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XPOSITOR
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JAS. A. MENZIES, Publisher. 1 the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Vol. XII, No. 35. YALE, St. Olair County, Mich., FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1894. Price: $1.00 per Year.
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-STILE ERISTIC
OF D. R. NOBLE,
3
RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000.
1 Return Gifts
Deposit your Money wliere It Is safe, ft per
cent Interest on Tiin Certificates of Deposit.
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
Fa Harness
Caslrfroto!
$17 TO $21
3
y
Every purchaser of S3.00 worth of (ioods at our Store will
be presented with a
Broom and Dust Pan
This is a novelty and something that is used by everybody
It costs you nothing. We oiler it as an induce
ment to trade with us where you will
get full value for your money.
All goods marked in plain figures.
You can save money on every
tair of Boots and Shoes
you buy from us.
Good Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries at
the usual low prices.
SALE TO COMMENCE
Saturday, Oct 28
AND CONTINUE UNTIL
DUST PANS ARE GONE.
Call arid. See TTa.
AN AWFUL
disease, which really has its origin in a disordered stomach,
and cannot make headway if the digestive organs are in
full operation, often becomes a fearful epidemic; and
henee, there is played on the world's stage, with Condition
Powders and Medical preparations acting an important
part, a
TRAGEDY !
indeed awful, carrying away in its bloodhound rapacity the
most valuable horses and cattle. m. sweeping in a single
stroke the well-to-do farmer, dnirinan and horse owner
into financial embarrassment.
A MAN
cannot catch cold if his system is In good shape, and so
likewise horses and cattle will be free from disease if their
food-dissolving apparatus is in the best
OF
condition. ' An ounce of preventation is worth a pound
of cure," hence a bag of Stock Food is worth sixteen pack
ages of medicine. A small quantity of the
ROYAL
Stock Food, costing only a few cents a pound, fed daily,
will so keep your horses and cattle that there will be bright
eyes and slick coats, energy and activity among your
horses, and plenty of good milk and good calves from your
cows. There will also be good
BLOOD
in your hoccs, hence the meat will be bweet and juicy,
cholera being unknown among them. A wise man always
GIVES
that which has a good reputation and costs almost nothing
a trial, if by the success of such articles good results will
be obtained. On the other side with but
THE STROKE
or so of the pen we will tell how the Famous Royal Stock
Food is used and what for.
Francis & Mapes,
Yale, Mich.
GOERS AND COMERS.
Personal Paragraphs About Yale
People and Their Friends.
Julia Grinnell went to Fort Huron
on Thursday.
Phil Doelle was in Brown City Tues
day on business.
Thomas Wharton has been at Aina-
dore the past week.
Chas. Montney vas in Memphis on
business tins week.
William Ilapley, of Strathroy, Ont.,
is in laie tins week.
Mrs. E. II. Drake is visiting relatives
ana tnenus in laie.
John Smith, of Romeo, was in Yale
on business this week.
Clarence Ilolden was in Drown City
this week on business.
P. It. Noble visited his family in
Detroit New Year's day.
F. L. (iilbert, of Melyin, called on
friends in lale last week.
Phoebe Roy wa9 at her home in
capac during the holidays.
Ed Michaels, of Brown City, visited
relatives in lale this week.
Del Waldorph and wife made friends
in j-apeer a visit last week.
Will Zavits lias been in Sanilac Cen
tre this week visiting friends.
(Jrant Ilolden and wife took New
1 ear's dinner at Brown City.
George E. Thomas, of Avoca, called
on us while in lale Tuesday.
William McConncll and family have
returned to aie lroni Lapac.
A. E. Jackson, of Detroit, is at his
home m a!e visiting his family.
George Black, of Omard, visited
relatives in lale New 1 ear's day.
Martin J. Bourke. of Brockway
niaae us a inenuiy can on l uesday.
Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Isaac Menerey
spent theday in Port Huron, Thursday.
L. M. Vincent, of Port Huron, vis
ited J. E. Vincent and wife last week.
Mrs. E. F. Pratt and Mrs. S. W. Fox
visited friends in Brown City this week.
Aaron Windsor visited relatives and
friends in Brown City New Year's day.
Maud Grinnell lias been spending
ner vacation among Kichmonu Iriends,
C. 11. Ilolden, wife, and son Shirlev
wont to Detroit on Monday to visit
relatives.
Mrs. Benjamin Dennis, of South
Lyon, Ont., is the guest of E. S. Black
and wife.
Nellie and Bose Hcbner and Almyra
Wilson visited among friends in Melvin
last week.
Mrs. Jos. Cavanagh left Yale this
week Tuesday for a visit among friends
in Canada.
J. A. llapley, of Brown City, visited
his parents and friends in Yale New
Year's day.
Will H. Wear returned Wednesday
evening from a visit to friends in
Roscommon.
Editor Howse, of the Bannor, Brown
City, called at this office while in Yale
Saturday last.
Thomas Brown, of Shabbona, has
been visiting relatives and friends in
Yale this week.
Ella and Sate Cady, of Port Huron,
were guests of Mrs. J. A. Menzies on
New Year's day.
Louis Davis and wife, of Richmond,
were guests of Harvey Tappan and
family this week.
Orville Snyder, of Bay City, visited
his mother in Yale this week. He will
leave soon for Colorado.
Charles Malloy, of Marion, Ohio,
have been spend mg the holidays with
M. Fitzgerald and family.
William Paton and family, of AN
mont, were guests of A. W. Ferguson
and family the past week.
Hugh McLean and wife and John
McLean, of Sanilac Centre, visited
among relatives in Yale la6t week.
Mrs. Harriet A. Granger is visiting
her daughter Mrs. J. A. Menzies alter
a few months residence in Armada.
Mr. and Mrs. Jackman and son from
Toronto, Ont., were the guests of Mrs.
Bonnard mid daughter during the holi
days. Albert Blashill was at Owosso Christ
mas. We understand he was married
to ono of Flint's fair daughters during
his absence.
John D. Grinnell, of Port Huron,
was in Yale Wednesday attending the
meeting of tho Washington Land and
Improvement Co., of Yale.
John C. F. Dohrman, of Lynn, call
ed in to see us on Wednesday. John
is just recovering from a paralytic
stroke and has been laid up for some
w eeks. Wo are glad to see him out
again.
Kipans Tahules euro headache.
Guaranteed Cure.
"We authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds.
upon this condition. If you are atllict-
ed with a Cough, Cold or any Lung,
Throat or Chest trouble, and will itee
this remedy as directed, giving it a
fair trial, and experience no benefit,
you may return the bottle and have
your money refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints. Trial
bottles free at Grant Ilolden A Dro.'g
drugstore. Large size 60c. and 81.00.
Wallace
-ITT-
YALE,
MICH.
j1u(
JANUARY
rii
Now IS The Ti me, and
J. A. DAVIDSON SCO'S.
Is The Place
to purchase whatever you need for
present or future use.
Everything Must Be Sold !
Everything Goes Below Value!
Prices have been reduced to make
goods move, cost is no consideration
to clear the stock ot
Carp3t3, Curtains,
Wall Paper, S3n.ad.cs,
Croclccry,
Orlass-wara, ZLiamps, 2Ztc.
In fact every article in our store at a
discount for Cash during the month.
J. A. Davidson & Co.,
'.05 and W7 Military st.
Port Huron, Mich.
YlH-NISTKATOi: SAI.KnF 1! K A . KSTATK
state of Michigan, County of St. Clair ss
In the matter of the Cstato of Andrew Paisley
dewnvtl.
Notice Is hereby iclven. that in pursuance and
by virtue of an order urantel to the nntlcrsiKH
ed, as Administrator of the estate of said An
drew Paisley by the Hon. John I.. I'.iark. .Indue
of Probate in and for said county, on die i:itli
day of November A, 1). l:t, there will lie sold
at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the
premises In the township of llrockway In said
enmity, on Tuesday the th day of .lamiarv A. I.
1W4. at two o'clock In the afternoon of said dav
all the riuht, title, and interest of Maid Andrew
Paisley deceased In and to the following describ-
ed lands and premises, situated In the township
of llrockway, county of St. Clair, atate of Michi
gan, to-wlt: The west half of the north-west
quarter of section twenty-four town el'lit i)
north, ranpe fourteen (14) east.
uaicu, oveiniH"r i.t, a. if. ik:m.
'.'8-6 KOnEItT lltVINU. Administrator
of the Estate of Andrew Paisley deceased
THE MARKETS.
Wheat- GRAINS.
No. 2 red, perbu..SO (v.iOats. perbu..0 27-0 29
No. 1 white .t6!HitY.bled.ier ton. to on
Spring no! Peas, per bu. .. K to 65
Iiarley ... .5 .win l Uil'lover Seed, prime, 5 00
vkoetam.es and fruits.
Appier), perbu SO o Onions, per bu....?l no
roiaiocs, per uu... i auDaKe.per uoz.. r0
POULTRY AND MEATS.
Chlckens.nld.per ff$0 0"Pork, per cwt 5 no
Chickens, sprlnp. .. on Veul.pr cwt, 00
neel.per cwt .1 onto 5 2", Ijtmn, per cwt.... 7 oo
juuuon, er cwt, oo.
DAIRY PRODUCE.
Nutter, best, per Ih.Sti 22! Honey, per tt $0 14
f-iCKH, per uoz yn.cneese, per E 15
Ply
an
IVa still hare quite
sort men t of useful articles suit
able for Return. Gifts or New
Year's Presents. We will he.
pleased to show you these goods
y among which uou
will
many nor el ties in
Silk Mufflers
Fine Handkerchiefs
Natty Neckwear
Fancy Facinators
Tasty Towels
Nobby Novelties
it
m
III
find g?J
5 0
0
V
Hoping if oh all had lots of
Ch ri stm as 77 rkey with plen ty of
the usual trimmings, we wish.
yon all the joys of the season
j (t 11 d win in you rs for trade.
F. T. PALMER & CO.
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"k -4CT vc-fc -spk ks. vk rrtk-v.
A Standing invitation -
TO VISIT
A. W. FERGUSON & CO'S.
TO SEE THE
HARDWARE STORE
BEST GOODS For the Money.
Tlie best assortment to select from and at prices that defy competition. If
you win can we win snow you me uest
Coal and Wood Heater
Our stock is large and to reduce our stock which was well bought we will give
you some bar trains on the Cash IJasis.
SHELF AND BUILDERS' HAKDWAKE.
TIN, COPPER AND IKON-WARE.
POWDER, SHOT AND SHELLS
FERGUSOW & CO
"After the Fair"
Yes, after the fair weather you will need your feet protected from the
cold and wet. Those P. W. MINOR & SONS' SHOES that have become a
standard in our trade are here and ready for inspection. Ask for our Solid
Comfort Shoe. Our boot sale has been a success. We sold them cheap. New
Stock was to take their place.
Don't forget that we arc in the Clothing Business and,
selling Suits and- Overcoats at Bed Jtock prices
Storm Coats for $10.00.
Of Course You Need Heavier Underwear !
(let our prices on All-Wool Suits for Ladies and (Jentlemen.
A Complete Stock of Fresh Groceries.
With a desire to serve you,
J. EX. McKeith,
TALE,

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