1 have just iucreasetl my stock to a full lino of
Ready-made Clothing !
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Packs,
Overshoes, Heavy Woolen Underwear for
Ladies and Gents. Blankets, Quilts,
Horse Blankets, Etc.
Misses and Girls' Cloaks !
Warm Headgear of all descriptions. My llrocery stock has also
increased to a New and Fresh stock of everything in demand.
More Sugar for $1.00 Than Any Other Store in the Country.
1 Ilia frrnnuhitpri Kntynr ; 81.00
24 " ' light brown sugar
7 " rolled oats 5?
4 " crackers 2
7 bars soap r?
5 gal. Water White oil ?
20 lb, pail pure currant jelly
Davidson's best familv Hour, $3.50 per barrel. A good suit of warm winter
clothing worth 812 for 87.50. A good ulster overcoat worth 812 tor S7.50.
Hoys suits and overcoats away down. A special sale 011 ladies and girls fur
capes and cloaks. .
It will pay vou to drive to my store if you intend purchasing.
15est heavy "Ilnron Candeo rubber 81.38.
Dutch Socks 50c, 75c, and $1.00.
I warrant ray 25 cent Tea to be
Nails, Files and a full line of Tinware.
down to Hard Times Frices. I have just received from 13uiTalo a $23.00
Counter Scales 10 ounces to the pound, and Fair, Honest Dealing is
my Motto. I have leased this property for a number of years. I came
here to stay and do business. I am paying the Highest Trice for Eggs
and Gilt-edge Uutter. My system of doing business is SPOT CASH.
Call and be convinced.
Call and Sec Ifcve.
The rariacr's IT'rieaa.d..
City Marble and
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets,
Headstones, Mantles, Grates, Tiles, and Cut Building Stone.
13uying direct from Quarries, in large
customers the lowest possible prices consistent with first-clasi workmanship and
the best material. Before placing your orders with other dealers it will pay you
to inspect our work and prices.
riease remember, our new salesrooms
Street west, opposite the Baptist cnurcn,
X. B. MAIILON BEAIISS. Yale.
orders placed with him will have our prompt attention.
Bed Room, Parlor, Sitting Room and Dining
Are Handsomer and Cheaper than ever
FOIST HTTI301T, HIOH..
IThat it the condition of yourtf It your hair dry, har$h,
brittle? Doet it tpltt at the ends? Hat it a llfelett appearance t
Doet it fall exit when combed or bruehedf It it full cf dandruff?
Doet your tealp itch f It it dry or in a heated condition t Ifthett
art tome of your tymptotnt bo warned in time or you wilt become
C SKQOlCUr.l ROOT HAIR GROWER
to treat them, "ftbookum " contain neither mineral nor oils,
delightfully cooling and refreshing Tonic. Br atimulatlng the follicles, it $tupe
ailing hrrir, ruret dandruff and
Kern the acalD Clean,
of hkookum Sinn, Soap, It destroys paratUio inttets, nMoK4d on and tfattroy
If your drairrlit cannot
paid, on receipt of price
jar a for 12.SU.
57 South Fifth Ave,
FvT il i fl rfr 1
the Best for that money sold.
Everything in my stock is knocked
- - MICH.
J. B. STEYENS, Y.S.
Toron to Ytteinay College.
Calls promptly attended night
Office in Building opposite Com
lots, we are in a position to give our
and factory are now located on Cutler
Mien., is our authorized agent. All
la tint an accident, but the remit of totenttfle r-
of the bair and ecalp led to tbe dlfCOTery of how
itia no iDie, Dili
grou-$ hair onoala head.
healthy and frea from Irritating eruptions, by the Oie
supply Ton, send direct to , and w wilt forward
Urowsr, SL0O par bottle j for SAM. Soap, Mo. pec
New York, N. Y.
ELLIOTT. St. Clair Co., MICH.
Notary PuMb; if- Conveyancer.
Monrv to lonn on farm uropertv. Kates of
Interest, 7 and 8 per cent, iioeoiclint; to sizo of
I'artles Inlnglna abstracts will receive im
William Mulnyx, of Yale, was in
town last Saturday on business.
Arthur Smith returned home last
Sunday after a week's visit at Jactson.
T. S. Warren, of Capac. was in town
last Wednesday on very pleasant busi
ness. Menerva Stevens, of Almont, visited
with her parents and friends last week
returning home last Friday.
Quarterly meeting will be held at the
M. P. church January 12, 13 and 14 by
liev. L. Clark, of Yale. Everybody
cordially invited to attend.
The Christmas tree held at the M. P.
caurch last Tuesday night was a suc
cess. The program was excellent con
sidering the short time in getting it up.
On Friday, Daeember 29, the follow
ing officers were elected for the ensu
ing year by May tent, No. 477, K. O. T.
M.: Commander, Myron (J. Hall; lieut
Commander, Edward M. Ohmcr: record
keeper, George Mandeyille; finance
keeper. It. T. Willoughby; chaplain,
Clark D. Winn; physician, 1$. W. Man
deville; sargent, William Wait; master
at arms, Martin II. Colberg; 1st master
of guards, Charles F.Hall; 2d master
of guards, John S. Wait; sentinel,
Arthur Wye; picket, G. N. Williams.
William Hamilton is down with the
T. H. Mooro was in Yale on Satur
Wm. II. McKcnzie was in Yale on
John McKivo spent Xmas with his
best girl here.
Mary Clyne, of Blaine, ?pent Xmas
with friends here.
Thomas Kennedy, of Speaker, was
in the Burgh on Saturday.
Arthur Uarch spent Christmas with
his parents in Port Huron.
J. T. Scott spent Sunday with his
daughter Mrs. J. E. Swan.
Hoyt Vroman and W. Grant left for
the north woods tins week.
Maud Near, of Saginaw, is spending
her holidays with friends here.
John Mills, of London, Ont., spent
New Year's with friends in town.
W. Dramer, of Dansville, N.Y., spent
Sunday with A. rent and tamiiy.
John McDavsev. of Chieaero. sncnt
New icars with tnends in this place.
Henry Clark, of Greenwood, paid
the Burgh a business visit on Monday.
Hiel Dafoo and wife, of Croswell,
spent Sunday with friends at this
Constable Brown and Detective
Emery, of Yale, were in the yillage on
business last Saturday.
Kobert Sibbald returned home from
Toronto, Ont., on Saturday after
week's visit with friends there.
Berville wants a physician.
A band is being organized at St. Clair.
The measles are visiting St. Clair
Sand Beach has no less than 100
cases of the grippe.
Marlctte has a dog poisoner who is
now doing his work.
Allen Duffy, of Marlctte, lost two
fingers by his gun exploding.
Martin Bros, will put up a large cold
storage building at .Memphis.
A fire at Memphis partially destroy
ed the residence of Clark Ferguson.
There is talk of uniting the two
towns, Deckerville and Downington,
Coleman citizens aro now connected
with the outside world by telephone.
There wero fourteen prisoners con
fined in the county jail Saturday last.
It is proposed to organize a boxing
school and a dancing class at lmlay
William Y'oung, an old resident of
lmlay City, died last week, aged 80
Port Huron Odd Fellows are contem
plating the erection of a hall for their
Thieves entered Allen Appel's house
in Port Huron and stolo about $100
worth of jewelry.
E. II. Drake and family, formerly of
xale, have gone to Lewiston, Montmo
rency county, to reside.
The creamery at Cass City which has
not been running tor several years
will now do put in operation.
It is claimed that a Urge number of
counterfeit half dollars are in circula-
tion in and around Port Huron.
The front wall of the burned opera
house at Port Huron has been pulled
down, being considered unsafe.
Dwight Drumm, of near lmlay City
had four fingers and a thumb from one
nana cut on in a power leeu. cutter.
Ephraim Axtell and wife, old resi
dents of Macomb county, recently died
within 30 hours of each other from
etlects of lagrippe.
The burning of the Opera houso at
l'ort Huron recently caused a loss of
$18,000 on the building with other
losses estimated at $4,000.
The new Presbyterian church at San
ilac Centre is a maryel of beauty and
elegance. The dedication services
took place on Friday, Dec. 22nd.
John Waggoner", of Mooretown, six
teen years of age, was accidentally
shot and killed on Christmas day by
another, young man while out hunting.
The Christian Endeavor Societies of
Port Huron met recently with those of
St. Clair and organized a Union to be
known as the St. Clair County District
The Congregational church at Port
Huron, which lias had no pastor since
Dr. Koss dcid, have extended a call to
Kev. Thomas Chalmers, of Brooklyn,
Bert Furguson, a boy of 17 years, re
cently placed a plank on the track at
Attica "to see some fun." It was
fortunate that the wheels of the engine
cut the plank in two without doing
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W. E. DAVIS. (J. P. & T. A Chicago.
I) mean Dallv. X. Kxeent Sunday.
These ooninnnieH have the lowest rates to all
points Kast ami West selling HuoukIi tickets
over nil connecting lines In tho country; also
ocean .steamship tickets to and from Europe in
connection, w rue mo lor particulars.
('. It. CLAKKK, Pass, mid Ticket Airent,
UNKlN TICKKT OFFICK, Port Union.
316 Huron Ave., Phone 18, also at
Tunnel Station, Phone 251-3 ltins.
Default liavlnc been made In tho terms of n
certain inortiraue. dated the 12tli. day of Sen
tember, 1801, ana recorded in tne liecister oi
Deeds' oftlce, lor St. Clair county, Michigan,
on thctStli (lav of SenteinUer. 1 k;i . in litter. "i0 of
inortHHsjes on pai;e l.m at 3:;J t". m. executed iy
Win. V.(iriunell and Margaret .1. (irinnell, his
wife, of Yale, Mlcliluan, to ltalph It. Harris, of
Almont. Miciiluan, whereby tlie power of sale ol
said mortk'ae lias becomo operative and there
is claimed to be due at date hereof: the sum
of Six Hundred Llnhty Dollars and eighty two
cents ($iso.sj) of principal and Interest, and the
attorney fees of JO. And therefore notice Is
hereby uiven that said mortiraue will be fore
closed by the sale of the mortnased premises
at public auction, to the highest, bidder, at tne
front door of City Hall ol the city ol l'ort Huron
which Is the county court house of said county
and the place for holding the circuit court in sad
fonntv nf St. Clair, on the 'Jlith dav of .lanuarv
lS'.ilat 1 o'clock P. M, of that date to satish
the amount due on said mortgage, together witli
the said attorney fees. Interest to date of sale
and the costs of this foreclosure, no suit at law
or In equity having been Instituted to recover
said amounts. Said mortgaged prem Ises are
described as follows, as is miown iy said mol t
raw: All that certain niece or parcel of lam
situate In the village of Yale, t lit County of
St. Clair, Stale of Michigan, and described as
follows, to-wit : commencing at tne soutimesi
corner post, of section 11, town eight (8) north
raiiL'e fourteen (1 east, and running north
eighty (80) rods more or less, and from thence
running east sixteen ami one nun (it() rods
from thence running north nine (! rods; iron
thence running west sixteen and one half (IGl
rods; thence south nine (0) rods to place of
beginning, containing one acre more or less
Dated this 21th, day of October 1803.
KALPIl 1). HAKIMS,
IIAUVFY TAPI'AN, Mortgagee.
Att'y for Mortgagee. 25-13
Whereas default has been made In the pay
ment of the money secured by a mortgage liear
Ing date the twenty-eighth day of March In the
year one thousand eignt hundred and iiluetv
two, executed by (ieorge Tenny and Sarah fc
Tennv his wife of the township of Columbus,
county of Saint Clair and State of Michigan to
Daniel H. 1 torsett of the City of Jamestown and
State of New York, which said mortgage was
recorded In the ofllce of the Register of Deeds
of the county of St. Clair and State of Michigan
In Uber 62 of Mortgages on page 27 on the 4th
day of April in the vear one thousand eight
hundred and ninety-two at 8:10 o'clock A. M.;
and whereas the amount claimed to be due on
said mortgage at the date of tills notice Is the
sum of nineteen hundred and three dollars and
eighty-nine cents (1903.8U) of principal and In
terest and the further sum of thirty-rive dollars
(35.00) as an attorney fee stipulated for In said
mortgage and provided by statute which Is the
whole amount claimed to be due and unpaid on
said mortgage: and no suit or proceeding having
been Instituted at law to recover the debt now
remaining secured by said mortgage or any part
thereof whereby the jniwer of sale contained In
said mortgage lias become operative. Now,
therefore, notice Is hereby given that by virtue
nf said power of sale and in pursuance of the
statute in such case made and provided, the
said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the
remises therein described, at public auction to
lie highest bidder, at the Easterly front door of
the Court House In the city of Port Huron in
the County of 8L Clair on the twenty-seventh
(27) day of February next at ten o'clock In the
forenoon of that day which said premises are
described In said mortgage as follows, to-wit:
all that certain piece or parcel of land situate
and being in the township of Columbus In the
County of St. Clalr and State of Michigan and
described as follows, to-wit: tho South one-half
(1) of the North Fast quarter l) of Section Sev
enteen (17) of Town Five (5 North, Hange
Fifteen (15) Kast, containing Klghty ho) acres
more or less according to the Government sur
Armada, Mich., November 2t.h. 1803.
Administrator of the Kstate
of Daniel 11. 1 torsett deceased
Hf.rtC PitF.sTox, Mortgagee.
Att'y for Mortgagee.
I eWorld's Fair Photos for One Dime
The Chicago, Milwaukee & t. Paul
Kailway has made an arrangement with
a first-class publishing house to furnish
a pcries of beautiful World's Fair Pic
tures, of a large size, at the nominal
cost to the purchaser of only ten cent?
for a portfolio of sixteen illustrations.
Nothing so handsome in reference to
the World's Fair has before been pub
lished. The series would bo wnrth at
least twelve dollars if the pictures
were not published in such large
quantities, and we aro therefore able
to furnish these works of art for only
Kemit your money to (ieorgo II.
Ileatl'ord, General Passenger Agent,
Chicago, Milwaukee & Kt. Paul Jtail
way, at Chicago, III., and the pictures
will be sent promptly to any spocilied
address. They will make a handsomo
SliUVICF.S alternately at 10.30 o'clock a. in.
and 7.30 n. in. Kev. W. F. Perkins, pastor.
Sunday School at 2 p. in. A. (ioheeii, huiit.
SEKVICKS at 10.30 a. in. and 7.oo p.m. Kev.
.1. H. Harrison, pastor, residence on YVood
street in K, F. Iiw's house, Sabbath school at
12 Hi. C. C(xiper, Supt.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
AT A. C. CHAPF.I,. Services at 11 a. in.
Player meetings every Thursday eveulng
at 7 o'clock.
DR. BENJ. CLYNE.
JHYSICIAN, SUK(!F.ON & ACCOUCMKUK.
Ulllci! on Main street, first door south of Post
OHIce, Vale. Otllce hours from 12 to 2:.J0. Tues
days and Saturdays all day.
DR. WILL H. GOWAN.
HYSICIAN AND SUK(iF.()N. Otliee on
Main street. ui-stairs over Ferguson & Co's
Hardware. Residence on Main street, south of
the Kapley house. Olllce hours lo to 3 and U to
8:;K) daily, Sundays excepted.
specialties i reatmenx or tne
NOSE, THROAT and EAR.
DR. A. MITCHELL,
PHYSICIAN, SUlKl HON" and ACCOUCMKUK.
Special attention given to chronic diseases.
Office in Cliaiuoerlain block. Olllce hours: 10 to
u. m. and 1 to 3 P. m. Residence on Kcnncnc
street, first house north Michaels' hall, Yale,
MD. C. M. Trinity University, M. D. C. M.
Victoria University, Toronto, Out. otllce
and residence Main street opposite Dullle Itlock.
Otllce hours 1 to 4 p. in. daily.
DR. W. R. YUILL.
1 PHYSICIAN AND SUIKJKON. Oftlce unci
residence upstairs in the Docile Mock on
Main street. Olllce Iihuis Wednesdays and Sat
urdays from 9 a. in. to 4 1. m.
G- S. NEY, M. D.
27 Adams Avenue Kast. Telephone 3710.
Olllce hours: 8.30 a. in. to 11. no a. in. 1.30 p. in.
to 4.30 p. in. (.3) p. in. to 8.00 p. III.
A TTOKNKY and Counselor-at-Law. Pooms
J.Y in the llatilev block. Probate business
and collections promptly attended to.
AVERY BROS. & WALSH
OUNSKLOKS and Attornevs-at-Law. Stew
U art block. l'ort Huron. All legal business
given prompt attention
GEO. H. BROWN, D.D.S.
TTVENTAL IIOOMS. Opposite Post Office, Port
17 Huron. Latest modes ol operating, includ
ing bridge work or arlitlc.al teeth without plates.
GEO. W. BELL.
AUCTIONEKK, Yale. Ileal estate, personal
property or any kind of sales promptly at
tended to. Orders left at the Expositor ofllce
will receive prompt attention. Correspondence
W. W. LORD.
AUCTIONEKK. Peck, Mich., is prepared to
attend all kinds of sales on short notice and
at reasonable rates. Correspondence solicited.
orders sent either by mall or telephone to in,
Toal at Peck will be promptly attended to.
A(5ENEKAL INVITATION Is extended to
all to call and see me when in town, (iood
accommodations for commercial travelers and
farmers. A choice selection of wines, liquors
and cigars always on hand. Thomas Kapley,
HOTEL DE MARTIN.
OPPOSITE F. & P. M. DEPOT. We resoect-
KJ fully invite the farmers and traveling puln
lleln general to call and see us when in the
village. Meals, 25 cents. Ample stable accom
inodatlons. Reddicliffe St Zavitz, Yale
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.
TOKT HUKON. MICH.
I. O'Donnelly llros., Proprietors.
This house has lately been repaired and refurn
ished and Is as good' as new. It Is centrally lo
cated and the proprietor is prepared to furnish
first-class accommodations at reasonable rates.
TONSORIAL AKTI ST, Yale. If you want a
first class hair cut, shave, shampoo or sea
foam, don't fail to give him a call. Charges
F. A. A. M.
OCKWAi' LOI)(JE.No.31fi. Meets
Thursdays on or Defore full moon
t Masonic hall. Main street. Yale
,'lsiting brethren will receive a frater
nal welcome. Henry Pearce. W. M. .John
Wark, Secretary. K. H. Menerey, Treasurer
K. O. T. M.
TALK TENT. No. 80
I Kegular review every
1st and 3rd Tuesday even
ings at7.3o o'clock sharp,! n
their nan, i.utz hiock
Visiting Knights will be
royally received. Members
requested to attend reg
larly. James E. Lutz
Kecord Keeper. William
PEERLESS HIVE, 123 L. O.T. M.,
Meets the first and third Friday evening of
each month in Maccabee Hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
Jane Alward, K. K. Minnie Molden.Com.
I. O. O. F.
piaAiv, A HVanc
C i ivittj ciciuuK a
'iiAS' xnt ir nai1 cnaniDeriain block.
aie. jMcmners or tne oroer are
cordially invited to attend. K. F. Fead, N. (1.
Harmony Iodge. No. ic. D. of U., meets every al
ternate Wednesday. Mattie Vincent, N. o.
COLLEGE, Port Huron, Mich.
The best equipped Rusiness College In the West,
For circulars giving particulars, address
J. K. GOODIKH, President.
AGENTS WANTED ON SALARY
or commission, to handle the new Patent Chem
ical Ink Erasing Pencil. The quickest and
greatest selling novelty ever produced. Erases
Ink thoroughly In two seconds. No abrasion of
paer. Works like magic, 'jootosoo per cent
profit. One Agent's sales amounted to $fi20 In
six days. Another $.tj in two hours. Previous
experience not necessary. For terms and full
particulars, address, Tho Monroe Eraser Mf'g
1m Crosse. Wis.
Thk New York Iu.usthatfo Nkws will be
sent to any address In the United States or Can
ada for three months on receipt of one dollar.
Liberal discounts allowed to agents, postmast
ers and dubs. News agents can ncll this paper
freely, openly and above board. Sample copies
mailed free. Address
N'KW YoilK iLM'STIXATF.n NK.WS.
2.V2 It road way. New Y'ork City.
WJlITpn Salesmen, to sell our choice and
Il nil luu. barely nursery stock. Many Hcclal
varieties to offer both In fruits and ornamentals,
and controlled only by us. We pay commission
or salary, give exclusive territory ami pay week
ly. Write us -at once nod secure choice of
territory. MAY BROTHERS, Nursery
men, Uochester, N. Y.
Taste of "Royal Ruby Port Wine" and
you will know why we call It "Royal."
A glass held up to the light will show why
we call it Ruby. $300 reward for any
bottlo of this wine found under five years
old, or In any way adulterated, it is
grand in sickness and convalescence, or
where a strengthening cordial is required;
recommended by druggists and physi
cians. Be fure you get "Royal Ruby,"
don't let dealers impose on you with some
thing "just as good." Sold only in bottles;
price, quarts if, pints CO cts. Bottled by
Royal Wine Co. Bold by
(Jrant Holden A Uro.
Ripans Tabulcs euro constipation.
f E ARE HERE
Prepared to do Business.
BLASHILL, the Jeweler,
of lmlay City, has located in Yale and
may Uo tounu in the building with
Dr. Lathvop the dentist.
FIXE WATCH and CLOCK
repairing a specialty. All work guar
anteed to give satisfaction or
Shipped pure and unadulter
ated direct from the distillery.
Pronounced a pure and whole-
some tonic-stimulant by tne
medical fraternity everywhere.
Gives life, strength and happi
ness to the weak, sick, aged
If too cannot procure it of vour drueUt or
liquor dealers, upon receipt of (1.50 we will
express prepaid to any address a lull quart
sample bottle or Old Elk Itye or Dourbon.
STOLL, VANNATTA & CO., DISTILLERS,
Here's the Idea
Of the Non-pull-out Bow
The great watch saver. Saves the watch
from thieves and falls cannot be pulled off
the case costs nothing extra.
The bow has a groove
on each end. A collar
run down inaide the
pendant (stem) and
fita into the grooves,
firmly locking the
bow to the pendant,
ao that it cannot be
pulled or twisted off.
Can only be had with cases
stamped with this trade mark. V
Jxs. Boss Filled Watch Cases are
now fitted with this great bow (ring). They
look and wear like solid gold cases. Cost
only about half as much, and are guaranteed
for twenty years. Sold only through watch
dealers Remember the name
Keystone Watch Case Co.,
Ripans Tabules are com
pounded from a prescription
widely used by the best medi
cal authorities and are pre
sented in a form that is be
coming the fashion every
where. Ripans Tabules act gently
but promptly upon the liver,
stomach and intestines; cure
dyspepsia, habitual constipa
tion, offensive breath and head
ache. One tabule taken at the
first symptom of indigestion,
biliousness, dizziness, distress
after eating, or depression of
spirits, will surely and quickly
remove the whole difficulty.
Ripans Tabules may be od
tained of nearest druggist.
are easy to take,
quick to act, and
save many a doc
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