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EXPOSITOR
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JAS. A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Vol. XII, No. 36. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1894. Price: $1.00 per Year.
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Caslrfroduce!
Every purchaser of S3.00 worth of (Joods at our Store will
be presented with a
Broom and Dust Pan
This is u novelty and something that is used by everybody
It costs you nothing. We offer 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
raair of Boots and Shoes
you buy from us.
Good Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries at
the usual low prices.
SALE TO COMMENCE
AND CONTINUE UNTIL
DUST PANS ARE GONE.
Saturn im
Can cxicl Sco T7s.
r HftTRFN
B
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 plaved on the world's stage, with Condition
Powders and Medical preparations acting an important
part, a
TRAGEDY !
indeed awful, carrying away in its l' lhound rapacity the
most valuable horses and cattle, sn.. sweeping in a single
stroke the well-to-do farmer, diiryuun 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 dally,
will so keen 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 hours, hence the meat will be uweet 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 bv 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.
OF B. R. NOBLE,
RESPONSIBILITY, $103,000.
Deposit your Monpy where It Is safe, finer
cent Interest nu Tim OrtitU:ite8 ot Ieoslt.
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
GOERS AND COMERS.
Personal Paragraphs About Yale
People and Their Friends.
Thomas Holden wmh in Port Huron
on Thursday.
Andrew Paisley, of lirown City, was
in Yale lust week.
lienjamin Evan visited his son at
(i lad win last week.
Thomas Hickey was in Port Huron
Friday last on business.
John Xewell, of Port Huron, was in
Yalo the. tirst of the week.
Harvey Tapnan had legal business
in Port Huron Wednesday.
Asa Sharp and family are on a visit
to relatives and friends at Shurpsville.
Frank Landro, of Port Huron, was
in YaleThursday calling on old friends.
Kdward Johnson, of Cincinnati, O..
is hre visiting ins father and friends,
Nora O'Neill, of Ilurgcsyille. Out., is
the guest of her hister Mrs. A. Springer.
Mrs. I,. I). Hallock, of Detroit, is
visiting John Hallock and family this
week.
Kdward Xewell, of Saginaw, was in
Yale this week shaking hands with old
friends.
Prof. K. O. Kvans, of Detroit, made
the KxrosiTou a pleasunt visit on
Tuesday.
John (.). Lewis, of Marmictte, visited
with K. M. Lothian and family the
past week.
Cyrus Kobinson, of Port Huron, has
been in Yale this week looking after
his property.
Levi Morrill, of Kilmaster, visited
friends in Yale and (Srccnwood since
last Thursday.
Charles F. Finery took Albert Mo
fiill to the Detroit House of Correc
tion last Monday.
Louisa Hoy returned to her home in
Capac last Saturday after a pleasant
vivit with her sister. "
H. II. Holden and family, of Hay
City, have been visiting relatives anil
frit-mis in Yale XhU week.
Mrs. Laugiiead, of Sarnia
been visiting her daughter
Holden in Yale thi- week.
Fletcher Newstod left with A. Al
ward Monday evening and will re
main this winter cutting cord woo:!.
Mrs. Anders )n, of Chatham, Out., is
in Yalo on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mr. T. H. Shaw, ami oilier friends.
William Kapley returned to his home
in Strathrov, Out., Saturday after a
pleasant visit with his brother Thomas.
Thomas Hrown returned to Shabbona
on Saturday, lie purchased a new
harness from James Wallace before
leaving.
Charles Perkins returned to his
school at Jeddo Monday morning after
spending the holidays with his parents
ami friends here.
Andrew Alward was home last week
from Yuma, Mich., visiting his family.
He went back Monday evening to re
main there all winter.
A. M. Francis after a nleasant vaca
tion among friends and reiatiyes in
Yale returned Saturday to hi studies
in the Detroit Medical College.
Charles Itradshaw, Klmer Moore.
Loren Hates and Hert Schram attended
pharmaceutical examination at Sagi
naw Tuesday and Wednesday.
Hertha Cameron returned last week
Monday to her school work in the
Cook district, China township, after a
visit with her parents and friends in
Yale.
, Out., has
Mrs. John
The Way It Works.
The merchant was rather blue, and
his wife, noticing it, asked what the
matter was.
"Matter enough," he sighed. "I've
been looking over my books and I rind
I've, lost money every month for the
last year."
"How did you lose it?" she inquired.
"Oh, I don't know," he said wearily,
shaking his head.
'Nor where ?"
"No."
Then she thought a minute and re
membered what she did when she lost
her pocketbook, and her face bright
ened. "Why don't you advertise for it?"
she asked, innocently.
"Hy (ieorge," he exclamed, "I never
thought of that," and he next day
he had a big display ad, in the paper,
and the next and the next, und in
three months' time he was in clover
up to his chin.
A Household Treasure,
D. "W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in the house and his
family has always found the very best
results follow its use; that he would not
be without, if procurable. (I. A Dyke
man Druggist, Catskill. X. Y., says that
Dr. King's Xew Discovery is undoub
tedly the best Cough remedy; that ho
has used it in his family for eight
years, and it has never failed to do all
that is claimed for it. Whynot try a
remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
bottles free at (J rant Holden & Rro's.
drugstore. Regular size 50c. and 31.00,
English Spavin Liniment removes
all Hard, Soft orCallouped Lumps and
Blemishes from horses. Mood Spavins,
Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, King-Hone,
Stirles, Sprains, all Swollen Throats,
Coughs etc. Save $V) by use of one
bottle. Warranted the most wonder
ful Hlemish Cure ever known. Sold by
Grant Holden A lire. Yale, Mich.
$17 TO $21
Wa ar.fi s.
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Our Policy
For 1 894.
fl S We're bound to please.
m j ust, xaKe your ease
lU On t
that Score, s
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JANUARY
ClearinfiSale !
We'll make to all.
Both great and small
The Same Pric
g We'll treat you well,
ft So you will tell
Now IS The Ti me, and
J. A. DAVIDSON & CO'S.
Is The Place
to purchase whatever you need for
present or future use.
Everything Most Be Sold !
Everything Goes Below Yaliie!
Prices have been red need to make
goods move, cost ia no consideration
to clear the stock ot
Ccirpct3. Cvurtalrvs,
"Tcill Paper, Slia3.es,
Orsclxcr3r,
a-laes-ware, Ijaaips, Htc.
In fact every article in our store at a
discount for Cash during the month.
J. A. Davidson & Co.,
!K)3 and 'Ml Military st
Port Huron, Mich.
I Your Neighbor. S
g Top of the heap, gg
U In Our Lines. U
51 Our goods will be.
(ft The best you'll see
In a
Stew
Your wife w ill be if you
fail to call at our shop and
secure a nice turkey, duck,
or goose for Thanksgiving
Dinner. We will have a
complete line to select
from, at lowest price.
Meet us at our block when
in need of Meat. ,
YALE MEAT MARKET,
Holden Bros., Props.
Money to Loan.
Six hundred dollars on good im
proved farm for four or live years.
Apply to John W. Heed, Yale Mich.
"BLACKFORD & SON,"
- M:CIZ.,
Are prepared to contract for nil kinds of Mason
ry In any part of Michigan.
S3tlxn.aits a-Lrrxx fro.
Mason-work Such an Hrlck-liiytnjf, Ston'-l;iylnj(
and I'UMcriiix done on short notice and ut reas
onable llgurt's. S'.'ml
Anywhere.
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Are you with us ?
F. T. PALMER k CO.
A Standing Invitation
ft
TO VISIT
A. W. FERGUSON & CO'S.
TO SEE THE
HARDWARE STORE
BEST GOODS For the Money.
The best .assortment to select from and at prices that defy competitu n. If
you will call we will show you the best
Coal and Wood Heater
Our stock is large and to reduce our stock which was well bought wc will give
vou some bargains on the Cash Jlasis.
SHELF AND MULDERS' HARDWARE.
TIN, COPPER AND IRON-WARE,
I'OWDER, SHOT AND SHELLS
FERGUSON & CO.
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piTWEAR
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"After the Fair"
Yes, after the fair weather you will need your feet protected from the
cold and wet. Those 1'. 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 are in the (J lot hi n g lu si n ess and
selling Suits and Overcoats at Bed llock prices.
Storm Coats for $10.00.
Of Coarse You Need Heavier Underwear !
(Jet our prices on All-Wool Suits for Ladies and (lentlemen.
A Complete Stock of Fresh Groceries.
With a desire to serve you,
J. XX McKeith,
MICH
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