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EKLY EXPOSITOR JAS.A.MENZIES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. Price: $1.00 per Year. Vol. XIII, No. 19. We NOW FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN, Not to elect Hartsuff but Snover. And now another more important matter to be settled which should interest every body: "Where shall I Clothe my Family this Fall? Who will give me the Best Value for my money?" Is it not policy to buy good, honest poods in preference to shoddy goods when you can buy them for the same price? Buy at the "Old Re able Where you will find the Largest Stock to choose from and the lowest prices ever offered the people. You can "Shoe your Family" with us. fiet good honest goods and save money. "We buy direct from the Factory, therefore you have but one profit to pay. Dry Goods Department Is now full with all the latest things in Dress lood3 and Notions. Call and inspect our stock. No trouble to show goods. Thanking you tor past favors, we remain yours, trscioTJs to uplzz.a.sz:, H OLDEN & McMffi. REMOVED ! "We have rented and remodeled the old McKeith Store in the McKenna Block and are now prepared to meet all of our old customers at the new stand. We are now making a specialty of QCHOOL BOOKS School And invite your early inspection as we village, in WALL PAPER We are showing very pretty designs at the lowest possible prices. A cordial invitation is extended to all to visit us at our new store mm block. p. w. DOELLE. CUTLERY HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES and RANGES, F.H.GW&CO.,YALE. Store ! AITS supplies. carry the only complete line in the m ENDLESS VARIETY. YALE BANK OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000. Deposit your Money where il is safe, fi per cent interest on Tlm OitltU-atcSol Deposit. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDle and Their Friends. John I). Jones was in Tort Huron Wednesday. Frank (lillain has been home the pat week on a visit. John Mitchell, of Fremont, is attend ing the State Fair at Detroit. Mrs. Frank (Jilliim is visiting her father and brothers in Detroit. 1). 15. McXair and wife took tho train for Detroit Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. IJeechcr have been in Sanilac Centre this week. Henry C. Maloney, of Midland visit ed relatives and friends in Yale over Sunday. Henry (tough, of Mayville, has been in Yale this week on" a visit to his brother. Harry II. Ilolden, of North F.ranch has been in Yale this week visiting friends. Frank Whipple, of Port Huron, was in Yalo Saturday evening on legal business. Lela ttrown, of Peck, was calling on Mrs. Slight and others in Yalo on Monday. May and Joe I-avallo started Thurs day morning for Detroit to attend the State Fair. Essie Thorley, of Fremont, is spend ing the week with her sister, Mrs. L. (i. McDonald. C. 11. Ilolden is taking charge of the Urowni'ity bank during the absence of Mr. Benedict. W. If. llallcntine was at 1'ort Huron and Ixetroit this week buying goods for his new store. William T. Smith, of Sanilac, visited his sister, Mrs. I,. Clarke, the latter part of last week. Uertha Cameron has returned to Marine City where she will teach again in the Youngs' district. Mrs. J. A. Menzies and daughter Alison are in Amherstburg, Ont., this week visiting relatives. A. W. Ferguson attended the con gressional convention at Port Huron Tuesday as a delegate. Mrs. Thomas Cavanagh and daught er, of Lynn, were visiting Mrs. Slight in Yaleon Tuesday last Walter Edgerton, of Almont, visited his uncle., llev. L. Clarke, and other friends in Yale this week. Lincoln Avery, attorney, of Port Huron, was hre Friday attending the case betww.it Wilt and Kuves. Thomas Jieadle, Mrs. Stephen IJeadle and Mrs. Henry Steenburg wero in Port Huron Monday attending Probate court. Maggie and Maizie Minnifie returned to their home in Sarnia Saturday ac companied by Carrie Clarke who will visit them for a time. William Hienmiller and wife, J. C. Levengood and wife and Ira Oatman and wife enjoyed a pleasant day at Iilack liiver last Sunday. Charles Williams, of Yale tent, I?y ron Hall, of May tent, and Charles Adams, of Lynn tent, are delegates to great camp, KOTM, at Lansing this week. Joe Wogan and wife, of Windsor, Ont., have been visiting the family of Joseph Middleton this week. 5lrs. Wogan is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Middleton. George Mallory, of Kimball town ship, called at the Expositor office on Wednesday. Mr. Mallory is a candi date for nomination for sheriff on the republican ticket. Ira Oatman and wife, of St. Paul. Minn., have been guests of Samuel Levagood, in Greenwood the past week. They came from Duluth to Port Huron on the largo steamer Northwest. Stephen Moore, of Fort (Jratiot town ship and E. 11. Thatcher, of Marine City, candidates for nomination for treasurer on the Kepublican ticket were in Yale Tuesday looking after delegates. Emma Moore, who for some time Fast has been dressmaking with Miss layes, left Wednesday morning for Avoca where she will work for Mis9 Turner. Miss Moore will be greatly missed by her many young friends. Notice. Notice is hereby given that a certain promissory note dated the 21st day of June, 181)4, eigned by J. H. Teller and F. II. (iibbs and made payable at the Commercial l'.ank in Marlette, Mich., on the 1st day of October, 18!4, to 11. J. Dagg for tho sum of Twenty Dollars, will not be paid by the makers of said note as there has been no value receiv ed for the same and all persons are hereby warned not to purchase the same as the makers will refuse to pay the same. J. II. Teller, 18-4 F. II. (Jibbs. All Free. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and those who hare not, have now the op portunity to try it Tree. Call on the advertised Druggist and get a Trial Uottle, Tree. Send your name and address to II. K. Bucklen & Co. Chi cago, and get a sample box or Dr. King's New Life Tills, Free,- as well as a copy of Guide to Health and House hold Instructor, Tree. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing. Urant Ilolden & llro's. Drugstore. YALE FAIR AND RACES. Will Be a Success if the People Will Only Make an Effort. To tho people of this village and sur rounding country is the responsibility resting as regards the success of our local fair to be held in this village September 2-j, - and '27. The officers of the society have made calculations and arrangements this year for one of the best fairs in the history of the as sociation. They have offered large )remiunis ami purses that ought to iring out a good displny of farm stock and products. They have also made arrangements whereby the amusements and attractions will bring out the peo ple in attendance. Prof. Elliott, of Jackson, Mich., during the fair will make a balloon ascension in his great air ship with a daring parachute drop, and the Driving Club have charge of the races on the last day of the fair, and you can look for some hotly con tested racing. Now it rests with the people at large to make the fair exhibit a thorough success. Let every farmer, every mer chant, every business man, every woman and 'child bring something to tho fair this year and make it one of the best yet. Michigan Crop Report. Landing, September S, 1894. The average rainfall in the state in August did not exceed threefourths of an inch, or two inches less than the us ual amount in this month. In July there was a deficiency of one and threefourths inches. There was a very light rain, throughout the State, gen eral July 20, but none from that date to the lirst of September. With a drouth thus practically unbroken dur ing tho two principal crop growing months of July and August, it is not difficult to estimate the condition of crops. They are dried up. Corn, po tatoes, and the garden truck nre dam aged beyond recovery, tho yield will be but a small per cent of an average, and pastures ntt'ord but little or no feed for stock. The fact that in a few localities rain has been slightly more abundant and crops are somewhat bet ter, docs not disprove the general statement. There is little doubt that wheat will be largely fed to stock the coming winter. We hope to have estimates of the proportion of the crop. Our country miller writes us that he has already ground fifteen hundred bushels for feed. Threshers returns of mure than 03,000 acres of wheat threshed, secured by correspondents, show that the average yield rer acre in the State is 16.65 bush els. The average in the southern coun ties is 16.78 bushels, in the central 1CJ0 bushels, and in the northern i:?.9o bu. The total number of bushels of wheat reported marketed by farmers since the August report was published is t).V2,SO:5. Of this amount 504,680 bu shels were marketed before August 1, but not renorted until late in August, and 648,12: bushels were marketed in August. The total amount reported marketed in the twelve months ending with July, which is the wheat year for Michigan, is 15,4"0,'.)5S bushels. The amount of wheat reported mark eted since the August report was pub lished, D52.803 bushels, is 296,066 bush els less than reported for the same time in WXl. Washington Gardner, Secretary of State. Teachers' Examination. There will only be one more exami nation this fall ; it will be held in Port Huron high school Friday and Satur day Sept. 28 and 29. The examination will commence Friday at 1 o'clock, p. ni. local time. Come prepared with pens, penhold ers, pencils, knives, &c, asyou will not be allowed to borrow from your neigh bor, and thus avoid confusion and in terruption and prevent any excuses for communication. R. II. Fairman, Com. Fair and Race Dates. Yale, fair and races, Sept. 25th, 26th and 27th. Croswell, fair and races, September 19, 20, 21 and 22. Sanilac County Fair at Lexington, October 4, 5, and 6. Capac fair and races, Oct. 2, 3 and 4. Carsonville races, Sept. 13 and 14. Romeo fair, Oct. 10, 11 and 12. State fair, Detroit, Sept. 10 to 21 in clusive. Cass City fair, Sept. 25, 26, 27 and 28. North liranch fair, Oct. 3, 4 and 5. Lapeer fair, Sept. 26, 27 and 28. Oucklen'a Arnica Salve. TnE Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Tiles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give Perfect satisfaction or money refunded, 'or Sale by Grant Ilolden & JJro. Farm to Rent. Located in the township of Speaker, Sanilac County, 2 miles north and 1) miles of Yale, containing 120 acres, 100 acres under good cultivation, 20 acres pasture, good buildings, plenty of water, and good bearing orchard of choice fruit. For full particulars and terms, call at the farm or address, S. E. Ilolcomb, Yale, Mich. Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best place to go for a cheap home, either cleared or woodland, uood chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up this particular location, located between the York and the James rivers and alout 40 miles from Newport News, Southampton, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk, one of tho lincst harbors on the Atlantic coast, write or call on J. R. Francis, Rox 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf FERGUSON & CO STILL AMONG YOU find doing business in a fair ami concise w nj that seems to win. VE ARE OUT WITH SOME PRICES FOR FALL TRADE. TvuTovLlair Ijantcms 25c. XIo-u.seli.olca. "Wringers $1.50. These are tiro leaders and will soon be closed. Our Is as varied and complete Heating and Cook That Make Look Out For No. I I It's to Your Own Interests TO DRY GOODS, FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, FINE SHOES, CROCKERY Of us. Ours are all the latest and prettiest styles, liest quality at prices that are right. Give us a call. Lothian & Beard, GENERAL DEALERS. YALE, MICH. 41P0IWTS IN WHICH tw WE EXCEL ! Reliability, Promptitude, Qual ity of Hoods and Economy. Bring us your FAMILY RECEIPTS and PRESCRIPTIONS As we give especial care in their Compounding. 1 cKENNA & LENNON Leading Druggists. YALE, - MICH. GRAHAM'S Photo Studio, First Door South of Bank, MICH. Cabinets, neit 30 Days, $2.00 per doz. Only First-Class work guaranteed. Views of Dwellings taken to Order. COME AT ONCE I Stove Stock as any person can ask. Stoves at Prices Them Sell. That's what we're doing in a measure. Frankly, we don't sell "(ioods at cost." We try to clear something on every sale but we make the profit as small as we can. BUY YOUR CONVINCING PRICES! Our Leader THIS WEEK. 50,000 yds. Good. Heavy, All Wool Carpets, New Patterns, Beautiful Styles at 53 cents per yard. EW Inducements, EW Attractions JSJEW Prices. Be with us this season. J. A. DAYIDSON & CO., 903 and 907 Military st. Port Huron, Mich. DRAPERIES, Wall Paper, Crockery. At Meal Times You always want a piece of Meat that is TENDER AND SWEET. Long experience has made us ex pert Judjjes of Meat, and we will give you points on how to pick out a (rood piece. Meet us at oar block tvJien in need of Meat, Holden Bros., Props.'