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Tha Best In St. Clair County. lust .! r i i ? t our ator ami you will bft eonviiM'f'l that we are in position to do hnsiiu'ss. And we do it on the square. We strive to handle notlnntr lut the best and sell at Hock I'uttom I'rices. Our Prescri ption Depart ment is most essential to us and sit on Id he lo if on. 1TV guara ntee sa.fisfaetion in this dejm rtntent both in fnali find price. Ueniemher we are here to stay and will not he iiii(i( l'-sohl. TRULY YOUR FRIEND. 6. Holden & Bro. Grand Bargain Demonstration And Immense Fall Opening AT IQEOPLE'S THE F OPULAR Thousands oi Dollars worth, of Xew Choice Clothing from the best Manufacturers in this country, I'rices as Low ;:s Spot Cash Could Uuy Them and the people that throng our store will he treated witii the greatest bar gain giving sale of the season. Nice Hew wen's All Wool Suits at $7.50 Worth $12 to $15. Our Children's Department. Our stock in this department is overflowing with liargains. We are ottering tine wool suits at j?2.o) worth I. We have an immense assortment of Children's Suits Double Seat and Knee at $3 that formerly sold at S5. Lie, Leading Clothiers, TPort HViron, Spiels. EXPOSITIONS. Incidents and Accidents In and About Yale. A dollar only welchs an ounce That is, a silver one; Hut vli'ii you try to raise it, gush. You tlit uk it weighs a ton. I'.ut when yon want to sink your cash Orinaku it (ulck avaiint. Just start ft aier tiiat's designed To (ill a lonx felt want. Kivc Saturdays in this month. The largest line of Stationery at Doelle's. It sounds natural to hear the school bells ringing again. The Kxi'ositok and Michigan Farm er one year only $1..V). Subscribe now. Susnie McKernan has secured a posi tion as teacher of the public school at Avoca. A. Ferguson A Co., on hand with a change of adv. Head what they have to otter. The picnic in John Wark's woods Tuesday wa largely attended and everybody enjoyed themselves. Michigan State Fair opened at De troit this week Monday and will con tinue until Friday, September 21. A girl's taste differs according to age. At sixteen she wants a dude with tooth pick shoes and a microscope mustache; at twenty a chief justice with a pile of tin; at twenty-five she will be satisfied with a member of congress; at thirty a doctor or preacher will do and at thirty-hvo anything that wears pants from an editor down. Of rows In tlie kitchen There 'd not he a few. If oysters were quarrelsome When they uet In a stew. Wall paper at cost at Doelle's. Keep in mind C. F. Michaels' dance the second night of tho fair. Fvcry body invited. Tax receipts printed at the Expositor office on short notice and in first class style. Send in your orders. (Seorge W. Ihirrett with a crew of men have been busily engaged the past few days moving tho Darey building. Solomon lfeed, whose house was destroyed by tire some months ago, is getting material on t"0 ground lor a new one. Regular meeting of O K S in their hall Wednesday evening, Sept. mil Flection of officers. A full attendance requested. It is better to spend a littlo money on advertising now than to sell a lot of shop-worn goods below cost later on. Printers Ink. Harvey Tappan has had his office neatly painted and otherwise conven iently arranged to accommodate his large law practice. L. Iliger it Sons are having a grand bargain demonstration and immense fall opening at their store in Port I'ort Huron. Head their adv. I!ev. Ooodwillie, of Tort Huron, will preach in the Disciple church, Yale, Tuesday evening next, at 7.."0 o'clock. The public in general are invited. John Holden moved into Alfonso (irav's house on Mechanic Street this week. The house vacated by him will Ik? occupied soon by (!eo. W. Hell and family. Fred T. Palmer is employed as book keeper in the Yale Woolen Mills. Husiness is booming in this institution and the public in general are pleased to notice it. Subscribers or others owing us ac counts can depend on it that we will take money at all times. We were never known to refuse this essential commodity in business. The (Jirls' Sewing Circle of the M. K. church will give an experience social on Mrs. Mathews' lawn in Yale Tues day evening next. Kefreshment will be served. All are invited. Khler J. II. Pa ton will preach in the I'.rick chapel Sunday next, afternoon at U o'clock and evening at ":"(). Sub jects of much interest will be discussed. All lovers of Truth come out and hear him. Oeorge Mann and W. H. Saville arc busy fixing the new store of W. II. Hallentinc in the Docile block. When comnleto Mr. I'.allentine will have as neatly arranged stores as you will find anywhere. Dr. Warner Cornell, of the firm of Drs. Warner tS: F. A. Cornell.' eye, ear, nose and throat specialists of ill Hu ron Ave., I'ort Huron, will be at the Hapley House on the last Fridnv of each month. His next visit will be Friday, September "Jth. If you are interested in having a singing school this fall and winter come nut to a meeting to be held at the hall in the 1 Millie lllock next Mon day evening. I'rof. Sturgis, of I'ort Huron, has consented to come and in struct a class providing a reasonable number of scholars can be secured. Our old friend and former fellow townsman, James MeArthur, of Cass City, is a candidate for county treasur er on the Populist ticket in Tuscola county. Mr. MeArthur is an affable young man, honest and industrious in all his habits, and well worthy of any position ot trust entrusted to him by the people. An exchange tells of an old farmer when urged by an implement dealer to buy a new binder, refused, saying he had nothing to sell but a lot of horses and could not sell them, for threshers were now run by steam, street cars were run by electricity, and this government was run by a lot of d n lackasses, and where does a horse come In anyway. Died in Yale on Monday, September 10th, after only one day's sickness, Davie, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Maloney, aged ll months and 2 days. The funeral was held from the residence of David Urown to Kim wood cemetery at two o'clock p. m. Tuesday, hlder K. U. Urown othciating. I he parents have the deepest sympathy of the community in this their sad bereavement. The job of dredging the South Hranch of Mill Creek was let on Wed nesday to Foley & Follard, of Ohio. : ... ii.. 1.1. I . uu jniLW uk which mv juu wns iri vn.- $(.00 per rod, and tlie distance to be dredged is 4,122 rods, making a total cost of 24,732. It is thought that the other expenses will swell tho total cost to :;0,00O. At the letting eight dredg ing companies were represented. Capac Journal. If you propose doing anyone a kind ness, do it now. If you think to say a loving word say it now. If you expect to send those roses, send them now. If you hope to meet your friend again, your wife, your child, your mother, your father, try to meet them now. Time Hies all too swiftly. The kind ness you chensh in your heart may pass away, unexpressed, forgotten. The loving word you had upon your tongue may fall upon silent ears, for to-morrow he or she may bo beyond recall. The rose that you'havc in your keeping will fade, and its perfume be lost. You never will pass this wav again in life, so far as we know. Swift stalks death. e meet him in the middle of the road. Do not have it said of you that your kindness, your roses, your remembrances, or your good words came like the pardon, too laic. rx. The "tired feeling," the headache and the neryous strain of which so many people complain are often home bred maladies. Our living rooms and sleeping rooms are kept too close. We are poisoned with our own exhalations. Throw open the doors and windows and let in tho revivifying and nurifv mg air of heaven I Hetter the drafts, tne nies, the mosquitoes even, than tho unventilated rooms kept sacred from the light and from the visitation of the winds which carry new life wncro iney wander, lhe hunters and the trappers on duty, accustomed to live anu sieep in the open air, complain of suffocation when thev are obliged to sleep in houses under roofs. The open air gives them full chests and strong lungs. Until one shall go to nis grave it win bo well to insist upon light and airy apartments. After that, n wm no smau matter. There was a man In our town, And he was wondrous w Ise; He never oke to his wife of the way Ills mother made rakes and pies. Uuy your school supplies at Doelle's. There are lo persons confined in the county jail. National encampment of (J A U at Pittsburg this week. Tho Yale Flax mills have again put on a forco of men and boys. Thomas Hebner has secured a posi tion in tho elevator at North Hranch. Pay a year in advance for the Yat.k Expositor and get the Michigan Farm er for only 50 cents. Thanks to Secretary Wise for a com plimentary to the Croswell fair and races to be held Sept. H, 20, and 21. Five thousand yards good heavy all wool carpet at '.l cents per yard. See J. A. Davidson & Co's adv. in this issue. Mrs. A. S. Phelps has moved with her family from Alpena to Yale and now occupies W'm. Scott's houso on Mary street. A happier man than John Williams cannot be found this side of the Pearly Oates. A son, born Saturday morning, September 8th. The notice of the caucus for electing delegates to the 3rd. Uepresentative convention may be found in another place of this isue. A Uepublican caucus has been called for Tuesday evening next, at 7 o'clock local time, at the village hall, to elect delegates to tho county convention to nominate a county ticket. If a man gets drunk in the Argen tine republic, he is tentenced to sweep the streets for eight days. If the same rule was in force in this country, what clean streets we would have. To give those subscribers whose time has not already expired a chance to take advantage of our Michigan Fann er otl'er we will extend the time to November lt, 1S!U. Subscribe. Horn to tho wife of L. (1. McDonald on Wednesday, September 12th, lfl'.'-J, a nice baby girl. Lute is seriously con sidering whether he will work any more for he believes himself worth at least $10,000. W. II. Hallentinc, who had a store in the Martin block, this city, recently, but removed the stock to Yale, has done so well there that he has purchas ed the Docile block and will soon have double the room he started with. Im lay City Times. Members of the Hrockway Centre District Agricultural Association are earnestly requested to attend the elec tion of officers to be held at the secre tary's office on the fair ground the second day of the fair September 2Gth, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. President Waring hereby gives notice that if the practice of calling the new barber names and otherwise insulting him is continued, some of the young scamps will be brought before a court of justice. It would be well for par ents to instruct their children not lo follow this mean practice. Windsor, the tailor, has established himself in rooms over the Docile Ulock, Yale, where he i- prepared to receive orders fur work in his line. He will handle nothing but good goods at prices that agree with the times and you may depend on a good lit. Call ami look over his samples and get prices. See his adv. in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. II C. Maloney wish to tender their most heartfelt thanks to James II. Moore and family, Flder U. I;. Urown, tlie choir and other kind friends who sympathized and did so much to comfort them during the brief sickness and after the death of their child. They will never forget these genuine acts of christian charter. McNultv & Howe, the new proprie tors of the Hotel de Martin, are enjoy ing a very large trade and are well worthy of the patronage that is given them. The hotel is new, neat and conducted in an orderly manner. In connection they have a livery and also accommodations tor tanners teams. When in Yale call on them and you will bo well used. It is said that a man in Genesseo county pays his preacher promptly, lips nis nai anu is very kiihi io inu doctors; and always pays for his papers in advance. He never has been sick a day in his life; never had any corns or the toothache, his potatoes never rot, the weevil never eats his wheat, the frost never kills his corn or beans; his babies never cry at night and his wife never scolds. The following recipe has been used to get rid of the carpet bug pest with good results: 1 oz. chloride of zinc, 3 ozs. salt. Mix with two quarts or. water in a covered vessel 'and let it stand over night, then pour into an other vessel and let it stand over night, then pour into another vessel without sediment. Dilute it with two quarts of water and sprinkle carpet a foot from the wall. It will not injure the carpet. In another column of this issue of the Expositor there appears a notice in reference to a note given by J. II. Teller and F. II. Oibbs. As we have a man here by the same name, F. II. (iibbs, in the hardware business and thinking some person might believe it had reference to him we asked Mr. Oibbs if he gave such a note or if it meant him. He states positively that no person holds his note for a dollar, so it must mean some other man. The electrical storm that passed through this section early last Friday morning is said to have been the worst in years. No damage was done to froperty in this vicinity, although we earn of property being destroyed a round Urown City. Sunday night last the rain and hail storm was severe. Tlie barn of Win. Grimes in Speaker township was unroofed, and Charles (Srimes' houso was badly damaged. Hams and hay stacks in Greenwood and Fremont townships were torn to pieces. The loss to property was very great. On Wednesday morning, a red faced individual, with a bright eye and beaming countenance came rushing into the Expositor olfico and shouted "I'm uncle!" At first the office boys were at a loss to recognize who it was or understand what had happened but upon a closer investigation found this hilariou personage to be hone less than Dusty McDonald and that the real cause of all his excitement was that his brother's wife had given birth to a bouncing baby girl that morning. Here's health and happiness to the little one, Lute. C. Y. HIGH, M. D.,B. S. PHYSFCIAN & SURGEON.. Special attention y!cm to all Suryical and Chronic Diseases. QFFICE HOURS: 11 to 12 A.M. 3 to 4 P.M. 7 to 8 P.M. Sundays, 3 to 4 P. M. OFFICE UPSTAIRS IN McKENNA BLOCK, llexideiue Jlrst Door Fast of A. C. Chavd. TIME TABLE. In effect June 17, 1NM. WKST. HTANOAKO TI.MK. KAST. Mt ana stations. I ao-j I aos v. w.jA. M.i iTv! ak7" a7m7p7m". 4 IV it is port Huron : it r.o s in 5 10 in ns Vale ' !) or. 7 iVi .' io :i Urown City s 47 7 21 .1 10 J.V Mailelte S :;l, 7 lo ti :i:in .v. litfoi t s -v 7 no 'join (Hl Mavvill s ui; ii 42 4' 11 ..-. Vassar 7 4.V ti ' 7 an ll .Vi! Saginaw 7 to r. M s no U !'.' AR.Ilav I'itv l.x. i ':, T, W MAIN' LINK KAST Leave Sairlnaw lJ:n: p. m. Arrive at Flint 12: r. m.. Holly 1 :'.' P. M.. Detroit 3:20 p. M., Toledo 4:4 P. M. MAIV MNK WKST Leave Sapinaw 4:4 p. m. Arrive at MMlaml ft:27 P. si., Mt. Pleasant 7:00 p. i., Clare :.ni p. si., Kvai t 7:-':i P. M., lteed Citv 7 :."() p. si.. Haul win H:M) P. St., Liuiiimton 10:n0 p. m., Manistee 10:30 p. Si. Connecting at Liulin;ton with Steamer for Milwaukee ulininir tlie eaon of navigation), making eonuecuon lor all points West and Northwest. Sleepinjc and Parlor Cars letween Hay City, Saelnaw and Detroit. Connections made at I'ort Huron and Detroit In Union DeKt for all Points South, Canada and the Fast. For further information see time tahle of this Company. W. H. Haldwix, Jr., W. V. Pottkk. lien 1 Manaper. Oen'l Sujit, a. i'atki Awn k, l ramc manager. (Jeneral Ottlre, Saelnaw, Fast Side, .Mich. F. A. CUISWOLl). Aeent, Yale. Cft 6.T.R.R..C.S. ft H. ft G.T.R. West of St. Clair Tunnel. Wkst lioi .M. D X X D D. DIv.&M.A.L. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. l't.lluron....lve U;nox . ..Arrive Mt.Cleniens " Detroit " Pontiac " Jackson .Vi 7 2o S u't 11 10 12 02 12 'M 1 40 C.&(l.T. II. Ptlluron....lv' ImlavCityAr've" 2 uipeer.... Flint Durand.... l-ansinn ... Charlotte .. ItattleCreek So. I'.end.. . Chicago.... 7 4u S 20 S Nl J 40 II X a 2.1 P.M. D D D A.M. A.M. A.M. 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D D P.M. iii'io 11 30 11 5S 12 30 P.m. A.m. W. E. DAVIS (!. P. & T. A., Chicago. 1 means Dally, X. Fxcept Sunday, These companies have the lowest rates to all lolnt.H Fast and West Helling through tickets over all connecting lines In the country; also ocean steamship tickets to and from Furoje lu connection. Write me for particulars. C. K. CLARKK, Pass, and Ticket Agent, UNION TICKFT OFFICE. Port Huron. 31U Huron Ave., Phone is, also at Tunnel Station, Phone 251-3 Kings. JOUTdAC.K FOKECLOSUHE. Default having been made In the terms of a certain mortgage dated the 23d day of April, lio, and recorded In the oftlce of tne Register of Deeds for St. Clair County, Michigan, in Li ber 61 of Mortgages, on page 3!i2, on the 2Mh day of April, lsoo. at 2 o'clock p. in., executed by Joseph Howers, an unmarried man, to Harvey Tanpan. whereby the power of sale in said mortgage has become operative and there is claimed to be due on April 23, 1S04, the full sum of Three Hun dred and Ninety six Dollars, (.ci.ou), as Install ments and interest on wild mortgage, and an attorney fee of Twenty-five Dollars. 25.on.) No suit at law or In equity haying leen Instituted to recover said amounts. Notice Is hereby given that the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of tlie mortgaged premises at public auction or vendue, to the highest bidder at the front door of the City Hall in the City of Port Huron, In said county, that being the place for holding the Circuit Court in said county of St. Chiir, on the Mth day of Octo ber, ls;i4,Ht one o'clock lu the afternoon of that lay, to satisfy the amount of said Installments and Interest due on said mortgage, together with said attorney fee and the costs of this fore closure. And notice Is also given that the said sale will be made expressly subject to the pay ment of $:mo of the pjlncipal of said mortgage that Is not yet due. Said mortgaged premises are described as follows, hs is shown by said mortgage: The east half (0 of the east half (I) of the north-east quarter (J) of Section five (ft), town four (4) north, range fifteen (1.1) east, containing forty acres of land, more or less. Dated this 10th day of July, 1W4. JOK W. Avfrv. HAItVEY TAPPAN. Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgagee. W A WTUn A REPRESENTATIVE for onr IlfilllljLi FAMILY TREASURY, the rreatest book ever offered to the public. OureouiHinsvstein, which we use In selling thisirreat work, enables each purchaser to get the book FREE, so everyone purchases. For bis first week's work one agent's profit Is $168.00. another $136. A LADY has Just cleared $120for her first week's work. We give yoii exclusive territory, and pay large commissions on the sales of sub-agents. Write at once for the agency for your county. Address all communications to RAND, McNALLY CO.. Chicago. Cloaks -AJ2?JD Clothing We have just received a full line of Fall and Winter Jackets and Coats which we are selling cheaper than any place in this county. Call and examine our Stock before you purchase. We can save you Money on everything we handle. If you want to Shoe Up, give us a call and Save Money. Our line is complete. Look out for change of adv. in next issue. YALE'S BARGAIN SELLER, W. H. BALLEKTIiE. J. B. STEVENS, Y. S., GRADUATE OF Toronto Veterinary College. MTfffl"l""" Calls promptly attended night or day. Office in Iluildlng opposite Commer cial House. YALE, MICH. J. 1. WHITE A CO, $ PHOTOGRAPHERS. $- 1102 Military St, Cor. Wall, PT. HURON Bring or send your Copying and Enlarg ing to us. Dealers in all kinds of Frames and Easels, Cords, Nails, Hooks, Etc. We Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction. LACE and MUSLIN- (PlJRTAINS. Every pair marked so as to close them out at once to make room for Fall Line. ASM AN & BEARD'S. CS1 to C2C "W-A-TXIIZ BTH.ZIJZ'V. How 3Lilxi S-vxltlaas" Tixst Opened. BUY THE BEST FLOUR. 5M St, Telephone 7S NftUon't PrM FnfyPUnt Flour. Dftrtd.on's ltt Family rfttrnt Floar. Dvldt0m'i Straight Winter WhMt Flour. Old Frocosa Floor. Dlbt Floar. Graham noar. common uut OraauUUtd Com Moal. Ground Food oC All ruuitr 300 bblt. of Float and 10O. lbl. of Moal par Day. . . MAMBI' IIIAIlin ftf ft 1 1 uEU.n.'UAViUduri, MiuniuAii millo PORT HURON, MICH.