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In the Best Interests of the Community in which we lire.
FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Vol. XV, No. 26.
YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1896.
Price: $1.00 per Year.
7 rr7i many will need Overcoats. We
have the stock and the prices are right.
Our stock in Men's and, Boy's Clothing in
complete. Styles and prices are selling
them. Men's Boots, Shoes, Hubhers, Felt
Shoes and all kinds of warm foot wear in
la rge qu antities. Ladies Coa t an d- Cloak
department rc)lcle with the latest styles.
We save yon from $1 to $4t city price, on
Yale Clothing Store of
J. C. HOLDER
How cheap your (Irocrries .ire de
pends upon how pood they are. and
how pood they are depends in a great
measure where you buy them. Tho
point to consider isn't how little you
pay, but what you tret for what you
do pay. judged by their real worth.
Our groceries are the cheapest in
Yale. We also carry in stock a com
plete line of Dry (loods. Shoes, Rub
bers and Felts at prices that defy
competition. Come and see us.
T. H. Parkinson.
A New Snap!
A very cold snap
right on time, hut
I A. W. FERGUSON & CO.
are "prepared with
a large line of
to supply your Immediate demands. Stove Itugs, Stove Hoards and
the nicest lino of Oil Cloths ever in town.
The Place to Buy
Picture Framing and
Done on short notice
IS AT THE
Big Furniture Store.
Our Stock of Furniture contains
anything you want and at Prices
that Defy Competition.
We also carry a nice line of House Paints,
prepared in different colors, ground in oil.
Oils, Varnish and llrushes.
THOS. WILSON & SON.
Lost and Ke?er Found. A Local In The Expositor would hn insured its return.
A Clean, Bright and Pop
ALL HONEST MEN.
Theso Are tho Men the Electors of SU
Clair County will Place In Charo of
Affairs Next Tuesday.
Entertaining, good natured Charley
Westcott will win in a walk. Charley
is one of nature'-s noblemen. To pee
him and know him is to admire . and
respect him. lie is oue of the hardest
kind of fellows to run against, for you
can t find a weak spot m hi armor
Wo check him oil" as already elected.
Lewis O'Dett, republican candidate
for Pepreeenlative of tho Third Dis
tnct, is a farmer of tho township of
Kenockee. lie is a pioneer of hi
township having settled on his farm J3
year? ago wnen tne townsmp was com
paratively new. lie is o.'J years of age
and served in the late war. Honest
and industrious, a genial associate,
well yersed in farming, a lover of tine
stock, understands .the needs of the
District and is therefore well qualified
to legislate for it. Ho has always been
a staunch republican and we predict
for him a largo majority in the Third
JVJWiE OK l'ROIIATK.
Frank T. WoLcott will, without a
doubt, bo our next Judgo of Probate.
So if you desire to be able to walk up
to the winner after election and hon
estly say "Well, .congratulations old
fellow! I voted for you," be sure and
see that the cross is either in front or
over Frank's name on your ticket.
Don't forget it.
There is a big athletic, brainy, good
natured fellow by the name of Joe
Walsh in l'ort Huron who has made a
good record as Deputy Prosecuting
Attorney ot tins county. 1 1 is friends
declare and swear that ho will bo the
next Prosecuting Attorney of St. Clair
County. If nerve and hustle would
elect a man Joe should .go in by ac
clamation. REGISTER OF DEED.
"If you can't vote for me pray for
me." This is what kind, generous
hearted old Dan Puunels has to say to
the doubtful voters of SL Clair county.
The suows of many winters have sil
vered the locks of Uncle Dan'l but no
one ever saw the hungry go from his
door unfed, nor the needy turned
away without relief. For kis many
kind, charitable acts and good traits of
character, the voters are going to do
something more substantial than pray
lor mm. i ney are going to vote very
numerously for Uncle Dan'l.
CIRCUIT COURT COMMISSIONER.
The Circuit Court Commissioners on
the republican ticket are Alex Moore
and Asa P. stoweli. Alex is a Prock
way boy and eveybody should remem
ber him election day. Mr. Stoweli is
a hneyoung man and a resident of St.
Clair City, but the man who will op
pose him is our own popular friend
Jesse A. Papley known and respected
throughout this locality. Our locality
needs u Circuit Court Commissioner
often, and the expense is always put
upon litigants to go to Port Huron to
transact , the business that must be
done before a Commissioner. Don't
forget to cross out Stoweli and put a
cross before Jesse A. Papley.
Stephen Moore has alwas been a re
publican. Has always been an hon-
oruble, straight haired citizen of
our county. Has never held pub
lic ornce until two years ago when he
was elected treasurer of this county.
Ho will be elected ncain next Tuesday
because he is all right in every par
ticular and is entitled to a second
term. Think of him when you vote
wneiner ne is on your ticket o not.
Out in Perlm township plying tho
humble vocation of a tiilcr of the soil,
l'res a young man who is known and
respected throughout the county.
John L. Whepbard has taught school
in various parts of the county, has
been and is today a member of the
board of supervisors and in whatever
capacity he has ever acted he has
done bis part thoroughly and well.
In the same thorough and straight
forward manner will ho perform the
duties of County Clerk for fct. Clair
County for the next two years. .
At the Home of Mrs. Ira Blllman
Mrs. Uillman, haying decided to join
her husband, who is located at Sagi
naw, preaching for 'tho Church of
Christ at that place, her friends to tho
number of about 75 made this the oc
casion of a gathering together at her
home on Jones street, to show in this
kindly manner how much sho was ap
preciated amongst them. A very
pleasant evening was spent in friendly
intercourse and social chat. Coffee
and cuko and fruit being served, added
to the general good feeling. Pev. D.
McColl, pastor of tho Disciplo Church,
made a neat and appropriate little
speech, alluding to hor work and la
bors of lovo while amongst them iu
Sunday School, Christian Endeavor,
and church work, in all of which she
has been zealous, faithful and effect
ive. He expressed tho deep feeling of
regret, which was shared in by every
one present, that sho hud decided to
change this for other holds of labor,
and in conclusion, in tho namo of tho
assembled friends presented her with a
beautiful frosted, silver mounted cel
ery holder, as a token of esteem, and
memento of fellowship, friendship and
good will. Mrs. Pillmun replied in a
very fueling manner, stating how
much sho appreciated the' gath
ering, the gift, and tho spirit that
prompted all this manifestation of
good will, and that she, whilo labor
ingamcngst them as best sho could
for tho good of others, was not uu
mindful of the good they had done
tor hor, tor amongst thb disciples she
had tirrt received the inspiration that
prompted and led her along the lines
ot J it e work alluded to by Pro. Me
Coll. It may be added as an illustra
tion of how Mr. Ihllmau is esteemed
in tho community, that every church
in the village was represented in tho
The Railroads Are After
Every Effort Possible Being
Made to Defeat Him.
The order has gone 'forsh from tho
oflicial headquarters of the F&PMKlt,
and without doubt from every railroad
in the state, "Don't vote for Pingree,
he is against us." This is the trouble
with the F&PM: The cost of building
this road was about 810,000 per mile.
They have it bonded for about 630,000,
and paying dividends to stock holders
on that amount. They pay substan
tially no taxes whatever. Pingree
eays: "tax the railroads. They are no
tietter than tlw farmers to be taxed."
If they can water their stock 200 per
cent and then pay dividends, they can
afford to pay the same taxes common
people are obliged to pay. .
Among the Churches.
Pegular services in Prick Chapel by
the Church of Christ next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
The new pa6tor of the Free Meth
odist church here is Iter. Wm. llaight,
formerly of lale and Pall circuit, he
wilt conduct services next Sunday at
the Chapel at 10:30 a. in. and at the
Pethel church at 7:00 p. m. The new
district elder is Pev. II. Montgomery.
CE Society of Prick Chapel will have
for next Sundays' topic, "The Plessed-
ness of fc,ntire surrender to God."
Pesides the interest of the topic, a
good musical program will bo fur
nished, to which we give a hearty wel
come, not only to CE of otherchurche
but also would be glad to have the
chapel tilled to overllowing by young
men and women who don't belong to
any society. Come outwe will do you
good. At 4 o'clock.
. , Farm to Rent. , ,
Lightv acres of improved farming
land within two miles of Yale to rent
on easy terms to the right man. For
particulars call on or address Edward
Xewell, at Papley House, Yale. 22-4
Electric Pitters is a medicine salted
for any season, but perhaps more cen
erally needed, when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the livei
is torpid and sluggish and the need ol
a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt
use of this medicine has often averted
long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers.
.rso medicine will act more surely In
counteracting and freeing the system
from the malarial poison. Headache,
Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness
yield to Electric Hitters. r0c and 81.00
ikt bottle at Grant Ilolden's drug
U.IIoUlen, Vale. VV. J.McKcnna, Hrockway.
.. a I j .oCk
She is, and so
are we with an array
of the finest and
handsomest Wall Pa
per iu the village.
The quality of our
papers, the number
and uniqueness of
our patterns, and our
give us the prefer
ence every time. We hate a number of expensive papers
in small lots that we will close out at 15 cents per double
roll. Anyone wishing a few roll3 can get extra value for
their money iu this department.
Wall Paper, Stationery, Windov Shades, School Books, Etc.
DRUGGIST AND STATIONER.
Or Its Equivalent.
After having given the credit busi
ness a fair trial, I find I havo accumu
lated a great number of small accounts
and balances which, though of them
selves are very small and insigniticont,
but when all 'footed up amount to a
very large sum, and after counting the
cost of collecting these small accounts
and tho final loss of a great many, I
havo concluded to adopt tho fctrictly
cash system on and after Nov. 1st, and
all accounts must be closed up by that
R. M. LOTHIAN,
GENERAL MERCHANT. 3EE2.
I positively can do as line Watch
Itepairing as any man in the county.
If you have had any trouble in getting
your Watch repaired, give me a trial.
If my work don't please you, it shall
net cost you a cent.
Jewelry and Silverware
In Stack at Low Prices. Call and
look me over at J. M. Palmer's Music
Store. 1 am here for Pusiness and
have come to stay.
A. L. GARK,
-Jeweler and Optician.
Opposite Hotel Jackson, Yale, Mich.
k' A -1 1 II '
lou can saye either by calling at the Yale
Woolen Mills and have your measure taken
for a suit of clothes. We have made arrange
ments with a Tailoring Establishment whereby
we can have your suits made in the latest
styles. Linings mid other Trimmings to be
first class, all
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The Cloth we furnish is nil of our own Manufacture
and it Is so well known for its durability that further
comments are unnecessary, llemember a Tailor-Made
Suit for $13.00 with fit guaranteed or no pay.
C. Andreae & Sons