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ARODHD THE TOWN.
Incidents and Accidents In
and About Yalo
Briofly Itemized for Expositor
Cook wanted at tho Kapley House.
Apply at once.
Ir. Lelloy Lewis, eye specialist, at
Grant Ilolden's, Yale, Nov. 7th.
Last Thursday night the band went
to tho Schrani school house to take
part in a Republican rally.
Doc Armstrong has moved into his
new office quarters across the street
from Lennon'g drug store.
If you want a cooling, comfortable
pair of glasses call on Dr. Lelloy Lewis
on Nov. 7th, at Grant Ilolden's
John Jones and wife have gono to
Lansing for two weeks where John
will take lessons in up-to-date pho
tography. I have several SO-acre pieces of land
and improved farms in JSanilac county
that I would trado for houses and lots
in Yale. 37- 15. 11. 'oiu.e.
This week Orvillo DeViney succeeds
to the photograph business of Cr
Maiden. Mr. Maiden saj's he will
go on the road as traveling salesman.
Tho new valve trombone for I lie
band has arrived and is a dandy. The
wind necessary to make it toot seraphic
melodic will bo turinsheu by Doc
An attempt will be made to organize
a class in natural philosophy, together
with sucl other studies as may Lo no
cided upon, at the High School build
ing Saturday at one p. m.
For Sale or Kent. Tho forty acres
adjoining ileorge C'olden's farm near
Avoca station. See Moses Moore,
Avoca, or write Frank Whipple, I'ort
Arthur Stanstield, 12-year-old son of
Kev. J. Stanstield, of I'ort Huron, was
drowned last Saturday afternoon by
falling oil" the dock while he was
Celery Nerve mid lilood Tonic is the
best medicine for rheumatism, bil
iousness, constipation. dyspepsia,
head-ache and liver complaint. Sold
on a guarantee by (irant Holden.
Franklin Robinson removes this week
to Rochester, Mich. Frank and his
familv have been respected residents
of Yale for over ten years.. Tho Kx
positor wishes them success in their
Why pay peddlars exhorbitant prices
for shoddy spectacles, poorly titccd,
and ruin your eves, when j'ou can
have a skilled optician who visits Yalo
regular. Would you let a peddlar rill
your teeth. Are your eyes less im
portant than your teeth.
Died, Monday evening, Oct. 20, 1S,
in Yale, at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. A. W. Ferguson; Mrs. Helen Mil
liken, wife of the Uto Henry Milliken,
ofAlmont. The remains were taken
to Alniont Wednesday morning for
Dr. Warner Cornell, of tho firm of
Drs. Warner & K. A. Cornell, eye, ear,
nose and throat specialists of 2'2'J Hu
ron Ave., Tort Huron, will be at the
Kapley House on the last Friday of
each month. His next visit will be
Friday, October SOth.
Mrs. Henry 1'earce, who was con
fined to her bed nearly all last winter
with inflammatory rheumatism, im
proved so much during the summer
that she was able to be out without
crutches. Hut last week she suffered
a relapse of tho old trouble and again
ehe is confined to her bed.
Sam Hettes, our Sam, the irreproach
able, irrepressible Samuel (Jet-thero
Hettes, headquarters Yalo, base of
operations The Earth, was in town
Saturday night and gaye a free silver
talk in Central Hull to a big audience.
Although it was a silver talk it wasn't
exactly tree, for Sam took up a collec
tion. Tho way he larruped the gold
bugs, roasted the bond syndicates, dis
pected the republican candidates fairly
made the big pillars In Central Hall
swell with pride for this illustrious son
If your children are subject to
croup watch for the first symptom of
the disease hoarseness. If Cham
berlain's Cough remedy Is given as
noon as the child becomes hoarse it
will prevent the attack. Even after
tho croupy cough has appeared the at
tack can always bo prevented by giv
ing this remedy. It is also invaluable
for colds and whooping cough. For
sale by Will Lennon, druggist.
JI:IUE fluuns ,,Tremov ln Aausk.
llAILER U the U
for everything in the
He sure and read A V ill Lennon's, W
H. Harris' and 11. M. Lothian's chances
of ad vs.
Ceo- W. Ilicks, living at Huel Centre,
will have an auction sale ov. 4, 189(5,
selling his farm stock, implements, etc.
w . . Joru, auctioneer.
For Sale. House and lot of Second
street, also the VanSlyke farm, on easy
terms. lor further particulars call on
or address b . A. unsworn. I4ni.i
There will bo a big silver mass meet
ing at I'eck on Monday eyening, Nov
2d. Thos. II. Murphy and other elo
quent speakers will address the peo
The FA I'M has notified this office
that any boys caught jumping on and
off trains hereafter, will be prosecuted
under the statue. Hoys take warnine,
or it may cost you or you parents 2")
or send you to the house or correction.
Kev. Sam G. Hettes will enlighten
the nations on the great burning issues
of the day next Monday night at 8:00
o clock in Central Hall. Sam asks a
rousing reception and a moderate
collection, and he promises to till iiis
pari or tne entertainment.
J. M. I'almer is tho l'eople's candi
date, and promises to tnrnish a l'i
hiio, Organ, Sewing Machiuo or any
tiung in tho music line to Republican
or Democrat or any other party, for
if oia, silver. Greenback, or your own
personal note. You can save money
by dealing at the Yale Music Store.
Strayed from tho premies of the
undersigned one day last week, one
2-year-old mnre colt, bright bay, and
one yearling gelding colt, with small
white spot on hind foot. The yearling
is the larger of the two. Reward giv
en for their return. Henjamin How-
man, Fargo. 21-2
The following is a report of Rrock
way school, district No. 2, for month
ending Oct. 2;J, ISM: Number days
taught 18; number scholars entered
during tho month 1; total enrollment
")!). The following persons were
neither absent or tardy during the
month: Wm. Thodey, -Lizzie llodgins
and Zoa Jarrett. The following were
tardy but not absent: Lillian Davey
and Cora Thodey. Aaron Newell,
Doahny, one of the $ilver speakers
at Central Hall last . Tuesday night js
an old time friend and school mate of
Carl Maiden of this village. On Wed
nesnay morning he spent about two
hours trying to convert Carl to the
Silver thedry, but had to leave with
out accomplishing his object, Carl, as
suring him that ho would vote for
sound money and protection.
A Hay View Reading Circle was or
ganized Tuesday evening at the home
of Miss M. M. brown with the follow
ing members: Mr. ami Mrs. Campbell,
.Miss Rrown, Miss Kov, .Miss Hayes and
Mrs. Jardine. This is American year
in the HYRC. and all that can are ro
quested to become members. Par
ticulars regarding books, time required
and expense may be obtained from
It is announced that the marriago of
Miss Barbara Helen Livingston, daugh
ter of James Livingston, M. 1. a
wealthy manufacturer of linseed oil
and tow, of Haden, Out., and Chester
l'j. Hncker, druggist of this citv. will
take place Wednesday, Oct. 25. Tho
ceremony will take place in Haden.
After the marriage tho young couple
will visit evf ork ana other eastern
cities. I pon their return they will
occupy their handsome new residence
on Tine Grove avenue. Port Huron
Times of Monday.
Abe Martin, of Port Huron, and
Frank Doahny, of Detroit, held forth
in Central Hall last Tuesday night to
a fair sized audience. The free silver
cause was held up in fairly good shape
ry Mr. .Martin who is a nuent talker.
What gave his remarks extra forco is
the well known fact that he is a part
owner of a largo silver mine in Colo
rado. Mr. Martin is a successful busi
ness man and knows what is necessary
to increase the valine of his Colorado
The Darlington, Wis., Jounral says
editorially of a popular patent medi
cine: "Ve know from experience
that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is all that is claim
ed for it, as on two occasions it stopped
excruciating pains niid possibly saved
us from an untimely grave. We
would not rest at night without it in
the house." This remedy undoubted
ly Baves more pain and suffering than
any other medicine in the world.
Eyery family should keep it in the
house, for it is sure to bo needed soon
er or later. For 6ale by Will Lennon,
Last Tuesday evening the Primary
and Grammar departments of our
schools gave their entertainment in
Central Hall. Tho scholars, particular
ly the little ones, showed tin careful
preparation and painstaking of their
teacners in fitting them for the exer
cises through which they went so
gracefully and well. The baton drill
of tho little girl class was exceedingly
interesting and well performed. The
''"g'rg of IMMo Lucille Plmr wn
particularly well received, and she was
obliged to respond to an encore. The
child is immensely bright in her spe
cialties, and should, with proper do
velopment make her mark in the
world. I ho proceeds were $21.
Dr. LeRoy Lewis visited Yale again
last Saturday, and was keot verv busy.
He charges nothing for consultation or
examiuing the eyes. His prices for
glasses are very reasonable, he guar
antees a perfect fit, and will change
all lenses fitted by him, for two years
iree. lie is one ot the best retraction
ists in tho state, is a graduate of Do
troit, Chicago and New York, also pres
ident of the Michigan Ophthalmic
Institute. The date of his next trip
hero is Saturday, Nov 7th, at Grant
Ilolden's drug store. Don't neglect
Mrs. Elizabeth McLaughlin, wife of
Isaac McLaughlin, died at her home
one mile north of Yalo last Friday,
after an illness of about three weeks,
aged f9 years, 3 months and 5 days.
Mrs. McLauglin, maiden namo Eliza
beth Wood, was born in Glasgow.
Scotland, and was married to Isaac
McLaughlin in 1833. Three years
later iney removed to loronto, Can
ada, where they resided eleven years,
thence coining to tho States and have
been respected residents of Hrockway
township over 27 years. Mrs. Mc
Laughlin was an all'ectionate wife, a
loying mother and a kind and oblig
ing neighbor respected and loved by
all who knew he. She leaves a lov
ing husband, two sons and six daugh
ters to mourn her sad departure. The
children are: Wm. McLaughlin, of
Yale, George McLaughlin, of Rhine
lander, Wis.. Mrs. L. Evans, Smith's
Creek, Mrs. (J. Russell, Yale, Mrs. R.
Marakle, Detroit, Mrs. F. Hill, Port
Huron, Mrs. Jennie Cooper, San Fran
Cisco, Cal. and Miss Sadie, Yale.
Tho funeral which was very larcrelv
attended was held last Sunday from
tne ju. i . church, ot which deceased
was a member, Rev. E. W. Cooner.
The relatives of Mrs. Isaac McLaugh
lin desire to express their sincere
thankfulness to tho many kind friends
who lent their torvices during tho sick
ness, death and burial ot tho beloved
wife and mother.
The fdllowinc Resolution wprp
written for adoption by Order of
Eastern Star. Wednesday Eve.. Oct.
Whereas. Death has atrain ontfrnd
the homo of our Dear. Rrother and
Sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Tnnnan.
and removed from their midst the
sunshine of their home, Lcota, their
only child, ond our little friend, it
doth not become us to question why
it is so. for who can fathom th
mysteries of Life or Death, be it
JltsolrHl. That wo extend to thorn
in this, their rreat aflhction. our lioen-
est sympathy. And we can truly say
we mourn wun mem.
llesnlrtd. That a conv of these reso
lutions be sent the bereaved ra rents:
be spread upon the records of our
Chapter, and also bo printed in the
laie expositor. i;. n. i;eecner.
Mrs. Mary Gowan,
Ma. Tetia Jardine,
Resolutions adopted by Hrick Chapel
Tnion Sabbath School:
Since our organization as a Sunday
School up to the present time we have
not had a link broken, but at last the
angel of death has visited our school
and taken from the roll one of our
ittle lambs. Therefore, we as a school.
at this the first gathering since the sad
event, feel moved to record our fcel-
ngs of sorrow for the broken tic, and
n contemplation of the absence of the
bright little sunbeam from her usual
place in her class. And as this visita
tion has fallen with peculiar heaviness
on the parents of little Leota, wo wish
to express to them our tender and
ovmg sympathv in this, tho dark hour
of their sad bereavement, and we pray
that the Good Shepherd, who loves
ittle children in a special manner, and
who also loves us all, will comfort
their hearts in their loneliness, and
lead them to realize that at some time
this mystery of deaths visits to the
human familv, although presently
grevious, yet works out for all con
cerned tho very best results in God's
own time. Signed,
James Hrown, Supt.-in behalf of I n-
ion S. S. Dated , Yale. Oct 23,( 1S9.
There It Coea Again.
Pleaso send my packages to F. C. M.
I live near Hrown Citv and I saw vour
ad in Expositor. Indeed I will come
often now. Never knew what it was to
haye such a big stock to pick from,
and I find in trading ten or twelve
dollars I have more than paid my ex
penses as your prices on nearly every
thing aro lower. Your millinery is
perfectly charming. Your kid gloves,
mittens, hosiery, underwear, corsets,
yarns, and in fact all your good are
so bright, fresh and new looking. I
could spend a whole day in your love
ly needlework novelties, but must go
now. So bo sure to get my goods
down, packages marked "from Hoices."
Decatur, III., Aug. 26; 1803.
We consider that we have not only
saved our lives but also our house and
home by the use of Aunt Rachel's
Peruvian Malaria P.itteis. "We have
been sick with malarial feyer tho past
two years and not able to work suffi
ciently to pay the interestand taxes on
our houso and keep our family. We
have used Aunt Rachael's Peruvian
Malarial Hitters two months and wo
are rejoiced to say that our health has
l)oen restored and wo aro free from
malarial fevers and chills. Wm. J.
Campbell and Mary Campbell, wife.
Mrs. Maggie Myers,
Williamsport, Ind., writes: "I suf
fered for months of severe stomach
troubles, caused by indigestion and
constipation. My troubles seemed al
most unendurable. I purchased a
bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
of Armstrong A Swank and as soon
as I had taken its contents I was
like a new person, and I now feel bet
ter and weigh more than I haye in
years." It is sold in 10 cent,' GO cent
nnd $1.00 sizes at Grant Ilolden's drug
IT IS FALSE !
The Report that the Yale Woolen
Mills Will Shut Down.
Yale Woolen Mills are famed all over
this state and in other states where
their goods have been sold, and eyery
citizen looks proud when referriug to
this, one of their best industries, and
tho hustling proprietors, Rudolph and
Will Andreae. Anything reflecting on
tho boys as lacking in good judgment
is taken as a personal affront by every
good citizen of tho village, and when
the report was circulated that they had
stated "if Hryan was elected their mill
would surelv be shut down." Tim
universal cry was, "what has struck
the boys any now' An interview with
the firm brought out an emphatic
ami nat denial or ever having even
thought of such a thing, let alone say
ing it, and the iiro in Rudolph's eye
when charged with the statement, in
dicated that this particular Annanias
who started such a report would fare
pretty roughly if he came within his
The boys feel very much annoyed at
such a report being circulated, as it
will no doubt in some cases injure
their business, and by the means of
tne public press they feel entitled to a
wide tmblleitv in makinc their Trotpt.
and they further wish to eay that tho
.......I I I IL..' -II J . i . !
wmu uiew nieir linn uown, me lire
burnt it down, but they will never vol
untarily shut it down, and if Hrvan is
elected they will not bo offended if any
purchaser or their goods should fetch
alonsr a nail key full nf silver itnllnra.
if Uncle Saniniv'rt stamn i nil tlipm
they will call every dollar a dollar
anu giye goon value tor tho same, anil
iney will nnd uso tor them all
in makinir their emnlnvppa hannv. unit
otherwise advancing tho industries of
this their adopted home. And on the
other hand, if McKinley is elected,
their factorv w1hmU will still rm mor.
rily round, inspired by the golden
breezes thai nreeeeus the trn i pn
showers that are so lavishingly prom
ised. Of course, like other citizens,
thev have their political nreferences.
and expect to cast their ballot in har
mony wun ineir convictions, and
freely accord to everv other citizen
their free and iinnier-ru'd iwn of thi
inalienable right to cast their ballots
as they please, without fear or layor
GOERS AND COMERS.
Personal Paragraphs Concerning Yale Peo
ple and Their Friends.
Nellie Lundv is homo from Owosso.
Herb Menerey was in Attica Sunday
Harvey Drake was in Detroit Sun
day and Monday.
Will'Lennon transacted buisncss in
C. R. Holden transacted business at
Hutfalo this week.
Vaughn Francis visited friends in
Port Huron Saturday.
Mattie McNair, of Croswell, visited
Hertha Reecher this week.
Wm. Riley, of Hrown City, visited
friends in ale Tuesday.
Altha Ferguson has gone to her
homo in Lynn to spend tho wiuter.
Mrs. Thos. Holden and Mrs. Jas. A.
Menzies wheeled to Peck Tuesday.
Ella Turner, of North Hranch, has
been visting in the village this week.
E. R. Reecher and wife attended the
funeral of Mrs. Milliken at Almont on
Colburn Ferguson and wife, of De
troit, aro visiting parents and relatives
west of here.
R. M. Lothian and Will Wear are in
the vicinity of Saginaw this week buy-
ng live stock.
Stella Aldritt, of Port Huron, is
visiting Mrs. J. II. Francis and other
friends in Yale.
Ovid Corners, wife and daughter
Kitlv of Jeddo were visting with Mrs.
Snyder last week.
John Cameron and wife, of Port
Huron, spent part of the week at the
home of Mrs. Snyder.
The Revs. Cooper and Rowe wheel
ed to Hrown City Monday, and called
on friends and relatives.
Miss Irene Hayiland, of Port Hu
ron, has been the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. A. Welch the past week.
Jas. Hisey has been attending the
(irand Lodge F&AM at Lansing this
week. Mrs. Hisey accompanied him
Mr9. John Meharg, who has been
visiting friends here for some time, re
turned to her homo in Glenmeyer,
Harbara Deemert returned to Strat
ford, Out., Saturday last, after an ex
tended visit with her parents and
other friends here.
Judson Rlack was out from Rich-
monday on Sunday. Mrs. Eva Rlack
returned with him, and will re
main for two months learning the
millinery trado with Mrs. Morris.
Tho Grandest Remedy.
Mr. R. P.. Greeve, merchant of Chil-
howie, Va., certifies that he had con
sumption, was given up to die, sought
all medical treatment that money
could procure, tried all cough reme
dies he could hear of, but got no re
lief: spent many nights sitting up in a
chair; was induced to try Dr. King's
ew Discovery, and was cured by use
of two bottles. For past three years
has been attending to business, and
says Dr. King's New Discovory is the
grandest remedy ever made, as it has
done so much for him and also for
others in his community. Dr. King's
ew Discovery is guaranteed for
Coughs, ('olds and Consumption. It
don't fail. Trial bottles free at Grant
Ilolden's drug store.
As. a cure for constipation and in
digestion Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pensin
grows rapidly in favor where introduc
ed. Children love Us taste for it is so
pleasant. Trial size 10 cents. Regular
size 50cents and f 1.00 of (irant Hoi
KldnPT, l-trer. IlowH
and Htomarli TrmMe
when rvorytliln. else
falls. Take ofiier.
W. J. AlcKlnncy.ltrwkwHj-.
f e Adm
In Our Magnificent Display
of New Styles.
nt H!?m? Js VV ul('(1 10 the utmost with a choice line
, fie'ec'd lrgains in Dry Goods, Cloaks, Capes,
Clothing, Loots. Shoes, and Groceries. All of the preyail
nff styles in assortment complete, specially purchased to
meet the known wants or this community. Our prices are
of uniformly Low Grade. Our prices never equaled. Our
1 rices do our talking. Our prices cannot be copied by
5Sattoik?ro?iuJ?r" (ur pncM make our lmsiness
If You want
22' M i 1 1 e rs 5saz2
FARMERS who wish the best vield out of their cram will
try our mill. We have remoddled it
Flour, Feed, Bran, Shorts and Chop Staff
W. H. Newcomer & Co.
NEW FALL GOODS!
LARGE LINE JUST OPENED.
CALL AND INSPECT THEM.
521 to 525
of our Jewelry, and a brilliant too.
To state the case exactly, mere are
more points than we can speak of.
it's a procession of sparRllng novelties
that we're presenting. We shine for
all. It sour long list or easy prices
that opens the door of brilliancy for
everyone. Jewelry buying is easy at
our establishment, where It isn't a cane
of cheap jewelry, but of line jewelry
betnjr oheap. Genuine goods at cost
J. P. LOSEY, Jeweler,
Visit Our Double Store
thoroughly and can turn vou out the
OF B. R. NOBLE.
RESPONSIBILITY, - $250,000.
Deposit your money where it is safe.
5 per cent interest on Time Cer
tificates of Deposit.
All Business 4- Strictly Confidential.
A wise man always buys
where he can, even though
it is but a cent or two. These
prices will show you that
your savings will be greater
by buying of us.
Farm Harness $15 to $21.
Single Harnoss 5 to 15.
Hugh 6. Rose.