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We keep the very best
of everything in this line
and sell at lowest possible
From 14 up.
Single Harness From $ 5.00 Up.
HEN TOU EAT
YOU WANT TIT.AT WHICH
IS FIKST CLASS. FOR
DO NOT FORGET
THE GEM LAUNDRY
McArthur Block, Yale.
Superior work and i'rompt Service.
We use no injurious chemicals and do
strictly hand work. Collars, Cuffs and
Shirts a specialty. Family Washings
also solicited. We call for and deliver
at your house. Try us.
L. Middleton, Prop.
There isn't a lady in Yale who
doesn't know values in Mil
linery. When she walks into a
Millinery store to select a hat
6ne can usually tell at a glance
whether a hat labelled 81.00 is
worth that amount or more, or
whether it would not be dear at
Oar Goods Are All Yalaes.
Mrs. Eya Black,
McPherson Huilding. Yale. Mich.
V V V
Mclsel Block PORT HURON.
Having had years of experience in
the Photographic art, we are prepared
to do your work right and at reason
able prices. Ask any of our patrons
what kind of work we turn out; ask
em if we don't save them money.
They can tell as much as we can.
The've tried us and are our permanent
customers. You'd be too if you'll ask
New and Neat.
Wc have purchased the Geo.
w. Allen meat mancei ana put
it in first-class shape. When
Don't fail to call. A share of your pa
Fresh Oysters for Sale.
truT Poultry and Game Bought
GEO. A. SMITH & CO.
Restaurant a&UceCream Parlor
J. H. GLAVA, Prop.
Hot and Cold Lunches at all Hours.
FRUITS, CANDIES, NUTS, TOBACCOS,
Wi lir you tki roil t CTCCZCSul fCSTTOl.
UO I AT STEADY WOKK-JiEW PLAN.
Vn work t fc" Jfr3rTU Wrtty m
IKE SUCCEU CO M PANT, Cooptr Union. R.Y, C(ty
SERVICES at 10.30 a. ra. and 7.oo p. m. Rev.
J. A. Kowe. pastor. Sabbath school at
12 m. C. R. Holden, Supt.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
AT A. O. CHAPEL, Servlcea at 11 a. m.
Prarer nieetlnzs everv Thursday eveulnir
at 7 o'clock. Elder J. II. 1'aton. Pastor.
SERVICES every Sunday at 7:00 p.m., and
alternately at 10:30 a. in. Rev. J. U. Keith,
pastor. Sunday School at 2 :00 p. in., A. Goheeu
Hupt. Prayer meetlnc Thursday evening at
7:00. Endeavor meeting Monday at 7:00 p.m.
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST.
CHAPEL on Mechanic street. D. McCall,
Minister. Preaching every Sunday at 11 a.
in. and 7:oo p. m. Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Christian Kudeavor at 2:30 p. ni. Junior Endea
vor at 3 :30 p. in. Prayer Meetlug at 7:30 every
CHURCH on Mary Street. Services every
Sunday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Rev.
Itennle, pastor. Sabbath school at 11 a. in.
P. A. Parks. Supt.
I)RESBYTERIAN church. Rev. Win. Coulter
pastor. Regular services at Urockway
every Sunday at 10 :30 a. in. At Yale every Sun
day at 7 too p. m., unless otherwise announced.
Meetings In Central Hall. Sunday school at 10
o'clock a. in.
F. A A. M.
BROCKWAY LODGE, No. 316.
Regular communications for 1899 will
V J De cd ou tne 'llowiur Thursday eve
'r Nnlnirsof each month at 8:00 o'clock In
Masonic IUM, Main street, Yale Jan. 28, Feb.
23, Mar. 23, April 20, May 25, June 22, July 20,
Aucust 17, Sept. 14, Oct. 12. Nov. 1(5, Dec. 14.
Visiting brethreu will receive a fraternal wel
come. O. R. Holden, W. M.
Henry Pearce. Sec. II. E. Beard, Treas.
K. O. T. M.
YALE TENT, NO. 88.
Regular review every
lstaud 3rd Tuesday even
their hall, Lutz Mock.
Visiting Knights will be
royally received. Members
requested to attend regu
larly. John llallock. Com
F.K. Minnie, It. K,
W. A. Cavanagh. P. K,
PEERLESS HIVE. 123 L. O.T. M.,
- - 'y.ip. Meets the first and third Friday
i?1- y evening of eacli month iu Macca-
ttbee Hall, at 8:oo o'clock.
f Nellie iMci'un, it, k.
I. O. O. F.
DVANCE LODGE, No. 110.
Meets every Friday evening at
their hall in Chamberlain block,
Yale. Members ol the order are
cordially Invited. Jas. A. Meuzies, N. G.
E. F. Fead, bee y. 11. w. Menerey, Treas.
AETNA COUNCIL NO. 670, R. A.
REGULAR MEETINGS first and third Wed
nesdays ol each month. Visiting brethren
invited. Ixxlue Room, Balleutlne's Hall. N. U.
WASHINGTON L. O. L., NO. 386.
REGULAR MEETINGS ON WEDNESDAY
EVENING on or before the full of the
moon each month in Forester Hall, Union Klk
Yale. Visiting brethren will receive a fraternal
welcome. William strong, W. M.
William McLeau, Sec.
DR. BEN J. CLYNE.
1)11 YSICI AN. SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR.
Office on Main street, first door south of Har
ris' Carriage Works. Vale. Office hours from 12
to 2 :30. Tuesdays and Saturdays all day.
f D. C. M. Trinity University, M.D.C.M.
111. Victoria University, Toronto, Ont. Office
and residence Main street in house formerly
occupied by Dr. J. Wells. Office hours : 7 to 8 a
in, 12 ni to 1 :30 p in, and after 6 p in.
DR. WM. YUILL.
OFFICE OVER HALLENTINE'S STORK.
Specialty, Surgery, and Diseases of Women
and Children. Office hours: 9 a. in. to 2 p. in.
Wednesday aud Saturday.
F. ALLEN, M. D.
1)HYSICIAN, Surgeon and Accoucheur.
Calls night or day promptly attended.
Successor to Dr. Pollock, Fargo. Mich.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Fargo. Mich.
Graduate of Medical Faculty of the Uni
versity of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Calls at
all hours will receive prompt attention.
DR. P. G. LATHROP.
DENTIST, has had 2G years experience In
Mechanical Dentistry. Uses the latest
methods of extracting teeth. Office In building
lately vacated by Dr. W. N. Armstrong.
GEO. H. BROWN, D.D.S.
DENTAL ROOMS, Stewart Block. Port Hur
on. Latest modes of operating, including
bridge work or artificial teeth without plates.
GEO. W. BELL,
AUCTIONEER, Yale. Real estate, personal
property or any kind of sales promptly at
tended to. Orders left at the Expositor office
will receive prompt attention. Correspondence
W. W. LORD.
AUCTIONEER. Peck. Mich., Is prepared to
attend all kinds of sales ou short notice and
at reasonable rates. Correspondence solicited.
Orders sent either by mall or telephone to Dr.
Toal at Peck will be promptly attended to.
AUCTIONEER, Real Estate dealer and Con
veyancer, lale, Mich. Auction Sales at
tended to with promptness. Land bought and
sold. Correspondence desired. Don't forget
us when you want anytb'ng In our line.
A GENERAL INVITATION Is extended to
all tocallandsee mewhenintown. Good
accommodations for commercial travelers and
farmers. A choice selection of wines, liquors
and cigars always on hand. Jerry u. Paisley,
TONSORIAL ARTIST, Yale. If you want a
first class hair cut, shave, shampoo or sea
foam, don't fail to give him a calf. Charges
J. B. STEVENS. .
VETERINARY 8UKGRON. Graduate of To
ronto Veterinary College. Menvbcr State
Veterinary Association. Calls promptly attend
ed day or nlir lit. office in buildlu'4 opposite
Commercial House, Yale, Mich.
"VOTARY PUBLIC (with peal i, Conveyancer,
ll Agency, Globe Fire Insurance (stock)
Co'y, organized In 1C3, cash capital 2,ooo,ooo.
Very lowest rntes. Write for terms. Urockway,
St. Clair Co., Mich.
Put Up at the
Union Hotel 1
PHIL. EICHHORN, JR., Prop.
Because Its hard work to supply
the demand all over the country for
J. D. LEWIS CO'S
They sell well, look well, feel weu,
wear welL For men, women and
children. Look for "Lewis" on
every shoe. Made only by the
I. B. LEWIS CO., Boston, Mass.
LEWIS WEAR RESISTERS"
Agents' name, E. B. FULLER A CO.
Facts and Fancies Picked Up By
Michael Magner was In Port Huron
Mrs. It. Copeland, who has been sick
Kate SShanahan, of Emmet, spent
Xmas with her parents In this place.
Dr. Cowie's father, of Ont , is spend
ing the holidays with him at this place5
Edna Lovelock, of Port Huron, is
spending the holidays with her mother
at this place.
Mass will be read in the Catholic
church at this place next Sunday at
the regular hour.
Many of our young people attended
the dance at Hotel Dewey, Emmet,
We understand our young people
are endeavoring to organize a debating
club. It's a good idea push it along.
A ball by the A. O. O. O. in McMa
hon's hall and a social by the Ladies
Aid of the Presbyterian church are
future possibilities, yet no dates have
The following is the officer roster
of Peninsular Tent for 18M: Com.,
Wm.Jurden; L.C., Thomas Lewis; F.
K., Stephen llalmer; It. K., George
VanNorman; Chap., (leo. Shearer; M.
at A., Chris Stevens; 1st M. of U., (Jeo.
Garling;2nd M. of (., Chas. Itussel;
Ser Lewis Michaels; Sen., Henry
Clomfoot; Picket. Michael Magner.
An adjourned regular meeting will be
held next Monday evening. During
1899 regulars will be held as follows:
Jan. 23, Feb. 20, March 27, April 24,
May 22, June 19, July 17, Aug. 14,
Sept. 18. Oct. 16, Nov. 13, Dec. 11. Also
on and after Jau. 1st Tent dues will be
only 50 cents per year instead of 31.00
as in the past.
Late to bed and early to rise prepares
a man for his home in the ekies. But
early to bed and a Little Early Riser,
the pill that makes life longer and
better and wiser. Grant llolden.
The newspaper is by all odds the
best advertising medium.
When you ask for DeWitt'a Witch
Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfeit
or imitation. There are more caees of
Piles being cured by this, than all
others combined. Grant Holden.
Leisure for men of business, and
business for men of leisure, would cure
many complaints. Mrs. Thrale.
Soothing, healing, cleansing, De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the im
placable enemy of sores, burns and
wounds. It never fails to cure piles.
You may rely upon it. Grant Holden.
Since the hero-kissing craze has start
ed, a young lady one morning was
caught kissing the grass, supposing it
to be Dewey.
Many a household is saddened by
death because of the failure to keep
on hand a safe and absolutely certain
cure for croup such as One Minute
Cough Cure. See that your little ones
are protected against emergency.
This house is furnished throughout
with Electric Call Hells, Electric Fans
and every other convenience for.the
comfort of guests.
Rates: $t.OO and 91.23 Per Day.
The pleasant things in the world are
fileaeant thoughts, and the great art in
ife is to have as many of them as pos
sible. A cough is not like a fever. It does
not have to run a certain course. Cure
it quickly and effectually with One
Minute Cough Cure, the best remedy
for all ages and for the most severe
cases. We recommend it because it's
good. Grant Holden.
Two Pointed Questions Answered.
What is the use of making a better
article than your competitor if you can
not get a better price for it?
Ans. As there is no difference in
the price the public will buy only the
better, so that while our profits may be
smaller on a single sale they will be
much greater in the aggregate.
llow can you get the public to know
your make is the best?
If both articles nre brought prom
inently before the public both aro cer
tain to be tried and the public will very
quickly pass judgment on them aim
use only the better one,
This explains the large sale of Cham
berlain's Cough llemedy. The people
have been using it for years and have
found that it can always be depended
upon. They may occasionally take up
with some fashionable novelty put
forth with exaggerated claims, but are
certain to return to the one remedy
that they know to be reliable, and for
coughs, colds and croup there is
nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough
llemedy. For sale by WiULennon.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Warner's White Wine of Tar
Syrup, the best cough remedy on
earth. 25 and DO cts.
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That Is what It was nade far
Memphis has four branch laundries.
The circuit court jury has been ex
cused 'till January V.
The liaptist church in Port Huron
has a membership of 574.
Horse races are to be held on Mack
river at Port Huron next Monday after
The Congregational church and soci
ety at Imlay City netted 1227.80 from
their recent fair.
Three blind boys from the State
school for the blind are giying exhib
itions around the state.
The Michigan Grand Lodge of
Masons will meet in Port Huron on
January 24 and remain in session the
most of the week.
William Myron has been appointed
supervisor in the township of Grant to
succeed Henry Streeter, the newly
elected county treasurer.
Over eight hundred and fifty mort
gages have been discharged at the
office of the register of deeds for St.
Clair county since January 1st, last.
The planing mill which has been do
ing business in Marlette since tho vil
lage existed is now a thing of the past,
the machinery being sold and remov
ed to Gagetown.
A man named McPherson. living six
miles southeast of Sanilac Centre, fell
from a beam in his barn striking on his
head and shouldere leaving him in a
Jas. Kobb, 75 years of age, a Seventh
Day Adyentist Drencher of Port Hur
on, while returning from a short
walk at 6 o'clock Monday evening
dropped dead when almost upon his
own doorstep. He was picked up by
Eassers-by, taken into his home and
r. Patrick summoned, but medical
aid was unavailing. The deceased wan
formerly a prominent resident of Sar
nia, but re-married about three months
ago and has since resided at 1613 Pine
(irove avenue, lie has several grown
up children by his first marriage, a son
residing at hetroit. The deceased
leaves considerable property.
List of petit jurors drawn to serve at
the January term of the Circuit Court
of Sanilac County and summoned to
be in attendance on the second day of
term, the 4th day of January, 1899, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon:
Jefferson Kathbun, Austin.
Daniel McClarev, Greenleaf.
Martin Walsh, Evergreen.
James E. Starr, Argyle,
Benjamin li. Bishop. Wheatland.
George Thornton, Marion.
William Wilson, Forester.
Alexander Wright, Bridgehampton.
Christian Pagel, Custer.
Charles Bulgreen, Moore.
Herbert Steyens, Lamotte.
J. W. Cawood, Marlette.
Christian Laurscn, Elmer.
Jerry Caughell, Watertowu.
Merton Munn, Washington.
Richard Mason, Sanilac.
Herbert W. Wixson, Lexington.
Ezra Taylor. Buel.
Thomas Halhoff, Elk.
John Beckton, Flynn.
E. I). Hilborn, Maple Valley.
Wm. S. Moore, Speaker.
Thomas Jolly, Fremont.
Anion Dor ward, Worth.
Charles Snay, Delaware.
William Deegan, Minden.
Robert MclUe, Austin.
William Kivel, Greenleaf.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails
to cure. 25c. The genuine has L. JJ. Q.
on each tablet.
We, tho undersigned, do hereby
agree to refund the money on a 50
cent bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cough or cold. We also guarantee a
25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
money refunded. E. L. Moore, Will
Itlpans Tabules cure torpid liver.
RIpans Tabules cure biliousness.
Rlpans Tabules: gentle cathartic.
Ripens Tabules cure bad breath.
RIpans Tabules cure constipation.
That Baric can be rurA with
Dr. Miles' NfcliVE PLASTER. Onl 25c
Yale Market Report.
Wheat, No 1 white C4
Wheat. No 2 red -3
Oats, per h J ... V7
l'eas 40 M
Barlev 65 75
Hay, No 1 timothy 00
liny, No 2 timothy A 00
1'otatoes, per bu SO
Ygen perdoz 18
Apples, per bu 60
lliK, dressed S 90
Live Hop, per ewt 3 75 a 00
Heef. live weight 6 00
Mutton, dressed 6 oo
I aid bs, dressed 7 00
Veal CO 7 00
Tallow, per lb 03
Chickens, dressed, per lb 06
Chickens, live, per lb 04
M AKKT.TS AT KOf.LKIl MILLS.
Tritle Flour, per cwt f 2 oo
Itell Flour, per cwt 1 60
Graham Flour, por cwt 2 00
Holted. Meal "
Feed " W
Bran " 70
Middlings " SO
One of tho most distressing sights, la
to ece a child almost choking with
tho dreadful whooping-cough. Give
the child Dr. Lull's Cough Syrup, the
greatest pulmonary remedy, and re
lief will come at once, the coughing
spells will re-occur less frequently,
and, in a few days, the sufferer will bo
entirely cured. No other remedy can
boajtc or so many cures.
Cures Whooplng-Cough quickly.
Does are small and pleasant to take. Doctors
recommend it. Trice n cents. At all Jrujglits.
Happy New Year
And the way to be happier is to buy one of our .Suits or Overcoats nj
warmth and happiness go hand in hand. Our
Slash In Prices
Is still on, with prices ou Overcoats ranging from 3.00 to $11.70. I&&
Suita from 84.00 to 310.00. The prices can't be beaten and ought to- Interflit
Shoes and Slippers
HOSiery Men'8' Womn8' andjChlldren'a, desireable and low "l
H a nH IVoKoh itCk-fo We nave Quite n numlM 'left fma
I iailUrCI LIllClo Christmas. See our lines at3 and 5 cents.
MIlfflfKQ Useful as ever. We have a nice line yet. The price
is down. The quality number one.
Don't forget our line of Notions and remember
our Slash In Clothing leads them all
Palmer & Co.
U Eatables, - h
v0 Everybody without an exception has a little something.
U) extra for holiday eating, no matter how high the?
7A live during the rest of the year. We are prepared
for this yearly rule with as complete a line of Fancy
Ol eatables as was ever brought to the village.
Sniiiiac From the cheapest to the best. Home palate
UllVCt ticklers among these.
f Pt-iiif-c? Prunes, Itatsms, Apricots, Apples, Currants.
Ui riUlla, The best Koing In dried fruits.
viv Nil he Lots of all kinds. Nothing better or more whole-
S" 1"UIJ some for Christmas.
rnnHic We will have as toothsome a line for your In
VtUllUICd, spectlou as you could wish.
PrAch Fi-iilr-c Manana, Oranges, Lemon. Orapw.
rrldll rrllllS What Is nicer than fresh fruits.
These are a few of the many things we offer for Christ
mas, as specialties. The remainder of our line is f ully
as complete. When shopping for the holidays, give us
a call. All 'Phone orders receive prompt attention.
H. E. Beard,
Union Block. YALE. MICH.
YALE BAZAAR AGAIN I
MRS. TAYLOR HAS OPENED OUT A PULL LINE OV
.Christmas Holiday Goods
China and Glassware, Games, Dolls, Cabs,
Books, Drums, Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Albums, Toilet Cases, Glove and
Handkerchief Cases, Etc.
Everything in the line of presents. Dolls by the hundred, from one cent
up. These goods were bought at the lowest cash prices and must be cloaeJ
out by Jan. 1st. They will go at prices that will not fail to move thera. Call
and look them over, you will not fail to buy.
MRS. M. H. TAYLOR.
Fitzgerald Building-. Yale, Mich.
Grand Trunk R'y System
Condensed Schedule of all Passenger Trains to and from Pert Huron.
DETROIT AND PORT HURON DIVISION.
D Means Daily. X Except Sunday.
From Tort Huron Read Down. From Detroit-Kead Up
X X D X D statioxs. D X X 3t D
pm pm pm am am am pm pm pro oiu
7 40 4 00 13 20 7 40 6 oo It Tort Huron ar s 6T. lii bio 1215
8 10 4 35 12 62 8 20 S 32 ar Lenox Iv 920 1 14 24 088 1145
8 32 6 10 1 21 8 00 6 68 ar Mt. c eniens Iv 8 60 12 4' 2 04 ft 10 11 va
0 15 800 200 940 6 4o ar D rolt Iv 7 66 12 05 1 30 4 20 10O
pm pm pm am am am pm pm pm rm
llapids, Chicago, and all local stations.
From Tort nuron Read Down.
From West-Read Up.
a 6 20 am
a 7 00 am
b 8 4
X 4 35
Iv Tort Huron ar
nr ..Lapeer Iv
ar Flint Iv
ar .... Dnrand Iv
ar Kajrlnnw.. Iv
Bay City Iv
ar liranrt ItapM Iv
ar M llwaukee (by Steamer) 1 v
:i r uinainir iv
ar Name Creek Iv
ar Culcapo Iv
D D X X
am am noon pm
12 SO 7 00 12 01) 9 J4)
II 24 6 CO 10 46 8 N
10 62 5U 1DIU 7 as
10 24 4 40 9 BO Lj
asm X 7 BO b 99
as 20 x7 in t4 35
7 '-D C 45 1M
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"27 If. (M m
3 02 8 IS 11 32 9 99
pm pm pm I cue
x Except Sunday. I) Dally. a Via Flint.
n Via Durand
TRAINS TO AND FROM EASTERN POINTS.
Central Time West of Tunnel. Eastern Time Fast of Tunnel.
12 68 12 45
Iv rtlliiron ar
iv SiiriiU s.div
iv Sarnia 11 dlv
ar Toronto Iv
ar Montreal lv
ir Mindon Iv
ar Hamilton Iv
ar DuiTalo Iv
f 7 60
pm pm pui
1 40 8 60 V 21.'
2 25 7 00
1 1 65 4 80
8 3o 100
am pm pm"
I 2 10
a Via Flint. bVLiDarand 0 Via St. Marys. fVU Hamilton e Via Rtratlord.
Tarlor. Sleeping and Dining Cars on all through trains.
C. M. HAYS, General Manager. W. E. DAVIS. O.T. & T. A., Montreal.
These companies have the lowest rate to all points Eat and "West selllntr throuph tlrkfta
over all connecting lines In the couutry; a1o ocean steamship tickets to and from turone la
connection. Call or write lor particulars, tickets, complete time tables, maps, etc,
C. R. CLARKE, Taenserand TkketApent. Port Huron. City Office, 817 MilL
tary Street, City Opera House Block, I'honelS. Depot office, Tnnnel SLitlv.0, Thone asi-sr