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Beavis & Hutchinson
Ladies' Coats and Furs
We still have a few left and want to close them
out. If you need a coat or fur it will pay you to see
them. The price is no object. We are bound to sell
them, every one.
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We have a full line of all kinds and sizes. If you
want to keep your feet warm and save a doctor
bill, come and let us show you.
Felts and Rubbers - Socks and Rubbers
Storm Alaskas, Overshoes, in fact anything you may need in the
line of footwear, we have got it, and the kind that wears.
The Mishawaka Ball Brand is the best. Once tried
you will have no other.
You will find what you are looking for in the above line here
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
UomiinlKT s. carry a line line of the Yale Canning Company's
Canned (Jooils. Among the amo you will find Canned Corn,
Peas, Tomatoes and Pumpkins. Every can guaranteed. Why not
patronize home industry and buy Yulo canned goods. There is no
better quality on earth than Yale canned goods, put up right here
at home. You know when 3011 get 11 can of Corn, Peas, Pumpkin
or Tomatoes put up by the Yale Canning Co. that they are clean and wholesome.
On Saturday, January 9th, 1904, the National Biscuit Co.'s
Demonstrator will be at our store from 11:00 a. m. to8:00
p.m. He will have a full line of goods made by
them, and we extend you a special invita
tion to call and get sample of same.
Highest Market Prices Paid for Produce.
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The Big Busy Store on the Corner.
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Ix..lm-y N now at l.;u..l. liavin- a f.-w li.-alm- stoves ,
Mill in Mock. 1 li ivr l "ll. r Hi- I.I :u iiin
will n rtain'V move tin in ijuirkly. Then art only a
few of tln-M' liarain- ami you slioiiM luy TO
. . DAY to make Mire
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Have other Lari'ms to oiler voti ami wouM like you to mil
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ami take a.lvatitae ot tlu-n? splenuni ouci. -vn m
the alov' Moves are :uaiaiitee.l to lie
first -elaM .
Wishing you a prosperous New Year and
hoping to sell you a stove NOW,
I am, yours truly.
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GEORGE W. BELL
IT ill .ill .in.! I x'. rl. in-' .l
II voti xfft to liavf a pale
t in'.l r winter 1 am irt-I.ar-'l
to uUeml it on short no-ti.M-
nui at a reasonable j'rice.
Have hul twenty-two years
of itactiral eXlHTience.
It will iiy you to see the
get hi prirp beforo eiiffajjlnK
Order. left attho I'.xpositor
ofJieo will receive prompt attention.
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...Watch and Wait...
& for our (iUl':i:N TACi SAL!-:. We haw taken
stoek ami timl lot.- of oiMh and end- whieli will
I if elo-ed out at mvv tliat will a-toni.-h you.
1 Sale Commences Wednesday, January 13
and Ends Friday, January 22.
It will 1k a ten day wonder sale for you in val
ues. Our window display of l.ir;::un will Ik
ehanM'd 'Very morning during th'n halo.
It "Will ci-y "ITc-u. To "Wciit
ine vaie i-air.
F. K. MATHEWS, Prop.
Subscribe For The Expositor.
i t h pijcut wm lit I'ort llurnn l-ri-(U
Ir. Win lit nnil f Miii:ly rettirnel home
on I ri iny U-t.
Ynit MehonnM vjxiteil Yale friend
the lir-t of the week.
Muty I'Hckcr lms relnrne'l t her
sch'H.I near St. (.Imr.
Metirv Seconl, if Toronto, was at
l're.l Record's Ut week.
lUrriet llsycji fpent the imt week
in l'rt llnron anil Petroit.
Naomi I ! row 11 hits returned to her
fchoitl in South I'l-rt Huron.
W. II. I.earmont miuI wifepent New
Ycr'n ly with L'rotwell frieml.
J. I. Kienthal rpent the fore part
of the eek with friends in letroit.
II II. Menerey wms in I'ort Huron on
buine.xs Wednesday and Thursday.
I.uzie Menerey, of Coleman, was
here Thursday lal vifitin reUtivex.
I' i r and James t'otttiell hpent their
vaeHtioti with friends in Crtdeo, Out.
All.'-rt Steord and wife, of I'.hv 'itv,
iiri-. Miiion Yale fru-iids la-t week.
V. .1 l.'i linutou and wife were Vl:t
mi: liirlrtle Jriends New Year' d.y.
'Mr-. K l. I'i eeher mil dauhii-r
MutcM ui-ri' m l'ort llur.in Welne"
llei ry .!(!. Ii-om, nf llihirate, Out.,
v i - n .1 M-ter, Mr. I 'en j . ly n , .it
Vel 11 iMiid-t mid I'lioilv Vi-ile I reli-live-
in W.ind-toek , o:j., m ,;it
w i e k .
( 'ha. Noble :ind family were K"el
of I'. I:. I'.eeeher and family New
Mr-. .Iii. Weleh and i'nsie I'.IN.
worth vi-'ted North Krancu friend-
the pa-t weeW.
May Fitzzerald nnd Kate Sheehy
have returned to Notre I tame after the
('. t'ooprr, of Cro.well, and Henry
Cooper, of Mrathroy, Out., vinited Yale
friend;; this week.
lJ.rt Middlcton and wife, of l'ort
Huron, were Kuets of A. K. Jackson
and wife on Tuesday.
Alex, l'.ell and triilc, of Stayner,
Ont., wct9 Rueata of their aunt, Mrs.
J. I'.axter, the past week.
Will Hyd went to Tort Huron
Tuesday morninR whero ho will serve
as a circuit court juryman.
Jacob VanClief has returned home
from a visit to Canadian friends. His
nephew came with htm to vinil for a
Mollie M. I'.rown returned to Cole.
man Saturday lat where she will re
sume her dutici as teacher in the pub
Mr, c. l;. (Sr.iy, of LansinR, and Mrs.
(ieo. I'.atos, of KuttersTtlle, have been
puen at tho homo of their aunt, Mrs.
M. A. Johnson tho past week.
J iid ne. Tannan was up from Tort
Huron Thursday night last to attend
the installation of newly elected
otlicersof I'rockway lodge, F.A.M.
Kichard Tcahan, who recently re
signed his position in the drug store at
Cro-well, has Rone to l'.i Kspids to
take a business cuureo in the Ferris
Mr. aud Mrs. W. If. Callentine. Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Iiallenttne and two
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Drake,
daughter Jean, and Mrs. Mary Harris
attended tho funeral of Mrs. Frank
Minnie in l'ort Huron Wednesday.
Savod From Torrlblo Doath
The family or Mrs. M. 1. I'obbitt, of
IJargerton, Tenn., saw her dying and
were powerless to save her. The most
skillful physicians and every remedy
used, failed, while consumption was
slowly but surely taking her life. In
this terrible hour Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption turned dls
palr into joy. Tho first bottle brought
immediate relief and its continued use
completely cured her. Ita the most
certain cure in the world for all throat
and lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles
f.oc and 81.00. Trial bottles free at
('rant llolden's druR store.
( lit l. II or i Hl;!r
Morning ervire: iiiiiImv vehool at
, U;(o; preHclitog at 1 1 :"'; 1 linMinn Kn
i deavor at ii.:5o p. in : preaching at 7::;;
' prayer meeting at 7::5 I hnrsdny even-
ting. o. D. Fiximier, I'ator. j
Services will be held lit the I'resbv I
terian church at the uual hours.
I'reaehing at 10:.'M a. in. and 7:00 p. in.; j
Sunday School at 1 1 : 1 a. in; C. K. '
meeting at :io p. in.; mid-week meet-1
ing on Thursday evening at 7:.". p. m
HUH K (IIAI H.
Sunday servient;- Uegular morning
and evi ning erviees bv tho Church f
Chrift in tiie I'.riek Chapel. lu:oo m.
prenehing; 1 1 a. m Mtnday aehool;
';:u p. in Chri-tiau Kndeavor meeting;
7:''' i. m. presehing; Wednesday, M:iai
l. in pra er meeting and Bible studv
service. A cordial welcome. II if.
MiiTiioiu-r ri:on sr..vr
2 H r t r I meeting next atun!ay af
ternoon and Sunday evening. I'ev .1.
W. Oray, president ot tin Miehij-in
conference, will make hi- olhetal v.tt
A e rlHl invitation is extemted to all
to come and her 'lilll
m v riioi'i-1 ri oei..
s meeting, o M'elic ; presc'iing
hvr ff n.:;o m . m ; utiil iv -elio . 1 1 .:;o
m.iii : .1 n 1 1 ior l.esne ::."i p in. : I. ,i a i ir i h
l.esgne '. p. in.; preaching 7;" p. n.
Iluir-!av evening praver meeting
Hri CKW.iy ''.."i p. in. j.ri'io'Miii.
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New Shoe Store.
Ladies, ":i-nlH and children call in and look over our
.... line of . . . .
Rubbers, Rubber Boots, Overshoes,
Heavy Socks, Leather Boots, Etc.
You will lie .sure to find something that will ple-aso you.
Wo havt jUt received a line line of
.Iuit what you need to keep yotiiself and your lio::
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
Everything i in the name rtlien it
chum lo Uili'h llael Salve. I). C. Ie
W itt .S; Co., of Chicago, dl-covered "ine
year ug' how to m ike h -ilve from
Wpeti llael thiit N a pceith tor piles.
For blind, bleeding, itching and pro
truding pile-, eczema, cut-, burn,
brui-ea and all skin dieascs DoWitt's
Salve has no eipisl. This has given
riu to numerous worthless counter
feits. Af-k for DeWitt's tho genuine.
Sold by irant Ilolden.
General Business Situation.
Cent I'er Cent for January says:
It cannot bo truthfully raid, how
ever, that an era of hard times is dawn
ing. Such may exist in Wall Street,
but their importance as concerns Inn
rest of tho country has been grossly
exaggerated. The public may look
askanco at the goods displayed on the
financial bargain counter and pass
them by, but tho wheels ot industry
and trado throughout the land contin
ue to go merrily round. The cotton
spinning industry of New Kngland
may experience a slight chill due to
the high price of that staple, but it will
not be for long. Farmers everywhere
are rejoicing in the bounteous crops
and the high price obtainable fortheir
surplu. Kallroads are being unshed
to handle and transtiort the tonnage
otlered them, and the benefit from
the new extension, equipment ami
betterment upon which coloal um
were expetiiled are now beginning to
be fully realized, and will oon figure
eonsplciously in renortsof net revenue.
The country is -till full of o.o .ev. but
the farmer and the savings tetnks are
the holders of the surplus funds to
day instead of Wall Street It h com-
tnon report ami ng the railroad fmter
nitv that orders for twenty. four thous
and Cars of which the railroads are
now in actual need, are being held up
until alter the lirt of the year.
CURED AFTER SUFFERING 10 YEARS.
P..F. Hare. Supt. Miami Cycle At Mfg.
Co.,Middletown,().,sullered for 10 years
with dyspepsia. He spent hundreds of
dollars for medicine and with doctors
without receiving any permanent ben
efit. He says, "One night while feel
ing exceptionally bad I was about to
throw down tho evening paper when I
saw an item in the (taper regarding the
merits of Kodol Dyspeppi Cure. I
concluded to try it and whila I k4 no
faith in it I felt better after the second
doe. After using two bottles I am
stronger and better than I havo leen
in years, and I recommend Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure to my friends and acquain
tances sulTering from stomach trouble."
Sold by (irsnt Ilolden.
lilankt Is from
l'luh Holies from
L. SilYerttiorn, Manager.
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YALE HARNFSS CO.
W. W. ADAMS
has just received a full
stock of Fall nnd Winter
goods, such as
and In fact everything in
his line, ('all and look
over Lis stock.
Repairing Neatly Done.
ABSTRACTS EXAMINED. MONEY
TO LOAN on lUal Kmjttr, M.irrlaro
I'rob.U I'rartlcr n Sivrl.iltv. Muccsorto Law
Practice aixt I n i. - .( Jut:r IUrry
-T- -f Pojiral Director.
Licensed Kmbalnier by the
State Hoard of Health.
1'ull line or
Collins, Caskets, Funeral Supplies
1 White Hearse and 2 Black Hearses.
Have You Trie I Our Plain
qjf MIXKD PICKLKj?,
apple nurri: u.
Thev nro fino goods nnd will suit
your taste. .
Ak for anything In the lino ot tint
cla.i meats and we can aupjily )ou at
reasonably low prices nnd guarantee
vou good weights, and quick delivery.
Dealer lo Dry Goods and Groceries,f '
Mcnoy to Lean
upon good notes anil other hecuntits
at low rata of lnt-ret
All calls promptly attended.
NOW IS THE TIME
to have vour
A laru assortment of MouM-,
inj, Matting, Etc, alwaya in
stock. Jc)airinr, UpholstcriniT'
nml nil hhop work tIom promptly.