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FIRST NATIONAL BAM
, YALE. MICU
Thla Poult U under United Statai
Default having ben mado In the conditions
ot a certain innrhcage nvide by Ann Eliza Was
tell and ICUza (illlott of the City of Port Huron,
to the Lambtou Loan ami Investment Company
SarnLa. Ontario, dated the 3otli day of ttf
tcinber. ism, and recorded In the oftlce of the
JtKtsteir of Deeds for the County of St. Clair,
K State of Micniif in, on the 4th day of October,
lHiM, In l.tber 81 of Mortua.i:?s at pane 174, which
said mortgage and the note accoiupanyluu the
wtme were thereafter aud on the iJ2d day of Oc
tober, Ih'js. duly assigned by the said Lambtoit
Loan ami Investment Company to Sarah 1.
Uurd and F. W. Kitterinaster, said assignment
holm recorded In the olllco of the Register of
DetMis for the County of St. Clair on the Ktli
day of November. lJ8, In Liber II of Assign
ments of Morteaijes at page ou which tourt-
Sage there is claimed to be due at the date of
lis notice, for principal and interest the sum of
threo thousand two hundred fifty eight aud
73-luo (&t,2.r.73) dollars, and an attorney fe of
forty $ 10.00) dollars provided for In said tnoi t
Kage, and no suit or proceeding at law having
been Instituted to recover the moneys scoured
by said mortae, or any party thereof. Is ow
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of the
V power of siile contained in said mortgage, aud
the statute in such case made and provided, on
the 30lh day of December,MSW4, at nine 'clock
in the forenoon, the nudersigned will sell, at
the east front door of the court house (city hail)
in the City of Port Huron, that being the plm'e
where the Circuit Court lor the County of St.
Clair Is held, at public, auction to the higtest
bidder, the premises described in s;wt mortgage,
or so much thereof as maybe neoeswary to pay
the amount so due as aforesaid, together with
five and three-quarter (ri per cent Interest, and
ail legal costs, and the attorney foe aforesaid,
said premises being described as follows, no
wit, a parr, of 1 t seven (7) in block ninety-three
((!) according to White's 1'lat of said city, being
titty (50) feet in width and bounded on the
North by Hlack river. East by land of White,
South by Water street, and West by land of
Carletoi!, all in said Clt v of Port Huron, Count y
of St Clair, and state of Michigan.
Dated September l:X)4.
s vlf All I. CURD. and
1.' vv 1; 1 tv k" v t isri.'i'
by Helen L. Kitterinaster, executrix of the
estate of F. W. Kitterinaster, deceased.
AssiUe of Mortgage.
Attorneys for Assignees, Port Huron, With.
State of Miclilgiii'o.nitv of St. n iir !-.
At a session of t.'ie Prohate Court for said
Countv of St. Cluii . held at the Probate l)ie, in
the City of Port Hnr iii.on the 3rd day of o-tUT
in the year one tlnin ttnl nine hundred ud four.
Present, Mclic A. Crahaiu. Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the INtate of Tryphlna II.
Mintross Deceased. William (i. Jenks liaviuu'
filed his petition, with this Court, praviii- that
, a certain iust ruuieiit now on lile mav leal!ovvei!
find admitted to Probate as and for the last vp
anditestlinent of the said deeeaeii, and 'that
, the administration of said estafe may be grant-
ed to bin) or S'jme oilier suitable person.
It 1-oi'di-l'e I. that l litiisil.iv the llllli tt,ii i
November to xt.at i:0(i o'clock in t!ie 1.mvi.h.;i
at said Probate oill-ie, be appointed lor heariu
And it is further ordered, that a copy of .this
order be published three successive weeks pre
vious to said day of hearing m the Yale Expos
itor a newspaper printed and circulating in said
County of S. Clair.
.(A true copy.) STEPHEN A. CRAHAM,
ii-ti Judge of Probate.
State of Michigan. County of St. Clair, s
In the matter of the estate of Christopher
Faust, an insane person.
Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance and
by virtue of an order granted to the undersigned,
as guardian of the estate of said Christopher
Faust, by the ILuu Stephen A. Craliam Judeof
probate in and for said county, on the 13t inlay of
eptember, A. 1, l'.'Ol, there will be sold at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder, at the premises
4n the town of Greenwood in said county, on
Friday the 11th day of November. A. !., lix4, at
two o'clock In the afternoon of said day all of
the xlght, title and interest of the said Christo
pher Faust in aud to the following described
real estate, viz., an undivided one-seventh (1-7)
interest In aud to the East naif (t) of the North
west quarter (i) of Section fourteen il4) Town
eight (8) North, Range fifteen (1) East, subject
to a contract of sale to David Faust and the
Dated this soth day of September. A. D., 1!4.
E.H. DRAKE, HENRY H. DOELLE.
Attorney for Estate. Guardian of the es-23-4
tate of Christopher Faust,an Insane person
FOR H KA KINO CLAIMS 11RROHR COURT.
State o4 Michigan, County of St. Clalr, as.
Notice Is Uereby given, that by an order of
the Probate Court for the County of St. Clair,
made on tlie 2i'd day of September, A. D., v.m,
six months were allowed for creditors to pre
sent their claims against t&e estate of John A.
Jackson . Ute of said county, deceased, and that
all creditors of said deceaed are required to
firesent their ciauus to said Probate Court, at
he Prohai O'llee, In the City of Port Huron,
for examination and allowance, on or before the
V3rd day of January next, and that such claims
will be heard before said Court ou Tuesday the
2-Jd day of November, and 011 Monday the zul
day of January next, at i):00 o'clock In the fore
noon of each of those days.
Dated September 2fi. A. D.. 10M. 23-5
J. A. KAPLEY. STEPHEN A. GRAHAM,
Attorney for Estate. Judge of Probate.
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Youcansavs 10 jr cent by buying
your smoking and chewing
J. D. McKEITH'S.
,.v..C3rtlct; Candies and Cijara...
Moien From E. S. George's Stor In
Detroit In Early Morning.
Detroit, Mkb.. Oct. 24. -Fur Uilerw
dolre4 another "special" dividend
do Ua stocks carried by Detroit fu.
i4ra xeter4ax morniBg. vrhen E. S.
Ooorgeg store, 148 Jeffersoa avenue,
vu broken tntx sometlma before 3
o'clock and from $3,000 to $3,600 worth
f booty was carried away. Patrol
nan Ish&m. who was making his
pounds at 2 o'clock, made tho disco v-
That a well-organized band of rob
bers Is making this particular line of
robberies their specialty Is proven by
the police records for the past few
years Bis hauls are generally made
and soime of the very bo; of furs
are carried off each time, leading to
the suspicion that the robbers are ex
perienced In tho fur business.
The robbery of Sunday morning
bears this out and no clue Is left as to
rhe perpetrators or their booty. Ten
or twelve coats valued at $300 were
Benton Harbor Shocked Over Death
of Prominent Young Man.
Benton Harbor. Mich., Oct 24. cit
izens of Benton Harbor were shocked
B.unday morning upon loarnlag qf the
dtath of Frank J. SJsson, aged 27, one
of the most prominent young men of
thd city, who died suddenly from an
overdose of morphine and other drugs.
Sisson was a brother-in-law of Mayor
Glllet He was sick but a short time
and flvo physicians were present when
The deceased was a son of George
D. Sisson. of tho lumber firm of SIo
son & Llllle, well-known over tho en
tire state and -northwest. Burial will
take placo at Indianapolis, a special
car on the Big Four being chartered
for tho funeral party.
Eighteen Persons Injured.
Worcester, Mass., Oct 24. In a rear
end collU on between two trolley cars
on the Westboro and Marlboro street
sallway, two and a half miles west of
Westboro Sunday, ejhtoen people
wore Injured. It is thought all cf the
Injured will recover. Slippery rail;-,
are accountable for tho accident. A
Worcester street railway car was be
Ing sent to Worcester for repairs, an'l
when on a hill the car kicked. Before
the motorman could get control of it
tho car ran backward down the hT.l
At the foot of tho hill on a curve it
was met by a car from Marlboro to
Worcester, which was making good
ppeeil to climb the bill. The cira
crashed tocretfier with terrific force.
Ths Old, Old Story.
Saginaw, Mich., Oct. 24. Xcra
Johnson, a domestic at the home of
Floyd Xevins, three and a half miles
from Alma, was shot and Instantly
killed by Prank Jameson, employed on
the farm. A charge of buckshot en
tered Ur neck and almost severed her
head. Jameson Is held to await the
result of the coroner's Inquest Ho
eays he did not know the gun wa
loaded and fired In fun.
Powers Sent to Ion la.
Flint, Mich., Oct 24. Harry Pow
ers, convicted of having burglarious
tools in his possession, has been sen
nced by Judge WIsner In tho circuit
court to from one to ten years at the
Ionia reformatory. ,
Neck Broken In Fall.
KTles, Mich., Oct. 24. Christ Moler,
tZtA 40 years, residing in the country
northwest of here, fell from a load of
Lhlngles here and his neck was
broken. He died Instantly.
Waggaman's Affairs Tangled.
Washington, Oct 24. As the affairs
of Thomas Jl Waggaman, recent treas
urer of tho Catholic University 0
America, become more tangled every
day, there seems no hope of the unl
verslty obtaining possession of any
part of the trust fund intrusted to him
for investment This condition 'is
known at Rome and within the past
weeft the rector and trustees of the
Institution have received a direct or
der from the pope to make good the
loss which the Institution will sustain.
At the present Juncture nearly $oQ,000
msut be obtained In order to continue
the university along its usual lines.
There are fifteen trustees naw serving
on the board and each one is lando re
Bponidble for about $3,500.
Killed In His Saloon.
Chicago, Oct. 24. Wbilo resist'ng
in attempt to rob him as he sat in vld
place of business la6t nrght, William
IT. Knelcrlng, a saloonkoepor at 3200
Princeton avenue, was shot In the ab- I
!omen by one of four highwaymen .
nd killed almost Instantly. The rob
bers escaped, mit not before one of
Ihf m was ehot and wounded, leaving a
frail of blood as he staggered from
Ihe saloon. 8everal arrests have b-on I
made, but none of ths suspects has j
keen positively Identified. (
Fire Cort Two Lives.
Mexico, Mo., Oct. 24. In a C-.o
which dostroyed property valued at
$40,000 here Sunday, a negro employe
of a livery barn lost his life and IV.
W. It. Kendall, a veterinary surgeon,
was fatally burned. Among the build
ings destroyed were the First Met' 0
list church and Leo Bros.' livery ban,,
fn which twenty-five high-class homes
PUT IllfJ TO SLEEP
Burglars ChloroAirined and Robbed a
AND THEN R01CO HI3 STORE
Got $73 From Hts Trousers Blew Up
Bake Oven ! Mistake For Safe
Just Missed (totting $150 Lodgo
Lapeer, Mch, Oot 26; One of the
most daring rectories ever perpe
trated In the hWary of this city was
committed at a early hour in the
morning. The asettuirant and confec
tionery store c4 Daniel 1 1 anion was
broken into and than set on fire.
The robbers .fin entered the build
ing by way of stairway facing the
street, going u sa4 gaining aa en
trance to tho Irr&ftg rooms of the fam
ily aver the stoat by cutting a square
tola Ln a caaws ourtaln covering a
spaco whero a nJUrttow had been taken
ut and unlaoii& the door. They
tkea proceeded - the room eooupled
y Mr. Hatflon, chloroforming him and
eelzed a pair of trousers containing
$79 in money.
Going back to th rear of tho store
the robbers used dynamite to blow up
what they supposed to be a vault con
taining money. This was a placo
whloh had boen oooupiod by an oven
when Mr, Hanloa ran a bakery. Af
ter their failure to get money thero
they went to the front of the store ar.d
took a cigar slot machine containing
several dollars In nickels, and also
confiscated Mr. Hanlon's bicycle, but
overlooked $150 of lodge money be
longing to tho Foresters and the la
dles' auxiliary. After setting fire to
he building It Is supposed they
caught a freight train, as the trousers,
bleyclo and broken slot machine were
found afterwards In the Michigan Cen
tral stock yards, near tho tracks.
The fire had gained considerable
headway wh--n discovered by Mr. Han
Ion, who awoke at 5 o'clock almost
suffocated by smoke and the effects of
tho drup. Tho flro loss Is $1,300, par
tially covered by Insurance, The sher
iff and several deputies are working
cn the case, but so far have discov
ered no trace of the robbers.
Carunna's Waterworks Men Want Pay
For Ten Hours.
Corunna. Mich., Oct. 23. Fifty men
employed cn the city's new water
works system struck last evening be
cause Contractor M. Walker of Fen
fon would not in future guarantee
!hem $1.50 a day.
In the past tho men have been re
ceiving 15 cents an hour for a 10-hoi:r
f"ay, but since the days have become
shorter they have been working In
reality only about nine hours. . Mr.
Walker proposed to pay at the same
rate, but only for the aotual time put
In, and the men struck. An effort
will be made to fill their places at
Into Receiver's Hands.
Lansing, Mich., Oct. 25. Upon a
jHeatkm of E. Bemenfs Sons, exten
sive manufacturers of stores and farm
ftnpleTTtrnts, tho affafri of that corpo
ration were praoed ln the hands of
he Detroit Trust Co., which will con
tfmre the bnniness with a view to
Esuldatlng all liabilities and giving
the company an oyfortunlty to effect
a permanent organization on a more
anuple financial basts. The company
13 capitalized at .$1,250,000, and does
an enormous business throughout the
Expense Is Too Much.
Coninna, Mich., Oct 25. For the
past four years Shiawassee county
has paid out thousands of dollars a
year in medical pupplles and doctors'
bills for smallpox patients. The coun
ty board of supervisors, ln session
her, proposes to put a stop to a large
amount of this expenditure and here
after bills for persons who will make
oath that they are indigent alone will
be paid by the county. It is already
costing the county nearly $1,000 a
month to take care of Its poor.
Stray Bullet Killed Him.
Ionia, Mich., Oct 25. Target prac
tice got in Eome of Its work near here
that resulted ln the instant death of
Fred Bird, 1 years of age. Bird, with
some companions, was walking along
he banks of Grand river east of town,
and a little farther east a party of
young men wero shooting at a target,
tfie charge of one of the guns going
wide of the mark, struck young Bird
full in tho chert, killing him instantly.
J.n Investigation will be made, but the
sheriff is satisfied the shooting was ac
c'dental and will make no arrests.
Gets Child and $20 Monthly.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct 25. Judge
KInce has dissolved the Injunction re
straining Mrs. Mary Berry of Ypsilantl
from having the custody of the Berry
child, and has granted her $20 per
month alimony and $25 solicitor's fee
pending the divorce proceedings. The
husband, O car Berry, a Jewelry
clerk t YpsLUt&ti, wants a divorce on
the grounds of cruelty and neglect
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON V, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL &E-RJE&, OCT. 30.
rx of tint Uuioa, II KIjiki vl, M-30.
- Btomory Vrse, 15-17 4i olden Text,
Pa. uslf, T ComwtaUrr Prepaid
fey Its. D. M. S4rn.
tOowiM. 100 by Aiuecicaa Prea Association.
A good title for a largo part of the
Bible would be "Tho Lord God, the
God of IaraeL who ouly doeth won
droua things," and every devout heart
should cry: "Bks&od Ui II U glorious
pa me forever, and let tho wholo earth
be nltad with lib glory. Amen and
ameuT' (IV lxxlL 18, 10). From be
ginning to end III.' name is wonder
ful, aud IIo la ever doing wondrous
things ln love and grace for and
through tho sinful sons of men.
Ullaha, the man of God, is still before
us aa a samplo of what man might and
ought to be, for wbilo there Is but one
perfect pattern, tho man Christ Jesus,
there are many who may bo followed
as fur as they follow God, but the very
bleated way Li to see no ono but Jesus
only, to run with patience, looking un
to Jwsus (Mark ix, 8; Heb. xli, 1, 2); to
oeR from man, and bohold the Lord
(Isa. 11, 22; ill, 1).
The opening versos of our chapter
tell of tho lww liou.se by Jordan which
the sons of the prophets started to
build beeausw the place where they
dwelt with Ellsha was too strult for
them. Whether thero is a hint here
or not that ElLsua'a holy Ufo was too
narrow a way for thorn I cannot say,
but one cannot forget the Incident of
the Kuarch Cor Elijah, because they
were not la full fellowship. There is
many a holy life today that - in too
great u trial even for other believers
in the b;iniu household, and God docs
not compel holiuetw, so Ellsha let them
go uud even went with them to help
them, for lovo U always kind even to
those who cannot seo as we do.
Our lesKon propi r concerns the de
liverance wrought by God through
Elisibu for tho king of Israel, and nksj
Elishu's own Ucllveruuco from the
king of Syria, reminding us of l's.
11, 1-4; xxxiii. 10, 11. The child of God
may well take real comfort from such
words u.s these: ''No weapon that Is
formed against thee shall prosper."
"They that war against theu shall be
as nothing and as a thing of naught"
(Isa. llv, 17; ill. 12). Tho king of
Syria thought to entrap tho king uf
Israel, but th lattor being warned Ly
Elisliu, the man In fellowship v.itU
God, saved himself from the hands oi'
the king of Syria more than unco, no
that tho king of Syria thought that
there must surely be u traitor ln his
camp who in romo way I'oiumuu.cii.ii
liia plans to Ihe king of Israel. When
one uf his servants assured him that
it was not m, but that there was a
prophet in Israel who could tell the
king of Israel his most secret word'",
then he determined to lay hands on
the prophet, and, hearing that ho was
at Dolhan, he sent thither a great hot
of horses and chariots, which came by
night and compassed the city about,
that they might capture the man of
God, but how vain are the thoughts
and purposes of men who know not
God. The humble man of God is per
fectly quiet and unmoved, for ho sees
another host of horses and chariots
which ordinary eyes cannot see. IILs
heart could truly sing, "I will not
fear though an host should encamp
against me" (l's. xxvii, 3). "Behold,
God Is my salvation; I will trust and
not be afraid" (Isa. ill, 2).
Not so his servant who cried, "Alas,
my master; how shall we do?" As
Gehazl had become a leper, it was
probably some one ln his place, yet
even Gehazl might well have been
afraid, for he, too, if a child of God.
was also out of fellowship. Elisha
did not reason or argue with his serv
ant but with these words assured and
com fort ed him, "Fear not for they
that be with us are more than they that
be with them" (verse 1G). and then
he asked the Lord to open his servant's
eyes that he might see, and he, too,
saw the mountain full of horses and
chariots of fire roundabout Dllsha.
In Horn, vlll, 2G. 31, 34, wo seo God
for us, Christ for us, the Spirit for us,
and we have the beautiful assuring
words, "If God be for us who can
be against usV" Yet we are slow to
believe that nil things are Just as God
says, and we do well to pray that God
would enlighten the eyes of our under
standing that we may know what is
tho hope of our calling and the riches
of the glory of Ills lnheritauco in us;
that lie would open our understand
ings that we might understand the
Scriptures (Eph. 1, 18; Luke xxlv, 43).
God can as easily blind as open eyes,
so, at Elisha' request He blinded these
Syrians, and Elisha brought them to
Samaria, to the king of Israel, whom
they were really seeking, for they only
wanted Elisha because he kept them
from the king of Israel. Again at the
request of Elisha the Lord opened
their eyes and they found themselves
ln the hands and at the mercy of the
king of Ifrnel, who, instead of smiting
them, as his own heart suggested, at
the word of Elisha, fed them and sent
theni home, thus conquering them so
that for a time at least, the bands of
Syria' came no more into the land of
They acted according to Kom. xli, 20,
"If thine enemy hunger, feed him; if
he thirst, give him drink, for in so do
ing thou shalt heap coals of fire on
bis head." The Lord's further deliv
erances and Ills kindness through
Elisha to the woman of Shunem are
record ct1 ln the next two clwipters, but,
whether famine or deliverance, lt Is
God working in all and through all for
Ills people and against Ills enemies.
Thu lost pluco to
Hardware Store Our uttfck
3s present time. G
jrfui cure nu.s
best good at the lowest prices
. . . .We wish to call your nttention to our lino of. .
This line of Stoves is ono
They have been thoiouuhly tested and have Droved
a satisfactory in every way. When in need of a stove call in
$ and look over our lino and let us jfivo you pricos.
We al.o have a few groceries, dishes, dry goods and
$ and notions which we are selling at cost.
No Order Too Small
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3 Dealer in Builders' I bird "'a? e.
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for Harness, I.r Coats, all wool
Horse Blankri.:. Sir.hSr. Blankets,
Mitts, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases,
London, October 23. Great Brit
ain has seat a long and urgent
note to the Russian government,
officially detailing the circumstances
cf the amazing and unexplained
attack by tho Russian 1'acLfic
iquadron during the night of Oct 21
on British fishing boats ln the North
sea. The text of the note has not
been given out, but It la officially
stated from the foreign offlco that lt
contains the significant announce
meat that "the situation is one which,
In the opinion of his majesty's govern
ment, does not brook delay."
Meanwhile the conservative public
and pria are remarkably undemon
strative. As usual, the Jingo element
demands war, and even in official quar
ters some go so far as to say that it
may be necessary to stop the Pacific
fleet pending settlement of the whole
affair, though this extreme measure,
it is believed, will not be necessary.
No Time For Delay.
Everywhere there Is evidence of the
! very positive opinion that this is no
time for the usual diplomatic dilly
dally, that there must bo no delay an4
no limit set by Russia to hor apology
or the extent of compensation for suf
ferers by what King Edward himself
terms "the unwarrantable action" cf
-the Baltic squadron commanders.
The deep resentment of tho whole
British public, however, is reflected by
the inelden at the Victoria station
last night on the arrival of Count Ben
Vendorff from the contlnont. There
Is no attempt anywhere among men of
responsibility to magnify tho occur
rence Into a deliberate act of war;
hut In view of the present inability to
find an explanation, there is being
poured upon tho heads of the officers
of the squadron a flood of investlve
end insinuation, though Incompetence
first and thereafter complete panic is
the most generally accepted explana
tion. Thus far no oQlcIal word has hern
received from St. Petersburg as to the
nttltude of the Russian government.
St. Johns, N. P., Oct. 25. Tho Brit
ish cruiser Charybdla, Commander
Paget, has receiver orders to bo In
readiness to proceed to England on a
moment's notice. Tho training ship
Calypso has been ordered to arranre
for the mobilization of COO men of tho
Newfoundland naval reserve. Thero is
much excitement ln naval circles
iiud banjains is at tho New
was never so complete a3 at tho
ueen lasen 10 select mo very 2;
consistent with values.
of the oldest and best on tho
for Our Appreciation.
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Practical and Experienced
$ Auctioneer I
If von exj eet to have a sale
th: fall or winter I :un pre
pared to attend it on short
notice and at a reasonable
price. Have had twenty-two
years of practical experience.
It will pay you to see the
old relUble auctioneer and
get his pric before eiifragincj
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Meisel Block, Port Huron.