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-we wish to call your attention to our line of ladies ready-to-wear
goods. We have never attempted to carry as large and complete
a line as this season in Suits, Jackets, Long Coats and Skirts of every
description and price.
New Spring Dress Gpocis.
We are showing some very pretty things in spring dress goods
in all wool. The latest things in grays from 50c up to $1.50 per yard.
Ask to see them. . We are always pleased to show goods. You may
not want to buy now but will know where to find them when you are
ready to make your selection.
Shoes and Rubbers.
Uemember wo have our usual large linn of shoos an
rubbers awaitinir vour selection. Wu are confident wo
please you and solicit a portion of your patronage in the
You will find our lino of groceries complete. Call or
telephone No. 22 an. I we will see that you order is proper
ly taken care of. ,
Every Line in our Big Store is Complete and
we solicit your orders.
A patented Guide Chart is furnished with The Ladies'
Lome Journal Pattern. A seperatc and special chart is
made for each pattern. This guide-chart, is patented and
cannot ho used in connection with any other pattern. It is
the most wonderful improvement that has ever been mado
in connection with dress patterns to be used by homo dress
makers. It overcomes the old dilliciilty of putting a pat
The Big Busy Store on the Corner.
$14 to North and South
April 3, 10, 17 and 24, 1905.
From Chicago to all points in North 'and South
Dakota, on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
Railway, and to many other points in those
states via the
.Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
The successful crops of the last seven years, and the op
portunities now offered the farmer, rancher or merchant in
South Dakota should induce every man desiring to better
his present situation to investigate the openings offered.
Recent railroad extensions through Lyman County have
opened up a large portion of the state heretofore thinly set
tled because of lack of railroads.
At present Lyman County offers unusual opportunities
for the man looking for a good location. Land is cheap--from
$10 to $15 an acre but these prices will not last long.
Water Is plentiful, and the soil is rich.
South Dakota book and Lyman County leaflet sent to any
address on request. Ask the nearest agent of this Company
for additional information, or write today, to
f. a; miller,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
Just received n full line of above and
invite your inspection.
The yabE Expositor
J as. A. Mknziks, Publisher.
Entered in the lWt-OCice at Va'e lis
Srond Class Mail Matter.
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A case of small-pox has been report
ed in t'uster.
There are 21 prisoners in St. ('lair
counly jail at the present time.
lhere are several new cases ot scarlet
fever and one of diphtheria in Port
(iodf'ried Wagner suite red a stroke of
paralysis while driving into Capac one
day last week.
.1. W. Tice, of East .lordon, lias been
engaged as superintendent of the ('ros-
weJl school for the coming year.
ladies of the (). J,. S. in ('ass City
recently gave a play entitled "Female
Masonry" which was a pronounced
JSrown Citv business men have fallen
in line and formed a Jlusiness Men's
Organization for the mutual benefit of
N. 1'. Arnold, station agent at Har
bor JJeach ever since the town had a
railroad, some 25 years, has resigned
his position. '
The Ladies' Library Association, of
t. Clair, has tiled articlesof association
with the county clerk to cover a period
of thirty years.
The Orangemen of the Thumb will
hold their 12th of July celebration in
Croswell this year. Preparations have
already begun lor the event.
The new bank at Deckerville will be
known m the Commercial Hank; It. .1.
Arnot, cashier, will carry on a separate
and distinct banking business by him
Harbor lieach has a tire alarm which
cannot be heard all over town and two
tires have occurred recently when only
a lew persons got out to extinguish tin
tlames because most of the town did
not hear the alarm.
Wm. Doebler, one of the iirm of
Zuhlke A; Doebler, wagon makers, of
imlay City met with a terrible death
last week by one end of the felloe he
was handling catching in the lilting
overhead, the other end striking him
on the jaw with terrific force, the curve
leaching round to the base of the
brain. J I is neck was broken.
When in need of a Single or Double
Harness, U hip. Trunk, valise. Tele
scope or anything jn our line call at
our store and we will show you a line
assortment at right prices.
Repairing a Specialty.
Desiring to make your acquaintance
we invite you to call at our place of
business. You will be wel
come at all times.
Fred Brneck, Jr.
Successor to W. W. Adams,
ZTlLaJZ, - . MICH.
It designed for ill; the poor and toa
rich, the old and the yoiinu men and
women all are welcome. We pay 4 per
eent. Interest on navltiiis accounts and
receive deposits of 28 cents and upward.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
This Hank I under Unltrd fitatea
While Wyandottcs, Michigan's best,
(the Jteebe strain. I purchased my
hens direct from Ileebe, of (hvosso,
bred from his prize birds. Have mated
them with prize cock rel I purchased at
Detroit poultry show. Kegs at !?l..r0
for 15. Illack minorcas, Northupstrain
fU cents for 15; mi IT leghorns, Arnold
strain, 30o for 15. These prices are at
farm, not shipped. Shady Side Poultry
Farm, Mahlon Jlearss, one-half mile
east of Vale. 45m3
Raw or Inflamed Lungs.
Yield quickly to the wonderful cura
tive and healing qualities of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It prevents pneu
monia and consumption from a hard
cold settled on the lemgs. All druggists
Dr. L. M. Ardiel received a profess
ional call from Wallaceburg, Out., and
went over there on Saturday last. '
Frank; Lennon, our popular druggist,
is enjoying a line trade. Jle keeps
bright, clean stock of the best drugs,
etc., that money can buy.
A. V. Camplield went to Detroit
Saturday where he expected to close
contract with a company to look after
a large sheep ranch in the north part
of the state.
('has. II. Martin has not sold as many
cutters this winter as he would have
liked to but nevertheless he says he
is more than satisfied with the line
weather we have had and also the
large trade in other goods he handles.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Marquette, the
new proprietors of the Avoca J louse,
seem to be very popular with the
traveling public and are certainly de
serving ol the excellent trade tney are
The Ward Lumber and Coal Co. ex
pect a large trade when spring opens
in earnest as many orders have already
been placed for lumber and bill stuff.
To supply the demand Manager Ward
has added to his stock and can furnish
The Avoca Hank has been transact
ing business in our town for over two
years, each succeeding year showing an
ncrease. Our business men and citi
zens have every commence in us
management and consider this institu
tion among the substantial ones of the
state, ('has. Andreae, cashier, is very
Last fall our genial friend and phy
sician, Dr. L. M. Ardiel, spent a short
time m the wilds or l'resque Islecounty
hunting. While there he shot a line
larcre buck weighing 250 pounds. He
brought the head, a line one, home with
mm, ana jusi recently nau u inuumeu.
The Dr. feels pretty proud of this
souvenir of his hunting trip and well
For Sale Cheap.
Farm of SO acres in township of
Washington about 3 miles west of
Applegate, Sanilac county, west half
of northeast quarter of section 2S,
town 11, range l- east, formerly owned
by Wm. Stoner and .7. J. Tyrrell. Ad
dress C Iw Dodge, Fort Huron, Mich
igan. ' 13 i
LOW HATKS TO SFTTLFKS.
(INK WAY VAKF.N TO (iUKAT NnKTH WKST
Fere Marquette agents will sell one
way Fecond class tickets to noints in
Northwestern stales, and to Manitoba.
Westenj Ontario, Saskatchewan and
Assiniboia, good going on the following
dates: March 13, 20 and 27; April 3, 10,
17 and 21, 11K. at very low rates. Ask
agents for particulars or write to II. F.
Moeller, U. F. A., Detroit. 17-3
Residence for Sale
I desire to sell my residence prop
erty on Main street. For particulars
ana terms, call at my oilice or the
drug store of Mathews A: Wight, Vale.
' 41-tf Da. W.U. Wiour.
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For the kitchen there is nothing more m
& desireableand convenient than a kitch-
en cabinet. We carry them in several
r different styles and prices to suit every
fej For the library there is
v nothing nicer than a book
l case. We have them at
j $5 and upwards. We also have sec-
& tional booK-cases and library tables ga
which are very convenient. Call and T4
look them over.
Harris & Newell, I
in! mz-- $
..Something brand New..
A complete upring stock. New good arriving every day.
We did not carry any summer goods over, so you can be v
sure you arc getting new stock by calling on us. Wo are
offering special prices on
Lace Curtains, Muslin and Silk Waists, Summer
Dress Goods, Muslin and Knit Underwear, Puri
tan and Western King Work Shirts,
and other goods too numerous to mention. Our spring
stock of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes arc arriving daily. You
cannot make a mistake ly calling and looking over our
stock. A complete line of fresh groceries. JSjP'Phono 3.
Yale Pride Flour
Makes Bread that is lightest, Rolls that arc
daintiest, Cake tho choicest, Pics that would
plcaso a dyspeptic, and pastry that melts in tho
.... .mouth all out of tho samo barrel .....
A Thorough Trial Will Convince Yon -'
Yale-Milling Company L'fd.
GEORGE W? BELL
Practical and JtxperienceU
If you expect to have a sale
this fall or winter I am pre
pared to attend it on hort
notice and at a reasonable
price. Have liad twenty-two
years of practical experience.
It will pay yoii to ee the
old reliable auctktneei and
pet lih price beloie engaging
Order left at the Kxposltor
nrtice will rereivo prompt at-tention.
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