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No Slip; Ho Slide
6A Bias Girth Stable Blan
kets don't slip, don't slide.
They keep their place . upon
the horse. Horsemen like
them, recommend them, use
them. Thr horse Is comfort
able. No tight girthing.
Buy a 6A Bias Girth for the Stable.
Buy a 6A, Square for the Street.
F. & A. M.
BROCKWAY LODGE. NO. 318.
Ifo.riil.iv .uiirtn.inl.lulinni fii 1IKVI U'lll
t im linlil nn Hik tnllriu Inir Thursday e ve-
uings of each month at 8 o'clock In Masonic hall
corner Main and North streets. Yale: Feb. 4;
Mar. 4: April l-'.H: .lime 3-21: July t-'.'4: Aug.
Sept. it; Oct. L'X; Nov. -' : I cc. :
Henry I'earce. Sec. W. K. Menerey. W. M.
II. K. Heard. Tresis.
YALE CHAPTER. NO. 64 O- E. S.
li:UI-AU MKKTINOS for 1909 will be held
It in the following Wednesday evenlnifs of
each month In Masonic hall. Yale: February 1;
Mar li); Apr. 7; May ft; June 8; July 7; Aug. 4;
Nei't. 1-iiO; Nov. 3: Dec. 1 -'.'!.
Mrs. I.. Kov Fuller, W. M.
Mrs. J. C. Ilolden, Sec. V. A. Cavanagh. V. I".
YALE TENT, NO. 86. K. O.T. M. M.
every first aud third
Tuesday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock sharp
In their hall, M; thews
Wight I'.lock islttng Sir
Knights will he royally re
ceived. Members urged
to attend regularly.
James ioheen, Com.
t tsear jtn. H K.
V. A Cavanagh, F. K.
A N D
In the spring house cleaning time
one Jlnds several pieces of furni
ture worn out and needs replacing
with new. We have a line large
Bed Room Suites,
Chairs and Rockers,
Lounges, Settees, Etc.
A visit to oi. v store will convince
you thit we have as large an assort-
niont of evervtning needed in a
home as caw he found anywhere.
Prices ns low as the lowest.
You get one with each
nctrlimi? shiit. Better
pcnd ia ono and see
what they are.
We Wash Every thing
5 A Blankets and Robes !
Fur Coats, Harness
And some of the best makes of
Also the Gale, -John Deere and Syracuse f
Sulky Plows, Star Wind Mills. Steel Water-
ing Tanks, Cream Separators, Gas Engines
Roofing and Platform Scales.
NEW FALL SUITS
If you want something that
looks "nifty" just get a look
at our New Fall Suits; in
Black, Blue, Catawba, Gray
and Brown,; selling from
$12.00 to $30.00.
NEW FALL SKIRTS
in all the new Styles tailor
ed, finished with foot pleats.
HAYES & SHEEHY
There is no Blanket manufactured that is
more reliable or more honestly made than
...the Blankets we sell...
The horse is your most faithful friend; why
not get a good Iilanket and keep him warm.
Remember our prices are better than ever bo
fore. Look them over before buying. .....
.... Wc also carry ....
The Montana Robe
the Best Kobe Made for the Money. It is wind and
water proof. Call and poo our
Every strap guaranteed. If not right wc will
make it right. . ....
Call on us when looking for a square deal.
I Examined Free.!
How arc your eyes all right or do you need
glasses if so don't put it otT a they only
grow worse but come and let us examine them.
Satisfaction guaranteed that is the reason for
our growth in the Optician business. The latest
things in Eye Glass Mounts, also the largest
und most complete stock to select from in this
part of the State
LENSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS IN STOCK.
R. S. & J- D. Patterson Co.
Landing Jewelers and Opticians
911-15 Military Street POUT HURON, MICH.
I DR. C. M.TURRELL, 'j';' FREDERICK B. BROWN jj
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Call. j J' Attorney-at-Law j!
,nlKht ""l Vv.lT" .W attention. 25 White JJlock. Opposite Pos !
UtlWf ovor Hrst Natlorml Hank. I'hone vo. i j I Oflice
Yala, - Mich. Tel. No. 552 Port Huron, Mich. !;
YALE, MICH, fti
Jas. A. Mekzies, I'ublisher.
Entered In the Post-Offlce at Va'o as
Second Class Mail Matter.
One Year $i 00
S,x Months fiO
Three Months 25
Advertising Rates made known on
FRIDAY, NOV. 5, 1000.
Items of Interest Tiiken From Our Ex
change nn I 4'(-i(lcii4t' fur Expositor
A farmers' Club at Sandusky operate
a meat marxec ac mat place.
Frank Whitinsr. acred 73 veara. an in
mate of the county poor farm, died
The Sanilac county Sunday school
convention will meet in JJrown City
oveiuoer o nuu v.
November 24 the Clyde and (Jrant
Farmers' Club will be held at the home
of County Clerk lirown m Kenockee
The past year has been a prosperous
one on the St. Clair county poor
tarni, an immense amount of products
The Chicorv factorv at Cinac. which
was destroyed by lire a while as:o, is
now rebuilt and running night and day.
The new building is much better than
liurglars got away with a big haul at
Imlay City the other night when they
broke into the hardware store of K. F.
Proctor taking ."340J worth of knives,
rules, jewelry etc.
Capt. Ralph T. Pringle. recently con
victed of man slaughter, bid farewell
to his relatives and Iriends and was es
corted to the Jackson prison on Mon
day by Sheriff Wagenseil.
K. l (lorsuch, of the Richmond Re
view, has sold his paper to Edwin
Hrown, who took possession of the
othce last week. Jsrown is an exper
ienced newspaper man formerly of
John King, a farmer near Amadore,
was terribly hurt by being struck by a
passenger train near Croswell recently.
His horse was killed, buggy demolished,
and both his legs were broken, besides
The Almont Herald relates how O. S.
JJristol of that place had 2000 bushels
of peaches this year, Phillip Wilson
1001), Walter Hough 1200 and John
Wallace 1000. Almont isn't In the
fruit belt eithi r.
Richard Vermir, a well-known char
acter of Fair Haven, became drink
crazed last Saturday and came near
turning the town luside out. Jieing a
big man it took the combined efforts of
several othcers to tie him up and get
mm to the jail in Port Huron.
Rert Scott, ellicient manager of the
Dromore stock farm near St. Clair, re
signed his position because when he
shot the $1500 hound belonging to the
owner of the farm, (leorge (J. Moore,
for biting his little boy, Moore wai
angry However a compromise was
made and Scott stays on.
Rev. Joshua Stansfield, pastor of the
Meridian St. M. E. church at Indian
apolis, Jnd., has been chosen, with
Jiishop 1). A. lioodsell, of New lork
to represent the Methodist Episcopal
churches of this counry at the Rritish
and Irish conferences next June. Dr.
Stansfield was formeriy pastor of the
M. E. church of Port Huron which he
served for the full term of live years
An exciting time was had up at
Coleman the other day when a regular
booze joint was found by oflicers in the
ollice of an old mill. One hundred and
fifty bottles full of beer were taken
and the room was full of empty bottles,
tables, chairs, cards etc., showing that
somebody was having a specially joy
ful time. One man was locked up,
and another escaped and several others
are implicated in the deal.
COMBINATION HORSE SALE.
Relieving that there is no better
place to bnng buyers aud sellers to
gether, and because of the exceptional
facilities, for keenin? the stock. 1 will
hold a public aution of fast horses and
fashionably bred trotters, and pacers at
Romeo. Wednesday, Nov. 17th. Sale
starts at ten o'clock a. m.
Prominent among the consigners are
W. W. Collier, seven good colts, headed
by McPherson 2, by Allerine, dam, pro
ducing daughter of Pilot Medium;
(ieorge Fisher, 4, Including lexana,
2:18Ji, handsome as a picture and very
fast; James E. Jlufns, 4, including Dan
K. 2:14U, best in his class in Michigan,
and T. J. Lewis, directum Kelley, four
year old trial, 2:18, a stake horse sure.
Judd Rurleson consigns the fast
mare Daisy li., second in 2:12. She's
from Missouri and can show. 1'eter
Raymond sends El Toro, trial 2:50 by
Lew Klatawah, 2:05'i, handsome, fast
and perfect manners.
U. E. Koot sends tne nest green
trotter In Miehigan, a son of McKinney,
2:17 over a half mile track, extreme
6peed always on tap.
Many others, also brood mares by
Onward, Allerton, Rarronmore, Sim
mocolon, Peeler, etc.
Several big work teams and 12 good
business horses. Also registered Per-
chon Stallion, weighs 1800 pounds.
If you have anything to sell consign
it to the Romeo sale. The market is
good right now; don't make a mistake
by waiting. Let me hear from you
Frank II. Colby, Manager
ADVERTISED UTTERS. '
Yale, Nov.. 1, 1009.
E. Harvey Drake, P. M.
Houaa to Rant.
An 8-roora house to rent. Apply to
James McColl, Yale, 21
ROLL OF HONOR.
The following pupils of the Yale
public schools were neither absent nor
tardy during the month ending Oct. 20,
low. N.J. Drouyor.
K IXDEMO A 11TEX.
Mildred Hollenlck Olive Hart
Charlie Knisley Floyd Irwin
Clarice Ryno " Julia Sexton
lva Middleton (lladyn Losey
Irene Lathrop Jack Phillips
Fred Andreae Douglas Jlrown
Rex Chandler Frances Fuller
Merle Davis Frederic Fuller
Homer Stableford Helen Wharton
Zella Heard Teacher.
I ma Chandler
L Karn, Teacher.
Leona Middleton Dorothy Lacy
Sewell Middleton Erwin Readle
Reatrice Edgerton Mildred Sweet
James Hoskins Chester Hart
Mildred Run Erwin Readle
Lyle Davis Violet Collins
Marion Nash, Teacher.
Dorothy Drouyor Jack Jardine
Hattie Chandler Areleine Jones
Willard Cough Rertha Jones
Rerenice Ilolden Irma Munroe
Donald McKenzie Hazel Stevens
Frank McKenzie Lorna Welch
Ressie McOrettan Rasil Welch
Pearl Reddicliffe Ressie Nims
Vernon Stableford Thelma Whiting
Clarica (Joheen, Teacher.
M. Ware, Teacher.
Willie Armstrong Rertha Clyne
Marie Drouyor Merle Heath
Percy Edgerton Dorothy Lane
Leona Holcomb Lisle Newell
Norman Knowlton Edna Stevens
Anna Mcdrettan Roy Sweet
Isabelle Menerey Donna Wallace
. Mabelle Reddicliffe
Hattie Merrill, Teacher.
SKVEXTH AND KIOHTH OKADES.
Sarah McKenzie, Teacher.
11 Kill school.
Fred da Hoi den
.1 ames Cork
DANGER IN DELAY
Kidnay Disaases Ara Too Dangarous
for Yala Paopla to Naglact.
The great danger of kidney troubles
is that they get a h'rm hold before the
sufferer recognizes them. Health is
gradually undermined. Rackache,
headache, nervousness, lameness, sore
ness, lumbago, urinary troubles, dropsy.
diabetes and li right's disease follow in
merciless succession. Don t neglect
your kidneys. Cure the kidneys with
the certain and 6afe remedy, Doan's
Kidney Puis, which has cured people
right here in l ale.
William Hailey, Second street, lale,
Michigan, says: ' I wish to recommend
Doan's Kidney Pills In return for the
cure they effected In my little girl's
case. She suffered from a most attack
of kidney complaint and I could get
nothing that would benefit her. At
last I decided to try Doan's Kidney
Pills and procured a box at (J. Ilolden s
Drug Store. I am glad to say that the
results of their use were most satisfy
ing. It was less than three weeks be
fore every symptym of kidney trouble
had left her system."
!or sale by all dealers. Price W
cents. Fostor-Milburn Co., Kuffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Too busy to reach Yale before week
of Nor. 8th, but will Burely be there at
that time. Leave orders at hxpositor
oflice or Paisley Hotel.
V. U. Lillibndge, Detroit.
Housa For Sala Cheap.
If sold at once. Good location. En
quire at Yale State Rank. 28-4
Somewhere on Main street between
(t rant Holden's corner and the railroad.
an open faced silver watch, 15 jewel.
The second hand off. Finder will be
rewarded by leaving it at the Expositor
Now is the Time!
To Buy Your
HARD s SOFT COAL
before the prices go up. We furnish
the BEST GRADES at the LOWEST
PRICES and DELIVER PROMPTLY.
The Highest Market Prices Paid for
Yours for a "Square Deal."
Wharton & Co
Choice Family Groceries
Wc handle a large and well assorted line of Groceries
and Provisions alon" with our Baking and invito the
public to call when they need goods in our line.
You will find our prices right and reasonable.
Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
GEO. H. NIMS,
Notice of Letting of Thody Drain.
Notice Is hereby Klven that I.O. M. McCorinlck
County Drain Commissioner of the county of St.
Clair. State of Michigan, will on the 10th day of
November A. I)., 1. at Hesldenee of Thomas
Thody Kl4 sw'-i sec at in the Township of I'.rock
way at 1 o'clock iu the tort-noon of that day, pro
ceed to receive bids for the construction of a cer
tain drain known and designated as the
In said township of Hrockway In said county and
state and described as follows, to wit: Whole
leriKth of drain Is 9 a rods. Surface fall 11 feet.
Reference Is hereby made to the prollle of the
cut and grade of the same which Is made a part
of this survey and relers to a more particular
I'ATKICK SI1KA Surveyor.
Said Job will be let by sections. The sections
at the outlet of said drain will be let tirst aud the
remalninir s-ctlons In their order up stream in
accordance w ith the diagram now on file w ith
other papers pertaining to said drain intheotllce
01 tne county urain commissioner in said county
of St. Clair, to which reference may be had by
all persons interested and bids will be made aud
receivea accordingly, rontracts win ne made
with the lowest responsible bidder irlvlmr ade
iuate Heeurity for tne performance oi the work.
In a sum then and thereto be fixed by me re
serving to in) sen tne rignt to reject any and all
bids The date ot completion ot such contracts
and the terms of payment therof shall and will
be announced at the time aud piace of letting.
Notice Is further hereby given that at the time
and place of said letting or at such other time
and place thereafter to which I, the county drain
commissioner may adjourn the same, the assess
ment for benefits and the lands comprised within
the "Thody Drain Seclal Assessment District"
ana tne apportionment thereof win he announced
iy me and win ne subject to review for one day
from 9 o'clock In the forenoon until 5 o'clock in
the afternoon. The following Is a description of
tne several tracts or parcels oi land constituting
the Special Assessment District of said drain
Ne'4 sw?4 sec 'J'.t
Ki nwV sw?4 sec '.'9
N 'i seU swl4 sec -';
N 'JO a w ! i w 1 i sw'i sec at
Nev ne'i sec -9
nw,' sec '
K'4 nw'4 sec lis
Wfj, ne!4' sec as
K' nej4 sec 'li
K'i swi sec 'l
N ) a wJ se,'4 sec 2N
S!4 swji sw!' sec
Se4 sw'i sec 21
W5i seJi e 10 a nee 21
K'i sej sec 21
Nw'4 swKi sec 22
SwJi" ' sec 22
"W'i e! sw see 22
Nw4 uwJi sec 27
Sw4 sw4 sec 27
V Vi ne1 nwlt sec 27
Now, therefore, all unknown and non resident
persons, owners or persons Interested In the
aoove described lands and you w. veicn,.i.ws
trander, 11. Uoadwny, John K. Walker. Alvin
Kose, Mrs. Clark, II. Johnson, James .Newell,
David Hose. M. Sheeny. D. !. Williams. IC.
Turner, Frank Morrill. J. Van Cllef. M. MolTatt.
Samuel Shaw, .las. Kose. M. sheehy, I. Hrown,
I nomas Thody, and you John I., ratterson
as Supervisor of the Township of Krockway
are hereby notified that at such other time and
place thereafter to which said hearing may be
adjourned. 1 shall proceed to receive bids for
the cleaulngout Drain In the manner heretofore
stated; aud. also, that at such time of letting
from o'clock In the forenoon till 5 o'clock In the
afternoon the assessments for benefits and the
lands comprised within the Thody Special
Assessment District, will be subject to review
and you and each of you. owners and persons In
terested are hereby cited to arnear at the time
and place of letting as aforesaid, and In heard
with respect to such special assessment and your
Interest hi relation thereto If you so desire.
tJlven under my hand thlslsth day of October,
A. li., VMM. . M. McCOKMK K,
County Drain Commissioner, rounty
of St. Cla'r, State of Michigan.
Tickling tight Coughs, can be surelv
and quickly loosened with a prescrip
tion uruggists are dispensing every
where as Dr. Shoop's Cough Itemedy.
And It Is so very very different than
common cough medicines. No opium.
no chloroform, absolutely nothing
harsh or unsafe. The tender leaves of
a harmless, lung healing mountainous
shrub, gives the curative preperties to
Dr. bnoopg cough itemedy. Those
leaves have the power to calm the most
distressing Cough and to soothe and
heal the most sensitive bronchial mem
brane. Mothers should, for safety's
pake alone, always demand Dr. Shoop's.
It can with perfect 'freedom be given
to even the youngest babes. Test It
yourself and see! Sold by Pollock
Money to Loan.
I have 82.",(XK) that I want to loan
within the next two weeks on farm
property. J. A. Rapley, Attorney,
j HART 4. PEPPER J
General Law Business and
Probata Court Practice Solicited.
! JfATIOXAI. HANK lirtl.DINO '
!; PORT HURON, - MICH. !
Notice of Letting of Robertson
Notice Is hereby given that I. (J. M. McCormlck
County Drain Commissioner ot the County of St.
Clair. State of Michigan, will on the nth day of
November A. J). m, at Kesldence of Alex
Kobertson W'tt wli sec it In the Township of
tireen wood at it o'clock In the forenoon of that
day, proceed to receive bids for the construction
of a certain drain known and designated as the
In said township of Greenwood In said county
and state aud described as follows, to wit: Whole
length of drain Is !h;o rods. Surface fall 5.70 feet.
Width of llottom is 4. fi and 01 1.
Reference is hereby made to the profile of the
cut and grade of the same which Is made a part
of this survey and reters to a more particular
I'ATKICK SHEA Surveyor.
Said Job will be let by sections. The sections
at the outlet of said drain will be let first ami
the remaining sections In their order up stream
In accordance wth the diagram now on file with
the other papers pertaining to said drain In the
ollice of the county drain commissioner In said
county of St. Clair to w hich reference may be
had bytfill persons Interested and bids will be
made and received accordingly. Coutraets will
be made with the lowest resHnsible bidder giv
ing adequate security for the performance of
the work, in a sum then and there to be fixed
by me reserving to myself the right to reject any
and all bids. The date of completion of such
contracts and the terms of payment thereof
shall and will be announced at the time and
place of letting. Notice Is further hereby given
that at the time aud place of said letting or at
such other time and place thereafter to w hich
1, the county drain commissioner may adjourn
the same the assessment for benefits and the
lauds comprised within the "Ilobertsou Drain
Special Assessment District" and the apportion
ment thereof w ill be announced bv tne and will
be subject to review for one day from 9 o'clock
In the forenoon until 6 o'clock In the afternoon.
The following Is a description ot the several
tracts or parcels of land constltiKIng the Special
Assessment District of said drain viz:
Wi sw1 sec 3
K'i sw'4 sec 3
W'i w' se'4 sec a
S'i sw4 ne4 sec 3
W'J se nw'4 sec 3
Sw,'4' n w 4 see 3
S1 nw4 nw4 sec 3
N 30 a nel4 ne'i" sec 4
S 50 a e'i uel4 sec 4
W.j ne? 4 sec 4
SeKt sec 4
1 j UW'i sec 10
K.. nw4 sec in
N'j n'i sw! sec 10
W ' ne1 set! 9
Ne'4 ne4 sec 9
Se'4 ne'4 sec 9
N'-j seji sec 9
Sw'4 se'i sec 9
Sel4 sw'4 sec 9
Ne1, sw4 sec 9
KJi nw'4iwV4 s(c !
K'i swVi nW, sec 9
V.yt nw'4 sec 9
K,'f nw '4 nw'4 see 9
Now. therefore, all unknown and non-reslilent
persons, owners or persons Interested In the
iioe uescniM'u lanus and you t . and I.. Smith.
Daniel Clemens. ,j,.tf Jiazef, 1'aul Willey. Sam
wood are hereby notified that at such other time
and place thereafter to which said hearing may
be adjourned. Ishall proceed to rec-lve bids loa
the cleaning out of the Kobertson Drain in the
manner heretofore stated: ami. nu.v tu-.t u
such time of letting from 9 o'clock In the lore
noon till 5 o'clock In the afternoon, the assess
ments for benefits and the lands comprised with
in the Kobertson Special Assessment District,
will be subject to review and von mwi t
you, owners aud Persons Interested are hereby
cited to apKar at the time and place of letting
as aforesaid, and te heard with respect to such
six'cial assessment and your Interest In relation
thereto If you so desire
der my hand this ?:trd day of October
(. M. McCOKMlCK.
County Drain Commissioner. County
of St. Clair, State of Michigan.
Guardian Sale of Real Estate-
state of Michigan. County of St. Clair ss
In the matter of the Kslate of Levi Johnson
Notice is hereby given, that In pursuance and
by virtue i.f an order granted to the undersigned
as guardian of the estate of said Ivl Johnson
by the Hon. Stephen A. (Jrahem, Judtreof I'ro
bate In an. I fur sl.l f,,i.i.. nn .h ...... . ' rl
: - wiiii. j, ui i iir.,ii UHY or
October A. D. 1909. there will be sold at public
m um iMsu.-M Kiuurr, at ine prem ses
herenlter rfowriiuxt in n ,...i,... .', ... .
way In said County, on Tuesday the 2lst dav of
De emt)er A. D. 1:kc. at J o'clock In the alter-
nlH",If.'"ll1 dT R" rlK,,t' tu,', Interest
of salil ivl Johns.m. Incompetent In and to the
following descrllied lands and premises, situated
In the township of Hrockway, ounty of St. ( lair
St ate of Michigan, to wit: The North West
quarter 0) of the South West nnarter (';) of
wJk"," "f'' (' tweniy (jni acreVoiT
North sldeof the North half (S) of the South
Mst quarter (V of section seventeen (17 . Town
eight () North, Kange fourteen (14) Kast.
Ciiiardlan of the Kstate of 14-vl
. Johnson an Incompetent.
Dated November 4th. I'um. 1
K. II. Drake, Atfy for (Juardlan. 7
Four calves, two rel and white, one
roan and one black spring calves strayed
from the premises of the undersigned
four miles north and one east of Valet
on Friday Oct. 15. Any Information
as to their whereabouts will be rewarded
Hiram French, Route No. 5, Yale.
. "'wi ixnisiey, James Martin.
Minnie N linger, K. W. Sanborn. Alex. HolKrt
son, John Kobertson. N. Furlong, ieo. Krlcker
andyou.l.K. Vincent as Sunervlsornf