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The two best makes
in the world
U .Tas. A. Mkniis. Publisher.
VVc have on display at our warerooms the finest line of Buggies and Wagons ever
shown in Yale. We also handle Clover Leaf and Corn King Manure Spreaders. See
us for horse blankets. We handle the celebrated 5-A goods.
Th' horse is the most faithful of nil animals and fhonld he kept com
fortahle and warm. In order to do this warm blankets for the stable
ami sheet should be used. We have a larpe line of
All-Wool Horse Blankets
at riiiht prices. Stable blankets, lined and unlined, large and small,
FULL LINE OF FUR COATS
Montanas, (ialloways, Ilorsehide, Dog and Kuss'.an Lamb.
Also Fur Uobes.
LIGHT AND HEAVY HARNESS
We make one of the best lines of harness in the country.
All work guaranteed.
Our repair shop is fully equipped to do your work right and while you
wait. (Jive us a call while in town.
Eilber & Barth
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To Intelligent Readers!
Are you paying for "Mrs. Some One
Else's" Piano, Sewing Machine, Dish
Washer, Etc., or are you buying merchan
dise at right prices ?
As against $87.50 Piano contests, trad
ing stamps, etc., I am offering the solid
At the extremely low prices I'm selling honest merchandise
it won't allow me to give away supposedly over $690
worth of free goods.
Every Tuesday until further notice, from 2:45 until 3:30,
I'll sell any person present in this store three different items
at less than wholesale prices.
Tuesday, Dec. 5th
$1.25 black underskirts at
5 lbs. II. & E. granulated sugar
3 packages choice seedless raisins. . .
150 sample black underskirts, reg. prices
from 75c to $3.50, at wholesale prices,
50 sample auto scarfs at wholesale prices
New Kimonas, Dressing Sacques and
Specials in Table Linen
1-5 off on all Comforts
35c parlor brooms, 29c
r.e atlll prppurtnl for dwittj iintl death or
V lit" Miall llicioliy tt i hi MriM'ii'i1. -Sliuk'esieare.
Kelatives in this vicinity received
word last week of the death of their
father Kdward (Jraybiel at I'ordwich,
( Mil. Deceased has been a very healthy
man but for several weeks had been
confined to his bed with an abscess in
Mr. (iravbiel was born in Welland
county, Out., in the year 1831, and was
married to Mary W itmer in 1K."1. The
young couple settled in Waterloo coun
ty, where they resided till 1ST I when
they moved to Ilowick, where they re
sided until thev retired to i'ordwich a
tew years apo. The union was blessed
with a family of twelve children, six
sons, David, of Vale, and Dr. Alex (J.,
of Caledonia, Mich , Kev. W., of j'ort
Huron, Kphraitu, of Vancouver, 15. C,
Than and Amnion, of Yale, Mich., and
six daughters, Mrs. .lohn Hallnian, of
l ale, .Mrs. Henry Haas and Mrs Henry
M'naeier, oi jiowick township, Mrs. A
Mrome, of aucouver, H. C, Mrs,
Sol Strome, of I'ordwich, and Mrs. ,?
A. Sanderson, of Ilowick townshin
The father's death is the first break in
this large family, the widow and the
entire family surviving, besides there
are 4', grandchildren and 22 great grand-
Mr. (Iraybiel was a man highly es
teemed by a wide circle of friends. De
ceased was a diligent student of the
ilible, and was a constant member of
the Dunkard church.
.lohn II. Hydorn, one of the oldest
pioneers of Maple Valley township,
Sanilac county, dropped dead from
angina pictoris at o'clock Monday
afternoon, Nov. 20, 1911, at .Sanduskv,
wnere ne ana his son Louis had gone
by train that morning.
He was feeling unusually well that
day, and did not seem to have any
warning of approaching death. While
walking up from the depot the son ask
ed if they were walking too fast and ho
said, "I'm all right, and we must hurry."
They just went a few steps further
when he fell forward without speaking.
Louis thinking he had stumbled, tried
to help him up, only to discover that he
The body was taken to McN inch's
undertaking rooms and from there to
his home at Valley Centre the same
evening, and the funeral services were
held from the house at one o'clock p. m.
Thursday, Eld. J. II. I'aton, of Almont,
officiated, assisted by Ifev. Saunderson,
of Melvin. Interment in charge of
undertaker Elliott, of JSrown Citv, was
made in Valley Centre cemetery. '
Deceased was born in Canada, Out.,
i years ago. lie came to Michigan in
1S,7., locating just east of the villacre of
Valley Centre, on a farm which at that
time was a wilderness, residing there
52 yearp. lie was married 51 years ago
to Ellen York, daughter of Stephen
York, at one time a resident of Maple
Valley township. He is survived by
ins widow ana nve children, four sons
and one daughter, Mrs. C. H. Cordon,
of Knoxville, Tenn.; Wm. II. Hydorn,
Melvin; Harvey s., Yale; and Louis A.
ana i ranc, at home.
Mr. Hydorn was a public spirited
nan navmg neia every oiiice the town
ship has to offer, except supervisor and
ju&uct? oi me peace, ne was also a
man who to know was to admire and
Deceased was a Maccabee and a mem
ber of the I. (). K, carrying 2,(KK in
the former order andSl.UXMn the latter.
Relatives from a distance attending
the funeral were Mrs. C. II. Cordon,
Knoxville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kadger, Odenburg, Out.; Mrs. (Jates
uashuurn and son ( live, Albion, N.
Y.; Mr. and Mrs. William Itristoe and
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Uristoe, William
son, iMich.; Aaron Nelson, Capac; and
Wm. Nelson, ltelands, Calif.
Feather bed, pillowp, small cooking
Ktove and some household furniture.
For full particulars call at Expositor
o lice. :
Entered in the Vost-Oflice at Vnlo AS
Second Class Mail Matter.
One Year 31 00
Six MonthB W)
Three Months 25
Advertising Kates made known on
THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1911.
Men who would be willing to room
together. Cood location in city of Yale.
For particulars regarding board and
price per week made known at Ex
positor ollice. 32 2
Starts Much Trouble.
If all ieople knew that neglect of
constipation would result in eevere in
digestion, yellow jaundice or virulent
liver trouble they would soon take Dr.
King's New Life Fills, and end it. Its
the only safe way. Ilest for bilious
ness, headache, dyspepsia, chills and
debility, 25c at Pollock & llenneesy.
l IJere There I
Items of InWfst Taken l'roni Our Kx
V changes an. I rmnlriiMMi tor i:xjositor y
The work on the Lake Huron canal
is nearly finished.
The Rapid railway is being double
tracked between Mt. Clemens and De
I'. M. Mark, of Deckerville, was the
successful bidder at the sale of the big
Schram x .Maker stock at Mmden City
The postoflice at North Uranch has
been designated as a postal savings tie
pository and service will be started
Wm. Diflloe, wife and son, of Capac
are preparing lor a trip to (iermany to
spend their Christmas. Mr. Dillloe lei t
there 2() years ago.
Most of the schools in Lamottetown
ship, Sanilac county and some in Elmer
township, are closed on account ol an
epidemic ol scarlet fever.
Jy the accidental discharge of his
gun (iuy Coleman, of near Croswell, is
dead. The boy was 18 years of age and
a son of nliam Coleman.
Roy Mcl'hail, the motorman on the
Rapid R y, who was so badly injured in
the recent collision, died at the hospital
in rort Huron last Sunday.
Deckerville will consider a bonding
proposition to build additional room to
the present school building, which has
become inadequate to the needs of the
L. K. Warner, for 15 years a druggist
in Marlette, has sold his business to W
R. (ileason jr., of same place. Mr
Warner's pharmacy institute will now
occupy Ins whole time.
.1. W. Cawood, the Rrown City Ran
ner editor, suffered another attack of
appendicitis recently and was taken to
Detroit, where an operation was per
lormed in Harper hospital, and it is
hoped he will soon be well again.
Ret ween 300 and 8100 worth of
goods that people have attempted to
bring into this country without paying
the duly, and winch have been seized
by thecustomsof1icers, were put on sale
on Wednesday ot this week at the L.
S. court room. These articles are kept
one year, and it not claimed are put up
at public auction.
Nathan Kldred, of near Almont, got
out of feeding his pig for U) days but
piggy wasn't up to standard weight
when his brothers and sisters were sold
The day that Mr. Eldred threshed his
grain, the pig was missed. Sixty days
later as the cattle were eating around
the straw stack the pig was uncovered
as thin as a match, but alive and ready
lor rood ana dunk.
The Minden City editor like all oth
ers, has his trials and although the fol
lowing may be and is laughable, still it
has .a serious side, and of course the
editor found it so. He was obliged to
print some wedding invitations on a
day when it was raining hard, and a
very leaky roof compelled him to have
an assistant hold an umbrella over his
person and work while he was so en
gaged. At the other end ot the room
which serves as a barber shop, the barber
was shaving a customer while an
umbrella was being raised over them.
However these people are thankful be
cause the roof is in the way of being re
The Sparling mystery at Ubly, Sam
lac county is receiving some enlight-
ment. In July VMi John Sparlmgdied
ascribed to heart failure. In July 1910,
his son 1'eter aged 2. died, death ascrib
ed to blood poisoning. In May 1911,
Albert another son, aged Zi years, died
from a fall. In August 1U1I, Cvril, a
third son aged 20 years, died and
suspicion being excited, the funeral
was haulted and organs sent to the U.
ot M. for examination. It was found
that Cyril b death was due to arsenic
poisoning. The body of Albert was
exhumed, organs examined and arsenic
poisoning found present. Dr. Robert
A. MacCregor, the family physician
who attended all these cases, has been
arrested charged with murder. Mar
garet (Jibbs, a l'ort Huron and London
nurse, is also under arrest, charged with
knowing more about the cases than
Rhe told. The outcome is looked lor
ward to anxiously.
A girl or middle-aged woman for
general house work wanted at once.
Call on or address Mrs. J. (S. Rrown,
Raw Furs Wanted.
Highest market prices paid at all
times. Those wishing price lists send a
ostai card and you will receive same.
II. 1. Ohmer, Yale. 31-
Farm for Sal.
1(0 acres two miles from Avoca. St.
Clair County, Mich. (Jood soil, good
buildings, ten acres good timber.twenty
acres wheat on ground, near church
and school, rural telephone. Address
Herbert streeter, Avoca, Mich. 31-
O. I. C. Hogs for Ssle.
I have three pure bred O. I. C. boar
hogs, young ones, for sale. Can register
in purchaser's name if desired, also a
few gilts for sale. W. A. Silverthorn,
ale, Route 5 phone 7" J. 2. 32-2
Bean Pickers Wanted.
The undersigned want 10 or 12 bean
pickers at once. Middleton & Doelle,
About 10 bushels of corn in the ear
wanted at once at the Expositor otllee
Albert Fohly, Fditor.
The fifth grade have the Hag this week.
Laurence Smith is a new pupil in the
The eighth made are studying
Have you caught the turkey yet?
Neither have we.
The llrst grade gave a Thanksgiving
The Juniors are preparing their play
for the third week in December.
Mrs. Rracelin who has been visiting
here for some time has returned home.
Miss Fierce has bt-en unable to take
charge of the kindergarten on account
Mr. Magsrv, of Marlette, visited the
laboratory Friday and pronounced ev
erything to be in first class order.
The foot ball team of this place clash
ed with the Marlette aggregation last
Friday here. F.veryone present wit
nessed a very exciting game neither
team being able to score. This being
the last game of the season at Yale for
our boys they used all the skill at their
command but their efforts were useless
against Marletle's strong lineup. The
boys go to Marlette today where the
closing gameof the season will be played.
WILSON TO TALK TO flillDITORS
He Will Be Present at the Annual
Meeting and Banquet in Detroit.
Fostmaster Hopkins attended a meet
ing of the executive committee of the
Michigan Fress Association at Detroit
Saturday at which time arrangements
were being made lor the annual meet
ing and banquet, which will probably
beheld in January though the date has
not been hxed permanently as yet.
This much is known, that the Asso
ciation will be the guests of the Detroit
Hoard ol Commerce on that occasion
and that Cov. Woodrow Wilson, of New
Jersey, will be present and deliver an
address. Two very important events
Secretary Hopkins tells us that the
M. F. A. will endeavor to consolidate
all of the Fress Associations of the state
for that occasion, which if accomplish
ed, will bring all of the editors of the
state together. The meeting Is looked
forward to as being one of the greatest
the Michigan editors have ever held.
St. ('lair Republican.
To Be Happy,
You must have good health. You
can't have good Ijealth if your liver is
not doing its duty. Slow but sure poi
soning is going on all the time under
such conditions because bilious impurit
ies are getting into the blood. Dr. II hit
RICK'S SUGAR-COATED FILLS
put the liver in order, purify the stomach
and bowels and act as a tonic on the
entire system. Friee 25 cts. Sold by
Follock & Hennessy.
The Yale Creamery Company
nays a larger price and gives a better
test than any other dealer in cream in
Try us. Fatrons are invited to see
their cream tested.
Yale Creamery Co.
J. M. Smith sells raisins 10c lb. or 3
Three pounds 35c tea for 8I.ro at J
MJeavis & Hutchinson are offering
some snaps in raisins, 10c a pound or 3
pounds lor twenty-live cents.
Christmas will soon be here, you had
better call and look over the line of
fursReavis fc Hutchinson are showing
they will make a splendid Christmas
Is your husband cross? An irritable,
fault finding disposition is often due to
disordered stomach. A man with
good digestion is nearly always good
latured. A great many have been
permanently cured of stomach trouble
bv taking Chamberlains Tablets. 1 or
ale bv Mathews & Wight and Cirant
DR. BCNJ. CLYNE
IJHYRICIAN. SL'ROHOX AND ACCOU-
1 CHER. Uftefec Mala etrcftt, first door
kuuth of Melatrye't lapUntaal Ware
rooiut. omoa hours htm it la Tum
dy u4 (Saturdays all day.
W. G. WIGHT
IV f 1). V. M. TRINITY UNIVERSITY, M.
ill C. M. Victoria U&lTariltr. Toronto,
Out. Office and realdenca oa Alain itreet.
Ufflca noun: t to a. n., 12 to 1:80 p. m. and
after 6 p. m.
A. POLLOCK, M. D.
OFFICE UrgTAIKS IS DOELLE BLK.
( )fUoe aoura : s :U0 o 10 :80 a. m. and 1 :0
to 4:00 p. m. Tuesday and Thursday.
Just what you need to
A Savory SomiiiIi'hs Monster. We
have t Ik-mi both in steel and
ciwmu'led. Take on home on
A Universal Food Chopper
U .'mollier nrl'iele lhal U wry uscTuI al litis wascn. Try one.
rpONftORIAL ARTIST. If you waai a
JL flrst-rlaaa katr-cot. share, sbanpoo or
Ma-foam, drop 1b. KTsrythiu neat, oloaa
and vp-to-date Battas, Charcot anodarate.
Flrat door south Tariulca's Furniture Htoro.
JAY B. WEYMOUTH
! General Law Bualnasa Salioltasl
Raal Eatata ansj Laana
! raflbt ai.oca
YALE, - MICH.
HART 4. PEPPER
General Law Bualneaa ana!
Probate Court Praetlea SalroHea.
xaeiewAi. bake avnuaine
PORT HURON, - MICH.
FREDERICK B. BROWN J
25 White Block. Opposite Past
Tel. No. 552 Pert Huren, MleN j
I BOY I
V Millions J
TO BE HAPPY KEEP WELL
AAIIAIII JS SVI O BMk
AND ALL DISEASES OF
THROAT AND LUNGS
i SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
Price SOc and $1.00
t Jt U Now Timft To Think.. !
about those photos for Christmas. VVc have
just received a new line of the latest mounts
and folders for the Holidays. Come up and
look them over before giving your order. Open
Sundays from 10 to 4.
J. J. SHAFER, Photographer, Yale
Studio Over Malhcws & Wight's Drug Store
To the Public
I have ojcti. (I up my pnrlors in (hi' McKmna lllock (ovr Hut
ton's hardware) win iv I will lc plK.st'tl to rM'i v onlcrs for
cleaning ami prt'ssinir clolhrs. Will usr
French Dry Cleaning System
anil will jii:irant'' salisl'aclioii. (Jivu me a fall
A. . J. IMpar. of Croswell, will Im in fVfry Wfiliuslny to cut and
lit riot lies, and I am now prepared to lake your order for a suit.
) rq rj rs J
mm mmmw mtsaam mLm aaxV tualua Vug bmmJ '
when properly made and finished, as ours are, make f
very attractive and inexpensive Holiday Gifts. Our
samples for the holiday season are now on display.
Please have your sittings made early so as to give us i
plenty of time to get your work out. VVc guarantee
to please. f
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usual summer outing, and the eost is 8urpr!sinry ow
"The Florida Limited''
with drawing loomhleopcj .lirrcl lo.J:irksor.vilh louver Ddroif
(Union Depot) daily nl 10:45 p.m., hopinninr Xov. 'jr,, 1011
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