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JA3.A. MBNZIES, Publisher, la the Bett Interestt ofth CommuDltj in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Vol. XVH, No. 35. i7th YEAit YALE. St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1898. Price: $1.00 per Year.
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A.A Grand Success.
80 has beeu our salo on Ladies and Chil
dren's Jackets. We have yet on hand quite a
good assortment of plush Capes and Jackets
which we are selling at very low prices. A few
garments carried from last year will be old at
Special Bargains ss
Black, Gray and Brown.
You ran always find what you need In Men's
and Hoys' wear. All kinds of warm and line foot
wear, Heavy Shirts, Jackets, Fine Dress Over
coats, Men's and lioys' Ulsters, Reefers. Heavy
and Fine pants. Many styles all grade Mitts and
Gloves, Men's Flannel Night Shirts, Silk Mufflers,
Handkerchiefs, Caps, Fur Coats and Fine Shirts.
We aro exclusive agents in this village for the
genuine Snag Proof Rubbers.
YALE CLOTHING HOUSE
J. C. HOLDEN. Prop.
Frails i Former Prices.
Cob bier's set tools, worth 75c. for 39c
Mens heavy soles for boots, per pr u
Shoe nails, per box 03
Good galvanized wash boilers CD
Sheet iron dripping pans, 5, 8, 10, 15
Nice bread pan, with cover 31)
Kettle covers 2,3 4, 5
Muflin pans 7 to 10
White Metal tea spoons 6 for 10
table 8poons....3 for 10
rnddlng pans 2 for 05
Tint cups 4 for 05
Jlread tins 3 to 10
Mrs. Potts' sad irons, per set only 01
Pie tins 02 and 03
Bread tins 03 to 10
Class oil can with tin covers, ouly 17
Children's handkerchiefs 01 to 05
Clothes pins 75 for 05
10 qt. pail 07
All copper niekle plated tea kettle 75c
Good flour sifter, only 09
Shelf brackets, per pair, only 04
Spring balance scales, only 07
Nice tea pot stand, only 04
Good Egg beater 05
" butcher knife 14
" " 44 warranted.... 21
pair of shears 10
First-class auger brace 25
Warranted auger bits 1C, 12, 15, 17, 25
Large 2-qt dipper, worth 10,.... for 05
Good dust pan 05
" frying pan 10
Granite chamber, lasts a life time 40
Granite dish pans 25,35,60
Nice line of lamps. . .23c, 91 35, 91 50
Ladies' ready made skirts SI 00
Children's wool hose 10
Tin dish pans 10 to 25
Hoys' neckties, only - 05
See Oar Line of Horsewhips, from iOc. to $1.00.
- - The Racket, - -
Hart Building, Yale. Harry VanVIeet, Manager.
itelri s Harness Sin
IS THE PLACE TO BUY-
Harness, Robes, Blankets, Whip
And alt other articles belonging to the Jlavnvss
Trade. Horse Collars all styles
Third Door South Yale Hank. YALE, MICH.
I Fv. Ill H INDI 111 U iHH
Dealers in Furniture, Carpets,
Curtains, Stoves, &c. Largest
assortment in the City. Rock
Bottom Prices. Call and see
Howard Furniture Company
BAER BLOCK, PORT HURON. MICH. f
-Mt CLAIR CODHTY-
PORT HURON. MICH.
CAPITAL, - $50,000.
SURPLUS, - - $35,000.
Interest Paid on Time De
posits. A ccou n ts Sol id ted.
Chas. Wellman, Geo. W. Moore,
The young folks in connection with
the Unck Chapel Sunday school had a
royal time on Christmas Eve. The
teachers and others interested prepared
a supper, and had a table spread with
good thiugs, not only for the children,
but all present were made partakers of
the bounteous repast. The usual
Christmas tree was a pleasing feature
of the occasion, and this time the tree
was beautifully adorned with many
variegated colors, which in the light of
the lamps' reflections produced a very
pleasing effect. The gifts which hung
on the tree, however, were what took
the young people's attention. Santa
Claus had been very lavish in his gifts,
the tree being literally laden from the
topmost branch to the floor, and none
were neglected. Most of the old folks
present also received reminders that
some loving heart had an eye to their
happiness. Santa Claus himself made
quite a sensation by appearing on the
stage accompanied by his wife, who"!
was introduced to the audience amidst
the uproar of the young folks. The
literary part of the entertainment was
necessarily abbreviated. A Christmas
song by the girls, a recitation by Carl
Urown, and a few remarks by the mas
ter of ceremonies closed up Christmas
eve of 1898.
A Happy Event.
On Wednesday evening, December
21st, the home of Mr. James W. 1 1 i 1 li
ter, in Greenwood, was the scene of a
most happy event when Mr. Edward
Armstrong was united in marriago to
Mies Cynthia Haviland. a sieter of
Mrs. Ililliker. The brido carried a
beautiful boquet of roses, and Mary
Ililliker, as maid of honor, held a bas
ket of carnations and ferns which con
tained the ring. Ilev. Mr. Crandall, of
Fargo, succeeded in making the matri
monial knot secure. Tho relatives
who were present were Mrs. W. Turn
bull and eon, of Cass City, Mr. and
Mrs. James Ilayiland and family, of
Richmond. Other friends present
were Mr. and Miss Iiond, Mr. and Mis-s
Marshall, from Cass City, also Mr. and
Mrs. Kilgour, of Fargo, besides a num.
ber of friends and neighbors. All en
joyed the happy occasion and many
beautiful and appropriate gifts were
left. The wedding supper received
due attention and a pleasant time was
enjoyed afterward. Mr. and Mrs.
Armstrong will visit London, Delhi,
Nimcoe, Waterford and other Canadian
points, and returning will make their
homo near (Jreen's Corners.
All Records Broken.
December to be the banner month
in tho history of this store's sales.
Karly buying is Hie rule. This great
big kid glove department passing out
hundreds of pairs of its reliable gloycs.
There is perlnipa no article of feminine
wear more suitable for a gift. Wo
havo every nze, every style, every
color to bo hud. Send in 1 .00 and
get a pair by mail. We cheerfully ex
change after ChristniHs if color or
style not as wanted. See us for pretty
handkerchiefs, aprons, pocket books,
card cases, neckware, belts, hosier)',
corsets, hose supporters, needlework
novelties, warm mittens in wool, silk
or kid all nizes. Merry Christmas to
Vatch for the Doctor.
Dr. W. C. Walker, of Detroit, the
eminent specialist on chronic diseases,
will be at the Kapley Hons as usual
on Tuesday. Jan. 3. During the doc
tor's visits here ho has fully demon
strated his ability to successfully treat
the most stubborn cases, and justly de
serves the liberal patronage ho is re
ceiving among our people. Dr. Wal
ktr gives honest opinions takes only
such cases as can bo benefited or
cured. All wishing both scientific and
honorable treatment should consult
the doctor at once. Consultation is
free. Otllce hours from D a. in. to 7 p.
m. Iicmctnber next date.
Yellow Jaunrlic C;irod.
Suffering him::iity stvjuld b sup
plied with every means possib'o for its
relief. It Is Willi pleasure, we MbU.sh
the following: "This is to certify that
I was a terrible sufferer from Yellow
Jaundice for over f.'ix months, and was
treated by some of the best physicians
in our city and to no avail. Dr. Dell,
our druggist, recommended J'lcctrlo
Hitters; and after taking two bottles,
I was entirely cured. I now take
great pleasure in recommending them to
any person suffering from this terrible
malady. I am gratefully yours, M. A.
Jlogarty, Lexington, Ky." Sold by
Grant I'lolden, Druggist.
Overcome evil with good. Overcome
your coughs and cold with One Minute
Couch Cure. It is no good children
cry for it. It cures croup, bronchitis.
fmeumonia, grippe and all throat and
ung disesBci. Grant Holden.
F. & A. M. Election.
The following officers were elected
for the ensuing year at the regular
communication of Brock way Lodge,
No. 316, F. &A.M, last Thursday eye
ning: W. M. C. It. Holden.
S. W. R. II. Menerey.
J. W. W. 11. Uallentine.
Treas. II. E. Heard.
Sec. II. I'earce.
Chaplain Kev. Win. Coulter.
S. I).- Harvey Tappan.
J. D. Frank" Reeves.
Stewards W. A.Cavanagh and E. F.
Representative to (J rand Lodge Will
The newly elected officers were in
stalled Tuesday evening.
Below we publish a list of officers
elected for the ensuing year in Yale
Tent, No. 86, K. (). T. M:
Com. John Ilallock.
Lt. Com. John Baxter.
R. K. Frank Minnie.
F. K. W. A. Cavanagh.
Sargcant Albert Jacksou,
Chap. W. Adams.
M. at A. J. C. Jones.
1st M. of O. John Henry.
2d M. of (. W. V. Andreae.
Sentinel Lewis Cady.
Picket R. Andreae.
Bobby Burns' Anniversary.
A number of tho members of the
Hums Club of Yale met at the ltapley
House parlors Wednesday evening and
made arrangements to celebrate the
birthday of Scotland's poet. It was
decided to hold a banquet at the Rap
ley House on the evening of January
25th. Committees were appointed to
prepare an appropriate program and
provide for an evening of social en
joyment. A piper will bo secured to furnish
'music' for the occasion. The pro
gram will be made up of Scotch songs
and recitations, also addresses by out
The committees appointed to look
after the welfare and entertainment of
the guests arc:
IJaxquet J. R Paisley, Charles
Rounds and R. (!. McLaughlin.
Pkoouam James Wallace, E. II.
Drake and Harvey Tappan.
Ri:ci:i'TIon Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. W. (!. Wight,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McColl.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Ue.it Salve in theworld for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively enres Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
For sale by Grant Holden.
Printer's ink is the best trade stim
ulater you can use. Advertise in Tho
The Best Cough Remedy on Earth.
Warner's White Wine of Tar Syrup,
Consumption Cure, cures a cold in 21
hours if taken in time, and does net
stop a cough in one minute by paralyz
ing the throat, but it cures the disease
and leaves the throat and lungs
healthy and strong. 25 and i0 cts.
State ot Michigan, County of St. Clair. J-ss.
At a session of llic l'rohatt Court for stilil
County of St. Clair, h-!(l at the 1'rohatc Otllce
inthecilv of Port Huron, on the Sill l;iy of
Dici iiiln r. In the jcar one thousand eight hun
dred and iiinetv fi.'ht.
Present, Hon. Frank T. Wolcott, Judge .f
In tin matter of the estate .f .Tcrcmhili John
son, leeeased. On reading aval tiling the peti
tion, ilulv verified, of A. W. Ferguson and
tieorge Walker, administrators of the estate of
said deceased, praying that they in;iy he.
licensed to "dl ceitain real estate for the pur
pose of paying debts and expense of admin
i.str.ition. It is ordered, that Monday the nth day of
January. '.r. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
said Piuli ite )!Ure, he appointed f.ir hearing
satil pctitlim. and that all pet sons Inlercited in
said e-itate a ;ear la-fort said court, at said tim
and place, to show cause why a Herns.! should
not he granted to said A. V. lYrgnsou ami
tleotL-e Walker to sell real estate as prayed for
In said petition. And it Is further ordered,
'1 hat a copy of this order ho puhlished three suc
cessiw weeks previous to suid day ot hearing, in
The Yah lApositur, a iicwsnaper printed and
circulating In said count v of !t. Clair.
(A trim copy.) tTJANK T. WOI.COTT,
ai t Judge of Probate.
I1AKYKY TAPPAX, Attorney for Kstato.
I Hew Grocery I
llnu rlnnr Kunth nf Y ulhieo'u &
harness shon. X
"S Our (ioods aro all new and Q
j fresh and we intend to keep
$ everything in our lino that is $
S wanted by the housekeeper. Q
Drop in and see us for wo will jj
be pleased to see you.
fa Remember we will always keep v
$ in stock a full line of
ft Groceries. g
RJ. Lothian, I
8 Yale, Mich.
Holiday Gifts f
Are now taking the attention of the entire buying
rrj public, and we do not wish to be overlooked
igjj when you make your selection. We can
show you a very tasty line of
3 Toilet Sets. Manicure Sets, Collar
&. and Cuff Boxes, Mirrors. Celluloid
Articles, Handkerchief Boxes. Al-
is bums, Photo Frames, Atomizers, Etc.
xrx In our Duelists Sundries we carry a complete line of
-gl Hair llrushes, Clothes lirushes, Combs, Pocket
yf Rooks, I'ipes, and such things as make useful
presents that are always sure to please.
J HAVE SANTA CLAUS CALL AT OUR STORE.
I WILL LENN0N,
M Druggist and Stationer.
Ymas Greeting. I
We come to the people of Vale and vicinity on
Christmas, 1898, with an unequalled line of the
various articles that go to make up Xmas
gifts. We have a cart load of
- Fancy $ Handkerchiefs, -
To Bo Sold For 1 cent Each.
Our 10 and 15 cent line of 'kerchiefs aro tho
finest you ever grazed upon. We wish also to
remind Old Santa Claus that we are head
Stick Candy, Mixed Candy, Creams, Peppermint, Hoarlionnd,
?A?..k.L?I..D101,s Walnuts, Brazils, Pecans,
Remember tho Place. fl
1. ti. PAKKHNUIN. I
Has a Loud Voice.
Has One Also
But a Duet betwaen quality
And price brings down tho house.
We claim to h ive both quality and price and are Closing
Out our Fall Cloous at prices that cannot bo beat. Wcask you
to call, l)')ic over our Stock and we guari'.ntea that if you nre a
l:ur-imiKU'u person to l ) aomo business with you. if there 13
an) thin.r you want in the Hardware line. We are closing up
our first year's business In Vale and found it very satisfactory.
Thanking our customers for past favors and soliciting a
continuance uf the same liberal patronage wo will endeavor
as heretofore to continue to sell K"d3 on tho smallest Tnarjjm
of pro tit consistent with sound business principle:.
Very Truly Yours,
FOX & ROUNDS.
UNION BLOCK, YALE, MICH.
Get Ready Now -For
J-Jollday goods of all kinds includin;
Jewelry, Silverware, Sterling Silver Novelties,
Qolls, Doll Swings, Doll Ueds, Doll Dishes.
live Dishes, Salad Uowls, Cake Hates, Lamps,
ngines. Hose Carts, Surreys, Street Cars,
Indies' Toilet Uoxes, l'hoto Cases, Medallions.
Jndies' and dents' Charms, Kings, Watches, In fact
Everything suitable for Christmas gifts.
Call and Set Our Stock. Trios Eight.
H. J. DOELLE,