Newspaper Page Text
Roseburg School Notes
YALE 8; EMMETT 6.
(Continued From First Face)
WHEN you buy Ajax tires you
get something more than fine
rubber and fabric and the vulcani
zation of these two. You get
the maker's steadfast determina
tion for Quality. Ajax tires are
guaranteed in writing for 5000
miles. Measured in miles, Ajax are
better tires by 1500 miles.
u While others are claiming Quality
we are guaranteeing it."
Eilber & Barth, Yale
Grimes & Waterman, Peck
For Thrush and Foot Diseases
Balsam of Myrrh
ness, Strains, Bunches, Thrush, Old Sores,
Nail Wounds, Foot Rot, Fistula, Bleeding, Etc., Etc
Made Since 1846 "&5KBffnf PRICES, 25c; 50c and $1.00
ALL DEALERS or Write G. C HANFORD MFG. CO. SYRACUSE. N. Y.
Default having been made In the conditions of
a inortKHKe mailt) Ity Michael Madden and Cath
erine Maddeu, his wife, to the Commercial Bank,
a body corporate, organized under the lawn of
the Mate of Michigan at I'ort Huron, as niort
Kutfee. dated the Mil day of March, A. U. i ju.
and recorded In the uMce of the KegNter of
leed lor the County of St. ('lair and state of
Michigan on the day of January, A. I), lylc,
tn Liber r, of Mortgaged on nage ait on which
mortgage there la claimed to ue due at the time
of thin notice the gum of four hundred nineteen
and fx-iuo Dollars. UMH.5J and an attorney'!
fee of fifteen dollars as by the statute In such
case made and provided, and no suit or pro
ceedings at law having been Instituted to re
cover the money secured by said mortgage or
any part thereof,
Mow therefore, by virtue of the power of sale
contained In such mortgage and in the statute
In such case made and provided, notice Is here
by given that on Wednesday, the th day of
Juue, A. D. 1V1C the said Commercial liank
hall sell at public auction to the highest bidder,
at the main wutt entrance of the court house,
i commonly called the City II all J of the City of
ort Huron, county of ht. Clair, and State of
Michigan, I that being the place where the Cir
cuit Court lor the county of St. Clair Is holdeu
the premises described in satd mortgage, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to pay the
amount due on said mortgage with per cent
Interest and all legal costs, w ith an attorney's fee
of fifteen dollars as by statute made and piovld
ed, the said premises being described in saw
mortgage as Lots twelve (12) and fourteen (H)
In lUock seveuty-flvw (75 of the Cemetery rial
of the Fort Uratlot Military Keservatlon l'lat of
part of the City of I'ort Huron, St ('lair county,
Dated I'ort Huron, Mich., March 24. A.D. 1016
THK COMMERCIAL KAN K, Mortgagee
C. L. BKNKD1CT. Attorney for Mortgagee,
White Block, I'ort Huron, Michigan. 52-13
Default having boen made In the conditions of
a mortgage made by Mary Jarvts, of I'ort Huron
Michigan, to The Commercial liank, a corpora
tion, of the City of I'ort Huron, Michigan, bear
ing date the 2lst day of May, A. D. ivvi. and re
corded In the onion of the Register of Deeds for
ht CUIr County. Michigan, In Liber 121 of Mort
gages on page no; there Is claimed to be due at
the time of this notice, of the money secured by
said mortgage, the sum of five hundred forty
eight and 7loo dollars, and no suit or proceed
ings at law having been Instituted to recover
atiy part thereof,
Tlkerefore, under the power of tale contained
In said mortgage, notice Is hereby given that on
the 17th day of .lune A. D. 1 l r,. at ten o'clock In
the forenoon of said day, at the front door of
the Court House In the city of I'ort Huron, St.
Clair County, Michigan, that being the plaoe
where the Circuit Court for the County ot St.
Clair Is held, the said Commercial Hank shall
ell at public auction to the highest bidder to
pay the amount due on said mortgage and legal
costs and charges. Including an attorney fee of
twenty-five dollars, all or so much as may be
necessary, the premises described In said mort
gage, viz: All those certain pieces or parcels of
land situate and being In the Township of I'ort
Huron, County of St. Clair, and state of Michi
gan, and deacrlld as follows: Tke south twenty-five
acres of the following described forty-five
acrerof land: The southeast quarter of the
northeast quarter of section six and the west
five acres of the southwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of sectlen five, town six,
north of range seventeen east.
Dated this 'Mh dsv of February, A . I. 191ft.
T1IK COMMERCIAL HANK, Mortgagee
Hy A. D. Kennett. President
HA I RD A 8TKWAKT, Attorneys for Mortgagee
6-7 White Mock, Tort Huron, Mich. 50-12
1 BOBATK OUDKK
1 state of Michigan, The Itobate Court for
the County of St. Clair.
At a session of said Court, held at the Trobate
Omce In the city of I'ort Huron, la said County,
on the nth day of May, A.D. 1916.
Present: Hon. Hugh II. Hart, Judge of Tro-
In the matter of the estate of John Mathews,
I II WI 1 1 SW Wl I
K. 1L Drake and WUHam . Wight having
Died Wlttt tills Court lDir hum -Miiiiiuinirauuii
..uwuini o ..,iap,llaiia nt (kid etatA. toirnther
with a petition praying that the Mid account be
allowed, me guaraians mscnargeu suu mo vw
lam i ium'u .
It Is ordered. That Monday, the 12th day of
June nest, at :) o'clock In the forenoon, at
aid I'robato Ofllce, be appointed for hearing
thereof: ... . . .
And It Is further ordered that a copy of this
order oe puiuisnna mrm lunriiiiTB Trr7n pri
u... a .ih nf hMrlnv In tha Vl Kino I
tor, a newra;er printed and circulating la said
county oi i. cuir. . r. .
(A true copy) HUGH Ff. HART,
GEO. L. KROWN, Judge of Probate
JTobate Register 7-1
Default having been made In the conditions of
a real estate mortgage made by Sarah A Manuel
and Stephen O. Manuel ot the City of Port Hur
on to Helena I. Schneider, dated March :ust,
mil, and recorded In the onlce of tho itegisier of
Deeds for the county or si. ciair anu Mate oi
Michigan on the 3lst day of March, lull, In
Liber 111 of Mortgages on Page r,2, and which
said mortgage was on the 2nd day of October,
1912, duly assigned by Helena D. Schneider to
William Schneider, said assignment of mort
gage having been duly recorded In the ofllce of
the Register of Deeds for the County of St. Clair
on the '7th day of July, 19U, In Liber is of As
signments of Mortgage, on rage 9. on wnicn
mortgage there Is claimed to be due at the date
of this notice the sum of Seven Hundred and
Ninety and 41-100 dollars ($790.41 ). together with
an attorney fee of twenty-live dollars provided
for In said mortgage and no suit or proceeding
at law navmg oeen instituted to recover ine
mcneys secured by said mortgage or any part
Now, therefore, by virtue of the power of sale
contained In said mortgage and the statute in
such case made and provided, notice Is hereby
given that on Monday, ine 2tn aay oi August,
1916, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, I shall sell
at public auction to the highest bidder at the
front door of the court house In the City of Port
Huron, that being the place where the Circuit
Court for the County ot St. Clair Is holden, the
premises described In said mortgage, or as much
thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount
due on said mortgage with Interest at the rate
of six per cent and all legal costs and expenses,
together with an attorney fee of twenty-five
dollars as covenanted therein.
The said premises are described In said mort-
gati as all of the following described piece or
parcel of land situate In the city of Port Huron
County of St. Clair and State of Michigan, to
wn: commencing at a point on the quarter
line of section twenty-one (21), town six (6)
north, range seventeen (17) east, two rods south
of the northwest corner of the southwest quar
ter ot the norm-east quarter ot said section
twenty-ono (21), being the Intersection of the
south line of Nern street with said quarter linn,
thence south on said quarter line thirty rods,
thence east at right angles to said quarter line
forty rods, thence north parallel with said quar
ter line thirty rods to the south line of Nern
street, thence west on the south line of Nern
street, forty rods to the place of beginning, con
taining seven and one-naif acres of land more
Dated May 29th, 1916.
MOORE ft WILSON. Assignee of Mortgagee
Attorneys for Mortgagee, iM.l
Business Address: I'ort Huron, Mich.
state of Michigan, The Probate Court for
the County of tit. Clair. . '
At a session of said court, held at the Probate
Office In the City of Port Huron, In said County,
on the 12th day of April, A. D. KU6.
Present, Hon. Hugh 11. Hart, Judge of Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of Jacob Vancllcf.
Manley 8. Denard, having filed with this
Court his petition praying that John II. Merrill
or some other suitable person be appointed
administrator of said estate:
It Is Ordered, That Monday, the 12th day of
June next, at 9:00 o'clock In the forenoon, at
said Probate Office, be appointed for hearing
And It Is FurtherOrdered that a copy of this or
der be published three successive weeks previous
to said day of hearing, In the Yale Expositor a
newspaper printed and circulating in said
County of St. Clair.
(A true copy) IIUOTI II. HART.
(iEO. L. HKOWN. Judge of Probate
l'robate Register 7-4
state of Michigan, The Probate Court for
the County of St. Clair
At a session of oald court, held at the Probate
Office In the City of Port Huron. In said County,
on tke 26th day of May, A. D. 1916.
Present: Hon. Htuh II. Hart, Judge of Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of K. liruce Lothian
ElUabeth Lothian having filed with this Court
her final administration account as admlnlstra
trtxof said estate, together with a petition pray
ing that the said accounbe allowed, the admin
istratrix discharged, the estate closed, the
heirs determined and the residue of said estate
assigned to the persons entitled thereto.
It Is Ordered that Monday, the 2fth day of
June, next, at 9-on e'clock In the forenoon, at
said Probate Office, be appointed for hearing
And It Is Further Ordered, that a copy of this
order be published three successive weeks prev
ious to said day of hearing In the Yale Expositor
a newspaper printed and circulating In said
County ot St. Clair.
(A true cory) HUGH II. HART.
(IEO. U HKOWN, Judge of Trobate
Itobate Register 9-i
use nothing but high school timber,
but fate was against him, for In the
very fir6t inning a swiftly pitched ball
took a lively bicker up the arm of our
plucky little catcher and al&o painted
hia eve a dusky hue He was down
and out for the balance of the game,
Allen took his place and he certainly
caught a fine game.
In the first frame Yale succeeded in
making four nice runs before they
r Tog art
Bricker's Big Stick Didn't Help the Visitors
could be headed off, and in the balance
of the game they only made four more.
The visitors made only six runs and
came out at the small end of a six to
Batteries: Tale, Beadle, Beadle and
Allen; Kmmett, Shibley and McCabe.
"Dutch"' Hallman did relief duty for
a few innings, and his work shows
plainly that he hasn't forgotten how to
Frauk Sheehy acted as umpire and
his decisions were fair and impartial,
both teams being more than satisfied
with his work.
Next week, which closes the 1916
season for the High School team will
Shibley Issued a Number of Passes
be a strtnuous one for our bunch. On
Wednesday the fast playing Richmond
team will play at Yale. This aggrega
tion has lost but one game this year
and in all probabilities the contest will
be an interesting one. On Friday, the
9th, Brown City will be down and
cross bats with our boys. Both games
will be played at City Park and will be
called at 3:30 sharp. Plan to attend.
By being there you will not only see
Beadle Stole Two Bases
some good ball playing but you will
also give the boys encouragement and
()n wnnlrl naturallv think that after
the unmerciful drubbing the Marlette
IHs-h School tftAm pave our bovs earlv
In the season they would be a little bit
sociable and let Yale have the return
f:ame. But not so, Lucy. They believe
n being ''whole bog or none," and last
Friday took the second game from Y.
U.S. by a score of 7 to 3. Twas a
good game at that price and the odds
were in favor of Yale till near the
finish when, by. a comedy of errors,
the Marlette team won out.
FOB SALE Five acres of land, good
house, worksnop, siaoie iornorseana
cow, hen house, fine orchard, small
fruits and berries. H miles from
town. Call on E. J. Ulce, or phone
157 21 3r.
Bernice Badley and Marie Weliman
are editors this week.
Two more days of school.
All the grade examinations are past.
We are learning many new songs.
Howard mith is back to school, af
ter having bronchitis.
Verna Smith Is very ill with typhoid
George Ulnkley is absent from school
on account of running a nail in bis
Our boys had a very interestlngNball
game with the- Foster school Friday.
The score was 9 to 10 in favor of Kose
burg. Miss Wood seemed very sleepy' last
Monday morning. Gurus it was on ac
count of being out late the night before.
We have decided to have our picnic
in Mr. Mclntyre's orchard on Friday,
June 2. There will be a ball game be
tween the boys and girls. Both are
good players and It will prove interest
ing. There will be swings and other
amusements for the little folks. Far
ents and friends are cordially invited
to come, bring a well-hlled basket and
a cheery 6mile, which will help us all
to have a good time after a year of
Mrs. Wood and Mrs. West were vis
itora Friday afteruoon. We enjoy
We ae spending our spare time
practicing for children s day.
.1 ulia Hector, one of our aixth graders
has been neither absent nor lardy dur
ing the entire term.
Contest Friday. Bernice Badley and
Roselta Gingrich were captains and
Hosetta's side won.
We wish to express our thanks to
the editor for his kindness in sending
the paper to us each week. It was a
welcome visitor and we all enjoyed
SEED COHN 1 have 6ome seed corn
for sale at a reasonable price. Apply
to Richard Houghton, Yale. 8-2
WANTED Old rags, rubbers, boots
and shoes. Will pay 5 cts a pound
for rubbers, 1 ct a pound for rags.
Bring in your old iron for which we
will pay 65.00 per ton.
1-8 John Sexton, Yale.
FOR SALE We offer for sale our
Iiouse and lot, corner Keunetick and
Wood streets, Yale. Call at house.
5- Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Parmlee
FARM FOR SALE 80 aereB, all but
10 acres under cultivation, house and
bam.well of pure water, good orchard;
located ' mile from school, 2 miles
from R R station. For further par
ticulars and price inquire of J. C.
Davis, Yale. Phone 24. 4-
FARM FOR SALE Twenty-live acres
mile east of lale, 5 acres within
corporate limits. Will sell whole
piece or divide into tracts. Inquire
of John H. Mathews, Yale. t-4
WOOL WANTED Am in the mar
ket for 1916 clip of wool. See me be
fore you sell. Bring your wool in on
Saturdays. II. P. Ohmer. 7-4
WANTED An energetic active man
to establish permanent business.
Whole or part time. Health and
Accident Insurance. Immediate cash
returns. Address National Casualty
Company, Detroit, Mich.
FOR RENT Eight-room house on
Mary street, i ale, modern in every
way; cellar, garage, big lot. fruit
trees, splendid garden spot. One
year lease. T. J. Minnie. 9-2
MANY WOMEN NEED HELP
Women are as much inclined to kid
ney trouble as men, but too often make
the mistake of thinking that a certain
amount of pain and torture Is their lot
and cannot be ayoided. Foley Kidney
Fills give aulck relief from backache
pains Tn the 6ides and muscles, stiff,
sore, acning joints ana Diaaaer ailments.
H. 1. llennessy. adv
Board of Review
To all persons liable to assessment for
taxes In the township or Urockway,
County of St. Clair, State of Michi
gan, for tho year 11)19;
Notice is Hereby Given, That the
Assessment Roll for the said township
of Brock way for the year 1910, has been
completed and that the Board of Re
view of said township will be in session
at the TOWN HALL,
Tuesday, June 6th, 1916
from 7 .-00 o'clock in the forenoon until
5-00 o'clock in the afternoon, for the
purpose of reviewing and correcting
the Assessment Roll. The Board will
also be in session MONDAY, JUNE
19th IQlrt onH nrill nmoln In eamlnn
until the review is completed.
JOHN L. PATTERSON,
Supervisor, Brockway Township.
Dated May 22, ID 16.
v For 8ale.
9-room house, 2 lots, barn, shed, hog
pen, hen coop, some berries and fruit
on lots; a desirable place located on
Mechanic street, lale, for sale, tor
particulars and terms, call on or ad
dress Dr. W. U. Wight Yalev - 50
We want young men
over 18, to learn
trades in our Ship
building Yards. Good
wages while learning,
and rapid advance
Bulletin No. 2
Why We Are Opposing A
Government Armor Plant
To the People:
Some people Bay that the ycry fact that the Bethlehem Steel Company is so aggressively
fighting the proposal to build a Government armor plant is conclusive proof that the Company
is seeking to assure for itself the "vast profits" derived from private manufacture.
The fact is that armor making is the least profitable feature of steel manufacture.
The reason we oppose a Government plant is very simple. It is this:
Even though there is but little profit in the making of armor, we have invested over
$7,000,000 in our armor plant;
, That plant ia useless for any other purpose; if a Government plant is built the useful-
ness of our plant is destroyed.
It would be good business for us to make armor for the Govern
ment at any price over and above the actual shop cost, RATHER
THAN SACRIFICE OUR ENTIRE INVESTMENT.
We do not tedc to save big profits; our purpose is very frankly to save our armor
plant itself built solely for the use of the Government from going to the scrap-heap.
To do that, we are prepared to agrre for any period to any terms of .manufacture
which the Federal Trade Commission shall say absolutely protects the Government
of the United States.
CUA&. M. 6CUWAB.
UGENB O. OHAOs,
TtoUlclwm Steel Company
,S iO ' . 'D : CT agT ID - Pi
Tiger Non-Skid Tread Defiance Smooth Tread
Proof of the peerless quality and remarkable wcarabillty of "Defiance" automo
bile tires can be found In the proud records they have made.
TXTrsa.. IF1. Baxx, .t., "STeuL
Under the covering and upholstering of this Casket is a
perfect Armor Plate protection for the body.
Strongest and most durable of all Caskets.
Armor plate steel double coated with pure lead.
Tested strength 60,000 pounds per square inch.
No glued joints to soak loose in wet ground.
Will not swell and burst open like wood.
Cannot be crushed by earth nor invaded by animals.
Will be found intact in case of removal. .
Years of actual use have demonstrated the Belmont Casket to be indestructible and the
Belmont Casket Manufacturing Company), of Bellaire, Ohio, authorizes all Funeral
Directors to replace this casket without expense to the purchaser should it at anytime
( forever) fail to fulfil the guarantee.
Furnished only by
DAVIS '& SON
Phone Twenty-four Funeral Directors Yale, Michigan
S ' POULTRY WANTED.
I am In the market for poultry or ail
kinds and will pay the highest market
prices for same, lirlni? In your poultry
Wednesday of each wetk. Inquire at
residence, opposite feed barn, ale.
35- nenry r, unraer.
JOHN H. MERRILL
Offlo. Main Strot - YaU, Mleh.
Adyertislng In this paper pays.
the lull of I
o'clock Thursday m
kway Lodge, 316, FA AM
communication on or before
the moon oach month at T:W
o'clock Thursday Tenin(rurinsr r'l as roiiows
Jan. At; Ken. 17; Kiarcn in; April i:; may 11;
June 1&-24; July 13; Ann. lo; H.it.7 ; ix-t. f; Not.
?: lxw. 7-77. N. 11. Herbert, W. M.
II. K. Beard, Treas. Henry I'earce, Sec