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mr rr JL i vyyAy Ay JAS. A. MENZIES, Publisher. 1 th Bes' Interestt of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. XIE, No. 20. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. Price: $1.00 per Year. . i i i NOW FOR THE FALL CAMPAIGN. Not to elect Hartsuff but Snover. And now another more important matter to be settled which should interest every body: "Where shall I Clothe my Family this Fall? Who will give me the Best Value for my money?" Is it not policy to buy good, honest poods in preference to shoddy goods when you can buy them for the same price? Buy at the rrAl 1 Fk .1' 1.1 fix )) UQ Where you will find the Largest Stock to choose from and the lowest prices ever offered the people. You can "Shoe your Family" with us. (Jet good honest goods and save money. "We buy direct from the Factory, therefore you have but one profit to pay. Dry Goods Department Is now full with all the latest things in Dress (Joods and Notions. Call and inspect our show goods. Thanking we remain yours, HOLDER REMOVED ! We have rented and remodeled the old McKeith .Store in the McKenna Block and are now prepared to meet all of our old customers at the new stand. We are now making a specialty of QCHOOL BOOKS School supplies. And invite your early inspection as we carry the only complete line in the village. In WALL PAPER We are showing very pretty designs at the lowest possible prices. A cordial invitation is extended to all to visit us at our new store McKEKKA BLOCK. P. VV. DOELLE. CUTLERY HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES and RANGES, f. mm & Diore stock. No trouble to you tor past favors, VARIETY. CO, YALE. St McMIR. OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000. Deposit your Money where It Is safe, ft per cent interest on Time. Certificates of Deposit. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale Peoole and Their Friends. Hhinch Hurri is attending the Lon don fair. Harvey Tappan was m 1'ort Huron last Friday. Carl Stoner visited friends in Mem phis Sunday. Nora I'.rown, of Avoca, hpent Sun day in the village. 1. II. Noble has been in Chicago the past few days on business. K. K. Pratt and family were guests of C'apac friends Tuesday. John Muir and wife were attending the London fair the past week. Uoy Francis and family, of Tort Hu ron, are guests of J. J. Francis. Lara Middleton, wife and sister Sybel attended the Croswell fair this week. Mrs. Joe Scott, of Tort Huron, visited friend and relatives in Yale last week. Mabel and Maudy O'Connor are vis iting in Memphis and Wales this week. Mrs. Frank Snyder and son, of lirown City, are visiting (Jrant Hoiden and wife. Mrs. William Kberlee and daughter, of Saginaw, visited at John Teetzel's this week. James I'.rown and family have re turned home from tlieir visit to friends in Canada. I'.ert McDonald is in Sanilac Centre where he has secured a situation in a meat market. Oscar L. ISoieo returned to Tort Hu ron Friday last after a short stay with triemls in lale. Kobert Morlev, of Capac, is visiting the families of L. Clark and John It luck this week. Mr. Lewis and wife, of Lambs, visited with friends and relatives in Yale and vicinity last week. Kichard Smauldcn, of Sanilac Cen tre, wus a guest of K. F. l'ratt and family last Friday. Mrs. Marilla Itedgood and daughter, of Millington, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Martin Munro. Mr. and Mrs. Faust, of Saginaw, vis ited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Doellc, last week. Foster Francis has been attending the London fair, also visiting friends in other parts of Canada. Aaron Windsor is assisting his broth, er-in-luw in the barber shop at Croswell during the fair this week. John Llack and wife took in Kich mond, Mt. Clemens ami Tort Huron Sunday and Monday last. Allie Clark started Wednesday on a three or four weeks visit to friends in Richfield and other points. ("ieo. Smith and wife, of llerville, called at L. Clark's on their way to Sanilac Centre on Wednesday. A. W. Ferguson has been spending a few days the past week in Detroit and Almont on business and pleasure. . Elder K. II. lirown returned this week from Sanilac Centre where he has been doing some christian work. Mrs. Iionnard and daughter Dora returned home Monday from Detroit where they were attending the State Fair. Mrs. Walsh and little son returned to their home in Hay City after spend ing a short time with friends in this place. Cephas Turner, of North Lrancli, has been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity tor some tune. Hero turned home Saturday. Thomas Hoiden and family returned home Tuesday evening from Detroit after a few days visit to friends. Their visit was cut short on account of Itertie taking sick while there. Republican Caucuses. A caucus of the Republicans of the township of Rrockway will be held at the village hall in Yale on Tuesday evening, September 25, 1894, at the hour of 7:00 o'clock p. in., local time, for the purpose of sending delegates to the 3d Representative District con vention for St. Clair county, which is called for Friday, September 2.S, at hmmet village, tor nominating a can didate for Representative for naid Dis trict. Jty order of Committee. Jtenj. Kvans, Chairman. Farm to Rent. Located in the township of Speaker, .Nuniac county, z miles norm and 1 miles ot aie, containing i) acres, 100 acres under good cultivation, lit) acres pasture, good buildings, nlentv of water, and good bearing orchard of choice trim. l or full particulars and terms, call at the farm or address, S. iiolcomb, lale, Mich. Electrlo Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well KUUWI1 aim bo popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitters sine tho rattia annc rt praise. A purer medicine does not arl.f nnl tt ! J a J - ... . . iv i! Kuiuiiuit'f u iu uw an mat is ciaimea. Electric .Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Kheum iiu omer aueciions caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache. Constipation and indigestion try Elec tric Bitters Entire satisfaction guar tnteed, or money refunded. Price DO cts. and $1.00 per bottle at Grant Uol den & Bxo.'s urugstoc. Coneral News. Ten divorce cases are on the docket in the Circuit Court of Macomb county. Mrs. Cornelia Hcnstcad, 4of China, has been cent to the eastern Michigan asylum. The I'aper Clothing Company will start up at I'ort Huron witli a full force ot operators. Edgar Urennan, promoter of the Lexington railroad, is in Tort Huron making another ellort to raise the re quired bonus. Feme, the three-year-old daughter of Asa Coo ley, of Marlette, fell into an open cistern last Thursday morning and was drowned. Tho St. Clair Sunday school conven tion will bo held at St. Clair next week Thursday and Friday. A line program has been prepared for the occasion. Alexander Saunders was seriously injured on Tuesday afternoon last by falling from the roof of his house in Fort Huron. Several ribs were broken. The Murlette Leader came out this week printed all at homo and presents a very attractive appearance. Rrother llubbeil is a progressive newspaper man and deserves the success he is meeting with. The store of the Marlette Mercantile Company was burglarized last week Wednesday night. Entrance was ob tained through a rear window. The safe, which was open, was visited and tho drawers pried open. Notes and papers to the value of 1,2H) were taken besides in cash. One of the new steamer I'nique's boilers collapsed Friday morning when she was about to stop at St. Clair and a lireman by the name of James Prim rose was "horribly scalded and after ward died. The steamer lnique is having more than her share of trouble. Since she lirst came out her machinery has been bothering her, but this is the worst accident yet. Resolutions of Condolence. The following resolutions were pass ed at a regular review of May tent, No. 477: W'kkis; in the past meetings of May tent Sir Knight Albert Mande ville usually answered to roll call, but now there is no response for he sleeps the sleep that knows no waking. And whereas he was always pleasant and genial and an active, hard working, etlicient member of this tent, ami above all he was an honest man, the noblest work of Ood, therefore be it Jlfsofrid, I hat we tender to the rtniilv of niir ilennrteil Sir Knirrht. nnr sincere sympathy in this their great loss ana wun mem we trust mat wmu is their and our loss is his gain. Clark I). Winn, Martin II. Col berg, Thomas Shutt, Committee. Teachers' Examination. There will only be one more exami nation this fall ; it will be held in l'ort Huron high school Friday and Satur day Sent. J8 and '2'J. The examination will commence Friday at 1 o'clock, p. m. local time. Come prepared with pens, penhold ers, pencils, knives, &c, as you will not be allowed to borrow from your neigh bor, and thus avoid confusion and in terruption and prevent any excuses for communication. R. It. Fairman, Com. Notice. Notice is hereby given that a certain promissory note dated the 21st day of Jiine, 181)4, signed by J. II. teller and F. H.Gibbsand made payable at the Commercial Rank in Marlette, Mich., on the 1st day of October, 1894, to R. J. Dagg for the sum of I wenty Dollars, will not be paid by the makers of said note as there has been no value receiv ed for the same and all persons are hereby warned not to purchase the same as the makers will refuse to pay the same. J. II. Teller, 18-4 F. II. Oibbs. Fair and Race Dates. Yale, fair and races, Sept. 25th, 20th and 27th. Sanilac County Fair at Lexington, October 4, a, and 0. Capac fair and races, Oct. 2, 3 and 4. Romeo lair, Oct. 10, 11 and 12. Cass City fair, Sept. 23, 2G, 27 and 23. North iiranch tair, Oct. :i, 4 and . Lapeer fair, Sept. 2(5, 27 and 28. Ladles I You are all invited to attend the fall opening of new dress goods and silks, over live hundred different patterns in all wool and silk and wool and the latest novelties of the season, Saturday, September 22, and Monday, September 24, at rred Jsrand s residence, lale. Farming Lands. For sale cheap, on easy terms. Im proved or unimproved; with or without timoer as purchaser may desire, in townships of Rrockway and Emmet, St. Clair county, Michigan. Apply to Albert Mccaii, i'ort Huron. 7tt Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best place to go for a cheap home, either cleared or woodland. (Jood chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up this particular location, located between the Y'ork and the James rivers and altout 40 miles from Newport News, Southampton, Old l'oint Comfort and Norfolk, one of the finest harbors on the Atlantic coast, writo or call on J. It. Francis, Rox 77, Y'ale, Mich. 47tf Gentlemen 1 Farmers! I have for reryices 2 miles north and 1 miles west of Yale, Chesters and Roland China Roars, also Shorthorn Durham Hull, 21 monthsold, from the best stock. Weight of sire 2,200 lbs. Rreed the best it costs no more than scrubs. Fee f 1.00, spot cash. 27 O. I). Waldorph. FERGUSOMCO. STILL AMONG YOU And doing business in a fail' and concise n ay that seems to ivin. WE ARE OUT WITH SOME PRICES FOR FALL TRADE. Tia.'b'u.la.r Xja.3a.tem.s S25c. 2Moin.sels.olsa. "V-rlnfjcrs $1.50. These are tiro leaders and irill soon, he closed. Our Stove Stock Is as varied and complete as any person can as A: Heating and Cook Stoves at Prices That Make Them Sell. Look Out For No. 1 ! It's to Your Own Interests ,TO BUY YOUR DRY GOODS, FURNISHINGS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, FINE SHOES, CROCKERY Of us. Ours are all the latest and prettiest styles. Rest quality at prices that are right. Give us a coll. Lothian & Beard, GENERAL DEALERS. 4P0INTS -t5 IN WHICH tr WE $ EXCEL ! UdiabiUty, Promptitude, Qual ity of Oooda and Economy. h fa h Uring us your - FAMILY RECEIPTS and PRESCRIPTIONS As we give especial care In their Compounding. 1 cKENNA & LENNON Leading Druggists, YALE, - MICH. GRAHAM'S Photo 5: Studio, Tirst Door South of JIank, MICH. Cabinets, neit 30 Days, $2.00 per doz. Only First-Class work guaranteed. Views of Dwellings taken to Order. COHE M ONCE ! That's what we're doing in a measure. Frankly, we don't sell "(Joods at cost." We try to clear something on every sale but we make the prollt as small as we can. YALE, MICH. Window Shades ! Cloth Shades, size 3x0 ft. mounted on good spring roller and heavy fringe at AH cents. Felt shades 3x6 ft. all colors on spring rollers at 15 cents each. Shades made to order any size up to 9ft. wide at I3ottom Prices. Good Heayy All Wool Carpets 53 Cents. 50 piece Tea Set $3.45. C piece Toilet Set S2.23 New Stock of Muslin and Lace Cur tains just received. Wall I'aper In all grades. J. A. DAVIDSON & CO., 903 and 1107 Military St. Port Huron, Mich. At Meal Times You always want a piece of Meat that is TENDER AND SWEET. Long experience has made us ex pert Judges of Meat, and we will glve you points on how to pick out a good piece. Meet us at our block when in need of Meat. Hoiden Bros., Props.