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Ay l i uz 1 1 JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. X the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. XIII, No. 25. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. Price: $1.00 per Year, i i , w HY WILL YOU IT ? Pay high prices for second-class goods when you can buy choice goods at a low price. Don't take our word; come and see the choice line ol Dry Goods. Just what you need for fall and winter wear. New things in Dress (Joods, Trimmings, Outing Flannels, Shirting Flan nels. Great assortment In Cotton Fabrics, Ulankets, Chenille Spreads. New line of Unbias Fascinators, and Notions of a 11 kinds. Boots and Shoes! Buy your Boots and Shoes from us. We buy direct from the Factory and can save you from 10 to 25 per cent in Ladies and Gents Fine Wear and Children's School Shoes. A full stock of Rubbers and Warm Goods. Vlen's Suits $4 AND UPWARDS. i good Assortment of Overcoats and. Furnish in Js. A large stock of (.Jroceries always on hand at the lowest price. We know of a few people that are not using our 23ct. tea. Call at the store for a sample, or ask your neighbor for a drawing and you will use no other. Thanking you for.past favors, we invite you to rait and see us at the Old Stand. East Side. H OLDEN & McMIB. See this space next week. F. H. GIBBS & CO., the people who sell Hardware. REMOVED ! s OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000. J- Deposit your Monrv where it is saft. Brer rent interest on Time Certificates of Deposit. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL REPUBLICAN RALLY! We have rented and remodeled the old McKeith Store in the McKenna Ulock and are now prepare to meet all of our old customers at the new stand. We are now making a specialty of CHOOL 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 McKENXl BLOCK. P. W. DOELLE. Central Hall Crowded to Lis ten to Hon. Horace G. Snover. Although the time was short in which notice had been given of a re publican meeting held in Central hall on Saturday afternoon last, still there was a goodly crowd to listen to the pleasing addresses of Horaco l!. Snov er, congressional candidate and Hon. I'hillip L. Wixson. In speaking of the former gentleman, wc heard several say that he was just such a man as thev expected to see, from what they had read and heard about him. With his frank, open countenance, his hon est and gentlemanly bearing, he cap tured his hearers front first to last of his speech, which was clean and logical with pithy sayings and burner ous anecdotes nnd abounding with such strong truths and arguments that a democrat would find hard to over throw. Mr. Snover spoke at some length in regard to the many changes which the present administration had wrought in our former great prosperity ami graphically gave bis descriptions. We are glad to have beard Mr. Snover and glad that our people have had a chance to know for themselves what manner of man this is whom they would send to Congress. We are as sured that they are in no wise disap pointed. The next speaker of the afternoon, Mr. Wixson, of Croswell, is not an entire stranger here as be gave an address in this town two yeurs ago. This gentleman spoke last Saturday on the financial (iiestions and the tariff and is a very earnest, warm speaker, not afraid of having his own opinions nor of letting them be known. We imagine lie bit a few democrats rather strongly as we noticed them leaving the hall. Mr. Wixon is an earnest ad vocate of republicanism and protec tection and shows by his speech that he has studied deep into the subject in all its details. The afternoon was cer tainly well spent and enjoyed by all who attended. OUR GREATEST OFFER. The Yalo Expositor and Michigan Farmer One Year, Only $1.50. Since establishing Thk Yam: Kxeos tok, nearly thirteen years ago, wo have given our readers, many opportunities of securing the leading papers of the country along with ours at merely nominal rates. I'ut this year we have been enabled to make an exceptionally favorable arrangement with the man agement of the Michigan Farmer, by which we are enabled to offer the two combined for only $l."o. No other oiler equals this. All the news of St. Clair countv for the year and all the agricultural news of the state, in a great Hi-page weekly, for the same time. Let new anil old subscribers roll in their subscriptions at once and take advantage of our unparalleled offer. Echoes From the Castle of Knowledge. Edward Andreas. Editor. Tolly Wilcox has returned to school after an absence of about four weeks. Nellie llebner was absent Thursday. Nellie Iepeel, liert and Kobbie Keid were absent Friday afternoon. Ella Slieehy was absent last week. Iora llonnard was absent Thursday and Friday. Wesley Cavanagh and Lena Cameron were absent Monday morning. It was necessary to put another seat in Mr. black's room, but still there is one scholar without a heat. liella Iiaxter was absent Monday afternoon. The only man in the class will take charge of he school column next week. Are You Ready To Give Thanks? The past year has been a pretty hard one for most folks; but with it all, every one, if he will think the matter over calmly, has some one thing, if no more, to" be truly thankful for this Thanksgiving, be it only that things are not worse. Those who have not yet made up their mind what to be thankful for should read the sympos ium in Demorest's Magazine for No vember, in which a number of well known people give their answers to the question "What Have We to (Jive Thanks For?" The answers are char acteristic, and will set everv reader "a-thinkin." And this is truly a specially inter esting number. The article on "The (Jueen of Korea" gives us glympses of many unique things behind the scenes in the palaces of "the hermit kingdom," and the numerous illus trations, many of them from drawings by Korean artists, bring the far-away little kingdom very near to us. Those interested in getting up church enter tainments should not fail to read "Living Pictures of Amateurs," which gives minute directions how to arrange them easily and quickly; and an illus trated article on "Harvest Iecorations" for churches, will be found very use ful at the Thanksgiving season. All the stories are especially good; in ''So ciety Fads" and "Chat" one may learn all the latest doings of the "Four Hundred"; an excellent article on "The Ureath of Life is in Sanitarian"; "Household" and "Home Art" will aid the house-mother in her autumn preparations; the charming illuatra trations are a treasure-trove, and the oil-picture, "Just My Tie," will appeal to every lover of pumpkin-pie. Every member of the family is sure to find something of individual interest in every number of Demorest's, which is yublished for only $2 a year, by W. ennings Demorest, 13 h. 14th St., New York. That Man Came Back And said that hat deal was all over town, but be didn't care a rap as his folks were mighty well pleased and that they had sent us over a dozen customers for millinery. We don't know where they are all coming from, but we do know our girls are rushed night and day with orders and we had to send to Detroit last week for another first-class trimmer. People say it is not usual to see such rich and stylish hats and bonnets at such littlish prices, but itsour way, so dun't be surprised to get the bat lor $3 that you expected would bo marked $). 'Always bargains in every department at Poice's, 519 Water street, Port Huron. Last Notice. To those parties who hayo bought twine, repairs, etc., you know it was under the distinct understanding that Oct. 1st was tho last day. A good many have paid but yet tOre are a number who nave not, and in order to pay for these goods myself I must collect. I am on the road and cannot give it my own attention, and I take this way of saying that every account and note unpaid by Nov. 1st will, with out further notice, bo placed in the hands of an attorney tor immediate collection. My daughter will be at the store untill that time to receive and receipt for same. J.H.Moore. $100.00 Reward. 1 have SO acres of lana in my own name with a perfect title. No claims or encumbrances against it. The first man who will bring me an actual buyer I will give loo when the sale is made and conveyance executed. I want a payment down of ?-J(X), s;juo, 4, . C, 7, S, !', 1, jack, queen, king, ace, keep on playing your card, but bring the buyer and get the reward. I hold an ah-traet of the land at my office. Six per cent interest on annual payment- of sioi) each will be asked. (ossips are requested to refrain ask ing question-, I wi.h to talk buines and only to those who want the land or the . 71 Ul) reward. Who are you? I am William Cowing. Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers were recorded in the office of the reg ister of deeds since our last issue: Martha Arnold to Michael W. P.rity, land in Marine City; consideration !?2"U. (. S. (tcrmain to Mary V. Wilson, land in Port 1 1 uron; consideration 'Joo. Horace (ialpih to Frank Krauseland in Port Huron; consideration $10'. W. L. Thompson to Eugene Moak, land in Port Iluronjconsideration $luo. Harvey Sparling U Poger Currie, land in Greenwood; consideration $1,200. W. II. Marks to Emma J. Shaw, land in Cottrellville; consideration, $75. Elizabeth PrycetoSarah brown, land in Lynn; consideration (1,50. John Mansfield to F. A P. M. K'y, land in ltiley: consideration, (250. Freeman Dickeson to John S. Lori mer, land in Clay; consideration (500. Anthony Pohuke to Anthony Oora, land in Columbus; consideration $1, GOO. Joseph Kennedy to Edgar W. IJarrett land in Port Huron; consideration (.50. Samuel George to A.P.Crocker, land in Greenwood; consideration $500. Emma Schoolcraft to Thos. EcCarty, land in Port Huron; consideration (250. N. P. and Jas. II. White to Seward L. Merriam, land in Port Huron; con sideration $1,150. Win. L. Jenks to Thos. McCarty, land in Port Iluronjconsideration (200. Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best place to go for a cheap home, either cleared or woodland. Good chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up this particular location, located between the York and the James rivers and alout 40 miles from Newport News, Southampton, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk, one of the finest harbors on the Atlantic coast, write or call on J. P. Francis, Pox 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf Our nerves are to our life, what the foundation is to a building our life prop and support. When a founda tion becomes weak, no sane man would use frozen earth to strengthen it, but it would be just as wise as to try to restore tho nerves with morphine, alcohol, opium or other pernicious drugs. Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer is the solid masonry of medicine, ab solutely free from injurious drugs, a permanent restorer of nerve force and health. A symptom blank with each bottle for advice and free treatment by the Doctor if desired. Ask Grant Holden, Yale. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. pitOHATK OKDKK. Stute of Michigan, county of St. Clair, m. At u M'tftiou of the Probate Court for Kihl enmity of St. Clair, held at the rrohato Office In the ('itv of Tort Huron, on th '.".M tiny of Octo ber in the year one thousnud elxht hundred and ninety-four. Present, John T Illack, Juiljre of Probate. In the matter of the eaMte of Simeon llaniil ton, deceased, Nancy K. Hamilton havliiR filed tier ietitlon In this court praylujr that she may be appointed administratrix of wild estate. It U ordered that Monday the l!th day of No vember, 1H!4, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said 'rotiat Office, be. Appointed for hearing thereof, rind It is fnrther ordered that a copy of this order be published thrte micee.Hlve weeks previous to said day of hearing in Thk Yai.k KxroaiTOR, a newspaper printed and circulat ion in said county of Ml. ClAtr. (A true copy.) JOHN I.. BLACK, 25-4 Judge of Probate, FERGUSON & CO STILL AMONG YOU And doing business in a fair and concise way that seems to win. WE ARE. OUT WITH SOME PRICES FOR FALL TRADE. T'-a.To-u.la.r Ijaixtczzis 2 Sc. KCo-u-scliold. T77"rlHGrors SJ2..SO. These are tiro leaders and ivitl soon be closed. 4s Stove Stock Is as varied and vom-pletv as any 'person can ask. Heating and Cook Stoves at Prices That Make Them Sell. Look Out For No. 1 ! That's what we're doing in a measure. Frankly, we don't sell "floods at cost." We try to clear something on every sale--but we make the profit as small a3 we can. ET22JE5- 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. IJest quality at prices that are right, (live us a coll. Lothian & Beard, GENERAL DEALERS, YAL E, MICH Delays are Dangerous I So do not delay getting that Favorite Family Re ceipt, but bring it to us and have it accurately and care fully compounded. .Noth ing but the very best of Drugs used. Our Dif ferent Lines I Are full of the Newest and Choicest Toilet Articles, Purses, Perfumes, Cigars, in fact, everything carried in a first-class Drug Store. Make us a call when in need of anything in our different lines. McKenna $ & $ Lennon, LEADING DRUGGISTS. Iw indsor, the Tailor, 1 Can be found at his shop over fl the Doelle Block. Remember Z Gentlemen, We do not ask you U to speculate when you deal with fl us. We guarantee you the worth of your money in (Joods and a J Perfect Fit or Xo Pay. We do fl not believe in takingyour money till we have earned it. Ilepair- J) ing Neatly and Promptly done, jl Windsor, the Tailor. Chenille Curtains and Table Covers! Having just received a large consign ment of the above goods we will offer some rare Bargains to close out the lot quick. GOOD CHENILLE CURTAINS $2.00 per pair. BEAUTIFUL CURTAINS $4. and $5. per pair. Elegant 64 Table Covers $100 each. m i w i Keraember we are offering Special In ducements in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Wall Paper and Shades. Visit our Crockery Dep't 2nd Foor. Davidson & Co. 905 and 907 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 give you points on how to pick out a good piece. Meet us at our block when in need of Meat. Holden Bros., Props..