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JAS.A. MENZIES Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Vol. XIII, No. 30. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1894. Price: $1.00 per Year. w HY WILL 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 Hoods, Trimmings, Outing Fla-mels, Shirting Flan nels, (treat assortment in Cotton Fabrics. Ulankets, Chenille Spreads. New line of Unbias Fascinators, ami Notions of 11 kinds. Boots and Shoes! Buy your Boots and Shoes from us. We buy direct from the factory and can save you frpm 10 to 25 per cent in Ladies and Gents Fine Wear and Children's School Shoes. A full stock of Rubbers and Warm Goods. Men's Suits $4 AND UPWARDS. A good Assortment of Overcoats and Furnishings. A large stock of (J roeeries always on hand at the lowest price. We know of a few people that aro not using our 25ct. tea. Call at the store for a sample, or ask your neighbor for a drawing and you will nse no other. TJi a nkivj you for past favors, ivc invite you to call and sec us at the Old Stand. East Side. I OLDEN & 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 mckem block. p . W . D 0 E L L E . GET ON YOUR SKATES ! ! X CUT SAWS, SAW HANDLES, SAW SETS, r ACodotjble DI 1 STOVES ! F. H. 0BBS k GO, YALE. P. S. Prices to fit your Pocket-book. YOU IT ? McMR. MICH. OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000. hv Deposit your Monev wliert It Is snf. 5 per cent Interest on Tim Ortiflentesof Deposit. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDle and Their Friends. Mre. Maggie Mott is in Tort Huron this week. Wm. II. Savillo was in Brown City Monday last. Mrs. JaniPH Jirown was at Tort Hu ron Monday. W. II. Proctor, organ agent, was in Yale this week. II. 15. Urown was in Novesta the fore part of the week. W. II. l'alnier was in Tort Huron on business Wednesday. Dr. Toal, of Peek, transacted busi ness in Yale Tuesday. Lyman Richardson, of Mayville, has been in Yale this week. Harvey Tappan was a visitor at the County Capitol Monday. William Wanklin lias taken his child ren to friends in Canada. K. K. P.eecher did business at the County Capitol Wednesday. Al Lewis, of Port Huron, was visit ing friends in Yalo this week. J. Ferguson and brother Charley, of Jeddo, visited in Yalo Thanksgiving. (tordon Jaynes, of Croswell, was the guest of relatives in Yale over Sunday. W. X. McKenna has returned to Yale after a two or three months ab sence. Mrs. A. Casewell, sister of K. F. Pratt, has been visiting in the village this week. .1. A. Kapley, of I'.rown City, ate his Thanksgiving dinner at his parental home in Yale. Mrs. I'ert Jardine returned Monday from a visit with friends in Point Kd ward, Out. Mrs. Donaldson and Mrs. Summers, of Melvin, took dinner with Mrs. Mary Carter Monday. Henry Martin and wife, of Port Hur on, visited W. 11. Ballentine and fami ly on Thursday. John D. (irinnell. of Richmond. Ind., is in Yale this week shaking hands with old friends. Harvey Tappan and family were among the guests at Nicholas Hayes on Thanksgiving. X. P. Pratt and wife, of Berlin, ate Thanksgiving dinner with their son K. F. in the village. Rev. W. R. Oi!lett, of Xew Haven, lias been in Yale this week renewing old acquaintances. Mrs. Frank Snyder and son Russell, of Brown City, visited (Jrant Holden and wife, Thanksgiving. Xornian Sponenburg and wife, of Kingston, visited in the vicinity of Yale during the past week. The Misses Annie and Jean Hayes entertained Josie Thorn and MissjUan nally of Port Huron during Thanks giving. Mrs. Woodruff returned home to Pickering, Ont., Tuesday after a week's visit with her sister Mrs. Henry Holmes. J. F. I'niphrev was down from Sag inaw the fore part of the week netting up a monument for Mr. Vrooman of Roseburg. II. S. Ballentine, wife and daughter, of Port Huron, were guests of W. II. Ballentine and W. II. Harris Thanks giving day. K. Harvey Drake and wife, of Lewis ton, have been spending the past wees in Yale the guest of V. H. Ballentine and family. t Lulu High has been in Port Huron the past week attending Prof. Sturgis concert and visiting her friend, (Jer trude Bearss. 'George and Elijah Bricker, who have been over in Canada for about three weeks on a pleasure trip, returned Thursday evening. County Clerk Mason, of Port Huron, spent Thanksgiving at his farm in KenocKee. He made the Expositor office a pleasant call to-day. James Rrown jr. hag secured a eitna tion in the News office at Port Austin and left for there to take charge of his duties Wednesday morning. Mrs. Kate Tappan and daughter, Mrs. Lewis Davis, have returned to their home in Richmond after an ex tended visit with relatives and friends in Yale. Notice of Letting of Contract. Xotice is hereby given that the Vil lage Council will receive sealed bids for labor by horse and man to keep sidewalks clear of snow and ice during the winter season, bids to bo for a cer tain rate per hour for time actually employed. Bids to bo left with the President, and bidding to be closed on Monday, uecemuer M, at 0 o clock, r. M. I Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best place to go for a cheap home, either cleared or woodland. tJood chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up tins particular location, located between the York and the James rivers and nlKiut 40 miles from Xewport News, Southampton, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk, one of the finest harbors on the Atlantic coast, write or call on J. P.. Francis, Box 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf Dr. Price's Cream Daklnc Powder World' Fair tllgbci t Award. COMMITTED SUICIDE. Martin Meddaueh, In a state of des pondency, Cuts his Throat from Ear to Ear. n Tuesday morning of this week Martin Meddaugh, a farmer living three miles east of this village, told his family he was going to the back part of the farm to cut wood. Nothing more was thought of the matter until about noon when his son came upon the body of the father about ten rods from t lie house lying upon the face. A shocking sight was discovered upon the body when turned. Tho head was nearly severed from the body. A large jack knife was found clinched in the bloody hands, which showed what means had been used to do the terrible deed. No cause is known for the action, unless despondency of mind. Surprise Party and Farewell Visit. Over forty members of the Order of Eastern Sta'r met at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Darcy last Friday night to make them a farewell visit before their departure for California. Brother and sister Darcy were charter members, Stella joining later. The Stars were armed with all the necessary equipments for a royal oyster feast and other good things. A jolly social crowd were there, and af ter enjoying t lie table bounties, and clearing tho board, Harvey Tappan, in a very feeling speech, expressed the sorrow and regret uf every member of the Order in view of their departure from amongst us, to take up their res idence in a strange land, and in be half of tho Order presented Brother and Sister Darcy with a beautiful and tasty silver tutter dish as a memento of friendship and fratornar goodwill. What the Japs Have Given Us. They have given us t lie beautiful light "bamboo anil wickerwork furni ture, so cool, so rctful and clean. In the summer especially it takes the place of our stutt'y, dust catching and microbe spreading upholstered chairs and fas. These heavy, clumsy arti cles re a weight on the eyesight and a bunion to the mind compared to tho light, graceful Japanese couches and drapery. The Japanese have taught us the priceless lesson of letting our sleeping rooms be as bare as possible of all but light and air. "Furniture,'.' said a highly cultivated Japanese gen tleman, '"we have no furniture or house decorations such as you think necessary. Wo do not furnish our houses." The cheap and nasty decor ations, so called, of pasteboard, paper orbits of silk, dusttraps one and all, tind no place in a Japanese home. There arc light beds, with just enough coering to keep one warm. There are bare, polished floors, with rugs, floors so exquisitely clean that a Japanese never enters the house with his shoes on. The Jap expresses his artistic soul outdoors in flowers and gardens. To the Japs we owe the soft, com fortable flowing draperies that have indoors at least taken tho place of our stiff, tight, uncomfortable dress. Even masculine apparel has felt to home ex tent the civilizing influence of Japan. Japan has given us evergreens, fruits and chestnuts far superior to our own. Finally, and if she had bestowed on us nothing else, we would be her debtor to the latest day Japan has given us the chrysanthemum, now in bloom in all its yearly glory. Stock Raisers Read. Improved Chester White Boar. $1.00. Terms Cash. 20tf Jons H. Merrill. Money to Loan. I have .l.OOO-to loan on first-class farm mortgages at low rates. Princi ple and interest can be paid any time. Bring abstracts of title. Xo delay. B. R. Noijli', at Yalo Bank. Masonic Meeting. Regular communication of Brock way Lodge, Xo. MO, F&AM in Masonic hall, Thursday evening next, Decem cer (5th. Election of officers. A full attendance requested. IIknrv Pkarck, W. M. The Discovery Saved His Life. Mr. (I. Caillouette, Druggist, Beavers ville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life'.' uas taken down with La Orippe and tried all the physicians for miles about but of no avail ana was given up ana tola l could not live. Having Dr. King's Xew Discovery in my store I sent for a bottle and began its use and from the first dose began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and about again. It is worth its weight in gold. We don't keep store or house without it." Oct a freo trial bottle at Grant Holden's Drug Store, Yalo. Tax receipts for township treasurers printed at tho Expositor office neatly and on short notice. Send in your work and give- us a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. Montagi'k, Mich., Xov. 13, 1893. W. Windecknecht, a wealthy farmer of Muskegon Co., personally appeared before me, this day, and says: "That for the past year or so he was afflicted with weakness, trembling, heartfailure, extreme nervousness and headache: that he consulted with physicians but received no benefit. Howaspersuaded by a friend to try a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Xerve Vitalizer, and he ays the trembling and nervous feeling was immediately stopped by its- use. Afterwards he used two bottles of the iamo medicine and says he is entirely cured." Signed, W. Windecknkcht. Rworn to and subscribed before me a Notary Public for Muskegon (Jo., Htate Of Michigan. JAH. MORRISOX. This medicine sold by Orant Holden, Yale. If AUDV To loan on first-class farms MUliUl at seven percent interest. Apply to W.S. Hill, Avoca, St. county, Mich. 2 itf Clair STILL AMONG YOU And doing business in a fair and concise i: (iy that scents to ivin. AE ARE OUT WITH SOME PRICES FOR FALL TRADE. T-ub-u-lar Ijantcms 25c. 3rXo"u.seiiolcl 'TT'rln.cers $1.50. These arc tiro leaders and irill soon be closed. ur Stove Stock Is as varied and complete Heating and Cook That Make Your Ear Please ! DID YOU HEAR ABOUT Our Ladies Solid Cordavan Snoc, leather face fly worked buttonhole and well made throughout for only cents? And its not old Stock either. BUT PERHAPS YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT Our 23 cent Tea. It is conceeded by nil to be equal to any in the village for 35 cents. It is nicely flavored and steeps a tine cup. You Have Heard No Doubt About . Our 5 cent Factory Cotton. It speaks for itself so if you haye been near it you know its the best in the city for the money. Come in so that we can show you one of the finest lines of (leneral Merchandise in the village and Hear Our Prices. Anyway You Haye Heard About LOTHIAN & BEARD. GENERAL DEALERS. YALE, 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 ! Are full of the Newest and Choicest Toilet Articles, I'urses, l'erf times, Clears, in fact, everything carried in a first-class Drugstore. Make us a call when in need of anything in our different lines. . McKenna & Lennon, LEADING DRUGGISTS. Windsor, the Tailor, i Can be found at his shop over the Docile Dlock. Remember (Jentlemen, We do not ask you to speculate when you deal with us. We guarantee you the worth of your money In (loods and a Perfect Fit or Xo Pay. We do not believe in taking your money lo ft money i Repair- j) lone. W till we have earned it. Jiepali ing Neatly and Promptly done. Windsor, the Tailor, i as any person can ask: Stoves at Prices Them Sell. Central County Bank! PECK, - - MICH., J. M. GAIGE & CO. RESPONSIBILITY, S200.000.00. Loans Money On Real Estate and Good En dorsed Notes at Reasonable Kates. Receives Deposits And pays interest on Time Certificates. Sells Exchange ' On Detroit, New York and other points. Collections A Specialty. Prompt Re mittances. Writes Insurance In First-Class Companies. Real Estate Wild Lands and Improved Farms for sale on easy terms. F.J. Battersbee, ' Cashier. SfiT J. M. C.Air.P. Dr WM. H. AITKIN, Vice-Prcs Collection Dep't. Central County Bank, J. M. GAICC & CO. r - Collections Made Promptly and remittances on day of payment. ' ' Wild Lands and Improved Farms for sale on easy terms. Chas. J. IlnYxouM, Yale, Mich. Manager. 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 its at our blocJcwhcih in need of Meat. Holden Bros., Props,