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JAS.A.MENZ1ES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. xm, No. 31. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1894. Price: $1.00 per "5? ear. 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 Goods, Trimmings, Outing Fla'inels, Shirting Flan nels. Great assortment in Cotton Fabrics, Rlankets, Chenille Spreads. New line of Unbias Fascinators, and Notions of all 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. Men s Suits $4 AND UPWARDS. A good Assortment of Overcoats and. Furnishings. A large stock of Groceries always on hand at the lowest price. We know of a few people that are not using our 25ct. tea. Call at the store for a sample, or ask your neighbor for a drawing and you will use no other. TlianlAwJ you for past favors, ire invite you, to call and see us at the Old Stand. Fast Side. OLDEN St MeMIR REMOVED! We have rented and remodeled the old and are now prepared to meet all of our old customers at the new stand. We are now making a specialty of s CHOOL BOOKS SCHOOL 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 P. HcKENNA BLOCK. Excursion Rates ON OIL CANS ALL NEXT WEEK. The price is so low we arc ashamed to men tion it aloud. If you will drop in we will wh ispcr it in your car. I These Goods are a Rareain and will the rush. The sale will last only one week, and this advertisement will not appear again. F. H. GIBBS & CO, YALE. The People who sell Hardware Right. YOU IT ? McKeith Store in the McKenria Block SUPPLIES. W. DOELLE. not last long. Come early and avoid OF D. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000. Deposit your Money wliere It Is safe. 5 per cent Interest on I linn l eituieittesoi Deposit. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale People and Their Friends. James Hurt, of Capac, Sundayed in the village. E. F. Pratt had business in Port Hur on Tuesday. J. K. Lutzdid business in Tort Hur on Wednesday. May Drummond spent Sunday with relatives in Lvnn. Hiram McKenna visited in Tort Hu ron Saturday last. T.White, banker of Lapeer, visited S. J. Welch this week. Mrs. William Wight is in Canada vis iting friends and relatives. Thomas Wharton has been in Cass City this week on business. Will Robertson, of Dryden, visited friends in Yale the past week. Mrs. E. F. l'ratt and son are yirfiting in Capac and Iterlin this week. James Muir, of l'ort Huron, was in Yale Wednesday on legal business. James L. Coe, of l'ort Huron, spent Thanksgiving.witli friends in Yale. A. R. Scott, of Marlette. spent Sun day with friends and relatives in Yale. Minnie Winans visited relatives in l'ort Huron the latter part of last week. Mrs. William IMackford visited her husband and sons at I'.rown City over Sunday. Mrs. I). M. I'cnrss, of Aylmcr, Ont., is on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. It. Scott. James L. Ilrown has returned to Yale from l'ort Austin where he has been working. Merritt Dibble, of Franklin, X. Y., is the guest of E. 1!. needier and family this week. George Mclntyre ami wife visited friends and relatives in Sarnia the past week. Mrs. Jane S. Ward is home from a few weeks visit t friends in Avoca and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. E. It. lleccher and daughters P.ertha and Marcia were in Port Huron Tuesday. Anna Meikle and Sarah Drummond, of Lynn, were calling on f riends and relatives in Yale Saturday last. Mr. and Mrs. George P.entley, of Deanville, were guests of Elder It. P. l.rown and family over Sunday. Esther Hillock left Tuesday morn ing for Carsonyille where she has se cured a situation in a general store. Isa Smith, cf Perville, and Earl Mor ley, of Capac, visited Allie and Carrie Clarke and Mrs. John lilack this week. George W. Allen, of the Sanilac Ite corder, Deckerville, visited relatives and friends in Yale the latter part of last week. F. II. Mather, of hardware firm of F. H. Gibbs d Co., has been visiting friends and relatives in Pay City the past week. A. M. Francis was homo from De troit over Sunday. He shuffled his feet under the Thanksgiving table of Ins brother Roy at Port Huron. Mrs. t. streeter who has been in Yale attending her sister, Mrs. Me Pherson, during her sickness has re turned to her home in Port Huron. Austin Lutz, we are pleased to learn, lias secured a lucrative position on the Michigan Air Line between Pontiacand Jackson as railway mail clerk and left last week to accept the situation. Mrs. A. A. Woods returned to her home in Marine City on Saturday, after a six weeks visit with friends and rela tives in Yale and Greenwood. Her brother, Charles A. Wilt accompanied her as far as Port Huron. Thomas Darcy and family left on Wednesday morning's train for their new home in California. Their hosts of friends in Yale regret their depart ure very much but earnestly hope that the change of climate will be beneficial to Mrs. Darcy's health. The young people will greatly miss the bright presence of Stella and Leah in their midst. Yale Fire Co. Election. At the regular meeting of Yale Fire Co. held in Firemen's Hall on Wed nesday evening three new members united with the company. The fol lowing officers were elected for the en suing year: Foreman ltudolph Andreae First Ass't Foreman Lewis Cady Second Ass't Foreman J. A. Menzies Treasurer W. V. Andreae Secretary F. T. Palmer Foreman of Hose James Wallace Foreman Hook and Ladder W.Scott A committee of live members was appointed by the foreman to nee aliout a dance and report next Wednesday evening nt which time a special meet ing will lc held Did You Ever Try Electric Pitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a liottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Ffmale Com plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in lluence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you haye Loss of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Nervous, Sleep leis, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electrio Pitters is the medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Larg bottles only fifty cents at Grant lfolden't Druf Store, Vale. General Nexvs. The deer season closed on the 2"th of November. Venison retails in Port Huron at 18 cent per pound. A W. C. T. IT. was orcranied in Car- sonvilfe last week. Miss Gilbey, of Port Huron, has or ganized a dancing class in Capac. The Almont hunters captured a live porcupine and brought it home with them. The dredging operations at the foot of Lake Huron have stopped for the season. Experts claim to have found coal on the farm of Hiram Yake, north of Lexington. A scheme for the organization of a non-partizan honest money club is on foot at Armada. S. Leon Ewell has purchased a half interest m the milling business of Geo. E. Allen at ltomeo. The First Presbyterian church of Port Huron have extended a call to liev. W. Picamer, of Marine City. A Marine Citv hidv suddenlv be came insane while on the dock and at tempted to walk oil' into the water. Mrs. Maddock, of Pontiac, OS years old, was murdered on the streets of that city last week by unknown parties. The brown sandstone found in great ledges near Caseville is said to be near ly if not quite as good as Ohio sand store. Gii3 Pahni has commenced a $.),(MK) suit against the village of Imlay City, for rough treatment which he received in the village lock-up. Thieves stole several bushels of wheat from the barn of John llagaman of Leonard. Two suspects were ar rested at Armada next day. An immense bed of peat extends out into the bay south of Caseville and every storm washes ashore large pieces which make excellent fuel. Davidson fc Wonsey's salt block at Marine City has closed down for the winter after manufacturing about 105,. 000 barrels during the season. Thomas Clegg, a Memphis business man will put in nn electric light plant nt Richmond, without a bonus, if the people will promise to use the lights. A :-year-old child of Nicholas Iteumnapp jr., living near Richmond, in some manner got caught by its neck in a gate and died before assistance came. Fred Lock wants $5,000 damages from Capac village on account of re ceiving a broken leg on a defective sidewalk. The village will tight the claim. No person will hereafter be admitted to the county house unless they have resided in St. Clair county for one year previous and are also accompanied by a certificate of health from a physician. Vol. l,No. 1 of the Caseville Critic reached us last week, a bright, read able paper, devoted to the interests of the town. It is sent out by the Critic Publishing Company. We "wish it due success. There are live living generations of a family in Flynn. They are Sarah Pomeroy, who is 88 years "of age, Mrs. Amos Hancock, Mrs. A. Reals, Warren Peals and Itaby Peals, just arrived in this world. George S. Perry, of Pontiac, Known as "Texas George" and who had travelled some years with Forepaugh's show, died last week, aged 40 years. Deceased was known through the state as a crack shot. Highwaymen attacked Frank Dar ling, of ltomeo, one night last week as he was returning to his home with a horse and cart. Mr. Darlinc annlied the whip and got out of reach before any damage was done. Willard Parker, of Ietroit, 78 years of age, took morphine at the Com mercial hotel in Richmond and died from an over-dose. The old man was getting childish and probably took the dose with the intention of ending his nte. Justin L. I'aldi, who was elected county surveyor by nearly 2,000 ma jority, says ho did not want his name on the ticket, did not spend a cent to be elected, and will not qualify. He says the county cannot expect to se cure the services of a good engineer for the salary attached to the omee. Jno. Tice, of near Sand Peach, had just completed a handsome new brick residence and moved with his family from the old log house. Mr. Tice then visited Sand Peach to have the prop erty insured, when he was informed by telephone that both houses had been destroyed by fire, with nothing saved and no insurance. The loss is a heavy one. Arthur Hollister, of Grant Centre, has disappeared mysteriously. He was a sailor on the City of New York and while at Chicago, walked up town. Nothing more has been heard of him. Later His remains were found in the Chicago riyer and sent to his home where the funeral was held on Thurs day. He was a Forester and that or der will bury him. H. P. Lawson, of St. Clair, who has been a trapper of game for 40 years, predicts that the weather up to tlio first of February will be about what we are having now occasionally cold days followed by mild weather. Through February it will be milder yet but in March we shall get some thorough winter weather and hard blizzards. He draws his conclusions front the habits of raccoons and musk rats. Time only will tell who comes the nearest right in their predictions. MONEY" -To loan on first-class farms Apply to W. S. Hill, Avoca, St. county, Mich. . 21tf Clair Dr. Price's Cream Biking Powder World's Fair Hfehttt Award. ILVER or GOLD! That is the nil-absorbing topic among the great finan ciers or mis country, out it maKus no umerence which is planked down on A. W. Ferguson & Go's Counter. We will give you value received every time. Special Rargains in SIX-HOLE RANGES urty Days. And our cleaning out prices on HEATING STOVES. If you see our stoves and listen to our prices you will be happy. Hardware In The Best Cross-Cut Saw in, the world is th "IIUMBOLT." Royal Stock Food We also have on hand "Royal Stock Food", the best of stock foods for building up a deranged system. Our stock of Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, Varnishes is still complete. FERGUSON & CO. General Hardware Merchants, "ZTjJUTZ, MICH. Your Ear Please ! DID YOU HEAR ABOUT Our Ladies Solid Cordavan Shoe, leither face fly. worked buttonhole and well made throughout for only 85 cents ? And its not old Stock either. BUT PERHAPS YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT Our 25 cent Tea. It is conceeded by all to be equal to any in the village for 35 cents. It is nicely llavored and steeps a tine cup. , You Have Heard Ho Doubt About Our 5 cent Factory Cotton. It speaks for itself 60 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 General Merchandise in the village and Hear Our Prices. Anyway Yon Haye Heard About 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 ns and have it accurately and care fully compounded. Noth mg but the very best oi Drugs used. Our Dif ferent Lines I Are full of the Newest and CJioicest Toilet Articles, Pursea, Centimes, Cigars, 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. do not ask you you deal with you the worth Goods and a ay. We do not believe In takingyour money till we have earned it. Repair ing Neatly and Promptly done. Windsor, the Tailor. i Windsor, the Tailor, fl Can be found at his shop over fl the Doelle Mock. Remember Z i Gentlemen, We do not ask you U fl to speculate when you deal with fl us. We guarantee you the worth f f of your money in Goods and a ft fl Perfect Fit or No Pay. We do fl fi 3-reat "Variety. Central County Bank! peck, - - awicrx., J. M. GAIGE & CO. RESPONSIBILITY, $200,000.00. Loans Money On Real Kstate and Good En dorsed Notes at Reasonable Rates. Receives Deposits And pays interest on Timo Certificates. Sells Exchange On Detroit, New York anil 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. ttrt Cashier. J. M. GAIGE. Pres. WM. H. AITKIN, VIce Prcs. Collection Dep't. Central County Bank, J. M. GAIGE & CO. Collections Made Promptly and remittance on day of payment. Wild Lands and Improved Farms forsalo on easy terms. Ciias. J. Rirvxor.ps, Yale, Mich. Manager. At Meal Times You always want a piece of Meat that is TENDER AND SWEET. Long experience has made ns ex nert Ui dares of Meat. And will triv. vou points on how to nick out a irnnrt piece. Meet us at our hlockiuhcii in need of Meat Holden Bros., Props.