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..n..ne ovrt.., In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
J AS. A. MENZIES, fuDUsner. Vol. XHI, No. 34. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1894. Price: $1.00 per Year. i , i. . . . .i This "World Is full of Changes ! OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $100,000. Deposit your Money where It Is saft. Oner cent Juterest on linm Leitincntesoi Deposit. ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL And now the change of Ilolden & McXair to Ilolden hence a change in price of Clothing of which there is a large stock. In order to reduce the same in tho next 30 days, we have decided to make a price that those who are in need of anything in this line will buy. dents' Shoes in stock will be treated in the same manner. Must go At Any Price ! There will also be a great reduction in many styles in Ladies' and Children's Shoes. No place in town can you secure such good, honest bargains in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Etc., as at tho Old Reliable. Groceries In Abundance! For the Holiday Trade and we aim to be the Lowest in Price. Our 23 cent Tea has no equal and is making new customers every day. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuance of your patronage. I remain Very Truly Yours, r ty o o I T Ho 1ICH. SPECIAL NOTICE -TO- RtM Fail Harness Having recently purchased the Val ley Centre Flour Mills and put them in first class repair, we are now ready to do business and guarantee results to tha farmers. Also we warrant our Flour to be second to none in the mar ket. W will have every appliance to accommodate our customers and cor dially invite all to give us a trial. Leach & Pierce, VALLEY CENTRE, MICH. S17 TO $21 9 Wallaces, YALE, MICH. WRING I I THE OLD YEAR OUT AND THE NEW YEAR IN WITH A METROPOLITAN WRINGER. A r Will make vou the fond possessor of this CM PlTv Wringer that sells the wide world over for $2.50. THIS IS A SNAP. Don't miss it, you miss it if you miss it. )C AT Clearing out sale of Heating Stoves vjrvL-rv 1 1 now going on. F. H. GIBBS & CO TUB rEOI'LK WHO SELL HARDWARE. GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDle and Their Friends. Ootlicb Milethaler was in Port Huron Monday. lex Mills, of Port Sauilac, spent Christmas. Mrs. John Collins is on the sick list this week. Thomas Ilebner did business in Port Huron Monday. Mrs. J. H. Harrison is in Port Sanilac Visiting relatives. M. W. Lennon spent the day in Port Huron Saturday. William (rowan was at tho county capitol Wednesday. John Hlack and family ate Christmas turkey at Deanville. Will Hettes, of Port Huron, was homo for Christmas. Will Elliott has been at Midland this week visiting friends. Charles F. Emery was in Port Huron Friday and Saturday. Harvev Tannan was in Detroit last Saturday on business. Mrs. W. W. Cowine is in Detroit spending the holidays. Charley Blackford spent Christmas with friends in Almont. Nellie McNulty, of Fremont, is a guest at Hotel de Martin. Will Harris is visiting friends in Ca nada during the holidays. T. C. Mapes, of Downington, was in Yale during the past week. Fred T. Palmer is in I'etrolia, Ont., visiting friends and relatives. F. H. (Jibbs visited friends in I5ay City and Portland the past week. John Holden and family spent Christmas with relatives in Sarnia. Mrs. Kate Tap nan, of Richmond, is visiting her son Harvey this week. E. Howe is spending the holidays with his parents in Christwia, Ont. Mary Bettes is away on a visit to friends and will be gone all winter. Uev. T. Kose, of Croswell. was a guest at Hotei de Martin last week. (ieDrge Mauen, of Cass City, visited friends in Yale and Peck this week. Dr. W. N.Armstrong spent Christmas at the home ol his parents in London, Ont. Norman I). Herbert and son trans acted business in Port Huron Saturday last. Judson Black and wife, of Richmond. were guests of relatives in lale Christ mas. Albert C. Secor and wife, of West Hay City, are on a visit to friend in Yale. J. C. Ilolden and wife visited rela tives ana menus in Canada over Christmas. James McColl and family spent Christmas with relatives and friends in Baden, Ont. A. M. Francis, medical student of Detroit, is at large in our village during the holidays. Fanny Williams is home from a five weeks' visit to relatives and friends at West Branch. Mr. and Mrs. England, of Caro, "Christmased" with their daughter, Mrs. . wind rem. James Welch, wife and daughter (ussie and Lizzie Stirling are at North Branch on a visit. William II. Wilkinson, of Almont, visited with mends in lale Saturday ana hunaay last. Victor F. Rodgers is spending the nouuays wuii inenus in Lapeer ana uaKiana counties. Bert McDonald, of Sanilac Centre, was renewing old acquaintances in lale on Uhnstmas. John S. Duffie, of Deckerville, has been spenping a few days with friends in jueivin and aie. Jennie Grimes, of Holland. Mich., visited friends and relatives in Yale and Peck this week. Sherman Ilebner, of Port Huron, spent Christmas in the village with irieuas ana relatives. Hon. John O'Keefe, of Toledo, Ohio, spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousin, Jan Aiouity. Austin Lutz has returned to Yale, having finished his work as mail clerk on Michigan Air Line II y. Mrs. George W. Allen, of Decker- vine, has been calling on friends and relatives in aie this week. flora McArmur, of Lansing, is spending the holidays with Jerry John son and family west of Yale. J. L. Benedict and wife. J. A. Ran ley and It. (i. McLaughlin, of Brown city, were visitors in Yale Christmas. Dr. H. Holden, of Trenton, spent cnristmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ilolden cast of tho village. Simon Murphy returned to his homo m J.ynn on rridav last from l'ort Hu ron whero ho has been acting as jury man. Frank and Lizzie Evans, who are tcaciune school a! (Mad win. are snend ing the holidays with their parents in laie. Hi Snider and Georeo Parent, with their wives, of Bay City, spent Christ mas wuu relatives ana inenas in me village. T. H. Parkinson and family have ueenincapac ana ltniay city ipena ing Christmas with relatives and friends. Mrs. A. I). Nuns' started Saturday morning for Parkbeg, N. W. T.. where she expects to remain for the next six months. Bertha Cameron, who is teaching school near Marino City, is spending tho holidays with her parents east of the village. Prof. E. S. Black was at Avoca Sat urday and Port Huron on Monday. This week with his wife visited rela tives in Deanville. James Munroo and wife, of Grant, spent Christmas with his parents in Yale. It was also the occasion of his mother's birthdav. Mrs. Calvin Russell and sister Sadie McLaughlin are at Smiths Creek this week attending the wedding of their neico Lizzie Evans. Mrs. Hudson, of Port Huron, is spending tho holidays with her brother, Joseph Foster and his family, north and east of tho village. James I. Vincent is homo from the University at Ann Arbor to spend tho holidavs. Jim wivs that although ho enjoys college life "there's no place like home. A List of Elected Officers. The following otlicers were elected by Peerless Hive, 123, LOTM, at their last regular review: Past Com. Mrs. C. Cooper Commander Mrs. J. C. Holden Lt. .Com. Mrs. Drummond Record Keeper Mrs. A. Alward Finance Keeper Carrie Rapley Chaplain Mrs. McDonald M. at A. Mrs. L. Cadv Sergeant Mrs. G. E. Hopkins Sentinel Mrs. George V. Reul Picket Mrs. Ella Organist Rada Rapley At the lat regular review of Melvin Tent, KOTM, the following officers were elected for tho ensuing year: commander (t. u. Burt Lt. Com. S. Clark Record Keeper Thomas Wilson Finance Keeper C. A. Beemer Chaplain G. E. Smith Sergeant J. S. Laid law M. at A. !!. Wilson 1st M. of the O. J. P. Setter 2d M. of i he G. John Trainor KentinH W. E. Harwell Picket Jacob Setter Blames The Motorman. The following is the opinion written by Justice Long, of the supreme court, in the case of the heirs of John O. Grinnell against the Lansing City Electric Railway company: "We think his charge justified by the evidence. The motorman knew that the band was ahead of tho car. He recognized the danger of those on tho west iide being blown upon the track. He saw Grinnell and knew he was in close proximity to the track; heard the bard playing and knew that the noise of the approaching car would be liable to be drowned by the noise of the band; yet. if the testimony of the plaintitl's witnesses be true, he did not blacken his speed; he kept the lever in next to the fastest notch, at leaet until within a few feet of these parties; and the testimony shows the car must have been under considerable speed, as it ran over thirty feet after causing the injury, though the motorman claims to have stopped it as soon as he could after it struck; while if he had had it under control, it is plain, from his own testimony, he could have prevented the injury, and, if going at the usual speed, he could haye stopped it within ten or fifteen feet. It was a question for the jury to determine whether he used that care and caution under the circumstances he was bound to exer cise in view of the danger as he must have seen it." As to the company's claim that the declaration was insufficient, the court cites at considerable length cases bear ing on the subject, and holds that the defendant's claim was sufficient and the judgment of $12,500 is affirmed. Timber for Sale. I have for sale a quantity of timber either cut into stove wood or uncut to suit purchaser. Also some good hew ing timber. For further particulars call on or address George W. Elston, Speaker, Mich. 32-4 Sheep Pelts Wanted. The undersigned have established a Sheen Pelt Pullery and secured Mr. Plank as manager. Wo will pay the highest market pneo in cash, b armers bring in your pelts. Special attention given where sent by railway. 32 C. Andreae & Sons, Yale. Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best place to go for a cheap home, cither cleared or woodland. Good chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up this particular location, located between tho Y'ork and tho 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. 15. Francis, Box 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf Knights of the Maccabees. Tho State Commander writes us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "After try ing other medicines for what seemed to be a very obstinate cough in our two children we tried Dr. King's New Discovery and at tho end of two days the cough entirely left them. We will not be withont it hereafter, as our experience proves that it cures where all other remedies fail." Signed F. W. Stevens, State Com. Why not give this great medicine a trial, as it is Eraateed and trial bottles are free at ol Holden'i Drng Store, Yale, jular size 60c. and f 1.00. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. ILVER or GOLD That is the all-absorbing topic among the great finan ciers of this country, but it makes no difference which is planked down on A. W Ferguson & Co's Counter. We will give you value received every time. Special llargains in- SIX-HOLE RANGES -for T.' irty Days. And our cleaning out prices on HEATING STOVES. If you set-our stoves ana listen to our prices you win be happy. Hardware In G-reat "Variety. The Best Cross-Cut Saw in the world Is the -"IIUMBOLT." Royal Stock Food We also have on hai.d "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. General Hardware Merchants, Your Ear Please ! DID YOU HEAR ABOUT Our Ladies Solid Cordavan Shoe, leather face tly worked buttonhole and well made throughout for only 85 cents? And its not old Stock either. BUT PERHAPS YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT Our 23 cent Tea. It is conceeded by all to be exalte any in the village for 35 cents. It is nicely llivored and steeps a tine cup. You have Heard Ho Doubt About Our 5 cent Factory Cotton. It speaks for itlfsoif you haye been near it you know its tho 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 You Haye Heard About LOTHIAN & BEARD. GENERAL DEALERS, YALE, MICH. A Box of Pills Is all rlplit but would not be a tasty holiday Kilt. We recommend a nice dox of candy or maybe a handsome bottle of perfume would be better or perhaps you would rather choose yourself from the fol lowing list of which wo have a complete line. Toilet Articles, Whisk Holders, Box Letter Paper, Perfumeries, Brushes, Fine Candies, Pipes, Purses, Oder Bottles, Box of Cigars. Anyway drop In before completing vour holiday pur chases and see Wm. Lennon. Windsor, the Tailor, 11 c fit fl Can be found at his shop over tne noeue jhock. neraenioer entlemen. We do not ask you to speculato when you deal with us. o guarantee you tne worm of vour monev in Goods and a Perfect Fit or Xo I'ay. We do 91 not believe In takingyour money till we have earned it. Kepalr- U Ing Neatly and Promptly done. 91 I Windsor, the Tailor. Central County Bank! J. M. GAIGE & CO. RESPONSIBILITY, $200,000.00. Loans Money On Real Estato and Good En dorsed Notes at Reasonable Rates. 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. J. M. GAIGE. Pres. WM. H. AITKIN, Vlce Pres. Collection Dep't Central County Bank, J. M. GAICE & CO. Collections Made Promptly and remittances on day of payment. Wild Lands and Improved Farms for sale on easy terms. Cius. J. Rhyxolw, 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 us at our block ivhcn in need of Meat. Holden Bros., Props;