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6 In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Yer r. Vol. XIII, No. 36. 0v This World Is full of Changes ! And now the change of Holden & McNair to Holden hence a chanpe in price of Clothing of which there is a large stock. In order to reduce the same in the 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 CJoods, Notions, Etc., as at the 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 lor past favors and soliciting a continuance of your patronage. I remain Very Truly Yours, c O ii P. W. DOELLE! Will occupy this space with a change of advertisement Next THE TRAMP SAID: "You saw me see the wood, but you did not see vie saw the wood.' The reason he did not saw the wood was because ho did not have his AXE. IIad he sen the llne of S AWS and AyFiR in our show windows, he would have had 1i19HATnTD OUT lonS d been in 1eck bv ,l0W- " THE NAME DISSTONona SAW is proof positive that you have the best. . WK 1TAVK T1IKM F. H. Gibbs & Co., THE PEOPLE WHO SELL HARDWARE RIGHT, YALE. 2 lo den 9 LICH. Week. YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE. RESPONSIBILITY, $280,000. Deposit your money where it is safe. 5 per cent interest on Time Cer tilicates of Deposit. All Business- Strictly Confidential. General Newa. Iiread is two cents a loaf in Port Hu ron. Cuttevillo will bo an incorporated vil lage tlii a year. Tort Huron will havo an organized Hoard of Trade. There are eleven prisoners in the St. Clair county jail. It takes nearly $80,(X)J each year to pay Port Huron's city othciaU. Port Huron's Wonderland cave a benefit for the King's Daughters last week. There are nearly thirty places in Sanilac County wtiere they sell liquor on a beer license. John (luy, a farmer of Laniotte, was found dead in his barn. Supposed to be heart disease. L. It. Hice wants to form a stock company to raise fruit in Port Huron and canning factories will then follow. Five freight cars were ditched in the rail road yards at Croswell Tuesday morning and prevented traffic for somo time. Caseville wants some enterprising grain dealer to put in an elevator at that place. There is none of any im portance for 24 miles. A vein of coal has been struck on the (iardner farm in the township of East China. A natural gas well also exists on the same farm. Abo Harris, of Minden township, is a crazed lunatic and has been sent to Pontiac. Trouble with his wife and a divorce seems to bo the cause. Chas. JJaer, of Port Huron, has be gun suit against the Young Men's Christian Association for back rent, claiming they owe him $230. ieorge Cowan, grandson of Senator P. K. French, and Willie Colwell, of Port Huron, have been apponted Eagcs for the Senate and house at .ansing. A hole in a bridge near Sanilac Centre caused the runaway of two horses, the death of one, the injuring of a man and a demolished buggy. There is talk of suing the town. Sanilac County has a great many reyolting crimes. Ludwig Stave, of Argyle, is arrested on a charge of rape, complaint made by his lU-ycar-old Btep-daughter who will soon become a mother. Almont is having bad luck in the business portion of the town. On the night of January 3d over a block of buildings burned oespite the citizens efforts. It is supposed to be the work of incendiaries. The buildings for the Homo of the Feeble Minded at Lapeer will probably not be completed before April next, when they should have been ready for occupancy October last. The Home will accommodate 500 people. It is rumored that Marine City is headquarters for one of the largest gang of counterfeiters in the country; but no arrests have been made as yet. Further developments will be eagerly watched for. Detectives are at work. Matthew Palmer, a well-to-do farmer of Millington, brutally killed his own wife by knocking her down and cut ting her throat and then slashing his own. No one seems to have any reason for the action. A family of seven children is left. Solon Patterson, of Argyle Centre, has been arrested for improper rela tionship with his niece by marriage, Nellie Oatman, who has also been ar rested. Patterson has a wife and four children and his escapades with the girl are the scandal of the place. A IJusiness Men's Association has been organized at Pad Axe. A com mittee will see how many farmers will raise peppermint, correspond with a canning factory and also with a woolen factory. They evidently in tend to make a lively town of Pad Axe. 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. Klston, Speaker, Mich. 32-4 Stkayed Camo to the premises of the undersigned in section 8, Prock wav township, 1 mile north and two miles west, on or about December 20th, o owes and 1 Iamb. Owner will please call, prove property, pay charges and take awav. 34-4 Wilson Pkadi.k. The Discovery Saved His Life. Mr. Cr. Caillouette, Druggist, Heavers ville, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New Discovery I owe my life. Was taken down with La Grippe and tried all the physicians for miles about but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New 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" Get a free trial bottle at Grant Hoklen's Drug Store, Yalo. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDING). Doings of Our City Fathers at Their last Regular Meeting. Viixaok op Yale, Jan. 7, 1895. ( Council met in regular session. Pres ident Waring in the chair. Trustees present Peechcr, Lothian, Wharton, High and Ikitler. Minutes of last regular and inter vening sessions read and adopted. The following accounts wero report ed as OK by comraitteo on claims and accounts: S. O. Welch A Son $34 70 Lothian & Peard f 24 Wharton & Holden 30 ey A W alk Daniel McMartiu 7 50 John Henry 1 00 Charles F. Finery .. 10 00 A. W. Ferguson & Co 3 .10 Isaac Mclntvro 11 00 Mrs. McMaftin .r0 Waring A l avanagh 1 13 James Hisey 14 22 Lara Putler 4 Co H. Doelle 1 10 J. A. Menzies 1 00 James K. Lutz 12 2 Moved by Peechcr, seconded by High that the above accounts be al lowed and orders drawn on tho treas urer for the several amounts. Carried. Moved by Peecher seconded by High that the street committee bo in structed to procure a snow plow. Carried. On motion council adjourned. C. 11, Hoi.kkx, Clerk. A List of Elected Officers. At the regular meeting of Advance Lodge, No. 110, IOOF, held in their hall, Chamberlain Plock, YhU, Friday evening, January 4, isy,", the following elected oflicers were duly installed by District Deputy J. C. Holden: P. N. O. E. F. Fcad N. (. James Hisey V. G. (ieorge A. Mann K. Secretary William It. Saville P. Secretary William II. Palmer Treasurer Pobert W. Menerey Warden J. C. Holden Conductor John W. Stratton P. S. N. G. George Weston L. S. N. (i. James A. Menzies P. S. S. John Hallock L. S. S. Joseph Pose 0. (. James Pearce 1. G. Robert Pell K. S. V. G. Frank A. GrUwold L. S. V. G. Will A. Holden Chaplain Elder P. P. Prown After tho ceremonies were dispensed with all present sat down to a delicious oyster stew served by the members and a right royal time was enjoyed. Followingare the officers eloctof the Disciple Sunday school for the en suing year; Superintendent Will P. Saville Asst. Supt. Edmund S. Itlack Treasurer Angus McLellan Secretary Frank Paxter Librarian Carl Stouer Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers were recorded in the oilico of the reg ister of deeds pinco our last issue: Win, Isabel I to Augustus Ames, land in Clay; confederation $1,000. John Westrick to Henry Wetrick, land in China; consideration $3.50. Mary L. Cottrell to George A. Cur rier, land in Cottrellville; considera tion $1U0. John O. Holcomb to James J. Frascr land Yale: consideration $75. Elisabeth Huntington to Myron W. Broad bridge, la nd in China; consider ation $100. O.P.Chamberlain to Allen & Frances, land in Greenwood; consideration $1. Elmer D. Vanness to C E. Schnack enburg, land in Port Huron; consider ation $184. Michael McKean to John Kean, land in St. Clair; consideration $1. Hannah Peard to A. J. Shockley, land in Puby; consideration $1. Eva S. Pagg to O'lirien J. Atkinson, land in Port Huron consideration $300. Wm. II. Prown to Sidney C. Bennett, land in Marino Citv; consideration $250. Josephino Heifer to Wm. Ilcislcr, land in St. Clair; consideration $1. J. Florence Smith to S. L. Ballentine, land in Port Huron consideration $150. Wm. M. Williams to Joseph Kromier, land in Adair; consideration $50. Chas. Hubcl to Eliza Hubcl, land in St. Clair; consideration $4,000. Sheep Pelts Wanted. The undersigned have established a Sheen Pelt Pullery and secured Mr. Plank as manager. We will nay the highest market price in cash. Farmers 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 the York and the James rivers and about 40 miles from Newport News, Southampton, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk, one of the lincst harbors on the Atlantic coast, write or call on J. P. Francis, Pox 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf THE MARKETS. Wlieut- No. 2 red. per t)ii..0 No. 1 white no Hi'y.lmlPd. 60 to 8 i Ivan. per hit. . no to jYi Spring 4. Hurley $ .00 to 1 orClover8ee!,prihie,ft oo VK,ETARLKS ANI FKUITS. Apple, pertm S 40Onlon, per tm....S 70 I'oUtoe.i, per bit... MCiibtaKe,prdoz.. 50 POULTRY AND MKATH. Chlokein,otl.per WiPork.por cut $4 73 ( hU kens, npiln... or. Veal.prcwt, ( Iteef.nor cwt 4 oolLamb, prr twt.... 6 00 DAIRY PRODUCE. nutter, lt,Kr t iiiiy. r 9 fo u EgK, l?r Aoe is chpescptT ih lo ILVER or GOLD! That is the all-absorbing topic among the great linan ciers of this country, but It makes no difference which is pianM'u uown on A. W. Ferguson & Co's Counter. We will give you value received ev?ry time. Special liargalns in SIX-HOLE RANGES tor Thirty Days. And our cleaning out prices on II RATING STOVES. If you s( our stoves and listen to onr prices yon will be happy. Hard-waio In The Best Cross-Cat Saw in the world is the -t UMJBOLT." Royal Stock Food We also have on hand "Poyal M- k F ot". the best of stock foods for building up ji d'-r v,jt il y-r-u Our stock of Sash, Doors. Paints, Oils, Vimisl. ;- till -..i:i)I te. FERGUSON & CO. General Hardware Merchants, Your Ear Please ! DID YOU HEAR ABOUT Our Ladies Solid Cordavan Snoe, leather facj rty 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 eq-ial to any in the village for 35 cents. It is nicely flavored and steeps a line cup. Yon have Heard No Doubt Abont Our 5 cent Factory Cotton. It speaks for itself so if you have 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 Yoq HaYe Heard Abont LOTHIAN & BEARD. GENERAL DEALERS, YAl E, MICH. A Box of Pills Is all right but would not be a tasty holiday Kilt. We recommend a nice box of rnndv nr maybe a handsome bottle of perfume would be better or perhaps you would rather trhoose yourself from the fo! 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. Geo. GOUG-H Undertaker and Funeral Director. A full assortment of Coffin". Caskets, Burial Robe, etc. Twoelegant hearses free of chnrce. Exni'foalna.in.S' Specialty Cabinet, Tanel aad Card I'hototrraphs ex eruted In the latest and most artistic manner. Tin types taken. Great "Variety. Central County Bank! J. M. GAIGE & CO. RESPONSIBILITY, ' $200,000.00. Loans Monoy On Kcal list ate and flood En dorsed Notes .at Keasonable Kates. Receives Deposits And pays interest on Time Certificates. Sells Exchango Ou 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. BATTERSREE. Cashier. J. M. GAIGE, Pres. WM. H. AITKIN. Vlce-Pres. Collection Dep't. Central County Bank, J. M. GAIGE & CO. Collections Made Promptly and remittances on day of payment. Wild Lands and Improved Farms for sale on easy terms. Ciias. J. IJr.Yxou, ; Yale, Mich. Manager. At Meal Times You always want a piece of Meat that is TENDER AND SWEET. Long experience lias made na ex pert judecs of Meat, and we will Kive you points on how to pick out a good piece. Meet us at our block when in need of Meat. Holden Bros;, Props.