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M 1 I II 7n JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Be$t Interests of the Community in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY Vol. Xm. No. 39. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. i i i This World Is full of Changes ! And now the change of Holden & McXair to Ilolden hence a change 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 Goods, Notions, Etc., as at the Old Reliable. Groceries In Abundance! For the Holiday Trade and we aim to be the Lowest in Price. Our 25 cent Tea has no equal and is making new customers every day. Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a continuance of your patronage. remain Very Truly Yours, J C I HearYou'r Engaged ! Get Married P. W. Doelle, f JEWELER and STATIONER, Yale. ALL THE YEAR AROUND IJy its manifold uses you will find what a handy thing is that modern household convenience THE DAISY OIL HEATER A Bed Room Comfort A Sick Room Convenience A Parlor Ornament A Household Necessity No Dirt, No Ashes, No Smoke, Xo Odor; Rums Coal Oil at 10c a day. Guaranteed Perfectly Safe. NOW ON EXHIBITION In our Window. Call and examine it. F.H. Gibbs & Co., THE PEOPLE WHO SELL HARDWARE RIGHT, TALE. Holden MICH. That's all rieht but call in and examine our excellent line of rings as they are very necessary in a case of this kind and if yon should con clude to We list - the finest goods in the village for i, events, lour friends should remember this fact. Al though I'm not married myself I think this sound advice. YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, - $260,000, Deposit your money where it is safe. A. 1 A. A. rf 1 o per cent lniereau on aiuib vci titicates of Deposit. All Business Strictly Confidential. The Star Social. Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are. and the Stars did twinkle on Wednes day night, and hustle round too, to en tertain their invited guests, a gooaiy number of whom had assembled with them at their hall for un evening's social enjoyment. The program given was very nne and gave great pleasure to all present. The choir furnished some tine music. Misses Mamie Pearce and Maud Grandy gave readings, and showed proficiency in that line. Miss Addie and Fred Palmer gave a duet in their usual pleastng manner and were well received. Miss Lulu High enter tained the company with a violin solo, and by special request gave a second one, both of which were very highly appreciated and generously applaud ed. Mrs. McNair's recitation, "The burning ship," was given with line effect and showed marked ability as an elocutionist. Miss Anna Brown brought down the house with her niece "Moses stealing the water melion," and the encore was so generous another niece was given, and still another be fore the audience would be satisfied. The general verdict is that Anna is a born elocutionist and need not take a back seat for any of them. Coilee and fried cakes and sandwiches were then served around in generous abundance, and the sandwiches were not buiit with Hay City chip? either. Everything wan nice, and every one enjoyed them selves to their heart's content, and went home wishing that such social gatherings were more frequent. For the Temperance Cause. The M. P. church was well rilled last Tuesday evening by a very appreciative audience to listen to the temperance ftrohibition lecture delivered by Mr. 'routy, the English Prohibitionist, who has been lecturing through the country during the last season. Mr. Prouty is a very forcible speaker and presented the subject in a very eloquent manner from various standpoints, attributing much of the misery and hard times now prevailing to the fact that the money spent by the laboring men, too much of it goes to the brewers instead of going to keen the wheels of industry humming, arm scored unmercifully the unco-pious souls that pray so unctiously to God Almighty to put down the evil of intemperance, and then go to tho polls and vote for insti tutions that will legislate to legalize and perpetuate it. llis cartoons assist ed greatly in illustrating the lecture: "King Uambnno and Lnclebam" were rich in suggestion. Uncle Sam, with his usual boldness of speech, is made to say to his nignness, " lou're a thief, you're an anarchist, you're a murderer but say, Mr., just give me a share of the swag, and we will give you full liberty to follow your trade." Another one was equally suggestiver-The dear people," represented by a figure, gaunt ana ragged and bare, with a lace, such a face, the very picture of woe and want and misery. This figure was chained to tho withered trunk of a tree, with two other figures standing by, one of them a churchman forging new links for the chain, and on the other side was the saloon man, agent of King Uambnno, with both hands down deep in the pockets of the poor victim already poor, weak and emacia ted. They were striking pictures and spoke volumes to the thinking mind 1 he lecture was also finely illustrated by Mr. Esserly's songs, especially the two following: The first one a man who sowed a bag of pumpkin seeds and watered them every night and morning with his prayers and expected to raise a held of corn. I he corn didn't come however. The other one had a fine point and was highly appreciated, en titled "The twin ballots, nestling to gether in the ballot box, one cast by a jolly fat brewer, tho other by a Sunday school man. Altogether the lecture was a good one, and very instructive. ana lett a good impression with all who heard it. Mr. rrout goes toLa peer Co. to give a series of lecture there. Soma mothers" children are always well dressed and other observant moth ers wonder how it can be afforded on a small income. We'll let you into the secret hoping you will profit by it. These managing mothers have the knack of making over garments and odds and ends, which are made to look pew by coloring over with Magic Dyes, at expense of only a few cents and a little easy work, for it is easy to dye with Maglo Dyes, use a darker dye than the goods you wish to color over, follow the simple direction? faithfully and you cannot fail to be pleased with the result. Large 10 cent packages of Grant Holden, Yale. House anp Lots. For sale or ex change, on Mary street in village of Yale, ono house and one or four lots. Tor particulars and terms call on A. V. Hazard. 36-4 IIousk and Lots. For sale in Yale a one story house and two lots on Mury street. For particulars and terms call on John Ulack or J. A. Menzies, Yale, Mich. 564 Hoi'mh ani lx)T. For Sale in Yale a two-ntory brick cottage with cellar, on Mary street, with one or more lots. For further particulars and terms, enquire of John Ulack. 33m3 GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale People and Their Friends. Susie McKernan visited oyer Sunday at Deanville. Postmaster Lutz visited Lansing this week on business. Alfred Young was in Port Huron Monday on business. William Gowan had legal business in lirown City Monday. Melvin Larabee, of Port Huron, spent Sunday with Edith Gustin, in ale. Mrs. Morrison, of Lum, has been visiting friends in the vicinity of Yale tho past week. Lillian Welch and Guy Ingalls, of Port Huron, visited in Yale the latter part of last week. Mrs. Lester Clark and Mrs. John Black are visiting relatives and friends in Saginaw this week. Mrs. John Wark, of Speaker, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Alward, in Yale this week. William Henry and wife, of Laurel. visited friends and relatives in this vicinity during the past week. Mrs. L. 15. Deecher, of Petoskey. is the guest of her parents and other friends around Yale this week. William II. Kallentine returned home Tuesday from a yisit to points in the northern part of tho state. Mrs. John Hill, of Port Huron, has been visiting Samuel Levagood and other friends in Greenwood the past week. Nicholas Haves has been at Ann Arbor this week on a visit to his son John, who is receiving medical treat ment there. E. II. Ileecher took his departure last evening for Binghampton,5. Y, where ho will visit among triends and rela tives for a week or more. Jacob Menerey was down from Loomis over Sunday. He purchased a team of horses from II. 11. Noble and started to drive home Monday morn ing. Will Palmer is in Croswell this week taking charge of Gordon Jaynes' barber shop. Will is a professional at his trade and why should ho not be, hav ing served as an apprentice with Aaron Windsor. Our nerves are to our life, what th 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 the nerves with morphinj, 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. Money to Loan. A large amount of money to loan on first-class real estate security in sums of $ "00 and upwards at seven per cent interest. Apply to R. B. Moore, Rose burg, Michigan. 37-4 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 A Cheap Home In Yale. I will sell at a low figure and on easy terms, the house ana lot known as the Kyes place on Kennehc street, or the two story cottage, with barn, known as the Holmes property. Will also sell a fine building site of an acre or more on Mary street. 37- Harvey fappan. An Exnreaalon of Gratitude. We desire to express our sincere grat- WiiHa tn all (hnnn kind friend who ministered to us in our hour of afflict ion and sorrow, and can only pray that the Lord will bless them all for all their goodness to us. Mrs. F. Goheen. 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 personlesirous 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 finest harbors on the Atlantic coast, write or call on J. R. Francis, Box 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf Property in Yale For Sale. 1 will sell the following property at reasonable figures, for cash, or for a fair payment down and time on balance: House and lot on Main street, forivierly owned by Geo. II. Mustard; lot 1 with house on south side of North street and vacant lots 4 and 5 of Morrill's sub-division, former Iv belonrine to E. E. Bowman: lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 15, 16, 17 and 18 of Reed A Mc- Nutt's second addition, formerly be longing to A. II. Braid wood. Ciiah. K. Donor. 34- Port Huron, Mich. Ail Free. Those who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now the op portunity to try itJbree. Gallon the advertised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your name and address to II. E. Bucklen & Co.. Chi cago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills, Free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and House hold Instructor, Free. AU of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost I ou nothing. Grant Holden & Bro'g. rugs tore. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder world's Fair Highest Award. 1LVER 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 Bargains in SIX'HOLE RANGES 'or Thirty Days. And our cleaning out prices on HEATING STOVES. If you see our stoves and listen to our prices you will be happy. Hard-ware In The Rest Cross-Cut Saw in Royal Stock Food We also have on hand "Royal Stock Food", the best of stock foods for building up a df ranged system. Our stock of Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils, Varnishes is still complete. FERGUSON sm. General Hardware Merchants, Your Ear Please ! DID YOU HEAR ABOUT BUT PERHAPS YOU'VE HEARD ABOUT You have Heard Ho 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 General Merchandise in the village and Hear Our Trices. Anjway You Have Heard LOTHIAN & BEARD. GENERAL DEALERS. YALE, MICH. DRUGS When in need of anything in the line of Pure Drugs, Chemicals and Patent Mediates You can benetit yourself Dy caiitng on us, as we always make it a point to Keep nomine but the our est articles obtainable and at prices which none can undersell. Prescriptions and Domes tie Receipts are tilled by a competent Pharmacist on ly, so you run no risk from mistakes whatever. The Central Drug Store of fill Lennon. Geo. GOUG-H Undertaker and Funeral Director. A full Mnortmentof Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, etc. Twoelejrant hearses free of charge. O IZm.'tea.lrxxln.E' o. Specialty o (uUmI In he latest and most artistic manner. Tin type" taken. G-reat "Variety. the world is the "IIUMBOLT." Our Ladies Solid Cordavan Shoe, leather face lly worked buttonhole and well made throughout for only 83 cents? And its not old Stock either. Our 23 cent Tea. It is conceeded by all to be equal to any in the village for 35 cents. It is nicely flavored and steeps a fine cup. Doubt About About Central Coonty Bank! PECK, - - MICH., J. M. GAIGE & CO. RESPONSIBILITY, $200,000.00. Loans Money On Ileal Estate and Good En dorsed Notes at Reasonable Rates. Receives Deposits And pays interest on Time Certificates. Sells Exchange On Detroit, Xew York and other points. Collections A Specialty. l'rompt Re mittances. Writes Insurance In First-Class Companies. Real Estato Wild Lands and Improved Farms for sale on easy terms, F.J. BATTERSBEE. Cashier. J. M. GAIGE. Pres. WM. H. AITKIN, Vice Pres. Collection Dep't. Central County Bank, J. M. GAIGE & CO. Collections Made lTomptly and remittances on day of payment. Wild Lands and Improved Farms for sale on easy terms. Ciias. J. Reynolds, 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 1 lid CPS of Moat . " "v. no "III KlVtT you points on how to pick out a eood piece. " Meet us at our block when in need of Meat. Holden Bros., Props.