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JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the B Interests of the Community in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Vol. XIII, No. 41. YALE, St. Clair County, tifich., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. i i . . , r ! ! I 8 RSSSSSSSSSSSS9SSSSS9S8SSSS U Come at Once! And secure some of those Bar gains that are now being offered. The choicest things are going and are being picked up by wide-awake people. No one can afford to miss this sale. We are not look ing for a profit on our goods but merely to get some of our money out of them for we are bound to get out ol the Dry Goods and Grocery Business. Everything in this line must e:o at some price. We shall for a short time continue to keep for sale Staple Groceries, which will be sold mostly at cost to help dispose ot other goods. We kindly solicit a call from all, knowing that to those who are in need of goods it will be to their interest. J C. HOLDEN, N. B. Our Spring Clothine has already begun to arrive and we are anxious to dispose of our Dry Goods so that this Branch of our Business Clothing, Gents' Fur nishings and Shoes may have our full attention. S9SSS3SSSSSSS8SSSSSSSSSSSS Will you be my Valentine ? If you did not give your girl one of our engagement rings why ask her the above question by sending her one 'of our superb Valentines the 14th of this month. Wo have the finest in the village from Sets, o 31.03 each. Come in and see them, Got Some Dandies for a cent too. P. W. Doelle, f JEWELER and STATIONER, Yale. CASH IS KING 1 CREDIT makes n slave of the man who gives or receives it. WHERE cash and credit struggle . along to gether, the cash buyer pays the bad debts of credit, and in either case, CASH or CREDIT, the buyer pays more for his purchase than he who buys of a strictly cash house. Did you ever think of that? In these stringent times cash buyers expect, and are en titled to, the very lowest prices, and should not be compelled to pay the losses incident to a credit business. In the future as in the past, wo can save you 10 to 15 per cent on every dollar's worth of goods purchased of us. Our spring goods arc arriving daily and our prices are below competition. F. H. Gibbs & Co.. THE PEOPLE WHO SELL HARDWARE. YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE. RESPONSIBILITY, - $280,000. Deposit your money where it is safe. 5 per cent interest on Time Cer tiiicates of Deposit. All Business Strictly Confidential. GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDlo and Their Friends. K. V. Pratt spent Wednesday in Port Huron. Mr. Springer was in Port Huron over Sunday. Annie and Maggie lirown Sundayed in Port Huron. John Strevel and wife spent Sunday at Abbottsford. S. J. Welch took the train Tuesday for Unionville. Jennie Hartle, of Cass City, is in "Vale visiting friends. Wni. II. Palmer left for Akron, O. Monday evening. Hartley McNulty was in Croswell on business Monday. George Cough spent the day in Port Huron last Friday. E. It. Ceeeher went to Port Huron Thursday morning. Mrs. Jos. Foster was in Port Huron on a visit Wednesday. John D. McKeith spent a part of last week at Sanilac Centre. Dave Itowman and Albert Heath were in Avoca this week. Robert Irving and daughter May are in Sarnia visiting friends. M. Middaugh, of Port Huron visited friends in town Saturday. Andrew Depeel is in Saginaw this week on business interests. Mrs. I'.lack, of Capuc, is a guest nt the M. P. parsonage this week. Will II. Wear returned to Yale from Midland last Friday afternoon. Aaron and Steve Windsor spent Sun day with relatives in lirown City. Sophia Drennan, of Elliott, has been in lale tins week visiting trienus. Ida Volrick, of London, Ont., is in Yale visiting friends and relatives. (. W. Ayers, of Saginaw, is on a vis it to his sister. Mrs. J. W. Stratton. Win. Owens was at Coleman last week visiting relatives and friends. William llettes, of St. Ignace, is visit ing his aunt, Mrs. S. (i. Rettes in town. Henry Pond, of Algonac, is visiting his sister Mrs. Solomon Reid this week. Will and Charles Palmer and Herb Hennessy were at Capac Tuesday night. D. II. McNair and R. R. Noble board ed the train for Rrown City Tuesday evening. John I), tirinnell, of Port Huron was in Yale Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Mrs. David and Mrs. A. M. Rowman are in Ruby this week visiting relatives and friends. William Gowan is in Lansing this week attending a session of the Su preme Court. Will Holmes, of Casco. SDent a couple of Clays this week in Yale visiting rela tives and friends. John Rlack returned home Wednes day morning after a two days visit with friends in Saginaw. Marcia Reecher. Addie Palmer and Lillian Hennessy are visiting friends in Port Huron tnis week. Mrs. M. Crystal, of Saginaw, is visit ing the family of C. F. Michaels and other friends in Yale at present. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Reecher spent Wednesday evening in lirockway at the residence of Thomas Carless. Mrs. Levagood, of Mayville, has been in Yale this week, attending the funeral of Mrs. Samuel Levegood. Wm. V. Andreae left for Croswell and Deckerville Tuesday morning im the interests of the Yale Woolen Mills. Etta Percival, after a pleasant visit with friends in and around Yale, re turned to her home in Port Huron, Monday. Will Rap!ey, of Strathroy.Ont., after spending a few days visiting relatives and friends in Yale returned to his home Monday morning. Mrs. Howell, of Saginaw, returned home Monday after a two weeks visit with her sisters, Mrs. O. P. Chamber lain and Mrs. X. S. Rlakeslcy. Mrs. James Holden has been in Trenton this week attending the funer al of her son's wife, Mrs. Dr. H. Hol den, who died last Saturday night. Austin Lutz has secured a situation on the Sand Reach division of tho F. A P. M. R'y, and left for Port Huron Wednesday morning to go on duty. Harvey Tappan was in Lakeport Monday to defend J. C. Leyagood, charged with an assault and battery for punishing a pupil. The case was dismissed and Levagood continues his work as usual. Capt. Ferris, keeper of the PL Aux Rruques life saving station, was the guest of Jerry R. Paisley and family over Sunday. Jerry drove the Cant, to Croswell on Wednesday to tako the train for home. Thos. W. Moore and wife, who left Yale three years ago and located In tho state of Washington moved to Chi cago last July where they have resided until recently. Thursday of last week the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Moore in Yale were surprised to see them in our midst again. The Exposi tor welcomes our young friends back again. , Echoes From the Castle ol Knowledge. William Mann. Editor. Literary meeting was aguin postpon ed to next Tuesday. Eddie Andreae was absent the first of the week on account of a (carb) uncie. On account of the cold weather last week the attendance was considerably reauceu. "Honor to whom honor is due. Fearing that some might attribute last week's poetry to my credit I have again inserted it with'aiilhor's name. A linjrlitt'iitMl star In Uallv ixtintfd out, Wltliiu our darkem-d m-IhkiI room; That vasla It ray of mental power. To tlit minds o( all tliat knew him. Tli profoHtorat the tminl hour. Catchinn n KlluipNe of Its lad lance; To him it loom u like a dKtant toner. To us a future i-iidlunt-e. We know It well when the hour lm pome, For the expression of hi face Ix'trav it. Hut lens we rare, for it I only fun, And a waste of time while he xavs It. ClIAH. JIUWAUO 1 A LMF.lt. No Let Up No Shut Up No Bust Up Hoisi: axi Lots. For sale or ex change, on Mary street in village of lale, one nouso and one or tour lots. For particulars and terms call on A. W. Hazard. 3(5-4 HorsK axi Lots. Fur sale in Yale a one story house and two lots on Mary street. For particulars and terms call on John Mack or J. A. Menzies, laic, Mich. uG-4 Hot sK Axn Iot. For Sale in Yale a two-story brick cottage with cellar, on Mary street, with one or more lots. For further particulars and terms, enquire or Jonn jiiack. .uniii Sheep Pelts Wanted. Tho undersigned have established a Sheen Pelt Pullery and secured Mr. Plank as manager. We will pay the nignest market price in cash, b anners bring in your pelts. Special attention given where sent by railway. 3:2 C. Andreae & Sons, Yale. For Sale. Forty acres of choice land within 4 miles of Yale for sale cheap or will trade for village property. Apply to James Hisey, Yale, Mich. 3',-4 Money to Loan. A largo amount of money to loan on first-class real estate security in sums of HXJ and upwards nt seven per cent interest. Apply to R. IJ. Moore, Rosc burg, Michigan. 37-4 Timber for Sale. I have for sale a quantity 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. 32-1 A Cheap Homo In Yalo. I will sell at a low figure and on easy terms, the house and lot known as tho Kyes placo on Kennefic street, or the two story cottage, with barn, known as the Holmes property. Will also sell a tine building site of an acre or more on Mary street. 37- Harvey Tappan. Please Take Notice. The firm of S. O. Welch & Son have dissolved partnership and their books must be straightened up by the first of March. All owing this firm will please come and settle their accounts by money or notes at their earliest convenience and save expensd by so doing. Please attend to tho matter at once Yflurs Truly, 40- S. O. Welch & Son. Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best placo to go for a cheap home, either cleared or woodland. Good chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up this particular location, located between tho York and the James rivers and about 40 miles from Newport News, Southampton, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk, one of the finest harborson the Atlantic coast, write or call on J. R. Francis, P.ox 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf Property In Yale For Sale. I will sell tho following property nt reasonable figures, for cash, or for a fair payment down and time on balance: House and lot on Main street, formerly owned by Geo. II. Mustard; lot 1 with house on south side of North street and vacant lots 4 and r of Morrill's sub-division, former ly belonging to E. E. Howman; lotsl, 2, 3, 4, 15, 10, 17 and 18 of Reed St Mc Nutt's second addition, formerly be longing to A. H. Rraidwood. Chan. K. Pmxu:, 31- Port Huron, Mich. Madam, your attention, please. Po rou expect to dye this season? . We mean, will you dye any stockings, carpet rags, cloaks, dresses, feathers, or anything; for if you intend to, we ire anxious to have you dyo with Magic Dyes. They are easy to use and we believe them superior to most other brands. Carpet weavers who have aged them say they give more durable colors which don't crock or fade like athers. They color cotton, wool, etc., with same package, thus doing better work on mixed goods. Although tho packages are larger and color about double the goods, we sell them at 10 cents, same as other brands. Sold by Grant Holden, Yale. . It May Do as Much for You. Mr.Fred Miller, of Irving, 111. writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains la his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so called Kidney cures but without any good result About a year ago he began use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver troubles and often gives almost Instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Trice f0c. for large bottle. At Grant Holden So Rro.'s drugstore Rut a close application to business, small profits, quick sales, for CASH, are the great redeeming principles of :t successful and pleasant business. Everybody is studying the great principles of economy. Now don't forget that FERGUSON & CO., Yale. Builders' Supplies, Blacksmiths' Supplies, Stoves and Tinware, Sash, Doors, Paints, Oils and Varnishes, sue still with you and holding out inducements in their line that will surely draw your trade. Car Load of Fence Wire just unloaded "SO CHEAP" and muse oe sold ior uasii only, But The Price. Call and make us a frienolv visit. General Hardware Merchants, CO Again it's R. M. Lothian. Having purchased the interest of Mr. Rend. I will still continue the business at the old stind selling the Rest Goods at the Lowest Possible Margin conducive to good business principles. We do not claim to sell goods below cost but at a fair margin and to stand by the quality of them. The largest quantity is not always the best quality. Our Clothing Vt ill be closed out at once as we have not a suit able place to show the line. Some large valufs will be given in this department, so make us a call when vou want clothing for yourself or boys. We will tako WOOD for Clothing during this sale and guaiantee the prices. Our Other Lines Will be kept up to their usual standard and quality looked at before quantity.- Rring us your tu, x iwuiax, .inn w im-u hiio reeeii dealing with iye full value by R. M. Lothian . YALE, MICH. DRUGS When In need of anything In the line of Pure Drugs, Chemicals and Patent Medicines You can benefit yourself by calling on us, as we always make it a point to keep nothing but the pur est articles obtainable and at prices which none can undersell. Prescriptions and Domes tic Receipts are tilled by a competent Pharmacist on ly, so you run no risk from mistakes whatever. The Central Drug Store of Will Lemon, Geo. GOTJG-H Undertaker and Funeral Director. Afiillatftortrntntof Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, etc. Two elegant heursrs free of charge. Hm.'taalm.iri.Ef o. Specialty o Cabinet, Tunel and Card Thntograpln ex routed In the latest and most artistic manner. Tin types taken. Central County Bank! PECK, - - rfcvdCICXZ., J. M. GAIGE CO. RESPONSIBILITY, $200,000.00. Loans Money On lteaf Estate and Good En dorsed Holes at Reasonable Kates. Receives Deposits And pays interest on Time Certificates. Sells Exchange On Detroit, Xew 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, Vice Pres. Collection Dep'L Central Connty Bank, J. M. GAIGE & CO. Collections Made .Promptly and remittances on day of payment. Wild Lands and Improved Farms for sale on easy terms. Cn.vs. J. llr.Yxoi.ps, 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 judees of Meat, and we will jrlvo you points on how to pick out a good piece. Meet us at our block what in need of Meat. Holden Bros., Props,