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1 JIT ffvAyAyA Ay 4. JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY Vol. Xm, No. 42. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. K9SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS9S8SSSS (0 I Come atOnce! 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 ot the Dry Goods and Grocery Business. Everything in this line must sco 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 ol 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. N. B. Our Spring Clothine has already begun to arrive and we are anxious to dispose ot our Dry ji Goods so that this Branch of our KM Business Clothing, Gents' Fur- nishings and Shoes may have our m full attention. 16 n Will you be my Valentine ? Got Some Dandies P. W. Doelle, f L JEWELER and STATIONER. Yale. $ CASH IS CKEPIT makes a slave of the man who gives or receives it. WIIEKF. 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 13 per cent on every dollar's worth of goods purchased of ns. Our spring goods are arriving daily and our prices are below competition. F. H. Gibbs & Co., THE PEOPLE WHO SELL HARDWARE. HOLDEN (SSSSSSSSSSS9SSSSSS i If you did not give your girl one of our engagement rings why ask her the above question y sending her one of our superb Valentines the 14th of this month. We have the finest in the village from 5cta. to j?UT each. Come in and see them. for a cent too. KING ! YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $250,000. Deposit your money where it is safe. 5 per cent interest on Time Cer tificates of Deposit. All Business 4- Strictly Confidential. Ttie L. O. T. M. is a Secret Society. The LOT.M of Yale is especially so. Jt hit just leaked out (through a .Sir Knight) that they have been having "awfo'lly nice times" lately and we, that is a good many ot us, haven t been in it. AbDiit a month ago they had a great blow-out, had one of their Great Hive officers at the installation, pre sented their Lady Commander and Past Lady Commander with tine rock ing chairs and wound up with a grand banquet and the funniest of all, they never told a word about it. A fcfr Knight, however, attracted no doubt by the smell of coilee, strayed up the stairs in time to take in tlx; situation and a share of the refreshments. Last Friday night the same Sir Knight emelled coilee a fsecond time and giving a few of his friends the hint they wended their way up to the LOTM hall and presented themselves at the inner door which was wide open. What a bewildering sight met their wondering gaze I-ailirs l;irce and 1;i!i-s Mna, l-snlies short and lad U-m tail, l.alies bright, one aixl Mil, sat around tho room enjoying their coilee and cake and a jcllier crowd could not well be found. There were upwards of one hundred f them, and not a man among them. Their bright happy faces set oil by their jaunty head gear and bright scarfs made them look so bewiudiiugly attractive that one poor Sir Knight lost his heart and could he only have decided on one out of the many he. no doubt, would haye proposed then and there and so ended all his troubles. the ladies spared no pains to make it pleasant for their gentlemen callers, treating them to the best of everything ami ali went "Merry as a Marriage Hell" until the serving of refreshments being over the L. C. called order and requested that the gentlemen who had so kindly called on the Jadies now favor them with sixpchs. The poor Sir Knights "looked the woe thev dare not speak" but the tirst gentleman called, summoning up his courage, walked bravely to the platform and began to cast about for a sneech. The others seeing his dilemma and realizing that they too were in tor it made a bolt for the door and succeeded in reach ing the ante room, but the picket was too quick for them and 4ioltod the outside door. Kealizing that there was no alternative they returned to the hall and did their be4t under the circumstances, making some excellent speeches and promising to do better at some future time, provided they be given a little time for preparation. The gentlemen were then allowed to pass out and all else remains a mystery. Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best place to go for a cheap home, either cleared or woodland. Ciood chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up this particular location, located between the York and the James rivers and a!out 40 miles from Newport News, Southampton, Old Toint Comfort and Norfolk, one -of the finest harbors on the Atlantic coast, write or call on J. 1$. Francis, 15ox77, Tale, Mich. 47tf Property In Yale For Sale. 1 will sell the following property at reasonable figures, for cash, or for a lair payment down and time on balance: House and lot on Main street, formerly owned by . II. Mustard; lot 1 with house on south side of North street and vacant lots 4 and -5 of Morrill's sub-division, former ly lelonging to K. E. Ilowmun; lots 1, 2, .1, 4, lo, 16, 17 and 18 of Heed & Mc NiiU's second addition, formerly be longing to A. II. Hraidwood. Chas. K. Doikik, 34- Tort Huron, Mich. In these hard times a majority of our people are practicing a more rigid economy than for many years. Near ly every family has a supply of old garments or goods, which can be used to advantage in such times and made to look almost like new by coloring oyer with Magic Dyes. You can de pend on them for fast colors that will not crock of fade out, like most other dves, and, unlike other brands, newl.7 all the colors will dye cotton, wool, irilk or linen with same package (instead of requiring a separate package for cot tons' which renders thftn far superior for coloring mixed oods. Simple di rections. Targe i0 cent packages of rrt, '"', ale. Four Biff Successes. Having the needed, merit to more than make good all tho advertising claimed for them, the following four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr King's New Discovery, for consumption, Coughs and Colds, each bottle guaranteed Electric Hitters, ho great remedy for Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. Ducklen'a Arnica Salve the best in the "World, and Dr. King's New Life Tills, which are a perfect pill. All these remedies are guaran teed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith will be glad to tell Jou moro of them. Sola at Grant I olden & Bro'a. drugstore Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale Peoole and Their Friends. Fred Francis spent Sunday in North I'.rancli. II. K. Heard was in Melvin Thursday on business. James Itrowu was at Port Huron Wednesday. James McColl was in Heme on busi ness this week. Samuel White was at Tort Huron on business Tuesday. J. A.Kapley, of Hrown City, spent i uursuay in i uie. Henry Welch did business in Tort Huron last Friday. Mabel Moore visited friends in Tort Huron Wednesday Jennie Palmer visited friends in Port Huron Tuesday. Thoebe Hoy spent Sunday in Capac the guest of her parents. li. II. Noble started Saturday evening on a trip to New Orleans. Victor Rogers is in Oakland county thi-s week visiting friends. Herbert Summers, of Melvin, was in Yale on Monday morning. J. F. Mcllae, of Coleman, was in Yale on business Tuesday. Thornton Fergu-on returned home from St. Joseph last week. Charles F. Kmery visited the county capitol last week Saturday. Representative Parkinson was home from Lansing over Sunday. Herman Michaels, of Hrown City, was a Yale visitor this week. Ceorge Windsor, of Hrown City, visit ed his brothers in Yale last Friday. William Rapley, of Strathroy, Ont., has been in Yale this week on business. W. II. Hallentino was in Port Huron last Saturday on business and pleas ure. William (Jowan ami Postmaster Lute were in Port Huron Monday on busi ness. W. N. McKenna who has been away for some time time is back in Yale this week. Mrs. II. J. McPhee, of Hrown City, was a guest at Thos. Wharton's this week. Sarali Mother is homo from Chicago where she has been for six months or more. Mrs. T. II. Wilson and daughter, of Detroit, are on a visit to her father, M. Munroe. James Menerey, of Marlette, has been in Yale this week visiting his brothers. Anna Mitchell, of Fremont, is a guest at the residence of lr. A. Mitchell. Henry Ciriswold and wife are in Mel vin this week on a visit to Oeo. Hurt and wife. Reuben (lough, of Otter I.ake, was the guest of (ieorge (iough in Yale this week. Abner Clyne and wife, of Grant, vis ited at the residence of his parents in Yale Sunday. Dr. A. Toal and John Tupper, of Peck, were in town on business Mon day afternoon. Cora Hurtle returned to Cass City Thursday after a month's visit with friends in Yale. Charles A. Wells and family, of Avoca, visited friends and relatives in Y'ale over Sunday. Mrs. Shafer and two children, of Grant, have been tho guests of M. Munroe this week. Albert Heard, Dr. A. J. Shoeklev, and wives, of Ruby, were guests at VV. H. Seville's Sunday. James II. Moore was in Tort Huron Tuesday in the interests of the Walter A. Woods Machine Co. Will Reed, who has been working in Detroit during the past year, returned to Yale Monday evening. II. T. McCabe, of Kmmet, agent for tho Champion Harvester Co. has been in Yale this week on business. F. K. Mather, of the hardware firm of F. II. Gibbs & Co., Y'ale, visited his best girl in Hay City over Sunday. Dora Honnard is attending the Toronto University of Music, where she expects to graduate in two years. Mrs. Rodeman. of St. Paul, Minn., daughter of Samuel Lcvagood, return ed to her home Wednesday morning. Lena Winn, of Smith's Creek, return ed home Wednesday, after a two week's visit with her uncle, Levi Iydc. George Gough was at Mayvillo last Friday, visiting his brother. Henry Gough of Mayville is here this week on a visit. Mrs. II. A. Granger, who has been visiting in Saginaw and Pinconning this winter returned to her home in Y'ale Monday evening. Dusty McDonald, having finished his work in Satiilac Centre, is in Yale again to look after tho interests of the "Sons of Rest" of which ho is presi dent. Homer T. Rector ami wife, Henry Rector and wife, Asa Fuller and wife, of Mt. Clemens, Homer A. Rector, of Grand Rapids, Mrs. Schank, of Klin ball, Mrs J I ill and son, of Port Huron, and Mrs. Lewis, of Greenleaf, attended Nicholas Rector's funeral the past week. J. C. llolden and wife, John Ilolden and family, Thomas llolden and fam ily, Grant Ilolden and wife, King llolden and family, C. R. Ilolden and family, Will llolden and family and Mrs. Caroline llolden visited with J. F. llolden and family in Hrown City last Sunday. I have several 80-aerc pieces of land and improved farms in Sanilac county that I would trado for houses and lots in Yale. K7-1 H. K. Noble. No Let Up No Shut Up No Bust Up Hut a close application to business, small profits, quick sales, for CASH, are the great redeeming principles of a successful and pleasant business. Everybody is studying the great principles of economy. Now don't forget that FERUL'SON & CO., Yale. Builders' Supplies, Blacksmiths' Supplies, Stoves and Tinware, Sash, Doors, Taints, Oils and Varnishes, are still with you and holding out inducements in their line that will surely draw your trade. Car Load of Fence Wire just unloaded "SO CHEAT" and must no soul tor cash only. . Call and make us a friendly visit, FERGUSON A GO. General Hardware Merchants, Again it's R. M. Lothian. Our Clothing Will be closed out at once as we have not a suit able place to show the line. Some large values will be given in this department, so make us a cull when you want clothing for yourself or boys. We will toko WOOD for Clothing during this sale and guarantee the prices. Our Other Lines Will be kept up to their usual standard and quality looked at before quantity. Rring us your Cash, Troduce, and Wood and receive full value by dealing with R. M. Lothian , YALEMICH. 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 Lennon, Geo. GOUGH Undertaker and Funeral Director. Aftillnsnnrtnientof Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes, etc. Two elegant litanies iron of clinrgp. XSnabalna.laa.s' Specialty Cabinet. rn1 ami Card riiotojrraplis ex- ecutoil Intlin latent ami most artistic manner. Tin types taken. 3P But The Price. Having purchased the interest of Mr. Heard. I will still continue the business at the old stand selling the Rest (ioods at the Lowest Tossible Margin conducive to good business principles. We do not claim to sell goods below cost but at a fur m irgiu and to stand by the quality of .them. The largest quantity is not always the best quality. Central County Bank! PECK, - - MICH., J. M. GAIGE CO. RESPONSIBILITY, $200,000.00. Loans Money On Teal Kstate and (lood in dorsed Notes at lleasonablo Kates. Receives Deposits And pays interest on Time Certificates. Sells Exchange On Detroit, New York and other points. Collections A .specialty. Trompt lie 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't. Central County Bank, J. M. GAIGE &. CO. Collections Made Tromptly and remittances on day of pavment. Wild Lands and Improved Farms for salo on easy terms. Chas. .1. Ki:ynous, Yale, Mich. Manager. At Meal Times You always want a pieco 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 irood piece. Meet us at our block when in need of Meat. Holden Bros., Props.