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M JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Be$t Interests of the Community In which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. XIU, No. 46. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year, i i RSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS9 s Clothing and Gents' Furnishings ! 1 wish to state to all in need of Cloth ing this Spring, we solicit a call aa we are showing a choice stock of New Goods in Men's, Hoys', Souths' & Children's Price in Men's from $4 50 to $14. Price in Children's 90c. to $4.50. In Gents' Furnishings we have just re newed our Spring Stock of Neck Wear. The finest line ever shown in the village. 8 Shirts in all styles and prices. A new line of Caps, Hats, &c. We propose making this the leading feature of our business. 8 8 8 8 8 8 J. c. N. B. We have yet quite a lot oi Dry Goods left which are beirg closed out at a price much less than they cost. A good stock of Groceries always on hand at a low price. 8 ) 91 es S9SSSSS2SSS9SSS3SSSSSSSS (MUM 1 J w Alarmea Bicycles I Fence Wire IJy the spool, ton, will sell you at a Low that does it. Nails Noah struck the ark. you will hit ttie price is a clincher. Sash and Doors We have not got a comes to SASH and price we quote causes with satisfaction. Bicycles The CROWN In material, LOW buying a wheel don F. H. GIBBS k GO, YALE. THE MAKERS OF wear. HOLDEN We're not this time but some of our time keepers are. They tell you the correct time, any time, and alarm you at the proper time. Haying a clock of a person that doesn't know a chronometer from a sun-dial is buying a lottery ticket. We are in the clock business and guarantee our goods also repair free anything not satisfactory. Don'c buy of a blacksmith or a junk shop they can't repair them and cheap clock are like defrauded merchants, soon put out a sign "No Tick Here." Wait and s: e our new line of bi cycles for 18(Ju. We will carry the "King of Scorchers" and the "Mod archs" this year. Xo better made. Trices the lowest. We expect the wheels here .Saturday next and invite your inspection. P. W. Doelle. or car load, at car rates, which we Trice. 'Tis the magic spell of Cash nail on the head when he built the nail on the head if you buy of us, our cinch on the earth, but when it DOOKS we're ''in it", and the low the silver in your pocket to jingle KING is our leader. II1C2II GRADE grade in THICK. If you think of t fail to see it. LOW PRICES. 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 4- Business Strictly Confidential. ? Seo second column, eighth page. GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale Peoole and Their Friends. Will Palmer spent Tuesday inCapac. W. II. Palmer was at Ihichanan Sun day. C. Cooper was in Peck Wednesday on business. Supervisor Lothian was in Port Hu ron Monday. James Iirown did business at Valley Centre last Friday. Postmaster Lutz has been in Lansing this week on business. K. F. Pratt was called to Stanton this week on business. Ed. Jenki, of Port Huron, visited in Yale Friday of last week. Harvey Tappan was in Port Huron on legal business Monday. Ezra Freeman and Will Hoskin spent Friday lust in Port Huron. E. K. Beechcr did business in Port Huron last week Saturday. W. Dorrington, of Hay City, did business in Yale Thursday. Representative Parkinson was homo from Iansing over Sunday. Thomas Kapley and W. V. Andreae were in Port Huron Tuesday. M. Middaugh, of Port Huron, was in town the foro part of the week. Mrs. J. II. Paton, of Almont, spent the week in Yale visiting friends. P. G. Lathrop spent Sunday in Ar mada visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. E. Story, of Snarpsville, has been in Yalo this week visiting friends. II. I). Menzies, of Detroit, was the Suestof his brother in Yale Wednes a3' Hanker Toal and Fcrd Vanned, of Teck, were in Yalo on business Thurs day. John Crawford has returned from the lumber woods of the Upper Penin sula. Christ Reynolds, of Port Huron, call ed on friends in Yale the first of the week. Mrs. A. J. Shock ley, of Ruby, was the guest of Mrs. W. 15. Saville last Friday. Porter Harris, of Port Huron, is the guest of Will H. Harris in Y'ale at present. Thomas Howay, representing J. W. Fales Paper Co., of Detroit, wasin town this week. Capt. HertGustin and family, of Ray City, visited A. H. Telfer during the past week. James Ulack and wife, of Deanville, visited relatives and friends in Y'ale over Sunday. Chas. Noble, cashier of the Brown City Rank spent Sunday with lm father and friends in Y'ale. Miss Alma and Mrs. George Windsor, of Rrown City, were guests of Steve Windsor and tamiiy this week. Sol Tice is home from the Upper Peninsula where ho has worked in the lumber woods the past winter. Erastus Robinson, of New Y'ork, is spending a few days with his brother Frank Robinson, ot this place. Lillian Springer has gone to Spencer, Ohio, where she has secured a position as trimmer, the coming season. Mrs. Frank Snyder, of Crown City, has been the guest of her sister Mrs. Grant llolden in Yale this week. Mr . .lamp Holdrn has returned from Trenton after a five weeks visit with her son, Dr. Hiram llolden. I). A. McKeith, William Easton, George Cameron and John Lavalle were in l'ort Huron last Saturday. Hugh McNair, one of Rrown City's enterprising merchants, visited his brother Dougall in Yale Thursday. Geo. W. Allen, publisher of the San ilac Recorder, Deckeryille, visited friends and relatives in Yale over Sun day. 11 . P. McCabe, of Emmet, has been in Yale this week looking after the interests of the Champion Harvesting Company. Arthur Thompson, who has been working in Chicago for some time is in Yule at present assisting Grant llolden in the drug store. Alfred Young took his departure Tuesday for Auburn Park, III., where he will make his future home. Suc cess to you Alfred. Samuel J. "Welch and family moyed to their new home in Tuscola county on Monday. The Expositoii joins with the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Welch in Yalo in wishing them health, wealth and happiness in their new home. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World' Fair Highest Award. NEWS IN GENERAL. Many Minor Michigan Matters Mi nutely Mentioned. John McCiill will build a business block in Marlette. II. O. Wills is conducting revival meetings in the M. E. church at Mar lette. Chas. II. Davis, of Wales, was robbed of$l,i.'00 at Croswell on Monday luxt week. Dr. Smith, of St. Clair, is the author of a book of poems which is well spoken of by the press. Rusiness is getting lively among Port Huron concerns and the prospects of a busy season ure excellent. Thomas Rerney's barns in Columbus, were burned to the ground last week, by the upsetting of a lantern. Loss, 3I.6UO. John Profit, of Cass City, has a pig which was born with seven we. I formed legs, two heads, ihree eyes, three ears and two tails. T. II. Rottomley, of Capac, had a collision with run-a-way team while in Detroit recently and is considerably the worse for wear. The firm of W. R. Clark & Son, the oldest commercial house in Sarnia, has been obliged to give an assign ment for the benefit of creditors. A new bill passed the house of the Michigan Legislature makes Black River the dividing line between Port Huron and Fort Gratiot townships. The postofhee at Hartsutf has been discontinued and the people will get their mail at Avoca. Hurtsutl will hereafter be known as Green's Corners. Fred Meisel, eon of G. C. Meisel, of Port Huron, died Sunday morning, of typhoid fever, after an illness of four weeks. Deceased was 20 years of age. A teachers' regular examination, in all grades, will be held at Sanilac Centre next Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday the union teachers' asso ciation will be held. George Hurley was arrested last Sunday for bringing stolen knives into the country, (ieorgo confesses to hav ing taken them from a house in Sarnia, but cannot locate the spot. David Turner asks the St. Clair Tun nel Company to pay him $2U,000 for injuries received while helping in the construction of the tunnel. Turner's ear drums broke and he has been to tally deaf since. Colonel George Rrown, of Tort Hu ron, brings suit against tho state to re cover $7ou salary. While inspector general, Mr. Rrown spent considerable money and ins bills were disallowed by the military board. Richmond is proud of the facl that at the recent election two hundred and one votes were cast in favor of water works and only eeyenty-one against. A complete plant will soon be added to that thriving village. A great deal of excitement was 'utl at a recent special meeting in Mar lette as to whether the school bonne site should be moved or not; but the movers finally won. Marlette women did lots of hustling getting votes. Frank Wilcox, of Wales, was seriom ly injured in a passenger car at Mem phis, by falling across the seats from the sudden stoppage of the train. Several ribs were broken and spine injured, causing partial paralysis. Elmer Sperry, of Berlin, was thrown out of his buggy upon a pile of Hone, in 185)3 and was seriously injured. Now he sues the township for $800, claiming carelessness in leaving the stone where it would frighten horses. Obituary. Sarah A. Mosher was born in the town of Xewport, Haults Co., Nova Scotia, Sept. 19, 1828. Her parents moved to Toronto, Canada, in 1829 where her early girlhood years were spent, the family moving to Houghton, Canada, in 1840. Was married to Samuel Carson in April 1857. Lived in Canada until 18(54, when they moved to Rrockway, Mich., where she resided at the time of her death. Mio was the mother of four children, two sons and two daughters, three of whom, with her husband mourn her lostf, the eldest son having crossed the dark river some four months previous. She also has three brothers and one sister living, Jehu and I). A. Mosher, of Yale, Mich., John B. Mosher, of Toronto, Canada, and Mrs. Eliza Mon roe, of Eaton Rapids, Mich. Deceased became a member of the Church of Christ shortly after coming to Michigan and was an earnest, faith ful, christian the remainder of her life. While thoso that are left sorely miss the loving smile, tho kind word, and tho lovely presence from among them they may mourn, not as those who have no hope, but thank God that through the abundance of His grace they may look forward to a eunion in that city where sorrow and weeping are no more. "W nliiill sleep but not forever. There will a nlorlous d;iwn. We hIihII in'i't to n.irt, no, never. On tlie resurrection morn." PantS t MasV Windsor's $ $3.25 SnltS I MasV Windsor's $13.00 We iimkc clothes from those prices up and the higher the price tho better the KmhM; but the cheaper ones wo guaran tee to make lit and keep In repair for a reasonable length of time just the same a our dear suits. ALL ARE GUARANTEED. I)o not deal with people who cannot take your mennire correctly and do not know what kind of goods they are sell ing you, but come und set satisfaction through our Ions experience and perfect knowledge ot the Merchant Tailoring ltuslnei. P. 8.-Drcs Suits a Specialty. $ i I i 4 Call and get our prices on Dry lioods and Shoes before making your spring purchas es. Watch for our announce ment next week. pi A. 0 No Let Up No Shut Up No Bust Up Hut a close application to business, small profits, quick sales, for CASH, are the gr ;i redeeming principles of a successful and. pleasant business. Everybody is studying the great principles of economy. Now don't forget that FEIKJUSOM & CO., Yale, D.I3,S IT Builders' Supplies, Blacksmiths' Supplies, Stoves arid Tinware, Sash, Doors, Taints, Oils and Varnishes, are still with you and holding out inducements in their line that will surely draw jour trade. Car Load of I Vnce Wire just unloaded "SO CHEAP" and must be sold for CASH only. But The Price. Call and make us a friendly visit, FERGUSON $C0. General Hardware Merchants, r.3. Dress Goods t7 Now this is a subject that will in- V-m terest the Ladies. It's now coming on 3 the season when they all want a hew dress and the question naturally V arises, what shall I get and where 3H shall I get it? Perhaps we can help ?$ you by giving you a partial list of our gi new eoods which have just arrived in all the newest shades and designs. :j7l These goods are new and tho prices V?J lower than heretofore offered. Hi p Fine Henriettas, Superb Cashmeres, p Beautiful Worsteds, . Argyle Cheviots, & Sterling Sateens, p Victoria Ducks, lg$ Sterling Percales. We only nsk you to call and see these goods as a personal fcjj Inspection beats any description. E D y I ATHIAM THAL. ir-5 MICH.