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mrtr JAS.A.MENZIES, Publisher. Inthe Best Interest! of the Community in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. XIIL No. 50. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. ; 1 i 8. 8 I I Tried Hard To sell out but tin one cared to face the, music, so I am elected TO STAY. Dry Goods You know my Stock of Dry lioods was nearly closed out. and now the shelves are jammed full of New Goods bought at the very lowest market price. We have some of the latest novelties in Spring Suitings and Wash Fabrics. Heuutlful Plaids for Waists in Silks, and French Ginghams, ('ape Cloth in all shades. Point Lace is all the rage and we have it. Notions. Clothing Young men, do not buy until you see our Stock. We have the goods and the price is right. See our show case with the nobby styles in Neckwear. Gents' Hals and Caps. We are show ing a neat line of Ladies' Trimmed Hats. The Latest and very cheap. Ladies' and Gents' Fine Shoes. Groceries This Line is always Complete At Prices no one can beat. We are here to protect you. as we are on the lookout for low prices. Co.ll an 3. Soo ITe. J. C. HOLDER S8SSS2SSS8SSSSSSSSSSSSSS Wall Paper Now is the time when you are thinking of re-papering your house. That being the case the question arises, Where will I buy my paper? We have about 2,(HH) rolls of paper at from ."i to )0c per roll. JJorders to match. A large line of Ingrains We are going to close out our entire stock of Paper this season and if you want bargains call on us. We make no charge for trimming. P. W. DOELLE. Window Shades We have just placed in our store as large an assortment of Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Fixtures, Etc. as can be found this side of Port Huron. The price of Shades Hanging from 2i)c to ."). These are bargains vou cannot ailord to miss. Please remember that we take eggs in exchange for goods, ('all and look our stock over. We can suit you. -lUX KXSaK'iSA. TLVLWltS V. ...!. SSfflffJlULlE 1 STOP ! ! The I3est Is xionc too O-oocL for YOU. (2 J E W E L j E W E L a-sox-.i2sr:E - stoves, The Pioneer of them all. A TRIAL COSTS YOU NOTHING, F. H. GIBBS & CO., THE MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE. RESPONSIBILITY, $280,000. Deposit your money where it is safe, ii per cent interest on Time Cer tificates of Deposit. All Business Strictly Confidential, GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDle and Their Friends. X. H. Herbert is in Flint this week. James Brown is in Detroit this week on business. Dr. C V. High spent Saturday in Port Huron. Will Keed, of Detroit, was here on a visit Saturday. Attorney (iowan did business in Port Huron Monday. Clarence Ilolden made Yale friends a visit this week. Fred T. Palmer was in Port Huron Monday on business. James McCoIl has been at Saginaw on business this week. John Springer is visiting friends in Port Huron this week. Phil W. Doelle visited friends in Pontiac the past week. Joe W. Allen, of Carsonville, visited friends in Yale Sunday. J. C. Hart is expected home from Florida in about a week. Will Hoskin took the train for Port Huron Monday morning. Frank Xewsted, of Detroit, yisited in Yale the first of the week. Ktta liobinson is on a two weeks visit to-Sharpsville friends. Mr. and Mrs. IJudolph Andreae were in Port Huron last Saturday. James L. Coe, of Port Huron, visited friends in Yalo over Sunday. Mrs. James HlMck, of Deanville, vis ited her sons in Yale this week. W. II. Ifullentine and wife spent Sunday with Port Huron friends. Mrs. M. J. Nicholson attended Pro bate Court in Port Huron Monday. Laura McKcnna visited among her young friends in Yale the past week. Fred Hoffman, of Port Huron, was in town over Sunday visiting friends. (i. W. Ayers, of Saginaw, spent Sun day with his sister, Mrs. J. W.Stratton. Harvey Tappan was in Port Huron Monday and Tuesday on legal busi ness, A Hie Chirk went to Saginaw Wed nesday where Jason's little girl is very sick. Mrs. Sams, of Mel wood, visited her daughter Mrs. C. V. High tlio past week. liev. A. J. Holmes, of Metamora, re newed old acquaintances in Yale this week. Ella McKernan.of Deanville, visited her sisters in Yalo the first of the week. Klam Sloat and wife attended the funeral of a friend at Marlette on Sunday. Mrs. E. K Beecher and daughter Marcia went to Port Huron Monday morning. Ensley Silverthorn, of Chicago, vis ited friends and relatives in this vicin ity lately. 15. It. Noble visited in Detroit last week. Sunday he made Sand Beach friends a visit. Will Palmer, (Jeorge Matzen, and Herb Hennessy went to Port Huron Monday evening. Esther Hillock has gone to Carson ville where she will help her sister in the niilliney store. John Sch ram has been in Unionville for some time past building a dwelling house for S. J. Welch. E. 11. Beecher was in Saginaw last week visiting friends and attending to his insurance business. I. Clemens and wife and Anna (Jray, of Sharpsville, Sundayed with friends and relatives in Yale. Mrs. Polly Law and three children of Sarnia, Out., have been guests of Oeorgo Mclntyre and wifo this week. Iiena VanXorstrand, of Lansing, is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. C. Ilavi land, and other friends in this vicinity. Homer P.anister, representing J. W. Gonlding & Co. Port Huron, called on us last Friday and made a pleasant visit. Jesse A. Morrill, wife and children, of Kilmaster, are visiting with James Pearce and other friends in ale this week. Kudolph Andreae took the train Monday morning for Flint and other points in the interest of the sheep pelt industry of Yale. Joe Mother, of Charlevoix, at one time in the livery business here with (Seo. V. Ilcid, is visiting friends anil relatives in this vicinity. Charles Black, who has been labor ing as an evangelist in Virginia for tho past seven months, visited his brothers and friends in Yale Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Thorn and Mrs. Council, of Davidson, have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. (leo. W. Barrett, and other friends in Yalo tho past week. Clean Your Yards. Notice is hereby given to residents and owners of property In Yale that the accumulation of rubbish, manure and tilth on the premises must bo cleaned up and carted away or burned at once. By order of Village Council. FARMERS! Head tho following letter wo receiv ed from the Deering Harvesting Co.: Jacksox, Mich., April l, 18'J." I'.rown & Cooper, Yale, Mich., Dear Sirs: In the past ten days we have received letter trom our travel ing men, to the effect tiiat our le iding competitors are exhibiting lulls and rollers and saying that same were taken from a Deering ball and roller bearing machine, and that the balls and rollers they exhibit are exactly the mm me as those used by the Deering people. Some of our competitors are unscrupu lous enough to get cast iron hall and rollers and Hie them ttat, then claim that they were worn tint by n Deering machine. Our object in giving you the above inforniHtion is, that if you think it advisable, you may inform vour trade that any etatetnent of this kind made by our competitors is false from Urt to finish, and that we will pay any man $l(K).ou fur u set of balls uni roll ers taken from a Deering imclune, that are worn Hat or worn out, if the machine has received proper utleniiou as to oiling and caring foi it. Ve know from actual experience that the ball and roller bearings used in our machines will wear longer than brass, chilled or babbitted bearings, and tnere is one thing certain, the Deering Har vester Co. has never made an improve ment in harvesting machinery as hard for our competitors to overcome, as the ball and roller bearings. 1 hi is why our competitors resort to such dis honest methods, in hopes that they may retain their share of the trade. Ve sold over 2,500 ball bearing ma chines in Michigan in 18114, and every farmer who purchased one of them sneaks of same in words of highest praise, and could not be induced to use a binder or mower without bull and roller bearings. We have carefully ex amined a number of ball and roller bearing machines that have been used for three years, and we defy anyone to detect, with the naked eye, any wear in the ball and roller bearings of thee machines that have been used for three years, consequently we feel per fectly safe in making the above offer. If any of your customers are doubtful as to the wearing qualities of the ball and roller bearings used in Deering machines, you may my to them that it the balls or rollers wear flat or wear out in a Deering machine thev pur chase, within five vears, we will fur nish them new balls and roller free of charge, providing, however, they have used proper precaution m oiling and caring for their machine. lours truly, Dk Kiu no Hakvkstku Co. l!y L. J. Uykk, (ieneral Agent. Does E.C.Boicoown PortHuron? By the way the newspapers of Port Huron keep up their praise of I'.oice's millinery department one would think that he was the only one doing business in that city. One week they tell ubout their grand electric opening of stylish millinery and tells about his new high salaried "Chicago trimmer and the beau tiful show room; the next they tell about the big business being done and about the big pile of boxes that tilled two express wagons to be delivered bc foro Easter and now we expect to hear about how many of Boiec's handsome hats were counted at the dillerent churches on Easter morning. The question then we ask is, does I'.oice own Port Huron T For Kknt Six rooms in the Mc Arthur Block, Yale, to rent on easy terms. Call on David McArthur. 47-4 Lost Somewhere between Yale and Moore's Corners, one day lat week, a gray shawl. Finder will please leave name at this office and get reward. 0-2 HorsK ani Jot. 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 of John Black. 33m3 . Notice. To whom it may concern: t The public are hereby notified that mv wife. Almvra Bullock, of the town ship of Lynn, St. Clair County, Mich igan, has left my home, bed, anil board, without any just cause or pro vocation, and that I shall not here after pay any debts or bills of what ever kind or nature that she may con tract, eitheir in her own name or on my account. VKJ Dated this 17th day of April, IS.K. ASA Jil'I.LOC'K. Property In Yalo For Sale. I will sell the 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 (Jeo. II. Mustard; lot 1 with house on south side of Xorth street and vacant lots 4 and of Morrill's sub-division, former ly belonging to E. K. Bowman; lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 15. 17 and 18 of Heed A Mc- Xutt's second addition, formerly be longing to A. 11. Braidwood. Cjia. K. Donor. 31- Port Huron, Mich. Did You Ever Try Electric Litters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a boltlonow and get relief. This medicine has been found to bo peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Ft male Com plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in fluence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have Loss oi Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spelli, or are Nervous, Sleep less, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Hnells. Electric Hitters is the medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Large bottles only titty cents at urant Holden'i Drug Store, Vale. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair tlfehes t AwarA. 1 Again! 'IP 7, M Our Motto: g (and wo follow It to tht letter) To tell about things as they sire. To do things as you ex pect them to be done. iei5E52S2H525252SZS2S2S25E52S2S2SHS2SBS2E Try TZ3 vrith yonr patronage. Call and see our Saturday's Spe cialty and please cU-: "t for get that our store is a collection oi Bargains ft & GROCERIES IS A complete line and mmv sugar for your money il,;.n you ever thought of. Our stock is one collection .i bargains. THAI. fa m 0: P' Si '3 mi No Let Up No Shut Up No Bust Up liut a close application to hii-iiH-ss, smull vr:';t, quick sales, for CASH, are the great rrd-i tniiiu' priuciph-.s ef h successful and .pleasant business. Evera b'y is .t inlying the great principles of economy. Xow don't for t t tu. t l'K'HC.r.' ON A: CO., Yale. Builders' Supplies, Blacksmiths' Supplies, Stoves and Tinware, Sash, Doors, Paints, 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 CHEAP" and must be sold for CASH only,' But The Price. Call and make us a friendly visit, General Hardware Merchants, FERGUSON MA XT fy n 1 n M HI Dress Goods y 0 p. is Now this is a subject that will in- Sfl terest the Ladies. It's now coming on KV the season when they all want a new .i dress and the question naturally dj arises, what shall I get and where RJ', shall I get it? Perhaps we can help you by giving you a partial list of our new goods which have just arrived in all the newest shades and designs. v These goods are new and the prices fol lower than heretofore offered. z-n Fine Henriettas, Superb Cashmeres, i- Beautiful Worsteds, fa Argyle Cheviots, fSy Sterling Sateens, & Victoria Ducks, Sterling Percales. & Wi e only ask you to call and see these goods as a personal inspection beats any description. R. M. LOTHIAN.