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In tke Best Interesti of the Community in which we live.
JAS.A.MENZIES, Publisher.
YALE. St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1895.
Price: $1.00 per Year.
Vol. XIII, No. 51.
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To .sW
to face
Dry Goods
This Line
At Prices
We are here to protect you. as we are on the lookout for
low prices.
C3kll .xi.a co VS,
J. G.
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 2,0()U rolls of paper at
from A to SOc per roll. Uorders 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.
Are the bane of the house-keeper's life. To avoid these little pests try
our CARPET FELT, Tacks and Tack Hammers.
Time is here. Use ALA15ASTIXE on your walls.it makes a hard,
permanent coating, which you can wash if you like, while water will
spot kalsomiue or wall paper.
Your wood-work with the HOUSEHOLD PAINTS. Try it on your
chairs or any little odd job you have. You'll be surprised ait the result.
built for work. Spades, Hakes, Hoes. Etc. See the Osborne Hand
F. H. G-IBBS & CO.,
out hut no one cared
the music, so I a'm
You know my Stock of Dry Goods
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 Soring Suitings and Wash
Fabrics, lieautlful IMaids for W aists
in Nilks. and French Ginghams. ape
Cloth in all shades. Point Lace is all
the rage and we have it. Notions.
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' Hats and Caps. We are show
ing a neat line of Ladies' 'I nmined
Hats. The Latest and very cheap.
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Shoes.
is always Complete
no one can beat.
st placi
of W
an assortment or v inaow snaaes, curiam
Poles, Fixtures, Etc. as can be found this side
of Port Huron. The price of Shades Hanging
from 20c to oOc. These are bargains von
cannot afford to miss. Please remember that
we take eggs in exchange for goods. Call and
look our stock over. We can suit you.
Deposit your money where it is safe.
5 per cent interest on Time Cer
tificates of Deposit.
All Business Strictly Confidential.
Personal Paragraphs About Yale
PeoDle and Their Friends.
Tillie Herron is in Detroit this week,
.lames Drown was at Vassar Thurs
day. Charley Teet was in Port Huron
E. F. Pratt did business in Detroit
this week.
Kate Kayes was in Port Duron on
J. M. Hourke, of Port Huron, was in
town this week.
Koswell Raymond and father ure
in Yalo this week.
James H. Moore spent Sunday with
his family in Yale.
Dr. P. U. Lathrop and family visited
at lierville Sunday.
C. K. nolden was in Port Huron on
business Wednesday.
E. S. lilack was at the Tunnel City
on business Saturday last.
E. E. Doan did business in Port Hu
ron Monday and Tuesday.
Keuben Reid was in Detroit last
week visiting his brother Will.
Ed Youngs, of Sanilac Centro, has
been in Yalo this week on business.
I.crt Gaylord has been in Rig Rap
ids the past week on a visit to friends.
Mrs. James Rrown wms in Decker
ville the past week starting a millinery
Mrs. J. Holmes and Etta Robinson
spent Thursday and Friday with Capac
Mrs. (instill and daughter Edith re
turned from Port Huron Wednesday
J. ('. Hart and son Harold are here
from Florida, having arrived in Yale
last Friday.
A. M. Francis is home from the De
troit College of Meaicino. lie will re
turn again in September.
Mrs. James McColl and little child
returned from a visit to Raden. Ont.,
accompanied by her brother John.
Austin Lutz took his departure tor
Cleveland on Monday where he has a
lucrative position. Success to you
Mrs. W. H. Ronfoy, Mrs. Seigel, Lou
Riley and Mrs. Wni. Riley, of Rrown
City, called on tnenus in laleWcu
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Black, Mr. and
Mrs. McKernan and Julia Ruck, of
Deanville, visited with the families of
John and Ed Rlack on Sunday.
Mrs. .1. II. Purvis and J. W. Mosher,
who have been visiting their sister Mrs.
James Mcharg, returned to their home
at Charlevoix on Thursday of last
Lew Zavitz is again at work in
Holden Bros', meat market. Ixj w is a
first-class workman and his many
friends in Yale are pleased to see lus
smiling countenance again at the
Editor Hubbell, of the Imlay City
Record, made the Expositor o thee a
friendly call Monday morning on his
return from a visit to friends in Lex
ington. We trust we may be at home
next time you call, brother.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
For Kale by Grant Holden & Bra
In Poor Health.
Richmond, Ind., April 10, 189.).
To Tub Yai.k Kxi-ositok:
Mrs. J. D. (irinncll, formerly of Y'alo
but later of Port Huron, and who has
been at Richmond, Ind., for the past
year, has been quite sick. She had an
attack of la grippo in February but
was getting along nicely up to the
time of her sister's sudden death which
was such a shock to her nervous sj's
tem that she has Ikicii very ill since.
Her friends here hope for her speedy
recovery. She has never gotten over the
death of her son whom all will so well
rememlier She, is under the care of
Dr. Taylor, one 'of Richmond's best
physicians. Respectfully,
Mits. Mak Fiiyar.
A Valuable Find.
A iter years of study and labor, we
have at last discovered a sure and
never failing remedy. We have tested
it on patients, who have despaired of
ever being cured, the results have been
in every case, wonderful. Grott's
Rheumatic Cure is unequaled as n
Positive, remedv in nil r.so rf (Mirmiio
land Acute Inflammatory Rheumatism,
iiout, liUinnago, .ciMtaca, .Neuralgia;
especially Ovarian Neuralgia, Dys
mvnorrhoea and all kindred affections.
It is also a valuable Blood Purifier,
being especially useful in Eczema,
Psoriasis, Scrofula, all Glandular En
largements and diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys. It Is absolutely free
from all narcotics. Severe attacks are
relieved in from one to three days and
a positive cure effected In from five to
eighteen days. For sale by Grant
Holden, Yale, Mich. ."0-2G
Many Minor Michigan Matters Mi
nutely Mentioned.
Measles are prevalent in Croswell.
Port Huron barbers have organized a
Armada will bo a temperance town
after May 1.
Port Huron's Wonderland has closed
for the summer.
Fred Locke's opening performance
will occur at Capac May 11.
T. C. Brooks, of Jackson, gets the
contract for the Richmond waterworks.
A recent act of the legislature makes
the liquor license a uniform price of
William Johnston, a nrominent Port
Huron citizen since 18, died last
week Friday.
One young lady bicycle rider, of
Port Huron, wears a bloomer suit.
She creates a sensation.
L. E. Fitts, who owns largo tracts of
land on the Lynn marsh, died at his
home in Chicago, April 12th.
Suit has been commenced in the
Circuit Court against the township of
Riley by Mrs. Elizabeth White, for
$'XX) damages.
George-R. Wendling and Robert G.
Ingersoll, the noted lecturers, ap
peared in Port Huron last week to
large audiences.
It will take three months to plaster
the new Harrington hotel in Port Hu
ron and the bmldinir will not be ready
for business until fall.
Charlie Richardson, of Romeo, nine
years old, put his hand in a stave ma
chine and nad two ringers completely
severed at the first joint.
Lewis Potter, proprietor of the
Abram House, at Lapeer, has become
violently insane and was taken to
Pontiac asylum last week.
Mayville village has been run two
years without any ordinances, the old
ones being lost, but the new council
have begun their duty by making new
Ferdinand Huffman, a Port Huron
saloonkeeper, is in jail because he
refuses to pay his wife $ a week
alimony. He says his business can't
support his wife.
Hamilton Valentine, a Port Huron
sub-marine Oliver, lias :i inree years
contract blasting rocks at Sault Me
Marie. He and two helpers receive S2o
a day during the life of the contract.
Frank Kedith, a farmer of Clay
township, got very drunk atAlgonac
last week Friday and soon after he
started for home, fell out of his buggy
and was instantly killed by breaking
his neck.
Joseph Pecore, of St. Clair, attempt
ed to cross the river in u skill" lat week
when the ice was running heavily.
Half way across the bkitf struck and
was carried down by the strong cur
rent. He was finally rescued by per
sons who saw his perilous position.
Foit Rkxt Six rooms in the Mc
Arthur Block, Yale, to rent on easy
terms. Call on David McArthur. 47-4
Lost Somewhere between Yalo and
Moore's Corners, one day last week, a
gray shawl. Finder will please leave
same at this ollice and get reward. 50-J
Hoi sk axu Lot. 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 Jilack. 6Jms
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. "2-4
Land For Sale.
Forty acres or thereabouts, formerly
owned by George Colden, but now
owned by mortgagee John Richards.
Apply to Whipple's law oflice, Port
Huron, Mich. ,'1-13
To whom it may concern:
The public aro hereby notified that
my wite, Almyra juuiock, ot tuetown
ship of Lynn, St. Clair County, Mich
ican, has left my home, bed, and
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 mat sue may con
tract, eitheir in her own name or on
my account. -sK!
Dated this 17th day of April, H)o.
Asa Bvi.lock.
Property In Yale For Sale.
1 will sell the following property at
reasonable figures, for cash, or for
a fair payment down and time
Mi 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 o of Morrill's sub-division, former
ly belonging to E. E. Bowman; lots 1,
2, 3, 4, lo, 10, 17 and 18 of Reed & Mc
Nutt'a second addition, formerly be
longing to A. II. Braidwood.
Cuas. K. DolMJK.
31- Port Huron, Mich.
All free.
Those who have used Dr. King'a
New Discovery know its value, and
those who have not, have now tho op
portunity to try it Tree. Call on the
advertised Druggist and get a Trial
Bottle, Free. . bend your name and
address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chi
cago, and got a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Tills, Tree, as well as
a copy of Guide to Health and House
hold Instructor, Tree, AU of which
is guaranteed to do you good and cost
you nothing. Grant Holden & Bro't.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Fair Hlxfcett Awartf.
Call and see our Saturday's Spe
cialty and please don't for
get that our store is
a collection of
A complete line and more
sugar for your money than
you ever thought of. Our
stock is one collection of
No Let Up
No Shut Up
No Bust Up
But a close application to business, small profits, quick sales, for
CASH, are the gTeat redeeming principles of a successful and
pleasant business. Kverybody is studying the great principles of
economy. Now don't forget that FEIMJL'SON & 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,
We also wish to call your attention
to our Crockery Department which is
aJways full of common and fancy warp.
A large stock of Straw Hats just .
R M. I
i Our Motto: g
3 (and we follow It to tho letter) 3
To tell about things
they are.
To do things as you ex
pect I hem to be done.
Try us with your patronage.
If you want to buy a Spring Dress,
Hat, Cap, Shoe, or any other article
carried in a first class stock of General
Merchandise. "We are Mn itV Call
and look over our stock and be con
vinced. Do not forget about oar stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries which nre
always Fresh and of tirst class quality.

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