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(C If if 0 JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. XIV, No. 1. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. , i i n 8 i 8 9 t ! I I I RSSSSSSSSSSSSS I Tried Hard 1 To sell out but no one caved to face the music, so I am dected TO STAY. Dry Goods You know my Stock of Dry (loods was nearly closed out. and now the shelves are jammed full of Xew Goods bought at the very lowest market nnce. We have some of the latest novelties in Spring Suitings and Wash Fabrics, lieautiful Plaids for Waists in Silk3, and French Ginghams. Cape 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 showcase with the nobby styles in Neckwear. Gents' Hats and Caps. We are show-ln"- a neat line of Ladies' Trimmed Hats. The Latest and very cheap. Ladies' and Gents' Fine Shoes. 8 I 8 1 I 8 8 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. Caill olxvA Vs. J. c. HOLDER ssssssssssssssssssssssss Wall Paper- Now is the time when yon are thinking of re-papeiing your house. That being the case the question arises, Where will I buy my paper ? We have about 2,0h) rolls of paper at from " to 50c per roll. Jlorders to match. A large line of Ingrains We are going to close out our entire slock of Taper this season and if you want bargains call on us. We make no charge for trimming. I I I P. W. DOELLE. Window Shades We have just placed in our store as large an assortment of Window Shades. Curtain Poles, Fixtures, Ktc. as can be found this side of Port Huron. The price of Shades Hanging from 20c to 50c. These are bargains vou cannot afford to miss. Please remember that we take eggs in exchange for goods. Call and look our stock over. We can suit you. GAS OLINE KEEP COOL! JEWEL n)!il!ll. c STO VES. SHOO-FLY OIL STOVES. F. H. G-IBBS & CO., THE MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, - $250,000. Deposit your money where it is safe. 5 per cent interest on lime Ler titicates of Deposit. All Business Strictly Confidential. GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDle and Their Friends. Mary M. lirown was in Port Huron last Saturday. Mr. James Urown was in Decker- ville this week. W. II. llallentine did business in Port Huron Tuesday. F. K. Mather visited friends at Pay City oyer Sunday. P. J. McKnight, of Prown Citv, was in Yale this week. Thomas Wharton was in Melyin on business Monday. Henry Zuelch, of Fargo, was calling on friends in Yale Tuesday. Dr. J. A. Watson and wife, of Prown City, were in Yale Tuesday. Abner Clyne and wife, of Jeddo, vis ited friends in Yale this week. John Prink and wife, of Capac, call ed on friends in Yale Sunday. Conrad Feiger, of Klliott, spent Tuesday in Yale among friends. F. II. Ciibbs and D. P. McXair took in Sanilac Centre on Wednesday. Del Dawson, of Sanilac Centre, was in town the fore part of the week. W. L. KI lis. of Highgate, Ont., was calling on friends in Yale Tuesday. K. P. Peecher was at Port Huron on business Wednesday and Thursday. Sarah Langbridgc returned home from a visit to friends in Sarnia, Ont. Willam Kaston and Michael Lennon were in Port Huron on business Tuesday. John Mathews, of Poseburg, called on friends in Yale on his way to Pay City. J. A. Papley, of Prown City, spent Wednesday with friends and relatives in Yale. Fred Koepfgen, keener of the St. Clair County Poor Farm at doodells, was a lale visitor Inursday. Jim Prown, who has been at work in the Pecorder office at Dockervillo for Home time past, returned homo last Friday. W. H. Acker, banker of Richmond, was in Yale Tuesday looking after the buying of wool here this season. Mrs. S. Windrem will leave Monday morning for Paltimore, Maryland, as a delegate to the convention o'f Women's Poard of Foreign Missions in session in that city. Shu expects to be absent two weeks. Waxtki A farm team for which will bo traded a Si-year-old standard bred mare ! hands high, weight 1100. Enquire at this office. Fa minus Andrew Staley, of section 32, Fremont township, has a thorough bred Short Horn Durham Pull for ser vice. Insurance fee $1.00. 45-4 Faumkks Pkai. A Thorough-bred Tamworth boar for nervice 1J miles south of Yale. Terms of service, $1.00. Spot cash. 51- Wm. Wklcic. Wantki In exchange for a piano ororgnn a first-class road horse of good size and sound in every respect. Call on J. M. Palmer, music dealer, Yale, Mich. 47-3 HorsK axi 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 II lack. 33m3 All Coming Our Way. Never expected it. Can't hardly be lieve it. The reopening of this big millinery department isonoof the suc cesses of the day. Our trimmers work ing night and day to turn out the ord ers. Cioods arriving by every express. Our new head trimmer Mrs. C. C. Peed, of Chicago, taking the town by storm. Kverybody delighted with her work. Prices even less than small shops. Come and get yourself a stylish hat this season. One that no lady in your place will have like it. We are show ing our usual great values in ladies' and children's hosiery, gloves, corsets, un derwear, shirt waists, etc., hair orna ments, side combs, laces, white goods, etc. Meet your friends at this store. Meet us here. Pok e's. Dramatic Recital. Pelow we givo the program of the Dramatic Pecital of Miss M. Florence Scott's elocutionary class to bo held in Central Hall, this (Friday) evening: l'lano nct..Marclu Needier and I'olly Williams The Dead Doll Winnie Wind rem Violin Solo Lulu High Whistling in Heaven Lizzie Adams Vocal Solo Kai la ltnpley legend of the Organ Jttiildcr I'olly Wilcox Vocal Duet Fred and Addie l'almer "The Correction Uox" l'oliy Williams The Ieper Mrs. Driimtnond l'lano luet..Malelle Moore itml Jlcrtlia Hcecher The Maiden Martyr Mrs. Anna Windrem Al.lna Ann liertha needier Vocal Solo Heat rice Niiiingrr The First Settler's Story Mrs. Tena Jardine Selected M. Florence Scott Piano Solo Mary Hayes Selection Orchestra Statue l'ose. "Sacrifice of Iphlgnla" Statue l'ose Night and 1 lie Fates Selection Orchestra Statue l'ose Farewell to Home Statue l'ose In Sight of Home Selection Orchestra Sfmue l'ose At the Shrine of Venus statuo l'ose A Charm from the Skies Violin Solo Lulu High Get your auction bills printed at the Expositor office. Horse bills printed at Tim Expositou ob rooms, (liye us a call. Stuayki) or Stolen from tho premises of Thomas Kinney in Section 16, Lynn on or about Monday, May Gth, IS'J'j, one four year old mare colt dark brown, heavy mane and tail, small spot in forehead, black legs. Finder will bo rewarded hv rettirniiir to nwnpr or giving any information leading to her recovery. Thomas Kinney, Kl liott, Mich. 1-2 Buoklan's Arnica Salve. TriE Best Salvf. in the world for Cuts Uralses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Uheura 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 Sal by Grant Ilolden & lira Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. NOTICE. All persons having any accounts or claims againt the Village of Yale are requested to present them hereafter to the Clerk on or before tho Friday pre ceding the regular meeting of Council so that the finance committee may audit same. Iy order of President. Jamks McCoj.t.. Please Take Notice. The tirm of S. . Welcli & Son have dissolved partnership and their books must be straightened up by the first of March. All owing this lirni will please come and settle their accounts by money or notes at their earliest convenience and save expense by ho doing. lMease attend to the matter at once xours lruly, 4J- S. O. Welch & Son. Virginia Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now the best place 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 the York and the James rivers and about 40 miles from Newport News. Southampton. Old Point Comfort and Norfolk, one of the finest harbors on the Atlantic coast, write or call on .1. II. Francis, Uox 77, Yale, Mich. 47tf Feeblo Minded People. Superintendent of tho Poor Hod' gins, on Friday said to a Times rep resentative: "The home for the feeble minded at Lapeer is bound to grow into a large institution. Instead ot ac commodating a few hundreds it will eventually be enlarged to accommo date several thousands. In the poor houses alone in tins state there are 2,"00 feeble minded people. Port II u ron Daily Times. 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 in 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 becan 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. Price 50c. for large bottle. At urant Ilolden fc liro.'s drugstore To Teachers and Others. For the meeting of the National Educational Association at Denver, Colo., in July next, the Western trunk lines havo named a rate of one stand ard fare, plus two dollars for the round trip. Variable routes will be permitted. Special fide trips at re duced rates will be arranged for from Denver to all the principal points of interest throughout Colorado, and thoe desiring to extend the trip to California, Oregon and Washington, will bo accommodated at satisfactory rates. Teachers and others that desiro or intend attending this meeting or of making a western trip this summer, will hnd this their opportunity, lho Chicago, Milwaukee it St. Paul Kail way (first-class in every respect) will run through cars Chicago to Denver. For further particulars, write to or call on Hahrv MKitcF.it, Michigan 1'ass'r Agent, 1101 Fourth Avenue, Detroit, Mich. .,2-4 XTOTICK OF SAI.K OF KKAL EST AT K. IX State of Micliliran. Comity of St. ('lair V ss In the matter of the. Kstate of F.lizahetli Uedel, deceased. Notice is hereby given, that In pursuance of an order granted to the undersigned. William W. (irlnnell. executor of tho estate of said de ceased, by the lion. William II. Iturgcss, .ludjje of Probate of the county of Sanilac, on the lltli dav of March A. 1. is:"., there will be sold at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at the premises in i hic, in ine couurv oi m. lair, in said State, on Saturday, the '.'.Mb day ot Mh . A. 1). isi.', at ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day (subject to nit encumbrances by mortgage or otherwise existing at the time f the death of saltl ileceasca or at the time or much sale the following described real estate, to-wlt: lot Idi now three :t) in block four 41 Keed & McXutt's m Hon to the Village of llrockway Centre In Vale with the buildings and appurtenances thereunto bcloiiitinir, situate In the Village ot lale. County of sr. ciair, awl state or Michigan WILLIAM W. OKI NX KM,. WIM.IAMCOWIXO, Executor of Fstato, Atfy of the Estate. 4!K O Um.VANCENOl.l. An Ordinance Itelative to the Suppression of Saloons tor the sale oi spirituous and intoxlcat lug i.iuuors. The Villain of Vale Ordains: That it shall le and Is hereby made unlawful for any person or persons, company or coriHiration. to use or occupy any building or a part ot any huildtng, or any room, or other place w ithin the corporate limits of the Village of Vale as a saloon for the salo of spirituous and intoxi cating liquors. 'J. Any person who shall violate any of the foregoing provisions of this Ordinance shall, upon conviction thereof before any court of com ietent Jurisdiction, pay a fine of fifty dol lars (f.'ioi, and the costs of prosecution, and In default of the payment of such fine and costs ot firosecut Ion, shall bfl Imprisoned In the county nil for the ronntv of St. Clair, In which said village is located, tor tho term of ninety days, or. In the discretion of the court. In the Village ).ock-up In said village of Vale, for a term of ninety days, unless payment thereof he sooner nmde. This ordinance shall take effect In twenty days from the date of Its pnssage. Passed and adopted thbi '.Mtli day of April 130.1. C. K. HOLDEN, JAMES McTOIX, Village Clerk. Village President. Si 0 $ Si A Rule Is a poor one that won't work both ways. As we are now selling goods for Cash we will in turn pay Cash for Jfggs, so bring us your Eggs anyway and if we cannot suit you on goods ire give you in th e place a handier medium- of exchangeCash. OUR MONEY SAVING PRICES Still continue and ivill be continued uji til the end of the chapter. Remember our Saturday Bargain Sales. A. THAL. B ring us your Produce. No Let Up No Shut Up No Bust Up Hut a close application to business, small profits, quick sales, for CASH, are the preat redeeming principles of a successful and pleasant business. Kverybody is studying the great principles of economy. Xow don't forget that FKK(j ITSOM & 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 ns a friendly visit, FERGUSON 4 CO. General Hardware Merchants, sr-.x-x:. MICH. NOW IS YOUR TIME! If you want to buy a Spring Dress, Hat, Cap, Shoe, or any other article carried In a first class stock of (ieneral Merchandise. "We are in if." Call and look over our stock and be con vinced. Do not forget about onr stock of Staple and Fancy (Jroceries which are always Fresh and of first class quality. We also wish to call your attention to our ('rockery Department which is always full of common and fancy ware. A large stock of Straw Hats just arrived. R. M. LOTHIAN.