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X?S J A: J . Jv M t 3 ( 3 1 f I viz qp- JAS.A.MENZIES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY Vol. XIY, No. 3. . YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1895. Price: $1.00per Year. 1 " T i KSSSSSS3S9SSSSSSSSSS I Tried Hard To sell to face elected Dry Goods Clothing Groceries This Line is At Prices no We are here to protect you, as we are on the lookout for low prices. Call S "CTo. The Milwaukee A dollar saved is as good a two earned. Not only horse flesh also. finest Binder and Mower ever put up for sale in Sanilac Co., consisting of the Mil waukee Steel Junior No. 10 Binder and The Milwaukee Chain Power Mower. dome in and see and you certainly will be convinced. I also handle Wagons. Hay Hakes, Uean Pullers. Cultivators, Hinder Twine, Etc., Etc. D. WEAVER, Yale, Mich., May 25, 1805. Gentlemen: Your Milwaukee binder, I bought in 1893, is one of the easiest handled and lightest draft machines I ever saw or used. 1 cut 00 acres last year with one small team. 1 would have no other kind. It cut a field of grain that a Deering Machine left. Yours Truly, J. A. VINCENT. THE CHANCE OP A LIFETIME. ' SPECIAL SALE OP GASOLINE AND COOK STOVES ! ! A number 9 KANGE, with Reservoir, High Shelf and Fancy Base. "Vickie Trimming, worth $25, our Special Sale Price only S21. This is only one of many bargains that await yon at our store. We are making a cut all along the line. Everything goes. Come in and be convinced. Screen Doors, Sash and Doors, Taints, Hoes, "Forks, Building Paper, Malls, and ft thousand other things in the list. NOW IS YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. SEIZE IT. F. H. GIBBS & CO, YALE, THE MAKERS OF LOW PRICES. out but no one cared the music, so I am TO STAY. You know my Stock of Dry (Joods was nearly closed out. and now the shelves are jammed full of New (ioods bought at the very lowest market price. "We have some of the latest novelties in Spring .Suitings and Wasli Fabrics. lleautiful Plaids for Waists in .Silks, and French (iiughams. Cape 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. (Jents Hats and Caps. We are show ing a neat line of Ladies' Trimmed Hats. The Latest and very cheap. Ladies' and Gents' Fine Shoes. always Complete one can beat. Leads! saves your grain but Come and inspect the Melvin Mich. Gentlemen: 1 purchased a Milwaukee binder and mower last season and am well pleased with them. They are the lightest on horses, easiest to handle and do the best work of any machines I ever owned. Whoever savs that I am sorrv for purchasing the Milwaukees tells an absolute falsehood. Jekuy Johnson. llrockway, Mich. C. HOLDEN YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, - $250,000. Deposit your money where it is safe. 0 per cent interest on lime Cer tificates of Deposit. All Business 4- Strictly Confidential. A SAD ACCIDENT. The sad news reached Yale on Satur day morning that by a terrible accident Joseph Hell had lost his life at Jackson Lake, and tne body reaencu nero l ues- ilav morning. The particulars, as wo learn them. areas follows: Mr. I'.ell had been at work for five or six weeks driving a skidding team when he was changed on Wednesday of last week to loading cars. On Saturday morning at 7:30 he was at the top of the car load when he noticed a log begin to slip, it is suppos ed, and neeing danger ho stepped back, lost his footing and fell, stnkiugon the back of his head on the ground. The log, coming down, fell upon him crushing his head in a most horrible manner. Whether he was killed in stantly by his fall or the heavy log, will never be known. The accident was a most shocking one to his many friends both where he was working and at his home here. Everybody liked and res pected Joe. No one could have been more ueioveu ior nis sterling qualities. 1 ho body was taken to Miannon s undertaking rooms in Alpena where it was viewed by at least 1 ,200 people, all his friends, and about 1500 people ac companied the remains to the depot. This showed the esteem in which he was held. The funeral took place from his father's residence west of this vil lage to the Iiidlcman school house where Kev. Kirkland spoke the words of comfort and promise to as largo a concourse of people as ever met at a funeral in this section. Joseph Hell was the son of Thomas Hell. His mother died twenty-two years ago. lie was 30 years or age ana was born in Canada. J wo sisters, Mrs. Henry Pcarce and Mrs. (Jeorge Middle- ton, and three brothers, Thomas, Wil liam and Kobert, are left to mourn a loving brother. CAUl) OK THANKS. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hell desire to express their sincerest thanks and grat itude to their neighbors and mends who aided in their sad hour of sorrow, also to the KOTM, and for the beauti ful lloral oiiermgs from the LOTM and other ladies. Bottos-Marakle. A very pleasant atl'air took place at the home of Mrs. S. li. Ucttes, Wed nesday evening of this week, sinco which "two minds have but a single thought, two hearts now beat as one." the contracting parties being Mernie Marakle and Miss Helen Hettes, two of our prominent young people. The ceremony took place in the presenco or a number o their tnends, Kev. liar rison ticing the nuptial knot with the usual grace and alacrity demonstrated by ministers on such occasions. Will iam Hettes, of I'ort Huron, and Miss Mary Hettes, of this place, brother and sister of the bride, acted as bridesman and bridesmaid for the occasion. The bride was the recipient of many useful presents from her friends. The guests, after listening to some very pleasing selections of instrumental music by McCIellan Rros., eat down to a table well tilled with the delicacies of the season, and after partaking of a sumptuous repast, all proceeded to tne evening train, wnerc, amia snow ers of rice, the newly wedded couple left for a short wedding tour to Port Huron, Detroit and other points. May their lives be a .Miracle of peace, nap piness and prosperity. Our Dead Heroes. The veterans of the O. A. II., of Yale and surrounding community will observe Decoration day this year. On Sunday memorial services will bo held in the M. E. church at a. m. Kev. Harrison delivering the sermon. All are invited to attend. On Inurs day the (. A. II., citizens and scholars of the several pcnoois win unite in honoring the dead by the decoration of craves. At 10 a. m. W. II. Dum pily Post will meet at O. A. It. head quarters and at 10:.0 all will form in line and march to the cemetery where the lloral tributes will be placed on the graves of our dead heroes. ITpon returning, a basket dinner will be served on the second lloor of the Duflie building at 12 o'clock. An in vitation is extended to the speakers of A. II. At 2 o'clock exercises, consist ing of speeches, music, etc., will bo held in Central hall. Final Examination of Seventh and Ligmn crado pupils. The final examination of the seventh and eighth grade pupils will bo held in the Second Ward school, Port Huron, .May liist and June 1st. Work will be gin at Htfo Friday morning. Paper and ink will be furnished the pupils at this examination; the pupils are to furnish pens and penholders. Those who pass tho seventh grade examination will receive cards of pro motion to the eighth, and those who puss the eighth grade examination will receive-diplomas of graduation, which will entitle them to admission, without examination, to any high school in tho county. We aincerely hope that all pupils of mese graues win oe encouraged oy ooin teachers ana parents to attend. K. It. Fairman, County Commissioner of Schools. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair HfekMt Award. Please Accept Our Thanks. The Yalo Expositor entered upon its 14th year last week as bright, newsy and prosperous a newspaper as is in the Thumb. Here brother Menzies is our hand for the success of the Ex positor for the next Hi years to come." Jirown Lity isanner. 'The Yale Expositor has just started on its Mth year. Hrothvr Menzies has always given the people of Yale a good paper and the advertising columns of the Expositor indicate that the people appreciate his elVorts. Long may he expostulate.' Mayyille Monitor-Miy-ings. Waxtkd A farm team for which will be traded a ."i-year-old standard bred mare l' hands high, weight 1100. inquire at this oihee. Fakmkks Andrew Staley, of section 32, Fremont township, has a thorough bred Short Horn Durham Hull tor ser vice. Insurance fee $1.00. 45-4 Fa km ehs Read. A Thorough-bred Tarn worth boar for service Ij miles south of Yale. Terms of service, $1.00. Spot cash. 31- W'm. Welch. HorsE axi Lot. For Sale in Yale a two-story brick cottage with cellar, on Mary street, with one or more lots, ror further particulars und terms, enquire of John Hlack. o3m3 Fon Sale The store building oc cupied by M. Fitzgerald A Co., Yale, will bo sold on easy terms or will trade for real estate. For further particulars call on Fitzgerald & Co. 4G-4 Lost On Fridav nirrht. Mnv tilth, nt the Xeweted farm, Oreenwood town ship, or between that place una tho Kenockee town hall, a small plain gold watch, marked on inside of casing 'Jennie. Dec. 2.th, WA". with short chain. Finder will bo rewarded by leaving tame at Kenockee post ollice. (jure ror Meaaacne. As a remedy for all forms of Head ache Electric Hitters has proved to be the very best. It effects a permanent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its intluence. "We urge all who are aillicted to procure a bottle, and give this remedy a trial. In cases of habitual constipation Elec tric "Jitters cures by giving the needed tonic to the bovel3, and few cases long resist tho use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only fifty cents at Grant ilolden & Dro's. drugstore. To Teachers and Others. For the meeting of the National Educational Association at Denver, Colo., in July next, the Western trunk lines have named a rate of one stand ard fare, plus two dollars for the round trip. Variable routes will bo permitted. Special side trips at re duced rates will bo arranged for from Denver to all the principal points of interest throughout Colorado, and those desiring to extend tho trip to California, Oregon and Washington, will be accommodated at satisfactory rates. Teachers and others that desire or intend attending this meeting or of making a western trip this summer. will lind this their opportunity. The Chicago, Milwaukee tS: St. Paul Kail way (tirst-class in every respect) will run through cars Chicago to Denyer. For further particulars, write to or call on Hakry Meiu-ek, Michigan Pass'r Agent, 1101 Fourth Avenue, Detroit, Mich. .2-4 OTATKOKMICIIIHAN. O Circuit Court for the County oi nt. uair, in i uancery. UEOnRI II. CKACKEL. 1 Complainant. I At ft session of Raid Court held at vs. V the Court J louse In the city of Tort ADA OKCUTT CKACKEL, Huron on Monday Defendant, j May 20th A 1) 1895. rresent. Hon. Samuel W. Vance. Circuit .Judee. In thii rase it appearing that defendant. Ada O. Crackel Is not a resident of this state, and it eannoi ue asceruimea in what Mate or country (Weiidant resides, on motion of Atkinson & Wolcott, complainant's solicitors. It is ordered mat defendant enter iter appearance in said cause on or before five months from date of this order, nnd within twenty days the coinplaiuant cause this order to be published In ThrYai.r J-.xroftiTOR, said publication to be continued oneo in each wce.K lor six weens in succession mi mit vi . w vivrr 3-7 ' Circuit judce. VOTICE OF SALE OF HEAL ESTATE. IN State of Michigan. Countv of St. Clair s In the matter of the Estate ot Elizabeth liedcl, Notice Is hereby clven, that In pursuance of no tinier iirniui'ii to iih- iiiiuersint'ii, imam V Ci liim.ll DtBinitnr nf tho (.tuta nf m!il il. ceased, by the lion. William II. Iliirgess, .ludiro of Probate of the county of Sanilac, on the 1 1 tit day of March A. I). is;t.", there will he sold at niiKII.. vi.iiilim In Ilia lilirliovf l.l,T,l..r nt Ilia premises In Yale. In the countv of St. Clair, in said State, on Saturday, the '.'.".th day of May, A. I). lir, at ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day luiirri in mi t-nt;imiiM aurv uv nun luiim- ur otherwise existing nt tho time of the death of said deceased or at the time of such sale the iiiiiuw ii ut'M;! mrii mil rrticiit", i- three :t In block four 141 Keed & McXutt's addi tion to mo maLre oi nrocKway lenire tnow Yale with the liulldinirs and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate in tne Village of Vale, County of St. Clair, and State of Michigan. II.L.1AI . ilil..NI'.l.l WILLlAMCOWINd. Executor of Estate Atfy of the Estate. 49-7 The a'.iove sale Is hereby postponed until tho 8th day of June l'..-. W. W. OttlXXELL. Executor of Estate PANTS Made to order for $3.25. SUITS Made to order for $13.00. We make clothes from these prices up, and the higher the price the better the goods; but the cheaper ones we guarantee to make tit and keep In re pair for a reasonable length of time just the same as our more expensive ones. Dress Suits a Specialty. S. Windsor, TAILOR, YALE, MICH. "Ma V; i '$ $ $ $ & '$ & f, c $ & It is well known to the PEOPLE that our STORE is always a BARGAIN STORE and more so SATURDAYS and next SATURDAY we will give the biggest offers on all goods In our STORE ever before heard of. Conic and get our Prices and sec what you can buy 'Joods for. A. W. Ferguson HARDWARE, GASOLINE and OIL STOVES, PAINTS and OILS, SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS. And by all means call and buy a REFRIGERATOR, ICE CREAM FREEZER, LAWN MOWER, And keep cool, you will live longer and happier. Spend your declining years and CASH to the best advantage. .Ferguson will tell you how. Call at O-cr Store. FER6D "OPPORTUNITY Has hair in front, behind she is bald; if you seize her by the forelock you may hold hcrt let her pass and she is gone forever." Oar Present Offerings Every timo you fail to avail yourself of tho bargains we are offering in our different lines, you let an Opportunity to save money slip past and you aro therefore a loser. Long experience has made us acquainted with all the "ins and outs" of this business. Wo understand thor oughly all its details, and the needs of the public. Does It not look reasonable then that our storo should be crowded with bargains? ltememberour stock Is super ior to all, and equalled by none. Everything Xcw, Fresh and in Season. The world is full of To-Day's Regrets liecause of Yesterday's Opportunities. R. M. LOTHIAN. i Sir m fell is m I m I m m m N m 1 1 4- S5d A. THAL & Co., Always Keady, Ever Anxious, and at your service with a large and every day increasing stock of M k CO. are all Opportunities.