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fx and Patrons !
All ye that are heavy laden corae and
look over our line of wagons and bug
tries. The stock is full and complete in
TAKE YOUR CHOICE
We also handle the McCormick Mowers and Binders and
the repairs for same. Ilelow we give some of our special
ties and invite your attention to them.
Call and look us
BRICK CARRIAGE SHOP.
City Marble and Granite Works!
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Granite and Marble Monuments, Tablets,
Headstones, Mantles. Urates, Tiles, and Cut Building Stone.
Duying direct from Quarries, in large lots, we are in a position to give our
customers the lowest possible prices consistent with first-class workmanship and
the best material. Before placing your orders with other dealers it will pay you
to inspect our work and prices.
Please remember, our new salesrooms and factory are now located on Butler
street west, opposite the Baptist church,
X. B. J. B. PAISLEY, Yale,
orders placed with him will have our prompt attention.
Without Pain, Operation, or Detention from
Bnsiness. Consulting Physicians for
v-v The O. E. Miller Uunture Treatment Co., Detroit, will be at the
Rapley House, Yale,
From Monday, June 3rd, until
Thursday Evening, June 6th.
Age, sex, occupation, kind of rupture or length of timo ruptured no
hindrance to cure. If you wish to rid yourself of rupture, investigate our
method. Physicians invited to call and bring difficult cases for free trial.
- Consultation and Examination Free,
Eyery person afforded an opportunity to test tho treatment,
guaranteed or no pay required. CALL EAltLY.
Illustrated pamphlet with references
write. Ollice open day and evening.
liefer to J. II. Moore, Yale; Druce McCiill, lumberman, and C. C. IlubbtU
merchant, Marlette; Kev. II, Seaman, Clifford; and (Jeo. Messer, Imlay City.
Financial references Preston National Hank, Detroit, Mich. Any bank
will obtain report for you.
The Doctors visit Marlette New Exchange
Hotel June 7 to 11 inclusive.
All Repairing Strictly Cash.
Yale, Micli. s
Mich., is our authorized agent. All
full information free. Call or
ELLIOTT, St. Clair Co., MICH.
Notary Public & Conveyancer.
Monev to loan on farm uronertv. Raton of
Interest. 7 and 8 per cent, according to blze of
Parties bringing abstracts will receive Im
Tho LOTM dances proved an im
Emmet now supports four doctors
and rumors of more.
J. J. McOrath is raisin? his saloon
and otherwise improving it.
The recent frosts have done much
damajjo to email fruit and tender
James Kennedy has almost complet
ed his wood shop and a new front to
hi? blacksmith shop.
C. llanch has bought a tine roadster
from F. Urinknian.
There is a large amount of hay be-
inc: shipped at Avoca.
E. S. Podere sold a tino horse to
Aaron Hill last week.
The Prefcbytcriau Society here pur
chased an organ for tho church.
Ella Turner visited her parents at
West IJranch Sunday and Monday.
Another old resident is gone. Mrs.
F. Ortenburger died Sunday and was
buried Tuesday. Funeral was held in
the rrenbyterian church.
Tho M. P. Sabbath School will ob
serve Children's Day, June 9th, in the
evening by recitations, singing, ami a
speech from Kev. England.
The wool market is open in Avoca.
Hill, Dodge and D. Ouail aro buying.
Prices run from 13 to 17c. Farmers
take your wool to Avoca, the liveliest
town in the county.
Mrs. Arthur Hillings is very sick.
Our postmaster is learning to ride a
Where did you get that moustache.
Effio Vannest visited friends in town
John King and Arthur 1'camcr did
business in Vale Monday.
Arthur Ileamer is visiting his mother,
Mrs. rrancis Ucamer, this week.
Mr. Anderson has moved his family
into Mrs. Duncan McPliee's house.
Tho fellow driving the black horse
makes regular trips to Peck. He must
mean business, eh! Andy?
Quite an interesting timo was had at
the debate Monday evening. The
question for debate next Monday eve
ning will be: "which is the most prefer
able, country or city life ?" Everybody
is invited to take part.
Death entered our midst again last
Saturday taking away Mrs. Washington
Uctell. She leaves a husband and six
small children. The funeral was held
at the Haptist church Monday and the
remains were interred in Speaker cem
Brown City Letter.
I j. H. Howse was in Lansing a few
days last week.
Mrs. II. McXair was in Port Huron
Thursday on business.
J. Drennan, of Elliott, was a caller
in town on Friday last.
Mrs. It. (i. lirown has been very sick
but is better at present.
Carrie Drennan spent Saturday and
fcunday at her home in Elliott.
(iirls, be careful of tho printer's ink
when you visit the lianner Oihce.
Ida Wood, who is teaching school in
Oermania, Sundayed at her home here,
Mrs. Joseph Scott is on the sick lift
She is under the skillful care of Dr
J. W. Weed.
The Lady Maccabees are thinking of
initiating a gentleman who lrequently
visns tueir uive.
Mrs. CJeorgo Smith, of Vassar, viit
ed her parents Mr. and Mrs. II. G
Prown, and other friends last week.
Children's day, June Oth, will be
appropriately observed by tho M. E
Sunday School at the usual hour 11:15
Wo were misinformed in regard to
the timo of dedicating tho Mcnnonite
church. Tho correct date will bo
Mrs. II. Windsor and children left
Monday morning for Exeter, Ont
where sho will make an extended visit
among relatives and friends.
Mrs. Cummings, of Detroit, is visiting
friends in town, before lcaying for
Duluth, Minn., where sho will make
her future home. Tho best wishes of
her many friends go with her to her
Adam Petit was in Yale last Tuesday
Chas. fireybiel spent last Monday in
Mrs. T. II. Moore returned from Sag
inaw last Monday.
Mr. A. (lordon spent last Sunday
with mends in Worth.
George Weston, of Yale, talked with
friends here last Tuesday evening.
Pertha Dcecher, of Yale, spent a few
days recently with ona iiradeliaw
C. Cooper and James Moore, of Yale
did business in lloseburg ona day last
Win. Yuill, of Yale, niado a short
call hero Monday while enrouto to
John Mathews returned lastTuesday
from Pay City whero he had spent a
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pradshaw visited
one day last week with Thos. Noble
and family, of Worth.
Mrs. Stewart, who was quite ill
getting much better under the skillful
treatment of Dr. Yuill, of Yale.
Mrs. William Lincoln mot with quite
a serious accident last Sunday by being
thrown from a cart on which she was
riding. Sho remained unconscious for
several hours as tlio result of the in
juries jeceived. Dr. Clyne, of Yale, i
in attendance and under his efficient
care it is to bo hoped she will fully
George Greenwood, whilo attempt
ing to raise a building on hit premises
last Friday, met with what might have
E Hfsj V
been a serious accident. Some of the
props gave way while he was at work
and the building came down pinioning
him so that tor some timo he was quite
helpless. As ho was alone ho had
some difficulty in extricating himself
from his painful position. For Bevcral
days George walked with a decided
limp but we are glad t.) way ho now
again assumes his usual upright and
gracetul attitude when promenading
lndiyidal seli-rehanct! is very well
to a limited extent but there are some
nstances when "it is not good for man
to be alone."
NEWS IN CENERAL.
Many Minor Michigan Matters Mi
A new paper is soon to be started at
Capachasa new barbershop and
Farmers around Palms are agitating
the building ot a uax mill.
Tho I'bly Courier is ono year old
and a hearty looking infant.
The corner stone of tho new M. K.
church at Lancer is to be laid Thurs
day, May oOtli.
Work has been begun surveying and
staking out the lino of tho new Lex
Tho beaches along Lake Huron are
strewn with nets which were destroyed
by the recent storms.
It is said that tho early crop of straw
berries has been destroyed by frost but
the later crop will be all right.
Stag Island, six miles below Portllu
ron, win be a popular summer resort
this season. A large hotel is to bo built
at once and several more cottages.
Numbers of sheep have been killed
around Uroswell recently and tho tax
payers have to foot the bills, tho dogs
that did the work not being known.
Edward Harder, of Port Huron, died
suddenly Monday in the omce of Dr
A. II. Cote, who had administered
chloroform whilo performing an opcr
Howard & Co's lumber yard in Port
Huron caught tire last Friday evening
and it required six hours of stubborn
lighting to subdue the tlames. The loss
amounts to $",000.
William Granger, the Port Huron
tailor, who has been confined in the
Pontiac asylum twice, is again insane
and will bo carried there again. His
wife is also insane.
George Jurn, lateof Imlay City, while
working in the hoop null at Coleman
fell into the hole under a fly wheel and
was badly cut and burned before tho
machinery could be stopped. He died
the next morning and the remains were
brought to Imlay City.
Timber for Sale.
I havo for sale a quantity of timber
cither cut into stove wood or uncut to
suit purchaser. Also some good hew
iner timber. For further particulars
call on or address George W. Klston
Speaker, Mich. .'52-4
Please Take Notice.
Tho firm of S. O. Welch & Son have
dissolved partnership and their books
must bo straightened up by tho firct
ot March. All owinir tins urm will
please come and settle their account
by money or notes at their earlies
convenience and save expense by so
doing. Please attend to the matter at
once. Yours Truly,
40- S. U. Welch A Son.
Tho Discovery Saved His Life.
Mr. G. Caillouctte, Druggist, Ueavers
ville. 111., Kays: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
down with La Grippo and tried all th
physicians for miles about but of no
avail and was given up and told
could not liye. Having I)r. King'
New Discovery in my store I sent for a
bottle and began its use and from th
first dose began to get better, and
after ueing three bottles was up and
about again. It is worth its weight in
gold. e don't keep store or hous
without it." tiet a ireo trial bottle a
Grant Holden's Drug Store, Yale.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
I from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
SKRVICKS alternately at 10.30 o'clock a. in.
ami 7.30 p. in.. Kev. Wlndrem, oanlor. Sun
day School at 2 p. in. A. Cioheeu. Sunt.
OKRVICKS at 10.30 a. m. unit 7.00 p.m. Kev.
il .1 ii ii'iri'luun iiKtnr isiiliiii'u mi Wood
street In K, K. 1-tw's house, Sabbath school ut
ii in i;, u. lioiden, mipi.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
AT A. C. CllAPKL. Serviced at 11 a. in.
Trayer meetings every Thursday evening
at 7 o'clock.
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST.
CMIAl'KI. on Mechanic street. It. 11. Biawri,
J Minister, Preaching every Sunday at 11 a.
in. and 7 :30 p. in. Sunday School at 10 a. in.
unior hudeavor at 3 p. in. I urlstlan t.noeavor
ut 4 I, in. Prayer Mectlnu at 7:30 every lluirs-
DR. BENJ. CLYNE.
T)HYSICIAN, SURtlKON & ACCOUCHEUR.
X omce on Mai n street, tlrst door south of Tost
office, Vale. Omce hours from 12 to a :30. lues
days and Saturdays all day.
DR. WILL H. COWAN.
TJHYSICIAN AM) SU1MJKON. Omce on
x. Main street, up-stalrs over 1 erguson it (on
Hardware. Hesideiiee on Main street, south of
the Kaiiley house. Otllce hours 10 to 3 and Uto
30 nan v, MiiMiays excepted.
Specialties. Treatment of the
NOSE, TH ROAT and EAR.
MI). C. M. Trinity University, M. I). C. M.
. T',.ui.m T..r.t,. lit nilWxi
and resilience Main street'opposlte DutUe Block,
Otllce hours 1 to 4 p. in. daily.
DR. W. R. YUILL.
TllIYSK'IAN AND SUUCEON. Oftlce and
1 residence tmstairs in the I)elle llloek oil
Main street. Otllce hours Wednesdays and Sat
urdays from 9 a.m.to4r. m.
W. N. ARMSTRONG. V. S. & V. D.
ITKTKKIXAKY SUKCEON AM) DKNTIST,
V Honorary Crailuate, Medalist, and rnze
11:111 of the Ontario Veterinary College of loron
to Canada. Diseases of all domesticated ani
mals treated 011 the latest scientific inncliles
alls bv day or nltilit inomittly attended. 1 mice
open dav and niht. Othcc 1st door north of
ill Lennon s Druji store.
ATTORNEY and Counselor-at-Law. Itoonis
In the llanley block. Probate business
and collections promptly attended to.
MERRIAM & FARR,
ATTORNEYS and Counsellors-at lJiw. So
licitors in Chancery, otllce: upstairs In
I nion niock, tale, .Mien.
GEO. H. BROWN. D.D.S.
TAENTAL ROOMS. Opposite Tost Office, Port
I I II....... I uutniiii ..infniuirntinii IiihIikI.
lugbrid4 work or artitic.ai teetti without plates
GEO. W. BELL.
VrtTIONKER, Yale. Real estate, personal
iirnDertv or anv kind of sides nrouiDtlv at
tended to. Orders left at the Kxi-nsi nm ornce
will receive prompt attention. Correspondence
W. W. LORD.
UCTIOSKKR. Peck, Midi., is prepared to
j. i urn1 1 an kiikis 01 saies 011 miui , ikhiit nnu
at reasonable rates. uorresjioiHieiico solicited
iinlu ...nl ulllmr hv null or tolftilwiita tn Dr
loai ai ITCH will imj iruiiimjr ii.riiuru w.
A GENERAL INVITATION Is extended to
all to call and see mo when in town. Hood
accommodations tor commercial travelers and
farmers. A choice selection of wines, liquors
ana cigars hi ways on nana. 1 nomas itapicy
rnoxsORIAL ARTIST. Yale. If you want a
L first class haircut, shave, shampoo or sea
foam, don't fail to K'vo him a call. Charges
F. 8l A. M.
DROCKWAY LODGE, No. 316
Regular communications forls'is will
be held on the following Thursday eve-
nuiL'son or before the full of the moon
of each month at M o'clock in Masonic hall. Main
street, i ale. January 10: l ebruary 7: March 7
,)i iU: .May i!; .nine fl ami .iinyi: aiikusi 1
and iki: October : and 31 : November '.'S: lc-cni.
la-r Jijanil -.'7. Visiting brethren will receive a
Henry Penrco. v . M.
JolniV.ark, Secretary. R. 11. Menerey, Treas,
K. O. T. M.
1TAI.K TKNT. tin. 8f!
X Recular review every
1st and :rd Tuesday even
ing's at7.30 o'clock sliarp.in
flwlr li-ill l.iitT l,l,wL
VisitlhK Knights will be
royally received. Members
reouesUMl to attend reuu
l.lllj. IIIIIII'I' ' .11111,
Record Keeper. William
PEERLESS HIVE, 123 L. O.T. M.,
K5Mv Meets the first and third Friday
afc-, 'V eveninir of each month In M;icca-
&K - .ttbee Hall, at 8:00 o cloi-k.
Tlzi " Janet Alward, R. K.
7kSiiKZ Minnie Holden. Com.
I. O. O. F.
D Vance lodoe, no. no.
'"'jiiVj Meets every Friday evening at
f2ys-' their hall In Chamberlain block,
' Yale. Members of the order are
cordially Invited to attend. James Hisey, N.u
$1.00 13 Weeks $1.00
The Hew York Illustrated News
Is a Sixteen Pace Newsnaier,lssued every Thurs
day. w hich will be mailed, securely wrapped. U
any address in the I'nited States, for thirteen
weeks, on receiptor unk hoi.i.ak.
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nection whatever with any other publication
Newsdealers and subscribers are rautlour
A Liberal Discount allowed to Post Masters
Apents, and ( lulis. sample copies mailed free
All communications must he Mthiresseu
ARTHUR T. IX'.MI.KY,
3 Park Place New York
$17 TO $21
Get your auction bills printed nt th
Subscribe for Tiif. Yai.k Kxro-itoii
only ?1.0t) per year in advance.
Undertaker and Funeral Director.
A full assortment of Coffins. Caskets,
Burial Robes. etc. Twoeleuant
hearses Ireo ut charge.
Ex"bal5.Inrjr a. Specialsr
r...lr.rr T'tinnl Mini ':lnl I'lil1LT:inllS "
mitediu the latest and most artistic manner.
Tin types taken.
You always want a piece
of Meat that is
TENDER AND SWEET.
Lnnr pxnprienco has made US ex-
nert iudces of Meat, and we will cive
you points on how to pick out a good
Meet 11s at our block when
in need of Meat.
Holden Bros.. Props.
Havinc recently purchased the Val
ley Centre Flour Mills and put them
in first class repair, we are now ready
to do business and guarantee results
to the farmers. Also we warrant our
Flour to be second to none in the mar
ket. We will have every appliance to
accommodate our customers and cor
dially invite all to give us a trial.
Leach & Pierce,
VALLEY CENTRE, MICH.
COLLEGE, Port Huron, Mich.
The best equipped RusincMsColletfO In the West.
For circulars Kivlnjr particulars, address
J. K. C.OODIER. President.
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