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mnr O JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Be,t Interest of the Community in which we liye. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. XIV, No. 4. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. ,. , ., , , . i i 8 n n 8 8 8 8 8 Tried Hard To sell out but w o"? cared to face the music, so I am TO STAY. elected Dry Goods YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE. RESPONSIBILITY, - $250,000. Deposit your money where it la sale. 5 per cent interest on Time Cer tificates of leposit. All Business Strictly Confidential. You know my Stock of Dry Hood was iearly closed out. and now the shelves are jammed full of New (ioods bought at the very lowest mark pnoe. YVe have some of the latest novelties in Spring Suitings and Wash Fabrics, lleautfcful l'laids for Waist in Silks, and French (iinghams. Care Cloth in all shades. Point Lace is all the rge and we have it. Notions. Clothing Young men, -do not buy until jou see our Stock. We have the goods and the price is right. See our show case with the nobby -styles in Neckwear, (tents Hats and 'Caps. We are show ing a neat hue of Ladies' Trimmed Hats. The Latest and very cheap. Ladies' and (ients' Fine Shoes. Groceries This Line is alflsjs Complete At Prices no one xan beat. We are lvere to protect you. as we are on the lookout for low prices. Call uadCc "U":, i J. C. HOLDEN. 69SSSSS9SSSSSSS3SS8SSSSSS3 The Milwaukee Leads ! A dollar saved is as good a two earned. Not only saves your grain but horse flesh also. Come and inspect the finest Binder and Mower eyer put up for sale in Sanilac Co,, consisting of the Mil waukee Steel Junior No. 10 Binder and The Milwaukee Chain Power Mower. io. in and see and you certainly will be convinced. I also handle Wagons. Hay Hakes, liean I'ulleTs. Cultivators, Hinder Twine, Etc., Etc. cute icz z:.zz, D. WEAVER, Melvin Mich. Yale, Miclu May 25, WX. (lentleiuen: Your Milwaukee biiader, I bought in 1S13 is one of the easiest handled and lightest draft machines 1 ever saw or used. 1 cut oij acres last year with one small team. I would have no othr kind. It cut a field of grain that a Deering Machine left. Yours Truly. J. A. VlMKNT. (ientleinen: I 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 eyer owned. Whoever saj that 1 am sorry for purchasing the Milwaukees tells an absolute falsehood. Jkuky Johnson. Hroekway, Mich. 99 "NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Our Special Sale was a corker. The stove went before sundown on the day the paper was published. THE PEOPLE have caught on to our LOW IMMCES that speak louder than col umns of TALK. NOW FOR A SCRAMBLE We will continue the CUT It ATE Sale and oiler a six-hole range of the popular UED CROSS make at a price that will coax the money out of your pocket and at the same time put dollars in it. There will be a crowd after these bargains so hurry up. REFRIGERATORS, Cnsoline Stoves, Screen Doors, Poultry Netting. Faints and Oils, Sash and Doors, Etc., all go in this Sale. DON'T MISS IT. "MONEY MAKES THE MARE GO." LOW PRICES MAZES OUR HARDWARE GO. F. H. GIBBS & CO, YALE, YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT. GOERS AND COMERS. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDle and Their Friends. 1. II. (libbs was in'Oroswell Tuesday. A. W. Ferguson is in l'ort Huron to- d:i v. Fred Andreae nan Detroit on a vis it to relatives. Win. Ilodgins wont 'to Port Huron Monday evening. Lara miner was in rort Huron on busines Monday. Postmaster Lute was at the Count' Capitol Wednesday. A. K. Jackson was at l'ort Huron Tuesday on business. Frank Andreae visited friends in Lexington this week. J.C. Ilolden transacted business in Port Huron Tuesday. Adda Palmer is in Port Huron on a visit to relatives .and friends. Samuel Carson visited friends in Wilmot during the past week. F. A. Newsted and family visited friends in Lapeer county, Sunday. Mrs. Monroe, of Chicago is the guet of her daughter, Mrs. 11. 15. Parker. E. M. Cady ana John P. Sanborn, of Port Huron, were Yale vUitors'fuesday. Mrs. Thomas II olden is visiting rela tives and friends in Hay City this week. J. H. Merrill accompanied William (Jowan to Sanilac Centre on Tuesday. Frank Chimuan, of Carsonville, was the guest of D. 15. McNair oyer Sunday. Albert McKenna and W. X. McICen- na are visiting among friends in this vicinity. James Ilisey was called to Paid win last week on account of the death of a relative. Mrs. Win. O'Uourke, of Attica, is the guest of her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. C. McKcnna. Mrs. Frank Snyder ami son, of P.rown City, visited (irant Uoldcn and wife Wednesday. Dr. Putney, of Sturgis, cousin of Elmore Putney, visited m Yale and Spi-akvr this week. Lizzie Coleman, of Port Huron, has been the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. Springer, this week. Mrs. Pert Jardine and Miss Emma llichardson have been visiting in Deck ervillo the past week. Wm. Uowan has. been in l'ort Huron and Sanilac Centre during the past week attending court. Mrs. Ounn and Miss McDougall, of P.rown City, were guests of Jno. Plack and wife the paHt week. Dick MeKenna., Claud Allen and wife, of Smith, visited at J. C. McKen na's the latter part of last week. Rudolph Andreae has returned from his northern trip. The Woolen Mills commenced operation Tuesday. Mrs. E. Doau and Miss Winans were called to Mt. Vernon last week on account of the death of a brother. Wni. Strong and Mrs. Nicholas Owens were at Shabboua this week visiting Henry Vanorman ami family. A. J. Ward and wife expect to start Saturday morning for Fncouvillo where they will visit S. .1. Welfh and wife for a couple of weeks. W. MclJratney, train dJepatcher for F. iS; P. M. ll'y at Saginaw, was in Yale Monday visiting F. A. Griswold. He is taking a trip for his health. II. J. Menzies.of Detroit, date travel ing agent Merchants' Dispatch Trans portation Co., called at the Exrosrroit oilioe while in Yale Tuesday. I. Palmer, Herb Henries- and Will Palmer took in the base ball game at I inlay City Thursday between Marietta and the home team. Mr. Eil. Word en and daughter, Deed Holmes and little niece Jennie Mitchell are in Algonac visiting friends and will remain for two weeks. Will and John Graham, of Melvin, were in Yale Saturday last. Will ex pect to start one week from Monday for Xorfolk. Virginia, where he will remain for his health. Lew and Walter lieddiclifl'e took tho evening train Monday for Ilessel, Mackinaw county, where they will en gage in buying and selling timber. Their many friends here will be pleased to hear of their prosperity. Fred A., the 12-year-old son of Hon. Frank A. Dean I nited States Consul at Naples, Italy, is in Yalo on a visit to his uncle Frank Mather. Fred made the trip alone and will visit relatives in this country about one month be fore returning to Naples. It. li. Fairman, Commissioner of Schools, has been visiting schools in (ireenwood and I.rockway townships this week, and will continue the work in Lynn and Mussey next week. He reports that a large majority of the teachers are doing good work. Decided if all tho young ns well as old would appreciate good grace they certainly would have a good picture of their face. Hiddlecomb, photographer is in Yale every Friday and Saturday. First-class work and perfect satisfac tion guaranteed. . Teachers' Association. The St. Clair County Teachers' Asso ciation will hold a meeting in tho Port Huron High School building, Saturday, June 7th, ISM. The meeting will be called to order promptly at the hour appointed ami proceed according to the following program: 10:00 A. m. Aiuri leu Hy Association Prayer IIv. .1. Morton Music Port Huron llljjlt School The TeaMter'n Kelatlou to tlm PuMie.. 4. '. I.eveneood Discussion led by Prim-iial .1. Stuart I.atliers Primary Science Work.. Miss Catherine (iartey Discussion led hy . ...Misses Itov Mint .Martha Palmer 1:30 P. M. Mount Vernim Pells P.v Association Our Kecent School las. Harvey 'l'ajiai, I,. L. 11 iVKSTIoxs. The XewspaiHT and It KelaJInn to the School W, II. Mu.lire, Kilitor Discussion led ly Sujt. .lames 11. lieaell IXTKKMJSSION. Music l'ort Huron II lull School "Cast leu," an oriUioti Willis .1. Pace Cratlini: District Schools . XI iss Mauct (ioodiuan Discussion lW ity PruxMial K. T. Ulackney ItuMlness of AsHMiatioii School Kally Souif Ity Association Everyone bring their knapsacks. The association is the teachers' union. While the general public are very cordially inyitcd, let tfio teachers meet here and discuss those questions of vital interest to our profession; here, formulate our opinions into well defin ed principles of action, and register our convictions of tho need, oppor tunities and privileges of tho school room and the school teacher. 1. P. Fairman, Secretary. Howard L. Holmes, President. Dr. Price! Cream Baking Powder Werli'f Fair lifebelt Aw&rd. St. Clair County Pomona Grange. The St. Clair County Pomona (irange will hold its next meeting with Jroye (j range, Xo. o2S, at Spring Hill, on Wednesday,. J une l'Jth, 18K3. The fol lowing program will be carried out: OiM-uijigt-t archie at 14 a. in. Musi- 1- reuiont Outre. Choir Adore 4tl Welcioine M. Y . I'arh-toii ltesusf . M. of Pomona WiaiiL'c Monk flioir ll N N K.I!. Call tonW'r at I . in. licinu t Suhorilinare (Iranues. WliaX is True Hospitality?" Sister Me- hue. Siller Mitchell au.l P.m. Ilcwelt. V.i'.wr M. P. Caiicton Music. 'll;ts Roman's Work in the Crtuine heen a sweeps or I'iMiuie? sister danlner sr. ainl sinter siotlcr. Scl-t UauiitE Sister llewett Music. "Is it 0'olliahle to raise roots?" 15m. Kerr "liuckwheal as a lu.iney crop Itro. II ewett jud i:ro. .M;in;u(l. I'ssay Sister I-l'leli "Corn CniLture" Ilro. Cmii ami liro. Mcl lure Maoki. Thero will be an entertainment in the evening "Tho Old-fashioned Iis- trict School." Admission 10 cent. W. II. Cami'Iiki.l, Sec'y, Avoca. Tho Angel of Death. It lV4)ues tttr sad duty this week to chronicle the death of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tappan's infant son, Hilton, aged 11 months, which occurred on Saturday morning, May 2oth. The babe had been very ill for two months or more, and every tiling had been done that mortal could do to ease the suffer ing of the little one. but all to no avail and the death angel came and carried away the spirit from tho little body agonized with pain for so long. The funeral rites were held at the residence on Monday .at 2 p. m., Elder J. II. raion omc.iaung. Tho flowers were numerous and very beautiful, callus, carnations, roses, dail'odils and others, all pure white. were placed in prolusion on and around the small white casket by the members of the Eastern Star and other sympathizing friends. After a short service, tho remains were taken to him wood cemetery aivl were there interred. Mr. and Mrs. Tappau have the deepest sympathy ol tlie whole community in tliis, theirgreat atlliction. as kxi'kkssjux or oiiATrrc lK. It seems almost too formal and cold to publicly thank those who have ren dered assistance in time of need; but our lriends and neighbors haye been so numerous, so kind, so thoughtful, so attentive and so sympathetic throughout the long sickness and at the burial of our darling boy, that we feel that we must by this means recog nize their Kind services ami thank them sincerely for what they have done tor us. To each we say: May your friends always be as true, and may your sor row never bo 60 deep. Harvey Tappan. Xellie'Tappan. Bolco's Business Bullets. Our business bullets have struck high prices and down they tumble. Skirts and gowns, $1.2." and $1..0 kind9, tumble to D3c. 3oc, 40c and 50c, baby bonnets anil hats, the cool washable kinds tumble all in ono lot, pick for 2")C. Children's o to (!J 25o stockings, now two pair for 2-3c. Shirt waists, lots of them, any size or color you want, big sleeves to be sure 40c, 00c, 7ic up got tho ties, the belts, tho studs, the cuff button?, the belt pins to go witii them prices right every time. You get values here in pure silk mitts, 1.1c, 1'Jc and 2-1c, best you ever put on. Always right sizes, kinds, colors and prices found in our hosiery and under wear department. Everybody looking for stylish millinery trades in our big milliney department. Como and C. Pok k's. Did You Ever Try Electric Pilfers as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a liottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to bo peculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Female Com plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in fluence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you haye Loss of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Xervous, Sleep less, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spelli, Electrio Hitters is the medicine you need. Health and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Large bottles only fifty cents at Qraat lloldea'a Drug Store, Vie. $ $ d 0 !lllUlll i Sainif ! 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 oilers on all goods In our STORE ever before heard of. Come and ief our Prices und sec u-Jiat you cuii bin 'Joods for. I M "2 m m H A. THAL A. W. Ferguson & Co., Always Heady, Ever Anxious, and at your service with a large and every day increasing stock of 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 ami CASH to the best advantage. Ferguson will tell you how. Call at Oixr Store, FERGUSON & CO. OPPORTUNITY Has hair in front, behind, she is bald; if you seize her by the forelock you may hold hej let her pass and I she is gone forever" Our Pesent Offerings are all Opportunities. Every time you fail to avail yourself of the bargains we are offering in our different lines, you let an Opportunity to save money slip past and you are therefore n loser. Long experience has made us acquainted with all the "ins and outs" of this business. We understand thor oughly all its details, and the needs of the public. Does it not look reasonable then that our, store should be crowded with bargains? lletnember our stock is super ior to all. and equalled by none. Everything Xew, Fresh and in Season. The world is full of To-Day'h Kegrets llecause of Yestkkpay'h Opportunities. R. M. LOTHIAN.