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JAS A. MENZIES, Publisher. In the Best Interests of the Community in which we live. . FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
Vol. XIV, No. 6. YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. fSSSSSSSS Wash Fabrics! YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, - $250,000. Deposit your money where it is sale. 5 per cent interest on Time Cer- tihcates ot Deposit. GOERS AND COMERS. Friday, May 31st, was the hottest May weather, and Jniw 2nd was the hottest .June weather ever recorded in Detroit. This has made a demand for Ladies Thin Wash Fabrics. Wo have again replenished our stock and are now show ing the most complete stock in Wash (ioods, in all grades and colors, ever shown in the village of Yale. Our prices are as low (and on many things lower)' than you will find in any other store. We have just received a new line of Ladies' and Children's Hosiery. Lace andtSilk Rlack Mitts, ( J loves, Notions, Etc. 8 8 8 8 8 8 I Clothing ! We are giving some special bargains in Light Weight Clothing (new goods). We have also a few Suits, carried from last season that are being sold at about half price. If you want a line black dress suit we have them. Do not hnv until von see onr line as we can save von money. La dies', dents' and Children's Fine Shoes at Lowest Price Good (loods. 'rices for Groceries A choice line of Standard (loods at reasonable prices. Our Teas are "always in the 1hI. Our aim is to give you the very best value for your money. This tact is appreciated by hundreds of people and new customers every day are coming to us. Nothing succeeds like success. Our Motto: Fair Dealing and Low Prices for everybody at the old reliable stand. c Holden WANTED 10,000 people in Tale and vicinity to know that O. F. liurgess, the .Jeweler, has located its. Tale and II AS COME TO STAY and iH prepared to do all Watch, Clock aid Jewelry lie pairing and Engraving And guarantees to give Satisfaction. 1 hWjo have a line linn of Waicte, Oft lm AND OPTICAL GOODS Which I will sell very cheap fur the next Sixty Days. Special Sale or 8-Day Clocks for next 10 Dys. Call and get prices, Respectfully, O. F. BURGESS, Located at E. K. Doan's bazaar. The Jeweler. All Business Strictly Confidential NEWS IN GENERAL. WHEW!!! Is it warm enough for you? COOL As a cucumber is the housewife who has one of our JEWEL GASOLINE STOVES. Have you one of them? If not. Why not? THE PESKY FLIES Will not get tangled up in the butter, aid mosquitoes never show their bill where our DOOIt AND WINDOW SCREENS are used. HARVEST Time is drawing nigh; are you prepared for it? Wo can lx you out with everything except the jug. IT IS NOT WHAT WE SAY J117T WHAT WE DO That sells our HARDWARE. F. H. GIBBS & CO, YALE. YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT. Many Minor Michigan Matters Mi nutely Mentioned. Scarlet fever is reported in Lexington. Croswell has $100 to lay out on Inde pendence day. Saginaw grocers will visit Port Duron for their annual outing. The Romeo District Fair will be held September 2 j, 20 and 27. Port Huron police made arrests during the inonthof May. Port Huron will make no public demonstration on the 4th off-July. Mrs. Andrew It. (Jrahain.'of Colum bus, died May 31st, aged o7 years. Probably evi?y cottageut Huronia Reach will be taken beforo July 1st. Reported that the village gossips of Richmond have their hands full these day. Lexington new being nre of a rail roud, is lighting over the location for a depot. I llulbcrt Raid,an old pioneer of Al mont township, aged 4'0 years, died recently. One bundled and sMventy-fivo men are at work -on the Port Huron and Lexington railroad. Repairs te the extent of S0 have lately been put upon the St. Clair county poor nouse. Rev. F.J. .Estahrook, late pastor of the Congregational church at Almont has gone te Charlevoix. Will McGonnell, of near Richmond, was struck .by a lare hickory tree in falling, which nearly ended his life. Thieves broke irto Fairfield A Heath's elevator at Richmond and found .i0 c nts in the money drawer. (Seorge I'.ade, aged . K years, son of Fred Rade,. living near Imlay City, was drowned w Long Lake while bathing. Rev. J. H. Aehby,, pastor of the Con gregation church at Armada will sail with his family, for England this fall. Captain Iliram Rarrows Post, O. A. R., was fucoessfully mustered in at Armada recently with fourteen mem bers. The mailimeengr service between the Flint A Pere Marquette road and Rerville, St. Clair. county, has been dis continued. A business juan. of .Marlette has had his assessment raised .because his an vertisementiu the .Leader occupied as much or more space , as some other merchants. An odd. reason. Of 15 young men and young ladies who took therfuyil -Harviee examination for positions in .the .postal service, 11 failed to spell the word "admissible" correctly. An "a" (was. used instead of an 'i". Ziniri Mitchtil, of Smith Creek was struck bv a fat freight. last week and thrown from Jim buggy, .receiving in juries which will prubably ause his death. His horse was .instantly killed and buggy demolished. The "green goods" scandal in Mar lette has been aired again by tho De troit Sunday Sain, and .the Marlette Leader has set forth in .last week's issue some facts in connection with the matter. The Sun implicates most or all of Marlette'8 business anen, which is a gross injustice. Rapid Retailing. The ionly question with u now is where ito find goods. All importers and manufacturers sold ahead. Its an old time' boom trade nearly double and stiLl coming. Smart buyers ull know tluia store know when .we say bargains they can depend on getting just what' advertised. We etart early on our suenmer house-cleaning open up the campaign this week in millin ery department. A general cleaning wit sale of Jlowers, feather, ribbons, f names, hat.and millinery furtiehiags. About 00 preltily trimmed hat at your ovu price. Handsome lot children's trimmed or untrimmed hats ready for Children's Day. Nobby sailors 2't el?, up. Jtest values in the state. Hurry up. JJoick's. FobISai.k at less than half value or will exchange for property in Yale or vicinity; 100 acre of land in Ogemaw county, nine miles from West Jtranch, 110 acres well improved and under cultivation. Oood buildings and abund ance of water. Convenient to school, church and market. Those who are contemplating purchasing desirable farm property will tind it to their ad vantage to get particulars as to above before investing, as this property must be disposed of regardless of price. In quiro of Merriam fc Farr, attorneys, Yale, Mich. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tub Dest Salvj; in the world for Cuts Uruises, Korea, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and oil Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Tiles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or monoy refunded. For Sale by Grant Holden & lira. Subscribe for Tun Yale Expositor, only f 1.00 per year in advance. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDlo and Their Friends. R. M. Lothian is in Port Huron today. Thomas Rapley was in Port Huron Tuesday. R. R. Parker was in Chicago last week on business. Will Pell is home from tho lumber woods of Wisconsin. E. S. Rlaekand family visited friends at Deanville Sunday. E. R. Readier was in Prown City on business Wednesday. Harvey Tappan transacted business in Rrown City Tuesday. '.V. II. Rallcntinc did business at the Tunnel City Wednesday. Mrs. Windsor, of Rrown City, visited her soiw in Yale this week. Jacob Menerey, of Loomis, was visit ing Yalo friends this week. J. It. Francis and wife visited friends in lrt Huron oyer Sunday. Mr. Lara Middleton is entertaining heristcr from Arcona, Ont. Win. O'Rourke, of Attica, visited at J. C. McKenna's over Sunday. Jennie Palmer, of Port Huron, visit ed lier parents in Yale Sunday. RertReid.of Port Huron, has been visiting in Yale during the week. Win. llowan was at the County Capi tol Wednesday on legal business. C.R.Ferguson, of Almont, was the guest of his brother in Yale Friday last. Rev. Windrem and wife were calling on friends in Capac the fore part of the week. C. W. Ferguson, of Retrwit, was in Yale Tuesday visiting relatives and triends. Will and Kittio Fry are home from the state school for tho deaf and dumb at Flint. Supervisor Fox, of Greenwood, was shaking hands with his Yale friends J uesday. Mrs. H. (Jowan and daughter, of Ray -ity, visited relatives and friends in a ale Sunday. Rev. Lester Clark went to Saginaw Wednesday on a visit to his son Jason and other tnends. Wm. Patin and family., of Almont, were the guests ot A . . r erguson and Junnly over Sunday. W. W. (irinnell and son Harrison of Raid win, visited among.relativcsand friends in lale during tho week. Dennis Windsor, banker of Rrown ity, visited h:s brotliers and lriends in lale the lore part of the week, (ieorge Mann, who i doing the ear neuter work on the ikeckerville llax jnill, visited his family over Sunday. Mrs. McKillop and Miss Rache MeCurdy, of North Jtranch, visited at Ir. A. Mitchell's the fare part of the week. Mrs. W. II. Foster arrived here from itig Rapids Saturday evening last and is stopping at the home of her mother vest ot tale for the present. Among the Sick fines. Henry Doelle is slowiy .gaining in health, although he is yet confined to tlie house. John Itlack is improving -slowly but rot able to go to wort. Blanch Parker has beem .quite sick tuis week. Mrs. (Jeorge Mann is rory sick. Don McKellar had a sick pell this wek. James Goheen received a un stroke oo day last week and is yet oontined toxne house. Rertha Reecher, although iukte sick is idowly recovering. I. O. O. F. Election. Tiie following is a list of officers elected at the last meeting of Advance Lodge. No. 110, lOOF: Noble Orand Will Zavitz Ykto Grand John W. Stratton Recording Secretary E. F. Fead Treasurer James Hisey ' Rep., to Grand Lodge E. F, Fead. Installation Friday evening, July ". Decided if all the young as well as old would appreciate good grace they certainly would have a good picture of their face. Riddlecomb, photographer is in Yale every Friday and Saturday. First-class work and perfect satisfac tion guaranteed. Fakmeiu Andrew Staley, of section .T2, Fremont township, has a thorough bred Short Horn Durham Hull for ser vice. Insurance fee $1.00. 45-4 A. W. Ferguson & Co., Always Ready, 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 and CASH to the best advantage. Ferguson will tell you now. Call at O-vxr Store. Get your auction bills printed at the Expositor otlice. Old People. Old people who require medicine to regulate tho bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Rit ters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tono to the organs, thereby aiding Nature in the performance of tho functions. Electric Ritters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old People find it just exactly what they need. Price fifty cents per bottle at Grant Holdcn's Drug Store, Yale IIorsK and IiOT. For Sale in Yalo a two-story brick cottago with cellar, on Mary street, with one ormoro lots. For further particulars and terms, enquire of John Rlack. 3.tm3 Notice to Farmers. If you have grain that you desire ground bring same in right away, as I am about to shut down my mill indefi ly. 4- S. O. Wkiah. FERGUSO N-AC0. "OPPORTUNITY Has hair in front, hchind she is bald; if yon seize her hi the forelock you may hold her, let her )(tss and she is gone forever." Our Present Offerings are all Opportunities. Every time you fail to avail yourself of the bargains we are offering in our different lines, yon let an Opportunity to save money slip past and you are therefore a loser. Long experience has made us acquainted with all the "ina 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? Remember our stock is super ior to all, and equalled by none. Everything New, Fresh and in Season. The world is full of To-Day's Regrets Itecause of Yestkkday's Opportunities. R. M. LOTHIAN. r7i 7? 'i S3 Hi m W. H. FOSTER, -4mm Watchmaker and Jeweler, Ua decided to locate in Yale and do business in Williams Rlock. Those wanting Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Should call and get prices before buying elsewhere. Watch, Clock, and Jewelry Repairing done in a (irst-class manner and warranted. ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY. gr Mr. Foster worked for C. H. Xlggoinan to the time li soll to If. 1)opHq & Son nnil worked for thin flnn two years. 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. Come in and see and you certainly will be convinced. I also handle Wagons. Hay Rakes, Dean Pullers, Cultivators, Hinder Twine, Etc., Etc. XV:n 222 -A. C-A.I-X.. D. WEAVER, Melvin Mich. ssjbTESTIMONIALS: Yale, Mich., May 23, 1803. Gentlemen; Your 'Milwaukee binder, I bought in 18M, is one of the easiest handled and lightest draft machines I erer saw or used. . 1 cut CO acres last year with one small team. I would haye no other kind. It cut a field of grain that a Deering Machine left. Yours Truly, J.' A. VINCENT. flentleinen; I purchased a Milwaukee binder and mower last season and am well pleased with them. They are the lightest on horses, easiest to handlo and do tho best work of any machines I eyer owned. Whoever says that I am sorry for purchasing tho Milwaukees tells, an Absolute falsehood. Jerky Johnson. JJrockwav, Mich.