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JAS.A. MENZIES, Publisker. In th Be5t Interests of the Community in which we live. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. Vol. XIV, No. 7. YALE, St. Clair County, Mioh., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1895. Price: $1.00 per Year. i . i i ?SSSSSSSSSSSS9SSSSe Wash Fabrics ! Friday, May 31st, was the hottest May weather, and June 2nd was the hottest June weather ever recorded in Detroit. Thu ha miirifi n ilt'mand for Ladies' Thin Wash Fabrics. s 8 I 8 I 8 8 8 n 8 8 8 8 8 8 We have again replenished our stock and are now show in" the most complete stock iir Wash Goods, 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 and Silk Mack Mitts, (Jloves, Notions, Etc. Couim 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. I f you want a tine black dress suit we have them. Do not buy until you see our line as we can save you money. La dies dents' and Children's Fine Shoes at Lowest l'nces for (iood Goods. Groceries A choice line of Standard Goods at reasonable prices. Our Teas are always in the lead. Our aim is to give you the very best value for your money. This fact 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 stana. .C.Holden. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS9SS 8 I 9) i t WANTED 10,000 people in Yale and vicinity to know that O. F. Burgess, the Jeweler, has located in Yale and HAS COME TO STAY and is prepared to do all Watch, Clock and Jewelry Ite pairing and Engraving and guarantees to give Satisfaction. I also have a fine line of Ml Utt Mr AND Which I will sell OPTICAL very cheap for GOODS the next Sixty Days. -h Special Sale of 8-Day Clods for next 10 Days. j 9) i 8 (9 ! Call and get prices. Kespectf ully, O. F. BURGESS, Located at E. E. Doan's bazaar. The Jeweler. BIFF! BOOM ! ! BANG-! ! 4th or no 4th WE are touching off the biggest HARDWARE YALE BANK, OF B. R. NOBLE, RESPONSIBILITY, $250,000. Deposit your money where it is sate. 5 per cent interest ou l ime Cer tificates of Deposit. All Business Strictly Confidential. VACATION DAYS. A Delightful Place to Spend Them. The approach of vacation days is a time for selecting some interesting place for a summer outing. A few places combine so many advantages that will quickly suggest themselves when vacation plans are canvassed. One of these is always Hay View, rich in variea recreative delights, social and educational advantages, and growing more interesting every year. llus season's summer announcements are particularly attractive, tilling nearly sixty pages of the Hay View Magazine, and beautiful with a hundred half tone views. The Flint & I'ere Mar quette Kailroad has secured a quantity of the Magazines and n laced a liberal supply at their ticket oftice in this place for the public. All persons planning a vacation, or intending to attend some summer school will be interested in the Lay View announcements The public is invited to call tor copies. The F. & 1 M. K y will, as usual, make verv low rates to Hay lew. Besides tho low priced summer tourist tickets now on mile, half-fare tickets to Hay View will be sold from July 8 to li inclusive, return limit August 1j. "A Life on the Ocean Wave." During the "heated term" and it has been super-heated so far this sum mer "a nome on tie roiling ueep has many attractions; but for tho aver age boy the sea pasesses a fascination at all times, and tue iboys who are so fortunate as to have the opportunity to gratify their ambition "to eo to sea ' are usually the envied of their asso ciatcs. A bright and .charmingly illus trated article in Demorest's Magazine for July, "The flaking of a bailor. tells about the life aboard the school- shin St. Mary's, where boys are trained to become thorough ana expert sailors', and where work and play are so nun ciously mingled that there is no danger of Jack becoming a dull boy. In the samo number is a paper on "Colonial Philadelphia, containing someuuaint facts and embellished with illustrations of old landmarks that are of special interest. A question apropos to the month. "Is Fgurth of July Celebrated Patriotically?" is answered by mem bers of "Ihe Son of the American Revolution," military men and others, and their opinions are worthy of con sidcration. The stories are bright and amusing, and the numerous depart ments are full of suggestions. Those who like dainty le4ongings should read "All Sorts ot sachets," in Home Art "Physical Training an Antidote to Old Age," is a subject discussed in Sani tarian; there are some excellent hints for amateurs in floriculture in "The Winter '.Vindow-Oarden ;" and "Hints Concerning Marketing, in Household will be of use to all housekeepers Taken altogether this is a charming number of this always popular family magazine, which is published for $2 a year. Oftice of publication, 15 Fast 14th St., New York. Mostaoce, Mich., Nov. 13, 1803. W. Windecknecht, a wealthy farmer oi Muskegon Co., personally appeared before me, this day, and says: "That for the past year or so he was afflicted with weakness, trembling, heartrailure extreme nervousness and headache that he consulted with physicians but received no benefit. He waspersuaded by a friend to try a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve vitalizer, and he lays the trembling and nervous feeling was immediately stopped by its use Afterwards he used two bottles of the lame medicine and says he is entirely cured." Signed, w. Wixdfxknecht. Sworn to and subscribed before me Notary Public for Muskegon Co., State Of Michigan. JAS. MOKKISON. This medicine sold by Grant Holden, Yale House to Kent Haryey Tappan. Money to Loan On good farm property at a low rate of interest. For furlher particulars call on or address J. W. Keed, la Mich. 7-5 GOERS AND COMERS. bargains ever heard in Yale, and the report jars miles around. up the, whole country for COME ON BOYS. COME ON UIItLS, COME ON EVERYBODY, Y'ou are cordially invited to join in the fun. F. H. GIBBS & CO., YALE. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. A Valuable Find. Alter years ot study and labor, wo hayo at last discovered a sure and never failing remedy. We have tested it on patients, who have despaired of ever being cured, the results have been in every case, wonderful. Grolt's Kheumatic Cure is unequaled as a positive remedy in all cases of Chronic and Acute Inflammatory Rheumatism, Gout, JiUnibagOj Sciataca, Neuralgia; eapecially Ovarian Neuralgia, Dys inenorrhoea and all kindred affections. It is also a yaluablo Mood Purifier, being especially useful in Eczema, Psoriasis, Scrofula, all Glandular En largements and diseases of the Liver and Kidneys. It is absolutely free from all narcotics. Severe attacks are relieved in from one to three days and a positive euro effected in from iiyo to eighteen days. For sale by Grant Holden, Yale, Mich. 50-20 Horse and IiOT. For Sale in Yale a two-ftory brick cottago with cellar, on Mary street, with one or more lots. For further particulars and terms, enquiro of John Black. 33m3 Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Fair Highest Award. Personal Paragraphs About Yale PeoDle and Their Friends. James 15rown was in Mayville this week on business. Thomas Wharton was in Lexington on business tins week. Mrs. J. It. Paisley visited friends in Brown City part of the week. F. Conoley, of Detroit, was a guest at C. F. Michaels' last Saturday. A. W. Hazard and wife, of Avoca, called on Yale friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ulack, of Capac, visited lev. and Mrs. Windreni last week. Mrs. Grant Holden has returned from a visit to friends in Itrown City. J. I. Vincent, attending the Univer sity at Ann Arbor, is home on a visit. Fred Mathews, of Gaylord, is on a visit to relatives and friends in Yale. Mrs. Parker, of Owosso, was a guest at the M. P. parsonage the past week. Grant Holden and wife drove to Itrown City Thursday to witness the races. Lillian Springer, of Spencer. Ohio, is visiting her mother and other friends in Yale. Edgar Hallock and wife, of Almont, were guests ot ueorge .Mosner over Sunday. J. S. Dunie and L. . aney, oi Deckerville. were among Yale visitors Sunday. Mrs. Itostwick, of ltatavia, N. Y., is on a visit to iver cou?in, .Mrs. iv.. u. Beecher. Steve WindsoT and wife visited with friends and relatives in Itrown City this week. Mrs. Shortman, of Point Edward, Out., visited relatives and friends in 1 ale this week. Prof, and Mrs. Ferguson, of Yp9i- lanti, were guests of W. H. Harris and family thin wek. County Clerk Wm. Mason was visit ing among his many menus in laie Saturday evening. George Matzen, of Cass City, passed through Yale Tuesday morning on his way to Port Huron. Thomas Dutlie, V. S., of Croswell, was the guest of J. Jt. Stevens, . S., tho first of the week. Thoman Howay and wife, of Detroit, are visiting .Mrs. nenry noway anu other friends in lale. Shep Stanley, of Itrown City, left Yale Wednesday evening on a trip to the Soo for his health. Mrs. J. W. Stratton of this place and Mrs. Livingston, of Avenll, spent Tuesday in Port Huron. Wm. II. Wilkinson, V. S., and Maud Paton. of Almont, visited at A. W. Ferguson's over Sunday. layid McArthur sr. and wife, visited their daughter, Mrs. C. A. Wells, in Avoca the first of the week. Lewis Deemert and wife, of Sanilac, Visited with George Deemert and fami ly the fore part of the week. Isaac Lowrey., of Point Discovery, W. T., is visiting relatives and friends in Yale and vicinity at present. Mrs. Wm. Walker, of Ann Arbor, has been visiting friends and relatives in Yale and vicinity the past week. Phil Doelle returned to his new home atNorthville Monday evening after a week's visit with friends in Yale. Kev. S. Wmdrem enjoyed a visit from his sister, Mrs. G. Fair, and son George, of Blaine, last Saturday. Mrs. Uarcome left to-day for a fort night's visit in Marlette and Yale.' Mayville Monitor-Sayings, June 13. Mrs. II. E. Martin and little child, of Port Huron, visited her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. H. ltallentine this week. E. F.'Fead drove to Croswell Monday afternoon where ho met It. 11. Noble on his return from a visit to Sand Peach. Prosecuting Attorney, Lincoln Avery of Port Huron, was in Yale Thursday assisting Harvey lappan in the Jack son case. W. V, Andreae ha9 been spending the week in Brown City, North Branch and other places in the interest of tho Yale Woolen Mill. T. F. Holden and wife, of Imlay City, visited with his parents and other friends in Yale Thursday and Friday of last week. Herman DoeUe went to Port Huron Monday morning where he has secured a situation in li. H. Patterson & Co's jewelry store. Watson Wesley and little daughter of Port Huron, were In lale luesday Mr. Wesley . is tho hustling salesman for 1). Kobeson. E. H. Drake and family, of Lewis ton, are again residents of our town. Harvey will engage in the law and real estate business. Mrs. S. R. Pe&rce, of Algonac, and Mrs. Eraser, of Wallaceburg, Ont., are here attending tho funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Morrill's child. Orrin Holcomb and Dan Deemert were homo oyer Sunday.' The boys have secured work on tho new railroad from Port Huron to Lexington. A.J. Ward and wife returned Mon day evening from a two weeks' visit to S. J. Welch and family at Unionville. They report a very pleasant visit. John Itlack and wife were at Dean ville last Saturday. Thursday morning they went to Port Huron to consult Dr. Stockwell as to John's health. Aaron Windsor, Will Zavitz, Pert McDonald, Thos. Holden, J. C. Hold en, John Holden, It. It. Noble and other Yale sports attended the races at Prown City Thursday. G. E. Gardner and bride, of Middle Ville, haye been visiting F. A.Griswold and wife during tho week. Tuesday Mrs. Griswold and her guests visited at Melvin. Frank took tho evening train for Melvin and was entertained at the strawberry shortcake festival. A. W. Ferguson & Co., HARDWARE, GASOLINE and OIL STOVES, PAINTS and OILS, SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS. And by all means call and buy a Always Heady, Ever Anxious, and at your service with a large and every day increasing stock of REFRIGERATOR, ICE CREAM FREEZER, LAWN MOWER, (nd 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 Q-vxr Store. FER60SOK fiC0 "OPPORTUNITY Has hail in front, behind she is bald; if fej you seize her by the forelock yon may hold her, let her pass 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, you let an Opportunity to save money slip past and you are therefore a 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? Bememberour stock is super ior to all, and equalled by none. Everything New, Fresh and in Season. The world is full of To-Day's Begrets Because of Yestkkday's Opportunities. R. M. LOTHIAN. St , , W. H. FOSTER, -In- Watchmaker and Jeweler, Has decided to locate in Yale and do business in Williams Block. Those wanting- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Should call and get prices before buying elsewhere. Watch, Clock, and Jewelry llepalring done in a first-class manner and warranted. ENGRAVING A SPECIALTY. Mr. Foster worked for C. H. yigKoinan up to the time he nolil to If. Doella Si Hon ami worked for tills Arm two years. YALE ICE & MILK CO. D. FERGUSON, Manager, Will deliver Ice and Milk to residents of Yale during the season at the fol lowing rates: ! Five cents per quart. ICE " 23 lbs. 4 times a week. 81.50 per month; season, 88.00. 20 lbs. daily, double Saturday, f 2.00 pev month; season, f 9.00. 15 lbs dally, double Saturday, ? 1.50 per month; season, 88.00. Special rates to Hotels, Meat Mark ets, Etc. To stop Ice please leave orders at house. Notify us in case of any neg lect on the part of the teamster. Our prices guaranteed as low as the lowest. The ice season Includes the months of May, June, July, August, September and October; tho milk season every month of the year. Farm $17 TO $21 Wallaces, YALE, Llich.