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AROUND THE TOWN.
Incidents and Accidents in
and About Yale
Briefly Itemized for Expositor
It is spring.
Jos. K. Allen and wife will return to
Yale soon and take up their residence.
Chas. A. Wells has added a new
tuurn to the rear of his lot on Main
See Iiallentine's new capes. They
cost you about one-half what they
did in '9-').
Wanted A competent girl for gen
eral housework. Apply to Mrs. J. A.
Electors bo sure and attend the
caucuses Saturday and Monday and
nominate good man.
John McDonald, formerly of Sani
lac Centre, has rented, tlio Gamble
House at Brown City.
Cornstalks for sale, Enquire at the
residence of W.U. Scott, one-half mile
jvest of the puttie blocks 4,5
A few yoiing ioiki of the village
mrjoyed a pleasant time dancing in
Micheals' Ilall Monday evening.
II. G. Ewell has purchased of the
Lyman G ray estate the farm located
one mile north and two miles west of
Itegular meeting of Yalo Chapter
JCo. (34, OES, on Wednesday evening,
April 1st, at 7:30 o'clock. Full at
Lambert Jones is handling McCor
inick machinery and has his ware
rooms just north of Henry Slight's
titore near the depot.
Hiram Allen, after a short business
career at Carsonville, has decided to
close out his stock of merchandise and
return to Yale, his former home.
I have several 80-acre pieces of land
and improved farms in Sanilac county
tliat I would trade for houses and lots
rlYale. 37- B. K. Xom.e.
Dr. Yuill, of Croswell, will make
regular yisits to Yale Saturday of each
wjjfllc, and will remain from 10 a. m. to
tip. m. Calls left at the drug stores
will be attended to. 37tf
On the 2oth inst. the government be
girt weighing the mail on all mail
routes. The weighing will be contin
ued for 30 consecutiye days and the
result made the basis for railway con
tracts for the next four years.
A. W. Ferguson, W. M., John Wark,
fiiicretary, and W. B. Ballentine, Sen
ior Deacon, of Brockway Loilge, No.
olC, F&AM, attended a school of in
struction at Fort Huron Thursday.
The F. & l M. U'y will sell tickets
to. Saginaw and return next Monday
J)d Tuesday, March 30 and 31, at a
fare and one-third. It is on account
of the State Encampment of the GAR.
Tickets good to return April 3d.
Wrn. Hawks, of Fort Austin, was m
Yale last week looking up tho pros
pects of opening a new general utore
ill town. Ho also talked of buying
ca.1t Chamberlain, Futney & Co., but
110 definite bargain has as yet been
A new boiler, engine and other ma
chinery for C. Andreae & Sons' woolen
mill has been received and is being
placed in position. When the ma
ciiinery is in working order Yale will
have a woolen mill second to none 111
Dr. Warner Cornell, of the firm of
J)rs. Warner v h. A. Cornell, eye, ear,
itose and throat specialists of 2'2lJ Hu
ron Ave., Fort Huron, will be at the
Ilapley House on the last Friday ot
elch month. His next visit will be
.Friday, March 27th.
We presume our druggist, Grant
Jlolden, is now nightly engaged .in
mixing up compounds for the new ar
rival at ms House, it s a Doy una the
date of his appearance was Friday,
March 20, lS'Jti. Here's congratula
tions and good wishes.
Strayed to the premises of the un
designed, one milo east of Melvin in
fiec. 28, Speaker, on or about January
1st, 18')G, 2 coarso wool sheep. Owner
will please call, prove property, pay
charges and take away.
47-4 Itichard Mclaney.
The Lady Maccabees were reduced
(o the necessity of opening their hall
ftntt making their own tire last Friday
at their regular meeting, and what is
more, as there was no wood they coolly
Hipped down stairs and appropriated
wrvcral armsful from the Doctor's pile.
They knew tho Doctor was good na
tured and wouldn't say a word.
The Centre Star Holler Flour Mill
i.4 kept yery busy these days. New
tolting cloths have been placed in the
mill and the grade of Hour turned out
i.4 much better than heretofore. The
new tirm, W. H. Newcomer & Co.. are
very accommodating and are doing
their best to please patrons. Give
litem a call when you havo a grist to
James O'Kourkc, of Romeo, has
rented the comer store in the Durhe
Ulock and is busy this week fitting the
interior to be used as a laundry. Mr.
(Mlourko expects to bo prepared to
commence business the first of next
week. We believe that this town and
irdjoining villages can furnish enough
work to support a laundry and it is
Hoped that encouragement will be
given this new enterprise.
'f lie General of the army, tho Gen
eral commanding the U. S. corps of
engineers, vice pres., Webb of the
Kew York Central, nnd John Jacob
A -mr, compote The Cosmopolitan
M i w'fizino's board of judges to decide
Ha merits of the horseless carriages
wiiieh will bo entered in tho May
tiuls, for which The Cosmopolitan of
fer $3,000 in prizes. This committco
H undoubtedly the most distinguished
(hat has ever consented to act upon
the occasion of the trial of a new and
useful invention. The interest which
these gentlemen have shown in ac
cepting places upon tho committeo is
indicative of the importance of the
subject, and that the contest itself will
Ito watched with marked interest on
t)t)th sides of tho Atlantic.
Our Stock is Complete, Pure and
We haye a large variety of Tab
lets, Uox Paper, Envelopes,
Our Spring Stock is nowhere.
Call and look it over.
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Wo have been having some typical
March weather this week.
A eood second-hand bicycle for sitle
cheap at W. II. Hurris' carriage works.
Did you get a coupon at Ballen-
tine's when you traded? Don't forget
to ask for one.
Did vou notice Windsor's new barber
nicn? Call on Dick for a first-class
hair cut or shave.
The man who owes for his paper
cannot expect to do well in this world,
let alone in the next.
D. B. McNair and family have mov
ed with their household goods to their
new home in Lexington.
Next Sunday, March 29th, will be'
Palm Sunday; a week from to-day,
April 3, will be Good Friday; Easter
Sunday will be April 5.
Horse bills and cards, auction bills,
note heads, envelopes, and all kinds
of commercial printing executed with
neatness and dispatch at the Expos
itor Printing House.
John Springer laid an egg on our
table this week measuring 0x7 J inches.
This is John's Easter effort but by the
cackling we hear we think he will go
for the record later in the season.
G. R. Malone's prohibition lectures
in Central Hall, Wednesday atternoon
and evening, were quite largely at
tended and listened to with considera
ble interest. The singing by Mr. Essery
pleased the audience in the evening.
Posters are out announcing a Peo
ple's Caucus to be held in the village
hall next Monday evening at 7 o'clock
for the purpose of nominating candi
dates to bo voted for at township
meeting April oth. hlectorsaro invited
Dr. 11. Holdeu, son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Holden of this place, was
elected president of Trenton, Mich., at
the election Tuesday March 10th, by
40 majority. It was also yoted to
bond the town for SU.OOu for a system
James McColl has received a letter
from Mr. S. T. Crapo of the F&I'M U'y
Mating that he is in receipt of our
petition in regard to the lime schedule
on the Port Huron and Sand Beach
Divisions and that he will give the
matter his attention.
Lost, about December Jut, 18!)., ono
promissory note given to James Brown
by James Vincent and bearing date
about October 1st, bsi", running four
months, for the sum of $35.00. Finder
will be rewarded by leaving same at
the omce of Wharton V Holden in
Lester Moxlev, haying sold his farm,
will offer for sale by public auction at
the premises one-halt mile south 01
Roseburg, on Wednesday, April 8th,
189(3, all of his farm stock, implements
etc Sale to commence at one o clock
p. m. sharp. W. II. McKenzie, auc
Frank Stockton's new story, ,4Mrs.
Cliff's Yacht", which begins in the
April Cosmopolitan, promises to be
one of the most interesting ever written
by that fascinating story-teller. Read
ers of "Tho Adventures of Captain
Horn" will find in "Mrs. Cliff's Yacht"
something that they have been wait
All last winter Mr. George A. Mills,
of Lebanon, Conn., was badly afllicted
with rheumatism. At times it was so
severe that he could not stand up
straight, but was drawn over on one
side. "I tried different remedies
without receiving relief," he says, "un
til about six months ago I bought a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
After using it for three days my rheu
matism was gone and has not returned
since." For sale by W. Lennon, Drug
gist. The wide awake merchant and the
wide awake buyer get together by
means of a newspaper. Tho newspa
per is a sort of board of trade, on
which merchants place their offerings
and the People have an opportunity of
seeing what there is in the market.
Those merchants who take advantage
of the board and place their offerings
thereon rind buyers and those buyers
who take the local paper find who the
merchants are that havo something
Mrs. Patience Shaver departed this
life at Port Huron, Friday, March 20,
1890, at tho ago of 7( years. She was
born in Toronto, Ont.. and as soon as
she became old enough she joined tho
church and has since been a follower
of Christ and His teachings. Mrs.
Shaver was the mother of Charles and
John Wysner, of Port Huron, L. O.
and II. II. Wj'sner, of Saginaw, Mrs.
Ann Wanamaker. East Fremont, Mrs.
Fred Ducat and Professor Joseph
Giboulog, of Howell, all of whom at
tended her funeral. Remains of de
ceased were interred in Speaker cem
ctry March 2th. Deceased left her
son's home in Saginaw seemingly very
smart and went to Port Huron to visit
her sons. Two weeks from that day
she died from an attack of la grippe.
Her neighbors and friends in Speaker
who havo known her for 20 years or
more all join in morning her loss and
deeply sympathize with tho children
in the removal of so kind a mother.
W. II. Ballentine
F. T. Palmer & Co.
Thoa. Wilson Sc Son
L. Iliger & Sons
T. II. Parkinson
Don't forget that a dollar saved is a
dollar made. Ask Ballentine how he
Hugh Moore and family have been
busy this week moving tiieir goods to
their new farm in Berlin township
All kinds of Clover and Timothy
seed for sale by James llisey in the Hi
Allen building, one door south of Fer
guson & Co's hardware store, Yale. 39
By a recent amendment to their
Charter the Independent Order of
Foresters are authorized to deposit
$500,000 in securities in the United
States and issue certificates of insur
ance for $4,000 and $.",000. The Order
has over 10,000 members in Michigan.
Simon S. Rartman, of Tunelton,
West Va., has been subject to attacks
of colic about once a year, and would
have to call a doctor and then suffer
for about twelve hours as much as
some do when they die. He was tak
en recently just the same as at other
times, and concluded to try Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and. Diarrhoea
Remedy. He says: "I took one dose
of it and it gave me relief in five min
utes. This is more that any thing else
has ever done for me." For salo by
W. Lennon, Druggist.
A tramp is working the farmers of
southwestern Michigan for his board
and lodgings in a new way. lie
carries a pair of polo climbers with
him, and represents that he is a line
man in the employ of tho Western
Union Telegrapli Company. Wher
ever he stops he giyes orders on tho
company for the amount of his board
bill. Tho farmer jumps at tho orders
and treats the tramp to the best. When
the orders are presented, and payment
of course refused, their thoughts be
como somewhat more bitter. Watch
out for him.
The Port Huron A: Saruia Ferry Co.
have sent us a neat Souvenir issued
for the purpose of showing tho ad
vantages of Stag Island as a summer
resort and the attractions of tho island
generally. Xo summer resort in the
country is better equipped for tho
comfort, pleasure and convenience of
guests than Stag Island. Situated, as
it is in the river St. Clair about six
miles south of Fort Huron, embracing
about 200 acres, the property of Nel
son Mills of Marysville, it is the most
delightful spot on earth for rest and
The lecturo "Down in Dixie" given
in the M. E. church Tuesday evening
by II. R. Pattengiil, State Superinten
dent ot l'ubiic instruction, was lis
tened to by a large and appreciative
audience. It was one of the most
humorous, interesting and instructive
lectures ever delivered in this village.
His voice was forcible and his delivery
pleasing; his remarks were heard, un
derstood and appreciated by all pres
ent. Although the audience was com
posed of many school children he
held their attention so closely for two
hours that not a distracting noise or
sound of any kind could be heard. It
seemed as though the entire audience
were carried away "Down in Dixie" by
the speaker, so clearly was his de
scription of that beautiful country
south of Mason and Dixon's line; that
land so full of interesting incidents of
the late civil war. Mr. Pattengiil con
cluded his address with a beautiful
tribute to America. The music fur
nished by the Y'ale orchestra was very
pleasing. Receipts of the eyening
A Remarkable Cure,
Mrs. II. B. Adams, 1009 Wabash aye
Chicago, says: "I had scrofulous taint
of the blood from childhood, which,
however, remained dormant. An
ulcer began on the side of the nose,
having nil the appearances of a most
malignant cancer. The agony of
mind I suffered cannot be described as
I contemplated the progress of such
a malignant disease. Finally I was
induced to try Foley's Sarsaparilla. It
appeared to neutralize the poison in
the blood. The growth of tho ulcer
censed. The diseased tissues in the
bottom and edges of the sore seemed
to loosen and tho natural Hesh to take
its place. No part of the disease re
mains." Grant Holden.
Farm For Sale.
I wish to sell my farm of SO acres
and offer it cheap for cash, located 7
miles north of Yalo or 2J south of
Peck. It is under good stato of culti
vation; 2 good houses, frame barns and
sheds, plenty of pure water, orchard,
small fruits, etc. Terms, one-half
down and your own time on remain
der. Address, Alfonso Gray, Y'ale,
Is arriving every day,
And we guarantee to
give you satisfaction.
Don't fail to look over
our stock before
We carry almost
a,ny thing you
want and sell for
2 rod wheat ....M-wi
lte.mii GO -70
UV run tell our story in
three letters. It's (ts plain
stands for Aim
And every wise man
Should aim to buy goods
On JJallentine's plan.
'8 the U right lluyer
Who's oft heard to say
I owe my success
To Iiallentine's way.
's the great Coupon
That you've heard about
All the bright people get it
You should not be without.
Coupon given away
with every Dollar's
worth bought at my
store for Cash.
Conic and get your Dol
lar by trading $20 at
THE DOUBLE STORE
W. H. Ballentine
For next Thirty Days.
On Truths Are What the People Are Looking For.
We are demonstrating principles of this c
n daily by our way of dealing. Since the i
ent of our CIUA1MN; SALE we have b-en giving the
innl tlio iirlvantnn'u if u a f nn 5 el 1 1 11 nrl V T.nw I'rif'PU mi . 1 1
goods carried in our different lines. Therefore our stock
jwta nrrii girauy retiuceu, yet ve nave kciiu wni ouiJiifii
with all staples in order to move off the bulk of our higher
Now Again, the Hammer Drops.
And prices are smashed on all seasonable goods that
we have left instock, such as Ladies' wild dents' Winter
Underwear. Flannels, and in fact all warm goods to away
down below cost. Remember we are still continuing to
give liberal cut prices on all other goods. If you are in
need of Dry (Joods. CJroceries, Moots. Shoes, or anything in
any line call and see what we are doing. We guarantee to
save you rccney on each and every purchase.
Mm, Fief & Co
Yale Real Estate Exchange
"VTIXjXj SELL -5TOTT
rpiie prettv little cottage homo on Kennetlc
A Street Known as the Kyes or Mattes prop
erty. Pretty Hhubbery, a neat lawn, one block
froin P. O. Trice Sgto. part cash, balanee in
payment to suit.
rpiiat line site for a factory, lumber yanl, or
1 planing mill Just north of the depot. Near
ly an acre of land, 'J4 rods of It. It. siding. Price
reasonable, terms easy.
nliat beautiful plat of three extra larjro lots In
1 T;ip:in & Law's Addition at South end ot
Mary Street. (1om1 sidewalk, two rows of tine
shade trees, a lilh and dry building site, plenty
of room for barns, fruit, etc. Just the thing for
a fawn home in the yil'itge.
rpwelve single or double lots In Tan pan ,t
1. Law's Addition. A good sidewalk, shade
trees, and a irood location lor anv who want a
cheap lot. Prices from $3 to $h.. Small pay
ments, long time.
Vacant lots In lleed & MeN'utt's Addit on.
Orchard Hill Addition and Morn Ps Audi
tion at a very low figure and easy terms.
If you want a home, a building site, a piece of land for fruit, etc., a business
block, or a lirst-class site for a factory, come and examine bargains for
yourself. If your friends contemplate buyincr or selling send them to
me. Other bargains will be added to this list. Watch for them
in future issues.
Laid in our walls costs money. Ev
ery board put in the frame of our new
milis costs money. We can't roof our
buildings with llannel but we can buy
the material with money. We have
the flannel, you have the money. We
will exchanore on the best terms you
ever had offered you.- Now is the
chance of a life time to buy.
Cloths, Flannels, Sheet
ings, yarns, Etc.
C. Andreae k Sons,
For All the News, All the Time, and All the Truths tale Tbo Tale Expositor.