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Vol. XIX, No. 49. 19 YEAR: TALE. St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1901. Price: $1.00 per Year.
ill KEEP YOUR EYE ON
Yale Clotliini inse
for up-to-date stylish goods and the best values for
your money. In our large stock of New Spring
Suits you can find what you want in Men's, Boys'
Men's Suits 85.00 to 815.00
Boys' Suits 3.50 to 810.00
Children's 2 and 3-picco Suits 81.25 to 85.50
You will be pleased to see this large assortment
Elegant lino of Fancy Shirts, Hats and Caps, Neckwear
and Gent's Furnishings.
Your outfit will not be complete without a pair of W. L.
Douglas shoes, the best fitting and the best wearing
snoes made. Call and see us at
YALE CLOTHING HOUSE
J. C. HOLDEN. Prop.
Novelties For Easter
YA T7flTTH TTTTTITI Tfl TT
well onto the fact that D. G. Williams' is THE
Place to buy
Choice Fresh Groceries
A trial order will convince you
See us for Crockery and Glassware.
Prompt delivery to any part of the village.
COME IN AND SEE US.
D. G. WILLIAMS, &
rrxziz coriteii a-rioc:cx.
Extended, showing position of leayes and method of operation.
To increase the length of this table one foot, or any number of
feet up to its fullest capacity, it is only necessary to pull out
either end, raise a leaf and push back into shape like any or
dinary extension table.
Sideboards 811.00 and up
Bedroom Suits '. $12.00 and up
Couches $ 5.00 and up
Iron Beds $ 2.50 and up
MATTRESSES, ALL KINDS.
FULL LINE OF ROCKERS, DINERS, ETC.
The Yale Furniture Co.
Second, rloor McXxityre 6a Harris X3Mlld.lrj.er.
Yale State Bank
W. H. LEARMONT,
A General Banking Business Transacted
Notes Purchased WTS Money Loaned
on Notes and Real Estate
Commercial and Savings
JAS. LIVINGSTON, President.
JAS. HcCOLL, vice-Fresiaent.
DiKKCTons: J as. Livingston. Jas. MeColl.
John 1'. Livingston, Jas. F. Ferguson, Harvey
Doings of our Vlllago Dads at the last Reg
ular and previous Special sessions.
Yale. Mich., April 1, 1901.
Council met in regular session
President Mann in tho chair.
Trustees present: llolden. Ilutton,
Putney, Currier and Wight.
Minutes of last meeting read ana ap
Committee on claims ana accounts
reported the following bills as correct:
Round & Vancamp $ 3 83 Dan McMartln 8 CO
li. E. Heard 45 li. D. Alien.... 1 00
L.& W. Board 146 00
LIGHT AND WATER FUND.
John Ard 3 72 II. It. Bailes.... 48 00
S. Curvln 30 00 W. Lefller 14 87
Itussel Secor 50 Geo. Mann jr... 75
A. S.l'arks 8 00 JohnC'urvla.... 10 00
Moved by Currier and supported by
Putney that the bills as read be al
lowed and orders for the several
amounts be drawn on the Treasurer.
The Secretary of the Light and
Water Hoard reported that he collected
the following amount during month of
March, 1101, and paid same to the
For electric lights 8243 20
For globes 7 80
r or water o uu
For Coal 54 00
Total receipts for month S3S0 70
The President appointed the follow
ing standing committees for the ensu
Hays and Means. Claims ana Ac
countsPutney, llolden and Wight.
Sewers. Mreets, linages, Maewalks,
Improvements ilutton, llolden and
l'ublic liuildings, Public Health and
Public (J rounds Wight, Mackmau and
Fire Department Putney, ight
Ordinance and Grievances Currier,
llolden and Mackmau.
Moved by Currier and supported by
Putney that the Standing Committees
as appointed by the President be con
The following appointments on the
Village Hoards were made for the en
lioard of Fire wardens-ii. c. Martin
and W. W. Adams.
Hoard of Health Dr. W. O. Wight,
Grant llolden and Philip Walker.
lioard of Light and Water Commis
sions John llaxter.
Moved by llolden and supported by
Wight that the appointments of Fire
Wardens and lioard of Health be con
Moyed by Currier and supported by
Wight that the cinpointment of Lieht
and Water Commissioner be confirmed.
Moved by Wight and supported by
llolden that the bill of L. Ilutler be
left with the Ways and Means Com
mittee for investigation. Carried.
The following resolution was ollered
by Trustee llolden:
liesolved, that Dy and under trie au
thority conferred on the Common
Council by Act 2io. 50 of the Session
Laws of 1897, that we direct the asses
sor to take the assessment and make
the assessment roll so as to deliver it
into the hands of the Treasurer May
1st, 11)01, for the collection of taxes for
Moved by llolden and supported by
Ilutton that the resolution as read be
adopted. Yeas: Ilutton, llolden, Put
ney, Currier, (4) Nays: None (0)
The president appointed Jolin llol
den and Philip Walker as the village
lioard of lleyiew.
Moved by Currier and supported by
Putney that the lioard of Review ap
pointments be confirmed. Carried.
On motion council adjourned.
Edward Andreae, Clerk.
Dear Sib: I received the trial bot
tle of your White Wine of Tar Syrup
which you tent to roy address. My
wife has been troubled with a lung
disease for more than eighteen years,
was pronounced to be in the last stages
of pulmonary consumption, fene com
menced taking your valuable medicine
and received relief at once. She has
used three bottles sinc and is now
using the fourth, and her health is
better than for many years. 'e
cheerfully recommend it to all alllict
ed with any trouble of the throat or
lungs. We now get our medicine
tbrough John Potter, our merchant at
this place. Yours respectfully,
Kev. J. II. Fly,
Hrookline Station, Mo., Susan E. Fly.
For sale by Staley & McKeith.
Pine Root Cough Syrup
Cures, or the price la yours. A print
ed guarantee with eyery bottle. Cures
old or young alike. Remember every
dealer gives a printed guarantee with
very bottle, 25 and 50c.
IRST NATIONAL BANK,
SECURITY FOR DEPOSITORS. $70,000
Patronizes Solid Home Institution.
Interest on Time Deposits.
All Business Confidential.
11. It. NOBLH, Pres.
H. V. FKAI), Cashier.
Director: 11 It. Noble. V. A. Grlswold, E. F.
Fead 11. E. Beard. 11. McNultv.
THE ELECTION QUIET
Only one Ticket in the Field in
Brockway Township and that
It has been a number of years since
Brockway township has had such a
quiet election as that of Monday last.
There being only one ticket in the field
(Republican) and no one running on
sups, no interest was taken, therefore
only those from the country yoted who
had business to town that day. The
total number of votes cast was 225, of
which there were 205 straights. Below
we give the votes received by each can
didate: Supervisor Win. I lodging 2'J0
Clerk Win. A. Cavanairh '2a
Treasurer Duncan A. McKeith '&
Hhchway Commissioner Itolit. Lllar 2J0
Justice dull term) W. II. lUllentine 214
Justice (vacancy) J-1 Patterson i
Member Hoard of Kevlew Geo. Walker. .. '1
school Inspector Frank 11. Newell 2i
Constables - David lirown, 'J17; Chas. F. Kmery
zi; a reujouey, nam cuKerton, vjo.
In the afternoon the following over
seers of highways were elected:
I Thos. Grady; 2 Eli Sllverfhorn: 8 Aslitou
Smith; 4 Albert McKay; ft W. If. Freeman;
B John Menerey; 7 Chas. Schutzler; H Alouzo
Del'eel; Solomon lice; 10 Isaac Menerey;
II Thos. ItoiiKhner; Yi Walter Cheeseman; 13
Calvin KiiHsell; 14 Chas. Wilt; 15 Win. Mod
Ins: 10 N. S. Counell; 17 John Cavanaj;h; 18
Henry lMdleman; 19 Hod ire r Welch; L'0 No
election; ai John Kavanauh; 2-.' James C.
McKeuna; 23 No election; 24 Stephen Palm
er; 23 O. D. VanSkivar.
A motion was made by Geo. W. Hell
and supported by Isaac Menerey that
the Superyieor and High way Commis
sioner negotiate the sale of the etono
crusher ut a reasonable iigure, which
It was then announced by the clerk
that the highway tax raised last year
was f-'GOO, and that Commissioner Ellar
had kept within this appropriation!
having spent 577.31). There is now iu
the possession of the highway commis
sioner two thousand feet of oak plank
valued at $50, besides spades and other
tools to work with.
For Commissioner of .Schools', St.
Clair county II. S. Campbell received
181, and C. J. McCormick 20.
The vote for Justice of the Supreme
Court resulted as follows:
Montgomery, republican 214
Adsit, democrat 21
Wexternian, prohibition 0
Hasterman. social democrat 3
Cowles, social labor 1
The vote for Kegents of the Univer
sity was about tho eame as above.
Amendment to the Constitution rel
ative to paying members of the Legis
lature a salary of $1,000 for their term
of office Yes 103; No 109. There were
no votes cast for the amendment rela
tive to the Bay county Circuit Courts.
In Greenwood township Albert Lutz
won by 23 majority; in Lynn Elston
Hutl'man recetved 3 majority for su
pervisor and Will Campbell 20 majority
for clerk; in Emraett Daniel Foley was
defeated for supervisor by P. L. Glea
son by a small majority.
New and Novel.
A measuring party will be given by
the ladies of the l'resbyterian society
on Friday evening, April 12th. lielow
is the invitation which invites every
body and promises an interesting time:
A measuring party Is given to you,
' l is something novel as well as new.
Three cents for every foot you're tall.
We measure you on door or wall ;
An extra cent lor each Inch give,
And thereby show how hlRh you ilve.
The church gets the monev, we work all day,
And you net refreshments without extra pay.
With lots of music, songs and pleasure so
We'll ureet one and all at our measuring
L. P. S. of Presbyterian Church
In Central Hall
Friday beginning at
0 o'clock P. M.
A Raging, Roaring Flood
Washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la., had to
repair. "Standing waist deep in icy
water," he writes, "gave me a terrible
cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland,
Neb., Sioux City and Omaha, said I
had Consumption and could not live.
Then 1 began using Dr. King's New
Discovery and was wholly cured by
six bottles." Positively guaranteed for
Coughs, Colds and all, Throat and
Lung troubles by Grant llolden. Price
50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
A Great Discovery for Cancer.
Windsor, Ont., Jan. 24, 1900.
Dr. C. D. Warner. Dear Sir: I haye
used your Compound of Seven Cures,
the ereat cancer cure and blood puri
fier, with excellent results. I do not
hesitate to recommend it for tne pur
nose for which it is used. Its ellects
are in a thort time so manifest that it
can not fail to give the best of eatisfac
tion. Jas. Cummings.
For salo by Staley & McKeith.
Stops the Cough
and works off the cold,
Laxative Cromo Quinine Tablets cure a
cold in one day. No cure, no pay
Price 25 cents.
We, the undersigned, do hereby agree
to refund the money on a 50-cent bottle
of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if
it fails to cure your cough or cold. We
also guarantee a 25-cent bottle to prove
satisfactory or money refunded.
Grant llolden, Yale.
WEEKLY ITEMS ABOUT THE STORE
On Thursday afternoon and even
ing, April 4th, we cordially invite our
out of town friends to attend our Annual
Neither pains nor expense have been
spared to make this the most successful
DRUGS. STATIONERY. PERFUMES. S
A Truss is a Proper Tiling
To have if you in any way need one
CtaThe kinds we keep are THE BEST.
New York Elastic (with water pad)
Hard Rubber Spring
Silver Steel Wire
See Our Line of Clinical Thermometers
One should be in every household.
CORKER DRUG STORE.
MATHEWS & WICHT, Props.
Painting Season and
Yard Cleaning Time
Makes spring hardware necessary. We
have a full line of B. P. S. paints for inside
and outside use; pure white lead and oil,
G-ypsine-Muresco water paint, etc.. garden'
rakes, lawn rakes,-paint brushes, whitewash
brushes and window cleaners.
Rounds & Vancamp
Successors to Fox& Rounds
Hard-ware azxoL ZPalrrts. "3T..Xj22, MICH.
To The Public ! I
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HAVINO purchased the stock or Shoes, Groceries,
Provisions, Etc.. of N. li. Herbert, we would be
pleased to have those needing anything in our line
to call and see us.
We have a fine, clean stock of Shoes and Groceries
which we would be delighted to show yon.
Our prices are right and full weight guaranteed.
Free delivery to any part of the village.
Esper & Burns
YALE. MICH. 8
Egds For Hatchings
From Ilarred Plymouth Rocks and Cornish Indian Games will
be furnished at reasonable rates. Local orders left at A. J.
Ward's store will receive prompt attention.
J. A. OAVANAGH.