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I GOOD 1TALUBB
Having decided to make a business chanee we will offer our entire stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, and FURNISHINGS
AT COST. In the event of placing this stock on the market to be sold at COST means a great advantage to purchasers. READ
OUR PRICES and get an idea of what we are doing. These figures will bring anxious buyers and move the stock quickly.
20 pounds Extra Light Sugar 0100 J
liest Table Syrup pergawon.... 10
9 Bars J axon Soip 25c
1) Bars Lenox Soap 25c
12 BARS CALUMET SOAP 253
Armours Tar Soap per bar. . .U4c
i airy Soap per bar U4c
American Sugar Corn
Extra FaDcy Sugar Corn
Van Camps 1'ork and Beans
9 Bars Santa Claus Soap 25c
9 Bars Silver Soap 25c
9 Bars Armour Soap 25c
14 BARS ARK SOAP 2&o
Van Camps (larg size) Can Tork ana Beans "
Vienna Sausage " .
Half-Pound Cans Choice Oregon Salmon each.
Pound Cans Choice Broiled Mackerel " .
2-L'ound Cans Corned Ham "rj.
One-Pound Cans Jaxon Baking Powder each,
Half-Pound Cans Jaxon Baking Powder " ,
Quarter-Pound Cans Jaxon Baking Powder ,
15c-Size Calumet Baking Powder ,
10c " u " M M
lOc-Sizo Gold Leaf Baking Powder !.'.'.'.!'..'.'. " !
Kiln Dried Smoking . per pound.
Self Binder Smoking .. "
Bed Jacket 44 44
Hand-made Cut Plug Smoking.. per package.
Cool Puff Smoking " "
Bed Crosa Navy .....full pound plug.
Up-Shot Fine Cut ; per package.
Teas and. Coffees
Mocha and Java Blend Coffee per pound package.
Extra Green Japan Tea 35c quality now.
Green Japan Sittings 1 pound package.
THIS SALE WILL BE FOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENT.
Remember We Pay Cash for Butter and Eggs. Bring them in
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
GENERAL PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
At home every night and until
train time mornings. When
in Court word left at the new
Yale State Bank will receive
General Work and Counsel
Given Special Attention
AT YALE OFFICE
Thursday, Friday and Saturday each west
-4ST. CLAIR COUHTY
PORT HURON MICH.
Interest Paid on Time De
posits. Accounts Solicited.
Ehas. Main, . Geo. W. Mcore,
WILLIAM It LACK.
One of (Jreemvood township's pi"
neers died at his home one mile north
and live miles east of Yale on Friday
evening, March 29, at the advanced
ape of 1 1 years, 7 months and 23 days.
Mr. Black was born on the banks of
the St. Lawrence river in the viciuity
of Montreal, where ho spent his boy
hood dayfe. Ueing aggressive and tak
ing Horace Greeley's advice he came
west when a young man and worked
in the lumber woods near Tort Huron.
Thirty-five years ago he took up land
in Greenwood township and has since
made that his home although he resid
ed in Richmond, Macomb county, for a
few years. His first wife died in 1854
and he was left alone to look after
two children Mrs. E. 1$. Fuller, of
Yale, and Feter lilack, of Two Har
bors, Minn, in iboo ne married again
and was blessed with four children
Alice, Will and Fred residing at home
with their mother and Edward who is
serving nis country in me rcguinr
army now in the l'hilippines. rvo
brothers Thomas Jilack, or Decker
ville, Joseph Black, of Huntington,
Out., and one sister, Mrs. W. U. r uller,
of llichmond, mourn the demise of a
kind and loving brother. Deceased
was stricken with that awful malady
Urights disease about a year ago and
has not left his bed since the latter
part of December. The funeral was
held at the family residence at two
o'clock Monday afternoon and was at
tended by a large number of friends
and acquaintances. Interment was
made in the Lett cemetery, liey. J
$. Keith gave the family consolation
in a short sermon and the 1 ale Ma
sonic Quartette sang sweet songs.
Mr. lilack had a large circle of ac
quaintanccs and was well and favor
ably known dv every Doay, an or. wnom
join in extending the lannly sympathy,
Having located in Yale am prepared
to attend to the worK of undertaker
and funeral director.
A large assortment of Collins, Cas
kets, Etc., always in stock.
Will bo pleased to do repairing
furniture also new work.
Itooms in the Dr. Ney building op
posite Masonic Hall, Main street.
DEAD or ALIVE
Customers can rest assured that they
will get ;i
CMC3 Cut and Proit Attention
If they louvij their orders
Tlios. G. HoMgii. Yale.
MRS. AGNES SIIIiLTO.
Died, at her home near Yale, Satur.
day, March 30th Mrs. Agnes Shelto
The deceased was born iu Glasgow,
Scotland, about CO years ago, coming to
the new world at an early age. She
was first married to (Jeorge Jiarber.and
to this union were born four children,
only one of whom survives, George
Barber, who resides at Wilmington,
Delaware. Some 27 years ago she was
again married to George Shelto, de
ceased some years since; and to this
union was born a daughter, now Mrs.
John Gorman. Mrs. Shelto has suf
fered for some years with paralysis,
the final and fatal shock coming last
Saturday. In early life she associated
herself with the Presbyterian church,
and to that faith she adhered in mature
years. The funeral occurred at 1 p. m.
last Monday, in the M. P. church, the
services being conducted by llev. Wm
Coulter. The interment took place in
Elmwood cemetery, where the body
was laid to its last rest.
Died at tho homo of his daughter,
Mrs. Win. Seilooff, on April 2:1, l'JOl,
Henry (lelschlager acred 70 years u
months and 'ZH days. 'J'ho funeral was
held on Thursday from the house near
' Drockway, and. the interment made
in the Moore cemetery. Deceased was
born in Germany and came to lirock
way township about thirty years ago.
lie I.as been a hard worker and seen
pioneer life. His wife died a year ago.
J'ivo children were born to '.Mr. and
Mrs. Gelschlagor only o:io daughter
being now alive.
The senior class will tako intellec
tual arithmetic this term.
There aro thirty-two in the U. S.
During the past seven months.
$186.89 was collected for tuition.
The high school baa an enrollment
of G8. The enrollment last SDrine wa9
We believe that Dr. Hedley will give
the beet lecture ever civen in this
place. April 17th is the date.
The people of the U. S. spend for
tobacco each year $525,000,000; for
Hour f 370,000,000 and for public edu
cation $175,000,000. Seel nearly an
much for tobacco as for both ilour and
Keport of attendance for the term
ending March 22, 1001:
High School umber enrolled, 72;
average daily attendance, G7.
urammar Department 2s umber en
rolled. 42; ayerage daily attendance, 39.
Second Intermediate Department
Number enrolled, 43; average daily at
First Intermediate Dept. Number
enrolled, 50; average daily attendance,
Second Primary Dept. Number en
rolled , 34; ayerage daily attendance, 31.
First Primary Dept. Number en
rolled, 50; averuge daily attendance, 40.
Whole number enrolled, 279, average
daily attendance 272.
The following students were neither
absent nor tardy during the term end
ing March 22: Ira llricker, Aggie
Henry, Florence Moore, Mertio Curleas,
Grace Newell, IJlanche Parkinson,
Uertha Carless, Franc Jones, Nina
Freeman, Claud Keith, Olive Van
camp, Lela Vancamp, Willie Menerey,
May Hoskins, Lillie Holbrook, Alex
Sayles, Charley Ellsworth,Carl Palmer,
Arthur lincker, Ada Iieard, Maude
Dickie, Cassio Ellsworth. Blanche
Henry, Pearl Holden, Lida Law, Hazel
Moore, Leslie Menzies, Koy Morshead,
Earl Mitchell, Lizzie Parkinson, George
Somers, Fred Currier, Willie Lane,
uraie Adams, ray Welch, Gorman
Ellar, Maude Clark, Clare Fuller, Lola
Depeel, Hazel Keid, Koy Sponenburg,
licrt Michaels, Walker Steyens, Ethel
Eyans, Olive Goheen, Charlie Keed,
Nellie Beard, Frank Michaels, Ethel
liaiientine, Baeil Middleton, Frank Go
heen, Ula Stewart, Alfred Pratt, liar
ry Paisley, David Law. Everette Kobm
eon, Myrtle Armstrong, Elda Adams,
Alex Adams, Carl Brown, James
Brown, Zella Butler, Letta Beadle,
Sam Eahelman, lela Evans, Myrtle
uoicomD, lsert Jackson, Clair Jardine,
Manei Law, .htnel Loree. Frances Lud
ington, Iya Mackman, Hazel Paisley,
Itnocia Unnt 4 l.,n,n U T V.
bloat, luisscl Vancamp, Goldie Walk
er, Ina Wharton. Kittie Weston, Dee
Weston, Donald McLean, Edison
Blakesley, George Beadle. Lizzie Wes
ton, Howard Brown, Loyd Allen, Iva
iioncen, ira Uoheen, Alma Walker,
j.izzie Mining, (ilen Jloadway, Cecil
r.naworin, Utrt JIieiman, Alex Lud
ington, Denzel Mitchell. Albert Me
nerey, George Paxton, Fred Paxton,
Lizzie Kennic, Lizzie Shaw, Willie
Shaw, Eddio Sponenburg, Mabel le
Scott. Harvey Sayles, Alger Strovel,
I Subcriljo for The Yale Expositor.
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SOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DEALERS.
Ill SEALED mmiS OHLY PURE AtlD FRAGRANT.
tgBT COSTS m MORE-THY IT"
Per Gala 'cjr Z-I. CELfiARTIlT, TTael.
Barbers' itch and sore faces are num
erous in Marlette.
Marlette children aro haying their
own trials with the mumps.
Lake Huron is open and the ice in
euch a condition that vessels would
Anthony Kecor, an old citizen of St.
Clair, having been a resident there for
the past hfty years, died from the
ellects of the grip last week.
Port Huron elevators contain 400,000
bushels of wheat at present. Enough
cars are not to be had and the opening
of navigation is anxiously looked for.
The late David Moore of north Port
Huron, carried insurance to the
amount of $11,000 in Foresters, Royal
Arcanum, K. O. T. M., Odd Fellows'
death benefit, and old line Companies.
Clara Langnau, a 10 year-old Port
Huron girl, took one-half ounce of
chloroform in order to end her life be
cause ehe had lost her position. Re
storatives pulled the girl through and
saved ber life.
While temorarily insane Chris Leix,
owner of a farm near Mayyille, cut the
throat of bis hired man Jacob Mooth,
then cut his own. Both men were
found in the hog pen, Mooth was dead
and Leix cannot recover. Leix has
been sick for some time.
Cass City has all been torn up over a
horrible tragedy which occurred near
there last Friday night. Mrs. Nathan
Townsend killed herself and two
children with laudanum. The rela
tions between Townsend and his wife
have not been of the happiest.
Report of school Dit. No. Brock
way for inonl.li ending March 22, l'jao:
Number days tau-ht, 20; total ntteml
hiico, 117..; enrollment, 21: averugo
daily attendance, ."!. Pnpih not nl.
fvnt nor tardy: Cn-co nnd Pearl D.irl
ing, Viola Hopkins, Llewollvn Rich
nriNon, Lylo, .May, Alice anil Eddia
Rutherford, Ida, Thannio and Roy
Harviy, and Marshall Smith. Pupils
earning diploma--: Pearl Darling, Viola
Hopkins, Llewellyn Richardson, Lyle,
May, Alico and Eddie Kuthcrford, and
Ida IJarvic. Sikie R. Scott, teacher.
Holds Up A Congressman.
"At the end of the last campaign,"
writes Champ Clark, Missouri's brill
iant Congressman, "from overwork,
neryous tension, Iops of bleep and
constant fpeaking I had utterly col
lapsed. It seemed that all the organs
in my body were out of order, but
three bottles of Electric Bitters made
mo all right. It's the best all-round
medicine ever sold over a druggist's
counter." Over worked, run down
men and weak, sickly women gain
splendid health and vitality from
Electric Bitters. Try them. Only 60c.
Guaranteed by Grant Holden, druggist.
cures Hacking Cough3,
Sore Lungs, Bronchitis.
Grippo, Pneumonia and
nil sever lung affections.
Why then risk consump
tion, a Blow, euro death ?
Tako warning ! Act at
once! Buy a bottlo of
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
a doctor's proscription,
used over 50 years. Price,
only 25 cents. Insist on
having it. Don't bo im
posed upon. Refuse the
dealer's substitute : It is
not as good as Dr. Ball's.
Salvation Oil cures Rheumatism
Achca and Pains. 1 3 & 25 eta.
THE KORTH END GROCER
is the place to buy your choice family
!9 Teas, Coffees
jj Tobaccos, Cigars
EuU'-r and errs taken same r.s cash.
Hoods delivered fren to any part of
Call and set mo
Reliable man for Manager of Branch
Oflico we wish to open in tlm vicinity.
If your record is O. K. hero is an op
portunity. Kindly give good refer
ence when writing.
THS A. T. HOSSIS WHOLESALE ECUSS.
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 42-12
Illustrated catalogue 4 cents stamps.
Dr. Fenner's KIDNEY
"d Backache Cure,
For nil Klrlncy, niuMrr Urinary
Troubl-. Im ftnrk,ltfrt DiMr,Rkia
lllnrt.., Khonmaltum, Bl Wi-ttinir, !.
Unfailing in Female Weakness.
Pf dcUr. &uc.K by mall SOcFmluoiaJt V.
GRANT HOLDEN DRUGGIST.
Get Ready For Spring Work!
Now is the time to take a look about the premises and
see what is needed to make your work easier this sprinar.
McINTYRE & HARRIS That's The Place
for you to ?o for anything in the implement linei
I NEW AMERICAN CULTIVATOR. I
New American (lsrc?SJK?lSR?i? SSb.nec.
Corn Cultivator, Fallow Harrow, Grain and Grass Seeders.
Fertilizer Distributor, liean Harvester. iStalk Cutter, Corn
and liean Planter.
McINTYRE & HARRIS,
0 En Bin won
IN EXCHANGE FOR
Spring Hardware, Tinware, Paints, Oils
We carry the largest and best assorted stock of the abovo lines in the market
and prices at rock bottom. Come and bo convinced, ltemember we take
eggs same as cash.
E. A. McPHAIL, Avoca
At greatly reduced prices and
with every purchase amounting
wo give you a nice picture easel
IT" TT" Tr
Goheen S Co.
can furnish you with
Call upon uo.
A, L. GARK&CO., omenis
Having h;id many years experience
as an Undertaker and Funeral
Director, I fuel conlident 1 can
giv? .siitiai'iiction to those wiohinj my
services as sue').
I carry in stock a full assortment of
"OFFlNS all prices.
Steel Vaults Furnished If desired.
Located in HcArtkr Buildii&
We will be pleased to greet
all our old patrons and as many
new ones ai will favor us with a
call. llemeinber the place.
Superior work and Prompt Service
We use no injurious chemicals and do
strictly hand work. Collars, Cuffs and
Shirts a specialty. Family Washings
also solicited. We call for and deliver
at your house. Try us.
L. Middleton, Propr