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la the Bet Interests of the Community in which we lire.
IAS. A. MBNZIES, Publisher.
Vol. XXIL No. 2.
.).) ND YEAR.
YALE. St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1903.
Price: $1.00 per Year.
Yale Clothing House. j
New Spring Suits
For Men, Hoys and Children.
Well Made and Up-to-Date Goods.
The latest styles in HuU and Caps. Fancy and work
in Shiit.s. Overalls and .Jackets.
Everything New in Neckwear.
The Latest Styles in Collarsand Cuffs
W. L. Douglas Fine Shoes.
Working Shoe for Men and Hoys. Quality of
good considers! our prices are the lowest.
All Kinds, Every Style...
You can't have too many clocks while
there's a room in the house without one.
You'll find a clock here to suit any room
you'd put a clock in.
W. II. LCARMONT. Cashier.
JAMES McCOLL. Vlce-Prcsl dent.
GUY E. DCAKD. Ask't Cashlci.
Capital, - - S25.000.00.
This Hank ia under supervision of the. Commissioner of Hanking and Is regu
larly examined by mat Department.
Our lino consists of thn following: t'hampion Hinders. Mowers and Hakes
(iale 2-horae Cultivators, short and lo- : Nandled Plows, Daisy Corn l'lanter
Ilench and DrumboltS-horso Cultlvfi; -, Heed Mf. Co. Miorse Cultivators,
National WVeders, Spike Tooth and Tooth Harrows, Mooro long handle
Canada IMows, K. Uemeufs Sons r-i r. . . IMowh, lloosler Plain Disk Drills,
JIco,wer Fertilizer Drilla, lloosler lleet Drills. 1'lauet Jr. (Jardeti Tools, Shovel
Howe. 1-lionw Cultivators, Jem Wind Mills,
Jackson Wagons, Farmer's Handy Wagons, Capital Wagons
liufrjies, S.irries, Stanhope's Hoal Wagnns.'J-seatfd Democrats. Stoves Casollne
Knpines, ID and IS inch Disc Harrows, and anything else you may need. Call
and see us. Itespectfully,
Chamberlain & Montney
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Vr Wtt Imi-n itnf ?n a iwtiir linn nf WjiII P.iner iiml Win.
dow Shade. You will find tho latest design in wall pajier W
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in our Mock. Not a last year's pattern in the whole. lot.
are helling at the lowest possible price, and w
' J please! to have you tall be Corn buying and look over our
4 , w.1 - a wit ni-ii Liirn vmi will col'n mnTini' Iiitv5n (if lid
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The place the best of everything in their line ia kept.
Money Loaned on Good Papers-Real Estate Loans.-Ho Bonus.
We Will Purchase Auction Sale Notes at a Fair Rate.
We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits.
bet us help you save money. tlet our Savings Hook. Any amount received
and 4 Per Cent Interest Paid.
Mrs. Mary Taylor, relict of .John
Taylor, died' at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Peter Jones, in Vale on Tues
day. May 5th. ltttt, at the ane of H
years. K mouths and P. days. Cause of
death old nu'e. Deceased's husband
died about 13 years ago.
The subject of tills obituary wasUirn
August li, 1M7, in Ireland. Came to
this country when 1 years of age. She
was the mother of four children, Mrs.
Elizabeth Jones. Yale; Mrs. Julia Hel
lener; Win. Taylor, saginaw; Mrs. Sarah
Hutlon, now dead.
The funeral will In held from the
house Friday afternoin and the Inter
ment will be" made in El m wood ceme
tery. Itoltcrt Armstrong, living on a farm
w est of Yale, died at 11 o'clock Tuesday
morning. May 5th, from apoplexy, after
a hickncbs of "only a few iiours. Aged
7"J years. I months and i days.
Deceased was horn in Scotland Jan
nary 1, lvtl. lie U one of the pioneers
of Hro ku.iy township and leaves n
large circle of relatives and friends to
mourn his sudden demise.
The funeral was held on Thursday,
from tlieMenerey church. Elder D. Mc
Co!l preaching the sermon. Interment
in E!:uwtfd crun-tery.
Mrs. El!.-n cg:ite. daughter of John
belt, died MTV suddenly at her home iri
Jr '!i.om tduii-liip on Ti.esday. M iy
Ill ;it 1 he ft.'c nf ; ye;ir-. Thefuiieral
was he'd iii! TliUIx'ay I'mm the hoii-e
and I !(t- ii tei iPt !;t was made in the
Lett cerui tery. Eld r b. Cl.iri i.JVu-iat-i:,'.r.
A hu.-li'md and two children are
left to ni"iir:i tl." Ii'-i .f a hiving wif
:i; til kir.d i:(ther.
The Noted Revivalist, Rev. Francis E.
Smiley. Will Open Meetings In tho M.
II. Church, of Yalo Next Thursday.
Th churches of Yale having K-curei
tho services of Uev. prancis E Mniley,
D. D., there will ! iiiiimh evangelistic
meetings held at the M. E. church, eitn
. nienelng Thursday evening. May 14th,
and continue for ten day. Every per
son is invited to Attend t he-e meetings
I and a cordial welcome wid In yours.
The singing will he conducted by Mr.
j McKinsey who accoiiipaiiiett l!ev Sml
' ley. Koliow ing we puhli-.lt w hat is said
i of th meetings held at Evart, Mich,
! ;w published ly the Iteview, aUu :i true
, likenes of this noted evangelist:
"Alth.mgli the train was twentv inin
ute.i late that brouglit the evangelists
to us, and 'he evening was cid and
rather uiifavoranh lor a large audi
eniv. yet when Dr. Smiley and hismus
cat assj.stant stepi ed upon the plattnrm
to take eiiaige of the hpeeial meeting
imw to begin in our Village, they were
gn-eit d hy a gom sized ai il apprecia
live g itheringof ourcitietis andc ril-
i (U 'eo.e generally. I he meeting
Tii- hf;'
Hart v
lle,i nulv ,
!-i:-l .f Mr.
. di.-d Mav :
. nd Mr-,
id. having
Flax Will Fire.
What might have been a disastrous
lire was extinguished at the Yale Flax
Mill Thursday morning at about 7;:'.: I.
No one knows just how the lire origin
utcl although il ii thought that while
one of the men engaged in repairing
the boiler was taking a red hot rivet
from the tire he threw the burning cin
ders from the rivet and a spark got
through a crack into a idle of bhives.
It was but a minute when the entire
pile was all atlame. Prompt action
saved the llax company several thous
and dollars. The damage, which
amounts to less than a hundred dollars,
was caused mostly by water.
A little over a year ago the Flax Co.
su tiered loss by lire. It I hojed that
thin may not b'e an annual occurrence.
Second Anniversary.
The second anniversary of tho dedi
cation of tho Presbyterian church was
observed very pleasantly on Tuesday
evening by n nupjier and a program
later. The supper was gotten up and
perved by the memlers of tho Christian
Endeavor society, and tho low price of
liftcen cents was all that was asked.
In return a bountiful and delicious
supper was given which was well pat
ronized, tho society netting the neat
sum of .S37.50.
At eight o'chK-k tho seats In the au
dience mom was well tilled and Ilov.
Ellis called to order. The choir w hich
sang at the dedication and also
at the first birthday of thechurch.com
I wised of Miss Kadi Kapler, Mrs. Wal
lace, Me-srs Wallace and Warren, were
present at tins second anniversary ami
gave the opening anthem. Komarks
were then made by Kev. Ellis, who
spoke of the growth and progress of
the church and Sunday scliool during
the two years and the aid given by the
ladies' society und the two C, E. socie
ties. A duett was rendered by Mrs.
Wallace and Miss K mley which cer
tainly met the appreciation of the an
dience Kv Laird, pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Cioswell, was
introduced and he interested the peo
Die with a short speech Mr. Laird is
n thorough Scotchman and for all his
fourteen years in this country loses
none of his scotch brogue. Another
anthem by the choir and Elder Kcilly,
of the M. P. church, was called upon
for an address. The relation of the
Sunday schwl to the church was dwelt
upon strongly for the few minutes
given the subject find Mr. Keilly im
pressed upon his Hearers the necessity
of having a strong union lwtwt( n the
two. After the closing Anthem the
benediction was pronounced and all
felt that tho second birthday of the
church had been satisfactorily observed.
Dr. Warner Cornell, Eye, Er, None
and Throat Specialiit, of Port Huron
will be at "Tho I'ainley" Yale, the
second Friday In each month.
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was a success from the first, and the
people were not disappointed cither in
Dr. Smiley bringing his message of
good cheer and encouragement, or in
the singing of Mr. McKinsey. who ren
dered two solos to the satisfaction of
all, judging from the stillness that per
vaded the entire congregation. One of
the greatest surprises that awaited the
evangelists, perhaps, was the large
chorus choir on the first night of per
haps 75 voices. This wn a great In
spiration in itself and seemed to en
courage tho evangelists greatly.
"A large attendance is expected for
to-night and Saturday evening. (Jo
early and secure good geatt; courteous
ushers to wait on you, cordial welcome
to everybody. Lot the Presbyterian
church lie filled
"Ker. Prancis Edward Smiley, D. D.,
who is conducting union revival meet
ings lit the Presbyterian church, is an
evangelist of exceptional ability."
Wreck at Mayville.
M.ivvUle, Mich., Mav 5. Two men
were killed, one probably fatallv injured
nmlfiix severely hurt in the headon col
lision between pause tiger trains Nos. 22
ami 2-'l of Saginaw division of the Pere
Marquette on a curve half a mile east
of the Mayville station. The trains
might have Im-u teleseocd, with much
greater fatality, had not Engineer Kel
ly promptly set the brakes of the east
bound train. The trains were to pass
at Mayville.
The dead:
MOND. Saginaw.
(5EK. Port Huron.
Tho Injured:
Engineer KoIktI Campbell, Port Hu
ron. Engineer Terrence Kelly, Saginaw
(probably fatally).
Express A gei it A. O. Smith, Saginaw.
Mail Agent Frank P. Peck, Saginaw.
Mail Weigher Harold James. Jackson.
Conductor A. Ilazeltine. Saginaw.
W. E. ('arson, traveling agent. Port
The injured are in a hospital in Sag
inaw. A mistake in orders Is supposed to
have been tho cause of the w reck. So.
Zl wa.s clearly entitled, to the track, and
it Is thought that the conductor of No.
Ti did not receive the correct orders.
Doth engines ami the ma.il and express
cars were piled In n bad wreck.
Hammr.cks from f 1.75 to 12.75, good
ones, at W. W, Adams' harness shop.
Lots of these bright, crisp garments just In tin cool,
est and most comfortable? waists of all. MkIo right and in all
the very newest waya ami yon jttst cannot Iiml nm: c bandsomo
ones. Some of very fine muslin with entire fronts if all-over
embroidery and especially attractive and the vesting and
linen with tucks, plaits, and tailor stitching are neat and trim
looking. Wo have all sizes, and prices range from 50c, which
will buy a pretty tucked waist, to S.,"0, the price of our
mostA'laborato garments.
Send price you wish to pay for waist and your size and
let us make a selection for you. We know that you will bo
pleased with what we send, and if it should happen that you
are not, we will exchange waist or lefund money.
Spring Goods
Such as Lawn Mowers, Lawn Rakes,
Hoes, Spades, Shovels, Screen Doors,'
Screen Windows, Ice Cream
Freezers, Refrigerators,
Poultry Netting, Wire Cloth,
Carpet Paper, Building Paper,
and the
....Best Gasoline Stoves Made....
Rounds & VanCamp
Hardware and B. P. S. Paints.
Some Shoes are
good others are bet
ter, but
Are The Best.
Not because we say so, but you will say so
if you give them a trial.
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We have a new line of Carpets, ex
tra durable, stylish patterns and for appear
ance and durability they cannot be duplicated
at these prices.
Union Jranit nt. . . $ 2
Kxtra .Super Unions....... M
Kxtni mi per r,n
KUMermlniter - '.."
Tapestrv 05
Wilton Velvet 1.10
Wood tilling In oak 75
Hups, tx!2 1 1 x 1 1 - f 3 0" to 12T 0i
We have a full line of Curtains in the Mus
lin, Lace and Bobbinet at very low prices,
Wallace B. Ballentine.

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