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JAS A MENZIES Publisher. In the Beit Interests of the Community in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLIC li I ART Y.
Vol. XXII, No. 13. 22 nd VB-At YALE. St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY. JULY 24, 1903. Price: $1.00 per Year.
Yale Clothing House.
I laving jut completed our annual Inventory of tdock
wc find we have lots of oill suits ami luokcn stork in
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits
Hats, Caps and Shoes.
In fact, all through our lar:e .-tot
that wc an roin to sell very
make room for our now fall stock
. . . .sec us for bargains at
JAMCS LIVINGSTON. PrcslJcnr.
W. II. LEARMONT, Cashier.
JAMCS McCOLL. Vlco-Prcsldent.
GUY E. CHARD. Afc't Chlci.
Yale State Bank
Capital. - - S25.000.00.
DEPOSITS SECURED BY REAL ESTATE AND OTHER GOOD SECURITIES.
This Hank is under supervision f the Corntnissioiier of Hanking and is regu
larly examined by that Department.
Money Loaned on Good Paper.-Rcal Estate Loans.-No Bonus.
Wc Will Purchase Auction Sale Notes at a Fair Kate.
Wc Pay 4 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits.
Lot US help )ou save
money. I let our Savings llook.
ami 1 l'erCcnt Interest Paid.
Any amount received
YALE CLOTHING HOUSE
J. C. HOLDEN. Prop.
PIONEERS PASS AWAY.
M W. L. Douglas Shoos.
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k - t your ni'Uiev
i-'.vervtliiii ' we si i!
1 i;l i
ut with our
Thoso Who Hivo Mulncd Mako
Our Town and Ihu Country Ad
jacent a Parad!r. Aru Crow-
lm: Loss L.ich Yoar.
I 'i tin- pa. -I lew years the townships
t j n t to l'.ri cl;v. ay have lo.-:. Many
resi'1'.-iit.s by lieatli. and as earli
i ;ir i;im s Mic or i:urc i t the early
M-tth-i s j a-1 I r:u amongst tis to V -great
U-yeinl. Ih-aliing what th.re
i.lil er have gi:i'- through wth,
each raid ei ry "lie of in uiio l.n-.v t-u-joy
t le eoiut"'. t s of life i:i a Wi ll s--t-tied
ai l li.i illy l.. l.nu.l, .hoiild
I io'.v with rceie:r. to the one V. !io
caiii- I re vl;e:i this si-etioii of the
-: i . 1 1 y u as a w i I r:n and n
out l-'f t'lei;; e, .1 s a Louie. Ui.ih r '
.ill ti e onva! :ii.s ii:i-:i!,!:t to I i !. r
i;"i.'s: r is e ii'e.1
!!. ih all- of tl.n e
i i .c-:i I roi.i I i a :. ,
lliii'i'i t r', : ! Lip.-.
!-uc In r!n n vcJr r.
i:e:. . ;-a v. :t ru , 1 .re':et .
,i , .11 t ! 4- c;ij' J )), i,i lr fi e
i r !Ml).o.,(l (i;iv i lll.tll si.e
1 .t!i r i.. rei.!s io !'.rt Huron
Politically lie v.a i a staunch Prohihi
tionit, ami was llie onlv person ia
r.Miim t township that Yotc.l a prohi
hition tit ket.
hnvaM'l was h.iru in 'an.ila ami
came lo Michigan ahout ;; years aro,
M-ttiim on what is known as the Van
slyke place oi:lh ai"l eat of '.ile, af
lerwaril - movinu' to thf farm w here he
ilicil. I mile outh ati'l 1 mile wa l of
lie was not an ol.l nroi. onlv about
'o ear of a'.re. r.iuc tif ih-atii. heart
iihxea-e. I he funeral was hehi lioin
jt.'ie hoi. -e aw Tlcir.l iv afternoon at
j one o'clock. Interment in the Moore
j v nieterv. A ilevo!el w ife ami a lar.'e
i circle of" friemls remain to mourn the
h of a kiinl. inltil.'e!it ha-lif. l ami
I re-ji"cu tl nciulihor.
i : i v.u-k Th"
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SCHOOL BOARD ORGANIZE
A Ceoil Stt of Officers UlcctcJ unJ Other
A H'e'-'in of th" trustees of yrhoi.J
oi tuet Nil. J. I'.r e!;w.iy tow hsh.p, w ...i
I.' 'el :u ri'i.Hi 15. !! ii,fit': i.!!:n- iki-
I ' nioii Il'iiel; on M.::f!av
i. -ry trustee wa i h nt
!!!., wa e i!!i tl to (rl. r hv
M. :m : ( v. I i.-. W.uht was
TTT t Trn
X1 U XJJUiHiTu,
A few factf and figures in rcganl
which means money to you.
to Hindcra and Twine,
V areadvlseil that you expect to buy a Mmler for your I.1 harvest. Will
you kindly give us a few m a-nts of your lime to discuss a proposition of vital
importance to you?
. IIav you looked the new "Minnie" over? If no, have you compared her
FOUTV Inch master wheel with the little TII1UT V-l()UK and T1IIKTY-MX
Inch master wheels under other binders? Did you notice that the bevel gear
on the "Minnie" is 11) Inches in diameter? Have you noticed the bevel jrear
on another binder, which is only sever relies In diameter? You know that
the master wheel and bevel gear elve i ., i machine all the power it has to cut,
elevate and bind the cram. Did you. r figure on moving a given weight
with a lever six feet long und one a lililj more than half as long?
Kemember, the master wheel and bevel gears on any binder aro the only
levers that gtve the machine its power to move all other parts, and the greater
the leverage the easier your machine will work and the longer it will last.
Has it occurred to you that If you buy a Trust binder, you will bo compelled
to buy the high priced, trust-Imported twine, as they will not ue any other
kind of twine?
Itemember, that on the "Minnie" Hinder you can use Wire (Jrass Twine
which is grown in inexhaustible quantities on our homo prairies, hence will
always be lower in prlcothan the imported twine can be.
W. L. VanCOMNT. Sr.
THE PURE KIND.
That is the kind wc sell. Wc have just received a
fresh supply which wc know to ho the. hest. In fact wj V
never keep any other kind hut the hest.
$ CORNER DRUG STORE ?
MATHEWS A WIGHT, Props.
A The place tho best of everything in their line is kept.
You will find n nice assortment at our store that we
aro selling cheap. Call and see ih.
. e to li oi';i- .Miu.er and tie-
!.ov. i,i;,' w :l a lit t hu -ha-ul eaui" ;
iv. n to-,vu.i!i;; ami : . 1 1 ; o.i
o;.e ii' ; t i; and oi,.- v:r :
t ius j l.ici . lleie thev ri s.u- 1
iT :-. ln.lii!;er of eais V.!.e!i tle'V
iaoe l t" Kou eo wh 1 ; liusSrii, !
i. l .1 ut v .'.'ti!. IsTt. W it ii a (; i-.:!v o; :
I nine chshiren s'.a- was It-1 1 to n.; altt r
j ami provide for them, but had the j at- j
isf.tetimi f knowing tliat each ciii!l
I appreciated her care by ee:int that;
I nothing was wanting to make moth-j
er .s declining years cuiuoririn.e.
ter a hard .stn!,'!e for hie Mrs. I.ucm-!
da Mi vder departed this life on Sunday,
.1 it l v i'.-th. 1'.' at the aire of r,S vears. J
The funeral was held Inuu tho M. P.
church on Wednesday afternoon and
the interment was made iu lilinwood
cemetery. Ih-V. L. ClarK preached the
MTinou and was as.siited by Kev. J. H
A larire fanulyof grown-up cliildren
are left to mourn the Ions of a kind
and loving mother. They are (ieorge
K. Snyder, of lloquiam. Wash.; Miss
('.irrie at home; Mrs. Sarah Kinney, of
Ureenwood. II. C; Allen Snyder, Hay
City; P. W. Snyder, Detroit; Wm. Sny
der, Hiram Snyder, Mrs. (iertrude Par
ent, It iv City, and Orvillo Snyder, (ill
The family desire through the me
dium of The I'.xpositor to express their
heartfelt thanks to the many friends
who were so kind and good to their
mother during her last illness and for
the sympathy Hhowu them in their be
reavement. John R. Davis
Died at his farm home in Speaker
township on Friday, July 17th, 11)3, at
the advanced age of So years. He wan
born iu the city of Dublin, Ireland, and
came t America when eighteen years
old to hew out a fortune for himself,
which he did, for it is estimated that
iu real pnierty and in cash ho was
worth about t.Moi at his death.
(mi coming to this country Mr. Davis
settled in Detroit and while residing
there married liliz.i McFaddeu at
Windsor, Out., iu ItlTt. Soon after he
and bride moved to the township of
Speaker and located on the farm where
he died, they being the lirst settlers in
Twelve children .S boys and 4 girls
were born to them: -Sarah Ilurnham,
of Worth; Hugh at home; .lames, of
Chicago; William and .lohn, of port
Huron; peter at home; Lizzie (iepford.
of Chicago; Mary, dead; Marv Ann
('D II, Kvansvillc, Ind.; Kobeft, died
VI years ago at Denver, Colo.; Martin,
of Chicago, and Paul at Denver.
The funeral services were held at
the speaker K. C church and the re
mains were interred in the cemetery
nearby, on Monday, July -it. Kev. Fr
Cullinane oihcUting. A widow and
lo children nro left to mourn t lie sud
den death of husband and father.
r . in tie
aid tlie me
Mi der.it r
. h i l.-d cicr
The l.i-v i
c'eui ! Y
i as lol-
D..-ee'..r II. 11. Meliep V
M...:-r:.!.T L. F. Vauat.,p
A or -Dr. W. C. Wi-ht
Trust ci-s .laiises Walkn c ami James
The Hubjeel of this sketch had In-en
ailing for some time, but it was not
thought that he was dangerously ill
until one day the past week he dent for
his son-in-law to bring his grand-children
to him that he might kiss them
gnod-hyp. At this time he told his
friend that he was summoned and
must answer the summons. Karly
Tuesday morning, July 21, WOa. the
spirit took its flight to the realms afmve.
Mr. Moody lived an earnest christian
life and always endeavored to wt n
good example to the world by walking
in the path of righteousness. He was
a member of the M. F. church, Capac.
On nmtion it was de. ided lo hein
She lad term of m 'i m1 Monday, An-g'l.-M
l. 'I Ins is o;.e wick earlier than
It was decided to put in a new tloor
and repair the foundation walls and
platform of the primary school build
ing. 1 he bond of W. I. Wight as assessor
w as accepted.
Director Menerey was instructed to
look after the taking oT the school cen
sus. A carload of soft coal was ordered
bought for use iu the high school build
On Lak San Claire.
Last Saturday Dr. W. (I. Wight, 11.
II. Drake, Dr. V. A. Lacy, James
Sweet and Clarence Drake went down
to St. Clair Hats for a couple of days'
llshing and boating.
When a doctor, a lawyer, a dentist, a
plumber, and a would-be druggist go
after anything they should make a
nretty formidable aggregation, and so
It proved, for 75 of the tinny tribe, both
great and small, succumbed to the com
bination of talent, and thoso not select
ed by Chef Lacy for tho delectation of
the party while at the Flats were
brought to Vale as evidence of the
prowess of their captors. ISesides tho
lish Drs. Wight and Lacy have some
fancy sunburns, F. II. Drake has some
choice blisters on various parts of his
anatomy, w Idle James Sweet and Clar
ence Drake are several shades darker
than when they went away, so every
body brought something home. They
will go again some time.
Here is an incident that happened
and instead of giving it iu prose we
publish the same in poetry.
A fUl.rliii.ui oil I-! S.U1 Cl.llli',
'limit nix lull- nit Iroin sliorr,
f'Ulii-.l li.tril litr out-, two, thru-, four hour;
ll) Mil' I'JT tl IWIlnl Mini liHUf .
Horn llnix Ik 0ti with ol.l dry l.ilt,
Some t i (ut In lili wild w-t
Id thr tin- iliy Iiiel t the l.sli,
I Im Wrl hail- lilt! jii liet.
!tiir tluit- i!iip (Ml (ti l lu-vrr rotii,
I Ik-ii dim-, two, ihri'- '.ts iv;
Tli'-V lnrll el lli.ll olil .1.1.1, ilry Imlt
Aixl wink il.- i.iiu r ev.
Ity hii' lv en cre.it Ma li.is -m l.nu.
Hunt live, l, -vrn nmiiiI Hellit,
.So iii. hi- lifllluT oilirll ll'ir tc',
Aii'l '. t!i ii I'til, dry bun.
Tli INIht iimii ih vi-rv V.V,,
A lot H-fN- I out ynoli n IIiii-
11 uolki- l tli.it MKtr lt I'IiimI lil.irk b
s vrry, i-ry nne.
II v nn' t-v Hi n h Im-s iii t m'.l.
1 1 V Rll' liy t'llll MIH' lllll.
Ami tli mi w.i Inn on IjiK Shu CLilrr.
'liout m in i It out Iro n tliorp.
Tin flsli In" plutiKf llk om in n! lirp.
Ami lli II li pullril llki li-li
Id- i.mnl ili.it ("ut inn" niilri an hour -
fH..t uikI fle I'U nit'ii
II" .lli (l III, ti l1 ImiiiI l fi-'-t loii.
M IV t'f hi" l'i 'I'out ni-vrii;
M.tv Im. If not iul!i'i out riulit 'inlrk.
J li-' Ii kiow to le 'tKiiit i-ln veil.
11 nu'tiy tlfy u!l (hut t. half out,
Ity aii' tv t In-v pull liini iiiorr,
A in I lk u t Uin t'-ll lour, R dil,
'JiiHit U mile olT from li ir.
Tli I.lmn Kiln rroisl nn pot m low
I ImmU llioy ru 1. 1 not pt;
A' il I htc Im Mty tlm rlrrr ! 11
W lira ho piiiifil out ttmt Ims.
JUST ABOUT BEDTIME.
Uke a Little Friy Kim-r It will cure
constipation, biltourncM and liyer
troubles. DeWill's Little Karlj Kisen
are dillcrent from other pills. They
do not gripe and breakdown the mu
cous membranes of the stomach, liver
and lx)w(ln, but cure by gently arous
ing the accretions and giving strength
to these organs. Sold by Grant Holden.
"1'inr l)ri d'ontft of Ht tnil."
A Corset Special
A correct htrainlit front, erect form model, me i-.im length,
made of line ijiiality of liht weight liatistc. ('ones in tlio
dainty pinks and lilnes that are so popular. Top is finished
with lace and liahy rilihon. This is one of the hest'mail order
specials ever ollct i-i!.
UK SI' UK and send your size, as!; for No. 11'.'. and cnclosi?
7c for postaire. Order today.
Are indisponsiblo on tho farm, especially if
you keep a number cf cows. We keep both,
and if you will only take time to call we will
give vou a good price on both. Now is a
good time to buy.
Don't let the bugs eat your potato vines. Ex
terminate them by using paris green pur
chased at our store. It kills every time.
Rounds & VanCamp
..Comfortable Summer Wear..
The best values we have
ever shown for the money.
H. C. MARTIN
Early Summer Sale
Tho following arc a few of the many harains wo aro
ofTcrinj; you this season:
Mcent value for 89c
S cent value for 19o
'JO cent value for lSc
15 cent value for 9c
23 cent Muslin for - 12
1.1 cent Muslin for Iks
5 cent Muslin for . 3Jc
Silk Waists -?7.00 and K..0O values for $2 3
tS.OO Wool Waist 2 00
75c all wool Ingrain for 60c
23c cotton and wool - 22o
&0c stair Carpet - 30o
75c remnant for - 35c
Wallace B. Ballentine,