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JAS.A. MENZIES, Publiiher. In the Bet Interest of the Community in which we lire. FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLIC N PARTY.
: Vol. XXIV, No. 5. 24th Y.t YALE. St. Olair County. Mich.. FRIDAY. MAY 26, 1905. Price: $1.00 per Year.
New Spring Stock
a In Men's Clothing
Elegant Styles from $10.00 to $18.00.
Thirty-five dozen new shirts in various styles dress .and
working shirts price 50c to $1.00.
Big Lino of New Spring Hats. New Overalls and Jackets.
New Neckwear and Collars. Kneo pants in all sizes from
3 to 17 years. Many styles in working shoes from $1.50
to 2.75. These are exceptionally good values. None bet
ter on the market.
In fine shoes there are none that compare with tho
W. Xu nDO-CTGrX-S
at 83.50. ' Wo have a number of new styles to show you.
Other makes in fine shoes at 2.00 to $2.50. See us for
your money's worth.
YALE CLOTHING HOUSE,
J. C. HOLDEN. Prop.
jgjj in any tool that you have to. work with and want pjj
10 good and sharp is going to keep you in good tern- f3,
E3! per, isn't it? Wo sell tho best goods we can buy H
S3 that's why we have so many customers with a fj
jgj good temper. Only good solid goods sold here. jgf
I CHAS. ZSOTJiTOS,
P?J THE CUTLERY MAN. -2A.XjX:, IwCICKC.
They Keep Good Time...
Any watch or clock bought at my storo is guaranteed
to keep good time. If it is not right bring it back and I
' will mako it right. Tho largest stock of good Jewelry
and Silverware ever shown in Yale can bo found here.
L. ROY FULLER,
3 ( jll
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Beef, Wine & Iron? V
t CORNER DRUG STORE
is one of which we are
justly proud. Work in this
line is performed accurately.
Let us till your family pre
scriptions. Have you tried
It is a valuable Tonic and Restorative For Invalids Conval
escents and Patients Suffering from General Debility
Loss of Appetite, Etc.. and is prepared by us.
MATHEWS & WIGHT, Props.
JAMES LIVINGSTON. President. JAMES McCOLL, Vice-President
W. H. LEARMONT. Cashier. GUY E. BEARD. Ass't Cashier.
Yale State Bank
Capita!. - - $25,000.00.
DEPOSITS SECURED BY REAL ESTATE AND OTHER GOOD SECURETIES.
This Hank is under supervision of the Commissioner of Nanking and is regu
larly examined by that Department.
Money Loaned on Good Paper.-Real Estate Loans.-No Bonus.
Wo Will Purchase Auction Sale Notes at a Fair Rate.
We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits.
Let us help you save money. Get our Savings Hook. Any amount received
and 4 Per Cent Interest Paid.
Patriotic communities should remem
ber their soldier dead and honor the
living heroes who glorified American
character and gave to boasted Ameri
can freedom a new and nobler meaning.
Ye are sure the citizens of Yale are
not indilTerent to their duty in regards
to the observance of Decoration day
but are willing to do their part. The
(J Alt ably assisted by the public school
scholars takes the lead in decoration
day observances and when that organi
zation is "mustered out," as it must be
in a few years, there is hope that the
sons and daughters will not neglect this
annual ceremonial so full of beauty
The first official observances of May
30 as a day for tho decoration of the
graves of the Union dead followed a
proclamation issued Jrom the head
quarters of the ( J rand Army of tin
Republic on May r, lhCS, by (Jen. John
A. Logan, commander in chief and is
now observed by the people of this
country north and south. Therefore
let us do all we can to honor not only
our soldier dead but also those dear to
us who have fallen in the no less san
guinary battles of life.
(iath'T tho airland rare to-ilny:
Siiow whit roses an J roses rod ;
CatlH-r the fair st flowers of May.
II enp them up on the heaps of Hay.
(ilad Jen the praveti of the nohlo dead.
Following is the program for Decora
(JAIl and school children meet at
corner of Mechanic and Jones street
and march to cemetery headed by Yale
'At the cemetery the various soldiers'
graves will be decorated by the several
school trrades. assisted by the (JAK. A
suitable progran has been arranged
along this line which will be conducted
by the teachers and members of (J AH.
AFTKRXOON KX KKCISKS.
The exercises of the afternoon will
becrin at 2:00 sharp in Central Hall.
Following is the urogram:
Invocation Hev. A. E. Miller.
Address Hev. H. Ileicke
Piano Duett Jean Drake and
Visions of War Alex Sayles.
Address Prof. C. E. Kellogg.
Lincoln's Gettvsbure Speech
Address.' Hev. J. A. Thompson.
Uenediction ..Hev. A. E. Miller.
INTtRESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE.
The following program was rendered
at the regular meeting of the Atheneum
Society last Friday evening.
Selections on (Jraphophone.
Instrumental Solo.... George Windsor
Debate "Resolved that the Indians
were mistreated by the white men"
Afkirmativk Loyd McCall, Ethel
Sweet, Pearl Fletcher, Jean Drake.
Nkoative Ventry Hisey, Ima Whar
ton, Mamie Haxter, George Windsor.
Selections on (Jraphophone.
Character Sketch, Joseph (J. Cannon,
Instrumental Solo Nellie Heard
The aflirmative side of the debate
won out by a- vote of 2 to 1. It
was closely contested and exceedingly
An admission fee of 10 cents was
charged to pay the rental of the Ster
ling piano lately installed in thelligh
Hoom. The next meeting will be held
on Friday evening, June 2. ,
MONTHLY MISSIONARY MEETING.
KARL LOKKK, LEADER.
The monthly missionary meeting of
the YISCE of the Presbyterian church
will be held in the church next Sunday
evening at 7:30, when the following
program will be given :
Song service, led by a chorus choir.
Scripture reading.,.. Lillian McKenzie
Prayer J. A. Hennessy
Heading "Foreigners in tho United
States" Hlanch Parkinson
Missionary exercise by eight young
ladies illustrating JJishop Jleber's
great hymn "From Greenland's Icy
Heading -The Missionary's Dream,
The new discovery called HEAVE O
for heaves, distemper and coughs is a
big iuccepn. If yon have occasion to
use ft preparation of that kiod do not
neglect getting HEAVE-O. This new
dincoyery is only for heaves, corons
ant risTEMrER. Its remarkable results
haye proven its fuperiority. Price 60
cents. Pollock A llennessy.
f Re still prepared for death and death or
V life shall thereby be the sweeter. V
Joe Middleton, aged 48 yeard, 4
months and 2 days died at his farm
home in the township of Lyun, Sunday
morning, May 21st, l.Kir. The funeral
was held at the West Hrockway M. P.
church Wednesday afternoon at 2:00
o clock and the interment was made In
Elmwood cemetery. Hev. A. E. Miller
Deceased was born in the township
of Hrockway December 25, 1H.7, and
has lived in that neighborhood ever
since. lie was one ot a family of
boys and 3 girls, the living brothers are
George, Hobert. James and Doughty
and one sister Mrs. Elizabeth Thomp
son. His first wife, whose maiden
name was Kate Johnson, died nine
years ago leaving a family of four
children. He was married a second
time to Delia Clark who with three
children survive him.
During his lifetime he accumulated
a line property of 1 10 acres well stock
ed. Only about a jear ago he erected
a beautilul residence on his iarm in
Lynn but has not been allowed to re
main and enjoy the comforts of it. He
was always a hardworking, industrious
man. respected by a largo circle of
friends and neighbors, lie was a mem
ber,of Lynn Tent KOTMM holding a
policy of 8HXX) in this order. Hesides
this society he held membership in
Hanner Grange of Hrockway.
The Expositor joins with a large
number of friends and relatives in ex
tending sympathy to the wife and
children in their bereavement.
Uenjamin Anger, for many years a
resident of the vicinity of Yale, died at
his home at Twining, .Mien., mursaay
morning May 18. r.K).. The body was
brought to ale and the funeral obse
quies held from the M. 1. church
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock and
the interment made in fc,imwoou ceme
terv. Elder L. Clark officiating.
Mr. Anger was born in Canada May
14, 1837. Was married to Sarah Clark
when he was 28 years of age, seven
sons being born to them. Those living
are Heuben, Doss, Henjamin, Irank
and Will of Twining, and Mont of
laie. The mother died three years
ago the 11th of November last.
In lHTht Mr. Anger with his wife and
family came to Michigan and located
at Dryden, Lapeer county, where they
remained for live years, then moving
to this neighborhood following the
vocation of farming until he moved to
Twining nearly two years ago.
Deceased held many warm friends
among his .acquaintances and it is with
regret they learn or his death.
Resolutions of Condolence.
Where a 8, The Supreme Master of
the Universe in His infinite power has
seen lit to remove from our midst our
beloved brother, Joseph Middleton, and
Whereas, the pleasant and fraternal
relations long held by the deceased with
the members of our Grange render it
proper that we should place upon record
our appreciation of his worth as a true
lnend and brother, therelore be it
Hesolveh, That by the death of
Hrother Middleton our Grange loses a
faithful and worthy brother and his
family a loving husband and a kind
father; and be it further
Hesolved, That our charter be prop
erly draped for the period of sixty days.
.Aim ue ii aiso
Hesolvei, That a copy of these res
olutions be sent to the bereaved family,
entered in the minutes of Hanner
Grance, No. M50, P. of H and publish
ed in the Yale Expositor.
m. (. Jiidieman,
NEW GAME LAW.
The new game law will permit spring
duck shooting from March loth to
pril 10th: fall shooting Sept. 1st to
Jan. loth. No quail shooting until
WO". Deer hunters two each: outside
hunters to pay 825 and allowed to tx
The closed season for milliners is all
the year 'round. A milliner who puts
a bird's, plumage on a hat, or a person
who wears it, is subject to heavy pun
Carii of Thanks. Mrs. C. W. Gar-
liner and children desire to express their
thanks to the neighbors and friends for
the many kind acts and sympathy dur
ing the sickness and after the death of
husband and father.
Every cloth suit in the store
is on sale at a very low price.
There are all sizes, all colors;
the materials are choicest and
styles newest. Mail orders
Port Huron Mich.
Covert jacket Sale.
More of the Covert Jackets that the trade can't get
through talking about.
$18.50, 812.50, $10.50 Jackets at $7.50.
10.00, $0.00, SS.50 Jackets $0.50.
7.50 and $0.50 Jackets at $5.00.
$5.85 Jackets at $4.25.
$5.00 and $5.50 Jackets at $3.'J5.
Clcariug Sale on all Suits.
A Great Opportunity for Hargains.
Send to us for your Graduating Gowns, also for
White Silk Gloves, Belts, Fans, Sash liibbon, and Fine
Lingerie to wear with tho gowns.
Wc sell the McCall Patterns.
The Ballentine Dry Goods Company.
Port X-Z'j.roi. 2lcl-..
Having purchased Mr. Griswold's interest in the
firm of Griswold & Newell, wo will continuo in tho
same old stand. Wo will endeavor to cater to your
wants in a way that will plcaso and satisfy you.
Our prices will bo as low as tho lowest, and quality
will always bo first considered. Wo extend to every
ono a cordial invitation to como and trade with us,
and will assure you courteous treatment and prompt
service. 'Phono us your order or drop in and leave
it and wo will do the rest.
Goods Promptly DeliTcred. Phone 28.
Newell & Miller.
For everything in the Hardware Line.
New Goods Fair Dealing Right Prices
Universal Bread Makers