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JAMES A. MENZIES. Publisher. For the Best Interests of the Community In Which We Live. . FOR THE RIGHT AND THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
V.ol. XXVI, No. 44. 20th YE?i VALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1908. . $1.00 Per Year, in Advance.
JAS. LIVINGSTON. President.
JAS. McCOLL. Vice-President.
W. H. LEARMONT. Cashier.
GUY E. BEARD. Ass't Cashier.
Most Jieauti t'ul and Valuable
You can save from
A 15 TO 40 PER CENT K
on every dolhr's worth of goods you purchase,
from us. This should appeal to your judgement:
Our best $20 00 Suits....
Our best 18 00 Suits ...
Our best 17 00 Suits....
Our best 15 (X) Suits ...
.. 15 30
.. 14 45
.. 12 75
All odd Suits at a price that will suit you.
Hoys' long pant sui - olL Boys' two-piece
off. Many of l . u at much lower price.
All 25c goods at L0c; all 5
at SOc. W. L. DOUG LA
$4.00 and $5.00 shoes at S
We havt sold a lot of go
may need and It will be to
:tnd children-one fourth off.
U at 0c; all $1.00 goods
: .I: SHOES--S3.50 at $3.00;
hut v ( ; i still find what you
a interest to call at the
J- C. HC I..2DX2IrT, IProp.
Hut it takes less money to tain with us, if you want the
best, than elsewhere. V jou want to look at a fine
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS AND'
you should visit our store. It is our specialty to show
goods whether purchases are made or not.
X-,. :RO"sr TTILIL.EIR,
of Dress Goods is usually most satisfactory. Your dress
maker can take better care of you than later in the rush.
Blacks and Blues are in great demand, also Browns and
evening shades. We are now showing the first arrivals.
Light and medium weight goods are popular. They come
in Voiles, Panamas, Batiste, Taffetas, Marquisette, and fine
Serges are also strong.
New Laces, Nets and Veilings.
If you cannot call on us write for samples.
O T) (TE T"T) (TD -T) (TCX O
THAT CURES COUGHS
Our cough syrup cu
cures are. only drugs t
con't feel the tickle
your cough com
ough?. Sonic cough
'U the tissue so you
1 ' the effect wears off
?.u !c. Not po with
Mathews' Qu .ick Cough Cure
It cures to stay cured, .1. cough don't como back
unless you catch more M. At the same time
it strengthens the thrc t, In Iping it to stand more
use and exposure in c ld weather. Every bottle
guaranteed to euro your cough or money back.
Prico 25c axa-cL 50c y
MATHEWS VVIGHTr &
f LEADING DRUGGISTS. . y
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Depositors Secured by Real Estate and Other Good Securities.
"ST O TJT C -A. 3ST S TtFe
A cheeking account will not only help you to spend your money economically, but it
will also aid you to save systematically. When von have a record of every cent you
pay out (which you will have if you pay by check) you will be more careful of vour
expenditures. A checking account will give you a complete record of every cent "you
spend. You get a receipt for each bill paid. You have safety for your funds and
convenience for your banking transactions. JPo.y 23y Cliecls.
He still prepared for death and death or
hull thereby be the sweeter.-
A long white streamer of crene tied
with lavender and white ribbons out
side the closed door told to the peouh
that the life of one within had finished
its course, that a family circle had
ueeu nroKen, mat earthly ties were
severed. Such is the inevitable. We
must all pass to the beyond, but none
will be more missed than Airs. .lames
h. JJeavis to whom death came neace
fully at noon on Thursday. February
About the middle of December Mrs
JJeavis was taken ill and so seriously
that for nearly a week her life was des
paired of, but, rallying with good medi
cal aid and care she recovered and since
has seemed to be gaining in stremrtli
aunougn siowiv. ai outlay slie was
seized with paralysis which affected
her left side and she gradually became
unconscious, remaining so until death
released her. A tender, loving mother,
a devoted wife, a good daughter to
those on earth and a faithful, willing
servant to ner ioru.
She was ever ready in all good works
for her church and its people and she
will be sorely missed. Wherever she
could help there was she to be found
In her lamily she was all in all.
Uuelah A. JJliss, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George JJliss, was born in Antrim,
Shiawassee county, June 18, 1S'7, and
was lorty-one years of age. In 1MK)
she was married to James F. JJeavis at
Aiunm anu tne home was made in
J'enton, afterwards moying to Detroit
where Mrs. JJeavis joined the Trum
bull Ave. M. F. church fourteen years
ago. Moving from Detroit to Lansing
she united with the I'resbytenan church
and coming to Yale about six vears
ago she brought her letter to this church.
Two children were given to Mrs. JJeavis,
CJeorgiana aged in and Olin aged 11,
who must now be their lather s com
fort, as he will be theirs'.
The parents, Mr. and Mrs. JJliss. and
one brother Dewey, and one sister, Mrs.
Leslie Alien, or I'erry, will mourn the
loss of this daughter and sister.
The funeral services will be held, on
Sunday, at 2 p. m. from the home, Jtev.
F. L. Douglass preaching the sermon.
CAKI OF THANKS
Ihere are hours that come into the
lives of some, when every impulse of
the heart is buried under its weight of
sorrow. We stand there today. Words
cannot express our appreciation of
those friends who have shared with us
me loneiy vigils uy me oeusiue ot our
loved one. rso sweeter memory can
live in any heart than the memory of
their untiring devotion to the one who
has Just left us. The waves of sorrow
break upon every shore, and we can
but hope that friends as true may
gather around each one of them should
sorrow invade their homes.
James K. JJeavis and Family.
Died at her home in (Jreenwood.
Thursday evening. February 20, 1(.K)S,
Mrs. David (Jraybiel, aged fil years.
The funeral services will be held on
Monday next from the house at one
o'clock to the M. 1'. church in Vale at
two o'clock, conducted by Flder JJ. A.
Sherk assisted by Flder (Jeorge Kitely.
JJurial will take place in Kim wood cem
etery. Deceased, whose maiden name was
Fannie JJallman was born October 14.
1844, near New Dundee, Out, and was
married to David (iraybiel on May 23,
1870. Fight children were born to
them, all living, Itosa Ann (Mrs. Ar
thur Cain) of l'arip, Ont.; William Wee
ley; Fihe May (Mrs. ISdward JJricker);
Nancy Odella (Mrs. Oscar JJricker) all
of (Jreenwood; Maggie; Edward Ven
dall; Alex (Jordan; and (Henna Pearl
at home. The family moved to Michi
gan and settled on the farm in (Jreen
wood in November of 1888. Mrs. (Jray
biel suffered a 6hock several years ago
and the second one occurred a few
days since, from which she did not
She was converted at the age of fif
teen years and shortly after coming to
Michigan united with the Mennonite
JJrethren In Christ church and has
since lived a truly Christian life.
CAKI) or THANKS.
David (Jraybiel and family desire to
express their gratitude for attentions
and care received from friends during
Mrs. Michael O'Mera, daughter of
Richard Jlerron who a number of
years ago resided northeast of Yale
died at her home In Onaway on
Feb. C, of this year, after a long strug
gle against the ravages of tuberculosis.
Fverything was done to aid her but to
no avail. JJesides the sorrowing hus
band, two little girls are left to mourn
her death. The funeral was held Sat
urday, Feb. f, from St. Paul's church
oi inai piace, anu the .services were
conducted by Itev. J'r. T. W. Albin.
Mrs. O'Mera was born near Stratford
Ont., in 1874, and moved with her par
ents when quite young to "St. Clai
county. After being married to Mr
O Mera they moved to Onawav where
they have since resided.
On Monday morning, February 1
occurred the death of John Downey
aged 78 years. Iast fall he was thrown
from a buggy and since then has been
suffering from the effects of the fall
nis ueain was caused by the injuries
he received then, lie lived 1 mile east
and P., miles north of Melvin. The
funeral took place on Wednesday, Feb
ruary ID, from the Melvin Uaptist
church. Interment was made in the
Alexander Fvans, living 4 miles east
and. 2 miles south of our city, died
lhursday mornincr, at the advanced
age of 7t years. His death came very
suddenly, anu was caused by dropsy
A wile and lour children are left to
mourn. The funeral will be held on
aturdav morning at to o'clock from
Sacred Heart church, Itev. Fr. Culli
nane olliciating. The interment will
be made in the Catholic cemetery.
William (Jlascow, living live miles
east of Yale, died Sunday night, Feb
K, lrom the effects of a paralytic
stroke. Mr. (Jlascow was C1 years of
age and one of the pioneers of that
section of the country. The funeral
was held on Tuesday afternoon from
the Yale Methodist Frotestant church,
itev. Watson ollictating. The inter
ment was made in Klmwood cemetery.
rranK .Munroe. well known in
Yale about fifteen years ago. was killed
in Detroit last Friday night by a street
car. He was attempting to catch a car
and fell, the fender hitting him and
crushing him terribly. Mr. Munroe
was a barber m V ale lor a number of
years and had his shop in the Cham
beriain mock where Knapn iv Sons
have their poultry ollice.
Mis. Charles WoodrulT, a highly es
teemed resident of Lenox died sudden
ly Wednesday night, of heart disease.
She was 82 years of age. Mrs. Wood
rulT resided with her son (Jrant, her
husband having died about a year ago.
ne is survived by live children, m.
oodruu and Mrs. S. llalsev. of Ya e.
being two ot them.
Yale, Mich., Feb. 20, 1D08.
Council met in special session. J. C.
Ilolden, mayor pro tern, in the chair.
Aldermen preent, Jtosenthal. Stev
ens, Staley, Wallace and Walker.
1 he following preamble and resolu
tion was read and unanimously adopt
Wii ekeas: It has pleased our Heaven
Iy l-'ather to remove from the home of
the Mayor of our City, a loving wife
and devoted mother; be it hereby
Kksolv ed in special session of our
Council that we tender our deepest
sympathy to him and his in this their
hour of sorrow, assuring him that it
will be our endeavor to lighten as
much as lies in our power this heavy
grief, knowing that He who doeth all
things well will give, in time, some de
gree of relief.
J. C. IIOLDKN, F. T. l'ALMKIt,
Mayor pro tem. City Clerk.
A lHO-acre farm and a 120-acre farm
wanted. For particulars call on or ad
dress , J. A. Itapley, Yale. 41-
jj Aycr's Hair Vicor, as now
I made from our new improved
I formula, docs not stain or color
Mhc hair even to the slightest
decree. Gray hair, white hair,
I Monde hair is not made a
Fliitdo darker. But it certainly
docs Gtop falling hair. No
question about that.
oi Tml c!iani,e ihe roor rf the hair.
t 7 3 fir Q
yoruult with tch bottl
Show it to your
Aik him about It.
than do m ho y
Indeed, we believe it u ill stop every case
of falling hair ur.lc3 there is some very
unusual complication, something greatly
affecting the n?rernl health. Then you
shou'd consultyour rl.yr ician. Also ask
him about the new Aycr's Hair Vigor.
Md by tha J. C. Ayr Co., towoll, Mmi.
Movements mil Duliifs of people That
You M.ty 1 Iat'it ta Know.
A. V. Farmlee was in Detroit Sun
day. Florence Simmons was in Fort Huron
Wm. Jieed was in Fort Huron on
Steve Windsor was in Frown City
on Tuesday last.
Jean Drake visited relatives in Fort
Huron this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Audrew A 1 ward
Sunday in Itrown City.
ynas. j'. x erguson, or Almoin, spen
a lew nays Mere tne past week.
n. iierneri spent Tuesday in
Marlette on insurance business.
Jennie Sheehy spent a few days the
past week in Sandusky visiting friends
Iida Haxter was in alley Centre
on Monday teaching her music pupils
Clara Andreae left Wednesday morn
ing to spend a couple of weeks "in De
Wm. Norman, of .Superior Wis., visit
ed his sister Mrs. A. tl. Fage the past
Lottie Langbridge. of Fort Huron
visited lale friends the first of the
J. Iv. Denton, of Iliehmond. has been
nere the past week on business in
Daniel McMartin has been snendincr
me weeit wun nis uaugnter, Mrs. An
John Newell, of Wyoming. ()nt..visil
ed among lale relatives and friends
the past week
Dennison McCall has been at Coleman
the past week on a visit to Mr. and Mrs
11. . Menerey.
F. F. Fead. Fdward Newell and J. A.
Menzies were in Fort Huron Wednes
day on business.
Mrs. Mait Irwin went to 1'alms
Wednesday, called there by the serious
uiness oi ner iamer.
Chas. Kichardson returned home
Wednesday evening after spending the
pasi lew weess in uetroit.
Hugh M. Ferguson and F. II. Drake
were in 1'ort Huron Monday looking
after the Ferguson estate.
Jas. Melrose. Hugh Fenruson and
r.an nerueri attended the auto show at
Detroit the latter part of last week.
Julia Menerey returned to her home
in Warwick, Out., on Tuesday of this
weeK alter an extended visit to Ya e
Mrs. F. It. Ueecher, Mrs. J.C. Ilolden
and Mrs. Dolph Andreae went to Mem
phis today to attend the County As
sociation meeting of the OEl.
Mr. and Mrs. JJliss, of Ferry. Mich.
were called here the llrst of the week
on account of the serious illness of
their daughter, Mrs. J. F. JJeavis.
Arthur.! arson returned to his work
as mail clerk on the (irand Trunk
Western Wednesday after a week's
jisit with friends and relatives here.
I.Ii Silvt rthorn was calh'd to Yassar
last week to visit his brother who had
been stricken with paralysis while in
the station there waiting for a train.
Fdward Newell was at Sandusky last
week on a visit to his sister who is unite
sick. Wellington Newell and Mrs.
David Welch visited there this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Uricker, of Feck.
spent a couple of days in Yale the lirst
of the week. In attempting to drive
nome eunesuay morning they were
unable to get through the drifts and
had to turn back after going about
' 4 PfR CENT IMIRIST f 9
j ON DEPOSIT. Wy
You are respectfully invited
to call at our bank and receive,
free of costtto you, this
. .First National Bank...
Yale, - Mich.
..Under U. S. Government Supervision..
I'Mi'- ,.,.. .,1. - U., Q
ever distributed by a Hanking
Cyrus A.' Hovey, of Fort Huron, will
be in Yale Wednesday evening, Feb.2?,
to address the voters In Central Hall
on the new primary law, and will ex
plain the necessity for voters to enroll
themselves as members of their parties
at the earliest opportunity. The meet
will be nonpartisan and the ejieaker
will discuss questions on the direct nom
ination system and the new law. The
meeting Is called for eight p. m.
Thoroughbred Buff Orpingtons.
I have a breeding pen of thorougbred
Jiu ft Orpington's which I wish to dis
pose of. For further particulars call on
inc. 41- Dr. V. A. Lacy. Yale.
KEEPING OPEN HOUSE.
Fverybody is welcome when we feel
good; and we feel that way only when
our digestive organs are working prop
erly. Dr. King's New Fife Fills regulate
the action of stomach, liver and bowels
so perfectly one cant help feeling good
when he uses these pills. 2.c at l'ollock
Hennessy s drug store.
Iliivin completed our stock taking we find a great many K
short length. of Dress (rood?, Outings, Fleece Goods, Prints, y
iuusims, im-ucucu mm uudiuuciicu vouons, rAC ve are
making remnant prices on these goods that will move them
quickly. If you can make use of some of these remnants,
you will find them bargains.
...We HavePIaced on Sale...
a large assortment of Spring Ginghams. If you like to do
some of your spring sewing early, 'you will find a
nice selection of patterns to choose from.
Groceries Always the Best.
Newell & Ponsford
Tho Stor Whin You Got Satisfaction.
New - Arrivals
We will show
Our new Spring Goods arc arriving every day.
a large line of white goods this spring in Barred, i
Sec it before you buy. We are still selling at cost.
Shoes, Outing Blankets, Coats, Furs, Under
wear, Dress Goods, Mackinaw Socks, Duck
Coats, Knit Coats, Kerseyl;Pants.
Wc have a lot of waists on the bargain counter
and less. Thev should cro ouick.
We arc still selling that good 25c eollee.
which go at oM
urt & Kerr,
TWO JTOTl 25 CEUTS.
Electric lamps for signs and show cases. Hylo regular, spiral and
special lamp. Electric Portables. Electric Bell outfit complete for
$1.10 including battery, bell, wire, push buttons and staples. In
the plumbing lino we carry Bath Tubs, Lavatories, Closets, Sinks,
Range Boilers, Bath Scats, Soap Trays, Towel Backs, Pining. Bibbs
and nil connections. All kinds of tin work and repair. Eavctrouh-
og, Hot Water Heating and Steam Plants. Furnaces, Private
Water Works of tho overhead and pressuro systems. Nothing
handier or better than to have a pressure tank installed. Can use
on any well and have as modern a house as where they havo niunic-
pai water worKs and equally as good lor nro protection and for use
on the lawn
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