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Vol. XXXIV, No. 9 3 YBAR; YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, June 1, 1916 $1.00 Per Year, In Advance
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HONOR THE HEROES.
Yale Citizens Observe Decoration
Day in a Fitting Manner.
Although a trifle cool and bracing,
the weather given ub for Decoration
day of 1U16 was most beautiful and a
welcome change from the many cloudy,
rainy days of the spring.
A large crowd gathered at an early
hour in the morning and the line of
march to the cemetery was formed at
nine-thirty. The Clifford band headed
the line, followed by students from all
grades of Vale high school. The Boy
ScoutH in their uniforms came next and
the Sons of Veterans, members of the
(J. A. It. and citizens in autos and car
riages completed the line, with many
following on foot.
Arriving at the cemetery, the graves
of the soldier dead were strewn with
(lowers and Hags and given the honor
due them. The return march was then
At one-thirty Central hall was filled
with an interested, attentive audience
to listen to the program for the after
noon. Key. Mragg gave the invocation
after which John 1'. Sheeny introduced
J. E. Beavis as chairman.
In his own free, happy manner Mr.
lieavis made everyone feel heartily
welcome and announced the numbers.
Two chorus songs were sung by pu
pils of the Tth and 8th grades, and
recitations were given by Helen Palmer
and Richard Uradfield. Then came
the little elocutionist from the county
seat, Janness O'Kourke, who has quite
remarkable talent for a twelve-year-old
An original poem was given by com
rade Clayton which was amusing and
interesting to the audience.
The address of the day was given by
Shirley Stewart, well known, politically
at any rate, to many Yale citizens. lie
spoke in highest econiums of the brav
ery and martial spirit of those who
left all to stand for their country's de
fense, and his words came to his hear
ers with a power and force long to be
rememtered. He brought them down
to the perplexing present day question
of preparedness and while no one is
wishing or desiring war for our own
country, still, there would be the same
instant answer to our country s call,
from the men of today, as there was
fifty years ago, and the mothers of to
day would still do as the mothers of
long ago. send their sons to the front
with a mother's blessing.
After Mr. Stewart s speech, "Amer
ica," was sung by the audience standing
and the benediction was pronounced
by uev. ueacn.
The ball game at City park became
the center of interest for the remainder
of the afternoon.
Manv nennlft from k HiufAnr whn
have relatives lying In Elmwood cem
etery visited Yale on Decoration day.
Many faces of old-time residents were
seen on our streets that day. .
Business places and residences were
nicely decorated with ilags and bunt
ing in honor of the day and the Vet
erans still with us.
The cement walk in the. rpmotpr?
was certainly much appreciated on
Tuesday, especially with the grounds
so wet and muddy.
Saturday Morning Storm.
A heavy rain and electrical storm vie
ted this section early Saturday morning,
doing considerable damage. -The big
brick chimney of the Yale Milling Co's
plant was struck by a bolt of lightning
shattering the south-east corner quite
uaaiy. it was tne most nerce electrical
display we have had in some time. The
land throughout the country is covered
by a sheet of water and growing crops
have suffered to a considerable extent.
CAN BE PREVENTED
Yale people should know that a few
doses of simplo buckthorn bark glycer
ine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka, often
relieve or prevent appendicitis. This
simple mixture removes such surpris
ing foul matter that ONE SPOONFUL
relieves almost AN Y CASE constipa
tion, sour stomach or gas. A short
treatment helps chronic stomach troub
le. Adler-i-ka has easiest and most
thorough action of anything we have
ever Bold. Grant llolden, druggist, ad
avooa m. r. cnuncii
There will be prea:hing in the M. P.
church Sunday morning commencing
at 11:00 o'clock.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Iter. Vandoren, Pastor.
FIUST PRESB YTEM A N CIIUUCTI
Preaching next Sunday at 10:00 a m
Sabbath school at 11. -00 o'clock.
Evening seryices at 7:00.
Bible study Thursday evening.
All cordially invited to attend above
services. Uev. E. 11. BradQeld, pastor.
Unable to finish my work this trip
and win be in
uiou iaj nvia fell 19 till
Yale again week of June
F. C. Lillibridge
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The fellow who has to make garden
these days Is beginning to wonder how
the fish are biting.
INDIANA MAN'S EXPERIENCE
Frank Moseley. Moore's Hill, Ind
writes: "I was troubled with almost
constant pains in my sides and back,
(treat relief was apparent after the
first dose of Foley Kidney Pills and in
48 hours all pain left me. Foley Kid
ney Pills make kidneys active and
healthful and stop sleep-disturbing
bladder ailments. 11. T, Hennessy. ad
Last Day of School.
Hose (lOttsleibeti closed a very suc
cessful term of school in the Bidleman
district. On account of the wet con
dition of the woods the exercises were
held at the (jleaner hall. The hall is
equipped with tables, benches and dish
es, making it a very convenient place
for a Catherine of this kind. Dintier
was served to about eighty, also ice
cream and cake.
After the boys had dinner a matched
game of base ball was played. The
writer is not up on base ball phraseol
ogy or we would give the game a com
plete writeup. We understand the
score was 10 to 21 in favor of 10.
Prizes were given by the teacher as
Three-legged race Clare Thompson
aud Dale Kullock.
Hunning races Will Ovens, box of
chocolates; Alvery Collins, base ball;
Leon Bullock, bottle perfume; itutn
Bontrager, bottle perfume; Mary Phil
lips, book; Velma Bullock, yase.
Three-year-old race Myron Bullock
and Mary Donaldson. Myron won but
as he shared his sack of candy with
Mary she did not care for the honors.
Mrs. Woodard was an easy winner in
the married ladies' race and received a
cute little baby doll, which was cared
for by Mr. W. during the rest of the
Claude Armstrong won a toy umbrel
la in the married men's race and the
other fellows in the contest cast envious
eyes on him while he was resting with
ease under its cooling shade.
Uev. Bragg, in behalf of the school
and, friends, presented MissUottsleiben
with a silver mesn purse, ane accept
ed the gift in a few well chosen words.
M. P. Church Notes
Uev. Ciias. Bragg, pastok
Children's Dav will be observed in
this church on Sunday morning, June
11. The cnuaren are worsung earnest'
ly preparing a program for the day.
Kvervone is invited to come and see
what these little ones can do. Special
collection will be taken for the benefit
of Foreign Missions.
The Ladiei' Aid met in the parlors
of the church for work Wednesday,
1 'raver meetinor Thursday evening
under the leadership of Mrs. Lowell
Choir practice hereafter will be held
at the church on Wednesday evening
instead of Friday.
MECHANIO-8T CHURCH OF CHRIST
Children's Day, June 4.
Morning service, 10:30, local timet
Subject "Early Impressions."
Sunday school, H um.
Young People's meeting, 6:30.
Evening service, 7:30 local time.
The children will have charge of this
service. A splendid program is ex-
fiected. Our girls have been work
ng hard for this exercise. Let us make
them glad by our presence at me ser
vice. We should make this a lied
Welcome to all.
Eldred Charles, Minister.
Kvantrelintic meetin?s will be held
at the Church of Christ, Speaker, San-
ilac county, iour mues nonneast oi
Yale or one mile south and one and a
half miles west of Uoseburg, commenc
ing on Lord's day. June 4th. continuing
for two weeks or more. The meetings
will be conducted by Evangelist II. 11.
MrwIpv nf Ludinston.Mich. Meetings
on Lord's day morning at half past ten
ana evening at nan put seven, vajuio
out and hear him.
Mr. John Fisher and Miss Elizabeth
Armstrong were quietly married at the
Methodist Protestant parsonage, Yale,
by Uev. Chas. Bragg. Thursday, June
1st, 1916, at 8:00 o'clock a. m.
MIbs Mina Mosher attended the bride
and Mr. Hugh Armstrong acted as best
man. The bride is a highly respected
young lady of .West Brockway and the
groom a prosperous shoe merchant of
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher left on the 8;54
a. m. train for a week's honeymoon
trip with friends in Detroit and points
In Canada. They will be at home to
friends in Brown City after June 12th.
All Join in wishing them a happy,
Successful Eighth Craders
Below is the list of those who passed
in the recent eighth grade examination
held in Yale: Uay Alexander, Itoy
Beers, Lloyd Brown, Francis Breen,
Belma Bullock, Krwin Bartle, Theo
Bragg, Grace Burkhart, Hazel Clark,
Harry Cole, Ruth Campbell, George
C&mrjbell. Hoy Carless. Leo Dunuette.
Lulu Middieton, Floyd Morgan, Verna
Henry, Anna Hoffman, Mary 11 orrigan,
Nellie Huston, Nila Hulverson, Violet
Jacobs. Lydia Kennedy,Hussei Newell,
Marie needy, Leeta Koberts, Ida Rose,
Hose Scheuelbeln, Robert Saunders,
Mildred Tlce, Gladys Thompson, Ethel
Ullrich, Lydia Mericle, Elmer Carless,
Florence Lovelock, Frank Wei ton, Roy
Special Bale on boys' wash suits, $1.00
65c and 50o values at 89c.
J. I. Rosenthal
On account of poor health the under
signed will offer for sale by public auc
tion at the premises one mile east of
Sunnyside farm on Thursday, June 8,
all of his farm live stock, implements,
etc. Sale to begin at one o'clock p. m.
Usual terms. O. W.Bell.auctloreer.
Oliver Harris, prop.
YALE 8; EMMETT 6
Decoration Day Came at City Park Was
Best of Season. Large Crowd in
The nice sunshiny weather of Tues
day afternoon brought a record-break
ing crowd to City park to witness the
game of base ball scheduled between
the Y. II. S. and Emmett teams.
Coach Main had his bunch in the
finest condition and his presence on
the battlefield in fighting togs just
"Cabby" Was the Star
naturally made his team "hone" for
blood, and some of the "irregulars"
showed up so fine that they are now
sure of a regular "birth." With the
Beadle boys for a battery, and support
like the rest of the team gave them,
Yale could wipe almost any town off
The Emmett team was rather a
hyphenated affair, the visiting man
agement using many foreigners in the
line-up. Bricker and Dowd, star Btick-
artists from Avoca were in the game,
but neither seemed to come up to ex
pectations. Big "Jim," who has been
Back In '64 they used to consider it a
great honor to steal second. Jim LaForge
tried it on the youngsters Tuesday but was
nabbed by 20 feet. Our artist caught him
Just after he got up steam.
Emmett's initial sacker for nearly fifty
years was with us again, and his play
ing shows that farming agrees with
him. The only change we can see be
tween him now and the Jim of years
ago are the changes that come with
old age. He has the same sunny smile
but lacks his old "pep" and "ginger."
The visitors, to a man, were a good
natured, gentlemanly bunch, and took
STOP AND REFLECT
VOU who have settled in matrimony you who in
A tend to some day think of those around whom
your whole thoughts are centered. Think of the duty im
posed upon you to provide comfort and happiness for tnezn.
You Can't Provide for Them with an Empty Purse
Wouldn't it be wfce for you to begin tm save now so that
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to save nrach bat you must sere regularly.
Put ffur funds here, where safety and personal terviee go hand in hand
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Beadle Fanned a Few
their defeat gallantly, realizing that
for this day, at least, Yale was the best
The Yale boj s were all in the best of
form and played ball ervry minnte.
It wu the Intention of Coach Main to
(Continued on Fifth l'age)
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-we really believe that STOTT'S DIAMOND PAT
ENT is the best bread flour on the market today.
It is made from hard spring wheat. We made a big
"buy" of this popular brand, and while this shipment
lasts we will sell it' at the very special price of $7.00
the barrel. This is an exceptionally low price and we
invite you to get in on it.
Let your slogan be-Taylor's for Groceries."
Store open evenings.
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