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r s-yn r rr rr tt rr la tiT KIDNEY LIVERS VBSP Rheumatism Lumbago, pain In joints or back, brick dust in urine, frequent calls. Irritation, Inflammation, gravel, ulceration or catarrh of the bladder. Disordered Liver Biliousness, headache. Indigestion or gout. 8WAIIP-KOOT Invigorates, cures kidney difficulties. Bright1 disease, urinary troubles. Impure Blood Scrofula, malaria, general weakness or debility. Swamp-Hoot builds up quickly a run down constitution and makes the weak strong. At DrucsUta 50 cents and $ 1.00 Size. "XimUtV Guid to nealUt" free- CoDiulteUoa trea Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binqhamton, N. Y. Sold and Recommended by "K7m.. Lennon, IDr-u-gGTlst, Farm In I mi to $21 -.rr -X"NT YALE, MICH. YALE POULTRY CLUB rSS IIUKKIMCItS OK Thorougbbred Poultry. XAt cfrowlt la. Stock: Kosettnd single comb White Leghorn:), White face Black Spanish, Ail Connias, UedCups, White Crested Black Polish, Silver Spangled Hamburg. Single combed Brown Leghorns. All fowl on list from registered stork. Price of Eggs ami Fowls made known by applying 10 Chas. Tunis, Receiving Scc'y, Yale. Mich. pants" Made to order for $3.25. SUITS Made to order for $13.00. AVe make clothes from tliese. juices up, and the higher the price thi better the goods; but the cite i per ones we guarantee to m:ike tit and keep in re pair for a reasonable length of time just the same as o ir morn expensive ones. Dress Suits a Specialty. S. Windsor, TAILOR, YALE, MICH, We can Meat you in tin; morning, We can Meat you Just lit noon. We can Meat you for your supper; lie mire you Meet US soon. Brown & Starks. Beef, I'ork, Mutton, Hams, Sausages, Bologna, Pressed Beef, Tongue, Oysters. Poultry and Oanie Bought ami Sold. 2 1TEW MERCHANT jj "TAILOR. Having opcoeu ;i .i r i riiaii v jfj Tailoring I t : 1 1 1 i s i 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 . I am now pivpareii to n von up wuna m NIW SUIT 4 or OVERCOAT ft or a air of trousers iA right prices. Jf I am here to stay and will make 8 Jl il'lll lelllCll S I 111! 'f that will suit yon lent leineii's Clothing nt prices Jl I GUARANTEE DPUIPrT FIT fl or no salt. If you need any- 'v t i ii" in inv Mini irtvi nit' Montagit, Mich., Nov. 13, 1893. W. Windecknccht, a wealthy farmer of Muskegon Co., personally appeared before me, this day, and Bays: "That for the past year or ho he was afflicted with weakness, trembling, hcartfailure. extreme nervousness and headache? that he consulted with physicians but received no bene lit. lie was persuaded by a friend to try a sample bottle of Dr. Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizer, and he tayt the trembling and nervous feeling was immediately stopped by its use. Afterwards he used two bottles of the lame medicine and nays he is entirely cred." Jiigncd, W. Wixdkckmccut. Bworn to and subscribed before me a Notary Public for Muskegon Co., Rate Of Michigan. JA8. MOItltlSOX. This mtdicine sold by Grant ilolden, Yale. Grant Holden's drug etore, Vale. Wallaces, fi fl rail. I will do inv best to please yon jl t H.ATIR1DGE, The Tailor, K; I THE YALE EXPOSITOR J. A. MENZIES, Pub. Published every Friday at Yule. Terms: St.'Ki pur year In advance. Filtered at the postoITlee at Yale us second class mail matter. Friday, Apbil 2G, 1893. THE VILLAGE COUNCIL ASSAILED AND THE ASSAILER ROASTED. io The Yale Kxositor; The writer is not anxious to engage in amy controversy in defense of the i'reMdent and Councilmen of our Vil lage, principally from the fact that lliey are honorable, upright citizens who need no defense. Hut inasmuch as the Reverend Mr. Harrison lias illumed the responsibil ity of publicly denouncing these, our neighbors and friends, as being in league with the hotel and saloon keep, or and tho whiskey interests of the Village, and as he has unjustly accus--ed them of other wrong in this regard, I Hssume the responsibility of saying thut these men aro as respectable, as honorable, and as consistent in their actions as citizens, as the Reverend gentleman who use his pulpit and questionable eloquence to denounce hihI publicly belittle them. Who are these citizens who are thus publicly scourged ? Kor the year 18'Jl they were the fol lowing: President George Waring. Clerk C. R. Holder. Treasurer A. V. Ferguson. Councilmen K. It. Needier. R. M. Lothian. J. 11. High. Thomas Wharton. Wm. Andreae. Lawrence Rutler. For 1895 We have the same gentle men with the exception of James Mc I'oll as president and Frank Clriswold who takes -Mr. Anurcae s piace. These gentlemen were selected by the citizens of the village because they are men of integrity whom they are wunng to emruM wun tneir uusinees. Most of them have been here many years and if the Reverend gentlemen has discovered that they are dishonor able as representatives of the people in tho snort time that he has subsisted on the community, he has learned more of them than old residents have been able to discover in half a lifo time. These men meet to attend to the business interests of the Village for what? Not money, for they serve us from the commencement to the end of the year without receiving a single penny as compensation from any source. If there is any compensation attach ed to the positions it must consist of the good wishes of the conservative business men and fair minded citizens, and the denunciations, abuse, and fault findings ot hair-brained cranks who simply growl like the dog in the man ger, but who take no other steps to right tho wrongs they complain of. it is a very easy matter lor one to bulge out his eyes and look wise, swell up with self conceit, wrap himself up in his cloak of self-righteousness and expatiate upon the faults and short comings of our Village Council. Rut it is an altogether dinerent matter to be placed in tho position of these citi zens and dctcrnline just what is best to be done and represent, not any special few, but the people at large. Let us bo fair in these matters and give these, our neighbors, credit for being fairly honorable in their action on these public questions that they pass upon. The Rev. Mr. I'arkhurst won a nat ional reputation by his open and man ly attack upon the liquor traffic and other iniquities in the city of New Vork. He made personal visits to these places; he made complaints before the courts himself, and he took an active part in producing the evidence that eventually brought offenders before the bar of justice. There arealso imitators of I'arkhurst, but it is lamentably apparent that at least omo of these are seeking cheap notiricty by simply linding fault, call ing names, and growling. These are mighty courageous so long as they can confine their exertions to expending wind only. They profess to know that tho law is being broken, but they shift the res ponsibility of all active operations up on the wives and mothers or the boys and girls of the village. We are fortunate in having a Prose cuting Attorney who will thoroughly prosecute any violation of the liquor law that is based upon sulhcient evi dence. Rev. I'arkhurst, of New York, walks down the street, ascertains that tho suloonist are openly violating the liquor law and ho immediately gets eye witnesses and goes before a justice to make his complaint and have the oil endcr arrested or tho saloon closed. A I'arkhurst imitator mav ascertain the same things in the same way, but, if lie does, the good women of the vil lage or the boys or girl nre sent out with a petition or the nlage Council- men are ln'iateu ami publicly denounc ed. IsnotthU hvitoericy? And if so is it not more honorable to be an average rouiK'ilman of the Villageof Yale than a ranting hypocrite? I Mubmit that public abue and de nunciation of thee our fellow citizens, whom we have found to be straight forward, honorable men, is wholly un called for and we resent the attack made upon them. Yours Respectfully, l'KO RoXO Pl'llLK O. V'axti:i In exchango for a piano or organ lirst-class road horse of good size and sound in every respect. Call on J. M. I'almcr, music dealer, Yale, Mich. 47-IJ Fou Sai.k The store building oc cupied by M. Fitzgerald & Co., Yale, will be sold on easy terms or will trade for real estate. For further particulars call on Fitzgerald A Co. 4G-4 Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore existing under the firm namo of IOthian & Iteard is this day dissolved by mutual consent, U.K. Iteard retiring and R. M.Ixithian continuing the business. Mr. Lothian will pay all claims against the firm and collect all accounts due said firm. Dated this -'d day of Feb. 1895. R. M. Ijothux. 49-4 II. K. Heard. Successful Teachers. The following are the names of those applicants who were successful at tho teachers' examination held in March, 1805: SKCOKD OUADK. J. It. Allen, Smith's Creek V. K. Iloehmer, Anchorville Judson N. Churchill Nellie Ilitchings, l'ort Huron William It. Hunt, Richmond Mattie McCormick, Marysville THIRD OKADK. Alice Andrews. Abbottsford Edith Reebe, Capac Frank Rurch, Llaine Isaac C. Rurch, Adair M. M. Rrown, Yale Gertrude Rutler, Emmet Laura Baxter, Yale John Roshaw, Wales Nellie Clausen, (Joodells James I. Churchill, Capac Melyiu W. Cassmore, Smith's Creek Kdith Edwards. Riley Centre Mary Fitzgerald, Rrockway 11. II. Gardner, Marysville Olive E. Gardner, Marysville Loren (J. Granger, Capac Hattio Hayes, Yale Maggie K. Hill, Smith Gilbert Hand, Memphis Ella Howe, Riley Centre Winifred Hanshaw, l'ort Huron Mamie Kelley, Smith's Creek John Myron, Zion Flora E. McElhinney, Marine City Nellie Mccormick, Marine City Geo. H. McKenzie, North Street Mrs. Oscar McKav, Atkins Ira W. McConnefl, Memphis Anna J. Mathews, Rrockway Rose Nolean, Capac Marguerite Newell, Port Huron Tessie O'Meara, Capac Mollie Parker. Gardendale A. E. Parker, Marysville Willis J. Pace, Port Huron Amos Reichard, Yale Winnifred E. Reed, Yale Helen Rochon, Marine City Phoebe Roy, Yale Maggie Smith, Memphis H. F. Smith, Relle River Chas. Schurrcr, Lakeport Louisa Snyder, Marysville Walter S. Trumbel, St. Clair Ida Todd, Jeddo Roso M. Tice, Memphis Fred Wagner, Rattle Run Falsehood Nailed. An ill-disposed person representing another agricultural manufacturer, finding it necessary to meet and com pete with tho now celebrated and world renowned Deering Pony Hinder, has been busy circulating falsehood about the Pony Hinder. One of tho lies is to the effect that Nicholas Hayes, proprie tor of Happy Home Farm, had bought one of, tho pony binders last year and uia not like it, and that lie regretted buying it. The following letter from Mr. Hayes speaks for itself, and should silence the infamous stories of unprin cipled competitors whoever they may be. Rrown A Coopkk, Agents for Deering Implements. Rrockway, Mich., April 23, 1S95. Gents: As you have asked me how I liked the Deering Pony Hinder, I would say I like it first rate. It went through my harvest last sea son as easy as an ordinary mower. 1 have never told any person that I did not like it, and whoever says that I did, tells an absolute falsehood. Yours, Nicholas Hayks. Fou Salk. A second hand road wagon nearly new for sale cheap. With or without top. Knd spring. Call on A. Windsor. 48- W'astkd A farm team for which will be traded a 5-year-old standard bred mare 15 J hands high, weight 1100. Enquire at this office. Farmers Andrew Staley, of section 32, Fremont township, has a thorough bred Short Horn Durham Hull for ser vice. Insurance fee $1. 00. 451 NOTICE. All persons having any accounts or claims against the Village of Yale are requested to present them hereafter to the Clerk on or before the Friday pre ceding the regular meeting of Council so that the finaneo committee may audit same. Hy order of President. J am km McCoi.i.. Please Take Notice. The firm of S. (). Welch & Son have dissolved partnership and their books must be straightened up by tho first of March. All owing tnis firm will C lease come and settle their accounts y money or notes at their earliest convenience and save expense by so doing. Please attend to the matter at once Yours Truly, 40- S. O. Welch & Son. Virginia, Farms. Tidewater, Virginia, is now tho best place to go for a cheap home, either cleared or woodland. Good chance to make money. Any person desirous of looking up this particular location, located between the York and tho James rivers and about 40 miles from Newport News, Southampton, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk, one of the linest harbors on tho Atlantic const, write or call on J. It. Francis, Hox 77, Yale, Mich. 47C Free Pills, 'end vour address to II. K. Rucklen A Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are casj' in action and are particularly effective in tho cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable. They aro Suarantced to bo perfectly freo from eleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and liowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular sizo 25c. per box. Sold by (irant Ilolden. Druggist, Y'ale. A late prominent patent medicine manufacturer once gave his opinion that we couldn't make Brant's Daliam a great seller, because vre gave ich large bottles for the money, there wouldn't be the large profits made bj other manufacturers with which to advertise the goods. lie hadn't learned that quality and quantity are advertis ing always fully appreciated, as proven by the rapid growth of sale of Brant's Balsam, the leading seller erere where. Large bottles, small doses, quick effect, and 50 cent sizes at We Have Somethin Right Out Loud. It Has Always Been Our Principle to See How Much Lower We Can Sell Our O-oods Than the Other Fellow. THAT'S THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS. Our Extraordinary Low Prices and Honest Deal ings Are the Talk of the Town. Ask your neighbor who has had dealings with us if he is not highly pleased with us. We will do exactly niiaaV:HP?misV0U' nnd y,ou will have 110 room t0 complin of our treatment. Our Prices? which were always the lowest, are now lower than ever before. Read the list and call on us before buying! Men's all-wool Suits at .7 .nn Men s all-wool Clay Worsted Suits, black orraif, at $10, worth $15, Men s all-wool Cassimerc and Cheviot Suits at $12, worth 18. Men's fine all wool Worsted Suits at $15, worth $20. men s jinc imporcca worsteds and Uassimcres at 18, worth 2o. ln!n?irn!fM tlve fr tJ a comPlete line ' Men's Suits, ranging from 85 to 815. Don't miss an In- ffilCoufgS'8"e!vK SK 1 r t,,era least 25 ! ,ess tlmn 8ame Ta'"es Mail orders Receive Promut Attention. L Higer & Sons, THE FARMERS' FRIEND, jl ' I have opened up a new Department ot Buggies, Surreys, Itoad Wagons, Farmers Wagons Carts vtn ir are going to buy a new rig of any kind call and look my stock over. These rigs are nut tohVr hi? skillful workmen. Kvery buegy warranted to give good satisfaction, (iood goods for Vrmii money. I also handle mguer price xor HOUSE PAINTS, PLOWS and POINTS. Everything knocked down to hard times prices. Business done on the snot caihuvRtom Call and look us over. No trouble to show eeods. MARTIN J. BOURKE, OLD SSS NOTICK OK SAI.K OK IEKAI, ESTATE. State of MicliiKitn.Coiintvof St. ('lair '( In the matter of the Kslute of Ellain't h lleiU'l. deceased. Notice In herchy elven, that In pursuance of an order granted to the underiigued. William W. tirlmu-ll, executor of the estate of said de ceased, by the. Hon. William II. Itui'KONs. Judge of l'rolmteof the county of Sanilac, on the nth dav of March A. 1). !.". there will he wold at public vendue, to the highest bidder, at tu premises In Yale, In the eouiitv of St. ( lair, in Maid state, on .Saturday, the 'J.Mli day of May, A. I . lH-C), at ten o'clock In the forenoon of thut day subject to all encumbrances by mortgage or otherwise existing at tho time of the death of said deceased or at the time of such Hale) the following described real estate, to-wit : lot three 3 In block four (41 Keed & McNutt'd addi tion to the Village of llrockway Centre now Yalel with the buildlnss and appurtenance thereunto belonging, situate In the Village of Yale, Comity of St. I lair, and State of Michigan. WILLIAM V. (J KIN NELL, WILLIAMCOWINU, Executor of Estate. Atfy of the Estate. 4J-7 N Totick or MKKTIXO OF ISOAKIIOFKHVIKW. To all nersons liable to Assessment for Taxes In the Village of Yale, county of St. Clair, Statu of Michigan, for the year ls;t.-. Notice Is hereby given, that the Assessment Koll for the wild Village of Yale for the year lww has been completed, and that the Hoard of lie view of said village will 1k in session at Uie Village Hall in said village on Friday and Satur day, the ;td and tli days of May A. I. ls:r. from ! o'clock to i'j o'clock A. M., and from 1 o'clock to 5 o'clock P. M., of both said days, at which time and place the aforesaid Assessment lioll will be subject to review and correction, and all person w ho may consider themselves aggrieved bv any valuation of propertyas now set forth in said Assessment lioll. or w ho may have knowl edge of any errors contained in sjild Moll, or omissions from the same, or who mav have reas on to sunwise that, such errors exist, will then and there be heard by said Hoard of I'eview, and all errors found to exist within said Assess ment lioll will be duly correct ed, and all proper ty subject to taxation within said village found to have been omitted from said Assessment liU will be placed thereon by said Hoard of licvlcw. And such Assessment lioll. lis corrected and ap proved by said Hoard of licvlcw, and finally ap proved bv the village council shall I1 the Assort ment lioll of said village for the war iv.r,. iiven under inv hand, at inv oil 're in saitl vil lage, this 2llh day of April A. D.l.vr,. 1IENKY PEAICCK, Assessor of the said Village of Yale, Michigan. O UDINANCE NO l.. An Ordinance lielatlve to Urn Suppression nf Saloons for the Sale of Sh Itu-ou and Intoxicat ing Lbp'ors. The Village of Yale Ordains: That It shall be and Is hereby made unlawful for any erson or )-rsons, eomiMiuy or corporation, to use or occupy any bulMing or part of any building, or any room, or other pl.iee w ithin the corporate limits cf the Village of Yale as a saloon for the sale ot spirituous and intoxi cating liquor. 'l. Any ierson who idiall violate unv of the foregoing provisions of this Ordinance shall, tiou convict Ion thereof before any rourf of com petent Jurisdiction, pay a flue of fifty dol larsi.vn. and the costs of prosecution, and In default of the pavment of such fine nnd costs of prosecution, shall lie imprisoned In 11m countv jail for the rountv of St. Clair. In which said village Is located, for the term of ninety days, or.in the discretion of the court. In the Village lH k-up In said village of Yale, for a term ot ninety days, unless payment thereof lie sooner made. This ordinance shall take effect In twenty days from the date ot Its passage. Iaed and adopted this 24th day nf April lsa V. U.1IOL1IEN, JAMES MtCOLL, Village Clerk. Vlllagu ITcsldent. Subscribe for Tjik Yai.k Exrosimn and get all the news. Only one dollar a year. To say and Propose to Speak 1 Old le a full stock of everything for a general farmers' store and mv a Eggs and Good Uutter than any other store in the county, j also handle a full line of rMIAXCERY SALE. J State of fichiLMn. Countv of St. Clair V ss In the Circuit Court for the County of St. Clain in Chancery. John rrieiiAKDs. Complainant, Sl'SANA lu'NN and THE FLINT & PEIiE MA IH it' ETTE K A I LliOA I COM PA N Y. Dcfenduutsv In purnrCTiiee and bv virtue of and order and decree of the Circuit Court fr the County of St. Clair, in ehaucery tu the State of Michigan, made and dated 00 the second day of February, lxir, In a certain cause therein pending, wherein John lCwbivrris is complainant, and. Susaua lunn ami The Flint & Pere Marquette liailroad Coipanv ate defendants. Notice hi hereby given that I shall; sell at public auction, to the highest bidder,, at the f rmt floor o the Court House, in tho' City of Port Huroik, St. Clair Countv, and State of Michigan, said court house being the place for holding the-Circuit Court for said comity, on Tuesday. the With day of April, ixr,. at one o'clock in th afternoon nf that day, alitor so much thereof as may be necessary to raise th amount tue to said complali ant for principal Interest and costs in tills cause, of the following described nnrccl of land, to-w It : The west half tif the southwest fractional quarter of section nineteen, township eight north, range tlUeeii eut. And li Miking said sale the same will h olTered for sale and be sold In the following parcels, to-wit: 1. Th north half () of the west balf0)of the Sfiuth west fractional quarter U) of said sec tion nineteen, excepting thcretroin the riuhtfif wayofth Flint & Pere Marquette Rail road Company, hereinafter described. . Tho south hall (i)ff the west half ) of the southwest fractional quarter (1) of said: section nineteen. excepting therefrom the right o way of the Flint & Pere Marquette liailroad Com pany, la-reinafter described. :t. A parcel of :md one hundred (luOv feet in width lying fifty .v feet on each hUi of the central line of the Flint & Pere Marquette Kail road.a, surveyed and staked on the ground, and allocated and established upon and acros. the following described lands, to-wit: The west half nf the southwest rractlotial otirter of section nineteen, township eight north, ramre fifteen east, eoiitainiim Jliree and ninety-right oiie-httndrcdths Cl !is-ph, acres of lamd, Inrng the right of way of the wild Flint iS; lVre Mar quette liailroad Company. Ami In making saV of the sut premises aluive described, the s,m parcels ilt lie sold In the order named. In tnse the parrel fir tstrcels llrst sold shall not 1m sullicleut to ixy said principal, Interest, ad costs, then tle next re maining parcel or parcels will b next sold, in accordance w ith tine terms of saM deerre. Dated tills V-'tli flay of March. !-. ALEX MOOKE, 43 7 Circuit Court Commissioner in and for St. Clair County, IIAUVEY TAPPAN, Michigan. Solicitor for OHiiplalnant. 1)KOH ATE OKDF.lt. State of Michigan, County of St. Clair J ss At a session of the Prormte Court for said County of St. Clair, held at the Probate (mice in the city d Port Huron, on the '.'d day of April In the year one thousand eljjlit hundred and nlnety-Ovo. Present. John L. Hlaek, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the csUle of Thcron II. Weld on, deceased. 1 Thomas Itecd having filed his petition III this Court praying that the administratrix may I e authorized and ciiqiowered to convey certain land descrllieil in a contract given bv deceased In his lifetime to Thomas liced. It Is ordered, that Mondavi the g!th day of April, lsa at ten o clock In the forenoon, at said Probate orfliv, lie apiNilnted for hcariugthcreof.uml ills further onlcrcd that a copy of this order lie published three successive weeks ircvlou to said day nf hearing, In the Yai.k Kxpositou, a newspaper printed and circulating In said countv of St. Clair. JOHN 1 BLACK. (A true copy.) Judge of Probate. JiAKY F.Y TAPPAN, Atfy for Estatr. 4 4 WAY DOWN PRICES. LEADING CLOTHIERS, Opposite First National Exchange Hank. OT MICH. Brockway. L foKaSe&elf and bearing date the tJiird day of (Ictober In thn inW "r.,x,rd thousaml elghi liu i" red wid 11 nety-two. and reaorded in the ofVe Tof Ui Uegister of Deeds- for U.e County of St t'lair in the State or Michigan, on tlm foi rth Tfiav of October, A. IK. ibifij, in Liber C3 of .Mortgages on page aa 1 which mortgage was d, ly S bv rTVi' V- A.vervT inliiistrato of tl e estate ot said Lewis Potts, w ho Is now SmmmS Sural, Jane Hunker by an ln"?roiuelriM .Uite the ninth day of August . A. K wi wh ?K Instrument of asgniaent was 1 recorcwii ' in tii jflice ol : ald KcBlster of Deeds m.Thteleventh ay of August A. D.. ihm, in Liber ioot asslgi 1 ents of iufirtL;ageon page wi, which .niott'gfiio ?afcU,Bl.,l,-.i,1,1 afHB"ed bv said sirali .tane Hunker to The Commercial Hank of lrt Huron 'VJ,,,n,M,:i'tMf MstRiiment beandatenio tleyenth flay of August, A. D., 18!4, which assien ment was duly recorded In tho oflsJe of ?u pmver of sale cpnLtu in t e said in, tgage 1 as become operative, on which mortgage therels Um of principal, and Interest the mm of ten .S'o. -'tSuirW (,ol,ars W-Sx cents (l,0!.i.uO) and also an attorney fe of fifteen Jnotx'S 'IT "tat,,te n(J lso In sjud 2 Tli" 1 u , ;sUo ,s therefore hereby given that we shall foreclose said inortgago by selling tho 1 i n 1 1 J r. , 99 j ll tl" fro't nr of the City ; 1 ,l ty , l'ort Huron (tli.it being tho mid ng in will, the Circuit CourS for the said i!?i!'",7f t-.(J,iir 1 held) on Saturday the nth day ot May A. D. ls:i.-, at eleven o'eks-k in tho loren;Kiu.f thai day. to satisfy th.f amount duo on said mortgage together with saivl attorney fee and the costs of foreclosure. Said nmrt-'ago-premises are situated in the township or llrock way in said Cosnty of St. Clair and are described as follows: The South half of the North-East quarter of Secsinn fifteen hi Ton t ight North of liaiice fourteen East. I lated Febtiwrv f.t h, txn." 4n 1.1 TllEco.MMEIbTAL HANK, 1 W ivnv . ff 1,,,rt ,,l"'ii. V ii , . , Assignee of Mortgaicr. Attirny fr Assignee of Morigjce A Multitude of Counsel. The opinion is rapidly paininir pround that a remedy which has Prowl einCieI,t in the jiandg Qf t,1Q skillful practitiorr, a remedy pre pared by him as the result of years of observation and experience, for tho treatment of disease in individual cases, may if placed by the same prac titioner within the reach of the read ing public, be instrumental in curing many who otherwise have remained ignorant of it. "True "you say, "but there are bo many remedies, how are we to choose V Let us suggest one remedy for vour investigation. THIS COMrOUND OXYCSKX TKEATMENT of Drs. Starkey & Palen. t Write for their book of 200 pages, a Treatise 011 Compound Oxygen, with numerous testimonials and records of surprising cures. Hook sent free. Drs. STAKKEV A: I'ALKN, 1520 ,Ar5h.treet' San Francisco, Cal.; roronto, Can. Consultation free. Dr. Priced Cream Biking Powder WrM' Fair HlflicH MUI u4 DlpUm.