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Mr. P. W. Hebebrand, Prts. Ohio
IN'pe Covering Co., Cleveland, Ohio,
says: "I am satisfied Dr. Miles' Nerv
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wreck and unable to attend to my
business. Doctors failed to benefit
me and I decided to try Dr. Miles'
Nervine. It gave me prompt relief
and finally effected a complete cure.
i am in good health now and have
gained several pounds in flesh."
is sold by all drurjjists on guarantee,
first bottle benefits or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
Ill effect Oct. 10,1838.
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DR. W. C. WALKER,
The Eminent Physician and Sur
geon, of Detroit, Mich., Form
erly of Now York, Will Make
the following Regular
RAPiEY nousE, Tuesday, Jan. 3
Olllee Hours 0 a. in. to G p. m.
Office Hours 9 a. in. to0:30p. in.
The Most Successful Methods in the Treatment
of nil Diseases and Deformities Known
to the Latest Melic;il and
Consultations and Examinations
FREE TO ALL,
Dr. Walker will not Treat anv unless there Is a
possibility of a Cure, and will so Inform you.
Examination By Reflection
By the latest scientific researches both by Im
proved Instruments and methods, the Doctor is
enabled to discover the true nature of the di
sease jkiid locate the organ or parts liftctted
and many diseases and complications which
have heretofore proven most obstinate to the
medical profession, yield like made under his
skill i.i l svste nic treatment. The Doctor Is
endowed with the wonderful ?ift of being able
to diagnose without question' nc, and will des
cribe with the Greatest accuracy your aches and
pains wnerever located, tells belter now a person
leels than they can tell it themselves.
There is no need to live in constant misery.
It costs nothinir to sec him. The fullest exam
inations are free, and his prices for treatment
are within the reach of all. He is a friend to
the aftiicted and will turn none awav unaided.
The merchant mingles with the artisan while
seekinir relief at Ills Hands, and hundreds are
cured every year.
ltHAl) WHAT T1IK PEOPLE SAY.
One of the most rosnected ladies In this vicin
ity, after belnj: treated by all the best physicians
and pronounced incurable, was advised by a
former patient of Dr. Walker's to call and con
sult him. She says: "For the past 15 years I
have been a treat sufferer with heart trouble
ami nervous prostration; the least exertion
would cause my heart to flutter and become very
Irregular and ho weak, causing complete ex-
nausiion. i leu as iiiouku each day would be
my last, and were it not for my little ones death
would have been a relief. After three months
treatment with the Doctor I felt as well as I ever
did. My heart beats regularly and strong, and
that tired feeling has entirely left me. what
joy and sunshine with health restored."
nuts. e. j. it.
Mrs. 8. W. Itose. also rejoices being cured of
catarrh of the stomach of 15 years standing.
Mrs. A. G. Htanlake. a well known and re
spected ladv who has lived in Pontiac for the
past 10 years, makes the following remarkable
statement, she nays: "For 22 long years 1 had
been a constant sufferer, have been treated by
several noted physicians, each one differlnirln
opinion as to what ailed me. I took their med
icines faithfully but received no permanent
benefit 1 was completely discouraged and
thought many times that I must die. In
reading the Pontiac patters 1 saw that Dr.
waiaer.oi iieiroit, wouiu te at me iiotei uoa-
ges. I decided to call and se" him. The doctor
made a thorough examination and told me I
could be cured, and I am most happy to say
that such proved to bu the case, for In one
month's time under Dr. Walker's rare I was
completely cured and have been well ever since.
I leel that 1 cannot thank the doctor enoueh lor
this remarkable restoration to health."
Signed, Mrs. A tJ. Stanlake.
Remember Date of Visit.
Mr. Charles .1. Preston cured of catarrh of the
stomach and blood poisoning, says he would
not oe in ins lormer condition again lor $j,ooo.
Mrs. W. M , after being barren for ten
years, says: "He cured inc. We now have two
little children, KutUce to say our home is a
Kidlensy (for fits) positively cured bv a recent
One of the most respected vonnir men. Mr. II.
C. liauks, has doctored witli all tne best physi
cians ho could hear of and finally given two
weeks to live. Consulted Dr. Walker, took his
treatment and is now a well men. Ho had
chronic stomach trouble, weak lungs and a con
stant coiikIi, rheumatism and might s disease.
He has gained : pounds and works everyday.
He advises ail who aroslck to see Dr. Walker.
Mrs. 11. M. Stutzinan cured of blood and skin
disease f.f twelvu years standing.
Mrs. I Iuubci t cured of various ulcers on
Miss Flla Ciano cured of bronchial trouble
and lung disease.
Miss II. H. cured of female weakness after be
ing treated by many noted physicians.
Troublesome skin diseases, such as Eczema,
Salt Khcum. Kryslix-las, etc., also Chronic Li
cers of the limbs, l ever Hores, Cancers and Tu
mors successfully treated. Special treatment
for weak men and women and all diseases of
the nervous system. All curable rases guaran
teed. Dr. Walker successfully treats all diseases of
the Ke, Far, Throat , Lungs, and nil chronic.
private unu nervous uiHeiiscs ami ueiormmes,
as lirniiulated Lids, Deafness, Cross Kyes, Dis
charge of the i;rs, JlronchUis, Chronic Couuh,
(loilre (big neck). Fever Sores and Fleers.
Itrhiht's Disease, Kheumatlsni, all diseases of
the Kidneys and Madder, Heart, Stouuicli and
Nervous Discuses, Chorea (St. Vitus Dance).
F.idlepsy (Ills), General Debility, Scrofula, Skin
Diseases, and all diseases due to bad blood; also
ttrl will give special attention to difficult
cases, and to cases other physicians have failed
to euro. Hank references.
Persons applying for treatment will please
bring from two to four ounces of urine,
first passed In the morning preferred, for analy
sis. (Question blanks sent on application. J.n
elose stamp for reply. Those unsold to see the
Doctor can address. VT.C. WALK Kit, M. I).,
Box 71. ltrolt, Mich.
Kcport of Drennan School, Lynn
township for month of December.
Days taught 20.
Pupils enrolled 49.
Average daily attendance 44.
Til pits neither absent nor tardy, Ry
IIuttman.Hoy Huffman, Grace Daniel
aon, Stella Danielson, Ilosa Murray,
Howard Murray, Elva Feiger, Klla
King, Glenn Hosner, Edna Ho9ner,
Minnie Kichardaon, Harry Drennan,
Report for fall term of four months.
Enrolled at first of term 41.
Number entered during term 13.
Number left during term 5.
Days actually taught 76).
Average daily attendance 41.
Pupils neither abeent nor tardy dur
ing the term, Grace Danielmm and
Tardy but not abeent, Ella King,
Fkank Raxtek, Teacher.
Late Literary Notes.
What do I fear?" is a question
worth asking by each man or woman.
Perhaps without recognizing it the
reader of this paragraph is being in
fluenced in his irr her daily life by
groundless fears that are ruinous to
character. The Cofmopolitan Maga
zine has taken up this subject, and is
tuking the view of a great many
prominent people, where they are
willing to open their minds frankly.
A great ninny other prominent people
haverefued" The Cosmopolitan's re-ijtu'.-t,
being afraid lo tell the public
what they fear perhaps even afraid
to eonfeM to t liemeelvo w'mt they
fear. The December ls-ue include
atatements from Wm. Dean llowells,
Richard t'roker, Admiral Ghcntrdi,
riiHiincey M. Depew, Viola Allen,
Mine. Janauchek and Ella Wheeler
Wilcox. The second series will, it is
promied. be even more interesting.
Dlscoyered by a Woman.
Another great Discovery has been
made, and that too, by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened its clutch
es upon her and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but her vi
tal organs were undetermined and death
seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly, and could not
sleep. She finally discovered a way of
recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, and was so much relieved on
taking first dose, that she slept all night
and with two bottles, has been absolute
ly cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther
Lutz.H Thus writes W. C. Hamnick 4
Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free
at Grant Holden's Drug Store. Regular
size60cand$l. Every bottle guaranteed
It does not require an expert to detect
the sufferer from kidney trouble. The
hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes, the dark
puffy circles under the eyes, the sallow
parsnip-colored complexion indicates it.
A physician would ask if you had
rheumatism, a dull pain or acne in the
back or over the hips, stomach trouble,
desire to urinate often, or a burning or
scalding in passing It; if after passing
there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it
must be at once repeated, or if the urine
has a brick dust deposit or strong odor.
When these symptoms are present,
no time should lie lost in removing the
Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of
the bladder, inflammation, causing stop
page, and sometimes repuiring the draw
ing of the urine with instruments, or
may run into Bright's Disease, the most
dangerous stage of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
discovery of the eminent kidney and
bladder specialist, is a positive remedy
for such diseases. Its reputation is
world-wide and it is so easy to get at
any drug store that no one need suffer
anv length of time for want of it.
However, if you prefer to first test its
wonderful merits, mention The Yale
Expositor and write to Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Dinghamton, N. Y., for a sample
bottle and book telling all about it,
both sent absolutely free by mail.
are requested to order their papers and
magazines at this office. V e can sup
ply you with any paper published, and
save you the cost and annoyance of
writing to different publishers. Get
all your reading matter at once of us.
Farm To Rent.
This farm consists of 80 acres of im
proved land 1 milo east and 1 mile
south of Yale and is in good condition.
There is a good house also barn on the
premises and a splendid well of water.
Also a tine orchard. Call or address
Ed. Newell. Yale, Mich. Can be
found at the Rapley House.
t Be Done
I FOR TUB DELICATD GIRL
X You have tried iron and
A other tonics. But she keeps
i pale and thin Her sallow
complexion worries you Per
J haps she has a little hacking
t cough also. Her head aches;
and she cannot study. Give her
! scoii's fmmm
The oil will feed her wasting
body; the glycerine will soothe
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vigor to her nerves and brain
Never say you 44 cannot
take cod-liver oil tf until you
have tried Scott's Emulsion
You wiH be obliged to change
your opinion at once. Children
especially become very fond
of it ; and infants do not know
when it is added to their food
50c. nJ $1.00 ; all dnif Uts.
SCOTT & BOWKE, ChtmUu, Kw York,
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To visit our store at any time to
e wish to call your especial attention to our line of Men's SMOKING
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Our GLOVE DEPA ItTMENT
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Line of MUFFLETS, just the thing to go skatlnar or driving In at 50 cents, regular price 81.00. Visit our
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Special Attention Given Mail Orders.
Having had eight years experience
Gas Pipe Work
And now hold a permit from the Vil
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ready to tap and put in water pipes in
all first-class work.
All Work Guaranteed.
Hoping to be favored with a share
of your patronage I am respectfully
Reliable man in this vicinity to open
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Position permanent and good pay.
If your record is O. K. here is an
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paper when writing.
31-0 A. T. Morris, Cincinatti, O.
Mr. Hardin Norris, clerk of the drug
store of R. Shoemaker, Perry, 111., says:
"A man came into our store the other
day and said, 'I want a bottle of that
stuff that saves children's lives. I read
in the News about it. The children
may cet sick when we can not get the
doctor quick enough. It's the medi
cine you sell tor croup.'" lie allud
ed to Chamberlain's Cough remedy,
and bought a bottle before he left the
store. For sale by Will Lennon.
"My father's a general. What docs
your father do?"
"Whatever motner tens mm."
ITavn vou taken Knill's DvsDensia
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Please your palates, and take Knill's
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Pale and Sallow People, Weak and
Worn Out People should take Knill's
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For young backs, old backs, lame
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made by taking Knill's Red Pills for
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You can sleep whilo they work, and
work when they work. Knill's White
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Don't be fooled and pay 50 cents for
Pills or Tablets when you can buy
Knill's Red Pills for Wan People, Worn
Out People. Knill's Rlue Kidney Pills,
Knill's Dyspepsia Tablets. Mrongeet.
The remedy par excellence for all
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Robbery to pay 50c a box for pills or
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Vigor and Vitality in young and old
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Money to Loan
At six per cent interest, and plenty
of it, at Frank Whipple's law office,
Port Huron. 27-tf
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Please Receive It the Same as
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Cordial t Invitation
see the large assortment of useful HOLIDAY GIFTS that are displayed
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New patterns in NECKWEAR arriving
DUNLOP & CO.'S Celebrated Hats.
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Prussian National of Germany.
To My Patrons who were insured in the Peninsular:
We placed confidence in that Company because some of the best men In
the state were at the head of it, but the Company has failed, demonstrating
the fact that a reserve fund in the hands of the people is a broken stick when
the trial comes. Through the influence the Peninsula has had I am enabled to
give you insurance at Mutual rates. Don't go to other agents to get re-insured
but call and see me. If there is a good thing I have it and will save you
At Office on Saturdays. JOHN H. MERRILL,
Wharton A -Holden
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