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The Eminent Specialist who per
forms such marvelous cures that pa
rents from the east and west visit
the Clinic, will make the following
regular monthly visits
RAP LEY HOUSE,
Friday, March 15, 1901
The best the world has to offer In
the way of scientific treatment. There
Is no chance for comparison. No com
parlsons are possible.
CONSULTATION FREE I
and Strictly Private la Every Case.
It makes no difference how difficult,
pr what your case may be, nor how
many have failed to cure you, there Is
always hope for you, until you. ha e
Consulted the Detroit Clinic, and bo n
Jold that your case is Incurable. The
reputation of this Clinic has been made
by curing cases that were supposed to
; 'After examination, If your case is
not curable, you will be bo informed,
and it costs you nothing.
FACTS FOR SICK PEOPLE.
The News-Tribune of July 80th, 1S98,
eald: "It is no Invidious comparison
ito say that no specialist in Detroit or
tn the State of Michigan, has had such
a wide experience, and as an expert
(diagnostician there are few equals in
Mrs. Edna Johnson, of Detroit, who
lias been seriously afflicted with a com
plication of diseases for years, makes
the following unsolicited statement.
She says: "I wish to state that for
years I have been a great sufferer from
beart disease, and catarrh of the stom
ach, with nervous debility. I would
Jbave nervous spells every few days in
.which I would lose consciousness.
Having treated with more than a doz
fen different doctors, with no benefit, I
Jdetermlned to try the Detroit Clinic,
(having had a number of friends who
ftvere cured there. I placed myself un
tier treatment at the Clinic, and am
toappy to say that I Improved right
along, and all of the distressing symp
toms have left me, and I most heartily
recommend the wonderful treatment to
mi sufferers. Udna Johnson.
r Mr. George Lanccwood, of Mar
dinette, says: "I can never repay the
Detroit Clinic for the tsreat benefit I
lhave received from them. When I
commenced treatment I only weighed
1103 pounds, and had a distressing
Cough and night sweats. After taking
lz months' treatment I have gained
Iwcnty-three pounds; cough is all gone,
land I am as well as ever. After two
months treatment I was well enough
'to resume my work, that of a station
ary engineer, and have been nt work
Blnce. The treatment tna not inter
fere with my work." George Lance
Mrs. 0. M., of Birmingham, Mich.,
svas cured of Bronchitis and Catarrh
after she had been given up by several
physicians, who said she had consump
Mrs. L. C. Smith, of Detroit, was
cured of Epilepsy (or fits) after having
had thl3 terrible disease for seven
The great success with which the
Clinic treats all kinds of diseases is
the wonder and admiration of nil sci
entific men. The specialist In charge
is noted for his skill, and the care
svlth which every case Is treated. No
case that Is not curable will be treated,
but curable cases arc treated with the
latest HClontiflc methods, and In no case
3ocs It Interfere with the work of the
HemcmlxT, It costs you nothing to
consult ihl specialist, such an oppor
tunity dors not offer Itself very often
to people outside of large cities, and
our citizens will certainly do well to
take nd fruitage of this one. It Is best
to consult the Fpeelnllst personally, but
question Mnnks will bo sent on appli
cation. nr.. :U communications will re
ceive ror;jpt ntt-ntio:i If they are ad
Dr. Mokrisox, Chief of Staff.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
Tie Discoverer of Swamp-Root it Work In
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood the albumen
leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery-ls the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp-
Koot and its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
7an. 1st, lOOl.
TRAINS LEAVE VALE AS FOLLOWS:
For Tort Uui-on und north and south 9:17 A. M. ;
l :(K ana 8 m r. m.
For Saslnaw and Bay City
9:43A.M.; 2:27 and 7:30 P.M.
For Grand Itanldsand Detroit via Saginaw
9:43 A. M. and 2:i!7 i M.
For Manistee. Ludlnuton and Northwest
9:43 A. m. and 2:27 r. m.
F. A. GRISVVOLD,
II. F. MOELLER.
General Passenger Agent.
who has female troubles, common to her sex, Is
weak, feels tired, worn out or hits lost her inn
bltlon, should take KniU's Red Pills for Wan
People, "Pale or Weak." They are the great
jsioou ana jNerye Meuicino ana Developer.
They restore Health, Strength and Beauty.
worn out mentally or physically from overwork
or other causes should take Kniil s Ited Pills
for Wan People, "Palo or Weak." They are
the great Blood u 1 Nervo Tonic. Restore Vim,
Vigor and Vitality. They will make a perfect
man oi you. jry mem.
EVERY WOMAN OR MAN
troubled with biliousness or Inactive Liver or
Bowels, should take Kuill's White Liver Pills.
If troubled with any Kidney or Urinary
troubles. Backache, Lame or Sore, you take
KniU's Blue Kidney Pills. Thev cure.
Guaranteed by all Druggists; 25c. a box, 5
Write for pamphlets, testimonials or samples
KniU's Red, White and Bute Pill Co.
Port Huron, Mich.
State or Michigan, County of St. Clair
At a session of the Probate Court for said
County of St. Clair, held nt the Probate Olllce,
in the City of I'ort Huron, on the 4th day of
March in the year ore thousand nine hundred
Present, Hon. Harvey Tappan, Judge of Pro
bate. In the matter of the estate of Scva Richard
son, deceased. Jennie Richardson having tiled
her petition in this court praying that the ad
ministration oi saiu estate ue granted to reter
It Is ordered, That Monday the 1st day of
April at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon, nt said
Probate Olllce.be appointed for hearing thereof :
And it is further ordered, that a coov of this
order be published three successive weeks pre
vious 10 saw aay oi Hearing, in ine laie expos
itor, a newspaper m l Med and cii culatiiur in
said County of St. Clair. IIauvky Ta ppan.
t a irue copy.; 45-4 judge 01 rrouate.
Whereas default has been made In the terms
and conditions of a certain mortgage bearing
date the 24th day of January, 1S87, recorded in
the oilice of the Register of Deeds for St. Clair
county, Michigan, in Liber 45 of Mortgages on
page 59. on tho 27th day of January, 1387, ex
ecuted by William II. Palmer, Hannah L. Pal
mer, 111s who ana wane rainier, to Adam w.
Bocart. and duly assigned by the administration
of the estate of said Adam W. Bogart deceased
to his sole netr, Heiinont w. uogart, as sliown
by order of the Probate Court, for said county,
Liber 35, page 102, August 10th. 181)7.
Whereby tho power of sale In said mortgage
has become operative, and there ts due at date
hereof the sum of Three thousand one hundred
and sixty-nine dollars and seventy-seven cents
(331G9.77) of principal and Interest and an attor
ney fee of Thirty-live Dollars ($35.00).
Notice la hereby given that the said mortgage
will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged
premises at public auction or vendue to the
highest bidder, at the front door of the county
Court House at the City of Port Huron, that be
ing the place for holding the Circuit Court for
said county on Monday the Cth day of May, loot
at one o'clock In the afternoon, to satisfy the
amount then due on said mortgage, the said at
torney's fee, and the costs of this foreclosure,
no suit or proceedings at law or In equity hav
ing been instituted to recover said amounts.
Notice is also given that the several parcels of
land herein described will be offered for sale
separately and sold to the highest bidder as
above 8 peel tied.
The said mortgaged premises are described as
follows as Is Hliown by said mortgage: All of
those certain pieces or parcels of land known
and described as lot ten (10) and also lot twelve
(12) (except the south twenty feet thereof here
tofore sold to George dough, and released from
the operation of this mortgage), both in Block
three (3) of Chamberlain's Original Plat of the
Village of Brockway Centre (now Yale); also the
east half of tho north-west quarter of section
eighteen (18) In town eight (81 north, range fif
teen (15) cast, containing eighty (80) acres of
land more or loss.
Dated this 4th day of January, l!t.
BELMONT J. HOG ART,
HARVEY TAPPAN, Assignee of Mortgage.
Attorney for Assignee. 41-13
and would like to feel nd look well, let as
recommend CLERT KLWG to you.
Bold by Druggists. 1'rlce 25c and COo. 1
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Facts and Fancies Picked Up By
Alyin Hannah ia on the eick list.
Mark Sayles is among the eick ones.
Louis B. Hannah has gone to Sag
inaw on a three month's visit.
Mrs. Geo. Bennett has returned
from a visit to friends in Canada.
Mrs. L. Leyerington, of Saginaw,
is the guest of MrB. John Hannah and
A Widow's Love Affair
Receives a setback, if she has offen
sive breath through constipation, bill
ousness or stomach trouble, but Dr.
King's New Life Pills always cure those
troubles; clean the system, sweeten the
breath, banish headache; best in the
world for liver, kidneys and bowels.
Only 25c at Grant Holden's drug store.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Lennon are enter
taining a little son.
N. E. Oatman and wife were callers
in Port Huron on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Gough visited friends
in Port Huron Saturday last.
Cbas. Rankin who has been visiting
friends in Detroit returned home last
J. lleid and wife, of North Street,
have moved on their farm east of the
Miss Berth Newkirk, of Port Huron,
visited her brother, II. A. Newkirk,
a few days this week.
Mrs. E. S. Dodge and son Selwyn are
spending the week in Richfield the
guests of Mrs. II. Miller.
Wm. Colden, who has been working
in the Upper Peninsula, returned
home for a short visit last Monday.
Bertha, the two-year-old daughter
of A. W. Howell and wife, died on
Wednesday of last week after a short
illness. The funeral was held from
the M.P. church on Friday at 2 o'clock,
Rey. Caldwell officiating. Interment
was made at Spring Hill cemetery.
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, ot
Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
bad that if I walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
$1.00 bottles of Dr. King's New Discov
ery wholly cured me and I gained 58
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed
to cure Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Bron
chitis and all throat and lung troubles.
Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free
at Grant Holden's drug store.
The March issue of "Success" has a
description of the origin of the life
saving service, from the pen of former
Governor Newell, of New Jersey,
whose career has been tull of romance.
Miss Gould writes her first signed mag
azine article for this issue, devoted to
the work of the ladies among the en
listed men of the army and navy. The
other contributors include Edwin
Markham, Helen Nicolay, Senator
Hoar, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Cy War-
man, Madame Melba, Mrs. Russell
Sage, and Thomas Wentworth Higgin
son. The entire issue is characterized
by virility and grace. "Success" has
caught the point physicians and edu
cators strive for, namely, that while
people don't like to have medicine or
adyice poured down their throats,
they are rather pleased than otherwise
when they find they have inadvertent
ly swallowed some in the form of an
appetising or artistic preparation.
Whatever may be said of the scien
tific causes upon which the Rev. Irl R.
Ilicks bases his yearly forecasts or
storm and weather, it ia a remarkable
fact that specific warnings of every
great storm, Hood, cold waye and
drouth, have been plainly printed in
his now famous Almanac for many
years. The latest startling proof of
tnis tact was the destruction 01 uai-
veBton, Texas, on the very day named
by Prof Hicks in his 1900 Almanac, as
one of disaster by storm along the
gulf coasts. The 1901 Almanac, by far
the finest, most complete and beauti
ful yet published, 13 now ready, rnia
remarkable book of near two hundred
pages, splendidly illustrated with
charts and half-tone engrayings, goes
aa a premium to every subscriber who
Days one dollar a year for Prof. Hicks'
journal, Word and Works. The Al
manac alone 13 sent prepaid tor oniy
25c. Order from Word and Works
Publishing Company. 2201 Locust St.,
St. Louis, Mo.
'Table Talk"constantly proves itself
an invaluable aid to bright housekeep
ers. Its subject matter is always timely
and practical. It gives economical
menus for each day and adds full and
complete directions for the preparation
of the various dishes mentioned in the
Bill of Fare. An attractive feature is
the illustration with half-tone cuts of
many of the special dishea showing
how to garnish and beautify them for
the table. It ia a magazine needed by
the housewife every day, for it is the
exponent of wise and economical Hy
ing. "Delectable Dishes" by Mrs.
Burton Kingsland will be enjoyed by
progressive housekeepers, as will also
"Cheap Housekeeping in Paris" and
"A Whitt from India's uorai strana
and the Fair Phillinincs," Floral Ef
fects for all Occasions" and many
other articles that are practical. The
regular departments are aa usual filled
with desirable and useful information.
Recent Un f Tab, Talk wiH be
Hon to the Table Talk Publishing Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa. (
Strikes a Rich Find.
"I was troubled for several years with
chronic indigestion and nervous do
bility," writes F. J. Gi een, of Lancas
ter, II. "No remedy helpod me un
til I began using Electric fitters, which
Hid mnmnrn trnnrl thnn nil tho medi
cines I ever used. They luY6. ftJ90
kopt mv wife in excellent hoai tu for
vnnrs. Shn savi Klortrin P.ittor. are
ust splendid for female troubles; tu a
they are a grand tonic and inv'eoratOi
for weak, run down women. No other I
medicine can take its place in our fam
ily." Try them. Only 50c. Satisfac
tion guaranteed by Grant Ilolden druggist.
There is always something back of
When you are bilious, use those
tamous nine puis Known as DeWitt's
Little Early Risers to cleanse the liver
and bowels. They never gripe. Grant
Men and wagons rattle most when
there is nothing in them.
See that you get the original De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve when you
asiciorii. ine genuine is a certain
cure for piles, sores and skin diseases.
When a woman discloses a secret it
is always with telling effect.
Their promptness and their pleasant
effects make DeWitt'a Little Early
Risers most popular little pills where
ever thev are known. They are simply
perfect for liver and bowel troubles.
Occasionally a wise man assumes the
garb of folly for a purpose.
The lingering cough following grippe
calls for One Minute Cough Cure. For
all throat and luncr troubles this is the
only harmless remedy that giyes im
mediate results, rrevents consump
tion. Grant Ilolden.
He ia a good collector who can col
lect his wits on all occasions.
Counterfeits ol DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve are liable to cause blood
poisoning. Leave them alone. The
original has the name DeWitt's upon
the box and wrapper. It is a harm
less and healing salve for skin diseas
es. Unequalled for piles. Grant
A politician without putronage is
iiko a cat wunout ciaws.
Like Oliyer Twist, children ask for
more when given One Mit-ute Couch
Cure. Mothers endorse it highly for
croup. It quickly cures all coughs
and colds and every throat and lung
trouble. 1 1 is a specinc for grippe and
asthma and has long been a well
known remedy for whooping cough.
When some men entertain an idea it
is a fair idea of cheap hospitality.
The stomach controls tho situation.
Those who are hearty and strong are
those who can eat and digest plenty
of food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure di
gests what you eat and allows you to
eat all the good food you want. "If you
suffer from indigestion, heart burn,
belching or any other stomach trouble,
thia nrftnnrftt.inn p.n.n'i'. hnln hut. Hn vnti
good. The most sensitive stomachs
can taKo u. urant noiden.
Fortune sometimes makes fools of
wise men by bestowing her caresses
Prof. Ivison, of Lonaconing, Md.,
suffered terribly from neuralgia of the
stomach and indigestion for thirteen
years and after the doctors failed to
cure him they fed him on morphine.
A friend advised the use of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure and after taking a few
bottles of it he says, "It has cured me
entirely, I can't say too much for
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure." It digests
what you eat. Grant Ilolden.
Pino Root Cough Syrup
CnrPB. nr t.hft nrip.n ia vnnra. A nrinf.
ed guarantee with eyery bottle. Cures
old or young alike. Remember every
dealer gives a printed guarantee with
eyery bottle, 25 and 50c.
Star Poultry Powder
Pays for itself ten fold. All you
have to do is feed it. As an egg pro
ducer and a cure for cholera, etc., it
has no equal . Sold everywhere, 25c.
Subscribe for The Yale Expositor.
I Babies and children need
I proper food, rarely ever medi
cine. If they do not thrive
I on their food something is
wrong. They need a little
I help to get their digestive
? machinery working properly.
mm 1 IVFR OIL
wmf.rpopf.'ospfTES of limes soda
will generally correct this
jj If you will put from one-
fourth to half a teaspoonful
in baby's bottle three or four
times, a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. For
... j r u-if i
I larger cnuurcn, irum nan iu
J a teaspoonful, according to
I ase, dissolved in their milk,
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish
ing oower. If the mother's
J milk does not nourish the
I baby, she needs the emul
sion. It will show an effect
at once both upon mother
I 50c. and $1.00, all druggists.
t SC0 1" T & BOWNE, ChemUts, Ntw York.
Watch for a
in this space
Chamberlain Block, - Yale, Mich.
Tlnvlnrr miri'linenl fliA fltir T aurwli.tr
from Harry Jardmo I will continue the business
ia the old stand.
WILL BE TURNED OUT....
Goods called for and delivered.
Give me atrial.
GEORGE WILSON, - VALE
Havinpr purchased the grocery stock
of A. J. Narnden and rented the build
incr I exnect to continue in th hnsl-
ness and solicit a share of your patron
age xiaveaaaeaa new lot 01 goods
ana wiu always endeavor to keep
what the public needs in the grocery
line, at prices that are right.
GIVE ME A CALL.
FRED F. FRANCIS
(Successor to A. J, Harnden)
Toxt3a. Eaad. O-rocsry.
LEX. K. PARK,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
would like to take "The Ear" of the tKonlfl
of Yale and vicinity Just to way tot hem that lie
Is now here to stay and he would like to talk to
you about that new house, or the old house that
Is to be remodeled, or about tho building of
that new place of business that Is contemplated.
He would also like to talk with the
about that new will for that door onenlnir. or
any improvements that they may wish to make
in meir iiomes.
Come and see us and cet acaualntcd we want
your work; will treat you right in price. It
will cost vou nothing to uet an estimate on anv
old or new work that you may want done.
At the Rani v House for a few weeks until we
find a place In which to do business.
M DISEASED Mm.
Em CURE NO PAY
THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT.
S3 original with Urn. K. & K.. will pofli
'mI tively cure forever any form ol Blood or
Karnal rliarnua Tt ia th TfiUllt. nt 30
H2 years' experience in tho treatment of
I these diseases.
mVJF TURF QYPHI! IQ
This terrible Blood Poison, the terror
d mnnbirwl vinlrla remit Iv to nur M'.W
TREATMENT. Beware of Mercury,
E;?J Potash, etc. They mny ruin your ynteui.
Ril 1 f tom tiiiva Korea in the mouth or toDCUO.
'.4 pains in tho joints, sore throat, hair or
fkJ pvnhrnwH falling out. nimnlCBOr blotches.
eiuuiucii ui'itLU$;uieut, cum i
M aches, etc., you have the recondary stnge
r " -i. .i 1. ..... ua
I most obstinate cases, and challenge the
LVl world for a ciio we accept for treatment
and cannot euro. By our treatment the
ulnnra tioal (hnhip rrnni noraln. Haiti S
f4 disnpponr, the skirt becomes healthy, and
ii marriage is jumsiui uu ruiu.
Thousands of younff and mlddlo.oged
men bave their vigor and vitality Fapped
by early abuses, later excogpen,. mental
worry, etc. No matter the cause, our
New Method Treatment is the refuge.
A ...1 rn.nr. 1 1 tMa n a nnrmal Anrirli-
tion. Ambition, life and enemy are re
newed, anu ono iecis muiscu u ,ul
among men. Every case is treated indi
vidually no cure-all henco our wonder
ful success. No matter what ails you,
consult in confidentially. Wo can fur
nish bank bonds to guaranteo to accom
plish what we olaim.
We trcnt nnd cure: EMISSIONS.
KTIUCTUKK. f M POTENCY, PKOKKT?
1)HA1NS, UNNATURAL DISCHARG
ES. KIDNEY and BLADDIUl Diecnses.
'WnvuiiT'PA'llMV HIKK. BOOKS
FREE. If unable to call, write for
OUESTTON liiiAiN K. lor
Cor. Michigan Ave. and Shelby St.
For Sale or ExchartKO.
Thai well known trottintr stallion.
Cyrus W. For further particulars, call
on or write ....
40-5 O. Drake, Armada, Mich.
M. A. SARGENT
THE NORTH END GROCER
is the place to buy your choice family
Butter and ezgs taken same as cash.
Goods delivered free to any part of
Call and see me
DEAD or ALIVE
X etna, ex
Customers can rest assured that they
will c:et a
Choice Cut and Prompt Attention
If they leuve their orders
Highest Price l'aid for Hides, Sheeo
Telts and Tallow.
Thos. 6. Holden, Yale.
BUY A HOME
I will sell you a homo or will sell
your property at fair figures.
THE YOUNGS TKOPERTY 11 miles east
and 1 mile south of Yale. 80 acres. -A.
splendid farm very cheap. Terms easy.
rpiIE HENRY HIGH PROPERTY on Mory
JL Street, about half an acre, a roomy house,
fine shado and fruit, a good home at a low Agaze,
TnE McDUFF TKOPERTY on North Straw,
a lot and a half, beautiful shade, a verv
cheap home and a fine building site.
A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING SITE: three or
more high lots: the most beautiful shalta
In town. The finest site In town, corner lit
Mary Street and Brockway Road, Tappan .&
SINGLE OR DOUBLE LOTS in Tappan &
Law's Addition and in all portions of the
LOOK OVER R. M. LOTHIAN'S 15 acres
adiolnlne the Village on the west A beau
tiful building site Groves and excellent land
for tilling or pasture.
Can sell these properties at a very low figure
and on terms to suit any purchaser.
If you want to sell, come in and
give me prices. We can atrree on
Reliable man for Manager of Branch
Office we wish to open in this vicinity.
If your record is O. K. here is an op
portunity. Kindly give good refer
ence when writing.
THE A. T. JICIUIIS WHOLESALE HOUSE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 42-22
Illustrated catalogue 4 cents stamps.
can furnish you with
Call upon uo.
A. L. GARK&CO, Sim
Akron, O.,. Ian. S.11W0.
Dr. M. M. FENNEll, rtdonla, H. Y.
"We hv nold mny docrtis cfyotirt.
Vltna' Ianco Hpcrlllc. emt every co hn
boon euntl tjr It. It ha proved blp.
in here." ALLKN-CLARK UKUU CO.
SURE AND QUICK CURE.
HOLDEN'S DRUG STORE.