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Mr- i I
Are The Kind to Buy
LAGRIPPE, COUGHS OR COLDS
We refund the money on any ot the following remedies
if uot satisfactory:
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
Tine Hoot Cough Syrup
Dr. King's Consumption Cure
Green's Syrup of Tar
Dr. Snoop's Cough Cure
Dr. Tenner's Cough Honey
Cascara Bromids Quinine
The best known remedy
for headache :
.35 Tablets 25c
We also guarantee Kooper's Kidney Tills, Dr. King s
Dyspepsia Tablets. Holden's Little Jokers the little choco
late coated Liver Tills.
Brinpf us your prescriptions we guarantee satisfaction
Holden's Dru Store.
Bn The Early Spring Time
When you are looking forsuch things as Clover Seed, Timothy Seed
Alsyke, in fact everything in the seed line, remember I am strictly
in it and prices are right.
c All the time good goods and strictly fresh and up-to-ViirOCeneS
date. Teas and Coffees a specialty.
Yours for Business,
N. B. HERBERT, - YALE.
9t. Willits, March 11.
Stee M. A. Sargent's new adv.
Mrs. John Mathews is seriously sick
Fr. Warner Cornell at Rapley House
Bay your shoes of Ballentine. They
will go cheap next week.
Mrs. Geo. Mann is around the house
agin after a two weeks' illness.
The wife of Wm. Wilkie died at her
lrme in Brown City on Sunday last.
Harvey Tappan has been confined
to the bed by sickness the past week
bt is now able to be out.
Blder W. T. Jelley will preach
Ebrd'e day next in Church of Christ,
evening subject The boy who left
The stato board of pharmacy is in
eassion at Grand Rapids. The next
meeting is called at Star Island, St.
Cfeir Flats, June 17.
The LBS of the Presbyterian church
vm meet with Mrs. Fred Montney
iixt Wednesday afternoon. It is hop
ed there will be a large attendance.
With her attack of grippe, Mrs. Saw
yr has had serious trouble with her
aes, inflammation eetting in. Her
ends trust the trouble will soon be
arte via ted.
W. P. Currier was in Detroit Friday
looking up a speedy driving horse.
Hred says he would like to own some
thing that could leave the fast ones
litre so far in the shade they would be
entirely in the dark.
A eleighload of young people of the
village spent Friday evening last at the
pfeasant home of Mr. and Mrs. Will
ifcmpbell in Lynn. All enjoyed them
solves playing games and chatting til
tire wee sma' hours of morning.
Do not fail to read about The Detroit
Clinic In another column of this paper.
D7 you are fluttering from any chronic
disease you had better consult the
specialist in charge. "He will be at the
ikpley House, Yale, Friday, March
13th. Consultation free.-
In several upper peninsula counties
rrmny deer are being killed and de
vour cd by wolves. A hunter from the
wtlds back of Chippewa county says he
recently ran across a deer yard where
evidently 100 or more deer had been
wintering. He found the remains of
23 deer which had been killed and de
voured by wolves.
Mrs. Harry VanVleet, who has been
vry sick for some time, underwent an
operation Wednesday. The operation
was performed by Dr. Carsteins, pro
ftseor in the Detroit College of Rledi
ofae, assisted by Drs. Pollock and
CTyne of this village and was success
ful. Mrs. VanVIeet is improving and
hr complete recovery is now expected.
A surprise was sprung on Myrtle
Ajnnstrong on Wednesday evening by
large number of her young friends
who announced to her that they knew
sire was fifteen years old that day and
tfeought the occasion should be prop
erty celebrated. Until eleven o'clock
tla fun raged and after a nice little
lcnch prepared by Mrs. Armstrong,
tin young folks returned home leav
ing some nice presents for Myrtle.
' It is Rounds & Vancamp now since
tin chango was made in the hardware
fitn of Fox & Rounds. Our readers
am well acquainted with the members
oft the new firm, more especially with
FbmkVanCamp who resided at Moore's
Cttners for many years, conducting
blacksmith and woodworking estab
lishment at that place, until he moved
to Yale and went to work for Fox &
I&unda. Chas. Rounds and Frank
WnCamp are both shrewd business
men and The Expositor predicts for
tfc new firm increased trade.
Birthdays, like Christmas, only come
omte a year, therefore we enjoy
tfceir celebration. The natal day
of James Sweet happened to fall
om a Sunday this year, March 3rd, his
4M birthday and Mrs. Sweet took the
occasion to have a few friends for din
ner and quietly enjoy the day. Mr.
lutd Mrs. John S. Crandell, of Sanilac
Centre, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Fries, E. F.
ami Johu Fries, of Memphis, were
Cent, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
jnds, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vancamp,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hallock, and Mr.
tmd Mrs. Eber Harnden, of town. The
heartiest good wishes were extended
M Sweet that many more pleasant
birthdays might be his.
Vote Monday next.
Mrs. A. Springer is ill again.
Go to M. A. Sargent for groceries.
Grant Holden has a change of adv.
in this issue. Read it.
You need goods, we need money,
let's swap. Ballentine.
A new sign decorates the plate glass
window of the new state bank.
Dr. Willits, the "Apostle of Sunshine"
at Central Hall next Monday evening.
Chas. F. Michaels has on hand and
for sale about 2000 cedar posts. Can
be bought reasonable.
Call at M. A. Sargent's and get some
of the choice fish he has just opened
up. They are fine.
Jasper Grabb and Fred Hudson are
organizing a lodge of Modern Wood
man of America in Yale.
We learn that Mrs. Wm. Mason is
better and her hosts of friends hope to
see her complete recovery.
J. B. Paisley is getting brick on the
site of the new hotel. Yale will ex
perience a building boom next sum
mer. The Uno Club spent Friday evening
last the guest of Lulu McMahon at
Brockway. A pleasant evening was
enjoyed by all.
The clearing sale of Putney & Cham
berlain still contines. The firm has a
change of adv. in this issue quoting
more low prices.
Grant Holden, who was drawn as a
grand juror for the March term of the
District and Circuit Court of the United
States, has been excused.
Subjects for discourse in the M. E.
church next Sunday: Morning ,4A
good man telling a lie." Evening
Christians tight with Appollyon."
White Baltic Oats for seed for sale a
few left at the farm of John Sheehy
south and west of Yale. If you want
some for seed speak for them at once.
My heart and hand another claimed,
His plea had some too late.
It'sever thus with people without pluck
Take Rocky Mountain Tea, dont get
left again. Ask your druggist.
The thermometer has been hovering
around the zero mark for the past few
weeks but Wednesday morning at 0:30
it beat all records so far this winter
so say the knowing one3. It registered
3 degrees below.
R. H. Menerey, of Yale, was in the
village Wednesday. Mr. Menerey runs
a foundry at that place and came here
to deliyer the iron columns for the
new block which is to be erected by J.
L. Wedge and the Recorder. Decker
The auction conducted by J. W.
Twiss of Port Huron in the Palmer
storo for a week did not pan out very
well and the proprietors packed ud
the goods and slid out of town. Our
townspeople have too much confidence
in our merchants to patronize itiner
ants. Dr. Warner Cornell, Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Specialist, of 229 Huron
ave., over Knill's drug store, Port
Huron, will be at the Rapley House,
Yale, the second Friday of each month
where he can be consulted on diseases
of above organs only. Glasses fitted,
His next visit will be on Friday, March
8th. He will be in his Port Huron,
office every day in the month except
Thomas and Grant Holden are ex-
fecting to erect a brick block the com
ng summer, the former a store for his
meat business, the latter for drugs.
The Maccabees, both Ladies and
Knights, aro talking of building a nice
hall over the two stores and the
scheme looks now as if it might be a
very probable thing. The Maccabees
are growing so that they find the need
of a larger hall imperative, besides
wanting something a little nicer than
can be had now.
We see reports from the diUerent
fiarts of the state of damage done by
he heavy wind of Sunday afternoon.
Some damage occurred in town. Stcyo
Windsor received quite a shock in the
early part of the night by a terrible
racket against the west side of their
house and the crashing in of a window.
The tin roof of the cellar on Harry
Middleton's house had blown off and
tried to roost on Steve's house but only
succeeded in breaking in a handsome
colored glass window and scraping the
side of the house.
G. C. Meisel
M. A. Sargent
Fred F. Francis
Yale State Bank
W. H. Ballentine
C. W. Locke & Son
Rounds & Vancamp
Putney & Chamberlain
Take your butter and Eggs to M. A.
Wanted a girl to do dishwashing at
the Rapley House.
Lots of sickness in town and vicinity
and the doctors are all busy.
Mrs. Steve Curyin is very low and
little hopes are entertained of her re
covery. County Pomona Grange meeting to
be held at Brockway Wednesday,
The Shakespeare Club meets with
Mrs. Durr at the M. E. parsonage next
Ballentine's for hosiery. Broken lots.
Some SOcts, some 25cts. Your choice
for lOcts per pair.
You can buy your groceries of Ball
entine as cheap as of any one in town.
Why not buy of him?
Reserved seats for Dr. Willits' lec
ture will be placed on sale this (Friday)
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Clothing at Ballentine's 500 suits
regular price $8, $0, and $10 will go
next week at $5.29 per suit.
The wife of John J. Jackson living
west of Brockway is much better un
der the treatment of Dr. Pollock.
R. II. Menerey and wife haye had a
sick little daughter for the past week
but she seems to be on the gain now.
Stot Mathews, who has been very
low and not expected to live, is on the
gain and his friends have eyery hope
that he will recover.
Rev. Wm. Coulter surprised and
pleased his friends by appearing down
town on Monday. The bright, pleas
ant day tempted him out.
Grant Holden has just received a
large assortment of wall paper and
window shades for the spring trade.
See his line before buying.
Agent Wanted: Lady or gentleman
to sell Wall Paper by sample book.
Liberal commission. Write J. A. Dav
idson & Co. Port Huron, Mich. 41tf
Regular review of W. II. Dunphy
Post, at their headquarters in Union
Block, Yale, next Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Comrades requested to
Chas. G. Putney received the nom
ination of school commissioner at the
republican conyention held at Sanilac
Centre Tuesday. It came to him by
Tbos. McLeod and family have
moved to Yale from Brockway occu
pying the dwelling of the late Mrs.
Eliza Sheldon next to Mclntyre &
Results. Immediate and lasting. Be
fore and after trying other remedies
use Rocky Mountain Tea this month.
'Twill keep you well all summer. A
great spring blessing. Ask your drug
gist. Puny children with weak constitu
tions can attain an unusual degree of
bodily and mental vigor by taking
Rocky Mountain Tea this month made
by the Madison Medicine Co. 35c. Ask
Short Horn Bull for sale. The un
dersigned has for sale a thorough-bred
Short Horn bull 10 months old, weight
about 800 pounds, color red. Finely
built and shows all the good points of
this breed. For particulars and price
write or call on Charles Hayes, Brock
way, Mich. 43-5
Mrs. B. D. Smith, of Clyde township,
died Tuesday afternoon at the Hospit
al & Home. Mrs. Smith was 57 years
of ago and leaves a husband, one son,
Allen W. Smith, and one daughter,
Mrs. R. S. Campbell, of Port Huron.
The funeral was held Friday morning,
March l,at 10 o'clock from the family
residence in Clyde.
Mrs. Rudolph Andreae wishes,
through The Expositor, to return
many thanks to the GreatCamp KOTM
for such promptness in the return of
the $1,000 check, amount of policy
held by her late husband. The proofs
of death were sent in by Record Keep
er Strevel one week ago last Monday
and the check was returned Wednes
day of this week.
Edward Sheehy was in the neighbor
hood of Melvin on Friday last after a
load of cedar posts when he was taken
with a sinking spell caused by heart
failure. He drove to Yale as fast as
possible where he was treated by Dr.
Yu'U. Ed looks to be a very healthy
young man but at times is troubled
with heart failure. He has remained
at home since and is on the improve.
Elder Chas. Farnham will close for
the present his engagement with the
Church of Christ in Brick Chapel on
Sunday next. He will preach this Fri
day evening. One-half hour's song
service before preaching. Service
commencing at 7:30, he will also
preach Saturday afternoon, 2:30
special service) and on Sunday morn
ing at 11 and again in the evening at
The young people connected with
the Brick Chapel intend having a
social gathering at the farm home of
Thomas Carless 1 mile west and 3
miles south, on Tuesday evening next.
Oysters will be served, from 6 to 8
o'clock. A good time is promised, as
Mrs. Carless is noted for spreading a
good table, and making guests feel at
home. Everybody old and young in
vited to be present and enjoy an even
ing's entertainment. Proceeds to go to
a worthy cause.
The coldest weather of the winter
came this week and everything was
wrapped in an icy embrace. Sunday
afternoon the wind raised to a great
velocity increasing to a regular bliz
zard by nine o'clock with fine driven
snow. Monday was a beautiful bright
day, warm and pleasant. At night
thermometers slid downwards and
Tuesday was a remarkably cold and
windy day. Tuesday night was worse
still and Wednesday not much better.
Thursday was still cold but with the
mercury gradually creeping upwards.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
Subscribe for The Yale Expositor.,
MOVEMENTS AND DOINGS OF PEOPLE
YOU MAY HAPPEN TO KNOW.
W. F. Ruh was in Port Huron Tues
day on business.
Sexton Grimes was over from Zion
the first of the week.
Chaa. F. Emery was in Port Huron
on business Monday.
Duncan Bentley and wife, of Dean
ville, visited friends in town Sunday.
Mrs. E. II . Drake and daughter Jean
spent Sunday with Port Huron friends.
Mrs. E. F. Fead visited friends in
Sarnia, Ont., the fore part of the week.
Jim Benedict, of Brown City, made
a Bhort visit to Yale Wednesday after
noon. Chas Rounds has been spending the
fore part of the week at May ville and
Carrie Clark is home from Saginaw
where she has been visiting her broth
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Parker, of Saginaw,
were tho guests of Mrs. A. Springer
John Windsor and wife, of Brown
City, were the guests of Yale relatives
Isaac Rosenthal has been in Detroit
the past week attending the wedding
of his brother.
Mayme Pearce and Anna Parkinson
are in Detroit looking up the latest
styles in millinery.
Township treasurer McKeith was in
Port Huron Tuesday and settled with
the county treasurer.
W. II. Ballentine and wife have
been spending the past few days with
their daughter in Flint.
Mrs. Eva Black is in Detroit where
she will remain for two weess study
ing the lastest spring designs of mill
inery. Hon. Jas. Livingston, of Baden,
Out., and O. II. Morris have been
guests of Jas. McColl and wife this
Mrs. Wm. Scott, of Mayville, was
called to Yale Wednesday on account
of the serious illness of her sister, Mrs.
Jas. Bright is in Listowell, Ont., this
week visiting his parents and friends,
from there ho expects to go to the far
west, either to Washington or Oregon.
Mrs. Otto Adolph returned to her
home at West Branch one day last
week after spending a few weeks at
the home of John J. Jackson near
? If you, dear reader, should re
ceive a statement of your indebU
edness for subscription to the Ex
positor don't get wrathy, but
either call or send the amount
due. Money is a great factor in
business and in order to conduct any
enterprise successfully this necessary
adjunct must be employed.
Notice to Maccabees.
All members of Yale Tent, No. 86,
KOTM, are requested to be present at
a review to be held in Maccabee Hall
on Tuesday evening, March 19, 1901, at
which time a vote will be taken on the
question of levying a special assess
ment of SOcts on each member every
six months. The purpose of said as
sessment is to raise money with which
to build a new hall.
43-2 Wm. Strevel. Record Keeper.
Ho Must Confess.
Dear Sin: I used the White Wine of
Tar Syrup you sent me, and must con
fess I derived more benefit to my lungs
from it than from any remedy I have
ever tried, and cheerfully recommend
it to everyone having any kind of lung
trouble. Truly yours,
A. M. HUMPHREY,
Minister of Baptist Church.
Trilla, Coles county, 111. Sold by
Staley & McKeith.
House and Lot For Sale.
Property located on east North street
roomy house and barn acre of
land good well and cistern a good
home at a low figure. Call at resi
dence. Mrs. M. Dooley. 44tf.
Farm For Sale.
I have a choice 80 acres of land in
Sanilac county, four miles from a first
class market, 30 acres cleared and 30
acres good timber. I will sell it for a
reasonable figure John H. Merrill,
Yale, Mich, 42 tf
fe J&tZi ej
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure a
Cough or Cola at onco. Conquers
Croup, "Whooprng-Cough and Measlo
Cough without foil. Mothers praiso
It. Doctors prescribe it for Bronchi
tis, Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia
and Consumption. It gives quick,
sure results. Price, 25 cts. Refuse the
dealers Buostitute ; it is not as pood.
Always cures when others fail.
Dr. Bull's P11U cure Constipation and Liver
TroubiM. go pUU, to etc. Trial box, 0 eta.
Digests what you cat.
This preparation contains all of tho
digestants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
falls to cure. It allows you to eat all
tho food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By Its use many
thousands of dyspeptics havo been
cured after everything else failed. It
is unequalled for all stomach troubles.
It can't help
but do you flood
Prepared only by E. O. DtTWitt & Co., Chicago
The $1. bottle contains H tlmca tbe&Oc !
For Sale by Grant Holden.
Tfc 11 .. L 1 0
you buy of us
Bring Us Your
Produce and Cash $
DAISY CHECKS. SELL PHONE.
Invites Those Interested
to call at their warerooms on Main street and look
over the fine assortment of
Baggies, Carriages, Wagons, Cotters, Agricnltaral Implements.
No matter whether you buy or not they will be just as
pleased to show you around.
Mclntyre & Harris, - Yale, Mich.
t Wra! Wrap 1 1 Wrappers!!!?
We have them. ft
mi j i i i -3
j xne largest assortment ever snown.
I E. B. FULLER & CO.,.
MASONIC BLOCK, Bell fhone. YALE. MICH.
Don't fail to see them.
Is what you want and that is just the kind wo make. Our
"2"alo X'rira." and IDell" brands will please you.
Ask Your Grocer for Either.
We also make High-Grado Corn ileal, '
Buckwheat and Graham.
The Yale Milling Co., imm.