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"I don't think ws eonld fceep
fconae without Thedford's Dlck
prsught. Wo have used It In the
family for over two years with the
beat of reaulta. 1 have not had a
doctor in the honae for that length
ftime. It is a doctor in itself and
al waya ready to make a person we 11
and jappy.-JAMEa UAIX, Jack
Becauso this great medicine
relieves stomach raini, frees tho
constipated bowels and invigor
ates the torpid lirer and weak
h necessary in the home where
Thedford's Black-Draught is
kept. Families living in the
country, miles from any physi
cian, have been kept in health
for years with this mcdicinoas
their only doctor. Thedford's
Black - Draught cures bilious
ness, dyspepsia, colds, chills and
fever, bad Hood, headaches,
diarrhoea, constipation, colic
and almost every other ailment
because the stomach, bowels
liver and kidneys so nearly con
trol tho health.
F. & A. M.
BROCKWAY LODGE, NO. 316.
oqKt'Kiilar communication for 1905 will
held on the following Thursday eve
nings of each month at 8 o'clock In Masonic hall
corner Main and North streets, Yale: Jan, ll,
Feb. 1(1, Mar. Hi, Apr. 1.1. May 18, June Ifl and '24.
July 13, Auk- 10. Kent. 7, Oct. 12. Nov. 9. Dec. 7
ami 27. Edward Newell, W. M.
lienry Tearee, Sec. II. E. Beard, Tress.
YALE CHAPTER. NO. 64, O.E.S.
EEC UHK MEETINGS for 190.- will he held
on the following Wednesday evenings of
each month In Masonic hall. Vale: -January i
February 22, March 22, April 13, May L'4. June 21,
Julv l'.i. Aug. It!. Sept 13. Oct. 18. November 15,
Dec.13. Mrs. Minnie E. Holden, w M.
Dr. V. A. 1-icy. W. I'.
Mrs. Wane he Ivarmont, Sec.
YALE TXNT. NO
86, K. O. T. M. M.
every first and third
Tuesday eveninus of ;nli
month tit 7 ;:ifl o'clock sharp
in their hall, Mathews .s;
Wight Work. Visiting S-r
Knights will he royally re
ceived. Members request
ed to attend regularly.
John Ellsworth. Com.
Wni. Stark. K K.
W. A. Cavauagli, F. K.
ADVANCE LODGE, NO. 110, I. O. O. F.
SrAf Meets every Friday evening at
V?iV their hall In Union l'.loek. Yale.
N-u- Visiting brethren always weleonif.
W. A. I'avanagh, N. i.
Alfred (Joheen, Sec. F. A. Urtswold, Ireas.
DR. BENJ. CLYNE
TJIIYSirlAN. SUKUEON AND ACCOF
J. CHEH. onu-e on Main Ktreet, lirst
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Jtooms. Olllce hours from 12 to 3:30. Tues
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Victoria University, Toronto, Ont.
Ofllce and residence on Main street. Olllce
hours: 7 to a a in, 12 m to 1:3U p m and after
C p in.
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OFFICE Over First National Bank,
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Tuesdays and Saturdays.
DR. P. G. LATHROP.
DENTIST, has had 30 years experience
in Mechanical Dentistry. Uses the
latest methods of extracting teeth. Ofllce
on Main street, next door south of The l'al
sley. YALE, MICH.
J. B. STEVENS.
VETEMXAKY SURGEON. Graduate
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ber State Veterinary association, (alls
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WANT SMOOT EXPELLED.
The Baptists Adopt Resolutions Urg
ing Such Action In the Senate.
St Louis, May 23. Interest In last
night's meeting of the American Bap
tist Publication society, as part of the
national Baptist anniversaries, cen
tered In the adoption of the report of
the committee on resolutions, which
submitted a strongly-worded resolu
tion denouncing Mormonlsm and ask
ing for the expulsion from the United
States senate of Reed Smoot of Utah.
Copies of the resolution were or
dered sent to President Roosevelt.
Vice President Fairbanks, Speaker
Joseph Cannon and Senator J. C. Bur
rows. The resolution was worded as
"Whereas, the recent congressional
Investigations have shown that tha
Mormon hierarchy Is openly defying
the laws, both state and national;
therefore, be It
"Resolved, That we urge upon con
gress the necessity of radical action
for the removal of the manifest evils
"Resolved, That we call upon the
United States senate to expel Reel
Smoot of Utah from that body as un
worthy of membership."
Killed by Fire Damp.
Vienna, May 23. According to news
received hero from Llezen, ln Styrla,
seventeen persons have been killed by
an explosion caused by fire damp in
the Boaruck tunnel there. The explo
sion took place In the lower galleries
on the southern side of the tunn.?'..
There were seventeen men In the tun
nel at the time, and It is feared that
all have perished. Several attempts
at res-cue were made, but all of them
failed, the members of the rescue
party having been overcome by the
fumes of the gases. The completed
portion of the tunnel was cot dam
aged. The tunnel Is being bored
through the Bosruck mountain In con
nection with a second railway to
Bids For Guns.
Washington, May 23. Bids for eight
8-Inch, twelve 7-lnch and thirty-two
6-inch guns for the battleship New
Hampshire and the armored embers
Montana and North Carolina, opened
at the navy department, were as fol
lows: Eight-inch, Bethlehem Sceel
Co., $21,690 each; Mid vale Steel C.
$17,142 each. Seven-Inch, Bethlehem
Steel Co., $19,959 each; Midvale Steel
Co., $14,315 each. Six-inch, Bethlehem
Steel Co.. $12,850 each; Midvale Steel
Co., $12,283 ea-ch. These bids are for
us without mounts.
Terminated by Death.
New York, May 23. When the suit
cf Anna Theresa Anderson fcr $10 V
000 damages for breach of promise
against Le Droict Langdon Barber, son
of Amzil' Barber, head of the Barber
Asphalt Co., was called in the supremo
court yesterday before Justice Gilder
sleeve, It was announced by counsel
for the defendant that Mr. Barber had
died at West End, N. J., on Friday
last. As the action came to an end
with tho death of the defendant, Jus
tice Glldersleeve marked the case off
Washington, May 23. The monthly
statement of the collections of internal
revenue shows that for the month of
April, 1905, the total receipts were
$17,409,291, a decrease a3 compared
with April, 1904, of $197,152. For tha
ten months of the present fiscal year
the total receipts were $193,451,098,
which Is a decrease as compared with
the corresponding period In 1904 of
Tuesday, May 23.
DETROIT. Wheat : No. 1 -white,
$1.05; No. 2 red, $1.05; July, 90c; Sep
tember, 85Uc Corn No. 3 mixed,
BiHc; No. 3 yellow, BCc. Oats No.
3 white, 33 c. Rye No. 2, 80c. Beani
May, $1.63; July, $1.68. Clover
CHICAGO. Wheat: May, $1.01;
July, 88c. Corn May, 56Tac; July,
48V8C Oats May, 30c; July, 29c.
Pork May, $12.50; July, $12.62. Lard
May, $7.20; July, $7.35. Ribs May,
$7.10; July, $7.25. Flax May, $1.20.
Live Stock Markets.
DETROIT. Cattle: Choice etesrir
$5.C06.50; light to good butcher
steers and heifers, $3.505; mlxJ
butchers' fat cows, $34.50; good
shippers' bulls, $3.504.25. Veal
calves, $3.5005.50. Milch cows and
springers, $25050 each. Best yearling
lambs, $6.5006.85; fair to good lambs,
$506; fair to good butcher sheep.
$3.5005; culls and common, $2.50JJ
3 50; spring lambs, $10 per cwt. Hngs
Light to good butchers, $5.4003.45
pigs, $5.3005.35; light Yorkers, $5.35
05.40; roughs, $405.
CHICAGO. Cattle: Good to primi
steers, $5.6006.75; poor to medium.
$4.4005.50; bulla, $2.6004.73; calve,
$206.25. Hogs Mixed and butcher.
$5.4005.53; good to choice heavy
$3.4305.57; light, $5.3305.55. Sheep
Good to choice wethers, shorn, $4.73
05.25; native lambs, shorn, $4,300'
EAST BUFFALO. Cattle : Best ex
port steers, $6.1506.25; best shipping
steers, $5.5005.80; best fat cows, $4.25
04.75; . best fat heiferq. $5.2505.50;
export bulls, $4.2504.40. Hogs, strong;
pigs, $5.7005.75; mixed and Yorker,
$5.7005.80. Best lambs, $6.6006.65;
best sheep, $3.2305.50. Calves, best,
$6.2506.50; fair to good, $5.5006.
LITIGATION IS ENDED.
Detroit and Bay City Traction Com
pany Can Now Proceed.
Pontlac, Mich., May 22. As far as
litigation 13 concerned, the promoters
of the Detroit-Bay City Traction Com
pany are free to go ahead with their
project. Orrin J. Price, who some
time began suit against the stockhold
ers In the enterprise, has withdrawn
his suit, a settlement having been
reached out of court. He has been
paid for his share in the enterprise
and Is now said to be entirely out of
As first planned, the road was to
have been built only from Detroit to
Lapeer, and a number of Detroit men
organized a company for this purpose.
Later an extension to Bay City waa
planned and the old company reor
ganized, bonds being lsslt-d and sold
In New York, and some New York and
Chicago men Interested, chief amons
the people being Charles T. Gregory
of New York.
Complications then arose and Mr.
Price finally brought suit, alleging
that he did not secure his proper
share of stock In the new company.
No actual work of construction has
been begun on the road, although near
ly all the right of way has been ob
tained. It Is said also that the con
tract for building the line has Just
been let and that construction will b3
gin very shortly.
KNOCKED DOWN TWICE.
Well-Known Marshall Man Runs
Battle Creek, Mich., May 22. John
Southworth, well-to-do Marshalllte and
autolst of considerable reputation, has
been having tragedies in his home life.
Thursday night a house owned by
Southworth in Marshall caught lire
and there were signs of Incendiarism.
Southworth talked too freely a-bout
It to a Mr. Mann Friday and waj
knocked down, his nose made Into a
pulpy bulb. Saturday he set blood
hounds on the trail of silver stolen
during the Are and they crossed the
property of Jim Fahey, ex-saloonist.
Fahey met the autoist on the street
and asked why the dogs smelled on Lis
Southworth la said to have replied
that it was none cf Fahey'n business
The prominvnt capitalist was there
upon knockea down a:ul severely hurt..
Ho has sworn out crlraiml warrant
for Fahey and Mann and a specisl
civil warrant against Fah?y.
Mctor Speeder Injured.
Muskegon, Mich., May 22. Paul
Stamsen, considered one cf the fast
est motor cycle riders In the tvcsv,
was Injured about the head, face,
chest and arm as the result of a
chain In his whet-1 breaking while rid
ing the sixth lap of a five-mile race
Sunday afternoon. He was speedirs
at a 1:35 clip when the accident oc
curred, throwing him high In the air.
He landed on the hard track face
downward. Spectators rushed to the
track, stopping the race. The injured
man was placed under physicians
Kalamazoo Man Honored.
Kalamazoo, Mich., May 22. Isaac
Goldberg of Kalamazoo has been
unanimously elected president of th
sixth district, Independent Order B'nal
Brith, at the annual meeting In Mil
waukee. The order is the leading
Jewish secret society in the country,
largely supporting a Jewish orphan
age at Cleveland. It is believed next
year's convention will come to Kala
mazoo. Died From Injuries.
Detroit, Mich., May 22. Michael Rl
gac, 24, living at Rlvard and Osborne
streets, died at Grace hospital Sunday
morning from Injuries received Friday
night at the plant ' of the American
Car & Foundry Co. Rlgac'a right leg
was crushed from the hip down and
was amputated by Dr. R. L. Kennedj'.
Rigac was unable to withstand the
shock subsequent to the operation.
Coroner Toepel will hold an Inquest.
Miss Mary Davis, a resident of Lan
sing for over fifty years, and 87 years
cf age, Is dead.
Fenton Is considering the advisabil
ity of falling Into line on the standard
J. Nichols of etandish. was kicked
by a vicious hcrse in the back, produc
ing paralysis. He may not recover.
Bad cheoise caused the serious !)!
ness cf two Adrian families, but physi
cians have cucceeded In getting them
out of dangrr.
Miss Viola Ryland, aged 0, daugh
ter cf Johu Ryland, a well-known
Standlsh man, Jumped from a carriage
when about to start for a ride aud
broke her right leg.
Mrs. All;e Stephenson of Denvor,
Col., has laid a claim before the com
missioners cf the Oliver St. John es
tate of Mllford for $2,220 alimony al
lowed In a divorce decree twenty-two
Doctors recently removed a nail
from tho appendix of Mary Darling of
Ortonvllre. It Is thought she swal
lowed It when a child. Although In a
critical condition, It Is believed she
Tho finding of two girls of tender
age In the back room of a Muskegon
saloon has led the authorities to Issue
orders for a wholesale renovating of
saloons and all possible breeding
places of rico.
The power that gives you
life and motion is the nerve
force, or nerve fluid, located in
the nerve cells of the brain,
and sent out through the
nerves to the various organs.
If you are tired, nervous,
irritable, cannot sleep; have
headache, feel stuffy, dull and
melancholy, or have neuralgia,
rheumatism, backache, peri
odical pains, indigestion, dys
pepsia, stomach trouble, or the
kidneys and liver are inactive,
your life-current is weak.
Power-producing fuel is need
ed ; something to increase nerve
energy strengthen the nerves.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Ner
vine is the fuel you need. It
feeds the nerves, produces nerve
force, and restores vitality.
"When I bogan taking Dr. Miles'
Restorative Nervine and Antl-I'aln ,
Tills I was confined to my bod. I
had severe nervous spells, the result
of two years illness with malaria. I
gradually srew bo weak that I was
unable to sit up. The ppells would
commence with cold chills, and I
would become weak and almost help
less. My circulation was poor. I
had doctored right alonjr but grew
weaker and weaker. The Nervine
seemed to Btrenprthcn me right away
and my circulation was better. I havo
taken In all seven bottles of the
Nervine, and I am entirely well."
ROSA K. WKAVER, Stuarts, la.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold by your
druggist, who will guarantee that the
first bottle will benefit. If It fails, he
will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
f Tho Tastornof the Varlom Churches of
V the VIllHutt Ar Invited to Hand lu
A Church Items Each Week
Class meetinir. 10 o'clock: Dreachmer
service 10:30 a. in.; Sunday school 11:30
a.m.; .Junior league .iioop.m.; hpworth
League l:30 p. in.; preaching 7:30 p. m.
Thursday evening prayer meeting.
Jirockway 2:30 p. m. preaching.
Iter. .?. A. Thompson.
Services will be held in the Presby
terian church at the usual hours.
I'mvhim: at 10:30 a. in. and 7.-00 p. m.;
Sunday School at 11:30 a. in.; C K.
meeting at n. -00 p. m.; mid-week meet
ing on Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m.
ltev. C. 1). Kllis.
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
Lord's Day services: -Sunday School
lO.-oo a. m.; preaching 1HM) a. m.: ('. K.
meeting (5:00 p. m.; preaching 7.lX)p. in.;
prayer ana praise service '1 hursuay ev
ening 7:30 j). m. A cordial welcome.
lludolph Jleicke, pastor.
Sunday services as follows: Preach
ing at 10:30 a. in. and 7:00 p.nv.Sunday
School at 11:15 a. m; Christian Endeav
or at C:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs
day evening at 7:30. All are invited.
A. E. Miller, pastor.
Preaching Sunday evening at
Sunday School at 10:30 a. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30.
All invited. S. J. Keid, pastor.
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