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The yLE Expositor
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Buick Autos i
J as. A. Mkniks, I'ublisher.
PRACTICALLY
to the farmer is a Cultivator. Why, yoii say r Jlecause you can accom
plish more work with one of these than.you could with ten men.
Uesiiles that, it can be adjusted into a harrow. Makes either Hat
or crowning hill as you desire. Tho Riding Dic Cultivator is made
of the best material, and least complicated of any cultivator sold. Y ou
can get extra attachments at a slight additional cost. e have other
Farm Implements, too.
I GEORGE McINTYRE,
YALE
AND
Don't
jj that we have the nicest line of UNDERSKIRTS
ever shown in the city. The
I "Hy Art" Skirt
is certainly up to date in every respect, being
t made on a model which makes them superior to
f all others. In all colors in Silk, Heather Bloom,
?i Muslin, Chambra and Gingham.
i We also have just received a new line of
I Muslin Underwear
that we will be pleased to show you.
i Hayes Sz SIb.eel1.3r
Horse Collar SenseiA
wonder that dealers sold over 35,(X)0 of these Collars last vear and that over
&O.0UO are in use?
Price per pair $15.00.
1.1 Days Trial, If Not Satisfactory Money Refunded.
Wa carry a full line of Honest Home-Made Light and Heavy Harness.
Yours for a square deal
TALE,
IMPORTED CLYDESDALE STALLION
Bladdenoch Boy
fctjQb'iWj ol- -VIl of the
r'.v unci Ireland will
1
MONDAY Noon at Win. Cheesman'a, Urockway; Night at Win. Campbell's, Lynn
TUKSDAY Noon at Cl.as. Adams'; Night at Hugh Ilodgins', Urockway.
WKDNINDAY all day at Ten Cent Ham, Yale.
THURSDAY Noon at IVter (J leason's, Speaker; Night at Hotel Jltrn, Melvin.
riUDA Y Noon at (Jeo. W. Elaton's, Speaker; Night it Ten-Cent Darn, Yale.
SATURDAY all day at Ten Cent Ram, Yale.
Certificate of ecilgrree:
This is to C riify that the Clydesdale Stallion Rladdenooh Roy is regis
tered in the Clydesdale Horse Society book of Ureat Rritan and Ireland and that
his record iitiinU i is ah stated above.
Color and Description: Dark brown, star on face, hind fetlock white.
Weight, IH.V)iuihmU. Having superior style and action for acoltof his breeding.
l'edigree:- Tcaled May 31st. MB. Rred by Andrew Mcdill, Rarsalloch,
Wigtown, S'-olland. (iot by Lord Fanntleroy KUTO; he by Sir .John Maxwell
'.Mia; lie by Knight of KUerslie :iT:i7; he by (Jood Hope 1CJS). First dam Radv
of Rarsalloch Vol. XXVII; second dam Trim. of Rarsalloch Vol. XXVlf;
third dam Reauty of Rarsalloch.
. Termo and Conditions:
Single leap !fi.OO, payable at time of service. For the season SS.M), pay
able last round. To insure, a mare with foal $10.00, to lie paid February 1st,
HMO. To in tire standing colt 812.00. .
Mares must be returned regularly to the horso or they will bo charged as
reason mares whether in foal or not. Owners parting with mares before foaling
time will be held for the insurance. All accidents at owner's risk. Colts held
for service mony until paid for.
O. HF. IHIESILSr 5C CO.
Expositor Advertisements Pay.
A NECESSITY
AVOCA.
Forget
It in impossible to
Sweeney colts with the
"Whipple" Humane Col
lar, and 110 sweat pads
are used to burn them up
in hot weather. Note the
points of trouble marked
on the small illustration
(in the circle) showing
where and why the old
rtylo collar bruises the
horse. With this Collar
a horse can pull a much
heavier load as there are
over 45 square inches of
pulling hurface on each
sho.ilder properly placed
as compared with only
about 10 square inches
of pulling surface im
properly placed on the
old -stylo collar. Do you
MICH.
Clydesdale llorseSociety of ireat Jlritain
make the season of HIOII as follows:
Agent for this High Grade
Machine.
The finest line of
we ever carried.
$
$
$
hi
$
$
$
It
$
$
.
cttmztik test
F. & A. M
BROCKWAY LODGE. NO. 316.
Kt'ljul;tr eoiniiiiinW'sitions for I'.kki will
ho lifld on tlu following Thursday ovev
iilticN of oatrli month at h o clock in Masonic hall
corner Main mid North (street. Yalo: Fell. 4;
Mar. 4; April .lime July Aiir. IN-;
Sept. ': Oct. I!; Nov. S.p; !. iM-VT:
Jlcnry Pearce. Sec. V. K. Mencrcy. W. M.
II. K. Hear J. Treas.
VALE CHAPTER. NO. 6 O. E- S-
PKCIM.AUMKKTINCS for 1K).1 will lie held
each inoiitliln Masonic hall. Vale: llruary Hi;
Mar 10; Apr. 7; mhv 5; .nines; July 7: Auk. 4;
-pt. 1--J9; Nov. 3; J c. 1 '.H.
Mrs. I.. Koy Fuller, W. M.
Mrs. .1. (J. Holden, So. W. A. CavanaKh, V. P.
YALE TENT, NO. 86. K. O.T. M. M.
UKCULAK KKVIKW
tvry first and third
Tuesday evening if aMi
month at 7 :.) o't-Ux'k Kh.irp
iln their hall, Mathews a
iwiirtit i'.km-k. isitimtMr
Knlthts will lo royally re-
'eelved. Meinlwrs ur;((d
to uttend remilarly.
.lames (ioheeii, ( om.
Osear I,an. U K.
W. A ( avaiiaKh, F. K.
FURNITURE
AND
UNDERTAKING
In the spring house cleaning time .
one finds several pieces of furni
ture worn out and needs replacing
with new. We have a lino large
, assortment of
Ikd Room Suites,
Entcnsion Tables,
Chairs and Rockers,
Lounges, Settees, Etc.
A visit to our store will convince
ydu that we have as large an assort
ment of everything needed in a
home as can be found anywhere.
Trices as low as the lowest.
GEO. GOUGH.
STIFFENERS
You get ono with rncli
iiclijec shirt. Hotter
?cnl i.i ono nix I see
what they are.
Wc Wash Everything
HITTER'S I LAUNDRY
THE REST Kuft
BILIOUSNKSa
AND KIDNEYS.
mm iV
mm
BITTER8
Entered in the Tost-OHiee at Yao as
Second Clas.-i Alail Matter.
srnsciiir'rioN itATr.s:
One Year 31 00
Six Months W)
Three Months li"
Advertising Kales mado known on
application.
FKIDAY. JUNE 1. VJW.
Items of ltilrest Taken l'rom Our Ex
Changes an. I i uili-naed tor lixi'Obltor
Ueaders
0 !'3OC' v-ov34jxi"3
Tho graduathrg class at liexington
consists ot three girls.
Marine City people are having trouble
with their water supply.
There is no doctor located in Melvin
Must be a pretty healthy place.
Several weeks of local option in
jsrown my . have admittedly worked
tine and successfully.
St. Clair people own oyer 40 motor
boats but not a half dozen automobiles
are owned in the city.
Meunonites from all over the btate
will hold a camp-meeting in Tort Hur
on June Hi to the li.th.
Two deaths occurred at the St. Clair
county poor house last week. (Jeorge
Smith and Charles (leer.
Sandusky will vote on bonding the
city for f'.t.HX) to build an addition to
the present school building.
Carsonville Episcopal church has a
line new organ, presented by Major
.lackmans widow of Detroit.
.1. 11. Keys, former editor of tho Lex
ington News, is in Urown City, helping
edit the new paper just launched there,
l'ostoflice clerks of the state held
their annual convention in Tort Huron
on Monday, about 1"0 being in attend
ance.
An Almont man set a hen on 17 eggs
and just three weeks from date the hen
came oil the proud mother of la chick
ens. l'retty good.
Some of the foreigners who work in
tho-beet fields around Almont kill the
song birds to eat. They must find out
It 8 against the law.
Mrs. Hannah ltoberts, of Harbor
JJeach, took a large dose of paris green
iu milk with suicidal intent, but a doc
tor brought her back to life.
Former sheriff Thomas Moore is in a
critical condition at his home In St.
Clair. His relatives have all been noti
lied and some are now at his bedside.
David Quail sr., who has been in the
grain business at Croswell for tho past
twentv-lour years, now oilers his eleva
tor for sale and will retire from active
life.
Twenty-four pupils attend the Island
school in St. Clair river. Max Morash,
of Wad hams, is the teacher. The is
land is about KM) feet square, and the
students arrive and depart by boat.
A duplicate of the steamer North
Lake will be built at the St. ( lair ship
yard this summer. '1 he order ia already
in for steel and work will begin at
once. It is expected that the keel will
be laid the first part of July.
J udgo Mitchell, Port Huron's aged
attorney, celebrated his irjnd birthday
last Thursday. An informal meeting
w:is held by the St. Clair .County Jlar
Association and gMd wishes and a
purse of gold were presented the
Judge.
The Uapid Railway has a gang of
men at work at Fair Haven changing
the sharp curve in the road at that
point. The tracks will hereafter run
in the rear of Lallounty's store instead
of in the front. Other curves will be
straightened.
Drunken men were reeling about
Tort Huron's streets last Sunday and
Chief of Police Marx has been investi
gating. Druggists were found to have
sold many bottles of whiskev and if
any have been violating Ihe law they
will be prosecuted.
Through the thoughtlessness of
schoolmates, who Wrre too ready to
taunt and jeer, Florence Taylor K-yr-old
daughter of John Taylor, of Mem
phis, becamo despondent and took car
bolic acid to end her life. A doctor
saved her with dilliculty and it is hoin d
the thoughtless ones will mend their
ways and manners.
Chester E. Jlricker, proprietor of the
drug store at SIX) Huron avenue. Fort
Huron, pleaded guilty to the charge of
violating the druggists act berore J udgo
Jllack in police court June 2d and was
lined $75 and $5 costs or 1M) days im
prisonment in the county jail. The
line was immediately paid. Mr. Urick
er's violation of the law, according to
the complaint, was not for yiolating
the liquor law, but for a technical vio
lation of the druggist act, in not regis
tering the quantity sold to each person.
A Thrilling Rescue
How F.ert It. Lean, of Cheny, Wash.,
was saved from a frightful death is a
story to thrill the world. "A hard cold,"
he writes, brought on a desjerate lung
trouble that ball led an expert doctor
here. Then I paid 610 to $15 a visit to
a lung specialist in Spokane, who did
not help me. Then L went to California
but without benefit. At last used Dr.
King's New Discovery, which com
pletely cured me and now I am as well
as ever." For lung trouble, bronchitis,
coughs, cold", croup and whooping
cough lis supreme. Mic and J 1.00. Trial
bottle free. (Guaranteed by Follock &
Hennessy.
Money to Loan.
1 have 325,000 that I want to loan
within the next two weeks on farm
property. J. A. Kapley, Attorney,
Vale. 4'J-
New Photograph Gallery.
A. Jt. (1 ranger, of Drown City, has
opened a photograph gallery upstairs
in the White Duildiiur, Main street,
Yale, and will be here Saturday, of each
week. He invites the people of Yale
and vicinity to call and inspect his
wrorjc. u ii
WW
(tm iff?
You
TOH1T EEUTTOIT,
WEST BROCKWAY.
Mm. Alex Watt i3 again on the sick
list.
Mr. ami Mrs. Spring, of Capac, visit
ed at ("lias. Can-on's this week.
Miss Wheeler returned to her home
in Capac on Wed tesday after cloning
a successful if rm of school.
The Childreii'n Day exercises of the
Cole church are being prepared and
will be given Sunday, June !ioth.
Win. Kdgerlon attended 'he Orange
men's convention at Ubly this week as
a delegate from Washington Lodge.
He reports a line time and everything
working well for the celebration in
Yale, .Inly 12.
Marie Wixon and Mrs. Frank
1'hillipF, former teachers of the Cole
Hchool, were no much interested in the
scholars of thiw school that they came
quite a distance to hear them" recite
and to congratulate them.
The eighth grade graduating exer
cises held in the Cole church Tuesday
evening were a decided success, each
of the thirteen graduates doing their
part well. Com. K. T. lilaekney was
present and resented the diplomas,
also gave a very interesting talk.
The picnic was a grand success in
cluding the program and dinner with
the final wind-up of delicious ice cream.
There were about I.K) in attendance.
The pupils presented their teacher
with a silver meat fork and a china
bon-bon dish, in return the teacher
gave each scholar a neat piece of burnt
wood of some design made by herself.
OLD BROCKWAY.
Mrs. Stephen Jlalmer, who has been
visiting her daughters, at Armada and
Fort Huron, has returned to her home.
Nellie Magner closed a very success
ful school Wednesday. Here's hoping
that she will take this school another
year.
Master Francis and Vernal M. Fier
son, of Frown City, have been visiting
their cousin Fllen Laycock the past
week.
The eighth grade exercises, held at
the McKinney hall Wednesday night,
were just line, there being sixteen
graduates receiving diplomas from
Commissioner 1 Hackney.
Board of Review.
To all jH'rsons liable to assessment
for taxes in the Township of Urockway,
County of St. Clair, State of Michigan,
for the year Unci:
Notice is hereby given, That the
Assessment Roll for the said Township
of Urockway for the year l'.KKi has been
completed, and that the Foard of Re
view of said township will be in ses
sion on the first of the following dates
at the home of Wellington Newell, on
the second date at the Town Hall iu
said township, and on the third date at
,lohn I.. Fatterson's: Tuesday, June H,
V.W, and Monday and Tuesday, June
14 and 15, 1!KX, from U.KX) to 12:00
o'clock a. m., and from 1.-00 to 5:00
o'clock p. m., of each of said days, at
which time and nlace the aforesaid
Assessment Foil will bo subject to re
view and correction, and all persons
who may consider themselves aggriev
ed by any valuation of property as now
set forth in saul Assessment Foil, or
who may have knowledge of any errors
contained iu said Foil, or omission
from the same, or who may have rea
son to suppose that such errors exist,
will then and there be heard by said
Foard of Feview, and all errors found
to exist within snid Assessment Foil
will be duly corrected, and all property
subject to taxation within said town
ship found to have been omitted from
Assessment Foil will bo placed thereon
by said Foard of Feview And such
Assessment Foil, as corrected and ap
proved by said Foard of Feview shall
be the Assessment Roll of said Town
ship for the year VMK
(liven under my hand, at my oOice in
said Township, this 25th day of May,
A. I). 1WW. John L. Fatterson,
We Live to Learn.
Mehmcd V., new Sultan of Turkey,
learned that graft, spies, despotism and
slavery do not travef hand in hand with
mnjcstical serenity. Abdul Jlamid
learned it. but too late. -That is why
today the Ottoman empire is undergo
ing metamorphosis, tho various stages
of which furnish an entrancing story.
Read it in this paper's next issue.
Rejuvenation of Turkey by Willard
W. (iarrison, you will learn the inside
facts of the new regime in Turkey, the
ways of Mehmcd, the tragic lines in
Ottoman life today ami the possibili
ties which "New 1 urkey presents to
Americans.
i'hotogiaphs taken on the streets of
Turkey during the stirring scenes of
revolution will furnish an elaborate
pictorial balance for the article. .
Trouble Makers Ousted.
When a sufferer from stomach trouble
takes Dr. King's New Life Fills he's
mighty glad to tee his l)yiepsia and
Indigestion lly, but more lie s tickled
over his new line appetite, strong
nerves, healthy vigor, all because stom
ach, liver and kidneys now work right.
25o at Pollock it Uennessy's.
Armor Brand Tinware
c2er yoa your first opportunity of knowing you're getting your
ooncy's worth you buy tinware.
It 13 impossible to tell the ilZcrcnce between poor and good tinware
Cimply f:oci tho vrsy it loom. encap, tnmiy
conted ware ii juct 33 brijfct and Bhiay as tho
rood, honest value.
Amnr Hrand Tiwsro h costcd with
aa extra (h..k cost cf pure tin
and 3 the only t:L...-t:ro sold under a trade
label by ns-ui:. That name 13 your guido
to the tinware that wears and wear3. Remem
ber tho moc, Armor lirand, and insist on
having it. Iti ttie only vray to be Sure of
getting full vain fr
coat of pure tin ij
ru?t, so, for war,
Tinware.
Can Duy Armor Grand Tinware
HE, -SHE AND IT
The faces of the
young just start
ing in life are good
to look at, partic
ularly in a good
picture.
NOW "IT"
whicli is the pic
t u r e we take,
abounds in beauty
of detail, in hand
some mountings
and appropriate
backgrounds and
finish. A good pic
tirre becomes an
asset of value
later in life.
LET US TAKE
YOU TO-DAY.
Loy Sperry,
rilUKiGRAPIUR.
Vale, - Mich.
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
Whereas Charles loe and Kloille Doe his wife,
of the City of I'orc Huron. Mlcliiu'iui. made ami
exemted a certain mortirajre heimm; date the
2nd day of April A 1). i:jh. to the Commereixl
Hank, a corporation organized and existing un
der and hy virtue of the laws of the State of
.Mli'iiigan, and liaring Its principal omce lor uie
transaction of business In the ( Ity of Tort Huron
Michigan, which mortnaire was recorded In the
olllcn of the Keixlster of Deeds of the County ot
St. t lair, sa d state, on the-Uh day of April A. I)
I'.nh), at 4:4") o'clock In the attcrnoon, In l.iher HI
of inorticnufH on D.iue.'fti.
And w hereas ti e amount claimed to he due on
said mortL'HL'o fur principal and Interest at tin
date of this notice Is Twenty-one-hundred nine
teen ami 4;i-loo dollars, and no suit or proceed
ings ImviriK hecn Instituted at law to recover the
delt now remaining secured thereby orany part
thereof.
Ami whereas default has heen made In the
payment of the money secured by said iiiortifave
whereby the ower of sale contained therein has
lierome operative.
Now therefore, notice Is hereby jflven that by
virtue of said power of sale contained In said
mortuaire ami iu pursuance thereof, and of the
statute, In such ase made and provided, the
said inortirane will b foreclosed by a sale of tht
mortwiKed premises at Public Vendue to the
highest bidder at the trout door of the Court
House In the !ity of Port Huron, In said County
of St. Clair, tnat lining llie place ot Holding cir
cuit Court within said county, on Tuesday the
:ml day of August A. D. chki. at 10:00 o'clock in
the forenoon to satisfy the amount due as afort
said together with the Interest as provided Iu
said inortane at the rate of 7 percent peran
um!) with the expenses of foreclosure Including
an attorney fee of thirty live (u."i.()o) dollars.
The premises to be sold Iu accordance wllh
alHive notice are described In said mortgage as
follows: Lot filteen(ir) and the east twenty-live
sr) feet of Lot sixteen (Ii!) of Thome's plat, west
of Coinmercliil street "of a part of the City of
Port Huron, County of St. Clair and State of
Michigan
Dated at Port Huron, Michigan, May 3rd, A
D., I'.KRI
COMMKKC1AL HANK,
by A. I. nennetr, President
FKKI KK1('K It. ItKOWN, Mortginje
Attorney for Mortgagee.
'.'.V1T7 White P.lock. Port Huron, Mich. 3-LI
FREDERICK B. BROWN
Attorney-at- Law
23- White Flock. Opposite Fost
Ollice.
Tel. No. 552 Port Huron, Mich.
Pain
Weakens
Headache, rheumatism,
neuralgia, or pains of any
nature weaken the sys
temthey arc a strain up
on tho nerves. Almost
instant relief can bo ob
tained by taking Dr. Miles
Anti-Pain Pills, and with
out any bad after-effects.
Take ono on first indica-'
tion of an attackit will
ward it off. They arc a
pleasant little tablet, sold
by druggists everywhere,
25 doses - 25 cents;
never sold in bulk.
"I wns nubjoct to constant hend
rirhcR f.,r a xr of four Vf:,rs. At
times l wn almont unnttert for th
work m which I nm cnpncl that of
?r ,a r,?,nii 1 J.t,,v, I)r- Miles' AMI-
i, ? 'iIs- nn1 ,hp rcs"'t has bffn
that I havo entirely orarllontod my
pyptorn of those continuous headnches
that follow n continual mental strain.
1 hoy imvo donn for me nil that la
clalmcU for them."
O IlITS?c!PT T
ARt. C. & N. W. ny., 'rattle Crrck. ia.
-I hnvn used Dr. Mll' Antl-raln
, f ear now for ncumljrla
nml flnrt ther In nothing like them.
They surely have been a Messtnsr to
Mns. M. J. HAMILTON.
Upper Alton. Ills.
YouC.dPU00'8t Dr- Mlle Antl
Pain Pills, and we authorize him to
I? iw .pr,e of r Pckao (only)
If It fails to benefit you.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
if
your money. l ne inic
your protection aaiast
buy Armor brand
,'
Hero
RAPID RAILWAY
SYSTEM.
PORT HURON
TO
DETROIT.
In addition to a Fast Limited Service
an Hourly Local Service, is maintained
these, local cars stopping at all points.
In Dftroit connections are made
at the Interurban Waiting lfoom with
Limited and Local cars for Fontiac,
Flint, Iiomeo, Monroe, Toledo, Ypsi
lanti, Ann Arbor, Jackson and other
points. The Kapid Kailway Limited
cars htop at St. Clair, Marine City,
Anchorville, New Daltimore and Mt.
Clemens.
For Timo Tables, Folders and other
information write the General Passen
ger Agent at Detroit.
FOUR FAST LIMITED CASS
EACH WAY DAILY
LEAVE
PORT HURON
7.3S a. m.
10.33 a. m.
3..15 n. m
LKAVK
DETROIT
7.45 a. m.
10.43 a. m.
3.45 p. m.
6.45 p. m.
6.33 p. m.
Central Standard Time.
FARE $1.50 FOR ROUND TRIP.
Time of Limited Cars 2 Hours and
12 minutes to Detroit City Hall.
Saturdays only a Special Limited
leaves Detroit at 12:15 noon for Port
Huron.
A Time For
Everything
If its an advertisement in
The Expositor you are
thinking about, the prop
er time is all the time.
Others have obtained good
results from tho use of
our columns. Why not
give it a trial.
Everything
...On Time...
In our Job Department
we never fail to have work
finished when promised.
Our prices are as low as
consistent with line work.
(Jivo us your next order
and let us show you that
we understand the print
ing business.
Expositor
Print -Shop
-THE SHOP TttU KNOWS HOW
MeCALL PATTERNS
Ci-Utir;ilcfl lor Myle, perfect lit, timplicitf finif
reliability nearly 40 y. its. Sold in nearly
every citynnd town in the Uniu-il M.itrt anil
C'aru!:i, or by mail direct. M.ire oUl than
nny ether make. Scnil lor frcu tntaloguc.
McCALL'S MAGAZINE
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magazine million 11 month. Invaluahlr. Lat
est ttyleSg pattern, drcukiimkinir, millinery,
plain Kewinjf, f incy neeitlewoik, liairdresxinf,
etiquette, pixvl tnrie, etc. On:y U) ceut a
year (worth l"nMe), Inrhi.linc a Irec pattern.
Subscribe today, or send lor tample copy.
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toAirrnti. Postal bnnif premium catalogue
and new caih rize oilers, Addrcs
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