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We are agents in Yale for the
Two exclusive features:--round. top
containing the leaves; and the equal
izing device which keeps pedestal
directly under center of the table.
Davis & Son
Make new friends every day Scores of them
in every cuuiniuiuiy. i wciuy ycuia caciicih.c
behind every one insures the best design, work
manship and material producable. No guess
work when you buy a Kalamazoo freight paid
to your station GUARANTEED
Glazed Tilo SiloX
i lie uuuuic t villi vitiiiicu int. uiucn, h,ujuk.w win SJsr cost oni c
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cement block. Moisture fully retained, with frost barred
out, means perfect silage with minimum loss. Ample
reinforcement Securely anchored by it's own weight1
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WOOU OiaVC O1I0 woods , The Kalamazoo is the
only factory where this outfit is manufactured
complete from the raw material to the finished
product Service and satisfaction. x
A success secret of Kalamazoo Silos is the all steel, hot galvan
ized, continuous opening door frame, fitted with a scries of
everlasting Redwood doors, and either the tile or wood is easily
erected by home labor. Let us prove to you the Kalamazoo
quality. Tell us the size and kind of silo you want and we'll
save you money by our co-operative sales plan. Write today.
EARLY BUYERS SAVE MONEY
KALAF.1AZ00 TANK & SILO COMPANY
Ft. Worth, Texas Kalamazoo, Michigan
GEORGE McINTYRE, YALE
..A Home Product.
Why not patronize home industries? We afford
you a chance to do so, and also get the best results.
Try a sack of
"Yale Pride Flour"
for your next baking and sed if you cant get the same
satisfaction as you do from other brands. We will leave
it to your jndgment, but would like to have you give
it a trial.
Feed Grinding Every Day.
BRAN AND CHOPPED FEED
on hand at all times.
Yale Milling Company 'LTd.
YALE, - MICH.
The (JaL-3 Expositor
Jas. A. Mknziks, Publisher.
Entered in tho Post-Ofiloo at Yale as
Second (HiidMail Matter.
One Year.. 31 00
Six Months , 50
Three Months , 2a
Advertising llfttes made known on
THUHSDAY, March 2, l'.MG
HERE AND THERE.
St. Clair will plug for the D., 11. 0. &
Two Eastern buyers are buying up
the horses around Melvin.
I'roawell has a first-class water sys
tem, but the water isn't lit to drink.
Frank Travis. 53 years of age, living
near New Haven, took his life by the
revolver route last week.
St. Clair's city hall is to be enlarged
and remodelled if the voters give their
consent, which is most probable.
Postmaster at Marlette for twelve
years, II". A. Macklem is now retired
and Charles Hunter takes his place.
One night last week Marlette was
doctorle8s, as all three local physicians
were away with patients undergoing
Melvin people have already started
the scheme of oiling the streets of their
little town the coming season. They
remember the dust nuisance of last
Dr. E. I). Mills, a Memphis physician
will give up his practice for awhile to
take a much needed rest ana treatment
for kidney trouble in the Hurley hospi
tal, Almont. .
The wife of a Jiaptist minister in
Port Austin has fallen onto a piece of
luck that it is seldom the fate of a min
ister's wife to receive. An aunt died
and kindly left her $25,000.
Mrs. Helen Morris, who is called
Richmond's veteran business woman,
having been in the mercantile business
there longer than any other person,
man or woman, in town, celebrated her
80th birthday last week ednesday.
Marlette Oddfellows have purchased
the New Marlette hotel building and
with proper changes they will have one
of the finest fraternal buildings, in the
Thumb. The building is nearly new,
i i . i j i i- j
mceiy locaieu, auu uas an mo uwus
of a lodge in the various rooms.
Among many tine buildings in the
state the new K of C Temple at Uad
Axe. is one of the (ine6t. It was dedi
cated on February 22, and the occasion
was one of great importance. The
building is 50 x 05, three stories high,
the first llcr being devoted to an opera
house and dedicated to the people of
Bad Axe. '
GET TO THE CAUSE
Yale People Are Learning the
There is but little peace or comfort
for the man or woman with a bad back.
The distress begins in early morning-
keeps up throughout the day. It's bard
to get out of bed, it's torture to stoop or
straighten Plasters and liniments may
relieve, but cannot cure it the cause is
Inside the kidneys. When suffering
to, use Doan's Kidney Pills, the tested
and proven kidney remedy, used in
kidney troubles for over J.0 ytai.
Doan's Kidney Pills are rtcommendt-d
by thousand of ju&tsucb cases Proof
of their effectivebtss in ir.e ttstiojoiiy
of tbi l ale resident:
A. McLarty, fatruer, It F. D No. 2,
Yale, Mich., says: "1 was a constant
sufferer from backache and sharp
twinges through my Joins I Lad head
aches and dizzy spells and my health
was poor. Nothing brought me relief
until I procured Doan's Kidney Pills
at Ura&t lfolden's Drug More. The
brsl box benefitted me aod I was so
pleased that 1 continued their use
Four boxes drove away all the kidney
trouble and -my Lealth has improved
ttesdllv since I give Doan's Kidney
Pills the credit of making a complete
Price 50c, at all dealers Don't simply
ask for a kidney remedy get Doao's
Kidnev Phls-the same that Mr. Mc
Larty had Poster-Milturn Co., Props.,
buffalo N. i . Adv.
Try The Expositor One Year.
The udersigned, having sold his farm
will sell by public auction at the prem
ises three miles east and one and three
quarters miles north of Yale, or two
miles south or liopeuurg, on rriaav,
warm iv, an or nis xarm biock ana im
nlemantR. Sain at one o'clock fiharn
Usual terms. U. W. Pell, auctioneer.
uottleib Mihlethaler, prop.
The undersigned, having decided to
quit farming, will offer for sale by pub
he auction at the premises, three miles
east and one mile south or Avoca, on
Tuesday, March 14, beginning at one
o'clock p. m. sharp, all of his farm live
stock, some seed corn, etc. Usual terms.
(Jeo. W. Pell, auctioneer.
G. W. Menzles, prop.
The undersigned will offer for sale
by public auction to the highest bid
der at his farm, located 4 miles
north and mile east of Yale or 214
miles west of Iloseburg on Wednesday,
March 15th, cows, young cattle and
hogs. Sale to begin at .one o'clock
p. m. sharp. Usual terms. Gi V. Pell,
auctioneer. John Evans, prop.
There will be an auction saleof house
hold goods at the residence of the late
Mrs. Harry Middleton on North street,
Saturday, March 4th, beginning at 2. -00
o'clock p. tn, sharp. G, V. Pell, auc
tioneer. Usual terms.
Frank McGregory, prop.
llavlng decided to rent her' farm the
undersigned will oiler for s-le by pub
lic auction at the premises known as
the old King homestead 3 miles east
and 2 miles north of Avoca, on Wed
nesday, March bth, all of her farm live
stock, agricultural implements, some
household furniture, etc Sale to begin
at 1 o'clock p. m.. sharp. Usual terms.
G. W. Hell, auctioneer Lloyd Andreae
clerk. Mrs. Evelyn King Fenlon, prop.
Mrs. Wra. Tubb8, of Port Huron, is
the guests of relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Pratt, of Good-
ells, spent a few davs with friends here
L. Martin and family, of Almont,
called on old friends here the past week.
Clara Zells entertained friends from
Armada last Sunday.
Gladys Orr was a visitor at Davison
a few davs last week.
Mrs. Uobert McKenzie and Mrs. Lue
Kendall, of Wales, spent last Friday
witn friends here.
Michael Abbott attended the funeral
of Michael Malloy, of Detroit, last
Mrs. Jas. O'Meara, of Kenockee, spent
a few days at Detroit last week on bus
John Grillin Bpent a few days with
friends and relatives at Detroit last
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mclnerney at
tended the funeral of Michael Malloy
held in Detroit last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pratt visited at
the home of Norman VauAntwerp and
family last Wednesday.
Mrs. James O'Urien visted relatives
at Detroit the past week.
Mrs. Edw Cowhy called on relatives
and friends at Detroit the past few
James Malloy jr. was called to De
troit last Wednesday by the sudden
death of his father Michael Malloy.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony McKinley, ol
Sarnia, Out., spent Saturday and sun
d.iy with the letter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. Murphy.
Members of the East church have
beeu holding meetings there for the
Adolph JUynn and family entertain
ed company from Uiley Centre laBt
Mildred and Emma Foley ppent Mon
day at Port Huron.
Mrs. Nick Cogley.of Kenockee, spent
Wednesday with Mrs. Michael McMa
hon. Michael Mclnerney drove four new
cars from Detroit the past week.
Arthur 'McNutt, of Coleman, is visit
iug his father, Philip McNutt.
The men will hold their annual sup
per in the basement of the church, Feb
25, instead of the 22ud as before an
nounced. John Hums was a Port Huron caller
Mrs. Frank Pratt, has gone to Detroit
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Hagel.
James Malloy has gone to Detroit to
see his brother Michael who Is very sick.
Will Sweeney, of Fair Haven, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Kennedy, of Emmett, spent
Saturday and Sunday with William
A number of the young people of this
vicinity attended the party at Lenox
Mrs. .James Shanahan, of Lamb, call
ed on relatives and friends here last
J. Martis and son Arthur, of Prowu
City, spent a few days at the home of
Edward Dnherty last week.,
Adolph iilynnaud family entertained
company from Sanilac and Imlay City
for the past two weeks.
Ezra McNutt, of Seattle, Wash., was
called here oti account of the serious
illness of his father, Philip McNutt.
Edw. Doherty is hauling gravel from
Memphis preparing to do some build
ing in the spring.
Mrs. Katie Hanneke has gone to
Goodells to attend the funeral of Chas.
Mrs. Dennis Mclnerney has gone to
Detroit to see her brother, Michael
Malloy, who is very ill.
FOH SALE Twenty acre farm, one
and one half miles north of Yale.
Good buildings, lots of small fruit,
cherries, plums, berries, etc. Will
sell for 92200 if taken at once. For
further particulars call on I.. A.
Sperry at premises. 39-12
FA KM FOK KENT 120 acres known
as the Isaac Menerey place! located
one mile west and one mile south of
Yale. For further particulars call on
or write Expositor otlice, Yale. 43-8
WANTED Old' rags, rubbers, boots
and shoes. Will pay 5 cts a pound
for rubbers, 1 ct a pound for rags.
Pring in your old Iron for which we
. will pay So.OO per ton.
45-8 John Sexton, Yale.
FOK SALE-Two lots in Alta Vista
addition to the city of Yale. Will
' sell cheap if taken at once. Mrs. H.
Steenburgh, Yale. 45-4
WANTED A girl of 15 or lf years of
age for light house work, to go to
Detroit, is near High School. Call on
or address, Mrs. J. C. Hart, Yale. 47-2
FOULTKY Hides 'and Tallow we
want any day in the week. ale
Market Company, T. J. Minnie. 48-4
SEED OATS I have 400 bushels of
improved Johnson variety, free from
smut Price 00c per bushel. Call on
or write Robert Carson 3 miles west
and f mile south of Yale. 47-4
LOST Somewhere on the streets of
Yale, a gold cross. Return to Expos
itor otlice and receive reward. A.
Longway. ' 48-2
FOK SALE House and two lots on
Third street, Yale. Seven rooms,
cellar underneath, all in good condi
tion. Cheap for quick sale. N. P.
Herbert, Yale. 48-4
TO KENT For a term of three years,
the 80 acre farm of Chas. F. Kennedy
known as the Lester Clark place lo
cated oDDOsite the race track. J 00 ton
silo, buildings in good shape and
everything In first-class order. Apply
to T J. Minnie, Yale, 48-2
For Township Treasurer
1 wish to announce to the electors of
Prockway township that I will be a
candidate for the nomination of town
ship treasurer at the coming Republi
can caucus to be held Thursday, March
tth. Will be very thankful for what
ever support I may receive and if nom
inated and elected will give the oflice
my undivided attention.
Sincerely yours, - -John
THE GREATEST HEALTH
INSURANCE IN THE WORLD
P Taylor, Prominent LoultvitU
Druggist, Makes Interesting
T. P. TAYLOR
MTho greatest health Insurance In the
world Is the simplest," he said. "I nev
er could quite understand why-people
are so negligent In the use of the sim
plest of all preventives of Illness. It's
all a matter of keeping the bowels
open. The man who carries a little box
of Pexall Orderlies has pot a good
health policy in his pocket I believe
thej are the best laxative ever pre
pared, and their pleasunt taste appeals
to men. women and children alike."
Wo have the exclusive selling rights for
this Kreat laxative.
THE REX ALL STORE OF GRANT
;i JOHN M. GLEASON j;
! White Block Port Huron, Mloh.
Real Estate Leans
J. B. WEYMOUTH
CENERAL LAW BUSINESS SOLICI.
TED. REAL ESTATE & LOANS
YALE, :- MICH.
W G. WIGHT
MI). C. M T (UNITY t'MVKRSITY. M.
C. M . V.lo: in rnivrilty. Toronto.
Ont. onic niM omi floor I'dIod ttlock. Of
Ben hoitis: 7 to h a. m 2 to 1 :r,o p. iu. ud
after 6 p. m.
' DR. J. B. STEVENS
VFETEMSAKY sriWKON. GRADUATE (
i1 V of Hih Mninrlo VHrl.'is.r'r o)lt. alio i
i' th l'niTir r Toronto. All cll nlnht or i
i, day rroinj'llv uMpimIimI. l'liont: oflice !!J;
resldeueex't NM to First Nhi o jsI luuk.
! YALE, MICH. ;!
NVRuIj it on and 1 y-
X Rut l in
A LINIMENT '
For Cuts, Burns,
Strains, Stiff Neck,
Chilblains, Lame Back,
Old Sores, OpenWounds,
and all External Injuries.
Made Since 1846. Asibffit.,y
Price, 25c, 50c and $1.00
a w SYRACUSE. N. Y.
1 Mate of Michigan, The Probate Court (or
tlm Coimtv of St. Clair.
At a Hi'flslon of said Court, bold at the I'robnte
Ollire In the City of Tort Huron. In wild County,
on the 7th day of February. A. D. V.'ifi,
l'resont; Hon. UuKh 11. Hart, Judge of l'ro-
In the matter of the eBtate of John Mathews,
Fred D. Mathews having filed with this Court
his petition praying that William O. Wiyht or
some ociier suiiaoie imtsou oe appcinit-u nu
mlnlstmtor of said estate:
It Is ordered. That .Monday, the Uh day of
March, next, at :0U o'clock in the foreooon, at
said l'robate onice, be appointed for hearing
thereof; . tl
Aud It Is further ordered that a copy of this
order be published three successive wrens preV'
imi tn km hi dav of li-arliiz. in the Yale F.xpohI
tor, a newspaper printed aud circulating iu said
( ounty of m. t lair.
(Atruecopy HUGH H. IIAKT.
GEO. I,. BROWN.
Judge of l'robate
OTATR OF MICHIGAN.
IO In the Circuit Court for the County of Ht.
f :in.lr. In ihancerv.
At a session of the said Court held at the Court
House In the city of Tort Huron, In said county,
on the 24th day of February, A. l. V.Hti.
Present. Hon. Eugene F. Law, Circuit Judge
Caroline Maynard, 1 lalntin
V.AwtLtA Mavnnrd. Defendant
In this cause It appearing by affidavit on file
that the defendant, Edward Maynard Is not a
resident of this state, ana that it cannot do as
certained In what state or country ne, me saia
Kdwurd Mavnard. resides. On motion of arl
A. Wagner, Esquire, attorney for the plaintiff. It
Is ordered that the appearance 01 me saia aeien
dant, Edward Mavnard. be entered In this cause
within three months from tha date of this order;
and that In caswof his appeanmce. that because
his aniiwer to the bill of complaint to be fi led, and
aeopytt hereof to be served on the attorney for the
plalntilT, within fifteen days after service on him
or bis attorney of a copy of said bill, and In de
fault thereof, that said bill be talen as confess
ed by said defendant, Edward Maynard.
And It Is further ordered that the said plaintiff
cause this order to be published In the i ale Ex
positor, a newspair printed, published and cir
culating In said county and that such publication
be commenced within twenty days from the
date of this order and that such publication b
continued therein once In each week for six
weeks in succession, or that the said plaintiff
canse a copy of this order to be personally serv
ed on the said deieuihuit, Edward Maynard, at
least twenty days lefore the prescribed time for
bis appearance ...
EUGENE F. LAW, Circuit Judge
Examined, countersigned and entered by me.
MICHAEL J. O'CONNOR, 48-7
Deputy Clerk of the Court
CARL A. WAGNER, Attorney for rlalntlff
I Tie W i
-aptly describes the exquisite designs in
Silks, Wool Materials and
Our shelves are loaded to overflowing--we
wish heartily that a description of each new
piece might be printed in this space, but to
do justice to even one would be difficult, such
is the striking novelty of these new things.
A brief generalization, however, would indi
cate that awningfstripes are more popular
than ever; checks and plaids give promise to
be very much in vogue; and the material
which will be another "Palm Beach Cloth"
(the 4rage"ilast year)!is called
Write for samples-give a hint as to color and
design preferred-and we'll do the rest
Pictorial Review Patterns
Knox Dry Goods Company
Port Huron, Mich.
SATISFACTION-Your "buy-word," our selling policy.
Tuesday, March 7th Afternoon and Night
Seats 35c and 50c
ORDER SEATS NOW ' No Children Allowed
Get "More Money" for your Skunk
Muskrat, Raccoon, Foxes, White Weasel and
other Fur bearers collected in your section
SHIP YOtTR FfTItS DIHECT io ,SIIl7KEnT"the liret
bonse In the World dealing eiclrtslvely In NORTH AMERICAN RAW FURS
a reliable responsible s;aie 1'ur House with an unbletniKheJ rep
lication exisiinir for "more than a third of a century." a lonR tuo
oessfu! rei-oH of senilintr. Fur Shippers promr. SATISFACTORY
AND 1'KOl'TTAHLK returns. Write for "Che AlMibrrt Shipper."
the only reliable, accurate market report anil price list published.
Writ fr H-NOW I KKII
A R CRURFRT Inr 25-27 west austin ave.
jrl. . kynUDLIVl, inc. DeptSSS CHICAGO. U.S.A.
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THE EMINENT EYESIOUT SPEC
The Eye Man
WHI arrive at the PA ISLE V HOTEL
and remain one day only,
Tuesday, Mar. 7th
This bpincr hia regular monthly triD.
he will still give consultation, exam
ination by the EUotrio Ratlnatoop,
adyice and a thorough eye test FllEE.
lie will spend one day each month
It you have headache, nervousness,
dizziness, stomach trouble, poor mem
ory, near sighted, far sighted, astigma
tism, or are suffering from AN V kind
of Eye Strain don't fail to call on this
expert as a visit will cost you nothing
and may save your Eye Sight.
If necessary to wear glasses he will
merely charge you the cost of the
glasses, which in no rase will be more
than the uniform price and are guar
anteed. Don't forget the date.
Yal, Tuesday, Mar,7.
(Opposite City Hall)
Port Huron, Michigan
Under New Management
..P. J. FLYNN..
European Plan: Rooms 50c, 75c $1.00
Everything First-Class. CONKLEMAN'S
RESTAURANT In Connection. Best 35c
Meal in the City. GIVE US A TRIAL.
Dear reader, did you
ever think that you
might be carrying a do 1
lar around in your pock
et that belonged to the
Expositor man? Before
you lay this' paper away take a look at
the label and if you find you are In ar
rears visit the Expositor oflice.
Well send you a sample copy of
the Expositor If you wish one.
of all kinds
to life. Satis
Perhar there If tomething In the Furniture Line
you need. Something to nil In a vacant spot. It
will pay you to look over our Una before you buy.
We can fit you out in anything
Parlor, Sitting Room, Bed
Room, Dining Ttoom or
x Kitchen Furnfturc
at price which will urpHn you and pleate your
purse. We can meet any catalogue house prke and
ave you the frelaht
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