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To romovu Muck-licadd, to cloanu tlio port'!, to hlrach the skin
ami to make the complexion clear and sofl, use our
"Nyal's Face Cream"
J It contains no grease, gloves can be worn immediately after
t using it. Cures diseases and blemishes of the. skin and is per-
feet for mnspngo purposes. Does not promote the growth of
hair as greasy preparations do.
5 Sold'by us only. Price. 25cts.
The Palace Drug Store of
To fee what he could see, and it
is evident that he is quite a judpje
for he points with pride to the
LUMBER YARD as much as to
say "bear in mind that this yard
is the place to Ret the best. The
methods of this lumber yard are
always progressiye." We're never
with ns before you close'a deal.
Remember, we cater to High Quality, Low Prices. Courtesy,
Yale Lumber & Coal Company
Violet Talcum Powder
Its absolute fineness. Its unequalled smooth
ness, its perfect softness, causes it to cling to
the skin, which, with its delightful, individual
odor of violets, makes it the ideal face powder
toilet powder, and baby powder.
Bylo Violet Talcum Powder is individual
in its elegance, and is a great favorite with
women of refinement everywhere.
a great treat to men
The Rexall Store
Are the methods
closes January 31st, and before that time it is
our wish to clean out
Winter Goods at a
We tell all purchasers too whv the nrices are
() so low. This is
place to buy.
points about our
fects, if there arc
LOTHIAN & PALMER,
in the root. Come and figure
! il l!,
of Grant Holden.
used in this store. Our year
what makes this store a safe
We tell you exactly about our
We neither overstate the good
garments or conceal the de
and look them over,
will benefit by it.
The only h'lgh-clua
Baking Powder told at
Local and Otherwise.
Subscribe for the Expositor.
Ash Wednesday, February 9th was
the beginning of Lent.
Mrs. James Sweet Is confined to her
home by sickness this week.
Doctor Wight has bought the Cyrus
Ludington farm east of Vale.
Ueo. Uough is improving and nearly
recovered from his recent sickness.
Dr. V. A. Lacy shipped a crate of his
celebrated lloudan birds to Illinois
1910, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Porter II.
Wednesday, February 9th,
Mrs. Chas. Montney who has been
sick with the grippe the past week is
David Brown, who has been confined
to his house for several weeks by sick
ness, is not so well this week.
Mrs. Harry White has moved her
household gocgis to Detroit whtre her
husband has a good position.
Fr. Fleming, of Battle Creek, is hold
ing services in Sacred Heart church
during Fr. Cullinane's absence.
Saturday night was exceeding cold.
People dreaded getting out to church
Sunday a. m.and many didn't go either.
The H. 11. Club met at C. C. Russell's
Tuesday evening. A splendid time
was spent in singing and initiation of
This Is the month of notable happen
ings. February 12 is Lincoln's birth
day, the 14th is Valentine day and the
22nd is Washington's birthday.
Photographer J. J. Shafer is away
pomewhere. Report has it that he will
return with a bride and go to house
keeping in part of John II. Merrill's
Report has reached the Expositor
office that Verna Kellogg and Roy Wil
cox were married recently. The date
and other particulars have not reached
The St. Clair county association
Order Eastern Star will be held at
Marine City, Friday February 25th. A
plendid turnout from Yale Chapter is
Special meeting O. E. S. next Wed
nesday evening, Feb. 16th. A good
program is being prepared and you
may look for a feast of other good
Mrs E. It. Beecher has been ill In
bed this week with an attack of ap
pendicitis. Her condition at present
is favorable and her friends hope for a
C. F. Curtis has purchased James
McColl's house on Jones 6treet, recent
ly vacated by Frank Newell. Mr.
Curtis moved his family this week from
the Irwin house.
The dance Friday evening last was
well attended and the affair was a very
pleasant one. Stone's orchestra of three
pieces, from Detroit, furnished most
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Beecber enter
tained a number of guests at six o'clock
dinner Monday evening. After a de
licious repast, the company spent a
couple of hours at cards.
Mrs. J. B. Stevens, who had the mis
fortune to break her leg several weeks
ago,' has been a great sufferer and has
the sympathy of many friends in her
trial. It is hoped thatshe will soon be
able to leave her bed.
Rev, S. M. Gilchreise has been hold
ing revival meetings at the Brockway
M. E. church the past two weeks and is
meeting with success. Large congre
gations are present each evening and
intense interest is manifest.
N. F. Pratt and M. Caswell drove
over from Capac last Saturday on a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Pratt.
While here bne of the team was either
kicked or injured in some unknown
way breaking one of its legs. The an
imal belonged to Mr. Pratt and was a
valuable one. It was shot.
Members of the O. E. S. are prepar
ing a play, which they expect to put be
fore the Vale public about the middle
of March. It is entitled "Down in
Dixie" and is patriotic, as is indicated.
We are informed that the play is ex
ceedingly entertaining and Vale Chap
ter O. E. S can rely upon a full house
when it is produced.
Johnson, the impersonator, cartoonist
and tenor singer, who has been de
tained by sickness from meeting his
previous appointments in Vale will
surely be here next Thursday evening,
February 17th and will appear In Cen
tral Hall at 8.00 o'clock local time. Re
served seats on sale at Pollock & Hen
nessy's drug store Monday evening,
Feb. 14, at 7 o'clock.
The out-of-town friends and relatives
who attended the funeral of Ashton
Smith last week aje: Oliver Smith, of
Toronto; Mrs. Wm. Orser, of Belding;
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ranger, of Charle
voix; Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Zuelch and
family, of Fargo; Mrs N. B. Sponen
burgh, of Clinton, and son Floyd, of
Flint; O. D. Stevens, of North Branch;
Harvey Stevens and wife and Mrs. E.
L. Clark, of Port Huron.
8aved From Awful Peril.
MI never felt so near my grave,M
writes Lewis Chamblin, of Manchester,
Ohio. R. R. No. 3, "as when a fright
ful cough and lung trouble pulled me
down to 115 pounds in spite of many
remedies ana the best doctors. And
that I am alive today is due solely to
Dr. King's New Discovery, which com
pletely cured me. Now I weigh 160
pounds and can work hard. It also
cured nry four children of croup." In
fallible for Coughs and Colds, its the
most certain remedy for La(Jrippe
Asthma, desperate lung trouble and
all bronchial affections, 60c and 91.00.
A trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
Pollock & llennessy.
There will be a Valentine social at
the Cole ' church on Monday evening,
Feb. 14. All cordially invited.
In conversation with Clyde Adams,
assistant cashier af the First National
Bank, and a member of the Delta
Lambda Club, he says: "I feel highly
pleased with the starting out of the
club's public library. On Tuesday we
received about thirty books, labelled
and numbered them in the afternoon
and In the evening over half of them
were taken out. I believe it is going
to be a success."
It seems to be a fad with Yale
eople this winter to give surprises.
ot to be outdone by others, the adult
class of ladies in the Presbyterian Sun
day school stole up to their teacher's
house about 5:30 Tuesday eve with
baskets and bundles of good things and
discovered the house locked. So all
waited on the porch until one of the
number raided the neighbors houses
until she found Mrs. Bowles and
brought her home. The surprise wasn't
quite as dignified as it was meant to be,
but no one seemed to care and as the
hostess almost speechlessly unlocked
her door and let them in, they knew
the surprise was a very surprising thing
to her. And then the bustling around
to get the coffee made and the table
lengthened out to acommodate the 20
people present and the good things set
upon it, and the time it took to eat
them all and the games and social
pleasure afterward. It warms up the
heart to get together in little social
gatherings, to throw off for a time, the
cares and burdens of the day, to laugh
and be merry with each other. A little
spell makes the work come easier, and
Mrs. Bowles and her big pupils
thoroughly enjoyed their little time of
Mayme Baxter, Editor.
Pearl Marshall has left the second
The Seniors are choosing their play
Leon Mitchell is a new pupil in the
The-eighth grade pupils are reveiw
ing Michigan History.
Ray Losey was absent from the First
Grade part of this week.
The fifth grade Is very Interested in
the study of Sir Galahad.
Several of the grades are engaged in
making Valentines this week.
The sixth grade has begun the study
of "The Brook," by Tennyson.
Margaret Lynch has been absent
from the seventh grade this week.
Inez Hall has been absent from the
third grade on account of sickness.
Jeanette Curtis has been absent from
the fourth grade because of sickness.
Victor Learmont has returned to the
fifth grade after a few days sickness.
Laura Monroe has returned to the
first grade, after a few days sickness.
The new semester program is now in
good working order in the High Room.
Quite a number are absent from the
Kindergarten this week on account of
Miss Roy has been reading "Little
People of the Snow," to the First
Eva Middleton and Thomas Magner
are in the High Room again after a
Miss Ada Beard has had charge of
the sixth grade room since Miss
It was reported that the Second year
German class were hunting "dir" one
afternoon this week.
Herbert Cavanagh has returned to
the Kindergarten after a few days ab
sence because of sickness.
We are glad to have two of last
years' graduates, Olive Goheen and
Pearl Smith in the High Room again.
A class of fifteen is beginning Book
Keeping. This is a very practical sub
ject and drills the pupils in neatness
and accuracv, as well as in the subject
The pupils of th fifth grade were
sorry the other day to find their tad
poles dead. The tadpoles had been de
veloping very rapidly and the pupils
had all been interested watching them.
"The Lion and the Mouse."
Helen Wyrick Shafer, In her rendition
of "The Lyon and the Mouse" at Cen
tral hall on Wednesday evening, com
pletely charmed the large audience
present. Her Interpretation of the
story and her recital of it was so clear,
her manner and presence so delight
fully pleasing and her impersonation
of the different characters so excellent
that those who had not read the book
felt that they knew It well and those
who had read It were deeper Impressed
with tho strength of the characters
portrayed therein. Mrs. Shafer's act
ing is superb and to turn so quickly
and easily from one impersonation to
another is an art not many can acquire.
Mrs. Shafer came to Yale under the
auspices of the ladies of the M. E.
church whom, we are sure, must be
well pleased with the success of this
number of their lecture course. '
Two piano duetts by Mrs. J.E. Staley
and Jean Drake and a vocal solo by
the latter helped to make this evening
House and Two Lots For Sale.
A 10-room house practically new.
hard and Boft water, two lots, good
woodshed, fruit trees and berry bushes
on place, would make an ideal home
for some one. For particulars and
terms inquire of Geo. Graham or at the
Expositor office. 42-
Yale, Feb. 7, 1910.
J as. Alexander
E. HarveT Drake, 1 M.
If you would have a safe yet certain
Cough Remedy In the home, try Dr.
Snoop's at least once. It is thorough
ly unlike ant other Cough preparation.
Its taste will be entirely new to you
unless it is already your favorite Cough
Remedy. No opium, chloroform, or
any other stupefying Ingredients are
used. The tender leaves of a harmless,
lung-healing mountainous .shrub, give
to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy its won
derful curative properties. It is truly
a most certain ana trustworthy pre
scription. Sold by Pollock & llennessy.
I ...Personal.,. J
MorcniiMtti an 1 Dolnir of Poopla That
Jlm My Happen to Know.
E. S. Dodge, of Avoca, was in Yale
Nathaniel Kerr was at Melvin last
week on business.
J. A. Rapley wasfover from North
Branch last Sunday. .
John Fisher, of Brown City, is visit
iug with N, S. Connell.
Will Fry, of Alpena, is spending a few
days with Yale friends.
E. F. Fead attended an auction sale
near Brown City Wednesday.
Mrs. Cyrus Ludington, of Flint, vis
ited Yale friends the past week.
Mrs. Ja?. Sweet visited at the home
of R. Cochrill in Melvin last week.
J. I. Rosenthal was transacting bus
iness in Detroit a part of the week.
H.J.McPhee and Hugh Davis, of
Melvin, were Vale visitors Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Carless visited
friends at Abbotsford the paet week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. McNulty visited
friends and relatives In Croswell this
Mrs. B. Lynch was called to Port
Huron on account of the illness of her
Mary Brown was home over Sunday
from Abbotsford where she is teaching
Mrs. Elizabeth Young, of Detroit,
visited at her home north and west of
Yale this week.
Postmaster Beadle and wife, and
Chas. Dewey, of Melvin, were in Yale
the first of the week.
Andrew Alward and King Cllolden
have gone to Flint where they expect
to secure employment.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newell have
spent the past week visiting relatives
and friends in Canada.
Geo. Barth was in Saginaw Sunday on
a visit to his Bister who is attending the
Bliss College at that place.
Mr. and Mrs... Tames Dant were in
Bay City the past week attending the
funeral of Mrs. Dant's mother.
Mrs. McWain left on Wednesday for
Flint, where she will live with her son.
She will leave her houshold goods here
Mrs. Wm. Heaslip has returned
to her home in Odessa, Out., after a six
weeks visit with her mother and other
friends in Yale and Detroit.
W. A. Cavanagh, of Brockway town
ship, Fred D. Mathews, of Yale, W. A.
Campbell and Mrs. Hugh Rose, of
Lynn, were In Port Huron Monday
taking the examination for census
In sickness, if a certain hidden nerve
goes wrong, then the organ that this
nerve controls will also surely fail. It
may be a Stomach nerve, or it may
have given strength and support to the
Heart or Kidneys. It was Dr. Shoop
that first pointed to this vital truth.
Dr. Shoop s Restorative was not made
to dose the Stomach nor to temporarily
stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That
old-fashioned method is all wrong. Dr.
Shoop's Restorative goes directly to
these failing inside nerves. The re
markable success of this prescription
demonstrates the wisdom of treating
the actual cause of these failing organs.
And it is Indeed easy to prove. A
simple five or ten days test will surely
tell. Try it once, and see! Sold by
Pollock & llennessy.
Commissioner of Schools E.T. Black
ney and Superintendent W. F. Lewis
of the Port Huron city schools are ar
ranging to hold a teachers' institute
for all teachers of St. Clair county on
February 18th and 19th. Dr. C O.
Hoyt, professor of history at the state
normal college Ypsilanti, and President
Charles McKinney, of the state normal
college, Milwaukee, are to be here as
instructors. It is hoped that this
meeting will be successful and a large
gathering of teachers is expected to be
present All the schools of the county
will be closed for the occasion.
BEFORE YOU GET DOUBLED UP
With cramps, cholera morbus or pleu
risy, get a bottle of Renne's Pain-Killing
Oil. It always gives instant relief.
It is unequaled as a pain-killer. Rheu
matism, neuralgia, sprains and all such
aches and pains are quickly routed
when you apply Renne's Pain-Killing
Oil. Be sure to get the genuine. Price
25c, 50c and 81.00 per bottle. Pollock
Plenty of fresh air,
sleeping out-doors and a
plain, nourishing diet are
all good and helpful, but
the most important of
It is the standard treat
ment prescribed by phy
sicians all over the world
for this dread disease. It
is the ideal foou-medi
cine to heal the lungs
and build up tho wasting
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
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OUR MESSAGE TO YOU
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9 ct Linen Crash 5c yard
Celebrated "Hill" Bleached Muslin present ruling A Ap
price 12c yd just for Saturday
10c Corded Madras Cloth, special .' Ccyard
Women's Fino Black Hose, heavy-weight, worth 12$c Qp
tor Saturday only
40 inch Unbleached Muslin, firm round thread, worth 10 cts
yd, while it lasts 9c yd or 8$c by the bolt
5c cakes "Hub No More" Soap, Saturday only ,3c bar
I reserve the right to limit quantity at
Prominent among New Spring Goods
In Dress Fabrics are Silks.
We have these In Foulards C3c to $1.00 for 21 inch Kod?, 81.00 to 81.75
for 42 inch goods.
Our popular Seco Silk, 2G inches wide, plain, 33c, dotted and figured 39c
Very handsome Taffetas, 18 to 19 inch goods fancy 09c, Satin Messalines
Black Taffetes 35 to 30 inches wide, 79c to 81.50, 30 inch' Lining Satin
81.00 to 81.50.
We have new Pongee Silks'and rough finish Silk llajah and Satin Iiajah
We have a very complete line of White Goods, India Linens, Persian
Lawns, Nainsooks and Long Cloths, White Waistings and Jacq-
uard patterns15c to 39c.
Sheer goods in check and stripes, 12c to 50c
Dress Ginghams 10c, 12c, 15c and 25c, very newest goods
High grade Galateas 10c, Irish Poplins about 20 shades 25c and 29c
Largest line of Embroideries ever shown, Edgings. Laces, Plouncings,
Corset Covers, and Allovers, also a very line line of Valenciennes Laces.
New Dress Trimmings and Braids.
These we are glad to sample for you if you have anything
you wish to trim.
25 per cent Discount
Cut Glass, Fine
20 per cent Discount on Jewelry, i
j Watches, Sterling Silver. j
j R. S. & J. D. Patterson Co.
F Leading Jwlrs and Optielani
911-15 Military Street POUT IIUKON, MICH.
DR. C. M. TURRELL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OUi,
I nltfht or dy. rlren prompt Attention.
Ofllce over Flrt National ltank. l'hon w.
Is that we could not afford to sell you
For then we would , never expect to'see
you again. As we want your continued
custom we do tnot propose to", drive it
away by'poor Hardware'at the first sale
or any later one either. So come ex
pecting to get the Best Tools, the Best
Hardware of every description as well
as House FurnishingjGbodsJof thehighT
est grade. Come and look around the
store and see how completely we can
supply yourjwants in our line.
Plumbing and Tinning, Yale, Mich.
FREDERICK B. DROWN
!' White Block. Opposite ' Post
J Office. S
Tel. No. &52 Pert Huron, Mich. !;