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j! A. MENZIES, Editor. "Count that day lost whose low descending sun, sees at thy hand no worthy action done" For All That Is Right In The Republican Party.
Vol. XXVIII, No'. 46. 08th yea YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910. $1.00 Per Year, in Advance
Our Annual OnThirdJ3ff
Is Wearing Its End.
The Plainest, Broadest and Best Offer in Winter Over
coats Ever Made to Yale or Vicinity Men
And that's just why you want to take advantao of it while
you can. The balance of our stock of .Winter Overcoats at
.... Spring Fashions ....
The Smartest Models and Very Choicest Fabrics for the com
ing season are arriving daily. A Complete- Lino of spring
Hats and Shirts to show now
The very, latest in Crossett Shoes and Oxfords,
$3.00, $4.50 and $4.00
Dr. A. Reed Cushion Shoes, - - - $5.00
T - I- EOSE1TTHAL
We are closing out our stock of
Horse Ulanketa, and Stable JMankets.
1 tegular Now
SrAOO Fur Coats : i?40.(K)
$3..(X) Fur Coats 930.UU
iitfCUX) Fur Coata '. 620.00
S2C..0O Fur Coats 22.00
S24.UO Fur Coats 18.00
20.00 Fur Coats 313.00
318.00 Fur Coats 13.(X)
13.00 Fur Coats 12.00
20.00 Cloth Coats 15.00
18.(K) Cloth Coats 13.00
This is a saving on this line of goods, and these prices cannot be beat.
We handle the Cordon & Ferguson line of Coats, guaranteeing every coat.
We also handle the K ver-wear Horse JJlankets, hone better made.
While our stock is yet complete let us show them to you.
A Money-Saving Proposition.
The Rounds Hardware Co. Ltd
"The Hardware Specialists"
II Lingering and Stubborn
"'IV fc'k' 'V'
Mathews' Quick Cough Cure
and getting rid of it. It's a Standard Kemedy for Coughs.
Colds, Hoarseness, Jlronchitis, Soreness In Che6t and Throat.
Keep It Handy For Sudden Needs.
Mathews & Wight
Headquarters for Holiday Goods.
Fur Coats, Cloth Coats, Itobes, Square
Jlelow we quote you a few prices:
When you have a
Cough like that, you
don't want to linger y
about getting a bot
MS. LIVINGSTON. President.
MS. McCOLL. Vice President.
ZDclla-3:s "77"o3:t!kL 200 Cents ..
Are those yon save in youth. Your future success depends upon the hahits formed in boyhood days. The youth who
acquires habits of thrift early will amount to something. The savings bank is one of the best means offered every boy
and girl to save. Not only does saving pay in Itself, but we also make it pay bettf r because of the interest .which your
v dollars earn here.
YALE STATE BANK, YALE, MICH;
DOWN IN DIXIE.
A Stirring War Play to Be Pre
. sented By Yale Chapter, OES,
in Central Hall March 17
A real treat is in ttore for Vale peo
ple March 17, when that 6tlrriug war
play, "Down in Dixie" will be present
ed in Central Hall under the auspices
of the OES.
This play is full of thrilling, romantic
scenes and abounds in emotional cli
maxes. The plot centers about a gen
uine love affair in itself intensely in
terestingbut made doubly 60 by the
hazardous positions into which the
principals (Helen Trevoir, a Southern
heiress, and Harvey Wells, a colonel in
the Federal army) are thrown. There
is.an irresistible strain of humor run
ning throughout the entire play. Hangs,
the Herald Iteporter, who wires every
thing to his paper, and Molly, who
thinks every "engagement" means
there is to be a wedding.
Mr. Dusenberry, the congressman,
we are sure would never vote for local
option, nor would he make a, speech in
congress without his wife's presence to
urge him on.
Corporal Hooligan, with his Irish
wit, gets his friends out of many a dif
Then Hezekiah Snitlins, the rascally
Yankee renegade, whom people will
laugh at because they are pleased to
see him get the worst of it at every
move. Uncle Mosley and the young
negro girl Susannah, with their droll
wit contribute not a little to the mirth
provoking scenes, but withal there is a
portrayal of character a faithfulness
to duty, and a keen sense of honor that
cannot fail to bring them a burst of
A glimpse at the following cast or
characters will sullice to show that it
is made up of many of Vale's talented
Harvey Wells Colonel In Federal
Army M. C. Ward
Georf?u Washington 1 lungs A Herald
Keporter I. I'-ert Jardlne
Major Hradley Of the Confederate
Army ,1ydo Adams
Corporal Hooligan A "True-J'.lue
el i lias. lUYimagii
Hon. C. .1. Dusenberry Member of
Congress...'. V. A. Lacy
Hezeklali Snltllns A Degenerate
Yankee A. V. 1'armlee
Uncle Mosley-A faithful slave.. Justin Cavanagh
Killings liradley's henchman ISruee 1Jthlan
Helen Trevoir A Southern Heiress
Mrs. liernlce Fuller
MollleMartin-Her Lively Friend
Mrs. Dusenlwrry A "lluslness
Woman" Rada llajdey
ISusiiniiali-"Jes 15 rack Mgger".Fredda Hofdcn
The proceeds of the play will be used
to make a contribution to aid in re
building the Masonic Home which was
recently destroyed by tire; also to fur
nish a lloral fund for Vale Chapter,
Come to Yale March 8.
The Oliver Company, manufacturers
of plows, cultivators, sulky plows, etc.,
have designated Tuesday, March bth, a
day on which they will show their man
ufactured machinery in Vale and will
have men here to explain thoroughly
the workings and good qualities of their
machines. The company has gone to
a big expense In making this display
and would be pleased to have every
farmer within a radius of 12 miles
present on above dale. The demon
stration will last all day and if you
cannot come in the forenoon be sure
and come in the afternoon. Middleton
& Doelle are agents in Yale and the
display will take place at their place of
business. You should not miss this oc
casion as it will be interesting through
out. Fop Sale.
About 1200 sap buckets and spiles.
300 used two years, balance only used
one year. Inquire of .1 oseph J . Martin,
Route 4, Yale. 4"-
Pneumonia follows avcold but never
follows the use of Foley's Honey and
Tar which stops the cough, heals the
lungs and expels the cold. Sold by all
A failing tiny nerve no larger than
the finest silken thread takes from the
Heart its impulse, its power, its regular
ity. The Stomach also has its hidden,
or inside nerve. It was Dr. Snoop who
first told us it was wrong to drug a
weak or failing Stomach, Heart or Kid
neys. His prescription Dr. snoop's
Restorative is directed straight lor
the cause of these ailments these
weak and faltering inside nerves. This
no doubt clearly explains why the Re
storative has of late grown bo rapidly
in popularity. Druggists say that those
who test the Restorative even for a few
days soon become fully convinced of
its wonderful merit. Anyway, don't
drug the organ. Treating the cause of
6lckness is the only sensible and success
ful way. Sold by Pollock & llennessy.
On Sunday a pair of gold bowed
spectacles somewhere between the
M. K. church and my residence, Second
St. Return and receive reward.
43-2 Mrs. J. D. Jones.
Capital, - - - $30,000.00. .
Depositors Secured by Real Estate and Other Good Securities.
I ... Personal... J
Movenie-fN .! Drtiwj of People That
t Vn M-iy Happen to Know.
Agnes Rright is home from Detroit.
James McColl went to London, Ont.,
Judge Tappan, of Port Huron, was
in Yale Tuesday.
Rensley Ilolden is home this week
from the MAC.
Clarence Maplethorpe, of Avoca, was
in Yale Wednesday.
Elizabeth McColl was in Rrown City
the first of the week.
Mrs. E. J. Rlack is home from her
winter's ttay in Detroit.
John Ilolden transacted business in
Port Huron Saturday last.
Lillie Mcintosh, of Port Huron, is
yisiting Mrs. G. McOmber.
Wm. A. Knowles and Samuel Thomas
were in Detroit Saturday last.
Mrs. A, Windsor was at Melvin this
week on a visit to her relatives.
Will Yuill, of Lansing, was the guest
of his father Dr. Yuill the past week.
Fredda Ilolden and Helen Palmer
spent Sunday with friends fn Sarnia.
Mrs. Arthur Heath and Mrs. R. II.
Nelson were at Port Huron Monday.
Elmore Putney, of Sandusky visited
his 6ister Mrs. D. P. Sawyer Tuesday.
John Newell, of Wyoming, Ont., was
in Vale this week to bid his son Prank
Mrs. Robt Webb, of Avoca, spent
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Duncan
Mrs. Helen Reid visited a few days
in Port Huron with her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. F. O. Putney is home from her
visit in Florida. Mr. Putney was called
to the coast on business.
Dr. J. R. Stevens was called to Tor
onto, Ont., Thursday on account of the
serious illness of his brother.
Wm. J. ilolden, of Shabboua, is visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Sarah ilolden, and
other friends in Vale this week.
Editor Patterson of the Melvin Ga
zette was in Vale Monday morning
and made The Expositor a short call.
Win. Roy returned Tuesday from
Deford where he has been arranging
matters to move onto his farm in
R. Rruce Rrown was down from Ray
City the past week on a visit to his
brother who lies very low at his home
in this city.
Rev. Case was at Avoca Wednesday
night where he delivered his lecture on
"Darkest Africa" in the Presbyterian
church. He was greeted by a good
Postmaster E. H. Drake, Jas. H.
Moore, James Parks, Gus and Martin
Colberg, were summoned on Tuesday
to appear as witnesses in the Walter
Murrer postofiice case he being held to
answer in the Federal court at Detroit
for robbing a rural mail box.
For Township Treasurer.
I desire through the columns of the
Expositor to announce myself a candi
date for theollice of treasurer of Rrock
way township at the caucus to be held
by the Republicans this spring. I will
appreciate the support of the electors
and wish to say further that I have
been a life-long republican, have been
a resident of the township for forty
years, have paid my share of the taxes
and if nominated and elected am pre
pared to furnish adequate bonds. ,
Thanking in advance all my friends
for whatever support they may give
me, 1 remain,
Respectfully your servant
are liver and bowels sometimes; seem
to balk without cause. Then there's
trouble Loss of Appetite Indigestion
Nervousness, Despondency, Headache.
Rut such troubles lly before Dr. King's
New Life Pills, the world's best Stom
ach and Liver remedy. So easy. 2."c of
Pollock Aj llennessy. ,
80 acre farm fcr sale, located 4 miles
from Yale. Good soil, good buildings,
good orchard and nearly all cleared.
Price reasonable. Apply to Mrs. M.M.
Fortify now against the Grip for it
comes every season sure! Preventics
the little Candy Cold Cure Tablets
offer In this respect a most certain and
deiondable safeguard. Preventics at
the "sneeze, stage" will as well, also
surely he"ad off all common colds. Rut
promptness i.s all-important. Keep
Preventics in the pocket or purse, for
instant use. Rox of 4S for 2.c. Sold
by Pollock & llennessy.
VV. II. LEARMONT, Cashier.
GUY E. BEARD. Ass't Cashier
Yale Woolen Mills.
A meeting was held on Tuesday of
the stockholders of the Vale Woolen
Mills. A large; number were present
and the general expression was one of
satisfaction that everything relating
to the mill was in such good shape and
from a financial viewpoint the business
outlook was bright.
During the past year, additions have
been made to the already large building,
one to the rear and another to the west
of the front, so that now there is more
lloor room, a large number of looms
have been added and where there
were nina before, now there are 30 and
these of Course, mean more workers.
There is a force of about W hands em
ployed iu the mill, which means some
thing on the pay roll. Last year there
was paid out to help alone tfoO.OOU. At
the Tuesday meeting of the stock
holders the tollowing directors were re
elected. W. V. Audreae, F. W. An
dreae, Edward Andreae, J. A. Rapley
and Charles Montney.
At the close of the meeting the di
rectors re-elected the following for
President W. V. Audreae
Vice lres. F. W. Andreae
Sec.-Treas. Edward Andreae
Sunday Evening Sermons.
Rey. Prentiss II. Case, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, has an
nounced that for the next lew Sunday
nights he will devote his evening
services to the presentation of local op
lion. Rev. Case has had abundant oppor
tunity to observe the working out of
this problem during his residence in
Chicago, South liend and in cities of
the size of Vale and he will present,
not his theories but his observations.
Subject for Sunday evening, nexl
"The White Slave and the Rrown."
There will also be special music at
Gone to California.
Henry G. White and wife and Frank
R. Newell and family left Tuesday
night for their new home in San Diego,
Cal. Mr. White has been a well-known
figure on our streets lor many years,
having been a resident of lale and
Rrockway Centre for fifty nine years.
It is quite a break for himself and wile
to leave their old home and part with
old associations, but their younger
daughter, who has been in California
the past year, has so much better health
In that climate that they feel she must
stay there and now that their daughter
Mrs. Newell is going they desire to
keep together. Uoth families will be
missed by Vale people.
An Awful fcruption
of a volcano excites brief interest, and
your interest in skin eruptions will be
as short, if you use RucKlen's Arnica
Salve, their quickest cure. Eyen the
worst boils, ulcers, or fever sores are
soon healed by it. Rest for Rums,
Cuts, JJruises, Sore Lips, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains and Piles. It gives
instant relief. 23c of Pollock & llen
nessy. House and Two Lots For Sale.
A 10-room house practically new,
hard and soft 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 olllce. 42-
Accept no substitute for Foley's
Honey and Tar. It is the best aud
safest remedy for coughs, colds, throat
and lung troubles. No opiates. Sold
by all druggists.
Eggs In Season.
I have added four of the best cocker
els, prize winners, from the North
Street Poultry Farm to my pen of Ply
mouth Rocks and will sell settings of
eggs in season at 73 cts. .
40- Fred J. Chamberlain
1 miles east of Yale.
Raw Furs Wanted.
i will be at the 10-cent feed barn in
Yale on Saturday, Mar. 5th, and every
two w'eeks thereafter, and will buy all
the raw furs brought in paying the
highest market price for same.
37-13 Henry Ohmer
One organ, one bedroom suite, one
couch, one dining room table. Will
1)0 sold cheap. Inquire of Mrs. J. C.
Ilolden. 43-2 '
Vale. Feb. 2S, RHO.
Mrs. C. A. Jones
1. J. Robinson
E. Harvey Drake, P. M.
For classy, newsy news, read
7m 1" M n aim
The Banking Business
is something of special importance to everyone, especially to those who
are obliged to transact business through it. Itconcentrates the capital
and makes business trant-aft ions more easy.
Our Bank Has Been Quite Prosperous
during the past year, and we hope to see many new accessions to its
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
"STX-iIE:, - MICH.
' Capital. 5fcO.OOO.OO.
A. E. Sleeper, Pres. V.
E. F. Fead, Cashier
AUCTION - SALE !
8 GEO. W. BELL, Auctioneer. 8
At 1:00 P. M. Sharp, Local Time
If the weather is nice sale will be held in front of
the store. If not it will be conducted in Central Hall.
Three hours was too short a time to dispose of all the
odds and ends at auction. The best part of the odds
and ends to be sold at auction Mar. 12.
Bargains make the business go. There isn't a man
or woman who isn't ready for a bargain any time.
It's humanjiature. It was just this laudable desire to
secure goods for much less than the usual prices that
filled this store and jammed around the auctioneer
last Saturday. The buying was fast and furious.
Good merchandise sold at ridiculously low prices," but
not one article was bid in by the proprietor or for him.
No "half-way measures" at Cochrane's. When we
announce a clean-up of odds and ends at auction, it
means a general clean-up.
Last Saturday we sold all our umbrellas, lace curtains, all
but three pieces of carpet and men's trousers. Saturday,
March 12 we will put up at auction 20 yards of 1 yd wide
carpet, 15 yds stair carpet 7and 8 yd pieces, W.B. corsets
sold vat' 50c, $1 and $1.50; 6 felt curtain shades; women's
hose supporters; children's hose supporters; back combs;
side combs, belts; stick pins; beauty pins; cuff buttons; hooks
and eyes; threads; fine combs; kerchiefs; fancy collars; yarn;
carpctvarp; san silk; golf gloves; hosiery.
' Remnants of ribbons, silks, dress goods, linings, percales,
ctamine drapery, dress and apron ginghams,' prints, outings,
white goods, lawns, batistes, women's, misses and children's
winter and'summer underwear, mercerized tablc7damask,
Men's Wear $1.00 andJ50c dress shirts, $1.00 outing
night gowns,"! men's ', and boys' unlaundried white shirts,
men's and boys' gloves, men's wool and cotton socks, can
vass leggings, rubber boots, men's and boy's alaskas, socks,
rubbers and buckle arctics, men's new four-in-hand tics,
caps and suspenders, men's and boys' dress and heavy work
shoes, all sizes in some styles.
Women's," misses' and children's shoes. We want all
women who can wear sizcs2)a, 3 or3l shoes to be sure
and attend this sale and secure bargains in $2, $2.50, $3
and $3w50 shoes; larger sizes, too, in a lew styles. Also a
lot of fairly heavy calf shoes in'misscs' and women's sizes.
Alaskas and overshoes to be sacrificed.
Sale begins promptly at one o'clock, Saturday, March 12,
cither in front of store or at Central Hall.
TKRMS OF SALK-Sums of $5.00 and under, Cash.
Over that amount 12 months time eiven on annroved. en
dorsed notes bearing 7 percent, interest.
G. W. BELL, Auctioneer g
ryr-r -5"1 sfl
F. Run, W. V. Andreae, Vice Pres. (
C. R. Adams, Ass't Cashier ')
McNulty Lincoln Avery