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Rugs are going up. Three advances in
May and we are sure that the greatest ad
vance of the season will come in July. We.
' have a large assortment which we bought
early and the price is practically the same
as last year.
Buy Your Rugs NOW
Davis & Son .
The Michigan Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance
Company of St. Clair and Sanilac Counties,
Located at Yale, Michigan.
OFFICIAL KErOUT, DECEMBER 31, 1115
Cash on Hand $ f42 03
Mortpugca owned and held
by this Company 2!,075 00
Assessment premiums in course
of collection 11,051 97
Total Resources. .$40, CCD 00
Every Loss has been promptly and fully
paid, and we owe NO RORROWED MONEY.
Comparo tho above with tho following of
ficial letter written to Charles H. Scully,
Secretary of Tho Lapeor Farmers' . Insurance
Co., from the Commissioner of Insurance
Charles H. Scully, Secretary,
Dear Sir: I have your communication of
the 20th inst. and to advise you that tho lia
bilities of tho Farmers' Mutual Lightning
Protected Firo Insurance Company of Michi
gan, Limited, of Flint, Michigan, as per tho
aonual statement, submitted to this Company
to tho Department Dec. 31st, 1915, was as
Cash in offico $ 275 15
Deposits in banks, not on interest. . . 2523 78
Amount of unpaid assessments
loviod during 1915 3404 CS
Gross losses unpaid $ 1820 00
Borrowed monoy unpaid. 52718 77
Interest duo and accrued on
borrowed monoj 13 33
Very truly yours,
Walter E. Otto,
First Deputy Commissioner
The above official letter and report discloses
the fact that their liabilities are in excess of
their assets $48,289.49.
Every farmer is a business man or should
bo, and when it comes to matters of this kind
ho should use business methods the same as
the merchant or any business concern. Now
Mr. Farmer, let us reason together. What
do you think of the above report ? Does it
appeal favorable to you when a company is so
anxious to make it appear that it costs almost
nothing to carry insuranco in said company,
that they resort to the method of borrowing
money to pay Iossqs and then compel the now
members WHO HAD NO DENE FIT OF THE
PROTECTION OF THE COMPANY, to pay
back the borrowed money, together with tho
interest, which ho had no benefit of whatever!
1 do not bclicvo you feel very favorable to
such business methods. '
The Michigan Farmers' Mutual Firo Insur
ance Company, of Yalo, Michigan, stands for
a SQUARE DEAL to all with special favors
to none and has paid every legitimato loss
promptly and fair. Would you not much
rather carry insuranco with your homo com
pany whero tho best of service ia given, and
where you can get every accommodation pos
sible, in a company that carries over no debts
to pay in future years, together with interest,
which were contracted years beforo you be
co mo a member i
Just hesitato and consider as to whether you
care to assist tho unnecessary burden of lia
bilities of another company, when your own
old reliable Association is free from such in
Michigan Farmers' Mutual Fire
Norman B. Hcrbort, Secretary, Yale, Mich.
We offer One Hundred Dollar! He
ward for any cas of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
Ii?e him perfectly honorable In all
business transacatlons, aud financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm. ?
WALDINO, KlNNAN St MARVIN, '
Wholesale Drnglsta, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internal
ly, acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Testi
monials sent free. Trice, 75a per pot
tle. Sold by all Drudprlsta.
Take Hall's Family Villi foroonstipa-Ion.
Tiy an Expositor Liner.
Owing to the confusion in the names
of two Doctor Frazers on Military St.,
Dr. II. C. Frarer, specialist on Kye,
Ear, None and Throat diseases wishes
to announce his otlice on the ground
door of the Yokom Jildg., opposite the
Harrington Hotel 1011 Military street,
Fort Huron, Mich.
UOUllUOATKD CULVERTS, all
lengths made to order on short no
tice. Will sell any length culvert at
cheaper than any make shipped in.
Chaa. Hounds. 2
UA1KJAINS in building material,
sheathing, Joists, timber of every
description. Apply to Uert Urown,
Yale, or phone 127. 62-
Automobilcs For Sale.
' Falge 5-passenger Touring Car for
sale, in fine condition, only run 8.UX)
milt's, tires in good shape, electric lights,
self starter, generator, extra inner tubes,
rim, hood cover, tools, etc. A bargain
for some one If taken at once. Call at
Expositor ofilce, Yale, for further par
ticulars. " 52-4
A model 10 Chalmers Touring Car,
in excellent condition and fully equip
ped. A bargain. Apply to
2- Edward Andreae, Yale.
Yale Chapter No. 64, O. E. S.
Itaviilur mptlnir fn Mwonle Hall, Wednes
day fiTonltiir during liiis at followi: Jan. a6;
tb. 2l; iMar. 2?; April 19; May 17; Jnn 21;
July 19; AiikuhI IS; &pt. IS; Oct. 11; Not. 1.1;
ltoc. 11. Hpwolal meeting announced In th
kxfil column!. VUrttnif rnrtntwi cordially
ln?IUd. Mri.KtUClyn. W. M.
Alice McKenrle, Sec. Jon. Yulll, W. t.
Mary l'.rowD, Treaiurer
The yaLB Expositor
Jas. A. Mknziks, Publisher.
Entered In tho Post-Ofllco at Yalo ns
Second Class Mull Matter.
One Year St 00
Six Months , r0
Three Mouths 25
Advertising Kates mado known on
THURSDAY, June 1, 1916
HERE AND THERE.
An organization of (lirl Scouts has
been formed in Memphis.
The business men of Cass City arc
backing a big Fourth of July cele
bration. Port Huron motor boat owners are
planning to organize a motor boat and
Hev. M. 1. Fikes Is holding interest
ing and successful revival meetings in
Nearly all the teachers in tho Rich
mond schools have been re-ongaged for
the coming year.
Sanilac county has moved forward a
peg, Croswell has the iirst automobile
hearse in the county.
The first matinee horse races in Ar
mada for the 1910 season were held at
the driving park on Tuesday this
Hev. J. H. Paton, of Almont, for
many years preaching monthly in Yale
and Peck, is reported as in very poor
St. Clair will a have beautiful "white
way" of four blocks in length when the
new boulevard system of lighting is
The Seniors of Urown City high
school will give the play "Uarret Cox
and Company" on Thursday evening,
Marlette village marshal is out after
all automobilists running without
licenses. He arrests the villagers and
The baby daughter of Thos. Parker
of Applegate, was badly scalded last
week when a kettle of boiling water
fell off the stove.
The big auto parade of the St. Clair
County Automobile Club, to be held in
Port Huron on June 10th, will be
featured in a moving picture.
Marlette's lirst season out-door band
concert last week was a pleasing suc
cess in every way. These concerts will
be continued during the summer.
The annual field meet of the Sanilac
county high schools will be held in
Marlette on Friday, June 2. Urown
City, Saudu6ky, Deckeryille, Croswell
and Marlette are the schools taking
Ernest Jones, well-known horseman
and secretary of Tuscola County Horse
Hreeders Association, had his leg
broken while helping load logs on a
car and died next day from internal
At a meeting of the dry forces of
Sanilac county at Sandusky last week,
about 100 people were present and the
meeting was a very successful one.
An organization was effected and of
ficers and committees appointed.
Martin C. Carey, of Port Huron, who
has held the position of vice-president
of the Order of Railway Conductors
for several years, has been notified that
he has been unanimously re-elected for
a three-year term. The position is
worth 85,000 per year and the duties
carry him all over the States.
A new model Whitlock press has
been added to the equipment of the
Richmond Review office, while the old
press, which has done duty for 32 years
was broken up and sold to the Parker
Plow Co. The new machine has been
dubbed the "anniversary press" as it
comes in time to be used in printing
the anniversary issues of the Review.
The terrific electrical storm of early
last Saturday morning completely de
stroyed the Fitz garage at Lambs.
When a heavy clap, of thunder and
flash of lightning struck, the building
became a mass of flames and nothing
of the contents could be saved. There
were eleven automobiles, seven being
new Fords, 8500 worth of Ford parts
and other accessories, compressed air
tank, gasoline tank and all tools
OH! MY BACK!
The Expression of Many a Kidney
A stubborn backache is cause to sus
pect kidney trouble. When the kidneys
are inflamed and swoollen, stooping
brings a sharp twinge in the small of
the back that almost takes the breath
away. Doan's Kidney Pills relieve
sluggish kidneys relieve aching backs.
Here's convincing proof of merit.
Mrs. George Collison, 121(3 Ward St..
Port Huron, Mich., says: "I suffered
from inflammation of the kidneys.
When the attacks were at their height,
my suffering was intense. A constant
burning sensation through my kidneys
bothered me and occasionally liiad at
tacks of backache. Doan's Kidney
Pills restored me to good health."
Over four years later, Mrs. Collison
said: "The benefit Doan's ' Kidney
Pills gave me has remained permanent.
Price 50c, at all dealers. . Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney- remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Collison has twice publicly rec
ommended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
JJufTalo, N. V. .
Cement Coping for Cemetery Lots
1 am prepared to make cement cop
ing for cemetery lots at a reasonable
price. If you wish your cemetery lot
taken cure of and kept clean apply to
Lewis Cady, Yale. 52-
CUTTH1S OUT-IT'S WORTH MONEY
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.,
Chicago, I U., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive in
return a trial package containing Fo
ley's Honey and Tar Compound, for
lagrippe coughs, colds and croup, Foley
Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tab
lets. II. T. Hennessy. adv
Furniture of Quality
Perhaps there is uimethinfl in the Furniture Line
you need. Something to till in a vacant knot. It
will pay you to look over our line before you buy.
We can fit you out in anything
Parlor, Sitting Room, Bed
Room, Dining Room or
at prices which will surprise you and please your
purse. We can meet any catalogue house price and
save you the freight.
Licensed embalmer and funeral
of all kinds
to life. Satis
(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 33c
Meal in the City. GIVE US A TRIAL.
it is Hi
THE EMINENT EYESIGHT SPEC
The Eye Man
Will arrive at the 1' A ISLET HOTEL
and remain one day only,
Tuesday, June 6th
This being his regular monthly trip,
he will still give consultation, exam
ination by the Electric Retlnaicep,
adyice and a thorough eye test PUEE.
He 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 Y kind
of Eye Strain don't fail to call on this
expert aa 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 case will be more
than the uniform price and are guar
anteed. Don't forget the date.
Yale, Tuesday, June 6th
i JOHN M. GLEASON j
Whit Block Pert Hiiren, MUh.
Real Estate Leans
J. B. WEYMOUTH
CENERAL LAW BUSINESS SOLICI
TED. REAL ESTATE & LOANS
W. G. WIGHT
f P. C. M. TRINITY UNIVKRSITY. M.
11 C. M.VMorl UnlvMiUjr, Toronto.
Ont. Offlcft lecond floor Union Flock. Of
(lew hoi.f: 7 10 9 a.m.. i 11:30 p. m. and
after p. m.
DR. J. 8. STEVENS
"irKTERINRY WUKJSFON, GRADUATE
1 V of tho (Uitnrlo Vi.!nr.rf Collet, alio1
the UniT::tr oi Toronto. All cl' nlM or ;
y rrompil MtMll. t'honm: oftr I Hi
, rrilducA89 N-it to r lnt NaroiM Hank. (
YALE, MICH. .
Passed by the Board of I Censors
1st The manufacturer with the
rigid tests of the laboratory and
2nd The wholesale grocer with
his high standing and desire to
handle only reliable goods.
i 3rd The retail grocer who desires
to handle only those brands he
knows will please his customers
, 4th The food officials with their
rigid laws for the purity and
wholesomencss of food products.
. 5th And most important, you.
the housewife with your desire
for purity, efficiency and per
ASK YOUR . GROCER HE SELLS IT
(More'. than a pound and
a half for a quarter)
..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 aad see 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 hdnd at all times.
Yale Milling Company L'fd.
YALE, - MICH.
Busy Bee Restaurant
Opposite Union Hotel, Port Huron
Open Day and Night
Yale people, when in Port Huron, should stop at the
Busy Bee Restaurant and get a first-class meal for 25c.
Short Orders a Specialty
Our townsman, V. K. Rassey, has an interest in the
above restaurant and will appreciate a call from any
and all from Yale and surrounding country.
Late Grain Seeding
means a lot of land which may not be planted. Jleans
suggested aa about the best crop possible for Thumb
Farmers to rafee. The Great War means Europe will
import a lot of Jieans. Michigan 1 leans are tbe only
kind which will can successfully.
Plant Good MICHIGAN GROWN Seed
Wb have arranged with Mr. Thomas Wharton to take t
m orders of NOUT11EUN-GUOWN beans, all on a cash
basis, .lie will Eltow yon samples and order the goods '
for you. Ask him for the little pamphlet on
"Michigan 3)eans and Hon to Grow Them."
Michigan Bean Company
Port Huron, Michigan v