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It Will Cost You Nothing I
V(u huv tho privilcjru of using any
culircl.v at our risk. V art' making no exception in our
offer. It makea no dilfcroucu which of tho Kixull Hi'tiKil'ms
you buy, should it not provo M.tisfnetory in every way we
will piy back your money. There is no Hiring to the olTor,
you don't even have to bring back the empty bottle, i'ry
Kcxall Kidney Pill
Uexall Grippo Tills
Uexall Uubbing Oil
Uexall Cold Tablets
Uexall Worm Syrup
A Trial Will Convince You.
Drugs The Rcxall Store Jewelry
"THE JiELJABLE STOKE"
Local and Otherwise.
At the Ballentine Store
Summer Dress Goods and Wash Goods at
closing out prices.
Stock reducing in all departments.
New goods for fall are coming along.
Send to us for best merchandise and prompt
"The Store That Sells VVooltex"
The Ballentine Dry Goods Co.
We Sell McCall Patterns -:- Port Huron, Mich.
While the summer months are here if is a good plan
to begin thinking about your winter's supply of
Hard or Soft Coal
and let us figure on putting in what you need now.
You will save money and there will he belter satisfac
tion all round.
P, A new car of Lehigh Valley Cement
Toledo Pulp Plaster
Homestead and Fish Guana Fertilizer
. . Wharton & Company . . .
While it lafits, Seven barn of Lautz Acme Soap for 2fe. Oic
it a trial next Waph Day.
If you try LaKrancc Laundry Tabids and Satna Starch
Tablets once, you will n-.c it ajain. Vro have them both for
PHONE 58 :.: JOHN &RIGHT, Proprietor.
Mrs. Eta .1. IHacfr, who was on a
visit to her daughter, Mrs Herb EshcN
uian, at Flint, was called home Wed
ritsdaj on account of th-serious illness
of her sister, Carrie Clark.
Ear) Hose residing three miles west
of Vale was in town Wednesday morn'
nlng all smiles, lie informed the Ex-
fxrcitor mm that a 10 lb boy arrived at
lis home Tuesday, August 1st. We
A call has been sent out by County
Clerk Ityan for a special meeting of the
Hourd of Supervisors for Aug. 5th, to
take action on the issuance of $15,000
in bonds for the proposed tuberculoids
sanitarium at lieard s hill.
Postmaster Farley and wife left
Wednesday morning for Detroit where
they took the steamer rut-ln-Jiay for
points on lake Erie, liefore returning
home they expect to see the sights at
Put-In.liay, Cedar Point and Cleveland.
Jtraim are looking fairly well.
10. K. Card now drives a Font tour
August IS to ?A. What? Chautau
Saturday and Sundav go on record as
James Martin, of Detroit visited his
parents over Sunday.
J as. Cogley and son Harold were at
Fort Huron Tuesday.
Kiltier &, liarth told to Alf Fratt a
now Maxwell touring car.
The thermometers of Yale registered
from 100 to lo:i in the shade Sunday.
Mrs. John Law, of Sarnia, Ont., i
visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Mclntyre.
Mrs. Oscar Denison, of Jackson, has
been visiting her parents the past
Many Vain people spent Sunday at
Cedarwood, l.akeport and Fort Huron
A few of the young people enjoyed a
social Jance at Central Hall Monday
A number of Yale young people at
tended a dancing party at Feck Tues
A bumper hay crop for IMG in
this vicinity all undor cover without a
drop of rain.
Edward Andreae and family are
spending the summer in their cottage
Moses Murn, of Cronwell, visited his
sister, Mrs. 15. McNulty, and friends in
Mrs. C. A Fohly and little daughter,
of Toledo, Ohio, are visiting relative
and friends hete.
Stuart Weeks, of Richmond, has
been spending the week with E. W.
Farley and iamuy.
II. H. Francisco returned toNauoleon
last week after a visit with his daugh
ter, Mrs. J as Uutler.
Rev. E. 11. Uradiield and family are
spending two weeks in(eo. Mclntyre's
cottage at Cedarwood.
Hoswell Green and wife motored to
Yale Irom North liranch Sunday and
spent the day with friend.-;.
I). M. Foet. tho new man at the Fere
xMaruuette depot, and wife have mov
ed into Chas. Tunis' residence.
Mrs. Anna DuMer has returned to
hr home at Ionia after a two weeks'
visit with her son, Jas. Uutler.
Upv. Wnldren Geach and family an
toed to London, Ont., Wednesday on a
visit to relatives ana inenas.
Arline McKeith. of Providence. 11. 1.,
ban been spending the past two weeks
with her young menus in i aie.
Georure Stablford is away on a ten
iI.ivh vacation and exoects to visit
liuffalo aud other eastern points.
Jacob Miller now drives a new six-
passenger Uaby Grande uuick auto
mobile purchased oi me x aie uuica
fr nud Mrs. i'eter (irillith are re-
inirtnor over the arrival of a IB lb.
son at their nome inursaay, juiy ,
itoh Thomnson and wife, of Detroit.
have been spending the past week with
rr-htt vert and lrieuas in x aie ana
ir Jones and family, who have been
camping in tents at Cedarwood for two
weeks returned to their nome luesaay
Cherries have been a small crop
affain this season. Hemes started out
well but the hot dry weather atlected
Mrs. It. McNulty and daughter Mane
have returned to tneir nome in l aie
after a month spent at Lexington and
a I.. Marvin, the dry camDahzn
mummer for St. Clair county, will leo
tnr both morninz and evening in the
Fargo Christian cnurcn on aunaay,
Hiram Taft and wife left Tueoclay
for a month's visit with relatives and
friends at Chili . N. 1. It has been i'l
years since Mr. Taft lias visited hie old
ThP hunch of Italians who have been
working on the Fere Marquette K'y in
this vicinity for several weeks have
cone and are now operating near
Mrs. Thoa. Tomllnson and son Ezra
returned to their home at Fort Huron
TucKlav after spending a week with
her sister Mrs. Con Jones and r.ther
Yale n latives.
W. I) Savleshas resiirtif d his nositio
in the Yale State 15ank and accepted a
position in me uigninua rant r.ang.
Scott Isles is taking bin pi are here.
We with Will every prosperity.
Kldred Charles left Yale Wednesday
morning for Canton, Ohio, where he
will attend the great Doctrinal Con
gress held by the Disciples of Christ.
In addition to hearing fifteen great
addresses, attending thirty-six class
room sessions, and two debates, he will
see the ureatest Dible School in the
world in action.
We have on display In the Expositor
window a stalk ol corn grown on Yale
View harm or T. J. Aimnie wmcn
meahures 7 fttt II luetics. The seed
Irom which this com grew was plant
ed June 1st 'and the whole held Is
strong and healthy. If nothing un
foreseen takes rl.ice between now and
corn harvent time Til will have a hum
C. K. Holden. of the lirm of Holden
iS: Fry, Undertakers, Standish. Mich.,
brought the body of Thomas McDoel,
rormer resineni or rargo, ior ourj.ii in
Snrlni? Hill cemetery last Friday.
Those who accompanied the remains
to Yale were the widow and daughter
or deceased, also fioya L.ee, deorge
drier. Fred Downer. Den Henderson.
Lloyd Harvey and John Milne, liurial
services were held at the gravd. De
roAfipd wis a mason and several mem
hers of Drockway Lodge attended the
Thnm.i Conner, of Detroit, who
bought the lleese property Just above
Cedarwood about a year ago, has al
ready made a vant improvement in the
appearance ana value or uai place ana
in Htill addinff touches here and there
to the housu and other buildings which
add materially to the comforts of a
summer home. Mr. Cooper's aunt Mrs.
llmmcimith und her daughter Mlsa
Lucile have spent two summers with
him at Pine Crest and all enjoy the
cool breezes of Lake Huron from their
nicely located cottage.
John Fright and family were at the
Knb Keid, of Davison, han been the
guest of hia mother this week.
llattio karn, of Fort W ayne, Ind.,
visited Yale friends last week.
Robert llruldwood, of Almont, wis
guest of Hex Holden last week.
Mrs. L. H. Leslie i visiting at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Joe Wilt, sr , who suffered a paralytic
stroke last week, is improving as fast
Carrie Clark U suffering from heart
trouble and han been very sick this
Jolurll. Holmes andwife.of Detroit,
are here on a visit to relatives and
C. S. Drown and family attended the
funeral of Emerson Leitch near Laurel
C. W. Cornwall and wife, of North
Dranch, are visiting at the homeof Mrs.
W ill llitchinrs and family of Car-
dendale were gueMs of Cha-j. Martin
aud family the past week.
Grant Welch and Al Knisley with
their families spent last Sunday on
the shore of Lake Huron.
Mrs. Walter Simp9on and child, of
St. Petersburg, Fla., are here on a visit
to her parents and friends.
Elmer 11. Iiose and wife- were at
North Diauch and Lum visiting rela
tives and friends on Sunday.
A welcome lain fell in Yale and vi
cinity tod y, Thursday. Although a
li?ht fall it did a heap of good.
Frank Mlverlhom, wife aud little
daughter of Chicago, are visiting at tho
homes of Eli and W ill Silverthorn.
David Welch has rented his farm to
Eldou Martin who takes possession this
fall. Mr. Welch and family will move
Geo. Mclntyre and family and Mrs.
John Law autoed to Lansing Wed
nesday morning and will return Satur
day or Sunday.
Uenj. Martin and Mrs. E. H.Scheidtl
of lierlin, Out., father and sister of
Isaiah Martin, have been here on a
visit the past week.
Charles Langworthy, wife aud child.
of Albion, Carl Palmer and wife, of
Caro, spent over Sunday with relatives
aud friends in Yale.
Eden Dricker and wife, of Detroit,
have been spending the past week with
relatives and friends in Yale and
I ires at the Melviu swamp caused
considerable smoke the past week and
residents in the immediate vicinity had
rather a smoky time.
11. E. Welch, Dert Kelly, Harvey
Wilcox and their families will go to
Van Nettan Lake this week by auto and
6pend some time lishing.
Mrs. Grant noiuen, daughters Leta
aud Dernice, and Hex were at Almont
unday. Hugh Grimes returned with
them for a lew days visit.
Wm. Hoy and daughter Fhebe went
to London, Thedford and other Canad
ian points Wednesday on a ten days
visit to relatives aud friends.
The road bee to grade the mile of
road, from Joe Hose's corner west
on Tuesday of this week was quite well
attended and a good job done.
Emerson Cooper's household goods
have arrived from Richmond and are
placed in the James Sweet house where
Mr. Cooper ana iamuy win reside.
Chas. Tunis and wife have packed
their household goods and moved to
Wayne where Mr. Tunis, who is a lirst-
class miller, has a position in the Hour
Ed. Ohmer, of Yale, and Miss Maud
Reeves, of Lansing, were married at
Windsor, Ont., July 1st, 1916. The best
wishes of Yale people go with Mr. and
Mrs. Ohmer through life.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Harvey McLellan
and sons II. Malcolm and Dayton, of
Detroit, were visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. a. j. uarnaen over
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller, Mrs. Chas.
Rounds, Fearl McDonald and Grant
Holden motored to Fort Huron Sun
day and spent the afternoon at the
, Isobel Menerey and Marjorie Men
ties spent Wednesday night at Cedar
wood the guests ot Mr. aud Mrs. C. R.
Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Edw
We notice by Wednesday's Fort Hu
ron Times-Herald that Mrs. Harvey
iappau is in ai ner nome on rin
Grove avenue. Her 1 ale friends will
regret to learn of this.
Mr. and Mrs. v. A. Lacy are at
Duluth, Minn., attending the funeral
of John Millm, a brother-in-law. De
ceased has visited Yale at times during
his life and it is with regret that the
friends he made here learn of his sud
The county L O T M doings In Yale
this week was not as largely attended
as was expected. Mrs. Ercma E
Dowers, of St. Louis., Mo., was present
and gave a splendid talk on Woman's
Suffrage in Central Hall Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Graham at
tended the funeral of a relative, Alex
ander Calder, aged 43 years, at Fort
Huron on Wednesday. The services
were held from St. Stephens church at
7:30 a. m. Interment at Mt. Hope
On account of an increased amount
of advertising The Expositor has been
receing during the past few weeks we
haye been compelled to run seven cl
utnns on the inside pages. The Ex
positor is recognized as the best adver
tising medium and brings results in
James Deavis left for Lansing the
first of the week to accept the position
in the banking department of the state
to which he was appointed recently.
His many Yale friends are confident
that he will make good, and extend to
him the best of well wishes.
Rev. Jonathan Thompson, a former
pastor of the M. E. church of Yale,
occupied the pulpit in the M. E.
church Sunday morning last and at the
Presbyterian church in the evenine.
Although a hot day many old time
friends were out to hear him.
- Several Yale people were at Fort
Hurou Monday and heard Wm. J.
Dryau talk on temperance and other
present day topics. All claim he is un
orator In every sense, of the word. Mr.
liryan Is one of the principal attrac
tions at the Hedpath Chautauqua being
held at the tunnel city this week.
mm f 1 II7H'
Wants to be
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A big variety of Shoes, Straw Hats, Sport shirts and every
thing in men's wear.
GOOD CLOTHES DEALER
Join the booster bunch. Help us make Yale the
best trading point in this part of the state. See
list, of boosters on page 4.
Slip a few Prince Albert
smokes into your system!
YouVe heard many an earful about the Prince Albert
patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you
smoke your fiirvvithout a comebackl Stakcyour bank roll that
it proves out every hour of the day.
Prince Albert has always been sold
without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality 1
There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling
your own, but you know that you've got
to have the right tobacco I We tell you
Prince Albert will bang the doors wide
open for you to come in on a good time
firing up every little so often, without a
red ret! Youll feel like
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the national joy smoke
your smoke past
has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot
back up for. a fresh start.
You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a
thousand-dollar bill I It's worth that in happi
ness and contentment to you, to every man
who knows what can be '
gotten out of a chummy
jimmy pipe or a makin's
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