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W. H. COWLES, Op. D. The Detroit Optical Specialist. PAISLEY HOTEL TWO DAYS ONLY-JUNE 1st and 2nd. p At Hotel in Afternoon and Evening. Mornings by Special Appointment at Private Residences. I refer to hundreds of physicians in Detroit and vicinity. aj Have done professional high-class work in and about Detroit for 25 years, and the experience 0tBS I linv will fit vnn r'urUt . I rivo thn fllrr.t test" n en rest to nature, and make all classes to ores- 2IS$ cription. The only optician out of Detroit that does not carry a stock of goods. I make up all 6S II "'Mr mi mi work only to prescription with a guarantee. If I can not fit you satisfactory I make no charge. I 0& H am pleased to see any of those who have hard cases and have a personal interview with you. I can demonstrate to you that I can handle your case. If I can not, I will tell you. I make no charge if j you do not care for work, etc. II Write. for Appointment aisrv etc. Office, 60 Washington Ave., Detroit, Mich. ssssssssssssssssssssssssss MOMENT OF THOUGHT 9) 8 about what we have sold to others would lead you to make this your place for buying (iive us the opportunity to show you what we think will suit you in the line of furni ture. Let us tell "you the prices of any thing we have in stock. We will certain ly please you if possible. 6 8 9 8 8 9) A complete new assignment this week of Axminstcr Rugs. Wclton Velvet Rugs. Colonial Velvet Rugs. Special Velvet Rugs. Body Brusslcs Rugs. Tapestry Brttssles Rugs. A. V. PARMLEE, p I HUM z4 UAT UK mull I muu, iiiivmunn. 9 f Iff 8 ML8 'An YALE, MICHIGAN. f Special Millinery Sale ONE-FOURTH OFF On all Ladies Misses' and Children's 8 READY-TRIMMED HATS. f For The Next Ten Days. We still have an excellent assortment to select from. Give us a call. M. A. Ross V-.V'. s?. V. y. s'. s'S. s?. K? WHOLE MILK Wo hal tlio milk from every cow in our herd tctel by the Ynlo Creniijery Co., and they sire i follows: 4.3; 5.8; 4.2; 4; 4; 4; 4.4; 5; 4; or tin', average of 44 PER CENT. The law require';) per cent. Wc give ,r0 per cent ahovc the test repjirel by law, but It Means CREAM for Your Coffee. Skating On Thin ice. Scores of SLatcra Meet Their Death Erery Winter Throngh Disregard of the "Danger" Sign. Whll thin Icp In spots marked "Dan por " ItrlriKS death to scores of over bold ami reckless skaters, disregard to tho wrirnlnps plven hy Nature kills off thoiisiinds who wtfloot their bronchitis or artlima, sore throat, roughs or colds. The congested alr-passaRes with the Ir ritation produced by incessant couRhlnj; aro thf best brooding-places for tho dead ly perms of pneumonia and consumption. Mortality arising from these terrible diseases Is on the Increase, and yet thoy can be arrested In their early stapes. Abbey 8yrup. Cloister Sancto Taulo, has established a marvelous record In Europe for tho euro of all bronchial and lung affection a Try a bottle today. It will convince you. You simply cannot afford to be without It. Saves doctors' bills, sickness and misery. This is the original remedy and is Bold and personally recommended in Vale by Staley & JJricker. WEST BROCKWAY. Licence No. 1. Dell Phone. .School closes on Friday, May 2H. Maud Cheesman Sundayed in Capac. Mamie Carson and Mabel Wheeler spent .Sunday in Capac. The eighth grade exercises will be held in the Cole church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carrie, of Flint, are visiting at Vester Morgan's. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mosher arid son Kenneth, of Almont, were visitors at Ceorge Mosher's Friday. The Uidleman school closed on Fri day last. Miss Worden, teacher, treat ed the scholars to ice cream and lem onade. A program is being prepared by the oung people of the Cole church for Children's day. Committee Mrs. Ceo. Mosher, Mamie ('arson, (Jolda Middle ton and Maud Cheesman. Died at his home 22:52 IS. Hermitage ave., Chicago, William Thomas, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kdgerton. Everything was done to save the little one but to no avail. The parents have the sympathy of their many friends. Won't Sllizht A Good Friend. "If ever I need a cough medicine again 1 know what to get," declares Mrs. A. L. Alley of lieals, Me., "for, after using ten bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and seeing its excel lent results in my own family and others, 1 am convinced it is the best medicine made for coughs, colds and lung trouble." Fveryotie who tries it feels just that way. Relief is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you. For bronchitis, asthma, hemorrhage, croup, lagrippe, sore throat, pain in chest or lungs, it's supreme. Wkr and 91.1.0. Trial bottle free. (Juaranteed at l'ollock & Ilennessy's. State Fair Premium List. The V.m Michigan State Fair Prem ium List is ready for distribution. It contains 2(X) pages of valuable inform ation to exhibitors and others interest ed in the State Fair. A copy will be sent to anyone by mail prepaid. who will write for it. Address 1. II. Jiutter lield, Secretary, till) Majestic Uuilding Detroit, Mich. Smashes All Records. As an all-round laxative tonic and health builder no other pills can com pare with Dr. King's New Life Fills. They tone and regulate stomach, liver and kidneys, purify the blood, strength en the nerves; cure constipation, dys pepsia, biliousness, jaundice, headache, chills and malaria. Try them. 2."c at l'ollock & Ilennessy's. For Sale at Right Prices. , I have several houses and lots in Yale and a number of desirable farms for sale at prices that are right. 52- .1. A. Kapley, Vale. Bee Supplies. I keep on hand and for sale at my farm, two miles north of Avoca, A. F. Hoot's bee supplies. Address F. W. l'ohly, Avoca, Route. 5- The Sacred Qoote. In Egypt the goose was the emblem of Sob, father to Osiris. A precious figure of it is extant Inscribed 'Tho Good (loose Greatly Uolovcd." It was the national tlag of Uurnm and of Kandy, Ceylon. Wherever Iluddhlsrrj rules the goose is venerated. There fore It Is a leading motif in the art of Japan and a symbol of peace and hap plncss In China. Figures of geese are as Indispensable at a Chinese wedding as is bride cake with us. In both countries, as also In I'urma and Slam, weights are made In the shape of a goose as a token of good faith, though the connection Is not obvious. Hut In ancient Egypt the same custom ruled, and Layard found goose weights among his first discoveries at Nineveh. A row of gigantic geese surrounds the great Euddhlst temple at Anajapoora. Tho devout cherish a fond fancy that all geese perform an aerial pilgrimage to the holiest of lakes in the Hima layas every year, transporting the sins of the neighborhood, returning with a new stock of Inspiration for the en couragement of local piety. When the Play Fails. 'Tatlently, morning, noon, night, sometimes for Into the dawn, tho re hearsals go on, first tho steps, then the music, then the words, then tho situations with principals and stars In rehearsal and always tho business, the exacting command, the sharp re buke, the tireless round. "How would you like to rehearse day and night, seven weeks, without pay, and find yourself out of a job after the first night? "Wouldn't you rather read of a glo rious triumph and see the managers and authors and composers rake in the shekels, the golden, glittering shekels, even though they grew fat on them, for tho sake of the people who had rehearsed seven weeks without pay? "The tragedy of failure Is back in the land of make believe, down In the crowded dressing room, down where the girls huddle together and tremble, down where one weeps silently and dries her eyes on the skirt of a use less costume.'" Smith's Magazine. Poor Richard's Almanac. Dr. Franklin himself In one of the last numbers of the almanac gathered together all the best sayings of l'oor Itlehard, which for twenty-five years had amused and edllied the country. These sayings are In constant use at this day. For example, "Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise;" "Drive thy busi nesslet It not drive thee;" "Help hands, for I have no lands;" "No gains without pains;" "Constant dropping wears away stones;" "Three removes are as bad as a fire;" "He that by the plow would thrive must himself ei ther hold or drive;" "A fat kitchen makes a lean will;" "Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn In no others It was such homely max ims as these Inserted In all the little gaps of the almanac that made It so popular. Franklin said he sometimes hold 10,000 copies In a year, a wonder ful sale for that day. The first number of Toor Richard's Almanac appeared In 1732. Not Well to Butt In. "After the crash," Imparted the first hospital surgeon to the second. "I ran over to where It lay on the pavement, and when I raised It up I saw nt once that Its ribs were smashed, while a gating hole was torn In Its" "Fardon me, doctor," broke In the medical student, who had caught these words ns he was nbout to pass by Into the consumptive ward, "but If you have no objections I'd like to take a few notej on that accident case." He pulled his notebook from his pocket. "Was tho case a child?" "No," the surgeon informed him to his embarrassment "I was speaking of my umbrella." Judge. Subscribe for the Yale Kxpositor. A TunniKj oint. Copyright. 1909. by American ITphk Asso ciation. Daniel Lester, professional gambler tat on the -guard" of the Prairie Relit' plying between St. Louis and New Or leans. Lester was tired of life. Though but thirty-two years old, he saw noth lng attractive In his past, present or future. His father, a Louisiana plant er. had died Insolvent, and his son had been thrown upon the world. In those days the first half of the last century gambling was not considered no de basing a profession as now, and men of otherwise irreproachable character engaged in it. Dan Lester fell In with one of these gamblers, who took a fan cy to him and taught him the art. But "blood will tell." and. though smothered In the boy, it cropped out in tho man. He detested his colling. Con sequently. life not seeming to him to be a paying condition,, he was eonsid ering the question of ending it. ."Aren't you going to take a chance in the raffle. Lester?" asked a passen ger. "What rafile?" "Colored girl and her boy. They be long to a young lady from Memphis on her way to New Orleans. She's short of money and wants to sell 'em. The clerk of the boat offered to get up a raffle for 'era." Lester slowly rose from his chair and went Into the cabin. There Ih found a young slave woman with her boy, ten years old. A blank bill of sale lay on a table ready to be filled out in the name of the winner. A number of men had gathered round, some .of whom were putting down their names for chances in the rafile. "All rlirht." said the clerk. "We'll first throw for the gal." Three dice were thrown three times Whoever threw tho highest number In three throws was to win the woman A stockman won her, and she began to beg him to buy her little boy. He told her the boy would be of no use to him. Her pleadings were pathetic. "Come, let's have the matter over with," said the clerk. "Put down your names, gentlemen, for the boy. lie's to be rallied for $300 value $.".0 n chance. He would be cheap at ?.VK) " "If the winner," said Lester, "will put up the mother with the boy. mak lng a pool for the two of $l.(.'f;(i. Til take half the chances." "Done," said the winner, who w-i:'d make a profitable cash turn by ! transaction. Lester took half the chances, as l.r had agreed, and had one chance en tered in the name of little .Joe. the boy When all was ready the owners of chances began to throw. If uvi agreed that Lester should open the game. Having a number of chaii'-os. he threw for each chance, his highest throw being forty-five in a possible fifty-four. The next three men threw less than he. but the last man to throw before the boy's chance came to be tested threw forty-seven. "Come. Joe." said the clerk, "throw for yourself. There you are. If you win, your mother and you will be free." "Gentlemen." said lister. "I will pay each man here what he has put in for his share If 1 can buy them all. I propose to give the mother and child their freedom " All the holders of chauccs agreed to sell except one man. a slave dealer. who Insisted on holding his chance. "Very well." said Lester. "I will pay the others for their shares and play against yours. Rut I want him to have the last throw." "I don't care when I throw." said the slave dealer. "Very well, throw now." Lester tossed the dice on the table, the slave dealer picked them up, put them In the box and rolled them out. There were two sixes and a four. His second throw was three sixes. His last was six. five, six. Ho had undoubtedly won with fifty-one because to beat that the boy would have to throw within two of the highest possible number. Again Lester took up the dice. "What will you take for your chance?" he asked the slave dealer. "I won't sell at any price." "Well, then, since I am so much in terested In tho matter, I think I'll throw for Joe." "Throw away. I don't care who throws." "I do. You're an expert thrower. I've been on these boats for ten years, and I nerer saw a man who can roll out the fives and sixes as you can." Lester spread his arms on the table taking the dice box In his right hand. On the third finger of his left hand he wore an enormous seal ring. Ills first throw was three sixes, his second throw was three sixes, his last two sixes and a five, making In all fifty three points and winning by one point. The slave woman fainted, while the others gave themselves over to excite ment. When Lester looked, up he saw over the heads of the men sitting around the table the face of a woman. It was not only beautiful It wore an expression of many mingled emotions combining to express appreciation to Mr. Lester for what he had done. She was the mistress of the slaves. "What remarkable luck!" she said to him as she Invited him to the ladles' cabin. "It wasn't luck," he said, taking off his Real ring. "There Is a magnet there, and the dice were loaded." he used the ring or any other such de vice. It was also a turning point In his life. lie married the lady, her former slaves stayed with them, and he became p. prosperous cotton broker. (JItACE ETIIHL WEEKS. COATED EXTRA THICK s. linn I ni inr O TriAT IS WHY IT WEARS AND WEARS You have to pay GOOD money why not make it buy GOOD tinware? The kind you KNOW is Mood. The only kind sold under trade mark label. Buy by the name ARMOR BRAND j (jf MARK TRADE AND and you can be sure you're right. The thick coating of pure tin is what keeps away rust. Tliat' what makes it wear and wear. Armor Brand gives you your full money's worth of pure tin. Buy. it here next time you need tinware. Tolm ZESCirttcn. . "alo, IIVEIcli.Is'Cin. AT KM 2 m AV ueL xtia ox m-i Ashes and Dustp Hnt.Wn free the house from the destruc-p . ...wm v "juo uiiu ouu l, U.UU ..rr t PWfl yuu uu cucu gases or cellar gases t-J NOTE: All gases are not odorous. lit, 1 T( IDEAL Boilers and AMBRICAU Radiators A We do Repairing Promptly. JAS. SWEET & COMPANY. MILLINERY You will like the Millinery we arc showing this sejison. There is so much beauty and grace in the."e creations. See them soon. We Want Your Order. M. M. PEARCB. STUDEBAKER WAGONS t -c-r - . .-: rv i If you are looking for Studebakcr Wagons, Ovid and Pontiac Buggies and Surreys, Empire Drills, Osborn Harrows and Discs, 20th Century Kemp Manure Spreaders, and are looking lor the best, you need look no farther. After many years use in this locality these vehicles and implements prove Best in construction Best in working qualities Best to wear. We guarantee Satisfaction, so lie sure and give us a trial. .Wharton & Co PEERLESS WIRE FENCE. Made of the best hard steel wire, thoroughly galvanized. The locks will not slip, they are not driven down on the wire, hence not a wire is injured. HJ cross bars to the rod. The Heaviest Woven Wire Standard Farm Fence on the market. Our prices are right. See the. undersigned before placing your order for Wire Fence. I also handle Cedar Posts. WILLIAM WILSON, AGENT. ROUTE 5. YALE, MICHIGAN.