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Do You Paper If you select paper at this store you cannot help hut to siitisfied when they nro on. You cannot buy poor paper here. We select our stock too carefully for that. We Can Help You ou your spring papering with most beautiful designs. It costs no moro for good designs at our store than it does for the poor ones elsewhere. We have ex clusive patterns which it will pay you to see. They are in small lots po you can't seo it on your neigh bor's house. Our papers range in price from 7c to $1.00 per double roll. Come in now and make your selections. Wo will savo them for you. The Palace Drug Store Pollock & Hcnnessy. N'e have just un loaded a car of the Washington RED CEDAR SHINGLES ami we feel like pushing them to your attention a a service to you, for they are the EXTR STAR A STAR ipiality, and we have the price that can't he heat. We also carry a large variety of PREPARED ROOFING Yale Lumber & Coal Co. Limit i. You mipht ns well not 'if you do not have e io jxck ooe fac a cc Hi ee9c dOO oooc oooo ocso; IDO IT RIGHT! I Diamond i"P" Papers arc the best you can pet and costs you no more than the inferior paper. See our line and pet our prices. Room Moulding and ' o have a larpe stock. Let us fipuro on 9 your wants We will save you money. j "The Re'xall Drug Store." f GRANT HOLDEN. I ADAM R. YAKE, Mgr Jewelry Dept. 4 &j . ' LOTHIAN & I JBXJEiJD 1 1 I - . 1 This Spring? YALE, MICH. COME TO STAY A Cement Tile when Properly made is the Tile that gives sau.sracimn Come and see the duality of our Til Qrlek. Fence Posts, and the Wire I Fence that is built tor strength and durability having , cannot Slip. We also have a good supply of Wire Gates on hand. Yale Concrete Supply Co. clean houo nt nil il newly papered. Window Shades f Drugs and Jewelry. in the hand is worth two on the fence. So don't wait for hipper values in Oxfords ' than vyc oiler now. You'll have loo long to wait. Our present otter ing is not a collec- tion of any old kind of Hut it includes the Douglass and Walk-Over for Men's Fine Shoes and Menz-Kase for the Farm. These are Shoes that makk good Once worn, makes a customer for us, for they arc the guar anteed kind. PALMER. I wall not i msrece , words I k here. Not .. tpUS (l. haul BY int ",fCl JNKT baking Chicago 0ALUL1ET BakingPowdcr must pve you satisfaction. It tnust prove that it ii the equal in every way ami euicricr in ionic to all other bating powders, or you must have your money back. You cannot set your standard of quality too high to suit us. Insist on Calumet and don't let your grocer give you a Substitute. Received Highest Award World's Pure Food r-i : 'n-r : Local and Otherwise. Sunday school convention. At Pri'hbytfrian church, Yah', Morulay, .lum- 21. You art- invited. Samuel While U-an delivering ire Monday morning. llegular meeting O K. S. next Wed nesday evening, .jurie i. K. T. l'ead'has placed an order for a ."?1,T.")0 Jiuick automobile. Sunday school convention in Tresby terian church, June 21st. A line shower of rain fell Tuesday doing lots of good to vegetation. Charley Welch has completed a new house on the lot next to Thoa. Keery's. The rural carriers d'id not make I heir trips Monday, it being a legal holiday. Kd. Shtehy shipped a carload of live stock to the UuMalo market last Satur day. A social dance was given in Central Hall by the Yale Dalicing Club Mon day evening. The Juniors of our High School ban queted the Seniors at Kcnnetick J I all last evening. Here's comfort for the girl with the brown spots on her lace -a freckled girl is always healthy. Mrs. Anson Somers is improving in health and her friends have bright hopes of her recovery. Next Monday, .June 7, will be held the semi annual election of ollicers of the Delta Lambda club. Keep in mind the Orangemen's cele bration at Yale, July 12. Plan to at tend and bring your friends. The wedding of Miss May lloskin and Mr. (ieorge Young has been an nounced to take place Wednesday, June U, at Sacred Heart Church, Yale. A summary of the laws passed by the last legislature with brief comment may be fouml in this issue of the Kx positor. It will be of Interest and value to our readers. Dougal McNair, of Lexington, has taken a position in the Sanilac County State Jlank, and with his family will become a permanent resident of this city. Croswell JelTersonian. A meeting was held at the council room Ihursday evening for the pur pose of planning to build stone roads hailing to Yale. We go to press too early to give a report of what was done. The Woodmen of America have established a sanitarium for consump tive members of the order at Colorado Springs, Colo., where the order has pur chased t.ix hundred acres of land. Six ty tents, presented by fl I lie rent camps, are now occupied. The Kx positor has received from the Detroit United Railway Co., a base ball calendar booming these two excel ent thirigs-their limited service and the Tigers. The home games of the Detroit base ball tenn are printed in red and the calendar is correct, having all the home Sunday games marked. Frank ). l'utney raised the frame for a tine large bank bam on his farm 12 miles east of Yale on Wednesday. About I'A) people were present, a great many going from Yale. Ninety cords of stone were used in the foundatl -n which Is 10 x 70 feet. Resides this barn Frank is building a drive barn, sheep sheds and other buildings on the lace. . The Mechanic street Church of Christ was crowded to the door last Sunday evening at the Children's day exercises. The children did their best. The polos w'ere excellent, the drills by the classes and songs by the school" were line. Much c edit is due the committee who trained the children. The program was one of the best ever given in Yale. The school Is incnasing in numbers and teachers in efliciency. '1 he super intendent is a worker and his labors are crowned with success, I ...Personal..: I MovotiHMitH unit Doliitt of 1'noplo That You May Ilait'ii to Kuow. OlOt ivOlXKXJC'OB Will White was up from Avoca Monday. Charley Tunis visited his parents at Wayne last week. Jas. L. lieuedict, of Jlrowrf City, was in Yale Wednesday. Mrs. I). A. McKeith, of Jlrown City, was in Yale Monday. I Clarence Drake, of Melvin.was home Sunday and Monday. J. 15. l'alsley and wife visited in De troit part of the week. Spain K. I'earee, of Fort Huron, spent Monday In Yale. Roger Welch, wife and daughter were at Ray City Wednesday. N. Rnell. of Detroit, visited the fam ily of W. J. Harvie this week. Mrs. A. K. Jackson and Justin visit ed (Ireenwood friends Sunday. Wallace Rallentine called on Yale friends and relatives last week. Roy Francis, of Detroit, was a guest of Fred T. Palmer over Sunday. Jennie Martin, of Veimontville, is the guest of Mrs. W. II. 1 'aimer. Alex Reid, of Harbor Reach, visited his mother and friends this week. Italph McCormick, of Smiths Creek, was in Yale Wednesday evening. Fred Black; of Croswell, visited Ren Nelson and family the past wetk. Wm. Lnukin and wife, of Dryden, visited Yale friends last, Thursday, "..las. R. Blackford, wife and family, visited Dean vi lie relatives Monday. Tillie dotteslebcn and Jas. Beecher visited Yassar friends over Sunday. Andrew O'Rourke, of Richmond, vis ited among Yale friends this week. Wm. Nucronr, of Unionville, spent a part of the week with Yale friends James Martin entertained Andrew (Iray, of Croswell, the Hrst of the week. F. A. (Jrisvod and wife drove to Owosi-o in their automobile, Thursday. Mrs. Kd. Andreae and daughter Frances were in Fort Huron Friday last. Dolph Andreae and wife visited Brown City friends Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. Harvey Tappan and daughter Amies were up from Fort Huron vu imlav. J. A. Rapley and Miss Van Wavnen j attended a wedding at Tuscola, Wed i nesday. Mrs. II. A.Sawyer and Arline spent a few days last week with Speaker friends. Leslie J. Menzies and Madeline Woodward, of Detroit, nent Sunday in Yale. (Jrant Hohhn and Bert Kelley visit ed Kd. Oatmau at New Baltimore over Sunday. Wm. Kdgerton was at Ubly 'Monday and Tuesdav attending a convention of the L. (). L.' Mr. and Mrs. Klmer McKenna, of Detroit, were guests of Mrs. John Irving Monday. Mrs. Billinan, of Detroit, has been spending tho week w ith her daughter, Mrs. (J. W. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Levi White, of Fort Huron, sient Monday with Yale friends and relatives. Dick Windsor and wife have been spending'the week with Mr. and Mrs. Fair Scott at Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. Wm. (Jrinnell, of Midland, visit ed her sister Mrs. Lothian and other Yak friends the past week. (Ieorge Weston went to the Soo Monday to build a brick dwelling house for his brother Frank. (Jus Sorgc and Miss Miller, Joo Cun ningham and Miss M. Sorgo, of Detroit, visited Y'ale relatives and friends over Sunday. Will Rryce, (Jeorge and Justin Cav anagh attended a meeting of the Rural Carriers' Association In Fort Huron Monday. IJon. Klmore l'utney and wife, of Sandusky, are guests of his sister, Airs. H. A. Sawyer, and other Y'ale friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Nims, Clare Nims and Miss Ostrander were called to Canada last week on account of the death of a relative. Willard King and wife, Mrs. Otto Heeke and children and Meryl Strevel, of Detroit, were guests of Yale friends the lirst of the week. Lottie Ludington attended the 19th annual convention of the Fort Huron District Kpworth League held at Mar lette Wednesday and Thursday as a delegate from Y'ale. Celebration at Vale July 12. Laura A. Jlislee, of Carson vi lie, closed a very successful term of school in District So. &., Speaker, on Friday last. A good program was rendered after which oranges and lemonade were served by the teacher. Miss Uis bee is well thought of by her scholars and friends. In order to show the esteem in which she is held, her scholars presented her with some nice presents, which were greatly appreciated. Notice to Automobile Drivers. Notice is hereby given that automo bile and motor cycle drivers must keep within the 6pecd limit of eight miles an hour in driving through the streets of Vale or complaints will be entered and arrests made. Jiy order of City Council. 4 4 John Henry, Marshal. in summer can bo prevented by taking It's as beneficial in summer at in winter. If you arc weak and run down it will give you strength and build you up. Tftk It la a littl oold nils or water Ccta small bott) now. AUDrucgUU LACE CURTAINS This is the season of the year when you will need some new Curtains to brighten up your home and put the finishing touches on the spring house-cleaning. We have a new line of Lace Curtains for you to select from, in a large variety of Patterns. You will find them in White, Arabian, Red and Green. You will also find them at prices to suit all. Laco Curtains. 2$ yards long at yanh long at 2 yards long nt yards long at While and Arabian " " 44 44 44 44 White, lied, Green and Arabian White 44 44 44 MUSLIN CURTAINS 2J yards loni? at Beam The Store of Quality. I Obituhry. o ? No Ktlll prepared for dojith Rn! death or lite kliiill tll'Ti'liy ln I he sweeter. X .shiikeiH!iiro. Died at l is home in (Sreeuwood, on Sunday, May liO, llenrv Zuelch, aged 711 years. The funeral was held on Tuesday, at tliHJerman Lutheran church. Another honored nian'has gone, from amongst us, a man whose honor was his i:l or ; the exemplification of truth For having passed through the throes of appoplexy, closing his eyes to the scenes of this life to open them to the next, the celestial view must have been fairer than to dream, for the features were as composed and serene as awak ening upon a lovely morning. This was the face of our friend Henry Zuelch, aged 73 years, whose life closed quickly, for in twenty-four hours from the time he was stricken his demise came. Mr. Zuelch came from (lermany in lSfi3, to New Orleans, up the Mississip pi to Louisville. Went to Canada a year after, coming to Michigan twentv seven years ago. making his home in (ireenwood township "since. Ho leaves four sons and one daughter: Henry A. of Fargo; (ieorge, of Onaway; Jacob, of (Ireenwood; l'hilip, of Avoca; Mrs. Charles (Jatkie, Just north of Fargo. The funeral was held from the (ier man Lutheran church and interment in the cemetery near by. CARD OK THANKS. We especially thank all who were so kind to us during the sickness and death of our father, for those beautiful llowers and wreaths, the choir for rend ering the sacred melody, and the min ister for his words of condolence and confidence in our bereavement, also our kind neighbors. The Family. Florence, eighteen year old sister of John Lyntz, died at Kenton, Mich., Tuesday, May 23th. The body was brought to Yale Friday night last and interred in Klin wood Cemetery Satur day at 2 p. m. ltev. Lester Clark ollic iating. Favors From Subscribers. The following persons have paid their subscriptions to The Expositor during the past week : F. W. l'oh I y, Fred McConnell, Avoca; I-rank Vincent, Chicago; Fred Secor, Clio; Cyrus Ludington, Flint; Thomas Holmes, Melvin; N. Uuell, Klmer Mc Kenna, Detroit: J. 1). Paldi, San Her nardino, Call.; Henry Johnson, Kli Shellleld, Mrs. M. M. Howies, S.Carson, John Alnsley. Andrew Alward. Chas. Adams, Jno. Paxton, Andrew Ostran der, (ieorge Shearer, (Jillman Heals, Amanda Dooley, Mahlon Hearss, Sam uel Kdgerton, Herman Zinzo, Vale. Egg Setting. Harred Rock egg settings for sale at 2."c per setting. Knquire at my farm 1 miles east of Vale. F. J. Chamber lain. 3 (i ' Eggs for Hatching. If you want hens that are good lay ers buy hatchings of eggs from the noted Hed Cap variety. Prize winners at the Port Huron Poultry Show. $2.00 for l.r; S3.50 for 30. W. A. Knowles, 5-4 Mary street, Vale. Bee Supplies. - I keep on hand and for sale at my farm, two miles north of Avoca, A. F. Root's bee supplies. Address F. W. Pohly, Avoca, Route. 5- Piano Tuning. F.C. Llllibridge, of Detroit, has spent the past week in Vale tuning and re pairing pianos. He has tuned twenty live pianos already and has more to attend to. Will remain until Friday evening. Next trip early fall. Straved from the farm of Dr. W. R. Vuill In Rrockway township on or about May 10, a three year old bay colt, sired by October. Finder will be suit ably rewarded for returning same or giving any Information as to its where abouts. 7- Price per pair $ .00 75 90 , 1.00 1.25 1.75 2.00 2.50 1.50 3.00 .'J.50 4.00 .50 what clothinff is to the bodv. ' take as much care in selectincr you do in selecting the material HutchmsoD , . r" - utaui wv laic uuuuiUK' 1U painunP the labor costs more than the paint. TliCJC wiUbc a loree waste if the right n &wt used. The Sherwin-Wiluams Ja made for painting buildings. It is not a low-priced paint, bnt it is cheap I e cause the best. It is made of the purest materials thAt wear the longest. The colors are bright and handsome. TOXaiT HUTTOIT, Tinning and lio.m'bingr- WALKOVER SHOES YALE SHOE STORE One Door South Post Office. WE HAVE THEM. WHAT ? 1. HSU HOOKS AH kinds, from a bent pin to "The Carlisle." 2. riSH IMS Anything you want from wrapping cord to "The Otsclic Braided Silk." 3. HSU POLES-Everything from a stick to "The Rounds Spec ial," including Bamboo, Jointed, Bristol and Fin est Steel Poles. Wc also carry Reels, Trolling Spoons, Flics, Patent Hooks, Wire Gimps, Etc. Etc. Etc. The Rounds Hardware Co. Ltd "The Hardware Specialists" Try The Expositor One Year. All the Latest Home and Foreign News for only $1.00. CURTAIN MUSLINS Wo have the largest line of Curtain Mus lins we have ever shown in figures, stripes and dots at 10, 12.J, 15 and 18 cents per yard. FANCY MADRAS CURTAIN MATERIALS You will find these goods in a full lino of colors at our store. Wc can match the paper on your room with these goods. They retail at 12Jc per yard. CURTAIN NET We have several styles of Curtain Net in White and Arabian. Thcso gaods sell at 1 2 J, 15, 18 and 25 cents per yard. If fact wc are prepared to take care of your wants in Curtains or Curtain Materials of any kind. YALE, MICH. Paint is to a Building It is nst as Imrvwfltit. Vmi ctinnU the nalnt to doth to clothe your person. Paint pre- ' Paint r SOLD BY. Ms MASCOT ff LINES.