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cannot help finding wall papers to suit you
in our ample stock. All new) designs
this season's most artistic. Our prices
cannot be better.
The Palace Drug Store of
POLLOCK & HENNESSY
Domestic Lump and Nut Coal
For its freedom from slate and dirt, in free burning
and heat giving qualities; also remember that our
HARD COAL is the best that money can buy. We
do this because we want our customers to be satisfied
Provide For Your Wants To-Day By Ordering From The
Yale Lumber & Coal Company
I Easter Candies & Toilet Goods I
Got some of our pure, delicious candies for Easter.
Dainty Easter Confections that arc so delightful to
the palate, as they arc wholesome to the stomach.
Every ingredient in these candies is pure and nutri
tious. Trv a box of our S VriJUDAY CANDY at
ii'Je. Here's the best value you have ever seen in
the package candy line. A full one pound box ot
choice Chocolates and Hon-Bons made in tin? neatest
and cleanliest candy kitchen in the world and sold on
Saturday only at 20c a- pound.
YOUR EASTER TOILET
requires the best toilet preparations. They are the only kind it is safe
to use. MY. have all the principal toilet helps. You will be. immensely
pleased with Roxall Crtam of Almonds and Toilet Cream. They'll
keep your skin soft, white and free from blemish. They are not expen
sive either, and sold with
Stat of Mlotiivrrm. In the Probata Court for
V i i;ty of St. .Uir.
i . fcslonof cald Court hold fit the I'rolmte
Oilire, In tlx City i f Port Huron, In Raid County,
on tli v;th l.iy of February A. I. I'.mo.
Ireent, lion, .Stephen A. Orahain, Judge of
In the matter of the Estate of Henry Zurich,
Mfiiry ZneleU harlnx filed with this Court his
filial adinlnlsfntlon ftccoimt as administrator of
sii'l estate, together with a petition praying
that the said aeeouiit bo allowed, the ftdmlnli
tritor dlnrhlirK"l, the estate closed, the heirs
.t teriiilned and the residue of the laid estate
aligned to the persons entitled thereto,
It h ordered, that Monday, the mh day of
A rll next, at 9:X) o'clock In tho forenoon,
Bi Kji d Probate oriice, bo appointed for hearing
And It I further ordered, that a copy of this
oi Jr lo published three sucewmlve week? pre-vl-HiM
to saiJ day of henrluK, in the Vale Kxpol
tr a newnpaper printed and elreulatin; In ald
foiiuty of Kt.rlalr. STKPI1EN A. OKA MAM.,
(A true copy.t JudKeof I'rolmte.
Geo. L. Prown, Probate Reenter,
V ' VY. v
All right, you'll have it as
quickly as our wagon can get
up to your place, and you can
not match our economy
the Kexall guarantee
Do you intend to havo n sale? If
go, don't make arrangements with
an auctioneer until you see rac. I
havo had many years experience and
can assure you satisfaction with my
work. It don't matter whether Jhc
sales arc of real estate or personal
property. Give me a trial. You
will find me at Parmlce's Furniture
and Undertaking Store.
Frank W. Smith
Moses JJurna sr., who was at San
dusky last week to assist in the exami
nation of the county Jail, was taken ill
with the grippe and was unable to
come home until Monday of this week.
His. condition is now improved and we
hope that he will soon regain his old
time strength and vitality. Sanilac
In Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee, pure
healthful toasted grains, malt, nuts, etc.
are so cleverly blended as to give a
wonderfully true coffee taste, color, and
flavor. And besides, Health Coffee
goes a third farther than any other
kind. You actually get 100 full cups
from a 2Tc, i pound package. And
Health Coffee Is "made in a minute."
No 20 to 30 minutes tedious boiling
is at all necessary. And besides there
is not a grain of real coffee in it. Sold
by all grocers.
World's Pure Food Exposition
Chicago, November, 1907
What does this mean?
It meant that Calumet has set a rew Standard in
Baking Powder the standard of the World.
Because this award was given to Calumet after
thorough tests and experiments, over all other baking
It means that Calumet is the best baking powder
in every particular in the world.
And this means that Calumet produces the
oest, mosi delicious, lightest, and purest
baking of all baking powders.
Local and Otherwise.
State fair Sept li-23.
Easter Sunday, Alarch 27.
Tuesday was pay day at th e Yale
The meat proposition is too tough
for up, so we pass it up.
N. .1. Whiting will move his family
back to Clinton next week.
Keep in mind the date of the war
play "l)ovu in Dixie", March 17.
The weather this week has been
quite mild and the snow is melting
JJurnto Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Sheehy,
on Friday Mai 4th, 1010, a little
In some towns they are already be
ginning to talk about celebrating the
4th of July.
We notice by tho Sanilac County lle
publican that W. A. Williams, wife
and daughter are on a trip to Topeka,
Cochrane is so well pleased with his
auction sale held on Saturday last that
he is advertising another for Saturday,
Henry 1. Ohmer shipped a large con
signment of furs to the Detroit market
this week. He went down Tuesday to
look after selling them.
We are the recipient of an elegant
photograph of Hon. Henry McMorran,
member in Congress from this district,
for which we return many thanks.
A social gathering was held in Central
hall last Friday evening in honor of
Leah and Pearl Whiting. Dancing
was indulged in and a pleasant time
had by all.
Pupils of the 4th grade were invited
by their teacher, Miss (ioheen, to her
home on Saturday afternoon and given
a tine time. The event was a surprise
for Thelma Whiting.
Jonathan Tice tells us that the liner
ad. inserted in the Expositor columns
lately was the real thing and he dis
posed of the stock ha had for sale.
Liner ads. pay in every instance.
(leo. Ciough, who has been confined
to his home for about two months,
sauntered out on the streets for the
first time Sunday. The weather has
been very agreeable since and he en
joys a walk out each day.
Yale (Irange i54 will meet next Wed
nesday afternoon, March ., at 1 o'clock,
in tho Woodman hall over Staley &
Uricker's drug store. All members are
urged to be present as matters of vital
importance will be brought up.
Mrs. Clyde Itichards condition be
came somewhat alarming the latter
part of the week and Doctor Ney of
Port Huron, was called up Mrs.
Itichards is very much better this week
and it is hoped that now 6he will have
no more drawbdeks.
Norman II. Herbert, of Yale, has pe
titioned the probate court that Sarah
Faust, aged 31, who is residing with
Henry Doelle, of Urockway, be ad
mitted to the Home for the Feeble
Minded at Lapeer. The woman has a
weak mind and is unable to care for
herself, accordingjto the petition. Her
estate is valued at 8450.
Several of the papers hereabouts are
telling their readers that the acetyline
generator explosion which occurred at
the Presbyterian church in Fremont,
happened in Yale. We want it dis
tinctly understood that the acetyline
generator is not used by Rev. Case
with his illustrated lectures in the Yale
Presbyterian church, but that electricity
is thb power behind the sliding picture
The famous Bohemian oat game
worked a number of years ago is being
revived in the neighboring counties.
Men claiming to having superior oats
oiler to sell to farmers for seeding pur
poses at iPi.OO a bushel. The M. A. C.
experiment station has examined theae
so-called remarkable oats and report
that they are only ordinary oats and
the men are humbugs and grafters.
We have been told of a few February
birthdays of Yale people 6ince our item
In last week's Expositor which we glad
ly add to the list. These are Mrs. Thos.
Holden, (irant II olden and daughter
Leta, Mrs. Miles Simmons, Herb Ilen
nessy, Mary ('lark, Faye Welch, Mrs.
Fred Teets, Lottie Lane, Mrs. Bliss,
Carrie Bright, Arline Sawyer and Jack
Spencer. We want to apologize to the
Immortal ashes of Henry W. Lonefel
low for forgetting that his noted birth
day came on the 27th of February.
When Edward Andreae arrived at
his home Thursday evening about six
o'clock he was' struck dumb by the
fresence of about a dozen guests whom
ic had not expected to see. But it soon
dawned upon him that his wife had
selected his birthday as an opportune
occasion to give a six o'clock dinner to
their fellow campers over at Lexington
last summer and it was such a jolly
bunch that they keep on having re
unions every little while. So "Doc"
quickly recovered and played tho hoft
to perfection. The dinner also was
perfection and the social time after
ward could not have been pleasanter.
The guests all hoped Mr. Andreae
would have many more birthdays.
Doesn't that mean
ererythiog to you?
Don't fail to attend , the great war
play "Down in Dixie", March 17.
Don't fail to hear Johnson next
Thursday f veiling at Central Hall.
Mrs. P. II. Case, who has been visit
ing friends and relatives in Chicago, is
expected home soon, as Marjorie, who
has been haying the measles is now re
covered. Window dressing is an art and one
who can dress a window tastily is an
artist. Take a look at Cochrane's win
dow and you will agree with us that It
"Yes," said a pleasant old lady caller
the other day, "1 like the Expositor
very much. It has lots of good things
in it. Editors must be awful knowin'
to know what they know."
The monthly business meeting of the
Ladies' Adult Bible Class of the Pres
byterian church was held at the home
of Mrs. Richard Ellar Wednesday eve
ning. Nearly all the members were
present. The class is now fully or
ganized. A crowd of relatives and friends
surprised Mrs. A. Depeel Monday eve
ning. They had all driven in from the
country for the express purpose of cel
ebrating her birthday. A merry social
time was enjoyed and a nice lunch was
served before their departure.
Mr. Johnson, the tenor 6inger, im
personator and cartoonist, is now fully
recovered from his recent illness and
on the road again. He will be in Cen
tral Hall, Thursday, March 10th. Re
served seats on sale at Pollock & Ilen
nessy's Monday evening, March 7th.
Rev. P. II. Case's lecture on "Persia,"
given in the Presbyterian church Thurs
day evening was listened to by a very
attentive and interested audience.
The lecture was very instructive as to
the manners of dress and living of the
people and their religious beliefs. The
stereoptican aided by illustrating many
scenes in that faraway land.
Rev. E. H. Bradfield, of Lapeer, field
missionary of the Presbyterian synod,
spent the Sabbath in Yale and occupied
the pulpit of the Presbyterian church.
At the morning service he epoke on
"Home Missions," giving the people an
insight into the condition of affairs.
In the evening his subject was "At
Ease with Zion," and he spoke in a
plain, practical and forceful manner.
Notices are out announcing a local
option meeting at Central Hall in Yale
on Monday evening, March 7th, at 8. "00
o'clock. Hon. Perry F. Powers, former
auditor-general of Michigan, who has
made a careful study of the question
will give his observations and the re
sults of two years of local option in
Wexford county. Admission free. Aus
pices St. Clair County Antl saloon
Don't find fault with the young man
who is suffering from a little case of
the swell head; if he is all right in
every other way. The swelling will
come out some day and ho will find out
that there are others on earth, and the
chances are that he will make a first
class citizen. We all have to pass
through the swell head age and while
it is a little severe on our friends for
the time being, still it is not anything
that time will not cure.
The Ladies Aid of the Mechanic
street church of Christ met Feb. 22d,
at the home of Mrs. Marie Knowlton.
The occasion happened to be the birth
day of the hostess and she was made
the recipient of some nice dishes as a
remembrance. The society sewed 10
pounds of carpet rags and partook of a
hearty supper prepared by the hostess
at 6 o'clock after which all repaired to
their homes well satisfied with the day's
The yearly rally of the Christian En
deavor societies of the Presbyterian
and Church of Christ churches was
held in the Presbyterian church
on Friday evening last and was
well attended. Rev. P. H. Case acted
as chairman of the meeting introducing
field secretary Hall who gave a very in
teresting talk along the line of the En
deavor work. Other short talks and
papers were heard after which a lunch
Invitations were issued by Mr. and
Mrs. Herb Hennessy to about 40 guests
for a 6ocial party at their home on
Wednesday evening this week. An
exceedingly pleasant time was enjoyed,
cards forming the main feature. Mrs.
Bliss won the ladies' 1st, a handsome
Madonna picture, while J. I. Rosenthal,
the ever lucky, carried off gentlemen's
honor a late book. To Mrs. Fead and
I.. Roy Fuller fell the booby prizes. A
delicious supper was served by the
Men who do a town more harm than
good are classified as follows: First,
those who oppose Improvements. Sec
ond.those who run it down to strangers.
Third, those who never advertise their
business. Fourth, those who show no
hospitality to any one. Sixth, those
who hate to see others making money.
Seventh, those who oppose every move
ment that does not originate with
themselves. Eighth, those who put
on long faces when a stranger speaks
of locating in their town. N inth, those
who oppose every public enterprise,
which does not appear of personal
benefit to themselves.
rTii.'Biyr-1 : gfifrgTCn
contains this adver
tisement. Read it now if you have
not seen itit's worth
We have the agency
for the genuine Menz
YVe would like to tell
you what other mcnyour
neighborssay about the
Menz "Ease" for service
and we can prove that for
comfort there's no other
shoe its equal.
Try au Expositor Liner.
Charley Hoskin received a trio of
thoroughbred chickens from Canada
T. J. Minnie pays the highest mar
ket prices for live and dressed poultry,
hogs, veal calves and cattle. We are
in the market every day in the week.
Jlring what you have to us and get the
best results. T. J. Minnie,
Elder J. II. Paton, of Almont, will
preach in Urick Chapel Sunday, March
f.th, at 3:00 and 7:00 o'clock p. m. Af
ternoon subject, "The Good Samari
tan;" evening subject, "The Divine
Magnet." These subjects should be
heard discussed as they are worthy of
Ilrockway township will have a live
ly fight for tha orlice of treasurer this
spring. Among those whom we have
heard will enter the race are Henry
Johnson, Wm. A. Cavanagh, Lemuel
Urown, Wm. E. Menerey, John Arm
strong and T. II. l'arkinson. Buckle
on the armor boys and fight a good
F. & A. M.
BROCKWAY LODGE, NO. 316.
HoRiilar communications for low will
be held on the following Thursday eve
ning of each month at 8 o'clock In Masonic hall
corner Main and North streets, Vale: Jan, 'M
Feb. 17; Mar, 30; April?!; May ll: June
Julv 21: Aug. 1; Sept. 15; Oct. 13; Nov. 10; lec.
Henry Pearce, Sec. W. A. Cavanajdi. W.M.
II. E. Beard, Treas.
YALE CHAPTER. NO. 64: O. E- S.
REOCLAK MEETINGS for lOOOwIll he held
on the following Wednesday evening of
each month In Masonic hall, Yale: January i;
Fehruarygt; Mar Hi: Apr. u"; May 25; Juneir.';
July ?7; Aug. 24; Sept. 21: Oct. li: Nov. 1; Dec.
n. Mrs. L. ltoy Fuller, W. M.
Mrs. J. C. Holden. Sec. W. A. Cavanagh, W. 1.
YALE TENT, NO. 86. K. O.T. M. M.
every first and third
Tuesday evenings of each
month at 7 :.w o ciock snarp
tin their hall, Mathews
Wight lilock. V isiung Mr
Knights will be royally re
ceived. Members urged
to attend regularly.
James (ioheen, loin.
Oscar Lane, It. K.
W. A t'avanagh, F. K.
Th Angle Lamp
Is the cheapest form of ar
tificial light. It Is fully H
to 4 more economical than
the ordinary lamp. Hut
call and nee it or write for
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"8UPERI0R TO OTHER MAKES."
"I hav worn W. L. Douglas shoes for th
past six years, and always find thav art far
auperlor to all other Mf h rrada shoes In atrl.
comfort and durability." W.O.JONES.
119 Howard Ave.. Utlca. N. Y.
If I could take jrou into my large fac
tories at Brockton. Mats., and show you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other make.
rA1'TIOW-S f hut W. I,. Ton(riaa tlnrn n.l prl'-e
It timp1 on th bottom. THk. tH.titu.
If TOiir 1W nnn.i m Toil ih W IIoml'
wnt for Mail Ordrr Cntnlntf. V.l..lK.inrla. l'.r
Mm. rOR BALE BT
LOTHIAN & PALMER
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YOUI MONEY BACK vhihcr you buy from one ox our . :'.tvtt
or direct from ua, if tho Menz "Ease" isn't the easiest, most comfcia .lile.
everyday work shoe you ever put on.
Wc arc manufacturers flr the retail dealer, but if you can't buy the Menz
'Ease' in your town vc will fill your order direct from our factory at the
regular retail price, delivery charges puid, anJ if thev are not as soft, easy and
comfortable a$ we claim, do not wear them but return immediately and wc will
send your money back and pay return express charges.
Abiolutdy no better shoe mide for ill sorts of
11 tort! of weather and for comfort and tervice.
Wc use exclusively an upper leather you can't
aljoe maJe our own ipetial Men "Eate" Proceti of
the touh-t, strong, scftett, most pliable upper Ieatiier tanned.
Mubt be or we wold not have thousands of testimonials, and re
ceive t!irm every djy, that .iy Men ,4Ease" ihocs wear one to
three yean, that the uppers outwear 1 to 6 pairs of tap, and that
they are always soft and easy on the feet, because
water nor service ever hardens it.
Wo v. i'A scr.d you aampla of tl h wonuerlul
leather. clo cnouz's unsolicited testimonials to provo
every claim vc t i:::.e, and also tell ! ii you cm
buy Meni Cass i.:oo in your town, i. you okK
Illustrates 120 styles Men "Ease" and Its duplicate
for 1oy the "American Bov"- In all heights
from 6 inch work aora to 19 inch hunting
lioftt. from SJ to S9.S0 for the Mens
and to $7 J4 for the "American Boy."
The Men "Ease" illustrated it one of
our 6 inch cap toe Blucher $O,50
stylet, either black or tan, -J
Standard Screw fastened, t),Tef
medijrn weight sole,' sires 1
6 to 1 2, D and E widths.
r 1 VTtOX Jffvrr bu y a thru far a
?rnuin Urnt A'o" or "Amrira
t" if v t Undtht nam on
um ana u jmumw laoei.
LOTHIAN & PALMER, ,
jYale Shoe Store;
J One Door South Post Office. 4
, The Place to Buy First Grade Rubbers for Ladles,
Men, Misses and Children. f
Ball Brand Boots.
V 'ASMIUN FAULTLESS
. The spring and summer goods in every department await your in
spection. Our salespeople stand ready to show you everything whether
you care to buy or merely see the new things. We want you to feel
that this Is your store. We inyite your suggestions for improvement in
service, or additions to our stock. More than that, we want you to feel
that our interest in a purchase does not end when you pay for our mer
chandise. Should you ever fail to find such satisfaction as you expect
ed, we shall consider it a favor if you let us know about and make it
right. In every department it is our aim to ofler you the best merchan
dise that we can find, at the most reasonable price.
PORT HURON, - MICH.
Exclusive Agents for Woltex Garments.
25 per cent Discount i
Cut Glass, Fine China, Plated
! . Silverware, Clocks, Etc.
20 per cent Discount on Jewelry,
) Watches, Sterling Silver.
J Terms Caali.
v R. S. & J. D. Patterson Co.
f Leading Jewelers and Opticians
( 911-15 Military Street POUT IIUK0N, Midi.
DR. C. M. TURRELL,
pIIVSICIAN AM) SURGEON. Calls,
I nlifht or clay, Klron romjt altfuitlon.
Office over First National Uank. l'hone Cfl.
everyday work In
find In any other
t ail i
FREDERICK D. DROWN S
( AttorneyatLawr S
25 White Mock. Opposite 1'ost
S OHice. 5
! Tel. No. :o2 Port Huron, Mich, i