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Vol. XXX, No. 1!) 'KT" ""."i YALE, St. Clair County, Mich., THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1911. $1.00 Per Year, in Advance c c t Our Great 14 Off Sale Your Greatest Opportunity Just a few more days a sale that should interest every man anil young woman in Yale and vicinity. Wo oiler un reservedly every patterned two or three-piece Hart, Schatincr & Marx Suit in our store Ihe most beautiful clothe3 that ever graced a clothing store. All our $25.00 fancy suits off, now .$18.75 All our 22.50 suits, off . . 1.87 All our 20.00 suits, oil 15.00 All our 15.00 suits, J oil H.25 All our 12.00 suits, J off 9.00 All our 10.00 suits, off 7.50 Make it your business to come to this ale of tho tincst suits made in tho world. Come early. Don't miss it. Fall suits arriving daily we must make room for them. . Mothers, bring your boys here for their school shoes. Wo save you 25 per cent on every suit you buy in our store. The Crossctt Shoes$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 T. I. EOSENTECAL, "JT-A-X-XTS MS-A-DIETO- CLOTHIER t If You Wish to Talk Watches dome here. If you wish to see and ask watch questions come here. Or for any other watch reason at all come here. We expect to have to convince you before we Bell you. Wouldn't have it any other way, any way, if we could. Like to show our watches, even if w don't sell, lie cause anv one that sees can't forget. Four of the world! leading move ments are what we have to show you and talk about. We repeat have a look. Hi. IB2037- IF-tiller Watches Silverware Jewelry ooo New Goods. oo in the Cloak Department lit this time means fust showing of Fall styles. Today we have a choice line of new suits at from $15.00 to $37.50. They come in the popular mixtures and serges. Dresses from 18.50 to $30.00. Scpcratcjcoat in mixtures, twills, plain and rough goods. Long coats in plush, velour and velvet have the approval of the style makers. These we are also showing. Wc will be pleased to have a call from you. The Store that Sells Wooltex. MentineDryGoodsCo Port Huron, Michigan Depend on Dikes In years gone by it was customary for manufac turers of medicinal preparations to offer only "specialties." ci The Dike Drug Co., having extraordinary manu facturing facilities, does business on a different plan and oilers a full line of household remedies-fifty or more-comprising everything that may be need ed for home treatment. The Dike Drug Co. has no "special ties"e very preparation la made as good as skill and science can make it. This means that whatever you buy with the Dike name on it is right. i And that explains why we, who are extremely careful about what we recommend to our customers have secured the sole distributing agency for the Dike lloseliold Remedies. We know they are right. V Mathews & Wight Lead-ins' Dr-uceficta ,V,. i ., j.,.,n.., ::sx ..Yale State Bank.. Yale, Michigan CAPITAL $30,000 SlRPl US $6,000 JAS. LIVINGSTON, President. J AS. McCOLL, Vlcu President. W II. LKAKMONT, Cashier. GUY li. UCAKD. AsB't Cashier. Farm Loans a Specialty. Collect ions made speedily at favorable rates Read ! Reflect ! Resolve ! "It's a Long Lane That Has No Turning " The starting of a bank account may be the turning point of your financial career. Kvery Accommodation consistent with sale Nanking Methods extended to our patrons. WE PAY 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. School Opens. ' The Vale Public Schools will open the lirst week in September. Monday, Sept. 4th, will be classification day and on Tuesday the schools will be open for business. The following are the teachers for the year: N. J. Drouyor, Superintendent, Science 1'earle A. Jiracelin, Principal, Mathematics Jlazel JJachelor Latin and (ierman Alta 11 ay ward English and History Ueatrice Munton,. . .7th and 8th tirades Cora A. Manon, th (irade Vera Owens, rth (Irade Lthel Miller, 1th (irade Ada Heard, 3rd (Jrade Ldna Miller, 2nd (irade J'hebe Hoy 1st (irade Florence Fierce, Kindergarten and Drawing The students should buy no books either new or second hand until they have classified and know exactly what they will require. 1 shall be in my ollice in the school building on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 1st and 2nd and shall be glad to consult with pupils and parents concerning school interests. 1 shall hope to see on one of these days all of the new students coming in from the country districts. Come Friday if you can. ;. J. Drouyor, Supt. of Schools. Real Estate Transfers Jt. 11. Harr has bought the house and lot on Jones street of Mrs. C. L. VYiliard and will get immediate possession. On Tuesday of this week Hert.lardine Eold his line residence property to Hoh well (Sreeu who is moving into the house today. JJert has moved his family into the Drown cottage next to the M. F. church. Herman Shelllebien has purchased of W. 1L l''e lne house and lot on Main street known as the Herbert property and Hert II olden and family are now occupying it. Will Longeway has mov ed into the house vacated by JJert Jlolden. Steve Windsor has sold his house and lot on west North street to (leorgeTen niswood of Speaker township, the deal being made on Monday of this week. The place is a very desirable resident spot and immediate possession will be given. Mr; Windsor will store his household goods in the rooms over the I'Mrst National Hank recently vacated by Dr. Turrell. Will Not Leave Yale When a man will tell a lie with the truth in his pocket, his object in doing so must be to do one an injury. When the Kecord published in its last week's issue that I was out of town looking for a location for my Klectric Theatre it lied as J had never intimated to any one that I was looking for a new loca tion for my theatre. The editor of that paper had every opportunity to find out the truth of the matter by 6imply enquiring of mo as I passed his place of business at different times every day last week, and the only conclusion I could arrive at in the face of the above is that the aforesaid gentleman is tooquick in inserting news that is hurtful to any legitimate business. It is not my intention to leave Vale as 1 am more than pleased with the patronage accorded me and am here to stay. In conclusion 1 wish to thank the public for their appreciation of my ef forts and assure them that until further notice they can get the biggest show for He at the Floclric Theatre that has ever been shown in Vale. Come and bring the children and enjoy an hour in the coolest place in town The JOIectric Theatre, over Cavanagh's (Jrocery Store. .ic to all. (eo. K. Houghtby. Dr. Cornell. . Dr. Cornell, eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, of Fort Huron, will be at the Paisley Hotel, Yale, on J'riday, Oct. fi. I ...pERSONHb... 'I MoTomrtits nrnl Dolnus of People That You May Happon to Know. Clarence JIuff was at Port Huron Saturday. Jack Jardine was in J'ort Huron Wednesday. John Matthews spent Tuesday in Port Huron. John Sweet was home from Sandusky over Sunday. AlexSaylrs was in Port Huron Tues day on business. Jtoy Moore and Frank Phillips autoed to Detroit Tuesday. Henry Welch transacted business in Port Huron Tuesday. Will J'oster, of l'ort Jluron, visited his parents over Sunday. Chaa. Noble and family autoed down from JJrown City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Stirling were guests of Detroit friends last week. J. C. JJailey, of Memphis, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hart this week. Camilla (ileason, of Port Huron, visited Mary Sheehy this week. Jlazel Paisley has been spending the past week with Detroit friends. A. K. Smith, of Port Huron, was in Vale calling on friends Monday. (J race JJrown has been home from Detroit the past week on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Oatmau visited relatives at Clifford over Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Jloskin and little child are at Applegate visiting relatives. J'rank Jackson was at Vassar Wed nesday attending the fair held there. Mrs. (leo. K. (iillam and son J)onald left for their home in Nileson Monday. Mary Clark and l,izzie Shaw spent the past week on a lake trip to Jhiluth. Mrs. H. S. Jlydorn and daughter vis ited the past week with friends at (i lad win. Hurlon Menereyand family, of Flint, are on a visit to relat ives in and around Vale. JJert JOvans and J,eslie Menzies spent Wednesday at the Heaches in Port Jluron. Carrie Clark is spending sometime in Detroit, Flint, Saginaw and Caro visit ing friends. Mrs. Archie Abbott and daughter of Saginaw, spent last week with Mrs. F. J. J lice. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Minnie have been entertaining guests from Mayville the past week. Mrs. James Wallace, daughter Donna and niece lionise spent Sunday at (iratiot J Jeach. Mrs. F. Winters and son J)ee of Urown City, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. S. JJrown Sunday. Lulu Chisholm and Maggie Leach, of Laurel, are visiting their cousin Isabelle Drown this week. (Jeorgo Hricker and family left Tues day morning for a two months' trip through Alberta. JCdward Andreae was at Chicago the first of the week on business for the Vale Woolen Mills. Mrs. C. L. Willard and son Harold of Detroit are spending a few days among Vale friends. Mrs. T. J. Minnie and children re turned Monday from their two weeks outing at Port Sanilac. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. J,athrop, of Flint, have been spending a couple of weeks in Valo among friends. Mr. and Mrs. K. Williamson, of Cros well, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. en McWaters on Sunday. Mrs. Karl Mitchell, of Port Huron, has been spending a few days the past week with l ale Iriends. Mrs. Morgan J. Smead was tin from l'ort Huron last Thursday on a visit to her jarents and friends. Jjeslie J. Menzies, of the Menzies Shoe Co. Detroit, is spending this week with his parents in Vale. Alex Keid, of Newberry, spent a part of the past week at the home of his mother Mrs. Helen Keid. Jirook JJearss and family, of Fostoria visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon JJearss over Sunday. Don McDuff went to Croswell last week where he has secured employ ment in W. JL Quail's ollice. Alex Sayles, of the law firm of Drake & Sayles, spent last week at JOvansville, Jil., on business for the lirm. Mrs. JJenj J,ane and Mrs. Jlenry Steinburg attended the funeral of Mrs. Joseph Hedhouse at Melvin. Vern Arnold, of Jiondon, Out., spent the past week with his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J.en McWaters Mrs. V. A. Jjicy and daughter J)oro thy and Mrs. (ieo. K. (Iillam, of Niles, visited Port Huron last Thursday. JJernice Harrington and Jeta Jlolden were at Port Jluron Saturday and spent the day withMarjorie JJallentine. Mrs. JJaumgartner and daughter Vinna, of Manistee, were guests the jast week of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Simmons. Mrs. Chas. Ferguson went to Detroit this week where she will undergo another operation at Harper hospital. (irant Jlolden and family autoed to Lakeville, one of the prettiest lakes in Japeer county, on Sunday and spent the day. Ima Wharton left Tuesday morning for Ontario where she will spend live weeks visiting relatives in different places. JJarry Van Jtiper, wife and child re turned to their home in J)etroit Wed nesday afterspending a week with Vale relatives. ltev. Saxbee has been attending the annual conference of the Methodist Protestant church at Gull Jake the past week. Mrs. D. F. Chipman and Mattie Chipraan, of Lexington Place, Pont lac, are spending the month of August with Mrs. E. J. Hice. Pearl McDonald is attending to her duties in the post ollice after spending a week or more with relatives at Chica go and other parts. Mrs. Walter Williams and little daughter, from Sandusky, spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. JJenj JOvans this week. T. J2. JHI1 manager of the chicory factory at Hay City in company with his daughter were in Vale Tuesday on their way home from Avoca. Mike S. McConnel, of Picton, Out., visited at the home of Geo. Houghtby the fore part of the week. Jle lei t Tuesday morning for Vellowgrass, Sask. Agnes Fright, Emma Holt, Nellie Jacobs, Mattie Carless, Klla Sheehy and Anna Monaghan are at the wholesale millinery houses in Detroit doing trim ming. Mrs. Farr Scott and children, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mah lon JJearss for the past live weeks, re turned to their home at Toledo, Ohio, Tuesday. A. C. Clayton and an Carnuchael, of Camdo, N, D., and Jas. I. Vincent, of New l ork City, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. incent in Green wood the past week. Mrs. Elizabeth Lothian and Mrs. JSruce Lothian came home Monday from their outing at (iratiot J leach and Mrs. John Jlutton is chaperoning the bunch there this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Warren, of Rochester, Mich., C. P. Warren and Fred Parks, of Jtomeo, autoed over Sunday and spent the day with Mr. ftnd Mrs. S. A. Hathaway. Mrs. Grant Jlolden, Mrs. W. F. Jtuh, Mrs. John Jlolden and daughter Fredda were driven to JJrown City Monday by Hex Jlolden in the family auto and spent the dav with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Keal, who have been spending their summer vacation at the home ol the latter s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Crandell, returned Monday morning to their home at JJurlington, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hathaway have returned from a visit at Owosso and Flint. John S. Wait and wife brought them over from Flint in their touring car and called upon many old irienus here. David Itanley, of Strathroy, has been spending the past week visiting his son Thomas J. lie is accompanied by his daughter Mrs. Kvoy and crand-dauerht- er. The old gentleman is Ul years of age ana quite spry. T. F. Jlolden and family, of Imlay City, came to Vale Sunday in their auto and spent the day. JIarry Jlolden who has been on a visit to friends at Trenton, Flint and Imlay City came over with them on his return home. Grant Jlolden autoed to Richmond Tuesday from which place he boarded the (irand Trunk noon train for De troit. J'r. Cullinane, JJernice Harring ton, Jtex and JJernice Jlolden accom panied him to Richmond returning in the afternoon. While Wm. JL Learmont was driving his auto slowly along Main St. Wed nesday evening about half past eight he accidentally ran into the rear of John F. Menerey'a milk delivery wagon upsetting it. In the milk wagon were Charley Menerey and Malcolm Kvans, the foner receiving a slight cut in the side from broken glass. Dr. Clyne dressed the wound and the lad is get ting along as well as could be expected, Smith & Cooper will give free to every child between the ages of fi and 12 years a sack of chocolate candy, Tuesday, AngURt 2H, at 3 p. m. r "Tri v a Serxd. a, UEessagpe any way you please, by wire or post, and if it pertains to money matters we will promptly see that it's attended to. TO THIS HANK MKN COM 15 AND GO dav by day, and over our counter large sums are daily received and paid out. We want you for a patron. IT'S SAFF, JJANKING J1FRF. FIRST RATIONAL RANK Oajpital, $0,000.00. A. E. Sleeper, Pres. W.F.Ruh, Vioe Pres. W.V.Andreae, Vice Pres. C. F. Fead, Cashier C. R. Adams, Ass't Cashier T. U. Wharton Bart McNulty Lincoln Avery OOO 51. C(9L ooo On Summer Goods $:j.00 and .'3.50 Dorothy Dodil Pumps and Oxfords. . .1.75 All Misses' and Children's $1.00 to $1.50 Oxfords cut to . 50c All Women's and Children's White Oxfords cut to 3l)c All Hoys' $2.25 Bicycle Shoes goat $1.50 Men's Work Shoes Reduced (jSmall sizes only) Values up to $3.00 to close out at ' $1.50 All $3 and $3.50 iMcnaEanc Elk Shoes at $2.50 All $2.75 Meuz-Easc Elk Shoes at $2.25 Men's $2.25 Dress Shoes go at $1.75 and $1.1)8 Odds and ends of Women's Shoes, values up to $3.50, going at ...$l.Si Odds and Ends in Hoys' and Youths' Shoes at clean-up prices New Fall Styles in Women's Shoes are now here $1.50 to $3.50 Women1 Sample Underniuslin at. Cost llcmumlter, until September 1st, I'll give you 5 per cent olt on all new Fall Blankets Entire Sample Line Auto Scarfs at less than wholesale prices. loc women' t gauze vests at 7c 12$c women's gauze vests at 10c 15c women's gauze vests at 12c Special lot 25c gauze vests at 19c 13c canned I'eas goat .10c straight J 10c whole Carolina Rice 7c lb 3 burs 10c Palm Olive Soap for 25c Twenty-two dozen Men's Sample Wool Socks at 10 5 per cent discount. f$ ! , s Exclusive Agent for fi!;,f f for Men and Women; 1 Just or Brown Shoos for boys and J girls; W. B. Corsets new fall styles. Boavis & Hutchinson fi and 1 have the exclusive sale for Yale of Ball Band ami Straijrht Line Rubbers. fl COCHRANE IJeBiilos keeping a lull line ot ....Choice Family Groceries.... 1 5 Try out of tho and wo aro sure you will find thorn tho bost ever. 4 m Prompt dollvory to any part of the city. f JOHN PAXTON JMJMJiC fJ)( Z)L xJ)D Wo will soil during tho summer months M C E CREAM CONE Sft- Subscribe for The Expositor. All the latest Home and Foreign News for only $1.00.