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EVERYTHING
That Students Need
Will be found in our stock of school supplies. We hiivo
such a big line that you "can depend upon finding it hero, no
matter how late you come. Text books for every grade,
pencil.--, pens, penholders, tablets of nil kinds, crayons, inks,
j erasers, rulers, composition paper, school satchels, book
straps, etc.
On tablets and most other items of supplies wc can save
you some money, and the grade will invariably be as good or
a little better than what you would get elsewhere.
The Palace Drug store of
POLLOCK & HENNESSY
Druggists Phone 12. Yale, Mich.
WK SKI J,
in Fiw
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Post?, Turn
ed Work, Moulding, Prepared Ryollng
and Hoof Coating, Ruilding Paper
and several of the best makes prepared
and Calcined Plaster, Lime, Hair,
IJrick, Drain Tile and Sewer Pipe, In
tension Ladders, Hard, Soft and Smith
ing Coal.
We Want You to Feel at Liberty
to come here at any and all times for information on
any and all matters pertaining to any and all kinds of
Lumber and Building Material
That's what we are here for. Such information is as free
as the air.
Yale Lumber & Coal Company
Limited.
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lust a Word..
About School Supplies
We have made u specialty of these good for years. It is a
to be supposed that we have learned something about them in
that time. We have, and wc use the benefit of this knowledge
for the benefit of our customers. Every drug store sells $
lead pencil., pens, tablets and school books S
Only one
Store sells the
Line of
School Supplies
5 Therefore we arc in a position to show you a better line of
lablets, pens, pencils, penholders, etc., than our competitors
can possibly show you. Special attention given to children. jj
The jR34ol& Store
I Drugs and Jewelry GRANT HOLDEN
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Come in and look over our new line of these goods y)
16 ranging in price from 75c to $7.00 a pair. (u
We also have the finest line of f
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larpets and Kugs s
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we ever carried.
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is now a summer as well
as .a winter remedy. b It
has the same invigorating
and strength-producing ef
fect in summer as in winter.
Try it in a little cold milk or
water. , .
ALL DRUGGISTS
Local and Otherwise.
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See the Expositor for sale bills.
Have you selected vour lot in
Vale 1 le sort yet.
""lis not that I love the grass less,
but that I love the lawn mower."
Rert Fvans had charge of the Minnie
meal market at Avnca last Friday.
Foolish question No. W:- Why can't
an onion grow on a vine if a tomato
i:an i
The Vale canning factory is through
putting up icns and will start on corn
September Ith.
The Vale Woolen Mills were shut
down a day or two the latter part of
last week for repairs.
Street Commissioner Henry has been
busy this week placing gravel along
Main street wherever needed.
Regular meeting (). F. S. September
IS. Flection of ollicers. All members
are requested to be present. 1). 10. Racy,
secretary.
.las. (Joheen has built a new veranda
arouiui ins residence on Third street
and is making many other decided improvements.
Dusty McDonald, .lake Miller and
Fred Currier are wielding the paint
brushes on the public school building
this week, and improving its appear-
ince greatly.
The voung people of this citv gave a
social dance in Central Hall Monday
evening. About fifteen couples were
present and a very pleasant evening
was spent.
Marshal Henry and crew of men on
Saturday laid a sewer across Mechanic
street from the catch basin on the
south side to the one on the north the
old outlet being clogged.
If you are going to have an auction
sale this fall, be sure and see us before
ordering. We have something new in
this line which we know will please
you and our prices are reasonable.
The Ladies Aid of the West Rroek
way church will hold a harvest home
supper on Thursday evening, Septem
ber 7 in the church parlors. The sup
per will be 25c. Fveryone cordially in
vited to attend.
Mathews & Wight have added a
large new silent salesman case for
tobacco, cigars and pipes. It takes the
place of the old one in the front of the
store and is a neat and tastv addition
to their up-to-date drug store,
Melvin Reedham, at one time com
positor on the Vale Record, has rented
the Overseer at Croswell and assumed
control last week. Melvin is a hustling
voung man and will no doubt make a
success in the newspaper business.
Julia, Vera, (Jueenie and Mildred
Wallace, Fmma Richardson and Mrs.
John Hutton who have been camping
at Harmonic I'lace, Gratiot Reach Fort
Huron, returned home Saturday even
ing after a two weeks vacation. All
report a splendid time.
Grant Holder has made some changes
in his drug store the past week, such as
moving the prescription case back
about two feet and adding a neat case
along the wall in lront of the store tor
holding tobacco, cigarettes, etc. The
change makes a decided improvement.
W. A. Woodruff has sold his farm of
80 acres north-west of lale to Fred
Teets. Consideration SS,S(X). Mr. Wood
ruff has purchased Dr. W. (J. Wight's
house and lot on Jones street and will
move into Vale as soon as the house is
vacated. He will be assistant at the
Rower House.
A number of friends and neighbors
of Mr. and Mrs. C. 10. Wells, of Prescott,
dropped in on them last Friday even
ing and completely surprised them.
An enjoyable evening was spent and
many beautiful presents were lett.
Charlie says the Prescott people are
made ot the right kind of stun.
Married in Port Huron on Thursday,
August 24, 1011, Mrs. Ida M. Kelley, of
Vale and Walter W. Robins, of that
city. The ceremony was performed by
Rev.uraybiel, or the Mennonite church.
Mr. and Mrs. Robins will move soon to
Rirmingham, Alabama, where they will
make their home. The Fxpositor ex
tends congratulations.
Friday last we dropped iirto A. V.
Parmlee's store and had the pleasure of
listening to a number of grand opera
selections which Art played for us on
his new Victrolia. The records were
excellent and the machine was at its
best. Its certainly a treat to listen to
Schumann Heik, Melba, Caruso, Farrar,
and other famous stars as reproduced
by the Victrola.
John Paxton is running a neat and
clean grocery store in the north end
and the people of that section are ap
preciating his efforts. The store is a
handy one as groceries are delivered
promptly any time of the day. He is
endeavoring to give every one full
value and lair and courteous treatment
and we know he will get the share of
trade hisilTorta deserve.
A large number of Vale people were
at the lake shore Sunday viewing the
property lately purchased. All were
highly pleased with its appearance and
pronounced it an ideal spot for camp
ing. Already ten lots have been sold
and more prospects are in view. If you
would like a lot let (leo. Mclntyre
know and he will select one for you or
take you to the property in his auto
and you may choose your own.
A number of Vale young people will
leave in the near future to take up a
course at the various colleges of the
state, leading to their intendedvocation.
Fred Currier, Frank Sheehy, "and Rert
Freeman will go to the University of
Michigan for engineering, Ventry
Hisey to Albion for Journalism, and
James Cork to Vpsilanti for a course
preparing to entering the Law Depart
ment of the U. of M. As yet we have
not learned of any of our young ladies
who intend entering college this fall.
Slight fiwt Tuecday night.
Miss Lillie Cooper, of Detroit, will
sing a solo at the M. 10. church next
Sunday morning.
Rert Travis, who resides near Port
Huron, brought a line driving horse to
Vale Tuesday for Dr. A. Pollock.
Secretary (lalbraith sends us com
plimentary tickets to the North Rranch
Fair and Races to be held Sept. IS to
15. Thanks.
Two days races at Riverside Driving
Park, Vale, Sept. 11) and 20. Further
announcement and purses will be pub
lished next week.
Miss (Veil Currier, of Almout, known
to many Vale young people, was united
in marriage to Dr. Spencer, of Waverly,
N. V. on Wednesday of this week.
Fthel Martin will teach in the (Iray
school near Croswell the coming year.
She received a second grade certilicate
at the August examination in Sanilac
county this year.
Mrs. Walter Cheesman received the
12-piece dinner set given away at (leo.
A. Nuns' Aug. 21, for being the one
who made the most cash purchases
during the month.
Daniel Dyer, formerly of the Case
ville Critic, and also the Vale Hustler,
is now located in Akron, editing the
Leader. Here's wishing him muchsuc
cess in his new town.
Two-color auction sale bills at. the
Expositor ollice. See samples before
you order. These are printed on card
board and are sure winners. They
won't tear or blow down.
I?ev. . II. Cole was elected as a
delegate to the general conference of
the Methodist Protestant church to be
held at Raltimoiv the lirst week in May
11H2, at the recent conference.
there were 115 tickets to Detroit ami
IS to Port Huron on the Sunday excur
sion. On Monday S were sold to the
tunnel the occasion being the Rarnum
& Railey show in Port Huron.
Dr. A. Pollock s new ollice corner of
Main and Wood streets is up and the
plasterers have finished their work. As
soon as the painters and decorators get
through the Dr. will move in which will
be sometime in September.
Ralph Fuller, formerly a Richmond
young man, and nephew of L. Roy
Fuller of our city, is meeting with suc
cess in his chosen work that of artist.
The publisher of Life paid him $135
for two pictures he drew for them. He
is working for the Chicago News.
Forty-three members of the Stanley
family'met at the home of Mrs. (leo.
Stanley of Melvin to celebrate the
fourth annual reunion. A very pleas
ant time was enjoyed. Mrs. John
Weaver and Mrs. Jonathan Thompson,
of Chicago, formerly of Vale, were un
able to be present.
T. J. Minnie will receive a carload of
peaches either today or tomorrow and
will have them for sale at Central
Meat Market. Prires from 1.25 to
!?2.U0. All yellow freestones. If you
want peaches be sure and be on hand.
They will go quickly. Vou will not
be able to buy them as cheap again
this season.
Rev. W. II. Cole has been assigned to
the Capac charge of the Methodist
Protestant church for next year. Rev.
and Mrs. Cole did a good work while in
Vale in building the new brick church
and adding to the membership and it
is with regret their many friends learn
that they will leave for other fields of
Hibor.
As Rurnell Wight was working at the
stand in front of Holders meat market,
Saturday evening, making hamburg
sandwiches the grease in the bottom of
the gasoline stove blazed up beyond
control and in his attempt to remove
the stove into the street his right arm
was quite badlv burned. His father
dressed the wound and now Rud is
carrying his arm in a sling.
Neal Evans and son Rert, who have
been trusted employes at Central Meat
Market of T. J. Minnie for a number
of years, have tendered their resigna
tions and as soon as their positions can
be tilled they will take up farming as
an occupation. The family will move
onto the Fred Duquette place north and
east of Vale and will also work the
Renj Evans farm north-west of here.
The members and adherents of Vale
and West Rrockway circuit of the
Methodist Protestant church are pleas
ed to learn that Rev. Saxbee will re
main here another year as the confer
ence stationing committee has assigned
him to this charge. Mr. Saxbee is a
man of sterling qualities and an earn
est worker in the cause. The Exposi
tor joins with all of Vale in welcome
ing him back.
CTs. Cochrane reports that the Mr.
Sterling who accompanied Ruster
Rrown and family to Vale two weeks
ago, was accidently killed by a (2 rand
Trunk train at Rattle Creek" last week.
It seems that Mr. Sterling did not hear
the warning cries of the train men and
stepped in front of the moving train,
was run over dying almost instantly.
Mr. Sterling was a veteran salesman of
the Rrown Shoe Co. of St. Louis.
On Friday evening of last week Mrs.
J. A. Menzies entertained Reulah
Renedict, Mayme Currier, Ada and Nell
Reard, Fred Currier, Alex Sayles, Clyde
Cochrane and Leslie Menzies, the same
crowd she chaperoned at Holland
IJeach this summer. Five hundred
was the amusement of the evening,
Fred Currier carrying oil high honors
and Alex Sayles the consolation. Ev
eryone reports having a very pleasant
time.
Anna Parkinson while driving to
Capac last week Thursday and when
near the Cole school house the horse
became frightened at a culvert on the
road and refused to cross. Miss Park
inson got out of the buggy and took
the horse by the bit and attempted to
lead it over the culvert when the animal
rared up tearing the ligaments of her
arm and shoulder quite badly, A
physician was summoned who bound
the injured parts and she is now getting
along nicely.
The Sanilac Jeffersouian of Friday
August 25, says that the talk of a rail
road from Saginaw to Port Huron is
again in the air. It's more than that
Mr. JelTersonian, while its been kept
very quiet it's an iron clad cinch that
there will be an electric road to Lex
ington, Michigan, inside of a year.
While wc are not permitted to name
the men behind it, we have known for
some weeks that there was a company
being organized, to start the electric
road up the shore. This no doubt will
be continued from time to time and
chunk to chunk until Saginaw is reach
ed. Sunday News, Port Huron,
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high cm ami medium,
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lave no
School - Shoes
C7Tl I IS is tho last week before school begins. Next week
the hell will be ringing and we will hear the happy
voices of the children as they go to tako up their school work.
It is necessary that they should be well and strong in order to
make tho progross in their studies that they should. Wc, as
parents should take every precaution possible to protect and
properly care for them. One of tho main things is to see that
they have good shoes, and this is what wc want to tell you
about our Hloosier line of J school shoes for children, girls
and boys, ladies and young ladies in both button and luce,
and patent tip. While these shoes are not heavy, they are
equal for wear.
The Hoosier School Shoe
for Children.
This little.shoe is a wonder. It
runs in sizes from to s. We've
them in button ;uul fact'. We also
have them with hooks for the little
gents.
The Hoosier School Shoe
for Girls.
This shoe is the same as the other
one only the sizes run from HS to 11
We carry them in the high lop as
well. You can't duplicate this shot'
for service.
The Hoosier School Shoes for Boys.
There is no better shoe made for the boy than
the Hoosier. We have one called the Kick
proof and it is rightly named. The boy who
kicks them out has a job on his hands. They
are the right shoe with the right name.
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The Hoosier School Shoe for
the Miss
This is a neat, up-todate shoe and
any girl will be pleased with a pair of
them. We carry them in high button
and lace. An ideal school shoe, sizes
11! to 2. Try a pair for school wear
they will please you. '
The Hoosier School Shoe for
Youths
These are especially adapted for boys'
wear. We have them in tans and black
- the ideal school shoe. You will find
them in both button and lace. Re sure
to see this shoe before you lit the boy
out for school.
The Hoosier School Shoe for Young Ladies.
There is no one that appreciates a nice appearing
shoe better than a young lady. The Hoosier School
Shoe has all the looks of a line shoe and the wear
ing qualities of the heavier ones.
The Hoosier School Shoes for Ladies
This shoe is especially adapted for out door wear
It has the appearance of a line shoe and is heavy
enough to stand the out door wear without rubbers.
Our guarantee goes with every pair.
Remember the name the Hoosier School Shoe -made by the Tappen Shoe Co., of Coldwater, in tlie good
old state of Michigan. The shoe that wears and pleases. For sale by
eavis & Hutchinson
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Boys' Knee Pant Suits and Separate g
Knickerbocker Pants for School w
Our Fall goods in the above lines arc in and we ate pre- K
pared t(t show you some of the best that money can buy. A-
Those of you who have bought these goods of us before, know j
what they are. Otiikks we would like to show and get M
your opinion. , f
In loys' Knee I'ant Suits we carry at prices ranging from W
TRUMP CLOTHES
$2.25 up to $0.00.
In Hoys' Separato Pants (Knickerbockers) we have them
from 50c up to $1.50.
Mimi'sj n nd Vnnnd' Men's Suits Wo have ii crnnd showine in earlv Full sind Winter stvles.
$ Also our Fall Shoes of W. L. Douglas make. Other fall lines will be complete soon.
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T OTHTAN & PAT MRR Z
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pearson on
Monday, August 28, a daughter. Con
gratulations. There will be preaching in the Vale
Methodist Protestant church next
Sunday morning.
Mrs. Peters of near Roseburg has
bought the Fred Teets farm of 70 acres.
Consideration !?1S(X).
Fred Vanskivar moved his house
hold goods to the (leo. YV. Rell farm,
which he recently purchased, Tuesday.
Complimentary tickets to the Thumb
District Fair at Port Huron, Sept. 12
to 15 received from Secy. Wittliff for
which we return thanks.
Rev. Prentiss II. Case preached at
the First 1'resbyterian church, in I'ort
Huron last Sunday morning and even
ing. That church is without a pastor,
Rev. Montieth who held the pastorship
many years having died recently. Rev.
Case is undecided as yet whether he
will accept the call to the Quincy church
or the one in Port Huron. Eld. Haton
occupied the pulpit in the Presbyterian
church in Vale last Sunday morning
and evening, and preached very impres
sive and interesting sermons.
Notice.
At a recent meeting of the Roard of
Education it was decided that all non
resident students entering our high
school must present at the time of
classifying the money, or an order for
the money, signed by the director and
moderator of their home district, for
the semester's tuition.
This means that all foreign students
who wish to enter the Vale High
School this fall must bring with them
the tuition for the first semester $10.00
or an order for the same.
We are sending out this statement to
all the directors in nearby districts and
hope by this published notice in the
Vale papers to bring the attention ot
all parties concerned prospective stu
dents and district otlicers-to this matter
so that it can easily be arranged for by
the time that school starts.
James E. Reavis, Secretary.
Do you believe in
laying off your business
solicitor when business
is slack?
When do you need the '-Outside Man" most ? Is it when
you arc so rushed with business that you can scarcely keep
up with your orders, or is it when business is quiet ? An
advertisement in this paper is the best 'Outside Man" you
can hire. It is read by nearly every resident of this city
ami surrounding country every week and by its policy of
refusing all fake propositions, by its honest and clean news
columns and progressive spirit Ims won the confidence of
these readers.
Try it now during the so called "dull season" and make
business come anyway.
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