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Get Your Share
Of the Wall Paper Saving
As an inducement to get you to help niovo tho stock as
quickly as possible, every roll well bo sold at a bargain. You
will not have another such a chance this year to get such mag
nilicent and stylish papers for so littlo money,
Kemnanls will be sold at almost any prico you aro willing
We also carry a full and tip lo-date line of Window Shades.
The Palace Drujc Store of
POLLOCK & HENNESSY
W E SELL
Lumber, Lath, shingles, Post9,Turn
ed Work, Mouldings, L'repared Hooting
and Itnof Coating, liuilding Taper and
several ot the best makes prepared and
Calcined I'laMer, Lime, Hair, Urick.
Drain Tile and Sewer Pipe, Extension
Ladders, Hard, Soft and Smithing coal.
Headquarters for Lumber, headquarters for Coal;
For Shingles, tor Posts that you put in the hole;
Headquarters for Roofing, for Cement and for Lime,
Things you are sure to be needing some time.
Headquarters for prices, the lowest of all,
And that's why we ask you to give us a call.
Yale Lumber & Coal Company
We have our store thoroughly cleaned 'and
painted and are all ready for the
Buy if possible before the rush starts. Keep your eye $
jj on our ads and windows. It will pay you. $
I Drills and Jewelry GRANT HOLDEN
Does your home need new W
2 Lace Curtains!
Q) Come in and look over our new line of these goods
ranging in price from 75c to $7.00 a nair.
We also have the finest line of
we ever carried. (f
A. V. PARMLEE, g
I'HONfc 24 DAY OK NMK
Local and Otherwise.
1 toads muddy,
Subscribe tor the Vale Expositor.
John Peering is very sick at his home
west and bouth of Vale.
New telephone directories have been
distributed about the city and on the
Regular meeting O. K. S. next Wed
nesday evening, Dec. ft. No initiation.
D. E. Lacy, sec.
Miss Simington is prepared to take
sewing by the day. Call at the residence
of Warren Jioadway. 33-2
Ilenrv I Ohmer left Val Mnnrtav
morning on a fur buying trip through
me noun part or ine siaie.
Special meetings at the Methodist
Protestant church continue this week
with good interest manifest.
William Roy has moved to Vale
from Deford, and will make his home
among us. A hearty welcome is ex-
T. J. Minnie of the Central Meat
Market has shipped 17,000 pounds of
dressed poultry to the Detroit markets
uuring me past weeK.
"The Man on the Uox" will benlavod
in Central Hall Wednesday evening,
Dec. (. Reserved seats on sale at
Pollock & llennessy's, Monday evening
J. II Moore, rural mail carrier, has
purchased the Carless 10 acres of land
just west of North street bridge and
win no uouut spena nts spare time dur
ing the summer farming.
A. K. Kleinert & Co., well drillers,
have an adv. in this issue soliciting
your work in that line. They come
well recommended as experienced men
ana oner to uo your work at a reason
Quarterly meeting will be held at the
Methodist 1'rotestant church, Dec. 2
and 3. Rev. Fred A. I'erry, president
or ine ijonrerence, will he present and
assist, aii are invueu to be in at
tendance at these means of grace.
Charles F. Schmidt, who recently sold
the 20ii acre farm one mile south of
1 ale known as the .1. C. McKenna
Place to Mr. Hazelman. last wppIc
purchased of Wm. V. Andreae the
Charley Martin farm of J(X) acres near
Elder J. II. I'aton. of Almont. will
preach in Rrick Chapel to members and
ail listening inends on subjects of vital
importance to you. The Lord says,
"Re swift to hear." Come and listen.
Services Sunday, Dec. 3rd at 3:00 and
A number of young ladies, in recocrni
lion of the gallant manner in which
the foot ball boys conduct themselves
on the gridiron, gave them a delicious
oyster stew in the diuing room of the
rresnytenan church Saturday evening.
The boys greatly enjoyed the feast and
Sevenof Donald Minnie's hnv fripnda
surprised him at his home on Mary
street x uesaay evening it being his
seventh birthday. The time was pleas
antlv BDent in amusement. Sveral
neat little gifts were received bv Donald
rrom nis guests, his school teacher
Miss Roy was present and took part in
Dr. C. C. Stevens has returned from
Ann Arbor to his home in Sandnskv.
aitertaKing the rasteur treatment. It
was demonstrated that Chauney had
not become infected with the deadly
virus of hydrophobia, although the
doer which he treated had the rlispnse.
Chauncy's Vale friends will be glad to
near mat ne is an rignt.
The hearincr in the matter of Mi an
nlication to sell real estate lelnnrinr
to Emma, Ira and Olive (loheen was
neia in circuit court berore judge Law
vesterdav. Attornev A. i.. sav es an-
peared for the parties, who are all min
ors residing in Yale, and upon his
motion, umma uoneen, their mother,
was appointed special miardian for
The mystery of a 40.000 robberv"
is the plot upon which is founded a
new serial story by Harry Irvine (J reen.
authorof "Yosondeof the Wilderness",
etc., about to appear in these columns
entitled "The Lash of Circumstances."
l'rom the opening chapter, when the
daring tneit is disclosed, to the verv
last your suspicion as to the identity of
me guilty one win leap from one
character to another until the startliner
aim unexpected denouement.
Ihe Marlette school items in the
Leader last week contains the follow
ing: "Our foot bail team is invincible.
They still have an uncrossed goal line.
Yale at Yale today will be the next
victim. The first statements mav still
be true, but the last, not quite. Yale
didn't happen to be a victim this time,
in iaci no victim was lurnished, which
was uetter man noming. The score
stood 0 to 0 which demonstrates that if
the Marlette team is invincible Yale
stands close up.
A delightful meeting of the N. Y. IS.
club was held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Run on Friday evenincr
last, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andreae as
sisting with the entertaining. The
prizes were won as follows: Mrs.
Taylor llrst, Mrs. Rliss 2nd. Among
the gentlemen jj. w. Farley seems to
behaving the best luck, taking the tirst
prize at the meeting before and at this
one. Mr. Jlendershot, who is supposed
to be a tirst class player, took the bool y
Reavis & Hutchinson are closintr out
their stock of ladies', misses and child
ren's coats, they are offering some special
Just what you want to make vour
fruit cake nice, Four Crown raisins,
Reavis & Hutchinson are selling them
while they last at 10c three for 25c.
A. K. KLEINERT & CO.
Price of 2 in. well, per ft. 90c
Price of 3 in. well, per ft. . .$1.50
Wc furnish best galvanized pipo
and good mm p.
Will bo at Hotel Paisley. Yalo.
Dec. i and 23, '11, and .Ian. (I.
M2. You may leave vour order
at hotel or Expositor oflico.
We have 2 machines workinff
Ordinary Cathartics and Pills and
Harsh Physic Cause Distress
You cannot be over-careful in the
selection of medicine for children. Only
the very gentlest bowel medicine should
be given, except in emergency cases.
Ordinary pills, cathartics and purgatives
are apt to do more harm than good.
They may cause griping, nausea and
other distressing after-effects that are
We personally recommend and guar
antee Rexall Orderlies as the safest and
most dependable remedy, which we
know, for constipation and associate
bowel disorders. Wehavesuch absolute
faith in the virtues of this remedy that
we sell it on our guarantee of money
back In every instance where it fails to
give entire satisfaction, and we urge all
in need of such medicine to try it at
Rexall Orderlies tire eaten just like
candy, are particularly prompt and
agreeable in action, may be taken at
any time, day or night; do not cause
diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessivo
looseness, or other undesirable effects.
They have a very mild but positive
action upon the organs with which they
come in contact, apparently acting as a
regulative tonic upon the relaxed
muscular coat of the bowel, thus over
coining weakness, and aiding to restore
the bowels to more vigorous and healthy
Rexall Orderlies commonly complete
ly relieve constipation, except of course
when of a Burgical character. They also
tend to overcome the necessity of con
stantly taking laxatives to keep the
bowels in normal condition. Three
sizes of packages, 10 cents, 2" cents, and
ro cents. Kemember, you can obtain
Rexall Remedies in ale only at our
store -The Hexall store. (Jrant Ilolden.
Ready For All Comers.
Tort Huron Timtjs-llorald
Floyd I), ditcher, the well known
Armada wrestler, who is still in the
game, and who feels as young as ever,
was in Fort Huron yesterday, coming
here from his home on a business trip.
Mr. Cutcher has sold his Rerlin town
ship farm for 14,500, and has purchas
ed another piece of farm land near
Armada. In the vicinity of Armada
he now owns 280 acres of land, 2(X) acres
of which comprises one of the best
farms in Armada township.
Rut despite his activity as a farmer,
Cutcher has not given up wrestling.
He ligures on having a number of bouts
during the coming winter, and he pre
dicts that his banner year as a mat
artist is before him.
"1 have received challenges in the
last few weeks from Ferry Shadd, the
Coleman heavyweight; Fd. Shelp, mid
dleweight, of Rancroft; Clyde North,
middleweight, of Vicoryville; Al. Chris
man, Chatham, Ont.; Can Rurgess of
Dryden; Peter Fappas, the Oreek, and
a number of others, including a fellow
named ColTey, of (Jreenville.
"I've had so much work to do on the
farm and I have not had a chance to
meet anyone. Rut now I'm ready for all
comers, and I will accept the challenge
with all of the above wrestlers and
anyone else who desires a bout."
Cutcher never looked better in his
life. He is in the pink of condition, and
from now until next spring, when mat
ters on his farm will require his atten
tion, he will be meeting ail comers at
any time or place the challengers may
Ivy Cutcher, the veteran's son, who
is a lightweight wrestler, is now ready
to take up his father's profession. For
years he has been training, and now at
the age of 19 he is far superior to many
who have been m the game a long time.
"The boy is the best in the business
at his weight," said the father yesterday,
and I'll be willing to match him against
anyone, lien he awe to maKe some
of the big fellows go some if any of
them decide to arrange matches with
A. number of the old friends and
neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. John Wark,
surprised them Monday evening when
they all marched m on mem to spend
one more happy time together before
Mr. and Mrs. Wark depart lor their
future home in Yale. The evening
was spent in a pleasant manner and in
behalf of the guests M r. James Pemaray
presented Mr. and Mrs. Wark with a
beautiful rocker. Their many friends
wish them health and happiness in
their new home. Melvin (Jazette.
Ball Bail Rubbers
The snow calls for Rubbers and when you buy why nol buy Ihe best.
Ball Band stands for quality. There is no better rubber made for hard
service. Look over the list of different styles we have for you to select from
Men's Ball Band Rubbers
luck IiMwlun's 12 inch Top
I )iu l li!i liui's S inch Top
Lumber .lark t wo I 1 1 U I
Pacifies S inch Top Kubhtr
( )ntarios on' Ihu-klc
( n1 ;: I M is Lace
Men's heavy one buckle arctic
Men's heavy four hucklc arctic
Men's overshoes with Canvass Le;;in just
the tiling for snow
Men's heavy four Hucklc Arctic all Uuhher
This ruhher is just as good as a rubber hoot
you can wear them over your shoes and
lake them oil' when you come in the house
Boys' Heavy Rubbers
Duck Lawton S inch top
Lumber .lack two buckle
Ontario one buckle.
Boys' Heavy Overshoes
In one; and I wo buckle. These arc all Ihe
Ball Band Rubbers, if you have ever wore
a pair you know (heir wearing qualities.
You will also find snx to go with the above
Men's Warm Shoes
We can lake care of your wants in these,
wc have several styles for you to select
from at prices that will please you. Leath
er Faced :uid all Fell, also Sheepskin Slip
pers and Shoes.
Ladies' and Children's Rubbers
We cany the Straight Line Rubbers,
Alaskasand Arctics, these are lino and light,
but, still have the wearing qualities. You
will find a full line in Ladies' Sizes runnin"
from '2 to s, in Misses from 1H to 2, in
child's from 4 to 11.
In Ladies' Warm Shoes our line is ready
for your selection. You will find the all
leather ones, the llcced lined ones with
Beaver top in all prices.
Beavis & Hutchinson
The Home of good Rubbers for the whole family
I , Ji
The Display in
A quiet wedding was solemnized last
Wednesday, Nov. 22, at the German
Lutheran parsonage in Greenwood,
when Miss Anna Specht and Mr.
Rudolph Wahl of this place were unit
ed in marriage. They were attended
by Miss Laura Specht, cousin of the
bride, and Henry Wahl, brother of the
groom. The bride looked very attractive
in a pretty suit of blue with hat to
match. The bridesmaid was dressed in
a handsome suit of gray. A wedding
supper was served at the home of the
groom's parents. They left the next
morning on a snort weaaing trip to
Adrian and other points. On their re
turn they will reside with the groom's
parents for the winter. They will be
at home to their friends after Dec. 4th.
In the aisle of the passenger coach on
the l'ere Marquette train Saturday
evening a roll of bills. Owner may
have same if satisfactory proof of own
ership is furnished. Call at The Paisley
Hotel, or Expositor ollice. 33-2
I'.p.ivis &. Hutchinson have Just re
ceived another shipment of ladies' tan
shoes at 93.00 and !?1.0, they are
"I wish I could alTord a dozen of
those fine bananas for my family's
supper," said the man In the grocery
store, 'but this high cost of living com
pels us to cut out an luxuries. Ana
he threw down a quarter for six pacK-
Our Show Window 9
Exemplifies the new styles in Women's, Misses' and
Children's Ready-to-wear Garments.
Ladies Coats in reversible material from
$12 to $24
Ladies' Plush Coals from
$15 to $35
Ladies' Caricul Coats from
$10 to $14
s-r Misses' and Children's Coats in a variety
of Shades and colors
New fall Skirts in Voiles, Panamas and Fancy Silks.
Tailored Waists for fall
Corsets, Underwear and Hosiery
f Hayes & Sheehy
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Lion Hruml Shirts nnd Collars sire popular with stylo seek
kcrs because un to the minute in cut and workmanship. This Ssf
cut shows one of the latest improvements to tho coat style. V
Kxtra button hole which can be fastened to the underwear ami V'
makes it impossible to hunch up. Collars of the latest stylo A
always fit tho shirt because; they are made by tho same com
puny nnd measurements two. the same. Styles and patterns J
in Lion llrand an new and neat and if once worn always worn Vf
for we keep f
fh Stephenson Wool Underwear nnd Peninsular Fleeced Lined an always ready,
jfl them sized in regular and we can tit you at all times.
(iS t rvmTTT A XT O A T
west of Yale now.
ages of Honest Scrap.