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It Will Cost You Nothing
Yoti have tho irivile:c of Ublnjr any
entirely tt our risk. Wo are nuijdnr no exception in our
otter. It makes no tiilFcrouco which of the lloxull Koincilies
you buy, ahoukl it not prove Mitiafnctory in every way vc
will pay back your money. There is no string to the offer,
you don't even havo to bring buck the empty bottle. Try
one of tho following:
Kexull Kidney Pills
Kexall Grippe Pill
Kexall Hubbinjr Oil
Kexall Cold Tablets
Kexall Worm Syrup
A Trial Will Convince You.
Jj Drugs The Rexall Store Jewelry
Local and Otherwise.
"THE UFA J ABLE ST 01 IE"
You Can He Stylishly Dressed at
Really Moderate Expense
It isn't the amount spent on clothes that makes you look
tlish and well dressod it's tho way tho money is spent.
Our tailored suits and coats mean ihc maximum of correct
style, dependable fabrics and careful tailoring at moderate
Our early showing of Wooltex, Style-craft, Koulevard and
liischof suits and coats includes smart, stylish, tailored
models for both women and misses.
There are dressy suits in fine gabardines, wool poplins,
checks and other tine matoiials. There are smart Norfolks
and Tailored calling suits. There are supberb suits of taf
feta or faille silk, all made with tho same painstaking care
that issoevidentin the soft tailored fronts and lapels, straight
hoamf" and closo-fitting collars of new garments.'
Thero is real economy in buying these garments for they
combine smart style with superior quality at moderate cost.
"The Store That Sells Wooltex"
The Ballentine Dry Goods Co.
We Sell McCall Patterns
Port Huron, Mich.
Whilo it lasts, Seven bars of Lautz Acme Soap for 25c. Give
it a trial next Wash Day.
If you try LaFrancc Laundry Tablets and Sat'na Starch
Tablets once, you will use it again. Wo havo them both for
..Tortli. 33lcL G-iocery..
JOHN &RIGHT, Proprietor.
Cpffoe fsiiZM&'Mi Coffee' t
4 Royal Brands
For The Coffee Cup
You will find your favorite blend in one of the four
ROYAL VALLEY BRANDS. Every degree of cup qua!
ity is covered in these brands; some are stronger, heavier,
or'. more highly aromatic than others. All are carefully
blended to meet each individual taste.
Ntro (nngreund) at 2Sc is a berry Ro-Vac-Co (atecl cut) at 35c ia
coffea f quality. For flavor, arama freih roasted. round and packed in
..4 .;w.... .....1 T. nark. fme pound tint. Rich, tweet and
fe coffee of merit.
Clenwood (tteel cut) at 30c !s a
coffee of deliciout blend, pure, rich
flavor t heavy body and packed in
vm jigwa una.
aromatic, 4e most popular coffee
listed in ti'e market.
Ttar (ungrdund) at 35r is an ex
cellent package berry coffee. Gives
you the richest, smoothest, freshest
Pleasant Valley Tea. 50c, 60c, 80c per lb. We guarantee
the purity and quality of Pleasant Valley superior to any tea.
Send your order today.
C. S. COCHEA1TE
IF YOU ARE" DEAF READ THIS
Lip reading teaches "the eye to hear." This stndy Is easily acquired through
our complete Correspondence Course, liy learning to read the tpeaker's lips
you can enjoy the comforts of conversation without embarrassment throw
away all mechanical bearing devices and re enter society. A Good Lip Read
er Seldom Betrays His Daafnass to a Stranger. Send 81.00 for outline of
stndy, first lecture and lessons. Address
SCHOOL OF LIP LANGUAGE, KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI
Mrs. Joel Nims, of Detroit, is in
Yale visiting friends.
Saline Sheehy has a position atOwos
so and left for there last week.
J. M. Smith has been drawn on the
Traverse Jury at Detroit March 7th.
(Juy Martin, of Kindersley, Sask., is
here on a visit to relatives and friends.
John Hurley and wife of l'ort Huron
were calling n Yule friends last Sat
Stnnlev Bonnev and wife were at
rontiao oyer Sunday on a visli to
Mr. and Mrs. David Cochrane of Al-
inont, spent a part of the past week
with their son.
Jack Etqhells has been very bick the
past week lrom pneumonia, lie is
some better now.
Will Phillips and wife, of Detroit,
were nere eaneBuay attending wie
funeral of Mrs. J as. Cooper.
J. Frank (Jreen of Owosso, Michigan
State Secretary of the Churches of
Christ, was in Vale Monday evening.
James Shaw has been seriouslv sick
the past week with kidney trouble and
a slight attack of high blood pressure.
Twins were born to Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Cavanagh Feb. 25, a son and
daughter. Double congratulations are
The rummage sale which , was to
have been held Friday of this week,
has been postponed until next ,week
Hev. Waldren (J each was called to
Avoca Monday to conduct the funeral
service of the infant 6on of Bev. and
Mrs. W. Firth.
Word reaches here from Newberry of
a new born child at the home of Mr,
and Mrs. Will rainier. Here's our
lest wishes, Will.
The missionary meeting of the Pre6
byterian church will be held next
week Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
Frank W. Andreae.
A. E. Jackson and Will McMahonof
Capac, made the Expositor othce t
friendly call on Wednesday while at
tending the fox chase.
Mrs. W. It. doff of North Branch
and Mrs. Frank Drown of Brown City,
spent the fore part ot this week at the
home of It. it. llaisey.
Fred Leach, who has been working
in Black's Department Store locat d at
l'igeon, Huron county, 6pent Saturday
and Sunday Vith his family in laie.
Grant Holden and Chauncey Kelley
attended the wild life6how at Saginaw
last week. Mr. Kelley has been con
lined to his home this week on account
James Joseph is the name of the son
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Carlers south of Yale, which arrived
Feb. 27. Their many friends offer
J. A. Kapley, of North Dranch, was
here last week assisting his sister Itada
to pack her household goods and get
ready to move and make her home
at North Dranch.
The meeting which was to be held
Friday evening in Y'ale to organize a
1 MCA has been postponed. i ur
ther notice of when it will be held will
be published later.
Parsons, the eye man, will be at the
Paisley Hotel Tuesday, March 7th. If
there is anything wrong with your
eyes it will be advisable to call and
have them examined.
The young people of Drown City
gave a dancing party Monday evening
of this week, lluttons orchestra lur
nished the music. Several of Y'ale
young people attended.
Mrs. C. S. Cochrane entertained the
choir of the Presbyterian church at
her home last week Friday evening.
very enjoyable time was spent by those
present. A light lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Daykin expect
to move into the other side of the
Kapley double house which they are
now occupying. The interior of the
house is receiving repairs this week.
The young people of the West Brock
way church will give a play entitled
"Miss Prim's Kindergarten" on Wed
nesday night, March 8th. Admission
15c to all. Don't forget day' and date
Sunday evening at the Presbyterian
church will be devoted to educational
talks by N. J. Drouyor, ltev. Chas
Dragg. Dev. Waldren Geach, Dev
Dradtield and others. All cordially in
Several stars from Y'ale attended the
county association held at Capac on
Friday last. Much enthusiasm and the
most generous hospitality was evidenc
ed at this meeting. Mrs. L. Doy Fuller
responded to a toast.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson are the happy
parents or a new born child which ar
rived at their home in Alma. Michigan
during the past week. The mother
was Miss lluth Ellis, at one time a res
ident of our city. Her friends here of
H. D. Halsey left a sample of. iron
ore slag at the Expositor oflice the past
week, lie informs us that around
New Haven it is being UBed in build
ing good roads. It is placed on the
roads and crushed in with a roller.
Grave) is used for dressing.
Thos. L. and Chas. W. Handy, of
Day City, were in Y'ale Monday night.
Tuesday they met a committee from
the Dusiness Men's Association of l'ort
Huron and drove to Peck where a spec
tal train was In waiting to take them
over the D , D. C. & W. IVy to Day
Mrs. Charles Montney was called to
Memphis last Saturday to attend the
funeral of her brother, Merritt Sperry,
which was held on Sunday last. The
funeral was held under the direction of
the Masonic lodge of which he was a
member. He was also a civil war vet
eran. The Wolverine Directory Company
has representatives in the city taking
names for the 191G-17 issue of Ihe St.
Clair county directory. Y'ale has al
ways been the banner town of the
county. The book Is published every
live years. Every business concern in
the county should get a copy. ' '
Floyd Ferguson, of Derlin township,
who leased the ice business of bis uncle
expects to move to Yale this week and
as soon as the Thos. Holden house,
corner of Mechanic- and Mary streets is
vacant, will occupy It. Mr. Ferguson
bought this house of Wm. llodgins, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Sly are now occupying
Ttifl I'astoMof tlie Various Churehoi of
IIih IIIhkk Ar Invited to Hand In
( liurcli INnu Kiich Wwk
m. r. CIIUKCII
Class meeting, morning, i:3()
.Sunday School 11:15
Sunday evening, t:30.
Charles Dragg, Pastor.
FItEK MKTJIODIST CIIUKCII
Sabbath school at (1:30 a. m.
Preaching at lO.'M followed by class-
meeting at 11:30.
Preaching at 7K) p. m.
Prayer service Wednesday evening at
7.1X). J. N. Wilson, pastor.
M i : x n x it i : C 1 1 r w j i i
ltegular services every sabbath at the
Sabbath school at 10 jx) a. m.
Preaching service at 11. -(N) a. m. and
7:30 p. ui. F. A. Jones Pastor.
AVOCA M. T. CIIUKCII
There will bo piea;hing in the M. P.
church Sunday morning commencing
at 11: 0 o'clock.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Dev. Vandoreu, Pastor.
METHODIST KFISGOPAL CIIUKCII
Preaching service at 10:00 a. m.
Sabbath school at USX) a. m.
Preaching service :3U p. m.
Mid-week service Thursday evening
at 7 o clock.
Waldren Geach, Pastor
HKST I'KKSl'.YTEKlAX CIIUKCII
Preaching uext Sunday at 10:00 a m
Sabbath school at 11:00 o'clock.
Evening services at ::0.
Dible study Thursday evening.
All cordially invited to attend above
services. Kev. j;. n. uraaneiu, pastor.
Work of County Agriculturist
The last two weeks have been large
ly taken up with Institutes, farmers'
clubs and other meetings. The week
ending February l'Jth was one of the
busiest and most profitable ones in the
history of the Farmers' Federation.
The time was entirely occupied with
institutes and the important feature
was the fact that they were held in Jo
calities that had not been accustomed
to holding meetings of this kind, and
where people had not had an opportun
ity to become acquainted with the work
ot the St. Clair County farmers l ed
eratiou. That the effort was well ap
predated was 6hown by the attendance
and Interest at the meetings and- near
ly every locality expressed a desire for
an institute next year, rsew pedigreed
6eed organizations were formed at
some of the meetings, and everywhere
the farmers were glad to avail them
selves of the opportunity of getting
seed corn, beans and potatoes through
the County Federation. Only a very
limited quantity of these have not been
spoken for, and unless more of them
are secured by the Federation, the sup
ply now on hand will soon be exhausted.
The work of Mr. May6tead, the State
Speaker, who assisted during the week,
was of a high order and, taking every
thing into consideration, it can be said
that these meetings were among the
most successful held in the county this
Last week, like the preceding, was
also a very interesting one. One of the
largest and most successful farmers'
club meetings ever held in the county
was attended at the home 11. J. Vogt
and son of Columbus township. The
treatment of oats for Einut, and bean
and potato diseases were discussed by
the County Agent.
Another event last week that prop
ably surpasses all others in importance
and extent of its influence was the lirst
annual meeting of the St. Clair County
Farmers' Federation in the Federal
Court Doom on Wednesday. This was
attended by a representative gathering
from nearly all parts of the county of
about seventy-five different people, and
some of the growth of the organization
since its formation last June an be
gained by comparing the two meet
incs. On June 3d. when the Federa
tion was organized, not over 'four
community organizations were repre
seated, and last Wednesday all six
of the Farmers' Clubs, four of the
Granges, two Gleaner Arbors, and all
but one or toe tmeen rarmers insti
tutes had delegates present.
Not only bas there been a very en
couraging development during the past
season, but the Federation is only in
its infancy, and there is every indica
tion that it will continue to grow until
its iniluence reaches every citizen of
Another event that should be kept in
mind is a special meeting of the St.
Clair County Cow Testing Association
No. 1 at the oitice of the County Agri
culturist Saturday, March 4tti, at 1:00
o'clock P. M. .The affairs of the As
sociation are progressing very satis
factorily, and the members have shown
Increased interest since their first test
was finished. Mr. Hale has completed
his 11 ret trip and has now started on
the work of the second month.
C. L. Drody, County Agent
Republican Township Caucus
A caucus of the Republican electors
of the Township of Greenwood will be
held in said Township on Thursday,
March 9th, 1910, at 2.1XJ o'clock p. m.,
local time, for the purpose of placing
in nomination the following ollicers:
one supervisor, one clerk, one treasurer,
one commissioner of highways, one
overseer of highways, one justice of
the peace (full term), one member
board of review for two years and four
Dated February 2rt, 1910.
Dy Order of Twp. Committee
Jake Miller was playing with edged
tools one day this week and is now
nursing a very sore hand.
The "True Dlue" class of the Pres
byterian church were entertained last
Saturday afternoon by Ethyle Ulrich.
Don McDuff, who is taking a course
of study in Warner's School of Phar
macy, at Sandusky, visited relatives
and friends in Y'ale Sunday.
The railroad committee is busy this
week framing up the franchise for the
Detroit, Armada & Northern D'y. It
is expected they will soon begin work
securing bonuses and rights of way.
Expositor liners pay, try one. N
If You Buy Your Spring
Suit Just As You Do
If you buy with the same demand for a
value equivalent for your money you'll
come here and examine the Kuppenheimer
Clothes we are showing. We've spent
months in the selection of this wonderful
stock; we've chosen the finest fabrics made
in all the newest weaves, patterns and color
effects; had them tailored into garments
that are the greatest values you've ver
had to choose from.
$18 to $20 & Kampus Klothes $12.50 to $18
Clothes for the Young Men
Realizing the importance of clothes for the young
man, we have assembled a special assortment
of Spring Suits in Styles of a sufficient number
to enable the most discriminating to select one
of his liking at $18.00 to $25.00. '
GOOD CLOTHES DEALER
Under the covering and upholstering of this Casket is a perfect
armor plate protection for the dead.
Strongest and most durable of all Caskets.
Armor plate steel double coated with pure lead.
Tested strength 60,000 pounds per square inch.
No glued joints to soak loose in wet ground.
Will not swell and burst open like wood.
Perfect sanitary condition in case of removal.
We invite your inspection.
Cost no more than wooden Caskets.
Furnished only by
DAVIS & SON '
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UAHMAIXS in 'building material,
sheathing, joists, timber of every
description. Apply to JJert Drown,
Yale, or phone 1-7. 52-
OUT OF THE RACE.
When one wakes with stiff baok,
pains in muscles, aches In joints or
rheumatic twinges, he cannot do his
best. If you feel out of the race, tired,
lanquid, or have any symptoms of kid
ney trouble, act promptly. Foley Kid
ney Tills help the kidneys get rid of
poisonous waste matter that causes the
trouble. II. T. llennessy. , adv
Subscribe for the Expositor.
I am in the market Tor poultry of all
kinds and will pay the highest market
prices for same. Dring in your poultry
Wednesday of each week. Inquire at
residence, opposite feed barn, ale.
35- Henry 1. Ohraer.
Changeable Weather Brings Sickness
The changeable weather of March
causes cough, colds, croup and grippe.
There is no such thing as a "light
cold" none that a person can safely
neglect. Foley's Honey and Tar is a
safe and reliable family medicine that
heals inilamed, congested air passages,
stops coughs and eases breathicg. II.
T. llennessy. adv
CORKUGATKD CUtVFHTS, all
.lengths made to order on short no
' tice. Will sell any length culvert al
6c per foot cheaper than any make
shipped in. Chas. Hounds. 2-
Owing to the confusion in the names
of two Doctor Frazers on Military
Dr. It. C. Frazer, ppecialist on Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat diseases wishes
to announce his otlice on the ground
floor of the Yokom llldg., opposite the
Harrington Hotel, 1011 Military street.
Port Huron, Mich.
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