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YALE, St. Clair County. Mich.. THURSDAY, September 20, 1917
Vol. XXXV, No. 25
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Cash in bank meant a lot
to you. It prepares you for
If there's a slump after the
war, ready cash will tide you
If there is a business ex
pansion, a goodly bank account
will find you ready fdr it.
See us today about that ac
count of yours. . We do all
kinds of banking.
It is usually the unexpected that happens. You can never
know when your home may require the services of the fire de
partment. Friends can carry out your furniture, but only you
can save your papers of value. If you keep them in a safe
deposit box in our fire-proof vaults you can know they are
safe, not only from fire, but also from tHeft or loss.
Yale State Bank
Cochrane's once-a-year Red Tag
Sale is on Saturday, Sept. 29th,
and Ends Oct. 13th.
A smooth, rich massage cream that cleanses
and beautifies. It may be rubbed completely in
to the pores of the skin and rubbed out again,
leaving none of the shiny appearance which fol
lows the use of ordinary creams. Exquisitely
dainty and fragrant. A trial will convince you
of its superiority. Put up in two sizes. If not
perfectly satisfied you get your money back.
Mathews & Wight
I - IjYMENEHIi. I
No Man Can Either Lire riously, or Die
Righteously Without a Wife. -lllchter.
Smith Fuller Nuptials.
A very pleasant wedding took place
at the home of Mr. ana Mrs. Wm. .
Smith at high noon on Saturday, Sept.
15th, 1917, when their daughter Evalyn
was united in marriage to Mr. Franklin
Fuller by Eld James S. Wood.
The bride was beautifully attired in
gold silk taffeta and was attended by
Miss lluth Spring who was dressed in
blue silk poplin. The groom was at.
tended by Mr. Allen Smith, brother of
the bride. After the marriage ceremo
ny was performed a delicious dinner
The following guests were present
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fuller and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn, of Croswell,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Easton, of Emmett.
Mr. and Mrs. Shotwell, of Fontlac, Mr.
and Mrs. Sass, of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Smith, of Yale, Mr. and Mrs.
W. 13. Campbell, of Avoca, Mr. and
Mrs. Cyrus Gillam, of Fargo, Mrs. Ly
dia Smith, of Port Huron, Mr. and Mrs.
John Marshall, of Fremont, Mtb. J as.
S. Wood, of Brown City.
The bride received many valuable
and useful presents. The happy couple
left in an appropriately decorated auto
for Detroit and other points. Both
young people are highly respected and
have the best wishes of their many
Married by Hey. lloyt, of the Baptist
church, at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent, in Detroit, on Saturday
afternoon, September 15th, 1917, Maude
L. Otto and Will G. Menerey. Will is
the oldest son of Mrs. 11. H. Menerey,
and is one of Yale's bo?s who is mak
ing good in his profession of civil en
gineer. Congratulations are many and
hearty from his Yale friends on his
Announcement has been made in
Yale this week of the marriage of Miss
Edna M. Hunter, daughter of Noble
Hunter, editor of the Capac Journal,
and Thos. It. Parkinson, of Yale, in
the city of Detroit, May 2fi, 1917. Con-gratulation
From a Former Yaleite
Coronation, Alta, Sept. It, '17
Mr. .1. A. Menzief,
Dear Sir: -please find enclosed V. O.
Mouy Order for $1 5o in payment for
another year's subscription to the Ex
Crop are only fair on Account of
the dry reason, although thoy are bet
ter than we expected. Potatoes are a
pood crop. Hay and grain cutting is
about done, and threshing will start
soon. Smo arc still in their hay, in
fact they cut hay in this country nutil
they have a heavy frost. All wild hay.
I do not farm very heavy. Have 20
head of cattle,, six horses and twelve
sheep, besides pigs and chickens. We
milk cows and sell the cream. The
price of cream at present is 40c.
We do not want to miss a copy of
the Expositor Although there are
many new names since we resided in
Yale, yet It still seems like hearing
from home to get the Yale paper.
A.. A. Tomlin
A pleasant evening wai ppei.t last
Thursday, Sept. 12th, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs llobt. Kettlewelf, in Speak,
er township, when n number of rela
tives and friends assembled to give
Elmer Obborne and bride a good lime
I efore leaving for their home in De
troit. A dainty supper was served and
the bride was the recipient of many
valuable and useful presents from her
Mrs. Osborne will be remembered as
Miss Hazel Kettlewell and Mr. Osborne
is a mechanic In the Ford automobile
plant in Detroit Both are well known
and popular young people of Speaker
township and the best of good wishes
go with them to their new home.
DeLaval Cream Separators
' Any and all persons who have De
Laval cream separators that need over
hauling and repairing there will be an
experienced man here Tuesday and
Wednesday, Oct. 2 and 3, to do such
work at my warerooms. Bring in your
separators and have them put in the
best of order. F. J. Wilt, Yale.
Subscribe for the Expositor.
J The High School Tattler J
Calvin Brown, Editor
The Kindergarten has the ilag this
Arthur Hutchinson is back in the
Kindergarten room after a week's ab
sence. He was helping carry in the
wheat, so he Bays.
The Shuefelt girls are absent from
the fourth grade on account of ton-Bilitis.
Leona McMullen has returned to the
fifth erade after being ill a day and a
Francis Andreae, Harold Winn and
Evelyn Martin are absent from the 6th
grade on account of sickness.
The eighth grade civics class is con
ducting a law suit. John Brown Is
HIGII SCHOOL MOTES
Mr. Drouyor gave an Inspiring talk
to the High School pupils Thursday
morning the first of the year. He
congratulated them upon being in the
High school, saying he believed it to
be the best place for them.
The rhetorical divisions have been
made. Watch for the announcement
of the first program.
The American history class studied
President Wilson's reply to Pope Bene
dicts XV this week.
Bertha Clyne and Muriel Wilt visit
ed High School this week.
Eva Kettlewell has entered High
Miss Smith's Ancient History classes
enjoyed written lessons this week.
This fine weather makes the students
pine to be out of doors.
The students are all admiring the
beautiful windows in the new Metho
The Physics class are studying the
The Chemistry class have commenc
ed laboratory work.
Mr. Sharpe, of Bay City, agent for
the American Book Co., visited school
The assignment giyen in Eoglish X
was as follows: "Supposing you have
all the money you need, write a de
scription of your ideal home."
MY IDEAL HOME
In the north, way up in God's coun
try, where man has not interrupted
nature's ways with snorting engines
and huge, dingy cities; where nothing
breaks the silence but the call of the
bird and beast to their mateB, and the
swish, swish of golden pines as they
are camped by loving breezes; where
the fragrance of spruce aud hemlock
tills the air; thete, with Indian Jim, the
trapper, the deer, the birds, and the
beaver, that built a birch dam across
the silver trout stream, for my neigh
bors, aud all the grtat outdoors for my
ground, stands my ideal home.
It is a cosy bungalow, with a huge
stone porch, and a cement walk lead
ing from it to my canoe in the stream.
The low, red roof forms a strange con
trast to the green back ground; the
green walls peep through the wood
bine creeping oyer them; and, as the
thin, blue smoke curls lazily from the
chimney, 1 deem it indeed a home
Look! Listen 1 Who is Coming?
It's Baldwin's six-piece orchestra,
After having closed a successful season
at Weese Beach where, it is said, even
the fish came out of the drink to listen
to them, I have secured this well known
orchestra for. Thursday evening, Sept,
27, when we will have another of those
good times that makos the old grow
younger and rends the young into
transports of Joy. This is going to be
one of those times like you read about
and say; "Gee! 1 wish I had been
there." Don't miss it. All cordially
invited to attend and all soldiers in un
iform and accepted drafted men ad
mitted free. Bill, including refresh
ments, 81.50. Wm. F. Barr, mgr.
I am In the market for poultry of all
kinds and will pay the highest market
prices for same. Bring In your poultry
on Wednesday of every week. Inquire
at residence, opposite feed barn, Yale.
3&- Henry P. Ohmer.
We are prepared to do oxy-acetylene
welding and solicit any work you may
have to do In this line. Do not throw
away your broken castings, etc., bring
them to our shop and let us weld them
for you. We can save you time and
money. 4- Chas. Barr, Yale
COWS WANTED "Would like to buy
five cows, two due to freshen soon
and the rest later. W. A. Silverthorn,
Hon te 5, phone 36 1L 23. 19-
M. E. Church Notes.
WALDKEN (jKACII, l'ASTOU
Them will be preaching at Central
Hall ntxt Sunday morninix at thr usual
hour. IO.uO o'clock. Sunday school at
11:15. There will be a H&cred concert
in the eveuing at 7 given by th choir.
Hev. Waldren Geach has been return
ed to this charge for another year to
complete the new church. He solicits
the hearty cooperation of every one In
terested in the enterprise. The day set
for the dedication of the new church is
the second Sunday in November. The
tower and windows of the church have
been much admired this week,
Sacred concert In Central Hall, Sun
day evening, Sept. 23, by M. E. choir.
Hymn No. 21 Congregation
Anthem.... "Glory be to God"... Choir
Scripture reading & prayer. Hev. Geach
Duet.... Bethel (by D. Protheroe)
Leta Holden, Donald Mclntyre
Anthem .... On J ordan's Banks . . Choir
Quintette... From Every Stormy Wind
Misses Halman, Holdens, Mrs. Staley
Duet.. The Day is Ended (by Bartlett)
Verna Hallman, Nila Holden
Anthem ...Let there be Light... Choir
Remarks Kev. Geach
Pantomime of Peace
Pauline Fead and Choir
M. P. Church Notes
Kev. F. L. Crandell, Pastor.
"How sweet on a clear Sabbath morn
ing to list to the clear ringing bell."
We trust you will be one who will
accept the call of the Sabbeth morning
Our pastor will preach from the sub
ject, M'I he Secret Place." In the even
ing, "Peter's Shadow" and we can prom
ise the time will be well spent while
listening to these discourses.
The young people of the W. W. class
spent a very pleasant evening at the
home of Lloyd Silverthorn on Thurs
The study of the Lord's prayer was
resumed at the Thursday evening pray
er service. N o books on earth will bear
the amount of studying that our Bible
will, and yet how little time we spend
on it. Let us study our scriptures daily,
A number of the ladies of the Aid
Society contrived a real surprise for
Mrs. Green at the home of Mrs. C. Barr
on Monday evening. - We are Borry to
lose Mrs. Green from our society but
the best of good wishes go with her to
her new home in Capac.
J. II. Hheinganp, Pastor
Daniel purposed In bis heart not to
defile himself with the king's dainties
and luxuries. Sunday without goinc
to church is one of these luxuries.
Sunday afternoons will mean more if
yon attend church in the evening.
Services at 10 o'clock a. m. and 7 p.
m., standard time.
Don't forget Sunday school. Come
at 11 o'clock.
The pastor is attending Presbytery
at Akron this week.
MECHANIC ST. CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday, September 23
Morning service, 10:30. Subject, "The
Solid Bock." This will be a chart ser
mon to prove the divinity of Christ to
be the hope of the world.
Sunday school, 1 1 :30. Let each teach
er and scholar be present.
The minister will preach in the BI-.
dleman school house in the afternoon
at 2:30 and the Melvin Baptist church
in the evening at 7:30. Subject, "Did
the Rich Man go to Hell."
All are invited to these services.
Eldred Charles, Minister.
J. A. Avkry.-Pastou
Miss Annabel, Assietant.
The cervices of this church are held
in the Brick Chapel.
There is prayer meeting every Friday
evening at 7:30. These meetings are
well attended and spiritual.
The Sunday services begin with Sun
day school at 1:30 p. m. Preaching 2:30
followed by a praise meeting. Song
service and testimony meeting at 720;
preaching at 8.-00.
All are welcome to these meetings.
Free Methodist Church Notes
J. A. Kelly, Pastor
Sunday school 10 o'clock a. m.
Class meeting at 11 o'clock.
Preaching service, 7:30 p. rh.
The public is cordially Invited to
LOST Somewhere In Yale on Wednes
day, Sept. 1H, a bill book containing
a small sum of money. Finder will
be rewarded by returning tame to
Boy Phillips, Yale. . 25-2
The business man has confidence in the boy or other employee
with a bank account. He knows that any one who can save for
himself can save for him, and that money saved stands for
It does not mean how much you have saved, but the fact that
you have shown a determination to do a certain thing; that a sav
ings bank book is in Itself a good recommendation.
You can have this kind of a recommendation by coming to the
First National Bank and opening an account. One dollar will do
to start and you can add more whenever you have it.
4 Interest Paid on Savings
Xhe Bank That Says "Thank You. "
Member of the Federal Reserve System
Everything in Groceries
Fresh, clean and at reasonable prices
I have a fresh supply of Peannt butter, per lb '. 20c
Raisins, per package.. . 12c
Entire Wheat Flour per 6ack ' v. i .... 35c
Strictly Spring Wheat Flour per sack $j.83 to Sl.iMJ
Fall Wheat Flour, per sack $1.50 and $1.55
(Also the reliable Yale Pride.) A blend Flour that is a good
one, that shines as a Fleur for both bread and pastry. Forty
per cent spring wheat. Try these Hours.
Henkle's Pancake, Corn Meal, Pastry and Graham Flour
Creamery Butter always on Hand.
Highest Price for No. 1 Butter and Eggs.
Storo Open Evenings City Delivery
Call, phone or send the children. Courteous treatment.
1 want lo pause you if I can.
Phone31. J. A. J ONES.
Yale, -:- Mich.
With a complete and up-to-date
line of Jewelry moderately priced,
and of quality unexcelled, ire can
furnish anything desired to the ut
most satisfaction of the purchaser.
We do expert Watch or Clock
Goods Engraved Free.
tSSrWo SPECIALIZE in GUOCEIUES OF QUALITY.
.Gold Medal Flour.
In a short time we will have part of a car load of Cold Medal .
Flour. Will sell from the car as soon as it arrives for
$12.50 per barrel, spot cash
If you wish to get in on this, leave order at my store.
Pints, per doz 63c
Quarts, per doz 75c
Two Quarts, per dor. 80c
Rubbers, 3 doz .' 23c
Caps, per doz. , 30c
Economy Covers, per doz 20c
Store Open Evenings.
Phone 49 - Prompt Delivery - Yale
51 n 5!Pa?
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