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Why Swift & Company Handle
Poultry, Eggs, Butter and Cheese
Swift & Company went into the pro
duce business, because they saw a
crying need for the kind of service they
were equipped to perform.
The produce business was in chaos.
Collecting:, transportation, preparation
and distribution was hit or miss,
with delay, deterioration and loss on
The farmer was at the mercy of an
uncertain, localized market He had
no way of reaching through to the
people who needed what . he was
raising for them. There was no prem
ium upon improving his etocks, for
grading was lax or lacking.
The consumer had to accept produce
that, as a rule, had no known respon
sible name behind it. He had no way
of knowing how long the eggs or the
butter he was buying had teen lyinfj
around in miscellaneous lots in the back
room of a country store. Much of the
poultry was not properly refrigerated
before shipment or properly protected
by refrigeration in transit.
Swift & Company's initiative brought
system to this chaos. Their organiza
tion, equipment,- and experience in
handling perishable food products were
already adjusted to the task. Their
refrigerator cars, branch houses, cen
tral points, far-reaching connections,
trained sales force, supplied just what
Now the farmer has a daily cash
market in touch with the nation's
needs with better prices. , Standardi
zation makes better produce more
profitable. More consumers are served
with better, fresher, finer foodstuffs.
Nothing suffers from this save
inefficiency, which has no claim upon
Swift & Company, .U.S. A,
Troublesome Wight Coughs-
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cough, and a constant dry nervous
hacking, very easily and pleasantly
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of our coug! and broke our rold." Tnly your
friend. Jae. I Ul wards, 20H Harriett SU, Uci
lairc, Montgomery, Alabamu.
Rev. J, A. Avery, Pastor
The regular meetings in the Brick
Chapel for this Sunday are Sunday
school at 2:00 o'clock p. m , pleaching
After due consideration we will start
a special meeting at 7:30 p. m. to con
tinue for. a few weeks. All are cor
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M. P. Church Notes
F. L. Crandall. Pastor
We were glad to, see our former pas
tor, Bev. Saxby, back in Vale again,
though regretting very much the sad
circumstances which was the meana of
bringing him here. Our sympathy goes
out to Brother and Sister Welch. We
cannot understand 'why u young life bo
full of promise as Mildred's should be
taken from us, ytt we know that all
who came in contact with her during
her brief life were the better for her
Next Sabbath moruiug our pastor's
subject will be "The Gospel of the Sec
ond Mile" Evening theme, "Last
Witnesses at the Judgment."
Every member of the church Is ex
pected to be present at the monthly
business meeting on Monday evening.
Our next communion service will be
Sunday, March 9th, with quarterly
conference on the 10th of the month
We expect Rev. Uescott, president of
our conference to be in charge.
The L. A. S. were entertained at the
home of Mrs. Weymouth Thursday.
The young people of the Christian
Endeavor are well pleased with the
proceeds of their pie social.
Mechanic Street Church of Christ
Leland L. Marion, Minister
Harry Beals, Bible School Supt.
Everybody wants to be happy. Hap
piness and the go-to-church habit go
together- Go to church on Sundays
and the month will be pleasanter. If
you choose to attend the Church of
Christ, you are assured a hearty wel
come. Lord's day morning next at 10:30 the
minister will speak on the subject "The
Church'B Obligation and Opportunity."
If men had understanding of the times,
saw their opportunites, rose to the oc
casion in the spirit of Christ, they
would make the world feel that Christ
ians are the salt of the earth. Come
out to this service and enjoy the mes
Fae of the hour.
Communion follows the morning ad
dress. Bible school at 11:30. Wanted ! Boys
and girls in the Bible school. We have
a chair for the little ones.
Bible study at the home of Mrs. Lun
dy Thursday evening, March 6 at 7:30.
Come and bring your Bible.
If all Is well and the Lord willing, we
are going to have a great revival meet
ing, starting the middle of March. We
ask and pray for your co-operation in
CnUKCH OF C1IKIST FARGO
Bible School at 10:00. Arthur Hew
Prayer service and communion at
11.-00. In the evening at 7:30 the min
ister will speak on a live subject. Come
out and hear this message; it will do
Methodist Episcopal Church
C. M. Mekrill, Pastor.
M.B. Herbert, Supt. of S. S.
Mrs. Drouyor, Pres. of Ladies' Aid
"More things have been wrought by
prayer than this world dreams of."
Methodist people are enrolling in a
"League of Intercession." Opportuni
ty will be given next Sunday.
In the evening the request of the
State Board of Health will be heeded.
An address given on Public Health.
Missionary Sunday the first Sunday
of each month at Sunday school. The
girls of Mrs. Herbert's class will assist
in the program. Our aim is "A penny
a week" or a "nickle a month" from the
Sunday school to make the world safe
The Sunday school board will meet
at Mrs. John Holden's next Monday
night. A talk on "The Art of Teach
ing" by Prof. Drouyor.
Mrs. J.E. Staley will entertain the
Ladies' Aid next Wednesday.
The pastor is "at home" with rheu
matism for a few days.
Alfred Martin, Minister.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Morning worship at 10:30. Subject,
"The Lord's Prophets."
Sunday school 11:30 a. m. Mrs. L. It.
Evening worship at 7.O0. Subject
"A Man's Capital."
Music by the young people's choir.
Mid week service Thursday at 7.
We cordially welcome you to our
Father's house. Here you find instruc
tion, inspiration, kindness, a tonic for
the inner life.
Kindly bring in your questions Sun
day for the "question box service" on
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Kelley, Pastor.
The Young People's Missionary Band
will meet next Tuesday evening at the
home of George Graham. We look for
a good turnout as we have not met for
some time on account of the special
The special meetings closed with a
good Interest; much good done.
Sabbath school at 10. O0.
Sunday morning service led by Mrs.
C. E. Caswell at 11.O0.
Sermon in evening by pastor at 7:30.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
' Early-delivery Oiscoue
On Mogul and
To assist in providing places for our boys in khaki who arc
now coming back, many of whom left the tractor factories to
join tho ranks, it will bo necessary to bring about an immediate
increase in tractor production. Tho tractors will bo needed,
but beforo wo can handle any greatly incroasod number of them
wo must move forward to the farms some thousands that have
been ordered for delivery at various dates up to May 1st.
By taking advantage of this Early Delivery Discount, you
will not only be helping yourself, but will enablo us more easily
to put back to work our army of returning boys without break
ing up our present organization. You will find that you need
a few weeks to get acquainted with your new tractor. Tho man
who gets his tractor early can becomo familiar with it, so that
when the first day of good plowing weather dawns, ho will bo
able to get into tho field without a moment's lost timo.
International Harvester Company
In This County These
The undersigned, having decided to
quit farming, will offer for sale by pub
lic auction at the premises 1 mile north
and 2?4 miles east of Yale, 3 miles
south and mile west of Boseburg, or
5 miles north and miles east of Old
Brnckway on Tuesdar, March 4, beginn
ing at one o'clock p. m., sharp, all of his
farm live stock, agricultural implp
ments, etc. Usual terms. G. . Bell,
auctioneer. Bethel West, Prop.
The undersigned, having bought the
Qeo. W. Gardner woodworking business
will offer for sale by public auction to
the highest bidder at the premises, 2
miles north and 6 miles east of Yale,
on Wednesday, March 5th, all of his
farm live stock, agricultural imple
ments, etc. Sale to begin at 1 o'clock
p. m, sharp. Usual terms. G.W.Bell,
auctioneer. Albert Main, Prop.
Notice to Coal Users.
Owing to the mild weather and hav
ing a Rurnlua of soft coal on handl will
raII Ram pi for SfiOO a ton until further
notice. Chris. M. Wurzel, Fargo. 48-2
Please Call and Settle.
There are a number of accounts out
standing on the books of my late hus
band that 1 would like to have squared
up as soon as possible. Those who are
indebted will confer a favor by calling
at my home in Yale and settle same.
47-2 Mrs. Geo. W. Gardner.
FAST and FREQUENT
Limited cars leave Port Huron,
Eastern Standard Time,
. 7:30 a. m. and every two hours to
7:30 p. ra., also 6:10 a, m. Mondays
and 10 p. m. Sunday.
Limited cars leave Detroit,
8:16 a.m. and every two hours to
2:16 p. m. Sumdays only 11 p. m.
Farmers, Please Note
Our Early Delivery Discount Plan
If you will tako delivery of a Mogul or Titan Tractor now wo will
roward your co-oporation as follows: To those who will accept deliv
ery of a Mogul or Titan 10-20 on or beforo March 8th we will givo an
Early Delivery Discount of 5 per cent from the prico of the tractor.
(This amounts to ?G1.25 in tho caso of the Titan 10-20 and $50. 25 on the
Mogul 10-20.) After March 8th the following discounts will be given:
For delivery during week of March 10 to March 15, Inclusive 4 per cent'
For delivery during week of March 17 to March 22, inclusive 3 per cent
For delivery during week of March 24 to March 29, inclusive 2 per cent
For delivery during week of March 31 to April 5, inclusive 1 per cent
Tractors are Sold By
Default ti.ivliivc beeH made tu the conditions
of a certain inortKace made by FrauK Garner
and Alta Uarner, hi wlie, to Jacob Kuhlnian,
UdU'd tiie l.'tU day of dun, l'jl2, and recorded
In the oir.ee ot tue IteKitUerot Dwedi for the
county ot m. Clair and Mate of Michigan on the
2Sth day ot June, VJ12- in liber IZi ot mortgage!
on page U, on which mortgage there U claimed
to be uue at the date 01 thin notice the turn of
Seven Hundred aud Seventy-live ($775.00) Dol
lar and an attorney lee of Ml teen 115.00) Dol
lar provided tor in said mortgage, aud uo uuit
or proceeding at law having been Instituted to
recover the moneys ttecureU by said mortgage
or any part thereot.
Mow, therefore, by virtue of the power of sale
contained in said mortKave aud the statute In
such case niaue and provided, notice is hereby
given that on Friday, the 9th day of May, lwiw,
at ten do) o'clock lu the forenoon 1 shall tore
close said mortgage and sell at i'ubllu Auction
to the highest bidder at the front door of the
Court House In the city of Port Uuron (that be
ing the place where the Chcult Court for the
said county of St. Clair Is held the premises de
scribed In said mortgage or so much thereof as
may be necessary to pay the amount due on
said mortgage, with Interest at six percent aud
all legal costs together with an attorney lee of
1' lileeu uii.uo) as covenanted for therein, the
premises being described In said mortage as
tollows, to-wit: Lot Eight (n) itlock Thlrty-nln
of flat ot Fort Gratiot Military Ueservatlou
ot a part of the city of Fort Huron, Michigan.
Haled, January 2, UVJ.
JAi'Ult KLHLMAN, Mortgagee
SlllKLIiY STKWAK1, Att'y for Mortgagee,
Fort Huron, Michigan 4.W3
State of Michigan, The 1'robate Court for
the County of St. Clair.
At a session of said court, held at the Probate
Ottlce in the City of Fort Huron, In said County,
on the 4th day of February, A. I). 1919.
Freseut, Hon. Hugh II. Hart, Judge of Probate.
In the matter of the Fstate of Fllcn A. Ten
On reading and tiling the petition, duly veri
fied, of Edward F. Fead, executor, praying
that he may bo authorized and licensed to
sell certain real estate lelouglng to the estate
of the said Ellen A. Tenuis wood, deceased.
It Is ordered, that Monday, the 10th day of
March next, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, at
said Frobate Oillce, be appointed for hearing
said petition, and that all persons Interested In
said estate appear before said Court, at said
time and place, to show cause wbv a license
should not be granted to said Edward V.
Fcad, executor to sell real estate as prayed for
In said tM'tltion.
And It Is further orderrd, that a copy of this
oriftr be published three successive weeks prev
ious to s ild day of hearing, In the Yale Expositor,
a newspaper printed and circulating In said
County of St. Clair.
(Atruecony) HUGH II. II AKT.
GEO. 1 ltUOWN. Judge of Frobate
Frobate Heglster 454
1 state of Michigan, In the Frobate Court for
the County of St. Clair.
At a session of said Court held at the Frobate
Odlce. in the City of Fort Huron, In said County,
on the isth day of February, A. I. 1919
Freseut, Hon. Hugh II. Hart. Judge of Tronate.
- In the Matter of the Estate otJobn Uolden,
Aeneg K. Holdon and Fred da L. Uolden, hav
ing filed with this Court their final administra
tion account as administratrices of said estate,
together with a petition praying that the said
account be allowed, the administratrices dis
charged, the estate closed, the heirs determined
and the residue of the said estate assigned to
the persons entitled thereto.
It Is Ordered, That Monday, the 2lth day of
March next, at 9:00 o'clock In the forenoon,
at said Frobate Office, be appointed for bearing
And It Is further ordered that a copy of this or
der be published three successive weeks previous
to said day of hearing, In the Yale Expositor a
newspaper printed and circulating in sa!4
County of St. Clair.
(Atruecopy.) HUGH H. HART,
GEO. E. IIUOWN, Judge of Frobate
Frobate Heglster 47-4
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Many of you remember the difficulties connected with April
shipments of tractors in past year. Do the bct wo could, c
have never been able to supply the demand or make all deliver
ies as orjlored. Tho need of Tractors for Spring work comes at
just tho period in tho yenr when gn at quantities of all kinds 1
Spring tools and implements are being rushed forward. 'Inn
tors cannot bo moved as r adily as implements. Their feiz is
against quick movement, and there is always more or less delay
m securing flat cars. Railroad congestion must also be given
This discount will go a long ways toward . paying the fuel
bills of your tractor during this season.
That in itself is a very good reason for takmg early delivery.
Go to your dealer and tell him that you will accept immediuto
delivery of your Mogul 10-20 h. p. tractor, so he can mako up
his rarload shipments without delay.
U. S. A.
C. H. Kimball & Son, Port Huron; James P. Coglev, Yale:
The undersigned, havinr quit farming and purchased the Geo. W. GardLtr
wood work shop in Yale, will offer for sale by public auction at the premiees -
2 miles north and 6 miles east of Yale, on
Wednesday, March 5th, 19
Commencing at one o'clock p. m. sharp, the following personal property:
Brown gelding, 11 yrB. old
borrei mare, 7 yrs. old
JSrown mare, 5 yrs. old
lied cow, 9 yrs. old, due Mar. 11
Jersey cow, 6 yrs. old, calf by sidw
Jersey cow, 6 yrs. old, due Mar. 12
Columbus wagon Disc
Wide tire wagon Wiard plow
Light spring wagon 1-horse plow
Set spring-tooth harrows
Everything will be
TEUMS OF SALE Sums of 85 and under, cash. Over that anjount 12
months' credit will be given on furnishing good, approved, endorsed notea
bearing interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum.
GEO. VV. BELL, Auctioneer
The undersigned, having decided to quit farming, will offer for sale by public
auction to the highest bidder at the premises 3 miles south and mile
west of Kosebiirg, 5 miles north and 1)4 east of Old Brockway,
I mile north and 21 miles east of Yale, on
Tuesday ,. March 4th, 1919
Commencing at one o'clock p. m.' sharp, the following described property:
Bay mare, 8 yrs. old. wt. 1300
Brown mare, 7 yrs. old, wt. 1250
lld Durham cow, 5 yrs., due April 11
Bed cow, part Durham, part Jersey,
5 yrs. old, due March 27
Bed heifer, Jersey and Durham, 3 yrs.
old, due In March 6 yearlings
Bed Durham heifer, 2 yrs. old
Bed Durham heifer, yearling
Chester White brood sow due April 5
International farm truck wagon
Set double harness Set bob sleighs
TEBMS OF SALE Sums of $3 00 and under, cash. Over that amount 12
months' time will be given on furnishing good approved, endorsed notes bear
ing interest at the rate of 7 per cent per annum.
GEO. W. BELL, Auctioneer
G. A. Brinkman, Goodells.
Set peg-tooth Ij-trrows
et double harness
Set biugle harness
Set bob sleighs
2-horsepower gaeoline engine
Cutting Lox Corn sheller
Gravel box Stone boat
Hay fork, rope & pulleys Wheelbarrow
And many other articles
sold without reserve.
Set spring-tooth harrows
Steel irame grindstone
Steel water tank, new Spring eeat, nw
One-horse cultivator, new
1G0 ft. hay rope, nearly new
Hay fork l'ulley blocks
Set rope slings, nearly new
DeLaval Cream Separator, No. 12, new
Hard coal burner Some stove wood
A few articles of household goods
A piece of standing timber for wood
A quantity of potatoes