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Camele mr mold every
where in eaien titlcally aealed
packagee of 20 cigarettes or
in a glaaaina-paper-covared
carton. We at rongly recom
mend thia carton for the
homo or office aupply or
whan you travel.
R. J. R7noUa Tobacco Co
WinttOD-Salom, N. C
CAMELS are in a class by themselves easily the
most refreshing, the most likable cigarette you
ever smoked. You can prove that 1 Simply compare
Camels puIF-by-puff with any cigarette in the world at
any price 1 Put quality, flavor and clgarottq satis
faction to the utmost test!
Made to meet your tar.ta, Camel9 never tire it, no matter how
liberally you smoke them I The expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so full
bodied, yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-mild. Every
time you light one you get new and keener enjoyment I
Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any
unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they ar
In fact, Camel3 appeal to the most fastidious smoker in ao
many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupon,
premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality
I r$fe 3 ,
R. F. Wellwood, of Marlette, eel
ebrated his ninetieth birthday re
cently. Nursing classes are being or
ganized in various parts of St.
The Henderson Stock Company
pleased the people of Brown
City all last week with seven good
Thomas Proctor for many years
a resident of Armada township,
died last week at the advanced
age of 88 years.
Mail service on the Pere Mar
quette running into Sandusky will
now be resumed after a suspen
sion of over a year. Sandusky
people are glad to have the' ser
vice once more. .
Mrs. JnVin Anton and HAiicrhtpr
residents of Sandusky until with-the firm-
in a few years ago, when the
fariiily moved to Detroit, were
both instantly killed last Saturday
while riding in an automobile
which was struck by a street car.
Mr. Anton was in Sanilac coun
ty working on his farm at the
time of the accident.
Be sure and read the auction
sale ads in this week's paper. We
are using the new, up-to-date way
this year for auction sales, and be
lieve our patrons will find it away
ahead of the old plan. If you are
figuring on a sale this season,
come and see us. We can make
arrangements a to date and auc
tioneer. Leonhard & Teal, who have
been in the mercantile business at
Peck for thirty years or more,
sold their entire stock of goods to
a Sales Co. These two ,j2itlemcn
have nothing in view for the fu
ture, but will spend the next
month or so collecting in accounts
and winding up the business of
Two things you should do
read all the ads, and trade in
Report of the condition of tiik
YALE STATE BANK
At YALE, MICHIGAN, at the close of business Sept. 12th, 1919, as called for
by the Commissioner of the Banking Department:
Loans and Discounts-
Secured by collateral $ 71.041 00 $13,261 00
Unsecured 195.004 11
Items in transit 6,54158
Total I ..$272,586 69 $13,261 00 $285,847 69
Bonds, Mortages and Securities
Real Estate Mortgages $ . $ 98,978 25
Municipal Bonds in office 11,700 00
U. S. Bonds and Certificates of
Indebtedness Pledged 6,237 00
Total 7. 115,915 25 $115,915 25
Due from banks in reserve cities.. $ 37,715 50 $48,908 19
Currency 22,514 00 2,600 00
Gold coin 6,600 00
Silver coin .' 574 60
N ickles and cents 149 56
Total ..$ 60,953 66 $56,908 19 $117,861 75
Combined Accounts, viz:
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Outside Checks and cash items ....
Capital Stock $
Undivided Profits, net
Commercial Deposits, viz:
Commercial Deposits. sub. to check.... 100,895 50
Time Certificates of Deposit 190,862 00
Total ...$291,757 60
$ 30,000 00
Bavlags Deposits, viz.:
Book acc't, subject to savings by-laws. .$179,757 47
Cert, of Dep., " 4.606 12
Total $184,453 69 184,463 69
State of Michigan, County of St. Clair Vis.
wear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief
and correctly represents the true state of the several matters thsrcfn contained,
as sMwn by the books ortneoanK. william u. litAUMUiM, cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of Sept, 1919.
George W. Elston, Notary Public,
My Commission Expires Dec. 9, 1922
Correct-AtUtt McColl )
Alex Pollock Directors
Out R. Beard )
Wednesday Evening, Sept. 24th
COOK'S FLINT ORCHESTRA
Thursday Evening, Sept. 25th
Friday Evening, Sept. 26th
STONE'S DETROIT ORCHESTRA
Five Pieces and Singer
Jas. A. Mkn.iks, IHiblisher.
Entered In trie Pobt-OlUco at l alt us
Second Class Mail Matter.
One Year 9i.w
Six Months 75c
THURSDAY, September 18, 1919
The pastor is attending the an
nual conference session at Owosso
There will be no services next
Sunday either morning or evening
but Sunday school will be held
at the usual hour, 11:45. All the
Sunday school scholars please
We are glad to welcome our fine
choir. The music both morning
and evening is very inspiring. On
the evening of Sept. 23 the choir
will give a service of song.
Mr. Merrill wishes to thank the
ladies for the purse which made
possible the trip to Mackinaw to
Rev. C. M. Merrill, Pastor.
Services at the usual hour next
I Sunday. In the morning our pas
tor will preach from the text
Amos 3 :3 "Can two walk together
except they agreed?" Evening
subiect "Social Teaching of
The popular question just now
seems to be : "Are you taking the
Methodist Recorder?" This is one
of the best church papers pub
hshed and should be in every
ihome. Subscriptions may be
handed to the pastor at any time.
The second payment of money
subscribed to the million dollar
campaign is now due. Please
hand to your Secretary as soon as
Members of the Church were
much pleased to see Rev. Crandell
at our business meeting on Mon
The L. A. S. were entertained
at the home of Mrs. G. Green on
Thursday, Mrs. Charles Barr as
sisted in serving.
D. Ryan, Pastor.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Cornel We request a full at
tendance at the services - next
Lord's Day. In view of the sea
son's separations, this day will
be one of pleasant re-union , as
well as of helpful spiritual privi
lege. We hope you will attend.
Preaching at 10:30. Subject
The Lord's Supper at 11:20.?
Bible school at 11:30. We
have a class for you.
Evening service at 7:30. Notice
the change of time. Subject
"The History of Judas."
Bible Study and Prayer Service
on Thursday evening at 7:30.
Make this your church home.
Leland M. Marion, Pastor
OEPOUT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank of Yale
sept l.'tn. w.jw made tome comptroller oi
Loan and discounts
Orerdralts secured and unse
U.H. bonds to pec u re circulation
Liberty 1-oan bonds
U. 8. Cert. of Indebtedness
Other bonds to secure pos
Federal Keserva Bank stock.
Bankins; Uouseurnlture end
Other real estate
Due from Federal reserve
banks $ 24.3M 70
Due from banks & bankers 27,28o 17
Cash and exchange ao.sil
Redemption fund with U. S.
Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits less expen
ses and taxes paid
National bank notes out
standing Individual deposits subject to
check $ 107,23 07
Dividends unpaid 125 00
Time certificates of deposit.. 23,949 M
Havings leposlis 147.2S6 2V
I'ostal Savings deposit t2Q SO 495,367 14
State of MicmoAw.i..
County of St. Clair. I
I, K. F. Fead, cannier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment Is true to Uie best of mv knowledge and
belief. K. F. FEAD. Cash er.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th
day of Spt. iviv. J. 11. Weymouth.
(My ooui. exp. June 12, ivij) -Notary Fubllc.
W. F. Kuh
W.V.Andrea V Directors.
Pi. li. Herbert
Morning worship at 10:30. Sub
ject: "The Goodness of God."
Harvest Festival service.
Sunday school at 11:45. Mrs
L. Boy Fuller, superintendent.
Evening worship, 8:00. Subject
"Science and Man."
Mid-week service Thursday at 8
You are cordially welcome.
Alfred Martin, Minister
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Services wil be held as usual on
Sunday, and commencing Wednes
day evening, Rev. Hines of Idaho
will commence a series of evan
7.000 00 I trelistie mpptino-n in iMs rhnrrh.
Q .ism on
Am in the market for poultry of all
kinds and will pay highest market
3rices for same. Will bur every day
Lf you baye any to sell let me know
ana l will can.
PROFIT BY THIS
Houses For Sale.
One 8 room house on Mam-st., Yale,
lot 35 ft frontage. One house and two
lots located on north Maln-st. For full
particulars and price call on Daniel
f eriruson. laie. iv-v
Bring On Your Junk
I will pay 915.00 a ton for old Iron; lc
a pound for rags; oc a pound for rub
ber boots ana rubber snoes.
22-CG ' John Sexton, Yale
Don't Waste Anotl.cr Day
When you are worried by backache
iy lameness and urinary disorders-
Don t worry with an untried inedl
Do as thousands of people are doing,
Use Doan.s Kidney nils.
iteaa tnis Manette residents ex
Mrs. Jou hnerman. w. Marlette st
Marlette, Mich., says: "About fifteen
years ago I was suffering with inflam
mation or the bladder ana kidneys
had been down in bed with this trouble
My kidneys acted Irregularly and I felt
sick all over. My head ached all the
time and I never felt so wretched
all my life. Nothing did me any good
until I used Doan's Jvldnay mis. They
brought relief from the first and I soon
Improved in every way. I felt like
different person and have had but little
trouble with my kidneys since.
rrlce cue. at all dealers. Don t sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney I'llls the same that
Mrs. Sherman bad. Foster-Milburn
I Co., Mfgrs., JJuffalo, N. Y.
On account of ill heaththl e un
dersigned has decided to give up
farming and will sell by rublic
auction at the premises known as
the Carney farm, V2 mile west of
Old lirockway, on Thursday,
Sept. 25, 191U, all of hia farm live
tock, implements, 'otC Usual
terms, bee adv. in this paper.
Sale to begin at one o'clock p. m.
harp, u .w. rsell, auctioneer.
Mike Carney, Prop.
Having given up farming I will
sell by public auction at the
premises known as the Waterman
farm, u miles south of Croswell,
or z mnes west or Amadore, on
Tuesday, Sept. 23, all of my farm
live stock, implements, etc. Sale
at one o'clock. Usual terms.
Jas. Turnbull, Auctioneer.
Ambrose Kroetsch, l'roq.
Having sold his farm the un
dersigncd will sel at public auc
tion 2 miles north and four and
one-half miles east of Yale, or one
mile south and one and one-half
miles east of Roseburg, on Tues
day, Sept. 23, farm live stock, im
plements, etc. Sale at one o'clock
m., sharp. Usual terms. Geo.
W. Bell, auctioneer.
Reuben Bradley, Prop.
The undersigned, having decid
ed to quit farming, will sell by
public auction at the premises
known as the Chris Vogelei farm
six miles east of Yale, on Wednes
day, Sept. 24th, all of his farm
live stock, agricultural imple
ments, some stove wood, etc. Sale
to begin at one o'clock, p. m.
sharp. G. W. Bell, auctioneer.
Herbert Roberts, Prop.
Th6 undersigned . diving sold
his farm and decided to move to
PortPort Huron, will sell at the
premises 3V2 miles south and 14
miles east of Fargo, or 3 miles
east and 1 mile south of Avoca,
on Friday, Sept. 19th, all of his
farm live stock, implements,, etc.
Sale at one o'clock, p. m., sharp.
Usual terms. G. W. Bell, auction
eer. Geo. W. Menzies, Prop.
George Bonney, 4V miles west
of Yale, on Saturday, Sept. 20.
Geo. W. Bell, auctioneer.
W. J. Miller, V mile south of
Yale, opposite Riverside Driving
Park, on Saturday,Sept. 27. G. W.
Mrs. Maynard, 1 mile north and
6 miles east of Yale, or 3V2 miles
west of Blaine, on Friday, Sept.
2Gth. G. W. Bell, auctioneer.
Orland Jurn will hold an auc
tion sale at his place known as
the old Fisher farm, 2Y2 miles
east of Capac, on Monday, Sept.
22, at one o'clock. Wm. Wills, auc
tioneer. James Dorey, having rented his
farm, will sell his farm livestock
and implements at the premises 1
mile east and Vfe mile south of
Melvin on Monday, Sept. 22, at
one o'clock. Usual terms.
G. W. Bell, Auctioneer.
Of Paramount Importance
In selecting a banking connection
is unquestioned safety and this
is amply assured in this Government-supervised
Other vital elements which go to
make a financial institution a real
"banking home" are efficiency,
courtesy, friendly interest and
co-operation these are fixed fea
tures of our policy.
New business is cordially invited.
Interest on Third Liberty Loan
Bonds is due Sept. 15th. Bring
in your coupons and we will cash
..First National Bank..
TAe Dank That Sas "Thank You"
Member of the Federal Reserve System
STATE OF MICHIGAN The
Probate Court for the County of
St. Clair. ' In the matter of the
Estate of Ransom B. Halsey, De
ceased.Notice is hereby given that
four months from the 9th day of
September, A. D., 1919, have
been allowed for creditors to pre
sent their claims against said
deceased to said court for exam
ination and adjustment, and that
all creditors of said deceased
are required to present their
claims to said court, at the pro
bate office in the City of Port
Huron, in said county, on or be
fore the 13th day of January, A.
D. 1920 and that said claims will
be heard by said court on Tues
day, the 13th day of January, A.
D. 1920 at nine o'clock in the fore
noon. Dated September 9th, A.D.
1919. HUGH H. HART, Judge
of Probate. A true copy. Geo. L.
Brown, Register of Probate. 24-4
State of Michigan, The Probate
Court for the County of St. Clair.
At a session of said court held, at
the Probate office in the City ot
Port Huron, in said County on the
11th day of September, A.D. 1919.
Present Hon. Hugh II. Hart,
Judge of Probate. In the matter
of the Estate of Eli Silverthorn,
deceased, Frank Silverthorn hav
ing filed with this court his peti
tion praying that William A. Sil
verthorn or some other suitable
person be appointed administrator
of said estate .It is ordered,
That Monday, the 13th day of
October next at 9:00 o'clock in
the forenoon at said Probate Of
fice be appointed for hearing
thereof; And it is further ordered
that a copy of this order be pub
lished three successive week
previous to said day of hearing in
The Yale Expositor, a newspaper
printed and circulating in said
County of St: Clair. Hugh II.
Hart, Judge of Probate. A true
copy. Geo. L. Brown, Probate
Register. J. B. Weymouth, At
torney for Petitioner. 25-4
'The Reliable More
vou find you have a Dry Goods want price it.
reasonable, buy it.
If it is
There is a scarcity of merchandise and although we are for
tunate in having a large stock of new goods and know positive
ly that many lines cannot be duplicated again this fall.
The price is moderate.
We will sample and price anything for you and guarantee a
lower price cannot be had.
You can buy the highest grade of Dry Goods here with confidence.
The Store That Sells Wooltex
The Ballentine Dry Goods Co.
We Sell McCall Pacterns Port Huron Michigan
And Sell Them at the Right
Prices and the best of Terms
When in need of any of the
Implements or goods listed be
low visit our warerpoms and let
us explain their merits. You are
no doubt in need of something
in our line just at present. We
Brown City, Tuck and Par
ker Plows, Rude, New Idea
and Kemp Twentieth Cen
tury Manure Spreaders.
Hercules and the Nelson
DeLaval and Viking Cream Separators.
Also nearly everything needed on the farm.
Call mill See the HI Oi
Our line of Robes, Blankets, Single and Double
Harness, Horse Collars, Sweat Pads, Etc., is full and
complete. Be sure and look over our stock.
F. J. Wilt,