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-next week Thursday
early in the A, M
climb out of bed with the sun-hustle through pancakes and
coffee as fast as you know how-haul out the flivver-set her
down on the road where the little sign says: "To Port Huron"
and make tracks to the biggest Bargain Feast you ever
did partake of r
p A. roj
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sday, Octc 14th
And if you're not blessed with a horseless bus, then hitch up that fast team-or jump on
the trolley 6r the G. T. or the P. l.why I-it's going to be worth while to come F. O. B.
we mean V. I. A.--the foot path just for the pure joy of being one of the happy, friendly
Dollar Day crowd ! To say nothing ot the ten times bigger attraction: a thousand and one
Dollar Day merchandise offerings that will put good, round dollars BACK in your pocket
the while you fill your fall and winter needs !
And here's a thought to roll over and over in your mind until it shines as brightly and
looks as big as a Dollar Day Dolfctr: Port Huron Dollar Day is YOUR dollar day! It is a
great, big co-operative movement carried on by scores of progressive stores in all lines of
trade-by merchants who KNOW that Port Huron is the place for YOU to shop-that you
can find here MERCHANDISE and ASSORTMENTS and VALUES-EVERY day of the
year-which are not bettered ANYWHERE !
So Dollar Day is planned to acquaint you with all this-to attract you to come and learn
for yourself. And the "ATTRACTING" is done with BARGAINS ! Lucky you !
Now, then-youVe in the market-or vod're going to bc-for toggery of one kind or another
for shoes and rubbers and furniture and hardware and pianos and books and dry goods and
groceries and candy and-let's see. have we forgotten any of them? No matter. Your fall
shopping campaign will cover a multitude of needs and fancies and there'll be a bargain of
fering for EVERY ONE of them on Dollar Day !
Can you beat it ? CAN you MATCH it? When you fully intend to spend a dollar-fifty
for something and you see that something right before your rery eyes tor a DOLLAR-! CAN
YOU AFFORD TO MISS IT?
AH right then. Next week-Thursday-early in the A. M.-climb out of bed with the sun
hustlc through pancakes and coffee as fast as you know now-haul out the flivver-set her
4own on the road where the little sign says: "To Port Huron' '-and make tracks to the big
gest Bargain Feast you ever did partake of ! ,
THE "UNIVERSAL CAV
Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars
now in use, about sixty percent have ' cn sold
to farmers. Probably no other one u'intJ has
brought to the farm so much of comfort and
profit as has the Ford car. It has enlarged
the social life, doubled the facilities for market
ing, brought the town next door to the farm,
multiplied for the farmer the pleasures of living.
A family car without an equal in low cost of
operation and maintenance. We solicit your
order for one now because the demand is large
and continually increasing.
J MSS COC.LEY
f r ! Salrs tk Service
FAST and FREQUENT
Limited cars leave Port Huron,
Eastern Standard Time,
7:18 a. m. and every two hours
to 7:18-p.m., also 5:02 a. m.
Mondays and 10:05 p. m. Sun
days. Limited cars leave Detroit at
8:10 a. m. and every two hours
to 8:10 p. m. Sundays only, 11:00
As the sale season is about to
start, you will want an exper
ienced auctinecr. It is not only
the man who can talk, but the
man who has the judgment and
knows the value of the article he
is selling. Dates can be male at
the Expositor office, or call at my
residence, Mary Street, Yr.le.
GEORGE W. ELSTON
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE
We write Fire, Tornado i A. Irsurance
A Share of YourBus'n ; S'.iicrted.
Dr. J. D. STEVENS
T TIMNARY SPIMSFON, OF.AI UATK
Jih Ontario Y'tr1nury Col er
in- t invfrslty of Ton-mo All calls i vtt or
Uny promptly HitnJi'(l. Phoucs. . 1l"Pt
rsluonc on Kenninc. tnet.
Yala Chapter No. 64, O. t . S.
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Dedicated to the taskof performinc
a necessary service more efficiently,
more handily and more econoin. aMy
than was previously possible, the
Maytag Multi-Motor Washer with
Swinging Kevtn-iblc Wringer ha3
achieved a succcs3 far beyond the early
arpirations of its makers. Today, iou
sands upon thousands of rural and subur
ban homes are happier for its possession.
will it a phasurt to us to
show you the incomparable ad
tantagts of this splendid ma
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