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Methodists (o Discuss World
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Don't Put Off Another Day Selecting Your Piano
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Of Our Sweeping Annual Sale
(Sale Positively Ends Saturday Evening, Oct, 29)
Only a few short days in which to take advantage of the re
markable savoings and unusual values this great clearance affords.
Greatest, assortment, of course, awaits the early purchaser and the
last few days will find the pick of the instruments sold, so lou'll
have to hurry !
Determined to Quickly Dispose of the entire Sale Stock
Just such Values as these mentioned are on our floors NOW !j
We're determined that not a single, rental, sample (new), shop
worn, exchange and sale instrument will remain on our floors af
ter the doors close on this remarkable, vnlue-giving sales-event.
Note the prices and instruments mentioned they tell something
of the sensational reductions made; the outright savings to be
effected through purchase NOW !
And remember, that no matter which instrument you select our
FREE EXCHANGE TRIAL PRIVILEGE standing behind pour pur
chase GUARANTEES ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION ! Such Val
ues as these cannot last long so we advise your IMMEDIATE
Player-Piano WettKnlZ0 $478.00
-a handsome mahogany,
piano, $545 value.
All carefully guaranteed and tuned and in splendid condition.
Other fully as remarkable player-piano values await you on our
floors NOW but they'll go quickly.' Our satisfaction-insuring
plan stands back of each instrument. Don't delay, come to our
warerooms QUICKLY !
Never Easier Than Now to Purchase that Long-Wanted Piano,
Especially Easy End-of-Sale Payments Arranged.
lluyx STERLING PIANO
I INDtMAN PIANO
Personal selection is advised but If you cannot visit our warerooms at once write or plione for list of bargains
223 Huron Ave., Port Huron
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 5:0C a. m.
Mondays and 10:05 p. m. Sun
days. Limited cars leave Detroit at
8:10 a. m. and every two y hours
to 8:10 p. m. Sundays only, 11:00
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Problems of national and inter
national importance and the rela
tion of the Christian church to
the solution of these problems will
be discussed by prominent laymen
and by Methodist leaders at the
National Methodist Conference
and the Detroit Area Conference,
both of which will be held in Ue
Central M. 11. church. Detroit, on
Nov. 11 to 22. The National Con
fe rence will bring together 1,200
Methodist leaders from all parts
of the country; the Detroit Area
Confeenrce will register 1,400
prominent Methodists of Mich
igan. Tuesday evening, Nov. 15, will
be given over to a discussion of
"Race Relations in the United
States." A prominent Negro lay
man will address the gathering
on prescnt-da' conditions and
thought of his race, and this will
be followed by a presentation of
tin; worl; that is being carried on
by the Methodist Episcopal
church, through its Hoard -of
Home Missions and Church Ex
tension, for the betterment, of the
temporal, social and religious
conditions of the race. The
Church, through the Hoard of
Education for Negroes, operates
18 institutions of college and aca
demy grade for the young negroes
of the South; and in North and
South the Hoard of Home1 Missions
is building hundreds of new
churches and providing hundred
of preachers and teachers in
In this relation there will be
considered also the work that the
Hoard of Home Missions is carry
ing on for foreign-speaking peo
ples, 1,350 churches where the
Gospel is taught in 20 languages
other than English.
On Wednesday evening, Nov.
1G while the Disarmament Con
ference is in session in Washing
ton the two conferences will
consider the subject "The Pacific
and the Far East." A layman of
international repute will present
the whole subject of the Far
Eastern nations as they effect the
problem of disarmament. Metho
dist leaders, men of long exper
ience in the Oriental mission
fields, will give a review of the
importance in this connection of
Christian work in Hawaii, the
Philippfnes, Japan, Korea, China
and Malaysia. Such men as Hish
op Herbert Welch, former presi
dent of Ohio Weslcyan University
now in charge of Methodist mis
sions in Knrca, Dr. Ralph A.
Ward, long a missionary in China,
and the Rev. Willian Hung, Ph.
D., a leader in the "newer China,"
will present interesting phases of
the problem and outline the means
bv which Christianity can save
On Wednesday morning the
whole subject of Christian mis
sions, as carried on by the Hoard
of .Foreign Missions of the Meth
odist Episcopal church, will be
discussed tinder th headings,
"The World's Health, Hie
World's Mind," "The' World's
Dealt." These topics will cover,
respectively, the medical, the ed
ucational, and the evangelistical
work of the church in foreign
"Education for Christian Lead
ership" is the topic for Thursday
afternoon, Nov. 17. Under that
heading will be discussed Mis
problems of the demand, supply,
salary and pension of the Chris
tian preacher; the nejd for relig
ious trainirg in secular schools.
GEORGE W. ELSTON
INSURANCE nd REAL ESTATE
Wt write Flra, Tornado & Auto Insurance
A Share of Your Butlnese Solicited.
Iff "I don't need them very
often, but when I do, I
need them quick. One or
two and the pain is gone."
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
will relieve you quickly and
safely no unpleasant after
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Xing" a drug habit.
Next time you pass a
drug store stop in and get
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contain no habit forming
3Youx: Druggist Has Them.
JEWELRY, CHINA WARE, SILVER
WARE, CLOCKS and WATCHES
My stock of Jewelry, Chinaware, Silverware, Clocks, Watch
es and Optical goods is complete and anything you need I am
in a position to furnish you with.
Repairing neatly and promptly done.
L. ROY FULLER
The undersigned has rented his
farm and intends retiring, and
".ill sell by public auction to the
highest bidder at the premises 2
i miles east and V- miles south of
I Melvin, or 3VL' miles north and
V'i miles west of Yale, on Tue
diy, Oct. 2otb, a complete list of
farm stock, implements, grain
md household goods. Sale start
at 12 o'clock, noon, sharp. Usual
icrms. .las. v unisnoim. auc
tioneer. Hugh Davis, Prop.
The undersigned will offer for
sale by public auction to the
highest bidder at the premises 2
miles west and V-i niile south of
Yale on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 10
acres of timber in Vz acre lots,
about 20 head of young cattle,
13 shoats, a brick house, etc. Sale
starts at one o'clock p. m., sharp
See bills for terms of sale and
further particulars. Ed Crown
Prop. Fred Smith, auctioneer.
VULCANIZING and TIRE REPAIRING
Located in Eilber. & Earth's
ervice Garage, South Main St.
is Wm. J. MEIIARG
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If you are eperatin your farm for profit you cannolZg "y i?"'
afford to bt without a Sauon Model r fil B
"M" traitor for htavy draft cud " f- LJ U Q
Jitavy Icll-powr ivotk. "
IF. O. 15. Faciory)
Thi$ is your opportunity to buy a good Tractor at a
very reasonable price. And, by the way, if you are in
the market tor anything in our line we can save you
some money. Come in and see us.
CLIMAX SILO FILLERS
Fred J. Wilt, Yale
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The CaloriC Pipeless Furnace
is now practical nerd in every
Costs lfcis tlian the stoves neces
sary to hest the same space.
Saves H to j 2 yout fue'- Gives
June-time warmth in every room
in coldest weather.
We have Calorics in stock and
can make installations nam at
old prioM. Guaranteed wtiofao
(feat or money bark.
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to (M lln- hi;:h p: ic- ir every
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meats aad Mt anri;j! otxiy.
Honey and Tar
CLEARS THE THROAT of phlegm
pnd mucus, stops that tickling, opens the
air pnssacs for easier breathing and coafi
tne rnw, inflamed surfaces with n heal
in,'',, Roothin medicine.
Grateful father . Tells What It D1J
writ?v. '"I have a liitle fiitl 6 years who hjt R
Rood H'-al ol troubln with croup. 1 have usvtl M
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bothrred with a bad cold or couch, and 1 will
ay that it la the best remedy (or a bud cold,
cough, throat trouble or croup that I ever saw."
Parents who use 'Foley's Honey and
Tar know it is safe and do barm will
come even if an overdose should bo
given by accident. It tastes good and
children like it. It won't upset the deli,
cate stomachs of youn children, delicato
persons or elderly people.
A Car Load of Prepared Plaster
Come to us for your
We expect a car of Lehigh Portland Cement soon.
Our Prices are Reasonable-
II Wharton & Company
nil. n. C.TKASEH
that after Feb. 1st, 1921, ho will
occupy, his new office corner Pine
nnd Military streets Practice
limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Eyes tested and glasses
fitted. Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 1:30
to l:P.O p. m. Saturday evening,
7 to 8 Sunday by appointment.
Telephone 118. 93G Military street
Port Huron Mich.
I "A Good Place to Trade"- 1
If it's anything in the Grocery line you want J
the above quotation applies to our store. We
carry a complete stock anil can meet all com- A
petitors both as to quality and price. J
NOTICE If you find or lose any " jj
article, the proper thing to do I U
is to advertise it at once. Thi
Expositor will carry the mes
sage for you.
Try one of our liners.
PHONE 58 :-: :-; :-: JOHN fJ)RIGHT, Prcptltlor. jj
If yojir business isn't worth advertising
advertise it for sale.