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Have You An
Opportunity Fund ?
Have you a fund deposited in a safe
place, drawing interest and always avail
able, with which you can sicze an oppor
tunity it one is presented?
This bank is a safe place for opportun
ity funds. Look around you and see the
men who make money because they
Start an opportunity fund today. Talk
to our officers.
First National Bank
T5hc Bank That Says "Thank You."
Member of the FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
fi THE RELIABLE STORE
FULL OF VALUE
Heavy 3G in. Outings, 25c yd. Colored and white. Nar
rower Goods in white, 10c to 25c; Narower Goods, heavy,
colors, at 20c to 25c; 8-4 Bleached Sheetings, 50c and GOc.
9-4 Unbleached Sheetings 50c and GOc! 3G inch Sheetings
' 10c and 15c; Pillow Cases, 27c to $1.00; Sheets, large, at
$1.25 to 1.89; Blankets in Wool-finish Plaids, 72x80 at
$4.00; the Heavy Woolnap Plaids at $4.50 and $5.00;
Part Wool Plaids at $G.50; Comfortables in large size
both sides alike $3.50. $4.00, $5.00 up to $8. All extra
Fall and Winter Underw ear stock, complete in assort
ments. Quality Counts. Isn't it a satisfaction in buying,
to know you are buying merchandise that will not disap
point you. When you buy "Wayne Knit" Hose for men,
women and children, you have practiced economy.
We are full of new Fall Goods in every department. Do
not miss this store when Dry Goods are wanted. And the
Cloak, Suit and Dress department is attractive for high
TheBallentine Dry Goods Co.
We Sell McCall Patterns
Port Huron, Michigan
The Store That Sells Wooltex.
We are f
Some Very Attractive Prices
which we bought in carload lots. Have it in the Roll as
follows: LIGHT, MEDIUM, HEAVY, Plain Surface,
Heavy Red or Green Slate Surface. 4 in or Slab
Shingles, Red or Green Slate Surface.
Can also make you some very satisfactory prices on
Shiplap, Drop Siding, Extra clear 5-2
Red cedar Shingles, 32in Hem
lock Lath, 8in or lOin No. 3
Yeiiovv Pine Sheathing.
Come in and see for yourself.
Yale Lumber & Coal Co.
The yaLE Expositor
J as. A. Mknzikh, Publisher.
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Thursday, October 20. 11)21
Methodist Protectant Church
tSTWe SPECIALIZE in GROCERIES OF QUALITY.
At your service with the best there
is in our line
Phone 49 - - Yale
Rev. C. F. Stroup, Pastor
Class meeting, 0:30. Mrs. Than
Preaching service, 10:00. Sub
ject, "Power of Intercession." -
Sunday school 11:00. Delmar
Stubbs. Sunt. Let everyone come.
There were 163 present last Sun
day. Let us make it 200 this Sun
day. Evening service 7:30. Subject,
"Seeking Flaws and Finding
Ladies Aid meets this week with
Mrs. Chas. Barr. The ladies of the
church are all busy getting ready
for the bazaar. Next week they
will meet with Mrs. Holcomb.
Prayer meeting on Thursday
evening at 7:P0. Let you and I
be there and bring some one with
us. "Last week we had 30 to the
Tuesday evening Mrs. Hyde's
and Mrs. Mailman's classes had a
marshmallaw roast three miles
west of town. All had a good
Frederick D. Mumby, Pastor.
Morning worship at 10:30. Sub
ject, "What Do I Understand by
the Atonement ?" Third sermon
on the fundamentals of Christian
Special Rally Day exercises in
the Sunday school at 11:45. Spec
ial music, songs, recitations. Us
ual lesson period. Everybody at
Sunday school. ,
Evening worship, 7:30. "What
Constitutes Successful - Evangel
ism ?" Do we need a revival ?
Rally to the support of the pastor'
in this service. Chorus choir.
Junior League on Thursday af
ternoon at 4:00 o'clock.
Prayer service, with short ad
dress Thursday evening at 7:30.
Questions answered. Work on the
new survey will be assigned.
If you want to reach the buying public in
this locality an ad in The Expositor will do
East (trcenwood Evangelical
Gospel service every evening
Rev. C. F. Stroup, of the M. P.
church, Yale, will preach on
Tuesday and possibly Friday eve
Preaching at 10:00 a. m.
Sunday school, 11:00 a. m.
Preaching at 7 :45 p. m.
Sunday school, 2:00 p. m.
A welcome to all our services.
W. F. Hoetteher, Pastor
CHURCH OF CIIRIST
Bible school, 10:00.
Communion and sermon, 11:00.
Subject, "Zion's Peace and Pros
perity." C. E. meeting, G:45. Harry
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
Fargo Bible school at 2:00 p. m.
Communion and sermon, 3:00.
C. R. Strobridf e. Minister
Alfred Martin, Mimistcr
Services in Brick Chapel.
Morning worship, 10:30.
Sunday school, 11:45. Mrs. L.
Roy Fuller, superintendent.
You are cordially welcome.
The re-opening and dedication
of our church has been definitely
set for Sunday, Nov. 13.
FREE METHODIST CHURCH
Preaching, 10:30 and 7:30.
Sunday school, 9:30.
Wednesday, prayer meeting at
On Sunday, Nov. Gth, special
revival services will' begin, in
charge of Rev. Nathan Beskin, a
converted Jewish Rabbi.
A. E. Potbury, Pastor
10:00 a. m., Sunday school.
11:00 a. m., preaching.
7:30 p. m., preaching.
2:00 p. m., Sunday school.
3:00 p. m., preaching.
All will be made welcome.
ft, M. DODD, Pastor.
FALL COATS AND
Here are the new
All made of the season's newest materials. Soft, rich fabrics in unusual and varied tones and shades. Some adorned
with Fur Collars, some plain. Some severely gracefulothers cleverly trimmed with smart touches of embroidery,
stitching or self straps. All new in cut and line tailored with skill and finished with care.
Coats, $19.50 to $50.00 Suits, $27.75 to $42.50
TIME TO DON
New Fall Clothes
And we're ready to meet the needs of every man and young man.
Here you will find fall displays of the widest
scope-styles that are cheerful-high in quali
ty, but lower in price.-decidedly lower than
last fall. Don't forget that this is New
Suits, $20, $25 and $30
Overcoats, $19.50, $25, $30
Best quality, tailored (7 Cf
for the particular at y I OU
Suits of every color and QQfA (T1 O CZfi
style.finest quality from pJ.i0 lU p.U
J i it r.
For Economical Transportation
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type, hand control, 3 peeda
forward, and reverie
Complete tool equipment
The first cost is no longer an
obstacle to motor car ownership. And
the cost of upkeep never wasin the
case of Chevrolet "Four-Ninety." This
model is famous for its low price and
economy of operation. Owners say so.
Chevrolet Model "Four-Ninety" Tourinj Car, $525. Additional "Four
Ninety" Models: Roadster, $525; Sedan, $375; Coupe, $875; Light
Delivery Wagon '1 seat) $525. All prices f.o.b. Flint, Mich.
AT are thmn 4.000 VaJWra, Kitmll&tor mnd Strvlot St Milan
in lnitd mna Uimm
5 Chevrole Model "Four-Ninety" Touring Car-
J Additional "Four-Ninety'l Models: Roadster Sedar Coupe, i Light Unlivery Wagon (I scat) Chassis
K All prUma J.v.b. Flint, Miv,.
the trick, and the cost is small.