The Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 145, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 4, 1920 Page: 5 of 6

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THE YALE DEMOCRAT
Wednesday, August 4, 1920
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Bavinger-Morris Undertaking Parlors Day Phone is: Night Phones 39 and ae*j
Licensed Embalmer. Fully equipped for handling Funerals. Modern chapel in connection.
Complete line of needed funeral supplies. Careful attention given to arrangements.
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Instant Ambulance Service—Day or Night
Place your orders for cut flower with us.
KEABAHK
oryourGram.
There is little difference
between a dollar in money
and a dollar’s worth of
grain.
Yet many farmers, who
keep their money in massive stone banks where they
know it will be safe, keep their grain in old and
wasteful granaries.
Did you ever stop to think that every golden grain
of wheat, oats, barley, or corn means so much toward
your income?
Don’t waste your money any longer by thinking
that you can store small grains in a crib built for ear
corn. Your granary must
have tight walls
and floors and
be strong and
durable.
We can help
you build a
granary that
will increase
your yearly
profits.
Come in soon
and we’ll talk
more about
granaries.
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The Spurrier Lumber Co.
The Old Reliable
C. R. SCOTT, Manager
224 So. Main Telephone 18
WHEN Property is Destroyed by Fire and
Windstorm
Perhaps the savings of years disappears.
We write Fire and Windstorm Insurance
Also Life, Health and Accident in the
best Old Line companies in the U. S.
DILLE Y & ROBISON
Loans, Reality, Bonds and Insurance
Telephone 320 Over Nobby Tailors
The Secret of Our Success
Is that we have the quality gives the
service and sell for a reasonable profit.
Follow the crowd and you will be a reg-
ular customer. We guarantee to satisfy.
C. S. Stewart, The Grocery Man
FOR SALE—1 three-room furn-
ished house, front and back porch;
1 three room and sleeping porch,
unfurnished, close in, also one
Baby Overland Touring Car 1920
madel—Good as new. Phone 222-
J or 146. 135-3t
Let Holland and Monnett dor
your washing with their “Suc-
cess” electrical washing machine
Phone 143 for free demonstration
Ford Car for sale—Central Garage
141-6t
Cement Blocks.—L. L. Hitt
Speaking of Smiles
Speaking of smiles: It was
Robert G. Ingersoll who is credit-
ed with once saying: “A morning
smile of a happy soul always
makes for me a glad day."
Would there were more smiles
in life—more of us who could
make a happy day for those who
bask in smiles. Too many of us
grow at times sordid and sellsh
and keep locked in our breast—
shut in ly tight-close lips—the
smile that Nature intended to
come forth from every normal liv-
ing thing.
Yes, it is hard at times to smile
for we all have our griefs, our af-
fairs of which none but ourselves
know aught, ye tif we are so con-
stituted that we can pass on to
others a morning smile it makes
sunshine for the others and for
ourselves as well.
A smile costs so little and mean
so much—it brightens up the path
way of life; it makes of the lowly
a friend and of the highest an ad-
vocate. The man or woman who
has not learned how to smile has
much yet to learn.JOmaha World-
Herald.
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(Presbyterian food sale at Can
fields Hardware Store, Saturday,
August 7.
Civil Servire Examination—Post
Office Clerk
An examination for post office
clerks will be held at the post-
office in this city on August 28,
1920.
Age limit 18 to 45 yeara on the
date of examination*.
Applicants must be physically
sound, and male applicants must
be not less than 5 feet 4 inches in
height in. bare feet, and weigh not
less than 125 pounds without over
coat or hat.
For application blanks for full
information relative to the exam-
ination, qualifications, duties, sal-
aries, vacations, promotions, etc.,
address immediately, Mr. Davis
Bureham, Secretary, Board of Civ-
il Service Examiners, Yale, Okla.
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Food Sale at Canfields by Pres-
byterian Aid Sooiety, Saturday,
August 7.
Watermellon on ice at the Pal
ace of Sweets.
RED PEPS
PHILOSOPHY
Free Typhoid Vaccine
Drs. Newell and Caskey have re-
ceived from the State Board of
Health fifty treatmntg of typhoid
fever vaccine and will administer
it free of charge to those who are
unable to pay for it. Those who
are able are expected to pay for
the administration but not the
vaccine—this is furnished free
by the state.
Join the Chamber of Commerce.
“Loti of us will k potf us*
til wttro thirty-rhea *t will
be used to it."
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Silk Shirts and Palm
Beach Suits
Our Middle Name
TROY STEAM LAUNDRY
Telephone 209
Myron T. Herrick is one of the financial giants of America
as well as a Diplomat and Statesman of the highest order.
He is a successful banker because he has adopted modern
ideas for the institution of which he is the capable head, and
these modern ideas have resulted in a modern service.
This bank is likewise essentially modern in every phase of
its service. It is modernly equipped and prepared to serve its
depositors in amodern manner.
It pursues a po'icy which provides liberal accommodation
and every possible finaucial assistance that a strong bank can
consistantly give.
Why not carry an account here?
first national bank
YALE OKLA.
W. A.NORTHURAVE. PRES. WILL LAUDERDALE. CASH
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Current Repairs”
Depreciation
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Some folks have a theory that there is no
depreciation cost in a telephone exchange; that
the ordinary', day-by-day upkeep of the plant
—the “current repairs”—ought to take care of
all depreciation.
The principal objection to this theory is—it
won’t work! If you think it will, try it out on
your automobile tire. You repair the punctures
and blow-outs in it, of course—but that doesn’t
make it a new tire, and it wears out just the
same!
Patching or repairing a thing does not make
it new. The only cure for depreciation is to
entirely replace the worn or broken part with
a new one. That is what the telephone com-
pany’s annual “depreciation reserve” cost is for
—the replacement of the various parts of the
plant when they become too worn or too obso*
lete for use.
“At Your Service.”
YALE TELEPHONE CO.
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DR. LEATHEROCK
Specialist in diseases of
The Eye, Nose and Throat
will be in Yale the Second Thurs-
day of each month.
At Dr. Hudson’s Office.
We have just received several
high grade Axmister rugs of un-
usual designs—Morris Furniture
company.
DR. WADE C. MITCHELL
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Yale State Bank Rooms
1 and 2
All Calls Answered Promptly
Telephone—Day and Night 136
You can get all kinds of fancy
hemstitching, pecoting and escol*
loped hemstitching at 809 North
E Street, phone 205.
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The Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 145, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 4, 1920, newspaper, August 4, 1920; Yale, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1138635/m1/5/ocr/: accessed April 24, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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