The Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 28, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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,M THE YALE DEM OC RAT
More so, perhaps than any other great American, Franklin
thoroughly appreciited the great value of thritt.
llis crisp, terse writings under the nom de plume of ‘‘Poor
Richard” fairly sparkle with sage reflections relative to the ex-
treme importance of saving.
One cannot do better than follow Franklin’s advice.
Systematic saving is ibsolutely essential to success.
Open an account with us now—save just what you can eas-
You will be surprised to see how rapidlyly your account
will grow—and what a source of pleasure it will be to you. .
first national bank
w A NORTHGRAVE.PftES. WILL LAUDERDALE.CASH.
H. C. L.” lias Hit Your
"Salaries and Wages”
Out of evcrv dollar paid out by the average
telephone company for the expense ot making
the service it sells, around 60^ (or more) goes
to its employees for salaries and wages.
Telephone employees are no more immune
from the “high cost of living” than any other
people. Unless their pay can be made com-
mensurate with present living costs, an ex-
perienced organization cannot be mam tamed
—and your telephone service will sutler in
Hut remember that the responsibility for
the wages it pays does not rest solely upon
the telephone company, lor the company can
nay no more than its income w ill allow—and
its income depends upon the rates it is pet-
milted to charge for the service it has to sell.
“At Your Service”
YALE TELEPHONE CO.
and Decoration Day
Next Sunday, May 30, will be
Memorial Sunday and Decoration
Day. There will be appropriate
services at 11 a. m. The G. A. R.
men, ex-Confederate Soldiers, the
Spanish American War Veterans,
over seas and camp hoys are es-
pecially invited to attend. We will
arrange conveyance for all civil
war veterans to the services at
the Quay cemetery at 2 p. m.
Report to 0. B. Ford that we
may know how many to arrange
C. S. Clarke, Pastor.
Canfield & Co. have purchased
our entire stock or undertaking
which they will combine with
their own large stock and are well
equipped to handle In their up-to-
date undertaking parlor. Their
license embalmer Mr. J. L. Po-
teet will take care of the business
to the entire satisfaction of the 1
public. . .
Christie & Bavingerj
Where Soft Drinks Originated
A Philadelphia writer says that
there is not much inspiration for
poetry in soda water.
Let it be remembered that an
other “first” to be credited to
Philadelphia is for the manufac-
ture of soda water—that is to say
the commonly accepted beverage
with fruit syrups.
It was made by Eugene Rous-
sel, who conducted a perfumery
establishment here about a cen-
Moreover, the Philadelphia cen-
tennial finally confirmed the im-
portant place of the industry and
the popularity of the beverage
and the popularity of the bever-
age in the United Stats. Robert
M. Green began to build soda
fountains in ’74, showed one at
the centennial, and at the Frank-
lin institute exposition, held not
long thereafter, dispensed his new
invention, ‘‘the ice cream soda,” to
an increasing throng that present-
ly was paying $200 a day over the
counter for the seductive new
With the present soda water
and soda fountain business ap-
proximating 1 billion dollars a
year, this Philadelphia born indusr
try is still in its infancy. But
what a prodigious infant it is.—i
Philadelphia Public Record.
We give you the best of service
at the Palace of Sweets.
Dr. J. H. Proffitt was an Okla-
homa City visitor yesterday.
Are beautiful homes only for the wealthy? |
Hem^VbeaS five-room home of Western.ty.pe that almost I
of domestic 1
rrchitecture. s ClUlTlS
vas designed by the same authorities to go into this home Your
sScssaffl esssiet a®
md We^hatTmany^such homes as this-scores oftam And yon
iaVe four different architectural expressions—Colonial, Lnglish,
Western and Southern, from which to make your choicCg
Would you .taro see ^
nteriors and floor plans for many such homes as this, and all equally
The Spurrier Lumber Co.
The Old Reliable
C. R. SCOTT, Manager
224 So. Main Telephone 18
, _ — M — ------------—*****
MATERIAL AND LABOR
Is what costs in building.
Let us figure your bill and
save you money on both.
Fairman Construction Co.
Office over Liberty Pharmacy
Office Phone 14. Residence Phone 272-J
CANFIELD & COMPANY
Undertaking Supplies. Burial Robes. Motor Hearse Service
WHEN Property is Destroyed by Fire and
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.
DILLEY & ROBISON
Loans, Reality, Bonds and Insurance
Telephone 320 Over Nobby Tailors
*A little summer now wJ
then is relished tjy the
Silk.Shirts and Palm
Our Middle Name
Will Soon Be Here
And when it does drrive you will want an
Ice Box or Refrigerator—and you II want it
quick. Delivery of any commndity at this
time is a question and we advise you to lose
no time in calling and inspecting our line of
There are None Better.
A. C. Christies’ Old Store
Not Always the CHEAPEST
ALWAYS the BEST
Y ALE CABINET SHOP
L. I.. HITT, Prop.
FIkuk .4% or 270
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The Yale Democrat (Yale, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 117, Ed. 1 Friday, May 28, 1920, newspaper, May 28, 1920; Yale, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1139052/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.