The Evening Record, November 20, 1905

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The Evening Record, November 20, 1905

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Grand Traverse County (Mich.)
Traverse City (Mich.)

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Bates, Thomas T. (1841-1912) and Hannen, John W. (1863-1940)

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1905-11-20

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•KCIAL TELSOIMM MRVICC.

i.'-vf'r':?;?’ i

THAvnsc crrv,

SIX s»if ■

Special to tbo Evf^np Record.
Kalkaaka. Mich. Nor. ».-Mr
r. CbosoMr was fooiid dead to bed yo^ ,
tentoy momlnc by her llyw^U
daophler, Yrbo w«*nt to caU her.
pettlnp any reaponae. the child became
frlphtcned and calknl anoiht*r family
livtop to Uh* same boose The body
was oold. abawlnit that life had tx> n
extinct several Sours. Heart db-w«4.
is U lievi^ to have been Ifae caum*.
Mrs. CN^SKhlr was almet So years
I for A Riff Rowaro
old and wan a prominnnt member of
Is Rsiiiff Roodily Ripnsd and Proir
the I.. O. T. M. M. in which ahe carrh i
ifisfrt Msn Art Taking an ActInsuranre. Her huaband hoF
Ivo Intonoot—City Aroaood.
U*en dead M»me time and her daughter
is her only child.

JO%t€ OOM MUKDCft CASE IS
rriLL A DEEP MYSTERY.
! 8|ik^ U» tlH* »r«iliiS Rwtf.
Gr«a4 HMpkAM, Mirk.. Nov. 2«.—Join
KHI. a «u«ia
wm. cmiifftii to a
vmll Af tlH*
CMitlind Avraor ami HA]rA(r«« Asd
pertepA .fAiAtly mub<Hl. aicnI 27. A CROWDS STILL SURROUND HOMI
fAllOV VrortcAMJI VA« AlM) CAOAbt bOt
AND PLACE OF MURDER.
not MvkKiftJr iiiittml.

HUNDRED
PAMENOBRS
WERE LOST WITH SHIP.

WORKMAN ARE
OUT ORE OF MEW WAS SAIER
NOWRETURNINC
TWENTYMVEN OTHERS
^ STILL Missma

Mrs. E. C. Chosahlr of

OFFERREWARD

100 KCniES lilE SURCHW6

FROM WRECK

ONE

CRUBMEO.

SERIOUS now* TO WITTE



GRIRDSTANDCOLUPSED

Nm..;, IbT. M. 1M5

U null TNUtlTS
RAM tm write ttosa with a iiMieil
WtoyMarsndfStetswsy
And lh« th«r*r» Ihflrr to «sy.
J’erhaps you would Hko
n fountain pon if yon
had one Umt would work
rijjht. Tht n yon are the
party we are lookinK for.
Wc will jpvf yon a pt'n
to try ttnti if it dofsn t
work to suit yon. yon art*
nothin;: oni. Wo <lon*t
want yon to Jitiy a pt*n
from nt tialoss it ipveg
yon perf(*ft Batisfnrtion.
Wo'd lib* a oliancf to
explain to you such Parker featnrra at: Tho
-Lucky
Cune,”
the*
‘•Spearhead
Ink
Re­
tainer*’ and the -‘NonSidil Cap.

AMERICAN

200 BLUE JACKETS LEFT

UNEMPLOYED
TEN THOUSAND

I

OruK a*'ter«

O. C. MOrrATT
Abstracts of TItls
BKTIBrKCTOBY

ar# now parmananlly loaa«ad In tlia Wllhalm block

Dn. Sawyer & Pcnhallesan

DENTISTS

RESQUmnS WERE PASSED

NEVER CNDINO WAR otcLARco I

^‘AUFORMORWAr

FURERAl SEmnCE



GOOD
STRONG
BOYS’
SHOES
FOR

$1-50 I
They’re the BEST
shoes for boys that
have ever been
able to put out at
t |i i s price. Abso­
lutely all good leath­
er, and good fitting.
Just right for wet
weather. Send him
if you can't come
with him. We will
fit him

RUBBERS
Wr ha\*c all kinds of RubIters to fit nil kinds nf faet,
and prices just a little le«
than the other fellows. Wo
soil nothing hut the l)ott
gr.idoa. Ovenraiters and Li-gtrins for Men. Women and
Children; LnmWmcn Rub.
IxTS and Sox. Oulj* a few
keys left to tkt; money* box.
Von may U* the lucky one
Call at the Old Reliable
Shoo Store of

Alfred Greilick k Co.
242 Front Street

mm

Rclumwl from Roaortcra—UprighU; $i:!5 np

SO

onoArMS

ao

•Wken in exchange on Pianoa. High Top
•15.00 np. SSoH on oaay pojmenU if dcairod.

E(

A DOLLAR CBDA SALE

1*^ Erona St.

0innnell jBros.
eruKHiaBDioa

OVERCOATS

$IO
Juit in, fancy
cy pattemt—extra
patternt—extra value—regular
vat
twelve dollar value in fact—*ee
fa«—*ee them.
then

ill.

1.00

Wtidaycl i„ onr <Mt wiiidov is > tiioicP lot of fiV pu«M of
rticl. wo lUB lolliiig at tlic ahovp menUonrid prior. Ibdpd.4 in it are many ,».«« «U r^Uriy at tLST, and $1.%
H onwn t It U- wise to make a •.•lootion now for Uie hoHdnyiy

i

OITW mooic mTORK

1.00

▼H» Mobatr* O*.

1.00

YOUNG MAN. AHENIION ! 1
omta and OverooaU ma le for yonnij men liy L. Adler
Bro. & Ccu who ataiKl «1 ibo froni.i^lothiiig ^aiMstnn-!
Their cldthfto jan- D^U of atyl... imd liar<- the wearing ■
ciualitiet that i
from careful tailorii^ Aif reliable fabnca-«5 M
0l tB X2S.00. Onr fnrniahi
nca-SI5
Jenartment
ready for yonr
yo inipfction w*iili the newest find Ixwt ofTcrroady
ingi of the
i
* ?tc«aon.

KUBEOK & MOYT
^_____

UNION 8TRSST CLOTHIERS

mo«t i.lnbon,te t-^ilct. With new -nDBOTHY I)( >Dir mo.1«-b. yon II.--,) liav.- no <-.m»cionsn.-i.i of yoor footw4vir. It wHI
bo as • om-. t in styh- i.s ii is f.ulUi-ss in it. So.- oi.r win.lov.

■AOMANT

&

ROSOOB

WOlto TMB

SforniOBsiHWiidRft
You1l need to keep out
the cold this winter.
At this time of the sea^^on wc take orders on
and make for later deliv­
ery Storm doors and win­
dows of any sue.
The front door as wdl as ihe exposed windows of
the home should be storm proof—foi^comfort, and it’s
not expensive to make them so, if you place your or­
der here.

TRAVERSE CITY MFG, CO.

CtttMn. Pheti.. aai B.IL IBB.

RIBHT ATNOW
FOR BARGAINS
CIDinLL BIOS.

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Rubbers and Robbers

miANOs

'•'i

ir fUr iMiBkt J
BBd Twadkr.- rmb «wtn1r wMil I

A pair of rusty, unstylisli shoes will m:ir the effect <.f Uie

(3rinnell JBros.
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.edition

ARE

OENERALV STRIKE -J«
BEING
Josle Oom murder |ca»o remain
BROUOMT^TO AN END.
Dttcli of a mystery art ever. A public 1;
aohacHpiion for a blp reward U U lnp
FtWyStvi B*«l« H«v*'Bmii R^simuHi by a large niimtoT of rli Irena
i
CM«f«S a* F^f^—Fhr« Survlvw*''
and some’prortTlnenf m«*n a*-o laklrp
R . PWMS EM«aal.d in NMwwA
an active Inierent. The whole city uj
R :
W R*p«« and Caar May
arouw-d aa It never |waa before. The j
SOCIAL
DEMOCRATS
GAINED
city conndl toniptil Pill para a rem»la.
MUCH INFLUENCE.
tion offerlnp a larpe bewanl for tlu* a.n
pn henfclon of the msrUerer.
Ii Is eailmated ih|u a hundreil deiTAhlp SAllAd for Kfon.
leciJvea are now enitoped on the caae.
• Troopo Flfo^ on the
Cronds kllll. aurround the Oom home
•f th# WTACk of tfio
Poopio
ard
Killod
Threo
for
and Ibe acene of the murder.
lAoidns. Tho ffonofAl!
Makinfl Domenotration. ’
FOR SALE-18 yards inprsin carpet
to tKAt tho
partly worn;
>'arda Inprain rarp*'?.
Suo to a ApAotoa of mlrAfo vHitoh Ap-----new; .TO ysrda nm^ts carpet. n*»arorwitly Attorod tht pOAitlon of ths
**»<' Bvrnina Record,
ly new. CtolT moiinlnp*. 202 Wad aohoro And tho channtl liffhto. oauoinj ’ «»• PHerabonc. Nov. 20 -Tho penworth St. Mr.-. C. F. Hunter.
* tho oapUlfi to mako a wrwiff courat In i
»*rtke ihroujthout ibe cUy ia brine
tho ohAJinol. AfUr tho ahook tho ahtp I bmtjphl in a cloar I.mIoj . The work
•ottSod wHh Aftooliinff npWtty. ffoinff !
e vt-ryub< rr are n tiimlng to ihrl.Sown Sofoio tho paooonffOfA woro abio I
Sailod for Ruooia.
Cborbonn:. France.. N<iv. 20.—Th^
8iatr» cruiiw'r MlnnrapolU FOUR THOUSAND PEOPLE WERE
ipta and gwr art naw Ir. iTnlu-d,.
vniuiif s
THROWN TO THE GROUND.
for Kronstadt. Rnwand may dia. Tha on^y I
»><«
aa far at N j
*i l« rrporuM Kh<> htK Ikn-h
_ ,
It It Im. I
*o protect American clllren.s In
Six
Were injured. Joaeph Rosa, a Stu. poAAlbto tor voAAito yot to approach j
*^ey need ao^Ktance.
dent. Having Hit Ctg Sfoken and
th# aooao of tho waaek. ThlrtyoU
DemocraU Gained.
hadtoaiMfa waahod aMiaft at St Caat.
P<*terRbun;, Nov. :o.-Tbc ino«
Being Injured internally.
Raporti roothrod from along tho coast' noirwbrthy feature of the strike Jn»t
atato that fIftyMon badict havt boon I trrminated l« that the oocial demoAnn Arbor. Mich., .Nov. 20.—Four
rocovorod.
jprata emerpiv! vKfa prrater Inflnence thousand person* wore cauRht In tha
SNOW STORM WAR CAUSE.
i
«rikc was inaupu. collapac of the inaiklinand on Fcrr?*.
Lato Intormttlail laadrto tho boltof
‘The xeaivo er»npreEj; at Mog- field Ssranlay afierntjon dm1i»K tl.ol
that a toltndifis MtoW tlorvn was roconhl.bM^K the auccette. of the Wlaconsln-Mlchlaan frame. For a few i
ooelallaia
aa
the
mo#t nerbiUK blow moments II lookctl as thoujrh hundreiN,
Thoro art
atoo ovidsnooo or an oaplooton on struck at WItie. Ib KhlnilMK iM llrve fa: were killed but only j six were* Injuivd i
and none of these, w jih one cxct'piio*j ;
board tho vososl which hroks into will realpn.
Militia Killed Thr«t.
thrss parts, Ths watsr pourod Into I
very aiTtouab •
Vlrnna. .\uv. 2ft.—The KinUeneff
th#
The accident happrjnt .1 Juki afiu'r the
tho oUtoroemo Sotora thov could —• j
hnv. ailttcked and rvi nre lu oisnluK of the socohti half and war
capo. Tho bottom of tho Hilda watl*h'’
JrwUh nbop^. Many CAUsctI by a w<'aketilnx of the siijs
out by tho rocks on which sht
*‘“**'**
wounde^b
portinenlmbcrs. the constant xtamidnc
The LdOilr tmmia Sre«| on the people and shifting of the standing cn»wd
th«re a« a n>*»u!j of a n'volutlonary having h4»cn ihf* main cauKe. .
ONLY SIX SAVtO^— me before thi* SKHidi nt. the
\ South Hampton. Eng., Nov. 20—Ths demonattaiitjn diirinK the church mtwarned but wa* tm. inu-nt uiwn
Sopthwsstom rsltwsy offtclally says vlreK. kllllnK thP'c.
thtfo was 106 passonfftrs and a crow
IkmhI. Suddenly, the raid ]
•die of iho aland sank and the crowd i
of twomy-siffht mtn aboard tho Hilda.
was nreclidtantl to the grouml iwt nty-'
Only olx fwssonffors were saved.
five foot iDObm- in aUtruggling mass.
Wa
rmed Immlneci bm
FAILED TO REPORT TO THE
Iccniir hcadri !»n'vall«f! aldofl by
PRINCE'S CRUISER SQUADRON.
l»and playing lively ah
The lnJurtNl Wi re:,
Prine, Leuii of BotUnburg SoilMf tor
ioAoph Rosb. «:u.h-ni. Ann Arbor.
Gibraltar Tbit Morning After a
Mich.; leg broken, inirt iuiernally.
Verne Heycr. Milwaukee. Wis.; head
Twvive Days' Visit.
cut.
!
MARCHED IN THE STREETS OF
t W SccMt. Ypr*I]|uH. MIeh.: anI.V
By Wire to the Evening Record.
LONDON TODAY.
.NVw York. .Vov. if..—After imying a sprained.
J«>hn Strayer. Pittsburg. IM.; ankle
visit to Admiral Evans on the Maine.
j
Admiral I*rlncc La.uIh of Uatlenburg broken.
AdOlph Vlberiy. fViroll. Mich : facoand hla second cruiser aguadron. after
!
a twelve days* visit sailed from New Udlycut.
Edwartl Rmith. i4ake Oilessa. Iowa; j
scalp aoi^d; taken to Hameopnthlc
ON CAPITALISTIC SYSTEM.
hospital,
where
tcai
stitches i
It is reiDorted that
of his Britls'i
blue Jackets failed to report as tho taken to close gash. ]
veasels left.
Workman Daclarad That tb# Syetem
HAD FINE TIME.
Condamnad Tham, Thaugh HafWM
I
and Willing to Work, to Idia*
GIH*' Eaoktt Gall Team Wa* Well. Enn#M and tUrvstion.
Motto of King Hxakon VII. Who For
tertained.
__
mally Aeopted tht Crown This
The High acbool girls’ l>askx t Ull
B)r>lre to tbo Mreatog Roconl.
team returned from Manistee siurda;
London. Nov. 20-Tcn thonxand unevening highly cJaicTwlih ihclr wk I!employed,
workingmen
mnrrbc 1 By Wire to the Evening Record.
won victor>-. The gi^«* was placed in
through the xtrootx to o side park
Copenhagi'n. Nov. 2ft.-An cnihu^i. Ramsdcll ball at Manistee and If it ba 1
making & remarkable demonstration. asilm demonstration In honor of .Nor­ to'cn out of doors the ncore would. In
«raa*M by tbo ooalr.1 work- way*
«> . new
now king
kin* Haakon
Hwkon VU.
VII. formerly
formerlv I ,n probability, h.to.boon much blshor
aon-. oomnlMOo. RoMiuUan. woro Prt^
Pri^ Charles
Chnrlo. ot Denmark,
nonmnrk. and
ud the
tbo I than It wa. hoenn.o on tho hardwood
f
H^.-d docUtin* nnendlot wnr on royal conaon
con«n occui
occotT..,l ttl. .nomoon'noor allpplnt: ovor tho lino, wa. unrCapluiUt .yaloin. which condemn, ] tollowln* tho formal ,ot^.p„„co oMho .roidablo. Tho Bn.l «^.ro"d to i.
IlOQest and willing worker* to Idle* j crown. Subsequently Haakon rwIVcd Mias Vera WynkoKip. the Traverse City
^ and sunauon." Tbero waa no!a Norwegian depuuUon from the captain, was prem*ntcd with a fine pair
|stortblng to whom be decIa^M h- of reguUtlon basket ‘liall shoe*.
r
-------------------------^ would dedicate bis whole life to ^ork.
Some of the girt* went Friday after
Ing for the welfare of Norway. HL noon and were Invited to attend the
die. It t. dretarod, will be -All for dancing party given by the Manistee
|Norwa>."
Boating chib.
(Maa UrtP Rabarte Win Bo Laidt
THE MjMKKETE.
trrow After.
j
FUNERAL TOMORROW.
noHi at * c Claek.
• /
-----i B«»l BnEak). Not, ^».-Catlle-Aet.
Th# toaeral aervices of the Uld,
Calvoa—Acilre, blgber. Mro. Hgitto CoTMland Will Be Burtod
Jndgo Lotto Roberts will be held at t Bboep—Active, stronger. Hoga—Actajt 2 o'clock.
the dontrofcational eburrb Tncaday at hYc** steady.
Tbo fimm] of Mn. HatUc. wife of
.
2 oelock p- m. The family reakleAce I Chicago., Nov. 20.-Wbeat-Oocen. Cbarlet D. Copland of Wexford, who
at 426 Waabtofton street will be open ber. 86c; corn. 4
tiled Saturday afternoon, will be held
to frtoada who any desire to call
toownow afternoon at l © clock from
30 mtll 12 OB tneoday.
KM.
tbehoate. Mrs, Copland wa* formerly
^
. i rtA9&o, Nov. fO-Wheal-Oocen- Mlaa Hattie Oox. daughter of Washi
lhar.tSMe,
Ington Cox of Monroe Center and she
!
The UKtrr the craird the amaUcr j Pctpolt. Kor. Sl.-Wbeat. (Sc; con., leave* four MtUc ebtldren. the oldest
i'
,
JlIUc; oatA Me.
betog bnt I year* oM.

I

micmioan. moway. November ;

FOMHEAiniEI

MIlUaE CHMBEO UIHRMHIHWIu
fatally

L.V:

THE EVENING RECORD
6 PAQgft

MOBABU cause of the BINK-j
INO OF THE^ILOA.


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TH» CVKNINO RKCORO, TRAVCRtC OTY. MltHIftAK,

THEEVENING RECORD HELOMECflOIEEniB

1 loodt vottld be bold ml tbo
irsT f^lTol IB tbe tStr,

Bref?

cUnrcde

semo^vER TO courtI

the Some Topic.

called cBlchy.
cirerT taste,

I

laai

conrentloa

was be!.!

ereolag at the First

Metbodlsi

V0UNC .BOYS

thanksgiving —NOVEMBER

Tbe axale poetiOB of tbe

la InvarlabU*

captared by

j r|ni«t of the boufe mbile the lov. r if]

inp Tomerrow Morning.
t
---------

coon'* suniaj empno: < iirmp» the rh.imi j
? of-Honer l a WmiUni: ‘ Tho vlvacUy

mended tbongli deoerriag a large and

nJT

Ibn* lo
p;)ini* in ih«- routhwi* I and south wll»
: r.ffic.-^ of fhi4
r, the tollowing 4!a(t-»: S«
sn.l I'.i,
vt af« nts lor particulars,
write \v. r. Uniiua. H. J, Crav. D
Sagiaaa and Cranu lUpids.
P A

Biaic Presldeoi J W. hfilllken was not be dispiaed of In Justice court bw i
It wa ' ;
The c\vrvr
iihen luirtjdurod and (or ti*n-minute* Wongc-d i*> a higher conn
Upoke to the asM-mbled upon the gen- ihert foro aimiUy a qut*stlon wbethe- ■ P.4arle. Ere i

j

Tha

plantar

of the eonyentlon.

preaslon of the ntihllc at Urge, who
Sunday
be said thrMighf that
School c^r.nventlona wi*re me-e
busl-4*J“<J »>y

r. <—

atiendanoe of

THE NEW BCM0OL LAW.

matir-n seme, Intrmlucjag
Hshed

Vlnttm for the first month of the ue-v

returned to school in a slnKl*'

UniM-d .Mr. Mllllken. “aiid the recent

Josiifii's the extra exiu nse that

convention has further tended to dig­
nify its work.

this lav «*ntalls.
»r The fact that the majoriev o( Uh-mc
children had never reached lha wixih
grade aad that a gnwt many of iheu*

the gocMl eff.H-i V will have mi the chi!
dsen.

Kducaiiou today U a neressHy

no matter what vocation is to W* fob
Parents sl«mild take an Inter-

md in their chlMrcn * welfare and if
Ihey refuse to iln m they should be
eoni|K-ned ami thb.

just

^hal the

■* pew law dm-.
As stated by ro-mty S( ho»»l t'OTumUaloaer Criais the expeniu- wUI mu be
90 great after the first month. The
.he fan ,i„
pan‘nts will awhke
now law will t- oiil«ir<-.l and w 1.1
sr-nd tholr ehlldn'n to srboid volmitaiily.

rntJ! this bappens. the expenrt*

rod

darter.

t

f'ome-,

Althon^;,

v.-yj

without

fiH-liac j

Sundsy

Schord j

kt^ee.

danciUR:

The act will Im- sm.n at St. iu^

Attorney jJ .1. Ts^wblb- ai»pi-arlng fo. Tln-rg*^ iSraml 4JI^?^a ho«»-* iMmt-lu

No citlsen oould attend j

such a convention,

him.

His isll wa« ^rl at
|i
hs!; he lnMi4cateri the aPa'r ’

|

rc.vi
Wfcc-I jKtr oim «.r ^
Thcr
l-» vanf* j.lace where h
«
t-in>.iitm'iot hi rem
tra oc-^..nm! ihs
iry an in
r:. >ib‘
of the
I**achian Tu

i. u
non of the future Mr. Mllllken advlM-d
*

*

dmppctl

Is th< *
- alarm fmm th. .It U i-mlniy Ho»,e(l.(m
n suh. ami unless the inrtanjinurmn'
rap be taken tml and this tube re •
siurcd to Ifs norm:;! couillib.n. hearing;
w.a be *lcMnjy«-ii lou ver, nine
out of t(a nr»* ojiM^cd
!>y catarrh,!
ImiMigraiiU s«-k th« C ltlfR.
The v.dtjjj'c of Immigration dn
I which Is ro!hln- but aa inflan-t d cm '
would f«H't Us efftwi indeflnUcIy. Ju the i.iist ftmr yenr*^ has ne^.-r I
dltlon of ti e tnucuth Miilace*.
1
We will give <»m, Hun(Ir»-d iKdlansiiesking of I he Jackson convention, he e<in:iHe»l.
due miUlon «-oti:c t>
for'airy ch-e of .l;eafn, • s traue d by
tdarcil particular emphasis upon,the country from :»br»wd l.-t»-i year,
ra'airhl lliat
llMit cannot iTt^run- I bv HallV j
they
nnr
fimilng
fa-ter
than

fact that jihe hex^F oonvenllpn would
. Catarrh
rrh Cure, ci-nd for c.lrcuI.Tr:, fn-c.|
Wlmt Is to iM* dtvie vxlth tUen-.-r
Ni:v
<*ti..To:cio. u:
j
gi\c forth »-ntlr<ly new material as th«*
V. .t (*HKNi:i
Sold by druRKi Me*.
speakern are alway. an entirely
Tal.c IJalL'e Faniily riII:4Tbr iamsti |
cnl M-J fiv»m year to yeai
of imnilgraT;..i» <irinA out ov«-r tl.
Need Felt Here.
innde tlio fejlilr
c!»nn(ry. A uwyl'Tlt
•^f their di>tin:-’!-n.
Just a venciif 'Swewtor Every M >
. Trlnmt*li O.Rr «l»%4*.1rs.
1 llu-in-ehe-. nb-^.clM-il
:rvl xeniiiM- at «4V,V.o,:r dive
menr* and tljen Profeswir Homlu-ck.
cTrav.MUoF-.irU
of onr
In hel *‘X II Irmie 1 .o! J
e • -;ie
the missionary emhuslast of the
Trav♦-oijiitry.** A
(rily. ued tliey sat in s:eie*- at u
„.Rh «.hoo.. .poKR ,.n
’ p.-‘itc en.K of ibc ti:i Ic. \vo:eb-rlrg
|niU i.lonary aKpcK-t of the «-""von.lon. I
J”:/.,
.
..
'the nvM-it.v of il nlh ;i:»J !Z:7.:U£
hi. fiiwi i.tai-m.ni. ihai tho ml.flonary ■ „;;,nnfn.tnrii.B
, eiic-li either.
field wn« a* wile as the world bHn;: p^.tcr dcni.nud ni- ui the verxlo
?
* llt uesll.v. lmne<ty-o:i ynor wo
the f'cho of the thoughts gathererl be | ^mr vxorke*^. nt:d
.if il;.- <
of b.moiw4l!d je-j like it, I n dr: fore him.
China was namx-xl bv theipliilns the eroxvdi>1 i dles nrc -b

♦-hdiibl Im* iKune elihout grumbling a*.spi-aker as the field of grcattml noe.1.1
it U nioncweM InxcHte:!.

P

ule Itarstar..
^ The nn.-t of Mil iinpert;mt b.m 1
burgbirs In
d in tbe Sx irt
bsving Jti-t Im , t« 4-fTis |,-,| in
ThirlFJHt-.MT'Tt’rmd xx otoen nre imw i
dor I.H-k «ivl k.-y><n«y:-Wfi- the an*tocraf-4 of Hu- prlftMuat-iiT; nnd dlsUsliUHl any oiM-iwthms hk4‘!y to yield
rny rex-utt uxmIiT
Ilu-y bml
a toxvn Im.ow.- s.f Mew ow. r,-: j yj.****
m yc.ir. :ind iv.inUlietl nt a eiM ..f
ISMI. Tlu-y bniT *4 o rt «-.>:iiitry h.-u-e
toar
wluf>- teleidnmcs nlid
•-Ic lric light vxrpc fitted, i'mc li irM-s
and «-arrbe.'-« >-rv«vl f »r Hi* Ir pb nqorc f-xa-ot>l.M.-*.; the her^-* in the
•i1»bb-«
pure br»-<‘il-«. ntnl tbeir
lawns .nn.l flewi-r b«ls wen- tcmhfl
b.v the most highly «|ii.illm-*l ganlcnrm tiny 44>uld hint.
Tlu ir* hist ex.|.1olt In MtV was'wprili over
' ; to them In wHuntb-j. g-»M mid din
nmiui-4.
Iluv won* divv.ei! in ;luflo.-st luatcrlni end lrtt*-^1 Li«lilnns,
T1m*f arri-skj**! xxejo caught tinring
^
lllC night nlliUt IlMWt ef tlw-ui were

but ..m* xx joi w riting n t» h*-i
an jM-e m: ref lu iMe-.-a.

Ini-cd in the larger cities sue!

,

THE CLASS In l-tet^rry stmly
Grand RapblK. an-i I| meettu , ' Tm-Miny.
TmMin; Nm *m. at 7 :.•» jv

la-;t but no! leaM Traverse City.

“T.-n . ,j„. Srhmd of Musie to reaiK-er the:;

flni«> asjnm-h money i? Is-ing spen: j name.s bo the m w tern: of ten v e= k .
i for things that > irso the race as Mr 1 The course a* ouilim-d x'onsbiC^lf t;.i ,'

thing* that isave H.' .Mr. Honibock saH. j study, pninunciatli.n. exptessiou. r.-a I
and as though In line with his though; 11„;;

and other writings.

\Votk

the entire nudUnct* immediately sang'^^m \u* gi\.-n In iinpr.miptu speaking,
with vlin. -Tell It Out.**

jmeniorv drill and n«hcr kindred sob

Keep Interest of Child.

;

on convention

-‘Mt
CHICKENS AND GEESE

of it all.
-.\*.> p.vr:icuiar erulowmem of natire
1* found In the Sunday »chotil teachi r.
but hark of it all In the fart that who­
ever teach*-* a Sunday schiml clas*<.

• I Thank the Lord!”

max ,-alJ at C .- liirb

Imptes |

slons. taking as his theme the g.xir
done by Sunday school learherK and

We have «-nough lo supply all onlc-r?
but first cbolc<* is liest.
JOSEPH SLEDEH & SON.<
nov foRi

that alone is the Incentive *

In speak­

ing of ihe public schools he said no
one

would

nu-thfMls

go

back

4-mployfd

today

to

th«>

twt-nty-five .vea*--

ago and In sp*-aklng of the preparation
of the S.inday school teacher the on*great instructor was the great Ixxik.

Rre Vou fioing.to Dye?


THEN DYE EASY BY USING

i

|!i
*

m- *.f
llic... K«id lu >
*” *
i; tlM* di*|Mifc.
be ot viv. e
I Sunday school teacher** training is
t> I4.ia Hill loo
-•Miuirrei ,u’er the iiml |
he shill know the Bible. AsTde
i
-|*MU t IH
dear. L at b-:iM, bnvc I fnmi this ti e teacher lansi have th-.»
5 ter finy me
not bcji n^u* .b« l
m-xcr km-xx wbojaM;it.v to Wp alive, the interest of
• • ,..y ,m.!it.r xxoF.
s. for she de-u-rUHl me - in dosing Mr. Gllbon paM
irn I
th*t
i but
®bose great heart was alway!b•s^ imrrul
I in warm s.vmpathy with the child.
Son Lost Moth|r.

;'

“Con* umpiUm run* In ^ car family.
' aiti through it I Uwt my mxilber.**!
WTtlos E. B. B»^d>of Harmony. Me.'
-Fbr the paM five years, however, on
Dm* sllghtf 5t ^ltn of a <H>ugh or sold.
* I have taken I>r. King** New DU^nery

"*€a$y Dyes'"
Ko dirt, no stains, no Ijoilin;; for ..hours.

Rev

Thomas Cox closed

the

Bugbec’s £ity Drug Store

ing engendered by the convention, say­
ing in fo doing, that the spirit power I

Iat

SOMETHING NEW
INCREASE YOUR ELECTRIC LIGHT

F'lF’TV

F^SEfSt

OEIMT

i one cf the *;p«aker* 'asked aH who had
-

CHICKENS AM> GEESE
I a definite ^owledge of the forgive
WV have exjwtgb lo supplx all order ' ness cf ihc^r sins and not all delegates

^h«i first choice l*i lH*<t
a

JOSEPH SLEDER 4c SONS.

- nov 24»-m

respondtHi.

Mr. Cox look the stand

that all shonld have a pooiiivc know-

ifc:

rhl* complexion aII envy me.
i ao seem so I’ll t
Take tlicm Rocky ]

faigher than himself.
He closed* his talk by expressing rh.?
thought of ail that be. too, was
tbe convention was held here for many
people were lifted u> God.

TRY A RECORD WANT AD.

He an-

aoaacod that on Tneaday etcnlng a

can

Dmnmml

f.iv. nlv's emlir.M-os all si/..-s,
and

tb.-n-

wT-il
arnl

is

v.f,uM
pri»sl

not
Is*

liy

one

hut

tn-asiinsl

jitiv

**lov<-r

Of lli,. uay.l.-

A. J. Wilhelm
SOUTH SIDE STORE

FOl: 8A1.K

l;y Al.i. DEAl.KBb

DEALCHa IN IVCRYTHINQ

DEALERS IN EVERVTHINO

DEALERS IN BVERYTHINO

hnjivi»*r cloth in;;. Wo know you
of VI .*r vou Simula w
\i»u.
u. ‘Wi-faorrt
\w-jaorrt claim our clotlnii" is l>otter than any other
that nmni-y c.an lmy~l»ul hem is the aiffon*n<-o, (and a moft
iin-. i Wi* ivirry a l.iT-.'rr s;ock ana make a sjiecialty «»f slzt^s otlu-r limigdont
‘ eureun-ly inJ! man—lln- i-xtra short man—tin* very heavy nan-all can ^(ct
, .im! wilii vi*r\ little trouAih—lherx: an- man> im-ri who answi*r tin- aUive
. .-mi] all want ir.'io'l. stylisli clothes. We h;»v<- n clolhini' store hi si ll elothin^f
- ai»a Ills I v»*rybo.ly. That is why we have
many sh-nay ruslomtp—but we
s*i ofTer thes«* inaucemcnle.

is hut iiMural^^^TTis th<* liin
i-h store Ctirri.-a tin*
u* I

suiu*.! In
a^-S'-rijil
that |.!i .


HERE ARE SOME DRAWING PRICES:

Fall and Winter SuiU $10.00
Fall and Winter Suits $12.00
i;.:-.
Fall and Winter Snia $13.50
’ ;
Fall and Winter Suits $15.00
v ;
FaU and Winter Suits $18.00
Fall and Winter Suite $20.00
; !
FaU and Winter Suite $22.00
FaU and Winter Suits $25.00

tueCovercoat question
bhouia lie Sx-Uk-*! at onct -now tliat onr stoc-k is so larj;**—when yon need il niosl—when
you want t<» bx* well dresskHl with tlit^'rcst of your comi>anioil8.
i >ur ov4*rconU show tlie luLaiest atyh* of tailoring art The Bmalh*st deUiil has b<5en
looked after, the lining, the buttons, the fiocketfl, iht* collar.

A lieautiful imported ox*ercoat linod, ('anadian mink and otter ooFlnr. «*lls for $00.00; an
imp»rUxl broiuleloth wiAli Canadian mink and genuine x»lter <*olJar, for $100. There are
two others, the fim-3t ever sold in the city, for SI-tO ami $175. Sec-Uicse beautiful overcxwtfi at once.

250 SEE OUR WINDOW 2Sl5o

J. B. Paige Electric Co.
PHONE 502

If

Fur liiH‘d uvercoate,the swellost and warmest overcoats that will l»e worn Ihjs soaon
A kej^*y coat, wcxjI seal liiiotl. for $:r*.00; a kersey limd with Canadian mink,
natural color, $50.00; a kdrsey with Marmot lining for $(>5 Up.

WITH A SUN BURST SHADE

125 CASS STREET

^.

A. W. JAHBAUS

ItHigc of the forgiveness of tbeir aln*
for a teacher can never raise a schola-

>it will tsmab and not tub
tub off
off

limn

iho

One Hnj-of ihoEf

You can buy a good overcoat fxir $(h00. Our greatest lim« are from $10.00 to $ IT,.00.
you wish wx- haw those at $1S.00, $*30.00, $2-Y $:i0. $:t5, $40, $15 and $50.

of the convention hd|>ed to carry It j
; for Conanroptitm. which has saved me along. The
delegates represented j

that lung trouble must 1 ^■op^^^entall\e* indicated that they
lie neglected, and how to care it. I t*^x-'re trying to serve the Lord and in
Quirfuwt rx'llef and cure for coughs t iheir heart,, was a lore for their school
and colds,
>c ami Il.tKt; guar-1
.
, love for the children. One paramecd
Drug Co. E. F, H.l
brought
•Trial bot
to the notice of Mr. Cox. he aaid. when

in

See our win­

Come in ami let us U*ll you about them.

Convention Did Good Here.
The

t-cho meeting with a review of the feel­

l»*fomul

Ready for iisin

Absolutely fast colors; no staining of the hfiids.
dow display.

tor of»]Kjrtunity

.1, ripir.

Give this store a call when you want anything in that
line. Our goods always give satisfaction. Carpets
made and laid on short notice. Window shades made
to order.

ill ihv\ soinc-tliin-^topl.

Cried HanmUi Plant. «.f Liirte Ib.rk.!
Irk . ‘ tor the n lief I got 1ion| Hw* k-!
en's A 111 lea salve. It cummI my fenij
ful runiung .-.on')^ vvxIilHi m JiUig .1: *
would heal, ami fro! . vxl.lrh 1 had sul
P is a mnrveion !
f.T***! for
v,.ai> *
and wound *. *
I.eakr of ruts, b ns
Guarantccil at Jof ^on Drug Co . V.
H .Meads and C. V. Pugbc. s Diuu
Blorei-; 27.r.

particularly inieresied In the work ns

GIFTS FOa SHOKEBS
• diriRtinasliiio olT.rs no Ix-t-

YOU WANT A SUIT OF CLOTHES

Hump.
“Kvervil'lng ^v^•nfLillg'lo pnddlni;:*
'
“Kxrry in.-uihful. frien s
•ding.** be -.!id iT.ncl.v.
“<Hi. I‘m s.. rclb-ved.
iMx!
aabl. as .n huge sigh1 rs.-:
<
‘ see. I fo>- .1 IW on%. r 11.- ^h ^
' Fame for t»e- jen.MIng. ;-,m1 1 b.:
, luivc >ot:uHMi,g. so 1 1o .k lie- . .
* rlrun, and J vai -fo zifiaid yon’d i
llI’-^Lv-langc.

All |M-rsons vishing to enjov

Prof.-I. II. CUlM-r: then gave a ten-1a'l'antam
mlnute talk

CARPETS and LINOLEUMS
RUGS, LACE CURTAINS
WINUUW SHADES

.

-......— - ----------- ---Deafness Cannot Be Cured

..................

;
ents who wure Indlff^ n-n* . whethe.- immediate pr«*paratIons’for the
son convention, advlslnir Jackson
* their children jsrere «4d“caied or not
rials, enterialnmeni and stich as woul I j
f. and If tl^* Bad not been forc<Ml to do
facilitate the feeling and pave the way
dWerently. would have Jie«*n content
(insncially for the'vear to jcoroe. Mr.
:
to have M them gone out lnu» thMllllken closed by saying that he felt
world very scantily t'ouippeil to make
the good done in this city by. the con
mn bc»n.*st living
Tbost- who dl*a»;rv«‘ with the law at vent Ion would lie lasting. an4 the cpy
f.-c

char?

waived^he|reading .V the charge ah^‘a* v.<‘!l r.s in lu i

Si a trstlmonlsl of th»- ui*dom of thTb«*sc wcr«* the chll^r< n of par­

(*boti

P»«rl FH|. the phetiimu-aal

*ei for lomjrtTfm morning at 9 oclfs-H

' And then, as though to cement ih- |

bad had only a few months* srhnnllnr.

ha-, a

J. W. SUATKIR
Wholcle »nd Retai|...Yo«t RelUbk Home FumMier

demande,! hn . vamlnatbrn which ws- ' In which vhe dl^play* gr»mt ?ktll an.l

dlfTerently

toward

whc»

voun onacDiT im oboo

against hint of acct^sory o. the ctarg-, >o.tng. Mis* fvn ha* alr« ady m l-b ve.j.
young mer. v«‘ea-'eaMe ^nc.-N-^s in I .-r ruumlo;;,. ♦;

Educational Organisation.
•A Ktate BtinUay School convention
U an educational organisation.*' con

tber<* fact that fioP children bare

Saturday.

ONLY $6.75
Same stove withoiii front feed door, only,.......... S-lTo
Same stove without front feed door or nickel
fcndi-rs.^only-................................ ..................

•h a Tran«^f(*- :

rlrr|imsianc. * tha- of'er*:-of iiK kind, rlmv-s

Usy McCarry. not Roy. as ua i pii .-

pell»nl

wtSlpboAl law satisfactorily answers all

lowed.

ih^a uIIs

N^rliOe' r. placing th- i obUiiy in clmiwcUT worlt. Tieol the s-.rvng i
i>o*^Kn.ly Im- whkL us said ti; !m> o;

Inspiring sessl/ms \

whehs,^(>h^hl<as we*e so euk-kly d*«-

%%nrpfloos in regard to (be new law.

presem will vcr> prolHilily live to

law toiR,-.! ihv
: J-jsf glvcher r
HidiiM.r
'Mucniain 1
will ma'.;v lex 1
tit by. happy nml dn
*-».* as a lamli.
,r. r<*n?s. Tt-a ot
John>4.n l>niu l*.

Thdr lao;:hnUie

lumjur ami amui.liig

question of Wll was act ; to th.- bi-^t advamage ib. ir v» f! Wimm

_______________
Iona ________
and no__________lower.l
bell* "T**'*^* *^* ItaU
afcsociatli
‘ .[jdlRlIluslonmcnt was evirr had than an I
nnUcr

The reftort of CminCj Truant Offio i

law.

M UMia

Tbev! quaint

stated they;flesln*d the latter procv-.V | *<• * of the i.ou«h«-ni dark.-v, dlM.la

pabikity ara “two of a kiiwT In

r

this and w^re then boon
noxt term of the circuit ciun.

His first statemen'

was made In regard fn the general Im-

marchant who • aconomiras** on

J

they <leslrv4 an examlna!lon.<)r waives: thU

jr-ml impressions left as tbe outgrowth

who

»

rimranv
it. JH- •

psalm by the pastor, the Rev. Thomas tbe Travenw Clly bn wery on Nuv. K-.. travesfy Mice:**.^ win U- *,4.en a» :?
Cox. aad again the song senicr^ w««. I*roaecutlng Attorney Cross stated be j Im rg s Oram! op« ro bu sse Tuo
fore tbe ebprt that as the case c<iul.1 ; Nov. i?K.
repeated.

law of racompens* m atora ad-

'

M.e-Ucr, tJ. I* A.

Helvllle n jUymc
sung, this being followed by the rt^d ] «o answer to the charge of bi^kinc I appeal
Ing r»f the one hundred and .thirtieth eaief ing and (eWiloui.ly burglarltin: rmart proHlMctlcn *.i this grt-a* mu

-economixas- cr^ meed and tha

THEE ImiHlAlliS
A powerful Heater just Jite
cur, heavy cast top and hot*
tom base, body polished, steel
lined tnsidc, hcav>' lift feedtop an l cast front feed door,
nickel fenders and spun brass
urn.


1

l>XT,n\ atmji' rk-r/f
At<k mut-ms for parilculmr*.

Floyd Th^d. F.,1 Knapp and Roy ! and chic of **ThiHK» We U-am at <
\ nthnslastlc audleaco. A ball hour o'
likewlite *nic Katichir Be*
*^>ng opened the aer\*lce. the lammar Main appeared Won* Josilr** Amll F. j School,
Pair of Pn itr K
inspiring •flag* of the coarcation being Nt rMn#?"
mcmlng at lo odW ; urtly”

vartNIng.

THESE PRICES
Require no anpunent; w/re willin* to lew* the retuh
to your o«n good judsment.

Incmimcnt of -gueeibwt Boe’* lotKrhe-.

tion and] Will Appoar for Hear-

rhnrrb to whtrh a moderate aadlonee

-As y sow" is IKa alamwrthi

S0th.|

! -RnrtUn* Orer HRl and
CHARGED |
j^erer Be

WITh) STEALING BEER.

An edHJ meeting following the atate
iBitnday school

Therv are aont;* fo-

Dale” aru.
to mil point* in MIchUflm. meUThe dainty to point* In other *tmtee on eonaeciinx j
tines TTithtn m ifmU of ISO naik^ of<
iislllni: station; except fbmt ttckn^l
I
__________
’ a chord In the hearts of the audk^ce min n;»t U‘
to pc»;ai* oast
P? I
__________________
„ of the listener
troll or At. ruir rb er la Cmaodm or to
ttrr the age
Roy McCmrry DemmnOed mn Citamina.| ,-oow It * incite* the nn •Cilceuso or'MU«»,iko.« j

1 THREE

.

ic

»hlch for want of a hefter urm I,

I audience
pL I. S. QHSm Ai
tht R«v. ThMiiM CoK Spoke on

EXCISIONS I
PBEMWjupm I

icba^ toemuidorocollliif or;

STATE PRES^SNT J. W. MILLI*
KCN ADDftSSStO MESTING. .

J w.gjofinjr.sisari

MONOAV. NOVEMB^ M. 1*05.

AMUSEMENTS.

BNIHXAIIBAl

THECVntNQIltOOtt TfUVSfliC Cmf, HICNIBAIi WNPAY. NOVCWWft lA IMA

mSTIBTUPIOMU

STANTON’8 KINO HEART.
The BL

»ACQgiRED TASTES.^

0¥AL WOOD 0»H »AW MILL AND fV7 West Ftoet strset. Tawday «vc»
hU, at 7;ie.
CkOTHMI^MrACTOffY.
There arm be a special aeettoa
Order of the Butem 8lar. No. 14T, tor aid as a ate
man. He was
tooKrmnr ereatos at t o'clock, fof with PresUnt 1
toliisuoa. The ofleers are reaoesteJ
to be the^ at 7 itoarpL By order ni toctocsta dCKrtbad to hto latest blograpber by bcw who knew him wrtl
■bow tost be aoBHHiwa anfferad at

TW Ovml Wood dMi nv Bin aad
aote »io ftetorr win sun op Mato o'eloek
toaorroe. to attead to i.
Moitoaf -ralM wiu, a ftdl ton* for . body, the funeraJ serriees of the late
osattoma nu. Tbo mlU has be« oo«rs
M dovB tor sotoe M»e to auks Tbo Wosnan a Belief Corps are re

gOME
lie Btobertotkcr ware grant frtenda.
Aa aniy four pBma
to this
to mention
namcn. He bad n rival for her aflec4iana.and her totber could never undcr■cand why she pcvCenad the rival to
him. One day when be aat on the porch
cbtutog with ber fatber abe callod him
Into tbe parlor and told bim frankly
Q^t she had promised to marry Ids
riraL Ue did not pksd or beg. Ue
band with a sort of rerernnd then returned to hto scat on

DEUCIOUS WoRad

QDEEROJiD PAGEANTS

Ttoo Boerocn booe AMr. • Mn
AMCIEKr FtSTiVAtB AND
their mUMCE CEREkWNIES.

OV8TEIIS to any styton

•tows Im
Bngtond has bad her miracle pkiys
from very early times, and many of
theiii, intended to impress Scriptwal
troths on the minds of the ignorant

WAWT AOS

FOR AALE-nnc llyety «nd toed hnstoeas to coeniy seat/town of Itod;
irreverent enough to oar modern ideas,
good ioemUan. Fbr particulara nd
bm none of ihetn, one thtoka. can have
dreta Myron Ttarto. Kalkaska. Mich.
vqtmled in grwsncws the Festival of
wife and
of a
the Aas. whkb was tostUoted by the ^_________
the qkeatad to Beet at the corps roomf todot «wr
to be
ymidfl of lOo Em.
too mm eagiaai. ^JThe sagtoes are jf Borrow afternoon at 1:M0 to attenl
their knees be­ ments evarythtog sccBcd to have Fwriarrh Tbcophylart of Ctoiatanttoo^
broideriet, Boadingi and In.
fore him. pleadlttg tor the Ufe of tbetr changed for him. The snn dk] not pIc to commcBoratioo of tbe flight Into FOR SALE-Bed tprlngs and matthe Obrttaa Bake, one of then beiny of thefaaermlofMr.Boberta.
------tress. 52€ Webster.
nor 2<Klf*
loved one. He Itotenwl, standing, to shine as brightly: the birds did not Egn*t.
•errioM At Mtj 5c 9tr Ti.
Mi hotae poorer sad the other of 400.
Mtoa lldcsi HaniMB favored the cold and ansterr silence. At the end sing as they dW before. Even the grass
-Ith
good
reference.
These two srsat
When iro state that we
trees seemed sear and dead. Ue
High achool stndenta with a irery pleas­ of thrlr henrtbreaklng aohs and pray­
men a beautiful girl with a baby In
firm of $250,000 caplul.
the tacUlltos Of the Bill to such SB ing rioUa moio to chapel thU morning ers be answered briefly that the man
havo new before thown the
ber &nna wa* aeated. aOrr having
Salary $1,072 per year and expensea
esteat that a ecfy Buck toner baliKti
oeeia tp abate the bra lad In solemn proccaskm through
variety, or offered such unThe old pupils of Judge Boberts are most die. The criMbed and dcopalring
antor> paid weekly and exiicnses ad­
shock Ue was dtotcalt
the
city,
was
taken
Into
the
little
tomOy
lefb
and
Mr.
SUnton
usiiAl
low prices on these
requested to meet at the oflce of E.
vanced. Address, with stamp. J. A.
goods, we believe it will in­
The BMr Back tots kaTO been started W. Hastings this erentog at 7:30 turned, apparently pn»oved. and Her faduT saw this ski asked himI tbe pUced near tbe high aha
UehUirtcd out the whole miser 1| iMirvir..
service was iwrfarmod: but instead of
Alexander. Traverse City. Mich.
terest evoiy lady to coll at
vIliKBt a load and worked very saUt. o'doefc to make arrangcBenta for « walked Into his prirmle room.
ablv troth. Her father continued to j giving the nsnal responses the |ieopk*
-My
oww
heart
was
wrong
^ith
i^ov
ro-u*
onoo and see them.
taaieir this week they are beto^
anguish. It seemed to me that'Mr. poltoh hto giasMes carefully and then < «U brayed as tondJy as they could. A
oowBcted ap and wlU be staned wli*i
! hymu in praise of the aas* was also
gin at P. M.
Two petitions for the appotatment Htautnn muat be a demon, the very in- aakl:
CHINA~Ko niatUT what
a toll load by Wednemtoy. It to ex-Wiminen folks is mighty ou-arUn | "WMS. ihc ctmgregaition >>lntog aa tondyou are looking for in this
admlolitrators In the Greer estaic camadoo of crortty and lyraiiny.
nov 20-!f
peeUd. The rest of the week will he
-I was so dazed that, forgetting my­ Tittciv.** Her father saW nothing: O' as they couW in the bee hawThoros.
fine, call at tho Economy
ero filed In Probaic conn by Mary
speat to tanlM up the Birfitoery and Greer flatarday. One was for a gen­ self, I followed him Into hto office more, hut nothing would rhango her I This hymn to w rtticn in a strange mU- <
Store, The KD^at demand for
a few clothes pins win he uannfae. eral administrator and the mher for t without rapping. I found him leaning mind. Gradually It came to he gincr- «« oi I-'rem'h and mediaeval Latin!
Fancy China and Japanese
I of uloc venws i
over a desk, his fatv bmied In hto ally known tloit be had been rejected
tnred but ibr bHI win not start rosu- special.
Ware is increasinp, and wo
bm
hands and hto heavy frainc shaken and that hto rival was the f
tony rntn Mob^.
have RToatly enlanred onr
thr^ first complaint to. be filed In with sobs.
of th
FLOUST
All the aachtoery has been plve e. the Jm>«0e court here Was filed Sai^
stock for the Holnlaj-s, and
I of lu abaurdity:
-f;od help me to do my duty! God alnmni of the name coDege.
coaplete oventaultoy and the mUl is
can please every fancy.
X Slmerow.
Max
Slmerow ^ I hHp me to do my duty r be was repeat- down for a fpeei'h at the alumul din­ Fro* tha country of the east
Grower and deijor in oil
now In excellent shape to turn ont a ll-yearvDld Wliltcwater lad who \r
angnish that I ner. .A month before he bad attended i Came thla etror.g and tuuutoou* heut
CANDY-Our Xmas canmu wno n *b,ji
Unde of Cut riowcr. in
TUl« able aas. be> o»d compare.
her wedding. No one ever beard him Uc•^y
toTfe^monni of work. The dish dr- eUhned to ho guilty ^ habUual trudies will arriw about Wedloads and pack.-, lo bear.
-I
quickly
withdrew,
bm
not
until
I
.•omplaln.
though
all
knew
how
he
sufNow
s«htBU»r
ass.
a
noble
bray;
pnriBent will not start at prcscnl.
nosday, November 22.
ttcy.
had seen a great light. I have lovril. fered. Ue was looked upon as the ora*
Thy bcituieotu- mouth st lorgn dlspfc
AbandaiU food our boMorts yield.
There arc about 200 souvenir pro­ alroort rrrerenced. Edwin M. Ptanlon (or of his class, and a great upcceh was
And oats sbondam load the fisW,
grams of the Sunday achool conven­ ever since. Ills own heart was per­ exj*ecictl. Wlien he arose a siutotcr
lice haw: Heehaw: Hce haw:
tion remaining. These will be sold for haps suffering more lutimse agony
glitter could lx? seen In hto eye. He lie-1

the
hearts
of
hto
petitioners,
but
he?
gan to H-’ak slowly. He took ns hto •
Apod and Unaly Aha Wishad to Rett 15 cents oach and can be procured at (•ompeUed to steel hh
*. Ue
......................
text -.Vcxiulred Tastes."
spoke at I”!
Bugboe's drug sturT.
store. The
Till be feels
J a*'* Sunday
Aaaida tha Body of Her Huahand
for the bloody duties
length. Finally ho said:
j O.n his hiiMk
ischooto of the cUy stood all the cx- within hto soul was w
and Her Wish Was Granted.
-I culksl i*i>o!i a di*ar f^riend some •
pense of the con\V‘nllon and 1if theae pa thy diMl sorrow.”
lime ago xxlio had Just Inufa daughter ‘
One <anuot help hoping that this de­ marrk*d. Uc felt hto loss yerx kivuly. ‘ TX'Uh >our belly full of grain. ^
One of the saddest fonoiato ever at- <»n le sold the i^x>cccils will ccleat all
serter may have
ednesH.
I tried to <-onsole him. teUIug him that! lira? out lotMlIy. bray*azaln;”
. ateadded In Ihto city was held yester­
mind the old amen:
The annual missionary roerilng an J whose lives I»rrsidcnt Um-oln siiand xThlle he hml lost a daughter he had , N.-x-rr
day aflcmoon at S o'clock s Im n all that
\\*UlMnit eaasing bray again.
galmd a sou. Ho aakl slowly to me; . An>J'nT'Ai
was BorUl wf the tote Mrs. Mary diocesan eonvriiiJon for the ^Iseopal
"'.MaylH* 1 will x-oim* to like him.
Ucc haw
church of t he diocese of wertem Mich.
GroLT was told busldc her husband
A more chcirful view of the
after
aw
hilc-like
l
do
my
cigar-but;
The
dm?
observance of many of the i
s gheii by a fellow
:
the cemcHery loirln OakeooU.
OakaooU. pur Igon w‘II iH* held In |(m.u Tees«Iav to
the lirNt few pufl s arc making me! old xvrrmonk*s was often made the oc ^
liini 1s*forc tlie war.
chaaod by the husband aeviial
se%<rml years Thurrday of ihlh w«>k. The Rev. C,
; cision if uot for w luii x-oukk strictly !
-He was traveling by steamer on the mighty sick.* "
aao and prepared by the ased cooplc T. Stout of Trare:we City will deliver
It was ill Kemucky. Not a tvordiais-aking. U* called a luigcunt. yet at 1
ilrcn'ii meeting Ohio to PiltHburg when lie saw a man was said ihxMi, but Just .ns flic svin least for a fesUve gaiberlug of the
for their recepUem. Yesterday, one Ike sermon at the chlldrc
ou the forward deck with n broken
pceiK-d over the hills the next dsy two i xrbole nelghtiortiortd. Tbe first known
day leas than a week since the hus- Thursday afternoon.
Tom Cmnr.tou has retiirm-d from a
band’s tost burtol service, the same
BThc quaiiUty of turleya Ibis year ia a liUlt* limibxl. but wc*
••nviiy to llnit sufferer not utlcudei! dark funus were mnn siiboiKUed I mention of the Duumow flli.-h of I»ae»m
will have enough for any and all orders that' may come. Tho
urrrlcc was asato heard in the home deer hunting trip to the upi>er penln- )T he demanded of the i aptali
tain, who ogHlnst the aky. There were two j glx on lo two ficoplc who would make
■she-., a romT.lned. subdued report-j oath that they bad been marrii*d a
stock is llio iH-st that ciu h.^ sccurod. and the pritv will lio tis
by Rev. I>cBaa CocJilln. who laid away sula. He mas verj^-KuccessfuI. having ^ilhnl that tlie man live^l In rittsUfl one fell, never to. r!.*»c ngain. It; y»wr and a day ana Bad never tvix-ult-d
burg.
then
nearly
n
hundred
miles
bagged
a
buck
weighing
180
pounds
low as tLo buyinji conditions will allow.
, flMi wife, the i|aBc quartet and pall
»«'their
choice,
never
hud
a
quarrel
and.
ahead,
and
would
receive
oliratlon
baarera offlctottoi; over both hushaml and a doc weighing 124 pounds.
^
If free to U* married again, would
The 500 club party, which wah to there.
and wito. while the W. H. C.'s and G.
A aiorr of vin.r u«go.
.rhuose the, same person, appears In
WILL HAVE SOME EXTRA FIltE DUCKS AND GEESE'
•'From a c*n»onter*.s cheat Mr. SUDVictor Hugo, .ns is well known, was j riiam-cr. where It.to iqx>ken of In the
A. R's^atiendvd In adiody . Saturdayj have Ikvu held Ihl.s evening, haa bevu ton promptly fw^mrcvl a m
ALSO CHICKENS IN ABUNDANCE
nnomooo Mrs. HalUeTlennIo was ap IKjMiwnetl until further notice on ac­ bairhct with whh h to cut ndiuts. Tak­ a man of exxnediog v.niiiiy. He had a f in-ologtic to tbe -Wife of Balh'a Tale *
pointed special administrator <a the count of the duam of Judge toorln Kob- ing a Kbeet from n ^stateroom lie «’l ■cuse of h!s own ImiHrrtauxn* which as of an Iready well known UtoUluNo order too aaiull ^or none too large to n'ceivo onr < ai< rol
often
iiiftnlft'sU'd itself lu rkllcnkm* j tloB.
and bandaged the fracture. He thru
•stolo left by them and the torighbon*
alU*iilion.
«.
During
Ihc
slog,,
of
Faris
In
Their
are
m.iiiy
oibcr
okl
Engltol.
who bad aaaJated In the last hours of - A report hns come from ilic upper brought vlDegnr and water from the
a number of i«liUcaJ and lllerary : olrvcrvancr* r-wuiking of Ihc udtiire of
cook’K room with whl(4i to steep tbe
the Hfc of the wife remained at the peninsula to the effect that J. W. swollen parts and all the way to Pltto men wcir dining one evening at hto [ a tiud of rmlc, ruMlc inignaut. which
hoBo over night, the home today being I*atchin. who Ik then? hunting, got lost burg sat by the side of the Injured' house. The couxrrKatlon turned on r^Hh the decay of farming ram lo be
111 the woods. After nii ab.Hcnrc of six man. applying the bath. When tho (he ho^rs of the Kleg,. aiHl the mem- ,,ultc d.ring out. .sm* arc ibo Twelfth
j hours from camp, a searching partv iKKit reached rittsburg lir hired a •car­ bora of Hie lu rty gavxMhcir n-Tsnilvr J day cx-lcbratlous of Hercfordsiiirc.
I am sure 1 bavo got
Ideas ns to the Ik*hi mcami of terminal- i (Humrslersliln* and the eastern couuriage nud took the mail home.”
went out ami located him.
PERSONAL.
Ing a. Suddenly Ylclor Hugo had an | xU-h and the Festival of Flow Monday
just wbat you are
Herman L. Swift of tho Br^ulah
Tam n—d m Trmt.
Invp,ration. "I know bow to do it." be j that was formerly held tbe fltrt day
The Misses Bessie Ilrezlna and Ber­ home for Iwya which ia located at
ItwkiiiK'forinaThe following Morj to one whi«b Mid. xviih siKh couvi' iioii that «.*vcry j that plowing was to recommence after
tha Vptruha.uf East Jordan retumej BoynoCity, delivered aevenil in­ Tom Hood w as rather fond of relating.
VKS m:cd w ith ht|K* and expevu : tlic CTirtotmna holidays.
!
this animoon from spending a week teresting talka in the churchea of
IIo was ouc*c asked to i-ontrilmic to a
Flow Monday was alwaya tbe first
5 ; in the city aa the guent.s rif relatlvcK.
*s. ' he x-ontlnm-d. "tomorrow I. , McMlay nfte? Twelfth day and to a
tho city yeaterday explaining’ the new Journal, not exactly giatultously.
r Iln^o, divssed In my national rety ancient fosllrak Before the ref!
Daniel H. McMullen left (hto aficr- needs and banefita of tlie home, hut at .1 small advance ujioii nothing.
Severol hundred dollars were He acc<intnl the terms conditionally— i-osiumc. will go forth all alone, uu-1 ormatlon the plowmen used to go
DooB for a short irlp to Elk Rapids.
that to to .say. provided the principle armed, and m^t the bullets of the ,
bouse to house rollci ing money
Miss Klslc Hanoi returned to her raised herti for tho home.
rould
I
k* profierly carried out.
Qcmy.
I shall be killed, and rite siege • ,o pun-baao caudles to boru^forc «rrRo^' Main, Floyd Theobald and
boma at Elk~Rainda.jU.to afternoon
Acconllngly he wrote to hl.< butdier.
Jll lie overr
j
xbe aUtut*s In tbe x bmvbes with
after a shori visit with.. Mlirs i*aff. Ld Knapp huv&not succeeded in baker and olbt*r tradesmen. Informing
"Over for you. im vercnily iuicr- [ , view to obfatnlug a blessing on ibclr
roitinK the $200 bond letiuirod by them that it was neeessary for the
hanaen.
tympany.
'
The rrfermatiou. we arc loW.
Justice court where tho>' appeaitxl sake of cheap literature and the Inter­
brow took ou
O. W. Brara
lights, but could not
The fit of Hickiy &
pul out
e.vminalioii this mor
orniug and est of the leading public that they Ulx-mpian frown. Never again did tbe . Hu^qiKh the festival. Tbe plowmen
‘ attended the <
Froenum Ca Clotliiug
still in the county jail. Jock ahoukl in future furatoh him with their unhappy iuterruplcr receive an invlta- ] „m,
their cleau while shirts
Saturday to spend Kunday at Northis wliat acUs them.
port with a cousin. Charles llraman. McGillia, and tho two men up for M'veral commodities at a trifling per- tlou lo Ibc tnblo of tbe poot.-UanWs ^ over Ibcir JaekeU and bedizened themhoraeaUviliu;:, Farrell and Cun. vviitsge alHive <-ost pritv.
_____ ___________ i selves and their ploxrn with ribbons.
He relurniHl homo this morning.
It will be surtlHenl to quote tbe au; as ih<r bad formerly done, but now.
iiiugham aside from tho thn'c men
Mfi. F. R. Horn of Grown nr. for bnrto’lipj* are confined in the sw cr of tbe bulcber:
V
I
•'
Blr-Rc»pet'Unc jxiur note. < licap lUera.
rived ihia morning to viiit her main corridor of the jail.
famili,-.
Is
f..r
ctUd^j.rou
little
ones
|
^sl‘ml"day
trr
Iw
blowi-d:
Batchers
must
IIw
us
feMdk Btock
Mrs. M. .f, Glnvia for a
mh-r iv p^I. und If so U- you or the read- Who fuu scHn.ely toddk*, to go gravely.,
mihllr boiisi*
^
An Kugltoh motorist has been tInMl in* publWk wants to have niral at pilme after dinner lu salute their luiivuts |
who says that
O. \v, Uromnii of Grond Bapida 80 often and so hiMvlIy that be h.ns cost >ou muM buy your or. a cir..
and say. "Tak for mad " ithanks for ■ be has himself blown the horn at
. who ntU'toU'd the eoiivouliou Inal Ishurd an lidvrrtlsement stating that and kill ymin^lvc*. I irm^m.
tin? uienP. Even viniion shake bands many of these rustic celebrations, tells
JLM STOK
vxirh iheir host and hosU'ss and go us bow there the plow to devorated and
I'ud iSun* In «'on«iiMjiu‘nce of this "pcrsociillon" -London Standard.
through tbe same fonnaliiy. In Gcr- the plowmen, tbe thrasbers. the reai»extuain, hr to .^m]M-lIrd to withdraw' bln sup­
Wlica the CtotHeh nwrrir..
man famUic*s that boid to tradition ers anil He earler.< gathcro*xl from
Cbarke Broman. Ue rreturned per: fruiii all rharilb-s, Iiuludliig lito
Two
feet
to
the
UKUal
atruli*
of
an

usual
Milim-.iptloito
to
the
rhurch.
ho.stbe same eu»loui pyevails. When tbe many a hamlet round. aiUrcd cither in
boQK) thia tuoming.
tricl.
when
It
walks,
but
wben
the
pitato mid vtlier iustitiitions.
evening meal to ended the |»ar(y stands
Him Koto NoTOtny. who iuu
bin! iK ahirmnl and coiumcuees m run up aronn.l Uh* table, and eax-h shakes clean smock frocks or in grotesque
boon at Ccotral T.ako for tlie poat
Death of a Child.
It exchanges It?* mliulug htrMe for hands with ib«? neighbor, s.nying. "Ge garb, gufstbout to tbe various bomses
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ijikc of Lake .\im fourtcviieriKd KtcjMi. whU'b easily car­ »x*gueie mablreir <bk*ssing the food). of the l{K•anTr^^iuging and dauriug aial
not fargx'ltuig lo Khakx- in a Migge^tirc
suffert-d the loKb this morning of ihcir ry It ov«*r the ground at a rate of'iwen- This is a relic of ihos<* faroff t
mauiuT tbe money I»ox. whii h to u
. Mn. C. L. Foaler w ho hna been 13-muulhp-oIri daughter. The funeral ly-llie mile* au hour. Ordinarily aa when food u js tbe elusive ideal
mak»?K no effort to proiil liy its lhi:ig ihat vjiine as a iH'rsoual t«ompli- ly carried by a man t allexl Ito^sy. dtoagofiBi at ihc home of Mr. and will U- held tomorrow morning at 10 ostrieh
length o'r legs, nod many blnls with mem from Ha- lH*iiy. 'Ibere to au <*cbo gni.M*xl with long ringlets and i»ettlMl*. A. V. Benaon, left today for o'clock.
cwto over ids worsted sto*klngs and
legs icBs
lean man
than a quarter as ion
long ha
of that cuRl*#?n among the stwlents of
a FDliim to OiiaU.
1 ually ust* a three and four foo
foot Ktrlde. I.elp*sie. vrho.**: intimate growling at corduroya.-MacmIlton's Magazine.
Flora Harwood who haa
DUCKS. DUCKS.
I ioflt rams to be cue of tbe
of all limc-s of the day to simply "Mablbeen viailing in tlie city for a wetx-k1
Get >our order In early for nice ! nature tK.»
that Kiu..!.
bird* 111-.
like
reiir An English writer says; "bcl-!
There arc no genuine native words
gxH-s and cranes extend their atiidc doui do I rtoe^froui tbe uble without
past reiomod hoine UiU mcmiiiii plump ducks. \Vc have the best.
in tbe Japanese language to correspond
lo Halle.
JOSEPH SLEDER A SONS, only when alarmed. Tbe OKtrtcli wben the ixassing flash of n remeinl
WTirch Bleached Table Damatk, extra heavy, AQ
with our words "nature** mid "art.it rnuN takes both feet off the ground
M«. W. C. Grieahaber and nov 20-M .
teuxv; ‘Thank you. .papa and
all linen'.............. ...................................
Frofessor
Basil Hall Cbaml*rlain. forj
at
every
•stride,
its
pn^rrww
Ix-liig
dMgliUsr Dooiia.. who haw been
uuule by mrons of a ixTie* of mrnpw ao for my nice ufhner. I'lease may liule a score of years profeasor of Japaneae ‘
speadinj; Sundojr at Acme, to-!
m™. b^w. Funeral.
rapidly performed as to leav^ the «b- boy get doxvnr "
In tbe Imperial university at Tokyo,
‘?tW»rf‘y‘odsy.
I The- funeral of Mre. Carl Brower. Kerver undiT tbe itnpresalDn that one
regards the absence of the word -art"
72 Inch Silver Bleached Damask, our regular
' MlMUoiy BIsfAen of Suttonsiwbo uiea at Iwr tiuaio in UarfleM
as a weakness. He thinks tbe absesmr
85c v'Slue, for..................... .....................
of a word for "nature" may be quite !
Bay pttsod^throogb the city this|sfur a two wcok.- nine,, followlns s
address on tbi philosophy and roligian tbe opposite. "Nature" be regards as a
ef ihe east Uto English was of good Proteus, at tim« a dclstlc aynonym or |
The
«r»f
Aewa^per.
held vcrterday afu moon .at 1 o'clock,
.lualliy. only now and then hex;
Tbe
honor
of
baring
produceil
fb«
enpbemlam
for
tbe
rreator,
at
other
in tnarriai^} to Cbiis L>-8tcr, for72 inch Fine Silver Bleached Salift Damask,
first newspaper has long been dtopnteil lutereating from tbe humorons p<
times tbe beings or things created, or
mcriy of lier home town. They
TUIIKKVS. TLTwKE\*S.
by Italy. France. Germany. England view when he attempted eolloqnial ibe unirerae with man left ont, or tbe
1.00 value (or..........................................
will Mule m tbe west.
Fincat line of lu kejb in the citv. and Holland, and for years tbe Briltoh idioms. After describing with fervor impulses of man aa opfxiaed to bto cocMr. and Mrs. F. Soele> loft this Get your onler fvr thanlu^ghfiv? ia mnacum exhibited a paper called the tbe fxage~tbe one who lan walk amid ac?ioaa acta, or that which to raaiionablc
ig^F to spoiKl a few days at
Engltob Menury. aald to have Ira fbe dilBcuhle* and perplexities of aor- and proper, or. again, with tbeologUns
Ul
existence
and
yet,
unaffeaed
by
prinliri in 1388. but whiefa proved to be
exactly tbe opposite. "In sbort." aaya
Napkins from 76c up to $6D0 a dozen.
.
a practical Joke of Ixirtl Hanlwirke, tbeae, retain his perfect aercnlty-lbe tbe profewor. -the word yiatimf
*Mrs, Jamos^Lively ar. and hOB.
Remnants Unbleached and Bleached Damasks at Big
A* the first Gi'rman paixr only appear sjicaker was looking abont for sooe fk- stands for everything in general and
JaiDos jr„
jr. left today to apesd a
JanuM
_____ _______ '
kforl; tbe first luUlar comparison by which to bring for Dotblng in paitietilar. Impossible
reductions.
irwkatj^
withiaali%^f
tuukey& turkeys.
bome.ihe idea to bis bearers.
to define and aerring only aa a wllk«*«D^tr>md^
*
rincKi line of tnrktys in the cr.y. paper, the Weekly Gazette, in riiUi
"Ah, I have lt.»" be said, pleased at the-wtop to atoto
KC2
Thankagivlng in and tbe first Freneh paper in bxn. the tbe rpcoltoctkm that rewarded bit efMiJhiB mominfi: for a visil at now.
priority of Antwerp in tbe field now fort. "It Is an expraasive saying of
36x17 Colored Border Muck Towl, a great
f\Q
seems to be estabitobed by exbanstivq your own langnage, naid to me by a
ralueat........................................................ *\JV
isaenivues,
rrbes. wntro
whicb snow
show o
beyond a doubt lady with wtioa I wu last evening
brabam VertioeveB convermlng. Take that familiar blpd.
that the printer Abraba
Moo*t to pownfOl for sood If dlTlneof Antwerp obUlned In 1605 from tbe the dock. It ia poMible to pMr a
SPECIAL and rMuUr
atTeltutoatj-ofoiroDdltto
Duebeas A
Albert and Isa­ bncketfol of water upon that dock, and ^utitoatwtboto. nratitapud
In the city, finely aerved, enly 2$ centa Arebduke and Dnebeas
belle tbe privilege of printing tbe first yet tbe water can never get Into hto tt «akCT* aad fafMd* wanos.-G. MmDUCKS. DUCKS.
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Tmr iriciMtf. nvini be tbe mm*
enaxnl. tbe M»e oM nmid. 3aHc.
ruu mr tere^ reel troe n«&k90v4ii<-<be fciad w raidu »bomr
leekoB I' jwt Old-cbe jear tbe
foIlM ww to Korope nd I WM Mt t*
AMt UftttUb's. TfMMght ru rtrock
u «inhl7 peradiM foroorr "
*^eU me ebom It pleeee.^ Terrr

dwHitmc lonir tm tbe etaiple. old tuhloo«I oljwrrmucee dm bed w<rred to
■Mke tbat 6*y eteed. out etiU In b;«
jKbM. -Voifre I
Tbe rrrj TbenkeitTbif I're been <

tof on mr life/
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ered ob WedBCBda.T.

•UbteoMrMpeldtbemenoffbe*
flme rM teiBd oil tide eat-*
Jocfc botteMi bie coot «ad tmk V mn if *tla on abmt noltee.**
blt lmt. ^bebeefctalMjfmilHni;
Terrr. Ton von't belOMMM Bear
Am wm u- In ftmmnyr
or aid bine cnian. Itan wt4e aA ^ -F
-WTbere m you mlat^ Terry Inten- ffawera for tbe efbtnrtere, hot abe
mjeihL -Jnrk, we ren’i etaj beta.*' .
Cktoi^ 44; nmiMa; •*
tbfbrtflliieTa#.- ' ilWMOliL. 3S; IteMMta. «.
-1 bore beofd It mnertei. eblidy bl
oaya fbeH try to CartlMe.ff4; CHmfitl ^
•IT 7«wr dart tbet fbere It be «Mb
wart oe mn-f - Jerk nmnrbcd. 1
Mawatu. €; BMt, ». .
win itfoem a Mbntltnte fbr AtiaC
MlBBa. «•: Mbaab,
^
Unmb IB tbe pffM of CnoBn Mnw
Jack ctanort at t
tbe.Kot^irtateni. »;
Agr
Ue bunted Uadblagly awmy. Tmy
CBltnfai.«.
waubed btm Crtm tbe wbilew with
Noitbweatera F„ li; Calrer. S.
Jitkit
CroaMcd rym.
earrirt wrf|bt tbe
8CIxmiaI7.K;M*BtBrtqr.g.
mere aa ft
WaabiBgtOB
H: Mlsaoarl.10.
te like ooe oTthoee mndenp edrmH tba a mra
Kbos, W; liBbe fbrwt. 5.
farm of tbe o!tr day*. It would bate mnnorwatatS. inmimfo«.T^
tovB; 4<: Drake. •.
hww wIM eooiqdi If Amit Batmeb bad eameinmtbeaiubmindfku Qnalatand
Uwa borne. BtiU tbere wae no i|ieetel tbartainr as Bw bad been In tbe fdnm
wmaBberg.ss: MteBikt.
awdlldkln*
bana ia It and Ibe rroapect of mneb
Krtrt Dbbi^ tt; Bawiatt Med ea, ,
en^oyiDcnt. It waa oat of tbe rat. de- tier dgnre naw la stately I
c-klpdir ae. Oooato Marfbo wooM look and aoft art IJN^.
KmA*mr,t; DrtaTBnMBtrt.C.
ladk conld not Mp bit eycn nff ber
after them. Bit by bK tbr donbt ran*
28:Oo(kC
iebrt fnn t be riTa eyea. erowdrt oct at be offeead Ma am to. tike ber out
allJiefber. with the lavfbter. filUac
ibcoi. by tbe time ebe timed to ffraet
Bet^y Aan.
Heldaibatib €; LoraHie, 0.
Belay Aaa elood ia ated of eaaoUer- Tetty wao qoffe bldda beMnd ft mtK^
GriBBOll. C: CWBOU. 0.
able rMooweare. The errdh of the to Jack’s dlsjtTi«t.
Boae Frty., It; Strlbam, 12,
RIs turn of ecMpse esme with the e»boiBc waa at etake. and fdw felt her
KeBjoo. 17; Oitcrheln. 0.
traaoc of ibo tnrkay. a ffw, brown
Beatofi lUrbor, 32; Wendell PU,1.
Belay Ann a mteKlrlnfii, Terry ligbed
iii»:t.
for Idarte and bor boxen, ^waiteil
Hyde Paik. 1€: Englewood. «.
to ailp off ber beory tailor made for
Cftne. 0: MeKlnlcy. 0.
one of l»er t»retty honae foima. -1 do
UlaconalB F.. If; Chicago F. 0.
j wHh I hr.d my Ihlnf*.’* abe oakL
miiioIs‘F„ 18; Armonr. 0.
Detay Amu amdona u renum kind*
tart.

! neoa fw^kindym. beckoned myateriValo. ft; F
MarwBrt. C;

m

yonn* aeotleman on tbe oeene that |
wnr xnanaamriny:
It traa «ome time before lOw was alile I
Towsnl late In tbe yfternoon tlia | to grasp his rmiiak longer yrt before j
'IrslM ironed up lieforc a lltlle rounliy ' »be could come to a definite
1 Sbe mnuldu t like to dUap
Jack suited frotu LB plaoe. *Vo«e but abe hadn't caknlated on golnff vto*
«*ut on the platform, won t rim. Terry? Itlnc. fate had a cold and hesdaefay
1 want to sb(B» you snmHhitjf:.”
aort of reeling. Who was ll be d got
Jack |»o?nted to a road on the other with him. anywayT*
aide of the trmk. Thov miles tn that . *iAome one who's never had a real
' slirmi'm and you
to Aunt Uan. ; jolly Tbanksglrlng." Jack faid mlawahs,chleroosly.

Jark sirring d«.m from the ear.
Caonln Martha had a rWon of some |
•i>-rs run across t« the other sWe ami poor city waif whom Jack bad picked
lake a loak Of tbibe*
op out ofr charity. Tbe Harveys wcpe
■ Ts'k»*u by at [Wise. Terry cooseoled. j «u charitable, but In the men foika ll
rive minutes later Terry started as | fprq„«,i!y took tbe form of Impolsoandrd some dlstcn
yoml them
Well, ni have to (
•'Jack, we're forgetting all slionl the jsaUl and went ttervooaly off to make eoated felkm* with a gencroua spray of
train j her preparations.
gm a parsley on his breast.
r’rc not.- Jock answered aa ^ a cheerful light fbooe out from Aunt
Jack's Uce as he sorvryed the
be follimcd her liac k to tbe track, de- ! Hinuah's sitting room aathe two rode ' tore nnd rcansed he was espectnl to
iMVied fu)w as the roaci itself, ‘ ll left , np lo tlie bleak twilight. There was cine It wna too mtu*h for Terry's
nf after we got off. 1 waa * the sound of singing.
♦ gravity
afraid y^ni'd bear It.”
t jg^t opened the dosr. then stotKl still
The storm had Uercased slmr morn­
-When U tlie iirxijrainr
In wooder.
ing. Jack gleefully reported Jim's pre••Eieviw tonight. However. It does
xerry In old faHHoned gown of plom dlctlotts ss to Its ISKtUig sexersl days
not concern ns in Ihe least. We are colored cashmere opening In front over •ml tying up traffle, -riu Iwving the
' g-ilug to sjicdU Tlinnksglving at Annt chemisette of hsml embroldeird linen, time of ray life.” he declared. -It's tbe
llanush's. I w lrcl Iwr yesterday to yrti(sw now from disuse. Iwr dark hair Oandiest Tlianksgivlng I ever knew."
•*xpeci ns this nfiernojii. I don't nn- pn^d higli over tall okl tortoise MieU
No doubt ss to that lieing a real
derslond wliy tbe rarri.ige Isn't watt
,uade a preliy tight as she c-our* Thauksgivliig cMnner-orsters. tnrkcr.
Ing.” Jack saw. -We ll have to hire .
demurely.
sweet and white potatoes, squash, tur­
« rik r.o In l.y tbe jrtovo, Terry, and ' cousIn Martha stared In amnxemeat nips. boiled oDlmis. gnrry. bomemsds
n here directly."
j ••yon alnt telling me." she cried, sclt- pickles ami preserves, .rsnlicrries and
new bread, both white and lirnwn.
•onr Annl
They dW tJicir best. Ja.ii sarrlflclag
stmnge eliiW dress
ill her estimation It wa-c nil wrong. Uanuah's niotinw's
ami riie himself nobly. But Betsy Ann's face
Ube nnsM f» waft liere at the station from no one knows what kind of mis­ sobered when she came to el "a r away.
for the next down train to the eliy.
-I was afriUI my eoDkln* wouldn't
ers hie. pis ee”•Terry." Jack said in the tone
ne of j Terry dn'W hack In astonishment, anlt." she sighed,
nuiet cruinjind she hod
hesnl I j.cHi mmle haste to expUln the young j It took all Terry's nrlhw and Jack'a
>iu« c lliej were buy and girl together. lady's trne standing !n sorlety.
‘ her cheerful
bUndi
; Cousin Martha'a confusion waa pitlaIble. Hhe apologlxrt profusely.
"The fun Isn't over; Ja<^
erry. •* By her 1 ig gray lie.ml
«ie made tier escape on tbe plea of to Terry.
Betsy
seeing nliout supper. In rrallty to get ami glittering eye.* I
Betsy Ann's o|>lnlon of Iheae queer act- Ann Is already nieilitating suiipef rIng ehy folks.
"Jaek, use rmwal snaalou: read the
Betsy Ann admitted tbat In her day riot act: three ten her with flie powers
: young people didn’t go rsreering ronM | ,»f me Itw "~
» tbe ixjuntry like wild. Bm slie gwvjqxS j ••rn tell her we'll aak for soincUdng
1 there wssn'l sny barm In ’em. Bhe'd } xvhe-a we're hungry."
go bond for Matter Jack, and the gal j .-1 must offer to help with the
• was n ivmsin of his.
^tilsUes." Terry followed biro.
• After supper Terry was snmmuiied j Betsy .\nn scorned the offer. -It 11
; to a «y>nsuhation In the kiti^hen frvmi ,io me hoap’* more good to here yon
whhh Jack was ligoronaly excluded.

^ {•*!!

-wn.L BATB TO MIBB A BJO."
*«you snd 1 are going to Annt Han*
nail's. I'll send a message to Mm.
niller quieting her frars. JYldty wMI
' go on there."
1>ny glamrd licyood him to whera
the man walttd to drive them, glanced
down tbe road leading to Aunt Han*
Bsh'e-gtanrfd and wavered.-

folrly vwrn out." she told Jack,
-wltli trying to i-odresl my Ignorance
ask If he might smoke Jnst ono
; in mafiers mnuary."
j * '.gar
■ Thsnksgivlag morning Terry an».ke > flrtsr Ann dec ided he might. Miss
: 10 Cod the world while with su;^wt her j Hanneh liehig miles sway. There M
window panes frosiwl. the w.m«w in he* time to get the place aired out tie*
1 her plrtnre a aolld cake of W. KJie | forr she got hdfk.
i ncsllfd down m the nna<'enst >m«sl i The dark rame on early. Jack kept
I fratber b«l trying to imvtw her .v»m- [the grest fire at a red glow, tcmttlng
' ace ni» to make the plunge and longing Betsy Ann's offer of a Ump.
I sadly for Marie and all the plras,i«t j -Hyn t It been joUyr lie tiked.
i familiar comforts of her onlluary Ufe. -Aren't ynn glad yon earner
"Yes," Terry asM slywly. -Too
There was a kii.wk at the dn«r. a fine,
responding knock, niul Betsy Ann m* rouWji't have planned a nicer Thanks*
tfrsd. ’Tve hronght yon some bot giving.”
-biippoaeyon Ift me try”- Redrew
water." abe said, freilng herself un­
commonly iboughlful. "It'a most half lilt chair nearer. "Terry, you ahant
after T. and the aaaalfea waitin' ter Is* rpnt me off any longer."
Terry nat quite atllU In the dim fire­
frirt”
Tcfty fohnd Jack walking aimlessly light bar face Ufd not look very forbid*
diag.
about tbe olttlng room
Betsy Ann, coming Into tbe peat
•Xlood morning." she said. "Ton
room softly and eatthing tbe low. da*
termlfted tones, nodded and was well

of yon. Jack abe Mid as* he settled
the
>bra snngly abont her.
didn't lake tong to cover tboae
Bm they both lirar4dit woDderfnI
ibiee mUea. *lt*a t pteatant looklnf new appetites to that country break­
place." Tenr aald when they atoppad fast of aaiMgfs and backwbr.vt rakes
before a rambUng old taraboiMe, "but witb homemade Mrap.
baw abut Bpr
Conain Martha did not appear. Her
Jack'a Tlgoraos nae of the front duor cold was worae. Perhaps abe d gH op
khoeksrwaa wttkovtTomt. He trted la^ and peihapa Mm
the aida door with aa bettor aucceaa.
Then be trted tbe bark door.
rO
» Tbne mlBOtto la»r tbe aide door give up powerful eaay. No need to
wat thrown open frtm the Isalde. and wbery 'boot her."
Jack ataod amlling trlnmpbantly on
With Conain Martha out of tbe run*
the tbriahoki.
nlag. Terry found her aenrIcM in do*
Terry foUawtd klm Into tbe low. maod. Bren Jack wna allowed to
square slttliif reran, sinking with a rrr crack nuts and pollBh apples.
plrainre Into the blgetiabloned rockThe big kitchen waa a boay spot that
er. -Jack, where Is Aunt Hannahr
morning. Teirr. enrelo|ted In a big
"rnfoTtimbtely for all parties, my hmr chicked
develafMd a rrtl
efcteemed relative Is not at home, went knatit at things, aceortlog to Betsy
away Tuesday most unexpeitedly bebe-1 Antf.
ve-j
If rd only
Betsy Ann
. the venerable Betsy Ann. Is
fnrbargr'*
Terry lookrt OUjiiI ber rearelfnliy.

iBotfhiad. "But l atrer TaiiBtd or
folks enmiB*. Me and Jim wonim to
wanted a Wg set-out. Tnrkey aai pte
wonld Te dose for ns. Bat a pulmaf

Friday aftenmon tbe truants raachrt
ibeFultew'. A Uughlng .-towd gatherad abont them ia the grett catranae
-Left bfhlBd. «iow boand. Tan hara
had n time." thrlr boateaa aaM a^pathetkwUy.

-Xei fr had aiKb a time befoto In my
Ilfs." Jack vowed, hit eyto aasktag
•Wciw there many tbecer a girt

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WlaoolpSr

M aiJTSr^ ihb B$:»4or
puau aattcmaattetlHiii^eala.
U wraaia oae oi tScA plays that Captala Kororoat m laid mt by Tterrlnx

IB 4e tetor*s pH

TkemeaKBefekc
•TaltiatraMtM
» traaoWWafWmcMH
jsilfc. «• •.•nt arW^4
- tto itw*
a w«s«>»s iw iae w

fimldet bmfir. tts
ru4iL 1%to tocto a toriM
ban. cltb<wteTLi a ----------- tbr .ton. tot Madr >»>*■!
Vart kr jard. MkMiM aaifeto «toj
Melxncr IB tbe tm Mktf belBg fbtaL
9mm
Captain Morcrean won tbe tnaa and
at S:M oVloek MleblgiB kicked off.
Wrabeta eangki tbe ball «i tbe ivc^
yard line, bet wna enable to nn It
imek. On tbe tret glnr, Wtmbetx
knleed two ykrts Broad left eed. Oe
tbe next pliy Wiacoaln failed to ad*
ranee nnd was forced to peat. Nor-

mre. to,
HoUl*lm‘« Reekr <

ficid. wiaw— a unr* i
.j.
scot rt tho diaaasa I
*hkk hto nood Uto . noaa «U .oI
irto4 tto cion at tto flnt toU. cooU j JobMoa Dtac Co.
not repel tbe fierce attack of the Wol*

Naftart Noada But Mtllm

roagh guard, tbroagh tncklr and
Katnro aeoda only a Little Birly
Id MMl. with BO gain of more than terrnow and then tokorp ibt bowMa
ten yards or leea than two, Miehl|Ena
•aa. the Urm-aeUve. ttad the Mfstoai
ndranced the baU. Hamaaond, Umi*; free from btK hoadaebea. eoaBtlpa*
etc. The famous Httle pQla "Bhriy
Rheiaacbild. Clark. Graham and iS.
Rlaers” are pleaaaat la Htect and pet^
Curtis acting ns carrier*.
Wlacoaaln'a oae*rard tine, the, Mdeoa. b
Sold by aU dnir
era mado a dewperata stand. I liver and----tbiitywl Itee M wna downed bi Wi
tracks.
Tom HniniBOBi ngBsked TwK» tto Baa toW M>d ttoa-Oe:rj«“*tkRMgb for two ysrts end Wedte fab
am was seat through for five*
lowed erltb n alaiQar gate. WiadoBgln
was pettbUced fre sBrta for offdide
Only fire ynrda stood betwcon Mlciiil*
phiy.
Hammond gained a yard fan and a aecoad touchdown. "Oety"
throegh left tackle and Loogama Graham again was gtveu tbe balL Ho
smashed throogh fbr three yards. B'itb
plunged for four ynfthL
i la tha -Mamrao*
two yarts to gain, Barlow called la
Waaka Advaneat Bait.
ly Vlrgtoar-Mlph Frieto of Hmtei** ‘
Weeks carried the beU two yards
maa. The big fiUtback plunged
manta to Oldwt TlmaBrCaft of
>
and HaamoBd made s Btmnar gam. through Bhulte's guard, but the WiFiana Durii^ Wtotar
Johnny Garrels Wrns cslled on for an cousin ll-c held aolld.

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Record Want Ads ■ ray

odtoiwathcpInyaofffBaft
Korcroas had bm able to 4a

ttbatl
I. tbdl

end ran, but adranacd only one yard.
Tom HasHDoad croac becked tor tbre^
yards and Marry Mnaunobd drded
left end for a small gala. Weeka took
the ban twice and advanced two ynr Ja
Vnia Nova, d.
each time. Mlcblgaa was then penalKatr.^; Virginia. 0.
Ixcd fr.ccn yarts fOr bolding. lUm
Cdlambla. If; Cornell, C.
mond trkvl for a goal from plaoement
Western Penn., M; Ohio Medics. 4. from tbo foriy-flve^*ard line nn 1
Bockncll. 18; Georgetown. 0.
failed.
West Point. »4: Trinity, 0.
Melxncr caught tbe baU In front oi
Brown. 66; Vermont. c».
tbe goal and was downed by Garrals.
Holy Cross. If; Tufts, f.
In falUng Mclrner dropped the UU
Amherst. i7; Wllllams.'v.
and a Mirblgan man fell on it.
Maioc. 18; Dowdoln. O.
With hve yards to go for a touch­
Holy Crots. If; Tufts, f.
down. Weeks was caHC'l on to act ■*
Yah' Frcwhmt n. 18; HarvarU F.. 0.
carrier. He galnetl two yards. Long­
Ann AriH>r, MIeh., Nov. fu.— man went throogh for two yards mor«
Cheered on to victory hr n crowd of and then carried tbe ball across the
O.WXI persons,
Une on n plnngc throngb Curtis’ treh’e.
dage that ever wlimwd
Tom Hammond kicked tbe r>al.
game on Firry deld. Michigan. Satnr Score: Mtcblgnn C. B'Uconsln U.
day afternoon, defeated Wisconsin by
Malxncr Kidca Off.
iba score of 12 to 0 ned therein
Melzncr kicked off to Tom lUmopened the way to win tbe undtepulcd mond on ike ten-ysnl line. Hammond
gridiron championabip of tbe middle ran the ball back eight
Weeks, l^ongman and HammOod car
Phil King's great’ team from the Tied 1^c ball to the thlrly-flve*yarJ
Badger slate, \lctor
weeks agv> line and tbera Wtsconidn held ftar
over Mlnnrsota. by the sco^ of 1C to downs. Harnmood punted to Wiscon­
If. failed to croM the WedSeHne lino, sin's thfriy*flve-yart line.
alihotisb fcveral times »n the second
Findlay and Rose h '
half, the Canli-als were wllbln easyj,f,in tbHr distances and Abe UU ^
siriking dbiance of the Michigan goal.j ovt
That they failed to score by a goal
nbilnsclW hurJh-.! for tbifiy yard
kick from placeimmt was due. not to being downed by Melrner after gcHIng
hrlllUnt wortc by the men of 1ro^t, but away from the other Badgere.
becanso Meixner. the wonderful Ill’ll'
Norcrosa tried a quarlcrhack
Badger quarierback. erred In jodg- hut was thrown back for a yard't loss.
Weeks could advance only one yard.
Thrvt: times this spoedy player, the Hammond then tried for a goal from
equal If not the anporior of Qnarte.- placement hut failed. The kick
back and Caiitain Norcross of the Wol- maOe from the fonr four-yard line, but
verlrc5. failed In his attempt at a goel the iwll went wide of the mark.
from the field. Onco the Iwl! missel
Bu^h kic'KCHl out from the iwent:
tbe goal pOEt by less than a yard and yard liur*. "Norky' caugUi the ball o:
tho:i«ands of spectators, not dlrec'ly Michigan's fifty jard line.
In line with lh«* po^ts. thought for a
Weeks gained a >ard« on a ermr
moment that Wi.^consln had ccorcd.
buck. -Ociy” Graham wav called bacK
First Touchdown. ^
and smaabed through left tackle for
Michigan scortxl Us first tourhdowu fivi* yards. Hammond gained thn**
afi.*r ten minutes of play In the first j-ard*. Longman wa% fitori>ed by IKvr
hair. I.ougman waa sent on-r tho line log and Michigan was held for downv
on R plunge lH*livccn right tackle and
Wrabetr. and Findlay galne<] four
guanl. Tom Hammond Klckt'd the >wrda and Michigan was pcnallr.<-d flv«goal.
yards for off-side play. Wisconsin
Made Second Touchdown.
fumbled and Norcrosa fell on the Wll.
TUo second and last touchdown cf
Curtis Makra aGioa.
the game was made after elc-.-cn roln
Joo Curtis gained three yards
Mte^ of play In the PcconH half. Long- through right tackle and Longman foJm?ii regliilered the tally and Ham- luwi-d with c ’wo-^ard gain. Weeks
motid again kicked the goal
wont through for two ranis, hrli
Toro Hamraoud. Longman. Curil-j the ball to Wisrm.v in's for y-yardllne
and Graham were Michigan'* greater Hammond galmd.
ground gainers, advancing the uil
Bush kicked out Irom the twenty
from one to ten yards nearly e\en yard line to Garrels. Mlcblgan fum
lime thi*y were called u|Km to act a-* Wc«l and the liall went to Wlseonsln
lla owa'^wenty-five yard line. After
parrlcrs.
Mithiga- Man Laid Out.
j advancing four ynrda. tho Badger
in no game of rcceat years bare a»- foi
omblcd and It iK'oame Michigan's ball
many Michigan rorti been laid out a? oti WiPCOD Bio's SU-yard line
fumbled on the drat play, hut Nor
lu tho contest Saturday.
At the end of the flrat half. Norcrov<. cross fell on the ban for a lota. Haiawaa rcellnd. absolatoly unfit for fur- mood tried for a goal from the thirty
iher play. Longman. Weeks. Harry eight yard lino and failed.
Hammond and Bhulte were Injured
Michigan gslned four yards and wai
during thc/sccond half. aMboneh none then hold for downs. Findlay broke
tut Weeks was eompolled to leave the away for a ran of twenty yards around
field. Denn* Clark took his place.
Harry Hammoad’a end. Corria tyerwiseonsIxL on the oJber hand. p’»ay^d <o6k him' and downed him in the mid
Ibrough the game mlUuHir a change iu die cf tho fietd. Bush punftHi to Oar
its Oae-up. althongh Drerlng was hani- rHs. who muffed the ball and Dcrring
ly fit Tor play tor.nnl the cud of the fell on It. Norcrosa was hurt In the
second half.
next T»l«v and from then ntHfl the end
*TIie Cardinals were cod:4dcrably of tbe half appeared to be conOderably
wealmned by the loa. of ibeir great
hatoack. Capula Vandcrbloom. Tbe
I Cot Balk
Badger laadet. with hla arm la fnliaia
Wlscodslu gltoud ptoaeaaioo of tho
watobad tho game fron tho side lines. UU mi MiebisBii'a thrtexBrt line.
Wrabc^ who took hla ptew. waa far Wrahetx was tackled tbr a loto and
ectiBl of Vandertdoom. Bev* MoUncr tried
oral tinea he was tm^kted by Harry jard liac bu’
Hanngndwox hit hroiker Toa for
Hammoafl kicked out from fh#'
losaca of fin oaa to five yaria.
tweaty-yart Ubo. Melzser camght the

taid. fladinc lilm aloM
I didhi aee Aunt Ban* MichlpiiplM. If arts tbo Aaea from
tackle unumk: that (be desperate pUy
took placo^ aoJoooD waa this for a
Une theft efiimHr
down one
urBtoto toipw inblborlald ora. Curtia.
tbe vetaraiTinglliil toiiilf^ bdtpteywd
to a dlntor a Ant, awl aa aid fltfh- Doering. anort>
two or
thfwe oecMipaa. otpiwttlod, Jda oppo*

"^’ck.” T«tt
later, -after all,

r aide ar tb0 Vne. Bertlrn nnt*
BnhiackBd nad It wa 1 Cbla

tall and raa ft back SRoen yards
rifidiay and Wraheu found MteMgau'a
line uBjieldtag aM Boib Ruated ti
Korcroti oh MlcklSBP*a ifiecn-yan!
Bar. Tko Wolverine leafier imn the
ball tack throe yards. Ftodlay Uckled
-Korky" hard end Norcrosa was laid
out agate.
Michigms waa unable to gate la two
irialg and Harnmood punted to Wl*.
tasrifi^ fire-ynrt IfBh. Tile Mfibr*
tat the tall talk fita hfirfia. ni'dfia
teather waa IB tSr mififite of ita field
vhta time Win talirt.'
At IWV N»p.*nli.g uf th. mtnm4 talf.

Bartow ^lgnaled for Longman to tr»
MafiMim fits.
cain and this time he shot across the
Shakespearo was fnUy alive to the
goal line. It had taken Michigan
elcvrji minute* to make the touch, muakBl value a»d home cntertalammu
down. Tom Hammond kicked the goal. to be derived from, era the cruda InScore; Michigan. 12; wisconain. 0 strument of hU day. aa the followlog
From ihU until the end of the game, seatlmenul sonnet to the "A'lrgiiiar
Michigan playcJ a defensive game. luHy prove*.
proven,
torlow allovnl WUrooMii lo htve ibe; "Ho* oft »hti> thoo. nr »uilc, mq»lc
toll ,11 t;i<. time aoU all of llic play^ ptairnt
waa In Michigan-. t<rriiory. dah««tMi-> CpoB «>•< W«**«l *«*l »>>oa« ntollon
ly cloM* to the Wolverine's goal.
i sound*
'
Mclr-ner playrt the fiaiurt* game of *. W*ih thy swtvt fingi rh. when thou'.
IhK pan of the cr>ntc»t. HU work In' gently swajest
winning back puiua^rew ch<'eni from‘The wiry concord thnt my onr conthe MIebIgan crowd. Three ilmea he
founds
hofcc jack* thht nimbly te^P
succec'dcd In getting away from all Ik) 1
larUers. until only Harlow rema!uH To kiM the tended In wart rt lb***
hand.
fbetween him and tbe goal line. Bat
Billow was equal to each occarioo and Whilst my poor llpa that should timi
harvc-*l reap
not onco did the flool and slipped
Mehncr i-*caj)c him. Iharinp the gam--. At the woods boldhfs" by three blu*!i.
Ing maud*."
.Michigan waa iH-nallrnl a total of
Al>out the year iToo the Virginal,
fony-llvo yards SKalnal Wiscoarln
went out of fashkro and its place wn*
twenty yards.
Prevloui to the game the betting fhiany taken up by the Spinet, and
war very llg'ul. Michigan money w.-m j later tm the Harnsleord.
In I7«n a rraaociably fair Harpslcord
begging al odds of ^ lo 1.
' r.»»t one hundred guineas or tWMi in
FIFE STRAWBERRIES.
jour money, and a gram! Harpileortl
raldy moro. some of/them
COM rtmslderaldy
fiomc Were FIcked Yesterday on the sold for ICTHW to Mono. A grand llarjlKncdand Frrm.
•'Iconl lo.»krt like cnir pnnwnl dev
K J. Swap., r.l'o h.is tho raanagf-. grand piano, only It had two key
meiil of the Kneiland fpilt farm west iKHidN, ono alioTo the other. T«i every
of the city. plck«l yer'trdar soil do- Inofo there were four strings. Ibrtvcloptyl and ripened liras berrin lontd in un’Mm and one an octavo
measuring throe a:>d»a half Inches in bIgl:«T. and it had Mops like an organ"
circumferences. cHTdhe same braneh»*fc lo couplo the octaves tosethcr.
were fiowers and fffit. Ho also louno
But tbe Harpslcord was only a five
ckjver hrxds !•' fr*li; bloom
Njcfave Insintmt-nt. ther»*fore smalt In
scale and v.ry frail In conslrocllan.
Such an instrument would be of no use
these dsia nor would It withstand the

BRONCHITIS

Th.j.hnto„o;;7i^:T.4.h.P.op..
Quick«t MMns 1. Cure it.
i b.mr, W.I mn»ln In plarln, ^dltto.
-----; I>„ yon know tbat a piano Is a goo*!
Asked! one day In his ft,no tin'qud v ; deal like a human bxly. subject to
tl.jn, -W'.iat Ik good for l»ronchl!Ur'| rheumatism, stiffening of the Jolw*«.
years tJd fashion. J cod liver oil ha i damp draught. Drm t set .It next i »
tM*en known to posses* the most re-j an oulaldo wall If It ran be helped,
markable curaihv and healing in»pe: ! j>on't. place It where ll will get lb ‘

rWrh tnvclopeU I'-s e.inulv. prlnc) to pUc« « )»r of w»««r In U» boito.ii
plr». It hati boon liEpo*»mlrI- for many of poor pUno. «p«l»Ilr In bome> tb
people to tak-e enough of H into their
bcatud 4»y hot air furnaces. In our
'Jghlj
famous Kimball Plano youH find a
aym
place provided
this. All you hav
' rontimu-d Me. Box to do I* to let down the front lowir
burgh. *^wc have Mnol. which coma
^ir,mtrwt*Hl form
form all
all of ; *>«»*?* »»**
<*>*’ i**'
boVonu
In a highly rourcrotrated
the modldnal curative clemrota iof cud I "When Ibe mater evaporates, fill It np
ikcfi from fresh j aaatn.
llvir oil actually taken
cods’ livers, wlihout a drop of oU cr
SpccUI offerinpi ihla week In srr.
grcaN? to upse* the stocnach and re
taM Ps work, and ph;alclaBa ^^fre* i‘
* at flto
of which are Ilk* i
that ll is the grcatrM
fhruat. bronchial snd lung trouble* io 1321. Terms 110 to |2« down. »i
known to m«*dlrlne.*’
ilo titf
l*«l C»bl«« pipnw.
Mlsr. Anna Bay write* ns that aftev Inc condition, to cloto ni $lt up. Pir.
fiiffering for five yean with bronchi
tJs. and ir'ing all kinds of medicine:, MU to noli. Al» « nnintor of nood
for toniuon..
without relief. Vlnol cured her, and nqnarc plnoo.. nil
WN^bave bandrt*da cf Juki such letierf. to cloto « moch Icn. ttou tlirlr rest
from%hit
and every aged,
peraon who Bcwda a kCBiing. atretigthcrefiHng and bioodmaklng
tonic
wriul^trr Vlnol on our guarantee to

jwortk.

PHBALL MUSIC HOUSE
H.UIlKEfcRO.

GORTON’SSr:
MINSTRELS
Compwy.

BIG EUB0PEA.\ SOVELTV

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MIMMr.

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Mft IKHM cW AM nMiir.
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• Mitar «r iBNavgorttMt
tA^
BterpiMm AarliK tM
eordlagfaibbl
I Herald tba ac>
••r. AfopiM 4M VMAa/
l»K m UMac CM MmIsiA «r fb« cm of ttda wkm
lagB ogtB
ooe. Valla! Toth mn arart fbr go6d
bi^. a«iA O Ml.
Un AIU« Tm TmmU» th« Baulc
. or that It U 1
C«Hr WOBMMI vbo t» alNM to barf
mordfrad ber AMgbUr'c Muil cbM« to be relied vitlMMt tbe bata. It mat:
ha« tim tMMbd Mr lo tbo elreait deUgbt tbe mUMaeo to Bad aaalatr
coin OB • rtttfia or murder Ui tbe ■graaUg «ritb bar tbai a alalM oai^

Offo oho* Joe rm vblle Um iBUor wot
pviilac him otst or bit mloon at Bb7;
Citr. baa bm dlmbarsed after a b«a^
iBIc on a citarge of aaaaah wlih Inieol
tomurder.
/
, ^
A lance aomber of etmalerfelt «nrer

»pmbielreBlatkmatKala>
fa tbe btulaeM aectloa of tbe eitr got
two or more of theav Tbe dollara are
fmor baitaiioea.
Owirgf* W. gbor; died aaddealr of
apopl^y RfMar aionilaic at tba Baglaav MaaoTaotanag Oo/« plaai. vbere
be van esfUofad. He vaa ooe of the
fraierDlir in Baglnav.
James Nontajtue. one of Tecuaumh'a
oldest httaJiieiui men. vaa fOood dead
In hU room abore hla atore fVIday
mmimt. He vaaCdyaaraof ageasd
bad bem fn bailaaaa tberc for tbe gvt
t^lnr^ght roars.
Kigbt aeaakma vlll be bold Is tbe
lUrrU trial, bei^iialag ibla veek. ml
Haaibav. TbU dmalon baa beeo
rrarhed bjr Indge Heacb In order, to
arold all fioaalbUltr of a mlitrial. aa It
i ft oolr au vaeka tiefore tbe expiration
of Jadge lleaeb*a term.
formerly of Detroit
William 1
pleion of having ddven avay from
Lovell with Urer)man Waiora* best
team, bai confeaaed.'. He aara be left
hla home near Oakville. Jdooroe eoon.
tr. and wont to Detroit with ISM in
bli pocket. He fell In with jovial com­
panions who got him UMP a abeU game
and bf dropped over ISOO bedore he
gut vlae, Dudley didn't dare go bark
borne vUbout the horaea, ao he con
curted the achemr of going far from
home and puHolalng a team. Lowe»l
vaa chosen for thla opfratkm and he
got avay aafcly with the hired taani
and atartrd for bomd. The liveryman
got suaplflona and acveral officers
wete pat on the tfsil. He bad a aarv
rov caesape at Ionia, and then traded
fcorsra vkh Judge Thraop at Lalars*
burg. WUoB arn'sted Dudley had
about tv. left.
Kecking hla brother in a place not
on the map. Marinaro Roaarlo, direct
from Italy, aitlved at Muskegon. He
will remain there in the hope of Sodlug aomr trace of hfs brother, Tho
only «ISe he baa to his desttaatloa la
r piece sif paper on which is vrliim
the words: “P. O. Box 38. Ploff, Mich. *
As far as can be learned there Is no
such place In bUchigan, It U bcltcfcd

tnam la mibaafod bf ibla ^‘ooitlag.'*
aad that It la eseeedlaglr bad form to
agpear oataide of oae*a born Is a baV
ieaaatate. Nov for as iBtcrriov wirb
tbe CadlUae miniaera.-<MJIIac Nava.

*

r.A.4agkK
eapM.oB M JMl Met, U at this
time busying himself traveiiiig aad
bnttdlag gsaoUse-tstKaiw asd aatl
boau. He U M UOa Umo geulsg thcM
modera gaaoUne tounebea ready id"
pnrtkm la tbe upper pmlnmlu.
P. A. Reed, one of Beultb'a leadlsg
mcrcbasia. Is boUdlng as addition to
bU already spaciona ecore. A aolld
cement wall Is belag baUt between tbe
store and meat market adjotnlng ft.
This extra precaution Is figured to
save fire Inaoimnce.
Tbe Maccabees will bold a bualnesr
meeting Saurday evmibig asd sft.w
the meeOsg will join dhe ladies at the
supper table. A good tine l. prdmised
lo all. and It Is booed all the Sir
Kaigbu vltb their families vlll rtend.
A church fair will be held by the
Udles* Aid ooclety to btdp defray ibo
expenses oontrocied by the erection <if
the pretty church. All are lnvUc<l to
attend as the ladles arc to be com­
mended for the miny charitable an 1
benevolent acts they have extended
to the vUlsRcrs and village Itsdf In the
past.
BeuUh. the north-end dlvUlon of
Densonla. now has a population of 4oo
Inhabitants.dortng the winter and
spring months. In the summer tbU lUt
Is swelled to many Umes this number
by the migratkm of hundreds of sum­
mer resorters from all parts of ih>'*
♦.tmtes. Tbe permanent population has
about doubled within the past two
ytvr^. which U quite phonomooal for
a vlllaso that only hsK the rich farm­
ing coiiniry uround it to de|>«-nd upon.
Pr»>perty has also advanccsl three
timet lu orlginsl value, and Is constontly advancing. It Is absolutely
Impossible to get property witbln the
business circle.
Tbe new Crystal Lake Protective
organisation U to be congratulated up

SOe. Bottle Free.

What Uquoume Is.
IhcvirtMi «r m«aMMaf,Ori**d

Mm
Where It Applies.

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WANTED.

MI80ELLANEOU8
BoYlb4f

"ana HoMt

axTfKJst -s£i

City. Write promptly, with refereoceo. Tbe Morito Wboleaale House
Ctodsnatf. O.
nov 18

<1.

OtT OUT rats COUPON

MMh Pnmi hi SSI

WANTCD-By a first doss engtoeor.!
steam filter and all orotmd mochto- j W# bava and offer for gale tb« Ml«; ooe who cmn install machUw;
. po.ltiootoa««Uf.ctoryorMM.
^
vlU fiwmlsb the bc-»t of refermoOsi 70 f?. on Ray Bt.. oppoa
; ability i I sohriecy. Call Btora. BalMlog on tome U nov sfiSd
at this oflkr.
nov U-tf ^JS^^*"***' bat can bB stod iW

4?,'irSc’C?.disrfTi.*if.r •

Ittb and Rossi# 8es«

WANTEO—At once, young

t.
West fitb 8t, OBit fif
procootlon guarantoed; firemen g.'t
IlM, becoming engineers at llTIi;
brmkemen get $80. becoming
a Michigan Ave
ductor. at
per mnoth; Instrucj i ,0,, on ^vood gro.. botvots
tloos by moll: send for portlctilirs: j Wame and Rsv Bts
positions
opening to the United j
Lot 71. and bonae. Oak Holghta.
States; state age. National Railway ', One of the bet.1 locatioss Is ibo etty
Tratoing school. « Boston block. ; or surronndtog country tor boM
bomo, 4
ocTM or land, largo bosno, poc. Bay
nils.
MU
_____________________
I and Ramsdell Su.
• i IS to 14 acres ton
land In Bmvood tovsIth* IMPLOYMENT
| phono I. 4U CUx. 8>
winter. Tbe Tickets"' are good until
3 40*t
ewnt of C#4ar Bss,
4 40 s iH n
west of Odor Bus. \
used. Huellmantcl bldg., E. Front
There Is cot
Bt.. Traverse CUy.
oct rS-1 no

: >osetaaMateeOBrafpUseieaenrews4

1 ksx^mrngartftaL*"*****

foiad la (bU Mctlon of Ibe eoairr oop of the Usi bplra of ibeUjpy p. ;
The Bonner U very warmly wdcoaeil 1 uto attempted to take these parks j
by Us many totolllgcni renders neat j away from them. The villagers, how !
UTPd au oror (hi. tbrirlaa tMloa <>f ■ Px.r n«.d«l .o,, thPr. «,d whll, 1. «.« i ,.i
'ip .ppouV Ui.V ,f Pnli
coODWr. ana It I. bop«i tbaadltor wlU ja arow dpal of -onpy. punp out ,lc j
,Upm lu a J.un.lt.1. Up
bo followpd arlth WMPa. aad pn»-j torlou.. The Judap* dcpldod-that tbp;,Bd A'pt «on:^ yokJlph.
vi.ppTlt). aa bl. pUnt ma. aboUy unJn-, xlltaao «aa amliled to tbP Mnr an-1'
tv -«ma .-barttal.ly ln.llnpd fo.
sured at the time of the disastrous | ending a great doal of lltigmilon.
arr. and by IbrirtlnP,, and hard work j Tbp Carf Mppcanille Co. rpport a ' oni- ^ay ai> rkWrly fPiiialp rarryins
editor Caap baa only bMn ablP lo re-1 b«ry lacrcKP <>f biulnpu ,lncp non-' a Ml bnak-t aat doaii l».ldp Tauiipr
atorelo Boaaoola IN popnUr and onlv py baa bpponip more pipnty amont ihr i aad'balktxl rrtljiUHi »i> bliu wbllp l>a
npaapaper.
^ lanapra. Sparral of ttaP villajccr. aro »boo*Ut 0# fb, d.-lU-a.IAi lu Ih. Iiaakpt BUTCH Ell WANTED-Fronk StepDr. J. r. Monrop. wbo waa adc k-i rpinodpllne Iheir bomca borp. and j, | •*' I-nnh -Up IlftpU Ihp lid
trat-t on the evils of
17 If,
mlo to Ihp Ulcblcan Siatc Sunday j oprtmlnly adda lo tbP boauty of tbe
bleb sbe bsiuled to tte
School pooTpotlon.rpporta an PxrellPoIjplacp lo cop tlip nicpiy palnipd and
-yanuiT lookpd It orer
nttendanoe at the tame at Traverse ’ modemly built residences of Benronla. ibeu said carucwtly:
leather valise.
City and also comments upon the prog-* Unquci-tlonaMy. Buclnh and Ih-n-l *T give you i«y wonl of honor,
conuinlng clothing, etc. Return to,
rt^s this orgsulssllon Is making ironla combto»-d. will Ih- a great sum-1 msdsm. thnt UU never dmn-e sgstn as
923 E. Front 8t.
nov 7-lf
liner resonlug iv-ion for Ohio. Illinois j *‘*Of «• •
" *rh»* •‘W'l'b
throughout the rlttc.
Jake White of Hotel lAke View anl'
Indiana people. Hundreds have_ ! IwrtiHl with ger-ut satlsfsrilon. full; LOST—Ulork hind bag contsinln.; i
IK-Ilevlug
had tiinde ■ convert.—
Marlon Perry have gone on a hunilnr. ‘
cv.ftage- .along the.
u..,..-,,.
fiM’lght check, some change
expedition.
pretty banks of Costal lake. Tlwy. of l
__
key. on Elmwood Ove. or Division
couri-o. In winter i
Told in a Few Words.
MU a very dull]
8t. yeslerday. Finder pleaKp loave '
President Denson.
I uots.
Cbts. CAstledon. Cumberland. W.vo..
it Uwird office.
nov IT nr'
Treasurer Hopkins hare apeparance os the observer sees the
Renolds
worse cough a
windows
IJMrded
up
snd
-‘rytb.ng
given Benzonto an tdiplnlstratlon thti
it In a few
for tbP onpomin* ainifr.
x>ming m.:.
winter, bu:,
^i,h lb*. Wirncris
Wamcris W1
White Wine of
Oil can weU be proud of. oi d It
vlllageiw say that Buolab resem-1 Tar.
bopod that they will again ne
FOR RENT—Rooms for omoll farallv. ;
choice of the people next spring.
] bles a veritable Ikm» hive when
cht-sp Inquire /„ T. Swan. .VjI W. i
NUh..pc« tbouaand buabela of poin-i**;;:;;:
"ZlroUoo
I i:igb(i-«n biugnares Werr simVen lo
Kli-vi-ntli stre<i. iMionr I'll* CIl.
j
New York before the war of tbe I'evjp;
imvlk.ifl
loaded he»-e and 4ft0 tons of rabl>sg>' |
clerks ar

.«..;!sif.3r.u.”LS=-is,”

LOST

FOR RENT.

S1-1S,'A

Is lire sere# U»«.
Dr. Wsshlngliu rilnddi-.i was si
l.nklng MV'siu unfortunate tendi-n„,.Ki.-:n Phhis
-.\ u,imt, r?i f.iimu-;
of lilts tyi»e.**
be said l;un»orous«>.
Bl midway Ibiawlkin-by
Idiii i.-tl liiUMtid.
.\“'4 r.iwd i-olleb ltvl.
iiu'ii said;
'••*1 will mil for tbe pidb-e.'
But Hu- Jini.m ier
a imi mikludly look tl|Hj I Ibe Uruilililig mile «ull-rit
•• n!.. I.bf Mil! uloiH-.' be s .i.l. -I 1.*.
i.i a ».iu.dl \\a\ inysi tf.* **
l.-d.l;.*i«n l*.Plb-tln

i!!r;v:

"•I'y*"iwlntprinoelcrk.
sll that arc reflats of four
a sriiool 111 tbe Frrlan distrUt of the
TRAVERSE CITY MARKETB.
ThP Di'clah Inn la baxlnc an addi-1 „.n,Hi at hla Morp,
earh ni 14 and 13 fn-f month.
city iu whlc-b. It is reports, twenty(Ion bum upon the aamo and »IU kIvp ; onr ..I th.- moat tno.l. tii hnilt bath
CariK-ntor. Citx. phono 3*il.
nine tlifTen-iif langiiuges and dlshtdi
< This report is made up daily. Tht R#>
the propriptreaa. Mra. Cora Hraltli.,
ji,o orninitnu the .hori- of
are tisisl.
more room to aecommodatp the travpp^,,, ukp
I
cord is not rtspontible for chanfOi
The greatest i.-roblcm to lie solnsl
t llDR poWIc.
govt ml yanl, of cemiut wall;, aro .v...
„ ,„„„i,;|pa tity. BARN FOR RENT In rosr of 2JZ Fihh
Bt; 3 atolla and pUniy of i^un fo
The new sales stablt^ feed and liv -! being laid here -and several eonteni- imt n the gatewn.r to tbe United
buggies. B.J. Morgan.
novN i:
cry bam of F. 8. Small certainly Is -itplate laying It in *hc spring.
| gtate-. Is th«- tiaftimllzing of tbe host
entdit to IhMdah. It is built aUuusi
A. 11 Knight. Buelah’s congcn*ai < of c-bibiren—not Ay the Mrnfii of law.
FOR RENT—Comer B at-*
fire proof and It U hard to find a l»trn^tonsr,rtaUsi and rlcai dealer, will ntlsc I
In
t. m|wr. bsblt uml speech,
and Rose streets, in good eonditiun:
that Ik more co&vmlently arrmngt'd. jhU building In tfie rprlnc and place r i
small Imm; $8 per month. B. J
The lk*otonla Academv his a
^
l*a**^«-*
under It. A-sui;o of baib j
.
tbe afr
Morgan
nov 8-tf
otietNlanco for this time of year,
rear, and U rooms will be lm.faI!cHl hero ami will!
jj,,.
j,,
U Cl
rxpectoil will have a latgi-r
quite an linprovemc-nt to his sbo.i. |.geu.-i^,
o’les RH^nibhusl. but'
202 North Bpi
when the farm wori; is fluUbo'l., A, £. KuigUt baiU fi
Traverse Ci»y i s*‘art Ulug. «-ffe«-ihe aud frullfnl work
streetr second building north of As
so^hal tbe farmers' sons
attcjid It. I Mrmt-rly lic-ing the
•prietor of ih> jH
dcue with tbs cbiJdrcu.bury ch jrcb. E. 11. Allyu. nov 3-tl
The ne cement bank buildtog at i Lewis EnterprlKe grcK-rry store. Our i U*riiof'« Mnifixine.
la one of the pr<dtlest biir fH'sf wishes go to Mr. Knigbt In his i
iwwg Som ______________ _
BCM blocks in tho village. The leb-jnew home and buklness at Bm lsh. ]*''7* »v«w wsw weix woom m|vi moe
pbone office and Benzie Banner plant.
No sakton.-i are tnlcratiHl in lU nzonta |
Idgctber with the liank. an- all locatcii and of courw- aic not necessary when 1

composed of Buclah's thoughtful citl‘ fiiun Ills hruthcr.
sens, have taken to prevent nritin-»
The work of fifteen men |n done by on Ibeli beautiful lake, which conialnH
a devicfi patented by FSmesl 0. Bddy, such a variety of acquatlc liclngs aiul
olty cniilneor ai lanMna. Ii I m -ueh abundance.
.!« n Iml.- u*f,»»inr and p<ih> miiw.I Mcmt*. Vouna t 01l.h« hntp pur
ilrslKiiPd ii. U,' UMd In pltclnc tflp i Pbanod a lunmacrp ttart of Und bP■ nnd flcarapk polp«. It «UI dl|t!i*ppn IV-nro«Ia and n.iolab. and pxconvert U Into an ejicluslve
h.c- b»lp and ptapp ihp p<ilP in nix miniiics. A dtwl Is on to erect a factory summer resorting spot. It U to be
plattdl. and as it lies between the twj
Tor the rosnufseture of tlic device.
HeihodUtM of Ml. Pleasant, through exiremci; of elevation. It cc rulnly will
the In.uience of ihtli ivstor. the Rev. ho an Ideal location for resorters. It
j -Yt^, pnr-1.** repllnl bU Hii
Joseph Dutton, are preparing to build U ooi of tbe most plcturesqnc spots in moved to Kerin, Mackinaw county,; the liares of tbclr numerous hllU.
where they will make their future | Eugen© C. Caso Is the Record repro., n,^ Uo.. -uml It was wnnilerfiil bow
n parish houst*. equlppe«l with Utn nonhera Michigan.
lumlieriaentatlve berr and any Item of news
forume*
dlstlimslums, game rooms, par-1 Ib-nsonla enjoys'the
ion, reading moms and the like. aU of!
^ »»***"»
incorisc- interest iliere. The vllloiprs nil c\ ' that the villagers may denlre lo be
alod and nileil over bv one oM of offi (end to them withes of iuccess and placed to the columns of the Ilccoid
which are to he open
* will be gladly accepted by Mr. Case.
Piihllr, csperlttlly the boyn and >wing Uols nod having two poatoffices. No prosperity.
nt me palm 0
-Why. bv
II. H. Howard has roceotly roove.i
soap.'--<'bbs
^ said; *.\ ei
men. It U the rxiM'ctallons of (he town can lioasi of having such modera
John B. McCall, a memb of ihej |»«Ut News.
MeihiKllHtH to Invest ahoiit ililny five* public hiUhllnmi. as churches and Into hU new harness and agrirnltural
hundnHl dollars In the buUdlng and Its rehoolhowmes. They are a credit to the lmplcmcn( buildtog and tvjmu on ex-' Australian parliament, ho been to i
.Colorado lately tovestIgaUng the suV :
But Faw gfi Frto.
* oqulpmein. It is the purpose of the people nf Bensottla and Its thriving ccUem bnslnesa.
John Meizaer-a'new warehouse is jeet of Irrlgstlon. He came os the ofil-!
lio^iur. so he has said ihrougb the sulMUvlHion. Buclabr
Eugene C. Case, the editor and mariiewspaiien*. to reach (he hoys and
>oung men who arc now making Uh' ager of Bensonla s newspaper, th-^
trmetivu I
you «at but besahstns ihidr headquarters. There 1« Benzie Banner, whose plant was dw'Mr. VanDcmon, Bcntonla's leading
Ibo digestive a|]
foift Ml relloctidn to Cadillac In the stroyrd by fire some months ago. bet
and transform all foods
plani« of the Mrihodltta at Mt. PIcsk installed one of the most modem friill grower and one of the first fniU
. Kodol re­
ant and a similar tmlldiag for this city. ww kb niner and toh printing plantk growers that ptocM^d the Michigan proibum. bclchnet on wxhlbltkm at the grofii flairs!
IndlgcsUon.
ht4d ot Phllsdeipbta. Chicago,
Louis and Buffalo, his some very 1
' roars, and >-our WTjUe Wine of
r 8>Tup has cured them all.**
. »##t durtkl# tor oil Intortor s
his home. Mr. VanDemco enjoys
dtottoctloo of shlpptog the first car of
fruit from Bcnsonla and victoliv to
Manlstto and was tho oalv Michigan
repreocBtalTO fruit grower at the CcatonnUI oxpoalilun held mt ItollsdelphU
In 1847. Mr. Van Domen has llrctl to

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Msasflt **waib bit little here bdow.” otfktto
cet ftst ttme msre It dewtdates Is nlse tot vtiUy.
Tmcsi fetymr Me.** wis ieftmt dlTttests.
bj idsy after ft la *the vawaA war.**

Tow w Bottle of Llmsosow, and Girm It to Ton to tSw.

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•peela] to the Hrealag BeeonL
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Bealab U a aaparate rttlaga twm BmaaaU. It fa uader the aame gorarcBleat asd U rmUr tbe baatliag sottb-

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COWS FOR BALE—Two grav j4 iweya
and ont* lIol-;teIn. 4 years old. B. J.
Morgan.
nov IC-tf

FOR BALE CHEAR—8 II. P. gasoline
Special albiition Riven to
engine, nearly new; will take other
of the ejro.
property to exchange. A. W. Rick
with Dr. I. A. Thompaon
crd.
nov 14-lf FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK
FOR 4BALE—On# accond-hnnd hay
baler and mounted borne power In
good condition.
Farmers Supply
com^.
' 2-12t!
FOR BALE-Farm 5 miles west of
tow«Ninciodlng aU Implements,
team, harness, wagon. 1 cow. calf. I
Chester white plgm 7 loos of bay In
bam. all the cropa, new house built
lost fOU^ large log bam. cverythlnf
If token at
Fl6r ptrtleulani oall at W. E.
•on’a, 43# West Ninth 8L
ocl 2341

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W. Elevemtli Bt.
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rpiztktocf tito Vinu, ft U Bitaiw^ wHiVh#
mul of good feeltog among
lor thk ffocBltor potoog.oad onffithodtottM lu mitliiiatoftsc brethren. When the
in on HgJtRff*- ^ enrea it penBUNatly. riltogn «u pktted and laM oat. nev!l•cml Mre* xrere «It« to tke Io««d«t
«*>Bto»'iMtar••«l»qre■•MM(*>^
rlbUo reerwtlM ud oUtoiMt were
m. laa toMr Ui«m bcaerolekl cUt*
•torn etotoed to eerenl tt tke vll-

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ml t^mirnnu mi ike
krmj imaekfe In gt. tmim rnmm
or Ton«rt Vo« Wfttaoo. a yt<» oC W-

ffttirs te tlw»

Anatrlaa ar»jr mm Hm- reoac mtm U a
coMia of AiiKtfl**« aiUiunr anon
WM^tesiaa. ' Prtvata V<ia Wa
apiAlu as4 wrluti al»<* laainiam. Hr

Ml 6aSr.ttk^ ^ If K rear, old aad ba. atadlod laod].

JVofetMr W. T. FoaUf or Ooardnlii

inriadlaj; <*<►

^ •frtaa tf«tallia'o( tbr Moaoa.aad
jam otoaaual to ibo dovHoiMaeat of
dbaraetrr aad taair. He bHlcr« that

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backache, ‘"The Blues

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waa M««m«uaa «puau Tan«7, ow i 8pecl*l to thr Brcalhs B^sord.
anlvMlathUMMmnrsBa^m irr ml Tlioai|»«nrt)U>. Mtcb.
».—
itUTm «k* AMorkaa fawd «>»
I John KonirtU »«d wlto totcod to try
________ M pmlott for a bor*»;a»d ralao a airt that camo to ib«o.
iMliadI te AtMa. The aaltaa baa •« wMablni tm pemda. iark la Jn.t aa
ja'lMao «bOn bla bnad. Mabaa ba«|lwy •• ^hetx Wn»K abort atop be

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Uleddinu
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Rich cut glass. BeanUful Chios. Hand­
some SUver, ELE­
GANT CLOCKS,
handsome wedding
gifts at

$1.00. $2.00.
$$.00.$4.00

HastalFs
SiWtbf Shat
We sell the Famous

bM jrmmdod arvoral tiaH« la flahr^i cot tbe ItaJI and aom it lu borne plaic.
Fox Typeprriter
atib tbr lattrd TorkUb aoMbtr. Iloj
*>• Jnbnaon rooHved a idler
tMaba that if Uk boya arbool wore ra.! ft«B bi. giandeon. Harry lllltlo. who
itaMUbod by tbe AmfMcaa l«nJ ibeiU at Coinmboa. O. whirr be mured
Ly-dla E. riakhaiu’
tuent *ir uliwralioD ol the womb, that
Wftttah would DOi data bUMfere with
fncio 8am Iti the
puan.l Initantly a
bearing a«wn feeling. InAammation of
m Irmr • affcbdlaf tbU country.
, ncerlhf c«I7)^.
iwwi r^inall thow* Tvn-nllar allmcuu of the okurlea. hackaihe. bloating (or
htuuuby uf lltttulemv). grnrnil clrbUiiy. iDdigra*
Mlaa OHvr Jooca baa catabllabed iu
C. J
Willie and J A. wotfu ii. li lui*% U. »i
inuUlgeOt
.\uicri.
iin
iwnueu
for
lurcly
purchaaed a
I or tunror, Micb.. pc
turn und ucrroujb peoatratioo. or arc be­
tk* hmn ot Stw Tork . •waraln*
rrarx,
and
Uir
aU«
At
KiKH-ialisU
agree
set with nuch Muiplomi. avUizxinewa,
<«M aMc • Mkool for taMkwuid chH- large tract of farm latul In Wddoo of that it iA ilu- mi.it unlxt raally *ucceaa- falntm-aH. iai«kilude, excitability, irriladm. Tbo cbOdfod is «sch clss. «l<! B. 8. Northrup laai week. They intcn.l ful remedj^for tvoxuanV iiU know n to
U,,u..rv.,u.n..^.sW^lc^^^aat huly, “aU gone and * wwnt tc
>• Of piAcrtesUy Hit- msw s«» sod «U! >®«oring heri» aoon to make their
left-alone” feelinga. bluea and hope]
^bsYosdMl apportosmo. to Irsrs. UIm bomaa. They ratumed Prtday to get
(fivt* even bent day and
iVitn Ir 1
04'»«. lliey fkhould reroemWr there ii
Janos bopM that one of tin* jir<-9t rca*ry for •emcHal there.
UMiuKii.ils AhVli Mr.. I'in'.: tr.i-fl uu'l inie rrmesh. I.ydia E- rinkiiiuht with soft coni, haitl
osuirs <4 irosst-r sm m rrnn-dUd Inj Sam WillU Iw. a cr.w a< «mk '* liam liBs r**dviiv*l this year from ihuw; ham .a \«. lul.it Compound at once r«coal, ooko or wood. It it
movc-swueh trouble*.
bar arhool. chUdmt who bare for any 1 siovi.t« lu.' Colllvi buildms to ib.. lot ivlioui iJu- iiun relieved.
Kurelv aucb tej^tiwuny U conviocing.
poaitivoly nir tight and
Mpson cot boUsd tbelr
asd I os the svenue whore It sill bo convertKn other tneillclne in the world hat
>Ir«. J.f. Uolmea.iif Larimore. North received
auch w ideapread and unqnnlgnamntoed to n^main air
bavo to »ta claam with the mile jod Into s livery bora and lo»Ue rooms. Dakota, wriica:
^
lied endoraement. No other medicine
faOoM nrs lando fun of nmlto nvoU
Mrs. ElU Dlnmond vlaltod her non
tight os long as it is
liaa Kueli a record of curea of female
tkU ridiealo the«< hncktrnrd ble one. Androw In Cndlllae. and of eo..r.e that
hi*!^^- Sffl^^r ;7rTtl.InR with Uikachr troubic*. Kefuar to buy any subaUtule.
URod; this is a pretty
aad atanb irotihV^I w thr tn«AW ran ro
pkyemuM.'

no* ln.y *a:.
nuta mr »VAtoni
in ..u« h a «.wdltion that
good gnanuiU‘0, but wc
FRKK
AnVICE
TO
WO.HEK.
Betldoais of .ljonltl* hove just boot: nnd child both nr.- didny
know it will do it. When
Remember, every woman U cs.rdiallr
CdoblsUos tbo Hfty-toanli birthday oI} U U said that some ot tho*<- i«-..,do
Invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham if
you buy a stove get the
Owi plncc. for ItcbM on Sov. 13. is.M, wbomlprauil to the nat. of Wasbius
original: it will cost you
tbnt .ibo llilio cotooy of twinij four ton Un .i.rtiiK to aathvr ih.- ».*lth
UndOd there and Piund«l What l> noi;- lylne apr.aU about, aro wilously coo My harkafbr^aiiin>fn.ta.t«are*llgt.iieund bam n uiidreti,
Lynn. Maa«i., her
no more than an imita*
a fkmrlshliuc city of coo.ldorably ovi-r ] sldrrlnK sbcrh. r to try snlkint. IjacU
lion and you will know
tOiOOO inbabtunti. l\ir tbo flr>.t timo* to Mkhipan or wait a Utilo l^npor an.l VvpuWo r.«.|«.nd 1 «.fcrrd«t«».,*a.- u.r ndv.c- and medicine h.v,- rc.u.nsl
you have the l)ost.
tomguy yeura all ihc aurvlvora of that! get
hrht hi woipht ih.« wind will
Mrs. Emma ( otrely, 109 Eatt i:th to h-alth more than one hundred thOu- [
iicet. Ne
New*
wrilca:
I tand women.
colony vaa pnwent to aid In tbo an-l blow tht i:- l.nrk
8l,eet.
w York City, %rril»;
filial celebration. Tonight iho Cham*; Monday will iiegin the <x|Hr« wurl: AA Ira. mkaiPt A^kt-A Wmmi BcM IMer^andi a
licr of Oommcmi will bold a banquet | upon the liookH of our county. While
to commoBioral© foundiTa* day. A‘no ooo la ebarp-U wiih crookcdntfty.
grtnltc ahtfl Inacrlbcd with the namra | the piMjpie arc UlMUitiEnctl and want »o
or the original colony waa unveiled it! know. Benxic ofllclala arc conalderod
Ibc eaaci apoi where the voyagera hoTU'«! and wll be until evhlenre
mlrbed.
1
landed.
I the comran- !h fnrnUhed.
\Vm. Joyce has begun lodgng for '
lUwr Admiral Slgabc'c and General
Horace Porter. cx-ambaaMdor to the Buckley A
1^9 iwrorae
Prance, who were the prominent llg- •OQtb of town,
David Smith of Kesnon City wat vbThc
lUng in town tbit week.
in nVaw York the otbtr rrcnlng at a
dinner given by tbe Loyal logkm. SlgsI is the simplest and strongest of all writing ma­
1«C4‘. In coocludlm bit apiwh. dltcountFIFTH WARD.
cd bit pan in tbe removal of the
chines. 11 dees better work, docs it quicker, lasts
barot body. *^.No cradit beloh
longer, r.na CiJSts less in the long run than any
Notice to All Paraons Interaated.
o on ]
me.- bo aald. *T aimply brought yu
other typewriting machme. It :s
j The tpocial aaae*?menl tax roll for
(or female trouble. *10*10511.- he aaya,
body arrooMi the tea in my batUmlip. -wo concludod to try Elwlric Blucre.
the construction of a trunk aewer In
trr had tbo great task of My wife waa then ao sick, tbe could
The World’s Best Typewriter
dislricl No. S (beginning at the interflndlBf Iba body." -He U right - aald hardly leave her bed. and five (5) phytrllla,; *a abiMit U.
sect ion of Botrdman river with Wel­
l^irtcr, jamping to bit feet ; -I wa* tbo aiciana had (ailtd tu relieve her. After
Strr^.Vm Furnished.
lington ttreot. running thence on Wel­
lakiag EleclHc Bitter*. Rho wat
f*aul and^rAdittlTal Bigmbee ww the fectly cured, and can i
lington street. Front street an«l Jla!lThe Smith Pra ler Typawritar Company
pall bearer." Tbev torgar*-blm the her
^ booachbld dutlet.- Cuaraniced by
road avenue to Eighth street, thcncc
Johnson Drug Co,. F. II. Meads and C.
run.
174 0rlawoidSt. DETROIT. MICH ^
on Eighth fitrort to Barlow street) |a
The recent dltoovery in \1rgloIa m A. Bugbcc. druggist*; price foc.
now In my hands for the collection of
a human tkeietoo which 1* beUevofl to
Augutl B44mont Hi has begun hi?
^jtho second Inptnlltnent. t''r''ther with
be that €d Dr. John Bull, who m yedr;; bOFlnea* training juti at hU father
I jtbo accrued Int^rent on all unpaid In­
ago thot hlmtclf in remorte at having did. having gone to work !n the bank­
stallments. the same to be paid on or
killed hit fHend and rival In lovo. ing houMO of Augti>=! nflmtxnl A Co. He
Wo don’t want to carry any stoves over
before the COth day of November. 1905.
Isaac Brannon, bat drawn from a de- Is doing ju.si Kuch lotiiim *ork a.s alM. II Haakell.
acendam of Dr. Bull. Miss Kate Me- wa>> fall* to the Iol oi the \oungoi.i
City Treasure!*.
\ncar of Wiochettcr. Masa. the tmry clt>rk In ihe esiabllthmcnf. The young
Office—Room 202 State Bank build­
that before Wr diwih Dr. Bull boon ! man L quiet and eorneal in mannnr.
ing.
nov Mmo
bla aUvea to bun* bu body in a plac-' teeming intern on matleiing whatever
ia the moemain* wblcb lie cbote and is brought 10 bift notice. WT:on he
$2,00 down; $1.00 a month. Connections freiL You
neter to reveal the aecrei of tbe grave. FhowF that he hat made gootl progreat
A Diaaatroua Calamity.
m.nv just .ns well have the u»^ of a pas stow all winter,
It Ih a dlsasirout caUolty when yon
Doyt who were bunting found the he win be promoit^l to a junior i»arLand you will liavo to have one next summer.
lose your health, because indigestion
bonea. prohaWy where tbo tlavea hur- uei>hlp. but far the next few yeaiw life
and constipation have aapped
riediy concealed them, on the ridge will Ih' real and eaniot. for August 111. j
Prompt relief can bo bad in
where they wort' found, wlih liule cov- JuM at tbe arti August Bidrooni
Now Ufc Pills. They build
gestkvc organs, and cure headac-.,
erlag. whieL rains have ditplaced. One trained tht* preM'Ut head oi the hou>.*
rlncsg,"t»nc. consUpation. etc. Guan
of the ^ys was a grandnephew M for the vatL respontibiUliet he wat to
anieed at Johnson Drug Co.’s. F. H.
Itaac Brannon and a grandtoo H pri's!- atsume. to the >ouagi <! .Wgutt DilMeads and C. A. Bugbee’s Drag Storei.
dabt of the tupreme coun ofappeaU moct it' u> bo trained for the task
of Wcat Virglaia.
which win be hts when hit father lay*
Jndgo Dcmpacy. •mayor-elect of Cln-1 ^own hit
clnnaU. wboae anccMa meant the over- ‘
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throw in ihai city «tf Oaorge a Cox.
Every Ounoa You Eat.
the republican boat, lived next door to
Every ounce of food you c
,1,0 U„r- in ,hv>r c.rlv ,«>-noa.l an •!
a^l to school w iib him.
Herr Grip, BwedUh mixuttcr to ihU necotsary tissue-balldlng matcartal. 1
I Cun...
country. Infonnt the atatc department
tbe food
tn ^Taahlngton that King Otcar now
of tbe condition of the
are coming into favor
It
allows
that
organ
to rest
Mrm to be known boreafter aa -king
and
gel
Mioag
again.
Uolieves
again
0(«W6den an^or the Gotha and Van- ing, Heart Burn. Sour Stomach,belch­
IndiUU,- ibtu rerivlag tbo aacVcni tltlo
Palpiiaiioa ol the Heart, etc.
of tbe awediab ruler under the ortginal
tom ol government;
Now that the prince and princesi of
Arc aim Tot Popalir
Walea bare ^ne on a Joiirnc.r to’ihe
orient there come* renewal of a-de­
toyoa U aftat i»
mand from India that the viceroy of
IW* fine line of
that 00^ Mull1 ^«c a ro>wl iK^raon.
thMe which the la­
THB rXMOUB
rr of the gran
dle* aie invited to
Asiatic drpendmo* tmHe in voiclcg
tkU neataiid. adding that iho >ic««ro>'
fbouU have a cabinet, the governor
#aAcral to be prime minltter.
Mrs. Robert LouU SieveniioD. who
has made her home to 8an FrmacLco
Car several years, it In very poor
benlth and has fone (o aoatbcm Califomia to rocnpaimle. Mrs. BtevcASon
baa idcoUM hernM with a IHmry
emerto tn San Froadaoo and her home
rttdicomwiA
there la a sort oC Utetary salon. She
•TKsd
roesaliy complatad a aew edition of
FarMtAAil
bar lumband a warts fa wblcb ahe has

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BiaaLINC WtOD MAKK CMAkira DKUVIRY-l^
FREE for the D«t 30 deye
with Raft OdalordenoO ton
and half ton loto

THE C.& TAYLOR eSL CO.

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