The Evening Record, February 16, 1907

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The Evening Record, February 16, 1907

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American newspapers--Michigan.
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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1907-02-16

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THE EVENING RECORD 1^
MCC4AL TKLS4IIAM

AY, FtAftUAflY If, lt07.

M«l MM IBl M LMM
r. AOAMt WAt FATALLY
•MfMCe LAfT NIOHT.

ir«M*r. Htiiif. Ml.

Ay Wiro to tlw Mraniac Ancm
Ckirapo. Feb. 1C.—Tbe no
car im tbe Harrlaoo-Center
no burned out at Omen and West
dam* eireela today. The elecfrielty
FOA 1^ fre to tbe car and

PATTD OUT HAZIM CARPET
UMO -HIA ftARC HANOt
THAT FUNFjMC.

STEAMBOAT
EXPLOSION

U*I pu.nM« wfU’STiirHck

IMS wete buigr nnd one aerured
from Mis Morrtaay. one of the

Th.* Tr4*A t* OfH th* Mdy *f Htr
r*th*r I* * FIM* *r
. «**IC wm BAf**# t* • cn%p
•Ap H* Will Oi«.

•^1*1 t* th* CvAAlAe A*c*rC

AHENDANCE
GRATIFTIND

Ksaff m SHI

ISHUi

WIAKL^AA TtLKORAFH UACD FOR
THAT FURFOAC. |

M*' L*k«. Mich,. F«A. 1E-^. I

Aoat Laiided to Car* for

AA*m* w*t *• Miy lH«rA*<l U*t AifM

•h*rt tim#.

• A««*«U**

AaC Hr th* ^r****** of

mlAA *fip h*<*lMii *f hi* Amu

H. L ftEYNOlOS, PRESIDERT

Mr*. 1. C, •r*i**r. h* would h.%

Mr. AdMN* fnak*« hi* horn* with hi*
dauAbUr. Mr*. Arowor. and l**t
Inf about • oYlook. aa wa* hia c«
ho tooli a lamp
room.

and rotlrod to

hi*

Ha wa* In th* habit of oottlng

tho lamp on th* floor and putting hi*
foot on A boo to ramov* hia ahooA

It

la thought that In ooma mannor M
tlpgad tha boo and f*ll into th* tamp
Th* flrot Mr*. Arowor kiww of any

"fathor** cHoo of agony.

Auahing into

th* room ah* found him with hia hood
undor th* bod.

By Wliw to tbe Rvenlng Rewrd.

New York. Feb. |C.-8evei| |>e
were Instantly killed and funr fatall)
Injured bv a l-riler cM.IOslon
tbe Mteamer VaMlMm of theTlambuir
American line, as she came : Inn
hay. Word was sent asbur^ by
les* and ambuUnerv. were at pier A at
t, ky P.ck«l Hill.
the
Bailery when ihe .teamer la
Viattera Were Well
The killed were all employes oi
Received.
vessel.
The explosloo took place on
Huldivla Wednesrfhy momlac when
HpecUl lo the Fvrnlnjc Record.
Klk Raplda. Mich. Feb. Ifi—The 100 miles aouth of Cape Hatteras on
Antrim County Teacher** and Patron**
lalloo. MW In aesaloB here, to a
BOceaM. fully hlxty tenebera. bemany vUUor* bHnp In attend
Laat ereoina and yesterday

CUT ABOUT S3.000.000

H* had *vld*ntly triad

to crawl awoy from th* flam** and hi*

s forenoon 1‘iuf. F
the Ml. Pleaaani Normal
with h*r bar* hand* *h* patud out
SS.H. speakiiiK on
th* hr* in th* carp*t and triad to
e Rural 8< hiM>l»i'*
drag th* body from the room. It wa* That Win *
Than

bayond h*r ationgth and calling for
halp. ah* oocurod watar and put out

riod tho^fod man out of th* room..

L. Kwlei of
Still About S4M.000 Above j
dellrered two
•'Aarlrultun*
Increased.
and * Furevs

The (ollowina officers vren- I'livied
t.MUy;
l»resldenl. II. L. Reynold*. Bellaire
Vice prr.s|deni. J. C. Oasey of KIIh•oTih.

Hi* clothing wa* almo*t *ntir*ly
Vice pit*shlent. Fiank lliMn>«*r. Man
• conaumad. hi* ahirt boing bumad off ceUinn.
to within thro* inch** of th* nock
secretary lr..*Kiirer. MUs Raker of
1
• ^ band. Hi*-hack wa* literally bumad Uellalre.
The neki meeilnp will proi.al.lv be !
to a cri*p. th* fl*«h being black and
He wa* kept under th* In-

nuance of opiate* all night Ian night
||y .

and today i* Jw*t alive.

jw*

no hope* for hi* n^covary.

|r^

*

Mr.

Adam* ha* lived

cr* being

h*r*

NEW ODD FELLOW HALL

Completed at Coat of gf.000-4. W.
Milliken of This City Wat On*
of the Speakera.

r

. .r

Bprclal lo ll»e Evmlop HrH^ml. '
NutthiM.it. ^ich . fVl. I« —With oppu>pt1alr cerrtnonlrH. ihr nrw Odd
l-VIlow hall
rvonlBf.
11 era* partlcolarlr flttlnp
that the dodlcaiioo ahould occur yc*lorday a* it wa* the *l»ttH*oth analtcnutn of the orcauitailoo
Ihr
local I. O. O. F. lodKC.
' .
A banquet era* «*rvrd and covers
wrnvlald for 6A0 pufoU The banqoet
vm* very elaborate and mas elegantly
pit^pared and era* enjoyed tt^ tjie ut
nuax by everj-one. Very eloqheut ad
dremie* wvre delivered by J. W'. Mllliken of Tiwverse CUr. ti. M. Dane,
deputy food isonniaaioner. nad tbe
Rev. lir. Hitribnrt of NorthporL
:
The new ball U a very Aneatmeture
aa completed at a co*t of $3.00*

By Wire to tbe Bvenlns RaewtL
Neer Yorti. FVb. IC.-The Poctal
ecrapb company will immedUtely beSln lo toy a coble betereoo New Torti
and Cu^

gouthem Michigan Aute Fair Trying
to Insert HaiM in th* gUU Trt
ury—Today** Mow of th

By W’Ire lo the Fvenfag Rfvv>rd
Alma. Feb U.—a cruasde agi
dancing by the student* of Alma
lege ha* been started hy the faculty
and tbe penalty 1* <xpuiSKNi for dis­
obedience.
^OMTge W. Child. Dead.
Petoakey.
Feb.
1C-Georgf
Childs, proprietor of the Ray View
bouse, aged in.
Must A* LicMWod.
Holly. Feb. IC-The oodbcil
pasaed an ordinance providing that all
tubles and all ten pin
Ikhall be-llcen*ed and tbe i»wn
eri. sliall pay |1<» for each and give
iPk) iMind to observe the ordinance,
of tbe village
Aok Appropriation.
‘oun Harbor. Feb 1»;-The South
Michigan State Fair asxK'liitlon
ask the legislature fur ;.u appro­
priation of |:.»b for premiums «m the
aubs.dv pl,n.
0*ld«n Wadding.
Rattle Creek. Feb. 16^.Not a death
has evev occurred in the farolly of Mr
Henry .C. Laroen-aux who are
celehniUng thelt*»^gt>lden wedding tiv
Their non. R. M. l.amereaux.
formerly publisher of the Nonh^
Qaxette In Detmlt.
CniMmd to Death,
tile Creek.
Feb.
Ifi-Wllllam
>er. a Grand Tni^ brake-man.
aged 50. waa crushed to death in the
Nlcbola yard lietweeu the engine and

H. 0. ALLETt^ECRETARY
elected' bv mo^r boat com.
PANV LAST EVENING.
*r»y I* Auilding Tweoty Five Fool
ruiacr and a Speed Aoat for
C-ar»d Rapid* Man.
‘At the recular monthly meetinc of
Ihe dliector. of Ihe Trwvenu* City
Motor Boat company last eventne. H.
Alley, business manager, wa* elect•ecretary of the company. George
Crooo, who has berrlofore a«n'<*d a*
•#ecreUry. resigned In fnvor of Mr.
Alfey. Inasmuch as the dutlea of tbe
ger •bmild neceai^rlly Include
of aecrelary. Mr. Alley ha* al

CLEVCNTH YEAP

irs
Easy
Walking
With

Icc
Creepers
We have m new ose
thars nwre coBvenlenttlMBtlierest
They ar« fastened to th* ha«l
of th* shoe with a cladrp. same
at skate*, and can
put on
and removed in an Instant.
They are light and take up
very little room in one* pocket.

A bran new copyright novel
by the author of "The Houbc
ofa’ThouBand Candles."
Considered the best book
to be found this season.

L25

City Book Store
The Hobart Oo. prop.

Exceptional Bargains.
liMt to wIiMt we are oflerlaa lost aow
atinveatory
We find several odd suits, some o\ orcoais and
odd lots all over the store that we must >»ct rid of at
once,L as we will soon need the room for new goods.
If you are interested in saving a few or many
ars, this is your time.
We cannot promise you these values ver>» long.

KUBECK & HOYT
Drive 06 Off the Earth
and all 1
ing and i

25c

ators. potinidm..
flat Iron* and fixtures. 1a?i m*
wire ywir houae. put In all

n

J.B. Paige
Electric Co

" They com* in all size*.

iFC*-iR

IV. -laty

LOGS, LOGS

Light Infantn lot w-ll

RECEPTION
L;: TO MINISTER

Valuation of MlrlilKuu rtlllnxids

in 1W5. tM3.051.0«.»
[. 1210.
AamwMM valuritl.ui In
2M.000
j
Valiiatlt»n In 1S*m. a* r»i
•207.5 IK.taiO
Taxes paid for 1!*A:,. $2,531 .031,4.V
Tax*-* l.’vi.d fill IHiirt. :i14l7..125.50.
Tax rate lor I!«0 pi-r lll.iwm.'
I17.404S.
Tax rate for IS«« ^hh • l.tMlO.
|l'C4C7<'>

lJUiaini:. F«‘l. l<; —The niUo..'.iU an

many

year* and i* w*li known and roapoeted
by the entire community.

-The
Port of
Missing
agon*’
n/mi

For S«ll‘»9 BoomD»-trolt. Feb 1C.—Capt Fred Ship
man ibis morning fulfllliHl his threat
varrants against the di-

Aolting a guilt aha wroppod it about

harderiad.

W. CHUS E DEAD

not expected to live, although an i

ITDlvrtmliy of Mlchlcao driivrnsi i

back wa* toward th*m.\

hlo body. ooUfigulMiinf th* fir*.

Fmetor. guftorlng WRIi

1

ixTiNoul

riM VftTM A OOILT.

Chat A**th I* *Aly

ICOILEGEBOYS
CMiNOT DANCE

mmn XH.

TO COUin HOUSE

!

ol;riCIAt PORICAfT.
fit
•undtr l«ecM»i»k

BYMUGinER

S:|i^

> t* M* •mA «*y toTiTlk. wan.
•atuhoay. m; M. w.

Pi»POCKETS GOT BUSY^

wusue
•nowm

MftTlillBeW'
FMiliMiii U til* »**■!■■ ilmri

Fivt crcLOCK comow.

jmikt

i.K*e*ae«l. ’ The state tax cotomissloti
lit St evening completed its rwvbw cf
the aasesmeni rt.lls for lOOC ami *n
nminced its finding*
The valnatlom
fixed In the temutlve assessment an
pounced on Jan. IS ‘hare be^ some
shat rtHluced on review, the original
figures being
and the final
figures ISOT.SlR.Dod

INHONmOFTHEREV.MR.CANBT
ALSO THE SIXTY NEW MEMBERS
OF THE CHURCH.

he Ag*d Gilbert
th* R*v. L. 8. Bit
Canby Mad.

The formal reception '
J. A. Canby and the new memwaa held by Ihe Church of Christ
evening and the church wa* well
filled with members and their friend*.
rate. Ijist,pje«r the rate
of the
MNWsion waa • very pleasant one
a-aa flT.tt. on
and was dlffeivnt from most recepwhile the rate this year is |lC.4k.
to new ministers as the Rev.
The result of this reduction in 1
Mr. Canby has been here long enough
rate U to reduce railroad tajes fr
tor the members ualK-come acquainiiil
n.W4.0:i 4$ for the year lOoh. to 1
himself, hia work and his famfiy.
4l7.no.CO for the pre*B>eit asiiessme
c program openeil with music by
a reduction In the total taxes|of |117..
lunday
achool orchestra com
l»oaed of ten Inatnimenis and the seThe valuation for the roadi
n was followed by a prayer by
tbttmgh Traverse City are: j
W. M. Gordon, following the prayer
lOOi.
Mias Olive Oob»on rendered a. very
O. RhI.I10.C50.000
110.500.000
iDg vocal solo and Misa Flossie
T. C . U A M ..
250.000
250,000
M. AN.K.....
1.500.000
a.500.000 Campbell gave a well chosen roclta
lion. Tbe next number was a well
P M. 27.150.000
2R.OOO.OOO
rendered du« by the Mlgnes Lela
Ayrf** and Clara Jefferacm.
This assessment. howev.T. U higher
than that of lOo:. by nearly ff.sno.ofto.
Nevertheless the mliroads will pay

The plant of the Motor Boat com
uty 1* well under way and aere^l
attractive boats are helng built,
t others, a fine twenty five foot
ng tonnch with trunk cabin, in
nddltloo to n speod tonnch for a Grand
In liehalf of the church the minister
First Tim* th* Atevaard* Hav* A***i
Rapid, party:
X* tendered a very beany addrea* of
bl*d TogMher In Over TvmMy.
wricomo by Oilben Powllson. aenior
Eight Yeara.
Herman U Bwlft of th* Beotoh
church. Mr. Powllson Is
oys* Home of Boyne Oty will apeak
In the fbUowhig churches la this city
Wllitom T. Steward of <^kia*o and over SO year* of age but 1* still an ef­
to«>rTWw:
In the CoRsmtathmal Bdaoei W. Steward of Detroit are to ficient worker. He said In part:
-Ufe is made up of aunsblne^
church nt 10:30 a. m, Flrat Methodist th* dty U> ^e a *hoft vtoliiio their
paiwata aad Oeone. thMr brodber. aad doQd* and atorm*. We a* a church.
paaaed throuth aU of tbeaa. It
family. They have vtolted from
to^tlme but this to tbe first time they was like a dark^thanderqM when
have all beea together ^ father aad Brother Ull^ oar taltfo gaatar
for the past aix
mother and the boya In a little
*«ect Nov. U bat
than tweaty-*4ght yeara.
there waa n sliver Itiitog to that dood
wbea he said be knew of one whom
(Oontlaned on Third Page.)

Faults ?
In larger assortment
and better values
than usually shown.
Our lines at

$2, $2.25
and $2.50
are especially
strong value.
Ask to sec

Will pay Highest Cash prices for

Maple, Hemlock, Ash,*
Basswood, Pine and
Tamarack.


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am.

7

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Traverse City Mfg. Co.
Telephone-Cit.

Bell 1C9.

Overcoats
at summer prices,
all new.
Let us show you.

■r

SEE HERE
Wc’rc Closing out our liiie oT . -

& Hunter.

They can’t he beat at the

The *
^Prescription
^Pharmacy

FAMUTIIHIBOI

!&i

WARD ROBES
U
MILK SAFES
KITCHEN CABINETS
are making.

Ask for

J. E. GreiUck & Co.
We Know
You Know

We make a specialty of prescriplAon work and are equipped
to give Ideal aervice.
Pricaa alway* reasonable and
alike lo all.

Walt^
Drug Store.

Everybody Knows -

Hannah & Lay Co.

'-Xl;

mraniK ucsou
"*»«&?« aaa*

WashiiClide Easy

Some Monnatiin Resafling
M Olft^
Bwk

.
WIS VERY SOOCEttFIIL i

iik-5-aXi^
ymwmm

BATiiUB DSFOBITB-A Bitfe book k |i«n

Automatic^

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liT «iio SiM* or tiw Mar
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M4 IW particlouaB ww «iwi otaHi
voB <w»nrad prmta#. Tb^ ■k«aii m
PM oo for Um bfwAt of IlM Uajrlovrr
Mob
tho dlxoetioo
Mitt Mmy
GMterfor Mib of DHralt ondacobd
burnt wttawid tbr prodikmtoo. Thom

dome VM «b<mp «ftb>4la aicBc.«Mcb
Jac taboMM boot blM». M>bor>.

^InmranwanTtbiag like
if -It U ibe lient wMb«r I
dverwei.- -1 dilpH »
poMm podgibV ft7%

Oare dividtUlit vUl do
ihdwork bett8g.qaibkefa»d
than any uiber wanher

PEOPEV SAVINGS BANK
XravcTMCIW.Mlek.

wanhtrci.»

$

$

Mias May Alward and Coy Hall ap• l|i ikm wpatMa-m
mred as tbe eloperw and |bey deOmcMD
Tve a gr«l dml of crwllt as they
cunti tlMl tW 4jgr of **tko oM ImM
only had one rfbenrsal. sickness
Ing an abandoning of the parts by
VM fbao. It la *___ 1rrMi torludlttf tb« tetlAg i
T^llalMCrapb tomnimeot and trU
fsh.ra. Mrs. Ongeo aad J. A. M-4Hn
llU to 6imgn» wli
ladjr and flatty j! wbloh Mvar* rmaf whon b«*
gue apprwred as the father aad mother
coMimdlet bar, biit
M or tbr day; tualaat. In a
the rlopeni
played tbelr |wrts
vosaa- bHaglMclntoab cooW ihh b.
vl nn tma berv acceptably. Mr* W. N. KelMy PiatM Went Laid for fimrenty and Be^
of tbo
fbabloi
natural was Mrs. Simpkins and Mt*. Tom
fore and AHm the Rangmad s
dOM fMmr ft la Jaat Imn. Tbr I
»o hr raorrty Ud lo
Fltaalng Program Wm Given,
McManus was, Mrs. Browa.
‘•Uncle Jdbn" Mrlntjwb bad a mal^
frott a batf aaatarjr ago -but vltb tba
ig ^
aonoroai volra ba
callrd the rarknu ttatlona. Mr. ^y
-City tent. K O T. M. M..
f'«*r oalr made one ari^'iike In the
craaaa la tb« dMUMd for MOilMri
No. «T. held tbelr annual Dutch sup­
;.irt, be proncLicrd tbt ^>iinntlia«
per la their ball last evening. 140 of
«r
tbe
rartoot
trains
ao
dearly
ihai
knights
attending and enjoying
tbe
«0I Um “old Caablooad notbar** br
tbo vera und«'r«tood.
be
the program which preceded the fea
mer l^rrls. Lucy Kelley aad Ijicile
lure of tbe evening, tbe supper.
vaym fraaa bor bwn inotbrr. aba
acme figure with hit bUrk maataebe Hoittday.
Meyor PHedrtch and Charles Perry
The Ulllan Russell Opera comi
both gave short addresses In opening
aaa a tbanacMaalar tnatnnd of bar and neat blue uniform.
led by Mr*. N. E. Degen. wer* very which dealt with lodge mstter* In
Tba Cbattennueh's.
daughter, arere much In cfldmee. tbe •Md Indeed as wav alio the male general. They were followed by John
babf'a both and fMi air tmmy barr
D C. Oer- Murrei and Ber. Daehm In tbelr amusparu being pUyed by lira. J V. Me quartet compomd of
dlffainot Mgaiioanoa. but In brr brart latoab and Mrs. B. 8. Bmltb. As lin malne, Ixmla Pannalee. Herbert Mon­ Ing German specUlty which pleased
U iMplantad a lorr for boam and lUflr Larkin. Mrs. Donovan was very good tague and Dr. 8. 8. Smitb. One of the greatly. ' Ju»t before supper wa* anroost pleasing parts of the perform* noun^etl MMsr*. Brodbageo. Thiel and
cbUdfaaaad la that rfi^abn ft kin as wna alao Mra. J. W. Armstrong la
the ebaracter of Miss Sophia Flper aoce waa tbe specialty of tbe Italian Friedrich r^dered a German trio.
to tba woma of tbe dajra of Un
Plate* were laid for seventy and the
who finally won an eager bnsbaod. As girls. Miss l^en Hannen and MUs
aad old laca.
Mr. Jooea. Farm C. Gtibart made gdot Rultr Roland. Miss Hannen pUyIng long tshle were twice filled. The toenu
tbe violin and Miss Rolaiid singing.
was a* follow*:
' Oaaarml IcLro^aU^ buiory df the but bis big hit was as Mr Arsovtoiiig.
Ip
addition
to
those
who
had
speak
Sauer Kraut.
a widonre' with a large and
KoaaoJap var baa at Utl bacooM
Ing parts there was the German family
\trienl<>*.
Potato Salad.
lag family. Aa a fond papa
nimpooe4. of Mr* C. M Beer*
Pickle*.
great sueeeaa.
Mrs.
.*r.
T.
Osborne,
the
passenger*
of
Rye Broad.
White Brtwd.,
Joalah and Nancy Potter assembkMl
urM Vbra tabac to i
vartous nalionaliUe* and tbe nsu
Chtreae.
to taba tbe train and tbelr dialog
bIMorTtsalMTMea
oonglomerntloo that baunU a depoL
Coffee.
Cigar*.
RnnMaa govatamant and abowr was tbe eanae of numerous •artgbs.
Desplte tbe fewness of tbe rehearAfter the spread A. J. Wlh-*. tate of
Tbe paHs were pUyed by Haven C.nrdtbroafib tbe eyM of a eoMmai
Angeir* Comedian* did a monologue
ner and Mra. Padden and l>oth were
geneial Ibai ,4ba —m|b.waa uaftt. that
tutu that wa* well liked. Martel and
Daehm and Arthur Sorennon then
tbo govarnl^ir^m IV fsctloos W.^Tc. Germaine aa the dude had
atUM to the entertainment with
a makeup fully befitting a Fifth av^
and tbal the aoldlera tbemwrlvei
songs and stories, after which Sir
that they bad btwn called upon to fight one awell and the little song he
Knight* Wilkins and Frtedrlch went
fitted In well with the part. Mr. and
tmwortblly. Tbe alngle track railroad MA. Martindale were excellent Mli*s
three fast rtmnds In the roped arena.
C. C. Hogan Is a Candidate for the I
waa another great hindrance and
The latter wa*' In b«-tter form than
Louise Buck was Mrs Martlntl.il- and
[ionent and at the gong .which
cording to KnropaUln'a view, 1i
tbe way she kept A B Cook worhlug
tlie third round, he retired to
made her fully live up to her pmeram
•tfbage that RuaaU made the abov
dearriptloo. a ’Tuaay woman.*' Mr
that U did In the great struggle.
Cook s troubles were not all caused
fopaUdn's Indictment Is nothing i
by his wife as he lost his nephew llran nomlnatW* for momh-r .»f he
as foUowers of the war were cognl •Httle IM Baker."
iMiartl of public works.
Three charming rity girls suddenli
Mr. Hogan wa* elected for a llirwc
appeared and leaned the dudle, th-.r year term two year* ago but was legwere Mlaaes May Alward. Louise Buck UlaUHl out trf office last spring.
Lander, Wyoming, has a Spartan and Miss Sheldon. Dr. 8. 8 Smith Now he thinks that be will iiy If asaln
was a gns.ro fmm the country
landlord. TbU man ow ned a val
ranch so The makeup effectually Ftnh ward oh well as thnuighom the
houaa occupied'by a tenant
concealed the real doctor and tbe city
wouldn’t pay bis rent. The landlord reube was the rocHit apparent,
Mr. Hogan was a roeuibe- of tbe
gave tbe tenant due nolle.* l.ui
hrtde was Miss May Motherslll and watcr. board until that liodj wav Ulsshe also took the character in ar
ioued and 1has held men. wan* «.*f
mnn persisted aad tbe rmtuli wa
crmtlnued
cellent
manner.
Tlie
gresun
bad
flee*
alnre the (
moraiag he awakened to find the
friends. Cuy Hall and l>.uls Parmi
boase on fire and made bis gat
ICC 18 ROTTON.
and tbelr roskt^ups were startling.
The NcPlham Bu*lnc*« college wa*
Just before the roof fell in.
Mias May Alward waa a friend of lire
method waa effective but it Is not ex- bride bs was also Miss Sheldon. Char- Fishermen Take Long Chrncet on the iven a pleasant «un»ri*e Friday afterxm when the *tudent» were awak­
•aasdmbn How.
pectad Chat It win be put Into genera lotle Isgrig as Cas»ap<<a caused many
ened
from tire 4nU monotony of the
Fishermen
near
South
euion
rtrfei
practice by the landibards of the laughs.
The colored quality folks*'wree: Har­ bridge are taking many chances when much dreaded
ley Umpriebt. Spencer Staake. Mr*. they attempt to flsh thnmga the Ice Ilona." It bad
CO day* like }-«sterday and today, nv* out the day that
The Grand Rapids Pres* says that J. V. MeUtoah and Mrs 8. 8. BmMh Ice 1* several Incbca thick but so rot­ wore an unuguaUg hniad amUe. ao
They were all excellent, the makeups
an epidemic of poetry baa bvokmi out being funy In kc ping with a negro ten that one Wow on an ax will put a brood Indeed lhat i he rei^
large bole In It. There have been a her* of the faculty .andi even ^he JanV
over the aUle, It probably origtaated wedding party.
wttb tbe Alden Wave which has bee
Mias Smitb, who directed the play, number fishing there, mostly old imi:
At • o'clock tbq bablTlc bi^. book*
and boy*.
publUblng a coQtInufd IfHe arbk appeared In two parts. Mrs. A
and paper* Were Wl a*yaa*and prcalwin be concluded neft woalu ^er Hummer and Mr*. Needy and In both
dent H. L. Sullivan of the literary aoabe made a decided hit with the houae.
adnT ^ man
body U waltlag with latereat for lb Mss Smith Is only a young woman pew. why didn't
clsty was gives supreroqre«&iffi. The
exerdaes which followed were purely
concloaloa aa It Is baUawd that tbi but has made a great suc<;ms with her
l*aw—Perh*p»*'b^
will tell what It's all about anyway.
Uttle Johnny—Bn
milMooe ‘Peace to

HAD DUTCH SUPPER

FRINK
TRUDE
lUrMimKMUH

IMUSEMENTS
The National Motfui Picture ctu.pany will open tonight after a one
i.'ghl'a lay off at the Cian 1. The new
IN-ciures have ua«k> a svrr gtA»rl i-uP»e*»li»n and there will cndoubuHlly
tta* ajarg** hotise uu.ico:.
Henr> H. C. Allen of Flint, aak* f«r
a divorce from hi* wife. Blabehe A1
lea .Mr Allen. In hi* blit, states that
with Mr*. Allen. 1h- left Michigan for
the gold hHds In IHiS. going to Nome.
Alavkx where hi* mother lived. It I*
all.*:ed that even before they had. ar­
rived at the destination the bride bad
drawn up a will f.»r his slgnatim*.
she iM-ing nsraid a* the aole benefl
elary. L- srys this he refused to Hgu
After some Gme In the westStnd iwjrth.
M-. Allen decided to return to FKnt
his wife, he amyl refusing to arcotn
imny him. There l* <ms child.

EVERY DAY
JSr.:L'3SS,5=:

Damaged Doode Sale
fHKrr’js'ahi.risr’.s.’^y^
;\ J. THE
W.HOMEMAKER
SLA1IK

Bankrupt Sale.
We Need
We Net

Saturday, February 16
W« will awing
tloon open tor a jmW
lli;it will l« rfnieinU‘m) fur a long Uroe.
We have MciirtNl a large

BANKRUPT STOCK
at a veo* low figare, w|^cb hu overloaded u« and in oreW to
rMnce thia iMiunnous
w.n give yoa tbe benfit of tbit bale.

Kverytbing will go :il ^ss tlUUI factory COSt Not only
on a few arllLdak. bat pi>iilively our entire stuck.
Bedroom Suites. Odd Dressers/25 different styles
Kitchen Cabinets. Extension Tables, Chairs.
Rot kera, Iron Beds. Mattresses. Springs.
Rarior Suites. Couches. Carpets.
Rugs and Pillows.
Cook Stoves, RanK*;s, Heateri. Sewing machines.
Kitchen Utensils and everything >*ou need.

Your Reliable Furniture Store.

Grand Rapids Furniture Co.
RECORD WANT A08. PAY.

127 S. South Union Street

BOIBD OF PUBUC WORKS

The Hannali & Lay MercanHIe Co.
"THE BIG STORE "-Dealers in Everything

sSlI^ (m STUDENTS

IDEAL PRODUCTS sre i

Do Not Dday Ydiir Diy of OpportBiity
start a uiTlats aocoont sow—jM <: >
- JOB win be able to seize A rood IBTcstmeat when It does come. Small
suns saved recnlailj crow latn
bnadreds. You saviacs wltk tbis
Bask ears 3 per cent interest all
• tbe time. We bvite smaU accomts
as weU as bige. We tnvlle
Y«Dlt acconnt.

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
B. s. SEPostronr

: HAMILTON CLOTHING CO. are of­
fering some great bargains In their
fVbruaiT sale la meeTs suits and overttmta. 8m their
elnewhere In tbU

EX

P. Needham.
J>iano. Mia. Copelan.
.Reading, selected. MIsa G. M. Co­
man.
InMnimental duet. Mias Coddlngton
and Locaa.
Vocal. Mas CoddingUm.
E. M. Aekeni^.
Imprompto speech. “First Impreaalons of College Life." R. E. Lyle.
Claaalcal "rttmU." Mlaaea Hopfer

A. W. Jalina
BoaAUoora*
A-Oomlk ,
J. tt Umn

/t;-";';'.' '.( , X.-

Shoe Specials
All winter g^s must go to makeroom for our spring goods. There will be
a good many cold days yet, when a good .warm »hoe is an aaual neccMity. All
Men’s Winter Shoes wUI go at prices that will astonish you.
All ilcn’s, Women’s and Children’s Warm F.^lt Shoes ate specially priced to
close out quick. We must have the room.

Dr. Reed’s Men’s Cushion Shoes

......$4.00
They arc the easiest shoe a man can wear,
'Fakes all the tire out of your feet.

Snap in Fur-Lioed Overenats
Out of 48 Fur-Lined Overcoats we have just five left,
and these we will sell at the following prices:
.

SSSs=S:ES:rEiE:5;;rS

Two Fu,.Lined Overco.u. »ld (of $».«). oow ..................................................$6100

....... reig.oo

W S* «Iki Mm«w Am

W.JadxB
.A.Moiin>e
.M««gn
»

Now It Is

A* to fee cause of Profeamre !

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^ ^

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F.L. Skater

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to-t to talHj
tout

toraoapUp.loBfotearClta.vto
rom tUad to hMk bappyt a^ 4
oa aecorat af poor aaiaara. aad triad
to Mr aad. sad oaaidat braaara paa
vara so happy la tea teaagbt teal paa
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IwfcteKte. Bovfw, IV*
Mteto tot OB toavfoto
w toh to raptooB of

JPP avrpp iwt.

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I Uebty. to te jaara sad
paaaad avar M Mm baraa.
79 mxtk atraoc« at aiHiiMii ctf paraly*
•la Mr. Uebty bad bkpa aabtect to

•ad yoa larad CbUai linpdia yaa
of vkirb Ura la or aear tela Uty. tba
vill be bald St tea Germss
cbarcb st 2;X o'cJoek Moa-

to baaa aarad baeaaaa of hM latearV

r.rr

patalag arad. brtobt to

'IBCMBB’IISTITViE

^TQ

*iES"£EHH
.r.iinr

fkaai
fua.bara door to
a>aeb
tbaa aay otbor
topi* ter arMi I bara laborad. T

U Jrao.. aad, what vf^oa.
>rrTtoaa U tbr povor of the Holy
to ooaraeratr a. to Clod , vfll
Tbrrr U a baraay of dsayto ChtUt
i tea BIWa. aad a far voraa ba
iMt tke waltoTTalam. by“"t«.
that of arcrpUnc GbHiV to
#B«ra8u U pnalaa and onaea fftaa
Bibla a. eoata fro. God. aad y.
tortoru.
_

•Broterr Caaby. I velooaie la behalf
f tbe Mlolater*. aaaodatioo. You
are an atraager now. We have come
to prize yon aa a failhfal and cBedcot
wwker la the lx»rd. and aa wllllag to
cooperate with yoar breUiertn In the
vork of the dty. May tee Lord bleam
yds la your mlnlatry. U oor aalted

^rAM for Biy nkntam to tba cburrb.
The pmeram
I!praail»jr«i ^d-ab^l do )aat oar
«to. aaaMrty. to Midravor lo kaov
mrutirr (»T tbi. church told me
Maf aad to taakt Him knoan by
Brother nio. emrrird pmi
«brd aad Ufa**
ta bl. hoart~br hated dr
tlQD by tee 1
Caaby*a *4fr aad faaillr taavr Aad Broterr Caaby arrma to br i
Uglit rtfre
to bare wmbo tUaa aad tbr pro- las out juat a. halrful aloajc that
the laOirs.
•A place for everyone, aad everySftaW tb2TlallUleTyLr^ dausb
waa takwi aaddraly lU at &:90 laal
German
t. Some y»-ani aso
fiaai^ Throagh tba Wato. of iba
>lp. contrary to treaty, aaa a
tobara of tea cbarcJi« Mr aad Mra. to bombard Apia, aa taland of 8a
vara atea te atiaad
acr-

coocluded

vHh

to. B. a CaUdaa Waa* Be Well
Llkad That He Wba toailad
Upon to Stay Over Today. *
Prof. R. D Calktas. who coaduoted
the teachers* taatltute at KU\gMley yea
trrday aad ibis iaorelag. was «o srell
liked that tee teachers prevailed upoa
him to stay aad talk tela afteni
Hla lecture ta evcala^ van on
grrat lakes, tbeir feramUoa aad evealt
leading to tbe dlaemery.of tbe facts
regarding Ibdr early btotory. “
roorning be Ulked oa aaps and
ping •

Aaron Kagvrof Archie dropped dead
at hb. borne tela tnonnng of para
a Mr. Bager baa bc^ea In lU bealtJ
Mune Urne and bU deaib vaa ac
expected. Hr leaves two daagbters.
Tba partleular of the
not yrt been rec«

Mrs. Laura E. Kurt sraa takrn Ufor Jadgra^iBlor yesterda.v afternoDn
to tell why she f ida't let her ddUraa.
Willie aod Lottie, go lo school, to
thrMigbt at first she would fight the
Igroop. But at night the captain
case but enuld not furnish tee IX ball
*
irlollo polo by Mia. Mdlte Boani of tee United BUtea boat torn*
tellovad l^r Cibby'a roapooae aad placed It brtvecB Apia and tbe t(on may be necessary but It hla ctm- asked for ind as tbe Jail didn't look
1
cooilnura
to
ImproTc
It.la
probgood to her decided she waa guilty.
to cajM a tecHatM «*y
MaHoo Oeraiaa boat aad aent word: ‘You may
It cost her 12.
Are away, bat drat rrrry abot fnnat able that his vllI be avoided.
IbeAdaai.* p** Pto for ever?BECOItO W^PiT ADA. PAY.
«... Wtorae Fram ChtoM...
cbfiaUaa Is brtvera tee l<Mt aoul and
- la btealf of tea ohattos la tbe
BECOBD WANT ADS. FAY.

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^February Sale i
IS ON, IN EARNEST

advantage oi mis ehaacetogcla good Suit or Overcoat at a price
lloaol the value. The pobUckaowawben we cut loose fora dcaa.
reasons lor It and give Ihcn wbat we advertise to give.

isawN'S
At $10.95

At 18.95

W. bin .boiK UMu.ll

(



vO V

At $6.95

u IT s
At $14.95

There are still over 60 on
hand and not a suit but is
Half ihorc—some
worth a half
nearly double this price.

$14 mild $15.

Thaw are about SS,a!aaa88 to

There is a bit; range of sires
in ^strikingly nice things,
which arc simply irrf sisiiblc.

.Formerly $1S to ss'!)

R COATS

At $8.95

(TbeM eold fioo 19 to $12 )

by the use of Royid
faking Powder is considernble. '4toyaI is economical, because it posseraes more leavening power and goes further.

a| .-aaajs,.i...| •“ ““

tbr aaJratloa of tee kvt . In Undoo
rectloa mon Is fbrt terrr armii
tbe groat eratral dote -big Bea*
b*- a rraarracUos ■tosj.pbrre ban*
teaadera forth the boars aa tbey
sU boar. «f tea day aad sD days
rorar. bat poartrr boars are aanooac
thr fom ^ a rMafKioa.
rM«f»uo». bbiii ft u ter waak. Toar loyally lo Broterr ed by a beaatiful ebta of bell., pralla■ .thr
Caaby ba. alraady beeorar^ bum
% OMCb ctaaif i axiiieD»> to tan
lag forth ter ’taaefal atrala. *1 knoW
to la teltb. to boM ap hi. baate la aod bU ailaistry I. writ sm
that my
'woffc kad to pray for bUa ator Tbr Bloat popolar taUllatlOB ta ter didca of Christ
tire forth hla

Maaysrcl
fballs ael

'ntlSaving of ^ *
Mmiey

At $11.95

We ba«« aeeii; 40 roete and joa •
owi Uke jour choioo from pUio
black, to the •chioie.r linV^
pattataa-and mUturea eitaal.

We are etroogeel in tbo .mall
mnl Urge ai«e.-33 to 3r. and 40
to 46. A numbor of tbo no«

HamUton aotliing Co.

l

UniESTMIUlT
afiemoan at 's' oVkite the
Horry Bto* Fraprtara Hava
■en of tbe city will bold
Opafvra Ora m the Boar Room of
tee ball <jf tee IminaeuUtc
ThairFmca.
Tbe coffee adverllaed by Aubery
yesterday should have been thirty-five
c«BU per pound tmsiead of twenty
five.
Mermnn U 8wlfi. foamier and super
latendeat of tee Boya* Beulah Home,
a geolua lo handling boy*, will speak
at tbe CongrecatioBal church Bnoday
ling. MePbemoo punt wlU .»ttc»d

The Itapanloiu

COMPIETE REST IS NECESSART

pcnaoNAU.
The Young lAdlca'
rre^hvierlan chuieh
luck fcuppec for the n
Ing at C o'clock
Each" member Is rr^o
knife and fork nnd i
be prraenu
Tbe ladles of Grand Traverse hive.
No. €2. wm hare
aftornoon at Mrs. Smite’s residence,
iZi We.1 ESghtb ureet.
A lost child caused the resldea
West Ninth street some anxiety
morning but it mas restoird to lu pai^
enu miteout the aid of the police.
Captain and Mrs. Vandeiille of Kal
amazoo. will be here to rooduct ae^
Tices at the SalvaUoB Army tonight
and tomorrow.
The store building o
led by Frpd Aker,
Winnie am
loub to the fire teerr a fi w weeki
bark. Is now almost ready for oceui
Mr. Aker, has tee bulk of hU
fixtures In the building but Is i
Ing tea siTival of his fountain 1;
wnlng for buslnoi.s. The fixture*
rre rosde by the Gr< lllck eon
id sre 4if usk.
A hr.ring on the dt^ermlnsUon of
irs lK>tb in ter 8u^a Calkins and
Emily J. Host estate, were held to-

Tb* n< » I. n .Cn-iitn loMor ul
the^ FuuitiM-nth Rtie»t MethtHlIst
ekifriti. will tender his nwlgtiatUm to
the btflrlal l«ard next week and as
soon
he Is able will leave for
Clarion, where be will s,K-ad w»me

i. W D»l.l>aai Wl I

Oscar Slmpeoo went to Klitaey
• bBslnraa tbU morning.
\
Mrs. U WllUsma raturned to bra
bone in Waiuw this morning.
U G. Peterami of Howard City U
the city OB business.
vlalUng frlsaids in the Hty.
R. C Bsndall and family of Detroit,
•ame to this eltv t(*day fo spend aevmaJ weeks vlslUng friends.
Miss EteH Delaney of Soute Union
aircM left this morning for Ionia for
a abort visli wftR relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reynold*, who
have bera the guraU of Mr. and Mrs
WllJlsm Love of Fifth street, returned
to their home In Grand Rapids this
morning.
Miss Lot ins ixiwrlc of Bingham Is
shopping in this city today.
Mr*. Prod Cowle* of this city U vis
Itlng her parent* In Lowell
Ml** Rote Hart returned to her
ime in Cedir thU morning.
George. Bennett and wife of Chelioyin passed through the city today on
tbeir way to Manistee, where they
will spend a portion of thiir honey

ig by a stranger In the city.
The smoke <»f the car ferry as she
ind wife of Prove
pulled out of Northporl shortly after
Joraph Scott and
the city
could la- plainly seen from the
city.
on their way to Manistee.
The case of the People vs Frank
Mrs WinUm Griffith returned to
Laughton, who Is hHd on the charge her home In Cedar Run this morning
Mr*. J. G. Rarosdell wen! to ManU
of forgery, has been pat over untU
JVb. 2<» in order to look up evidence. e today, where she will spend a
abort lime.
Mr*. M. Newman went tfi Cellar
» Oval Wt»od Dish factory
g. It took four sthchea Run fhl* morning
Miss Lr-lls Rr>beri* left this mom
e gash in his bead.
Ing for Cedar Ron
Sinclair left for I-ke
Ann thi* morning.
^
Dr. M. 8. Gregory>ha‘* n tgroed to
tee city'after several wei-ks abwnre
and opened offlees a i 117 Cass Wirect
Conductor B.'^-kiiisu 4»f the Elk Rap
1.1s branch had a nin on th.- main line
today.
John Bosley of Elk Rapids Is In tee
city trsnsacting bu.lnes*
Rymer of this city 1has 'returned 3 his home on West
street after a visit of two mouths at
Walnut Spring*. Texas
W. H. Crandall of Carter s Biding is
leading Sunday with hi* famUy.
Dr. and Mr*. Penballegon have rts
turned from n business trip to Chi­
cago.. While there the doctor took a
purchased

a lino of

Wiliam Steward of Chicago la <Ih'
guest of his brother. George Steward
of Lake avenue. Ed Steward of De
trott. anolbor brother. Is expected thU

Alfred Oreiliok’e

SOM SIOA aa« nztarcs (lonacrix 4mnMd Sy FVaak mcdricai at
The aloCk 4WBsisls of wen-kBswa ankes. saeh as

TRET ME BEQWMNG TO COM

NetOeloli. Plnoree, Myers, Seiz Royal Btae, MOOnzIe, American Giri.
Dnilenlioler. Watson Flammed. Etc. I
>

'Wr'>0

inie Globe Departm^t Store
■OBTON s-rdrara 01.0 ra-rArao

"■■J

are planned, together with abort ordei
work of tb« blgbeei ctai.

WK BOkJOM-r

• We are busy moving the stock to our own quariers.
Oateof sale will oe announced later. It will pay you to wait for the sale.

ToaoHler A Nay proprtotoni of tbe
‘•Hurry Back.** have added a abort
Older remuarant to ttar boatocaa.
Ora of tee rear yooms baa bran fitted
up aa a kitebon wite all modern appUBBoea ud complete equipmevt Frank
Nay. one of tee proprklora, 1. a reatBBnmt BMin of long experience and be
boUmres ibat a rrauurant of tel* kind
Is Bcwdod in Traverae C^. A first
claaa cook baa been evployml and b*ginning today tee reaunrant la ready

WILL TENDER
RESIDNXTION

(A
The Rrv. L. B. Ca^ntc
Urn. resting *nils arUon 1* tee;n?*uK
of an attark 4.f m ntms proslhin
brought on by ..ver w.uk,
Mr. Can>^ub*» ram.- t.» this elt> a
>.ar ago last 84pleinlHi fruiu Wllllamsburc »n<l Imme<11alel> went to
work «Hh great zeal, l-st July, us
rongregatlon.
overt|^xM his 1

work until tbe 4 lid «if lb«
. A iKM-tiuu of the bnusehold g.aidH
ire iweki-d and they will be shlpp4-d
i» Clsrbm M.mday liut Mr. and Un.
Cariri-nUr will drl»e through. Uk*/
having numerous friends aloog Iho
Tbey may not leave for two
N yet. all depending on Mr. Car­
penter's eondllbm.
Cnrpenter's realgnatlou leaves
•mly two IVottwUnt mlnlslera .ln tee
city who have been hi re over ob<^
year, the Rev. iK-maa Cochlln of tee
Cougrratalbrnal church aod tbe 4lev.
L. B. Blsaeli of the Prosbylerlau
ehorrh.

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RECORD WANT AOB. FAY.

w

. We refer to tbe crowds at tbe mov­ :iOAR BALEfiMAN WANTEO-CIg-r
ing picture show at 213 Bast Front
aaleaman or man to manage branch
l^reet. Tk* pteturea nra aU' of tbe
office In year toeB]lty: experirare
llteat and best prodDcUon. Mr. WelU
ta aecured for tbe first terra days of
Monroe Ogar Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
tat orrak Iba itaurea called -AMd*
feb 17-H*

5V teto mto"tota teVill^ WANTCD-Men to work
ras produeUan. It Is wlteoot doubt
e CUy Mfg. Co.
fob K 3t
tee grrateat masterpiece ever brodgbt
tetc thU cUy. You
WAWTED-Two dining room glrto at
I tee opportunity of aaeing It agate to
the Lake View bouse. Elk Itepidstetek of tL OBly fi eeute admlnkm.
Memembra.tete ia next Motojr. Itos Of tee vto’s
mend late**.
feb ld-21

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or mab iba bMMM iM«f g
laadtrtbef wowM ebal Ibmr |

aay U a baay place abbot this
Uaw. They employ twMtyAve
at paaaaat aad eapsM ta Menmm tbiM
lotos la tbe aaar fMafh.
MM
bMa aoma daisy M tbe dblpplag of tbe
amtortafbal now tbeoerWe U t

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tbe law relaMac «« tbo abl^mtai of
■Ml Mi MTbMirtMMPii
MM ». mt. piwetlai tlmt

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- : fg in NMImI M

kMaoy and Madder
witMigiig. r«^ ic.«^t Ml Mf#
t»e nw af

tsaahle

whiek

b«.
My fbamiHtiii with the!
dleatd,*aM the autarer will have
ouble to obtain them. Tbd pre-

wUhodt reac. fbed or water fbr fifty
nor on tW rwir^ttlM toM a Mr 4«7«
■ Obkagpa la Mij. TMs PlgiM boors aad ta pome raaes sUty 1
f IM raM fW chMr of 9it*rf tioa win damaaauata JMI bMf mMI
n It the parpoM of tha g«
■M vagatablM. am eaaaad and wMK
t ta malat npoa the IMl maM
dote
«IU M
tUf 1^
dtam tim piMftg* or dM gM Mot bBt
iwiMad kU Iwfitf Utt
ImtbMMtbtpalMlMlMtr. tbd
Uafier tbe eld law t
i—m KM
k of lime, the

SScanailayWd

I cHy. but Mr. Payaecare aU of Us help

.Price 2.00 a yard.

» aew.itMf oMaMe of
tAug^ol

after each
r has taken a firm bold aad to

E. WILHELM
FRONT ST.

t ttat kn ami Ml

U (b« oourM

r-'

lUKR LOST iOllET

of vtolatloaB or tbe tweatywigbt bear eliaUBaOve tIMMa df tba kidneys.
vRal
law aad
aaeh ease tbd tallioad
to filter from tbe Mood aad ayatem
ises are. Aad tbe prtbifh rial- Ptrniad galUy aad paid tbe
Ise aa tbeir part tbM by rtifa oat peaalty of fibt. Tbe deparl
opaaly la tMs way
wO Mt auM
» have bad
that tbe
a Titally tatarMUagwablbl
lo Un«l0Mai«4HoaMr'a»TMl<lMtUl
tbey are
deai- The
• UTlagtbepabl
^ aatatwoMMi
TW FWrs aet yet baaa detcemlMd. The eapoalParmsra to the FronL
A kiral union of the Ara<n1can SotioB Is acbedaled teilaBt oleYaa Mya.
re tract \l ami
thm bf
ttet Mr. D«%la It wlU bo bald lalbr M la Ifesr Tbrir.
net, of BquHy a as organized a
; tbe Mood The
w» liipar cs«fU mmr tatanaon la pollRennie
wh«»l house last night by T.
un. PblladelHpM and K
mearatf near tfOoMeaad
York. Chicago A 8L bauls
ttoal aCain «a4 waaa<imaUr b
lataU boy ^ stepped Into James W. Tllchey.
(
. aad Is fine fbr tbe
Hafialo;
. Topeka A
Iliad* »tll Iwvr mtlr or no Hloct ta
Grlfflth a barber abop oo KUst Front
fr. la Colorado; Chicago, forllngtoo
lb* vICB imMwt'a aaUro »uu.
street late yestrrdav nftemoan aad
A Quincy In NehihOSbr CUbteh. MU*
Inquired the price of a neck ahaw.
aa A 81. Paul at Cbleago; Chica­
aa told that it would cost five
go. Rock iMaad A Pacific la Kaaaas;
aad told a nickel down oo the
CTeveUod, ClochinaU. Chlcigo A 81.
oo the aaaaiioatloa i
edge, climblag Into the chair.
Lools at deveiaod: Boothem Pacifie
let a mtle
s aeaatado^
tt-beo Mr. Griffith had finished tbe
ta
Baa
Franclaco:
CnSoa
Parific
la
with
mskli
lime ammtor
ly
got
down, slipped a raror Into his
Baa Praaclaco; Uke Shore A Michi­
*s a Urge pocket and walked out of the shop,
gan Boutherm la Botalo; the Kortbero
I the sale
d ovary day. Tht local market
ten went to the shoe shop of D.
tbtowaob. taatora fWakar aad
c la St PauL
pricaa ara aiippIlM by local dsMsra.
itcio
and iwM tbe rwsor for 56
wor* pTMt ail gaMa ol lb«
r cures wb
Ths outsMs quotations by wira, not
and laying a nickel down oo the
of virtue.
dnlofaUoa la tl» baaae. vbo actad aa
td from olhar popart af the prosrward. stopping In Mr. Griffith's
hoata. MMb Maker or tut detafPUoa oa indlaa affairs, frum which hla col­
day.
,
shop t« ask him how much the raior
aad oarh gaeat vaa prcaaalad wttb a league. naaator Umg. accoma
lagty realgaed ia order to mak
geaator Curtis
pcs
more of tbe AaserteaB 1
TWie. Mooey
tbaa aoy other member of cooj
The followlac Is the reaiUt of the
and annoiMoo when
lol oa tba oatalde. QaaM Oraavaaor He Is a full member of the Kaw trthe
was span aa hU vajr to bia hatel bj a himself, and his uaderstaadlag of In tesu of milk aampica comhicted by
.bqyirig proi»erty. by m«curinL' an
Medt
aad
Milk
laapector
j
Dockersy
The
rapalra
oo
tha
car
ferry
were
ebolM or QMM. abd belbra be eater dtaa needs U tbe reeult of first
idislractof title, to make clear to
tkU
week:
finished this morning and the ball
rd his oarrlag* be araa loaded dowa
Oeftated the Travtrae City High you that Ihoro it no cloud upon
Ko. 1. fau. 4: aellds. is.b.|
ahUied so that she aettled back
arllh the irest buncbea of roaea that
Kp. s; fats. 3.C; aolMs. 13.
School Dsfwting Tsam In That
tho tiUs.
normal poMtl^ on' fhe water. The
tad decorated the baaqoet uble. The
Na 4. faU. 4.4 V solids. li«.
City Last Evening.
aouth bound T. C L. A M. train left
aped Obipaa waa aau rlnp hla bolel
No.
t.
fats.
4:
aollds.
13J.
befom the big boat could be la
at mid nlfbt vbea be waa met la tbe
No. 7. fats, 4.2; solids. Its.
By arire to The Mvening Record. *
however. CaodoMor Oriffio mm
potatoes aa 40fl42c.
rotuada br a partj of ladlea wbo were
a few army men aad a aumber
No. i. fau. 4.2: solids. 1A4.
“ t Jordan. Feb. ip.—The Bast
Grain receipts are good.
run back at 10.: 45 with a coach
Most ratovalat from tbe tbeatre.
ashlngtoQ’s promhieol buslaest
fto. Id. fats. 3.3; solids, ijtd.
No chaagea In local aiarkeu.
half a doxea ears of coal to load the Jordan High school debating team
sprang Uto eststeace oo Jsa
bas dfMer was stopped [from aetl- boat: There Is plenty of freight in the
from the Traverse City trio last
1st, wbeo the ardcr of tbe day Ing last Batarday bacawaedCthe cooAUlnolt ot TiUe
ing. the judges atanding two to
Northport
ynrds.
but
the
moving
of
By
Wire to the Bveolng Record.
Uboilip wader qalie .
was framing of good resolBUaaa Tbe dltlaa of Ms cows. The
210 Btatp Bank Bnitding.
one In their favor. The visItopH had
cars
will
help
out
at
ihU
end
of.
Bsst Bulfslo. fVb IC.-Cattle-lbO;
hlrtbptare of tbe club was tbe Homr*k and cifoaed up bis herd untirha ^ ^
tbe best delivery, hut their arguments
su-sdy. Sheep and lamba-4.4oo; dull;
trM hotel at Hot Sprtaga. Vs., i
them as smooth aad as allck as
for the aflinnstlve were lacking la
choice lambs. f7Au07.75; rolztd. Uif
onanirers were gathered togrtber horsea lie then sent for the In­
sti^h. Although they had the popu
AttsatUo 0. A. ft
6.63
Hogs-3.400; fairly active;
to fortUy themaelres with the ml
spector aad waa allowed M» proceed
McPherson poa^ m lA wUI please Ur aide of tbe quesUon. they could
10; pigs. 17.1
baths to readlaem for the simple life with his baalaeas. At the jlaapeoior's
not batter down the Bast Jordan arguI7.40M74S.
they were resolved to lead during the vtaltt are amrer aai^uacod It stands meet at Hall on Casa street Sunday,
blver* aad Harbara.
Feb. 17. at 10:30 a. m. to attend SunDetroit.
Feb. 11—Wheat»No. 2^.
year
1*07.
These
charter
members
Tbe aenste committee Is bow alttlng
ilrymoB la band to k«M «!<•» »t da,* acbocfl eMrclsaa at the Coogiwgs77^c: com. 47c; oats. 41c.
solemnly
agreed
not
to
treat
or
accept
up o* nlgbta with tbe rirrrs and barall tlama
PiKiMe No, SIS
tlonal church. All eoldiera and sailors
Chicago.
FVb.
16.—Wlieat—Mav.
a
treat
of
any
latoaleatl^g
Upoer
ti
Ws approprtsiioo WU. wbicb was
Invited to come with us.
77%ic; com. 4€tic; oats, 40He.
by the house af- any public bar lo ihd Diatrtct of' Col
Land FtuwL M>yne CUy. will give their
F. a Marvin. Co.
Toledo. O.. FYb. 16.—Wbqpt-Caah.
ter a debate ihsl lasted1 tea days, li fsmblA aad the paoalgr fbr each vlold^
UglNM BAANA WBfiCT
entertainment la the City opera bouse
AlUn
P.
Uttle.
Adj.
t7c;
com,
4iV1c;
oats.
41t4c.
tbe blU tloo was to he $10 which was to go t<
is altogether p
BBFLKCTION ON A
under the auspices of Asbury church
will he reportedI Mt penalty la the charity. Alas, fbr bwmaa MMy thi
PImmicN^R.
0IBL*8 OOOO TA8TA
LOCAL MAflicrrA
ta which It was iwcelv. club now Is only a amaKiry. and tbs
rrnng eome greai oargams ra ineir
jCit.phODp.'*
February pie In men's suits snd over­
cd ftrom the bopae. SeaaW Web of eatbushmu are wlUlag even to forget
Clearback pork, per bbl...
r

F-K li
coats. Sti ihclr ad. elsewhere in this
RECORD WANT ADA PAY.
Oblo U orgabltlbg a combtaailoa wUb Uut.t>
Oearbdck pork, per lb...
paper. f
feb Id-lt
Qweetlao af W#<t.
■ view to 1
Short cot of portTper bbl.
mom Ohio rlTcr locks aad dams. Ha indge Advocau Oaaeial 0avls bds with anrfj^ men;1ts nid by glrta U
Ham. per lb....
baea
called
upon
by
SeeraUry
Tall
Ic rocetrlng tbe support oo the part of
I.anl.
tho
nttaatloa
and
uata
of
tbeir
for
a
JndlcUl
determlMtloa
of
the
ffMators from Ohio. Penasylnmia. and
aKrtbers.
writes
George
Hgfvey
In
the
West MrglaU. bot tbe ladlmUoae are power of tbe oeeswtary df war la eo»
North
Aamiieaa
Review.
This
U
cosi­
that
pommlttea will not ambe aay sidertag tbe apfUcaUoa of the aaaK
fattbbr podtUloli Ibr tile able river oo tary hoard of Chicago fbr parmlaalap ly proven by Inquiry Into tbe eourem
to divert tbe waura ef Labe Michlgaa of tbt peUed phrmiaa. Tbke. tor
tb^ tb^tbil
tnta tba Oslumet river, tba aaaltary amiBe. two of tbe Mteei-^nwe
lustly made. Tbe groatbat |dod faeUag board degiras that tbe lake watar .bb Ihiwe•• aad *‘akMioo.** Tb^e bavf
rittHir ttSnit
tke »et
marfca tbe edbaldwoUM df Ibd blU la;
SlMMItUa •( tt« lonMrlMlw
Chirkens. per lb..............................15
Yba am^te commlUea, ior tbe ababtora

MH TESTS

REmeegfitEe

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EASTJ^WM

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For Coal
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Ik* Nir." M o( tk. Mter-M«av

M-miaklM*.' Tk•^lctowte<lt^

aacMsiiy lor oaiwfal aad aab
dd that tttta woaM lawm tbe Ibvol of
tbe OTMt Lakea. MMUoatag tba aacre^
ury a rifbl to taana «hek io«

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orl|la *t tk. iw« UMk. Irkleb or«iUt niT M«Mnt *Mth to m-

sra“«^53a».'r:
efirtly iMi#llad MbhaAfttvoroMe pm
eKkiA tbb bee df tib oolhbd gbfoeg

SUMMNto

'tcfc.“sis&r*"

BMMrfUw bUlaMtor the

Tm^Citf Stall Ink
SUM ImiMa

It boltk IMiir

ifiiMfi The MeoM to a
rth for “skedadfilA" Itaell
JMrtean ertgUl had a^ iqgfirdad

Id'

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a

contimia thS aaieapan
of neat sreek.

com* to idfiard 4^ aa

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taeUATt eheerfttl aad fall of g
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AaoSer CaU Doling
life White Sale?
OMbgtOthe fact that tome lines of White
Qtfotk. oetably Indk UoeZs «od other WbUe
V sheer Goods did not arriae until a

to tba wortt
meaL

IMdbr,«lM
bam.aeiolai «C a hma wswsr.. m.
of mask wtU wtbt to ^ lUm.

ARE YOU 0WIM6 US

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UW^ WEARING APPARE FOR 1907
i

We offer you today our first showing of the new spring styles of wearing apparel; that it will meet
with the approval of the most critical gf bMY^Si^we feel sure: for in all oyr years of cloak and suit selling
W© can truthfully say we have neveroff^edsuch values as we offer for the spring of 1907.
•As for the styles, we assure you every garment shown Is from the foremost garment makers of
America; as to quality, that is a matter th^ needs no comment, for its the quality that has ^ut our busfliMS where it is today. We cordially ask you to view this handsome colleotion of new spmg creations
no matter whether you are ready to buy or not; even if you do not make your purchases hWe at all we
itiali be glad to have^ou inspect these new things; you will know what is right wherever you buy.

THIS
SUIT

S12.00

WE WANT especially to have
^ you see our showing of low and
mctTium priced suits.
Believing we could find better suits
than we have ever offered before at
ten to fifteen dollars we have re fused
to buy suit after suit to sell at these
prices. We finally found something
to come up to our standird.
1 here arc two that we most ur­
gently ask you to call for; they arc:
first; a fancy mixture suit that we
believe the best suit ever sold at the
price. See cut to left.
Another is a panama in plain colprs and black, eion effect, full satin
lined jacket. Put this suit on and
ask anyone you lilde what it cost you
and nine out of ten will say twentyfive dollars. It isn't wholly in the
quality (which isgood) and it isn't the
trimming, nor is it the style of the
suit, it’s just a harmonious blending
of cvcrvihinfe that makes it so attrac­
tive. We have never yet seen any­
thing to equal it. and the price is only

CUITS THIS SEASON arc even
^ more beautiful thah ever before.
It seems each season that makers
must have reached the limit of their
eieverness in desiring, yet the next
season they bring jout ideas that arc
better than ever.
This season proves no exception
for they arc the most charming ideas
that have yet been brought out.
The pretty light toned mixtures in
the cton efiecls. Plain colors with
charming cton. ssilk lined and elabor­
ately trimmed form a combinaiioa
that the woman who can resist buy­
ing if certainly
against the
beautiful in wearing apparel.
We have made our selections
with extreme care this season trying
to avoid the common place garments
that you find everywhere.
Suits From

?

$8.50 to $35

Wc Wish Every Woman

^OATS and Jackets possess a
^ charm that arc all their own.
Most of them are in the pretty
light mixtures that to see them makes
one think at once of green fields, bab­
bling brooks and pretty flowers.
Charming half fitted coats in light
tones with a touch of color here and
there to add to their beauty.
' Loose fitting styles in three quar­
ter lengths, falling gracefully from
the shoulder.

:

'

$4 to $12.50

25 per cent Off

>

UtoKt
h.-4-

Do not get the idea that there are
all sizes of each, there is only one
garment of each size in ladies, and the
sizes arc small. In Misses, there kre
all sizes.
There is a limited quanity of these
and while they last wc offer them to
you at

THI$
SUIT

$25.0

The New Dress Goods

on each side of .jhis panel are a
a few of the many atyles of dress ,
and street skitts brought out for
the woman who likes to be smart­
ly dressed, whether her skirt is to
be a low priced one for street wear
6r the more expensive one for
party reception or dress wear,
every skirt in our stock is new
and up-to-date and every one is
good value, no -matter what the
price may be.
:
The showing embraces the best
styles from the many different
makers and every wanted style is
in the selection. Priced from

5»ctoS12.S0

There are no two alike and arc
the samples of a house that makes a
specialty of exceedingly stylish gar­
ments.

We arc showing a splendid v;iricty
of both these charming styles,
enough to make your selection easy
and the prices range from

HERE

In this part of the country would see (we came near raying could see.
for they could if they would) the elaborate showing of beautiful waists,
not only in silk but lawn. It is a showing that fs worth seeing. We
have spared no pains to make it the best in the city, not only as to styles
b ^t as to values. Prices range from

WE HAVE purchased and offer
" for your inspection a sample
line of Udtes' and misses’ suits and
thfit i^ point of excellence in values
iurpasses anything ever shown in
this city.

.

■ :i

Are also here and while we have been praising the beautiful things iir
the ready-to-wear garments, it must be remembered that the tame cloths
that go temake the rcady-;o-wcar pretty are just as handsome in the
piece and we show almost an endless variety of these beautifnl goods.
Everything this year is beautiful; even the cheaper grades are mure beau­
tiful than ever before. Prices range from, per yard

%

m-lUIlMi

AY. rCUHJAllY 9L 1«7.

TMMMTHEIIEErSlim

njFaKomiits

(wtaaor of tbo triob Dor
byl. 4aii Lody Fbir.
London Usbt. tbo pewpeety of W.
C. Bantu, rma a wy erodltable mro
tbo Ctoli John
aoM to tbo Dynwna of Cnnnda fbi
ITAM. Ptaf too fortonw bo moo dnoa
op an tbo MoSion ooit. orbon bio iock
ry cot in n jaa
that oonkd It.
AtCOAO WANT AOS. PAY.

TAXES

SPORTING COS8IP\ MOSTLY
'GRIFF* TO STMD PAT
lEH $8,1101
BY BIG BASEBALLISTS
T0TW0H06S

K.;rWiaT loMiiu-s wBwirrrr
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BtLATlVM

CAAtO

.
..
»-«r «
„wark^ ^.'
J
;rd ftKMnr K*Tla or tb« Tlfrntl
Tbcf look bU beta aAd W vis
|“TbM oottsda aa tboocH MH-bndt! irt>«
boll mod lirioi^ oo

jtloM. -*M- Idar U

OALV |

roR HIS forruNC.

I-

"irry**

ttui

Broninsm than ibo boraonam fboro
bare exprrkacrd aH wtator. or for
many «hor wlairr^. oltbor.

^d Hann.:t>.er nan. M i. D

adebtb laslnic
lt‘a almoat i
he*. o« xuefa of

Wflbpui ibat

ebartod and on all taxea paid oa or
after January
10. them wtU bo
, ebarsed a fee -of four per eoat tor col•lection. Penalty on delinquent city

Wb«. Will w«f AM emmim W.rai^ko Md
to. aratrb tba oo*.I„*e
Tor tbo ftforr.. olM aho.
niD? Tba only prt^ty
LIM—Will ArovWa That Smiro
oben tb«>y torn for thr *>rrftrb.
Satato that! Go For Maiotifi.
lb' battini; tbai bolda Vtn
-The iiUchrr «
b.*lp ^Inc tirod
aoea of Figt.
**K<»v In baao boll »a*lt aojr ihara | |{e’H kara to b<* i
traa o book la IIHrolt rrhan IVtroH{Thr Imtiar olihT llttl.* nfrir romaa
baiiisl
in
thcwio
Bra
nina
laai
yrorjup
and
aoya
t»»
hltn-eir.
rb»rf'fc <ior
Alnallc. C. B.. FHi H-

ihl*
..I

tbr Urt fhanr#.. berrV . o hoir 1
.to srt r-Trt oilb hU rolatiroii.
pllchlnK denamnent with Brtx-kett.
aiinonsn utoroiau
krnlBi^. and rm goi
dorlarod. bod fovvad oo felw for
I
and Caatleum a» addItionK to
darldod him bobhid bla ‘
r^ktaff of rb«»»bro. Orth,
ould haw boon l.onn to ono
aroltloc for bl« to dk that
. nart^wm. and norir.aod ahould
IToa. air. Dot roll would bam born a
tbry mlobt
to liiieep* Mylns to' hlimvelf. ‘hr’a
nobrn MacDonald boquratb««l orrrr. houKond to ono iJiot wtlb low lakora *
sh fliwi in.the iW.wrr’/
,
was a pewch of a hit.
thins bo ovnod to bU two pis*. Tbo
To do anythlDK else than stand pa’
oaiaie oMinta to abemt fs.ooo and
»too have sot tbem all beaten
lUb wucb a mud team a* was Iasi
I’m mink
' ••rfTjr root la to go to ibo porkora mad
Is. the jdlriher iisiutBy eafs woMkIfseeiu Idiotic, and no one
“If he L
las evej a«Mise<l (lilfftih of iH-ing a
rota deaperdte. If* tb«* itlnih luoias

"«,r-T....

K.

WllUam Shield*.

1
“Tbafs a fart. When I was with
Bpenking of ninih Innlpg
Cbicam we pulled Into the park one
ufiemoon and some •cam,* wUh a roll they are teUlng a su.ry now on
of Rub.* Vaddell that sevis! the Alh
wanted to hn on PUtabui*.
a a tM'atlng In .Ne« York one
" Nothin’ dotaV said , a fan ap
prooched l.y him.
. " *Ver aftal.l ro Wt.’ j.^rw.1 iIh*
-wllj rood,
•gam.’ Tell yem whni I’ll do: hi bet rainins part of the day, and ihr l.all
isbed and
I was slippery. The Indlaii had Ihh'u
you ten It rains.*
they loanied of the dlsposHlAn of the
"The fan looked a the aky a Iona! •‘cakcninif. and when thatinlnth came

"*U“^TaTirthe imx jltbadts^n

j

time and then treni

I frmn his doctor that he
l.rejmre to div then he sent to a
nelsbhorlns farmer and bousht two
3VUOS idfs. a male and a fomale.
Tbear be eaoaod to be placed and fed
In a pen nt the rear of the bouae. lie
then aent for bla aoUHlor and dtciaied
tils will, aaytnff If be save hla fortune
of Ik.itOO to hla remains li "would be
In I he hands of pigs who d.mle.1 tbHr
Idontlilea," and that be "mlshi as
well cl re It to the porkere which

iiiiii.

V till

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Tralnei roDR.Ions handllnc of his 18
, HoHmw here, .specially the -year.
j

Kiahk lletold got In rnmi his fsim
l«-4 Sunday wiih Panlqiie.
lUook; dale, the*3.y«.ar-idd Jllgh Jump.*, uiid
.Uheis Hi|:h

The liatter founle.1 a.
one nfternuon with those bookies on ! abot
iMiselmU.” said IliiKhle Jennings.
"They went to the game to watch
na play aad got stung a couple of
limes. I giicHs.
They were betting
on wheihcr the liatl.-r foule.1. fanned

\Va.l.l.ll «w Ih.- *.1. i«>|!By hall

shown n big Imitn.vement «-;u
This winter Horg ha* taken
Sldet^il.le we'r.ht. and should

We haveflre cutters which
>. y ,r I we are ofrerinr-at cost to
jclose. A few for coats at
bir bargains. Abontadozei

<H Ibrn-aronic-n.. ni<«-l:.-l. I.s.

<K the newcoraeiw. Bttickeii

jpalTS Of t<MMl WOOl UailketS

BallrtOT. and winl «n pUiylD* r.lch 1 In that
H.-Ih nol ..nlv a i«Kl 1 at some pPCe. NOW iS the
with the' wtd one. No poe reallxed ) H'ch
H.chyr, h... a a...,-haiH...,.., n. ^h
JOUf fertUlZCr

"That night they got together and
>r ibU unique \fiiKu Tim flgui.Hl out a gteat scheme. He he bod sw ilchcul lurlls hut Bender. The
i
s to lie mold at auc- #cided to have rallaban near our
nccurlns from the lieneb and gfU M>veral of the fellows put noilting on It. and the tiatieiw had j ti‘ngs as »»no of the Im**! ball plav.tsiiJjg lirfCSt StOCk lO OUT
"“f
to foul them og at a signal fioni Cal. , p.turallv go.wn a little t s, ermfident. j «hey have eve, seen, and wlout
KCmemDSr,
WC
It was Wore the foul strike rule went !I He showiHl
showt*d a suddrm
siiddjm revival of
lY sfwtjjl.
sp«.Od, |j experts pick a maixfor a live «u,e beTM lOWD.
by j Into effect and if was easily worked, land the next ball was inlsse,! by a | generally is ih
The oili.u new plichers
Tom
MacUmald at Ihe time
bis death. D . "Tim siit In the stand
foot. The Riitie’s headwork had
Hughtw of Atlanta, ilm Inst ..f ihe;^^^'^*'
to tw used U> faed and care (or the two
"•Five to four he fouls.' lie yelled, the game.
Sou,be,^ league l.-.st >ear: CaM letou. |
FARMERS' SUPPLY CO.
Idgt. The miFoAgBt Id to pmvkle a
|s n at bis own pipwiiae and receive
of Vounusu.sn. and jia- Ik.yle * Ih* | .:^=;i-^^-^==^=r=rr-:r=r======^_=r-==.
was with the team part of last
for leolal and cqrr the aum of |2 per
^nd won sevruil games
etcluslve of Ihe amount paid for
CasllHoQ will be the 4tn1y left I
fooil. The attandaht Is M to be the
er on the tearor He 1* said to be
•'xeeutor. for which aerylfw he U t6 re­
Che*anlng.
Mich.. Feb. 16—No
Chicago. Feb. It:-ln a formal static
in ha%e gnml
ceive the regular legal fee.
mem Issued Thmwday. Jaaies J. Cor- apr^ul act of the legliOaiurc la necea
iv.yle
Is the (
n la atlpulatml that whrm the pig*
betl. former champion pugllUt of the sary to permit Sunday lutll playing In
tJiall become bog* and multiply tkeli
world. announciHl that be was ready
' juimg qball be cared for, as shall their
at any ttnie to poet from |r..tH*t ,o lit.- U^ n fought to a flnlsh ;.nd the IdUl
ftOO as n wager that Mike Scheck can plcytrs won «>ut so thoioughly that
Wlus-llni
Pi^iicea iho perfect
deftwt James J Jetfiies. Corb*dt has Sunday game* ,h;iV4- Isnii played for
tram Is-fore Drlffiib got him and hai
eveiT alY pig* be raise*.
For every
drink, Imt it ii inpuaaible
been l«xing with Schreck ffnd hk» the past two yeitr* witboat oppowitlan.
a very sole »mi when he was will
|dg that die* be la to forfeit in cent* a
to make the •amc Idem!
U*hen a game was advertlseil «»n a
l•een struck with the cleverness of the
the Yankee*.
wnek for ten week*. nn1e«* death Ir
•nil
all Uate«.
Sabbath early In the summer of 1906.
former Cincinnati boxer.
The winter's tv's! should iln him ;
due to bog cholera, when the forfeit
"if Jeffrie* I* rtuidy to ight (or a the mlnUters.tlu* chinch ^lembejw and
lot of'good, and this year will
Is to lie waived. In event of Hlne*s
f:tOAko purwe. he run
not only the W. C. T. .1’. i.Hik up the fight him tiiking his regular turn wtih ih
aiming the hog* the heat veterlnaty
They made rin rsonal^aiv
thr^g »hare of that but llu.obO on against I,
In the pft»vlnre Is to be engageii
the
sMva (\>rbeti.
It will be peals to the village hall players and
Frank Farrell kni npt waived rlalr
A* thf lniere*i on IR.Oon at 4 per
easy to secure that much In purae were turned down
to Doc lllllebrand lo. date, and tber
rent amount* to but |.n2« per annum,
They applleil to l>r. J Btewart.-Hhe
moncr Jeffries must now dnliie
dt»e* not *eem In he any worry at th(
and as the atteodanfs fees and. feed­
himself either a« permanently letlred] Ilage president, who ord«'red the tiall
Yankee beadquaviers as lo whete Ifil
ing will exh*u.t tbi* amount the first
pUyer* to dlneoollnue the game and
comet the ncare«t
lebmnd will play thU season, f'atrel
yi-nr. the will providt** that draft*
In the was laughKl at. An anil-Snudar
to perfection
want* the ex Princeton man. and I
may be made on the principal Immedib^l delegaiion then made *«*\i'ral pllwilling ro du :inything within reasoi
ntelv after the first little of pigs 1*
the office of j^e proiuynit
rie*. and Corbett'* expwi^Igrli
to get him. lull he will not give hli
lu»tn. Tbeceafier the principal shall
in Saginaw, with the tw.
i baiemade immy untie How^v-Mug
W^ole te:»m In exchange, nor f veri J«s
be used a* needed uniil no cash resuit that the .herlff was finally calle<l
er. the exchan
YHMer. whom every' club In
ih
tualns to tba bank. At tbI* time the
;.nd three player* arrested.
league aeeras to be after.
bog* an.l pig* ate to be 'rnddfand the
A test case resulted and the Jury,
money devoted to *och l«>cal charities
after being ont five mlniite*. biough*
Dora-Is
I,
that
4aeL
U
going
a* iho executor may elect,
in a verdici of not gulUy The pro-v lo u^uirry you';
Ih caae an -wpl^mle lakes off the
to *hiit out from the mails such m*w* ecutlng atiomey did not feel Justified
hog* within a given lime, all th^t re
!»ora—Well, y.md l-etter
paper* as have been printing Indecent in piling np more expense and the
malna of the fund Is to be given to
Cieaanlng will Slci. the phslge.
detail* of the Thaw trial In New York. matter was droppe<l
three cburcbea to be used In earing
I l»ni-Why. Jaek Iloen-T
Mr. UttlefUdd of Maine Indulged In a
I»ora-\'.. In
lor cc^terie*. Tbua. h I* for the Ingeneral review of the prMS. lia pow- will play Suaday ball, kupported by Cle»ei.ind tend
lereal of the executor to «*e that hU
cm. function* and prlrllegqii. "If It practically all the bualneks men of the
(hnrge* live aa long aa possible. Kxwere not for the viglUnt pveaa oflhU city, regardless of the eburebe*. a*
pert* in farming are new lm*y trying
country, with Its trained'corpa of rap- they believe that Ihoae who would
to figure out bow Umg the |x ooo win
rmmnuiive* In WaaWngtem.- he anM.
"I don’t know whether I would tsare to
nerve in congrea*. My experience here
mm
BmAtm nil mem lighter
ha. taught me that the newapapefo
D. C. SbeldoQ of Beldlag. i lo I.aaWhm a tmis amlie
A 8LICC OF POATEAMOUtC
> get a bUI before the IcgUlatore
petTorm a aenrtee of Ineatl
By the lerma

ball had I--1. an w..| lH.rj,„. hr mMlIHj lunn Hhr CrlfB.h :,n,l Ilnahr, in, jfOT SPllBr PlaBtlOg. We CaTTy

i»tiu g«.*is

I

The queen of Httllaud has
a dally religious sen ice at tlv
in The Hague, which is op«*p 1
nunlier of her househtdd fn

arc harness makers—none

SUNDATBIUAIL [
CORBEn THINKS SCHECK
GHTCHESHIRG
CMWWP.JE
JEFFRIES

Hie
Proper
Blending
of
Coflees

Old Gtilony

Howr*w TMaT

'J25*w-=31;

ue lo the coonuy. t aomecl
that coogrMa wonld drift Into asuf
exeeahe* If the preoa gnlkuy
here lo keep a* In bomda.”

JooopH SlodorA

ion

FtrsKlan Buchers. Poekersan* S

Makers

mm,

from thU house

Gaunttet
[Gloves
WITTE’S

A KAN8A8 MINI8TCA.
Rev. U 8. OHtoo of Clrclevllle. Kanaaa. Bays cC Wamer’a White Wlae of
Tm: -It la heuer than U daimed.**
A apeedj cure for ail throat aad hmg
diamaea. F» aale by ^he Amertoaa
drag

jsrjs.ssr.'

lii«2.^aSis£~

8mos E. Bingham

doc't

akan

we offer for the money.
and will Bay It wla!
Sleder'a.

ENGLISH VIOLETS

50c each
Tbeae are home Rrowii ami
in fine tbapd^_____

FMNK M. PUNE

We said It
Wtere?

At

Ask those who aUrmhtl Uie

Chicago
AntomobUc Show
wliat they think of the

CR.DOCKERAY
Camli.lntefor r
for

City Treasiircp
Aiks u fair
oaniidtTiition of vtdeia.
f.-h : 4t

Maxwell
Cars
WalterM. Paige

AGENT
Cit phoni- :r,i IHI Citt» St

For Jndire of the KeconU-Fi. Conrt

One Ton
Of

oo K E
U equal to

Two Tons
of
Oike i« the kUml foci,
No du»t; DO unoke; very
lilUe aahes.
We have iwluced the price lo

$5.00 SS .

slice, the

We pay (bp price s for com

City Treasurer.

Fibe i»t pliiDtA in bloom

that you are aupreme^ aelfish If you

steak—wltk another. .Where

hdatc for Republican
Candida
Nomination for

Successful business man.' SeV- V-r,
eral years Alderman from '
Second ward.

wUI convince you

get the quality and quamUy of beef
At a maeilng of tbe Marshall board
of edaeatkm It was dacidml lo okme
achoot wa Whablagtoa’a btrthdar. FYh.
22. la the torema publle wxereiaaa
will be held ar th» Eaaidre. iheator
nader the aaaploea of Mhry Marahall
chapter. Prof. F. 8. Pama. of the U;
otMOTWtildHlfactheotatlDa.

.j :

cure." wHies Charb-s Walters of Alle­
gheny. Sierra (*o. . N.. use bunting.
Mr. Walters:
It cures even' case.
Guarante«*d at flugUu« . Drug Co.
Frank H Meads. Hannah drug store

SIS S. Union.

m

Mot.aim

llxetl In Callfon
i still hunting for
way of burns, sores, wounds, i

Aubery’s

: for aa ameadmeat to the city
r to limit the number of aalooai Dlcka, IS-yearold daughter of
s Dicks of Plymouth, died Tuesm the effect* of appendl
IS operated on a few days

6IARD RAPIDS IIRDIARA rV ^

%l.«es chM^e* with a 1

3Sc p'*’

Makea the way grqw brighter.

mim

<«f Horn
Id IS -- Utah C :
Homidis

The i^fleld will be the same as la*t 1

year Fiank Laporte made stu-h Rttjat
*•“*
killinr
He has drrt lope
linprovi n:.*nt on the Hi».il ni?. we%T
I he w inter and
Isst
that r.rilT tnt. ndH siaMihg
the season with him at ihat |N..itii.n «if the best lookeis-of his age i
f Ib nniiig*
This ie!i wilt win
«.in.
^
tacs s this sptiug. miles., all Mgi
fall,
Ti..
win? U
b,- a pM.i deal
W V Ituirh has ,ss.|,KHted h
leltei off this ye.ii in re;:aid to pdeb
.Hr
to Aiken for a few days, as he is ex
ers than ei*er le I
ISTilng
a
couple
of
colts
tbiF
week
Jack t*h.-sl.io. as
One
of
TiHHnas
llltrheocks
young
staff, will not Issten. fnmi Ijnle Hork and the n-year
old Ixm.lou IJght. l.y ihe Irish sire
hot wi-athcr. ,

nle Mnck h.id *i-ui Wadili-il f.tii lo
warm up.
Hilly Hogg look* to l»e the l»eM man
There were men on th rd and *ec(.nd. with two strike* am thr«H. hull* on the .New York staff. He ha* l.e«.U
ion the hniter and two m«in down. A with the Yank* Ihreo yearr. and>a4
Callahan

■1>«^ aaaeaa®« ««<'»« dollar of tbo

Offlro la room m 8UU Bank
e the laclnp
bulldlnf.
Monday from
Dated. Dec. 4. 1^.
J*'
J. M. HlTEtXllAKTrL
dac 4tolab-M
City Treaaurar.
per*«mall.v dli.s't

S|H-.kt<.* Of UrttlK. PUlriwri! ud l5*„?ri»r^h!,n**.’‘ nilM!!!? or.r

eat was In bla nnuiey.
anarnd him apabut bU
ibey were not aware of be fart, and
when (bo old man passf«1 away a fortJilsbi am Ibry hastened t.i hoar the

Nodeo U tbo Tbspoynra or tbo CKf of
TmTornaCRy:
Tbo tsz mlla fhr Uo eolloetinn of
tbo atato ncd eooaty tason fw lbd
yonr im and fbr tbo Mnt
acboQl and city taaoo and tpoela
oonunonu ior said yonr boro bow
pJacod la my banda for oollcctlon.
I win bo la iny ofSco to roeolTO aald

rrvri vr;”

- Aal^oflowy.. ir.

aorry
*tbot bappi^a. I ol«a>*
for lb«> pioo who laorr* o f^m<> In Iba

blnvNd Tirol nf bOM> bob. I

lor Ibi- bmtlor

i

fbUM

^

tbU work

A foot of «K>w alaaoat bari
bartod tbo
rrouad complotoly. wbik a aor
poratOTo kept all »br moat doro
tbnalaata indoora. courtins tbo
Kido of ibelr atm.* and boatr
morr or loa* bmirn path ihnm
' -----(know on tbo track, bowor,.---------ab.iw«, i ooeb weok day fmm t o’clook
o’clock In tbo forenoon nni from 1
New Verb. Fob. IS-Hark OrtfBib*.
o'tdoek to 4 o’clock la tbo afternoon.
Oa all atato and ooaaty taxw paid
baforo January 10. the rocnlar
racnlar foo of

peci-raa
tbe flnrt maa cftme «p.
s tbe «uM>zp«ei
I
tluil|Tkry took kU bna and Vr als

BKroie.
.

EM.EnKWi

trail F. Neriinger

Traverse Qly
Gas Co.

Candiiiate lor Republican

red hoga and tmef cattle.

Bjonr vote ht the
kUxehl90i.

TRY A RtCORO WANT Aa ^

...v-

THE; EVENING RECORD
TNAVmW CITY. I

i ; CHE lacHC
[

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G«£ »QA2>
IA VrueStor^
Springfield Feriy;
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y
the Cpnnecticutl(iVer%



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AT N tteio dte parAtei ttrt H tetttoly ciMtetertAte Ar

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•AAy. or. At itAAt. lAiy lAke M «Aiy.
TAetr oaU AaHAly AAdw to bo to fH
Into AfOTMt. AAd tAcy te«A aa far as

IHwftte tAo mmewit iteeti Ia tAo
CArtteAAb pAtAwAy. TANr aaptaam
Ate Ia to Ao~
Gamed to tAa teiaa

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T>ougld<s crane'

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Bm wAte to MAT tlie AAAy Ufe oAy
Atetn the AMtw teAliAblA. yot It la rml- .
tMA or tAa world who Abto note tte

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■rrateat aneMoa of Ufe hatro oanally
teen thcte to whoni Ufe Aaa Iwca a
Atragrla. A bAttle, sAd hi tAaIr tolla
and cenfllru they batro not oAly woo
awTfoa. but bate npttioetnd tte
te
treotaat >07 Ate bAUptMAk. Tte)
dr oAoe are not to be 4
>oy of victory la battle, i
odda AAd Aotable Achleteaaent
the race of adtermlty. Bam t

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WrrX^uWT^tete.

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A» fl Jt0tn tmmmmmi.

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Artel

f/t tiwted-ote fAte. >r rat >9rjr itet. ante

/f f

"

Ate rAt r^ fa tte iC.rte^a high^mmy

JEfFERSON'S ESTIMATE
OF WASHINGTON

In th9 /tea ^ rte ^raottaf .n ati rte late

^^A ll^^not OAiy.

«t aattcAlraa ataad. ate AiV Aratei /act JM

to live a CbrlatlAA life. No one bioold
mate tte mtatate of tblnklud ^hat a
life In rUrlat and for Cliriat will Iw aa
•aa^Ufe.
lempUtloo^f Ufe ate

WAOt rte acaara fa rAte cbi^ rte 4i/Srter (
/• “Kt laaa r^Ar f laaa Waate^aa a ap

1)

1^. ted M f,t - te »«. no j«d*.
mmmi wm cwr »0teter.
It mimm teitr i» opvoatoit. tM-lng tlHU
teted Ajr iQvwtWw or lm««in«tKjn. but

rharai lrr aaa prudrm^

rml!

aldaralloi^^ waa i

LtaTld vm!]^

te terlvdl frptn rouarllt of war. wb*rv
team** all auMWiteiii. h# ••i<«>tad
whatavar waa bte. at»d rrrtalaly no
lateral airar pUated Alt hatii** mor«
Jtelrloualy.
But If «l*ran«a<t durliia
tte raara* of Ite artion. If any mrmbrr
or Ala Alaa waa 4la»orai«d by auddan

1 gnmg m right to the r^ mt

he wa> moSt tremendiMia In hla a^th.
in hla eat.ei.ae. he an- honormble/bul
eaai t. liberal In eofUrlbullona to
uiiyifWIna on nil vUlonai) projeeta and
all unnerthy calU nn bU charity Hla
heart aa« not aann In It. affectloea.
but he eaa.-tiy cab ulated every maa’a

rtVr;"iii.v;ii:>ruTw.

Mtay U •ttete ••^ot tbwton and Naw

****^|jj;^

aad foee of Cbrlatlaalty are to be with
atood. Tho CTmatlan Ufe 1. Indeed a
ajalAat deab and blood, bot agalnat evil
tnal a«e«tea- 8AtaB and tala omU
a. But It la mrA a life tluit derel
opa true ObrIatIpB cbaracter and Ibat
baat exmnbUdea the life of oar
^ Unntor JoMM OhrtaL He knew no

me : hie
hit atature eaactly a bat one
«a» Bne:

frtridThi? ^ tet^te^temT^b^ iui
hla dt^laloB. Ha waa. tpdaad. la every
aeaae of the worda a wte. a rood and

fknal irSTSISTnrJIr^lSrtei'Inprte

dnrtive. hardneea fwodocio tte beat rr^
anlta: ease la aelflab. liardaMa U aelf
deoylnf. and the ChHattaa. above all

ffte arteV
late/^
rrte te Ate terte/.• ate3^^

.

T"**
bla lot.

PaUB

r.;:^ noir'.‘i'

~«1 .u b. p«r„ u «m«M Ute.

aoe. and the moet rraceful figure that
C«iid be e«.«n on horeebark
Altheuab in the rirrle of hie fiieode,

Man pppoeed Bte etep gO ^ tod of
aeeompMaAInc Hla dtetA. IA(
endartnc bardoM ai

“STV^tef traa aaturally Irrtubla

r*u *'‘hte’Su’lted rSm Md*teW^l
aaiwndenry over li.
If ever, howeret. It broke Its bounda.

. THE JVORLD^S TREND IN PICTURE AND^STORY
A MAMMOTH [PREHISTORIC SKELETON.

K MOVABLE TELEGRAPHIC STATION.

few

DiaaatIsfartioD with lew >leala ta
yoar Eadeevor eortety doeu not mean
a roateat for suigenian^ above tte aoHetlea of yoor tow^ or city; Dot a
Struggle for membem and eorial iaflneooe; not a inoateet foe the greatest
number of testlmoalte In a plreo time,
or a banner in a /IristlaD Rodeavor
pally, or even tte greateat r iUiiialaam
In committee work aa the *rlc object of
opr rodeevor. No. Owl ao loved tte
world that be organtaed your Kodeavor
aorirty aad fnit It Into a rommoalty
where human need exteada Ita wither
fd hand for help aad you paaa on Mng

mt

The rontrivemw plrture*! her*', tth l
Automobile The m^Uor may bep UMd either f.ir itruvtlon «
trtrlty a. alen.for ralaibir the> pole
p»le ebu-h le tUeil Ito the t
I le alntoei unmi
Inpted by the I
e the invenlur.
A BCAUTIPUl. CNOLIBHWOAIAN.
The f.mnleae of WeeliinuHand te tte
beautiful woman of title wboee name
Aae been mentioned recrnlly In iwnne^--

GATEWAY TO A PERSTAN PALACL

The ekeietou of
A ehown In the rut wae found rttwnlly
Alaaka and will be <
Alaete-Yukon-Pa. inr r\i«w.liloii to he he
In laoa. ThU Uteet .world e
which will be III Seattle. >V..h . will off.
but nothtnA'will be
‘reeilnt than the i

Mme V Mbra. the br«\e wife of uoe of
the.leadlnt «mren. .>f the Belgian ar*
iny. te» revenily templeted a^Jour^

TALLKtr TREEA.
;
The talleet tiree In the world arj I
•Uteimue prove not tar .from ' %i
KTurna. Auetmlla. Many of them
Ana feet kleh

LANGUAGES OF RUSSIA.
Under ih. ►, r|rrr.-»f the rear of Rueda live thlity-etpbt different national!lee. each apeaklnif Ite own Unpuape.
Aklch U forelpn to all othera.

The cut ah»w. the apleiMlid marble pateway to th
one of the mridenc^ of the ahaha of Perala. Thla p.*li
tixe chamben. devoted by the latp abah to the new parU
Ju.t before hla death.
A FAMOUS ORATORY.
The little etructuiw I
onre the oratory of the
of the court of L.nil. XIV. LoulaJte*^
he Carme-

yflj

THE FIRST MOTOR CYCLE.

Let ua not. thaterore. alfh for a life
of «ae. but >ey la the fart that w«
also muat *>odute bardnewi a. pood
eoldJera of Jemw Cbriat. ’ And la ow
atronlm and roadlria let us te atnms.
Dot ta oar own atmoptb. bat **te atmte .
la tte grace that Ta la Chriat Jemm.- *
Aad wbeo tte way eeems very hard let
ns te eaixmraped by raosemterlBg that.
bsviDc suffered with Gbrlst. ^ahatt^_
aJao retgn with Him.
' '
BISLK PEAmai.S.
i '
Josh. 1. 17; Matt, x, 3«-42; Mark viu]
S4-Wt; Lake Jx. »; Rom. vlt. I»»;
Acts XV. 26, 26; 11 Tor. ml. 24-M; £ph.
tL 10-lh; Pbll. 111. 7 14; I 3obn V. 1 5.

AGED ACROSATe
Henry’ Johnaon la an Cnpllah art
who ba» lived a century and la ailU
and bterty. He bepan hie career aa a
in the reipn of WilUam IV. and
ad once in the preeenre of that
performed
monarch. The

and heed ate the akeleton ftagvtu
clntehlng at yoar ■aintly robea. begflax for tte braad of Ufe?
A high Ideal write man mepae aome
kmely. R-fty poaltem toward which be
atmgglea and cllmba aad Eoally attalaa
only when be baa poUad down and
cmabed bla laat prwid oppoamit la tbe
rare.
Maa look dowg opoa the
maaoea. God dwtela with teem, anf
fers with team, laada team one by
ooe to Tlteery. We aie too wtellng

oar Tala tbeertoa. Wbea tea vtel of
thla temple la rest Is twain we etoad
face to Caoe wite Ooffa Ideal aad teen
we reaUae osr Indin

m
Oermaa

would eecure a 4iteree and marry tte former Amertean

Kaat

Rntcbbe. nwm tte ^
abe^ tote the route
Duke d Abruaal and

Afritw.

yteli^

r

J-^J

rtety ef ChftotiaB 1
aad lofod tee world <

ryd

cltew termaMtaacea the other dfy. It
le sow Praaldeat Beer. LL. D.. isd
tee whole Christian Endeavor world

m

f

•*

Tte machine abown In tte tpn madc Ita appemaace|4a lUi
te te tte fltet motor ocle that
rteck a apeed of
It was qnlte complloaied in arraapemrat. and
piled by petroleum Ipnlied In a motor ryUader
ArthT*t% 7^appeared”tte
apted limit waa three mllm. aad there waa ao
to perfect tte
laeewUoa ihal^n waa aUowed to pate wiiboui ai

in- CMTMX lo >hicb t.. VMU-ra t*.
Ured wtea ete wae tired of tte court
aad ted been eopemeded >n tee klnTe
favor by Mme. de Menfoimaa. Thie
relic la now to be demollabed.
: tte Prteeeea Tb

■V.;:

chopches by the **Wee fYees.- toteet be fooad ste deepelr. hot a
sew UtoL aad he aepsrteWy apeeka aC
tte aaal ef tee yosBff paciAe la flatSP
hripim Badearer aocUtlaa.

-i-

':rd.

r
/is o/5H£S5S~35£
T«b MiFrrwt

, MTimMv. nMNUAfry n. vm.

IcSe^i^sI^
^ For Sprb%g Once More

klads «f apparxtaa

ata M to nctetctiai: tte apaad ar
a atMl at to. Tto aUer
«f
to atmtoto of a Mt «r toi
wHgktoi u to auto ftoto to to

Mbrto aty. MIcb, PWa l2.-«p,
■to* was cectatoly to wt
•big! fiblp. aboy!
■aw. lie eeaMa't b^ pot
to to rod of light Ha«. vhJch vas
tomgtiie a town with
Inhablb
> their
«a aad
It 1
ouod CO a reel. B
ants and 13b0 of tom active sailora.
* aerrioea or tkrer
whOe to resBalBlag 1.S00 are la some
rtauito. Oae beM to reel boHua- wsy oooaeetcd wltK lake Bartgath*
a»«W I* Th* IDrttf^c Htar<
fair tj iu nitte. ao ma to alto to throBgb nlitlilblp u> to martoers
rrom to cooka to
Ommm, »M.. rpl>. li.-<3rikM
Wd to uaalod reaiUU
or otorwiae. mod y«>
MartBc drifted to to eagtoeen and t
U> tajm «rt are pajiac »c • b«l»i
I to amnv aiateri^i tor
.A. U-. -l.b . «l«
aad had potots. tor ahUkr as f
kig laatitailoci ap by the park
tie
mea. rtcu was dlscwased at
AB«
wbat
a
BaBikal
itoeTu
vK
«aI U k9jA tmsr «ri»a oat at toe mi} ra»p aoioe at.men
peciaUy at this time of to yBBr^hwp l«gth.
irara dmatag rOaraktaa vlth Umkea
ed to the roed i
to aBbars are Bit Bt homo!
Although more rapuins. mates aad
Ur, bM Un. K, Harr bare
ainoe, inairad of‘the oaiJre made
engtoeers
reside to Marine City to
How do all toM sailors put to their
« tlMff far* maiiUr purcba^ed frun a*eul
mom ia uae. ^or reimnlag
time dertog to wtoter moato when any other place of iu sire to th
to hair a pebWe atth a broken edge
ot oard Which had ran out. The dparm- they are barred from
B ifKJOVina
«wrNL,>vBe
.to ranm
rank an
and file of ihi. city
foUowtag umrj
tor world,
Mr. imair.
kaa b*a <
aa« tot'd, to rtoe bHag'hvld In the
bUMl and n ^glaorlin* bioar
-aa^ foLoari^ Ly hauling the i lU
. iremen and oUers. mill nut ^ip
Dr. W. II. BoTtea to able m auaa4 apbn to- eklti>a It lay nprm tbc
<iO liuard tttCvr Uturv. alodtng It min*
aad to tovartoble rdply was notho lUa practice apala.
arojud
Tbit metlHal ba» to adrau
and Haring U where It could be tom
chances with outride ogieers. Their
Tka famara are makliBi «ond nae of tmgf that to danger rf r ontag Imu
again «n abort noiici
|
_______
_
Uir«U*»«loo
pniT«lUi.t-««b. only explanation U that they
to Irltart. U .ittHOr'd.*.
tor* »boat corersd to MtoaUoa. AU wn along better mlih auangers. Thla
Aietiher tyfM* of lug knuan a^ U
loamMbrr
Oil of.r nu.n gavt
the
mariner*
do^U
to
kill
time
and
applies to entlrt- families of

laPrall
log.'
u
tlealgnod
lo
remain
i
WtMaa Haaa la aary airk
^•touRftttvib'ii tif a ftrfw* cif r**okln::
hope for an eariy opealng of naviga living here. The fsthiT
rmitlttuieja m-rvlre duHne a vwyag
ifr. m4 Mra M. Ma/aard
Trav
Mien eiTi|*li-,«d b* ilw tifiirabi htmtlni;
tlon. They are already becomtog rest- master, but his sons mUl tovarlably be
l^ riaaiHWily attaHved to to trafln
iraa diy are rlaMlap l> W
found on some other man’s
less and anxious for to start.
laLiih la at the Stem),.In
rTni,.ltt aa uiwii
ton! that tiM> aia.nt time have been
When the sailors are not
Unlike the Urge lake porta. Marine
l•oa;Uuo l«
rod or idV.;.
matti rs th«-y
city doesni clialm any deck, haads ns these various mati
n... inu'd hy a Lit t»f
They hsve everythtog e Ise tog cards pool or
rltng. But the
Ue>ks like a ga» meter. It has towc
> soap I non n lothe BtarJ^fetd i,a hhKwJ
captain down to cook, hoerever. pool table to one <g to hotels.
dlala divided Into lentha. each haVlag
atmp aaa Lolled trt ^e^iprtonde.1
As n mle the boys sre n thrifty lot which is n gn,-at gathering ,idsre. Is
bv dr..p.
.meal mile, another miles.: and and hank their money during the sail a MgUt to Itself. CHivecislly when sail
aiuuea |bto the inJxiun-. The atones ^
...
^ ,0
Ing season and therefore do ool havejors surround 1:. The table is about
nerebeftietllna^lreof talgi.sndci»w!,»_
_____ ....
;Uinw dlaU are reail In • combiaatlon. to worry about their three squares 2x4, and wh(*n the tar* grasp their
Tba Ladlaa. Aid aoe|Hy wet Wodne*
chill*. They a I re carried toihr .
g day while spending the winter 1 rue* esp :. 3 Ur fa^h.on. it U truly
11 .the
I Mra.3amaril.
toy two atirka. one forkrni and the!
huCa To.;r
B.i* an!. to.' •.‘vc players
4 and 6, nr*|»«'Ctlrely, they mould rep^ a^orv.
other attaJghi. the latter U.ng uomI
rt-nilit ti diBlanee ot tH >* luiiea. Clock
ifla to amblUoo of every man to They
tak«
♦o Bilr the w«p an It dadled. In
Id.- ih.- meter In driven by the become a ahlp s officer nt the earllr^st ■"
<he .vptaln Lad JiiM ordered
former ttim> the 1k.IU-K was done In
DudhMi iif a • nd.imr.'* a device 1
poaslble date, which ^cauiK.. the great •
«»
the hide „f tt L„g.,|„. KupiB.tted in the
fellow’:.
h**ka like a vviy^ender poijn Ih.r. hr majority of them to walk the straight *« *
Aa Ovoaan veterinarian haa at
manner Jtj»i .I. jm iiU d or lin ked into
SCHW. amt which Ih lua.-d U*hlnd
to labocmtmiea of I»arke.
A Co., a iMde In the giouni!.
of baUmlt. to eatraaN df a bo
On top ««f a l.ir;te hill the
rei
iwhkh arv «>u iiaiid iu « very
and
- w V^rl of I ho ep|«ir.iti
aaalnla." H<hc rhedcim U raging t. an faBiinj, pl..e« ».i a »ne.ti« ju.* ntan
.SaliH.ii to help the sailor* get 1 id of
aUnalag e*i**t In
flioti
f..aM«hip dlBtiveufl
An oval
Mrurtim
H;,„
Iheir Ct.ln. iK-lorc tbe^sea -^m ojK-n.'Mtowrtb of Owoaao Two ,nat a-d bogrt feUciei. ha<l been « ivi U'd mllh an «*|»en I 1,.,
^wera pnerbaaed at f>w,HUM. mv.ml Ing to the ;e,tr.t
1 he inelm^ure m:ih|i :e-lncts the d^utiiv covci
weeks ago by a unmiloent <h*r.i* r and liiiul mith un i-v«‘tcn-'
■=|.u,.
If., i.. deshkidc to i
placed In Uiidr herdn. Aa n leault
" »|M-id l-‘lng mad.-, the fad can Ik* congrogste
ttoarty everyb(Ml>‘tn the rlrlnliy ha<«
iKl. to u.-crHuM...d;.te
bowling alleys
1
in a Bill.11;; I
wlure
‘ , ad tba( bO have died andaall tdlorta
I^irse rourli
««d >fantastic.
ibmie^ of these
hops
again
roug wsslher
woer »»n,
^
^
/ -to tock the dle«-aae have »m> far ten-n
. lo the sun. It M»n*Uted of cloth
- and eagh feath.-iK.
nnmlK-r of the tsrs come from piomiship’s rations and other mailcm
ta .-Itch iHiel, hilltop* uidi Ia*i and
Tor some disctiaslnn.
An lajuty to <w of h»« h ga Unrinc
state that at these event* one dnesn‘1
IV for ecveinl Uav* and ulahi.s
A*
While pl.'tying llic to!(. of the
Are you going bark to that old
i tool ball came ihr>'«' >v«m acn
hear the stereutyp<>d nautical expres­
•y have a atnurg <H«ivliilon I hat Samatlian by lehdini: a hi*lplnc
amad the d.wlh nf Cieo Ra.-ma. age.!
sions- to fact no «Hic would ^ver
*►11. frvHjnciit hiIIloj.^< nbd hei Ihelr to a-Mint VL farmer In getting t
I. a printer uMloaartJ CUy.
La,.(
rk* wjHMi all HviiM? ^M*rN»iia foumi luick on hia hv»d. Mauhica Kimllng of

r

CKAWN

-;r

~r,=

there, the lone faster xmiM be po*
itSMHl of the greaiest cviunigt*.,

■:;c

Moiiivh-. had Mh akuil ciuahe«l. The patriotic he will r«*Hent his boat be­
h g fell irutu hhrVagon on Klmll
ing referred to us a coffin and an dirmom is on Instanter.
Marine City is proud «f two of i.er
•Why. ymr-you-It’s the best 1
son*—r.npts J. c.
und Jtdtr
en wagon on the lakes: I'd rath
r than that old box you’re going Mltrh.-n. ls.th of whom now rv-sM*
to Cleveland. They w.-rv* reared here
as poor boy* and arc now among the
V. rut that dope out. OMn
nu sneaking in behtod ^’htteflsh foremost vessef ownerw of the grt-ai
to that blow last .Vovember. and lakes, to their prosricrity they haven't
forgoitcn their native town, 'as tb<-y
didn’t we keep on goingr
• That’s all right: we did go behtod >-elecl nearly all of their capiainv
ongtotH*rs from the men of the
Whlteflsh. but others beat us ihere.or its immediate vtctoity.—IXreplles the other.^
Ncw.h.
“We were to that same blow. * spoke
up another voting lar. “I was In the
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy and she got
Immived good and. hard, but Just the
we managed to save to crew of
the schooner Vienna off Thunder bay.
The Vienna was flying light, lost all
anras and was rolling, to the
trough of the s(w when we sighted
We came arotmd her severaj
before we could get a line to
her. There was an old js oman al»out 80
vears old on the Vienna, but this
dldn-l stop one of the boat's crew, a
great big dub. from being to first to
jump aboard the Shaughneasy when
the schooner came upon the crest of
a ware. Yes. sir. that was a pretty
rough trip. When wo gotVm aboard
the Shsughnessy we had to tic lines,
on them so they wouldnY be washed

0i

Kore*tiy In C anada.
Tlie Cniiadiaii-IVclfic lisilway compauv tins iKxun free planting on quite
cxicnslvc scale iiipng it* western
■H. A coninict im* iMM-n hi for a
ill acrenge of Im-aking m ar WoK,on winch U l* ihc liit.-ntiui. tu exiiueni with-i;uii.ini.k fjr ties.
.%
fdivx: of gn*nn«l i* also 1» -l*e planted
a^.MiHli.-ine lift vvith Jack pme and
t:iiiiar:iek for llic v:iiUe pun*i*^'*- <*v«-r
Inih-S of lre<-.H ure tn |.e pliilll.Hl
in-n WlnniiK-g nml Cnlcnry. f.*r
r break*, and nt *eveml stati'UM
» are to Ih- pl»iit«Hl aroniid the stugrmirnls. .-ind prize* nn- lo Ih- of
fen-.! forcincn who iii.ike the
showing In’.ttM-lr work.—Cnimdl.-ui
Fore;
Vresiry.JMuniah

ST

ca hshut Jus: ns m^rimisly

SI si
Iticl Ilarte. whcMC p
Mr». HeK-uiiiy If.irte St«^e. duuchU r
' app4x.tr*. baa iMxm for a ihwe an Inmate t*f an alnihouse at I*oi
Wln-u the fact* bt-^anie Ubnwd I rli-nds of the Callfoinla writer
.* to Hiipply the wants olStoe daughter and pnnlde fur her to a 1

...

^

-

»! Stop Drinking !

Truth TVlIIng Rot Always

Konnsn Hnpgood wss «1
Americsn new *ttaper*.
“It
gb tbst our io|H-r* Nkould It-ll the
tniMi," he P.tid. Triiih telling In li Orrine Will Destroy sU Desire
Wh.s4.ey or Beer.
I* not luii Ucularly‘u lMThus
aJIed oil
young la.ly om•arly
^^d hi*'
nlong. lie wantey to give tbIndy :i nu>inii-g *i.;ii through th
ghl. Ike young lady'j
aiirwer*-,! the |m1I.
to*:' said tiie

' 'tJIic's lipHtrurs.’ mM the llMIe g.rt
in ner nigniv,
uigbiv, I.Htking ov-r
the
Ucra:d.
balUHlrade.' “-«Ko

for

A Michigan diuggi*!. II. <1. Col.-man
h.is made H Ilu.ruugh *iU4iy of various
cure* for the liquor hahll, and give*
thih IIS a n*ftill of his InvestlgathHi:
• Ihirofb la 1.lug the agency of Orrtue.
I went to a «HMi*lderablo trouble lo
l.-nrii ahoiii it and-iK-eonie confld«-nl
that it wa-. a thtinairhly honcbl pn-pnratliuj and pat oue by a rcllablu
flint'
Writ,, for fn-4- book 4.n tbc cure of
al.HdioJIsni l.» the. Orrine Co., Washingtoii. It r
MalUd si-alcd. Orriuo
4si^|. hut II ,H C U.x.
oitlm- is *<.ld by Jolmstm
Dnig
r.i. 12:. K l"ont *iicet. -

At a
. Rocks That Float In Wstsr.
ps.I.HT.M Who U well up in bU
lne«H can name a <}ox4-n or twenty

HulK-Iite i* one of tbc In-st known repn-M-ntntive* of that els**. The eonimoo
pnini4-e *lom- Is another exampk-. The
rtK-k with tl*e very hmst *i.eclflr grav­
ity known I* dsruarl. a *ul*4lan4-e
found in an extinct volcano In Itsmaraland. It* atomic weight Is It. or exact­
ly oiuhbalf that of hyilrogen.

frf .Aid 4SMirt. h4l-t At »h. prT.l«o,
tti ibr rltr nf Traverw filv. In MUd
t,. .m thr- MU d*y of J*j.u*ry. A- U
«t. 1I.« Fnsl B WslkT. Jude* nt



,2u;, ,'riT.
_____ •„..................

/v
Jodg-of lYfUt*

T Lcv.xevtiv-c
lured another wheelsman, “but I know
I was to the pilot house of the Clsi4 nee A.,Blsck going up Lake Michi­
gan. When pilot house and everything
elM* movable was washed overboard.
“S’pnse Ton proceeded to aay your
prayers'right away.” Interjccled an
other.
• Well I guesit yt>u would If you
weiT in I He pilot bouse. • If we had
teen out two bourn' longer wo would ^
Ksre lost that ship.”
{

'f'

m

THIS MAN wiu Spend

mitooD.oM
■yi,%

I IS* Pnama anal. Tb» <Hlr<r Md m tho l<nrw tandmd ^ k,
a win hudlr th»
rtich IS.
and N« Voi* tu>« S

“You fellows aU Ulk like a lot of
ndlobbers.” Intermpted
aa
older,
head
“No storm can hurt those big
fellows; they don't roll or cut op at

IrortCA
CVRE CONSTIPATION
by tonioK and strenRthening the
bowels, and stimnlating the secre­
tion* of the liver so that those Im­
portant organs can do the work
DSture Intended. If the waste mat­
ter b not dbpoaed of through the
ordinary channeb. it accumulates
and geoerates poisons -which arc
carried by to blood current
throughout the system, causing
stomach trouble, headache, back-,
ache, colds, and rbeumatbm.

SfS!wamVs^T^^

EafiraCnaa Stpartlw
Ukca all tbc creamwt of the milk ud takes it oat as

O... I.

dri*. Dm. «. J

• lltoKUTaMBtB token
misat protestsTrom all Quarters.
”Hbw about all tteao Ihsi got.tbcirs
to tb« blow a year ago last ftdir was
,e question from all onartara.
Th« tie older tar bedgad a lUUa
by ataUng that any big ataal boat Is

1 right to a atom if Ibay keep bar
sadad In.
From this to-tUacoaMaa drtfti
prorl
a In

ig to directions will pro­
duce one Batumi, easy movement
of the boweb each day. and stimn-

iim

1U totlsaato toaUito toe
olate coated toblats. easy to take.

That old boa narar Md tod «ood:
she U 00a or to ktmgriast I «var
sblppad aa.” said oee.
Wall, to baat 1 wrar Mck was
-— ska was a iwgolar home aad
rd go back apala if 1 dMaT kara lay
job llaad ap lortoxt bsi^Ml"

-Bat: aiy^tkaf eook ca to ----

..M:.

How Is Your Stove?
®«»WI buy ooe

~Ms. TWa is always

bow

and save several doltars would you do It?

esr^ these stoves over, we are maUng same very low pricM 00

i\c lie'll
c i>Lc\ \ i’v C

r UxiidreiA

«4«taf8WA>M^A.

v-4

.ABVRtoiy.

h tm MMr tt.

to dha eamt; aad baMtog II to
toe lafi baad cat away cbe paal Vito
a dharp hates to toe i%bt baad.
toe Mt adi aa toatetk. to l
.M- tersai ta tot Hteto haai aad eat

Slie Speaks from Eisperience.

'aSJJS'
JmisT
ODMtekNT

•.K

lUk'

mck ftlter. mi tW MUtei
o«r tkft «Mtor It Jft iv lkft.|

> W cfcftftfM. m toliM .Hi
«WM •« fet mrrn tt ymrt «• Utor;
tkft
Mikr tkt ■to4

Itars Wh](

tomtarittolorlkft
fm
m to potfom dH|r. mk. to. w»
to ovir Wvtoft m ffftft4i^i to ta*
i tte ftuMfetoft. hot fttoo to km tlto

<fct« »rta», u» Mr* HMilC »

^***»" SmI

**' ***"

Mflt of M ftfv apt to toko llto too
ftvtoHto. It to ter kftCtor to

, W« wv ■IIIBC M»-(klra* «rtk«
food, aad a tov of toe vays la*^
It amy mast laadlly be employa
—betead la toe fallevtag redp
^Oiaage Pit Beat top yatosj of,
. er utlarty lacapaMt af fbu
wkta^ add a
ter. SUr la tot palp aad foloe of kvo

tet « tk. tom. oikorm ptorloi I
bm BtofU of iko Citr. Ift vkfttoTor
teto ov lot to eato, we adfkt joto

•ok.
Akout kalf an kour I
vtag add toe jmew pf a tamoa aad
» Mat twklcb abeaW be m
cal eery smaU) aad lei ela
t aot bon. till roady.
Ue; eboald be eereeA with tola
b; plecw a wan of It' arabat
putter wtik tbe carry lasMe.
for curry abould be very white,
toe grains aaparote

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uggs and a cupful cf sugar: toeo mil
la toorougbly. la toe cater glroa:
A Ubleepooafnl of melted butter, bah four pounds of nice steak: spn
a cepfol cf milk, a cupful and a haU
[ aa Inch thick with a forcemeat
Xif• M tk« roMM. m4 ttof tte «*7
allghUy. 0001 aad aaree.
of Soar, half a teupooaful of eoda
of broadenuaba. aa natal
age Ict-Ia a plat of e
a teaapooafui cf cream larUr. a table
mr savory. Roll It up ai
for taa artautoa the g
apocafnl of oraage juice aad a bit of tl securely with tape or strtag. Put
gmhi aoUlftc br
------ of tear oiaagos; strala toe
toe grated rind. ThU U to be baked toe meat Into a daip aauoapaa with
ry. bet the etmahtor
tor apoB a poaad sC sugar, add a miat la a rouad. akallow paa. and when
a Urge lump of aoet. one teacup of
to .Itself mftc
of oraags jatoa. aad when cold poor done mad withvinegar aad oae quart of wattr. Let
Orange Cream>4ato a cup put toe It simmer very geoUy for fbre hours
Juice of aa orange, balf lu peel, aad or tongcr. adding a lltUe more water
a uh^apoonful of lemon Juice, illtag if required About aa Wr before
m tt.

wntWl wutej. Let It stand for aa It Is done, add six carroU aad one
Grace Cplaoapal Church,
First M. C. Churob.
Mtirfrt kot «r^ Jte I*balfvopfal of butler end a cupfel of hour; torn train and put on to boll turnip pared, and cut In small ptooaa.
Wkm CW tm to •vwtta-;
Joseph Duiuto. pastor.
sgar: tato toem stir a well beaieo
a Ublespoonful of cornstarcb.wet Tom toe meat two or throe Umea aa lngto^VtroSt^““ *»cuue aad 1
Ito |«* Mto M* tMVM*Morning senrioe. IflrlS
l^toj^nrice aad aenmm.
an.
balf a capful
eaptel of milk, aad a Iplat la cold wnler. sUr till thick: then It cooks. Whan done place It oa a
g. bair
I atal ft frtoUft !Sunday school, oooo.
ultoft. Help «• to ptoy tke maa. of*•dour
dour lato which two toaapoodfuto
oror hot water for ten mlantes hot dish, remove the string, and put
^^nday uebool and Bible clai
Bpworto League, f p. «.
kelp ne to perform them with toitoktor
.baklag powder hare been elM- loafer. Next sUr to toe beaten yolk of the vegeubles around It. Strain off
Jlmr^ COM vim Jliito^
‘ ktad tocos, let eheerfoluftM
Evening evangelistic service. 7.
bake la two sbeeta. For toe an egg. to wk|eh two benptog table- toe fst from the gravy and thicken It
A cordlaJ InrltaUan to i
. Jim or M Bimin It.
4 with todostry. OIre e. to go
l^W mcelMfc Tb.r»U, .naUv.
peel alx oranges, remove tbe apooofula of sugar have been added. a UtUe. Boiling will make toe meat
vft fft aigi fit*,.!
ly oo oer beftlaoss all tkU day.
slice, sprinkle with augsr. jand
for another minute, add a tea- tough and usteleas. It should only
timglH ftbout It!**
krtatofttooer roto|pc bade weary place between tog layers. For a sauce. spoonful of butter, and cool.
Uke toe gimted rtnd of twb orangee.
Orange •nillng-Bcsld together In
graoi oa la the aad Iba gift of aleep.< toe juice of one. half a cupful of su-i fkrlna kettle tbe grated pulp of two
shin of beef la sufficient cold water Low mass. .8: high mass. 10:30; rea­
I>o aot forget to tot the auatklat gar. a teaspooaful of butter aadjtwe foicy oraa
which toe seeds
to cover It. add salt and pepper to pers aad benediction. 7:10 p. m.
lato your rooms and aU over 'tbs cupfuls of witer; tolelMalag frlto bare been
balf of one peel
isxte. and let it almmcr gently. Af­ 8L FrancU Church-<toreer Tunto
Do not forget to go outdoors OPTO aurch. Serve hot.
grated, tvro UbUepooalruls of water
I U shine all orer you. aad alao
and a cuptel of War. lato this atlr ter it has cooked alowly for two and Caas aireeta. Sunday-Low mast
hours add three oaioos. throe tomado aoc toll to get a lltUe suashlne laa tobleapooaful of conistarch. made
loes (or one and oae-bslf cups alew- at 10:30 a! m.; vespers and benedic­
•W*dM.toy IB Ik*
Let the mind a^d body both, be
smooth in a little water, and oook UI1
ifoi of butter, toe
pd tomatoes) and one cup well waah- tion at 7 :10 p. m. Week daya-Smhatbed erenr day la ^imabloe. as
Ivo oranges, toe grated peel of tee thick. Best tbe whites of two eggx to pd rice.
Tbe vegetables abould be vices at 7:10 m. m.
laaa. aad wboloaoato and i
Stir la a teaspooaful of corasUtcb a SUIT froth with a cupful of powder­ rut up.
Let almmer for an hour
• ftiteatko foakoriltowlthllsht • It win keep you. The little aefaps aad wet with toe,.Juice of half a lenion: ed sugar, aad sUr Into toe orange
«
Aad drtfaa tko eloiids away; • palBs or the body will Taalah. and the beet again thoroughly and bake U when almoat cold, reserving enough longer. Look at It frequently after
AU an «MooM to *n tt* MnloM
the rice U put in. aa toe gravy may
petty Irrltstlons aad TaaaOboa that pattypans Hned with paste.
10 cost tbe top of toe cake.
Corner Oak aikd Hfth streeta.
boll away, and toe rice will soon
eoaie atoog erery day wiU paaa by aaFwitMmUi MrtM M. C. Otamik
Rev. rrauklia Meredith. Rev. Mary
Orange Taplooa-Wash and atedp a
burn: If It gets too dry add a litUe
noticed.
R«. U B. OrpMUr. pMlac.
Nice Ways With Beef.
cupful of tapioca, tbm simmer la a
boiling watcT.-Northwestern Agrt- Moon Meredith, pastors.
Meeting for worship Sabbato morn­ CUu mMtlBg. *;4l «. M.
Stewed Boef-Beef prepared in rultnrallst:
plot of boning water until clear. HsvDeilctoue Oranp. Veclpee.
ing. I0:30^a. m.
tots vrsy Is excellent sonod cold with [
Not long ago Home Cheer gave a tug peeled, and seeded a doxen sour
Sabbath school. 11:45 a.
John
number of ways of uihig oranges. orangee (sweet ones may be uaed
time. Have
tbe addition of lemon Juice)[cut
The following, from Good Housekeep­
*MMU«. Th«dv
Save every little broken scrap of
Junior C.E.. 3 p.m.
, ;
taken
out
of
toe
m<
In
slices
aad
stir
these
tntoltoe
ing. will be found delicious, aad at
Mjsp all over tbe borne, and drop
Senior C. E, 5:45 p. m.
sprinkle It with a very llUle cayet
ig
tapioca.
Sweeten
to
taste,
thU Ume of tbe year, ecoaomical. as
these ptocce toio a atooe Jar. When
Gospel meeting. 7 p. m.
aad aerve with cream and suW- pepper, roll it up and tie It. Put
Tke ealaa of aeaaktot. both arater well, for oranges can be purchased
abo«
a
third
full
dissolve
three
Teachers'
mceUng
Tuesday
evening
to
n
slew
pan
with
enough
water
IA4I..- UbmiT iundtat
lal aad aplfHaal. It wall brought out more cheaply for toe next few weeks
Ago Cuatonl-To toe beqtea
7 p. m.
la tko'lonciwtBc an
article from Madtoa) than almost say other fruit, sad the
a of alx eggs add toe juloe of cover It. add two tableapoons of vin­
Prayer meeting. 7:30 p. m.
Talk. 4f oearym who reads It will advantage of taviag fresh fruit oc­ four oranges aad a cupful of odd [wa­ egar. two sliced oolong six clove*, quarts of hot rain water and.pour
them into tbe Jsr. ^T»en cool it will
Preaching ou Sabbato both morning
•adeaTor to put it late pracUcal casionally during toe wlatea months ter. Beat again, aad net avny for aa two tablespooua of cataup and
form a Jelly, and a tabtospoeaful of and evening.
dally use. H will be oae of the galck- is so evident that It is uanecesmry hour. Having |iept toe yolks of egg* per knd salt to taste. Let it
this will make a strong Utber In a
All .rc cordl.Hr MifUod »d wcl
aat aad auraat ways of ckaaglag aoc to dwell jipon it. days toe magaxlae: In a cool place, beat them with a tup- very genUy for three or four hours,
or until very lender, but not falling gallon of water. This is excellent for
•aiy tkalr.owa llTca. but those of all
(t must be admitted that toe ovaage ful of sugar, aad with the grated rind
vftk vkm tkay cotot tato coatact. is a fruit which It Is eomewhat dlf- of one orange add toem to toe beaten to plecex, nace the moat when done cleaning any kind of patated surface,
^^1:30 p. m.. chrtxUaa's praiaa motb
niaitlng. oil eJoth. table Unens. etc.
on
a
hot
platter,
and

remove
.brtogiM
tobte paaea aad happl^ dcult to est grseehrily. Not a few
a. Cook in a small saBcepan
In fact. It win clean anything beautl8 p. m. red hot aalvatloo making.
Vtoft vkkb all tto vortd is aoaklag sensitive peims dear toemselves la hot water. tUrring constantly, [and string. Thicken the gravy «
Our standard. HtOtoao. STtbt
lull.v.
It
is
excellent
beuldea
for
the
much
of
tfaa
wilt
be
required)
la tkm aaily daya of tke Iweatletk the luxury entirely when in pubUc. oa pourtog into t»aU cups as It l^lcka lltUe flour, pour some of it over
Matary teore eagerly tkaa over be- account of toU difficulty. But modes­
tr
*cboal
u
12
m.
the beef, and serve the rest
fora, aad vltk more etrtalaty of auc- ty need not go to this extent. -When
CM*tl«II.MMA
Aga Skerbei—As toe unlt^
if you do not rare to economise.
gravy boat. The h'ft over gravy will
tpaa* haoattaa they art worklag from la Romo, do as the Romans do."
7;W)T^, B.
are. take a quart of water a^d
Just buy two good bats of white soar
Iba aptrltoal. rather than the mater makes a very good motto for toe pub­ Urge tepful of sugar, of which make make an excellent
and shave It line. Then add tbrev
vegetable soup the
lal aMd of lUe.
tp. Add, tbe grated rind of si orlic aatlag of oranges. Tbe ssbet pop­
ounces of powdered borax dissolved
Palllea of BeefModtopl Talk kas always had a ular method of eating toe fruit at toe ange and a’lemon, and set swa^ to
alce made with either cold stewed or in two quarts of hot rain-water. ThU
Church of Christ (Disciples.)
great deal to aay about auBablae. We prvwent time, la this country Is pr^ cool. With tola aUr toe whites of two
y) from 1 to 8,
roested beef. Allow equal quantltiea will also make a strong lather.
J. Allen Canby. mlnUtrr.
sbly wbst U called "tbe Florida way." eggs, tbe Juice of six oranges sad
Sunday. 9:30 a. m . quid hour.
of
cold
minced
beef
and
mashed
potaTbe orange Is cut In two at right an two lemoai. freexlng ImmedUtely.
Sunday. 10:30 a. m/morning a
Latter Dys taints (Rsorganlmt.)
Butler
some
scallop
shells
A
Waffle
Recipe.
glea to the stem, and tbe pulp from
*hlp.
Orange Ice Cream—4.tse a qusr^
TUESDAY E\'BN'IN0.
or deep i>slty pans and pUce to each
Vaffle* art' vrry ea^y to
SandJO', 12 m.. Sunday Hch.ail.
each sectloa Is removed with a spoon. ream, or of cream and milk oil)
7:30 a m.. Rellgo-Utcrary aoctoly.
layer of nicely seasoned mashed
Sunday. 3:30 ppm . Junior C. E.
* has an Iron for the pm
Another very good way Is to cut tbe
SUNDAY.
^Sotea^^aivp ID . imcnucdtab
tatoes. cover with the beef which
padally fkt bedroOka. Ttam after skin with a sharp knife longitudlaally. Juice of four or llva^rsnKe.. accord­
7:30
a.
iil. Social servlet.
tlato wa base aald put tke bed where Into six or eight strips. Remove tkew. ing to alae. aad a cupful and a half of abould te seasoned, molatened with ful each of sugar anil baking povdcF Sunday. 7 p. m.. cvangclUllc service
11:46 a. m.. Sunday sebool.
gravy, aad flavorod with muahroom and half a teaspoonful of salt. Sift
the aua wlU dblae oa It. walk oa the
aagar. on which baa been grated toe
7:00 p. m.. Broaching by Oder W.
catsup, and over this place
Tuesday. 7:.*;o p. m.. cotlsgr prayer
and add the beate^ yolks of
.auaay aid# aC Iba atraet. alt la the
pee) of one lemon. Scald toe croam. another foyer of mashed potatoes
D. laiu of South Boardman. All aro
logs on cast and
vladow, or out oa tke porck aad let
when •cold add tbe orange Juice and
welcome to attend the aervlcta.
butter. Bake for
the aaa sklae go you. Try to kare
Wednesday. 1 -30 p tn.. every sect
then froexe.
|
half an hour. Good for breakfast or stiff and add to the mixture with two asd fourth wt^k Lorcas Aid sod
a oaa latk eeery day.
Lattar Day SalrtU.
Orange Sauce—Of tialf a pint ol au•leupoonfnls of melted bo^ter. Cook meela.
gar and a plat of water make a tfoar
Over aad^orer agala we keee aeld
Wednesday. 7: 30 p m.. every fl
a greaaed hot waffle Iron and serve week
tlrap. which abould be boUed
tbtto tldi^.untog aid adrieiag peo.
of month C. W. B. M. meeU.
with syrup or augsr.
Thursday. 7:30 p. m.. union mid
claritod or aklmmed. Uae er
pie to tUy la Ike aua. Get all of tke
week prayer meeting.
tost are under rotoer toaa fully ripe
—■bitei Iboy jeaa. bacouse we knew
Friday. 7:30 p m.. Sunday
peeltogW removtog toe while akla
fiaator ealae to the pkyaleal
teachers' meeting
aa far a. can be done without tafrokWelcome to worship with na are
CONTAINS HON-BY AND TAR
grangers,
workingmen and tha poor.
lag
toe
pulp.
Separate
tbe
aecttoaa
Ptoato oaaaat grov ««»«m they
and
drop
toem
Into
toe
botllag
alrtip.
bate aaatelaa, aattbar caa the b
allowtng toem to cook unUl tboi
tbr*bwls***^ bcelthy ecUoa of
bodjr ba pt Ito bail If akat away from
ly eoalded. Lemon Juice and the ^tev. R. N. H
the uaaNifeL
10:00 a.
1
ed peel may be added aa flavor U deand^it^ISgtbSJi to
But vklto are art adrtotag auafthlae
10:10 a. as..
alrad. Uatoro too orangee aro te be
Tuesday Evening at 7:10.
ter cba bpiy. V atoa vaat to ompba“^:00. SmsW aobooL
lisa toe lmpmtokce<of auasbla
d tote over toem again*
1:30 p. m, Jantor T. P. A.
0:30 p. m.. Saaior T. P. A.
) Jelly-cW half a b<tt ol
7:00, evening goape] servfa
with a pint of cold-^ter;
SUd Wit to Wiadomand after It baa soaked for an fomr
add a aeant cupful of sugar, toe imkm
•*A full ctoiuch siakM
of two large oranges, and a plat of
1^ cteiiaa wolotete.
boning water. Strain and tote into

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Kennedy’s
Luftttve
Cough Syrup

Cte af tolaga. tow woald lad toum
•abroa. tellp. baoamlag teagaetic.
^R is eary-bard 10 foolfo wbkb has
toe aM taiaaaoa upoa toe baalto of

TheQrigmal
Laxative
Cou^ Syrup

teUaa. ar tot teaar
5
i

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n

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I
.

baaaklat btefok ve gaU. toe groat
aatdoora. that btipa ao meeb to make
toabidyaUDag.baaUkyaadTigoroQa.
vtt alao taad «o kaap toe miDd full
af aaaablaa aad §!«• it baaltoy
vt latefo to lit toe

Is eaual ts Kesmedy^ Umatlve
gyrup. Cbllteee like h.

n*^ to TaKe
ChUdnoLUtott.

Heart Slrenglh

Oroags Puddtog—Five sweet or­
anges aro to be jetted, alleed jtoln
and aeattod:
* '
pint of mUk to toe boMtog pouit bj
eauing It to a pot of boiUng water
add'toe wen-beaten yolks of toroa
eggs, and a tobleapooaful of nornstorte mate amteto wlto a UiUe cxfld
milk, atlnlai all toe time. Aa aomi
aa H tolekana. place oa top of iLtog
■wifttoaid fralt; beat toe whitte of
toe uspa to a etHf troto. eddtag is to€f eugar. aad aaa aa
Let It harden to toe jovea
mtautee. R may be served
boL but la beet

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Dr. SKoop*s
7:00 p. ,m..«vmung worship. Ootete

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