The Evening Record, March 01, 1907

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The Evening Record, March 01, 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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1907-03-01

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thr evening record im
TjMventixmr, mcMioAft. fkioay. march i. t«7.

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ESCAPE CHMR

lOORt or ASYLUM
ORER ROR NH|M.

MAY

jioisiiSTiEimsaHmiiT

by IMS
By Wlrw to tbe e^^iag BaeonE
Maoblngtoi^ March l.-Accmrdlmt to
idflctol ftgmrw Twsardlag mormon, the
toJlowteg la shown In Utah branch
of the l^tter-Day Balms are 3(0.000
membevs. Throughout the world there

SEVENTEBI
WERE INIRRED

TO BANQUET
ONMARCRO

move
4m94 all eRbrle to send Thaw to the
•Mctrle cAmOt «»d DUtrict Attorne)
JlHMH iMjr atop the trial at any
Dr. leaaa leatifi^ that when
killed WblU be wai aurerln* fiun au
a^d Uuii Im bad Uree each outburata
cae ar which omirred In Pmabnri tn
Saanarr. IMM.
€vHx«i m.
Rrriyn Thaw ta airk In M at her

ICWWWMWg

By U*lrr to the Bvenmg Recunl.
Alpena. March 1.—John Siandnis'
lumber camp at ThomisHio Harbor
burned yesterday. Seventeen men
narrowly escaped cremation and ati
otherwise

mm AIDER SMTH COMIHG

B. Hoe. and Win 0.l»v.r an

llJ-

Siax lal to The EviUilug Ki'cord.
Nortbiaat. Mlcb.. Mairh l.-Hynui
SwevH ^HMul away yeslenlay Jifteit*r a|»opli>iy while visitIng at the
of his ilaughter. Mi>. W. E
CaniplH-ll. wife of tbr editor of the
North port luwder. Mr. Swer-fs home
was in I3astia»rt. where he condudetl
general Mon- with his son. The
MV U a large one. the telephone of
flee being localdl there. ali»o the pi»M
office, his son iM-lng the iwi^tmastor.
Mr. S*«-t was 73 years of age and
In addition to his daughter. Mrs.
Camplmll. he left <M»e sini. WllUam H
of East port. The twaly was prepared
hy I’ndcrtakor Carter and will be
shipped to Central Lake tomorrow
morning for Imrlal.

DOBBLE FUNERAL
Mrs. Frank Carver's Father and
Srwihm-in-Law W.r. ibriad This
Aftemc^ In Angola. Ind.

Wilkie of the
I'nltiMl Htal. s Mt-n i M-tvIir. it Is In
IlmatiM that an nrtrst will follow.
of Wilkie ilin-ct«-<l that the nmn
bem of all the stolen bills be rt^nted
i rv liank in the cmintry. so that
they will Im- uselcw* to the rubbers.

WAS VERY HIRMDNIDUS

IF YOU COULD SAVE your GOOD DOLLARS

Were
fi
tort of •ahoe fibow^’
thc«- ilays. find
noUiinK
vouM ulTurd ua greati-r
pleiiiuiv than to havd the
pUvAiureof ahowiiiR yon onr
handsome new ayoea.

KUBECK & HOYT

will also be uUllied. At least liob.ooo
win j>robably Ik- paid ‘he Pen- Mat
•luflte during the year. Ta.ntv-fi\i
thousand ions of coal will Im- rt-qulied
In mn the plant and the coal will nil
mme by rail. The ponderous marltln
cry. all nicely In Its place, is a loar
(Continued on Third Page.) ,

BOMB THROWN
IN CATHEDRAL
fire to the Evening Record.
drid. Idarrh 1.—A bomb exploded
In the cathedral Voday while asrvlce
was being held afa great panic and a
I to get out ensued. A few peovere aerioutly Injured In the

Lo^s, Logs
The Boy
and the

Will pay Highest Cash prices for

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

Bicycle
Don’t move quite so
fa« these days as in
the summer, but they
are moving aH the
time and they do

Gel
Our Uh-phonen aro in
good working condition,
and wo-would bo plenMsl
to have your order. We
will ti« that you get
what you order. .

Tclcphonc-Cit. 32. Bell 169.

The Cost Is Less
jN-r tandlc power f..r c-loclric
light thAn for nnv other il.
luminant We will not lie
surprised if you doubt this
faoL but thv only, fair tlyng
for all oonoCrncd is to allow
us to provY this sl.itoiiienL
Caller let us evil o i you ami
figure, and t-aliiiale your
wanU.

AMERICAN
Drugstore

J. B. PAIGE ELECTRIC CO.
J25CaMSt.
lly Wiiv to the Evi-nlng Ilwi.rd.
\Vlnnlp(-g. March 1.—Mull aUvir«-s
from Ilmavtin City wiy tiiat ih<- coming

ord. being markt-d by an utter iibsence
!-re were about three hundred
delegates pres4-nt. Including many old
i^arhorse* of (he party. The demo­
crats this year will fight It put on democratlc lines In old faablaoed styie and
he dectsloo was reached
cling to
hts even If the party didn’t poll l.WO
•otea In the slate. The delegates faored Bryan for piv-sident.
The fallowing la the Ucket:
Justice of the Supreme - Court~
George P. Stone of Ithaca. John R.
Carr of Caaaopoll*
Regents of V. of M.—Woodbrldge N.
errla of Big Rapids. Henry A. Hai
on of Detroit.
Member Stale Board of Bducalion—
Stanley E. Parkill of Owosao.

II. owing to Ihr gft-al dfv»-loj)^
R now In pn»gfT-Ms. Never sinethe cenintrv wa* oiM-nwl up have there

d as wonhleiw have been lK>ugli:
by capluIlsiM. and are giving up gold
which even the most ept lmlstlc never
:bt Uv bAieatb th«- surface. More
people than ever iK-fore are going
i. hoping to share in the gcneml
proapcrlly. New camps are being
and. the prospects for the
ag year rmild not be brighter.
Ion in the clothing department of
the Hatinah & Lay Mercantile com­
pany** store after fire ywara of cmaent therr. Mr. Richards has
ler ield. tn riew and hto many
meads wfll wish him wrtl.
THE LABT dancNif class for begin
nera for this asaasa starts Monday.
March 4th. 7 p. m. AsaMsbly will be
held onUI June IsL Herat's aesdemy.
Fraf. Cloae. liMtewcter.
mar 1-2f

- i Jv.

Phono

Spring Shirts |
SOc, «. SI.S0
tacbtvl — regfsUr
negligee or any
style thafs made
—The shirt you
want is here.

Spring NecRwear

2,000 %
Edison Rocords
Just Received
We now have every number in domestic catalog.

big line 25 cent

sis'fire

Ur «l»e. ebcwbere.

N.;B.->0iir pricB n
Ninttr poRs caniwt
fiUto inerest in.

sale; regalar 20c fbr.lOc at H.
LBOa.' V
^
marl-lt
SPBcIaL bale Flgteu; regular
SOe for 12c; Saturday oaly at H. L. fi
On.%.
mmr l-lt

QUICK. THE TAILOR. 1

Elm.

Traverse City Mfg. Co.

There

Thrae Hundred Delegates Preseni
William Jenninga Bryan Was
Favored. 1

OAK PARK UBRART

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V«*n would do it, wonldn't you V Well, we an
just that chance when w^e aell you Overcoats at
are now making.
e..»e no matte
uM.ee,.. whothl T yOO nCOtl
Pv«ry one haa at ,r..v,,
price, that
a caat this winter or noL
i
it IB money in yodr pocket to buy
one and koopit until next winU-r
Li‘t u§ ahow you how goed thow bargains are. It will
<xfit you nothing.

MflU BEGIN GRINDING MARCH 20

PROSPECTS ARE BRIGHT

Jusetih 8«»ule. father of Mrs Frank
W. Carver of this city, died of-poeunionia Tuesday at hts home irt Angola,
Ind Wedneeday. tfi*alter Btrayer.Miw
Car»-er*s MtKher-ln-Uw passed away at
the Boiile home, his death belW due
to coosumptloo. Mr. Btrayer bad been
ill a long lime, havUig just returned
the Friday previona #n» Aiisoiia.
where h( had spaat aome time for the
benefit of hU health.
ThU afteraooa a doable fimeral wa.
^ Th. b«.,d,», «. weth »1SO- held and Mr. Btrayer and Mr. Boole
were hurled. Mrs. Carver went to An­
Uttc*. Match 1_Th. V. M. C A. gola last week.
MMMf wm nmipIMMy dmnrM fcy
Fhbnmiy SCO
•f* t*d*y w>d thfM aura* wi tt«
Dodig the mouth
80MBTHING
the Oak Park
r only ; ri««lar Me
library. 145 being fiction, (tl juvanlla
t Oa 'a.
mar I
fictioo and 13C noofietkm. the dally

TWO $150,09.0
BLAZES TODAY

BOOk‘^STORE
The HolMTtOo. Prop.

PUT OUT aOO.OOO BARRELS.

I town to pay hU dues
Siieclal to the Evening Record.
in a rratemaf prgaultatinn.
Elk Rapids. Mich.. Mairh l -Il .aa^
eapeclcd the Cement company’s plant
would commence grinding by Man b
1 but owldg «o many dHuys in tii-eh
Ing roacblner) from the tnanufar!ur't>
the grlndltig alllnoi iM-glii bifoie the
ruth. ^ ljuit year iDo.isai banrlH of fo­
ment Vert- ma«le this >v«r they expirt
the output to be OiMi.uoi) barrels or
more. The company has erected
aarehouse In MAlwauki-e where
largt* supplyiran be sua»d’'4or i
from that paint and two large IkihIs of
the Neasen line have cooiraried
call once each wet-k at the coniiiaay's
docks for a cargo. It Is the Imentimi
to ship lan.AOO tvarrels l>y water the

BYRON SWEET IS DEAD today by Ctilrf John K

At a'liiw-tluK of th.' wiilni
of
the irigh hrU,.,.! held .v.-Menlay after
nacm It ssm aunoumtMi that MIki^
CnHnoe SUvrni hud attained tlie
honor of arllng as rUss valedlclorlsn
and Mlsa Maude Mi Mlchai-1 as cUss
aahitatorlan. 'a pi«rullar t>oioeldenr<*
oonnectod with the ehulee was that
both atudenta averaged the same per
ceotage for their four y«*ars work, a
frartlon over 07. It whs then m-ces
sary to draw lots for the honors and
Miss 811 vers was the Inrky oirr. This
atandsrd Is as high ms any atlalniNt
by any grsduatlnR class of the High
aebaoL both young ladh>e having tsken
the four-year Latin course
Klber Johnson was Heeled class
«»raior, Annette Uinlle rlaaa historian
and Vera Wynkoop class pru
. There will be fniiv-,.lght or fifty grad
nates In June which makes the largest
eiss* that has ever left the loca! Inatlintloh. the rlsss of 1!MI2 holding the
previous record with thirty«tght mem
l»r;.
i
The cUsa has decided to publish an
annual, irork on which la already
imder way. with Urs HocksUwiT 4k

sec per box 61 one quire.

arecominK in daily mnd
cviery pair fairly bkxNDf
withaprinR frcdhnen.

Elk Rapide News.

\:M
i:.' Rss »ins. iM[ncn»iM

;

l»«teUjlsMO«goaianae

AnJ i. .IcM-rredl, popolw on ecxmnt ot H> imiqoo fini.h anl
cl«r«rriUjig snrfeoe. We hew • qnentity
ot it OD hud oo».

CEMENT COMPANY EXPECTS TO

BY CHIEF WILKIE

Passed Away While Vltltlog at th
Heme of Hia.Daughter. Mrs. W. E.
Campbell, at NorthporL

ELI VCNTH YEAR-30J7

£aton*s flot Pressed VeOum

WILL DOUBLE
THEIR OUTPUT

FinPATRICK
WAS SWEATED

CLASS WILL
K LARGEST

WMai

ALH^AYS SOMETHING NEW

New
SPRING
SHOES

CITY

Oan Culman’a Dog Returned to Its Old
Home in Bowers Ha-^ Finding
Nay Back Over the Ice.

It U now definite that the big Un
coin club banquet will bo held on
h » In this city. II. A Mi
Dr. evana said he l>H!eirert ahtu
chairman of the program
Thaw wrote the lettera hr had adoJea
e. received a tHcgram from
rent insanity. **1 hare patlenta.” h<
aald. '**wbo are very delusional today, mued States Senstor Wllllsm i
t> this morning that he sould be
who tomorrow are entlrrl) free from
deloaloii. Giwat mental strains cause able to attend the banquet on March
or any other dale the club might
ontburaU at dlEerenl kinds of In
led. There 1 as betur an unci rtalnsanity.for several days regarding the date
of this function, owing to the fact that
Imith was not able to give a defi­
nite dale when he could be here. This
•r Ja now. howerer. happily sotllod. and the arsaMB«ai«nta for the
banquet will be completed ua begun.
•sident K W. Hastings and Secrelary Robert E. Walter are today lumbara of Stolen Bills Will Ba Bant
ta Evsry Bank In the Country Bo
iHisy getting IhHr
That Thiy Will Be Uacleaa to
ahapr* for the completion of details,
le luinquet coinmltt»H- will award the
cunirart for the feast at a meeUng tonnirrow morning. ■ While the prxigram
By Wire to the Evening Record.
(Continued on Third Page.)
Chicago., Mairh l.-Ci-orge W. Fit*
Patrick, tender of the sub-treasury
fn»m wh««K- cage tlT3.«K»n au» stolen.

II’

Cteufiy. Oautia attetheaat wind.
OFFICIAL FORECABT.
Rain or anour tanight and Baturday; vwarmar tonight; colder Batur
day; fraah eaateriy winda shifting

1MW BARRELS WILL BE BENT
BY WATER.
Detroit. Msnch

Dr. Drltloa D. Mraaa* eniaa raamlna
Uoo was resumed and daring It Harry
Thaw became quite HI. pale and ea
rit«l and waa iMwmItted to leave th<

FRIDAY. MARCH 1. 1107.
i fte

«rle*. Uree of the first prealtwelve apoMJes. seven of the
ventlea. and three of the preblsbopa. In all there are 3.CCS Frank Flaming on Way Doom Town
U Fay Owaa.iA a Fraternal Order
Oted In a Carat Datroit—Nm
of th. Wolesrina fitata.

BE Mlrr to SIm> R«enliif Ar<^rd.
Hew Toffc, Mmreli 1-lUrry K
Tliww grew nwtirr lodjijr under Un-

lAUWEinBeORT
up ta naau mckOfy uy B. E. WaiL

nVE OXLOCX CDmoN.

JWir»f

SHERMAN & HUNTER

Heoderbring in yoorliuotwUtyoawant
Wo bare them.

l|Kil!jllHo.sicH„0US8

err*,

“?L"

hkhiMh. fwo*y. march

*MOTIIjSiaj|llO

-

lurn-Soot

nraMUDMDnooa

How to Cover your Hoor
lOT a iiMe Money.

«F mi!Knfe!!;r-rT^2^^r^.5

?ae..

Deaa Aee Meonda ef SMe and I

< writer examined on San Nlralaa was
I fermad daring past eentnriea by tba
maaa^

The lolkiwtaa frow yeaterdar • Ch^
I Last Rase ef Aaelem Bmpln
here aa Mn.
lere;

. e A- maumm.....cm cifnM

^AX’SSscisr
AMU MN AOCM.
ta,«MrMiU« « MTUac Of stock exrtiMUs Mfsbors te Lm4od. Omni
BooUi. b0s4 oC
SshnlloB Atm.
«I4:

"

We W gewfsl gmdl mlU of iDK^rnia Cnrpgi
thid mt» n« hiaioita to tltapotn* of Wewe iw

irarstStaS,';

Kerpslkcvlreclqia.

Lay

waa weS haosm

*^Afier thirty yean oT Urtlaial# rel^
hen aa aaar nHfkhora and dose
frVada. Mrs. Catbarfae R. Lay aad
Mrs. Batay WeMer Oa«e. promlneat
la ChkacD aorlety «T earlier years.
UDoaed by deaU wUhln aa
hoar of each other yeatavday aMaalaa.
• Both died Middealy aad fi«s the
me eaaae^ heart faitare.
*
*Mra. Lay was the wife of A. Tracy
Lay. president of the Chamber of Comflafsty VaaK cooqmay.
She
had lived lo the bouse. 311 Mlchlsan
avsaha. slaos .he entered U aa a
hrldt. Feb Sfi. IW*
-llr.. Oaa* was the widow of tsth
E Oaae and awther of Albert 8 Cat*,
piapflecor of the WHUnyton hotel.
Her home bad been at 31S Mlrbiyaa
avraoe. two doors from that of Mrs.
Lay. stare she cane to Chloayo i
hiriy years ago. \
Dost oeif door neighbors,
ship formed
soea after
Gage caBM- to Chleago. grew more
Date with the paastny y
and when in rtywnt >*eara the I

'I M looUM for s BlU
Mp ns fom «b Interomil
ctetkMLof kttinsaltr a. we bare niU
ToralUos of arta. acienrea aad the
olocjr I tblak wa ou^t lo have ooe
tor tnl&liic tnsA sad womes to
witli ths aorrowa sad mlaertes of
WiKtBrsry ma. wooum and ebtld abould
W a naabor or this aaaoda
tba Wlpiaff band and the kind word rhanye of tpkeisa of friendship was re-

Tttip.

•toros,

rnoRra.

Tbemi eaa

nl.^tn p-ltboBi ta :«dB3r«
ab II iu dnd look tl

It destroy's the oonl in .>jok
fumatx‘5.

boikft,gr»tas.etc.

ing of the
1 wUb fine
p wf petx
pi Led up
blown tbri>ayta the
arranyrtl Hie
Htrr followed
for several mne*. aad that
Urge aod vlyorw
dJsuut time
wa evident.
K.err
I err a]
abort dbtaore
• fomuL tmw a pipe
xerti-broe of a 6»h. a
needle of Ssb Inme. a dish made from

i.-«> r„, I. u» Z
Wind s^t. forhhWtay. haunt-

Mnket 'the Imrninjr of

m>fi

«»1'

MKl

cW.

KUW Ytuiuwaro

sand
Tbe_landln^
awepvbcsrh that rct-elvt^l
I from Ujh'.. points, and It
t that akin. In tandhig

Mrs. Cayr s . room wh.*n abe
away, sono after 9 o'rlork.
I ho HMir* which had been her
last token from her fHriid.

Specii

Bnro Soot

50c per yd.

it the otily paav-

J. W. SI-AXE

if it will not do all wpc ’aim
for it we will

nfatvl

ymr

FRINK
TRODE
fiB nsTiFRK munn

Don’t Miss It
One Week More
of the Big Sale

It is

found COV.
h.v the ril« of whole and lieoeath
arks of va- PAZn*OI VTlfgTT Mi rasrsnu...!

rtriiw S-InH.

Altliou^h we bavo made a «reat rlexatiiR oat fo
for th« laM wpek.
tbero are a few who oouU not »»i*l here on
bad wexlher. Thorrf.ire wc* have decided lo
roB th-8 aalf oue week more
and i:ivf evoryono n r hirux* to lake l^dv;l|lla^^>of this tr»iai
op|s>rtnuily and coio mid aw tia at om«.

r-r. —b



all al*.ut It lu

extrm heavy part wool Ingram

with nHtoo oiiaiD lb«t job mi
l«} BOW for ooljr ....

tireeootdcetmrrr mndrgnd

spite this thb fatend was .t one time
^ home of a nomereoa people, a race
Of steallfe.
lhat has been lost Bight sr. The wrlier
-rlnk.-r and shell tanAji that
made aeeeral attempts to rmrh tbe
rrmau .vm erics ar* perhai- had drop- the north of Sicily
laUpd in a sixty too yacht and .
fied
and
forr-l
Ilterslfy blown off. flnallr makln

tb’rmUr.rf

pkMMt

i-oeuwo._____

ypaople/TbeTefy ele-] marked wUb lines mbk b

►tone, fiiitce of Wnl liooea and the
rtous objects which went to make
of this

died hardly an hour l.rforc.
changea In troe frieadsbip.
neither had been 111.
.
Today It a atntggle. a bnaile
and Mrs, I^y on fVh
worry to yet ahead
fhirresa often
led the llfty-swmd anniversary
timea la bnt a monument rronr^

Ask to See Our Ih
elor $14.75-Kiniil,..! i.i <! jUrn Oak;
French plaie t:)aaa. IVv'Jl; owoll lop; di'
it l> fi'Pl fi irivh«*$ hit;h, ti o«‘Iy carved, and <*xtra laiv**

Ksasa?*.""

Dts of f^er s
In prfkp i
play any
^.publlc^i, nm,w44^.11%rilllau .ta railed to
V' Ct»nvcue at the• Circuit rourt rimm tu
O.U’ house in the rliy of Tr.i%eis/Tue>d«i>. V:.rch Mh. at r o « |.h k
----------for the punHi^e of nominating

ham. N. II.. her hIrthpUce.

I April in. 1K17. She came lo ChlI a year after the Brc of 1K71.
heard that tbe party was after tbe re^
f scrrlces will ho held at the home mains of throe drod peoide be showed!
may have been a ••gtioil fellow'
oa Michigan avenue thlawftriiKMm at
► leave. In all |
hla friends may have boon many but
o'rlorK.
blllty there is uot In anv laud a
now he |a “down and
and the
“Mis !.«) whs taint In llalavla, K. remartcable mouod to l»e seen
the nlyht. In ihU way t.u.s of
woild. hi. wfwid has no use for “dead
. fh«lden her husband, she Is sqr- ten feet In bright an.1 ororly a
rial Iwre Wn
onm,** la It any wonder he bee
........................
IS
at thi. lime a verlial«-d by two daughters, Mrs. C A H.
•rorkl.-<'hh-ago ChtorVIc.
f'ollectlon of ta»nro and
__________________
Mct'jmlay and Mrs. R. Floyd Clinch.

UINED ONE

We Need
«eetf the
me Money.and We
Need me Room.

.....-....

Ycur Kcliabic I'urniturc Store,

Grand Rapids Furniture Co.

Dated IVh 2«. 1!ui7.
JnnM-s II .M.aiitM'. rii
Kohl. K Waller. S<-< relaty.

127 S. South Uuion Street

AVEMGEWASINCflEASEO

cm-erlng them up In abeeta of sand.
|
--------------The mound was a town rite upotf
wbirfa hundreds of i>eo|.le bad lived
i regain his self respect, would he
fbr umoM agro. They had brought In
mi have guarded against future slips
their sbrila and flsh bonro. piling them I
Up at the doors of their huts, slowlvl .
•;---The International AssoeUthm of Hu
boikllng themaeirro uj» higher awl’
During the nmurli <*f Fi-tmi.iry iu, i.
higher, until In lime they «-.me to lire
in the cii yaii.l de
mdowmenta. It needs no mliUonalre.
the fact that then- were twenty
re|K>n of thi* city llhrary for on tbe top of a xaat shell mound llerw|
lo set Haling
It should spring s|k»u
.nth of Fcbriunn iU^ not total they burled Ibelr dead, eouecalnl their' four di-atha. the hlriht; show a gain of
tancously from the hewrta of men nnd
us heiivlly as for the m<Mith of Janu- household goods, and when a mau or, one. foarlec-n of the dealhr. having orary <»wrlng t<» the fart that theie were
covers the whole world.
rnty three dayw la which boohs
nvelvew
ttlghl
•4S.OOO worth of his time |

trot*

next Boaaoa. Tillman U the best paid
pUebfork wIeWer In the \Tp|,^
despite khe general prosperity.
A homelriib^t"n.VHj«,M.tw

DRUNKENNESS CURED
It will be gratifying lo all lorrrs
temperance and a happy home to know

"ru .„d

The following is Ike n^por
ilBrallon: Flcllon. 1.424; juvenile

ImnorothU
iSTwnr

One thousand and Iwentj^ children
attended the story houra, an average
core of 71 at each story hour. ‘

rw^hKd-sir-h-ii^r'iiL^iS^jr/
csototed.

Orrtne nevee foils

to

ooee with the almple°dli^tloos*^tta
pMtegO^Md the dlK^verer has ac

‘^t
geemUf.
«d to be cored. $1 each.
I told us of h
brothera who
they were glvea

PICTURES WERE BODD

^lltendolph rireet. Feb. 12.
IXlIIard son. M“. and Mr*
Iterrow. 702 Monroe rir.^.

, 1

FlstiFood

Wellington K.. son. Mr. and Mr*,
the captain tafeoding to return later, Arthur Wltriofu 44.3 Monroe street,
fbr her.
Ran Nicolas, however, was Feb. 2«>.

The very ta-st smokf«J. *iiUril and
aplccd flsl». Sbrt-ddeil Orinsh DH' a
pound—Hamta-ig'T sjilf-f'd H**rring I*'—nioalt-rs .1 for PV- Fancy ta»rH lc*«
Hrrrlnz isr a
Sniok.-d Ital:-;
l»nl 2:v a iM»^!ud-nntian Ifaddlro 12c

moor BANQUET

Elks Had Unwaualiy Pkaaant Tima at
Thalr UNtttag Umt Reafitag-Ona

United mate. Po.t' oriee Bnlldtag.
Traverwe City. Mlchlgaa:
Sealed pit^aaaia will be rcceln

The^Eika had an aaummlly gm
Ume at Ibelr rofttlar ■earinu teat eemilights, water. Ice. mlacellaaeoua aup- lug. Tbe InlUalory work cm oM -eanpUea. washing towela. haullag ashes, dldate was cootarred. under the new
and sprinkling ktnfU for this buUdlag ritual Juat adopted. After the lodim
during the ftacal year ending June 30.
IBM. or mmch portloii of the year aa
may be deemedadvlaable Tbe rigt^
t reject any and all hMa la reservAd

a akfe teadbig. They formed a tine
' -----------------------------arrma tbe Island In order rot to mlaa
any algni of human habitation and be^
Lool»
gan a tkrw aetrrti from tbe aoolh' ^ oxwh with hla motbar In son
point Bhrth. They noon found Ori. Pniwe end acqulrad mieh Frooch ac>
deoce of anrieot ocropatlon aod ta a 'c««t that he pomed for a rroochma*
ind'a.
Once in after life be oteppod tato
. _ a hat and
a. Of
who had'been de1
oetied year* before.. 8he was llrlng
ioaktag fellewa otnppad theif
tiring hi THtelnooa

the but Which wot made of whole riba, talk to Hateo to hla order. Iheo theg
and eet lion hxtr. her eole rompanloiw
on with tbetr plana lor dragging
being ■everal wild dog. that aaragely and robbing tbe lint Cngflahman wbo
rharted tbe atrontero.
^
entrrod tbe place.

cmUWAhttD. OvalElMI
THY A WCDAO WANT AO.

tRia

nomriiriUi^wSh

Three best makea of IManos.

Tl»ey have aUjod the tcirt of year* and
«ur pleased customer* ar^* cnir boat
advertltcr*.

W.- want to show you

.

iKvatisc ec haw- ita- roff-o that appcalf to l»r.M- w,ta. wanr fb. |»**t. Old
go»cn,n:.-ni Mo-hs .^n-l Java 4ta
Mrs.
Hovf i .K oa-i riM. - al M-ud '331 -The
Monan-b bKnd .tV Th- Yata Wend
33c-Tbe Arahlsn Jhanq j-t33r Spurr * ,
llcvrn•ni- Hiwfer Brusn. the
Bells, the Mcxf.Ja and the Ihitrh Java
arc all 2<»r grade*------ ^In the pound
packages we have the Jerw-y at is*:,
tbe Arbuykie s at Ikc. the I>m at Hi*,
the Cpooonl at 2.V. the root mental at
me aad the ly zli.g(«m at 3u.

. RECORD WANT AO.
one te an the Indian tribe* la oonthwa
CaWhrala eouM be found wbo under,
olood ber. 8be told ber dlscorerera bg
dgaa that lha wHd dega had killed her
child loot ago and that the killed ooa
Hons and sea hbda with atones and
lim oo them.
I
At drot abe appeared to be afraid of
the men: but iliidtag that they troatod
bar kteily. *e conieotad to go with
them, dbe took all the rode ortlrim
ohe had noed daring tbe year* of her
ooRtode. ber skin dreoaes. mode mootlyt
from tbe tttna of tba tea tiocm. and oo
Interrottag were tbe coatumea fhol

'gOTrJiasA'S.r

cwobua

Cofice Headquarters

rbe llradhurr. the Schuberi. the Hen
itiug.

these ta-auriXui inrirumanta and icU
all Uiclr goial qiialitlca.

ICC a iHrnnO.

wcri» well ropald fbr thrir trouble.
•Training quarter*
of both
mcti
were shown with the pugUiats
lo
aellon after.which the whole Iwsoty
rtwinda of the ight were roeled off
The piclurea were excHleat and every
move of the ajeht could b«>mratebe4
Woioan’a Relief Corps will bold their
-without dJflleultv.
regular meeting Monday evealng. Be
tweeo the two meettogx ther. will tr
a aoclal *and at 6 o'clock mippcr will
be aenred
mat l it

in Everything

'Lest Yc Forgef

a I*.iui:d -DM fnAhi..Ji-d slu-lc Co^lflbb

ra.7ar‘5ro«?

m *7-»l»rJ________________

THE BIG STORE'

Items that will interest you Isecause they are the
things you want to.know about. We pirt
forth our best endeavors to please you . with .
the goods, quality and price.

•urwa^-Rrtan right Wba Rhown at
th. Orahd Last Night and j^ao
th« Mth In Training.

rs^o!^-iiirrn£..v

MnrtisaMithrPnMsils.

>*'■

moDui>in.t of thi. i«t r..o,
I
I wirtt. .'i: r...
M,. n,
WTrere the original taUud.fa came
Mr. and Mrs. John Allen. Ii:*
om. who they w«*re or why ther Ru«t Sixteenth sirk-t. Feb. is'
red on «»i-h a wind swept.' nearly {
Daughter. Mr. and Mrs John GardH.
the niya- rjj iSast Eighth street. I-Vh.
«y. C4: iiHtural science
beinissloo
AllHTl Arthur. Uon. Mr.
i. 10; nnc aria. 15; Hiom. faiherm vUlted Ka
Tclhurat. 323. West ^venth
lure, r.4: ilsiory. a4; travel. 31;; blogook off tlie 1
bound magazines. 73: total. there and divided
2 ^0: dally average. 12?.
various mainland trihro.
>Vben tliul
««’an«l. son. Mr. aml^
During the month .-.34 men »islted human loot was bring carried Into e*. rhanipagnc. 843 East Ki
storm ca6e up. and (o the Fe» 13
the nwding room. 117 women and R75
ieikarture ti was found that
Nona Evelyn, daughter. Mr. an.I
children, a totzl of l..*:24 and n dally
had left her baby oo the M-«. Wllllatu
Wallace G1
average of 5J5.
however.

The Hannah & Lay Mercantile Co.

REX

aad we will tell you at once bmr mock
we am nave you. SubarHptkms begin
at any lime. The aubacrlpUooa . we
have already placed are moie than
aalUfarbiry.

CBOCOLkTES
J.W.jBBk**
E-A-Uonree
P. Margin
F.F.AktfB

siJi^srr-.-rssifeis*

A.W. JdimB
B—AMo—
A. OonrilU
J. H. I—BO

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I
I
I

greatest line of 50c maids that lx
abowa this a*-asoa. Men's Negligee
ShJrts-M/u s Blue Flannel Shirts—
Men's tTnliniai I>riving Glares -Men's
Spring Cap*~Meua Spring Neckwear
-Mena Wool Hooc-Mcna Fancy
Oouop Hoofr-Men's Ltenon HaadkerohleCO. Bvetrthteg ta thoae at Sdc.

We caa'l lu-lp but call yonr altenUon
to this wcibdefful article tmrm tm.
.Flare four lafairopoonfBla on the hot
coals where you are mteg aoR ccnl
nod the funiea witl comgtetoiy edena
all the soot Ut «f tbe pipe* and chim­
ney. Try IL A terga package only

M

i
“UNCIF’ DM
kisseowriss.~-:«-5=-=|

YOU
■NOW
THAT

praackTaffefs^

''i*.

Silk

WlHBft doecor vrilns|it»Mfi6aa 3FOB en lr»f it to

at

If joQ wbb to jpo« oiiB
hm jroor prmrrifititm work

utemfOKU

aoiM: by m ilM^dootoc
pre6*r to hare nt €ll their
pn«rrt|Jt»oiio

------

leei Iw tMw ■!■■■■■ hy I ♦

---------|hMO-tooa7ord»irti1«0>«aowlA
PA*TV C4VC^ in «|« HOHOm I ^ »**y« — —
wroo^ tWy —>



.

•UT CNJOVCO A 4 O'CLOCK DIN­
NER VERY MUCH

TNolOtM—fNM

!f*T-

prtc« or. «ippa,a h, M #»ior,.

I wifo's cote f!LM!ZZ *tZr

^

UTirnTi 71^!^ »

mmatfeanmUrartha
A few ■dnntsw latar
ntrichw^w^^!^!dtoM Imrb^tad
tbs aonranu fRaytng brMge and

wt*»-

Warn RraacfiL

IF you WANT THE BEST THIS
IS WITHOUT A DOUBT THE HN
KST TAI ETTA ON THE MARKET

lag unpakl ptjfxkm of bU bill tJue^
the Domicijinl dock wbirh baa been
beM up nearly two years. Ibe. aeitk^
ms«t finally l,Hng accepted at- batf
the ci^al amoont

Mr. MonreJ^^

old today

■fi:

WILHELM
'

FRONT STREET

Dctrtdt. March l.-fk’bf»i -No. 2
ted. T7^c; com 47oats. 44\r

cago.
Hatch
l.-^«>eat-May.
7C\c; com. 47»,c. oats. ISHc
Tob^o. O.. March I -Wirwi-^OMb.
c com. 4<Hr; oais, 43t»c
East Buffalo. March I —C^tUc- 7H;
steady.
Bbeep and bimhs-14.4MW:
tower, choice iambs. l7Jto€f
wHhent. tSitofrC; mrra. |4>««
4tr?ld*thr JlbTlr TdUn fagt.
HtJsa-a.loii; brwer: Yorierw.
ThJ*.Bar Parking rotu|>aiiy are the
Ust 1 knew aud sb..w«d Uia Boctor a
7 4:^: hewv^jsad mixi^l. t: 4u
first iu git fresh fish on the nuirket
Tba deolUt decidoB
They have perch and itouf. perch
PERSONAL.
•All rtcht.*
sell for Vwi |*o:tnd and the trom at
•But Iblen now
If I tell joa to sUi|x IV by
.It, whple fish or Hr in
Mis, Bo-sle Stoot* «d Old Mlsston to'
you amp pulling or Fl] Wat you up *
smaller enanfith-s.
isifUie Ifi.nds in tie-tiiy.
-The BrlitUt sgrv«l. aud tbr luuiWrNo other changes iu h^-al markets
Mis. Mattha Hall and son «.«f <0
Tur deulkt took

-tm ytM aend the wboir parti
mmm iv« asraj-r aokod the wife.
Uncle • nan laa i as
-Why.no
1 u»k a band and Asddto be hat be U still
tbs qoesibm U-fom I rralli^l wWra sevtn cars U» Chicag.* vU Manluo

sakmgh to eajov k

Lcf as skow II to yML

Price

the eily market: SI loads b
w-igbed. 10 loads ttf pgrathea set
loads cd hay tails. live stork and f

Culman came here and opened a res­ ^eraa kisiw-d every W.ly prem-ni
party ww
taurant. Iirlnging with him at that
ft was i^ranged by
time from Bowers HaHipr on thr- pen
t« aad the HWtr-naria
insulu a «U>g that ba» remainr-.]
s-«mlngly contentetl until last Saiur

an.l the gue.1 of boiH,r. Capt. and Mr,
E. K Chase. Mr. and Mrs H A l.atir
wonh.v. Mr. ami Mrs Peu-r c.arwlrk
With
bimk in the egg romer"
Mrs ntarlis Johnsim reiiimrd to
there, footsrrre. hungry and tired, hav Mrs. Squires. F D. Marvin. Mrs Rob AlliKtot iniiuedlatel) tbr
ers and her granddaughter Ml^> Hdui i
*llo«onr
------------j.., r borm-in Mackinaw niy slay
Ing come arms- the luiy on the
topuU -UuM ugeos . the price
Oeorgr were present
! *Tbe Benttst cuntlnu
thaUtaple arti
Ri.-ret,. leli f.»r Mt
and urr»»s« OM Mission peolnsnU
U The demist I Hi. of -*d fell yesierda.v to 71 emts |n..*snm thl, nmmlag
About t o clock dinner was
I
nione. gttid«-d only by that sixth
a ii.oen on ^..tih Water s»r«-t a «g
Mts J T. Hannah left for Uma.
which animals are said to pn
ure which should i-imhle lb.- InaiM- |od. ihk m.««iag when- she will
mad
The horn., friends fearerl Mr Ctiimao carles, among which was a big cake, a
Wttbday prevent inmi Ttlml.h . tbej --^ly dWn*l v.m slop wb« | told leep r lo get her supf.'y for the home s,M-iid Btiuday with her m^phew. Juliu*
had started with his dog an.l met
jlleera. Sbo k aii.Ttdlng Jb.‘ Howe
After the dlnm-r
Iliei yon tor be asked OerxWy.
IjMu.t.uy s,h.«! the,,
me to su*i.,- aaU

:7iti"‘rn.o7g:^rwr* T'

WALKED MOST OF WAY MU DOUBLE THEHt OUTPUT
(CoBUnued Krom Flrat Pore.)

BOUGHT IHE UGREHI
AMERICAN

pRUG

>«oH« Oot Too Amhltiouo and Broko
o Tu« ond Bl«i0h Runner Oavt
Out—Hod o Good Time.
Ritfr^ cK tbn 8 O f\ Hub drt»vn
to Ibe tmmn of ninlon RlrhoniH noar
Rlnrhom.tuM oTonlno. ih«f Ih. they
dirnro n pon of i hr way. The reel of
ibe dUtanrr voe nuifir hr -poddlns

^

NORTHHPORT.
(larh-s Satis-h ni.imed la<
eteitlng frr,ra Chicago.
H Tavloi and s-ins Hprr
*h. spint Saturday in Tn.t

a check fm $7.'. In apprerLtllnn Interior Will pe
jof the gvKrd M-rvlre* rende«-d by the
iKtys.

Vinage caucus will hr held Tuesday
evcmlng to rh««e rtindldates for of
fice- for the coming year. There are
wbett by the American I)rug con
several p**r»ons mentioned for pmsi
nes the owner of the l^Grt-til
dent and trustees and It hef ins to look
store. Mr. Hnrrla will con
ISTrrrtblnE ^
I olooit Id first Has- that on elect Ion day March 11. tlo-r*would lM‘ a lively scrap for these
Fnk Rapids elertlons nstially
lldlrhnr CmaalDf oor of thr atnods bo- plafN v
off very quietly l»pl this one bids
i-.unr orrriy amhUioua and pulled a
to he an exn^pil.m.
tnr In <«o ThU w»» doctored up and
the kmd llrhtrnrMl hv throe of the
daughter was iiorn Ratiirdav to
to go through the
ttc ntlroMn walklnc liehind and
and Mtw rtn.rles Ky,e at tbHr of the can.ly
sU.r.*, pelting in w
lag which delayed further ncridem for
looi,. now fixiiin s und decorating
luHne lime W'hen hut a mile from the
httMighoni. while ;iu .iichwav will
dif^Unatlou. aoroe one of the
cut ihmugh the wall when- the fo.
memlH'rn artuu- and aal doan araln
The Rev. Mr 5l<YK»d foraier yqiKtor
In m.w Ik locauM in the drug sto
with M Jar. • The ninnerH wen
of the Pn-shyierian ehurrh hen>. ami
he f.Minuln In mu* ul the IjiCreiii
atnmj: enouKh to a*ithKtand the ,
Mr^. Wiaid have a new hahy In their
ill 1*0 .ll-|K*s.*d of and an entlr.^y
nnh cme of them pave wav. Then the .home In rinclim.*iil. where.he wiihsl
"w np|»aiaiiis iuMjiIlod
whole party look a lUUe walk Ihrtmsh last AuriisI to siii.ly ;>U4| |»M-arh
It tv ri„. iiHomion of
the anua to Mr. Rkthanle home. Theii
A datichtei was U»m Monday
hritg o.miMU.v to Kko
effoile were well refmld, howt'vr r. MuJ Frank O lVll ami wife of North MIHc
loM up-iiMlato soda fountain ami
a mnnl eujtiyahle evening was KpenI
store In .Northom Michigan
Jntm-s Irwin. Is-rkke^-js-r for fl
Aaalatanr,' aHa taken lo them fn.in
• niaro will he run under thoi
lion eonipjiny for the past year, left
this city iittd the reiuni trip waw
«»r the American Candy KHoheu.
Monday for hU h«uu«‘ In T>eiroii
out nilHiap
Idaee here will
l»e filled hr
BREVETIE8.
U'wU. who will rt'tum from Crand

T0MNDUET0NMARCH8
jiConlinned from PIraf

Rapids to accept the prt^Hlon.

Th.‘ Twenii.th Cmturj- Hub
Mrs. K O Unst and rhlldien will with Xli^** Send la«it etViiing
leave In a day or two for an extended
Ma.scnich , orchestra l.*fl lo. Tl
visit in the east.
sonvllie tills ufb-nioon. where
Village president S H. IW..rh
siH«ndlng n couple of weeks with his
mother in rieveland. OhW*.

Page.)

IL ual.w FYe«l «' Wet mure
lar am In- the nuMnia^te,

I'adil

lion. Nicholas J. Whelnu. speaker of
the hoiise of lepn-srmtatives of MIrhl
■gan. will deliver .ih iiddrees msm the
-8|drlt of ihe Couniiy.Hon. Wmiarn A Norton, luemtH^r of
the house Of mptvsentaMreK also, will
dellr»*r ah address u|»on •’Ahr.iham
l.lheoln.Ea-Amlllor Oenetal Perrj F. Powers
win deliver an address upon “Parti’ aanshlp vs. IndlvIduallKra Reprcsonutlve A. K. Rnnting of the
IWnrhsLielanau dlMrln has been In
cummunlnitUrn alih Repneacniatlve
r.alhtalih of the upp-r |M*ninsuIa and
hlia !*een aKsnred that U,im»eentatlve
Oalhralth Pain also he pretumi. The
siih)eH or hU address has not tet

Mr and Mrs. J 1. Wariie
The Ytuing P.*o!dc's 4)ancing Hub
revM’piiod Friday
evenlfTg n
i-ld their B,-.*kly party ia...t e\v*ning.
Itoroe on Ottawa Mt«*<i fn 1
le u.mial g.ssl t.m.» »a*ing enJojed.
their newly wed.led son and hk bride
The High Sch.vil Athletic aKsoHarhlch was one of the hrllliaut sttrial
on is getting out print.-d ,*<»ples o|
ATUts r.f the winter Tire t
II It eooMibitlon and br-lawR.
nlstirallv decorateil in r
The Prtraaty Sun.lar School Cnlon
lags and wiHldlng Iwdk an.
Hewer and Gonlon Warner rcrs'lvcl
rite library hulldlng. Mrs. BUseH
Ite gtieats at the door and dineted
III conduct the devotional exercises
hem to the dressing room and to the
Id the Rev Mr. Dutton will give a
■arlors. The hostt*wi was asslsie«| In
hr- dining room hy Mrs. A. bT Fair n vlcw of the March lerUms. AH who
I to he i
kinks. >|rs. H. C. Newcomb. MUs
r*ssons are very helpful
fYnny Fairbanks and Miss Vld.i War
Officer Wlllkm Jmnings is hack
Many valunhle present were be­
stowed upon the bride and gmom. one bis beat after several weeks* illness
final arconni in the Alice
iM'Ing a check for Ifoo.iO from Mr.
Tamer in lectignltlon of naiide r In- Chamk*Mln estate w.ns filed today.
•mtl In hla father s business while
? mas in his employ.

I>r H. B. Morse has sold his pmeNow that the date is deflnliHy fixed
tire and office fumlture and expects
M-*. H, M. TljyiBLIN.
the anangemems will hr rompJetctl
re Elk Rapids April 1 to com
Bee the new spring samples and
lor one of the largest lianqtiet gather
stylet of suits from Chas. A. Stevens
Ings ever wlinestusl to mtrtbern MiHi
mater, the P. of M. T>ri Morse, dtir
B Bros, Chicago.
|
lean. Therf have already been many
Ing hU nine years residence heie. has
Satheriard Block.
ronimitnicailons to the stvretary front
1-lf
•'

f adveniuTcs
was the r«^pfmt

uerou. .entemhrant^
Imm
hi«ltboibfw
friemis. anmi
them l^-ing sewralt -The lumh
ban.lkerchlef
Oitoj^.rtiHe.
enk.vment

COMPANY

NO.W' T^E QjNNER.

• j
Cnch-^ Dan

. H

^

wnniam Alden Smith will be present
is a definite assurance that-the at­
tendance wUl be very large'. Presid«it Hasting- stated this morning that
•rrangement. wmdd he made to rc^
we too amts for the baimnet In the
City npem house. The various com­
mittees ate now at work an^ It Is a
certainty that this will he « magnifl |

Intersstlnc llgure. ,.u tin* rWatlra
agUHy of hares and rabbits arc git an
in a volume by J t; MlllsU. “Wlieo
running at ease." be says, “tbr length
of tbe bare s strUle U al*out f.»ur

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t-K”

ket com. .iir.ct imm ih.- farm

Dr. A, J. McPhall ami wif,' reiiiiTic
Travers,* Cii, i^iurdnv morning
The Woman's club will me.-f wit
Miss Jtllk. Miller on Tuesday alb;

c.b,Mn,er Iu .r.. .0 ih.cc .lav, after,
ri.cv :,r..4;,j,l If an> letHfl,.; i. .-ha.w i

Mr
Sw.
i*a

w.v-ks at Hatch's Cio
.Mks I.4.III.rida^ wdlh ’ h.V’^Tr I
Thiir,.lav an.l FiWav
.^tui.l.iy to h.-r

***^

,..t.,n..
who b.oke his amt.
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.

l.onw-.
.

I- la*. .1 In r Keii.*i«ib,n "
Plenty of Wheat.
EvHudlng Michigan ami

embly tor alF-g
Texas.
londay g p. m.

Potatoes, 28c and 20c
LOCAL MARKETB.
Belling PHcca.
CtoarWk fN*rk. |u*r bU;............ fin.fiO
Clwirhack pork, per Ih........................ 11
Fhorl rut rd fs.rk. per Id,I.... 19.Ml
Ham. per Ih................................................. If
Ijrd. per lb................................12 14
Baron. iK-r Ih..:.................................20
Corn meal, per 100 Uia....... l.2«
Flour. H..L.BCo^ Bert. bbl. 4 .M
Oals.^>er hu
47
Feed. JU I. B Co.'e IM. per
Ihs.................................
i.M
MMdllnga. per too lha...............
Bran, per lOO lbs...........................

1.25
1.20

w

.

fboroughl) terted

mr

FOR BALE-.Vew Z% b. p gasoHoo
rior. cheap for cash. B. B. Eofr-:
at Record office.
..112013

feb 27-31 »e«ra and helfera, 1100 the.

MASQURlUoe hall at the Wood

d.-w the

J\i>u
... 202H<

The Wrd Is *

to »weei. It. *Tlihi is wrhat w^ d.»
I our tra lestcs
Tk*u wr thrt.w
D away. In foarlaud nmn> of th«
I b, d<, faujllli** drj the tea Jrates
M-ll UHI1, t» ihe grtM^rw. w bd orlt ry
ti to the i-»r |e-,ple to th*. toeUh*/
s-Hr*-.\t-w York rrrso.

RECORD WANT AOS. PAY.

ed With a tuft Of white featbenc whlri. * gann^ SSS 12^
^
have cloeB for It the po».ular name of.
Ell A. Wefton ^nd wife to Edgar E
*T»a«on WnL- an appeiUttoa appro^ Chase tot II. Wk I. Goodrkii , 2«1.
prtate not only V»«iise of this <tocora

t.

Horat's academy.'

Willful WacU wf Tea.
ate a tu.*t wa-i.*rul .nnd egut naU..u.“ waU tlu- hlxhty ..*«loUege girl a, she -prtokled

Celery, large eUTkt.............................. 10
Lettuce, per lb..........................................90
Orangea. per Bozen:................15040
Leinoni. per dot....^............................25
Butter^ creamery, per th....22030
Butter, dairy, per lb.................... 250^1
____ ll.ISfH)
Phromon Blackman and wlf.* to Wii Hay, per loo.....................^.,.$14015
Brtokey. e*^ of nct^ and aw Vi of C.,rn. i-r hu..............................................

.

x«v i..m...row .m h-. iiH ->
T. M Spi.sii .,f Grand tUidift.

•ng n,o..>ihan 7i..r r^.-cn,,f.;r.gg, who ha- t .,-n M-..tnc lot .toucht.-,,
it IS k*c«u-. Iu- has n..t »*! arid
J
r M. ,p„„,
f;, ^ Thb-

_

The 4uiee of tho Cragw
The Aral* say |1«,| when tbe fird

Fr»*d G,*orge. ,if 'l.votoF.
Mich.. sacrin.*ed a |s-s.v- k on the sj-.t wher,
viKlt.-,! his nbc*. Mrs. W. E C;.mpl,ell. the pUut was m*t
A, -.-m as it U*
last w.H-k
They had not met k-fotc gan to aia^t forth he «..-rlfi.s*d ai
iu rwetifv thre,^ years.
nia* over
Mr- Wm Thomas was sgnin summom d on W,rin»*sday morning m Chi
wh.
i.
these
were
rUhe off.-red’up «
cago. hr the nine-, of her mother.
The Rev. Alexun.ler Cooiici of the pig; hence || u tlmt he wlio drinki
Anti-Saloor 1.,‘acu.. will cK-cupy th.- wine feeu at first a. ,.dmi.1 a- a pm
pulpit In the M E rhtrrrh next Sun­ cs-k at..l les-ouMw sm„e.p„.nt|y ai
day rooming and cv,*ning and e,v*ry trlcisome a, an a|.e, as l-.l.l a, a lion
evening of next wis-k
and at length as stupkl as a swine.
The masquerade at the town hall
on Friday evening was w.HI .nttended
Mr, E’la Briggs and Ml- Anna .NH
son received first prige. The MIhiu*s
Ellrak*.h K.-itner to (h-n.
Ivottle Nelson and Alice (Jill lo-cond
prlxes.
The Washington supper given hy
Daniel E Crandall and wife to l^w
the
O. T. M M was a decldcl suc­
cess. -The table, were decorated with n ^ino^' *^”***‘''
^
pink and white camatlnn. The guesiWm. D. Turner end wife to Chl.v*
w. re ire.nied to a royal good lime and
son. lot .71 and 77. hlk. 11.
pleasant ev^ol^^ The I^ly^.Marcm
Vs lOth. |21W>. .

. Gtobr pe«ov4mL

.

t.
mi.,

aIMho-r- -h.. imught when :he whob-

Hy securing a party of ten, a rate of
inro cent, a mile can be mtcnml from

riofthewrekonbria •jmUandObertFwItoo.

Orawn

luce a Ui»a in a -ilk hn
: aud tran-i-.rt hlui 1.* . farmyard

}>aMii..:i ..f h - lift*, but ,-lad in tlu-w*
erments he feek li. su* h -utT mildlUg- uiiM-nihie. out of pUee. e«M*uila1
ly urisiu. rtollH-Jiluj. ...a.er...!y. Iu
ilaiinels or knicken, and i.L..*r hhu In
-cj
a church, and It i- utb-rlv tin|-f«,|hle
I.- IW n. fif sof U-iy will mel t rwll
for him to assume a mtliu:l.t dev.,
Chail.‘s NHs.»u oil kYiday afie
riiaml frame of ui.ud. rmitnlbsl auti- ra.-y Itself . .>uu .t ltu|-Mc -uHi tyr
''.Mr, R: E rnmp».HI spent a coup:.- atiul*s ..II tlw sul.Jeil.
I'hniruiJ-.ij
diivi. In T-. vei^,> Cit, last ».v-k
is the slave of its H.dhes. gud Iher.* I,
J V.nnnaib-r arrived home on Thurs
|*r.,-i».*.-t of frcslum. - UmJon
day last. afi»*r ha\lrig

botme I, stood tbe ohl Dutch fort. No.
Central Lake j Broadway was sotwaaively the tmme of tta ponlh
went 10 u'entrai
becrane telegraph operator gud ] beadqoarleni of luwd Cornwallis.. to the gestf
any point on any railroad entering the " **“* **®‘‘**

here < !mrd Howe and Sir Henry Clbiton. and 1
by K. R. Carpenter
Tra
r*r of Traverse
City.
l^TaUeyrwnd lived there during hlf aUy j drive home tbHr pototo.

R. viMdds of

mdfigliui. IIU
They ^ u in Hh* rit> |.,t an extended vkit

BETTER photos for the same prices I soOMot of the New Zealand birds. The H.'s 2nd. |770
. the huMnea* method of the Rem- neck is ornamentad with « f. P of 1
J««w t*«i,pbell and wife to Joshua
.randt sfndto.
frh ».ji enrty feathers of a greenish color xritli • £
“* **•
white ccn-era. an.' the throat i. ndarn-fV„*
^ .
.. .

Pere Marqfiette station lor the post

W

un- tl-c genuinely f.. h new 1> kid ! with he, «m. I. r |i«rni. aad family
m.ri :rt
The, n-ach th.- tabl. on the
|

jTVtrolt. Is 9 graduate of the DHmlths the
College of MetO^rine and come, well
W. G Crs^riord and U W.^Hbciper
are planning to ae( out l.OOd pesrii
tree, and 5.to grape vine* on Mr.Craw­
ford's farm os Tomb lake this spring.
They cootooiplaie rmhdng these fruit*
In great quantlUes.

n

»-«**•

jbmnt in ih.
•Eggs weie never M, cheap at Ihk: spending
«-..soa ..r Ihr* y.-ar." said l.aul, l.ep]TM,t Ml-lou
man of |>e,,man A lb-gg|e. ;7t 8r, ,th
Mr- J. J.

Thom.., K fMrcH a no mk-; ... ,h.
bmi. , an.l . g-Uwr.I -aid
j

TheCiiiren^- cauru, wRl he held I
le town hall on
tue evening ,
arch 1st
J.ihn SiMSf has mov-rM |il> hous

The litilc d.iughter »»f Mr. and
Johnwm. Who are visiting m
den. is 111 wiUt luieumoma. fl« t
ate exiH-cb-d home «f„n.
rs Wm. WeKion has k,n 111

Ml-

Chicago ar- ftrictly f:e,h
Ttonto^ way tc l.ake View
,Ks a cold storage egg «, an egg
|>. Thayer iHt lor lbs
It can l*e nghifiilly -i.-p.-r!.-,! of thejnMToini:
4ai.-h.m.*r. r.
........... .«e.J
.*
taint .d age cr Bai.-h.mi.rRpl.i'e
In the whole I'nl:.^ Hta!,-y. Klugdey
ing u. th.- etp.-ri- «,f the Chb-agn mat
_____ __ ...

rr’:.;'./:*,:..';'

1*^ nlfk with

Cochran of Maninn Is spending -*«»«■ nutbors rUini that It rau Jump
L'ek with her Intahrr.
A. ^ f<« «Htetie« twenty m tweyly-flve feet
la wklih. Pen*eodlrulsr1» s ban
Isaddn' Rtebhin*. off Buckler
I
iirrive,! Jump on to a fl*e fo..| wall, hut siert.s
with friends and to be oonpiused In one als*ut six feeL
r,datlves.
The atrldr of ihr rabbit Is about
The Mothers
meeting will tneel
fc-t. Mhen leN-««ary li .-;,o luak1th Mrs. A v..ice the first We.ln,-s
•rtZ4tntaIl3
IV iu March.
Mn. Wm. Voice
in at the About ti.t,*e /e,-l k I
rabbif.-au tittsiii I.. •ven wle-o I^Jk-4
writing
4*y tbe a.i-*rltl*- of a
|)0-in.ui in n mlit ui fhi^i ikiy He ba,
* when
mot^-d his familv i„ Traverse Cliv. ,VMin--Ue.. t..
'Ilu.,
Wli.-ie th.'V will lire during the wii

i’zr
tL

• dentist luooeently. *I
lut to keep bold of It *
uin l-heved him and
,erP,*,t

Poultry

..........

feb 27-2t 8b«ep. with Boed oo .

.«H

^

m

Market

K. mT*

——

First

M««W.cta..w «^,u» w «:
Cirfi*d.

% A®Ct

tea iCTtfitstte Mtwtism. wfcwCalMsg for tiesa GaolsRaasa Sof TmSaw Thoa Uretiisedia TlieEfeaios Recotl

dtf ball os Bprwm atraaC
TMsd ward—In the pripurt t
bolMtec. oomer of raSTiind

Jake i Witkop

sSj^S£sEr-~

t« W. MMi fanbrr ii»k flTt ma
IwmIM# u» oM«ln u for il>«> rgior*
la aaf r«>ft»«uibl# wm/. f.ir rnifiou.

Herfioo aball lie

Tl». rSIT HlldUrf. MImOoo
'

•£'2

***^*'‘*

Rrereii.

0«.odrich.

Morinl br Moo« and aupunfli
flhnicr ihat the HvediiOi Daptli
UennlnH to
iIhgiate
arhool baUdlnf fcir rHislou* pui
f*.r one rear from dale vltboul rharfe
prorldliifc b^merer. that the dfjr doei
i»Ai vant to iiM. It and that tb*- roun
ell bate ibe rtrht to mrolce tbU prlt
tier* at anr time iIm^ mar
««
ll va« alao undenlood llial the 8ved
iBb HapUsu »Itl keep the buildlne ir

Plekles

Cayried.
Report ..f the truant orilrer for the
tfiotb of l-Vbruary wa* ppnenied am

NumberW caae* reported .., .

works, for a term of three yeouw.
One member of the lioard of eds
Moo, for a term of thrrw yeaiw.
One arhool inspector, for a lenn
iree years.
One Justice of the |>earc. for a te
*»f four yearH.
One justice of the peace, for a term
of three years, to fill vacancy.
In each of the live wards of the city

Second ward—at
rltr hall on Spnice
Third ward—Jn ll
hlon and Tenth

Fifth ward--ln Fifth ward hall.^opposlte B. J Hans ft Bon a atom, rorner of Wnahlngtop and Roae atreeU
Bald meeting of the hoard of regiafiat Ion shall be ofien fmm 7 oVlork
in the foresioon until B odock In the
afierma* of aald radatrattoo da;
Moted hr Murrhie and aupp

Yeas—Abbott.
ES.>relt, Goo.lHch.
ooo. Murrhie. Sliuter, and Winnie.

Alderman Ollleii now oppeanul and
ok part In the prc»coedlngii.
Alderman Mcx>n was now excused.
Baaolution.
2707-Resolved. That this counrtl
hereby order* the iis<> of the A!ib<»tt
VoUng Machines at all election* to In'
held hereafter In this city until .uher-

*^*Veaa-A

by W
Gntslrlrh that
Carried.
TRACY H. OtLUS. Clerk.
rr eln'llon iu the city of Trav
i'lr for the purpoiu' of nomlnolfT-nl.. r
I treiuldinsi-•
’ following ofBcera for the chart
^llon to l.e held on MonUny the til. MMd.li.;. n .lr. aiirn
■T of Aptll. A. 1». 11MI7.
4 }iT»:M-ti.H|
n,r luig .oiitalii'iig your
clerk for a term of two rears,
I-:*. ti‘fji rtiilen.
trnisurer for » term of two
4’. .v . ;t.*i
ijnmj.Uic up and
.•ap.ii.c
\ur
hinds. - Mdendld:
rt. for
lemi of fiMir years.
I’Mildi.-t ||MV«> iHin iHit.r. I’ll K.d ti
One mewlH'r of Isiard of publk |iamsiiitdi sriit to every tieTr«|wiiH>r iu
works, for a term of three year*.
the town.
One memb«*r 4if the b<ianl uf educalady * .Mnltl Aiiil shall f Infonu
One arbiMil lti.Hpi>clur. for a term of the iKdi.c?
A.dres*-Was there anything eloe tn
ihNw year*
Twrt Justlceji t*f the pear.', on. for tlsf bag f
h term of fotir years, and .me for a
MaM--Voor pur»c was also
term of three year«. t.i fill varanrv.
**

nrwt wanl-Cranp- hall,

nn

One of the hUlaric and highly prised
bells In SwltaerUod is the silver Iwli
In the minster at Berne, ll rang Tor
Cas, the aervlce of Ood. the festlvaU of

sX^Vnd wanl %t the a.v'ond ward
Ur hall <« Kptnre Mns-t:
Third ward-ln tin* pilrmiry ach.sd
lulldliig. tNuiu-r of rninn end Tenth
F.uiHh wao!-ln the niR
No S. «io Cnss stn«.‘f.
h'ifth ward- ln the Fifth
^ipiswUe V. J. Hans ft S.
corner of
WashinyMon a
Till* isdis of .ihls prirnsr

MIM. BleS Flavor.

Aa dcganl

Makera


PICKLES IN BULK

AU Idn^ of homc-niade

AUBERY

pertW................. lie

E«S

515 S. Union.

THE WOWn-S CKATKT CORE

Cit. pUoo., ar,

L. R. Sticknay.

Skr.-;1|£:
A Hint Far Yeung Playwrights.
The young man wmt^ up hla rm
Jtvted play xs aU u ir:bi%u| e.uilr.
”Thank you for reading it.'’ be *atd.
”It Is the sixth unauet'ewsfal drama I
have written.”
The manager of li; th.-i ten gavo
him an eucountglLg i«it ou the shoal
der.
“Look here,” ho suhl. “I ll tell
i 1J6 2fi
what you want to do. You want P
•f«7.Ht7 Cl
gin leas ambitloua. Begin with it
Respectfully.
Act curtain raiser. And after you v
J. M Huellmantel.
inpenl.
Trsasurer Board of Education
srrote this bcr« .cnirlslu raiser si-nd I
Moved by Hoyt and
anmnd with the sentence priut*il cm
Meads that the aame be
the cover, ‘You riu play this for noth
Vem Smith, fuel. wuml. Ud»u
Ing.* I guarantee you’ll p-t a bearini
then. Tea to one. by goah. yuuil ge
The superintendent’s
the
\
% 277
month of January was {

SR--UJ

SS 8

, fuel. wood.

ilcWMbV.

r.r

isi

le Honorable, the Pixwldenl ami
Boa-d of aiucailon of the City
rrarerse cTtv:
tlemen—Having cxanUno.1 the
Ing hills, we rejwri them to W

W. N

That's what ft Is.” *ali] the great
manager, ”I got It from Sidney Gniu
dy. ll'a bow he U-gun. Hln first play
was a curtain ' raiser,
‘A
I-Ufie
Change.! He said on if. *Play It tor

4
Uols
Scofield.
Clerk.. .........................................
Irene Pohoral. lihrai v work...
Eunice Rosser. Illiran work.,
lair* H. 'ksteiid.'Ulirarv work
CItv Ni-w* Co., printing and
ntatlonery ............... ............
W. M Welch Mfg. Co. prim­
ing and atathmery ....-----Thomas Chmles Co., kinder.
garten supplies-------..... ..
H. Kinney, fndghi ami cart-

•rial* .......... .......

hfm

-njui

Teache-a* Balariea. ..

‘ of aiHfcta. h-s.
} man an uufsli advantage over hte
fellow and every man an unfair advnnUge over every woman, wbo could
not be expected on nesibetic and lumi
lectual grounds to adopt the iiractke.”

sr^i'iisrairsrsraisijs'sxs'
a-Jss-jTSr'Jor^iPst

citV 6m

f.:;ij'
i

Ui
Janltora.
H. J ''.irtis ecu
Geo. J1-1 - v»n. B*>

,

Is

to protoct hlniseir as well aa possible,
be placad a loaded revolver under bU
pillow and awaited events.
Aji the
dock struck midnight he saw a fleshy
hand at the et>d of the bed. and.
Bteadylng hU nerve, be addressed the
tialtant thus: “If yon do not Instantly
remore your hand 1 shall Are without
further warning.” Uc counted three
then discharged Ihe huUet.
A
I of pain which aroused the bouae-

V'
• • - Chandler and supported
by He - • »-i »he committee on leachers and *»»- sunerinteodeni be and are
heir I...........--w ered to hire a teacher
to lai*
-»ice of Mias Vivian Sim­
mons. rr^'rued.
Vf—
U-I rich. Chandler.
Hoyt,
and V -3.*V.1 ^N.r.r,
Carried.
*
Moved I- Meada and supno-ted by
$ S07 M
Chandler that the boaid adjonm.
Carried.

- TRACT H. QILUS. aerie.

25c pound.
•*As Yon like IT

Ttiki.* no aul^tituto.

Traverse City Milling Co.

OorOwn Fridli Make DaUy
.Sansjigea are aurely aatiafyiuK, aa im-*'aaivl aalc« ahow.
1-ork .SauanKU.......... Uc
l><.loRnH SniiaaK'e. -. ISc
Fraokfurta.................11c

M’Cormlck
oieoiu.c.
870EMtElghUi Street
Cit. phc«* .180

Both phones.

JosopH SlodorA Son
First-Class Bafehers, Packers and Sansaoe Makers
TEMPTING
steak*, chops, roasts of beef. mulUMh
lamb. veal. |»<„k ami all the moats you
rare for kept In prli^e condUbm In .our
lingo cold, htonigo quarters. The
more you know ationt meals the better
you’ll like otir place. The ofleocr wp
quote yon p,ir»-s the more convinced
you’ll iH* that this is the butcher shop
you Kh«sibl patnmlze. A call at an
early day will Ih- welcome. Remember
we are maker* of pure Sauaage*
wholesale ami ndall.

81L aDaErauklin.

Both phonei.

You Must Be Convinced
by This Time
Taatyosooght
to bay

"Best” Flour

I 2R0 00
and aupportetl by
report be accepted

«c; « h..d,e.



■t "...■,*&-

irrocer.

arriving rather late nt n country houst
waa quamred In the baunti^ room
Although pcofeasing to be n skeptic

atr o.i bo: - i«A

E. W. ns KMCME 00.903SOW«auSt.U*a

Hvo,

'"'f’

K«AU.W(AMSOrTm

r

K>t»r (iraLum. Wl.olo WLoiif.

Put Hit Foot In Ih

Treverse City Gas Co., fnei.
col.e and dellvi
rj ...............
rllvery
The C H Ta - lor Ctttl <%»..fuel, ctuil............... ................. ....
. Den Bingham, fuel, kindling

Blend Coffee

MEAT DEPT.

r^:?rT..X'^nr:^.^ yon
strong
CUI^T,y . «.k.
will U- .«uviiu :.l, A«k your

newly
^

ed optic glaaoes. slm-e they |*erverted
vUlon and made all thing*
an unnatural and therefore a false
light. Mlcroeeopes and teU-u-opes. with
their array of lenses, he declatwd to ba
Imiwstors. since o man cnild not ae«
so well wlih two pairs t.f spectac
vrltbo^. 801
Some asserted It to be sinful
hlch were adapted
k»y rrovldcnce to the capacity of
Individual, whether good, bad or U
ferent. -It w«h nrgu.-d that woclet;

Atwtbrr lot of that eitmordituin- value

** Grand Traverse**

Uuuew one at.............Uc

I OJK_A
Our Spring WLe.it
P;
VLe.it Patent
Flour is
|ire-(‘mi
fia a imKAI) Flour.
I Our BlemLvI ^priiiE: u*..l Winter
j Flour for HRI :aI) aml FASTltV
cannot Is-4i,«alnl.

______ :_____

the Big Trade

Grocery DepL
.Tntim.

ftpsetaciss Demoralizing.
BuvkwLeal Flour nuil (JranuliiUii
A ccruin Smuerset tl.-ar made him- 'Miyil un* suia-rior in quality to nil
■elf notorlons by the vigor with w hh h others

JesiOeVcilV.’ iw4: wiioA, *U
ci'rds ..................................... ...'
W. R. Foou*. auppllea. tooth
picks. 3ttc; broom and dnsfer, ooc; brush. HV; C. pipes

+ZEMO + Q
Skill and Scalp

Leius feU
about them.
Wo-make n aixi ialljr of rorUii
mill protlticta.
eta. Iho quality upi
iinnot be

H

Carol vn
schcMd

Jan. 29. ’07 .................................L
J. E. Grelllrk Chi.. e.|.ilpmenl.
valve whwls.............................
Round ft Son. rf'palrs, lUilch-



Ideal

^PRODUCES

.J,

H R K.^!?fe'^Vr^?nght"ii.

Trav.*riM‘ City Gas Co^ fuel.
coke ............
____
C. H. T.iyloi C.ial Co., fuel,
coal ................. ..
..........
S. R. Walt ft Sons. palm. etc:.
12.13: tiwds and equip.. Mtc
A Courtadc, fuel. wood. 39 U

HE S E

I'ntar.

^-*C

There being no object I
os rccdv.ll and place.1
Report of the committee on ways
ml means was presented and read,
commending the payment of teach-

:

The Neatest Grocery.

IWI pbone

CitlMione 327.

*•

Sardines and
Salmons
at

41S SonUi Union SL

8DS W. Front

..|ar..407 r.i

”-S'

Abo a fitll liiKof

of

;

Mj. Helo. tbe

.nj. I iLivciw
Of tte tool*
wu, u,.u. wu,.10««,

Finnan Haddies.
Smoked Salmon.
Scotch Bloaters.
Mackerel.

Choice Meats

K«wtUb«tkSi».
pw bottle...................tse

yoaug
French republic captuied Berne In tba
year ITSte the rnixrn. painted the bell a R. E- J.. ft P. Co. light to
Jan. 29. ”07. 11.37: power.

II nai:.’
Stmo. I

Lantan Foeds.

Retail
lWler» in

Qf

n0d-4lei«>l%ed. That at the annual
•derlkiii of the eHr of .Travenu; City
to be held on the Brit Monday of
nned ____
AprU. nett, the following rliy ofUrer*
Numla'r of p
beHected.
^ rb-rk. for a term of two yeara
■ trnaaurer. for a lenn of two

It r«ml»ed by the elty of
Traew aty. Mlrhiian. that
the
itieeilna of the Ujard of redletraUatJ
of aald Hiy on Tneaday and Wedoea
day March 12th and IJth. IhOT. will
be 4,i4d iu each of the Bve wards in
The places of thla elerllon nliall be
I lie folhiwlnir place*, tit :
ofx^n from 7 o’clock In the forenoon
Flmt ward-ln Orange hall on Cans ontU G o’clock In the nfternoun.

a

Old
TheBayPackingCO
Colony
Coffee

GISH GKOCEM

2C. fft07. waa praaastad
Mored by Hon and
Imda tbai the realgaatlon be acrept-

I,.

MitvH Iiv Mfirni and »a|ipcin^
Ooodrtcb ihat fh- mn.m..alr.ilra

AOU'C

the eftf aad alstw wyHsuiiicata dS-

Punlahiiig a Court Fool.
Ivan the Terlble. Peter the Great
and the Emperor Paul had rough ways
with their fools. A dagger throat would
Mlow a poor Jokq and banlabment
may sign of declining wlL Once when
Fougere. the Jester of Caar Paul, of­
fended hU royal master be vras pcmlttod to depart In peace. In the middle
of the nlsbt. however, be was aroused

1^11'^.
was bundled Into a daik van and driv­
en away on his long >oiiniey. I>sy
after day. -wefk after week. It lasted,
rism arrtrml be stepped out Into the
prenqMW of-tbe cBsr. AB tbe time be

mm.

ProhaUy have fhot4,'hl a goed ma?iy limeB that
you would do it, yet when the time oomee to or­
der dour yon have foTReU4m your good nwohitiotiFor yoar own aa^e tbe next lime
you order flour yHtsime tay

*

Hannah & Lay Co.

Til Record Want Aib

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TM£ SVCMIMQ ttCOBXX TRAVraSC CTTY,

FDA SALC->t<

MlD.i
THE {
REGOn

BRiIGS

J«2»4

oua

The etpreaa* menaentar on a Pere

RESDL1S

£TVL.£r.5rr^*.sr.

OUpImM 1211.

^ iius-vs* si.'n?
taUi Itokm 8L

CU. ptome ISIl
Jon JFi

szi
£=3~SH“«"K —
won >AH~iai ftemtooA

___
win trade eqalty for farm or’cJtj

WAHTBO-llM U4 .If. to
«.
f*n.: utm4y work, cood «.c» a»d
!>««*.

•ireet. KokooM. lad.
FOB

C.II or rn6Cnm D

feb Ml

BALE—im^lk^

pjZo*^w‘
ti?uS^’
■troot, at*. phoM Ills.

FOB BALC^Larte. eltht-room bociae.

, Nfiith Codar 8l; prtc« UW.
Brr-. 117 Booth Unloo 8t.

ntm* 1211
[bt hand knot
Job. a J. Morpui.
Feb II U

WAffTCD—Too to ii*o IDEAL •prim
whem Boor lor bre«L IDEAL bl«d
Boor fbr btmd and partry: bo«i
la the chy. Trarorm City MJUJiif

Pfto* Bim. Trsocrpe aty Milliai;
Co.

.

fcb Ml

FOB tALE-1«H-FlDe homo. Wort
Tomb 8t.;
price 11.250.
W*do
flro... S17 Booth VhloQ Pt.
Clt.
pbooe 1111.
too S(Kf

irr«r.

I'a'-o

iHr boat,
Her. Mr Krapp into 1

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'"m™ “S.^ k.21!;



wrurrence. An X-rar pUlol> abowtHl
'*1A Vem BUM of IVrrr.
the bone out of Joint, thouch abe was
years, died rery suddenly We
when relirln*.
The
tMmaweakneaa bnm*ht
J>neu-

aoiin^ He

FOB BALE-Trarcr>e
launtlry.
ReaM
ownc/
town Mr*. P. L.

as

thert*

BUSIRESS CARDS

rreatitrandwin. Wim.-.in. ocnI 4 v,ai> i
»*><*
•as by
Hr! cars.
Four
there and
were buried tagelh. r ftotu S!. An jj *»»•'
«•«
Four rivers
rivers meet
«
|tl.eie Is a treat deal of Ice. which
1 warrant bar. 1km u ls^ued for ifae | «
•»ul'l
In leaisiless DB. M. A OBECOBy-4»hy«Ic4an and
esi 4.f Mi.<j J,-nnte Alexander <»f
.
surgeon. 117 Casa atnrel. Phone.
rt Huron, the nurse »ho made sen ! ^ FourUxu
s.,l.iH.en..r< h.nve
\hhv.
760 Clt*.
kmal charaew axainst.several prom ! M'rvt^d op
periyHtv wanted as witnessIneot physiclBi IS. to the eBert
tlial ! *e at the.
lnqiu»i«t over theMlrhlRan
MOFFATT^AhstracU of Utle.
she l>ad l.een wrvnKfillv sent to anfftniral wr,ek. which occurred at
lu L.,Ddcii. <>nt
! Shanuhtti pit. to be held In Ypsllantl
p war at Allen
has ; Saturday Enjtlnwr of the lee train
.•d Rowe liiHkeraan 2\»rln. dispatch
Wlifrd
rds li H Alwarif. dlsi«.tph
aena phone- 263.
‘aSd’‘Hfot*i!kukhT.Ti-idione c^m at Shaughai
hai |pit. K. lir.twn. and Sif;

£ss:*“wr'ijjs!. s?*

iw had cmslderoble fririlcn and
Ini: and Heimforth*.
.Nu(tfy Gw
Helmforth. City' phone l22.Vlh2l
IJlfcral reward.
frtf 28 <l

Ib-ri Kcn:p of
ng his captom I
IV win do n,*xt
Jan. 4-tf.
quJrvtl Iiisanr trail* Kemp is aw
ine trial for Hie death
FOB BALE—1417—lAnce
•i re lived In California 25 near*.
Hl^ U»le*i Is to daah his fur^*
bfHiae. atmm
fiwadaUn
Wcltairr and am sMIl hunllng for Irmible In the with ciwvy if
aloim fiWDdaUoo,
way of liuniK. aor<>a wounds, holla
cilia, apraina or a case of plica iba
r hus Mgmwt the bill
^ndchpaXgi^ the^nate and house
FOB BALE-All
kloda of
hone,
last w.^.k lneonH*ratlng Boyne Cty ay.
a eiiv
It win lie calle«I her,after
cow and cblckca feed. T. C. IfUliac
llojne.
Hie
e»I>
iiiiii Iwltic dn.pisd
Ca
.Jan ll-tf

nal Inspector tb. prinrl,!^! <
WIhmi Umle

Kljriith 81.; price

'fclJ

!".2T AUTOMOdlLE rod SALE-UKht
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VCmlr Bn>*.. *17
at. phone 121!*,

h

price 11.800
I’nion 81.
Jan SO ir

FOB BALE—
West Tenth
rleetri IlgMs and gaa.'foundry In

In the rJiy, will take
free and clear city property value
of $1,000 as
$4.T:41.
Wade
Union 8t. Cii.

extra llroa. tool*, etc.
slder gtsKl real estate. A

Thompsoorllle;
pri«
Brtta.. 217 South I't

F.OB BALE—1511—One hundred and
thlrt>-nve acre farm, eighty
Improved, large bam and fyxKl
bouse, orchard, large amoui
gvxxl wcsKi. limber, farm all fenced
and no latter soli lo U> found
milm sonthcast of city on i
road. East Bay township; do*
school and church; will acll on
terns, owner In other basic
price 25.000. Wade Bros.. 217 South
Union SL OL phone 1219.
feb 20-lf

FOB BALC-4;,hm1 hotse. fluo drive
FOB BALE—150B-M<ulcro ivwldence
standard brtyl; a
• harne.^
«m West NMnth street; eight n
culler. Cil phrme
btrt water beat; bath, light

FOB BALE—1507Xllouao and lot on
Waahlngim, attyet between C “
a I. and Franklin rtreci.
$1,650.
Wnde Btr*.. 217 J
Union street. Clt. phone. 1215.

Feb. 12 tf
FOB bale-1427-81* ipom h
Both gwa and electric llghu.
bam. Bne town, dose in. WuhlngtoiL
stnecL rrtea $1600. Wnda

lot 50x165 feet; property Is actually
worth $3,500 but owner Is towring
the , lty hence we make a ba-galn
price «,f $2.7W
Wade Bros.. 217
South tTnhm sired Clt. plmm

FOB BALE-1425-Oood MW M
room bouse. 2lh'atmet. eloaa

. 217 South Union 8L. Ottoens Phono
mt

,

Jan

Cass 8L. Baiabed In oak. w______

FOB BALE-No. 1 tlimdhy bay and
oats rtraw. Travermt CTty Milling
Co.
feb ll-U

rPCn BALE-14T1-12 aoian two mitoi
^ State Bank buffoliig; finart locathm

feTS-SK'ia;"'

toa^
FOB BALE—CxeeUaat cottage aad
two kiU at Kert. Mokmta. Bast Bay
there. Lester I

JA aUlKQB GBO. V. acVETHT

MOltROE A MeWETHY

GENERAL INSURANCE
m mmm

wilbbui block

br.W. J. Higgins
DENTIST

Porcelain Work

HnU';'ntx!^V;fl2-2

Tift
Jnsuranct
L. I- A. BUILDING

bKS. J. 0. A AART J. TtUBBLOOD

LESTER O. WELCH- Atliu^ney a
law; r,.ll,viion work a sp.-elalt.v

Order your

SOFT COAL

OR. F. C. MAC NETT-Prwellee limit
ed I,. i:VE. EAR. NOKU THiKiAT
. m*TI.NG OFGI
Gi..\sSKs nrriee
502 WOhelin block. Cltl/eus photp6f.R.

N—Pin drlan and fif
• 205 K ist From atrrq^t^

lioll, pl,on«

T. A. WILHELM

. E, L. BONNER
i,.,Mu!e ev

be,| ujti, .. tiiM-wntien ,-,Miiineni

r.T7;. '.r .r:;::,/:: ,r.r

.III IH- Lki |.-«i ,M*|.

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RAPID CITY

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N- . Vml.

F. NERLINGER. LAWYER-1
ey to I,MU. 212 State il.-„,K
ling. riHxeos phone Olo;.

ilohn R. Santo
I General Insurance

.Spe, |«| lo I he Evening 1
Ibipld CUv. Midi., h irrh ^ 1 <
WllMio of South Milton
Mondar.
W. H Mull has hern makitii; 1m
pMouiiimiK on his restaurant. ,
Mrs. Habcork Is on the alck list this
week.
There wetv seven locomotive* here
at one time Monday evening awaiting

T. CHASE. M. O.

Offhv^ w I

I, Hew Wlttciin Btk..

mTCTK Ql,

s it 22.'' '
M.I ..Unit lh>l b.' 1, l»M. The ,«n'l“
Euly. lo Innl and ruirly m rise
elerl a bald-li-afled man pn sl
he German emiH-n.r'a r«H wotb.
' ’


II elect n man
sharp all lights are out at the ,oy j
% t„ deceive tl
a« to bis luild
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caught <M»niln
IH-,raetilai cam
h Senato eb-c-l Tn/'or
night hour, lie muy <:y i
They an- awing rwilrtm
ever |uirtlei,iat,.tl was
King f,H.|. but father aU
railrcKid ties fur
brother Alfred l«ck ill
the P. M. at Hoppei s mill.
they were the p
Mrs. Ibaman Is rvc.verii.
I'ni^i! i ‘Id- ■
ran Drug Store. 8|sv-lal attetiilnn
< natoiiid eanilldates
attack of la
to eye. ear. mux* and throat <;1;ip%,
H. \V Rol
lie-. rosp<-e»ive!>.
filled. Both pliom-s. Resldeiu e 5|8 i
proiyeny, 1 Will
daughter. Mn
MMl the Mates and
l»m'gn’-rterj

is nwar visit
uf^to h,-ar
er afu-r him. In
Harry Uarger has Jumis'd hU Jo
Frti^lenau dte
on the section for the fourth lime I
war rif^'be
Wagner place,
the Uisi few months.
fiom wMeh'ihere''
the hn.lh,-r<
radiate eight .
-roln.-s in-*Nsa., d ,UI the huslInCK they ear
^ Mi_s. Miller Is ro.^.v,rlng from th
streets named afti
Wagner’s operas:va. Sieg
M,M—a pretty »blte t«ie ap
. flutnine ' P<-nring ,.r. Hob *
wiille a n-d one
The n^ndor of the |,a-UMmger iml
jiicKtier on Airs
The followers of
mnnlng In-twism RapUl City and Stra
ford jumi»ed Hh' tiwck at (Tmieui
Judge Richard A, nallingcr
mday
cKt-,! to hear them
iltlng
er ganlen. Tli,
et of the generalVnT7dflVe”and who
in demornille
w ill asamne the duti,^ of
place ! ;•
March 4. is still on the snnnv sbie.if j
ARTHUR I
One t<r Mr Clement‘s cows wai
clan and
struck hy the passenger train last Kri
fire* In M
it PuKtod Him.
I block over Barn iim
d.ny.
A Barr*.
-When .gn;ug ibrougli « big apart­
Ben Jacolis was out of tow n on bu.-l
ment
house
the
other
Uny
linking
fur
a
r:es* Monday. .
man likely toaceomplish things.
friend I t-ame xerwui something fnn
Mr. Frederic fs aick with p::fi
Senator Proctor of \>rmont I
ny.- sab! the b«rv woman. -| read the
I eusntntfvwt
Wk’ltK irin.i..n ' a
.
....
.
ting old
His voice always has
names of all the teuanta on the <Somw
"’Mr^ScuIlr U filling the plane va remarkable for Us |>ower It b
rated by BTIl McCloud at Mr. Way *
aa I passed from door to floor, niul hy
vanl that saki. MONEY TO LOAN-No pia riatim
Engdaon left here Mondai
thin
figure and!
ntzferaM and wife,
put In mortgmg,**. Ho.|#es for sale, j
for Ttwreroe City, and frdhi ih<
f ahoulders with the powerful pnxtllng ever sloiT over t!ie algnlflinquire of ' E.
McNamara*.
Park!
iiiteodcl going lo Grand Rapids.
^aro glad to have <
‘mi!*n*aod'*h h”*
^
tune bv his Investment In U*.u,hlns i
blmaelf
5B8TBACTB OF TlTLE-T. O. Car
S nil .!l^r*,e
«Hi*hhig |
waa be anxlmt* to advertiM
public im'ding
placs have
ver. Price* reaaonahle. Office with
closed for some time on aerm
Fitaremld a mIM
R™\\me Charles A. Toadie s i
<*^ »'*‘*
O. P. fhirrer A Brn. forth phones
and did she lnsl»t
ia to liegln s,«m. an
ree,.gnltl,m. or-but I r«*e ft up. OB. e. L.
to retire fnnn ik.||
IIRL8Y-H|hv1.^I alien
ehtldron who h.nve iH-en k»pt at
Bliat did it mewn anyhow?- - New
rdratpin of ibis eon*
Hon lo dh
aes of children
r
t«> long win IK’ glad to get «.ut e
Turk taolN-.
fBolN-.
M at Its full V
nk Idilg. Both pl3
go to «hnol.

Farms for Sale

1 have a niimljcr of jj^ood
farms, all ilic way from 40 to
ICO acres, for sale, or if -you.
have any jfood property, I wiir
si^hjdreeL____________ ___ j take it in cxchan^fc and make
R. w. E. MOON-Sfs.v i.dUi-4j,.„iro.l you easy terms. 1 can sell you
<-» f.., les. money
‘'>anyou can Luy h of anywhich are located from four
to 20 miles from Traverse
City, all trtiod impr^ivcd land.
If 3
J w ill iMiy tlb-m.

H. HYMAN

210 Wathininon.

bTj'”an!^ih'hr iTguro

.....

Closing Out

TZt

:Se“;rr
:;rd^*:::rgrar,ie:’;j *
l.wli!I^ doT ,hTr
ari^uji vu*-afloiiK.
Hol,erl J *Rwo«ev
n«e of
J the
0.e
•ney. P. L. ooe
representative* of
r the l>ooilcm achoril
iaiartl cm the M
cotnmlMilnn of
Sugllah

Die Fouowlno Hens

**Tbere sh,rvtd is-^ sr^tVTstwfu
toirbelor.

-except

what

they

leal

iOiOCE NOTICES.
TRAVEBBK CITY LO

Are your <hi
«»**!» oUier.**-Phllade'pk
thin.
delicete, ailing?
rBAVEBBE CITY LEGION. No. J29VnrOL is what soch chil­
Natioonl
Protect ire I^eglnn will
dren heed. It makes tb^
meet In Woodnum ball on the third
™, „SS.' 0? ;E.ij^%."'.E-',if’2n'5arr.
strong, rottost and rosy. -..
Other hand, be thinks Ibat the Amerl
^
^
That’s becanse Vinol c«H
to.
Z1 Ort.jj,^d. tocreu.7: »teme C. Gii
a«*il *®
acfluJalHon ai a rather suiwrfl
taiiW aU the medidiial *Tlu dnj knowlfMlge of U»e saore imporUni Iron^TS*ha«i
sri^miLabit
strength creating. etement*
Weamnsn^oaollmiaated
aad tank iroa added.
Ifttfrdlsitisfree.
.
ntk IbSHbli ImM hk

<>■<■ »umu

i»wc« m -miiu-m

na.

m«ii

tm or before the full of the moon

7
ir«. Bk» I. BOt c
. nor U
nhleitered. and
red one of the Irrightest
maHata la the 4hA. Since
of new playa brllUAnqr, tor on Ue

Cit. phone 774

i*J. nteferalT^ Jd ^f*e;

trreiTMis class of Anierlrans wh,» take]

of cod Uver ott, taken from
fresh cods’ Btcts. an the nse-

m

0. P. CARVER a BRO.

MARK CRAW8 OE LIVEBY—IJrjn
frolght. parrels and trunks. Ofri\
at City Book Slur,-.

has engac-,1 to .lehv,-,

FOB BALE—1610 Twrnly rocmi
rod 8dLC-HM-Oe. hundtod
with Imrn; In lieat new lowi
Slaty acre farm 12
city; aerenty
acre* Imi
serenty arrra
ticw line of ralhtuMl. In farming and
. ba.-n. windmill; _
all fenced;
lumlHMlng dl.stflci; a Ismaii/Ji
Prlee I4MH). Wade Broa,. I217 Unloi
ilKhl paily;
price fi'.Tuo.
Wade
llms.. 217 8,nilh ri.lon
sen phone 1212.
feb 2»Hf FOB BALE—1492-.Seren nsim house,
new. Casa 8f.. Bne home; price
11.500.
Wade
Bros..
817 South
tn BALE-Slreet c*r U^\. line feed,
.Union 81. Clt. phona 1212.
cow food, pig feed, chicken feed,
Jan 20 tf
wtoau corn. oai*. rye. buckwheat.
FOB
BALE—1492—Fine
residence.
. Imana. bran, mlddlinga hay and
Cass street, new. aeven room; price
atraw. Ttwvcrae City Milliog Co.
$1,500. Wade Broa. SIT rnUm W.
febStf
Jan 35lf

Lcl us settle that
question.

PIANO TUNINC-W. N Millard. 3
years, exiH-rtence
With GHnnel
Brtts., c-omer Ficuit and Casa Sts.

FOB BALt-JWlpn. saaoUnc m*rlo.>
m h. p.. pmily new; « Ur
Win. M. H.hni^, rtty. 414 Dniun FOB BALE-1411$1.2(K>.
Wade
Daniel Welister was cn “Intolerahly
•trtJrtfrb -l^lf
nrtn.. 217 South
Jnioo 8t.
t!lt. doll apeaker- nnlew* fartmaed irr speJan 30-tf Hal condHlona. saw’lbe late tTlirer
I>yer. wrbo naerl to report h:m “1 have
BALE-fiprinc
whmt
often nearly fallen asleep.-sakl Dyer,
ar
•when rr|K,rtlng Welistrt. ao lel'lianrlc
tras hi* ordinsiy irnnrer mu! *-» drt,nDO and

and 14th alreeu.; will Uka li.iKK)
FOB BALE-1477-Largo eight room
In good value, free and Hoar of en
houae. comer of Caaa and 16th 8U.
mmbranpea Traveiwe City prodiic
large lot. hooae well flniabed. on
tiro. Qash prico ll.WMi,
Wado
Bron.. 217 Uakm atrort. at*, phone

for my mooey.

OWntOPATHIC PHVBfOlANff
•rMtawiiaiwtoac ••»%*!*
8 a w f %• * evMdar* AmUaMw
WrmAsov a*t
iw^.w.

. J. McPHAIL-lK

'• from H lMM..nilh
ter Willia m Siimd^ius. wlir
lo re montlii
ago f, w *knew"the
kn, w 1]
roman
atiHe fr*aiuK
of Hi.ni chase
and
chaw.d the grim deiermi
of l‘e Ufirer in1 nmning ho
quarry down. Wailield and KImnklie
weiv pLyniabs logelh,u
'b Simp
kin I, was am-st,xl ebargcl
ith high
way rohU-ry. he m-gg.-d 1
Is- lenient wlHi hint for .
Kake
Warfield
but

if Is Not

C. B. Taylor Coal Co.

Nalpbbora Ort FeMad.
•T was literally coughing myself to
doafh. and bad tiecome ton weak to
lewve my bed; and nelghbora predict­
ed that 1 would nev
b«t they got fooled, for thanks be to
God. 1 waa lad need to try Dr Klng’5
.Sew Uacorery. U hmk Joat four <«o
dollar botUea to completely cure the!
rough and reatore me to good aotind
boaUh.** wrrltea Miw. Era Uncapber. of
Qrorertown. SUrk Oo.. Ind. ThU
King of coogh and cold cures and
bealer of Ihmai and lutga,
teed by
Bughce Drug Co.* Frank H
by Bughc*
Mead
11.00.
Ladiat. -you can Jump on IL tr.m
pie on it. but It «rill coma up smitmfl
rvary tlma.- Catman*a Ctartic Floor
Varniah. B. E. Walt A Bona. Traverse
City.

o^d^l'iSr^^r*R *EljSt h

atraoL au. phone 1211.

FOB tALl-ltSS-Modera elgtit room
realdmice. Birth rtrMt. All ooorenleocea A good barn. cl<«e la.
Price 12250. Wade Broa, 217 1
UaloB atroet, atixena Pbooe llll.

a Cole of
1 of horae rtealiag und
•d to> the Detrall hooae of correc
tkm for from at* moaths to fro year
The cooTt, bowerrr. rocommcadei

and hla funeral will'b«- conducted h> j
that order.
A widow, parents, two. =» reparaiiouf
and raw .treeia
l..^ter D. Welch, brothers and one id*ter snrvlvr.
]
‘ **>♦* *«»*<
with rndcnMKMl A Umlor. polberThe fxtremea of old a*e and r«mh
•"> *hlt: sprin*.
land block
7
fcl, zMnio ■

oaempllfltxl at Grand’"”'"*

^B BALt—Klihtf acH firm two
mllM we« Norrt*rUto; four mllei
po«i drioo TraTene Oty; aUiy
•craa. haprored; six acres •aiUble
lor tardea; pood bulldlata; All la

WANT«0~T« hnj honm: mHgh\
fro«.|^ to 1,400 lU. If you ban
■AF to mO tot mo know. B J. Mor
fHi S4f

WAHTEO-Wheat, rye. «ni. <»u.
lirtMA Itoy aad atra»; hlgbrat ea.h

.ten «KT

The eBhcta of fYedertek Onophet.
N1KBTT4TVK per crat of fallarw
a fonaer AieJaa ooa) dealer, to break
the ooal trwst rrawBed la Ma lasanl- •Ittrr rrcmtlv-rame from Laadln* tn la the rulinaiy art aie owing to the
lack of IDEAL Bout.
tr. and he U Md.ia the

denly fell out of her chair and expire,!
Three 1

ftb 2€ a
WANTEO-To buy «obc
drop , car^ u»«|| Unkm 8

A WHOLE FAMILY.
Rr*. 4^ A. Dwatop. Mowt Vrrwoo,
Mou aayar
Hy c&iMfra arcrw a^
Bictod with a rough rwmltUg from
mMlaa. my wife »Rh a «mgh that
had ftataatod her atoeplac mom or
fem for BH ymnk mid Waioer’a
here win be fhor weed* la tbe aew
White Wine of Tar hat emrtd them
tr. aad the echool dlatriru will be
manlidalcil
Borac ha» a popaUttoa •n.- fbr aato by the Amaricu Drug

P»«»^111lcWftan |]

ssTJ^wS-si-‘!srf's

TR*ves«^ciTy^LO0» NO. in.

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s^k^ST^T

i;u

y> «od T5c Fiuerr niug.
......................................40c
fiV k'lnger Rlng^. n.nr............ 2Sc
Oac lot of English Flow Blue
Warn in PUlcii. Oat MnaJ
«ad ^ta. only................. Be each
Ail oiir FWicy Bmtkela at
COST PRICES.
l•artIe• having
UaHa on
picture* will please call at oakw

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. Tiuvnw env. miMAAm.

m

mens TRIM MDOORS

1 Uenoae there U no place la the'

The Indoor cmula of the a
Henri eollngn were iiM<d. The plaren
nttraeted po little attenUon by ran
nliif up the prladiMl mklence atreel.
«bU« attired In aratera and bumImU aulu or etrery Imaalnable color or
eomtatnatloo. Their manaser la the
nm enUinalaaUc one oC Uh» whole
lm»eh. Oeilntely he Ukea Ae daUy

tr the
nger Jenolnsa may allow hla lecralta
to play
club iaame la In mn

: ; pr^
tm.



mw cn tell to ba Amatoi «r «ba
rtmfcltea townar to Wbirb brnk mAm
tote —ntna inpntotiana far btoteaaa
•vmtrr mj% wn ngywa m cmy-

^jaL^Taara

WWten Libal Waa Vary terisa
LItel waa aMaatoei a grirvwcs nf
IteaelalbrnMItefflitelaw. to an aid

■ate wto I

r hrtorfy. Ibis p<
d on tww wf tbr erim-

a yyitoaj|^

WtetmlMtoM^'?!^^
Ftees to the Hara»*tan: and at tbr
Cteacevy-Bar. ate la this Ctert. with
raprra aa their Heads declartog their
•nmar t—iw*to ilmaalf and Ada bte Offeoew. to acteowMgr tteir Off
ter a esmuarr aa ahmitoaly ftaad mat ate oak ForglTiasto ter M, ate tb
ak frm aal ctoar nr an cbaiMaa. Afim ate oo tte PHIory srtthsmoSara-------Mr. inmmlam ted laaacd a lot nC bb to It while tbe Coarta sit: ate aaatber
Day to ride into Cbeapside la awb
maaaer as before, ate there be ate oa
tte Pillory vritb tbelr other Bar aaltod.
ate be carried to Prtaoa far Ufa -

rosTmumnuune

iHH*\

Tte tentenga lota conld bare Men
laaaai at twira tte rateal uunai te
tte oAd toientnra. Ibe town ebook Ita
btoi gTtopatbetfcmUy over poor Mr.

Kweehaat n^ tea <

maaacement loch i

New York.^ March l.-Oeocgi
how.) McF^n^. the oaly Bghte
erer teocked the great Joe iOana out
U on the job again and U gol
break Into tbe game once more.
Kadden la not only famous for blr
knockout of Gana. but be also clowned
the gn*t Kid l-arigne In a battle and
made kimseir known as the toughest
lightweight lo the world.
Player Was CincKedL
Joe Cans
day and tl
the champion IntroDetroit. March 1.—Secretary Narln
Mae to hla i
saying
Boched Detroit Weoneaday from New
la tbe only fellow who ever
ork with the news that Matty Mc­
had It on me.Intyre would be In a Tiger uolform,
unbttttoned that i
-He will play here or nowbert else
Dd be knows a*’ declared .Navlu
-He called on me while la .New,York
we had
long talk.
Matty la
kdly enough
He just docna'i like
Idea of coming back after all that
Knox as

wm GET him

THM EVER IMS TEAR
>rlior. Mich.. Mpich 1l.-8prln*
be held at Mich
Uenn ihU year for the ftrat time alner
Yoal began coaching the Wotrertoek.
nccurdlngtoa letter which haabeanre>
celred by Capulo MaguTan. from the
leader, who Is now in the south. Work
■noon na the mow U off
and the ground la la eaodlllon for the
gridiron bereea. It will conalst of pant­
ing. hondllttg the ball and fonnaiion
This atrp has

Wsoa of-o Oruwmasr.
*Tm teal a little ilocvtongod wttb
toy work,- .aid tbe tall New Toefc
boy wbo baa nurtte cat oo tbe ramL
-I wma making my aecood trip wete
when 1 met an old dnimmer wbo bte
been oo tbe rood for more than thirty
yoora. Be sat with grip between hM
koeeo and Ulkrd to me.
-^Cbtick it. my boy.* be «dd. *If
tbere to anything else m tbe wortd
yon con do. do It. Ixmk ot my gray
hglrw I don t know what It u to bare
a borne. For thirty years 1 bare neen
my wife aiiout once in five weeks. I
know tbat I ve a wife and ehildrcn In
a flat la New York, bat tbat‘a all 1 do
know about them. Tbe children hara
grown up and married, but I hare not
had time to attend tbelr weddings. My
wife baa grown gray. too. bat sbe haa
bad the best of It.
Sbe has had a
borne and tbe eblldreu.
If tbere la
anything else in the world you can do.
^tey/ l:e ropeatel. *<1011 drutomlag.

IW BHgaad la .IlleUy.
Raw atroag is tbe lafloeoce af tbo
bciffate la WcUy U ahowa la raceto
pvweeodtagi at tbe Caltanlotet aaatea,
■bare four of tbe bate of tbe ateorl
aea Chief Fallla Motooe were to b«
tried. Tbe jarymeo ate witaeoara. In
at^ of appearing, seat a jolat peti­
tion lo Ibe court, praying to bo ex­
cused or. tong as the ehlefiata. who
a dr .1 doren assaxslnatl-ms ta
snsTrer. Ifor. rem.sJnf onraptur.Hi.

I Ukc them the better I find tbem.“
They please everybody. Goarantcod



Sll.E.nECUI,

MV-\i
..-kiig

iiiiiLi

Can Be Secured
MTO THE GME\4^
For <Pradke of Games.
Si
mtmeHjT ^Wtet otewb baitoiii Jaig.

Maaorto—.fclBde Mk ho*m' \mmd
»hey anh Maataiee the High ‘ Thm te a clone? rlralr
fiminr
wl Imakec ban Mama eaimot nc- era4 Oty and Maniati

Amtwan. Om^ March I^Trpteal
Kcbinaiy ar«atlM»r |Mit a acrlooa i
lo JnalBca’ iraiBiai; ptana ««i
the week. CloudlncM of the moraine
nteteaten in « kwa rain In ibe after
mnm. nml the plarera found It rapedl
«il u» reaantn Indoora. Ther «hP*ojrcd
ibalr time at ptartes hand hnlf. Jm
nlnga reaotvlnc lo harp tbrm in |irnctlee nome war or other.

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> '.wJrsiSirrs:'.^

KaPJOBlITS

'■y\-n

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TRY A RECORD WANT AO,

WITTPS

For Coal
CaU McGoaoh
PSOBC No. sis

TRY A RECORD WANT AO.
^

A CtoiUl Provicrr.

Sage Ryon

flrtMsi/lo "icedicing.**
-ve* provhled the trustee- raise anmber luimltrd tlmu-and: iwmlded Ibr.r
nsmr one of the Imlldings after him;
pn.vldc-d ilM-y IH him dln-rt the . xP«-| .llttm- of Ibe money, ntid luvnlded
two or tlircc- «Vu»er lliln?- tbat I for­
ge-: **
Mmliimiu Is a gust pre-

furred upon Voat
New Mav«i. ruiiu . March l.~Capt
p of hla men may
:^us 11. Bigelow of the Yale football
Ineligible, though praetically all of
animunce«l y.-sien ay that WII
played against Pennsyl- will be here
I rii^t when the aea- 11am F Knox of TNti^mng. halfb.ick on
,,bc D«™«P™ptar
V.
Curious Blunders.
pena. Me said he did not want to Yiile> ti-am for the paM ihiee year*.
It will be of beneat to both tbe organAn Anachronism.
M» lemsrksble mistakes in moYoat write* oplimlMlcnlly of the pla> here ’
tecepte<l the effe, |« b.. head
liatkm and tbe TIgrra. A propoaidon
Is hare totally escaped ooUce unearns ehaurt* of winning from the
coarli of Ibe team next t»h.
b» >lr<»ilT b«« pul up lo J«ulU(.
waa too late to rOctJfy them. Tbo errtir In aMlguIng the date of )
aatern team and from the cbamplona
lo allow hU nni lo plajr . picked team
onjhe lioota of ('romwella or the time wln-n a |m.|-s.,
^ the soutli. Tbe defeat at Penns>l► at Westminster abbry. J^ndoo. Wed or any m.spla. ing I
Th# -i- and “ap- In Suriumei.
Tbe Brat man to whom It ev*r ot*
r ha. thoroughly aroused
Ihe small letters -a- nu:l -ai.- as
the coach ami hr Is going to work mrrad to find ont bow much rain was
p.ii of
between the rbristiau and
get no attentinn i
ram thli- year aa he never
Mghtoeers. BhnueqMMrex'-Kinc
was Alosander Rrk* of KlrWtTn
Thomas a Kea.pt^ and
They are worn tqiside down,
in n nchroiil-;
painted window on tbe sialrr.se which p!jy,-;i ill i;i;::u,d
from the floor of Westmlusier
jog driven face downward Into
^
ivan. i*- > \rr : art
palace to tbe committee rooms an In
six toebea of anew What be learned iTt^tbe fatirrTamie in
MTlptlon on a sword wielded liy the
Matrh 1.- Klght
wto that a greater or leas drg,^ of,
“ 1 i!e .wiffiimtor Ilf 1
BUck ITlnce - has the word* •*Prlm-r
you Imaglm
anrprlae when ha give cold or of w lad when the .now falls ‘
ori
II
two>ear-oli:a.
Again. In tbe freem dr P*rtun-s. a Miss lu*
men kirk?
the rtilora of “Mr.
!.e pilgrim." r.-id,-ot of V, »v ?
the
denote.- from “ -Get off my ahadder.
hadder.* be aaya.
Ih,- |»l,-fun*s when yet
c from the ,«
ijvwlh on eahteni
•‘Woir
lobby at 8t. Btephen'a to
___________________
I bo« I. tt, «<rrn of Kr„„.o„
••tIetoffmT ahadder.
bo,^ of lonl. tbe MsyOower Is -tewa s, .
, .
p
. , Datocfrftos
ICO. aceonllng
**l *aa ataodlng. by crlnoa. on hla
to !w hoisting the unlo, J.ek, a flag
Of 106 00810 Of RegtStritlOt
r»ol day* nud .ihrav* nft
has iH-en In »tbe ahadder of hla atomach.
whleli did not come Into existence un
» 8 Ke^npi*. whlrh wa
from there to the face. He snow newly fallen,
T«. the I,-gal volen* ,
form.-d that the conslgtiraent left Mel
years afi,*r the days of the b!s
Thomas <ro»i Kr-,q...n.- tll
oiSM- rity. <;ranU
When I r>t on to aunJlt gale of wind, freeting cold,
bourne. AuatrelU. Jan. 2*. on the ship
modern times IItchc prepod tons tortc Msynower.
and Stole of Michigan
dure a quantity of water eqv
Toya Klaaan Kaiaha. All are sons or
- Dldn t you never havr- no hrtagta'
Noilt-e I* hereby glveij
that
ih*daughterw of Carbooler. a notwl Auie up? Look at yon now. lengthenln* out tenth imrl of lu bulk - Bo t
A“Ring.r.'Juo Hoard of HeglMraiion of the eevcia:
A liecr Jug In a Iwlfrr Is
tiallan horse that was uulHwien on your shadow longrr n mine. Crouch,
• nrd* of the city. <jf TiavenM* nty.
Iurh-Ig>ndon Thronloniewhat
of
a
rarity
In
Ihes
iiMs-t on Tuesday and Wdues
Hve turf during hla day.
ronaarn you. or I II warm your hide
da.v.
Afleo arriving In San FVanclaco the with this here club.* **
however. p»-ojile were not sopartlrul
The aaUor gave a loud Uugh and
imM will be shipped to Di»s Angeles
Thv Adder.
fl,-d eb-elors n-sl,ling In the enV of
The ringers- Jug at Bcc-les. ‘n Koffr
A full grown adder rosy tnensure
HariMty In War.
to roat at -Lueky" Baldwltra rwnehe emptied his glaaa of milk.
Traverse Pliy. mho arv iioi nos teg.
iHdds six gallmis. a sum.-Wi,-y to e
•Them Kattra.*: be aaW, -Yv^artla two f.wl in bngth and shout six
I^lerr-,I: nald iWs.,,1* .rf U.-g1*iral|,.u
Tbe French marshal. Turtnine. v
l»efore being shipped east
for the
tain Ibe ten weary ringers, though
their abadders as part of tt^mselves. Inrhea around the tblekesf luirt of Its
sill im-et 0i earh of the flvi- wards of
n great general, sod hi* W»ara«
weight of tbe WUs did exceed
A polite KaSr would no mote walk on body. It* moremeuts are sluggish, and bears csamlnation for nobility
said clly It. Ih,- folios Ing plar-cs:
Ion*. Tlie vcs*, I U mrde of rvsl ear
another*, ahadder than a polite Ameri- of etmrwe five t«l.-n that It Is .-ajujhle of
First w*r,|-iii r.iang,- hull
Pass
’ lde:its enware and ha* three handle* one
for Mtaa Buaaell was w-hn-ted w Itb her can
mW hit a lady They have a traiisrerring its h«-ad from one extrem­
which ts eoneealed hr the nf-rk.
l.lrlhplac^ In Iowa. In mind. The etdKcetmd wsMl—Bi the S,eoi..J «*rd
ahadder etlqoettr You moMB t ity to tha other every six months Is dua modeaty. generosity and honesty as
l»enni the following* Insefiptioti
rilv hall on Kprwe stixs*1.
aeeount let your ahaddgr ba limply to sn|>er.tllJon.
ora will be ‘navy Wue ami whl
Tlie fart U well as h!s courage and mll.iarv atili.
Tliltil s«i,l~lii the p.imsry s« l.rs.l
than a auperinr*a You mutt that the UiJ of this snake d«>es not -^fty. A little atorr o( one of his Gfir­
•nchra 1 am f
hiilMlng. eonici of Ptihm an,) Tcuih
smaller, and
le in a iKnnt. as with opbidiaue man campaigns Illustrate* l.i« rare nsch Man drii enre and then t
there crouch for tbe i
Drink not too urh to <yiWTjd >t
stumpy and resein- acrnpnloasnpaa even In lime of war.
Fourth waid lii the engine ImuMr la thought hy the
i to mak* lh« p
The aotlKWltles of Frankfort lH*lieTer!
No
rm Pas* *jr»s-t
opbers I don’t say I cult for au ol»server situatfsl at a dls
gift of John Pattman Reeel
Fifth ward- In lh«- Fifth war,) hall.
from the movement* of hi. army that
> he the origin of tbt Unce of a few yard* i.vdi*tingul*h tbe he Intended parsing through their l-r
oiqH»il,- K J Han- A Shmi s stort.
n.nier of WaKhliigion
and Ih»»Mon# from the oiIut; tienee the ativrv of rilorr. -They sent a dcfujlation to him
It. being two hesdeiU tlM- falltey of whleli offered him a large snra of mon­
j
New YuiK. Mairh !.—The cxiidits of
Said ineetliig,. of the |p«,.| irf |t,g
Much Law. Poor Case.
which no lnteilige:t olHwrvcr could ey If he would niter the dlre«qion of
il AiwiUwii jockeys u* i:uro|H- Ijcgaii
iMralhHi sill IH- ,»|M-n from 7 orhs-k
Uwyera there U a saying fall to detect. Pioneer
hls^rch and leave Frankfort.
^ i WtHluT-sday w hen WlUle Shaw sailed
An Englithman'a Jaka.
in Ih,- r,ii,-noon iinril K o’, l*e-k In the
that in the trial of a ease an attorney
i
An Knghsbinsn oi.ro l.»M of a great Ktli-noMin of said i^-gisti:ii|«Hi day*.
tm Fmo|H-.-*ben- he will rkb- Im If light on farts must Iw heavy
vy on law.
than one l*r hi
- Ceurtmy.
•tlentlemeri.** Joke he playcl on a friend. He waa
In le-dimony shererd | bav-e Mt my
Weinberg Bros* V,
The other day an aiiuruey was prepar­
be said, -my eonscie
Iff along the stro-rt with some eom- ban,I this r7th ,la> of February. Ito7.
Danny Maher and l.nelen I.yne ing to leave hi* offh-e In «u»e of tbe Mg
accept your money, for I
T. H. fllUJS.
u.H. and Im- di.^<-overed his friend *
railed for Hkigtaml y«*terv!ay tt> riiU' offlet buildings to go to tbe courtboosa
-Jam**.*- he tried out piteously, nel
City Cletk.
IntendevI to lead my army
,.n fln-. will, bis friend in tbe
during the
me the worst: Yon And my table man
• tovrn.r
*t,»ry w,o,lou shouting fur help.
ners execrable r

Jump:be
,-r;e,l
•.Imop!
We
ll
'oW
•^Ibook",
But his new Initler. Iniwing first wltl
u\^it for y ,ii." -\Miat was the j
-niigc?ijs
I*
an
exlrvnirly
selflish
Ions of higher eourt*.
eo.
At Interrals a stately eoodeiu-ensi.m, only replied;
• the t. ar. r a- «cl. -Why." the
mail*'
boy went In and <out of tbe door, ate
“Aa a matter of professional (-ourte
-Vo.- nnswere*! the ehnrIlaUe |icr- lliigli'bien I ivpl..Hj. -we hnd n» b:.u
each time he bore In hU arms a stack ay HI cannot hentertsln. much less
of tbe books, which be carried to an hexpraas. banr hnpioloo which might srn -he :«,rt vclhsh. He is li.erriy s
He ran t nn ter
expresa wagon tbat stood lu the street aacm In banyway to reflect on my ►uUJ<*1ive reason, r.
“Whit hni-hy eyelashes Mr. Swugi
strn-1. V.iien he hj% nil the r..a-t tar
Itelow. Tbe attorney was to use the
her .111,1 ,.W- he nnnt*. ohy , iery ror
Ns.ks In the C9urtTts»m. Awdliet UwAnd be bowed again and v
• Brooklyn club had j
else *l:on’ l not Im- |M-ife< i|,v h:it
.ver. who Is of aoutbeni Mrth and who

PtK>BeNo.R. MS
Cil. phone.
Feb Him

Amos E. Bingham

"MR. CMmir 'HAS EIGHT
HEW HORSES OH THE WAT

Many

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TAHKEEJOCKYS DEPART
FOR OLD COUNTRIES

WALTER U. PAIGE

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AatMMIc. Uaack aa< CuMl.eBiei.e Acesortes.
C.neral Car.B* Bu

rehcltlcwis first luiaeman. Tim Jonlau.
it npprars that Jordan Ifas Iwen askiM
to sign fur a salary «if f2 coo «ud de­ books. Then be dug his hand* deep
bitor. to do m. nnle« he gets f 1 txift Into his trousers po< kets end ea
the lawTerr
“IVelL .Vh ll.sw^ah. kanueL you
• ir-Cnti or remain have m. case at all’-Kenaes City
Times
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OmutoU to Antebtr Talk Fight. .
Tbe Owwano Iteoor rUil. has man
nged to get lito a aquabhlr w Ith an
wibrr l«w
This time li i» \V>an
dvrtto and the Owviaao manager «ayi
that the Wvmidoue troid has no II
cewne lo p»e la the ..me class as hU
aggrogntlott and tecia to U*< money
ounaertoaofg
on • seriea of gnniw. This looks had

nsbatototon.

post a* sirtcily mma

• too RffWARO. BlOO

MaxwcU .Mo«y Can
SmsUcy Alarine Mdton.
-My ioodness.** he exclaimed *n
ly. -there's siiother flower on thai
tnry pUnt! Why. It seems Imt .v^
day alBce 1 pla.-ke.| a Mosrom from II.Ht walked alowiT toward an oak tree
son years PM whieh be had ten

Th.-Wendann* Bt^In Peru, oe the abores of the Uke of
TMleaea. tbe moot lofty Uke In tba
rper-a Weekly. ^
whole known wortd. are three pllUrr
of atone of unequal beigkL Un o
Th. Larger da...
theae huge hkwka the rude rcsturaa of
-Of coorae,- said the seeker after
a human being hare been cut mud the knowledge, **we an-ldom hear *tbee* and
other two are covered with deetgna ef thou* nowaday*. Tbey re used rooatly
rarteus klnda, all believed to bfre l*y porta aren't they ?“
-No,- replied the editor; *Tbe.TV.
ship. Wbo tbe engraver of tbeee'tooo- naad motely by people wbo think
oUtha was or at what age of the IbeyTe poeu.--OatboUc Standard ate
world tbe engraving was dooe Is net
known, but it Is highly probeble ttet
It WM done long befora tbe Amerteut
ted ever been en» by nny white »e«.
The etooee are so large as to pracinde
......—WV-U.
tbe Idee of tteir having been erected thin. BU Ih' rist av thlm too
Tbia
by hnmna beliigh the bete explaaatloe whin ih* cnritle. eome.theyni be mV
ready flUtd. h'go»*:-rnck.

TravoM^Tliicli.
l:il Can Kt.. ooroer of State
.rmpUim. of orgnmc do.
l. and nature s warning to
women of n trouble
trouble which wiilaoooeror Inter declare Itacll
How often do wr hear worn

JOHN (olM’CORMICK
cosrsc)
CuKlidate (or Ibe Rapablioan
Nooiaatioa for

They do not rooliae that the bock

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Alderman in the Sih Ward

_

Farm fer Sale
Ksows as Ibe
Charles EllU Fans
One and One-hsU MUc^
froaiOM Mission. ^
<Wacr«.6ac;i^lol.
3 .{iriDgi oo (arm.
10 aorai koo.1 tppla or. Iiaid.
2-»tory (fame ho.ac. oast $2,000.'
Frame Urn. 24*,H.
.Storm barn. 24I4H.
Ur^ alwl.otKloMd conuTibaiKl

Price. $4,090.
Enquire of

& J. MORCAN
Ol., cm. o, a. Fm.

One Ton
OO^K E
to equal to

Two Tons
^,0*e u tb.

urnoote

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was anbjact to flU
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