The Evening Record, February 09, 1907

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The Evening Record, February 09, 1907

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American newspapers--Michigan.
Grand Traverse County (Mich.)
Traverse City (Mich.)

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Issue of "The Evening Record" Newspaper.

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

Date

1907-02-09

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Traverse Area District Library, Traverse City (Mich.)

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a maa br waaawad mind. Ha mltbt
aran aam be taeammatad ta
My
lam. But If ha bad not bad Iba Ibrv
It la a aate caaMam tbm tbare

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BmeMt «l taliBHi iwtbod*; after yon barr
IBM <»7o«lMfio«itey>t niar be a ateypatt
balptohte. Oirebariegnlariylariatear eu!:^
adlatbar Uaa to keep a bank
•btok.eto. Many bonaakaUB^ keqTwJto
aaI aad
aadlikelL
bank book
bookie
beateeMJik.
like H. die faaok
ie a boaioatoJike
record aod each rhMk it a leoipt.

“T&iwga.’g"e A. mmcam.....aur owii

WJi.ieatssKr

It nataial parmHal laea^lai btai
to one mlauke. M left tba yanag ama

V ^A,\K

an aanualtaeome of U.4M. If ba bad
fuaittad that tad ywmg Thaw Wild
bad ta iaaa to work things
bare baaa ematty dllfarent now.
a impoaidhle to cbaagw TbaWa
now. but the emmple abonld
[ba wmnttbboager that atira tba
o^ the othm yount man of tba
ry. dtioold they arhiave wealth
«WTT JC. TUm •!« SlUng pnvm !• lb*
nomhie means and In togltmata
mtf daittM, cdaw ta Ui« papwi ot
ik* mmtdlmr tom Md eriii the eoub waya. all well and good. They will Yewnf bUa Who Waa
Warn- Wemad a Lobat H
trr «Mk»M have MleetioM oT -pUte tbm now the meaning of the atruggla
Mtier raptota vlU> laddrati ^ tlir aad the value of the dollara and will
V how to behave tbrmaelvea.
trUL ^ T%o Mliau tera haan or
Idle aona of rlc^meB us
oat cC aoort twi ikeiaiMa aad plwMo^
having tbelr ttxxubles
achieve anything hut dUgn
graplii or tha pitadiMli to tba
man who took an a*, had li ch
aoattooa to ba {Mibtlibad daily. (

XLUSEII m SHUMSin

HAVE YOU

The
Malleable.

$«.50
tlighUy duweed.........SS.7S
lSSao«kto,on.taaO<^k............... $tJg
Iron Beds, aloMSt pwtect...................... %ij^

■w baiaunnir
ibiedw 6nd 80iDtahbg Uwre jam have bem

WhaiaoyMMIakoliheaev

TW an the ^anutUtod

Come in and let u»
tcH you why “ThR Maileable’* is the best^Kange
in the world.

Jj

PAWNED THEM

avvata are erowdad aalde to give the
raae room and the atorln by the
haodltog It are aura of im poal

U TOO. are ioeldiix for
a Sted Raaiethat will
Ia« a lifetiote. a Range
tliat yon caeU' tneek.
one that anil bake per­
fectly with the least
amount of fuel »e in­
vite you to CJ.U and ex-

ENTS

J. Wo SLATER
raEPpMEMAKES

FRANK.TRUOE
WWimttHUM

For Citv Treasurer

rh-r"-"-

4

-t^rej week’s suy ut the (

w..« ,„L .he

Must rated
rss• going
coma to work!
1
work Inal
Inatprtce
of l<» e.
ill. regardJeas
Kaywtone and wiantMl an ax to ! of mitv or age or
In llie..thttaer.
^nth aU IMa pubilelty a great d
with. He pIcktKl1 out one valued j There will be ehi
aJty^or feallng baa bam toinad up.
40 and the biQ t
iTOBt IN tUTMtRLANO tLOCK.
hi ’
* on the iKKbka
He left the i 8atuiilsv
Inees
The Nall
Insleaitaof going to the dejiU ! cumitany comes very highly ..........
and 1 mended and have vj^y toiely pU>^
Bath M.va Had Long C.pirianee and Iiawnetl the «». getting
re Able M ^mpetant Man
lht^r”hd.ise“
FUNEPtAL SERVICE.

Wc have just received ^ full


mllS^oV a p<

tar gra ao ter ta tba nrtaority that the
teta«r Uat eroold refuae to poblUh
aartbtag aoaaanitog the raae «ould
bara a Twy lean time aa far aa rirru
Bat
laying aalde dUtribaa nu
•htahar tow - on “unwritten lawvlbaortoa arhether Tbaw la aane or In
aaaa. or wbHber he la guilty of mur
Aar In the flret degiwe. manalaugbter
W )na(taable homicide,
the whole
■ tbtac mate on juat one polni. if Itarry
X. Thaw bad been a bard working
yonag man. If be bad
a
**ataady Jdb** aad would Itore bad to lie
aamtel ta kaaptag that job bamnaa to
loaa It maaat hunger, be wodld not be
occupying the priaonera dtirk today
but would bare U^en hard at work
wrilb no other caro on bla mind than
bow to aave Inatead of spend.

TEACHERS.
vemay
•Anemooft.
i|
Trave
terday i^moofi.
Traverse'diy. Mich . kVb. 7. i
The funeral sirrvlce of ihe little To Orand Traveiwe (\MUity s pjo*
child of Mr. aikd Mm Vic V Palmer
sive Tmehers.
waa held yesterday iiftennsKt ut J .iO
(Jr.^eilng:—I ^sve tlie very
from the home, the Hev U H Bis-sell 1 pbwaure t« anmumce that Pn»f.
of the Plrst ITesbyterian church of it'nlklns of M
Sclailng
There was a prckfusl.m
prckfusUm *rf,8upt. I B. (Jlllterl
(J
of Trav*
and the music fur will tx.ndu<j
institate at
was funilslutd by a quai- Friday and Saturday. fVl,.
ed td Mrs. A T.. Buchant.
Mm. Hu
lan. I>r. J. A. Snyder and
leal ibMuni

irerae Tliv U
bhoe atore toca
bkH-k. In the )
. d by R. W. Ri
The uew firm will
Kbumvky. two well I
who have been In I

laaaen han
,
twelve yeuri He started
wlib^nk »'iiedrich
h In
Ir the Wiirvbmg
block^elve yeara ago.
I two ymra
with Parker
for iteveral
paat has
with A. (Indllck
Mr. Klaaaen la thoroughly i»*the ahuo bualneaa pnd capable of
-------- lag the moat critical trade. Mr.
Klaaaen was a prtimlnmt memhi'r of
Oimpany M during the flpanUh Amerhaving aerv<^ during that
as flrst lieutenant, going to
(Mlw with the company aad reauming Spielal to the EvenlrtT Reconl.
Wllllamsihurg. Mich,. Feb. 8.rtlcal ahoe *‘P‘<*lal meetings continue at
There are a large number of young
l-Yauk 8humaky Is a pract
slKke mak- church
iKjxh
tncreaaed
int
men ta tbla couPlry who envy such
The pnwidlng elder concluded th
ing business for tpurteen yea
young mm aa Harry K. Tbaw. not
vice* on Monday night. The r
also Is well and Worn
'faeorotily' An«
bin praaent oondlUon but anterior
wUI oonUnue the aervicos thi
Being thonaighly practical he ami
It. Wfben ba waa free, with no wo
no truublea. unllmltinl
mcmny a

WILUAMSBURG

'u-.xr„ri

f years aml^^

iburg at I
und all
ofAoea. Tb them to be able to lay
down their dally tasks without vver
taking them np again U tbelr supmim-

ANT^SAIOON SUNDAY
elation Has Set Apart
h. ^4. for Temper.

f.vrif,atloii‘‘of ‘imr
is and still morw especially

S|te-clali^t liUuxK Ib.-M- 1II1.*S and you
miiM heur^hlm^L^k out of the school
jw! * Do you see that hill?
ravtner That day hank? That
That ravine?
gravel knoll?? Do you know wKsi its
history l»? I
can you tell
your pupils aheut it? Here is a chance
to learn something of value that will

h^"lT

you deslie in kiuiw atonal
gs and well k.-«-p Pn»f.
' busy. He enj<iy> to-mg que.<by ibi.M- who are liUerv»l»sl.
Gilto-rt to tiMi well known to
an inrixKluctl«.n and he too
meaaaoe to tell. We are going

Kmplre Stitt's visite«l frltHids hero
this w^k and attended the special
me«-ilnga.
f g|
A number of the folks here are
tint up Ice.
..There Is quite a little slckne«i In
the community Just now. mustl

SLEIGH MDE

Time, Money

No Saving
in Youth

i;

Has Its Results
In Old Age

ving taken to the wn
the St
a short time ago. as there was
work there
Card of Thaaka.
eW desire to extend oiu- he
thanks to our friends and nel|
whose many kindnesses aided ao

To Curo w Cold in Onw Day
Mrs. Vic C l*almer.
RECORD WANT AD$.>AY.

A Uttle moD<-.v m\^ r«eii.
Urly Inyonrb will be greBlIy
epprecUted Uti-r oo in life.
A* «t grow older, we leem
toeppradeto the eoofqrte
tlint muney wiU bny.
We inxito your leTioge eceoont. Tbr*e per ceot intenet peid on eeTingf fieui
dntoofdepodL

First^Natiooal Bank

and annoyance wlien
bnjnng' property, by aecnriiiK an
sbalnict of titlo, to make clear to
you that them U no cloud upon
the title.

O. C MOFFATT

lrouble and sorrow

BABY CABS, GO CARTS,
ENGLISH and HOOD
CARRIAGES

LV'.i

Ralph S. Hastings
A j-otiuk' nun who baa luwl ten
yeara’ cxi>erieucd in bookkeepin
and office work; baa made Trav
eraeCiljhialiom
erae
City hla borne for Ibo pMt IV)
ypart and who
wbo would certainly
yeara
appnpciatc yoiir
at the jirimAriea Mnrcb !l».
Candidate for

rcpuMicau in.mi*

For iht* >ptinjr iradef All kinds of styles ;ind prices,
Maybe you don't neci hone ju<t yet, but you can make
Itctij
will hold it for you.
ndred desiijn* in the large
cans and over lifty in the small foPdin
iing carts, so i
first here will get the best styles
les to self
select from.

EASY PAYMENTS
Your Reliable Furniture Store.

Grand Rapids Furniture Co.
127 S. South Union Street

The Hannah & Lay Mercantile Go.
____

INTERLOCHEN

-He’s a rrgntor Aack-of-all trades.
Why. be buUt hU own garage.“
“Hid he? I wasn't aware that be
9w oe.1 a car.”
“He dfwwnt. The onlr car that be d
rate to buy Is jp^l a fuiH too lung fo.tbe caiaO- he t. ilU ”-4'tovelaud Plain

line of

of thlni

Friday 2 p, jm.. and 7 30 p nu.
Saturday S;to) a, nu. F»-b. 1". and 1
inw or the Miniate
*^e
R. A 1. iniln b-aves Trav.
**^m1ss N’ellle Stiles Is visiting friends
II will give up Sunday.
Fit^ lh:2« a. m. Sinv-tol round
ro*ihe‘'l
. Slate Anti Huloon leagb
lale. All ulioard!
O. P. Marsh relumed tu Will
will All the pulpits
Very truly.
the best league speakers. A temper burg this w«M-k.

W.
M.
Baird
has
ton
n
visit
Ing
GtX). L. CRISP.
anm» mass meeting vrill to' held In the
Kwi
CominiHsiontevening at the Hty opera house,
where the principal address will be de­
livered by the Rev. G. W. Morrow,
superintendent of the league
Mon.
day. FWi. 15. a meeting of the pastors
of Hie eoiinty will l.e held to consider
Interesu
hard, fast and furbium. And then» U
where the “aleady job * acts as a list
Bpeclal ta tba Evening Record.
Interlocheo. Mich . FVb. 8-The
. nnce wheel, the nafely valve In order
WyMe Opoparage company'a mill bam
to hold a good position now da>w a
siaru-d and things will soon l»e humyoung man must be clsnn, he most Ih'
temiicrate. he must keep st«^ady biwirs.
•The young people of Wy lie and InterParloh'a Home.
He may not even attend church, yet
lochaa have formed a lUeraiure socletv and are mev-ttng once a week.
hla life must in a great measure be
The helki girls of the Cltlxens ex Thev report a fine time.
Changv sad a few of their friends en­
John Itovis la geKlug along nicely,
joyed a slelghride to the home-of Miss
Mrs. Strickland has m«rchased1
a
Muto-1 I*urish im the > nlnsula last new cow ia> as to to» able to supply• her
Ing. There were elghH-en In the eastomem v
and. of course, all had 1 gisHl
r w ill he-the m-w
Mm. Lott
lime. An oyster supi»er was servt-d at mall carrier in place- of Mr. Perry, he
the Parish home
But these aamc '-.u^ady >»bs,tuntaDy ao deaplaed.
are the best
things that could bapi»en to them
Wthoul them the averagx* >^mg man
of this eoontry would go to the dogs
and go .guickly. America la a countr>
of action, it demands It, the very
gtmeture of the republic Is founded
upon It and the ptMvple thrive upon It.
Thh ateragn American take* hla
plmaure Just as he do,w his work,

m 6o Carts

AUlrac-e of Title
210 State Bank BaiUing.

"THE BIG STORE "-Dealers in Ereiytliing

..VALENTINES..
BIG VALENTINES
LITTLE VALENTINES
LACE VALENTINES
COMIC VALENTINES
FANCY VALENTINES
Valentine Postal Cards. 1 c each

>ntine Hearts for card parties and
All sizes of Valentine
favor*.
Valei...............................................
voT*. Valentine
Booklets in fancy bindings and ribHreoratit
bou decorations,
25c. 50c, 76c and $1 00.
Valentine sold on the second floor; use the new
Vairntines
grand s’airw'ay.

Best Bargain Ever
Monday we will sta
bargain ever offered in

the bit-gest sale and best

Embroideries and Insertions
Kmbroiderics from three inches to ten inches wide
Inserrions front one inch to flve inches and every* width
i> sold at

Ten Cents a Yard

RECORD WANT ADA. PAY.

Call for Catalogue

REX
CHOCOLAftS
AmtmteliMteifalawfculMmi
J.
W.Jmikmm A. W. Jahrau
K. A.M«Moe Ro«&Moan>
You
P. Moreg ri
A. OoaUla
F.F.Akwn
J. a Lamn
WeqitatoDgChib
O.F.OMI
American Drag 8toi«
HennabDragSloxe
F.L.8httter

Kitchen Cabinet to close ont at

$12.00

WiU want one at this price, let ns
show them to 7on

J. I ereilick & Cfl.

API^
SAVER

Nothing like it ever offered in ,hc city.
lucky purchase for us and more so for you.
window display.

A very
the

See the Counter Display
4.000 yards to be sold in one day. lake advanof this wonderful ssle. You muK see the beautiful
gosds_to fully appreciate the splendid values you are

GIVE NATURE
A CHANCE

I I

1 ^

f.

IF OTHERS WHYifOT YOU?

'*'%wwnNE> ii«»*aiisa«Q.
•Tmvtr.. aiy. Oct. II. tff
HtaHM MrOu am4 | har.
9oor vltiQH. tW TtehMi la i»y
Hlirt ara'lwniit alanRt
VMM. Dr. Paalaaa Itted my
aya« with a pair of •porial l«a•m akMt March aih. My cyea
tera ha« parfoetly alratpht

aoa. «h U la charga ^ Dr.
Wolfea Travwao City offer. Dr.
Paolaao f ued mo with a pair of
plaaM that harr cured my

kara «l>appoaiai aad thm viikm
la hau cyaa U arm prrfoct.

I Bita Froat. Luag Lake.

la perfect rlakjo for both

Wc.Bo Not Fit Glasses
As a Side Line.
It Is Our Specialty
IVt dn oU our euXite attmtion to the fttiu^ of clasu s.
No mtdicat or surgical treatment used.

■Cxamlnaaien F’r**.

DR. WOLFFS BRANCH OFFICE
413-414 WIOelB Bin.

TraTcrse City.

HR. B. L PAULSON, Optometrist.

To Recom WantAds

whether

I

News In^Paris

M. Rives I* not quite sure fourteen year*, although his wife,
carry^oot all he U from whom he Is MU^klng divorce, act­
ed with George Alexander, at the 8L
James theatre about three year* ago.
-I think” said the great Parlalan
beau, -thnt poasibly Bngltohmen dress
better than rrenchmen. but the differ­
ence 1* slight, even though nowadays
in Paris English fashions are not fol­
lowed. Our standard* are the same- Lamt Back and Urinary Troublaa Art

RVOID BRIGHTS DISEASE

He says be intenda to make 1
to the whole world ^hat Pram
bolds her own in the automobile

Bpaoial cahla to tha Mraatag Baavi
By fUCHARD AMRCORM.
(Copyright* lta«. by tha Baaiat MBm
SarricaJ Febni«ry »—The Prince of
Monaco ha» ju«t conununlcated to the
FYencb aradetnr «f acicoce a m«i»t
Interewiluj: report cm hta arlenttnc
rainpalrn In the Arctic recion In 1«»0€
The prince took with him on this e*t-pedlUon two ye»ael». the Princeaaae
; Alice and the QrodOord. and wa« acI companidod by eiahty ■cienilata and
! sailor*. One of the roost Important
nod interertlni: exploits darins the ex|K‘.IUlon wms the work done by a
party of m ven Norwegians and a
FrvnrhniaJi. who were left on 8piUbercen by the prince to carry out
driic work^ in the hitherto unexplored
iTKiuniains f»f thi- northwest.
These rn«m. under the iriidance Of
Ooptain lK-«rKsen. who wa* a former
numilKT of Svcnlrups expfwlition on
the Frain. rtjvercd t.fJHi niilcs o\vr the
Interior Klacier without any nnourre*
but those brouKht with them on their
4b«-ir«ln They did not see the ves­
sel nor tlulr tuber comrade* for over
iwen»y.*lx da.v*.
The numlt ot.J.iInctl on this expedithro, which wa< probably the rouKhert
and risklcM ever attemptinl In Arctic
fCKion.'^. inrludiiiK a complete chart of

it of CO to »0 feat Interaatlnc
rimeau were made on the nature
of the bkKMV of the Polar aalmala en­
countered by two doctors of the party.
Dr.. Porter and Dr. Richard. The ak
so pure In these Arctic deiclooa
s ■mall detached party of the ex­
pedition coold be seen by the main
bodv over the anows at a distance of
r alxty-four mllee. whUe pilot some

An international book exhibition Is
to be held in the Grand Palkls from
More pnople auectimh aach year to
the end of July to the middle of Oct
some form of kldaay trouble than any
ober. It Is not only to be a book ex
other cauae. The allghlewl form «f
hlbltlon. a* one of the greatest fea
kidney derangement often develops
lure* of the exhibition will be thv
into
Bright * kidney dlaeaae. diabete*
of several Important Pari* who
^*?2el”SSl? hi kStowST^llh IhS standsprint
or dropay. Whmt either of these dis
ibclr d»lly new* bel
acted by iKiclety and
to a dlstuce of ISI miles,
eases are suspected the aufferer
of the public.
ously at great
y means of these same batloont
The show which will *how
At the other Phd of the scale Is the should at once seek tho beet medical
atmosphere wa* explored up to
of the Industry- will compr
ritten by the vicar of St. attenUon possible. Consult only a
hitherto unatUlned height in Arc­
Sepulchre-*, a poJr elfy parish, and good, first-class physician, leave pat­
ent medicines alone.
tic regions of fO.OOO feet. Nine na- the art of book prihUi
acted bv rhlldrew from
There are many of the leaw^r symp­
flonalltlcw Nsde part In the prince* Include a retrospective
Ltmdon slums.
ejpedltlon. Mr. Tlnayre. an artist, will show specimen* of typographical
The Rev. E. Rogers, author and pro­ toms of kidney trouble which can Ih^
who worked In the interior of the
ducer of the iMUtomine^ deaerlbed treated at heune. is stated by a wellSplUberren as far north as 80 deirree#
King* Capture” aa known authqritf. For some of three.
let., has brought away a particularly tare of the publicity department will
lnteie*tlng souvenir of the expedition be the large show uf artl*tic posters publicly performed. ^
In the shape of landscape paintings.
which will take up several room* In
1 Palais, some of which were
tblf* frer^ge. a'Sd'the ful. scalding and other urinary
St year at ^the autumn salon. Demon King was equipped c<»mpletc troubles, try the following simple
M Rivers, the organizer of tho auto­
home remedy: Fluid Bxirart Dandcmobile salon* for the last few years,
the Uw of separation of
I.ondon slum children, he say* are lion cme-half ounce.Coinpound Kargon
annlng another salon, for next
id
state
has
been
carried
Into
practically
quick
In learning but soon one ounce. Compound Byrup Sarwapiiwhich will i-cljpse anything ever
churches a* well aa clergy forget, what they have learnt He rilla. three onnee*. Theee v.-geUblo
done in this line.
It Will b<* the tenth salon and will
obtained at any gia»d prescription
In the Rue Pemety stands what ^
In the Grand Pall* as It was
pharmacy and anyone can mix them
but making no part except the
r. but- large, additions to the formerly the Church of the Mar
by shaking well in a bdtile. The dose
sold by the pubUc liquidator. '
principal one*, more than a t
for adults to a teaopoonfui attcr each
line* long Mr. Roger*, who t
church was sold to a rcAlred dry go
.
•s owner, who in turn has le
that acting play* S* a Iwit^T way ol meal and again al lictlilme. ^
educating the ehlldn
filldnn
n than the oniln
ordin . There Is no betu*r grtieral n meily .
ary method*. 1* writing a farce of pro- known to r«ijeve all fonn* of rb»-umaa of the parish | tlsm either. iM-cause it art* illnvtly
upon the kidney* and i.lrw»d It clean*
Ih*- cbigged up i*.re* In the Mdm*ya *o
im It Into a theate r.
For the lime being, however. It Is
they can Hit*-.- and rtralu frtun
There w s* nearly a rUn amons
e used as a hall for clneraaiogra
uric acid and
icleiy and artistic crowd of visit
e matter which if mR HImlnal.-d
erformanccs and the legend -Cli
to the Royal Academy show v€ (
uM*i remain in the blood, decompose and
jHtngraphe du Soir" appear* one
Master* at mirllngton House,
Ilia*dtle about the jolntN and muscular
je monumental facade of the chur "• the Kiippiy «.f calalopu** ran
the tissues eauhliig the untold ailffering
early in the afterncKm i
and and d«-formity t»f ^vheumarism
tidants sold the last calaU
Backar h<- I* nAtun-V sicnal pcdlfy
passing the turnsttie* began to de­
mand catalogue* In Indignant tones.
They crowded around the empty cata­ your kidney*.” i« now the physkrlao'd
logue stalls and refused to move on to advice to his pailt-nt*.
the exhibition rtXN&s without the print­
SpecUl Cable to the Brening Ra
ed guide*.
One attendant at least had thh
By RICHARD ABERCORN.
(Copyright, 1906. by the Hearat Newa liright idea to buy caUb»gues from the
departing visitors. A more curious
Serrice.)
wetie the vestllHile of Bullington
London. February- 9 -The deat
Hou*^ nevcT saw , f»efore. The *tLady BurdHi Coutls has left the
tendajjt* wero dh»cri'<«tly oc ring to
Uon of Britlan s wealthiest worn
l.uy the catal««ne* of aorlety ladlre.
Miss Emily Charlotte Talbot an <
art-critic*, and Arailemiclans; while
ly spinster who Is hardly knows
those larking caUloguew
eagerly
waLcheil tho resulu. The po#e»soni
of catalogues did not all part with
DO NOT keep h on
thlr trreMures wllllDgly. Some ladie*
yoor penon or bide it .boot
rv-fiised to listen to anv offer, others
the bouM. bat phoe it in n
1 IT.SOO.WX). and sold their* after copying their n»>te*
L In a huge trust into their
gooil, (troDK, rcuia^ bank,
very quietly on her
eaebaa the
rarely visiting her
and dispenses charlt

News From London

When You Start

Many lines of Men’s and Boys’
r

^

’ ■■ ■■ ’. ■

Clothing

Your Money

More promlaeot socUIIy is Mias
Alice de Rothschild, cousin of Lord
Rothat^d. and heiress to her
Baron Partllnand. She owna T
don manor, the flneet of the Rothachnd
home*. She Is ven cbariUble. and

LESS THAN
n
meins much to the public

It is
Overcoats,

MMftistmenU may hne *
great shnOaHty. bat stock of goods.
UfMy, gaality. prices, aalaes,
haire a greater meamng. .

Traverse Oly
Stale Bank,

Wbare^it will earn yon 3 per

sr

where she has a villa, her gardens arc
famous, seventy gardeners being em
ployed at Oraaae alone.
Mist BothachUd U able to dispose
of her brother's fortune mmctly as
she pleaaea, bnt she wlU moat probab­
is. Hannah drag store. BOc and
ly leave it to her own family.
Trial bottle free.'
Prince** Malre Bonaparte, daughter
of the late Prince Roland Bonaparte,
Oo and Bee
inherited a raat fortune from her ma-BCENCB IN THE UNION DEPOTtemal grmndfkther. the late I
BUae--Mooie Carlo Blanc.”
at the OrafNf Opera Houae
t6. pretty and aocompllahed. and al
Pabruary IMh.
thongb not aftlanced eo far. U very
ef the MayAoretr Cluh.
Ukely to And a husband among the Per the
royaltle.* of Burope. Prtnoem Malre
has also goMen expectaUoos from her
unde. Bamood Blanc II. who Is a
RECORD WANT ADB. PAY.
molU-mUUonalre. ^ ^ ^

Metis Saits,

pS"'"

I literally coughing myaelf to

Youths* ^s,
Children's Saits

Althongh quite blind, a man mentkrnmi by the biahop of London to amMtkma to citmb Mount Blanc and to
cyele round the worid.

---

fer the Blind at Norwood. London,
said be had raerired a letter from this
damitleas bHnd man.js^o was k former
staient at the college. Hto tratetng
there ba wrote, had bean ao helprei
that ha was able to walh^aboai London

i;..

, ‘Prices

ftesoirmsm $1,650,000
Tniserse City
State Bank

Joseph mimdtrnr A.
nr Dirty is to Faliu
The Wishes of our
Don't think we want only yoor
mooey—we need Vour good will quite
as mtieh. We keep^^itanUy on hand

HaitiUton Clottdtld Cb.
.......

i

«Mt bC Mbmrt BUnc, and a cycUngl
Coar od tile world.
,

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.

iSWASsr'cAs:

Of the OMMdle rroncnlae. tea ghmn
hto own Ttowwon the matter. He la
making hto‘llrat vtelt to London for

:r„rr„’rr.r::

maUUM. *ATUftOAY, FEWniAltV «. IMF.

0)^OFmORUHMT^
n^dc» «Y «ms. j.

u

InCTIRE SNOW A SUCCESS:

^ Tbe Trmverae aiy Morteff Picture
I «Rg>aay*a thcwloilum. loratai »t 113

aAiLSv |

<^n»oo is the latest rictlm
■ Of the dlsMse. which hag MU hold of

PPR WOWAirt CLUB.

It

£S~r?=5j=

f

Cai^etul
Housewife
uses
no other.

AbuAutay
Pure.

**Mn.‘j* L."SS!»t

^



\ . The jdStor-eenior r«*on»aoo to th«U«Hier«,4ir the Hlfti acbooi held In
the agr opera houae laat vxt^ing wen
hr far tlM> moot Hehorate fnnrtkm la
the hlatory of the local ecbool. The
etodmu worked hard for Ite auoosM
and ererTthlnc peae«Nl off In a noet
dellchtful maaaer.
The hall waa taatefullr deeotmted
with the acbooi and daaa cdora. The
bakionr rail waa humc with the gold
and black buntlOK wbUe form the
and black
bunting while from the
gcSd bunUng. auapended four large
T. H. 8. peananu
The two upper

Ceremony Waa PerformwJ at th# Paracitape by the Rev. A. J. Canby
Ycstenlay.
A dimbic wtxldlng waa aolrunnlxod
at the pemonage of the Church of
Christ ymitorday at 11:30 a. m.. the
Ke%. Canby ofAclatlng and the con­
tracting panics being Mlaa Nona Manignid and Prank Anderson and Miss
Ixila Manignid and Lnslle H. Ackerman. ah otethU city, the bridew hcl^
The young people went Immediately
to bouaekeeping. Mr. and Mr*. Anderaon brtng at home at 731 Stale atreet
and Mr^ and Mr*. Ackerman at 922

ANNUAL BANOUET
Needham Business Ceilepe BtudsMa
and EK-Studenu Will Meet
Monday Night

hw aenlor claaa and gold and nrd emilwnatie of the junlora. The rurUin
The annua] banquet of the Ncvnlham
raa huRg with a long rq^ of pennanU. Bu*lnc«* college will be held Monday
Early in the erenlng. a abort pro- evening. U-ginnlng promptly at «:S0.
imm of mualc a|id readinga waa ren* The following will be the program:
rred. every number being well re-American Kantaale.- Hoist orchtwOther methoda of entcrUlnheld away until lu o'clock when *\oaatmaater. Prof. C. R Docketsy.
fumlahed by
*'‘Tbe Student Body." H. U Sitlllygn.
•The Clara of 190€/* J. U Novak.
Vocal aolo. *1 Have a Longing In My
Heart for You. Louise." K. B. Holmes.
"Buccesa." A. F. Nerllnger.
VfKwl solo. "Dainty Uonitbea.*' Mrs.
N. B IXip-n.
*’Th*‘ F*bundatlon and Superstructurc." Judge W. H. Finlor.
Ladlra* quartetr "Doan Ys Na Ma
Nine Samplea of
Tested by Meet Ham-yr* Mtsara Eth«g U Gibbs. Grace
Ik Inepsetor Deckece/ Were
Hastings. Basa Hooker. Maud Morse.
Above the Minimum.

iOL OVER STANDARD

the nwird of the
I by Meal and Milk
thia week:

zvxinziz
>h». ». .Tk fat. ir:f. aoima.
So. C. 4S fat. 1S.& aolidi

No: h. « fat. 14 aoUda.
No. in. 5 fat. 14 willda.
No. U. 4.S fttt. 12J aollda.
Ito. 13. 3.k fat. 12.7 solid*.
The No. 9 aample wa* not from a
dealer but wa* a luanple from a Jer
•V'y.row owned by a gentUunan whn
•Imply dealred to have her milk teatfor

three la w lower sbowlm
Mias Myrtle B Miller, mho has been
vlUtlng
In Chicago for the
past

Of Chicago, who will be

EIMWDODIYCEUM
iebate Was Excellent and Was Fully
Worthy of Pupils Much More Ad­
vanced in the Schools.

I Johasos Drag Co. 1

the shipwreck, the mutlnr at aea^Mnot be describad
MBnIa. you hm
The local markat to mee It to appraciata B. There !*

Tb.
pd on two separate
he has a rod in
uly mcmberi who
Hard the passage
a bflb by the In
meaaurra and the

.IIPFM

«th«r paptr.

oMIm

p^

Potatoes. IS cents

greatest woman oo
and some of the t
touched upon. The paper
waa very Instructive and
much study In preparation

K

I always a cc
|| tmic-c each '

mlon of child labor, and this w«-k
Tmentx-Kir loads wen Teex-ivt-d at
paid his compliments In no un- the market yesterday
^\»r loads of
laln terms to certain ithcr mem- potatoes mv're among the lot. This Is
r» who couiemplaie extendtvl dts- the nxist that has tavn rretdved for
ratkios on pet measure*. Mr. Italo's
Um*. Tbe talbure ... mcml^
ven added
------------------je Is nom u
Cblemo. nxx;l,4. o( poUlne. M-.ter.
• of tbe a|
xe of the

will

>d Thura

RECORD WANT AOS. PAY.
RECORD WANT ADS. PAY.

The con*ianUy advancing pork marWith his left ankle frightfully
broken and the aolo of the forK luraed
upward. Irving Borst drr»ve from Beoton a camp. Ave miles east of MayAekl.
to thj^clty this morning and bad the
3»kaz cared for by a physidaa. The
man showed remarkable nerve and
»hn DanfOrd Had a Young Mow
willingly talkcs
of Cokt on Hia Deny for Unit
Ittgly heedlera
Street School.
must have suffered.
The young man waa landing log*
Some targe loads have been hauled mben the tackle broke and one sUck
by locaT taamateni during the past rolled onto bl* fooL. After the bones
few weeks but John Dmnforth thinks had been set^e drove back to camp
p handled one yeaterdv that asimed the proporUona of a young
FRANCIS MUNGER DEAD.
oontaJn.
Ite taaded 10.790 pounds of cok^
Paaaed Awa^ at^tha Asyiui
IS Traverse City Gak eompa
plant and haulod It to the Union street
Francis Munitr,
fo
•cbisil bouse mlihout mishap.
The plonwr farmer of Portland. ,»iusfh-o
stuff mas loaded In the deep snow and
th« hauling waa bad for a short dlalanco. Aa It takes Afty busheta of the •CR-leromls. Hnhad
hod iKvm in the Inst
stuff to make up a ton and the load tuiion paly a lAiort time.
amoumod to almoat Ave and one-half
ta>dy mils shipped lUI*
tons Us size can easily bo Imagined.
noon to Portland to the home oI
daughter. Mrs. Nellie Baldwin, w
the funeral will be held. The AndercomiMioy cared for

Mllig^MSlflAIL-

snow fell this m»H-k products.
omethlng
in
the
Kali p<)tk has advanct'.l a <K»llar and
Fvlly unuMial tor the
a half per luim-lV in the past thre«'
e hmiso family ha*
i the local dealers have
falKio Us fullest
falKlo
Ih. price but II I* likely
Bg in the wldie house
snow man. the h.mdlwork of Airhb- and Qm-ntln.-. and the —~
taiy* have hoad.xl small arinb* of
laughing and Khoutlng youngsters InU-J*"*
bailies with snow balb
lot. In the height of
WANTEO-Man for breoch manager
storm the president slipped away f
1ty**^*'*rt **^”‘“*" lu your h*cal
S«TX |C<‘
Bast BuffaJo.
through the tdlzrard for Sli.x-„ and lambo-in.noo: *I^ and
PS abmg tlu‘ banks Of the loww for lamlw; choice lamhs./^7.(Sff
cigar Co. Toledo. O.
her
capital
enjoyed
evient.

line t
The
tbe
Stan

Many Din
|ms.vlng of l
Gn.svenor
t.f Ohio is to Ih- I
---------.y nuralM r of dinu
and Dick mil

Yorkers, heavy and mlx«*d. |7.4S#i7.eO,
lV-tn>it. Feb. 9.~\Vheat—No 2
7kc:*corn. 474c; c«ts. 44c.
Chicago.
Feh.
9.—U*hejit—]
KOtje; corn. 4r.%c; oats 41c.
Toledo. O.. Feb.-9.—WlMWt-Cssh.
7Siic: com. 43^,6; oats. 41c.

hnxi^ after a long ser

LOCAL MARKETS.
Selling Price*.
CU-arback pork, js r bbl............ |19.30
Clearliack pork, per lb...*..,.
.u

In a notice calling the attenUon of
the G. A. R. to a meeting In Grace
church Tuesday evening It should
have read In Stemarf* academy.
Mrs. Packard of Randol|#l stre<.|.
mho has be«Mi ailing mlth the grip for
the past four weeks is very much Im­
proved.
rihtlics of Trax^M^e Bay hive. No 71.
and sir kolghta^ot TimverraTtajr tent.
No. 136. will give a party In their hall
next Monday night. All members and
their famines are Invited. The ladies
of the hive are eoch one requested to
bring something toward a pot luck

Mr?. H. J.
Vinton it
Clan*.
» J G. Timk r^\
In Lake Ann this i
spending a short time in
Mrs. T. F. Young m-mi
morning, where

t«j r,ciirnil Gn.svenirr on his retire

Short cut of ia.ik. per bbl.... 19.,»io
Ham. per Ib.....................................
.16
I.ard. per lb..
...13 14
Bacon, per Ib.

SUCKERS MUST BE SUCKERS.
ir. H.. U ft Co.*a Beat. bbl.

4.SO

TIu- pun- f.*Ml law which went into
efTr-ct Jan. 1st, i* going to have a ser
Ions cffcci iiism one of the ihrivlng
Industrie* of the great Uik*-*. For
years wholesale flsh dealers havt- Imx-iI
Wljcadiug. cleaning, and MUling tbe
ter. Mrs. R. Barhard,
common sucker, abotil the pooreKl
B.
R BeUentp went to Hatches
thing in tbe shapi- of an «llhle ft*h
Crossing this morning, calb-d there by
that Is caught, and by nu-an* of stenthe illness of his father.
Into "family whitecll conx'ertlng them into
The Rev. A. E. AVells of Holland A»h. " or "C-auada whlU-Ash.*' or Just CtleiT, large auika..........
mill conduct ilio Konlce* at Grace
plain "salt mhiteflsh. ' and lIiousamlH
all I
Episcoiial church tomorrow.
la.inclled
Suiiorxiaor Carter of the «r«t ward have”l,!!-«-n iu"ld to the nnsoVb tat leafed
^d IK all n
Id Supiinisor Bi-echam of Whit«people of the Inland towns
the counaler relunit*d last evening from the
try ah genuinE* mhlteA«h.
I'etlng of lilt* State Suihtxitorh’ as
1 has frequently demon- aoclatlon at Lan.slng.
llUies as a racer to the
this misbranding
their
E. O. Ijultl of Old Misslcm was in
e chaser or the l>oat the cllv lodav.
■'
Bing that where the suck
Com. per bo . ;......................................... W
1 as "whlteflsh". they are
R. R. Walter and G.*orge E Crisp

B™"r ,r,r "“•••

e she^win vl”r

nnder return to its; 17. Froui or call
CU. phone 313. Reward.
feb 9 If
REAL ESTATE—Flouring mill In a
K»wn «»f l .^UMt inhaldunts; capaclt.v
alKiut 60 Iwincl* per day; "Nordyk.’
pmce**:" Ji.2<K> worth of nsw ma
chlnery inaiallod the latter part of
taht yo.’ir;
mill In full opt‘railon
<*verj daj and enjoying a Ane hualne*a; frame and brick simeture:
price fk.iHHi: Incumbrance ll.ono;
will ,tr.nde cquliv for farm or city
pit»p« ity; what have you? Addrea*
McUeynold* Bro*.. 4 West Mulb«T>’
Mnvt. Kokomo, lod
feb 9m
WANTEO--2:.
to .V*
niapb IH-lnch wood;
yiuii |jric«W. S. I

For JatlL-o of the He«)rd«r> Court

..iseio

Pirate Is i
on the bax
The fti’biming pmgram was givi-n at St rated be
the Blmwoiid nvemH- Ivceum jxvitcrday aflemaon:
Chorus, eighth grade.
There mill l»e
went to Northporl sm business this
IV*lM.le. "RcHoIvcd. That the Ame.vices in the school
«l houra on Slate
lean Indian has l»een unjustly treated
stret»t tomorrow, 10:00 in the foreby the mhtte man;- afAnuitIre. May
1. 3 In the afternoon and 7 In the
Alward. Ina Hogan, l/emi Stanley:
ling... Subject in the afternoon
negstlve. GUnn Hobbs WIlL Fitch. Leo
l>e -l-'alth." Good singing and
Nelson.
Ic.
The attendance at the last
Bay* Caaxdy Eatara
Recitation. HIsle Beardsley.
* lieen large and very
Trio. Julia 8te|>anek. Maria Kovar.
If.vlng^ Meetings will conllnue
ue iall
Ralph IlmUHI.
A leading I»ndon doctor aiwert* that
employee* of candy factorlea andacal.
The^xsl skilling.on the luiy is
ing max factorir* arc Immune from
' the decision mas giver iracting many ymmg ixxiple today
consumption.
Aa brelth rraorta. be
>rdcr kdmitiing the will of 1
in fav.ir of t
Archer to Prolwile cou
urt wa*|- a, three fartorlre cannot l>e breten.
men and girls are mainly employed
• today by Judg
The leachera reading circle mrlll not ^
tndnsfries. and be point* to
Satiintay as the bwcher*' the fact that They are all strong, well
Miss Lulu Helfrrlck hai^ r
aitendahcc at the Inatllutc]
Hoped, plamp and rosy cheeked.
at Kingsley.
» the lAymlptan. the girts
t the city mlth friends.
An order determining the hHra
bencAtM by the sugar thry eat
rharte* E. Southwlck mas
lined to munch aa much
day.

SUGAR A HEALTH FOOD.

EErfriiir

as such, ti
a biral on«*. and-suckers will
to masquerade .-i* whlloAsh
labk-s of iKxipie In Inland tom
the .b-alers ,nre told plainly tl

Buying Prices.

::::: :S

Card of Thank*.
Butter .................................................22ff2S
re to extend our sincere
our friends and ne|ghta.rs
for the k
ing the di-ath of our
stator. Mrs. John D,«Ko*-ye

lem.*!|K-rng^ ^

WHITE
SALE
Just received a beautiful line of Ladies’

■‘C:

f |;: White waists
Ranging in price from

*

$1-25 to $6.00
'

r*elad avanr Bay.

prtcaa are mippllad by local daalare.

hU^work. both on and off

RCCCP-

Wm the MMt Clehorau Function
the HkelKy
the Local High
•cheol-Pritty OM^one.

^

le.4« for Uw

Mr. WHtc.

i Ttagedy at 8«L An Bril Day Hoodao.
IS, and a Oreal Revolntioo In Odcaaa.
11^ rare «

m

SOLE TURRED UPWIRD

VERT PLOSUT HFFMR WAS DOUBLE WEDDING

*^l'nder the law the minimum
fata ts .13 and
a
for aottd* 11

w»»

‘Btlan. boTwr. b r.parUdtote

! sopertorfiy of our piwworh win not have a
km
Ailed
anywhere

After a piano solo by Mioa Ruhr Gmy
son. Mrs. Bailey read her paper. *The ■
UAoenoe of Dramatic Art.** She be-]| WBasi
W by tradag the drama from lu be0ulag in early Greek histonr. to the
Iheaent day and showed what effect It

Mtm. MHM Poma eo.. m n»L

kL JUMIOMM NiOS
TIOW last f

UMjpo. hhD br w, nawlcta. «ho

can All it aa wen as the other
the Wcmmm m dnb and a larve nhmber
of BMObera a^gweau w«» present

to be a airtcUy reSued.

»gram win be tbe beat yeL

All subject to

u: White Sale Discount
Now i* the time to btiy Table Lioens,
Waistingi. Muslin, Underwear.
Etc.

I Iw WimELM

The John Gllli* Bmthcrh.Mxl will
skinned maidens into frrah complex
meet In the Bt
loned beautle*. Tbe angar eatere. the
evening at 7:3»
The dance which wa* to have been doctor declare*, are made proof against
held in the Wfwgne-Umg cfhb houae
last evening mill be hHd there Tnew
day evening.
The aame doctor says that If cbl
vltM. . .
were taught to eat loU of augar
would Iv* fewer consumptive* and de­
Fell an Sidewalk;generate* In the world. He prrecrU»e*
Mrm. LaFbrce of Detroit, who la
twenty lump* of augar a day to every
lUng friends In the city, sllppec
front of A. V. Friedrich's shoe store person.
In speaking of the sealing wax fi
this jifterooom and mistadned slW
itiriea She was taken home In a
torie*. he says the re*ln In tbe air
almitar In Ite atimntating effect to tbe
atmosphere of pine foreats. Tbe dost
partJHea of vermilRm coloring which
the enqrlqyee* inhale and mrhich Is a
rwTO was punish^ by having the Tlmletit poison has a good effect oo
Breh of hU hand sliced, tbe wonnd
Ailed with salt and the whole hand
Drill Press Mad* From a Via*.
sewed up In leather. It Is a common
An ottlinary bench vise with a small
belief that Hits punishment causes
mortlAcaflon to set in and thst tbs bdle in one of the jamw makes a very
good
drill press for small
lall work. The
bhod dsoimppsre. but such la not the
t one Jaw. and
ease, fir by (be time tbe leather weare
off tlM^haiid U beatod, tbe result being
tbsA the hv^ Is reodRfred oaelcas and
remsfos dosed forever. It is a ponlabm^ not often in use. but is aometln^ done In esses of murder or coasMht theft, as. without In any mray In
JmtMrtba baaltb of tbe man. II prerents Ills committing the crime a sec­
ond fuse or for the hundredth time,
ns
case may ba^ It ta a punishmeat that oumot be applied except by
I
the w^*a «rdee*.-Blackmrood a,Mag.

some iKxldlng Wlonglng to sn
roman who died in nn English
morkhouac the purchaser Touud a bng
containing jewelry and a note for
£.*ki0 deposited In a IJvenssiI lisnk
thlrty-Ave yeara sgn. The honest Ander
infurmed the wonuin’s relatix es in Car­
diff of the dta.-overy.

Amil F. Nerlinger
‘iTh^w^K-i on......

Candidate for Republican
Nomina|ion,
I will appreciate yttiir'Vote at tlie
Primarioe. Mardh 19lh. *

ireiaiag^mQiare^

fell:

I
We Beg to Announce
The arrival of th*

New Embroidoies
Many people bare b«n waiUng lor tbeae new tbiogf and
they are now ready lor yonr ioqieoUoa. Tbero ia no finer
ahowing to U found in tbe city. Everything in tbe
embroidery line ii ready for yonr invpectron.
Tbatonreeleotionoftbeto baantiful tbiogi will pleaae yoo,
wo are anro. Tboae who have loen tfaia ahowing
~ r ate kmd in their piauec of tbe great variety
and tbe epiendid valnea.
/

__

-nwict that new nurse come that X
engagW for little RegUwldr asked
Mr. 8Hle*.
-O: ye*,- replied Mrs. Stllea, -but
woaldnT da Bbe bad oothing hut wreadk or ga^ pita a^ Iqmi^al^
blue dresae* to wear, and blue la only ^Ua i^ba tamed by uatng a idoih
for girt liaMcm. Tlak s for boy.-—Tbe

ta^^o^^lSL*iirk*dr^ *****

-Vi-

vC

n

BUMS,

ona

RESULTS

. nmmuAKY n i«r.
FOR SALE

rrm-s:^,5rs.?S55 j|

■OB SALE—l«TS-yine now tan fwom

Itews ^ Iflithigan ]

baltltion. of Detroll.
KakAcdbocker. the l$-year-old
a«^^ aon of Roe Knlcbeihoeker.
‘Tneaday and BTard Bell the IS-year^ aon of
Mrs. David Jacobus. Ml their homca
ta Angttsu on Toesday and have nut
eSL phono m9.
JanSStf
The aata of aeaU for the fOurteenU
ofainee. ‘The oEloecs are O. C. MOFFATT—Ahatrsels of tIOa.
K U searching for tl
Mias Bdytbe I
. ..
tbu
large lot. Vomer Bo^ and F
of very eminent Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ko
year oEeraI a Dumber
nun
pri£ tl ,2dS.
Wada Bmn,
OB.EARLCTVLEW
be beard there for the first one of LanaUg s most i
BonthUabm aL CM. phone 12
Hebre^ycMj^r^t^^^TO
^

SiiSS

“pT* SSf

•'‘isjtfifci:'

BttSHESS CIRDS

ball.

ar^ML
Hotel Dermr to Harry J. Koehler of
Newark. S:J.
Funerals at Ann Aiiior are held
up. as even- rig in town has beei
atm first Mwa. BMl phawa MS2
gaged for Saturday and Monda
studenti who arc entcrialalng junior
hop gnesta.
At the Bl>>u theater at Ann Arbor. LESTER O. WELCH—Attorney at
Thursday night the
law. Collactioa work a apec
With Undarwood A Umk>r, Suther­
land block.
Jan »4f

with aelUas 1

FOB SALE—14S4-«lx rtMm . house,
new. modem realdcoce. Cans St.;
prtee
iLShO.
Wada Bma,
$17
^th Union St Clt phone 1219.
Jan 30-lf
FOB SALE—149S—Seven-room houae.
Cas* 8t. finished ta oak. sralnut
and cherry; fine, n^ house; price
$1,500.
Wade Bros.. ,$17 South
Unloo St. Clt phone 1219.

. Mp. or thi. many other wanU that
want biI. will do it for yon

Rfmemher,

THE EVENING PBX)RD

PtMches th£ Am/#_______

WANTED.
WAUrriO-Lant,. tr.l<Ja^ hnorn^ of
7«ar« aUadlag maaofac.
tarlas aUpla lUw at goui}* ta roa
ataac dallr aaa. waau good man in
maaa«a biaarh vtelcaaJe baainnu.
Salary fl JOB prr yaar aad all «
prowia. tm/abla mootlily; alao aatra
to mom than Ilia aaUry- AppUraol
maat fnraUh good rKarroce* and
fl,Bie r^. vtUch la aaUafarlorlly
aocurad
Addraaa Pmaldent, C"
Soalh Slxtb
8t Louli. Mo.

WANTEO-1>> buy horaas; watglit
from LddO to 1.600 Iba. If yoa hsva
any to aHI let me know. B J Morgan
feb $-tf

A. H Wood, for over $• years a wellknown clothing dealer in the firm of
Odar St: pHce fSM.
Wc«d. Crane A Wood; at Adrian, fell
80... Cj|o.^8C Wednewlay on some lee and fractured

FOB SALE—1SS4—nne home.
Tenth St.;
price I1.250.
Wade
Bros, 417 South Unic
phone 1219

«ofiw op,
np, whim
whim «
a
Bt ftUk i*x|Kinif< y

FOR SALE

worn BALE—180d—Modern rmdi
FOB SALE-St a reai-msblc-prtce.
Wear Tenth 8l ; atnam heal,
rcsuoranl. paying Investment ownrlmlrtc llrbu and icaa. Uundry in
baactttmt. Urae nlllc. cood .barn
e«t 11.000. lnra« lot. one of tho
connection. Address M. C, Record.
beat rvaldoocaa In U»« city, will Uke
t Fch. T.fk
free and clear city property value
of 11,000 as part payment; price
W.7M.
Wade
Bma.. |17
South
Union 81, CIU pbooa Ulf.

FOR RENT

80S SALE-146*-r7 aens two and,
ooi-balf mites city market; 1.000

Ion atreat. CIU. pbooa lilt.

FOR RENT—Furalshid
sll modem convealemm
Parker. 403 Stale.
BARN for rent

WANTED—Oaa thooiand bashals id
oorsISSar. OoUiBbU Transfer Co.
Jan. 16 tf.

FOB SAtE-Larre, eight-room bouae
onmer
Franklin
and
Webatci
alreets; atone baaement; furnace
beat, electric Ugbt. cUy water, aewci
connecllona. all in flratclaaa coodl
Uon. O. r. Murray.
fan |0-lmo

poat ofllne Traveraq City; aUty
acres Improved: all acres anl
for garden; good buUdlnga; lu. .»

IMwl^Wa^d^’^BSi:. «lf UalS
Btraat. CIU. phona lilt.
FOB SALE-ias-Modera elgbl
realdeocc. Sixth atreet. All convaoUiiee^ A good bam. clqw in.
PrtoafSSOO. Wada Bma, glT 8ootb
Oaioo atreet. CItIteoa Phona 1219.
JM. 4-tr.

any good colts to sell, write me,
giving poatoffica addrross. what
yon have to sell aad roasoa for selltag. Os »y retuni will either call
ns yos or writs yoa. Herman Hy-

FOR SALE

FOB 8ALt-14*7—Large, eight i

South Union pu

Ol phone 1219.

FOB tALC—All
klnda of
home
cow and chicken feed. T. C. Mllllai
C5o
Ian ll4f

l> horse posrer; In.perfect conSswjor.
Untd^r

FOB SALE—1691—25x165 fee. cOTMr
Of Ualon and Beveoth *tre»*t; twoauiry frame building; centrallr U>ssied: firsKlaa* burinea* torailun;

^B SALE-14$5-Oood new .avesroom hooaa. $tb *traet. ctaaa to

Ifi^yeai

.un.«|

ler Ihsn WMSiied Nl|t for
your hfister.

C. B. Taylor Coal Co.
ja.S«nt0B CEO. V.ScVETDT

MonwEaiicWErar
GBIERAL INSURANCE
■I wsw

wilMblm

bloom

Dr. W. J. Higgins
DENTIST

Porcelain Wprk
On floor «ilb UntineM OoilrgJ
S.rr..lM
Of

O. P. CARVER * B«0.

Tire
Insurance
L. L. A. BUILOINO

ft»r houn.'. Edsar.I
nearly MARK CRAWS OELIVEBV-UgW
Vn«msn of Baith C
nated
freight. parcaU aad tnanka. i
itoren to death. He '
The evening lamp
at etty Book Stoca.
J.ihn Dunn, at 8i. Ignacc. recentl
gan to act susplciauKly: the oil a«'
MBS. E. L. BONNErS hair fira
to boll in the howl, and the brass
BeUIng Jhe
parlora. over City Book Btora. 1

ic^nd ‘*Bef^ the
ground It expUaleil.
lamp tom
for the mrinla*nin»f
It was a <
tkm at ntat..o« February 21 and 22 Jibe famllv. hut the Inrldeui led Mr.
Membv* of the aaaoctatlan have lie«>ii' Ihimi to evolve a theoiy as
tavlted to bring their «iv«e and it Is causes so inanv at'cldents of
win I in the one smifr'inan'^* he'gVx'e'VhYs
lamp, he noilci-d that the chimney had
l»e ta ath
After a force of machinists ^
had nomn^m pushed


hoiim. 1
worked all
Wedne^dav uigbl. the mg an air draft: this draft niuM-d
Grand Rapids Hydraollc Co., was able i,H ro rise in the wlrk faster tbs
to start Its steam |»umiu5 Thursday, j oould lie conMimed, thus heating
and give some relief *o those suffering ’ „il m the bowl and generating a
from a m-ater famine <caused b- fire Whlrh
whlrh explodes at a certain temfiera
ture. In his lamp, he wy*. the oil wa,*
In the companyfs plant
of thr
Articles of Incorporallon
I
United State* Casualty Co. of Detroit, “’Mrs^John Croasrm. of Bay City.
capMsI $ir,i».o00. were filled with Insur
uhpe CommlssloiuT Bany Thursday.
The company hat, not complettNl lt>
It proposes to
taka ovar thi^
the United States Accident ssmKls-

Gengral Hews

DtS. J. 0. A MANY J.TtUHWjOOO
OSTEOFATHJO FHYSIClANSi
Ote Mfa
WMy • a

AMIL F. NERLINOEB, LAWYER
Money to loan. 212^tate Ba
building. Clilxcna phone 69$.

BEAL ESTATE AND LOANS-Omnd
Travaraa Land and Loan Go, PThurtaU. Manager. Offica. room 2

Order your

SOFT COAL
from

SABA T. CHASE* M. O^-Ottoa wltt
Dr. O. E. Cbaaa. Stata Bank I
Both pknaai. 225-2r. BaMdenca t$4
W.BUhthSL CIU. phona 7$1

I. O.

Ourns

Yanl ninl office Northern
Michigan thwk. j
Both phoiuw :itL

OB. F. MOLOSWOBTH—Special ab
tantloo to dUeaaaa of tha eye, aar.
noaa aad throat
Qlaaaas fittwd
Ovar Jobaaon drug atom.
Both

OB, E. B. MINOR—Offica ovar Amark
nan Drot Btora. SpacUl attenUos
to era. aar. noaa. and throat 01
fitted. Botbphonaa. Raaldanca 61$
Sixth* atroat

T. A. WILHELM
DKIWTI8-T

lohn R Santo

s a <x’dored man nAme<l AUrr d j a statute forbids the burial <
not only taken all the UkII^s In the city of Albany
He has
h
OR. W. C. MOON—Speclallsl-Genito.
ITerrd In (that Mate for the Dnanr*. it is said, wma instnimental I
0r>i and best cotton hut hia pnalitct having paamHl a *pwlal act |»ennlttlng
iirlnsiT. skin and blood dlsea^(
Jhas icrelviHl a hlw IrlhUin at the St. the Interment of his remains when he
sesrf.
years experience. Office City opera
Louis world s fair.
should die in the cathedral at Albany.
Morgan.
house block.
Phones-Ncw.
The plains for the handaom.- hulhilug Aft«T quite h struggle the good inttn
old 292. Residence, 710 Washington
which will contain the mkn. exhibit *m-c«H‘ded In getting his act puswed by
waa
his
at the Jaim^town exposition next sum the lawmakers hut what
astonishment
-and
chagrin
to
oh
Attention Q. A. R.
m<r were drawn by W 8.vdne.T llttaiMHlal ro(M*tlng <iT MrPliei^on man. a negro arrhllcct. who Msrtrti in
ler the usual verbiage ther<*
In learn the tmde of «h(s-l«tiglti at
wl. No. 1$. Is called to meet at head
ruse that ran something
Tuskegte and later Js'came an arrhl'
' do grant that Bishop iv
qoartrrii on Caas slnx-t on Tuesday
evening. Feb. 12. at 7 o’rIm*k for
• When do we go /n war with
we of ailcndlng In a Usly the Japan
Seert lary Taft wna naked h>
a friend as he entered the white house
Men s cluh of Gmet' church <«
Ki>eis-nlrk. the lH»gus army officer
to attend to a cabinet roerilng. -When
veiwary trf Llnctilh s birth. A fine pro­
she eariMx! i ucL a eommotlon In (lui
rrg to
gram has Irevn prepared. All soldiers piled the seervtarn wit ha
;h. -and many rr-eently. <-nniv^ of a calling—
that of cobbler—which has given the
tallcira Invited. Will
head­ I do notjcxpt'cl to ri*slgn
world some ver y great num. One au­
quarters promptly at 7:.‘»i and march
Thai.- old deuMK-ratlc trio chat led thority
HARRY B. HABNE
to the hall.
in the senate chamber the other alu-r
tnnar and action
F. D. Marvin. Com.
nrsin and attrarii-rl murh atumllon.
fheUon ffnaranteed
With KlmbaU
t.nds to
Allan F. UtUe. Adj.
feb 8 2t Thev were ex-Senalor Henry G. Davis
ntelieclual
^acnlIfoalc Hooaa. Otx. phona 164.
r*f West Virginia. 8< nator Pen us oi

“f**
•SCENES IN THE UNION DEPOT.” Alalwma and Senator Whyte of Maryland. They are j
it ate Sir Cloudeslcv Bhovel; Gifford MONEY TO LCAN-Na tax daoaa
©rand Opsr^ Houac,
gregaie agns belr
Francis Cfsaus
Ctmtls. who ha* Inherited the Terrible; Bloomfleld^uiher of the
pat in mortfiagaa. Hoosaa for aala
nrh of the wi
irnirh
wealth of the Baroness
inqnira of EL McNamara, ^k
If you have good level farmt.
tallM;
Admiral
Mynga:
urdett-Coulls. Is a man of llleraty
lInrdett-Coulls.
Plana holaL
mar
GfM.rge Fox. fountb r of the Society of
1 will buy them.
WISTERIA. No. 425. J O, O K will taste. He soon
John
KItto.
the
Hihllral
potiam iKxrks. o
rve a fifteen rr-nt supp«*r al Monta­
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE—C- O. Car
gue hall Saturday from 5 lu $.
line* of blank vera^ the other a vol­
iffica wltk
ume of <%ltlclsm« of the book of Job.
RECORD WANT ADS. I
fob 8 2t
phooaa.
O. P. Carvar A Bro.
eonoerning which Mr. Coutta has an
vtaw
*----------420 Waahington,
OiL phone 771

General Insurance

LOST-t>n

State strt«ei. I
Reward.
Return

Ifew Wilhelm Wlu.

Tnrcrke aty

FarmsJfSaie

I I have a 'number of good
'farms, all life way from 40 to
ARTHUR HOLLIDAY, M. IL-Phyti 1160 acrcs, foT sale, or if you
Ci.. Md SurMCL K.n,0TM to of- have any fiood property. I will
lake it in exchange and make
you easy terms. 1 can sell you
a good farm for less money
than you can buy it of any­
body else. 1 have farms
which are located from four
to 20 miles from Traverse
ff Id
City, all good improved land.

.r-r::Lricr.“..v'

JB.

H. HYMAN

^%?^yita*haUdto *7cstT

FOB SALE-WfO-Sevm-room Vu^?.
Urge UK. Lake avenue; ckise in
Price 11.100. Wade Bro*. 817 8
UnlOB .ireet
jan 266f

Apply 229 West
fob 641 •

ROOMS FOrVrSNT—Four Urge front
rooms Bf 233 E, l>>t^t St. for rent.
Inquire at Steinberg Bros.'
feb 5-lf

FOB •ALC-147»-IN»rty aero farm
quarter mlla oast of MaySedd: cood
new cement block bcniae; good bam.
price 11200. Wade Bros, ill U
atrm>t, CIU. pbooe lllO.
HOUSE FOB BENT-

-WANTED TO EUY-Good. blocky
nfita fhin osa to four yasra old.
They smat ha aouid. Jan 3rd I
Mats for Indiana and Ohio aad win
be gnae two woaka. try log to bring

a

From h chasp ooia thsl yrn
will from s ipotvl one. Wectu
not reoomrowwl anything N't -

’-'"“’SuMa

WANTED—Yon to nsa IDEAL spring
wheat Sour for broad. IDEAL Wendod Soar for broad and paxto ; be»t
ta the clly. Traverse CUy MmTng
Co.
feb 5tf

WANTED-Tonr opholstertng. furnltara repairing, chair oaolng and
farsltare packing, B. 11. Tanner. 316
Uakia At
^
Jan. I5lf

7a fanner of near j Oov. Warner has ap|»otetod C
furs of his nclgh-j Cross, of AUogan. circuit court
OB. F. A MAC NETT—Pracuca limitfor Allegan county.
.
ad to BTB, BAR. NOSE. THROAT
8. Ellmi veteran of the
and FrmNQ OP OLASSXS. (
and wHI-k own cltlren, dl«Ml
i02 WUhalm block. Cltlaaaa phtma
Vaasar. mted 68.
suBerweeks, James Hut
r hlH ankl
and the first carriage maker
ago by firtllng from the
.. kegun county, died Thursday.
of the Welsh Automobile works
Wedne*. ]a prominent Mason
With Grlnncll
aged 59
The Holland Merchante»
held Its first annual l»anquei
Hotel Holland Thunulay night
R W McDonald, of Flint
the writ of habeas corpus ta the case
sldrot of the Michigan 8Utc
of George B. Fox. a ^nvlcl In lonis ed prt sld
elation, and
reformatory, who clglracd that he|Ycterlnsr
nod. was cht»sen aecre
could not be returned to that InMltu | Black, of
Beattie,

FOB SALE—IdfS-flouse aM large
lot. Thirteenth Bt^'^|wrR^l;O00;
Wade Bros, $11
Although Battle Crwek has had sev |
pbohe 1219.
eral "amsllpox’* scares during the past,
few years. Mrs. Mary
Windsor. «
Falrrlew aveoue. an Immune and hmg
experienced with thf disease makes
p^ that though
Wade Bros, $17 South Union 81.
Jan 30-lf
Clt. phone 1219.

NOUSEKEEFEB wanled al once.
Sasisel Sawyer. Bitckkqr. Mlrh.
feb $41

WANTED-Wheat *r>e. rora. oatV
bosBf. hay and straw; hlibiwi cash
prtca paid. Traverse City MUItag
po
feb 5-tf

Owamatcml

chniMy

TOmpUra U Armory

Ch Union St.
>n lO-tf

. Out ytni »iriirrl to •ppmi yoor limo

Results

Hmy plaaw mwhrbody.

Chaa Dvm Co. Praak H. Maada.
ah drag atoew. 25c.

%2?

tlime ls fwmy!

talM'ibttke '

FOB SALE—1498-eix-moa house,
KilCbth 8t.:
price $1,200.
Wsde
Bros, $17 South Union St.
Cit
phone 1219
>na3<MX

Good Properly
ForSale

THE BEST we know bow to make
IDEAL PRODUCTB and we know
bow.
feb Mf
FOB SALE—1477-Larga atfbt room
bonne, comer of Casa and ISth 8U.
Urga lot.
atone foandation: aaay tei
tllOO. Wade Broa, tl7
CIU. pbo^e 1219.

FOB SALE—Stroet car feed, fine feed,
cow feed, pig feed, chicken feed,
wheat cora. oata. rye. buckwheat
haaaa. bran, mlddltaga. hay and
airaw. Traverae City MUIlng Co.
feb 5-lf

FOB SALE—14$$—Oaa buadmd aad
alxty acre farm 12 milea aoutb of
city: eeventy acrea Improved; saw

FOB SALE-14I7-WX rnosi hooaa.
Both gas and electric Ughu. Good
bare. Eac laws, clone ta. W’ashliigtoa
atrsiL Price $1600. Wada Bros
117 Eqsth Union St, CUlsess Phone
1219.
Jan. 66f

$rS».^*WaS
’ Bri,*TT7 £Sh
Union St. CU. phOM 121$.
FOB
SALE-1
Gaas atreet. m »w. seven mom; price
$1,500. Wade Bros. $17 Uabm 8L

FOB
SALE-Spring
wbent
Sour,
blended apflag and whstar Sour.
bam, wbola wbaat. rya and buck
wbaat Sour, gtaanlntnd maal. Trav.erae CUy MUUag Oo.
feb S-lf

top. extra tlraa. toola. etc. Would
consider good real estate. Addreaa
•‘Auto.*’ Becoed «fSc«.
ju MMf

$4M?'wJ5Jl2li,*»iT‘oS!Si

Tnclof U»J. woodil, 350x500
{Mi. High and dry. bonnled
by Wayne. Madiaoa aad Hill 8u.
aad Aabtoo Plaoe. Fiae location

Chas. Prochazka: Jr.

«n«. au. pkoo* UJ*.
FOB SALE—14

CR.DOCKERAY
CWodidato lornooiattioB

for

aty Treasurer

llro<l • f
l>een at
Christmoa. Last week he came doan
to attend a meeting of the*Metropoli
tan Opera house directors, but did not
go to bis liank. He apend* a good deal
of his time at bis dub playing bridge
aad taking life Idaurelj. Hia health
Is falriv good. He la rwpreaented at
his office by his SOB.
The Unlversltv of BerUn sent Dr

youths than oiJier roantries. Dr. Herr
compresses the resulU of seven
momhf stiMly In a book which has apfveared entiUed -The Modem Ameri­
can Reformatory System.”
The au­
thor concludes from hi* aide surve?
that the American refonnatorles could
hardly be snrpaaaed and be believes
^t the best feauras abould be adopt-1

OB. E. L. THIBOBY-^
UOD to dlsaaaaa of ch
rubbing lard over stain, then washing
609 8t^ Bank bldg.
with warm water and soap.
Coffee or chocolate spots must bo
sprinkled with borax and soaked ta
cold mater. Fruit stains may be
treated the same way.
Fbr paint stains the remedy Is to
mb mith a flannel cloth dipped ta TRAVERSE CITY LODGE, NO. 71. K.
benzine or turpentine.
of P, MS ovary Thnraday eren^
Ins. Naw Mnaaon block. & B. Wal
ler. C. C.
1907

LODGE NOTICES.

Constipation

per

Heavy Wool Hose
TRAVERSE CITY LODGE. Na 222. F.
A A. M, maau on Monday aranlaf
os or befora tha fall of tha moos,
at 7:20 p. m. Cari C. Langley. W.
M ; E.E. White. Mfcroury.
1907

:SsSiS
HANNAH St UY Um. CO.
: S. E WAIT & SONS.

/7,

...au,,

Ladle*’ Fleeced Hose,

*^*l5e^d«t"*urvlvor of the crew ofi
le consUtuttao. Moa^ D. W^r of,
ilem. Mass.. U-$7 rear* ol?^ He
served on ”Old Ironsides” when she
still carried bgr origlnsl battery of.
forty.four guna He aras bom ta Bo*-.

enlisted ta the aav;- sad after a abort'
i of aerrice oa a revenue cotter he
wan assigned to the Unked 8tatas fri­
gate OoosUtutlon. He retlrad ta 1$63
froai the saa aad golnff back to Salem

I*.

TRAVERSE CITY LEGION, No. 1$SNsttaaal Protactlva Legtas will
naac ta Woodman hall on tha third
Tnaaday of aaek month at 7:$« p. m.

TRAVERSE CITY LODGE. NO. E71.
K. O. T. M. M.
K. O. T. M. M. No. $71 meeU ovary
Fr^ay sight ta tht .Broach block. Mart
sa, Oosusandar: B. M. Frmnldta.
d Keeper; K. A. Kvasa. Ftaasea
IT.
.
m7

Handkerchief. 4 for
Fancy Whlta^ Aprons

1 Kcoiia TWAvtwe emr. incHieML t*TviiaAY. rcwiuARy x^tm.

Tbls Evening Recbrd*s tJp-to-Date Illustrated Feature

'MnWiHi
anilnuglitllsaclers

Mizzle theMorld^

W**—• i»twf«r a* It wltl ^pvmr.
•ho mxa alJip fr»m t'onrahacw. and tW
' ii> lad Jam ar^itatQtod la aartjr Itle.
be-

h-'had’bsi^
It IS'
boec. ‘ ab.ttty

*oa« la arhnne ci
Her awhilr thin jm^Uar rtVl
>«o to thrtr fr:riKl* aad at I

TIa Zai>^ia» nata^:i:^
thrlr
»o^ar|r<)gr jo( th<> ; j«cf of tlK»u«lit
ataCrar^. or ahat^'rrr U may br.
Uawm^ o,^ *b«n
Zaad«

la .ome particular tboiwht

I^1It‘VJl«ir* ****** ^ iu^rdS:

rf an?
kroar» hoa |«

r^tI7SSIIjer.\hIt ihry
naiUm.. .
tW

It oocurro.1 »« tw Wa^'thit

only «a

thr ihr^hold of thotr caioer; thet tar
••‘rr to come ft ib<T
ToTd

wW« srcat men that

fhit'iLvTcts

i« -cthior.ecnur i

hr %ould IroT

tisizn |»rr. beatdra »l\tn« ! iwi'lally w«nr!r:tL-t

could fiad Ip R sbffhAii dlt-tfunary.
•ho*«««l It to SUnrtd. «nd utmoet lavtaiuir lime 3Uw»r ur.Me the word on
a rUir
Mr lUrmraorth and hU
frlendr r.uiKJ not ut.der-tand how II
war d/»ne. and lbr> ,U n*»\ know to lhl«

Th^r at^*Tn?!iIId ) rhr'm^**zllil^ic*tjiil!!5^
• ecn bwnwrtald nnd^ «lloJ oLt
>u4iy t.> iMr w ir >. who war In an ad.inmc r.e.m wtr. „ ehe entered lime.
^mte «r. th.. fakir auemnded. Her

IIT

'"*'**^•^1**^ ***•

a:.r:. . .nujiemni
«»ark eycA r”i»7nr^7
touth and . hin. Still her fu’c i« kind•. .ind in. m.M-t f.v.jij.x.t . xi.rv-f.i..n in
She
n.id
ema

Zao. tc lo.»kel at
rib

they urw mrrrly entriteln.-m and
there l» no «ti< h« raft ale»ut their el

^^ir..ebcml...y..MAamy..cau.
ar*.
alhiph. Ihe
U ..f a kind
jwvf brforr nuide PubJi.. .V., one ha.
been able to rl»e « .wllonal .-aplana^ of It. an.| the inmnoliy ttuit liaa
h^atnke.1 th.- nux- thu« far I* w..rthy
.*f a title iofUer lli.ui any t.. he ohi.iln.
ed tv «»re au.xee.^ol trickery.
Alfred
I la rim worth
u h..
Ualird
Amerlra re< emj> us l.^.id N..rtlu llfr
and waa, wel.-..m.-l ex. rywh.-re, a- .my
..f Brltaln’a i levenwt men. lwll.-v..l ih;|t
he f .add #..lve the JSan. l« myabir,

that end he Inxlt.d the i.«ir n. his ..«re
nnd UuihUUJnwraullaii of havtne |.r«w.
ent.a atalf of keen intestlrators. . very

I

^7 atS^tl« ia“*^ed'TNcwK
and we may well make thla nn‘cx-S*.
►»oo for elud.riu* bla entire l»fe. ami

iUi,4ce uyd ,x.nvin..sl th. niSl.rr thej wtiiwe lire! we are to atudy.
(Ill liad much t.. Irnm'
i j
||f^
tMichen ixx n
The Zan. ic^ n,.,^.Rr i.> w v,r> rim-! |«aMm on faith. Noah lived In an ace

a arwrt doal about t dri atby. payrhom•:t> and triittur ..iher «roli mattrr». He Irbd all Sberr thle«r nn ihZaiiClrr, but th.y l.r-ualii only the
want, to know, you I ne« t dlr<«i:rujrtn.t ttllunr.
II. l<^
rut Mlie'airs. |r«unc madame in
tine frwturu of the’the t•^.rl..r auri>uiNlo^] by hlr ix-numai
frlendr Si «ad show ed Znn.dc • r*b ture
hancini; .«n tJi.- uall ..f a n»>m ureirhe.
;ind at that vr r> m< meat nuidarne. In
the mom l^cnfath. reld qublly. “It ir

IwdiUut
Ihe’JbVc
< .«nir‘.lete!y dooifooiMled. and hr uaa
i h-meM . nrtuch to aa> m. lie admitted
! lliul the Zm.lci. had eh«a
j of the u.mdrn. of leiepa
he had ever learned from
jLh»
AlthouchI th.- Zamli;* Imll from
they ere.^»ane>. by birth.
Zin.iJ
R hurt, In ro,.rnhacen about
f.*ny y.-an* aco.
< teen h
he mad* *'*’
up hl"'^” *"*
I ihinc «f the wxuld and I^SId "o7^a
tra.n,. rba.uer t.. Nrn^ Yorr After
j laiidlnc In Ame,ica he liwmiwd over a
; cotkI deal of the .^uniry and flmtlly
, ..biulned employment at V.*aupa*a. Wla.
j At that lime h.- had n..t dt».t.v,-iYxl that
| he «a* the p.«o.e-r..r .>f any unu..ual
talent. i»l!h..uch he u«a fond ..f atudy
, ami i^.«d . v. ryihinc he . ouM obtain
la.l. r to- w.ni eastward an.l even1 tuullv be. ame a a« ixan! In Uir houae
j of n f.-mlly Itx l.« at l*..t1. hesior. N Y
; In tin- h.mec-h.dd there was
I at the V>ame time a Ihinbh wottian
I n.»ineil A«ne« i'laussnn. who waa«

eturteter hod tbrtr wht>lo !
Tbe atudy or uimu
Hvoa Bod tbc IroBoaB to 1)C drawn from
Ibcio abookl bff DOat Intprfotlnf and
Inaplrinc. for-

I

Uiir exi.i.-^.d> by the neitv* aeere

ik» of artrp«>. admtu
t dad' lo be eallrtiien-

•loa. To be rt|.lk-lt, tlwSI two per-one
mppw lo be able to rea.1 eu» h ©there
mind laMamly and s^lth aUeoluir a< curacy. No mattet what are the «'«nditlam. no matter Mhnhrr «»r not th.y
•ra tocmher. or whet bet or not they
M^lrd In
*he ].r>K . NT pte a no

e«ate*ia« reb^ I*.
Br t^MX. e H. Donx.

llUixiauct^ ^

u*'i!^Sr*lj5rhJ
^ nri

•Thr?,

•mreebimi and uHerijr un«-«pialna
feats of a hat oar iranmtiantir c«o>
am 5neca aur*;. you limiw. t«> br mri.
traneterrm^ W. T Wrod. a ho Is

i-arrw

l^ia

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR

i^.:i

universal
determined to deatroy the
P«>nle of the world by a floixi. Hut
amid It all Nonh iireaerved bla faith
and rlclitcmenewi nnd with them
the favor of tJod. No man need lack
fqlth bc-auae
Uvea In an ape of

.n^ '
BtJd oot allow them to coo,
trol u«. This b. what Noah did. and
J, no j
uundy rewnrde.1 him
lie I..I.I

~

of eacniw. Noah did not
and. tl.ouch Uic
tut come for 120 year*, hla
no •‘Ifonc
slrunc that be lal
UInvihI
: SAM’S CHEa/ seal.
»“>
I. e. nl ..f Jl.. tSnt.-.i .^. ute.l nway on the ark. and when It did .«x.mo
i.M Jun. ro.
l.mne-j he eacaped. Faith In Ood la the
.. It,.- :,d..pit..n ..f the l»e.. e«wn!J«lI In B true life aud
and ahauli
ahauliitelr
.It............
life of Noah Ira.-iiea us a lea■.V7:,uni, I!:: ^ 2. Tbeure
fear. -Nonlh -move 1 wjfb fear...;im««ed. - jTho C
preiHirwl the ark.
Hod
u MUT-ud
c thirteen Mrt;-.. tMl. vxaya feared to dlaobey Him.
Arure. In ..nr mion a bun- < of fear U i

;:;:n:h.‘h;7.:-::z\

**.*•

n. .M.. “K nuMbus rnum- a.Hl over It.
h.:,.| a cK.ry bm.Wmc from Ihe
. |..uds. suiToumlinK fhiueei, Atnm on
the rev.-rar t. nn i.niini-hei |.yr.„nl.l
•1 iMancte aui round d bv 7 I? rx*

THE ZAKCIGS, WHO HATC PUZZLcD THE SlIE^mSTS

----

•» •"«"

• I**®*^’
““
oreremphsalaed. but today too llflle
empliaata la placed upon It. Tfie meny
of Ood la jflven the aupreme pine*.
i»m,-r._.ndyet
even ahouUl not- Im emphaalr.e.1

• mptis- <4;.kI h..s fivoivMi ,i„. under- »•
.merrlful lo nil who come to
tnkiMKj and • \.,vuh fn.i.. Se.-ul .i urn 0»H*l. bat to tboae who nepleet Him
in mxA oniec.r iMnfret itetween thes« “It la a fearful lliinc lo fall Into the
Ins. Hollo,., is the d.tr MlHVLXXVl. handa Of the ilvln* God." Nor na«l
we expect to eacape. The anpeli who
did not. The world In the day*
of Noah did noL We may well feor

GLIMPSES INTO UNIQUE FEATURES OF MODERN LIFE M

3. TIte life of Noah tearlnw ita n Iraaon on the forbearance of H«l. tJod
waited 120 year* even after Hla deH•lon to deatroy the world, ami a hat for
en-efit that man micht »»e dven every
opiK>rtunltT to rep^Jt and to eacaiK.
him? And

A CHINESE NEW YEAR’S PROCESSION.

I'i
Th* ChiDOM now rear bRttna on Jaa. 2L The day la a »reat feaUval In the
■Birr and ta celebrated wiIth many pacuUar obaerx-ances. The picture aliowa
procaaabm In which little «irla dreoaed a* idola are ixinied on r<4ca. Thaa*

THE GUDSTONE MENIORIAL AT HAWARDEN.

mikw
liRTSfel

who aometlmea occupy the polpit ;
Will probably enter tha- ah
Tlirfe boyi joined the
Chi
Endeavor aoclety when only
I old and hare bat rKwntlj
[ from the Inl
the Tooac Peoplea aodeCy. Alrondy
two Eadearorera from thla chtucli
hare becone mlalatara. amd two
aidei tbaae Uda are oa their way
fh the acbeoia la prvparatSoe fbr

the bet of carnuta. What a ma«n»*
record for a alacle aodetylChrtatUn Endeavor Vorldnnr^new m. Dcinlol’a library which haa rwcwnUy be»
been
J as a memorial to Mr. Oladatoa*. It U of t»4 aaadla ct aak. Tbla library esmUtaa the balk of tba

The baaMttfttl tnamorlal ahown in the picture is at Spai
^oat
mum,^ Klitmm. th. acoe of ih. rectalH earthouah*. Lord
1. •tloed an ImjHuqant .rtetoo
lu 1712. off tllU cxaal. He xxaa rafawd to
I waa erreted by the cdloaui cevemmetu.

Mme. TheroM Homhert, prtartpal In oi^ of th* moat harafared i
ewiodlea of the aoe. haa completed her term In Reanaa prtaon. to
waa aeatetkod la Audi^ Ifoa She atUl malntalaa that aha la tl

I be la loainc faith la

n« ivnuM aBom, nuvi

CITY. WCMWAN. SATOnOAV. Ft»»UAI«Y ». mt.

CUREPOl DRUIKEMCSS

ffmCE!
BalMU«a to tW
tbnaaaal doffarw axw to bw orwetfd In

oar rOlata tbta a|»t1aff. TV tjoinakip
TkoMM4s nf imoM vlKi renUy boMff aolMU the torraapfdrore of!
vast to a«li Uic
or
hrrr. rmlito tiMt tlM7 <moc da ao! baMloc cownctora wfco ffaalra to|
wlthoot .»4ical ha«». T« tbrr raa Biibait bMa for tW (PTrctkai of a
not afford ibo t«no or fM^ap* ibr comMM town kali and orkool koUd
tag Ikr vklck roatrarta wi^ ka let b«^
bHorrfVbniarT ISth. |1»T..Addrwaaalt
i

\
UMPIRES WiagESTOBEjNEW ZEALAND WRITER
BIG PUBS BEIBG UID
TELLS OF TROUT FISHING

Ray NVwlaaC
Towaahlp Clerk,
Trtwt Lakr. Mick.
Ba Wdrr of ikr tomiaklp board.
V
/
Ray Nrwland. arHt.
iwhra Orrlar 1. ward
So unUMU i P. M. rufktag. Snprniaor
iaa 3MJt
U ihla trraiiiirat tbai ta

! Orrlar thrrw b i
]ao pabUetty. aa tbr rwMly b aold
jby tbr badlag drugxbta In arariy

LOOKS ffUCCffWrULjl^^rhr'^mri^^Snr^W b

If:

tn ffOAT SHOW.

.

I Kr« 3>aUad U raj* I rfcana of tiOilOK. aHrara pnirldina tbt*
raar- ffali arr tl
apon. J. Toraarthmr. lira la ibo aurroundinita
ioeord Annual Event will ffc Attend-* **"‘^*‘ ratltlr. >y»u to a rednad «*f| WATCH OUT FOR THE
T
ELOPERS,
1 Ma
' and tW <
r ,af Ihr maiti
«d by Many Yachttinen—A *<lub
i
**' rSrrt j

Grand Ope
atirmctloiia:fafilr awtft
-era Houac.
with fall* and
r*
! pooU. a rWa
brn- and
Hipht" Win ffe Feature.
“ Omnr
oJar b
b In
In |wrt
|wd form..
form.. XV
Xo
t. aH.
V
IStb.
1.
,
__________
_____
.
*hrrr
■■H.-rt rrairdy. ; ab»o!utKT tantrlrM
Harr Mr bar appmacbr«I la maitaP
and odort.w*
odort*ws nilch
ailch cai
can U given m TT
BMmitruIr «ad aarrrM tW arYltjuiUa
FrL. ».-Prral4#ai ,
boat foiMl iH- drink [without
l^racor offl jfd «»»♦ ralBM rrti«l-|n Ihr Ukr.
abow which U to br hHd le < lcago.lkoowlrdgr: .XV ‘ '
Matrb ; to S win tr- of iman
In U»r
iNiiUttaK Tharadar
Im-Mboar who wi»
afirr a frar dar* a*r«r alUi Ihr artp.luad
in i prlar of rlihrr
U t1 a Uix. Rend
and araa In raofrfrnrr aiiJi Ifanacrr!
'Who » rrrr fra' yrara hark m»uW
Wa*.htnctoo. D
Clan Grimih of tbr Ntw York, and harrr aBrtrl|.ar«^ that. hrorBtiiK h, tirrrv; quit, tbr rrvrrr.- l,rlng only | ihr artloci of tbr rx.snttlvr commltt.Y.
and ronMiltatlon
J.* t'animioo of thr Waahloatoo.. Aionrallan riprtlinrr^ aaiont only
10 «br
,1^
orcanb.^ W.«atrm Powrr
tn tbrwntV.
rlurtn* tbr momlat
Among ««hrr . aftrr rmr*. of rK|r.n«4* and dlwip|iniin
xirinliy
____________I^^CurTVF.KfwII.
Boat aaMirtailoa In r. ndlag om larlta
ihtnca tbr talk larardto ibr »ub)rr* ! mmt la *nor«Hw*fnll> iranaportlng aai Hoard.
tlaaa to rtrry iKPWrr Imal rlub on tbr
rraimrm
b
Kt^PalJ^inranvi in «wi n«rt hm
•if rulr.
moB ora. tbr mtUI moir aarrr,rfal In
That
forai lak.w to attrnd li. flr»t annual
OHfflih U a moaibrr of tbr Amrt > tnMlartioo *4 tbr inra of Tnitta rldltr> ti%rr» I
cuijvrntion which will oerur on thr
St#ffi hr sw«'«
w |t M tbr jr-rplrx
paw A- ,. from
aaqaaga igva', tauaja^HA w lift sj diiT* aiwf mrti
Iran i^jtar ntlr^ rommlitir. and j ahmtld now
m. i with
opralng day of tbrldioa Thr a.^via
irtn .if bow iorir«*ri it roiitahU lknown t^d miH h ffrtiorntrd; iirTct
1*boma« r. Hoyra fbd pfraldrBt of
ikm which win hjcludw all cf -tbr:
i:autim<«'. ritib. Waataington. b rbair |
.^wrr bot cluli. <pf Ihr wr.it. i« alM* I
r U fut fflU
omnrt^fu,
dklr hv jul.ii.Min
j.d.n.M.n Iirug
IlTwr‘^1?^
rut fif
man 4if tbr rommliirr
Aa « rr«ult 1
ifrcHnc tbr atn
^ifrcHnc
atranKri.u-nia foi*
K f'n.nf *
«d the confab It b liHirtrd that onr!
and fuuade tm thr
>r ..,,mina n|tht. It
I.r»r riilr will b' liic«.rpDrBtrd Into tbr | tionl.lr tn Roton:a lake.
oukwoan rtver^ and Mi.-aniH
hai all.d tbr iK*wrr

Hunting
for
Trouble
cidr. which wUI pIraM. tbr fann morr .
' What .pt.rtamm at botnr will tiatnr J 7.calnnd. .i t. thrrefon , tbr
bont clut>*
cl^t.n \
III itdn in .me
will
On
any law that cyhiM br made, lijallv dndr»- t» Imtn b whKbn fn.n», Hon of one rnn h «n*nr.v Omit
Tvr Ut.hI in f'amonila
Ihr sixhV on Ihr . vrning .rf tl.r Sr*t .fa.
Hivtrurt nmplrr* to Indlcatr
H*brrman^ point of rlrw. a trip tot no Mnall dllllrulty of appnu
ir by la
a ft.brnn
Id Ihr ahow and will takr iiart
,«rt in ihr and am *illl hunting for ux.u
r«*D It »AtAl«K.
algna thrlr d«'cl»lonii oa ball*
balblSra
Zealand 1» traily worth wbllr. In find. gtxmiUR light tip TO
to Tur
th«- wain A , panidr. and hrailrd by tlir PowtT Ikiai wwy «.f buniB.I *..rr*. w**in
1 Nra Zrali
.
.. .
* Jodg. 4g J>t4sir I
■ ulng go
fcvn ; cdsr. ihr thrci- moM drt.^taldr »U-|5,h.,w i«nd. it will Man at m«h<- p mn cut*. »prwln*. iir a ca*r of |
lr*i plarr. a* to lakr-B«blng
and at
all will adtiiii that no matt<
atinrtlonK cont'Hvald
. Jobnaon Inimd. to ai^ that hU
which aionr i
thr^tjop dl.lri.1 and pnM.nJr lo ib« Burkim* Arnica Salvr w.mi quickly
imiiHnii war a ayairta of graturra to
ncM.i
* fltarlrs WalUT* ..f Allr
rnUrr iKink*
Iwnk*
niwt.i js. vrmh ‘
arr. unfa
* ora illy . thr Ira
niakr Hmt thrlr drclabm. on balU
if»*orahly
.11 i.-n fm lilgh. a *bow
,
tXi.
No
iiuBiing
1. to W ludd Thr llliaoi^ Moim

hu
in a wellwtockmi drn»r. iM^rt
y-cin-r
*‘rry-c<orrr**J
amt Ktrlkra wbrthrr thr rulr U pa»M>d
l>Ml club will
takr ,*an in ( I ,b ^ Wallrrw; It mr. * rTrry
i»i not. and It U pmluibiy ibai JUrry rlKu-.
- unu*Hall;
jnu*Hally num
ja hiUr with
Night and will in addition aK*i*t In <'»«arant*-r.i at 1lugi*w. iW
I'ulliam. prMidmt of thr National
With onr ricrpHon an ordlnan , curved thorn*, and. U
UMly.a
mI*.
dM*.rwilng .hr
^‘^“nuh ilnig
drTY.railnc
thr aM„.«y
ariiioiy n.lng
using i.!.
it!* own
U-agur. win da tbr aaiar
Homrvrr. fl«hrr lour nc^* no apcMaJ aklll; that i uII hrackrn. iougti.-r and
txilor* ExrtHhlng P..I.II* inward* tb.w lib Ihr now nila In tbr culr. timpln*. on.» rxcirtlon If. under errtain r«mdl rlou* than that at iK.air.
IdKgrwi klml ot « *.U'C*V for Ihr olli
In all bwgutNi wmiW havr U, make a Hon*, the *lnking rtf thr fly. wrhlch ] rhunc*. or iath«-r li would
. ,1 rwr rigl.i )
piarHrr .If klgaallng kbrlr d.'rUlon*
*honld t»r madebv thr Umg.-«d po*alhlr.|.lgu. Ihr ra*l t«-c«nii-* rmangird luj „H.l..r f*4il chib, of li„ ro'uiirv will
-t .-tlaiitly. Y*ui
I crawl *ir.Hlllv.
c
I'H.ldml Murphy of thr rub* 1. .n
.
..
...
ih.-aay on*- *>r ihr^r only inch bv mthl an,.,„i a a u*i.
rommcdo.v Fntuk j
tnrmlirr of Ihr NaHitnal l>*acur rulrn
thift can bi* only
^*full> twm. l.N- ^ngrr* ,WH it I*- drtachrd | s. w**3ward o| ihr Ro.K.m.l. HI \l .lidnt land, at
cmmlilrr. «ad favor* tbr propcair.l
.VOII^"—riilln.lrlidiii
j
Utten
beyond
thr
i*hcd by hatid-il wwing Ihr

jiKwii club ha^ wiiii. u .Manam i .\n b-r
rxcMUlonal I llr liauk* of ni*
! dtai’t think iDurh tinkering with .iraw Imrk* attcndaiii up:»n wading up | flaa from which thrj )rrk *ludlclo:i. j
SEVEN CENTS A BOTTLE.
fb * I*ir«rn|
'
rub** I* irqiilr**!’■ naid to Ihr .•lUiwa.rti.m In anything ^t.nrvri fi.-r* Ihr h.*ok.!
...
. ;*nd ninllar muilicatj.Mi> a..- lu ing rr
Nut SiiOt RowtatBral
Tlu-rr ar*- chrap tar pr* pxTaiionH
Mr. Mittphy, **btui.Hil* <inr to .-anblr calm wuirr. which bilng. lu* to tbrj
*1 have flMi.^! virgin tivrr* In Norih ►rl\« d fniin .dhrr club:, tiivii tiUtn*
nmre lni|*»rt.-iiii .|..*^Hon of rivrr fl»h Ainri lca and rnJo*»M th. h. I* il. r than hii*.- I*-, n M ilt to I*rr*:d III llooBiCVrl;. put lip iindrr naimt* alnilUr to War
oc-r* Whltr Who of Tar. ih.'H c*v*i
Ing.
,
lln Ne»w ZiaUind. alihiMigh thr yr*M.i
of IJIitiOo.. Mavor
"T*. tnoM |*.T*onv not the Iraat
Ihr ♦b-alrn* alM.ui *.-v*-n cvni* a Iku
Hiimir of rhlca^*.
II. and *»dd for iw.-niy flvr rriii!*, Th*
tbr rub- hook next *.immrt.
If* a
old kioit: y,.u vr l..-ar.l h. -Somrtl.lug
thi* ctmniry au.l in Kurop.
imie thing, which dtawn't rlfrcfth.
------ ---------♦♦♦>u*t a* gr**l - Don I Ik- f*K>b-d. ln*Ut
Hh* a:k«..wbdgrm.ni..
ivx-.^lvA-d
gamr ai all. and wi thrn- might to ImMannzicr AruN .M.n i* on.- fn.m ihr|t»u having Wai
m. oppcMmon to II "
.prr-wldrnt .-xpMKKluc hi* l*--i v.i*brr Tar.
H.r Ib-M
Tbr Bdvcicaitan i»f thr nrw rtilr InWillie SprackI.n It Backed by I
Jh„ ^bow
M
gau ytjuw agfi. but n*rrivrd il» grigiiera for Private Fight—They
And* iron I* CMII.ring «»n «-i*r:*
.«?iorr
i iM IraprtuH during tbr world * a«Ti. s
in Secret Last Summer.
iM^wiwui thr whilr Mit and ruli*
U
ItapiM'urd In that M*tlr* ituit Cnipinri vrland. F* b. Ji 4 Ib-iroi. parib< i*.r l*uit racY-« f*.i thr ^♦^ow and I. i*
Ibixlng aa a physical van* l*c or a> at*- willing to luick NVilU*- Sprackitn xnv pudwld*- ihat luo *.i ihr*-*- *it
OT.<Nighlin of il>r Amrtican licagtir,
Notice to the Taxpayert of the City of
whi I.**oinr hard.» *|kmi ii.-.*d* no ib
who alwa>w bn* mndr known til* dr
lo. II.***. for a maic-h against Frank ili*-m- crack
rn*r. bill Ihr .1. br.HalU.H> iMnk tha raCM-y *d Hraiol Kapld*
rlfclon* on »trik. » by a long *wrrp of
Traverae City:
Tr.i. W-ltir Tr...»» 1-il. 1 X . m. .nd
tbr tlehi arm. .lid not work iMdiind thr hi !.r irfonn* w.uilil tiiakr ihr *l*»i
mToir »t II iti|. m. hM PiTllm«»i t>«rlor rwr
in rirv*-hind. ;.t U*v jmi
for the collecth
»-l«rrrB Tr»*.-rw *-.t> aad *ir»Odl tUpiiU.
count/ laxet foi
Iliiiw la*i *umm*-r **n Ihr luinks of Hh-Jmumsl Thr Uouch
Kid.-i
l.v
o..
*
year
1S06 and for the dellni
Ib-iioli riv*-r for |:.*Mi a sbh*. and a'-'*.wn*-x:_and will »«K»n Ik- r<Tnipl«-i-*i
Idilla or Hirikts. w^K ^ marbei' that
though Caiwry had all Ihr iM-tlrr^uf will Ik- r. f«rt
f*rt long whh four |*^-l tchool and city taxea and at>mi
l‘iv*ldrni Puniam of tlir National
iK-iini and Is built on «-ntir«Mv n-w aeaameote for aaid year
have been
l.ratm« gavr aitrcUil InMnifHon. lo
draw drcl.lon ai th*- rnd of,thr (w-*m linr.
l-ItpiijiiHKl will, a toM. rvllaii.-.
JobnHt.mr to adopt a c.wtiim by which
ly MTond round.
high p<>w*-r riiclio. a n-wl.* lnx.ni.**i placed in my handt for collection.
Hif fan. ndUd trll w».,t hla^ullniu.
I will he in my office to receive aalil
Wor*| wa* *»-ni to Oanwy Thurs*lav *paik ct.ll .ihn.wiiig a sga:., BiMn'i
rvrning by wirr in r.-gard to ihr pr*r *-nouKh to p*nnrai.- a half Inch ..f tax*-* from now nniil F*-b. 2**. ijm
Thr ran* who wliur**.*! thr cbanij*rv.s*-d mulch and should it takr plar*- Idatr glam*. .ifWl a nrw prop -lleach wet-k day from 8 o'clttck to
bmahlp gaffiet fn)oy,d thr fun inon. ^ To rllmlnair tbr gauildlng Iratnn- II will iH- h.-bl in iulval*- lu Ihr Vi vlr.» lo pr»-v*-iu slipping end ch-.i
o-rtock tn the forenoon and from 1
. krrniy whrn lioth iimpinw «im*I g.w a* n.m-h «* p ishlbl.of Ihr wai*-i. • Tlo- R.righ Rbbn
o'clock to 4 o'ckTck In the aftemo
T*» *.» ontii.l thr drooluin at u U>\tiur* to makr plain thrlr drrielon*.
Kid Ur.v-k“wi.o U Lw in D.-iioit. iM- a *|*Tld*-tlly mii*rir ciafl aio
m l lag rxhlbliion that ihr cwily f.-aiuro!. hu* iw«i IniiMiiiaiii mm* li**s «»n i.u gu* .sing c*mirsi a* to li*
On all tute and county taxes paid
p
r«. [will l»r rllmlnaird and Ihr rntritiiln th.- nrar futun- On Frh. \i ii*- will
before January 10. the regular f
ivr I nirni Ih- Iicccpiablr to Ihr iM-lirr cla*^ mr*-t Kid Bl«ck at Hint. Mich., ah.f
one per tv-nt for collection will be
:lv- of iifilnm*
J*H‘ i'h»-rr> for a
charged
and on all taxet paid c
Idr iK-t Of I.IIN. In pruat*-.
draignat. I.y gr*t
afier January 10. there will
lie
W. Leaver Goes W.th Springfield. .
y.tlH*. whd thrlr dm
South lb-ad. Ind. Kri. s
WIlUam
charged a fee of four per cent for col.Old Klilk.-.* grr
l.^‘.•vrl. broihci of I*itcbrr Sainprl
T’enalty on dellnnuenl city
v*^Dvl^ I
’’'homoton of Baltimore Look Ircllon.
lA^vrr of l»itt*buiw. ha* *lgnrd to
and tchool taxes aod'ipeclal aiumsam*Kd:| *"8
Troubte-L.ttle Experience
pluv with III.- sptlngflrld C.-nirul I^ra h;7'*lg;;iflr;i” hV."VliH^
But L'>»» 0* Confidence,
mentt. 4 cents on each dollar of the
Kur tram I hi* y.-ar . lb
Ipg Yangri in a i wrntv ionnd lumi .at j
Ho^hf-n. Ind
-TimUI
amount of said tax.
Gray Road Un.formt
Lin.formt for the ^Hrcus|
Office In room S02 Bute Bank
^ Rtpiaea th.
iMllhJlDg.
inion-. is liHiking for inuibl*- with
Dated, Dec. 4. 1«16.
j who U Vimiy ing'yw
J. M. lirELI.YlAX’TKl^
fd* Frli S — Pbll Arnold
dec4tofeb 2f
City Treaturer.
chlnrry of tbr bwal lui*r
m* up l.rldil and .-ally

S’S-r&iKiusscs:

srl’! r.r;

,

The Grand Opera
MOUSE
One Solid Week
F'EB.IIs
THE NATIONAL

Motion Picture Co.

Z K.wmn4lh^Amm$mmi jS
PRICE: UmnrjMf H mV pmHm
^tVmkmmrn............ ..IMctS.
Matinee, Wednesday and Salurday.
Hear the beautiful illustrated
rOnRS
Rcinember, 10 r:», lo any seat
in the house..
Chanpe of programme every
night.
RECORD WANT ADt. PAY.

Boston Ferns
Phom* for i>ricrte, W© deliver.

FRANK M. PAINE

Antomob^ l^thcr

tobber

Storm

Coals

WITTE’S

Amos E. Bingham

GRAND RAPIDS I INDIANA R't

CliTd

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ir:;.;.?;:,

adiiul thing and I h«.rK- li‘ l^ fmilld In

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miMEETCARSEY

ID DEBRUTAUZE BOXING

TAXES

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^tr»rs,:!n::.rc.Tr.£; ss ss;

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M.& I.L TIME CARD

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Candidate for Republican
NominatioD for

City Treasurer.
Successful business man.
eral years Alderman from
Second ward.

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TOHAVENEWSUITS

v^rttLVoVr

Don’t FaU
to Httt-D.1 tbi-

iii.lmivi..

CENTRAL LEAGUE NOTES
j lack*
lai-s*

'

"arr-T hii* rndraTArrtI
lo pul tm HU* inaich
N* il claim, t
bantam HHr and Wal^ thrrairniHl
old fudrd blur uniform* which have claim thr talc nnlr**^ril drf. nd*
Nt-graiailon* atr iHMiding with N
hocn draggrd in thr din for a ctmUnii
and
If
Hal.faciorj
airangrnimta.
r
p. iform.tncr for two *
aid and l*r mad*' Mct'Wrav will aiiangr t
ig to lir atiickrd lu tbr

III
in

Good Money In Chickens

Thf4 Arnohl wrni on lA t«dl that he

If

Tlo- fadr.1 blur nnllortn> .*1 la*t yvnr
wrrr on thrlr la*i b^* during thr lat1n pan Id thr iM'i*on and afirr lo..king .nrr H.r hr*n An.old Imm.'.lU.i.dr
*.H'iltrd a aamjdr Umk ol nrw cUdh.
with Ihr ra*ull o! Ihr M-b^rlhm of thr
blur and thr gray.
It I* ju*i poaalld.' lhai nrw. horar
mlit* wrlll br purrhuM-d ihl* *raMm.
alihougb tbr wbitr nnlf«*nn*
Usi two rear* a
cMdlHoo. If nrw

PACE CRAZE AT IONIA

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J« *•*'*’**' ““ **>**
n n* «. I-I.!.
I
X'
*4K’“**r* *eoon«l wb*» iri***l lo mix
rloh
?

BH-ndatU
Good Car© for Tri^ty Show.
»
Andy Blach .4 Sirmhci* ha* as
Dav*-nport. b.wa. F*-b. *-T(.e Trl I plraii.ms to hand!*- the umpire’* Indl
liv Aihl.-Hc club ha* nmu*imc*-*l Itsjcamr In the tVniial league and hu*
for F*-b
a* lollou,:
Steve j w.iitrn to Pr«-*i.leni Carson applying
MilwauktwMrl-'arland of Chicago. flfie*m nmn
* Orginal Kid ” Fainter «iC Chicago ^
sus Jack Purtell of Kanra* Cliv.
the Wh.-ellni:
numil*. Frank Kraun-r **( Peoria j
reci-nily and while there ro.»l mteher
Young Mahnnev of Kaasaa City,
FasUey. who wji* dnift*«d from East
round*
ThBurtl* 0|tera Hou**-. *.
Uv.-rpool. h:a*Hey U HailsfleU w4ih
ing r.lkHi p«-ople. ha* Iwt-n aecnred
the tenii* off.-rtYl him and will prob
aldy send in hi* coniraci In a few
day*. While In Piu*burg Mr Irwin
Salem Track in Bankroptcy.
x«-ier. Ma*s . KHi. X —.V |*eiition of called on Borney DreyifiiB and the iwo
ilrtncy agaioM the New RngUnd *Uscui»e*i luiM hall matter*.

It

sail the early pallets make the
winter layers.

Will, a fSmi stepper 1* out th*-*.- day*. <;»«“•

dU- l

1 the ptoperiy I* i

How*o TMar
, .

Fo-t Wayne. FVb.
TVhat appear*
like the organitiiHon of a ‘' Fourth of
Joty ’ league U In progrea* with proamlng to a nmllxatym. The
> will comprise the majority
-va
of la*t year'a Intoi^Btate

I «»•«»• » '"> •

awarded the decl.i.m against his man

WalterAGEinr
iTpaige

CEDAR
Mra. .M,
llh. of T^Tven*. Cll.v, a
•M. M.'K*
M
few da>w last w*-*-k.
A v*-ry pl*-aKani surprise was giveq
Miss Ethel Cork. Wednestlay .-vening.i
WTien i.|KW retiring ftv.m a friend’s»
home, she found a numlK-t of her
yotiag mends awaiting
muslc.^ s
ly In
fresh
________
J. W'. Arne* si»eni Wednesday In*
Traverae Pliy In ON^ Iniereat of the
llrm \fy whlrb he I* emi>lQy**d.
f
Mr. and Mr*. Skiver received a visit |.
fnim her brother whose hofte 1* In
C*>dar Run.
Charle* Blllnian transacted buslnea*
In Traverse Cliy Wednesday.
j
Mr; and Mr*. Sullivan atiendod the
parly given at the home ot Mr. and
Mr* W. N. XVIson of Leland. Friday

Cit phoDi- 372

131 Cau St.

One Ton
ot

It i* no iroiibl*- to gel them wljcn you have one of th
Tb*^ are made of Ibe vi-o- IK.-SI .roaienal ihtoush ul. -The outside

o o K b:

Is fin!sh*»d like any piece of furnltur**—it has.an e* a large nursery
under the egg tray, with doul.U- glaas do*.r* and ch k .Irawor*. The
chick* can be taken out of the machine any tim
for Inspertlon
without disturbing the egg* that are hatching and
lihout Rubjectlng

is equal to

the egg* to any cold draft of air.

Oiunuileed to plvc 900a service,
aad to be sattsfactory la every
way, or year moaey back.

Two Tons
of

O O A L.
Coke is the idflBl fnel,
Ko (lust; no tmoke; vijry
little ashes.
We h«(e K-lucetl the price to

«••>“««• I'

IX )B 8.VLE ONLY BV

m*-rl> capuln of the hockey team,
fined 113 f*>r
ivii.-r at the

aoaked lo warm milk.
Fbr poraplratiOB mad
mmnaM M simahtna^^^
mpaiida «pa auMinw

Perfectly Simple
Simply Perfect

when ih*- n'f*-r*H

l‘7el

i-*lei>’ club, which la*i year built a
e race track ai Salem, ha* been fil-

nplfto linu
r« at thU

.-xiH-rirnc*-

cmtlilrnr

.

Chicago
AulomobUe Show
Feb. s to a

m>rt Way»o and Marion. Ind . Lima.
| Xaneaville. FYeemooL Bandoaky. New
1
FladMv. with po*mlbly Uter
anbaUtuUoiu for Fremoni and Findlay.

OIL DCUY-ERED at 2
tlio^l man. Cit. piMmr !

George Cams
East End Hardware

RECORD WANT ADt. PAY.

Traverse aty
Gas Co.

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