The Daily Eagle, July 29, 1907

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The Daily Eagle, July 29, 1907

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

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Sutherland, G. H. D. (1874-1931)

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1907-07-29

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THE DAltit EASEE.
HAYWOOD WEEPS OVE
Three Days More GOO OUESIS nOFms
Flilis

• infM tMvmtyr* «hm9fc UfM •
-•ta f

TRAVERSE CITY.

VOi* XV, XO. 4445.

FEEDEOR
THEIR LIVES

Only three days more to take advantaee
of oar July Clearance Sale
LONG

If you have Dot been in ou^; sEirc .ind seen the e.\tremely low prices we have been making this month
you had better come in between now and Wednesday
night, as the way furniture ami everything else is advancing you will never gel a cham c to buy at these
prices again:
Si* solid oak dining chair'.
with leather s<-al
A solid oak commoiie, to<nl
gloss hnish
S«)lid oak r eking V-hair. full
roll seat, |>olish finish

7.75
425
3.75

BEACH

HOTEL.

ONE

O

ON EAST SIDE *F N£W VORW
BURNED AT-WONOGHT

NO LOSS OF LIFE

ROINS sm

FIRE BROKE OUT ON THE FIRST CHARRED REMAINS UNEARTHED
BY POLICE ABE PAST ALL
FLOOR SHORTLY AFTER 5 A.
RECOGNITION
M. AND SPREAD RAPIDLY

Scanty Clothing—Lost all of Their
Per*onal

Effect*—Were

Taken

In

by Cotugerm.

hundred gueiti of the Long Baach h>
t*l, one Of the large** «ea*hore hotel*
on the Atlantic coast, had to flee for
their live* early thi* moming and the
building was. burned to

the

eand*.

There wa« no loss of life sc far a* re­
ported and only two persons were inThe guests lost all their clothes and
personal

effect*.

di>i

Th^y

only r»

your getting better vului

^ boritts At bsl4iuiu-d. but >

Dry Soft Wood
$1.50 per Load
COU. LAKE AVE. AND lOTH.

HBMT W im«ffil
LAO
ewUdlng

Burned to

Fir* Fighting

the

Qroond. a*

Facilltlea W.er*

Get a pair of our light
weight Canvas Shoes and
your corns wiK leave witboutmedicine.
Ask to see the Misses’
Comfort Low Shoes with
rubber heels.
T/leij (ire i,o! erpeit-'ir'i.

at $1,20a

Succeeds

Mrs.

T. A. PenhallegOn

Wood Sisters Busincaa. Which

dead, bringing t
dead up to 1
CBUBt'd laat night
crashing Into the ret
TRY AN EAGLE WAffT AO.

LOOK FOR THE

Trimble’s

Albus

For

TO-MORROW

TRIMBLE’S BAKERY
B21 UNION STREET.
BOTH PHONEB.

E B« M WAS
GRDTHEG OF
10 iSSIK Griims
WHO

AMERICAN
DRUG STORE

“There is just one place you can find



^

won’t

sell

anything

t li a t

is

‘shoddy.’ ’’
Ladies’Canvas Oxfords in ab colors,
and high and Inn heels.
^I

25

Canvas in plain toe, leather

Was sold Saturday.

65c

mm

ami

PRINCIPAL ACTORS IN THE TRIAL
GATHERED IN COURT ROOM
8 -O’CLOCK SUNDAY K M.

HARi IS FEARED

PATHETIC SCENE

L'EFT HOME TO SECURE A TENT
THE

TO GO CAMPING AND COM-

mEAL PRODUCTS find favor
wherever they go.
Onr Spring Patent nonr, Blend­
ed Spring and Winter. Pastry.
Qraham. Whole Wheat and Bye
floor. Oranxilated meal. Boree.
Cow and Poultry Feed are unequaled on the market
Ask
yonr groeer or esU op the

JUDGE.READ VERDICT

MS MFie IS M m
Uales* the Searching

Pa-ty

OIKRiUlEnB

Lo<

Him Before Night. Mr. Barber Will

ioverecr Gpeding Bay* That Mpywr,

Leave for Battle Creek to Help Un*

Adam*

ravel the Mystery Sunwundlng Hit
DIaappearanse.

Face the Jury, and Simpkins, Whan

You may forget the pr.ee you paid lor BEST FLOUR;
you willNEVER forged the quality of the goods baked
from It. You will find the resulta anpdrlor to any
produced by any other flour.

■IHIIMIIiUlfM.^E

and

Pettibena

Mum Mre

He 1* Apprehended.

Haywpod la free, having been aoWord was received today by E. F.
Barber, traffic manager of the Cltixaha qultted of complicity In th* mueSsr
Telephone company, that his 16-yaar- of former Governor
old brother Don, whoee home is in bei^.

Frank

StetMn-

Battle Creek, hae disappeared, and no
THE BIG TRIAL AT A GLANCE. •

On Tueaday, July 22. the lad made
arrangementa

to

go

camping

May »—Trial begun.

«Mth

aeeure a tent for the purpoaa.



June 9—Jury finally eemplatad •
at noon.

friends, and he left home In th*
moming ctatlng that he was going to

Each aide used all Its *

. peremptory

challangea,

and

24S •

That

that has been i
heard ef him.

■ aubmitting Its

The bo)’ did not return to the boape '
for bis camping outfit and lunch, bat '
much waa thought of this, as U *
supposed the boys with whom he *
to go were ready and he did aoi *
have time. After s few days had,*
passed, however, It was discovered *
with the camp- '
Ing parly, his chu
the night before he left saying that 1m- •
not going.
i ,
arch waa Immediately InaUtoi

direct

Flfty.one witnewet examlnad.
July

21—Defense

finlahad

P®*«<o"* o1 13 being takan In Ban •
Pr»ncieeo.
•‘‘‘'y 12-19—Prosecution Intro-•
'*“«'* “ witneaaea In r^uttal •
July 27^udge Wood dallvare <
charge and Jury retires.

Trial iaatad S3 dayik


ii

CoMwTa atatsar ldH>a,$$M0t{ «

m

led.

Inly 23-t6

Several Fires at Whitehall
OTT & HAHNER are Attributed to Firebugs
DAILY EAGLF WANT /

dry cleaners
AND DYERS

They Broke Out in \ arious Parts of the City at about
the Same Time-Robbery Is Thought to Have
Been the Motive

.N'uW mPK-V l"li lirtilNESh AT
(Special to the Dally E^gic )

125 CASS ST.
Goods Called For and Delivered.
Work Guaranteed
arizen* Phone ..............No. 335

Just In Season

PIFF RAFF POUF
It’s a "Peach”

Qaality is Remembered Long After the Price
is Forgotten"

PROSECUTION LISTENED IN

GLOOMY SILENCE WHILE THE

PLETEUY DISAPPEARED

-Woiild be toai>4- Ha WM a
$■«.
[ for'Oir fall trade with a fine new line, ot ggWt-^mruffihUT
BE everything baa been pretty well In perfect health. He had teen «&■' tolling Jtiry tba'ir aid* af
ployed by the Rapid Tranalt oonpany
cleaned out In the dosing sales.
fense 26,000 and th* stats tSOMO.
sod the W’estern Union company aa
boy, and also at the aanlBMae, Idaho. July 28.—After bMag
urium. and had'been night watch
Three sturgeon were recently
out
21 houra, the jury In tha Haywood
college.
caught In Lake Michigan
near
It, Is feared that ibe boy may have case, which was at first divided eight
Leland, with an aggregate weight
-me to harm, as he never failed to to four for acquittal, and ihmi aceinad
of 3(» pound*. They were landed
to two, flnaUr c
notify ble mother, who la an Invalid.
by Price Broe. of LHand *fUr a
lee be was delayed and- unable to to an agreement sborUy after the first
hard ttruggle. The fi»h were told
reach home at the expected time. He (aim streak* of the breaking flab bath
for the turn of $126. or 42 cenU i
day.
Shortly
before
8 o'clock the prin­
made his home with bU mother. Mrs.
pound. Many tturgeon are caught *
ti n. Barber, and sinter, lira. A B. cipal actor* in the trial gathered In
In theee water*, but the fl*h *elthe court room and the white envelope
Holcomb.
dom grow to *uch an enOrmoua
The family formerly resided In this handvd by the foreman to the judge
•m. a* they are about *lx feet
ty. Uie bi3y atleadlDg the Oak Park was turn eiicn and the verdict waa
long.
5Chi»il HJid he baa many friends here. read.
Th-.r inuved to BalUe Creek ;>l-out
It cainu as an electric thrlU to tha
four years ago.
lirlBuner, lo bl* counsel, to tha stto^
. Barber will leave for Uaiile m-ye for the state and to the aman
rning
heard ' gmup'of newspaper reporter* and
Creek
loolghl
If
nothing
l
lock.
It't a beauty apoL
I court otBcere'wbo had been sumbl* brother before that
d eeati and every convenience pro-

At the UlUc mlU

Irmne CHy MDIIat Ca.

Oxfords

BATTLE

uakegon,

July

. tory.

l*e al onr lonnlaln

WATTS
DRUG S'TORE

Prompt

eflorta

quenched the

2$_What *e«meO

damage remiltod.

>e an erganlxed eflen Sunday to

^cme time later fire waa dlaccv.r«l
at the residence of N. F. Stevenson, a

village of Whlteh* i

TBEIE IS SONEniHG DOING

Misses’ black Canvas in leather sole, cool
and comfortable and good wearing.
Children’s
Canvas.

IN

FROM SINCE JULY 22

bargains that are satisfactory, and
— that is at Friedrich’s—because they

LIVES

CREEK HAS NOT BEEN HEARD

Meager—Damage ErtlhiaUd

cast side. Thera
ground floor and

Baked Goods

^ TOMMY SAYS:

ROOF

OF M. A N. E. STATION

rooms were
Pierce, who has been
.n
I... ..... ..
I,, with Wood Sisters mllllDery for six
only very scanty clothing and escape.,
women and ^
Burcerds Mrs T. A. PenhalleThey fled to the beach and are being I'
t
bo has sold the buBiness to bei
..v.n r.r. of by cottagers.
the ^ was caused by
.ind rellrwl Saturday night.
explosion and la Oebeved to be
e tinder and,I an
'
The structure burned
I work of the UlacX Hand Bocleiy
I'irrc,. Is tlioroughly familiar
It was only a at
resideDt la Ibe ofll^borbood reports
e work and will do doubt meet
smouldering ruins.
It was • threewith the same aueceea that character
story structure, about 600 feet long, having Jieard i
izid
the
huBlDPSB under the old firm
and had a capacity of 1.100 pertona.
ime, which will now be dropped and
about. $300,000.
:he biiBlDcss will be conducted under
.Mrs. Pierce's name.
The same location will be retained
Id Miss Helen Pray, who baa been
with ^...^nhaJlagon tor aeveral

Go to

RAVERSE CITY MEG. CO.

FREIGHT CAUGHT IN

BOUND

trace of hie whereabouts can be fownd.

the first floor shortly after 5 o'elock-

Flames spread to rapidly In the wood.

oiir stare, alll

NORTH

RS. C. M. PIERCE
BOYS MILLINERY

Fi»e broke out on

who made haaty preparations to leave.

)i rurnshliiii' II iitircha&ci] a

FROM

(Special to the Dally Bbsgla.)
Neeeen City, July 23.—The M. £
C. depot at Nessen City burned at
There W>a an Eagleilon and FlamM o'clock today. A iipark from the oonb
Shot Upward In th« Old Weodwi bound freight caught In the roof and
Structure, Which Waa Plll*d With suned lh« blase which burned the
BWorta were
People, Many ef Whom Wer« In Biatlon lu the ground.
made to extlnguleh the fire, but aa the
Their Bed*.
faclIUles wery very meager, the at
lenilon of the crowd was floaUy
turned to the freight and express,
nigln svarcb of the rulBB of a slzptor) which was all removed. The damage
teiiemem si 22: rhrtitle strsei, whieb is estimated at $1400.
was bursod Eborily; ^ter midiilchL
Oil' police announce (hAl only 2D .rtrilimi of ibe aanu-s jiATe been fo*d.'
Tbe bodies of the
were found In
Bl] sorts of ueexpeeSM places. wber<'
they bad evidently Mvled to safely

Cali boyt and clerks called the gueats,

YOUR SUMMER OUTFIT

SPARK

OUCI iM SKCn INI

and Bell Boy» and They Left With

The Original Home Furnisher

SIX STORY TENMIENT 8UILOIWO

COAST, IS IN RUINS

LOSS BTIHinD IT 1300,000

J.W.SLATER

DEPOT AT HESSEN
AREFIH CITY BORNEO TODAY E.

THE LARGES^ ON ATLANTIC

iueiu Were Given Alarm by CterVe

Library Table, solid oak. j'oli'h finish, one we have
sold dozens of during our clearance sale. They all say
it is the lie.st thing they ever >aw at anywhere near
the price we are selling it at. Come in and see iC

MOS|DAT. 3UtT 29. 1807.

half mile away, a

eughly aroused the village i
suited *n a determined lu

' '
trouMo.

I

Th*

Morris heme later broka cut In flame*
and here th* loss amounted to about

firebugs.

$3,000.

Fire was flrtt dlaeove-rJ

It is thought flrebuga Intandad

drew Jackson building, ara

• to commit burglsrlee duHng the preg-

Nuder Cedar Co. and toe Roger* f

.

reas of the fet.

Funeral of Mrs. W A Wheeiock.
: mooed from beds, but lately iOogfaL
The funeral pf Ur> w. A wbeHock ' ''r from oflices where aleeples* waiting
,lgbu
woe held from U»e bouse yesterday |
Haywood Weep* at VerdlcL
afUrnooQ. the Rev. G E Ir-ckhm of-j
Tears came to .he eyes of the man
fidaung. The funeral wa* !o charge j ho during the day* of hla trial had
of Onderiaker CJancr The floral of i t with a stolid indlSerenoe wrlttsa
faring* were many anJ Cvautiful. am1'„Q t,is face. Al last (he ley armor
attendance mnet >■ "-v :hab filled! that be tmd thrown aboal hlmsaU with
the bouse, many bcir.c „L..ig«l to [the first day of jury aelecUon had
stand outside inierii'cu' wK i.laea: been pierced.
I HajTvood'a attorneys woE* fairly lifti ed from their seau and Judge Wood
Died at Aiyium Sunday.
made no effort to restrain th«m as
Hula Wlika, aged (3, died at the (hey aurround^ him to ahake hU
ksyluBi Sunday roornine *i 6 o'clock band and shout alood their oongntBof oonnnifitloc. The remains were laUona.
takan to her home lo Manistee for
(Contlnned on P$c> SIl)
L____. .1
bortol.
will be held toVW.W1. Tha
lua 'funeral
ion
aorrow mcmiDg
More and more people are oomlng

"issvsiSiSsr

AU TsflnM Hots
B»d «U$:
,B«Jors 76 Meta. Mra. Q. K Han*.
'sn^xMMrcC WoodetMara )«)y IH|

UK

Eagle

fer Duneing.
(Special to fte nait^. itogia >
p.'ine aty, July
The esvltvee
I ihe White «mia. locatod here,
joyed their eeeond annual pionlf Sat­
urday,
leaving
here
on
a 7 o'^dock
TELEPHONE*:
Billo Ofloo-Botfc Fboneo No.
twat Saturday -nursUag for a polal
CtrenUtof^-CIUMiii. 4SS.
several miles ten the vUlsge, where
Boportm-dOpiii. ^6. Iil6. m. picnic gieunda aia towd.
• to
rMW«»4,to.rofiar% w

M

This picnic has become an annual
feature with the flnjtoyee of the
CHJ White mills and now aome at the oth­
>lr JR«it-ACM. B. J. er milie have Jotoed. Tho «w«>aay
H*a»___ __
stands the entire expense, eve
Joooia-telor. U«__________
clesrlug up tbe grounds and have
O«o. Colamon. 31» North Blmwood
erectod a ainall ahanty fur oooking
purposes, etc. Sach employe is
S^TKth hVoM: J. W. Wea
tlUed to Uke bis enUre family, moth
b^mC^T** ■UwL For (he coBTenlence era, father and sweethearts. A dance
, vut hdi
ball le alBo there thia year and an
cbcaira was sent along to turalab i
all day. The band was another
COMtMQ EVENT*.
lesture. Bach one wore a neat badge
Joly 17. », M ond lO-OoL C. H.
The owners of the tannery here, not
moch. Ulatntod lecure ot trovel,
be outdone, have planned a free
eiciirsloQ to Beaver Island for
July
M>Uoe Quor- employes in the near future, which
tat c< NafihTlUa, Tana.
ilsee to be another pleossAt c
.AncMt 7—"Prlce.A{ Uooor." a
Gn^ OpecaifaraM.
Aunn ft—•iMooMhlonr'i Doushisr"
at the Orwd Opm U«ba
AuKWt »—"la Old Xenuckr" at (he
Crtod Q*eca Haoaa.
Aosust IE—Donoaly A UatflaJd l Rerrislns of C>r. James F, Csnavan
Taken to Ann Arbor Today.
MtoaUoli at the Onad Opera House..
A short funeral service was held at
the Northern Michigan asylum Sunday
A CLASH IN AUTHORITY.
atfcrtoon over the remains of Dr.
The railroad altuatlon In North Car. James F. Canavan. and a number ol
oUna. has reached a very grave and frU-nds of tbe deceased and Mrs. Canatrenuoua point which may reeult, ir
attended. also tbe Medical aasohas not already reached the poinu
I'laiiun of the City and the members
bringing into abarp conOJet the mi
ol the asylum boardter of slate rl^ts and the federal
Tbc Rev. Ur. Cocblln read passages
JurladlctJon. Governor Uienn is about from Scripture, offered prayer and
to call a special Besaion of the ieglS' made a few remarks. Mrs. L. F. Titus
lature to consider the situation.
sang two verses of "I.ead. Kindly
Judge Pritchard is appeaJlog to
l.lghl,"
deparuneet of Justice for a force of
Tins momlDg the funeral party con
United States deputy mansbala to
nl Mrs. L>r. JaiuOS,F Canavan,
force his orders,
James F. Canavan and Hiss Ag
That the prealdeot uederstaoda and
rnnavao. mother and sister of the
appreciates the gravity of the sKua divi ased, Mrs. A. W. Unnoy. a friend
tloD Is apparent from tus sending
Canavan's. Dr. K. S Rowley,
peacemaker from the department
superintendent of the asy
make Che attempt lo smooth things luin. and Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Chase of
over. He tailed In hU mlaalon. and It ih!» city, accompanied ilie remains
Is very doubtfttl that the admlnistrai
Arbor where services will
U<9 will uphold Judge Pritchard In
and Interment made.
Ms action of aommarlly setting aside
the >Awa and authority of the sti
Judge Pritchard's education and
prpcUce has been along the Unes ol
totporaUon.aJtoraey. He was attorney
Moving PlcUrea EnUrtalned the Big
tor thp BoBthem mllroad when be
Crowd.
KfOtnUd Jndge. aod Jf Mb mind \s
Moving pictures were shown at Ma­
ttaaed la Caror of the raUrusid oor- rios Island for the first Ume last
porat*i9(.ft Jsjiot the taalt ot Ms edn- nigbL Mr. Fletcher of the Theatonun'
iBW W*4« .ai«l praeuca. bad the machine In charge, and C. A.
'JWte* Pritchards acUon Bkelcher sang the Illustrated songs.
has aNcpd .the admlolstraUon In an
Much aimoyance was caused by the
embarrasrinsc sUosUon. It would e
light fusf? blowing out. which delayed
talnly be very deiicate business for the show There was a nice crowd in
the preMdent to back- up this summary aUendanc-. 19B taking passage, and
action of (he Jvdfte who has predph the eVeniug was Just cool enough
Uted a claab between the federal and be refreshing.
SUM asthorltlea of North Carolina.
One hundred and fifty two went c
1 the afternoon.
(OVIW ***"P«-

:sc?^*‘«!ar? fs

SHUT S»[ «ai SliHlf

s^WHinnKM suBity

In these days of filk about trans
fentai hatUeahips U> the PaclBc, for
tlfylng the western cossu. strength'
enlng the army. cDmes the state
mem that Secretary Taft will reoom
mend to ..congress at Its next session
to establlab an entirely new branch of
service which shall have charge ol
military transporlaUon aod displace
entirely the qnartermaateria divisions.
The gnartermaster has always
the arapegoat of the army, aod when­
ever there has been an extenalve
Bovemeat at troops It has
almost a necessary part of the per­
formance that «he guariennseter's dl
vtaios abeuld be held reapouilbje for
all the mishaps, delays and tallores
of the eipedlUon.
laie ogganlsaUon of a separate and
independant deparbnent of wnsportatlon whldi would have charge
clothing, equipage, horses, mules,
wagons, fo.-age, traaaporta. stationery,
. besides the re
illty tor the erection of build

Tbe kind of fruit toot Orchard pro­
duces appears to be all o< the forbid­
den kind. Indeed It lacks the merit
of being good to locA upon or pleaaant to the taale, It seemed, however,
to give the Jury the power to know
SOQd bmn evU.
It Is not t all aurprlalng that the
proeecouon XaUed to gather a erw of
elthpr Hay or Wood. nuiclf\leai a
blnatlpn of both, troD that Mad of an
On^ax*.
)

SffiiiiH n 31 ram
P.

caiiitH OF cnoisi on

STJUTHil
4NBfilBF

bring iMUwd Iw tiMir AlDNa.
Tbe mmiMpri dock hM Loan wind

/■my of our dtlsana took
A WaUawt.gteCM
'WBeoa.-Mef
A ttavaung doo(iw”-to keUaved^hp
«laUTet to ba»«
<he dktwef Wednesday And Tkmriay.
cattse etf the
Omt FtwocH,
The MatBLwUt ra mtocniAktofia
aged 7B. Weuneaday maNf
BeDalre Boaday, Jnly *8.
HsrBoc-WUh a
WIU JMCri, «C 8L Lwto. -Mo.,
let hole to her Adcrnm. Lo*b Or visiting W. tt U. Smta
Strangers are ftought Out by CottaQs
laakey, «ged t.
vteNm o^a shoot
D. T. wmgh, of maimttows.- w
Ranters aadiBearffInf Hetae
tog, Buppoeto to bd-Aoridentnl. da dy -to town on trastocAs Friday.
Keei»re,ast8«e»,M
tog. Tb«.gtr! >ss shot athlle playing
Revlsai -Mrvlcaa were Md^ln t
They Appear.
to her wwn -tMeryard by
Swedtah L.etbeM obwe* Friday
beys, wrhoton tu.ough.M erchart and night, toe toUowUg toMator. being
(Special U the OMr
preeent: Sev. Foaberg, of TraveiM
Charlevoix. July 29.—The rw«t
Readtng— i j i>«rculoals. contracted City; Rev. Benson, at Cadlllsc. and
season Is
booming very briskly
this season, ' e^iedally among the while be was j-erfonnlng an open- Rev. Tomgberg, of ruriin.
Uon^n aj>«ues:. resulted to the death
Mra. H. 8. AaserMn returned yes­
tranatent trade, with the ezeeptlaD
here of Dr. Bswumln O. StoOBg, for- terday from a (WO weeks' vtali In ChlCharlevoix. The crowds are not ne
merly coroner ci Uueea's county. New eaga
ly as great as In the pasL
At Beividere, near Charievolx. eiery York, and at oui iime a caadlilato for
COREMISH.
eotiage le*flHed, the Belvldere hotel major of Lo^ lelsnd CUy. He was
Copssnteb, July 29.—Mtaa Bide KtoIs full and the season has been an staying odto sriaiives' bwe.
Howell—The "lid has been damped dlg of Toledo Is visiting relatives and
sxceUMt one ao far. The Ian Is also
friends
here
this
week.
liberal)' palronlsed this year. Ohnr- down Ughtly to ihi» town and every
Mrs J. XtoPotnt and daughter Bthel
levolx teems to be the faTorito place salooB has been orderetlby the author­
ent to Peacock Monday for a
owing to its locMtoD oa'-blgb bluffs.
ities stricUy to refsTd the law. As a
All tbe regular cottages at We-gue- sesnlL the town is 3 desert after eJos- days' vialt wlto friends.
MiB^ Glads Rnae was ttotne tram
ton-sing are falrir well «led, as -well tog bo*s nod oil Sunday. All
Hriwr Bmday.
as tbe few eottagee at Reartag Brook machtoee have beon abrilshed. A
Charles CrUs returned to his home
Harbor Springs has a good auatbet culiar point Is that the saloonkeep..this year, as well as the Point.
don’t fDtod the "ltd. eaylng they eMy I Toledo.
Hiss Mtole LucSi ot Honor ta
Petoskey and Bay View tots year kept epen befuK l-ecauee their —“
guest of Miss Blanche Brimmer U
are rather desolate and some
peUtors dM.
poeltloD to know, claim there are only'
Booth Haven—r.itrons of the dty eek.
Judsoo
Kingsley of Traverse City
about half to two-thirds the ua«a! UgbUzig plant are n-jolclng at the Im­
number of poeple at these two plaees. proved service permliu-d by the tosui- visited friends to town last week.
J. W. FrsJdenburg and wile, who
In fact, renien of eotuges and • -- >n of a new Uni- ehafL The forhave heeo vislUug friends to Wash
small boarding houses are so c
. shaft was too weak to carry Uie
ingtoD BlBce last October, were gladly
for patronage that If they see a a
load Imposed optMi it by the large
welcomed back by tketr many Irtends
amount of summer burioeas and a new
one has Just been lusialled. For sev last Monday.
John Winters and wife ol Eknplre
oral months Uie city bas not attempt
aod Mrs- Kate LitUe of Honor were
ed to run its street lights, but these
guests ot Bd Brimmer and family Sun­
will be In use every cigbt from now
day.
Mrs. Horn and daughter Mabel c
hduskegon.—Rcsldvn’b of the
Toledo are vlslttog her parents. M
and and third warils uiet Friday night and Mrs. E. DeWltl.
to protest against the coostmeUon of
O. A. Cornell and wife and tw
tbe Spring street se«rr. There
daughters left Thursday for a rU
500 present at the meting. W, J. with relatives and trlends In Canada.
Turner and F. H. Clink were engaged
George FTallck and wile of Maple
rto search for legal flaw s which would Cliy called on bu parents here Wed­
eon BeaaigM I a HcM.
invalidate the action of tbe council nesday.
in tsrderlng the sewer built. There
The ladles of tbe Congregational
Sheriff Charles Johnson retaned
have been aereo or eicbi blocks al­
Aid society have just had a fine porch
ihU morning (tom Qadlllac, where he ready constructed The eewer If
and new steps put up at tbelr church,
went lo secure Frank Reldy. a follow­ plated will coal 27&.000
and os tbey are hustiere, look out for
er of the Hageabeck and Wallaee
Brttle Creek.—Tommy Rjan. tbe
! improvemenU soon.
shows, is ebargad with ateallng a bicy­
cle belongiDg to Frank O BecAer, the champion middle-weight of (he world,
a few years ago, made Inquiries
wheel dlaappearlng Friday.
FlgMIng Aprirwt EtapbantA
announced
his
determlnsHon
to
Chief of Police C. W. a«binn went
In s certaiti sem-e viepbuuts are
to Cadillac Satnrday, and While (here: come to Battle Creek with the Idea Med to battle by East Indian tr
located the man and the wheel. Two of opening up a ftrsi-elass saloon. «i- but tbey are only used as beasts of
wheels diaappeared while the ctocas derstanding, as he anld. that the city burden and draft for artUlery. but la
anctant: times and down to a eamparawas In the city, but only one has
tivriy -reeest period tbey wore Med to
been located. Tbe man Beldy
ft* east as flgbttog enimata and tan^t
jail awaiting examination.
toaw^r^Atos And^hAm K mtoi ^

HMEiBWIllUEn

MUKHMHTIN

AMUSeMCNTS
The Harvey Stock company cioead
their week's eugagemant at the
Saturday night with "Jerry, (he Con­
vict," a aliwy of the east n>e play
embodies all the teatores of the aoccesstul aniedy and . was weU h«w<ti«.i
by this veraatlle conpany. Jerry Wes­
ton as 'Weary WUUe" made a derided
bit with Ms nalqoe manner and ways.
Dorothy Enoyon. sl.(hongh not taUtit
as Binmg a part In the cast as
some of the other plays, had Ihe hoi
with her all the Ume.
V Possibly Uie hit
the-eveniag weae
the rtolln soles by Oscai
From the heaviest opera to the light­
est popular air this veraaUle
made a big bit. His rendition of "Bereciise" by Jocelyn was fanltJeet and
the 'Meislerwinger'' was played in
highly pleasing manner.
Mrs. Clark drew the lady's watch
Id S. C. Amphiett of t

SSI eSKOFTHF SEISfl

Ctnespeadenee

banm.
iras dto K
andAaah them Gown and aIhb toJ
-pie tofsutry under ritelr feet. We dad
them employed to this way from -ve«y
(SMly times, but It ta difflenK topotot
eat tbs Asect wvslnn no whito IMp
last appeared as engines ot war. There
K however, every probability that the
but rampelgu In wbirb they were regulariy used In this cepertty wws that of
tbe year laoi, in wUcli Ihe great Akbor tnbdued the ustive kingdoms
toe .Deccan and ewubJtsbed tbe Mo
hABunedin power iu India.

ELK RAPID*.
Bik Rapids, Jni} ;7.->Hts afcwH
nelffer enterteined the Young People's Borievy of !tbe FTeabyi—‘■ebureb last evening.
Israel and Abe Goldfarb left today
for Bnffaio and Niagara Ralls.
and Mrs Byhon Pfeiffer have
Hicks - Is he
reComed to (belt hhou la Oetrrii
Wtake—Oh. yev' He l» bIwbts giving
spending a two weeks' vacation bhnself aw«v—Romervllle .loanml.
with their many Elk Rapids friends
TRY AN -EAGLE WANT AD.
Mr. Louis Sears, of JoUeL Bl., Is risitlng his uncle, w A: H. Seere.
Mrs. fttber M Hwm. of Lanatog.
bsa reUned home After a plMsaci
vtalt spent with M™. O. W. Perry.
Mrs. J. B. Patsobs, of CaUtomla.
"A reaseoabls amount of fleas is
who bas been visiting Mrs. Walter
a good thing (or a dog. They
Banka, left for tiie souibeni part >
keep tom from Wooding on ibe
fact that he U a dog " '
the state tbe first part of the week.
A readonable amoaol of ice or­
lYie Misses toiatb Md aUiabeth
ders iaa good thing for Taylor
ZoeXler, of Saginaw, are visiting at
Aeept him out I'f temptation's
home of Mrs. Jenny Parka.
way. Boy of a busv man
1*188 Grace Corbett of Tran
Eolh'IWea.
Chy, Is visiting Mrs. Joseph Sutler
Tie C. B. Tcylor Coal Co.
ber«.
**ra. Prank Paaeoe ta vtalUag her
pamti, Mr. aod Mrs. Oregory,
Mancriqna,
tdln Leo Bewtnsn. of Bay aore. is
rtslttog her cousin. Miss Myrtle Bow-

WaMrSPUiESMEHTFUE

DAILY EAWjg WANT AO*-RAY.

OMtM* KNal ifM* By «• MEM 1
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CHARLEVOIX *EEM* TO
BIOOErr CROWD, WHILE RETOBKSV-M'DBaDMTC

Eilaboralc preparalJuDB are In prog■8S ic.d^v i..r ih<> annual picnic ot
the Cburoh .■! Christ, which lakes
place lomurroK i>n ibe beautiful shore
East Bay The pnigram for the
day's events
always full of iotereatlag things and this year will be no
exception to the rule.
The Bev. Thumas Feiiu Vllom, torer pastor of the . tmreh, will be pres
ent, having com.' lo the city for the
purpose, and witli ih- present pastor,
The Palace has a very ptoariito
the Rev. J. Allen Cahliy. will help ihree-uumber bill tor the fore part of
those who arc fiTiunau- enough to be the week. Feasibly the best number
able to attend ha>i' a good time.
Is "Motoring." which ta a riew of a
motor going through the ctonda The
comic Urn is the 'BurgUrie Sorpriae.a very laughable piece. "Arctic HuntJug ta another good attraction.
firelllckvllle and Singhtm Played
Tbe Tbeatornto has one l.OOO-foot
ftunday.
Dr, J, O. LACore returned Wednes­
« fine game of ball war played yea film entIUed "A Honeymoon at Niag­
terdsy on the urelllrkv-iie grounds be­ ara Falls." This ta one ri the best day from a business trip to Bmplrs.
Urs H. W. netnpson and scei Leon'
tween the Creillckvin.- and Bingham numbers yet shown by this p<H>alar
ere at Old Hissitm tbs first part
teams- The score wa* : lo 3 In favor house and will no doubt have a good
the week.
of Bingham. The Bindiam boys are
Wednesday ervantog while mder the
doing some fine plajiui,-, having lost
Ooe number bills seem to be rather .fiBence of liquor, J. Komtakl appro­
only one game so far :bls year.
the rule this week, as tbe Star Mao' priated a pair of tooes sad a psdr of
trefisers belonging to Bernle Banaa.
features a long bill entitled a ‘
noetM and sanlecoed to tba
of a StraU." lUa It a mtaatol
cocaty Jail for lUcty days
her which has been enjoying a
The Chaa. Neff was sX tbe Into Go's,
xage aroasd the clreiUL
AimiaKtB Incident at the circus Pr
dock
Wednesday
with ore. TTsta ta the
day Night
last trip mtifl tan.
A rather amusing Incident occurred
a Alpere has bangbt the Wagler
t the clraiia Friday night, when a
bGoae on Ottaara •treat now ecniMd
woman with two Urge plumes on her
hat «ot too close to a gas >-i and had
both of them badly burned The bat ttw Arst puMle street drikaer to New
was a rather ezpcaalve one, but tbe r«ik to laai He was Lnar«M Van
Cayde Oole of
ratit^-'
owner TBlher IndUEeiwiUy snatched It Aar Bpeigte. a bakw- ma 4a«
ed brine after helping to move the
from her head and made a laughing maaried BIp Vae Crim. wb» aMar
Towert A Oele rtoek to Its new hocim.-’
remark abont It that made consider- became governor of New York, a
Hew oetBMt walks hare been eom^J
(smsement for the crowd which IwtiBtioa of tbe dameoecy at
day.
plated on RtTer.gtresixmt ftom tti*
saw the occorrenoe.
town toiH. end on Ottowa-toreet Croat
G. W. Peirrs hone to Ar^bolA resV
wise (non Aaace. Another ta be^ ^nOt Nov
^IU«'^U^d a
«Q>ects fntore things, but does
tbe'Fvtai iwnetoii mau (to .TnrerM.
peed upon them, and In tbe me
enjoys tbs
pest iwith AKfbt, bto IDs UN
tbe
Salve eared a
fool iss wboOp carried eo to tbe fa
vMch 1 had a
■ THaraateed to ~N?lcunis.

W. Wlleen Etitertoined (
House OffiolBls and Clerics.
Beghrtar of Deeds F. W. Wilson
prove# Umaalf sm admlnfcie host yestorday when he entsutsfned the oourt
tmm oedsOs and desks at a bMfatoek dinner at hM pretty »niT.m«c
cottage CM alia north of Blrdiwood.
Dinner was twred to about U peo­
ple u
in the aftomodi. alter
: «Meb-tiM
fond timamk ta
naali«gM»i|ia.snpian»dnJoi«as MBDnc On.
f -, • la«D*h fiAU »vtke Mr. HO* ——

.mot M .ATiBtw, after having
-tM • T«yr deU|Uft)l

smsL

iPLtiBmit'Mi

On U Mm, FiS to gsA It’s ql
er and cleaner thoa ^ood. AI|
neetioos Dm sow. TrsTene Otty Ooa
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KIGS

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OvMcesare
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Tbe Best
5c Qg*r
ever maae in the city.
WtU be aold by »U firei-

^toe.Smlani.

Itow^sfte Time ami
#ere1slle4)|9emy
Do YOG want • home, tree Iron aoiae, frt» from
the annoTMoe of oUier*, wtth pore, freeh *ir and
water; where you cm
»» ^ oomfortB of » coun­
try home with
neofby ptetoeurer* of dty life?
If 80, now is tbe timetood here t* the opportunity.
I Btill have fifty acres that T now offer for sale at
prices ranging fro:ii one buodied to five hundred dol­
lar* per acre and in lots ranging from city lota to five
or any other number of acre* as may be desired.
My terms are as follows; Ten per cent of purchase
price down n nd ten per oentevery twelve months with
seven per cent interest annually on unpaid balance.
These offerings include farm, garden and frutt
land, with desirable building *nd city lots almost it
the city limits, and.ia within the ability of any ener­
getic, industrious person to buyI>6t me show you this property.

E. S. F»patt.

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EXFEISESOF SPORTS
«IE ENORMOUS
OREAT $UM« OP MONEV EQUAL
TO CARSE FORTUNES. ARE
. SPENT ANNUACLY.

MNRtSEIPElRnE SPORT
* rscenUy gathered. U
voolS Appear ^at the expeoaes
tendlM eporta ot all Idpds Id tJ
conotry are e&OR&oua. Every ba
ball or. football same, every rowing
aalllDg race, and every other game of
phyalcal achievement
.
outlay of 8UDB which totalled would
80 a long way toward paying the na­
tional debL
WlDDlng baseball .teams. raeJug
sublee and (ootball elevens are great
noney getters, but there are other
branches ol sport where It's
A-getn' OH and nothin' cornin' in."
t Costly
U is not the professional sports that
«o«t. The colleges si>eod thuusunds
of dollars each year . In order ihsi
some chosen rival may be downed
footbnll. baseball or on the water The
early games of ibe season arc really
for'the purpose of getting the meu it
' trim for the Boai struggle, such as ih<
Tale-Harvard football game, tlxPrlnceton-Yale meellng on the dia
mond or the Intercollegiate regatta ai
PougHheepsie, and each of these pre
Itmlnary workouts adds to Ibe list oc
I side of the ledger. There Is
,,
e. but only rarely
these rplvms baUpbe the
pease. The b)g aUiletrc clubs,
such as the No* York Athletic club
and the Irish-Amerlcan Athletic cluh.
which malauln staffs of umateur ath­
letes. providing athletic
ground!.
(TPlolng Ubies and table's for the men,
brisg VP the sum of moneys expended
vpon athletics.
For the iDlcrccllegiste rsgwta W
ths Hudson alone the cost of tendlni
three vrews. Varsity and freshmn
elghta and
together with
the avbstltotes and boat fceepeE. »va|p
ages abont ti.000 for the crews ow­
ing from the coileiee near by.. In.tte

case of a «■'«* oomlng fiem a long
distance the coot Is correopoodlngly
greater, and tbla but an Item In tba
yearly expeoia tor the dopartnont of
athletics.
Coaches Reooivs >S,000~Thsn Eome.
The average annoa] cost of mainte­
nance 18 ll*,000. of which too prind
pal iiecus are coaching. oqnlpmenL
training table and tranaporUtlon. A
minimum estimate of a ooacbes salary
Is
eltbon^ this varlss.
eauipnicnt means coaching laonches
and new shells, and as several
shells are bought each year It entalla
consitirrable ontlay, which Is nowhere
nearly met by the male of
shells -The returns from thfs sport
an- small. As an example, the report
of the graduau treasurer of athleUcs
at Harvard shows receipU of the Unlvorsiiy boat club as nearly $3,000,
aliereas the expenditures
,o $U56e.5l. And so It runs Is all
[lie "rowing eollogea.*
for football and baseball, there
s Qrsi of all tbe expense of securing
f a proper field to be

corapipted. will represent sn outi.iy of ft$.ooe. Syracuse bas
iiieDse lUdium nearly floisbed. and
Hie other big colleges' have th«|r
Helds and stadiums which must bs
kept In cdudlUon year In and year
raa’cbtng Id these sporU. as In
ning, is tbe next largest entry, and
there Arp generally the services of
least four eoanbes and tmlncrs to
paid dUfiDg the abort season trun
September to November for football
and from February to June tor base­
ball. Tbe receipts from the football
games are. as a general thing, the big­
gest flgeres from the receipts,
$1,000,000 annually would not pay the
expenses enUlled by the stbletlc
Bports of the United States.
Long Live ths KIngl
Is the^ popular cry tbrougbout Bnropean Munlrles: while in Amertol,
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of Throat and Luug Remedies!" of
wblcb Mrs. Jul)s Ryder -Paine, Tmro.
Usae.. aayu: I'Tt never falls to give
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tobablfaiis^ t{rs

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UUlnr, tobiiaoD Drug do. and.i
_ Walt * Sosa, drngglal
|i.0d. Trtal MtUn (ran.

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atSaaUle le gtlil present lu the
, „
atUetlc toUowers, la phtod to help
Plaw and Roe® c*Ty poteta In srelght
eveiUs. Hull wUI be looked to win the
bl^ pump. His llSht of $ fML
Inches indoor is considered cme of the
made tn the
evmu Lnnaga. who vaulted U feH
4 inches In the Stnndard-Unlvmnlty et
Calltomla meeL, «IU eotor tkr'^cdice
TWELVE WILL
COMPETE
vunIL and Kelly Is to ran the mile tn
•PORTS AT JAMESTOWN
both Junior and senior «veBta. SnedEXPOSITION.
i^'i parUctpsiion at Jamestown Is
somewhat doubtful
Oehrardt li considered a show with
many of the esetern aprinteid after
hlB work on the cinder path the last
Rose and Plaw Held World's Records two months. He ru the hundred at
and It Is Said Both Are In COftSestUe in 9 4-B. defeaUn^ the taateet
dlflen to Duplicate
and roochJierslded aprlntort of “
Former Feats.
Northwest with the gieateei ease.
July 4 Oerhardt enprlsed all by taking
San Francisco, July 29.—Callforala into camp the alosl^y fnedlgar. A
will send twelve sterling athletes
few minutes Uter be left, evpry one
compete In the sports at (he Jam
standing In the 28»yard dash.
town BxpoalUoft. They are 9barl|e
Parsona and P. C. Oehrardt, sprinter*;
Andrew Glaraer, middle distance run­
ner; Herbert CbMk and Billy Powaii,
hurdlers; AI Praw, Ralpb Rose and
Riders Meet There Next
William Gilmore, wel^t throwers;
)
Wisely
Cbannlng Hall. Jumper; Fred Lanaaty. N. 4-. July tl.-The
gan. pole vaulter; Raleigh Kelly, dls- AUaiKIs./aty.
tanee runner, and OUle Snedlgar, all- tomobUe carnival which will be held
here during the week of August B,
around man.
promises to be one of the best held In
'Tbeso twelve athletes wlH oomprlpe
the Olympic club tracK team. William years.
The carnival W(l) beglo w|th g (wpF. Humphrey, temfurary chairman of
the Olympic club and a
biver of day race meet ou tbs traek op Monday
outdoor athleUcs. Is at the head at the and Tuesday, there will be a floral pa­
movement to have San Fienclseo and rade on Wedueedsy, and on Thursday.
Friday and Saturday an Automobile
the winged "O"
show on the new Young's pier.
world's ci
$1,000 In Prixes Up.
Parsons won In the national cham­
With all the fastost road rider^ Iq
pionships of Ameries two years ago
at Portland anif could sprely dupli­ the country striv^pg fof t^fi $$.606
worth
of
Pflxes otered. It U expected
cate hlE feat '
In tbe 440 and 880-yard runs Glar- that the record of 1:08:30 1-5 tor 26
ner bas never been beaten on this miles will be broken In the Industrial
coast, and Is confident that with ear­ handicap on August 9. To stimulate
nest training be can do the half mile tbe Interest DIeges A Clust have of­
under 1:85 and the quarter close-no fered a gold medal to the rider mak
log the fastest time. It the record la
49 seconds.
Check is considered the fastest low broken. ' One of.the latest entries Is
hurdler In America today, and easily that of Frederick H. Hannon, Putney
Athletic club, London, the amateur
beat Smitbeon In that event on
Fourth of July. Smithson bimseU Is champion road rider of Great Britain.

WESTERII ATHLETES
ARE COMHIG EAST
nEYnUIFiEREIIIIIIS

iiuint cnfl Mn cumin

no second rater. He won the Inter­
collegiate chHnplonshlp of America,
cqaalllng the world's record of
1-6hcld by Kraenzleln.
Powell w'Ken in form can take cwd
of himself In any company. A tew
ypars ago when the University .sa
California track team wenf east, powell was a member and beaf all the
bMt hardlerg of Amerina.
Pair HMg Worid'f ReendA
the BealdphniE glasL

nc Ran N uiiii w
Qans and Battling Nelabn Beeked at
Ram, Nsv.
Ban Franslsea—peno- Nev.,
have a big fl^t pn Labor Qw, Mfr
tomber f, betwee* a«as and'Battling
Kelioit-'' Jln May, a gpcHting man of
Nevada,
in this dty Ud nwt NM;arai<a muwiu^pa Jb» Pvm 4e tsBi

OIL Iv fWMVni;

NOTICBS

citr AmM, «o. W. r O.
SA4 oCvs ths men a ftt/MK) p
-«*-■ «"«. u- Mr Ul. IW
ippav than, with a
DR. a w. oAUNiurr
antoe that they vll! 80t O* oota.
New Bertak Week. .«DMlM attention
Nelson's manager rwfueed to Co
to tte dvn nM ew. QHeSm •asE
on his stand In regard to the
the men
JHLBtMMVtNRTH
tng.. He wants US pounds ttoadd
with fighting togs on. while 0«
anu US pounds rlnsMde, stripped.
Finally Gena oSered to aUde by ^qwadTtwTssBsu)d^WB.igg.io.
what the revised London prUe rtoff
ndee said on the subJeeL 'hnd to this
SnrMT.
MM,
DS. T. A. WILH&II
Neleoa's manager agfeed. Tk>day It
wrtUL City Opwe Nenee Mo*
found the prise ring nilee do not
Boom
.
f lMT
lUon weighing In with togs, so
DR BKTDB, MMHIMI,
Oens has won out sad the men iwin
—T,--Bec.
l-ftftT
Bee ever Feopfao' Bneb^e Bank.
have to weigh atrlpped wHboot toim
MAT

atr.'sir.'""'

m HRS SRBIHI
«teblaa.^wlll Frohabty Take fiSOCkJIQp
~ In Frtxea This Veer,'
New York—It Igdcaaalf the Keene
horses will eclipse any record evw
made tor erne stable. Time waa. when
the candidateB that oartied the wWl®
and blue gpots wpn more than $886.OOO for the flhwler, but this
(heir winnings wiij be far above that
amounL Bo tar they have gathered in
about $800,000. and with some of the
rich prises that are yet to come, this
total win surely resoh $300,000. ThU
Is ■ phenomenal sum for one stable to
gather in, in one season of racing.

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July 89; next regular AngMt 19. -C.
a Lengley, W. M.i Einmr BL White,
4-U-ff

•EJ-ftT
O^rt. state Bank b

Ber^ mepUngt every
evening, a B. Weller, “
Dean. K. of H. and a

a J. McPHAIU
looms ever JohneenClUsens Pbone «04

Da EABL C. TTI^ DVmST
Tuesday of mtH month at T:M >. — Room 6 First Natiensd Bank Bmidlim.
tn Woodman haK
Abram Sudth,
CUIseas rtume SCI.
,
$4«I
Prea.; Oeyle Qrlswoid. Bee^.t NMtls
a Gray. Deputy.
4-*4-»7
ATTORNEVa
Travaree City Teat No. «7L K. O.
PRATT ft DAVia ArrOBNMTa
T. M. M., meets every Thnr
Treveroo CNy gtaU Bank btdMim,
wr •
third floor. Butte SU4U.
M-tT
Framcun, a K.: B. A. bv^'V. &
i-i-dT
LESTBt.a WmCH,
ATTOR99EV AT LAW.
GoUeetton Work n BpsttaMy. Wtt
The readers of tbt ,.
Underwood ft Umkr. IHUbwInnd Btt.
pleased
to lesra that
there Is at Isaat
.......................‘
ther
M-fl
one dreaded
. _ dUeese
,
..that______
that sdeMS baa
'leen able to cure la aU Us stages, and
OfiTEOFATHY.
MIBCELLANEOUa
ibat It oatarrb. Hall's Catarrh Om
' Da J. O. TRUEBUXJD .
the only poelUve oure nowitoown th
Da MART J. TRUraLOOD
JOHN a BAMTO
the medical fraternity. CatoPl being a
Fhana «7. enarel iBaurenee..- Bints Bank bolWcoDsUtuUonal disease, reqidrua a oon- dOMOr Wilhelm BlocR
ing. Tmverae aty.
BftftT
•tltuUonal treatmenL BsO% Gatarrti
FHVaiCIANa
Cure it tsken fnteraslly, eetliiu dlreeL
HABBT
B. HABMBL
ly upon the blaod and mi
DR M. a ORSpORT
PUne Tuner and Aotlen WunlilBr.
of tbe ayslein. thereby destroying the
Physiclati
and
BurBton.
OEIee
117
With
KlmfadU
Mnale
8oaan.
ft«M7
(ouudation of the dlsMae. and alvlBg
Cass street ClUseni libone 780. fi
rings oflloe. 8 rings residence, 91$
I conatitutloD and eShtaiUnr nature
Walsat StreeL
d-lT-M
doing lu work. The prtmrietore
‘ - -1 In lU ^
-•
caraUve
DR F. J. MACNETT,
r One Buadrwd
C. O. CABTSS. ABSTHAOnL
any
> thet It talla
. to Fveetlce limited to Eye, Ear,-Noea
throat end fitUng gliesne. OOen OEleo with O. P. Cwnror ft Br^ Me.
ire. Bend for list of tesUmonUla
801 Wilhelm block. CIU. phone U8.
l-S*
"~r MMt rrntt strett.
Address r. J. OHENBT ft CO., To.._dress
M-07
ledo. 0.
HONBOB ft MeWVTHT.
Sold by all drugglsu. Tie.
~ Mitt Mid
Da>& L. THIRLBY
Take Hell's Femlly PlOs
Farmerr MntneL SU 1
ftpeelal Attentlen to Oleeseee of CbMsUpatlon.
7447
dren. Boom 409 Bute Bank tmlM''PAVINQ TAX.
ing. Both phones.
7-ft«T
dal aasesamenl tax rdUs tor
N. MTTJjtR
Thlfty Yeera Experienet-------------------tbe paving of the toQovlaf atiweU are
with Grlnnell -Bros, U* Frcat SL
cow (g mr banda for eoUeeUOn of the
first InstaUmenL
Bl^lb street from tbe west end
COL. O. M. IIORBR.
igbtb street bridge west to the ei
The ttopuUr AwsUenear of Orund
SARAH T. CHA8B. M. D.
Be of DIvMon streeL
Traverse County- OOue W B. Ftunt
Wasl
'ashlngton ..street from the eest Office with Or. O. R Chsss. Stats I
block. Both plumss. 8869r.BtreeL Tfuvuiuo Otty.
M-«t
line of Caas Street eest to Ike west
line of Ratlrped eveane.
Idenos. 884 West. Il^th M____
O. P. CABTB ft IBO.
«tto b
Cits, pbone 781.
H7-07
lenMI Ffru Inenrudsk DM* BUh
U of Ji ..
L BABTIMOB.
w, a iMpH.

DIRECTORY

fffffHlG.

Ilie Hannah & Lay Mercantile Company
MICHIGAN’S BIG STORE
To live long and live well is the duty of everyone. If the body is healthy, the mind will
be active. PURE FOOD PRODUCES A HEALTHY BODY. -A healthy body promotes pure
thinking.
Pure Flour
HaoDab & Lay’s Best, Supreme, Marvel, Whole Wheat
Graham, Fine Meal.

Oood Relishes
New England Dili Pickles, Sour Gherkins, Crosse &
Blackwell’s Chow Chow, French Capers, Brandied Cher­
ries, Horse Badisb in glass; Chili Pepper Sauize, Chutney
Sauce, Halford Table Sauce, Royal English Mustai^,
Tabasco Sauce, etc.

For Picnic Parties
look in our window for a display of Canned Goods pas^d
on by the U. 8. government. Boned Chicken, Vienna
Sausage, Luoch~ Tongue, Chicken Loaf, Slic^ Star
Bacon, Dried Beef in glass. Dried Beef in tin, Pork and
Beans in Tomato Sauce, Corned Beef,'Roast Beef, Bris­
ket Beef, Potted Meats, Ham Li^, Sliced Bacon.

01ive%^
Queen Olives, Monarch -OhVes, 1a Isabella Olives,
Libby’s MaDzanUla OUves, Stliffed OUves.

Heinz’s 57 Varieties

Figs
Richlieu Washed Figs in glass

-........ .......-......
Bulk FiS^ very flne,

We have some of them.

OOa*

-........ ....... — . j&XC
|
pOUnd

Olive Oil

*'

The Snent imported Oils, in large aod small bottlea, for

Coffee
If you are a user of Coffee, you vrant the best Our fifty
- years’ experience enables us to secure those that are
reliable and pure. Our prices range from

13c to 40c per pound
and are tbe ^t at their price on the market Either
in packages or bulk.

Breakfast Foods.
Ever, Rood b;aad on the mark.t, and at right prioea

Paints
Paint for every. purpose-Rouf Ftiint, Floor Paint, Inter­
ior Paints, Exterior Paints, Graphite, Varnish, Boiled
and Raw Oil, Brushes of all kinds.

Feed and Hay

Candy

Order of us and have it deUvered. Oats, Com, Bran,
Middlloga, Chop Feod, Baled Hay, Poultry Foods,
Cracked Com, Chick FMd.

We carry the largest variety in the city,
selHt by
the penny’s worth or the barrel. Everyt-hmg from the
common mixed to Huyler’s choice Bon Bona

Remember our sign says “UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS,” and we try to make that sign g
by furnishing everything demanded in thi^ section of the state. Your ordinary wants we
can supply, and the things hard to get we ar^ most likely to have. ,

The Hannah & Lay

Mercantile

Company

'V -

*^aftef-aoia, ai^s-. TOIT »;i»oY.

< fa2»4
rOK<'WW <ilHLD»gW

n -ftb^k^nttete ^1ik£Si

Jt cMu*'^

■tiM er

- *i-3
WliU «>I»« oDc'aniu Ok guae calU
Mnli of tba drU
eit! T>n t»«liif m«. I t»x, mj tobe Bbipped wltt
• F*> hg*^ *«cbl^ • 7^'
Ik
atrtrt reUgtooa captain, and &
gam ere—at“
mm -tfMskh*.
OAt tern «* laMs'ttf
•«.: ^”;;eaio«te«M a-u&nrVtBiiP um time dila ceptate cbanced Id wit
^ »«,n..nd nd ppMlMat»-''(Murhl -neea ooe of Ue -nate'a awearlng hoMr
■M-tMi haf-WW
be gare the young man a lectnre.
’ tdSertfMTBMMi.
Toe are a flrat rate ofllegr,' he end
Xlthoogb w* atl know wk«t tkin
ed. 'but. remember, no more aarenytng
BMU. I wonder bow mmaj Not anotber oaib nboerd my ahlp ’
Wfd Uw oiicin of tto
"Wen. the mete bora Iha* captaln'i
retw
it
tbeif'MOi^
kWh
Md ynai* ako. Ik tba
warning In mind. Then one
'■ wW[BbtHee_
*n wd»<*'b«a’*>
tr"* fat oOtoa: Bartag daring (he
a gw<«
mt& roraa<% «! ^ army bw» aeRoUa Hood reoJly
ootrtle W 1^ ike eowBUrt nf a Olrwon; ha
rtoJy bodok men wer* wild end ^• ^ turned Ua jttmiUoB to keeping In feated tbe fault be bed committed,
n wma'aadly
nadV^rtid.
l«— WoctUon
wme
tnbjecoon aU Intelofa wfae might mate tnni«d rad wUb rage. Be opened
bla mouth. Ererybody looked at '
and aboot tbo obIj
lii. ?•»kg dh
expectancy'. welUng to bear tome re­
roaltytaiew wefl w«
idaoleea. n»t man ba (neat dr
markable oetbs. btft then tbe captain
to dofmd tbefa- rltbts.
bore In ilglit.-Tb* poor atood llttK ebanco of
nee. for tbe taw-uwilU "*r» wr
be mate, seeing the captain, tap—hla«. daahlaf MoW i
fer befwei«i atH «.I<*otr fair, and
memhered bla order* tbmif profanity.
t—B aoMler.
by aoDO of -ftetrtiltefrtiifc

Bnt bU rage bed to bare vent of eome
''‘Tdfae''arBlea were confrontlnc eaed a^. and, siikllng up close to tb(
had leemed
Hdtlklna- dlrUtOo waa on tba< jlrtt. be Foered In tbe man's face:
Beckllnf'a brigade on tbe
"’Ttra oanghty; Btugbty boaiawa
.u.
----- --TbOW, tnar#a were aomellnea to tbe etmn^ viieme Up. T6c enemy reeolved I
M or perbape ln the Mnf’a own hoe»*%.„ ton tbe Cnloyi HgW tank and hurled
TRe Qofa of Leva.
They were -called tbw -BatW e«*r far Vb^ dirl«ge «aioR Beekllnde br
•adc
heH Ut poainow toBC' Alnfaet aa aacJrtt at the earth hyrtbe •llnr e X," and K la-from
»ir waa^ BnW.
flfalhOnIflratfoB of
M^M’eoeklnd (0 aeed hia re-enthat tbe bora ted dria^ «>d«y«Mt^
a
lore.-Heelod
-relso* that be WM
did
ootbtng
Idea of makt&c a cieaa wttk their
among tbe ftret of extaUng'-ailofe and
a at a ties nrWhf*9^.-Waabtn«tM
that be aaelated tbe earth In brtoglng
fc^ from ebaoe the earjleat forms of
Mt of B«!kJlBg*e brlgede drlren II
fife tbO beauty.' Arlblophane* and otb
Ntw Taretee‘bf dM •wea.
efat'-WTofe of Eroe a* tbe son of night.
A pretfr flow# tame»d# <«ate V
I^wr PoCte sang of Mm aa-tbe son of
a TwatoD or T/iOlWirWdtfCT^ISlP*
SB aod Aphrodtte and bon<ired biro
dran ciaat*’-------- -the »w*et-«la4e« promoter of hn
t -hU p—lUou. Implying
fora df an affah'd^'
B sOecUoae. Tbey rspreaented bM
tJnder ffl&' dfeb tbl
aa
a mr raced bOr winged and ceny^S^IkSltOe far BO fedi—i In tbe ar­
paea.'tbe IV'6 einMn'
my agaiaM-««oh •• ImpottOon by t Ing a bO^^ with which to Inflict ew*t
Ing meaowblle
W«-ia leohtn* for-a dalty. a dalay.'a ■opertor «0<«»£>«PthW)y not In faCo %CTnAa npon thr»e who came wltUa,
ef •g'lihetrfyi ' »na- morwtng ahonly range. Km- has Eros ceased to exist
dalar.
D '|k|Qil8 practical age. (or tu this
We re loeklnt lor a delay,
afW^hiyilgfag »Oolohel ♦ Heckling rode
AM beer* «a now,
- tBepoeCs sing of ibis Mule wlttco<1
hpr^hlt ebMflhnaed* teaSrmartafa
6o ringGil tber'eaptfan eom'chdd.
l-4a ittlUfal and as pitllcee a* In ibe
and add him or her' *o their USea. tbe
pneooer rbooelng hte-«ajrt»tn aa In Lop- Imporlaiit moea. If jroo will ride oot
don bridge
witb kiritr&k'pMhet’llneni aboa- yod
Tbe eoDg rematte'theadba, ««t t^
name of tbe flower hr rbanged-after,
each captm*. ’A* 'Qte tog of
•W-ldff.I. but EeckJla
hlUjy toflbdft* W6e'Hm-d*«l«g
__________________
<40H<McaK'hna &a two'
a rtng would he moch--6ett». Tie
h^bgipIctA line.
ama31ernnfaW«rfftfCWof-tl»Uri«
•WaOMUHhoWtth'-*
BwkUng*T*WiWM*lk4l*i(r‘fbtr tha ’ eecon reFor DJegale to
■Adlb ban to at not to draw tbe Are."
"■■BW- IUflT»'rto»«l.^li<>^k8 •
Werde Eodleg
The beet apelfera —song thr-boyg. treme iWuWkUod Rf go on.
tad gtrli may be pardoned If tbay an -"Orf?f<rr‘'enuimea s«knng
aoqi^lmee in doobt rehetber-te etdd kg. Mgfiedhnrprlae.
The iUMTal dare not refute wl
•r almply
'phb^al^ d-nou
ending in »- Thhta U’Wogta^tr’hiie tireoty<»CM^ f lueo looking oc. I
Chat gereme afla‘twiiMr."Bbwg>W. ahd red* wIlh hM'mfeilei a few- baodred
donbll Mftebee-low-f—ce. ot«t wMoh Reck
would be remorid KngllaB boo^e^ •annmped bla bone. Honktsa.-know
YOJEFOR
eyee-of-tke eaoort were njwu
ing In 0 tn'ebeaea by I Mnaonant uke
re Wd'Yefuee te -follow Be
M Ih the plnraL'fafat tbehe ksdlng In {

„”SSX'K.^£

Aptoafter 17, 1907,

•.trS^kStAharw.;^
a. aTelu M *«k
- la tU one 00 whlab we twewiM

^2‘.r»“.5SSSSSS

iiSSSS*
A Stfv. c*-...

srSta—a S

__ «be and bllimiaaeM, and keep
On boweia ngbt. sfle. at ■. 8. Hli-’Wt. Jobaaon Prog CD.h and 8. B.
'VaS « flemr drag rtorea.

TAXES

Orer Majeetlc Grocory.

XDDINGTON
MILWAUKEE
CHICAGO
AND ALL POlNTb WEST.

JHoar^ipoil
JCiwriewolx
Petpskey

IO‘E

New Feed Barn

BE ONLY DAILY LINE FOB

Pbo*>e^^

Q^Da

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
• '
The tax rolsl i"'' Ui® eollecOoo oi
t^booi and city' ijca
apeelal aar tb - Are wards of the
city of Trarerse City. Mich., have
placed In
handa for oollec
Uoakv
1 wlU be In Di' "<B<te (or tbe pu;
JAS. C BOPUNS
poee of eollecuni; -lanl *««•
day from n." until Nor. 1. 190*. GirfZENS TELEPHONE PdO. T8 I
from 8 o'clock ul' i lL3tl o'clock In
the forenoon, and : oni 1 o'clock until
SENNITS
i o'clock in the bH. ™oon of each day.
All taxoi paid !'■ f»re SepL 1st win
be recelred wiiho.u collection fees,
and on all t&xea tvtsainlng unpaid nn'
CalmmbU Tranfer Ca'a.
Sept. 1st and onlil Ort- l*t- * penaJl.v
014 Stam4.
ent fiT collectioa will be
charged- On all ia\o? remaining un­
321 Slate Street
paid on Oct, let auJ unul Nor. 1st, a Trade uf farmer* suiiciuxi. Borsee en
penally ot two per cent lor collection
irubled VO u* will receive beat
will be charged.
pc«Eiblv care.
RALPH .< HASTLNGS.
AFm
I'liy Treaaurer.
OIBce. Room
!? .no Bank building.
Dated July 21. if'C
July

PERE
MARQUEnE
LINE STEAMERS

C. C. DAVIS
dentist
yy
IKW BABTAK BLOdU JdaxloiiJsIand

EXCURSION
EVERY SUNDAY

. Beackod DaUy^^Jogcapv Snndar

NO. 199.218
Every typovntcr made has a
serial number.

aie buying a second

hand,

madme the number will tdl

Olivers are good sellers.

Six

...Iw B.U7 vsn..*

“sasJssgE*'

218.

will

understand

why

Oliver leads in sale,

it is

tMerent and every point ol

^isxisssss

dtffereaceis patented.

Tke U—e wWnK assore<
yos 1VHEE tUogs

• M. E. ii^uljseU

SK

------------ -----’ ^«y&b dlittorttlfar hr«P twoaa.

, minle tiullet Bang between tbe
men. Tbe geaetml docked. Abr and anotber. The colonel pnAb. twteuHMTkVflBkrjtacafl behind

T tee I change m the sltoatlon,"
lAtalfltlMgs
tbe general "LM oe go bec^"
*T(M beie," eald Reckling; "not bei*.

27& Seo^rial dtstnet

Primary-EUetioH Aug13, 1907

kia where we hare thrown op tbe
aarttwMkaLet tbe opposing aides take
”8at we are not going to oar tigbt.
' ' frying to throw tbe carda Into tbe bsaFor-Dfll«fate to Cofudtutional G>n' >'ket from s gireo distance. The side WeTe going etralght towardKOmp right
mtiii. £kcbQB.Sept 17. 1907
'■'Jetting the greater number of hMrta esrter."
•TPo'll turn preeently.J 'bj'.n the baaket will be tbe
"Bow mnefa finber hare we tb goT*
VOTE FOR
Tlrta sound* eaay, bnt It la aiumlalng
'to nee how readllr tbe besrta laiM any- aktd tbs gsnenl In a few—eBonta.
"We moet ride along In front of tbeir
' where bot in the baskeL A boeby priae
ina till ws reach tbaO wood on onr
might Ifr gfvefl (o th^r^C'................
rftta Jfft far* beaitni^i
The general gfaoddered. Riding In

GET YOUR'

-SK,'

ROlcIflKt.fetagrotestBd.
“Ooo»* on,'“UaUI tbs colonel
■Pwong sport to bis bosaa. Reckling
gtarted straight toward Ibe enemy'l
or which la -Tirtdge maker."
krooi the Latin word "pontlfex." whJcb, Jlnee. At the ume moment t aUKc of
g whistled by tbe two men. Him^ made op of puiu, ■■brtdgei eed fwete,
h> makn. Tbe name waa gtreo by tbe ____ could not etand tbe teat 87
•Aedvond rode bock
vfaat .aa bla
bftee cavid carry bim.
the flrtt bridge over
' built br him. i'on will Bud tbs
CoBfidentsa.
wondering,
' bMondWflnItlon of tbe adJecUre
________________ aratebed Itrckllng coming. Preeeatly
* frflea!' ■
'•perwltlni’ to thrbulldlng of brldgesl^l^'^^
•"«« **■
____ __ Iheir Him. Not B abot was
^(kd.'^tru-aeimi..eightb of a mile to
AtMut ths Dead
Cprer, anO as tbe soldier paaeed over
I’be freed
.dWUoce
tad
enierml
tba
wood a
and from flee to-nine mOea
BT went op from tbe Unlnn SohUon
' flo|>tb la from three to alxtaa (nt.
- Its safface la 1.806 fast tmlow aM and tbe Coofedesetea. wbo warn too
froMng-tO
gell.ot
.
m.n
tarsi.
mao tbe general joined bli eacoft
kn'BI lihat 'bta.'mlliuiy career bad
Nators-s r
• Then's a riob mtta lastae that people'calT^ MjM.^Bntbit aptKnde for-mdlirereat
flmd —red him In that Held. He cant

sn-i*..™..

ard a scors.
Wot they
gWW «TM
efcr g«w
bO
tn srtlie. ,
„______ _________
pm tbe greuad.
"AM U*lt dnmss are dock taarse with
m In tbe inny end create a desrAn sashes bounO.
■Ihsy
•r fUl
ffll rrom
from ttbs ptos ireeo. aod tbey

DONE AT : THE
. Qaricvotx Coanty
toiifll Dutlict

... nrs'.;s.s“-r rr; pmwj Btctta. Aatut a. w

TJk.^M nltilKr^ 'tberTw eohawA «m gUgmO tat pan well..tad lost
sr*ry hue.

.duel Oetweeo Hunk!
' ,For a kairAM grows tMSAty -rtebt «g
ths door
Of tbW rich Uttic ItasU that people call oiw—notiBo

g.»,. „ wu,.

,__
'

““ "

-v* "g-igp.

«J O B

WOJtK
L. F. KNOWLES
AnoRNEy. wyNE cm.

EAGLE
PRESS

I

&

the

pnotded by a rowel. Uke »■
**!^ .^J*
,
Bdm. motto and potaio wlL earre
^
be noticed a curt
azaaigtea of iht fleet ihe^piurala 'ofJ?"*'-' "I”"""
wWdl'gre «<hoeB,--cioMM an* pota- bta'H^llors Up. Be saw tbe iBttefs
.fami be iBiist either fellow or Attoniey.-fnBkfort, Benzie-Gxinty
tkM reapeot of bu mem wfadeb wsn
rod. ThesaWlng,
bi ooe-oi tbe three <Me«ate»,
haug not bees folly wfHivms.% and
tb«r take a osly In tbe phnl. Anotber
tsmpUoB'la ttae*ww4 Cib«rwMa4^

. “SJf".......

On a Model

Elxamine the machine and you

Leaves Tsaveree City S a. m.1

Lv. Petoakry, via P. U.
Dnamylise........It

months ago the serial number

To Charlevoix. Pateakay and Har

<100

At. Cbartfrolx.
Ar r

its age.

Five just received il is 199,-

Lc—VC MANISTEE Dally at SrM
amfl 7:M DJm. Sanday 7 a.m. ooly returning, arrivee at Trave
Leave tlBMNGTON UaUy
■t IfltM p. m.
Argl.vc MILWAUKEE 6:00 a. m.
Leave MILWAUKEE Dally
SI StM p. B.

TIMECARD

makes are selling, and i{ you

MISSOURI

bor Springa Fare (or the raund trip.

C-HEqilAME^GON

By it yoo

can idl exactly hov. variott*

was 135,000.

STEAMSHIP

Wtm

Il NEW STEAMER

BOTH PHONES

I

tsssaori

lusigH

(mHiun

CHURCH OF CHRIST FILLED YES­
TERDAY MORNING AND FLOR­
AL DECORATIONS WERE FINE

nuf isruBBiriiiiii
In Cloaing H« Bald th« Qrwtaat Thing
In the Wortd la ■ Happy Hama
and That It Sho«Hd be
Striven For.

bi tptakiBg <il tu work IB t»a
ineas offices where their work: tooi
them. Mr. Ullom sUled lEal many
stem questions were POt to hint
TSvery man and hoy hsa a problaoi,
I cannot solve." be said. "Jastu Christ
iwTi, If you'll take your hands off and
let Him piece HU bands on.”
Unhappy Homes.
Unhappy homes were brought to the
attention of the large audience, for
the speaker said ibat the greatest
need in this world U -a happy bone.
"The best ihlog you can give your
boy and girl is a CbrisUan father and
mother. When ihi-y get out Into the
world they can look hick and say, 'Wh
bad a happy bume.'"
Saloon a Home Breaker.
"Wha( U the greatest enemy t
homer asked Mr. Ullom. "The Ajnerlean saloon- I: b a home breaker a
deiDOQ-making. lieU-filllng thing, and 1
L to say lo every man It has the
church on urn side and the home
(be other." Mi Ullmn described a
cal one whirti be saw, where sliver
foam, chairs and other conveniences
lent Jieir eniicemenL "Parents may
Nay," he roiiUDued, " The saloon has
my boy.' '"ii. be said "U wanu
girl, tot), :ij a room right beside him."
lie closod the thought with s plea lor
parents i" strive lo put down the
Blessed Means Happiness.
In closing his discourse. Mr. Ullom
came to ihts beatitude, "Blessed
tbc po- r In spirit, for theirs Is tbe
kiiigdinii ol heaven.' He said that
•blcssi-d was the keynote which musi
!.. NMijiicled out above all others, tor M
iii. jn- a happy, real genuine Joy and
4i.idiM.-s Id the heart
- services closed with the hymn,
as 1 am. Without One Plea.

The Rev. Thomae Penn Ullom, for
meriy paeior of the Church of ChrteL
who la In the city lor a brief visit
after elshL montha la the evaasell
cal field as aaslstam to Dr. Charles
Reign Scovell, occupied the pulpit yes
tenlay montlng and the occasion
of great Interest to the large as
blage who gathered there to greet
him.
In honor of the occasion, masses
cut flowers and polled planu In t
richness of their beauty and fragrance,
completely banked the large rostrum.
As the assemblage gathered,
beautiful clusters were added to tbesi
by loving bands, until every available
space Id and around the pulpit
graced by such.
Not a seat was vacant when the
opening voluntary -Uoniseul''
rendered. lollowed by the openlus
bymn, "Zion, O Zion." A prayer
praise and thanItEgivlDg aaa olTered
by the Rev, Mr. Cllom.
' Tbe Beauliludes" were
pastor, the Kev. J. Allen (Jauliy, Iheu
that beautiful hyuiu. "There is a Land
of Pure lyellghi." was sung I.j
congregation. Communion was il
partaken of In the spirit of Its lull
tent, closing with the cbulr rvuJeiiiig
' Tis Dldnlgbi and uu Ullve's brow.
The star Is dlmiued that lately slioiie
DISTRICT GRANGE TO DISCUSS
Tbe offertory solo. "There In a lAiud
IMPORTANT SUBJECT AT
nf Pure Delight,"' was very l'r••Pli.^
SEPTEMBER MEETING
rendered by Miss Olive imiUsou, iIi'
opening services closing wiUi an a;j
them, "Tbc Lord is Thy K'-cik t. by
the choir.
Story of Evangelistic Work.
Special Meeting of Grand Traverse
In beginning bis diacourse. the
Grange Is Called for Saturday
Mr. L’llom staled that he lelt that ar
Afternoon of This
a former pasl'T of the chuieh they
Week.
should know someUnng ot hia work,
* and Instead of lulliiwiug with a text,
«pi-rial niiv'tlug
Craii-l Trav
he In earnest words described Uic Held
Crange will b-- held Saturday alt
•of usefulness now, onl ouiltung the ernoon iivjl to cunsidcr some finau
hearing which it had upou rls owu |l
al problems that arc of great loler
He said in pan: "I am glad to lo
it to the grangers Just now. into your faces. It brings joy to i
Throe of the topics that will be dls
heart. I feel that you have a right
cussed at the September meeting of
know about my work. There b a mes­ the Orand Traverae District Pomoi
sage In If for yt>ur heart, and yoor Grange have been decided upon. They
home. You want to know what im(d) the inltlatJve. <2) the re(sr-i
preased me moat as i irarel^trom eodum and (8) tbe recelL An effort
dty to city. Ton have a
will be made by tbe crangsra to have
know.”
selected to the sUte conadtu
Met “Gypsy” emith.
al eoDvenUon that are In harmony
He began by tracing his Une oi wlih these principle* of government
travel as he left this city last Octo­ by tbc people.
ber for Indianapolis where, he stated
Al tbe meellnE of Grand Traverse
he bad a most trying time. He kindly Grange last Saturday afternoon, ibe
remembered bis stauneb friend. Dr.
Biibjeci of "Home Influence on tbe
Charles Seovel, wUh whom he was as Young" was considered. Many differ
soclated. whom he stated Joined him
Ideas were prenenlcd for reflacthere with Messrs. l>eloa Smith and tliiii and all were Ihorougbly
Kendall, who formed the evangelical
cussi-d.
band known as 'be Free Will Ottering
? dale for the next regular
Evangelists. After a brief *
tnpedng of Grand Traverse Grange an
this city. Mr. l.'lluin returned
day fanners' Inslltule will Iw held
home in Ohio, where he remali
iln-Grange ball. N H. Hull wU1 be
(11 the first of ihc year, entering pn-h-'tii as state speaker and will dlsHuntington
Hh the subject of "Feeding and Care
again. From there to Chicago he
the Dairy Cow In Summer."
went, meeting there that wmleiful
evaogellBl," Oypsy" Smith.

GRANGERS FOR
DIRECT EEGISIATION

FuiERS' msiirniE roii tue. lo

iw m
USTWHI
ILL GOME TDDAY
JAMES

HILBERT

OF

BINGHAM

BROUGHT LABT LOAD OF THE
REASON TO MARKET

WU MIIE G08 CiSB BFCHffiS
s of Transportation Faclle*—Wheat Took a Drop To­
day—Old PoUtoes are
6UII Moving.

Afro ifiM Mboi*j
ItolLV eElffXfDUED
i
T7My-Wm Ltova ATterTRs Cstmm^
^“niMr Hotos Iri AiriMglwiB,
Washington.

Hanr la Ofhhs of -SelUntfiAiii,
WniL. SOB of Ur. and Mrs. U K.
OtW* of 5<rT West BUhto strocL and
R«ga. par doaos
Miss WUheiMtoa Bessie Hooker td
Otoosauffaites, p« to............U to Ue Booth Lyon. MldL, wTU be united lit
SslL per bbl...................... n to «8e marriage Tuesday, July 30, at tlM
home of toe bride’s parent*. Mr. and
Mrs. WlRtxm W. Hooker, of Booth
Lyon.
The wedding wfU
prise to many, althoagh a shower was
given Miss Hooker JtBt before she
left toe city after eompleting
school year as supervisor e( music, bat
wu generally tnpposed that tbe
...........ti
wadding would not occur tor several
months. Only the relatives
cloeesi friends of the ec«CracUng par­
ties will be present at toe ceremony.
Gibbs and Mies Hooker art
I both well known here and have s
large circleot friends, who wU wish
......................
K.
large
Mr. Gibbs has made Traverse City and
vicinity hi* borne nearly all of hi*
life. After leavlug school be became
Interested in lumbertog and a little
Eggs, per dos .................................. I6e over a year ago be engaged In toe
BUYINO PBJCBB-Prodooa
timber boslness at Bellingham, Wash.,
where he Is scoring a great business
success, and It U lo this.city tost Mr.
Huckleberries ................. »1 25 to *1.60 and Mrs. Gibb* will go immediately
PoUtoes ..........
35c

Ei

New Copyright Bo,
New 50c editions of ObVTAght Boobi.
FuU Une of Algor nnd Henty Book, for Boy.
Girlw

THE CITY
BSOK STOliEI
TIEWlAKTm, Preps.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE

!S£
...
............

James Hltben .. of Blngbam, who
claims be has ail of the strawberries
ere left In this region, will] bring
the last, about 2i> cases, to
dsy and will sell ibem for about 11.50
■r rase. After today it will be good■f to this luBclouB fruit until 1908.
Mr. Hilben's cherries are prime and
w-fli probably all be picked within tbe
10 days. He estimates that he
have 600 cases. mosUy MontmorcDcIcs and Eetrly Richmonds. He is
romrlalnlng bitterly of the miserable
transportation facilities, which
says have never been as i>oor as this
He says it Is almogl Impossible
n express thmagh on lime, and
one tostanre of last week. He
a consignment of cherries, worth
8100, (0 Chicago with the promise they
shou1d.be delivered the next morn
ing, but Instead they were not deliv­
ered unlll late In the aftern‘->on. As a
Cowl............................. IM to m*
hours with shipped fruit means a
great deal. Mr. Hllbcn is anxiously
wailing U> hear what shape they were
when recefved
Wheal took a drop today, five cent*
l^bs. live weight
being taken off from [he buying price,
Udse .........................................*f
the quotation now reading *5 cents
l>er bushel. Other grains remain the

hZ:;:u.v.........

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

Birrrao pIUCJ^Po-JW.

Oirl potatoes are sUII moving, one
In.-id this morning bringing 30 cents at
Stlckncy's. and one load Saiurdav
Chlckena. spring, five weight, per
itfing taken by Jacob Furlsch.
............l«t
New bay is quoted al »12 per t-m.
X b>ads being weighed Saturday at
• Til* Charming Wemsn.
e Brail- house, and two loads were
i DOC Becessarily ens of perfect
t-n'Ught In early ibis moyolng Due
n and (eatnres. Many a plain wo
I who could never serve as an art
load of livestock w:ts brought lo Sat
j model, possesses those rare quail
ties that all toe world admires: neat
Mo.olmorenei rlierries Ktarti d In at
ar eyes, clean smooth akin
„<.i tills morning, and Sweets were
sprlghtUness Of step and sc
Uon that accompany good health A
.started at ALSO.
No changes were marked m the re­ physically weak woman l* never ai
live, not even to herself Biec
tail market, eggs and butter still
BUtere restore weak women, gl*v
bringing the prices quoted last week- strong nnerves,
Oreen stuffs and frulu were not so velvety skin.
plentiful this morning, bat consign­
ments wm expected this aftrtvroob.
drogglsta. EOa.
White grapes brou^t 80 cents pet
pounds, and plums, toe Urge pnrple
a iKctoe ptoTy et Msr'ien isi
variety, sold at from 10 to *0 cents per
beauty a
every merning. Tab
doien.
every eenvenlenet

LOCAL MARKETS

COMING
TO THE GRAND OPERA
HOUSE

One Ni^f Only

Aug. 7th
PRICE
OF HONOR

fur Fori William and there will take

The bride to be was Cdperrfsor of
music ID toe local echool* for two
years and endeared heraetf to many
by sweet disposition and winning
wa>s. She graduated from the South
Lvod school and bolds a life eertlfl
cBie from toe Stale Nomal college at
Ypeilanu

IBS m sms Foi ;ie,50ii.

A DRAMA IN 4 ACTS

TRAVERSE CITY

SAT. AUGUST 3
ISTH ST. SHOW GROUNDS

y Purchisiftg Will Erect Plant
the Manufacture of Va­
rious Producta.
(EpfuflDl to the Daily Bagle.l
East Jurdan, Jul. 29—M M. Burn
liam of this place ha* Just disposed of
a ise-acre farm adjoining Shis village,
to a company which will erect a large
nlani for the manufacture of wood aieohul, and several other producu. bedr-B a tannery.
Tbe farm brought the hltfitot price
r any land ever'sold In this region,
being sold for *16.500. Tbe location Is
nn Idea! one and besides Is ezeeUent
farming land.

Mmj

..dClHii N
■aaAW Hadcl
Tf^ W Cud

mm

Picnic parties going to Marlon laland resort every morning at 8:00
o'clock. It’s a beauty tOOL Tablet
and meats and every convenience pro­
vided.
July 83-t6

Thee* quotation* are oovvectsd
every morning and th* prloss gives
those prevalhng at th* hour s«
correction.
The market fluctuates
TKe one sure, safe remedy (or bair
or Icsa and aomatimee an artk
ele quoted at one price In the mornirqi
Doubles. It makes ibe Hair beaut3uL
it selling at a higher or lower figure
beavy
and fluffy. Use k eveiy day
before the day 1* through.
RETAIL PKKfBS—Mesta
and watch yrxH hair knprove.
IJacon, per lb ......................... 16 to 26r
FREE, a sample botde ol EX). PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC (esough
Codfish, per lb......................... 10 to 16*
Ham, whole, per lb ..............16 to 20c (or 3 appfcsbeoi) lor 1 Oc. to pay postage and pocking.
Write today lo ED PINAUD'S Anwican OAcea. E<L Pmaad Bufl<W
, sliced .......................................*6c
Lard, per lb............................. 12 to He N w York C»y.
Akk yen deaio (or FD. HNAUD’S HAIR TONIC

■■ij * I

USE EAGLE WANT ADS.

Influence of Moody.

Of this Blirring evaiigellBi this trib
me was paid Twenty S'
be, as a child, formed b
baud of gypsies camped etlru of London- While out driving
one day the attention of Uwlghl U
Moody was drawn to them, and while
camesUy speaking with the older
members, Mr. Moody placed a kindly
he nd upou the young lad's bead, the
fnrtu ot BO trifling an act being made
known to Mr. Moody 25 years later
when ihlB same gypsy lad, Rodney
Smith, called upon him In Chicago
wlih ihoBo words: 'Here la the BtUe
nr-sy b..y, who ran out to your
rtage, ' Mr. Ullom said; "If He has
done BO much for this little gypsy boy.
what can He not do for yoo.'
Chicago Sinful.

ChIcBSo, the speaker averred, Is
nne mass of sin. yet many were the
conversion* there. Logansporl. Ind..
with its "Red Ughf district was ris.
Ited (or a series of Bvangelleal meet­
ings where l.JuO convaratom result­
ed. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, with It* over­
flow meeting*, brought 600 conver­
sions. Munclc. Ind , lo the gnt and
oil region, netted 6*6 oonveiwton. to
thli BUvng band of worker^, who
fotind Janesville, WU.. liie bertW
field rH to enter. ThOOffh ther*
m«ny chiirchee there, they did

afflUate with the evangelical band,
but »e<*
re*uM*d. Mr. OWom
stated. FTom Mln^eBOU. beck to
Janesville, and from there to tM» city,
oomptoted the cycle of Mi work since
loBt OcUjfcer,
Hand PleJced FrilH.
“It Is a band to hand eontest with
men and women," be said. "A hand
picked fndL My deepeat eonoem ta
tor this chnrch. Have yoo a prayer
list! I am glad you have e man here
who loree yoo. Men end wtpien. there
is no problem to y«er lUe ksit wErt
Jesus Christ can solve do your eatlafacUon It you'll let
I-«M
how much dertmees There de, or -wmoch toUere or rieknesa. Hs wiU gjp
mot the ewoetsess onu iranni

OUR GREAT SACRIHCE SALE
Continues to Increase In PopdlaiHy, anfl There arc Still Loads ol Goods to
Gioose From.

ftemnant* of

Ladies’ Vests

White Goods

BccSonb

40. 50 and 60 Cent Values:
Tuesday, choice al 30c yd.
Wednesday, ‘
Thunday,
Fiiday,
Saturday.
After 7 p.m. '

25 and 50 Cent Value*;
Tuesday, at______ 20c each
Wednesday, al
I 5c each
Thuraday, at ____ I Oc each
Friday, at______
5c each
Saturday, at_______ 3c each
After 7 p. m............ 1 c each

-■

LXTIIA SPLM

ABOUT 3000 REMNANTS
“ Bargain Event!

Tu«d.y, chofc.
W^.y. ■numdav.
■■
-xFikUy.
■■
VSalurday.

’ Afttf 7 pan. "

«t 110.00
■■
9.00
'•
8.00

7-00

6.00
5.00

LaSe$' CMb
fie.00 to $ISM VoIm»
Tutoday; choice al $7.00
Wednesday,
“ 6.W
Thiinday,
•'
5.00
Friday,
■■ “
4.00
^mrday.
;;

3.00
2.50
Aher 7 pjn.

SM REmANTS
Seertth ■
Tuod.),. eWe of ta

mtft Um ikn One BoOar a ptrd
----------------------------------- 75c yud

-.......... ......

Thuad.y, cW OIL .1...................... .................... 55c y»d
M.y,cho|^U.t-------------------------------------SaUedey. ckocw ol lo, at----------------------------------- 35c yard
Sat. after 7 p. OL, duMce of lof at..................................25c yard

iii ae. WHuMEIAl

iroto the aoM of eniaroB tor you."

REMNANTS OF WASH GOODS
40 to 60c Valoes:
Tuesday, choice at 23c yd

25 and 35c Value*:
Tuesday, chtuce al 18c yd.

Wedoaaday.

Wednesday, ‘
Thursday,

5!?

3c yd.

Cloak and Suit Department
Udia’ «,> CroJ. Sml,.
SSSMKmi.

Dress Goods Department

mrwamM BLOCK
MRTSmET

Saturday.
.Aher 7 pjn. ‘

- I^’d
- 9c Sid:

:

Woof Dress Goods Remnants
7Sc, Si de a»d »1-2S Valao
ToawUy. choice olloi a,------------------------------------------ 68cyard
Wadaoday, choice olio, a._______________
50c yaol
Tharwiay, chow ol lota.................................. .
jwrd
FodaycWoHofal. ..
^
Sa0.oky,d»«ooll«a,------------------------- ,-....20cyaM
Sal. ahti 7 p. m. dwica ol lol al......... -......................lOcyard

tuff

*

- ;naj!,Mi8iMlNkMj(bigrnaYM,j|g.
THE BUWtr -S
GUIM
H
a flrma wbov d«s» UC t«p«Dt«d tn oor •dTCTliiip* ool
are worth; of Urn oonfldwoe of e««7 ptnoa in tlw oom-

Mr. 8M Ml*. R IT.

iHKin

PEOPLE W1TNI8MO 4X$0t
THAT SCORED 1«T04

a Time FlanUe* ThreeUoed Dew
truetiei, of tuna Perk and
A fearfui slaughter marked ttw de­
feat of t^ UusUers in their |
with the Independents yestwdny wt
Bowen Harbor. Aboat ISO people
went to see, what promised tor
innlna to bq, one of the best playea
faxnea,ot tbe seascA. Up to the third
the score board was unadorned, then
the trouble started. In the sUth. Gib­
son. for the HosUen, was replaced by
Armstrong, who allowed two runs In
the three innings, bni the final reeuit
of the long game was 18 to 8.
Tue oonildenoe gained by the Hos­
tlers In thelc other two games with
Koenig’s buna was shown to be enUrely misplaced, as they stood
show with the older
yesterdey'a conteel. Uclntyre. tor tbe
dependents, pitched an eztibitlon
game, getting eight men by the atrlkeout route and allowing almost no free
passes. White, at the receiving end.
playing an errorless game, having a
tine whip to second.
Tbe feature of the sketch was a
one-handed stab of a long fly by Hlg
gins, which, when It (poked to be lo
enurely foreign territory, was pinned
after a hard run. No errors wer
corded by the Indapendencs and they
Al)eg.in. Mich., July 39 —With i
all played a fast game, tbe only
|.r.i>;iain of speaklDB and aports, ihU scores Tegletered by the HusUera
>ity will enterlaiD the Western Ulcbl- coming throng misplaced throw
gdii .Maecabee association next Satui second by McIntyre.
dajS|it-Llal tralo^ will bring the crowds
lium Dclghboriog cmes and there will
lie.' representatives frotu nearly <
loilgv in this ponilun of Michigan. !l
IE. expected that fully h.ilOu people

New York, July js.—t^jney Island,
le pluyground of New York’s mil.
ejwivtuuiK
«-.wn. Moo«r..ii«
enuv
to onr Wwn.
mo
lions, wss Tlslted by a dlsastnui Are
early yesterday and seveaT)locks
to telr dMaiog.
city were entirely de­
beaest prieea.
stroyed, TUyou't I
aud nearly a score of ■■"'■n t^otei*
were wiped out and for a time the
flames ihreataned destrucUoa to tuna
Pirk and Dreamland, and the scoree
of smaller places which fringe the
water s edge for a tnlie.
A lucky shift of wind to sea w
ard
aided the flremetl and probably saved
ih» whole picturesque area, but noc
uaul
li.uuo.ooti
damage
had
been
done.
____ Will
AdTartlswata la this
toi Three persons were Injured, one ol
bo iMWtad tor OBO ont a word
s
a word them. Gottfried Messurll, a flreman.
ad
lirohahly fatally.
I'uuey Island has had four big Ares
«Mh Wttt Ot*».
III the last 111 years, ihv last previous
WANTED.
one lu 19113, "the tiieeplecbase'
that occaeiuo being swept out u It
WANTED—An energeUc woman
t«WA up line of work at her own was .vesterday.
kena No caaTasslns- Urs. ^
wards. Park Place hotel, fuly 2»-i2*

srSp2rrir5s;-"s^';

Eagle Want Ads

WANTEa>-^en cherry pickers Tuee
day momla*. Wm. Gram, two miles
areet of city. Phone 12T6-2r.
July 2AU
WANTEID—Dlnlii* room firl at Edse
wood. Inquire of Mrs. Geo. H. La
WANTED—Tobacco strippers at Jabrans' cigar store.
July 2S U
BOD8B FOR RBINT OR 8AUi—84o
Waahlttgtoa street—el^t roui
now. Sherman A Hunter July 25-tl
WANTED—Help of all kinds. Bmployinent Agency. 21S S. Front SL
Phone, 148.. Citixens; 160 Bell.
July 23-US

lltHieM MttCIffiE ISSI.
IBIS III UlifiUI $im

“PARDhER” ROI
FOND OF DRONKS

FIRE DESIROfEO PSiPElin
mOED kl (600,000 III lEIPIIIS

WANTED—Olrls wanted at the baa
Ueiupbis, Teun., July 39.—Fire orlg
kat factory. Wella-Ulgiess CcT
luallDg on the eleventh floor of the
July 1841
Uenipbls Cold Storage camiiany's
buHdiQg. wbicb was In the course of
erecliou. yesterday caused one
mane death, the Injury ol two others
WANTED—A good, active boy to and destroyed property worth Jdtni.OiiO
lean the plumbing bnatneea. Hust In south Front street.
hare a fair edneaUon and be wUltns

10 BEECI OTkIE OOGMIZkrilHI

rs «

Tka strike of tha
haabean caiM aff, an tha m
Ing to vvork today with the
of two Who wofa eat of the elty an
huelnaaa. Senta af tha men ratumad
to wopii this roeenben, and thii aftarnoon the remainder want back
duQ'. The old aeaia of four doll
par day is In affact. thM baing aati»
factory to the iaborara. Tha
who came to fill thetr plaoaa ratumad
to their bomea.

n RED FLA6
AGAMSF ORDERO
day While on Panda In
Hancock.
Hancock, Ulrh. July 29 —A parade
of Flnnlab Socialists was brakeo up
by policemen Sunday because several
of Ihe fliarchers carried red flags. In
defiance of a recenUy enacted elty
dinance. When the pollceoes
tempted to arrest those who were car­
rying red flags the color bearers
sisled and were aided by many o( the
marchers. Clnbs were used freely
and many fist flgfats occurred. No one
was severely hurt. Thirteen members
Including one woman, were arrested
and ail gave ball. The woman 'was
Fannie Makkl. a servant who lives at
Calumet.
NoUce wae given Saturday night by
the police that any attempt to carry
red flags would be prohibited. It waa
feared such a demonstnUon at

John Merrill’s Pretty Oog Nipped
Tipler'i Noae -This
Afternoon.
•Partner.' the fine bird dog of John
Merrill's, became indignant at a drunk­
en man this afternoon who was lean
leg on the counter of Mr. MeriilTz
sbooUng gallery on Blast Front sireeu Hive Fine Business Location In the
and nipped tbe end of bis nose.
J. 8. Paige Building.
-Pardner’’ Is the most gentle ol
Oti A Hahner. cleaners and dyers,
doi5B, and has never been known *o who-tiave been out ol business for
Mte anyone before, but the man '
short time, opened again In a Bne lo­
Irericg at her and she evidently
cation. having secured rooms Ir
Keoied being looked at toy one who waa new J. B. Paige bnllding at 126 Cass
carrying such a load, and she reached street They wish to greet all of their
up and nabbed him by the nose, draw­ old friends and make many new
ing blood.
They have added materially to their
When abked his name by a reporter equipment and are in fine ebape tor
he said. "Do 1 have to Ull my n
jum because a dog bit my nose?"
said he was 61 years of age and h^ «*••»»••••.DAD••••
^
never before been bitten by a dog.
CITY -NCW8 m'
miMIBF.
iblDk I will die In 84 bourt," he said.'’
I ,^i^ ••• iMk'•••***» •

on i iun 0PEH rmf

WANTED—A good meebaaic. whe
do plUBblag and tinning. Host be Humane Societies Will Meet In LantttnperaU and aeUre. A steady Job
ilnp July 30-31.
and good wagee to the right----Manistee. Mich. July 3!>,—The Hu
mane society uf this city has called
a
convention
uf the various humane
WANTtt>—Hea wanted to cat ehlngie
boBs br tke oord; aU sanimar’s Job. socleUeS of the sUle to be held
-TnnrwatylUkOo.
JiuelO« lAnstag July 3(1 and 31. Tha purpose
of the meeting will be the perfection
of a iiertiiaoeui state organization.
The iii'.vlings will be held ut coiiven
FOB SALa—Fine, pure-blood White UoD biadijuarUTB, the Wunlworlh bo
Plymooth Rock cockerel. Or will tel. The llliiiuii, Humane society urged
trade for polleta. Citizens phone the Monibtee society to call the
M3.
July29tS veotloii and George A. H. Scott,
reury and legal counsel of ihe Illinois
FOB SAl.B-17-foot^ Uunoh. nearly
society, will give several addresses.
a at B
Several Detroit speakers are alscx
bonee. Carp Lake resort, near club the program.
The adjonmed term of Circuit court
boose. Address. Frank Garwood,
convened this afternoon in the <
Blatfiain. Nlch.
July 3«-t7*
bouse with Judge Frederick Mayne on
the bench. Tbe calendar, which
FOR' BALE—78 shares TraTerse City
(iriDled previously, la practically taken
State Bank stock. Address Chaa.
u]i in the same order as printed.
((.'.■■iiliiu.d From Page One.j
Prochaska. Jr.
July 28-G
Several criminal cases are on, the
Prosecution Was Glum.
FOR SALE—Honss and large lot.
Jam.^ H. Hawley, leading counsel People va. Uoyd Hulbert and Anna
ooraer Park aad Bute streeu Fi for the slate, and 0. N. Vanduyn, the Totten, with Lester Welch M>P«sri&g
tanas ^qnlre it 186 Park street.
prxwocuiing atlumey of the county In^ for the defendants, occupying tbe at­
which lonucr Governor Bteuueoberg' tention of the court this aftemocm.
Other criminaj cases are: Tbe People
was assassinated, aai gloomy and
FOB SALB-Mr. Prtatsw. 4e yoe need speaking. Senator Uurab, who made vs. NBthanlal Yatto and Ann Haaklns,
with Lester Welch for the defend!
the cliisiiiK plea fur cuiivicllon.
the Pec^le vs. Elmer Kane, larceny
not preseiii.
from a dweling, Lester Welch, ap­
Dismissed In Three.Mlmrtem
The cunrt proceedings over, the pointed by the court, tor the defend­
prisoner was discharged and the Jury ant; the People va. John McIntyre,
dismissed iu less than three minutes' Amll F. Nerllnger being appointed by
tbe court for the defeodanL
FOB SALE—Qood eotuge, I 1_._ time.
i; easy tanns. CaD at Wt
Judge Davis of Ionia is In attend­
News ol ihe verdict was rocelsed
Wee Berath etresL
may ktf
with reUccnce in Boise, but there was ance this afteraoon.
considerable discussion
In clubs,
FDE~
cafes, hold lobbies and oo street
ners, nie surprUe.whlcb bad been so
maotfeet ju the court room was preralent ererjwhere. The long U(oe the
. J. B. OreOtek Oo. may »
Jury was out hart conveyed the gen­
eral impressicin that there could be no
other outcome, than a dlaagreemeuL
Acquittal Won't Release Others.
FOB BENT—Good eight-room honee
flamuel Kelly of DMrolt Pulled Hl«
It was freely predicted that, In the
at 6U Websttr street. Inquire 886
Own Tooth and Died in Ten
Franklin.
July UAf event ol Haywood's acquittal, the
Mioutsa.
state would abandon the prosecution
DelrolL July 29.—The extraction of
FOB BSNT-Two bonsee oa JaSanoo of his associates, Charles H. Moyer,
looee tooth, and the nervous shock
aesnaa Inqalre od Mrs. John Benpresident of iL« federation, and Geo. resulting, caused the death ctf Samuel
Ma.
Jana Iktf
A. PetUbuBo of Denver. StaiemenU Kelly, aged 66. living at 296 Concord
ROOKS TO BENT-Oas. aleotrlo from counsel and Governor Gooding avenue, Sunday.
UgbW hot and oold water, steam hsat issued today dispel this view of the
Mr. KeUy arose early Sonday and
—(bird floor.
Peopiea
SavUigs sltoaUon. Governor Gooding said;'
prepared break&ut for the tamHy.
Bank.
July 17-tf
"The verdict is a great surprise to About 7 o'clock he extracted a looee
me and, 1 believe lo all citizens of tooth whieh had been tnmbilng hlfn.
•OB BffifT-Modem
seTenroam Idaho who have beard or beard the
He ate breakfast a UtUe later. After
boasa oa East m^th street; also erldenee. 1 have done my duty. I
breakfast Mr. Kelly went to hit room
gdod ban. Bnqmra of J. CKnlor, 810 hare no regret as to any acUon I have
rest. ooBiolslnlng of feeling tired.
BMt BUbtb atreet.
Jaly l»4f
taken and my conscience is clear. As TUnkl&f that be was saleep. bis irUe
n in Bade long as God gives me strength 1 sbsll told her dsu^ter. Mra. WlUlam HenfOBBHNT^
to awaken him. Mrs. Hmikel
fnm bdldlns. CaU gUseai pbone oostldse my efforts for government by
law and organized society.
locAed Into .her tothw^s ream, and
«Sfl,BKI
*TbS state win continue a vigorous
him lying on the bed. Els face
pnjsacutlon of Moyer and PetUbone. was blue. Mr. BAUy died 10 mlnotss
aad Aflama. and of Simpkins, when be' later In his wife's arma
RWAnD OB 8TM.BN-«aek and
Coroner Bennett proeonsoad
taa kind, atrip aoUsTsWlth elty 11eeaae Ug Na 88. Nairn “Drvm."
Igs erwam delivered, 80o per gal
: A. a Vlad^ 811 West Froat Street ka. »e-per quart. Queen City Dairy
Under the M.
L

)«Uy8>48
On. 01^ phone 676.
July |4f
s was telling a ctrde of synpa^
tfletie Mends about tbs borgiar aeate
tn ber home. -'Yes,’’ sbe said, ’T baud
a noise, so I got op at once. There un­
der tbe bed t saw s nan-i legs stick­
AU Tinned Hau »1A0 Aafl ttAC; ing ooL"BKlon 75 centA Mm.tjT'm. PlaroA
■Oood greclous.’’ exclaimed one of
■nticaMor c( ^ood Siataa. Jnly 8H8 tbe Isdiea. *Tbe bsegUr’s te^pt
*«0,
«Mr. thv weM

jisr

JUDGE DAVIS OF
IONIA ON THE BENCH

MffllOOD WEEPS OVER EREQDI

Onw hundred and five people enjey
ed the excunlao ftom Manistee yes­
terday and 66 went to ProvemonL
Work was reavmed on the Eighth
street gradlug this momlDg. the city
having DO dlfflcaity la securlDg
at four dollars per day.
Mra. A. L. Amer, of Jeflereon, O.,
Bister of Mrs. C. J. Kneeland, of this
city, died Friday morning- Mrs Kneeland. who was hnstllr snmmt
week ago, was at her bedside.
The annual plchle of Qraee Church
Sunday school will he held at Bast
Bay tomorrow. Busses will leave tbe
church St 9 o'clock and all of those
desiring to attesd ue expected
present at that time.
A goodly number enjoyed the ex­
cursion north oa ih« Mlseouri Sunday,
returning to the elty on time. The
beautiful team of euver roaree fermerly owned by Germaine Bros was ship­
ped to a resorter. D. TlUltson. ol
Charlevoix.
Car ferry ManlaUque No. 1 attract­
ed a large crowd of people to the city
dock yesterday morning, arriving
take a party of excursionists lo 8uiBey. The Sutwns Bay band fur­
nished mnslo tor the occasion, and
delightful day wee spent by thoee-wbo
took advantage of the excursion given
by the car ferry, which returned here
between 6 and 7 o’clock.

NERVOUS SHOOK
»»»»»»»»»»»»»»^»»
. CAUSED DEATH
PERflONAL MENTION.

M. A. flneil left tor Kingsley this
morning.
Miss Marlon Updegnf left for Kay
eUne this morning.
John Cooper of flaginaw is vieto
Ing A. lo. BachanL
Mrw W-. C. BobBltx left tor Grand
Rapids this BMnlBg.
Miss Beulsh Pouch left thle mcming tor Detroit on e vislL
4tee Cbsloopke ef Chsrievote Is In
the etty on biatoees today.
Miss flsdie Evsns 1^ Sabirdsy to
spend her vacation to MUwsnkem
Mr. and Mra. William Wilson left
for their home to Kinikley this mornr
tog.
Loren Meintoeh fetumed thle noon
from a visit with his paiwnU at HUlsdaJa
Miss Laudra Blaasl of Lake View le
TtolUng Mends to the city for a few
days. •
Harry Lutman left tor the floo this
_iomlng where he wfU stay for tome
time.
Mrs. Mauds Hamer.
Mande Compton. Is TtoittoC'trlute Ui

^ «W WRY_HHm

CA^LC WANT AM fAV.

MMIm For s,' ksMsr

WiM Uvldd Vadw-df ObIteBe. to to
the olty TtoltiBg titonds. She enam
on tbe bote Santey SHcatog.
Wilbur Qasssr ed Bteraian wtw hae
been vtotting friends la the dty, rw

.•ere Teeta.
In -ranitiR tetfen for tte
dairy herd are teocU feed them In «
way to BTold the fat forming i___
res are .pretty to look at,- tet
Fst calves
not. bring bandied to tm«fca
• ggofi
cows. A calf tbat b fed lo lay on fat
wiU. wben U reaches tbe age of ne
prodoetkm. continue the habit dtrerttog tbe fe«ds to fat rather than to
milk. A belfer calf abould to fed a
ration largriy protein tn content-sweet
Bktrn milk. oatn. bran, ollmesl and
clover bay being among tbe best feeda
aays a writer to Klmhall’i Dairy
Parmer Tbe skim milk fresh from tba
separator will be tto best source for
tbe major pari of tbe rati'in u-,. lo four
moolba of age. It should to fed to tbe
calves In galvanized palls
Theae
Sbould he tboronghly washed and

Mr. and Mre. R. C. Ottorman left
this nomtog tor their boBie to Oraad
Rapids after a Tlalt with Meads.
Floyd Renwlek ratumad to Flint
this morning after a visit with the
famUy of bU uncle, N. B. Chapin.
Mr. and Mrs. J. PfelRer and Mrs.
Howvd Bunntog left for a visit to
Fife Lake and Reed City this moratog.
Mrw. M. E. Howe, who hae been vielU^ ber relatives to tbe city, retnm,
ed to ber borne to Oraad Rapldi this
rnomtog.
Mrs. F. Dolph and tour children of
Grand Rapids, wbo has been vlslUng
In (be city, left tble morning fmvlBtt to Wetzell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. a Baylor and thrse
eons, Herman, (toorge and David, re­
turned to Chicago tbU morning after
a visit to tbe city.
The Rev. C. W. Chape ef Old
ion left this morning for Muaislng. U.
P„ where be will perform the muriage ceremony of his niece.
Mice Eunice Roeeer left this m<
lag tor TbompsoDvlile for a visit with
her Bister. Mra. Bari BeoneU, wbo has
been spending some time to the cltyMr. and Mrs. A. C. Ritchie
daughter, Miss Gerlnide, and Mrs. B.
B Metcalf of Saginaw, are vIslUng
Mr. and Mra. W.
Chapman of Nil
street
Mre.
for Detroit where sbe will
operation in Huper bospHnl.
was accompanied by Mr. Kelley and
Dr. Rosenthal Thompson.
Mrs. J. O. Johnson left on the boat
last evening for Chicago where she
will remain until September. Sbe will
then return here for a short Urns prepuatory to spending tbe winter la tbe
sooth.
C. R. Everett and Ed Lautner leave
tonight for Kalamazoo, where they
will attend the races. Mr. Everett
on a soil hunt for a good racer, and If
be finds something that suits him,
will no doubt purchase.
The feflewlng guests were register­
ed at the Park Place yesierday and
today :Mr. and Mrs. C. B. SUckney
of Detroit. Mra. Goodlellow also of
Detroit. Miss Jennie L. Lott of Louis­
ville. Ky.. Mr, and Mra. J. U Floyd of
todisna|<olie and G. Knowles of DeIrolU
Mrs. N. 8. fltntton of Bellairc pseted through the city this morning on
ber way to Old Mission for a vtalt
with her parenu. Hr. and Mrs. Chaa.
Zang. She was accompanied by ber
daughter and son, Clara and TiRsey.,
who spent the night to the blty with
friends.
T. J. Elton ef MoiritoM la In the dty
to the tnl•resfl^‘ot the M. A N. B. R.
R. to the ease of Anna Sleder vs, the
railroad company. He is the guest of
P. Eaton, a lumberman, who for the
past four yean bas bad a large busl-

DAIRY BRIEFS.
Feeding tullk loo cold or too much et
ne Ume will cause scours.
A half cupful of wheat floor and a
iw egg In tbr milk given to a calf
with ecoure will often prove eBectual.
Cows wUI t ary consIderaWy to tbe
amount of solids In ibelr milk and
Mpeclslly lo tbe amount of bntter.

be taken not to give In large qnantltlea. as6t Is very likely
ly to cans
canseeconis.
Too always need a dairy them
ter. but sspecislly at thia time c
year. There Is nothing bettor t
yon when tbe rallk la cool.
ipabflltles of cows and a prell
stop to their Improvement by bi .
A little grain wUI help even on good
pastore.

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c«n

feeding abould to done where tbe
calves cannot rcacta each orber'i eats
to sock them.
In dry tent mUklng we often find
cows with Short teats that raunot be
milked in that way. or a cow may bare
tender teats tbat will not submit to
ttalB style of milking. Again, we have
during Ibe spring and fall months ebapped and scratched teau that cause tb*
cows to kick. To avoid all this trouble
and yet keep within the rales of sani­
tary milking buy a five or ten pound
can of yellow vaaritoe. tvith this at
your totlk bench In an opeu box you
can make tbe cow't teats sound and as
soft as velvet
The fresbeutog belter can be trsaod
dally for some time before freaheotog
anointing ber teats and handling them
Id doing this you

other elloe arnuml ln-n- | know of
one other made jm-t iiip same. wl»b
same results. Anoibrr ibst did not
hare the lirusu com all the way op
because ladder whsu'i long enough
showed mold down to where t
coat was put on. I find the same
of stone Blloe. One near me boUl
year that was not given the I
coat spoiled In over one foot above
ground; after getilug Iwlow level of
tbe ground was all right. Another
thing In regnrd to stone stlos noted
waa where the walls were not smooth
there would be mold In the depressions
to wall.
In regard to freezing I can see m
difference between tbe stone and cEmcrete. but the concrete will thsw ont
much quicker. Now. to sum up, you
want a silo that is perfectly air light,
witb smooth walls, rorn put In In
right condition will keep all right,
no matter wbst material tbe
is made of. The only question
Which Is cheaper as well as the most
datable? I wouldn't keep cows wKbont tbe sflo.

will snbmlt to totog milked like a . _
cow. To use tbe vueellDC property,
take su amount tbe sixe of a been or a
brush off tbe udder, then snolnt the
teats with tbe vasritoe and milk tbe
cow. You will find that tbe teats hscome so soft tbat they can to milked
with tbe greatest ease. There will to
no soru.
tie qnes
for dirty milk?. Some eay If we ster­
ilize or pasienrlze all will be wsB.
the blolwrie urooerties
line?
______ _—
dilution of milk by cxcromeot. then klQ
tbe Iwictcrta by heal nnd swallow tbe
mlxtur-? Why not prevent rather
than cure? Tbe remedy, le elmpla
We sbjuld insist upon clean milk and
be willing to pay for it: encourage
and retiise
ti
---------and pra;,
tv of tbe man whose tnpply costs
4 cent I
knee and let tbe stovon )eam t
deanllnees Is an asaet and flttb a
heaTT toed to carry.-Cbiries Bnriagv

Test Atsseiation In Michigan.
Writing of the test assodaGon to
Michigan. Colon C. Lillie aays: A few
tanners In a commnnlty owmlnfl a sttfr
fldent number of ’cows simply msit
And oixaalse tmdw .tbe tows of tte
•tota. elect ofBeets and hire • «0B>
petsnt man to do tbe tostliig. ^ «•
toh
s be owns. It is desirableI to
have
gntBcieut nnmber af cows to tte asaoclatloo to tbat the expense will '
sxoeed 81 to 81» per eow a year. Tte
tester visits one herd a day. Hs terives In tbs afternoon, sees tbe eowk

tog a record with the farm«-. Tills
farmer then takes him and bis outfit
to tbe next farmer and so oe. He gets
to each farm every month so that
fanner bas monthly records eedi year.
At tbe end of the year tbe tester flgnrss np tbe yield of milk and bntWr
fst and the value of the same, tbe cost
«t feed given eacb cow and figures out
tbs profit or loss on eerii anlmsl to the
bsfd and furulsliee every patron
this complete record. Wbat datryman
afford lo be without tbls knowledge
ef bis dairy herd when ibe expense
will not exceed 81 or 81.f.n per o-w?
Buppoee a man sbould come t-> yon
sad tay ttiat be would 1ell yon jual
SXactly bow much profit you were maktog ee each cow for 81 or 81-fiO Woui
yen not think It a bargain to accept
(be propoMtleuT And yet tbls li Just
wbat a co-operative eow testing
etotioD ^en to every man.

Tbe kltcben bas a lot of odors which
rill not Improve the milk.
Every dairy utensil should be tbop
ongbly washed as soon sa emptied,
then riimed and well scalded with boUtog water. It. in addition, they can
have ■ good Pun bath In a sweet airy
place. BO much the better..
Select a dairy breed and stick by It
« sure It 1* a dairy breed.
Weeding nut the poor animals and
keeptof the good ones win soon buUd
1 herd.
Is better to wash the rallk out
the butter In the churn than to work
at on the worker.
It la Important to escertaln bow
lucb food It requires to keep tbe cow
tn good, tbrlfty condition. b«w mnA every morning,
morning. fables
Tables and scats
---- ----and
■■
food beyond tbls Is converted Into svsty oonvenlenea
0
provid^.
BDk and at
only St e
ty on flesh
Keep tbe calf pens clean and diy;
Calves never do well tn dirty, damp
qnartera.
It la earler to keep cows from getting
oert by firing the fences good beforeband than It la to break them of tbe
bed bshlt after they
tbe largeft

Fw Delegate to Co«stitatlODal CoBveai06m EIccllon
17,1W7,
-VOTE FOR-

CL.
DAYTON
Prosecutinf Attoraev.
LeeUnau Gnmt)’
for oae of the Odegatet,
27th Seoatonal Dutrict -

PRIMARY ELECTI N
August 13.1907

Two Days More!
Tuesday and Wednesday, of tke

JULYCL^UPSALE
ef yotmg belferi and drawing tbe tMts
a good form may be given to
to this organ, and tbe milk se
1 may to
letably tnereoaed

-msnstotKWoteasteto. »».8N»
idfdd.

_
Wnttog of tbe iUo to Hoaid'fi DaliF
man. a Wiseonxlo dalrrman uayi: My
ctmerete silo Is ten f«« to dlamete
toeide and tblrty-ooe feet deegi. bolds
about forty tons; total coet was M3
•M about fifty •toy*’ >«‘>«'. *U of
which waa done by mynelf.
Now, in regard to silage mokitiif
next to eenient, ! haven't tioen able to
find any yet and I-am wlijln two feet
of tbe bonom- Bilage next tbe eonerste U as good as. If ti >t bettor than.
to tbe cesicr and bas been all tbe way
down- WbIi 1* ell inebea thk* and
was given one cost of pure cement In­
side. applied wit', a brash like whttewsab. Nom I bare been obeervtog

weighs ber milk, i
tbs cost both night end morning. (

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