The Daily Eagle, May 10, 1907

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The Daily Eagle, May 10, 1907

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

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1907-05-10

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THE DAI

COUCHES

[(vj^E HAVB just received a big shipment of
couches, containing all the new shapes
'
and patterns of the season. If you have
been waiting to find a couch that is jiist the
^ghte<dor'to match your wall paper and car­
pet borne in and look our line over and make
your selectiori before the best 6nes have been
sold. We will hold it for you until you want it.

A good corduroy couch, filled with
A

75

all sted coustiucted couch, tow

QQ

An extra large cotich, 3 rows of springs
A Boston Leather Couch, full »e,-all
rted construction, at___________

Vwef tP

Jlcneaher, yotr crt^ it good.

J, W. Slater

WILLIAM CARR FELL ON HIB WA^
HOME PROM NEIGHBOR’S
AND BOON £XPIREO

Satisfactory Dressing
U) the ni*D whu ii. tai.lia!ous Id
bin iDStc. c«D slwa>» be atlalned
when his'/unilAbin^ ere vboeen
at oar* store. We cater to the
loaD ofreSoeDCDt in All the little
accessories of dress that proclaim
tbi- geDtlqnaD in-Tics. Eoder.
wear. Sucks. Sbiru aDd^uspen^crs Id the lateat styles and at
prices to suit all purses.

4 HOYT,

tinioa St aolhters

Stnltti-Realty Co. Have Some
Fine Bargains In
Real Estate.

Farms lor
Sale
Let us repair and enlarge your bouse.
Prompt and courteous treat­
ment to all.

Smttli Realty

Company
Office Telephone 32.

Floyd SmUlt

Mmnao*'

Residence 2«0.

Cliotce Oxfords

EH KcaiBHi Gfeflfltiaias
Had CemplalAed of Severe Pain
HIs Left Arm—Physiolan Pro-.
- nounced It Heart

(Spwlai to the Dally Bagle-)
Kingsley. Hay 10-—WlUain Can', an
old reHdentot Hodge, a hamlet
inilea sonth and east of Klnnley,
passed away suddenly this mortliis.
He had been to one of his nei^bors
and while there complained of a eepaln in his left arm. Ue dciwted for tome about S o'clock and
before reaching the house. He was
carried In and laid <m the oonoh, but
never reeovorod conselouanees, expir­
ing In a very short Ume.
A physician was sumtBoned but Ur.
Carr was dead when he arrived and
eart taltnre was given as the cause.
Mr. Carr Is survived by a widow.
They had no children. The conple
have lived in their present, lu^on
number of years and are highly reiWul 50

EHERiCYW
DUIH|HfFICIBIT
30,OM
LONGSHOREMEN
HAVE
. ENOUGH TO LAST THEM UN­
TIL NEXT WINTER

wii mill oin ID II uiT
■Teamstere' Union Will Cc^>perale ;
-^^vvy Vooiel In New York
Harbor Will be -

(Special to th« Dally Eafito.)
Lanaing. May lO^t the cbto af
,B1 a head for the eemt^nuel' appre- M. W. WILBON SENT BULLET Btpriation ef the pHmery echoel msney,
TO.HI8 WIPE'S BRAIN,
there is B746A26 to be epporUOned. ef
KILLING HER
which Gratis Trwveree eeimty rwcelvea
S6.316A0. .The next
October, gives a et
iiu wlH be about
three tlmea later. La«t year the sp­
it wae 'BIT per ewdti.
Thto Morning He ftelumed Heme Intexleated, Pelewed Her «e the
Bldcwelk, Where He
Shot Her.
GladncM.
Kelikaeka. B2.2S3: Leetanaw, BBAM;
Mentotee, B3.142; Wexferd, $6,059.
(Specie! to the Drily Eagle.)
(Special to the Dally Bagie.)
Kalkaska, May 10^.
Wiloen
Madrid, May 10.—The queen today
of South Boerdman fatally tfiet hto
gave birth to a son and heir to the
wife this morning at ID o^oek, the
Spanish throne. It to the first Ume la
woman
dying
at
noon.
The
bullet
en­
ly years that the first ^Id of the
tered her head behind the oar.
king has been a male. ^ soon as
HAD DOMESTIC TROUBLE.
the sex of the child was made known
The couple .have had domaetle trduthe populace were noUOed bf Uie sa­
lute of 21 guns from the palace WINTER SPORTS WILL TAKE THE ble and title morning WMaon returned
home after-a rather prolonged abeenee
groun^.
PLXcfr^F-i|6UAL PRCMRAM
end
It to alleged in an
Important Ceremony.
dWon. Mra. Wilson kspt a greesry
------_ANO FIREWORK4
The birth’ of a son to Uie king to
Btere and the family Hvs ht the iffifollowed by one of the moet Important
per story. Wilson went up etalre and
ceremonies. The young child Is
be^n quarreling with hla wife, it la
placed n a huge gold plate and proasM. Mto. Wilaon then went down
seated to the fsiher. The king, then
accompanied by many functionaries, Expense of the Celebraticn Will be stairs and wae standing in front ef the
store on the walk when her husband
walks down past a long line of amhasTaken From Freeh Air Fund
ehri her. he having followed her dawn.
aadore to where the prime minister
by City Clerk T. H.
MURDERER IN JAIU
etands, and says "This 1s a prince'
Shertff Sherwood was ImmodiafeMy
Gillie^
.'ong live the prince." The child to
notified and went to S
hen taken to the notary of \he pal­
■Inging
ace, where.the sex, date of birth and
The Moon man thinks we ought to
long line of aneeeuy ia registered. celebrate thia Vear and a whole lot of clock train and lodging him In JalL
Throe children, aK young, were al
daUng hack 550 years.
other fellows think eh. too. and the heme at the time ef the tragedy.
Elaborate Wardrobe,
probabiliUes
re than 100 women have been will look after the sports and otter
busy for months fashioning the gar- (ntertalmnenu, which will be quite
nieulE for'the llUle stranger who has ont of the -ordinary and the affair will
of the most magnlficMt ward­ go down In history as one of the
robes evM- provided. The bapUsmal unique' oelebrationB in the Grand
VELER HAS ACCIDENT EHrobes will be the game ones that were Traverse region.
ROUTE TO KALKASKA
by King Ali>honso.
Not toterthan T: 35 a. m. it toespoeted
•V^body will be up and have tte'r
Mra Orrln glys of F
fire* well started.
Detained In Gr«nd
(Contlnoed on Page Stx.)
Rapida
CITY AND COUN'hf TO BE HELD
NEXT WEEK
(Bpedal to tte Dally Bagla)
r Kalkaska, Jlay 10.-4!rs. Orrln Slyo
EASTERN STARS HAD FINE TIME was dn bee w from Pensaoria. FU.
Union Meeting Will be Held a
to Kalkaska to vlalt retatlvea sad ttU
AT KALKASKA '
Opera House Sunday

mi nrHiMi HOI

FlDWaiS WEIE B»Dm

wAirs
iilRUG STORE

Rowland Douglass
Bboe store opp. WhlUoKBeiel

THE
FOOTPAD LAST
Are you bard to fit.^
Have you any corns?
Do your feet eet tired?
. You ought to wear the
Crawford Shoe, made on.
the Footpad Last
It's sure comfort tvtr>j thno.

lumiBi III ^tin,«. I.
las Fittgerald of Thto City and Cad­
illac Oecter.
Miss Irene FVxgerald. dauguier ot
Mr. and Mrs. .Thomas Flugerald of
62S Seventh street, was married last
Saturday evening to Dr. W. H. Ctolby
of Cadillac. In Sliver City. N. M.
The doctor went to Silver City last
fall owing to poor health and was so
much Improved Miai be decided to
make thai.placc bis future home, and
Mtos ntzgerald went there for the
puriiose of becoming bis wife.

Tij OUT new braid

Golden Sheaf Flour

“SKIDDOO”
ScOCA*.

BIRDSALL & OWEN
144 Fnmt Street.

. 55 cento per sack
L. R. STICKNEY

Fvr Oie New Style Klnta
See lOur Windows

mdWhedndi
SELLER OF GOOD

shoes

YOU DON’T FIND BETTER
FLOUR
no matter what price you pay, for
BE:SX Fi^OUR is made by
the most improved process from Mich-igan winter wheat and contains all
the goodness nf the wheat.

HANNAH fe LAY CO

iPBiWBiiaBaa

Boee.Gium uibi

I Ml W Ml HQ

IWO 3. S. CmilllMS

„..PURE....
SODA WATER

It is everytKng a drink
should be—cooling, re­
freshing, invigorating—
and it barms no one.
.We are talking only of
GOOIX Soda-rof Soda as
good as it can be. This
kind is the only kind
served at our fountain.

.Zr!

THE WAY WE WILL
CELEBRATE JULY 4

(Bpectal to the Dally Eagle.] .
ew Yoric, May 15.—With Uic coo|>entloQ of the Teamstere: union, the
30.005 longshoremen on a strike, ex­
pect'to tie up every vease) in the har­
bor and make the strike one of the
mbet eSecUve ever known in this
country. RloUng Is expected and hun­
dreds of police have been sent lb paIrol the* watbr front
Emergency Fund. \
President Connor of the^nioii
nounced today that they have an
■■Ruth" Will Net be Given Until emergency fund which has been
cumulalto$..foc^ eight years and. that
May 16. .
ll to -suOrientlto last until winter.
••Ruth." a caatau scheduled to have ••No." said'■h£y‘'we win not give in.
been given, this evening In Stotobei^'s but win bold out to the very laxL"
Giand by the* High -school, has been
1 Hay 15 owing t
absence pt Hiss Josephine paWs, the
aeoompanist. who has gone to Ann
Arbor to auentl. the May fesUTSl.
U will be held In the City opera Many Placed Aboirt the Bier ef Judge
Whipple.
house, as the Grand has another
traction booked for Hay 15. The e
(SpecM to the Daily Eagle.)
will consist of floe orchestra mu­
Kalkaska. May 10.—The fuienil
sic of 10 nemhers and there wUI be Judge ^Tilple was held this after
solos by Hiss Olive Dobson, Hiss
The flowers were the
Bloston Garland. Miss JnUa KeUy.: beautiful . ever seen In Kalkuka
8 a number of (aqulslte set
"Knth" is written 1
Arthnr Oaul
i l^e text U by Bdsrard
S ->«'''Pbs GttfW^li^llm'uwuty Shadw
school coDvenlioD will be held at Ihe
Out
BapUsi church Monday and Tueeday.
Cloth.
May 13 and 14, .and a very attractive
If you find the market news In
proK^ baa been prepared.
the Eagle {ntereeUng, tell your
The Traverse City Sunday school
neighbors about the paper. They
MWivemlon will be held at the Church
-of Christ Sunday attornoon. May 12,
as well as yourself.
ctineludlne with a union Sunday evenisslon at tile City opera hoi
Prank Welton, of Grand Rapids, for
Fine Sbda Water is the
luerly of u'.to city will give the ad­
dress Id the evening.
one perfect beverage.

.The ideal flour for particular bakers. The more
critical you are the more pleased you will be.
Makes bread that is creamy, light and nutritious.
Makes bread that stays fresh a long time. And
costs no more than other brands.

Till, a™. hM i dipUy o( Spring Oxlorft tlut wiU btect CT«y wonan in thU comtnunity.
-Wn lave lla bigot nnd bol Uiowing o( chok. riyie, to
bofonndintladty.
TWe'i not • good Dyk ol Oiloid oc Ta dat we ee not
di^yriyimplodavaiet,.
'

«»> •

MAJ

»•»»*»

Good potatoes are ^ bringing M. C
and BS cents at ths elUy market today.
Inferior stock It being bought at lower QUEEN .OIVE% BIRTH TO A SON
flguras. Ths bidding to lively and
ID HEIR TO THE SPANthere are many bucktng eentosta be­
IBH T-HRONE
tween the *uyer«. A tair number of
load! are being marite*^

tmin IS posim

THE'UOMEMAKER .

ffir.

miilHPIiniB.lffill; GREAT REJOilM
BmnHEnENinns 'ATAL SHOOTIHG AT
SUDDffl DEATH
H8MESJRIS13 CaiS
K,31(.NniUIIW
AT H0D6E TODAY
IH MAGRID.TODAY

WE ARE SHOWING

-A^o^^our couch, 27 in. by‘6 feet

9Mr m« MOfw^ «Mb



OI^T EDmOK. 4 P. K.

• TRAVKBSE CSTT, MICHlQAfe IBIDAT. MAT 10, iw7.

VOL. XV. ■ NO. 4378.

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EAGLE.





BROWNELL’S
ECONOMY

STOBE

S41 TOONX STREET

10c PAINTS
Our new KeaBy bUKCd I'ainU
have just arvired. They are in
tin eans pul up in the following
eolors: Black. White. Olive.
•Cream, Green. Lemoo Yellow.
Deep Amber. Sage Green. Pea
Green.
VermiUion.. Orange.
Bright Brown. OraJ-. Hole. In­
dian Red, Richltloe.BroDseGreen.
Olive Gray, Light Blue, Walnnt
Staiar Vanish etc.
Other new goods eonstentl.v
arrivlDg.

IBDMimCBSflEIll

i wore reeriTaS from Dr. Berth dt
Next MeeUng' Will be Held at Cast Grand BagUs aaylng that lira. mro.'
Jerdan-Ea.'votod te -ngp—nr inahi-nin It'it cOf. havW met
with an accident in which she W
eonle Heme.
broken two ribs and her right aim.
Dr.-ted Mrs. 8. A.
aqd Miss
At the annual meeting of the O. E.
S. of the Meguzee assotdation hrid in Ma Harland. Mrs. 81ye's"lta|RBBaw
Kalkaaka Wedueaday and Thursday
and attended b> a number of local
delegatee, who returned home last
evening, the loUowing officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
Presideut, Mrs. liu HUtman of Bellalre.
First vice president. Mra. Alice Palmer of East Jordan.
OWNED UP TO TAKING SCRAP
Second vice prceldent. Mrs. NflOle
IRON FROM T. C. IRON WORKS
Harris of Boyne City.
Secretary. Jennie Baoqn of Kal­
kaska.
Days In the DetroH HoBae
Tre^urer. Jennie TVorden Of Petofkey.
' of Corroetlen.
e next meeting of the aasoc
ivin be held next yearTn Bast Jordan
Lyman McNeU. charged •utth lar­
ceny. was brought before AmD F. Nerlinger. Judge of the'Recorder's oourt,
their treasury* to go to the Maaoolc
■ in Grand Rapids, Tlie tocal aa- today, and plead guUty, He was im­
mediately aentenoed to 90 days In tte
sodatlon also furelsbed a room
Detroit Bonse ot GorreeUon#
recently at a coat ol |76. ,
McNeil was charged with taking the
The local delegatee have nothing
at words of praise for Kalkaska and scrap Iron trem the Traverse City
the treatment given them and feri Iron Works, and after denying the
grateful to ColumhU chapter of Kal­ charge for a while, flnaUy owned np.
Chief of PoUee A«bton ferreted ont
kaska and also to the many citizens
, of whom were not Masons, but te ease with a wteetbarrow as a clue.
who showered bouquets and sweet­ After locaUng the Iron It was a qnesmeats on them just the same. The Uon a# to who was the guilty one and
local people will always have a tender it took some bard work on Us part
spot In their hearts for Kalkasklani. to Bx tte crime on the ri^t party.

LiMi vni nEU Min

inBUHinM MI

BotutfiRiscMnn

Genoral Bonaparte Will •TRUBLE HAS HIS WEATHER EYE
ON STRAY CANINES
Proeecuto.
(Special to the Dally Bagle.)
Washington. May 10—Attorney Gen. He it Also Watching for ths Ransway
- Chickens That Vlotota
eral Bonaparte aasounces It as bis
Iniention to prosecute the socailed
Harvester trust for alleged tIoIsUob
of the Bbenoan anti trust law.
Up te dele 106 dog Uomses bare
been token ont as compared to abeot
379 last year. They are steadOy but
slowly coming In and before many
more days have paased (te mrahar
Special Venire for Haywood Trial
wm be greaUy Increased. ,
Monday.
Dog Catcher Btnible wUl taka st^
round op all stray d
(Special to the Daily Bagla)
Bolsa Idaho, May-10.—When court and at the same Ume will tera a
adjourned yesterday three jurors bad weather eye oat for stray teldcans
which
are
damaging
prt^mrty. Ttere
passed. A special venire of lOO taleeIs an ordlnanoe novering thto.
wlll report Monday.
The dray men are sUU paylBf ttetr
Ucense of $8 for a double rig aad $•
Attend tl
for a single rig. To date a MB M
Ties have been Ucensed to M bte-Yeung Peoples' Dancing dub. Cri-.
d«y. May lOtt. HorsCs ae ‘
JUST RECEIVED
Horst’s B-pleeo oreteetre.
m
one thwsiid' roidei of pegaUr
nnalc to go at l*«
A. J. Brown, light-draylng; oftea
mU -Broac oornsr FToat and OIBa.
City News Stand. Citiaen'a photie
Attorney

TMIB JORUS SECeiED

taaS*'

may 7-UA_______ I________
Flfsi M. E. laffiea will

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THB DAILr BAOIk; nUDAT, MAY 10,1M7.

19ie Daily Essie

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■iliSiHNw

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fqwtrtX to foport any irro0«larttlt«
hitho oorvtooai omo.
Tho Dali; Bulo «U1 b« fosed on
MM «t «1M IbDoMlas plnev:
at;
tiwn Stud; at; Book etoro; B. X

L-TvBbnU'n. M
«t:X-^.W«nnn.'S
didpli ntnet Tor the

COM! NO EVENTS.
tU; 13—Week'! lund of McBi
Uie hn«oUBt attlnted 1)7 node'
Goapanj. Th« Grand.
MiM 22—*^0 Hidden |Und.” Ttie
Gnad.
Uv 26—“Bluebeard, Jr.," mualijal
coned;. Ttt Onnd.
Ua; S»—of the atraeta." The
Gmad.
JBse l-^>ortar J.jaaAu la “A
oP(d’a'ReTenge“ Ute^raad.
June 10-“Allee
b; tbe Fire."
moaleal corned;, He Oraad.
GOOD ftOAOd Oft BINDER TWINE.
Commluiener Earle’i bill to appro­
priate 1200,000 for the purpose of
ubllehlps a prison plant la the upper
penlnenia to uUllte conrict labor in
mlnlnc and cnuhlng trap rock for
the conetroctlon of -good roads, and
Goremor Wamkr'a bill to appropriate
3176.000 to esUbUsh a binder twine
plant In connection with the prison at
Jackson, appear to be running about
neckand-neck In the le^slature
their race to become laws, and K Is
rather unoertaln which. If either, will
reach the goal.
The binder twine bill paased the
house several da;a ago. and the good
' roads bill has Just passed Bie senate.
Both bUlB prc^wse to utilise convict
la^r. of which there Is an abundance
to'operate both. Both measures 1

prohabl; both be provided for b; the
l^alature.
The dppropriatlons ^read; made
and that of necesslt; must be made
for. the support of the various state In­
stitutions aggregate a very large snm,
and It U believed that the legislature
will not dare take the responsiblllt;
of maldog the neeeasai; appropriatioDs^for the Installation and operat­
ing of both plants. For this iuason It
is prob^le that onl; one of these bills
will became a law, and the problem la.
wbit^ one shall It be? / iVhlle, as we have
we believe
boih measures meritorious, we do not
hesitate to express our opinion thal
of the two the good 'roads measure is
of much the greatest Importance. The
binder twine plant would be of bene­
fit to the wheat growers of the stale
oniv. while the good roads bill would
benefit everybod; who has occasion
lo make use of wagon roads tor any
purpose, h) disposing of this matter
the legiatature should adopt the mot­
to of "Tbe-gre^t good to the great­
est nimiher.

In fact the decUIon of the court In
effect dlMolves the drug trust and
puU It out of bnslneM.

The Fourth of July'celebration for
1»07. to-be pulled off In Traveree City
prooriaas to ba tha Wggaat thing of tba
kind that baa ever been attempted b;
our peopla Tbe program la a fine
GRANT CENTER.
one. and we can aaeure all visitors
Gram Center, May 8.—Farmers’ are
from the aurrounding country «ho Liieinnp their spring work along;
are cordially' Invifasd to come Md ime have their oats and potatoes in.
os, Oiat.
Mrs. Emma Ramsey Is on the tick
»U
gram.wUI cone oB Juat aa advertised,
E. Champion lost a good cow this
Including many- other entertalcing week.
reatmea suited to-the occaaion.
Three carloads of goods arrived at
Karlin yesterday.
Jielrin. Paul of Dorr Center has
lK>ugbt Mr. B^d's farm.
Hazel Burrows U spending a
weeks with' relatives here.
U L. STEVENSON “SMOI^NO" I
Mrs. Charles Canute Is recovering
. THE BARBER CHAIR
froin a broken arm and wrist
F. Cleveland of Traverse City
d Cramatlop—Sheveu here this week working on hla place.
Hla Hand in Hi's Pocket and
Mrs. J. Howard has been Quite bad
with the grip for the last two weeks.
Relieved Cause.
The young people had a pleasant
iiariy :it Mrs. Johnson's last Friday
A Are occurred In Bert Winnie's
evening.
barber shop this morning about 6:3<>
Arthur Strickland, who had his leg
o'clock and the only damage 'was to
broken eight weeks ago.^ around on
L. 4i. Stevenson's pocket. Art Winnie
crutches now.
was woriUng over Hr. Stevenson when
bliss lizzie Dunn closed a aucceesfieri Winnie, who was working In Che
il term of school In district No. 4
next <^r. asked what was burning.
last Friday.
"Nothing,“ said Stevenson; "go on
Mrs. Alice Bigger is In Copemlah.
> work."
slaying some time and receiving med­
“I smell something burning, too.’
ical treatment
chipped In Art Winnie.
Miss Schneider, teseber in the
see smoke^mlng up from that
Canada school, visited her friends in
chair." yelled Bert
[.Ake Ann Satjirday ud.Sunday.
■ ••That'# right" »ald Art and he
D. W. Connlne and wife have moved
commenoed pulling tbe towel from his
iown lo their resort at Green lake.
patron's neck.
doctor has * fine new gasoline
By that time Stevenson began tu
launch.

see eoaietbing was doing and shoved
dr Hinl Mrs. H.-Blssard have been
bis band Into Us pocket, but It came
help care for their father, J. Blsout quicker than It went It. and then
sard. «'ho has been seriously it:
he made a lively scramble to get out
some time.
of the chair and at the same Ume
The Grawn rural telephone line Is
commenced whipping the fire out.
nearly completed as far as the Grant
sparks dropping- to the door.
hail. We are ali anxiously wait' Mr. Stevenson was given the merry
log to nave' our phones pul In:
ba! ba! by all In tbe sbop. as he was
Several pupils from district No. 3
BO sure there was no Ore in the place.
Hi go tomorrow to take the eighth
grade eyamlnation as follows; Uxzie
Winchcomb. Mabel Canute, Dorcas
and tulu Glbba. Blanch Davia and
Seymour Menries.
Penalty.for the Asasult on Arno H.
Fposh.
OSBORN.
Ernest -Rathburn was arrested last
Osbo(B, May. 8-—Talk about yotir
night and brought before Amll F. Ne<- good old summer time, but wouldn't
finger. Judge of'the Recorder’s court, Tuesday take the cake? Tbe little
on tbe charge of assault and batter.v. birds wore singing “Good-Bye. 'Miehland plead guilty. He was assessed
gain I must leave you for a warmer
to pay a fine of 36, which was prompt­
cltiuaic''
ly paid.
Mrs. Fred Beeman Is numbered
Amo H. Prosh brought the com­
with tbe elek at this wrtUng.
plaint against Mr. Rstbburu for tbe
Joseph Albrecht aud family spent
assault which .took pli
Suiidity at Joseph 'Sherwood’s.
nl^L Frosh, as a result of tbe en<»unM. n Beeman of Lakeside resort
ter, had a very bad eye.
called on friends at Ortiorn Tuesday,
airs. W. H. Beeman of Oeborn was
Traverse aty visitor Monday .and
AMUSEMENTS
Tuesday.
^
Mr. and Mrs. George Cook and "soa
The Great McEwen Coming.
"There are more things in heaven Harrj- went to Wexford this moraii
and earth than are dreamt of In thy for a short stay..
Lawrence Deeidng Is the possess
pblloeophy. Horatio,” and after wit­
nessing a performance of the giwat of> new driving horse which he pur­
chased this week.
McBweo and his company one Is
James WUson and family of Ovlatt
pelled to exclaim, -"Will wonders
never -cease?'
McBwen's entertain­ ere the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ment Is unlike the entertainment of sher Atkinson Sunday.
Tl'nmias.j>eerlnB. Jr., and Miss
any other magician, hypnotist or ml^d
reader in that one evening be per-, Francis Albrecht were the guesu of
forms the most diScult, elaborate and the former's parenU Sunday.
Mis. George Zelglcr of Lakeside re­
complicated feats of each.
Tbe mysteries and wonders of the­ in was tbe guest of her daughter.
osophy and spiritualism, which Mr. .Mrs. Fred Beeman. Tuesday.

ILilSimill BIfM

MIHIIIIIHI PUD FIDE OF IS

1 auul^ifeRUG TRUST BUSTED.
The drug imat. which hat' been In
o|>eratlon only a few monthi, has been
perpetually enjoined from eontlnalhg
Its operations by a decree Of the
United 8Utee Circuit court for the
district oSiIndlana.
The defendants named by the
pialnant. the United States govern­
ment. nl^ety-two In number, are
members, oBcers. agents and attor­
neys of the National Aaaodatlo

ence which witnesses his t
ment in the esploltaUon. by him of
giany of their most subtle discoveries
Supported by a company including
several well known vaud%<
tbe great McBwen comes to the Grand
opera boose one week and Saturday
matinee, commencing Monday, May
13. Ladlea free Monday .evening.
- A NARROW ESCAPE.
G. W. aoyd. a merchant of Plunk.:
Mo., had a narrow escape four yean
ago, when he ran a Jlmson bur Into
hU thtmb. He says: "The doctor!
wanted to ampnUte It but I would
not consent I bought a bos of Bucklen*! Arnica 6alv« and that cured the
dangerous wound." 26c at S. B. Min­
t's Md Johnson

The EQuiTABtE Life
Assurance Sdciety
or THE UNITED STATES .

IM nOAl»WAY. NEW YORK.
PAUL MORTON. Pra.

Tlie ElnterprlsIng IVlan
Is OB\ha lookout fqr a good isveetmeotT-aomei
which will be beoefldal to himself, his btisinesK
ie the man who has a .poUqy with the BQU
BL.B UPE^ U wU«ai all have received a—^

SQUARE DEAL
who have honght of

DEGEiV

Neighborhood
Correspondence

. OMENA.
Omi-na, Mar 8.—Geo. Anderson it
sick Id bed with a bad cold. Earl Brumley of GUte Pier Is
with pneumonia. Dr. Evans of Norl
port Is In attendance.
Carrier No. 1 from Omena bad
sick horse en the ronte yeeterday and
ad lo hire another to finish the trip.
The schooner Ottawa brought
cargo of baled hay for A. F. Andei'
and Is loading cordwood for Ra­
cine. Wia

STATE NEWS
IN BRIEF
Kaieva—Articles of Incorporation
wUb cpaital atock at 33,600 have bean
Issued to the Union Store oompaay.
Baldwin—This dty la to have a
•w bank, a new I. Q. O. P. ball,
•w Ilrcry stable and a new business
block.
Ellsworth—For the first time in the
history of this village there wRl be a
high school commencement Iberc
« four pupils to be graduated.
Lansing-—Alfred C Lana, ntate geologist of Michigan, haa been Invited
Washington-to attend the naaonad
meeUng of geoiogteta. The
will be May 20 and 2L
'Fetoskey-~-A resident of this dty
who has been spending the winter In
Florida, has written home to have
her lawn mowed. She ahould have
directed that the ddewalk be k^t
tree from anew.
Alpena—Hra. Zoe Potvln, aged 82,
1 old reeident, who fell dt a ddeslk while retnnlng from dturoh,
of the brain, ts
dead She did not regain oontdousOne eon survlvaa.
«kwood—Former Ueut Govern­
or Strong has decided to rebnUd the
large fiouring mill-and elevator which
were burned on Sunday canning aloes
of 376.060 with only 18.000 Insurance.
ThU wUl malm the fourth'time he hat
built on that dta. Hr. Btraeg u
76 yeai^ot aga.

l-"sln»-The well
•*
LauIQB Brewing co struck an Utodr vein of «oal, at a depth of
feet Tbe coal u of gw»« Q0*“»^ of it was used lo
room bnreed very
.cUnkors.
Reed City—The Big Rapids district
tmmpmeetlng wm be held In Rlver>
aide park, this dty, from August I to
IL A large tabernacle w.J be built
This will be tbe twentJetb aanlvertary
of these meetings and several «« the
praaont
Csdillsc—Ellon
»on of O. L. Darts.
glsL committed luldde Tuesday njght
shooting himself through the/tod^
He bad been suffeting from or­
ganic heart trouble for many months,
b«ng eonfined to his bed for the past
few weeks, and was rapidly nearlni
death.
Battle Creek—The mail
boat
"Alen” which plies Gull Lake, has
been ordered Into service, to begin
June 14. This Is one of the first In­
land Uke routes estsbUsbed In the
etate. with a convenient mall service.
The boat tSles the entire ehore of the
lake stopping at every landing twice
each day.^
Lansing—The apporttonment of pri­
mary school money, which wlU be
made on Fridv- trUl
at. the rate
of 31 per caplte. There Is to be apporUooed 3749.326.
Of Ihto sum
Wayne county will get 3U0.217 and
Kent 339.000. The next apportionment
of primary ecbool money will be In
October, when the rate per capita wilt
be between 33 and 34.
Port Huron—The cold weather and
backwardness of the season has had
Quite an effect upon bird migration In
this s^on, All birds are about
lo three weeks behind their usual time
of arrival. It Is also noted by bird
students t^at the robins and other
birds are not making' tbelr-'uostsTbefe are many nnusnii conditions
In bird life Just at t^ present time.
Alpena—Mldde Robarge, a wealthy
young man ol this -tfity. Is asked for
320,000 damages by Miss Gertrude
(Porter, a prominent young woman ol
Wdw^ for alleged breach of promise'l'- Stfe also makes other charges
BgalW him. Miss porter says that
-Robarge began to pay attentions
her last August and continued until
February.
SL Ignase Covered with moes of
ages, the .mil! stone used by Fr. Mar­
quette and the early Jesuit mission­
aries in -the seventeenth century, has
been discovered. The ston
sidered valusbie and will probably be
sent to some museum, it Is
three feet In diameter, four Inches
thick 81 the rim. 10 Inches thick
tbe center and weighs 270 pounds.
Muskegon—Tbe Verde antique mar­
ble depoeim. afar UhpemlDg. wbleb
for eevera]< yeare have been Idle, will
be worked soon, a new company, the
Michigan Marble company, having ac­
quired the property. The marble is
green with red' and white etripes.
The deposit was located years' ago by
Julian M. Case, who spent a fortune
explolUng It, but without sncceas.
Petoekey—Tbe city council dead­
lock was broken Tuesday night by tbe
of all tbe republican aldennen.
fealoon bonds and other necessary bus­
iness was disposed of before the con­
tested election was brpbght op. Then
by a strict party vote of four to four.
H. A. Crull. republican was unseated
and Tred McMullen, dMnocraL was
elected. Crull was allowed'to vote,
taking a tie,-but the mayor cast tbe
deeldlng vote for UcHnIlen.

•ay aty-tfHhln tha next .sixty
days oonatndbm work wm. be Mar^
ed on the DetrdL 9Sr at; and^Weat-

^ llml*~* lain ssIom*- to one to
690 populatltm. «d pn the Ust omsus'
allows tmt Ilk dealers. The ootm-;
gave it as thalr optafam that the;
population has grow* to 6A00 had ap-j
proved the bond of John 'Wtiton, who
had bMn turned down. ThU may
take the matter Into tbe courts.
canaba—James McDonald, pumpat a etatlon on a branch rail­
road, was brou^t to a boepful aevenl day's ago, seriously HI. HU wife,
although bartng the care of several
children, took up hU work and did 'it
well until Monday, when her hand was
entsbed In the pump. Taking her 3months old babe In her anns, the
woman walked 12 mtlea to the main
line and stopping an ore train,
brought to the city, a distance of 40
iqilea, before her band could be prop­
erly dressed.
Both husband and
wife are now in the aame hoepital.

’W»/'0R®TS

Best Without Costing Most
ALL DBALBKS SELL THEM AT fl.M UPWAItOa
WMiKO^IMTCM

ttr-Sf* Sr*«8wap, *,

Have You
Heard
lUsl.lhe Corn C. H .r«l,n>o>,
M'iliDggeaaalMZSc U n-arij
-I't'onc'.' llsve yon bvar.l ilia,
yno van get Dried U,, f. iu«
Hum, Ihiileil Ham. Mioi-ed Hhiii
and IlacuD riiced jubi u, suit
yoo-’ Came and 8«c.

C. H. cJolinson
PbOBC SS8

7t2 H'adswMtt Street. Travetwe at;

ARGAND LAMPS.
CAL.L ON THE
What did Aigraud do tor tbe laiimp?
rhlcb

Traverse City Marble and Granite Works, 401
W.. Front Street, for Monuments and Markers.

tacts tbe fiame from 'ludden gusts of
Wind aud also creaict- a draft of air.
Just as tbe fire chimney creates a drafL
Argand's lamp was the drsi to Imve a
chimney. Ix>ok below jhe chlmoey^nd.
you will ree open pnseages through
wbkb air may pass ui>wnni aud find
Its way to the wirti. Notice furtber
that as this, draft of air inisse* upward
It Iseo directed jhai when tbe lamp
burning au exivii •luautiiy pt air pla,
directly upon the wick. Before Argand
the wick received no supply of air.
Now notice—and this ts very Idiportant
—that tbe wick of our modern lamp Is
fiat or circular, but thin. Tbe air In
abundauoe plays upon both eldes of tbe
amoke. Smoke is simpl.v half bura
panicleH tsooti of burning substan
Tbe particles pass off half hnnied be­
cause enough nir has not been suppUed. .Now Argand, by maklug
wick thin and by causing plenty ol
to rush Into tbe flame, thereby cat
It to burn witb a w bite flame.
After the Invention of Argand the
art of lamp maklug Improved by leaps
and by bounds. More progress
made In twenty years after 1783
and bener olU were used and better
wicks made, but ell tbe new kinde of
lamps were patterned after tbe Argand.—8. E. Foniian hi St. NIcbolBA
The Horae—A PistwrasqiM Relic
Tbe piciurcscTue -and romauiiv to go­
ing out of evety-tbing. Travel by land
or sesu agriculture, country life
must be aacriflceil to utlHiy. Tbe very
pwtnmes oar wires delight In. tbougb
taken Vram s flower labeled bottle, are
made from flowers no longer, bat from
tee byproduct of coal tar dletHlatJon.
We of tbe passing geiieratloD. writes a
correspomlect of the Rider and Driver,
heave a sigh and hope tbe “gee-gee"
wUl at least last our time, bat tbe com­
ing men must either go with tbe new'
order of things or be left behind with
the bone.

*~^b-can «ave.(agvi;l'b commissum by calling at the shop, whether
you bay from the tiuished work or desigOb. FIdcsI line of <lebignb crer eIiuwd. Priecs right.

H. D. ALLEY,



>

Proprietor.

ATTENTION FARMERS! [
j

By planting String Beans. Temple Foueb,
of' Hatches Crossing, made an aero of
ground vield $226. Why ca ;'t you.!’ Call
and we will tell you h«>w.

THE TRAVERSE QTY CANNING CO.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
• ilAYMAT
i STABTINC MONDAY. HAY 13TB
ML C P. W4U£lfRBERTS7K%CEiiT

McEWEN
.

SUPREME MASTER'

MA'GICIAN
l.-.-Otw DOLLARS INVESTED I«
ILLUSIONS AND MAVllCAL
EQUIPMENT,
WORLD'S TOEEMOST

If you find the market nevva In
' the Eagle Interesting, tell yeur
nelghbora about the paper- They

HYPNOTIST

' ae well aa youreelf.

HIGH CUSS VAUDEYIUE
SFECUL sipar
CIIANUE OF BILL NIGHTLT
Prices ISe. SSc.
I FREE
MuDday night »hen accom]ipanied-by a
asc ticket. Seale on -ule JmtnrMay ] I. at tbe box.office.

SIj'S

<&■

Rameses
Pongee Sitit
These are the solid color rouRh suiting
effect in the silks that are so much in
demand in cities this yesr. They are a '
soft silk with the rough suiting appear­
ance. Come in all the wanted colors,
27 inches wide,

75c yard.
BlackMks at the

Old Price
Notwithstanding tbe sharp advance on
s>lks [about 25 per cent] we still own our
silks at tbe old price, which means that
you can bpy black silk bere cheaper than
yo|U can buy the name quality where they
did not buy before the advance.
yd.,
^tafZjSfardZa. Stamers.^ Narrow»na leu.
We handle the famous black silks—
“Moneybak,” “Bonet” and “Skinners.”

4

JT’S easy dnough to gel clothes wilh “style" . lo them— both
in design and fabric.
But it is NOT easy to get clothes
that have both styfe and quality that assures petmahcnl vjue.
There are very few tailors that make clothes well, and only a
half-dozen reputable bouses that make clothes that you can absolutdy depend upon, or that WE would sdL
For the moderate priced clothes, good enough for any man,
we recommend to your favorable cemaderabon om SniCERTTY
CLOTHES, which wai give you the greatest sati^action in fit. in
style and wear value.
.

$10, $12.50, $15, $18^ $20
F-ROISIT

id E WILHELM

V' ■

C'UUllMBt.
t
T. AnyFlajwWtlOlittCMgaiajjjcit
I ni a paw Miall aot he. tonetiH nntil
I bo has taken two ■tops. «xe vt. bowI ever, to inch esaa lAeM ao. owKmssi
aaarer to Ua ttta two
when te can^t <te baa
I Only one pUyw on ehier side
they srlU put t^ a twttar elaas ot ball
shrll be allowed tha.puot
than last year. .
3, A pass which Uts Utu gvTHind
The first gams ot the seaaog for
this tbfipi wlU be played next Sonday without anyone (Mdlng It ahal] go to<
at Buttons Bay. Buttons Bay has the tho otter side at Oat poiul sod be
basebsO fever in a wir bad form and put In play as at the beghmlng af the
has raised over fiSW to support what game. '
they Intend to be the strongest team
jii. A muffed or fumbled punt goes
they hare ever had.
to the Other aide os the spot wbera
The Koenig Indwatdents have
Abe muff or fumble ooeutred.
cood season before them and they ex1. The rugby r«l« appl yiq regard
peef to mate the moil of it. They
kicks and- In seorlng, arc in re­
pact to begtai the eeeeon by lowering gard to all foul play, ouch as tripping,
Buttons Bay's colors Sunday.
hatting the ball, etc.
12. No player on the side which tea
)t iwsseslon of the ball^hali by
sign or sound attempt & deceive the
paiwr into throwing' the hall
or to any of hfe side.
icouraged
by thtir showing 'is. A fonl made anywhere outside
against Dartmouth in spite gf adverse' of the 26-yard line enUtles the other
imstanoet. Harvard tra^ athletes
try at a field, goal frmn
the opponents
line up
as In rugby.
14. If a foul occur Inalde the 80-yard
line the other side shall attempt to
If the records of the Crimson ath­ drop kick. In this ease the ball shall
letes at the Dertnottth games and be snapped back to the kicker from
those ot the Bll men In their recent the spot where the foul is made, the
.........- lining up three yards'back
spring gamoi be any criterion. Har­
vard would win about 2 to 1. but In of this polnL
niere shall oe m delay in puttheir meet the .Tale athletes did not
exert Ihemeelves much becanse they tiog the ball Into playonly competing ' agalnet men
Eleven men are on a aide.
from their own college. Still the
cbancee are considered to favor Har­
Short Sport items.
vard elightly stout 60 to 44.
Pifuburg team seems.- to be
Harvard undergraduates In "doping vastly Improved In base rufinlng over
out" the outcome of tb^ meet, figure last season.
. \
a Crimson victory by something
Jake Beckley claims to-iave caught
like 60 points to 44.
23.000 base halls during Ms career as
a firrt baseman.

SPORTING NEWS IN GENERAL

WORKING lljaiD
fonmPEiST

be the moat kaportut ablr «( tfeo
rear in a loeai way. It win not onlr
be the flrdl outdoor track meet bald
tble year In the Unlreralty town and
on the new field, but will
a b.
for the team that will represent Mich­
igan In tbo eaalem Interetrileglatat in
u.jSf m. •♦ar»ity meet will be June.
All this week a squad of at leaat SO
'-HELD TOMORBOW AFTERmen bare been out In track aolta, the
noom on ferry FIEUO ,
new men- trying a turn at one t*»"t
or another, while the old boys west
Ibroiiidi their work with a syatematio
never quit siiirit.
Johnny Carrels, in whom UiebtgaB
has placed its hopes for at least 13
jioiiits in the intemolle^te. ran
Bi0 Meet Will be Sole Reward
some low hurdles for the first Uma
for Winning Athfktoo at
.vesterday. and so great was his spaed
Ann Arbor.
and form that Klupatrlck waa heard

iHEsnE.iiinDuniiui

Aim Arl'or, Mfch., May 10.—The
■vaxity meet, wbicb will be held
Iii.imiw afiemoou at Ferry field, will

^Strengdidi^
Your Lungs
cough ot s banginf-on cold' 1
eskeos your lungs, .aod tbe
j stfaiBpwu^Dlhemofteo
bears serious results t
Ulcron. Uyouaresuf- f
^ fering from a cough, f
eongesied cold
or pain in the
chest, relievo
• the strain on
your lungs(o«

DR.D.JAYNE’S
PECTORANT
This eld and
well-known
remedy re*
iievea Coughs, '
Colds end
W C oogeations, ^
and tooea an-d
the lunga. .
'* Ecpectoiant baa
e recognised nmedy
f far- Coughs. Colds, Croup.
Whooping Cough, Bronchitia '

••
'ofllyeai*.

icalarlr S«4

I ihat Tate he'will certainly make
yiiie of those eastern cracks b
I the 220-yard hurdles."
Freshmen cannot compete this year
at. the intercollegiate, so the first year
are training for the D. U. B. dual
meet May IS. Barle Smith of Detroit
lit for the high 2nd low hurdles,
and after a little 'varsity training
ought to make a fast man over
stocks.
* Arthnr and Patterson, old D. U. 8.
track men. are out working again.
Trainer Fllziiatiidi is coaching Ariliur with great care and Is 'trying to
Kire the hoy some Ralph Rose-Bill
Coe form.
Pattersmi Is training over the high
hurdles in hopes of geiting«lhe scalp
Ciipi. Torrej- of the D. U. 8.. who
holds the iiresenl Michigan iuten
lusilc record of 16 seconds, held the
•ar bofoee by the V, of M.. man.
The freshmen aggregation ebqulrt
sUffened up
'rules GOVERNING

tihihavcahard time winning over the
THE LATEST GAME—
while Go^B arm was belug rubbed
ISIinwood luds. as the first year men
BASKETBALL-FOOTBALL • In the doelog stages of their match,
have nn extra strong team this year,’
ad to that lays bis defeat
and the D. U. S- team is unusually
The Supreme court has put the lid
1. Tile dimensions of the field Shalt
weak, due to the loss of the men now
be 35li70 yards, with regulation goal on the boxing plan In New York It
the U. of M. freshmen team.has
been flourishing mildly in the
posts at either end^The halves shall be 16 minutes form of club bouU. though the clubs
ere mere subterfuges.
each or as by arrangement
Abd Arbor, Mich —The Ann Arbor
3. Play shall be started from the
center of the field by a pas» i,r a Fly and Casting club has decided to
WILL PLAY FIRST GAME SUNDAY kick in either dlrecUon; no plmrer on' hold a tournament on Memorial day
- AT 8UTTON8 BAY
the side that has not possession of and will engage an expert from Kala­
the hall being 'allowed irith'n ten mazoo to give an exhibition.
Muskegon. Mich.—Grand
Rai<ids
That Place Has Raised Over $2M to yards of the passer.
4. T%ere shall be no restriction asi Hl^ steool has postponed the dual
Support Their Team and Town
• j the poslUon of the plaj-ers-on either track meet with Muskegon Kish,
It Baaeball Crazy.
si«*e. except as provided for in :li6so which was set (or Saturday, and in­
stead will compete at the Northwest­
rules.
Koenig's Imleiiendenls have organ­
6. If a player who has the ball In ern university annual lnterscbola.<!Uc.
ized for the season and Charles Koe­ hU possesrion is then touched by a Grand Rapids and Muskegon will com­
nig will again manage the team.
player on the other side, .be ball pete here May 18.

K0ENI6 iND[PEm$ mm

Bwslek Ssllera.
Bailors get seasli-k as Usdsmen do.
ft ts -n funny and gratl^Ing sight to

.

. ... jto No.^L Fort

T, bstb:

•Dr. K^s M«y I

•9. or be trill get
in changing also pertormad a a
host Captains cdpient consnmptlcm . for my i
from a barge to a smalt
s
UtUe wife. The first bottle wAiM tbi
pilot hosts are frequently upset by tbs rfble ooagh. and t2ds aotanlk
sharp, quick motion and become HI the other symptosv >«Ct OM by
amid Oiq^langbter of all hands.—Phil­ nntU she was ^rfeetty wea
Khtgfi New Dlsoorery's puwsr
adelphia Bnll^n.
eonghs end eoMs Is simply ma
No other
snwdy bte enr
equalled'lL FHIIy goaiw
tON'T PUT IT OFF LOHGEt
& Miner. 8. B. Walt *
Johnson Drug Co., dmggUU. kOeate
Get Rid of that Indigestion
$1.00. Trial botOe-tiM.
by Using MLe.na.
Either through slaclmeas .. ___
First M. e. Iteiee wrtM mH hanw
lesueas hundreds ot pe<s>ie slowly
baking
^Jneksen'a, Saturday.
poison themselves by chronic indiges­
tion. ^y neglecting to

'OBITRBTS.

^

OR. Ik h^WXumM.

^ “XST

. ___

Enamellngandrepalrlng,811 Front BL

bad t»ste in the mouth, coaled tongue,
apecte before the eyes, aleeplesuess.
nervous troubles and the
symptoms ihat are the direct result
of Indigestion.
The wsmt of a perfectly sate yet ef­
fective case for indigestion and stom­
ach troubles In their many forms was
felt up to tEe time of the successful
They quickly cure the worst_______
indigestion and the pain and distress
irtildi are often felt after meals dis-,
days—eneb is
le old-fashioned medicines for
storaacb troubles merely digest the
food, while Hl-o-na strengthens the dl-

falls to cure.
Letter to Mr. C, Manville,

Trave'ree

BtM

RaamB7.

A. J. MePBAflU, ErnTm.
Rtoma a«*r JahnaoWa Drag Btw*.
CttiMU PboM fiSM Hgpa aiMT

NOTICE
All chicken owners are hereby b
fled that chickens are not all«pnd to
rmrat large from April let to Novem­
ATTORNEVa.
ber let, aod any found not enclosed
during those dates wlU be looked after
PRATT A DAVJC. ATTOHWBIB.
Twvaraa
mty
SMa fiwfk MWi«.
by the city poondmasUr.
thtM finer, smta tll-tU
4-M7
may 8-tf
W. G. Stiuble.
LESTBS D. WBLCa,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OoDaOUan Work a SpaaWty. Wttk
Dafiarvood A DaUgr, Sotteclaafi Stk.
‘U-fiT
MTEOPA-WV.
AlOL W. ttmuSOKB, CAWXm.
•laaaytaLMn. CIS Bttta B^MBMlas. OBiaal ptoa fiSC. flMT
40M«r Wllhalm 'BtortL "'phwli*' 482.'

T>iRECTpRV

MnCELLANBOUa.
PHYBICUMB.
MONBOB A McWBTHl.
DR. M. B. GWKfRT
Phyelelsn and Burgaim. (HBee. 117 Oaiwral tiwriaaa. Rail BMata ate
iteBwr
MfitnJ? m wmitebtt
Cast 8L Cltx. phone 7fi0, S itB0 atuer
floe, 8 rings reeMsBM, 8U Wabrat
street.
MM1
BAWT B. MABMBB.
DR. L. eWAKKHf.
Office over the PMple^S BevInfiB BSik.
Both pbonee.lOt.
1 * **

'x.sus.rxjrsss
JOHNR. BANTO
lis, Tnftm City.

ar Sir;^ Mr. Frank Robinson, Ti­
tusville,. Pa., bought Devoe with a
10 the eye and ear. aiasaae fitted.
good deal of feeling against the whole
tribe of mixed paints. Our agents
DR. & L. THIRIST,
there. Mesnss. Kernochan & Ca, got
Special AtunUen te OisMeae ef ChUhim to do iL He says;
drwL Boom 4M Statn teak bM
' am more than pleased with the
lug. Both ptense,
1««T
I had onc-tblrd of the paint left
I know of several other Jobs, a'
DR. W. B. MOON. BPBG1AU8T.
year old or more, iiainted with Devoe,
that are n-earlng well.
hat a pity we have to all go
l-l-W
tgh the same school to find ont
what paint to put on a house! Exper­
teBAH T. riRABR, M. D.
ience teaches. Isn't there gny easier
Office with Or. O. C. Chase, «IBt*
way to learn?
Bank block. Bott pbonea. tfiUr.
Y'oors truly.
Residence. »4 West BUhtb street
F. W. DEVOE * CO.
Cits, phone 7B1.
S-17-07
.New-York and Chicago.
Chicago Art Decorating Co. sells
DR F. J. MACNSrr.
ur paint.
Practice limited to Eye. |tar. Ncm end
throat and fitting glassss. Ofdee
DAILY EAGLE WANT AOS PAY.
W2 7WDhelB bkx±. Cittseu pT

Boys

WANTED
Oal Wood
Factory,

U-BM

W, N. MILLAHD- PxMw
Thirty YMfi EapartanaA Now Loeat.
ad wttk Ortnaail Biw. US Praet BC

1-xer

MARK CRAW.
Tninte, ParaMa aad Liflbt DrtyM»
lABva «rdan at caiy
C. a OAMTM. ABBTBAOn.
OBlea wttk O. P. CafYar A B»«, Na.
S07 & Pteat atraM
1-1M7
OOU O. M. MOBSB
Tte Ptelaf Aateiaiir af AfMfi
Tfaaaraa Ooaaly. OMea ISO ■. Praat
fitiaaL Trafatw OByM-M

DR. HOLD8WORTH
Johnson's Drug fitere. BpioisI AHoe
tloB to Bye. Bar. Noes and Threat

Ter ar Orwni

endAosldeaL fnlimrlty bwds twBiabed. Piotaotyearaotf ifflsteMB-

ilgagfiss?

The Haimah & Lay Mercantile ConmiMi

teffla Combin
I I

CREAM
SEPARATOR

^ For many years tlie U.-^R. Separators have been tested tin[der all conditions, and have proved to, thousands of satisfied
7 users that they are the best machines of their kind. There
VC good reasons for their superiority.
The U. S. skims cleaner than any other separator because
die milk is skimmed three distinct times before leaving the bowl.
All parts of the machine are Strong, simple and easy to get
BL The gears being entirely enclosed ve protected from dirt
and dust. The bcwl having^only two simple parts inside is
easily and quickly washed. The whole machine is very'light
mng because the working parts run in oil, and are ucuraiely
;ly 1II«UC
made dliu
and fitted,
llllCTl,
Nooth.---------------Other separator■--has all these
-------^-----------advantages. The •'
U. S.
'•*'is
the
.....cream
m separs
>arator lor you to Guy. See one for youtsdL
They ve sold by

Three pieces afi In <me. Corset Cover, Short Skirt and
Drawer. Tlie advantages ot this Suit are that it does
away with three sfr^s at the waist and over the
hips and reDlaeei^ aiem with one tight Httlng band.
There are ttiree s^des—

$2.00, $2.50 and $5.00
Great Sak «f Ctitcn’s ttwterwear

An Offering in Tooth With the Times

best goods that are cAld.
There are four different
ta duplicated In many

m *4c. He. 2Se aimailc
valuM that yon sriU teve ibis seasou.

Remarkable



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Bnaolc*. Curtngaa. Boafi Wfigaw. DeUwerF Wngow-^s flue a display as yoo wilt find. Oo the Third Floor of tte Punriture Division. Take
Elevator. It would be bard to fully dewsribe all thew goods, but we want yon
to ace them before you make your final purchase, because we know that wc eao
ASp^^nnu Unete Wlilpa anfi Lap KOben.
VoBcannclcelBnaslaaanfi CnrrinBca nD the way Iram UTloSlM.

M % Saturday....

Tlie Crockerv end'CurtainDivisitm will sell you bwtiful Door PnnelB for lOc and KitcLep or Balb Room Mirrors with srlyte Enamel Frames for ICki. The Dry Goods Division will have
beautiful Torofeon Laces for 3c a yard, dozens of dainty patterns to select from; EmbroidBriea.for Tie a yardr They will also have on sale all day one of the largest lines of Embroideries that you
havese.'n: The Suit Division, oh the second floor, has a f^lendid line of Children’s Underwear aU rifles, selling at 12ie, 17c, 293and49j. Just the time when you want to get something for the
little ones. These arc the very best values thatj will be offered you this-seasonr^

The Book Mid I^i-ug Division will sell bcahtiful Gift Books, in dajntj co>v£rs, tbe ^-kind for lSic,,aDd the great Belf-cleaning^ Vent-Aseptic Tooth Brush, the 25c kihd for 12c.
The Candy Dlvisiou will have Almond Delights, regular S5e goods for 16c; bredien Mixed Candy for 6c a pound, and Vanilla Chocolates for 15c.

^

The Grocery Division will sell toose celebrated Bimmons Fixe Kindlers, the kind that is just sn the market, but is the best thing that has ever been invented. There are 144 cakes Jn the
package, and you get the whole paeka^ for 20c- Each one will burn for-five minutes, and will save time, worry, and is su Clean and serviceable. A boon to aH “fire builderm”
Tbh Hardware Division will sell thejpseai Enterprise-Sad Ironk, in either the tinned or the Jkpu finish, for 95c for the full set cf three irons, stand and-haadle.
The Shoe Divirion will continue their great Clean-up.Sale. Never in Shoe history have suiib jiriqes been made for goods that are so good.
sizes—vou will,,
will,,igo,
voucome
MM-tn. for
f<tr even
avab the
thA big-stock
hi<r.«4nnlr 'will
will be
He.A^niMited.atr-tiieT&iA
that
sellinp’.
They found their sizes—you
W if you
come soon,
«
iiat the Shoes are selling.

Hundreds of customers got just what they wanted,

ew Mm«» Cut

Int* N«w Ctatm.

yrm • betatlful uterllght night, i
mtm am tbtm* brtgbtljr. After
wmm «t «U««» Jol^nnl# uk«l
pn. «btt d« tb«; do wiUf hn tb» «M
■e«Mr WltbMt k Bonxnra btotehU ukU kilter kntw«r*d: *rWkr.
TOO kBowt Ttar e«t
«p
kad Bkkk uten o«t «t tbum."*

DkiM
rtkhkrwkmkn.
ttB« miM>k B«n«rt, prIONM vt
I BVIBUT «( 8kpv^ OMr Bt Mibut. Bnglknd. wt» tiK kirtfior «( tbi*
•nt book «e kngitng In tbo BnfU*b
luvVLte. printed In M96. Si« firm
a Bit of tw«>T» Blea. and now. after •
tapw of four contnrlob artlflelkl llloi,
coutncted After her fonnuUk, would
uroTk u ncreeiful u kng of tbo up
In date enotloBA-I^ndon Satoiday

Tboogb Awtrla'i -popnlkUon exceed*
mt Aowwk kN pmi7 ■rtWMd.
Fngk kN fnnated not In ttk *>«■. teat of Hungary by 7.000^00, yet of
' ’’0 arok
>bnt on tbe «kitb. Tb* ibomr alm>lr
cnlk thm fmo tMr bUUic plkeik.

MY HOME

A RmI
rtrir Collego Oraduate-I boar yur
bCToaJob. WbatdotBgT
Second Co)l^ Qradn«te-Oh, f«»Blnr ertuuda and eloui^ takvaOB
and ao fortbl
•Xlke Itr
'■Plret rate-tbkt lA until my OUkloyer bad Bie nerro tct aak me W te
bU booee to dinner. It’a pretty toofh
to bar* to Aaociktei with your aodal
tBfOrioR <mt of boclnoao bonrt.''-Iifu

ney';^ns;d*iii;:ii''b;

^ In tv foorteonte eentory amor be­
came eo beery that many aoldlen only •«« for hla general conuel one day
thirty year* old were deformed or
"Hoeeell, rm gettiiif tlrad of
manenUy dleabled by Ita weight
tbeee tettere. i win fire you PB.ODO
a year If y«, *111 find that
*gj"**P
for twulre montba."
-Tltrea tbogoand detlare more a
apfoM to Hnaoell. and be want out
to Snd tbe letter wilier He fojmd
W* and made
^
«ow, me nere," b« geid, .-i •
teatep wntiBg teaen to Hr: Ladyard.
r 7*0 win qmt for a year I will giro
to) lUWO.”
3be letter writer eonaented gtodly.
Thtogi went along awlmmlngty for
OteroB tncntha. Ledyaid
Ledyard waa happy,
and Bnaaell a-ai
wa* happybapi
H>ea tbm
a wredc on tba road. The letter
writer eoold not reaiet the opportunity,
•bd he wrote to Ledyard and told him
vbat be thought abeot tbe road and
Ite pratedant aod Itt managemwt
LbByart eeot tbe letter to Romll
with tble lodoreement: -'Tbli le wbare

fu a-wny;
pram • neil lo'oonie back al last with a for - tone To
• etwiUbo, Ttetbewbite ’ (Uoe. the tears sud tbe pas-aiou-ate.ki» • ea Ibe

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You can test it for yourself, and pou are toe only one
who knows when the cigar suits you.
Smoke my “Triangle A” brand and compare it fairly
with any other cigar sold at the same price.
We are idling to stake the success of our whole business
on public opmion founded on this test.
ITie e:q)erience which has been combined in producing
the Amenc^ Ci^ Company’s cigars was acquired from the
operafaon of ne^Iy 100 of the most famous and successful
factones m Cuba and the United States. And processes of
smS-^*^*^ and scientific blending mean much to every

Abtinth Foretold.

A Parti paper publlBben a letter frra
a ecaruependent who In Ibe canie of
temprrunce elite a greit aoiborlty—Bt.
Jtein the Enngellet. It li claimed that
tba taaplred wHter proclalroi absinth
aa a terrible scourge and foretelto Its
banaful power* In the eighth chapter of
tbe book or Re\'elatloQ. where we read
la *eraes ifi.und 11: "The third angel
omnded a irumpei. aod a Wg itir
bright as a lamp fell from tba aky on
to tbe third part of the Hvers and fountelna and water. This eur to called
owood, aod the third part of tba
WBten ware ebnoged. aod many nan
dlad of tbiret becau*e ibey erere hUter." Wormwood lu tbe Bngitab auM eeraloD Is reoderM ••abteatt"
ta (be Freoch traiwtotlon^ «t. tlm Hew
TaedLipenL

You can bknkon the “Triangle A” sign every time.. No
more raw, green, bitter tobacco in yoiULdgars!
Is that worth the trouble ?
The “Triangle A” is the mark that protects you.

rtefl^CREMO

I Was Mijtekon.
A Urely writer bn* said '' T waa mla>
takeu- are the three hardest worte to

5 cents

tet^lTbeem* but trkiiowledglBg that
we>re +toer tbsn we were betel* to
Bie e«g error and humbler tban we
were before to oo n it. But ao It Is.
and Ooldsmltb ol«erres that Frederick
tbe Great did blmself more honor by
bla letter to bw senate staling that be
bad Just lost a great battle'by hto own
fault than by all the rlctorlee be bad
won. rerbap* our greatesi perfection
bare to not to e*<-«ie imperfections, but
to see aod arkoi-wi^ge and lament
end'con'eii ilu-iu. Jay'.
hope • le»lT WM • d«. A toil - nieandbome-Mwber^-eT I may go-Am! i dream in the son-li^t a#d
toitb • fnl-ly bop • ing, She's tor-ing aod loy . al
and coosULot I know. Foi
’tis my old moth-er wlte

Notice

of

Hearing

Claims

Before

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Every box is now extra-wrapped in glassine pap«*, sealed at each
end with the “Triangle A” in red. The cigars are kept clean, fresh and
in perfect smoking condition until the box is opened.
ABIEMCAN CIGAR COMPANY, Manufacturer

LODGE NOTICES

i Walter M. Paige

■ovaru* city Aorte. No. «U, P. O.
_iaa. mthM la Poroatofu hoU. TuaaIn tbe matter ot the estate of day *T«Blaga at I
' *
George Hein, late of eald eonnty, do- woftey, W. P-: R. L. n«i
ceased.
^
Notice to hereby gtreo that fonr
months from the 1st day of May: A.
DuefaaM Camp, No. Sm. W. K. A.
D.. 1907, bare been allowed for crod- noMs
at WooOmaa hall Hoodoy •«•>Itoiu to proaeot their elalme against toga. Chao Dtteo V- C.; Prauk W.
aald deceased to said court for ezun- Slodar,
Oort.
_
MT-W
and^ adjustment, and that all
qnlred to preaflnt their claim to aald
court, at the probate offlee. In Oie
city of TraTerae City, In aald county,
on or before the 4th day of Septem­
ber, A. D-, 1907, and that aald claims
will be heard by said court on Wedbeaday. the 4th day of September. A.
D.. 1907. at ten o'clock in the fore­
noon.
Dated Uay let. A. m, 1907.
FRED R. WALKER,
Judge of Probate.
may S-t4«w

ii

than any other agars sold at tiie same price.
That’s no way to judge.

Music by Mona Davison

m

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Don’t Let M Take
the Place of Test

....

Ste

-J/dD WASHOE.

Words by J. P.

1

A SuoiiMM Reopeaidoa Tbet iMt
railed of Soooo
^ In Oatiult . mp> woo
yag the cfaattpten tetter wHter to tbe
—--4-peio «d to tbe heada of all
!?5*Jf>**»rteaa. Obeof hli tada waa
te urrtto erety day to Preald«t LadJ“«Wna Central-foUfoad
Ladyard wbtiuln be waa fail*^tn tba condnet of bis road.
^ro waa a letter fw Ledyard nmy

OjMd Tiurerao Lodg*. No *00, LO.

aao baa (Aortoo DaCoo N. a;
• E Troutlar, V Q.; John Cota•eorutnry.
1-»4I7
TrarwM aty Lodga No m. P. A
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iteoa^

Notlco of .Sale of Real Eteato.
STATE OP MICHIGAN, the Probate Ooor*tnry.
Court tor the County of Grand TrarTruTura* City Lodg* Nc
No 71. E M P.
ar iD**tlna
Thnndoy
ag. C a Walter,
C; n«d
uiuB A. vaioK oeceaseu.
Dean. E o( E and 8.
114MI
NoUce to hereby gl»en that, by Tlr>
tue of an order
aald court, made on
I
City
Lagteh,
No
tbe <0th day of April, A D.. 1907. I
shall tell at pobUc auction on tbe ToMday of mtM uxstk. at 7;M ». m.
14th day of June. A. D.. 1907. at 10 *- Woodman ban. Ahran Brnttk.
o'clock In the forenoon at tbe prmnGayte GriawMd, Sae>.: Nattia
Ises, as herein described, in said coun­ a Gray.
Dopnty.
4-»4^
ty. the latereet of said estate In the
teUowlDg deaertbed real eaute, \owtt: Lot seren (7) of Mock ae
T. E M.
(7) of Goodrich'! a
Mart traklM. anwimauiter; E M
FtaakUa, E E; E A Btaaa, P. E
Dated this SOth day of April, A D.,
M-4T
1907.
CORA I. CAMPBELL,'
nay S-4aIIy-t7ew
Adnlslftrati

3i*tiHmito<.tamdiiiHlGa5* OllM Eb^ Acttssorio. '
THE BEST COAL
MINED IN MICHIGAN ]

J4.50'f?R TOM
c. B. im cui to.
ORDER YOUR

SOTT COAL
-ol—

E. A. WESTON
Yore.aad Otficc:-

Northern Mich. Dock

nm
PERE
™ MARQUETTE
LINE STEAMERS
TBE ONLY DAI1.Y UNE FOB

LUDINGTON
3
MILWAIWEE W
CmCAGO
ABB ALE FOBUTS WEST.

'”s';L!Jj?ss.KrT:Ssv.T:
Arrive iOLWADKEE drid a. m.
Leave MEWAUKEE DaHy (cx- c*p( SetofAey) SiW p. a.
.
yea THHEE thlrngo.SAFETY, COMFOKT nad
DISPATCH.

DRIFTING
TOWARDS
M4QT people who are neglecting s
driftuig towa^ Bright’s Diaehs

MITSKIINIEYCURE
Uie wornwmt tissues
kfdMys
wijij^fform tbeir functions ^perly^
tbe impurities
as it passes througlitb'eni. 'ZHsea^^domdo^i^ud
lous- waste
matter
.
.................
r is earned by the circulation to every part of the Wv.
tausiag dlixioess, ba^Acbe, stomach trouble, sluggish liver, irregular heart actlOE etc
___ Ifyou have any signs of Kidney or Btodder Trouble commence a«iri«g FOLEYS
KIDKEY CURE at once, as it will cure a slight disorder in a few*dan ■"»« uneoh a
fatal malady- It b pleiisant to take and benefits tbe whole system.
■towtteFMOttt.
a. 8. BmrhamTmtMm Aftv ftw

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'

I fJut .C—,

Tea can eaaOy dftamdoe if your kidceyt a
ori«r order by aetttar aMda for 24 boor.
b^ M Sa-urtea-TSairi-ipe-a S.teg-* if
npeo axamteatteo R b ckiody or milky or ba.
ate^-duto tedimaM er »all partiaoa Beat
about to h. TOUT kteoM are dtoeasod. and
.POLBT'S mOMnCUREsboeMbctekm

G. B. Borfaaiis of CarB.1. Ceuter, H. T„ writaa:
SSj 2T
PbI*F« Kite*, Core. A
.y-rtem*«r Mto*,o.Bra*77gi....riS7
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TWs SlitB, sa Gaat* BB* t1 JW.

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S. E. WAIT A SONS.

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THE S£ELT 'KAGIXTRIDAX MAT 10, 190T.

WTOFFnT
. SHOWSJISPERITI
ELK RAPIDS IRON CO.’S PLANT
BECOMES PROPERTY OF AN» OTHER CORPORATION

untifs na UET m
By Superior Iren and Chemical Com-

R. O. Jbmt finds the boUdiag whloh
he recenUy purchased too small Car hit
electric lighting machlneir. and U
building a IBfiMt addlUon to the north
end.'
W. S. Merrill of Ralkssks, 'wms'ln
town last tTidajr and surveyed the
road to be built from the »»th line ot
the township toward the Tllkge. '
The township ahd village boei^ of
review will meet at the olfiee of J«etlce McLaughlin Tuesday, May
and Monday, May 27.
The W ,C. T. V. have arranged for
a pubUe address to be given by Mrs.
L.. K, Bailey of ProblbUlon Park, Sta­
ten Island, New York, at the Presby­
terian church. Thursday evenlng.'May
16. Subject. -Home or Salooo?E. J. Brinkman of ■Old.Ulsalon prom­
ises to make regular trips this suratner between Elk Rapids end Old Mis­
sion. at least three times a week, with
his laiiDcb. Anna Tberesa.
in the list of Uachers hired at Trav­
erse City we see that Miss Mary
Nackerman .has been re-engaged and
is assigned to the Union street school.
E. G. Rust retnrsed Saturday from
a trip sooth, having been sway about
tw'o weeks and going as far south
South Carolina. He returned from
that sUte to Virginia, where Mrs.
Rust ^md children will remain for
some time.
A. Goldfarb has returned from a
business trip to Detroit
Miss I-ena Spinner, who has been
at D«L}'ton. -Ohio, for several months
past, has returned and expects to re­
main in Elk Rapids for a time.'
The 'Manistee took on abont 2,700
barrels of cement Saturday night
i>e shipped to Milwaukee.
Alfred Jbhnson’s place at the postoffice' is being Ailed by Miss Lora
Hanel while the former Is having s
vacation
Only about
a
3fi people came In on the
excursion Sunday. Pretty early yet.
The Illinois and Missouri were In
Saturday, the former In the morning
and th« Utter In the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Levell and child
have arrived here frotn England and
making thefr home with' Mj. J.
Cumbsey on Ottawa street. TTtey in­
tend to reside In Elk Rapids.
The I/Sdlea' Altar society of Sacred
Heart church will meet at the paro­
chial residence on the afternoon of
May 16th.

Miss Mabel Baldwin, who has been
Berioualy ill for a few daya, experts
to resume her duties aa teacher of the
seventh grade today. Mrs. E. H. Vail
has chai^- until her return.
Sutter Bros, have purchased a new
18 horse power engine from Boyd A
Boaworth and are now operating It in
the mill yard.
Mrs. F. E. Sours left Tuesday for
Ann Arbor to have her eyes treated,.
Mrs. Wra. Dingbam baa retorned
from Ann Arbor eonsideiably Im­
proved Id faealtb.
Elk Lake Grange meeUng will be.
held next Saturday evening. All
grangers are invited to attend.
Miss Luln Saekerman. who teachI at Alden, spent Sunday at her home
here. Miss Mary Mulrooney waa alao
home from Acme over Sonday.
Jim. Thompson has been here fimn
Bope City for a few days visiting hU
paients and renewing old aeqaatntances.
I-ewls and Jake Cnlman and
couple of friends canle down front

■ PACDif

MB m UNO H Wanted:
SODOnME
TOmiTWS
PRICE 16 ABOVE FIFTY CENTS
AND MAY HOLD THERE

wEH-nop IS sur
Timet are Lively at the CtJy Market
and tne Bucking Is Fierce—
Price 57 Centa Today.

C at BIk Rapids ail the
. time is 'sfiowD by, the amoant ot
Now is a good time to Bell'pptatoes.
freight vhicb is mon^ly handled on
The bt^ert seen to want the stock
The BIk Rapids bcaodi of the Pere
are wlUiag to pay for Jt While
Marquette, and »e doubt if there are
the price may not hare reached top
many towns ot equal slze-lo the state
notch, one thing is certain, and that'is
(hat can touch us. Following are onr
that farmers cannot lose money at the
shipments in carloads for ,/the month
prevailing figures. Those who feel
nr April, and they would hare been
that a dead sure thing Is better
considerably larger had ‘ more cars
than a chance adU hold while
been available:
those who enjoy speculating and can
afford to play the*game will hold In
Received.
the hopes that figures still higher than
Irun ore. S; Forest productions. 8f9:
those now being paid will be reached.
Mv>d peas. 1; grain. 3; lumber 1:
Boutoarn Crop Ute.
i>ostE. 1: piling, l;waierpipe. 1; barThe late bacKvard spring, with se. vesting machinery. 1; <011. 1: empty
ire frosts baa greaUr curtailed the
barrels, 6: pebbles. 1; beer. 1: brick.
Bootbeni
crop which generally comes
1: gypsum, 6: cbsrcoal.-1^; coal. 123:
Into the big markets at this season ot
lime. 1; stone. 150:.mercbandlae, iO;
Jhe year. It Is estimated that for at
flay. 4S; telephone i>oles. 11. Total
least the next two weeks there is
car* received. 997.
going to be a good demand for north­
Forwarded.
ern tubers.
Lumber. 3R: iron, 84; cement. 65;
Great Excitement at Market
inerriiandise. IS; acetue of lime. T:
The Traverse City buyers are badly
hay 1; potatoes. 4: wood alcohol, 4:
excited over the rise in price that has
shingles, 2; posts. 1. Total cars for­
dccurred in Chicago and are franti­
warded. 233. Toui cars bandied.
cally bidding against each other. The
1J20.
Aral, load of tubers to reach the 'TravBeside ibis, the ceineiit ccenpan.v
Clty market this, Friday, morn­
have shipped aboiil 9.000 barrels of
ing whnt at 57 cents a bushel; The
cement and the Iron company several
first bid on the load was -67 centa, the
cargoes of lumber by water.
second 62. Jbe third 66 and the fourth
Teachers Hired.
The school board 'has contracted
Perkett Stole a March.
with the following teachgrs for our
Wednesday. L- F. Perkett stole a
public schools for the ensuing year;
march on the other buyers. It had
Cebtral Building.
been tlp):^ off to him that s rise was
H. T. Blodgett—Superintendent
coming and be quietly contiacted for
Miss'l-aura J. Hassart—Principal.
all the large 1»U he could find at SO
Mias Bfrtha Lee—High School.
cents. Before the other bu.vera knew
Miss Mabel T. Baldwin—High
what be was doing be had abont 25,School.
000 bushels barfalned for. Then the
Mlis Minnie Alexander —ISigbth
fun began.
(Irade. *
The recelpta at the city market
Miss Nellie Hill—Seventh Grade.
bursday were 18 loads of poUioes,
Miss Clara Dearlng-SUih Grade.
iree loads of hay. two loads of*atraw,
Miss Mamie Hetcher—Fifth Gradeone hog and one cow.
Miss Francis Vogt—Scow Grade.
Eggs are being received by the lo­
The third nnd fourth-'' and first
cal grocery atores faster than the peogrades are yet to be filled.
kre buying them, so that there
Miss Eva Aslett—Kindergarten.
may be a-drop in price tomorrow.
East Side School. ,Miss Nora Markee^Prtnclpal.
LOCAL MARKETS
Bub primary and first second i
third grades are yet to be supplied.
These quotatione are corrected
.Miss Blanche Bruce-Somh Ward.
every morning and the prieet given
Fine Trout in Elk Rapids.
While many of the disciples of Usak
The market
Walton have been biking to the neigh­
boring trout ^^streams almost dally
since May l.'sotire of the finest trout
have been taken from Elk River, right
in the village limits. On the opening
day Birney Stocking, B. J. Egan. Jas.
Mitchell and Frank Mcl/augfalin
nice catches, the former taking eight
which averaged Just one pound each.
Since Uten Mitchell and McLaughlin kaska on business Monday and Tnaa- Fresh fiih,'per lb.............................. Uc
have each caught a ‘speckled beauty ty.
weighing two pounds, three out
GuR Wlckenberg and family have
Trout From Paris Hatchery.
vacaJed their hones on Travene av­
The Gun and Angler's club received enue and become a reMdent of the
riti.OOO Mke trout from the Paris batch- east side.
cry the first of the week. They
Otis Holbrook of Traverse City, a
be planted In Elk Lake.' IjCttbe good former resident here, waa among onr
RETAIL PfllCEB-Oalnr
work go on. “Now if they will exert all Sunday viaitore.
After abont a year's residence
the influence possible to rid c
waters, of rainbow troutr''';helr work Grand Rhplde. Gus Landstrmn has
turned and again enters the employ
will not have been in vain.
of the Antrim Hardware company.
Iron CO.-S Plant Bold.
and Mro. Landatnun are welcome
The sale of the Iron Company's
back to Elk Rapids.
plant Is confirmed by the filing of
ticles of locorporailon last week with
the secretary of state by the Superior CATARRH CANNOT BE -CURED.
With local applications, as they can
Iron and CbeniicaJ Company with
reach the seat of the dUeaae.
capusl of J3.000.0no. covering their va­
CsUtrb is a blood or consUtatlonB]
rious plants, among the number In­ disease, and in order to cure It yon
cluded being that at Elk Rapids.
must take internal remedlee. Hsu'S
Mr. Perris of Ashland. WIs.. Is here Catarrh cure is taken Internally, and
dlrecUy on the blood and i^ndoing some invoicing for the new pr>
eoua aorficea.. Hall's Catarrti Cure
prieton.
quack met..................... ....
Flag for Pienie Grounds.
by one of-th.e beat ph^
The German Workingmen's Aid So dans in this country for yearn, and
i^don. It
iT?
Is a regular prescription.
la oomciety baa. purchased a large
posed of the best tonlci known, eomwhich will float over their picnic loed with the beat blood pnrlfiete.
grounds north of town. It has the ding directly
^ '
8.
The
perfi...................
_
stars and stripes on one side and the
wo ingredients Is what produeea
emblem of the order op the ot^ei
uCb wonderful reaulta in cniiag Cais expected to rals^tbls flag with ap­
propriate ceremonies on some dale
. J. CHENBT CO.. Props-, Toledo, O.
the fore part of June, to be decided
Sold by drugglsu. price. 76c.
Us for OonTake Uall'i Family
uiion later. The Grand President and
stlpatlon.
tbe Grand Secretary will be preeent
also the Petoskey. Ludlnglon as
Manistee lodges.
thlng’bUT what
Brevities.
BUYING PRICES—Produe
Benham - If he knows all that be
The Elk Rapids IndcpendenU, o> knows a Idt-New York Prese.
newly-organized ball team.vwlH give
dance st the opera bouse Friday eve
WONDERFUL ECZEMA CURE.
ing. May 10. Everyone should extend
*Tlnr little boy bad eczema for S'
BUYING PRICEB-Uve Sto^
the boya all the floancUl and other'Md ears." writes N. A. Adama, flenriet>f onr home, doctors
possible. Turn out and give them a
s bopelesA-fils lungs Jrro -andheiiero'-...... to !
good send off—buy a ticket anyhow,
We then c
whether you dance or noL
chance we reed about Bflectrlc
Weir GaunUett caught a rainbow'
era; bougbtia bottle and apon notrout at Yuba Saturday as tong as his
doed ImprovemhnL
We contlnned
arm. and on the day. following Tom this medicine uM several botUsa
Mitchell caught a 3-pounder. '
had been used, .'when our boy was
oompletely enred.” Best of all blood
Landlord Sharp feporu the
of bis first Bummer vlsHora—his oar- medicines and b^y-^nflldlng health
tonics. OnaranteaE at B. B. MUlcr’a,
BUVtNta PRICES—Poultoy
tent have returned and are occupying 8. R. Walt firsUB's and Johnaon Drug
' (be comfortable qtohera provided for
(hem under the eaves of the buUdlng.After an absence of some ttffi'e in
A Biea Une.oOlnvRadoH, via en• the west. moaUy In California. Andrew velepea to ibmc£; cards la the Utan
Wood returned
heune
Saturday. etytaA «» the Eagle ofioa.
Whether he will remain tM- not he Is
nadlcided.
DAILY EAGLE WANT AOB PAY.

S''™-''-";

honsea The boIUsh taeton wer« eold
weather In tha northwest and allghtly
firmer prices at Uverpool; July ad­
vanced to 88?4®86iic. Com—Firm:
Jnlr„ 49T4C. Data—Fhm: *ilr. 4IM
®43Hc.
acae: Wheat—May. 83%c;'jnly.
86c. Com-May. 49%e; July. 60c. Oats
-Hay, 4BHc: July, «ii®481ic. Rye
—Cash, 74^760. Barley—Cash, 70©
Ic.
The Potato Market
Greenville;'May s.—C. H. Welte *
Co quote potatoes firm at 60c. rye af
60c and beans at $1.10. »
Chicago, May 9.—A' little better
feeling prevailed, yet there was no im­
provement In prices. Demand waa
fairly active ^d there waa sales at
66©67c for good to choice etoek. Ar­
rivals were only fair.
Sales reported were: Two ears at
ic. two cars at 67c.
Car lots per hn in balk on track;
White stock, fair to cohioe. 56©66c;
fancy Wisconsin. 67©68c; fancy Mich­
igan, 67®68ci King's, choice to fancy,
63€'56c: coarse. 46©66c: Rose. 45©
BOe; mixed white, 46©60c; red mixed,
toe-iBc: mixed red and whlto, 4p©
common, email red or while. 35
640c.
New Potatoes—'Ihere are verj- good
receipU end rceelveia generally report
fair trade. Prices quoted Just about
steady.
The Livestock Market
Chlcsgo, May 9.—Cattle7i-5lnrkci
.ifong if*-a shade higher'; beeves,
H.l!li66.45; cows, Jl.80.©4-86; heifers,
92,606 5.30; calves. 84-36^6; good to
prime slecrs. 35.40@6.4S; poor to me, J4.30JI5.3S; Stockers and feedKJJ'ffg'S.lO. Ho^—Market steady;
light. ^ 25^6-60; mixed, $6.2B@6.50;
heavy. jW6'6.45; rOU^. »b.066S.^u;
piss, $5.?566.3S; good to cliolcv
V.
bulk of sales. J6.4*i
66.4:ti. Sheep—Market sirongf naivea. J4.506-6.80; westerns. J4..'>0©
>.$0: yearlings.' $6.76©7.65; lambs,
J6.S068-T0; western. 36.6068.75.

ssr.si'srr

Muskegon-Grand Rapids,
. Sunday, May 12.
Train will leave Traveree City .M,
6:30 a. m. See poslera or a ik ticket
agents for particulars. H. F. Moellci
- P. A------may {K3

Amil F. Nerlinger
LAWYER
Now Located at
409 State Bank Building

NORTHERN MICHIGAN
TRANSTORTATION
COMPANY
Boats Leave Chicago on
Wednesdays and Satur
days at 7KK) p. m.

39c
39c
39c
g39c
39c
39c
39c

Our new
line of Albums Is jui^ placed on
sale.. We are certain that this is
lu^est and'
-finest assortment ever shown in the ci^. Any
price from 5c to $5.00.

Apr. JT tf.

THEATORUM
I3I F,«isi. ssjjtsr-"

City Book Store
The Hobart Ck>., Prop.

Witch
And See Ibe Resene

Now Is The Time and
Here Is The Oppotldnity

PRUGKAM- ' Tbo Bider)^
Bicycle," -Th^yilage Witch,'
SONG—-ru Be With You
When the Koscb Bloom Again.*'

INSOMNIA

you want s home, free from noise, free from
the annoyance of otbe^8^with•pur^ fresh air aod
water; where you can bave all the comforts of aeounwith the nearby jJeasurers of city life?
__
If-l3i^ now the tame and here is the opportunity.
I still have fifty acres that I now offer for sale at
prices ranging from one hundred to five hundred dol­
lars per acre and in lots ranging from city lots to five
or any other number of acres as may be desired.My terms are as follows: Ten per cent of purohase
price down and ten per cent every twelve months with
seven per cent interest annually on unpaid balance.
These offerings include farm, garden and fruit
land, with desirable building and city lots, almost in
the city limits and is within the abilitv of any ener-,
getic, industrious person to buy.
Let.me show you this proja-rtv.

E.S. Pratt.

n.nLTAU,T»’M;Ltioi
WrftelnSigtit

DON'T PAY ALIMONY,
e
There
you keep your
Dr. King's New
U so gentle that the appendix
) make the 1
Crtnplalnt. Guaranteed by B. E. Mil
ler. S. E. Walt & Sons and Johnsy
Drug Co. 25c. Try theui.

EXCURSIONS
PereMarquiETTE

Post Card Atbttiiis

Julius Campbell Co.
FURNITURE ■ HARDWARE

Putting Fumture
in the Home

THtNtN^ MOr.EL nVE

OH
is piis'-iiiir i‘!«‘ wtHidcrfiii
selling rv< ord-f>f Model
Ttin o. It is fle'ii'ly tht
sujU't'inr of iiny writing
miit'hii!<M>ii the market in
^i]):“'ijriiin('«', ease of op'
trillion, tlvirability and
time saving tlevifub. Y<iu
iiet-dn't Take -my .word foi'
it, 'Try an Oliver in yotir
home or office free of ex­
pense. CVjmpare it care­
fully witli other makes;

■ Is j^st as wise as putting money In the
banK. When you put Furniture in your home
you are adding comfort and enjoyment for your
self and family
It’s just as much a man’s duty
to make his home cheery and pleasant now as
it Is to provide for their future. You can do this
•'knd do it in a way that you will not feel It’s a
burden to you. You can buy one piece or as
many pieces as you like, pay a'small amount
down, we deliver the goods and you pay the
balance in small payments as you can afford it.
Mak’e your wife happy by sending up - that
article she has wanted that you have been
waiting to save enough to purchase. She will
be happy and so will you; and you will never
misS'the payments.

Yon enn bny an Oliver
tor 36 a monlb, or rent
one lor S3 a montb. Tlie
rent la appUed on pnrebase price II yon bny.

We Want Your Account ....

I bave some bargains
in allghtly -nsed macblnes.

Ellsworth Hale
LOCAL AGENT.

Try An Eagle Want Ad

SALE WILL CONTINUE
S DAYS MORE.
SALE OPENED WITH A
BIG RUSH.

GREAT

WE DEAL OUT MIGBTY
BARGAINS DURING THIS
SALE.
It IS SURPRISING HOW
LARGE A BUNULE A WOMAN
CAN CARRY .OUT FOR .
EIGHT DAYS MORE FOR THIS SALE.
COME BEFORE THE
SELECTION IS BROKEN.
DURING THIS SALE WILL BUY
ALMOST DOUBLE THE QUANTITY
BOUGHT ELSEWHERE

SALE WILL POSITIVELY
END MAY 18.

THE GLOBE DEPT. STORE

SALE

m

PA0B9

TBK
VOR aUM-^ on tamp, flea H;
^ K at soar ova intcc Ra^
Prtatw«H

No Matter How
Wett Behaved
Yoai- Boy k

THE WAY WE Nil
GEIE6IIATEJULY4

FRnfe. Hirr
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t

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mmnmm

making a balukm.

PHOTOOBAPHINtf STAR!

teL Keep the ta Wta Dea WHfc fh^nary Canrere
ANN HASKINS AND NATC YATTO
■pworth leagtM of the First M.
•niey Shew as Uom, tiet Spata
itoM. Rteo tat «a
ARMTED
'■
B. ehBnh *in hold a nn-tsi ttt*inr toIt la an easy matter merely to pho­
tUiktatthaehBrct.
tograph etarn. The tronble Is M pleTh. Moths,.- ^irt, „ ,h. Eirpgd, FM Orimlnal Ctee to Oeme Bstare Ug modern ballooii aud its e<
(Conttanwl troin Pace Om.)
ture
them ai polste and Mt.as stteaka.
It li made cf wbui is knot... ^
B and will eerre. buckwheat eSkbs sad htloor cloth, which ■uiuetimes U of etlk for as tbe earth retsiaa M carta tea
JuMlee Oetoen-Wnce His
horae and ion and other beatliiR foods for break
and is sewed in kbuiII »e.-tlons of abent pbotogiaphic upsratos wfOi «. and
are. for sale fast The neztWnc on the profrem
the
light
tram the star mskes a ttne.
Marry Kitseiand and Ed GHbsft
a yard equarv. mi Uiat if one of the
wlU be the soeral ahoreUng of the wat to Bar erert yestarday Wag.
sb'iulii l.i.iMt III.- n-bole balloon while the astrcMite wuti a point
therefore derise a machine
walks leadinr to residences, and then Thsy retUTBed with the Umii
I not
nnd destroy Um
Ann Haskins and Nate Tatto were
he ii hard on hit ^wet.
teat will conntenict tbs movesnt of
Jaok Tetunt and a friand from ^1* •meted lest night by Chief of PoBoe aeronaut
the day s' program will begin as fol­
FOR 6AUB—White Wraadotts am lows:
be would not be a hoy if
At the icip ,jf ilK- Iwk' U lUc valve to toe earth ud eo keep tbe light steadily
cago fidtad the
^ton OB s orlmlnal charge ud
for habdUnc: »1.S0 for U «ss. Mrs.
let the gaa ..nt wtivn „m- « Ube* to de- In the same place on toe pMte. ElabForenoon.
be wuDoL
Jaa. Harrlt, R. P..D. Mb. 1. Qta.
i^ttroed nth about.--------^ before JnsOae of the Pute A.
acend. A tvjiv for -iiH-iiiug It ruiu from ormte cloekwcA must tnm tfaeHeas
phone im U-ta.
apr mit*
9:«>—fipeetseslar street parade by
Ths vocal and piano pupils of Mra.
this moralng. ■ntev weired this valve ilirmiKli lli,- rcnler ot the backwaid.to keep It on the star and at
Knowibg tbit, we rduied
the school cbOdren dressed in Eskimo L. r. Titos WlU giro a recital at ths ««alM*tan and w«e bound over to balloon (• Hie iii»-oit<>r Id the basket ths same rata aa that at which the
FOR flAlS-M
to biqr
after fine ^
nnuents. heeded
by (he band horns of Mrs. Titos this eveidng.
toe asot term of the arenit oourt In Ibe ballo.u l< hll.-.| .l.ri.iigb tbe oeck earUi moves forward.
at tbe Tericto obwrvwrapped in fun. The city fathen wUl
Dsapits the cold westher a hM
the sum of tlOO each, whldh thtq- Ud IbU is lefl Ulwn.vs ujieu. so that
B(7i* Swet because we
When (be i-n- cxpaiiils fmurtbe beat of
follow In sleighs, and after making gypsies have made their
-mid not fumsh.
dU not thmk th^ were all
rOR
8ALB~Ccntaetioner7
sum. the principal straeU wtU halt near the In the 4dl7 and today are wandering
•t Ugh of tbe most Important reoults of nsAnn Haeklnt wm prevtoualy arret­ the suu v. lue le- ..T iiruMure of
altUodes
(be
i:auia;
rood
tocattoa.
Bngnlra
m
Dnloo
Dd
not
that Boyi’ Shoes otigh to
llro^ tracks, Bast Front street, and alxwt the streets.
ed nd was out on bonds fonilahed by burst thee:ive|.ii.e.,
trodomy have been derived from toe '
street.
apr**-tu
to^the Weqaetongclub'bpusd. where
The puplla of the Misaes Evana and Nate Tatto tar ber appearaaoe at the
be. We have every conAi eiviu DR (be iMilloon Is sen-ed to­ nae of u ordinary camera. On a rlen
Ib^ will wll
_
_______ Nat^srmaa of the Dnioa street oebool next tenn of eourt'
Icejmatlng
gether It Is blown full <if Sir aiul given night point <»e of tfaeoe toward too
FOR . BALE—Good cottase.
. fideoce in the fine we (fid
nerth peda and It will be found after
This
will
be
followed
by
a
fancy
skat­
are
giving
a
lyeonm
tlda
afternoon
at
Thla
la
the
flret
criminal
caae
which
rooms: eaer terms. Call _
three coat* of vnrulsb. En. h cont must:
aire-nre of on* or two Ko.,e. •*..*
boy. because they are good
West Elerentt street.
may 84f ing contest, a bod of coal to be.giTea that bnUdlng.
^ oome before Justloe Dolmon alnee
near toe ilole have
Ralph
. the wining cxmtestant.
his electkm.
^ tbe.way tfarou^ We
uver beiMim- |.i'if.-vilj- dry. nnd the drawn arcs of rircles npOn tbe plata
Afternoon.
two daya' fishing trip at
*t Rapid rtrer
This
to doe to the fact that tbe eerto
rOR SALR—Barred
!&tala^w.>ui.i i« iikoi.v to
have sotntK^ cdnl^ce in
1:00—In the afternoon there wlU and bad a baaket fttllolB
fnlj of nice speckled
to
rotating
opoo
ita
axis
at such a rata
Plymouth Bock Em
at anyinlbHie from ^nit
beanties.
U to rouse every star In tbe aky t»
them that we [want you to
tm hslobiDr- tl and be a skeelog contest on the bills west
SKwaf to trawl tbreugh I eemptate
Dr. C O. Oavla, : graduate of the
of the city. In wUtdi age wlU be BO
n.SOfor IS.
Is not B burning lu'iu flnuiv. but a kind
try a pair for your boy.
■■■
'
-fSur
U. of M.. who will *upy
limit
All
-will
be
welcome
In
this
OLIVER WATERS
Cemping Two Miles West—Visited •f nsreedlngiy •pik-k diy rot. I myself
The mere a< ( of pbotograpblng Is not
sport.
■ *
have luet ilim- Imliu-inK thnnigb it
I41S Onion Su
mncli more difficult than a sboH ex­
. City Tsday.
3:0(t-A snowball gams will take
Once In oiy r.n i..r> «o were looking St posure out of the window of a mevtng
■nie gypsies who ere esmped about a beauty
«„lffed the car. Any one ron trv it.
place at the ball groonds and those
Dr. W. E. Moon haa purchased the
who wish to Bit in the grandstand will Dr. MorgaiLL. Leach property on Mad- two mtlee west of the city were or­ strand reninriied. •Tlioiim*' Iwiloon Is
Let the eiposotc be for at toast fisegone." Au.I' -n U immil i.. I... nve mlnntes If the romert la pointed ovorInn ttnte. Dr. Leach and wife ex­ dered to move on by SherUt Charles
O. make. Boa 377, TiatTares aty be provided with ftwt warmwe foe
Johneon ud Deputy Sheriff .Taylor minutes sa«- it c!v>tr.>.v...|--ix,Hfu so bend and for at.leasi one honr If dl- '
tee xs-tt
small sum extra. Urns making the pect to go BOUth.
^tyoncenM |«k- yoin niiEvrthrough tected toward toe pole star. Tbe cam­
this
afternoon.
They
have
beu
appatrons of the play as comfortabls
Chrie Telgaarde had hie left thumb
era may be left out all night If pointed
possible. The diamond wim>e cleared cut off today while working In Irving propriatlng everything they could lay
BomeHiri-rr ii...
|.
nfferted tt tbe pole, but must be taken In ioit
of all enow and nicely teed, thns mak­ Mnrtny's boat bonding shop. The at­ their huds on In the nelghbortiood, 1 only a f.
'•
•'>
luay before daylight. Tbe longer tbe extake an i ... . - ilil’ikiin: Jiis bat. posnre
FOR SALB-NlaMOOm
ing it easy alldlng to seoond and third tending physidan bas/vrired the bone it Is claimed.
the lon'ger tbe star •WcrntdieA’’
■hiey went to the Svre home. It is loon Is nil rkht rt>iti-.te,l by Un. quo Develop toe pbile as long os poatfbie.'
bases.
together and la attamning to save the
netting ulif.ih eyvi.i,.].. n,« iwHonn it­
claimed, for eggs, eitd whUe the
member.
Evening.
self,
he
may
rvrn
st-i.n|.
to
-omr
height
T:30-Tbe usnal fireworks of July
Regular Sunday school .union meet- were being eecured one of the num­ before dUci.-.eii!n.- bis.danger. In for­
DRIVING THE LOGS.
FOR .BALB-m sale cheap, a few I'ourth will be dispensed with, aod
at 3:80 at the ber went aroud the house ud appro­ mer tln.es .here were uiauy fatal sccicarpenler tools as good as new. In „ Immense bonfire at the city park
duts from iliLsvanse.
McMIchael will conduct priated some pork.
quire at Little Tavern.
may g-U
substituted, around which Uie shiver^
■When a biiU<>oQ is packed. Ulcnm or
Mrs. Clifford will teach
Mrasttaamats ta this ooteM «1U
Pitot and foremost your Irns rivar-'.
some Ollier j-m-.ler Is eptinkled over
M taawtaj tar «M oat a «ord te OR BALE—Golding fob prwaa^ UxlR Ing audience mv warm their toea and the begliinen' leaaon aad Mrs. Borns
•ths folds to keep tltlicni from ■dhering man t-u ride a los. This does not mean
BMy tarms. Bole Preaa apr •« llstn to a program of Christmas tno- WUl teach the regular lesion.
ant taawttaa: eoahatt eat a i
to etch other. If tl
nrolroted’toe
toal be to able to stand upri|*t
tar aatesflMt tneirtloni, Ko ad
Ric and the reading of Whltaerif
Thera will be Swedish service st
bailron
will
wl
p
In
hot
®‘‘
from one to uotber with­
stock
___
FOR ____ __ ha taaartad tar leas tbaa u e
nitc being the State Street sebooDouse nn' Son- Chicago Parties are Building Cottages wutber.
Greening Broa. : fursery Co. at Oerout splashing In. tboogb even that to
malne Bros.
-may 6>t8
no
mean
feat, as a trial win convinrs
the' “Inclaration of day afternoon at 3 o'clock by Prof.
Thara.
you.
That
to tbe kindergarten of ItHedeen of Chicago. Sunday school
> slmigiben tt :
John Bosh of Wylie, formerly ot
Tbe uw log in toe water to not only
Committees.
for the Swedish cUldren st 2 o'clock.
FOR RENT.
tote city, la in toe elly today ud' ia
E ainjnds of
"‘'J'''* ®f Mbur, but bis means of
Tlii> lollowlng commltteea have All children are coidisUy invited.
preparing to open a summer resort on
FOR RENT — Desk tt>om
liecn apiKTinted to carry out this proThe funeral service of James DlngGreen' lake tote aummer near Wylie.
Bank building. Address "
lan was held this afterDoon at 2
Chicago parties have platted lud tn which the aeronaut stands. The u-'
office.
- Parade, Mayor Friedrich.
o'clock from the home of bis daugh­
W'ANTEI>—To make Intanta’ clothing.
toere ud three cottages are already ehor aod guide r..pe* as well asCtbe
Complete outflta made to order. TO RENT—Two nnfornlshed rooi__
lee beat regatta. L. U Stevenson.
ter. Mrs. Fuller. The Rev. D. CochUn
o'this conceotratin course of erection. About 12 will
Alao ladles' lingerie Address J. M.
■ the cun'ent a stick of timber.
officiated and W. S. Anderson bad
Skating contest, O. P. Carver!
steam beat, water, electric ligbta:
a. cate Dally Bagle. and I will calW
be
built toere this stunmer.
third floor. . front 38. , Peoples'
Jumps llglxly atop It. leans against hto
...All modem Ullooos, beskles
Skeeing eonteet Thomas' SmurtL- charge. Burial In Oakwood cemetery.
may KM
Saving, Bank.
apr 34-tf walte.
valve, have a rip cord fastened tc - peayy and fl.iais away aa gra.-eful and
Dr. W. E. Moon, who Is circulating
motionlcM. m
Ml. a Gtveteo atatae. When
tang patch sewed In toe envelope, by “oOonleM.
Child-s Supraxw Faith.
Ball (tma, W. Carey Hull.
petition to have a Fourth of July
POR RENT—To right party, good
w. wbicli
..ui.-ii toe
\uL- balloon
uMtiooD can be-ettf
oeewv' bls^n^bKiraft
his^tn^tabte..,-• • overtakes
-.vi...
other logs ,
•To the Ijear i:.-i| In lleaven- meant of
Evening entertainment. J. W. Mll- celebration here this year. Is meeUng
In two and broogtit to earth instantly beidesertsd^-tuns forward aa fkr aa lis
slxe vagetable anu fruit - garden;
llken.
with grsai success and the men^ts PleSRS make mollier IwKrr, She Is This la never used except In caserof ex- **“•
iVAXTED—Steady mas on farm; pay
'*** hol.bing snd awash begood acHl, well worked and watered,
Mrs.---of
noRklfcson
mrert.”
Hoi coffee and doughnuU win be are taking hold of the matter with a
380 month. Call room U, WhlUng
treme emergenry and Vbere tbe baaket
•" coutliinea on
convenient to city. L. U. Bryant
This
FX'inlsiicl.v
touching,
soiwemely
- RotoL
may KMS*
served al'atands instead of Ice eredm win. which means we will oeiebrate. trustful little uote tii a childish scrawl is within ten or fifteen feet of the •outber iluilwr. Ja.* Boyd once for s
apr 22-t26
tweivy miles down Grand .
Traverse City Tent Nc» 871 held
nod lemonade. The expenses of ths
was found In the niailR of bard. oM. gronnd.-Dr. J. .P, Thomaa In Apple- river on a k>g
WAKTBD—Men wanted 4t Trave:je
be couW carry to
t the /
celebration will bg paid from the regnUr meeUng last night In their commercial IJverivool reventl.v. It was ton's •
MISCELLANEOUg.
City Hfg. Co.
^ mny •» tf
strum's bank screw bla «beuldere
air fund by order of City aerh 'ban. which was largely attended and written, l( wsa found Inter, by a wee
Fully half Hie time'bto feet were anbLOAN on personal prop^ Glllls.
nine candidates were Initiated. A'lake little girl who had barely learned to
POINTED________
PARAGRAPHS.
WAKTED-A girl Igr gansral bouae- MONBT'TO
giargad
lo
tbe
eokles.
arty and real astata. L Newtand
trout supper was among the features make ber letters and spell, bnt every
work. Small family. Mo wsaUng.
Tytar. Room cot. WUbalm blodt
Phone 3M. m W. Tenth atreet.
of the evening's entertainment and charsdev was dtetlnctly formed and
every word was correctly spelled.
may*t3
Smith A Purtsefa’B ate-Moce
halaiK-lSg pnlg
postofflee employee
If yon are^lglit. dou't let
flevcr andJ treading
t
CLUB
STANDINOS.
sguirreldlke <|olcktONBT
TO
LOAN
on
real
astate;
furnished
dell^tfnl ransla
WANTED Hmj>-^BlBg room glrta.
who first bandied this petHIou that ftu pen.nade y ou out of It.
IS aH hts fiKdliia
f
rnlls. he will run
no mortgago tax. CovaU A Croas,
Arthur Winnie and Henry VIseeheri puts to "banie 90»-out of every 1,000
dambennalda. cooka and general
The thoughts yon can't ex|>resa with.- topMs of
emta
Bask
tndldtBg.
M8-07
ud volkitchen help. The Pers Uarqnette
went up to Keystone fishlag Thursday. prayers delivered In (he dinrdtes wsa. out profanity are not very Imixmant.
.ime. When toe tail of a drive
Hotel. Fmnkfort, Rich, may 8-tJ»
Mr. Winnie caught 30 nice ones In- It ta needleu to *ay. so deeply affected
ODR MOTOR BOAT POUCIES
Apologies are like family ekeleious. thrungfa tbe cbiile of a dam tbm are
cudlug one Germu brown, tour rain­ that be could hardly read the addrw. they aliould not be taken ent before always half a dozen or so of toe lur
WANTED-A new mUch cow. C. M. cover against any loss or damage by
explosion, ■imtii.g
men who out of sheer bravado wtl! run
BneU. phone IMl 8s-ll, Rural Rente fire, collision,
bow ud the bnlanoe nice apeckled After a conference with bla feUows toe
postal vleik took the son! tonchl
chlng
1
nmy 7*«* stzuding, latent detaets In hnu or ma
Half our bad temper <-omes throng throogb standing upright like circus
beauUea. Mr. Vtescher caught tanr. ^peal to tbe principal newspaper
chinsry. netflgenos ot master
er in onr Inability to tee tbe Justice of toe ridw, aod yelling tike flends.-Btswart
Thla was his first trip op the river ths city Instead of to a mlnteter.
Mhar
Bide.
Edward
White In OnUng Uagaslne
WANTED—Kitchen girl. Hn. Crans­
ud he expels to do better next
Ihe editor vennw
verified me
tbe aecnrsey
aecnrtey er
ef
ine
When you think you have dene vocr
------------ton. Ba«e office block.
may 8-U
ir with i^rsnco to
Ume. '
possible steps
arm)—Jost bear bow
A number of - bicycle riders are
of
God
in
relief
for
toe
tick
In the orchard moon
complaining
ot
tbe
^us
aod
carbon
Ing this elnss of riiks. Pltw inmiranM.
mother. The cUlld'a
rlilld'e trusting
tnutii plan regroan *“
In tbe ■torm.
storm. Ilka the crying
1.^ ud *”•“
Plato gUaa. elevator, stpaib bcdler, lia­
sUeks eoattered npon the walks ud motbor.
telvod
still
further
rcalluUon
whsn'
^
‘o
f“»«
of

lost
soiUI
Small Boy-Wall. 1
WANTED—hllllwttghts at m-aif" bility. and antomobtls tnsnraaea.
also In the roads. Inasmuch as they
American.
the woman began to Improve at toon \
_______
Ton’d ««Jta a ni^et yonnslf if
Starch fimtory.
may AM Money to loan, real estate for aale or
will be forbidden from May 18 to r
exchange. A. B. OnrtU, Jnatloe of the
gsbwS
aPPteS M
upon
the
walk
they
do
not
care
Peace and Notary Public, apr IStlmo
I they will be considered dnll.-At
-Atchlaoa
^
_____________
much about that portion of the street
i
Philadelphia ................10
but the roadbed Is in a very bad con•fRV AN EAGLE WANT AD.
I DAILY EAGLE WANT AOS PaY.
WANTED—Machine .glris and glrU
dlUon OB aooount of these things slid
to pack dlriies. Oval Wood Oiah
hey think they shonld have redress inOa
apr »7-«

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Bachant &
Roscoe

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Eag:le Want Ads

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ueen

WANTED—Wanted oT" boy
weight frtn t
*

SU-.T.!

« hnfr
HQ tal
»Atf

WANTED—Girl
hoaaeworfe.
family; s_„
M par weak. Hra. P. C. Doraond,
iU Sixth Btres|t'
(llAtf

coat never worn «i
316. win aell for 37; _
this eprtng, worn only once. A bar-

City Camp - Sewing Circle
Guests In the 9euntc^.
About 20 members of the Queen
City Camp Sewing drcle met at the
home of Mrs. William NichoU, five
mtlee east ot the dty. yesterday, aod
spent the greater part of the day
gunang. but membera bad a ehanoeto roam about the woods and gathec
wild flowere.
About noon Mrs. Nichols served a
hot dinner and In the afternoon
served Ice cream nnd cake. All prea
ent bad a very eirioyable Ume and de­
clared Mrs. Jfichols a clever boatess
CARO OF-THANKS.
Wedesire to expms our sincere'

ibelr aympathy during our bereave­
ment In the death of our beloved
dangler and slater, Miss Margaret
POR
SALE—Palrbanka Standard Beamish, and- to thank the many
friends for the kindnesses shown us
during the Ume the body laid In state
teiudon lever. We have also' f—
ofcito**
beeuttful floral
ble wsgon i
Mr. ud Mrs. James Beamish aod
wastA. J. B.G
ROrelUckCo
famllN •
FOR BALE, RENT OR TRAD£-4«sM
of nwu, asetion >1-37.10,
Bay
may AM
FOR SAl^Modsra tan room hoiue
aad lot. L. B. BteSoR, 417 Fifth
street.
ma; '

Croteer. PboM U36 CIU.

At a smsion of said court held at
the probate effioe, in the city of Trav!^

thnrlMd.'Mmuod ud
ssU at private sA|» the Intamt of nMd
astate la said real estate therein de-

Ffm tAL»>Qta. Fitetar, As. yoa amE

ySS.*7t«5S;'Str“"

Ttainnponlt tec
--------------ALD.,

o'clock
—---------s office.
appotnted tar heuing

It hUmlhta udwed that pnbllc no

trie On. l» (tarn ntaesk or Otttam iBm« m.
apr flsa
• FSB) R. .WAUCA.

eato FOR OUR gPRINO CATA­
LOGUE—rrg FREE.
D

P

i;
*'

AMUSEMENTS

The same old ta. to the nai__
play that baa beeai deilgbUng audi­
ences for decades, greeted a good
boose at toe Gnnd test nlghL Full
of life interest, bnbbUng over with wli
.ud clean, wholesome htunor. fli. snp.
ported by a good aggregation hod the
honte with him at oU Umas. Thoddena. toe oosntry Ud. with his rtdloutous expretslonr ud awkward i
ner. kept the audience In a omtlnial
uproar, only departing from bis roie
long enough to sing two wen reoslTa
nurabera Mr. Toomor, triple-tongned
bis way into toe hearts ot the people
in a comet solo, followed by two citrtalD colla. As' a wbols toe company
presented toe best nnl drama toot
has beea 'gtaflsd hm In mahy anoos.:

SEND FOR OUR SPRING CATALOQUE-trS FREE.

PEREONAL MRNTION.

•••»••»••»»•»»»»*
Miss Olive flpenoer had ths mlefeptune to taU yesterday ud break ber
right arm.
Frank Welton ef Grand Rapida ar­
rived in- toe dty last night ud will
remain over Sunday.
LeRoy Plerun Is very III at tbe
home of hii sister, Mrs. Fred Ballv,
Mrs. Frod KIsabeth of Prevemont
passed through toe city this morning
on her way to Bay cUy. where ahe
WlU nuke her fntnre home.
The Tmveree City pestofflee has ro
oelved its first coulgnmeot of Ji
town exposltlan onp ted twoceet
postage stamps.
The Ceward In U* All.
Om lUtie santenee written by T. T.
In tbe Bpbere etabi one rather
Ptamantly: "I am a eoword at heart'
are tolnga that a mu siupeeta
•hoot Umwif. bnt Goes not say. Vm
ron may pea a *an grtBstafl

Order fer Fublloation!
STATE oF MICHIGAN, the Probate
Court for the County pf Grand Trav-

Present Hon. Fred R.
Judge tf Probate.
toe tn^f of thA_^tate of
Gladys Foraberg, a minor. Oscar A.
may Stf jofaBsem. having filed In said court his

NaUensl.
W.

«*~£.'S724rSL*^S;
ttli a Challenge. r« there is always
ta snMydng point,
v. T. T.
tav^b courage tn confemtag ta
nniTereal faUnre of dmtesd man. T
ro
« hewt"-L«*do.

TOlr am lb., joo nn« rro. tt.
~
• f«’f ejceptkms to tola mis
rolcsnnte are near hitire sheets of
taUnd water. ThU tends tn prove tost
ta pTOdmlty of „res I. one of ta
main factore |q ,he canse of-empUent
that it Is the nerroiitTi.ii of wom
Flrsl IL~^ loU

teu

JMMiUiUe

House Cleaning
Ume
Is When You Need This Department
There are at that time so many thinjs that you nOed
from this department it is to your Interest to keep us In
mind Just now. We de not need to tell you anything
about the class ot goods we cairy. But we do want to
say that with the increased room our stock Is Increased
we have more room (or display and can give you better
service than ever before. We are particularly strong this
year on medium priced goods both in RUCS AND CAB
PETS. ALSO IN UNOLEDHS AND CURTAINS.

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