The Daily Eagle, August 03, 1907

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The Daily Eagle, August 03, 1907

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

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THE DAlUt EAGLE.

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TBATEBSE CITY. illOHIQAS. Ai CRDAY, APOUST 8,1»07.

VS^XV. NO.4«0.

Clin CUM HiCE mna
THEY CAIETO
offQHis eamiP.
NORiSORT TO COURTS FOR eHESS Hyps RJ. I»EI S.fL
NO AGREEMENT

NEW RUGS

STREET

RAIUWAY

FRANCHISE

WAS ACA1N DISCUSSED AT
SPECIAL COUNCIL MEET.

Just Arrived

STICt 01LBEUI OF UK

Alabama EntM V&r Against Railroads and Revokes
License of the Southern Railway Co. to do
Business lo Sute, Outlawing Greatest Corpo­
ration of tb€ South

W« hare |uA unpacked a lot of new roMU die nig* and
diqr are beaotiea. ^ you are going to buy a new mg do not
tail to aee them. TTieae are sample rug* shifted to us for us to
idea mu patterns from. The height is paid by the factory so
we can sdl them for a litde less money dian the regular dock.

it AiFt^rtaed to Buy
Red Croaa Hoee.

A tpecia} meetlDg of the coracU
as held last evezilug at which there
ere tlx aldermen preeent Tbe meetg was called (or the purpose of eoneldertng tbe propcwed (raacblee tor
tlreet railway.

Hey range in price from $10.50
up to $40.00
We alto have a number of patterns of bruss^ carpet that
wffi make up rug* ganging in sizes between 6 ft. x 7 ft. and 10
h. 6 in. X 12 fL^^wfnch will close out at very close figurn.

J.W.SLATER
\
Tbe Orlolnal Home Funilsber

■CONTENTMENT IS

Si

Ine Monday Nigltt—Eire Chief

KTTEA THAN ftlCHES.'’

little QpOB his mod. To

a

' his lU* aad M. tin Um brMd
made tron moldr or iU ptepamd now. Write' "MoteBtmeat' «a his teoe hr haktag
OBIT nsAL PUiCB-^amn
pan aad elesti asd osado with

Before taking op tbit subject, Adderlan Lardle made a motion antborlzIng and directing tbe chief of the fire
depanmeni to purrhate 500.feet of
Bed Cross hose for tbe liae of tbe depanment, at the prtce^for which bids
bad been received. Tbe motion was
carried.
Tbe fraorbise matter was then taken
up. The committee appointed had bean
unable to agree upon seme points and
hence was unable to make a tmanlmouB report. City' Attorney Davla. a
member of Uie committee, however,
had gone through the Instrument
carefully with tbe attorney (or the
railroad people, and except In a few
minor points they were able to agree
upon what tbe franchise ebenld con­
tain, with the excepUon of the length
of time for which tbe franchise should
be given, and ible was left blank.
The proposed franchise was then
read, section by section, and'amended
in two or ibree Instances by mutual
WSJ
consent. While nc formal
taken upon any c! tbe sections read it
that there would be no,
great dlfflculty in reaching an a«reeopon all points of difference eitbat of the length of time for
the Instrument sbculd be gtv^:
a It would require a two-thirds
majority to carry tbe granting of the
tranchlse, and there was otdy a bare
quorwn preeeai, no attempt was made
to Mtlier Ax iba Atef gjaw the in-

ereninc and one w
home. Monday ew«lng will be the
lor a regnJar mooting, and «
there are a anfDclent number present
franchise *111 probably be acted

The Float Question is Easily Settled.
kkSm^nu

OTT&HAHNER
DRY CLEANERS
AND DYERS

Buy Best Flour

.NOW OPEN IXIB BUSINESS AT

IHANNIIH&LAYCO.

125 CASS ST.

Goods aHed For and Delivered.
YqUR SUMMER OUTFIT
Of farnlshlngB, if parchasoi] at
our store, will pot ooly 'reeolt In

Work Guaianteed.
Gtizens Phone________ No. 335

your getting better .values than
by buying at bapbaxard, but you
win get aleog

with

the high

quality of oar goods a style and

ROWLAND DOUGLASS
« HITINX. HOTEL

smartneaa In their appaaranea
very dressy and of

correct

VOgttA

KUBECK & HOYT, Union St CIoMiiers

A Sure Com Cure
Get a pair of our light
weight Canvas Shoes aod
your corns will leave with­
out medicine.
Ask to see the Misses’
Comfort Low Shoes with
rubber heels.

Dry Soft Wood
$1.50 per Load
nUVERSE CITY MFC. CO.


OOR LAKE AVE. AND lOTH.

TRYANBiEjWAO

are not eapen-Hve.

(Special to the DaHy Bagla)
SupL Tnsmp

of the Pers Margwene raltwey t
n the eouth.

. (Special to^ 0*»r Esgls.)
Montgomery, Ala. AllSust S,—Alaama hsa entered In aariieit upon the
rar new begun by the oWthem sutet

pany from blame of the Salem wreck.

martly

revoking the lloense of

the

the rood cannot be learwed, but Im.

Iness In this state, thM Outlawing the I mediately.

LIKELY TO BE A
PREPARES FOR
SHORTAGE! COAL
DEATH TONIGHT
MORE

MILLIONAIRE

OF

NEW

YORK

SERIOUS FAMINE WAN THAT

MAKES WILL AND SETTLES

OF LAST JrtfAR

UP BUSINESS AFFAIRS

to

With Enough Coal

^ne "TUnt
OMdber."
Made from fresh Limes,
delicately flavored .
with Creme de Manthe.

lOc
AMERICAN
^ANDY
hmSEN

UNDER CLKINS LAW

JURED On electric road
EAST OF JACKSON

nne DM Ni ss HI

nnEO sMioo
COMPANY

CONVICTED

CURING Rates

OF

PIWL

less than

TRAFFIC SCHEDULE

SBHOS HDgSgWTMl
John □. Rockefeller and Other Offlclaia
Wars in the Court Room «id Heartt
the Judge (have Hla Daelslen--nw
QraatM Fins Ever ImpaaaJ in tiw
Country.

die of ttie United StatM DIsMet eoMt
today handed dewn.a daeialaa Ip tM

Supply Boato Says He Would Rather Die Than Meet
Ohio Ship,

TWO OTHER PERSONS WERE IN­

H. A. Oliver. His Wife. Oaughtei
^Mother-In-Law and' a Quest M the
' Oliver Hwne Wees In
the Party. *'

intfiiTBEg n mn i

m Mims’ nam
cads are Unatde

CAR STRUCK AUTO;
THREE WOMEN KILLED

K. M. LANDIS AAYE THC

OIL OCTOPUS THC LIMIT

Being without the pale of the law He aays the train dlapetehlm
right, and blamea the
teetlen nor reeort to the ottta courts the freight train for the wrw

Southern Railway company to do bue-. ■^rtant
,
developments art expected

NORTHWEST W1U. ^ACE

JUDGE

the company cannot claim police pre-

against railroads and ha* made a step for redress.
Whether steps will
In advance of North Carelins by sum- taken at once to prevent eperotlon of

Demands of the Blackmailing

pers are Ruahlni Fuel to
Lake POf^

Oaveltad. 0-. Aug.'1.—The north(Special to the Dally Eagla)
New Tork. Aug. 3.—U the threat of
weat wUI suffer a mMOoOTare coal fa­
mine during the coaia^ winter thaa Che Black Hand aoclety of Armenians
the record-breaking lOM last year, Is carried oat. this wUl be UllUonalre
wh^lch cos so ma^-ihes, according AnnoD P Aleon't last day upon earth.
to big coal Bblwri ot this city.
He has dared disregard the demands
of the society for. money and Is
It Is declared tftit :tbe Inability
the railroads to sn^lf the boats with doomed to die tonight
1 and U»
demand (or
Aieon's handsome home Is well
ope-occaaiooed by ^ chialng of the guarded, but so positive la he
Mrtkeiot the ore'h^MIece will bring death U to be bla portion that he has
of the settled up all of his business affairs
lakes.
; and made his will. Ht» mother and
^ If all Bister have become reempd..,Be
ready to suffer SdptlL-hpt
Ill not .ub.,Jl to bl«to.U.
,0 5^0-

lUEIK la IIIPKMC

Jackson, lllch.. Aug.
wes'
boand car on the DetroiL Jackara ft
Chicago electric railroad strnck aa
antomoblle containing fire persooa at
SaitoD's croaalag. about three mMea
eaat of Jackson at T:30 last alghL
Mrs. EkBlly E. Pulrer, Ura. Leri Pal­
mer and BernlM Oliver were fclHed.
the two former Instantly; & Adalbert
Oliver, a prominent bualDess
who was driving the car. waa proba­
bly fatally injury while Ura. Oliver,
the fifth paasoiger In the antomablie.
escaped with eeriona. but not fatal laJuries*
Oliver. Mr*. Oliver and Mrs. Palmer
were taken aboard
brought to a boaplul in this city, bat
I Mrs. Palmer died before reaching the

easa of the Standard Oil onmg«iy «t

, ..
Two ,l«lrlc iai«r
Boland line and the Detroit,
Jackson A Chicago, running parallel,

company will '^paal to the U. S. Clw

'™*

Indiana.

Attar reviewing

the

sms,

Juge Landis gave the ewspsmy the
lljkit under the Eikine law. tbs ewn»
lative finw

baliig

SM.SW.0S0.

thd

greataat avar Impaead In this bountry.
Tha eempwiy wm eenvldtad of vi»
Man of tha «et VMwved Fsbn»ar|r
IS. IMU, known aa Dm Elkina law, an#
tha diarga -was that »e dafanda-M
proeurad transportation by . ttw Chi­
cago A Alton rallfoade at rdtaa leso
than thooc named in the traffic achedule publirtwd and filed with tha Mte^
etsu commeroe

eemmlaaien. at rw-'

quired by law.
S. O. WILL APPEAU
(Special to the. Dally E^a.)
Chieage. Aug. S^Thc Standard 0«
cult eeurt.

The

attff

aantwwa bda

caucod a acnaatloa all ovar the acabtry.

John D. Reckarcllcr and athar

offieUls of the MI trust were In tba
court fpore whon acntaneo waa pasa^

bbibbidursB

and this morning »p tha steamer ca>e- ^
aad brokra wood and lim
big ahlppara, that tlw railrcafia are quamegon. where they win enjoy a p,B«fnceri oi the car and the orow
briogliig In coal fast enough to baaket picnic. The purpoee of tbe rendered an the
NOPrrHKRN MICHIOAN ASSOClN
ouung
Is
for
toe
traveling
men
to
get
wu terribly Injured toterTlOrt WILL U THERE POR
load tbe ahlps
better acquainted with one another
CONVENTION AUO. U TD Sff
and for their families to become betbrain. Mra. Palmei^
ter acquainted.
^ crushed. Mrs. OUvw was
Ijirge sited lunch baskets were bruised ^n the shonldera. It U reporttaken along, hammocks, and other ed fro mthe White Crttas aanitarinm
(hinge for comfort, so that the day that there Is some slight hopes for
f- a dull one on toe Island.
‘Oliver's roeoveryT*«n Evan—Tenting SgaM la
al organlaxtlon now has a
R. A. Oliver Is one of the City"*
DEFECTIVE OPER.TINO SYSTEM
o! 41. uid ih.r.
.bo.t promln.st
mm mE
QP
pgpg MARQUETTE

^
enterpitees.
the initiation fee bui bare not been
Bernice Oliver was Oliver's daughCadillac. Aug. 3.—The B^sU Ot
SCORED BY JURY
! Initiated Teh order has agood mem- ter. nine .rears old. Mra. Palver was tola part of the aute will make thatr
Initiated. The order has a good metn- Mra. Oliver's mother, and Mrs. Palrters daring the middle of An­
; but also fonialns the naraea of a num met was a guest whom the family gus! at the BapUst aasemUy groonda
. ber of out of (own men
were taking out (or a pleaiore drive.
on Lake Mltchall. The Osceola BaptM
will bold meetings on An­
Freight Cr«w. Two Operators and
gus t 13 and 14. aod toe Northen
Pere Marquette Read for Oper­
.Michigan Baptist assccistlon will be
ating Under Defective
there fi>r meeilog August 16 to 20.
Rules, Blamed.
The firs' addiess '(or the lacer asembly will be drilvered by the R'T.
Nonlnlllv Mirfi -tug J -The mrjiidsoD B Thuxas. D. O.. of ChtCF. .e.
oiier'e Jury l:> thr Pere Marquette
Other protnlneni speakers will be the
wreck Inqiieft returned a rerdlfi late
luce. D. D., ot-Reel IJcy,
last night bimiituE the freight crew Includes only Mail Originating in Traverse Citv and Rev. Bdward Power;"
the Rev. S 9.
«i=h comd,a .1,1 ,1.
None of That Comin2 from the .NerghborinK ms.;' « le Moody iBsUtute, Chltrain, the two f>i..-reioni at Plymouth •
^
® . .............
esfo. will give three addresses ow
wbo copied and d- Ihered toe oeder to
' O'N OS
"Ueeifer Spiritual Lire ' The Eev. F.
toe frelglu crr» and the Pere Mar-,
----------B Cutter of Oxford, e
queue railroad It-'r operating under
Since July 1 Lhe IcoaJ poslofice
Cedar Run sDd other nearby places.
Baptist Suoday school i
defective rules.
been (aking aeparate weights of toe The weights la pounds (or toe month
tlon. will give four addresaes otuStmFurther the verdict says:
“aJI*. according to inairuction, from were as follows and divided accord day school work. Tbe Rev. T. H.
“Tbe coUlslon was the resalt of a, the department : Washington, and Ing to classes:
Bayies of KalkaskA will give addreeaFirst class ............................................... 2.103
of order No. 3 a the pan Postmaster O. P. Car
es 00 "The Vatlonal B T. p. D. CoBof Condoctor Hamintm, aiglneer Rog- Ple'*<l hi* totels for the month of July, Beeond elaaa .......................................... g.m ventlon." aod give several devaaoaal
era Hoad Brakemin Briggs and Flag-! which gives some Idea of the volume Third elsas ............................................ 682 Bible studies Prof. C. L Lundberg
489
mail Bockw of trel" No. 7L due to the | of busloees which Is done In (he local Fourth class .................................
will have charge of the music, which
Is promis^ will be good.
12470
wU^^wL prepared by Operator! The figare* which follow are looal
Plans are being made to make the
Savre and delivered by Operator Ce»- »M1 only, originating In Traveree Oty
laembly better than ever, aad tha
aldy at Plymoath station.
—*
mvenlenee and comfort of all will be
pounds which come from Provemont,
“And further, we find toe operating
catered to. Heale will be served oa
«n of the Pere MariiaeUe wd toe| =
the ground, and boats will make regu­
ar trips. TenUng space will be pro­
ralee and
seme defective In that It does
dded free of diarge.
not order that all englnw run­
ning under a special achedole and
not on U>e reg^ar time card
ehoold be obliged to atop for 'ordere
at an statlona which have been indi­ loeet Llnderleaf and Ida May Linder SupL I. B. Gilbert Returned Fro
Funeral Held This Afternoen, Rev. R.
cated by orders to other' trains as
Coehlln OffidaUng.
leaf Granted a Divorce—Judges
Ksismazeo, Where He Has
meering points. We find farther chat
The tunaral of Mra. H. AdsUaa
Return Heme.
Been TeecMng.
the absence of such a role was as
Bmlto was held at tbe boma o< Mr,>
equally a direct' and
At tbe last aesalon of toe adjoarned
Superintendent L B. Qllbert te- and Mra. K. B. Pratt this aftenoim
aad aa fully responsible for the ool- term of Circuit court, held last eventunted Iqst night Qwm Kalamasoo, and tU body wu laid la tba tanlir
Ualon as the feUure of «ald crew of Ing, Judge Davis directed a verdict in
where he has been teerlltng tn the lot at Oakwood.
train No. 71 to Properly read ordc the ease of Oeorge W. Benham va the
Tha Bav. D. (JodOln od tha Oooff
sommer achooL He reports an esoelNo. 3 or the impertect and lmpri>p«r Farmers' Motuai Fire
lent teesiOE of the school with a very gatloaal tkoreh offielatad. raadtBE
manner In which the sa
pfOMtoaa of Ufa to tboaa «bo baUsta
of Caiarlev(uz. Bminet and Cheboygan large attendance, about 600.
pared end delivered."
countire, the plaintiff receiving a JudgIn aU tha nmmer echoeds therel from tha Bertptntaa. aad atoo mahlv
The Inquest had been In progress' ment <M 31,966.14. Inanranoe on the were abmit MOO people, with over «M afawM&arito. ■mar B. Whtta mag
aevea daya end the Jury was out buildings waa not
of aw tavDrita hymns of ^ 4m
at ML pteasanL 400 at Karqwtta, Beseven boora aad a halt The verdlrt
judge Davis also granted a decraa
oaaaad. *1 WoSId Not liva AJwicr.*
ia based upon Ote, deatt^ Mre. Abram of Uvorea tn Um oBse « Mom liar
Bddyoft«*““««ATethatMra.Bddyideriaaf *».l4a M*y
artioM atlbe U. oC M. OM 7
came to her death beeaaM Of Injuries
jnOf, Mayne iwtaned hosne jertar- •too very Mrga.
sustained ts a benAA OoDlalon be­ day atternoon. and'lodge-Dovla Mt
tween loan ftolSht Nb, n end special' at 10:46 Ola BoralBg.
OOOO PIANO to trade for dttmt
exearakB into No. IH on the Pere
taOA OMl
ns
Mamaeae'xA^ a aCe aad a half

RAILROAD AND MEN
HEIO RESPONSIBLE -

PMVBT IHIDS:BPKn

KBHiier am no oie

IM59 POUNDS OF MAIL WEIGHED
IN LOCAL OFFICE DURING JULY

iviiEi sew Ptmiui

JODtlBIT FOt THE PUIITIF

Mint Limeade

u.'s.cooitr

tyatem Is All Wght.

statametn defending the
Vets May be TekerT et Reguler Meet

ipraift

• Y
Oen. Bupt, Trump ef t

Datrctt. Aug.

Mi

m. H. Ljiin is„8yna

LAJirr.--T.

-

FAOB *

;

me Pally Eagle
OFFICE 112 WEST FRONT STREET
Both Phenes N. CS.
SUBSCRIPTIONS:
One weeiv, by carrier.................... lOo
One uienUa, br mul.......... ............. tbc
Three niouUts, by mail.................. 7Sc
Blx 'njonOui, by meU-..............
Od» yetf. or meU .....................^..$3.00
Subseritofs te the belly Eagle are

TELEPHONES:
Basle oace BptS 1*00001 No. «&
Eepo«afo.Katl»eiiS. 476. UlS. S23.

■ imBAlggEAc^ammDA'rfA^ong'r.. i«or.

parade as shall be detennined npoa.
Twenty-flye dollan for the flrst, |U
for tbe eecoDd aod 410 for the. third.
jSach lodge w|]| appoint a committee
which committees wHl meet at some
time fixed by the lodges, and detbr*
mine the klod of a parade aod aelect
the'Judges. This la'opeo to all lodges RICHARDSON REFUSES TO WORK
in Wexford county. WITH DARROW AND WITH­
DRAWS FROM CASE.

DENVER MAN
DECLARES DISGUST

NEW jyPE Of
STEAM EN6INE

DUtOW III fl^ tlMIEE
I Uoyer attd Pettl-

=aai-

$

9 $ 9 $ t i 9 9 9
A Swi^s AccoM
l^ATHERSi
Eamng Three Per Cent Interest
That grow.Dir ooy of yours, of whom you think so
much, can begin right now to learn how to save and ^
In
this Strong Conservative Bank
he thrifty, ifjii6f*herjnll_h^
your help,
may make for him the difference hetwcen succeaa "
hod failure in life. We will help you to

START HIM RIGHT

ENGINEER OF BARCELONA HAS
AN INVENTION THAT WILL
CAUSE A REVOLUTION

*

-MAKES THE BEST INVESTMENT.For the can wlip geu wEge* out of a icA. or foe die men
get* a SnUiy out/ cf e piiAioa.

SeviM deposits mdde during the firft ftve days of this
Boise, Id., Aug. 3.—The serrlees of
Attorney Bdmund F. Richardson of
atr
laoDth draw mtereft firoo/^iguft Ift.
Denver of oouosel for the defense In
re; & J.
the Haywoo^ trial, recently concluded,
We do not close at noon
have been disposed with by the
Western Federation of Ulners. Attor
Open every Wednesday evening.
!;‘H.'S"TJn:bQil^
Wait
ney Nugent of the defense has with­
Borenth stibct; i. W. Woeoe. m
OLOEBT AND $TRONOE#T BANK IN NORTHERNMICHIOAN
drawn, Ind Attorney Clarence S. nar­
- ■ - ■
, Pot the
row of Chicago has been retained and
given full charge of the defease In
wood at a mass meeting to be held j Harry Monroe, chairman; W. D. C.
WlltiaBi Loudon hea received a copy tbe Moyer and Pettibone cases.
: the. “Farm Implement Newa,"
This action on the pan of tbe West-; at one of the open al^^ gardens, dor- Germaine, Thoa. W. Shane. Jaa. KeCOMING EVENTS.
which contains an article on roUttee -n Federation of Miners bears out the Ittg which ume be wUt deliver sm ad- hoe.
lar-s Oaughtar’ steam engine, which. It the article la rumors of dissension among<tbe 00un- d?esi. Everything'depends npon the| Police Committee—£. W. Greillc^.
tt4he Oiand Opera £
accurate, promises to revolQUonlxe sel for the defense that were current wtuingnes* of the proposed guest of chairman; Wm. F. Gaines. B. P. Bums’
Aagun »- -ln Old Kes
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
during the trial. At that time (heae honor to submit to the plans, for tho,Wdon H. Bums. Arthur Desprea
the/.stesm ecglne. The article Is
ONE NIGHT ONLY I
eraad Opera Hooaa.
follows:
rumors were atrennously denied.
local unions place no limit opon the
Judges of Court—John A. Loranger,
\wm. ifr—Doa^ ft Hatfield’s.
of tbe reception or the number chairman; Jas. E. .Campbell. RUey
Won't Work With Darrow.
“A new type of steam engine tor
I isireU at the Grand Opera Boose,
'Sweera; Angus McC<«. clerk.
Last night Mr. Richardson
which remarkable claims are made is
\n& 17—•‘Two Orphans," Grand
Ladles- and Children’s cimmlttee—
H. Moyer, president of tbe
referred to in a report by United1 that he had not been noUfled1 as yet
A Play That Entertains
SUtea Consul B. H. Ridgley, of Bat-. whether or not any action had been^ Western PederatiOD of Miners, code- B. P. Bums, chairman; Geo. E. AmlPrcMt W. F. Kaas’B
on; J.
cehmA Spain. Ur. Ridgley wm««
taken on bis withdrawal. He declared: fendant with William D. Haywood. one. Eobt Price. Ralph An<
STARTUNG SENSATION
Denver to paitld- P. Oberiln, Vfm. -Trude,
NO USE FOR PESSIMISrs.
■Senor Pedro Pulgjaner. a well-.Lemphaticallj that before leaving Boise
members of the committee for
^ demobstmUon.
- -t was unfortunate thst there w , known engineer ot Ban»lona."has Inl
released
Committee on Grounds — Prank
Sot a eofflclent number of aldenoenI vented and aubmlued to practical ‘*** defense and of the counsel for the
p:. aent at the meeting last evening Wale a routlve steam engine which It <*®*«**
“e**"
i sm ‘**'“J*‘*
J"”'
U enable tbe council to take definite !>* asserted wUJ cause a revoluUoo In' *
»»rrow, whether or
ungra^ul for hto to parWm. J. Irwin. Arttnr li Grelaction upon the granUng of tbe street jail cotmtrtes where steam Is used. It
to be a case for the ‘f
*■
Filway franchise. It is also unfor- U claimed .for this remarkable engine "
Federation of Miners. «« «■ Jj**^**,^
_________
I *ho once stood charged
Amusement
Games—Anton F.
statement.
chaiwed with
with the'
tbe
Amueemem and
»i
Itnate lhat the memters of the___ that it may be applied to all purposes
__
_
“'“I
refused
to
““®
offense
that
he.
Moyer,
U
yet
to
J
Straub,
chairman;
Chas.
Germaine.
J.
**
Bittee on this proposiUon are unableJ for which steam power is required,
J. Corcoran. W C. Hull, Jaa. Eehoe,
I land or'lm'sea. aid That'^
further." 1^
agree, either with themselves or i
Fred PraU, David Campbell.
tbe,- ettomey for the railroad people, I consumes
t cme-flfth the ooal per 'be said. "Since you haye asked me'
Most plsasing—flwj.
Refreshment Ckimmlttee—Chas. W.
it again; I
of the sections of the'or^ [
!»««>■ Umt ordinary engines POlnt-blank, J will
Faust, cbalmisn; E; B. Wilhelm, StmAn immediste
work
with
Mr.
Darrow
under
any
consume. For example, it is declared
uel n«. Albert Novotny, Philip SherconsIderaUos.
we have no definite knowI.|“*»‘ * *’"‘P
500 tons of coal
mer,
C.
J.
Lelaud,
Fred
Dunn,
Frank
°^«Lis.i. M(k meass. i to
mK ,0 u,rc'™" Oi
I«JUW idMm m- Tbe
■ “ whole aum and substance of
TEDDY.
c
?J„BEAR
Nay, Joe. Brothers. F. J. Bechtel,
San a a, uk a, to. Tu Ptoe.
Clair Buckner, G> B.
TTk funny COONS
Wm. Bloodgood. Chas. Hallberg. Mode
6. P. O. E. WILL BROWSE FRom ' Bleb, Frank Novotny. Harry Rarrts.
SAGACIOUS SOAK
Joe. aieder, Lonla Sleder, Ongor
..
„ .5 „P.UM.
•“
»«"W~ 07
“Hi"'
PRICES: ^ ..
Gerst. Wm. Dill, R. E. Weaver. Louis
iubststttla] company could accept. It
martae engine. Thia nlao
“®“® a man s life,
Prices 2Sc, 3Sc, SOc
Kaufman. Jos. Kavan. Gual Gottlieb.
35c
has be«a Intimated quite strongly ^
bunker space, but not to Ternia Bpteeh “Rank.'
SeaUoa sale at Box Office' Wadnes- 2Sc
with some show of plausibility, that'
are
0>e «nal d£
"Preadilng socialism and trying a
day. Aug, 7th. at « p m. Phone 497.
thare was some selfish motive back of ““**“*••
“** are entirely dlSerent matmsiu Were you evar ta an awt.
Mftl pastnonT Je«wtt-i am SB tte
R an to prevent ectlon lor the bene-1 "The Inventor says' that even when E!'*'
believe it look ^
I «rs CMpeeted Fiwm tea. Hewin-HowtsthaO Jmnht of tbe interesu of the whole dty.
a question of motive powef of
* closing apeedi before the " ®
I have two girla living in te ——
We certainly hope that thte ie not
Importance, the consumption J,""'

sireel-New Tertt Prw.
true, and that the reason of this o^-' ^
eagt"* «• con^
position Is based upon an error
to a half a kilo (1.1 pounds) per
«“'>«“« or 9^*Jndgment and not lor selfish leasout *«*"■■
horse power, and does not . ***
**>'
eecond ananai charity picnic of
'm wlth-lhe intent to Injure or retard
beyond this
tte pivlng tx as following streets ire
vhilB other ^078,
gtrong .
»
'
4he growth and
the baity

Bd ea

People’s Savings Banlf^ f

ns tail pliBns HW

Traverse Vity State Bank

_____

9$9iSi$ 99$$

grand opera house

AUGUST 8tli. AUGUST 9fh.

r’state^

OarUngtOB & lOiigstan

THE
“MOONSHINER’S”
DAUGHTER

Our
Old
Kentucky
Home

w.^',ri3^us„

SECOND ANNUAL
CHARITTPICMC

SEE

tOailTEB K HI mi

Hear the Bans.

THEATRE tAlK Md. 7

__________f,

street bwm te wen end at
AIT of tha .iriarmaa *o

* quarter Of a kilo (0.65 pound)



^
the appllcJ^lt the slxt?*y^**St
- for.

itat
Oier aak
We are--------------------ttey win not. If they are good bnainesa
BOB, and cannot vflth safety to them■mves or even the best Interesu of
the city. a«»»pt less.
1

Biins unuGosns

ite «r
Una of
Ite
before Oie 31st day of July. im.

cmi^

"Another clato for (he engine la its
weight The ordinary 100 bone power
evaRinlB weighs
walatta fifteen
Affaan
V. for example,
«“«*“«•
*®"*- “
*»?■
*be engine being
®“cb smaller, the coat of production

city now has the opportunity to do
considerably below the prlcre
ethipg nf Importance to benefit
“fdlnary englnM of the same capacthis whole region aoTlhere should be
0>at the
BO herltxtton In taking immediate ac-.r*™’“
lodlcaled
tion. Croakers and self Interest gt 1 gerated. when It Is com
the expense of tbe publlo good should ! "«*•"« combines all the eesentlal
be relegated.
and eBIclent working capacities of the
Xow Is the golden opportunity; now.engine In use at the present day
U the accepted Ume: now Is the Um# •“ '*>lch the position with rectilinear
to act. It Ik the duty of our cltltens'
'« employed. Including, conseto glv-. this emerprlse a boost bv giv''"Jentty, those which are the propermriral support 1/-nothing
improved turbines
- Who win not do this
f®""- The inventor has
influence pub- Protected his engine by patent In
e gnod of the I
and elsewhere and has applied
.i,M. te
-s,.,.-.,
3U1.I iHg a 1
1 The hole li

- -■

-

Eton atieet from te kan
te Btren east to tha wan

' a far beuv



IMPORTANT DATE AT MANTON
REUNION DEMONSTRATION.

Men Fast Sixty In Dangtr.
More than half of mankind ___
xty years ot age suffer from kidney
and bladder disorders, usually enlaig^
ment of prosute glands. This la both
painful and dangerous, and Foley's
Kidney Cure should be taken at the
first sign of danger, as it corrects l^
VantoD, Mlch„ Aug. 13.—It has b««D regulariUes and has cored many old
tended by the committee on arrange- men of this disease Mr. Rodney Burreeots to make one ot the reunion
ed with enlarged prostata gluid and
ftsya, August 29, a grangeria day and kidney oroubls for yeara and after tak­
for that purpose fifty (ollsrs will be ing two botUes of Foley's Kidney Care
•Warded in prises to lodges furnfsh- 1 feel better than { have for twenty
. teg the ben berseback parade or such years, althon^ I am now 91 yeara
6. E. Walt ft Sons.
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,.w

.



^

» social, p
"TJU. ..U.M
er«l..
uch disgust among tbe asaoelaied
counsel for the defense throSS
the trial. However, I do not know
hr^^n'for'Mr**N
know nothing of that
matter.'.’
.
Moyer te California.
'

_____ _

clean as bIi.- scr

RAU«H a. HAJBTmoa.

caty Tnassrar.
K>va*- With Office. Room 202 State Bank buUdlng.
July l-t27
uuuin*.
this Increase In farce a big time Ja as­
sured.
"Mr. Darrow handles a lawsuit—or
Tbe
**

ExecuUve Board—A. L. Joyce, chairTracy H
®
°’
cbalrman; John R. Santo. A.

,;f

„„„

la often J

mTHB two or. I
«f-^sr»bgitf J*fttert4Be(
ml^ annrer IteBtee it liBB bHa tite elemeatr cf sDccen riUdi.eter

teiraln itettttwrt etiwigth^ both bscatin udd^ln thtei^

w*y that hBS drawn the teen of miUions of people -jpct its first
prodn^n. It is donbtful If a story of more paUietk interest has
ever been or ever wiU be srjrittea than this tale ^two friendless girla

Muskegon and Grand Rapids. Rate
2.00. Sunday. -August 4. Train
save Traverae City at 6:30 a m.
osters or ask ticket ageuu for par
culars.
H. P. Moeller. 0. P. A.

Finance Committee—L. R. Siickney.
chairman; W. W, SmlOi, Samuel Gar-

•o.M vl.„ Wr or Cl- S' e"
r.lcliiirdson said:
, , .

EXCl^StONS

PeweMabqubtte

pte^ te, an bon «iul 8ie fnt |

•liM ttaao, tiie

' **■

Music Comi
'mmii tee—Fred Wursburg,
chairman; W. H. Campbell, Chas. Va'der, Chas. Skejrher, W. D. Stewart,

""

-

'vn^ fiinunaie ciiourh io be released,''-,,”*""^"’P®''-.
kell.
Invitation Committee—J. W, Han-'
*“® P«**tlon to be so uncertain, bis
case not having been decided one way‘ nen. chairman; A. L. Jo.vce, Angus Mcnor the-other, that he thought it would; Coll.
Committee on
Transportation—
be best not 4o come to Denver or Col­
orado.”
Mr. Richardson said he would not
Uke any part in the reception to
avHwood uppn bis arrival here. "1
don’t care to have my clothes torn off,
nor to have any

FLEAS
"A rca&ooable ai ouni of fleas is
a good thing ft. a_ dog.
_
Thev
keep iiito from broodm
ooding on the
fact that he ii. idog.■le amoum
s
A reasonable
of lee orden, is a good thing for Ta.ilor
.cmpia-.ioa's
way!** Huy of 1
Both ‘Phones.

JJit C. B. Tajim CW Co.

DUinSMn FDi BITWHgi
MAN Will be HONOREb upon
HI8 RETURN TO DENVER

YOUR

\

HRSfr Deposit
Repiwents jwit fint (tep hwa^Tniccesi and
indqteodaice. Yout savings accoiW-will si^
fJy you widi reaijy. money bi tbe day o{ opportuui^. Don't delay to start an account We.
inrite tbe accounts of diose who wish to start in
a small wyt. -Four per cent compound interest

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
U. S. DBROSnXMEV.

Between S8M0 and 60/100 Persbhe
Will Take Part and Haywood
May Speak.
Denver Aug. 3.—PracUcally all of
th6_5nlons of te dty were repre­
sented at. a meeting here whldi bad
for It# purpoee tbe perfection of plana
ter honoring WUUtm D. Haywood,
retstfy-treasurer ot tbe Western Fed­
eration of Miners, who was acquitted
on the charge of conspiring to murder
former Govenior
Stennenberg ..
Idaho. On bis arrival in this dty from
Salt L^te City Saturday evening.
A popular demonstration wlb be
5 in which it la estimated by tmts between 26.W10 and 60,000 per­
sons win take part.
Haywood May Speak.
An effort will be made to have Haywood addreu the populace somwhere
along tbe line of march and also to
wbtelt to a reospOon whan pli who
wish may shake Ua hand. On Sai'
If agrerehla to the prtndpal Un___ .
great ontpourisg wffl greet Hay-

being left alone in te gay dty of Paris, httti beanOfnl and one of
tem Uind; teir aeparation, and the fudeous dangers tey fiOl into;

TTKseare artistic patte«w and coloriogs, suitable for any room in '
the bouse, and we have jirfced them about TWO DOLLARS
LESS than regular price lor quick selling. '

?4ix9 for $5.25 9xl0<ih for $7.50
9x9 for $6.25 9x12 for $8.50
JootncmodSOSodia’Ki^iwixllolM.
Same $ay heeMini gtamt.

PASHKAS, enSTOUS ASD VAjniBRS iCAT
CTAH(iB, bat as long as humanity exists onr pamlona can never
tenge,- good and evil will battle for sapremacyr and lost so lone a
play like «TE£ TWO ORPHAHS” that eptomim te beat and
of Ufe*o hldny wiU Uve, and
will ap.

Haurrf AMMS



GRAND, OPERA HOUSE SATUR?- ..na!v ii.vji.TCTT,*

FAOB *

;

me Pally Eagle
OFFICE 112 WEST FRONT STREET
Both Phenes N. CS.
SUBSCRIPTIONS:
One weeiv, by carrier.................... lOo
One uienUa, br mul.......... ............. tbc
Three niouUts, by mail.................. 7Sc
Blx 'njonOui, by meU-..............
Od» yetf. or meU .....................^..$3.00
Subseritofs te the belly Eagle are

TELEPHONES:
Basle oace BptS 1*00001 No. «&
Eepo«afo.Katl»eiiS. 476. UlS. S23.

■ imBAlggEAc^ammDA'rfA^ong'r.. i«or.

parade as shall be detennined npoa.
Twenty-flye dollan for the flrst, |U
for tbe eecoDd aod 410 for the. third.
jSach lodge w|]| appoint a committee
which committees wHl meet at some
time fixed by the lodges, and detbr*
mine the klod of a parade aod aelect
the'Judges. This la'opeo to all lodges RICHARDSON REFUSES TO WORK
in Wexford county. WITH DARROW AND WITH­
DRAWS FROM CASE.

DENVER MAN
DECLARES DISGUST

NEW jyPE Of
STEAM EN6INE

DUtOW III fl^ tlMIEE
I Uoyer attd Pettl-

=aai-

$

9 $ 9 $ t i 9 9 9
A Swi^s AccoM
l^ATHERSi
Eamng Three Per Cent Interest
That grow.Dir ooy of yours, of whom you think so
much, can begin right now to learn how to save and ^
In
this Strong Conservative Bank
he thrifty, ifjii6f*herjnll_h^
your help,
may make for him the difference hetwcen succeaa "
hod failure in life. We will help you to

START HIM RIGHT

ENGINEER OF BARCELONA HAS
AN INVENTION THAT WILL
CAUSE A REVOLUTION

*

-MAKES THE BEST INVESTMENT.For the can wlip geu wEge* out of a icA. or foe die men
get* a SnUiy out/ cf e piiAioa.

SeviM deposits mdde during the firft ftve days of this
Boise, Id., Aug. 3.—The serrlees of
Attorney Bdmund F. Richardson of
atr
laoDth draw mtereft firoo/^iguft Ift.
Denver of oouosel for the defense In
re; & J.
the Haywoo^ trial, recently concluded,
We do not close at noon
have been disposed with by the
Western Federation of Ulners. Attor
Open every Wednesday evening.
!;‘H.'S"TJn:bQil^
Wait
ney Nugent of the defense has with­
Borenth stibct; i. W. Woeoe. m
OLOEBT AND $TRONOE#T BANK IN NORTHERNMICHIOAN
drawn, Ind Attorney Clarence S. nar­
- ■ - ■
, Pot the
row of Chicago has been retained and
given full charge of the defease In
wood at a mass meeting to be held j Harry Monroe, chairman; W. D. C.
WlltiaBi Loudon hea received a copy tbe Moyer and Pettibone cases.
: the. “Farm Implement Newa,"
This action on the pan of tbe West-; at one of the open al^^ gardens, dor- Germaine, Thoa. W. Shane. Jaa. KeCOMING EVENTS.
which contains an article on roUttee -n Federation of Miners bears out the Ittg which ume be wUt deliver sm ad- hoe.
lar-s Oaughtar’ steam engine, which. It the article la rumors of dissension among<tbe 00un- d?esi. Everything'depends npon the| Police Committee—£. W. Greillc^.
tt4he Oiand Opera £
accurate, promises to revolQUonlxe sel for the defense that were current wtuingnes* of the proposed guest of chairman; Wm. F. Gaines. B. P. Bums’
Aagun »- -ln Old Kes
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
during the trial. At that time (heae honor to submit to the plans, for tho,Wdon H. Bums. Arthur Desprea
the/.stesm ecglne. The article Is
ONE NIGHT ONLY I
eraad Opera Hooaa.
follows:
rumors were atrennously denied.
local unions place no limit opon the
Judges of Court—John A. Loranger,
\wm. ifr—Doa^ ft Hatfield’s.
of tbe reception or the number chairman; Jas. E. .Campbell. RUey
Won't Work With Darrow.
“A new type of steam engine tor
I isireU at the Grand Opera Boose,
'Sweera; Angus McC<«. clerk.
Last night Mr. Richardson
which remarkable claims are made is
\n& 17—•‘Two Orphans," Grand
Ladles- and Children’s cimmlttee—
H. Moyer, president of tbe
referred to in a report by United1 that he had not been noUfled1 as yet
A Play That Entertains
SUtea Consul B. H. Ridgley, of Bat-. whether or not any action had been^ Western PederatiOD of Miners, code- B. P. Bums, chairman; Geo. E. AmlPrcMt W. F. Kaas’B
on; J.
cehmA Spain. Ur. Ridgley wm««
taken on bis withdrawal. He declared: fendant with William D. Haywood. one. Eobt Price. Ralph An<
STARTUNG SENSATION
Denver to paitld- P. Oberiln, Vfm. -Trude,
NO USE FOR PESSIMISrs.
■Senor Pedro Pulgjaner. a well-.Lemphaticallj that before leaving Boise
members of the committee for
^ demobstmUon.
- -t was unfortunate thst there w , known engineer ot Ban»lona."has Inl
released
Committee on Grounds — Prank
Sot a eofflclent number of aldenoenI vented and aubmlued to practical ‘*** defense and of the counsel for the
p:. aent at the meeting last evening Wale a routlve steam engine which It <*®*«**
“e**"
i sm ‘**'“J*‘*
J"”'
U enable tbe council to take definite !>* asserted wUJ cause a revoluUoo In' *
»»rrow, whether or
ungra^ul for hto to parWm. J. Irwin. Arttnr li Grelaction upon the granUng of tbe street jail cotmtrtes where steam Is used. It
to be a case for the ‘f
*■
Filway franchise. It is also unfor- U claimed .for this remarkable engine "
Federation of Miners. «« «■ Jj**^**,^
_________
I *ho once stood charged
Amusement
Games—Anton F.
statement.
chaiwed with
with the'
tbe
Amueemem and
»i
Itnate lhat the memters of the___ that it may be applied to all purposes
__
_
“'“I
refused
to
““®
offense
that
he.
Moyer,
U
yet
to
J
Straub,
chairman;
Chas.
Germaine.
J.
**
Bittee on this proposiUon are unableJ for which steam power is required,
J. Corcoran. W C. Hull, Jaa. Eehoe,
I land or'lm'sea. aid That'^
further." 1^
agree, either with themselves or i
Fred PraU, David Campbell.
tbe,- ettomey for the railroad people, I consumes
t cme-flfth the ooal per 'be said. "Since you haye asked me'
Most plsasing—flwj.
Refreshment Ckimmlttee—Chas. W.
it again; I
of the sections of the'or^ [
!»««>■ Umt ordinary engines POlnt-blank, J will
Faust, cbalmisn; E; B. Wilhelm, StmAn immediste
work
with
Mr.
Darrow
under
any
consume. For example, it is declared
uel n«. Albert Novotny, Philip SherconsIderaUos.
we have no definite knowI.|“*»‘ * *’"‘P
500 tons of coal
mer,
C.
J.
Lelaud,
Fred
Dunn,
Frank
°^«Lis.i. M(k meass. i to
mK ,0 u,rc'™" Oi
I«JUW idMm m- Tbe
■ “ whole aum and substance of
TEDDY.
c
?J„BEAR
Nay, Joe. Brothers. F. J. Bechtel,
San a a, uk a, to. Tu Ptoe.
Clair Buckner, G> B.
TTk funny COONS
Wm. Bloodgood. Chas. Hallberg. Mode
6. P. O. E. WILL BROWSE FRom ' Bleb, Frank Novotny. Harry Rarrts.
SAGACIOUS SOAK
Joe. aieder, Lonla Sleder, Ongor
..
„ .5 „P.UM.
•“
»«"W~ 07
“Hi"'
PRICES: ^ ..
Gerst. Wm. Dill, R. E. Weaver. Louis
iubststttla] company could accept. It
martae engine. Thia nlao
“®“® a man s life,
Prices 2Sc, 3Sc, SOc
Kaufman. Jos. Kavan. Gual Gottlieb.
35c
has be«a Intimated quite strongly ^
bunker space, but not to Ternia Bpteeh “Rank.'
SeaUoa sale at Box Office' Wadnes- 2Sc
with some show of plausibility, that'
are
0>e «nal d£
"Preadilng socialism and trying a
day. Aug, 7th. at « p m. Phone 497.
thare was some selfish motive back of ““**“*••
“** are entirely dlSerent matmsiu Were you evar ta an awt.
Mftl pastnonT Je«wtt-i am SB tte
R an to prevent ectlon lor the bene-1 "The Inventor says' that even when E!'*'
believe it look ^
I «rs CMpeeted Fiwm tea. Hewin-HowtsthaO Jmnht of tbe interesu of the whole dty.
a question of motive powef of
* closing apeedi before the " ®
I have two girla living in te ——
We certainly hope that thte ie not
Importance, the consumption J,""'

sireel-New Tertt Prw.
true, and that the reason of this o^-' ^
eagt"* «• con^
position Is based upon an error
to a half a kilo (1.1 pounds) per
«“'>«“« or 9^*Jndgment and not lor selfish leasout *«*"■■
horse power, and does not . ***
**>'
eecond ananai charity picnic of
'm wlth-lhe intent to Injure or retard
beyond this
tte pivlng tx as following streets ire
vhilB other ^078,
gtrong .
»
'
4he growth and
the baity

Bd ea

People’s Savings Banlf^ f

ns tail pliBns HW

Traverse Vity State Bank

_____

9$9iSi$ 99$$

grand opera house

AUGUST 8tli. AUGUST 9fh.

r’state^

OarUngtOB & lOiigstan

THE
“MOONSHINER’S”
DAUGHTER

Our
Old
Kentucky
Home

w.^',ri3^us„

SECOND ANNUAL
CHARITTPICMC

SEE

tOailTEB K HI mi

Hear the Bans.

THEATRE tAlK Md. 7

__________f,

street bwm te wen end at
AIT of tha .iriarmaa *o

* quarter Of a kilo (0.65 pound)



^
the appllcJ^lt the slxt?*y^**St
- for.

itat
Oier aak
We are--------------------ttey win not. If they are good bnainesa
BOB, and cannot vflth safety to them■mves or even the best Interesu of
the city. a«»»pt less.
1

Biins unuGosns

ite «r
Una of
Ite
before Oie 31st day of July. im.

cmi^

"Another clato for (he engine la its
weight The ordinary 100 bone power
evaRinlB weighs
walatta fifteen
Affaan
V. for example,
«“«*“«•
*®"*- “
*»?■
*be engine being
®“cb smaller, the coat of production

city now has the opportunity to do
considerably below the prlcre
ethipg nf Importance to benefit
“fdlnary englnM of the same capacthis whole region aoTlhere should be
0>at the
BO herltxtton In taking immediate ac-.r*™’“
lodlcaled
tion. Croakers and self Interest gt 1 gerated. when It Is com
the expense of tbe publlo good should ! "«*•"« combines all the eesentlal
be relegated.
and eBIclent working capacities of the
Xow Is the golden opportunity; now.engine In use at the present day
U the accepted Ume: now Is the Um# •“ '*>lch the position with rectilinear
to act. It Ik the duty of our cltltens'
'« employed. Including, conseto glv-. this emerprlse a boost bv giv''"Jentty, those which are the propermriral support 1/-nothing
improved turbines
- Who win not do this
f®""- The inventor has
influence pub- Protected his engine by patent In
e gnod of the I
and elsewhere and has applied
.i,M. te
-s,.,.-.,
3U1.I iHg a 1
1 The hole li

- -■

-

Eton atieet from te kan
te Btren east to tha wan

' a far beuv



IMPORTANT DATE AT MANTON
REUNION DEMONSTRATION.

Men Fast Sixty In Dangtr.
More than half of mankind ___
xty years ot age suffer from kidney
and bladder disorders, usually enlaig^
ment of prosute glands. This la both
painful and dangerous, and Foley's
Kidney Cure should be taken at the
first sign of danger, as it corrects l^
VantoD, Mlch„ Aug. 13.—It has b««D regulariUes and has cored many old
tended by the committee on arrange- men of this disease Mr. Rodney Burreeots to make one ot the reunion
ed with enlarged prostata gluid and
ftsya, August 29, a grangeria day and kidney oroubls for yeara and after tak­
for that purpose fifty (ollsrs will be ing two botUes of Foley's Kidney Care
•Warded in prises to lodges furnfsh- 1 feel better than { have for twenty
. teg the ben berseback parade or such years, althon^ I am now 91 yeara
6. E. Walt ft Sons.
eodw

,.w

.



^

» social, p
"TJU. ..U.M
er«l..
uch disgust among tbe asaoelaied
counsel for the defense throSS
the trial. However, I do not know
hr^^n'for'Mr**N
know nothing of that
matter.'.’
.
Moyer te California.
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clean as bIi.- scr

RAU«H a. HAJBTmoa.

caty Tnassrar.
K>va*- With Office. Room 202 State Bank buUdlng.
July l-t27
uuuin*.
this Increase In farce a big time Ja as­
sured.
"Mr. Darrow handles a lawsuit—or
Tbe
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ExecuUve Board—A. L. Joyce, chairTracy H
®
°’
cbalrman; John R. Santo. A.

,;f

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la often J

mTHB two or. I
«f-^sr»bgitf J*fttert4Be(
ml^ annrer IteBtee it liBB bHa tite elemeatr cf sDccen riUdi.eter

teiraln itettttwrt etiwigth^ both bscatin udd^ln thtei^

w*y that hBS drawn the teen of miUions of people -jpct its first
prodn^n. It is donbtful If a story of more paUietk interest has
ever been or ever wiU be srjrittea than this tale ^two friendless girla

Muskegon and Grand Rapids. Rate
2.00. Sunday. -August 4. Train
save Traverae City at 6:30 a m.
osters or ask ticket ageuu for par
culars.
H. P. Moeller. 0. P. A.

Finance Committee—L. R. Siickney.
chairman; W. W, SmlOi, Samuel Gar-

•o.M vl.„ Wr or Cl- S' e"
r.lcliiirdson said:
, , .

EXCl^StONS

PeweMabqubtte

pte^ te, an bon «iul 8ie fnt |

•liM ttaao, tiie

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Music Comi
'mmii tee—Fred Wursburg,
chairman; W. H. Campbell, Chas. Va'der, Chas. Skejrher, W. D. Stewart,

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'vn^ fiinunaie ciiourh io be released,''-,,”*""^"’P®''-.
kell.
Invitation Committee—J. W, Han-'
*“® P«**tlon to be so uncertain, bis
case not having been decided one way‘ nen. chairman; A. L. Jo.vce, Angus Mcnor the-other, that he thought it would; Coll.
Committee on
Transportation—
be best not 4o come to Denver or Col­
orado.”
Mr. Richardson said he would not
Uke any part in the reception to
avHwood uppn bis arrival here. "1
don’t care to have my clothes torn off,
nor to have any

FLEAS
"A rca&ooable ai ouni of fleas is
a good thing ft. a_ dog.
_
Thev
keep iiito from broodm
ooding on the
fact that he ii. idog.■le amoum
s
A reasonable
of lee orden, is a good thing for Ta.ilor
.cmpia-.ioa's
way!** Huy of 1
Both ‘Phones.

JJit C. B. Tajim CW Co.

DUinSMn FDi BITWHgi
MAN Will be HONOREb upon
HI8 RETURN TO DENVER

YOUR

\

HRSfr Deposit
Repiwents jwit fint (tep hwa^Tniccesi and
indqteodaice. Yout savings accoiW-will si^
fJy you widi reaijy. money bi tbe day o{ opportuui^. Don't delay to start an account We.
inrite tbe accounts of diose who wish to start in
a small wyt. -Four per cent compound interest

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
U. S. DBROSnXMEV.

Between S8M0 and 60/100 Persbhe
Will Take Part and Haywood
May Speak.
Denver Aug. 3.—PracUcally all of
th6_5nlons of te dty were repre­
sented at. a meeting here whldi bad
for It# purpoee tbe perfection of plana
ter honoring WUUtm D. Haywood,
retstfy-treasurer ot tbe Western Fed­
eration of Miners, who was acquitted
on the charge of conspiring to murder
former Govenior
Stennenberg ..
Idaho. On bis arrival in this dty from
Salt L^te City Saturday evening.
A popular demonstration wlb be
5 in which it la estimated by tmts between 26.W10 and 60,000 per­
sons win take part.
Haywood May Speak.
An effort will be made to have Haywood addreu the populace somwhere
along tbe line of march and also to
wbtelt to a reospOon whan pli who
wish may shake Ua hand. On Sai'
If agrerehla to the prtndpal Un___ .
great ontpourisg wffl greet Hay-

being left alone in te gay dty of Paris, httti beanOfnl and one of
tem Uind; teir aeparation, and the fudeous dangers tey fiOl into;

TTKseare artistic patte«w and coloriogs, suitable for any room in '
the bouse, and we have jirfced them about TWO DOLLARS
LESS than regular price lor quick selling. '

?4ix9 for $5.25 9xl0<ih for $7.50
9x9 for $6.25 9x12 for $8.50
JootncmodSOSodia’Ki^iwixllolM.
Same $ay heeMini gtamt.

PASHKAS, enSTOUS ASD VAjniBRS iCAT
CTAH(iB, bat as long as humanity exists onr pamlona can never
tenge,- good and evil will battle for sapremacyr and lost so lone a
play like «TE£ TWO ORPHAHS” that eptomim te beat and
of Ufe*o hldny wiU Uve, and
will ap.

Haurrf AMMS



GRAND, OPERA HOUSE SATUR?- ..na!v ii.vji.TCTT,*

IBBBEBIF'

SPORTING NEWS IN^GEI^RAL

rant ‘ X .

•AttM
atenr htB ditien-...
aldered » bsiti
Oatty.

here Mwt .maai Algds at atklWfiM

Oa
MINOR
'Wbsn “OriT’ rana fnhl the beantlftd
Boner
tv. "i oahaot any too
iktrnf.
juKh-la pralM cd IL” a X. Wait *
The bondi awunk gwwt »nd
Bona.
For qiiittoe the wux and Opcar grlmpf.
«ACt TO« VANKCEe ONLY.
Cl'eTelaad bolds the atrsi^t vlctnrBATTLING NELBON BUFFER*.
Why donT yon get a ahave?
-lea record In the American leaguei
P«r*fSn Cart to Ba Barrad at i
Under a Phyaidan'a Cars BecaMe of havljiA won el^t snaes In a nxw.
The LtntNdf Life.
AMb Raca Hera.
\
With the Cobs or Giants behind
Blewa Rained On Him
‘nte moot wmiiMiit medkai____
Ne» York, At«tiu 8.—Now tbM the
by BHtL
Pitcher Karger ot SL Louis be would Uam are miaiaiiieae In tM eouduioa
VaaderbUt cup race for tutomo
San FTanclBco, August 8.—8tdl
be a world-be^r.
of human fUe is maty J^rs betM
. there U talk from the severe punishment ret
With “no end of money" behind him he attalniBSmt poealMe frith the ^
-MNtofy.
_
4-»ST
of bol4lDs aB.auio i
at the bands at Jimmy Bdti is their to produce a wlnaer, Ned Hanlon baa 'aneed knowledge of which the race 1% the qualified voters of Uie <31ty of
>«MUto liOtopRBf JM. t a «. 1^
for Americas cart. At a meetisg of 20-round light, BaCUtng Nelsob is to­ pnTved a ctsdi in ClndnnaU.
Traverse City, Grand Traverse
B now poeseased. The critkal period,
ezecaUve eommIUee of the Amer- day attended by a physician. Nelson's' If the Detroit team can bold ihelr hat determines its duraUon. seems
County and State of MMUgao:
to be between 50 and «0; the proper
NoUce is heraby^gteso to toe qt
leair Automobile aaeodatloB ‘ unasl- condition is not serious, but he is still own is the east they sboald
N. O.; John Oateman. See.

e of tbe body during this decade fied deoiors
I
dty o:
moua aentinieBt. In favor of each a
the baths, and is reporud to be tuf- great ijght for Arst place when they ^»«imt be too strongly urged; eare- City.
..-------- specla] primary elecUon
race waa ezpreaaed. U it It decided faring Intensely from the blows rained return home.
leaaneaa then being tafkl to longevity. wlU. be held on Tuesday, Auguat 12th.
to have aucfe a race U will tM held at POD him by Britt
1907, in tbe aeveni wards
Preeldeot Bbbeta will take the Nauite'i best helper after M Is Bee- .
Bitteiy. the ecleDCtfic tonic medl- le cl^. at tbe followtiM named Aug. U;. awxt ragW AcugM. _. _
Ormonde Beadi. Fla,, prohabir nert
Tbe club received 80 per cent of Brooklyn leam to California next
___ that ravltallxes every organ of
March.
C. Langley, W. tL; BImer & YndHt
the receipts. Of the fighter’s money epring U they flnist as good as fifth the
body. Ouaranteed by B. E Miller,
Flrei Ward—Grange UaU on
aemetary.
An antomohUe conTentlon will be 60 per cent went to the winner and this season. That looAs like a cinch Johnson Drdg Ca and B. S. Wait t
held Id UHb elt; during the automobile
p tbe loser. The tMbI reoeipts for the Dedgara.
Sons, DragglBU. SOc&^nd Ward-Second Ward
ehowg. from October 24
In the neighboritoDd of m*00.
Hall
on
Spruce
streeL
IS said thu Ovie Overall, of the
Orino haxatlve Fruit Srrap la sold
Third Ward—Primary school build­
Papers will be read and diacua- .Approximately 10,000 people ■WHbB— Chicago Nationals, owns a California
A. J. HtMAIU tWmNT.
ing. comer of Union and Tenth Sta.
aiona held on such pracUcal motor ed tbe fight
Dean. K. of H. and K
U-894W Roena 0nr Jnliiweirt Drag Store.
orange grove valued at SIOO.OOO.'
Fourth' Ward—In engine bouse No.
OUaeas (Gom 9C84 ttoga. MM7
topICB at leglsIaUon. good roads,
on Case street.
That's a lot ot oranges.
Trav^ aty imgtoa He. ». Na­
Ing faculties and other features,
BRITISH MOST COME HB«
Fifth
Ward—In
the
k'Tfth
Wvd,
hall,
Da KARL C TTLHR, D»mST
American league umpires are bavtl^ Piotocdva LtoOM. matoa
apposite K J- Haas t Son's store, corlorlata will be requested to be preaent
.Ing their troubles this seasoQ. All of
;r of Washington and Roee eifeeta.
from all parts of the country and gl‘e If they Wish te Regain Tennis Chains them with the exception of Tim Hurst
For the purpoae of voting tor the
their news on these subjects.
pienablp.
are too quick to put players out of
Domination of candidates tor three
'Did
you
follow
the
diet
1
sdriaedr
, Racing for Eaton County Fair.
New York. August 3.—If tbe British the game.
-I did-’’ “ReBglouBlyr 'Why, toKc- delegates to meet in’ oonveotlon for
Charlotte, Ulch., August 3.—Janies court tennis experts wish to regaU'
the purpose ot making a general re­
Trav«e aty Ttmt No. 971. K. O. FHATT S DAVM, ATTOENNTR
Bvldeatly Manager McGraw has atily to. I said grace tlaee Uim
M. Bniwn. soperlntendenl of the Eat<
vision of toe consUtuUon ot toe atate T. If. kL. misto ewy Thoailgy toght
tbe amateur champlonahlp of
: CHy tuto Bwtk bulMiM
dtanged his mind In regard to young orsve. I should gaaas."-PMek.
of Michigan, In accordance with Act Mart WBktoa
County fair races, to be held In ibis world, recently won by Jay Gould, pinyere slnoe Tommy Corcoran blew
-l-Ff
.No.
272.
PobUc
Acts'bf
1907.
Section
FrankllB.
S. K.; B. A. Kvaim. T. S.
city September 26, 26 and 27, Is send- they must Come Co the United Ststeo np. The Giants will have several
WARNINa
3 of said Act provides that nomlnaLB8TJBR
D. WMLCH,
^ ing out entry blanks this week. Two
ret It. This announcement
If you have kidney and bladder trau- ilons for delegates from the senatorial
ATTORNEY
AT
LAW.
minor leaguers next season.
ble and do not use Foley's Kidney
thoosand dollars will be hung up
made by ibe new ebamploo today
CoUectlon Work h ^ledBlty. With
If "Kid" BIberfleld isn't In trouble Cure, yon will have only youraeU to district of which said city forms a
7i shall be made by direct vote by
Underwood 4k 6ndor, S^oAad iff
purses, divided in eight events, as
upon his return from Europe on
with Uie umpires he Is wrong with bts Name for reaulu, as It poatuvely
pollUcal paitlee, v foUows:
T-i-07
lows: Wednesday. September 25•■amer MaJeeUc.
manager. If there Isn't something do­ cores all'torma of Udnerand bladder
lection 3. Candidates for all par2:26 pace. 2:35 trot and 2:14 iiaw.
"1 was treated admirably by
dlseasee. 6. B. Waft t Sons, eodw
s for delegates to said conventlcm
ing at all tlmea for the "Kid" be Is
MISCELLANEOUS.
Thursday. September 2C—2.28 pace. blngllsb sports." said Ur. Gould, "but
every senatorial district In tUa
unhappy.
te. shall be nominated on the nec2:2? trot and 2:18 pace FrWay. Sep­ notwithstanding all thattfl have dedd
JORK B. SANTO '
ViTiae the Onuid Rapids manageI Tuesday in August, nineteen hnn-.
tember 27—Free-lor-All trot or pace
ot Uj go back to England for the
ent la encouraging .tbe attendance
died seven, in every senatorial dlaand 2:22 troL
present to play tennli. InaamDob as of the players’ wives at the games,
trict where in nineleen hundred six.
ilie championship is held here, don't the Indianapolis management
In the nominaUon of a senator, at
HAB&T B. BARMDR.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
IHL F. J. HAONVrr,
one pollUcal party adopted and
M Tumt and Actton
, HUGH JENNINGS TO APPEAL.
you think they ought to come ove:
templating their banishment. As both
PraeUee limited to Eye. «arv MsM
The tax roUl for the ooUectloo
YlUt lOmhaU Mttole Hoara. MIBT
oiwraied under the
throat sod fltttog glavw. OAea
iXSy Carry "Whlatle" Case Before It if they really want It?"
! on tbe b'link and riding
school and city taxes and apeeial aspro' • ■ 502 WUMlm UoQk. Otto. |
Natlonaf Commission.
tracks, the players’ wives have little aesamenta tor the five wards ot the
MASK CRAW.
indrcc _ . .
Tranki, Fvwle and Light DraylAg.
Jockey Walsh Badly Injufed.
New York. August 3—There is
intereat in basehaJI.
city of 'Traverae Qty, Mkh.. have 11c Acts of nineteen hundred five,
LMra ordan v aty Book Btora.
New York, August 3.—Jockey Walsh
trouble brewing In the American
been placed in my banda ter ooUec- under any local primary law, tbe a
didates
of
all
political
parties
for
d
ad a narrow escape from death In Cy ” Young with "laying down"
league, and a squabble .which may go
tjon.
egatea to tbe coQstltuUonal coevi
before tbe oalJonal baseball commis­ the third race at Brighton Beach when derU obtain his releaae.
will be in my office ior the pur
shall be nominated In the eaj
mount. Vino, fell at the paddock
sion, all comes about over a tiny. In­
Jake Beckley says tbe winning of ■pose of coUecUng said taxes every way: Provided, that tbe pro'ivlsloi
ti and In full view of Ibe big crowd baseball pennants la largely a ques­ seek day from now nntll Nov. 1, 1»0T, chapter two of Act one hundred
nocent looking little tin whiaile.
8ARAB T. 0HA8R M. D.
MONGOS A MeWTHT.
elghty-one
of Che Public Acts ot nine­
tbe
sland.
Tbe
boy
sustained
a
The suspension of Hughey Jennings,
tion of psychology. Bat It takes more from 8 o’clock uniil lliSfi o'clock In teen hundred five, relating to party Office wIth-Of. O. E. ChSMy Glata Btoik Mneral iMurwiea, Rsol Btonto «»d
manager of the Detroit leam. was tbe broken collar bone and a crushed than a "Cy" to win a Sag. Boston the teruDoon. and tram 1 o’clock xuill enrollment, shall i
block. Both Monea. IBMr. BmFan*an'. MatoaL 811 'fTObtoa BIk.
•ply to i

idence. 984 Weot fiB^th at
i, upshot of that same wbisilc'and be­ hand. He wu 00000801006 when re­ fans know that
7*47
ce at .such prlmar; ' "
4 o'clockvin the aftemoan
each day.
-atx. phene T8L
I-]
fore tbe trouble is over Jennings will moved to ibe emergeocy hoepllal at
All tazM paidi before BMC 1st wOl ivery qualified elector 1
Tbe Philadelphia Athletics
carry the now notorious whistle before Coney Island, but later revived. The only eastern team having a look-ln for be received ^ihooC oeUenbon fees, -Ight to receive from the Inspeciora,
DR. M. a 6RBSORT
tbe party deket he prefers
the national commission at its nest doctors say that although badly shak- IS Amerlean League pennant.
Phyaiolan
and
BuraeoRr
Office
117
and on all taxes remaining onpald on
p he is not fatally Injured.
6om» itreeL
pbOM TN, 9
Bluing.
“Seam-Starter" Lumley of Brooklyn Sept. 1st and until OcL Int, a penalty
rings oSoe. 8 ringi rtoidMM, 911
Ban Johnson, president of the Amer­
looks good, to lead the National league
er cent for collection wlU be
ach election district being used at
Walnut atreet

COL. O. K. HOB8S.
1 primary elecUon in place of the
ican league, has set his foot down on
batsmen for 1907.
charged. On ail taxes reaialnlng un­
The Pgpdlv Aasttonev «f
. the whlatle tor coaching purpusea.
Bay City team, of the Sonthc
paid on OcL 1st and until Nov. tat. a
TVaverra Ootmty. OBtoe IM R____
' polls of said election will be
____
BtraeL Travene CKy.
M-47
Jennings eaya there Is no law In baseMichigan league. In an effort
penalty of two pet cent tor ooUecllon open at 7 o'clock a. m. and will re- New *_
to the «y* M* •
ball to prevent the use of a whistle,
!D the one weak spot In Its will be charged.
main open until• S- e'clock
• • p.
Of said
day of election.
and unlens be is allowed to blow to
"Goal "Anderson la playing great Ilne>up. third baae, where It has been
RALPH 8^ HASTINGS.
Dated this first day of August. A.
■ bis heart's conteDt be will appeal to ball for Pittsburg. Kalman, the other. playing a catcher for the past three
ML HOLBStoOttra
aty TraasMr.
and AoddenL 'iBStBsRy hdodn
.. 1997T. H. GILUB,
' the highest baseball tribunal in tbe Pirate youngster,
doing very weeks, has signed Bddla Albus ot the OfiTee, Room BOS State Beak hnMlag.'
aty aerk.
: land.
welj.
Detroit Brewing Co. team, to play the
Baled J«ly n. IkfiT.
])d7 Ss4f
ang28B6189 10U

nittlAKy ELECTION MBCE

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:rw.

DIRECTORY

TAXES

es.sss.'jnwrs;
IBtot Bkgol gtrato.

TtieHs MH 1^

Lay Hfer^mtile C .UHU

MICHHiAN’S BIG STXMtE
How to be Beautiful OigOwnPostOlflce
“Beauty is tbe first present Nature
gives to woman—and tbe first It takes
away.” It is our duty to LOOK OUR
BE8T, as well as do our best.

Madam Burnham Smith
WiU Be Wlfli Us for
Two Weeks
begiomog August
demoDstratioos of

5tb,

and give free

Barnhmi*B Tollel PreparaUoiu
Many of the little secrete of retaieing
sod iocreasiog your beauty will be taught.

Our Mr. Holley
b»s j'isl returned from Chicago and New
. York, where he was buying for the Book
asd 8tatiooery Divisions. He has retura*
«d with lots of n^w-'thingB, and his old
: itfabiUty.

We have piaoed a Mail Box in our Dry
Goods Section, and ask you to write us a
letter, giving your views of the store and
the management. We want to meet tbe
needs of the public and can do it best if we
have your'ideas. Be free wiih-ns and crit­
icize or praise. What you say will be re­
garded as personal If you desire. You can
sign your name or not, as you cbooee.

Angttst Is The Sale
Mwith
You will notice we have been offering
some good bargains in the last few days,
and wUl continue for a short time. You
had better be wise and take advantage of
them, as it is true that prices on new pur­
chases are very firm and some higher.
WhHe we will protect you by giving you
tbe advantage of early and large buying
from first bands, there is an increase in
tbe cost ot Biany lines.

Delay Wm Be
Expens^e!

Bay Coal Now!
Give us your order now and we will
deliver it before tbe oold weather and

SAVE YOV SOc TON ON HARD COAL

Telcpltoaes
We have our own exchange for both
Citizen’s and Bell lines.

14 Phones
in all. Call the store and ask for any de­
partment or person and you will get quick

Order groceries as early as possible
tmd we OBQ give you better deliveries.
Hare your letters and packages mailed
at our store. We wiU do them up and sell
you the postage.

Meifis tavalOTy
and ToiletRooms have just been finished
cm the SeoGod rioor, and are now open for
your servioe.

Giving

Parb^?

If so and you-need chairs, tables *or
dishes we rent them at very reasonable
prices and can always give you anything,
you want.

Wc
RcntBec^Bwis
and put them up if you desire.

Worknien*sChccks
You can always have your pay checks
csshed here without cost either during or
after bankiag hours.

igpedat OrdRfB
No matter wbat you wut give us a
call es we are likely to have it, but if we
do «ot our oonneetkms -are such that we
can have it for you cm very short notee.
Ycm need never'Band your iBoo^ 4>ut of
tha»ity and
to stMugeiw as wa Bre
hera to serve and {woteetyottr mtaraate -

WH51S THC P®>W..E’S STORE, and we are here to serve every want. We flmke 'no
charge for anything except merchandise.

& Lay Mercantile ' Company

1AAT

taoEt

THE DAILt KlOajI, SATCSDiT; ATOUBT «. »S?.
-Rtpalar ■* tee Stm”

r power at a
"WheD the I
new porpoae. a jweolDte almlt bon In

BESIDENY
BOOK SELVES

a man. tie I* a new creature.

ml^ be accepted and adopted.
Tees—FtfedrUv Ohaadler, 9t»te.
UootaiM andwirl^^^

Re eeea

everything In a new H^t; the dovhta.
the fear*, the apathy, the Tidoui tempUtlons which

dogged hi*

itepa but

yeaterday. the itagnatlon which had
blighted hi* past lift, all ranlah
Id apeaklns of Uie'7Dli» of cbeer- by magic. They are dlapelled by the
tDlBcn, <Me«i Swett Morden write* breath of a new purpoee. Beauty and

of Education. Traverse -City,
Oiwee Epleeopat Church.
Rev. Charles D. AlweU, Brotor.
•80—OenUe
3 ymr commlttoe
Resldence. 6U Was
n Bvenoe and Waab- we have considered the bid* for *Wand conlustoD.
Order reigns in the Ington atreoL
pllee of City News CO., Tbe H. A L.
place of anarchy. All his alumberlng
Holy Eucharist at 7;S0 a. m.; a<
Merc. Oa. bm the City Book Store
moo and morning prayer at 10:3
d that tbe hid of
evening song at 7:30.
feet of this new ambition la like
3268.9 be accepted.
clarifying change made by a water
Yo-ars re^mctfirilT,
way In' a ati^ant. swampy dlstrict.
E U Ttlriby,
DlvUloo and Second street*.
H. Montague.
The water clarlfles aa soon as It be10:30:
Lqw mass. 8:00; high t
Geo. B. Hoyt,
gtns to move, to do some^log. Bowers
Oommltiee.
respere, 7:30 p. m.. and benedIcUoo
spring up In place of polaonous weeds,
Moved by Chandler and anppoHed
of the Bleaeed Sacreneot.
and vegetatloD. beauty,
birds
and
by Hoyt that the report' of the comFrapele Churel
iKtee be accepted and adapted.
song make Joyous the once inlasmi
Yees—Friedrich. Chandler, Foote,
e aitd Tpnth s
atmosphere."
Hoyt. Montague and Thlrlby.
Winifred E. Pratt White.
First mass and ootncnnlOD, 7:30 a. m ; hl^ mass and
July 25, 1907.
lermpn. 10:00 a. m.; vesper and bene. and
lictlon of the Bleeaed Sacrement, 7:30 To the Honorable, the f
Bystem take the place of unalghUlneea

"A T«T charalD* old lady aay« Uiat
tt the bad tbe power to chooae the
Wt from all the good thing* In life.
. ah* would not aak (or wealth, beoaose
(d lu mpcmalbUIUee; the would
aak (or beauty, beeauee of It* *traln
npoD character; abe would not ask for
health, glorton* a* Ihe treasure is. nor
ter genlo*; but *be would pray for a
■tmny dlsposlUon, as the boon which
eonfere
i upon thoee
er. and more 1
wRh whom one come* In eonUct, than
any other which (alls to the lot of any
hnman ereathre.”
-Most people would

see

nothing

worth while in this poor woman's life:

THE CHURCHES

some would, even commit suldde were
they Bllnated as she Is; yet ahe man
• to and
worth treasuring up In the mem­
ory. eren In her darkest days of tor-'
•row.
-Hot

experiences ought

to st

thoee of us who complain of ou

sngreoatlonal Church.
Rev. Dclmas CocbHo, Paslor, pbon.
No. nSlV
Sunday morning worship
and sermon, 10:30.
Sunday school.
12:00 m. If prevemed from attending
join the home department: 6:46 p, m.
iristlan
—Young People's Society
7:30—
Endeavor
In
the
pai
Evening worahlp.
Gospel meeting
igellstle service. Choir uoder
direction Dr. S. S. Smith. Thursday,
7:30 p. m.—Prayer and coufereoce
loeUng;
Friday,
7:00 p. m.-Mayflower club.

Litter Day Saint* (Rrovqa
Regular serricea are held
Randolph street as telchapel, g(
lows;
to and besuty where other people eee
30. Sunday school; 11:446, prnyer
10:80,
only ugllnees; If they wero'traloed to
:e: 7:30 p. m., preaebitu
service;
Tuesday
day
meetlay evenlnk, 7:30, prayer
pra;
and their etUoyment in the little
ast Side C(
_
Friday evening. 7:30. Zlon'a Recharge,
. A. Ailing :0D. Past
pertencee of life, we ehould not have
•nlng devotional iiglo-Lltorary society.
>• tmornl
the great seething unreal and discon­ Regular Sunday
and sermon at 10:30 in the
tent which we now Bnd among all
The Salvation Army.
Front Street near Cass, t*dles 11id prai(
brarv building. Capt and Mm. Boote homei where It Is convenient.
The trouble is we emphasize th»
rs in charge.
wrong things. If we were a little betPublic
meetlnga every night e
First M. E. Church.
- Bday., 11:00
y ■■ a. m.. Hedl
tar oB. If we had what our neighbors
Rev. Joseph Dutton, Pastor.
have, we think we should be happy.
unday
Morning
service.
10:30;
I. 6:30
Tot we know perfectly well that many school at noon: Bpworth League,
evening eorvice. 7:30; prayc
of the most miserable people In the
Our standard:—Hollneai- unto the
meeting Thursday evenlDg aat 7:30.
Lord.
world are rich.
Our battle cry:—Sinner,
there
"We kace no right to carry sboul In
FrIenSt Church.
salvauon for yon.
Corner
Oak
and
Fifth
streets.
Rev.
oar (aces and bearing the black ban­
k and_____ welocnne.
and Rev. Mary M.
FYanklln1 Meredith
'
ner of anarchy. We hare no right
Meredith. Pastors.
daunt a gloomy picture In tbe faces of
anilely better lot In life.

•T( children were properly trained

to see the uncommon In tbe common,

thoee who are struggling to rise above

Ing.
10:30;
Sunday
school.
12:00
n'rlocR: Junior C. E. 3:30 p. m,: Sen­
"EvetT mao owes It to his fellow ior C. E.. 6:15 p. m-; Gospel meeUng,
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday
men to go about with bright, cheerful,
at 7:30 p. m. Preaching on Sabbath,
hopeful. opUmlsUc face, radiating
both morning and evening.
ttilne. joy. gladness, hope Instead of

their troubles and trials.

blackness and despair.

Tbe human

face ought to be a splendid picture,
attractive,

radiant with

and hope

It la every mao's duty-

beauty,

joy

radiate eneoaragement''

I steam

It

mnat register two hundred and twelve
degrees of heat.

Two bondred

(tee* Wiu not do It.

The water must

boQ btfore ft wlU generete enough
steaiBi to move an engine to
train.

rnn a

Lukewarm water will not ran

nnythltig.
A great many people are trying to
move their life trains wldi lukewarm
water or water that is^most boiling
—^d they are wondering why they
are stalled,

why

they

cannot

get

■hand. They are trying to run a boiler
with two hundred or two hundred and
ten degrees of beat, and they can't undersund why they do not get anywhera.
"There Is an Infinite distance

J. Allen Canby,
phone 875. Sunday, 8:30 a. m., quiet
hour; 10:30 a. m., morning worship;
sermon: 12:00 M., Bible schoot: 6:00
p. m.. Senior C. E.; 6:00 p. m.. Inter­
mediate C. E.: 6 p. ra., Junior C. E.;
7:30 p. m, evaogellBtle service—eermon, Tuesday. 7:3C p. m..
Normal
Bible school; Tuesday. 7:30 p. m.. cot.
Uge prayer meetings on east and west
sides of the city; Wednesday, 7:80 p.
Dorcaa Aid society meeta every
we«k: Wednesday,
Wednesday. 7.30 p.
and 4th w€*k;
m.. C. W. B- M, meets every 1st
Tbnraday, 7:30 p. m.. union mid-week
prayer meeting; Friday. 7:80 p. m..
T. L. M- C. meets
m
every arst week.

ibury I
be­

. n. Ir

tween tbe wishers and the doers. A
mere desire Is lukewarm water which
never will uke a train to its destlnathm; the phrpose must boll, must be
made Into live steam.
The thing which will make the life
dletlnetlve. which will

make

power is this one supreme thing which
w« want to do. and feel that
do, and. no matter bow long we may
he delayed from it. or bow far we may

never give up hope or a determination
to pursue our object.
“If there le anything in the world

JAS. C. BOPUNS
For Delegale to

CITIZENS TELEPHONE Mo. T1

idoiuJ COTvaitioo Dectioo

Woman’s Life Saved September 17, 1907,
Not One Bat Thousands.

NO. 199,218 i
Ev„y lyp.w„l=

“.'as

made has :

seriai number.
By It you
can tell exactly bow vaiious
makes are selling, and il you
are bu>-ing a second hand
machine the number will tel!
its age.

Ju« ark
will bcDcedaJ.
Ko oUier explaoat
tU)«p«i»npOoo u-----------

^iU^iaaypohUcUrvbsierir.

%3S,£=..
E-oWri^t

was 135.000. On a Model
Five just receivecT it is 199.218.

[Sjlori

For Delegate to Omstitutonal Con-

labor, repair* to

ventioc Election. SqiL 17, 1907

F. B. Parmenler. labor .............

M. E. LouIseU

VOXE FOR
Attorney. Frankfort. Benzie G>unty
jsnuop*
H. J. CurtU, Janitor Central. .3
A. A McCoy. Janitor Oak Park

(or one of the three delegates,
27th Senatorial disthet

75 00
55 Oo

Primary Election Aag,

G-.Jam^.-Jan.toc;-Boerd--

15 00

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.

13, 1907

Ejtahiine the machine and you
will understand why the
leads in sales, ft is
different and eveiy point of
difference-is patented.

Ellsworth Hale
Loemt Agent.

Ada L, Knight to Harrison Pierce,

Union 8L
8. B Walt A SooB, acid............. 3
liarcels, Oakwood. 3200.
Mi<*. SUle Telephone Co....
Wm. P. Kenney and wife to Joseph
dts. Telephone Oo.........................
Maibaner. lot 13, Blk. 6. Goodrieb'e South Side Lumber Co., lumadd . 31200.
John ft. Sebright to Wm. Cox, sett
of Bwit aec. 25. town 27, range 12,
3300.
FVank

C.

Desmond and

CUT PRICE

srUe

Stanley and Anna Vadron. lots 16 and
17, Bit 6. H- L. A Co'B 4lh adA. 3900.
Henry M. Calkins and wife to Bk>er
Calkin*, nH of awlt. sec. 3'

f Book Store, flags..

range 11. 34.000.
Wm. L Brown and wife
Fkwte. lot 10. bit 6. Goodrich's. 3360.
Charles WChelm eU al. to Wm, O.

.Six...

Cltr- Telephone C

CO'S 7th, 11,000.
Hannah A Lay Co. to Wm. O. Foote,
lots 14 and 15. blk. 12. H. L. A Co's
10th. 3300.
Albert A. Nickerson to George BlckeL e 32 acres of sett sec SO.town 25,
range 12. 3160.
Estells L Kneeland to Fred J. Bech-

ContingenL
BoonvMle.

an. Telephone Oo..........

ACO'S 10th. tf.OOO.

Dan B. Carter to Lynn S. Carter,
parcels. 31-00.
John Corry and wife

to

Leander

ATTORBtY, BOYNE CITY,
Clurievotx County
For Second Delegate, 27lh, Senstonal EXstrict

ON HOBNS
IE Is generally t
lot a
____
h hs, because F
. .
. 'bettor than In­
doors. You need a large born, tor best effects, however. Here la tbe

Primary Election August 13,1907
BEAUTIFUL

tel, parcels. 3LOO.
Alile P- Brown to Dan B. Garter, lot
6, bit 16. H. U

SALE

L. F. KNOWLES

ContingenL
Boardman *
Telep'
felephoei
Mich. Stales T
B. J. Meroer A Co., repairs b

H. Montague.
W. O. Pooto.
Oommlttoe.

Moved by FooU and eupported hr
Hoyt that toe report of toe committee
be accepted and adopted.
Yeas—Friedrich. Chandler, Foote,
Montague and Thlrlby.
Nays—None.
Oarriet
Mr. Hoyt made a verbal report in
behalf of the Building and Qrounds
committee recommending that nln^y
cords of wood, which be had Inspected
irchsaed trocn Henry Witkop at
cord; that the oBard pw
BurgMS. lou 21 and 22. blk. 6. 31.000. 32.75 p*-r (
3150.60 casi
Dan E Carter to Lynn 8. Carter,

Palmaieer. net4 of neti aec. 12,

•urteeoth Street
Services every other Sunday at 2:30
p. m.: week
day
prayer
meeting
Thursday evening at 7:30.

beat ice. send your order* to

Olivers are good sellers. Six
months ago the serial number

prayer meet- 25, range 9.
rentng servic
S, Thursday evening “ig’-JO■ Charlotte Holliday to Edward Mc­
^
Fourteenth Stre
Manus, parcels. O. P. T. C-. 32600.
B. H, Fleming, pastorSebastian Homricta and
wife
ornlng class mecUng, 9:45; morn­
Anna
M. Hansen, parcels. 3600..
ing service, sermon 10:30;
Sunday
srhool at 12:00; Epwwth League at
Hannah A Lay Co, to John Hilde6:30 i>. m.; evening preaching aervlce. brandt. parcels, H. U A Co's 12th.
T meeting.
Thum7-30 mId wet'
"
~
3200. •
day evening.
Howard -Whiting and wife to Winnie

he fwerved from this one aim by mia
take or iron clrcomaiance. we should

■2«.

Foote, eti lot 27. hlk. "K”. H. L. A
Baptist Church.
- ■ :kha , _
ly n«m. 601 Wilhelm block, re
Idence. 312 Union atreet. Office phon
ClUiens. 1246; residence phone. CIOns, 154; Bell. 330.
Morning
service. 10:30;
Sunday
Ing
Bible clast.
school, 12
.
.
12:00; B. T. p. U„ 6:30: evening eer
ice at 7:30; Bible study.and pray>
meeting on evening aorvlec at 7:0
Junior Union on Saturday afternoon
at S:S0

If yon want the best aervioe knd the
- Hay Fever and Bummer Coida.
Victims of hsy (ever will experlenc*
great benefit by taking Foley's Hone)
and Tar. as It atop* difficult breath
ing Immediately and heals the Inlamed air paseages. and
should (all lo cure you it will give you
inaunt relief.”
The gennlne 1* In a
vellow package. 8. B- Walt A Boos.

.. m.; week day services, 7:00 s. m.
TraverBe v,.vj
31—GentlemecHaving
examined
Christian Selene* Service*.
Modern Woodman
hall, over old the following ihlls. we report them
be correct and recommeod that t
poat-oOcn.
be allowed out of the funds
Sunday, 10; SO a. m.; Wedneaday
stated.
evening. teaUmony meetlngn. 7:30 p.
Reading room open idally, except
* "
tm 6:00 p. m,:
Sunday, from *:»
Ull
to 9:00. New
40 00
Thursday evenings, 7:00 U
3 00
Wilhelm block, room 3H.

ICE

a 1*
.
.
_____
tha tinlverse, aaleas ft U the aethm
the liver and bowels when regnlat■wlth Dr. E^tf** New - "
PUla.

lohnsoa
Smu.

Grand Traverse Bay
Resorts

Marion Island
Omena
Norttiporl
Charlevoix and
Petoskey

326.20
EVEXY BORN AND CRANE IN OUR «TOCK MARKED WAY
DOWN
30*2V/g Inch Plain Horn, former Price 34.00. now .................................. 31.25
30x2tF/j Inch Blended Horn, former price 36Z«, now ...................... 3145
30x2u/a inch Wreath Flowered. Horn, former price 36.00, now... ,31-60
Save money
.' ...............................................................
l
by
dralliig withI KIMBALL MUSIC
I U8IC
... HOUSE.
. _______
. We
handle all standard goods aud aiippllee, and can sell you
anything
a complete outfit to the latest rei&rds. We
rything In
AT LOWEST PRICES I

TRAVERSE CITY.

KIMBALL
MUSIC
HOUSE
SL B. Hamer. Prop.
124 Front SL

Rravlit-d ItnUy u-xcepl Suadayi

For Delegate to Constitationdl Convention.
Election September 17, 1907.

lou 72, Oak HelghU. 31.00.

ling winter.
Moved by Montague and sup
linger, parcels, see. 11. town 27, range by Chandler that the report <
John Nerlinger, Jr., to Amll F. Ner

phrson should fight for. It Is freedom

First Presbyterian Church.
11. 31.200.
Comer of Waahlngton and
Park
Peter LaCroese to Zeph
ParauH.
streets.
Morning service at
10:30;
bible parcels, sec. 14. town 27. range 11.
school at noon; Christian Ehidaavor. 3350.
est thing possible to l^m.
It Is his 6:30 p. m.; evening aervlce at 7:30;
great chance to make hla life tell in W. M. 8.. first Wednesday
In
the
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
the largest, completesl possible way, month; social hour, second and fourth
Wednesdaya in .the month, at 3:30;
to do tbe moat original, dlatlnotlve
prayer meeUng, Thursday evening at Of the Board of Education of the City
commlttoe
and Grotmos
thing possible to him.
>mmtttoe on Buildings
BuUdl
7:30. Seatatrea.
of Traveraa City, Mkhlpan.
Moved by Tblrtby and support^ by
Regular meeting of tbe Board of
ue that the matter of hiring
• Id In tJ
Itov u..
for _______________
the Union street sttoool
le janitor
ulMlDg be referred to the commlttoe
There being no qw»r
J BnUdlngs and Grounds with power
meeting adjounied to be held -nHira- lO^BCl
day evening at 7:00 o'clock p. m., July
25th. 1907.
T. H. OILiJS,
to pursue ble Ideal because In that Is
hi* great opportunity for sel«ipres

•ion. (or the unfoldment of the great­

NEW STEAMER
CHEQUAMEGON
TIME CARO

Ject.

of the
Moved by Montague and supported
io aty by Hoyt that the Board adjourn.
C^k'8 office. Thuroday evening. July
T.H.YHLL^.^
Hoyt, Hontagne and Thlrlhy.
26 A 27—AppUcatlona weie pre
from C. H. Theobald and Harry W.
"The mcN
DeWHt (or the janltorohlp of
'
go Ctsnty. and the oesi
Dnkm street school bulldfng. 1
family." writes Wm. M. Diets, editoi
being no objecUems the some
and publisher of the Otsego Jonrnal.
Gllbortsvlle. N. T.. "1« Dr. King’s New
Dtsoorery- It has proved to be an in
Ml.,
and
colds,
2«—We. the tmdeialgned. being ottl- fallible cure tor coughs
zcDS, and tax-payer* in Travene City, making short work of the worst of
her^y teqneet
yon
to
reappoint them. We always keep a bottle In the
George W. Bell as janitor of the Onkm house, t believe It to be tbe most valnahle preecrlptloD known ter Lung
atreet school. In thU <dty.
s other*. and Throat Dlaeasea" Onaranteed to
B. H. SoofieM and num<
never dtaappolnt the taker, by B. E
Dated Joly K. 1907.
Miller. Johnson Drag Co. and B. B.
There being no ohjeetiona the
Walt
A Sot*’ Drag store. Pries 60c
was received and placed oo Ilia
Tmveroe City, MJeh., July a. 1907. and 31.O0. Trial bottle free. "
To the Preeldent aul Memben trf
Board of Education:
Tee Year* In Bed.
29—Gentlemen:—Tour oommtttee
"For ten year* 1 was eonflned to my
teachers would hereby
recommend >ed with disease of
mJ kidneys."
that Mias Lo McManus be employed vritos R A. Gray, J- P-. of Oakville,
as Supervisor of Htmic (or the ensu-, ^d. It was *0 severe that I could
log yestr at a wlary of fifty-five not move part of the time.. .I----------CODBUUdollar* per moDth.
. Skin availed the very best medleal
imtU
abl^ but could get
got so
no relief
r
tmtU
Foley's Kidney Core was roooiamesdI. .r_ _____ •
tf.

Lv. PcPiskcy, via P. U.
Dummy liu
I,v. CharlcToix
NorlhporL
. ..
OnM-ns ....................
Marios Islaod ..
Ar. Traverse City .
Popalar Dally Exe*
One Fare Roand T
Traverse Oty to

Northport

.

...e.................... 50c,

Prtolklv‘,*fare one way';! ] JlM

Martoa telanA RcaoH
igb at 1:tp p. m.
Sanriay af'ernoon and eveningFARE ONLY Vc

VOTE FOR C L DAYTON
Prosecutng Attont^, LeeUnau County, for uw (rf tbe Delegates,
Twen^-Sevendi Seoalorinl District

;

THE DAILT BiOU^ SATTflfoiT, AnOUST 8,1807.

Cmi kltea

UlhtiMiate Market
Reports

Tollow

and
GENERAL NEWS

BDTINO PRICES—Pooltrr.
OroMeo PonitiT ........... '........................... 1** ;
welctit ...........;............

Chlckeoi,

Cblckeni, oprlDg,

welglit. I
Muekegon—Cbarlei

CborrlM *r« boldine out is good
ahatw. and li ii expected ibai they will
tbat lime they win be

pretiy

Chicago.

Aug.

opened stroag and with

One car waa abipped last night

trade.

taming Wr eratea, and another wtU

The

said be thought be would die.

2—ivheat

bulUeh

an

factors

6*

of psln In the region of bis bean and

The Grain Market.

well

Bromsira,

'are old. while working complained

OUTSIDE MARKETS

move freely all next week, but atter
cleaned op.

Bute ofrOUc^ otr ot Toledo. Lneu
County, sa.
v '
Prank J. Cheney Mes
be la aenlor partner of tbs flnn ol
J. Cheney ft Co., doing buBineas In
City' of Toledo, Coun^ and
8i—
aforesaid, and tbat tald firm will pay
tbe sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL­
LARS for each and every case of Ca­
tarrh that cannot be cured by the use
of Uall's Catarrh Cure.
FBA.VK J CHBNBT.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
my presence, this 6th
h day of De­
>. 1886..
is..
imber, A. D.
W. GLEASON,
)
Notary PubUc.
1 Catarrh Cure Is takei
ily, and acu directly on the blood
1 mucous surfaces of the aystei
od for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENET ft CO.. Toledo. O.

STATE NEWS !

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

.......................................... «%« J

today

supper table be expired.

active

broken

at the

At the

brakebeam

rumbled 1< box cars of a Bay City to

opening were low tempcraturee in the

Diirand train on the C.. &. & M... four
norlha-est and light ahlpmenls from tnlles Boulb of bere.
Pouf of the cars
Argenlina. elport* from that country were reduced to klodUng wood and
and 1.600 crates of cherrlet from the
this week being less than ooehalf Ot tbe track torn up for a long distance.
Old Uisslo^ dock.
the amount shipped last week. Later Nobody was hurt.
Huckleberries are bemg abipped the market eased off on a forecast
Detroit—Florence W. McGill, upon
freely rrmn Kalkaska and points north warmer weather; September opened
but none are reoeired here.
Retail >*c to ^ic higher at 92^c to «Hc, looking Into tbe bathroom, found her
men hare dlScnlty la securing enou^ sold up to 92kHic tod declined t^ mother lying dead In the tub. face
downward,
with water covering
for their trade. Kalkaska
9214C
head
She had been taking a foot
D are paying |1.1*
liuyerf of corn during the eagly trad­
be sent out tonight.

Tomorrow nJ^t

the Mtasonrt will load between liMO

DAILY EAGLE WANT ADS PAY.

PERE
MARQUETTE
LINE STEAMERS
THE ONLY DAO-Y UNE FOB

LUDIN6T0N
MILWAUKEE
CHICAGO

Lftftve MABUSTEX DftUy «t S«M
•■ftTiMpA Sn«ap7D.B.aaI

Arrive MILWACKEE «:M a.

Seven loads of livestock snd tour ing. but -oireringi were light Cables bath and It Is presumed tbat she was
overcome aud fell head foremost Into
were firm and the cool weather In
at the scale house, the hay bringing the northwest was a strong bullish the water.
Marshsll—The
biggest
yield
SI2 per ton.
factor. Septenaber opened Me to I

iPILLS.

Biisgi

wheat to the acre on record In Calhigher at 64%c Ao 54Sc and for
r.
held within tbat range.
Local houn county was that made on
good de ‘Edward Conley fd^in west of the city, SoMtorfwefseOlrtwl-btJc
light
«al market from the Grand Traverse receipts
strengthened
the
Conley got 700 bushels of wheat off 30
regkn. being the first to be offered at mand for
the local tlorea. All before this have I market.
September opened a shade acres of land, the wheat being thrash
been abipped to from ouUide markeu.L,, ^S*kc higher at 4O4^@40’«c and ed Wednesday. He also got 145 bush
New Grand Traverae Tubers.

READTWB

New Copyright Books.
New 50c editions of Copyright Books.
Full line of Alger and Hentv Books for Boys and
Girls.

THE CITY BOOK STORE
TIE HOBAIT C(L. ftn$.

AND ALL POINTS WEST.

Leave LUIHNGTON Dally
•t IfttM p. a.

loads at hay were weighed yesterday

TOR

m.

Leave MILWAIIKEE DaOp
at S:M p. m.

¥ B. CORSETS
Best Without Costing Most
ALL OmAlMA SUX TBBM AT 91.00 UOWAAM
WmiHOSUTBU

Ac lime «

OJ29«.. Mmtara.

»ram4mma, *. fW

New potatoes are arriving on th

Port Huron—Guests at the Winder

did not get any for sblpplng purposes.!

wheg,-September.

Tbe price varies from 36 to 40 ceuts
per perk.

Tbe stock Is good

Ibecember,

96fee

Chinaeo Markets.
Lardle.)

Buffalo,

I g^ippm
shipping.

These slow for the

trade did not care for

them.

plained because of the fact that the

Pine. |

Aug.

Sweet Cherries

-

scatoe.

16

quarts—Sour,

tbe

bote'

dally plunge.

) attempt has been made to put a

op to tbe practice.
export
steers.
f6.26®6^0:
f575«T6.25: best tat cowg.j
Msnistecr-Two promote
of the
-----------.
,1.---...—
,p good. »303,25;
besti
N'>y'hem ---------------------------Ice company f Chicago. E.

Onr Prices are
RIGHT

ll.LniSS.lO; mediums to good. H. and P. O. Bruske, are In the city
announce

their

Intentions

'

sale yorkere, 3-175:

small, or lltUe too ripe. tl.50®'1.76; It

ers. 3675@6; ewes. 34.75®b.

PURVIS & CO.

mainly small to medium site, oft«n lit-

| complications

glAoei.TB;
fancy, large, dry, very few of

Raapberriee—Arrivals rather

returning, arrive

JUST OUT!

Cases. 16 quarts—Michigan,

bard

to

Lattsinp—William Henry

Tbe Best

Htmaon,

88S90c.

accept any employment from bis

not nice. 11.60.
Itsd Raspbarrise Were
A fhlr Qimattty baa to bo]

5c agar

‘here from apoplexy.
emerged

from

He

bad

Beck's clotblug

just
store

when he toppled over against a passer­
by ud was dead before be could be

eveT made in the city.
Will be sold by all firstclass dealers.

™i.'p«««rri.v»~.A COAL HMEa
sponsible for

OVER iflOO

Cwninaa-Nearly one

41 WnA^fCmAithrlSc.

hundred rt

deaneduptoeaxmera.
---------------!«-nks belonging
ocasea up w uuuiuiu- Thayarermyl
••wy
I
-------- - to the-BUndard Oil
r/.
Willing to take them. Local demand Two-Thirds of the Accidents Resulted'
containing about 60
rather tame today on'- eceouni
ot^
From Csrelosenees of the
ot kerosene oU. exploded here,
Igniting from a Ore which started
Tbnrsday >ear]y cloelog.
Vietlma
Cases. 24 pinia—Acroes

tbe

Btoek. run uneven, common,
L60;

a tew best selected. 3J.76 92:

der the platform of

----------------

lake

31.260 |

Plillsdelphla.

Aug

3.—More

than

one thousand persons were killed last

Muskegon an dGrmod Haven. 32;few,j«xr in tbe coal mines
besi selected. 32.26;

of

Pennayl-

smaller or dark vanla, according to tbe annual report

color, 31.7591.85.

Just issued by James Roderick, cblet

the Detroit ft

Tbe chief says that the figures show

_____________
_
that two-thirds of the accidents
quotatlena
every monlmB tod th. pHea. ql**" toK**!
‘»e victims' own careless-

scene.

“d ihst tbe remaining third
reasonable percentage
fisetuaU. ^
« ‘
of rccidents to minors. "U seemi

a yard locamotlve.

A few chousaad

Btrryed.

The loss will reach aeveral

hundred dollars.

possible to adopt

Ham. tiired

method.

loBF of lilf among the mine workers."

RETAll. PIUCB8—Meats.

...

any

His brother Arnold

wn- Hummoned and at the sight of

....26c I

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

...........15c '

Mln'-'-la.

ODC-hair

3o00.(»on Is Ipft to

25e

Rebecca

=s-=l=l
.........■“““

Neighborhood
Correspondence

of ber
her

\D the nieces and

The

rest'

nei.hews of

Miss Bryant
PORTLAND, ME.—Commander Rob-t E. Peary Bays that be will start

ILL—William

Myers,

"SiS

..tufto^l^
BAf. 100M8 PW B

...
MIIDW PBIOB-UM Btask.

m
m-Cb;

"m.'lIiT-l!

many superior quaJlUes ot these
vehicles.

They

are tbe pleas­

131 State fit

Mitt Elsie Rlckerd retnmed frtn

flat on the car root.

MempbU, Tasn.. last week asd has

NHW YORK—Mrs. Catherine
been vlaltlng her alstar. Hra. Ltmlln Ilgban. at the age of 107 years and
Johnson.
tour monthA is d^ at her home In
HSMI (Bering of Tmverne City is the Bnn£
She had Uved in Ifew
pending the rummer at the home ot tork 85 years, ooming'here from Ireher brother, Ben Ohsrtag.
snd at the age of T9 to Join her eight

Ur. sad Mrs. 0«m of Chicago spent worry
the Kronpa tasted medlet&a

pwt of the week with
brothers.

LIGONl^ DJD.—Pat__________ .
Mrs. OspL Johnson is entertaining
one of the best, known horse hreedete
her dsoghher. Mis. Dsa Ronsd sod in this section and owner of BdlfloA
two chUdren of TrsTsrse City.
was killed hy- lightning while to a
ban at his stock farm near this olty
-everybody BhoeW Knews O. O. Hays, a p
B of Bln- ■■
nloa Salve__________________
haaiiBf salve ever ap^led to a eote.
bnm or wotmd, or to a ease of-------rre OM H Bad loow srtat ~
btfftbMtL.- Owai' A
' by
' m
- M. 1^
and e. B. Wait

You will want some TRAV­
ERSE CITY INDUSTRIAL
ENVELOPES. Help advertise
the city—costs you nothing
extra.

dnrtog an eleebrleal itoim.

Snmmers

bad tost retnnted from EandaHvlllA
whore ^ was tiatotoc a Ians sn»her e< horses tor tko too track.

8«T>

ersl.TslnaUe eolti were saved by Stallmars' son tram the haimtog ban.
DAILY 'CAOLE WANT ADB PAY.

Wedding
Announcements
Invitattons
Business Cards
Pamptilets
Catalogs

ata. Phtme 76L

the yoong man of McKeesport, Ps-« who

Mr. Htflley of Ofsnd Haven U here obUdren. Hre. Glltigban ascribed her
taking tmit tree orSers. He Is atsylongevity to ber habit of eating
ing St WlUle JdhiiBon'A
ions at every meal and her refusal to
MUIIMO

be had

It is need­

a

happy by a vlalt from her mother, bc^ed the car in the yards at ChH
Mra. J. P. Culver o< Spsrts.
esgo, escaped because they were lying

ETt”..........“

to

enjby life.
QUEEN CITY IMPLEMENT CO.

was stealing a ride on top of a coach
Mrs. Wlllet .of Pelliton Is here to at a passenger train wts struck by ^
spend come time' With her danghUr. viaduct under the Michigan Central
Hra. Aston Kroopn.
tracks at New Lenox and breaded,
Mrs. Albvt Kioopa U being made ■^o companions, with whom Byats

BUrmO PBIOBB-Onto.

enjoyment

that can surpass IL

ure carriage as no one will at­

He could

atemner Onekama.

..... n.n

With a good horse

and belter company, there is no

tempt to deny. Get one now and

JOUBT,
on

laieH rubber tired, easy riding

earthly

installed In the Roosevelt

by Sept 6.

la firing

DELIGHTFUL
AS A RIDE

When you can go in one of our

K)n for New York and then for the

City are apendlng
wmrnr Lardle

WHAT

north Just as soon as the bollere are

He eivects to be In winter quarters

summer at

LETTERHEADS
NOTE HEADS
BHi. OEADS
ENVELOPES

6. E. WAIT A SONS.

less tor ua to enlarge on the

BOWERS HARBOR.
state definitely when that would
Bowen Harbor, Aug 2 —Mrt. BmeN be. but hopes to start within a week.
tbe

Price bat 15c

runabouts.
chum. Miss

Fairchild.

Boa EleGraw and.ebildren of Travew
Harry Jefimaon's.

_ —Jtlnuoos Lake Sufwrior i
breete at trilling expense. Baldnws and bud stroke sre prevent­
ed by ihe timely use of s Tycoon

NPW YORK-By the wii: of Miss

lloili tor the employment I Julia Sands Brygnt, daughter of Wil

l.nys iiisl'le the iiiliie^ Were lowered j llfi riillen Dryant. the poei, filed at|
from If. to 1^ years

retail prices—VegeuLias

Green corn, pe: doi .............................

disin-ss, tin- chief •ays.;

Color Work a Specialty

HtiNOi-ULU-Etfons
are
being
312.000 by subscription

A Bi-"!*'

’ to 14C '•■vlate 111
,..r

PRINTING

the-holly he fell on It and expired.

build a yachi lo be designed lif
Tbe arri !eni« left nearly l.W wldinder i<' Crnwlnshlfld of Boston, to represent
, tol64*o»s
children
Hawaii in the trsns-Paclflc race from
; to 20c j
of n
deal could be done to al-iSan P-riro lo Honolulu In J908.

Lard, per lb................

DOD't waste voor Ume end oiooeT ripenmeDUns wlUi wonolese ImnsiloDt.
Your moDey refULded If w« do not elTeol
s cure. Ob nle et aU drnfxtsu sod deondei
Ipi ofti
rnrr S sample tx». Just cuougb1 U) COD•It of
'
IndlsB Ssive. will be seol u> j
free upos receipt nf 10c. wmeb ps.vs
tbe cost of mslllnx. Y e «-ra sW se
you our bookJei vu (eucrsi dles-sses. s
list of t
Address

rKtt

.tMKRICUS, GA.—Bram Goodwin.
In a cotton field.

Bays, ‘either by legislation or by .. .
cisl rules, that will tend to lessen the!

BioyeUsU.
itomobilista. PlahenDcn. Huntors. Barvest Hands. Cbenv Pldcere. Berry Pickets and all who
are expo^ to the aim's hot

Yon here never known real sum­
mer comfort if you have not
worn one of these bats.
The hsl being elevated shove

fire from hot cUdera discharged from

Sumier county (armer, dropped dead

4s telling .1 a higher or lower figure
before the day la through,

job

fine-

COK T80BELF AT HNE

Tbe sUUon platform caught

correetlon.

marMt

Blood Poison

fire and explobiona made e specucu'ar

ara thoae prevailing at tba hour of
Ths

-FOR

Mackinaw railroad freight station. The

gallons of oil and the

ot the dsparuneni of mines.

LOCAL ItlARKETS

E. A. W«ton,

j employer, dropped dead on the street

iMV mua II MIES

small

EAGLE PRESS
OFFICE,

Every Business Man wants
Stylish Stationery as much as
he wants Stylish Clothing. It
all tells the story of prosperity
and progressiv^nesss.

be

worked for years at Delta and refused

good.

Cases. 24 pins—UK^lgU.
aome

be

St. Louis,

869»()c'; Kentucky,
Bose,
Demand was fair, not heavy.
• barrels. Virginia; 8393.10.
There was a very steady market

onuide early. 31.7692;

would

0 good. 8S®B8c: sacks, per bu. Kan- a quaint cbaracter. 72 years old, who
'tas, Early Oblos, 88@9<iC:

smaJI.

gS.2S92.60.

Fare for the reiind iHe,.

Leaves Traverse City 8 a. m.;

f Kansas In sacks I rectified. Tbe bullet bag not yet been
lextracted.

Louis or Illinois, Early Obios, fair
ttaeee,

«.26: small, wet or stemmy, 81-M.
Black

, •

MISSOURI

eVala— begin about the middle of the month

fine, large, nice color, 32-00: Windsor Strong; 85ifl9 25. ’
Ann Arbor—By an X-ray examina­
IL7592.
black
tweet,
tion It was found at the university
The Potato MarkeL
If extra fine shade
Chicago. Aug. 2—The tone of the hospital tbat,Miss Mamie Collins, wboi
bit In the right shoulder by a
market continues firm. On account of |
Blueberries—Bnoogb sre coming In
y rifle bullet, may lose tbe free
the high prices the demand is s lit-;
to give tbe market an ample «PP'7-1
yet’a'u offerings are being. use of her arm. The ahoulder bones
Very few are realty fancy. Tbey are
^ ^
fractured in four places and tbe
.

bor Epringa

$1JXI.

sound. 32®2.26:

g.

STEAMSHIP

IMW. Stole St.

red eweet,

tie dirty.
I
Cases, 16 quarte-Mleblgan. ammU.

EVERY SUNDAY

COME TO THE

To Charlevoix. Petoeksy and Har­

: rteady;: best lambs,
me buildings, ahlch
will
each
Ismbs, ■ on
'
Receipts, 4
37 7598; yearlings. 36.50fi 6.75; welb- have a capacity ol SOflMt tons, will

ordinary,

EXCURSION

Oar Hacks are
ON TIME

Tbe Iske being very large, however.

‘gteady: heavy. $6..50; mediums. 36.60; jcrectlng five ice houses. 200x300 feet
pigs, 36 90.
Sheep—'»n<l " 'feet high at Onekama. Work

good

and firm If fine.
Cases,

at

.the guests take their

2—CatUe—

•large, found, good color, were wanted,Hog,_Recelpis. 40 cars; I
ftrm and a abade higher.

employed

bathe in the lake at the same time as

Rye—Cash

The LiveMoek Market.
East

Those noticed on sale were mainly ordtnary. sour, small, and some a

mere hotel, Gratiot beach, have com
iwBlireseea

Barley—Casb, 57®65c,

t

Cherries—Very few came In today. I

OT«Tlpe.

92^4e:

Corn—September,

IstafcC; December, 52c.
Idler, IITbc: December.

(-Purnlshed by McCarthy

Onr LIVERY
RIGS l^sT„

figures for aom* els of'barley from eight acres.

Al arrivals were taken up by tbe lo-'heid within those
aal stores, so tbat tbe commission men - (|Q,e.

Now Is The Time and
Here b The Opportonity
Do you w&Dt a home, free from Doise, free from
the annoyance of others, with pure, fresh air and
water; where you can have all the TOmforts of a coun­
try home with the nearby pleasurers of city life?
If BO, now is the time and here, is the opportunity.
I still hare 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 purchase
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 ^ty limits, and is within the ability of any ener­
getic, InduetrionB penon.to.buy.
Let me show you tills property.

Anything in the Job Printing
line from a MHk Ticket to a
Full Sheet Poster.

EAGLE
PRESS
mEivorass no. es

E. $. Pruett. USE EAGLE WANT

I

nuf.

IVkeR You H'ofit
PrtntiBc. TM mnt tooi printtaK. Thnf>tk«klnaw*«o.#sa
•t th* rlcht prtctt. QIra tb«
kome printer the une ohenee
■ roa would ask tor the hone
' noRihaiit—trade et borne.

Eagle Want Ads

t a w«
o«at 1
No ad
taT taaortM tor lose than' it oanta
eeah with octe.

THE DiJI.'y BA8LE. eatCMAY, APGPST 8,1»07.

Emi muki Niia
UK «MwnEWW ;IHSHTg
iiHMt
RSHTMUIID

U>ST-««ot^ eoUle pappy aboat tevm months old. NotUy Ttaau
Makes AMItlenat 1
MbniteA. Oti phone UL sag 14»
F^tery District
Thomas Murray, ehl«t of the fire de­
hOBT~-Qnr Jacket between Traverae
partment.
It painting the hydrants
aty and Acme. Finder notify Ger­
the
pipe
line
rannlng to the mUls ot
trude Scott. 641 Fifth street City.
Reward.
an**t3* the South Side Lumber company and
the Traverse City Msnufscturlng
compsny. blue, so as to dlaUngaish
STRAYBO.
me regular hydrants and
STRAYED—Dark brown mare. Notify to prevent mistakes.
Ftoners' Snpply-Co.. Traverae City.
On the other hydrants mere Is di­
InlT
rect pressure, while on mis pipe line
mere will be no pressure unless an
M1SCEUANEOU8.
engine Is attached. It Is tor addl.
MONET TO LOAN on raal e^; tlooal protection In this part of the
no mortgage tax. Oovall 4 Crosa.
Btato Bank baOdlng.
1-16«7 factory district.
Tbe style of hydrant Is me
MONET TO LOAN on peraooal prop- the others, so some distinguishing
erty and real estate. L Newlaad mark Is neees^ry.
Tyler. Boom 608. WOhrtm blMk.

»»»•»»»»•»»•»••••

NY MS Ollin INUiSmYE

»

CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.

■Wnl 2'buiT rMwnn Fme

THE GROOM MUST PAY.
BuMT Harris CuMwfi Amacg «lw

TWO RAILWAYS

Dwroll, Mich., Aug. 8.—The Pwe
Marquette Railroad company will not
contest the 2«eot passengM' fare law. Were Indicted Today, Chargad With
Violation pf the ElkiM
DOtwiihstanding me fact that Attor­
Antl-TruK Law.
ney Blmpeoa. represenlng' mp Pere
(Special to the Dally Easl<
Marquette, is me most active lobbyChicago .Aug. 3.returned today egalnet A. Booth E Co.,
it was belnp considered In me
a fieh trust: the Lehigh Valley railway
laiure. Tbe derision of me company and the New York, Chicago 4 Bt
is made kno»n m a letter to Commis­ Louie railway, charging violation ot
sioner Glasg.iw by Chief Counsel Fred the Elkina antl-truet lew.'
W. Stevens i.f DetrolU

HI Hmil OF LESLK icwn# mm MS PUCE NO.
Hie Old Cleeamatas.
•Mr. and Mrs. Charlea E. Rennie of
Warde andl Mlaa Margaret
620 West Stvepm street entertained
|_eave the City Tomorrow
about 16 old classmates of Leslie McAttend the Ceremony.
Wemy at thwr home last evening.
Bom Mr. and Mrs. McWeiby were
Miss Margaret Warde and Miss .Mar
present and the evening was spent garet Vivian will leave 'tomorrow tor
very enjoyably In a eoclal way and In Monroe by boat via Petoskey and
talking -.ver old Umes.
Straits tor Detroit and then by train
Mr. McWeihy bas been teaching at
desUaaUon to attend the wedibe M. A. C. ever since he completed jjug gf
jajter’s slser. Miss Jessie
his work mere, but has accepted a vivlan, to D. Warren Webster of StrelpoBlUon in Wyoming, where he will,
takes place August 10,
teach the coming year and will leave
the bride’s home in Monroe,
for the west Monday.
| miss Jessie Vivian has been a teachOwing to the inclement weamer,
local High school several
there were not as many present as anfnends who wll) -cii.
Uclpated, but mose who braved me
eongratulaUons. The eouidc
weamer were well repaid for being
make their home in Steelton.-Pa..
preent. During tie evening Mrs. Ken-1
Die served refrs

The steam barge Edward Buckley Is
taking 00 a cargo of hardwood lumber
WANTED—At once, kitchen girl. Mr*,
St the John F. Ott & Co. dock.
r. BUlf, SOS t’DloD street.
The best for Bowers Harbor Sunday
Grabbed It From Top Of Ud'a Head
afternoon leaves et 1:15 sbarp and
While His Acquaintance Was
will return in time 10 catch me 6
Being Courted.
•'
WANTED—Uan—nret class fana
o'clock excursion train.
h»«»<t
Tear’s job to right man.
tfhile unloading the dogs, ponies
The dance et the Wequeteng club
Twenty-alx dollars per month. 1
. 3d monkeys at tbe Union street last night was a very jleasant aBair
B. Barnes. Cttz pbone 1S74.
crossing of the Pere Marqoeue this and was' well attended. All present
aoc S-if
morning a small boy got very anxious report a very fine time.
of the cages
BO08B FOR BENT OR BAhE-dtO
The Young Ladlee' Mlwlonary eoto the Gentry Bros, dog and ciety of me Baptist church will meet
WaahlBKtoB street—eight
n A iTuter J11I7 SS-U pony show and the monkey inside
wim Mrs. C. J. Oamett. 222 WaablngparenOy was Just as anxious to make ton street. Monday evening. August 5.
tbe small boy’e''acqnalnlance, for he
WANTWD—Selp ot aU kinds.
Rev. B. H. Fleming of the FourUme in reaching out through
plDjmeat Agency. S16 B. Front SC.
teenm Street.M. B. church and me
the bars of the cage and giving the Rev. Jos. Dutton of me First M. E.
PbOM. 148. dtlseas; 160 Bell
July 834S8 boy a very hearty welcome.
-----------will exchange pulpits tomorrow even- agreeably surprised In this particular!
Tbe monkey grabbed the boy on the
and extended congralulaUons.
Will be Held at 241 East Eievefith
WANTED—Qtrls wanted at the bas­ ^ of the head, taking hla cap and
Street Sunday.
The exeurelon to Marlon leland last
ket faetOTT- WeUs-Hlfinas Co.
also a considerable quantity of hair.
The funeral of Mrs. John Bombaugh
night
was
patronlled
by
about
80.
July U«
A bystander undertook to help the
of 241 Baat Blevenm street, will be
Wim moee ou me Island who went out
boy got his cap and by skillfully
' held from me house tomorrow afterWANTED—A good. actiTo boy
euvering wim a sUck got me cap close In tbe afternoon, there were about 100
2:30. Rev. Demas Cochlin oflearn the pltAnhing boslnest. Unst
Locfl Canning Factory begins Work
wbo spent a pleasant evening.
to
me
bars,
but
me
monkey
was
-not
wlll be
bare a lair edneatlon and be wUUng
Wednesday.
There will be a regular meyting of
to work. Address. ’‘Plomblng.' going to lose bis prlie and as me man
e K O T. M. lodge No.
The
management
of
me
local
can­
ear* of tUs offlce.
July »-U peached tor it the monkey grabbed Duebess Carop No
ning factory states that me factor*
first and be still retains the cap as e' Monday evening. .All members
will not Stan up Monday morning as
Ml** «»>’ Stevens of Saginaw,
fANTEDe. who can souvenir of me boy’s InquielUveness. requested to be present to make
^do^
Host be
a’liending the annual anUdpaied. but will surt Wednesday
rangements
j'ntTfiufsdav of next week The reason Hunter of St. l^ls. Geo, Hunter of
^ ’ picnic at Copemish. Aug. 21.
and good wagM to the rl^t :
' tor me 'delav is mat me beans have Detroit, bormers of tbe deceased. sOd
Addreaa. Tlumblac." care U this
♦ ! J. D. Chumm’s greater show &
b«n coming In as repldly as anC. Hunter of Peru, rnomer of
oaoa.
July wr
DUCK LAKE
Mrs. Bombaugh. are expected this
WANTED—Ben wsntad U> cat single
I
■" ■■■"■ evening.
__
RESORT ITEMS X aqd was taken 10 Thorapsonvllle. A "iwiice
bolts by the oord: aU tnmmer’s Job
trill be given later of me
B“vlal will take place at Oakwood.
Tiarerae City kUg. Co.
June Ibcf
^ where mey will show. Last night mey | vxwet dav nnon which me fsolory will ih® funeral being held under the.dl-

« bo»bw’s rihejh

OPEHTimS UE eBUYED

The resort Is growing
WANTED—Housekeeper, mlddlevoman preferred. James Hopkins.
a.
Telephone 711 slier 6 o'clock.
July 31-tf
Ti..
^
b...
ua
FOR BALE.
g„... uku., Wia n.m tb. b... O, y. I
rtJB BALB-<Jood piano to trade tor
driving borae. Cal 317 Wellington
Mraat
sng8-tl

.....

I ^

^
^
.bibb mbto .

but mey will find nothing doing.

Wm MO OUffillTER DEM

OVU UN DIN NUIS 9IILS

me dlsagreeahle weamer all bad a deThe surveyor was In me village this , . , . ,
week and platted off 64 lots along me
“‘e ^
C"*"** FawmFfv rexurneo trvm a
company has adverdeed in the
POE SAl^-Shlngles; Nb. 1 and No. lake front 'Tbeee no donbt will be
.1 local paswi( for
iBCir« Mp
tor’more
*elp they have
1. Cheap. B. J. Morgan.
sag 8-U readily bought up. as properly is In-,PAper,
b.a
.....
...M,
n It ..a a,.,
g In value steadily.
, whid, ..i,b.a ,! ....a., Tbi.||....
,0
a. o.,FOR SALfi—runlabed rooming hooae
Tbe Duck Lake Ind
Is the first report of a "chugging” trip side papers to Oils regJoo to hopes of
^ jrltk lease ot boose, in good localliy. (Topemisb Banday. scoring I vlctorj'
Mir high school. Enquire 888 Sixth over mem to me tune of 8 to 4 on me
mey secured only three additional
I street.
,
'' aug l-tg
local grounds. A game has been se­
girls.
cured for tomorrow with Honor, 1
^ FOR SALE—7S Aarea Traverse City which promises to be a fast contest. - |
The lack of girls is a great draw­
State Rank stock. Address Cbas.
back. They have work tor quite a
About 20 cottages are now In pro-j
PERSONAL MENTION.
• number If mey could be secured. The
Prochsaka, Jr.
July SBtl
iM of eonstrucUoD and by the cI<Me!
B»»»BBBB»B»BBBB»B management is very anxious tot more
10*
Diese win add much 1
4ielp.
FMi siia-n..,
p<,p.i.ao„ « u«, re«,rt.
\ Plymoum Rock coekereL Or will I
___________________
^ E. B. Stanley left this morning for a
trade for pulleu, CUiiens phone
visit In Sherman.
Blrtha During Week.
Mra. C. W. MIIIcp, her mother and
JulytWS ARRIVALS AND DtPARTDRES
Tbe population of the Grand Trav­
left mis morning for a visit in erse region has been increased by me
FROM THE WRITING HOTEL niece
rem BALE—3T-toot Uunch, neariy
Cblcaga
following births; Last Saturdsy, bora
new. Can be eeen at Broxm’a boat
Vern Hobart, who has been In Grand to Mr. and Mie. Prank StanMawskl, a
Mrs. J. J. Walton and daughter, Miss.
.
honae, earp Lake resort, near dub
expected
.. Frank AlfOMo; born July 25 1
Ml„ S..K,
bouse. Address. Frank Garwood,
Ur. and Un. David Martlnean. a son.
Bingham. Mich.
July 26-t7*
Julius Franklin; born July 21 to Mr,
resort trip through me north.
been
in
me
cUy
several
days,
re­
and
Mre- Finley Ferguson, a daugbMrs P. J. Welsh, sou and dan^ter,
FOR 8ALB—IbOt u KexU HokMha,
Lillian Qiubem.
and one to Bast Bay park; fine looa- who have been guests for some time, turned borne today.
Mrs. Mina Packard left today for
tlana. Also lot on Hsstlacs ttiwM. left for Old Mission today tor an ouiBfU Press.
g>-Cf
the upper peninsula for a vlBll wim
Th. Csnt»l«v*r Bridgs.
her son, Eugene Packard.
Some one once sskeJ Sir Benjamin
FOR SALE—Three ubies. pyramid,
Frost Bros., prominent fruit buyers,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Bates and In- Baker If to toe mutter ot eentale'
tor $7.00: one heavy elm 8-foot ta­ wbo have been In me city and vicinity
taot daughter of Chicago are guests bridges he did not (ouob his cep
ble. 86.00: two iron show ease raeks
tor about two weeks, left mis morning
Chins. "Yes. indeed.’’ be SMweted;
• 82-60 each; 1 two-piece spres
the home of T. T. BatM.
sign board. 83-60 ; 2 twelve-foot _ tor Chicago,
M. B. Holley hat returned from a bridges were built on mst prtoctpls
boards, 60c each;-one mresd case.
In Oblna msoy reniuries sgo." But be
H. D. Bradford and family and Mias
vacaUon trip to the east He also vis­
ForUi bridge
Marion Wright of Manistee and Hr. ited in Chicago and omer placee.
tank. 8U.00; one large siure nangtolever bridge; tbe Amerirsns did rbat
Mrs. Harry Stone ot m« place
ing lamp, 60c; two barrel twinge,
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Craker et for him. He used tv call II
registered today, arriving this
26c each: el^t sugar bins, 60c
Omens spent two days In the city, Itouous girder bridge." All bridges
each; one revotvlng broom rack. morning.
leaving for melr borne thU afternoon. buOt on the same plan by me Amer­
fLOO: one broom rack,, bangs from
A. B- Chapin of Bear Lake is a guest
8upt and Mrs. I. B. Gilbert and chil­ icana. however were called cmtalever
celling. 76c; one gUmpsou comput­
ing scale. 836.00; 1.000 empty stock of the Whiting today.
dren went to Omena mis atternoon for bridges, so that the one oW tbe
TlBlt wim John R. Santo and family. Forth gradually became known
toe aame term. It was only a new apone Toledo
Mist Lillian Herbert and Misc
pUcaOoB
oondlUon; two paper bag boldera,
ar-old
ice Austin went to Bowers Harbor
86c each; aeveral cone twine holdCantaierer It the old name for a
era. 10c each: one peanut caae and
this afternoon for a vtall wim Mlaa hnritet. and the Forth bridge spai
«r, 8L60;
Herbert's relatlvea.
an made u;. of two l.rnck.-o. and
Tbe big melodramatic sueceas. “Tbe
■ad 18 inch roll paper bolder. 81.60.
Mr. and Mre. F. Oingee have gene to ceonecrlng erder. He on.-e gnve
several cookie box covers—gjasi — Moonatatoer'a Daughter." treab from
dalighlttilly - mple rxp’vnatton of the
ISe eMh; one patent paper bag snceeases all througb me country will Jackson for a 10 days' rialt with bis principle ■•'inngir'c- he said, ’two
parentA Mr. Dlngse la a fireman
holdw. 8L00; several wire bn. bas­
men fr'lne to shake hniirts arrww 1
ket covers. 10c each; one bag truck, be seen bare on Tburaday nl^t, Aug. the Fere, Marquette road.
Stream a mi'- tiv> wt> f.,r their hand,
60e; one revolving deek chair. 76c; 8th. at me Grand opera house. It la a
Judge Frank 0. M, Davla ot letila to Orel. ri„_ ,uan exienda a walking
, 16.00 i play out of me ordinary
returned home today, but -will go to sdek and th- other grnapa
f9fV. braces a Barlst of aenaaUonal featurea
Kalkaska
Monday,
xrhere
be
xrUl
bold
toe
stream 1v bridged. There we have
ngular tSOAO. tor t&OO; one double
Ink bottle. 86c; one much roU pa­ as well as a pretty love story and
term of court for Judge Chittenden. two arms or brackets and the conaecttog girder 7 And thab U tbs Forth
one that is axray'troffl the ordtoaiy
per holder. 60e; one cracker
Mr. and Mrs. Thq«..Gunten
and oonventloBal stereotyped melo­ last nl^t from a two weeks' vlalt to bridge In ainlatnrs.—St Jr----- fUO. B. C. Lewis, Grocer.
estte.
drama. Tbe oomsdy element U of the Detrxdt with Mr. aad Mrs.
rOR SAI.W Honse and large to brsettest sort and a general dash as- Blakealse. They also visited relaUvea
Oiagusted.
Old Lady (to drivri of giowtsricontf Park and BUte strwta. Ft ftota to the acUon. Btwt stick of and trien-da to Big Rapids aad Grand
Now. driver. i wee* 700 to go vex:
Cams Bpqolrs atlM Park strssL
scenery rued by tbs attraotlon la car­ Rapldm.
sentfitUy.
ried
by
tbe
management,
a
U
rerm l-tt
Miss Ethel .Gibbs
•Oertatolj, ibqiil*
I and picturesque eo- evening from a viMt to OUvet, Kala■And not |o taring with ethar qehe.'
■leosssfnl toterpreta- masoo and also Booth L70Q. wh«e aha
rooad ths eonsn
WdU Uprmik gtrsst.
mar Mt tian. 80ms bright spettalUas and too attended and sang at tbs wedding of
.er-s quartette an her brother. Harry (Hbbe, and Miss iml >li “No. moiiLalso a fiaatore. Prises 26, 86 and 60 Booker.
,
Altar the Job toe old lady, handing
osnto.' Beats sn ssls at the box oSca
Mr. ritd
Mm tbe eiaot fire, q afelUtoc Hid;
Wsdnesday. Aog. Tth at 4 p. m.
family and motber, Mrs. CwMlne
FToo have jrlten me very cer^nUy
hot aad enid watm. itaam hs«
ardson of Waeo. Tex., who have been and weu. ug Hra la a abnitng tor
to the dty as gneets ot rdstlTea. an
Have >oa drirao a cab ah yoor
spending a xreek at Tbe Cloven,
*T4o. man,. i osed to drive e beerse.
Omena. tW tOI return Toseday.
and
blest
ir i
go back to It. It's
the Um ot ‘AltoMBiaT and -Unfisr
John CUIehrUt. a salesman j«4th tha
a . better gunjo-ttee *»>■« 1 bope I'll
Sotohsm BklsA" a«vsr slilstoc mi A. ▼. Frlsdxleh shoe ston, leaves u>- drive yer agqta. msm.“—Loodon Malt
tag. BpselaMss SBd-'^lMtF
low tor Detroit, itaere be wUl
____t llUtope Latmu >sd te«saar
ATTENnON, SIR KHIOHTB.
bsitl see tbs
Hisff wa toks a ^ to OMBspe, kir.
Mmnbm o*>lt«veroe
HA
tend CM itf^tiis Bswstt aad bs^ pliBB ooebitot wig be COM Bboet
sOh^ 'At the.- anna iMsk

Her Infant Only Two Deys Old P
Away About tile Same
Time.
Mrs Annie Maude Holdcroft. wife
of Joseph E. Holdcroft of Union street,
and ber Infant daughter died at Mayfield yesterday morning at 6 o'clock.
Mr. Holddroft has been at Mayfield
for some time running a logging camp,
and bis wife bas been staying at the
place.
The funeral will be held from the
schoolbouse s

Vandervort

of Mayfield

A MADDENING PRANK.
When Eugene Field was city editor
r tbe Kansas City Times be found
real amusement in annoying one of
ebnrartere employed on the-paper,
ion was one of tbe “makeups*'
paper, and In WyasdoRc. where
led. Just over tbe line from
City, be was tbe leader of
local tmperanee society. For over
year Field, on coming down to tbe pa­
per to jgo to work, would write a per­
sonal t^DceruIng Fergtwon. (JenosUy
Ibis; “Mr. John Ferguson,
known ■makeup' of the Times
room, ‘appeared for work
yesterday evening In his nsoal beastly
state of lutoxlcatloD." This enlertnlnIng bit Field would send down In a
bundle of copy, and the others of tlA
romposlTig room would Sri It
aay nothing.
Poor Ferguson knew that this awfnl
personal was Im'their midst and ev­
ery nigbi would' go carefully over ev­
ery galley tor tbe purpoee of locating
and killing It. It gave him vast trou­
ble. Every now and then Field would
not write bis pecsoaul about Fergusoo.
and then tbe bewildered Fergusoo was
worse off than ever. As long as be
could not find if It might still be there.
U almost drove tbe poor man off tbe
paper. Now and then it escaped his
eagle eye and was printed. On' such
cecsstons Ferguson's ’burdens were beycod tbe power of even a OiHstlan
^rtt to bear.
OU Medicine.
The following are amotti
1 by tbe
the fantastic <
medical authorities of early times, as
given by Dr. Hugo Magnus to bU book.
■■Soperetltion to Medicine."
Remedy Against Beliyacbe: ■'Fake
the been from the living heart and
wear it 8b<zd amulet at tbe left thigh."
-Alexander of Trolles.
Remedy Against Epilepsy (adrtosd
by the PhyslcUn.
tes. Alexander of Tiallea. Book L
Chapter KT.-page 670i; “Tbe forehead
«( an ass lied to tbe skto of tbs pa"■Gather Iris, peooles and BlgMahade when tbe moon Is to tbe wana
pack them Into linen and wear as an
amulet.' Advised by tbe magician
Ostbauea. Alexander of Traltas. Book
L Chapter XV. page SflA

DECEiiia II Firm iijuiiy
Calvin

A. stoguiar marriage custom prevails
amtmg tbe French Cansdlsas to Que­
bec After the morning aatrlage uoer.
lee in the chi^ tbe bridal partg to
ealeebe or carriole make a tour of calls
upon reUtivM and friends during the
dsy and then return again to ebnrtti
for ve^>eca.
BqCore tbe eventog dance at tbe
bride's new btAte comes the tapper.
When tbe company rise from the ttble
tbe bride keeps her seat and afnae one
asks with great dl^^t •'Why does
madam wait? Is abe so soon to bad
gracer
She repUee: -'Bomebody bas stolen
my slipper. 1 cannot walk.'
Then mey carry ber. chair and aU.
into me middle of tbe room, while
loud knocking anuouiices a grotaeque
tagged veoder of boots and sboes. He
kneels before me sllpperlese bride and
tries on a long snccesaion ot old boots
and shnee of every variety and slxe
until at last be finds ber missing shoe.
Tbe groom redeems It for a good
price, wbicb Is spent In treatliig tbe
company. If the groom la not watah
ful ibey steal her bat and cloak, which
be redeems In the same way. and they
hnve been known to steal the bride,
for which there must be liberal pay.
Tbe event of the evening Is a good Jig,
in which a guest voluoteera
dance me bride If successful tbe visItor demands a prixe from tbe groom.
Pearson’s Weekly.

FRATERNAL DELEGATES.
tats arangee BhauU Fretaroias oa*Cempara MtthoH.
Why would It not be a good IdM ttr
gate granges at their annual rnsrifln^
to aeteet. or tor the worthy master tg
appotoL freternal delegates to meettnga
-mer sate granges? This would
B to Increase tbe feeling of fra­
ternity existing between these bodisc
snd enhance toe Interest which cog
•tat^gTMge should take in the work
Furthermore, to represent a stats
grange on such an occasiou would be
deemed an honor quite lufficient to
cotopeosate the delegate chosen tor
tbe expense Incurred. Men and womH
eonld eaauy be found at everv stato
grunge meeting wbo would appreritto
such sn opportunity. This would, of
eouree. be entirely apart from tbe fr»tbe master of another, a custom a.ready happily to rogue. The purpose
of the appointment of sneb fraternal
delegatee would not simply be to cany
frstemal greetings, hot carefully to ob­
serve the worktogs of tbe grange rialtcd and report on the same to the next
annual ineettog lo order that metboda
worthy of emuiauoo may be adopted
If deemed adrisable. All state grangas
working for tbe same general
.......................grangH..
bu tbe rnemods differ.

GRANGE BENERTS.
They Are Not All Matsrist; the Mas*
tsi arxl Moral Are Highw.
Tbe grange confers many social bensfits upon Its members, and not tow
Mast of these Is tbe mnnial lotaadw
psndence of old and yoong. In manyrural communities active sodal Ulw
arista among the young only. Tbw
todto petqile do little visiting and atTbey aiw
“laid on tbe abelf." The result U bst
good. Tbe older people become motw
abd more fosslllied. while tbe yoonger,
reUeved from any restraint are freetbelr frivolons bent with,
slacking^ deearuto
tbnt leads to moral danger,
criy condocted grange, however. tU»
itblllty is ellmlDsted.
young work together, snd tbe middleaged vroman finds tost her preefleak
knowledge end experieuM posseto a•odal raJoe of wtaleb abe bad nsTto
dreamed. Many a bard wo^ed matrem
wbo baa frit only fit tor me backgromtd fieda bereelf UUng an active-pHt to grange affaire and devetoplar
cbazacor anew, while tbe young girt
reaSsee that tbere la more to toriak
Uto than tbe ability to dance a tw^
«tep or play tudlfferent tsetiate. Gnar
bat tbe moral and aantal b
•tin greater, and not tbs toast of toeow
U tbe larinston of tbe whole Bnily.
“ and young, to weU ordreed ioetoB
Mew Twbsr.
Maine’s Dues Leieest
State Master Gardner ot Matos Mys:
Ibe Maine state grange reqnlies smaUto'
granges tfa^’
any other grange In ito eemtry. Id
ccata a ynr for each member of tbewblle DO other
atate takee leee titan 24 cents, and
as bgm as 45 ceota and 00 ceitt.
Tbe next loweet to tbe Maine rate toM -ceota. and figuring for tbe nlneyean that Mr Otrdnar bae been buster ot that state, tbe.v would bave add­
ed et toast 82T.OOO to tbelr state treesxiry had they had thU rate. He be■ that they would not have tbebnadreds of splendid grange halU noxr
owned by subordinate granges ttaroogbt tbe state If they bad.

Died

of Lockjaw.

Calvin Vaadervorl, me mree-yearold son ot Mr and Mrs. Jc^ Vandervort. died at Mayfield yesterday
afternoon at 1 o'clock.
A few days ago be was struck lo me
face wim a pitchfork to ms hands ot
his bromer. a balf-bUnd llWe fellow
A tine of tbe fork ran up bla nostril
and'eansed lockjaw, which tcmlnated
In bis death. Ralph Anderson was lo
me Tldnlty at me Ume
charge ot me body.
The funeral will be held from me
schoolbouse at Mayfield to tharge
Wm. Anderson. Jr.

TK* Australian NativM.
An EngllHb auiltor writes of tbe Anstrallan natives. ’Between tribe and
tribe war for purposes of terrilcwla]
aggrandliemeiit la unknown. They
fight about women or In tbe blood
feud. fof. Bs Dolxxlr Is supposed to die
■ natural death, every death la thought
to be cauaed by boetlle magic- Fights
are not now resolntely waged, but
merely to drew first blood, as a rule
and. ss there are no couquesta. there
are no slaves and very UlUe material
progre«e
There are no hereditary
miefo, though among some socially ad­
vanced tribes a kind of magistracy or
'coderatoreblp' of local groups In the
tribal general assembly litiereditary to
tbe male itoe."

Oregon BtaU Grengs.
OeegoQ l{i one of the few statoe tbed
< does not hold Its annual meeting nntfl
I June. Tbe membership to the state Iw
I only shout (1.500. or ahonl tbe aame an
me membereUp to Jefferson county.
New York state, alone. The tocreossto membership during tbe past year to
reporteu to--be 833. Tbe grange 'to
Oregon. tb<(Dgb small. Is very activs
under tbe leadership o( State Master
Buxton. At the recent session S2AOOwu appropriated for tbe work of or­
gan Ixatlon.

Net a Public Utility.
An rilon wu made to have the
grange and agricultnral Interests of tbegtaU rscognited on the public utiUtk*.
WunlHioD tecenUy appototed by GovA Good Word Foe Tobsoeo.
nor Hughes of New Torit. bnt It wa»
A nobleman that was extreamly fat ■Mt succesafuL The reason U ovldSBL
was reduc'd to an ordinary 81ie by uyeienltnre does Dot need to be under
ekexrlng Tobacco, which also does good uie supervision of a commiaaion In ths
Mrs. Lewii VanHynlng Was Operated to aa AamoM *Tis of greet uae to
on tor Tumor.
Oampa, where mere is many tunes
Mm. Lewis Vanhynlng of West Sli- Beard^ of Tlrools end (JhoUi^ 1
tbs Uke.-"Compl*at HerbsL" 1694.
teonm street died al the
at 2 o'cl^ this moning. Last SatUnderstood of Stlppers.
Program In New York.
performed
nrday an'opentlaB
suppers play an tmportant part to
About forty new grangea bavs basw
tumor, bnt me ravages ot tile'life of stoioet every man. In ehlldWianlMd to New York stoes Jan. L
me dlseeae oonld not be atopped a«d bood tbey ore laid onhlm: to monbeod. UOT, and u many sines Oct. L UOfi.
deam rmulted.
Jost after be bu been married, tbsy' as during me whole year coding wlzb
The remains xrere taken
am thrown after him. end for a eon- Btatdate. State Master Godfrey thtoks
borne and wll] be kept nntil word is •Idsrable part of the rest of bb life M present year wDI be a recotd bnakreceived tram ber brother, Charim tbey are under him.
ar for new granges. And wo boar ot
bone becoming dormant.
Tanhynlng. who is to HODtaaa.
A Plesoant Frotlo.
The deceased was 68 yeara c4
After the dissipated Dnke of Whai>
Lsetnrere'
and had Uved to the efty 16 yewu. Bhn ten had been nnrratlng bM troOto Dean
d Otate grange meetings will be eneiHves two daughten, Mr*. Sda Por­ Bwm uid to btm; “My lord. M me
a Just in tbe msarare that tbv
ter and Mrs. A. AUea. also a
to yah. Tate a
tbs lecture work to sack
and Blx broth ra.
e
(ntle to be good. Briy open It j
vrlD fliri It the pover engaged In."
Mtohlgan stats grange has iniMMtod
MX Tuimg taroMro to a eera OMtoto.
Wisteria Rsbseca todgs w4l 1
t to mU that tbsro are already orertonight tor the Bnt tiine to th«lr nsw
quaiteie to the new Britak btoek.

ee III EK sminiiin

Cssehieg Fern, ths BeMto
The Doomed Paddle Wheel.
Jot bow much k raanagw m «
r atx6>Oh. brii u bHcbsheeld be altowsd to tato to M
Borne particulars an to tbe cost of
rerUng turbine and paddle wheel
bauplaysnlsa-------- *
------ First SamiDH Obi—No. I m«H the
stsamcra off the Rrittoh coast bars
bom pubiisbrd. sbnwiDg that tbe tar- gtiwrone.
Bseand Bummer Olrt-Ob, bt taMT
tdTMi Steamer burned 0.4T9 ton of coal
and tbe paddle wyieet
afil4 ton. Tbe average apsad
was SU kBsto
at tbe tmMne steatoer w.
.1^. A. Frald-Ia ttasge aay daafH «f
and tost of the p«ldle
is. and tile torbtoe steamer reqaiNff M boot stoktog?
Kt. & Fraak-Kto K Mm tUfOl
help.

'

. .OTaMi CMT«apOBan«4
• J%yi»rytoyi tiw e«|*»l of tb* tJolt-

t R«yalVUIt»FEMt Japan.
A visUsr toobrr:
sirraoitng tnttrti
KUM of JspM. cii rls bf tt«
and tberefore a toembar
fsmiir. T.


for a
Unitsd 8iat««. spa as •
■eotstrre of- tbs- stupewir'
U BbuwlOA Um ereQ en
.M.

e

boSTS.

pool r«p»no« ««»-

rtsfse by I

taiegrm>b bod telepbose.
Army of Man Empleyad.
DvHnC,i)|0 Maj oo Ute raocli PrealT*fl vral ov*t tb« bl« pine* pret^ tboroochlf Id automobiles, wreral
tt wU. b H-efr ai hU dlspowil. ThJs
tsmoo sore CTBti of laud and Its ranSOB iDtamts Bud Indtisirics are divid­
ed ttIB asm! dlfferrui deiwnoieuu,
«afek-b c>''e eniplutmeoi at ibu Ujm to
•bool za men
B»*o ibe coarbo.ra b«-re bare lost
1%ri»,|»otiues«ueuefi£. ibe;
1^^ comsiOiilUes s< iiilered

tabled l» • wneer b
L aMMbacvMMaAlnia^ K'nta*:
J I ■ ■ I—■ ri—I
r-i -

.vBcidU
CM- tbs Okl»

_

sm sO trails to New Tort bifbor.
belief ortS poor of BogUnd sbd
Wales «bd

rMclL e«rh of nblrli baa dlre-l fouMMM'MT IM«1>boTie wKb Iji guliiia
. Mere Ur (Jraeii. ibe manTbwie inwlaijs are
pmij.. 1ladoatrloua uion vb<nu- i h>ef

Ac first ptocssi o

e f. o--«. are

* »>»»»•>■ AlSblatsA.
flilwll

fespt 10 repBlr.



Land Valuat Enhanced.
It arts upon tbis meeb lliui tbe first
MRnMce experliueuis nml practlr-al

*^r tbs ab-traWsols

2b.oo(boaa
Tbs cbtuaiiB 1
item » s«>rm of wtreiess tsie>
gigfc etitW aM^la rir~~ Cra nf
h«eb are SD-U» PaetBe.
nw NM« MMwtm. is Ctrtcago.

■ ■■•—iralllr of farmlii;: In IbH part
of 1h<- WOUdel-ful euit.-n.' Hi (bU
TlDe tbe ritne of ilir i.nd tiaa in. r-aah-s«"irttbln tbr n

tfb -WorlA ft
o'-er t^o
k^wu.faDbA at Todopab. N«r.
h*ra (Usrorerad tbat
AMrtesD simp barrali once nsed ars
«.,Ata*-bS».OD«>. They are used
tfUfyb- sbmplBkUavof- cMt sod
taMdlmsedweseB- In tbe Onlted
bsbtt.bsOee prtesa tbta oew

d uol be aina-cnefull) Car­
la purl
iBina
Slii.-e K
II prn'e»| iliit It Ir one of the
•sst fsriDlnR ref(ori« In Ilia sla'e hnu^eda of IboaneiidH of .K-ras of mn.-h
beau divided Into eiuuller
fraeU aud ■•inem) in .ullirnnoi.
Sti
boM
aori-a off nit. nmeb ad••esat lo hliiion
^
nrres

T>pMfeBBs><ttm.lw-jMMoitfbti»iidsbsIts b»fid lo dslM*f»- of Tsrjwqa
flavts. Th* ssiiertw«i»*Hrt •of ‘J** CS»utO •Dimi imrti bwe-taf) •o MiWe wn* * pjrtboo «Wcb ewm,
tbssr-eestiog atm hirii.'e.
bso«ms;.eieees*iT to ombe
etmtiAM in the niiffee tiom«. «bd the
-mpertmeiBlaen. Vr. 8Saplme^ wmn Id
;the r*f»-erf pyrhosir-««ldiMrtn,
HdsngMH mbeb to birdlsav hs
tbs isrgMi wake senaUb toward<U».
'UOsinrsod dsntfw^a Too^ kagrilr
tastaaili'.hp
Tbs sapennieddem iiBirklr c*m>«A.
hack of tbe ueehr
'wtOi
hsotf »>d w1f» iti*i
<Hnft4»ed tbe omaiwe two fssf lo^.
'dovo. wtieee itie jhpMiM mosroMTpower of tbe pytiinw latsested.
>n«r-fhe wrHhlmg n
I He-irtrtto'rhrr«r-r
: boi htrt tbe pyi
coUrd Ba iwWre feet of Isavib nnialJ
the' maw's Isa and begmi to rooitrtrl.
lenlTkgbafls talgtiFr asOI
Mglw.r-5BITOE1P aw^ mifiht. Mr. BtephonawgjbL’d bilpteiarta «bs.wn»st^ grasp.
'Hb' bkn«t -mere m moist that tbo
sesl.T br-dr MrWed lo them. 'Persptrt
tloa ilresmfd Anwo bis
-37«
python hsd--WrtKl'iU bsbtf Hse ssdi
won dartlngolts torrid -tohtor
Id its Tk-tio's-eys^,
Tbe nso- Ibww.wp M» land iBaOMtfrafy to
f*es. -M)«-Bt the
same moOMwr tto, aiiAbe^ setoed aod
bemn Bwailbwlnr^By IMS tune- -»e--s«WidiniM
nwbed tnio ibe (Wee. khd They beiDm
beating tbe priAo.
-llkliis this
trestosirt. r)w
snetf T^ed tu
con. Vr. St^p^ ]«aM W«
free-and-hreie oC«M otiOo fiytboehi
-If 1 tofHM
muscle." asMi
bare oo doutit

DR. RlWSffi

NE\KIQi8C0¥ll{Y
ro.GBU6l»>»>eOLDS

AMD AU. THROAT
.........................

DISEASES

^Tva Ttotaaso a amra aaM nttM • mr
“=“^gD4n£to»y*toto
- * '
tft»«tarto*taMlal wtottet^tawwki«
• -w«cki«toAnIervHag.~^____
^^ATSIHS, Baaner

i
!
;
I
j

Bifo Dallas. Ibe
nllB. The IJallas cbnniNT i

deleeaUoo of a boi
in to UoaatiM aa a
Raa at biW) p. m_ OcL OV^ler be made bd address at Tbe
IPfaleKTBbiiAceMrteh U tbe‘ Some
.........................It »o the

Dsani tha Mlttiaalppl.
;1IDpb<l«eAn«ddeiitlii1 party rearbod
ft UralB'H lirUldod Vine l-rrsldml
fcwma and speaker ranoon. Tbe
^Bs fnr tbe-vjstl :md the trip down
10 St'V urieaua. where tbe
fnaUeni win miend ihe fuuriB omiuzl
•SBTeovluii of Ibe lAkea M ibe vialf
»SS||-WntePKar luwlHtlno, bed all
Iarmiii:>-<1 romp tliue beforr
The

Wblcb I.VUUO liuliiiiii.ua !
^J3iuurrs bom., end Hi
party arm ti. t>n si i
BHsWd tile laying ..f Ihe ■ r
tba.otir federal bimriliis li
Bmtirntng-at a ori.wk, •
tfp pnnj boenjed 'Up Sle

y ibai.,lWce.Hi.T -I.-iu.M-r*. .
J>em eHrrTlllt- .!■ legi.I.-.
111.

to'Cairc.sM Mlroonia.

• «OLO AMO OUARANTCEO BT .

DI RE CT O RY

>—600 BAR
winter appiba, Wagners. Bsldwisf,
Splas. etc. Will pay from ti.80 to
*S.*6 per barrel, la bnik. J. E.
lOmn, WBttog bout amt-O. R. A
I. depot.
oCt 28-16*
•VANTBD,

A

PHYStCTKNS
DR- M S QRBGORY
Eye 8pecl»li*t. wHh Drs. ThIHby am
HolUday, first and third Saiorday o
CD month.
aopl 22-09

OIRL
C. J.

COMPBTBNT

Here’s Year Choice

0R. R. B. MINOR
■pscial attention to Eya; Eae, Noas
and Tbruai.
OtoSSS dlled.
Over
American Drng Store.
1-MO

ne bospHsI ofvticb Dr. Uartha Q
Bhe used
Btpl^ ts.ls ebarge ta said to bare Ibe days of lonjr
boBMhia fn
totdiikto-JWIe od any Itistltiitioo of tbe scboolbnnariiHi^-~mT(^ la 1
<Qi; *18r4rv1 Is this xosatiT Or Boiope. It afrergiow. He css|(W ber-;Anri wed
AMid Um
her.
bat
ibey'w**atfi
nlcaiy paired,
TS^WashJcgUin atreeL
12-20-09
M tto MatsAito bospttaJ of MisueIsrbbd^kaasbesft-ninnlac tor alzty end tblDgs thA't-lator tonM^wel).
d tth- pfloi-e U a
DR. SARA CHASE
they oughtn'tJo-b^ted. Ap tsfldcn
Oftiee
407
State
Bank
Building.
Sot
TdWtMolu-PiUMli Colombtt onsf to* sto wne trnl&'fffii^coiiMmifiBB sDd
pboses 225. Residence 221 Wee
ant» vt tbe rropUes or meraeotoa grace. 8be weed AfgKike'.MI'lhi
IGgbth street. Tel8|ilK>ne. reaMeae
■ — •
'
TM9 ■'WIlfiBltf BLOCK." COKHSl
they toby or try to boy A now game now, Biss.
IMI.
lMJ-0*
rmi aad UnioB. for aalA 6as B.
n-lili lluBsla on the atafT of
law problbKs ibe dsallag Ip or <riteiiiig
WUbalB.
net 7-tf
KiiroKi and hoide tbe rank of iM)ar
the- beads of motmulc
J. C. GAL.NTLBTT, It D.
In tbe jB|«iii<-n* army. Afier Ihs ciM
Citizen's Phom 726. Suits 404 BtatS
Hse or csrlboD or tbs
Bask bonding. Traverse City. Ulch.
of bua'iiiiw be >tadte4 rtw an of
Msth oC elA-ot wspttl.
that U oot-i
10.*2«
lo Gerinau.i ntul has oo aeTeral
Wbest growing Id Aostralta was be- clbs. Curs*
bli-ii* reprptirnlPd hbs goeeratiieot oo
fOft a»tT—IJ-ROOM HOBSB ^38
HP aboal a ecoTory ago and ta 1850 U8S ibof .lf
DR. U 8WANTON
lm[>orlaiil dlplntnaHc
Bari BghUt Btrrat; all modore eoato wiiXio atocs. Today Brttof^a
TBBltoBto. BoqaSrs 816 Bbardmaa Offtoe (
laiiito hOtooea Tbs Walt 4 SiIba:
Bell
phoee
.
BTSDos.
oet lAtr
Hit Amaalng Memory.
iT«y. It
76 2r.
Charb-r j Puaa. 'be artor. <
OAlkV
(UQs-n
cosslns a re«-eoi dlvorr-e aoli.
DR HOLDBWORTH
"The poureoirDt memory of
Eys, r
Vilfcelm Blk. ll-804)8
eesge wlmen>i.~ lie saU. ~ts like that
of aa old p^ored mao 1 oon mst. wh»
DR. W. B. MOeN, BPB«*UBT
cMfined » bnre koswb tieorge Wi
ntito-Urinary O'teassa. C% Opera
Ininon. I a«*Pd him If bs wsa tb
I WaAla^D
Hoaae block;
boat trbeo (leneraV WsaWpcbs^^i i^
ed tbe UeawAtb.ai>d hs»Mttll<|y
wbea Georgs
tbe back at
cberty troef
"He looked worried fer a CDiMttf
aed then, wtita a basnrlarwBtW. ■sldv
"'IVto-, suab. massa. I dobs drorto
dal back tsabsslf "-TtiwQfM- MbgM

, li —ti mO__ ■■■»»* nwnHiac

Harey WhHney. •

Harry Wbttney of New HaseB, whs -----rrOfifiMUBe Ctoclaa mafcllD
r,«.
UoSbi*. gtudtollla mixed up In tbe polar fOUtriwefsy.

XMMto.lc Crary.
wem to 'be apclle reglona with Peatoi
to ibi- Hommer ct lOOA 8M Birp
going was tu tujbt tbe big game of lbs>
north Whiiney J^oed tbs Boosered
ai New FV-dfsrd sad lat—H i to Peas Tkaw-nrs 900'tDbabttaBta oo tbs
ry as part of the-e«psdlMoo's evjutik:
ineiit iwc power hosts of tbe wb«ls*
(x«t oKsiel
Ur IVbiiuey la a spoitsmao lum
and aliuple ami Is iolerented Id exploniii"u only lu iistp<**t—k —M Bib'faa Wra cQSiDinA a rery
tom belbf ttoaumaai-«ean drying
Aa Btoltob syMlIcate begaD tbe constrvntoKao tor 'A IBOS. o< ao embaakMDi along tbe eoQtbern side of
tto promootory vm wbVb Uobterlfieo
Tyas«t«e
•-i.rx
biw d»aa lto>rw
Is si(Dated. Ibe entire work to be Qnlab- Rsgular m
sttocarwyragamt a -cMt of gT.V 11.1 JO. tog. JBO.
Dean. K. of
•ad will eesslat of a iioin sea wall and
Nb-SM. K. a T.
•tt. sspiantos.iBg faet wide for
M. U- mes».4M*y Thandv eight.
bmiss. trams sod 'waJU.
John A. Loiw^ Oommader: Tbos
Tto oew DtSJ-riags law sow coder
consideration Is Victoria. ADstralia.
tos as Its oWact the prwreoftoo of
nHTlagsar tc pForldes
tMkfoai
sy.Daless.tbe ccjDpis applytog
atoUI bare obtained a IteeDse.
ceiKtoB Is made, bowerer. for
ahtatownto-ttoe-raae-of irtiskara. who
MtoWIgto^To came hrterr
tosrrylDg autboriry armed with a |Mr>

KAlsr'- SaoS"*

ATTORNEYS.

PRATT A DAV18, ATTORSETS.
Traversa City Btats BanK BuUdtnB;
tblrd floor. Snlta
' • SMI-SI*.
4-l-«
FOR SAl^HNS. CLfiAN GROeery nock doiiig a good cash bnsl
AMIL F NERU.SOER. LAW'TBR
ness Is Traverse City. Will sell
Cases
tried
In
sU
eourta.
Cotlecttont
stock with flnurea, or building c
mads Bn.?wt»ere In tbe U. R or Caw
be bought ai a reasonable prioa
adn. Both phones. Btoie Bant
good locaaon; n
BuildlDg.
oet 1-Smo
colT 816 per moatb. Good iwaaoDs
for selling. Address. Box 91. ca
MISCELLANEOUS.
Eagle.
.
oc( 2fiil2*
1£V1 BOTTLE
GREAT SNAP ON FARM OF 86
Putrtc and t
acTM. larel haHwood U»d. K V. Notary
•- at P KyBclkft i
Palmer, R. F. D. So. 4. Trarerse
<>1ty

tept Mf
The

FOR SAUK—LOT AND ONE-OUARlor, with emafl toulding. Two miles
OQL E..P. D. 5. The
property. Addr.oet lKt3B*
Peioeksy. Ulfb.

. C
Popular

» and liK lading
higDi*be*VAVu*irmesnB. .-oudurted
. T»n t..'ih.- ^ M r
i.utidiog.
k till- |ire«l l'-iii didleiited
>a, stcmulng diuiii tWe river, with,
tow stop* at HeivnH. Ark : i'ii-fcsburg
aS {toti b^-JHIs". luid Hiitno Hiioge.
rp the party wj" n-ueb New UrioaBS
-wtbe fty*ni<tlg of Oct. SO. Among
tbtDto>-d«rlng (be watera-sys
I Prealdrnt Tnfl will opto
1 end be tbe
b
• enidoigbt feta at

He wants a good Horse
Blankets, sod he will ask
k faiRous 5A, beca
be wcU toows tfa« tb©
5A
... Blaokenlcad
BlBoken lead all
*U oebers in streoetb tod long
wear.

y MORSE
tinneer

Oftce 33
Front Biresi. TraTsrse CUy

ln«ur*ne«. Real Estate end
Farmers UuiuaL 311 WUbelm HIL
T-3-M

FOR
«A1JC
CHEAP - GAJ.ftUANU
Hard Coal Berber. 306 Wet I Bleteotb strooc
®«< ITU

: Ve M Ha :

Wm. ItollHian Co.

C. 0. CABVeft. ABSTRACTB

•t ll-tf
CARPET CLEANING, either roUry e
• ; FEATHER RENO
vaouwM pro****;
rHGBOnOHHSO
BHBOPSHISV
VATiHa •• " '(Tbtoto. CUs. r
backs I bare « not yaarttvi t|M
Uii
aaie. Como oBrly" sad' l*t ywar
ebriCA 1 W. Blatsr. Trareree Oty.
JOHN R. BANTO
Web.
J«lT if-tf
Gsneral Inturanc*. State Bar
AAumWto1P«T»H In this OOlDIBB win
litg. TrsTerae City.
THEBE FAKKS FOK SALS; ONE
I obotolf east a word
OSS to town, one aeak Weriord.
fHANO TUNING
>r anbMoMt iDserttoo. No ad
le near Mactob. wm tall D easy AM. Naufokhiv
Eap«rU Orlnnril Bro*..
»lBsarM^fifit)4ess Ihaa U eSBta <
inoi. Wm. T Trouiwtne. » >t SO^tt
FToni and Cass. Both phones Bperial price by the yeai.
F2M9
lOUOBS-BTBN HOC. IN OITTERENT
partPtof iba«trtor sala,, ...
P. CAJIVER A BBO.
thiHP aad wQ aW aCy of tttos oo UMTAlO.Fire
lnusaraao% PlsU Clsa*
aod Aoeldcnt. rndemidly. bond* fur.
o«h«
Protect
yourself
afloat
W. P.
c seriogs of a llfeUniA __257

tat st*i« St.

Special price* on oiHng and clean­
ing barneu lot 30 days.

^esr

HORSES
FOR
I
I

iWANTHCto^lroUNa LADT TO 'WDR^
EAftV EAQUe WANT A09 PAV.
ngWdra
mr-wwfwper seems to to 9dD,VRs wrMId-'im *eretw tma.
and* ehtwr ta ibk caantTr
.......................
GMM-daftog

>PAKTKD~UOHT WORK DBITINQ

?S£2?SS.‘'Vi5S'S.*?K:
worth «■ pbttbB cnikea* W«-

iiXy patt.
OABI. 8CHOPIBLD.
Kseton of Bmyraa.
hz^. FOR general HOOSBWORK
Tbe.ponen.of Smyrua and CoBBtnuwhmed. 616 ■VFisblngton
tmple 'into e«T Binjng THey often
tarry weiiMrer fira to eight hesdred

■A tMiptow Aathori* BtAtSfntont.
■itor.. Joaapb H. F«tpsrniaB. SaUsM. O. who U ibp antlior of aa*toaa;^'writsa-. ‘Tor sarara^j.

_

___--

’ tbelr

berks - oonsMei

if-r-mm
‘Trisnasiand Qalnt,?.-*«ri^tMa'
V '■Not an BaiL* Ta aag Oto '
«by on ef tbeae maold pestoM
cata mn tf tto

: HODSSS FOR 6A1JC LOCAT®
In dlBarent parta of the city. Will
NtothrtresL ItonwHBBa

■■ss.sr.j

KALE. MUM

fa»«4l
!:!■■!!!•■

THRffl UAi«»
tor male; alao aeveral ’tragglse and
hanett Bnonlre at gVtoon Bousa.
aopt 22-tf

If 11.
SE

BoBth-SivirUni Bi

eight rooms, Mwer oomactionr,
tar. atoctrtc tlglrtg; PS-L-f"

addrsH & B. tocOcrr.n) daflam
aasDua, Hraad- BuMW
MIBCELUANMUC-,

l-aito'aimawaBT*Ba'mw

.

SALE?

j

2 Good Wofk Teams, wei^

i 2400

I Team Mala. w<^ 1600
1 Team Heane or CaniagB
Hqmk wdgbt 2400
.Fai^ EMvers, wnAig from
950to
50 to 'MOO

Abo Se« Ptan, wMi a t«>
«*o<2J0M

1

WbqtoWtiAA.A.B-B. .

tfteSE
-pToYimsai isair

T

mrnMTeam^M

A. i. SJvPEAIU DENI

dtoboat to Uw

aal- t«a> Bagp-T. (Wawwid. baa decreed
that bersafMr amlMiUoces. and pstrsl
wsicpu absil carry spirits of sDCoOBtk
hr raTtrtng.rlfllioi of sibcldi
ed'Whoay- '‘I 'ttdnk tb* amWtori'longST-iimn tbe hranfly" ekpMlded.-cmte<-Bewward. -Tto
■toy tto tuns
dwa-

jk'« torfitw paiD-lP-mr kidaers and
^ IftMd » bad eight days nhable
iBJttttoat aaalstMce. My urine
'>4U«fc white sedUoratud
bbwaaabcy dbr«A<i o’^f-

Of tbs rery choicest Teas and OoBeea.
lOn either band wa aah aatlatr yonr
tastea aad either one win {taeas your
tamlty aad the TtaHota yea ecterialn. There Is to oar Tea a Aba pnagent
that altraeta asd plaassA todc
the aroma and excellent drtnkliig «nJF. _
lOea of oar matefalear Ooffaea tom; * ,

mu T. A. VO^BHUf
DsntlsL City O^toT'KwS WOBlL.
Room 1.
»F1«

Eagle Want Ads

• - ••

1

ALL DRUQQISTS OF -mAVERSE CITY.

PBUica

WindlAS L

... .1 atoM^

LUNG

PREVENTS

Prlnre Riinl M> looR had to
plarioi. II vinii to me great cotmrry of
tbe vh-t mid il>e re>-etit Btidaoo-Ptik
i-.ii i..-;i-l rnttoii provided Ibe opp®*^

rtida.r 1
•iikUi siaiitin"
ke atenod
Boosiuu trnis a brief sl")i
Hr ar
Uiera U T.iu a ni . lenOilC al
p
protfram
at Hnuei.-ii
isiatA. lu.
a
l-re«ilifB«t
by.th.
prominfoc
bctalAed u
Ui.- preslit owde B Itoblk- iiddr-ss
Mnuv of
■ of Ijaliostuu Jn^ed IS
ceMinxIoa at lloiiaion
n«» Uoodtoo tbe preeldem made a

WmSm

’ira.f

IMRMIlTElKFtlH

can be had at

m
t-fAtBtiee «• pricu.
m»r. ,W«
«toanBtlat« IwH
•|H«utatkiu
ts prlew oBlf and
kind of .{BCftr
cute «pecraltM«t) wblckUBk* tochflHpete gnat ecODMDic dMnge*

Hu
H» Wh«
OaifiblM BK Qpnlp.
MBj popDtar Oelaalooa toooh;W«|i «rc«T attd lia
Qoaa H iDBte Bpectilitloo. bu Ita^ranalsnnn
t> peniBtent or more daugeroos to Into prlort. too, Iwt It teko*. flrw, origt,
tbun the belief ib&( from D4J rspital Id
‘.MUilag greal permaDeiK for<Hree
''iMBfi made
mad* br
hr tbrewd
Khrev ttiH] luckr •‘i-orj.': '''tecD

i..

I

'

Aiiu {ximvi Imagl'tfOvn.
Bt \tm »n t«t laf**; AwAt yaaiC T*bT

in riak*
oor Wail aitwi acgttalbiabm an nr<
Bfal bard bwdad sao viao'aaonad In
BoaUar «SS.«00 a ymt <7 apaCBladon.
Hot aae of tbra baa a ttpHal-of leu
than CSOtOeO. Tbar naba H aan
about to pet beat.
Take BlaBk.joDB of tbe abtaat apenlatorf we koo*-. Be bai madb btif ■



MILITARY MARCH
(JttMBiirai asataci)

nwa. ta®

R 1M* at mti. Ba «u

WlODfatrt of,on»«r ttie %
igeine wbao a* unrte, dflng,
sn.noa vind ttn?. be vuaa

iss.*s^ -

I

®aE£™“™
MotBrni^Ksitunm

cepflooanr oMe romiB san t
He knew lilt own roatfUke a tMX«. u
itiato
wett u Home otbfr iblnga itiatonl.e
tbe
R ware of. Tbe Bfoek
atoek Of
of
jllfeotnrB were mrarr
tbf BVRtein looked rbeap to blm. and.
be need hl» rjn.ooo « Bunda 4JX^
Bbene. A hni' niarWei vat be^nnlUR, BbakoMpeaiv -'fbe frteuda IDUq >iat'
.and wBWn a month ar/t^-Blatjkra
rtpifal itBd mer»se4-toMUMa Be t» tb}' «Mii witb boopa
WU renteitt wirb a tn pM elae. aak«d aealfull/.
“1 tblok boopa of gold would be beb
tbooifb e *(oci£ Banaetdb
' ■

tMtr Mid tbe gin sbylr.^Ufa.

jaiphca DM___
be tmn aa CShia W«« V»r

MrlUhraf SbcRiAv

Rb»a Poiiq.lYa.1. »d Mdb.
■Sucoda
TK^C. B. TaVLOJ COAl M.

dreamland

There
00ugh or ooia reBttlUng ic
____
after Poley^ Hobsr
aod Tar b
bu been lakes, ae It will »top
lUgh and breeb up yditr cold
fluipkly. Refow any but ibe genome
genalne
Eolev'e Honey and Tar In a yeihrw
package. Cootaine no oplaMa and Is
aafe and eure £. S. Walt * tem
eoda-

Played by Signor CREATORE’S Celebrated Band

m

TJree Mmi al Boiatefli— Novelty Gxn«x}>- MuactI Artirtk.
Cooiear Sibgiag Act
H. K. Swfcf-Qtanctq- Comecian and Dancer.
O. Lfrie6im wiB img “I'D Teach You How."
Mofini Picturw—-Foob of Fate." ••Suitot * Competitioo." “He
Lean» the Ttick of Meamensm."
OH.

VOU DREAMLAND

Seiecr'a w*h.
n uiilin' I III- aiilder'R web (OT
ware made as eeHr

MOISJEV TO LOAN
lulaie these organs and thoroughly
cleanse n>ur syatem uhlob ts what
useds lb order
feel-well,
t b Sone
eedw

XAXES

NOTICE TO TAl^AYtR*.
The Ui rolls for tis collection of
school ana city tagaa sod special a*
he llTe wards Of
of iba
city of Trsrerse CUy. Mtehlyan bare
been placed
- ...
bands for Mltee
■rUl be in my olBee tor tbe par
pose of oollecUog said lazes ersr}
; day rrom now unOI Not. 1st
from 1
o clock iratll U:M
ia:M
after
of each dsr.

(M mST MORTCACL NO DEUY
m> MMTGAGE TAX CUUSL
R»ti EsttU Bomgki, Sold ad Exduagtd.

Untnoiui-FedeTSpiel Land & Mortgage Co,
WILHELM BLOCK.

it masr^'^

SAY!
65 CENTS wUl bio^ 100 DOLLARS
worth of EIRE IINJSCRA.ISJCE for 3
yean on your Dwelling or Household Goods, if
you are 20 feet from any other btnldmg.
Get one
"'ur Policies; there
is positively nothing better.

cent for collecttoa ■

7ZS
Date-' July

E.W. HASTINGS & SON

M. 1903

ifflce. Boon 101. BtateLok BuUdlM

Gtizeo. Phone 553, Office 301^ State^

»»“A«

fmJWJW

Four-foot Hemlock slabs and edgings, $1 60 per 4
cord at mill.
»>TeiDOer. a I'.,
aun
polls of BsJd aiecUoa will be n|~-n Trou.
one o’clock lu the aTteniooo unUl sev
_ o’clock In the aftemoon 1
dsv. and that :he pgrpoae of naJd Is to Tote 10 borrow Blooey on
I aad credit ut tbe e^y of Tray<
City. Michigan, '■tad ^ Issue t>ond^
• r eu«n
of e
ther^or In the
e
dollars (I16.M0J10)
.I6.MOJH}) to
t be einen.i ’
said dty for the purpose of jm; j
a property of A. J ?ei-i -. >
tbwe»: comer'of I'oicc u

Call atizens Phone 329. or BeU Phone ISl

Horses for Sale

Kelley Lumber Co.

Pioneer
Livery Stable

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.lo of said -eat estate, eiclu^'v.

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v>i;v bs’ Re'cVmg a-eigbl abuul '.O&e
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That is one secret
of the sacceu of
this Typewriter,

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Resolved Tha’
ia sipedient a
.. .
the faith
iTBdIl ()! sal.: .i',> 'o Issue bon.:,ihere'i.T the nun 'f 'Ixtean tbouaund
doUars itl«.000.iv»i -• be erpended '.i,
.Ai,; rlt> tor the I'ur;- 'e of purehasini
Ibe property of A •' I'etwlyl ai the
southwest ooroe- o' I nion and Stai<BUT<ls In aald clij m Rcoordance with
proixmlUoo of said A .1 Petertyl dai-d
October 20, 1909 fpi "le sale of esH
r«ii esiatO' ejcluslve of machinery,
toole. stocks, fliiiiros end healing ajv
paraiue and making oi'‘ratlons iher.'
to. and b« ll-fanlier
Resolved, That me a .eaOon of mak
tng said loan and isiumg said bondf
ter tta awra of sixteen thoogand dol
(I15.0WI.0O) be submitted to ibe
paying electors of said dty at a
Jal elecUoD called for that purpose
council to I'v bcid Id tbe coun
n la said oitv <'n Wedneaday
from one o'clock P "i,
o’clock p lu 00 said
«Dd that th.
clerk of said dt' b» aod. hereby U
iQstruciod to cause n,.Uce to be glTOB
thereof by poatlng at •'’Bsi ten days
before tee time fixed let
election

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election, tee amour: of money to be
irpose for
expended
publlBbert tn one o'
|.«[.ers published li
noiif-e I
resolution.
Deled, TmTB e dty. Michigan, Nut
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I U.. .bl„ p„., ,..r. .«,h, ™
j pounds block buliu a good drirer,.
IftioO Ba.iiJ.p iH'n> Uso will work, i
line pa.- :.r. «-n iiuloa. weight 1.000
piubds good farm loam price I2T<
Ooe blucky bum white mare weigbi
iSin .Vo ; workea price *140
Use pair browaa oov mare and OO'
borse, w..',cbt 2S(X pounds, s good
pair walkers Had them oo my tajm
all aummer. sonud. price IS&O.
one Iron griy geWlng. B yeera okL
rangy built, well brege, weight 1*0B
pounde. price 1240.
One rangy sorrel horse, weight
liOO pootlds. good worker, single Of
doable, price 1146
One griy mare, weight UOO peunds,
rangy built, good worker, price 1115. j
One pair brown geldings, 6 and : i
rears old. weight 2800. rangy belli. |
good to work, price 1160.
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One good bay borae, blocky built i
w«ghl 1160. good all around horse. I
price 2I2S.
One sorrel mar*, weight IHX). worta'
IS all kinds of sbipe. price lllk
One good ohMtnut horse, t years
.old. weight 80«. will drlT* flngle or
doubi*, blind In one ey*. oiberwis«
sound, price $66.
Ooe. rheetnot mare, weight tWKi
triuuda good single ur double driver
e j:s.
-ee. gray and sorrel,
eara old. weight MOO pounds,
worked ugsthM' al snmmg.

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Necessar>' devices
which, with other
typewriters are
attached at an
extra price 1 or else
built as parts of
“special” ma­
chines with only one use
at a more exorbitant
price), are inbuilt in
every NE^^ MODEL

SocDc Idboill Feiteret;
(lard
ruing, E>eciinal
'I ahulaiing.Coodensed
Billmg, Color Work
and Stendling.

L C. SMITH & BROS.
TYPEWRITER
AD the*e Idodg of work- and other*—done by
one simple typewriter, our regular correspoodMW« ■owkwwa, wittsdf any erfre n*t in attaefamegrta.
BALL BEARINGS — throughout — typebar.
carnage, segineni — all important fnotioiud
points made anti-fnctional.

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.The mbuUt devices sa\ e you tbe price of
suachinents (costly things, these attachmentt);
bearings save work and wear.

And this compute machine costs no morp
than otbera whit^h must have expensive anachmena to
make them oompiete.
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