The Daily Eagle, May 14, 1907

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The Daily Eagle, May 14, 1907

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

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1907-05-14

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THE DAlljlP'EAQLE.

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VOI. XV.

TRAVERSE CITT. HI0B3

xo. 43€1.

MAT CARE III
SELECTIN6 JURY

J. W. SLATER
THE HOMEMAKER

PROBECUTION

AND

DEFENSE

I

HAYWOOD TRIAL QUESTION

We WIU Furnish Your
Home Complete
or td] you any piece of Hmne Fumilurc in our manunoth stock,
and let you pay for it as youJ" income will allow.

WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Furniture
Stoves
Dishes
Tinware
Carpets
Rugs
Lace Curtains
Portieres
Window Shades
Linoleum

310 Rockers
to select from.
40 Dressers
38 Bedroom Suits
50 Center Tables
22 Dining Tables
30 Couches >
48 Dining Chairs
100 patterns Carpet
12 patterns Linoleum

•23 year* of experience i the home furnishing business
has Uught us when and where to buy to get the best for our
rooney, and if you buy from us you gel the benefit of our exper­
ience.
In fact we will lake the best cash price you can get
anywhere in the slate or from any catalog house, and sell you Uie
same grade of goods at the same pnces and let you pay for It in
insuUments.

THE MEN Closely

m sn naucTUCE
PrespecU are That Jury Box Will be
Filled Thle Weeli, Though it
la DIfflcult to Sur­
mise.

Big Time I

iij.in ^ lio

in

iuh lA.i4*. <*nn a)4T.4 V. In' atLAiaed

man of rrUm mVnl in all tin-1 i ill a
ilrisMhat proclaim
till- jrcoilfuiKn III Ties. Undernear. Siaiiia. sliiriH and Ntiapend. r- ii> tii» laivid Myl'-s and at
l>t ici-> i" "iiii all purw !•

KllitfOC

Being Planned for Fri­
day. May 24.

(Special to the Daily Bagle.)
East Jordon, Slay 11.—Eaat Jordan
imp No. €611. Slodem Woodmen of
America, are arrauFlnR for a big Joy
test In thla village. Friday night, .May
the main (eaUre being the laltla
linn of a big class of candidates Into
the nij-steries of woodcraft at the
boveday opera house. (Iiarlevolx de­
gree team will exemplify the work,
and prior to (hU will give an exhlbliin drill 00 the s'treets.
Followtu Uu tnlUMtos n baagnet:
be
by the Royal Kelghand Woodmen, and daoclog and
card playing will be parUc
Head oflkoera M Ue Woodmen wlU tw
preseat. aa well as dej^gatj
neighboring camps.

Lot us rnpiiir and enlai^e your hoiisr.
Prompt and courteous treat­
ment tf> all.

Smltli Realty

Company
Teli-phunc 3'i

noyd siTum
Managep

Rf.sidftico Unn.

Extra
Dry

Clothes I'll:
Just Received..
Another . lot of Cravenettes (rain
coats) that are certainly up to our
usual standard for good values and
a perfect fit

Umbrellas.....
at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00 to $4.50
Detachable and regular style han­
dle It’s going ^o rain—tetter see
these.
^

Sherman & Hunter

In Hener-Empira
Coun^ Tl
(Special to tta
Honor. May It
the Benzie County
ports good progroM
Empire extension, ntno'
out of Honor. Tnrioag
proving the service

PMDIBI bS
I GYPSIES JA(LEO AT
ALLOWED TO

BROWNELL’S
ECONOMY

Their Rigs Ware Well
Livestock and
Produce,

CITY EDinOH. 4 P. K

mrtni aiiTm nur THEY PLARNED TO
MANISTEE SUBURB
VISje BY FIRE
KILL THE CZAR
OlAK

HILL

SUFFERS

PROPERTX

LOSS OF SISjnS-100 PEOPLE

The prevailing prices tor pot
today are M and 66 cents. One buyer
who Is txtra anxieut tor stock tor the
Chicago market haa beon paying M
owits. pnly a fair mnnbar of
are bsing offerod for sale.

ARE HOMELCS8

RK SIUITQ III SimHI
Oapartment Turned Out Full Force
aetd Volunteen to the Number
of too Helped In e Bucket
Brigade.

so TERRORISTS HAD THEIR PUR
POSES

REVEALED TODAY

AND ARE IN PRISON

0R6AMIZATI0N BASIS TIIBI LPrilTf RB mUEniKfl
OF EFFECTIVE WORK
SUBJECT OF H. A. DOWLItdG’8 AD­
DRESS AT THE CONVENTION

HundKuiiic banm-ni and medals will
' given the winiers. The mcsdals
Is year wll) be of solid gold, gold
plate and ellver for flrsL second and
third prizes respectively.
There wu) be a program In the
Bing and one In the evening, the
itng program begliuilng at b:
•gd the aftemaon program at,

.pns j4BMcm wi

store!
DAILY EAGLE WANT ADS PAY.

lOc PAINTS

Rowland Douglass
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>IIBI»ICE IIEH Smu

BIG milCK miD REUIISE

341 FRONT STREETT i

Our new BCBdT Mixed PainU
have just arrived. They are
tin caui put up in the following
colors: Black. White. Olive.
Cream, (ireen. Lemon Yellow.
Deep Amber, Sage Oreen. Pea
Green.
VermilHoo.
Orenge,
Bright Brown. Gray, Pink, IddlacBed.EichBlne.BroDzeGreen.
Olive Gray. Light Bine, Walnnt
Stain. Vanish etc.
Other new goods consuntly
arriving.

(Special to the DaBy Bagle.)
-.......e*. MlctL. May l4.-Oa
of Manlste);. sustained
of llB.om by Are Honday. 16 bouses,
one saloon and one meat market being Gave a Helpful Outline te be Pc
burped and ICMJ people made homeless
lowed by Teachers—Good Foun■nie fire started In the rear of s
^ dstlon Is Indlspensaloon owned by Max Nlrmerotrltz.
■ sible.
and Is supposed to have been due to
the dropping of a clgareue stub by
boys who weie rushing the ean.
The murumg sesslcyn of the Grand
Tbl nre department turned oat ai
raverae county Sunday school
volunteer force of 100 formed
venUc* began this morning at 6:30
bucket brigade which did good work. with a very small attendasce.
be recited Uiai »o few Sunday
school workers and teachers are
Ing advantage of the helpful aa

iSpecal to the Dally .
Frankfort. May 14.—The
gypsies who held np R. F.
Towsley of Lake Ann.
curing S5 In govemmmu
brnugfat to this place by
foni and held for a hearing'
]| was thought
lulcht be made out of IL I
ninsideratlon It waJ decide)
ihom *3S and 1« them go «
ment. Tlicy wore also ll
make LhomsHvoe scarce 1
those
parts.
■0 TAKE PLACE SATUR­
,Wagont Well FKItcl
DAY. MAY 25.
In holding up the carrier*
nion Rw-unp ihclr two rl* ai
road, thus preventing hH pn fees at Seven Schcels Will be Reprceented.
that point The daring creat^||a then
and 100 Athletes are
surrounded him and wentI thi^ h
Expected.
,fcs ^ the
pociWs: ■ J-roro the lool
wacntis- one Would Judge that ^y he
.Vrrangciucnu, are being completed
beeji tobohlng very genefi^y
ir one of Uie biggest track and field
country through which they r^jT"**
they bad everything from a ^ lamb ii-i-iK i-xcr hold lu the city, which
•111 lake place Saturday. May 36. at
!i<- Traverse Cliy driving park.
Seven schools will be repreMnted at
ll' mi-vi. including Cadillac. Manistee.
) hsrlevr.ix. PeUiskey. Boyne City.
Hoed Cliy and this city. At that Ume
III aihivtob are expected to be prea-

Streets an^ '
' .Gough and WalL
Cemetery—Me(3ough,
Walt
Sew-erx-WalU Shane and Hc<
Parks-Wail, Shane and Mc<

Smlfti-Realty' Co. Hav^e Some
Fine Bargains In
Real Estate.

Farms for
Sale

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CT.'HAT-M. 1907.

e Czar Is Menaced ty Freqtfent
ThreaU Upon Hie Life and
Does Net Dare Leave
Tearkee Selo.

THIS MORNING

<8peel4j to tbe Dally Ekale.)
BolKC, Idibo, May H.—TwalTc jurymeo In th« box. four of wbom bare
been passed tor cause by both prosecolor and defense, and 71 talesmen
yet to be called, the court resumed
the preltmloaries for tbe trial of Wil­
liam Haywood ai 10 o'clock today,
wlUi every proapect of having a Jury
by the end of the week, though 11 Is
dlfBcult to tell Just whal the outcome
MU be. Of the lalewnen summODed by
the sheriff, 35 presented excuses and
of these 21 were excused. TbU shows
a reluctance on the part of the men
to serve and also a great leniency on
the pan of the court. '
Seldom has either pruseciition or de
fense been permitted by the Court to
-search w deeply Into tbe attitude of
' the Jurymen.
More than 40 newspaper men are
preaent to repon for as many papers.

lODfU WOOOIEIIJOV FEST

Satisfactory Dressing

» Sbowora and thuodar. atatww«
» tonight and Wadnaaday. ikoah »
• aaldar. High aoHthariy ahmn« »
» 10 narttnoaat wteda.
»

HBOC aterr opp.'WblltUf Hotel

THE
FOOTPAD LAST
Are you hard to fit.>
Have you any corns';
Do your feet eet tired:You ought to wear ttic
Crawfonf Shoe, made on
the Footpad Last
IfS sure eonifort every linn.

QUICK
FORCED TO THE WALL AND THROUGH
To accommodate my increaiing boaincss I must have more room,
aod have seeoiwd quarterx In the new Palgp Electric building. For a
few weeks I oCer a Bne aelbctloi) of MB •■It pattCriM. kXcIosIvc
■tylen, tamm tU up. Tromum $$ m$.

QUICK, the TaUm-

HANNAH^ LAY CO

ElIEGTUMBr IS 61H

OrgsnlzsUon the BatiA
The address of the morning wa
livered by K. A. Dowling of DetrolL
"Organization the Baals of BSsetive Work." Mr. Dowling gave a nu
:celleni address especially helpful
the Sunday school teacher and offloers
of the Sunday school.
Comprehensive Outline.
The speaker placed an outline of bis
addreas before the convention, say­
ing that 80 per cent ot all learning U|
obtained Uirougb Uie eye. WlUi eat
teaching it usually goes tnm one
aad oat of the other. Following is the

Building.
The Foresters. Court
853. of this city, which has been
the Imlldiug known as the Foresters
ban In ihe Brnsch bloik. bave leased
the third floor of the A, W. Banak
l•llllcllnK lor a icrtn of years and will
move Into their new (juarters Aug
The new ball Is aliout the same s
as the one they are learing, but la
more conveniently arranged and bel­
ter adapted for the purpose of the
lodge.

mary.
mediate, young'
school, (1) adnlU;
Ing: (.'I home departmesL
3, Organization as to class—(1),
Why Friendship, class spirit direct
energy. |2). HowT Name, motto.
Officers. (3). Whai? Regular
Ings. niossenger service, credit ayaUm.
As an Introduction to hla talk. Mr.
!«owiing sold ho thoroughly believed
In orgaalzailoD. ss there i
NOXICE
much power as U needed to make mocbloery run smoothly now. and org*uIzaUoD Is the power.
(he fiimre. otlher for the coi
Toe Much System.
the eradlng and flying np
He (hen told the story of the boy
cemetery lot must be paid for In ad- Tommy »ho came home and sail be
e at the office of the city trei
ihougbi there was too log-n Byatem
Board of Public WorksBj T. H GlUll, City Clerk, In bis srhiKil He bad been turne-l
r 26-t.11
over to the i.ilucliial because
been naugho. and the principal had
turned him over 10 the supM-lnteodMit: th)»n the aupertniendent turned
him over to hU "paw" and finally that
was not enough, so his "paw" turned
him over bis knee. The point the
speaker made was that although there
was plenty of system ter.-. I was ml"
very effective In the end.

Wanous^
Shampoo
Bag

A Purely Vegetable
Shampoo and Skin Food
WUl care iWrWT

Tones ihe scalp, Iboroughly
cleaasesthe hair and slimulates iis growth.

YOU ARE tHE ONE

rould seem that when a ;
whose loTiUy
worker comes from Detroit to give ot
bis valuable Ume, the workers might
take the time to hev him.
The Rev. G. E. Lockhart had charge
of the ec«g service, followed by C. H.
Bates leading in the devotJonale and
prayerENCE LAST EVENING
Tbe chairman of the nominating
immlUee submitted two names for
le two new offlees adopted by the Illusions Were BeytNid Cempralwnaten
convention. J. Tremaine aaaintain gee—Hypnotic Experimenta Ifr
retary and Mr. Dye ut Monroe Center,
-tniendent of the adult class de.McBwcn. (be maddan and hypooilat. gave the flrat ot a aeries of nlz
-tainnients at the Grand <vera
house last evening. He i^ved hlman excellent entmtainer. The
evening s program consisted <4 some
clever work In magic. spedalUee by
members of his company of entartoinera. two Illusions and a ilixmotietTwrim,
of some of the wonilerfu] mysteriM et.
hypno& fiegea .
The alelgbt'ol hand tricka both puz­
zled and pleased the andioMe, and
proved Uiat Ur. UcEw«n has oertotnlastered the an ot being a magkslan.
The Illusions were heyrad
hessieo and had not the peo^lB tha
audience been told by the master

Will 0<

on^ Failing Hair

that must be suited. «ri& the flour you use
We are so sure that ffliST Flour will suit
YOU that we wanty^uto try a sack thinext time you order flour. We know wliat
the rcbult will he—you will always use

(Special b0 (be Daily BmIa)
St Petersburg. May 14.-The great,
t terrorist plot In a century, haring
iis purpose the assaastnadon of the
czar was discovered lodav ann 80 men
Iflleved to have been la ll are thrown '
into prison. The czar Is so menaced
by ibreaiened assasslhatlona that be
has been advised not to ieave Taarkoe
under any conSideraUon.
; men who were capiars)! lodsp
had planned to surroasd the castle
sod InUmidate the guards or throw
Into confusion, at «h>eh time
)>f the number would enter the
palace and gain acceas to the esor.
The company consists of mated Xiea,

19c each; S for SOc

The

American
Drugstore

Foundation Indltpenslbk.

Mr, Dowlmg SBid organization wa
a; ihe (oundaiinn of ail a'-iivi'y, pr
IKlcal. social. Inietleciusl and splrii
ual. and (he spiritual flnJ> Its bigbem
and beat efforts In the Sunday scIkioI.
(nterdenomlnstlonat Work.
Follow ing the outline, he briefly orviewed the history of the Interdenoml.aUonal work, saying that there had
bees held in all five great naUonal
c^venuons. eleven International and
five great world eonvesUons. the lasti
world convention now In sesalon
Rome. He abowed the bensAl ot
but said that B K Warren of
Late, who presides U the
ventloD Id Rome, considers the town­
ship coovention of great value,
It brinss the alms and plans ot the
big meeting right Into the hearts ot
0 l>eo|)le.
Co-operative Activity.
"Next the purpose of the intnrdenomlnstlonal co-operative seUrity," he
said, "is two- fold,
evangelistlcaL The educational pur

;p^f

The.de^-------hypnouc foroe_ w
words eoneernlng the r
_
objective and subject^ selves i
man. The speaker said' that tour
things were essdhtlal to satiafsetory
mesmeric or hypnotic demonttrotlon*.
These condliKag are. (1) willing sub­
jects; (21. a peiWn with a msgimtlc
temperament: (3). suggesGo.ns a&(t
good Imaginations in the subjects.
tVhen the Bi«eakcr called for volun­
teer subjects they seemed to com© to
him much as Iron filings nish to a .
magnet. After getting the subjects
under his control he caused them to
I)r, many funny and curions things, to
(he delight of the audience.

POITlie i LIGHTlie UtESTEIS
Chief Murray it Protecting Fire Atorvn
System.

Th-nicix V'irray. chief of the fl’S
(iKpannieiii. ;> putiiog up Homing ar-n- tod.i> nn some ot the poles
(rjim which (ho wires to the fir© slonn
system inti-n^ the engine house.
Ughiiilni; IS giving considerable
trouble and It is hoped that hy pot
nc -ip a g;»iindlng wire It will help
, remedy the trouble.
Sunday Dicht Chief Murray and hi*
rn were called out aboot S o'eloek
• an electric itehl wire crossing their
wires sed turning In an alarm. Most
he balance of the night was spent
In locating the troUWe.

UBEBIBMIES’ EBIBUL
9ld Nortnpori Resident te be Burled
Tomorrow.
Tbs funeral service of Albert Barnes
uf Norihpori. who died yesterday at
(he age of 68 years, of poeomOBia, will
be held from the Oongregaaooal
church at that place tomorrow afteroon at 2 o'clock.
The duneral will be In charge ot
Ralph AederooD ot this dty. Mr.
Banes was the leader of the choir in
that church and s very weU known
and highly Mspeeted eUtann.

>AY,

DAILY

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TELEPHONE*;
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' Phona* No. tt.

give the bill bis approval.

Tb* DnUy BM^ wUI bo loud on
*m* nt th* Mlovlnf plae**:
C9tr
Nm
Btud: aty 1Book Btoio; B. 3
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0 Ban aiEhn.ittiK:

-9 North
Owk Coleman. Sit
_____ Candy
araooe; Hoor

Bavood
Co., Union
B. B. TonbaU'*. Ml W*n
BoTutbnboat: J.W.WoaM. US Rasdolpk nreet For th* oone*nl*no*
MIT patrona vut *dTntla«m*Bts k
left at uy of th* abor* ;d*e*a

Tbe prospect for any compromise

Mr, Cochlln gave

tween friends of Secretary Taft and
arc very slim.

U-ipc^e as though It

was Co be a

to the finish in fee

I should be UugbL

1.

I'ntbaiion—Creation to deluge,
:.

GRiniDMEM
CO. S. SjpRTION

Preparation—Deluge to

dus.
3

constltuUoDsJ

cooveifUQ

and the Senalc another.

Conquest—Exodus to EsUbllsh-

t.

Pow-cr—Monarchy to Division Of

Kingdom. 1096 B. C. to 876 B. C..
5.

Decline—Division of Kingdom

Captivity. 876 K, C. to 606 B. C.
6

Service—CapUvlty

EXCELLENT

ply e'-enis."

lEli WITH m m
Eaaentlale

lntpre«aed

character as the House bill The Sen
ate bill provides that In (he nomina
lion of candidates for delesalee i.
mnveoilon voters may cast their bal
lots witboat reference to party enroll
menl. while under (he

House bill

voter enrolled as a Republican coult
noi east & vote lor the nomlnatloo
B Democratic candidate for delegate
and a man enrolled ap a Democra
could not east a vole (or a Republi
can candidale.
Party enrollment should not be al
lowod to cm any figure In the nomi
nation of delegates to the consUtuUoi
al convention.
In one res per I the House bill Is the
best, to that it prortdes for a

kings.

repreaentative district-while the Sen
ate bill provides for a convention
only 50.

It is to be hoped that the

two bouses will get

together

agree ^upon something very

boo

THE STREET RAILWAY,
llte matter of the coosiructlon of
Traverse City street ratify Is being
tevived.

Seemd Period—Abraham, Jacob, Jo­
seph.

Upon

Third

The first sesBlon of tbe Grand Tra'
erse county Sunday school convenUon
BapUst church.

Tbe attendance was

not as large as should have been.
Tbe first balf uour was spent 1
daily

among

Kllih Period—Elijah. Elisha, Ualab
Slxih

the members, shaldne

systemallc study can be made of the
Old

out this morning with a RubEcriptlon

Trav

erse City has now reached a point
lu growOi when a street railway has
beeome

a necessity, and

service, after

probable

that

the progrsm recently

deiiariiiienls

address

on the

Teachers."

subject of "Beltei

The speaker said becaus.

he bad chosen this subJecL be did not
wlsb to show any depreciation of the

some

of

tht

K.

I..K'l.harL

c.niiiiy
llie

vice

president

assodatlon,
following

of

the

presiding.

oflleers

were

noinl

felt sure (here were no more earnest

»( which J. W. MilUkeD was chairman,

faithful

and

or

Inteltlgeni

teachers

In Grand Traverse county,

than

Howcvei

to foci bis

or her

weaknesses and

the nominating eoinnilitee.

were elecled by the convention

for ihi- ensuing year:
New Offleers.
President. Robert E. Waller

lines west of Pittsburg to represent
the contribuung eavtoyw of th* rite
Uon division,

liie candidates ai

fgllowB. hut member* are not obliged
to adhere to these men;
William

H.

OrouL

conductor

southern dlrtston.
Charles

H.

Keegan. ’

raachinlsL

northern division.
-Ubert E. Moor, farakeman, souihern
division.

and. second, to be heller prepared to
teach

the

leeeoo:

In other

words,

more strength In character and more

Ou the first point, Mr. Cochlln said
teachers should aim to be their pu
Plls' Ideal.

They should

try ,t« Im­

press their character upon
aud girls.

He

Siipcrlnlendent

teachers'

the boys

went farther to

Superintendent home
Mrs. J. S. Horton.

whleh the teachers and superintend

training

department.

One hundred fifty dollars was voted

cern Insincerity upon tbe part of the

send I wo delegates, the president and

They also voted

teacher, and can put up .with a good

secretary, to the next state cunvenHon 10 Pc held at Kalamaxo*.

"No Infiuence Is so strtHig or so abid

EveninB8«MtaH|^
. Tte OapMMMiJtMunday

"More teacher*' training classes were
forme din Michigan this year than be
(ore all Uken together.

The greatest

says he don't know enough.lo teach
class, he comes nearest to the truth
of

tchmi

convention, evening

\

song service

in

ebarge

of

Robert Edwards was greatly enojyed.
This was followed by the devotlonals
and scripture and prayer by the Rev.

Several Thousands for Missions.

the world's convention In Rome, and
Mllliken read a telegram from

him in which It was stated that 37,000
for luisslons and 310.000 foi InternaHonal work was taken up on board
hslp from between BOO and 600 people.
of the

evening w

given by H. A, Dowling, secretary of
you know the names of the books of

the

the Bible, the purpose of the

ti«m.

Ings. th* effect.' the periods at which

Essenltala of Bible Bcbool Hour.

lawgivers

and

-

Detroit Sunday

The speaker

CochHn spoke

of

the three

One class Is made up of

Seven

welcomed the large

in the

Setentfed to Bev
eral Bocletle*.

diligent study of the Word, its

udy of oplniooe. of men. and the

world." he said. He recommended the

islatore under

use of Dr, Hamlll's Teachers' Train­

He believed tbe teacher should

book, two books

for

25 cents

However, he sdd It waa not neces­
sary to ha-ve any

book, but

leach

B to study the class aa much
lesson, so that be may find the
IMJliit of contact

This point c

tact, he said, was not the same
as in the girl, and for that reason
the boys and girls should be separated'
Ih the Sunday seheol class.

ConMentkl Service

Before

luacher can leach, tbe point of eonta«
: be studied and then the teach.
Ing win have some effect
le

speaker'

said

that

more

strength, Ume and money sboold he

Do you understand that ail ofyour business
matters left in trust at this banlr are treated as
strictly confidendaD
We regard our patrons’ busiiiess as a

put In the Bible school to
children and to get to those who have
already fallen Into the gutter.
Meet Important

Hour.

The speaker then briefly explained
why be spoke of tbe seven essentlalA

tnisL

Id taking this up be said every week

Other persons never reedve information,
from us regardiiig your affairs mbusted to ua
Your bimness is solicited.

has 168 hours and out of that num>nly one is given to the study of
God In the Bible school and that there
is no hour so Important as this one of
K.K, when the Word of God

is

taught to bring souls to Christ
e first ot tbe seven easentlals la

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

promptness,

nils point he elaborated

upon from all

standpoints,

showing

clearly what It meant to all.
^

Order.

Tbe second atameat Is order. 6y*un rsUta* ttan dlsdpUn* ba sdvo-

the tonic Inativ*.
ThU is a herb medldne. sol
»?c. and 51
gistt and it
bills than
a
n any
other medicine ba
ever saved.
It cures headache, backaclm.
Indigestion, oonsupauoa and akin

Htw Athittti KUp
Strong and NtaMi;
;
Hhyslrsl perK
I and unfailing fi,
[ seotlal in scvci
1 great attention la given
k I
•o to
I
In schools where a ."tra
,"«raini-_ _____
Is provided (or the sihlei
-• ' te. only th*
most nutntloue food is sei...
-rved. and In
, cases where there la no iraltil
raining
: the athlete la advlaed to cat <
healthful food rtily.
Wbrthei
be (ollowa auefa advice la aoon abown
; by his phyalcol rondltloo. If the averlaga man—the buslneaa raas—tbe law*

•FtWAWiiWM
I jjisws. sasr"'
» gr CENTS A
*’
F ^
SHOW

fjEsa^etf Frm
i Smg Stag
a Om-af the h«st tett of fks
fore* fo bd had.
s
I’KiXiRAH—Arabiau Magician
h Becaped From Ring Sing.
E
SONG-' Well Be SwcelheAris
J ^o the End.”

DAILY EAGLE WANT ADS PwY.

TRY AN BAULE WANT AD.
No. 15, 3.8 per cent (at and 13.2 per

plial. Detroit. Sunday momlpg.

GRAND OPERA HOUSE

Lyons and sous left here two weeks
ago to Join Mr. Lyons In Flint

she grew rapidly worse, and Sunday
morning,

Mrs.

M. Tebo of this city

received word of her death

The Tendeffotrt.

Mrs.

Lyons had

lived In

or

not

Traverse City ajl ol her life and bad
1 many friends who will be grieved
learn of her death.

mother, two slsiers and three broth
Mrs. Lyons was a member o
Companion

Traverse No. 6, 1. O. F.

'

The funer^

will he held Wednesday morning at
©clock from the Catholic church in
IVlrolt,

Delegate to State

like

the

term

.

'Tenderfoot" taat

waa applied to me In i-oramon with *11

Firemen's

who cam* from civilized romtriee.

moantslD eltmbiT both In Stwtb Ai*«>lea and Europe
Therefore 1 did not
aee any propriety In the term (pf
I met honi* P’val good fellow* at
Colorado Spring* and soon after ntf.arrival fhere was eiiierielnod
» perty
at sapper
At the table opposite me
**t Mark Dvsoman. who bad ertd«tly been long enongh la tbe cwontry t*
be entirely csreleo* of bis drtea. tW.
tMiwngh from bis language end Ms
manners It wu* *a*y to see that be
was tt l*a«t fsirly well bred and *d
nested, h* wse dreesed In IF*
boots and woolen sbln of tM*
to say nothing of tbe revolver add
tridg«e strapped to his waist
a pair of cold gray cyso with mlu
hrowa over them and woee t pefpetnal
neering expression 00 bis (see.
I
mentioned bsvttig cBobed the lUOseOTH. lu SwItaerlBDd Dykeniae’s aueer

t

rienMfled.
^d yon -go op tenderfoot ftyM."
te asked. Trtth s Io( of men to boid
yoQ op with a rope aud cot yonr *tv*
for yuu. or did ,voa do It yotraeJfT''
ONDERFUL ECZEMA CURE,
I confess,! was Irritated when I reur iltUe boy bad eesema tor B ■: writes N, A- Adams, Henriet- pUed:
“Oh. the Marterborn It not t
•a.
"Two of our home d
rilmbed like tbese bills about here
the case was hopeless, his . _
being affected.
We then *fflplar*«
mountain."
*
other doctors but no benefit reaultad.
“1 don’t doubt." he retorted, “tbs
By chance
----—
aace we read aboat BecUic
tnountBln. tml a steep one. 1 only
BItle ; bought a bottle and mm* no- doobt your sblllty aa a climber."
Uced ImprovemenL
We obfitteued
Tm going up fTke'* peak lomorI medicine until
several
bottle*
>w," I aald. endeavoring to apeak
be«n used, wbm our boy ««•
>»Mn a show of cboler. “I tkltl
iU .blood rilmb tt alone."
“Do you know lb# wayT'
"Never wae on tire mountain In my
Oo.
60c.
fe.’’
“And you couBlrter ynarself able to
_o to the top wltblu a reasonablt
Pin Money.
OmeT’
Pins were sti.-L expensive lomles
-I do,"
that every lady louged to be tbe gswad
Tut manr be *Mi1*d. “Toc re 00
isor of a few. and her own prlUmber. Tou’r* a tenderfoot"
allownnn. n-ni called hw pin
-rn bet yon." I retorted, losing my
r, n vt-r.i shrewd Indication of
raotkm. "that I climb tbe mountain
.anner In which tbe chief part of
alone and In a reasonable ilme-whal
» spent. A gift of pins wu aL
ssenable rime I* to be fixed by tbe
ways eagerly welromed and highly
ibeirs of this party, you and I ex­
pnied, sine* the earlier altaruHv*
cepted."
had been hut a tpeelee of <
"What do yon take me fori Do yon
ttiiek Tm here to make a (fif* bet with
* tenderfooi to get his money nnI. S Joyce. 180 Sullivan st
talriyl I know a blind man tbit can
riaremont. N H.. writea:
“About a
Mat you on a race."
year ago 1 bought twp bottles of Fo“Blind T’
ley's Kidney Cure. It cured mb of a
“Stone blind.
I'M bet you 8100 be
severe case of kidney trotibl* ot sev­
eral years standing. It eertalnly Is a SB cUffib to tbe top of Fike's peak
ventlon, Julius Johnson' altenate
K GriOib.

grand, good medicine, and I haaitUff
recommend IL“
Mw
a. E. Wall * 80M.

aiWr than 700."
*e«iH to
Jk»th*t.wouli

WEDNESDAY, MAY n

ME. C. P. YALKtt msom m CKAT
.

I
Bealdes her had been uu athlete.'va soldla' End a

husband and two sons she leaves

I. C. B. A. and

9rAKT1N6 HffONDAY. HAY 13TH

[OriflnaLJ
1 confess that when 1
redo to look up niinlng .

S.'ua'etaTy and treaBurer. J. N. Marinek.

Find the Point of ConUeL
Tbe Bible school Is the focallzatlon

lane’s Fmnfly
Medldne

B. Lyons, paased away ai Harper bos-

Hook and I-adder Co. held annual
day school be classed as heathenish,
meeting last nightBible school he liked. The latter
Foreman, W, H. Orillltb.
he hoped would come to be used
Assistant foreman, Julius Jobnsem.
crally.

and

The bert cure for
bad breath is s

No. 12, 3.|8 pe rcent fat aad 13.2 per

Mr*. Francis Lyons, wife of EMward

said savored of the Jewish terra; Sun­

finding the. point of contact of each

u. m. DEfboarroRY.

Trav*

habit of speak,

you would looking at a map of (he

ing

lEO IN DETROIT.

Presbyterian and BapUst friends and

yie olhera of younger people,
the Bible and as wide a view of It

DONT PAY ALIMONY.
4 per cent fat and 13-2 per
To b« divorced from your appendix.
There will be no occulon for It If
No 6. 4 per cent fst and 13 per cent you keep yonr bowels regolar with
Dr. King’s New Life Pills. Their 1
solid
tlon Ir so gatle that the *ppen(!
No. 7. 4 per cent fat and 12.6 per
never Itas ouse to msJte (he .1*1
cent solid.
complriiiL OosTUtaed by BL B. H'
No. 10. 4 4 per cent tat and 13A ler, a. B. XMi A Bon* ud Johntem
Drug Oo.
fee. Try them.
per cent solid.
No.

crow.l present and then said that his
w-cre

3, 5 per rent fat and 13.6

went to him and-spoke. He didn't bear
ms. I woke him up. .
•’Well." Usald. “who wonr
•Tve won."
He reached out for bit revolver,
wblcb he had laid aside, and I nottted
that be was obliged to-feel for IL H*
wu •ton* blind.
RUPERT BEECHER.

cent solid.

ing of the Sabbath school, which be

Training Classes.
Mr.

School aasocla-

ufwn the subject, "The

(ilhcrs

No

he loiproved by troatment but instead

The l!cv. Mr. laockhart made an an
ii.innccmett In regard to E. K. War

The address

poets,

N... 2. 3.6 per cent fat and 12.6 per
rent solid.

hoping (hat Mrs. Lyons' health would

rcB i.l Three Oaks, who is in route to
J. W

samples of milk which be has tested:

from there they went U the boeplla:

J. W. Miller.

following report on

solid.

Seven Essentials of Bible Hour.

the matter.

certain

D1II WBI iSPITIl

Uasion,

and the meeting was a very profltabln

makes Ibe

-Vo 4. 4 per cent fat and 13 per cent

Lived In

held Ih.s( night, was largely J^ded
one.

C. R. DOCKERAVS REPORT
era.>

rent solld.

MRS. FRANCIS LYONS TO BE BUR

deal of Incompetency rather than this.
Bcbool

conducted by Mr

on to he given the atata assodailon
by

the Sunday

was Interestingly
Dowling.

that boys and girls arc quick to

Ing aa that of

ents adjourned to the basement of the
ehurch, where a teachers' eonferenec

Superinlendent temperance depart,
ment, C. H. Estes.

the county.

-MHlnctJuF <b“ cootert for taking an
uhtalr adi-aniiige of BAtniriger. Surely
Hand." wticb ooei«* tf after having Is-ru staneO right I

A Cheerful Play.
"The Hidden

Meat and Milk Inspector^'. R. DockA brief song aervlce followed, after

Primary siiperiiilendelit, Mrs. J
Mllliken.
department, Mrs. .1, U Gibbs,

strength in knowledge."
Aim to be Pupils' Ideal.

had w* tanke -op to

to the Grafid opera bouse Wednt

songs, ■

»

baa passed both branches of tbe leg

of

the etoetloc of

commissioner* f« the vjdtmtarr re­
lief department of the Pennsylvania

ptrt

. Tb* next morning we met tt an ap|>oli}tod rendezToua.
Dykeman waa
theta and a good nap bad evidently
tak^ twa.r bis. dMiw<ltton to uunt
ma. for ^ treated me vqp^ civilly
I
velalT enflescotril td aiscover from tbe
kooks of others of tbe party wbether
they conaldered (be poa|t*l In a asrl001 light or not tod timde some re8uH4 to draw tbem out. hot every
mkg'aeemed to hav* bottled bimtelf
■poo tbe sMJect. and l .gm no uUsCactl^ Th# nmpire permitted each
peri# who was to Jotn In tbe race to
t»k* 'po*lUon wherever be liked, pro
vUsdhe FAB la sifdit. (he umpDeknd
I b^ In the eeatsr. Tbea at Ibe
firing of a ravolrar wv started.
I **00 foond that 1 bad beee put on
tfe.Moal route taken by tbooe who
Mtekded tbe peuk. Why this had been
4*Bet could not Imtglue. but Interred
Jta>t 8 was to give me every advaotage
Jm order that there Ehould be no w«r,Otot for blame 00 (be part of those

nlghL May 22, is one of the succees- mtt I deserved the opprohriout epitbet
one ibiug my experi­
ful melodramas of the season, which of tenderfoot,
In this day of frotb and (oily of the ence In 1-llml.ing did for ine-lt ■wns
easy for ire to deir^ the natural route
stage affords an evening's entertain­
:he period of recitation,
and
before me
oui.i oiu'e or twi.e-dld 1
ment which appeal* to all tevers of
pared the bringing of the quarterly to
delay in seleriiug (b<- Iw-t ground to go
all that lE best In dramatic arc
over, and not once was 1 obliged to re­ I tha toed he eats aa the athlete dasa,'
class as reasonable as it would be to
piece Is one of thoee dramaUe stories trace m.v vic|.«, 1 sn> in f;iirly good there would be for leaa of aickneaa and
set pots and pans In which tbe meal
suffering In thla worlA
Among athletes tbe food value ef
■was cooked on the dining room Uble in which the people portray a plain eondltion. with a springy -icp, I knew
hole wheat Is revegnUed. They h***
country folk, alyaya
so interesting ,.l.wt» iriakiiiR ib.Nl tinu'. nn.l when i
EN-ery up-to-date teacher Uaches from
•menstraled what sclentlata have Isdff
produced
on
the .,aBW tbe goal a short disluiuv nlxive me
the able and not from the quarterly when faithfully
wtk sure I would do tl>e rent In as few
stage.
"The
Hidden
Hand"
as
It
wii:
He then gave a list of things which
hoars a* any one could .b. it.
be seen here. Is said to be «o realls
the teacher should do or not do
As I appMarhed Hie liigheet point I
brain of the human body most'h*
tic that one can
almost
Imagine looked up to see If any one was there. repienithed............
ralthed If life.....
and
. perfect streoffth
The Offering.
1 fell 1
The firth element It the offering oneself sniffing Ibe ozone of the Blue Not a person wae In eight
...........................ound la HaltaHe ol)Jected to It being called rollec- Ridge mountains, and listening to the thrill Of pleasure at haring punished Whitt .........
imlng *a pepwquaint manner* of speech of tbe peo­ Dykeman for hl« lucirllitr and pushed Vita, and If la fast becomi
ilrfti and gave hlf reasons.
iar among ether people as It tong baa
ple. both white and black, of Old Vir­ 00 till 1 stoo<I on what I at first tfaoiighi been
...................
Ths Surprise.
ginia
rnces 25, 35, 50 and 75c. Seat waa the tniumlt. but Elanclng asUe
The "Seventh essenllsl 1= the
saw
that
1
needed
to
g.>
a
little
higher.
prise
He wanted the superlnlendeni sale Tuesday. May 21. at box office.
Then for the Ural time
to have a surprise
every
Sunday
Romelhing different, new

need lo have a working knowledge of

He will

Tbe election 1s for

bmMR^s

He told

He said there was a great need of

those who are already teachers,

meaaure tor bla approval.

7 that *a.electlOB will be held May 28.

nust bring them with ttiem. during

Serretury. M. Barney.

compllsblng.

nsenta regarding tbe claims

>ften wasted by Uklnp reports and

Treastfrer. A. M. Wlllobee.

However, there Is plenty ol teachers' training ciaases In bis Sun
time yet to make all the changes nee day school and What they were ac

KSld to be willing to listen to argn

“nme la too

■nrst to be better men and women,

mate.

H

the reflet fund of electral division No.

He said he would give

ing whatever interfere,

wish to be bolter,' the speaker said

"In two ways they

celebration.

advisement.

cal G. R. * I. depot to membei

Oft important, which is study the
Word of God-

yicc president, Rev. G. E. l.orkharl.

wish to he better.

eseary to Insure a big and succesiful

pealing tbe mortgage tax law, which

to

of officers then followed, the Rfv. G

every Icacbcr Is sure al some lime

Bume of the winter sports and eubBil

the bill

added

llepciris of eommltiees and election

present workerti and teachers, as be

lived, then you have the setting, and

Governor Warner has

reports from

tiui'-d liy

tt Is an easy task to prepare the les

discuss the matter ibta evening.

one-minute

rtunda.v schools.

ibe aficrnooo and gave an excelleni

by cutting out

The board of trade will

A notice has been podtetf jA.the lo­

III to sit on their quarterlies If they

est and iinnibent was shown, also new

Better Teachers.
Rev. n. Cochlln was tbe speaker

publtRhed, arranged (or a Fourth

tullng those adapted to a warm cll

EjUloign otben won to start from
Os )^ .«f FJMa’a n*ak t}i« n^ mom^
ra^

uting Emhlofid -

Study of the Word of God.

•ecords during this period.

ducted the devotlonals.

July eelebraUoo In Traverse City may
have to be changed

the

111 tH-nrl,\ every case growth In Inler-

that such an Investment wguld prove

From present Indications It Is quite

Biting

lown^hlps were next listened to. and

song

we believe

a paying

better

District ReperU.
Thrvemlnute reports from the diairlcls and

tbe

I be will doubtless succeet
paper.
difficulty Sunday schools have to meet
in raising the amount required before
Is to get teachers, any kind in fact,
night.
whether trained or not. '’They give
It Is to be hoped that the'plan will many excuses, but when one honestly
mature and the road be bullL

TesiameuL

leaeher lo study the particular

wblcb the Rev. Platt of Kingsley o

"Tbe second point, tbe better equip­
The
ment of the mind le where teacbere'
report training comes into hand." the speak.
would be the payment of this engineer (T said. "Teachers feel they need to
(or hie time and expeneca, whicb
know the Bible better." be continued
secure this Mr, L. K. Gibbs started

-T’iinarf&ss'ki,, ,.

burg to Repiiii^t C^b-

to this part of the work and let noth­

ebarge of

this

estimated would be alwut $20fi.

lERB FOR

VOLUNTARY JItLIEF DEPT.

•'WerwhlP-

The tUrd Btsantlal is worship. Un­
der thla ho jiBfiT^ the anltormJty ol
prayer In wtteb one nhonld **saiM
or atUtnde of Teverenoe.. Til* aeoond point under this
— thet th* vnsm should be made
'>y the saporlnteDdent because be
knows God better than anyone else
and becstais be kno»» U>8 school.
Third, be btted In IW«r- He then
told of the kaigeet and the aborteat
prayer In Ae Hhla In which he be­
lieved tbe prayer of the women. "Ixtrd
Help Me.” bad more effect than the
long prayer ot King Bolomon. The
fourth p<dnt was the eplrttual part
and revereoen.
Mttsie.
The fouTtb eeeentiel he said U
e. He noted plenty of Mnglng
booke In the Sunday echool and want­
ed the hoys tp have them, and not the
girls alone.” He advocated ringing
ore of tbe standard hymns and not
> much ringlDg to k-ill time, as Is
« often done.

not 1*88 than 30 minutes of tbe hour

of (be local Evangelical church,

plth'.SA faaUbls iwm that the invest
secure

Nuhemlah.

If this outline be followed

bands and getting better acquainted

roeht would prove a paying one.
to

Period —Daniel.

Bxra

was held yesterday afternoon

It U understood that Chica

'“xpense

Period-Moses, Aaron. Josh

TO CHOBE COM

The fifth essenOal he said li

teacher.
ThlseuM^'te BBOa
I stand ready
IJi IbiBi^i
'fHchers' training «
k ttf the entire oort.'TWffii^ partmenL but by close oommunJ.
rSelr engineer after visiting us
wlth God.”
making an Investigation, reports the
Better Equipment of the Mind.

only

Period—Adam. Enoch. Noah.

Fourth Period — Saul. David, Solo-

codvod

iloD-o( 100 members—one from each

In each period you see

the two classes of people, soldiers and

Thoae Present-Better

Neither

peclally as It is not of so partisan

lo Birth of

ADDRESSES Christ, 606 B. C. to A. D.
He went further to show that three
ARE BEING MADE. GIVING
great men could be grouped
HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS
period. "Men make bistoo'. 1

sdME

iheni arc pertecL biii o( the two t
prefer that passdd by the Senate, c

Exo­

menl of Monarchy, H9l to 1096

The Rev. C. C. Glbaon, the new pastor

log (or a

He divided

riods as follows:

Buckeye stale.

an Ideal for the Pupllt Were Ti

The House has passed a bill provld

diagram and

Senator Poraker at the present time all Jewish bistorr Into six great pe­

COWINQ EVENTS.

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION

a

in the Repabllcan chmp in Ohio be­ classification of bow tbe Old Testa.

First

May 13—Woek'i atand of McBwu
Ibe bypDOUat aaalated by Taoderllle
company. The Grand.
May
'Th* Hidden Hand." The
Grand.
Hay 35—"Blnebeard. Jr.." moalcaJ
comedy. The Grand.
May 30—“Girl of the stTegla." The
Grand.
Jane 1—Porter J. ^tlte in "A
uFol'a Berenee," the'Grand.
Jue 10—"Alice Sit by the Fire.’
muslea] comedy. The Grand.

HfWhit Bl IH 2f(
.gMnring clearly how
part in order.

Bible, not how to leach a parUenlar
lesson.

vrtiae I7*
a t« report any li

srsr

1907.

lave to wait vary long befor* be will frpm leetore, is In ceOfl** clsAB rocn.
>e overwhelmed with arguments and The preparation should be a tntiiiB
valid reasons why it Is his duty
foundation of the knowledge
the

McEWEN
AND BISCOkIPANY
SUPBEHS MASTER

MAGICIAN
I.S.OOI) DOLLARS INVESTEIl IN
ILLCBIGNS Al
EgCIPM

Wra. £ 0. £ ff. Wtotwdi 'i CrrW Stsry

THE
HIDDEIM

HAlbJD
MUtUmED BY BUCEMB MOORL

WOBLDTJ POBEM08T

HYPNOnST

ha.' iM-cn quoted b

HIGH cuss VAUDEVILLE
SKOAL SCENERYI

UTIIIS «Mr IT I t. I.
PRICES 10 AJMD 20c

PRICES 25, 35, 50,75c

Now Is The Time and

Here Is The Opfiortanity
Do j'ou want a bomo, free fn>m noise, free from
the annoyaDt« of otht-rs, wilh |)urt*, fresh air and
water: where )'ou can huve ail the cocDforts of a coun­
try home with tbe nearby pleasurers of city life?
If so, DOW is the time and here is the opportunity.
I still have fifty acres that I m-w offer for sale at
prices ranpioK from on. lumdrcd U) five liun.lred dol­
lars per acre and in lota ranjyinfr from city Iota to fire
or any other number of acres as may be desii<-d.
My terms are as follows: Ten per cent of purchase
price down and ten per centevery twelve nionlbs with
seven per cent interest annually on unpaid balance.
Tbese offerioKs include farm, jjanftn and fruit
land, with desirable building and*^ city lots almost in
the city limits, and is within the ability of any ener­
getic, ioduatrious person to buy.
Let tne show you this property.

3EiS. Pratt.

TDB^T, MAT 1*. 1*0T.

miEiieyE
IS TO 8K1I SUM

BOS will be Innitgumtad with Inlttnl^^«alnrT limit. whlch.,la-fUed at dMW.
ntnes at Dnloth laf Wlnnlp^,
be«a»MMNri» |tay M. e#-wW
olwi tha ragnMtW ailowlsv- but
HoushUKi and Daluth playtnc
twelve men on a team. "All towns.”
fcnner and Winnipeg and Cal*
the latter cfty. In the event ot tavois MSB Or. Glass, ••m«t comply with
thwe r^MoNew by-4he tisie seN 0<hable
loua mlahape this promlMe to be the lenrtBe they wW-be eaclpded from thw
SEASON
WILU
START WITHIN Bloat Bucoeaaful o( league
in
the
Northwest,
raaborate
pr^araTHE NEXT SIX DAYS ACCORD- .
tloo* have been coaploUd tor ee)eINQ TO RROttRAM.
brattng the openings In both pUoee,
tirades with bands, speeches by city
olBrtal* and prominent dUtena. to­ REPLACEg GRAND RAPtOG
gether with the pitching of the Eiet
SHORT SHIP-CtROUIT.
hall by tbe mayor, are among
PreNdwH ftaym Lm9«m
Ro4m Mtm erents contemplated.
r Trotter* Are Switohad on
B* Ob>y»d Many N*w Man
Dr. Percy Qlaaa, presideot-eecretary
of the Northem-Oopper
Country
ICBRue. snouncea that It Is tbe Inten­
oread Rapids Ciob.
tion of the league offldals to
three umpires during the first mooth
Detroit Mlcb.. Msy It.—WhDe the
May
Within of tbe season. To this end be faaa mthe D«xt «lity dnyt lh« Moond «inual slnicted Umpires McGraw, Kolan and outlook for the Michigan abort ship
clicuit was a litUe gloomy a
Nonbern-Copper Coumry lensue »e«^ Welsler to report on May 12days age, asmythlBg Is now all right
and there wm be 16 weeks-ot racing
in tbe state. The acaouBoeaenl or
tbe withdrawal of Grand Baptda
Tborsday wsa-a surprise, but tbe bole
hae aloce.been fllled with but a sUgbt
change In the reate of ihs parade.
LanaLw Is In and there la soioe.ooaeotatloQ In that." said Secretary R O.
Bnrgdorf. "Affalrd m that city have
be« adjusted, and the meeUng will
be held there.-bnt with the droppieg
out of Grand Rapids a change U
essary In the lAeslog date. Kalama­
zoo will hare races on the four days
ending August 2. Grand Rapld^ was
' are come next, but we wHl i
•{..aaBiGg up and race there August 6
to 9. Bay City will follow. August 13
to IE. as originally planned, and then
Alpena wll come In, taking from Au-'
gust 20 to 23. After that conies
aca. and then the state fair In
troltFor eool eeoki&E,
week sad 1
•ThlB loses one good mile track, but
gives the circuit a Ane half mile
track and a good town, for Alpenajs
quite a rxjsort town that Ume In the
Reason, and the raoea up there have
been' very well patronised In the past.'

Wim^SBDIOMWl

Kvvp
Cool,
SdVC

NEW PERFECTION
Wick Blue Hame Oil Cot^-Stove

—the ideal stove for summer. Dow eveytUnE that any otber
kind of stove will do. Any dagne of heat instandy. Made in
dsM nas and fully winintnd. At your dealer'A or write our
agency for deecripcive circular.

l^^Lamp

Utbe bow Iswptor
Mads of braw

t and bssntlfnlly
tlfnlly nickeled. PerfeeUy eon.
afer nneseelled hi H^W%Mnf
straeted; ebeelstely vfer
power; aaorBaaenttDanyroo(&.
toanyroo
Every lamp warraotsd.
ot at year dealer’^ write U
•TAHOADD OIL COMPANY

BAY CITY HARNEB8 SPORT.

awn Enthuaiastk Over Racine Out­
look this Season.

wUhont gueetton.
gboco4e Mow on aooonnt
the state half nCe
. i.gaTaral tiaea equalled In
^^•••jeara.
syndicate has purchased
itU I't, by Deooransr. asd
on tha efrenU this year.
MW. koeai horees wRI be
the green events tble year,
among-thtozi several J. T. colts.
•nii?IN KORGE8 TRAINED.

8tsr gMi^Dttrtsae

PredigM at

Ken-

Uiolty Tmok,

LexinOMh. Ky, May U.—In it
log at tt)A Kentocky TnXUog U<
Breederi^uRsoclatlon track In this city
are twin Dottere. Btar Prodigal and
Starless Rppdlgai. 8o far as can be
learned, 'thiy are the only twin trot­
ters ever tntned. They are both bays,
by Pro<hDA 2:U. dam Kathleen Rog­
ers. the dUD of Senortta. trial 2;08M
and others. With the ezoepUon of a
star In the ^bead of Btar Prodigal
asd tbe abaaooe ef the s^ on
forehead ot Surlasa Prodigal, they
perfect matdee In type, confonnaaon.
alze and ebtor.

tar, and AMb thatlt lA not omSM
the benefit of amMetir>cadng. Bo >e
sent to tbe legUlsAniy'n veto mem
If the govenwr-a view is oorreot the
bill pracUoally repealed the
aggl&st'ali kinds of prlM fliAU In the
Btate, even . agMoei tbe eld
ring flgbu withou gtovee.
Hlagtble Wrwtni
It Ib a point ef honor for anv oae
who la anybody In Ksence to sign Illegi­
bly. Bat tbe wem who hai to dedph(T hiero^ypblce is turning st last, so
cording to tbe London Tsiwtspfa.
TMr* has heee forined t Leagns of
ProteM agsliwi all lUegtHe hsodwritings and signatures, chledt those M
gevsnuneot oOWal*. Ttav motto of tbe
new soeHty u carious. -Tt beheevee
only a person who la Infirm or one wbe
dMS not hnow his ows father to Bg»
Illegibly.'' Why shenid so uowtsectalid
who (toes nni knew his own fatha*sign iHeglhiyi The league does not
answer tbe cenundrooi. ^ lbs way.
It U lm<v>avlble (o dedpber tbs oistsof tbe genilemao or pertutps Ully who
Signs tbe
e league’s
l<
n

The Lesstm of the
and the Weasel
Tto tomSkr story goes that ooco, when an eagle
jiuuutMl span a weamd and soatred with it hi^ into ttm
air. the weasel tasfewrd ita fiaogs deep into tbe eagle's breast
and comsDeoced to draw its life-blood. Tbe eagle tried to
ahetoe the weasel
but die weasel bone oo ODtil tba
eagk fcD lifdess to tbe gronnd.
'
Ibere is a moral io this Cor awaiy sofierer Cram eoagbs
or eoids. Son'! l»t your cou^h hang o«—for
every day it ’we^ena yotxr hings and gradooBy wears
Gown your syMem ontil ■enous lung troubles develop.

supply and high coat
Among the purposM for which It has
great advantaee*. but la uot likely to
be eztcnal'ely employed. Is that of pav
lag roadways, a rubber pavemMt laid
at a London railway station In 1851
was In I8u2 worn down to fire-elglnba
of an Inch lu Its tblnuesl place. Notwithainndlng the scarcity of the ma­
terial the cost wta Ism than Ihte*
tlmaa at great at tbat of wood, and Its
Ufa has been more than twenty years
Instaad of toe four yean which the
weed er aspUIt would have endured.

May 14.—Chicago and Car­
lisle will meet in football at Marshall
field next falL according to the
nooDcement made by Coach Stagg.
The gaiiir will be one of the two "big''
ooniesi» fiT the Maroons, ranking sec
ond odI.> u> the UlDoeeota contest lo
be plavBtl November 2. The Maroon- Client—Ton have nn Item lo your bUL
Indlan game will be played November •Adelee, Jan. A six aqd elgfalpencs."
That wm a day before I retained yon.
The m-» vugagemenl . practlcalty Lewyar-l know ii. bui don't yen re
coniplHte ilic five game schedule for member on the Alb I told you you'd
Chicago. All llilnofa date is assured better let me lake tbe case for ,ro«I
CHent-Ye« I.awj.-r -Well, try dear air.
and iPQUUlvp ibites exist with Indiana tbet is advice ^Tii Bits.
and Purdue. If Coach Stagg lakes
am«her oiiiside game It Is iirobnble
MV BEST FRIEND.
Purdue will he .Iropped to make i
Alexander Benton, who lives on
Rural Route No. 1. Port Edward. K.
for life contest
Coach Stage announced he bad Y.. saye: “Dr. King's New Dleoovery
la my best earthly friend. 1
cal.ed otf'the negotiations for a gnnie me of asthma six years ago.
with PcnusyU-anla. The eastei
also performed a wonderful cure ot Whave been buportunlag tbe -Manwpa cLplent conaumpUon for my eon's
>e teo
for a date since last'winter. but the wile. The tlt«t' botUe ended tbe
ushefi,
Midway authorities have not see
lo grant the request. It la believed In
the Maroon camp that Mlnneeota. Cat- log's New Dtorovery’a power over
•ogba and oolds to Mmiilv marvel­
llslef IlllaolB, Indiana M Purdue will
ous.” No other reanedy w wvar
be the final Uneup.
e,uBed It
« »w «
smsavvvsasev
WbH a Bsm bbA

DR. D. JAYNE^S
EXPECTORANT
is tbe oldest and most reliable cragb remedy known. Por77
yews it baa been successful in relieving and curing Coughs,
Colds,
Pleurisy, f«Rn»vwTiafww< g(
X.tU)gs,
Croup and Wbooptng Coogtk It is sold ^ all druggists
iDFL00,50c.SDd35&boctle«. Get it'lor your coo^ today.

Me A Mburtewb

*f» fast ttm* for an express train
a ixuing auio. but the bow] of a
cream xepxratoi mu.vt run
f evealastertodo itswotk.The

Bay City, kUeh.. Hay 14.—The Ear
City Driving Chib has now one of the
finest bait mile trseka In the state. New York State la Nbw Opened by
Gov. Hughes.
The track baa been reaurtoced. the
. sad
U4 pi...
us. UM u
Albany. N. T_ May 14.-Goveroor aeUon
lurne have been praetieally lebullt
arable to vtolant
violent pwaatli
pmcptlTen. soch _ _
It Is believed that If anything Mke Hughes has pnt away Senator Jim I'rcrarahle
“•t tha
M.
Prawley's
boxing
bill lo a single blow.
usual conteait coine oS during this
at B.
year's meeting state half mile records Mo declurfes that the measure went too
Sons.'

LOCAL AOENFS
FARMERS’ SUPPLY CO,

TRAvnsB cnr.

perfectly balanced thu it
uket EtOe etreogth
tndteep it nmalng.
Itgetsahthacieain:

tnontha. If joaown
only Ikjae’cowx and
«

* >

J. LALONE,

arvoPex.
ELOCK, BOOM
4

TRAVERSE CITY, R«1CH.

The B»mati & Lay Merc^^^le ConHiaay
_Oar SlorclaOlvUcd Into
Carpet and Crockary Olvlalon.
Dry Ocoda Oiwiaioo.
Hardware Dlvlalett.
Book and Stauonery Division,

Furniture Olvisten.
Grocery Division.
Clothing

Division.

Clook and Garment Ssetlon.
Piano and Organ SsoUon.
Sewing Machins Section,
candy Saotlon.
Bicycle

..XLie

Swell Dresser

Shoa Dlvlalon.
Drug Division.

Wh© adopU attractive Clothing, the cultured dresser who appreciates genteel stylish
ness, the JRBlness man who favors the practical sorts, and the laboring man who seeks sturdhieas bi'Clottalng are sure to find the Clothes of bis sort .right here.

Section.

Drapery Motion.

^

SUtlonery Section.
Lace Curtain and Shade Section.
Picture Framing Section.
Legal Blank SecUen.
Cut Claaa Section.
Wall Paper Section.
Toy and Game Section.
Lumber and Shinglea ssotlen.
Coal SacUon.
Scboei Book Section.

Wc Want You to See the

^Ired BeEqamin Co.’s Cli^ioig
Tlie A.cKnowle<SQe<l Lea<Ser of IVfen’s Ready^-to-Wear
Clotting. We.St\ow me Greatest >4.ssort'ment
ol me Season.

Ci^ksry and Glassware Section.
Carpet and Linoleum Section.
Orein and Feed Section.
Paint and Oil Section.
Farm Implement Section.

Fancy Goods Section.
BIMe and Book Section.
Tablet and Paper Section.
Broome and Brush Section.
Patent Medicine. SecUotb
Perfumery and Soap Ssotlen.
Smokers- Goode SeeUen.
Jewelry Section.
Ribbon and Laos BeeUoiL
Buggy and Wagon SecUen.
Silk and Glove Section.
Men's Furnishing SecUon.
Children's Clothing SecUoiw
Maeen’e«ultderia Shppllea Sec.
Granite and Tlnwape DecUen.
Coroet and fitting Bwtl^
SporUng Oeoda Section.
Prowrlptlon Soetlon.
Steve SeeUen.
Peeui Card SSfiUen.
Trunk Soottoa.
HodiMT SMtton.

Beat Bwppllee Section.
FrMh Frxrit SccUcn.
pepw Pattern BceUon.
Hat and Cap Sceticik
Mtotog'pnd HoMng SheUM.

THE *»ST. CtEGlS**
A 34 ioch coat with a flare-boUom, four button, bias euff, pants cut full peg with cuff
at bottom—just the thing for young men. Made in checks and plain weavcti, and
priosd at

$15, a«. $17.50, $20. $22
THE »'CAJVIPUS” COAT
33 inches long, plain ouff, partly fitting fona. Panto aade full peg, plain bottom.
Thia is also made in checks and plain weaTee.

Prices $1«, $1740^ $18. $20, $22 and $25
THE «INfUSAC”
bati coat 32 inobes long, three buttons, loose rjoU; iaif pegjianta-a mighty nobby
suit at
'
^
I - ■

$12. $15, $16.50. $18, $20 and $25
Tlie Alfred Benjamin Cp-’s Clotliino
We are.Bbowing aU tbe fancy WoTBteds,
made ia tbe iBoetpDpttlar p.eYaiUng’.oofofMBd

.BteeSen^eaud figured Serges.

|j|f5$22. $25. $30 and $35

micb.

.National Cream
SeparMor

TDB^T, MAT 1*. 1*0T.

miEiieyE
IS TO 8K1I SUM

BOS will be Innitgumtad with Inlttnl^^«alnrT limit. whlch.,la-fUed at dMW.
ntnes at Dnloth laf Wlnnlp^,
be«a»MMNri» |tay M. e#-wW
olwi tha ragnMtW ailowlsv- but
HoushUKi and Daluth playtnc
twelve men on a team. "All towns.”
fcnner and Winnipeg and Cal*
the latter cfty. In the event ot tavois MSB Or. Glass, ••m«t comply with
thwe r^MoNew by-4he tisie seN 0<hable
loua mlahape this promlMe to be the lenrtBe they wW-be eaclpded from thw
SEASON
WILU
START WITHIN Bloat Bucoeaaful o( league
in
the
Northwest,
raaborate
pr^araTHE NEXT SIX DAYS ACCORD- .
tloo* have been coaploUd tor ee)eINQ TO RROttRAM.
brattng the openings In both pUoee,
tirades with bands, speeches by city
olBrtal* and prominent dUtena. to­ REPLACEg GRAND RAPtOG
gether with the pitching of the Eiet
SHORT SHIP-CtROUIT.
hall by tbe mayor, are among
PreNdwH ftaym Lm9«m
Ro4m Mtm erents contemplated.
r Trotter* Are Switohad on
B* Ob>y»d Many N*w Man
Dr. Percy Qlaaa, presideot-eecretary
of the Northem-Oopper
Country
ICBRue. snouncea that It Is tbe Inten­
oread Rapids Ciob.
tion of the league offldals to
three umpires during the first mooth
Detroit Mlcb.. Msy It.—WhDe the
May
Within of tbe season. To this end be faaa mthe D«xt «lity dnyt lh« Moond «inual slnicted Umpires McGraw, Kolan and outlook for the Michigan abort ship
clicuit was a litUe gloomy a
Nonbern-Copper Coumry lensue »e«^ Welsler to report on May 12days age, asmythlBg Is now all right
and there wm be 16 weeks-ot racing
in tbe state. The acaouBoeaenl or
tbe withdrawal of Grand Baptda
Tborsday wsa-a surprise, but tbe bole
hae aloce.been fllled with but a sUgbt
change In the reate of ihs parade.
LanaLw Is In and there la soioe.ooaeotatloQ In that." said Secretary R O.
Bnrgdorf. "Affalrd m that city have
be« adjusted, and the meeUng will
be held there.-bnt with the droppieg
out of Grand Rapids a change U
essary In the lAeslog date. Kalama­
zoo will hare races on the four days
ending August 2. Grand Rapld^ was
' are come next, but we wHl i
•{..aaBiGg up and race there August 6
to 9. Bay City will follow. August 13
to IE. as originally planned, and then
Alpena wll come In, taking from Au-'
gust 20 to 23. After that conies
aca. and then the state fair In
troltFor eool eeoki&E,
week sad 1
•ThlB loses one good mile track, but
gives the circuit a Ane half mile
track and a good town, for Alpenajs
quite a rxjsort town that Ume In the
Reason, and the raoea up there have
been' very well patronised In the past.'

Wim^SBDIOMWl

Kvvp
Cool,
SdVC

NEW PERFECTION
Wick Blue Hame Oil Cot^-Stove

—the ideal stove for summer. Dow eveytUnE that any otber
kind of stove will do. Any dagne of heat instandy. Made in
dsM nas and fully winintnd. At your dealer'A or write our
agency for deecripcive circular.

l^^Lamp

Utbe bow Iswptor
Mads of braw

t and bssntlfnlly
tlfnlly nickeled. PerfeeUy eon.
afer nneseelled hi H^W%Mnf
straeted; ebeelstely vfer
power; aaorBaaenttDanyroo(&.
toanyroo
Every lamp warraotsd.
ot at year dealer’^ write U
•TAHOADD OIL COMPANY

BAY CITY HARNEB8 SPORT.

awn Enthuaiastk Over Racine Out­
look this Season.

wUhont gueetton.
gboco4e Mow on aooonnt
the state half nCe
. i.gaTaral tiaea equalled In
^^•••jeara.
syndicate has purchased
itU I't, by Deooransr. asd
on tha efrenU this year.
MW. koeai horees wRI be
the green events tble year,
among-thtozi several J. T. colts.
•nii?IN KORGE8 TRAINED.

8tsr gMi^Dttrtsae

PredigM at

Ken-

Uiolty Tmok,

LexinOMh. Ky, May U.—In it
log at tt)A Kentocky TnXUog U<
Breederi^uRsoclatlon track In this city
are twin Dottere. Btar Prodigal and
Starless Rppdlgai. 8o far as can be
learned, 'thiy are the only twin trot­
ters ever tntned. They are both bays,
by Pro<hDA 2:U. dam Kathleen Rog­
ers. the dUD of Senortta. trial 2;08M
and others. With the ezoepUon of a
star In the ^bead of Btar Prodigal
asd tbe abaaooe ef the s^ on
forehead ot Surlasa Prodigal, they
perfect matdee In type, confonnaaon.
alze and ebtor.

tar, and AMb thatlt lA not omSM
the benefit of amMetir>cadng. Bo >e
sent to tbe legUlsAniy'n veto mem
If the govenwr-a view is oorreot the
bill pracUoally repealed the
aggl&st'ali kinds of prlM fliAU In the
Btate, even . agMoei tbe eld
ring flgbu withou gtovee.
Hlagtble Wrwtni
It Ib a point ef honor for anv oae
who la anybody In Ksence to sign Illegi­
bly. Bat tbe wem who hai to dedph(T hiero^ypblce is turning st last, so
cording to tbe London Tsiwtspfa.
TMr* has heee forined t Leagns of
ProteM agsliwi all lUegtHe hsodwritings and signatures, chledt those M
gevsnuneot oOWal*. Ttav motto of tbe
new soeHty u carious. -Tt beheevee
only a person who la Infirm or one wbe
dMS not hnow his ows father to Bg»
Illegibly.'' Why shenid so uowtsectalid
who (toes nni knew his own fatha*sign iHeglhiyi The league does not
answer tbe cenundrooi. ^ lbs way.
It U lm<v>avlble (o dedpber tbs oistsof tbe genilemao or pertutps Ully who
Signs tbe
e league’s
l<
n

The Lesstm of the
and the Weasel
Tto tomSkr story goes that ooco, when an eagle
jiuuutMl span a weamd and soatred with it hi^ into ttm
air. the weasel tasfewrd ita fiaogs deep into tbe eagle's breast
and comsDeoced to draw its life-blood. Tbe eagle tried to
ahetoe the weasel
but die weasel bone oo ODtil tba
eagk fcD lifdess to tbe gronnd.
'
Ibere is a moral io this Cor awaiy sofierer Cram eoagbs
or eoids. Son'! l»t your cou^h hang o«—for
every day it ’we^ena yotxr hings and gradooBy wears
Gown your syMem ontil ■enous lung troubles develop.

supply and high coat
Among the purposM for which It has
great advantaee*. but la uot likely to
be eztcnal'ely employed. Is that of pav
lag roadways, a rubber pavemMt laid
at a London railway station In 1851
was In I8u2 worn down to fire-elglnba
of an Inch lu Its tblnuesl place. Notwithainndlng the scarcity of the ma­
terial the cost wta Ism than Ihte*
tlmaa at great at tbat of wood, and Its
Ufa has been more than twenty years
Instaad of toe four yean which the
weed er aspUIt would have endured.

May 14.—Chicago and Car­
lisle will meet in football at Marshall
field next falL according to the
nooDcement made by Coach Stagg.
The gaiiir will be one of the two "big''
ooniesi» fiT the Maroons, ranking sec
ond odI.> u> the UlDoeeota contest lo
be plavBtl November 2. The Maroon- Client—Ton have nn Item lo your bUL
Indlan game will be played November •Adelee, Jan. A six aqd elgfalpencs."
That wm a day before I retained yon.
The m-» vugagemenl . practlcalty Lewyar-l know ii. bui don't yen re
coniplHte ilic five game schedule for member on the Alb I told you you'd
Chicago. All llilnofa date is assured better let me lake tbe case for ,ro«I
CHent-Ye« I.awj.-r -Well, try dear air.
and iPQUUlvp ibites exist with Indiana tbet is advice ^Tii Bits.
and Purdue. If Coach Stagg lakes
am«her oiiiside game It Is iirobnble
MV BEST FRIEND.
Purdue will he .Iropped to make i
Alexander Benton, who lives on
Rural Route No. 1. Port Edward. K.
for life contest
Coach Stage announced he bad Y.. saye: “Dr. King's New Dleoovery
la my best earthly friend. 1
cal.ed otf'the negotiations for a gnnie me of asthma six years ago.
with PcnusyU-anla. The eastei
also performed a wonderful cure ot Whave been buportunlag tbe -Manwpa cLplent conaumpUon for my eon's
>e teo
for a date since last'winter. but the wile. The tlt«t' botUe ended tbe
ushefi,
Midway authorities have not see
lo grant the request. It la believed In
the Maroon camp that Mlnneeota. Cat- log's New Dtorovery’a power over
•ogba and oolds to Mmiilv marvel­
llslef IlllaolB, Indiana M Purdue will
ous.” No other reanedy w wvar
be the final Uneup.
e,uBed It
« »w «
smsavvvsasev
WbH a Bsm bbA

DR. D. JAYNE^S
EXPECTORANT
is tbe oldest and most reliable cragb remedy known. Por77
yews it baa been successful in relieving and curing Coughs,
Colds,
Pleurisy, f«Rn»vwTiafww< g(
X.tU)gs,
Croup and Wbooptng Coogtk It is sold ^ all druggists
iDFL00,50c.SDd35&boctle«. Get it'lor your coo^ today.

Me A Mburtewb

*f» fast ttm* for an express train
a ixuing auio. but the bow] of a
cream xepxratoi mu.vt run
f evealastertodo itswotk.The

Bay City, kUeh.. Hay 14.—The Ear
City Driving Chib has now one of the
finest bait mile trseka In the state. New York State la Nbw Opened by
Gov. Hughes.
The track baa been reaurtoced. the
. sad
U4 pi...
us. UM u
Albany. N. T_ May 14.-Goveroor aeUon
lurne have been praetieally lebullt
arable to vtolant
violent pwaatli
pmcptlTen. soch _ _
It Is believed that If anything Mke Hughes has pnt away Senator Jim I'rcrarahle
“•t tha
M.
Prawley's
boxing
bill lo a single blow.
usual conteait coine oS during this
at B.
year's meeting state half mile records Mo declurfes that the measure went too
Sons.'

LOCAL AOENFS
FARMERS’ SUPPLY CO,

TRAvnsB cnr.

perfectly balanced thu it
uket EtOe etreogth
tndteep it nmalng.
Itgetsahthacieain:

tnontha. If joaown
only Ikjae’cowx and
«

* >

J. LALONE,

arvoPex.
ELOCK, BOOM
4

TRAVERSE CITY, R«1CH.

The B»mati & Lay Merc^^^le ConHiaay
_Oar SlorclaOlvUcd Into
Carpet and Crockary Olvlalon.
Dry Ocoda Oiwiaioo.
Hardware Dlvlalett.
Book and Stauonery Division,

Furniture Olvisten.
Grocery Division.
Clothing

Division.

Clook and Garment Ssetlon.
Piano and Organ SsoUon.
Sewing Machins Section,
candy Saotlon.
Bicycle

..XLie

Swell Dresser

Shoa Dlvlalon.
Drug Division.

Wh© adopU attractive Clothing, the cultured dresser who appreciates genteel stylish
ness, the JRBlness man who favors the practical sorts, and the laboring man who seeks sturdhieas bi'Clottalng are sure to find the Clothes of bis sort .right here.

Section.

Drapery Motion.

^

SUtlonery Section.
Lace Curtain and Shade Section.
Picture Framing Section.
Legal Blank SecUen.
Cut Claaa Section.
Wall Paper Section.
Toy and Game Section.
Lumber and Shinglea ssotlen.
Coal SacUon.
Scboei Book Section.

Wc Want You to See the

^Ired BeEqamin Co.’s Cli^ioig
Tlie A.cKnowle<SQe<l Lea<Ser of IVfen’s Ready^-to-Wear
Clotting. We.St\ow me Greatest >4.ssort'ment
ol me Season.

Ci^ksry and Glassware Section.
Carpet and Linoleum Section.
Orein and Feed Section.
Paint and Oil Section.
Farm Implement Section.

Fancy Goods Section.
BIMe and Book Section.
Tablet and Paper Section.
Broome and Brush Section.
Patent Medicine. SecUotb
Perfumery and Soap Ssotlen.
Smokers- Goode SeeUen.
Jewelry Section.
Ribbon and Laos BeeUoiL
Buggy and Wagon SecUen.
Silk and Glove Section.
Men's Furnishing SecUon.
Children's Clothing SecUoiw
Maeen’e«ultderia Shppllea Sec.
Granite and Tlnwape DecUen.
Coroet and fitting Bwtl^
SporUng Oeoda Section.
Prowrlptlon Soetlon.
Steve SeeUen.
Peeui Card SSfiUen.
Trunk Soottoa.
HodiMT SMtton.

Beat Bwppllee Section.
FrMh Frxrit SccUcn.
pepw Pattern BceUon.
Hat and Cap Sceticik
Mtotog'pnd HoMng SheUM.

THE *»ST. CtEGlS**
A 34 ioch coat with a flare-boUom, four button, bias euff, pants cut full peg with cuff
at bottom—just the thing for young men. Made in checks and plain weavcti, and
priosd at

$15, a«. $17.50, $20. $22
THE »'CAJVIPUS” COAT
33 inches long, plain ouff, partly fitting fona. Panto aade full peg, plain bottom.
Thia is also made in checks and plain weaTee.

Prices $1«, $1740^ $18. $20, $22 and $25
THE «INfUSAC”
bati coat 32 inobes long, three buttons, loose rjoU; iaif pegjianta-a mighty nobby
suit at
'
^
I - ■

$12. $15, $16.50. $18, $20 and $25
Tlie Alfred Benjamin Cp-’s Clotliino
We are.Bbowing aU tbe fancy WoTBteds,
made ia tbe iBoetpDpttlar p.eYaiUng’.oofofMBd

.BteeSen^eaud figured Serges.

|j|f5$22. $25. $30 and $35

micb.

.National Cream
SeparMor

THE DAIU EiOtE. TUESDAY, 1^*1*. .»««■ -----

TBC

LOST

MAN

Om onataf a
«une Into « Nmt
t«k fwtanrut aad tat 4o«b •»fotfte aiMtbw duUL
Daittnr tha Dawconar aald.
‘^aU. Holtewvr- aald tta «tbar.
"I tbooffct yon ware daad.”
*Ve I atn. ao far at yon’ra coaceniad.
Wbo'd hare thoocht yon’d tan
9 Itarar
Taa. 'wbat locki
I tboacbt Kaw
7a*t waa Mf aaoacb to tarn timad

• aaadat ba afraid of ma. Fm tMt
■eta* btek eat Oara, aod tf yea arer
da rfl treabla yea to kaap t atlll
taafoa Ton DdedDn aay yon taw tna
DMamtaodr
-Oh. yaa.- aald tba other nth. "Bot
1- don't bank moSh on roIbc back toyaatr. Td about Blck of tbit aoaatJT. T
OonTt Mama yon for waotlsc to keep
ant Bnt I aty. that waa a fmmy
thing, your dropping oot tha way yon
«d. Ererybody tblnka yooTa dead or
iooa and ibnt up aoioawbara.
They
bad BO end of a tima looking for yoodnggad ttia river.
V-I waa down la Uazloo. How long
age did you leare Oallf- Bag yonr
gardoni I withdraw tba qMatioB no*
taaa tt bappeoi to ba--Oh. It doean-t matter. I left
,
Baatba ago. Pm only bare foi^-for a
. few daya—]uat pasting throagh.**
"Taat Left aaa: irt two.
yaaii alnra I cams away.
Do you
new what tbit remlndt ma of? Two
hmytag thapea. don't yon know.
Maii't land met each other faea to
fcat aaty awkward aomadmas—and
bade each othar ■taad.”
*<ogBdt Uka footpads.- nggaatad
Tfo: !ria poetry. Well, they tsksd
aath etber's nams’'Bara tbs two dsd lookad at om anotbar, and Iba harrena ate broka into
a flgfls.
“Exactly.
We won't do that" He
aovttad hit glau aad set It dm.
*n%ay ean thia ttnff Callfotnla claret."
ba aald. "Look bare, don’t you want
•ana nawar
'^fawsT" Tba gnlet maa bllnfcad tn•wtalaly for a momant and than aald:
"Tm, I auppoaa aa. What U ItF
-Wall. I maant— Too know Sharplaaa la mayor now.
We got tdm la
laat year, and it waa the biggest fight
tta town ever taw. Jim lAka got tha
otty anorueyablp.
Ha'a in tha new
Ttty hall, with relret carpets aad baad
painted aplttoone. Oh, the boya are all
fight.
Aad yon wouldn't know th
plaea-briok biocka going up ww^
wbera and cable can on Mata atraat'
Tha qnlet mao bagan to aat bit
•pairew and ttrtngy salad
gaaa so," ba aald
“Al
"A»d.
say- Well, of coarse trt
ad my bnalnosa. I anppoaa yea bear
CNd out there anyway."
"Mot a word," aald the qnlat man.
“Bnt go ahead If yen'va got anything

to ton."

-WalL It's only about—eoefeand ttl—
your wife Say. Daltao. why la tbu&dar-lt-a sona of my baatnaBB, bat tfa
pretty bard on ber."
-Sba mnst think Pm dead. 1 am
fiaad."
^•U. aba doean L Bba'i stil] looktog fiw you. When they didn't find
yre la the river, you know, Ae had
datoetiTea They combed Ban Fraoetoea for you."
Tba gnlat mao moved unaaeOy. “Datoafliea cost money." ba aald.
'Tbay do. Bhe's teaching now tn tba
public aebools
Tbs b^ put that
tbroogh. StTe gets gO(L a month, and
Ibat about feeds the five yonng ones."
*1 left her anengb. 1 left hat-half
tha aoDty l had. If I could litre
fixed It so. die could have got my life
“Wall why didn'tt y<
you? Thera s
tba river. Excuse me. old man. bat la
tWaany betterr'
"Oh. yes.•' aald Dalton draamlly. "1
bare a gutet life-all day Id tha library
If I like. Voo've no Idea what a rackft five children can make In a small
boaaa
And then ont thers I never
coold get the books I wanted-tha Latinlati of the fourth century, for loatanea. And then, you know, a woman
—a wotnBD who's fond of voa. It eiplalns
why the philosophers were
mooks.
But I'm getting pretty eloaa
to bedrock,'’ ba added, rrewalng. "I
don't like to eat In tfaese placea. And
to aee you here 7'
“Tea. 1 know," said Holloway hastily,
“bat I’ra got Just enough to take me
where I'm going. I pulled out with
tbeut 1600, though t^e boys wouldn't
ballore you If you told 'em. I puppe
they think I'm living In cottonRon—UOE
Cario or"-BU hundred:
Why. you used to
bare your fist in deep.
Wbat's the
matter—lost your pulIT'
-Nellie's got It—my wife, you know
-that Is. all 1 could pul! out. Bay, DalI don't mind teUlng yon—I don’t
ktvpoas you'd give ms away, and If
yaa did I-the police
The law can’t touch roe." oald DalBeOoway's face fioshed dully.
-Parhape not but I wouldn't Aahga
^aoaa with you. My wife’s llrlag In
nrope—been-there for a year. She's
IlTlng well toa She was always crazy
to v>. Bbe s got enough to mUa bar
conafottable for some time, and I'm golag-welL never mind. I'd do It over
•gain. I ton you. Dalton, for a woman
y«rt» fond of-bnt whats the UM of
tatotog to yon 7 Might as wdl talk to
a latln grammar."
PaKoa conieniplsted bis chares a&d
witbsred pears snd thin coffee raalgbe«7-If I didn't have to eat" he said. *Td
^-•11 rWit I wan: few ttalgga. Ood
^ _______________ IT nnd
-want only om."-

SHORT- STORIES.

THE HALL OF FAME.
an Cbarlaa A. Towaa la
n exteadad rlatt to fta
graatar
than ba was erer'kaowa to mad bafora.
AUord W. Cooley, fourth aiMant
•ttomey general, la a protege of Praaldeat BooeerelL
Coole.v la daaa ent
•ad a good -mlzer.'' Be it tblrty-fmr
yean old.
Joaeph B. Hopklnt of Weet Darry,
K. H.. It nlaety-two .Tran old ami
dbtlmt that ba naaw hat had an tew
or palB. Except for being deaf ba rw
talaa all bis facnlbea
Lecfi Aberdean'i aona. the Roa. Dud1^ and the Hon. Archie Oordon, have
•treagly developed madanleal aptltadaa and workad for a Uma as otdinary appreotlcee In one of the big ahlpbulMIng yard* In Aberdeen.
Eugene Ware of Kanaaa. feraitfly
commlaaloner ofpenalona, baa acoepted
the $12 a month to which ha It tnfltM
under
’ new ]>enalon law and will
tufio
ibe money every moatb to t
poor girl in Topeka to aid her In gelting an educ
lucatlon.

Wtotithe,
TriangleA.Has Done

Missouri. U la L6S3 feat shore ato
level.
The wmneo ot North America are
claimed to have the smalleat bands in
the world.
It Is calculated that S.8ak000,000
men tia\e been killed In baW alBea
tba beginnleg of the world.
There are fourtaan prorlnces aad ton
torritorlea In the Arrentlna Republic;
!Ibe president bat a salary of gfiO.OOO.

The “Triangle A” has incresBed the dealer's
trade by enahirng him to give his porous tbe
greatest cigar vidae^ on’^ulb.^

The.pumps need for clearing tha anthrmclta mtoea of Pennaylrenla handle

boaooo.ooo gallons of water par

Tbe “Triangle A” has iiicreased tbe value of
the smokes dgar money by giving him tiie
highest possible jp^ity in every grade of “Tri­
angle A” cigars. •

la claimed by grocerymen in Mex­
ico that aiparagua la beUig Imported
from FTanca In Urge paciagaa and
mned In the Oty of Mexico aadtr
American labels, as though coming
from California.
A newly Imported wood, naad
high clsM cabinet and piano work, ll
the Tasmaalan'-caynle. It Is of i
pink color, moderately hard and very
eloec grelned. Uklng a good finish and
working well and smoothly.

Everybody concerned re^ the benefit of the
“Triangle A" idea—the dealer and you. BOTH.
The dealer secures your con/Mence—and that’s
how he keeps your business.

THE METROPOLIS.

JoBathan Woodbury of South Ac-,
New Tork city pays is aaJartes to
worth. N. H.. bat in faia possesalon the. a more than 50.000 servants tlE2 each
of clothee In which
nilmitv In the da.v.
married, flfty-oeven years ago.
More l»nd. In value. Is owned, by
suit which la In jjjjfen condlOon. con- Hebrows In New York city than In any
Mats of a broadcloth frock eoat and
other i lty In the world.
trouaere and a black aatln vest.
’There Is one saloon In New Tork
Ainoa Martin of Newr-astle. Pa., baa city for each 317 men. women and
llred In three centnrlea. three eoiintrlew chlldreu rewlding within Its borders.
and served In two wars
Born In Boot
New Tork city houaes. 175,000 crafts­
land In IT8S, ba went to rannda six men iL the clothing business, who pro­
turn years later end dt aevecleeo lo
duce an annual output valued at S^eatad in Philadelphia
Be
served 000.000.
•gainst the Uexlcane and In the
There la no dearUi of dramatic vabatwacB tba ttatas
lelT In New York city, when thebooka
Offlcial Washington Is agog becati-e
r Uii- tlieatere abow thst there U as
Justice Oliver ^endell Holmee
ivenige of fifteen new pla.vs produced
hot keep a carnage.
Tbs supreme
ich iiiuulh in the year.
fadg* makes Ua way to bualneaa by
In the last six months there baa been
itreet car. Sometimes perhapa I
large Increase In the number and
hangs on a strap.
And Mrs. Juatice
ze of robberies In the New Tork hoHolme# when ehe goes to make her
social calla diivea In a hired baneoni

Point has been mn«t snccresfnl
captnric
aountTT and in t
owre part of hic prowess to his remerkalile understanding of the sign
language as used by the North Ameri­
can Indians.
He mastered it In the

west at the beginning of his army ca-

Whenever and wherever you buy, whatever
you pay for your cigars, you are entitled to the
best it is possible to produce for the price.
The “Triangle A” on the box is the only
assurance you have that you are getting this
100% of quality.

Don’t Trust to Luck!

The ^ CREMO

Surrey «ni3 tVllKblrp have fe'wegi
rivers of any Knglisli cciintiet^ Yorknnd Devon mnst.

is the most satisfactory kind orproof but you are safe
in bujing any brand bearing the “A” (Triangle A) on
the bo3L Every box is extra-wTapped in glassine paper,
sealed at each end with the “Triangle A” in red, to
maintain perfect smoking condition and cleanliness until
the box is opened.

c ihaml-er in xvliii-h the house of
lords sits Is fony five fi-ei high; the
bouse of commons Is a foot lower.
Tb« Bank of Eiiglaml is paid mm
par million for maiinciiig tbe national
debt tbe minimum cot to be leas tban
£180,000 a yrar.

Ths Puppet Shew.
Tba heyday of the puppet ahow In
A youth Of seventeen who banged
Baglaad was during tbs eighteenth himself at Bristol. England, painted
oantnry. Long before then strolling hfiuaelf with green from bend to fool
Aowmen bad exhibited "drolls" or Just before the act.
•tooOwis" — ag the English puppets
"What la yonc occopatlonr' the ma£vere known in the early days —tc Istrete asked John White Uie other day
crowds of gaplug rustics, but It u-is In tbe Westminster police court Lonnot until the rime of Steele and Addlthal the pttp|«-t show became a
fashionable amusement, patronized by
Spper tendom.
micluella
ATTORNEYS.
Lopdon In 1«I6, when nn Italian
pet player sei up bis booth at C lartog
PRATT ft DAVIS, ATTORNaTS.
All chicken owners are bereb7 noU- Travareo City Stete Bulk BasHfiliia
Cross sod paid a small rental
Readily Yield to Soothing, Healing
third
Boor.
Bulte 3U4U
*.l-«7
oraraeara of Bt MarUn’a partal
fted lb£I chickens are not allowed to
Bh
Treatment of Hyemel.
t was SI once Englished
Bronchial troubles are purely local. ruQ at large from April 1st to Novem­
Punchinello, which was soon to be They cannot be helped by stomach ber lat. and aov found not enclosed
ATTORNL
completely ,.\ngllrl*e<1 ns roneh. - Bt. dosing. They are caused by irritation
during those dates will be looked after Collection Work a Bpotoalty.
With
•s' Hnwite
in the Rlr passages and can be re­
Underwood ft Umlor, Sstberii
lieved and cuved by medicated air
ma>alone. In this lies the secret of the
Indigo 8<«da.
One dllBculiy in the raising of naiu- great success of Hyomei In the treat­
AMIL r. NERLINOHR, LAWT
ral todlgo Is that the seed of the Java ment of bronchial troubles.
Enamallngand repairing. 311 Front St
The Hy-o-mel
medication,
laden
plant does not usually germhiste satis
with nature’s remedies. U breathed
factprily owing tn lt« possessing a ’’cnthrough the neat pocket Inhaler that
tlda" which la Impermoalile u> water.
cniiics with every outfit, reaching ev­
MISCELLANEOUS.
To remedy this It hns been found ad- ery part of the bronchial tubes and
vaatageons to sonk the seeda for half killing at once the disease germs. It
hour In concentrated sulphuric acid iilliivs nil irrluilon and heals the In•I taUte Mto
OSTEOPATHY.
and auhseguently to wash with water flaination of the mucous membraoc
Ptomn' MotoM.
1 wnbatmblk
very thoroughly before sowing. Good with astonishing rapidity.
DR J. O. raUKBLOOD
X-S4T
DR. MART J. TRUKBLOOD
Treatment with sprays, douches and
seed treated in this way haa been
Phono «7.
found to germinate to the elfbnt of 100 aiciiiiixcrs In bronchial troubles Is con­ 40S407 Wilhelm Block.
HARRT a HABNBL
demned by the best physicians, as
par cent
they cause further Irvitotion.
PHYSICIANS.
• BoaM.U-S>4«
The flrat breath of Hy^y-mel's medA Definition.
Iciucd air seems to soothe the InflaDR. M. 8. GRBGORT
JOHN a SANTO
matlOD. stop the cough, and thus
Surfieon. Ofilea. 117 General Inaurance. State Sank bulls
has recently exipiided Its field of activ­ Uef foon becomes permanent and a PhYBleltn and
Caaa 8t Cttz. phoM TM, 2 rlnfi oftng, Traverae City.
11-848
ity by sdillnc to Its <nnstliiitloo the cure results.
flc*. I rtoa t«rid«oce, 813 Walout
foUowiag aAlcie lA
Hyo-mel has made ma&y remarka­
W. N. MILLARD—Piano Tunlna.
■treat
3-1847
■’PefinUlon-Thc term •automobile.’ ble cures In the worst and
Thirty Years Experiencft New Loeat
ai need by this society. Is Intended to chronic forms of broncblt
. . . troubles
ed with Orlnnall Broa. 168 Froat St
Is sold by 8. E. Walt & Sona with
r any self propelled vehicle oper­
Oa L. BWANTON.
ating on or under the surface of the the same guarantee they give wbe-n Offleo over tho PMplo’s Savings
■■ -o-Diel Is purchased
for catarrh.
earth or water or la the alV."
Both pboMi 101.
It is, to refund the money In caae
MaRK CRAW,
the remedy does not give saUsfactlon.
Trvnka, Parcels and UgNt Oreylnfi
oa J. W. OAUNTUETT
te outfit costs but 11.00.
That cancer
aty Boob Store.
nature's
protest
New Sartak block. Special attention

AH^CAN ClbAR COMPANY
fifanH&ctiirer

onger on.
ireadful s

More Newi Brom <
Btat(_
If any one Jias any doubt aa to the
virtue of Foley'B Kidney Cure, they
only to^er to Mr. AJrin H.
_ hope of
n aowunt of the failure of ao many
amedlea, finaUy tried Itoley'a EJdhay
lure, which he Bays was “Juit the
ling" tor Um. aa tour bottloa cured
mpletely. Ha U now enarsty
id free from all the luSerlng
•uhla, a.
oodw

DR. 8. L. THIRLBT.
pcclai Attention to Oleeazee of Cb'
dretu Room 408 SUM bank bnUdtne. Both phonea
l-»7

"—

City ftori*. No. tSS. F. O.
----------- —jtt In Porarien hall. “
day evonlngB at 8 oi'eloA A.

■ Waab. «t
M47

SARAH T. CHASB. M. O.
>moe with Dr. f
- Bank block.

^
DR. r. J, HftCNSTT,
Practice limited to Cya Ear. Nooe and

Ttnrarm LMgft Na 800. LO,
Order for PuMleatlen.
0- F.. mMU •TtoT Toaaday owunc.
STATB OP HICEZOAN. tha Probate O. I. Armltase, N. G.; 8. H. Franklin.
Court for tha County of Grand Trav- Secretory.
4-1147
At a aasaioo ot aaM court, bald at
BqnaUty Lodf* No. Mfi. L o. a F..
tha probate oSea In tha city of Trav- meeta every Thurtdny evening 8:»,
erae City,
,. la aald county, on the 23rd
in toOL Cbvie* Dotob. N. a;
day
"ay of April. A, i>,
,
""
1807,
PrancM B
a Troatier, V Q.; John OotoPraaasL “
Hon. "
PraaonL
'
1-847
Judge of Probata
In tha matter of the eatote of James
e aty Lodge No 111. F. ft
BuUlTaa. daeaaaed.
Anna eumvan haring filed in aald
on or btforo tha foil o( thi
court her final admlntriratlon apoonoU
C. Lsnglay. W. !(.; Bznar
and bar poUtion praying for the allowanoa tbarMf and tor tha i algsment and dlatrihuUon of the r ildue
Trevereo aty Lodge No. 71. K. M P.
ot aald aetata

DR. HOLD8WORTH
lohitoon’i OWQ ttM Spaclal Atton
tloa to Efo. EteTSoap aad IWroaL

Tba Companion
adreo

a

wann

at Forestaia win

auppar

Wadnaaday

arMdBg to tbtor hall trom 6 to 8.

DAILY BAOLE WANT ADD PAY.

baarins, in tba Dally BM>o, a newa
papto printed and elrailated tn aald
nm B. wAXiOB.

I jod*r5pwta3s^

A tree copy. '

. npr SMa-iaP

w5r

tonssdw; to M

E. A. WESTON
Northern Mich. Dock
TBE NEW MODEL RYE

oyviR

THE BEST COAL
MINED IN MICHIGAN !

J4.50P£RT0II
c. i nrioi C8U co.

selling recordi. of Model
Three.

G. O. CAJITML AB8TRACT8.
Office with 0. P. Carver ft Bro.. M»
307 8. Front nreet
l-lF«7

It is clearly the

superior of any writing
machine on the market in

-

PERE
MARQUEnE
UNE STEAMERS

ap|tearancc, case of op.
eration,

durability

and

time saving devices. You
needn’t take my word for
it. Try AD Oliver in your
home or office free of ex­

TBE ONLY DAILY UNE FMt

LUDINGTON
MILWAUKEE
CmCAGO

pense.

Compare it care­

fully wiih other makes.
-Yoa «aa Day aa OMvar
lor SS a RMatk. or rcat
oac lorSShmaath.Ttoa
real Is applied oa par*
eJMMprieaUyoB bay.
1 bava SOM barpataa
Id allabUy OMd ma-

AND ALL POINTS WEST,
tve MANISTEE Dally lexecpl
SamSay) at StW aa4 7toS p. m.
Leave LinMNCTON DaUy (exeepl
SaaSayl at ItoM p. m.

Afclvc fiSaWACKEE StoS a. IB.

Ellsworth Hale
LOCAL A6EMT.

Tbe ooe stoe. safe remedy for ^
tronblcs.

Ii makes tbe hw be«fiid.

heavy wkI My.

Use it evoy day

-- ------------ — and watch yewr hair temve.
' FREE, a temple bottle of ED. PINAUP'S HAIR TONIC (enough
for 3 appheaboGs) for lOc. to pay poftage and packing.
Write today to ED. PINAUD S American Ofic«. Ed. Pbiaud BuUmg,
" Ytok Oty.
Azk your dealer for ED. PINAUD’S HAIR TONIC

M. J. LALONE,
TRAVERSE CITY.

MICHIGAN.

WmmK.6*''

BERT WILHBJI.
Gensral Centraetor. Tar ar ftraval
toefa Staieka palatod. uaaaral ra

palrtns. ate.

1-UdT

O. P. CARVEBABSa
I
General Fire
and Aa
nlabod.

Boys

Exceptional
Plano Values

WANTED
Oval Wood
Factory.

SPjbV/ALS FOR Tuts WFEK

Houaa

BIjtog

I- SJ^BR. DHimBT.

ScMtorrrtnweCByfomJs

Walter M. Paige
— Dealer in—

Automobile. Laooeb and OosoUoe Eo^lne AccKsorlos.
^
A J. McPHAIU'
Rooma over -Jabaaw
attzcBa PhS^

Cash or %r..00 Monthly

A NEW

DB. T. A. WTTxnn.ll
«■

meats tUrd

No. 8TL R. a
T. M. M, meota ovary Tbuiaday night

iv ^

-ol~

FHEICH FEULE

tr B«f»«irm A tart-a teoailrrSti
. ..uuw..

SOFT COAL

uiiiimin' PILLS.

dbntibt.

Toeaday of aaeft month, at 7;80 p. m.
It la turtbar ordered that public _
tjca thereof be given by publication It Woodmas ball Abram Smith,
of a copy of thla order, for three no- 1 fee.; Gayle Ortzwold. B^j-y,; Natue
4-3447
oate^*
morioa to add day of & Gray, Deputy.

Write In SloVit

I«. W, 8. MOON. 8P8CIAL18T.
OenltoOrtnary llaiaton aty Opera

LODGE NOTICES

forenoon, at arid probata oOce. be
by tha NatSonal Pure Pood and Drag
law, aa It eoatalna no oplataa or othar
barpifnl draga, and wa rteommaBd It
- --nnd

“""V

DIRECTORY

10 tbo eye and aar. Glasses fitted.

PJ®i

ORDER YOUR

NOTICE

BRONCHIAL TROUBLES.

Kidney
that any
to tbe disease being so Inslduoua that
It geu a good boM on tha aygum be­
fore it Is recognized. Foley's Kidney
Cure will prevent tbe development of
fatal disease U taken In time. 8. E.
Walt ft Sons.
^ eodw

Boats Leave Chicago on
Wednesdays and Satur days at T.-OO p. m.

is pass-ing the wonderful

See that the cigar box is stamped witlj the
“Triangle A” merit mark every time—you’ll get
a smoke worth double what you got before the
introduction of “Triangle A” methods. Look
for the mark that insures quality.

ENGLISH ETCHIJ^GS.

HOBnERN MICHIGAN
TRANSPOBTATION
COMPANY

General Garage Baftineaa
Agent for filAXWEIl. motor
care. SHALUnr mariue motora.
OLMiacnL
«CMiR.,Car.iMt. TramtOli.

FOR $215
Va-.h or 17.00 M<C‘My

To ilA-immaratr «iir popular ONE PRIfE equarr dealing of riano
srlllog. w<- pul ua sale, to-morrom. aad until sold, a numlMr of D8jprigbl pianos
,
rKNnABI.E uprigbl
for buyers wtio deaire to purchase i
good medium grade piano, at au ezocpUonally li
____ _____
Ibao can be had rJh«a here oo the aame quality of instrument.

Ifiay Da Ctoa^cd U Two Var a.Towairia tba Pai
of a KnBALLor elbar hl0b-sra4a Rlaaaa wa baa41c.
Our small payment plan uuikee piano buying eatty.

KIMBALL MUSIC HOUSE
ii. B. Hancr, Prop.

IM Fraai St

niiRip: u m- mii

TBB.pVLr Emx, TUE8D4T,

mot u>4 rnpv on «II.-w a M

^

anniss

tS'il

■ 4UWt

A RT«E IN QRI8T MILL PRODUCTS
SLATED FOR TODAY

EBts mr I can
PotatAct

Still

Worth

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■Tallow ...............................................
BUYING PRIC^S-Poaltry.

FIHy Ccnta

Buthel—T*»en^-Flv« LoM«
Markctod Tueatfay.

OUTSIDE MARKETS
Twenty-BT* toAda ot poUtOM wero
sold on U>e Tr«v«rs« city mu-ket
Tuesday. Most ot the loads wont at
A" cents, alUioagta to the cam of two
loads AS cento was paid.
The buying price of eggs is now 13
and U cenu a dozen, depending on
hiiw badly the particular grooeryman
sold to wants the hen fmiL The retidl price remains at 16 cento.

MOMaarr to ioa in traiutt.
dgdaion .gf the IhtervUte oocnoommlaaloD there hae been a 40
ipr cent xedaetJoa per 100 pounds
Vpreas chargee on flowere Dwn New
i^reai’ potoU to 2«eT Tola city.
Crop repofSa gathered trtxn every
i^unty to Indtona IndlosUe that the
(Mock for the coming season Is not
* dark, as vras painted daring the
Vril cold snap, when It was thooghl
me CBtire irvijt ertv had bsM kiUed.
'fie reporu Indicate thu th9e wUl
l)e a fair crop of smaU fralto. Btany
tcees are rebuddtog and while small
Tegeubles are backward they proalae
, make a good showing.
Daring the first half of April there
ere six Ulltog frosu In TennBarly tndu and Tegeubles of all
klnde were killed.
<
Uri»ama blackberry
r«g«rted safe Cowberries
iwady beginning to ripen at Binnlng-

The PoUto Market
FTerida peaches have appeared
GreenvlUe, May 13.—C ri. Wells *
the New Toxk market They sell
Co. quote poUtoea at 76c. rye at
k a creu.
and bMna at 8L10.
Tbe apple crop of Missouri la Bald to
Cbicago. May 13.—The maitat
fully 6c higher end feoetTera are hid­ have been serioosly damaged One
ing' In expectation ot atHt higher ■alhority believes the yield will be
but
10 per iwpi of a crop.
prices. . Seles were et 70 to 76c.
apples are now worth 16 a
mand Is very good on both local aad.
outside accouDL At loading poinu the bgirel to the New York market. RasPrices to be RafaM.
sals brtoc 36. Bpies 36 and Greentoga
stocks
are
about
eztminUd.
Rao
The price of grist mill producto Is
♦6-60.
were
only
fair.
slated for aa>adrance today, although
Eastern markeu are be^uniag to
Seles reported were: Bulk stock. 3
ihe new Bgurea are not avallabte at
receive California cherries.
ihe present writing. It Is said that
Pisoftniwgtog reports come from
the price of flour will he to the neigh(he poUto sections of the Ceroltoas.
Isirhood of M.60 a barrel. Feed, bru
Car lots, per bn, In bulk, on track Charleston will have but a limited
and tuiddllngs «-lll be moeed np a
White stock, fair to Miolce. 70®73e; supply and what are shipped will
notch or two from present quouUons.
fancy Wisconsin. 7f©76c: fantto Mich­ probably be small. Tbe cold weather
Cured Meats Oetting Higher,
too much for the potatoes and it
igan, Tt^TSc; King's, ehotce to fanny,
('tired meals are becoming more e»- 69e?Jc: coarse. 60966c; Roee, 6*9
jt expected that over 40 per cent
l•roBivc at wholesale and there is
crop win be produced and this
mixed white. 62967c; red mixed.
i-ndency on tbe part of the reUll 57^640; „,i,ed. red
be late. Reports from the eastwhite, 60966e.
(li-alere to got- more money.
New PoUtoea—Tbe market oonUnv ecu sboEc of Viiginla are rather taThe Grand Traverse region supply
easy. Arirvals are fairly liberal vor«tole. although the crop there win
of rattle for butchering la about ex­ and there was a good supply on the be late. Tbeee do not come until well
hausted and a large part of tbe beef market. Trade was a litue slow.
into June.
sold from the local markets comes
.Tbe Patrons' Co-Operative Co. bas
from Chicago.
been inoorpornled lo act as i»aunieThe Grain MarkeL
ked strawberries can now be bad at
sipn merebaotB to New York city and
Chicago. May 13.—The wheat
the Front street fruit stores at JO “t today opened wild and excited.
buy and sell all kinds of produce.
cenU a box.
July wheat within a few minutes afl- Tbe capital is 3100.000. 6Ir. Core,
tbe opening selling at »6Uc. alter who Is a broker and commlstson mer­
chant.
says the company will market
leuchlog
97c.
September
sold
LOCAL MARKETS
M.00% and December at 8L0S. Tbe tbe products of members of tbe Na­
tional Grange, the farmers' order, and
features which made a runaway
These
quotations
are
corrected
lapUal would come from that
In the wheal pit on the last three
every morning and the prices given |
c. He says tbe company will be
days of. the week were present again
are those prevailing
m pracUcalJy the same basis as
KKlay, The reports of damage by cold
correction.
The market fluctuates
weather were amplified from points In toe Co-Operative Wbniesale Societies
mere or less and sometimes
of
England,
xwbich .have been very
west and southwest and extreme­
cle quoted at one price In the morning
ly i-olil weather was again reported successful, sod secs no reason wby
la selling at a higher or lower figure
Ihe Canadian ooribwesL where the venture should not be as successbefore the day la through. ,
I to this country.
seeding bus already been so badly doRETAIL PRICES—Poultry.
New York dealers arc crying for
laved.
Pork, dearbak, per bbl................. MS
>y. They aay that they must have
i« corn market was strong, tbe
It
for their regular customers. Tbe
oijiUins ranging from ic to 2c above
Ihe close Saturday. Tbe advance was price tor prime-hay Is now 324 and
;6.
largely to sympathy with wheat, but
Tbe Texas potato crop has been
there was a good general demand
Freah Osh. per lb........................
all polBto. July opened Ho to damaged by cold, wet weather. PoRETAIL PRICBS-Meats
1S(- higher at 6Je to 63c and told at Utocs which should hare been reauy
ri2'-,fir.3!kiC. Oau were Mdve and to dig three weeks ago. are silU wait­
Ktrnng. there being specially large ing for dry weather,
rade In the more dlsUntopUons. Sympaihy with wheat was the principal
bullish factor. July oats opened He
higher at 45c and sold at 44Hc.
Close: Wheat—May. »aHc. July
S5S995HC- Com—May, 62Hc; JMy,
and
G2He62Hc. Oats—May, «Hc: July,
Cheese, per lb........
44H€f44%c. Rye—Cash. 76976c. BarOElStERAL NEWS
loy—Cash. 80® Me.

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STAl^E NEWS

.........

Balt, per hbl........................... 7B to 86c
Honey, comb, per lb............. 12

The LIverioek Market ,
Chicago, May 13—Cattle—Receipts.
KtMiui 29.000: market steady; beeves.
34.3o@6.60; cows, 31.8094.86; helfen,
32.60® S.30; Btockan and feeden,
32.90f(T5 35. Hogs—Recclpu. 42,000;
Hay, baled, per ton..........................M mariiel steady- to a shade lower;
light. 36.4090.60; mixed. 36.3696-60;
heavy, 36.1696.60; rongh, 36.169650;
pigs. 36.0096.40; good to AeM*
heavy. 36.409 6.62<4: bulk ot aales.
36.52’Ae6.6TH. Sheep—ReceipU. 20.000: market steady; natives, 31-60^
Bran, per H'O.................................. *1.20 6.85: wethers, 34.60®6.76; yearitoga,
R>e Flour, per J.S lt«
36.75®T.66: lambs. 36-6098.70; west­
ern. 36.509 8.76.

AJtoaan—A
company bas
bees Migaolzed-here and vinegar will
naoutastored cm a large ecaje.
rt^ee—Hfty-qne colonies of bees
( ahlpDgd to Traverse City the
other-day hy tbe bee culturl^, Walter
Haiiaer.
TusUn—Wyman A Dunham of UcAato--aaUi oMalnict. a
.buUdlns
IHidMoo.-tohiah anil be twaaed to
about 90 days.
Plainwell—Otsego Is lo have 1
church, tbe Coogrcgatlonallsts b
made plans for a modern edifice
-place tbe preqent siruqture.
Msrahsii—nUy Man in tbe ‘same
BUTINr. PBICBS-Graln.
bouse is Uw r«9ord,o( ’Mr and Mrs.
John Kelly of this oHyV who cele­
wheaL per bu............................
GENERAL MARKET NEWS
brated their golden wedding ennlver*ry »to>- 11
Com. per bu
....46c
BMMe Creek—Tbe toohllUy of the
oaU. per bu .
WatermeloDS from Cuba e now on 'Arnold (3oD8lructlon Co., of Chicago,
BUYING PRICES—Dali? Products
sale Id New York city.
la delaying
A recent court decialoD is to tbe |«anle Greek's
looomoavq
effecl that If express companies re­ shops being erected by the Grand
PoUtoes ................................. 60 to 56c ceive fruit in good eondttlon they. tspbk.
HIcUawH-Koi until- the 'studcDis
e High school bad filed out to the
fronL lawn, i^ere the elm was t
Sdaaud AS a monument to ProL G.
L, Jenner. who Is leaving after a
years service there, was It discovered
that the itm was a swamp oak.
Plainwell—On Hay 30 Otsego will
vole
a proposiUon of bonding the
village for 16.500 for the purpose of
rebuilding the waterworks' fiume and
erecitog a suitable pumphouse. Those
to use are BO weakened that there 1«
great danger of them being swept
W^er9toJM«enator William Alden
Smith U lo be the prlnclpaj speaker
at the sate coavenUoo of post

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

The inetlnct and habit of
4600 years have proved wheat
the one absolutely neceeeaiy
food for man.
Latter day science hae
proved the soda cracker to
be the most nutritions of all
wheat foods.
Modem skill has given to
the world Uneeda Biscuit,
the only perfect soda owcker. ,
^

hJiutlilht.
luaav> imf tackatts.

NATIOKAI BISCUIT COMPAW

H eUAIWE

Wpll

»w. toASt«r%.X-. R. Y-

*

not reach the seat of the
CatoTTh Is a blood or oonsUt^onal
dlaease. and to hrdor to cure It you
must take internal rcipedb
Catarrh cure Is taken intei
acts airvctly on the hlood and roUcOTiB surfaces Hall's Catarrh Cara
is not a quack medtotoe. It wax piPscribed by one of tbe best physi­
cians in this country for years aM
Is a regular proacrlpOon. It to OOttpoaed of the beat tonic* Laow^^'
hined with tha he« htootl portBera.
adtox dlrectlv on the mucous aurtae,B8. Ve^rfect coMbtoaflon of the
two togradlants la _ what PjodnBw
esrUK CaF. J. CHENEY. CO, Ptopa.. To

“>

sates have tbelr too
:e«ifereoees and coontr dSDtt
bnt It rem^lM fprMWWga^ ^to gran^ to InsOtm a conference tSf gra^ spea^rs. finch a
meadhg was held a few weeks ago.
■whitto; 'was presided oyer by tbe stats
and was really a srtiool of toftrbrtlon in tbe fmidameDtals of
granp doctrines and their presentotlou
to csbdse and forceful langnage-a
■oix of Donnai cIbm for teacbera and
apeaken. The purpose of the suts
m^ter to to forntab speakers for Pogranges.
a> to each
frpin three to Ore
gruga opnoty dortog tbs year
torast tba pce^t membm of toe or­
der and to make tl^em fwl that they
belong to an Inipertadt organization In
the Order~nifflely. the Pomona grange
—and to give asslstsnee to tbe Pomona
lertsrv in order that .the Pomona
gnnge programme way he lo every
vaj supiarior to that of tte sobordtoats
grange. Allhoiigti tbe Pomona grange
pays nothlug into ibe stote grange
traastoy. it Is recogulvd at the gate­
way of access to Infloence upon (h«
Itol pitoge lu* of a coqptiy. It to to
sense a sobsute,paii|e. About twothirds of the ezpeuse of sending out
eu'-b eiiehki'py xi-ill l>c borne by the
grans- <>cd Uie oibor third by tbe
PonioDS
Mk-hlgaD bas bt-rein set an exampto
rorthy to lie followed b.v every other
grange suie. There Is loo much aim­
less tpaaking at FoippM granges and
grange plciibw. A fejv gqpd' stories.
foUoweO by a more or laM practical
talk, followed by more good storlei.
aeems to U- ihe' Ideal wblcb a good
many grana» speakers have before
them, but tliere u too much real, solid
be done, loo many rgal, belpfnl ti^tee m iv ■llecussed. to warrant
any state g-ooge In sending out men
wbivare lo.-bned to make an Interest
leg talk simply ideasing for tbe boar.

city Book Store
Tbu Uobart Co., Prop.

Wanted:' “skiddoo’

Omg Co.

ScQGAR.

Machine giris and giHs to pack
dixbe*. Oval Wood Dish Co.

GRANGE FOR GOOD ROADS.
k Purely Grange Road Bill Neve Belect
the Ne« Yor4( State Legialaturw.

The New V.,rk stale grange legtola
tlve cnminlui-c has had a new bill pre­
pared snicnillng Ihe Fuller-Plank law.
an that |w,rcr ton ns will receive a lar­
ger Fbiire of stRte aid and grading the
town- ai'.inilrjg to the average
ee.wpd -abiailon per mile of road rath­
er Ilian the Miluatlnn per town. In Its
gradlnc of tii'vns for sate aid under
iJie money system the graog* bill
the asseased valnaUon as eqoaltoed by
both the board of anperrtoqn and tbs
board of equaltoapop.
There were numeipga good road
Mils before Ibe legtolawr^ bnt
of them took account or'tha toequBlitlsa that appeared to tba wortdng of
Ibe old IRW. Tbe graaga bUI prep epes
lo glie towns with a vatasUea of less
than 3.VOCO per mile a 100 per cent eddlilon 10 ibal w hlt'b they ralas them­
selves; ibose beiween flSjoO and *7.000
valuation, !*i per cent; between J7J100
and F.'.iido. 8"
cent; betwm fSJXIO
ami sn.uki. TO |er rent, and "between
fll.oflo and 313.o>v>. 50 per casi
limitation Is fixed for towns with
]>er mile valoscton not t
reed 323 per mile annnslly. and towns
wiib a mileage valuation axceedtog
»a\(Wi will not he permitted to draw
more than one-leoth of 1 par cant of
their total valuation. Tlito to porely
a grange good roads bill.

The leclslfliive t-omiulttre of the Sew
York state griiug' could find no good
roads b't) n; ,\:b.in,v that mef grange
reoalreii.-ir v they made one at

Apr. r. tf

BlEDSm & OWEN

J. W. MUIiken'B atore will be I
Closed all day. Hay 30. Decore- I
tlon day.
I

Cgm, Tobacco a»d

Smokm’

Artkiet.

144 Front Street.

SPECIAL SALE

The time is here for us to close out our stock
of suits for this season. Owing to tbe contin­
ued cold weather the stock is larger than it
should be at this time of year, so the reduc­
tions arc greater than usual. NOW IS THE
TIME TO BUY—

A A An A|h
/ml

Your choice of all our suits that
wpro 110.00 and 112.50.

Am 04 Q CA Beautiful suits in the very latest
fanctrs and plsiin colors and black
-rvalues 117.50 U> 120.00.
mm ^4 >7 CA Your choice of high grade suits—
/ml V***®!! rill handsomer styles shown any­
where at any price.

EMLBELM

l^RONT
STREET

ELKS^^
Charity Ball
Tuesday Evening,
May 14, 1907
Here is a list of Valuable Articles to be
Disposed of for the Benebt of Charity
at the Elks' Lodge Rooms, Tues­
day Night, May I4th:
One-half dozen American Beauty

Roses: one load of

wood; one hundred home-made pies; one lea pot; one coffee pot
six home-made fniit cakes. $ 1.00 each; one bale ol hay: one
bushel of oaU; one bushel of com; gas bread loasten several

Mlghborsf All facmerv should stand
Sbpul(3er to stu’uMer lhe«e days for the
ptiflclplea the grange to seeking to up­
hold.
______

boxes S- B. & A. one-pound boxes chocolalc: one sel of nul

Tbe nsUooal ciange executive eemitttee held a b 'jit meeting with tbe
Ufg Inaar
at Albany. -V. Y..

Diamond J. cigars: one $L00 umbrella; one load of wood;

rennajlvaala
Bate Me‘KT
CO. has sounded ni« slogan
1607jPennajIvanla membersblp of 100.000.*

The Boyar rvor. mcomcnlde'for the
battle fought upon Its Uaska |zrtw9«t)
James 71. and WlUtoni Ul.. In
•the f«mer was diefente’J, Is 1“ TreWhy li It that a seven-year 0I4 kid
innd. It rises In tijncens couptt and Hto drop a half bninedjnateb In an alNDs northeast by' Trim -mil Camn. kT and born np all the barns to a
falling eventually 'into th- Irish eftoh- block, while an ablebodled man bas to
nel a little lielnw Droglioda.
uae up a whole box of matches to get
a fire awriccl in a heater that hs' draft
A NARROW EBCAPI
enoaeli t> drew nil the furniture np
G W. Cloyd, a merchant a
Mo. bad a narrow eseape four ywni theviloveplpe- -.^nenemo fTCnti 1 \
ago, when be ran a Bmacm bar Into
-bis thumb. He saya: “»• doctor
A. J. Brown, llglit draylng; offleo at
wanted to ampntate It bnt.
Qlty News Bund. CItlaon'a phona 47.
not consent I boaght.« IV*.
may 7-U2.
len's Arnlt^ Balve bdE that"
dangerous wonsd.’* - tfir - ' *

eria. 8. B. Walt * Setoto

gpd

Wiqdaw Shades

GRMeC SPEAKERS

FLSDLAV, O.—The initial trial
Bgatost the Standard Oil compaii
Ohio, which was lo have been c
before Judge Duncan, was postponed
until possibly the week b<-gliiniDg
June lu.
WASHl.NGTON—JusUce Harlan
e United States Suim-me cot
aged 74. made a home run and won
the game to a baseball ronlcst at ihe
annual shad bake given by the Wa^h•
togwn Bar association «i Marshall
iwa. Md.
CITY OF MEXICO—'Vnrd reached
this city that a Are Is raging is
• H«lp Oraass Week,
Tenares copper mines at Celirdena
emuitty neirspaperi a
iC state ot Durango, and tha
well dlspoactl too ard the grange. They
are Imprisoned with no hope ol will use write-ups of meeUnga af local
rescue. The district U remote
granxes If they are furnlAbcd them
they will annoouce the pro^mme li
nfwimnnt,-eltni. IS dlfflcujlKA^SAS CITY—T. G. Webster, prance: they wIM leod ratoabto aid
who was taken from an east bound lo the grange inovemenL But they
expect reporta to bare toi
train here on April 2 unconscious and ttiem. They want grange
removed to the city boaplial. has alopt not enilt ten days old. Braty- grange
conatanUy for the put 40 days and
should have a local prsH
aUll asleep- Physicians say he Is suftortog from <
er IS $0 years old.
HARRODSBURG. KY
Organited Fur BuJlfwaa.
suit ot a courtship covering a quarter
The renobsci'i iNfc.' Pomona Orange
Ot a century, but durine which ihey OomiiBiiy was re<.-Hntly organized and
in person. J. W. Reed, aged bas a CBpli.-il of 3;yi0,Q00 for the pur­
64, ot this county, and Miss Helen pose of dealUic In grocertPA, gve-lns and
Jenktas, aged 63, of Quincy, 111-, have feedii and all kiiuN of farm supplle
It also Intenas t.> bu.i and sell tar
been married hero. The bride
produce on comi'ilSHlou. and there to
Atoter of a dead jvUe of Reed.
possibility rbst a rold storage plant
will be ere
CODipany U

BtlpaUon.
Cbihago win also attend. 8lxty-twp
news unions have been formed since
e last stole convention.
Baginaw—The new Dudley creamy plant Isc turatog out about 26,000
pounds of ereamery butler a week,
and has not yet started Its renovat­
ing raaebtoery. When this part of the
work Is In operation the output of the
plant win he about 50,000 pounds of
butter of all claaaes a week.
-Mewawilnia Oeder (he direction of
the county road commissioner, 326.000
II be expended by »

PAQEB

^ted,~ for which tbe
«p^
get the stats bounty ot IIJKH) per
mile.
Midland—After tour
mei
worked half an hour to unlock
the county ]aU. a UacksmlUi with
aledge hammers and chisels
mtoutes In driving (he bolt from
the socket After it was opened, the
bung an toch below the sockeL
settling of the building causing the
dlDculty.
ilAmsxoe—H. E. BarUeii A Co.,
manufaclurers. will double the
sUe of the plant during tbe coming
BODih. Tbe company bas leased tbe
second floor of a building and by July
I be employing 50 persona Instead
of 25. Tbe fins does the largest
elusive label and sticker manufactorUig buslnesa to the country.
Manistee—The L«nla Bands
gfla Lumber Co. and the R. G. Peters
Salt and Lumber Co. have vrithdrawn'
from the Michigan Salt asaodi
and tbe producto of tbelr plania.
along with tbe salt manufactured by
(he Buckley & Douglas Co., wblcb
drew out of the association last year,
will be sold by Fred N. Bdle.
Ashley—Three years ago Mrs. L. F.
Harter ot this village provided a des‘ stranger who came to tbe back
door witb a good dinner. Tbe man
to in rags, bift claimed be wws
tramp, and took Mrs. Harter's ad­
dress. declaring he would pay for the
rai wben bis loriunes were better,
few days ago she received a i
from the man, recalling the clrcutnstances, aud Inclosing a dollar for the
dinner.
Eseanaba—Final surveys arv IxHng
nde by Sou line employes (or a
iiy which will be construrled this
season from Cook's Mill lo Carden, in
Delta cuuniy. thus opening up a
rllory which before has bud no ntilroad faclUUes. The line will b
: in length and will tap a heavily
Umbered hardwood district and
rich farm and fruit country a
Garden and the east portion of Delta
county.
Muskegon—The new electric luterurban road that will traverse this
of Michigan and run from Lud
togioii 111 Grand Rapids, via PeulwHler .aud Frcuiunl, Is uo« assured.
>o7k omUie roadbed ha* been
Biarlcd. agjl gangs of men are al
work In (he vlclnily of I'enlwaier.
The road wtll cross the rich O-eana
Tniit belt and will touch a well luipii
lated councry that enlenaius a bie
resort roUmy each summer
Menominee—Oil men (r-mi 'b<
Fennsylvanla and Ohio oil regions are
confident that tbe geological coudi
lions of the upper penlDsiila bear ihc
best Indications of the presence of oil,
and acting on their JudgmenU "The
Upi^r Peninsula Gas and Oil Co." was
formed. Work has been resumed
the Plckford well which has already
been fiunk to » depth of l.6bu feet,
while drimog another well al Drum­
mond Island wak begun last week.

picks; sii months' subscriphoh lo The Evening Record; one
upholstered footstool; twenty-five pounds of flour one box of
twenty-five bars Santa Oaus soap; ten cans Grand Traverse
com; ten cans tomatoes; ten packages rolled oats; ten packages
Fairbanks' washing powder; one Wade A:

Butcher razor and

strop; one package Williams' Shaving Soap, onetwo-ounce pack­
age perfume, one case sofi dnnks. one rocking chair, quantity of
fruit, one dollar's worth of vegeUbles

delivered al your door.

This will be one of the finest social events of the
year, and the Charity Fund will receive
a good sum for rofitable use.

__ Proceeds for Charily —
Traverse Lodge No. 323, B. P. 0. E.

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