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EAST JORDAN. MICHIGAN, SATURDAY. AUGUST IT. J9I2.
Fair a Coming.
Premium List Ready and Sec
retary Squicr Hustling.
Charletolx County Fair Premium
fjtel for 19lb is low in the hands of
the Secretary, and hctnj circulated
as fast as iossible. Parties not re
ceiving a copy, and desiring onecan
'obtain It by call I tie at Room 2, Post
pftjee Block, East Jordan, or by ad
'fjfeslntr the btcretnry, W. P. Squicr.
The officers are desirous that all
Jnterestecl shall bo furnished" with
this List, and it U their hope that
all arz in a positjon to make a credit
able exhibit in any department will
ipee tht thfy have a Preminni List
and an entry blank, so that the List
of exhjbjts may be filled before the
open jog of the fair, but It is impos
sible to reach all by mail, and those
yvho do net receive these Lists will
please understand that it Is not from
lack, of interest on the part of the
Fair officials, but merely a lack of
ability to reach all.
Indications poinr, to a bijrger Fair
than has ever before beep held in
East Jordan, and if e haye the
pejcjplpj we want the best show that
tiarlev6lx County can produce. The
Hti'cccsa of the Fair lies mainly with
the exhibitors, and it is hoped thai
all will respond promptly ami
The Prince of Tonight,
possessed of a merit which strikes
ph'e elusive but mjstakable popular
upte more unerringly than most of
J,Jtip musical comedies now before the
public, "The Prince of Tonight"
Which will be seea at the Temple
Theatre next Monday, August Jtli,'
ranks as one of the most notable
chle'vments of those proli lie writer's
of musical successes, Adams, Houyh
and Howard. The Prince cf To
night' as a production tastefully con
ceived aud elaborately executed seen
c ideas. Toaj Arnold, a popular
uctor and vf hose artistic ability and
gpljjrjdjd barilqqp voice have lonjr
held him a favorite, is the predom
inant figure in the plot, which is one
of real substance, The play opens at
Palm Beach, Florida, on the night
that a century plant blooms, w hen
the air is full of magic. Mr. A moid,
is a young- collegian, in despair at
eing Jilted by his sweetheart, is aid
ed by virtue of the century plant, to
becomg a mythical prince of Lunat
iinU for the njtfht, at the end of
which h'e is to d.ie tmless he s kissed
by the girl he loves. Mr. Arnold is
surrounded by a large cast of well
known principals and a big chorus.
Each of the three acts offers really
Rotable stage pictures, the tirst "The
lire-iKers,'" Palm 'Beach, then the
beautiful Delft Forest in the mylh-
Ical'country of Lunitanit. the house
boat at the picturesque water fete, a
scene of kaleidspopic beauty and a
banquet on thelayyb In front of "The
Breakers." The musical numbers
are said to possess a merit which
ploselyallles "The Princeof Tonight"
io comic opera. Among the many
song lifts are Tonight Will Sezr
Come Again," "You Won't Know
Anylody There," "Can It Be Love,'?
'Her Eyes Are Blue For Yale," "Fol
low The- Rainbow Trall,"vI Fell In
Love On Monday," "It Is A Dear
Old World After All," and "I Can't
Be True So Far Away."
Will Renominate Congressman
There Js little question but that
Congressman podds will be renomin
ated in the coming primaries. His
record In Washington lias been such
that no conscientious republican
could seriously consider casting his
vote for a new and untried candidate.
Mr. Dodds has been lined up on the
right side of the fence in every con
troversy that has arisen since he
J,ook his seat three years ago. lie
fought the Canadian reciprocity bil
bltterly knowing that it would in
jure the prosperity of Ills ponstituents
and, on tjie oth er hand, has sup
ported the parcels post and postal
savings bank measures, being surp of
their value to the people of his dis
trict, Ie Is a member of the great jucjic
ary committee that handles many
of the most important matters that
are presented to the consideration of
congress, He has served two years cn
the post office and post roads com
mittee, and the experience and
knowledge thus g-ilned makes him a
particularly valuable representative
of our people in matters that pertain
to the postal service.
Mr. Dodds constituents sjiould
show their appreciation of his careful
and honest service by an overwhelm
ing vote at the primary election on
What Mr. Dodds Has Done Fpr His
lias secured three times the usual
number of special pension bills, and
has actively supported all general
Saved the Indian School to Mt.
Pleasant and secured a total of $2.V
000 beyond the regular ijQ1,u,uO approp
riation. Secured $70,000 for a Federal Build
ing at Bik Bapid $10,0iio for a site
at BoyneCity, $50,000 for addition to
Traverse City Federal Building.
, Has Introduced Bills Tor
$S5.000 for 'site and Federal Build
ing at Greenville.
$80,100 for a Federal" Building at
Mr. Dqdds Votes On Important Measures:
Voted for the election of LJ. S. Sen
ators bv direct vote.
Voted for constitutional Amend
ment for Income Tax.
Voted for the Balleoger-Plnchot in
vestigation. Voted for the establishment of
Po-tal Savings Banks.
Voted for the National Conserva
Voted for Payne Tariff best then
possiblo to secure.
Voted for the investigation of the
Voted for Doremus Amendment
free tolls to U.S. ships.
Voted for all Oeueral Pension Legr
Voted fpr Government control of
Voted for General Parcels Post
Voted for National Conservatior
Voted against so:called Canadian
Voted against destruction of Wool
Voted agalsst destruction of Sugar
Every feller at the resort has pro
posed to Miss Pansy Ti obits except-:
Ing one and she is waiting to land
him so she can come home with a
batting average of 1.000.
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DEMAND FOR LOTS.
'JIIE DANCING EIGHT" in "The Prince of Tonight"
At Temple Theatre, Monday, Aug. 19th.
Holy Island Property, Indicative
of Resort Land's Increase
A. L, Lowery, a prominent member
of the Michigan good roads commis
sion and president of the Inter-State
motor Club of Detroit, has started
active pperatlons on the club house on
the north point jf Holy Island. The
club has a beautiful lot of about onp
acre on the site of the old Mormon
fort and their building will be OOxSO
pf full colonial design, stone basement
and first story, and frameseeoud story
an extra wide veranda around the
entire building with sleeping porch
arrangements. Plans'are under way
for a water works system and electric
Ijght current will be furnished by
water power, to be developed on the
sliore close by.
CMeago parties will soon start 'work
on three $3000 Op cottages-on the
yest side of Green Leaf Bouleard
and they will be completed this fall.
Detroit parties have options on six
lots on the east side of the island
pear the oid Ottawa war post. These
parties will also arrive this week and
intend to build soon.
Holy Island was never on the mark
et until repently. I. B. McLean
opened his selling orllce at Charlevoix
last week and since then hi ofjice has
had crowds of visitors daily,
It is interesting to note the in
crease in valups in shore property
around Pine Lake In the last three
years. Land that was bought up for
taxes in 1007 sold this spring for
$1,000 per acre. Orchard property
with Jake frontage, has increased 300
per cent in the same length of tmp.
w hile miles of shore property on b th
arms is not for sale at auv price, lacing
held by capitalists for futher raises
which ar sure to come. Even lands
suitable for tenting purposes are re
ceiving attention the last season and
Hply Island, the only Island in Pine
Lake which was eagerly watched for
years by reporters but va$ never on
the market, has now been put on sale
and has caused a near stampede
among the tourists from Traverse City
It is coming as soon as the cam
paigns are under way, and all good
patriots should prepare for It.
From the candidate for the pres
idency down to a tive-doliar-a-specch
man, you are going to receive pledges
Your wags shr.H be raised.
That butter will drop back to thirty
cants a pound.
That all the trusts arc to be put In
a hole. ' "
That there shall be no more graft
That southern Hoods shall be
That the tariff is to be revised
That, the farmer shall have double
price for Ills pumpkins.
That the ground hog has fooled
this country long enough,
That the senate must be cleaned
That we are on the brink of war.
That it is the other party that has
ruined the lobster industry.
That the beef trust would give a
million dollars to defeat our candid
ate. That without us the country must
go to the dog?.
That the taxes shall go down to a
That the opposition, if successful,
will turn this country over to the
money trust and the Standard Oil Co.
All these things and many more
will be told you, and If America goes
to the dogs because you don't vote
early and often and the straight tick
et, then you are no patriot and de
serve to have no couutry. Michigan
Arc You in the Market?
For a good Engine or Wood Siw at
We have three Steam Engines, five
Gas Engines, four Buzz Saw Out Jits,
Six Cream Separators, leftover from
the sale of our stock. All . for sale
cheap, write us and tell us what you
Ward & Wakp
Srme men make nutters worse If
they try to explain.
Some women are born foolish and
others go out riding In canoes with
Here It Is I
At Last - -1
t A COMB That Is Really
. A COMB that we will t
guarantee and replace if
broken while in use. You
cannot break it without a
5 hammer. j
It costs no more than j
any other and lasts indcf-
Call and let us show you
what it will stand,
Will give you a practical j
J demonstration of each comb
J before you accept it.
J Sec our window display. J
l W. C. SPRING S
Dr. C. H. Ellsworth, Pent.i.st, 10
Baldwin St., Bochester, N. Y., says
Foley "plidnev Puis gave him relief
and strengthened h!m wonderfully.
"I have been bothered with weak kid
neys aud bladder trouble and suffered
much pain. Foley Kidney Pills gave
me iitttijcdiatp, reliefand strengthened
me wonderfully, lum pleased io
recommend their use." 11 lie Drug
Monday Night Aug. 19
LcCOMTE & FLESHER OFFER
The Gorgeous Spectacle
ADAMS. HOUGH & HOWARD
A Musical Gem With a Beauty
Outclassing All Fancies of the Imagination
50 I: Capable Cast
People ' i Beauty Chorus
ALL THE GIRLS ARE DREAMS
$50,000 Musical Fantasy
PRICES: $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c.
Seats Now On Sale at Mack's Jewelry.
Auction of Lots
Steamer HUM will leave city dock at 7:00 a, m.
will leave Island at 3:00 p. m,
A Free Chance on a $500 Lot
TO BE GIVEN AWAY THAT DAY, WILL BE PRESENTED ALL WHO CALL iT
Miss SenecaTs Store, State st.
AND REGISTEK. YOU. MAY BE THE LUCKY ONE.
Also a Beautifully Illustrated History of Holy
Island and King Strang's Buried Treasure, Free.
Everyone Is Invited to the Free Excursion and
the Grand Free Barbecue Dinner. i
t Plenty of Good Music and Entertainment Throughout the Day For Everybody. Don't
J Fail To Call and Register and Spend Another Day On This Beautiful Island Before It Is
t Built Up Into Resort Homes. . t
I COME HEADQUARTERS NOW OPEN. COME X
I NEXT TUESDAY IS THE DAY; DON'T FORGET, f