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EAST JORDAN, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1912.
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Fair A Coming
Just Jordan Will Entertain
Thousand? Next Week
Everything Points to Largest
Crowds in History
Next Tuesday th,e Twenty-eighth
Annua inhibit )f the Charlevoix
County" Agricultural Society will
pommence and never in the hlstorv of
the Society have things indicated a
more successful event than that of the
poming week. '
Ever) thing that could possibly he
dme is being done bv our Fair officiate
to make the event the best ever. With
apoligles to none, tills la the best ad
vertised Fair Charlevoix Counly ever
had. Secretary Squler. who is the
best man In the county to manage the
advertising campaign of such an event
ias left no stone unturned to preach
Charlevoix County Fair East Jordan
--September 10 - 11 - 12 - i:i through
out Northern Michigan. "Working on
the principle that If we evpect people
to come to our Fair we must provide
(i way for them to come, Mr. Squier
arranged with the various transporta?
tion companies for special trains and
boats at reduced rates. Special ex
cursions will be run from Harbor
Springs and Petoskey via Bellalre to
5F.ast Jordan over the Perp Marquette;
from Grayling, Frederic and Alba
over the Michigan Cuntral and De
troit & Charlevoix Railroads; from
Gavlord. Qoyne Falla and Boyno City
pver the Bovne City Gaylord and
Alpena Railroad and the Steamer
City of Boyne; from Charlevoix and
Intermediate points on the Steamer
In the way of attractions, one of the
main ones will be two flights daily by
Fred Dobel In his aeroplane. A com
petent avlafor has been contracted
for this occasion, and harring some
jinforseeo accident these flights will
be made on schedule time. The man
find machine will arrive here in a
special car probaolv this Saturday
night and efforts will be made to have
a trial flight Monday to insue success.
The track events proruiso some good
races, and already horse? are com
mencing to arrive from the various
towns in Northern Michigan.
Out at the grounds are scenes of
activity where the new buildings are
receiving their finishing touches, the
others being repaired and put in good
condition, apd the track and intield
being put in condition for the event.
President Horace Bf Hipp and CfenM
Sup't E. B. Ward are in active charge
of the work on the grounds and are
giving their best efforts.
The road leading from the city to
the ground has had the attention of
qqr city government the past month
and a line crushed, stone road has been
built out, on the State road to the cor
uer. About twenty-five carloads of
crushed stone have been used, the
steam roller worked over it, and a
finer rqad pould not be desireij.
Anyone desiring additional Inform
ation relative to the fair, premium
lists, copies of the official program
etc, should make application to the
Secretary, W. P. Squiers, at Iloom 2
I'ostolljce Llqck, East Jordau.
Robert J. Patrick of Valparaiso,
JR., was stricken with daUi while
on a visit to this city, lato Satur
day night, the cause of his death
b,eing cerebral hemorrhage,
Mr. Patrick arrived in East Jordan
Baturdqy for a brief vacation and
Joined his wife who was guest of her
brother, J. F. Kenny and other rela
tives. He attended the theatre in
the evening and later spent a socl&l
hqur at the Kenny home before retir
ing. Shortly after, he arose and
s;arted to walk across the floor when
he was stricken. Medical aid was
at once summoned hiit.the unfortun
ate niau was beyond recovery.
Deceased was 35 years of age and
jeaves a wife Mrs. Margaret and his
mother. Ills father died only a few
weeks azo. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
were marrjod a little over two years
On Tuesday the body was taken by
boat to Charlevoix and from there to
yalparaiso via Chicago. The re
mains were accompanied by Mrs.
Patrick and Mr. and Mr. J. F.
Kenny and L. M. Pierce of Valparaiso.
WHERE THEY TEACH.
Partial List of East Jordan
. Teachers and Where Ticy Go.
Below Is a partial list of school
teachers, who make East Jordan their
home, and their assignment. Thla
list Is probably Incomplete but If any
are omitted it Is due to oversight.
Maude tross, East Jordan
Marjoric Hoy t. ......... .East Jordan
Catherine Winters East Jordan
. Florence Barrett East Jordan
Martha Freiberg .... .,East Jordan
Flora Porter... East Jordan
Mary PeWItt Jordan River
Esther Monroe Frederic
Louise Gieason No. (1, Chandler
Minnie Gleasou No. 1 Chandler
Gladys Hudkins. ..No. 5 Evangeline
Ethel Northon No. Chandler
Leto Stewart Traverse City
Reta Carr No. 4 Evangeline
vlaurlce Murray, . .No. 7 South Arm
Winnie Maddaugh! No 1 Boyne
Nellie Maddaugh., ..No. 2 Melrose
Mary Gunsolus No. 2 Eveliue
Theresa Phillips Clarion
Mae Stohlman..., ....No. 1 Wilson
Mary Berg Bay Shore
Nannie Davidson. ...No. d Hudson
Hazel Goodman. Antrim Co.
Edna Tompkins near Traverse
Ethel Brintnall......No. 2 So. Arm
Ida Price No. 3 So. Arm
Ethel Crowell No. 5 Hudson
Vida Denning 4 Boyne Falls
Bertha SliJers Traverse City
Mae Stewart attend II. of M.
Joe Whitford....attend Bus College.
The rqarriage of Mr. William Sev
erance son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Severance and Miss Marion Malpass
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. E.
Malpass was solemnized at.' the bride's
home last Wednesday the 4th l the
presence of about fift.y guests mostly
relatives of the contracting parties.
Miss Kate Malpass sister of the
bride was bridesmaid aad John Mal
pass was groomsman.
A little after 2 the bridal party
slowly descended the stairs and eu-
tered the parlor to the strains of
Lohengrin's wedding' march played
by Miss Volet Grigsbv.
First in order were the groom and
groomsman then pretty little Doro
thea In blue bearing the ring, then
the bridesmaid dressed in pink, alba
tross and carrying a bouquet of sweet
peas, followed by Alice Malpass
scattering flowers before the Ofide,
the latter was beautifully gowned In
white albatross with white satin and
bead trimpiin'g and carried a shower
bouquet of American Beauty Roses.
The Rev. A- V Grigsby pastor of the
Presbyleriau church oUlciatcd and thi
ceremony was followed by the usual
congratulations of the many guests.
After this delicious refreshpieuts
The parlor and dining room were
tastefully decorated with asters and
Many useful and beautiful gifts
attested the esteem, felt for the
The best wishes of their many
friends go with them on this new
and Important veuture.
Mr. and Mrs. Severance will reside
in the house near (onnt Rllss form
erly occupied by John Severance.
The guests from outside were Mrs.
Round, Traverse City; Mr, and Mrs.
John Severance, Grayiing and Miss
Isabel Lamport of Manceloua.
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For Fair Week Comprise Three
"Ole Olson" the first of the Swedish
dialect comedy dramas to gain success
and popularity will be played at the
Temple Theatre, Tqesday and 'Wedr
nesday, September IU 11, with
Arthur Lawson as Ole." Gus Heeg
who wrote this play, was the first to
extract comedy and heart. Interest
from the Swedish types of sbaractor,
and Ben Hendricks the first to typefy
the character. 4,01e Qlson" is re
called as an Interesting and pleasing
comedy drama, In which this tvpe of
character is presented wit'i dignity
and uaturainess and at the same time
with a full appreciation of comedv
effects. The plot, which centers
around the trihulatlons of a young
widow and the elTorts of a faithful
young Swedish man whom she has
befrionded to enlighten her burden,
is told with the natural simplicity
that is heart appealing.
Mrs. Jordau, the widow, has almost
overcome the schemes of an unscrup
ulous brother-lu-law, when her first
husband, Jefferson Bassett, whom she
has long believed to be dead, makes
his appearance, and co-operates with
the scoundrel t6 secure a fortune left
her by her second husband. In their
pursuit of this plot they run counter
to the young Swede, who instinctively
dislikes the two rascals and becomes
Mrs, Jordan'sself appointed guardian.
The developement of the Swedish
immigrant from the uncouth and
awkward to the Swedish American
citizen of the last act, is carried along
on lines of mingled comedy and
pathos Miat have '"the simple annals
of the poor" ever In mind. The com
pany engaged Is an excellent one In
every particular and is the only one
authorised to present this play. Mr
Lawson will sing six new songs this
season In his Inimitable style'.'
Manager Adams has secured for
the theatregoers of our city a special
treat In the forthcoming engagement
of the famous Northland story of
'Thelma." This world read book
will be presented In dramatic form
at the Temple Theatre for one night
only Thursday, Sept. J2th. "Thelnja"
ii without doubt the most effective
of Marie Correlli's lighter stories,
and It lends Itself to the dramatist's
scheme, making It a faultless play.
It is a Norwegian tale with a dash
of the weird mysticism of the old
Vikings, the Gods, Odin and Tlior.
The beautiful love story of Thelma
and Sir Phillip Errington, their
marriage and Thelma's unhappy life
in London and the return-of Thelma
heart-broRen to her snow-covered
home in the Alten Fjord, Norway,
followed by her husband to her old
home and their happy reconciliation
by the light of the Midnight Sun.
all presented by a company of com
petent players and mounted with
special scenery for every act.
A powerful side story embraces the
picturesque figure of Olaf Guldmar,
Thelma's father, a decentlcnt of the
Viking Norsemen. Later he U stab
bed to deat h by the w itch and he goes
before he dies aboard his Norse sea
boat, sets it afire anc drifts down
the stream in a crimson shroud of
A scenic production will be given
In detail, the fire ship, the vision of
the deatlirprophesying Valkyre and
the Midnight Sun.
The Shepherd of the Hills.
The Shepherd of the Hills," Har
old Bell Wright's novel, which has
been accorded the largest sale In the
histpry of publishing in America, has
been made Into a play by Mr. Wright
with the assistance of Ells
bury W. Reynolds, It will be seen
for the fir-t time In this city at the
Temple Theatre, Friday, September
It tells a beautiful story jof the
Of ark mountains, a story that holds
the auditor by Its thrills from begin
ning to end. It is unique In character-drawing,
giving to the stage a
somewhat new atmosphere. The
beauty of the Ozark mountain
region lends Itself to some very effects
Ive stage pictures, and Gasklll and
McVltty, the producers, are said to
have given the play an exceptionally
Regular meeting of the City Com
mission held at the Clt nail, Mon
day evening, Anst in, 1912, Absent
Steffes, Hudson and Kenny, No
quorum being present meeting was
Adjourned regular meeting of the
City Commission held at the City
Hall, Wednesday evening, August 28,
Meeting was called to order by
Mayor Steffes. Present, Steffes, Hud?
eon and Kenny; absent, none,
Minutes of last two meetings were
read arid approved.
On motion by Hudson, supported
by Kenny, the following bills were
allowed and the cleric Instructed to
draw orders for same,
E, J. Planing Mills Co.,
survey stakes $
E. Hammond, digging graves
in diphtheria cases....
Fred Miner, supper for elec
tion board ,.
Enterprise Pub. Co., printing
Jno F. Kenny, coal and
Jno F. Kenny, freight advanoed
A. Mockerman, street labor..
Frank Martin, street labor. , .
. 2 CO
Johu Gllin, street labor
Frank Mason, street labor..,
J. II. Sbults, registration ,
books... , ,
Ford Meter Box Co., meter
Peter Weishuhn, supper for
election board ,
Craqdell Packing Co., lip rink
Hersey Mf'gCo., water meter
E. Hammond, work at
E. J. Planing Mills Co.,
heating Hose House...
John Smith, street labor...,
Matthew Beebe. street labor.
E. J. Lumber Co., balance
from 1911...,. .. .....
II. It. Winters, engineering
II. L.- Winters, survey work
Moved by Hudson, supported by
Kenny, that C. C. Mack be allowed
-C0 in addltiou to his salary for the
ensuing year, beginning August 1st,
for collecting water taxes. Carried.
Moved by Hudson, supported by
Kenny, that the Chief of rolice be
instrucud to notify the owners of
the buildings occupied bv the Post
Oflice and the Hite I)i ug Co., to
place proper safeguards in front of
said buildings for public safety.
Moved by Kenny, supported by
Hudson, to adjourn. Carried.
Otis J. Smith.
Balance nn hand Aug.
1 1912.... . $18,558.25
Delinquent Taxes 988.00
Redemption Certificates.... 9.37
Poor Fund 11191
Library Fund Gti.OO
Mortgage Tax 150.50
Inheritance Tax 193.91
County Clerks, costs In the
case of the People vs. Oliver
Allard and Alex Mkawlck.. 31.00
General Fund.. $ 885.81
Poor Fund 1,146.69
Circuit Court Orders , 194.70
Probate Court Orders 29.50
Mortgage Tax ' 74.25
Inheritance Tax, to State of
Michigan 193 91
Balance on hand Sept. I 1912 17,590 5
Dated at Charlevoix, Mich., Sept.
6th, 1912 - .
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend slncer thanks
to the neighbor- and friends and
members of the Masonic and Elks
lodges for assistance and sympathy
extended In our sudden bereavement.
Mrs. Robert Patrick,
J, M. Kenny and family.
Advertised list week ending Aug.
Walter Browo, Mrs. Clara W.
Harry E. Potter, P. M.
F. II. Leonard Delivers Able
Lecture at Temple Theatre.
A lecture on Christian Science was
delivered at the Temple Theatre last
Monday evening by Frank H, Leon?
ard, C. S. B., member of the Board of
Lectureship of the First Church of
Christ, Scientists, of Boston, Mass.
The lecture was under auspices of the
local organization and was quite well
attended. Below is a abort synopsis
of the lecture given:
A Celt being asked to define a critic
responded, "A critic is one who Is most
down on what he Is least up on."
No one has ever believed he has crit
icized Christian Science from the ba
sis of knowing what Christian Science
is. Ignorance of this great subject
can no longer be excused on the basis
of inability to gain correct informa
tion as to what It Is, whence It comes,
and what It accomplishes. Christian
Science lectures are given so that
those who desire may become familiar
with it from the standpoint of those
who haye studied Christian Science,
have applied and proved it.
The Bible teaching, "Ye shall know
the truth, and the truth shall make
you free," Is familiar to all. The
question arises. What are we to know
the truth about, and from what will
tnls knowing freo us? We are to
know the truth about God, and this
knowing will free us from all misap
prehension and false educational the
ory relative to Him, which has held
humanity in bondage and misery,
wretchedness and woe, for unaccount
able generations. .
Mrs. Eddy, started her Investiga
tion with the realization that God is,
and that as cause and effect agree, all
things that really are rnut be like.
God In quality and character. So, In
spite of the testimony of the physical
senses, regardless of the wrong educa,
tion of the ages, she,.,took her stand,
against the things temporal though
seen, and with the substance of things
hoped for but not seenjjnid the result
of this standing revealed to her the
glory of God and the great Truth rela
tive to Him, wnich Is the foundation
of all the redemptive and healing work
that is accomplished in th3 ministry
of Christian Science namely, that
God is infinite Mind.
In reasoning on this subject of God
being infinite Mind as against the be
lief in a personal God, let me ask this
question; Did you ever converse with
the body of a friend? Did you ever
call on a friend, and finding him
sound asleep, draw your chair beside
the couch on wnich he reclined and
engage In an animated half hour's
conversation with his body, and then
leavo h'ra, feeling edified by rea-on of
what you had said and he had not'?
Did you ever pray to the body of God?
Don't you know, when you think of
it. that every prayer or petition In
our highest consciousness that has
been addressed God ward has been ad
dressed unto that. Mind which was
also iu Christ Jesus? We know that
Is where It has been addressed, when
we think of It; for we know It is
Mind thai knows. It i Mind that
thinks, It U Mind that guides,
gpards, governs, controls and protects.
Christian Science. In teaching that
God is Infinite Mind, is not asking
that we worship a new God. It U
simply an imploring appeal that we
lay off our mortal misapprehension
and humanized wrong belief relative
to Him in order that we may know
the God who is unlimited, unconfincd
and everlasting Life, Truth and Love:
for not until c know God In this
infinite way can we possibly conceive
of His infinite capacity, ability and
desire to biessj and not until we do
conceive of this, does it seem the
rational or normal thing to do to go
to Him in our everv hour of trial,
whether that trial ro3y seem to be
mental, moral, physical or financial.
It Is not prejudice that makes the
Christian Scientists stand like a rock
against the suggestion that the reli
gion of Jesus the Christ docs not heal.
It Is the knowledge that theComfortr
er of promise Is In our midst, Script
ure Is fulfilled, and the Word that
heals is doing Us work individually
and collectively for all thos.e who, In
meekness' and humllitv, are willing
to lay self aside and'let the Spirit of
the Christ enter their thought.
To summarize the teaching of
Christian Science relative to reality
and unreality, it means simply,
j Life, Truth and Love are real be
cause they arc like Godj sio Is unreal
I School I
Ye can now furnish
School Supplies of all kinds,
Call and see us before
I and in fact
beginning of J
J Don't fail to call
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W. C. SPRING
because sin It is unlike God. Disease
and pain are unreal because disease
and pain are unlike God. And death.
Is unreal because death Is unlikoGod,
whom to know aright is life eternal
ancl in whom "we live, and move, and
and have our being."
Christian Scientists have had and
still continue to have a love for Mrs.
Eddy that language can never express,
because she has taken us near to God
She has taught u what He is. She
has made Life, Truth, Love, Mind,
living realities, and has taught us
our natural environment and our
In her writings, Mrs. Eddy has set
forth the Truth relative 10 the Spirit
of the Word of our Bible in so simple
and direct a form that he who Is seek
log after Truth in the spirit of the
word, may Itvstantly comprehend, and
the veriest child understand. When
one seeks Truth for Truth's sake, he
will find that th.6 Christian Science
text-bouk unlocks the door which
teads to the straight and narrow way
wherein we shall find the fount of
every blessing of which all may drink
My appeal to you Is that you
procure Christian Science literature
and study it and ponder its teaching,
and then when the time comes that
all seems dark, without a ray of light
as though God had left you and the
waters of adversity had closed over
vodr head, take the Christian Scieuce.
text book, study It, ponder its teach
ing, and In meekest humility and
self-abnegation turn to God even as
it Indicates; and If you do this, you
w ill find, as have the Christian Scien
tists in countless thousands and mil
lions of Instances, that when we take
our burden unto the Lord He who Is
a very "present help in. trouble" we
shall leave it at the foot of the cross
and eotne away in happiness.
Then do we know that the message
of Christian Scieuce is a message of
hope, a message of Joy, a message of
activity. We know It is the glad
tidings that no longer have we an uu
known God that no longer must we
continue to Igoorautly worship. Our
Master said, "Come unto me all ye
that labor and are heavy laden, and
I will give you rest," and a a parting
thought for you, In Uis words, let me
ask you. vBellevest thou this-"'
St. Joseph's Church
RfT. Timothy Krobatb.
Sunday September 8th'.
8:00 A. M. Low Ma.a. .
10:00 A.M. High Mass and Sermon
by Key. Fr. Ilurchard for Holy Name
7:30 P. M. Sermtfri "The Fourth
and Fifth Commaudriients of Soclalr
sts," Reception of new raetpber
Into the Holy Name Society,