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EAST JORDAN. MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1912.
at Our Fair
Complete List of Those Who
Wnn lrimliim at the 1912
Exhibit of the Charlevoix
' TUe matter of compiling the below
' Rt of those who won premiums at
the Twenty-eighth Exhibit of the
Charlevoix Countv Agricultural So
ciety has been no small matter, and
our thanks are due Secretary W. P.
Squter and his corps of able assistants
for spending several days la prepar
ing the Ust, without any compensa
In the poultry department, Mr.
Shultztouk approximately one hund
red tirst and about that uumuer sec
JOHN FARRELL, Central Lake.
Second Prize: Stallion 3 years old
or over. Draft.
EAST JORDAN LUMBER CO., East Jordan
First Prize: Mare Colt, 2 years old.
Draft Horse. First: Team of Draft
FRANK MYERS, East Jordan.
Second Prize: Mare Colt, 2 years old.
JACOB KELLER. Fast Jordan.
First Prize: Colt, ti months or under.
Draft. First: mare with foal at side.
CHARLES MORSE. Central Lake.
First Prize: general purpose horse,
coltG months old or under. First:
best peck of early ruse potatoes. First:
best six turnip beets. First: brst two
hubbard squash. First: besn two yel
low squash. First: best two roots
salsify. First: test pair bull Orphi ng
tons; Second: tfereral purpose horse,
mare 3 years old or over: Second: best
ilx red tomatoes.
NAT BURNS, Charlevoix.
First Prize: general purpose horso.
First: team of mares 4 yars oid or
over In harness. First: best display
Alexandra apples. First: best display
Ftcd Astrachan apples. Second: bst
display of at least G varieties of plums.
HORACE HIPP, East Jordan.
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olii or over.
" A. M. MURPHY. East Jordan.
.' First Prize: L'eldintf colt I year old,
' carriage horse.
WM. BOWEN, Central Laket
' ' First Prize: jaclc ass. First: team
of mules. First: ram lamb, Oxford
Down. 'First: 3 ewes I year old, Ox
ford Down. First: 3 ewe Iambs, Ox
ford Down. First: boar 1 year or over
Jersey Red. First: sow 1 year or over
Jersy lied. First: sow under 1 year,
Jersey Red. First: litter of not less
than 3 pig under 0 months Jersey Red
First; best pair white turkeys. First:
best pair of white turkey pullets.
FRED WHITE. Charlevoix.
First Prize: draft horses, stallion
3 years old or over. First: general
purpose horse, stallion 3 years old or
over. First: carriage hurst, mare 2
years old. Second: draft horse, colt
6 month9 or uruk'r. Second: carriage
horse, gelding 3 years or over. Second:
.carriage horse, mare 1 year old.
V " HENRY NOWLAND, East Jordan.
First Prize; carnage horse, stallion
3 years old or over. First: carriage
horse C months or under. First: cart
riage horse, mare with foal at sidy.
Second: general purpose horse, stal
lion 3 years old or over.
FRANK SHEPARD, East Jord3n
V First Prize: carriage horsos, team
4 years or over in harness.
A- J. WELDY, Boyne City,
First Prlz': general purpose horse
mare 3 years or over. First; Poland
China pig, boar one year old ,or over.
Second: general purpose horse, mare
2 years old or over. Second: Poland
China pig, sow 1 year old or over.
r GEORGE VANCE. East Jordan.
First Prize: general purpose, horse,
mare 2 . years old. Central purpose
horse, mare with foal at sldo. Twelve
c;its yellow dtut corn. Peck of early
, Michigan potatoes. Peck of Reautv
of Hebron potatoes. Three ruta bagas.
blx short' carrots. Six sugar bePts.
Six mangel wurlzcl beets Six parsnips.
Second Prize: general purpose hoise.
colt months or under. General pur
pose horse, mare with foal at side.
UortUorps, bull 3 yean old or over.
Twelve eara whit dent com, Six half
long carrots. Two pumpkins.
WM. WITHERS. East Jordan.
, First Prize: Largest display of ap
ples by any one person. Largest dis
play of pears by any one person. Dis.
play of at least G varieties plums.
Second Prize: General purpose team
4 years old or over.
W, E. WILKINSON, Central Lake.
First Prize: Team of Shetland
ponies. Shetland mare, 3 years old.
Display of at least t varieties of apples
by any one persou. Display of at leasr.
4 varieties of apples by any one per
son. Display of Pen Davis apples.
Display of Northern Greening apples.
Second Prize: Shetland mare 3 years
old. Display of at least 4 varieties of
MRS. ED BELLINGER. East Jordan.
First Prize: Caa of peas, strawber
ries, tomatoes, huckleberries, beans,
corn. One quart cucumber pickles,
tomato pickles, mixed pickles, vege
table pickles, fruit pickles, mustard
pickles. Finest quilted quilt. Slum
ber robe. Table cover, any work.
Sola pillow, huckabuck. Ribbon
llowers. Second Prize: Can of goose
berries, raspbKiries, blackberries. One
quart beet pickles. Fancy ulghtdresb.
Speciment of Hardanger work. Speci
men of Stenciling. Sofa pillow em
broidered. Sofa pillow faucy. any
work. Display of art llowers.
MRS. A. E. CROSS, East Jordan.
First Prize: Sample of salt rising
bread. Loaf of cake. Second Prize:
Sample of graham bread. Plate of
MRS. MARGARET BRINTNALL. E. Jordan
First Prize: Loaf of bread (White
Rose). Loaf of bread (Iron Duke).
Center piece, any work. Embroidered
corset cover. Photo box. Second I'rize:
Specimen of burnt work.
FRED CROWELL, Hast Jordan
First Prize: Cow 4 years oid or over.
WILLIAM WALKER. East Jordan
First Prize: Hull 3 years old or over.
Cow 2 years old or over.
E. W. LANE. Eait Jordan .
First Prize: Shropshire Down, ram
2 years old or over. Shropshire Down,
ram lamb. Shropshire, 3 ewes 2 years
old or over. Shropshire Down, 3 ewes
1 year old. Chester White, sow under
1 year old. Chester White, litter of
not less than 3 pigs under C months
old. Second Prize: Grades. 3 ewes 2
years old or over. Chester White sow
under 1 year old.
WILLIAM THOMPSON, East Jordan
First Prize: Grades, ram 2 years old
or over. Grades, 3 ewes 1 year old.
Grades, 3 ewe lambs. Second Prize:
Shropshire Down, ram 2 years old or
CHARLES SEE, Charlevoix
First Prize: Hampshire Down, ram
2 years old or over.
JOHN SILVER, East Jordan
First Prize: Grades, ram lamb.
Grades: 3 ewes 2 years old or over.
Second Prize: Grades, ram lamb.
M. J, STALEY, East Jordan
First Prize: Poland China, boar un
der 1 year. Poland China, sow under
1 year. Berkshire, sow 1 year oid or
over. Second Prize: Poland China, sow
under 1 year.
GEORGE WILLIAMS, East Jordan
First. Prize: Poland China, sow 1
year old or over. Poland China, litter
of not less than 3 pigs under 0 months.
Second Prize: Poland China, boar un
der 1 yeat.
II, W. SHULTZ. Middleton.
First Prize: Poultry Department.
MRS. WM. F. JOHNSON, Charlevoix.
First Prize: Pair American S. C.
Rhode Island Red. Specimen of
llardatnrer work. Specimen of knit
ted edging. Specimen of hemstitch
ing. Handerchief tatting. Handker
chief drawn work. Sfcond Prize;
pr, American S. C. Rhode Island Red.
Specimen of knitted edging.
MRS. ALTAII BOICE. Central Lake.
First Prize: Pair" Golden Seabright
Rantains. Display of Wolf River ap
ples. Display of Clapp's Favorite ap
ples. D'splay of crab apples. -J.
R. COOPER. Charlevoix
Diploma: Rest If II. p. engine.
Rest 2 or 3 cream separators.
MARION CENTER GRANGE, Charlevoix
First Prize: Largest display of grain
by any grange. Largest display of
canned fruit by any grange. Second
Prize: Largest display of vegetables
by any one grange.
FRANK REISER, East Jordan
First Prize: One fourth bushel of
red winter wheat. One fourtli bushel
of Spring wheat. Collection of pota
toes not less than six varieties. Peck
of late potatoes. Peck of Sir Walter
ftalelgli potatoes. Peckof Early Ohio
potatoes. Peck of Runt I New Yorker
potatoes. Peek of Uncle Sam potatoes.
Peck of Rural Rlush potatoes. Second
Prize: Peck of Rail Orange potatoes.-
HERMAN BARBER. Boyne City
First Prize: One fourth bushel of
winter rye. Twelve ears white dent
corn. Twelve ears strawberry dent
corn. Three half long carrots. Teck
of Vlck's early potatoes. Second Prize:
Three white carrots.
MRS. W. L. BARKLEY, East Jordan
First Prize: One fourth bushel col
lored beans. Twelve ears of sweet corn
Twelve ears pop corn. Feck Maggie
Murphy potatoes. Three, flat turnips.
Three sweet turnips. Three white
carrots. Six long cucumbers. Six short
cucumbers. Two summer squash.
Two pumpkins. Loaf of bread (Light
House). Second Prize: Two hubbard
MRS. WALTER BLACK. Charlevoix
First Trize: Greatest display of can
ned fruit by any ono person. Can of
gooseberries, tomatoes, currants and
W. E. HUTTON. East Jordan
First Prize: Can of blackberries.
Sample of dried berries. Fine woolen
mittens.- Hat pin holder. Second
Prize: Heavy woolen mittens.
MRS. E. B. WARD. Charlevoix
First Prize: Cotton quilt with great
est number of pieces, fcecoud Prize:
MRS. B. E. WATERMAN. East Jordan
First Prizes: Center piece, Mt. Mel
lick. Fancy ladies skirt. Dresser cov
er. Embroidered chiffonier cover.
MRS. W. P. SQUIER. East Jordan
First Prize: Pair of fancy drawers.
Embroidered towel. Embroidered sofa
pillow. Second Prize; Crocheted hand
PANIEL ISM AN, ElUwortlj.
First Prize: Twelve ears yellow 8
SOUTH ARM GRANGE. East Jordan.
Firsts Prize: General display of
fruit. Largest display of vegetables
by. any one grange. Second Prize:
Largest display of grain by anv one
grange. Third Prize: Largest display
of canned fruit by any grange.
J. II. LAN WAY. East Jordan
First Prize: Peck of millet seed.
Two long pumpkins. Two western
hardshell pumpkins. Two' citrons.
Second Prize: Three Mangel wurzel
beets. Two pumpkins. Two yellow
S. E. ROGERS. East Jordan
First Prize: Peck or early potatoes.
Peckof Rails Orange potatoes. Couch
covor. Specimen u'r oattenburg work
Handkerchief:, henistiched. Fancy
comfortable. Second Prize: Peck of
Reauty of Hebron potatoes, speci
men of hemstitching. Hauderctiief,
11. L. OLNEY. East Jordan
-First Prize: Three late cabbage.
Three early cabbago. Three cauli
flower. Six Red tomatoes. Peckof red
onions. Peck of white onions. Two
watermelons. Two muskmelons. Dis.
of Maiden Blush apples, Sweet Rouh
apples, Pewaukee apples. Display of
at least 4 varieties of peaches. Plate
of any variety of peaches.
MRS. M. RUHLING. East Jordan
First Prize: Cotton quilt. Table
cloth aud 0 napkins,-' hemstiched.
Lunch cloth, any work. Waist french
embroidered. Sheets and pillows hem
stitched. Specimen of Irish, crochet.
Hand bag. Embroidered bows. Sec
ond Prize: Display of canned fruit
entered by one person.
MRS. DAVID RAINEY, East Jordan
First Prize: Four pound fancy print
butter. Plate of biscuits. Loaf of
EMMA SEVERANCE, East Jordan
First Prize: Sample of graham
bread. Waist wallachlan embroidery.
Handkerchief, point lace.
LOREN FROST, East Jordan
First Prize: Gallon crock butter.
Can of plums beet pickles. Heavy
woolen mittens. Fancy corset cover.
Specimen of crochet edging. Second
Prlzp; Can of strawberries, huckle
ourries. Cotton quilt.
IRONTON GRANGE. Ironton
Second Prize; Greatest variety of
canned fruit by any grange.
MRS. FRANK COOK. East Jordan
First Prize; Quilt by lady 70 years
old or over. Second Prize; Cotton
OjUllt with greatest number of pieces.
E. II. CLARK. East Jordan
First Prize: Display of (apples) King
Tompkins Co., Northern Spy, Wag
ner, Golden Russett", Greeni ngs.Snow,
Talman Sweet, Fall Pipin, Roxburger
Russett, St. Lawrence, Spltzcnhurg,
Canada Red, Autumn Strawberry,
Gideon, lied Rretigheimcr, Railey
Sweet, Grimes Golden. Jonathan.
Second Prize: Largest display of ap
ples by any one person.
MRS. C. A. BRABRANT. East Jordan
First Prize; Specimen of rag car
pet. Sweater. Specimen of netted
work. Specimen of stenciling. Speci
men of cros- stitch. Gighman sofa
pillow. Second Prize; Giugham sofa
pillow. I'm cushion.
MRS. J. MUMA. East Jordan
First Prize; Shppers. Kitchen apron.
Specimen of coronation work. Speci
men of etched work. Laundry Rag.
Animal piece. Painting in water eol
lors. Second Prize; Kitchen apron.
Pillow cases, monogram. Handker
MRS. A. E. CAMERON. East Jordan
First Prize; Drawn work table
cloth. Centerpiece, oattenburg. Cen
ter piece, wallachlan. Trav cloth,
embroidered. Set of G matched doilies
Table cloth and 6 napkins, embroid
ered. Table cloth and ( napkins,
monogram. Side board cover, drawn
work. Side board cover, embroidered.
Infant's fancy blanket. Infant's fancy
dress. Fancy night dress. Sheets and
pillow cases, embroidered. Pillow
cases, monogram. Towel, monogram.
Specimen of puuch work. Specimen
of eyelet embroibery. Specimen of
wallachlan embroidery Specimen of
burnt work. Specimen of french em
broidery. Second Prize; Center piece
any work. Center piece, colored any
work. Fancy drawers. Fancy apron.
Towel embroidered. Specimen of
orientlal weaving. Hand bag.
MRS. M. ROBERT MORRIS. East Jordan
Second Prize; Center piece, corona
tion. Specimen of eyelet embroidery.
Specimen "of crochet edging. Speci
men of french embroidery.
MRS. II. W. DICKEN, East Jordan
First Prize; Center piece, corona
tion. Centerpiece, french embroidery.
Fancy apron. Specimen of oriental
weaving. Pin cushion. Second Prize:
Tray cloth, embioldery. Corset cover
erabroidertd. Dresser cover, embroid
ered. MRS. JOHN BURNEY, East Jordan
First Prize; Drss. embroidered.
Sheets and pillows, drawn work. Pil
lowcases, embroidered. Specimen of
shadow embroidery. Specimen of
Mt. MclllcW. Seoond Prize; Towel,
MRS. T. P. BENNETT. East Jordan
First Prize; Sofa pillow, any work.
Largest display of cut flowers. Sec
ond Prize; Pillow cases embroidered.
Specimen of netted work.
MRS. FRANK BROTHERTON. East Jordan
First Prize; Landscape In oil (nat
ure). Portrait In pastel color.
WINNIE MOLLARD, East Jordan
First Prize: Rest book of drawings.
MABEL KING, East Jordan
Second Prize: Rook of drawings.
ANNA JAMISON. East Jordan
First Prize; Specimen of work in
ARLINE HAMMOND. East Jordan
Second Prize; Specimen of worK in
EARNEST PEASLEY. Charlevoix
First, Prize; Specimen of card sew
ing. Also sweepstakes.
GRACE WHITE. East Jordan
First Prize; Rook of Rotanlcal
drawings. Second Prize; Rook of
MARY WELDY, East Jordan
First Prize; Rook of Zoology draw
ings. Second Prize; Rook of Rotauical
MINA STEWART. East Jordan
First Prize. Rook of Chemistry.
FERN HOWARD. East Jordan
First Prize; Rook of Physicial Geog
raphy. PRUDY CALKINS. East Jordan
Socotid Prlzo; R ol Pnyslcal Geog
raphy. ADMINISTRATOR SALK
. House and lot situated on Second
Street, lot nine and ten, Rlock five,
Nlcholls first addition to the City of
East Jordan formerly owned by Juli
ette Watklos deceased.
Inquire of Jon Enoland,
Monday, Sept. 30th. is the date
when J. Leahy, the Optometrist, will
again be at the Russel House, will
remain one day only; headache cured,
crossed eyes straightened. Fitting
children's eyes a specialty, glasses
guaranteed to til.
, Stops Scalp Itch.
It is simply wonderful how Zemo
goes after dandruff. You rub a little
of it In with tip ofythe ringers- It
gets right down Into the glands, stim
ulates them, stops the itch, and
makes the head feel tine. No, it isn't
sticky! Zemo is a fine, clear, vanish
ing liquid. You don't have to even
w ash your bauds after using Zemo.
And wltat a wonder it is for eczema,
rath, pimples and all skin afflictions.
A 25-cent bottle at W. C. Spring's
Drug Store, is guaranteed to stop any
Zemo Is prepared by E, W. Rose
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is
repularly sold by druggists at $1 a
bottle. Rut to prove what it will do
at trifling expense, Zemo is now put
up in twenty-live cent trial bottles.
At Empey Rros. can be found the
genuine Columbia Carpet, fast colors
with ingrain weave and reversible at
the very low price of 35c.
$80,000,000.00 Lost Annually By
Dr. Sadler estimates that about
$?0 000.(K)0.00 in wages is lost an
nually to the American people as a
direct result of colds. Lost time
means lost wages aud doctoring is
expensive. LTse Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound promptly, It will
stop the cough, and heal the sore and
dllamed air passages. Hite's Drug
Duy Crooks or Circungs Is the
best kind of cook stove wood for sale
25 cents per load East Jordan Coo
I have Fruit. Lands, Lakjp Shore
Farms, Improved Farms and City
property in all parts of Charlevoix
County to sell or trade. Also farms
and business chances anywhere In
Unltod States. Joel Johnston
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that thera Is absolutely no compnrison it's in a dust all It Use!.
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SASlfc 1 UUl LCalCI f!rfi vnti no
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Use BUck Silk Air-Dry Inc Iron Enamel for crates,
fenders, registers, stove pipes, etc. Prevents rirstinir,
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tlossy black surface. Can, wi:h brush tor applying
enamel, only 25 cents. Ask your dealer.
Use Clack Silk Metal Polish fr nickel, brass. !lver
ware or tinware.' It has no equal for usa on automobiles.
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jto affect nearly everyone
just at this time?
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Ask for SPRING'S
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Try it at our risk.
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U. .A Smith, Rridgeton, Ind., had
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'1 began to get better at once, and
now all my trouble has left me and I
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I rest well at night aud though 59
years old, can now do the work of a
man of 35 years. 1 would like to be
the means of others getting benefit
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Stove Polish j
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