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EAST JORDAN, MICHIGAN, SATURbAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
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A Strong Ticket
Able Men Represented in Every
Office, on the Republican
The Republican Ticket to be voted
on next Tuesday . is one that every
man way well feel proud. From Pres
ident to Coroner every office Is repre
sented by tueu vvbo bold tbe confi
dence and respect of those who know
them bent, Personally we believe
that the voters of Charlevoix County
can serv their own Interests the best
HERMAN I. McMILLAN
Fur Representative, Charlevoix District
by voting the wtraight Republican
Our state and national ticket Is too
well known to the voters to need any
further endorsement. For Governor
Ani(w S. Mussellman Is without doubt
the ablest one of the candidates to
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that, but when the voters of Chaile
volx County cast their ballots tor
Mr. Museliiun they do so for ; man
who has business interests in our
county and 'vho Is one of our tax
payers. The people of Charlevoix County
are fortunate In their choice by the
Republicans of Herman I. McMillan
of this city as the. candidate for re-
nrnoanlollia in thn cf'lto lCU' 'A t II fH
Jdr. McMillan Is a very successful
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ousmess man wuu iias niuue kuu hi
every position in which he has been
placed and bis rare combination of
pergonal attraction and sound busi
ness sene, coupled with sufficient
moral stamina to hold to any posl
l ion he deem the one the people he
represents de I re. It should be re
membered, too, that our people have
always favored for U. S. Senator Win.
Alden Smith, and to carry out that
sentiment the votes here must be
cast for Herman I. McMillan.
In the August Primary, the Repub
licans of Charlevoix County placed In
frank d. Scott
For State Senator. 29 tk District
"wnArs the mAttpr?;'
'What's the matter with the Unit
ed States under Taft's administration,
anyhow?" , That is the quostion put
by an inquiring correspondent.
There are loud and vehement wall
Ings about "evils" and .wtourhV and
'slavery. " and the people arc being
tolil 'that the conditions are so bad
that nothing less thun a complete re
versal of present policies, a practical
revolution In our system of govern
ment, can cure them. Hut Is that
true? Or is it mete hysteria, the vain
imaginings of men who are "out"
a id want to get "in?" If you can't
answer those questions, suppose you
&sk a few of t lie people you meet.
Ask the farmer. He will tell you
that the crops this year are worth
99.0nO.Ui0.rKH). That is at least
$000,000,000 more than any farm
yield in any other year and in any
Ask the Iron and steel makers.
They will answei that more tons of
coal, cuke and iron are being con
verted into finished steel than in the
the field candidates whose ability is
unquestioned and who will receive
the hearty support of every loval
For Judge of Probate, tbe Republi
cans offer a new man In the person of
Servetus A. Correll, an attorney, who
finding his profession breaking down
his health, sought relief and found It
In farm life in Charlevoix County.
As a resident of Melrose township he
earned the esteem of his fellow-pien
and has represented that township on
our Board of Supervisors for a num
oer of years. Among the supervisors
bis ability is unquestioned and to
him was left the- solving of many
knotty questions. man of char
acterand ability,' Mr. Correll will
give the people ti Is', best talent in the
administration of the probate c0lc
work. m '. i
The balance of the ticket Is. reprd
rented by men whohave served", the
people of Charlevoix Countv in -tbe
past, and, Laving done their duty and
arved their constituents well stand
as candidates for the various offices
endorsed bv a major fir of the Repub
lican electors of this county.
A much admired gl;l doesn't always
make an admirable wife.
The ooly embarrassment the aver
age man ever feels is of the financial
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DANIES S. PAYTON
For County Treasurer
previous year in this or any other
Ask the riilroad president. He
will tell you that traffic is almost at
the record breaking point for all time.
Ak tlie car and locomotive builders
They will answer that they aie em
ploying three times as many , laborers
as thev were a year ago.
Ask tbe ship builders. They will
answer by pointing out tbe uumber
of vessels on tbe waya sale for every
berth, some of them to foreigu own
Ask the laborer himself. lie will
answer that his average wige is now
greater than ever before and that his
hours of work are shorter.
Ask the banker. He will point to
clearances that mount higher and
hlgtier week by week, a sure barome
ter of the swelling tide in all kinds of
Ask any one except the profession-
For County Clerk
1 Do You
Have you one of those
bronchial coughs that seems
to affect nearly everyone
just at this time?
Do you know that we
have a medicine that acts
almost like magic?
Ask for SPRING'S
COUGH SYRUP and get
Remember, we guarantee
it and will refund your
money if it does not benefit'
Try. it at our risk.
al agitator, and the answer is richer
and bigger and happier and health
ler j-han It has ever been before.
' So, then, what's the matter with
the United States under Taft any
bow? Saginaw Courier Herald.
Household Goods for Sale
Owing to our removal from the City
we, offer a lot of Household goods
for sale al reasonable prices. The lot
Includes a Range. Coal Stove, Wood
Heater. Dining Table and Chairs
Sideboard, China Closet, Redroom
Suite, Rocking Chairs, etc' Must
be sold within the next ten days.
. (adv.! . Att'y A, R. Nicholas, Sr
Occasionally a man has nothing to
say on a subject because be knows all
! W. C. SPRING
Do You Want a Change?
Friends, are you one of that class
who periodically want a change? If
Think the matter over. Are not
conditions pretty favorable to vour
particular case, us a farmer, machanic
laberor or merchant?
Can you hark back to the time when
you received better returns for your
labor? Can you remember what you
got when you voted for a "change,"
and can you call to mind bow rapidly
conditions mended when the people
repudiated democratic free trade?
Do you want to try the "change"
Did you not get enough of it before?
This Is not political "hot air."
The record is written.
Do you want history to repeat It
If Wilson Is elected you know what
you will get.
If Roosevelt is elected God only
knows what, you will get.
IfTaftis re-elected vlth a repub
lican congress, the present general
prosperity will continue.
Do vou want a change?
With Tast certainty. With Wilson
certainty, but of anoter sort. With
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New subscriptions received at th
The supervisors completed their
work Friday atter ono of the most In
teresting and stormiest sessions held
n recent years. The principal bone
Of contention was the country road
uestin and It eemed difficult for
he members to agree upon the
amount to be expended and where to
uild ttie roads. It was finally decid
ed to vtte a tax of two mills, the
money to be equally divided and ex
pended In building a section of good
road from Charlevoix south and east
toward East Jordanj from Royne Cltv
tona'rd Charlevoix on the north of
1 ne Lake; from East, Jordan toward
Royne City and Wilson.
Election of officers resulted in the
qholceof A. E. Cross of Eat Jordan
for superintendent of the poor, I M.
ur.voe bf Charlevoix for number of
the- board of countv school examiners
nd.G. Ellsworth Dutton of Charle
voix. Cliff C. Uurnett of Royne City
hd LeRoy Sherman of East Jordan
folr members of the board of county
canvassers. All the above, with the
exception of Mr. Sherman, are the
resent otllclals and their re-election
will give general satisfaction.
County Normal Notes
Miss Razel Gllmartin substituted
n Miss Jarvls room Tuesday runni
ng of last week.
Miss Illmes received very interest
ng letters from Mary Dunlop, who is
caching near East Jordan, and Zoe
Rurnettof Hay Shore, botli of the
class of 1910; Miss Rurnett has thlrtv-
five or forty pupils enrolled.
Wednesday October 23rd, was the
annual meeting of school officers of
Charlevojx County. Mr. Lasher, aud
tor or the state department of public
nstructlqi, had charge of the meet
ng. Thij meeting was held in the
normal room as the Supervisors were
In session at th? court house. Tlie
normal ehiss served coffee and dough
nuts as the officers arrived. The
meeting was helpful as well as inter
A letter was received from Lila
Get the better of yourself before
iome other fellow beats you to It.
NINE MILES GOOD ROADS.
Supervisors Finally Decided
That Distance for Next Year.
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Hfliang VM&lf J- Grape
Ho Mum Ipf
Gray, class of '12, who Is teaching In
tbe McGeagh school, south of Charle
voix. She has four eighth grade
The normal class visited the Roard
of Supervisors on Tuesday. They
were discussing the question of ap
propriations to bo mude for tlie
western Michigan Developeiuent Ru
reau. The class enjoyed the discus
sion very much.
Agnes Worth has returned to
school after being absent on account
of her sister's illness.
In addition to the criticism he is en
titled to, every tuau gets a lot that he
can't account for. .
A baby yells because something
worries It, but a. college youth yells
bacause he hasn't any better sense.
The fellow who Is cornered doesn't
think he's getting a square deal.
Small favors are thankfully received
but often unthankfully remembered.
It's rude In a guet to look at the
initials on borrowed spoons and ask
what they sfaud for.
EAST JORDAN DRUGGIST
J. Gldley, deserves praise from
East Jordan people for introducing
here the simple buckthorn .bark and
glycerine mixture, known as Adler-i-ka.
This simple German remedy
first became-famous by curing appen
dicitls and it Iris now been discov
ered that A SINGLE POSE relieves
sour slotuachr gas on the stomach
and constlpatlua INSTANTLY, (adv)
HERE ARE SOME OF THE NEW, UP-TO-DATE,
AND ATTRACTIVE THINGS!
FOR LADIES' WEAR
NEW SUITINGS in the latest Fall shades
Blue, Brown and other attractive colors. Priced at
from 40c to $250 per yard.
BEAUTIFUL NEW SWEATERS- Women
demand style as well as comfort in Knitted Jackets now
adays, and they get it in Lake Superior Sweater Coats.
Thee coats have the real smartness and the careful
shaping that make them quick movers in any store.
Special prices $3.00 to $5-00.
HANDSOME NEW SHOES Women's shoes of
superior style, quality and workmanship. For today
we will particularly feature our immence assortment of
popular priced footwear. There are many new and en
tirely different models represented which should, please
thu most fastidious. The leathers are tan calf and gun
metal, patent colt and vici kid.
The styles are short vamp with or without tips or
medium length vamp wjth semi-receding toes, cloth or
mat calf top; button styles mostly. Heels much lower. Priced at 3.00, $3.50,
$1.00. Our extra fine footwear. The footwear with distinction. All tlio very
newest lasts,Jaristrocratic in appearance, but not overly conHpicuous. We show
these stylish lasts in many leathers.
Splendid new line of furs. Prices from $3,00 to $25-00-We
promise you the newest things in all departments.
QUALITY FIRST OF ALL."
FRED E. BOOSINGER