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EAST JORDAN, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1912.
Y. M. C. A.
Circuit Court Jurors.
County Organization Effected
The inni'er.t of the Y. M. C. A.
county C'jmtnltte-s met at. 3 yne City
Saturday to plan for future work. It
vra found upja IneeHllgiU-ui that
enough money had bteo raised by
pledges to warrant permanent organ
isation and It is hoped to begin work
by December 1.
A constitution, similar In form to
that followed in the other couutles,
was adopted. The o ulcers as chosen
for the ensuing ye;ir an A. h'. Coulter
Cluilcvoix. president; Hou. W. J.
Pearson, lioyrie Falls, vice-president;
Harry Potter, East Jordan, secretary,
and S. C. Smith, Doyne City, treas
urer. The executive comrnittco will
c insist of the above named officers
and W. M. Shaw and W. II. Whit
of Boyue City. Hon. A Buttars and
R. W. Kane of Charlevoix and W. P.
Porter of East Jordan. It was auth
orized this committee to engage a
permanent secretary and begin work
as oon h jvissible. "
Secretary Van DIs of the Boys' de
partment of the State Y, M. C. A.
was present and fully explained how
the work had been successfully car
ried out in other counties of the state
and t lie members of the committee
feel sure the work will be a success
in tills county, Not only the boys
living in the city but those in Uh
country districts will te reached and
given a chance to take advantage of
the epportuuite this organization
Several of the plums are exceed
ingly good for heduresand windbreaks.
At, the same tlrue they give fairly
. good crops. .Among the very best for
this purpose are Lombard, or Bleek
er. as it is called In New York. This
tree is given to suckerlng, and will
grow anywhere, and it will bear pro
fusely under most adverse conditions.
In twoor three cases where It was
Inclined to get out of bonds I have
allowed it to make as much growth
as it pleased after its own wild taste.
It will bear on t wigs 5 -or 0 fret
high, and will load down branches
that tret up to 15 feet Such a hedge
need not be tri aimed except to oc
casionally cut out a broken or rirad
limb. You must however be on the
lookout not to let it take possession
of pore soil than vou can afford to
Cue's Gohlendrop ! another plum
that you can let take care of It-elf
until it formes a good, 8 tout wind
brrak, arid it will give annually a bg
load of )lums. The Damsons, all of
them, will make hedges and some of
them will give loads of plums at the
same time. Victoria is another, a
large magnificent red plumb, and this
also likes to bear in the hedge style.
Washington is another. This is a
superb plum, and very productive.
The Japanese hybirds give us quite
a number that will make good hedges
If you can get them in their own
roots, I have not been aole as vet
to do this, except with Abundance
It is not at. all ditllcult to get Lom
bard, Coe and the Damsons to root
above the graft. I imagine that Fel
lenburg would be an ideal tree for
the purpose If you could get Hon its
Trees should be set about 5 feet
apart and allowed considerable In
dividuality. Their limbs will soon in
terlock, hut it must not be lett to form
a mere snarl of ventilation. Guidance
and trimming should be given con
tlnually. A whole row, when grown,
should present very much the ap
pearance of a single well-trimmed
tree. Such a hedge may be as neatly
ornamental a one of privet or hem
Jock', only tt is allowed to grow up
and bear fruit serving as a wind
break as well as hedge.
Were t not for the lazy men In the
world lots of labor saving devices
would never been Invented.
Mrs. Emma Maier. C27 N. 7th, St
Sprlngtield, III., say her kidney
trouble resulted from an operation;
"From then until 1 used Foley Kid
ney Pills I did not know what a well
day was. Then my backache left me
that tired dragged down reeling was
gone, I slept soundly and awoke re
freshed. I bad ro more headache or
flzzv spells. Safe and ure. Try
Gentlemen of the Jury. Court will
convene Monday December the 2nd.
I N.Conrad Boyne City, 1st Ward
Harry Ilothenburger Boyne City 2nd
B.vron J. Quick Boy no City, 3rd Ward
Wro. Isaman Bone City. 4th Ward
Root. W. Paddock Charlevoix 1st
John Withers Charlevoix, 2nd Ward
John Burns Charlevoix, 3rd Ward
Charles Brown East Jordan, 1st Ward
Oscar Mackey East Jordan, 2nd Ward
Anton Walstad East Jordau, 3rd Ward
Charles Ilntt Wilson
Charles Juesky Bay
Herman Houseman Boyne Valley
Samuel Davis. Chandler
Emmet Coulter Charlevoix
V i r'g i l G r i d ley Evangel I n e
William II Johnson Eveline
Albert O'Brien Hays
A. B. Woodward Hudson
J. II. O'Neil Marion
Delbert Hlnkley ..Melrose
Amidon B. Stafford Norwood
John C, Gallaeer .. ..Pealne
James Lee Winnie St. James
Daniee S Payton
He is a successful farmer who is
rtble to raise a mortgage.
A girl seldom scores a hit If she
throws herself at a man's head.
There is a great deal of flapdoodle
about the Mad Hush of the city, as we
are reminded everytime an inflated
cleikiiug returns to his home town
and fl'uls fault because it is Too Slow.
As a matter of fact, there are all sorts
of people in the city. Including some
much slower than those to he found
around an isolated crossroads, and it
is the observation of one who has
worked in both places that the popu
lation of the small town put in hard
er licks than their city cousins who
migiit be following a similar occupa
tion. There being less to distract at
tention, it-u natural enough for the
rural resineuts to labor longer in the
vinevard, and a g.ol deal of the Mad
iiusii of the city is devoted to getting
homM on time to dress to come down
to wn again, or to get down in time
the next morning after sta)ing out
Twinges of rheumatism, backache.
stiff joints and shootiug paing all
show your kidneys are not woiklng
right. Urinary irregularities, loss of
sleep, nervousness, weak back and
sore kidneys lell the need of a good
reliable kidney medicine. Foley Kid
ney Pills are tonic, strengthening,
and restorative. They build up the
kidneys and regulate their action.
They will give you quick relief and
contain no habit forming drugs.
Hite Drug Store. (adv.)
Do You Ever:
is nothing that will give so J
much real enjoyment in a
It is enjoyed from the J
youngest to the oldest of J
Call and let us show you J
the Victor Victrola, the S
machine without the horn. 1
The plainest machine on
earth and so reasonable
price that anyone
Call and let us show you J
i a Victor Victrola.
I W. C. SPRING I
Regular meeting of the City Com-'
mission nld at the City Hall, Mon
day evening. November 18. 1012. Ab
sent, Steftes, Hudson and Kenny. No
quorum being pnsenl meeting was
Adjourned regular meeting of the
City Commission held at theCity Hall,
Tuesday evening, November 19, 11)12.
Meeting was called to order by May
pro tern Hudson. Present, Hudson
and Kenny (2); absent, Steffes (1).
Minutes of last meeting were not
Moved by Hudson supported br
Kenny, that M. J. Qulun be granted
permission to tap the sewer on- Gar.
Held street. Carried.
On motion by Hudson supported by
Keuny, the following bills were allow.
ed and the clerK instiucied to draw
orders for same.
City Tieas. payment of stre3t
labor $ 20.t50
City Treas., election and reg
istration expenses 81 00
Geo. Carr. broken window.... 9.1.r
James B. Clow, and sons, balance
on acc't. ..... f 18
Stmuel La Fave, tixlug drain 3.00
G. J. Planing Mills Co., repairs
on power house .75
E. Hammond, selling cemetrv
A. Walsted, repairing steam
G. A. Lisk, printing 12.25
Dan Goodman, indse 47 49
Fred Bisonet, spriukling streets .50
C. C. Mack, salary 228.
E. J. Hose Co. Price tire and
raise alarm 29.00
H. L. Winters, ervice as
Mrs. E. Newson, supper for
election board 3.50
Chris Taylor, supper for
election board 3.50
Fred Miner, supper for elec
Moved bv Hudson, "support ed'by
Kenny, that the City Attorney be in
structed to draft an ordinance, com
pelling ihe removal of all poplar trees
where they Interfer with sewers, wat
er mains, sidewalks or pavements and
the further planting of such trees
where similar conditions may arise.
Moved by Hudson, supported bv
Kenuy to adjourn. Carried.
Otis J. Smith,
Irl R. Hicks
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J Leahy, the Optometrist, will
again be at the Itussel House Mon
day, Nov. 25th., until Tuesday night.
Headache cured, crossed eyes straight
ened, tilting children's eyes a special
ty .t Glasses guaranteed to.flt.
Notice Citizens Mutual
I have started suit against 100 pol
icy holders and shall sue all who do
not pay. Keturn day at Cheboygan
Noy. 22, at Petoskey Nov. 20, at Char
levoix Nov. 29. Any wishing to look
over the books are welcome.
Jesse L. Bararr,
Even If a man Is a "big gun
wolf may camp on his doorstep.
Mr?. Teter Holan, 11501 Buckcjo
Road, S. E., Cleveland, O.. had a lit
tle son with a bad case of whooping
cough. She says: 'He coughed until
he wa blue In the face. I gave hlra
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
and the hrst few doses had a remark
able and almost Immediate effect.
A few more doses cured him. Yea,
Indeed 1 can recommend Foley's Hon
ey and Tar Compound." In the yel
low package. Jlitei Drugstore, (adv.)
1 3v) "
Main Street, Looking North From State Street, Showing Part of New Pavement.
Presbyterian Church Notes
Rev. A. D. Grigsby. Pastor.
Everyone Is reminded that. Thurs
day next is Thanksgiving day and
agreeable with our own Instincts of
what is right and tilting and in com
pliance with t he proclamation of the
Governor a union service will be held
In the Presbyterian Church at 10:30
prompt. 'Rev. T. Porter Bennett will
preach the sermon. The public are
urged to make an effort to be present
and prepared with an offering to help
make someone who is poorer and per-haps-hnngrr
"and suffering a little less
sad at this Thanksgiving season.
Usual services in Presbyterian
Church next Sunday, both morning
and evening and the pastor will
preach. Every one invited and hearti
All women love a lover but most
married men feel sorry for him.
Many a man who marries and set
tles down merely subs'des under pres
sure. Ma.'iy an indulgent husband is that
way only when he faces the bartender
- Most men would rather give their
wives credit for wh'at Hiey do than io
give them money. ;
It's human nature to want , to pro
tit by the mistakes of others rather
than by our own. . . .
James Therlo, Iron River, Mich., 11
say of Foley's Hooey and Tar Com
pound: "This winter" both my child
ren and I were trouMed with bad
coughs. We used Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound and it promptly cured
us. I can recommend it as a good
cough and cold cure." Contains no
opiates. Hites Drug Storo. (adv )
The airship chauffeur looks down
on the chap who run- an automobile.
Soon after marriage a girl's brain
ceases tob a dream factory.
Empky Bros, arc not surpassed in
this country for Bugs. They are cer
tainly head quarters for Bugs of all
sizes. 27x54, :U3x72; hft. ;in.xl0ft. Gin
0x12. They certainly have the prices
and I think you will be amply reward
ed by looking over their slocK. (adv.)
No amount of culture will -make a
mau stop snoring in his sleep..
The easier it is to rc-rorru a man the
oftener you'll have to do it.
Wanted .Reliable, man, with
team, to operate mv farm near East
Jordan, known as the E. L. Burdick
place, for the coming year on share?,
S. F. Gagnon,
Traverse City, Mich , iu care of
Park Place Hotel. (adv.)
I Those Chill November Blasts Fortell Winter Days I
You Must Prepare for Weeks of j
Cold Weather I
This store, ever mindful of the many things that "add to comfort and
happiness, is ready to serve your needs. Here you can procure new dependable
goods of standard make and superior quality at prices that mean a snug saving.
Better come in and investigate.
Every article on our floors, counters and shelves is guaranteed by us to be
as we tell you. Our goods have been seclected to please our customers and to
make us friends among those we serve. "
These items aro timely hints. f
There never was a November where a little money could buy such beauti
ful fabric of so many kinds as can be bought now.
Take? the article of Sweater Coats, called Flex Knit, it hardly seems possible
that they could be better made and the price from SI. 00 to &S.00 gives you a
range to select from that has never been surpassed in East Jordan.
These goods aro cut in the right shape to fit perfectly, straight line or V
cut away jackets. All along the line we have made a selection that cannot fail
to please you. These goods are just from the makers at the right time. When
will you be in?
Look in our windows for the now things in linen goods. Solo agents for the
well known M. Born Clothing.
t "QUALITY FIRST OF ALL."
j FRED E. BOOSINGER
hecj fUtes prug Slore. (adv.)