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ou will Never Regret It If you purchase any of the following Reliable Goods: TVT oeV Malleable Iron and IWO-iVjOU Steel Ranges. o v E 1) & Cook II A R J W A R E YxV PVasUr C O LOVEDAY HARDWARE. L 1 Jos?- O.GLKN.N. President, W, L. FRENCH. Vice President. GKO. G. GI.KNN. C:ishior. State Bank of East Jordan. CAPITAL. $20,000 00 SURPLU3 $1,250.00. Money to Loan on Short Time. Deposits offl.00and upwaH IWlTOd and interest allowed If left on dt posit three BftODthl or longer. Bank Money Orders sold lit lowe st Rates Fire Insurance Written -we have seven good couipanios. Private Deposit Boxes to Rent Ht f2.0d per year. Dl RECTORS JOS. 0. OLENN. W. L. FBBMOH WM. P. PORTgB. -JOS. 0. (il.KNN. M. II. UGBKBTVON u tiiiwfininiiiiit'ittiniif if Easter. Coon Hollow Next Tuesday evening. Tcwnship Regtti ration, today. Grand Kanids bad bome bad water scandals and now it has some scanda lous bad water. East Jordan Military Rand will, JUms month, give band concert of rtiore than patting merit. tore t han patting merit. Watch Hound John Kenny found a watch and chain near a hay ar on the Bait Jordan ft Southern track last Tuesday. Owner can obtain same of Mr. Kenney by proving property and paying for publication. Service will be held In t he Episcopal church ou Wednesday evening. April Oth, with sermon on "The Resurrec tion Life" by ReV. 0. F. Stout. After the sen ice the annual meet ingfor the election Of officers will be held. Dr. Hugh W. Dicken departed Friday noon for Ann Arbor, accom pMted !bj M. M. Hurnliam who goes there for a surgical operation. The Dr. will remain for a limited time, and it is expected Mr. Burnham will be gone about one month. The WOM Of picking peas at the TsFerry Seed HotttC was completed last week, 20,000 bushels having been picked this winter. Manager A. B. Cross says they will contract f,000 acres ojLsted peas this season, and that $1,ou0 lo wages lias beep paid during t he winter to pea pickers. Charlevoix Courier. The Pe tot kef Record of March 80th Jias a beautiful Faster 0OVOT eweet symbol of the resurrection. Rut within Its pages the turred column rules call attention to the fact that the Reaper It still busy. This time it takes away J. C. Bontecon, who for tweutyone years has been editor and publisher, of that excellent weekly pUbtStatfOO. "A Romance Of OOOU Hollow" bit held the road with unvarying suc cess oyer nine years, since its original bringing out at the Fourteenth Street Theatre, New York in August MM. What better can be said of ft plav than this!' It has never been cheap ened, never been allowed to fall below the high standard of its Original production, either in the grade Of the company, the introduced singers and dancers, or the neatitiful sceueiv. Which is all carried by the ounpanv, rjo h'use scenery w latever being Oted Everything connected with Coon Hot' low it big except the prices, whi:h are popular, as well as the best plan tattoo dancers on the road, and en tire new scen fj by Aekerman of yew York will be seen. Tb how Is announced at Loveday Opera House for next Tuesday bight, Now is your chance: zr per cent.. iiaMiiAt nn xtoi.fi Rockers while they I'" mww last AtC. Ff- Whittlngtooa. L O V K D A Y H A K I) W A R E Stoves and Ranges Anti-Rust Tinware and Warranted namel Ware. white Lead T5JL Works, ravius namels, Carriage Paints, Varnish Stains, te. Woven Wire Fencing, electrically welded joints. the kind that makes a perfect wall. GEO. G. GLENN. i f f ff f ftf MPM m lift wtr Bfrn to Mr. Mrs. Frank Green, a son. Harry McDonald of Alba was here tb is week. Mr. Andrew Ki men and her sons are down with the measles. C L. Lorraine was an Alba bus iness visitor, first of the week. John Porter is home from Oberlin College, Ohio, for a short visit. Anthony Nachazel remembered The Herald in a substantial way this week. Dont forget the New Furniture Store the one that saves you money. M. H. Robertson leaves for an exten terided trip to the northwest, this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Richardson are entertaining their daughter, Mrs. Henry Mllster. W. E. Mnlpass Hardware Co's Field and (Jarden-seeda are the bett that can be bought anywhere, John Koosinger returned from Sut ton's Ray, yesterday, where he had been to appraise a stock of goods. M, M. Rurnharn marketd a load of fine apples. Monday. He has one of the finest orchards In this locality. Miss Leila Clink left Monday lor I'etoskey where she spends a fortnight with Miss Rlauch Hobler of that City. ptobert Dixon left Wednesday for Wolverine for a three-week's stay. lie will reiurn in lime for opening game of base ball. Archie ( link Intends making a trip to Oregon in a week or two. it understood that he intends to remain there for some time. If you wish tC get a Reed Booker cheap, call at C. n. Whittington's and secure one at 2 percent, discount before they are gone. 1 1 a Bartlttt left Monday to attend the nee-Keeper's A ssocation meet at Traverse City. From there he goes lo Leelaod, before returning home. Miss Madge Harrington returned Wednesday'from a three-week's visit Traverse City and Leeland friends, and is again on duty at the postoflire. L. Doerr and Patrick Walsh return ed irimi their separate tours in the interest of the Doerr & Mun roe spray er, in time for the caucaus, last Sat urday. Headache, dizziness, indigestion and nervousness are symptoms of eye strain the remedy is a pair of glasses specially . round to fit. See Leahy the optician when he comes April 12th and 1.1th as he makes a specialty of all sucr cases, glasses Kuar&ntecd to tit. FOR SALE: One 7 draw, drop heni Singer Sowing machine feed short time. Good ai new. Will be sold very cheap for cash, or rm time. Hackett I - ' . - - - 'A' Smjtij. O I Mrs. D. Rogers Is home from Grand Rapids. Our prices are selling the goods, S E. Land rum's. Be sure and read W. E. Malpass Hardware Co's add in this issue. Hurbert Plnney Is at Cheboygan. vis iting a brother. He returnes Monday. Mrs. Jessie Hawkens, wife of Con tractor Hawkeus or Marquette, is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Laodrum are entertaiulag their daughter, Mrs Louise Beebe of Kalkaska. Mrs Ward Ainsley returned first of the week from a visit with Char levoix friends and relative. We hare a fee Bead Bocken which we are closing at gfi per cent, off to close out. C. H. Whin JogtOO. J. Leahy the expert optician will again villi East Jordan Tuesday, Apr.il 12th. Will remain two davs. Office at Hotel Lakeside. Clayton Ovaitt of Lapeer is the new Baker at 9. Muwa'i Mr. Otaltl is master of his trade and w ill ivc satisfaction. Mrs. Ovaitt follows in a short time. For a first class job of Painting or Paper Hanging call on O. H. Mover, Fast Jordan, Mich. All work guar anteed. Leae orders at Landruiu't Furniture store, The Christian church festival known as Batter oorret poodt witu the more Jewish festival called tbe Paetover, and both are moveable and dependent on the phase of the moon Easter is held on the 'Sunday Immed iately succeeding the first lull moon in early spring, the commencement of spring being reckood the 21et day of March. When the full moon comes on Sunday, Easter is t he Sunday fol lowing. Thus the daie may be as early as the 22nd of March or as late as 26th of April. lHlswas the last time it came ou the 22nd of March and it w ill not be again in the 20th century. Last year there was a full moon on Saturday the 21st of March, so accord ing to the rule Sundav was Easter. In 1 . l Faster was on the 2."th of April. Full moon was on the 20th of March and on the 1Mb of April, but that being bUndaj the festival was on Sunday the 25th. Ren Born found a young lady's purse, first of the week, and this is what it contained: A penciled note, Her fellow wrote, A sugar plum, A wad of gum, A hairpin (bent), A copper cent, A button hook, With broken crook, A safety pin, A curling tin, A powdered rag, A sachet bag. ScVvooV "KoUs. ea a Mel M aat tejsl aaea4 Spring vacation next week. Mrs. Rrotherton visited school one day last week. Ninth grade has taken up t he study of geology, and the eight grade is taking a review of gecgraphy. Mtetet Mary tfimecbeck and May Crowd 1 have recently left school. Mi. Dewey jiaid the third grade brelf visit Monday morning. Madge Nieholas was a visitor In the high school department Monday afternoon. Glenn Heirnerof the second prim ary is abseut from school ou account of measles. The pupils of the physics class are this week performing some interest ing experiments in electricity. Do not fail to hear the program to he given by the Literary Society at the school house Fridav treat Og, April Let. Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow belter than others. Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak and others strong. And that's the way with children. They are like young plants. Same food, same home, same care but tome grow big and strong while others stay small and weak. Scott's Emulsion offers an easy way out of the difficulty. Child weakness often means starvation, not because of lack of food, but because the food does not feed. Scott's Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strength. Whatever the cause of weak ness and failure to rrow Sco::'s Emuiei ci Seem to fin& it and set the matter right. Send for free ..ample. Jeott a Bcwnr , Che mMs. 4- Pent! SI., New rorf sod fi oo ; ol) druggists. Axers Your doctor will tell you that thin, pale, weak, nervous chil dren become strong and well by taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Small doses, for a few days. Sarsaparilla The change is very prompt and very marked. Ask your doctor why it is. He has our formula and will explain. "Wtien 13 vo;ir old. for many months no on? tl.ou,;!!! I eonM Hi hmum f ililn blood. Iut, it lew weeks, Aym-'s S n tii.inlla eoss pleteiv restores iiih t. iua!fti H ' l K. BlICKMINgTKlt. Vlllt'Ulul, N. J. Sl.00 : bottle All din i -i J. C. AVKIt CO. I.oweil, Maui, for The Children Biliousness, constipation irevmt m- covry. Curo these with Ayer's Pills. MAGAZINE PRES. Twentieth Cent ury Review for April is offpeolal interest on account, of I fascinating Russian War Story writ ten by ('apt. Frederick King, a beautiful Easter cover design drawn by Cliarles E, Waltensp. rger, and a pleasing-sketch of thecareer of this tal ented Michigan artist, who was aided in ascending the ladder of fame by Hon. William E. Qulnby and Hon. lames k. Scrtppe, of Detroit. The magazine If richly illustrated and full of new and really valtiahle articles for home reading. If any reader of this paper has not seen this popular mag azine he can get one copy free by writ ing to the Twentiet h Century Review, l tetroit MAN AGE U WW N TED. Trustworthy lady or gentleman Bian&ge business in thit county and adjoining territory tor well and fa vorably known house of solid finau cial standing. 120.00 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Mon day by obeok direct from htadquartcrt. Expentc money advanced. Potltlon permanent. Address Manager. BIO Como Block, Chicago. IlliUOit. SA N FRA N CISCO-LOS ANGELES. Special low round trip rate for above points. Ticketes on sale April 22nd to .loth inclusive. Return limit June HOtli. Ask agents for particulars or write. H. J. Gray, D. P. A., Grand Rapids, Mich. 28-(5 List of Advertised Letters. Following is a list of the letters re maining uncalled for in the East dor dan postollice tor the week ending March 88, 1904: Henry Mrs. Mary Harris A. L. Johnston Miss May Moore Mis. Elva (2) Robinson Mrs. Alice Wm. Hakkikgton. P. M. Now Is the time to take a spring too la to purity the blood, cleanse he liver and kidneys of all impuri ties. Ilollister's Rookey Mountain Tea wdll do the business ;r cents. Tea or tablets. F. C. War 06 Foley's Honey and Tar cures colds, prevents pneumonia. Dashed to Earth Airnln. "it's real Interettlng to read tboat these folks that lived In mythological times," snid Mr. Oobfa as he pQt slip of peptr in his lihrary hook and shut It carefully. "Seems as if 0 o'clock eamt quicker than ever I knew it to before." Mrs. Cobb Wat jntting u laitje patch on one elhow of her waist, and she held It close to the lamp In w hat seem ed to her but btod an ostentatious way. He turned sidewise in his chair to avoid the view. "There was that tetter Atlas." he paid, niuelng "He wtt ttreag beyond anything Hint WC have nowadays. Why. he tUppOTted the heavens on his head and hands; held Yin np in place till they got kind of set, I judge. What musele sneh a man as that ninst bate badr And Mr. Oobb doubled hit right fist and brought It Bp to his shoulder while the lingers of his left hand felt his nnn with apparent M tit faction, "What an appeti!" he must have badr said Mrs. OoMb tartly. "And While be was supporting the heavens work the Lord could have dotM w ithout any of his help- I'll risk hut what bit wife was supporting Mm I And tomor row I puess your cold '11 he well tBOOgh so you can go over to the squire's aud begin 00 that v.-(od they waut chopped and piled" Now is the time to clean house Oleai your tytttH first, drive (ut the' microbes of wintpr with Hollistei "s Rooky Mountain Tea. It will keep , ) ix w-ll al! suD:.mr H er,ts. lea or 'zib ets F C W irne I POLEYSKIDNEYCURE Mtkot Kidneys and Bladder Right $ m m m m m ? i (? ' ( is m New Arrivals of Spring Goods are coming in A big line of Ladies' Fine Spring Dress Goods have arrived, and the ladies are invited to call and inspect same. J.L WIESMfUS. LF.AIi:i! OF LOW PRICW, Loveday Block, East Jodan. HACKETT & Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, East Jordan, Michigan Have Foi Sale the following valuable real estate: Lot u, block 14, pricboIPl second ad dition to the Village or East Jordan. Situate on Main-sl; very desirable location for dwelling. Price MOO. L.t 4, block (J, Village or Soutii Arm. Here is a snap for 1126. Lot f, block li. Vance's tddltlOU to Village ol South Ann. Price $I(H). 60 acres, n tetofoei and s w W Of n e 1-4 sec I. t wp 32 n r 7 west . This property will be told at a bargain. For a full line Pure Go Warne s Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Timothy Seed Medium, Mammoth and Alayke Clover. Also all kinds of Garden Seeds in bulk at lowest prices. . Headquarters for Wire, Wire Fencing and Imple ments of all kinds. Guaranteed Paints, Pure Linseed Oils. Varnishes, Hard oils, Dry Colors and a Fine Line of Paint Brushes, at DrsKENNEDY&KERGAN m,c. ii.lis.s i'l UM TlttlWtat tf Nov. u .. Mood, lUtta au.l Special Dis eases cf Mcu aa Womea. tstatlished tG years. r To names used witiiout Written Consent, cures ouarautssa. " Thou md.H .t young and ml ldleaged men are annually swept to a premature gra tiinniKii rs .scs. tnas. ah. derson wa 006 ( f the It but was rsued In time. ' r el n v 'w ild ciis' when vounr. A chunsr could feel it; my friendi noticed It. I became nervous, despondent, gloniny. hd no ambition. ( tsiiy tired, evil foreiodings, poor circulation, pimples on face, baclc w .k, restless at night, tired and weak tnni-nimrs. buritinc r.em.at ion. To make matters worse. t u jmp ronkleps and r4tf W'.T'WWW m-v riru'tnr :m1 mr n ; Si- k i n. tock nnd in a ;ew weks wis entirely cured. Tliey ars tbel only rallabla and honryt Speclalipta In tho country." M5AJBEIV f ur-ntce to cure ynu or P0 ra Tou run no risk, wo navo a rrutanon ana outintH at .-Maae. Bewaro cf frauds an-1 r W will p-.y $1,000 for any eas we take thnt our NHW MFI W'Z TREATIIEM will not cure. We treat and eufj Jfirrout Debility, VAricoecls. Btrioturt, lo4 Foi iori. Weaknsta. Xidaay aal Bladder Dlsasss, CnrulttMen . fr- fir. Call or writs for Question List for Home Treatment. DBS. KENNEDY t KERGM. .rr I i i 1 i 1 m i i SMITH UO acres. A limit five miles from town, Hu ai res timber. 5 acres orcha'd. House with stone cellar; barn s z 10x80, with block basement. $2900(0 Inturanoeon buildings. Thisisati e piece of propery and can be bought right. -o acres of land In Melrose township. Th is property has considerable timber, fair buildings, quite large improve ment and will be fold for only $350.00. 1 - .i... of Drugs to Pharmacy. ) ICC Lflff JOO u I Wile UU contrnetad other diseases. I tried! ''ml firms All failed till Dra. Ken. my case. Ir. ons week I felt better. Cor Mlch'asa Av end Sholby St. Detroit. Mif h.