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!i Kin SPRING As Sprirjo, is fa J approaching people aie .beginning .to Wmfcr noiit the new styles for dressing the coming' season. h take pleasure In Inviting all our uU customers .1 many new ones, 'to come and I.Qok ever qui 1 811 ill? Spring Ihxt Styles By I ( i king R I ... vinuwW display of Men's Vu n iyhins en v, ill M.e all the latest shapes in hats. New l)res Shirty Our fulljineof Men's Fine press Shirt;; ;; ...;, i:; and -hev are a niee nfiSQrtfljenJ We have them in aM Qplprs, 'anging m price from 50c t Shoes In Sji.ic: wt iiave.T; dressy and up-u, dai . Si;.es asLlu.wn .mv where in the Cftuhfy. In jirand, in Ladies, the Queen vorkintf shoes atul working elothes c;r.;e and see us as we eadquarters on these goods. fi A Car Vabhhiifii - I Cai Sugar V1' stock oi Or cerjoa t remain on the shelve t,:A Our ('aiuied pgptopp$ CJan Corn 10 cents m Tr ip cent 1 1 cents 12 cents ! 2 cents Can Peas Can omatoe. Can Beets Can Succotash Considering qahtv these floods are remarkably cheap. While in the store examine the Bargain Tables - kfast Foods, etc. BAST JORDAN LUMBER GO Jt A. i D Omy Un.e of Clothing was newer better, and includes the well-known ilicjtey Fell man Co., of Rochester, N, Y., cqn- sirlered one ol the best K.tlwrv, N,OflSS in 'h;: United Sfattff PMtpm Made clothing. In custom made plothing vc are sole agpnt$ in Kast Jordan for Fred lyniffninn. the frnerjcan Tailor, Men's, ask to see the bf)OW ! Quality. When in need of Q J n ( -rosily I loijp jR.eeei . ed h;s week. Kan to supply your wants. are strietly fresh as thev do v to become stale.' 1 Can Purr4pin o cents 1 gallon CanAppfec 23 cents 1 gallon Jug Catsup ro rents gallon Jtg Mustard 5.0 :ent on CHAHLIX COUfcTY 4. a, Lisle, Pubiioe.- QNE DOLLAR PER YgAR Eatored at the postofflge at East Jordan. Michigan, as secontLH mall matter. Uepulican Congressional Convention, pith District of Michigan. A Republican Convention for trie litli Congivsional ivisLrict a' M i;i if?a'n la hereby -ailed to jneet at the Opera House in t-he City of Clare, Mich,, on Tuesday, the 3rd day of May, 9(ty, at eleven o'clock a. m.. for rfu pitrpote of noruinat.ui: a candidate fof Kepresvtaive in Congress; m ihe election qJ two delejfat!i and two alternates fa ygprtMOt the district in the UepuolK-aii National Convention, to beheld in Qhicago, onjuno2Lst, lH)4 and for the election of a Con cessional Committee; and for the iransetiqn of sicdi other business as .iuay properly come before the conven tion. The sover.il counties will be entitled Lo repre. ontation in the .convention as follows: Antrim . Charlevoix 6. Clare 4, Grand Traverse 9, Gratiot 15. Isab ella, 10 Kalkaska H. Mecosta 1), Miss aukee 4, Montcalm 15. Oaceola 7, Etoxoommon f iy order o Republican Congress ional Committee, C. W. Giddintfs, Chairman. J. W. Banco, Secretary. Too Buiiy to Mnkt ft NuIno, A. Kansas City teacher of a kinder flarten was ineapaeitated l'rum work one day by the following Incident. The subjoet of the lecture and object lesson was animals, birda and then pjore. Mali mala. "Now, children," said the teacher. "I want each of you to think of some animal or bird and try for a moment to be like the particular one you nr thinking about and make the sanie kind of noises it is in the habit of mak- tng.M Instantly the schoolroom beoajno a menagerie, lions roaring, dogs bark ing, birds singing and twittering, cows lowing, calves bleating, cits meowing, etc., all in an uproar and excitement all, with one single exception. Off in a remote corner ;i li'le fellow was sitting perfectly still, apparently indifferent and unmindful of all the rest. The teacher, observing him. ap proached and siiid: "Waldo, why are you not takuig part with the other children'.-" Waving her off with a dopreeating hand and wide, rebuking tyes. he fer vently whispered: "Rh sh sh, fpaeher -ih! I'm a 'ooster. and I'm a-layin' a uig!" Kan sas City Star. Iletter JLate Than ot at All. The paster of the little eoimtry church had been much annoyed by having (ho im.-mbers of iii.s congrega tion sti-agLd..- in long after the service had begun. One Sunday morning, when he felf that mrther forbearance with this fault was impossible, ha decided to rebuke aome conspicuous offender. About twenty minutes later than the prep,. hoar there entered m!ld man nered lkik woman, 0110 of the regular attendants of the anarch, iu quite in corrigible in her tardlneaa. Thi min ister looked up, fixed her with ids spec tacles and remarked : "Sister, you re very much behind time. I hone vou will not be so late Hi gettim: into heaven!" The little womaj; kicked ,p. smiled swoerly and without a trace of confu sion replied placidly: "I shan't care about that, doctor, so Jong as I get there." And now the pastor feels that the aaatle that went round the church some how spoiled the effectiveness of bis rep rimand. New York Tribune HOW TO ilKKAK UP A COLD. After exposure take Folev's Honey and Ta. . It stops the (kUfB, heals and etrenytheiM the lungs, and is sate and ure. Contains no oblate. A. A. Herron (f Finch, ArU.. w rites: "Foley's Honey and T;;r If the best preparation for OOOffbs, Outdfl atid lung trouble. I know that it has cured roQiureptiod ip the Bpet stage." For sale by L. ('. Madiaoo. A Halvlnl lnrllfi. The Jate Alexander Salvini was Oace playlriK Handet In a small Wisconsin town. The theater was the crudest of structures, and the staire had beou contrived for the occasion by the siin 'ple devlco of ejeiatlng a platform on four posts. When the grevedigglng ! scene was reached a draft of cold ;iir blew up through the aperture in the stage apd not only caused the grave diggers' teetb to chatter, but played freaks with their garilMUta. Salvini, entering with Horatio, heard from t lie grave only a Btaafige jumble of words bitten in pieces l.y Hie first clown s pllckbag teetb. But when ho saw the loose garfuents Oi the woi-k- uien flapping Jocolarty in the breed t lie Irrelevant siu'bt w:is toe aaveii foi him. and Innghter rtiedief) ins apeechj Re tried to say, "Has this fellow nq feeling uf his boeineea igal sings Bt gin veiuuUingV" but he bed to turn pJa face sway from ih attdjence ami JaiiKii, while the gfaiofllgglie carried the BjoeM along with much fuss of oc cupation with pick and gbde tlil rauj et had recovered bis gravity. eTRestaurant sad Lunch Oountei in1 good aceoenmodalloM fi r Ik u 1 1 1 g 00 k't;ife : ;r ' ,-r.crtiaA.VS FARM JOURNAL. The MihiRau Farmer, Detroit MlohUl 0 is the only weekly aurlcab tun I, horticultural na live-stock aSpaf published lo the ita'te It 1 1 pub lished solely in the 'interests of th farmers of Michigan and appe&ls to iflohlirao people as uo other farm pub lication can. It is practical and up-to-d te ami employes the most emi nent writers on the science and praotic of agriculture, horticulture, dairying, poultry, etc. It has a standard vetri pary department for free Ueatmen of all diseases of fjjrcp animals. It cou tSjQI complete and reliable reports rr.(Ui all market centers -ami gives the agi icjjtural news of the country and an invaluable literary and household department every week. The publishers are offering to seud Trie Michigan Farmer postage paid for $91$ 0pe for 1 year or $1.00 for 2 years IjerfS U a great opportunity for our readers who care to keep in touch with the AOUdlilOOJi prospects of crops, etc.. not only in oyr own State, but in other States as well: The small price asked for this large Q page farm weekly brlnpfit within the rnearib of erery -armer to keep in touch with what others are doing in their same line of business. Send to The Michigan Farmer. De troit, Michigan, (or a free sample copy and see if it is not just what you want. A THOUSAND DOLLARS THROWN AWAY. Mf. W.W. Baiter of PI aim dew. Neb., writes: "My wife had lung truble for over fifteen years. We tried a number of doctors and spent over a thousand dollars without any relief. She fffj very Ijw and I lost all hope, when a friend suggested trying Foley's Honey Sod TSf 1 which did: and thanks be to this great rmedy, it save I her life. She is stronger and enjoye better health than the tlN ever known in ten jreatft. We shall never without Foley's Honev and Tar and would agk these afiijeted Ui tiy it. ' sold by L. C. Madls n. Loveday Opera House -Ni: NIGHT ONLY, Wed- A it nil neslay, pHX Xin I INCOI.N .!. CA KTkl'. S oy BBWHBLMIHfl src(. ;.s kDown Mobil " Tiic Heautit'ul Sojtberq ltfentop! Tiie Eleai Plantation Scene The EjTejfro Vi;art r! The HU l-;iti; 1 in-: The I'.eiint ift'lly W.-ird. Dll tual Swamps ai d the Master soeol Eport nl l he ( 'cut i:r . the MfMVELOUa FIRE: 6C&NE; . . r I a vaet Qotton Warehouse is Complete ly Destroyed by 1'lauics: in full view of t he audience Thin la purely a meehamoal effect in wliii h no real tire is usd, thUJ avoiding any danger or nn pleeaanl ainokei Tli is WOOd erf ul effect is cornpletelj covered bjf pitenta, and can only le seen in this product ion. Seats on Sale Today, (Sat nrday At regular price a, vrx-. :,rc, and 60c, To Curs . in Oiv Oaf'. Take Laxative BriOJO Quinine Tab etf All tliuggists refund the money if it faib to euro. Fi. W. Grove's sig nature is 00 each boa. Ac. ISiifrllNh K1kIiik Ci Moms. At Newcastle on Tyne. SSnglaod, at periodic Intervals the mayor and cor- pon ion aaari their rignts over t tn shores of their native river by piacoed ing in state to various points, where they proclaim their authority. Per haps as an inducement for the mayor to undertake this particular duly, on landing on the green he is permitted by ancient custom to Kiss the prettiest girl present, conferring upon her a sovereign as compensation, .t Boonaa mouth, where the kiss puiyorai is also conferred. It Is an ancient an i loving custom for i he retirlnr mayor to gy his apeceaaor an osctpatory salipi.. Flonei of the Air. 'I here is a plant in Chile and a simW I lar oue in Japan railed th' ' donor of the nir.'' it is 30 eaed beaauee it aj pear to hnvc no pool aad la Bdr0 , rixetl to the onrth It twlaea aooad a !dry tree or ateHle rock. Bbcb shoo! produces two or three Bowem like R lily white. traBffparent t ottr. It iei o-tpable of being truOaported j 600 to 700 inilea and vetretorj ai 't travel wended on i twla s m New Harness Store We have opened up o.V N"ey sr.J Uvfe Wtotk cf Harness and Horse Goods And are now ready to catc to the wants of all those .who may desire anything in our line. Our Harness are fifND MflDB And we back their quality with our guar antee. No shoddy, factory-made stock. 0 b v b Hi b Hi i i m 1 to to to to Do you know the value of a First-clss Harness Shop? If so, )ou will come to pairs of We carry a full line of Trunks. Suit Cases, Robes, Hlankets, in tact anything that vou can think of that goes with an Il-to-date Harness Stock. BUGGIES We will soon be prepared IO till yopr wants aiong If yoa're thinking of DUj log, drop in and see ns. line Kast Jordan (VOTBUBA Gained Fifteen potindk, three and onehali ounces in seven days and foijr hours, Th?s is the claim of one of our best townspeople and lie has written a testimonially that effect. his marvelous produced by two or three for awhile. effect was his bowling games a day Bush's Bowling Alleys- Frank A, Kenyon, Register of Deeds and Abstracter Thus abstracts aaa abe only Meeordof TP up t.) tbe ipiu. of the Sra s ht'h rie st roved im ourt Hone 1 know a jolly old maiden lady A lady of high degree, "Who never g' cs to bed without A drink of liock'y Mountain Tea, Sensible woman. At r.C, Waroe'a, Prohtuc Order. STATK OF .NlICUKiAN' Hip Vroh.m- Court for it, coiintv of ctasrltvoii aianMiea 'f th Prebat COnvi 'or ,n"i county, brtd at tbs Pfftbat nfllc' 111 tle tjltnas of niiartefftit, on tin- iwtiiivf ii r Any M..i in tin year 011 tlioukaud Mas iuiNet 1 i ;inl foni Krrfent, .lohn ivj. Harris 0; 1 hf Msr r ef tli C'vaWtord. rises tied .luilgf o Pr I'statf of Rsfvsy On r icliug man hlirie the petition riulv vri fio.d ri Gporas W. Ciiwwfora prnyins HiiMnet otl r thlnj.'R thiO 'n drr : 1 s t n Or h app 1 u tt-cj ot i ht . i . f dec ThrMIMM it Js ordered, ilnt '.'onday tiie twonlytittn iJa of Ajinl neti. at la ll'i 1' -K the forenoon, be Milium ri ror u." hmrli tf m W ptitlOl, and llirtf the ueir - !:. . I I&M ceoated. ai.d all other persons Intvretlert Ih said tat.'. are rr-nnr. d ta appear At j. ion of sai'l Court, then to he hoideii In Ibfl Phi bate Office in the Village of Charlevoix ami show enQM. if any there lie. w hv the prayer of , the petitioner should not be grunted. And it is 1 further ordered, that aid petitioner dive notice to tbe percent intereeled n lM eUte, d ih 1 pendency of sipd petition, and the hearing there- j of, by ch iiainK a copy of tnts order (n be publifth ed in the CaABXKVOX COOWTT HfRAI.D ft newepaper printed and circulated in laid countv tbree successive weeks preview to said 1 dey of hearing JOHN M. H Mi KIR .IiidgH of Probate. C HAM-FRY ORDER. Plate of Iftehla 1 The Circuit Court for th; OoUAty charievojx. In Cbftncefy. Lllliti M. Mms ho. compl'i ion iC - .lauif -. Hem v M seler. o r. ndant. harlev(d ( ouiitv. Si In this onus' It appearing t imi the dofond anuJaines llenrj M s lor is a rostdeal of t he fHntc of California, therefore, on motion Of RltshaN. i liiik. solicitor for complainant, it u xtlered tbal defendftnt 1 nrer his ap pearanct in litis cause on or before four inonins from the date of this 01 lei and thai within twenty days the Cotuplaiham pbusi 111 T'!. lo in- pl.lilisllei! tile 'l! ARflCVOIX or hi V M ni A r. 0, said p'iMieal ion lo he com -tinned onc In SNSCb wt sill for i conaectltlve Week V F K M M- . 1 Ig r-. , 'Id.-..-.; T.:t .forsjiio 'lice m m 9 i m ! m m $ m m m m m V m us when in need oi any kind. ro- WAGONS this 1 Harnese Co. HLOCK.) 3 S A N F R A N C WOO LOS A NO K LES. Special low round trip ratp for above points. Tlcketei on sale April g2nd to :ioth Ipeluaive. Keturn limit Junn ;!)th. Alk agents for particulars or v fits. H. J. Gray, I. l A., Grand Rapids, M:ch. 08-6 l.lt of Advertised Letters. Fol loving la a list of the letters re maining uncal led for in the Kast Jor dan poetofflce for the week ending March js, l!ip4: Henry M H. Mary Harris A. L. Johnston M lea May Moore Mrs. Eire () Robloton M re, Alice Wm. Haukioton. P. M. Now lethetlme to take a spring tonic to pur i f y the blood, cleanse the Ifver and kidneys of all impuri ties. Hollister's Hockey Mountain Tea will do the business 35 cents. Tea or tablets. F. C. Warne. N ow la your chance; 25 per cent discount on Reed Uockers while they laat. AtC H, Wb t tington's. CURE YOURSELF AT HOME WITH MAGNETO VIBRANTS THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL, NO DRUGS No Matter What Anyone Says, No flatter What You Have Tried, No flatter What You Suffer from, You Can Cure Yourself In Your Own Home Without Drugs. Th Rsdfant Wavss of rifijfftetlsoi from a MAQ NBTO VlOkANl r'..oetvate Through Eighteen Inchci ol Solid Wood and lot. the rtagnetc- vant on the Other 3ld. To use the radiant iorpes cl Nature in your own home, to cure yourself without drugs this is the greattit discovery and invention of the ajte. The Universal Ilanoto Vibrant is made up of four huLdred Magnovpointj rovering the alvion-a atjd saJl of the back, and envelops the wearer ir the ra diaat waves of magputism. This radiant -rue penetrates thv deepest parts of the b . !y. and charges with its subtle power th? millionb of iron molecules in the blood. it ,trike3 deep, right where the trouble is Over one hundred tliout.and already in successful use. Write for particulars, of our; 30 day' offer. Address, THACHER MAGNETIC SHIELD COMPANY, flattie Creek. Mich. Don't Be Fooledi genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA by Madison Mcdl Maditon, Wis. U well. Our trad m each package. snts. Nsvei soM Accept no ubtl M r- V ' i 1 ia ...... iw O T ' M. four druggist.