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u 1 Amnnnf CHARLEVOIX COUNTY .HERALD G. A. Liok, Publisher ONE DOLLAR PER YBAR m i We have the agency for the celebrated Prices 20, 25, 30 and 85 cents per pound. Best values in the state for the money. We have also the agency for Harrington Hall Steel Cut Coffee At 35 cents per pound, One pound goes farther than l i pounds of any ot her Coffee. Equal to any 40c Coffee on the market. When in the store look over the Bargains on our Soap Table. Eight Bars of American Family Soap for 25 cents. A bar equal to Big Acme in weight and quality. Best Value ever offered. When you want A Good Breakfast Food Ask for Toasted Corn Flakes made by the Battle Creek Sanitarium Co. This is something a little better than all the rest. Eu1T'd ut the postoflicr ut Hast .Jordan. Michigan. UHstoroiitl class until mutter. Our County Tickets. The republicans of Charlevoix County have reason to congratulate themselves in ihe personnel of their County Ticket. Every man on the tieket has hem tried ami ail have shown thone qnalilifat ions that arc adapted to and for public soryice. In state and national issues they stand tirmlyou the party platform and will do all thev can to advance Republican ideas. The talk of "RlBtf ' and "Uossism" seems to be fomewhat out of pliou when one gives good, honest thought to the matter to the convention thai nominated them. Nearly a full dele gation was present and each man nominated, If not unanimous at least had a larne majority vote. There is a good party organization and no one will dispute the fact that such an organization is requisite to good gov ernment. The only time that an organ 'at ion becomes meuancing is when it is used for illegal purpOMi. No one would think of charging any Republican nominee with any crime greater than a party i al. Every BAH on the ticket will be elected and there will be no regrets. Oar Stock of Flour is Complete We have in stock Pillsbury's Best, Gold Medal, Washburn fe Crosby, King of the North, Iron Duke, Lily White, and White Rose A brand to please all. AMI DM mi Ml! This is the season for Rifles, Shotguns, Shells and Am munition. We have a complete line and the price is right. Horse Blankets j In all shapes, sizes and colors. Harness and Straps falters and Tie Hopes. Don't forget we have the Bellis Tugs and we guarantee them to stand the best team 11 1 in unarievoiz county. We Are Headquarters er Saws, Handles, Axes, Handles, wedffe& SlecUrei jraugnt cnams, uecKing chains, whimetrees, Neck Yokes and everthing in the line of Lumbering Rigging, If our brother publisher really want to know anything farther in regard to The IIkrai.d's editorial of last week, we respec' fullv refer him to certain DSMOGRATfl who have ordered thrir nani'S struck oil from the Demo sorehead ticket. 17 1.50 :i.ro 14.44 i:.oc 8.17 1 20 (i.OO leur stock of IH . Sherwin-Williams Paints, ils, Varnishes, FilleW, Dryers, Is complete. Also behave t white Lead, Boiled and Haw Linseed Oil. In . .. . 7 kooi Enamel, Steel biding, Paint. The best you can buy. ,Sn't fail to see our New Stock of Fancy Oliina e have the biggest and best assortment ever kept in town: aisoaiun line 01 dinner Sets, Chamber Sets and Imported Semi-Porcelain. have the Guarantee Rotary Washing Machine the oest maae. jrou are building, be rare and call for Nails, Door Hang iup wiu vvvrytmiig neeaea m Dunaing. Common Council. Regular meeting Monday evening, Oct.. LOth. Prfltant, l'res't Ho. t: Clerk, Clem ent; Trusttaa, Plank, Booting, snap ton. Staffea. .Minutes of last meet rend and ap proved. Oo motion, the following hills were allowed: Electric Llgbt Co, lights for Sept. C. L. Lorraine, printing Stroebel Bros., Hardware J, B. Palmiter, sal and 3MD, pd ford raj M. W. Harriett, dray G. a Lisk prlotiag Win. Richardson. hroom Mich. Tel Co., Johnson and ( t io. phone rent v. E. Palmiter. rash paid for labor Oil handstand Chas. Bricks, refoatu on side walk C. V. Th'tmns. fire hvdrant and supplies ''harievoix Water Wks. had Wm Spencer putting extent on on 2nd st and water taps Village Treasurer, payment of labor claims as per report of Street Cdiu'r. Wm A Id rich, labor Wm Johnson, talari Building permit granted to W. Maim. On motion, Council ad'j D. F. ( Li:.MK'T. Village Clerk. Wanted Uright Boalneti Woman .'homo work to dittrfbuto temple maa si net and to compile an (iflRcal census "f magaxlnet tabtcribed for. steady employment. Silary at start 116.00 per week. Experiei ce uneeessarv, hut good references requ r oil . Address. SPKAGITE WlKM.I S.XLK CO.. MAGAZINE Dept., 2:0 Wabash Ave., Cbleairo, They act on the contents of the bowels, cleansing them thoroughly with soothing effect. California PfVe Wafers, 100 fr 18 cents. Ask your Druggist. For gale at Warne's Pharmacy. 10 17. 2(- 32 .".( 280.23 113.OT 2.110 B0 00 List nf Advertised Letters. Following is a list of the letters re maining uncalled for in the East Jor dan pogtorflce for the week ending Oct. 10, UH)4: Bnddan, Miss Florence Bordlok, Mrs. Joel M. White. Chester Vale. Mr Charks North. Mr. E. L. Laeey, Mr. John Finch. Mrs Maggie Frank A. Kenyon. F. M. YOURS FOR GOOD GOODS, 5 irr nr J vlvl Nature's true mill Cathartic. all rofOia Prune Wafeis are pleasant as eaody tod just tt harmktt too for H cents. Auk your Druggist. For sale at Wane's Pharmae . 1 ThrOU Physic to the Dogs " (fell fornia Pro at Wafers are na'ure'sown remedy for const Ipttlon and Ml loot beat, 100 tor l&ceota Ask your Drua gitl For tale at Wane't Phtrmaey, i.'ing's Dytpaptia Tablttt cure indi- gattlofl, dyspepsia and strengthens thettoiMch. gold by Warne i Phar macy. MR. WARNER S RECORD He Has Been a Faithful Public Servant. 1 i CPLENDIDLY ECUIPPED Fcr the Duties of Governor Pprro Now Assailing Him Also Vilificu Mc Kinley, Hanna and Chandler No warmer commendation was ever gfcrea to the public acta and ptjrpottl of any man than was given by the Detroit Evening News and the Detroit Tribune In referring to the legislative course of Fred 1ft. Warner during the Beseions of 1S95 and 1897. On May 31, 1893. at the close of Mr. Warner's first term as senator the News said of him: "While the term corporation will always be associated with the legisla ture of 1895, and deservedly, too, It Is only fair to say that there was a respectable minority in both houses, which, had it been able to shape the cour.se of affairs, would have made a brighter history. Such senators as Warner (and seven otbere, naming them, and thirteen members of the hoiiae, naming them) were the more conspicuous of the little group at each end of the eapitol whose course Wat uniformly the reverse of that marked out by the machine and other corpora tion lobbyists." After Fred M. Warner's Second Term as Senator. "There has been a small minority In the senate that has all along re sented the patronizing way TbomptOB talked about them and of his ability to swing the majority for or against any lull as be phased. They are Re publicans tike Warner (tnd five other, naming them). Their dlttlictl will make no mistake in re electing them." Detroit Evening News, June 1, 1897. Warner's Record as State Ssnator. Fred M. Warner voted In favor of a bill for the taxation of sleeping cars in 1895. Fred M. Warner was one of the twelve senators who voted (May 27. 189V), to take the Michigan Centra! Charter Repeal bill from the com mhtee. Fred M. Warner voted for the e-j called Atkinson Railroad Taxation bill at the special session of 189S. Dis cussing the measure (Senate Journal. 1898. p. 2C8) he said: "I am in favor of the passage of this bill. I think tt is in the line of equal and jr.st taxa tlon and should be patted." Fred M. Warner was one of tTe nine senators who vote 1 a.i!: i tabling the bill which provided for tht reduction of railroad fares in the Upper Peninsula. Fred M. Warner was one of thf seventeen senators who irottd i"i favor of increasing the rate of taxation of express companies in the special ses sion of 1808. The above is prnof porltive that Fred M. Warner never has hern ami never will be controlled by any ma or machine or combination whatsoever. DON'T LOSE SIGHT Or TH!3 FACT. Rtpnblleaat should not lose ttgh1 of the fact that the ne::t legitlttnrt will reapportion and redUtrtet the state on congressional and legislative lin?s. How would you like to see the stare gerrymandered by a legislature boated by C.ar Campau, with a governor, Campau-machinc-made, to sign sucn a bill? It would, of cour3e, mean a gerrymander that would outgerry mander anything ever before attempt ed, and for what purpose? To elect Campau United States senator and give the Democrats in congress cim fort by the election of several Demo cratic congressmen two years hence. It would make Michigan the battle grouno in the next congressional elec tion with a probable Democratic eiee toral votp in 1908. Republicans will not be drawn into this trap. WAS REPUDLICAN LEGISLATION. The Australian ballot system means In the mind of pretty much everybody, the feature of an authorized uniform ballot furnished by official authority, and the private booth in which the voter prepares his ballot secure from observation. These are the effective safeguards that are In the mind of every man when he speaks of the Aus tralian ballot, and without which no other features of it would be worth anything. Those are provided in the election law enacted by tht Republican leifltlatore (,r WW, and approved by Gov. Cyrus O. Luce. The law was passed by the votes of 80 per cent at the Republican members, while GO ner cent of the democrats either voted against it or did not vote at all. In an amendment adopted by the suc ceeding Democratic legislature the featnrt of the blanket ballot wat add ed; but that Is a detail of trifling con sequence beside the provision of the official ballot to be furnished by the state or the county, and the private voting booth, which are tht features of vital con sequence, 'and were both re publican measures. THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES. It is reason for congratulation that the bead of tht Republican st;ite ticker hat with him as accompanying candi dttet a list of gentlemen who will well bear the scrutiny and investigation which comes to men who desire official positions. In every Instance they are cordially supported by their home friends, several of them having won their way to official promotion through faithful and Intelligent Rervlcf read rt I In other official ttttt relations. The Repnblleant of Michigan aead have no fear as to the personal strength of their candidates before the people, BO as to their ability to well perform the duties that v.ill come to them after their election. Fruit at the Breakfast Table! Nature Providai ftfl Own Remedial W hic'i, If Deed Jmli riousiv, Ensure Perfect HeeltH ftl AU Timed. nef. they are a natural dissolvent at In on the contents of the ttomtoh ami bowel and not ou Ihu orR-ans themselves. Thev regulate the Liver and S om uch, CleanM the System and Purify the litood, Curt ill Bowel Trouble, Blltouttoett. Bad Breatb. Bad Blood. Constipation, that dread and trouble-' "m ' ' " '"' A" , , u J some coinplHint which is undoubtedly Mouth. HMebt, Ind.gest- the batiecauteofnlnt tentbt of the rimplw and ii.zines. dytpeptla indigestion, billoutoett, I Kverv household should havo Itt etc . so prevalent tmoof nur peoplt to- ! family" paekagt of California Prune day. and, which if neglected, surelv ';it,.rs, and attln'lirst sijjns of appro leads to more complicated ami serious a'-liinj: illness or when under the vea organic diseases, can surely beprerent-l ther, take a couple (f waters, am! the ed, and when not too tar advanced, can ! doctor's hills will tnofl be njuch uruail :. absolutely ured by t he judicious er t,an they are now. use or me modern itxanvt anu catn at tic California Prune Wafert. Aside from thepbasure of eating taaaooablt frultt beglonlog the first meal of the day, this custom has un doubtedlj uriseu from the well known fad tint nearly all fruit' and more part Iculurly plumt and Pli I N KS con lain natural hixatixe prlnolplet which act directly n tbettonaob nd bow- els. Thev art not a patent medicine in You can ent what you please If jou f(dlow each meal with a California Prune Wafer, which .quickly dissolves the ordinary sense of the word, belnn the most lndl(psttlble food, and helps compounded from fretb California to carry it tbrousTh and out of the tyt- Pruuet, Wblcb every Intelligent person ! ten) in a gentle am! healthful manner, knows It truly nature's laxative. without the slightest pain, griping or A dainty little wafer, always the nausea. KK) Wafers for 25c. Irving same, compounded In a highly corn-en- PrUffCo., Sole Proprietors, Phllidel trated form from fresh California Pru- phia. Pa. W Nature 'toWn dlttolrent Calif orn It Prune Wafers cure constipation aim all bilious troubles. 100 for 0 cetttl Ask your Druggltt. Forsaleat Wa; ne's Pliannacy. For the beat Sewing Machine and the easiest terms ei a Blaftr, IB. A. Lewis bat just raoeleed a large con signment direct from Lbt factory Jas. Taylor, of Kendallyille, Ind was seriously diseased with kidney and bladder trouble forSOyetrt, lie test ed every ka wu remedy without much benefit, until he used Pineuies. This newdltcoyery cured him, aid Mr. Tay ior. advises til portona tnflferlng from kidney or bladder trouble to get t bat tie of Pineuies at once. Sold by W ar tie's Pharmacy. Congress Playing Cards. Cards of quality. Favorites wherever society plays cards. Many new designs. Gold edges. FOR SAI.K BY F. C. WARNE. Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding. Call the disease rickets if you want to. The growing child must cat the right food for growth. Hones must have bone food, blood must have blood food and so on through the list. Scott's Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in chil d rc n. Littl e doses every d ay give the siiffness and shape that healthy bones should have. Bow legs become straightcr, loose joints grow stronger and firmness comes to the soft heads. Wrong food caused the trouble. Right food will cure it. In thousands of cases Scott's Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones ii? childhood. Sc:ul for free sample. SCOTT & DOWNE. Chemists. IO0-415 Poarl Street. New York. 50c. and f i.uo , ull druggists. Hoyle I 28 page prepld.fortwoConeTos pack wrappers and name of dealer from whom packs were boueht. Address, U. S. Playing Card Co.. Cincinnati. O. California Trurie Wafers are a good lorectinaftt. Tbtyglrc Quick returns wit h no after t rouble. 100 for 25 cents. Ask your Druggist. For sale at War iw's Pharmacy. !pr cbtldrmn; jc-i, jurg, JVo spiataj It. is surprising how quirk California Prune Wafers art. They wako up the si nourish liver. NofTTipP, fTOpafn. 100 for2506lita, Ask your Druggist. Fur sale at Warne's Pharmacy. C'rcs Colds; Prc.';,( .Pn'inrnnJ To Cure a Cold In One Oay. Take Laxative BfUJDO Qulnitie Tah ets. All druifgistfi refund the money !f rt Tails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig nature is on each box. 2Bc. FOiEYlSlODNEYCURE Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right For a full lino of Pure Drugs 1 Go to Warne's Pharmacy. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. HA VK YOU TRIED Shelters' Baked Goods? They're mperior to Anything put out in East Jordan. Try and be convinced. A full line of GROCERIES always kept in Stock. LUNCHES served at all huurs. E. E. SH<ERS, na"AffSBSm?n aWC A. Uraoant sc our baked fOOdl at South Arm.