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II I III EAST JORDAN, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1910. No. 4p Vol. 14 Aft f JlJ fTlfillir Dllf lilt ft if Republicans Victorious : " .. . l . ' - Carry State and County Tickets by Good Majorities. "labor party" Gag Didnt Fool Voters. liJitfi Tuesdaf marked one of the quietest, elections that ever was held in Charlevoix Couuty. The vote In every precinct was light, but nearly every one gave a substantial republip an majority. The 80-called "Labor Ticket" va3 snowed undr in spite qf their vigor. ous campaign, and thp voters showed that they cannot be fooled qy popular names for a party. 9unty Treasurer Richard Lewis lead in majorities in the county ticket receiving aboijt 7.V. Clerk Pay ton received a majority ot about 6G2, Reg ister ijmcry ("3, Shcrlil-Robblus 515, Prosecuting Att'y Fitch CG2. Chas. lis. Qsborn received a majority of b'41 for governor over Ilemans. State Senator Scott lead the ticket by about 1034 ma jonty over his democratic opponent, Coucressman Dodds received aboqt 1023 majority and State Represent ative Pearsou about (149. Cmmty Finances. receipts. Cash on hand Oct, 1st, 1QIQ $9,048 60 Delinquent taxes 819.94 General Fund 8,000.00 T.ihrnrv TTnnii 33.00 Teachers Institute Fund 18 00 Hunter Lir.iMises 17(.'H iV 18.039 24 Disbursements. General Fund $9,111.82 Interest 20 74 Poor Fund 544.54 Kulriiprfl Relief Fund- 27.00 Probate Court Qrders 67. 41 Detroit House of Correction.. 6 00 Balance on hand Kov.lst 8.319 73 18,089 24 The money received In tho geneial fund, was burrowed from the several b.mks In the county. pated at Charlevoix, Nov. 3rd. 1910. Richard LEvrs, Couuty Treasurer. Arthur Reldel, the Detroit bar tender who drank carbolic acid and died In a police ambulance one day last week as a result of a drunken carousal, Tolfey Buzynski who shot and killed a fellow laborer In a Bay City saloon Sunday night, Voloey Smith, the Detroit saloonkeeper who phot and killed Edward Sullivan a fcW days ago, and Henry NolTz, a Grand Trunk gatcKcepcr who became go drunk while qn duly as a result of repeated visits to a nearby saioon that a disastrous train accident was only averted through a policeman hurridly tak4jig his place, were all exercising their assumed personal noeriy ana saloon privileges up to the last hours aijAie aoove raierui inciuenus. uui. tcir crimes are burdens which the members of their families and society as a whole must fully bear. The salo ons which are responsible for such rc? pulf-s op n as early and remain open as before; They accept no responsibil ity, take note of none of the accum ulating results of their so;called "business'' and when public Indigna tion Is directed against theai Hay glibly talk of the rent they pay and of their contribution? to local trade. But the misery and misfortune and death created by the saloon will In evitably cause it to be put out of ex igence. Thd fate iag been delayed pl cannqt qp avoided. NOVEMBER. Mr. Taft, who rules tho nation; Oilers this, his proclamation: Whereas, Proyjdencc continues Blessing us from day to day, And the boon of ipdependence lias, uptake It, come to stay; And whereas, indulgent Mature Lavishes upon us t Bounty In excess of what the Weather and te bugs can kill; And whereas, The old republic Could'nt be improved qpon, Notwithstanding everybody Gets to run it off and on; Therefore, I, as delegated Now aud for a short time hence president, decree that turkey Shall gq up to 20 cents. NOREASON FOR DOUBT. A Statement of Facts Backed by a Strong Guarantee. That's about all there ii to It. Once tho country raised its own. and the White House proclamation was, not greeted with a groan. Father simply grabbed the hatchet, mother got the water hot, father read the proclamat ion to the turkeys in the 'lot, all the young and female turkeys promply fainted from the shock, and after due farewells the gobbler laid hia head upon the block. No one telephoned tno butcher, ask ing what a turkey post. No one in his deeD resentment wished the Pilgrims had been lost. No one, while the feast proceeded, knew the torment of the rack figuring upon his napkin what the day had set him back. Everybody was provided, as the founders presupposed. No one can be vprv thankful, if the truth should be disclosed, paying what we pay for turr kev, and for all of Heaven's gifts feei ng that the day was founded for the Armours and pie S.vJfts. November gets Its name from the Latin novem (nlne).and was originally the ninth month of the year. This brouirht Thanksgiving around two months earlier than we have it now, nod it became very unpopular. The in surgents, who constitute a majority In the agricultural districts, were bit? terly opposed to It. Tney made two content ions: First, that young turkeys were not old enough to market; second that crops had not progressed to the noint where it was p;issib,lc to make out whether there was anything to be thankful for or not. In 713 B. C. the storm broke, Tiie insurgents carried Gaul, Britannia and 17 other doubtful g ates. and the Forum iinmedj itelv iissembled and made November the eleventh month ut' the year, We guarantee complete relief to all sufferers from constipation. Jn every case where we fall we will sup- dIv the medicine free. Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effect ive, dependable and safe bowel rega latnr at.roncrt lipripr nnd tonic. They re-establish nacre's functions In a quiet, easy way. They do not cause any inconveniencp, griping or nausea: They arc so pleasant to take and work so easily tijat they may be tak? en by any one at any time. They thoroughly tone up the whole system to healthy activity. Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassaUe and ideal for the use of ehUdrcu, old folks and delicate persons. We can not too highly recommend them to all sufferprs from any form of constipa tion and its attendant evils. Two sizes. 10c. and iuc. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Orderlies in this community only at our store The Hexall Store. The W. C. Spring Drug Co. This is the I Season for ! Colds ! Cough, Croup, Grip, Pneumonia, etc. Don't t fail to provide some rem- t edy ho that you can use t $ it at once. The right i Potato Ckatf.s. "We have now on hand a big supply of Potato Crates. Call and let u supply your wants at a low figure East Jordan Planing Mills Co., B. E. Waterman, Mgr. $80.00 per month straight salary and expense, to men with rig, to in? trod ucc0)iir Poultry remedies. Don't answer unless (" mean business. Eureka Poultry Food Mlg. Co. (In corporated) East St. Louis, 111. It Isn't so dlflicult tq strengthen a weak stomach if one goes at it cor rectly. And this is true of the Heart ind Kidneys. The old fashioned way of dosing the Stomach or stimulating the Heart or Kidneys is surely wrong! Dr. Snoop Urst found this error. "Go to the weak or ailing nerves of these or? trans", iaid he. E;ich Inside organ has IU controlling or "inside nerve . When these nerves fall then thoe organs must surely falter. This vital truth is leading druggists everywhere to dispense and recommend Dr. Sho op's Restorative. A few das tt will surely tell! Sold by Jas. Gidley remedy given at the beginning may save serious trouble later. Don't forget that wo have all the leading rem edies. VINOL. The cod liver oil preparation without the disagreeable taste. Cherry Bark Cough Syrup, one of the best. White Pine and Red Spruce, one that you. all know. Rexall Baby Cough Syrup, one for children alone and which contains -no opiates. Drakes ('roup Remedy. Derby's Croup Mixture and all the other good ones. Remem? ber vyhere you can (jet them. 5 Buy Your Winter Fuel Now! I 1 You can save Onk Dollar per Ton on that LOal Hard Coal bill by ordering Now. VI7 J Wp can supply you wjth good Heating Y Y 00(1 wood at 75c Per cord, and wood suit able for cook stove at $J. Either green or dry. E. E. BRQWN plenty of it all the best That's the combination you want to look for when you start out to buy Groceries tha.t Is, If you are at all particular to get something which makf s a noise like about the best thing on the market atid your appetite. Here's a stock that is tillodwlth the most reliable staples, and all the tasty, tempting little niceties and table luxuries a well. From flour and sugar to the finer tilings, w e carry an elaborate se lectionIn tact; anything you want that's irood. Then, you must remember the argument our prices offer. WILL RICHARDSON W. C. Sprinj o n v Drug Co. Arthur Vance guiLpiNG Contractor East Jordan, Mich. All work dqnc in a satisfactory and workmanlike manner, Phone No. 111. ' Tiione No. lfi AVATER PIPES BIJRST? "Well just send for us and stoy worrying. We make a specialty qf quick and thorough PLUMBING REPAIRS and for new work wp gladly furnish, estimates and undertaKe to do the work in superior fashion, using only the best materials. Try u,s. MARINE SUPPLIES, GEORGE H, SPENCER, CURING CATARRH. Accept Our Advice and Try This Remedy at Our Risk. BOTH SPEEDY AND EFFECTIVE. This indicates the action of Foley Kidney Pills as S. Parsons. Battle fr..b Mtrh. Illustrates: "I have been nfUlctcd with a severe case of kidney and bladder trouble for which I found no relief until I used Foley Kidney Pills. These cured me entirely of all my ailments. I was troubled with backaches aud severe shooting pains with annoying urinary Irregularities The steady use of Fley Kidney Pills rid me entirely of all my former troubles. They have my highest rcc pmrijtLdaUoQ". llltcs Drug atore. Catarrh Is a disease of the mucous membrane. The mucous membrane Is, one may say, the Interior llningof the body. Catarrh therefore may exist in anv part of the system. When the catarrhal poison attacks the mucous membrane, Inflammation and congestion are produced and nat wre falls to throw off the accumulated nolsons. The or an which has been afllicted ceases to perform, its proper functions as nature Intended it should The result is, complication upon com TilicaLirm. which may lead to other even more serious afllictions. We honestly believe Rexall Muour Tone will do wonders toward overcom knar catarrh. It Is made from the prescription of an eminent physician who made a long study of catarrh. and his. great success with this remedy was an enviable one. We want you if you are a sufTcrtf from catarrh in any form, to give Pvexali Mucu-Tone a thorough trial. Use It with regularity and persistency for a reasonable length of tlme. then if you are not satisfied, come back and tell us, aud without question or formality we will hand back to you every cent jou paid us. This certain ly Is the falrvtit offer that any one could and should attest ouc sincerity of purpose. It comes in two sizes, prices &uc. and $1.QQ. Umiember you can obtain it ouly at The llexall fStoro. 1 .. fist! ...... V V WVkWWVWV FRED E, BOO-SINGER A HOUSEHOLD. MEDICINE. To be really valuable mus.t show equally good results from each mem tier of the family using It. Foley's Honey and Tar does Jmt this. Whet her for children or grown persons Fol ey's Honey and Tar Is best and safest for all coughs and cold. IIU93 Drug store. You may have occasion to morrow to wear a Bischof coat Clothes count fo so much and it is well to have on hand one of the $mart Fall styles. The Bischof coats we are showing now are made of two materials, in the fashionable . striking combinations of . fough and smooth cloths. ( Rarely can you get such attractive models at such reasonable prices. Notice the smooth tailor Inr. th protected teams, the "y buttopa" In all BUcl.of mocUl. The? indicatf the ere'tlien throughout with Bischof oats. For Sale in East Jordan onlv at B. C. Hubbard & Cos The Season s Grestest Values For Seasonable Dry Goods. Cotton fleeced, part wool and all wool Blankets in white, grey and the lead ing colors. To specialize. One lot of splendid heavy cotton blankets real value " 81.00, our price 77 cents. One lot 11-4 blankets, splendid colois, guaranteed to be worth $1.50 and $1.75, our price $1.25t Wool blankets direct from the mills priced byuaat $4.00. $5.00, $G.OO to $8.00, quality guaranteed to be in any market; a dollar more than we ask for them. Our furs direct from the great manufacturing firm of M. L. Cohen and brother of New York City. Every article guaranteed to be this year's make; not an u W, lU V old piece among them all. 15y special arrangement vsre Ci mkrf have with this big concern, all furs left at the end of tho season, are returneu w uiuui auu muu duhuv v, Vi-'f'y in 01 ine season are guiirauu' w " B'1 J M$ n stylish goods, Tho prices range from $2.00 to $10.00 HVAAl 4 "isilf aCCOrUUlK IU UlUPlVIUcUiu aihu vi j . MZr'5 not tail to maKe an cany can wnno hukh. wu Wf;f plete. . ' , . w . r HAV ul It ianow underwear tine and we are right in line With the best of the seasons goods- Prices from 2 5c. to $3.00 in men' sand ladies wear. We are agents for the wellnown Iron Hosery. You know from experience that there is nothing better in hosery than this celebrated make. These Are pnly a few of the splendid staple things that we are offering in seasonable goods. t ' Beautiful rugs given away as premiums. Another lot just received, WJieu will you bo in? Quality First of All" our motto.