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HIDDEN DANGERS. THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION Much sickness Due to Bowel Pisordcrs A doctor's first question when ton Hulled by a patient Is, ''Are your IjowcIs regular?" 11m knowsj that 98 percent or illness is attended with in active bowel and torpid liver, and that this condition rauai be removed gently and thoroughly berore health tan be restored. Ilexill Orderlies are a positive, pleasant and safe remedy for consti pation and bowel disorders iu general. We are so certain of their great, cur ative value that we promise to return the purchaser's money in every case when they fall to produce entire satis faction. llexall Orderlies are eaten like candy, they act quietly, and have a soothing, strengthening, healing In fluenco ou theeutire intesliual tract. They do not purine, gripe, cause nausea flatulence, excessive looseness, diar rhoea or other annoying effect. They are especially good for children, weak persons or old folks. Two sizes, 25c. and 10c. Sold only at our store The Jlexall Store. W. C. Spring Drug Co. WANTED LOGS and BOLTS We will pay best market prices for all kinds of Hard wood Logs and Bolts deliver ed to our mill or on the line of the E. J. & S. Ii, R. or D. & C. R. R. We want your Logs and Bolts. Write us, phone us or call at the ofli2e for prices and specification. East Jordan Cooperage Co. East Jordan, Mich. Fitted ! I crIt J. LEAHY suit I OPTOMETRIST Expert on Eye Strain. Curing Head- ache a Specialty. J Optical Parlors. PETOSKEY. MICH ? Will visit East Jordan once each month. W9tch for date. 4 f J. G. BLAKE I Auctioneer 1 ft East Jordan, - - - - Mich. i farm sales 8 a specialty. ;:: I! Write, or Phone 174 at my jjj expense. $ mwmwwMvwwwwtwiwm I I Dr. C. H. Pray Dentist J Offices Over Payton's. Office Hours: $ 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. ra., And Evenings, Thone No. 223. j Dr. F.P.Ramsey j rnyBician ana burgeon. , Graduate of College of Physicians and Surgeons of the University of Illinois. UrrlLL MILKMAN ULUIK East Jordan, Mich. Phone No. 196. J I J A thin senm of ice formed over the lake Saturday and since then the Ice has been gradually thickening. The below poem, which has local color. Is being published throughout the United States, nd Is particularly appropriate at this season. In Port We're tied up for the winter an' the engine's dead an' cold; It's dark an dim an smelly In th' stillness o' th' hold; There's no one in th pilot house, there's no one on th deck. There' no one rubbiu' down.the brass so it ain't ijot a speck It's me that sets an' watches her wl' nothln' else to do Than pull me pips an' wisht that we was head i n ' lor th ' Soo. ' Oh, It's loafln' Into Charlevoix an' warpln' to th dock, An' roundin' up to Harbor Springs a-sailln' by th' clock, An swlugin' on to Mackinac an' turuln' at th' Soo It's me'U oe dreamin' of it all th' cussed whiter through! Oh, what's the use o1 winter-time, wl' people tiayln home? No kids a standin'in th' bow a'look- ln' at th foam. Nobody askin' questions an' nobody gettln' fkeered. No Old Man siftin' cusswords at us fellers through his beard! Just settin'. settin', till I'm feelln' like a hen, An' waltlrT till I feel th' deck roll under me again. Oh, It's blow th' bridge at Charlevoix an' watch it while it swings, Then out aain an' up again an' into Harbor Springs, An' boom I u' on to Mackinac, an' turnin' at th' Soo I got to dream about it all th' cussed winter through! No layln' on th' deck at night an' spinnin' old-time yarns We might as well be on th' farms a-feedin' stock in barns! When once th' lakes get holt o' ye they never let ye jjo; Ye set an' wait an' wait an' set an' smoke an cuss th' snow An' durn nigh pray to hurry on th' ttrst warm winds that bring Th' news that pretty soon we'll be a paintln' her for spring Then send th' news to Charlevoix to He th' bridge again, Au' send th' word to Harbor Springs from us lake sailor-men; It's warp her out o' Mackinac an' turn her at th' Soo I'll smoke an' dream about it all th cussed winter through! It'8 la a dead sure wager that Gen eral Miles hasn't sent a letter of con dolence to Colonel Theodore Roose velt. Some one asks why the football season Is so short. Because we sup pose, they run out of material by Thanksgiving. If Congress puts through all the work Mr. Taft is cutting out, the journeymen legislators will have .to labor long beyond union hours. As long as the airships are $7,500 aplece.we will have to abandon '.he Idea of giving them around as Christ mas presents. A man appreciates a good Carpet, more especially in winter then In summer; It teuds to harmonize dom eitlc relations and does away with cold feet. Emput Bros. We hope there Is nothing slgnlfi cant In the fact that It U from the dry" districts that the loudest appeals for a parcels post system are heard. FODD FOR A YEAR Meat ...3001b. Milk 240 qts. Butter 100 lbs. Egfis 27doz. Vegetables 500 lbs. This represents a fair ra tion for a man for a year. But some people eat and eat and grow thinner. This means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishing proper ties ten pounds of meat' Your physician can tell you how it does it TOXi BALE BY ILL DRUGGISTS Send 10o., Bam of paper and thla aL for cor beautiful Bavinea Bank and Cblld'a Ekotch-Book. Each bank con Ulna a Good Luck Tanny. SCQTT POWNE, 409 Pcaul SU Nw York Nature Gives Timely Warnings Th a tNo East Jordan Citizen Can Afford to Ignore. Danger Signal No. 1 comes from the kidney secretions. They will warn you when the kidneys are sick. Well kidneys excretb a clear, amber fluid. Sick kidneys send out a thin, pale and foamy, O! a thick, red, Ill-smell- Ing urine, full of sediment and irregu lar of passage. ( Danger Signal No. 2 comes from the back. Back pains, dull and heavy, or sharp and acute, tell you of sick kidneys and warn you of the coming of dropsy, diabetes and Brlght's dis ease. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys and cure them permanently. Here's East Jordan's proof: L. D. Porter. Bown & Mill Sts., P;ast.Iordau, Mich., says: "lean give Doan's Kidney Pills my strongest re commendation as they have helped me wonderfully. My back was extremely lame and In the morning when I got up, I could hardly straighten. When I attempted to stoon or lift, sharp, dartingpains passed through my body. My klpneys were sluggish ann the kid ney secretions wre unnatural- and contained sediment. Doan's Kidney Pills procured from the Spring Drug Co., acted like a charm and it did not take them long to drive away the pains and aches. You ara welcome to use my reference." .For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. For Sale or Trade. I have a six-room house lathed and plastered, lot 4x12 rods, pooM'osnon, cellar, porch 6x24, located at Boyne City near the Chemical Plant, to trade for city property or small farm near East Jordan. I also have several good houses In all parts of Boyne City; also some good business chances; and farms in all parts of the county. Joel Johnston. Foley Kidney Pills are tonic In action, quick in results, and restore the natural action of the kldnevs and bladder. They correct irregularities. Illte Drug Store. Our Tea and Coffee Service W Is said by our customers to be excel lent, because they were never served with any better Tea or Cotlee since they began drinking either. There is a delicious aroma, and a peculiar ly attractive flavor to our Teas and Coffees which soon makes them popular favorites in the most par tlcular households. All we ask Is that you will test cur claim by a trial order. We know that you will afterwards admit the Justice of our claim. Sherman & Son. County Normal Notes. The class have neen reporting on some bulletins connected with their work In agriculture. Some were: Grain Rust, Edith Cady; Cranberry Fungus, Edith Hale; Fungicides, Raymond Bennett; Weeds lu medicine, Florence McKee and Lula Taylor; and Wild Morning Glory, Llla Shapton. Florence McKee was absent Wed nesday afternoon, Nov. 3u, because of illness. Eta Cram substituted in the train ing room Friday afternoon. Dec. 2 be cause of the absence of Miss Whiting who was ill. The class are taking Christmas songs In connection with their music. Edith Hale substituted in the eighth grade room, aud Edith Cady In the seventh, Thursday morning. Dec. 1, while the teachers and the civics class attended a session of court at the court house. Most of the class are suffering with sore arras caused from vaccination. A "10 cent tea" ulll be given by the normal class, Thursday afternoon Dec. 8, in the high school building. There will aiso be hand made Christ mas glfti for sale. Hours three to five, : CV-rcl TTr vfj ill And Expects LEONARD'S VARIETY STORE f Xmas Eve at 11:00 p. in., from where he will visit hia little friends. S MiM!i!iiniiiiii!i!iii!iiniii,Illlm",,um,,lll!!iaiii!;ii!iiiiiiiiini I THIS LOT 10c EACH J lj Don't Fail To Sec Our FanCy Bulk and An Elegant Line of 5c And 10c Box Candies Xmas Cards c . XMAS BROKEN MIXED Sectlon 9c per lb., 3 1- 25c fourfw 5c- Will still continue our 1-4 off Sale on fart(y riiino on Tuf Hlocc IncIu(1!n2 Water Sets, Fruit and Berry Sets, Game Vnina anU l,Ul UiaSS Sets Etc., costing Sl.OO or more, 1-4 off. Don't wait; come now while stock is complete. LEONARD'S Variety Store t j .r ti i i i i i i i ( mm w I ii r iika - - a mi m, m to Reach Headquarters for Now is the Time To Make Your Selections. Books, Toilet Sets, Salad Bowls, China Novelties, La dies' Hand Bags and Purses. Fancy and Hand Painted China Plates from 50c to $3.75. ( P fc Of All Kinds llCtUreS At Right Prices. Dolls Dolls Dolls All Kinds, Colors and Sizes. Prices from Jc to $5 Doll Cabs and Doll Furniture. Tumbling & Growling Teddy Bears Performing Cats, and TOYS Of All Description. EAST JORDAN MICH. I t East Jordan at v : z t imnmirmnimnmirinii"'II!Knnnniln"i:imirni; THIS LOT 5c EACH ..-.nmiimiimf!n"nn3& plW'""" r 1 ffl lumnnraniiaiiiina,, t t t i i X I !