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Arbor and Bird Pay neje T .-Afbtnall beat wes up from Tuesday. Charts voix this week with a consignment of pcrchandise. , 4,Dr. Jeykell and Mr. Hyde" will be among the films shown at the Family .Theatre this Saturday evening. The East Jordan dumber Co. Jr clearing up a sU hundred acre tract near Illtchcock which they will de: yelop Into a model stock farm. - Cadillac has lo,st pne dally. paper, the News havjng bought tho CJtlen', .Geo. S. Ktanley, the veteran and ver Ke cdit.or, will go to Muskegon. When you bear that a woman 1ms educaUd br bfjsband, it may merely be meant that she Iihs been giving him "pieces of her mind" at various Intervals. Exle Stradinger of Mancelona, aged 15 years, was accldently shot and kil led last Saturday by. Henry Watklns a 13-IW-oldJad, The ball entered her JorMiead and she lived about six hours after the accident. The Hum was launched Monday and is expected to make her initial trip to East Jordan soon under tlie command of Capt. William Jepson of Washington Harbor who will put forth every effort to accomodate the passengers of this popular boat. Charlevoix Courier. Charles Spencer suffered a paralytic ptroke last Monday forenoon, en tire right side being ajjecte.d. At present he Is resting easily but Is pot recovering as rapidly s dpslred. He was doing some carpenter work on W. S. Carr's residence and was alone at the time he su Cored the stroke. Wm. T. Boswell fins decided to erest a twn-story brick store building on his Main hyt. property just north of the Postoflise building. The building will be 23x75 feet. He Intend leas ing the first floor and use the second for his photograph gallery. Work on game Aill commence In the near fu ture. Several carloads of fruit trees have already been received at E ist Jordan this spring and are being planted on 15 farms hereabouts. Among those who are setting out trees is the Eve line Land and Fruit Co. who are handling about 5.000, Stroebel Bros. COO, W A. Loveday 500, aud many others. A very pretty wedding1 took place at the home of Mc. and Mrs. Jlprman Hammond Saturday evening when Miss Dessie Balder becfijT.e i'tjje wlfp of William Montroy. both popular yoqng people of East Jordan. The cprem'iuy was preformed by Bev. T Porter Ben pptt pastor of the Methodist church. T he bride was assisted by Miss Hattle Graff and thegroom by ForestCarney. The Herald job department this week turned out a quantity of adver tising matter for Manager Waterman of the East Jordan Planing Mills Co. The Company are pushing the sales yof their high grade Library and OtHce Tables, These Tables are solidly con structed, have a first-class finish, and the wholesale prices they are quoting on them is below that of any other table manufactury In thp. United States. Commencjns May 1st and continu ing inf l Ma.y'31st the local Fostoffice department will be kept busy count: Ing and weighing all nall passing through' this office each day. This Is in compliance with an order from the Postmaster General and applies also to Rural Carriers. All outgoing and Incoming mall will have to be classi fied,, numbered and weighed each day. The East Jordan office is haudl-. Jng about 5,00') pounds each week which flll mean a lot of extra work. It will take bout one-half hour long er to distribute and the pouches on outgoing mall will have to be closed one-half hour earlier.' The E. J. & S. morning pouches will be qlqscd at 7:45 and D. & C. at 8:00. Tho afternoon V E. J. & S. pouches will be; closed at 1:45. Village President Cross has. Issued a proclamation calling upon the citi zens of East Jordan to cle.au up hclr premises. Thursday was. tnq opening day and the cleaning up wllj continue for a week. The Village, through ctroot ivim'r Tt. Tj. Winters, will furnish teams for hauling away the refuse free of charge during this time. Anyone having gathered up the de 1 brls around their premises should notify our Street Commissioner and he will see to it tlVat It Is hauled away. Already the Improvements are. commencing to snow as our mnw wings?", are giving our main streets a f.hfirnn trh nveNhaullng. However wc want tq say right here that It isn't the mam strecis mat mo icu m n undesirable conchtldri. It's the back hIIcvs and the back premises of some " of our property holders that n,t times present disgraceful conditions.. And its these cases that we hope the prop pr deoartment will get busy and com- o ri.ninir-un even if harsh . . - . j, M'ss Irma Ilurlbert is csaUtlog at Wlcsmao's, h. C. Madison was a Charlevoix 1 visitor, Monday. Percy Hill and family are home from Mississippi. The new b,ake wagon of Muma $c Co. is some plassy. L. F. Leonard was a Farwell busi ness visitor, recently. Heorgo Dickie of Charlevoix has rqoved to East Jordan. Bert Clow of Pellston Js )tcrc guest at the home of Jacob, Woods. . A woman loves a man soujetlnjes just because no one else will. John Thompson of Mancelona was here guest of frend,si Sunday. Mrs. George Slmmqns of Mancelona is guest of East Jordan frlendg. Miss Myrtle Ward is cashier aft. he East Jorcjan Lumpr po.'s $tqre. MfS. Charles Howp was guest of her parent at Mancelona oyer Sunday. Harry Potter has, sold his four passenger touring car to, Louis Gass. Miss Audie Meeker of Alba-was vis iting Ea$t jQrdan friends over Sun day. Bqrn to Mr. and Mrs. Earl lluhllng jj, seep pound (laughter, Saturday Jat. Mrs. F. P. Ramsey Is entertaining Mrs. Cooley Campbell of Central Lake. Duncan MIsenar and Lvle Wiggins left Monday for a trip to the Canadian Northwest. Bus Sedgman and family now oc cupy the Fred Bennett residence on the West Side. Will Schf rtlt-s left Monday for Pe toskey where he will take treatment In the hospital there. Misses Vesta Gay and Mcrjlla Parr gcant are here frorq Flint guest of friends and relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Eber Burdlck enter tained A. M. Burdjck and wife of Charlevoix over Sunday. Floyd" Wigging who has been here visiting his parents returned to his work at Durand. Monday. Gqy Gralf returned Thursday even ing from his studies at St. Louis, Mo. plumbing Techinlcal school. Miss Ethel Northon Is hme from her duties as teacher In Dlst. No. 4, Hudson township, near Vanderbllt. MesdiimcH Ed. Webb and Mike Ad dis were called U Grand Rapids. Tuesday by the serious illness of a sister. Mrs. W. C. Galloway of Central Lake was here guest of her son, H. E., and grand-daughter, Miss Myrtle Lucia. Mrs. Adelaide Tupper, who has been spending the winter with Man celona friends, returned to East Jor dan this week. Charles Sheldon has purchased the frame residence on the rear of E. Flagg's lot and Is moving same on a lot near the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Lelloy Sherman are now making their home with his mother. 4. G. Muma and family will occupy the residence vacated. Miss Mary Berg ys forced to closp her gchool in th,e Bills District last week owing to Jllnpss flrid has been confined to her bed this week with rheumatism,. Men make fun of women because they tlck so close to the fashions, yet how many , meiti are there going around without hats, (a certain pre ventive of baldheadedness) or wearing de'collette tdiirts (which would be a yery comfortable, and qqt immodest mode of dress for summer wear). : 4 I Your Deposits f I In This, Bank Arc Protected 7 Burglar Insurance on every cent ol money in T T our vanity 1 I Protected BndthA"5' 5 T - can Surety Co., 56,000,- T 4 &00 capital,' against any 4 mismanagement on the par ol our official staff. 1 Protected h Su,e uPerTision t J r frequent inspection by J 4 State Banking Commis- 4 sioner. 5 Protected JVe conr.0u. ?( ,tock 1 - r . ioidtj of thirty years t experience in banking x X nd who operate oyer 4 twenty banks in this State, representing an inTesttnentofS5.000.00a LET THIS STRONG BANK IIAN PLE YOUR FINANCIAL AFFAIRS. Safety Service Peoples State Savings Bank. I 4 KA9Tm.dan' 4 Laundry basket leaves Mack's every Tuesday noou. We have a fine selection of garden seed, Northern grown. E. A. LkJvis. Go to the Family Theatre tonight and see the film 'Ir. Jeykell and Mr. Hyde. , ' Uujney chwab' of Minnesota U 1ere guest tf his daughter, Mrs. Bert Lorraine. f)ur canned fruits and veuetables make a variety for the talc tfiis time of year. K. A. Levis. Wednesday, May 3rd, W tlje date when .1. Leahy, the Optometrist, will be at the Itu?ell House. One day only.. "Say John, I wt$h yoij would, pal) at WtiTTiNp.TpN' and logk over stock of wall paper, lie ha tljo largest and tnest st?ck lo town." Don't fajl to ee Empf-v Brq?.' dis play of beautiful Rus Just ic.celyed. Tljey were bought right and we are able to sell them at a very low tltfure. Mary, where did you jfet this beautiful wall paper? You must have paid 35c. a roll for It.". "I got it at Whittinoton's Tor lo. a roll." A tire caused by carelessness caused one death and the destruction of $20,- 000 worth of property in tfie business district at Lake City Saturday moin- ititf. Mr. and Mm. George Atkinson left Monday for Jackson where they will make their futtire home, 4r. Atkin son belop affiliated in business with a cousin there. You had better have that parlor of yours repapercd this spring. Tear pft the qld faded paper that has done setvlce so many years and rvplape it wltl new. You cannot $0 better than to let Mover figure on your next Job of paper-hanging. The Northern Michigan. Poultry association has been organized at Petoskcy with the, following o Ulcers: President, Dr. George Keycraft; ' first vice-president, Fr. J. C. Wildej second vice-president, Geo. Cox; third vice president, Gilbert Hicks; secretary, Albert Gruler; treasurer, Harry Gates. A locomotive on Mitchell Bros, narrow gauge logging railroad seven miles south of Kalkaska, In trying to make a steep grade with 50 loads, of logs. Jumped the track and turnefj turtle into a ditch last Friday night. Engineer Robert Helsel, H years old. and Fireman Herbert Parker, 3f years old, were both crushed to death under the logs that pilel upon the wrecked engine. Helsel Is survived by a wid ow aid live children at Lake City, and Parker by a widow and four children at Jennjngs. Trout tNllng season frje.n2 next Monday, Mav 1, lu tins &tate and fishermen here are making prepara tions. The season does not close un til Sept. 1. Landlocked salmon, grayling, speckled, California, Loch Leven and steel-head , trout over scyen inches can be taken during the season. Tlje open season for bass Is from Junq 15 tq Feb. 1, ar,d qnv over ten inches, limited to ten In a catch, can be Uken. Strawberry, white and calico bass, over seven mches are limited to 20. The trout season two years ago opened on April 15, but the law has changed, going Into effect last year. The last issue of tho Weekly Al: manlan-contalns an account of a de bate between a team representing Alma College and Hope College, the question, being the commission form, of government.' Alma had the aHlrm atlve and won. Orl M. MIsenar was one of the three representing jlma and the Almanian has the following to gay about him: "O M. Misenar opened the debate. AJter defining the question, and dwelling upon Its, practical significance, he pointed out that reforms failed to reform, citing the pases of Pittsburg and St. Louls He heu showed that the commission form of government had worked with success iu a large number of Ameri can titles, correcting the evils of the preset ajstem." Claries A. Bavliss, for maoy years a resident of East Jordan, waij found dead In bed at fis home In Elk, Rap ids on Sunday Jast, April 23. He had been 6lcK most of the winter, but his dcah was unexpected. Deceased was born in Toronto, Canada . I auu ary 1J, 18-13, and came to Michigan, when he was thirty-five years old, locating fit st at Lapeer, and later at East Jordan. For m,aoy years he owned and controlled the brick yard cf this place. His wife preceeded him four years ago. He leaves twelve children, five girls and tevcn boys; Mrs. Frank Biter at Waloon Lake,' Mrs. Grant Snelllng at Newberry, Mrs.' Floyd Mooro at Central Lake, Mrs Jes,s Slay and George lajlisat BoyneClty, Mrs. IJarry Parks. Loul?, Fred, Holly, Jes Barney and Uoy of this, place! He also leaves three sisters aud one brother. Funeral ser vices were held from the home of his son, Louis, on Tuesday afternoon, the body being brought here for burial, Rev. A. D. Grlgsby officiat ing. The remains were Interred In the Lakeside cemetery. Leave your laundry at Mack's. Wall Paper? Yes. Where;' O. n. Whjttingtons . Adani Is the only man to becoiuo famous for falling flown. When a man ge.ts Jhalf-sJjOt" his family Is hurt the wprjjt. . Don't worry alxHjt trouble. Jt has never niipsed an appointment yet. Be a little fhy Qf the girl that fool her mother to keep an appointment with you. Some of tho belles we read about don't seem to be giving jnuch of a moral tone to society. The Srhool of Experience gives no plplomas. No one has ever complet ed the full curriculum. A woman will do anything for ove and man will do anything for a wom an, so there hadn't ought to tye many things left undone In this world. . Man can not serve his country Jn public station) and devote the tloyp he should to the development of the suc ceeding generations. The ordinary woman's vocabulary runs about 400 words but some sur prising results are obtained front ln: tensive cultivation. Some men will work Just as hard trying not to lose over half their sal aries )n a poker game' as their wives will to make the other half pay the bills. Good results always follow the pe of Foley's Kidney Pills. They eive prompt relief In all cases of kidney and bladder disorders. Try them. Hlte Drug Co. A daily tells usthata South Dakota man named Senn has thirty newspa pers. It Is also stated that he Is abopt to marry. He'd better do gome thing to get some Serins. Petoskcy, Charlevoix and other northern rerorts are confidently ex pecting a 50 per cent, better season the riming summer than gver before. Prospects are reported good for same. A few long scars on the side of a young man's face, mav not be suffici ent circumstantial evidence that his whiskers have started to grow, but they're an infallible sign that "pater fa mil las" h going to swear the next time ho tries to use his razor. Empey Bros, have received a new consignment of Hugs and they are now hanging on their display racks. They are the largest, lot of fine Rugs of all sizes that ever was kept in this city. Our entire stock was bought after the greatest drop that ever was known in Rugs. Wc have got the goods and also the prices this spring. t Capital $50,000 Surplus Sj3Q0 X 1 n per 1 I I " S CENT. t i Hj1 ! t ?iID ON DEPOSITS. Officers Z W. P. Porter. President " W. L French. Vice Pres Geo. G. Glenn.' Cashier Directors W. P. Porter, W.L. French, J T.has, M. SchatTer. F. M. Severance, X M. II. Robertson. Carl Sffoebel.' Fred Smlrh, B.E. Waterman. Geo. G.Glenn. ! WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. I Family Theatre Program, Saturday. The Flight Across the Atlantic. iJcw York from Some of the Tall Buildings. Dr. Jeykell and Mr Tlvrifl. Sunday: A Rlcheieau, Drama. The .1 J !.- ll.l Man anu me uin. Monday Th,e Fur Co,at. Tuesday Mother and Child. The Lambert 1911 tyofc W. F. Empey wishes to say to the public that he Is agent for the Lam bert Auto. Ilia car goes ou,t regard less, of roads, or conditions and never tods sand, too deep or hills so steep that it cannot take you to your Jour neys end and bring you home without a tow. A demonstrating cqr is hero on display. If yoiA anticipate getting a car be sure you see the Lambert be fore deciding. Real Estate W. A. Loveday FIRE INSURANCE. ? ST Ynn Qlinld to acquaint yourself with wjiat is newest to wear this spring and whatls best to buy. Drop in here tod$y tomorrow qr as soon1 as you can fijifl aiy you want to look afc the New Gpods; Pur aim, at this tipie $ to shqy the male elpment of this town the advantages in Quality, Sepyjpe anjrt J?rico to bepclusiyely obtainec gt his store. JLtft u sliow you. lUWIESMflN ? :i East Jordan Planing Mills Co., B. E. WATKRMAN, Manager. I I S 4 ' SPECIAL ADVANTAGES Individual Instrucrion. Bed-Rock 1 horoughness, Keen Specific Training in the Living Principles of Shorthand, Business and Finance, Over 300 Students placed in positions annually. Model Apartments, Enthusiastic Graduates, Railway Fare allowed students from out of the city. It pays to go to "the best." SEND FOR SUMMER SCHOOL. i A SIGN You must admit that fcj it is sometimes neces jJ say to take a tonic to S keep the interior de- partment in order. For that DON'T CARE FEELING foj which sometimes co.mes over you. A bottle of Kalamazoo Celery Tonic is excellent. Ve not only have cures for 'Uhat don't pare feeling," but fqr. every other ailiet. When you need medicine think o us. Fishing Tackle, ase Ball Goos. The Hitc Drug Company. Three Poqrs North Postofljce. S To err is liuman, to forplve Is not. ForSalk Two p.ure bred WhUp Leghorn CtMtkrels. Also so.me choice setting! of epgs, single poml white leKlQrrAs, TUe celebrated Fer ris strain P,f Grnd Kapld.Frlce $2.pQ per setting. TUU' pri e very loV considering qulty. Fue.aw Walton. 12-4. Backache, Ncrtoutnftf , Rktupatijp. Mean disordered kidneys. Foley Kidney FHI3 bayc helped your neigh bors; they will also help you. Mrs. Louisa Williams, Flint, Mlcb., says: My dauRhter suffered with rheuma-t tism for three years. 1 nrocured a supply or Foley Kidney Pills antf Mhe tc-ok them according to diceotions. In a very short tlnie all the rheumatic pains left her and be has been well ever since. 1 am very tflad to recom mend Foley Kidney Fills to anyone suffering with rheumatism - or other kidney trouble." Ilite Drug Uo. i Rnrfln ft Right Away 4 Custom Planing Mill. v Manufcturfrs and Dulcfs in V Doors, Wjndows and Glass, g Siding,, Cpijing and Flooring Mouhlings, Turned Work, jj .apt SprolJ Sawing. FINISHED lUIBER, FRAMES. CASINGS CATALOO- B- McLachlan business university Pf MIL T, GRAND RAPID OF NEED! 1 Ikf Our SPRING TOfflc res t Jts Time Tp I nnf n t Wc arc prpare to (urnis X you Shade Trees of any X description. Lawns Grad-, X do jnd put in first elm con- (Jitiqn. Sprjdip a specialty, I Wm. Tate t East .oran, R. F. . J'oley Idney nils contain in y concentrated form InRretllents of es tablished therapeutic vil"e for th relief and cure of all kidney an bladder ailments. Foley Kidney Pills, are antiseptic, tonic and restorative,. Kef use substitutes. II tje Dru Cof incisures have to be used.