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IB Howjqui therbab,? grpw strong if tne nursing mqther is pale and delicatp? Scott's Emulsion makes the mother strong and well; increases and en riches the baby's food. WILSON Ilav and train looking fine. "Mlsa'Uelle Saun'iern ' nerit Sunday at tier home in WUsou. ' : Florence Shenard was m the pick list several'days recently. " ' Edith UiiVmyh went to Boyne City lastSdnday to, jktay fur a. few yeeks. 1 CMinton 'dkTmwi of East "Jordan visited apjL'has. liurcli's lb ijijs place ' Miss Bessie Sutton who is v.orkjng In lloyue iplty tfnent 'Sunday 'at ' her liome In Wilson. ' tturtjett.e and Beatrice Payne visit ed trjejr parents at oyue lalls a few 'days jast week. ' ' Coiinty Treasurer .cwis of Cliarle- voix'pald a short jislt to A. II. Now7 land the first pf lhfi week'. ' The Plen'pt, Valley School and Harmony Grange gave an entertatn iheut at tlje school house last Thurs day evening. Miss Ottie Warden went to Marion Centre near Charlevoix bust Moujtlay where she will stay during the sum Vner. ' Mrs. Brown of Grand Rapids has been visiting rejatlyej and frjends in this vicinity the past week. ' ' Archie Sutton has bought t Je .40 acre farrn )n Wilpon' fornieily owned 'by Marlon 1 1 ud Icirja Jr., and has moy kd his family'lhercon. ' We think If Ye Editor would visit the orchards in' Wilson he would not be so 6eruih of that Bumper crop of fruit he" predicted in last weeks paper Knd so far as we'ean learn, It Is the 'same In all of Charlevoix county. ' Miss Grace Hamlin closad asuecess ful term of schcHn Afton last Fri day. Ice bream and lemonade were Served to the chjldre'n ip the after 'noon. Miss Ilaniljn returned ' to her bome near Charlevoix on Mondav leaving mapy frleud$ who wish her success In' her fqtu re work. " Mr. and Mrs. Qrln Vllpn were called to part with their youngest thlld, a little boy nearly three years bid,' who died last Saturday after a short illness w ith Brotichpal Pneu monia.' The funeral services were neld 'Monpy afternoon. They have the sincere sympathy of many frjends and "Pply'ljbprs In tfieir sorrow. ' It's a vvise prpyerU that is able) to deliver the" goods'. fash Prices at Sherman's Salt Pork, 12 C Picnic Ham 2ic premium Hans I8c Premium Bacon 18c Pork Chops I6c Side Pork 13c Porklloast 15 G Home Made Sausage 12 ic Round Beef Steav 14 C girloiii Beef Steal: J7c keef Ribs 8c Beef Rib Roast I2c jBhoulder Roast 10c jS wifts Premium Oleo 25c Home Made Lard 15 C 1 Compoupfl Lard 13 c HAND US YOURUl ORDERS FOR n X 1 JOB PRINTING THE WORK 13 THE BEST THEr PRICE IS; RIGHT IHARLEVOIX COUNTY HERALD G. A. LUk. Publisher ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Kniered at the DogtofUqp at East Jordan Mtc-tilKHii. us Heccnd els$ mall mutt jr. SATURDAY. JUNE 10. 1911- Sept. 1243-14-15 Dates for Northern Michigan's Leading Fair, ' Spring meet-Inn of the officers and directors of the Charjevoi County ' ,.,l,...lt......1 Ufinlntn iirio !u)fi tit. th fqs-ell Iloune, Tuesday. Thoso In attendftnee were: If. 1. IIIpp, presl dent; A. H. Nicholas Jr., aecretjiry; Mariin Ruhliug. treasi)rer; II. 1 Qlnev, .1. II. Laijway, flenrv Nowlarjd, Nat Ruins, Eltr.er jntralls, Wni. Meats, Robert Trice, J. A. Newville, Itlchard Lewis, E. ii. Ward and M. .1. Staley. 'reparations for the pomlng fair were jjonc over and everything points to a banner meet. change was made in the ehecp division of tj)e premium list, this year premiums will bp given on pens pf yearling? and two year-olds. Tne election of ottjeers will hereafter tje held the lust two days of thp fajr. K. B. Ward, as committee chair? n)an, gave a rcportor t he work acconj pilshed towards new buildings. The directprs also went opt to thegrpunds, Inspected the new dlning-hall and keeper's reidenpe. and went over the plans for the other new buildings to bo erected . . It was (epid.ed to appoint only one superintendent for each division, and, where help Is needed, name an as sistant. Below 1 a ljit of those ap pointed; Division At Hqrses "Nat Burns B, Cattle Elmer Jngalls G Swine M, J. Staley D. Sheep M. J. Staley E. roultry Upbt. Price . F, Farm Implements Rpht. Price G, Grains apd VegetablesWas. Meg- gison II, Fruit J. A. Newvillq I, Dairy products Mrs. Upbt. Price J, Fancy WorJj--Mrs. Martin lluhling K, Flowers and plants Mrs. Jlobt. Price 1 L, Miscellaneous E,. R- Ward M, School Work -J. II. Mlllord N. Speed Wrrj. Mears. IJat Burns, II. L. Plney, Walter J;'rench, George Iloijgltoo, Eln;pf Ingalls. MAKING MORE TABLES Planing Mills Co. Developing Their Jfew Industry. The time, Is not far distant wljen East Jordan pan claim among its many features the largest table manu factury In Northern Michigan. Man ager Waterman Is carpfuby develop ing the table industry l their factory. Just now they are building an addi tion 44x00 feet to be used as. atinishing and packing room, A lot of new ipa? chlnery for polishing thp tables I uow on Its wav here and will shortly bp installed. Their high grade parlor tables and ofjice tabh s are bepomlng widely kDown for their merits of cont structioa and quality. Teachers' Examination.. i The regular examination for June yvill beheld in the hUjh school build ing in the City of Charlevoix on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 15-10-17, beginning at 8.0 standard tlmev The questions In reading will be taken from Jullu Cea?ar. Certificates of all gracie will be Is sued from this examination. paper will be furnished fpr appli cants. Applicants who expect to have tielr papers forwarded to pthcr commis sioners will write with pen. Others may use pen or pencil. J. II. Milfoud, Com. LIQUID CURES ECZEMA WHERE SALVE FAILS In regard to eklq diseases medlcaj authorities arp now agreed 09 this: Don't imprison the disease germs in lour skin by the U3e of greasy salres, (ind hu encourage hcm to multiply. A true cure of all pczematous diseases pan be brought about only by using the healing agents in the form of a liquid. ' WASH , THR GERMS OUT. A Simple Wash: A compound of Oil of VVlntergreen, Thymol, and other ingre dients as combined in the D. D. D. prescription, penetrates to the disease erms and destroys it, then soothes and heals the skin as nothing else has ever done. i - , ' A 25-cent trial bottle will start cure, and give ycu Instant relief. TMcg noma Dating Easy hi Absolutely Piive Tho only kzkftig powda matio from IftGgaB Grapo Grccsm of tarter 1 W. C T. U. I Now a Day For Father, Dear Father (By THOMAS SIIELUY) It used to be "Father, dear father, come home with me now," the story being that father had enoijgh to drink. Daddy used to be represented as all sorts of a bad 'un, with an In eradicable tendency to spend his wages instead of taking them duti fully home on Saturday night. Jfow It's "My father was a grand old man" and "Pin a rose on Daddy, dear." That's what they are going to da with father now. . No longer is he to be nprnbered among the despised of earth. The vlnd of public favor has veered aroqnd toward much abused dad, and he is to assume among the posyers. of the eqrth the separate and equal station to which the laws of natqre nd of nature's God entile him. Why, he's to have even a day of his own tho third Sunday of every June. On that glad day ser mons are to be preached for daddy's glorilicatjon. hp is to be relieved from his usual duty of helping mother to dry the dinner dlshps, and siye are all to wear roses In his houor. Happy day for dadf While mother's day, the second Sunday In May. mothered by Miss Anna JarVis, of Philadelphia, nas a few year's history behind It and Is steadily spreading Its Influence throughout the United States, father's da.y Is u product of the prtsent year. Credit for it must be awarded to Mrs. Jtohn B. Dodd, of Spokane. Y;ish. She is the "mother of father's day." Her suggestion that a day be set aside in her own cjty in honor of father met with Instant recognition and favor in Spokane, and the city churches fell In line with remarkable unamlty. Fa ther's day, 15)10, met with a great success In Spokane. Mother's day has Its white carna tion, the emblem of mother. Father's day has Its rose, colored fur the father who is still in the land of the Hying, white for the father who has. passed away. If you wish to giyo outward evidence of honor and respect for the father wljo held you lovingly in his arms when you were a baby wear a rose on father's day. the third Sunday, in June, and use your efforts to have your preacher deliver an appropriate sernion on that day. It Is suggested also that the showing of some little attention to father If he is still In the land pf the living or a visit to his grave if he Is dead will be a,n appro priate feature of the day's observa tion. As a long time will elapse before the next observance of father's day, perhaps it might be well o consider how lather himself, views it. Docs he want to be singled out as an object of laudation for doing his duty us a daddy, or does he believe that the simple .consciousness of having per formed that duty is reward enough?!' Perhaps the testimony that their ef forts are appreciated by ihe children whom Vhey have helped to rear will be a sweet savor in the mouths of the majority of . fathers whose bowed backs and grajed orsllvered hairs bear witness to years of toil cheerfully and and patiently borne for their off spring. The words of Governor Hay, of Washington, who was asked to ex press an opinion of father's day may sound good to mauy fathers, lie wrote: " "Now as tq father's day movement while, of course, I do not disapprove of tfio movement In any way still 1 feel that mother's day Is the more Im portant of the two and that we fa thers can scratch along some way or other without having such a flatter ing mention of us. We men are somewhat bashful and might feel! much embarrassed were we to receive so much public adulation." Speak up, fathers of the nation. Would a word of loving praise for ym be amiss once a year, or would you prefer that our efforts pass unnotic ed and unrewarded save by the ap p royal of vourewn conscience? Presbyterian Church Notes Rev. A. D. Crigsby, Pastor. Services will be held as usual in tho Presbyterian chinch next Sunda). The pastor Is expected home this week and It Is hoped a large number will be present to welcome him at both services. Sunday School at 11:45. Children's Day will be observed a week, from next Sunday, the 18th, In place of the usual morning service. Junior C. K. at 3:00. Senior C. 13 . at (5:45. Topic for next Sunday "Why 1 love Christ." The ladies Missionary Meeting will be held at Mrs, Supernaw's Friday afternoon. First Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. T. Porter Beonelt. Pastor. 10:30 "From Jerusalem to Jericho," will bo the subject of the morning service. The I. U. O. F. and Rebec cas will attend this service. All are Invited. 11:45 Sqnday School? .':00 Junior Kpwojth League. (j:30 Senior Epworth League. Mrs. Mabel Webster, leader. 7:30 'Why do the wicked live?" This subject should be heard by all. Come to this home-like church. thatC I We don't like to brag But say, we know shoes from start to finish. Wu know feet from tho ground up. Ad we know how to put the two together -comfortably, stylish ly, serviceably. Js therp anything moro you want in. Shoes? )5uy the Best-BMOWN'S Five Star, ' Yours for Good Shoes, CllAS. A. HUDSON- EXCLUSIVE SHOE STORE. Ever notice hoy deaf people man age to hear the things tljey shouldn't, It isn't man's love for flowers that makes him throw bouquets at' liim- Every husband knows how to man age a wife--but did you ever see one do it? If every one was as great as h? thinks he is what a splendid race of people we would be. To Consumptives. Edward A. 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