Newspaper Page Text
Eleven DisiuW. C. T. U. I JempJC Th&tlt
Emmet County board of supervisors liav voted to establish a county normal at Fellston. The village m&hal of Mancelona in an article In the News" this week wants to know "Just when Wi a roar? rl run kr' win somebody -kindly elu cidate, , . . . The pigskin chasers of East Jordan High trek o Charlevoix this after noon where they will.endevor to show the co'intv seat toffu so.mettuer points of the game. nf A. B. Nicholas, Jr. and LeKoy Blair left Thursday for Pleasant Lake in the Upper Peninsula, where witli Charlevoix friends, they will spend a few weeks hunting. W. C. Spring will Join th party in a few days. Alexander Mayvllle died Wednes day afternoon at his home In the country. He was 67 years old. The funeral took place from St Joseph's church this morning at ten o'clock with luterment in Calvary cemeterv. C. R. Spear, pajtor of the Apostolic Holiness church of Ellsworth and John J.Sinclair are holding mission sprvicpri in the Wllhelm block. Meet- logs every evening at 7:30 standard. The public is cordially invited to attend. Mr. Myron Duran and Miss Lena Woodcock were married on Tuesday this week by Rev. A. D, Grlgsbv t the home or Mr. and Mrs. Duran. The young people are well known on the west Fide and the heartiest good wishes of their many friends go with them Into Ihe untrodden future. Ao unfounded rumor has gained circulation that Dr. C. A. Sweet, in tends to close out his practice here and remove elsewhere. We are pleas ed to state that such Is not the ease. He intends taking his annual hunting trip north this fall, but outside of this absence will continue in business with us. Nelson Muma and Horace Hipp left first of the week for the Upper Peninsula where they arc building Imntinir ranm on the shore ol Taquemenor Lake. On Thursday Messers John Mollard, Dr. Dicken. A. Cameron Geo. G. Glenn, and Archie Crao 'left for above place and Dr. Sweet and Jos. Cummings leave Monday. Monday and Tuesday, October 23 and 24" are the days on which the ladies of St. Joseph's congregation will give their bazaar. They cordially. a Mancelona have Miss Villa Hardy was vlsilor, Tuesday. J. W. Moeslntftan and family removed to Charlevoix. Born to Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Brlnt nail a son Monday, last. Mr. M. E. Heston was a Charle voix business visitor, Monday. Mrs. Itobt. Cook is suffering from a very severe cise of tonsllltis. Lucille Aklns is able to be in school again after a very severe Illness. Fred Brockway of Boyne City is assisting at Kimballs Barber Shop. Mrs. It. A. Risk was guest of her parents at Bcllaire tlrst or the week. A tine lln of new King Skirts are now on display at B.vC. Hubbard & Co. Mrs. Ray Burr and son of Central Lake is guest of her mother Mrs. Edd Smatts Com. J. II. Mllford left first of the week for a ten days business trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Kenyon were here from Mackinac Island fore part of the week. L.C.Madison Is at Saginaw this week delegate to the state meeting of the I. O. O. F. The fishing season opens Monday afternoon at the fish pond next to Temple Tneatre. Alex Nelson and daughter returned home to Mancelona Wednesday, after a few days visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Will McGulU moved to the East Side, they occupy the Chattert.on home. Sornnia Hive L. O. T. M. M. initiate a large class of candidates Into the order In November. J. W. Rogers was at the county seat the past week as a member of the Soldier's Relief Commission. Mrs. John Williams is suffering with inflammatory rheumatism. She has gone to Petoskey for treatments. Mrs. Vern Crawford aecompaDled by her sister Miss Bessie Smith re turned home from Mancelona, Satur day. Mrs. Murry Goodman returned to her home at Walloon Lake, Saturday, after a visit with several East Jordan friends. Mrs. Lon Sheldon and MIsh Ames were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mc Donald or Irontnn Thursday and Fri day of last week. A small blaze the makln : of a big .nr. thf Standard Oil Co's. tanks have now will Invite you to come and see for your- I,A nionir nlin tlliturt thfV ll. 1 VP. I CHH! The beautiful faucy work wrought IruU as quenched by our firemen Uedues- the Good SheDherd convents. They dav morning. will be able to furnish you with aprons of any description, size or color and lots of other nice and useful things. Imported dolls, genuine home-made candy, etc. Come and see and be convinced. Spend a tew pleas ant moments with us on Monday afternoon and evening and any time oo Tuesday in the building just va cated by Mr. Miner next to the Temple Theatre. The Board of Supervisors closed their annual October meeting. Tues day. L. A. Butler of Boyne City was reelected member of board of county school examiners and W. A. Davoll of Boyne Falls was elected superintendent of the poor to succeed F. I 'Pearson. The Soldier's Relief Commission received an appropria tion of $000. In the matter of a de tention home for juvenile disorderlies a committee was Instructed to lease a house and employ a matron. By a vote of 18 to 7 It was decided to sub mit the county road system proposi tion to the voters next spring. The report of the superintendent of the poor showed a totid expense for the poor of the county of $9 072.28, 18 persons are cared for at the farm and 191 were cared for outside. I n BANK JJ BOOK n BOOK Miss Vera Amos, who has spent the the last two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Lon Sheldon has returned to her home In Bay City. Peter Burr is laid up with a very sore hand one or his fingers was acci dentally taken off. while at work at the Chemical Plant. Supt. M. C Coyle of the D. and C. with several of his friends were here from By City to attend the opening of the Temple Thetre. Mrs. B. Swab with daughter Lucile w ho has been guest of her daughter Mrs. Bert Lorraine, left Monday for her home In Stewartvllle Minn. Morgan Lewis and sister, Miss Eva, are home from Chicago where Mr. Lewis underwent a successful opera tion Tor t lie removal of a fragment of steel rrom one or his eyes. The young ladies of our city have formed a couple of-sewing circles, the object being sewing end sociability. Thev met Monday evening at the homes of Miss Leila Clink and Miss Weltha Nlckless. Between thirty and forty of our young ladles have already enrolled as members. Muma's Bakery w&s re-opened for business Tuesday. All traces of the bad fire which It went through have been eradlcaled. A new oven has been Installed with Increased capa city and they are now better equipped than ever to serve their customers wants. ' I Mrs. Louise II. Qulrinln died at her home on Main St, Monday last, aged 63 years. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon from the Metho dist Church conducted by her pastor, Rev. T. Forter Bennett. Interment In East Jordan cemetery. Deceased was born In Germany. Mrs. Augusta Blake Is a sister of the deceased. Sou will bo pleased and satisfied and your wife will get a rest If you take your supper on Monday and your dinner and sunncr on Tuesday with Hold annual meet at the Methodist church East Jordan nxt Wednesday and Thursday. The district com prises the counties of Antrim, Benzie, Charlevoix and Cheboygan. Wednesday afternoon will be devot ed to seating of delegates, a memorial service led by Mrs. A. M. B.iidlck or Charlevoix, and a paper on County Work by Mrs. Lockhoff. Wednesday Eveulng-7:00 Crusade Psalm, Crusado Hymn, Prayer, Music by the Choir. Greetings from the Churches, Rev. T. P. Bennett; from the Schools, Superintendent J. F. Northon; for the City, Mayor Cleveland; from State Ofllcers, Mrs. Heston; ror Local Union Mr. M. Grlusbv. Instrumental Music. Response Id behalf of District, Mrs. Lotnaio. Petoskey. "The Cry jot Today" Mrs. M. M. Bailey. Address by Miss Bllz. Topic, 'Mike's Temperance Vision." Thursday Morning 9:00 Devotional, led by Mrs. Jessie Grosenbaugh. Secretary's Journal, Miss Mclntyre. Department Work Flower Ml-sion, Mrs. LuellaCone, Central Lake; Liter ature, Mrs. Sarah. Wilkinson, Charle voix; Work among Lumbermen, firs. Ella Gregg; Press, Mrs. M. E. Heston; Parliamentary Usage, Mrs. llattic Lawton; Medal Contests, Mrs. M. M. . Ballcv: S S. and S. O., Mrs. W. W. Lamport; S. T. I., Mrs. Glenna Thay or. Wolverine. W. C. T. U. Catechism, Mrs. Jenhle Allcox. ' i Corresponding Secretary's Report, Mrs. Allcox. Treasurer's 'Report, Mrs. Emma Wilcox. Auditor's Report. Report of Creden tials Committee. Election of Officers. Thursday Afternoon 1:00 Devotional, led by Mrs. W. II. Thompson, Elk Rapids. Secretary's Journal. President's Address. Paper, "Loyalty," Airs.Luella Cone. Solo, "The Lord is My Shepherd," Mrs. A. M. Burdlck. Exercise in Wireless Telegraphy, Mrs. Loraaln. Temperance In the Holy Land, by one who has recently been there, Mrs. Jessio Grosenbaugh. Singing, "Some Glad Day." Questions in Civil Government: Counties, Mrs. A.M. Burdlck, Char levoix; Ciths, Mrs. Malan, Petoskey, Election and Taxes, Mrs. J. Irwin, Mancelona. State Government, Miss 'VandJe man, Heuznla. Paper. "How Law la Made." Thursday Evening 7:00 Scripture aud Prayer. " Rev. A. D. Grigsby. Select Music by local talent. Grand Gold Medal Contest, In charge of Superintendent Bailey. Christian Patriotism, A Brave Boy, Red Rum. The New Patrotism, The Father's Prayer, The Angel of Beuna Vista. Contestants: Florence Mad daugh, Ftrn Howard, Donald Sinclair, Emma Mills, Lottie Young-Workman, Lillian Moshcr. Judges retire. Instrumental Music. Recitation by two children Ask ed aud Answered." Report of Judges, Presentation of Medal. Singing, "Battle Hymn of the Re public." Closing Words; Benediction. .Opened to : the' Public, Tuesday Evening. East Jordan's new theatre, the pride of all our cltUeus, was formally open ed, Tuesday night with Madame Sherry the finest musical comedy that our -city has ever seeu and heard. The theatre Isoneofthe bast appoint ed in Michigan, and, what Is of most imnortance. there Isn't a poor seat la the house. Contractor II. S. Price of our cltv and B. H. Chrlstlap of Grand Rapid, who were malu factors In the ,...,.. .iv.itiriM r the East Jordan RtMLitv Co.. as well as the several stock-holders, are to be congratulated on their efforts to provide a suitable amusement house. Messrs Eugene Adams and C. V. Miles have leased the house for term of years and plan to give our citizens the best obtainable In both vaudeville and regular theatre attraction- Wfl tioaneak for them the hearty patronage of all' our citizens. No town is complete without places of amusement. Take away these places aud the city dies. Since the burning .r tii T.nvlriav Ooera House, our city has been seriously handicapped for a public meeting place. We now have one of the best in Michigan, aud It Is up to us as Individuals to make it a success. Our Splendid Line of ! FALL GOODS Is now open for inspection. Call upon us early and j make ous selections. Everyone who sees our beautiful display of Fall and Winter Merchandise is glad of it. Z Come to us for the right goods at the right prices. Our store is full of quality, variety, beauty and good taste; it is easy to sefect from our stock exactly what you want and it would be a mistake to buy before you see it. Re- j $ member this splendid assortment contains the right thing j Z for every person old, middle-aged or young. Z I We will please you. We will satisfy you. We will meet your wants, be the large or small, with the n ost suitable Dr Goods, Cloaks, Furs, Shoes. Clothing and Furnishings, at the lowest prices. I t ji i f i Jl A 5V t : b, VV I C O VI r M ! t has helped countless thousands of thin, weak, delicate children made them strong, plump and robust. It creates an appetite, aids digestion, fills the veins with rich red blood. After illness or loss of weight from any cause, it brings strength and flesh quicker than anything ' else. ALL DRUOGISTS 11-16 I The Reid-Graff Plumbing Co. I I We have opened a Plumbing Shop at t t the former John Mortimer stand and re- j spectf ully solicit a share of your patronage. I PLUMBING and HEATING OF ALL KINDS.' Prompt Attention Given to Repair Work. Phone No. 103-2 rings; residence, 193-3 rings. A JT)GE,BETWEEN Y0VANE) ME tSSSS? , St. Joseph's Church. Rcr. Timothy Krobpth. Sunday Oct. 22, 8:00 a. m. Low Mass and sermon. 10:30 a. tn. Mass and sermou. 7:l.r p. ra. Benediction. Immediately after Lou Mass, meet ing of St Ann's Altar Society. Fri day evening the 27th regular meeting of St.. Joseph's Ilol? Name Society. High School Entertainment Course. What about our lecture course this winter? Are we not to have any? In answer to frequent inquiries we an nounce that a contract has been made with Red path-Slay ton Lyceum Bureau 'of Chicago for the course listed here with. This Bureau has furnished the talent for all courses given In our cltv for several years. The course this winter will maintain the excellent standard to which our patrons have become accustomed, and we present it as worthy of general support. The Anitas A Singing-Orchestra will open our course oo the 17 th of November. The complete course Includes the following live numbers; .The Anitas A Singing Orchestra (six ladivs), Nov. 17. Hon. Lee Francis Lybarger Lec turer. Orator, Jan. 1. Mr. John P. Chambers Impersona tor. Feb. 8. Judge Alden Popular Lecturer, March H . The Strollers Male Quartette, April 19. Watch these colum for further an nouncements. Remember the first. number is a grand concert, vocal and instrumental, by the Anitas on Nov. 17th at the Opera House. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL! As true and right and reasonable as il nobody knew it but you and I yet nearly every household in the country has heard the story of BUSTER BROWN Iffi SHOES FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS You can take these shoes in either hand, or on either foot, weigh them on the scales of quality, against any and every other shoe you ever bought or wore and you will find that Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes are more dependable, more wearable, have more per fection of fit, excellence of shape, form and finish, and are better shoes to stand the racket that youngsters put them to, than you ever imagined any shoes possessed. Hundreds and thousands of pairs ire being sold to the lathers ana moineri who S they can get, and the best they can get, for their shoe money. Butter Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes arc the answer p tUc vexxng queiuoa the only answer the correct answer. At HUDSON'S SHOE STORE. (Seims Spread! In Sldia ti n...i..la .ml nttier r.ktrt troubles aro caused by yrla; perms at work In the skin. Lnlepj these serm3 are promptly destroyed they rapidly multiply, gnawing their way deep Into the sensitive tls?le This Is what causes that awful Itch, nnd what seemed a mere rash . an.l riAVAlnn Into a loathsome and torturing skin disease with its years of misery. Pon t take any chr.nces! Destroy the perms at the beginning of the trouble With that SOOtmnK anu vieuiisih . the D, D. D. Prescription tor Eczema. VTe have had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but have never seen such remarkable cures a those from 1). D. D. Prescription. In stant relief from the very first appli- Cawen'aro so confident that D.' D. D. will reach your case that it will xost you nothing If the very first full size bottle falls to make good every claim. If you have skin trouble of any kind we certainly advise you to drop in and investigate the merits of D. D. D. anyway. We know that D. D. D, will help you. W. C. Spring Drug Co. S Capital $50,000 Surplu $4000 z . $ W 1 A THE "Secret" is Thrift. The "Obligation" is to dc nJr nart nf vntir earnings rc ularlv. The "Degree" is Hap- the ladies of St. Joseph's contfrena- pmess and there is no "Signal ot Distress." SAFETY SERVICE Peoples State Savings Bank, East Jordan, 46 tlon next to Temple Theatre. Ihey will serve the business men at 11:30 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. They guarantee a big meal for 25 cents. Just received a new and beautiful line of Ladles Plush Coats of the well known Hischof make, at B. V. Hub bard & Co.' PAID t PER CENT. t ON DEPOSITS. t t t t t : t Officers W. P. Porter, President W. L French. Vice Pret Geo. G. Glenn. Cathier Directort W. P. Porter. W.L. French, Chi. M. Schtffer. . M. Severance, M. H. Rohertton, Ctrl Stroebel. Fred Smith, B.E.Waterman, Geo.G. Glenn. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. Presbyterian Church Notes Rer. A. D. Gritsby. Pastor. Usual services In the Presbyterian t Mi n rrh npvt. Snndav tnornlntr and I evening. The Chorus Cholf carefully trained accompanied by Mint ungsoy on thc" Pipe Organ give additional attraction to the eveniDg services. Sunday School at 11.45. The pas tor tafees charge of tho Bibte ('lass and any men Interested in Intelligent ruble study are Invited to attend. Junior C. E, at 3:15 in charge of Mrs. Grlasnv. Senior C. E. at 7tl5. These evening mMriff r.icf interest to young peo pie and outsider will do giuuiy wel comed i PmLr nm. have lust received and . Mipv hro now on the floor, a large con signrfent of Solid Oak Leather Ilock- I era tUey are great values. Unless a man lives to learn he will never learn to live. A conceited young man Imagines that every engaged girl would like to breaK off the engagement after meet ing him. James C. Dahlman. 'Cowboy" Mayor of Omaha, "Throws the Unat Mavor Jas. C. Eahlman started his career a a cowboy, and is at present Mnvnr of Omaha, and has the follow ing record. Sherltt of Dawes Co., Neb., three terms: Mayor or naaron, termi Democratic wat'l ura- miiippman. elcht years; Mayor of Omaha, sir years, and In l9io cam riAto for Governor of Nebraska. Writlnff to Foley & Co., Chicago ne savs: "I liave taken Foley Kidney 1M1U and they have given me a great, deal of relief so I cheerfully recom mend them." Yours truly, (slirnedl James C. Dahlman. Ultes Drug Store. Rugs! Rugs! We are carrying all sizes of Ax. minster Rugs 27x54 and 3x72 Inches and 9x12 feet. Also we are carrying all sizes of Wool Fiber lings; we are offering a 0x12 Rug for $8."5 Special on tht'so Uug. Kmfey linos. How it must lo'.t a man when he Is polite to bis wife in public to have her look as If she wasn't used to it. I have Fruit. Lands Lake Shoro Farms, Improved Farm and City property In all parts of Charlevoix County to sell or trade. Also farm and business chaoces anywherft in United States. Joel Johnston Frank Phillips Tonsorlal Artist. When In need of anything In my lino call In and see me. micm.