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That Will Relieve Neuralgia." The piercing pains of Neuralgia, which often follows a bad cold or La Grippe, are frequently almost un bearable and lew medicines afford ny relic to the sufferer. ;; I am a rural mail carrier and pzve been a user jof the Dr. Miles medicines ior ycart. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills (can't be beaten. They are the only thing I have found that will elieve my neuralgia and I have tried most everything, besides mediciuc from the' doctor. I am willing to tell anyone what the Anti-Pain Pills did for me." . Charles' Hildererandt, Box 205 Woodvill. Ohio If you, like Mr. Hilderbrandt, "have tried most everything ' in vain, why not dp" as he did, fight your aches and pains with Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills. Let the pills bear" the brunt of the battle. No matter how stubborn the con test,' they will come out victorious. ; Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills stand on their record, which is a Jong list of cures extending back a generation. Druggist everywhere aell them. If fi rst package falls to benefit, your drug gist will return your money. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. Dp. G. II. Pray Dentist 8 ;! Offices Over Pay ton's. v Office Hours: S to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m.. And Evenings. fit Thone No. 223. fit . . V fit fis : t J I Dr. F.P.Ramsey S Physician and Surgeon. Graduate ol College of Physicians and J I Surgeons of the University ol ' Illinois. OFFICE SHERMAN BLOCK East Jordan, Mich. Phone No. 19$. ink DENTIST Over Loveday's llml Ftate Ofllce. Office Hours: :0( to l:J ii.ni.. "1:0,1 to 5.00 p.m. 1 Evenings by A pppiritmout- Its Time To o 1 Plant a Tree f We are prepared to furnish you Shade Trees of any description. Lawns Gradr J 2 dc and put in first class con? dition. Sodding a specialty. ! Wm. Tate f East Jordan, R. F. D. 4. i 5 mm 4 Leahy's IOPTICAL PARLORS Pctpskey, Mich. J Open Friday and Saturday each week. Glasses guaranteed to fit. J Curing headache a specialty, SLemieux & ; SLancaster s GENERAL Blackshmithlng jtand Carriage Work. ' HOUSE SIIOKIMJ a Specialty. All Work Guarantuod. iV our TatronaKe Kospectfully Solicited JJJ Jjj Staie-st. E. Jordan. fifffi5 County Normal Notes. A reception was given for the teachers Wednesday evening Oct. 12, the Parents Association. The mem bers of the Normal Class were Invited and thus they had an opportunity of meeting the parents and teachers. E;i Id Todd has been acting as housekeeper t h past week and Lillian Itanda'l has chaigoof t.)ie ventilation. Oorge Adams and l!es.tle Kay were jihse it from school last week on ac count of illmss Ilessie Kay went to her home at Walloon Lake to remain a few days. A number of the stunntf went to to their 'homes cn Friday to rernilu over Sunday. .Mr. Mliford called at the Normal room Monday morn let? before he left tor a ton days trip to Florida. About one hundred and seventy-live children were present at the. ''Aster Tarty" given under the directions of the Patents' Association. The Nor mal Class assisted In preparing and serving the refreshments also iu en tertaining the eh i. dten. The Normal Class organized and elected U o Ulcers, last. week. .Presi dent. Lillian Flanders; Vice President Lillian Kau'iall; Secretary and Treas urer,; Georgia Adams. The Best investment For $1.75. There Is no other way to Fpcnd Sj 75 and get so much InTasting pleasure fur every member o the family as for a years subscription to The Youth's Companion. For the boys there are thn fine artir e!cs by experts in athletic sports on the best practise in foot bad. the knack of pitching, new "kinks" iu swimming and sprinting Everything that interests the active, hiyh-minderi boy. For t he giri,s thre Js encourager nietit fr all wholesome activity in doors and out, from dainty dislies to dainty dresses' Lor the household Ihec is e;ood advice about gardening, handy contrivances, vyays-of stretcli Jug the utckles and dimes. This reading is all in addition to the ordinary treasury of stories, arti cles by celebrated jnen and women the unequalcd miscellany, the invalu able doctor's articles, the ter;;e notes on what is going on in all fields of human endavor. It will cost you nothing to send for the beautiful Announcement oT The Youth's Companion for J 5)1 2, and we send with it sample copies of our pap er. Do not forget that the subscriber for 1912 receives a yift or the Corn pinion 's Calendar for 1912, lithograph ed in ten colors anil gold, and all t tie Issues for the remaining weeks of 1911 free from the time subscription is re ceived. Only $1.75 now for the 52 weekly Issues, but on January 1, 1912, the subscription price will be advanced to $2.00. The Youth's Companion, 144 Berkeley. St., Boston. Mass. New subscriptioi s iccelved at this ptlice. It's easier to set a good example then to hatch it out. Some men are like the wind; they ctn't even rabe a disturbance without blowing about it. It will be remembered that Oak land county's record during its two years of local option experience gave results in tjie way of law observances and freedom from arrests never be fore equaled in that county. Pef-r-nng to present eonditmna in Oakland county a correspondent to the' Detroit News says: "There has seldpm bem less than .V prisoners in the county ja(l throughout the summer and at one lime there were47 crowded in the cells and halls. Sheriff Tripp's nil) against the county present pd to the board of supervisors hist week was much larger than ever before, $7, 9.":i.47. This bill Is almost $:i,000 in excess of the last year's bill and i four times larger than, the sheriffs' bill for the same period- under local option. Take Your Common Colda Seriously Common colds, severe and frequent, l iy the foundation of chronic diseased condition of tho nose and throat, and piay develope Ihtobronchitis, pneumo nia, and consumption. 'For all coughs and colda In children' and In grown- pprsons, take Foley's Honey and Tar Compound', promptly. II ites Drug Stofe. v I mm ciiancery'order. Stato of Michigan, Tbirter.tli Judicial Cr cu't. In t'htin!-rt. . ' .. Suit ppijcilnn; In inn Circuit Ourt for tlie County of ChurU'vrlx. In Channrv, Ai lh Citv of liai lovolx ou hu 22nd day of Auftusr. A I). 101 1. VVil lura ItryHon, Coiuptutnnt vs Wlllo i?ry sou. In-femlHiit tn hin cas it apprarlng hnt drfond'nt Will Hryson is not ri-NitU iit of this ftajo, tiut a rrstdfiit ol Itorge. Opoixia. U.S.A. Tnerfforo oo th inrtln of Dwiglu II. Fitch, unllcltor for Complatnnnt It In on1 r'd tluit dcfrnilont enter Lor npp iiranre in 8ijd on use on or brf'rf fourmnntH from tbe dafo- of I hi rrder. and llrit within twomy diy Complnln- ant l'!u', thii order to o ptiitiisiiPd in the Charlevoix County Hen.11 Mid piiMlrailon to be continued once in each week lor lx weeks in 'iees1"n. . , DW IflllT II. FITCH Solicitor for Complainant. lluslncKS AUdres. K-Ht Jordan. Mlchtpon. t KEUKltJCK W. MAYNE, Circuit Jude. Good News for Pianoless Homes Grinnell Bros. Great Sale of SUMMER RESORT PIANOS TO CONTINUE A FEW DAYS. At jtho timo this sensational Clearance opened wo expected that our floors would cleared of tbe flental Pianos and the sale brought to a close Saturday evening; hut a continuance is necessary due to the fact that the instruments coining in last week found us with our repair and finishing departments crowded to the limit. There was no chance to olTer these Rental Pianos earlier for wo make it a fixed rule that every instrument shall have a thorough overhauling, and, like all the others, these last instruments could not be placed on out floors until they have been carefully inspected, adjusted and tuned. However, they are now ready for your most 'critical investi gation they embrace the best makes, the handsomest designs, and among them are some of The Greatest Bargains Of The Sale Most of these are Pianos which had been retained to the very end of the season. On these, of course, a greater am6unt of rent has been received than on those coming back earlier and you get the benefit. This sale must be terminated Boon we are not stopping with tho reduction of the rent alone; additional discounts are made, and the values presented 'are not only fully equal to those first oIEered. but in many instances are even greater .. The following list, in addition to the Rental Pianos, includes Sample Pianos, instruments taken in exchange, etc. All are ill good'eondition, having been through are Repair Rooms, and, you will note, are offered in; many cases at LESS THAN HALF ORIGINAL PKICE. You owe it to your own interests to see Uiis immense stock at the very earliest opportunity,. PIANOS $350 350 275 300 300 350 300 400 330 500 400 350 450 550 450 250 250 300 225 325 275 225 300 WIIRELOCK, full size VOSE, rosewood MENDELSSOHN, mahogany NEW ENGLAND STULTZ BROS., oak LYON & HEALY, repaired PRICE & TEEPEE, mahogany HAZELTON, rosewood ESTEY, Circassian walnut SHONINGER, mahogany FISCHER, mahogany CABLE, mahogany ? MUCKERING, mahogany STEIN WAY, fully repaired KNABE, rosewood - ' BACHMAN, mahogany OLIVET, oak OPERA, mahogany r BEETHOVEN, mahogany BECKER BROS., mahogany SMITH & BARNES, oak WILLARD, mahogany CROWN, oak $155 195 192 132 230 128 225 18S 285 365 224 235 225 253 225 138 162 166 135 187 212 158 258 $300 STERLING, walnut 250 HENRY DpTMER, full size 300 HALLET, DAVIS & CO. 350 II. F. MILLER, rosewood 350 WEGMAN, oak 300 GEO. WOODS & CO. 400 STECK, walnut 250 GETCHELL, rosewood -250 STEINHAUER, mahogany 400 STE1NERTONE, mahogany 400 HENDERSON, mahogany, 500 MASON & HAMLIN, mahogany 400 WEBER, rosewood 425 GRINNELL BROS., oak 350 WESER BROS., mahogany 400 EMERSON, mahogany 250 ROYAL, mahogany 225 WELLINGTON, mahogany 350 GEO. W. LYON, rosewood 225 BAILEY, mahogany 250 KOEHLER & CAMPBELL, oak 150 BIJOU, oak - - PLAYER PIANOS $550 PIANISTA PLAYER PIANO 500 WOODWARD PLAYER PIANO 700 STERLING PLAYER PIANO - . Square Pianos, Best Makes, as Low as $35 $345 397 . 425 $650 WHEELOOK PLAYER PIANO 650 SMITH & NIXON PLAYER PIANO 700 GRINNELL BROS PLAYER PIANO Organs, Fully Repaired, $10 Up, $197 118 165 177 248 155 227 118 128 215 238 233 228 315 258 245 1 J77 161 V HO 160 160 72 $367 $398 $513 We guarantee every instrument exactly as represented and will take any of them back any time within a year, allowing full amount paid to apply on any new Piano of our splendid line, should you for any reason wish to ex change no greater protection could be afforded you, even were you to purchase one of the finest, most expensive instruments of our line. Q 1 nlnr nPaOVtrict The payment of $5 to S10 dovyn givos you the full enjoyment and advantages KJpCClai iJtllC 1 LrillS of music in your hoine we make immediate delivery; or, if you live out' of town, we pay transportation to your depot on the balance we ask only 84. $5, $G, etc., monthly; weekly pay ments arranged if preferred. Surely no reason why your home should be longer without music1 don't put thia purchase off another day; Attend our great 8th Annual bale ot bummer Resort Pianos Tomorrow, and bevtle, Most Satisfactory Manner tho Matter oi a riano tor your Home. Definately and in Write or phono for description of instruments and further information if you can't call, Open Evenings GRINNELL BRO PETOSKEY STORE. 434 MITCHELL ST. Open Evenings If Your Are I Intending to Build 1 I this corning season now is the time tof get ready. Get your plans I ajid let us do a little fig uring. All wqrk done iu a substantial, and work manlike manner. ; Estimates Frep. " Yours for business. 0 Arthur Vance East Jordan; Mich. . Thone No. in. 4 : i Free advise Is tlie kind people Rive away becanse they liavo no use for it. A man wasts a lot of time askiojf questions that lie doesn't want answered. A Chance Now. Some enterprising man In East Jor dan can step Into a nice business that i bound jjrow iu your town. VVe have had so many letters from ladles asking us "why we can not establish a car pet cleaning machine hero.' If you have a dray line or any business to run in connection write us at once and we will assist you in placing U.e most modern miu-hino made at a price that will suprise you and your City will amply support such an en terprise. A visit to our plant In Pet will'. convince the most sceptical. Write at once as tho fall cleaning will pay for It. Pctoskcy Rug Manufacturing Co. Petoskcy. Mich. Foley's Kidney Remedy v. a Hopeless Case Hon, Ark. .T. E. Freeman says: "I had a severe case of kidney trouble and could not work and tin case seem ed hopeless. One larirc bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy cured rne and I have never been bot hered since. I always recommend It." II I tes Drug Store. A moman hands herself a quanlty of disappointment If she thinks her singing Is going to keep her husband at home every even Ing. East Jordan Planing Milln Co., ii ' B. E. WATERMAN, Manager. XTfcTl Custom Planing Mill. S Planing Manufacturers and Deuieffia $ ft Doors, . Windows arid Glass, $ Siding,-Ceiling arid Flporipg g Mouldings, Turned Wprk $ and Scroll Sawing. FINISHED LUMBER, FRAMES. CASINtS 8 Hot Water it ... For cleanliness and comfort tot water Is absolutely Indispensable. Jf you already havs It. In your house, and any of the faucets are leaking arid peeds fixing, send for us. If you have not a hot-water systern,' In your house, let us put Uln. Wq will do it In tho very bct manner, by skilful workmen and atT moderate cost. ' T Let us do it and it wl be done, right. ' MARINE SUPPLIES. GEORGE H. SPENCER.