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EAST JORDAN. MICHIGAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 20. 1912.
No. 3 Vol. 16 Good Attraction i ii W 111 liC lUC Danu unccn new Tuesday Night. By request of a mjmber of our citl tens who were unable lo . attend the Band Concert in Decemberowing to the holiday rush the East Jordan Military Band will Yepeat their Con cert next Tu(cUy ntglft. Jan. 23rd, at the Tenjpje Theatre. Several new features have been put .'on the pro gram and the musical feast will be worth anybody's twenty-five ceuts the udoiis'ilon'prue asked. There Will be a hummer of choice selections by lite Band; there will be vocal solos. Instrumental, solos and brass duo?.' .The "Dancing Dwarf of Borneo", will be. there with a laugh maker, and Professor SKMee Creafore Wlsriflestlclc has ieeo prevailed upon to briog hit loncert' Band of Wind- Jammers fr.mi Mlisoun for the eveu- inifs entertainment- IkMow Is the" program as partially arranged.. March, "Heads Up1....".. ..Baud Joy lo.Uie Wond" Grand Sacred Potpourri.. Band Comet Duo . "Autumn Leaves," Hyatt. and Webster.. Band "The Elves," Overture Band iiolo. "Unit i the End of Time" Miss Tessle Ueld 'The Jolly Blacksmith," Descrip live March Band Bartone Solo, 'Rick of Agra,' Air Vari O II. Mover "Ttie Dancing Dwarfs".. From Borneo Vocaf bolo, "The Song of the Open ISea" ...O. II. Moyer Cornet Solo- y Win. E. Palmlter ISolo, "I Miss Yu Mortal. Twilight' " ' MUs B-sslc Frazier Trot. Soosee Creator Wiggle lick's Concert Band.... From Missouri The entertainment I- well worth twice the price of ad mission asked and for their own benefit, the people uf-uurcity and -surrounding country should be there and enjoy the pro gram. Tickets on sale at Mack's price 3 cents. Notice of Primary Enrollment. Proceeds f City Commission. Beans a Big Booster. The farmers In the southeastern nart of Grand Traverse county, West ern Michigan, have been doing well by raising beans on contract. Christ! Ileysman harvested 127i bushels of the Black Valentine beans from five ttcres, a return of 25 bushels and bet- ter to the acre. Frank Box secured u Yield of l bushels to the acre of Bed Kidney beans, and A. E Bryant threshed 140 bushels from the pods harvested from his ten-acre natch. It Is estl pasted that close to ten thou saod bushels were grown lo this sec tion In 1911. ' Beans can be grown to a profit upon fthe'Western Michigan lands. Fur thermore, the, quality of the Western "Michigan bean is above tne average Mn 1910 Seth Rockwell on forty acres inear Moorestown, Missaukee county. harvested enough beans to bring him ' $1,036 07 when sold at $2 10 a bushel ; to a Detroit seed house When the ilue of the seed was deducted he had 1 a net Income of $964.97. Notice Is hereby given, that In ac cordance with Act No. 281, Public Acts of 1909. as amended by Act No. 279, Public Acts of 1911, the Boakd Of Enrollment of the several town shins and wards of the count? of Charlevoix, State of Michigan, will be In session Saturday i lie 27th. day of January A. D 1912, from 7 o'clock A. M. until & o'clock P. M. of said day, for the purpose of enrolling the names of all persons, members of what ever political party, who make person al application for such enrollment. Following Is a brief sia'-ement of the different ways in which enrol lment can be had in townships or cities during the year of 1912; Enrolment dates this yar are Jan uary 27th . and April 1st. 1st. By personal application on enrol lmeui cl ys 2" d. By a written request accompan led by attldavlt, an elector can enroll any day. but can nob vote at aoy primary held within two mouths This attldavlt and application must be delivered to the township clerk or other officer In charge of ttie enroll ment bo k. 3rd. An elector who was sick or un avoidably absent on enrollment day or who became 21 years f age or an elector alter enioiiment day can have his name enrolled on primary election day and Yote at that election by tak intr the necessary oath. 4th If an elector who has been duty enrolled as above chai.ges his rest- deuce from one precinct In the slate to another lie can be enrolled In tli3 new nrecluct by obtaining a proper certificate, from a memher or tn en rol lment board of the precinct where in he formerly resided stating that he s oulv enrolled in the precinct from which lie has moved and is entitled to enrollment In the new precinct, or br making oath to uch facts. No person c:m vote at any Primary election in .Michigan unless his name has been enrolled , under said Act No 279. All enrollments prior to Aug. 2nd. 1911. Is Void. An entirely new enrollment Is re autre I An elector who neglects or refuses t mlve the name of His Political Party Cannot have his name enroll ed Dated at Charlevoix, Mich. thli. thirteenth day of January, A. D. 1912 Daniel S. Payton, Clerk of the County of Charlevoix. Adjourned meeting of theCltyOomi mission held in the City Hall, Tues day evening, Jan . 9, 1912. No quorlum being present, meeting was adjourned. Ttecrular meeting of Ihe City Com mission held in the City Hall, Mon day evening, Jan. 15. 1912. Meeting ws called to order py Mayor pro tern Hudson. Present. Kenny and Hud son (2): absent, Cleveland (1). Minutes of last meeting were not read. On motion by Hudson, supported by Kenny, the following bills were allowed and the Clerk Instructed to draw orders for tne same: James (Jid'ey, fumlgators and materials $11.40 Stroebei Bros., mdse 14.95 J. H. Shults. bal. from Feb. 1910 .39 Eugene Adams, 6 nios. salary as Fire Chief 25.00 E. J. Hose Co. Porter tire 16 .00 Tlios. J. Smith, repairing walk .50 Mich. State Tei Co , service of II. Cook at Mill A 7.50 Alonzo Graves, team work on streets 4-M Total $79.74 Moved by Hudson, supported y Kenny that the appointment of Wra. Pickard as member of the Second Ward Enrollment Board be declared void on account of resldeuce In another ward. Carried. The Mayor pro tern then appointed Samuel McCalmon Jr. as member of said board. Moved by Hudson, supported by Kenny to adjourn until Tues. evening Jan. 18, 1912. Carried. Marriage Licenses William Spencer, 25 Boyne City Anna Schultz, 19 Boyne City Rudolph Mlttelstead, 23. . .Boyne City Mable Walte, 24 Mancelon Absalom Sprv, 39 Boyne Falls I Sarah Fraley. 27. Boyne Falls .lames B O'DonneM, 25 ...iSt. James Elci Schmidt. 24 St. James I). S. Payton. County Clerk. Considering how little letters con tain, on an average, people are too anxious to get them. Don't forget the Rexall Remedies We again have a full line of these Remedies. Ilere are a few of the favorites: REXALL "93" Hair Tonic REXALL Orderlies REXALL Dyspepsia Tablets REXALL Grippe Pills REXALL Cold Tablets REXALL Rheumatic Rem edy i t REXALL Kidney Remedy 1 nrv i l O-li- - tt,AiLLr Liver 33113 UUU atui cs ui unit i a. Remember, these Remedies t I are guaranteed and will t t cost vou nothing if they do ? t not benefit you. W. C. SPRING I Drug Co. The Season for Buckwheat Cakes is here again. This years crop is of fine quality and we are making the same old-fashioned Stone Ground Absolutely Pure Flour. Don't let your dealer substitute any of the mixed com pounds that the Pure Food Law still allows; in sist on the PURE STONE GROUND its cheap er in the end. . " Made by the ARG0 MILLING CO. at Mill B.f East Jordan. 1 The Reid-Graff Plumbing Co. We have opened a Plumbing Shop at the former John Mortimer stand and're spectfully solicit a share of your patronage. I PLUMBING' and HEATING OF ALL KINDS. Prompt Attention Given to Repair Work. I Phone No. 193-2 rings; residence 193-3 rings. It will probably never be known what the hand-saw. Foley's Uoney and Tar Compound is a reliable family medeclne, (Jlve it to your children, and take It your self when you feel a cold coming on. It checks and cures coughs and colds and cruup and prevents bronchitis and pneumonia. Hltes Drug Store. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. BALD HEADS NOT WANTED Raldness is too Generally Con sidered a Sign of Advanced Age Circuit Court Jurors. Primary Enrollment. Notice is hereby given that In ac cordance with act No. 281, Public Acts of 1909, as amended by Act No. 279, Public Acts of 1911, thi Boards of Enrollment of the City of East Jordan, State of Michigan, will be In session on Saturday, January 27, A. D. 1912. In the several Wards of said City at the places designated below, v lz.: First Ward.C. A. Brabant s Store; Second Ward, Dan Goodman's Store; Third Ward, C. C. Mack's Store; for the purpose of enrolling the names of all persons, members of whatsoever Political Party, who make personal application for such enrollment. Dated this 9th day of January, A D. 1012. Oils J. Km I th. Clerk of said City. Circuit Court will convene Monday, February 6th. The following is the list of jurors drawn. Otto Sf ler Boyne Valley Daniel McLellan ....Bay Daniel P. Boyle Pealne Tfels Lafrlnere. ....... ..... St. James John F. Kenny .....South Arm Thomas Morrison Wilson Frank Thompson.... Boyne, 1st Ward Bert Martlndale ....Boyne, 2nd Ward John DutXey Boyne, 3rd Ward A. A. Beemau Boyne, 4th Ward Fruok Glasfora. .Charlevoix, 1st Ward Albert Holmes.. Charlevoix, 2nd Ward F. E. Frailer ...Charlevoix, 3rd Ward Kdwln Coolc Norwood AlUo Sberk Melroe Jlobert Gregory Marlon A B. Woodward Hudson Philip Howe.. ...Hayes John Nasson .... Eveline Charles II. Camburn Evangeline Charles Harrington Charlevoix William Mack I e Chandler "Obarlei Knaff. Boyne Valh y John A. Koteskey ....Bay D. 8. Payxom, County Clerk. What a lot of Ingenuity goc to cooking good thing that are bad for UedJgeatk. . Otto Schmidt, proprietor of a beer gardeu at 940 Beaufalt Avenue, De troit shot and killed Anna Treptow, a cln employed in the saloonkeeper's household, and then turned the re volver ou himself and seut a bullet through his own head. Excessive drink resulting in temporary derange merit is given in the Detroit papers as the cause of the crime. Through recent weeks In Allchigau saloon crimes have hecome so common as to attract little alteuti'tm. Olio Schmidt exerclseJ his personal liberty" In shooting AnnaTrepioW and in killing hlaieli. Just as he had beeu exercis ing that sort of liberty as a barkeeper and saloon proprietor. In most cases It is the man ou the outside of the bar who does the shooting and the killing after be has morally and men ally destroyed himself and impover ished his family. But In this case . . . . . . i the proprietor nan oecome a vicum oi the allurements he had provided for ot hers arid he 'met the same tragic fate (hat his business brought to many other saloon unfortunates. Michigan's saloon murder list for the year J us i entered upon threatens to exceed even the awful record of the ear Just closed. A bald-headed person does not have an equal chance with one blessed with a healthy head of hear, because bald ness Is too generally accepted as an Indecatlon of age. Many large cor porations have established an age limit, arid refuse to take men over 35 years of age as new employees. Probably 05 per cent of bald-headed people mav regain a good head of healthy hair If they will follow our advice and accept our offer. We have a remedy that we positively guarantee to grow hair on any head, unless the root of the halrareentlrely dead, their follicles closed, and the scalp lias be come glazed and , hlny. We want people to try this remedy at our risk, with the distinct understanding that unless it does exactly what we claim It will od gives satisfaction In everv respect, we shall make no charge for the remedy used during the trial. We know exactly what, we are talk ing about, and with this offer back of our statements no one should scoff, I doubt our word, or hesitate to put our remedy to an actual test. We want every one in East Jordan who is sufferlhg from any scalp or hair trouble, dandruff, falling hair, or bald ness to try our Bexall "93" Hair Tonic. We want them to use It regularly say until three bottles have been used and If It does not eradicate dandruff, cleanse and refresh the scalp, tighten the hair In Its roots, and grow new hair, we will return every cent, paid us for the remedy for the mereasklng There Is no formality expected, and we exact no obllgatian from the user whatever. We are established right here lo East Jordan, and make this offer with a full understanding that our business succss ent irely depends upon the sort of treat ment we accord our customers, and we would not dare make the above offer unless we were positively certain that we could sudstantlate It In every particular. Remember, you can obtain Uexall Remedies In this community onlv at our store The Uexall fctoro. .The W. C. Spring Drug Co. FRED E. BOOSINGER It Is Not Too Late To Come In Now. Our supply is complete of the well-known Ideal Clothing Company's Workii Lot 81 1-2: Our Big Special Overall at $1.00 Donble Sliding Bucklo Suspenders H inches Wide Big Apron Safety Spring Loops Sliding Cross Over Elastic Web lix6 inches Combination Pocket Two-Button Openings Full Waist Measure Lined Curved Pants Fly . Lined Buckle Straps and Heavy Bucklo Suspender Buttonholes sewed in 3-ply heavy denim Match Pocket Deep Swing Pockets Two Big Hip Pockets Reinforced Crotch Extra Roomy Seat Two-Seam Legs Rule Pocket Brass Buttons Big Legs, same width at shoe as at knee The above is only one of the many thoroughly reliable things we are offering . in Men's Clothing. (Reg. U. S. Patent office) Positively the best serge in the world for ladies' dresses and men's suits. and shrunk. Guaranteed all wool. This Suiting by the yard sells at $1.35 per yard, and in suiU at $16.50, to $18.00. Oak Serge Beautiful New Laces and Embroideries, Dress Goods and Trimmings, Tne JNew season s rmi Arnviai. "QUALITY FIRST OF ALL" FRBD B- BOOSINGER