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EAST JORDAN. MICHIGAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 4. 1913.
Latter part of January. Dates
Fixed for Charlevoix County.
Tle State Farmers Institutes for
Chamevolx count? will be held this
year'the latter part of January
The gist of state speakers Is a strong
oocrb rollow.: O. F. Marvin of II II
A. Bentall 'jf North port, who Is
rs,he most p'afc:J .horticulture
IH (tliettlatc; N. I. Moore of Ilan-
JjI- i'i UlH "e8t aM a(una men
fin the stuff cif state sneakers, and G.
L Cod man.
A rare treat U promised for the wo
man's section. Miss Jtnnle Kuell of
Ann Arbor, lecturer of the Michigan
Hale grange having been secured.
The dates of the meetings are as
Kast Jordan January 22-23; Boyne
City January 24-2.!; Hoyne Falls Jan
uary 27; Hay Shore January 28.
The round-up will be held at Charle
voix iuary 29 and 3i The complete
program and further information will
be given later.
"THE FORTUNE HUNTER'
t Timnl Theatre Next Tues
day Night, Jan'y 7th.
At Temple Theatre on Tuesday eve
aOrs 7 "The Fortune Hunter" win
x ' vou along merry paths that
straight to the brightest kind of
iaiauc (iuusnlne. 1 here arc no
Jdid moments to dim the Joy of
nehell Smith's play and theatre
mare assured a particularly happy
ning. What happens to Nat
Pi-Mcan when transplanted from
rAjadway to the little town " of
tiadville. Penna., makes the story.
oui,naspeen pernuaaea oy ms oiu
cojiege friend. Kellogg, that the way
: toJearn a ilxe J and substantial income
Isltoraive into :t small town and
n: ike th leading banker's daughter
;a iictlm at Mie altar. Nat has a
't jsonahle excuse for engaging In the
U ikf however he ha b.en a
itr.'jerable failure in business jtnd the
?t:ad line yawns before him. In
jllidvllle. h'- is to lead the "potless
life attend cnurch regularly, cutout
oklng, liquors profanity, aod above
t I things he must work. Ills early
f piggies to mantain a proper stan
! rd of living lead to complications
t at make the play the most delicious
cT corned les. it Is hard work for
I Incan to outgrow his Broadwav
I bits, ahd they creep into his daily
r Utine In ways that go direct to
ur laugh center.
course things move smoothly
uncan, hut not along the lines
own pv his friend, Kellogg, who
aanced the undertaking. Nat
himself developing a
nental regard for the daughter
le old druggist with whom he
It is through the energy and
rise of Duncan, that the
ecary shop is moved out i)t
rty Row and settled comfortably
iecurely ou Mln Street, for Nat
1 . k. : . 1. .. . -. ,
ceK'ps llllllCriAJ UUSU9JCLCVI
(loess ability. lie meets the
Jker's daughter, but discovers he
not ant her after all. for he
s his forrtune In his love for the
rugglst's daughter. whloh she
return s and th splendid ousiness lie
has built, so the ptay ends happily
(or all concerned.
Seats now on sale at Mack's.
NEW LAW FIRM.
When a pretty young widow camps
a bachelor's trail he'w good as
Will Open Office in our
AttorueyvJ. Ernest Converse and
Dwight L. Wilson, of Boyne City,
have formed a partnership under the
firm name of Converse & Wilson, and
while continuing their law" practice
at Coyne CI y, will open a' laVand
Insurance ofllce in our city thlsbom:
ingweek in rooms over the Slate
Bank of East Jordan occupied ' byn,tje
Price Bros. Company.
Mr.- Wllwon will make thl city his
home and will take care of the inait
part of the busluos here. He was
formerly principal of the Charlevoix
high schools for several years and Is a
graduate of the Ypsilantl State Nor
mal and the law department of the
University of Michigan.
Att'y Converse is one of our former
business men. who some time Hgo re
moved to our sister city. He made
many lasting business and social
friends while a resident among us,
and his ability as'au attorney Is un
excelled. Converse & Wilson have pur
chased the tire insurance business
conducted by W. A Loveday, the
transfer to take place Jan. 15th. and
wiil(hi.reafter represent the several
well- ki own Insurance companies
which Mr. Loveday handled.
The Herald wishes the new firm,
bom with the new year, a happy and
prosperous life, aud, If there's any
luck in odd numbers the new firm of
1913 will surely be successful.
Resolutions of Soronian Hive
L. 0. T. M. M.
Whereas, The angel of death entered
our tuid.-t on Monday Dec. 23rd 1912
and took into eternal rest our beloved
sister A una F. Goodman, therefore be
U - -
Resolve', That we, the members of
Soronian Hive, No 452 extend to the
bereaved husband and daughter our
sympathy and commend them to the
consolation of Illm who "doeth all
thing- well" it is further
Resolved, That our charter be
draped for thirty days, that a copy of
these resolutions be attached 'to and
become a part of our minutes, a copy
be Mint to the bereaved family. Com
mittee: ' ,
Alice B. Kimiiall
Cut the High Cost of Living.
W. H. Chapman, Winnebago, Neb.,
tells how he din It, "My two
child ten had a very bad cough and
the doctor's medicines did them no
good. I got a bottle of Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound, and oefore it was
all used the children wert free and
cured of their cough I saved a
dortor's bill for one 25c bottle of
Foley,s lloney and Tar Compound."
No opiate; Mite's Drug Store, (adv)
Vhthe advent of 1913tiake up
It s a good plan to believe only
half of what you hear, then forget
half of -that.
Many a dear girl remains In the
spinster class because men are
looking for something cheaper.
A woman Is willing to let 'a man
haye Hie last word if it comes In the
form of an apology
Preseverance may be the mother of
success, but tbe offspring Isn't alway s
jost what It should be.
If a woman can't boast of anything
elc, she Is apt to brag abou t how
reapeciaoie ner iamuy na aiViLvs
If what a man has done wo
Investigation, he mikes a
Ihtatiflmr .if wliot l 1 .: in
ru-.V.IJfc Illltttl tic 13 K iiri
V.r, .Iw.nlJ ... A'
your wife.s o ame beforr'
tn liO-. f. I ha i.iIip f.ili.i..
The microbe of l nt ia
Vck oniy me f,er
s to reason most ,
Popular East Jordan Cbuple
$?r Wedded Last Monday.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Aldeo
E. Cross was the scene of wedding
festivities last Monday evening when
their daughter. Miss Maude, was
united in marriage to Howard, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P Porter.
The ceremony took , place at 7:30 p.
m.. Rev. A. D. Grigsby, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church officiating,
and usng the Episcopal service.
Miss Flora Porter presided at the
piano. The bride was beautifully
gowned in pink crepe de chine and
The rooms were decorated with sml
laxand pink and white carna
tions, and with lighted candles, made
a pleasing scene.
Following the ceremony, delicious
refreshments were served to about
fifty relatives and t Mends. The hap
py couple left tnat evening for Boyne
Falls, taking the G. R. & I. from
there to Grand Rapids and other
Both of these young people are
actively connected with the social
and business life of our citv, and
have a host of friends who wish them
every happiness on the sea of matrimony.
Whenever a man gets into trouble
he always complains that some one
An egotist is a man who be
lieves that If he were to hide his light
under a bushel the whole world would
be in darkness.
Speaking of the so called weaker
sex you may have noticed that the
wife whose word is law never has to
cull in the police to enforce it.
Bring in all the Hides, Furs and
Pelts to Klino Bros. Thev pay
the highest prices, $:t.(K) f.r No. 1
iiurse hides. 43-13 (adv )
It isn't tbe proper thing for a
a girl to practice on a vocak range
wink her poor old mother practices
on the cooking range.
Boarders Wnted Elmer Porter
has opened a Bo;itding House on the
second floor of the Zitka block. A
good home with all modern conven
iences, (adv.) fl 4
UNITED DOCTORS Specialists
Will Alain Re At
East Jordan Russell House
Wednesday, Jan. 8th, 1913
Houn 11:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m.
Remarkable Success of These Talented
Physicians in the Treatment of
The United Doctors, licensed by
the State of Michigan for the treat
ment of deformities and all nervous
diseases of men. women and children,
offer to all who call on this visit,
consultation, examination and advice
These Doctors are among America's
leading stomach and nerve special
ists, and are experts in the treatment
of chronic diseases of the blood, liver,
stomach, Intestloes. skin nerves heart
spleen, kidneys or bladder, rheuma
tism, sciatica, diabetes, bed-wetting,
leg ulcers, weak lungs, and those
a filleted with long standing, deep
seated chronic diseases, that have
baflled the skill of other physicians,
should not fail to call.
According to their system no more
operations for appendicitis, gall
stones, tumors, goiter, plies, etc. By
fir method these diseases arc treat-
hout operation or hypodermic
IHiey were among the first
earn the name of
sby doing away
I . !
i Don't Forget j
V I N O Li
For that cough that you
flfi'f fje rZA rtf
Remember we find it
one of the best preparations
now on sale.
We recommend and
For acute coughs and
J colds use
i Spring's Cough :
and stop coughing. We
THE, SEfSON FOR
IS HERE AGAIN. This years crop is of fine
qnality'arid we are making the same old-fashioned
Stone Ground Absolutely Pure Flour.
It's Got the Flavor.
Don't let your dealer substitute any of the mixed
compounds that the Pure Food Law still allows;
insist on the PUKE STONE GROUND it, is
cheaaer in the end. Ijift y
The ARGGiI EEJNG CO.
At Mill B, East Jordan.
W. C. SPRING
I DRUG CO.
A bachelor girl is a spinster with
East Jordan Planing Mills Co., '$
K m B. E. WATERMAN, Manager.
Custom Planing Mill.
Manufacturers and Dealers m V
Doors, Windows and Glass, $
Siding, Ceiling and Flooring
g V tlip PffiV A MuldinS8' Turned Work,
lilSA and Scroll Sawing. g
dL ZL - ..J "J , i . . . . ii i ii'icTirn i itiidcd rD nice ncivrc A
EAST JORDAN LUMBER CO.
Beginning January 1st, 1913, this store will deliver goods by Parcels
Post whenever requested to do so.
Uncle Sam has effected arrangements whereby packages weighing up
to eleven pounds and measuring seventy-two inches, all dimensions added
together, can be delivered at your door.
This means that you can call up this store or drop us a cafd and
receive from us the article wanted the next time the mail carrier passes
your door. If you need
DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES
Anything We Carry In This Store
and will give us an idea of what you want together with the sizes, etc.,
we will sec that you get it. "
The charges from our score to your residence will be as follows:
pound $.05 4. Each additional pound $.01 H pounds $. 15
We will dr&'ver free of all postage charges, merchandise to the
XjMno'-at'of SI. 00 or over.
Our telephone number is 138.