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THE CHARLEVOIX COUNTY HERALD, (East Jordan, Mich.) FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1921
tfo sell Me, Albert Tousch Two Killed Over Ball Game. Pittsburgh. Two men were shot and killed and four others were wounded In a fight during a base ball game on the north side here. Accord ing to police, Jesse Baron, Negro, started the shooting when the team on which he had placed a bet lost the game. The first shot killed J. B. Conway, who had been in an argu ment with Baron, police said. Other pistols appeared in the crowd and four spectators were wounded. A po liceman killed Baron. To get relief from discouragement don't think how much worse off some body else is, bnt how much better off you are. When you get it into your head that the whole world has gone wrong, it merely means that you have gone wrong. If In a Hurry To Go Anywhere Call McKINNON'S Taxi Service Day and Night Service. Enclosed Car. Main-st., opposite E. J. L. Co. store. Phone 7. LET'S GO. Dr. W.H. Parks Physician and Surgeon Office socond floor Kimball Blk next to Peoples Bank. Phone 158--4 rings Office hours; 1:30 to 4:00 p. m. 7:00 to 6:00 p. m. X-RAY In Office. HughW.Dicken Physician and Surgeon East Jordan, Mich. Phone No. 128 Office Hours: 11:00 to 12:00 a. m. 2 .-00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. Dr.F.P. Ramsey Physician and Surgeon. Graduate o! College of Physicians and Surgeons of the University of Illinois. OFFICE E. J. LUMBER CO. BLOCK East Jordan. Micb. Phone No. 196. MI 6t DENTIST I Office Honrs: 8:00 to 12:00 a. m. 1:00 to 5:00 p. ra. Evenings by Appointment. Office, Second Floor of Kimball Block. I I I Dr. U. 11. Fray Dentist Office flours: 8 to 12 a.m. 1 to 5 p. m , And Evenings. Phone No. 223. Frank Phillips Tonsorlal Artist. Whta in nttd of anything in my line cU In and see me. Records Wanted of Soldiers Michigan War Record Lacks Data of Charlevoix County Sol diers. ATTENTION EX-SERVICE MEN: The Michigan War Racord will be used in verifying bonus applications. If you have not made out a war record blank, please answer the following questions and mail to Mrs. Wm. M. Stebbins, 318 S. Park St., Hastings, Michigan. Name in full. Army or navy serial or identification number. Home address at time of enlistment or induction. (If you were inducted from any County other than your home County, give name of that County. Date of birth. Place of birth. (If deceased) date of death. Place of death. Place of burial. Mother's name and address. Father's name and address. (If par ents are deceased so state). Occupation before war. Occupation after war. TO BE FILLED OUT FROM DIS CHARGE PAPERS: Name of original camp entered and date. Original camp assignment. (Rank, Company and Regiment. Transfers and promotions with dates. If overseas, date of sailing and date of return to U. S. Date of discharge and reason. (Navy men should give date of re lease if not permanently discharged. If a soldier is married he should give his wife's maiden name. v Her date and place of birth. Date of their marriage. Place of their marriage. If the soldier has children he should list their names, together with dates of their birth. If a soldier has been divorced and no children by his marriage no data is necessary. If he did have children the facts are requested for futurehistorical use by such children and their descendants. Soldiers married more than once should give marriage data for each marriage. Men Whose Records Are Lack ing In Charlevoix County. NAME ADDRESS Adams, John Christopher Charlevoix Allard, Leo William Charlevoix Alexander, Myron Evangeline Anderson, August South Arm Anzel, William Evangeline Ashley, Robert Evangeline Asnley, Stephen Evangeline Ashmore, Address unknown Ayers, Anderson Evangeline Bancroft, Ralph William South Arm Bates, Irving Evangeline Benjamin, Stilwell Chandler Bird, John E. Charlevoix Bird, John Evangeline Bowen, Charles Evangeline Boyle, Patrick St. James Brinkman, Walter Francis South Arm Brock, Roscoe Marshall Charlevoix Burnett, Frank Boyne City Bush, Dewey Alexander. Vanderbilt Call, Harry II. Detroit Carr, Wightsou South Arm Carnes, Ray St. James Christian, William Evangeline Colley, Harry Alfred Evangeline Colley, Percy Evangeline Cilton, Paul Clarion Comleguoy, John Adrian Coulter, Clyde Charlevoix Cramer, Doc Boyne Valley Cramer, Asa Boyne Valley Crozier, William Boyne Valley Cummings, Joseph South Arm Davidson, Aaron Evangeline Decker, Lewis Earl t South Arm Durance, William Charlevoix Erno, Lewis Everts, Ernest R. Evangeline Melrose Fletcher, Glenn Highland Boyne City Fletcher, William Thomas Boyne City Fultz, Richard Flint Gardner, Euclid Germaine, Albert Goen, Glen Vernon Gould, John Frederick Gothro, Francis Green, Felix Edward Green, Cal Groboski, Joe Grobaski Hansler, Edward Ray Hale, Charles D, Hamlin, Charles A. Hill, Hill, Hole, Clum Ervin Howell, John Hoyt, Carrol Jones, Merle Porter Johnson, Johnson, Charles Fred Keway, Dan Jacob Kitchbow, Thomas Kitchbow, Claude Kightlingcr, James A. Kightlinger, William A. Evangeline Boyne Valley Evangeline Melrose Evangeline South Arm Boyne City Boyne Valley Boyne Falls East Jordan Charlevoix Charlevoix Evangeline Evangeline Boyne City South Arm South Arm South Arm Charlevoix East Jordan East Jordan Evangeline Boyne Falls Boyne Falls Evangeline Kowalske, Harry James Krolikowski, John Krogg, Edward Thomas LaCroix," Leo G. Lalonde, Albert L. Lansing, Bertram Leo La Valley, Wm. Ernest Lemons, Leon Leonard, Wm. Leo, Edward Light, John Liskum, Reuben L. Long, Wm. Lusk, Ed McCalmon, Samuel McCann, Patrick McCann, Ulysses McClanathan, Albert McClanathan, Walter L. McGhan, Harlin Mclntyre, Daniel McKinnon, Albert McKinnon, Abraham McKinnon, Patrick A. Mitchell, Mitchell, Michnick, Oscar Morton, Roy Murphy, Wm. G. Nachazel, Edward F. Nachazel, Harold R. Nachazel, Wm. Leo Nelson, Harold Nowland, Ernest Olmstead, Miles L. O'Neill, Richard E. Orvis, Mortimer Parks, Leroy Pauckett, Irvin Peterson, Walter Popprdiane, Terry Quinn, Ernest Risk, Stanley J. Sildey, Thomas Sandford, Jos. F. Seckinger, Cyril II. Scdgman, Clinton B. Sedgman, Guy Snyder, Solomon, Ray Stanley, Luther Parks Stark, Alfred Jason Stephenson, Stewart Lee Straigt, Bert Swails, George Hathway Swain, Swift, Bruce Sherman, Sildy Thayer, Howard Thomas, Charles Lynn Tobaczyeuski, John Townsend, Carrol M. Trumble, Harrison VanTuyl, Lewis Vitzack, Raymond Vosburg, Frank Walstad, Lee Webb, Jerome Albin Wood, Odellion B. Wessells, Joseph J. Wiggins, Lyle R. Wildey, Sherman Willis, Wm. H. Total South Arm South Arm Chicago East Jordan South Arm Evangeline South Arm Boyne City Evangeline Flint East Jordan East Jordan Evangeline Charlevoix East Jordan St. James St. James Charlevoix Charlevoix Charlevoix Evangeline East Jordan South Arm Ellsworth Charlevoix Charlevoix Evangeline Boyne City South Arm South Arm South Arm South Arm Evangeline Charlevoix Charlevoix Charlevoix Detroit East Jordan Ellsworth Boyne City Ellsworth Boyne Falls South Arm Boyne City Charlevoix East Jordan South Arm South Arm South Arm Charlevoix Evangeline Boyne City Charlevoix Boyne City Charlevoix Boyne City Boyne City Boyne City Boyne City Charlevoix Boyne Falls Lansing Charlevoix Grand Rapids Evangeline Charlevoix East Jordan Hudson Charlevoix Boyne City South Arm Evangeline Evangeline 141 Letters Returned Unclaimed From Charlevoix County. NAME ADDRESS Warren, Alexander Marton, M. Anderson, Delbert Wilson Barber, Earl Nelson Wilson or East Jordan Barnes, Verne South Arm Bergman, Carl Wilson Bewker, Harry East Jordan Blaksly, Percy Charlevoix Brock, Joseph Charlevoix Cellner, Charles Carl Marion Chard, George Wesley Wilson Christian, Arthur Boyne City Corbin, Roscoe B. Charlevoix Fellenberger, Alva S. Marion Flanders, Ervin Lavern South Arm Fnltz, Wm. Edward Charlevoix Gallagher, John Peter St. James Green, Harvey Wilson Griffin, Eugene Wilson Harris, Everett Albert Melrose Harmonson, Axel East Jordan Johnson, Samuel Evangeline Keway, Julius Charlevoix Lamb, Bertram Eugene South Arm Lewis, Malcolm Marion Mastin, James Henry East Jordan Moore, Walter Marion Mosher, Ralph Evangeline Mullen, Wm. Evangeline Plisco, Albin Boyne Valley Richardson, Joseph South Arm Saurbier, Percy John East Jordan Saures, Elliot Lewis Charlevoix Smith, Harrison Landon . Hayes Smith, Verlin Evangeline Spencer, Verne Claude Charlevoix Spencer, Ward East Jordan Stanley, Albert Evangeline Stanley, Jacob Evangeline Strong, Bert , Boyne City Swails, Joseph A. Charlevoix Sweet, Harley East Jordan Talboy, Claude Onaway Wieland, John East Jordan Williams, Pierce R. Charlevoix Wood, Arthur Newberry Total 45 Card of Thanks. We wish to express our appreciation of the many acts of kindness extended us in our recent bereavement. Mrs. Rose Peppin Ruth Nelson Charles. Nelson. Garden Notes (By M. A. C. Horticultural Dept.) Seeds of many biennial and peren nial flowering plants such as Floxglove and Canterbury Bells may be sown now for flowers next summer. The striped beetle may be kept in check by keeping melon and cucumber plants well dusted with tobacco dust or air soaked lime. This makes the plants distasteful to the insects and they dis appear. Sow rutabaga seed about the middle of June. They require 4 to G weeks longer to complete their growth than the common turnips. Be sure to pinch out the tips of all new blacky raspberry canes. This should be done when the shoots are 18 to 24 inches high to insure low, stocky, well-branched plants. Keep all blossoms picked from newly set strawberry plants. They should not be allowed to bear fruit the first season, except.the everbearing varie ties which are usually allowed to bear a crop of fruit during the fall months. Only 2 or 3 plants should be left in each hill of melons, cucumbers, and squashes. Wait until the work of the striped bettle is over, then thin the plants leaving only the best to produce a crop. LAWN SOILS SAID TO NEED SPECIAL CARE Proper care of lawns and lawn soils is needed, even after the lawns are established, if good results are to be obtained, according to Dr. M. M. Mc Cool, head of the Soils Department at the Michigan Agricultural College. Time of clipping, and such matters as firming the soil and adding water in the approved manner must be obser ved by the modern lawn care-taker who would have his grounds in good condition. "Long grass should never be per mitted to go to seed," says Dr. McCool, in discussing the care of lawns. "It is also a mistake to clip too close in the late autumn, for lawn grasses, especial ly on new lawns, should pass into the winter with a considerable growth. Many of the most successful lawns are rolled or compacted in some manner. This causes the grass roots to take firm hold and assists in the establishment of a good turf. "Many mistakes are also made in the application of water to lawn soils. It is usually better to soak the soil thor oughly by laying the hose on the ground and permitting the water to flow freely on one part for an hour or so before moving to another place. The sprink ling method is satisfactory if continued long enough, but frequently this is not done and the grasses suffer in conse quence. Fertilizers may be used to ad vantage on lawn soils, if proper selec tion is made to meet conditions." TROUBLED FOR TEN YEARS J. T. Osburn, R. F. D. No. 1, Lucas ville, O.: "I had kidney trouble for ten years. I tried all kinds of reme dies but they did me no good. I took Foley Kidney Pills and they helped me so much that now I am well." Get Foley Kidney Pills today. Get rid of rheumatic pains, backache, soreness, stiffness. Hite's Drug Store. PROBATE ORDER STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the Count y of Charlevoix. At a session of said court, held at the probate office in the city of Charlevoix, in said county, on the 24th day of May A. D. 1921. Present: Hon. Servetus A. Correll, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Maude E. Tooley, Deceased. Zephiar Keller, having filed in said court her petition praying that the administration of said estate be granted to Jacob Keller or to some other suitable person. It is ordered, that the Twenty-first day of June A. D. 1921, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three suc cessive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Charlevoix County Herald a newspaper printed and cir culated in said county. SERVETUS A. CORRELL, Judge of Probate. PROBATE ORDER. STATE OF MICHIGAN, the Probate Court for the County of Charlevoix. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in the City of Charle voix, in said County, on the 4th day of June A. D. 1921. Present: Hon. Servetus A. Correll, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Anna Mary Cincush, Deceased. Adolphus M. Cincush having filed in said court his final administration ac count, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assign ment and distribution of the residue of said estate It is Ordered, That the 27th day of June A. D. 1921, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said Probate Office be and is hereby appointed fot examining and allowing said account and hearing said petition; It is further ordered That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three suc cessive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Charlevoix County Her ald a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. SERVETUS A. CORRELL Judge of Probate. $ 0000.000O0 w tl'JtCm U I 000000004 J? yjtjL Ai Select Your Ru and Linoleum From Our . Stock. You will find patterns suitable to every room and prices lower than they have been in years. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY AND SERVICE. Bambers Watson Furniture Dealers K. G. WATSON, Funeral Director. Phone 66 East Jordan The J5est City Of Its Size In Michigan. HELP PREVENT FIRES. Follow these rules: (1) Matches. Be sure your match is out. Pinch it before you throw it away. (2) Tobacco. Throw pipe ashes and cigar or cigarette stumps in the dust of the road and stamp or pinch out the fire before leaving them. Don't throw them into brush, leaves or needles. (3) Making Camp. Build a small campfire. Build it in the open, not against a tree or log or near brush Scrape away the trash from all around it. (4) Leaving Camp. Never leave a campfire, even for a short time, with out quenching it with water and then covering it with earth. (5) Bonfires. Never build bonfires in windy weather or where there is the slighest danger of their escaping from control. Don't make them larger than you need. (6) Fighting Fires. If you find a fire, try to put it out. If you can't, get word of it to the nearest United States forest ranger or state fire war den at once. Save food, forage, forests. Great Secret. A business concern in Boston hfcs this pungent maxim prominently dis played In Its front window: "A com pleted trnnsnctlon Is nn asset; unfin ished business is u liability." A mod ern efficiency expert could write a G0,0(Xword book on that text, and then really not soy much more. The wold is full of "starters" who never get anywhere. The big idea is to choose only worth while objectives and then finish what you start. Al bert Sidney (Iregg. No man is a success that' children do not like, and no man is a total failure whom they do like. When a man does not like his job he can change it and not be blamed, but it's different with a housewife. A GOOD SUMMER MEDICINE A summer bronchial cough causes broken sleep and lowers your vitality. Hay fever and asthma are other sea sonal afflictions. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound soothes and heals raw, inflamed membranes, stops tickling in throat and clears stuffy, wheezy breath ing. Contains no opiates. Hite's Drug Store. Roll Your Car Into Cro well's Garage IT WILL ROLL LONGER, SMOOTHER AND BETTER WHEN YOU ROLL IT AWAY AGAIN. We take pleasure in announc ing that we have opened. a iirst class Garage in connec tion with our Livery and have engaged an expert mechanic to care for this department, GIVE US A TRIAL! CKOVJELLS GARAGE AND LIVERY.