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'THE CHARLEVOIX COUNTY HERALD, (East Jordan, Mich.) FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921
R MUNNIMAKERS Tst Wanted. For Sale X?fr Pant in this Column is 25 ronfc for nn o incprtinn for 25 words or less. Initials count as one word and compound words count as two words. words a charge ol one cent a word will be made for the first insertion and one-half cent for subsequent insertions, with a mimimum charge 01 id cenis. FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT cor ner Third and Nichols Sts. MRS. C. WAI?H. 20x2 For Sale Real Estate FOF SALE Mv residence on North Main st. For terms inquire of HAR RY CURKENDALL, Harbor Springs, Mich. 45 tf For Sale Miscellaneous AT. FAT PA TN FIF.T.D We have be tween six and seven acres of standing Aliailtt Wllltll V C WISH IU 0.11 J municate atoncc.-MRS. W. P.SQUIER tastdoraan. rnone u. FOR SALE A one-horse DOUBLE WAGON BOX in cood condition Have no further use for it. BOHU MIL STANEK. East Jordan. R. 4. 22-3 FOR SALE Five vearlincr HEIFERS also some seven-weeks-old PIGS EDWARD THORSEN. R. 3 East Jor dan. Phone 1G5-22. - 22x2 FOR SALE New and Second-hand Siding, New and second-hand Pine Lumber. 1 and 2 men tiemiocK. win dows and Frames, and Electric Wire and Fixtures. Matchad Lumber Some City Property. ROBERT PROCTER. 20x4 We are acrents for CHAMPION SILOS Silo Fillers and Feed Grinders. None better. ANTHONY ZOULEK, East Jordan. R. 1. Phone U8F22. 18x6 WANT FARM, Ranch, Plantation in exchange for apartment buildings Good location. Rents 5,uuu to iuu, 000. Price $25,000 to $750,000. Trade separate or together. uhOKuh w, STEWART, 21) So. LaSalle, Chicago. Albert Tousch When Youth and Inexperience start out to reform the world they are al ways shocked to discover that the world doesn't want their kind of re form, but Age and Experience, bent on the same mission, try to conceal the fact that they are attempting a reform and by appealing to reason or preju dice sometimes accomplish that which they seek. A cheerful giver usually has a cheerful liver. Money makes the mare go and also it sometimes makes an ass of its owner: No man ever could understand why any woman should be jealons of any husband. Then there are the theatre-goers who are shocked when they go to a theater and are not shocked. The soul of a poet may dwell in a scullion but did you ever know it to? ? Ve sell C j Mileage 0 Shoes Yourlome Flours Iron Duke - - White Rose Deserve Your Attention Because They Are The BEST and CHEAPEST. Try Our BREAKFAST CEREALS . Made From Pure Wheat. ARG0 MILLING Co. First Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. Thomas Marshall, Pastor. "The Church where your welcome never wears out." . Sunday, June 19, 1921. 10:00 a. m. Children's Day Exer cises, uaptism or cnuaren. 11:15 Church School. 3:00 p. m. Junior Church. 7:30 d. m. Subject "Christ and the Child." 7:30 p. m. Wednesday evening-: Community Movie. 7:30 p. m. Thursday Prayer Service. Presbyterian Church Notes Sunday, June 19, 1921. 11:15 Sunday School. 6:00 p. ra. Y. P. S. C. E. Church of God. Hours of services: (Eastern Standard Time) Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Preaching at 11:00 a. m. Evening Service 8:00 p. m. Wed. Prayer Meeting 8:00 p. m. Welcome to our services. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Burgess, Pastors. St. Joseph's Church. D. M. Drinan Pastor. Masses on 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month at 8:00 and High Mass at 10:00. Mass on 2nd Sunday of each month at 8:00 o'clock. High Mass on 4th Sunday of each month at 10:00. On 5th Sundays Masses at 8:00 and 10:00. Masses on Holy days and Devotions will.be announced. St. John's Church. Bohemian Settlement. High Mass on 2nd Sunday of each month at 10:00. High Mass on 4th Sunday of each month at 8:00 o'clock. Latter Day Saints Church. L. Dudley, Pastor. 8:30 a. m. Young Peoples Prayer Meeting. 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. Prayer Meeting. 7.00 p. m. Preaching. Wednesday 7:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:00 p.m. Religo. Holiness Mission Main St., Opposite Commercial House. Hours of services. Sunday morning Sunday School at 10:30 eastern time. Preaching at 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 8:00 p. m. Everybody welcome. A "spoiled" child always is in bad odor. ' , SECRETS WILL OUT A new use has been found for ether, and the criminal element of our popu lation is not pleased. In time their uneasiness may develop into a panic. It has been demonstrated by practic al experiment that a small amount of ether administered to a person an amount sufficient to place him under its influence and yet leaving him con sciouswill cause that person to res pond readily to any question, to babble his inmost secrets. Just what effect information secured in this manner will have in law is not known, as its admissibility is yet to be ascertained. But the fact remains that this opens up a possible way of detect ing crime and of solving many of the mysteries that now baffle the police of the country. Then, too, if employed in ferreting out violations of the prohibition law there is no limit to the consternation it may create. It may even cause half of the population of the United States to decamp for parts unknown. Gosh! ATTRACTIONS AT THE TEMPLE THEATRE NEXTWEEK The theatre will be open every night next week starting Monday wtth Viola Dana, in "The Off Shore Pirate" and Snooky the Humanzee in You'll Be Surprised" making two special features combined into a very strong show that is built to make you laugh. Viola Dana is one of the Temples most popular stars and Snooky the monkey ranks for first honors in the comedy line, it will be a great show for the whole family and will make you forget your troubles. Tuesday, beautiful Grace Darmand in "The Beautiful Gambler" the story of the frenzied days before Nevada prohibited games of chance you can't help being thrilled by this breathlese photoplay. Wednesday, Wm. Russell in "Cheater Reformed". This is a wonderful pic ture with a good moral lesson and in teresting from start to finish. On the same program is the second episode of the "Lion Man" making seven reels of a program that is made to entertain you. Thursday, Elaine Hammerstein in The Point of View" the story of a girl who changed her view of life and won happiness instead of sorrow, a picture that will live long in your mind Friday, Tom Moore in "Toby.s Bow" you park your troubles outside when you see Tom Moore in this picture. Its crammed full of giggles, smiles, laughs and roars. Saturday will mark the starting of a new serial with Eileen Sedgwick in "The Diamond Queen" which promis es to be the best chapter play seen here to dale. There will also be a two reel Western "The Fighting Actors" the News weekly and a comedy mak ing a six reel program. Snnday, Douglas Fairbanks returns in "When the Clouds Roll By" which is a genuine novelty, he simply carries you off your feet, new and original in story and action, full of pep and com edy. DISCOVERER OF HUBAM CLOVER VISITS STATE That Michigan increase plats of Hub- am clover, the new crop which has at tracted so much attention from grow ers all over the country, compare very favorably with those in any other states, is the opinion expressed by Prof. H. D. Hughes, of Iowa, the dis coverer of the crop. Professor Hughes visited the plats at the Michigan Agri cultural College last week, and was enthusiastic about the work with the new crop in the state. Michigan increases are said to be larger than those anywhere else in the country. Alabama and Iowa, two of the lead ing Hubam states, have both suffered difficulties with the new clover this year. Excessive rains in the southern state, frosts in Iowa damaged stands this spring. "Late seedings of Hubam were some what injured in Michigan by draughts" says Prof. J. F. Cox of the Michigan Agricultural College, "but earlier seed ings are generally in good shape. This crop often makes a disappointing ap pearanee during the first month of growth because of the fact that it starts tardily. This has caused many grow ers with really excellent stands to think the crop a failure and put in. an other crop. "Remarkably rapid growth of the Hubam plants after being once estab lished will carry them past ordinary weeds, however, and if plants are pre sent from one inch to a foot apart in the rows, clean cultivation should be given and a good seed crop expected. "Those fortunate enough to have stands of this new crop may feel cer tain of a strong demand for seed." If you expect things to go wrong you seldom will be disappointed. When a speaker announces that he only has one more word to say before he quits talking, ever notice how the audience brightens up? Women may not be logical but who wants them to be and how many men are? When you feel above your job, it's pretty certain your job is above you. Of eourse the world needs reforming always has and always will but do you believe after thinking carefully over your own life you are the one to do it? Self-flattery is the lowest form of deception. You can decieve a young child about everything but its stomach. Look into his history a little and you will find that the man who boasts he is self-made is woman-made. That day is happiest whose work is "snappiest" If everybody spent as much time finding reasons for working as he does finding excuses for not working, all of us could loaf about half the time and accomplish as much as now is done It used to be said that "a woman's place is in the home" but now it is in the automobile. To the victor belongs the broils. Garden Notes (By M. A. C. Horticultural Dept.) Keep potato and tomato plants well sprayed with Bordeaux Mixture to protect them against the blight. Cultivation of the new strawberry bed should be thorough and frequent and continue as long as the plants are growing in the fall. All seed stalks of rhubarb plants should be cut out promptly, as soon as they appear. Seed production ex hausts plant food, which should other wise be used by the plant. Don't continue cutting the asparagus bed too late in the season. Remember that the plants must be given time to store up food in the roots for produc ing next year's crop. It is a good plan to apply a good top dressing of manure to the asparagus bed at the end of the cutting season. It may then be thoroughly cultivated into the soil and will not interfere with early growth in the spring. Why do peony buds often form but never develop into flowers? This is often due to a poor dry soil. Fertilize well, mulch the plants during hot weather, and give them plenty of wa ter during the blooming season. Try it. NO ROOM FOR CRITICISM In the city of London there are hun dreds ol thousands of people unemploy ed five million of them in Great Brit ain. Empty stomachs are as numerous as the leaves upon the trees. One section of London is gaunt and filled with misery. There is no work, no money and but little bread. In another section the center of aristocracy and fashion gayety reigns supreme. Immense sums of money are spent on the pleasures of a single night. It flows continually in the pro duction of social excitement. There is no want, no hunger, no lack of bread there. But are we Americans in a position to criticize England's aristocracy for its frivolity in the face of unemployment and misery? ' We are not. Millions are out of employment in this country. Our cities swarm with homes where the larders are empty and little stomachs are more so. Yet in Atlantic City a prize fight is to be pulled off between an American and a Frenchman between Dempsey and Carpentier. Men will journey from every state in the unipn to see that fight. They will pay from $10 to $1,000 a seat to see two men beat each other up. A broken nose smeared with blood will elicit no feeling of pity or concern only renewed howls of joy or chagrin. There will be no empty stomachs at that fight. No little children crying for bread will witness that gory contest of brutality. The money spent for the privilege of seeing that fight would furnish a royal feast for all of the people in the United States who now hunger for bread. Instead, it will not allay the suffering of one. No, we are in no position to criticize the English, or any other nation of peopie, so far as squandering our sub stance and neglecting our unemployed are concerned. Did you ever know a woman on see ing a baby didn't remark, "Isn't he cute?" To see the cause of your failure, look in the mirror. What wives should know is that hus bands would rather have them run bills up than to run themselves down. (t DENTIST Office Hours: 8:00 to 12:00 a. m. 1:00 to 5:00 p. m. Ereningi by Appointment. Office, Second Floor of Kimball Block. i: Dr. O. JH. Pray I Dentist ; Office Ilonri: i 8 to 12 . m. 1 to 5 p. m , And Evenings. Tbone No. 223. Frank Phillips Tonsorlal Artist. When in need of anything in my line call in and see me. I. Select Your Rugs and Linoleum From Our Stock. You will find patterns suitable to every room and prices lower than they have been in years. TI1K IIOUSK OF QUALITY AND SKKVICE. .BamberJ Watson Furniture Dealers K. G. WATSON, Funeral Director. Phone 66 East Jordan The Hest City Of Its Size In Michigan. EE Perhaps an office some time might seek the man if the man were not so busy seeking the office that he's not at home when the office calls. HughW.Dickcn Physician and Surgeon East Jordan, Mich. Phone No. 128 Office I&urs: 11:00 to 12:00 a. m. 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. i Dr.F.P.Ramsey 3 Physician and Surgeon, j Graduate of College of Physicians and t I Surgeons of the University of f y Illinois. J 1 OFFICE E. J. LUMBER CO. BLOCK j (J East Jordan. Mich. J jp rnone wo. iyo. J Roll Your Car Into Cro well's Garage IT WILL KOLL LONGER, SMOOTHER AND BETTER WHEN YOU ROLL IT AWAY AGAIN. We take pleasure in announc ing that we have opened a first class Garage in connec tion with our Livery and have engaged an expert mechanic to care for this department, GIVE US A TRIAL! CROWELLS GARAGE AND LIVERY. Many a man can "deliver the iroods" who cant make them. Who remembers when girls wore high collars with white ruching at the top that gave their heads the effect of an inverted lamp shade? 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 1584 rings Office hours; 1:30 to 4:00 p. m. 7:00 to 8:00 p. m. X-RAY In Office.