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THE CHARLEVOIX COUNTY HERALD, (East Jordan, Mich.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1921
NOTICE I have just sold out my interest in the North ern Auto Company and have the following Ford Car3 For Sale: 1914 Model Touring 1917 Model Touring -1919 Model Roadster 1919 Model Touring - 1920 Touring sSr -Also Two Motorcycles .Roscoe EAST JORDAN, MICHIGAN. standard Apple Barrels Can furnish strictly standard Apple Barrels for rail or truck delivery at lowest price. High class stock. Write or Wire Our Grand Rapids Office. Crozed Stave Corporation Plant Boync City, Mich. Simple Faith. An optimist Is a man who places a long distance call and says that he will 'hold the phone." Arkansas Gazette. Pleasure in One's Work. Pleasure comes through toil and not through self-indulgence and indolence. When one gets to love his work his life Is a happy one. Kuskln. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Board of County Road Commissioners of Charlevoix County, Court House, Charlevoix, Michigan un til 1:30 o'clock p. m., central standard time, Tuesday, Sept. Cth, 1921, by the Charlevoix County Road Commissioners for the Reconstruction of 4542 feet of road on the East Jordan and Elmira road in the City of East Jordan, South Arm Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan. Plans may be examined and instruc tions to bidders, specifications and pro posal blanks obtained at the office of the Board of County Road Commis sioners of Charlevoix County, Court House, Charlevoix, Michigan. The right to reject any or all pro posals is reserved. Charlevoix County Road Commission. RICHARD LEWIS, Clerk. Charlevoix, Mich., Aug 15, 1921. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Board of County Road Commissioners of Charlevoix County, Court House, Charlevoix, Michigan un til 1:30 o'clock p. m. central standard time, Tuesday, Sept. Cth, 1921, by the Charlevoix County Road Commissioners for the construction of 2300 feet of road on what is known as the Nettleton Hill road in the City of East Jordan, South Arm Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan. Plans may be examined and instruc tions to bidders, specifications and pro posal blanks obtained at the office of the Board of County Road Commis sioners of Charlevoix County, Court House, Charlevoix, Michigan. The right is reserved to reject any or all proposals. Charlevoix County Road Commission RICHARD LEWIS, Clerk. Charlevoix, Mich., Aug. 15, 1921. GLAD TO GET RID OF IT Mrs. Mary Bourkc, 1097 N. Alliatcr St. San Francisco, Calif., writes: "I have been troubled with backache; took two Foley Kidney Pills and they helped me so good my back stopped paining me. I am so glad to get rid of it" Women find great relief in Foley ' Kidney Tills. Hite'i Drug Store. ft $100.00 200.00 325.00 325.00 325.00 100.00 Mackey Phone 89 Carries 45 Caliber Gun to Protect Dollar Bill Detroit. Convinced that De- troit was a wicked city and deter- mined to protect the dollar bill In his pocket, Kenneth Martin, 17 years old, stepped off a Grand Ilapids train last week with a .45- caliber revolver nearly as large as himself strapped to his belt. He ran afoul of Patrolman Luther Hamlin, of Scotten Station, how- ever, and was arrested for carry- ing concealed weapons. Martin was sent to the Juvenile Deten- tlon Home. Two youths with him were not held. The prisoner told Lieut. William Fitzpatrick he .came here to find work and was going to take no chances with bandits. CANADA RUM IMPORTS CHECKED U. S. Officials, State Troopers and Po lice Watch Shores of River. Detroit. United States customs offi cials here are throwing the entire strength of their organization against liquor smuggling from Canada. They have stationed agents at secret points along the river to check up on liquor boats en route from Canada. A number of state troopers are also at work to stop the flow of beer and liquor Into down river points. The present carnival of rum run ning was started by Magistrate Gundy's decision In a recent case, at Windsor, Ontario, that oflldals could not interfere with shipments of beer from Canada to the United States. Pending the decision of cases In New York and Detroit, and a final Judicial interpretation of the matter of rum shipments from a foreign point passing over the "United States en route to a foreign destination, or ders have been Issued by Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury, in structing customs agents not to tam per with such shipments. Keep Bandages Handy. A box of bandages should be kept handy In every household In case of accident. These can easily be made. Tear them from strong cotton cloth, unhemmed, and roll them tightly, mak ing separate rolls of varying widths. Sterilize them by placing them In the oven, and then store them In a fruit Jar. DETROITERS LISTED AS MAFIA VICTIMS SICILIAN CONFESSES MOST OF BAND'S KILLINGS WERE IN AUTO CITY. BODIES ARE SECRETLY BURIED Detroit Officer Investigates Charge That Slain Men Were Interred Near 7-Mlle Road. Detroit. Charges that Sicilian gun men paid by wealthy Sicilians and gang leaders had slain many Detroit men within the last ?0 years and in as many as a dozen instances buried the bodies in farm land in the neigh borhood of Gratiot avenue and Seven Mile Road without the knowledge of authorities, were made last week to James Dowd, deputy sheriff and for-, mer detective lieutenant by a Sicilian whose name was withheld. The man visited Mr. Dowd follow ing publication of dispatches giving the confession in New York last week of Bertolo Fontano, alleged gangster, who takes responsibility, according to police, for one slaying and charges that the Black Hand, of which he was a forced member, killed nine Italians In Detroit and a large number in oth er cities. "Farm land in the neighborhood of Seven-Mile Road 'and Gratiot avenue Is known to us as the 'burying ground of the Black Hand There is more than one man buried there who dis appeared and about whom the police know nothing," the Sicilian told Mr. Dowd. Bert McPherson, detective lieuten ant in charge of the Black Hand Squad here, will investigate the charges and an attempt will be made to locate some of the bodies. Several times within the last few years farmers have stumbled on bodies of slain Sicilians. One was found buried near a fence with a dag ger between his ribs, his face slashed so he could not be recognized. The prohibition law, bone of conten tion among American factions, is link ed with the Mafia killings throughout the United States in the confession of Fontano. Fontano, arrested with seven others, said he was part of the world-wide organization which Is de voting Itself to the rum-running busi ness In the United States. Detroit has seen In the last five years 70 murders of Sicilians, some of them wealthy men, and in that time only one man was sent to prison and he was released following a new trial. The brothers and sisters and parents of the slain feudist, by tribal law rec ognize not American law and refuse to divulge info-ation which might lead to the cc of the murderer. His punishm it to members of his race. Fontano also declared that the or ganization has a fund of $500,000 and perfect working machinery In the Uni ted States to defend members caught by the police. Use for Ultra.Violet Rays. For some years ultru-vlolet rays have been used for sterilizing water, milk and other fluids. The idea has now been applied to the disinfecting of barrels and casks. PROBATE ORDER STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Charlevoix. At a session of said court, held at the nrohnte office in the citv of Charlevoix. in said county, on the 15th day of August a. u. iyzi. Present: Hon. Servetus A. Correll. Judge of Probate. In the Matter or tne estate or ftai Roberts, Deceased. .Tflroh Roberts, havinff filed in said court his petition praying that said court adjudicate and determine who were at the time or ms aeam me icgai heirs of said deceased and entitled to inherit the real estate of which said de ceased died seized, It is ordered, that the Sixth Hnv of Sent. A. D. 1921. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; ii is iuruier urutrcu, uiai yuuiw nntirp thereof he rriven bv Dublication of a copy of this order, for three suc cessive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in tne unanevoix ouniy Herald a newsDaDer printed and cir culated in said county. SliKVfciUSA. tUKKLLL, Judge of Probate. PROBATE ORDER STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Charlevoix. At a session or saia iouri, neia ai wie Probate Office in the City of Charle voix in said County, on the 3rd day of August A. D. 1921. Present: servetus A. uorreii, rroDaie Judge. In the matter of the Estate of Daniel Jacob Keway, Deceased. The above estate having been admitt ed to Drobate and John J. Mikula appointed administrator thereof. It is ordered that four months from this date be allowed for creditors to present their claims against said estate, and that such claims will be heard by said court on Thursday, the 8th day of December A. D. 1921, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Probate office in the city or Charlevoix. It is Further Ordered, That Public notice thereof be given by publication of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing in the Charlevoix County Herald, a newsnaner printed and circulated in said County. SERVETUS A. CORRELL, Judge of Probate. no si MUNNIMAKERS Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale, For Rent, etc., In this Column is 25 cents for one insertion for 25 words or less. Initials count as one word and compound words count as two words. Above this number of words a charge ol one cent a word will bo made for the first insertion and one-half cent for subsequent insertions, with a mimimum charge of 15 cents. Lost and Found FOUND Small parcel containg some baby's wearing apparel. Owner may have same by paying for this notice. HERALD OFFICE. Wanted WANTED Position by an experienced Stenographer. Address 210 N. Lake St., Boyne City, Mich. 34-3 Help Wanted MAN WANTED to work on farm. AL BERT LENOSKEY, Phone 178F2, East Jordan. 34x Wanted Experienced Wait ress, Hotel Hallet, Char levoix, Mich. For Sale Real Estate RESIDENCE FOR SALE My seven room brick veneered dwelling on the West Side together with between 7 and 8 acres of land. New furnace recently installed. Good well. A bargain as we are about to remove from the city.-ORRIN T. STONE. 34tf. RESIDENCE FOR SALE-Owing 'to our removal from the city, we offer our beven-Koom Brick Residence for Sale at a bargain. Located near the West bide schoolhouse. In good re pair and wired for electricity. UEORUE STOKES, East Jordan. 35x2 FOF SALE My residence on North Main st. ror terms inquire of IIAR RY CURKENDALL, Harbor Springs Mich. 45 tf For Sale Miscellaneous FOR SALE Kitchen Cabinet, iron bed and springs, rocking chair, three burner oil stove, and other household articles. MRS. EDWARD BRAD FORD. 34x2 BEAGLE PUPS FOR SALE-Two thoroughbred Beagle Pups, 4 months old, registered stock JAMES KUbS. 33tf 1920 TOURING CAR for sale. Easy terms. Enquire at Herald office. 31tf GRAVEL Call Douglas Shepard for gravel. Urders filled on short notice Phone lGl-FG. 31x4 FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT cor ner Third and Nichols Sts. MRS. C WALSH. 30x3 Loses $19,000,000 Suit Over Patent. Duluth, Minn. Captain Alexander McDougall, Duluth inventor and ship builder, his lost his suit to recover royalties amounting to more than $19, 000,000 from the Oliver Mining com pany, on his claim that the corpora tion's engineers were guilty of in fringement on his patent ore washer, In a decision received here from Fed eral Judge Wilbur Booth. Captain McDougall had laid claim to royalties of $2 a ton on all ore treated by the corporation with this ore wa?her. CHANCERY ORDER STATE OF MICHIGAN, the Circuit Court b or the County of Chanevoix, in Chancery. SADIE DAVIS, Plaintiff, vs FRANK DAVIS, defendant. Suit pending in the Circuit Court for Charlevoix County, in Chancery, on the 30th day or June, vja. It satisfactorily appearing to this Court by affidavit on file that the de fendant, Frank Davis, is not a resident of the state of Michigan but resides in Drayton in the btate of North Dakota, on motion or cunK and Williams, atlor neys for the plaintiff, it is ordered that me ueienaam, rraiiK uavis, cause ms appearance to be entered in this cause within three months from the date of this order and in case of his appear ance that he cause his answer to the plaintiff's Bill of Complaint to be filed and a copy thereof to be served upon the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty days after service on him of a copy of said Bill and notice of this order and that in default thereof, that said Bill be taken as confessed by said non-resident defendant. And it is further ordered that within twenty days after date hereof the said Elaintiff cause a notice of this order to e published in the Charlevoix County Herald, a newspaper printed, publish ed and circulated in said County of Charlevoix and that such publication be continued once in each week for six successive weeks, or that he cause a copy of this order to be served per sonally on said non-resident defendant, at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for his appearance: And it is further ordered that the said Elaintiff cause a copy of this order to e mailed td said defendant at his last known postoffice address, by register ed mail, and a return receipt demand ed at least twenty days before the time herein prescribed Tor the appearance of the defendant. FREDERICK W. MAYNE, Circuit Judge. Dated July 9, 1921. Clink and Williams Attorneys for plaintiff; Business Address: East Jordan, Mich 37 FARMERS! We arc in the market for all kinds of Grain WHEAT RYE BEANS BUCKWHEAT Call, write or telephone for our prices. ARGO MILLING COMPANY 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 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. TRIPLE PACIFIC PLEDGE URGED Lloyd George Would Have U. S. As Part of Japan Pact. London "If the alliance with Japan could be merged Into a greater un derstanding with Japan and the Uni ted States on all the problems of the Pacific, that would be a great event and it would be a guaranty for the peace of the world." Thus spoke Premier Lloyd George before the House of Commons, out lining the work of the recent confer ence on the imperial premiers on the Anglo-Japanese alliance. The premier declared that Great Britain was indebted to Japan for aid dur ing the World War and that recogni tion of the service was proper, and at the same time preserve a spirit of fraternity with the United States. HIS BIRTHDAY THIS MONTH F. E. Daman, Co. F, National Military Home, Kansas, writes: "I have taken Foley's Honey and Tar wiih satisfact ory results. My cough, which was very severe, is now about stopped. My age is 77 the 5th of August." Good for hay fever, asthma, irritating coughs and summer colds. Hite's Drug Store. 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. Frank Phillips Tonsorlal Artist. When in need of anything in my line call in and see me. John H. Albert Chiropractic Physician Postoffice Building Charlevoix 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 8:00 p. m. X-RAY In Office. Dr.F.P.Ramsey k Plivsnmnn nnrl Surcrpnn J Physician and Surgeon. Graduate of College of Physicians and Surgeons of the University ol Illinois. 1 OFFICE E. J. LUMBER CO. BLOCK j , East Jordan. Mich. Phone No. 196. 1 DENTIST Office Honrs: 8:03 to 12:00 a. m. 1:00 to 5:00 p. m. Evenings by Appointment. Office. Second Floor ol Kimball Block. I Dr. O. H. Pray Dentist Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m . And Evenings. Thone No. 223. Head On! Not until after a man loses his head does he realize that two heads are better than one. Cartoons Manilla a, SI.