Document 91050

CASS C I T Y
i t o w a r d the door. H a l f w a y he paused
iand t u r n e d ,
"M'seur, I h a v e c o m e to you w i t h a
w a r n i n g . Do not go to Le Pas. Do
n o t go to t h e big r a i l r o a d c a m p on the
~Wekusko. R e t u r n into t h e south. ,perh a p s you will u n d e r s t a n d w h e n I tell
y o u this w a r n i n g is s e n t to you by the
l i t t l e Meleese."
Before H o w l a n d could recover f r o m
,his s u r p r i s e Croisset h a d passed swift:
,ly t h r o u g h t h e door. F o r a long time
h e lay w i t h his eyes closed t r y i n g to
c l e a r for h i m s e l f t h e m y s t e r y of the
p r e c e d i n g night.
T h e one t h o u g h t
w h i c h obsessed him w a s t h a t he had
b e e n duped. His lovely a c q u a i n t a n c e
of t h e p r e c e d i n g e v e n i n g h a d e n s n a r e d
him completely w i t h h e r gentle smile
and h e r w i n s o m e m o u t h , a n d he gritt e d his t e e t h g r i m l y as he reflected
h o w e a s y he h a d been. D e l i b e r a t e l y
she had lured h i m into t h e a m b u s h
w h i c h w o u l d h a v e proved f a t a l for
h i m h a d it not been for J e a n Croisset.
And she w a s not a m u t e ! H e had
heard her voice. W h e n tha~ d e a t h grip
,:was t i g h t e s t a b o u t his t ~ r o a t t h e r e
h a d c o m e to h i m t h a t terrified cry,
"'Men dieu, y o u a r e killing h i m - - k i l l i n g
him!"
His b r e a t h c a m e a little f a s t e r as he
w h i s p e r e d t h e w o r d s to himself. T h e y
a p p e a l e d to h i m n o w w i t h a signific a n c e w h i c h he h a d not ,understood at
first. H e ~was s u r e t h a t in t h a t c r y
there had been real t e r r o r ; almost, he
f a n c i e d , as he lay w i t h his eyes shut
t i g h t t h a t he could still hear the shrill
n o t e of d e s p a i r in t h e voice. I f the
girl had calmly led him into t h e amb u s h w h y in t h e last m o m e n t when
success s e e m e d a b o u t to c r o w n h e r d u ,plicity had s h e cried out in t h a t a g o n y
of terror?
W a s it possible t h a t f a c e a n d eyes
like those could h a v e led h i m into a
death t r a p ? Despite t h e e v i d e n c e of
w h a t h a d h a p p e n e d he f o u n d himself
filled w i t h doubt. A n d yet, a f t e r ali.
she had lied to him, f o r s h e w a s not a
mute.
Vainly as he w a t c h e d a n d w a i t e d he
racked his m l n d t o find s o m e reason
f o r the m u r d e r o u s a t t a c k on himself.
'Who w a s " t h e little Melrose." w h o m
Croisset declared had s e n t t h e warning? So far as he could r e m e m b e r he
had n e v e r k n o w n a person by tha~
name. And y e t the half breed h a d utt e r e d 4t as t h o u g h it would; c a r r y a
vital m e a n i n g to him. " P e r h a p s you
will u n d e r s t a n d , " h e had said.
T h e first l i g h t of t h e d a y w a s falling
,faintly t h r o u g h t h e w i n d o w w h e n foots t e p s o s o u n d e d outside t h e door a g a i n .
:It w a s not Croisset w h o a p p e a r e d thl,~
time, but the p r o p r i e t o r himself, beari n g with him a t r a y on ,which t h e r e
w a s toast a n d a s t e a m i n g pot of coffee.
" B a d . fall you had," he greeted,
d r a w i n g a small table close beside the
b e d . "Good t h i n g Croisset w a s with
you!"
" ' Y e s - - i t - - w a s - - a - - b a d - - f a l L " he replied a t last. looking s h a r p l y a t the
other. " W h e r e is Croisset?"
"Gone. H e left an hour ago with his
dogs.
F u n n y fellow, t h a t Croisset'.
C a m e in y e s t e r d a y f r o m t h e Lac la
R o u g e c o u n t r y a h u n d r e d miles north:
goes b a c k t o d a y . No a p p a r e n t reason
for his coming, n o n e f o r his going" that
I can see."
"Do y o u k n o w a n y t h i n g a b o u t him?"
asked H o w l a n d a little eagerly.
"No. H e c o m e s in a b o u t once or
twice a year."
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Directors.
CHRONICLE,
FRIDAY,
OCTOBER
6, 1911.
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T h e f a r m e r s a r e all busy h a u l i n g
beets, b u t t h e r o a d s a r e in poor conState
T r e a s u r e r S l e e p e r r e c e n t l y d ition.
a s s u m e d c o n t r o l of his 28th b a n k in
B o r n to Mr. a n d Mrs. A l f r e d Fort h e s t a t e w h e n h e took o v e r $14,000 shoe, a boy, T h u r s d a y .
s t o c k in t h e
C o m m e r c i a l Savings
T h e Misses Tillie n a d M a d e l i n e
B a n k of R e e d City. T h e b a l a n c e of G r a p p a r r h a v e r e t u r n e d f r o m Pont h e $25,000 is h e l d b y R e e d City tiac w h e r e t h e y visited t h e i r ~ister.
parties.
i
Mrs. C u r b e y of C a r e visited with
T h e B r o w n City B a n n e r h a s b e e n f r i e n d s h e r e l a s t S u n d a y .
sold by L. H. House, w h o h a s o w n e d
Mrs. F. Bishopp r e t u r n e d to h e r
a n d p u b l i s h e d t h e p a p e r f o r 20
h o m e in B a y City a f t e r spend.ing t h e
y e a r s , to J o h n Cawood of M a r l e t t e ,
s u m m e r h e r e w i t h h m ~ family.
w h o for t h e p a s t t w o y e a r ~ h a s b e e n
Mr. a n d M r s / F r a n k B o s h a l e y res u p e r i n t e n d e n t of t h e B r o w n City
schools.
Mr. Cawod t a k e s posses- t u r n e d f r o m a visit in Detroit.
sior~ of t h e p r o p e r t y N~v. 1.
L. B. A l d r i c h , w h o lives j u s t s o u t h
of t o w n , is e x h i b i t i n g
soIne e x t r a
fine h o m e g r o w n s w e e t potatoes.
They are the only sweet potatoes
we k n o w of t h a t w e r e e v e r g r o w n
h e r e and Mr. A l d r i c h h a s h a d excellent luck with them. They are what
is known
as the Yellow, Jersey variety, and Mr. Aldrich harvested about
seven bushels of them.
Next year
he expects to raise quite an extenaive c r o p . - - S e b e w a i n g Blade.
The dancing p a r t y at t h e new
hall in A s h m o r e w a s a success. All
report a fine time.
i
Deford 1terns
Some r a i n y w e a t h e r .
Miss P h e b e R o y visited h e r father here over Sunday.
J. S t r i f f l e r w a s a b u s i n e s s c a l l e r
in o u r c o m m u n i t y F r i d a y :
AVIATION
Miss Della V i n c e n t v i s i t e d w i t h
Mary Sargent a few days last week.
A l a r g e c r o w d was in a t t e n d a n c e
a t c h u r c h S u n d a y e v e n i n g t o ]~isten
to our n e w m i n i s t e r , Rev. G. H e r r e n .
Mr. a n d Mrs. J. W. MeCain h a v e
g o n e to H a r t f o r d , Mich., t o s p e n d
t h e w i n t e r w~th t h e f o r m e r ' s brother.
Forsaken
buzz machines
may
be
seen anywhere
on the side of the
highway.
Time has th~ same effect
on them as on the Maccabees.
One of t h ~ Ladies in " T h e L i t t l e
J. H. HAYS, M. D.,
Homestead
Will Wear This
Physician and
Surgeon.
Office
U n u s u a l Dress.
days: W e d n e s d a y s , 10 a. m. to 3 p.
m. S a t u r d a y s , 1 to 5 p. m.
With
the invention
of the aeroDR. M. M. - W I C K W A R E ,
plane a n d ,the subsequent
determinPhysician "and
Surgeon.
Offiue ation of the gentler sex td share the
over
Wright's Grocery.
Residence
of areial exploration,
dame
t w o blocks s o u t h of Cootes' hard- honors
confronted
by the dew a r e s t o r e on S e e g e r s t r e e t ,
east' fashion was
aide. Special a t t e n t i o n paid to mid- mand
for a costume
suitabl~ for the
w i f e r y a n d d i s e a s e s of w o m e n .
new
recreation.
This was no easy
task, in view
of the great deparDR. A. N. T R E A D G O L D ,
ture such a style must deviate from
Office a n d r e s i d e n c e on S e e g e r St. the conventional
dress.
But it has
Office on g r o u n d floor of building
a c r o s s f r o m Hospital.
Special c a r e been most appropriately designed by
and
Company
of
Paris,
g i v e n to d i s e a s e s of
w~omen and Bernard
c h i l d r e n . City phone.
France.
And
for t he
benefit
of
aerial aspirants we submit the folDENTISTRY.
lowing description in the exact words
!. A~ Fritz, Resident Dentist.
Office o v e r E. R y a n ' s d r u g store. of the designers:
W e solicit y o u r p a t r o n a g e w h e n in
Pantaloon
model
with button-over
n e e d of d e n t a l w o r k .
front, adjustable for walking or flying;
designed
with
double-breasted
P. A. Schenck, D. D. S.
Dentist.
blouse and snug-fitting military colG r a d u a t e U n i v e r s i t y of Michigan. lar, set off with wide patent leather
Office h o u r s 7:30 a. m. to 12 m. and belt; full sleeves and tailored yoke;
1:30 to 5:30 p. m. Office in F r i t z
body silk lined.
The material is an
Block, Cass City, Michigan.
extra quality vicuna cloth in a rich
H. P. LEE, Undertaker
~node shade,; beautifully trimmed
with
and Funeral
Director,
Cass
City, half round silver buttons.
The head
Mich. Calls a n s w e r e d d a y or n i g h t . covering is of leather and is skull
P h o n e No. 15. Mrs. H. P. Lee, Lifitting, with chin strap and open ear
c e n s e No. 1351.
shields, linec~ with serge and cloth.
A. J. Knapp, Funeral Director
The style was initiated in actual
and
Licensed
Embalmer.
Mrs. flight by Mlle. Moisant, sister of the
K n a p p , L a d y A s s i s t a n t w~th L i c e n s e .
N i g h t a n d d a y calls recei~;e p r o m p t famous aviator who lost hi~ life i~ a
flight at New
Orleans, and has been
attention. Both phones.
adopted
by
alI womer~
aerialist~
throughout
Europe.
One
of~ these
H o w ' s This?
W e o f f e r One H u n d r e d Dollars Re- unusual
costumes
will be worn
in
w a r d for a n y c a s e of C a t a r r h t h a t t~e
play
"The
Little Homestead"
c a n n o t b e c u r e d by H a l l ' s C a t a r r h
Cure. F . J . C h e n e y ~ &: Co., Toledo, O. which comes to the opera house at
We
,the u n d e r s i g n e d , h a v e k n o w n Cass City Oct. 12.
F. J . C h e n e y f o r t h e l a s t 15 y e a r s ,
a n d believe h i m p e r f e c t l y h o n o r a b l e
in all b u s i n e s s t r a n s a c t i o n s , a n d fiGRATITUDE.
n a n c i a l l y able to c a r r y out a n y oblig a t i o n s m a d e by his firm. W a l d i n g ,
Gratitude is the fairest blossom
K i n n a n & M a r v i n , W h o l e s a l e Drugthat springs from the soul, and the
gists, Toledo, O.
heart of man k n o w e t h none so fraH a l l ' s C a t a r r h Cure is t a k e n internally acting directly upon the
grant,, while its opponent, ingratib l o o d a n d m u c o u s s u r f a c e s of t h e
tude, is a d e a d l y w e e d , not only
system.
Testimonials
sent
free.
poisonous in itself, but impregnating
Price, 75c p e r bottle.
Sold b y all
the very atmosphere i n which it
Druggists.
g r o w s with fetid vapors.
T a k e H a l l ' s F a m i l y . Pills for constipation.
~./:-.
Whose
HER
UP.
d i s t a n c e slipped a n d fell. T h e old m a n
r u s h e d along, raised her up and, lifting his hat, offered to assist her in a n y
way. M e a n w h i l e his wife, following
on and w i t n e s s i n g his devotion to the
s t r a n g e lady, shook her fist a t him.
" t t ' s all right, dear," he whispered,
"All right: Here's a s t r a n g e w o m a n
hurts her toe and you go te'tring along
and s m o t h e r her with kindness. When
I fell down the stairs last week you
laughed and wan~ed to know if I was
t r a i n i n g for a circus."
Charles Lamb's Grace.
On one occasion w h e n E d m u n d
Clarence S t e d m a n was visiting in
New E n g l a n d he w a s called upon by
the head of the house w h i l e a t d i n n e r
to invoke the divine blessing. "I w a s
r a t h e r surprised and for half a minute sorely tempted," said Mr. Stedman in relating t h e incident. " T h e n i
rose to the occasion a n d a s k e d a g r a c e
whivh 1 r e m e m b e r e d . "
"But, Mr.
Stedman." demanded a young woman
,~f lhe party eagerly. "to w h a t w e r e you
sorely tempted': . . . . To do as Charles
Lamb did
u n d e r similar circumstan(.es,'" "'And t h a t w a s ? . . . . He looked about the board a n d a s k e d in surprise, 'ls t h e r e no c l e r g y m a n present?"
q'he host shriek his head. T h e n L a m b
prayed. "Vet this and all o t h e r metvies, O Lord, m a k e us t r u l y thankt'ul !' "
His Precautien,
When Amos J. C u m m i n g s w a s a
m e m b e r of the house of representatives he w e n t on a h u n t i n g expedition
with his friend, Captain H o w a r d F.
Kennedy. One day w h e n t h e y w e r e
r a t h e r h u n g r y they a p p r o a c h e d a
f a r m h o u s e , the door o f which w a s
wide open. but no m e m b e r of the family was at home. A big bulldog welcomed t h e m kindly, and Captain Kennedy s t a r t e d up the stairs leading to
the porti('o when the dog quit wagging his tail. showed his t e e t h a n d
growled ominously C u m m i n s stepped
, u t s i d e vhe gate a n d called, "'Go
~l~ead. ~]oward. and i f he bites you
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Starred Tortoise.
The I n , a n s t a r r e d tOrtoise h a s yellow s t a r l i k e m a r k i n g s all over i t s
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Shook.
Molly--You say you shook all over
w h e n you proposed to her?
ChoIly--Yes, I did.
Molly--And h o w about t h e girl?
Cholly--Oh, She only shook h e r head.
, - L 6 n d o n Modern Society.~
No More Romance,
"Oh, for a d r i n k f r o m tim old o a k e n
bucket:" e x c l a i m e d t h e early s u m m e r
boarder. " W h e r e is it?"
" T h e old oaken bucket w a s insani*
t a r y , " replied t h e f a r m e r . " W e h a v e
supplied individual d r i n k i n g cups ins t e a d . ' - - P i t t s b u r g Post.
Who Goverr, s England?
Who governs E n g l a n d ? C o l o n i a l
optnion d o m i n a t e s in politics, American millionaires are all p o w e r f u l in t h e
country, A m e r i c a n w o m e n lead "society," A m e r i c a n j o u r n a l i s t s guide t h e
public, F r e n c h d r e s s m a k e r s set t h e
fashions, f o r e i g n p a i n t e r s and musicians d i r e c t our taste, A m e r i c a n prices
rule the financial m a r k e t , F r e n c h c h e f s
dictate w h a t we shall eat a n d Ameri'can collectors fix the v a l u e of our a r t
treasures.
It appears that between
t h e m t h e y h a v e v e r y effectually t a k e n
3ohn Bull by t h e h o r n s . - - L o n d o n T r u t h .
_Fads for Wea Women
Nine-tenths of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or disease of the organs distinctly feminine. Such sickness can be eured--ls cured
every day by
Dr. Pierre's Favorite Prescription
I t M a & e s W e a & W o m e n ~tro~!~,
,Sick Wome~
Well.
It ~ets directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restorative tonic for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privacy
of home. It makes h n n e c e s s a ~ the disagreeable questioning, examinations and
local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, a n d so abhorrent to
every modest w o m a n .
We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of
those peculiar affections incident to women, but those
wanting full information as to their symptoms and
means of positive cure are referred to the People's Common Sense Medical Adviser--1008 pages, newly revised
and up-to-date Edition, sent free on receipt of 21 onecent stamps to cover cost of mailing only; or, in cloth
binding for 31 stamps.
Address Dr. R. V , Pierce, Buffalo, N . Y .
On the town line between
Kingston
and
Novesta
situated on the
northwest
corner of section 2, there
a: schoolhouse stands
where
preaching has been heard for. the pasg five
years,
twice
monthly.
First,
the
Christian minister of Central Novesta administered
to the people. Next,
the M. E. spiritual advise~ of Deford
fed them.
The work of callfl~g the
preachers
to this point has been
done by the good women
of the locality, the men merely "chipping in"
to settle the accounts when
the Ladies' Aid w e r e s h o r t of funds. B u t
n o w t h a t a single m a n h a s b e e n Sent
to Deford, let t h e y o u t h f u l m a i d e n s
of t h e t o w n line s e c u r e his l a b o r at
t h e cross r o a d s and t h e o l d e r h e a d s
will droop in t h e i r " m i t e " as cheerfully as in d a y s of y o r e .
............ ~
Fault
I f Y O U n e e d a n e w b u i l d i n g , for g o o d n e s s s a k e don't, p u t i t
off. I t ' s a lot c h e a p e r to go a h e a d a n d g e t t h i n g s i n s h a p e r i g h t
n o w . L e t us q u o t e y o u on tile m a t e r i a l .
W e h e a r t h a t W e l l s t o w n s h i p will
furnish the wintergreen berries and
W i l m o t t h e pickles i n v i t i n g in t h e
populace 'round about for lunch when
the I-landy train toots the first wkistle at the lattm" bm-g.
RAISED
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W h e n e v e r we see t h e " S h e r i f f ' s S a l e " sign go u p a n d a m a n
a n d h i s f a m i l y t u r n e d o u t of t h e i r h o m e , w e a l w a y s w o n d e r , " w h o s e
f a u l t is i t ? " I n n i n e cases o u t of t e n you'll find i t d u e t o t h e m a n ' s
carelessness. Y o u ' l l find e x p e n s i v e m a c h i n e r y t h a t is, p r o b a b l y ,
n o t all p a i d for, s t a n d i n g o u t in t h e field; his s t o c k p o o r l y h o u s e d
and e v e r y t h i n g a b o u t t h e place i n d i c a t i n g slipshod methods.
"Somebody
blundered."
Canadian
a n d U n i t e d S t a t e s f a r m e r s b o t h dec l a r e d t h e y would be r u i n e d a t t h e i r
individual d o o r af r e c i p r o c i t y c a r r i e d .
COSTUME.
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Miss E d n a H a c k visited l a s t w e e k
w i t h h e r sister, Mrs. E. Cooper.
Miss P e a r l N u t t is t h r o u g h w i t h
Mrs. W511 F o a m i e r , Mrs. A. Roche l a u a n d Mrs. U. R o c h e l a u v i s i t e d t h e h o u s e h o l d d u t i e s a t D. C r e e p ' s
and will be e m p l o y e d a t t h e H o t e l
friends n e a r Care last week.
D a u g h e r t y in t h e n e a r f u t u r e .
Miss N f n a
Boshaley
is w o r k i n g
f o r Mfrs. A. F o r s h e e .
J. B. H f c k i e h a s a n e w driver.
Miss K a t i e Bepp r e t u l m e d to h e r
A
gents are more than plenty.
h o m e h e r e a f t e r w o r k i n g f o r some
t i m e in O w e n d a l e .
Mrs. H o w a r d R e t h e r f o r d is improvQuite a n u m b e r a t t e n d e d t h e musi- ing.
cal e n t e r t a i n m e n t a t K a r r C r o s s i n g
T h e t o w n line s u f f e r s w i t h h e a v y
T h e village of U b l y is g o i n g after' S a t u r d a y e v e n i n g .
loads.
the " d r u n k s " hard.
A village ordiBert Longeway spent Sunday with
Sugar
beet
harvest
h a s ' comn a n c e has b e e n p a s s e d w h e r e b y a f r i e n d s h e r e .
menced.
d r u n k or d i s o r d e r i y m a y be f i n e d
" C u p e " s e a s o n is over f o r this
up to $75 a n d costs of p r o s e c u t i o n ,
His Lest Opportunity,
year.
o r jailed u p to 90 d a y s or both. A
An h ' i s h m a n once d r e a m e d t h a t he
S u g a r up in G b e c a u s e ~t c a n ' t
s e c t i o n of t h e s a m e o r d i n a n c e or- was visiting the late Queen Victoria.
c
o
m e in free.
d e r s t h e m a r s h a l to a r r e s t all s u c h
"'Will you h a v e a drinkT" the queen
" j o y - h u n t e r s " a n d if t h e y a r e too said to him.
T h e fraane of M c C r a c k e n Bros.'
"I will,'" said the l r i s h m a n - - " a drop n e w h o u s e is up.
d r u n k to s t a n d trial, tq jail t h e m
until t h e y a r e s o b e r e n o u g h to go o f Irish, av coorse, lint by preference.
L a d i e s Aid m e t a t J. Soles' on
your majesty."
t h r o u g h t h e ordeal.
T h u r s d a y , Sept. 28.
So
the
queen
put
on
the
kettle,
but
F. W. H u b b a r d & Co. b r o k e t h e
M a t e r i a l is b e i n g p l a c e d on t h e
when the w'trer boiled the noise a w o k e
g r o u n d T u e s d a y for t h e e r e c t i o n of
the d r e a m e r . " H o l y St. Patrick!" said g r o u n d for t h e n e w plant.
a m o d e r n b a n k building in E l k t o n . he. "I'll t a k e it cold next time."
B e a n s a r e b a d l y i n j u r e d but t h e
It ~ i l l b e of s t o n e a n d brick, 32x
p i c k e r s will b e b e n e f i t t e d .
65 feet, b a s e m e n t and t w o stories.
Just Wrath.
Cement walk from H a c k ' s hotel
C. L. CoWels of Saginaw
is the arT h e y were an elderly couple. The
chitect, and has planned
one of the old man looked as though he might door t o C r e e p ' s b r i c k store.
prettiest banking
houses in the en- have been a g a y boy in his time. and
P r o p r i e t o r of t h e t o w n hall r a k e s
the old lady was prim. grim and in t h e c a s h f r o m l a r g e a n d s m a l l
tire
Thumb
territory.
The upper
story will be fitted up especially as w a t c h f u l . T h e y were strolling along
Our mail c a r r i e r will be out in
a
Masonic
temple,
for the local the a v e n u e when a y o u n g lady a t some
two w e e k s m o r e if no d r a w b a c k ocmembers
of that
order who have
curs.
applied for a cha#cer.
When
comHe's an "Irish Bye"
from Tallypleted, Cashier Rogers
and his able
~nore that furnishes the kids with
staff will have a mighty
fine busidancing galore.
ness home.~Elkton
Review.
The
Vassar
Farmers'
Elevator
Company,
which has been in process
of promotion
here during the past
few weeks, was formally organized at
a meeting
of the stockholderse held
at the opera h'ouse last Saturday,
by the election of oficers.
The new
company
is capitalized at $35,000,
nearly all of the stcok of which has
been subscribed for by farmers living in this immediate
Vicinity. The
corporation is g very strong one, and
includes many of our most prominent
and influential farmers.
It is possible the
new
colnpany may take
over the elevator plant and storehouses
of the Vassar
Hay
& Produce Co., although this is a matter
to be determined
later. At any rate
they will be in the field and
in
readiness to handle
business by the
t i m e c r o p s a r e r e a d y for m a r k e t . ~
Vassa#, P i o n e e r .
J,,;IC1
1 ll
"'Silver Plate that Wears
_
MAKE
as m u c h as y o u m a y , w h e n you g e t
old y o u h a v e n o t h i n g u n l e s s y o u save.
Did y o u e v e r n o t i c e h o w
~OUR
Since 1847, t h e y e a r R o g e r s Bros. originated electro-silver
plating, silverware b e a r i n g t h e t r a d e m a r k "184..._7ROGER$ BROS."
has b e e n r e n o w n e d for quality, w e a r a b i l i t y and b e a u t y .
d e b t s g r o w if y o u let t h e m alone?
S a v i n g s g r o w t h e s a m e w a y . If y o u
h a d p u t a w a y five c e n t s a d a y for
t h e p a s t 21 y e a r s h o w m u c h
1847 ROGERSBI0S.
~ONE~
do y o u s u p p o s e you, w o u l d h a v e n o w ?
O v e r $500, c o u n t i n g t h e i n t e r e s t added e v e r y J a n u a r y a n d July. Y o u r
m o n e y b e g i n s to
s t a m p e d on forks, spoons and f a n c y serving pieces is a
gu;irantee of heaviest plating, p e r f e c t w o r k m a n s h i p and
exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service. A n y
article of s i l v e r w a r e m a r k e d " 184_.._7 ROGERS BROS." m a y be
s e l e c t e d w i t h o u t f u r t h e r investigation.
Sold b y l e a d i n g dealers e v e r y w h e r e . Send for c a t a l o g u e
"C-I," s h o w i n g all patterns.
MERIDER BRITARNIA CO., Mer]den, Conn.*
(International Silver Co., Successor.)
WO ~K
t h e f i r s t of t h e n e x t m o n t h a f t e r y o u
d e p o s i t it.
A b a n k a c c o u n t is as
good as a n i n s u r a n c e policy. B e t t e r
than some.
you can't always get your money
on
a policy when
you need it. If the
shop shuts down,
if the folks get
sick, if you want to buy a home, if
you want to take a vacation, there's
nothing like a good bank account.
N O W IS T H E
TIME.
PLACE,
HERE
IS T H E
AND
The
THE
Cry
I s for good b r e a d . Y o u c a n g e t i t as well as o t h e r b a k e d
goods f r o m t h e n e w a n d m o d e r n p l a n t of t h e A. C. }[eid ]3aki n g Co. of S a g i n a w . • T h e p o p u l a r b r a n d s of
:
:
F|@OLA~ A ~ ~ERT LOAF
HOL~UMp A 10 CENT LOAF
~OU
ARE
Family
PERSON.
A r e received fresh e v e r y m o r n i n g by
Deford Bank
:
B.F.
of A. Frutchey & Sons
BeaRelmaan
and Mellon~s
Fruit
and Candy
Store
• T r y this bread and test its virtue.
~. ~:RUTCflEY, Cashier
it. W. YOUNO, Ass't Cashier
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