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" For ruo years I suffered ter
riMy from dyspepsia, with great
depression, and wasalwavs feeling
roorlv. I then tried Aver s Sarsa
Barilla, and in one week I was a
new man." -John McDonald,
Don't forget that it's
that will make you strong
and hopeful. Don't waste
your time and money by
trying some other kind.
Use the old, tested, tried,
and true Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. ?'(". hottle. s!i drnerists.
Af; vur ukm r I tt If ll i. its of Ayer's
srMiltnia. Ba kuws it thtj itreiid
. .1 t .1,1 nedt i " and
wt will bs satltl ' . . ,
.! t a van v : oli Mass,
COMMON LAW MARRIAGE,
AFTER NICKEL MINES.
MRS ALPMEUS DAVIS CLAIMS ALLOW
ANCE UNDER IT
Testimony wa taken Friday last "n
hearinp of .testimony f"r allowance
to widow f Alpheus Davit, Case
wa.se Dteated, A. II ROSS, Of Kvart.
ajpeared f r the estate and Searl .V:
Monfurt and McCall Bros appeared
for the widow. The contest was oyei
the etrality of the mania,!-. A era
u.i'U law marriage was claimed. Case
adjonrned tu October u. Saturday a
petition was tiled by Marcus I'uliaskv
for administrator of mother's estate.
Hearing was set for ictober 19
Monday. Girdle Krider was ap
pointed administratrix of the estate
of her father, Calvin C. Krider.
Tuesday was the tirst day of hear
ing claims In estate of Mr. Snow.
Wednesday was the last day of hear
intf claims in estate of C?lestia Stout-cnbury.
' Cieefite Mae We Rye on Lake 8u
prlr Pf partial
fiaaJt Bta Maji Mch.. Bept. 21
Frances H Clerge suj the party of
capitalists A. H Harvey, A. Wilson
and T. Tulloch, ail of London, Kna;land
j who have been In the Boo looking
over the plant of the Consolidated
Lake Superior company, have left as
' auddenly as they came, and it has been
ascertained that Clerge contemplates
' accompanying these gentlemen back
to England, going by the way of New
Persistent inquiry from a hundred
different noureen has finally resulted
' In the running 0 earth of the fire
which caused all the smoke of the last
j two daya. and shows that the rejK.it
of Clergue's intention to scorn- at
: least a part of the properties of the
Consolidated are well founded
A short time ago Clergue himself ap
proached a man in the So who owns
nickel properties In the SudOury di
trict. in the vicinity of the (Jcrtrude
i mine, and asked for an option. Mat
ing at the time that he hoped to a
cure control of the Ferro nickel re
I duction works, recently completed, and
of the copper nickel works run In con
nection with the former
In these industries Clergue from the
, first looked to on English market for
the sale of the product, and has fre
quently eipressed the opinion that
English capital should be Interested
In the industry, which bears big re
turns He has also many times 1
pressed a nmilar opinion regarding
the tube works, the machinery of
which has been in the Soo for over a
year, although no move has been made
for the building of a plant.
It is also known that Clergue ha
had for some time past a considerable
Dumber of men at work in the Bud
t.urr district exploring the properties
there with the idea of locating what
would be desirable purchases He also
offered a salary of $6.o00 per year to
the chief metallurgist of th Consol
idated liftke Superior company for his
Chas. M. Huggttt, 28, Alma:
ROM . I'tter. 1", Arcade.
Herbert Shaull, 25, North Star:
Florence Smith. 18, same.
Milton Willis, 23, North Star:
Ethel Turner, 22. same.
Fred Bennett, Is. Obio;
Hazel S. Sintit, 16, Emerson.
Cbauncey W. Qtphart, 2;, Fremont
Ohio: Nellie W. Mooney. 20, Hamilton.
THEY FIND FAULT
President Taken to Task by Chi
cago Federation of Labor.
SEND HIM LETTER OP ADVICE
Disclaim Any Wish to Attack Him.
Blame For Hig Attitude Being
Placed on Certain Onea of His Advisors.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Furnished by Register A. H Lowry-
f Brows to B. Bttitoa, pt loi tic.
Sup. piat, ltbaca f
P C. Scarl to school district Whi,
Wilton, pt mw. t: l. Washington
Tboa Hunt to Fmria M. Relchard, lots
B Art. blk 3. Ithara
1 tris sorter to Kl;u H.odir.c. pt. i,e
Of se 17. Afada
I Bma M. RsiChard SO Iti r 1 We Us. lo 4
blk. 5. ithaes
T Blair 0 M. Dpttf laa lots B I 1". blk
r. Palmer add. Kirn Hall
a Pettit to Nelson Hoover A w, . :
and B, blk 4. Manner
ioviia (iidfiings to c. H. LaAaniboF, lots
ID St. lUls
Levi Leonard to Mary J, Leonard, own
of nwv sac i. Pina Itiver
Fva L, Harm-N to '. M Itr-iwn. pt lot :
blk J. Ithaca
.inn. McCollnn to W, Hopkins, sVi of as
m c- in. Lafajratte
a s. Rangi to Berl Woodward, ;:md In
A L Dererauj to T. It. Wiles, m of
nw v B, Rmersofl ...
T. Travel to A, L. Devaraas i land
a bert Smith to Bert Smtta, pi awkj oi
as i. Rmerson
Many Turks Reported Killed.
Oonatn n tlnopln, s-pt l'l' Aceordlng
to fugitives who have arrived ai Rila
from Iijouraal. a serious ennaKeirifnt
hap OCOnrtd at Perln, near Mein.k
alxty-flv ntilasj from Salonica, in
which the Turks are nai) t ha
BOO men killed, lneludinn two colonial
Most of tho village? in the district of
Melnik are in the hands of the insurg
ents. Many of the villages are in
It is reported hre that f.oO Turk
have been killed with dynamite while
fiphtlne: aealQFt a tdy of insuigaflts
In the Krnna defile
Licensed Herself to Marry.
Muskegon. Mich . Sept. 22. Miss
flarah Orims of this t it y had little
difficulty In securing a marriage li
cense Sh had only her own consent
to gain, and as such it was her duty to
laaue the coveted document. This she
did, thus t,-iiig perhaps the only ap
plicant who has ver had her petition
acted upon by herself
Hia Life Saved by Chamberiam't
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
"H. L. Ily r, a well known cooper of
this town, sa.va he lielieves Chamber
iain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrlma
Remedy MtH his life last summer. i!fl
had been sick for a month with what
the doctors all bilious dysentery, and
on Id get nothing to do him any good
until he tried this remedy. It gave
him immediate relief." gays B. T. Lit
tie. merchant, Hancock. Md. For sale
bv I'.iv ( ns & Rondos,
Chicago. Sept 1 President Roo?
elt Sunday was voted by in Chicago
Federation of lAbor a S.OOO-word lei
ter of advice. In which fault is found
with the president's attitude on the
question of open shops The letter was
prompted by the decision of President
Roosevelt in the Miller cast . in which
the president said that Mi til r or other
men must not be dlaebe fared from the
government printing offlcs on toe lint
of tioi, mem I ersbip n a union,
"Delieiottfly unaware i the by
poor is y of world of finance." "hones!
ar.d ! umsne, bi t unit formed wen
some of i la o '. describe
th . t r. tl.e ll U lei :er of the
n; ( n . hi p c I,,, itta
- . t! , :. ; tu . ra ha ( btsiBcd a
iefluiti ill , .: i i r-f any wisp to at
.'i '.i' Rco i ; i I he tl;;c e fcf the
:bief ejeei livw's attitude m the Miller
r beii.M placed on ";i coteris of
Weil-known Interefts which are coo
iitsntl) on Board around the White
it . ' The president was told 'hat
be fell into error in bis rton of the
question "because i tiiat impetuosity
for which WC love you " A copy of the
Communication Will forwarded to
Oyster Hay at one lindCf date of Lt
bor day. Sept 7
Tlie reading of the letter before the
Federation meeting Sunday occupied
over an hour and excited applause
from the crowd of delegates
President Ignores the Threats.
Washington. I). C, Sept. 21 Presi
dant Roosevelt has acknowledged the
receipt of the set of unfriendly and
defiant resolutions adopted by the
Washington 'entraJ Labor union in a
formal letter addressed to the secre
.ary of that organisation Word comes
from Oyster Bay, which is in line with
the belief that was generally eMei
talned here before, that the president
will not vouchsafe any other answer
to the resolutions antagonistic to his
administration. The chief executive
believes that the best thing to do
under the circumstances will he to
Ignore the whole proceeding To take
cognizance of it by defending himself
would be beneath the dignity of the
Soda Fountain Blew Up.
Battle CrOtk, Mirh . Sept. 22 The
explosion of a soda fountain at QofBM
lake pavilion tore a big hole In the
floor and terribly Injured Fred Haltr,
its operator BaKs'l body was lac,
ate4 by flying metal and BO waa picked
COULDNT HOLD IT
Property of Consolidated Lake Su
perior Co. Goes to Creditors.
ALL MEANS TO RETAIN IT FAIL
Downfall of Concern Laid at Door
of Competition Speyer A Company
Will Sell Collateral Pledges at
New York. Bl pi 22 The directors
of the Consolidated Lake Buperioi
company, after a I WO hours' posting
Monday, govt up the Sttempl to Bni
some plan tor faxing tdt properties of
the company which are in the bands
of Speyer Ac Co as collateral for the
loan of 16,060,000 made bj the bank
log houie to the company some time
ag. and announced that the stock
holders of the componj are enl rel)
it the mercy of the bookini Brm
which 411 sell out the stock and bonds
of the operating companies in the
Consolidated Lake Superior Oompaojf
at any time tbOJ set fit
With the announcement of this de
clsion came also a prncticsl SCknow
edgement that they believed that their
plans for financing tl; CompSOy to a
eound position had been blocked at
every point by the great financial in
terests that are behind rival Steel com
panies in the t'nitfd States
Vice Presldeut K. H Sanbern said:
"Nothing has been done because there
was nothing that could be done We
did not onme here to consider any plan
that had been formulated We came
here to try to find one and we did not
No feasible plan was presented The
directors ran do nothing The whole
situation Is now In the hands of Speyer
A Co The directors can only wait
and see what Spever & Co ill do."
Charles H Tweed, representing the
Speyer synd-tcate. referring to the ac
tlon of the directors of the Consoll
dated lAke Superior company, said-
"We have been very lenient with the
company We will probably foreclose
the loan, selling the collsteral pledges
with us at auction The syndicate will
aeek reimbursement for Its outlay"
A suggestion that the syndicate
might take over the company and run
It pending a reorganization was not
seriously entertained by Mr Tweed.
AN ITALIAN KILLED.
Employes on New York Electric Road
Stirred Up a Blot.
Cooperstown. N Y . Sept 21 A riot
by Italian laborers on the Oneonta
Cooperstown it Richfield Springs trol
ley road Monday resulted 1n the death
of one Italian and the wounding of
General Manager Tllton and a deputy
Th Italians are quartered in aban
ties a little below the power houee at
Hartwick Sunday night they built an
obstruction on the track The first car
started south Monday was halted A
telephone, message to Oneonta brought
several deputies When they set about
removing the obstruction the Italians
attacked there, firing platols and
throwing stones. Mr. Tllton waa hit
on the right temple with a stone and
his face was badly rut A deputy
sheriff received a bullet In the side
and was also gashed with a stone
Deputies and employes of the road
returned The fire of the Italians and
one laborer was killed The rest wr
then quelled and traffic on the road
was resume,) Seven of the rioters
were arrested The trouble grew out
of the fact that there is due the Ital
lans a month s wages
Younger Alleged an Embezxler.
Nevada Mo. Sept 22 A charge of
embezzlement of $f.000 has been made
against Cole Younger, the former
bandit, by ihe management of a Wild
West show, with which Frank James
and Younger hare been associated
since shortly after Younger's pardon
from the Minnesota penitentiary
where he waa serving a life sentence
.lames and Yonnger had prevlouslv
brought action for damae against
the management because as they ai
leg the show proprietor failed to
equip the aggregation according to
Jumped From a Bridge.
Manlstlque, Mich . Sept 22 Will
1am Martin, a woodsman, was re
leased from jail Monday, after being
confined for drunkenness, and made
hia way immediately to the brMgl
crossing the river, from which he
Jumped Into the stream below and was
drowned He thought somebody was
1 he Pleasure of Eating
Persons suffering from indigestion,
dyspepsia or other stomach trouble will
tmd that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat snd makes the stomach
sweet This remedy is a never failing
cure for indigestion and dyspepsia and
all complaints affecting the glands or
membranes of the stomach or digestive
tract. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure evetything you eat tastes good,
and everv bit of the nutriment thst
your food contains is assimilated and
appropriated by the blood snd tissues.
Sold by Charles Rhodes.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LaxatI Ve orOmO Quinine Tablets. vL
Seven MBBon boirs cold In past 1 2 months. Thfc tifrnaf rr v9- JO
In Two Days.
THE PERFECT WAY.
Scores of Alma Citizens Have Learned
If you suffer from backache,
There is only one way to cure it.
The pifit way is to cure the kid
neys. A bad ba k means glck kidneys.
Neglt it. urinary troubles follow.
Doaft'l Kidnej i'llls are made for
i- Idikeyi only.
Are endorsed l Alma people.
wt K.m Decker, living comer Con
t r and Lincoln tfeetS, says: 'Kvei
Sloes the Civil War. caused by a rail
road aocldent while on duty, I hav.
had considerable troubls w ith my ba K
and kidneys. Often I had pain in my
loins and was so lame 1 could hardly
get about to attend to my work. To
add to my misery there was a sorj
annoying and distressing urinary dif
Acuity, the kidney secretions acting
mm h tOO frequent at times, and at
others painful retention existed. I took
a lot of medicines of different kinds,
some Of which were no good and oth
SI I only gave me temporary relief
This last summer when I saw Doan'l
Kidney Pills advertised and so highly
recommended tor such ailments I nt
over to Hivins k Rhodes' drug store
for a box. 1 thought if they did not
do me any good they probably
wouldn't do me any harm. I began
the treatment and found them a won
derfttl remedy. The result derived
from their use has been very satisfac
tory. i take pleasure in recommend
ing Doan's Kidney Pills. I have also
used Doan's Ointment for Itchiness
of the skin and found it very benefi
For sale by all dealers. Price, M
COBtS. Poster Mil burn Co., Buffalo. N.
V., sole agents for the United States'
Remember the name Doan's--and
take no substitute.
HIS HEAD CUT OFF.
Orand Raplda Soldier rioy Decapitated
Under Car Wheels.
Grand Rapida, Mich . ept. 21. John
Delater Sad his head cut off and John
Mannl wa fatally injured Sunday
afternoon by an accident on Bridge
atreet bridge. Roth were members of
company It, Second Regiment, Michi
gan National Guard, and were return
Ing rffStfi rifle practice at Berlin, riding
en car No. 16 of the Muskegon Inter
nrban line, a combination baggage and
The soldiers were sit'ing on the
right hand side of the car in the door
way of the baggage apartment, swing
ing their feet, when the car run onto
the bridge Delater was suddenly
jerked from the doorway and thrown
beneath the wheels of the car. In
falling he clutched at the clothing of
hia companion. Mannl. and partially
dragged him from the car.
Manni sustained a compound frac
ture of the right knee and horrible
laceration of the left leg
IVlater. when Mannl had been res
rued, fell to the roadway of the bridge
His body was caught by the third rail
shoe of the car and for nearly 100 feet
was dragged along between the coach
and the side of the bridge. Then his
body passed beneath the wheels of
the car and the head was severed
from the trunk The accident was
caused bv Delater s feet catching in
the ironwork of the bridge.
WITH THE CORPORATIONS.
New Concernt Which Filed Articlea
During Past Week.
Lansing. Mich . Sept 11 The fol
lowing corporations fled articles of as
sociation with the secretary of slate
during the past we. k Paul Krause
Clothing Co., Saginaw. SlO.OOO; Oak
land Manufacturing Co., Pontine $10.
oob. Hoffman (train Door Co Battle
Creek. $ 150.0X10: West Michigan Chem
ical Co., Oraml Rapids, $4,000; Oeorge
s. Smith nature Co. Orand Rapids
116.000; ChamborlalmHydor Manufac
turing Co., Hudson. 186,000; Kline
Norrts Co., Hillsdale. $40.o00; Milwau
kee Klevator Co . Orand Rapids and
Chicago. ISO ,000; Detroit Slipper &
Si CO., Detroit, $6,000; Gordon Vine.
par Co. Pontiao. $10,000; Drummond
Island Lumber Co . Saginaw, $L'5.000;
Wuuel Mineral Water Co . Saginaw
$6,000. W Millard Palmer Co. Grand
Raulds f 80.000. PetOSkey Lumber Co..
Potoskey $oooo: Bhannhan vrievaror
Co. Lambs. $6,000; Detroit School of
lettering. Detroit, $5 000; T'nifed
States Horse Radish Co Saginaw
$10 000 Lincoln Milling Co. Ltd. Lin
coin. fSOOu. St Clair ?Er is Carp Co.
Ltd. Detroit. $.1 000; Rogers. Sinclaii
& Co Ltd. Homer. $.1,000; King Tab
let Co. Ltd. Kalamazoo. $10,000.
Non capitalized Corporations -First
Church of Christ. Scientist. Oxford;
Erangelical Lutheran St Johns Con
gregational church. Dundee
Killed on Railroad Crosalng.
Blissfleld. Mich. Sept. 21 Nelson
Day. a farmer 81 years of age. re-siding
a mile north Of the village, drove
to the village Saturday night accom
panied by Mrs Fred Swlngham. an
elderly neighbor lady, aged 70 years
Driving into West Blissfleld at the
DaWld Carpenter crossing of the Lake
Shore ra:lrad they did not eo the ap
proaching fast mall The buggy was
caught at the rear wheel and was
completely demolished Mrs Swine
ham was thrown over the fence ami
killed instantly Her companion suf
Perec! h broken shoulder and it Is
feared was Injured Internally.
Distress After Eating Cured.
Judge "W. T. Holland i of GreensburK,
Lt . who i well snd Isvorably known,
ssys: "Two vears ago I suffered gieatly
ironi indigestion. After eating. Kr"t
distress would invsribly result, lasting
for an hour or so and mv nights were
restless. I concluded to try Kodol
I 'yapOpsis Cure and it eured me entire
ly Now any sleep is refreshing ami
rrgestion perfect " Sold by Charles
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF
Leng aea Veyape. The steamship
Teias sailed ffom Taroma. Wash., for
Delaware Breakwater direct, oa the
longest trip for a ateamshlp ever at
tempted without stops The distance
Is 1.1,000 miles Captain Morrison
hopes to make it In fifty days
Iron Worke Burn. The Hammond
Iron works one of the largest Indus
irlea in Warren Pa , was totally de
stroyed bv fire Monday, entailing a
loss of $7T 000 and throwing 200 men
ut of employment The origin Of the
fire is not known but sugge-t;ons of
Incendiarism are freelv made
Duke Buys a Castle. TbS DttkS 1 f
Man'b lei who married In LuiO H 1
ena. dstighter of Eugene Zimmerman
of Cincinnati, .. baa purchased for
$115. (imp Kvb trr.ore e.istle and estate
compr.sinp 13,000 acres at Connomnm
Ireland. The castle is one of the
noblest and mot romantically situ
ited residences' In Ireland
Starved to Death. Albert Hammock
a while boy, aged 14 years, lies desd
in nfonteon ery, Ala. a victim of starv
at'o-i Young Hammock wn- employed
at the cor dag fl works tl.e shutting
dowii if (.ic) deprived many famil
ies of a livelihood Sorely 11 the boy
wa.s removed from his impoverished
home to the city infirmary but too lata
to have his life
A Miraculous Escape.
Menominee Mich. Sept 1:2.
Knocked from the track by a swiftl
moving passenger 'rain as she wnu
gleefully waving her hands at the on
coming steel monster, a little three
year-old baby girl escaped uninjured
Saturday afternoon The ad .dent hap
pened at Hoffl Spur, a few miles
north of Wausaukee. on the Chicago
Mil staukee & St Faul road, and ihe
story Is told by the trainmen who ar
rived in this city on the train The
nme of the child could not be learned
Earthquake In i noli.
Olney, III. Sept 22 - -Residents of
this city and Vicinity were much dis
turbed Monday afternoon by an earth
quake shock The seismic movement
was accompanied by heavy rumbling
the action deeming to travel from the
south to the north and continuing sev
Niles Entertslned Big Crewd.
Nile, Mich . Sept 21 - Six thousand
Indiana people came to Niles Sunday
over the South Bend-Niles Interurban
railway. Such a crowd was never be
ffre seen on the streets of Niles on s
Sunday, snd the inhabitants are of fha
opinion that the new electric line li
going to be a good thing for the tow n
We, the undersigned . oo hereby agree
to refund the money on a 50.oent bottle
of lireen'a Warranted Syrup of Tarif it
fails to cure your cough or cold. We
also guarantee a 26-cent bottle to prove
satisfactory or money refunded
ShahkakiV MULHOLLAXD, Alma.
Biviss & RHODBS, Alma.
Fkrd Hi oson, Riverdale
requires physical and mental
ability of a high degree to
withstand its hard labors. The
high tension to which the
nervous system is constantly
subjected, has a depressing ef
fect, and soon headache, back
ache, neuralgia, rheumatism,
sciatica, etc., develop in severe
form. Such was the case of
Mail Carrier S. F. Sweinhart,
of Huntsville, Ala., he sajs:
"An attack of pnrumonia reft me
with muscular rheumatism, beads he,
and pains that krrmrd tu be all over
me. I was Manelv able to move for
abost a month when 1 nfi .n d tu give
and Nerve Plasters s trial. In three
days I was again on my route and in
two weeks I was tree from pa.ua sad
gaining in flesh and strength.
Sold by all Druaatsts.
Mdea Vfo , Co., Elkhart, In.
The safest way is the
best way. I tie surest
way to have good
bread is to make it of
A good bread baker can
do well with any good
flour, but she can do
better with Ceresota.
w b the flour you are
now using. Money
back if you are not
Made In Minneapolis
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For Sal b, " e FolUwln Merchants
w l bnarnloo bfn . I N Baser H w I
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No. 11 p in. N" i s iu
No. 3-h:4f p m. Re 4 : p. m
leeajing Cera becweea Prank fori nn Am
cm Ho t-S, aad Free Caalr Oars oa n 1-4.
J. J. KIRBT, A BULLOCK,
Oeti. I'hr- Art Agei '
Tukfio Ohio A ms
Grand Trunk R'y System.
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lerwn 1 Ity 10 tt pm.
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all trains eseent Sus4Bf,
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JUNE 21st. 1903
Is respoislblc fr tkotsssds ol otntos
Tbc dcbilitv hfflcs with Ictllsfikst
SMtSJag 1 err iblc Is shout to bsppco
Tsc s cosic the wasting el the muscle,
(tie decay ol Ihe hrsin. iadiSStioo sod
The eves nod checks hriome saokrr
4 fcsrlul s the effect ol ofistes sed
Cicrsses arc. they ess he lured.
fsrcl fsll to aiercone thin loodinoo.
People ho hd c xisidcrtd their casts
topelos. arc io-J otmat sod loll ol all
the eh' ittl oaalltles which ssske sses
sad wosarn hpr - ir.d sli thro' the cura
tive raln ol this rcoirs
Voar mowty hack it It fslls-hot II
flti ri.i. h t-oi. U for I" Cturaotrd.
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Sold by "HAFtKAH RMUlsl LLAN A ma m99m.
TAAlNS LCAVC ALMA AS roc.OWWS
Pwr Dttrott and Reel. ,iei a. m 1 ftp m
For (4rsnd KapMl. nnd W rsl I H a , kS 1:11 p
Kor Sajflnsw and Hht ( itjr MM S M, P:?7p. m.
For Bis Hapldf nrid North ItH a. m 6:1.' p m
w f MoEu.rs. Ren'l Psss'r Aaeet
Oi A. BULLOCK, Arnt. AIoih
'or (4rand River Ave. and Griswo'd '
FUies S-' 00 1 , r l)ay. First class in every psrnco
'08TAL A VoHKY Proprietor
Do nt Be Foolcdi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Mode only by Madison Medl
cine wo., mecusofi, It
kecna (MI mrll. Our tr
nark cut on each iwlun.
"rice, jts cents. Nerer SoM
In bulk. Accept tie aubstAs
lens. Ask uui driAfjUdSV