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! THE TRUE NORTHERNER. rt'BLIfcHEl BY T . 4 E TRUE NORTHERNER PUBLISHING COMPANY. EMrred inthi rfif' a l'aw raw- Mirl'i:an as jfcond cLis mill -nitu r -. . -----'-'- -- " Largest Circulation in the County KUIIM'UII'TION 81c Motitl.H 3 Month Single CopW' Kibbie 'phone. 1 it ,vr In vano. .( Ji"opal Corrjmenj'. " Wmatkvh: may bo thought of Judge Grant's individual views in some direc tions it must be conceded by all that his appeal for the better enforcement of law, and his declaration that "one of the great dangers to the republic is lawlessness nnd disregard of law," is deserving of attention and respect. As a member of the supreme court of the state, as well as a student and intelligent observer of passing movements and tendencies, Judge Grant is qualified as few men are to give warning where warning is needed and to urge action in directions that should not be neglected. Reverence for law as the religion of the nation is the statement of an ideal that will owe its clearest conception and best advocacy to Michigan and its people, ns is true of some other of our nation's most health ful sentiments. CorNTK v merchants, through failure to prcperly put their wares before the public by judicious advertising, are partly to blame for the business that is done by mail order houses in a vicinity, for the way in which the mail order house gets its business is by a judicious ue of printer's ink. This alone will not do it unle-s the elTort is directed in the most approved and modern form, anil even then it remains a fact that there is too little local patriotism extant, and too little spirit to help and be helped, among the people of every community. In small communities like this about all there is to keep the wheels of huiueH machinery oiled and going i the mutual aid given by the members cf the com munity to each other, an exchange of patronage advantageous to all. The person who does not help in this way has absolutely no right to kick upon the town or its prospects; in fact the interests of the town have a right to kick upon them and turn them down at every turn. Exchange. Fire Curtain Comes Down. At Daly's theater, London, on the Eight of July 11, the hydraulic power that controls the asbestos curtain pave out and the curtain slowly but inexorably descended a few minutes after the performance had begun. After half an hour of unavailing at tempts to raise the curtain the peo ple In the theater were dismissed and their entrance monev was refunded. The Fine Art of Being Popular. Notice carefully and you will find that the man you like to talk with lest always talks with you about your tffalrs and not about his own. Somer ville Journal. Lost Kerr. A Boston man by the name of Kerr went out on a spree a week apo and has not been heard of since. Maybe the dog-catcher got him. Denver Tost. . Too Smart for Card Sharpers. English card sharpers are In a. bad Tray. One of them remarks as to three-card niontc: . "Even the sol diers are getting too smart for us." "Codfish Cheese." "Codfifh cheese" is the name given to a canned preparation of fresh cod, now put up in Newfoundland. It Is used for hash or fish cakes. French Writer a Hard Worker. Elisee Reclus was a great worker. Every year he turned out a volume of his "CSeographie Universelle" from his studio at Geneva. Great Peach-Growing State. Georgia has held the lead In the production of peaches for the .Eastern market since 19u2. She has over 7, CCO'f'O trees. French Judicial Etiquette. French Judges and Judicial officials are forbidden by the etiquette of their profession to ride in an omnibus. Aquatic Birds in Majority. Aquatic birds are more numerous than land birds. Real Estate Transfers. John Widderwnlt to t) M Vaughn"; lot n e cor .'11 Covert; c-'l(K). Kate M S ('oatesto Henry Loomis; p"! n w l4 11 South Haven; 7"0. L H Gillett to ( A f Virlseu and w; s .v 4 n w 4 'Jl Geneva; ?1,U"U. H J Ufty to Jacob Muth; s w 4 s e Mi) Covert I- :) c'l. Mary Vaiighaii to S 1) Kenuey; pel see 11 Covert; ?-). A M Drown to Jerome Rockwell; s s w li n w li -S Columbia; 1. J I) Rockwell to Jerome Rockwell; same as lat auove; rid. Sarah 1). Graham to Daniel Cordner: lot ."I blk J lX I) add Decatur: tiO,li. W D Walrath to K F Primlle: s n w 4 and pt s w 4' ne 4 'J'.) Antwerp;? 1. Kdw Taylor to C H Dradley and w; lot city South Haven; ?1. United States to Marvin Hannahs; n w 4 .'; Covert. United States to 11 H Comstock; n w fractional se I; Lawrence. United States to Justin Smith; n . s e 4 'J; IJIooiningilale. Anna Hulbert to Clyde Dassett; lot blk 6 Raw Raw; iroOO. Clyde Dassett to 1 W Hulbert and w; lot ." blk S Raw l'aw; ,".00. Andrew Hringleson to S V Davis; n w 4 s w i s e . Dangor; :."0. Amanda Barnard to Mattie Wassman et al; lot vi 11 Lawrence; ?'1IjO. L K Woodman to J J Woodman; s w s e 4 25 Waverly; C H Dradley to Edw Taylor and w; lot sec 11 South Haven; 1. Sarah Kinnison to Lovina J Brother ton; pel secIT DIoomingdale; $300. K E Rouse to F C Stapleton and w; w J lot 7 blk 7 Decatur; f 1. J Eckenberger to RUa M Eckenberger; und ?2 w ?8 n e H Decatur: 51. Ella M Eckenberger to J Eckenberger and v; same as last above; $1. I W Rroctor to Wru Culver and w; lot S blk 8 Raw Raw; $ 1,7(0. Hannah Say to Mary Warner; w 12 lot 4 blkii Rhelphs' add Lawrence; ?.'V0. Olive F Rogers to C W Van Tassell and w: lot 7 blk IVl Raw Raw; 8 1 -00. Marcus Eachron to Henry Holt and w; s .l n w i4 n w )i 10 Antwerp: 1100. Lottie E Mitchell to (J W Lyle; pt e .2 n e tl j. !!.' DIoomingdale; lJ."i. Lewis Deebe to R E Shaver and w; n 41 a e 100 a s e .'12 1'orter; df-JiOO. CM Monroe toStella J Doardman; und V; pel n e J4 15 Covert; 52,000. O W Lee to R R Sherman and w; lot city South Haven; .'150. II T Herron to F S Rowers: pt s e '4 s e 4 25 DIoomingdale; 500. G W Kioieto R L Stockwell; lot 4 blk 5 Kime's add Hartford: 10. W L Dihop to J Wilkinson et al; 1 a s e i4 14 Raw Raw: $10. H A Tho nas to H Dilley; n 10 a e 50 a n J s e ?4 12 Geneva; 125 Reduces Public Debt. With the most atiffac lory revenue for hftt en yo?-s, the New South WaV.'s government will he enabled to reduce the puNie debt by ,t:3iutou0 and the floating debt by .ClOn.UOO, while retaining a substantial sum. Patchouli Plant. The patchouli plant is a native of India and China, where it is quite common. It is also grown success fully in Ceylon, Paraguay and the French possesions of La Reunion. The leaves and branches possess a musk like perfume and upon distillation fur nish the essence of patchouli. It re sembles the sage plant in height and form, but its leaves are less fleshy. Geese and Featb-r Beds. The plains of Hungary are web adapted for the raising of geese, and travelers in that country are often en tertained by seeing, from passing trains, great flocks of geese feeding In the fields and watched by gooseherds. &o many feathers are yielded by these geese that four "bed feather markets" are held annually at Budapest and at each market from 6n0.0o0 to "oo.uOO rounds of bed feathers are placed od sale. Vengeance Is Quick. Prof. Sutterlin writes in the Frank furter Zeitung that it is dangerous to bring complaint against a Naples coachman for cruelty to animals; he knows of an Englishman who did so, and was found dead next day in a nar row street with a dagger wound in his heart. Took No Chances. "I can't stop ter talk now," said HUllil pit ill mm- iuv unit u. cane, an I wlne ter see 'bout takln out insurance on it. Kaze you know, a earthquake rrdsrht happen ter come 'long en swallcr ll'" Atlanta Consti tution. Use for Candle Ends. Sorr.o one has discovered a really practical u?o fcr rnndle ends that are too short to buiu well and that seem fit for nothing c i pt the trash basket They will be found very useful In kind ling fires, as they burn with a steady flame, for a few minutes at least, until the kindling and wood would have time to become well ignited. Women Study Labor Cortdlticrr. The Countess of Warwick, who hr s done po much toward gaining ! '"it' r conditions for women in the industri-! life of England, has just pent to New York twenty-flvc delegates from the Women Workers' League of (Jr.: Britain and Ireland, for the purpose of studying labor conditions in this country, io far as they roncern iromen THAT BOY OF YOURS Wouldn't it fte a good thing to teach him the right use of monv? What better way than to give him money to open a bank a. -county If you only give the boy money to spend, what wonder if he turns out a spend thrift? , ' Give him some to save and put in bank, so as to teach him 'avir.g by practice. This bank will be glad to have the boy's account. THE PAW PAW SAVINGS BANK. l'AW PAW, MICH. A Card. This is to certify that all druggists are authorized t refund our money if Foley's honey' and tar fails to cure your cough or cold. It stops the cough, heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold. Cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption. Contains no opiates. The genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Martin & Showerman. m Use Seaweed for Food. Japanese have many curious recipes for cooking seavved, which, with fern, is almost a staple article of diet In China, Japan and the Asiatic archi relapo. A number of species of tvn--weed are eaten. Some are soaked, others are dried. Many of the Japa nese and Chinese sauces are made from seaweed under the name of -asa-kusa-nori," one variety Is put m in neat tin boxes and largely sold It the Toklo markets. Don't be Imposed Upon. Foley k Co., Chicago, originated honey and tar as a throat and lung remedy, and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley's honey and tar many imitations are otTered for the genuine. These worthless imitations have similar sounding names. Beware of them. Ihe genuine Foley's honey and tar is in a yellow package. Ask for it and refuse any substitute. It is the best remedy for coughs and colds. Martin A: Show erman. ' Forecasting a Journey. In India astrology and a belief in I fate are still forces which influence j humanity to an Incredible degree, j When the intending traveler leaves his house and gets into the yard, he should measure the length of his shad- ow with his feet. He must then multi- ply the number It gives him by three, i add eleven, and divide the total by 1 eight. If one remains his journey i promises to be good. Other remain ders, other omens. Stops itching instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives, herpes, scabies Doan's Ointment. At any drug store. .1, Lines of bms' clothes are as as falling leaves in autumn. liut bow to pick the line for you-thafs the pivot of the whole boys' clothes question. Kd- erheimer-Stein's clothes are said to be the finest young men's clothing in the world. Sold by bhowerman Liros. at u. per cent discount on all suits and over coats. Wouldn't Play Second Fiddle. Here is a story a Kansas Irishman tells on hash. n Irishman who ar rived in this country only a few days before, was offered some hash. He refused it. "Let them that chewed it, eat it," he said Kansas City Journal. Electric Furnaces Expensive. According to the Scientific Ameri can, the cost of running an electric furnace capable of producing the ex traordinary heat of r.('00 degrees is 80 cents a minute, $4S an hour, or about $500 a day. Old Specimens of Grille-Work. In Winchester cathedral (Kng:.) there is a door composed of fenir pieces of iron grille-work which have the distinction of being the oldest specimens of their kind in Britain. Female Monkey Did Housework. A female chimpanzee once went out to service at Loango, Italy, and made the beds, swept the house and assist ed in the kitchen by peeding the pota toes and turning the spit. mmmmmmmrowwmf 1 m I L' OGfU. AND BUSINSSS .NOTICES Schedule of Tenrlier llxrtininalloin. litOl'.), Octclier l'aw Paw Oration at Laying cf Corner Stone cf liuuktr Hill Monument V i-l' st or. Otiire ttays every Saturday. Office in cuth-we?t corner, tirst floor cf court house. Ttlej'hone at office and residence. tf K. A. ASM 1INL. Co. Ccm'r of Schools. I'urnrtep rtiid Moe Wood for .lr. Leave orders at Pugsley S: Allen's store or with John Reed. Wood deliver ed. D. M. Ali en. It Wanted Twenty tons clover hay, baled and de livered in cars, Inquire at this oflice. tf For Old Line Insurance Companies of farm and city property apply to K. E Downing, Paw Paw, Mich. di:niists. W. C. Y. I'1:kGLsc)N', 1). I), s. Ollico in Locgwell Dlockr Kibbie 'phone. O. i:. I-rtiijilieiir, I. I). S., Oflice over Shoesmith's store, and bridge work a specialty, 'phono. Crown Kibbie Ir. V. V. 'rpiiter, liiitlr. Rxtracting a specialty. l!'.-.'iO the Cha se block, corner Main and Rosa stree ts, Kalamazoo. Take elevator. Dr. Van I'okmmi DentUt. Office at residence. Children's teeth a specialty. I'NDKKTAKEKS. K. A . Shoesmith, residence 57 Pine St., just west of Presbyterian church. 54tf Thompson Furniture Co. Furniture and Undertaking. Night calls answered, corner St. Joseph and LaGravests.: Kibbie 'phone 23C5 LAWYERS. Lincoln II. Tltim. Attorney at Law. Savings Bank Build ing. Paw Paw, Michigan. W. J. llarnarU. Attorney at law. Office opposite court house, Raw Paw. Itr n.j.t mlii I'. IIM-Urt, Attorney and counselor it I t v. Spji a attention given to probate bu-iness. Of fice in Maonic building, Raw Paw. tf .. Lynn ! La wyer. over Tyler's store, Paw Office Paw- Michigan. Ditvlil Amlrr i. " Warner. ANDKI'eN .V WUiNLi:. Attorneys at lw. OT.ce oversavings Rank. Paw Paw. Mich. KdM'iie Itrtxiglitnn, M. I). Office over Cumings store. tf Raw Paw, Mich. It. I. Chappfll, Graduate optician. Res promptly fitted and warranted satisfactory. At G. E, ' ChappelTs jewelry store, Paw Paw. tf AnctfmWf paw Mjch Service9 ahvays ,.atig. , factory. Terms reasonable. , iiraln Hiitl. II. S. Stevens of Paw Paw is in the market for all kinds of grains.' Will pay the highest market price. ( lair C. llMrrlfton Teacher of piano and oruan, elementary and advanced. Studio 2S N. Kalamazoo St. .'Jmo. reunion. Having recently been admitted to practice before the department of the interior, I tshall hold myself in readiness to transact any business before the de partment that may be intrusted to me. Especial attention will be given to pen sion claims, ontfl O.W.Rowland. The Wolverine Nursery. A complete line of guaranteed stock at moderate prices. (I. E. Prater, Jr:., Prop., Paw Paw. Mich. If you have no place to hang your har ness, if your fence rows are not clean, if you have no broom in your barn, or if you do not wish a loan, do not apply to R. E.Jknnim.s, Loan Agent. Itje Wanted, Highest market price for rye at Almer.a mills. K. II. Miner, tf Almena. Tor le. One second hand 12 II. P. traction engine tf Lincoln II. Titus. I : f If you want a second hand heating stove see Waters, they have about -0 that thev want : to sell quick. J : Iletween Paw Paw and Lawton, a black goat robe with plush lining. Finder leave at Dyckman house or Robinson's livery barn and receive reward, tl F. A. Rouinson. Order your fruit trees now and plant them in the fall. The reliable nursery man. 2t- ' C. II. Mosif.r. Klflr Ir For canning.' Good fruit. You won't need to throw away half your fruit if you order from C. II. Moeier. Leave or ders at my house. 2t t sell you something better for less money? O U U C II A K G K : For Drafts for sums of $io or less, 5c. Over 3 10 and not exceeding $50, loc Over 50 and not exceeding $100, 15c These prices are about half those charged for money orders. Whv not buy draft? TRY TIIKM! TIig First National Bank of Paw Paw. Raw Raw, Mich. 19 lbs. Granulated Sugar for $1 . 25 lb. Bag Granulated Sugar For $1.38. Round Steak 10 Bulk Oysters BUT A FEW FRUIT JARS LEFT AT: Pints 45c per dozen Quarts 55c per dozen 2 Quart Jar 70c dozen . J. In Buying Monuments Remember there is as great a difference in quality as there is in woods, for durability. I handle none but the highest grade money will buy. I employ no agents, and can save you one-fourth in price below agent's prices. I keep Monu ments on hand for your inspection; then there can be no deception; you know then whether vou like it or not. I. A. WHITMAN, Paw Paw. Mich. w A Card to the Ladies AS a promoter of THK SHOH KKAUT IFUL I have placed the Dorothy Dodd Shoes on sale in every city from the Atlantic to the Pacific. I ahvays give the sale of them to the leading shoeman of the town. 11. 1U. iJvoitflhtou is my sole Agent in Paw Paw. A large shipment has been made him. They arc on the road, an endless variety of styles, embracing shoes for every need and for every type of feet. I '11 give you further par ticulars next week and send you my style book soon. Yours truly, Cents per Pound. WARNER. Mav be the smcerest form of rJattery, but it will not do in TEA GROCERIES. We aim to keep none but the Good, Honest Brands of Goods, and solicit your trade E. G. BUTLER & CO. Postofflce Block.