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Alma Public Schools. OiFer unexcelled advantages to those who desire to pursue their studies either in or beyond the common branches. LIBRARY OF 1400 VOLUMES NEW PHILOSOPHY LABORATORY NEW CHEMISTRY LABORATORY DELIGHTFULLY LIGHT AND AIRY ROOMS SPLENDID GROUNDS THOROUGHLY PREPARED INSTRUCTORS GENIAL PUPILS A REAL SCHOOL HOME. Tuition $1.00 a Month. A scholarship to thepupils passing the best examination at the 8th Grade examinations. When Looking for a Harness GILLMAN'S: LOOK OVER Light and Heavy Harness Fur Robes Plush Robos 5-A Blankets Surcingles Whips The Cheapest Place in tlie Second-Hand Goods, SINGLE HARNESS CARRIAGE ROAD CART HEATING STOVE CHEAP FOR DASH or exchanged for wood. Keep Your Eye on Us. r I am detenuiinul to lvduco my stock and nhall make prices on my entire stock that can not bo competed with. LADIES' GENTS' MISSES' and CHILDREN'S Shoes You cannot afford to buy without soolng mo. In Gents Furnishing Goods I shall lead the trade, whilo Clothing will be Hold regardless of cost and in fact below manufacturer' prices. N. J. B Business Stove for business people is the famous genuine No frills, but efficiency; plain, substantial, and solid comfort in its operation. Why? Uecauseit burns hard coal, soft soal, coke or wood, and saves one-third some say one-half, the fuel, and gives you a continuous lire all day and all night, never goes out just as much heat or as little as you want, perfect control of your lire, all of this guaranteed or your money back. Sec the name on the leg. STOCK OF Wool Face Collars Swoat Collar Pads Curry Combs Brushes Harness Oil Axle Oil Etc., Etc. County to Boy for Cai REPAIRING DONE ROMPTLY. Opposite Hotel Arcada, ROUND DM McOuHoimli. Additional Local. Hand meeting Friday evening at p.m. Kvery member is uigedto be present. A. W. Wright letr.riKd lain St. Paul and Minneapolis Wednesday evening. Nelson Lilly left a in-i-t :n Vnimeu leu's which ia 111 inclie.-i ln and --'J inches in circumierence. Will C. Perkins, c.v-eieik at tlie "Alma," will heieallir Jo.m; hit father's farm ntar this jthu-e. Vermeuk'u's i:t .v bu.;uir mil te open to the public next Monday. iUs Sarah McNrmara vvii! luve UiKiu ol the bazaar. Mrs. Clinton W.od v.a.i called to Ji peer Wednesday, by a irhvram aiuti.i,: that her nullier v a lymn' ..L the pou.i. of d ei'th. Sttvernl mort Iuva"- "i-icia Is.tve been received at the iat i:i;-u r , and u.i is one o! the bu .;e-i i :..ccj m lo:i ;;t present. Miss Minnie Kiiieoii be.:i e.i Kaged as cashier m Voiiu.-u! j;.s gr eeiy store, and wii! f''ia her duties next Monday. llosa MeiiJr,t l , Wt-daesUay, le ceived a colIeeiii:i oi Ionian slumps of different, i.uopaa ;:ai:oi..s tivm ;.n uncle in Jiad.t-lJ.-.uh. The iltetioii of ('lliais el the Pres byterian Cs b., to laie l.iken place last Sunday, h;n b.-cn postponed until the hist Sunday in -January, 1'X. John Lowry, who aas lived for a i';iii; time on a farm a mile ve..i and a mile north of Alma, has moved to Lenawee county, where he has a farm of 1-0 acres," deeded to him by h:s s.ster. P. L. Pollasky owns a farm seven miles west and two and ore -halt miles south of town, en whieh he lias a force of men at work cv.U'::;: timber. i!e will cut from T-i.e'U to 'Ji 'Unto leel ot logs this season, and ahout o'-U cords oi wood. When II. V, Kllison went to his farm after a load of wood Tuesday, he found a notice from "white cai .V ported on a shanty on his plact', which r-.td waie, beware. ' lie is somewhat at .! loss to understand uliy this warnmj should be given him. Hon. C. 11. Mors-:, i-tato Labor Com missioner, was in Almu Wednesday, the guest of Mr. a:.d Mrs. . . .s. 1 urck While heie Mr. Lloise examined the revolts of T. A. Lly, deputy ttate fac tory inspector, and expressed himself as highly gratilied wiii the manner in winch the work has heen done. The last number of Ti.e Medical Fortnightly, published m St. Louis, Mo., contains an aiiicle on Ki;euma tism; its Pathology and Modern Treat ment,' by Dr. L.S. Pettyjohn. Since its publication the doctor ha3 been in receipt of letters iiom physicians hi all parts of the country, complimenting him on the excellence of the article. Mr. and Mrs. Pert Woodward gave a progressive peuro paity Wednesday evening. A very pleasant evening was spent and ten hard fought games were played. An organization was perfect ed and will have a meeting every Wed nesday night, the next bL':i:g with Mr. and Mrs. S. Messenger. 'J hi- company contains l nuj:nbe:s, m illing tiht tables. Clark Hutching, a iedni.-i" resident of Alma, now living in North.Farining ton, Xew Mexio, writes to !n-j Mother here thai en a leCcnl l to iJenycr, Colo., he s:nv the famous Mexican Messiah (?) whose career has created such a furore all over Mexico, and that he doe3 actually cause the lame to walk the blind to see, and ha!s all manner of diseases. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wiight, Dr. and Mrs. Lancashire and Ammi Lancashire, leave in the private car "Alma" next Monday for a trip to Montie.il and Iloston. After a .-hort stay in these two cities the paity will go to Chester, VL, the birthplace o' A W. Wiiglit. Mr. Wriglit visits ids old heme once each year, and .uj ends .some time revis iting the scenes of his boyhood home. Albeit Fdell, who collects cream for the creamery, was a i.adly scared man Tuesday night. When he Waited out in the morning he was given a bag of money with whieh to pay for cream, lie had covered nearly all ef his terri tory, and when he readied SI. Louis his bag of money was i;o::e. Here ported his loss to the cilice here, and was told to start earlv the next morn ing and go over the .Mine r;ute that he had travelled the d-y before. Undid so. and when about i:; nwhs from Alma found tin; bag and its contents where it had fallen from his pocket when he jumped Lorn hh wacon the day before, and this, notwithstanding a good many people ha I pas-ed since he dropped the bag. You Can't Afford to Chanca It A heavy cold mav lead to r.neumouia or consumption. FoYy's ihaiev and Tar taken in tim-j aih.nls jerfe'et se curity from serious result?. oOc. C. L. Ma n an. A Sail Accident. Pay Sias, 1 y ar i ' nu who lived M-vi'ii milr lmriht-a d t' St. J.-cii-. nu t with an a'-cid' iil lat Sundav that t-tt him his life. Ih va(,ni j 'uMtin- rab bits, and while standing a i ol' a stump his pKit vli) (1 mid In- II, ri k -ing cn top tf llif gun which exploded. 1 h' W ;h onlv a sle-i t di !a!ic.- I rnni the house w hen t he a id nt happened, and tl't d to walk, bid had ciilv i'oih- :i sln.it distance w hen to his lioi inr. P.- dUenv. ered his clothing to on lire. His littl- JO-year-old brother, who was with him ran for assistance. It was neeesarv to tear his clothing from his bdv in order to keep him from burning to death. Medical aid was summoned fiim jt. Louis, but then was no hclo for him and lie lived but a short time. How to Prevent a Cold After an exposure, or whr-n .m f-fi a cold coming on, take a dose of Foley's Money ana lar. it never t;n!. ode. C. K. Ma ii an. hXCCIiSOlN T DLTlUii r. IVItUy. Noseml'or l'ali, the Ann .A r!er lOiji- rond will run h epcci.d cai uri n Im Hitruit Ht:I n-turn. leHViny Alma Rt i:.v m. in . arrOe hi D i nut 1 1 n. in. Ket n ni:nr : m.i ( ail men ill leaf L) troil lit 0:I" p. m. l ure lor t ; i roiili'I trip only ii .M. I'ln truai will n.i'he mi btop lietwciMi i)iok-o uinl Detroit. VniJ ought to know that when sulfer 1U lug from anv kidi.ey troai-h? that a safe, hiire icniedy iatl.o Clinic Kid ney Cuie. (tuaitiuti n! or mom y i funded. C i. Maiian. What M 7-1 Ilj f. 1 !-:! won't do for WOMANKIND will. Sold by II. S. Webb and (J K. Malo.n. ViilaKQ Council Alma, .Mich. Oct. ::. i-!i"). Special met tilitf of tlie einriiium council of the illaye ca ihM to orlcr at s; w o'clock r in. 1 v irtue of notice called y truste-K Kelly, (llass uinl Dclavaii. uriuireil el liich notice toetlier with roof oi scrvico of hi i I noticeen eiif Ii ii:t'i!'.t;er of sat! tou.-Kil on tile at ck rk'd ollii'e. Tliero were jirefiit, President Illy and tru-tees Kelly, Montirel. (Jlai;jand Dclavan. Linker und (InrRett alicent. Moved by Trustee (lla.-is and supported ly Ti ustee Dda an that an ordinatK'e known Urdinanee No ;:, o the Villatro of AIiiih, Mich, an ordinance trrantinir permission to the Aim Artor Kailway Co to lay out its road and to construct and operate the Mime upon und across the roads, streets, lane?, alleys innl highways of said village und to r filiate the same, 1)0 put upon its third and tlnal reading. V p i and nay ole resulted ns follows: Vea, trustees Kelly, Glass, Moutiirel and Delavan. Nay none, linker und Ourjett atj-n-ut. Miid Ordinance was then read by the e'eru. Motion made by Trustee Mo::tiuel and sup irrteJ by Trustee (imss that section tour ill lie amended so us to insert the words, all t-ide walks intersected by said road to be rai.-ed or lowered to itKi adyto correspond with vradc of streets as established here under. (Atttr the word accordingly) in the last line, but hve t5Mn paire three l.'ij of said ordinance. Veu and nay vote resulted as IoIIowh: Vea. Kelly, Glass. Ielaau and Montijrel. Nay none, iluker and OarKt tt absent. .Motion made by Trustee Glu.ii and support ed by Trustee .Montivcl that section ! ol said irdmanee be amended so as to insert the word and liuro four (Min place of the word and luu;re three ) in the tlftli .'ah lined pa ire two U' ot ' sai d Ordinance aud the word and :irure three i'lj in place ol the word and li. ure tour !1 in the third Pnc of pae two -j) ot said Ordinance. Veu and nuy vote resulted a-; follows : Vea, trustees Kelly. Montivcl, Glass and Delavan. Nay none, Ilakeran l Garyett ab sent. Motion made by Trustee Kelly and sunpoit cd by Trustee Glass that said Ordinance b" amended so as to insert the words "ut once " in place of the words ten days in the last i.nc ot pajjc four i of said ordinance and insert- j int' the words, "un 1 its written acceptance by i sio I company" after the word pisvurel on pieje 5 of said (Jniinanee. V ea and nay vote t csulted as lollows: Vea, Montivcl. Kelly, Glass and Delavan. N ay none, Ji.iker and Garuett absent. 1 Moved by Trustee Glas- and supported by I Trustee Delavan that said Ordinance be parsed j as amcnd.'d. Vea und nay vote resulted as tollows: Tea, Kelly, Delavan. Montiirol and Glas.s. Nay none, Ilaker ntnl Gnrjrett absent. on motion council adjourned. T. A. Sktii A. Trio;-!, rngllcnt. ("lcri Alma, Mien.. Nov. .", ISO. lieirular meeting ol the common council of the Villave of Alma, Tiiu tollowin' members responded to the roil call, l'res lily and trustees Garrett, Kelly, linker. Glass and Montiirel. Trustee I't lavau absent. The minutes of Hit; res u!ur meetinitr of Oct. --and special meetimr Oct. were rea l and upon motion approved. 1'pon motion the following claims were al lowed aud clerk instructed to Utuv ordet s lor same. 11 It Weston, mat and nrk 1 " II W Ellison, w o and h o. J W Morton, w w o ... O Wilson, w w o W ,J l'adelford, enjr I' Shi pman. niKhtwatch Standard Oil L). jras Fiiernen, It and etr W II In nth, wo W s Turek, plank .1 W Holmes, wo V C l)allrt!, street etnn J Howe, ho M Dallas, h t i' lllluott ho M t; Dallas, ho On motion council ad journed. T. A. Mlv, Skim A. Tt r.r.s, , Pn.-s.il cnL C'ieru 1 Do You Want Work? I f vou ure out cf work we can furni.-h yo'i with information whitli will lead to eteaily cm- ivmcutata rLtnuncrative salary, ihisup-, Plies to both L-entleuien and ladies. None but , those who mtan business t;t td upply. Von, can devote a part orwhole of your time, send I ''.) cents and we will plac e you on the road to ( independence. Address, ; Till: I'thPhTl AL I'lliM'milTY UL, i;--:w Tekonsha, Mu ii No Humbutf Foley's Houkv and Tar does not claim to iierlorm miracles. It does not claim to cure all cases of consumption or i.sthirni. JJut it does claim to j;ive coin fort and relief in advanced stages of tlie.se diseases and to usually cure early stages. It is certainly worth try ing by thoso aillicted nt- threatened with these dread diseases, 'vie. i;. C. Maiian. iSPKClAL, I.OW 1 1 AT MS TO , ATLVNTA MM'OSITION'. tts frcm Alma are us lollows: Ki. irood Pi days f old only on No niit r , .'", lieeeinl.er "i and P'. K'xxl days. .., food untilJanuaiy I'; I Ml D., I i hale every day until liirtticr notice. i. .V N. airent about it. 0 lw Ouo. DkIIaven. O. V. A. Kurnlturo tor Sale. rJ'(i bedsteads, one mattress and springs, one s.in,de mattress and springs, one extension table and one willow rocker. Inquire at this olliee. IlKOIIATM Oitnrni-StaU' of Miehi-.iii. ; I County of (iratiot. ph. At n session ol i he. I'ro'.iate Court lor said eounty, held at the Pto-! Imte oWcc in the illajre of Ithaca on tl.o .'.nd : day of ( clo!er. in the year one thotiMind t iht i iiundr-d and ninety-live. Present, John M. I Mverden, Judie ol rrohatc. In the matter of i the t Ptate ol Alta Moftctt and Myttie Mlarlon, ! minors. On readlna' and tiling the petition, duly voi illed, of Tlitmas J. Mlarton, prayinv that he, as Kuardian ot Raid minors. te KiaiUt d a licence to sell real estate, to pay dents. Thereupon it is ordered, that Monday, the . lHh duy of November next, at Ion o'clock in the forenoon, ho assigned lor the htarimr of : paid petition, and lhat the heirs at-law tf sail 1 U ceaPed, and all other persons Interctted in tiii I estate, are rciuired to appear at n stpsi,n oldaid court, then to lo holdeti in the I'rohun- I Oilice, in the illaire of ltbaca nnd show einnr. if any there lie, uhy the prayer of the pt ti tieiier should not l-e trranted; and it Is l'urth r ordered, that paid petitioner trivo notice to the persons inton ated in iaiI Ftato, of the pend . enry of said petition, and tho liearintr t hereof . by causing a copy of this order to b? published in the A I. MA ItKeoui) a ntspapcr printed ami circulated In said county three r.ueceeshc . wt t ks previous to ald d.iy of beurinr. ( A true copy). .John M. Mm.I'.okn, IsKAI.l. Hl.S-w Jlldi't )l I'lid'Hte. 1 W0CALIST A1AMA eSOLMfeGlii. i.; 9 ."1 i e e:i i ;. FIT?' Wlcn 1 1 io tcmporaturo is in Iho 90s. iti not in j,'roat demand but wo will nil thinking of I'm ! .v.. tcr, i y :;. -. . ; SMITH 7 km is i ! 11 Ijcrau.-st; Mv. Milford said bought one of those el-' ut three pieet; 1 Jed room Suites, and when she ';ot it lionio lu?said it was so nice she put it in tlu; parlor bedroom. I must have one, and thoe Oak, Cobler Seat Rockers are the cheapest I ewr saw; those Chairs in cane and leather are so eheap and everything is marked down for they told nn! they wanted money and would have it if pi iees would bring it. They say they ship goods all over the state, and those Mattresses are in the lel tick and only cost what a shoddy tick will cost elsewhere. Lounges, the finest display in the eounty, and so cheap. Well, many people say that Alma is fast becoming the iirst market in (iratiol county. One beauty in buying Furniture in Alma is the parties are responsible and will do what they say they will." Until after the Holidays this Salt; is 011. The great luivv'n lhec; is the Double Urick Store, Alma. Q We have just received a large new slogk. Kawliidt; Ctmter Team Whips Uawhide Carriage Whips Whaebone Whips Stock Java Whips Ami the best J5c Whip for the money Qa and look them over. r f n c i a l Bargains in Watch lz, clocks etc. All '.r-'iii.'.s new, v;m ranted and at loci-; tio'toi.j -y:i. ii.cp.ur Vork a Specialty, Tt) lied them cull 0:1 M0K8E, the Jeweler Alma Mich. r 1 v;w I'Ui i -3 RESIDENT DEIIT!ST All t!:c Latest Applinnces in Dent is try. s run a li v I , V nocd hont boforo long. Whon TOVES do not fail to look ovor our largo lino of Cooking and Heating Stovos. i GLASS. Alma. Fair Women Fat Clowns Forty Funny Folks all combined, couldn't give you the pleasure we can in selling you Dry (itoJs, Gtocet iet fh u-s ;;. MtJi tines which means good Roods at just as low a price as poor goods sell for. What's Best for Yoii is also a proflt to us, and there fore we have evened the thing up by dividing the proQts with )OU. ;0; ;g': TAYLOR tt 3IEYEU, , Tlie Lending Cer.cral Merchants of Klwell. t' ' T. S -Wi pav thp lil:!,! r,t market ptite for liuttei aiid Kgga. Bo V"