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April ! II. Wood took charge of a funeralat 17 t lou Home, Clinton county Sam may. About i.t'A was taken in at the su gar si eial at .John Seaver's, Thursday even i i g. A. (iihhs ami I.. M. Nicks took din ner at 11. II. Suider's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 15. A. Hicks have re turned home. Mrs. l'rico an 1 daughter attended the funeral of Mis (J. (Jardner. at, I'n ion Home. Sat u relay. I). K. Harms i ugain able to he at work in Seaver's store. N. Collar's family who have Wen sick, are improving ( !. I Man's little baby is very ick. W .. . f : 1 . II i , i 'u. .mikcm'ji. wiuio reniov lng a ran of boiling maple syrup, slipped and fell inl( it on his side, and was very badly burned. Dr. Hall N earing for him. ELWELL -Anrll !. The D.dlnnmt . ,im.rly lt W. ARCADA. April ;. The many friends of Mrs. Kd Medler were pained to hear of her death, w hieh occurred at her home in Alma Sunday morning. She leaves a husband and two sons, one a babe one week old. Mr. and Mrs. Medler were 1'ormerly residents of this neighbor hood and the smpathy of the com munity is extendi-. I to the bereaved family. Mrs. John Murphy entertained her brother, KusM n Haelton, of Macomb county. Iat week. Mr. and Mrs. Win. llevi i ly are ex pected boine soi in. They went to Den ver, Colorado, last, June, for the bene fit of Mrs Heverly's health. Tom Terrell has moved to Wheeler. The house vacated by him is occupied by Alton Clum. who is working for T. (Irani. Kugetie Taylor has gun,, ri Omertoj live. His family will leave in a short ! time. Miss McDonnell is t( aching' the! spring term of school. j entertained the people of Klwell four nights at the K.l). T. M. hull, and on Saturday evening a lady's gold watch and a diamond ring were gium tu the most popular Jady and gentleman (leu. Dick secured the ring and lna Sweet the watch. Truman Cams able to be out again - warm sugar social was given by me ladies ol the M. II. church, at I'ugsley's hall, on Saturday evening, April 7, for the benelit of Hen Wik-y. Mrs. Francis Uuriis, of st. Loui (Ireat Lady Commander of L. U. T. M., gave a school of instruction at tin K. (. T. M. hail Saturday, which was appreciated by all present, doe Sweet and (ieo. Delmont madi a business trip to Sumner one day KM week. ( n tin; w ,1V Iioiin' f 1 1 v in nl,' a call at Kiverdale. Through some misuriderstanc!in between the par ties at the livery bam the team was retained and Sweet and Delmont counted the ties from KivcrdaL- to Klwell. Win. Vansickle and family have moved to Karryton, Mecosta county, (ieo. Fink lias moved onto the Hil- siner place, in north Klwell. (I. A Keller, of standisb. formerly of this pl ic spent a few days la.t week with his daughter, Mrs. Seel.v Anisltury. Tims W. Carter of Ashboro. N. C., hand kidney trouble and one bottle ol Foley's Kidnev Cure effected a tu rn-el XIIV.. ...1 1. .. t. . . . 1 . i.n.. .tun ut- s.t s mere is no oilier lein edy that will compare with it. Accept no substitute. Mn.rrar ,V Mulholland. ITHACA. M'Mille SivhS K t.'ik'lng IN-tl i,e;it at Mt. CJetin ih Mrs Frank Miliar w n tillruil It "pidsTues lay, ulu-'. IK. , ,s V) ,.,m ,j i position. Mrs (' IJ..I.I,, u,k u , , h Lllst of .rr li.-phew, '. (', More, Monday . no.g. Fied Say I. s w t, u,. fr m ) i I ..... 1 I 4 V . Milts Ileith .as u,i i Tuesday. I'1 " is 1 .11 1 Ke, ' I I Mil Itnl, l- is t i The Thorn Comes Forth I'U-s - Mb In Mai i.r i k 1 1 M r lvo. ri i lil' e' n th. is S 1 i I 1 i ' t t id-, i his daiik'biei. w o Mis IS 11. Saw. If. is pioti.ltlr ill put up i lb e old 1 .' K' III I i i i. C II. Cii is,. u s a i iic.ioi I Tuesdav, it. at feti'l.Hic a! a to of tic sj v.-r Wol 1 ills mill. Aitoiir pi y ii. 1 1 hae i st r. et r. 1 1 1 1 1 m a t bed was tin- be. ever ma 1" ll v. .In,, s 1 ale c. ot -M Oil t w n; v eoaiioi i I "f. (' X Is ll em- I fill !! I, , 'ill' eh. v b. M.ll se ' u:- ! ( in : W. t b i f V I I: u le lieu r in liis y ,,i '",,, t III Vest Ii, (" r inks, o' W i !: !- M. a- 'jo With Point Forward.'9 The thorn point of disease is an ache or pain. But the blood is the feeder of the whole body. Purify it with Hood's Sarsaparilta. Kidneys, liwr and stomach will at dnce it .-pond ? No thorn in this point. ElOOCf Poisoning " The win a he tu. :W o it t!n- hr;e-s s!nll recti veil in Wound at S;m .luan Hill Ivvn weeks lnf..rp. th.it it woul.l li.ivc .(.isnii.(J ,,ie if it h.ni not In-. n f,.r my pure M I. I o.M him it was II I s S irs i.;it-;:ia that ni.-eh-it pure." (ii.oiti.i-: I'. e..ii i u. ... a, I'.tn i', s. Inf., Washint.in I'. irnn ks. Wa-hin-ion, I). ('. ' Rheuniatism "Mvi an i a fri.n.i Ix.th .s.m, i, . 1 1 1 mi .,,.M- attacks of rhcii-luati-in. ilun.rs sarsajiariKa ciircil l.wtli. We v.ul,I not I,,, witln.ut it." Wm. U. Iari ii. (, I. Mii.ml St.. fall Kivt-r. Ma. ll.v.1 oi.lv . FULTON CENTER. 1-itN 1.(1 1 Willi II. nun Irnt it and .I' s.ii i.ia! ii i i ' V h .l-i ! I ' M I a i ' 1 f i ' i FOREST HILL. r. April in-l-Mtrar Si.is at tt tided the funeral of his father. John Sias, at St. Louis. i;it Friday. Mrs. Herbert Hayes. ,,f Alma, vis Ited at the le. me of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I.auer, over Sunday, returning: ho ne Monday. IJorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Wilke, a son. April s. Kid. r Hooper and family i tijo;,eda visit from t 1 1 1 i r- son lat week. Thete will be an Faster concert at the church next Sund iy evtuitjc . Li.ie noysjt).:ton is visiting friends div oi bi t r !.... p. M oi der.ee i Mr. Miss Win. fb c a spl. Mr f lb Mr. .1 we- t r I 1'Mt d Mr, (.'rant W i r. Amp- !: .m. : II I tea lev o! p. -'ii. er. t f i ; rrlid b-t'int t. J. A. Mors-. ,,f V I. t 1 If ol'1 c.uls IlkM Wl'dflro Wli n tl-.in-s ate "the best" they be--fie "'.lie h. st selling." Abrabatn ' ' . ' b 1'Im dni-ist. of belleville, ' :t'-s; "i:!. i-tric Hitters are the - M-ihti- bif,e:s I have b.andled ill 20 ai Y. -i: ku-i-, wliy? Most diseases -'a in ilentib i - of stouiach. liver, 'lm-s. !,,,A,!s, J.luod and neiVS. ctiic P.itt' rs t'Mies up the stomach, vu'a'cs het. kidneys and bowels, ni'-.s tin !.!....!, tn l-'thens thf ' v ' hi iii e i multitudes of ma'i s i( !, nibls e.o the entire sutc lift- aiel vior into anv wef !l '. a u :.i i m n w oviaii . I'f t v Mulholla", 1. April u. The sjirim.' term of sch'.o commences today. A law suit by proxy at the school house in.'Acad tif debate next Saturday cveniiu'j Mrs. Vm. Harlow, who was very sick last week, is b.-tter. John 1L-iidricksou has moved onto a farm in I 'ni. n Home. Mr. Sessions lias moved onto the farm aain. Mrs. ( beiison. of St. Joht.s, is visit Intf at Jackson Fei-di irtl's and (Jeoryc Croin's. L. II wlow has hired out to (leore Stead for the season. Dan Keich aid, who was seriously ill last week, is much better, Henry Collett and family enter tained Mr. Illakesly and Mrs. Mc Nauhton, sister arid niece of Mrs. Collett, f;;.n ,rlli Shade, one day last week. Ait Stead, who has been confined to 1'ie house several weeks with ihcuma- tlsm,, s much better. tSeveral new books have been added to the district. library. Verne Uakt-ris the new do warden. Gertie Dodire expects to teach school In Washington township. ASHLEY- April - Miss Fairbanks, of Sowers, spent Sim-lay at Fl b r -ton's.. O. (I. Tint!", of Ann Arbor, was in town Monday Mamie Winn. Down oniheFarm. Tillers of tlio Soil Appreciate tlie Little Wonder-Worker. Near the little town of Woods CornerH. uhout ix miles from Ionia. uiden U. 1. I'm rson, u fiiimer. Mr. rierson, Uy i,c cuiutiou, aud like ull liurd vsorkin ill rs f tlie Kdl he has found the bur tlciih the b itk Jius to beur no Jii;ht loud to carry. Few iieoplu who never lived on tlit funn appreciate what it means to foilow the plow from Minri.se to sunset, but if iho public in Kent rul don't know how hard such woik is, tlie kidneys do. Loiik hours of work of any Kind mem.s loin.' hours for the kidneys, and they emi't s und it without rebelling. When tlie farmer eomes home tired out at nk'ht, if he only nuliztd thut the tired feeiinns mostly ulways come from tired kidneys, and that the little wonder worker, Doun'h Kidn v I'ilN, would lilit the wfcm: b.iiiiglit on by over, woru, life woultl he e .sn r f"r lorn. Uead wh it Mr. 1'iertsou a.ys about hi.s experi ence: ' I noticed when I t oopid, lifitil or chunked inv position suddenly, early in tlie fall of 1K(7, that I was always re warded villi nhiri pains ueros the small of my ltck. and in the morning I wu- -o lame and sore that I could scarcely get out of bed. 'I he too frujumt ac tion of the kidney sicrctions, spe iallr annoying at ni'ht, p alnly indicated that my kidnevw were tin-eaiist; of tin: trotib e. I h id often he ud Doan'w Kid ney Fills sp-.kui about hv my neighbors, an i as it was the f j r- t time" I required such a preparation. I procured n box. I noticed their beta llcial i ireet.s in a day or two and I continued the treaimt nt jutitilmy bar kache was cured and the f Fiwell, taught in j other weakness was thoroiifldv rcliived, i i r i -j . A! MAPLE A) ri: b -1st,,- N i.lLMP I f up '''11 til" LT 1 1 " - a l A Horrible Outbreak "Of l.'ir.ue sores on my little dai:-h ter s ne.-ei developed mtoa c:ih- of scald near Shepherd for a few das jieau wrues: D. lsl.UI of Morgan ton, Tenn., but Pucklen's Arnica Salve cornjiletely cured her. It's a e,uaranteetl cure for ICcema. Tetter. Salt Rheum. Pimples, sores, Fleers and Piles. Onlv 25c at Sharrar e Mulholland's. s- da-. !-f at tie- I 1 n 1 1 it . s' it!. I Vs. Mrs. .1. Tin-.- o'tie f BANNISTbR April in. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. llobert Fackiniiham. April lu. an eiht pound boy. Win. Finery went to Ithaca, on bus incss, Tuesday. -Mrs. j. Center. Mrs. Haw son and son, Finery, and Mable Finery went to Owosso, i . n business, last Saturday Ai Kltto. went to Owosso last Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. Truman (HUman have Kone to Flushing to visit their dau'h ters. c. I.. I'utt. of Frankfort, visited relatives in town the latter part of last week. Frank Pratt, of Ashley, lost a valu able horse at the livery barn here, Tuesday morning. We hear we are to have a new bar ber shop in the near future. Charlie Frist .1 has ;one to Tyroti to spend the summer with his father. Chas. Hoover will work his mother's place this .summer. The W. C. T. F. will meet at Mrs. Jennie Menter's next Wednesday. John liilev returned from Ohio last Thursday. tu. Campbell is teaching in the primary room. ARCADA CENTER. Aprl' it. Mrs. Duryee is having a ious time with her eyes. The ornan for the school has not been purchased yet, although there have been three or" four d liferent ones put in for trial. Fishermen seem to bo more plenti ful than hsh. Several line lish have I been caught In the ditches. Hurt Daymon has moved onto his father's farm. The Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Hutchinson last Thursday and a tine time was had. They will meet with Mrs. Jake Merchant April P.). 'Ihcre will be preaching at the school house every Sunday evening un til further notice. Hay Itirmlngham, of Cedar Lake, has been visiting his uncles In this place. Henry Daymon, wife and sister vis ited In Newark Sunday. Mrs. T. C. Houghtalmg Is visiting in North Shade. Miss Sybil Clark's school will begin next Monday. She will teach at the Lewis school. Miss Luella Crozler Is to teach the Polllwogs this spring. teware of Ointments for Catarrh that contains Mercury, leri-ury will ur-ljr detror the wnM rf til and completely d-ranK the wbole intern yi entering It throush the mu'nis nurfa- et. )i Hriici ddcuii never re u(l eicrtt oq jrlptloiif from retiutaMe nhrilolann. th are they will do It ten fold to tb good jon F poietlblr derlre from tht-m. Ilaira Cntarrh rre. tnDufactur"d by V. J. Chener A i-o . Aiedo. ., contain no morcurr. and U tikn Uernally, a.-tlnir directly upon the blood and jrou anrrat ea or tne ytem. m buying Mall'i carrn uur, ne aur" you get tne frenulne. It am-n Internally and u made in Toledo, n P. J. Cheney A :o. 'Itlmonla!e tree. l hj Orujofltra, price 75c per bottle. nan r amuy run ar tuo bt. Sever ll new cases of measles and scarlet fever reported this week. A new baby at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. William I lowers. Mrs. Mitchell is tlie new owner of the Will Hrooks farm. Fuzzing wood and scrapeing roads is the order of the day. Miss Frankie Fuce and (ice Kyder were married April s. ! fM ill... . . .1.! , li'ju DHui-i, iojiueuyoi tins piace, and Miss Carrie Shilling, of Shepherd, ware married April 1. perrTnton. Lyman Crosby and wife, just out side town, invited a number of friends to their home Wednesday evening to cat warm sugar. They all did very well except Kirk, whoeomplained that his dish leaked at the top and wouldn't hold sugar. J. A. Cassada and John Hoke have purchased I. N. Terpeniny's stock of groceries and have taken possession. Mr. Terpening contemplates mov ing to Rochester, Michigan, in the me near iuiure. lie is at present at that place making arrangements for the change. The school board have secured the services of prof. Fichards and Miss Dalgleish for another year. Claud Pettlt and w ife are the happy parents of a line girl baby. Scott Vanetta, who is employed in the harness business in Cliesining, is home for a day on account of the death of the proprietor's wife. Dean - Dyan are getting lots of farm implements at their new place of business. Vern Richard is able to be about some. He has gjnc to his uncle's, Jos. Richards, for a visit . Claud Pettlt has got his saw mill repaired to such an extent, that he is sawing lumber at present. t reat r par O H. New York, w ho h is Fiicle .hnham .b b 11. Se.aver ft.' 1 f dav. for a s 1 1 . vj.it II. R. Pitter-ojli in ! Mrs. W. D. Tucker a-.d son. Verm- ai. in 1 ' 1 1 o . 1 n ;i lew ( F J. W.I..O-, U , ,!,,... ,, ; r, , i;JV City M -nd iy .1. . Hnrrod is stiil taking merit at St. Louis. Miss Cora Wheeler vi-it.-i h cuts in Newark, over Sunday. Mrs. W. T. Thompson ;M1(i II" ath were in Alma M'.rolcy. Mrs. RoJia Isos has returned from Detroit, and will remove to Alma. Hazel Do-in, who h is be- n sp.n ling tne winter with her aunt. Mrs. W. M , ...1. . -i . 1 . vy'imsun k, leiurneo to ner heme in Milwaukee, Mondav. M. R. Salter has established his of lice with Judge Stone, over Heath's hardware. He wili hereafter devoi all his time to the practice of law. R. A Harbor was n Mt. Pleasant over Sunday He has rented th rearce House, on .leiTerson street, and removed his family to Ithaca. .miss Annie Keam, daughter of Hiram Ream, of sickels, was married to Crant Webber, of Hamilton. Apri . th. at the residence of Mrs. Fred Howard. T 1 . r .i .... i,. i). rveei, 01 i.iyria. Milo. was iollln,i ,.n ,.M I.. t .1 " i iin-iios m iiiiiica, me lirst of the w eek. Mrs. Wilson is th Ranson Fraker's. Mis-j Ada Monroe i- lna Ftst'-rly in the millinery shop. F. R. Dodge went to Trenton, Mon day, w here he will spend a few days with his brother, before leaving for Fillings M 'ntana. SamSatterly isspending several days in Detroit. r.a 1 1 r 1 Th id lii'-et in d lor.' a I eeliing Coup es. 1 Dm" RAPIDS- lieu jr. was In Lan- h iO'!'k to attend a 'ss- hall List FrUlav atteiidt-il by tweutys,ive II a 1 1 11 v:t"ii Ii a- o.ljl cupii-d ii 'wly sided it th-j pho by Miss new cb-rk in listing Miss Salt Lam: City. I'taii I'm:, is, i.,., I am now taking Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney Raltn with good re sults 1 can generally get relief by taking the remedies prescribed hv lr J M . McLean. M i:v ' 1 For sale by all druggists. GALLOWAY. April!). Michael Mayer Jr. has gone to Howell, where he has secured em ployment for the summer. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Street, a son, and to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. John son, a daughter. Miss Rozena Adatnek, of SickeD, is spending the week with her parents. Miss Nellie Clark and friend, of Sag inaw, spent this week with the for mer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Clark, of Lakefleld. Johnny Tyler, of Remus, visited Ills mother, Mrs. T. P. Adams, this week. School has commenced In tlie Frown school with Miss Miner, of Miner, as teacher. Arch Clark has returned heme. Fred Adatnek has returned from the lumber woods, where he spent the winter. Misses Hozcna and Llbbie Adamck spent Sunday with Klinor Johnsjn. Messrs. Thomas and Vaclave Mayer and Edward Adams were fishing on Had River Sunday. A. Johnson Is 111 again. Mrs. Shenaster. of Sairinaw. and Mr and Mrs. Ed Evoy have returned to their home after spending a week wun Mr. ana Mrs. Will Adams. Will LjebroolC. Of LaketielrF rliorl nt his home Saturday.Vuneral was held Monday, from the eticld church. 1 DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK ? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Aim Art .. . 1 1 ......wo vYtijuuu who reaas tne riews- papers 13 sure to know cf the wonderful cures made by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the Treat kidnev. liver Ll ana Liaaer remedy. It 1 V, 4 ' ' J, 4 .- cci meai- Tu cal triumph cf the nine teenth century; dis covered after veara r.f trcu cn''!:c re5Crch bx s-ar. Mimer, tne eml nent kidney and blad der sceciali:f anA 1. wonderfully successful In promptly curine .-...w iv-wn., Muncy, uiaaacr, uric acid trou bles and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need. It has been tested In so many ways, In hospital work, In private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It, may have a sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book telling more about Swamp-Root and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble, when writing mention reading this generous ewer in mis paper and sena your address to ' an I j ... 1 n 1 . d : be J tograph g ilh 17 Fom- Naldivtt. The diiiiHi given b the Ladies' Aid ;. y 1 if t le- ( 'iirist ian church, last Frid iy at Flis.' hall, netted them 1l7:.. II. ) Junes writi-s borne frora Oram Marias i hat he fi-ll t dr.. ugh all open elevator ho.'c and Maid up for repairs Hiram Frundage, of Crystal, was m town last Thurs lay. 1.' r r 1 . . 11 1. . i . i. ijimik "". "i xcrriuion, was in town last Tiiuisday. Edward Edwards has purchased tin i,ocKe i.trni, norm or urice, and it 4 my i' v 1 w 1 mi looks as if wedding hells light ring in North Shade soon. f Ernest Mosher and wife.: 1'St. Johns, visited at Fussel Whitney Ust week. The -Owl" nickle marine at the pool room was robbed of jabout ?T.o last Wednesday night bly unknown parties. ' ' Fraton Fritton and Ifarfy F.uckk-y started Monday f.,r Dtduth, Wiscon sin, where they expectko stav at least live years. urn. .Schneider andfou, Fred, were in Detroit, 011 busine? I M...I II If if maimer iieuieru lfc nble to hv at work again. it Eirl Curtis and wllc vhited in Fer- rinton Sunday and flo-iday. Win. Urals cut apish about two ir.ches long in his Ifcf, leg, Monday. while cutting wooj " with a double bitted ax. , -. Jtsse Archer. pUclVised a fiue two seated canopv top bfggy of Lowe Kedfem last week. John .lolls and Wrn. Ceaser have m. ved into tlie uwh rinm of the Crawford house, Jatjely vacated by i.ari Curtis. Several of her you ng friends l'.ivc Miss Mae Cruwfori a pleasant birth day surprise, at.hor 1A - me, last Friday veiling. Mrs. Matilda Cobles is home to perm me summer. 1 Mr. and Mrs! J. W.lsmith have gne or a trip In Ohio. M.fr. Smith's health the primary room last Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Horriheel:, of Cryt il Lake. vis ited at John Scott. s Fi -1 week. Mr. Rogers, of Alma has been ap pointed foreman of the Farmister sec t ion on t lie A. A. l. l. Harlow See and family visited at, John Seotts. yt'st'-rd.iv. Fert Helms a former Ashley boy but no.v of Dakota, has been visiting here tin; ji.ist few days. Will Flunt did business in Elsie today. Mr. Fallett is having a well put down. The McFarlands are doing the oik. Frudence Fo-e has gone t o Eureka to work. John Turner has returned home aga in. Miss Fider. w ho been visiting in Oakland county this winter, has returned to Ashley. Ernest Cearle ait was j n town yes terday in the interest of the "New Era.'' Mrs. James W(,odman did business in Ithaca today. Dr. Sickles, of Elsie, was In town esterdav, Marriage Licenses. Milton A. Holmes, 21', Alma: Ada L. Fatterson, lo, park City. Albert. F. I.owman. 27. Alma. Francis Allen, L'J, IVtoskey. Herbert L. Chestnut. ::i. Fiwell. Edith Crassett, 1 Alma. Clarence Nelson, 21. SumrKr: J'lorencti Johnson. 1, Fine Fiver. Floyd Hoag. 21, Sickels; Jessie Morehouse, is, same. Eli Faker. 1:. St. Louis; Ida Wilson. 12, St. Louis. I iinikf no mis: uke when I s i t Ji;it I),, an' Kidney Pills cure burkuche and kidn-y eoiiijih-dLit. 1 Do.in'.s Kidney Pills ure s .Id Im all I dealers. Fiice .",11 cent per box, or sx j boxt's for sjj.ro Muiif, 1 oy Foster-Mil- (hum Co., IJtliralo. X. y. .s.,,s ujents j for the '. S. Ferneniber the name 1 Dojiu's and take no suUf ltute, An easy mind is generally ultofaneisy conscience. the That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. Kind's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proven their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and build up your ht-alth. Only 25c. Money back if not cured. Sold bv Sharrar Mul holland, druggists. A man never fully realizes the Won-d'-rful patience his wife lias until he gets sick. REAL ESTATETRANSFERS- (if sW 1)1' tH- t:iriilaiiirh nw of nw y st- el' s sf i :i to Sl.'ijht ii f sV S'S- ani (Otl'nril J it sV ill' II H t It l.lk S know n how long f Is such that it Is iiot they will be gone. - . j . ii oss nas mured in with hi ruoiner-irwaw, mts. C. Farstow. A. N. Howe has moved into A.J. Moss house and. Clareh( e Halstead has moved Into the LWc lately occupied by A. N. Howe. Noel II. Allen hak been appointed postmaster, A. J. MAs retrieved. of Mancelona, Is Mr. and Mrs. Jas In Mlddleton, on Mrs. Jennie Fun, visiting her pareots lilrd. (eo. Archer v;ls business, Mondiy. 11. a. ingran m u working In the barber shop diringj J. W. Smith's ab sence. ... . n Jtpccts to work for Roberts, who will of dry goods. . Ii. Illll to A. Ceiin. lly s.-.- i:.s..i:i.- I'. Cliurcli l. s si-c ; , i.'iicrs.ni H. Mull. r to A. A. ( .ik N w ll;iv Win. Ii!s l:r.Ls 1, first pi ,,t : r,.rrlntoti I, IIi'm i.'iii.- iii li j,t 1'irst lot I.Ik 1 . 1 Mill. II. -tun II. ;M:. y to A. Oiill.-y u of e in-i nany W . . Tur.-k to P. T. Miin.'h irt ..t hi k - A I ma J. M. How.- o) T. V s.-c :i i ss,. v j 1 .1. Miller o. M. .1. K Alina S. IlilctoS. I lint aiiitn w . of in- s., .N.-wark :. m. Aiii.ott to c. 11. n.'bow s,. of nt. s,., :: It. ii. iny.. 1.. n. . to m. j. I'uti:.- nw of -.. W'hf.-l.-r.. b. 11. iioii. to r:. 'i utt if sw of n w W li.-.-l.-r S. Mill.-r to J. ( nw . 2:i 111 Da.. b. s.-av.-r to I. iJov.-f in" of si Newark b. S.-avcr to V I'rise s. of sc s. c 1 New. ark I II. Tnfts to M. I.. Wat.-rimry nc ..r sw t.-c Sti IIIIMT ' ie of m ll.-lisiii;.-s lie SW s. (! S.C 'J'i f se nt s.-c l J :imi 1 IHMI 1 1 toi I jiV nl 1.) ton !(!' llVll -co TiKi Eugere IlobciU hls brother, J. fl. soon put in a st Convls & 11 & Co. ftarte4 t Khmer it Co.. Bine-1 sTlrJT?inM c'PntfuJSisS ' '. nton, N. Y. Tfo S&pSLtl! ' ' Dr. icguir iiuy cmi n3 nom of Bwam-ii t wwii.i iiC re soia oy tu good drug plst ; f What Tw It will brH asthma c4 cases. ,H rtl ri FolexSlTfr. wun 1 Vind C. M. Kedfem wagons Tuesday. i:. I ..,-!,. r to I-:. M. .lolmsnn pt s.-c ;ci pin., luv.-r In Alma.... W. S. Tur. k Co. to A. I. Ilutterli.-lil lot s I'lk - J A I ma sm) II. Itrewtiak.-r to A. I. Hut t. rli.-ltl lot s Mk It l-'.ly ton A I ma irKm M. T. MoiiilM-ck t.i S. Mil., pt sw an. I pt s- s.' Newark A. I. Utitt.-rfleM to M. .1. Martin lot lil k A I lna S. Clcve.lon to b. M. I'oniuer pt lot 3 blk Jo u ruii.-r W. Myers to W. y, Vounjj n'4 of ,. of hw Hto ;i Whe.-Ier.. W. K Mllltr to M. L. Mill.-r lan.l in St. lxils 51KI J. andi-rinark to A H. Kaimus pt se of n w sh- .n s. vi lie 411Q T. W. W.M).! to M. II Starry lot Mk til .X'wton iKld st. Louis C (. Kastnian to C. K. bowe w lj of ne nt sw st-c - haliiyett' ViO 24i '0 4.-0 Millions Given Away. It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern which is not atraid to be generous. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, have given away over ten million trial bottles and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, bronchitis J Grippe and all Throat. Chest and lung diseases are surely cured by it Call on Sharrar & Mulholland, druggists, and get a free trial bottle. Regular size 50c and i.oo I. very bottle guaranteed. There Is no hope for the man who thinks he is good enough. Half the ills tlmt man is heir to tome from indigestion, liurdock Blood Uit ters sireugthens and tones the stomach rnake indigestion impossible. ' - A poor man's follies are a rich man's eccentricit ies. Watkkt.oo, Ixn., I-eb. n, 1S9-. Pepsin Syrup Co., Monticello, 111. (1 knti.kmkn: I had been a great suf ferer from indigestion and stomach trouble until about two years ago when I began using Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. I have found it the dv to Ktve me permanent relief and I cheerfully recommend its use to anyone in need of such a remedy. ery respectfully yours, , KmvAKi. "Warkham. Sold by Sharrar sS: Mulholland. How many tieonh- ocr read tim r,r face of a book. J. I. Carson, Prothonotary, Washing ton, Pa . says, "I have found Kodol Dyspepsia Cure an excellent re rtifilv in case of stomach trouble, and have de rived great benefit from its use." Tt ,ti. gests what you eat and cannot fail to cure. Sharrar Mulholb.n.1 Itching pile? Necrmind if nhvsl. nans have failed to euro you. trv Doan s Ointment. N'o failure there. 5n cent?, at uny drug store. A. R. Pass of Morgantown, Ind., had to get up ten or twelve times in the night, and had severe t.ackache and Was cured by It s Kuarauteed. Sharrar & Mulholland. "ihini nun umi ncc pains in the kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure occcocooocceoooooooooooo FOR 14 CEHTS W wlh to rln thl ttr ano.mn bi c J onts Will Do. r to sufferers from ion. even the worst bt what one dose of Tar costs. Isn't it (Take no substitute. find. oniA. Ui You Hava Always Batij?! r ly 1 ) m new caitmurrn, and 1 Fkf.CitT 0rdfii Ht, .o 1 Pkg.Rtrl'at Eturrald(?amuibrl6o 1 " i.urnMft Murket Lettac. Ihe I Htrwtrry MHod. l&o 1 M 1 l)r KJi.h, lue I " Krtj Rip t mf.btg, luo 1 ' Krlf Oinnrr Onion, l.o I Brilliant t lom.t Hmli, Up Wtrtkll.OOorlltMlt. fTou AboU Pk. worth fl.0O,wwll mail roa trr. tnrthr with oor f rt I'Uni ami t'atalof.tall. r all about Haltrr'a MlllUa 1. lar I'alat, apon receipt of th I lie A l l-.nna U'a l.ali. poortrada aol know whan torn once rr rmiTtr'n aerdavon wiiinaver I.I ll tnN. in witnoot. id two Btrawi.errv a -' 1 'i " brill,iiiv quart twlca yearly. Hi I ivm A. HtLIIB HID CO., La CBOHMK, mt, 11 ., L IBOHRK, Will. M Take care of vour bealth .-i,n have it, not after it is gone. . - W. W. Mayhew. Merton. WU co,. 'I consider One Minute Couch Pure a most wonderful tried safe."It is the only harmless remedv that gives immediate results. It cures coughs, colds, croup.bronchitis, grippe whooping cough, pneumonia and all lurum ano lung Uiseases. Its early use prevents consumption. Children al ways hke it. and mothers endorse it. bharrar & Mulholland. The average age of widowers when remarrying Is 42; of widows :n. Running sores, ulcers, boils, pimple, etc , ouickly cured by Panner Salve the ttl AC? lAnla.. 1 . ' .v,aw nuuK alve in uie world nt llir ,.,. 1 1 1 ... holland, other "just as irood " si..r,.. e. i V f tv iiiui. It doesn't rust anything to be i olite ana it often pays enormous dividends -"- The Dest Cough Remedy on Earth. Warner's White Wine ol Tar Sump, Consumption Cure, cures a cold in -.j. hours if taken in time and duo not stop a couh in one P'niitC !'' paralyzing the throat, but it cures the disease and kn-ra the throat and lung, healthy and strong. 25 and ?o cts. For 8al by SHARRAR A MTMIOLLAND uiceiior to D 8. Webb.