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ALMA, MICH., Fill DAY, AJ'JUL 20, 11)00 WHOLE 0. 1101; MARKET REPORT. Corrected Apr. 1', hi Wheat, if w ' Wheat, oUi . Oats Kyo " Corn, old t ar Corn, Bbelled 11 Potatoes Huck wheat Moans 1 1 : Appleii per bu ' CHover Heed l ' '' 1 Timothy s-oi d .- , ' Hutter Kgt " . lloney J; Onkmn, perlm.. .. (JreVnHiden '''--' DreBgod fork , Llvol'ork Dres-td lUet 9 Live Ilecf a" Mutton, dreKeJ ,, Live Mutton Ul LivehickeiiH ",,u'l Ire6i'd Chiokeii : Live Turkejn (r Live Ducks . LtveGoese .1 Veal. Live '? Veal, dressed W. S. Ti'RCR . A 1 ma. A. W. Wni.MiT. Alma. U. 3. Waiiu, Alma. J. H. Sbavku, Ithftca. Cuinj.rieiiij; the Una uf Wm, . Turck & BANKERS G. S.WAHD. ELY HKKWUAKKK, Cnfhiir Ae"t tiiln r. Establli'La'd lsM. Transact a Gicral Hki. kiiitf Hue!in'Ci. flafi'ty IU'poeit Hole for Kelt. ' '.kiU iVl I It'll I II I II 1 1 III III It III 1 1 1 1 1 1" 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I - il FFFil - IS 1 '-ZL?.- C? 1 THE FLAMES j in your Lamp Chimnoy : with it Perfection Oil and thoy will bo bright, : stoady and smokoloss. . f J. Jacobs Graduate Optician, .a IVrmaiuiitlv located ScatttTgoo'l k .Jambs' .Jeweln Store, A hna. Midi. I make a specialty of cur iiiL' headarlus with glasses. No chalet' examination. Nichols' Old Stand. or A DAY OP PATIUOTISM. Popular Amusement blnU tc boa uu Department C'tmni i-"!- r I . -1 General ord rs No. in rangt -incuts for a pioj.t r Memorial tiay , May 1 day should be kept not orial day but as a day w should be taught less, n- ;s It is SAFE and 1NODOR- : OUS. It lights millions of 2: :I homos. Thoro is no fancy S z profit in PERFECTION OM jj for you to pay. : -jiii i in i in i m i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 i ii I mi i , ' ; icking in t .itritiM:: to si;, h that no public cxfiri-- were ! Lee's Surrw'n Jlm-. ior.ii s i:i Ii 'r.r, e t. DR . W. KELLY.. cDENT1ST0 Bost Tooth, $4.00, S6.00 and SS.00 por Sot. Filling and Preserving the Natural Teeth. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. ALMA. MICH L'liioti T l. phoii" No. :w. Aptretriatc Ccic Win. Mover lo-f i '.;..t ersary of th" Miri--.';d r of (ii n. ieiieial tiiant ;it nn- o a. u. n urday evi'iiir.g. i lie ' 1 vit well reire-en!"d, s !'.: c,t w resent at Apoi.i i!iu ..in. i .i' xpet i' net--, and I !. l :nai nil - tin- hall va- vvel! til!-.! ' uii - in All lllten-slil'.g ll't-Tam nvA- ft r nraver l v lo v. Snn i. ;i mander Iloliin s lM- d the ( an.) with u few mtri uu Toiy r whirli li' called at'i;tr ji t that tlie evening wa- al- tie sarv of l'rtsidvt'.t Jiine. lu Jomrad" HuM" l th' n v V(!itS imine(il.ltel V - .' li inattox, concluding wi'n a o-: InsifranBB : Fire, Tornado, Life and Hr.r.iriP.nr. - Herbert N. Hayes, Notary Public All kinds of Legal Papers drawn. Pension Vouchers executed. Call mo.- in and soo Alma Roller Mills Is always Good C ID White Wholesome Nutritious Coats no more and is better than other Hour of the sanx guide. BRANDS: Ahna (Patent). Arcada (Straight). Hakers (Clear) Ask Your Grocer For It. nly i"ii of lilt r.'el-T. Ill early ar- l',ilio' el ays "Tlii a nieiu our youn' palriti-m, renew our (:;' our- of O 11 ft! I! -lit t unl aw ay from . tin- purjio-t s ii.r ct apart are d- thi r..r i ii , wlion wc sib uin an t'Votiuil to the I no I!, and 1 Ives to the fuirhi ul !i hat " luties as patriot! eiti.A u. Where sp(.rtiug proK':am ar up which eii'ae th" oung and draw the j the Memorial services which the dav wa eated. 'In h( half of all the arving I'iik oldurs who p!.;eed t!i' IT lle-on tile ;i! ir of their country t not only fr their owi o for th"sc ln .Hid ( une n: p i- th mil w!m wrought th" vn-tovy wnndi rought such jrran l ffiifaL"- to r.- ; ople. and given us rl.e p a r rt il'i' we linw i :i ' mm n..o.e utitry a nation to h proa:a! ef . 1 ill Citielis t i"!id t.'.e.r UiMC toward socurinc tiie roi -r o: -m c f this day. Whenever pd,;--. ha the citiz'-ns tak" a p ui ;n th" n..;i!a:' meiit and servw i;: tii o.i-. . 'I'r--; ave t-iore vig r and at" j ..t t a- ve ind if laced on tli- i 1 1 : t r gladlv lend a lo liiii.t: hand." W e sincerely h- ne t ! ar will unite with t h ( .: A . vear in propel I v ) r mg th" o.i v. an not let it be .ud tiiH 1 ,.:lr a- ;t v. a - or. ear ago. th.at tie- v-1 p!" of Alma we : 1 1 . has i' a :'M th: a 1 is Mcetincr with Success- 1 here arc Several In Alma that Would Also like to Meet the I'rolessor. There arc many in Alma who well re member I'rof. A. Robert Nicoud, teacher of langunges ami music, a it is extracted fiom the violin, and therefore the fol lowing article, which appeared in tho ( hicago Journal April 11, will bo of in terest. The professor has many i'-n- friends who will bo glad ( r)to har of his Micce-s : "Many Chicngoans who aspired to be proficient violinists aro now mourning th" h.ss of their instruments and cursing th" luck which brought them in contact with A. Robert Nicoud. Nu oud is an affable Parisian, and had 1 en in Chicago but a short time when put his pet scheme into effect. He uae a gratuitous rehearsal at a promin ent South side church, by which he made a great hit with the wealthy mem- l I , i s i if tin' eoiiLMVL'atioii. iind announced 1 1 j at li" would open a conservatory down t"w n and wouhl b" pleased to have as pupils ....mo cf his interested listeners. When lie prepared for business he had a 1 trg" das-- of musical aspirants. Those wh" had not already been provided with iolins followed his suggestions and bought only the best. These were left in h s t 'barge often, and it alleged that th" hi-t tun" ln was seen they were sfiil under his custody. It is said that he practiced the same deal m Milw aukee, Saginaw and Adri an. Mi'-h. It is nleo claimed that he is a piofession-il board beater, and that he has jumped"' his bill on more than one o"e:iioii. The last place he stopped was at ;; Maple street. Previous to this In stopped at the Wellington. The heaviest loser is a violin manufacturer, .7 U. 1 Undershot, in the Auditorium. He ( hums that Nicoud obtained several 1 1 1'strum. nfs tr. ui mm tor wnicn ne ii- ver remitb d, and that he is out sev eral hundred dollars." of Mrs. Julia li. Craw- was clouded by the ar oiti.' . -t t! 00 rcpare for Spring oo the -Tram - - ! i Don't wait for weather HeaiHu the weather will not wait for von. ow time to buy your Spring- Suit. is We have e(Ual to th.-the fmt's-t Roche hfst m-toin w makr inadt anii .-in Clothing the lates. att'-rns and we guarantee lit and j unlit y $7.50 TO $20.00. . fVv We aKo oM'er an excel itioiifdlv xivrrnrvvm cf. i,:t; X xline line in (.Inhlreu s ( Moth- :r-'7 lW ';fU ' in.tr, Vester Suits and Douhle : .f Hivasted Suits, douhle kn-r 'V ' u'V and oat. Prices ran ire from Lf J E 11 extent MM. illM ... p. S It Wei" We'" l :.e:r IVrl! lil-' 11. arl. s in tii" fa' t aim: ver-s.:-i,.ti o ;nP d tie the surrender as it anpe mile awav. Mrs IIiiimi reading after win. Holmes gave a recit.it a : Rattery C." Mrs Ail i on tne oeuin oi ai which was foic'Wt d by ; the " Rugl" Call " by luartet. Tht n (Joioi ad Ithaci was call'd for glowing account of the Th '-.ppou o! to him a :-s j'.-sj.. I'rid" - f l ."! .in ar! .' . r.iham Ijir.e, In i . rion from ti'e Mtthodi.st W'ebsti r from and h" "ae a surrender and Death of Mrs. Julia B. CraNforJ. Tlo-iovof Raster-tide, for the rela fives anil tit III lord of this pla -h.id 'W of d' ath. When the truth be en,, e kicwn it was a great shock to all, a ! u few knew of her illness, as sLl v.'.s about Ik r work on Monday scm iii'Iy in h. r usii;d heakh ; but Tuesday ::i' rnu.g li' r sullerings began which c.oitn.u' d tili Wednesday evening, when she was taken to Rrainerd's hospital to he operated on, for strangulated hernia. Sf rallied from the operation, and all th" in xt day was very bright aud hope ful of her ru 'very, but it was only the "lull before the tt Tin" as she wa tak- n wors the next day and rapidly tailed till the end came at 7:1") Satur dav morning, April 1 1. Jul.aR. Mai lory wis born in Hills o:d c 'i.i'.ty, M'.cli., November ls."l, v. ,i . uiot d in marriage with Wm. C. ! ( a a ford of Rouis, Mich., on the , . lghth day of January, 177 at the home of ior . art nts in Seville township. Mr. ; i 'rawford died nearly four years ago at ! 'p. .led". Ohio, Mrs. Crawford bringing 1 the ! o y rack to her old home for bur ' 1 :1, and located in Alma to take the ad- . miage "f the schooling facilities to ed ! urate le-r boy. She united with tin I I'm -1 yt' nan church at Antwerp, O., in I-; ( f whi--!i lnr husband was a lead ' it-'.: member. Sh" Raves one boy, 17 j years old, a mother, three fcistcrs, four i i'ioth is, and a lu-st of friends to mourn j th.-ir loss. i The body was taken to tho home of j her ne ther, from where the funeral j w a- held on Monday. There was a pro-jfu-i'M! of beautiful Mowers, telling 1 i hr.iilv of the love and esteem of her lm: Spring Furnishings. - I rr t4 frtCA?. ikon its mi N.Y. atc The "Si: tern ce i)l.'tte( ver" ShirN s in Xeli.-t diai'cii l:ite,t and Mo"om-.- -al- the swo hanl sonnet Neckwear shown in Alma. TROUSERS. iV 'III T- - : 1 1 I C3 t k1 'and ll p fa tiki, New patterns in Striped and Cheeke.; equal to best custom made. and NOTE All Trousers S3 and upwards, pressed froo ot chargo. Worsteds, shaped and tailored up wards. 'Sk rk. W 5w W 4 11 m m ash. Jh'V ! 1 od I the y friends. The words "Aehes to s, dust to dust" were spoken by the , W. lv. Spencer, and the body was at n stiu thy family cemetery by -id'.' of her husband. the events leading up to it, from th" tandpoint of a cavalryman, r- ferring to the work of biieridan aud Cu-t r. 1. 11 ingofthe part the lattr t ,k .'.t th" linal transacti n and de. libi'.g th" scene when th" new s wa- pto ', imc d Rev. W. K. Spem r coneiui.- d ih" program with an adde s- in wb.ieh li" gave some personal lenauis -er."' s of war times and aftt r proving in a f-w well chosi ii remark's on that 1 J 1 was in it all and carried th" nation through, closed with a jrcphuy that the n ition would continue to advance under h;s guiding hand. a NevN Church Officers. At the Kasttr mei ting at St. Jdm's church on Tuesday veiling the folUnv- ing gentlemen were ejecft ft on the ad visorv committf e : S. W. Tinker, I'. W. Blair, Ely Rrewbaker. VA. Hannah, Henry 1'rewbaker, J. Martin M."ntigel, (J. S. Ward, W. H. lunk, F. W. Hooper. S. W. linker was aj pointea warden and F. W. Rlair delegate to Di'fesin convention to be held at St. 1 'aid's church. Detroit, next November. The reports of oilier rs showed a veiy satisfactory condition of affairs. CarJ of Thanks. We desire to publicly thank the kind friends who assisted us and l.e'pf d us t bear our recent sad bereavement, and especially do we wish to tbnnk tie members" of the L, . T. M. la.li s cf Alma and Smiley Hives, the te.v lo-r and pupils of the high school and other friends for the beautiful Mowers, the choir for their music, and may each aud every one be forever blest. HoWAKlt ( j: w I " nn, Muv L. C. M a u. AM ClIII I'KI.N. I'ATTEKS0N-1I0LAES Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Holmen ar rived in Alma from Port Huron, on the evening train last Friday. Tho happy couple will make their home at the usi deuce of J. W. Holmes, aud Miltc. will continue his work with the lirin of .1. I W. Holmes iV Son. The following dis. j s ription of the wedding as clipped i ir m tii" Tort Huron Daily Times: I "A v- rv pretty home wedding took ; phu o at th" residence of Mr. and Mrs. j Wm. Hayman, bY.';' Miller street, on Wednesday, at which time Miss Ada l'atterson, youngest daughter of the late James K l'atterson, of Pontiac, was united in marriage by Rev. R. N. Van Doren to M. A. Holmen, a prosperous young business man of Alma, Mich. At uvc o'clock the bridal party entered the parlors to the stiains of Mendelssohn's I march played by Miss Helen Wakeham, ot tins city, aim hd by the groom s his ter, Miss Ressie who carried the riug. Th" bridal party stood before a bank of palms, pink and white c irnations being the predominating colors. The bride, was attired in white Swiss mull over pink silk and was attended bv her brother, Samuel .1. l'atterson, of Ponti ne. After receiving congratnations a dainty lunch was served. Among tho tin st present from out of town were jMrs.J. W. Holmes and daughter Boh j si", of Alma; Miss Mabel McLeod, of Cincinnati, ). ; Norman Uoan, of Wyandotte; Mis Harrie Van Schaick, of Holly :and S. J. Patterson, of Poutiac. ' The young couple were the recipients of muoi j iiii uin, xiir u 1 1 on lut' r ening train for the east aud will be at homo to their many friends after April :"i on Forest tdreet, Alma. VERMEULEN'S Department Store 1 Why Wear Clothing of Unknown Origin...?.... HAY CITY A S.UHNAW K.C FUSION SUNDAY, APRIL JJ. Pere Manputtte train will leave Alma at lo :15 n. m., arrive Ray City l -i :IL p. m. Leave 10 :no p. m. Rnui-.d trip r.te to Saginaw !;c, Ray City 7.c. Ri cycle free. Cavalry Drill. Alma people will probably have an "Pportuinty to watch the drill of a cav alry squad in June, as the following special from the Orchard Lake Military Academy indicates: "The cavalry siiad is showing great proficiency In drill this spring, and many visitor are j r s nt in the riding hall each day to watch thf evolutions of tho npnad. It is 1 xpfefed that a number of the cavalry. men will tuke a :() mile ride after school clo'-es in June. The following towns will be passed through: Flint Siiraw, St. Louis, Alma. Greenville, Relding, I nia. Portland, Grand Ledgo, Losing, St, Johns, Owono and Holly." When you buy a Watch, or a Waeon, or a Farm Implement, or a Bicycle, you want to know all about it, cfcuYt you ? About the first thing that influences you is the maker's reputation, is it not ? Why not the Same with your Clothing To enjoy the consciousness of having your dress absolutely cor rect, come to the store and be fitted with garments bearing this label. i V-j :c' !' , V-l. "i ,! 1 vM i i1 '.'"I 'I Ji 1 ta-P-' Siii t a. ninflniiir UlllUllllI This Garment Guaranteed by the Makori B. KUPPENHEIMER & CO. CHICAGO. I I ' Mr. Date- We are slewing many special and exclusive styles of the renowned KUPPRNHniriUR Make This Week. There is in them the additional value of knowing they arc right, and no more to pay than for clothing cf Promiscuous Make. wry 1 11 u lis wok wt Low Pi it'' All our niakt vou Cloth- I on ..Spring; Suits.. nrc in now ;ml wp can you thy Xt:vft Stylp. how Things in Our Line of Shirts and Neckwear t'Ant be equaled anywhere, jjl ConitMii aipl look them over, uecan tave you money cm anything yoi buy. Our .Men's Shoes tht Beat Made. arc VERMEOLEN'S Department Store, Alma. m