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C. 1 . UHOWN, 1 l;t; Ivhi MllK 1- t! tti n Hi tin- .(irt. Il'.iv III Alma for t rr i; tui i -lo 11 tliro::!. the umi!i w hi 'n.uJ c lac matte r. Advertising Rata-Net. M'Att I " W .1 W j 1 M ! M 0 M , M U ; ;, t; 1 hi 1 on .'-; 4 '. 7 if .so 1 ,'.'. I 7" 4 t.d 7 o.i H im C! im X ;; 'i Ml f'O I'.t U ) 1" M . 00 Inch.. 1 lie hxi" '4 ( ul. Hj vini ,n .iN. in 1-M-ai ruliii'i:), Mni.ts i r II tic for cm-li at. '.I '-very ii. -ei 1 1 i . I, K-lli UIHl'T fl'CCMl. lo Hi! C l.t JhT lilo-. Sofuny in it!o ot i a: i tuio iiioih o r- th.o Is a mom y coiimI nitMo, o c nt 1 1 r lire. P. 1'. BROWN, Iviilor. Hc;ut!ican Caucus .Notice. '' 1 1 0 H- l l 1 1 .'.I ti 1 MtlTKT li".'l ' ,1'-U at I. -Ill Ha.!, cil.. s. !. .Ion'-- '.' '- IH'H L Ill- 1;V viol-! H C I I'oV. 'lh- rr; i,!..l :io-i I m t"-- i -'.i' wi.l oo i t Jii i iiiKli- ul i: i " :i Hi'ii. Si;..rJ,'i , Ji.uc i6. !900. f.,r il. i i,i. ! ii ' ' - ' ' ,: ' t-iHJ :.t v in. .v :-;ii.;i .U llO.si-: . i .O.i 'I I'll .li.oi' ... im- u.i- co ' ; i ,1 1 ,.. r ; -.: - " M.it' f.'i.' oio o. 11. P..M.. 1 ' ' M. Hc;ut;i.un Caucus. Tto i.'poo.i. o! A i ..-.u tov. i.-:.;p a: . n- I til t'Uiii-lv ., f.. i l n I.- : - . 1 ut'bUy. June ll t;t 2 00 t- n . f,.r tli- ;.u!i,.f ,; i. - i i th f.MJII.V ,-...'i f I I, il .'t Itif.t I. J'-- ... li-.'O I' ' tin- p '.p..-.- .; ,-;.. i.i. o .. .i- i - ii..- -i .t- IMHAf.UH'II MY lO.I'.-K I .Ml HrpjCl can Coj.ity C.incr.Jun. Tto- lJ. ! i.l..;. .so ...!.: i . ' 1 1 1 ' . 1 - .' O.Oii. ty iii i, -. o i ' v o;i. 'J ii.it .-a ;tt- COi.rt tl M .0 ';.- 1 1 1 1 . 'I ":i t riaa . Ju.-.v 2 1 l -i VO, ji U :VJ a in. lor tlo- p.. i o -t. ,,i . , v 1 ....-' ' .a;. hit. ul ti 1'.. ; .!! -:i '!: 1 . ;" " ..to o . ; .i o r t.i . .. ; ; 'W vatoil to Iho fiuprcmo bouch. llowevt r. .Mr. Ft rry lacks thu ut cesbary U'chLical It r;il knowlt dpo fur such a position, for which hlH hiph roiiFcientiousness and the natural fairm ot his dit-position wt-u!d titlicrwi.-f juitniraMy (jnahfy him. His has ht en a Luiness ratiit-r than u loalcart cr uiiil l'H trainii'r hf hecn iilt.t.' utlniiuif r;itivi i at her than jatiic i t! lino-. Am the fv-rciuot hti. m s man in the state, i rhaj.s, ui:tl c f the highest ty;ie f tho state's citizenship, ho is uc t onili;:Kly heinj: t'.r'ed tor an executive, when under other circumstances ho ntiht le urmd without qtif-stina of .iu-vt ss I', r a judicial clUce. It is not "Mr. Justice F.-ny" tliiit his suj pcrterH wan' to he aid to write somo clay, hut "(kv. Ferry." Mr. l'V-riy's nomination would lo au evitleliftt of the t strcise of th it s.inie tiiM-riininarioii in the selection of ca:idi d.tt. s for admi-trative. ( thee that has -iv. n th.o .-tai j-idiciary its hijrh ( ilici ency and j. rc.it prestige. "(Jov." 1). M. 1't ny it is ;;oi::;r to he, if any defend one at all e;i m lt. p!.icr,l thin year in 1'e..-" o'u'lis i'.:.il iii'liciitintis that in other yo us have proed nd'alhlde intiU'ations to' 1 1 u i . i ( . ,j pohi ieal evt lit- Tin- proo' i t for a hvly time in this county hi.-f.'veeu tin- Bins and Stearns ipp!e lo- ks vt ry t! itt-ri'.n:. Th.e M. arns I '-npI : j utt;:.ir up a v ry tiim aJtu..ei'f n opp--sit.on to (.- I. Hli's ci.tunii liiar .sir ;; ro li:e ir.'-i uiai tiator At wo. a; a:ri Mx- -pcala r CJordOU w opp). d tl.o tpi.d-t tx.it it n hill are j out wt.il.io' 1mi-s. 'j tie a'-'U'ie nt i ui ii jihii:, it n ;t. S't-iUns is ::i ;i lai.ch I Wii; st. fitioiiti ;-. ti.'in tl-" iaet that ; V. -i. F10...1. -- II 1'.' r.-" ruid'Tap " j u he. -I t. v a.-e li" io-.id workers, all ; 1 j jiu .. d t ".c 1 i . ' as u iii ho rt no inl't Tt d , ty th'i-e Wiitc.iiu' th" pio-t t ili:;KS. t;. 1 1 ..t 1. 1 11 .1 I , .- I .mi... Li 1.. 1.1 ...ii. .- . t )(. t. : n- '. o ti- 1, m ' 1 . (III-! l.'.l -1 10 . TH-- -vii'iiovi-: a ' -A . .V i !.!:- Al ... it l:i '.';uo 1 .0.1 I.l. I ! -nt.. I 10: 'I 1. . . Ittl -.1 .1 I...:.oo .V o a:-K il ooh-i- 1- i; p.. Hat- 'I Ju;. ' . : t 1 : . 1 . 1.1. . o f' -1 1 ' . I v. 1. I Th- ( 'f :n ;.'! II ;u!. ..-:.!! s:.ut"d in , wirlitio 1 l : J i-ri; hn-in:f' out of the j f' r tl. ; ;. !iO!-hi nomination, 1 ! ,.t wtitntioN. I 'i '.(roe cano- tut f. r ' Si. . .1 r, it -.', u f " 1 ; 1 i! ii for I5i". War ri ii aiul 1. o,,i: , oi;t l i-r we. k against ' .;'--.tr: It h. m com to a ji-.int wlure 1 'it:;:r- i:;d isi-mi-ut is a 11. enact to a , y 1.' '. pr- -oe( ts for rth . 'L'he ; , tii rii . --''"! f..r si'V. ral tefonns ! i ii . : -!.t o;i' 1 11. hn' he has j.l.tyetl t! ,1, .'.'.o-'' ;io- J "1 -isit ntly ilott the ; ,; v ti.i 1." lift- "f iiim r Ins re-,-. r.-ia ton. ( iraiul Led":" lude ' . I.t. A. M io.00. All- .11:, .-r. .o.s -pii, Ih-r-if o a'.'i C. 'im i"S have ! r d 1 ' 1 ry i ; ;.'.tt. s to the tate convention 111 the 1. t da vs. Kifuti.can State Convention. :le ::. 00 .M..-0-v.io : '1 l;.. M ,t. . ' ' 1 ' it; y i , ci o 1 - 11 ' ' .i . l ti.:-. :o iV ..'.'- I. Wei.:viJ.is. J 27. i 'vU) !-- '''!- t . iii - ... . t .- .;li : l . o- - i . . ...I.M-; t." .. : . -i . , 1 ,0 - 1 ii ..1 1' I ;; 1. . -! I ,1 , . ,,1 . ' :. . ii- j.- .... - I . '. ; - : m o . ; . ! 1 . 0 . V, . . - . ... A- .- 1 ! : ( . 1!.. . ! ..- I :.;..;!. ' -....'. ,, II .-II- i 1 ' ta-t c I. 11. ; - - -i ' ', . ii, ,; v-.i i i . .;,.!, , .. t V V. I , a . ; 1 ' 'i 1 1 1 " 1 ' . 1 ' " ' ' Hie tl'.i.ai ' it I- t . '. . . 1 . i..'t 1 . 0 M-M 1 : - . i- e. lit T ' . I . - . e . . 1 j :. ' Mi . -, 1 1 ) i 1 ! : :. . I 1 - II i .!..... I: .1 .- III I 01' it ' ' taiuoi.e- i'.- 1 ' rry i fa1- jrainin :ijiporfi rs t! r. , the -rate. Hi- pr .-peets for i .ni.;o.':o!; are Jo-kin l.'etttr vi-ryd.iy. Qur Schools. 1 ;: 1 Iv-JiCICR I-diler-in-Chief .-. r.i .i :i , 11 i'.. 1. vo;,' 1 ''.on , Associate Kditoi ..yt - ha - n ! .1: ro d to 'h -ol. i;..r.'-n v: t. .. -.-l.t ..1 'i'-ioflay i' ik- h -s 1 -:t . '.-h'.f.; (j wet d .' ui lor Wat- 1 ;.- I ul v r 1 1 t : t 1 lit Til - lit" Up the h-'.t Sv liool to takiii. tiioir .;mi r o:n had ;i ' h'.iu- Oil a 1 , .: . '.o'ori -;a i:t Friday .'. rn it. l.h-t ri's room ' : ' ! ti'.S e; ,:. :- s r. 01 h ; t.i. r 1 .s l : i.-.,i , . :f. -i m i (.. - v. 1 ' ; r. : r . f Miss 1, ., , v r for;.", t i .i! i'i on A I'.i.oi. C K" i ta.lv ar co . 1 ia-t 1 a,'.. . o .. "Gov. r ciri" iiiv al IL' il e- r.u .1 .1 t" . ;t:i i! t-!.. or i . . " s 1 i.r . i- -v- ii. ,n ::al t .t 1 10 oi... r JMI'-Ii ". . - - .1 - !. th" -rao- ri.re .1: . o eat ,.'i a';, lite ' 1 ,; spoiol lh- p..: - 1:. one ' t I la- ; ' -. -' . 01 to a ;a -n. 1 ' 1. 1 . 1:. : ;o 1 1 M.'ii'ol.o'i . .t' t .. ;p... -ami .I:;;:; :' i;.: o: . Tii" at-- -1 xp- t . 1.1 i- jlidl' lal :.' I .11 ' !M"!ir may ir- .i'm '. It liO-'Ul 1" l' i ' .'.'' 1 two. J-.-i- ''I " 1 01 J i - a.. (.'0!i!in.l' il li.v tii" p tity loio-.'ii:.- r , ji.-i us are I he - . c! l i;i" for o'r'r,.il:-.r a an ex cuti vc odi -. - if!i toe Am rioait venerut ami lor the ja neiury, h i.v'.r, the create-: cai is t.o.'-n 111 makaik' a chjicoof caiid'.it.tti s tor tlu -e jii'licial places. Tie- aliie-r and m-t xp ri"i.ci .1 lawyers are ptciietl out for Hie h. neh. The pri'Mimpt.oa-r.i of inf. nor prae tioiiers in uspiMiiH' to Micii a po.-itioii is severely r duiLod in tie rare c.i-es in which, leoau-e ot ' e:-.ct j.; ioa.d t ar .-.iia-stances, a candidate w h(i is unworthy, or at least not the m ,.-r worthy, m curt s a place u.s nuaili.ee on th" J. 1 (3 tiektt, the people at tloJ Jn.ll-, hhow with empha-is t!:e w ay they are ripahle of discriminating in matt- r- j'Tt:nuii: to the judicial sy-tem of the state. The result of all t!ii.- care is that the judicial dcpaitim nt of the state run.-, along smoothly, discharging without friction or u. du e. .n. -.);: p-ocduie the duties it is lot. inh d to di.-chai go, j-t 1 -forms itn ork i-ei and ii tains the confidence ot the-p"i .jut', A v.t-'ly dif ferent stilt of a'dairs can h" easily im agined with a judiciary of li.-.s calibre and less int. tnty. The tr.nl 1 r I hh that control these Belt ction for j udieial o!hc s idiould hecx tended to include, at least to h.uuc ex tent, tho selection of inoumh"iits for of lices in the other two departments of the utato government. Men ot intelligence and judgment are to h) de.-ir d, hut an indispourahle qualification in vi"W of prevailing tendencies should bo integri ty of tho strictest type and a keen s nso of tho obligations imiose,l by the accept ance of a trust from the c. le It i becau-e those in sympathy with a largo and influential flemt nt in the state have a very high ideal ( f what is demanded in the person selected tv") fill the rhicf magistracy that they r pup porting as the. distinctive representative of that clement the candidacy of Mr. 1). M. Ferry. II d Mr. Ferry chosen the law an his profession, thero if n't a particle of doubt that, if he rl1rwl on th attainment V f middle life to give up the lucerne of a tu.Cotiful practice, he would be ele- 1 t ;"V r f I'.ti il.iv, , 1 1! I M - I' l.t " ai l .'0 .-S l rlh I -1.0 - l h i to .- fay. .--Vt -.id .")' ;i :. ra .rave f.0.1- ;.' ;o.:'t -'-it . iiii iing iv a-; ; W. ..ii - i tv ". 1 ... 'S. ,'!.i 11, i , , - . r ;. -d ho A p. 1 a -a III. . ;1" i.r-t , .r:i .-i. L : 'I p. ! -! . I nur-.iav lao- wa- 1 :t irt'-.i 1 tic- r ti:-ri game a i r: , ,v ,,:or tti d i' Iii' s or" 1' f return I'i -al la-t r.- h i; 1 ; I i 1 .v i 1 . t:..- - -..re ! iii !..- 1 (.! A ; 1 d .. .. . g: a : h .V" p.: 'cii . d t a n ft.-w I u..-, ' ' 1 u 11 ' a :md t.n. of it .'ig.ei.ins . ami have Irani' d two ii- w pa t u it s tor their r.-om. Ti.-- t m i lot e- iiiuiy en nnji! ;;is f 10:11 M. Loi.is m t tlo or cmo! del, -at ;:t the haod-i i A'.ma il' Ji S -h .1 fuesday ;t!fi ! nooii by I h -c ire if ' to Th ' A s: ral il;t ry clas g ive- Miss ( aiit ;i vt ry pa a-ai.t surpi is" I'M Moti toty evening. Dainty refreshments were s.-rved and a pleasant time was re p )itt d by till. S. Z Convint'cn. Tlie foll-jv. ing i.- the program cf the Arcat' 1 lo.vn-idp IS. 8. conveiiti .n to he i.eld 111 the hav.- h. hool h(iu.e, Sunday, dut.e J7, (OMiiu tod by the president, Kev. A. 1. B iwman : 1 1 ! i- .DO.N -K-ON. t . .liuii .: I-. , lal I., (i. M. II He h trir-on Va ti ot . Prut U . K. H- a- II .ii-.. t.. Hun-' V,-loi:;iN .Mi-llt len I'alrn r I'..- . i'o p. to :n... I'rt -. nt t fie I4. S I.i-m-mi . J. It. ISAttili I I'm .! I, p;. 1 ; tin nt u W orttniiKtoo I, ie.-Oi.ll l'.OV IAKMS11 -r.(). I 0 . .t .. a! l.xen ot -. . l.t 1 liy la . J. II Humor v ii v ;'.v tl e ( . S'tl to t lie H Ml hell ? (1 M. 1 1 Mt li iiioti Mi-- uii .1 Hi" li ny spitit in tie- s. S Work. ... J L. Miller ( 'i.-isr eraro.p . . . I:.-V. J. it. Hoover K' :e oi I 010 1 otion t. E Hull Ciri of Thaaks. We de-Fire to publicly express our li art ft It thanks to the kind friend and neighbors who assistcrl uh during our late sad lercavement. Especially do we thank tho members and ladies of the M. h church for their many kindnesses. Mil. and Mrs. V. II. Kixcii. ACarJ. We, tho undersigned, do hereby agree to refund thn money oa a 60-cent buttlo of Greene's Warranted Syrup of Tar if it fail.H to cure your cough or cold. We a!o guarantee a 2 -cent bottlo to prove satisfactory or money refunded. FirinrtAit Ar Mi'T.iior.T.AND, Alma. LiviNs it Rhodes, Alma. Kb lyr' FnEt lliiiox, Uivtrdalo. q Churches Societies, j ( IH KClHiS. St. John's church : First Sunday af ter Triuity. Celebration 7 :'M a. in. Morning servico 1U:.'J0 Sunday School 11 :.'U. Fveniug service 7 :ao p. m. Baptist church: i'reaching at the usual hours morning and evening by llev. ,1. Oii.beof AlmaColh ge. Sunday School follows the morning service. Young people's meeting at G p. 111. stand ard time. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. Tho graduating class of the high school will worship at tho Presbyterian church next Sabbath morning, the pas tor preaching tho graduation sermon. In the evening the last illustrated ser mon on the Life of Christ will bo given. All are invited. SOCIETJF.S. "A regular convocation of Alma Chap ter, No. IS.i, K. A. M will bo held on Monday evening, June lMli. Work in P. M. degree. All members are cordial ly invited. M. Pou-a.-ky, II. P. 8 Dedal Sale ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Hon. Perry F. Powers, of Cadillac was in Alma last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Clargett returned home from Ionia Saturday last. Mr;-. S. V. lli'lleiibeck is spending the week with relatives in Grand Kapids. Mesdames .1. W. and M. A. Holmes were in Grand iianids Tuesday, Dewey day. II. X. Hayes went to Grand Kapids Tin (.day to attend tho Dewey celebra tion. liev. C. L. IJlanchard of Ilig Kapids vi-itetl his parents in Alma the first of the week. Waldo Uogart went to Grand Kanids this week as delegate to the Great Camp K U. T. M. Miss Kornice Cook of Mt. Pleasant was the gue-t of Mrs. H. J. Vt-rmeuleu over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L Chadwick of Ithaca were the guo-ts of Mr. and Mrs. K X. Chadwick ovtr Sunday. Mr. and Mr-. II. .!. WTnehell are en tertaining their son, Wwlter II , and bride of Montpt ih r, O , this week. Mrs. (iiorge llm-ley left Thursday f 1 Kay City where she expects to visit friends during th" n xt two weeks. J. W. Holmes and J. W. Fullert n wut to Fiu.-hing Tuesday to attend a reunion of their regimt-nt, the ;th Mich. Inft. Mrs. A. C. Middaughof Stanton wa in Alma Wednesday while 011 her w ay to Flint and was the guest i f Mrs G. l). Wilson. .1. J. Kirndollar, wife and son of Coll'eyville, Kas., are stopping in Aln.a for a few days and are guests at the Wright House. Lafayette Stevens has purchased the Thomas Ferris h-v.is.. recently built in the Ward iV Hall addition north on Woodworth ave. A ten pound girl arrived at the home c.f Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Hill Wedm-.-day m irning. An addition to the Seiner class of the College. .dis Mai tin Dill, in of K'alania .0. who has been visiting her M-tor. Mrs. Frank K 'Hin, for the p.i-t two weeks, returned home Tuesday. The Pine Kiver and C unity Line Farmer Clubs will j du 111 a larmeis' picnic in Otto Mey'.- grove .July l?h and invite all to p-nticipi,'. with them. Mrs. L. K. M .riis.d Koekfnrd, wli has been vi-iting her br-dher, .J. A. Webb'-r. ;oil oth.-r relatives here f, r th. pa-t few weeks, returned home Tie . iav. J. K. Gaul of Ionia, repres-rititig the buna TontiTic Inve-tni' nt ( .V., has b' en mi Alma this v.ei k set duo; ns several claims and incid ntally wrding a Io a Il'-'V COlitl ilftS. The Woman's Foreign Missionary So cioty of th" M. L church ni.-t at to. lo me 1 t Mrs. M. McLaren Thursday t.i ia-t wt .k and enj iyed a line j rogram A sp ( 1 vi I f-'iitur" of tlie afteli 0011 w e riie talk by Mi-- Ihiruiioa 1, a -tu lent h Toreign tm.--.oi!.-;ry w.irk. The Ladies'( Juild of t. .Tolm's church field an t Mi.i i-iiv s a' the ho;n" o; Mr. it'ld Mt A.J. Hall i;t-t evcniM.. T'i" P ature cd' tic v ning u i.s tho r ing by t if i.c in ; r- t h-w w :h ha-. :-rii"d tin ;r ti i! ir lor tie- Guild ll-mi-It. fr -lino 'i'- : r- r ,- d ami a Vei jilea-'ant evening enj iyed. Mvrtl" .M V. a..,, i a; , il .y If. .Will. . wt-in married 'J nnr-d tv ;tt th Dime of the bri 1 -"s p.u. nts m th pros 'iicii of a fe.v invio-d friends and relatives. K"v. L L Sincb ir ollp-iating. The ili-;t !.;:!) extends congriituhtti ins We will give a more xtendud account of tho Wedding to Xt week. J din Fitzgerald died at the home of hH s m, Dennis Fitgt raid, in Sumtn.-r ton la-t Friday, aged i years The d ce.i- "d Jiad lt""ii sutl-ring witli cane, r of th" head for some tim and it finalh r suit"d in lus di-ath. He fcrmerly r sideti on ii farm n -ar Mt 1 rid, bat ab :V "ight months ago h s .Jd his farm and sii co has made his h"ine with his s n l'he funeral was held Sunday at :tn p m. from St Patri"k's church, Summer ton, Kev. Francis Kroger pre tt hing the funeral serm ni, ami the remains were laid at re.-t in the Sumnierton cemetery. A I'reachor's Troubles. Ai.mon.Wis The Utv J. X. V..nNaUtr feels it his duty to tell what Dr. Chase's Ointment has done for him and his family, he says: "My wife was terribly sdllicted with protruding piht and contemplated a surgical operation when my notice was drawn to Dr. Chase's Ointment and less than" oih box cfivctcd a complete cure I the a used it for mi unsightly and trouble some skin affection which had hafikd the best medical skill for 25 years. Dr. Chase's Ointment perfectly cured it. For piles and skin troubles, it is worth its weight in gold." Thousands of sufferers are daily find ing relief, why not you? Seud stamp to pay postage ind we will send you a free sample box of Dr. Chase's Oint ment which is positively guaranteed to cure piles and all skin troubles, joc, all drucguts. or Dr. A. W. Chase Med. Co.. Huffalo, X. Y. "Take Heed Will Surely Speed " He sure to heed the first symptoms of indigestion, nervousness and impure blood, and thus avoid chronic dvspep sia, nervous prostration and ail the tviU produced by bad blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is your safe-guard. " It cjuickly sets the stomach right, strengthens and quiets the nerves, puri fiej, enriches and vitalizes the blood and keeps up the health tone. All liver ill aru cured by Hood' Tills. on our entire stock ...STRAW HATS... this week. Kvery Hat goes at O N K-II A L P V 11 1 C K. Come and supply yourself ii! and family for the summer. H For Low Prices come to has. j Opera House Block Ed Si Alma, Mich. EXCURSIONS VIA TMG Pere Marquette ( IIICAt.O. Prohibition Convention. One fare rate. Sell Juuo -'(5 and 27. Return Juue :. DKS MOINES, IA, Music Teacher's Convention. One fare rate plus s,'.:,o. Sell June 17 to 21. 1U turn June 2:i. oliKlUJN, o. College Reunion. One fare rate. Sell dune 22 to 27. Return June :0. rilll.ADKU'HIA, i'A. Republican National Convention. One tare rate. Sell June 14 to lb. Re turn June 2G. H. F. Moki.lek. Acting O. P. A. Asrents Wantel To sell the Marsh Reading Stand and Revolving hook Case. Rest cilice or library atticlo ever patented, and sells everywhere on sight, at a good profit. Why stand idle with such a chance to make money? Ask the publisher of this paper to show you sample of this stautl, or write us for full particulars at once. H '.! t;.m M ak.-h Mko. Co., Is'o. o42 West Lake-st., Chicago. If troubled with rheumatism, give Chambet Iain's Pain-Halm a trial. It will not cot yen a cent if it does no good. One application will relieve the pain. It .also cures sprains r.nd bruises in one-third the time reipiired by any other treatment. Cuts, burns, frostbites, 'piinsey, pains in the side ami chet, grandular and other swellings are (juick U eund by apphing it. livery bottle .varranlcd. Price, and 50 cents iH'O-tt Siiakkak Mruiou.ANn. If tl:e testimony of prominent and ii-tiii;'iiished nun in every sphere of 'lie be a -ittlicient guarantee for the re liability of a mt iiii "ine toe'dect w hat it if : epre-t. ntt d to tlo, Marguire's Cunduraii 0 hitters b;i! an array of such as would onvince the most skt tical. For sale y sliarr;ir vV Mulholland, Druggists. WEW DEPARTURE! ONE MONTH FREE, Dr. A. H. Spinney, of Detroit, also proprietor of K'ecd City Sanitarium, is coming-to your town, where he will remain fur one day only to give the sick an opportunity to consult him that cannot see him at his Sanitarium. The doctor has so much faith in the experience he has had in treating chronic diseases that he will give one month's treatment and medicine free. Ar.so fki:k sukcical opkkations to ALT, TIIOsi: THAT AKK TOO POOR TO TAV. All that he asks in return is that every patient will state to their friends the results obtained by his treatment. Ml forms of chronic diseases and de formities treated. No man in this State lias had such extended expe rience in the treatment of CATARRH, P.YR. EAR, THROAT AND LUNO UI5UASE9 as the doctor. He gradu ated H7 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio; wa- la years in general pra" tice; after that lectured as Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in Detroit Homeopathic Medical College for 2 years; was '.l years Superintendent of Alma and Ypsilanti Sanitariums. This experience, combined with many years' study in the best hospitals in hc country, and examining and treating- thousands of chronic cases, has prepared him to cure when thcencral practitioner fails. Have you been sick for jcars? Are you encouraged ? Call ami see us, we will tell wit whether we can cure you or not. If we cannot cure you, we will tell you what relief vo can give you. ."iKemeinbert one month will be absolutely free medicines, surgical operations, and the benefit of all our -kill to all who are too poor to pay. i:ir methods of treatment is all that is h:i nvn by all tho schools, with the aid of electricity, that most wonderful of all agents in Paralysis, Loss of Power, Wheumatism, and all diseases of the i.ervoua system. (Jo early, as my office is always crowded. N I!. due m-. Tumor. Htond and Pk.n Pis a m curd br a nw rtiMU. Pile cure,! in from 5 tn .li) itar withaut the knife. Kemale anj prtvat" dis..o ,f all forrnn treated nac rfully. Many p. tient that cannot be treated at home can be cur 1 at our Sanitarium, which i in charte of tli tiet of me.ltcal it Will, under the do lor's ilirevt'on. Trm for board and t rat-tKoit the I w't of any sanitarium or hc eital in the t'niicd Stains. Remember, we give a written guar - -i n cure every case of IML.I;4 atvJ UJPTURl;. Also, wo I vcalying-itj i.)pital department it bur Sanitar una. Sctid for Journal DR. SPINNEY will bo at tho Wright Houso, Alma,Tuo9day,Juno 2Cth from 10:00 a. m. to 4;00 p. m. 9l Alma Woolen Mills Rebuilt with New Machinery. W'li do you sell your wool for 20c jntr lb. wlitm you can realize 40c jer lb. for it in comfort this winter? The wise man prepares today for tomorrow, tben why not bring your wool and have it manufactured into Blankets, Flan nels, Yarn, Mitts, Hocks, etc. We make Custom Carding and Spinning a specialty. Roll Carding 5c and 6c per lb. All other prices to correspond, and don't forget your wool. (rive me a call ALMA WOOLEN MILLS, H. W. Mooro, Prop. 1 TTivT mm U1 ( ixfdr.ls, 5.1 r fnts jicr sri:ClAL.l ricj-..- Three Prices. The three grades in The Herrick Shoe for women are ditinj;uished by three fair price. $2.50 $3.00 $3.50. The $3.(0 and 3.50 shoes are of a little better quality than the $.50 shoe a little more select in the uppers, a little better heel, a little better quality of leather, but tthe workmanship in all "three grades it reliable t ijht straight through. The Herrick Inner sole will appeal stron ly to all women and especially to the woman with tender feet the " cushion" effect makes walking very easy. Three grades and each one is guaran teed $3.50 $3.00 $3.50. pair less than abovo prices. .'amf iii,l -. plainly ttantftil uti S It nf try shot. The Herrick Shoe. F. E. POLLASKY, Agont, Alma. W, R. PUrmort -DENTIST In the new I'ollasky Block. Telephone No. 42. CECIL CARL FORSYTH, Late Teacher and Lecturer Metropolitan College of Music, Toronto tcacmcr or Piano, Voice and Theory of Music, Special attention given to both Ad vanced l'upils and Iicgiuners. Address Aim a. iRM.Hydel mufrv nwn xl C. E. CHANDLER, AUCTIONEER. All klnrli of Mercharnliie and Farm Troperty sold. Term-" reasonable. Kats can be madu at Kr.iOHD OIH -e. IiUTTEUNUT.MICU S AiMal Dividends... PAYABLE MONTHLY. Amounts of $20 and up wards received. Write for particulars. LIVERY AND SALES STABLE. !l 10 Cent Feed Barn. 8 i Special Attention to the rt Commercial Trade. U Open at all Times. Nlsht ti g or Day. M 5 g OPPOSITE HOTEL ARCADA. STANDARD INVESTMENT CO., DETlt0o6,-PhambrofeommeTcH. hjJUmBntlBXB Go, BRIDGEPORT. CONN. Do not buy a Monument of any kind without investigating White Bronze for durability and price. C. A. KIPP, HOO tf st. Louis, Mich. C. H. DECKER, JOBBING CARPENTER AND CONTRACTOR. T bulll evfrTthiiiff In nvr litu. EtimtPi furnished opon rtquekt. Hot 3IU Alma, j MRS. NQRAH STEARNS, PROFESSIONAL NURSE Maternity Cases a Specialty. Terms Reasonable. Good References. Addre l. Lock Dox W, Alms JdUb.