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t-'i mn ti.r SH iikI. OtbO, Wont I In the Bret opening r Oklahoma to Hettlt-rs ,p lsv the filit. H i this p. i per was iit'ni: tin tnanv seekern after a fortr.ne who made the big rare mm Ban daj ! Apr!?. During ,lls travel lag about end afterwards bii r-ampiag ua on h:.- laim, be encountered much bad Water, which, together with t ii i rare beat save bis a rerj ten a dlarrhcaa win. h i Died elmeel Impossible ti check, and along In June the ease be eaai m bad be spec! ed to die 1 tae day n" his Deifhbon brougbt bin one mall bottle of Chamberlain! Cot" ic. Cholera and Dlarrhoa Remedy as a last hop-' A tun doee was given f'ltn while he was rolling about on the ground In great agony, and la ; tew minutes the dene was repeated. The K(Hii effect of the medicine was soon Both ed and within an hour the patient was taklag iiis Bret louad Bleep for a fortnight. That one little bottle work ed a complete core, aad he cannot help bat feel grateful The leaaon for bow l dleorden belag at baad suggests this Item r.r eale by Blvem i Roadee PROBATE COURT. Michigan Pensioners. Waehlngton, June 9. Michigan pen elons were granted Monday as follows: David J Watkloe, $17; Joseph P Bab cork. $v Bamuel B Lewie, $io. Alon to Barrett, $1L'. James Brogan, $17. Aee: N Pi :c;f"r $v Rphralm ; Fvan els. 6; Bylvanus it Cola, fi": George H . Dye $12; Hehecca J. Cllne, 8; Hul dah L Williams. $12; Cella Branchaau $12 Annie M Van Cleave, $s; EHsa beth C Gates, $12; Mary I. Paine, i USUAL CNIST Oh CASES GROUND OUT BY JUDGE SE AVER June 6, OaO. Iuun was appointed gutrdiaa of Uodi Dunn i minor. a petition wa Bled lot appoint moot of in adminlatratof in estate of Justin Breckenridge and hearing wa Used July Patltloo wai fllad lot appolntmaat of idmloletrator In t;ite of Jeblli Bel me, an inmate of the Soldiers ii ome at i . i and Rapida Bearing lied for .1 uly 7. Monday. Sonars 0 de wa app. In ted idmtalatratoi of eatate of Tnreeai Meeker License wa granted to Qeorge it. Qlbba, of Carson City, to gel! real ee late of John B, EUieaall, an kaeonpe tent tealdtog lo North Shade, to pay debts. Ileal estate will be sold A tig- ; list 1 I Batata of Alouso Starkweather wai lettled ou (aide of oourt and pr oeed lings for appointment of an admin I ti itoi dleantned. Licease wai granted to Minnie E. Cbaoie to eell real eatate of Adelyan T. ('naptn. of Bethany, to pay debte, Bale tixed for July 87, I REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Cuts. Bruises and Burns Quickly Healed. Chamberlaln'i Pain Balm It an ant i .)'!' I liniment, and when applied to cut.-, bruieee ami hums, cauaeathemto Iheal without maturation and much .Jjesore quickly than i the usual treat m nt. For eale by Biveni a- Roadee. BUDS AND FLOWERS OF HOWE LIFE. Paine'i 0 It ry Com ad M.ikis and Keeps the Children Well and Btroag, others Hal :! the Home Medicine For ti:'.1 Little Ones. The children, liod Mess them, are the buds and flowers t i tu b ones. Without their prattle and hearty laughter, ur homei would be desolate. They should ever be carefully tended in childho id and youth, if we expect them to ripen into perfect men and women. In th h me and at school, the children have i limes ol ill health and suffering, We often note ih i aUkl and bloodteas cheeks, heaw eye, ner movements, and twitch in- 'f limbs and muactea, They complain of headache, drowsiness, weariness, dyspepsia, and indigestion, All such symptoms and ail MMl mean that the seeds ol disease will have a fat and firm bold, unlets proper meajuwi are taken to restore a perfect condition of health. Thottaands d wise and prudent parents have made their children ha py, healthy, and vigor ous by giving them nature's medicine, Faint's Celer) C np tund. In many severe and com pli.i'i ! cases, Paine's Celery Compound has restored health when the little ones were given up b) hysictana, If your deal ones are not as hearty, strong, and tugged a- the should be, try the health giving virtues i ' Palm ' Celery Compound. It makes and kc ih i hildren well. S4H. Wl 7S5 x rtcO Mini ioo taoo 1 llXI Furnished by Register A. H l.owry- s I. Bennett toC 11 Ingereoll etw. Iota I 9 A 10, tu :. Caae'a mui. Aimn i i:io Htephen I'erry to It C Mtckela, eH of j r nw i. s-c m. Elba Normaa Bradford to Wm L Retd, it i4 of nv'. M-e l Wheeler . .... Arnos Bradford to Wm L lie Id, am of dw ti, s,c . W heeler W D Coleman to Wm L Bold, pt s1, of ii w'4, mx- x. Wbeelet A n, BCook to Joa ;m t.kt nl.urtf . Uml iuSt Louis LJ Bailey to i; E Thompsoa, land In larssn . Bertba Carnentor to (o . aidrtcb, tt s', oi !! . sec , ;. w heeler Oora A Roeni to Lena K Oroaaer. lane In Alma M arena Smith to Wm Hmttb, pt w . or i. w 4 . sei'.lft, , ii I,-. . . , Newell I aard to Peldon Cnldwell, nt lot ia b.fe av st. Louis i N Won fort el a to J W Burgees, - of sw aec jii. Arcada ni j l ' Phelps to T It ha nan, pi s.- , ,,f - a i s,-, 3n. Seville-.. .. ::r.". J It kirby to r t W ill, i. in. pi 4. i,u " Ithaca njm N r i in i , ii ii Daniel Andrews nH of w i. sec U ami 1 ton . BOO Emma Hlmmona to D Androwa, pi sa of on , . s- ti,. Hamilton (00 l Andrews to N C Uunn, in sw' of n'j s c in. Hamilton icoo Kat it Rarrlnftton to Kob't Coon, loi H I nod, m. Louis aarj Marriage Licenses CIih II. Knowlea, 21, North Shade: Ad M Smith, 21, BJootuar I laetd 1 1 JohQttuo, 30, Luubam CVj : Elizabeth K : ns. 1 ;. Anna Drowned In a Fit. Port Huron, Mich., dune s. Duaeai Frasor. while Behlng off a dork back ti Janee white s realdeaee, on ftiark riv.-r. Sunday mornitiK. wa.s tak-n with a spoil and fll into tho water and wan drowned before assistance could reach him Tho yoUBg man was 'j years old. lie has ben inbject to theae sprll for lome timo and hai had mmy narrow escapee from drowning before on this account, house its mcilc bright and CO!) with DIAMOND DYES Pillow and table covert, curtaina, portieres, afhaoB. tidies, and chair coverings, may be dyed beautiful and artistic colors. Direction honk ri i lived (ample free. DLM"M 1'YKH, iturlinfH u.Vt. Attention, Farmer: v.; remain la the North Hnd sta in doori s:x mouths in tht- veaf coneuniog what yon i ii e during the other a;a month ? ",. South wirf on G n WOI k OQt "f dooiB ve: v month in the fr. end where u ;ri- ptodnc tv ing aotnethlng the year ronu.. if vou art .i stock ntistr you know your Itoch o t now "eating their head?- off' rind, besides have to he protected from the r,or ol wm'i-r by rz pensive she ter Cist ol pi duction determines place oi o mi lioa, end AlahaaM nd P.orida can producg heel end aheep cheaper than any othet state, aad must becoeae the center of a great industry al- W ready begnn Bcoaonsical stok feeding reuire; the romliina tion of both Beth forming and fat'formiflg fOOdl ! certtin prop rtions Alabama and Florui t contain nnlliotisof m - of unutilised cheap range . aad these laii'ls whfii cultivated io dure in abundance the velvet beau and I asava,the first a liesh producer, aud the latter a fat producer, and they are the cheapest and best fattening ma terials known to the world. If you are interested and desire further information on the BUD lei t, address ' G. A. PARK, i- ii i x i I mi ii -i rial Mad I in in Ik ' " tin !; LCMTlaVILLBd NAHM VILLI it i: LOUISVILLC. KV 1 1 I M I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I yrisht -ous garbcrHop 1 ShlGEL WILSON . Prop. j Two Chairs and Prompt T oui v i yxj X Hath ltoina in connection. Hot 4 T tClold Batiia at any time. iititiun Mill I Ml Typhoid From Impure Water. FKnt. Mich . Juno S. During a pic nic held on tho banks of Swart. Crook by tho pupils of one of the rooms of the Oah street school, two weeki ao Bovoral of the Children drank from Mio Itream at a point below whorp ?i"vacp empties Into the creek. Five of the Children aro now down with typhoid fever and the health officer Is invest gating a Frightened Horse. Running 1 1 k mad down the street dumping the occupants, nt a hsndred other accidents, ere every day occur rencea It behoove! everybody to have a reliable salve handy and there's tu ne as good as Bncklcn'a Amice Balvi Bums, cuts, sores, ecseme end piles dii appear quickly urnler its SOOthiog i :.e t. 15c, si Bharrar St Mulholland 1 '.iwj store. Try forfleaih; m South Peoria t.. Can too, III . I tet 7, 1902 Eight months ac I e si so ill thai I was compelled to s or sit lown nearly all the time. My itomaeh was c 1 weak and upet that I could k-p nothiag on it and I fomited Crequenuy. I Could not urinate w ithoot great pain and I oOUffbed ho aisn h that my throat anl luntrs were raw and sop'. The doctors pro nounced it Hright's die-ase and others said it WSJ consumption, it mattered little to me what they called it ami I had no d' sire to live. A intT i lited me frm St. Imis and ii-k I n,e if I had ever tnl Wine 1 f 1 ardui, I tld hef I had not and she bought a bottle. I believe that it snvi'd my life. I b 1 many women could save much Buffer ing if they but knew of its valu- Ikn't you want f r. m from pain? Take Wine of 'ardui and make one naaBUM effort t- be well. You do not d to b, a weak, aelpSSM sufferer. Ten can have a woman's health and do a woman's work in life. Why not secure a lottle of Wine gj Cardui from your druggist to day? WMECARDM HE TURNS IT AS1UE Bliss Vetoes Lockerby's Surety Bond Measure. SAYS WOULD BC A BURDEN Beth Houses Adjourn Out of Respect to Durand's Memory Reported Kelly and Westover Have an Elev enth Hour Primary Bill, THE BUSINESS RECORD Lansing. Mich , Juno 9. QOYernOf Mis has vetoed Beaator Locherby'i surety bond un ;isure. in his veto message, the governor says: "The most Importaal pro vision of this measure is the oonferrlni of authority upon all elective or Bp point ive offices, whenever renuired b the laws of this siato or by the action sf the board of lupcrvlsors or board of county auditors of any county, or the 'ownship hoard of any township or the common council of any leci r poratad city or village In this stnt', to furnleh a bond, to procure sucb bond from any company duly authorised to execute the same ami to charge the eipense thereof to the treasury nf th StatO, county, township, city or villa.-. as the eaae may ha, the payment of BUCb fees being made mandator). In See Insurance the ital 1 has adopted ' the policy of carrying Its own msur ance If this is a wise policy, the Queetion may vrell be naked, why should the ta;' io to the exp nse of Insuring the honesty of its official 1? I do not believe in Imposing the burden created by this measure upon ti municipal organisations Of the tate unless it Ii something they do r,:re." Aftet the house had been i:-. session forty minutes last evealag and as w wa about to resolve Itself Into com mittee of the whole to consider seven bills on the general order, Repn nta tlve Hemans, the Democratic leader, obtained the floor and announced the death of Judge Durand, moving an ad journment out of reaped to his mem nry. The motion was carried unani mously Th- senate took .-imilar action, aho by unanimous vote, noon motion of ienator Bcullen, the Democratic mom her. who made the announcement lo 'h ti body. Tin- death of the distinguished jurist h ri j- produced a profound Impression in legislative Circles, and expressions of renp't and sympathy are universal To many the passing of .Judce Purand bring- with it I -. rise of personal be raavemeat. Another Primary Bill. It 1 1 reported Senators Kelly and WeetOVOr ar.' framing a primary elec tion hill, to be handed the house at the eleventh hour. Senators seem to be amused at the idea. Neither faction has any intention whatever of serious ly considering it. It is supposed lo provide for the direct nomination of county and city officers Administrationtets approached on the subject last night unanimously op posed the proposition to call an extra session of the legislature to enact a primary reform bill. None of the ma chine seem to take the Idea BCliOUSlj Governor Dliss exprcsfed his deep regret when advised of the death of Judite Ceorge H. Durand and at once directed that the flags on the state house be displayed at half staff. Suit able action on the death of Judge Du rand will bo taken by the supreme court and the jutlces will probably at tend the fiin.-ral Thursday. Corporations That Have Done Bual ness at Linting. Lan-in. Mich.. ItUM I, The foil v Ing corporal ions Bled articles of asso emtioa with the secretary of state dur lag the past week: Oliver Hotel "o, Escanaba, 121,000; Itaaiftee Lead & Timber Co.. Manistee, 175,000; North Michigan Land and i.u Stock Co., Uewistoa, ISO, 000; Colon Creamery Co, Colon. $1.7.".", Kel!yKeens Wheel Co.. Jachsoa, ISStOOO; Oraad Rlvat Valley Co-operative Creamery Co., Bastmaaville, S,&00; Hillsdale Hard erare 'o.. Hillsdale, 110,000; Fair banks, Morse k Co., Detroit, $iooio; farmers' Threshing Co., Allegan, $4, 000; Star Drug Co. Menton Harbor, $5,000; amerlcan Pi nance arid Becuri ties Co. Detroit and Dover. Del $1,000,000; Norway Co-operative so elety, Norway. 150,000; Central City Co-operative society. JscltSOn, S 5,000 Noncapitalised corporations: Church of Christ Hay City; Young Woman's Christian association, Battle Creek; Israelite House of David, Benton Har bor Bwedlsb Evangelical Lutheran Bethany Deward; Oerman Evangelical Cross I'-ru-r ;. 11 . UoytM- Ci' I neajri , t M Sep1101 N every mnitr n th.- ur ru wbere butur 1, is Bssde, ) u ;ii fj.-.j thcee machteca r.l .0 ; n c;.t.iblilKd a ;ciK fur tlicir sal Over 400.000 of t:um arc In lis!.1 u is ; mon than ten time-, all other makes combined. After twentyfour ycare cf uninterrupted : cess, they remain to-day the world's leadtn ; A mat hinc. I t J Fougnt Under Jeff Davis. Ottsville, Mich, June K. ,UncleM Daniid K Adams of this Milage claims and is without doubt entitled to, the distinction of beint! at the sanio time the youngest and the oldest lurvlvtng soldier of the ar with Mexico, for ai- BlOUgh now but T' years of age, be ll the youngest survivor in years, and by his service the oldest of 'hit struggle. Another distinction c laim d for the old gentleman Ii that be Ii the oldest sol dier in the active practice of law. Mr. Aiiams not only served In 'he army during the difficulty with Mexico but he also participated in the campalgai of the civil war aa a member of Com pany 0, Pourtb Michigan volunteer Infant rj Major Jefferson Davis, after ward president of the confederacy was one of bii Immediate superiors during the Mexican war. I .! and IiikuII "Why don't you grow?" said Tom Reed to Senator Ingall Porn years ago, when both men were In the serv ice of the people at Washington. "Ah," Paid Ingalls. who was of very plight stature, "I'm too much interest ed In my fellows' life and property to n sen me to your magnificent height and proportion." "And ll not that my concern, too'.'' asked Reed deliberately. "Impossible!" said Ingalls. "WalkOB the edge of a board walk and you lift up the other end; stand in the middle and you break through. The people's Rufety lies In your being a middle of the road ruau." Some days after Reed found Ingalls In a Stat of mental distraction. "Just Wallowed the gold fillings of this front tooth." explained Senator Ingalls, pointing to the caponed cavity. IIo'-I laughed Immoderately. Redrew hlms.Jf up to bis full height As a vic tor be st'HJd; his time of revenge had COUle. MIngallS, I congratulate you. Vou are now worth your weight In gold " I GRATIOT COUNT Y AGENCY .1. h Hailii'K .- Son Alma i h l .. n w wmwbv riiillU) v. 1 1 I Li II Dealers In Agricultural Implements. Wagons. Buggies, etc LATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Drowned While Swimming. While IWlmming nar Salinas, Ca!., three young men, William Steigelman, Sid White and BSpperly, were caught by the undertow and drowned. Italy's Day. Constitution day, th anniversary of the Signing I f the Ital ian constitution, was appropriately eel ebrated at the Italian embassy In Wl hlngton Monday. Over 40u ItaliaO wore received by the Italian amtia? a Jor and ambassadress. Dogs Chewed Him to Pieces. John ftagus, aged in, was fatally hurt by a kennel of twenty-five houndi As he was approaching the kennel of Fu Brneet the bounds seised blm ai d lore him almost piecei Mrs Braest seriously hurt In trying to raacue 12 boy Honor Confederate Dead. The I I memor ial SOrvlCOi in honor of the COD federate dead interred in the confeder ite section at Arlington cemetery U'achingtnn, were held Sunday. Th"v comprised the decoration of the grave. With flowers and an add real by Hon fohn v. Wright of Toannescc Melting Snow Causes Washouts. Disastrous floods In northern Idaho Saused by the rapidly melting snow in the mountains, are CattSlag OOOSldi r lhN trouble to the Great fofthem railroad. Great stretches of Cmbaul mrt along the Kootenai river have saed in. nrd it probably will tie tWl waekl before traffic fiver the reguli- route can be resumed Kodol Gives Strength by ennhling the digestive organs to M rst, seefaillate mid transform all of the wholesome food that may be eaten 1 to the kind of Mood that nourishes the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens the muscles and recuperates the organs of the entire body. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures ,igestion, dyspepsia, catarrh of tVh omach and all the stomach dt"r Sold by Rivins A Khodet it Th A ,r Tts. NPenn's treaty two the treaty elm doee that still exist?" a young man naked the antiquary. "No." said the old tuan; "it was blown down on the night of March :, 1810. This tree, as Its concentric circles showed, was 20 j.'.trs old; tin great Hge that for a tree. There Is In England, at COW thorpe, an oak that Is supposed to bo 800 veins old. The English yeWI of ten reach an almost Incredible sge, The celebrated AnkerwyLe yew i 1,100 years old, and there are others of aa equal age. Some of our American pines can hold their own In reaped of ngo with the European tree. Oregon pines on being cut down have ibown aa many as 1,100 concentric rings run ning from the hesrt out to the bark. Do you know who first showed how to tell a tree's age by Its rings? It is Montaigne, the essayist." Philadel phia Record. GENERAL MARKETS. Tuesday. June 9. Detroit Wheal No. 2 white, 77 Sept., 7."i'jc. Corn -No. : mixed 18c Oati No ' white, t'c: Aug., ::"i'.c Rye No 1, 53Hc Beaai Spot, 2 24; duly. I: 25; Oct . $1 CHICAGO Wheal duly. 7:.4c: Bept . 72c Corn July. 47 e; Beot., 47c Outi July, 36c; Bept . '-' ',r Pork July, 114 s pt., 16 7-". Lard Jul: $s 77. gept., sv Ribs July, 19.32 Tin ithj March, H.78 Clover Uarcl Ill.M Live Stock Markets. DETROIT Cattle Choice steers, I4.I0CM65; good to choice botcher teers, $4.2504.76; mixed butchers' Eat cows, 13.5004.25; good shippers' leills $:; r.nfr . common feedets, $:; 7-i rn 1.40 Veal calves, $t B04Q , Milch cows and springer-. $ 2 B n 4 "1 Bheep and lambs Best Jamb-, 16.7396.66 fair to good, $596; fair to good butch er sheep, Sir ",. (-'ills and common, $2 fj I 26 Hogs 'Light to good butchers 7"fi ;, 7;,. piis $r, no.) ,". light Torkers, 15.6006.0; roughs. f06.15. CHICAGO -Cat' e Good to prime steors $4 '.Hifi r "in. poor to medium. 1404.66 llos M '1 and btttchefl 16.6006.60; good to choice heavy 15.6006.66 light 66.5006.76. Bhsep and lambs stear ; good to choice wethers, 14.600 w 30; fair to choice laad, IJ S0(Q 4 jr.; native Iambs $4 tfi 7 nn BABT BUFFAt O." Cattlo; Baport ers. 1606.26; shipping. 14 -600 6. 10; butchere, $4 40 4 7 Hoes Yorkers $5 votf u ' !: i;i- and mixed q: N Bheap, steady; haul yearling lambs. 6.l606.6Oj spring lambs $7 -'I : M mixo.i gheep $4 7545. JUDGE DURAND DEAD. Distinguished Flint Jurist Stricken With Apoplexy. Flint, Mich, Juno 'j jn igo Qeorge H Durand died at bin farm, bi-.t north jf the city limits, about 10 o'clock Mon lay morning, apoplexy being 'he im mediate cause of deatb None of the members of his family ware w.-ti blm at the time, his doath being practically Instantaneous. This news cam with a . tartling sud denneas upon the 1 pie of Flint, tor never since his ser.ous illness if la ' fall, which compelled his rctirem nl from the head i the Democrath tat ticket, was there s less reason 10 ex pect a summons from the Reaper Qeorge Harmon Durand was born Fob I, t s;ts. on a farm near Cobleskiil Bchoharle county, Now York, and was J educated In the eminary at Lima. In the lame state came to Mtcblg m in is.";, and after a short timo spent in Detroit began teaching school at Oxford. Oakland county His residence In Flint dates from isiT, when he com menced the study of his profession j the law, under the direction of Colour 1 ; William M Fen ton. He was admitted to the bar in v,s by Judge Joslafa Tur j ner, and at once began active practice During his Ilrst year in the practice' f his profession lo- was chosen city 1 attorney of Flint. For ten years he I whs a member of the school board, and I he also served many terms in the City COUndl. He was twice elected mayor1 of Flint In 1S7 4. by a personal cam 1 Paign, he Was elected to Congress. During his term In Waehlngton he served on the committee on commerce much of the time acting as its chair : man. a compliment for a Brat termer In the fail of ik;i: ),,. was elected elec-torat-large for president and rice president for the eastern district of Michigan Judge Durand was appointed to the I supreme bench of the state by Qovi r 1 nor Winans, to succeed Justice Morse, who resigned when nominated to sue ; c I the latter Nominated as the standard bearer of the ii mocracy la-t fall, his election 1 seemed in a fair way of realisation Wh n he was first stricken With aft j oplexy Illness compelled his retire men:, a:id the chance which was sp parently offi n 1 was lost. Deceased was married in Auguat 1858 to Mi- Barah A Benson at Mln don. N. v.. who. with two children, Charles . and Blisabetfa A survive him. The funeral of Judge Duraad will he held Thursday under the auspices of I the grand lodge F. and .. m Weak Hearts Are due to Indigestion. Ninety-nine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple indiges tion. It is a scientific fact that ad cases ot heart disease, not organ. c. are not only traceable to. but are the direct result of Indi gestion. All food taken Into the stomach which fails of perfect digestion ferments and wel.s the stomach, puffing it up against the heart. This Interferes w;th the action ot the heart, and In the course of time tha, delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. Mr. D. Kauble. of Nevada, O . says: I had stomach troubla snj was In a bad stafo as I had heart troubl Mth it. I took Kodol Drtpepaii Curt fr about four toonths and it cared me. Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous train a:.d the heart of a.! pressure. Bott:aaor.:y. $1.00 Sixa s- . timet UmUW s.ze, which sells for L'.z. erparad by E. O. DeW ITT & CO., CMICAQO. IFARL CLARK... 1 THE BARBER T First-class work Z teod. guaran- X Try Olark'i Pine Pong Hair Tonie $ mux rior -t . : -t door t-ait iiuaosm i usw iffli J .City Barber Shop. Pratt & Goodeii. Projj s 11 he most centrally located bat bet -hop in Alma. Everything neat and clean and up to-date. I-'ace aaBaaaaai C. H. DECKER i Chamberlain 'i Stomach aad Liver Tabteti are Just nrhat you need when j iu w no appetite feel ln! I after .u .in: .ind e ski up with .i bad taste In your mouth Thdy uill improve your appetite, cleanse and Invigorate your stomach and give you i relish for your food. For sale by Blvens Roadee. - n 8 ii i i n i e n ; gsi Cfieap price a m illj n means cheap quality, and (rj in Hour it alwa v does. costs a little more than J ordinary Bour, lut it r i makes more bread f and ' J . 154 li l ct tor hivad t( be ? worth the difference in (1' pi Ice, Those wlio are c' particular to hare the K in ( are willing to pay for CERESOTA FLOUR Made in Minneapolis SOLD ALL OVER THE WORLD rllllllllllUli ft Sal by tha f aiiaaiag Mrchint W (. Scran ton A i , I. N llakor M W Blllon. Hrrnon Hrov a o.. Wboleule Ajent dec Mleblgfta Contractor and Builder. BSTIMATaS I'KOMI'TI.V Fl'KN ISH 1 1 A L Tvl A , MICH. a : a : a : : : a a a I C.E.CHANDLER, ! Auctioneer. ? Iil TTKKM T, MIOH. X X Telepione for rati'H aud dates for J Auction Stile SJ : : : : : : : v MINNEAPOLIS A IS D ST. PAUL New line from Chicago via Rochford, Praapotl, Dnaauae, Waterloo .ttid Alhert Lea. l ine service and fast "Limited ruyht train, with Stateroom and open scetion Sleeping Car Buffet Library Car and Free Reclining Chair Car through with cat change. Dining Car Service. A H. HANSON, T. P. A. Cbicaho.