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CD. RAPIDS & WESTERN R. R. OOINU EAST. Howard City North Greenville. Greenville Beldlng Ionia Lansing Detroit p m a ui p m 4 00 4 86 4 40 5 00 5 Jtt 7 10 10 10 U) 10 50 0 25 6 43 10 56 11 16 7 1H 8 54 1J 00 3 in 5 40 II 40 OOINO WKST. Detroit Lansing Ionia Heldlng Greenville North Greenville. Howard City.... ui I a in . . I 7 3.S ,..'io aw p in 3 33 p m 0 00 8 37 10 UO 46 1 1 60 4 60 5 3J 5 47 5 50 ao'is :w 37iU 57 60 1 00 30 1 40 Ai11t1snn.1 train! losivn Greenville for Heldlnir Lmnm ami iooo n in. Leave Heldlng for f-envtlle at a m and 7:30 p m. SAGINAW Sl GRAND KAWDS NO WEST. OOINO KAKT P Dl v :to 8 34 7 5D 7 23 (1 58 a in 7 10 8 OH 8 4',' V 15 V 43 11 50 p III 4 'JO 5 18 6 51 6 S7 n 53 30 Ar.... Grand Rapid. ..Lv. Cedar Springs North Greenville Stanton Kdmore 4 45'Lv.. .Saginaw at. CHICAGO & WEST MICHIGAN. Grand Ituplds. Chicago 11 mill u p iu 6 50 p ni rt 3 a ni F. Webster, Geo. DkIIaven, Agent, uenerai rant rfl t. Helding. Grand Rapid. rami ltapitls & Indiana It. It. THE "IISHINU LINE." 7Yi card in tWtct June M, 1S96. NO NORTH. UOIKO SOUTH. No 7No li I No 2 No (!,No 8 p in I a in 5 15 111 10 4 38 10 30 4 2110 17 4 U 0 5(1 3 151 9 08 2 40 8 3 1 36 ! 7 3j d ml am a m ft 30 5 4rt 5 27 4 60 3 67 3 26 2 05 W 15 8 25 3 Oft 3 28 4 12 7 45 Grand Kupids m 8 211.... HoeUford.... 8 3rt'.. Cedar Springs. 8 69 . Howard City.. 9 41'.. .Htg Kaplds. .. 4 4 -' 10 13 Heed uuy... .Cadillac 5 43 11 13 p m a in p nil Ill lo; '10 20i 9 45: I 9 oo, 9 :iv 7 50 v yo 10 40 1 20 Traverse City.. . . . IVtoskey MacktmiwClty. 2 4 .-i 4 10 n i e. i Urifili" i-nriiiiinitit? iniinn W and descriptions of Michigun Summer lie I, sent on application 10 G. L. LoCKWool), G. 1'. & 1. A.. Grand Kaplds, Mich. LEONARD, Pres. A. N. BELD1KB, V.-Pies. HKLDING, MICHIGAN, Iducts a General HanUlng Husint ss, in both Savings ainl Commercial Departments and offers its Customers every Hanking Facility, lital. $25,000- .Surplus, $20,000. Money to Loan cn Approved security. fer cent. Interest raid on all Time and Savings Deposits. ur DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT t a vial feature for the aeeommolatlon of umall ings depositors, upon whose accounts inter- is compounded semi-annually. ( HAS. S. FELCJI, Cashier. oren C. Fales, Successor to L. H. Hall. Insurance, Real Estate, Loan Office, Notary Public, Conveyancing. OTEr BELDING SAVINGS BANK. UKLDINvJ, MICH. ty Steam Laundry. ' U'o lu Ftiif I H'orlf lrof Orders Gathered up and Delivered Satisfaction Guarunted. C. A. Mxutt t? Co. II Hit Uf LT.U.M I.I.IIM r.ll i M..U.IM I 'ATE OK MICHIGAN. County of Ionia, hs n Probate court for said county. Estate of fmour I'urdv. deceased. fie undersigned having been appointed by .ludc-e of I'robate of said county, commis- I ers on claims in the matter of said estate of nourrurdv. ueeeaseo, ami six monins irom 4th dav of March. A. I).. IW7, having been wed bv said Judge of Probate to all persons Alng claims ugainsi said estate, in which to 'tent their claims to us for examination and istment: 'nice Is hereby given, that we will meet on lrday, the third day of April. A. li. iw?. and aturday the fourth day of September. A. i at one o clock n. in. of eacn nay. in resi e of Newton C. Douglas near Smyrna iu township of Otisco, in said county, to re e and examine sucn claims, ited March 8th A. D. IH7. .Auk L. Moon, Nkwtos C. Dnroi.AS, Commissioners. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. TRADE MARKS DE8IONS. COPYRIGHTS AO. nyon Bending a nketch and description may ' tckly MOertAln, free, whether an in?entlon Is lbftbl7 put en table. Communications strictly influential. OMent avency for ecurtmr patents f America. We hare a Washington oftlce. patents taken through Munn & Co. receive , uclal notice In the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, tntlfully llJusf rated, larpent circulation of fr aclentino Journal, weekly, temiafXU) 7M au ai2 mourns, rpeciinen COpiea ana UAjiD OK OM I'atknth sent free. Addreas MUNN & CO., 301 Droadwar. New York. liivcry Woman Sometimes noeds a reli able monthl regulating medicine. Dr. PEAUS NNYIiOYAL PILLS, prompt, eafe and certain In rennlt. Tne em Ir. f'cal'. rover ilmupplr.t. Men! aurwbers i, tiU MtMlictue , Cleveland. O. d by Holmes AiConnell, drugKlts, IMdlng. STROIT, eldingSavings Bank Washington letter. Fall In the Value of Farm Product - Mon ey In Trees- Passing of the Horse. Better Price For Wheat. Special Correspondent. AcconliuK to u rtn-nt njK)rt of the agricultural depart mtiit, obtained from 'lalx ratf and accurate returns, tho to tal value of fanu animals in this coun- ity liaK lalh'ii 4.1 per cent since 1890 and a.'J.y per cent since 1893. This is MpreKiited by tho enormous sum of 88,092,009. There has, of course, been a d crease in the number of farm animals during the periods named, but this decline does not in any way com plins the decline in value. Probably the total value of farm products has also fallen to a ki r 8Un,i although some what less p i cent. These figures speak for themselves, but they are worthy of careful consideration by our statesmen and political economists, considering the fact that they exist iu a country that is not yet fully developed, but is constant ly increasing in inhabitants and ma terial interests. It should likewise be noted that during this period there has been no war, no scarcity of crops and no pestilence or famine. ICouey In Trees. But farmers who cannot raiso corn, wheat, cattle, hogs or cotton at a prolit may go to raising trees. Possibly the returns in cash may be too far away from tree planting to bo attractive, but the growing forests of the country have never been so valuable as they are to day. It behooves tho farmer to protect and foster them. Iheir constantly in creasing value is a practical certainty. According to reports just received from Consul Angel of Itobaix, France, there exists in the northern part of France a dtmand for oak lumber. The supply at present conies from tho for ests of Hungaty, but American lorests supply a quality of oak that, though slightly inferior, could in a measure take its place, should American dealers in that luml tr take the necessary trou ble to si nd agents to France they could without doubt secure some of the busi ness. One large firm there purchases $100,000 worth of oak lumber per year, and if they can form proper connection in this country they would undoubtedly purchase the entire amount here. They have tried small hits of American grown oak and state that it has proved quite satisfactory. The demand is largely for planks from to '.iO feet in length and from 7 to 1(5 inches wide. The thick ness should be from 1 to 2)4 inches. There are n rt:;in rtquirements in saw ing the lumber that should be observed, but the instruction or information as to this can easily be obtained. The lumber should be clear and free from sap and bark. Sound knots are accepted as sec ond quality. Hed oak lumber is not wanted on account of the worm holes. The consul state s that American dealers interested in the subject may address him at Kohuix, and he will place them in communication with dealers there. What the Farmer Should Do. I men ly mi ntion this to show that the farmer, like everybody else, must be on the lookout for new enterprises anil new business. If the. raising of live 6tock and of the other more common agricultural products has been overdone, as maybe claimed, it is not a good plan to continue the overproduction, but the farnur should lind out the world's needs and po to work with intelligence to supply them One great industry of the farmer that of raising horses seems to be de cidedly and perhaps permanently wan ing. The declin.' iu number of these animals, which was first shown in 1894, still continues. Owing to the introduc tion of electricity and steam in cities, there is h ss demand for them for busi ness purposes, and the bicycle is con stantly reducing their number to supply the needs of pleasure. Mules, like horses, have declined in number, but by a smaller percentage. Perhaps the great est decline in value of all the farm pni mals, huwever, has occurred in tho case of sheip, which have fallen off about half. The lower price of wool is tho cause most frequently adduced, and, strange to say, the losses from dogs, outside of the eight Hocky mountain states and territories, amounted to more than 2'0,000 sheep annually. The de struction in this respect was heaviest in the south. In the newer states wolves, bears and mountain lions give more trouble. It should be stated that for horses of superior breed, including good roadsters and power draft horses, there is still a fair demand, but it is not sufll cient to warrant any great attention on the part of farmers. Better Price For Wheat Probable. While I am on tho subject of the farmer it might be stated for the bene fit of those who ure depending upon wheat so largely for their income that the official estimate shows an enormous decrease of acreage iu India. The esti mated average production of ten bushels I r acre from the total area will hardly le sufficient to meet the domestic re quirements. Keports from Hussia con cerning the wheat crop also show that the crop will be smaller than usual iu all pr liability, as the severe weather has licet ssituted the resowing of mil lions of acres of spring wheat. The con dition of winter wheat in other Euro- ! pean countries is reported to be favora ble, but 011 the whole the chances are that the farmer will get a better price for his wheat the (timing year than he has had for some time. Caul Schofield. The Jabot In Evidence. The jab'.'t qt fail cf luce Li in evidence ta the incoming Parisian gowns. A ja bcA c.f - a;-; n ''T .if 41k muslin or chiffon is carried down the side of tho bodice which ovirlaps the other and sometimes appears ujion theBkirt, intro duced into a fold of the drapery. The jalot looks well on cashmere, silk, satin or velvet, but is quite out of place on the cloth gown. New York World. In your gloomiest hours, remcmlier the many blessings that still fnirround you. WOMAN AND FASHION. the Well Dressed Woman -Fashionable, HairdreeslnaT-Double Twist Handshake. We are constantly hearing women ex press the belief that they would be quito free from strain iu tho matter of dress if they could always bo as sure of the proper thing to wear as a man. With a man 6 o'clock means a dress suit or a Tuxedo. As Tim Puritan very truly says, it is a matter of fact that a wom an maybe equally freo from doubt upon the subject. If she chooses, she can laj WKI.L DKKSSKI) KOli CHl'IiCH. down a safe law unto herself. Six o'clock may always mean evening dress to her when she is certain that she is not going to touch shoulders with the public. She discriminates between a high and a low necked gown as a man between his full dress coat and his Tux-t-do. No well dressed woman appears at the theater with her shoulders uncover ed, but she may put on a low necked gown for the most informal dinner, pro vided tho gown is not too elaborate. The fashion magazines have done much to give erroneous ideas of the manner in which New York women dress upon certain occasions. Tho well dressed woman in the city usually con fines herself to three pretty well defined lines of dress. These are tho strictly simple tailor made dress for morning and street wear, the more extensively trimmed gown for the theater and in formal dinners and tlie regulation even ing apparel. With four gowns each winter, if she bo in moth t circumstances, a woman may go anywhere and yet be sure that she is always appropriately ami becom ingly attired. The authority quoted adds: She is the wise woman who, put ting all of her outlay upon these four dresses, has them well and rightly made, for she need give herself as littlft concern about her clothes as a man. Fashionable Ilairdressing. There is no doubt about it, huirdress iug is 110 longer a simple matter, for elaborate coiff ures are coming in again, and the demand is increasing for all sorts of aitls in way of made switches, curls, etc., known as false hair. The tendency is to pile the hair high on the head. In Paris waving the hair is giv ing way to short, loose, irregular curls. If one may believe all one hears, the curly pompadour will soon be at the base of all fashionable coiffures. Orna mental pins, combs and jeweled orna ments are much worn in evening coif fures. Combs at the side and top of the head, besides being eminently orna mental, serve to push the hair forward, which is one of the desiderata of modem hairdressiug. Double Twist Handshake. The newest handshake is called the "double twist." It was born at the horse show, but it is such a complex performance that it is only just reach ing perfection. Here is w hat is said about it in the New Yoik Sun: The ti tle is more than unattractive. It is omi nous, and the uninitiated may well U ware of it. Concerted action is as neces sary to shake a successful and artistic "doutle twist" as it is to make an t f. fective stage fall. This is the way the shake works: Two persons meet and clasp hands in the oidiuary way. Theu, still holding hands, there is a percepti ble pause of a few seconds, and each is apparently inspired by a sudden impulse to make the grteting more cordial ami less conventional. As though by an aft erthought, the two thaw each other closer and give each other's hands a hearty squeeze. A very jK iceptible in terval between the clasp and shake is indisjieiisable to the proier carrying out of the new greeting. That's where the trouble conies in. If one shaker under stands this and the other doesn't, a bnmid nose, bruised head or twisted back is liable to follow the sudden jerk. But if both understand what might well bo termed the glad Iiaud things aro somewhat equalized, and nothing more or less than a healthy vibration of the whole body results. Compare your manifold blessing with the trifling annoyances of each day. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. Ju Burma During the Tixna of Floods. Peary's Plan Per Aaother Jour ney Two Llule Kittens. Burma, the largest province in the Indian empire, is a. beautiful and very varied country, covered in many places with forests which in the mouth of March are bright with tho many colors and sweet with the varying scents of thousands of flowering trees and shrubs. This country is traversed by many riv ers, the largest of which is the Irawadi, with a course of probably 1,100 miles from its unknown source among the snows of Tibet down to the bay of Bengal. These rivers during the ruiny season (which lasts for a long time) overflow their banks and spread over tho plains, the flood water of the Irawadi often flowing over tho country for 10 or 15 miles on cither side to a depth of from 4 to 14 feet The inundated villages, however, do not suffer, as tho natives, knowing what they may expect during the rainy sea son, are prudent enough to build their houses on piles, and the flood waters move but slowly. But one can easily imagine how unhealthy the flooded country must be, with a great heat and a burning sun. Duriug the time of the floods all hunt ing operations ure carried on by tho na tives from toats. These boats, which are very light, are manned, according to their size, with spearmen, paddlers and steersmen. Hunting iu this manner is an occupation of great danger, as it is impoHsible to guess what animal may be encountered in the flooded country, and Burma has a long list of wild ani mals, including the elephant, rhinoceros, tapir, buffalo, many kinds of deer, tigers, leopards and bear::. But the Burmese are an excitable, impulsive ani courageous people, and they really seem to enjoy this sport not- i withstanding the risks they run. They are also anxious to secure u hog or a deer, for, although their staple ftiod is rice, which it as cheap as it is iu India, the inhabitants of Burma eat fish or meat daily, and in all respects live bet ter than the lower classes of India. Therefore, in going out to hunt over tho flooded country, these men are in search not only of excitement, but of tomor row's dinner. Peary's Plan For Another Journey. Lieutenant Peary is anxious to raise enough money to buy sufficient provi eions to last him for ten years. He wants to take but one or two men with him on his journey and to get all tho other peo ple ho needs from among the Eskimos, , who are friendly to him, says The (treat 1 1 ! 1.1 tt: . - 1 : .. a 1... .. uounu worm. 11 is luan is 10 mane a number of stations along his route to tho pole and to leave a party of Eskimos at each station. The stations are to reach from the in habited portions of Greenland up to the lonely north. He meuns them to be like inns on a post road. By this plan ho thinks he can keep himself well supplied with provisions and everything he needs, and iu case of sickness will always have a station near to which he can return As the Eskimos, with their wonderful dogs, can go back and forth from statiou to station, carrying ami fetching all that is needed, Lieutenant Peary thinks that he will be able to stay in the far noith until his work is done and the north pole has been located. A Small but Faithful Friend. During the r ranco-derman war, in A. D. 1870, a French soldier who had been shot in tho chest lay bleeding and in terrible pain on the battlefield. Night camo on, ami he was alone with the dead bodies of his late comrades. But his dog, a little terrier, found him and came up to him, licking his faco and hnnds. After awhile it seized its mas ter's cap and ran away. Thu wounded man thought that even his dog had for saken him and gave himself up for lost. The terrier, however, had gone to tho nearest house, two or three miles off, and the people, seeing a soldier's cap in its mouth and noticing its restless, ex cited manner, guessed that helii was needed and set off with the little dumb guide in front. The dog led them straight to his master, who had fainted with pain and loss of blood. But, thanks to the friendly help which was thus brought to him, his life was saved. The Oldest Doll. A Massachusetts exchange says that tho oldest doll in America is the proper ty of Mrs. II. O. Brown of Beading, Mass. Sho is dressed in the Louis XIV style, ami Captain Gamaliel Hedges brought her from China 171 years ago for his little daughter in Salem. The Safety Lamp. The principle on which Sir Humphry Davy made his safety lamp for the use of colliers is a very simple one. It ii that flame cannot pass through wire gauzu Two Little Kittens. Two Jittlo kittens 0110 stormy night Berlin to quiirrol and then to tight. One had mouse, the other had none, And that's the wsy the quarrel tx gun. "I'll have that mouse, " huid the bigtrt Ht rat. "You'll have thut iiiouhuT We'll Bee about that." "1 will have thut mouse," muU the eldest son. "You shan't have the mouse," nuid the little one. I told you before 'twas a titormjr night When these two little kittens bean to fight. The old woman seized her sweeping broom Anil swc'it the two kittens right out of the room. The ground wus covered with frost nnd snow. And the ioor little kittens hud nowhere to go. So they laid them down on tli.- mitt at the door, While the old w oman finished nwet jiinrf the floor. Then they crept in, n quit t ns nice, AH WPt with the mkv mi l us ct 1 I i s l' e, For they found It w s 1 tt r th t sNniy v.:'..t To lie down nnd hi .'iVint nii,irn Imi.l I i 1 1 1 . Star Pointer, 2:02 !, has been taken to Boston, where he will Ik' handled by Dave McClary, who drove him inallhh' ; races last season ' Do the duty that lies nearest; the second duty will already have lecome clearer. ' FACTS IN A FEW LINES. Chloroform 11 fatal once in 1,236 times. Dried locusts are eaten with bread in Africa. London is better off for trees than any other city in Kurojio. The Christian religion is steadily making h r.dway in Japan. China's national debt is a mere trifle, something like $200,000,000. The use of serum in diphtheria has reduced the deaths 60 per cent in Ger man hospitals. The deaths from alcoholism in Sweden amouut to IK) per 1,000. This is tho highest rate in the world. Every boy, if in proper health, should be able to drop off to sleep within fivo minutes at most of tumbling into bed. The line, "Bride hath no other glass to show itself but pride," is from Shakespeare's "Troilus and Cressidu," act 3. The Japanese despise women who be come intoxicated. Consequently it is rarely that a woman of Japan is seen drunk. Tho fastest ship in tho world is tho French torpedo catcher For ban, which, it is said, can steam at the tremendous rate of about 3i miles an hour. The received pronunciation in tho city and vicinity of Ghent is Gent, tho G being pronounced hard, as in gable, but tho French write it Gaud and pro nounce it as Gahn. When a humming bird alights near u flower from which no food can be ex tracted, it has been known to exhibit wrath by excitedly chattering and tear ing the flower to pieces. The bridal veil of a Japanese young lady is subsequently used as her shroud. Directly alter tit' marriage it is care fully put away and reserved uutil death makes its use again necessary. If all the tobacco smoked in the Brit ish empire last year were rolled into roi' an inch in diameter, it would form a snakelike roll which, following the line of the equator, would go .'JO times round the earth. A royal sturgeon which was recently captured in the river Town, near Alry wall, Upland word, Carmarthen, South Wales, measured 8 feet H inches in length and ' feet H inches in girth and weighed 800 pounds. At the battle of Trafalgar th heavi est gun used threw a projectile weigh ing only 32 pounds, which was 0.41 inches in diameter. The modern 110 ton gun uses a shell weighing 2,000 pounds, of ltJ.'4 inches in diameter. An anticat league exists in Minister, W'crdphalia. The memb is are pledged to kill all the stray cats they see. Last year they killed 1,222 of' the Mines and display their tails as evidence of their work. John II. Brown of Santa Cruz, Cal., saw the first Aim riean 11. ig raised in San Franiscco. It was floated in May, 1 840", by Captain Watson and some oth er officers of the United States warship Portsmouth. Hundreds of people visit the Hermit age, Andrew Jackson's old Tennessee home, every month, and tho income de rived from the admission fee of 10 cents is a v ry in at sou ire of revenue to the association that keeps the house in re pair. Schultz is a very common name in Berlin. A wise wag in the crowded parquet of a theater in that city shouted, "Sdiultz's house is on fire!" All the peopde of that name quickly dashed out of the house, and soon there were plenty of vacant seats. The 180 Mt nnonitc families who set tled in Manitoba in l.s?4have inc reased by immigrutieh and natural inerea.se to 2,!M50 families, numbering 20,000 souls. They have 2'i.),l10 acres under cultiva tion. They own 11,000 hoises, 8,300 cows and 10,000 young cattle. Parisians who went to the czar's coro nation wt re astounded at the unpaved condition of Moscow." They found that it would cost 152,000,000 francs to pave the tow n and that the work would prac tically have to be done over every year on account of the effects of the frost. An old lady in Brussels who recently celebrated her one hundiedth birthday relates that when Napoleon passed through her native village of Fumay in 1H10, a peasant having fallen on his knees to ask a favor, the emperor said, "Get up and never kneel except to God." Our ancestors ate' much more meat than we do, says an English writer. In Queen Elizabeth'' time her ' maids of honor were allowed three rump steaks for breakfast. Mutton was not so much used as beef, lieing looked upon as diet rather for a fastidious appetite than for a woman in good health. The first English chief justice w ho act ed simply as judge was liobert de Brus, iu 12i. In 12h0 judges themselves were found culprits. The ermine was stained with deep corruption. Nearly all the bench were accused of illegal practices, for which a motive, but no excuse, may be found iu the smallness of their sal aries, the lord chief justice receiving only 00 marks a year. A Bombay newspaper declares that the castor oil plant affords a means of protection against mosquitoes. In Egypt it is planted about houses to drive the insects away. In towns a better plan i to have the young plants in pots and to bring them into the house for a day or two at a time, but the Palm a christi is a sun loving plant, and then fore must not bo kept too long in the shade. The heads of the naval and military departments in England weie s im pressed with the w holesomeiiess and su perior nutriment of cocoa that they in 1845 judiciously directed that it should be served out twice or thrice a week to regiments of the lino and to tho seameu on board her majesty's ships, and this wise regulation evinced its salutary ef fects in the improved health and condi tion of tho men. Cheapest combination on earth I N. Y. Tribune and BANNER both one year for $1.5. You Dye in 30 Minutes ....wlthTonk's French Dyes. Different from otlter dyes. Dye cotton permanently as as wimiI. CarjK'ts, Dresses, Ca-s and Cloth lug of all kinds made to look llko new for a fow cents lu your own homes. So simple to uso a child can do tho work. Over 40 colors, 10 cents jkt packajjo, which will color from 0110 to four joiuids of Koods. Feel Out of Sorts Do You? ....your liver and digestive organs need stlrrlug up. Tonk's Vegetable Mils act on the liver, cure constipation and Wllloustiess. Only one pill at hed tlino will make you feel better a few doses cure. Tonk's French Dye's and Tonk's l.l ver Mils are sold by PISK BANGS nr.MHNc, m it'll. Maintiaeliired by FRENCH DYU CO., Vassar, Mich. GETTING READY Every expectant mother has a trying ordeal to face. If she does not ! get ready for it, there is no telling I - - what may happen. Cj Child-birth is full of uncertainties if Nature is not given proper assistance. Mother's Friend is tho best help you can use at this time. It is a liniment, and when regularly ap plied several months before baby comes, it makes the advent easy and nearly pain less. It relieves and prevents " morning sickness,' relaxes the overstrained mus cles, relieves the distended feeling, short ens lalor, makes recovery rapid and cer tain without any dangerous after-oUccta. Mother's Friend is good for only one puriose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. $1 dollar per bottle nt nil lrn? etore, or nent by mail on receipt, of price. 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"IMl" OV'll.-. 11 r iiir.nni;u.i I Atrnl AIOP Wa-lilfiKK.ii, i). c, f..r thrlr l,K priae offar ami llt i f tvo htiti.Irp I Inventions wanted. If you want to vote on Mon day, do not fail to Register on Saturday. mm 4