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I iDne J I Usenet J rtw Everybody ueeds Uneeda GUcUit. The Invulld who f-yJ qulrc nottrUlnne'it ; the child f de.ieate dlgestlou; tha worker of sturdy J appetite, find Id UneeOa UlACUL toth suhstnnoe nd utttcnance. Sold I 0J verywher la 5cvnt, dint proof, n'.r t:;ht pick aye. Alwayn fresh. Millinery ! LADIES:lf you wish Millinery that has that undefinable air of stylishness and distinction to it so much sought after, call at my store and see if we cannot suit you. Our prices are very reasonable too. Hoping to receive a call be fore you buy, I remain Very Truly, MRS. M. UNGER. One Door West of S pencer & Lloyd's ALTEMUS ILLUSTRATED PETIT-TRIANON SERIES OF STANDARD WORKS. Selected from the Famous Au'hors of the World. Handy volume, large typ, 16mo, full page engrav ings. Bound in half-white vellum, embossed in gold, exquisite tloral sides. This series contains 244 titles. We have the complete list. qoqqqo PRICE 25c Each volume. Books by Kipling, Longfellow, Ten nyson, Stevenson, Scott, Hawthorn, Lowell, Irving. Holmes, Dickens, Milton, Drummond, Byron and many others. OONIMELL BROS. THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE Opens the campaign for Xmas tnuk SATI.IUDA V, NOV. Zh. with a 10 CENT SALE The of such bargains as was never known in the history of (irvenvlll. Fancy Decorated Lampy, Dresser Trays, ("olorvi Mottles, Jt;wl Itxes. Fruit Iates, Cups and Saucers, Vaces, Handsome Hound Hooks and thousand of handsome and useful articles. Hig values to reta 1 at '( cent- dow n, ALL GO AT 10 GENTS EACH, I want trade from far and near and big values will bo my inducement to draw you in. I will show you the Hnet lino in Northern Michigan of Chairs. Hock ers. Lounges, Hook Catest Side Hoards, Chiffoniers, China Closets, Music Cabinets, Etc. W. G. NELSON, A BICYCLE BUG. Expren Office, (Ireeni Hie. Fuiiioii Furniture and Crockery More. I S. Hemember I am Headquarters fror Faney China anp Dinner Sets, AUo the Great Cut I'rlce Sale on Lamps continues. MORRISON'S, 6a Monroe St., Grand Rapids, filch. SPECIALTY: Cloaks, Suits and Furs. Ready-to-wear Garments for Women. New store, new i-tocU, our Kannent are the tlnest of man tailoring. Merchant ble, dependable jtood only. One price, marked In plain figure. Our Kiiaiantce with each Bale. We're known as the Specialty Store. There's virtue in the appellation, for wo do specialize. Wo try aud do avoid the regulation store goods with till their sameness and conventionality. All the gai tncnts we are wo busily show ing aro the moft artistic creations of Fashion's latest thoughts. New arrivals dully in Jacket. Enllh Top. I ffnnimto flraeo QUrfo and riilny weather Hox Driving. Camlsard and Tifrrht titling couU ,.wcjaianj urtJbS OJvlltJ) athletic hkirtn in In half, three-quarter and full length. Ulnter nil the new wool materials, tl.ftO to Wmm. Silk and Newmarket effect. Our styles aro so dlf Skirts. M.M) to !? on. lerent. kxciuhitc mean nens oniy. l'nces rantre from 11.75 to tout) each, owintf to style and quality. flanoo Tbe proper style are here In Open, UdJJOSi fur or ullk line 1; Others In beautiful cloths in plain and fur trimmed, 7.:o to o.ou. flnlf P.anoa ln r,t n color blending, all uuii uajjca )rni(ths and i.e, io.tx, tii.Mi. 118.75, 115 00, I.U0U and f-Jh 00. j Tnilnrwl RnitR Flr' "t''rlaN, much on ! lailOreU QUHB. the order of men's we,r. ; Man tailored throughout. Mny one of kind, not the ordinary ntor ult The bent that ar- ' ttmlc tlnlnh and workmanship can produce. 118.50 to S0.00. I Rillr Wiicto The grandest show In West uim ffUlLHi ,.rn Michigan. Hlack and colors in shirt or dress waist effects, th to finr Fur Tlcm Second to none in Mich vui j. ui Uti)U lKlin. (jrand showing of Fur Neckwear, Capes and Jackets, In all the popular and stylish furs. Fur Cluster Scarfs, head and tail trimmed, U.7.1 to f:t.'.M). Fur Collarettes, ,x) to frt-l.to. Klectrlc Seal Jackets. 3.V0 ( to 4V00. Coast Seal Jacket. fm.oO to fY(ii. Alaska N-nl Juckets 'Jili.no.'.".'.'.1) and 2.VUo. Style and prtte Is the thing. When yon g t it here jou -t the latent and lowest. Wndrful Taru Told About Thlt Wmt lout Llttl AulutaL Here's the latest entomological won fler which threatens to outdo the klso- tng bug's career of crime. It Is told by a Brooklyn man. It Is the blcycl but;. It furiously attacks wheelmen as they speed along, even though lu so doing It saerltlces Itself, -which Is evi dence of Its diabolical nplrit Three specimen! turned up yesterday on the Coney Island cyclo path, and one of them caused the liveliest kind of & nilxup. The original victim was a man named Jackn.u, who wore a black anuVwhlte sweater. lie was pedaling along lu front of a group of wheelmen, trawling In a pretty solid phalanx down the south-bound path, and Just after passing Minden's he gave a yell, let go his handle-bars, clapped his hands over hi eye, and sprawled up on the path. Of course a dozen other wheelmen precipitated themselves over him in a combination cataract. When the mass disentangled. Itself and the black-and-white sweater aaln came to view its owner was prostrate and still clinging to his eye. "I'm shot," be moaned. "Call a doc tor. (Jet a pol Iceman." A hundred other bicyclists dismount ed and enrwded around, and If auy one had happened to solect a mau who looked as If he might have tired the supposed shot there was material for a mighty lively chase. But the shoot lug theory was spoiled by a negro who had been sitting on a bench nearby. "Dat wa'n't no bullet," he explained, going up to the Injured man. "It was a bug. I seen him come dropplu out o dat tree an' fly right Into yo face. I think he dropped close to, some wheres." Immediately an eager search was begun for the assailant. It was found under Jackson's bicycle, considerably knocked out of shape, but still wig gling. It looked like a June bug, but was something larger, and had a very hard carapace. Jackson whose eye was swollen completely closed, wrap ped the bug up in a piece of paper and took it away with him. He declined to give his address to the mounted po liceman who came up to see what the trouble wns about. The attack mleht be regarded as a blunder on the part of the bug rather than a case of ma licious persecution of bicyclists, but a little later In the afternoon another insect answering to the description of this one assaulted a wheelman near the end of the path, causing him to fall from his wheel and bark his shin. He captured the bug and took it to Bicycle Joe's, supposing It to be dead. There he preseuted It to the young lady at the desk. She put It in the money drawer, and then something occurred which goes to show that the lusect Is not only murderous, but thievish as well. The young lady de clares that when she next opened the drawer the supposed deceased emerg ed, bearing a $1 bill In his powerful Jaws, and that when she snatched the bill away, It fiercely battered her face until she fell to the floor, whereupon It flew out of the door and disappear ed. The third specimen was captured by a colored instructor connected with onv of the bicycle academies while he was riding through Prospect Park. He saw It making a beellne for him, and attempted to dodge, but it caught him between the eyes and he dropped. On coming to himself he looked for the In sect and found It trying to gnaw a hole lu his rear tire. It Is now located In the Immediate vicinity of and suround Ing a pin, and Its proprietor says he will send It to the museum of Natural History. New York Sun. MORRISON'S, 62 Monroe St., drnncl Rfiplc!. Trepidant Fa ore. How uneasy may He the head that wears even a presidential crown Is In dicated by two true stories told of the late President Faure of the French Republic. Last autumn the president was one of a hunting party, and dur ing the progress of the sport killed a pheasant. "It is rather early, Mr. President," one of the ofllcers in the company re marked, "to shoot pheasants. In a month or two they will be better." "In a month or two!" eald the presi dent, sadly. "Who knows where I shall be then?" Shortly before his death President Faure went to open a certain annual exhibition. He exchanged a few cour teous words with members of the com mittee which had the ceremony In charge, and then asked for an absent member, Monsieur JolUvet, a Journal ist. He was. told that Monsieur JolU vet was unable to be present. "I am sorry," said the president, "for I had something which I wished to say to him." A member offered to carry his mes sage to Monsleu JolUvet "It was only this," said the presi dent. "In a recent article about me la his paper he said that I am a 'happy man.' Please tell him that I am much obliged for the thought, but that It Is a mistake. I am not a happy man." Held a Traht WhlU Ha I)in(. They do things differently in Cali fornia. One day recently George Crocker, second vice-president of the Union Pacific railroad, made arrange ments to have his special car attached to the regular express train to San Francisco. Mr. Crocker was entertain ing a party of friends at his county seat, Crag Castle. When the train ar rived Mr. Crocker and his guests were at dinner. Not wishing to be hurried at the meal Mr. Crocker simply gave orders that the train on which a num ber of passengers were traveling, should be held until his dinner was over. Accordingly the train was run one the side track and held there till the last course was served. Then when his party was comfortably seat Pd In his private car Mr. Crocker kind ly allowed the engineer to start. Wedding Invitations Banner ollice. Site l'tlied Her l)lunltr S. i' cf the ; ,!:! folks are bound Co maintain their (li .,ulty. One of these ladles was c!iijl(v(d ly a wealthy Louhvillian who swore hy the whole sale. FiColloiuy was no ohject 'to llllU when It tame to cus words, ami he scattered these pearls of siK'ech over all siil'J',,J- The cook was a past grand mistress of her art. She knew what sl. knew and could turn out dreams Horn the skillet and oven, but she had Ideas of her own dignity. "One mawnln." said she. "I done cook a elegant I re U fuss. Here wuz chlckln an 'Inters an heat bisklt an cof fey an inuM'ns. an dat man he come down stairs, an he do talk scand'Ious. I lisseti an I lisscn. He cuss dis an lie cuss l;it. ail he mimihT to liisself, an I Jes couldn' sian' hit. marches out, an I says, Sah. of you don't Ilk dis hynr cookin, say so. an I goes, but I ain't gwine hear you cuss me an my Willi. "Ml.var. gal. says he. 'I likes dis cookin. Wt you mean hossin me When I cusses t my own wife?' "put's all ti't.' I says mi'ty brash, 'but voti don't cuss me or I goes. "An selico den." declared the colored upholder of her rights and dignity, "ole inarse jes' stii"k u my cookin. an Fse de only pi:Mu on de lot he neber cuss es." The eld man Is right. When you get a good cook, grapple her to you with hooks of steel, even If you have to leave off sweating.- Louisville Times. Siiietllri-r the ;Iumw. Bartenders who pride themselves on their mixed drinks have a habit of smelling of the empty glass as soon as the customer has drained it. lu this way they can tell to a dot whether they "hit it right" or not. I have not seen the bartender who can make two drinks alike, and none is ever certain that he. has guessed rightly the pro portions of liquor and Its disguises nut II after the olfactory test. "Fred, this isn't quite up to the mark." says Tosspot, who drinks every drop. "That so?" smelling of the glass. "You're right. Not enough curacoa. Let me make you a not her." The worst telltale is the beer glass. Not one-tenth of the beer sold over the bar or in eases is lit for a dog to drink. If you are fond of a glass and it doe not lie easily on the stomach, if there Is an unpleasant after effect, a disa greeable taste in the mouth or a sud den disinclination to drink further, smell of the emptied glass, and the chances are that you will cotuludo you have been putting part of a cow lot inside of you. Von will resolve never to touch that beer again, where in yoll Will be w ise. The same test may be applied to whiskies, wines and liqueurs, gins, rums, brandies an, I cordials. Many :i man wotil I save his breath and his stomach iy employing his function of smell after the fust drink. It is the surest prohibition I know. New York Press. Mil No woman can be too careful of her condition during the period be fore her little ones are born. Neglect or improper treatment then endan gers her life and that of the child. It lies with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily, or whether the ordeal shall be made comparatively easy. Shu had better do nothing than do something wrong. FEMEMED Is the one and the only preparation that is safe to use. It is a liniment that penetrates from the outside. External applications are eternally right. Internal medicines are radi cally wrong. They are more than humbugs they endanger life. Mother's Friend helps the muscles to relax and expand naturally re lieves morning sickness removes the cause of nervousness and head ache prevents hard and rising breasts shortens labor and lessens the pains and helps the patient to rapid recovery. From a letter by a Shreveport, La., woman: 41 1 have been using your wonderful remedy, Mother's Friend, for the last two months, and find it just as recommended." Druggists tell It at $1 per bottle. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA, OA. Sand for our free illustrated book, "Before liaby i liorn." HfH4M7raT.TCV'..& km JiYVX P. 7 Uneeda newspaper The Han'NKU. Youghiougheny Soft Coal The Uest Lump Coal on the Market . . . Try a ton of it and he convinced A ton of it will lat as long- in a hot llat stove as u ton of hard coal in a regular base burner. It is si free burner and will trive better value for the money than any fuel yon can buy. A good honest ton of 2,tMK) lbs for only X"i0. Why not try a ton at once? E. Chappie, Agt. Ilolh I 'hones, or leave orders at Wil der's book store or at the State Phone othce. 1 sell .'enuine Lehigh Valley hard coal. Seasoned Wood. Haled Hav. and till kinds of Mill Feed at the very low est prices. i 1i v fir cs miic h like COATfD nLtXTUICIi'V an science can :u tlirin. Jvu-h one produces as n.i. h nn r-h i-!iMjns Kmistarir-e n . iti -t'iin-i! in the niiMiint of foo.1 n vr.n fiiimmn in a wrrk. TWj i. why "'")' have enr-d thousand ot t s tC '. HTViiln diiry-.?, nirh 84 Ji 1 il- 1 ity, Dizziues-4, Insomnia, Varir o -:t j' rto. Thrvrii:.l)lryontothitikch:ir- lynv developing bniia matter; for - . lu-tilthy circulation, cure pHli -rs-i tiou, fin l impart hounding vk'or to Li the wli le system. All wike:iH; Tft. and tis-tie-drsttovhix drain nil I A lossi-s permanently dir.- I. J 1 ,y i . may mean Insanity, Consumption YJi and I--ath. fA J'ricf, fi prrho ; six Im.ns (wit a f J iron clad guarantee t i on or tr 3 tund inonry), -,. Hook containing tHjsitive t)'Mif. fr A.l.li- MedUne Co., Clsvttand, O. Sold by Coniicll liros.. Iriitfi.Mt. Ili lil,i,ir. 50 YEARS' Vr , t, EXPERIENCE f'j v'r,.. -X. m D V-1 J Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anvono kpikUmk n KkoU-h and ctpucrtntlon mny quickly iiMffrt.'iin our iiiioii tree wdct her an invent ion is rotnMv jmU'iititMe. f'niiirnuiitra tlotiHHtriel ly coiitldtMit IhI. 1 liindtiook on I'atcnts hent frei. olilext iiuency for Hi'i-iirinif patent . I'afenttt taken thnm.'h Mnnii Si 'o. re-lve tierittl witicr, without cliHrt'e, lu tht Scientific Hmcricatt. A hnnclHoiiicly lIliiMtratel weekly. T.iirireHt rlr. 'IVriiiM, t' a culiition of nny Hcientith; JouriiHl. venr: tour inoiit lis, fl. Sola ly all neWMdealern. MUKN & Co.36,Broad New York branch Oltlce. V St., Wimhlnton, 1) C iivery Woman SorViCtiuH'" needs a reli r.blj monthly regulating taedlcine. Dr. PEAL'S PENNYROYAL PILLS, Are prompt, pafc and f nrtnin In result. Tho freoo InefOr. I'enl'si n v r d.apiNimt. Sent aoiywner 1.00. I'vtU Mcil.i mj Co , Clevt'luud. O. Sold by Council Hros., MruMst.s. Ih hlin. Facal Balm Cured Them. Here's what they write: "Catarrh cured; "Smell and Hearing restored;" "Scrofula Kvelids he tied;" ' Catarrh of Stomach cured;" "1'ilea lor twenty vcars cured;" Cures AMhrna Couphs, Croup. (Juinsv, I'.rcmrfiit i. Old and Spliiliti Sores, Hums, Scalpaud Skin Inseases. 1- -tloot ease known. Used interuallv and cxt tually. I rce sample from rtii!"i? t. lJrire ; Us., pre paid. 1'acal Halm Co., M. Lnui: Mich. There must be av H good reason why the coffee lovers of America buy millions of pounds of ARBUCKLES' COFFEE in prefer ence to any other kind. The reason is found in its rich drinking qualities; in its permanent good- YHi ness. The quality never changes. Whether you buy it of a big coffee dealer or at a little grocery store around the corner, you get the same coffee, the same good- & nocc Vi r c n m o irilno frr irnur mnnntr VrM1 pnn't deceived if you buy ju3 V 1 J It is prepared by an individual firm who value their reputation too highly to endanger it by lowering the standard of their coffee. It is hermetically sealed and put up in packages by people of many years experience and utmost reliability. It is not ground because ground coffee loses two-thirds of its flavor before reach ing the consumer. It is not sold in bulk because of the possibilities of adulteration. It is not sold at a high price because it is better to sell millions of pounds of coffee at a small pront tnan Hundreds ot pounds at a large pront. Every package of Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee con tains information about many valuable articles that the consumer is entitled to receive. Ask your grocer for Arbuckles' Roasted Coffee. ARBUCKLE BROS., Notion Department, 1 New York City, N. Y.