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THE CAUSE Of Backaches and Headaches, an J Remove It by Using DR. A. W. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS. The error of the dav in medical treat ment is the "doctoring" of effects in Btead of getting at the Cause. A powder for headache, a tablet for indigestion, and a plaster for backache. These may afford slight temporary relief, but next day the old trouble is back again. Be sides, think of the effect of a drug strong enough to stop headaches almost immediately. Backache is kidney ache." A sure in dication that the kidneys are badly dis eased. Backache is nature's signal of alarm to warn people that the kidneys are no longer able to perforin their duty of filtering the blood. And this means that the foul impurities which would otherwise be carried off by the kidneys remain in the blood, and find their way to every organ of the body, where they act as deadly poisons. Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Tills are the world's greatest kidney cure, because they act directly on the kidneys and re store them to health, strength and vigor. They remove the cause of headaches, backaches and au endless chain of most fatal and complicated diseases. Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills are purely vegetable, and act plcasatitly and naturally. One pill a dose ; 25 cents a box, at all dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. BELDING, MICH. Organized in 1SSJ) and conducted under State Hanking Law. Money to Loan on Ileal Estate Mort gages on easy terms. Three per cent, interest paid on all Time and Savings Deposits. DIRECTORS: II. J. Looiiiinl, I'iv. A. X. Mil.liiitf, V. Pres. W. P. Iletheriimtoii. O. F. WVbsti-r, II. I. Pite. Klimr Iv. I'iilt's F. P. 1 1 ;t 1 1 1 1 1 1 ;i 1 1 . Patronage Respectfully Solicited. Chas. S. Felch, Cashier. Daily Papers! Leave your order with me for your dailies. All the Grand Rapids, Chicago and Detroit papers qh sale. 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TIdUE BcldingSavings Bank II IE Ooioioitoieoitot'eoitoitoitoitoitoo I HIRE HMI'S HlSSiON. I o 00"Oa10"Oi00".tOOi0"40atOafOO May Worthlujrtiui sat In her luxu rious home thinking over the past bcv-t-u years of tier lite, and. if one may jitdtfo by the expression upon her fair face, then hers were no pleasant rev eries. Yet they were not nil sad memories, for her face would brighten up with an almost holy lovelinht jn her eyes, as if the dark clouds were almost dis pelled by the strong rays of golden sunlight. And it was so. Hers was the not un familiar story of old-a life begun un der the most promising conditions, domestic happiness ami wedded unity. Harold Worthington, the trusted and trustworthy cashier In a large banking institution, had welcomed his bride to an elegantly appointed home. For throe years theirs was a life of ideal happiness, and when little Marjorle came to bless their union they felt as If their happiness had been crowned. Then came, the time when that de mon jealousy had entered the breast of Harold Worthington, unfounded, It is true, and sowed by the poisonous tongue of an envious clubman. Hut the little seed so cunningly planted grew until its thorns rankled and cut deep, and as time wore on a coldness sprang up between the once united hearts. Kach was too proud to make humble concession, and Harold re mained of tener and longer at his club, until llually, after an open dissension, he remained away altogether. Hourly each had longed for the old happy days of sweet, sweet home, but pride that barrier to so many happy firesides, pride forbade. On this particular evening May had put little Marjorle to bed, and then she sat down and, relaxing her self control, threw her arms upon the ta ble and, burying her white face in them, cried out: 4,Oh, Harold, Harold! If it had not been for your unreasonable Jealousy, we might have been so happy!" So absorbed was she that she did not hear the ring at the doorbell nor the footsteps In the hall. The man who had Just entered start ed back as he saw the bowed form. Then, ndvanclug, he said gently: May!" She started to her feet, and for an instant the old glad look of welcome sprang Into her eyes. Then, suddenly remembering, she drew herself up proudly and coldly said: "Harold! You here? I dou't under stand. It has been so long." "Yes," he replied, in au equally cold tone. "I am going away for a year, two years, ten years I cannot tell and I have come to make settlements for your support and Marjorie's educa tion before leaving forever" "Hush! She must not hear." He paused, and his glance followed that of his wife. There, between the parted curtains, stood a little white robed figure, almost angelic in its puri ty. Then she sprang forward with a glad cry of "Papa! Papa! I knew it was my papa's voice!" Straight into his arms she sprang and was clasped close to the father's heart. The almost heartbroken mother could bear no more and quietly with drew, leaving them together. "Papa?" "Yes, darling." "Where have you been so long? We have been so lonesome. It made mam ma cry, and when I said my prayers mamma said if I prayed hard God would keep you safe and bring you home, and, oh, papa, he has, he has! You will never go away again, will you 7" And she twined her little arms around his neck and kissed him with childish fervor. The strong man shook with emotion, and a great sob burst from him as he bowed his head upon little Marjorie's neck and asked: "And mamma would she wish it?" "Oil, yes! She will not cry any more if you stay mamma, mamma! Where are you?" "Here, dear," responded May as she entered the room. "Papa is never going away again, and we shall have him all of the time. Oh, aren't we glad, mamma?" May, remembering her husband's words when he camo in, looked at him Inquiringly. "Shall I stay, May?" "Say yes, mamma oh, say yes, quick!" cried the child. "Harold," she said, and her voice rang with truth, "as my Heavenly Fa ther bears me witness, your suspicions were most unjust unfounded. Prom the day that I met you at the altar your honor has been ns dear to me as my own, and I have been faithful to you in thought, word and deed. I can only answer your question by asking another: My husband, can you trust me?" "Yes, May, my own true wife. My C3'cs have been opened, and I have longed oh, how I have longed-for this hour! Take me back to your heart, my darling one, and let us begin again. Come, Ma j', come to me!" Half an hour later the young wife, with a happy smile upon her sweet face, pointed to little Marjorle as she lay sleeping in her father's arms. "Yes," said the father as he gazed upon the upturned face, "the little peacemaker's mission Is finished,' and she sleeps." Then they ho re her to her little white lied, kissed her dosed eyes, and, hand in hand, they knelt down In si lent thanksgiving.- lioston Post. The Proper I'lnoc, "Family portraits should generally be hung In the hall, shouldn't they?" "Yes; most of them In a real lrk back hall'-Chlcaco Record. Thero is nothing In loneliness to bo equal tho loneliness of a biff city. . PEOPLE OF THE DAY. Colonel Lord Rat hurst of tho Glou cester regiment will com ma ml the es cort that takes General Cronje to St Helena and will, for n time at least, remain In command of the guard that Is to watch over the captured Doer. The Karl of Rat hurst Is a good looking young peer, about .t! years of age. The old saw about history repeating itself has an inning. It was a great- F.AKL OK KATIIUKST. grandfather of the present Earl of Rathurst who sent Napoleon to St Helena. Lord Rathurst, the elder, was at that time minister of war and min ister of the colonies, and under his or ders the Little Corporal was deported to the Island that lias since been fa nious because it was made the prison home of the great French general. Klpllnu at Home. When Kudynrd Kipling and his faml ly are at Rottingdean, England, they lead a quiet life. The village Is one of the quaintest in England, and many famous people have lived there. The village Is planted in. what seems to be a large crevice in the chalk cliffs. There is a little stone church near the Kipling house that Is "(kj years old. All the dwellings are surrounded by walls, a relic of olden days, when every man's house was his castle. Kipling's house remains as when it was built, hundreds of years ago. It has small windows and a steep roof, and around the place, Inside and out, Is the air of carelessness always associated with literary people. Inside, most of the rooms are gloomy, because the numer ous trees near the house have not been thinned out. There Is some line antique carved furniture in the house, though Kipling took over with him many pieces of modern American furniture, that look queeily out of place, stuffed chairs and sofas being among them. A big library table is littered with pipes, pa per, ink and ashes, and it is here Kip ling writes. When the weather Is good, nearly every morning finds Kipling down on the giavdly beach talking with his two children and all the neighbors' youngsters. He does not shoot nor ride nor tish. When he Is not working, he Just loafs. He dislikes strangers and hates to get up early In the morn ing. To Snooeed General Otis. General Arthur MacArthur will suc ceed to the command of the American forces In the Philippines when General Otis leaves for home next month. General MacArthur has had a bril liant career as a soldier. He Is a med al of honor man, having won the covet ed badge by planting the colors of his regiment on the captured works at GEXEKAL AKTIIUK MACAKTTrrjR. Missionary Ridge in 1SC.1. MacArthur was born in Massachusetts, and went to the front as a private In the Twenty-fourth Wisconsin volunteers In 1SG1. At the close of the war he was a colo nel. He entered the regular. army In lS;i as a lieutenant. Within six mouths he was made a captain. He made a notable record ns an Indian fighter, and his progress has been sure and steady. It In I'Inin Mr." Aator. William Waldorf Astor is discovering In sundry little ways that lie has not bettered his position lu English society by Hinging away his birthright of American citizenship. Refore he be came a naturalized Englishman he was allowed to sport the title of "honora ble" because he had once been a mem ber of an American legislature. The Marquis de Fontonoy says he has now received a quiet semiofficial tip to abandon the use of this title, which has a more definite meaning In Eng land than In the United States. Sons or daughters of peers above a certain rank are officially allowed to use this handle to their names, and Mr. Glad stone with some difficulty secured the same privilege for members of colonial legislatures. As Mr. Astor Is only a common middle class Englishman, he can be nothing but plain "mister" and Is denied even the much abused "squire." - Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. Society ia not all frivolity. It is one of the hardest working professions. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. The Dreadful Thlnir l'erl Did Mne Con u nd ru iim Dorothy's SlUMtll'tH. The minute the boys got homo Aunt Mllllcent knew something had happen ed, but of course she didn't dream Perl innocent eyed, gentle Perl had been doing a dreadful thing! She saw Flyun unharnessing without once stopping to pat Fcrl, and she was sure she didn't hear the clink of the sugar bowl cover that meant Early was getting Perl his reward of merit sugar plums. Neither of the boys petted the dainty llttlo horse. "What in the world!" said auntie. Then they came Into the house, and she saw how sorrowful Early's face Was and how stern Flynn's was. "What In tho world!" "Aunt Mllly," began Early slowly, "Perl's been doing a dreadful thing!" "A dreadful thing!" echoed Flynn dismally. "Has he run over anybody?" cried Aunt Mllllcent anxiously. "Tell mo quick, boys!" "Xo'm oh, no'm; that Isn't It! Rut I guess It's worse. He's pick pocketed." "Yes'm. Perl's pickpocket ed., "Oh!" Auntie couldn't any way help a little tone of relief. It would have been so dreadful if Perl had run over some body! And this other dreadful thing well, she would see. She folded her hands and waited. "You tell, Early." "No, you you're the tallest." "You've had the most multiplication tables, anyway." "Well, then. I'll tell. You see, auntie, we were going past Mr. Smilie's black smithery an Peri limped., So we went In to see 'bout it." Early's voice was shocked and sol emn, as he went on: "An Mr. Smilie's pocket book was sticking out of his be hind pocket an- an Perl plckpocketed it. That's the dreadful thing Peri did, auntie." "Dreadful!" murmured Aunt Mllll cent. "We were so 'shamed, but of. course we had to tell Mr. Smllie. You see, Perl Just reached down his nose an did It Just as easy. Auntie, d-do you s'pose he's been 'customed Jo pick pocketing things? Do you s'pose It's in his blood, same as we heard Uncle Rollin say lying was In Patsy O' Kane's 7" "Oh, auntie, say you don't s'pose!" interposed Flynn eagerly. "Well, I don't s'pose," said auntie promptly. "Does Perl seem sorry a bit?" "Oh, yes'm, he's sorry, but I'm 'fraid It's the sugar; we didn't give him any, you know. We had to punish him." "Yes'm, we had to. an we didn't pat him a single once; we Igernored him." "Poor little Peri!" cried auntie. "Let's go out, and see him. Early, bring two sugar plums. You see, boys, he hasn't any conscience voice, l'erl hasn't, and how can lie tell that pick pocketing a dreadful thing? He thought it was fun. He'd have taken it out as quickly If it had been an old newspaper in Mr. Smilie's 'behind pocket.' " "Why, Aunt Mllly!" v "I see now," said Flynn thoughtful Iy. "An that's Just the difference be tween pony, horses an little boys. Roys know. Come on. (Jet three lumps, Early. Let's hurry like anything." Annie Hamilton Donnell in Primary Education. . Mne ConnndruiiiM. 1. Why do you go to bed? Recause the bed will not come to you. 2. When Is a ship like a book? When It Is outward bound. 3. Why has an ocean voyage no ter rors for physicians? Recause they are accustomed to see sickness. 4. Why is a 'popular novel like nu tunin? Recause its leaves are quickly turned and always read (red). 5. Why should a thirsty man always carry a watch? Recause there Is a spring Inside of It. C. Who are the most exacting of all landlords? Why, the children, because they never fail to make their father and mother parents. 7. What Is It that no one wishes to have, yet, when he has It, he would bo cry sorry to lose? A bald head. 8. What conundrums are always at home? Those that are never found out. 1). What insect does a tail feather rep resent? A daddy long legs. Dorothy's Mnafn'ts. I'm sick of "mutitn'ts," said Dorothy D., Sick of "mustn'ts" as I can 1 From early morn till the close of lay I lirar a "mustn't" ami novrr a "may." It'a "You mustn't lie there like a slcrpy head," And "You mustn't nit up whin it's time for Led;" "You mustn't cry wh-n I cortiti jour curl." "You mustn't play with those noisy girU;" "You mustn't le silent when npnken to," "You mustn't chatter ai parrot do;" "You mustn't Ik? jiort, and you mustn't b prouJ," "You mustn't rIprIo or lauh aloud;" "You mustn't rumple your nice clean dregs," "You mustn't nod In place of a yea." So all day long the mustn't po Till I dream at niht of an endless row Of ftohlin "mustn'ts" with great Mf eye That stare at me in shocked surprise. Oh, I hope I shall live to oee the day when some one will hay to me, "Dear, you may!" For I'm sick of "mustn't," saiJ Dorothy P., Sick of "mustn'ts" as I can he. Rochester Post-Express. Ilonac Not Home. Willie, aged .", bounded Into the house one day, exclaiming ns he hung his hat on the hall rack, "This my home." A visitor said: "The house next door Is Just like this, Willie; suppose you went over there and hung your hat up In the hall, that would be your home as much as this, wouldn't It?" No. ma'am," said the little fellow. Why not?" asked the visitor. "'Cause my mother doesn't live there," was tho reply. One cannot imagine sorao pcoplo ever finding anything romantic in lifo. 3 Wi No woman can bo too careful of her condition during: the period be fore her little ones are born. Neglect or imprcper 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. She had better do nothing than do something wrong. 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. 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