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New My Items Gathered in by the Dniiner' Start ot Special Correspondents. Yergeunes Statlou. Club dance Tuesday night. Mrs. E. King Is sick with the grip. L. O. T. M. meeting April 24, May 8 and 22. John Krupp of Smyrna was hero Su nday. K. O. T. M. meeting April 27, May 11 and 2V Mrs. Z. I). Frost was a victim of ery sipelas last week. (Meaner meeting May 3rd and will add 3 new members. Ira Gardner is very sick with Inflara mation of the bowels. Mr. James Ilelmer of Grand Uaplds was a guest of P. Ford's Monday night. Alanson Ulosser moved his house hold goods to his own home last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Mason of Slay ton attended Gleaner meeting here last Friday night. Kirk Ford left last week Friday with Paul Cramer to work on the electric bridgo at Ada. The A. O. O. G. of Alton will give a daneo at Lowell May 10th. A genuine eurpriso was sprung on Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Porter last Friday night when a number of their friends and neighbors came to their house and presented them with a fine new milch cow in place of the one they lost. Thev were verv much overcome as it was ko unexpected. Words cannot be cin to express the crratltude they feel for this kind act. The generous donators of Vergennes, Grattan and Lowell will please accept our sincere and heartfelt thanks and gratitude for your valuable gift to us in our hour of need in the shape of a fine new milch cow in the place of the one we lost and of hay and corn fodder. May God endow you all with his rich est blessings is the prayer of Mr. and Mrs. C.ll. Porter. I'aiinonsburg. Mrs. John S. Baker is on the sick list. Mrs. Jas. Nesbitt visited Uockford friends last Wednesday. L. P. Thomas of Lowell was looking after the interests of his farm this week. (Quarterly meeting was held at the Freo Methodist church last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. K. M. Vroman and children of Wayland are making her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L.Thomas a visit. The sugar social held at the Grange hall last Friday evening for the pur pose of obtaining money to buy an or gan was well attended. Ilarman Bailey has moved his fam ily into George Hartwell's houso. Mrs. Bailey has fully recovered from a severe attack of erysipelas. Gleaner meeting last Friday even ing. They will meet again May 4th. Companions of subordinate Arbors please visit Cannon Arbor for they need your assistance. Simon Ilerrington and family now occupy their homo In the "Burg." Mr. II unfortunately cut one of his fingers on a barb wire and it is caus ing him serious trouble, blood poison having taken place. Mrs. Miller, an old resident of Can non township, died at her home, April 19, 1001. She was born In Fulton Co., New York, 1812. At the ago of 25 was married to Charles Miller. In 1837 moved to Onondaga Co., New York, and 18G2 to Michigan where she resid ed until her death. The funeral ser vices were held at the Congregational church, Bostwick Lake, Ilev. Kruse ofllciatlng. She leaves three Bona and two daughters to mourn her loss. YfrgpnnesMoseey. Win, Condon is painting and paper ing his house. Mr, Cannon has a lot of large stono hauled to repair his mill. Frank Carey of Parnell got kicked with a horse one day last week. Mrs. Otis White Is able to sit up. 'Not strong enough to walk yet, Mrs. Orrin Trumbull returned home Friday from her visit In Oakfield. Miss Martha Gahan spent Sunday at homo and attended church at Parnell. Hank Corrigan sold a horse to Pat Norton and bought a team in Bowne. Recent snow and rains have been great benefit to wheat and other crops. Mrs. John Ilapeman took dinner with her eon Judd of South Lowell last Tuesday. Ernest Godfrey of Lowell brought his young stock up Monday, and sowed his clover seed. We aro informed that Culley Wig gins is about buying the Little Brown farm of the heirs. Five men and a team came up from Lowell Friday to do preliminary work to repair the electric dam. Tho Beldlng Citizen's Electric Light Co., is putting in a bronze shaft in their motor at Lowell electric power houc. The Mont Mtubborn Coogha resulting from an attack of la grlppo or heavy cold, must yield to the wonder ful healing properties of Foley's Honey and Tar, which strengthens tho lungs and makes tnem sound. W. 1. Bonedlct. Smyrna. Com. Burhans visited our schools on Monday. v Frank Jones' baby Is very low with pneumonia. Mrs. G. I. Hoppough was in Grand Uaplds recently. Miss Hhoda Northway of Beldlng Sundayed in town. Fred Condon Is better, attended by Dr. Malcora of Lowell. Weddini? bells will soon ring for Charles Bryn and Miss Annie Krupp Congratulations. The robins in this vicinity seem to bo very hoarse; perhaps a dose of Bene diet's one minute cough cure would be advisible. Frank Krupp with his mandolin and Boston Skellenger with his guitar at tended tho golden weddin? of Mr. and Mrs. Kohn of Miriam on Monday. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kohn, C2 neighbors and relatives met by Invitation to celebrate the golden wedding of the old people, relatives being present from Grand Rapids, Greenville, Belding, Smyrna and yl cinity, and a grand dinner was served. Cut flowers decorated the tables. A dainty five o'clock tea was also in or der. Mr. and Mrs. Kohn were presen ted with a silver cup and saucer lined with gold for each of them. The event was closed in the evening with a hop for the young people which was very much enjoyed and we think the old people must feel as if they had really enjoyed a wedding and all were very happily entertained. Kartonville. Mrs. Sidney Gardiner is very poorly at this writing. Mrs. F. Swain spent last Saturday afternoon at Mr. Ilotchkiss's near Miriam. Mrs. C. E. Totten who has been hav ing a siege of the grip, is now conva lescent. Mrs. Floyd Totten of Belding spent part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Totten. Several people from this place attend ed the golden wedding at Mr. Kohn's in Keene last Monday. George Richmond returned to Ann ArDoriasi Monday alter spending a ten days vacation with his parents. lie Kept Ilia Let. Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of Hartford, Conn., scratched his lej with a rusty wire. Inflammation and blood poisoning set in. For two years ho suffered Intensely. Then the best doc tors urged amputation, "but" he writes, "I used one bottle of Electric Bitters and 1J boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my leg was sound and well as ever." For Eruptions, Eczema,Tetter, Salt Kheum, sores and all blood disor ders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth. Try them. Connell Bros. will guarantee satisfaction or refund money. Only 60c. A lien tie Hint. In our style of climate, with, with Its sudden changes of temperature, rain, wind and sunshine often intermingled in a single day, it is no wonder that our children, friends and relatives are so frequently taken from us by neglect ed colds, half the deaths resulting di rectly from this cause. A bottle of Boschee's German Syrup kept about your home for immediate use will pre vent serious sickness, a large doctor's bill, and perhaps death, by the use of three or four doses. For curing Con sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia, severe coughs, Croup, or any disease of tho Throat or Lungs, its success is sim ply wonderful, as your druggist will tell you. Get a sample bottle free from W. I. Benedict. Regular size 75cts. Get Green's Prize Almanac. Free II and ho me Cuff Iluttoiin. Send your name and address to the New York trading Company. 128 Hanv ilton Place, New York, and they will send you a handsome pair of CUFF ijuttons for ladies or gentlemen ah- solutely fkee, and also their large catalogue of Household Goods, Novel ties, Jewelry, etc. These handsome cuff muttons are made from tho trimmings of the battleship Maine, which was blown up in Havana harbor. Every man and woman should have hem, as a souvenir of the Spanish war. The firm is making this generous offer to the public to advertise their houso. Send today, and inclose four cents in stamps to pay postage. Their catalogue will save you many dollars. Stick To It. Geo. L. Heard, of High Tower. Ga.. writes, "Eczema broke out on ray babv covering his entire body. Under treat ment of our family physician he got worse as he conld not sleeD for tho burning and itching. We used a box of Banner Salve on him and by the time it was gone he waj well. Tho doctor seeing it was curing him said, "stick to It for it is doing him more good than anything I have done for him." From an Old Soldier. Detroit, Mich., Feb. 6, 1900. I hereby certify that I have used Dr. C. D. Warner's Compound of Seven Cures and will gay that his remedy has no equal in building up the system and giving renewed life and vigor to peo ple advanced In years. JOHN UOUGIILIN. B. Presson.Pressonville.Kans , writes "Nothng like Foley's Honey and Tar, is tho universal verdict of all who have used It. Especially has this been true of coughs accompanying la grippe. Not a single bottle failed to give rel lef." W. I. Benedict. ORDINANCE NO. :$0 OF 11 IK CITY OF H ELDING. Au ordinance itrautlntr ieruilslon to tie Grand Kaplds and Ueldlnir Railway com puny, Us successors or assigns, to construct, ir.aintalu, use and operate a street railway in the City of Belding. and defining the powers, privileges and restriction of the said Grand Kanld and Heldinjf Hallway company, its fcuccemtors or assigns. The City of Beldimr ordains as follows: Section 1. That authority and consent Is hereby jfiven and granted to and duly vested In the said (J rand Kaplds and lieldini; uau way compauy. its successors und asik", to use, operate und construct, keep and main tain a street railway In und along the follow ing streets in said city with all the necessary ami convenient tracks, for turnouts, cross overs and switches, provided, however, suld turnouts, crossovers und switches hliatl not be constructed on Main street letwcen Hroas and Hridtre streets, and tho same to use and oiH-rato thereon, curs, coaches, carriages and other vehicals during all the time herein spec-tiled and mentioned, In, through, upon and along the following streets, viz: Entering tho cltv from tho west over a private right of way nenr tho state roaJ, thence easterly across Flat river and across rront street on a curve to the left to isroas street, thence north ulonir and upon Itroas street to Main street, thence east on Main street to Flat river, across Flat river to Ash- Held avenue, thence northerly along ana upon Ashflcld avenue to Kiversldo avenue, and easterly on Kiversldo uvenuo to Kockvulo street.and in, through, over, ami upon and along such other streets, avenues, alleys, and places in tho said city of Ik-Ming us may hereafter be determined by order of the com uion council of the city of Ilelding. Sec. X. 1 hat tho truck of suid railway may bo laid of any standard rail of not less than sixty pounds to tho liniul yard, to be selected by tho suld gruntee, its successors or assigns, and approved by somo person selected by the common council of suid city, lho kiki grantee, its successors and assigns, in con structing suld railway shall cause till rails to be lutd in such manner as to least obstruct the passage over tho same of vehtcals, und shall confirm to tho grudes us established at the time of laying tho sunie, or as they shall from time to tune bo established or ultered, und in case of gruding or paving any of the b'trects over which the Hues of said railway shall run, If it be necessary to relay the said rails, tho same shall be done at the expense of said grantee, its successors and assigns, and all streets or purls of streets which are not graded over which said railway shall run. suld grantee, its successors und assigns, shull have the right to grade for constitution only; such grading to be according to the established grade of said streets. See. 3. The track of said railway shall bo laid in the centre of tho street, and provided further that on all streets thut aro not made full width, the track of said railway may bo laid elsewhere than in the centre thereof (as may be most convenient) under tho direction of the common council, and as shall least obstruct the public travel thereon. Sec. 4. lhe surface of tho streets lnsi.io the rails and tracks to bo kept in good order and repair, and the rails of suld track shull not bo over of an inch above the surface of the street where the truck is luld in the centre of tho street. Said track to be laid under the direction of such ofllcer us the common council shall or may uppoiut, and shull be changed us the changes in the street may render necessary. See.fi. lhe common council shall have the right to order the said gruntee, its sue censors and assigns, to make such neeess.try repairs betweeu its rails and trucks and eight Inches outside- of rails and so much more as they may disturb, as they may deem necessary and proper, and If said grantee, its successors and assigns, docs not make such necessary repair Inside of M days after duo notice, the common council may cause such repairs to be made and charge the expense thereof to said grantee, its successors and assigns. All such repairs to bo made under the direction and to the satisfaction of the common council. Sec. 0. Whenever the common council i shull order any of the said streets paved, said gruntee, its successors and assigns, shall bear and pay the expense of paving between its rails und tracks, and eight inches outside of the rails, und shull have tho right to pay the cost of such paving upon the same terms and conditions as the owners of lands abutting on said streets may be required or authorized to pay their assessments for making suld 1m- irovements. Sec. 7. If it shall become necessary to relay said rails, the same shall be done at the expense of tho gruntee, its successors und assigns, and In all streets or parts of streets he rails shall be laid m such manner as shall least interfere with the public travel thereon: and the gruntee, its successors and assigns, shall remove all ice, snow, dirt und illlh from such parts of the streets as may be occupied by Its tracks, when occasion shull require it, ut its own expense and in such manner as not to obstruct tho travel of any part of the street or highway. Sec. . Said city of Uelding shall have and hereby reserves the right to remove or obstruct the track of suid railway, or cause the same to be done, on any portion of the lino of said rul'wuy, whenever it may be necessary to do so, for the purpose of laying down and repairing gas or water pipes, con strutting or repairing sewers, drains, gutters, streets or avenues, required to be done with out being liable to said grantee, its successors or assigns for damages. Said city shall not bo liable in any way to said grantee, its suc cessors and assigns, for any injury that may be done to the tracks, or other work by means of the breaking of uny gas or water )Iik8, or by the reason of any chanae In the grude of any street or thoroughfure. or by reason of any other work or improvements required to be done or made in said city by order of the common council; and Individuals shall have the right and privilege of moving ny uuiiuing across tho line of said track. provided permit is given by the common council and due notice Is given the company, but shall use all diligence to avoid obstruct ing tho same. Sec. U. The cars run by said company shall at all ttmes be entitled to the track, and persons and vehicals upon said track shall uss over and away from such cars as quick- y as possible to leave such track unob- tructed. ?ec. 10. The cars to be used on such rail way shull be drawn at a speed to le regulated y an oidiuance of the Common Council: and the said grantee, its successors ami assigns, hall run its cars at regular intervals each day unng trie nie or this ordinance, and as of ten as the public convenience shall reauire.to no ueternuned upon by said irrantee: but the suld gruntee, its successors and assigns, shall not be compelled to run its curs earlier than six o'clock a. m. or later than twelve o'clock mid-night. Sec. 11. Cars drawn In tho same direction shall not approach each other within a dis tance of 100 feet, except in case of accident or at stations for tho purpose of connecting iwo curs logeiner. Sec. 12. Conductors shall not allow pas sengers, ladies or children, to enter or leuvo tho cars while in motion. S c. 1.1. All cars running after sunset and before daylight In the morning shall te pro vided with a suitable headlight and shall at ,n nines nave suitable bell or gong which hall bo sounded at all points where it shall be necessary to warn persons ot its approach. Sec, 11. The Said grantee, its Rueeessors or assigns, are authorized to carry upon its cars, passengers, United States mail, express, baggage, farm and garden products, and oth er freight. Cars shall not stand upon Main street for loading or unloading, any such pro duce or freight. The city reserves the right to regulate by ordinance the hours for Tun ing I relight cars on Main street. See. 1. The fare for each nusHenorr with in suld city limits shall bo five cents or eight civets lor twenty-five cents, und for two miles beyond the present limit, nvrr tlm hole or any part or Parts of nnl.l rnilwav shall be five cents each way. Sec. HI. If said grantee, its successors or assigns, shall fail to complete its road and have the same In ojeratlou by December 1st, 1SH12, then all the rights and privileges here by granted shall be forfeited to tho City of beldlng. Sec. 17. This ordinance shall take Imme diate effect, but shall become void and inop erative less the said grantees, shall within IM) days from the date of its passage, notify the city Council of its aceeptunco of tho pro- Tisions nereiu contained. See. IS. The powera and privileges con lerreu uy the provisions of (his ordinauo shall be limited to thirty years from and afte u passage. Sec. 1U. Suld grantee, its successors or as signs, shall huve the right to use tho over neait trolley system of electricity, uud shull not use steam, cable, or horse power as the motive power lor propelling its curs and f uch purposes may erect n-eessury poles an siring wires or other uppurtenauces along th streets und thoroughlun-s upon which thel iracKs muy extend, such poles to be erected una wires strung in such manner as to com ply with tho requirements of uny ordinanc ol suld city which Is now, or may hereafte oo in roree regulating the sumo on publi thoroughfares. See. IM. Tho Common Council hereby re SCrVCS l ie rhr it tl IllJikt; Hilih fni-tl.,.r ml.... orders und regulations as may from time to lime oo accrued necessary to protect the in lerests, safety, welfare or accomodation of me public in relation to said railway. cee. In erecting poles and wires, the aid gruntee, its successors und assigns, shall not interfere with any poles, wires und lamps mm wnenever u is necessary in tlie construe non or suld rallwuy to rearrango any poles Wires and lainns. Mk ivriiiu th..r....r it ..,.- shull bo paid by said grantee, its successors ami assigns. sec. 1 his ordinuueo Is given with tho express understanding that the suid gruntee us successors or assigns, shall extend such railway to the city of Grand Kapids other ninu whs ordinance snail cease and bo Void. Sec. M3. The Citv of lieldinirshH.il not h uuoio for any injury to persons or property I'cea&ioiicu oy sum ruuwuy either in tho con struction or operutlou thereof. See. 111. biich use of streets u-i Is LTjititn.l uy mis oruinanco snail not ho construed to mean tho use of bridges except w hen sikj cuicaily mentioned, or bv special resolution ot tho council. , oct, o. j iurincr conati on or th nr dtuunce is such that in case of tho applica tion oi one or more additional luterurban or street railways for franchise into tho City of is-lding that the within named grantee, its Bu-ressors or ussigns, snail grunt men per mission upon tne payment to suid grantee 11.3 successors ana assigns, a reusoiiablo sum us u compensation for the use of the trucks und bridges. In case of disagreement us to the amount of said i.aviiii nt for such use as uoovo named, then it is herein provided that same shall bo submitted to urbitrutlou: one urbitrutor to be sel.-cted bv tho herein named gruntee, its successors and assigns, tho other aruitor to be selected by applicant und the two so chosen to select the third known ns umpire, said umpire to Ihj selected before tho two urbitrutors proceed to their duties as a oourd or urbitrutors, and such amount of compensation as ilxed by said board shall bo me amount or compensation to be paid suld gruntee, Its successors or assigns, for the use of suid trucks und bridges. It is also herein provided that in case of arbitration each party shall pay for its arbitrator, the expense of the umpire being divided equally between uoin tno grantee una uppncant. Sec. an. it is further provided thut in case the said uruud Kapids and lidding Kailway company, its successors and assigns, shull iuii to comply wun any ot the above Provis ions of this ordinance it shall be optional with the Common Council to declare this franchise forfeited. Sec. y7. This ordinance shall be known as ordinance number thirty-nine of the City of neiaing, ami is approyea una uaopted by the Common Council this X'ld day of March, A. D., H01 WALDO M. FUANCISCO, Mayor. V. Moli.ton. City Clerk. How It N Done, The first object in life with the American people is to "get rich;" tho second, how to regain good health. Tho first can be obtained bv euererv honesty and saving; tho second, (good health) by using Green's August Flow er, bnouid you do a despondent suf ferer from any of tho effects of Dvs pepsia, Liver Complaint, Appendicitis, Indigestion, etc., such as Sick Head ache, Palpitation of tho Heart, Sour Stomach, Habitual Costiveness, Dizzi ness of the Head, Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits, etc., you need not sulTer another day. Two doses of tho well known August Flower will relieve yoj at once. Goto U . I. Benedict's and get a sample bottle free. Regular size octs. Get Green s Prize Almanac. rrnnounerd h (.rent Itemed?. un. Warner: Dear Sir In behalf ol the White Wine of Tar Syrup I can say it is a great remedy for weak lungs. i naa pneumonia eight years ago which left my lungs in bad condition. I used tho White Wino of Tar Syrup you sent me, and am greatly benefit ted, lean recommend It as a good medicine. I hope you will supply our druggist at Cabool, Mo., Mr. Gorman, as I would like more of it. Yours truly, Key. John W. Brown. Given up to Die With Croup. Mrs. P. L. Cordicr of Mannlngton, Ky., writes: "My three year old girl had a severe case of croup, tho doctor said she could not live and I gave her up to die. I went to tho store and got a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar, the first dose gave quick relief and saved her life. W. I. Benedict. V. B. Conklln, Bowersvllle, O., says: "I received more benefit from Foley's Kidney Cure than by months of treat ment by physicians. W. I. Benedict. MOKTU.WK SALK. DEFAULT having been made In the condi tions of a certain mortgage, whereby the power therein contained to s-ll has become op erative, executed by Orren Vnngtlder and Ix visa Vungilder, his wife, to Hyron Thomas bearing date the 12th day of January, A. D., und recorded in the oillce of the Register of Deeds for the county of Ionia, in said state 01 .Michigan, on the 13th day of January, A. 1).. Ml, in Liber T of Mortgages, on pugc 171; which said mortgage was duly assigned on the th day of June. A. I)., IM2, by the said Hyron Thomas to Ed W.I'eck; which said assignment was. on the 2th of June, A. D..1W2, recorded in the said reglster'sortlce.ln Liber fl)of mortgages on page 4WJ; upon which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the sum of One Hundred ftevriity-HRlit hiiiI 43 I out h Dollars I H.43), and no suit or pro ceding at law having been instituted to re cover the same or any part thereof: Notice is therefore hereby dven that on Monday, the 10th day of June l!oi at 10 o'clock in the fore noon, I sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, sale to take place at the front door of the court house, in the city of lonla, that being the place where th circuit court for Ionia county is held, the premises described in said mortgage or so much thereof as shall be neces sary to satisfy the amount duo on such mort gage, with 8 per cent interest, und legal costs, together with an attorney's fee of ten dollars provided for by statute, that Is to say. the fol lowing piece or parcel of land, situate in Ionia county, in the state of Michigan, viz: Tho south west quarter (!) of tho north west quar ter () of section six (0) In town eltrht (H) north of range seven (?) west in the township of Orleans. Dated (Jreenvllle, Mich.. March II th A. D. 1901. Ei I'kck, Assignee of said Mortgage. (- U AKLES U RAUIF. Attorney for Assignee. XOTIVK OF lir.AHlSd CLAIMS. LJTATE OF Michigan, County of Ionia, ss. police is hereby Klvcn, tUat by an order of th3 i rooaie i:ourt for tho CmiMr nf inni. nude on the 2Mh day of March, A. I). IWU, lx months from that date were allowed for credit ors to present their claims npatnst the estate of "rah A. Sharkey, deceased, late of said county, deceased, and that all credltorsof said deceased are required to present their claims to said Pro bate coart. at the Probate omco In the city of tonla. for examination and allowance, on or be lore the 25th day or September next, nd that ?"crlalms will be heard before said court, on jnih day of September next, at ten o'clock in Jt forenoon of that day. Dated March .'), A. I), ml. Wm. o. Wkiistkk, Judge of Probate. rcptorcno Tablets euro Hcmlacho. THE VARIETY STORE ALL Till: LATEST NOVKLTIKS IN Ladies Ties, Collars and Belts. SATURDAY Wo Will Plato on Sale 13 PIECES OF GLASSWARE FOR 29 CENTS. SEE OUR WINDOW. W. YALE ARE BEST! o We know it and would like you to know it. Try them and be convinced Sold in Belding only by ..Underwood Bros.. RE-UPHOLSTERING FURNITURE REPAIRING . . . I am ready now to do all kinds of Upholstering" Repairing have a FIHST CLASS MAX. If have a Couch or Chairs that are worn out and frame is good bring them in; I can make them as good as new. My prices are right and work guar anteed. A full line of samples to select from. Will bkild uew Couches and Chairs to order. I can call and get your repair work and deliver same. BRING IN YOUR Yours for Geo. fcFURNITUItE AND UNDERTAKING. BE-LDTTTn. S Wcro Looking Tor n S 7 SPRING HAT? j Wo hnvo the in In All Styles nnd I'riocs, and I would ho plcitscd tt soc you. Call and bo C i eonvlncvd thut wo hnvo tho ,l:lncst i L,ino in tho City. f J YOUKS If OR ItUSIXI'SS. S I M. M. STONE. I NOW IS THE TIME GARDEN and I am prepared to furnish them ages. If your Stock or Poultry are not doing well try the FAMOUS PRUSSIAN FOODS and RKMKDIKS. They are rniaranteed to do as represented. When you want good TKA and COFFKK my 40c Tea and 19c Coffee will please you. Poth are guaranteed to give satisfaction. STOEL J. SMITH, chadwick. THE CITY LAUNDRY Does Nice White Work So say those of the best dressed men In the city. We do not uso any Injurious elif mlral to rot your clothing. Wo reraovo rouph edges from your Col lars and Cuffs. C. C. SHEFFLER. Prop'r.'WM, LAMBCCK, A. CHAVE. and and you the WORK. EBusiness, W. DeWitt. TO BUY SEEDS for you either in bulk or pack Jfafionl I am prepared to Clean, Press nnd Kepalr your clothing neatly and oulcklv at reasonable prices Shop located over Holmes UroH. clothing store. GIvo rne a call. OCXIXiXDGXBGXDGaiaTaIa