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UNDERWEAR. One lot of about 20 dozen regular 50 cent goods re duced to 39C dd$$ I New I I Neck- I I wear I All $ ! In. I PANTS. Our Pants are as Cheap as last week. We are selling one lot of $2.50 to $3.50 pants. Your Choice for $i-75- All 50c Over alls, 45c. Yours for - - BARGAINS. HAN'S) Counkr of Main and Hriimik Sts, Ukldino. NEW DRY GOODS STORE.! North Side Next to We wih to call your special Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Calicos, Percales. Our assortment is ooiland Prices (Juaranteed at least as Ixiw as anyone if not a little Lower which we can do on ac count of low expense. We have Snyder's Extracts and Perfumes, liundKd by Mrs. Ma.-on. 5PRAGUE NOW COMES SOME 1 WILL SKLIr- A Large (Jlass Water l'itclier for Kc Six Tumblers for, Also a complete Water Set, coiisitin of Pitcher, Tumblers ami Kiu1josci1 Tray, for. .2.c W. G. Furniture and Crockery Store. igmtwmmimmmtimmmimmmng aonvi 3H1 B r3AA301 jo iiuuojp: jno.C i)Ui;v &il (IMV Try Us ATow We have three new machines in opperation, which means bet ter and quicker work. You orif imp fo Mfrif ouf of town for n tintnl of. Kindly let us know by 'phone or mail and we will be glad to give you good service at the City Laundry. V. f'. Hhotflor, lro. Teptorono Tablets rcgnlato ami cure a disordered stomach. 25 cts. icr box. all Off. UNDERWEAR, One lot of 25 cent goods on hand, now to close out, we will sell at 19c. I Kash rciothing Store! Hudson's Grocery. attention to our lines of (Si HUGHES. This is the Cash Store. KvervlH'dv will want some of this offering NELSON, Greenville, Mich "V "H (IUV SHI J, OVHH ASK YflllO r.ROCER FOR If J Raistort; Ihc 5 Minute Breakfast rood PURINA HEALTH PLOUR MAKKS "BRIKT BREAD" I'UKINA MILLS. ST. TX)UIS. MO. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys and budder fight Y TOURING IN EUROPE. I lie loiilu County IU)M i't AH the slulitn 11ml I'njoy lug TIm-iii-Hi'lvt'H Wry Miuh. Paris we found a very beautiful city and Intensely interesting, especially from an artistic point of view. From aris wo went to Korao Htoppin at Nice, Monte Carlo, Genoa and PUa for short visits. Nice and Monto Carlo are by far the most picturesque places we havo yet vihited. Hoth nro situated on the mountain slope and reach down the hhores of tho Mediterranean. The bluo waters of tho sea with tho pure white buildings of tho towns and the recti mountains back make a very triUIng picture. Genoa possesses quite a good deal of interest bUtori- ally, though we found it distinguished principally for it variegated odors. We remained live days in tho eternal ity. Modern Home Is much more cos mopolitan than we expected to find It. We spent most of our timo visiting the historical sections of tho city. We wore sorry our timo was so limited as person can put in two or three months there and still find much of in- rest to sec. u nen waiKing among the ruins of the old Roman Forum ot down In the catacombs and ancient prisons, or while visiting tho numerous churches that have figured soeonspicu ously in Unman history, wo at times. ilmost Imagined wo were llvinir bai it the beginning of tho christian era. 1 tilt on leaving ineso places, we were udoly awakened from our reverie by the gongs of electric ears and the get- out-of-tho-way shout of the cab men. The weather here is line especially In the morning and evening. The mid dle of the day is usually very warm but the nights are always cool. Wo have been fortunate enough to keen verv well, and are certainly having a fine time. There are a great many novel and interesting siuhts in Italv. but there is one little thing here that com pels a great deal of attention which persistently refuses to bo seen, never theless we are painfully aware of its existence. I refer to the Italian Ilea, for which this section of the country is noted. They seem to thrive especially well on American meat. At first we would walk along the street MiITerinc ill kinds of ngony, but wo found that wo were too modest, as nero in rsaples is is considered good form to scratch the affected parts, even in public. He tween the lleas and the people who want to serve us, it Is hard to tell which keeps us the more busy. Fully nine-tenths of the tourists In Italy at this season of the year arc Americans, and they certainly havo tho best of care. It fact, the people hero can't do enough for Americans. Inside of two minutes after arriving at a hotel every employe of the house from the chore boy up has served us in some way or other. We can't help being iinpre-M'd by the marked courtesy shown us. It gives us a feeling of importance to have so many servants anticipating our every want. On leaving the hotel, when wo pay our bill, the cleric will touch a hidden button and the servants from all over the houo Hock to tho office to bid us a farewell. They lino up in military order, salute in a very polite manner and each gives a frank (franc) smile that is quite irresistable. Not being able to speak French or Italian very fluently, we have had numerous amusing experiences, par ticularly at French restaurants, where one pays for everything he looks at, and everything that looks at him. On tho train coining from Paris ono of the passengers in our compartment was a pretty French girl, who sat next to Will for several hours. Not being able to speak each other's language It was rather embarassing and irritating, es pecially for Will. Hut a happy thought struck him. Wo havo a phrase hook which translates a number of ordinary useful phrases into several different languages. He was ready to try almost anything to relievo tho situation At the end of an hour and a half, with tho aid of the phrase book and numerous frantic gestures, he had succeeded in finding out that the girl lived in Pari, and that her mother was well, a re markably brisk conversationalist. Hut there is also danger in using tho phras-o book as Will discovered recently, when, In asking a Neapolitan Ihv.vrr irirl tho price of her ware, he made a mistake and pointed to, "May I nssUt you with your toilet?" Tt is needless to say that the result of thts effort was anything but satisfactory. The Neapolitans appear to be a dis tinctive tvpe. They aro quite differ ent from the people wo havo found In other Italian cities. There being s0 much of interest hero and In this yicinity, Naples has become rather a favorite haunt of tourists and a largn proportion of -tho Inhabitants depend entirely on tourists for a living. This may account In part for tho develop ment of the distinctive characteristics of the people of Naples. Summer is the dull season In southern Italy, koo few who aro hero get the undivided at tention of tho natives. They are cer tainly very shrewd and Ingcnous in their efforts. They always greet a tourist with a smllo that Is quite con tagious. Ycpterday wo visited Pom peii and Vesuvius and at times wo wtro fairly besieged by people who wtro lound to get our money in some way or other. In driving up tho volcano ev ery few rods we were held up by po-no beggar, usually an old or deformed p.r- gon who would Invariably exhibit his 1 deformity In Its worst shape. Then perhaps would couno some one with pictures or souvenirs to sell. Next a pretty girl who would walk beside our carriage and sing Italian songs in a really artistic manner. The Italians are all naturally musical, especially when they eonllno themselves to their own music. Occasionally they attempt national airs of a different country, but tho result Is usually disastrous to the linger. Then for a variety a boy would turn a few 'cartwheels" by tho bide of our earrlago and hold up his hat for money or a llttlo girl would hold up a few llowcru and Insist that they were "very line," a phraso Italians all use when importuning Americans. Then per haps some one would como to our car riage with wine for sale, or a few chor ries and other kinds of fruit. We would meet two or three girls with castanets and a tamborlno who would want toentertaln us with a tarrentella dance or give short sketches from Italian opeia, which they could do very creditably even under such dilli cultics. At ono time during the drive an en tiro orchestra of six pieces marched along with us for quite a dis tance playing American airs in a man ner that was quite painful; nor would they stop till wo threatened to throw stones at them. Hut these were only incidents, tho guides and attendants took most of our attention. They take every advantage they can. Anout nail way up the volcano we left our earrlago and continued tho as cent by the wire-rope-rall way, which is practically an elevator as tho ascent is so steep. We were able to get way up to the top and look down into the mouth of tho crater. It was a very In teresting trip all around. Old Vesu vius with us column 01 smoke rising .-lowly from its summit is a very docile looking volcano and It seems hard to realize that, at Its will, it can destroy whole cities and lay the land waste for miles around. Yet it was just as inof fensive looking in '7'J A. I)., when it buried Pompeii and Hoi culaneum. From Naples wo go to Florence and Venice and then up into Switzerland. Wo expect to bo out of the hands of these robbers and in the hands of our friends about the first of Septembei. Ciias. A. Waunku. Naples, June LMJ, lJ0l. VKUV MIX'II WAMKI). I li - I.itHt IV w Yettrtt Hit Shown Itrmark itllu liiorenH of NlreplenMirKH How to Overcome It. Sleeplessness is one 01 the most pro lific sources producing woak, nervous arm restless condition. I hero is no enso in using opiates, they only un dermino tho constitution. Nothing has ever been known to perfectly con irol this condition until the advent of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills. Their action is so gentle and soothing sweet refreshing sleep follows, then nature has a chance to build up. Mrs. W. A. Chase of Cor. Liberty and l'earl sts., lieldtng, Mich, says: "For some time past I had been both ered with nervousness, chiefly indicat ing itrelf by an inability to slecei sound at night. It seemed as though I could not get a good night's rest got some of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills at Connell Hros. Drur Store and felt so much better from their use, rested better and felt brighter and stronger and have no hesitation in recommending them. Dr. A. W. Chase's Nervo Pills aro sold at 50e a box at dealers or Dr. A W. Chao Medicine Co., Huffalo, N. V See that portrait and signature of A W. Chase M. I). are on evory package Dr. Geo. Fwing, a practicing physi clan of Smith's Grove, ivy,, for over thirty years, writes his personal exper ieneo with Foley's Kidney Cure. ".For vears I have been greatly bothered with kidney trouble ann enlarged pos trato gland. I used everything known to the profession without relief, until I was induced to try Foley's Kidney Cure. After using three bottles I was entirely relieved and cured. I pre scribe it now daily in my practice, and heartily recommend its use to all phy siclans for such troubles, lor 1 can honestly state I havo iorscribcd It In hundred of cases with perfect success." W. I. Hen edict. A irt lilMoovery for Oncer. Winusok. ON'T., Jan 24, 1900. Dr. C. D. Warner. Dear Sir: I have used your Compound of Seven Cures tho great cancer euro and blood purl tier, with excellent results. I do not hesitate to recommend It for tho pur poses for which It Is used. Its effects are in a short timo so manifest that it cannot tion. fall to give tho best satislac Jas. Cumminus. DKTKOIT Il VK STOCK MAICKKT. Michigan Central Livestock Yards Detroit, July The demand for live cattle is quiet this week receipts have been liberal of lato. Tho follow ing prices aro )eing paid at tho Detroit Live Stock Market: Primo steers and heifers, 9MlKf 00; handy butcher's cattle, $3 !0('f 4.40; common $2.10Vt3.75; dinner's cows, $1.5(X"2oO; stockers and feeders, dull, $2 75 (a) 4.00. Milch cows lower at $2."(fi45; calves lower at $1 7.Xrt.00. Sheep and lambs lower; prime Iambi $.".000t-i.fj0; mixed, $3.7o(a;4.75; culls, 1.7.X2.25. Hogs aro the leading feature In this market, light receipts trade Is active at the following prices: Prime mediums $.1 K.Vd Yorkers, $:.80(tf8 85; pigs, jt.YSiXff.'i.M; roughs, $4.7"5 25; stags, i off; cripples, $1 per cwt. off. Science has found that rheumatism is caused by uric acid In tho blood. This poison should bo excreted by tho kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure always makes them well. W. I. Henedlct. A Wholit Family. Hev. L. A. Duulap, of Mount Ver non, Mo., ays: "My children wcro aillictcd with a cough resulting from measles, my wife with a cough that prevented her from sleeping, more or less, for five years, and your White Wine of Tar Syrup has cured thcra all. jtiTrron na an littrntor. Mr. Jefferson Invented the copylnj press, lie writes to Mr. Madison Ic 1787: "Having a gnat d.-slre to have 9 portable copying machine and having studied over some experiments witfc the principle of large machines made to apply In the smaller one, I planned one In Kngland and had It made. II answers perfectly. 1 have set a work man to making them, and they are ol such demand that he has his hand full. I send 'you one. You must ex pect to make many essays before you succeed perfectly. A soft brush, like a shaving brush, is more successful than a sponge." Ho also sent a copy ing press to the Marquis de Lafayette as a present. He Invented the revolv log chair, now n familiar and neces nary article of furniture in all office, and counting rooms. The Federalist newspapers used to call It "Mr. Jeffer son's whirligig" and declared that he had devised It "so as to look all ways at once." Chicago Herald. Womlerfnl Mnnlcnl Memory. Sir John Staluer had a wonderful musical memory. It was put to the test once at the Crystal palace when he had to play the organ in the "Mes slab" and a folio copy, on which alon6 he could see the score, was not forth coming. The conductor was In despair Sir John cut the knot by a wonderful tour de force, playing the tart fault lessly right through and entirely from memory, probably the only time the "Messiah" has been so rendered. Lon don Standard. Slory Told ly tlio Honea. "lie was probably a man of means. with a kirire family of daughters." the Irreverent bystander commented as the skeleton was brought to view aftei havlmr reposed for ages in the vault. "Why do you think so?" asked one ol the scientific persons present. "Observe the skeleton," he replied "See how much longer one of his legs was than the othcr."-Chleago Tribune. Can't Call It Home. Towne-That's Perkins. Looks like a tramp, doesn't he? Well, he's quite wealthy. I understand. Hrowne I know him very well. Why he hasn't a place, really, that he can call a home. Towne Oh. you're mistaken there. Itrowne No: I'm not. He's an Eng Ushman. and la- invariably calls " 'ome." Catholic Standard and Times A Da 11 hit. "Do vou ever look back on your life and rellect on the opportunities yov, have missed?" Inquired the melancholy man. "No. sir." answered the hustler. "11 would be Just my luck to miss som more while I was brood ing over what can't be helped." Washington Star. lie W'nm Otic of Tli em. Manning -A ye::r or two ago I ad vised Pitcher to write a book on the fa mous men lie had met. Ilojd - And did be do it? Manning -He wrote an nut?blogra phy. Host on Transcript. It IK not l'iishioii:ilil4 to die just yet, but you mut digest the food that 1 ovv p:ui: you. causing such unpleasant eructation and sick head ache or you will die just t he same Ask anyone who ever took Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for Contipation, Indl irestion Stomach Trouble and Sick Headache. At L O. Cushing's. Do Witt's Witch Hael Salve should bo promptly applied to cuts, burns and scalds. It soothe and quickly heals tho injured part. There are worthless counterfeit?, be sure and get DoWitt' at W. I. Henedlct s. Thos. W. Carter of Ashboro, N. C hid kidney trouble and one bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure effected a perfect cure, and .he says there is no remedy that will compare with It. w. I. Hene diet. Those famous little pills, DoWitt' Llttlo Early lliscrs compel your liver and bowels to do their duty, thus glv Ing you pure rich blood to recuperate your Udv. Are easy to take Never gripe. W. I. Honed ict. The Pains of Kidney Disease Warn You Against the Most Dreadfully Fatal of Disorders. You Can be Cured by Promptly Using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. Tain is nature's signal whereby she warns man of approaching danger; Few diseases are so dreadfully fatal as disorders of the kidneys and few are accompanied by more severe pains and discomforts. One of the most common symptoms of kidney disease is the smarting, scalding sen sation when passing water which is likely to come very frequently and at inconvenient times. Then there is the dull, heavy aching in the small of the back and down the limbs. When these pains are accompanied by deposits in the urine after it has stood for twenty-four hours you may be sure that you are a v'ctim of kidney disease and should not lose a single day in securing the world's greatest kidney cure Dr. Chase's Kidney Liver Tills. Take one pill at a dose, and in a surpris ingly short time you will be far on the road to recovery, for Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Tills act directly and promptly on the kidneys, and are certain to prove of great benefit to any one suffering from irregularities cf those organs He Hi at you get the genuine, with portrait midI mi;I uir ! Dr. A. W Client. It l3nys to ADVBRTISi: For the Last Time You are invited to par ticipate In this grand 20 distri bution. Only a few days now re main before the contest closes. As soon as possible after Aug. 1st the awards will le promptly made to the 2."0 winners. The Offer This generous offer was made, 1st, to secure new advertis ing ideas. 2nd, to get an expres sion of public opinion on this suls ject. It has been successful. The proposition has met enthusiastic reception and ready response. "HFDFOHD'S CLASSES" unques tionably carry the stamp of pul lic approval. Write me your rea sons why you think "1 Jed ford's ( J lasses" ace the best. Send in the list now, even if you have no more than two reasons, and you will take your place in the line for a valuable prize. Analyze 'HFDFOHD'S CLASSES." There's the frames and lenses might le the same the w orld over but aren't they a little letter than the average? Don't they wear better? Don't they lit the eyes and face better'-' Don't they accomplish more than the ordi nary glasses in correcting head aches and nervous ills? There are other reasons. Enlarge upon it. Non-Patrons Of this store will receive the same consideration as regular customers. I want the ideas. 1 care not who sends them. Dis tance bars no one from compet ing. $200 in Prizes Aug'. 1st. BEDFORD, Optician, Ionia, - Mien. J Nature nerer produced a mm ttroe dough to reslit tb awful elfects of opiate Thousands of mta who ought to be vlforooi and fall of eoerty, are falling Into decay through the loflaeace of "dope." Bat Ita evil effects can be cared. PALMO TABLETS ara earing nen and women wh. have been wrecked by deadly drngi. Tbla remedy caret yon all through. If actually and positively makes prematarely Id people yonng and vlgorena. Palm. Tabletn destroy tbaf nnnatnral craving for alecp-prodnclng draft. Tbla la certainly the greatest mcdlclna oa carta. 60 cents, 12 born for fS.fin. Ouiinuit!. Write for fre hook. nlid Drug Co., Cleveland, O. H'. 7. HESEIUCT, rnniit & A NNER SALVE, the moBt healing salve In tho world Don't imagine that you are experimenting when you use Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Tills. They are almost as well known as his great Recipe Hook, have made some of the most surprising cures of kidney disease on record and have come to be considered the only absolute cure for kidney disease. Mr. J. Curtiss, a well known R. R. engi neer, living at iqi Murry street, Hingham ton, N. Y.. writes "Soon after going on the road I began to be troubled by severe pains in my back accompanied by such terrible weakness that I was obliged to stop work for days at .1 time. " Hearing of the good results obtained by using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Tills. I gave them a trial. They helped me almost imme diately, and now I can truthfully say th it I am as well as any man. thanks to Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Tills." Dr. Chatc's Kidney -Liver TdN one pill a dose. 2, cnts a lx at a'l dr.ilcrs or Di. A. XV. Chaw Xfrrl'Vtnc Co . li i.T.l.i V V. 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