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i m BELDING, MICH. :i:,000 Capital, $70,000 Stockholder! IJaUility. Special attention given tuo SAVINGS DEPARTMENT ! Nothing Like it in the City. Call end examine our System No. trouble to show and explain Us working- IJepu m w o IKK) ami upwards received and 0 Hank open for business Saturday evening from 6 to 8 o'clock. i For the People, of the People ' and HY the People. J. W. Cooper DEALER IN Fine Owosso Carriages, Buckeye Binders and Mowers Greenville Banner Plows and Other Farm Implements. Corner North of H- J. Leon ard's Store, fielding, Mich. MOS1SY TO L.OAK ....HY THE.... Holding ItttihlltiiX ntui r.onn Association To lhoe who wish to build a house or pay of your mortgage; or in buying n borne already built on easy terms of monthly install ments. For particulars call at their office. There is nothing better in llding for investment than Hock in the Bel ding Building and Loan. Stock ol ..which, Series No.'lO.is now open to all. A. WAGS UK, Sco'y. WALL PAPER AND a is. ihinnw SHADES! AT A.WILDER'S I W. COLDS --COUGHS BELIEVED IN 5 MINUTES. J V CURED IN 6 IIOURS. DR. FENNELS Golden Relief,, and Cough Honey havo not failed in 30 years. 1 tablespoonful of the "Relief in 2 of water and one of eugar hourly till sweat, then 1 of Cough Honey." A bath completes the cure. 3 dosea generally sufficient. Dea th will never result from LUNG or THROAT diseases when these ST.VlTUS'OAMCEMrrfffito I , b ' "o"".!! Bros., Druggist oft Harness 8 You can make your lar :nv h.1 tHift h a Rlove l.nl lis touih U8 wlrn ly i.nK r.l'lt KKA liar. ne Oil. You can Irntiihfn Us life make It last twli e as lorn? ua It ordinarily would. eureka Harness Oil mnkrs a poor looking bar- ....... lilra KM. Mh(I Of .... t,.i.fv ImIIp.I Oil. pwta'lly prepnn-d to wlth- Bold everywhere In cans all sizes. Made bj STANDARD OIL CO. vr onlv nrotection against burglars was uiy eh.g Jack. Unfortunately he vu titLcr hurd of bearlug or he could not discriminate between friends and foes, but by the time I had owned Jack a fortnight none of my friends wouiu ymie near ue. So I followed the example of the flown ut the circus who owned nn elas tic dog. I tool; him In at night ami i,. iii m iit iii morning. Jack had hi chair In the fitting room, close to a veranda and n wliidw. from which the hide gate could be Keen and pant which the sidewalk extended for a square or ho. ours being the last house on the block. 1 sometimes wondered uiyscir ir i ... .-..... I rf 1 lw lnl was not as mucu uuu as of the burglars, but he never moved .wt .mil i liecnme used tc IIUIIl 1143 his low grjwla and barks If any one passed, which did not often happen. One day a company of friends came from the city nud stayed over night r ,,,v earnest solicitation. We sighed several times dining the evening. "Oh. for a man!" Hut there was not one of those useful bipeds In the company. Yfter music ami n late supper we told ghost stories and ended up with bur glar experiences, by which time there I wasn't a thimbleful of brains among .1. i.t iiveiorieal fears and IIS IIUIIIMI 1'in nervous tremors. Then we had a good deal of trouble in composing the dog. Seeing new faces seemed to disturb him. and he was full of low growls that vseiu. threatening and belligerent, lie want ed to fly at each one of my friends sen- aratelv. Then he tried to tane mem collectively, but I hung on his collar with both hands, while Hannah coax ed him with a bone, and we finally landed him In the old chair, which was his throne by day In the woodshed and his couch by night In the parlor. Once there, he curled himseir up nr mti. while the rest of us scrambled up stairs and shut ourselves Into our sev eral apartments. It was the noon of night and as light as day with n full moon when I was awakened by hearing some one at my door and a small feminine voice can ing In hushed syllables. -iai me oh. let me in!" ami I opened the door instantly and saw a company of ghosts in the hall, each one of whom whisper ed in accents that clove to the roof of her mouth: "Burglars, burglars In the bouse:" I whispered back, with clattering teeth, "it's .lack!" Jack was indeed making a remarka ble demonstration, lie neither barked nor growled, hut made a strange hiss lug noise that I am told Is native to the l.innilimuml alone and Is the most awe I inspiring threat that a bloodthirsty dog can make. "Don't." said one of my friends as I was about to turn on a light. "If you do. the burglars will see us. Let us look out of the front windows. It Is as light as day. and they will not know that we have soon them." So we crept, hand In hand, with two frightened children clinging to us. to the windows, stooping low so that we could not be seen, and, sure enough, two men were walking along softly in the middle of the road, coming directly toward the house by the side where the dog was on watch, and no doubt thev were unite unconscious that there was any d g on the premises, for when they reached the door they steppou upon the sidewalk, opened the gate noiselessly and climbed the two steps to the voranla. During this time the dog had kept up that same peculiar expression of his anger, and I had seized the seven shooter and w.s grasping It l:i a cold and sinking hau l, but the moment the two men steppid on me cranua me dog sprang frnu his chair to the table and tl-P'W himself against the window wiih a yell of rage that was like the roar of a wild animal, foil . we.l by that inn -r . liiivlii-f cvv familiar to those who have ever heard a pacii of blood'.iounds give tongue. Y; nil l bought the window was bro ken from the casement, that perhaps the men would shoot our only protect or and make their way in. but In a moment we were reassured. The noise the do- made prevented our hearing anything, but we saw the two men go ing away, at tirst slowly, then faster, and they went back the way they came. Were they burglars? Walt till I fin ish my story. The next day I took my little family and accompanied my friends to their home In the city. W e had eaeli noted the dress, size and gen eral appearance of the two men, one being tall and wearing a derby bat. while the other was short and wore n Poor f tuner' Bell. rv i o i- sinus's Ull U a bell In th Cty .f Brisl&u. in it province ..i jlUV.a. Prussia, and bungs in the towel of one of the city churches. It we cuet July 17. 130. uccurdluis to historic i t cot e'.. It is uld that a great tel. , 1 1 f . olace bad undertaker 1" VV A1 THE CHILDREN A II ma untitle House. It Is always nWr, of course, to play ut of doors than in the bouse. Some Limes, however, in winter Jack Frost jets too much for us, and we simply founder of the place uua ui ut i - ,n , ftur flngerB to make the finest church bell he baa j ''when the metal was melted, the Still, you can Lave any amount of founder withdrew for a few moments, fim i the house If you only go about it leaving a boy to watch the furnace the rght Way. and without teasing and enjoining him not to meddle witb limmum cither. Here Is something that the catch that held tuo moiu-i. noi,0,iy could help enjoying, n but the boy disobeyed the caution, and u,)().m, ,IOUSO aml not n l(it hard to when he saw the metal flowing intc the mold he called the founder pasteboard box about two The latter '"f.f08ne"n55 fc t long and six or seven inches high ITS s tenXthe bo5 Ll cut a Hole I. each end of it half an a blow that caused his Immediate ,w.h from the bottom the right size for death. When the metal cooieu onu im a tloor, TluM, m each sine cm two m..- mold was opened, the bell was iouuu iv aowH 1K,.UJUIS tWo inches siiuare. xieie be not only perfect, but of marvelous havo u ul(.ci ruoui uml ,f nny oms sweetness of tone. wants a roof, why. simply put on the The founder gave himself up to the f nuthorltles was tried and eomlec "run.W-a Louse! Itun down stairs end church and offer a prayer for the lind ask cook fur a few raw potatoes unhappy man's soul, and from that It ljmi a unife. and then get some tooth obtalncd the name of "the poor sinner's ()k.Us or BUort, pointed sticks of any Dcll." l;i,hl- aml 1,1ro is al1 lno' ln,,t','ln, ,"H, " TT I'd for a line set of furniture. KluKlr t , tIon First cut the potatoes in square Kingship has been k n . to supe stltion alwavs. James i. or iiBiuhu - . Cn in n't un Sen no lu hmrt. When w are told that every law must be cnrorcctl to tue it-urr iuuuu the l.eavci.s fall, it has a brave sound, but a v.;-c KgJ'.d for the public good dctu.ini::: tl : t ti e laws be so executed n,.. ii, . i..ivi-;is inav not fall. The .i;.iNii;i t'.:,t "the extreme of the law .nay be the extreme of Injustice" 'Minimum us. summa Injuria" Is of eiu rablc ale and has bad the upprov l.l of the best Jurisprudence as well us the best statesmanship of many centuries, it is not mere "sopnistrj - as somewhat hastily. I suppose. It lias been called -but it may well be quoted In support or the application of simple common sense to complicated and per plexing exigencies. I think there Is not a government in the world, not even the most conscientious, that does not retrain from rigidly enforcing to the letter some laws standing on its statute i i,u .m,ir because they are anti quated or because such enforcement is practically impossible or. ir ueneucuu. would result in evils greater tnan xuose which those laws are to prevent or re press. Carl Schurz. fllWaI..,l there were Und these will make the chair seats remarkable coincidences in his life Then stick four toothpicks underneath with certain dates of the calendar. The ,ut.m, and your chairs have legs. day of the month on which he was nalrs are not all that can be made ' . - ,l Intnru'llVPn Witll Pi-nlil tlu Olt.ltoi'S llOWOVCr. li' Using born was siruiiK-'j " f --- the davs of birth and marriage of his u nttle Ingenuity anybody can verj wife and somo of his children and theh Pn8ily cut the vegetables into different wives Hut James was an old fool who simpcs. and thus make any amount of made love to young Buckingham, whe othcr furniture. laughed in his face and robbed him ol j.'oV in- tance. a long narrow piece, his jewels with the toothpicks underneath, will Napoleon was superstitious about the P(.rve fltl. table, or wo pieces, one for wav he put on his stockings. Frederick a 1(;u.u and the oilier for a seat, fasten-t'-e Great and the great l'eter of Uus od togeihcr with the sticks, will make s?a were superstitious about dozens of tt Very ni-e sofa. You can make side things Marlborough, both as Jack (0ards and beds and bureaus and al- Churchill and the duke, was mjih-i- most anyimug yu mmi. tlous ns well as a thief and a traitor. Tiien. to further beautify your home. Nearly oil the Stuarts were supersti- .ut prunes m:a magazines or news tlous aud double dealers In religion ,,.,p,.rK and paste them on the walls. RtltloUS. I !.,,.. i. ..:l-lM't: l.iliK.'ll !l t I llC (dgCS Henry or .avmn- n" i . . from n thou l.i.ui iiit'.l t.i the windows, add very sand infidelities. All the children ot Catherine of Medici were seared tc death bv their superstitions, but they could lie, cheat and murder just as well. If Cromwell was a vieum oi m. perstition, lie kept It to hlmself.-New York Tress. much to the attractiveness of your house, and any doll will be proud of such a homemade one. lr:iirlti Ilntei. The preparation of dried dates Is car ried on largely ..at Awabl. and as the season had now commenced 1 took the opportunity to observe the process and was taken round the factories by the sht ik. The dates selected are picked i,.. oi,. thev are unite ripe. The fac tory hud ' ! uiney about fifteen feet high and contained several open, clr- . ctikir. cepper boilers, capable of bold- I lug l:e (-aliens each and nearly full of water Into these ves-.cis me uuu-suiu put and allowed to simmer over a slow lire. As the wiittr In the copper de creased from ev.-q oration it was Oiled up again, but it gradually became impissatcd by the extraction of the Juice of the date. The fruit Is left in .1,.. ..,i:... .h.n.t t.alf an hour and is then taken out and spread on mats or cloths in t!:e sun to dry. after whlcu it becomes lard ami of a pale red color. It is expo, ted in large quantities from Mukat to India. -Geographical Jour nal. ' . rv!nl of ! Primitive. :!.-!ph!a philosopher thus ex ,. ;m in r.il preference for a wall a restaurant: "Primitive man . The cave bear, the saber i i i ii some warrior of his I Pot Art'a Sake, Nr. Boughton. the Ilnlish artist, j whle sketchlna In the Alps, was one i day in search of a suitable background j of !ark pines .for a picture be had plained. He lound at last the precise itiitiou he was seeking, and best of j all. 'says Tit-Hits, there happened to be pretty detail in the figure of an j old Ionian In the foreground. "1 asked the old lady," said Mr. Houthton. "to remain seated until I ! hadlmule a sketch of her. She assent ed. iut In a few minutes asked me bow long I should be. 'Only about a quarr of an hour.' I answered rcas suriitiy. "'Hree minutes or so later she again askee. me tills time with manifest anxlely-lf I should be much longer. "(ti. not long: 1 answered. iut why lo you ask s anxiously V '(li. ' It's nothing.' she. sadly an- ! swend. 'only I'm sitting on nn ant hill.'.' A Piu.r.ler. The child was four years old, logical, persistent and curious. The mother endeavored in ail possible conscien tiousness never to depart from any statement once made the child as fact. One afternoon this conversation oc curred: "Mother, where is your grandmoth erV" in liea veil, dcir." "Oh!" Silence and apparent absorption in toys for a full hour, then: '.Mother, didn't I come from heav en'" "Of course." Well, mother, it's awfully funny that I doesn't remember meeting your grandmother theie."-New York Times. PEBEMARfiUEITE NOV. 3, IDOL Train l.euve Uelding h follow: For Lowell, lirund Kajldn, north und wcat 10 :ty . in., 3 :tK) p. in., 7 :41 p. Ui. For Detroit. Toledo and Kant 7:00 u. in.. 10:02 u m..i:Wp.m ForSnglnaw, Hay t.'lty and Port Huron. .. H:M u. m., fl::t' p. n- For Howard i'lty 7: a. m 4:10. p. m i.',r!r..enville 7:18 a.m. 8:14 a. m , 1 : p. m.. :3 P- 10:05 p. va. U. V. MOKI.LF.lt, ;?!. I'bhh, Agt M. L. OSTKHIIOCT At. ARRAS CREAM SEPARATOR! The Hest Cooling Process. The Handiest, " be blMBpcrt. .Iut What l ou unw. MRS. R. A. SPARKS, Agt. Avon P. O . Mich. jo N'T Be Fooledi Take the genuine, wrii ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Medi cine Co., Madison, ls. It keep you well. Our trade mark cut on each P"k"Sf: lrke, 33 cent. Never soM In , bulk? Accept no ubsU . .... A,1r inur drUCKUU ID Paimo Tabicti are not only a stimulant to b idj?e you over to rj imaginary health for a day or so. They cure and restore men and J women to complete health so h-1 they stay cured. 1J If you are suffering with nerv- Q ous debility, insomnia, indices tion, weak memory, or pain in the II back, take iI2? Il ..iMI nl tnan rvn mnn if OT! C Will IIUl IVJ ...viij II this remedy disappoints you. p2e P, 1 60 centH, li 1mxh iwith puornnti'ei 15.00. II nalsid Drug Co., ClevblaaJ, O. II'. I. HEXKIHt'T, ttru ntit .'. s-j a rh:: phiii:s li. table in ab' in I teeth li; cap. There was irrcat excitement at our littl'j suburban station, and a crowd of people bad natliered about some police odicers who had captured two men. craned our necks and saw our two rjjiars. Who are they?" we asked brcath- slv. Tramps. 1 reckon." said the station mas-ter. "Thev nearly murdered nn man up here in Harlem last night FUliluR For Dock. In India an Ingenious scheme is prac ticed for taking ducks on a line, wli ch is attached at one end to a flexible stick stuck up in the mud. the otner exirem ty having a double glinted needle ol bone attached to it. The latter is bait cd by striujilnK upon It some grains ot corn. Presently nlong comes Mr. Duck, swallows the needle and tlnds himself a captive the moment lie tries to lly away. In olden times the Cape Cod llshermcn depended largely for bait up on the pea row I they took on ineir n-0 To c:itch them they threw out fishing linen with hooks on the end. to which were Attached chunks of cod liver. The latter floated because of the oil thev contained, and murres, gulls and other birds swallowing them were quickly pulled in. skinned und chopped up. llonat Peneock. In the old days a peacock was per haps the most gorgeous and decorative dish on the Christmas board. This was prepared by tirst carefully removing the skin without losing the feathers. The fowl was then dressed, stuffed with all kinds of good things, roasieu nmi flnnllv sewed Into Its skin, still re- tninin.? the brilliant plumage. The beak was gilded, and this dish, tit for n'kiti.'. wiim nlaced upon the tame nuuu the blare of trumpets and the raptur ous applause of the revelers. U'hnt He !IUed. Mrs. lie Style-It's a pity you could not have heard that sermon today. Mr. De Style-After paying for your Sunday wardrobe 1 haven't money enough left to buy myself a decent thing to wear I Mrs. De Style-That's Just it. and that sermon would hove made you i.inch fur vrv shame. It was on the Idolatrous Worship of Fine Clothes." New York Weekly. The Jailer JeM. vi,i iimtiirht vou here?" asked the tempera uce advocate who was visiting the prison. "I'm a wife beater." repneu ounn-i No. 41144 grutlly. "Another case of llck'er. murmureu the Jailer, who. despite his occupation, was a man of no little humor.-Philadelphia Itecord. Too In Small Co r re o tide lit llv Knibcior William's direction or ders have been read out in the public schools rorbh'.ding boys and girls from writing letters to the kaiser and em press. I'p to a short time ago the em 1 ... . i . peror and h.s consort were om iu give attention to letters written to tin in by children and. when practica ble, to comply with the requests con tained therein. This was published in (he newspapers in order to niusuaie the kind beartedmss of the kaiser and his wife. Ibit this publication lias had the result f encouraging thousands upon thousands of children to address the imperial cuple In the same way until the matter lias degenerated into a iiositixe nuisance. I'rom henceforth, when a boy or a girl addresses a letter to their majes ties. It will be turned over by the pal ace authorities to the teacher of tlio Kchod to which the writer belongs. with a view to severe punishment. own kl:.d. wa I, : p upen bin and 1" i -aps to !; Ids iin-ah cliff r In the s apt at any moment to i :ind to devour Ids food himself. Therefore he witli Ids back against a corner of two adjoining di Ts. It possible, and with the open ... .Vnirv be ore him. That, you see. 1 I . . .1 IV!l' fnr bim to eat. He : ii i '.t ..miU not tl en be surprised. And we still have in us that memory i .-.tin ,m if 1 e nr unlive man. aoo p mhi m .1,. os.lv uben we Sit down to our ' ..Loose Places th:t give us a .11 for o:ir nn teetion. That and not a desire to see tiiiii-'S Is what causes us i, i,i u out walls and corners. ou can I .... ..... us v.cll I t orn the middle or a room or iroi.i any eiuer pi.icc, ,o IVedlnu the Coiim. The keejiers of the big cobras In the Central park menagerie and the New York zoological garden do not find It easy to supply their venomous charges with the kind of food that they spe i..iip on.fi.r In their native land co bras live chiefly on smaller ami less dangerous and objectionable snakes. but although every effort is made to collect harmless snakes to satisfy the appetite of the Imprisoned cobras at some seasons they hae to be conicni wiih rats and mice, which they do not narlicularl.v like. Oilier varieties ot captive snakes are fed mainly on toads. mice and rabbits. Kngiish rparrows are also purchased for them. In the I .oo so.no e,;rIo;:s consists in tin V.urrlaue t imtoin. (M,..i isljinda there are marriage customs. One I r.t'.cgroom going round We l-urt I less ild What the Bahy Needed. "pfifiii " fuitd Tommy, "little brother Is a week old tomorrow, isn't he?" "Yps." "Let's you nnd me give him a birth day present." Vprv well. What shall it be?" mi i. up i.lm n wlir. lie neeos that more than anything.' Don't Slliiht the Left llnnd. r.eeause the riuht hand generally Is the str; nger and more skidiui we ait llkelv t; keen the other back, so to speak, and make it less strong and less skiillul than befrre. lie more Impartial with your hands than )im are naturally disposed to be. Trust' the h it one with a few matters that require strength or skill. Perhaps without to mud' trouble you can bo come ambi !e.tror,s-or s that j on can use one hand ab:ut as well as the oth- , I I. ..1.1 !!,.. cr. liai uelil Unl aim an:i.s ncm in,i It was a great advantage. It is a good Idea to give the left hand plenty to do. There are numerous ways In which it can be given a chance. . There was once a clerk who spent a mile of Ids snare time In learning t write with the left hand, lie soon aft er sustained a hurt to the right one, so fhat lie must have been out of work for some weeks but for his timely pre caution. To nend Object In Slldnlr, This is a very surprising trick and is calculatvd to create much astonish ment. I'.efore the company assembles place a line black silk thread from one side of the ro an to the other, about six feet rrom the floor. Do not have too much light. First wave a hand kerchief th.'Migh the air and drop It. gently ou the line, continuing to make mysterious passes. P. now n fan and fan the handkerchief until It lans to the ground. Yon next suspend a bgni cane In the same manner. Artcr performing the last trick bo sure to break the thread, so that the company will not detect your hidden power. to all his Irleuos houses ami peimu lie" i hem to t'.rcss him up iii any ridic ulous style that they fancy. Some ttiui.M i he hatuw man is arrayed in a i ,;.,!.,.! I iiimiio ih sleeves of ill li!lll!ll ..........v.,,. uhVh ::ie tied up with a string laden . ..:.i. i , i'j me :ie.l trumtiois. A mask i . .i ,,n,l n rod bat. the "ri I nil ll t in " or!" being completed by an empty k( i. ... 1 1 i l.n, n s he walks, r.econq aided generally by crowd of chili. re n. O P Q 0 o Q A Fair Oficr. WHY NOTJ50iLD? Ws Mean a Reccnsirizsticn cf Ycji Bodily Keaiih. Fellow-citizens, we can prive you a word of good advice that we believe will in terest you. There is nothing in this world better to build one up quicker than YINOb. Wo know it Is a most wonderful body builder. YINOLisnota pa'entmedicinebut a -p j TMH c Kientiflo preparation that contains all IldlllUtiU, 50UTMI We will uve the in tendlitf student VKtiiN tiiiiin Fllr:: If we cannot tmw him more hidntH placed In permanent poitiotm Ho.-k Ueep-rs and Steiuwriiphers d irhiy; ihe put ear ui;m iinv oiu.r iu uu- rum rollers COM HINKH m Mormern or V'est'Tn Mich Run. Attend "The Itenf and I et the Itfst Kesults. Meautiful CommerelslCutalokrue Free. Ueiiutifil Shorthund Citil"Kuc Free. D. McLachlan &. Co., 19-25 S. Division St , Crand Rapids, Mich. Louisville & Nashville CiRHAT CENTRAL RN TRUNK LINK The rinil'eriiel. the active curative principles of theend's liver, tlio same medicinal elements th.it made cod liver oil famous. It lias, how ever, none of the drawbacks of cod liver oil, for from VINOL has been discarded the obnoxious grease tbaf tasted so bad ly and acted in such a detrimental man ner on the ttomach. Head this letter from l angor, Maine. "After an attack of the (irippe, I was io run down, weak and miserable that I t.i .nt of the bouse or do any work. When in tins condition I beard of YINOb and decided to give it a trial. VINOL made a well man of me. A. S. Amazeen. 2 Mirth St.. P.angor, Me." liPineni her wo sell vi.MMjon a guar WINTER TOURIST TICKETS NOW ON 8U.E TO Florida -AM THE- The con. i. ion pimpernel, "poor man s uve to refund tlio price pai l for it if it weather u! ss." has the disadvantage iocs not do everjtning wo ciaim it of Icing a native 'plant and b is been ..i. ., ... VmoIi-u-I v cMielled from oU' . .ni'eiis In favor of exoti whieh are rarer but lack much cf b- ing as pretty. The pimpernel Is r ih;iiniin' little flower, which opens about S lu the morning and closes late in the afternoon, but lias the remark oi.!.. i.i ( nii.iiitv of Indicating a com lug shower by shutting up Its petals. CONNELL Brothers DRUGGISTS. t u, iiin.ii.; . v i. : . iii ii .Mini i' i .li SI A I r, wr "im -.-. Circuit In Chancery. Lor n Heile Love, c'iiipnilriuiit. GULF COAST I Write for folder, descrlitlve matter, etc., to C. L. ST()Ni (JetiiTid l'i su-nijer Agent, LOUISVILLF. KY because be wouldn't give up his mon ey The old fellow was piucuy ana roused the neighborhood, and the om- are Just taking tliem Into the CHlCMCSTeW'S CNQLISH ENMYROYALPILLS con kity." We looked at each other when the Nation master had finished. "It might have been us." I raid, with ... .... I shudder, "ir It hatin t iH'en ior iu Idence and .lack." A Cholee of rofelon. "If I bad not been brought up n dean." says Dr. Hole of Uocbester. "there are three tit her vocations I I Bhnnld have liked to have followed- niaster of n pack of bounds, bead gar dener In a large nursery or a book eller. I think the Inst Is the best of- Uce of the three." Snifi!let IIoj'h Annwer. It was a Kiiliiy aftcrn on. and thus rpoke the teacher of the village scho !: Now. boys, the 'stan' at the end of a word iii a is -place of.' Thus we have Afrh..:il-:au. tin place of the Af ghans: nl;i Hindustan, the place of the lib. do s. Now. can any me give me anot h r instance?" "Yes. sir." said the smallest ley proudly: "l can- the place for timbrel- Select. Once when passing through a ceme tery in I.enox P.iiot (Jregory was stir i,r 's.l 1o see that the members of one old New P.ngland family bail been bur led in a circle, with their feet toward emit r lie asked the reason for ibis arrangement, and a wit of that dav. daughter of Mrs. Stowe. replied "So thai when they rise at the last day only members of their own family may face them 1" Wore the nine. Tbo LM-cai writer of military songs was looking for Inspiration "And vou' say thai six of your sons won' the blue?" ho tnlcrrogaled as lie i,.iii..i .it ih ih'or of ii shantv "Were thev cavalry or infantry?" "Navtlier. sor." l i sp aided the proud mother. "Thev wor lKilaecmlii." -Chi rago News. I'iiiillr liranled. Toinmv-Ma. can 1 have tw pieces of iio this noon? M'i - Certainly. Tommy. Cut tbo niece vou have In two. Soniervllle .Journal. SKS'P YOUK ADDI'.KSS to n. .r. wkmyss, (Jeneral I mini?' iit'en und Industrial Agent louis villi:, ky. And he will mail you, free, Maps, Illustrated Pamphlets and Price Lists of Lands and Farms in Jo cph II. Love, defendant. of lontn. a, the City of Ionia o i turn 2.st d;ij of Janua y. A. U. iwj Joseph 11. Love, N a refluent t this State hut i hni wh re.O'OUt nre unitiiown. therefore on f VT.irlnn . Ildnillltj Mill ltlir? for COIU plttlnant. It is oruereu inai ine ueie.iu.iut. months from the ttnte i.f tin or-u-r a d v,1','! Kptituckv Teniiesseei Alabama within twenty ouh the complainant cuusr tn'.s rVCIUUV. ts, 1 v. 1 1 1 iijjs.ii runs. order to -epuh ishi d n the "' J I Mk-elcdnm on PlnnHn -"" i iie. . out tins.! i ivi is.it. your i llli !!. tr.tVH V.XUl.lSU In Ilea and TLe no oilier. Hefn-e rtisnirerona limimlHta. CHICHESTER -,EM,.;.A.lj.CO nsdlion 1 ' 1'roin rtnd to Worae. .Tonrs-Itrown Is nn unlucky dog. Smlth-IIow's that? Jones-Ills olilect In marrying was to pet out of a boarding house. Smith -Well? .Touch-Now hi wife Is running one to support the family. Chicago News. It is impious for a good man to be Ilia Urnr Hlr. Runday Schoil Teacher-Remember, children, always respect gray hair. Tommy Traddles-Well. my pr does not. Sunday School Teacher (in astonish-mcnti- What makes you think that? Tommy Traddles-lle dyes bis whls icrs. -Exchange. uinbrellastan. las." One good Idea other. should suggest an- The Tlnnet eptune. The ru.v-t distant of the planets Is Neptune, wl ( -e mean distance from the sun Is j.T."il.H,.s.t"n miles. Its year, or period of revolution around the sun. is eomil to about K'm of our years. Its di.in .ter i r.T.biio miles, and the amount of f e sun's light and heat that It receiver is -ibont one-thousandth part of thai received by the earth. "Is lug?" Enterprising? n carved Ivory pliant!" niiteritrlaliifc. traveling man enterprls That man could sell enrdense to an ele At evening, home is the best place for man. The crane has more sugar In it than nny other fruit, nearly fifteen parts In a hundred being sugar. The peach has least, only l'i per cent. The highest point to which roan can oseend without ids health being very seriously affected Is feet. I tHui niitihculion to In coi.t'.niuu once. wt-eK lor s'X wiTKi in n'leceM-cnn r i( Ars i u. w. Circuit Judk-e. Nohion & DOOI.INO, So icuor ior ump iniKini. UusIr.esH Address, t Johns Mich. STATE UP 1H IllUrtn, I ne inuiw v." for the Counly of Ionia, in Chunceiy. Mary H- t wK, loinpiuii.uni, James I. CeoU, defendant. anit nend tot In the Circuit Court for the Coui.ly of lonirt, In Chancery, t the City of lolila on tne 5?i n ua oi u auiiiir.v. rt it in ihm cuuse, It app ann from the umdasltf of Mnr it i uouipiiiiuuni. i r,tnK i,iw" and 1 1 1 ru III wnver. on ine . mi cj iouh. " .i. - . un. i. thHtthe ilefei riant .1 utnc- U Cook In re-Id -lit of this StiUe, to wit: of the To n hlp ol t nmi oeii, iouuu oumy, mu-ihh". ' Droc a lrili iippenruuce ioi ' " " ---- v .. ...,. ,v,u .uiiim f'l.iiwt inn iih mTo ii Ot p il lion of his continued ubseiue from hlnpinee of residence, wnicn hiho appears oy in- i i' FrauK L. SiO.in. nneiiti oi loiua umii,i . .. dorfrd on the Minpoena dulv Issued in uus Citise. on moth n f V lliiiuti K Clute. solicitor for Compluinmni, n. is urucreu oi.n Ja -ies 1J. Coo cause h a appearance ' he en . i I,. ...in within Ihri'i- im.ntlis from the Otiti' ot Ibis onier and in case of his app iir-oice 'hut he caus'- h;a answer io ceiiipunnui.s s mu w Hied and a c'pv ther. of l lc s.-rved on t he Complain infa ao u ltor ulun tw, r.iy oajs after service upon ioiiioi ruin r. notice ol this o uer, una in u i.iuu men u. hill to be taKen as confesse hv mi 1 1 h 1 ndnnt. James U- Cook, And it U fuither ordereti tnai wltbln twemy nays mio amu con pmiit 7; a notice i-f Ihla ooter to te published in the HKUHSO IIASS.K. u wtekl newspup'-r nubll-hed and clnul vtu in aaia County of Ion a. and tu t such publication oe cohoiomu th -rein ai least one, In each week for six weeks . ..r lh.1 uKa i.uil.i. a ITlliVof tills order to ho personally s'Tved on sal1 defendant at least twenty onys nel re me lime iummc Bcr1tcii fr rns nppeiuru e Da'ed, lonia Mien, an -t. hi;. ku.KK it m ii.ii4 i Mrcu'.t .lu (i ire CountcrslU icd, Ulenn .1. Lawless. Register. 1 hereby certify that the f.r jfointr Is a true copy of an order now entile in my oihce as JJeKlSieroi s naneerj oi uiu uw i uui. Da ten, jan. . , , UI.EJIR J . IjAW I KS". uct;ni. . . Poor Indeed are those weighed down hy mental de pression. Men rise in ihis world llirollfin nuovaiii ntivc un.r. The loss of this force daily drags down to failure Home of the world's brightest minds. Such a condition is conniiouly known as rervous ieinniy. When J'Oll lose wn-romiucmc niiu feel your Mrenjjth, enerpy nnd nerve force are (dipping away, it is high time yon deck (tensihle aid. You prcier neauii aim us;vcsa is misery and failure. have no equal ns n nerve restorer. A -.f lw.tr. will lia,w1 tliit lienrv feeling; the unnatural weariness dis appears and replaces languor with new f..r- nmi viiror cif ImuIv and tiraitl. Six txixes will cure nnv ordinary case of nervous dchility. If not, you get your niotiey hack, tl m tier hnx 6 for f " 00. mailed In rilain ii.'ickpce. Hook free. I'KAL StEUiClNE Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Attention I I am prepared to Clean, Press and Uepalr your clothing neatly ar rt onichlvut. nasinalilc prieis S top locate ! over ITolnu s fties. clothing store. Give mo a call. A f')py mistakes. woman is one of r.ature's Foley's Honey Tat uiu i AMDcpif orchUdrcn,sate,sure. Kooplatcs. Illlli LHIIlULUni sad.