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Weekly Grist of Newsy Items Reported By Our Special Correspondents. A VON -KEEN K. Klection next Monday. Baby Harold Frost is aininjf tow Sarah Airs is included awonir the sick. Joe Itessier lias returned home from Perm. A genuine Mart' blizzard Sunday and Monday. Clyde Peck has returned from the Upper Penisula. Miss Tinie Thompson is home for a a week's vacation. Mrs. arah uioujrh win nave an auction sale April H. Vern Scott lost a valuable cow from milk fever last week. Mrs. Eugene Kennells of Pewamo is visiting her mother. John T. Kenwick an old resident of Keene diedSunday night. A. Hull of Smyrna took dinner with his bi other Mark Monday Mrs. Carrie Scott is helping care for her father at Saranac. Harlev Hunter has bought the Sher man place and has moved in same. It is reported that Mrs. F. Hrower has sold her land to Ceo. Hotchkiss. Ida Cannon of Langston is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Higgins. Remember the Aid society will serve dinner at the town hall election. Elias Sayles of Lowell and May Bowen of Keene were married recent- iy. School commenced at Potter's Cor ners Monday- with Myrtle Creen as teacher. Erastus Hull is very low with pneu monia of the lungs at his home in Saranac. Kuth Higgins is home from Helding for a few days laid oil' with a sore arm from vaccination. Lew Snyder and sister Maggie have been spendingafew days with Walter Higgins and wife. Jim Slaubaugh has rented the Wal lace Gibson farm and Mr. Gibson will move to Saranac. Henry Myers has hired out to John McKendry for the summer and has moved in the Vhitleck houe. A young man by the name of Heath er came down with the smallpox while working at Fisher's mill. Mrs. Geo. Pinckney sufl'ered a par alytic stroke last Wednesday morning and is in a very critical condition. Maud Fashbaugh left Saturday for Kalaka&ka where she will teach the coming year and her brother Fred will teach in Big Ilapids. Frank Hrower starts for the Upper Peninsula Monday where he has a farm and will make it his future home his wife will go as soon as he gets his house built. There was a good attendance at the Cemetery meeting March 1!). The next will be entertained by Mrs. F. Abbott April Hi, should like to have all members present. sun, on. C. II. Brown was at Ionia on busi ness Saturday. Miss Eruia Maynard has returned to her work at Ionia. F. Cummus of Ionia spent most of 'last week with L. P. Guptil. John Flater of Ionia was in this vi cinity a couple of days last week. Mrs. C E Pcabody vi.-ited the Chlttle school Tuesday afternoon. School begins next Monday, April 1 with Miss Olga Harrey as teacher. Rev. Knowles preached here Sun day evening, preaching again in two weeks. Miss Bertha Stevens spent Sunday at Fenwick the guet of Mrs. Homer Morris. C. C. Peabody closed a very success ful term of school in District No. s, Tuesday. Miss Elda Zuller who ha been visit ing relatives near Greenville return ed home Monday. F. A. Grace who has been visiting friends of this place and Palo return ed to his work at Kansas City, Mo., Saturday. NORTH OltLI'ANS. Mr. Salyer is very sick with pneu monia. Geo. Conner has moved in his house at Long Eake. Mr. Menler put a new roof on his house last week. Elmer Pcabody closed his term of school Tuesday in district No 8. Bertha Stevens spent Sunday in Jrenwlck with Mr. Morris and family. ' Mrs. Fisher was pronounced insane and taken to the Asylum last Thurs day. The Long Lake Sunday school had a surprise on their superintendent Edward Cantield, over ."! being pres ent they had a jolly time. Mr. Can fild being very tired ( for he was in bed when the guests arrived) they presented him with a Rocker to rest himself in, supper was served and all went home feeling they had had a good time. Lawyers like to see men lend their oames. VKRGKNNES STATION. Norma Church Is visiting relatives in Lowell. Will Bliss has moved into G. Lewis tenant house. Geo. lord had an engine cut his wood last week. rank Alger of South Vergennes was here Monday. C. Myers of Grattan now occupies Clint V eeks' tenant house. Mrs. Dan Townsend is caring for her mother-in-law in Lowell who Is sick. Maggie Byrnes Is visiting her brother near Smyrna whose wife Is sick. Lida Dickens of Smyrna visited her grandmother Mrs. J. Mosher last week a few days. John Peterly and Geo. Taylor did a job of papering and painting for John lobin last week. 1.1 1 C- 1 1 1 . roru iv v.onuon-8 grocery wagon started on the road this week also Mr. Fletcher of Lowell. Mr. Cannon of Belding was here last week getting the grist mill in good repair lor making Hour. A surprise and farewell party was tendered Mr. Ira Gardner and family last Tuesday, ere leaving for their new home in the North. Glen Ford came near having his eye put out last week while assisting to get the engine loose in the road by trying with a rail which flew up and struck him in the face. Democrat caucus held at Waters' school house last Saturday, the ticket tands the same as last year with the exceptions of Will Howard for treas. and John Wright for justice of the peace in place of John Qulllan. Kitty Byrnes who has been teach ing the Carl school In the Lesslter listrict V-i miles from Ada closed the term March 21 with a tine literary program and box social in the even ing, the house was filled to overflow ing and was enjoyed by all. The re ceipts of the evening were flO.70 to go for a library. OU LEAN S. We gladly welcome April. Will Post was in Ionia Saturday. Jerry Spaulding was in Ionia Sat urday. Bertha Howe has gone to California for her health. Mrs. Collier has gone to St. Louis for a short time. Joel Palmer came home from the M. A. C. Saturday. Chas. Foote of Belding was in town on business Thursday. George Hoyt and Ed. Ashby were in Ionia on business Saturday. Al. Olmstead has returned from a short visit with his parents at Cole man. Mrs. AlrairaFace of Ionia was a visitor among relatives here over Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Root of Ionia was the guest of her daughter Mrs. Ed. Ashby Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Wooldridge has been spending the past week with her father O. II York of Adrian. Oren Purdy has purchased the John Collier farm 3 miles south and west of Orleans station and is preparing to move this week. Mrs. O. Purdy just recently received the sad news that her brother G. W. Choate of Louisville, Kj, died very suddenly of pneumonia Feb. 15. i: ASTON-HOLSTKR. Mrs. Mary Musselman yisited Mrs. Allie Conner Thursday. Chas. Dexter purchased Mr. Fan tow's driving horse Saturday. The sugar making season has end ed. Has been rather short this year. Little Bernice Blough is quite sick at this writing but we hope it may not be serious. Mr. Dumper and Mr. DeGraw were in Ionia Thursday and in Saranac Satur day on business. The Ladies Aid society will meet with Mrs. George Snell, April 2, .11)02. Meeting begins at l0:.") a. m. Mr. Rice's grocery wagon made its lirst trip Thursday. It will continue to come every Thursday until further notice. School begins in the Goodwin dis trict Monday Mar. 31. The smallpox scare seems to be abating and there are no new cases. Mrs. Robt. Sparks called on Mrs. Anna DeGraw Thursday. She Is agent for the Arras cream operator Any one thinking of buying would do well to see them. The postmaster at Bolster has re signed which takes effect April 1st. The R. F. D. has not put in Its ap pearance yet and we Bolsterites think we are strictly "in if about our mall. AiroN-Mosr.i.i:v. Weather colder ami torrny. School did not begin Monday as ex pected. Geo. W. Godfrey has rented Josle Lynn's farm. . A birthday surprise was on Mrs Weitterbrock Wednesday. Abraham Blasser is preparing to raise his barn for a basement. Miss Pauline Feugtize is helping Mrs. Otis White with her honse work 1 he Gleaners with a bee Thursday drew a lot of stone foundation for their hall at Moseley. Mrs. Ralph Ford of Moseley Sun dayed with her father David Condon and drove home a cow he gave her. Mrs. Otis White enjoyed a visit Wednesday with J. R.White and wife of Lowell and Cyrus Ring and wife of Belding. Miss Gertie Pot ruff returned home Tuesday from Grand Rapids and will remain a few days and do dressmaking at home. I red Ford has put in a stock of hardware goods, and Frank White has a line of agricultural implements for sale. Alton has a Koin as well as Moseley. Frank Sayles f Grand Rapids with his wife returned home to his father's C. M. Sayles' Wednesday. He will go to Mt. Clemens to be doctored for rheumatism. Mrs. A. S. Holmes has put in her house one of Hunter's Plunger Acety lepe Gas Generators with 21 jets. It took over -JiM fort of piping. The time will probably come in the near future when every well-to-do farm house will be lighted with acetylene gas, as their improved machinery makes it easy and safe to handle. SMYRNA. I he sick ones at Orson Peterson's are all improving. The six cases of measles at Bert Scheldt's are improving. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Vanllouten are isiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. (J. O. Bignell. Mrs. C. J. Ring of Belding was the guest of her nephew Geo. Ring and family Monday. Saturday evening. April oth is the regular review of the Maccalees. We hope for a lar,'e attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Francisco of Belding visited at Henry Skellenger's Saturday night and spent Easter Sun day at Sam. David's. Mrs. Captain McFarlan of Macki naw returned home last Friday after spending altout two months with her iiighter Mrs. Dr. Penton. We understand that Mrs. Lessiter Bee be who was taken to Traverse City a short time ago on account of mental derangement is much improv ed and writes cheerful and-quite ra tional letters home. We are glad to find she is improving so rapidly. OTisfO. Ira Purdy was at Morley last week on business. Mrs. C. C. Wilson of Greenville pent Tuesday with Mrs. A.M. Spicer. Mrs. S Benedict who has been at Big Rapids this winter has returned home Miss EtTie Luscombe is home from St. Louis visiting her parents for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morse and daugh ter spent Easter with her parents at Greenville. Herbert Ross and sister Birdella vis ited relatives at North Plains and Muir a few days Ja.t week. Mr. and Mrs. Abby and daughter Ora spent Saturday evening with with Frank Luscombe and family. Visitors at F. R. Luscombe's Sunday ere Mr. and Mrs. Lester Carpenter and family, Mises Alice Wright of scanaba, Margaret Forquer and rma Green of St. Louis. O RATTAN ORAMjk. Grattan Grange met lu regular i-es sion Thursday evening March 27 with a very large attendance as Roll call found over one hundred to participate In the social festivities of the evening, A very interesting business session was carried out consisting of general work, reports of committees and also the Initiatory services of second and third degree on a class of lx. After a short recess the Worthy Master called to order and announced the leasure time was at Miss Bolton's disposal. "Our contest K'ing ended, We met, not In the least, Miss Bolton as the winner, Mrs. Mason to give the feast. Miss Bolton had arranged the fol lowing program for the literary en tertainment. To-'speak of any one particular number would le useless as each and all done ample justice to their parts and was greatly enjoyed which was plainly shown by the rounds of applause which echoed throughout the hall. Orchestra Music Roll Call Orange Recitation Willie Jenks Vocal Solo, "Don't ye Cry my Ihiby," Mi-Ora Watklna A DoetorN Rati flight. Two years no, as-the result of a se vere cold, I lo-t tn.v voieV writes Dr. M. L. SearLough, of Hebron, Ohio, then began an obstinate cough, Every remedy known to me as a practicing hysician for .? years, failed and I dally irruw worsn. Being urged to try Dr. king's New Discovery for Consum ption, Coughs and Colds, I found quick relief, and for the last ten days have felt better than for two jenrs. " Posi tively sruarantut d for Throat und Lung troubles jy Conuell Bros. Wc ami 1 .CHI Trial b.)ttles free. Sermon....... Uncle Tom SoriL' Lady Quartette Reading Mr. Emmons Mass Solo Lew Longstreet Recitation Lewis Emmons Vocal Solo. "ISiH'ause It s i ou. ... Jiessie Pond Essay - Ann Hookey Vocal Solo, "Come Rack Dinah,"Mrs. M Hrown Recitation Clatl-cott At the clo-e of the program the oosing side soon prepared a fine pread of chicken pie and everything to tempt the palate of each and all lthough the loosing side "seem to oose nerve." in the points in the ontest, all was at their post to aid in the feast which was greatly enjoyed. At our next meeting which is to be two weeks from stated meeting, the fourth degree will be conferred and ill are to remember the Harvest Vast. The worthy Lecturer announces the following program to be rendered at the lecture hour. Parliamentary practice. Roll Call. Music ty C''oir. Recitation Clayton Scott 'aper Mrs. (). 1. Watklns Select Heading, Mrs. L. E. Clcuions ed tat ion Louie Emmons iolin Music . Eddie Werner ocal Duet, Misses Mat ice and Handel. Paper. "Original Itoundaries of Michigan".. Prof. Rawley "Needed changes In the highway system and hat can the (J range do to al J the movement of good roads." Jeo. Smith and others. Grange closed in usual form after which all enjoyed the social festivi ties of such gatherings until a late hour. To be glad of lift because it gives ou a chance to love and to work and to play; to bo satisfied with your pos sessions, but not contented with your self until you have made the best of them; to despiso nothing In tho world but falsehood and mtancss; to covet othing that is your neighbor's except his kindness of heart and gentleness of manners; and to spend as much time as jou can, with body and with spirit in God's out of doors these are little guido-posts on the footpath of pjace. Channing. (iixxl Advice. The most miserable beings in the orld are those sulTerlng from Dys pepia and Liver Complaint. More nan seventy-live per cent, of the peo pie in the United States are aHlicted with these two diseases and their ef feets, such as Sour Stomach Sick Headache, llahitual Costlveness, Pal pitation of the Heart, Heart-burn, Water-brash. Gnawing and Burning 'alus at the Pit of the Stomach, Yel low Skin; Coated Tongue and Disa greeablo Taste in tho Mouth, Coming p of Food after Eating; Low Spirits, cte. Go to our druggist and get a bottle of August Flower for Tocents. 'wo doses will relieve you. Try It. GetGreon's Prize Almanac. W. I. Benedict. CHOICE MISCELLANY 'A mer leu it Ideua In llnuland. A .writer In the London Dally Mall thus pUtuie the domestic life of the average Englishman: "lie rises In the morning from his New Englaud fold ing bed, shaves with American soap and a Ynnl.ee safety razor, pulls on tils Boston boots over his socks from North Carolina, fastens his Connectl eut braees, slips his Wnltham or Wa terbury watch In his pocket anil sits down to breakfast. There he congratu lates his wife on the way her IlllnoU ftralght front corset sets oft her Mas laehusetts blouse, und he tackles his breakfast, where he eats bread made front' prairie Hour, tinned oysters from the Pacific coast and a slice of Kansas City bacon, while his wife plays with a slice of Chicago ox tongue. The children are given American oats. At the same time he reads his morning paper printed by American machines aud possibly ou American paper. He rushes out, catches the electric tram (New York! to Shepherd's Hush, where he gets In a Yankee elevator to take him on to the American iltted electric railway to the-city. At lunchtlme he hastily swallows seme cold roast beef that comes from a cow in Iowa and flavors It with the latest New Fngland pickles nnd then soothes his mind with a couple of Virginia cigarettes. To follow his course all day would be wearisome. But when evening comes he seeks relaxation at the latest Amer ican musical comedy and finishes up with a couple of 'little liver pills' 'made in America.' " Where the Color Line Kmla. There may be mulattoes, quadroons and octoroons, but the eighth hloodeJ negro Is the last possibility In that pro gresslon. No one has ever seen, as far as we can learn, a human being of one sixteenth negro blood. No pure blood ed Caucasian and octoroon have been known to have issue. Many years ago Just after the close of the civil war when Bishop Newman was advocating the amalgamation idea In New Orleans. one of the most famous physicians and ethnologists of that city offered a re ward of $1,000 to any person who would bring to his knowledge a human being of oii"-slxteenth negro blood. No one ever claimed the reward. That particular product no man has ever yet found on earth. From the octoroon t tic reversion to type Is the only available direction. Atlanta Constitution. Ladies! If you wear a No. 4 Shoe, it will be worth your while to call at The City Shoe Store and see our special line of samples in this size. - r; :1 I'n I i.i l.cnf Crjullen. In the p:lm region of the Amazon river there is a tribe whose infants are cradled in palm leaves. A single leaf turned up round the edges, according to native custom, makes a capital cradle and on occasion does service as n bath. Strong curds are fashioned from the libers of another kind of palm by which the leaf cradle is suspended under a tree, and the wind rocks the baby to sleep. I'prmnal I'rejmllee. "Nature," said Miss Miami Brown, doesif nebber make nullln' In vain." "Well," answered Mr. Brastus Pink- ley, ''it sometimes seems to me dat dar is a whole lot o' animals walkin' around dat might Jos' as well uv beeo possums." Washington Star. Snrf Way to Ciet n Job. One of fhe Unemployed I wish 1 had money enough so I shouldn't have to work for living. nother of Them So do I. In that case, you know, it wouiu ie so easy to get a job. Boston Transcript. One of tlie Symptom. But how did you know that I wnn In love with you?" he asked. 'You were so foolish," she answered. Chicago Post. N)v-l ! my h Time. Don't neglect coughs and eolus even if it Is spring. Such cases often result Want to lit-lp Others. "I had stomach trouble all my life," s iys Ivlw. Mehler, " proprietor of the Union Bottling Works, I'rle, Pa., "and tried all kinds of remedies, went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moment's peace. Finally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and have been taking It to my great satisfaction. I uever found its equal for stomach trouble and gladly recom mend il In hope that I may help other sufferers." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures all stomach troubles. You don't have to diet. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. W.I. Benedict. once. eroup, throat u? Ten IhtVH Ntop-Over At riilll Iplil i. Tickets to New York over Pennsyl vania Short Lines are. good for ten ithout htained via stop over tit. lt l ni -.1 l-n n T ti au Or COUgh-, COld. ,xx. ... t ,,' ..I,,.,,.!,. nn A.. seriously at this season just becHuse: , d , . Philadelphia w people re careb-ss. A dose of One I Tllv may 1,0 ohlHln( Minute Cough Cure Mil remove all j w h( , h d , t danger. A hso'utely safe Acts at , NiU , (, , j ftt me f Sure grip, bronchitis, and lung troubles and other "I have plicatpns fur particulars will bo edOne Minute Cough Cure several . nloS(it . j.. Aft.f m Crlsold ears, says Postmaster C. O. Dawson, k., n .....it tarr, III. "It U the very best cough P1" lKlrol years. Barr. medicine on tho market. It has saved me many a severe spell of sickness and Iwarmly recommend it " The child ren's favorite. W. I Benedict. A w Vrk 1 rip VIM tthliiKt Wield . Mntf-i Ax. Mllllnna mnrvol ot K ..I . I. .. . ""V. ........ " ixuaiiuM fi nccting lines in .Aiienigan t '. . i.iii V v ln M BUSHONd, I) r. Agt , bii Gri ..... . ..w ini,re8sing vw wold ht , Hotrod, who will reserve ruoojHc n. uver ma uowel troubles, sleeping car spare upon application Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite. Jaundice. I - Biliousness, Fever, Malaria, all fall j Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys before theso wonder workers, 25c at and bladder right. Don'tdelay taking. Connell Bros. dru store. W. 1. Benedict. CliroiOo llronclillls l'ur1. "For ten year I had chronic bron chitis mi bad that at times 1 could not speak nbova a whl.per," writes Mr. Joseph ColTti.an, of Montmorencl, Ind. I tried all remedies available, but with over Pcnn-jlvHuiu Short Lluis may be n" HlKVt , ' rtunatey my employer made a over direct IVntisyU anla Linn. 'iggetcd that I try lob-y s Honey and Tickets via Washington good for ten Trtr T-et wasR'mt miraculous, ,lr' Mton over at National mnUnl ' and I am now cured of ihedlsoasc. On may bo obtained fioin agents of eon- '"' recommendation many people have or thrmiirh 11 1 ". uony nun ir, unu al ways with fatisfaetiou." W.I.Benedict. I live and let my brethren live With all that good with me. Unto the poor fromoeash I give. The balance I give Boeky Mount ain Tea. Connell Bros. Alcoholic perfumes, manufactured by saturating alcohol with the odor of certain fruits or flowers, were made ns early as the fourteenth century. Over-Taxed Hundreds of Belding Readers Know What It Means. The kidneys are overtaxed. Have too much to do. They tell about it in many aches and pains. Backache, sideache, headache. Early symptoms of kidney ills. Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright's disease follow. A Belding citizen tells here a certain cure. Mr. Ed. Il inna, employed In the KflfrlRerator Ftictory "A" and living on May Street, nays: "For ome tittle time I had considerable an noyance from a dull, aching puln In tbn back o-,er my kidneys. I felt worse along In the aft ernoon or night after llnlshlng my day's ?ork. If I Btoopcd and arose suddenly a Rharp &tltch caught me. which fairly made me czclalm. Learning of Doan's Kidn y I'ills I procured a boi at Connell Mro.' drug More, took them regularly, and when I bad finiHhed the treat ment I wns bo much Improved that I bought a second one. lit only took half of thin bo to do the work. I have not felt the tlrt nymptoms of It's return. It If a pleasure for me to recom mend a remedy that will do just w hat Is claimed for It" For sale by all dealers. Prico 60 cents Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States Remember the name, DOAN'S, and take no substitute. BUSINESS MEN AND WOMEN WANTED. The demand for competent people to 1111 desirable and paying" positions far exceeds the supply. Qualify your self for these opportunities by a prac tical education, including lxok keening shorthand, typewriting, etc., at the 'AMUAJimiVCWidt All our graduates ,tre in paying po sitions. . Call at the University or write for Catalogue. A. S. PARISH, Pres. Spring and Summer MILLINERY 1 To Please every Taste, and Prices to Pit Every Purse. Ladies are Invited to call and see my line before making a selection. MRS. LIABLE STONE-HICKS, Huelster Block, Pleasant St. Will You Build Or Make Any Changes In Your Buildings? If you intend doing so you certainly will be interested in knowing that I have opened a new lumber yard in Heldiug. Building Material of all Kinds for Houses or Barns SHINOLESAND lath specialties. It's for YOUR interests to get my prices. Spencer & Hill's old location on north side. E. L. Kendall. HEW-TMK TRIBUNE FARMER. FOR EVERY MEMBER OP THE FARMER'S FAMILY Kstabllshed in;i8Jl, for over sixty years it waa the NEW-YORK WEEKLY TKIHUNE, known and read in every state in the Union. On November 7, 1901, it was changed to the NEW-YORK TRIBUNE FARMER, a high class, up to-date, agricultural weekly, for the farmer !and hla family- PRICE Sl.00 a year, but you can buy It for less. How? lly subscribing for your own favoritel home newspaper, THE UANNER, Heldlntf, Mich. Hotn papers for one year for only II. 5a Send your order and money to THE UANNER, 5am pie copy free. Send your address to NEW-YORK TRIBUNE FARMER, New York City. t BY GEORGE EDWARD GRAHAM. j rr-rrrmn nm m wim 1. HMU1IMIB it mi .:'.;,: v :-u:. HI ;, I'1.' , I i:,r' Jf3 I ' -.....-..:m.'..,:-i'.ii;. 4,,-i'irniiiiiul The Intrr pld Awvtiitei Trr wr corrponilpnt, who wnn fthonnl flu- I'. K. N. Urookljn durlnir the rntir five month of tli minpnlprn. lllurtratel with hotnirrph tnken hy the Author dup'lnfr the flplit. The Most Scnantional Boo ft of tho Day The true tory of the famous rrnlxe of the FWInir P'Oiivlron iiihIit otiiiiioilr W liillt'ld t-rott Hrhlrr, Inclu'l- Itvir the IiIih'IcmiIm urnl (Wtnirtloti of the Hpnlh fleet, TOLD Kill T1IK rl KT TI.M K. Contain an autograph etiilnraement and pemonal account of the liattle lijr Krar-Admiral Brhlejr. TIip fstrta of tlic atory of the movement and otTHt Ion of the l lvlnjf HqunUroii r tho nuthor tell1 them in thU hook lire correct." -W.S. SCI1LKY. An hit reMimr narrative of fact. Explain the aw ralli'il "IN-troKraiie Movement;" th "Loop)" the "Coating rmlilem," ami nettle ronelii'-lveljr every advert ruling of the Court of lii'inlry. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, hn Governor I New York, Mid: "Mr. Graham's lorv la tht hcM account I have hcara or read of tht aval tiihllnr duriai th war. It needed ul aa mipcti couraie 14 i about taklnf pholo irapha a it did to work tha fans." THE NEW YORK HERALD ai:-"Mr. Graham, la tha tclllnf ! lacta. leaves tht reader frea ta make tha deduction that several naval officers need Court al In quiry to re-extabllih their repnlatlons.'if they can U re-eatakliihad." NiMilij- t h:" over Urn bofore thf public tlmt hnn Interested everyUxly an tho manner in wMeli Adntlrnl Ito'hh y li:is Imii trontotl. ami tho American jpiMple iloiniintl t ho full rmcoonlllon of Ihm llmro ot Santlmoo. This bonk tolls everything Jn H.-curreU and ns the eyewitnesses hw It. Hook I elllriir like wlhllire. Illrrsil commissions, thitfit ;ml lsoks now ready. Hen1 even S-ciMtt ktarupH fur ciinviisslin outfit. ACT QUICK. Now is the UmetoMAkE MONEY. Price $1.50, $1.75, $2.23, $2.75, according to style of binding desired. AGENTS I IV. O. COUtlEY COMPANY WANTED Sc'q Publishers, OHIO AGO.