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M. A. Reed, CaiMer. oplcs Savings 0 VillTl HI BELDING, MICH. ir,000 Capital, $70,000 Stockholder! Liability. ' Special attention given the 1AVINGS DEPARTMENT ! Nothing Like it in the City. Cull and examine our System. No trouble to how una expliiiu its working. Deposits ol 1 (X) and upwards received und Hook given. .lank opens tor business Saturday evenings rom 6 to 8 o'clock. p'oit the People, of the People AND UY THE PEOPLE. J. W. Cooper DEALEK IN Fine Owosso Carriages, Buckeye Binders and Mowers Greenville Banner Plows and Other Farm Implements. Corner North of II. J. Leon ard's Store, Uelding, Mich. MO IS BY TO LOAN ....1JY THE.... Holding lluildlnir n tut Ttiiii Assoulntloti To tho-e who widh to build a house or pay of your mortgage; or in buying a homo ul ready built on easy i-rms of monthly install ments For particulars f.i 1 1 at lh ir office. ; i - nothing better in Held lot? ni ihiu stock In the Hel-Mln.- and Loan. Stock of , v- a No 30, is now open to all. ,1. WAGS Hit, Seo'y, WALL PAPER AND SHADES AT W. A. WILDER'S I COLDS -COUGHS RELIEVED IN 5 MINUTES. JUL CURED IN 6 HOURS. DR. FENNER'S Golden Relief and Cough Honey have not failed in 30 years. 1 tablespoonf ul of the- "Relief" in 2 of water and ono of eugar hourly till sweat, then 1 of "Cough Honey." A hath completes the cure. 3 doses generally sufficient. Death will never result from LUNO or THROAT diseases when these two Remedies are PROMPTLY used. Ity Hmtrglsts. J.V.vMii-. nnd fl. sizes. ST.VfTUyDAHCErrS5!?: Sold by Connell Bros., Druggists A good looking hnnw und toor look Infc h a r ti f s Is Hip worst kind of a com- J utnatlon. Eureka Harness Oil Tint nnlir mnlf M flip ImrticM font th I lmr lt,k l'tlT, but limit- the '. leather eoft nml jl intU. rut it In nm- in i At . tlith-n ' lust twii'f u long ' tlitK-n i' lust twii'f u long ul it omiminly wmiM. Poll Trvti. ri in un ll STANDARD ,7) OIL CO. f A ;h ,-' Give Your .'Ml Horse a Chancel (T CHICHCSTCR'S ENGLISH PEflNYROYALPILLS 4f. A1wiiv rvlinbl. t.nrflea, Mk Trnjrlst for IIH II t TI It KN44I.IHII In IIH and Oold niftftilic hot. k1i- with blu ribbon. Tan, no ollirr. Itrfove tlrniirrout anlMtl f ntlnn nl Inilfallona. Ii jvof your )niifitlt, or iMTii 4r. in m f.ir lirt l-nlr. Trtl mnnUlt n1 Itllf fop l,iiillN,"(nWlfr. hy rrturn null, lo.ooo 1 -ttmriil. Hold by all Ini(relHt. CHICIirSTER CHEMICAL CO nIUn Murr. 11111.4., PA. V. 1. KI1A EtilOl, Hruuuft i. CHOICE MISCELLANY A Mysterlooa Ass asalnatlon riot. One of tU e:altd tragedies, which tt nov.- ee;?.s will never be unaealed. Is the utUUipud asasslnatiou of iTes- ldent Diaz o. Mexico." said Mr. George Uabcock ct the City of Mexico. "The details of the uft'ulr were never made ymblic, but I happened, to be In close touch wilh some inside official at trie time and trot as much of the story as anv oue ever knew. .V, fellow named Airaya tried to stab in2? on the plaza In front of the Kovermuent building one afternoon, lie did not reach the president, but was captured and In carcerated. Three days later, while he was waiting Investigation and trial, he was bound to a board and stabbed to death, by whom it was never discov ered. About three dava after his death the superintendent of detectives, whose name 1 have forgotten, was sent ror ny President Diaz, who desired to see him on something entirely foreign to the attempted assassination. Instead of responding to the summons he blew out his brains. This led to an investiga tion, and enough was discovered to sat isfy Diaz that Airaya was acting under instructions from the superintendent of detectives and that the superintendent had had the would be assassin mur dered to seal his lips. This was literal ly all that was ever learned of tlie tragedy, and to this day Diaz doesn't know who was In the plot to take his life." Washington Post. Hecrentlv "Imprisonment." The sentence of two and a quarter years' imprisonment in a fortress which has been passed on the German officer Lieutenant Thleme, who lately shot dead a student of Jena in a duel, is by no means so severe as it looks. Testungs-arrest" In Germany is a comparatively pleasant affair. The of fenders have an agreeable barrack room placed at their disposal, from which they can emerge at stated hours and enjoy a pensive walk about the cotiliues of the fortress, and they may have a servant to wait upon tliem. There are few officers thus 'incarcer ated" who do not relish the change from the disciplinary rigor of the bar rack yard to the delightful promenade afforded them within the precincts of such picturesquely situated fortresses as Konlgsteln on the Kibe, or Khren breitstein on the lihine, where thc.v are deprived of almost no privileges save the empty ono of wearing their swords. And then, too, in most cast about live-sevenths of their nomin; "time" is always remitted them, espe cially In eases of dueling, when they resume their career In a new garrison. London Chronicle. Criminal Jewelry. In accordance with French custom, there has just been a curious sale by auction In Faris. The objects disposed of consisted mainly of Jewelry confis cated by the authorities from convicted criminals and unclaimed by any person with a legal title to the property. In proclaiming the virtues of the articles offered to the public the auctioneer was able to unctuously dwell on the circumstances that a particular ring had encircled the finger of an assassin on the day of the commission of his crime and that a necklace had been habitually worn by an interesting lady sent to penal servitude. It has been found that most of these jewels, being imitations merely of precious metals and stones, would fetch next to noth ing If sold in the ordinary way, but by appealing tj the imagination of the morbid In connection with criminals ami crime they invariably realize fan cy prices and add to the state ex chequer. London Tatler. vi vnnl l or All Nation. For sonic time a novel alarm signal has been in use i n the Alps, and s successful has it proved that several Luropt-;!!! Journals are now suggest ing that it h" mule International in stead of merely local. The signal consists of a shout or whistle or a gunshot, which must be repeated six times. A traveler who I-s's his way n the Alps can also give tlie niarm by brandishing a light ed lantern six times at regular Inter vals. The essential feature of the sig nal is that the slumt or the whistle or the gunshot must be repeated six times no more and n less. Fefore. h wever. he g es to the as sistance of the person In need he must let him know that his appeal for help has been beard, and this he is to do either by shouting or whistling three times or by tiring three shots. To Lnnmler Their Tronsers. Tlie white trousers of the West Point ers are giving the authorities of the Military academy a go. d deal of trou ble. It Is found that It will be neces sary to make some special provision for the means to keep such garments In the best condition. It is pr posed to spend, us soon as congress will ap propriate the money, about n thousand dollars In the purchase of laundry ma chinery. Including two Ironers, one starch separator and one starch tum bling machine. The use of this ma chinery will save time and labor In the Ironing of the 2.000 pairs of white trousers which must be done each week. Hoomlnir Los Angeles. "If Los Angeles keeps up Its present lick, in less than two decades It will have gone ahead of San Francisco In population." says a resident of that city. "Tiie building permits mw ag gregate n weekly construction of $300, 000, and there Isn't enough building material or men to carry on 1he work. The completion of nn Interoceanlc ca nnl will mak'e ,ur town the metrop :11s nf the coast. We will then be able to get our frulti through to New York In fourteen days Instead of twenty eight, as nt present." Kemembranee Is the onlv Daradlso out of which we cannot be uriven. A Disappointed Darky. I t6d oae Saturday afternooo .'on ttic.pcKh of a Luray (Va.) fcourand w file. pait a hundred or, more dirk d returning frum wurk, each and vv vry on of them carrying a "watermli lion" under LU arm. They had been paid otf. and a convenient farm wagon loaded with melons happened to pasu as they filed along, and the darkies all bought. One young buck, after hugging that melon for several blocks, VJust couldn't stand It no longer" and without ado sat down upon the curb, and In the ab sence of a Jackknlfe he deftly tapped the melon against the edge of the curb until It broke asunder. Mansfield in transforming his Jekyll face Into that of Hyde upon the stage nevT equaled the lightning change of countenance exhibited by that darky. One moment his eyes bulged, his mouth distorted, his teeth glistened, and his face fairly glowed with pleasurable expectancy, and In the twinkling of an eye when the parted halves of that unripe and white seeded melon fell from his pal sied hands his eyes contracted to mere slits showing an angry, snakelike red, his face became of an ashen hue call it pale If you will and through his slightly parted Hps be hissed out im jreeatlon after Imprecation upon the farmer, showing the fact clearly that the rtlsnpiwlnted one was n past grand master in the art of profanity. Forest Wbere Men Kat to Live. The Trapplst monks couslder eat ing to be a necessary evil and curtail It to such a degree that one step fur ther would be suicide. Dinner, to which scarcely fifteen minutes are de voted, consists of a mess of vegetables boiled in water without butter or salt and served In a crude earthenware bowl, a slice or two of rye bread with out butter and a mug of milk or water as a beverage. Supper Is the barest a polony for a meal, being nothing more than bread and water. The guest master did not mention breakfast. If there bo such a meal. It probably con sists merely of a glass of water. A slight relaxation of tills dietary Is al lowed to Invalids, who may have two eggs a day, while on extraordinary oc casions, such as a funeral feast In honor of a departed friar, the ruonks revel In an egg apiece. They are strict vegetarians, and a Trapplst must be lp the very Jaws of death before he will consent to eat meat. LIpplncott's. Little Mother In Japan. Athough the empire of Japan is said to bn a "paradise of children," where . they are allowed to do very much as i thev please and where they seldom If , ever cry, their life Is not all play. Th? I littl boys and girls have their work to ' do, but In many skillful ways they turn work Into play. Take, for Instance, the little girls who have baby sisters or brothers to care for. They tuck the youngster Into their queer garments " r.nd go on with their games of ball. If the baby grows tired and begins to fret, the "little mother" jounces it up and down over her shoulder with a pe culiar humping motion of her back wlthou stopping the game. All the time she sings some pretty song. ! A Good Defense. j There was once a club formed of lazy men. Fines were Inflicted on those who ever forgot themselves so far as to do anything in haste. One day several members saw an old doctor who was renowned for his laziness drive past tlie doo of the club at a furious rate, mid loudly they chuckled at the thought of fining him. But on applying to him on the ground of his having beer in such a hurry the doctor slowly replied, "No, I wasn't In a hurry, but my mare wanted to go fast, and I was too lazy to stop her." J Grand Game In Alaska. Alaska contains the grandest hunt ing grounds Id North America. They ore inhabited by the giant moose, the ; largest antlercd animal on the earth; tho Kiidlak brown bear, largest of all fiesh eating land animals, and the mountain caribou, largest and finest of Its genus. The snow white moun tain 6heep Is there, the mountain goat, black and yellow bears galore, and the rare, uew glacier bear, as yet never seen in captivity and Id only one museum. Uecreatiou. Making It Important. A lecturer In Cork once began an ad dress by remarklug very solemnly, "Parents, you may have children, or If not your daughter may have." ami concluded with, "There Is no man, woman or child In this audience who has arrived at the age of fifty years but that has felt these mighty truths thundering through their minds for centuries." Impertinent. When a young man went to a neigh bor's dairy to see his sweetheart, who had charge of the Institution, and ask ed timidly of the man. "How Is the milkmaid?" the old man angrily slam med the door In his face, saying, "Our milk Isn't made; it's got from the eows!" So Resignation For Him. Friend-Well, I hope you met your defeat with resignation. Politician Not on your life! I'd be there yet If It depended on me! It was too good a Job to resign! San Francis co Bulletin. , Quits. "Hr proposed to her as a Joke." "Yes?" "Well, she accepted him. He does not regard himself as a humorist any more." Brooklyn Life. Usually when o man starts on the downward road the brake refuses to work. -Chicago News. ' Tbo highest friendship must always ld to the highest pleasure. PACTS INFEW LINES Chicago prohibits the gatherttg of cigar butts. CranU tries nierown iu bogs that cott from $;J.mj to $r,oo an acre. The appropriation for the care of Grant's tomb for Um2 Is $5,000. Paper twine stockings at 3 cents a pair are the latest thing In hosiery. There were 3,.r,lo immigrants refused admission to the United States last year. Of all the newspapers published In the world OS per cent are In the Eng lish language. Itussla will throw open the peninsula extending Into the Siberian sea to pros pect for gold in April. Hock salt Is mined and prepared for use In the states of New York, Kansas, Louisiana and California. The per capita consumption of spirits in the United States Is smaller than in any other of the great nations. Kurope has five reigning prlnoos who are over eighty years old and nine oth ers who are more than seventy. A Kansas man has celebrated two silver weddings, having lived twenty five years with cat h of his two wives. A sugar company in" Hawaii will get an average of iiVe tons of sugar per acre for Its whole tract of 4.000 acres. By the use of u process Invented at Bridgeport, Conn., wooden doors are being electroplated with copper or brass. The Yucatan mahogany and logwood forests are to be exploited by a com pany which will build 275 miles of railway. Russia has planned a deep canal from llign. on Hk Baltic, to Kherson, on tho Black sea, near tho mouth of the Dnieper. Isaac S. Taylor of St. Louis proposes to make midair observations in a bal loon of the construction work on the world's fair site in that city. A wine cask which holds 07,000 gal lons and Is the largest ever built may be seen nt Maltcruioro. Cal. The steel hoops around it weigh 40,000 pounds. The increase in population In Venice has been not less than ."o,ooo during the last twenty-live years. During the last ten years it has been nearly 17.0O0. When Johns Hopkins left his great fortune In Baltimore and Ohio stocks for the university that bears his name, the stock was worth almost 200 a share. It afterward fell to about $lo. There are In the leper home in Lou isiana thirty six inmates nineteen males and seventeen females. Five sisters of charity nurse these unfortu nates. The leper colony is a state in stitution. France, with upward of 40,000.000 of population, has but one really large city, Paris, with 2.71.,000 Inhabitants. The two next largest are Marseilles, with 4.)4.70'.). and Lyons, with 4.245 Inhabitants. In a recent book of travels in China special point Is made of the general honesty of the people, as illustrated by the numerous stalls and shops that are left to look after themselves without danger of theft. California leads the country In the development of electrical power from water. She has the three largest pow er transmission lines In the world. The first successful experiment in that line In this country was made in Po mona in 1SU1. Hungary hopes to be able to raise cotton, although the warm season Is only five nionths long and the plant requires seven months to ripen. The difficulty is to be overcome by special preparation of the seed and by adding certain ingieiients t( the soil. Since its tluors were thrown open on Oct. 1. 1N'.7. there has been a daily av erage of 2.2oo visitors to the Congres sioiial library, making an aggregate (with the omission of Sundays and sec ular holidays! of .7.000 persons from all parts of the country whose feet have trod Its tessellated corridors. It Is said that in France KS.000,000 picture postcards pass through the post offices annually. That country takes the lend of all others, Austria Hungary coming next, with 31,0oo.no0. Tho total in circulation throughout the world In one year is said by experts to be 2,:,00.MHMK0. St. Louis has a peculiar sect In the shape of a community of sand eaters, composed of seventy-five men and wo men. The sand eaters take every day a spoonful of sand. They believe that grit is necessary in every animal and that many stomach troubles are due to the absence of j,rit In the stomach. At Itanloii's heading, on the Colorado ilver, Just above the international lino, on the California side of the river, a hcadgate is al'oiit to be constructed which will make possible the irriga ti u of ."oo.ono .left s In California and 150O,MH) acres in Lwcr California. It Is expected that within two years this whole area, which Is now a desert, will be brought into cultivation. The Berlin ch-Urie tramway conduet rrs, or "wattmen." as they are called tu the eontllitnt. ale subject to special nilmcnts. One is an ophthalmia caused by the air current, another Is nn In llaiinnation of the knee due to ringing the alarm bell, and a summer disease Is a kind of sunburn, with blisters on I he ha mis wing to their exposure to the sun It c tnlrolling the car. Experiments which have been In progress In i:usia fur five years to as ctrUiin how f.ir dos might be used for military purposes have disappoint ed the hopes of those who hold that uch animals cotiM be useful in time of war. It as ht lieved that. In addi tion to effective work as pickets, cer tain varieties of dogs could be taught to carry dhvpatt lit s and ammunition to the firing line during battle, but the ex perlmt nis which have been made In this direction have proved unsatisfac tory. It Is not death, It Is dylnp, that a larms us. Civilisation by Chemistry. It udebt be ild that ttit civilization if a country is measured by lti con,- sumption of sulphuric acid, a chemical product which Is at the bottom of al- must every industry. Chemistry is re- sponsible for the existence of all explo- slves. In this last respect, so far as usefulness for war is concerned. It might be Gecmed destructive, but in Its production of fertilizers It is creative, and In Its manufacture of medicines it Is preservative of human life. Chemis try has made it practicable to produce a pure quality of gas for Illuminating purposes. There would be no good Inks If it were not for chemical science. Where would photography bo but for chemistry, upon which the whole art i depends? Tlie whole leather industry depends upon chemistry, for tanning is a ehem- lea 1 process. Mineral ons, sucu as Kerc III. I I... 1 f rt 1 mnr.o ' sene, art; punucu uy tunuivui lunuir, and the same may be said of vegetable oils and of all the pigments employed for painting. Many kinds of foods are preserved by the help of salicylic acid nnd other chemicals, which are not harmful when used In very small quan titiesSaturday Fvening Post. Not Worried by the Leak. Stranre replies are often received by wives who wake their husbands for burglars, leaky water pipes, etc., In the early morning. Mrs. C. wife of a certain government official In Balti more. Is decidedly nervous and has fre quently "heard things." One morning she thought she smel'ed gas, Bravery came to tier mysteriously, and she crept down stairs to Investigate. After smelling about for some minutes she rushed up stairs, called Mr. C, then shook him and at last aroused him. Then this was heard: John, there's a leak In the gasplpe In the kitchen. We'll all die if it Is not fixed." Leaks had been heard of before, and Mr. C. sleepily asked: "Is It a-leaking much now?" "Not much!" screamed his wife. And then as Mr. C. turned over this sooth ing advice was given: "Put a bucket under It and come to bed." Baltimore Sun. A l.lulit llenrt I'ntler Failure. A light heart under failure Is a con dition of success which may be wrltter down as an essential. No one should need to be warned against the deleteri ous effects of the blues. Nothing dead ens the heart of enterprise or unstrings tlie nerves of action like a fit of the blues. In one of those beautiful pray ers which Robert Louis Stevenson wrote for us in his Samoa n household he prayed for "courage and gayety and a quiet mind." A man who backs tip his brains with these three gifts has all the ds in his favor. It Is next to impossible that he should fall in what he undertakes to accomplish. Gayety Is the essence of power. What is there In a failure or two to cry about or In a dozen failures when you know you ar" bound to get there? Richard Le Gallienne In Success. "Tho Arnblnn Mht." That most fascinating book. "The Arabian Nights' Fntertainment." la not tho work of any one man or men, but simply a compilation of Arabian folk lore tales, doubtless told in the bazaers by professional raconteurs so often as to make them history. These tales have suffered many alterations and in their present form show traces of translation to Ugyptlan soil. The date of the ac cepted version Is not earlier than 1150 A. I). The book Mas first introduced into Furope through a translation from Araltie Into the French by one Antolne Galland in 170 1. The manuscripts used by him bore the date of lo43. No Seimntlon Intended. Among the printed nnd posted regu lations of one of the New York public schools are these Instructions for the Cre drill of the pupils: "Fire Drlll.-(a) Three Bells To the sidewalk and return with clothing. "(b) Four Bells To the yard and re turn without clothing." As a matter of fact, this performance is not as sensational as this principal's ambiguity might suggest, for the cloth Ing referred to Is only the outer wraps ami hats of the children. New York Mail and Fx press. "The (ihoat of Leap Year. In France there is n popular tradition among the peasantry, especially those of the Seine country and of La Chat re, concerning a demon called "the Ghost of Leap Year." It Is said that every leap year this peculiar sort of evil de mon makes his dread appearance. The creature's sole pleasure Is to be dis pleased with everything and every body. Ills shape Is not distinguishable In member, joint cr limb, but taken al together his hideous and uncanny ac tions make him a much dreaded mon ster. noes. There are In France 2.804.000 dogs, an average of 75 to every 1.000 human beings. Irish dogs, curiously enough, come next, with a percentage of 73 per 1,000. Fngland has only per 1,000. Germany 31 and Sweden only 11. It Is Stated that Germany claims to have almost 2,.r00.000 dogs, Russia only l.fiOO.OOO nnd Turkey, oddly enough, only 350,000. Illohard III. The best words of Richard III. were: "Not one foot will I flee so long as breath bides within my breast, for he who shaped both sea and land this day shall end my battles or my life. I will die king of England." A eT Attraetlon. "I'm thinking of taking In a part per," said the garrulous barber. "All light," said the man going out. "Make It a silent one, end I'll come around again."-Yonkers Statesman. Let us be silent that we may hear the wnl!pcrs of the gods. " To Broil Bacon. J Broiled bacon is a dish which In few households drseies the adjective, be-, j pause it 1 seldom broiled; the fat Is fried out of it and again soaked Into it by long sputtering in a spider full J0f prease. j The only .vny to cook bacon both ( f0r the matter of appearance and for (J-eestive qualities Is to broil It, not 'over a bed of coals (It Is too fat for lhat), but In a very hot oven. Cut the bacon In the most delicately thin slices possible, rejecting the rind. Lay the pieces close together in a fine wire broiler. Tlace it over a dripping pan and set In a hot oven. It requires to be turned Just once. The fat which falls Into the pan makes excellent drippings for frying potatoes. Drain the bacon on brown paper, if y0U wish to serve calf's liver with .this, sprinkle the liver with pepper and salt, roll It In flour and fry brown In the bacon drippings. Serve with a curled morsel of bacon on top of each piece of liver. Bacon as served by the average cook, well soaked In grease, is the most Indigestible of food; when broiled crisp in the oven, it is a dish that may be served even for a child of two years with Impunity. Among all the fats delicately crisped bacon ranks next to cream In ease of digestion. Sunny. The word sunny borrowed Its original significance from astrology. It describ ed a person born under the Influence of he son, this luminary being supposed ;o exercise a beneficial influence on the character of the individual. To Prevent liuit. Iron and steel Immersed In a solution of carbonate of soda and potash will keep free from rust a long time, even when exposed to a damp atmosphere. Observation, Investigation, aioo A desire to give Satisfaction, and Incidentally, The profit we will Accrue by always Pleasing, are Reasons enough why I We so Emphatically Endorse Vinol And unhesitatingly Proclaim it to be Tho greatest Tonic Rcconstructor We Ever Knew. Kindly let us tell you More about It. We will if you will Call on us, . CONNELL Brothers I DRUGGISTS. j I'ltOltATK itltiiKU. STATKO6 MICHIGAN. County of Ionln. SS. At u spksIoii of the I'rooitie Court for inid County, held at the l'rob ite Ofilce InthoLVty of Ioniii, on Friday, the Hiu day of Marco A. Present, Hor. William O WebHter, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Surah A. Shar ! Uev. deceased. j On rfadmu and filing the petition duly verlfl ed of Wi.llum J. Just administrator of ald en i tate. iiruyliitf thut a time and place be a-stored for the ttxamlnatton ami allowance of bU ttnal account with sa d estnte and that Mm h further lor other order be made in Oie jremUeH as to I tbl Court may seem rneer. Thereupon it i or- dered, that Monday, the ith nay of April next, at to o'clock In tlie forenoon, at mill I'robate Office, be n.isi?ned for hcar njr nal 1 pe'ltton and it is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in the !! ldln Hannkhii news Fapr printed and cfrculHtinif in natd Counly of onia.'l succt tdve weeks previous to said day of bearing. VM. O. WKMSTER. A true copy. J mine of I'robate. MOMTOOMEHY WF.BSTKK, UeglMttT. VIUHIATE OltltKll. STATK OF MICHIGAN. County of Ionia. SS. At a session of the I'robate Court for i-aid County, held at the l'rob te llfice in the Cit of Ionia, on Wednesday, the 19th day of March A. 1). UV i. Present: Hon. William O. Webster, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Homer H. AnRell. d'ceas d. On reading and filing the petition duly verifi ed of Chariest! O'Mryon. brothrr in lawof said Homer H. An gel I, praying that Bald et.ite be duly probated pursuant to tho statutes in such rase made and provided, anu th l iidminlbtra Hon thereof be granted to Jeannett Ant-ll or feme ether -u t ilde person. Thereupon it is ordered, 'hat Monday, the 21st day of April next at 10 o'clock in the fo e noon, iit said Probate Office be iis1n'd: for hearing said petit on. And it 1 fuither order d. thataiopyof this order bfl published In the Ht ldi'g HANNKK anepaper print d and cl -culatitiK In said County of Ionia surcesslve weeks previous to said tiay of hear! n. W'm. (. Wkpsttr. A true copy. Jude of i'robate. MONTGO EKV Wr.BSTKK, Kelst r. MOlilUAni: salk. Whereas, dtfau t has been made In the con ditlons of a certain mortgage dated the Pth day of NdtfDihT. A. I. Ik'.ttf. made nd executed by Georg- Kaitnan, Mary Sisco and Tressa Hni man to Wtlltain J. Wilson and rrcorded in the office of the lO Kister of Deeds of the County i f Ionia and lute of Michigan on the iiith dy of January A. D. UMJO ut S o'clock A. M., and re corded in nber ID of Mortgages, on page 101 . when by the power of hale In said mortgage has become operative; and whereas the amount claimi d to be due and unpaid at the dateof this notice Is ths sum of forty five dollars at.d twen ty five rents if l.V'.'A; for the principal nnd Inter est and the attorney fee provided In sa d mort eae and allowed by the statutes In such case made:a"d provided, no suit or proceeding at law or In equity having been in-tit uted to recover the money thereon; now. therefore, by virtue of the power of sale and In pursuance of the st .t ute In mich cs-e made and i rovided, notice Is hereby given that satd mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises therein described at pub lic auction to tho highest bidder at 'he south door of tt e Court House In the city of Ionia, in said County and State on the "th day of Julr, A. P. 110--' at ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day to satt-fv il'l sum du on said mortgage and costs of foreclosure and sale. Sa d mortgane premises to be sold are situat ed In the city of Heidlng, in the ounty of Ionia and State of Michigan, and described as follows to wit: Allot lot No. siitv five (t) of MrovC third addition to the village Helding (which Is now a City) according to the recorded plat thereof. Dated March 2Cth, A. l. tK?. William J. Wilsoh. Mortgagee, Chas. A. Foote, Attorney for Mortgagee, Foley's Honey and Tar tor children, safe,sur. fro opiates. pgRE MARQUETTE NOV. 3, lOOl. Iralus Leave HuMlng as follow: For Lowell, Grand Rapid, worth nod et 10:(W . ui., S:W) p. ni , 7:4-1 p. ui. For Detroit, Toledo and East . 7:00 a. m., 10:0. a. in., 6:d0 p. in For Saginaw, Hay City and Port Huron. .. 8:14 a. m., 0 :3T. p. m. For Howard City 7: 5 a. m 4:t0. p. in ForOreenvllle 7:15 a. m. 9:14 a. no., l:40p. ra.. 6:35 p. m., 10:05 p. m. II. F. MOELLER, Gen.I'asa, Agt M. L. 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