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city officers. Mayor Ktnbree H. Lapham Clerk (.Jt-orire V. Moulton Treasurer - in. F. Sandell Marshal V. W. Mitchell Cltr Attonu v U. O. Sheldon City Health Onici-r I. Ohllnger Justices of tlu Peace. K. li. I.apham " i (.it-urge W. Moulton AUlermen I'irst wain, ii- r. fimni I I L' Ct th I. K. Hudson: Kecoiiil ward. W. A. Chave Ueo. Putnam: Third ward, W. K. Fisher, J. Coles. HuiH-rvlsors-First ward. W. M. FiMte: Sec oud ward, J. T. Angi-ll; Third ward, W. A. wilder. CHURCHCS. MKTIIOIMST KP1SCOPAI. CIlt'KCH-Ser viceH at a. in. and 7:: p in. Sahliath SahiMil at close t nmt ulni; service. Praye met-tiim on ThurMlav evt ninir. HKV. O. A Carman, Pastor. OONli K1XJATK NAI4 fill' U 'I I - Ser vlcen at li:3ia. m. and 7 : ;t i. in. SaMtath schtml at 11 :45 a. in. Prayer ineetiim on Thursday evening, liv.v. .1. I.. Hi' i i.tii. Pastor. HAITI ST (lll'KCII Services at 10:30 m. and 7::i n. in. S ibhalli school at close of morning service. Prayer meeting on Thurs aay evening. HV.v. n. v si'kaii, I'astor. FKF.F. MKTIIOMST CMUKCH --Praver and Iralse serviae, eleven o'clock a. m. Preach fnc at 7::n p. m. Praver meeting Friday evening, hkv. m miiiu.n. rasior. J CO. R. NICHOLS. IIWICIITSHKLOON NICHOLS fi SHELDON, A TTOKN'KYS AT T,A V.0fflce: -Over Page xjl Hioro, Main luiuing, Mtctitgan. DR. MARJORY ORR. XTO. S DEMOKKST FLATS. Heldtnir. Mich JLl Dtsofvses of Women a Specialty. Office hours: v to id::i a. m. ; 1 to 4 p. in. ; fl:.1) to 8 p. m. citizens 'phono No. V. I. S. MORRIS, ' TJHYSICIAN AND SUUUKON. Office rear X of w. I. Benedict's drtirf store. Hours B to II a. m,, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence opposite of M. K. church. Telephone tu 2 rinps. J. E. FERGUSON, DHYSICI AN AND SUP.GKON-Ofllee over X Pugp's ii4rd !trp. Otilce hours: 8 to a m. ; 1 t A ;. m. : ry.--' ' Wednesday, 6:30 to p. m p. u.mjii tii:uaiing surgeon. New Stj'.c J'Uoiio. . OHLINGER, TJHYSICIAN AND SUKU KON-Clty Physi X clan and Health oftleer OiTlce at residence corner of Hridge and Centre sts. Office hours 1 to Sand 7 to p. m. J. F. PINKHAM, PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON-Ofllce over Connell's drug store, Main st. Hours 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. in. DR. J. H. ARMS TRONQ, DENTIST. Corner rooms in the Vincent block, over Vincent's grocery. Office hours: s a. m, to p m. DR. U. F. SMITH, 1 ENTIST. Ot.c hours 3 to 5:30. Leonard XJ Mock, over Page's hardware store, tiel amp micu DR. C. E . SHELDON "TVENTIST. The latest methods The low XJ est prices. All work guaranteed. JMAXvS s li.XTIi ACTIOS, Office over Henedict's drug siore Otllco hours to Vi ii. in.. 1 to ; p. rn.1, un I 7 to h p. ni. DR. C. B. ROOT, VST-OI'ATHIC PHYSI 1 AN-Oraduate of V Noithern Institute of Osteopatbv of Vlln neapolis. Specialist in Nervous and Chronic l;ases. Olilce at Hotel Heldintf, Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays, from 7 a. m. to i : p. m. C. M. WILSON, Pliysician and Surgeon Olliee and abiding piace over Can neld 8 Grocery store. Office Hours 1 to 4 p.m. :7 to9p m New Barber Shop. Under Slaley's furniture Store. All work guaranteed first class. (1IZO. MAYSMI'K, Prop. Wm. Pickering Insurance Agency Keprem.nl ing sorn" of the ldowi. nnd Most Keliahli; Companies in I hit World. Ollico at tho Common-lal Bank. Insure in tho Old Kcliahlo WAGNER AGENCY Office in the new itHdlng ilo k corner of Main ana Hrltlge street. Holding. Vtro Inmirnneo Sronf y n Vlty nnti 1'iirrn rnippn j. V7AQNKR. Dry 1'loAiiliiv, Djtiriir, Stm Cleanlntr Silk City Dye House, Ii. C MlI.LAKM, Trop'r, IMdlnp, MU h. Office ikt Mr. Neliie Millard's millinery par JOrs. Alili Willi ' ULAUANIKKH. liiiriiieut llyeini; m pei-l:tlly. L. F. RICE, M. D. Craduato of the ITniverMlv of Miehigun. and of the Chicago Eye, Er, No.-e. und Throat College. SPECIALIST IN Eye, Eur, Nose & Throat DISEASES (lassos Scientifically Fitted and i vrrv pair Guaranteed to give Perfect Satisfaction. NKW UKItlll K m.lM'K, IONIA MM II. jflfEBntiDn! I am prepared to Clean, Vrcti and I lr pair your clothing neatly nnd ouieklvat n asonable priees Shop located In Huhhidl block. (Jive me a all WM, LAMBECK, Pere Marquette OCT. 12. lOOC. Trtklim I.eve IU Iilln) hi follow : For Towell, (Jrand Hapld-". north and west..... v !: a. m., S:0 p. m., ":S0 p. n . For Ionia II :0i n. rn. , r, mix p. m For Detroit. Toledo and East .11:01 a. in., 5 ;( H p.m. For Saginaw, Hay City am! Port Huron... 8:17 a. m.. fl:4f p. m. For Howard.'! Mty 7:t4 i-. m I :V p. m., A:14 p m For Oreenyille 7:4 a. m. 8:17 a. in , I :) p. m., ft NW p. m., 5:19 p. m. II. F. MOELLEU. Gcn.PaKB, Afct M. L. Omtbhiioct Agt. CANNONSUUKG. Sunday 8ebool baa bc?en orj?an'zd at the M. E. church with rooJ uttend aoce. The L. M. S. met at the hiuieof Mrs. Annie Armfetrontf Thursday. A jtt the Conjfretfiitlonul church la without a pnstor Miss Llbbie Joyce of (Jrnnd Uapldd la now at home. MU-j Maude H'nsler hiuI Mr. John Bookey of Grattan visited his uncle James last Sunday. Carl llartwell U nnw at Ix ine. Mrs. J. L. Thorrnw has bivn ?pend injf the past two wcks with rclntivft in Grand Rapids Mrs. Jas. Spuncer is se:rlui-l.v ill, a stroke of paralysis the chush. Mrs. Jas. IJookoy and her broth r W. L. lleevcs of Oilsco hud a monu ment erected last week to the memory of tht-Jr mother. A stranger entering the village of Cannonsburjj will suddenly pauo ar.d wonder if there Is an electric plant near by, ''however the mystery Is so u solved," when stepping into llartwell Bros, store which is bi llliantly illumin ated with those beautiful electro pa -line la-tip-, enabling a customer to selectasilk dress or coil stove down to a mouse trap and woo Jen spoons with accuracy. Another pioneer suddenly passed away, James Abraham who for 47 years resided in the town of Cannon. While on his way to interview I)r Mc Avoy of Parnell regarding his health, was found by Win. McCarthy slttlug in his buggy in a dying condition. He Could Hardly Get Pp. P. H. Duffy of Ashley. 111., writes, "This is to certify that I have taken two bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure nci l- has helped me more than any other medicine. I tried many advertised remedies, but none of them gave me any relief. My druggist recommended Foley's Kidney Cure and it hs cured me. Before commencing its ue I was in such a ship3 that I could hardly get up when once d wn W. I. Benedict. Startling. Hut rrue. 'If everyone knew what a crand medicine Dr. King's New I.lfo Pills is, writes I). H. Turner, Deinps.'ytown, Pa , jou'd stll all you have in a day. Two weeks' use has made a new man of me." Infallible for con-tipation, stom ach and liver troubles. 25c at Conned Bro9. drug store. "Cures the coiifo and stvesthe life.'' D- Wood's Norway IMne Syrup cuts trie cc ugns ana colds down to the very verge oi consumption. Wrinkles are smoothed iiwav b Its healing touch, iln.in tired and de pressed people will tind a euro in Kockj Mountain Tea. &k-ts. Connell Bros ARE YOU A COMING MOTHER 7 ARE YOU EXPECTANT 7 MOTHER'S FRIEtm malccs childbirth easy by preparing the system for parturition ana thus shortening labor. The rainful ordeal is robbed of it terrors, and the danger lessened to both tnoiner ana cnHa; the time of confinement is shortened, the mother rested, and child fully developed, stroncr and health v. Alornincr sickness, or nausea nrioncr ii um pregnancy, is prevemeu oy us use. As pregnancy advances, the breasts en- laree. become swollen and hard. Lone before the ehild 4 horn, thev nri tironnr. ing for the secretion of milk. It is import ant mat they receive early attention. Mother's Friend softens the skin and facilitates the secretion of Life Fluid. Undeveloped breasts, hard-caked shortly ..r. n. ,i r it.ci ucuvcry, tire mc rcsun oi non treatment, and likelr to culminate in Mammary Abscess, from which so many suffer excruciating pain and are left with iucsc organs permanently impaired. Softness, plimhility and expansion are given to and caiifting an eay lne of the child. Try It. Of druggist! $i.oo. Our book "Motherhood'' free. THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA. OA. HAVE YOU A SORE THROAT? Don't let ft ran on it nntT prove dtngerout. do to von r drug gist and a-k fur TONSIUNL TOXHIMXE l the grfatt throt remedon rth. Tonslllne not only eire Sore Throate of all kinds, very quickly, but it a positive, never-falling and speedy cure for Sore Mouth, Hoarseness and Quinsy. It's the stitch fa time. Don't neglect to nse It, 25 and 60 cents at all druggists. TBu Toirsiuwa co. cawtow, o. BEAUTY OF THE LORD Divine Loveliness lit Purify ing. Itev. .1. K. Hutler Make brief Seriu on from Following Verne In Scripture. ' Let the beauty of the Lord our Uod be up on us. ' 1h. M17. Ah the preat eea some times pwells beyond ltd unual bounds, and rushes in to como in Mowing btream, reversing: its rnrrftnt nnd eiilarjjirig lta volume, bo mmf'tlme from the boundless heart of G )d there flows into a human life divine impulse, manifesting itself in a great wifh. The earnest desire expresded in our text Is an imp ilse of this sort. Oh! that theame great wish might take pops"Ksion of all our hearts today. Tho wish is father of the deed. Wishes whether dai k or divine are prophetic of destinies. Too l'tialmist was reaching atterthe beautiful. Man has discovered himself too great to be satisfied with simply the physical necessities of life. Primitive man sat in his cave, satis fied with a handful of raw flesh or a bundle of root, bnt be has climbed out of his cave into the palace. Foots'eps fill I'ghtly upon velvet carpetlns. Paintings and libraries feast the soul, while sweet strains of melody float magically through the spacious apart ments ( f the modern home. Beauty, iiiexhausUble, Is above and about u-; but as yet how little appreciated. A train load of boot blacks sent by a benevolent gentleman of Detroit to en joy the World's Fair for a day, rushed through the Art building with a whoop all unconscious of the wealth of beauty thnt entranced for weeks the most cul tured peoule of the world. Araet lea's greatest pulpit orator once said f'tbey are the richest men In the world who are laying up the br ightest, the clearest and most help ful and noble conceptions of God." Thcsy benutles of painting, archi tectnre or landscape are oidy hiDts cf the infinite, graces that linger in the a'l pervading Spirit of God. Phyisical beauty becomes a type of spiritual loveliness As winter's epotlets mantle silently conceal the earth's decaying and re pulsive forms from human eye, and then in eprlng as quietly departs, leav ing the hU purified and refreshed, so may the mantle of divine beauty fall upon our touls today, covering our mis takes and prt judlces acd purifying our motives. As the mantle of sunshine gently warms tho earth, calling forth ITowers, folioge and fruitage, in like manner may the beauty of the Lord come upon our Jive's today, making us rich ti morrow in manly heroic deeds As well might we try to grasp the various tints of the rainbow, and one by one bring them down to analyze and define, as to attempt to describe the various elements of the beauty in GodV ehanieier. Hut let us glance at some of them. F;rst. there is joy. The most joyful being In this unlvtrso is God. The troubles and vexations of this life are to Iiim only ripples on the surface, while the infinite sea of His joy rests calm and undisturbed. Another element is compassion. Where Is there a more beautiful pic ture than that drawn by our Savior where the good Samaritan halts by the wax side to look upon the bruised and bleeding form of an unfortunate man who bad fallen among thieves. Gently placing him upon his own be aft and taking him to an inn, he kindly cares for him. Then there is gentleness. The same (land that planted the mountains gen tly strokes the Infant's brow and wipf s the tear of grief from the mother's heek. It plants the lily and shapes ? he snowllake. Here also is inspiration. Travel--tained, foot feore, eoul-scorchcd, pll grims of tarth, lift your eye this dav to the ever flowing fountain of divine inspiration. Here is refresh ment and life. Finally, behold In our Lord unfaltering constant hop( fulnets. Not the shadow of an apprehension or doubt tan croe bis pathway. With the coje of boundless eternities in which to work: with inexhaustablo re sources at hand; and with no other mo tive than that of universal good will toward all his creatures, he absolute ly know? that all things shall work to gether for good to them that love Him." I'olev's Honev and Tar for coughs and colds; reliable, tried and tested, sarcj nnd sure. W. I. Benedict. "YOUR MONEY IS GOOD" NO and will be refunded to you If after using half a bottle of THE FAMOUS RHEUMATISM and BLOOD CURE you are not satisfied with results. This is our guarantee, which goes with every bottle. For 6U n OuranU4 Only By Council Brosi Druggists. The Problem of a Tired Mother. The funny papers have told, time and again, now It makes a man feel to be shut up alone with the children even for a few hours. It's no wonder that nerve troubles attack the mother for she has the children all the time. How can she help being nervous, especially while the little ones are making such con stant drafts on her energy? No woman can endure tho 6train of her housework and two or three little ones unless her digestive powers are of an unusual order. She can't man ufacture force enough to stand the strain. We can suggest one thing that will surely help her and it Isn't a drug poison either. It Is Vinol, made by a remarkable new process from that wonder ful remedy, cod liver oil, a true tonic. Money back if you don't find this true. CONNELL Brothers DRUGGISTS. SM YltNA. Mark Iloppough and wife and A. II. Horton and wife visited with Mr. and Mrs. Loasey in Sparta last week. Tho evaporators will have all their apples dried this week. fl. Skelk nger and wife were guests at Wm. Barker's la.-t Sunday. The L O. T M. lodge of Lakevlew invited Smyrna L. O. T. M. lat Fri day to come and visit them, thone that went were. Mtdames Purdy, Conrad, Condon, Cowhs, Kohn, Iloppough, Northway, O-igood, Harry, a tine time was repoi ted. Saturday there was a corn husking b e at Penn Cowh8tho gentleman that broke his leg. -J."1 bushels was husked and drawn in, the stalks were also cared for. Tho Ideal Entertainers will be In Smyrna next Tuesday evening. Mrs. ('has. Northway and Mrs. II. fl. Olds, uttcnifoi the wedding of MIsh Elizabeth Dii-iitln i;iul Mr. Henry Grovernor of S md Lake at the home of the bride's purent?, Mr. and Mrs. George DattieU. Fov. li). The bride was beautifully dressed in castor col ored silk and wore white carnations. They received a large number of pre sents, which were both useful and beantiful. They left for Grand Hap Ids on the 4:1" truin and came to this placo last Saturday evening where they are now visiting tho bride's grandparent!', Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Northway. The LaFrauce shoe is the most sightly and htylUh shoe for woman that was ever shown in this city $3 a pair at Ii. II. Edwards. One Minute Cough Cure. Is the only harmless cough cure that gives quick relief. Cures coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, whooping cough, pneumonia, as-thma, lagrlppe, and all throat che-a nd lung troubles. I got soaked by ruin. sa.s Gertrude E. Fen- ner. Murcir. Ir;d.. and contracted a se vere cold and cough. I failed rapidly; lost. 4S lbs. My druggist recommended One Minute Cough Cure. The first bottle brought relief;several cured me. I am back to my old weight, 148 lbs. One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm, relieves the co-jgh at once. draws out Inll immUlon, cures crouo. An idenl remedy lor children. VV. I. Henedict. ThePrudential's l!'nr:ii !( i Ftv I ( 'onl Twen i.v V tr i'.i il-"vn nt Motid in -ur'j h mJ ji in ni. Hnd I - of l siih. prteet'on at a liilni if i in oct. Ir 8:tmple LLWIS 13. HALL, (it r.'-riil . nt. 3ii-.".U N lll'coml Hull ln,K (ii k (1 lit id". M! h I EXTRAORDINARY! $15,000 worth of Wen's, $ov)s' and Children's Suits, Overcoats Odd Pants, Odd Vests, Etc., all to sold regardless of cost or value. A large portion of this stock arc new and very desirable goods, bought for this and winter's business. It will pay you well to go a good many miles to take vantage of this Great Closing Out Sale of the J. T. Webber Stocl at Ionia. v Every dollar's worth of this stock to be closed out before JANUARY Flit ST. ASK FOR TRADING STAMPS WITH 4 (1HATTAX (J It AN (J K. Grattan Grange met In regular ses slon Thursday eveolnif Nov. 20, with a good attendance. Along with a thoroughly interesting business session, a candidate wan initi ated In tho second and third degree. After this the Worthy Lecturer called by name on each present asking for help on the literary work, all refusing j to bo fined the sum of one penny, heed less to say the fine Imposed ws not o great but what wo realized a purse of 27 cents and several members were kind enough to give some fine quota tions and readings. At our next meeting a fine literary program will be rendered In comraem oration of the Hirthdav of the Orange which started Dec. 4, 1S(V7. A feast will also bo enjoyed as Fourth degree and anniversary will both call for same. The program Is as follows: Song Cbolr FoundtTM of the Gratpe Hy subordinate Lecturer Music Hand Declaration of Purposes -Worthy Mst'r, Scott Song Mis Watkins Paper, OriKin of tho (Jranun Mrs O. I. Wutkin Poem Mts Kn.uions Pap r. The work of 1Lm uinuire and what it has acivinpllntied. Mark llro n Ilecltation Mih Alta Wa.ner "CJrane Stutistfi in Mich C, M Slay ton Recitation (;inn Smith Song Choir Patrons yuu are all Deeded and urged to turn out and make this meeiirg Hn enjoyable success. Ten thousand demons gnawing away at ones vitais couiun i do mucn wore than the tortures of itching plies. Yet there's a enre. Doan'r Ointment nev ver falls. Anxious Moment. Some of the most anxious hours of mother's life are thoso when the little ones of the household have the croup There is no oth r mrdlelno so effective in this terrible malady as Foley's Honey and Tar. It Is a household fa vorite for throat and lung troubles, as it contains no opiates or other poisons, it can bo safely given. W. I. Benedict The Companion Christina Pocket. Can you think of a gift more certain to be acceptable than a year's su' scrip'.ion to The Youth's Companion? Is thero one, young or old who having once had the piper In his hands and looked throrgh it. did not wish to pos s.-ss it lor his vt ry own? It is a gift which, far from losing Its freshness as Christmas recedes into the past, grows more delightful, more necessary to onvs enjoyment week by wi ek If you wish to mike a Christma tire sent of The youth's Companion, send tho publishers the name of the person to whom ton wUh to trlve Thk COMPANION, .with $1.75, the annu'tl subscription price They will nend to the adress named The Companion's Christmas Packet. !1 ready for Christ mas morninc, eon'alnine the Christ mas number, The Companion Calend er for lHM. Uthoirraohfd in two ve colors and pold. and subscription cer tificate for the fiftv-two m of 15X13 roll illwritratfd Announcement of the new vo'nme for will bo sent with nmplfl copit of the nrH?r to anv addrps free. THK YOUTH'S COMPANION. 1 14 Herkley St.. Moston, Mass. A big haul v highwaymen, sub-ti-tute and others who ttel the g(Hd name and fame of Koeky Mountiin Tea mado famO'M by Madison Mrolcin Co 3r cts Connell Hrr-. I Pnrpfl nf nif Hflrr 40 VrMrs. Mr. C. Hanev of GenevM, Oh o had th pih-rt for fintv y -ar. I).i't.or- nrnl drdhirs ou!l do hiru no ltin irood D.'WHi'h Witch Hhz-I Stlvn rurrd him p.o manertly. Invaluablo for cuts burn, brtrs.. sp-air-M, laceration, ec.em , tetter snlt rh. urn and all other skin diseaes. Look for the nsme I)e Wlt! on all the p-kHiTe Hll others are cheap, worthless counterfeits. V. I. Benedict. JLl ii. .v. i.konak:;, President, . "V. IIKI.IHNU Ice President. BeldiogSa vings Bank BELDING, MICH. Capital - - $25,000.00 Surplus and Profit 8,500.00 3 percent Interest Paid on Deposits. Honey to Loan. Call on us if you wish to get a loan on yout Ileal Estate. VV. S. LAMBERTSON, CASHIER. P.. K. Sp.nit r, Pres. p. (. Chase, V Pref M. A. Ueed, ("ahl(,r. OF- BELDING, MICH. $35,000 Capital, '0,000 Stockholdt Liability. Special attention given the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT! Nothing Like it in the City. Call and examine our System. No trouble to snow ana explain Us workings. Pepositn ol (I. U) and upwards received and Hook (riven. Hank opens for business Saturday evening. rum u iusu ciock. For the People, of the People and uy the People. Cross ? Poor man! He cant help it. It's his liver. He needs a liver pill. Aycr's Pills. Want your moustache or beard a f beautiful brown or rich black ? Use Buckingham's Dye SOctt.ef druggittior R. P. Hall & Co , Nathut.N.H MONBY TO ....HY THE.... JlchUnfr lUtlhlinir nnU Lroni Asstolnt Ion To thoe who wlah to build a houe or pay of your mortgage; or in buying a home already built on easy terms of monthly Install ments. For particulars call at their hc Thero ia nothlni? better in lh ldlm for InveMtraeot than tovk in the H. f- dintr Huildlriif Hn( tj01U, stock of which, Series No a:t,i now open to all -A. WAGXMt, cor. Don't Be Fooledi 7 Tak th genulna, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Ma! only by Madlnon McdU cln Co., AladUon, WI. It keep you well. Our trad tnmk cut on each pack?. I'rk-r, 35 cent. Navtr ol4 In bulk. Accrrt no ubtti tZM tbt. At your 4riug UU i n . m n n i i ne reopicsOTSbaiiK 51 V4 fall ad- ALL PURCHASES Jl Pianos and Organs. If vou want to buy a first claa, strictly high grade piano it will pay ou to investigate the "Mc Phall .". There is no better up right Piano made. I also have the agency for a number of other standard makes at. $1.0 up 15 to $10 monthly Installments. In second hand Pianos and Or gans I have: Knabe, upright, good condition, If 190 Square Piano, good condition, ."() Square Piano, fair condition, 25 A. K. Chase $1(0 six octave 0rgtrt"as good as new. This Is a bargain at $.." I also have a number of other sec ond hand organs, at $10 to $40, espec ially suitable for lodge or school room Pianos and Organs Tuned and Repaired. Chas A. Wagner, Belding. Trquire at A. Wagner'a Insurance om.-e. Insure Your Properly IN THE MICHIGAN MUTUAL Tornado, Cyclone and Wind Storm INSURANCE CO. As a safeguard against these ments. Organized In 1885. Afeecxa ble capital over $37,600,000. Any per son can become a member of this com pany on payment of a policy feo of SI, and 20o on every hundred dollars ho ir.euros NOTE: The losses and expenses for the past 17 years have been paid by the 20 cents on every $100, this amount strictly speaklDg is termed the ad vance assessment. JOHN F. KOHN, Agent. Cox 353 DELDINQ. Also agent for the Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Ionia County. WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES AT W. A. WILDERS Foley's Honey end 7V;r (or children fsfc,svrc. A'o opfata. There Is no couh medicine so popu lar n Foley's Hony and Tar. It con tains no opiates or poisons and never falls to cure. Put a Liner Ad. in the Manner, and get ItESULTS.