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Dr. Donald McDonald
The Well Known Specialist IS COMING! 4.' M ff . Si a.AJ THE NEW GAME LAW Ho will be in Belding at H otel Belding on Wednesday. Sept, 13 One day each month. Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Consultation, Examination and Advice, Free. Dr. McDonald has for years made a study ef chronic and linuerin diseases. Ilia extensive practice and superior knowledge enables him to cure every curable disease. All Chronic Diseases of the llrain. Spine, Nerves, Blood. Skin, Heart, Lungs. Liver, Stomach, Kidueys, Bladder and Bowels scientific ally and successfully treated Dr, Mc Donald pays special attention to Ca tarrh, Catarrhal Deafness, Throat and Lung Disease, Chronic Diseases pe euHar to women, Nervousand Physical Debility, Kheumatism, Paralysis, Neu ralga, Dyspepsia, and all chronic and Nervous Diseases of men, wo men and children. No mattor what your disease may be, THKHK IS STILL IJOI'i:. Tfl KM DO NOT DKSI'AIU, but consult Dr. McDonald and get a correct diagnosis of your di &ease, a.id feel assured that the doctor knows correctly what alls you. If yon are curable, he will cure you. Those unable to call, write for pymptom blank Correspondence strictly confidential. ADDUKSS: Dr. Donald McDonald, TDK SPECIALIST, Kast Kulton Stroet, Crand Rapids, Mich. Spurtiuu Take Nolle and Watch Out Kor the Game Wardtu. Deer Open Mason from November 1 0 to November 30th. inclusive. Unlawful to kill without having secured license. Resident hunter's license, $ 1 .50; non-resi dent hunter's license, $25. Unlawful for any person to kill more than two. Mink, Rakcoon, Skunk and Muskrat Unlawful to kill during September and October. Squirrel Open season, fox, black and gray, from October 15th to November 30th inclusive. Unlawful to kill in publio or private prk, or in any incorporated city or village. Quail Unlawful to kill until October 15th. 1907. Partridge and Spruce Hen Open sea son, lower peninsula. October 1 5th, to November 30th, inclusive; upper penin sula. Octobe 1st. to November 30th in clusive. Unlawful to kill more than twelve in any one day. Unlawful to have more than fifty in possession at any one time. Duck, Plover, Snipe and Woodcock and any kind of waterfowl Open season from September 1st. to January 1st inclusive. Geese, Brant, Blue Bill, Canvasback, Pidgeon, Pintail, Wh.stler Spoonbill, Red Head, Butterball and Sawbill Duck may also be killed from March 15 to April 10, inclusive. Unlawful to kill more than twenty-five in any one day, or have more than seventy-five in possession at any one time. Unlawful to use any floating de vice propelled by steam.'gas, naphtha, oil. gasoline or electricity, or sail boat, or use any swi-el or punt gun, battery, sink boat or similar device. Unlawful to use gun of greater size than ten calibre. Lawful to train docs on game birds within fifteen days of the ruffed grouse season, but persons training must not carry firearms when so doing. Unlaw ful to use dogs in hunting deer. Black Bass Unlawful to take in any manner from April 1st. to and including May 20th. in each year. Unlawful to take more than fifty in any one day or have more than one hundred in possession at anv one time. Trout Open season May 1st to Sept 1st. Penalty for neglect or careless shoot ing, and killing or wounding, while in pur suit of game, or any human being, one thousand dollars fine or imprisonmant for ten years. I'eculiar llctMpearan'e. S. D.Uunyan, of Butlerviile, O., laid the peculiar disappearance of his painful symptoms, of Indigestion and biliousness, to Dr. King's New Life Pills. He says: "They are a perfect remedy, for dizziness, sour stomach, headache, constipation, etc." (Juar anteed at Connell Bros, drug store, price 25 cents. The Howard City Fair. Everything presages that this year's Howard City fair, to be held Sept. 5, 6. and 8, will be the most successful meeting yet held by the society. The Patrons of Husbandry of Montcalm, Kent, Newaygo and Mecosta counties will hold an immense picnic on the grounds Wed nesday (Grange Day) with appropriate exercises. There is a big lot of good horses entered for the races; Prof. Burley Tubbs' troupe of trained horses and rid ers will give several exhibitions on the race track every afternoon, and the at tractions in every particular will be as good or better than ever before. There will be a special train on the Pere Mar quette railroad Wednesday and Thursday evenings from Howard City to Ionia, leav ing Howard City about 7 o'clock to ac commodate visitors from these points- Half fare rates. The G. R. &, I. R. II. will run a special train both Wednesday and Thursday evenings between Howard City and Rockford. leaving Howard City about seven o'clock. Excursion rates. Michigan State Aterlcultural Society. We are in receipt of information from the State Agricultural Society that the new grounds and buildings in Detroit will be ready for the State Fair, Sept. 1 1 to 1 6. It may be recalled that the Michigan building from the St. Louis World's Fair was moyed to Detroit. This is already rebuilt. The race track is a new mile course. I here will be, in addition to comprehensive and exhaustive exhibits of every state product, entertainment in the way of races, the fall of Port Arthur by Paine's fireworks, each evening; ascen sions by Knabenshue's airship, etc. The Woodward Avenue electric cars run to the grounds. We are assured that this year's State fair will far exceed past ef forts, and everyone knows how advisable it is to spend some time in 'such a city as Detroit. The oiiginalis always the best initiation are cheap. Bee's Laxa tive Honey and Tar is the original Laxative I ough Syrup. It Is dillerent from all others It Is better from all others, because It cures all cuih and colds and leaves the system stronger than before. The letter B in red Is on every package. If von are troubled with tlizv he;iri Rt'ht. iiulii'i-st ion. mnt i n:i t inn. Hull Uter's Rocky Mountain Tea will make vou well and keep ou well. If it falls get your money kick. That's fair. .T cents Council Bros. The pijls that act as a ton'c and not as a drastic purge, are DeWitt's Lit tie Early Kisers. They cure headache constipation. billioiiMiess, jaundice. etc harly Kisers are small and easy to take and easy to act. Sold by W I. Benedict; There are two kinds of laxative-meli- clneH Celery King and the othei kiml Celery King id a tonic laxative and t luediciue that never doe anything but good. J t makes good health and good looka, 15 cents at uruggiaua. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS (OFFICIAL ) Council Chamber, Friday. Aug. 25, 8 o'clock a. m. 1905. Adjourned meeting. Council called to order by president pro tern Smith. Roll call, present. President pro tern Smith, Aid Chappie. Putnam, Stout 4, Absent Mayor Bricker, Aid. Connell, Hudson 3 Aid. Hudson takes his seat. Moved by Aid Putnam seconded by Aid Chappie that the City Treasurer be in structed to deposit with the Belding Sav ings Bank this date, in the name of the City of Belding. one half of the bond issue for water works, the remainder to be de posited with the Peoples Savings Bank in the name of the City of Belding, on the condition that each bank furnish an in demnity bond in the amount of Twenty- five thousand dollars, the expense of said bond to be paid by the city, provided that each bamk pay on daily balances at the rate of 2 1-2 per cent, which motion pre vailed. Yeas, Aid Chappie, Hudson, Put nam, Stout, president pro tern Smith 5. nays none. Moved by Aid Putnam seconded by Aid Hudson that the purchasing committee be instructed to purchase 1-2 doz iron screw braces for use in the sewer, which motion prevailed. Yeas. Aid Chappie. Hudson, Putnam, Stout, president pro tern Sm.th 5, Nays none. Moved by Aid Chappie seconded by Aid Hudson to adjourn, which motion pre vailed. Yeas, Aid Chappie, Hudson, Stout, president pro tern Smith 4. Nays. none. Council adjourned 5 o'clock p m. Wm. E. Fisher, City Clerk. Bodily pain loe itstrror If you've a bottle ot Dr. Thomas l-.dectnc OH In the house. Instant relief In cases of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents ot any sort. "I had a running itching sore on my leg. Suffered tortures. Doan's Oint meat took fcway the burnlnirand itch ing instantly and quickly effected per manent cure." C. W. Lenhart, Bowl ing Creen. O. Order of Herliitf. STATK OP MICHIGAN. County of Inula, m At a hf-slMM of the Probate Court for sal. I lotintv, held at tin 1'iol.ato oilli c, in t ti lily of loiila, on Saturday, lue I'Jlli day of 1'rrt.ent: Hon. Montgomery W ebster. Judue of Probate. In the matter of the estate of AbllaU Kith. deceased. On reading and filing the ix-titlon dulv ver.Hed of Kranlt It. Chase, administrator with the Will annexed ot uald estate praying for a license to mortgage certain real estate, belonging to said estate, and described in said petition, for the uuiort and maintain anre of the widow of said deceased, in ac cordance with the terms and provision of me lasi win ana testament or said deceased -Thereupon In U ordered, that Monday, the 2nd day of October next at 10 o'clock in thf forenoon, at said Probate Oillce. I? assigned fr hearing said petition and it Is further . ordered, that a copy ot this order be publish ed in ine neuiing nunm r a newspaper print ed and circulating in said Couutv of lonia three successive weeks, previous to said day ot hearing. MONTOOMEKV WKUMTIH. A true copy Judge of Probate. Anna P. Webster, KegUterof Probate. Order of Hearing. STaTK OF M1C1IKJAN. ( ountv of Ionia, ss. At a session of the Probate Court for said county, held at the Probate Olllce in the illy ot Ionia, on Saturday the l'Jtii day of August, A, 1 1U5. Present; Hon. Montgomery Webster, Juilge of Probate. In the. matter of the estate of Abijah Rich. Deceased. on reading aud tiling the annual accounts duly verified ot r rank ft. t.nase. administra tor with the Will atinexed of said estate. praying for the allowance of his said annu il accounts as surn administrator up to and in eluding Aug lsth, lito.Y ThereiiKn it is ordered, that Monday the '.'ud dav of ocloiier next, at iuo clock in me forenoon at said Probate Omce, be assigned for hearing said -t tioii. and II is further ordered, that a copy ot this order Ik- puiiiisii ed in the Itchlhik? li.innt-r a newsitaiier M int ed and circulating in said County of Ionia three successive weeks, previous to said day ot hearing. MuNTOOMF.KY WKHSTKM, A true copy Judge ot Probate. Anna P. Webster Kegisterof Probate. STATK CF MH'lliuAN Comity of Ionia, ss. At a session ot the Plot. ale ourt lor said county, held at the Probate Office. In the city of Ionia, on Wednesday, the '2:ird day ot August. A. l IMO'i Present: Hon Frank U. M. Davis, Circuit Judge, acting Judge ot Probate In the matter ot the estate of Aaron J. O lome. Deceased. On reading aud tiling the elltlon duly verified of sumiii Osliorne. widow of said de ceased, praving that said estate le duly pro bated pursuant to '.he estate in such case made and provided, and that administration thereof be granted to A. H. Norton or some other suitable jterson Thereuj)on It is ordered. That Monday, the J nd day of Octolwr next, atten o'clock In the forenoon, at said Probate Otllce, assigned tor hearing said k tition. and It is tuillier ordered. that a copy of this order le pub lished in the iteldiug Manner, a newspaper i.rinted and circulating in said County of Ionia three successive weeks, previous to said day of hearing. Fit a n k D M. Davis. Circuit Judge A true copy acting Judge of Probate Anna P. Webster, Kegisterof Probate. Order of Publlcutlon. STATK OF MICHIGAN, Circuit Court for the Com tv of Ionia in chancerv. Merritt K. S'iirer. Com plainant, vs Mabel It. Siiencer. Defendant. Suit landing In the Circuit Court for the County of Ionia, in Chancerv. at the city of Ionia, on the l!)th day of July. A. D. l'.o:. On motion of tho complainant's solicitor. It is ordered that the apiwarauce of said non resident defendant. Mabel It Spencer, lie entered herein within five mouths from the date of this order; und, in case of her ap-iH-arance, that she cause her answer to the Mill ot Complaint to be tiled, aud a copy there of be served on the complainant's solicitor, within twenty davs after service on her of a copy ot said Bill and notice ot this order; and in default thereof. said I. Ill will be taken as contested bv said non-resident defendant. And It is further ordered, that within twentv days the complainant cause the m tice of this order to i e published in the Mel ding Manner a newspajier printed, published and circulated in saul county, and that said publication be continued therein once in every week tor six weeks in succession, or that he cause a copy ot this order to be per sonally served on said nou. resident defend ant at least twenty das before tue time above prescribed tor t er appearance, Kkixk M. Davis. Circuit Judge, Ionia County Mich. Dwight C Sheldon ' oiupitiinaiil's Solicitor Muslnes.s address, Melding. Mich. THE IDEAL WIFE Shape3 the Destiny of Men The Influence of a Healthy Woman Cannot Be Overestimated. Early Risoro The famous little pills Seven-elffhths of the men la this world marry a woman because she is beautiful in their eyes because she has the quali ties which inspire admira tion, respect and love. There is a beauty in health which is more at tractive to men than mere regularity of feature. The influence of women glorious in the possession of perfect physical health upon men and upon the civilization of the world could never be measured. Because of them men have attained the very heights of ambition ; because of them even thrones have been established and de stroyed. What a disappointment, then, to see the fair young wife's beauty fading away before a year passes over her head ! A sickly, half-dead-and-alive woman, especially when she is the mother of a familj', is a damper to all joyous iiess in the home, aud a drag upon her husband. The cost of a wife's con stant illness is a serious lr:iin iiixin the funds of a household, and too often all the doc toring does no good. If a woman finds her energies are flagging, and that everything tires her, dark shadows appear under her eyes, her sleep is disturbed by horrible dreams; if she has backache, head aches, bearing-down pains, nervous ness, whites, irregularities, or despon dency, she should take means to build her system up at once by a tonic with specific powers, such as Lydia K. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. This great remedy for women has done more in the way of restoring health to the women of America than all other medicines put together. It is the safeguard of woman's health. Following we publish, by request, a letter from a young wife. Mrs. Bessie Ainsley of GU South 10th Street, Tacoma, Wash., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: 44 Ever since my child was born I have suf fered, as 1 hope few women ever have, with inflammation, female weakness, tiearjiiK-dow n pains, backache and wretched headaches. It atl'ected my stomach ko that I could not en loy my meals, and half my time was bpent in bed. Lydia E. Pinkhara's Veietablc 4,Lydia E. Pinkhara'a Vegetald Compound made me a well woman, and .1 feel to grate ful that I am glad to write and tell rou of my marvelous recovery. It brought m health, new life and vitality.n What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did for Mrs. Ainsley it will do for every woman who is in poor health and ailing. Its benefits begin when Its use begins. It gives strength and vigor from tha start, and surely makes sick women well and robust. Remember Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound holds the record for the greatest number of actual cures of woman s ills. This fact is attested to by the thousands of letters from gratfe ful women which are on file in th Pinkham laboratory. Merit alone caa produce such results. Women should remember that a cure for all female diseases actually exists, aud that cure is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Take no substi tute. If you have symptoms you don't understand write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.. for special advice it U free and always helpful. Compound Succeeds Where Others FaiL D LMOT E Mil Yak? The Original Laxative Couch Syrup and the Genuine Honey and Tar. An im provement over all Cough, Lung and Bronchial Remedies. Pleasant to the taste and ood alike for young and old. Prepared bv Pincule Medicine Co., Chicago, U.S.A. SOLD bSY OONNHI.L tiRO.S. no UD ddiuM WfiQD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE K. OF P., K. 0. T. M. AND W. A. LODGES. This will be better than ever; the committee has spared neither trouble or expense to make this a day long to be remembered At 1 O'clock Sharp, there will be g'iven on Main Street: Ik Startling: Slack Wire Act by Prof. J. J. Gould. Slide For Life by Prof. L. T. Goilld, aerielist, who will shoot over a 300 foot cable, suspended by his teeth. At 2 O'clocK the following' list of amusements and sports will be g'iven at Ellis Park: Profs- Canfield and VanHorn in their Famous Revolving Ladder and Double Trapeze Aets. Prof. L. T. Gould, Contortionist Aet 100 yd. Dash, free for all, 1st prize $1.00' 2nd prize 50c. 100 yd. Dash, all under i6,'lst prize 50c. Fatman's race, 200 lbs. or over, 1st prize $1. Sack race, 1st prize 75c, 2nd prize 50c. Three legged race, 1st prize $1., 2nd prize 50c Pie eating contest, kids, 1st prize 25c. Doughnut contest, kids, 1st. prize 25c. Longest run and jump, 1st prize 50c. Longest stand and jump 1st prize 50c. Tug of War, 1 box cigars. Da C O ame-A p5ked nine iF (BeHdomig sn ireeinivolle. At Five O'clock: pamidl lBaJD.'irD AsmiDini wotilh) Psiiraihy,a Will be given from the Park by Prof. V. J. Carr. The price of admission for all this will be: Gentlemen 15c. Ladies 10c. Children 5c. Grand stand 10c. There will be Music by the Band. Bring a Cushion and Stay all the Afternoon. The Factories and Business Places will all close for the day.