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The Kind that Carries Conviction to every Heldlnn lteuder. Conviction must follow uch em phattc proof a is given lure. The tc8timon of Uelding Tt-slilcnts shouUl satlbfy the moat skeptical. Here is u Lidding case Head it and see if doubt can exist in the face of this evidence. John Gephart. of Front St., says: "1 had kidney complaint for 5 or ti years accompanied by backache of the ev erest kind and sharp darting pains through the kidneys, often I have been eo that 1 could scarcely tfet up or down from a chair. At night it was painful to turner move and in the morning could hardly drag my self out of bed. The secretions were dark and unnatural in color and scalded. They acted too frequent of ten causing me to get up five or six times during the night. I was io a terrible bad shape all last spring ami medicines of various kinds failed to gj"e me relief. Finally 1 saw Doan's Kidney PilU advertised and got a Ih. at Connell Bros, drug store. 1 had taken only about six dose when 1 noticed the pain In mv back disap pearing. I continued the treatment a few days longer when the bachache ceased and the other difficulties -corrected. Doan's Kidney INlls are with out a doubt the best remedy I ever Used." For Male qy nil Prater. l'rlr-SO rent FOSTKK-MILIIUIIX CO., IIUFFA1.0, N. Y.. Hole Agent for the United Mute. R member the nam-.Doan's.tiike no sun Itute All Kinds of Pumps Repaired When ' in need of repairs on pumps, windmills or any kind of wells, give us a call. Satis faction guar anteed. Can, save You Money on Pipe. L. E. Brown Chadw.ck, Michigan Are you looking for some kind of power that you can use in your barn today, down in the woods tomorrow, over in your neighbors' woods next day? Something that costs nothing until started and all-expense stops the Instant the power stops? An engine that always goes no matter what the weather conditions may be? If so, let us tell you more about Ideal engines, which are guaranteed for one year, and sent out to responsible farmers on a 10 days' trial. We make a specialty of a 5 H. P. engine that is adapted to farm use. It costs but little more for gaso line to pump water with this engine than it does with a smaller one. which is of no practical use except for pump ing. This engine will grind feed, buzz wood and do any work requiring power on the farm. Ideal engine will be on exhibition at the Fairs this fall. Maud S Wind Mill H Pump Co., Laosinrf, Mich. Lc Roy Potato Harvester Manufactured under the MReuthern patents. BEST TWO HORSE POTATO HARVESTER ON EARTH. Guaranteed t Rive iatisfactlon nndr all condition. Combines many essential features not round in any other Harvester. Manufactured by The K"y Flow Co , I Roy, N. Y., Makers of the famous LE BUY l'LOWS. For sale by E. E. JENKS, Belding. m PBOD Easy to take and easy to act is that famous little pill Dcwitt Little Early Risers. This is due to the fact that they tonic the liver in stead of purging it. They never gripe nor sicken, not even the most delicate lady, and yet they are so certain in results that no one who uses them is jl disappointed, iney euro luim iivcit II constipation, biliousness, jaundice, J. i.-J T-1 . I J 11 . II headache, malar a and ward oil pneu ii II monia and fevers. II MlrARID ONLY Y II n. C. D.WITT A CO.. CHICAQO $ Don't Forget tho Name. TOR BALE BY W I. BENIDIOT. ' V 1 4Mw a v Ear y mtisers lodol Dyspepsia Guro DlgotU what you cat. 'ROUND ABOUT US. ' Weekly Grist of Newsy Items Reported by Oar SpecUl Correspondents, UKATTAN. M U Maude Spencer of Heldlng is vlsltir.tr h. r uncle Dr. G. M. "Spencer and family. The Uite lonj; rain will not help the blighted potatoes. Mrs. M. A. Letter has a light at tack of hay fever and is paining fine with (irand Rapids friends, better place for her than Petoskey. The young people of Ashley church vicinity were in (Irand Rapid Sept. 2, with the II. V. I'. U. There will be a Jlag nodal at the residence of Chas. Godfrey, Friday evening, Kept. l.", for the benefit of the,IJ. Y. I. L of Holding. llemeuiber the excursion to Grand Rapids on Saturday of this week. Train leaves at 8 a, m. Hound trip 7." cents. George Whitten. wife and sons vis ited Grand Rapids relatives Sept. 2 and .'I, W. Dawson and wife returned with them to visit Grattan friends. The Rev Weaver pastor of Ashley ehurch expected to bapti.e live young ladies in l'ond'n lake Sunday, which no doubt was carried out. While we-tnUsi-d this interesting home work we attended the Feakin Memorial M. E. church, saw Hev. II. F. Brady baptize ix persons, giving the right hand of fellowship to a class of 2 . In the evening we heard a soul inspiring ser mon from this gifted young minister, supposed his farewell address after tour years of richly bkssed labors fn this church. He left Tut day for the Charlotte M. E. conference. The annual summer meeting of the Grattan Silver Greys held at the Grange hall Aug 30, was best of all md most largely attended. Three long tables were tilled with every thing heart could wih for in the spacious dining room, one being as signed to those, present over 70 years )f age, but strange to say one would not do. Afier till had feasted a short program was carried out. Mrs. O. I. Watkins read the memorial resolu tions on the death of a former mem ber here, La gee Fish of IJ.-iding. The otlicers wne all re-elected. Hev. and Mis. Weaver and daughter Nellie sang a beautiful piece, being recalled and gave another. Among those from a distance giving old memories was the Hev. Gray, with this people some 12 or !." years ago, when he claimed a Grattan bride. There were many re turning for the day whose early stepe were with ours, tho near by places being well represented. Hefore the farewells were said, all joined in singing "Dlest be the tie that Binds.'" Our winter meeting i- at the Grange hill the second Wednesday in Febru iry, 1 !KJ. Remember the excursion to Grand Rapid- on Saturday of this week. Train leaves Heluing at 8 a. tn. 75c rounVl trip. Miss Leona Philips who visited the first of the week with her parents, re turned to Grand Rapids Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ho.-s were Grand Rapids visitors Thursday. Mrs. S. Benedict is improving the looksofhcrresidencu with a coat ol paint. Mrs. Powers of Belding has moved into the Jos. Kammer house. Mrs J. L. Morse and daughter vis ited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Crane, of Greenville, Saturday and Sunday. She was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. F. Fea and Utile daughter of Gratiot ,.CoM who will visit friends here for a part of the week. Mrs. Sage of Grand Rapids and a niece and husband of Nebraska, vis ited with the former's sister, Mrs. Ed Pnilips Wednesday. Mrs. If. II. Gooding of Belding vis ited with Mrs. McCotter the latter part of the week. School begun Monday morning with Mrs. Kinsman as principal teacher and Miss Mary Kohn' as primary teacher. Tuesday evening a nuraler of the neighbors and friends of Mrs. S. C. Snyder gathered at her home to re mind her that it was her 4th blitb diy. The surprise was complete. A bountiful supper was served and the company presented Mrs. Snyder with $LW) and wished her many more pleasant birthdays. Beatrice and Don Fisk entertained II of their little, friends Saturday afternoon. Everything is in the name when It comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C DeWitt S: Co. of Chicago, discovered some years ago how to make salve from Witch Hazel that Is a specific for piles, for blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles, eczema, cut. burns, bruises and all skin diseases DeWitt's Salve has no equal. Thli has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits. Ask for DeWitt's-the VKUUKNNES STATION. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Rice (nee I?r Huckleberry) and children of Gow- an. visited ner sister, wrs r ranc Vanderbrock recently. ; Chris Blosser shipped four tons' of cheese to Detroit recently. Perry Purdy and wife spent several days in Grattan Center last week. Remember the excursion to Grand Rapids on Saturday of, this week. Train leaves Belding at 8 a. m. 75c round trip, . - ' Mrs. Joe Richmaniof Lowell visited her sister, Mrs Jay Frost, .last week Friday. Mrs. Hannah Culver of Grand Rap ids is visiting at Dorus Church's. The dance at the Grange hall last Friday night did not materialize on account of the rain. John Hapeman came near choking to death one day last week but for the timely assistance of Henry Keech. Richard McGee met with qitfte an accident. He started for Lowell on the cars and they started up before he got seated throwing him against the window severing an artery in his wrist. Mr. and Mrs. Holly of Grattan township, called on friends here one day last week. There will be an election of officers in the Sabbath school next Sunday. Every one come. Rev. E. Guy, of Coldwater, visited his father-in-law, Stephen Rennells, last week and held divine services at the church Sunday. Wm. Harrington and Orval Ander son were in Grand Rapids last Satur day. Orla Weeks sold his ponies to Chris Klump In Lowell last week. People from Belding and Grand Rapids are boarding at H. D. Weeks and enjoying the pleasures of the Murray Lake resort. Mrs. Wm. Miller fell down the grist mill stairs and injured an arm and In p. The Moseley school house has a new belfry made, Ralph Ford Is doing the arpenter work on their new im provements. Norma Church Is attending school at Lowell. HON A LI). The school house In the Hall district has received a new coat of paint and otherwise repaired. Miss Blanche Reynolds began the fall term of school there this month. M. Clifford lost a horse last week. Era Cheney visited his relatives in Stanton Monday. Miss Bessie Pifflnger of Osbkosh, Wis. arrived Thursday for an extend ed visit with her aunt Mrs, Clarence Easterbrooks and family. Guy Rail and family were visitors at Mr. Barnards In Berlin Sunday. Miss Laura Smith is visiting her sister Mrs. Norton at Smyrna this week. Guy Hoppough's two children are quite sick at this writing. A Cold Settled. In Ilia Kidney. A. J. Jennesse, 9201 Butler St., Chi-, airn. writes: "I am a switchman nd am out in all kinds of weather. took a cold which settled In mv kid neys and I was in bad shape. I tried several advertised remedies with no benefit, until I was recommended to try Foley's Kidney Cure. Two-thirds of a bottle cured me." W. I. Bene diet. The Better Way The tissues of the throat are inflamed and irritated; you cough, and there is more irnta tion more coughing. You take a cough mixture and it eases the irritation for a while. You take SCOTT'S EMULSION md it cures the cold. That's wliat is necessary. It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation ; cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation ; builds up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back to their natural strength. That's how Scott's Emulsion deals with a sore throat, a cough, a cold, or bronchitis. WE'LL SENO YOU A SAMPLE FREE. CPATT C D AT.mR 40t reurt tri CANNON SIlURU. School opened Tuesday," Roy Brink principal and Miss Mae Lawyer pri mary teacher. v George Judson has gone to Big Rap ids to attend the Ferris school. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ilartwell wtre visitors at Wm. Elklns' of Rockford last week. Mrs. Vena Armstrong and brother Carl Ilartwell have gone to Marshall to visit a brother. Remember the excursion to Grand Rapids Saturday Sept. 9th. Train leaves Belding at 8 a. m. Round trip 75 cents. Hon. Frank Ladner, wife and daugh. ter are spending the week In White Cloud. Rev. Geo. Hancock of E&st Lake, Manistee, was called to officiate at the marriage of Crawford Young aid Miss Cathie Spring of Silver Lake, which took place at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Abner Spring, Wednesday, Aug. 30. Mrs. Wesley Ilartwell has returned to Grand Rapids with her daughter, Mrs. Horace Smith. The body of Mrs. Eliza Derbe who was buried In Cannon cemetery 1873 has been exhumed and the remains laid beside those of her husband in Cedar Springs. SMYRNA. Jonn Purdy vlslted'at R. B. Davis' near Moseley Sunday. Dr. Tralick and wife of Greenville were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Penton Monday. The rascal that did the stealing at Elgin Condon's was bound over to the November term of the circuit court. Mrs. Amos Russell is recovering from her recent illness. The sad news of the death of Mrs. Clarence Johnson, received here Saturday, was a shock to the com munlty and the L O. T. M. lose their chaplin and a worthy member. Ellis Bignell of Palo who has been visiting relatives here returned home Monday. Mrs. Chas. Richmond returned home Friday from Fallasburg where she visited a sister. Miss Rosina Bignell commenced her school in Keene Monday. Mark Hoppoueh was In Grand Rap ids Monday. Remember the excursion to Grand Rapids on Saturday of this week. Train leaves Belding at 8 a. m. 75 cU for round trip, Miss Marie Ackley of Grand Rapid? yislted friends in Smyrna part of this week. Geo. Hoppoufrh and familv have moved back to Smyrna, no place like home sweet home. F. R. Chase was on the sick list the first of the week. BARTON VILLE. Miss Gertrude Patch returned to her home In Ionia last Monday after spending a week with her cousin, Cora Douglas. Misses Chloea Douglas and' Luclr Richmond spent last Wednesday with Maud Allchln. School commenced In the Button district last Tuesday with Glen Tow er as teacher. Mrs. Peter Kohn is afflicted with hay fever. George Kelloggspent last Thursday in Grand Rapids. Miss Chloea Douglas returned to Belding last Monday to resume her dressmaking work. Geo. White and wife returned to their home in Lowell last Saturday. J. L. Snyder spent the latter part of last week In Grand Rapids and Rockford. Mark Swain was home last week from his work at Mr. Lawrence's in Oakfleld. Remember the excursion to Grand Rapids on Saturday of this week. Train leaves Belding at 8 a. m. 75c round trip. A. J. Gardner of Grand Rapids is assisting his father, Sidney Gardner, with his work. Mrs. Belle Sparks and two chlleren returned to their home last Monday after spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Seymour Purdy, Like Finding Money. Finding health is like finding money so think those who are sick. When yo have a cough, cold, sore throat, or rhpst irritation, better act oromntlv like W. C.Barber of Sandy Level, va., He says: "I had a terrible chest trouble, caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs; but alter finding no relief in other remedies. I was cured by Dr. Klne's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, Great est sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world. At Connell Bros, drug store; 50 cents and 11.00; guaranteed Trial bottle free. Backache is neyer known to those persons who take an occasional dose of Pineules. ibe value of the resin obtained from the Pine tree has long been recognized in the treatment of diseases of the bladder and kidneys One dose of Pineules will give relief and one bottle will cure. Sold by SIENCER MILL. E. Rothwell has a new roof and porch on his house. George Farce and family again oc cupy the W, Riley house. The L A. society will meet with Mrs. Enos Westbrook, Sept 8. Remember the excursion to Grand Rapids on Saturday of this week. Train leaves Belding at 8 a. m. 7.rc round trip. School began last Monday wild Miss Maggie Ottabacher teacher. About 25 young people met at the home of Charley Wolfe Aug. . to remind him that It'waa his 18th birth day. Ice cream and cake were serv ed and a good time enjoyed by all. Henry Moran.bas bought the A. W. VanDyke farm. Mr. and Mrs Tbos. Westbrook have gone to Battle Creek to visit their children. Mrs. O P. McClurc has returned from Owosso where she has been to visit her children. Mrs. Edna Potter Is visiting friends In Battle Creek. ' . DiDhtheria. sore throat, croup. In stant relief, permanent cure. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric uu. At any urug store. AVON-KEENK. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zahm, Aug. 27, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abbott of Grand Rapids are vJsiting relatives in this vicinity. Miss Bloomer of Ionia, has been en gaged to teach at the Tasker district. John Brown took his Poland China hogs to the Ionia fair last week and received two first and four second premiums. Erastus Hull and wise have moved out to their farm to look after their peachcrop. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter of Ionia visit ed Mrs. Emily Batson Saturday and Sunday. Remember the excursion to Grand Rapids on Saturday of this week. Train leayes Belding at 8 a. tn. 7Cc round trip. Floyd Sparks Is attending schcol at Saranac. Are You Engaged Engaged people Bhould remember4 that after marriage many quarrels can be Javoided by keeping their di gestions in good condition with bclcc- tric Bitters, a. A. Brown oi liennctts vil!e,S C, says: "For years my wife suffered Intensely from . dyspepsia, complicated with a torpid liver, until she lost her strength and vigor, and became a mere wreck of her former self. Then she tried Electric Bittters which helped her at once, and finally made her entirely well. She is now trong and healthy. Connell Bros. druggists, sells and guarantees them, at 50c a bottle. It is easy to relieve a cough or cure a cold after a copious evacutlon of the bowels. Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Is the Original Laxa tive Cough Syrup. It acts on the bowels expels all cold from the sys tem, and cures coughs by removing the cause. This remedy clears the phlegm and strengthens the mucous membranes of the throat, chest, lungs and bronchial tubes. The hon ey bee and the red clover blossom is on every bottle of Kennedy's Laxa tive Iloncy and Tar, the Original Laxative Cough Syrup. W. I. Bene dict. You can apply ManZan iaside, right where the pain is. It is put up in col lapsible tubes with nozz'e attachment for introducing it. ManZan stops pain Instantly and cures all kind of blind, bleeding, Itcnlng and protrud ing piles. Sold by Connell Bros. Stop I Don't take Imitation celery tens when you ask for Celery King, a ineIi tlne of sreat value. The "teiw" nro lrged upon you because they are bought ;heap. Never Jeopardize your health lu Daa cause. Celery Kins only oonta 2o jenta and it never disappoints Free Amusements. The celebrated Adgtc and her wonderful trained lions. The most thrilling performance ever wit nessed. Other attractions of a marvelous nature. FREE Wst Rflichigan -State 'Fair? GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN Sept. 18-19-202122, 1905. Premiums for Agricultural Exhibits. $25,000 Cash Prizes. Horses, Cattle, Swine, Poultry. Highest is utt eraa Want All HUDSON . NORTH SIDE GROCER. o You See ' Th Ik; is only si'vi ii wars old, yet he is wearing" glasses. J lis parents are- wise, for when he complain ed one lay of pains in his eves, he was brought direct ly to me. J had a pair of lenses made for him and now hevis not tin least bothered with his eyes and studies all day without inconvenience And the hea'nty of it is that after awhile he will be able to discard the glasses altogether, as they will mala: his eyesso much stronger. A Timely Earning Nothing is more common than for defective sight of children to be regarded as obstinacy, and the existance of a visual defect seems to be the last thing" that ever sugge-sts itself to the mind of teacher or parent. An eminent educator says: 'kT have long since learned to look upon obstinacy, and stupid children as mainly artilical productions. There is something pitiful in the manner in which children are not unfre- quentlv punished for unavoidable but perfect!' remed ial defects. I hold that these apparently bad traitsof character should lead to inquiry, especially among par ents and teachers, as to whether the child can SEE perfectly. A, a. BEDFORD IOK1A, MICHIGAN.' far? -v ? - H'd'tr : ; . ':r:&:& ReiiroaJ Rale, Reduced rates on r.U 5 railroads of o;ic 'fare to f i r ; . I , .1 o " ?"-., for nil iiifr rmation, Pearl St., Grand Rapids, Mich. Wonderful Exhibits of Manufactured Goo!s. EInc Purniturc, Boots and Sliocs, Concrete wot!;, etc. Actual manufactur ing fiohu on with latest machinery in Alain Hull. Prices For d EggS r You Have '! ass i 1 I Trollinjt Pacing and I Runnin-Unccs everyday. j iNo c.lra charge for i i 4 admission to the RacLjfJ r 5c S. J. WEBER. Secretary, M VcaxX Strati Woiasa's Dupartment. Tine Baking and Pre serves. Art Needlework and Tapestries. Special prizes In cash. genuine. Sold by W. I. Benedict. kJWUll Mp UVJ VI 111, Arvr Vrk connell uros.