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FLINT RHEUMATIC CURE AT TRACTS FROM MT. CLEMENS. Fuss Hat Lade a Splendid Record In an Eceedinrjly Short Time Strong Testimonials. Flint Is becoming famous as the home city of a new cure for rheuma tlam, which has been used with such success as to attract attention all over the state. The new medicine Is called "Fuss." T. C. Millard, manufacturer of the medicine, when seen at his resi dence, 525 Harrison street, Flint Mich., admitted that the new cure had made quite a record In a short time "We have had patients come here from Mt. Clemens and other cities where they had failed to get relief he said, "and the medicine cured them Fuss goes to the root of the disease. It operates upon eve ry portion of the tody. It dissolves and eliminates the poison from the system: it Invigorates the muscle action mid limbers the stif fened Joints. It acts upon the liver and kidneys, removing from them all Irritants, restoring them to health and regularity." Among the large number of testl monials, Mr. Millard exhibited the fol lowing: Mr. Knos Kingsloy, of Flint, Mich., the well known ladies tailor, says: "I had rheumatism for several weeks, my limbs were swollen badly and I was flat on my back In bed. helpless, and could not sleep nights I started to take Fuss at noon and slept well all night. The next day I was up to my meals and the day fol lowing I walked down town. I never saw or heard of anything like Fusi. It has cured me and I gladly recom mend It to others. It Is certainly won Mr. J. C. Cole, the leading tailor of Hint, Mich., says: "I was In bed with muscular rheumatism for more than five weeks, my limbs being so sore I could not touch them. I heard about Fuss and started to take It on Friday. The following' Monday I was at my store attending to business and have been there every day since. Fuss cured me and I know It will euro oth ers." Mr. Wm. J. Schroeder, No. C50 South Tenth St., Saginaw, Mich., writes: "This may certify that I have taken Fuss for rheumatism and I believe it Is the best remedy for this disease In the market today. I have been to Mt. Clemens three times and St. Louis once within the past fifteen years, but did not receive much relief. Last October a friend told me to try Fuss. 1 have taken three bottles thU winter and I am now 100 per cent better than 2 have been for fifteen years. This new medicine Is sold by W. I. BENEDICT DRUGGIST BELDINQ. MICH BUSINESS DIRECTORY CITY OFFICERS. Maynr.:..: v. c. spiccr Treasurer ift ruswr Clerk . , Wm K. Fisher Maihl:t'.. W. W. Mitchell City Allot iit-y D. C. Sheldon Ctly Health Officer I S, Morris Ju.tlcesof the Peace frv. Sito" Aldermen First ward. W. W. Case, E. E. Hudson: Second ward. Geo. Putnam. E. C. Lloyd; Third ward, K. T. Connell: Geo. K. Stout. Supervisors First ward, F. I.. Spencer; Sec ond ward, J. T. Ansrell; Third ward, W. A. Wilder. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUKCH-Ser-Ices at lo.-ao a. ui. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath School at close of morning service. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening, kev. J. w. buEKHAN, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH -Service at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30p.m. Sabbath school at 11:45 a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Kiev, a. Skcokiv Pastor. HAPTIST CHURCH-Services at 10:30 a. to. and 7:30 . m. Sabbath scIhjoI at close of morning service. Prayer meeting on Thurs day evening. Rev. 11, N. Speak. Pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST Preaching n each Sunday at 10:30 and 7:30. Communion every Lord's Day. C E. at 6:30. S. S. at 12 m. Praver feeting Thursday evening. Rev. J. C. Mkksk, Pastor FREE METHODIST CHURCH-Pra ver and praise servlae, eleven o'clock a. in. Preach ing at 7:3o p. m Prayer meeting Friday evening. Rev. A. U. IIakti.e, Pastor. ST, JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC Services at 8:00 a. m and 10:30 a. m. alternately every Sunday morning. Rev. Fit. Zindlkk. UMO, . W1CIIOL8. DWIGHT SHELDON. NICHOLS f SHELDON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Offlce: Ovr Kuhns store, Main t Uelding, Michigan. I. S. MORRIS, 13UYS1CIAN AND SURGEON. Office rear . of W. I. lienedlct'M drug store. Hours: 9 to 11 a. m,,ato4aod7 to 8 p. m. Residence opposite of M. E. church. Telephone 1 rinys. J. C FERGUSON, 13HYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over . Kuhn's hardware. Office hours: 8 to It a. m., 1 to 3 p.m.; except Wednesday, J:30 to 8 p. m. Pension examining surgeon. New state Phone. DR. J. H. ARMSTRONGS, DENTIST. Corner reoms In the Vincent block, over Tutnstra's Store. Office bours : 8 a. m. to fl p. m. DR. Q. P. SMITH, DENTIST. Office hours 8 to 5:30. Leonard liltck, over Kuhn's hardware store, Del dlnr Mich IIKUHNU VETERINARY HOSPITAL. ALL calls promptly attended to. Slectal care given to all diseases of animals. P, J. and II, J. piumorrls, graduate veterin arians In charge. Phone 2S2 hospital; 'A3 bouse Watch For FcaosPGaAKi DIG SALE June 20 to JJune 30 For Sale or Exchange All kinds of Farms, a number of good Houses, Lots and business Chances. I can locate you in any kind of a business chance in any part of the State. Across From The Helrockton C, C CMITH Bearding House. Phene aoO IaIIlI REAL ESTATE For Sale or Exchcnge Houses and Lots at all Prices Adam Wagner Agency When buying a home. It will pay you to talk with VVntfiier before buying elsewhere. Office ver i' riedinan s.. OSTEOPATHY. J. T. HOOK, I). O. LOLLIG P. MOOK, I). O. iew Heldlnp Tilock. lidding, Mien Phone No. 194 INSURANCE 30 Old Line Companies. Fire Insurance a Specialty Adam Wagner Agency Also writes Tornado. Sick. Health and Accident Insurance. Office over Friedman's. Mutual Benefit Life InsuranceCompany of Newark, N. J, - G. E. WAGNER, Agt. Investigation costs nothing and saves regrets. Office over Friedman's. W. C. SHELDON NOTARY PUBLIC, REAL EST AT K AND INSURANCE BELDING MICHIGAN Pere Marquette Sunday, May 30, 1900. Trnlnm J.enve ilelillna am follow For Grand Rapids, Lowell, north and.... West lo:ft a. m., :.0. 8:30 I m. For Detroit and Toledo 1fl-.ll a. m . JM m. For Saginaw. Hay City and Port Huron.. : a. m.. e-22 i. m. For Howard Cltv 7 ?i . m. f !!. m For Greenville 7:21. 8:10 a. m.. 5:20, 552 p. m. For Ionia io:4 a m-. 4 A3 p. nv For Stanton Edmore and Hlg Kapids. . K:20 a. m., 3:00. p. m. II P Mnrr r i;n i.- in. J- Lkmi.kv, Agt. Are You Illf The only way to get well is by sending the medicine to the right spot. When taking medicine for the kidneys and the trouble is in the stomach, there will be never a cure. How to find out where the desease is located is by analyzing the urine. L. Vandervalk. chemist and specialist in urinalysis, is able through his modern method of testing urine to locate the dis of the human system. Bring a small bot tie of urine for diagnosis, find out where the disease is located and get well Charges are one dollar for examination. includes medicine for one week. Will visit Belding again on Saturday June 16th and following every other Sat urday. Office hours from 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. at Frank Hicks residence on Broas street 52 2w The old time method of purging the system wttn cathartics that tear. gripe, grind and break down the walls of the stomach and Intestines Is super seded by Dade's Little Liver pills They cleanse the liver, and Instead of weakening build up and strengthen the whole system. Relieve headache, bllllousness, constipation, etc. Sold by Connel Bros. Week Day Kirunlon All Day. The ladies of the Congregational church have arranged to give their annual week day excursion to Grand Rapids over the Pere Marquette Saturday June 1 6 leav ing Belding in the morning and returning in the evening. These annual excursions have proved very popular and no doubt but this one will be very generally patron ized. Round trip from Belding, 75 cents. Death from Lockjaw never follows an injury dreaded with JHucklen's Arnica Salve. Its anti septic and healing properties pre vent blood poisoning. Chas. Oswald, merchant, of Rensselaersville, N. V., writes: "It cured Seth Burch, of this place, of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw." Cures cuts, wounds, burns and sores. 25c at Con nell Bros.' drug store. Wm, Pickering Insurance Agency. Representing some of tho oldest and Most Reliable Companies In the world. 1st and 3rd Saturday Kfery Month CHICAGO STEAMERS GRAHAM &fl MUKTON LINE. Holland division: Leave Holland daily r . i c . . . . . It 9;io p. m. Leave cnicaco dativ :uu n. connections are made at Holland with the P. M. Ry. each way. Connec tions are also made at the steamboat dock, Holland, with the interurban rail way, to or from Grand Raxids and Sauz- atucic. cars leave Grand Rands. 71 Market St., at 8:00 rx m.. connecting with the Chicago steamer. Fare to or from Grand Rapids $2.00. Fare to or from Holland $1.50. Berth rates, upper, 75 cents; lower, $1.00; entire state room, $1.75. Ask vour railroad acent for" tickets reading by G. 5t M steamers. St. Joseph division: Leave St Joseph aily at 5:00 and 10:00 d. m.. Saturdavs. Leave Chicago daily at 9:30 a. m. and u:aup. m.; baturdav. at 2:00 d. m. Connections are made at St. JoseDh with the P. M. and M. C. Rys. Free transfer of baggage at Benton Harbor with the C. C. C. U St L. Ry. The right is reserved to change this schedule without notice. J. H. Graham. Pres. and Gen. Mgr., S. Morton, Sec. and Treas.. Chicazo dock, foot of Wabash, ave. Telephone, Central 2162. F. E. BODWELL At Dr. PINKUAM S OFFICE mm PROCURED AND DEFENDED. . d rmwlnif or ihfa. I . tipnt Mrr)i and trim report 'r Mea, how to (hula taUenta, trail mark eoprrtchttete , ALL COUNTRIES. ' Btuintst dirett nilk Wm$knlon fret time, mnnry mm J often the fmtrml. Pitta! and lafrtnrMMt Pnctlcs ExclMlyalr. Writ or mm to iu at ISS Blata VtlU4 ItaUa ftteat 0m. WASHINGTON, O. C. Ml 1 Nine-tenths of all American women have constipation. No need of it, when you have Iron-Ox Tablets to cure you. 60 We-Ol Taaleta a haady ahi mkmam pocket case, ti ceau at ell 4m f g, or ey Aak tr oo apodal io coat trial toxfcec. Tao Iroa-Os Hmm9 Ca DoUoM. Mka. IViW Sale and Rcommn1i1 hr llnnnHI Hrr CO YEARC V EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Oesions Copvriohts Ac Anynne tondlnf a akotf h and doonrlptlon siay sickly ucortain our opinion froe wbhr an ivontlnn ta probably atiilhl4i. Communlru- tlomrlct1rronednlUI. MaNDBOOK m Paioiua Miit fro. OMmI avonr fur aacurlne polonit. Iitltnta takn throofh Maun a Co. racolft ajwioi Noltoa, wlthovt chart a, la tbo Scientific JItnericati. A handinmaly Illafrate4 wookly. I.areatt elr iiUtloii of any ntonttae tourual. 1 riu, t a rr; r-ur nxmioa, u soia Kyaii f)wtaaiort. Jtraucb OBoo, C3S F BU Waablaatun, U. C TRUE JAPANESE COURTESY. Emperor and Ehogun, Ancient Op ponent!, Exchange Greet ings Politely. I remember, many yeare ago, a din ner at the palace a groat official din nerwhere among the guegts were many of the old leaders of rebellious, old upholders of the Shogunate; the last Shogun himself, fta"3 Mary Craw ford Fraser In the orld's Work. Prince Tokugawa, prou. , silent, grim, sat opposite to me, and ! wondered if any human emotion could show itself on that impassive face. At that mo ment the emperor raised Ma elass and Sowed in kindly smiling faihlon to his ancient opponent The face changed. was suffused for one ilh minatlng mo nent with a glow of nsnonslve Are, It seemed as if the emperor were once more thanking the Sho un for his splendidly patriotic act, when, after years of struggle, he voluntarily laid his power and his prerogatives at the emperor's feet "for the good of tho country." and as if Prince Tokucawa. looking back and looking forward fOi J .an, said to himself once more: "It was well done." You cannot Induce .1 lower animal to eat heartily when not feeling well A sick ilotf starves himself, and neti well. Thi Ktiunnrli mrp overworked must have rest the same a vour feet or eyes. You don't have to starve to rest your gtotnach. Kodol for dys pepsia takes up the work for you stomach, d'geats what you eat an rive It a rtvst. Put It hack In COI- dltion acrain. You can't feel good with a disordered stomach. 'J ry ko dol. Sold by W. I. Benedict. Denatured Alcohol. Denatured alcohol is alcohol fitted for use in mechanics and the arts, but un fitted for use as a beverage or a drug by means of the addition of other liquids that make it unpalatable and injurious to the human system. All alcohol, the product of distilled grains, is at present subject to a govern ment internal revenue tax amounting to $2.08 per gullon, at its manufacture. In most cases, dealers have to pay heavy state license fees for handling alcohol, as it is an intoxicant. The result is that notonlvthe alcohol used as a drug or beverage, but what is employed in count less other ways, comes very high to the buyer. It costs at retail about $3 a gal lon. One can see how cheap it would be were it not for the heavy tax to which it is subjected. Now there has recently passed congress x bill to strike off this tax of $2.08 a gal- ion completely from all alcohol that has been denatured, so that it is fit only for use in mechanics and the arts. This bill passed the house 222 to 7, and the sen ate passed it unanimously. The house concurred in certain amendments made by the senate, and the bill has received the president's approval and become law. Ji wide field will be opened up by the freeing of alcohol from this heavy tax. The effect will be to so cheapen it in price as to bring it within the reach of almost eryerybody for the common uses for which it is especially adapted. Prin cipal among these are lighting, heating and power uses. For lighting, one gallon of alcohol is equal to two gallons of kero sene. At .present cost of production. when freed from the tax, alcohol cculd not compete with kerosene, probably, but the expectation is that while kerosene will constantly appreciate, owing to its scare ity, alcohol will fall in price, as an immense stimulus will be given to its manufacture, for the purposes intended. Eventually it may be cheaper and better to burn alcohol for lights than kerosene. For heating, as is well known, alcohol surpasses everything else. We shall soon have alcohol cooking and heating stoves that will be the neatest, cleanest and saf est imaginable. But it is especially for power purposes that the compound will find an immediate field. The introduction of automobiles and launches, and the building of gas, naptha and gasoline engines for so many common power purposes of late has so broadened the demand for these fuels as to raise the prices to high figures. Alcohol for power will even now enter as an auxiliary fuel. when tax free, and with improvements certain to be made we may regard it as the popular motion maker of the near future. Alcohol is so easily made from such a variety of farm products that the industry promises much profit to agriculturalists. Raising the grains for denatured alcohol should widen the farmer's market. There will be no opportunity to corner the pro duct and build up colossal fortunes at the public's expense as the Standard O'l corn- parry has done. Indeed, the Standard may sooner or later find its power curbed by this new rival. It will occur to readers that making al cohol so cheap and plenty may provide an easy means for persons so disposed to se cure intoxicants, and that sobriety may suffer. Denatured alcohol is of the same nature as wood alcohol, now used freely in the mixing of paints, oils, etc , and is no more appetizing to the drinker, and no less fatal, we suppose. The process of dena turing is carefully guarded by government inspectors while the compound is being manufactured. This kind of alcohol figures largely in certain foreign countries that have been quicker than we to see the advantage of its cheap production. The comparatively small loss in revenue will never be noticed. Natural alcohol, the drug, will still be taxed as heretofore, and the cost of the compound has been so heavy that for the purposes covered bv denatured alcohol other things have been substituted, so that the field opened is almost a new one. A WomdlerM Tool The Keen Kuttcr Draw Knife is a wonderful tool in more wavs than one. The ani;le or 'hant'" of the blade H pronounced m rfection by the most extort and critical workmen. This "hang lias r. cr Ik-cm successfully imitated, leav ing the Keen Kutter Draw knife standing ;u a umqUC tool. The material and workmanshio in this tool i.H such that we have never had one returned a defective out of over loo.ooo that we h ive soli, an I I years' use hn not put one of them iu the scrap heap. While the brains, money aiM fckiU expended to make " 1 1 1 1 1 iitfs iy itii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lyiiir? J ST ZJ 1 smiL 1 rll!'l Y'i; ; mm mm Tools the best in the world, is jerhaps more conspicuous in the Keen Kutter Draw Knife than in some other tools of the line, yet we can sy that every other tool in the Keen Kutter Line is as good a tool of its kind. This line has been ; us' f r ?6 years. The only complete line of tools to receive the GRAND l'KIZiv AT Till? WORLD'S FAIR, ST. LOUIS. KmnP it tin other klwH f KtM-n K iiK r Tik.In am Axn, A'1imh. Hummer, Hutrht-ts, ChUeln, Krrt'W Imvcrti, Auui-r l"l. I'Ihim-s, mah, 1 (miU'mIhih-ik. SrytiteH. Muv Knlven, Jru Hook; JlriiHh HK)ks. Corn Knlv. Kye Him h, I n.w is, I i iiiiIiik shfHrx, Tiuitvr Siii, tSvOaaora, hlunni, Hatr ClipiMTH, Horso Hlicars, lUzora, etc., ami Knives til nil kinds. Keen Kutter Tools are for sale by all first class dealers. It will pay you to write tor a copy or our handsome uooh on neen nuner Tools It's a Book that every user of tools will find very useful am a permanent reference, IVo will mail you a copy free, Kvery Kern Kuttrr Tool I oll 'in li r till Mark ami Mot'.o: "The 'Recollection vf Quality "Remains Lom After the Piiceulttrtottci." Trade mark rej;iitrnrl. SIMMONS UARDWAKE COMPANY, SI. Louis, 11. S. 298 Broadway. New York. riROTTUNG NIAGARA FALLS JIgantic Community of Financial In terests Wiping Out World's Wonder. In World's Work, French Strother (escribes the innueneta that bearon Viagara falls anJ threaten their de duction. From this article, "Shall sMagara He Saved?" the following quo atlon is taken: "Thus we'swing the complete circle of interests that are centered around the Incident of Niag ara falls. The same interests control the railroads, the electrical supplies companies, and the power companies. nd in the midst of thl gigantic com munity of financial Interests, whose operations are already of momentum sufficient ultimately to tax the power producing capacity of Niagara, stand the falls not as a magnificent monu ment to the pride of the United States In a glory of nature, but as the 168 foot drop of 224.000 cubic feet of water oer second, transmutable into 5,000. "00 electrical horsepower for the uses )f an industrial monopoly. That we, as a people, have given our share of the necessary permission is to our -name. Hut there Is another side to the question which strikes home at lur pocketbooks, if we need such a mur to our pride. This iv. What have we, directly or indirectly, received 'n return for the franchises we have ;iven? So far as the United States government or the state of New York Is concerned, the answer is brief not one cent. The franchises were granted without price, and the companies op erate without even the meager return, exacted on the Canadian side, of $1.50 a year for each horse-power developed up to 10,000, and a sliding scale grow ing less wivh additional developments. When the babv talks, it is time to jjlve Holllster's llocky Mountain Tea. It' the greatest baby medicines known to Fovlnjr mothers. It makes them eat, sleep and prow. ,V cents Tea or Tablets. Connell Hros. I I lAOLiancu t tAn9i .AJI I I I UiKIM4rr1(HiJI;Hi) THE MASTER SPECIALISTS OF AMERICA We know the diseases and weaknesses of men like an open book. We have been curing them for 30 years. We have given our lives to it, and thousands upon thousands of men restored to Vigorous Vitality are today living monuments to the skill, knowledge and success of Drs. Kennedy & Kergan. We never hold out falso hopes, we never undertake a case we cannot cure. We have made so thorough a study of all the diseases of men of Varicocele, Stricture, Blood Poisons, Hydrocele, Nervous Debility, Paralysis, Bladder, Urinary and Kidney Diseases, General Weakness, Less of Vitality, and have cured so many thousands of cases that if there Is a cure for YOUR disease you will find it here. When wo undertake a case there is no such thing as failure. We charge nothing for consultation and our knowledge, skill and experience are at your service. We will explain to you How and Why We Can Cure You; why tho diseases of men require the knowledge and skill of Master Specialists. We do not require to experiment with your casf as we know from experience in treating thousands of cases exactly what to prescribe for your symptoms. Don't bo discouraged if you have treated without success with Quacks, Fakirs, Electric Belts.-. Fn-e Trials, etc. You must get cured and Doctors alone can cure you. Our New Method System of tuatment has stood the test for 25 years why should it fail in your case. Should your case prove Incurable you need not pay us a dollar. We refer you to any Bank in this city as to our financial standing. If you cannot call write for a Question Blank for Home Treatment. Consultation Free. Booklets sent Free. BriKENNEBTu kerot 148 SHELBY STREET, DETROIT, MICH. Local . Water-Powers. "What do you understand by a cata ract?" the new teacher of Number Two asked Willy Straw. The answer came promptly. "It's the flre-injlne down at Dalevllle Corners," he said, In breathless haste to impart his knowledfje. "But it leaks some, and it isn't half so good looking as the Torrent,' either. You just wait till parade day and you'll see, teacher!" Youth's Companion. There by Accident. Regular Customer (lifting some thing out with his spoon) What have you been putting in this clam chow der? Walter (Inspecting it) That seems to be a piece of a clam, sir. It will happen once In awhile. Chicago Tribune. What's the pood of keeping from him Any pood things you may see. That will lift his load of labor Like Rocky Mountain Tea. Connell Bros. uuu Anything to Sell? Want to Buy Anything? Want to Hire Help? LooKing for a Job? Or perliaps you have some land or a house and lot to rent or would like to exchange for other property IF SO IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRY BANNER LINERS Rfe ID CD ALL (EAMIO Saityirdlay cJJyoKe 0(5 Belding vs Greenville CITY TEAMS Greenville has an exceptionally fast team and as the locals are playing good ball this year you may expect an interesting game. (SAME AT : MOD OUADSIP