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She is and always has been in perfect health. Although educated at the convent schools, she knows nothing, nominally, of drawing or art in any form. Yet when In an hyp notic trance Frauletn Smltch paints Ue Wost ravishing pictures. Con nolsseurs pronounce many of these to be masterpieces. Some months ago a doctor In (Jeneva, wishing to make some hyp notic experiments, desired some sub jects, in particular, he wanted a healthy and robust country maid, one with the simple, unlearned mind of the peasant. And In this way Jo hanna Smltch became one of his sub jects. He questioned the girl about her knowledge of things and found her greatest Ignorance lay along the lines of art. The girl had never re ceived drawing lessons, she had never sf-en any real paintings except the lew that adorned the walls of her village church or the whitewashed walls of the convent. And, moreover, she was color blind. She could not distinguish clearly between blue and reen and violet, or place any of the sladcs of red. As far as .being a hypnotic subject vas concerned, the doctor speedily 'mnd she was an excellent one. He mt her under the Influence and com manded her to draw a picture, one of those In her village church. Quickly i nd almost perfectly she drew a head )t the Madonna. The doctor provided .or with a box of water colors, and rdered her to color the drawing. This she did most excellently and cor ectly. Several artists were present at the text experiment, and so interested She Handled the Palette as If to the Manner Born. were they that they furnished all the requisite materials for an oil paint ing, and also sent copies of a few noted paintings to the doctor's cham bers. Under the hypnotic influence Frau lein Smltch was ordered to paint a large picture, which Included many figures. She handled the palette and nixed the colors as If to the manner born. First she sketched In on the canvas the skeletons of the figures, and then 'applied her brushes. She worked with marvelous rapid ity and tirelessly for a couple of "lours. Next day she continued where she had left off, and In less than a week the painting was finished. It was excellent In detail, coloring, and technique. The artists marveled: so did the doctor. The experiments have bpen going m Regularly since. Frauleln Smltch has painted some score of pictures, nostly sacred subjects. She has tried In her normal condition to draw and paint, and although offered large pe "tinfary rewards, cannot do anything at all. So remarkable Is her case that medical experts Interested In hvn- notlsm hatfe been Invited from sev eral countries to make a special study of It. Hires Men to Eat Sweepings. Itorlin. An American named Stuf-, fens has been sentenced to prison for five days, and an order has. been Is-' sued expelling him, after he serves his term, forever from the Orand Duchyi of Iladen. He had acquired a home there, Intending to make Heidelberg his permanent re'sldence. In various ways he had astounded the townspeo ple with his eccentricities, but his cul minating exploit was giving a "din ner" of street sweepings 1o two la borers, whom he Induced to eat the offensive stuff by paying one revert dollars and the other $12. He wad arretted Immediately. SUBSCRIBE FOR THEj BANNER fl ITCHING, R S?iC4GLEEDINGo ij PROTRUDING I We guarantee to either cure or refund ihe mom y to uny Mifferer from Itching, Hletdlnx or Protruding t'llea who faith-' fully and properly uses Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment Rev. T. U. Roberts of 10.1 Marshall St. Syracuse, N. Y., says; "For nine veura I uttered from ttcM'.'K an! protruding piles which were o bud. that they iieoesMtuied my absonie frotu prcfeotiu'. duties. I u'd nurafi'oiit rcujKHe and underwent one opera tion wtthour reltef. but by lining" Dr. A. V Chad's Ointiuent I um. now permanently cured." toe a. box. All dt-alers or Dr. A. W. Chas Medicine Co.. buffalo, N. Y. CAUSED MEN TO LAUGH. Out Women Saw No Reason for Lev ity in Ruined Headgear.. Men's sense of humor Is peculiar. Ior example, every man In the vicin ity of ltroadway and Spring street chuckled gleefully the other day over an accident that reduced the women present to a state of tears. A small, one-horse wagon loaded with packing "ases was run Into by a heavy truck. The small wagon was hit so hard that .several of the cases were jolted off and broken open, scattering the con tents over the street. The demolished merchandise consisted of women's headgear. There were felt and. vel vet hats,, feathers, flowers and rib bon. Most of the hats were bent and erushed Into even more rediculous shapes than had been designed by the milliner, and the feathers and flowers vere crushed. That was what tickled ihe men. "Women's hats, by George!" ex flalmed a strapping young fellow who carried two suit cases. "Somebody's lnery has gone to smash, and some Moor devil of a man has escaped pay ng a tremendous bill." At that exhibition of alleged wit ;very other man of high or low de rree laughed uproariously, and con Inued to laugh until the wreckage tad been scraped up and the littlt omedy of the streets was played out. -New York Tress. HOW'S YOUR KIDNEYS? Have you tried Dr. W. Derby's Pure Kidnky Pills to And out? If not give them a trial. They are absolutely pure, contain no opiate and are guaranteed under the Pun Food and Drugs Act of June 30 1906. No 3393. 60 pills, 10 days' treatment, 2; cents. Your druggist Svlls thorn or sent by mail prepaid on r ( t ij of price. Derby Mcdic;n O -pany, Eaton Rapids, Michigan. Cured in less than four weeks. Those who have had experience with this stubborn disease can hardly believe at first that Wonderful Dream Salve can and does cure Eczema. There is no doubt about the matter whatever. 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If it fails, your druggist will refund your money. Isn't that fair enough? Keep it in your home for Chilblains, Chapped hands, Piles, Cuts, Burns, Frost-bites, lJoils and Sores of any kind. You will never use anything else. 25c a box at your druggist or mailed pre paid direct. Hrritefor Frre Sample anJ Dream Book containing 300 Dreams and their meaning. 4 WONDERFUL DREAM SALVE CO.. Detroit, Mich. 'i!LLS s U3T 6-5-4 Is so thin that It cannot fill the mesh. 6-5-4 hns chemical properties thai dissolve rust as water does salt. If your dealer ha en'' it T. Trunk Ireland Co has GO YEARS EXPERIENCE am Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. An rone apnrttn a lttrh and ?fMrtpMrn mat Qnlokly Mrertniii rcr iiiunti free whef Iitr an Invention la rohnt.r !'. 'funnitinlra- tlons strict I foritl,lri ilcl. MANrPOft on Patents sent free. OM.t ni'fm t fyf ni'inrmn patent. Patents taken tdrouirh AIiiilU A to. receive tptrUU notice, wit hout charge, fii the Scientific Jliiicrican. A ? andnomelf tllmtrnf M weeklv. T.nrirpst tr. rn'.atlon of any aoitmtlUo Journal. Tcrnm, fu a VfMtrt fonr month. SI. M..llvll n..i1n.lai. KUNN ft (to," Hew York ! ID ECZEMA 1 rM CO QuOiT PLAYERS USE CHICKENS FOR SPIKES FARM Ens TELL OF BRUTAL GAME RECENTLY PLAYED IN NEW JERSEY. Verona. N. J. Farmers who arrived lu'io (hi oilier day from the vicinity of Jacksonville, told of a brutal p.ame of quoits that was played by two resi dents of that section. Henry Holland recently became the champion quoit thrower of Jacksonville, when he beat all comers In a tournament. The stakes In the tournament were a half dozen fine pullets. A few days later Charley Gesriile drove Into the village on his way to Montclalr with u load of produce. In a box strapped underneath his wagon were two dozen chickens he was tak ing to market. When 0 jsrotc drcrv up MX SIB Finally Holland Made a "Ringer." at Wallace's corner to water his horses he was told of Henry Holland's rfAill as a quoit pitcher. "Tell you what I'll do." said Ges rote, "I'll stake my chickens against those you won, and we'll not only pitch for them, but we'll pitch at iheni." (Jesrote explained that the chickens were to be burled to their necks In the soft soil near the roadway and were to serve in place of the Iron s;lkes that are ordinarily used In the game. Each man picked one of the fat test of the other's chickens, and for the opening throw of the game the chickens were buried 30 feet apart. The rules were that every time one of the qunit pik'lK'rs put a "ringer" over a chicken he was to get the fowl. About four inches of head and neck of the chickens showed above ground. The frightened chickens struggled to escaj -1 and dodged the Iron rings as they were thrown at them. Finally Holland made a "ringer" and then threw another quoit,' which rico cheting, cut-the, head off a chicken, (lesivte won the match with six "ring ers" and took all the chickens. ACTRESS THRASHES BARDER. Female Barytone Visits Vengeance on the Head of Bold Admirei. Eos Angeles. Cal.Mlss Dolline Cole, advertised as the "famous fe male barytone" -and recently appear ing at a theater here, beat into a state of limpness one Joseph Lawrence, a barber, employed on Main street. Then Miss Cole concluded by throw ing at Lawrence nearly all the cold cream and hair tonic in the shop. Miss Cole," whose homo name Is Mis. li(;beit Warwick, was walking on Main street 4o see a booking agent. She was accosted, she says, by Law rence. She ignored him. A woman of M4ss Cole's acquaint ance told her that Lawrence had been making disparaging remarks about her. Miss Cole called at the shop and nskd Lawrence: "Are you not the person who a few days ag Invited me to go out and have a good time with you?" Lawrence gave the visitor a smile and word of assurance that she was conect. x "Take that!" said Miss Cole, and she hil him on the nose with her doubled fist. Then she struck him two more blows. Ghost Play Causes Death. Ashland, Ky.jr-Frlghtened by her sister, who was wrapped In a sheet and playing ghost, Clara Osgood leaped from a second s'ory window at her home near Keedvilie and was inr.tantly killed, her neck being brok t n )v the fall. Tho girls had had an argument about fchost. and Clara stoutly main tained that no apparition could flight on her. She offered to bet her sister i uew silk petticoat to that effect. Waiting till Clara apparently had for gotten about the Incident, the elder sister wrapped a sheet about her and entered Clara's sleeping room late tho other night, uttering weird moans, Clara suddenly awoke, and, rushing to the window leaped headlong through to tho ground below. The sister, An nie Osgood, Is prostrated with grief. America Has Few Statues. According to a recent book of refer ence, Washington has 7S public stat ues, New York 7, lioston Sf, Phila delphia .')'!. and Chicago possibly 20. It Is said that the' total number of public Etatues In the country at large Is r:)S. It Is not stated whether these figures refer solely to portrait statues, but presumably they do, for American titles have few Ideal statues and still fewer fountains. The Hamier. for Auction Bills h til 0000X0O00OX Rapid, change, of temperature are herd on, the toughest constitution. - The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platform the canvasser spending an hour or so in a heated building and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold. Scott's Emutsion strengthens the s btfdy so that it .can better withstand the cp danger of cold from changes of temperature It will help you to avoid taking cold. ? ALL DRUGGISTS. 60c. AND $t.OO. jljj STATK OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the Count v of Ionia. At st-sslon of said Court, held at the Pro bate Ottlre in the Citvot Ionia In aid fount v on the thirteenth dav ot November. A. D 1U07. " . Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge cf Predate. In the Matter ot the Kstate of NICHOLAS WKKNKK. Deceased. Krank K. Chase. Administrator with the will annexed of nald estate, having tiled in said court hi llnal administration account, an-i his etitlon prating for he allowance thereof and for the asivnmentand dlstribi -tion of the Residue of saivl estate, to and among the jx-rsons entitled thereto. If Is rdered. ttiat the sixteenth day of December, A. I. PJ07 at ten o'cUk-Ic in the forenoon at said Probate ortlce. be and is hereby a; pointed for xaminingand allowing said account and hearing said petition. It is Further Ordered That puMic rotice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this' rder. for thre. successive weeks previ ous to said dav of hearing, in the Itelding Manner, a newspaper printed and circulated in said County. Montgomery Webster, A true Copy Judge of Probate. Anna P Webster. Kegister of Probate. STATKOP MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Ionia. At a session of said Court, held at the Pro late ortlce in the Cltv of Ionia in said County, on the eleventh dav ot November, A. D. 1907, Presert: lion Montgomery Webster, .mdne of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of IIAKUV V.N DOK1N. deceased. Corn Pus P.- VanDorin. brother of said de ceased, havlrii' tiled in said court his jtetltion praying that the administration of said es tate in Michigan fce granted to Hodnev H. tilenson. as ncillary Administrator, dr to some oiner suitable ierson. It Is ordered. That the ninth dav of neceniner. A. 11. 1007. at ten o clock in the torenoon at said prolate oTce. ie and inhere bv aMxniited for hcartne said ietttion: It is Further t ordered. That public notice thereof be given bv publication of a copv of this order for three successive weeks nrevi- o'is to said day of hearing, in the Helding nanuer. a newspajwr pi luted ana circulated in saia county. Montgomery Webster. A true copy. Judge of Predate. Anna . Wkhstkk. Register of Probate. 23-4 CoiiitiilsHlonetB 011 Clalruf STATE OF MICHIGAN." TheProbate Court for the r.-)untv of Ionia In the matter of the estate ' of 1 eter ."sielK-1. eleceased. Having been appointed commissioner" te receive, examine and adjust all claims and demand', of all persems against aald deceast-d. we elo h rebv give notice that four months fnun the third day of October. A. ivvi .vere allowed iv said court feir cred- Hors to pn set t their claims to us for exam 1 nation and adjustment, and that we will meet .11 the Ptepies Js.ivIprs Hank In Meld ing, in said rountv, eu tne 3rd dav e f Decern Per. A. P.. If 07. and on the 3rd dav of "e i ruary. A. D. 190M. at one o'clock in the aiu-riioexi id each of said eiavs for lhepi:r' pose ot examining and adlustlng said claims Dated, Oc toiler I. A D. i907 F. H. LAPHAM. L. U UiSON, . Is 4 w 1 enniiiissloners. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICK tate 1 v michioAn. the Probate Court for iru" couiiiy e i lonia. jn incmaiteroi the I'st.lt.' 0! I l".ili lh Arrlu ilxrxiv.il Having lieen apisinted commissioners to receive, exan 1 ne and adjust all claims and demand - et art iiersons arainst said deceased we an nereov give nonce mat lour months 1 1 iii nit- 1 v eiuy-innin day 01 August, a, u K. .7. were allowed by said court for credi- furs !n lircsrilt thrlr rblm. tn na for ..irsm 1natl 11 and adlustment. and that we wl!l meet at " illis F. Hricktr's ttere on South side of Main street in the city of Helding, In said county. n the 2'Jth day of October. A. ;. ll)i7. ami em the 30th day of December. A. D. l!'7. at ten o'cloc k in ihe forenoon of each ot said eiavs tor the p'-rjosc of exam inii g and al justing said claims. Dated September 24th A. 1). 1907. w ILI.ls a. l.ITLK WILLIS F MHIC'KER C-ommissioncrs STATE OF MICHIOAN, The Probate Court for the Count v eif Iemia. M a session of said Curt. held at the Pro- bale oi!;ce inthe Cltv of lotila In said County. on the e ighth dy of October. A. D. PJo7. I're se iu; Hem. Montgomery Webster, Judge ir 1-1 (o.iie lu the Matter of the Estate of s It.H E. MENKDbn'. Peccacd. William. I Wilson, administrator of aid es'ate. haviriif tiled In said court his final ad u iiiistraiitni account, and his lelltion prav iiii; fer the allowance thereeif and lor the as -'ti inent and distrlbutbm of the residue of s.ild e sta e. It is Ordered. That the fourth dav f November. A. D. 1907. at ten o'clock In 1 he fot eiioeni. at sa'd predate o't cr. lie and it lie eb appo nte.l for examining and allow. .rm s.tui ai count and bearing said etltion; It is 1 urther ordered. That public notice tt ereeif he given by publication ef a copy of tl is 1 rele". for three successive week1 irev- oustoKaid oay of hearing, in the Helding Manner, a newspaper printed and circulated in said rejunty. M ntoo.m iht VVkhstr. a true citpv. Judge ot iTobate. Anna P. Webster. Register of Probate. CHifiHESTER'S PILLS HIAMOMtl HtttMII pim . V:.? ' - iKntiwini, niwiyi KfUW. SOLD BY DftLGGISTS EVERYWHFRE KSLLthe COUGH AND CURE the LUHCO WITH O FOR 8 PIHC15 OLDS Trial Botae Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TT.0UCLE8. GUARANTEED OATIOFACTOIiY, OR MONEY HEPTJIJDED. IT..1 -xu. Jrnr reir'at i xa IMIU In H4 snd U.I4 H4siikV !',?t'-r,'e', hlu. KiUnin. V lr. Iy .f T..r V it- s ; 71 BUSINESS DIRECTORY '11 I city off ice na. vtaycr rreasurer Jlerk Marshal City Attorney City Health Officer.... .. Willi F Hrlcker .William F. ,-ar.dell ... K. Kay Edward ,.. W. W. Mitch- 11 .... D. C. bheldt 11 I.S. Morrl. fuMicenof tt,c ioeoVgeW. MoulO;; ldermen First ward. W. W. Case, K K. Hudson: Second ward. Oeo Craw toi d ; K. C. Lloyd: Third ward, T. Connell Altert H. hull. Supervisor a First ward, F. L. Spencer; Sec i nt ward. J. t. Angel): Third ward, Bar ncy C Curtis. CHUFCnes. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ser rices at 10:30 a. m. and 7:SO p. m. Sabbath School at close of morning service. Prater meeting on Thursday evening. Itir. i. O. iKalei Pastor. a CONGREGATION A L CHURCH Services 4 10:30 a. in. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath sch it 1 1 :4b a. tn. Praye r meeting on Thursd 1 evening. Rev. N. J. Mteh. Pastor. UAPTIST CHURCH Services at 10:30 a ai. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school atcunPu morning service. Prayer meeting ohTr ol day evening. Rev. C E. Maxfilj.o et, s CHURCH OF CHRIST Preaching n eaca -uuday at lo:3o and 7:30. Communion .-very Lord's Day. C. . at 6:30. 8. S. At 12 m. Praver feetlng Thursday evening. Rev. O. w. Winter. Pastor FREE METHODIS'I CHURCH Prayer an 1 rathe serviae, eleven o'clock a. m. Preac ng at 7:30 p. m Prayer meeting Fridi evening. Rev. l. Flktcheb. Pa nor. HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL MISSION -Morning praver and sermon lu Woodman Hall at 0;3ua. m. Sunday. J. A. Hayn'. on. Prlei-t In Charge ST, JOSEPH S 1 vTHcjliC Services at S:tX) a. m and 10:30 a. lu. alternately every Sundav tnornimr. Kkv. Fu. Zinolsh. LATTER DAY SAINTS North Jide. H'll lard Adaition. come r of Eaerand Moulton street Sunday s nu'l at 10:30. social meet ing at II :30 a. 111. reaching at 7:30 p.m. Prayer n evtlng t oi.e sdav evening at 7:3u. Everybody wetccnie. A. N. Bill, Pastor EC. B. N!Cnor DWIOHTB SELDOM. NICHOLS t SHELDON, ATTORNEYS AT LA W-Offlce:-Over Kuhnt o't . Mu'i t.. Meiding, MlcLlgaa. JAMES E. FERGUSON. M. D. "Trye, Kar. Nose and Throa t, and Fit "tiny of lilacs liours 8 to 10. 1 to 7 to 8 Phonet.:ofHce No. 1, residence No. 4t. C. J. H. AKMSTRONQ, DENTIST. C'eri.er rectus In the Vlneea OlooU, over Tu ntra . Store. OClca 'ours: 8 s. in. to 0 d. ro. OK. O. P. SMITH, DENTIST. Office hours 8 to 5:30. Leonard Block, over Kuhu's hardware store. I linr Mleb OSTEOPATHY. J. T. liOOK. O. O. LOLL1B K. HOOK, D. O. .Vew Helding Block. Belding, Mien Phone No. 194 Dr. B. J. Fit zm orris VETERNARY SURGEON and DENTIST Citizens' 'Phone I Residence 203-3 Citizens t none j Uwplu, 2t)3.2 All calls promptly attended INSURANCE 30 ,d l ,re Companies. Fire Insurance a 5pcclalty Adam Wagner & Son Also writes Tornsdo. SU. Health sod . Accident Inmrsnee OfUcc-Corner Main and Hrldgv Streets. Mutual Benefit Life IiisurniiC9 Company of Newark, N. J, (i. E. WAG INI; R, ARt. 'nvestlgstion cottn rothinf and saves regret omce-Oe.rtier MVin and Bridge Street Lauron I. Myers Professional Decorator, Card and Air Brush Artist. Card work done on short notice Phon 218 DtJdlng Pere Marquette Trains leave Helding as Follows: For Orand Ksplds Lowell, north and.... West 10 16 a m., 3 00. 8:10 pw m. lr Detroit ard Toledo.. B 4i. 10 S8 a. m.. 4 M tv m For Saginaw, Hay City and Port Huron.. 8 30 a. m., 6:28 p. tn For Howard ntjr 7:21 a, m.. s.ISd. m Forureenvllle 7 W. 8 a. ni. 8 (Hi MR, e 28 i0:15p, tn. For Ionia.. e:ii. 10 38 . m.. 4:68 p. m. Fur Stanton. Edtnore and Ulg Rapids. .. -5?0 a. m.. 6 28 p. tu U. V.MCiKllll dm f. A.. J Lbmijiy. Art.