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Newspaper daddies aro funny, I think. Mlue'u oue, lie's funniest at breakfast, only it isn't breakfast, Vjiuso It's lunch, and that's another funny thtng nbout it. "Where's 'sinornln's paper?" he asks mamma tho first thing when he comes duwustalrs. And tbeu when she looks vort of childishly at him ''cause he's a little gruff h hurries, up and says, "GockI morning, everybody," Just as though he felt kind-a 'shamed of him self. And then ho won't talk when he gets his old paper. He Just sticks his noso Into it and looks at ono page after an other Just as fast as ho can, and then ho begins all over again and does It slower and keeps still for qulto awhile. Then mamma and I wait for an ex plosion. "IJits!" ho says. "They couldn't spell cat right." Then he goes chasing from ono pago to another as fast as ever ho can, talk ing to himself, and when he's got real mud he shouts at mamma: "They buried it! See. They buried it back there way back there, of course, and it's the best story in the pa perl" Then mamma says, quiet, like a calm after a storm, "Come, dear, your cof feo '11 get cold." But lie's more like a boar than a dear, und ho doesn't come,- but ho keeps on growling at the old paper. I guess he finally gets tired of himself, too, and then ho Jumps up, throws the papr on the chair and tries to dodge mamma's funny smile. ' Mamma's awfully patient, I think, and Fhe never gets mad, but Just smiles and smiles at daddy when begets cross at things. Sometimes she asks him why he wants to keep on being a news paper man if it's so awful. One time he auswered and said it was because if he kept on working sixteen hours a day maybe the office would soino time giro him as much us tho stereotyper p'ta for working eight hours a day. Mamma said that was sarcasm. I guess he thinks sarcasm must bo a good thing for the otlice, 'cause he most always talks that wuy about It Hut newspaper daddies aren't always crcs. Sometimes mine hurries down Ftairs a whole lot earlier, and then when ho grabs the paper ho smiles all over nnd shouts at mamma: ' "Seo that story ? That's a clean scoop, nnd u bully one! That's worth living for! And, say, won't the fellows on the old Bugle feel sore, though! "I tell you," ho says theu, "one day like that Is worth a bicycle of Cathay," whatever that is. And then mamma looks at me and smiles, 'cause we both think he's fun ny sometimes. Des Moines (la.) Reg ister. A Great Lawyer's Method. - Writing of "Civilian Leaders of the Confederacy" in the Louisville Courier Journal, John Goode says of Juduu T. Benjamin: "Tho first time 1 met him we dis cussed the practice of law, und In the course of the conversation he asked me what we considered a good feo in ray part of the country, to which 1 replied that avc considered $500 a very respect able fW He smiled and said: "When I practiced law in New Orleans if a man employed me 1 charged him a re tainer. If he came about tho office much I charged him a reminder, when I had done some work in tho case I charged him a refresher, and when it vas all over I charged him a finisher." Test For Hydrochloric Acid. A curious mishap gave us u very del Late test for hydrochloric acid In tho atmosphere. In a north of England locality many houses have curtains of tho cream color produced by metanll yellow, popularly known as "dolly" cream dyo and to science as "the so dium salt of meta-amldo-benzino sul phonic acld-azo-dlphenyl-amluc." Some of these cream colored curtains sud denly changed to heliotrope. Investi gation showed that an accidental es cape of hydrochloric acid from a neigh boring alkali plant had discolored the Curtains, nnd the dye became a most useful test. An Episode In Court. "You are ehargod with snatching a woman's pocketbook." "I know it, Judgp. But I wouldn't do such a thing, hungry and broke as I am." "Toe conscientious, I suppose?" "No. I don't pretend that But why should I snatch a woman's pocket book? What would I want with n cou ple of car tickets, a powder rag, a piece of chewing gum and n dressmak er's nddress?" Once more a shrewd criminal over shot his mark. Ills familiarity with tho contents convicted him. Washing ton Star. Why He Was 8uspicious. "Thero is something suspicious about that," remarked the young man named Brown os he hung up tho telephone re ceiver. "Alout what?" "Why, I Just called up the home of a jrlrl who-has 'led me to bellevo that I tu tho""Tfrann favorite and that thero are no others ou her list Sho wasn't t home, so the, party who answered the ring suld, but it gave me a Jar when he added, ..'Sliall.T tell her you called, Mr. Whiter "-New York Tress. Beyond ,the Earth. "Bllgglns thinks he knows more than anjli'hly else on. earth." "You state It mildly." nnswered Mlsa Cayenne. "Since the assertion" that Mars is Inhabited he goes further than that" Washington Star. Be as pleasant In your own homo you are In your neighbors' . Get Auction-Bills at this Office f COSTLY MATTRESSES. The Kind That Are Used on the Dig Plate Glass Wagons. Probably ubout as costly a sort of mattress as any Is one that is made not to sleep on at all, but to spread on the long, broad table or platform of the wagons built for carrying plate glass. - These mattresses, which are made of curled hair, are very thin, scarcely thicker than a comfortable, and must bo made with tho greatest care to In sure perfect uniformity of thickness. A lump anywhere would be likely to break the plate of glass resting upon It, and thero would be still greater danger If the weight of two plates of glass was rested on the lump at once. A mattress for a plate glass wagon costs, according to size, from $00 to $75. In use the corners of smaller plates carried on it cut into the tick ing covering, and soonecor later it has to te made over. Simply to make over such a mattress costs from $20 to $25. On the table topped and mattress covered glass wagons fho biggest plates are carried with confidence and Hafety. The tablo is built to remain absolutely rigid, and the thin but uni form mattress protects the plate from Jar Before plate glass store fronts had como into common use, when the han dling, of a big plate was counted as a good deai more of a Job than it ia now, they used to carry a great pane of glass in a sort of frame, which was put on the wagon with the glass in it At its destination this frame or sup port was worked carefully across the sidewalk to tho store front, where the glass was dislodged from It to be set, and altogether the setting of a great plate of glass was then qulto an un dertaking. Now, with the setting of such plates a common dally occurrence and with men skilled in the handling of them, they simply carry a big plate out and lay It on their mattress covered table topped wagon and carry It to where it is to go and there slide It off, to rest it for a moment on blocks on tho side walk, and then they pick it up and carry it to the window front Then they run under the lower edge of the glass lifting straps, by whlcb men standing inside the window as well as men standing outside can lift on It when the glass is put Into place In the window frame. There again It la raised on blocks until the straps .can be withdrawn, and then the blocks are taken out and the glass secured In place, all this being done with great care, but still with comparative case and quickness nnd with certainty, and In these times great panes of glass aro thus moved and set on all but the windiest days. Cleveland Tlain Dealer. DOG INTELLIGENCE. The Clever "Malamutes" That Carry the Mails In Alaska. The Eskimo begins to train his dog for sledge work before it is a month old. One of tho most interesting fea tures of Eskimo villages are puppies tied to the pole of a tent They pull on tho roio with all their puppy strength in tho effort to break away and Join in the frolics of their elders. Not until a dog bred for mall service is one year old is It put In training for tho trail. It leglns by runulng ten miles with the team; then it is dropped out. Next day it runs tho same dis tance. Gradually the distance is in creased until it reaches Its "fifteenth month of life, when it becomes part of tho regular service. The life of a mall dog Is from three to four years. No greater punishment can bo inflicted than to lay a dog off from service When unruly they are often threat ened with a lay-off; and with almost human Intelligence they seem to un derstand the disgrace it implies in the ej'es of their fellow workers on the trail. -A11 fight to Ik? leaders. A con stant spur to on unambitious dog Is tho "outsider," who will quickly take away the leadership not only In the mall service, but in teams maintained chiefly for tho pleasure of tho sport The intelligence of the malamute is re markable, its scent wonderful, its in stinct, as a rule, unerring. Some dogs are better trail followers than others, as some are better lead ers. In a blizzard the lest of them lose tho trail, but invariably find It. When on the trail they never eat but once a day, then at tho end of a Jour ney. After feeding, like weary chil dren, they fall asleep and are never quarrelsome. It takes on an average twenty pounds of food a day for a team of eleven dogs on a hard route. Llda Hose McCabe In St Nicholas. Navy Is Never Done. A navy, like a railroad, is never done. There never comes tho grateful moment when the work can le said to bo finished and the sole task left to bo discharged Is that of operation. As tho roadbed, track, equipment of a rail road must be constantly maintained and improved, so if there is to be any navy at "all equipment must be. con stantly Improved and brought up to date, even under the policy of "re placement and repair." Boston Tran script Royal Crowns. Royal crowns have tended to become lighter. Thus, one made in the middle ages weighed over seven pounds, that of Ocorgo IV. weighed five and one half pounds, whllo Queen Victoria's crown, containing the great ruby which belonged to the Black Prince, weighed three and one-quarter pounds. A Godd Talker. 'They say ker conversational pow ers are immense. "Is that so? "Yes, sir. Tfiey tell me that girl once talked clear through Taralfal Louisville Courier-Journal. Sec Us for Printed Stationery SEA AND LAND. The Way They Meet and Clash and Finally Harmonize. In :The Wonderful Adventures of Nils," translated from tho Swedish of Selraa Lagcrlof by Velma Swauston Howard, is tho followlug pretty de scription of how sea and land meet: You seo that sea and laud can meet in many different ways. In many places the land comes down toward the sea with fiat, tufted meadows, and the sea meets tho land with flying sand, which piles up in mounds and I rifts. It nppenrs as though they both disliked each other so much that they only wished to show tho poorest they possessed. But it can also happen that when tho land comes toward the sea It raises a wall of hills In front of it, as though the sea were something dangerous. When the land does this, the sea cornea up to It with fiery wrath and beats and roars and lashes against tho rocks and looks as If it would tear the land hill to pieces. But in Bleklnge it is altogether differ ent when sea nnd land meet Thero the land breaks itself up Into points and Islands and islets, and the sea di vides itself into fiords and bays and sounds, and it Is perhaps this which makes It look as If they must meet In happiness and harmony. Think now first and foremost of the seal Far out It lies desolate and emp ty and big and has nothing else to do but to roll ItSL gray billows. When It comes toward the land it happens across the first obstacle. This it imme diately overpowers, tears away every thing green und makes it as gray as Itself. Then it meets still another obstacle. With this it does the same thing. And still another yes, th same thing happens to this also. It Is stripped and plundered as If It had fallen Into roblrs' hands. Then the obstacles come nearer and nearer to gether, and then the sea must under stand that the land sends toward It her littlest children In order to move It to pity. It also becomes more friendly the farther in it comes, rolls its waves less high, moderates Its storms, lets the green things. stay in cracks and crevices, separates Itself into small sounds and Inlets and lecomes at last so harmless in the land that little boats dare venture out upon it. It cer tainly cannot recognize itself, so mild and friendly has it grown. ONE TOUCH OF NATURE. A Display of Courtesy "In Memory ot Old Virginia." All the seats were taken In the car which I entered one morning in early April. An old colored man sat next tho door. It Is not often In these days that I see that type of black man. I used to see that kind on the old Virginia plan tation, where he was "Ung LIge" or "Ung Sambo" to all the household. Ills days were devoted to useful toil and his evenings to his banjo and tho old plantation melodies that no one can ever sing again as musically as they were sung then. "Take this seat, mlstls," he said, ris ing promptly. "Mlstls" sounded very "homey" and pleasant to me. It had been, so long since I was "mlstls" to anybody. "Thank you, uncle," said I. "Keep your seat I would Just as lief stand." "Scuse me, please, mlstls, but 'taln't fltten fcr you ter stan'; you raus' set," he admonished respectfully. I took the seat, thanking him for his courtesy. Soon a departing passenger left a vacancy. "There Is a scat for you," 1 said to the old man. "Between the ladles, ma'am 7' no hesitated. "Yes," I said. He bowed apologetically to right and left and took tho vacant place. Just before leaving the car I slipped a sil ver pleco into his hand, saying, "Un cle, get you a nice luncheon with this In memory of old Virginia." "Thank you, my mlstls," he said, opening his hand to look at the little gift and then closing It I left the car with a sunnier feeling In my heart bo cause of the chance meeting, but with no thought that I should ever again hear of my old Virginian. That afternoon I received a bunch of arbutus which had been left for mo by an old colored man "fcr the tall lady with a long blue coat an' white hair in memory of olo Virginia an dem old time days." LIpplncott's Magazine. A Distinction Without a Difference. Five-year-old' Deborah had been in vited to take luncheon at a restaurant with Miss K. "Do you like cocoa?" she was asked. . When the answer was "Yes," the bevcrago was duly brought but re mained untasted. At last Miss K. said, "Why don't you drink your cocoa, Deborah, when you raid you wanted It?" "I didn't say I wanted it," replied tho child politely. ! only said that 1 liked ft" Woman's Home Companion. Naturally. Towne Sleep well? Stobbs Like a top never lose a Mnk. "Great Scott! What do you taker An alarm clock to my room and then set the alarm for half an hour after I go to bed. As soon as It rings I naturally roll over and go to sleep I" rick-Me-Up. Helping Him Out. Borrows I say, old roan, I wish you would help me out today." Busyman Haven't time to do It my self, but I'll call the porter. John, open the door and help tho gentleman out Chicago News. The lest lightning rod for your pro tectlon, says Ralph Waldo Emerson, fa your own spine." Yes, wc do JOB PRINTING Rickets. , . O Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones are not forming rapidly enough. Lack of nourishment is the cause. Scoffs Emulsion nourishes baby's entire system. Stimulates and makes bone. Exactly what baby needs. ALL DRUGGISTS 1 CO.. AND SIM Women Not In Demand. Mr. Arnold Shanklln, Just returned from Panama, says that men who go to Panama seem to think a wife ono of tho first necessities, but generally thoy are provided with sweethearts, who cither como to them properly chaperoned or they go back to tho states for them. Tho government builds nice six-room houses for the married men, and there is a very pleasant social set being formed. He did not seem to agreo with Miss Helen Varlck Boswell that old maids or bach elor girls are wanted there, tho Infer ence being that tho right sort of men aro either married or about to bo when they go to Panama. "Seasick" In Skyscrapers. Aftor tho flerco galo accompanying last week's blizzard many occupants of top-story offices in tall skyscrapers complained of nausea, says the New York Press. No wonder. Such struc tures sway considerably, and tho sen sation produced Is not unlike that ex perienced In an earthquake. Then sickness at tho stomach affects thou sands. Let us stylo this earthquake feeling mal de seism, and tho Inclina tion to give up all tho luxuries of tho season on the top of tho lofty build ings mal de scraper. In Danger. "Bobby will develop Into a Joke writer if he is not squelched," said Bobby's father, with the gleeful expres sion which always accompanies a my child story. "We havo been discussing tho south's going dry pretty frequent ly lately, and that may account for his choice of subject At table last night ho said: 'Papa, why is a postage stamp not a prohibitionist?' 'Give it up, son. 'Because,' said my kid, 'it sticks to its licker.' Not bad for a ten-year-old, was it?" Was Too Sincere. "Yes, ma'am," said the convict, Tm hero Jlst for tryln to flatter a rich man." "The idea!" exclaimed tho prison visitor. "Yes, ma'am; I Jlst tried to imitate his signature on a check." Scenting a Novelty. "My word!" exclaimed the first Brit ish gent, "It's queer the way Bruteley beats 'is wife." COMM1SSIONKKS ON CLAIMS si TAT K OP M1CI1KJAN. TliK I'HOBATR COI'HT KMll Til K COCTNTY OF IONIA In the m.itu r of the estate of Tessora A Having U t ii appointed commissioners to receive, examine ami adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased we do hercbv iMve notice that four months from the eithth day of May, A. D. 190M, were allowed ly Raid court for creditors to present their claims to us for exami nation and adlustment. and that we will meet at the livery office of O. k Webster. IUidinc. in said county, on the eighth dav of Julv. A. I) I'.Mis, ami on the eighth day of September. A 1 1'Joh, at ten oYlock In the forenoon of each of said davs. lor the pur iiose ofi xainininir and adjusting said claims. Dated, Helilinn. Mich. May 12, A. 1. lltos. Oscar O. Webster Lester J Klmberly Commissioners- Commissioners on Claim STATE OF MICHIGAN The Probate Court for the County of Ionia In the matter of the estate ,of Louis L. Holmes, deceased. j Having been apointed commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased, we do hereby give' notice that four months from the fourth iay of Mar. A. I. 190H, were allowed by said court for cred itors to present their claims to us for exam ination and adjustment, and that w will meet at the Peoples Savings Hank In the city of Heliling. county of Ionia, on the 3rd day ofJi.lv, A.D. luos. and on the 4th day of September. A.D 1D0M, r.t ten o'clinrk in the forenoon of each of said days, for the pur Immc of examining and adjusting said claims. Dated, Melding, Mich., May 4, A. D, lUOC. J. T ANtl ELI E. R. SPENCER, 49 4 w Commissioners. sJTAtk ok MKUUOAN. The Probate Court for the County of Ionia. At a session of said Court, held at the Pro bate om e I nthe City of Ionia, In said County, on the fifth day of May, A. D. 190M. ij Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of HENRY FA HER, Deceased. 'Joseph Mreimayer. having Hied in said court his annual account as administrator with the will annexed of said estate, and his isHitton praying for the allowance thereof. It i Ordered, that Monday the 1 day of June A. D. I9tH. at ten o'click In the forenoon, at said probate oftce, U and 1 hereby apjMlnt ed for examining and allowing said account It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this enter, for three successive weeks previ ous to said day of hearing. In the lleldlng nanner, a newspaper pnnieu ana circulated In said county. Montuom kky WtnsTrn, A true copy. Judge of Probate. Anna P. Webster. . . Register of Probate STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the Cminty of Ionia At a session ot said Court held at the pro bate office in the City of Ionia, in said I'-oiint.. oh the thirtieth day of April, A. D. Iuoh. l 'resent: non. Montgomery W ebster, Judge of probate. In the Matter of the Estate of PETEK SEIMKL, Deceased Frank R. Chase, administrator of said es tate, having tiled In said court his petition, praying for license to sell at' private sale, the Interest of said estate In certain real es tate therein described, for the purpose of distributing the proceeds of such sale among the iersons entitled thereto. It Is Ordered. That the first day of June. A. D. 1VM1H. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate oftlec; le and Is hereby apixjint ed for hearing ald in tliion. and that all jer. sons Interested in said estate apjiear before said court, at -nald tlm and Mace, to show cause why a license to sell the Interest of said estate In said real estate should not be granted ; It Is Further Ordered, That public sotlce thereof Ik: given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks tirevl- ous to said day of hearing. In the lleldlng nanner. a nr sj.nvr pnnieti ana circulated in said county Mulf TGOM ERT Wkiistkr. A true copy. Judge ot Probate. Amsa p. Wkustkh, Register ot ProVatC. 43-4 O O , O o 41 ! BUSINESS DIRECTORY CITY OMOCRB. Mayor Willis F. Ilrlcker Treasurer William F. Sar.dell Clerk W. S. Kddy Marshal W. W. Mltchill City Attorney ..D. C. Sheldi n City Health Officer &...I.S. Morris Justice, of the Peace jffJJ. $fti Aldermen First ward, J. W. Scott, K K. Hudson; Second ward. Geo. Crawford; (Jen. l'utman Third ward, VV. It. Mcnkee; Albert 11. Hull. Supervisors First ward, F. L. Sjiencer; Sec ond ward. J. T. Angell; Third ward, Har ney C. Curtis. CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Ser rices at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath School at close of morning service. Prayer neetinfron Thursday evening. Kiv. U. C. "kaig. Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Services a 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. SaWbath schoo it 11:45 a. m. Irayer meeting on Thumda rvenlu. Rkv.'N. J, Myehh, Pastor. IlAPTIST CtlTJRCII Services at 10:3Oa. ix. and 7:30 p. in. Sabbath school at cunl'u norning service. Prayer meeting ohTr"ol lay evening. Kkv. C. E. Maxkikm et, CHURCH OF CHRIST Preaching n each Sunday at 10:30 and 7:30. Communion rvery Lord's Day. 0. E. at 6:30. S. S. at 12 m. Praver Meeting Thursday evening ttev. O. W. NVintkk. Pastor FREE METHODIST CHURCH Prayer and raise serviae, eleven o'clock a. m. Preach ng at 7:30 p. m Prayer meeting Friday venlng. Rav. L. Flktchku, Pastor. HOLY TUINITY EPISCOPAL MISSION Mornlng praver and sermon in Woodman Hail at i0;30a. m. Sunday. Evening service at 7:30 p.m. J. A.ISaynton. Priest la Charge ST, JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC Services at 1:00 a. m and 10:30 a. m. alternately every Sunday morning. Ktv. Fk. Zinulkk. LATTER DAY SAINTS North Side. Mil lard Addition, corner of Eager and Moulton street Sunday school at lO:30, social meet ing at 11:30 a, m.. preaching at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Everybody welcome. A. N. Hill Pastor Fred I. Warner With DwightC. Sheldon Alfred Locke ATTORNEYS AT LAW-OflJc: Over Tuln stra Hardware Main St. Helding. Mich. JAMES E. FERGUSON, M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throa t. and Fit tinp of glasses. Hours 8 to 10. 1 to .', 7 to 8 Phones: ofllce No. 1, residence No. 46. DR. J. H. ARMSTRONG, DENTIST. Cmer rooms In the Vincent block; over Tutnstra Store. Office aours : 8 a. m. to fj p. m. DR. Q. F. SMITH. DENTIST. Office hours 8 to 6 :30. Leonard Block, over Kuan's hardware store, liel line Mlcb OSTEOPATHY. J. T. HOOK. D. O. LOLL1B K. HOOK, D. O. New Beldlncr Block, Belding, Mich Phone No. 194 Dr. 13. J. Fitzmoriis VETERNARY SURGEON and DENTIST ritl'ens' 'Phone J K'dence 203-3 Ctll.ens tnonej,10f.1)ltal All calls promptly attended INSURANCE 30 Old Line Companies. Fire Insurance a 5pccialty Adam Wagner & Son Also writes Tornado. Sick. Health and Accident Insurance. Office-Corner Main and Uridge Streets. 'Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark, N. J. G. E. WAGNER, Act. Investigation costs nothing and saves regrets Office-Corner Main and Uridge Streets E. E. SLYE & CO. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE We sell everything on Earth; Auctioneering a Siecialty Silver Graff Block . . N ... , Both Phones lOnia, AAlCn Lauron I. Myers Professional Decorator, Card and Air Brush Artist. Card work done on bhort notice Phone 218 Gelding Miller-Harris Furniture Company FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Special attention given to the proper hand lingof every Funeral detail Day phone 3j0 Night 71 2r. Holding. Mich. Pere Marquette Trains leave Heldlng as Follows: For Grand Rapids, Lowell, north and.... West lOMia. m 30.8:10 P- m For Detroit and Toledo 10:3 a. re.. 4JS2 p. m For Saginaw, Hay City and Port Huron-. - 8:20 a. no, :5f p. m For Howard City 753 a. tn., 6.23 p. m ForOreenvtlle 7;3. 8: a. m. 8:O0 5:l.S 6 2r. m For Ionia 10:.W a. m-, 4 A3 p. m For Stanton. Edmore and Big Rapids. . 8 30 a. rn.. C:28 p. ra II. P. MQKLLER. Geo. Pas. Agt J Lemi.it. Agt - Latson on Walking. Dr. Latflon nays: "A correct walk la the rarest accomplishment I can) think of. Handsome faces aro rarr pood figures are much more rare; as to gait and carriage, out of 500 shall find SO or 40 handsome fac and perhaps a dozen good figures. certainly In that number wo atpl rarely find more than one or two r pit who walk properly.