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ifcs A HARD STRUGGLE Many a IleldlulsT Ciilzeu" FiliTtlie Struicfl Hurd With a back constantly achlnpr With distressing urinary disorders, Dally existence, is but a strulc -No need to keeptt up. Doan's Kidney rills will cure you. Heldlng people endorse this claim: Mrs. Charles Honson, living on Al derman street. Heldintf, Mich., saya: "One year apo Mr. Honson was In a terrible condition with kidney trou ble. His back ached badly and there were severe pains over the kidney regions. It was hard for him to bend, stoop or lift and when he caught cold It settled in his kidneys. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills advertised and hearing them o highly "spoV err" of bf reputable citizens of Belding, he pro cured a box at the Connell Brothers' drug store. He was surprised at their quick and etlicicnt work, for when he had finished this one box the trouble had entirely left him. He feels very grateful to Doan's Kidney I'ills." For Sale by all Dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York. Sole Agents for the United States. - v Remember the name Doan's Northern Navigation Go Tours of the great lakes aud Georgian Kay "A Freshwater Sea Voyage" For Sault St. Marie .Port Arthur and Fort William ' v y Steamers leaves Sarnla, Ont. 3:30 p. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Friday Steamer going through to Duluth. 1500 miles of lake travel. THAT GEORGIAN BAY TRIP . Includes Mackinac Island," nt1t- Ste. Mar1 Manitoulln lslnd and all the 30.000 Islands, lteached bv no other steamers. Fishing, ramping, canoeing. Most romattc scenery healthful climate and excellent Bteamer ervlce. Tickets from all Railway Agents. , ForJlter. ature and Information address: C. II. Nicholson, Traffic Manager, Sarnla. Ont. MONEY TO LOAN ....BY THE.... Deldlng Building add Loan Association Te those who wish to build a house or pay of your mortgage; or in buying a home already built on easy terma of monthly Install ments. For particulars call at their office. There la nothing better In Beldlng for InveBtmont than stock In thef Bel1 ding Building and Loan. Stock of which, Scries No, iarowopeutiall. A. WAGNER, Sec'y. IDLENESS Is usually not Profitable Idle Funds Deposited in Sandell's Bank Become a source of profit ' ilea alexaM)eu, pres. CHICAGO, UMNO IS. CAPTItL 30035o7TTW?aED Prompt and liberal claim Jmimn ah -hmv made Continental Policies jMpuJac Policies orfjoailiw protection f all risks at lowest prices rv FRED MORGAN, Agt., Balding. The New Catnloa of lyon fc Ifely l'lanus This handsome book, which Is just Ka Kroat irltpa Illustration and net prices of'tbe four new design of T.-nn At TTmS 1 " 1l DVtfT ht Ili.lflOS "that are creating such a stir In musical circles. , ' ' "' . It oilers proofs for every claim made and It differs from other piano cata logs in many other ways. The Lyon Ilealy Flano leads all others as the popular homo piano of America. It is preferred by good judges of tone 1 k n lrntr-hpripd nurchas- tliu aisu tjj " ' era who realize that should they ever want to sell their piano again they could more easily sell a Lyon & Ilealy Drop a postal for this catalog to - - r traiv' 77 Adartis street. Chi uyuu i j i ( IgO. liHICHESTER'S PILLS TTV l l.k ,l)raMU A at IIAMII Hit AM l'II.L. f ' m.m k.rr.n fwt. StfMt. Alwrl RetlaM 'ROUND ABOUT US. Weekly Grist of Newsy Items Reported by ' Oar Special Correspondents, OltATTAN, The German Medicine Co. is haying a show at the Center. Regular meeting of Venus Chapter O: W. SJuly 18, W Leslie Eldred of Remus was a vis itor at Harley Wellqr'B July 12. Mrs. FredXHUam oLGrand Ledge Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. A. Lessl- ter, and other relatives. V . t . i Vi t . Miss E. Wheelock of Saranac and Mrs. Randall of Berlin visited Mrs. H. Uart and mother last .week. The Rev. and Mrs. H. Kills aie vis iting his mother -near Detroit and will also attend the wedding of his brother.. Miss Mattle Reynolds of Evans has returned home, after a happy visit with her sister, Mrs. George Lyons. Mis MaCle Wilson visited "her brother and family of North Spencer. Her niece, Miss Verda WlUon, re turning .with her. fpr a, visit. Grand Rapids excursion Saturday, July 2o. See first page notice for time and rates. Vred Matlce and wife-have returned to their Grand Rapids home, his moth er, Mrs. S. Matlce'' going with them for a 6hort stay. Mrs. Klttie Engle and sons are mak ing a two weeks' visit with Grand Rapids relatives v The Ashley church L. A. S. hold an Ice cream social with Mrs. C. Beards- lee July 22 evening. , Ladles please remember cake. All'Invlted; ' The Ashley "social held with Mrs. Eggleston and the M. E. church La dies' Aid with Mrs. J. Norton, both Julv 10, were well attended. Totii" White of v California visited his brother. Jack White, at J. A. Lessltet's and will visit other rela tives before returning borne. Mr. C. M. Slayton's many friends are pleased to learn that the Is im proving and can now converse with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Whito were made the happy parents of a 9 lb. boy July 9. Grover Sears, who has been a suffer er some time, is now very weak and low from Bright' disease. Patrick Keating, the oldest pioneer In Grattan, passed away July 10, after having a stroke of eenilo paralysis July 9. Ilis'age is given from 98 to 108 years and his strength when old age came on was remarkable. Six grown up sons and one daughter sur vive this aged father and are an ex ceptionally model family, theit equal n every way being hard to find, and they have tenderly cared for their lately very feeble father. Dr. Litle of Beldlng was called when Mr. Keat ing suddenly grew worse, but he was beyond medical aid. Funeral services were held. July 13 at the Grattan Catholic church, the Rev. Fr. Byrne, who has long cared for the spiritual needs of the family, officiating, and Mr. HakxTof "Lowell was the 'under taker chosen. The attendance of sympathizing friends was large. -Delav In commencing treatment for a slight irregularity that could have been cured uulcklv bv Folev's Kidnev Remedy mav result in a seri ous kidney disease. Foley's Kidney Remedy builds up the worn out tissues and strengthens these organs Com mence taking it today. Sold by Wort ley & French " w KEENE CKNTKIt ' 'Mrs. Emerson. Holmes and sister, Miss Hilda Lewln of Milwaukee, are yisiting their aunt, Mrs, Elizabeth Daniel, "and other relatives In Keene and Otlsco. t Grand Rapldsexcurslon Saturday, July 2o, See first page notice for time and .rates. Mrs. B. F. Wilkinson returned July 4 from an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. A. C. Lee, at Elsie. School meeting in District No. 2, Frac. was held Monday evening. Frank Daniels was re elected moder ator. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dale Bowen were very pleasantly surprised last Satur day evening when about twenty of their neighbors walked In to remind them of Mrs. Bowen's. birthday. Re freshmenta were served and a social time enjoyed. Frank Daniels, wife and mother spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brown in Otlsco, also visiting their cousins, Mrs. . Holmes and Miss Hil da Lewln. Chad Lee had a narrow escape from a aeveTe accident Thursday, July 2, while drawing hay. The colta be came frightened by a newly painted rack on the wagon and ran east, and turning north at the first corner, ran the wagon 'over the edge of the cul vett,.throwlngMr. Lee into the ditch and the rack over him, injuring his shoulder and hack.. He is improved sufficiently to be about the farm KEEN K HEIGHTS. Mr. and Mrs. C. Luz spent Sunday at L. J. Hunter's. ' B. S. Bigley is spending a few days at his home In Eureka. Mrs. Haines spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Dalley. Sunday guests at F. P. Hunter's were Vine Hunter and family, How ard and Melbourne Welch. The Ladles' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Frank Raymond Wednes day, Aug. 5. J. W. Rlckert of Saranac Is making an extended visit with his "sons, K. S and W. H. Rlckert. Frank Bowen and family visited at Chas. Cowles in Smyrna Sunday. Frank Heether is on the sick list, having been overcome by the heat Saturday. Mrs. G. A Ayers is staying at the farm during haying and harvest to assist with the housework. Miss Gladys Ellis of Beldlng is visit ing her cousins, Mrs. W. H. and Mrs. B. E. Rlckert, for a couple of weeks Mr. C. W. Hale has moved Into the house with his daughter, Mrs. Wheat on, and his son, Phloros Hale, and family are occupying Mr. Hale's house. Relatives who were called here by the death of Mrs. Hale were Warren aud Lafayette Hale, Mrs. Robert Howe, Levi Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Post, Mr. and Mrs. Bort Post of Or leans, Zala Howe of Ronald and Mrs. J. Lavery of Ionia. Guests at W. U. Rlckert's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cowles of Beldlng, Mrs. Clifton Cowles of Tru fant, B. E. and Ray Rlckert and fam ilies, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Hale, who died at her home July 7, was the daughter of Richard and Catherine Hale. She was born In Ohio Sept. 20, 1810, and came to Orleans township as a child and spent the early part of her life as a teacher. She was married to Chas. W. Hale May G, 1801. To them were born five children. They moved to Keene several years ago. Mrs. Hale is survived by a husdand, one son, Phloros Hale, and daughter, Mrs Bruce Wheaton of Keene, also by two brothers aud two sisters, Warren and Lafayette Hale, Mrs. Robert Howe and Mrs. Henry Post of Orleans. Grand Rapids excursion Saturday, July 25. See first page notice for time and rates. It Can't He Meat The best of all teachers is experi ence. (J. M, Harden of Silver City, North Carolina, says: ' "I find Electric Bitters does all that s claimed for it. Fors stomach, liver aad kidney trou bles it can't be beat. I have" tried It and found it a most excellent medi cine." Mr. narden is right; it's the best of all medicines also for weak ness, lame back and all ruo down con ditions. Best too for chills and ma laria. Sold under guarantee at Con nell Brothers' drug store. 50c. OTIHCO. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morse spent Saturday and Sunday at Geo. Crane's In Grenvllle. L. D. Carpenter and family spent Sunday at F. R Luscombe's. Mrs. B. A. Boss and sister Miss Ida Rich retnened home Saturday after a week's visit with friends at Coral Miss Taylor of that place accompan ied Mies Ida home and remained un til monday. Graod Rapids excursion Saturday, July 25th See first page notice for time and rates. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Snyder visited at Grove Sears' in Grattan Sunday Ralph Pond went to Ionia Monday Mr. C. M. Hubbard and daughter Elva left Wednesday for a three weeks' visit with her brother F. E. Wilson at Antigo, Wis. Last Saturday afternoon Miss Ida Rich was surprised when about four teen of her friends gathered at her home. They went to remind her that on the following day she would be sweet sixteen and help to celebrate the "event. Games and music were among the amusements after which refreshment were served. Each one departed for their homes thinking that they had spent a very pleasant afternoon and that Miss Ida was a royal entertainer. The Homed? That IJoee Dr. King's New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others promise but fall to perform," saya Mrs. E. R. Picrson of Auburn Center, Pa." It ia curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing, that other treatments relieved only tem porarily. New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health." This renowned cough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer la sold at Connell Brothers drug store. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle KIDNEY, LIVER AND BOWELS ElokDMi Is nxt U lmpoMlbU It r f9 tfe Kidntya, Liver and Bowth la peYfed working ardor with aa eceacloaal da of - Dr. A. W. Chooo's Kldnoy-Uvor Pfllo Mr. B. Holdaa. No. IN Osm 9 Orand Rapids, Mien., mm: "I bar tot rears bsjaa subject to tlucslsaaoM 9t tat llTtr and constipation, to kldasra war alsa InaetlT and oaosad ma a great deal o( paa across mj loins. I totstos of Dr. A. W. Cbass'a Kttrner-Ltver nils and tlJ-T sred tba InaotlTlty or tbs organs rapllr and aaMly. I would sot I wltkoat tfcBa.'' SN a box at aH Oalars. Writs for a fro samoU. Dr. W.Nasa Modlslao Co.. Birffala, N. T. For 6ale by W. I. Benedich, Deldlng AlrON-MOSKI.EY Mrs. Carrie Vanderbrek 19 very sick with her typhoid sickness and may not recover. Twentyseventh day, fever broke Monday, but brights disease may overcome all other efforts for recovery. The Kelly 10 and 20c show at Mose- ley was well attended Monday even ing. Their exhibit of trained ponies and dogs was istesestlng and amuse ing and music was also good. Grand Rapids excursion Saturday, Jnly 25th, See fi rst page notice for time and rates. The Moseley dwelling house is being rushed. W. Long's brother from Mississippi, who has been visiting him for three weeks, died last Friday of fever. Burial at Lyons, Mich., funeral from Mr. Long's residence Monday after noon, Miss Jessie Condon of Lowell, visit ed over Sunday at her sister's Mrs Maud Ford of Moseley. CEE Mrs. Vanderbrek's daughter Nina, of Montana, is with her, came last week. Mrs. Ernest .Godfrey and children visited Wm. Co-Td-oa srad' t OtleH Whites over Saturday and Sunday;; and"Ml8day evening wtnt to BeldVng. Your correspondent and family en joyed sauslc and slnglns rendered by Smith and Florence Godfrey Sunday evening. War Against Consumption All nations art nnavorinr to check the ravages of consumption, the "white plagOe" that claims so many victims each year. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and vou are In do danrer cf consumption. Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Folev's Ilonev and Tar 1 iiafe and certain in results. Sold by Wort ley & French. Aqua Hura. New Drue Clerk Is this the dis tilled water? . . , Druggist Wkafs It like?. , Clerk (salfflne) Taste flaL ar! smells bad. l i Drugfet Yee. that's. It. Now' York Weekly. First Essential. Nan What la the first thtag jrou bare to learn ha. ulaytag goftff Fan The acoi-t. Galoago Tribune. .Itmt Exactly ltltfht "I have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right," says Mr. A. A. telton of liarrisvllle, N. Y. New Life Pills reltave without the least discomfort. Best remedy for consti pation, biliousness and malaria. 25c at Connell Brothers' drug store. Short Cut to Secrecy. The officials of the Imperial Chinese telograth administration hare been not ed that tt has beem dtxrtded te inflict the penalty at deoapltattoa on any telegraph employe who nay In future bo touad gvUtr of reveaWiis; the contents of aeortt, official tele grams to outsiders. Sovftfa Ciitat Morninff" Post, Hong fcejic Uest the World Aflords "It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklen's Arnica Salve," says J. W. Jenkins of Chapel mil, N. C. "I am convinced it's the best salve the world affords. It cured a felon on my thumb, and it never talis to cure cvety uie, barn cr wound to which It Is applied. Zoc at Connell Brothers' drug store. A Sweeping Assertion. Novelist's Wife Why does your heroine "enter and sweep the room with a glance?" Novelist (scornfully) Because she has no vacuum cloaner. Comforting. Female Voyager Is there any Tear of danger, Mr. Sailor? Mr. Sailor Lots of fear, ma'am, but do danger! FoIpt'b Orlnn Tiatlve. ahp. new t a! a I . - 1 . - V . . . - .1 - - 1 idxauve. simulates, uui uuci qui ir- rltatp. It lii the heat laaatlue. liuar anteed or your money back. Sold by wortley A t rench. efwetei Oefefc With m esctrarCkaarr oCaf tt about )1M tm eM eota, Pea &r3 eornored she ietrssmrB market Ldpe barlog th last (00 oioee &tr son is krtwn to he Ti cocnM. These hoCtofltwted busies! acsis the youngsters of the tom ao4 acooexg the relic huaters of mtrer t&K ana the teetlre twang of the hMeovs things was heard on all corners last night, to the discomfiture of ail the tats and dogs ia Astoria Chrtzteodoca. r - v sT tn g aro vou Heady t-or vour vacation Trip? Of course you want something- new to wear, you want to feel well dressed. We can help you out there, our stock of real summery things is most complete. Really you don'Miave to spend much to fit yourself out for a p-ood time. Just to encourage you we quote these few items: White Indian Head Skirt Good full model, gored pattern and trimmed with a fold. JUgular $1 2". Now 93c. Beautiful Shirt Waist Of Swiss lawn with eyelet embroidery front panels, 20 pin tucks and tlx wide tucks over the shoulder. Collar and culTs edged with lace, this Is a very showy garmct and a btrong value at regular price, $1.2j. Now 87c. Long Lisle Gloves in either black or white, full ISin length with closed wrist. Regular 50c. Now 2(Jc. Leatheroid Suit Cases 24 or 26 in., in length, steel frame, spring lock and catch, bra?H finished, stitched leather handle, reinforced corners, three hinge bot tom. Regular $1.40. Now (jc. THE BIG STORE RUGS FOR BEDROOM MORE SANITARY AND COM FORT A. BT.E THAN CARPETS. f Mrs Requisites for Sleeping Chamber Are Daintiness and Orderliness . Unornamented Paper Best for the Walls. Of all the rooms In a house, the bod- room Is the most exprestJTre of person ality. Other rooms must conform to tho opioten, either of the upholsterer, if It be a formally decorated mansion, or of the family In general in the smaller house. But In a bedroem, the Individ- smnXy of the lnmaee )c mire to assort Hsetf. Many sidelights on disposition are show a la its fui-nlsMnR. First of aM, a bedroom should be dataty'and orderly, the furniture la koplag w4th tho us of the room. Do not have heavy pieces In a small room, yuKt.hecauso they are handsome. I do not moan to say that all room of old-fashioned furnlshlng3 are inap propriate, but one -often-neods wider backorounds than four walls to eive the right atmosphere. Sometimes a whole house, even the quaintness of a New England town, Is needed to give proper setting for mahogany heir looms.- - -- In the bedroom let iw be modern, whatever the rest of the house may be and light. Nowadays, old fashioned Insistence upon carpets is obsolete. The color effects may give an impres sion of warmth and the furnace supply the reality without the labor of keep ing carpets clean. "But suppoelng there are no hard wood floors undernwith the carpets," some one asks. Of course, hard wood Is really desir able, but we still have the resource of pal at. No moro old-fashioned upheav als of cleaning. With a little care the room Is always fresh and sweet. Study your room. If you paint the floor. Oct some eolor that will tone into the woodwork and wall covering. Ia a room I saw this summer the fur niture was graceful, the brass bed and the rugs were In the best of taste, yet te minute one entered a Jarring note was felt! The floor was painted a very dark green. The color arose and greeted yous at every turn, for all tho wood 'work of doors and windows was white. Then, the paper was somo pink conventional design. Now mahogany does not call for wall decoration. It needs a plain background. It is uu ally safer to use an unornamented pa per, In a bedroom anyway. , Always choose dalty colors.' Red should nover be' used; it'fs too heavy -pprefcslve. ' Choose plak, yellow, lavender, white and blue, or whito and green. In the two last combinations I mention white first, for that should, predominate, as the colors are too cold to lead in the tonal, effect. Don't have upholstered furniture. It collects dastnd look! stuffy. But If It must he used, cover the pieces with cretonne or whatover the rporn hang ing may be. For the sanjo reason washable materials are better for bed roosts than satins or heavy draperies. N. Y. Evening Tost. The Haughty One. . 'So.you have a.aew. butlor?" "Yes," answered Mr. Cumrox. "Do you like hU ork?1' "I never thought of asking myself suoh a question. I would never dare assume a critical and patronltlng at- Htude." Exchange. ins mm Will cure any case -of Kidney or Bladder Liicsaae not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. . 1. ,FOR SALE BY WORTLEY & FRBNOII a irm - mm' mm Collates Talcum Powder A standard toilet article the world over, del icately perfumed with cashmere boquet or violet. A positive necessity these warm days. Regular 2"c. Now 15c. Williams Toilet Water Either aipine rose or hwihs violet, a dash or two is as invigorating as iced wine, very necessary on a ladles toilet table or for the gentlemen to use after shaving. Regular price 50c. Now 39c. JACOBSON'S The Eannen0 AND I week Trihuinie Six Months for S nfo scribe Now I alC American I ft AT 7 A Profusely Illustrated Monthly for BOYS. Without Question the Most Enter- taming and Practical Magazine tn the World for Young Americans. COVERS JN COLORS. 36 Vaga, tlz of Lodlct' Home Journal. H meyer, Tomlinson, Trowbridge, Mun H roe, Shute.and others, the best writers N for bovs in the world. Departments relating to all Boy Hobbies, edited by expert. . It of eaches the religion of " DO, r and not that cf " DONT." - ft Ij doir.2 more for the Uplift t- - . m .1 p t-ncouragemeni oi uoys man any oinc ;.j agency. Approved by parents and educa tors. - Boys (250,000 of them) every where enthusiastic for it. ' The subscription price of The American Boy is $1.00 per year. 4 The American Boy. (Iyr)....$1.00 U Beldlng Ba W Tfi r Total fc? Address Banner Pubilshing 9 ueiaing, Try Banner GluMng Rates (fllW - 8 c? c? s GREENVILLE, MICH. Vj 75c and .L mmm milt i.l. i ZJ .iv-2 :..ca i- 4.onl-fc2;ro 2.001 Co. te Micn'. - v- Correrrta Do cot rti havrtiT Ul" l 1 SOID BY DRLCOISTS HtRY'.UCE again. ...,,,...., free. - m ls The Astorlan, .