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IN A BAD WAY"
Man v A lteldlnir Header Will Feel (iratetul for Thl Information When your back gives out; Becomes I a rue, weak or aching; When urinary troubles set In, Your kidneys are "In a bad way." Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you. Here Is local evidence to prove It: Hiram Mlnler, living on Front street, Holding, Mich., says: "Doan't Kidney Pills are an excellent remedy for kidney trouble, and It has been a pleasure to me to recommend their use for several years past. Soon after the war I was taken with hard, dull backaches and dull pains which felt as If there was a weight over my kid neys, and the doctoring I did gave me no relief until I procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Connell Brothers drug store, and 1 can honestly say that I know of no remedy equal to Doan'a Kidney Pills for kidney trou ble." For Sale by all Dealers. Price 50 cents. FosteMilburn Co., Buffalo, New York. Sole Agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan'a AGENTS WANTED Good wages can be made selling nursery stock for THE Michigan Nursery Company MONROE, MICHIGAN We offer a select stock of hardy, Mich igan crown trees. Write today for terms MONEY TO LOAN ....BY THE.... Beldlng Building and Loan Association Te those who wish to build a house o." pay of your mortgage; or In buying a home already built on easy terms of monthly Install ments. For particulars call at their office. There Is nothlag better In Beldlng for invostmant than stock In the Bel ding Building and Loan. Stock of which, Series No, 57, Is now open to all. A. WAGNER, Sec'y. IDLENESS Is usually not Profitable Idle Funds - Deposited in Sandell's Bank Become a source of profit What's The Use Of all that dirty work of polishing your stove with stove polish if It Is going to barn off the llrst time you use your stove? If you would give your stove one coat of STOVINK (no MliKhlng necessary) It will stay black for one month, even If your store gets red hot every day. Will not burn orjrub off, Is not explosive. A child can apply It T. Frank Ireland Go. FREE nandsome gsSn! Holiday Spoon The cut shows an elegant Coffee Spoon that Is novel in design and sure to please. On the front appears the open fireplace and ft si oc icing, wit none which no Christmas is complete. The tree loaded with good things is distinctly seen above the narrow part of the handle, on which appears in plain letters the words ' Merry Christmas." In the gold bowl we see old Santa Claus with his flowing locks and his grey beard, swinging his whip threateningly over the back of his fleet rein deer. Altogether it is a most pleasing picture and proper emblem of Merry Christmas. On the back of the handle are the glad lclls which "ring out the old and "ring in the new," and under tieath old Father Time with his cruel scythe. 'Happy New Year" completes the decor ation on the back of the handle. Altogether it Is most beautiful article suitable for a holiday present for one's self or a friend. The col lection of handsome spoons has assumed in niany localities the Froportion of a huge ad and this spoon Is good enough to place beside any of them. This spoon is the most suitable Christ mas gift you could make to ladles, Sunday school children, or children in the public or day schools; cnarch fairs often use several hundred of them, MY SPECIAL OFFER Not withstanding the iact that the spoons are of superior quality and finish, by making arrangements with the factory to use a large quantity, I get them at a figure that will enable me to make you a Christmas present of one FREE when your purchases amount to $4.00 and upwards at my store at on time. My store Is filled with a Choice Line of CHRISTMAS GOODS. Come and examine my stock. A. B. HULL, Jeweler and Optician. 'ROUND ABOUT US. Weekly Grist of Newsy hems Reported by OtsrSpecUl Correspondents, Oft ATT AN. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nu gent, a son, Dec 3. K. E. Lesslter's little daughter ha been very tick with cold and high fe ver. But is Detter now. Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson of near Pontlac are visiting their cousins, the Lesslter brothers, and families. The Rev. Youngs is supplying the pastor's place at the Ashley church, ad Rev. 21. Ellis has gone to take up college studies. At the regular communication of Venus Chapter O. E. S. Dec 12 the newly elected Masonic brothers will be Installed as follows: W. M., E. V. Storey; S. W Ray McArthur; J; W., Charles Bear; Treas., A. A. Norton; Sec'y., J. I Norton; S. D., Thomas Bookey; J. D., Leon Whltten; stew ards, Burton Partridge and Albert Johnson; Tyler, O. I. Watkins; Chap lain, Edwin Bellows. Mrs. George Lyon Is recovering and her nurse, Mrs. Weaver of Beldlng, returned home Tuesday. F. H. Johnston of Oakfleld assisted Ed Borden in his blacksmith shop last week. The leap year social held with Mr. and Mrs. Will Hall by the L. A. S. of the Ashley church was largely at tended. The ladles paid the bill so we may know the receipts were good $9.90. The Star social held by Venus Chap ter with Mrs. E. L. Brooks brought In $19 Dec 2. Avery fine chicken pie dinner was served with all the accom paniments. Mrs. Etta Tuthlll of Seattle, Wash., will give a recital at the Grattan M. E. church Dec. 15, evening, assisted by her pupils, also Lawrence Green, violinist, and Miss Winifred Atkins, a fine elocutionist. Admission, 25c for the new church organ fund. Presiding Elder D. D. Chase will hold the quarterly meeting Dec. 13 at the Grattan M. E. church, morning. Markd for DMth "Three years ago I was marked for death. A grave-yard cough was tear- og my lungs to pieces. Doctors failed to help me and hope had fled, when my husband got Dr. King's New Dis covery." says Mrs. A. C. Williams of Bac. Kv. "The first dose helped me and Improvement kept on until I had gained do pounds in weight ana my health was fully restored." This medicine holds the world's healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases. It prevents pneumonia. Sold under guarantee at Connell Brothers' drug store. 50c and f 1.00. Trial bottle. SOUTHWEST EUREKA Leonard Stokes of East Eureka visited his uncle, Edgar Stokes, Dec. 7. Robert Luscombe. wife and son Howard, vfslted his sister Mrs. Charles Jenlson in Beldlng, Dec. 4. Glenn 8tokes and a youag ldy friend attended the M. E. church In Greenville Sunday and visited his uncle. Frank 8tokes, at the Central Hotel. Mrs. Lucy Beardslee of Bushnell Is the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Luscombe for a few days. Mrs. J. B. Moon has been very 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Stokes, with chills and fever, but is now slowly convaleslng. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson of Falrplaln. spent Saturday night and Sunday as guests of her sister Mrs. Robert Luscombe. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tuttle of West Ottsco, were guests at E. A. Stokes' Nov. 29. Mr. William Swartx visited old friends and neighbors In Howard City a few days last week. Mr. and Israel Smith called on ilrs. Rhoda Moon Dec. 1. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Luscombe and daughter Mrs. Lucy Beardslee visited at Charles Jenlson's In Beldlng Dec 7. Mrs. Lela Blgley was the guest of Mrs. Ed. Stokes last week. Friday evening, Dec 4, a pleasant surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scranton, pop corn and candy was seryed and a very pleasant time reported. OIILEANS-OTI8CO Henry Brendt, Mllo Towne and Frank Antcllff reached home last Frldav nlcht from Grand Rapids. where they had been with loaoi goods for L. K. Worden, Edward Wooldrldte and little daughter Mary were In Ionia Monday Jennie Towne was a Saturday caller at L. Howe's. The many friends of Mrs. Bay Em err are glad to learn that she If ex pected home about Christmas. Harry Lyle and wife visited In Keene last Friday with Mr. Lyle'i niece. Chas. Brelmever was In Orleans Saturday, VBRUBUNKH STATION. Herb Jakeway serves meals at all hours at his restaurant and James Phelphs is assisting him. Anew station- agent at Moseley, Mr. Fellows having gone to Sunfield Ed Godf rey of Grand Rapids Is call ing nn old friends and neighbors here. Hattle Culver is laid up with a lame wrist, which came very near being broken. ' 8am Vanderbroek of Chicago Is visiting here. . Burr Davis has had a new chimney put on his house. Sawing logs begins next week at R B. Davis'. Chas. Jakeway's new barn on his lot at Moseley is nearly finished. Barber shop two days in the week at Moseley. Martin Davis fell out of a wagon last Saturday and nearly broke his right wrist. Mrs. Roy Ford returned with her husband to nettinger, North Dakota Mrs. Allen Godfrey and daughter of Caledonia visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Weeks, last week. The Moseley and Alton schools were both in session last Saturday. The annual meeting of the Christian church will be held at the church Saturday, Dec. 19, at 2 p. m. for the election of officers and any other busi ness that may come before the house. Carrie Porter, clerk. Owen Howard had an auction sale at his farm Monday. lie and family move to Lowell soon. Five carloads of wool shipped from Moseley by Messrs Heavier and Brooks. Mrs. Joe Elmsdorph is able to sit up some. Rev. L. J. Stimson's family moved to Beldlng last week. He still con tinues at the Moseley Bros.' ware house. Mrs. S. Berry lost a valuable horse last week. Madlcl'ie That Is Medicine "I have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints, but I have now found a remedy that keeps me well, and that remedy is Electric Bitters; a medicine that is medicine for stomach and liver trou bles and for run down conditions," says W. C. Klestler of Ualliday, Ark. Electric Bitters purify and enrich the blood, tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to the weak. Your money will be refunded if it fails to help you. 50c at Connell Brothers' drug store. XEE3E nEIGIITS. . E. S. Welch of Ionia visited his sis ter, Mrs. F. P. Hunter, last week. George Rowley visited his brother, Newt Rowley, In Orleans Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Christ. Heether visit ed her daughter, Mrs. J. Honson, last Friday. J. Honson and family were Sunday guests at Fred Hunter's. Mr. and Mrs H. B. Wilcox and daughter Abble of Ionia visited at Ralph Bigley's from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. W. H. Rlckert and Miss Ber nlce visited her sister, Mrs. J. Lavery In Ionia and her brother, Zala Howe, In Ronald over Sunday. Ruth Leslie visited Irene Blgley Thursday night. Loyd Blgley came, home from Or leans Friday night and remained until Sunday. He was accompanied by Bert Hill. Sunday guests at Will Kimble's were Tom Renwlck and family, Stan ley Brooks, Philip Ayrcs and family, Frank Heether and family, Mrs. J. Keller and son Billy and Mrs. Alvlra Richards. AFTED THE GRIPPE Vinol Restored This Zlan0 Dtrength . Cerm2 yean ago I was attacked by severe case of grippe, which left me with, a backing cough, soreness in my chest, and bronchitis. I took nearly every kind of cough syrup sold on the market, beeldea medicine given me by physicians. I received no permanent relief until cr dxussbt asked me to try Vlnol, cad after taking three bottles I was entirely cured. t believe Vlnol to be the greatest tleaelng ever offered to the public, as tt does what Is claimed for it" It. E. It. Xlfc&s, Maplesvllle, Ala, The reason Vlnol cures chronic ouchs, colds and pulmonary troubles b because It contains tonlo Iron and all Che healing and body building ele ments of cod liver oil but no oil. Vlnol Is also unexcelled as a strength feullder for old people, delicate children, weak and run-down persons, and after Connell Bros., Beldinj, Mich. ttGue Eoweis Keep the bowels regular. This is the first and most important rule of health. You can depend on Dr. A. W. Chase's Kid ney and Liver rills to help you carry out this rule. They effect prompt and thorough movement of the bowels and as they do not lose their effect the dose does not have to be increased. By their enlivening action on the liver they positively cure biliousness and constipation. MR. 1 in LIP 15UCKLK, oypsum, Kansas, writes: "For sixteen years I had to use med icine for constipation and find Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills excellent With other pills I had to continually increase the dose but I only take one-half pill twice a week and find that this keeps the system in splendid condition." There is no question as to the efficiency of this well-known family medicine. One pill a dose, 25 cents a box. At all dealers and Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Co , fluflalo, N. Y. Dr.A.W. Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills For sale by W. I. Benedlch, Beldlng ORLEANS. The revival services held at Green's church, closed last Friday evening. Mrs. 'Homer nammond left Satur day for a fewlweeks' visit with friends near Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. George Ilavell are happy over the arrival of a fine baby boy that came to their home one day last week. Elmer Cutler of Mulr spent Satur day with Olen Beach. Mrs. Dan Wilson was a Sunday vls- itoi at E. M. Wooldridges. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Towne and baby Judith and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hall and family were Sunday visitors at Alyah Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Robinson announce the birth of a son at the home of of their son Frank who is superinten dent of schools at Bronson. Congratulations. Dewitt Munson and Miss Erma Howe were married in Ionia last Wednesday and are now receiving the congratulations of their friends who wish them success in their matrimon ial career. Mrs. McKaney's Experience MrB. M. McRaney, Prentiss, Miss., writes: "I was confined to my bed fnr three months with kidnev and bladder trouble and was treated by two physicians but failed to get re lief, iso Human tongue can ten now I suffered, and I had given up hope of ever getting well until I began taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. After taking two bottles I felt like a new person, and feel It my duty to tell suffering women what Foley's Kidney Remedy did for me." Sold by Wortley & French. KEENE CEXTE It Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. E. Dale Bowen and daughter Lucile spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brown in Otlsco. Mrs. Sarah Shores entertained a dozen ladles at dinner Thursday. All report a splendid visit and declare Mrs Shores a capital hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raymond are spending a few days this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ray mond. They leave on Thursday for Coral to remain with her father, Phil Holcomb for the winter. The fourteenth anniversary of Keene Ladles' Aid society was fittingly observed at Keene Grange hall on Wednesday, Dec. 2. -Chicken pie din ner was served, followed by election of officers and a fine literary program. Proceeds $8,00. Foley 's Orino Laxative cures chron ic constipation and stimulates the liver. Orino regulates the bowels so they will act naturally and you do not have to take purgatives continu ously. Sold by Wortley & French. Popularity of Some Men. Thero are come men who are so popular that they act as If a man ought to regard it as a privilege to have one of them regularly borrow his tobacco of him. Somerville Jour nal. Thla Is Worth Heading Leo F. Zelinskl of 08 Gibson St., Buffalo, N. Y.says: "I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. I ap plied this salve once a day for two days, when every trace of the sore was gone " Heals all sores. Sold un der guarantee at Connell Brothers' drug store. 25c. 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE I MS Trade Marks Draiana CopvmaMTa Ac Anrona trending a sketch and rtwierlpttnn nay Qnlokly MWtaln our opinion fra whether aa liwrnMon ta pronnWf ptntnbl,. Vntrmintc tlonintrictly confidential. HANDBOOK on I'ttmu nt fr. Oldmrt ancy for wurtnfr patent. Patent taken through Munn A Co. recelrl tptcial notic, without charge. In tba Scttntific American. A fndoTO?T tltafttrt4 wat1y. T-arirwwt rtf. eolation of any aoienttOo Journal. Tarina, $1 ywr t fnnr montha, L tJolil by all rewacwiera. r.Uiil&Co",BllewYork Branch Offlo. 6 F BU Waahkoaton, IK U THERE'S A WORD OF XMAS CHEER 9 i s n 8 8 In the very atmosphere of the BIG STORE, there's generosity in the lavish display of articles calculated to warm the heart cockles of man or woman there's the feeling of fjood fellowship combined with superior values that makes it, in reality, the treasure house of Christmas offerings. This year finds us with shelves, tables and counters full to the brim with sensible drifts ifts that are useful, that not only carry to the receiver the token of Yule tide, but the satisfaction of knowing that they are practical. OLD SANTA CLAUS is a sensible old gentleman and smiles with the ordinary warmth when he sees money spent wisely and well. These items will carry your message, take a gllmpss at them and Imagine a store full to the beak of values just as good. FOR HIM Mufflers f0c Golf Gloves f0c Silk Scarfs f0c to $2 2T Shaped Mufllers $1 00 to 1 50 Silk Initial Ildkfa 10c Jap Silk Hdkfs 25c and 50c Sweater Vests, all wool 2.75 to 3 CO CutT Links .25 to 50c Scarf IMns 25c to $1 00 Kid Gloves 1.50 Suspenders. 25, .'15 and 50c Neck Ties 25, 25 and 50c Shirts 50, 75 and 1.00 FOR BABY Cashmere Kimonaa..25c to $1 50 Dresses 05c to 2 50 Knit Jackets 25c Ltoby Blankets C5c to 1.00 Baby Bonnets 35c to 2 (X) Carriage Throws 2 00 to 4 00 Bedford Cord Coat..l 35 to. 4 50 Leggins. 85c to 1.35 Yarn Booties 8c to25c Hair Brushes 25c Powder Puffa 19c to 25c Combs 10c FOR "HER" Furs 69c to $45.00 Coats 0.50 to 40 00 Suits 13 50 to 35 00 Skirts 3 98 to 20.00 Silk and Wool Shrt Waists.. r 2.50 to 10 00 Klmonas, long or thort 1 1 00 to 3 50 Silk Petticoats 3 98 to 1000 Silk Shawls 1.25 to 2.50 Fur Coats 20.00 to 05.00 Back Combs. 25c to 1 00 Belt Buckles.. 25c to 11.00 25c to 3 00 THE BIG STORE JACOBSONTS Greenville, Mich v 1 ... . J. . , Y"fe " 1 .. :::.: -:?::.. Tl J H'Mll v1 I L "'v.r--? r x?2k- A jHL mm CCUSTOM your family to good music and you lny the foundation for the greatest source of mental enjoyment there is. To do this bring into your home the piano that de Pachmann and Sembrich use in their own homes The piano that received the broadest, most sweeping recognition ever accorded any piano the Grand Prix at Faris. The success of the Baldwin products is the result of the most complete piano organization the world has ever known. Large enough in its aims, broad enough in its policy to offer opportunities that would attract the best skill. If a tone regulator has trained his ear to a marvelous degree of accuracy he naturally becomes associated with the Baldwin organization. No one individual could have furnished the skill, experience and resources necessary to get the great advance in tone, action and enduring qualities achieved in intra Come, hear it, and know that an unconditional guarantee for unlimited time goes with .it. , You tan rest assured that any piano bought here gives you the greatest possible value for every dollar. The uncqiialed quality of the instruments we show makes them the most economical of all. The price of any instrument on our floor does not prevent your having it in your home at once. You can enjoy the instrument while you arc paying for it. Most reasonable terms. Lawrence & Walbrink 1 Block South Hotel Garnett BELDING, MICH 1 . iii 1 jiii '" ' nil 11 1 11 im H wny:l ."Jy 'T"7Tr' T",7,'.7T, t?I 8 c a & s fS ff CO tt tt r tt r