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ANSWERS EVERY CALL
fielding People Have Found
That
This U True.
A cold, a strain, a sudden w reach.
A little cause may hurt the kidneys.
Spt Us of backache often follow.
Or some irregularily of the urine.
A certain remedy fur such attacks.
A medicine that answers every call.
Is Doan's Kidney Pill, a true specific.
Thousands of jjeople rely uj,Km it.
Heie is one case:
Mr- Smith Jackson, three miles east
of Ioiiia, Mich., says "From iersonal
experience and from what 1 have obser
ved in other cases, 1 can say that
Doan s Kidney Pills are unequaled as
a re nedy for kidney complaint.
Several years ago, I began to sutler
from this trouble and was somewhat
alarmed about my condition. I was
treated by a physician for for dropsy
which he claimed I had but did not
help me. I had terrible pain across my
back and hips, the passages of the
kidney secretion were irregular and at
night my limbs became numb, I was
advisl by a friend to try Doan's Kid
ney Pills and I began using them.
Ohe box gave me the first relief. I
had experienced aud when I had used
seven boxes, I was completely cured.
I have had no trouble since. Doan's
Kidney Pills are the only remedy that
ever pave me relief and f am glad to
recon. mend them.
For sale by al 1 dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States. Re
nieml)er the name Doan's and take
no other.
MONEY TO LOAN
...,HV THE....
Beldlng Building and
Loan Association
Te those who wish to build a house o
pay of your mortgage; or in buying
a homo already built on easy
terms of monthly Install
ments. For particular
call at their office.
There is nothing better in Beldlng
for investmsnt than stock in the Bel
ding Building and Loan. Stock of
which. Series No, 59. 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
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THE
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f AMEUCAN m-$2.M U UM
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TT Strictly modern and uptedate hotel
Hi, ccntrtlly located, in the nry
heart of the retail bhopping district of
Detroit, corner Qriswold and Grand
River Aves., only on block from
Woodward Ave. Jefferson, Third and
Fourteenth cars pass by the house.
When you visit Detroit atop at the
Qriswold Huse.
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tlonaatnctlyronflciwitlal. HANDBOOK on I'attnta
ient trtm. OMt aafnry fur mourin wUn.
I'atnnta taken through Munn A Co. racalvt
tptrial not let, without cnarae, la tb
Scientific Jlmcrlcan.
A r andaoroelf IHnatratad wwklT. l.araat rtf.
en'.at lnn of anr otnU0o Journal. Tt-rma, 13 a
r four months, L 8oi4 brail ttawadMlara.
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'ROUND &BOUT US.
' Weekly Grist of Newsy items Reported by
Oar SpecUl Correspondents.
Grattan
School commenced after two weeks
vacation with Miss Grace Hoadley
teacher.
Tera McArthur has returned from a
visit at Kent city.
Mrs. Harney Scalley, one of the old
pioneers, has passed away. Funeral
from Catholic church Monday.
The Grattan M. E. church was filled
with people to meet the new pastor and
enjoy the line Easter services. The
song service was also fine.
George Casner has not been as well
lately and his limbs are swollen from
the knee down.
Potatoes $ 1.04 at Moseley Saturday.
At the regular meeting of Venus
chapter, O. E. S. Saturday memorial
services were held for Charles W right
of Ionia, the late past grand patron.
Monday the chapter sent Mrs. Anna
Judson, past worthy matron, a birth
day postal shower.
J. A. Lessiter and sister, Mrs. Whit-
ten have gone to Pontiac to attend the
funeral of their aunt Nancy Lessiter,
widow of the late John Lessiter. Death
came very suddenly, she being in the
usual health up to five minutes before
the summons. She was indeed a noble
woman and greatly beloved by all.
Five children are left inconsolable by
their great loss.
Swept Over Niagara
This tprrilile ealamitv often hannens
lecause a careless boatman ignores the
river's warning, growing rippies anu
faster current. Nature's warnings are
kind. That dull pain or ache in the back
warns you the Kidneys need attention
if vou would escane fatal maladies
Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright's disease.
Take Electric Hitlers at once and see
Backache fly and all your best feelings
return. "After long suffering from
u-otilr L'iilnpvu anil lump hlf. nnP f 1.00
bottle wholly cured me," writes J. It.
Rlankenshiu. of Belk. Tenn. Only 50c.
at Connell Bros.
Alton Moseley
V. A. Keech is about the same as
last week.
Fred Geigger has moved into one of
F. It. Chases Tenant houses at Smyrna
Mrs. Clare Ford is quite sick.
Wm. Condon and Alfred Thomit
have arranged to build silos.
Lee Converse is doing well with his
broken leg.
Bert Patridge's daughter is quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Whittle of Courtland
visited her brother Burton Patridge on
Sunday.
John Weithenbach and family of
North Grattan visited his brother Sun
day.
Alton district school is having a va
cation.
People are commencing their plough
ing quite lively.
Another old Grattan pioneer has
passed away, died at her home where
she has lived over 50 years, Mrs. Bar
ney Scalley, widow of the late Barney
Scalley, Friday April 9. Funeral from
the Parnell chruch Monday.
How To Cure Skin Disease
The germs and their poisons must be
drawn to the surfaceof the skin and de
stroyed. Zemo the Zemotone will do
this tnd cure any case of skin or scalp
disease, no matter from what cause or
of how long standing, w rite lor sam
ple. K. W. ltose Med. Co; St. Ijouis
Mo. See photos of cures and window or
show case display at Conuell Bros.
Oakfield
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Elsbyand family
visited at Morris Trumbles in Grattan
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Bowman attend
ed church at Parnell Sunday morning
and took dinner with Mrs. J. Byrns.
The Embroidery Club will hold a fair
at the home of Mrs. Lola Mason Thurs
day April 15.
Sit Partridge has sold his team to
Greenville parties for $425.
This week has leen a great week for
surprises, Tuesday some 15 ladies took
possession of Mrs. Cora Stevens and
sewed up all her carjiet rags. Friday
night the young ieople gave Clyde
Reynolds and wife a surprise by taking
them a nice lot of articles for house
keeping and Saturday the old friends
and neighbors gave Salem Stuarts folks
a complete surprise there were 73 in
number and had a jolly good time and
a line Picnic supper was served aio
o'olock.
A New Story By Ralph Connor
Un.lnh Connor's new novel, it is an
nounced will appear serially in the
Cirrle Magazine. The storv is called
"The Commander", and it will be one
of his tales of the Northwest, where the
KppnpH of his most successful books have
been laid. Ralph Connor is the writer
who is, perhaps, most in demand among
American readers. More than a million
and a half copies of his books have been
sold. They nave a cleanliness ana
wholpftomness about them that is real
relief from the morbid and sensational
literature that is ottered in quantities
to the public nowadays. Mr. Connors
lain nrlvAtelife. the llev. Charles
W. Gordon, is not a regular contributor
to magazines, and The Circle has ef
fected a real "scood" in securing his
latest novel. It begins in an early
number.
Keene Center
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hoover
on Sunday April 11, 1909, a 91-2 lb boy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Carr attended the
funeral of Mrs. Thos. North at her
home in Kaston Sunday. Burial was
made in Ionia cemetery. Mrs. North
was widely known having lived in Kas
ton for 60 years. A large circle of
friends and relatives mourn her de
parture at the ripe age of eighty-one
years.
Fred Raymond and wife of Ionia,
Geo. Walker fand wife of Berlin and
Millard Sayles and wife of Lowell were
Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Raymond.
Ernest Pinkney has purchased the
forty acres of the Post farm which has
the buildings and will move his family
there instead of re-building on his farm
at present. Mrs. Etta Trask has pur
chased the other forty of the farm
which was owned by herself and hus
band for a number of years.
Dewitt Carveth visited Saranac rela
tives over Sunday.
Mrs. C. A. Lee and Mrs. C. Moody
were called to Saranac Friday to attend
the funeral of a nephew, Stanley Bush,
who was almost instantly killed by a
P. M. train In Lansing Tuesday, t April
6. Stanley spent last summer here and
won many friends among the young
people. We mourn the death of so prom
ising a young man, of exemplary hab
its, a hard working student, a loved
and loving son and brother. Aged 16
years, 8 mo. Rev. Fairbanks conduct
ed the funeral service at the home of
Homer Richardson. Burial by the
side of his father in Saranac cemetery.
Words To Freeze The Soul
"Your son has Consumption. His
case is hopeless." These appalling
words were spoken to Geo.E Bleven,a
leading merchant of Springfield, N. C,
by two expert doctors one a lung
specialist Then was shown the
wonderful power of Dr. King's New
Discovery. "After three weeks use,"
writes Mr. Blevens, "he was as well
as ever. I would not take all the money
in the world for what it did for my boy.''
Infallible for Coughs and Colds, its
the safest, surest cure of desperate Lung
diseaseon earth. 50c. and $1.00. Connell
Bros, guarantee satisfaction. Trial
bottle free.
Vergennes Station
Mrs. II. D. Weeks left last Thursday
to visit her daughter Mrs. J. Hapeman
in East Lowell.
Miss Roxie Denny of Lowell was in
our vicinity Sunday.
E. Ring returned home last week
Thursday from Carson City and Ed
more. Horace Weeks called on friends in
Ringville Sunday.
The Pere Marguette railroad com
pany are building a new bridge over
the creek south of the depot here.
Potatoes now a dollar a bushel Mon
day at Moseley.
Mrs. Carrie Porter was called to
Grand Rapids last week Monday to at
tend the funeral of her nephew's wife.
Wm. Henry Keech is very low hav
ing had several strokes of paralysis.
Mrs. Clare Ford has been very sick
but is some better now.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Hellron
April 2nd, a son.
Mrs. Delight Hathaway returned to
her home in Luther Monday.
Mat Corrigan who has been at Grand
Rapids all winter is back.
Lillian McGee and Essie Murphy
spent Sunday with Mrs. Fannie Mc-
Kabe in Ada.
Mrs. Anna Edgert of Luther came
Fridav to remain and care for her
brother Henry Keech.
Miss Edith Charles of Lowell was a
guest of Lillian McGee.
Td Rather Die, Doctor
than have mv feet cut oiT," said M. L.
Bingham, of Princeville 111. "but you
'll die from eanerene (wnicn naci eai-
en awav eitrht toes) if you don't" said
ail uociors uiMituru, uc ustu uumcu o
Arnica Salve till wholly cured. Itcures
of Eczeme, Fever Sores, Boils Burns
and Piles astound the world. 25c. at
ll t . J ... D.iAMnnlu
Connell Bros.
Easton.
Master Herman Lyle entertained one
of his school friends Saturday.
The weather man never planted pota
toes or cleaned house or he would have
different weather.
Hugh Nichols buzzed wood with his
irasollne enelne for Geo. Hoxie last
week.
Mrs. Slaybaugh has been having a
mason plaster upstairs in the new
house this week.
Mrs. Weipert teacher of the Goodwin
school would like to have the parents
take part in setting out trees, Arbor
day, also take part in the program.
Folev's Orino Laxative cures chron
ic const! patson and stimulates the liv
er. Orino regulates the bowels so they
will act naturally ana noi nave 10 laxe
- . a . i m
nurirativea continuously, woruey a
French.
R A Handsome Spring Suit
$ These suits were
s New York manufacturer some time
& could practically dictate the price.
Cs ing of these goods SATURDAY APRIL 17, and expect to sell them all. q
If quality, style and low price count with you, be one of the first to the
department.
We forced materials into
this $12.50 line that ordi
narily go in $18.00 garments
Dark Blue Suit of Herring Bone
Worsted
With a pin stripe of color; coat is 31 inches long, has a
corded silk collar and self covered buttons decorate the
pockets also the back of the coat; lined throughout
with navy blue satin; skirt is a gored model in the
narrow hipless effect and is trimmed down front the
with a row of self covered buttons. J 2 50
Elegant Suit of Royal Purple
Worsted
One of the most striking suits in the department; the
coat is 30 inches long; has notched mannish lapels
and collar; pockets and down the back are trimmed
with self covered buttons; lined with mercerized
sateen. Skirt is gored model; trimmed down the front
with a panel of self covered buttons
We Fill Mail Orders
During the spring ever? one would be
benentted by taking Foley's Kidney
Itemeny. it furnishes needed tonic
tonic to the kidneys afser the extra
strain of winter, and purifies the blood
by stimulating the kidneys, and cause-
ing them to eleminate tie impurities
rsom it. Foley's Kidney Kerned v im
parts new life and vigor. Pleasant to
take V ortley & French
Southwest Eureka
Edna Stokes visited her friend Mabel
Swartz last Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Fuller entertain
ed as Easter guests Henry Remington,
wife and little daughte Gladys of
Sheridan. i
Forrest Stokes visited his brother
Leroy at Edmore over Suiday.
3ir. ana Mrs. wintieu Mcciure a
newly married couple fron Lakeview
are moving on the Henry Jrier farm.
Henry Drier and wife ae moving to
their new home, the Cipher's place
east of Greenville, their oil friend and
neighbors wish them succss and hap
piness in their new home.
William swartz is rtnodeling a
house for John Snyder.
Niel Sturgeon has been the guest of
his brother Enoch in Grarl Rapids.
AirsArtnur sturgeon ns been very
sick with a severe cold ail neuralgia
Up Before The ar
N. II. Brown, an attornevof Pittsfleld
Vt, writes: " WehaveuslDr. King's
pw Life Pills for vears ad find them
such a good family mediae we wouldnt
be without them." rorciiills, Con
stipation,Biliousness or S k Headache
they wor kwonders, z.c. al;onnell Bros.
Eureka Fair Ptn
Mrs. Jones visited her aughler Mat-
tie Parker Tuesday.
Elder Chapman was a iller at A. A.
Jenks Friday last week.
Mrs. Ed. Randell of Sufield Is visit
ing her sisters, Mrs. Wi Richardson
and Mrs. Elon Murray.
Justin Loring and we of Belding
visited Ills parents ovor Snday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. lank Buck, a
son April 9th.
Quarterly meeting a the U., B.
church of Shanty Tlalnsaturday and
Sunday April 17 and 18.
Addison Comstock, wtand children
of near Sheridan visited ?r parents C.
I). Loring and wife Sumy.
Earl Richardson who s working in
Ionia visited his parenUver Sunday.
Mrs. Carrie Loring vlted her sister
Mrs. John Lunn of Bel6g Saturday.
Mrs. Grey Racevisltcder sister M
Clara Jenks one day lastveek.
Lrs.
Guaranteed Cure jr Piles
Zemo, a clean liquid ermiclde will
give instant relief and lutively cure
any case of blind bleedi; or Itching
Piles in ten to twenty dis.
Your druggist will refutif Zemo fails
to cure For tale by Coiell) Bros.
made for us exclusively the order was
rj
$12.50
JACOBSOIsTS
"THE BIG
DANGEROUS FAKES
Tricks to Introduce Alum Baking
Powders which should be Exposed
There has recently been attempted at
some of our grocery stores, and also at
dwelling homes, by agents who are try
ing to sell alum baking powders what
the exhibitors call a baking powders
test. They pretend to show by some
boiling test that pure cream of tartar
baking powers contain something
which every woman of intelligence
k no ws they do not. It does not need
a chemist to expose this trick. Cream
of tartar, which is the chief constituent
of the best and most wholesome baking
powder is originally a clear white cry
stal. This is ground into a fine creamy
flour in which form mixed with baking
soda it is present in the baking powder.
Cream of tartar when mixed with
water and boiled simply returns to its
crystalline form, and that is all there is
to the so-called test The matter of
special interest to the public is to know
what these people oiler in place of
cream of tartar powders of well known
purity and established reputation
against which these slandersare directed
They are offering a baking powder
which oillcial analysis have repeatedly
shown is made from alum, a drug so
well recognized by physicians and
scientists as injurious to health that
in many countries its use in bread is en
tireh-Jprohlblted! So cheap and Inferior
are the ingredients of this powder that
it costs to make less than three cents a
pound. No prudent housewife will
knowingly put such stuff as this into
her food.
W. C. T. U. Notes
Annual meeting was held with Mrs.
Smith, Friday, March 26. Mrs. Hall,
treasurer, made a fine report, showing
the Union to be on a good financial
basis. Secretary Mrs. Coville reported
64 active and 9 honorary members, and
one, Mrs. Carter, lost by death. Flow
er Mission Mrs. Jenks reported 101
bouquets, 86 meals, 89 calls, flowers for
three funerals, distributed basket of
clothing, one plant, Jelly, fruit and held
the annual meeting June 9. Utilcers
were elected as follows: President Mrs.
Litle; vice presidents, Mrs. Jenks, Mrs.
Mrs. Cook, Mis. Johnson, Mrs. Wells;
recording secretary, Mrs. Coville; cor
responding secretary, Mrs. Burns;
treasurer. Mrs. Cornell: superinten
dents: Flower mission, Mrs. Jenks; S.
T. I., Mrs. E. E. Cook; press, Mrs.
Coville; purity, Mrs. Ballou; T. L.,
Mrs. Barckley; parlimentary, Clara
Demorest; Sabbath observance, Mrs.
Smith. The above officers were all re
elected with the exceptions of treasurer
and corresponding secretary, both de
clining. Mrs. Jenks has held her oillce
for seventeen years and was elected for
life.
Foley's Honey and Tar is a safeguard
against serions results from spring cold
which inflame the lungs and develop
into pneumouia Avoid counterfeits
by insisting upon having the genuine
Foley's Honey andJTar, which contains
no harmful drugs WortleyA I- rench.
Unlveital Law.
T"!itre Is no clean-cut formula to ex
.In na1 lire's ways yet; perhaps there
er will be. The leaders of scien
ac. thought teach us above all thin;
,o value of diffidence. Law rules
.uoughout the unlrerse, but its funda
.icntal principles become harder and
arder to grasp the nearer we pm to
,ave come to them.
ago, and was large enough srorbat we ?j
We are eoine to make a spend! show-
We are willing to match
this suit against any on the
market at anywhere near
the price.
Handsome
coat is 32 inches long and is trimmed at the pockets,
culls and down the back with self covered buttons;
skirt is gored model w ith front panel trimmed with
self covered buttons. Very neat and C 1 O A
dainty suit lsuU
Beautiful Suit of Herring Bone
Worsted
In the new taupe shade; coat is 30 inches long; lined
with bronze green satin; has notched mannish lapels
and is trimmed at the pockets, cufls and down the
back with self covered buttons. Skirt is gored model,
plainly tailored and trimmed down CIO C (
the front with covered buttons J U
STORE
TO CHICAGO
Dally Steamers from Holland and St. Joseph to
Interurban car leaving Grand Rapids at 8 :00 a. m. connects at dock witn boat lea
ng at 9:30 a m. daily except Sunday and Monday. Eight o'clock car connects with boat
leaving Holland at 9:30 p. m. Sunday night only. No boat Monday.
Leave Chicago dai! except Sunday at 8 ;00 p. m. Fa from Grand Rapids, $2.00
night trips. $1.50 day trips. Close connections with P. M R. R.
The Right la reaerved to change thla schedule without notice
GRAHAM & MORTON LINE
I CHICAGO DOCK, POOT OF WABA8H AVE.
Easton.
(Too late for last week)
Eugene Rowley is very busy shear
ing sheep these days.
Mr. Shindorf has been plowing on
the J. D. Bradford place.
The Easton L. A. S. met at the Eas
ton church Wednesday.
Mrs. DewittWilber is some better at
this writing and Mr. Wilber is still on
the gain.
Sidney Calkins and wife are now
settled on their farm.
Mrs. John Mead visited her brother
Hugh Nichols and family Sunday.
The
American
Boy
A Profusely Illustrated Monthly for
' BOYS.
Without Question the Most Enter
taining and Practical Magazine in
the World for Young Americans.
COVERS V COLORS.
36 Taftt. Wi La Jit' Home J on rnal.
Serial and Short Stones by Strate
meyer, Tomlinson, Trowbridge, Mun
roe, Shute, and others, the best writers
for boys in the world.
Departments relating to all Boy
Hobbies, edited by experts.
It preaches the religion of " DO"
and not that of " DONT7
Is doing more for the Uplift and
Encouragement of Boys than any other
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 $1.00 per year.
1 he American Boy, (lyr)....$!.00
Be ding Banner 1.00
Total
3"1 Both for
' r.dres Banner Publishing
Beldlng,
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placed with
Suit of
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Wool Mix-
Greenville, Mich.
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Chicago
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Pray Together.
T" pray tosrMher, in whatever
'c Mu or ritual, is th most tender
Votr-erhood of hope a:ul sympathy
?hai men can contract in this Ufa.
Madame de Staol.
No Effect on Flowers7
A writer In a Ofrmrvi taper says'
hat every caterpillar unl slug has
i nvpcarrd from his garden since h
'Towed his boy to ride a motor bicycle
i iiiul the garden.' lie is convinced
r ai the exhaust fumes from the en
ine acted as a caterpillar destroyer,
id he has new- r. Ms garden with
nch a show o' - ;ind flowers.
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