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Any Unsold 2, Shares The he lemofcar Company At $8.00 Per Share (par value $10.00.) The Company manufactures the "Demot Runabout." The factory la located In Detroit, on the Michigan Central Belt Line, and contains 40,000 square feet of floor space, with ample steam and electric power, and full equipment of up-to-date machinery for the manufacture of cars. The capacity of the factory Is 4,000 cars per annum. By March 15th the Company expects to manufacture and ship 30 cars dally. Since January 1st, 40 cars have been supplied agents. Agencies have been established in 28 states. OUTPUT FOR 1910 SOLD. Detroit, January 2, 1910. Mr. Louis F. Newman, Fiscal Agent Demotcar Co.: I hereby certify that we have sold under contracts, for 1910 deliv ery, 3,000 Demot cars, at $550.00 per car, and adequate deposits have been made on contracts. C. L. MORGAN, Manager Demotcar Sales Co. STATEMENT OF MANAGER. Detroit, January 2, 1910. Mr. Louis F. Newman, Fiscal Agent.: I hereby certify that all important parts necessary to manufacture 3,600 cars by September 1, 1910, have been contracted for. JOHN D. KRIEG, Manager Demotcar Company. MANUFACTURE AND CR. Sales contracts for 3,000 cars at $550.. . DR. Contracts for material, etc., for 3.CC0 cars, Assembling and overhead charges Commissions to agents Surplus ACCORDING TO CONTRACTS The stock shows an earning power by September 1, 1910, of about 30 per cent, and can be safely purchased for investment. The proceeds will be used as additional working capital. The Stock will be listed on the New York Curb, thus providing a ready market for Demotcar shares. - Any unsold shares on February 1st, 1910, will be advanced to $9.00 per share. For full particulars address LOUIS F. NEWMAN, Fiscal Agent Demotcar Co., . Moffat BIdg.; Detroit, or 35 Wall Street, New York Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Commercial Arithmetic s y ' A thorough, practical knowledge of the above subjects, coupled with energy and ambition, is a suro and lasting foundation for success. No young man or young woman contemplating a business career can hope to succeed without it. Prepare f yr business, and prosperity is yours. Investigate our courses. They are com p.ete, practical and modern. Our graduates are ever successful; 231 have accepted positions with furniture and lumber firms alone. Write for our "Heart to Heart ralksM on Furniture and Lumber. Thev will interest you. Our catalog Is free for the asking. FALL TERM begins MONDAY, AUGUST 80. McLACHLAN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY,' Banner Liners ... " VOIGT MILLING COMPANY :- nous Portion 01 of the Treasury Stock of Demot SALES STATEMENT. ll.C50.000 8S5.000 90,000 330,000 1,305,000 345,000 Typewriting, English, Business Letierwriiing 1927 South Division Street. GRAND RAPIDS. MICH. Bring Results. CRESCENT FLOUR The Things That Never Happen The woman who uses Crescent Flour never is in doubt as to whether the bakings will be perfect she knows. She never need hesitate over the ordering of her flour, for she knows there's only one kind that suits her requirements. She never feels that the price is too hijjh, for Cre scent Flour always brings results that "justify the price and more. It's these things which never ha pen that have made such a splendid reputation for "The Kind Everybody Likes"J GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN 3 CRESCENT FI.OUR " COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS (OFFICIAL) J Council Chamber, Jan. 21, 1010. Meeting called to order by Mayor Handell. Koll call. Present Aid. Crawford, Hudson, Hull," Menkee, 4. Absent Aid. Pfttnam and Scott Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Moved by Aid. Crawford, seconded by Aid. Menkee, that the following bills be allowed and paid. Which mo lion prevailed. Yea Aid. Crawford, Hudson, Hull, Menkee, 4. Nays 0. Geo. Barton, labor on streets $ Geo. Grinnell, " Henry Scott, 14 44 44 S. Grun, 44 44 44 Harry llerrick, 44 44 44 Art 11 radish, snowplowing i John Antcliir, 44 Al Wells, 44 W.H.Conklin, 44 K K. Fales, Fgt. & dray age Wilson & Skellenger, goods for Mrs. Deer Underwood llros., goods for A. Jewell Wm. F. Sandell, nurse for Adam May bee 40 1 87 1! (52 50 4 65 6 &0 8 00 8 25 8 L'5 o or 2 05 2 00 4 75 12 05 Citizens Telephone Co, phone New York Uelting & Packing Co 4 rubber coats 18 00 Moved by Aid. Crawford, seconded by Aid. Hull, that the following bills as recommended by the Hoard of Water Commissioners, be allowed and orders be drawn for the same. Which motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Crawford, Hudson, Hull, Menkee, 4. Nays, 0. K. K. Fales, fgt. and dray age... $ 25 Citizens Telephone Co., phone rental ,.. .. 4 50 Moved by Aid. Crawford, seconded by Aid. Menkee, that the following bill of Wilson & Skellenger of $1.72, for goods furnished 1). H. Dickens, be audited and referred to the county Hoard of Supervisors. Which motion prevailed. 1 Yeas Aid. Crawford, Hudson, Hull4 Menkee, 4. Nays, 0. Clerk authorized to draw an order on the Contingent Fund, for Mrs. Luella K. Webster, to apply on city note held by her. Moved by Aid. Menkee, seconded by Aid. Crawford, that the Common Council of the city of Helding do now adjourn. .Which motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Crawford, Hudson, Hull, Menkee, 4. Nays 0. W. S. Ixldy, City Clerk. 4 J A dditional I jl jl (jorrespondem ice Keene Center Mrs. Grant Adam, of lhmlield, is visiting at Karle Adams There are several cases of chicken- pox in the neighborhood. Mrs. Frank Daniels visited in Held lng and Howard City last week. Mrs. Musgrove and son Willie, of Lake Odessa, are visiting at Robert llrock's. Robert Abbott has been acting as supply teacher at the Sayles school in place of his wife, who was called to her home in lidding on account of the illness of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reeves, both of w hom are quite ill. Frank Daniels and Frank Sayles were Grand Rapids visitors Friday evening. Keene Sunday-school meets at 1:30 p. in., fast time, every Sunday. Lvery one invited to attend and become in terested in this service. The Ladies Aid will serve an oyster 8upir at George Hardy's this week Thursday evening. The February meeting of the Ladies Aid will be held at the home of the president, Mrs. W. R. Rowen, next Wednesday, February 2. Dinner will be served at noon. Rusincss session at 2 p. m. Mrs. Frank Bayleb and daughter Mrs. Nellie Gott are spending the week in Grand Rapids. n t?lomir V MURB IS TOE PROOF That and "My 9 year old daughter wai weak, pale, and had no appetite. I Rave her Vinol, and ths began to thrive at once. She (rained rapidly in weight, color and strength." Mr.VV. H. C1LMOKE, Durand, Mich. Vinol builds up healthy flesh and makes thin little limbs round and plump. Children love to take it. We return people's money without qnesSIon II Vinol does not accomplish alt vc claim lor It. . Try It, please. CONNELL BROS,, Druggists, Belding. Mr. nml Mrs. John Mclntyrc, of Port Ho wen, Out., and Mrs. O. W. White, of Grand Rapids, were guests at Frank Sayles' last week. Mr. Mc Intyre and Mrs. White are brother and sister of Mrs. Sayles. Win. Converse, of Indiana, is visit ing his brother Hi Converse, who has been very ill with lyphoid-pnueinonia, but is now reiorted Itettr. Karle Adams visited relatives in Grand Rapids over Sunday. Making Life Safer F very where life is leing made more safe through the work of Dr. King's ! rsew Jiife Pills m Constipation, Uil iousness, l)ys(iepsut, Indigestion, Liver troubles, Kidney Diseases and Rowel disorders. They're easy, blit sure, and lerfectly build up the health. -0c at Connell Rros. Grattan Mrs. Kthel Kitson, of Detroit, was called here last week by the death of her grandmother, Mrs. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Seott, of Reld ing, visited her mother, Mrs. J. Richardson, who has been poorly, Sunday.- Win. Helleran, so long an invalid, in not as well and is very weak. Mrs. J. A. Lessiter has gone to Cale donia, to attend the O. K. S. county convention. Mr. and Mrs. IMatt Rowland visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mirra Wel ler, Sunday. 'A. party was gien in honor of Miss Grace' Anderson al Lcssiter's- hall last Friday, and she has returned to her home in Pontiac, after a pleasant visit here. it is estimated that .jX) friends at tended the funeral services held for Miss , Laura Helleran at the Catholic church January UO. She w as a young lady greatly beloved Ijy all. Rev. T. II. Carey olliciated at the funeral of Mrs. Lydia Reed, held at the Grattan church January -0. The burial w as at Ashley cemetery. A company of married people met with Mr. and Mrs. Asn Wood, Jan uary 18, and organized the uHe Hun dred Club." Miss Mary Keating, Mesdaines J. Joice and A. Lyon were in Relding Tuesday. Several of our farmers were also there w ith jotatces. In the death of Mrs. AbhieS. Holmes we have all sustained a great loss Her Christian life, her home life, her irienusnip, ami ner generosity were exemplifications of her daily work for good. In an association of sixty years, as ours has been, the breaking of ten der ties opens the fountain of grief, the stroke coming suddenly. All that was mortal was laid beside her loved ones gone before in Alton cemetery Rev. A..W. Sturgis assisted Rev. Han cock in the sad services. .NIUy the wil was rrnt Our slMtT axl from Mlit A holy radiance blent With (s'Um.iu like nhiht. Sh found tho licHv. nly throng Wo tlu tour staliicil way; taettheesii: Oimt of Life y keeping vigor and vitality at the top notch DR.A.W.CHASE'S NERVE PILLS will help you Health, strength, beauty, success. These aro the words which tell of a happy, joyous life. The foundation of each and all is good, red blood. With red blood thrro is no weakness and disease, no failuro and fatigue. Red blood makes lifo worth living and only when it is present in tho system can you get tho best out of life. Mr. George Ilorkins, of Westinghouse Ave., Wilmerding, Pa., says: "When I began the use of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills in Pittsburg, I was badly run down, weak, nervous, could not Bleep, cold all tho time, ns my blood was thin. Tho Medieino nut mo in splendid shape rapidly and easily, giv ing me steady nerves, a fine appetite, restful sleep, n, general feelinff of en ergy and vigor, and good rioh blood. I)r. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills BO ets. nt all dealers or Dr. A. W. Chaso Medi cine Co., iSnfTalo, N. Y. Portrait and signaturo of A. W. Chase, M. D., the Receipt Rook author, on every box. For Kale by W.-I. Rencdict, Druggist the best . body-building strengthening tonic for Heiicate Children IS " My two children, who were puny and ailing, rnpidly gained fleh ana strength when I began to give them Vinol. I proved that Vinol is a splen did tonic for delicate children." Mrs. C. ALLEN, New Bedford, Mass. Slio hint's tbe glud new song, liedeemed for ayo. We bide Cod's p( rfi'Ci time To iht'ft her there To Miik tlin happy chime. Her joys to share. WHY SALVES FAIL TO CURE ECZEMA They Clog the Pores Only a Liquid Can Reach the Inner Skin. Since the .old-fashioned theory of curing eczema through the blood has been given up by scientists, mnny different salves have been tried for skin diseases. But it has been found that these salves only clog the pores and can not penetrate to the inner skin below the epider mis where the eczema germs are lodered. This the quality of penetrating probably explains the, tremendous success of the only standard liquid eczema cure, oil of wintergreen as compounded in D. D. D. Prescrip tion. After ten years of cure after crrc, the world's leading skin spe cialists have accepted this as the true eczema cure. We ourselves do not hesitate to recommend D. D. D. Prescription at $1.00 a bottle, but for the benefit of those who have never tried the pre scription, we have arranged with the D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago for a special large trial bottle at 25 cents on a special offer now. This first bottle ought to convince every sufferer, and, at any rate, it will surely take away the itch at once. For sale by W. I. Reindict. ZOROL1NK increases the apatite, improves digestion and assimilation, induces refreshing sleep, makes good blood, strengthens the heart, nerves and muscles, rapidly builds up debili tated tissues and exhausted nerves and restores health and strenht. If taken as directed it w ill cure a cold or the Grip in one day. It cures Stomach, Liver and Rowel troubles in iruirvelously short time. Kidney trou ble?, with their attendant Skin dis eases and Rheumatism an quickly re lieved and cured. ZOROLINE CO. Grand Rapids A FEW BIG RURAL MONEY SAVING OFFERS Successful Poultry Journal W) Fruitman and Gardener 50 American Swineherd Kimball's Dairy Farmer 50 ...... 58 All for $1.50. Inter Ocean (weekly) and Farmer I 00 Suceessfull Poultry Journal 50 Farm Life 50 All for $1.45. Ohio Farmer , 75 American Swineherd 50 Successful Poultry Journal 50 All for $1.40. Inter Ocean (weekly) and Farmer 1 00 Fruitman and Gardener 50 Poultry Post 50 All for $1.35. Kimball's Dairy Farmer 50 Successful Poultry Journal 50 American Swineherd 50 All for $1.15. Make and Save MONEY Hy Sending Today for One of These Offers. Big Catalogue Free. H. P. SESSIONS Harry St. Grcenv'lle. Mich. . nro so rci t.-.in th l '. Mk-ediiifr anl ulinir !')!. rnn al m mm wrnva ways bo relieve! and ab J eln solutely curid lr thU tment that we rtonitivel v imai antM ul ia faction or money refunded. SSaS Dn A.W. Chase's doalefsor Dr.A.W.Oiase ? - . Modidne Co.,Lu0alo,N.Y. W1I1LIIHJUI Will Develop Victoria Palls. . A company has been formed to de velop the great Victoria falls, on the Zambesi river, in Africa, as a source of electric energy. These falls rank among the greatest cataracts in ex istence. The total of the water is more than 400 feet. At Niagara the total amount of energy, running to waste has been reckoned at 7,000.000 horsepower, but the corresponding en ergy of the Victoria falls Is said to be no less than 15,000,000 horsepower. When utilized. It is thought that this energy can be employed for working a large part of the South African rail way and that it can be transmitted by cable to the gold mines of the Rand, S00 miles and more away. Growth of Cloves. The principal source of the world's clove supply Is Zanslbar and the neighboring island of Pemba, east Africa. A ten-year-old plantation should produce 90 pounds of eloves to the tree. Tress of 10 years fre quently produce upward of one hun dred pounds each.., Besides the buds, the stems are gathered and form an article of commerce, commanding one fifth the price of cloves and having about the same percentage of strength. To this is due the fact that ground cloves can be bought at a lower price than the whole cloves. Dundee Ad vertiser. An Innovation. The arrest of certain millionaires tn St Petersburg waa a violent waiver of precedent. Tfee approved method Is to declare that millionaires deserve arrest, but to defsr tae process until hr seme mlschaace they have lost taelr money A Wretched Mistake to endure the itching, painful distress of Piles. There's no need to. -Listen: "I suffered much from piles," writes Will A. Marsh, of Biler Uily, JN. u., 4 'till I got a box of Buck ten's Arnica Salve, and was soon cured." Burns, Boils, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Eczema, (Juts, unapned nanus. umiDiains, van- h before It. 25c at Connell Bros. Legal Notices First Insertion Dec 23, 1909, Order of Puhjicatlon. CTATK OF MICHIGAN, Eighth Judicial Cli - rnit rnit. In (,'hanrerv. Suit Dendlni? In Circuit Court for the County of Ionia, In Chancery, at ionla on the 1 8th day or December, A. 19W. Laura B. Dorm an. Complainant Arthur V. Donna, defendant In this eause. It appearing that the defendant Arthur V. Dorinan, Is not a resident of this state and his residence Is not known, therefore on motion of Thomas Johnson, solicitor for com plalnant, It Is ordered, that defendant; enter jhls appearance in said cause on or oerore rive months from the date of this order, and that within twenty days the complainant cause Ihti ordr io be published in tne iielaintr nanner said publication to be continued once In each week for six weeks In succession. Fhakk. D. M. Davis, Thomas Johnson, Circuit Judge, Solicitor for Complainant. Attest A true copy. Fred M. Cook. Kegister OTATE OP MICHIGAN, ElKbth Judicial Cir cult in inancery. Florence L. Halsujn, Complainant TS Walter RaLston, Defendant. Suit pending In the Circuit Court for the County of Ionia; In chancery at the City of Ionl on me zoin nay 01 August, a. U. llJ(jy. In this rase, It appearing from aflidaTit on file that the defendant, Walter Ralston, la not a rest dent of this state, and that It cannot be ascer talned In what state or country he the said Wal ter uaiston now resides, un motion of u, A Colw ell, solicitor for complulnant. It Is ordered lhattne appearance of said non-resident defend ant, Walter Ralston, be entered herein, within five months from the date of this order; and that within twenty days the complainant cause in is orncr 10 oe imoiusuea in tne Heiding nan ner, said publication to be continued once eaeh week, for six weeks in succession Frank D. M. Darls, It. A. Colwell.. Circuit Judge. Solicitor for'Complalnanu Attest: A True Copy. Fred. M. Cook, Register. First insertion, Jan. 21 Commissioners on Claims. CTATE OF MICHIGAN; The Probate Court for tne county or lonia. in the matter of the estate of Fred Ilrelmayer, deceased. Having been appointed commissioners to re ceive, examine and adjust all claims and de mands or all persons against said deceased, we do hereby give notice that four months from the 12th day of January, A. D. 1810 were allowed ty sain couri ior creuitors 10 present tneir Claims to us for examination and adjustment, and mat we win mm at tne residence or J. r. Laux on the south thirty five (35) of the township of OUkoo, In said county, on the 12th day of Marcn. a, v. iviu, ana on me mn day or May A. D. 11)10, at one o'clock in the afternoon of each of said days, for the purpose of examining aua adjusting taia claims. Dated Jan'y 13th, A. D. 1010. J. r. Leans, Frederick Houseman, Commissioners Order for Publication. Elrst Insortlon Dec. 0. OTATE OF MICHIGAN. KioiiTH Judicial CiRtriT, In Chancery. Suit pending In the Circuit Court for the County of Ionla in chancery, at Ionia, on the znd day or December a. v. iuuu. Fred Grondlne, Complainant Arta L. Grondlne, Defendant In this cause It appearing that the defendant. Arta tirondine, la not a resident of the state of Michigan but that she resides at or near Mill Creek in the County of Morgan and State or lennesHee. Thirikobi, on motion of It. A. Hawley, solic itor for the complainant, It U Ordered, that the defendant ArtaL. Grondlne enter her appearance In said cause on or In-fore Four Months from the date or this order, and that within Twenty Days the complainant cause this order to be pnblished in tne iteming tanner, newspaper printed, published and circulated in said county of Ionla, sain piiDiicaiion io ne continued once .In each week for six weeka In succession. FRANK D. M. DAVIS, R. A. HAWLKT, Circuit Judge. Solicitor for Complainant. Attest: A true copy. Lula M. Cook, Deputy Register In Chancery First Insertion Jan. 20 Commissioner's Notice QTATK OF MICHIGAN The Probate Court for the County of Ionla. In the matter of the estate of LYMAN W. HOLMES, Deceased Having been appointed commissioners to re ceive, examine and adjust all claims and de mands of all persons against said deceased, we do hereby give notice that four months from the lllh day of January. A. D. lttio, were al lowed by said court for creditors to present their claims us for examination and adjustment, and that wa will meet at the People's Savings Hank, on Main street. Relding, Mich., on tbe eleventh day of March, A. D. 1910, and on the eleventh day of May, A. D. lsio. at ten o'clock In the forenoon of each of sa'd days, for the purpose of examining and adjusting said claims. Dated J an. 20, A. D. 1910. George W. Moulton, William L, Custer, Commlaalonen. FOOD FOR A YEAR Meat 300 H. Milk 240 qta. Butter 100 Iba. Pgga 27 do. Vegetable .500 Iba. This represents a fair ra tion for a man for a year. But some people eat and eat and grow thinner This means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishing proper ties ten pounds of meat Your physician can tell you how it does it FOB BALE BT ALL DBOQOISTfl Send 10c. name of paper and tbla ad. for oof beautiful Bavins Bank and Child's Bketch-Book. Xaoh baak on tains a Good Lack Penny. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St. New York miemcee niDcmnDV LT'OIIILOO UillLUIUIII Mavor William F. adll Treasurer W. m Cusser Clerk .... W.8. Kddy Marshal George M.iJieii City Attorney Fred L. Warner City HeaJth Omcer George M. Htanton Justices ot the Peace E. U. Laphaiu, Albert L. Spencer. . Aldermen First Ward. J. W. Scott, l.tB. Hud son; Second Ward, George Crawford, George Putnam; Third Ward, W. R. Menkee, Albert Hull. fhipervisors First Ward. Fred M Inter; Second Ward, J. T. Angell; Third Ward, Darney C. Curtis. CHUHCHma. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Pr rices at 10:80 a. m. and 7:SO p. sn. babfcatb School at close of morning service. Prae meeting on Thursday evening. U.nr. ti. W Maxwell, Pastor. CONGREGATION AL CHURCH Services 10:80 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath scfco at 11:46 a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursd evening. Rev. Eohik Collins. Past- r. HAPTIST CUURCH Services at 10:3O4 iii. and 7 50 p. a Kabba;h scLool i.. close I sormng service. Prayer meeting Thu""s j lay evening. Rev. Frank li. Ikving. PaHor CHURCH OF CHRIST Preaching -n eac unday at 10:30 and 7:30. Commnnloi every L-ord's Day. C. E. at 6:30. S. 8 ai vj m. Praver Meeting Thurndav evening Kev. O. W. Wistek. Pastor FREE METHODIST CHUxtCH Praver an praise nerviae, eleven o'clock a. in, Preach rp at 7.80 p. rn Prayer m etlne Frii? l-enlng. Ret. l. Fletcher, astor. nOLY TKINITY EPISCOPAL MISSION Morning praver and sermon In th Cn-inh Houe oi. Congress bt. at 10:30 Hunaav Evening Praver and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. Frank Jackhon. Rector. ST, JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC services at -:00 a. m and 10:80 a. m. alternately everv -undav morulnu. Kiev. Kh. Zinileu. LATTER DAY SAINTS-North Side, Mil lard Addition, corner of Eager and ioulion street Sunday k hool at 10:30, social meet ing at 11-: 30 a, m., preaching at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:8 Everybody welcome. A. N. Hill Pastor CHRISTIAN SCIENCEj-Services every Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock at tbe residence ef Robt M. Wilson, corner of Congress and Pearl Street A cordial welcome to all. Fred J. Warner With Alfred Locke Dwlght C. Sheldon ATTORNEYS AT LA W-Ofr)c- - ' Tuln stra Hardware Main St. Helding. Mich. JAMES E. FERGUSON, M. O. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throa t. ant Kit tinjr of plaates Hour 8 to 10. 1 to 3, 7 to 8 Phones: office No. 1, residence No. 4: OR, O. P. SMITH, DENTIST. Offloe hour to leor. Block. overKahn'c hardw?- t. r . dlnr Mlob OSThOPAT.H Y. J. T HOOK. D. O. LOMJE M. HOOK, l. O. New HHdlnp HUck, Beld!n4T, Mich Ph. r e No. 194 F. W. DORR, M. D. Successor to Dr. Morris Office Hours saiae as Those of Dr. Morris Phone Residence 153; Office 19 Dr. B. J. Fitzmorris VETERNARY SURGEON and DENTIST Citizens 'Phone ) Keiance 203-B citizens "one j Ilo(jpUal 1J03 t All calls promptly attended INSUR AN Cli 30 Old Line Companies. Firs Insurance a Specialty Adam Wagner & Son Also writes Tornado. Sick. Health AeclripnL fnNurtna - Omce-Corner Main and Krldge Strt. Millcr-Harris Furniture Company FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Sneclal attention trlven to the llngof every Funeral detail. Day phone 850 Frank C. Miller Attorney at Law Practices In all Courts Offlct In ..' Silver-Graff BlkM v -onla. Mich. Will be at I. L. Hubbell's offiee crery Wednesday I. S. MORRIS M. D. Detroit, Mich. Rtidnc 198 Woodward A: Office horn 9 to 1 1 a. m. Dowa tow of fir a Ml 2 r... HI J Office hour 1 to 4 p. m. TeUphoa. BU Maia 4674. Really, How Could He? Dentist to garrulous woman In th chair Now, madam. If you want ma to fill this tooth you will have to keep your mouth shut!" Yonkers Statesman.