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MAKES WORK EASIER
Delding People Are Pleased to Learn How It is Done It's pretty hard to attend to duties With a constantly aching back; With annoying urinary disorders. Doan'a Kidney Pills make work easier. They cure backache. They cure kidney ills. Leon lily, It. F. 13. No. 19, lielding, Mich., says: "I have unlimited conti pnce in f)onn's Kidnev Pills. Five or six years ago I wrenched my back and a cold which I caught soon afterward aggravated my trouble, making me un able to work. I was laid up for one whole summer and was miserable in every way. Having Doan'a Kidney Pills brought to my notice, I procured a supply and a few boxes ellected rnmtiltle cure." The above statement was given in November. 190(5. and on June 5, lUO'J, Mr. Illy said: "The public statement 1 gave in favor of Doan'a Kidney Pills some years ago still holds good. The cure this remedy effected in my case has been permanent." For sale bv al 1 dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. 'Remember the name Doan's and take no other. h CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 5 and savings books issued by Sandell's Dank read this way: "Inteiest will be Said hereon at the following rates per nnuni. 3 per cent if left three months. 4 er cent if left six months. 5 ier cent if left one year." Wouldn't you rather possess one than have your money lying idle or drawing less interest? Would like to talk with you about it 5 SANDELL'S BANK 5 TO LOAN m ....BY THK.... Holding Building and Loan Association ; ihoe who wish to build a house o. ny of your mortgage; or in buying i bom already built on easy terms of monthly install ments. For particular '.all at their office. Chore is nothlag better in Holding r investment than stock in the Bel lug Mulliiing and Loan. Stock of ' i h. Series No. 61, is now open to all. A. WAGNER, Sec'y. else (nliH. I i. .-. and female ..nessesi thi. ..cdy, as then.:. : the supreme . have testified. SVERAND DOUBLE it s the hx.it mtdicine ever over a druggist's counter. sold VicK's Garden and Floral The 6 1 st edition of this book is ready, and it's bigger, better, more useful and " handsomer than ever. Tells all about Vick Quality Vegetable and Flower Seeds An article by Prof. L. B. Judson tells how to sow for big crops, and directions are given for growing the most delicious Vegetables and Fruits, and the Flowers will make your garden famous. Your name and address on a postal will bring a copy free, too. . SPECIAL OFFER Ons packet Vkk'i Day break After, one packet Vick'a Branching Altera (mixed colors), and our valuable boob "How to grow Altera," all for to cent. Special Premiums We offer special premiums amounting to 1 1040 for the best Vegetables and Asters grown from Vick Quality Seeds. Both to be exhibited at the N. Y. State Fair. There is no entrance fee, nor expense. Write right now for the Guide. JAMES VICK'S SONS 143 Main St. ROCHESTER, N.Y. Dn. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY Will Surely Slop Thai Cough. Breathe J No stomach dong4reatke the pleasant, he.Jing. germkilling ail of Homei, and cure CATARRH. COUGHS, COLDS. CROUP. tCRt THROAT. MOWGKTTS. ETC. 7 Complete outfit, including hard rubber in haler, $1.00. on money-back plan. Extra bottle 50c Druggists everywhere, and bv For sale by W. I. BcnidicU ifa" tefcure 'ROUND ABOUT OS. Weekly Grist of Newsy items Reported by Our SpecUt Correspondents. Drink Will Chase, wife and daughter's Blanch and Margie and son Chauncy of Delding, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Chase Kunday. Will Driggs and daughter, Mrs. An nie Sutton and children visited relatives at HubbardstonoverSunday. Sine Connor and wife of Kaston, was callers at Mrs. Chauncy Chases Sun day afternoon. Lee Snow of Itonald, was visiting friends and relatives in the neighbor hood Monday. Miss Lena Snyder and gentleman friend from Ionia, visited her sister, Mrs. Vern Leach over Sunday. Lyle Hotchkiss and sister, Blanch of Otisco, visited Loren Howard and Ethel Chickering Sunday. Hass Chickering and wife visited her brother and wife, Will Fisher of Deld ing, the many friends of Hass Chicker ing are glad to know his health is im proving. M. L. Howe and wife attended church in Belding, Sunday. Commander Julius A. Pratt, Post No. 143 Dept. 111., G. A. K. Mr. Isaac Cook, Commander of above Post, Kewanee, 111., writes: "For, a long time I was bothered will backache and pains across my kidneys. About two months ago I started taking Foley Kidney Pill and soon saw they were doing just as claimed. I kept on tak ing them and now I am free from back ache, and the painful bladder misery is all gone. I like Foley Kidney Pills so well that I have told many of my friends and comrades about them and shall recommend them at every oppor tunity." Sold by Wortley & trench. Keene Heights Stanley Hunter was home from Lans ng, from Saturday until Monday. Loyd Bigley was home from Grand Rapids, from Saturday until Monday. Dale Jepson came up from Grand Rapids, May 8th and spent the day with his parents. Gale Rowen of Saranac, was the guest of his parents, May 8. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hunter visited j her brother, H. S. Welch in Ionia, Sun day. Joseph Honson and family spent Sun day at Miriam. Misses Irene Bigley, Beulah Heether, Sylvia Rose and Margaret Haskins j passed the county eighth grade exam- nation taken at Ionia, May 5th and 6th. Lion Fondles a Child In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled the hand that a child thrust into his cage. Danger to a child is sometimes great when least regarded. Often it comes through Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. They slay thous ands that Dr. King's New Discovery could have saved. "A few doses cured our baby of a very bad case of Croup," Ueorge H. Davis, of Mat wriies .Mrs. ueorge Itock, N. C. "We always give it to him when he takes cold. Its a wonder ful medicine for babies." Best for Coughs' Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Hemorrhages, Weak Lungs. 60c. tl.OO. Trial bottlefree. Guaranteed at Connells drug store. Keene Center The remains of Mrs. Israel Cave were brought back from California to the home of her son Ed last Thursday ami funeral services were held at Keene church Hutiday at 1 o'clock, with inter ment at Lowell. A good woman is gone from our midst. We shall miss her and our sympathy goes out to her son and daughter, who have lost a loving mother. Mrs. Dan Carr is in Flint for medical treatment Chad lee ami It. F. Wilkinson are o 1 the sick list. The Keene (j range will hold a May Festival al their hall Y riday evening, May ii". A genuine feast will besened at 15 cents a plate; 10 cents for children under ten year. All the delicacies of the May season will be 011 sale at vari ous booths, presided over by handsome young ladies. A prize will be given j for the most artistically arranged bou 1 quet, everyone eligible to compete. 1 he 101 lowing program has been pre pared: Song, audience; recitation, Fve lyn Brock; instrumental solo, Verna I Strong; recitation, I,ee Lampkln; vocal Uolo, Vern Clark; recitation, Milo Ab- bolt; vocal duet, Stella Frost and Lucy jCahoon; recitation, Hazel lce; instru mental solo, Flva llowen; reading, N. D. Trask; vocal duet, F. G. Wilson and Kthel Wilson; recitation, Hazel Feck; recitation, Esther Luzz; instrumental solo, Blanche Itenwick; reading, Lyle llowen, vocal solo, Milo Abbott; recita tion, Lula Hale; solo, Stella Frost; in strumental duet, Gladys Cahoon anil Verna Strong; tableau. What Everybody Wants Kverybody desires good health which is imiosHible unless the kidneys are sound and healthy. Foley's Kidney Remedy should be taken at the first in dication of any Irregularity, and a seri ous illness may be averted. Mold at Wortley & French. G rattan Four more frosty nights the past week and many fear their strawberries and other fruit will be scarce this sea son. Part of our farmers were ready to plant corn last week, but the cold weather delayed the planting. "Grandpa" Gehan is very poorly from physical weakness and extreme old age. Mrs. Thomas Dyrne of Grand Rapids has hired Albert Smith to care for her farm here, where she will pass part of the summer. Mrs. Cass Madison is confined to her bed with the grip, attended with a very bad cough. Miss Marguerite McCauley is in Grand Rapids with her sister, Mrs. Fred Matice, also having her ankle treated, which has never been right since the bad sprain over two years ago. Miss Vera McArthur was in Grand Rapids May 12, her parents, Frank McArthur and wife, returning with her to visit their son, Ray McArthur, and family and other near relatives. There was a large attendance at the May party in E. E. Lessiter's hall May 13, with music by Mrs. P. Guthon, pi anist, of Grand Rapids and W. E. Weeks, violinist, late of California. Mcsdames Kate Lessiter and Minnie Whitten, with Worthy Matron Fannie McArthur ot Venus Chapter O. E. S., Grattan, are in Grand Rapids attend ing the Kent county convention of the O. E. S. held May 17. Miss Lillian Edwards of Lowell Sun day ed with her former schoolmate, Mrs. Herbert Jakeway. John Mason returned from a trip to Grand Rapids and Lansing May 14. C. M. Slay ton went to Grand Rapids Monday on business. Mrs. George Ward has a sister from a distance visiting her. A Regular Tom Boy was Susie climbing trees and fences, jumping ditches, whitling, always get ting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds. Hut laws! Her mother just applied Bucklen's ArnicaSalve and cured her quick. Heals everything healable Boils, Ulcers, iMzema, Old Sores, Corns or Piles. Try it. lSc at Connell's drug sloie. Otisco C. M. Hubbard and family were Sun day guests of K. J. Reeves and wife. Mrs. R. Bradish and Mrs. P. F. Cur tis of Belding were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. Abegail Phillips. Mrs. W. N. Rogers and little son of Belding spent Saturday night and Sun day with her mother, Mrs. Dennis Skellenger. Mrs. A. S. Dimmick and Mrs. J. W. Bolenbaugh and daughter Eileen of Belding were guests of the former's daughter, Mrs. 11. J. Storey, Wednes day. John Morse and wife were in Green ville Sunday. Harry Phillips and lady friend of Grand Rapids were guests at the Phil lips home Sunday. Willard Phillips of Beldin-j was also a visitor there. Geo. Fish and wife of Belding and Don White of North Otisco were Sun day guests at the home of W. L. Reeves and family. L. J. Kimberly and B. J. Storey went to Mc Brides Sunday, the former to visit his cousin, R. S. Bentley, and the latter his parents. John Mehney of Belding and Herbert Mehney of Smyrna, with their families, spent Sunday at the home of their par ents, N. Mehney and wife. The' Sunday school which was or ganized about four weeks ago is a great success in every way. The avenge at tendance has Uen about sixty. An other class consisting of little folks has Ijceti organized with Mrs. Walter Fisk as teacher. Sunday school calls at 4 o'clock, immediately after services. Everylody iniled to church and Sun day school. An Ideal Husband is patient, even with a nagging wife, for he knows she heeds help. She may le so nervous and run-down in health that trifles annoy her. If she is melan choly, excitable, troubled w ith loss of a pi c tite, headache, sleeplessness, con stipation or fainting and dizzy 8ells, she needs Electric Hitlers the most won derful remedy for ailing women. Thou sands of suflerers from female troubles nervous troubles, Imckache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy. Try them. Oniy .7)c. Satisfaction guaranteed at Con nell's drug store. Alton-Moseley Weather the past week has Ucn too cold and all fruit, including plums, Htrawticrries and cherries, are killed. Win., Dell and Day Condon's attend ed the funeral at Keene church Sunday of Mrs. Cave, who died In California and was brought back here for burial. Mr. IiOlt of Keene is quite low and may not live long. Gome to Greenville at our expense. We will pay your rail road fare both ways on a purchase of $5 or over. 100 Pretty Wash Dresses Just in from New York $5.95 and $7.95 Through our New York representative we secured a big- lot of charmingly pretty wash dresses at a very low price. There are about 100 garments in this special purchase, and they came in by express Saturday. This is posi tively the biggest lot of this class of merchandise ever brought to Greenville; and this sale will offer absolutely the biggest bargains. We have divided this purchase into two lots, and marked them at $5.95 and $7.95 but they are worth much more. It affords, an extraordinary opportunity to save on wash dresses and every woman should not fail to look over the wonderful assortment on sale. These wash dresses are made in the popular one-piece styles, most of them come with the ever favored Dutch neck. They are excellently made from selected repp and linens in a great number of colors, such as white, cream, champagne, light blue, lavender, Copenhagen, pink, wisteria, and others; handsomely trimmed with braid, and have point Venice insertion set in; some of these dresses have detachable pearl buttons. These garments are very fashion able, dressy and serviceable, and are worth much more than the prices we have marked while they last, we offer them at j Here are a ii v ci Pretty one-piece linine dresses, in a big variety of colors, rose, pink, blue, nat ural linen etc., trimmed with soutache braid in fancy de signs in front, yoke, collar and cuffs very fine values S2.70 C. Wiggins and Fred Wingeir raised their barn frames last week. Airs. Tommy Condon closed the Al ton district school Friday with a picnic dinner, short program and contest with prizes for apple bobbing and peanut race. Kldin White won two and Miss Margaret Blosser one. The school has been a success. Potato market at Moseley is quite dull, not many being brought in. STOMACH MISERY FOR OVER SIX YEARS ; Read what Mr. Hoffman, landlord of the Webster Hotel, writes: 44I suite red misery and intense pains from stomach trouble forover six years, and all the doctoring that I did or med icines I used wereof no avail until about two years ago, when I use I a treatment ofMi-o-na. The first few days' treat-' ment helped me greatly and ujxw using it a while I was made entirely free from any stomach trouble or complaint whatever. Since the cure by Mi-o-na I have regained my weight, I eat and sleep well, am never nervous, and my entire general health is much lietter " Max M. Hollman, Webster, N. Y., ' Aug. 2, 15)09. Mi-o-na stomach tablets relieve dis tress in live minutes. They act like magic. They are guaranteed to cure sour stomach, gas eructations, heart burn, dizziness, biliousness and nervous nass, or money back. For sale by druggists everywhere and by W. 1. Benedict for W) cents a large box. Try Booth's Tills for constipation; they never disappoint, U-'jc. L . . J This Amount Will be. Given for Any Case ol Rupture the Appley Truss will Not Hold. Dorr, Mich., May 2nd, 1910. APrLEY TRU83 CO., Grand Rapids, Michigan. Gentlemen: I have worn many trusses but, The Appley Truss Is the first one In a period of 12 years that hm ever held me and given me real benefit. Until I bought your truss I was unable to work at all, but since that time I have been able to do all kinds of Tarm work just as usual. I am satisfied that I am completely cured as I have not seen or felt ray rupture for over a year. I have recommended your truss to many of my friends and can say that they are either cured or perfectly satisfied. Your friend, FHED SEBRIGHT. Are you discouraged.' have you been deceived? Have you given up hope of being helped and cured? 1 hen take heart. The Apply Truss will hold you and if direct iona are. faithfully followed, a cure will he effected. This ia positively ao. $23 M reward If we fall. Don't wait another ljy. Our form for self mensurrment has reduced ordering by mail to an exact ecience. Send for booklet. Read of our wonderful auccess. . Investigate. Se wht we have done for others. APPLEY TRUSS CO., 48 Monroe St, Grand noplds, Mich. JAGOBSON'g GREENVILLE, MICHIGAN $5.95 and $7! few other special values in Wash dresses y uiic ui mem One piece dresses with the new and desirable overskirt effect; belt, front and sleeves beautifully trimmed with braid, very attractive dresses and exceptional values at $5.40 for backache, rheumatism, Foley's Kidney Pills purify 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, many different salves have been tried for skip 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 lodged. 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 ct:ro, 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. The Appley Trust Co., Grand Rapldt, Mich., have been curing the moat danger oua and obatinate ruptures for over twenty, five years. They are ao positive of holding any rupture, no matter how bad or how long standing, that Manager Hughes auth orizes this paper to offer a reward of $2S.M for any case they do not hold successfully. Many people believe that rupture can not be cured. Just read this: iiicaiia a uig Mercerized Batiste dresses in the latest one-piece effects; come in white, pink and other shades, lace yoke, front and back trimmed with val lace insertion, very swell garments; only .85 sum kidney or bladder trouble, the blood, restore lost vitalfty Crescent Flour CRESCEllT FLOW tween miller, grocer and house y wife by a quality and price that leaves every one satisfied. What Crescent Flour has done for your friends, it can do for you. It takes only the first sack to convince, and that pur chase is protected by a guarantee of absolute satisfaction. Sold by F. H. Hudson, Lamb Bros., Al. Wells, Batche lor & Brown, Wilson & Skellenger, E. E. Hudson, W. W. Case, Underwood Bros., Clark W. Connell. (QRESCENT JTLOUR Voigt Milling Co. Dally Steamrs from Holland and Gt. Joatph to Chicago O. H. H. & C. Steamboat Express leaves Grand Ilaplds dally at 8:00' p. in., connecting on the steamer dock at Holland with boat leaving at 9:30 p. m. Steamer leaves Chicago 8.-00 p. m. week days. Fare $2.00 from Grand Kapids. Close connections with 1. M. H. li. at Holland. The right Is reserved to change this schedule without notice. GRAHAM a MORTON LINE Chicago DockFoot Wabash Avo. We are agents for' the "Free" the only insured sewing ma chine. Ask for a de monstration when here. od v mg Beautiful one-piece dresses in white only, skirt 27 inch embroidery flouncing with lace edging, tucked at yoke, has pretty val lace insertion; one of the most bewitching styles we carry, only $12. f ml and urinary irregularities. and vigor. Refuse substitutes- Brings Results Do you know that Crescent Flour has done more for the wo man who dreaded bake day than any other brand of flour on the market? Do you know that during- the last thirty odd years Crescent Flour has straightened out more domestic kinks than the laws of our government? Crescent Flour has established Grand'Rapid Mich.