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To the Public: Yon are hereby notified that the Imanl of assessors of thecity of ItcltliiiK, in eoini!ianee with the direetion of ttic common council of the city of J '.elding, heretofore expressed by a resolution, have made and reported to the common council m'ul liled witli the city clerk of the city of JJelding, asieeial assessment roll, upon which is entered and des cribed all the lots, premises and parcels of land to le assessed and the valuation, thereof with the names of the jersons chargeable with the assessment thereon ami uion w hich is levied against sucn imts(his the amounts to be assessed for the construction of a sewer in Nulxli vision A of Sewer District .Number b the City of Jlelding, which said sew is to Ik.' laid as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the ioint of intersec lion of the center lines oi nruige sire :iikI Leonard street, thence runnii south along the center line of 1 ridge ht reel to a M)iiit nearly opjiosiie tin soiilhwest corner of lot number lifty mie toll of Jieldinir and Kllis' addition to the city of .lidding and connecting wilh the trunk sewer. You are further notified that on the 221 tlay of July, A. J). 1!10, the com moo council, together with the boan of assessors of the city of lidding, wil lie in session from eiirht o'clock in lh forenoon until six o'clock in ihe afte r- niMiii at the council rooms in the citv .f lielilinir. for the nurnose of hearinir objections, reviewing the assessments ami taking such other measures in re gard thereto as provided in the charter Any jHTson objecting to theassessmenl may file his objections in writing will, the eily clerk. Adopted this day of July A. I 1!10. Xotlce. To the Public: You are hereby notified that the board of assessors of tho city of lidding, In compliance with the direc Hon of the common council of the said city, heretofore expressed by a resolution, have made and reported to the common council and filed with the city clerk of the city of lielding a special assessment roll upon which is entered and described all the lots, premises and parcels of land to be as sessed, and the valuation thereof to gether with the names of the per sons chargeable with the assessments thereon and upon which is levied against such persons the amounts to be assessed for the construction of a rower in lateral (A) of sewer district number (2), of the city of Lielding, which said sewer is to be laid as fol lows, to-wit: Commencing at a point on'thc cen ter line of South Bridge street just south of the northwest corner of lot number seventy-four (74) of Broas' second addition to the city of Beld ing; thence running north along the center line of South Bridge street to the point of intersection of the cen ter lines of South Bridge street and Division street and to connect with the sewer constructed on said Divls ion street. You are further notified that on the twenty-second day of July, A. D. 1910, the common council, together with the board of assessors of the city of lielding. will be In special ses sion from eight o'clock in the fore noon until six o'clock in the after noon at the council rooms in the said city of BcMing, for the purpose of hearing objections, reviewing the assessments, and taking such other measures In regard thereo as Is pro vided in the charter of the city of lidding. Any person objecting to the assessment may fde his objec Hons in writing with the city clerk before the last mentioned date or may appear in person on that date. Adopted thbs day of .July, A. D., l'j io. Xotlcc. To the Public: You are hereby notified that the ooaru oi assessors oi me city oi Belu nig, in compliance with thv direction or the common council of the said city of lielding. hertofore exnresscd by a resolution, have made and re ported to the common council and tiled with the city clerk of the said eily of lidding, a special assessment roll upon which is entered and dp fcribed all the lots, premises and par cels or lands to be assessed, and the valuation thereof, together with the names of the persons chargeable with the assessments thereon and upon whkh is levied against such persons Ihe amounts to be assessed for the construction of a sewer in "subdiv ision (A) of sewer district number (10) of the city of Bdding," which fev.or is to be laid as follows, to-wit: "Commencing at the point of in tersect ion of the center lines of Pros pect stieet and Kenwood .avenue, thence i tinning north along the cen ter lire of Piosneet street to the point of intersection of the center line or J'rospect street with the center line of .Masonic avenue if extended easter ly; then commencing at the point of Intersection of the center line of Prospect street and the center line of Masonic avenue If extended easterly and thence running westerly along the enter line of .Masonic avenue to a point on the said center line just west of tho southeast corner of lot number seventy-four (74) of Luth er's Addition to the city of Holding; then commencing at the point of in tersection of the center lines of Pros pect street and Kenwood avenue and thence running west along the cen ter line of Kenwood nvenue to a point on the center line Just west of tho southeast corner of lot number sixty-four (G4) of Luther's addition to the city of lielding; then commen cing at tho point of Intersection of tho center lines of Prospect street and Kenwood avenue thence running aiong tlio center lino of Prospect street to a point on said line Just pouth of tho northeast corner of lot nifmber ono hundred and fourteen (114) of Luther's addition to the city of lielding." You are further notified that on the twenty-second day of July, A. D., 1910, the common council, together with the board of assessors of the city of lidding, will be in special ses sion from eight o'clock In tho fore noon until six o'clock in the after noon at the council rooms in the said city of lielding, for the purpose of hearing objections, reviewing the as sessments and taking such other measures in regard thereto as Is pro vided in the charter of the city of Ueldlng. Any person objecting to the assessment may file his object Hons, In writing, with the city clerk, before tho last mentioned date, or may appear in person on said date. I Adopted this day of 'July, A. D., 1910. Phnmlmrlain'a ClrtninOi ntwl l.lv'Pr Tablets gently stimulate the liver and lxnvels to pvtv1 luisonnns matter. cieanse me system, cure constipation . and tiick headache. fSold by all dealers. . 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All his life Mr. Os born has been a newspaper publisher, and many of the assurances of edi torial support have been received from Michigan editors who know him best through their intimate associa tion with him on matters pertaining to the welfare of the craft, during the years he was actively interested in the various editorial associations of the state. Other offers of support have been received from editors who admire the fearless way he has of discussing public questions. His ut terances at the various political ban quets in the lower part of the state winning him hosts of supporters In every county where ho appeared. It Is instinctive to admire a man who talks plain and strikes straight out from the shoulder, and Mr. Osborn's progress through the southern part of the state has surpassed the fond est hopes of his stanchest friends. Sixty-five Per Cent Favor Mr. Osborn. It Is really impossible to make an accurate estimate of the per cent of Michigan newspapers that are sup porting the respective candidates for governor for the reason that upwards of two hundred publications are in dependent, and are trying to main tain a neutral position. Of the Re publican papers listed in the latest issue of the Michigan Manual sixty five per cent of the number are either actively supporting Mr. Osborn out right or are favorable to his candi dacy. An additional ten per cent have, as yet, expressed no preference on the subject, and include the Clin ton County Republican, Marshall Statesman, Hastings Banner, Char lotte Republican and several other strong weeklies, all of which are dis posed to look upon the Osborn Candi dacy with genuine favor. One of the pleasing things of the campaign, to Mr. Osborn, Is the royal support he is receiving from his home papers, every paper in his con gressional district, comprising 15 counties, with but two exceptions, do ing active work in his behalf. The Idle gossip frequently heard in the southern part of the state that Mr. Os born is going to have genuine op position in the upper peninsula Is not- worth denying. His strength in the north country is well expressed by the sheriff of Alger county, who stated "Mr. Osborn will get 95 out of every hundred votes In the upper peninsula. Ntwcpaper Situation In Other Parts. The unsolicited action of many southern Michigan papers in floating the Osborn banner at their editorial masthead gives some idea of the way the sentiment in the lower peninsula Is crystalizlng for Mr. Osborn. In Mt Pleasant, where Mr. Kelly opened his campaign, an Osborn club, with 300 members, has been organized, and the Central Michigan Times, edited by W. O. Hulllnger, well known In state newspaper circles, is outspoken for Mr. Osborn's nomination. The Isabella County Republican at Shep herd is favoring the Soo candidate. In Alcona county, the Review is for Mr. Osborn, likewise the Indepen dent, one of the strong Republican papers of Antrim county, published at Bellalre. At Plainwell Mr. Osborn has a. strong editorial support from Homer Bryan, editor of the Plainwell News. For several years Mr. Bryan was located at Alpena, and is well known to the craft. The Alpena Evening News, one of the strong papers in the tenth district, looks with favor upon Mr. Osborn. which is likewise true of many of the other party organs in Congressman Loud's bailiwick, Including The Petoskey Dally Record. Harbor Springs Re publican, The Cheboygan Tribune, the rour papers in Presque Isle Mides burg News, Inter Lake and Outlook of Onaway and Presque Isle County Advance, printed at Rogers. In Mont morency, the Atlanta Tribune is fa vorable. In Alcona, the Review, printed at Harrisvllle, is with Mr. Osborn In Iosco the Gazette at East Tawas and the Oscoda Press, both lean to the Oisborn candidacy. The Au Ores Enterprise is for Mr. Os born. In Midland county, the Repub lican, published at the county 8. is supporting the Osborn end. In Bay county, Dick Fletcher Is having a tough time to get things lined up for Mr. Kelley, notwithstanding the alleged "repudiation" of the state ad ministration by Mr. Kelley at Mt. PleaRant. A recent postcard poll in Bay City showed Mr. Osborn way In the lead. Still Farther South for Osborn. In the second and third congres sional districts, where heavy votes will be polled In Interesting congres sional contests, Mr. Osborn Is re celvlng his share of the newspaper support. In Washtenaw, Ann Arbor rimes-News Is behind Mr. Osborn; in fact Washtenaw is conceded to Mr. Osborn, because of the splendid sup port he will receive In the University City. In a recent statement a well known Republican of that county said ae favored Mr. Osborn because It would help the county tickets this Tall, and the vote Is always c'oue on :ounty Jobs in Washtenaw. Mr. Os born has many good friends In Mon roe, and he enjoys the support of the only Republican paper In th county, the Record Commercial. Osborn sentiment is growing In Jackson, where his candidacy is be ing treated very cordially by the pub lishers of tho Patriot and Citizen Press. In Lenawee Editor Perry, o.' the Telegram, g an old time friend of Mr. Osborn's white Mr. Dalley, oi the Times, is devotln his energies to the Townsend campaign. In the third district Mr. Osborn has th sup port of the three daily papers - In Battle CreekThe Moon, Journal and Enquirer and Is making consider able headway in that county, although it has long been regarded as admin istration territory. The failure to make County Clerk Ray Hart warden at Jackson may have something to do with the slump from Kelley. The Recorder, tho Albion dally, has been with Mr. Osborn from the first. The Statesman at Marshall Is friendly. In Dranch, the Courier favors Mr. Os born, and the Reporter Is not doing him any damage. In Hillsdale, Mr. Grandon'a Standard-Herald, one of the best small town dailies In the state, is Inclined to Mr. Osborn, like wise the Leader. Dr. Sawyer, a Uni versity regent from Hillsdale, is ac tive for Mr. Osborn, and with the newspaper aid at hand it Is expected Hillsdale will find a place in the Os born column. Looks Qood Still Farther South, The News-Palladium, of Benton Harbor, Is very cordial through its columns to the Osborn candidacy, also the Banner-Register of the same city. In Dowaglac Mr. Osborn's friends state that he will have splen did editorial support. In Van Buren the South Haven Tribune is friend ly, but this is in pro-Kelley territory, where the lieutenant-governor was born and married, and he has a good support In this section; in fact, the fourth congressional district Ip his best area in Michigan. The Hast ings Banner, one of tho strongest weeklies In the district, in the state for that matter, will be In the Os--born band wagon at an early date. Both M. L. and W. R. Cook are old time friends of Mr. Osborn and en Joy vouching for a candidate who stands for the political reform ad vocated by Mr. Osborn. In Ionia county the Portland Review, edited by Fred J. Mauren, is friendly to Mr. Osborn, and wields a strong Influence In that locality. Over In the seventh another congressional fight Is going on, and Mr. Cramton, of Lapeer, one of the insurgents In the last session, is after Congressman McMorran. Of necessity he Is keeping away from the governorship. In Port Huron Mr. Osborn Is going to have a splendid newspaper support, which is also true throughout the seventh district. One of the strongest Osborn editors le Hon. Perry F. Powers, of Cadillac, who Is for Mr. Osborn because he be lieves him the ideal man for gov ernor. Wexford county will be solid for Osborn. the other newspapers supporting the Soo man. Including the Manton Tribune and Mesick Bun. Outside of Grand Rapids, not a single one of the large dallies is taking sides In the gubernatorial flght, although every paper in DetmH snd Grand Rapids feels very kindly to wards the gentleman from the hoo A CLEAR VIEW. The Allegan Gaxette Graphically Pictures the Situation. One of the most trenchant pens ln Michigan is that wielded by Edw. ; Reld, editor of the Allegan Gazette. Reoently Editor Reid made use of the following language ln comment upon the gubernatorial situation: "There Is humor in the suggestion from any adherent of the Warner Kelley administration, that the up per peninsula Is ridden by corpora tions and that therefore neither Chase 8. Osborn nor any other man from that section should be selected for governor. The upper peninsula has many corporations ana some power ful ones, and for that very reason It has been the pet of the Warner Ad ministration aided and abetted al ways by Patrick H. Kelley, who al ways framed his senate committees ln a way to provide for whatever the upper peninsula wanted. The War-ner-Kelley combination never did anything ln a legislative way but what the upper peninsula wanted done, or was willing should be done, and that section had from them many special favors. Both Warner's third nomination and election were accomplished by the upper peninsula, and Mr. Kelley well knows that 'he will be quite as dependent upon it for election if he is now made the nominee. It was for these reasons and this necessity that Mr. Kelley evaded eaying whether he favored the tonnage tax on ores. Mr. Kelley has neither fear nor hatred of corpora tions so long as they may be used, as he and Warner have used them ln the recent past. It is quite as safe to select a gov ernor from the upper peninsula as to select from the southern part of the state a mere tool of the upper pen insula corporations. In none of these Is Mr. OBborn a stockholder, nor does he hold any mining lands in Mlrhiran Ho ..-l.-kiU erty in the lower peninsula, and so is an "all-around" Michigan man de rv i 7h , " " -KtlJiZ spite tne ract mat his family home Is in Sault Ste. Marie. Mr. Kelley lives ln Lansing, but he has always been the legislative friend of the mining companies, and right now he will not be "too hard" on them, because "they may be where they can do us all some good" ln case the Republican party shall make the woeful mistake of nominating Mr. Kelley for gov ernor. The Gazette does not believe that the Republicans of the state are ready to "select a governor from that class" to which Mr. Kelley belongs, and so provide for certain defeat at the polls In November. . ' " ine whole tenth congressional dls- trict ?ooks to be the strongest kind Of Osborn territory. presque He .ouruy iNewa. , THAT MATTER OF EQUAL TAXATION HON. CHASE 8. OSBORN'S MANLY STATEMENT ON THE SUBJECT OF MINE PROPERTY. Efficient Administration Needed That the People's Will May Prevail. Owoaso, Mlch.-Chase S. Osborn. of a,, .... 1 .1 the Soo. was in Owosso Friday after- noon, and when talking on the ques - tlon of adequate taxation for the up per peninsula mining properties, ad - a u w . . vocated the formation of commls - sion which would have power and ability to put the mines on an equita- ble basis with the rest of tho state Furthermore, he pledged himself, if elected governor, to do all in hi power to bring such a commission into being. "While I sincerely believe," said Mr. Osborn, "that many of those who are discussing the question of lax atlon, especially with reference to ln creasing the mine values and taxation on them are earnest ln their opinions that primarily the question has been raised by those who are interested In creating sectional feeling between dlf ferent parts of the state for political effect There Is not an honest citizen who does not believe ln the adequate taxation of all the property of the state, regardless of where it is situ ated or what It la. "The proposition to make a revision of values is not a new one. This 1 provided for under the law. The re valuation of all property Is made man datory under the law, every five years and a new valuation under this pro vision will be made next year, and would have been made whether the question had been made on issue of this campaign or not. "I earnestly desire to state that the mines and other properties of the upper peninsula should pay their Just share of taxation, as well as other property of the state. The ruining regions of the upper peninsula are 200 miles from my residence and the section ln which I live is under no mor mining influence or domination than Wayne county or Shiawassee county. If this question of taxation which is as old as society, Is raised as an issue for the purpose of ob scuring more important questions then it Is unworthy of being given a first place ln the minds of the people at this critical time. A great question of this campaign, it seems to me, is as to whether the money as raised by taxation shall be honestly expended for efficient government cr whether the state funds shall b wasted among political gratters or hangers-on, many of whom are only interested in holding their job3, and who would not be given a position In private occupation in any of the le gitimate activities of the state. Public Integrity the Thing. "It seems to me that the thing that is most demanded in Michigan to day is that the state shall be put back Into a condition of public integrity by an efficient administration. Until this is done and until men of honest chrracter and capacity occupy . the public places there can be no as surance that an intelligent and hon eat revaluation of the property of the state can be made, or that moneys raised by taxation will be properly expended, or that any of those things that the people most hope for will be accomplished. "A great many departments of the state are at present hampered by needless number of mefiiclent em ployes. Any good executive should be able to reduce the expenses of many of these departments at least one-half, and at the same time in crease the department's efficiency. ine state lias been Republican so long that men who have no higher ambition than to obtain public place for what it pays them, have drifted Into the party from all sides by whole sale. This has reduced the standing of the party and Its character and efficiency. In other words, the party, which is as good today in Its passive personnel as ever before, has be come so careless as to permit the worst elements ln it to dominate by reason of their greater activity. An Expert Commission. "Mr. Osborn, have you personal Knowledge at tnis time whether or not the mines of the upper peninsula are adequately taxed? "I have not; and I don't think any one else knows." "How can this knowledge be ar rived at?" "It can be obtained through the work of a special expert commission, having knowledge of evqry phase of mining, appointed for the purpose." "By revaluation?" "No, by valuation, because there never has been a complete valuation made. This can be done as accur ately by experts, as the valuation of "" UU1 properly can De estimated. I think that a commission of three experts could do the work." "Appointed by the governor?" "Appointed by the governor or leg islature, or elected. Its creation, of course, would be a legislative func tion." "Would you, if elected governor, and there seemed a state-wide de mand for this commission for the revaluation of mines pledge yourself to bring it into existence." "As I have said, it is a legislative function, but I would be glad to lend my influence and do all in my power to help toward Its creation." Detroit News of June 11. Presidentt Taft signed an order abolishing the bureau of equipment ln the navy department and distributing its functions among the other bureaus of the department in accordance with the recommendations of the Swift board. Nt TRUCKLING. Mr. Osborn'a Sound Views Are Plainly' Expressed. Perry F. Powers, of Cadillac, la one of the most ardent and persistent Osborn men In Michigan. 'Powers 13 widely known all over Michigan, and has for years made an intelligent study of state affairs. He believes Mr. Osborn will be the next governor of Michigan, and will give tho state an administration of which every citizen will be proud. Comrrientlng upon Mr. Osborn's fearless, independent and clearly ex pressed views upon the subject of (taxation, recently, Mr. Powers says: teJS?J n!!illIereil,ce' of opIn" l,on touching questions of state taxa- tlon and as t0 Just what proceflure ln . that direction will produce fairest and j Wt satisfactory results. But there : L',not,a .Iot J". the 6tate. who not admire frankness and sincerity ion tne part of men who arpS8eeekVnl positions of responsibility and power, j In his reply to the questions sug- gested to him by the Michigan State Grange, Chase Osborn said: "I am In favor of Iron and copper mines pay ing their Just stfiro of taxation, and ' I agree with even the most Insistent ! on that subject that It Is absolutely I Important and desirable that they should do so." In a further refer ence to the Grange questions Mr. Os born said he did not believe it would be wise or. best to abandon the ad valorem tax system at this time. This system bad been adopted ln Michigan after several years of legislative con tention and state-wide effort and Its results were quite satisfactory. What ever was necessary to be done in or der to require the iron and copper mines to pay their Just share of tax ation could be accomplished. Mr. Os born believes and says without de parting from" Michigan's present pol icy of state taxation. There was not a word or a line In Mr. Osborn's reply which sought to evade or ft conceal or to deceive. He frankly tells the voters of the state through his. letter to the State Grange Just what he will desire to do in the way of insisting upon equal taxation, and the people of Michigan ksow that he will ful fill every promise he makes. There Is more value In such a degree of con fidence than In any possible state of mind produced by whole hours of pleasing oratory or many columns of suitable and complicated statements Intended to meet all sorts of conflict ing requirements and to suggest all things to all men no matter how far apart their sympathies and desires may be. IKirst insertion July" qtatk of Michigan, the Probate Court for J the county of Ionia. At a session of said court, held at the pro bate ottlce. In the City of Ionia, in said county on ine iiiiruein uay ot June a. p. iuiu. Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judt of Pr. bate. In the matter of the estate of Fred Itrelmayer, I'eceased. Frank K. Chase. Adinlnlstrator with the will annexed of said estate, having liled ln said court ins petition tiraylnir thut a lime and place 1h assigned for the examination Hnd allowance of Ins dual account as such Ac'iulni.stralor. It Is ordered, that the first day of August, A. u. iiiiu, attrn o clock m the forenoon. at said probate orilce teandla hereby aj- Ioinieo ior Hearing shm peiiton, ami lor me ex amlnation and allowance of said account. It is Further Ordered. That public notice there of be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In the lidding banner, a newspaper pnmeu ami circuiaien in sain county. A true copy Montgomehy Webster. Anna 1. Webster. Judge of l'robato Kcgister 01 l'rooato First insertion July nth CTATROPMICHK2AN, the Probate Court for - the County of Ionia. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Otlice In the city of Ionia, In said County, on the seventh day of July, A. 1. 1U10. Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge of t'rooate. In the matter of the estate of (ieorge W. Ellis, Deceased. Sophie 11. Kills, widow of deceased, havlnir filed In said court her petition praying that the ancillary administration of said estate In the state of Michigan, Im granted to Siphle It. KHitf. or to some oilier .suitable person. It Is ordered. That the eighth day of August, A. D. 1910, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate otlice, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition: It Is further ordered, That public notice there oflai given by publication of a copy of of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said uay or hearing, in the iicMing Jtanner, a news Iajer printed and circulated In paid county. A true copy. Moskjomehy Wkiistkk, Judge of Probate. Anna P. Wehster, Iteglster of I'robate. First Publication June ICth Order for Publication OTATE OF MICHIGAN, Circuit Court for ihe Countv of Ionia, In Chancery. .Mar lam unison, c omplainant -vs- Orrlson W. Hutson, Defendant Suit Kndlngln the Circuit Court forthecounty of Ionia, In chancery, at the city of Ionia, on the 1 1111 uay 01 .May, a. i. j-jhj. In this cause, it appearing from niliituvii .... file, that the last known place of residence f id.. defendant, Orrlson W. Hutson was ln Uattle Creek, this state but that he left such place ol n-Min-iu c mtoiii imir .iimiiiii ngit and that hi" present place of residence U unknown, on motion rrred I.. v arner, t ompiainani a fttlfclinr It h rdered that the said Defendant Orrli'n u Huts ti cause his appearance to Im-enierett iin.r..' 111. wiwnu wine ihonins ironi Ihetlnin t n.u truer, ami in case oi 11 is appearanco that i... cause his answer to Ihe bill of eon, plaint to lc nieu, ami n copy merem i im scrvcii on (he com plainant s solicitor, wiuiin urieen days after service on him of'a copy of said bill, and lu.tlee 01 tins order; ami mat in ueiauit thereof said bill is ibkcii as coiuesscii ity ine said lion resident ICieiHlHIIl. And It Is further ordered, that within twenty lays the said complainant cause u4iiirr ,r 1.1. irder to lie published In the JlcJnfhir itaiitw.r iif WMiniier oilmen, imiihimicii mill CircillHllna In snm i-miuiy, mm uihi.-vm u puoiicaiion lie contin ued therein, at least once In each week, for six weeits 111 succession, or mat lie cause a cimv ..f (LI- I-. . all.r I ... . . " mi.-. . 1,. ir.T .-M i,,-,! itii saii non resident defendant, at least twenty days before me iiiiiu imivr presiw iiN-ii nir nix appearance. IKAillk I. !. I'AVI.H, Circuit Judge, Fred I Warner. Complainant's Solicitor (Attest: A true copy) Fred M. Cook, Register In Chancery First Insertion, June 2 Commissioners on Claims. . QTATK OF MICHIGAN; The Probata Court J for the County of lonla. In the mnr ,.r .. estate of Margaret A. Jersey. Deceased. Having been aplolnted commissi. eelve, examine and adjust all claims and de mands or all persons agalnsr ftald deer ased we do hereby give notice that four months front the twenty seventh day of May, A. D. lido were al pwpu oy sum coun mr eiinuors to present their alms, Dated May 20th. a. D. 1jo William J. Wilson, Oscar A. Day, Commissioner!! riniuis vi us mr i-inimiinimii ann adjustment and that we w ill meet at the store of Wilson & Skel lenger In the City of Peldlng. Mich., In sal.l County, on the 27lh day of July. A. D Pip) anil on the 27th dav of S pieniber. A, D. lido a'l let! o'clock In the fore noon of each of Mid days for the purtiose of examining and adjusting 'i.i K91 JVJ IMJ u uu How can the baby grow strong if the nursing mother is pale and delicate? Scott's Emulsion makes the mother strong and well; increases and en riches the baby's food. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR STOMACH? Do you want a better one one that won't belch gas, or turn tour, or led heavy 01 make you (eel miserable? Cures indigestion It relieves stomach distress in five minutes. It turns old, unsatisfactory, rebellious stomachs into new ones, ever ready to digest the hearti est meal. We guarantee Mi-o-na Cab let to cure stomach disease. Money back if they fail. 50 Ctali a Large Box For sale by W. I. Henidict. Sympathy. Sympathy Is one of the 'great s crets of life. It overcomes evil and strengthens good. It disarms resist ance, melts the hardened heart, and develops Flie better part of human na ture. Hugh Mack. BUSINESS DIRECTORY j CITV OMCEHS. Mayor William F.Sandull Treasurer. ... W. I.ee Cusser Clerk W. S. Kfldy Marshal James. Megtnley City Attorney Fred I.. Warner City Health Oilicer George M. Stanton Justices ot the Peace K. 11. I.apham, Albert 1.. Spencer. Aldermen Flr4 Ward, Henry G'lldeinelster, E. E. Hudson; second Ward. George Crawford, Daniel Skelleiiger: Third Ward, Frank T. Con- IH II. Albert It. Hull. Supervisors First Ward. Fred L. spencer; Second Ward. J. T. Angeli; Third Ward, liarney C. Curtis. CHURCHZ9. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Se; vices at 10:3o a. m. and 7:3o p. m. Sabtiati School at close of morning service. I'rav meeting on Thursday evening. Mkt. U. W Maxwell, Pastor. CUNGKFUATIONAt.CHl'KCH Services a lf):3a. in. and 7:3( . m. Sabbath sen- V. 11:45 a. ni. Prayer meeting on Thurs-'.-t veninF. Itiv. KdkirColuns, Past.r. HAPTIST CHUKCH-Servlces at P:moj u. and 7-"Jtp. :a fcihba.h scL.il .rl?.e I nornuif service, prayer mcet'n ru'e;v lay evening. . :rv, 1';;ank l. Ihvin'u Pastor CHUHcn OK CHlilbT Preacntng n e:U Sunday at 10:30 and 7:30. Comniunioi every Lord's Day. O. I at 6:30. S. S a 12 m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evcnln 'lev. I. S. Iti ssi nj p istir Fit EE METHODIST Uu.-, I'rayer an uraise serviae, eleven o'clock a. rn. Preach ng at 7. J( k m Praver nieeiinp i-'rula vening. Krv. L. M.ktchek. Pastor. HOLY Ti UNITY EPI.soOPAL MISSION Mot nlng praver and sermon In th. Un.nli House on C.ngess t. at 0:3U Sunday. Evening Praver und sermon at 7:30 p. m. Hev. J. Frank Jackhon. Hector. ST, JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC Services at i:00 a. m and 10:30 a. m. alternately every Sunday morning. Krv. Fn. Zisi.i.hu. LATTER DAY SAINTS North Side, Mil lard Addition, corner of Eager and Motiltoit street Sunday school at 10:30, social meet ing; at 11:30 a, in., preaching at 7:30 t. m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Lverytxidy welcome. A.N. Hill Pastor CHRISTIAN SCIENCE;--Servlccs every Sunday morning ul UiA', o'clock at the residence .f Kohl M. W ilsuii, corner of Congress ami Pearl Street A cordial welcome to all. Fred 1. Warner With Alfred Locke Dwifctc. Sheldon ITOKNEYs AT f A W-t irt'ce : Ovi r Tuln stra Hardwate Main St. Delding. Mich. 2 JAMES E. rEHCUSON. M. D. TPye, Kar. JS'.sr ;uul Tlirc.;i t. ; m it J-,tinj. of o;.s- Hours H to 10. I to 5, 7 to 8 I'liufn-iuiiu f No I, n-HuVnce No. 4. . OR. (i. SMITH. iMTis r.-tiriM ..,,r i w. ft. . Leonard ' nines ni pr Kurill' 'In? Mlcb STI1()PATH V. J- T HOOK. I. O. I.OLUI- M. HOOK, l. O. h w Iteltlir.r Hlncfa. RHiilnff MU; f'h-t No MM F. W. DORR, M. D. Succcsior to Dr. Morris Office II ours same as Those of Dr. Morris Phono Residence 153; Office 19 Dr. B. J. FitzmoiTis VKTERNARY SUINJEON and DENTIST Citizens' 'Phone lf 'lI"n- Sio:i-a tn . . Hospital "MV.-A Ml call promptly attended INSURAN C F. 30 ll Line Companies, l ira Insurance a Specialty Adam Wagner & Son Also writes Tornado. Sick. Health Accident Insurance. Omce-Comcr Main and Hrldgu Streets. Miller-Harris Furniture Compan FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING pecli1 attention plven to the prot-er hani Uneof every Funeral detail. Day phone i35o N'lKht7l 2r. lielding. Mich. ' I. S.MORRIS M.D. Detroit, - . Mich. Resident 1988 Woodward Ar: Offie hour 9 to 1 1 a. m. Down town of f ic 6 1 2 Gat Bid. Off ico hours I to 4 p. m. ToUaphcn, Bell Main 4674.