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V telly (Jrtst of Neusy items Reported by Oa Sped I Co-respondents. Cook's Corners The Ladies Aid social will be held Friday p. m., May 17, ut the home of Mrs. Mark lirown. lira. N. Meheiiey and grandson, Gerald, returned from Detroit Monday. P. Curtis of lidding Is doing a Job of painting for L. J. Kimberly. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dimmick and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dimmick of Held ing spent Sunday with 11. J. Storey and family. All are pleased to know that Kdwin Thompson is gaining so rapidly from his severe illness. Mrs. Jane Showers went to Moseley last Monday. Mrs. L. Taylor spent the last of the week at C. L. Beardsley's. Mrs. Cora Skeltenger spent Sunday with Mrs. John Morse. Carl Oieger and family enjoyed Sun day at Wrn. Donners. Fred Reeves hail the bad luck to get quite badly kicked last Saturday, night. Mrs. Win. Hanks of Lansing is here disposing of her household goods' before going to Join her husband in Colorado. Ed Reeves and family visited at C. M. Hubbard's, Saturday evening. ilarry Reeves and wife of Grand Ledjre and Fred Smith of Belding were Sunday callers at W. L. Reeves'. Mrs.. Alary Taylor passed away at the home of home of her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Ueardslee, Friday, May 3rd. Death came as a relief us she had been a constant sullerer for the past year. Much sympathy is extended to the SUI KLES Cured By Vinol Here is Proof Seymour. Ind. "I was troubled with a chronic stomach trouble, and flra weeks ago It got so bad I had to give up work. I had tried various medi cines without relief, and wi flnaiiw Induced to try Vlnol. After takln the first bottle I waa ereatlv benefit? Am now on the third bottle and ready to resume work. Am rapidly gaining in weight and strength." Edw. Nle- man. Auction Sale The undersigned will sell at public auction at her barn, No. 40 South Pleasant street, Belding, Mich., on Hat urdayMayll, 1012, commencing at one o'clock p. m., the following prop, erty, to-wit: 1 Dapple gray gentleman's drkln horse, standard bred, weight 1100, time 2:15; set of work harness, single harness, light web harness, light collar, extra work collar, rubber tireU onen drivlnc? wagon, light track waxon. two nalr bobsleighs, two lumber wagons, ton It Is the curatlre medicinal ele- r"?8 .CUVr open cuUer htty ments of the cods livers, combined lruioie I0rKi nvil and vise. Sorrowing familv. James Taylor of Romulus and Mr. w,th the "trengthenlng properties of Jun"y or nd tools, bed and springs, ! PARISIAN SAGE Nothing Like It For Removing Dan druff And Stopping Scalp Itch Every man, every woman, boy and girl should tight the dandruff" gsrms inai are sure to cause railing hair and baldness. PARISIAN SAGE is so delightful to use; u is instantly refreshing and in vigoratlng ami best of all it kills the uandrufl germs. V. l. Benedicts guarantees it for Itching scalp, falling hair. He guaran tees u as goou as a bond. Mrs. Anna Drown, Rockville. Conn. writes: After 1 used the tirst bottle of rAUISlAN SAGE my hair stopped falling. I do not think there is anv. thing better for falling hair and itching eaI n " Large bottle 50 cents. and Mrs. Chester Loom Is and son of Redferd were here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary Taylor. Mrs. M. A. Godfrey and daughter Cora of Relding visited relatives in this vicinity over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harrison and family spent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clifford. tonic iron contained In Vlnol which I CMe wng rocker, outhouse makes It so successful In restoring I closet, and many other articles. perrect'CIgestlon ll MAY BARGAIN FESTIVAL Saturday, May II to Saturday, May 18 The first real days of spring finds every de- &artu e oftthlsJ.B,g Stre cram full of New resh Merchandise. To make this truly a Festival Month in the very heart of the season we are going to place on sale some startling bargains made possible only by the enormous buying power of this biV institution. 6 or ana at tne same time It builds tip the tired, over- worked and run-down system. Try a bottle of Vlnol with tha tra. derstandlng that your money will b returned If it does not help you. H. J. Connell, Druggist, Belding, Mich i North Easton Mr. and Mrs, Manley Lansing of are rnosqultos. As they sting they put Belding were over Sundav truest, of Terms of Bale: All sums of $5.00 or under, cash; on all sums over $6.00, six month's time will be given on goal Hjjpruvcu uauKaoie notes bearing In- terest at six per cent, per annum. Two per cent off for cash. MRS. A. A. CONNER, Krop'r. j. r. uouLu, Auctioneer. 8w2 The Demons Of The Swamp deadly malaria Orleans Laundrv work left t r.K..m, Th.?o.Tow & SJ reUUve' ' viclnHy. wll. U l to U,. Bi.k CUy 8tm of fever. The appetite flies and the Mrs Ernest Leach and baby of Grand umlry n returned here. 47-w3 sirengm rails; also malaria often paves Kapids are spending a week with his . v kjrunuiu. uui narfnts. Mr. tH m ri v.ul i Junes ineno. imn n va. The ladies club met at Mr. and the Electric Hitters kill and cast out thr tne malaria germs from the blood; give nne oley'e Honey and Tar Compound Mrs. family medicine that helped all the VUU H II I if Hnttalita un, I artui ..- I Ifwmr. . - I . Ti . . .iV . wui in cviuiia ias tuursuay. a nne 'ways Keena it on hami .MhLfJfJSf' s '. i1-.. Frank Hall Jr. Th. t m.r ...n 'm 'll. and we used Poln'a v..v MVbfelca tail LlIC NlHIHriH I - - .. . . I irom my system, and I've hail trnti health ever since." J 5 est for all stomach uvej ana kidnev ills. GO cts. at :-n neirs Ururf Htore. iinnov oni a a ln Rt Mr. !.... t .. "iYw,"i'"unu. n certain. v,6 i,j-,1B, June o, an iiy curea us ana I recommend u - . - I - . . . no u nciuucrs are reqnesiea to be present as IS000 couirn ana cold cure." Wortley it Is election of officers. French. into his Bartonville Orace Moon is helping Mrs Harold Gardner clean house. Frank Condon, who has been sick the past year died Sunday, May 6th, at the home of his mother, Mrs. 8. Condon. Mrs. F. J. Richmond went down to visit her daughter, Mrs. C. E. Bowen, last Saturday and stayed until Monday afernoon. Several from this place attended the Friendship Club held at Smyrna last Thursday. Long Lake K. Whitford moved cottage Saturday. Mr. Amnet of Ionia is spending a few days at his cottage. uranuma lavender walked over ti Reimers park, Wednesday, and back home quite a walk for ninty-four years old. Orla lirown, who has been sick with pneumonia, is out again. Grandma Whitford who is staying wun her daughter, Mrs. A. Brown, has been quits sick, but is better. There w ill be a social at Leonard McPhurson's, Friday night, girls bring Wesley Simons of Eureka spent part of last week with his sister, Mrs. Charity Powers. Airs. Berieck called on Mrs. Krick Tuesday. Mrs. Become Our Representative A company having the highest repu tation for reliability and liberality for Levi I over twenty years, can mitnn ,m. of men in unoccupied territory, training UN. rtarhnm on 1 1 n If ham In ls.ni r. V I n ntu un in i a. I nilll' I oainuiauMiiu. IJay 1I1K Uiem & ester Ihursday evening. I liberal commission on acceptance of or- M rs. M. Hile was the guest of Hattle I aers 11 written t once can place in Doxsey Monday afternoon. too box of supper and with name inside. ball of carpet All invited. rags ARE YOU GUILTY Do You Smoke too Much, Drink Much, Eat too Much? It takes a miirhtv trood stomach t feel ready far a good breakfast the morning after the banauet or aortal session. "What do you Want for brealrfnat?" inquired Brown's good wife. "Just a pleasant smile and a hraath of fresh air." answered ltmun th. experienced men and those having had experience in nursery stock or other I line. Unusual inducementfi tA&riiaarA reliable men. ALLEN NURSERY CO., KOCHESTRH, N. V Our Complete Reidy-to-Weir De partmcnt is an enormous Style Show . We have selected just 34 women s and misses4 suits from our stock suits that are in good style and right mater ials. They come in black and navy and a number of pretty novelty ciotns and are offered during the May bargain sale at K off. Voile skirts are the best wearing and at the same time the dressiest skirt you can buy. We offer your choice of our en tire line of plain and f any trimmed voile skirts at oft. Muslin petticoats with three rows of pretty lace insertion in the deep flounce. Regular Sl.UU quality. May Bargain Sale 69c A special corset cover at 25c made of fine cambric, has two bands of wide lace insertion, two rows of ribbon run beading and a lace edge. All sizes, 25c The Busied Usee In Town A handsome Present With Every Pair of Women's Spring Oxfords This is what one customer ! im bl department. iruivyou win And nearly vvvijutiug ucrvana at prices that will make your decision easy. A handsome handpainted cake, fruit or rail plate and imported china chop plate, 12 inches across or a beautiful im- trm i . I pwn-cu oanaoaintea olive or iy new designs. I jelly dish absolutely free with 11 I I any pair of women's oatent decorated 8alad dlahm I leather, rrunmptal. tnn T?.,;-,- Stamped pillow nunareu prett 200 vaiue, eac 25c and cake plates, each ..10c 4 8-3 m os. DEAFNESS CURED When Caused By Catarrh If you have ringing noises in your ears, catarrh germs are making their way irom me nose to the eara through !.,.. . f . . I """b niter nu iiuiJOriani meeuiii? at I uc vuuH. i wcic iiYuuiiK in an mis wnr i th. 1 - r ... that is of more importance to vou than it .f. . ...... . . "TO????.?1 aear.n? .cau. byc- irood tliirpjiiinn? tc il , " , " , jvu or urins: wo mucn uve ueea curea oy Drealhlnir H V SSaSdmu MI- OMEI It reaches the inflamel mem- converted into bK W Just "be- brane, heals the soreness and banishes S fflta'thee "hLwhlch8 te cause ol moTt 'i i .iiirr.L. . " iiuuo una; nuu ikbvh vou wun a ucmiicw. and rS cure S 8tomach ln thernornini. " I F. C. Vanman, railroad conductor of IncreSe the flow of 'w PSSi J 1 . ?r "d e"on ntl dlt- Unghamton, N. V. writes that he was blood, strengthen thesom oiaeainess after speciallsU had r, .i: . " c wuim i. oeneoiciseiis it on iiniic. . . . - , w -.-..uiakuj hj monev tiaplr nla natural and healthy action. oy aii uvaiers. For sale WhatTexans Admire Is hearty, vigorous life, according to Hugh Tallmn, of San Antonio. "We And," he writes, "that Ur. King's New Life Pills surely put new life and energy into a person. Wife and I believe they are the best made." Excellent for stomach, liver or kidney troubles. 25 cts at Connetl's Drug tttore. Ashley Mrs. Charles Watkins returned home Friday, after spending the winter in Greenville. Mrs. 1. W. Tuthill and daughter, Louise, were Greenville visitors Friday. Miss Amy Hanson of Belding spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. John Anderson. Misses Gladys and Avis Eggleston spent Sunday with Miss Ida Hlch. Grattan Grange Grattan Grange No. 170 will hold its next meeting May 16, and will confer the second and third degree at that meeting requesting all those that have not taken those degrees to be present at that meeting. They will also have the following program: Choir Recitation Harold Storey now i hope to secure a higher educa tlon Music money back plan. cents. Large box only 60 j HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me) is guaranteed to cure catarrh. ntir-ha colds, asthma, croup and sore throat or money oacK. complete outfit with in- uaisr u.w. jxtra bottles 60c. Sold by W. I Benedict the enterDrislna- Special from Our Furniture Department Large Kaltex arm rocker. Practical for living room or porch. Has a finish that will not scratch, splinter or show cucvi vi naru usage or time. A reg ular 14.00 value. May Bargain Sale 12.69 Leader Velvet Rup Our Leader velvet rugs are one of the best investments for medium priced fabrics. The reason for this is that they are made of very good quality wool yarns, well constructed and de signed. The 9 ftxl2 ft size will be sold during the May Bargain Festival t $16.75 . it . 1 A . . lOcgralntepot covers, e'ach I e V veivcl salm or ede OX- ...... I fords r pumps. These sum mer shoes are of the latest 1912 styles and these handsome. china dishes that are worth from 15c to $1.00 each, are ab solute g-ifts as a special induce ment for vou to buv her dur ing- the May Bargain Festival. It's to your interest to see our big window display. Large Iron roasUng pans, 18 Inches wide. 18 Inches lnn and 8 inches hurh. Itetrnia- a-j ccu 5c Star cut footei sherbet trlaA. n ioc Imported eirirshell china in. aiviauai dinner sets, delicate ly aecoraiea. fcacn set con tains i ainner nlate. l hrir. X v oup aisn, i cup mut muwi, a aaucc aisn ana l Insif art jt..t . . . uuiiiuuM uuiicr. uuy as many seta as you need for youi family. The complete 69c 18 inch glass towel hr nick le ends, each 0c 1 piece berry seta in either aecoraiea ciilna or colonial glass. The set 4c Pretty glazed Jardinlsrs, good size, pretty colors and shapes. 26c values, 15c and 10c Colonial glass water sets, large pitcher and six glasses, tbe set 3 8 quart granite rinsing pans and 6 quart granite milk or pudding or handled bake pans o quart granite sauce pans or preserving teenies, 14 quart tin dish pans and a hundred other equally good things, l6e Twe Items From Our Men's Department Men's blue chamhra wnrir hirta double stitched throughoutthe ordin ary 60c kind, each 39c Men's $1.00 union suits, fin iAti ribbed, long or ahort sleeves, each.. 79c from Our Dreu Goods Department 18 Inch and 21 inch BantPA ani striped messollne silks in a varietv nf pre wy colors ana designs, value up to i.w. rcryara 4$n We art displaying thousand of yards of new embroidery 18 Inch corset cover embroidery English eyelet work on a striped Swlsa muslin. Kxtra for May Bargain Bale. Ir Jrd l9o Chadwlck Mrs. J. E. Chadwick went to Orvn ville Saturday to assist her daughter p mi8t Wld rugglst8 everywhere with packing their household goods as they are moving to Lowell. I Mia ConneUoe, J. W. Hartley and wife who have L Th. .ffloe boy for one of th been staying with their daughter. Mrs. ln New York 'cwtly Best quality apron gingham; fast color. All good patterns. Special 8at, May 11. Per yard, 6c Not over 20 yards to a customer. These Specials are for One Day Only 11. Inch white plat ters, scalloped edges. Saturday, May 11, each, 6c Children's snow flake granite drink ing cups; a regular 10c quality. Very special Wed., May 15 each, 2c American taffeta umbrellas, wide tape edge, fancy mission handles, regular $1.25 and $1.60. Sat.. May 11, 89c m"W " ... v . uauKUKIi in rs. I . . , . -- ... I found package of valuabU nanr. Nauutlui ici-urueuioi-oweil lasi I He DromntU t.,.Mi v Wednesday L .? prompu "turned the property eunesaay. to Its owner and waa tnM kl JUti V ' -3U- O J . . . k a ... . . r uuii ojji ague anu lamuy spent last I m sunaoie reward. Saturday at J. H (!hBHu iim I "And. bv tha wv M ..m . " John Naah. I na Mnvdop ! ... I fill nwn-r -Kn t m a. , . Harris liolster ami f.miu, I . waa u io TOM. oar Dot Nash C3v..,.,. Of r mentionlna thm nana evl una, -Naw tald the boy; "aend ft oai9 vl m. winng uoma Boclal cmul ts J ACOBSON The Bin Store trnvSffo a3 Women's and chil dren's barred hand kerchiefs, hemstitch ed hem. Regular 6c. Special Wed., May 15, 4 for 10c. tSreenvilfe by Kittle , A reading lesson conducted Kngle knB Lucy Green "What have I read recently that is helping me now as a farmer" LaVern Taylor As a housekeeper". . . . Itilla Partridge As a citizen" Will NcNaughton "As a parent or friend of children" Mamie -Jordan "K Choir Sunday at Sheridan. Helps A Judge In Bad Fix Justice Kli Cherry, of Gillis Mills, Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad ore nn h i a lor h.,I i. mi .i . . The Ladies Aid social at Mrs. Louii ors and longTesisUd all reTnedies. "I Jenks' was well attendeil. thought it was a cancer," he wrote. Mr.andMr G.orge Georgeson and l family of Kvans and Mr. Wilcox and burns, bolls. Xrl yCni hruSS daughter Abble of lonla, were here to IJle. 25 cents at Connell Drug Store. attervJ the funeral of Mrs. Taylor which waa held at the home of her daughter, TnTM J Si . t . i.aUt Monday. rfJ?' tSJL. i. VWaU CSakea KU Mrs. Nellie Moore spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Treat. . J. E. Chadwick waa taken sick Mon day night Dr. Dorr Is attending him. Too lata for Uit week) Mrs. Justus Treat of Greenville vis ed friends here Friday night and Sat- J urday. Mrs. Emerson Tooley went to Lans ing Sunday to visit her son George Tooley, she returned home Monday evening. Jim Antclifl buzzed wood for W. J. Moore last-Saturday. Glen Sprague, wife and children spent Sunday at J. E. Chadwicka. Mrs. Floyd Bailey of Palo waa at George Kavells, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wheeler attended the I. O. O. F. celebration at Belding Friday. East Fourteenth atml" t D. W. Hiller, 801 E. Court 8t, Flint, nau a severe attack of kidney trouble ana says: '.There waa a constant feel- uift ut uiakirsH wiwipainiui aianey ac Uon. Foley Kidney Pills cored rae completely, aispelllng all kidney and ui adder trouble, nervousness disappear' ea ana I slept soundly again. I heartiy cuuurav ruicy ftuney riiia." Wortley WOMEM .7omen of the highest type, women of superior education and refinement, whose discernment and judgment give weight and force to their opinions, highly praise toe won derful corrective and curative properties of (tabsrlain's Stomach and liver Tablets Throughout the many stages of woman's life, from mrliiood, inrougH the ordeals of motherhood to the declining Years, there is no safer or more reliable medicine tor stomach troubles and constipation. Sold Everywhere at 25 Cents a Bos Rtlke of Peel Qraoe. Nothing is too queer to happen la soma corner of New York, says the press of that elty. The other day a business women took a room at want appeared to be an ordinary. H, quiet ramuy hotel on West Forty fourth street The morning after her arrlral she notlred a little oM man fit ting In the long hall which ran br th oouDie parlors. Another man came fownstalrs and the little old r.han jompea up aaa joined him, and toeeth- Eecapes An Awful Fate a W I . a uauusauu lonauescouianoiaxnrMui the graUtude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, of Joll- t they went Into the back narlor e in., ror ner wonderful deliverance Btrolllnsr down tha halt K4 v.- she writes. Sometimes I had sucV T.her w the awfub coughing spells I thought I i : "? 00 a9lT Kn" coueh, would die. I could get no heln from i rTny Paring aloud. The bualneaa doctor's treatment or other medicines womAa paaaed her hand across her until I used Dr. King's New Discovery. "w. -Have I got 'emr she mur- j owe my uie 10 mis wonderful mured, "or hare I got Into the foolish remedy for I scarcely cough at all now." house r SiiffnlSlnX . Lster she dlrered that the hotel bottloffuarantMHi fy ifm ;,7i M ,a formr s been a -home' Ixmie free at t'onnell'e Drug Store. connected with a church, and that a . though It long since passed tinder aeo mar management some of the old-time) weiarea suu naunt It Sick headache results from a disorder ed conuiuon or me stomach, and can be cured hy the use of Chamberlain's Hiomacaana l.iver Tab ela. Trv it Keene Center Mrs. Ralph lUgley and Miss Irene visited at Joseph Homon's of Miriam Monday night. MertonJepaon and family visited at rr sale byAUDealers. Albert Brown's of Baranac Mr. and Mrs. Fred O'Harrow and Miss Lettaof Fouth Lowell and Mr. Mrs. Chas. D. White of South Keene were Sunday visitors at Frank Dowan'a. Mrs. Ralph Oigley and Miss Irene went to Kureka Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. James Taylor tan Monday. j. m. iioweii, a popular druggist of Oreensburg, Kv.. says, We useChara- oeriain s uougn ttemedy In our own household and know It Is excellent." ror saie oy aii ueaiers. Order of Publication. (Pint Inwrtloa Unj 0) STATE OF MICH IOAK, tbs Pro Mia Court fur ttva (Viunit ttt Innla. AtsaeaslonofaaldCourt. heldtvttb Probate Office la tb eltr or lonla. la Mid County, on U third day of May. A. I. lfili Present: lion. Montromerv WtUur. Judsa rrooaie. Io tb matter of taa eeuta r WILLIAM T. P01B. Deceased: Mart R. Pod, widow of tavid dctiM). hln filed In Mid court her petition preylBf lb at tbe adxatnburatlon or Mid eetate be tranted to MaryR. Pope, or to aome other suitable person. It la ordered. Tbat tbe tblrd da of June. A. D. 1912. at ten o'clock In tbe forenoon, at said probate office, be and la berebv aetnlnivl for bearing Mid petition: It la Arrtfc-- rrAJt Tk.l i.4 . ' v. ww. m. vw.iv aivaiw ai:iaa. or be el'ea by pnbllcaUoa or a copy or lb ta order, for tbreeiucvesalTe wecaa nrevloua to Mid da of bearing, In tbe Belding banner, a newspaper lnai4 ana circuiawa in Mid county. IL.S.) MONNO.IIT WSMTSS, A true cony. J udge of PreUte, Amma P. WsatTBB, Regtiier ot Probata. Testing Colne. 'There goes another man auffarlna from 4eet.rstka of pabllc mannera,' said the clerk In an aggrieved ton " gave aim Ove pJeoee of allver la mak Ing change, and he tested every on of them to see If It waa eonntarfaii right beore my ejee. It la only late ly that people who buy have sot tuAt enough to do that Clerks always dlt! It with coin that customere gave them but that was a nreroeatlv ot thi trade. For the customer to assume) tha same privilege Is a usurpation of an clent rights. The worst of It Is most people nowadays ara nrarrv J Judgee of bad uoney, and every little while a cola Is reiused because It li counterfeit. The only war tradMirwn can teach customers the respect du4 them Is to turn their own bark a wh.. testing money. That has always beee the custom In England. No tradaam. over there would dare nillp a coin un der a customer's noee. and aa a eon ffe no customed has ever takes that liberty with him." Spring is Here Would you like to know what the Orleans Creamery can do in the way of helping you to build up your dairy herd? Simply write and tell us your troubles and we will help yon to overcome them. Do not forget to send your milk and cream to one of the moat popular creameries in the state of Michigan. Patronize us. Orleans Creamery Association 0r,ean Michison hri$. Liebum-JManager DtwWtwl Wewt eaoerkrant we are now atasrad. contains the longevity gem, aad la the proper food for saan. New a eao4 ITOC-CTinostyjtBK) nun v. rrirnAtOira. Looy riJI mi of Qrat- CT. ninaOWOTLtrotrlllO tot tk frankfort that hdU U f fOYCSl Ctlit Ci KiZC Tho best In tho world. llr:rrZZJZJi . Ii 4 roar aratmt eo!da a ad Hmavtlataiu Xau i afmctaea the aataie lateaisir (ie I - a Tablete tone and awe, m iaa utar aa isa woca ; IFoloy Kidnoy Piiio to mo m actio - quick in aieutre Give prompt raiUf from DACXACHQ, KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE, AIl&tmATISM, CONQC3TIOH of the KIDNEYS. INFLAMMATION of the BLADOSJl and all aaooyiag URINARY IRRSQULARITIE8. A positive boon to UIDDLB AQED and ELDERLY PEOPLE and far WOMEN. MAVI HlQHItT fttCOMMINDATION t-i V!1.' S "kha0 Coaaerftilla, fad., le la kit lata year. jQe wrluatui baVa Utefr eaffered naak fro-a aar kidseia aaaf blaeV ier IbadeeveralaebeaeBeT asykUaeff Ictiae. was loo rreqnent, eavelaa ate to loee aaaeb aleea S alsbl. and la any blazer tberawas eoaataaf a loak Foley Kldeey Pllla for eotaTtlme! aa4 mm aew frea of all trenble aad eaala abieSa ii ire noi e aad a rata able