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THE NEW ARE HERE
) CQRUNNA
THE COUNTY SEAT PAPER OF SHIAWASSCE COUNTY;
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
CORUNNA, MICH., THURSDAY/OCTOBER 3,
A NEW PROPRIETOR.
THE NEW
COATS
FOR
WOMEN, MISSES
AND CHILDREN
ARE HERE
WON FIRST GAME.
An Immense s t o c k Broadtails
Krimmer
Astrakhan
Bearskin
Kerseys and Fancy Cheviots,
in red, wine, brown, navy, green,
gray and castor.
AH sizes, 2 to 1*1 years. Moderate prices, $2.98 to $8.50.
RAIN COATS
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
We hAve jvst received a large
stock—Gun Metal, Oxford and
Cambridge; gray, tan, olive and
black; $10 to $20.
Come in and make a selection
while the stock is at its best. You
can select a garment now and
we'll lay it away for you upon
payment of a small amount down
—balance may be paid at your
convenience.
The Ladies' Home Journal Patterns are the practical expressions
of the fashion ideas of the large
staff of The Ladies' Home Journal itself. Unless you are familiar with The Journal and the
patterns, you are missing some
important things which modern
enterprise is doing for American
women. We think the matter
import* tit enough to emphasize
the fact that we can supply you
with the patterns* and also The
Journal.
The new Fall Quarthrly Style
Book, which illustrate* all The
Journal patterns, i=! now on sale.
Price (including any 15c Journal
pattern), only 20c. If ordered by
mail, send Sc extra for postage.
VOLUME XXVIII, No. 40
THE ARCADIA FURNITURE CO, j
T H E REPUBLICAN BANQUET.
Carl Pickert T/kes Charge of the : Corunna High Football Team Win A«i Important Meeting of the Board of j Tbe Good Time of One Year Ago to be
Grand Central Hotel.
From Elsie High.
Directors Held Here Tuesday
Repeated
i
Evening.
Tbe Corunna nigh went to Elsie SatTuesday morning Carl Plekert took
, charge of tbe Grand Central hotel. C. D. urday and won Its first game of the seaSmith rearing. Mr. Smith has not son. In tbe firot naif no scores were
j been in good bealtw of late years spend- nude, EUle got a touchdown in tbe
ing the winters in a warmer clime and la^t naif and Corunna high wen tat tbew
: will spend tbe winter away. He realize in the last minute to play and secured a
that if a man has a business be ought to toucUdowu and Millard kicked goal tbe
' he present and attend to it, so be bas score standing 5 to 6 la favor of Oorj leased the business to Mr. Piefcert who an
j took possession Tuesday morning.
Feci languid, weak, run-down? Head( M r . Pickert will not be new to the ache? stomach ••"off?*—Just a plain
J business as be has bofore been in charge case of lazy liver. burdock Blotft) Bit| of this popular hotel and knows tbe ters tones iivor and ctomeeh, promotes
wabta or the traveling public lot- digestion,, purifies tbe blood.
i proyementa have already been made for
THE COUNTY DEBT.
[tbe comfort of Its guest* and more are
i to follow. Mr. Pkjkert has a wide acquaintance aH of WOOED will want to John T. McCurdy Has Commenced
stop with Carl when in tbe city. We
Suit Against County.
wish him success in catering to tbe
public.
8, I, Fox and John Mouat of the Arcadia Furniture Co., of Arcadia, aud
Chas, J. Starke, Prest, of the Henry
Starke Laud & Lumber Co., were in tbe
city Tuesday and an important meeting
of tbe air ctors of Tbe Arcadia Furniture Co. wasjbeid in the evening. John
Mooat, who is eoon to move to Denver,
Colorado, resigned the presidency and
also retired from the board of directors.
His place was filled by the election of
Henry Mountler of Arcadia. By an arrangement with the Henry StarkrJLand
land Lumber Co. the Arcadia Furniture
rCo. secure* the standing timber on a
tract of 1700 acres which ha been partially cut by tbe lumber company. This
is of immense importance in view of tbe
fact that tbe hardwood timber supply
9t Michigan is being rapidly exhausted.
Jobs T. McCurdy baa commenced suit Messrs. Mouat and Starke returned to
against the county to recover monev Arcadia Wednesday morning, but Mr.
loaned the county, the matter bas been Fox will remain la the city for several
hanging fire for some time and many off day a.
our people are pleased to know that the
DeWUt's Carbohfced Witch Hazel
matter will now be abjudicated In court Salve is good for little berns and big
There appears to be no doubt but 'that burns. Small scratches or bruises and big
Mr. McCurdy will be succeeaf ul, as it Is ones. It U healing and soothing. Good
for p?tes. Sold by Co M< Peacock.
certainly an honest debt
We are now showing the new
styles of "Wooltex" aafl "Prints e s s " garmeutx for Fall and
Winter.
The»e two makes include many
exclusive styles, not to be had
elsewhere. Every garment is
warranted by both the manufacturers and ourselves to give satisfactory wear, arid best of all—oar
prices are very reasonable.
A few of oar good coat values:
At ¢4.93-Women's Black KerObstinate cases of constipation and;
sey Coats, 50 inches long-, box
back; satin lined yoke; braid | na*ty, mean headaches promptly di*sp<<
j pears when von take DeWitt's Little
trimmed.
At 17.50—Women's Black 'Ker- Early Riser Pills. Sold by C. M. Pea• .
__
sey Coats, 50 inches long; satin cock.
lined throughout; braid and Vel"The District Leader."
vet trimmed.
At $12.00- Worn e n ' s h e a v y If the noise tbet has been going around
weight Kersey Coats, in six dif- regarding the merits of "The District
ferent styles—blank, castor, hunt- Leader," which comes to the Owosso
er's green andv brown; satin lined
waist; fancy ,r a i d t r i m m e d ; Theater, Friday, Oct 4, Is deeded, there
If you tukeDeWitt's Kidney and Blad/'MarchioneiCa and "Princess" will be a big cr*wd present. "The Dlsbacks.
trict Leader" Is a melodramatic produc- der Pills you wit! get prompt relief froui
backache, weak kidneys, infUmmatlpfi
At $1500 —Women's h e a v y weight Black Kersey Coats in tion with music, and many of tbe review* oi tbe bladder, and urinary troubles. A
five different styles; 50 inches era in New York compared It with Geo. week's treatment 35 cents. Sold by C.
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long; fancy braid trimmed; new M. Cohan's..'Yft£" Minutes from Broad- 1L Peacock.
puff s l e e v e s ; "Marchioness" way." Tbe first act Is a reproduction of
backs,'
!
ANOTH E R FOOTBALL T E A M . '
At ¢ 1 6 . 5 0 - W o m e n ' s g o o d - tbe rotunda Of tbe Hoffman House, tbe
second
act
a
scene
from
Chinatown,
weight Black Broadcloth Coats,
50 inches long; lined throughout while the last act is tbat of a palatial
with satin; velvet and fancy braid summer borne on Riverside Drive. The Second High Organirort With Roy
trimmed; "Marchioness" backs. chorus la said to be an exceptional one,
Perry Captain.
At $18.98 — Women »s h e a v ybeing
the
possessor*
of
Voices
beside
weigbt Black Broadcloth Coats,
50 inches long; velvet and silk being good dancers. Prices 36c, 50c,
curd trimmed; lined throughout
Tbe second high school eleven, pur.
m
with guaranteed satin; velvet and Wit "J" **
cbaSed a new pigskin Saturday and lo>
fancy I raid trimmed; "MarchAside from the fact that "Tbe District mediately called a meeting of tbe bigb
ioness" backs.
•Leader" is uqulppgd with the brightest,
At $10.98—Women's flue Broad- snappiest chorus on tbe road and mount- boy* and organised a second eleven,
cloth Coats, in black, browii,
Poy Perry was elected captain and
castor and dark wine; 50 and 52 ed in a costly scenic setting and costum- Charles Vibber was chosen correspondinches long; full lined with guar- ing, at the same time it bas the heart In- ing manager and treasurer.
anteed e&tih; velvet and braid terest in the story itself that appeals to
There is lot of good material to choose
trimmed; "Marchioness" backs. every patriotic and fun-!oving AmeriAt *25.00~Six different styles
from and the boys are now trying out
at this price—black, brown, tan can; The story deals with tbe vital liv- for positions. .
and castor broadcloths; lined ing side Of our great commonwealth,
Tbe boys average about 115 pounds
throughout with guaranteed satin; namely, politics, love and euneblne.
new puff sleeves; velyet and braid Tbe strains RTS SO cieveriy woven tbat and want games with boys weighing
t r i m m e d ; "Marchioness" and
from 115 to 125 pounds.
tbe spectator is carried from laughter
"Princess" backs.
Tbe younger kids have also organized
Other numbers of Women's and tears to tears and laughter in the
and
almost any afternoon after school
Coats at $30, $35, $40 and $45.
same breath. Tbe author's treatment of
/*?C> ft*"J>**T* ^ft • * • t*+rS r»*v1 TW fw»ww1k « n H **********
three
teams can be seen at tbe ball field
4>ai«3 S v V f c } » 5 B I M I « » i i u a ^ i j a a a^saa eawva M l l \ < v u tional. Owosso Theater, Friday, Oct 4. practicing at tbe same time. It is tbe
desire of second high to clean up on tbe
Here is Relief tor Women.
first high.
CHILDREN'S
COATS
1907.
WILL M E E T IN OWOSSO.
The M. W. A. Association WiN Picnic
in Owosso Next August
.^Tbe executive committee of tho M.
W. A, plcole association for central
fllehtgati met In Lansing Friday and
decided to bold tbe 1908 picnic at Ow**•o next August Tbe association comPH***S 6» eamps with a membership of
about 4.000 and an auxiliary membership of 3,000 Koysl NeiUbbors. M. L.
Cheney was elected president, J. U
Brown, of S t Johns, vice-president and
Ernest Klfenbury, of Owosso, treasurer.
Ibe Owosso camp will be allowed to
•elect the secretarv of the association.
OARB S I M E O N HONORED.
Emplcyeee Give Him a Reception Before Leaving Berlin.
We are actually too
Everything is being got into res di. busy doing things for
nes* to repeat tbe good time bud at the
republican banquet one yfnt ago «c people who appreciate
O*o*«o. Sjjeakers are nearly all', seconvenience and
lected and you will want to we and the
bear them. Ketnemrw tbe dale it
true economy of modThursday evening. Cytober Id.
Congressman..< tones Townsend will C I H l H e t h o d $ O f l i g h t i n g
act as toa«tmu*ter and you tn*t bave
«
*
, heard Mm know tbat there will not be 311(1 p O W C r
tO
fUnUSH
a £ « moment duri.g the entire even- j ^
for
fot
tfciS SpECe,
He*, Henry a S m i t a , * f Adrian, wLi o r l n f i e At l e f l ^ t '
Ik
*va«>u
talk — ^Tbe
^Tao Rest PartisM
Parti*** the Best
CUtaea," w*0« Hon. Mile CanipbelL of
Coldwater, will speak on "The New « 1
Flag." Senator Burrows has written
that be will be present if possible.
Tickeis for tbe banquet can be bad at
the Journal office.
We Make It Easy
Soothes itching skin. Heals cnts or
borne without a soar. Cures piles, eczema, saltrheum. any itching. Doan's
Ointment^To«r druggist sells it.
Republican District Convention.
A Republican Convention of the
Eighth Coegreasional District is twreby
called to meet in toe Armory, in the
City of Owosso, Mich., on the tenth day
of October, 1907, at two o'clock in the
afternoon, to choose two delegates and
two alternates to represent said district
iu the national RepubHeac Convention.
to be hereafter called.
Tbe counties of said District Will be
eotitied to the following represtnutlbn
In said ooarentton:
Saginaw Ooottty, 23 delegates.
Cllaton County,* a delegates.
ShJawmtai^ Coooty, 1J jlelegate*.
Toacola Couniy, 10 delegates.
By order of Committee.
A, P. Buss, Chairman,
E.W. CAMP, Secretary.
Republican County Convention.
A Republican County CooveutioD will
be held at tbe Court House in Corunna
on Thursday, October lOtb, at 11 o'clock
A. M. standard time, for tbe purpose of
electing thirteen delegates to attend tbe
8th Congressional District Convention
which is called to meet at tbe Armory
in Owosso at 2 o'clock P. M. of the same
date (October 10th, 1907.)
^The several townships, precincts and
wards are entitled to delegates as follows:
Antrim, 6; Bennington, 8; Barns, 9;
Caledonia, 7; Fairfield. 6: Hazel ton, first
precinct 7; second precinct 4; Middlebnry, 6; New Hayen, 7; Owossc township, 7; Perry, precinct first, 9; second
precinct 5; Rush, 6; Sciota, 8: Shiawassee, 13; Venice, 7; Vernon, first precinct,
12; second precinct 5: third precinct, 8;
WoodbolL 4; Owosso City, first ward,
11; second ward, 12; third ward, 9;
fourth ward, 13: fifth ward, 11; Corunna
City, first ward, 5; second ward, 4; third
ward, 2.
By order of county committee,
WnxiAM H. BIGELOW,
Chairman.
Dated, September 10th, 1907.
Wi'liam Simeon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Simeon, of tbis city, sad known
as -'Darb* has resigned bis position with
the Berlin Robe & Clothing Co., of BerIf you h»T* pains in th* back, tJrtnary, Bladlin, Ont., and accepted a position with
der or KiAaej trouble, and want * certain,
WONDERFUL CORN
a like company in Detroit with a larger
ptcaaaat herbrtwrefor woman's tils, try Moth'
er Grfcy'8 Australian-Leaf. It U a safe and
salary. The Berlin News says:
BcTer-faUinff monthly regulator. At
or by nuul 60 ct*. Sample package
Mr. W.J. Simeon, who has been the
Addrea*, The Uotaer Gray Co., Le&oy, K. Y.
Sprouts on Ears From One-Half to an superintendent of the Berlin Bobe &
, inch in Length.
Clothing Co/s plant the past three years
The Circuit Court
and who leaves shortly for Detroit, was
The long drawn-out case of Somers
tendered a jolly surprise Wednesday
vs.Derbam wasflolsLedlastweek.piainA party in Oceoia, while cutting a evening by the employees of the c o o
tiff getting a judgment for $800.
path for tbe binder in his field Wednes- pary. During the evening be was made
Tbe People vs. Hoover was tried by day afternoon, found an ear of corn on tbe recipient of an address and a very
jury, wh<K returned a verdict of not the top of wuich was c<>un>ed 9 or 10 fine watch fob. The address was read
guilty.
sprouts from » half Inch to an inch In by Mr.- E. Beemao and Miss Emma
The case of Martin Corns took vs. length. Some of the roots were pulled Stephan made tbe presentation.
Clark Taggart e t »1. is now on trial.
up and found to be all tbe way from 3
Republican Ward Caucuses.
Berlin, Ont, Sept. 18,1907.
Inches to 5 inches long.
Mr.
W.
J.
Simeon.
There will be a Republican caucus for
SiOO Reward $100.
Tbia may seem like a big fish story Dear Sir:—Before you leave us to ac- tbe^firet ward of tbe city of Corunna,
Tbe readers of this paper will be
pleased to 3e.ro tbat there is at least but it is not for our reporter was there cept the duties and responsibilities of held st W. J. Parker's office, on Monday,
one dreaded disease that science has and saw it with his own eyes.—Howell your new position in Detroit, tbe em- Oct 7, 1907, at 7 o'clock p. m. for tbe
been able to cure iu all stages, and tbat Herald. Even corn in tbe ear bas a ployees of tbe Berlin Robe & Clothing purpose of electing five delegates to the
is catarrh. Bail's Catarrh Cure is the wonderful effect on tbe imagination of
Company desire to express their deep Republican county convention beld at
only positive cure now known to the
socne
reporter^.
and sincere regret on your withdrawal. tbe Court House on Thursday, Oct. 10,
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a constiDuring your three years as manager next at 11:00 o'clock a. m. for tbe purThe October American Boy.
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
of tbe company here, you have won the pose of electing 13 delegates to tbe Jdisi9 taken internally, acting directly. upon
. .
Pau-puk-keewia, the Mischief-Maker, highest respect and cordial good will of trict convention.
tbe U°od and mucous enriaces of the j u t h e c e n t r a i
fl
of t h e tW0MJ0lor
those you have come in contact with.
Dated Sept 23,1907.
system, thereby destroying tbe founcra-1
, „ _ , f
.
.
"
e o v e r of thc
You
have
always
been
courteous
scd
By order of Committee.
tionof tbe disease, and giving tbe pa-1
°ctober American Boy, it
gentlemanly
and
tbougbtfnl
of
tbe
corn*
tient strength bv building up tbe con-1 being rbe third of a series of attractive
stitution
nature
Hiawatha covers tbis popalar publick- fort of tbe employees and ever ready to
Tbere *ill be a Republican*caucus for
its work. and
The assisting
proprietors
have in
so doin?*
much j tiou
is running. Tbe October American assist them. A great deal of credit is
faith in its curative powers tbat they
tbe Second ward of tbe city of Corunna,
offer One Hundred Dollars for aoy case Boy will delight the boys; it Is full of due to your personality for i >3 good | held at tbe City Hall on Monday, Oct.7,
tpat it fails to cure. Send for list of matter of interest to grown-ups, as relations tbat exist among tbe members f
1907, at 7 o'clock p. m. for the purpose
testimonials. Address: F. J. Cheney <fc well. There appears tbe first install- of tbe staff.
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of electing four delegates to tbe RepubCo , Toledo, O. Sold by druggists Too. ment of a new serial pronounced by tbe
Though sorry to lose yoor presence lican county convention beid at the
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipaEditor
to
be
the
best
sea
story
publishwe congratulate you on your advance- Court House on<Thursday,Octl0, next,
tion.
ed in recent years, entitled Jimmie ment, and trust tbere are still better
at 11 o'clock a. m. for the purposa of
Couldn't Loae Their Friends.
Joues— Piiate, by Dr. Orville Ward and bigger things ahead.
electing 13 delegates to tbe district conLeRoy Herriek and bis bride took the Owen. Tbe first chapters of another
As a token of our good will we ask
long drive to Owosso Sunday in order new serial, A Boy of tbe Revolution, by you co accept tbis fob, coupled wiib the vention.
Dated Sept 23,1907.
to escape tbe usual bombardment of rice Arthur J. Burdlck and many other short very best wishes of tbe
By order of Committee.
treated to newly married couples. articles to delight tbe young. American
EMPLOYEES OF THE BERLIN
J When the train Mr. *nd Mrs. Herriek Boy for one year ¢1 00, Corunna Jour
ROBE & CLOTHING CO. >
inteaued to take, rolled into Owosso : nal for one year $1.00, both for one year Mr. Simeon was certainly taken off
Tbere will be a Republican caucus for
tbat evening it bore a party of young' for $150.
bis guard, but be made a fitting reply, tbe Tbrd ward of tbe city of Corunna i
people from Durand, Thanks to the ]
Be was declared lu jong to be a jelly beld at tbe Grist Mill on Monday even-!
«op at tbe junction, there was twenty \ You never have any trouble to get good fellow, and then a few hours were ing, Oct 7, ,,1907, at 7 o'clock, for tbe (
minutes in wbicb to make things inter- children to take Kennedy's Laxative pleasantly spent in games, songs and an purpose of electing two delegates to the
•sting for tbe bridal couple. Those ! < : o u « b Syrup. They like it because it informal bop. Refreshments were served Republican county convention held at
wb. wen. .roo, „ . „ , < , p . y - ^ i ^ ^ f ^ 5 5 ^ ^ - , . ^ - 3 : anl the gathering was brought to a tbe Court House on Thursday, Oct 10,
were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Clancey, Miss i 9Ure and prompt remedy for coogbsand cl) se by singing Auld Lang Syne.
next at 11 o'clock a, m. for tbe purpose
Ollie Robfoson, Miss Edna Boyd, Miss colcU and is good for every member of
of electing 13 delegates to the district
Millie Smith, Prenk Kiefor, Prank, < *"* *kmlly. Sold by C. M. Peacock.
convention.
Harry and Floyd Bronsoa,—Durand j
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Dated Sept 23,1907.
Express,
J|^»J|^^We}WF^Me"WBeJ^MPe"»w •rlHJJ^W^a' ^ W > ^ r ^ ^ B TMMMT
By order of CooHatttM.
R o d o l &!£S£5S
ia^^^^a^ajeMato
Sfciawassee Ligjrt &
Coanty Battalion Meet
The annual meeting of tbeSkia
County Battalion will be held at t*e
court house, Corunna, Wednesday, Oct,
the 9th. 1907.
Business meeting at 10 o'clock to elect
officers aud transact seefa bcslpeas as
may come before the Battalion. Afternoon session at one o'clock, standard
time. ..
PaOGttAM.
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Music, Song, Quartette—Geo. D. Ma*
son and others.V'
• <i ; Mualc—Drum Corps.
Invocation-Rev. James Fisher.
vMniic. Song—Quartett
Addreas—Rav. Leslie Bower.
Music, ^America"—Audience.
Reading—Mrs. Minnie McArthur
Laing.
-^Remarks by Comrades and others
Dinner will be sei ved by the W. R. C\
at Jfaccabee Hall at l i o'clock, for 35
cents.
W. E. JACOBS,
t
^leut Col. Command
si
T.'':'!
i-:
D. C. COOPER,
Adjt
Too do not bave to
be a business man
In order to have a
~Bank Accounts
If you arc a salary man, i i you
a?e a retired farmer, you need
a bank account. I t will be an
advantage to you in any case.
A bank account will aid you to
keep your business transactions straight. A bank account
furnishes you with a complete
record of money matters. Yon
have a record of all money deposited with the bank, also a
record of every bill you pay by
check. Each check is returned
to you by the bank and answers as a receipt.
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
W. F. Gallagher, - Pres.
John Driscoii, Vice Pres.
T. M. Euler, 2<T Vice Pres.
W. A. Rosenkraus, Cashier
E. T. Sidney, Ass't Cashier
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Four per cent. Interest Paid
on Deposits
THE OLD
CORUNNA STATE
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OKTOAOK BALE—Whereaa, default h a s
been made In the condition* of a certain
ftiortfAfe, mad* and executed by Wuiiasn i i .
friend * « 4 U a r r a. Friend, hi* wMe, of Byron.
Shi» w a u e e County, Michigan, of the first part,
to Orlando Lee, of Byron, Shiaw*.neu County,
Michigan, of th* second part, on thettthday
of June, A. D. !$**, and recorded, in the oJBce Of
the Register of Deeds for aaid Count?, in Liber
AU the blood in your body passes through «>>t Morl^ajrea, on p a g e ti, on the ttth day of
Jun«, A. D. tafia, on watch mortgage there 1*
three minute*,
By Mrs. NeUh
to b* due a t the date of thi* notice, for
the kidneys are year claimed
principal and interest, the sum of Two Bnnblood purifiers, they fil- dred T*lrty-«*ht and 77-100 DUlar* 198.77),
nod no salt or proceedings a t l a * or in equity
(Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.)
ter out the waste or having
taken w recover the money secured
impurities in the blood. by said been
mortgage, or any part thereof, notice
"I am awfully busy," said Ladj
If they are sick or out i* hereby tfiven, that by virtue of the power of
t>&le
contained
in
said
mortgage,
and
the
Isabel,
looking apologetically up from
of order, they fail to do statutes in SUA* ease made and provided, said
a
large
pile of correspondence, "hut
their work.
mortgage will be foreclosed by safe of the premPains, aches andrheu- ise* described therein, or *o much thereof a * HI be ready to talk in half a minute."
may be necessary to satisfy the aatd »um of
mi'um come from ex- money
"All right," I said, as I took up a
now due therein, together with interest
cess of uric acid in the thereon a t the rate of seven per eeut. W T book, "I'll wait; don't hurry, I'm unblood, due to neglected k o a a a , from the date ot tnis notice, together employed."
wit U AH Attorney 'a fee of Twenty Dollars, a»
kidney trouble.
provided in >«»id mortgage, together with ali
She presently pushed her papers
Kldosy trouble causes quick or unsteady lr/»l cost* and expen»es of thia it>re«lo»ure. a t
;«tt>)if
auction
r,r
vcsilui,
t
s
:hc
highest
«:3away.
"There, now I'm ready; I've
ta**rt beat*, and makes one feel as though d«rr, at the front door of the Court Houoe. in the
really
been
working fearfully hard."
they had heart trouble, because the heart'is City of Coruun». Michigan (said Court House
over-working In pumping thic*, kidney- tM>ing the building in which the circuit Court
"What
are
you doing?" I asked'
sbiawikssf*t County, Michigan, iu held), on
poisoned blood throuf h veins and arteries. tfor
"making
more
money, Isabel?"
h e ti.trti d a y o f N o v e m b e r . A . P . 1 9 0 7 ,
It used to be cor^dered that only urinary at tea o'clock in the forenoon of *aid day. The
"My dear girl, how dreadfully sordid
are described in said mortgage aa
troubles were to be traced to the Kidneys, preuti>»ei»
you
always are."
follow*,
to-wh:
A«l
that
certain
piece
or
parbut now modern science proves that nearly cel of land situate nod being Its the Village of
"What is it then—charity again?"
all constitution*] diseases have their begin- Byrr-u, County of Shi«wai«iee and s t a t e of
Michigan, kiiowo a.* Block number .EightyShe nodded. "Yes, I have promning in kidney trouble.
Eight '86), io the YUlaxe ot Byron, County of
Ifyou ere sick you can make no mistake Shiawassee,
ised to take a stall at the bazaar the
and Sutt*>ol Michigan.
feyfirstdoctoring your kidneys. Tno mild Uated AugustSBttb, A. D JW7.
Duchess of Allantree is opening on the
Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys*
Lady IsabePs
Bazaar
"Have yoa enough things to'fill your
'St-' > ' : - * S ' '' •"••••
Kennedy's
Laxative
Cough Syrup
suur
"Not yet," Bhe answered. "But
Ufetetlttyr Ktfneys Hake Import aiocd,
then, you see, they didn't seem to
care to give me things. I went to
Black's first—that lovely mixed shop
where I got my new bedmom carpet
and a chiffon frock for Babs— and
they aaid they were so sorry, but they
had a rule they never broke about
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
T H E UDDER.
bazaars, and that they never conRelieves Colds by working than,
tributed anything, but if I would kindset
of the system through a copious
ly accept three guineas they would Varying Types Which Are Desirable
and
healthy action of the bowels.
in the Dairy Cow.
gladly give it me towards the charity."
Relieves
Coughs by cleansing ths
"1 suppose they will add that on to
mucous membrane* of ths threat,
Mrs. Brown's account?"
The illustrations show some of the
cbsst and bronchial tubas.
"I suppose they will," she answered, types of udder that are more or less
••As pleasart to As um
thcrughtiully.
desirable In the dairy cow. At A is u
The ..Duchess's bazaar WOB a great shown as clearly as possible an ideal
success.
udder. The udder need not be over
N Maple Sugar"
My brother's chauffeur had some dif- large. It should have sufficient capaficulty in finding the hall, as it was up city, however, to allow the continued
tually arrived there, and found Babs growth of numerous cells for the manhad told me Camden Hill; but I even- ufacture of fat and its emulslncation
at Camden Town—and Lady Isabel with the othor constituent** of milk. It
S o l d by C. M . P E A C O C K
and Lady Isabel presiding; somewhat should be evenly balanced before and
to ray surprise, over a loaded fruit behind, and the central suttirs should Ask for the 1907 Kodol Almanac
and flower stall.
be well developed and strongly atand the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
and 200 Year Calendar.
twentieth."
"Tired,
Isabel?"
I
asked,
with
tached
to the body. It should be covOKLAtfDO
t
K
B
,
Swaap*Roott the great kidney remedy is AUSTIN £ . RXCHARDS.
Mortgagee.
"What sort of a stall?"
sympathy.
ered with soft, fine lydr, be free from
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Lady Isabel took up a small piece
"Not a bit," she answered pleasant- fleshiness and closely attached to the
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
of paper that lay underneath her let- ly; "I'm never tired—I can't bear body. It should come well forward
and is sold on lis merits
Bc«aetohepnyarfr«g«»t»d«*y«»>» a r i "e < » < l( l
OMKlHSIONK«S' NOTICE.—In the matter ters.
Usetbe
" STEVEN'S " ssd have A c auunace tfeat
by ail druggists in fiftywomen who get tired, it ages them so on the stomach, stand out well behind
of the estate of f r a n k Kaxrex, deceased.
year cbokc casaot be improved apes, tad Ont Ihewi
cent and one-dollar sizdreadfully."
"1 am going to Bell everything," she
the thigh, and he carried well up on
re, the underaigned. having been appointed
fa no pco*ai;ity of your gam* fCtSaf »"»y was*
es. You ™*y have a
by the Hon. Matthew Bnah.Jndg« of Probate said—"at least, all sorts of things,"
"It
is
thoughtless
cf
them,"
I
mursighted £7 <a« ftra. OtfHset
sample bottle by mail tim* kt causs-a**. in and for the County of Shiawasaee, State of "What is the bazaar for?"
Xiehigan,
Commiaslouera
t
o
receive,
examine,
mured
gently.
fees* also pamphlet telling you how to find and adjust all claims a n d demands of ail perRIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS
**In aid of the prevention of cruelty
"Dou't be silly, Majorfe; tell me how
oat if you have kidney or bladder trouble. iwn* against said estate, do hereby give noil**
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer that we will meet a t the Corusoa Journal Print- to children. They have had one large you like my stall."
ing Ofic* In the City of C o n i a a a in aaid county,
& Co., Bughamton, N. Y.
"1 thought you were going to repon Monday, the Slat d a y of October, A. D .function this season; and this is a
1007. and on Monday, the. S r d day of B e e small thins, a sort of personal thine resent the stores."
Don't make any mistake, but r«-naem- ember, A. D. 1M7. a tteno'clock' in the fore*
"Well. I was," she admitted, "bat
betltae same. Swamp-Root Dr. Kilmer's noon of each of <wid days, for th* purpose of the duchess has sot up because it Is
receiving and adjusting all elaims against aaid her own pet charity."
Mr.
Malcolmstein insisted on supplyftwiUttp-Root.*nd tn* adrtres*, Bi;>jrh*m- eaiate. and that four month*from the 20th day
ing
Jie
with a fruit and Sower stall.
"Aid
yoors,
too,
Isn't
i
t
r
tsv. N. Y. t on every bottle.
August, A D. WOT, a r e sallowed t o eredltor*
to preaeot their claim* t o said Commlaedoner*
Perhaps ha has something to do with
"Oh!
of
course,"*
answered
Lady
1**.
for adju^tment and allowance.
beL "and darling Baba is coming; up that lovely fruit and flower shop,
Dated, the «3rd day of Anguat, A. It. 1M7.
TATE OT MICHIGAN. Count? o* S M s w u PBAMK B . W B T J C H ,
for
two days from Margate, and i s Abraham's, because *Il the things
i • s e e , AS.
JOSEPH H. OOZXIND.
going to stand on a stool by my side have como from there, or at any rate
At a i c w f a n of the Ptobute Court for said
Commissioners.
Cotterr T faeld a t tb« Probate Ottee, in the city
and sell little benches offlowersand he must have got thsm cheap, bemt C b n a u a , on Wednesday. *b* 18th day of
cause he said, with that funny lisp of
Beuae saber te the rear one thousand nine
BDEB O F PUBLICATION.—State of JUch- help me."
fcttntfredaad seven.
his, that they would not cost him
igan.
In
the
Circuit
Court
for
the
County
"Your
pocr
daqghter,
shell
get
very
Preeent, Mtanhew Saab, Judge of Probate.
Xa the n a t t e r of the estate of Patrick Coffee, of Shiawassee, In Chancery.
tired. I didn't know she was down at anything; but perhaps he didn't mean
Sophia Cornwall
4 ^ 1 ^ 1 ^ 8 ^ ^ 1 ^ - 1 1 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ r"SH"W- Urn*
that quite literally. Look here, dearMargate,"
On reading and filfag-tbe petition of Anna G.
bdede of3caoy&
Complainants.
yoacsaar>t<
MeKowen, praying for an order of this court
"Yes, I sent her there because I est, do you want any of these roses?
w
e
m
U
ship
d
a
w
t
,
c
^
S
TISsdw^?
tfetennlnUiff who a t the time of H * decease
pMf* p r e p a i d , ttpo*: faf. UaQedfc*..
never hava time to see anything of her They are two shillings each, but you
a n d *feoai* now the heir* at law of said de- Henry Cornwall
receipt o i price.
J a m i * t»p»yjwwsi«.
ceased and entitled t o inherit his real estate.
In the season; so I think she's really can have them for sixpence—trade
m T T H E M A K K « e i a a T R I F l . F l F V Z 7 t £ t Taw
Defendant.
It ia ordered, that the 14th day of October,
;
efetv* » t > * ^ wfll b« m i M H * £ E opott twtatK.
prices for a friend, yon know."
better away, don t you?"
next, * t ten o'clock in t h e forenoon. a t said
J . S T X Y X a S AJRttB * T O d , C O ,
Suit pending in t h e Circuit Court for the
FrolKKtc office, be assigned for bearing aatf
"Yes,"
I
agreed,
"I
certainly
think
"Thank yon," I said, demurely;
7 . 0 . B O B « « B S . -~T"ni
r^tt'l. WITT " T "
County of Shiawassee. In Chancery, a t the City
petition.
"then I think 111 take them for nothAnd It la further ordered, that a copy o f tl»l» of Corunna, in said County, o n t h e 7th day of she Is better away."
O d e r b e irabUshed three" successive week* September, A. D. 19^7. .
"It's an awful bore having to ^ap- ing. By the way, Isabel," 1 said, as
l u tiliscauaelt sppearing from affidavit on
previous to Said day of hearing. In the Cornnnaply
a whole stall," said Lady Isabel, I came once more round to the fruit
ivartadt a newspaper printed and circulatlztf file, that the Defendant, Henry Cornwall, is n o t .
a resident of thiaTState, but resides a t Oafebtnd, presently; "but," sighing, "one must and flower stall, "I thought you said
aaaaM County of ahiawngnee.
,._:._
in the State of California
atATTHJEW BTJSa,
Different Types of Udders.
On motion of 7 . H. Dnaenbury, complatn- do something for charity's sake, and, Mrs. Barrington-Brown'a shops gave
•tuddfo of Probate.
ani's solicitor, It 1» ordered that the said de- after all, It's a labor of love."
B y Batitertne £.. Kcteev, Probate Register.
you checks for your other stall."
the posterior portion of the body. It
fendant Henry Cornwall c a u s e his appearance
"I am sure iti's,* I replied; "but will
to be catered in thi* c a u s e within tour month*
"So tjiey did," she answered, look- should, of course, have good circcm*
from the date of this order; and in e a s e of hi* you have to buy the whole of the ing frankly at my pussled face.
ference and If properly proportioned
appearance h e c a u s e h i s answer to t h e
Complainant's bill of complaintlobe filed, and a things?" To tell the truth! was some"Then what did you do with them If, it will add beauty as Well as otJHty to
copy thereof be served on said solicitor for the what aghast at such reckless gener$Ir. Malcolmstein Oiled your stall?" the cow.
complainant, within twenty d a y s after • set-vie*
on naid non-resident Defendant o f a eapy of osity. -.
"Do with what r
At B is shown the adder as It should
naid bill, and notice of t h i s order; a n d that tn
"The
checks,
of
coarse."
"Buy
them!"
echoed
Isabel,
"of
collapse
Oh itself, like a glove, after
default thereof, said bill be takea aa eon teased
»not well, but every person can
b y the said non-resident defendant.
course
not!
No
one
but
people
like
"My
dear
girl,"
answered
Lady
Isathe
milk
has been extracted. A poorly
«T»w a little. Many people posseac i u *
And it i s further ordered, t h a t within twenty
Mrs.
Harrington
Brown
ever
buy
bel,
as
she
bwat:
to
disentangle
a
fern
balanced
udder is shown at C; ft is
haleat far a n work aaid never realise It.
day* the aaid complainant c a u s e a notice of
If yva wjn **ate a drawlag )vt. the beat
this order to be published i n the Corntma thing* for atalis. I've got to write and from a small but very thorry rose, hung too tax forward on the stomach,
yew earn a*4 sesvd It to our Art Director
Journal a newspaper printed, published and
"what silly questions you do ask.and the teats are not evenly placed;
k* w i » give y e a a letter of frfeadir
circulating in s a i l county, and that such pablicatloo be continued therein a t least one* In
Whatever
does one do with checks?" resulting in a groat inconvenience in
each week, for mix week* In succession, or that
rnllhins. At D may be seen an udder
she cause a copy of this order to be person.
ally served on aaid non-resKtent defendant, a t
deficient In the front part; at E an
Ms
Was
Hard
to
Suit
least iwenty day* before the time above prea a t o whether or not it will p a y yoa to
udder that is also lacking in balance,
In
Rumford
Palls,
Me.,
lives
Jim
scribed for his appearance *
„
•nltlvmte year talent. There 1* abaoROT
H.
POiMAJC
'
'
the
teats are not evenly placed, and
Withes,
one
of
the
most
popular
landtaaaty no charge for thi« aervlce. IUu*>
Circuit Court Commissioner,
" M earn Targe aa^artea, and the
there is not sufficient development of
lords
In
the
state,
also
known
by
I* faaeisatlng. w « teach Booh,
Shiawaasee County, Mich.
every horse dealer in New England. the anterior region. At F is shown a
a aad Commercial ninatratiag,
F. H. BiisvxRvaT,
Cartooning, potter r>rawing. Bock
Solicitor for < omplatoant.
Several years ago Mr. Withee bought small udder. There Is not enough
O n w Dentgnlng and Faahion Drawing
Business Address: Mt. Pleasant, Mich.
H E
in New York city for a small sum a room her* to permit the rapid elabora•weeaasrull/ by corre*pondence^ Write
ywur Complete name and address plainly
horse, on^e valuable, but crippled by tion of milk, which is of prime imporSTATE OF MICHIGANmt your drawing, enclose *t»m» U> pay
the pavements.
tance, as it is a well-known fact that
passage if yon wish your drawing re3&*H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
t a n s m , and address
a
comparatively small quantity of
The
animal
was
taken
to
Maine
T X B S B op Ciacirrr COCBT.
milk
Is In the udder when milking
M I C H I O A N .
THE ART DIRECTOR, Correspondence
where
he
Was
allowed
to
revel
in
pasIn pursuance of the Statute In such c*«e
made and provided, I do hereby iix and appoint
tures soft and green, and soon was commences. It is likewise thought by Only Nstional Bank In the County
Institute of America, Scranton, Fa.
the time for holding the several terms o l the
W* also teach Illustrating/, A d v e r apparently "sound as a nut' : His scientists that the ability of a cow to
Circuit Court in the Thirty-i»,fth Judicl«! CirOrincris:
maiag, Proofrendlug, J o u r n a l i s m ,
cuit of Michigan, for the years 1908-l90d a*
master then proceeded to sell blm at produce milk abundantly is deterPresidfut, . . LCTHEH UOVCKB
•MSUicrapIky, fthow Card W r i t i n g ,
foliovrs:
Vice Prea.,
. . . N. P. LELAKD
Bookkeoptng, Blectrical Knglaeera long price to parties who took him mined by the number of cells, and
S H I A y A S S E l ! COCHTV,'
hig. B u s i n e s s CAnre*pond«nc« a n d
8 e c . Vice Pica., . GEO. &KCCKS
back to New' York, where his ailments hence the area available for the disOn the Fourth Monday in January, first
Kaffli*u B r a n e h e o .
Cashier, . . . . . j , D . tZI^&MO
Monday in May and the Second Mondays in
immediately returned, fcnd the owners tribution of blood and other fluids
Ass't C a s h i e r , . J. L. V A K A X A T T N X
If intercste)! in any of the above pfbSeptember
and
November.
feaslons, write for our large illustrated
brought
suit
against
Mr.
Withee.
through
the
udder
tissues
is
too
re__
DntccTcaa:
b o o k , " Struggle* With the World." It i»*
T-IVlStUSTON COUKTT.
FRKK. State which coarse interests
stricted
in
this
instance.
A
small
bather
Loucks,
Mark
D. Geer, Frank C. Gale
At
the
trial
the
point
on
which
the
On the First Monday in J a m : t r y , the Third
you, and receive oneof our Employment
Geo. Brooks, Norman P. Leland, Cu*sioa
Mooday in October and the Second Mondays
udder
Is
therefore
a
poor
sign
of
deep
verdict
seemed
to
hinge
was
as
to
Contract*, best proposition ever offered.
S. S e e d , Elmer f. ABjtsbuiy, John
In April and June.
whether or not Mr. Withee was a milking powers, though a large udder,
T. B u t t o n , J . D.Xeiaod, B e a n y
&KU>KN S . MINER,
W. CalktDS, C. Klford fcberman.
owing
to
the
character
of
tissues
that
horae
jockey.
Accordingly,
the
plainSeptember »th, 1807.
Circuit Judge.
A general Ba&king- and Foreign S x e k a i s m
tiff s attorney gave the following may enter into its formation, is not al- bnsiDcas transacted. CoUecttona w « l r*eeivw
BOX 765, SCRANTON, PA.
cross-examination:
ways a sign of a good milker. At G prompt and careful attention at atoderateratee.
l a 3b m i n u t e s b * fife
is
shown an udder much cut up, with
Conducts a s a v i n g s Departaient to w b i c b
"Mr.
Withee,
what
is
your
occupas o s c a n s a nra» "^
(UkCPiDiPuya
tion?"
very large and poorly placed teats; it «P«cial aiteaUoa is givea. Tour jkatL-bnar^ la
"Hotel keeper and farmer, suh, ho- is what may be termed a restricted
Presiding Over a Loaded Fruit and tel keeper and farmer."
udder, though rather elongated. At H 4 per cent ^Interest on Time Deposits.
Flower Stall.
"Then you are not a horse jockey 7" appears ais other form of udder often
at
met with, which, like that shown at
"No, suh, no, suh, ho."
ask the shops to give me things, or
G,
is somewhat funnel-shaped in char- {
"Mr. Withee, in the coarse of a year
least to let me have them very cheap/'
acter.
It has hot sufficient rotuddity,
about
how
many
horses
do
you
buy
"Poor shops!" I said, sympathetidoes
not
come well forward _ on the
and
sell?"
cally.
stomach,
and is lacking in develop"A
hundred
or
two.
may
be."
"Poor me! you mean," she answered
ment
in
the
posterior region.
"And
still
you
maintain
that
you
pettishly. "I shall have to drive round
"LEADER" and "REPEATER"
are
not
a
horse
jockey?"
and see managers, and arrange to get
"No, suh, I'm no boss jockey!"
DAIRY NOTES.
things frightfully cheap, or even for
TttMCMAMCS
The superiority of Winchester
"Then what is .the reason that you
nothing. By the way, dear, I think
handle so mauy horses V
The scrub farmer will keep scrub
Corvmoifts A c
S m o k e l e s s Powder Shells i s . I'll go r">w—aLi will you come?"
- _ £ 2 E ? * \ 2 2 2 & * * *sat«h aaddssSTtatam n a v
"Trying
to
find
one
to
suit
me,
stock.
aafefcly
aaeevtata
oar
opinion
ft** whatSar a c
"I suppose you will only go to your suh, trying to find one to suit me."
undisputed. Among intelligent
Inventiontoprobably r
*"
Starving
the
young
animals
in
the
own tradesmen," I said, as we turned
OtHmf
free. 0>d**t 'aywncy farsi
dairy saves feed, but that is all.
shooters they stand first in popout from the park into Dover street,
Patent* tafcsn tnronkti Mtnm>~
ayatfaiastfcs. wtt*ot*cEai«*lntS*
Was More Honorable.
The savage dog has no license on
"My tradespeople, my dear child;
ularity, records and s h o o t i n g
the
farm
and
especially
around
the
The
late
George
M.
Clark
of
Fetch1 shouldn't dream of askinr them,
qualities. Always use them
they would only take it out of me by ville, VL, the famous comedian, dairy.
AbavdsonaryfBostnsad w**mtr. T I I B I I I m
A few good rules consistently folealattoa o* a n y M t t t t U e t a i n t * , Vanna.S*tv
adding something on to my books. known also as one of the clowns for
rear; fowmonth*. SL nrilfl TijrtltUMiUiiiMtT
f o r field or Tra|> Shooting*
No; I'm going to Mrs. Barrington- the Barnum & Bailey circus, was once lowed will accomplish greater reBrown's tradespeople, because, you detained as a witness in a divorce sults than much wisdom and little
oaea.arsu
practice.
A*k Your Dealer For Them.
see, I took her to them, and the trial held at Concord, N. H.
It
is
a
mighty
poor
cow
that
will
The prosecuting attorney on crossleast they can do is to give me some
examination asked Mr. Clark in his not respond to good care and good
things."
food. She should be sold to the
most >'>arcastic manner:
"What sort cf things?"
"You're a 'showman/ aren't you?" butcher forthwith.
"Oh, boxes, and satin cases, and
Milk with dry hands. The man
"Yes, sir."
cushions, and chocolates, and fancy
who
milks with wet hands is usually
"You 'black up' with 'cork' to repsoaps, and—well, it depends, of course,
very
careless as well in the other
resent
a
negro,
don't
you?"
upon what they sell and where we
details
of the dairy business.
"Yes,
sir!"
go," she added, as she looked at the
A
man
who abuses his stock has
"Well, you call that an 'honorable
list In her hand.
about
as
much chance of reaching •:
It was two o'clock when we eventu- business,' I suppose?"
"Yes, sir, so much more so than that Better Land as the Golden Rule
ally reached the Fterkeley, where we
We are in a position
has of being worsted to death.
stopped and hsd some luncheon. Then my father's that I should certainly
It's a pretty good plan to have arto take your order
say
'yes.'
"
I left Isabel to her errands while I
rangements
made
so
thai
u
^
sic«:k
for any kind of book
went to be shampooed, and she was "Ah! indeed!" said the lawyer, can get in out of the storm should
changing
his
manner
instantly,
"and
binding. Hare the
in the highest spirits when I met her
one come up while the family i s '
pray—tell
what
might
your
father's
•main.
magazines, sheet
away.
business be?"
music, etc., bound
"Well," I asked, "and have you got "A lawyer, sir."
An exchange tells about a man who
•our bazaar articles very cheap?"
in handsome books
becomes ili at the smell of butter.
"My dear," she i.aid gaily, "I can't
at very small cost.
Now, we feel sorry for such a man.
The Golden <i©al.
can be saved on any make of machine. Practically
T h i s little weed, a roadside p l a n t ,
toll
ycu
how
nice
the
've
been
at
the
Either
he
has
not
had
any
of
the
real
nevy machines at from $15 to $50. See us before
A parched a n d piteous suppliant.
shops. They wore just a teeny bit
article or he has a complex nervous
a n d doomed,
paying manufacturer's price. Old machines bought
reserved at first—some of them; but Clur.KT rtaom ptlhe ed dust:/
system that wc hope isn't contagious.
sfctrts o f life,
Mrs. B-B's name is a sort pf open
The first, and all important, point •
And would not yield the t r a g i c strife
Until It bloomed.
sesame, you know. It must be lovelyi
in selecting a cow Is to note the Mz<> •
to be an open sesame," she added,} O brave we^ 1, with your c r i m s o n price
ot the udder; whether it is large, uni- •
T H E a* a * a *
si thing, "even If it's only through} Your d e s t i n y h a s touched m i n e e / « ,
formly placed with teats placed at the
JOURNAL B J I L D I N G , CORUNNA.
coal or groceries, ana fully worth the
proper distance, to notft whether the
T o show m e w h y
Our race, a l o n g i t s sordid Way,
name of Brown; Resides, ruoney takes
udder ia flabby and not fleshy, which
Still J r e a m s a romlnjf golden d a y .
everywhere nowadays, not only
is partieutttrly apparent immediately
And c a n not die.
<<<<«<<<<<•": •you
after milking.
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represents the best of Companies.
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I have an eleven room, two
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for two family's with barn in the
City of FHut/pleasaullv situated
opposite Brown Hall Building,
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All tfcrougb this great United
States the Question of good roads is,
X dare say, gives as much thought as
any other question which is of vital
Interest to both the farmer and the
merchant The merchants, and townspeople in general, are just a much interested in having good roads leading
into their villages and cities as the
farmer is in having a good road ad*
jaceut to his own farm. Many'of the
smaller cities and villages could not
exist were it not for the farming community surrounding them, and they
are willing to help improve the main
traveled roads to draw trade, or keep.
it from .a •neighboring'market.
In traveling through the different
states it is surprising to note the advr.isccment made in building roads
during the past decade. Yet there are
many places where the roads have
been opened for 30 or 40 y^ars and today they are scarcely passable—mile
after mile of roots and holes which
not only make traveling slow but
racks and breaks vehicles.
la the eastern part of Michigan is
a township where the . roads all
through it are a credit to the people.
Their plan of improving the roads is
to DO road worlr. At the township
election, where the whole people have
a voice, they appropriate as much
money as they are able to raise to be
used in the hauling of gravel on the
roads aftei the regular road tax has
been worked out in June, where the
roads are dry. At this time they
round up the load bed and clean out
all ditches so that no water will stand
and cause boles to be cut by the passing of heavy loads. This leaves the
roadbed in splendid shape for the
gravel, which Is put on later to the
summer. After this is pat on the road
is thoroughly packed with a steam
roller. Again 1c the fall just before
it freezes up the roadbed Is rounded
up with the roed grader. Another Important factor In their road building
besides having plenty of good gravel
in all parts of the township is that
they h « * » ferr s:o;i"wIwi understand
how and when the wor£ should be
done and the management is given
over to them year after year rather
than choosing a new path-master
yvery year to work out new ideas
which are "'.'tot logical and are not a
means to a successful end,
During the winter, continues the
correspondent of Farmers' Review,
whet there is nothing much to except chore*, they make a "Bee." and
everybody, or nearly
everybody,
spend! two days hauling gravel. This
work Is donated for the good of the
caute. The grave! is put on the side
roads daring the winter. This keeps
all the roads where lighter teaming is
done in good repair, at the/*ame time
it increases the value of property not
located on the main roads.
Farmers in this township always
have good roads, which saves time
when they find it necessary to make,
a hurried trip to town in harvest
Ttey have not the wear and breakage
of rigs that some have, neither have
they a fog of dusf, settling oh their
crops every time a team passes.
MAKING HAYSTACKS
SAFE.
Stack Hay Around Pole if Animals
Are to Feed Out of Stack.
When bay is stacked, It will keep
better and waste less if put In as
large stacks as possible, it is often
convenient to let animals feed out of
the stack, and unless something is
done to prevent it, there Is danger of
their undermining the stack and be-
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IN CAMP OR F I E L D - A T
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
There Is always a etaACS
to onjujr torn (hooting
TO SHOOT WELL VOU MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH
A RELIABLE FIREARM: the only kind we b m
b o « making for upward* of fifty years,
Ow Line: RIFLES, PISTOLS, SH0T8UIS,
RIRE TELESCOPES, ETC.
A*k your Denier, and insist on the
STEVENS. "Where n o t sold by K*staJl«rs, we ship direct, expr*w» p r e .
g»*g. upon receipt <••! Catalog price.
«»**••»«• _A n liulUpeuaubte lHM>k of
r*J»«ty reference for tnu.n and boy
•hootc-v*. AfitUed for 4 cent* In
*tMtftp>< to cover vnxu*gr.
tteantlfut
r e s c o l o r I l a m r r r forwarded for
STEVEX3 ARMS & TOOX. CO.
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coraing suddenly buried under it,
hence the importance of securing the
stack, as shown in the Illustration.
The hay is stacked around a stoat
r>ole in the center, explains Farm and
Home, the top of which is allowed to
project enough so that three ropes or
heavy wires can be attached to it and
the other ends of them fastened to
stakes driven securely
into the
ground.
FIRST F R U I T S .
Early rising isn't near as Important
as making the licks count after you
rise.
The man behind the garden will
be behind in bis fruit His place is
in the garden.
It costs too much in time and forfeited respect to nag at Vac hired man
wten he neglects triiies.
A little farm free from indebtedness is rather to be chosen than a
big farm with a mortgage.
Gather up all brush and promptly
burn it, thus killing millions of fungous germs and insect eggs.
Very few farms are without suitable soil and location for a good
berry garden, and that farmer who
exists, year after year, without t. good
fndt garden, has not learned <d] the
prtadpWs of gcod Hvi&f.
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CAMPING
OUT.
A Night's Outing Which Had a Thrilling Termination.
The elder boys—Irvine, Ralph and
Percy—had gone camping out. When
they drove away with the brand-new
tent, the cooking dishes and the box
tamr toes before a bright wood fire.
"Who would have thought of such
a thingr* said mamma. "The sky
was • perfectly clear when X went to
bed."
"It la the worst thunderstorm we
have had for years," said papa. "I
hadn't a doubt that the tent was
safe on that southeast slope,"
"What did you think was happen*
ing to you. Billy?*' asked Don.
"I don't know," answered Billy.
"Towser pulled me before I had time
to catch my think."
"I don't care, I like camping out,"
Bald Don.
"So do I," said Billy, "But," he
added, nestling back against h's
mother's breast, "I like to be rescued,
too."—Elizabeth Hill.
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A GOOD T R I C K ,
Swinging., a Glasis of W a t ? r Hs!d
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April 19 to November 30
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VARIOUS ROUTES
We all know UVAI when we cover a
drinking irlass quite full of water with
a sheet of stuut paper in such a manner that not a single bubble of air remains between the liquid and the
sheet, the'paper will cling to tbe rim
of the tumbler, en account of the pressure of the atmosphere, closely enough
to enable us to turn the glass upside
down without the watea^ being able to
escape. The following is.one application of this principle:
Attach a string to the center of a
square of cardboard covering a glass
by means of a simple knot on the inside, and securely seal the aperture
with wax so that no air may gain an
entrance.
Now suspend the glass by means of
this string to a hook fixed to the ceilbig, and yoa will have a pendulum that
The Canvas Slew Away, and Away yon may safety swing without the danThey Went Whirling Down HML
ger of the glass fairing, tbe whole day
if desired.
of provisions, tile smaH brothers, Don,
The experimenter witt do well to
Denny and Billy, felt very , down- grease the rim of the glass, so that no
hearted indeed.
"Never mind" said mamma, trying to comfort them. "Yon shall go
to the Sunday school picnic next
•week.'*
But Don and Denny mournfully
shook thefr »»•»«£-; What Tras i Sunday school picnic, compared with
camping out in the woods? "Ton
can't shoot bears at a SOB day school
picnic," replied Don.
**Nor sleep outdoors at night* nor
cook your dinner ox^r a camp fire,"
said Denny.
"Now, boys,** said papa, "between
yon and me, 2 don't believe Irving or
Ralph or Percy will Really shoot any
bears. They Just think they will.
But I don't see why yen can't have
a good time camping put, too.
"You have the old tent up in the
attic, and it can be pitched dn the orchard, t will set it up and lay a board
floor to-morrow. Yoa can have Biijy's<
trundle-bed, and lie crosswise, so that
it will be wide enough for three. You
may have the old wash-bench for a
table, and •three camp-chair*; Of course
yon cannot cook there, but how and
then we will have a fire and get a real
camp meal, just as the other boys
will. How will that do?**
"Splendid!" cried Don and Denny.
Billy jumped up and down in delight.
"Let them sleep out there!" exclaimed mamma.
"What harm could come to theraT"
said i&pa. "Towser will be with them;
they will be quite safe"
So the tent was pitched, and the
happy little boys began their camp
life. The orchard was on a slope of
land, facing the southeast. It was
only a short distance from the house,
but the foliage was so thick that you
could not see the house from the orchard.
.411 day the boys played as usual,
but the things they did seemed different from usual. Th3y did not have to
keep dressed up, but went barefoot all,
the time, and wore old clothes and
hats; and mamma did no. bother
when they got soiled and torn. Once
when they met her, and a lady caller
on the garden walk, she only said:
"These boys are not at home now;
they are away on a camping trip.",
Their meals tasted different from
usual, also, although1 they had the
same tare that papa and mamma ate
at home. Once, however, papa came
out and built a fire In the orchard, and
they broiled steak, roasted eggs and
toasted crackers. Some way or other
their dishes got cleared away and
their beds made right along, although
they never troubled themselves about
it; and at bedtime mamma came in
to hear their prayers and tuck them
in. Towser slept in the tent door,
and every morning he woke them up
by lapping their faces.
One night they were suddenly awakened by a thunderclap, wThich seemed
to be right in the tent They clung
to one another, too scared even to
cry. The lightning flashed, the thunder pealed, the wind shrieked among
the trees, and the rain beat upon their
canvas. The tent was trembling.
Towser was howling with all his
might. And then, all at once, there
carae a terrific rush of wind and rain,
their tent-pole broke, they were torn
from bed, the canvas blew away, and
away they went whirling down hill.
What happened then the boys were
too bewildered to know distinctly; but
Don remembered fetching up against
a tree, and seeing—by a lightning
flash—little Billy washed by, with
Towser in pursuit, Then he saw the
dancing yellow gleam of a lantern,
and heard his father's voice calling:
""Boys, where are you?"
Towser caught Billy and dragged
him uphill—very frightened, wet and
muddy, although not seriously hurt.
Then papa carried him to the house,
while Don, Denny and Towser struggled on behind. And then there was
» lively rubbing with towels, a putting on of dry cloths*, and a sipping
w* hot chocolate as they sat toasting
Doing the Trick.
air will get in. Another precaution is
to try the experiment for the first time
on some unbreakable bowl or drinking
cup.—Magical Experiments,
THIS FOR YOUR FISHING TRIP.
You Can Make Your Bait Ron Out
of Lath,
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To make this useful bait box for
your fishing excursion select two
pieces of lumber about eight inches
square. 'Saw 16 pieces of lath about a
foot long, and nail them around yonr
eight-inch piece of board, leaving onequarter inch space, between the laths.
Make the door of two of the laths, the
hinges being India rubber, and a button of a piece of lath and a screw
a
like F!g, 1.
But in making this box be careful
how you hammer the nails, caution
Philadelphia Ledger. Look at the
point and place it Just the way you
EVERYTHING FOR PICTURE MAKING *
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think it ought not to go. The poiut is
broad one way and not the other;
put the broad way across the grain
of the wood like Pig. 2, otherwise the
nail forms a wedge and splits your
lath.
You may generally observe a faint
line running across the head of a nail,
even in tacks; these lines run with
the grain of the wood when the nail
has been properly driven.
Didn't Want It.
Inventor—I have just patented a
new nlckeI-12-the-slot machine, which
T would like you to take hold of. it is
an entirely new design and will never
get out of order.
Nickel-ir-the-slot Capitalist—Never
get out of order? Huh! No money in
a machine like that.—N. Y. Weekly.
Neighbors.
"I beg your pardon, sir, but I'm going to ask you if your daughter would
mind not playing on the piasfc for the
next two weeks?"
"May I ask, sir, the reason for this
extraordinary request?"
"Well, you see, my son wishes to
get a good start with the flute."—Life.
The City of Casualties.
First Citizen (out west)—Did you
notice that man? His nose is broken,
one eye out, forehead all bandaged up,
and one ear gone. Wonder if he rras
in the Spanish war?
Second Citixen—Not old ftiongh.
Maybe he lives in New York.—N. Y.
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-rGeo, Haines was convicted of steallei a re ot the state oa Michigan, to
bad
advertised his goods, there came
ing potatoes by a jury in Justice Mcmeet in extraordinary session on
Bride's coort Tuesday and sentenced to unto him great multitudes frcw all reMonday, the seventh day of Octothe Detroit bouse of correction Jor gions round about and did Nif of him.
W TrtC SAVING* DEPARTMENT
^ n Impure mat , ^ which the skin, l!«r, ber, 1907, at twelve o'clock noon, of
ninety days. Persons bearing the trial And when bis competitors saw it they
OF THS
lflinsys sad other organs cannot take cape that day, to ^onsidei such matters
marvel among themselves saying: * How
say h« got what he deserved.
as shall be submitted by the govern
«f without help.
tt
—A. L. MuatTOft and wife are today be It tuat this man is busy while we loaf
Plmptea, boils, ecxenia and other erop- or by special message
t
rejoicing o/er tbe arrival of an eight Idly about our door*f" And be spoke
tittta, low of Appetite, that tired feeling,
h&ftous turns, fits ot indigestion, dull head.
and three quarter pound boy. Came unto them: "In this fast age of push
6IY1I6 OUT
aches sad many other troubles are due to
just in time toVct in tbe paper,—Hes,- and hw&tle it is easier for a camel to
thsm They are removed by
perii Union, Mrs. Mu9croft was form- euter the eye of a needle than for «. man
Ta* Suruggle Discourages Masy a Citizen
to flourish without advertising."
erly Miss Lulu Amstien, of this city.
of Michigan.
—About twenty neighbors and their
Judge MeCurdy Again Honored.
In usual liquid form or in chocolated
ON OH BEFORE
Around all day with ah aching back;
families
perpetrated
a
very
pleasant
surAt
tbe meeting of the supreme council
100 doses $L
Can't xest at night; ,prise last Thursday evening on George of Sovereign Inspectors General of the
Euough to make anyone "give o u t "
Priest, of Venice. A delightful social Thirty-tiard and last degree, Ancient the usual r in, there was a relapse, with
WILL DRAW
Doan's
Kidney
Pills
will
give
retime resulted, and tbe host was present- Accepteii Scottish'Kite for the northern lafc-1 results. Her mother wss here durT H E CORUNNA JOURNAL.
newed life.
ed with a token of his guests esteem.
jurisdictioo of tbe United States, held I.;g her illness and assisted in the nurtThey will cure the backache;
held In Boston, last week, Judge Hugo ing.
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Herald:
Mr*.
George
Keyes,
W & l X t f A JOHMSOK, Pr»prie*04*,
k-^
Cure every kidney III.
after suffering with cerebral trouble for MeCurdy, of this city, presented bis
3ere is Michigan proof that this is
Pubtialuxt every Thursday 'morning ai Co
a number of months, died at uer borne resignation as active member and
Marriage Licenses.
fa&aa, tfce county seat of Shiawassee county. so.
deputy for Michigan, alter a service Georee.11. Ferris,' Owww
Bevuteri to the SnleresLa o! th* HepubMvajD
ia
tb!s
township
on
Thursday
after•
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P»o^y*a4 tbe collsctiOD of general and loc*J
Clark Maibewso'o, carpenter, 637
noon. September 26tb. Funeral Satur- which for Iength.ab3 biga character of Gertrude Whaien, Caledonia......
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Randolph street, Traverse City, Mich.,
tbe service has rarely been duplicated RobertT. Nalsaiith, Owosso......
day afternoon, burial at Union Plains.
ftl.00 p«f. year la advance.
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Kidney trouble had aggravated
ffcrtiacrfbere wbo wish to stop tbe paper says:
—Miss Mabel Mack, teacher of piano,
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in
this
country.
— Mr. Thos. C Nickels was called to
«boa!d notify us direct, and not leave it U> the and irritated me for some time. My
lvab E. Bovce,- Owo#so
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tt Judge Busb's on Wednesdays. Phone Ann Arbor Monday to attend the funeral
M M D U t e r to do. He someiiiae* torgrt*. > Ai
Made a Master Macon in Birmingham Percy Oekerm»n. Burton
way* MM that your subscription te |<aid up t j back was lame, my limbs sore and 3 « 3r„ Owoaso.
IS
39-tf
lodge, August 15,1S50, Judge MeCurdy Lllilao I..Howard, Mtfdfebury....
Ihe d a t e you request u* t o stop tbts paper..
of
a
brother,
J.
H.
Nickels.
He
was
75
lender,
the
kidney
action
was
weak
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loantitraDd quality of the a4v*rtjai»e
—Earl Derham Is home, for a week years of age and had lived in Ann Ar> made steady and rapid progress in tbe Adraln B Dynes, Shlawastes.,..,
a y p t a n a K in the JOURNAL
is
abundant
testiand
tbe
secretions
contained
an
from St. Charles where he is employed bor for the past fifty years, He leaves order, and on November 13. 1873, was Katie E -'Norton', Shlawassre.
to ita ««Xue a» a r i advertising mediuaIS
offensive fmeiling sediment. Backache, as clerk la s drug store.
i t t a d e known at 'ae office.
a widow, three sons and one daughter. made an honorary member of the su- Walter J Drake, L*ltigi»bura.,
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of aewa are always acceptable. Be- pains ail through me and especially
' laat w h a t interest* you wit) g«t>enU!y
—Mr. and Mrs. E. Hasbrook, who are
—For sale: A small flock of tb rough- preme council, A. A S . B , September Leora Doyle* Lilngshnrg
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o a t f t , ood that It will pa ^adljr re- around the kidney regions gave me no
27.1S83, be was elected to Scottish Rite
Real EaUteTransters.
lv*A by u .
rest day or night. 1 used several visiting .friends in Illinois, has our bred barred Ply mouth. sjsck^gneJHHO for the Northern Masop-a^Uve memberW.KqrloD to H. Buskans. lot 1, 2
repeating rifta, one Merlin .$$ gepeatlwg
r e w d i e s and doctored faithfully but thanks for Illinois papers.
ship, and soon thereafter was chosen as and * Irlock 11, Maple Ridge park.
—Miss
Grace
Owen,
of
Vernon,
has
rifle,
one
Winchester
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repeating
rifle,
was not cared until 1 procured Doan's
tUHtt.Mwjlanuislt,!;
two double barrel shotguns, one double deputy for Michigan, su office he has Owoss'»,5£0.
Kidney Pills. Wbea I had used this returned xo the M. A. C.
held with credit ever state. For msn7
C, G/lffey to W. McKenzl*, lot *.
remedy frr a few weeks, I was cored
—Miss Irene Hume is attending the barrel hamnierlessshotgun. F. L. John- years be held the important position of
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son.
Coruoos.
andfc&erehas been no return of the State Normal at Tpsitaati.
T » r o » f i O A T . OCTOBKK 3» 1SOT.
chair man of the committee on jurispru- block 2A.M. L. S. -fcOo's. 2nd addition
complaint. I owe my cure entirely to
—CoTuaaa
and
St.
Johns
high
schools
—Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Cosatteck. of
dence. He bas stood high in tbe coun- OwocaO. 350. DoruTe Kidney Pilta."
Byroo, were guests e* Mr. sad Mrs, C. will play football here next Saturday. cil* of the Bite, and when hla resigna- C. NeLsoo to W. McKeozie, lot %
JLtrDTTOBOEKKRAC BRADurrwpon For sale by ail dealer*. Price 50E. Weieh the fiwt of the week,
The St, Johns lads oat-weigh Goruana tion was presented mat week a aaotfon block f M . L S . 4 Co's. 2nd addition^
arriving in Lansing found it »1* offi- cents. Foster Milborn Co., Buffalo,
—Mr*. B. D. Barnes Is visiting rela- considerably, bat they needn't tot this was made to refuse to accept -it, and it
Harishom & McKenzle, to A .
cial duty to send out to the counties New York, Sole Agents for t h tives
e
in Vancouver*, B. 0., and expects game down Is their'record book as won, was only after It was distinctly stated
SmllejTpart^f
lot 16, so") out lots 8
notice of the O x levy. The total United States.
for the locals are some spry, and Say 1» that It waa Judge McCurdyN argent
to be absent for an extended time.
stav> tax this year is 14,884 000. and
there with the kieking.
Remember the name Doan's and
wish that favorable consideration was and 9, Owosso, 190a
—John C. Quayle has bis straoal
la at the rate of «3.81 on each $1*000 take no other.
A. Lfbdsey to F. Walworth and
—Undersberiff Herrlek
returned given it. He was at once elected as
eoonty
fair
open
for
inspection.
Every
valuation, a s compared to ¢1.95 a
Tnesday from Montmorency county emeritDS member, entitling him to all wife, part of blocks 8 and 9, Riverside
product has a bine ribbon attached.
year ago. Auditor General Bradley,
Mosey i s s n a i l
where be *ad been after a witness in the privileges, fie is the only emeritus snbDiv.CaledoDia.280,
f w e v t i o n a aa
—Mr». Ecoilie Erb will leave Thnrs- the suit now on trial. He said be drove
•who Iain the field for the nominaA, VanWonnor to J. McLean, lot
well a s large
member of the RHe.
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tion for governor, was outspoken in
Send for free dsy for Santa Barbara, Cal. She ex- for seventeen miles through the finest
section^TeruoOf 683.80
booklet, Mito B. Stevens * Co., 884 14th S t , pects to remain in the golden state. "
reward to the tax levy,
A. Tucker toC. Bentlcy aod wife,
hard timber that be ever saw. Gee!
WaaaififftoB, SX C Bnuwtaes: Cbic*«o, CleveTwC' Deaths at Durand.
*'It i s altogether too high," he land, t*trott. Established 18S4.
lot
4, Wot* 1, Vernon. 135.
—Miss Sarah Marsball le;ft last Friday But wouldn't we like to help Herrlek
Durand, Sept 2S.—The funeral sersaid, "and there isnjt much excuse
lor Rochester, K. T., to take a position chop that timber down.
F. Johnson to C. Beotley and wife,
Vices over the remains of John Neviscn part lots 2 and 3, block 1, Vernon, ?00.
for it* This state can be run more
as bookkeeper with a large concern.
—Mrs. Harpley, mother of Mrs, John were iteid at bis late borne on Saginaw
**^^ !
economically than that, and til
S. Lawlerto SI Wert, part section
—James Bensoe, B. Jakawsv, of Bout well, was 75 years old last Scnday street tbts morning at 830 o'clock. The
should ever be elected governor I
Laingsborg, and Raymond Foland. of and Mr. ar>0 Mrs. John Bontwell, of this remains were taken to Dundee for 38,Sclota, 60X
would see to it that taxes are kept
Woodhuli were in the city yesterday,
city, and the other children gathered at burial. Mr. Nevison formerly was , j A. Cook to A. B. Cook, part section
down. We are increasing public ex^" 11, Benhibgton and part Section f>,
—SupL Clark Sbipman, of the Lapeer her home In Dsvleburg Sunday In honor the harness btisiness here and was one
nm
penditures a good deal faster than
Shiawassee, 6t>00.
T H A T W E L INTEREST YOU
of,
ner
birthday.
There
were
seven
schools,
visited
bis
parents
here
Saturof the town Voidest residents.
w e swo increasing our wealth, and I
EL Larning to I. Stones lots 1 and
children present and raavy grand childday. He Is wei£ptehsed With Lapeer.
The remains of little Miss Beatrice 2, block. 7, Lairigsbnr^, 500.
wani to tell you that the taxpayers
—Tbos. Agncw, of Detroit, Is in the
—Mrs. I. O. Derr. Sr^ returned Satur- ten. Over thirty ware seated at the Carter were taken to the home of her
few!ft.too.
D. Hick* to R. Aibenson, p a n of
t4
parents in Canada this morning. This Bectioo 48, Sclota,1080,
day from A two 0)0011187 visit with her
H I ever get «ib be governor 1 city.
—Philander G. Westeott father of little girl came ber£ about six sweeks
—Archie Burnett Is borne from De- son and family in Hard, ^ortb Dskoia.
won't ride some hobby through at
Charles
and John Wutoott, of Durand, ago to vtait her cousin, Mrs. O, A. Peter'• .(| ;•
—Mr. Amldon, of Grand Traversa,
tbe expense of the taxpayers. The troit ^
died
lass
week Tuesday at 5 o'clock, In
people need not build any state in— A C . Marshall is quits III with a was tbe guest of Mr. Cesse the fer#part St. Mary's hospital, In Saginaw, where son. Following her arrival here she
was taken III with typhoid fever. Aftir
•tttetion as a monument to m e . "
of the week, Ee formerly lived In
fever, ^
be
was
rakes
two
weeks
ago
for
t^sa^
—Persy Is to have a big field day Hase)to-9.
meat for prostatitis. The remain 4 were
—Mrs. F.Eurlbtft. who has been visit- brought so Durand Wsdassdsy faora*
GoTSBatoB W A K K K B has issued e Oct.ft.' -\ .
*all for an extra session of the legis—John T. MeCurdy was in Detroit ing Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Wilcox and lag sad |he fetoeral services were held
latnre to convene October 71h,
other friends here, returned to Ana Ar- In the St S. eharesi Friday morning at
yesterday. '
• I t e r onoting the provisions of the
bor Tuesday. '; ••'. ,,, _.
lO^Oo'ekwkjcenduetsdby Bev, N. C.
The date of txptntioa of
—Editor
Saeardy
spent
Sonday
fn
ewaatltotlon which gives him power
—Wallle
Mans,
of
Missoula,
Montana,
Karr. •'
Lexington.
on yosaf pgfwg
t*> convene the legislature in extra
is visiting relatives and friends here.
—Ftrs dSwtroysd the home occupied
R
,
F.
Kay,
of
Morrica,
was
la
the
awaalr'^ the governor s a y s :
He has been absent for six years and by Mr. aod Mrs. Fred Onyoo, on the
" A t toe last regular session of the city afoDday.
aUiicea there k no
for yoof
notes many changes.
Perrin farm north of town, Monday
legislature the senate and house dis-Herbert Btlley, Jr., vUited in DefctenqpaA*
—We are pleased to leer* that 6eo* afternoon. Mrs. Onyoo was using gasongrssil regarding the bill making an troit over Sunday.
line
in
extermlnatieg
bags
when
the
W. Swarthoot, Of Laingsburg, who has
SQpropriaUon for the maintenance of
—Bay Derham, of Ann Arbor, was been Ul for a long time, Is on the road fire started, although no matches were
the Central f o r m a l School for the borne over Sunday.
used. She escaped with her cblktreo,
JTto recovery of health.
esutning two years, a* well as for
but
not
a
thing
In
the
house
was
saved,
—Dr. and Mrs. Bailey are spending a
—Frank McBrlde returned from bis
tmpr^nonenta at, that institution.
i t was a bad loan to Mr. and Mrs. Ooyon.
few weeks in Ontario. *
trip
to Holly, Colorado. Monday. He
TJC contention was raised after the
—Mis? Edna Llndsey i« still COD fined reports the Coronca contingent at that -^Durand Express.
legislature adjourned that the bill as
—An exchange says: "Many a woman
place well and happy^
signed by tho governor was not the to her home by ill Dees.
You get a beapmg
goes
shopping dressed In slik and ?•—Ernest and Claude Muzzy are very
bill that passed tbe house and sen—Miss Florence, daughter of Mr. and
pound of die pure
veloped in perfume, whose hardworkate and was therefore void, thus de- ill with typhoid fever.
Mrs. John Y. Martin, entertained twening husband hasn't bad a new suit of
oU-la$luoDcd Arpriving the school of fund a for main—L. Haughton, of Romeo, visited bis ty of ber >oung friends Thursday even- clothes or a decent meal for five years.
E>uckles'AR10SA
tenance and necessary betterments. parents here this week.
ing to a birthday party.
.
Yes and many * loafer Standi on the
Coffee, that took
"The people of the state are almost
*-Pettibore & Feoner are going to street with a stinging pipe In his face,
—Fred E. Close ana W. E. Savage, of
M
v
* unit in demanding that ail candi- Byron, were hi the city Sunday.
care of the nerves and digestion
c"vSe out their $3,000 stock of hardware. his tank full of booze acd his mouth
dates for public office who are voted
Now
is
the
time
to
make
good
bargains
fall of profanity, whose hardworking of your grandparents, acd has
—Claude Hatchings, of Bancroft, is
for by the primary system shall be atfeadiag tbe M. A. C. at Lansing.
on seasonable goods. See adv.
wife ha-a^t had a new dre*« or a kiod
been the reading coffee of die
Every parent, young man or woselected by the people, and under no
man
who is tntotstedia any way
word
since
they
were
married."
—Frank
Kiccaid
took
two
ten
quart
—J. H. Draper, of Howell, was a
tworld for 37 years.
circumstances by a delegate convenIK
baatnea
cducataoa to write for
pajla full of honey out of a bee tree the
—George P. Casler, a prominent Mida
copy
of
oar
new Prosptctas. It
tion. The existing law in Michigan guest at the Grand Central Monday.
YouTI
never
"have
to
>juit
first of tbe week. Frank V) going to dlebury farmer, had ariose call to death
tefls yoo what we do and why oat
makes this, provision for all candi- —Verhon village psld tts last bond have boney on bis cakes all winter.
Arbuckles.*
stodehts KKCKW& so wefl. Write
last week, when he fell from the roof of
dates save those for governor and la*t week and is now free from debt.
at once ioe h* Enter any day or
—The bans of marriajce have been i.\B banf striking t n his head and shoul^Don't let wy man switch you a> evening. Detroit Busmcs Utulieutenant governor. At its recent
—Mrs. I. 0. Derr. Jr., of Detroit, is
published in St. Paul's Catholic church ders. The ace de it happened about 10
session the legislature failed to visiting at tbe borne of I O. Derr, Sr.
over to coffee that pays him big ^S) vmity, 16^21 WfkoxSb, Detroit,
of
Dennis
Kildeo,
Jr.,
of
New
Lotbrop,
o'clock
in
the
morp
ing
and
it
was
not
Mkh. R.J.B«aiiett, C . P . A
make a number of changes in the
—Mrs. M. Messenger, of Detroit, was and Miss Mary Catherine Fly up, of Mor- until that night did be regain consviou^- pohts at the expense of your
Pria, V.F.|cw«lLPm.
law which the people of the stale de- here on business the first of tbe week.
rice.
'-- ' nesa. Dr. A. T. Parriah was called aid heart, stomach and nerves.
i :
sire. Theso universally desired
C until wi&afl
—Edward Sieh. of Laisgsbttrg, was
«fSwN««alfW
while
be
found
no
broken
bones,
the
—According to an orfeer issued by
changes abould be made before an*
Na.2041, OaJat Wa«kw»
entertained Friday by Gilbert J. Cole, Superintendent W. F. Bradley, all the patient suffered severely from internal r«dUw.
other general election is hold in
Michigan. The legislature alone —Rotert Reberer, of Philadelphia, is Aon Arbor passenger conductors will injuries, but is now getting along nicevisiting his cousin, A. J. Scba«r,of this be compelled to wesr uniform caps here- ly .—O vid Register.
can supply the needed remedies.
after.
—The story is going the round that
"Regarding the situation as extra- city.
—Harold Close, of Byron, lost bis —Bancroft Commercial: I. L. Roberts one oi Fenion's attorneys who la in posordinary and as demanding immediate attention, I hereby call the legis- driving pony last we?';—too much and brother-'n-law bad a good cater: in session of a pt t bull dog bad a trying
clover.
Shiawassee river Saturday. They took experience & few evenings ago. While
—^obn Brooks, of Detroit, was the home an eight pound pickerel and sev- disrobing for the night he got tangkd
op In some of his wearing apparel so
gueet of John Driscoll and family over eral nice bass.
Sunday.
—W. D. Brands left Sunday evening that for a few ruinates be was unable to
see what was going on around him. He
-Miss Grace Delano, of the prosecu- for Montana to look after bis sheep
tor's office, siient Sunday at her home ranch. Ee was accompanied by Burr made considerable disturbance in extriin Da rand.
Eveletb, who will visit his brother, cating himself and the dog thinking
that a burglar had gotten into tbe bouse
.—E. H^ Decker, of Alms, was here Ralph, in that^state.
immediately rushed to tbe sceoeand beyesterday trying to make a deal for a
fore the wreck was cleared away it is
drug
stock.
said
that the attorney was bitten seven
One w*y is to pay no attention
Cbaa. E. KiffieT,
A. D. Whipple,
—Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Weller leave SatJ*re*tdent
Caanier | titnes between the chiffonier aod front
to it; at least not until it deChaa. W. Gale,
Geo. H- Sweet,
urday
for
Anbuin,
N.
Y.,
for
a
coople
ball.
velops into pneumonia, or
Vice President
Aas't. Cashier !
of
weeks'
visit.
—Armada. Mich,, Sept 30:—Rev. F,
bronchitis, or pleurisy. AnS.
Hurlburt, ot Armada, bas received as
—The
Coraona
Woman's
Club
will
other way is to ask your docTHE*
a
bequest
from X. B. Horton, of Dimontor about Ayer's Cherry Pec- toeet with Mrs. Eriwaid L. Mason Mondale, a book published in 1714 by Tbos.
toral. If he says, " The best day evening, Oct. 7.
Bennett. M. A., rector of St. James'.
—Mrs. Clarence Hamlin, of Durand,
thine for colds," then take it.
Colcbeeter,
England. A remarkable
| vitfted her parents, Mr. and Mr* Marcus
Do as he stys, anyway.
feature
of
the
book is tbe state of
I Wilcox, over Sunday.
O w o * * o , MIcHlsan
preservation at 1&3 years after publicaW« pttfeUah our tonuuitm
j —Fred Craig returned last week from
tion.
The manuscript was prepared
We baaf*)i alcohol
a vUit with friends at Muskegon and Capital, * £»100,00.00
nine
years
before publication. Tbe
Wa -arte yea to
other northern places.
coaMalt your
eon rents include a general system or i
OoMor
j —Duncan Hjckett le'i yesterday to • a J 3 **Ha" O
Deposits body of divinity and the 39 article* of j
the bowels are constipated, pc; jacvept a position as operator for tbe
reltgion, to wbich U added St. Jerome'* ,
soaous substances are absorbed inro tbe ; Ann Arbor at Cadillac.
epistle to Nepotianus. Mr. Horton r>**\
blood instead of being daily removed from i
DIKECTORS:
qtie*ted before bis dentb, on Oot. "25,!
the body as nature intended. Knowing i —Oouatv Clerk Martin attended the W. B. Cambers
W. >f. Kiipatnc'K
1906. that the book be given to Kc-v.i
this dancer, doctors always inquire lboot district eativ*.** »t Nvon Tu°*d*y. K. F. D\2*1W
Geo. T. M»^->n
Chaa. W. C'ale
Chaa. K. BijTley
t t e condition of the bowels. Ayer's Pills; Thor« wig
Mr. Harlburt. R<*v. Burlburt ig a son-'
W. A. Woodard
no material change in tbe
>ayta#j,.c.Ayrc»^inwau.«pw, - vote as heretofore given.
in-law of Senator Wilcox, of this rity, <
All Humors
S'i
\ MONEY DEPOSITED
CITIZENS*
SAVINGS
B A N K OF 0W0SS0
Hood's Sarsaparilla
OCT. Stfc.1907
^INTEREST
If left Three Months
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When Vba
Take Cold
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Twenty-five boxes of good
Laundry Soap to sel! at ten bars for
25c, or $2.40 per Box. It's atotyv'-^
EE
Belter Get a Box,
Owosso Savings Bank
C QUAYLE
The Orfglnai Cash Groc*r«
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GOING OUT
BUSINESS
$8000.00 worth of Hardware, Tia
and Granite Ware, Coal Stoves,
Stee! Ranges, Buggies, Cutters and
Farm Implements going to be sold
AT ACTUAL COST
October Offerings
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NEW UNDERWEAR, ALL STYLES ArsD TRICES
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. The Army Mule.
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(The quartermaster's department at
Washington has recommended the substitution of transportation automobiles for
army mules.)
Ws performed our daeds heroic for th*s
blue and for the gray;
I W v e saved the boys iiv Cuba, and we're
savins 'em to-day
Where they're leamin' of their lessons In
the Igorrote's school—
*<5ut at Washington they've flguied that
it's best to shelve the mule.
We have plugged alone the desert with
our tongues and ears adroop,
But we never let a redskin catch us lagEin' from our troop;
We have froaen In Montana, where we
chased the bands of Sioux,
But we took our doses proper, for us
army folks can't choose.
So let 'em do their Muffin' with their
autoa on parade;
lieal sghtia's 'e never pulled off on
smooth roads and level grade;
If wheels can ever ma, ; it they can pack
me till I g r u n t Can my gasoline successor ever do that
little stunt
Just wait until the bills ars splttin lead
upon you folks;
And wait until the wagons only show up
half their spokes;
It's then you'll hear the whiplash a-crackla' something crooi,
Aad, astrainia' in th* traces, that same
old army mule!
—The FrssoMa,
IN THE SOLDIERS' HOME.
On* Old Veteran Who Had Discover**
What Trvs Rsltfiion Was.
SALE COMMENCES
The electric c a n bearing the legend
"& * S. Home** ran along streets Hbewtfh? supplied with bill-boards which
proclaim that young men between the
ages of 17 and 35 are wanted for the
United States navy and army. Those
seeking recruits for the navy predominate, because a large portion of
the recruits for, the navy comes from
inland. They are inviting four-sheet
posters, with a spruce-looking young
sailor In the foreground and a battleship lying in the offing, overarched
with the legend, **A» opportunity to
see the world."
To look on this picture, then on the
picture of the wreckage made by
war, at the end of the car-line, seems
hardly to constitute ah attractive ln-
, OCT. 3 R D
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and continues until entire stock is
closed out If you wish to save
retailers' profits 'come early while
the assortment is good.
- * - . -*-:-
What He Wanted to Know.
for the
ifl's Pressed Steel Boats
ItJLUJS'S P a s s e d Steel Boats are faster, more durable and
safer. T*<«.v do hot crack, le»k, dry out or sink- Each boat
being equipped with air chancers like a life boat. Mnllin's
Bow Boats row easier, are cleaner, easy to handle, do not
become -waterlogged and heavy. MnlHn's Steel Motor Boats have
reliable engine noieetess underwater exhaust. Complete illustrated catalogue mailed free on request.
THE W. H. MULLIN'S CO.,
SALEM,
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OHIO.
Bow etrlf In Me to© value4, of
"•olid" gold and "sterling" rilver fs
iiopmwd on n is illustrated by an
incident told with much enjoyment by
a delegate from Mississippi who attended a recent convention. One of
bis neighbors calling to bid him godspeed brought his six-year-old son
with him, and to amuse the youngster
he was shown the aquarium where
numerous gold fish glittered and glistened- After gazing At them in admiration for a few moments he was
asked what he thought of them, and
in reply said: "They're pretty, but
are they solid?"
'
Look Forward with Hope.
Put all your past failures behind
you, forget them. let the dead past
bury its dead, don't cry over spilt
milk, the water that is past cever
>»ill turn the niin, yesterday's flowers
never will bloom again, last year's
apples are Dead sea fruit. the spoken
word can't be recalled, and the hour
glass of time when its sands are ran
never can be refilled. The past is behind, the future ahead. Forget the
one, lojok with hope to the other.
"I Come Out and Entertain de Birds."
vitaiion; yet perhaps the comfort of
the home provided by the government
for its disabled veterans adds its own
suggestion of attractiveness to a military life.
Within the gates are ample grounds
and commodious buildings. Old soldiers bask on benches In the sunshine,
or fish in a Utile lake with an apparent satisfaction which seems to be no
whit lessened by the lack of flsh; or
they limp or shuffle along the walks,
or do light work about the grounds.
Each man has his own story. Here
are 2,000 cep^-ate tragedies of the
long aftermath of war.
One old soldier, who saluted with
military grace, the visitor stopped;
and his cheerful story, with its human
Interest, stands out from among the
dozen or 20 others of the day'B casual
acquaintanceships, says the Youth's
Companion.
"How long have you been herer
seemed the natural question for the
opening of conversation; and as the
questioner had thought might be the
case, it afforded a point of departure
for a narrative.
"I am ashamed to tell you," answered the veteran, selecting his
words with precision, but speaking
with a strong German accent. "I haf
teen here 14 years.
"I did not t'ink ven first I came
dat I should be blessed mlt so much
sorrow as to lif so long. And maybe
if nature hat not joint de great pusiness Interests opposed to mine, 1 coult
haf been out part of de time.
"It is hard for one man in small
pusincLo and not strong to compete
mit great fortunes and nature, too.
"I made candles; and de oil and de
var and my diseases and ail put me
out of pusiness. And I haf much ;>ain,
anrl it is hard for me to va^ about,
and dere is no !>usfi#ss for me. For
who shall boy candles any more from
me? And how shall I go into de oil
pusiness? So I get; a little more poor,
and a little more veak, and a little
more ache and pain, and I gif it up,
and t'ink, 'It is not for long'; aid
Getting Even.
He—You go and kiss another woman and then go and say things about
her you wouldn't have her hear for
the world. She—And you go and kiss
your wife and then go out and do
things you wouldn't have her know
for the world.
Sctne ic Act II of "The District Leader," Owosso Theatre, Friday Evening, Oct. 4.
Starting
Starting
Starting
Starting
with
with
with
with
the Children's fleeced at
Ladies' fleeced at „;.
Ladies' Union Suits at
Men's Shirts at
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12ic
25c, 3 7 k , ,50c
50c, ¢1.00, £2.50
50c, 98c, $1.49
^00 doL% Hosiery of the best g o d s in the market. ^We
bought, these goods early and will seii at old prices. We have
sold since we opened our store over 6000 pairs of hose. We
ail want them.
Long Gloves, black and white...
$1.00, 1.50,-2.00 per pair
5000 y'ds Best Prints at..._
7c pei y'd
Butterick Patterns are the best
10c and 15c
Beginning Oct. 15th, this store will close every evening,
Mondays and Saturdays excepted, at 6:30.
J. E Garland & Co.
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THE WIDE AWAKE DRY GOODS HOUSE
here I stay and haf ache* and pains iment, made up entirely of veterans
for 14 years!
f who had seen service in the previous
"It is toe long? 1 did not fink it j nine months' call Seven days from
vtll'be so long! ButT try to make de i the time the fifty-eighth's quota was
pest of It, and do vat little goot lean. ; complete In September, 1863, it was on
"Religion? Tea, I t'ink so. Bat j the firing line in the Wilderness under
sometimes not In de olt country ve Gen. Grant From this time until the
vas all raised Lutheran. And ven I end of the war, young Dunham was
come to dis coantry,.my religion vas not out of hearing of whistling bullets.
first I was getting into my vork, and
In November, 1864, at the age of 17,
den it vas var. And var is hart on he was commissioned second Ueuten*
religion. And den I read, and 1 find ant, and soon overcame the resent
how many religions are in dis coun- mest of men under him who were old
try, and more ii\ de vorld, and I say, enough to be his father, by his skill
J haf not capital to invest in an, and in handling them and his courage fn
X do not tike to risk vat little I haf battle. With the rest of the Fiftyin any von! So 1 say, 'My religion is eighth—which Is given a high rating •
moral principle—dat is my religion.*
in. Cox's "300 fighting regiments'"—
"And it sound velL And I hear Lieut Dunham was in the thick of the
many men say it! And I notice de sa- war from the Wilderness tor the takloons outside de gate thrive de more ing of Petersburg, At Spotsylvania
as men say dat is all de religion dey he had his only severe wound, a shafe*
hat And I t'ink de religion which tered band which confined him for a '
haf only moral principle some vay short while in the West Philadelphia
does not make men so moral as de hospital, where he had a, distinction
religions dat haf more.
And I probably never before pi;"since envender vat Is de religion dot begins joyed by a boy of 17. He voted for*
somevere else, but makes moral prin- President Lincoln. ^
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ciple.
Lieut Dunham fared much better
"Van, X atop reading ven spring than his comrades in battle. He was
comes, aitd X come oat and entertain one of the Fifty-eighth's two commisde birds. Oh* res, It is so! Ton hear sioned officers to escape death when
me vhistle? Dat Is de robin. Now Cemetery TOIL at Petersburg v a s
hear de lark! I interest de birds; blown up. The anion troops had undey fink | am von of dem, and dey dermined the confederate lines, bat ayonder vy I do not fly! And de more premature blast left alive only «0 men
I lif among de birds, and de more I In the regiment He had another narlook up at de trees and de sky, I say, row escape when his company was
'Ah, God Is goot!' And It does me raiding the plantation of U* confedergoot dat I do not get ven I say, 'My ate leader, McGuider, On one occareligion is moral vrtnclple.' And L sion when he went into the commisfind de moral principle comes easier. sary at Alexandria to procure a new
"Den I remember de (At church la sword, an uncouth individual who
de olt country, and vat my modder aided him in selecting it turned out
taught me, and I say, Tea. moral prin- to be Oeu. Phil Sheridan.
ciple ir goot, but dis fs better/ And * In June, 1866, he was breveted first
ven 1 suffer I find strength, and I say. lieutenant, then only 18 years old.
*Pourtee»» years is long, too long; I After the mustering oat of the troops
vonder vy 1 am blesseu mlt so much in 1865, he 11 red in Cincinnati and".
suffering?' Out Ood is goot, a^d if it Buffalo for several years. In Buffalo
la best, 1 vill stay 14 years more.'"
he was commander of G. A. R. post
20S.
On returning, to Massachusetts
SHERIDAN AIDED HIM.
he was appointed a state police offiGeneral Helped Young Commissioned cer, a position he held for 20 years.
Though now 60, he is younger thaii
Officer Select His Sword.
most of his comrades of the war, and
George Dunham of Boston believer expects to live many years yet
himself to be the youngest commisNew York's Water Reserve.
sioned officer who fought in a MassaNew
Yoik has 67,000,000,000 gallons
chusetts regiment in the civil war.
of
water
stored away in its mountain
He was a second lieutenant at 17 and
reservoir.
a first Lieutenant at 18.
Mr. Dunham was born in Fairhaven
Value of Trade Secrets.
In 1845, and at the outbreak of the
The value of trade secrets a$. a busiwar was attending high school. In
August, 1862, the federal mustering ness asset was emphasized recently
officer, in looking over the Third Mas- by a'decision-of the court or errors
sachusetts regiment, saw a mild man- and appeals of New Jersey, compelling
nered, rosy-cheeked b<|f, whom he the American Can company to reimgreeted abruptly with, "How bid are burse ah eastern concern for having
used one of the latter's secret procyou, kid?"
esses in manufacturing tin. One of
"Eighteen," was the reply.
"You're a
" well, it amounted to the employes of the eastern concern,
a deliberate falsifier. But he enrolled which is known as the Vulcan Detin15-year-old George Dunham as a drum- ning company? left his position and
some time later secured a place with,
mer.
The young drummer's impetuous the American Can company. To the
nature did not agree with the inac- officers of that company he then told
tive life of a musician. He was al- of the methods that were used by the
ways playing, instead of two-four, two- j rival firm, and these at once were
forty time. He became a private in ; adopted by the American company.
the ranks, seeing active service under There was a suit, and now, after sevBurnslde in North Carolina, and par- eral years of litigation, the American
ticipating In three engagements be- Car company has been found to have
fore the expiration of his nine months' no right to make use of the secrets
enlistment period. One of these, at of its competitor.
Plymouth, N. C, was particularly sePell but Once.
vere, 17 of Dunham's company being killed in as many minutes.
Tourist, (whom Johnny is showing
The- 15-year-old soldier had been the sights)—I suppose people fall
back in school at Fairhaven but a down this strep cliff often, don*t they?
month when he reenlisted as sergeant •Johnny—No, sir; once is enough for
in the Fifty-eighth Massachusetts reg- most of 'em.
School Shoes
it is about time you were buying
School Shoes. ' We want to say we have the Hoosier
School Shoe and believe it is the best shoe for the money
you can buy. They are warranted.
Come in and look
at them. W e also have the best line of rubber goods in
the county.
LOWE & CO.
i
•*Li&3
m
'\
•m
•^•i^^i-rK:
is it not, that the heir should help nrs
hi some ways? There are so many
things to be done, and it is very
DO Y O U U S E A
strange and very fortunate that you
should be an American. Because it is
your government that has my money.
When they pay me what they owe me
I shall be a very rich man. Of course
By HarH*o* S. Rhode*
tn the meantime I must see what I
STORY BY THE *«H1GHWAY
(Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowie*.)
can do about arranging for you and
AND BYWAY" PREACHER
Nothing can answer your
your expenses."
While Lady Angela busied herself
The last was said with a quaint and
purp.wse us wetl as t h e
with the tea thing* the discussion pathetic dignity.
Charles Edward
(Copjrlgiii, 1S»7, by the Author, W.ft.Kd*ou.)
went on and Sroadened as it went. thought of the house in Fifth avenue,
UNION PHONE. 1095
What Lady Aagela wanted to know the wttage at Lenox and the bungaScripture Authority: — 2 Samuel
connections in Ovvosso and
was what her husband would do if he low at Cookham, and wondered rather U :1-5.
Corunna.
were suddenly cast upon the world shamefacedly just what part of the
without the income or the occupation expenses of these establishments it <K>$<><K*X><»<>#<><K>^^
which resulted from hi a connection was rfkety that Mr. Felix . Arncastle
SERMON ETTE.
with Austin and company, bankers, of could conveniently bear. For it was
New York.city.
"And David ^ : ried." Such is
gradually dawning upon him that Jn- ,
the introductory statement to
••'I shoiild make my wants known in stead of being a very r^ch man, hie
thi* b?ack chapter in the life of
the newspapers," said Charles Kd- bexiefacio*" was an extremely poor 4
David. The inference is justiward, looking tip from a pa.s;« appar- one.
fiable that his place cf duty was
I'eutiy'consiatins
entirely
of
adverti.sePaid-up subscribers are en- m^nfs. "I should apply for a posi- Something like 150 years ago a branch with his army in the campaign
of The AruetisUe family went, out to |
aga'nst the Ammonites. But
titieltG'Gu: clubbing' rates. tion." j America. Contrary 10 the usual rule, j
"As what?" asked Paul Carv, their ' the American branch diod out, and to \ David' tamed.
r
Q
t h e first step in many a man's
guest.
• •\ Feiit Arncastle canir> in due course j w downrail is in tarrying when
'That doesn't seem to mailer. I j rhat forlorxiest of forlorn hopes, one of •;
sbouid decide-un somfetbins.very cotn- j the French spoliaticr claims. The | Y duty Mils to another place.
Temptation is almost certain
jortable and prof table. You can. ap-i history cf. these claims is a rather un- 1 A
X
to
assail one who lingers in the
parently get anything you want."
i baypy chapter in American records. 1 Q lap of ease rather than toil by
equalled i t
Charles Edward meditated.
Nothing hr-s
' The French, exercising the right of i
the side of duty.
"I believe," he added, siowly, "that search over which thsre wa3 so much j
Nothing c.-"i^ ;ve* surpass it.
To be sure the pathway of
if one hadn't a penny in the worJd one controversy in those days inflicted j
duty
is beset by the snares of
couldn't do better than become heir great losses upon American merchant- j
temptation,
but
temptation
to some very rich person."
men, among them, upon the brig j
which
comes
at
sueh
times
finds
"This is an inspiration, Charles Ed- Eleanor sailing under the command }
one
in
the
attitude
of
mind
ami
ward," cried nl» wife.
of her owner, Captain Thomas Arn- j
heart
more
easily
to
resist
ths
"To-morrow, m y darling Angela, t castle. Later the United States was in j
suggested
evil.
advertise.**
a position to exact reparation from
Thus we find there are r**Hy
ForCSO C O U 8 a u 4 an-AftisS
"And 111 bet yon twenty*ftre do!- \ the French government for the injurtwo
types of temptation. On*
larc—" began PauL "that jou don't g e t | is* done to American citizens. And
which
comes through no fault
an answer."
A Perfect
For All Throat and
j a large sum of money in satisfaction
of
our
own,
and the other which
" H take I V caxne fcy>in tfee pro*' j of all claims was actually paid from
Cure:
Lung Troubles.
.
comes
as
a
direct
result of tarpectiTe advertiser, "and if y o a U t e I Pari* into the treasury at Washington.
JWOBtfbACkiritfitita. Trial
rying
in
a
forbidden
place and
wiD bet another tventy-fl** that I Tfcere It unfortunately remains, and
neglecting
to
obey
duty's
oalt
become an hefr***
neitfeer entreaties nor threats have
Of
the
flrst
James
says
in
hi*
The appeal wnleb Caarles Edward availed with congress to induce the
eptstle:
"Count
It
ail
joy
w
M
a
inserted was perhaps n e t unprece- government to disgorge Its ill-gotten
ys
fall
Into
divers
temptations
j
dented, but it w a s at least unusual. gats*. The affair Is now so bid that
knowing this, that the trying ofIt ran as follows:
almost no one takes it seriously.
Specifics cure by acting directly on the
your
faith worketh
patience.
"In Eai-nest.—I wish to be heir, par"And what do you do to prosecute
side puris without disturbing the rest of
But let patience have her pertially or wholly, t o some rich person. the claim?** asked its prospective intin* system
fect work, that ye may be per:
Charles Edward
Becomes an
Heir
Phone
4
3
New iscovery
HUMPHREYS1
K:.- />
1 for Fevers.
»
2 " Worms.
3 "Teething.
4 " Diarrhea. .
7 4* Coughs.
•"..•"»o.
No. 8 " Neuralgia,
No. 5 " Headaches.
•'•
- - ' 1 & . 10 " Dyspepsia,
No. 11 " Suppressed Ferioosv
No. 12 " Whites.
•
"No. 13 ,", Croup.'
So. U '•• The Skin.
'*;•<• "<• " • • N o . 15 " Rheumatism.
r
"N6? 1G " Malaria,./''
No. 10 " Catarrh,
. No. 20 «* Whooping Cough.
'"" No. 27 " The Kidneys.
^ ".No.' lso ." The Bladder.
'No. 1? •* La Grippe.
In small bottles of pellets thatfitthe vest
pocket. At Druggist* or mailed, 25c. each.
;.. J^Medical Genie mailed free.
.'j; dw*n«r«7»*Had. CO..Co*. WUUan£ John Stoveta,
XewToifc.
So.
No.
No.
No.
DR. f ENNER'S
\f lY and
KM
A payment on account desirable: If l a
London could arrange a persona] interview." •'
The advertisement was to appear
for three days running. Three days
passed with no result. When tne letter came. It is still preserved among
the most valued archives of the Austins It said:
•'"Sir— "
"If you have not already made your
arrangements with some one else, I
should be glad of an opportunity o f
talking with you in reference to the
possibility of your becoming my heir,
a plan which it seems to me mi^ht; be
to our mutual advantage. If it sbouid
be fine on Monday afternoon, I will sit
in the Kensington gardens upon a;
bench/ near the fountains at t h e head
of the Serpentine, holding a copy of
the ..Times In which your advertisement shall ba marked with5 red ink.
I hope it will not discommode you to
meet me there. In case yon cannot
come on Monday, I shall, if the
weather allows, be there an Tuesday,
Wednesday and 7 n t t r 8 d a y«
"I am, dear sir.
"Yours most faithfully,,
*-Pf2LIX ARNCASTLE/*
The little formal garden lay baking
in t h e ' A u g u s t sun. The sun had
scarcely begun to sink, yet one tall
dLssasei of Kidneys,,
- . - . . . . Vtla&Zr urffans,
tuSJ&r
Also Rfc*»5iftttiaa, Bach*:
§ehs.H*aiwl6eajie,Gravel
Skropsy, ramai* Trouble*.
Don't beotnno discouraged.
r.
Ther* Is a
«ttr* for y o u . Ifm^-essury write Ur. Fenner.
H e h a s speut a life rime curinii J u s t s u c h
c u w W j o u r s . A l l consul! at Sous F r e o .
**I b a d Revere casu of kldupy disease a n d
irbeu)naU*n>, discharging Moody matter.
Suffered fntenstf |>:Ur», >1y wife was seriously
' affected with fim:ile troubles. Dr. F e u n e r a
K i d o e y and Kstckaclio <.'ur<s cured us l>otb.
F. M. WHEELEK, lUuidolyh, l a . "
Pnnffgista. SO.-., tl. Ask forfVr.fc Bonk—Free.
ltreCur€
f4*1
j • VIT!K'iUllPF^
^ ^rcular. r»r
¥ 1 1 U O U H R b C t e n n e r , Fredoula-N-X
Church Directory.
Coranna Free X«ibodist Churcb—aemcfes
every Sunday afternoon » i -2:30 Prayer meev
luff every Thursday erening.
/
DAVID'S
TEMPTATION
P
S
T
C a n m n s Baptist Church. Horning a e r n a
a t l 8 a . x i . Evening eervlvw, 6:30 p. w , B. Y
P . O. at'6:10 p. m. Sunday School, IS U.
Weekly prayer me«tirig, Thursday even log at
7:00. Friendly b e a n s are beating for your fellowship. Leslie Bower, pastor.
Coruana St. K. Church. Moraing service a t
!0. Bve&ingservice «.t 6:30. . Epworth League
a t 5:45 p . in.; class meeting at 9 a. m. Sunday
school a t 11:30 m.; Prayer meeting Thursday
e v e n i n g a t 7:00- Free sra.w, and a cordial welcome; to. all. R. Woodbaai, P i b W .
He Appeared to Be About 70 Years
of Age.
tree to the west managed to stretch
out its shadow and just touch a bench
on which sat a gentleman across
Of any nacure,uvea from private diseases, poisoaed
wounds, erysipelas, are not aKtae relieved but whose knees was spread carefully a
cured by ttie use of " H E R M I T * S A L V E .
copy of the Times. He appeared to
This remedy has been used for twenty-ti ye years
and is tbe only ?uarauU«d and true cure. 'Phy- be about 70 years of age, with gray
sicians endorse i u
lu*ir and moustache. As the clock of
I. Oats suffered from Salt Rheum, one box cured.
a
neighboring church struck five a
Also used for sores ana wounds.
r o e SALC BY ALtr o n u c a i S T s . s s AND SO C * , young gentleman attired in gray flannels, with a Panama hat' shading his
, eyes from the glare, stepped into view
near the farthest fountain.
"You are -Mr. Arncastle, t presume," said he, when he had advanced
to the bench.
"I am," was the reply, "and you
are—?"
"Charles Edward Austin. I am an
American, ao you have undoubtedly
noticed, but I have married an English girl. I am 25 years old, and—
1
don't know—I should like to be
Ht<
^40-¾
your heir, I think."
Mr. Arncastle looked Charles Ea>
ward shyly over. "You don't," he
' TUreannertVeTall P a t t e n s wis but* U*IM« said, hesitatingly, "you don't—well,
•t«tr» ta»» 81 ir,v stfaer mat* « f nutcrn*. Talk is • •
what j mean is, are you in great
mOMmtt et th«ir ttflt, «ecuncy an4 atoiyliclty.
MeCsJI'e Ma«mxl8e(TlMQHM«f PuMcnjbw need?"
••UcrilMrv th4a »ny o t i w Ladiw' Ma«aiiM._ O M
"Of course, in any case, one wot&d
T*-*T'* —bKiiyriowfa itsnbera)
aowbtr, S e a s t s . I»wy»*t
try to keep up appearance*, No, I
t<~ F i e s , MMODM today,
suppose I don't look very poor."
• teW>y A e e » t y j y a a q ? e > 1
"I suppose t don*t look very rich,"
said
Mr. Arncastle, rather sadly. Then
•MUAraS. A 4 * e j » « B 3 | |
he added:
Of course it's only fair. train.
SJiin Diseases
Your Life
Current.
threw himself with a discontented
sigh upon one of the soft divans
which furnished the sumptuous apartment It was a delightful place tc
be, he thought, as he looked about
him, and then up at tfae_ blue sky
The power that gives yotf
which was deepening with the evenlife
and motion is the nerve
ing shadows. The thought of leavforce, or nerve fluid, located in
ing the ease and comfort of bis splenthe
nerve cells of the brain,
did palace filled him with impatient
and
sent out through the
regret.
nerves
to the various organs.
"Why should he go?" he asked himIf you are tired, nervous,
self. Why not let Joab go alone?
Yes, he would lose the glory of the
irritable, cannot sleep; have
victory, but was he not as king enheadache, feel stuffy, dull and
titled to seek his own ease and commelancholy, or have neuralgia,
fort?" thus he reasoned, and at last
rheumatism,
backache, p e r i - ^ t
?
the resolve was made and he disod
.ca',
pains,
indigestion,
dyspatched one of his servants with a
pepsia,
stomach
trouble,
or
the
note to Joab telling him that he would
kidneys and liver are inactive*
tarry at Jerusalem and commanding
your
life-current is weak.
Joab to lead the army against' the
AiiSmunites as' had beo'ii planned.
Power-producing fuel is needed ; something to increase nerve
So it cnjue. to j>ass that- the nfiKt
ihiy fhi? army, departed leaving Kins
energy-—strengthen the nerves.
'i.uvid bfbind fo enjoy the eage an:l
Dr. Miles' Restorative Neri:\:ivji'>ri of hiss palace.
vine is the fuel you need. It
"i Will join Joiib later," he promfeeds the nerves,produces nerve
isrV, bimst-lf, as ha watched the Sons
force,
and restores vitality,
•ietti^ of ^("Uljors- paas down the; val" W h e n I b e g a n t a k i n g Dr. H u e s *
i-y. He wa.s in bis favorite- ;.'!ace 0:1
Restorative N « r v l n o a n d A n t i - F a i n
Pills I- wa.3 coriftned t o m y bed. I
^:, and ivhea rbs last f'ivi^ad sAvem nervous s p e l l s , t h e result
- 5 ^!l h:id jaH3i-d out of si^ht, he threw
of t w o y e a r s illnesa w i t h malaria. T
ifk ilium the couth and &avr. srradusiUy yr*w s o w e a k t h a t I w a s
e n a b l e 10 s i t u p . T h e s p e l l s w o u l d
l> u> dreamy • speculation of
conirr.i-nce w i t h cold c h i l l s , a n d X
would \>'-ome w e a k a n d a l m o s t help*
development in th."
tlu- . rohable
lfcsp.
My circulation w n s p o j r .
I
<-4ifi; iti^a a*ra!n?t the Ammonites, lie
fc;id doctor* d r i s h t a l o n g b u s ' s r s w
weaker and weaker.
T h e Nervtos
had not \hv least shadow o( doubt as
»e*n»-d t o s t r e n g t h e n m e r i g h t a w a y
to the outcome. Had h«, it. is doubtand m y circulation w a s b e t t e r . I h a v s
t a k e n i n a l l s e v e n b o t t t e s of t b a
ful whether t e *ou!d h.i tr txrt'U. conXervtno, a n d X a m e n t i r e l y welt'*
tent to have retuained behind. Hut
R O S A E . W E A V E S . S t u a r t s , Ea.
with the absolute certaUiiy of victory,
Ot. lines' Nervine is said by your
drtHMfart. who win ouaraates) t h a t tb*
he gave himself up to the enjoyment
sVitVmM win haMiit. if it fan*, to
of the luxury about hint.
wta r«fuA4 your Money.
Bo the day* ***««d. It had been alICles Medical
most a week now since tiding* had
come from ih* artsy* and while h«
d*d not feai uneasy as 10 the progress
of the esuapais*. tkw lack of news Graad Tmat Railway System
sertyid to again rals* tlw Qweatton. in
fcASrfJOCMTFttOMCOarjNWA.
his own sated as to aJa pine* of duty. W». !%I»t:r«aALoe*J,ex<«pt3d0daT
*:ld«n
Why shows* his tarry there in eas*' Wew'8 DeW^VXxpress.^-tc^t a s n d a y 11*4
ass
ts Oetewt L=ci.;, e - c e p t S o s d s y
m^m
while the mm <H Eisrael endured tb* Jf*.
K » . U D o r w i d LocsJ,ex.SxxnOns
9:U>B«
hardships find th*> featgers of batW f » T BOtTSD FROK COBtJWN A.
tle? He feU half aaaaated of himte^, Jfcs. IT OMUWI H»rett Le«al. e x . S o s d a y S 3 0 ass
and was alaibst cm the point of order- Xo. 10 O'd A a p i d s LOQSJ, e x . S u n d e r MM a a
• heritor."' •••'•""•;•""•"•" ^
fect and entire, wanting notho . 13 Gitend Ha,ven Loeal. ex. SttxtOMj S:SS put
ing the servants to prepare fc* the XICo.
"t write to Americav t o the presiU OrtMud &«tpiA» Local, ex. Snndaxr SiW pas
,"lng."
Journey,-when the tepsdae was check- s«Ud wide TcsUbale trains of eoae&ea t n d
dent,,to the secretary of tite treasury,
Of the ssoond ha declares that
ed by the inner prompting to detay aleepliis; i-a-ro are oeeratod t o N e w Yorr AJMJ
and to some of t h e senators. And I
PHiU4eipntA^ via, NiaifAt^ F a l l s , b y the Grand
"every man is tempted when ha
starting for a day. <
TVnaS-Letdg* Valley Eonte.
often try to see your ambassador here.
is drawn away of his own fust
G.n. YOrjjfo, Ant.'
"Perhaps," be said by way of apoloBut it's a long time since I have manand enticed. Then when iust
gy,
to
bis
better
impulses,
"they
are
aged tx> see anyone except a secretary
hath conceived It brlngeth forth
on the way home even now, and delay
-^-ftve years, I think. Then other peoROBATK ORDER.—State of Mleblgaa,
sin; end sin, whsn it is finished,
County of dhiawa^aee, as.
sending
word
that
the
whole
army
ple have tried to help me, but they
brings** forth death."
At a session of the Probate Coart for paid
may
share
in
the
joy
of
bringing
tidhave never done auy good f and they
CouJi»;y, held tu the Probata Oftee. in the City
Notice In this second type of
of Coronna, on Wednesday, the IStli day Of Sepings of victory."
have cost me a good deaL
temptation that the Initiative is
tember, in the year one thousand nioe hondred
In
this
spirit
of
self-vomplacency
he
and jseven.
"I Jiiad mors once than I have now.
with the man himself. There Is
Present ilfttthew Bonb, J o d g e of Probate.
settled
himself
for
his
midday
rest
My son took most of my money when;
the inner dssira bsfors the outIn t h e matter of t h e e s t a t e of Martha J.
promising
himself
by
way
of
comprohe went out to Australia. He was to
Steele, deceased.
ward ytnldlng. There 1« the lowOn reading and filing the petttfon of Fred
mise
to
start
surely
on
the
morrow
If
invest it. And while he was alive, h e
ering of high standards beforo
O. ^Nesbitt ptaylnj? that adna{tii»tra>ttoD of «aid
tidings
had
not
by
that
time
reached
sent too 50 pounds a quarter. Then
estate may be $rr*nted. t o u e o r g e W. Gillespie
the downward step la taken,
or some other suitable person.
him..
LitU*
did
he
think
what
his
when he died—he was killed by a
Thar* Is a nsgtect df God bstt 1» ordered, that the l t t h d a y of October,
procrastination
wae
to
cost
him.
But
horse—it seemed that he had invested
next, a t ten o'clock Ln the forenoon, a t said Profors there- can he a partaking
the promise to start on the morrow bate Office, be aaeigned for hearing said
it badly, or hadn't Invested it at ail,
with the devil.
'
.- ;.; '••'
served
to still the troubled conscience .petition.
I could never quite make o a t At
And i t is farther ordered, that • copy of this
An Idle finom«nt, and a lustwithin, and ha gave himeelf up to the or*!er be lynbliabed three successive weefea
any rate i t WHS gone, and besides, I
ful e y e proved David's undot o aaJd oa> of hearing, in t h e Ooronna
ease
and pleaawrr* about him With a vrttfUma
JonrnM » newspaper ptinfiA a n d etreniattag
was alone. That i s why I thought of
ing, a s th*y have many another
fresh relish.
ia aald Copnty of Shtawaawe.
an heir when I read y o u r advertise'sou^
-MATTH«W ACBH,
"No,"
he
nald
when
the
servant
ment. What do you think of the
Judge o f Profess*.
Thretigh the channel of the
awoka him from hi* afternoon slam- B 7 KATWXBUIX Jt. K s L n r ^ E o b a t e Register.
plan?"
",.••'•
• y s mveh evil find sntranoe te
hsr. "No, I wttl not attasd the evenIt is almost unnecessary to say that
tha heart nf manf and ramsmtosr
iTg
sa^rtftea," and ha stretched himVATS O F s t t O m a * J » - C o w i t T of g U a w s s r
Charles Edward accepted with alacthat generally the aya Is qui<>k
see.—**.
self
languidly and took a turn around
rity, even though his inheritance!
At a Mwhrn of the Probate Conrt fox said
to s e e what t h e neart deaircil
tba
room.
Base
and
indalgenoes
in
County, beld a t the Probate Oflice, in the OUy
seemed to consist merely of responsiHad David's heart b*»n lifted
Ceruaaa, on IConday, the M>th flay ot ftepthe luxuries of ths table are not con- or
t e n b e r , In the year one thousand ttia* hunbilities and the 20 pounds he would
heavenward In communion with
ducive to piety, and be it said for dred and seven.
win from Paul Cary.
God, his eyes would not hava
Present, Matthew Bn*h, Jhdge of Probate. "••<••
David that of late bs had grown cold
Mr. Arncastle then held out his hand
In t h e p a t t e r of the estate of Jacob W.
lingered on impropar scsnse.
in his religious life. As he looked Knoblaocb,
deceased.
to Charles Edward. There was a
•*t fceh^pvts c h s !h thu» ^ /
o n read ln«* nnd OUng- the petition of Johanna
about him he could not help think
golden sovereign in i t
of suggswtivs picture*, and deAuguata KbobtanCh, prayinz t h a t administraof the contrast there was between tion
de bonis non of said estate eaay be granted
"The payment on account," he said
pletion of the human form In
what It* now enjoyed and bis simple to John W. Mltehell, or some other suitable
various dagracs of nudity on
with an apologetic smile trembling on
./. )
life as a shepherd boy years be- person..
It is ordered, thai the 14th d a y of Oetober,
hill boards and in newspapers
his mouth. "I hope it is enough for
fore..
next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, a* wJd
and magazine publications, and
the moment. I must arrange some
Probate Office, be assigned for bearing said
"I
guess
that
I
fiid
lire
nearer
to
petition.
on peat sards? to take | h # stsrn
thing more at once."
And it i s farther ordere 1, t h a t a c o p y of this
God then than I do now," he confess- order
resotva that the a y s shall not
Charles Edward took the coin silentbe published three auceeaeive weeks
ed
to
himself
as
the
thought
came
to
previous t o said day of bearing, in the Corunna
Become the open door thrsjigri
ly. It is the same sovereign which
a 1 ewspaper printed and etrcaiatlng
him of his harp and the joy he need Journal,
which ths evil thovght and d o
now hangs on his watch chain.
in said Oocnty of Sniawaosee.
to
get
oat
of
It
as
he
sang
praises
XATTHRW BUSH,
sirs shall fb-d antrancs to the
The following morning the heir and
J n d g e of probate.
to , God on the sides of the Judean
haart;
there
to
gsrmihate
and
his wife came up to town and Charles
hills
while
his
sheep
grayed
congrow until the favorable moEdward had a consultation with the
tentedly about him.
ment gives It opportunity to
Found the Right Man.
law firm of Henderson and Hender"And
why
not
get
ths
old
harp
out
hurst
Into
th«
full
fruitage
of
Rudyard
Kipling spent a ^winter in
son, who have so extensive an Ameriand
sing
some
of
tba
old
songs
here
slnfttl
Indulgsncs.
Washington
some years ago. One day
can connection. He was scarcely surand
now?"
urged
the
inner
voice.
he
was
found
peering around in the
prised to find that they considered th<
Bet a guard upon the windows
"Not
to-night"
he
said,
half
impa
corridors
of
the
state, war and navy
payment of the French spoliation
of thy soul last tho monster,
tiently,
"else
I
will
miss
the
delightbuilding
"What
is i t Mr. Kipling?"
claims among the three or four most
LMt, gain antrancs and rob
ful
eventide
in
my
favorite
nook
on
a
man
who
knew
him asked. "I want
remote possibilities in the world.
than of thy parity and virtue.
the
roof
terraoeT
and
he
started
toto
find
the
person
who knows most
Upon learning this he drove direct to
ward
the
stairway
leading
to
the
loveabout
steam
engineering."
They re<K>«K'>000<>0<>«K><K^
the corner of the very street in Which
ly spot
ferred
him
to
Chief
Engineer'Melville,
Mr. Arncastle lodged.
T H E 8VO«Y.
Not even the better promptings the great steam expert "What is it?**
Keeping the sketch of his morning'*
could
hold htm. Ha had become so asked Melville, after Kipling had been
HE expedition against the Ammonmovements in mind, it is a little diffiaccustomed
of lata to yielding to the introduced, "I want to find the man
ites had already been delayed becult to see how he had found time to
mere
physical
daedrss that the
do some of the things of which he yond all reasonable excuse, and Joab, thought of daaylug himself was an un- who knows most about steam engineering." "'Tto' Perry's your man,**
told his benefactor. For Mr. Arn- the captain of the hosts of Israel, chaf- welcome one.
ed
and
fumed
under
the
restraint
said Melville, and he gave Kipling a
castle was led to understand that a
"To-morrow," ho promised himself, card to Perry. Kipling went down to
Experienced
man
of
war
as
he
was,
talk with the American ambassador
as he reached the root, "I will get out
disclosed the fact that there was a he knew that valuable time was be- my harp and worship God in the old see Perry, talked with Mm for half a
growing feeling in Washington that ing lost and the time of year when songs, If I do not go to join the daw and then wrote his story,"Between the Devil and the Deep Sea."
something ought to be done about the campaign could be conducted army."
most
successfully
was
slipping
away.
these loug-neglecttd claims. More
To-morrow!" Ah, fatal mistake,
than this, it appeared that the bank Had be had his way, King David disastrous delay, tor that night there
No Need of a Change.
wotild
have
started
three
weeks
ago,
of London and New York had such but he did not now seem an> nearer came the temptation which swept him
Sbfc—«*N0( jack, rm afraid it's imconfidence that something was sure to the point of departure than he was off his feet and forever linked his possible. We should never get on
happen that it was willing to advance at that time when be had informed name with his companion in sin, the well together. You know I always
Mr. Arncastle 50 pounds a quarter him that the army was In readiness to vainglorious and beautiful Bathsheba. want my own way so much." H&—
upon the security or his claim, pay- move against the enemy. Joab knew
"Well, that's all right You could go
on wantiug it after we were married."
ment to continue until the bill passed that it was not cowardice upon the
Skater on Crutches.
congress, at which time the money part of King David which kept him
Just because a boy has one leg and —Pick Me Up.
1
was to be repaid with interest at ten at Jerusalem, for no braver man or has to move through life on crutches
Society
Woman
Takes Poison.
per cent.
more able commander ever led the is no reason why he can't enjoy the
NorthviUe.—-Mrs.
Jessie Like, 28
"My dear boy, this is wonderful!" armies of Israel than he. And for delights of roller-skating. There is
years
old,
prominent
in local society
burst from Mr. Arncastle.
this reason it made the situation the a newsboy in 'the theater district of circles, died as the result of taking
Broadway who goes to and from hii
"It's jolly good business for them," more puzzling.
"stand'' on .*. slagls roller skate every carbolic add. No cause can be aswas the reply. "Ten per cent is big
Joab waited as long as he could, and night pushing himself along with his signed for the deed except the fact
interest"
then sought the presence of the king two crutches. The rate of speed with that she had betn worrying over her
"I could never have arranged it"
and remonstrated with him.
whic'a he mo/es fatrly rivals that of mother's serious illness.
"That is why you needed an heir."
"Each day that we tarry here bu*
Mr. Arncastle gets his 50 pounds a adds to the strength of our enemies!" the average two-legged boy, -and the
rhe Detroit. Grand Haven & Milmanner in which the crippled lad waukee railroad refuses to Sle a requarter regularly. The French spoli- he exclaimed, impatiently.
dodges in and out through the crowd port of the value of its property conation claims bi)l is still unaccountably
"Yea, but with all tho strength they
delayed in Wasiiinston, although' his can muster they will but prove as of pedestrians is wonderful to behold. tending that its special charter makes
heir writes him often from America, breaking reeds before the armies Of Incidentally he seems to be having « \ x r e i ) r p t if0™, a d T a ! o r « » taxation.
the time of his life.
H. M. Louds Sons, of An Sabfe who
and it is always "to report progress." Israel," rejoined the king, proudly.
bought the Au Sable & Northwestern,
To Prevent Meroury Poisoning.
"But why place ourselves at a disrefuse a report on the ground that t h e
Modern Advancement
An Italian inventor has discovered road is now private property.
advantage
because
of
the
advancing
In the days of old, when Egypt was
a plan whereby the disastrous effects
season?" persisted Joab.
a cattle country, they stole calves
ot mercury upon metallurgical work"Let
us
start
to-morrow,
then,"
the
Mrs. Jennie Henion and daughter, of
from each other. If they didn't steal
men may be overcome. He has found Muskegon, were wedded at the seme
king
replied,
with
some
of
bis
old.
cows from each other to-day in the
that aluminum has a strong affinity hour and with their husbands ere Irvsame count -y th^r boasts of progress time promptitude and vigor
for mercury and he proposes furnish- ing in the same house. Mrs, Henion
"
'Tis
well,"
exclaimed
Joab,
eagerwouli'. finu no believers. The world
ing the laborers with light aluminum married Joseph Kaufman and net
ly,
and
hastily
withdrew
to
mcke
the
is no' more dishonest than It was them,
helmets, the breathing spaces being her daughter became Mrs, Lambert
out a fellow has a chance to steal final preparations for the march.
Chrlsrianshon
The weddings took
The king took an impatient turn covered with a fine gauze made of place on the birthday anniversary of
more and get away with it o n a Zaster
around the roof terrace and then { alumidum wire.
the widow's flrst husband.
r
f4Saii
"SPTJ: , ^ . . : : ; J ^ j ! ; i ; ^ - : - - w ^ : ^ r > * : "J"!llJtlJ(
MS»*
From All Over
The State
IMICHIGAN
MICHIGAN BRIEFS.
Michigan Happenings for a Week Put. in
Condensed Farm far Busy Readers.
GILLETTE MAY GO FREE.
CmiKCH "BUILT OF APRONS,"
World's Moat Unique House of WorWrit of Habeas Corpus Granted Slayer
ship, Near Fowierviiie.
CUT THROAT OF HIS SIX YEARS
of Miss Cadenhead.
OLD SON BECAUSE HE
Fowierville,—The Fleming Baptist
WAS A CRIPPLE.
Grand Rapids.—Judge Knappen in church, a few miles from this village,
the United States district court is- has the unique distinction of being
sued a writ of habeas corpus against. the only church in the world which TRIED TO KILL HIMSELF
the state authorities in favor of Pri- is "built of aprons." The 'apron
vate Cyrus Gillette, U. S. A., held for church" is the result of a resolution The Man Who Committed the Horrimanslaughter by the sheriff at Sault formed over 15 years ago by several
ble Crime Seems To Be Sane and
Ste. Marie, after -he had been acquit- faithful wcmen to build a church by
May Recover.
ted by a military court martial. Prose- selling aprons. They industriously
cuting Attorney George B. Holden, of set to work manufacturing that popSault Ste. Marie, gave notice that he ular necessity for housewives and
Fiendish Work.
would apply to J :e Uaited States su then started to create a demand for
Lying at the point of death, with
preas court for a writ or certiorari their wares. They wrote to friends chances favoring the latter, John B.
and asked 4ha* Gillette be compelled In all sections of the country telling Jones, a well-to-do farmer, is in his
to furnish bail pending the action of them of their unique plan, with the home at Bear Lake, Pleasanton townthe supreme court This was opposed result that order* commenced to pour ship, with a jagged gash in his throat
by Judge Advocate Huh, who declared in for the aprons. They were filled as His little 6-year<nd crippled son, victim of a erased father, lays dead in an
that the issuance of the writ of rapidly as possible, but the demand adjoining
room.
habea corpus freed Gillette. Judge increased steadily. People who bought
Fiendish care was exercised in com.
Knappen took the matter under ad- the aprons showed them to their mittlng the fearful deed. Taking his
visement Gillette white shooting at friends and these bought and in turn son to a room in the second story of
an escaping prisoner at Port Brady induced others to feu?, thus establish: the farm house, Jonas losked the door
killed Miss Cadenhead. of Fergus, teg an endless chain of purchasers. and there made the sacrifice. The
throat was cut so that death
Ottt
.
To-day the little country church is child's
must
have
almost instantaneous.
known in practically every city of any Jones was been
not so successful in his
YOUTHFUL PIRATES TAKE BOAT.
sice in tne United States and in many nest attempt He gashed his throat
1
Missing Sloop Found in Possession foreign conn lea from which orders and then his hand failed him. Ke
came. The price charged' for the was found a few minutes later by a
aprons was 25 cents each and about member of the family lying on the
floor In a welter of Wood. Jones's
Monroe,—A week after the 32-foot ten cents' profit was realized on each. daughter, running to the road to get
sloop OTonoco, owned by Willtam
a neighbor, saw Dr. Noreonk, and hurFINOS HER LOVER DEAD.
Adcflpfc Be&r, 16** Port street west,
ried him to the death chamber.
Detroit, was stolen at Sandwich, Out, Only a Grave to Welcome Girl Who
"He may yet live," w as the doctor's
Harbormaster Kramer noticed a sloop
opinion after a hasty examination. ApTravels Over ¢,000 Miles.
aground in Hoffman's cut. He boardparently Jones heard and understood
ed It and found it to be the strangely
Bay City.—Six thousand miles to for at that instant he made another
mfaring boat He found three boys on the grave of her lover is the journey savage slash at his throat with the
-board. One the harbormaster lashed made by Ludicza Presesyn, a pretty razor, which he had kept concealed
to a mast audi then the other two sur- Russian girl, who came to Bay City to that time. - Tho second cut made
condition much worse.
rendered. Sheriff Briggs was notified from Karkatx, in the Bon district of hisJones's
appearance lately has not
and the boys brought here. They
indicated ill health, though bis nervous condition has been such that he
PROPOSED NEW UNION DEPOT FOR DETROIT.
could do no werk on the farm this
season. Members Of his family say
that he acted a little strangely. for
• few days preceding the tragedy but
the? had no occasion to feel alarmed.
He undoubtedly brooded over the condition of the child which was crippled
and was also mentally deficient
Jones Is about 48 years of age. He
bad many friend* and was known as a
genial, good natured man with more
Khan the usual fo&dnes* for hia children.
'?,v
Detroit—Local interests, among whom are some of the most prominent
capitalists in Detroit, have purchased the entire block bounded by Woodward avenue, Piquette avenue, John R, street and the railroad tracks for
a site for the proposed new union depot, and a company with a capital of
f2,500,d00 Is now being formed to build the station.
.
Railroad officials are very reticent upon the question and say that it
baa not yet been determined where the union statiou will be located that
will accommodate trains from the tunnel under the Detroit river, but the
engineem are working upon the problem: On the other hand it is pointed
out that Woodward avenue is the ideal situation for i t
gave the names of William Watson,
17; Ross Abbs, 17, and Arthur Munn,
15, all of River Rouge. The boys say
two others escaped. They had a stock
of provisions on board and intended
having a good time. Munn was released, but the other two were turned
over to Detective Canipau and taken
to Sandwich.
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A Scathing Rebuke.
Wellington Taylor, of Fenton, who
was arrested for neglecting to provide
for his wife, who is dying of consumption at the home of her sister was
rebuked in scathing terms by the court
when arraigned before Justice Halsey.
In adjourning the case for four weeks
the court rounded out his denunciation
Df the accused by admonishing him to
hasten to the bedside of bis wife and
make her as comfortable as possible in
*er last hours.
"If xou/go over there and say ona
an kind word to your, poor wife," the
:ourt added by way ol a parting warning, "you will be sorry for it when
fou come before this court again."
Taylor, whqjpis able-bodied axd capable of earning good wages, was profuse in hSs promised to do what he
could to make amends for his neglect
ot his wife In her helpless and pitiable condition, and the local authorises will see to it that he fulfills them
bo the letter.
, Russia, to seek Stanislaus Karaczak,
1
the man ste was to wed. He had died
nearly seven months ago while working on a farm several miles north of
this city and was bulled in a country
graveyard in Beaver! A year before
the outbreak oi the Japanese war the
young man completed his military
service and came to this country.
When letters stopped coming the
Two Auto Shows for Detroit.
giri in Russia became worried. ApDetroit.—Detroit is to have two parently, his friends here knew nothautomobile shows. The first will be ing of the girl, and she, believing that
that of the Detroit Automobile Deal- her lover was awaiting her, or that
ers' association, and it will take place something had happened, started
December 9 to 14 at Wolff's. The sec- alone for America. She did not know
ond show will be the regular one at a soul in this city. Local Polish peothe light Guard armory, given by the ple started an inquiry for her and
Tri-State Automobile & Sportsmen's when she learned that her husband-toMan Sleet, Horse Wandered.
association, February 10 to 15.
be had died only, a few months ago,
Falling
asleep in the carriage after
»
.i
she fainted. She wopt bitterly when Irlvt&c fro :i Flint to Flushing, where
she visited her sweetheart's grave. be attended the fair, Edward HartFriend of Abe Lincoln Dies.
Niles.—Elmer N. Peck, aged 97
well was awa'^ned by water about his
years, former postmaster of Richknees. The fcorse bad wandered into
Beat Indian to Death.
mond, died at the residence of his
Bay Shore.—William Orton and the river, and was making his way
daughter, Mrs. Henry Beswick. Mr. Otto Jettaway are under arrest for the ap-strsam in a Mrection opposite to
Pec't was a staunch friend of Abra- brutal murder of Joe Kewaskagsun, that which Kartwo'I had been going.
ham Lincoln and through this friend- an
Indian
living
thi-ee
miles The banks are very steep, and alship received tho appointment to-the south and vest of this place. The though Hartwell was at last able to
to the shore himself, he was unpostmastership, which he held for six body of the Indian was found beside get
able to find a place v'"»re the rig
years.
the road, with a hole In the top of hia jpuld be gotten ML It v as a matter
head, his face terribly mutilated and of several hours bc*or-j the outfit
Mother and DJ -ghtsr Wed.
bruised all over the body. He bad lit- with the assistance of several who
Muskegon.—-Mother an J daughter, erally been beaten to death.
happened 10 be fn that vicinity, was
Mrs. Jennie Henlon and I.elia Ronton,
hoisted back ink) the roadway.
were married in a double wedding
Society Women as Conductors.
D, a H. ^ ./I. Taxw,
here by Rev. J. W. StrUklett. The
Kalamazoo.—Society women were
The
United
States district c~—t at
mother is now Mrs. Joseph Kauff- street car conductors a few days rgo,
Detroit
has
ordered
Auditor »Jkmeral
man and the daughter M s . Lambert it being the annual "trolley day" of
Bradley,
who'
was
preparing
to seize
Christiansen.
Kalamazoo hospital.
property of thesDetroit, Grand Haven
&. Milwaukee railroad for taxes, to
Bey Heir of ?. T-r.r.-.<- 0 imay.
Firids Father Dead; Mother Dying.
ibov* cause why he should not be enDetroit—Miss IOUJ •..a. Xiarlin, a
New K&ven.—While Otto Ford was lolned from so doing, The road claims
wealthy widotv of San F a : Cisco, working in Romeo, he received a tele- by a special charter it is permitted to
, claims that a boy s / s ,lia; raised is phone message telling him that his pay a tax of i per cent on its capital
the rightful eon of the royal Chimay mother was ill. He jumped on hia bi- stock and is exempt from the ad
1
family, and that the princess is agalu cycle, rode to his home and walked 7*lorein tax. The D., G. H. & M. was
^Uving with her Gypsy fltidler, Rigo.
in the door to find his father, Charles assessed $67,517.20, while under its
Ford, dead as the result of a gur^hut special charter it has paid $25,171.40.
wound inflicted by his mother, who
New Home for Ionia Clks.
The apples grew so thick In the
was
dylns from terrible injuries in- Traverse City section that in many inIonia.'—Ionia lodge of F'is purchased the Robert blccfc of :>r. W. E. flicted upon herself with the same stances they are forced to grow toRobert of Cleveland, C , a turee-stcry weapon. The double tragedy was the gether. There arc *-aaa.y of these
IwrikUaK fronting both on Main and result of unhappy domestic relations freak apples, perfect in form and colItbfnl streets, for 112,000 and wl£ re- resulting from frequent quarrels over oring, except where the unloit la
. • ' . . „ ... • .
, Msdei tt for the Kits' tesapie.
tt* management of the 120-acre (arm. iformed.
,S
i
Queer Antics These.
When lightning tore a hole In the
roof of the residence of William Mosey the bolt caused damage in Hath
room and kitchen and went crashing
Into the shed at the rear of the inter.
Here it attacked a 'arge cupboard
and tore It to pieces, iiu the cupboard
were four baking powder cans with,
tops on and filled With herbs. The
tops were removed, the contents taken out and the cans filled with clothes*
pins from a basket which stood near
the cupboard. The ring was melted
off the dustpan in the kitchen ani the
paper in the cupboard and on the
wall was torn as if by mice While
the family was frightened, no one was
shocked except Mrs. Motley, both of
whose thumbs were affected.
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The power house of the Branch
county farm burned; loss $6,000
Twelve paroles were granted by the
state board of pardons at the meeting held in Jackson last week.
South Michigan was visited by a
severe frost and late corn and vegetables ruined In some sections.
Abe Druax, of Henderson, was
crushed between a threshing machine
engins and separator, and died.
J. F. Piatt, 79, for the past fifty
years one of the most prominent busi
nesa men of ColJwater, is dead.
The biggest fair in the records of
Arenac county closed at Stan dish Friday with an attendance of 3,000.
A heavy fr*>«t has visited Muskegon and Oceana counties destroying
crops worth thousands of dollars.
Joseph Boyian, aged 17, of Benton
Harbor, was asphyxiated. He left the
burners in a gas range wide open.
Reed City's Tri-County fair opened
with excellent attractions but poor attendance because of heavy rains.
Henry Weurding, aged 72/ living
sear Forest firove, was struck by an
internrban freight car and instantly
killed,
Nino trampe who refused to obey
trainmen's orders to leave a freight
train were met at Vassar by officers
and seven arrested.
WiUiam Herrick was arrested in
Geykwd by Detectives Maynard and
Cunningham, of Saginaw, charged with
abandoning hia child.
After writing a farewell letter to
his grandchildren, George Jewett, aged
72, of Jackson, shot and killed himself because of ill. health.
Prof, M. E. Cooiey, of the U. of M.,
has been selected as a member of the
interstate commerce commission board
to test railroad signal devices,
Mrs.
Mary E_ Fitxsimmons, of Mun
cie, In<L, died while* upon a visit to
her*sister, Mrs. James Cook, of Ann
Arbor. She was 73 years old.
Mrs.
Lorinda Dennis, widow of a
Civil war veteran, is dead at the age
of 72 at Muir. She leaves three sons.
Her husband died last December.
General Manager Bramlee says the
receipt*'''o^'mr^
increase $1,000 a week, when the antipass law goes into effect January 1
Atty.-Gen. Bird began suit against
the Postal, Telegraph Co. for a penalty
of $75,000, charging that the company
has not filed article* of Incorporation.
Within the next two wewks, the
new shoe factory, which has been
completed at Hopkins, will be in operation. Thirty men will be given
employment at the start
V
Harlan Page Smith, 64, one of the
beet kuown real estate dealers in the
Saginaw valley, a graduate in the law
department in the C. of M., Is dead.
A widow and one son survive.
Tillman's store In . Houghton was
entered by safe-blowers during Saturday night, who cracked the safe,
securing a amall amount or plunder
for their trouble. There Is no clue.
From the sale of delinquent tax
lands at the land commissioner's office last week the state realized $26,000.
Some of the lands sold are of
considerable value, and brought good
prices.
Martin Poultney, the Detroit man
arrested in Gaylord some time ago on
a charge of assault with intent to do
great bodily harm, has been found
guilty In the circuit court and remanded for sentence.
Oscar Labadee, not yet 20, has
been bound over on a charge of stealing $50 from Paul DeHsle, of Flint,
with whom he spent Thursday night
He nas been within the clutches of
the law twice before.
The two children o£ Mr&. Althe*
Desmond, who was recently refused
a divorce from he? husband, have been
abducted from Port Huron by a
str&nge man. It is said the woman's
husband has disappeared.
Catherine Carver, of Grand Rapids,
wife of "Robert J. Carver," the dentist,
who,
it is charged, married 17 times
and is now wanted in Battle Creek and
Port Huron has sued for divorce, alleging desertion and non-support
Charles Loder, 41 years old, who
confessed to having committed sn assault on his 11-year-old daughter, was
sentenced by Judge WIest of Lansing,
to the extreme penalty In such cases,
a minimum of five and a maximum of
ten years.
Although he has lived with his girt
wife but a short time, Clarence Walker, of Detroit has signed bonds to
pay $2.50 per week to support their
child. In 1906 Walker carried Miss
Bessie Hanson, then 15 years of age,
In Windsor.
After she had failed to find her
son in the morgue, Mrs. C. W. Messenger, of Battle Creek, went to police
headquarters and swore out a warrant for his arrest charging grand
larceny. She hopes to locate him in
this mflbner.
In two addresses, one before the
young men, and one before the young
women of Olivet college. President
Lancaster denounced the "college matrimonial agency," and declared that he
is going to put a stop to college engagements at his institution.
Breaking through the screen of a
porch where they were taking an airing, five inmates of tho Kalamazoo
asylum escaped. They were Mrs. Jennie Smith, Grand. Rapids; Taylor, of
Allegan; McAvoy, of Battle Creek;
Cohurst, of Benton Harbor, and Bolton, of Jackson, whose first names are
not given out.
Arthur Bryant, 20, of Detroit, the
young man who stole considerable
electrical paraphernal and later tried
to burn his way out of the Mason jail
with electricity, has been sentenced
to Icnia for not less than two and a
half years to not more than five.
Bryant has a Detroit police r xr*r4
OF
THE NATION
NEWS
HEWS OF IDE STATE
VICE - PRESIDENT*"" FAIRBANKS*
COCKTAILS CAUSED HIS
DEFEAT.
RECORD OF A WEEK'S HAPPENINGS IN MICHIGAN.
A
THE
OW03SO
NATIONAL
CAMPAIGN
The Story of Cocktails and Wine Ws»
Effective—The Mayoralty Plflht In
MYSTERY
Cleveland * Key-Note.
Strange Letters Threatening Death
Fairbanks Defeated. \
Cause Postponement of Marriage
Chas. W. Fairbanks, vice-president
of Lewis Greenman and Nancy
of the United States, ivas defeated in
Meyer of Carland.
Columbus for delegate to the quadrennial conference of the M. E. church.
bwosso.—Were the letterf threat- The temperance laymen refused to
ening the lives of Lewis Greenman condone what they regard as an unand Nancy Meyer, of Carland, if they pardonable offense against tempermarried, written by friends or rela- ance, and the distinguished candidate
tives who were opposed to the match? went down because of having served
The r irriage has been postponed, cocktails and three kinds of wine at
at least, and many of those acquaint- the dinner given to President Rooseed with the young couple are of the velt on Memorial day at the Fairopinion that they were bogus and banks home.
written solely for the purpose which
There were 18 candidates for th#
they accomplished.
seven places, but it was fully believed
Greenman received the first letter that the v*ce-pre«ideet would head tho
about two months ago, just before the delegation by being selected by accfc*original date set for the wedding. The mation. Just before the voting; howsecond came a few days later and ever, a decide/! change of feeling was
shown and temperance daymen InslaCsaid that the writer was a rival for «*d
on all tho name* being voted on.
the lady's hand and if they insisted This was decided on. Considerable
on marrying he would kill both of feeling was manifested over the effort
them. A third letter invited the pros- of some of the vice-president's frienda
pective groom to fight a duel in a to put the responsibility for the cocklonely spot but <£reenman's father tails upon President Roosevelt It repirsuaded him not to go there with an quired 97 votfis to elect and on the
first ballot two candidates were chosofficer, as the young man proposed.
Ien.
Fairbanks received but 79
Greenman has now placed the let- votes.Mr.
His
dwindled away
ters in the hands of an attorney and, and after thesupport
fifth ballot his friend*
though the, sheriff Is eager to take the withdrew his name.
matter up, he has not been called upon yet. Greenman's father views the
Tom .Johnson's Campaign.
affair lightly.
A national campaign is being fought
"It is a trivial matter and not worth out within the narrow confines of
investigating" he says.
twenty-six wards in Cleveland this fall.
Victory tor Tom L. Johnson will make
him the largest figure in the national
MINISTER'S WIFE ROUTS BEAR. Democratic party, next to William J.
Bryan; defeat may relegate him to
When Screara Fall She Beats Tin the political graveyard. Victory for
Bucket and Animal Flees. •
Congressmfja The: lore E. Burton wilt
wonderfully increase his already great
Munisiag.--~Mrs. H. F. Shier, wife of prestige among the national Republi•ta'& Presbyterian minister of this can figures *t Washington; defeat will
place, and daughter-in-law of Rev. W. send him back to the house stung and
by a rebuke given him,, by
H. Shier, of Detroit, routed a*bear crippled
the people who know him best A. conwith a tin pall. In company with her gressman who cannot carry his own
husband she was spending a few days city for mayor, when that city norat thetr hunting shack in Rock river, mally belongs to his own party any1C miles from here. About 11 o'clock way, cannot be considered •ena^orial
in the morning Mrs. Shier started for size, hcuxe-speaker size or even cabiy)
a huckleberry pitch nearby. When net-size,
So everything Is at stake and every
almost there a rustling In the underbrush attracted her attention, Turn- means is being used to win the stake.
ing, she iaw an immense black bear
Sin Francisco Grafters.
quietly looking at her. Bruin paid no
The Inner workings of the confessed
attention to Mrs, Sbier's erica, but remained placidly faxing at her until boodlers who formerly administered
with rare presence of mind, Mrs. the affairs of Sac Francisco as a board
supervisors were laid bare during
Snler commenced to beat a tin pall of
the
of TIrey Lv Ford, chief coun•he carried in her hand. This was too sel trail
for the United Railways, on a
much noise for th« bear and be charge of bribery. Thomas F. Lonerambled off to the woods.
gan,
former supervisor, tcld on the
stand of receiving $4,000 with the unBury Nurse at Peri Huron.
derstanding that it was to be paid to
Battle Creek—The body of Miss influence his vote>upon the application
Lucretia Johns, the attractive young of the, United Railways for an overnurse who committed suicide, was head trolley franchise.
James F. Gallagher, former chairtaken to Port Huron for burial. A
man
of the board, related bow he had
deputation of nurses from Nichols received
the sum of $85,000 from Arahospital atteu^J tlie funeral.
ham Reuf after the latter had requestMiss Johns and A. Lamont Fogg, ed anC urged him to ascertain how tho
the yoiing man who killed himself, 18 members of the board stood witli
were together considerably, but her regard to the application for such a
friend, Mrs. Lillian Hartcm, at whose franchise and directed him to learn
home they frequently spent Sunday the price for which each member
afternoon, declares the girl continual- would return s, favorable vote.
ly counseled reconciliation with Mrs.
Beavers Is Out
Fogg and said it was not right for him
Geo.
,W.
Beavers, formerly superin*
to court her as he had no desire to get
jtendent'Of
the salary and allowances
. a divorce. In Miss John's room was bureau of the
postofflce department,
found a torn up copy of the morning sentenced to prison two years ago for
paper that first cast aspersions against postoffice frauds, was released from
her name and which her friends hold the penitentiary at Moundsville, W.
entirely responsible for her suicide.
Va., Tuesday night and it Is presumed
that he departed at once for his home.
Divorce from Sunbath Husband.
Beavers is the man Machen once
Port Huron.—Circuit JudgevEugene called the limit for nerve in perpeF. Law decided the divorce case trating frauds on the government bebrought by Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer cause ho asked the lormer superinBradheld, of Grand Rapids, against tendent of rural free delivery to buy
her husband, Thomas Parks Brad- an operating table for a, physician
and charge it to the free delivfield, a prominent attorney of the friend
ery department
Furniture city. By its terms the woman Is given an absolute divorce, cusBubonic Plague.
tody of their two children, title to a
At a meeting of the California board
house and lot valued at thousands of of health, Gov. Glllett presiding, it
dollars, but the defendant will not be was decided to appropriate $1,900 to
required to pay her alimony. Mrs. fight the plague in San Francisco.
Bradfield is a former Lapeer girL At Steps were also taken to establish a
the trial of the case, which was sen- barge in the bay to fumigate bay an4
sational, she alleged that her hus- river craft The totals in the buborJo
band took sun baths on the roof and plague situation at San Francisco to
by the use of a little salt gained a sea- date are as follows: Cases verified,
deaths, 26; death percentages,
sido complexion. She also accused 43;
60.04;
suspects, under observation, 2$.
Bradfield of selling wedding gifts.
Students in 20,00-) Mile Jaunt
Bay City.—After a trip of 20,000
miles and visits to perUour spots,
Robert G. Handy, son of AteiUian
Handy, of this city, and W. W. Hyde,
of Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell students,
have returned home. They spent several weeks among the semi-brigand
Balkan tribe':, penetrated inner Turkish provinces, scaled Mont Blanc and
saw nearly every place of interest In
southern Europe and southwestern
Asia.
Canada Wants Exclusion.
A monster petition signed l>j hundreds of British Columbians Is on its
way to the premier. Sir Wilfrid Laurier. It prays that regardless of
foreign countries and all sentimental
and political considerations, the government immediately pass such legislation as may be requisite to Insure
the absolute exclusion of orientals
from the dominion of Canada. So far
the Japanese government has made
no claim on the dominion government
for damages on account of the Vancouver troubles.
Divorce After 32 Years.
Detroit—After 32 years of married
life, Elizabeth Jeffrey, 65, and Joseph
F. Jeffrey, 77, have come to the divorce court The old lady came to
Judge Brooke's conrt as plaintiff. The
couple were married December 26,
1875,
and have four children, 30, 28,
26 and 23 years oi' age. "He has been
cruel to me," the? old lady said. "In
the last five years he only gave me
$10 towards my support He g^ts Intoxicated three or four times a week.
The old man denies that be drinks
beaTlly.
Charles Frederickson, aged 30, was
killed by a cave-ir. !n the Cadttlao
gravel pit
From eating an over-ripe watermelon, Rynald Weltman, aged S, of
Muskegon, died of ptomaine poisoning.
Railroad Commissioner Glasgow says
the new railroad commission will take
office October 15. George Dickinson»
a member of the commission. Is gn»
lag to Ohio to study the railroad commission in tiut st»te, and Cotnmissiouer Glasgow will attend the national
convention of Railway Commission-,
STB.
J
38?
jupi-wi^^jjiiipp.-j.
pects ot uit.re pupils wu*su tu« tail work
Is completed. Eleven foreign poplls la
tbe number.
The effect of malaria last* a long time.
The 3rd grade w u put back into/tbe
primary room Moo day on account of
Yeu catch cold easily or become rtmthe overcrowded condition of tbe interdowa because cf the after effect* of malaria.
mediate room.
YOU WILL FIND YOUR
Mi«a Brack, tbe music teacher, cornea
Strengthen yourself with
Scott's
TuRklays now instead of Friday. She
reports that the pupils are making floe
It bu^Js new blood and tone* up your nerroas
progrea* 10 their music.
Mrs, H. Roblosoo was a visitor id tbe
system.
intermediate
room Friday.
ji.
ALL DRUGGISTS: 6 0 c . A N D *LOO.
LAINGSBL'KG SCHOOL.
Alvin Setxel spelled down tbe second
grade, spoiling forty wurdtf.
Pauline Heunett and Luella Bennett
M i s s Vera Beatty w a s home from were OH the sick list last week.
her school at Monroe t o attend th* j
Tbe third grade will make an original
funeral of her grandfather Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H . Collard, Mr. and story hook o/ stories and illustrative
i
Mrs.
ArthurShippey and twpo daugh- drawlo**.
' frf*™ o f Inters? fcem S o m e of Our
ters, were entertained at the home
Mr. Uageniirt'u, .a veteran teacher,
SuiTOUudlii? T o w r i S .
of Mr. and M r s , Fred K r i b s , Sun- Visited tne hijeb room this week ami
day.
uave MI instructive talk on. 4 , rhe EltCharles R o e h a s enlisted a s a s 1
s i s t a n t electrician in t h e U. S . n a v y ments Tj»at Go to Make up'.Success. *
TUe K'.-v Myl»e-led chapel exercises
a:td left Saturday for Saginaw,
thence to N e w York, where he joins on Wednesday,Sept. 17 After an iaMrs. Morill w a s in Morrice, Mori-1 the TJ S. S . H a n c o c k .
ttrt-istii/g taik, he sang arid played a
day.
David R e a l t y , an old and respectecotcb »uuif which tbe *f,udeuta thorMrs, J. if, .yi!;'s:'i was in Durahd ed resident of this place, passed
oughly
ei joyed.
away Friday morning after a brief
on Friday.
i
l
l
n
e
s
s
.
T
h
e
funeral
w
a
s
held
SunAirs. ClitT V,;,; J -r.valker w a s here
Thomas A, E'lieoo, the great AineriV
i day afternoon at t h e h o m e , Elder
on Mo?>u!»y..
can inventor, save: '•Fully eighty per
'
Porter
officiating.
Win.' I*ayi;o, of Ji&ncroft, was here
etsit ot the illness of mankind comes
o n Monday.
from eating improper'tood or too much
Rob MeOonnel, of Perry, w a s here
Don't get out of patience with tbe f o o d : tropic are iuuHried to overindulge
baby when it is peevish and re*ti*s*,and themselves." This iswaere Indigestion
on Monday,
don't
W&AT yourself out worrying nigbe finds its beginning to nearly every case.
Mrs. W m , Bnrdick w a s i n Perry aud day
about It—ju*r give It a little The stomach can do just so much work
on Saturday.
Caecasweet. Cascasweet Is a corrective and no more, and when you overload it,
Revr. Alexander, of Perry, w a s for stomachs of babies and children.
or when y on eat the Wrong kind of food
'htrs'ou Sunday.
Contains o o baroifal drug*. Sold by toe digestive ergaut ctnoot possibly do
Mrs. J a m e s Shaft w a s i n L a i n g s - C. M. Peacock.
the work demanded of them. I t is at
Yours for Low Prices and a Square Deal
b a r g o a Tuesday.
s»*ch time* that the stomach needs be!p:
Mr. and Mrs. W n , WellB Wore l a
it demands help, and warns you by
VILLAGE SCHOOL NOTES
Perry on Sunday.
headaches, belching, sour etentseh, ososea and indigestiee, Y o u shonld atE a r l H a r l o w and family
have
tend to this at oace by taking something
m o v e d into t b e P u l v e r h o u s e .
Gathered From Exchange* Around tbe that will actually d o tbe work for tbe
A'reception was.held at the home
stomach. Eortoi will do this. I t is *
• .-00411117.
of R e v , and Mrs. Ourts on Friday
combination
of natural dlgestants and
evening.
vegetable acids and contains the same
Mrs. W . F. McCiillough and M i j s
juices found In a besltbv stomach. It is
A g n e s tfcCuUough were in Corunna
pleasant to take. It digests what von
1>UBASB
SCHOOL.
last Saturday.
ScKBlste yearfirewita *
Scroday m o m leg Wilt be, "The More
eat. Sold by C, K. Peacock.
BKEB8BROTHBRS
The Seniors have organized for tbe
w
A . C . Gardner w a s buried MonNoble Hearers of the Word." A Pron>
TfiSBMOSTAT. Saves
d a y . Funeral s e r v i c e w a s held it* year 1907*08, electlug the foliowieg offiSO per cent, of yo«r coal bills. 8«nt on* oo. trial.
lee
for
Tomorrow"
will
be
tbe
subject
Official
Canvass
Aa)£yonr dealer or send stasip for free botfflet'
t h e M. E . church.
cers: '
Beers Bros. Thermostat Co^Boebeetsr, N.T. 10
for the evening discourse.
* PROFESlilONAL.
DBUSGATBS w n u t CSOXBTTTUTIOHJU.OO»
Archie Van Wormer, w h o had been
President—Eroeat Grimes,
vasnoa
FOB
^HB
14th
tstXAtovu*,
The topic for the Lcagce devotional
a t t e n d i n g different fairs in MichiVice President-John Seifred.
msnaict.
'
When i n DETROIT S t o p n t
g a n , returned b o m s o n Saturday.
meeting i s "Christian Stewardship."
Secretary—Lelu Barnard.
This is a live snbjeet among christian
Treasurer—Z«da Smith.
Cheapes?; ••accident irtsuracce—Dr
yooog people today. The secret of a
«Z>eCtAIUfST
S
The Junior class elected for the ensuThomas' Ecteeuio Oil. Stops the pain
FAlrULY rlfrTEL
TOWNSfflPS
happy and usefal life lies in this topic.
Sijgi* Rooms abd 8nit*P to r«Bt by the day, D i s e a s e s o f W o m e n a n d Children
and beats the wound, Ail druggists ing year the following ofticors:
6
Let tw find It.
week or month; 3ATE8 RSASONABLB.
AND
sell it.
President—Evered Berrick.
X
The sttnatSoofeit-he ntost ConreaJ«ot in .tbe COHURMA,
MlCHIGJUr
ELECTION
|
* 0 a
eity for both shoppers aad pEeasnre seekers.
Vice Presideot—l.uia Cobb.
T
o
the
Republican
Electors,
Township
$
DISTKICTOS S
Cvr. W«odvrardI swt ChaHstt* Ave*.
Secretary—Hugh McCurdie.
ft
Write for Bartkrnlars. Telephone Grand «886
o f Caledonia.
:.
S
|
ft
„ Tseasurer—Laura Stevenson.
South Venice,fckb., Oct. 1, i»7.
Attof-tvfrym est L«ow
Tbere x will be a caucus at township
trim
S « ie 3
A new orgaetaatlon hatv been formed, At
10
U«nmncton
B 4S 4» 84
M i s s Edith Owen i s quite sick.
MATTtfSW BUM
WALTawBUSN
M »7 4* *V
known as "The Pureed High School Born*
27S hall, Oct. 8, at 1^30 p. m. to elect seven
M i s s Fannie Stewart i s v i s i t i n g
< mie^onia
i& at SI II
r
«0 delegates to the county convention t o
OfaeeoverC.
H.
Peacock's
Ivnjr Store.
her sister- ,.ftlrs'. Cronfchile, in Flint xtbletle As«Oclatioh ' and has elected CornonaCiiyJ^twanl w at 94 4«
Tboro«ffe>rtd
YOB
if
Ho*e*sfdr
be
heid
at
court
bouse,
Corunna,
O
c
t
10
—
> *od '• ST an 88
CORUNNA,
- ^ MICHIGAN
its officers:
this,,w«ck.'
" Srf «
17 s >0 ss
tftle ts»f Brecwftf pvrposea.
48 at 11 a. m., for the purpose of electlag
Fairftcld
IS
»4
IS 7
President—Ernest Grimes,
MOs. Satn Measurall and children,
W
Hazntton, L%PreclBCt M 83 M
aor 13 delegates to attend the Eighth conof Jiidd-'s. Contorp, visited last week
Vice Presldent—Beve Weetcott
Sad
"
St S3 20 A*
S7 gressional district convention which Is
at H . M e a e u r a l l V
:
21
10 «
t
«3
Executive Com.-Ernest
Grimes, NMtddlebary
Owosso, Mich.
e * Haven
ST t a SB
»1 calied to meet at the artnory In Owosso U n i o n ' P h o n e G61
The barn raising at T . L. S$£WA f t o f v t t s y y cat L.OW,
4*
n
Owoeao
U
44
Supt.
Smith,
Lura
Cobb,
secretary;
144
art'h latJt Tuesday w a s » s u c c e s s i n
Owo««oClt7l»t^atd 19» \U 168 7
at
3
p.
m.
of
same
«»y,
Oct,
10,1007.
John Seafred, treasurer; Ralph Waltz
•• Sod " Jl* 101
Office over IfcMullea A Co.'* CfaMhlm^htetc,
bpite of thy inclement weather.
C, B. Yotrso, Chairman.
"
tnl " « 4 4 47
The
society
alms
to
develop
all
'lines
ki
Mrs. H . Hawl«>y1 of Venice Cent. 44
** ' .
ttb '• 85 «4 70 2
184
CORUNNA, MICHIGAN*
Dated Caledonia Sept. 90,1907.
•• 6th " 7 1 »4 9ft 40
er, spent a "tew days last week with of athletics and to bring them to BUO
en
47
Perry
tsl
Precinct
»
»
«8
lier sister, Airs. H. Allbee.
cessful issuef.
9M
Advet«i«e«Mav«s la taia exclnain are eaafged
" 2nd "
21 3» SI ts
Ladies' Aid Society Elect Officere.
1OT
at the rate of o»* eeat for saeh word eaea laRush
si St M S3
Mrs. H . Lytln attended a farmers'
The foot ball team was organized last S<»oi»
199
•srUon. Mo ose-laaeitloa advertisement aen 64 09 4<
club at t h e home of tier sister, Mrs.
x»
Tbe Ladles 1 Aid Society of the If, espted'aA less than MeT This eoloaiB Is very
Shiawassee
M « se £7
week,
choosing
as
manager,
H.
H.
Mo.Otto Kuler, near Bancroft, last
ass
pradacuvo of oalcfc retwsw and eaa be ossd *•
Venice
IS 14
Office and R e s i d e n c e , first
Curdle and Ernest Grimes as captain. Vernon 1st Prrcint fiO 49 i * M
so E. church met at the church parlors advaaUge la aulsa siaayyaats, Coyysawald
Thursday.
63 8»
m
baiobrwi
"
2nd
••
»
H
Monday,
Sept.
30,1907,
and
elected
the
SO
door we*t of bridge. : : :
Mrs. H . Lytle will entertain t h e Between fifteen and twenty* men are
IOC
" *rd ••
» Vt »9 M
following
officers:
m..
F
o
r
Bale:—Two
popcorn
s
t
a
n
d
s
.
15 u S*
L a d i e s 1 Aid Society of t h e Venice trying one and the team is rapid'y W o o d h a U
1* 10
C50RUNNA,
MIOHGAN
aft
m
H a r r y Miner, Corunna.
19tf
Center M . E . church o n Thursday rounding into form. Toe team, though
Pre*.—Mrs. Estella Lyman.
i
l
Tot*to
ltTO
HIS
1818
7*9
1
*at
of t h i s Week.
F o r Bale or Rent:—26 aerea o f
Tress.—Mrs. Harriet BoseokranS. >
ss
light, ia quite speedy and hopes to nave
3»
land.
Enquire of M r s ; Adelbert
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brooks v e r y
ItTATB OF MICHTGAV, ) ^
Secy.—Mrs. Barbara Hathaway.
Miner, Corunna, Mich.
19tf.
p l e a s a n t l y entertained t h e S o a t h a successful season,
Cunatyof! Sbl»wM»ee J "**
Another meeting will be held «t tbe
W
e
do
hereby
cervlfy
t
h
a
t
the
following
le
»
V e n i c e F a n n e r s ' ( lub, Sept. 19, T h e
TEBEY SCHOOL.
—For S a l e ; - A s m a l l flock of .Attorney at Law^ SoHdtcc in Chancery,
coiTwc* Pi»t«meDi of t h e votes given In ssUd church parlors Saturday, O c t 5, at a
October • meeting will be held with
thoroughbred
bexrod
P l y m o u t h AU Mods of legal bastnesk transacted. Moo*y
Trading stamps are popular with County or »ht&w«uee aod State or Michigan,
to loao. IJteaf Sstate and Insaraace. Offlea
M r . and Mrs. I,. T , B u y e a .
at t o e Special E l e c t w n held on Tneaday, i k e e'eiock for the purpose of making plans B o c k s . F . I*. J o h n s o n , Corunna^
shoppers but photos are ail the rage •eveateantb day of Seytember a . D . ISO):
over itcKaUea a Co.'s d«4bia|r Store,
F o r S a l e : - A N e w York leather
For t b e election of Delegate* t o t h e Coaven. for the rummage sale which the ladies
with "tbe kids." Tbe penny picture tton
ROOBGAN
tor
the
porpoae
of
mafctag
a
ceneral
revtco&ch
nearly n e w , will s e l l »4 a b*r- CCRUHNA*
are
planning
to
have
the
end
of
this
"•I suffered habitually tr«M constipa- man will soon drive an auto.
AiOTiof tbeOonstltuttoa:
l
n
.
H
a
g
h
M
.
N
i
c
h
o
l
s
,
Corunna,
t i o n , lioan'e KegfuJeti" relteved and
The whole nnfaaber of votes oast for t h e ofltee month.
fch.
of Delegate t o t o e Oonetttanoaal Coaventlde
strftOKtbened tbe »>owtf». HO that they Jionmie had a little pig.
(CT
t
b
e
1Mb
Senatorial
District
w
a
s
P
o
o
r
HwnttIts
skin
was
white
as
snow,
have be*«n regular ever (•Inee."'— A. E.
F o r S a l e : 1340 acre ranch situated
aod Poor Hundred aodTwenty two . . . . . . . 4,428
O. E. S. Elect and Install.
Davis, grocer, Sulphur Spring*, Tex.
(tale of United States Array)
and Uwy w e r e gtvea 1©* t h e foUowit 5 persona,
And everywhere that J immie went,
2 m i l e s from R . F . rtation. tjrood
The following officers w e n elected frame honae, t w o b a r n s and o t h e r
VUJ;
•
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Special**
That pig was sore to go.—and they are
OdeU Chapman received Twelve toadied and and installed in the Order of Eastern ont buildings. W e l l watered and Glasses aeevrately adjusted. Boars, 8t») *»
both at the FowlerviUe Fair now.
Seventy vote* ~—~_—-- ~..~»......._.«;t»7P
1140 a. m. aad 150 to 4 4 S p . s "
fenced. 90 acres i n crops, sale great SaStwda/
Albert B. Cook reaelveil Steven handled and Star laat week a t Bancroft:
erealogv, «40 to7a&
Last Friday afternoon the high sebcol ESigeteeD votes „...~..^- »»,
..^..i — Ills
bargain
if
t
a
k
e
n
a
t
one*.
A
d
d
r
e
s
s
,
byappotntsaeat. B o o a u l a o d t , !
W. M.—Mrs. Delia Payne.
Kc ~ LoArop, 34icb, Oct. 1, 1807.
WUUw
U.
Kilpatrtek
reeelTedOnetaowaaad
boys defeated a p'eked team frow^tbei
Goo. W . E a s i e r , Clare, M i c h . 33w4
>
MiCHIOAII
bnndred and seventy Btgbt..—».. 1,1»
# . P.—C. E. Broadhead.
Callie Amidon i s o n tha sicSrlist. other grades 3 to 1, Banh pitching for two
Lawtoa T. rTomawa motived Seven onadrod
A, M—Mrs. Helen Parker.
sad Fifty five votes — .
7»
Mr. E n o s M u n s o n i s very ill a t the little fellows.
Maxes* Coif received One vote . - ——,—-1 See.—Miss Stella Potter.
A Certain Curs fcr Aching F e e t *
t h i s writing.
There** no place Ke*
» « • •••••ipii m i l
••i»iPav«i»^T>^w*0
Rev. Mylne, of Lalnsburg, was a J-OwSn* *** <MM
Allen's Pt»oS>Baae, a powder; cares Ttred,
Treas.—Hrs. Anna Adams.
F r e d Kribs w a s in C o r p n n a c a l l i n g
Aching-, Sweatlaar, Swouea feet. Sample sent
In Witness Whereof, we have lierettnto set~
visitor at tbe school Wednesday.
o n relatives Monday.
tbe JocmalfogNeat
FBJEX, also SaWipte of POOV-AASX SASITABT
oar aaed and eansed to be afflxed hereto the Cond,—Mrs. Grace Sarrington,
Regolar monthly exams, occur this seal of tbe Cu-etitt Coort for the Ooonlj of
Comr-Pio*, a new laventloa. Addrcss,>AUea S.
Mr. and Mrs. E r n e s t Call, of Flint,
A.
Cond.—Mrs.
TBva
Baker.
Olmsted, LeRoy, 3f, Y.
this Utts day of September JL D.
irvinting. W » J M
are v i s i t i n g relatives at this place. week and report cards will be given oot Shiawassee
1907.
M.—Mrs. Ida Goes.
tbe
first
of
next
week.
Parents
are
reMr. and Mrs. Root- McQueen atJOSXPH H. Coxxtas 1 BoAan or COCSTT
Organist—Mrs.Plora Seribner.
J- CA2TVA8SSa* FOB
tended t h e fair at F l u s h i n g , Thurs- quested to look at the report carefully C. S, BBBD
J.
ft.
BBXsos
j
SciawAasss
COOKTT
W,—Mrs. Fanny Skinne*.
day.
and sign the card.
[saAi.]
S.—W. D. Wilcox.
N . Colltfrd returned t o Corunna
attest: JOBS Y . MAKHW.
Bro. Sharp, our talented janitor, has Secretary
of tbe Board of County Canvassers.
M o n d a y morning where he i s a memAda—Mrs. Llla Scribner.
fixed up a fine sand tat.o for tbe priber of the jury.
Ruth—Mrs. Eya Simooson.
M. E. Church Notes.
Mrs. A n n a Pearsall, who has been mary room.
to
Esther—Mrs. Roth Martin.
v i s i t i n g friends at H o l l y , h a s re- Parents, do you send your children to
Last Sunday we did our church work
tor into do
Martha—Mrs. t>apbne Yeomsns.
turned h o m e .
FCbool simply to get tbem out of tbe under a cioudy sky but there was spirit*
Electa—Mis.
Agues
Garnett.
Mrs. W a ' t e r Bnirci is entertaining way? Does it make any difference to
Worthy Grand Matron Mrs. Emma
her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Shep- you wbetber tbey are learning some- aal gonsbine for thoee who looked and
Jived for it,
Ocobock being present acted as installard, of Che«aninx.
thing good and useful or only a lot of Our first meeting at Klrby was foil of
OEYBS TESTED; FREE.
ing officer and tbe officers were duly ladeviltry? How do you Bbow interest tbe promise of good things. Tbe atstalled.
in tbe affairs of your children? Think tendance waagood and tbe spirit hopeOpticians attd'Jewelere
on these thing*,
ful. A Sunday school WAS organized That Lmme M«*U can be cured with
117 N . W a s h i n g t o n S t . , O w o s s o .
Or.
Uilee'
NEKVE
PLASTER
Only
20c
But it cannot make a Fair Skin o • a
MORHICE SCHOOL.
bv the election of the following officers:
Olouy Coat.
The new laboratory was not quite Superintendent, Mfcs Anna Parker;
Women with pood
complexions car.aot
completed last week but is expected to Asst Supt., Mrs.Emma Chaffee; Secy.
be howely. Creams,
be complete ia its appointments by so- Miss Jenoie Chaffee; Trees. Mr. Warlotions, washes and
other week. It would be well worth the ner Stoddard. All wbo will enter into
powders cannot make
ti.oe spent for tbe patrons of our school tbis Sunday school work are invited to
a fair skiu. Every
hors^-mjxn inews that
to come and view our new laboratories, meet ,iext Sr^.dsy afternoon ft one
the satin coat of his
we as a school feel proud of them. They 0 clock when classed will be fornred sod
thoroughbred eoruea
| are certainly as well equipped and sub-teachers chosen.
from the animal's
Tbe pastor has an appointment to
| stautial in appointments as most of toe
"alUriglit" conrlition,
We have several dozens of Ladies' Grain and Calf Button Shoes,
I*t th%bor.*o
get
preach
at tbe Hawkin's school bouee
i
city
school
laboratories.
"offliisfea| ,, aii<ll.»
very desirable for this season of the year, to protect one from the cold and damp
J The roof Is berng placed on the new dest Suoday at 2:30 p. m., local time.
coat turns dull. C\ir«
We offer this lot at 98 cents per pair. There is^ nothing the matter with
lanuex aud it ccrtair.lv looks now as if Tbe new Juoior choir sang weli at tbe weather.
rying, bnjshinc?arid rubliing.^nll give
himftcl«*ar. c<>i*t, but cannot produce
i tbe one whose name will not be men- Epwoitb League service Sunday even- these shoes—except the price, that being very low considering the price, of leather at
the coveted STOoothn*'>« ai.1 gloss of
| iiooed bui wbo bet twenty-five cenU ing. There are many good voices the present time! They will not last long at the present price.
Sizes from 4 to 8.
the horpf's akin, vUioh ia hisoom' tbat tbe building would not be complet- among our little folks which we hope to
plerion. Ttieliuliee will see tuc point.
ed by Thanksgiving would lose their see developed and made helpful In our
young people'a church services.
money.
Our S. S, secretary has received the
A number of the pupils are out helpsupplies for tbe new quarter and mem
ing harvest tbe bean crop.
*•**
Robt. Craig was a bigb school visitor bers of the school can get tbe lesson
Is the best preparation for lad iea who
deaire « gtntle laxative medicine that
quarterlies before Sunday by applying
last week.
will give the body perfect cleanlin««s
Chemistry class began work In tbe to her. We are looking forward to a
internally and the wholewomeneae
delighUul time In this quarter's ftlbte
new laboratory last Monday.
that produce* soca skias as pemtecs
There are one hundred and ode pupits study.
love to copy.
Tbe subject of the pastorV sermon
t etrolled so far la our sehoott with pro*
Emulsion*
it)
4ts
CORRESPONDENCE
SHAFTSBURG.
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w
. "«m
NEW
FALL SUIT
TOP COAT, STORM
CO ATy HAT, GLOVES
and UNDERWEAR
are waiting for you at our store.
The style is right—the price is right
—and we will use you right.
W, A. McMullen & Co,
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F I RE
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CARDS,
THE ADDISON Miss H. B. Ball, M. D.
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Maple Ridge Squab Farm
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AUSTIN E.
tINERS
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E. H. BAILEY, M. D.
WILLIAM J . PARKER,
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CORUNNA,
MICHIGAN