The Sentinel Leader - 04_1925

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The Sentinel Leader - 04_1925
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SPAKTA,
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MICH.
Sparta Sentinel-Leader
j 11 f a g s o u t h e a s t e r l y and j o i n i n g th« in
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Grand at Plain Meld It i ri tt v « r t f
R o p i n g o n e or t b e best frufct
ACCORDING TO JOHNSOW B R O S ,
K c n t
WRANK M. H O L M E S , E D I T O R
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th
I O C A X F O R D DEALERS
A N D PUULI8HKR
CCpt IU•»'• Hockforu w h e r V i U £
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T " m"°'" W"lIth
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Printed T h u r s d a y a / t e r noon
Tlio q u a r t e r m H l i o n
mark
wo*
Second Claaa M a t t e r
1 t h t h- e r n i f e r l 1 n F o r d
•' er power lor mill* b o t h g r i s t .-ind f o r e s i g h t to j
net let it he in I(h n, I " " "
Production In En• u : * c r t p t i n n Price, per year. $2.00
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M r n u m b e r 200,oo» left
• h e MOteJ KMomIlly l i n e , | n t h e t h e
at
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Manchester, accorfllng to
a <-.ld,Ktam
received
by K d x e l i ; _.*•• J. t b w . y a Co., Tol»do. Ohio.
J'ord f r o m t h e E n g H a h c o m p a n y .
I h i s Is a p r o d u c t i o n r e c o r d f o r t h e
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
a u t o m o b i l e i n d u s t r y in E n g l a n d and
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:
n e a n t alao from tho f a s t
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w h e r e also u s i n g .tfhte
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that
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nt 111.• ; l l i n f ! i
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hon»e «nd having a row*
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KOH'8 s a w mill. W a l t e r ' s ' ! w ' k '('m • n i u ^ t h ^ l ^
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In ihe B r i t i s h Isles.
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age f u n d s .
All
Ford
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mafia
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e
I«;et hixrti sfaali
s*j»n ba (built. ala«f -3.
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» d t , . o v ed nnich of
M l I X lumber ' ^ W T ^ ^ V V j o u k < ' ' '
hullt of approstmataiy- 90 pvr
of
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W H V
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KOtiUE IS " R O G U E "
tho old Slock t . . V
power was .riven
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2
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
11
II* r1'1"*","'
to Hit/;
•
uuouvlatir application;*© transparent
(hat
w&dUa
and
a c c o r d a n c e with t h i s poln y ?{,
I a a * t ^»«m!s.
< JiuaicticiBs «t a point
r»;>rt« not made in the Man hf*>r
St
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tious' hDi" g"'equaUy
^ r , i a i 2 d c o a < i i ".' :
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by
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Knglirh
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as
adva^tagsoot;
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of Div s i
thtefc*
r
£: " , r &
z
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r . r s byr J o- n ant h a rn -Nasi
i I ™Mrmt
r " f• n" « - — - « » t a B , ,™ s, n , b s
Piue
mill
ndurirhij manufaofurors
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All c/« I t ' r n to I h ^ l U n T o r T ^
iMuJrs
T FT* *
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Unrtrifai h»< 1
wainy of »u r pari«
wards
gP*
pavaHei to
(U*
ah
" l h « cento* line ot
' ' » " ^ h < n , d l„ t h 4 . {,; r|
shack* k
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vvutt\ U I.
•iiM.c.. H..UUI al..UK
•" '
' " fand, «1;ioil op'»r , f
! Mr
BBS s.« u nder I* ho {• w h e e l , a many s.ocletJoa te her t r n v . '
uateri.
un
VjUita
tijt
»>f t h e : fttr t h e ! l a W 0 0 (
*«
the village
' easier
Wtnr> I-Vrd a n d" ^ to^i'ave °( ^
f h a n isti
^ ^ i n i two h u n d r e d tort Z a T h £
r a,ly Part t h
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A igoma
Wher
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2
frorn
d e b i t e d in a bank
or hwvka
couaafl
may el.»f
iii t
15i K ^ . , X r L 0 , 2 2 2 s t ^
• , n U " l enr i 1
, r«»nl..ff, and w h e n it did not , ^ e r a l w«H-k« | „ nlZTr
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robbed
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y
t
h
e
village
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«>r banks wit in P a r a i l W ^
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wini... l a i n t h e r e wa« not power o n o u g h to maoy iatereatlntr t i . i t , ^
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at at t makf it no. f( Quote a
want)
or *wo h a a t i r ^ i
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report
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whiefc
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trmi t
Nanfe 0 * l r > a
50, all f o r e i g n c h i l d r e n
r
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po«lfor bond, in I amount a a d with
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*aifa>lactory to t h e c r l ^ d as t h o f i r e
K,1(i w a
viveaMdL
It doj 3 i go |'a» ««<-,. a ^taw4«i
* t h e i r leader w h e n -t
him with a o ax, r o b H u g him and
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s e c r e t i n g t h e body ir. a clump of
p
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year
in
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r e p a i r e0d by t h * u m
"r ( i :.il e ytrtir
v>f y. a P p r < f i t ' ^ c r
teaching them " 4 m j
M l l p o t i , Tt) x murd« t er
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March
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i a M t e a t t o i i " fcnd '•ChrteUaklMtk,,, • ' have b e e n a
9*ri* J « nd
lf
ilowad f 0 r creditors L u t < t h , J a y <>f J u n e of
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Wl««M a t r e a t it you did j.o«
P ^ e n t t h e i r c l a i m s a g a j ^ y e a r and e n d i n g a t n<>. •,
k
.,
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^mhnatJn^
for roofs, n u U m t h a own<ir
alitra And In
d to Maid court f o r e i nth i
' '1 f>;. f a/rny,**
ear Mre. M a r s h a l l .
«w person h a v i n g i - ^ i
iwj
KiTiirj. Ky rif'v
fai.l
jhlJm j
lild
- - : • • -ia- v s l j u s ho<R<ta shall f i m ^ ob!
- Crook and Kn*ll«h-« a n d L S u " ( l a 0 ' ' Way 3, J s T « l » p c r , . , . . K ' T T n Z "
' that
Whlla skulking i n ^hc aood^. 1
•j;i ^ y j s r z ' s s z
z s r .
u
satd
s t ral ^ ifti n j r t as aflana*
a . TI B ».tj-n ot said cevunell. or any apeciaf
toi
- 1 > u ^ i l , , h l " « Jto'lo. Elan
^ 1 well re mem ber »h. uanuH of t~h e
t h.(it
e fit
t<>n, Hi.,
i ^ a..t fcaao:
it: r « s j s
principals
ha rQ,
IIkIIniI iLll'i I ' i i
ti
L. for &«ipa a a t*..
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(fl c ^ m u t e e w h i c h m a y bo a p p o ^ u « |
i i r a a d Uw/)i4a,
i*> Jt«»
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Grmtl
H s p i d s K.r, |
> ' u »>i ibs-{.*r* f b e :<!st d a y of ef, ° L t t ' \ Z t h e u r , J " r ^
ifuiian antl l a m p lakea, w h e r e•ad'a
tin
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<*k*r mm, umfi'm, aflerwarfeIwlftHI,,,
* ">'Plloal*t .« Will K J t 2 6 - a D t l t t " l t
mi ror t h a t purpose, ehall. on or Uon a h ^ f
u<afa^>
u o n shall i>« ev«Utdara4 a a i acted
i? •tu, fswr
wasl ^ thtitlt
"r *»>•
• * ' « bo board by aaid court £ : z £ \ ! , r « d a y
rpw.
j a^T.t r t bb
^ s a«awpwar
i r jgnstu «aAH
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jpon-rtf
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{fjfcaj
ffttftirurr
#h
-P"!* by the Coancii at Ita n«at rait
;wjl
;
'•'day. t h e 3 1 t b 'da
to
4 ^ r ^ a 4 a n u o* an » a « o c ^
'•
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t.^ w
P B f 1 "
, r^utioT^aij
^ 1 of l a
aiftjt-.a t h a t you
1
" : » « . a t ten
pari V
^«d < V * a W r j t ^ f c e a . | T h e r e t a l a s^aaa
« a i l f p«Hr«;m or a a f t >
.-.ooo
o r r i c r
r;
or k«o«# t»a%tka l»„ te«t wit hia aaid
of nUveuo-urara f r o m
Hock' !
a r a t h e r small, in< ta ? k flj H t a h a s .
To
p o r o a t to r e p a i r .
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B
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and
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af
K
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K
*ba Dm J. .-4),
iiw4»» a' 'i who Planned to t u n n e l u n d e r Kood t h i n g s , i« a very | „ „ .
"ig iifirant s t r i a t a h a v i n g ita s o u r c e
af
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"""W- t f l *l 2U-'
tlvo i . No b u t l d l n * shall b*
in Ri< i a k f , N e w u BonHat^ Hr uM
t h l n U * M"1"
• O ^ b ^ U a 1 ItHwt«d
t a a t . j l>ate«J ,March
i -.igR ot PfOlwU » i Uhin
n - High l i k e to secure tlu» fl«h w i t h tank.
t^wid
vlUage
of S p a r t a for c e r m i t u d to r e M i t t i or « U n d within
I '<rry B r a d f o r d .
' ^ t < h ii ahoundeil. Bui alas, t h e i r !
an| i n t e r eat r a t e to be paid on t h e
Dr. w M. Stout aayv "Tot^eaa
f
April JO t o 2.4.
*» hmens* wt-'h whivh t h a y
village f u n d s so deposited or to W •Wd f i r e ttattt which d i a l , be in
j
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,
w»akea*
the
hftood
vaaaels.
Th*.
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3
••'-**" »a en aaiatMt » k a
depoeited d u r i n g said depositor > 4 i t t r , u.u**fe condition m a«coaiu of Ima. ><! «; ^
¥ V '•*<( : T W f y .^!.* 'J?***** ** r^-vvory fj'om maMfaasH
Mit«rw * TO e i t f c u r r o K f l
he basla of a v e r a g e daily bal- proper c o n a u action, mmt aad tear,
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typHvoid,
p
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m
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n
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a
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(tifltlen
e
n
c
e
s
, t h e said council r , s e r v i n g t h e or for an,, otiiej caiMw. U tach an'
;
ia
« o> MfCMMiAK: T h e P r o b a t a
r
i
g
h
t
to deposit t h e whole or any
•ur.i
tor
hat majf b,
fo
« f l / per r e m . " Dr
f|at
W I " * «T'
* C a a a t y of K e a t
s a t e b t t u d i a * »h»t| . . m a i n vMtbia
p
a
r
t
of
«aid village, f u n d s at a n y »ald f t r c Ulaiw, 11 stiatl fc* tho d u t y
<i
y.
H
h
e
a
George
Thotnpsott
saye
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f
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^
a
ih<>y ail
d r u n k they concluded
t h a " e l a t e of
tttae, ««id to w i t h d r a w t h e whole or of U » president of satd «tUa*» to
' b a y dldn t earo much byr ft«h a n y c a u s e s f u n c t i o n a l (Hat-urban* <« t
^ jkAt-ii
Vt 't {i^i aja^4
* * * **** «WNfW at any time, a t *
w r i t t e n auttoe to the owner or
t f a d i n g to h e a r t , a t o m a c h ,
ay.
p<HI'i»« v« h#fehjf «-<«aa «Wt fia«r
Baai
:
Of^upaat
-horvot ui remove or d«a?aair»,
a
n
d
a
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r
r
e
a
.
T
h
e
s
w
e
a
t
e
,
hn tf vi.cw * %a
roi
troy
M
b u i l d i n g u i t is not c o T
' ' "•*.** »%re madkr ^ohacm) user Ih d e a t h to ua «,
a , t t r . ma.y Otr ?iiia.«iir ija triaat-itttf
A-iMfii,
a,.
t>
H
h
ueted
of
incombustible a a U r k H . $3
w f w i l
W < 1
i
a
*
6
,
:
w At« 'V
a r a 4 u as pail
to * * U coming la e o n i n e t wHJh i t . "
»iiwwaa[vifor c r e d i t o a t o ! o ; " L i t " \ * * * * * ' ^ « *
or
u.
m
a
k
e
aeeossary r e p a i r . Vr i £
i*hf>;u f
5
t.,f >p> ^ «i*jy«., intliaai r a i l w a y
discretion
of
t
h
e
prove<ue»ts
It it ta couetruct..^ ^
Tto.*t m e e u n g I-Vldny May Ut ai
t t h e t r claims a g a l a a i said de- • • • • '
I
• ' Lyman ^Smith's a n d
others
TQg& fcALE WILL
:
m
* , t h Mr». Mae.- All „ ,
•»< te Maid c o u r t far examinatiuti
BE / U T R E C I A T E D
win-re Orrhi Rice and Sai.i Rouse meu a "r e cordially
.%i
nd
T/H'l. ; •
invjtod.
APRIL, ( «
f a e n t a n d t h a t all «radit
M. A. HfL- delivered logs,
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and
w
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r
e
Eph
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,
with
said
notice
•io-w„ M<
«ood brood so'#a.
(<Wf
!l nwu
ma<u
''
' h i * " t a r t by r u n n l i i g
villa 1 ' ' l i t ? ? f u h i r t y U l i r # * ^
Cbe
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h
Ol/ARAHTKS! |T$SB F O U D s
j%ia
L&
aa^a
e^'^art.,
a
t
i
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Marshall may Joatroy mitjj
b:<
Wl!
which he
ved«-d
•
,' Dtu. 2 ' a g ^ a n d t b e owavr of •."• j
i rate^-*c ^ - .<#». ^
taa a m at
< N | « « the
7t ti (><-.,,< . , '
-.'•id btiUUtng ehall be liable to t h e :• ''
"ft <.ij
>2/• - j, — a h,L» . .
^ • l a g e for Tbe expense of such deawww.'^rRa*4aa to iiraaask a^<t
«*•* u o n ; p.ovided t h a t a a d e r
which boud nhall ho fwrtstaj
A
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t
a a 4 a* iffe* niHiiB ? • a t '
>
by H o n 2 of this ordinance t h e Village
b , I t S f t th*:
aacaeMfui bidder.
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Count ii w i i i i
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to
1 V (•i</wer to g r a n t
Section
6.
Bid.,
offer.,
tenders
and
P*rt*i0»foa
tor f
*"NG v p p p i • id
f«P*ur of sMMfh
protpotiltiotis
of
the
bank
or
banitn
Th
a»»Amaeaia«-a^ iby .Mr,
dav of
g
t
t h e aame ta
rc«f<
rust made In r w v o w . ! o euch iBrltattojl
p r e s i d e n t of t h e fVird Motor O r a
»h«»Uj>U
mater *
o« made and vahfali'taift in h 4 a
panry t h a t <^porat!ng umUi a Mh.v
wHthig and aeMeerei2 aaalad t< thti
t>.
ft
M l
Hall a a t11
h e d u t y of
W
l \ ) r d d e a l e r s h e r e a i ^ r plac<
if a t e
I
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(jw
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and
o»'-eo|>anta
ot cvarw
!
of
liiOB&E
a trwawtae
jr <>r ^
1.
w-'thia
eaxd
fir«
iimita
to
' ^ 1 ;
Judfie of P r o b a t e
i a pr*'Livening t a c
<ille^>sed by thetn.
1-hr
,
,
a
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d
!t«$4#tet of l r r o b s t e ''
co mm en cent en i
said
depository
ytt
rmm^kUmintt
i» w#.
<
April i o to 24.
aeeaa4sH
hem l a s a t e e a a d i year to which t h e proposition reM i Andrus.
tlon a g a i n s t fit e, to Keep a l l chinilates. ' h a g t h e w o r t 4mm toy <v:uo, ,• t:w4
uey®
Section
7
# stove and fTfrii saa pipes,
All bids tiers, taftaara
mechanics using
improved
fax}«itv K
) t * iti.. j>|
icig p l a n t s and
life!
aa^l priiposl
• '*. •'• 4 > . and
'ope "i >* auhaiHie«l • "•!•« frcaa
m e n t and g e n u i n e Ford p ri* tod
and iv f >a r, p.iij.r,
k|i IMf*1
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i'HKSE A R I TWO THINGS YOU
w i t h t h e s e economic* an;? adv vi o > h s t a v
an.4 f-o h*.<-•>e ail «*-*<
i wfcrifig, Oxn». aet i eg $Jtsjvaof t,ar«a aa^' H u • t«« I
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la
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S>; s t a i ; aj'd laodern
*
WC t h e a H e t e
c a r t o tb« pmrcham*r ai low ro ; an
a special *neet •I'l'l j I'otf
?uy| I N M | for t h a t purpose b e t a v e a metluKls,
with a g u a r a n t e e oovcrlng mecb io
a*
,1 •N'K
5>»»( t A J A « P * O i r * K O T O S
Is
hereby
given • a i d las; r e g u l a r m e e t i n g and t h e
i^-cti^n
Any perai
notice
who sball
•at m a e n a d
•nouthft f r o m t h e
- • A&.fc MAD*. A c m x m m n TO
violate any of tht PtavMeM of this
said i ^ n t b day of J u n e . .
( i
f l * * pi.aa i t a ^ ^ a e a
^ »>&.
• * x ^ : U J % LAW u r L U I U C A
Aptil.
A.
l)„
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flMHaa t . T h e council s h a l l have rj* 'tinnnre » ha i 1 n >• u ^onvietioa *th er*
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ta^ m
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MOTOK
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TO im> rz& c r . w t e t t j
nd pronoi
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CIENCY.
Afatera
"
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v-.
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firftriae w m d u i o n s
# h a i l «t*Ma p r u d e n t a a d l^at «*
teh
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week
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V >• MORE MILEAGE AND POW.aara 4.e**aa**i6
s»e re. its dl^ereUon it- met;;' eaHUu 5:ito
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T r p o w r i U r ribbon* a t ^ f t i t i n e i
*f"d
UJ, t h a p t o h a t s ( A c t , in v a t e Hjtr«t>t8cu{ or aratssKea^aat 1
d a s e p a r a t e and
a n y b a n k or bankis
w i t h h i ']
«Unct offenae.
Laa4ar office.
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- OtSnd ftapidn, la aaid c a n n t y r e l a t i v e to t h e d e p a r t
!N THESE TWO
PRODUCTS
SecMoa ti. All «>* iSinaaasa and
i ^ u a t y , oa or before t h e
HAVE T H E A N S W E R S TO
said f a a d a Ut any p a r t t h e r e o f ,
rrmrrr,—r*—r~—•
.>,• o r d i n a n c e I la confHct w i t h
t l b »Jay <4 ,\u«u«t, A Ii
laif
m*tm*
t . T h i s ovtbaaa^i SI:ov!) il> $*<*>**•• <>*»#. <•>( tlbis ordinance are
' « < H3KF MOTORING PROB*
atoi t h a t *at# ela£ina wtlji h« a«av4 t a k e i a m e d f a t a eflact,
£S S S
n a r e b f rannealed. '.:•
hy
and ss^oaiby m.\4 0 m m . a a
^eoUo.a 7. t h i s or din
e j bp Joi
O.,
Grj;-,,,:-..
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' ' , J u # ' h **V ot A u g u s t , «oop%(i«
ireas. -lohnaoo.
.Spaageak ! tdKv - «'*feet and he to force from^and
a d, ro p t e d Veaa,
iahnaoo
i,I
- <» t locg U\ t h e fort ,
a»
ft rev <. K*».ybti»n e nd j * '^er t h e 'nth day of April, 192&
on.
, AsNerva; Motion c»r/i:.-d,
j Moved bjr l-togera and ...aoonded by
I.if «V< A#*tt 4. I t s *
WlUtasu Cary, P r e s i d e n t j ^»yt»nra that; the '^rdlaaa^e be
v H Aedrua, Clerk ! ^ p t e * «s read. Yeaa,
Johnson
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P ® » * E 3,FSf,. SPARTA
JNMPI
Probate
ti Bran c h a r d f
OR R . E 8 T crrr e j c h a n o e
- % * T s s . , ' r ^ * u r s r
" ~ k ^ ; ; z , t n . r r
April ^ «4
« . « « •
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s
of our b..s»,
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A. W. HILZEY
Auctioneer
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Jf You Own
i
a Car—
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VICTOR PETERSON
Auctioneer
Sparta Oil & Gas Co.
Mil Kit
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TEWS DEVIL
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w a v h ' Mr.^; ' o
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77;c Ok Batch Speaks
; yiEAH^ MOST a t V t f O A U x J
O U ' O t » G<r lOMT s .--Af , A ^ D
- t W ? « » W'-iMT t H*S> MAulSOl
C * * Awf e o o A W v r r r e o MJCTHI-
»AOMM \U «H»Jf OANS VJHEU
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T B E
- 4U-I.KAT>ER,
SPARTA,
MICH.
)
"TIRED"
SCHOOL NOTES
MRS. SHANGIXS WRITES
——o—FROM WAY OUT WEST |
T h o following new p u p i l s e n t e r e d
" T h e Church of Gotod F t U o w a h l p "
If you want to live tn t h e kind of a School t h i s q u a r t e r : M a r j o r t e Oell a m a long d lata n e e f r o m home,
rose, Catnlile Bel rose. Orman l l e p i n church
dumb an
across <tbe Mlssippl, in n o u t h - e a a t e r n j
blind;
Stiff in ever
creaking joint, aud T h a t ' s tho kind of a c h u r c h you Htal, H u g h P e r r y , IOlmer Smit h, irerit town, S ' m e Hixty miles f r o m K e o k u k , ,
FetJerson, Manvel Benson.
like,
Urillh tt.'
f t again,
where t h e g r e a t river baa been bar |
Supt. h . Ij. Tyler of
Mm-k< ;on
f aaoihtif duy that You n e e d n ' t slip your c l o t h e s in a
T h e mor fling
Me. nd a n d nfade 10 t u r n wheels a n d I
Meigfliits will
at. t h e F t r m t
>re pain;
promim.«
grip
g
e n e r a t o r s of e l e c t r i c i t y for use in j
The tool* l 4 e up (.very day are And s t a r t 011 a long:, long hilBD.
T e a c h e r mooting Ttmaduy e v e n i n g ,
m a n y cftieK and t o w n s .
repulsive thihgs,
rough
You'll find e l s e w h e r e w h a t you left May fith. Mr. Tyler Is o n e otf tlie be: t
i i a v c bad a novel e j i p e r i e n c e la.
To burn «•• hanOs with blisters and
s p e a k e r s in ithe si ate on school ;nil>behind,
5
coming
i n t o ^ homo of r e l a t i v e s
| t o r t u r e ft
rfliUKt ;
>ects. 3D very
p a r e n t and
t.oai Her
For
thvre'rf
n
o
t
h
i
n
g
'Ihat'a
ir«**>Uy
b a c h ttu*k t o me in Ir
<ili
s h o u l d ihear him. An
xbibit
o; w h e r e j was a S t r a n g e r t o my a u n t ,
near;
jK'i. ..jHor bring* m
school work will be lire Id ^ t h i s n;t(I my u n d o had seen m e but e n c e
Days succeed 1 to drear.
ij A, but tf.'ti a knock at youraelf when you
when 1 waa but. f i f t e e n y e a r s o i l . I
time.
knock your c h u r c h ;
bring m< no 1 csp:t.<T h e E i g h t h g r a d e have r e m i t l y v\<mi red w h e t h e r uncle would reT h e s m i r k i n g f l o w e r s h».
ir i ore It Isn't your c h u r c h it h
1 o g n i t o mo, b u t t h e r e waa n o h e s l Heal c h u r c h e s a r e made by m a n not completed tthe s t u d y <o! l l o n r y W taitce, t h e r e c o g n i t i o n w«ui m u t u a l ,
seem but to lau^h x i,u ta'
Longfellow's
poem
" I ^ a u k Hih-."
And uoi)*! mo birds uwii. round and
afraid
They
have
boon
very
h»tor«• ird In aud 1 have spetit tihe *ime planned
round to f l a u i
th
i at \*ext ao me body else g e t s a t e a d ,
or p l e a s a n t l y . iVly u n c l e is m y mot h e c h a r act er isca tl 00 of t h e
m e;
When everybody work* «nul teohody
>her'.i oldest b r o t h e r , and a r e t i r e d
t a k e n u p lu tihe pmm. T h e 1
At va»jo u tuou-uuu o tr h e r s r i d e in
shirks
1 /'»• xt»t<.-rlan M i n i s t e r , o w n i n g t h e
been
luxury JUTJtfed,
You c a n value a c h u r c h f r o m tho tive passt ges cf • • o n hh
iortn<:f in nae <01 t h e P r e s b y t e r i a n
My d r e a r ? toil
t a k e n u p In d e t a i l In cIaks. Ji • u of
ju and 011 fond
dead!
v ' b u i i h w h e n hi& wag p a s t o r of tho
1 am 111 r<'palo ;
And if w h o a y<ou a r e Having your t h i s poom can be c o r r e l a t e d a i* h i huroh In 1&0S to 1912. Ily some
T o a n d tr<j 1 p l o tl and t
y, a jaded,
t h e early h i s t o r y of
t lo
t U. i
personal soul
s a v i n g in f o r m e r y c a i s , and h a v i n g
worn m a c h i n e .
s
t
a
t
e
s
,
d
u
r
i
n
g
t
h
e
colonial
i
^rujd
You
c
a
n
help
amve
your
n
e
i
g
h
b
o
r
s
t h o old a g e pension given fa that
My home i» e tmMi npt
aud dull
T h e cigbfli gradea f o u n d H i it r
to»>.
, uvytarw ls poor a
d e n . m i n tion, u n c l e and a u u t a r e
F a t i g u e stalk* v> itU m*
«r> where. Your c h u r c h will be w h a t you wiant l u t i n g t o t r a c e tnv
pleasantly t ituated
amidst
many
exiled people to the d i f f e r e n t pare
to see;
I elings lo me n i g h t a n d day,
frt*?ad», a n d in easy reach of m a n y
of tiiiK count! V. Tbijgr »• c Uttt;sW;ni;
I cannot shake ;t o f t nor drive t h e tt, l*n*t your c h u r o b , it's YOU.!!
oftherw.
taieiostod lu Nort b e i n ftlU btg t?i.
hateful thing * way;
.» y**ndiu.y Bii'iiitug W'S ene«t. to E a e b member of t h e el sa a e > w r o t e
! li.iv.
one . bout w l t b uncle and
And
t r a w l s to my -bed,
y
•
•.
<
hin4ri*.r
a
od
IIessago
of
••:::!
as
t»ppoiM.unity
o f f e r e d ; have
a com posit Sou on one oi il.c - 1 c
creeps 00 me u n a w a r e ,
S e r v i c e
1
I n h o o i . * r a c b muscle, cord an I n e r v e f>: j;, y:r» I t e f e r e m e ;iclt» 6. L to 7 . 6 0 . t o r t b r i n g i n g o u t t h e gx d a Ml batd b<»en to t h e college t o w n oor&h of
and I'-wvcy nie doddering t h e r e ;
here, F a i r f i e l d , which is In all resM r ' a ing \sor«hip at. 1 1 . 0 0 a. in. t r a i t s a n d how LortgfcU,,\\
A Slav* 1 am, a shackled serf. ! c h a f e l it I, o . O. F , «t S p a r t a will cele- veloped t h e p l o t a r o u n d • tk mar* p«.;ct.« a l i n e city of a b o u t 7,000 inand f r e t aud g r o a n .
baJ.oftxaat*.
Or.tu- t h e one h u a d r e d t b a n u l v e r - s o a m e n t i o n e d in t h e po» m
For ail my wear>
of tall, I've aar) of t h e i r organizaittoti on April
F o r t w o yearn t h e seven tb i^irade
io,it oji Mondiyy l a s t my u n d e r t o o k
little ot ray (
26h f 1925 by a t t e n d i n g d m r c h .
hay been ut ing ^IfruwfttVsj y Kn- u.nd a Jady f r h nd to K « k u k
O, I'm tired of i»f
•ed. uorested serratiort will be m a d e for the <"bd•»
4
A t e x t wbor« we w e r e s h o w n t h r u t h e g r e a t
glUb
'
%
H
e
d
g
e
<tnd
law
t h r u l o a f y>
w h i c h will be a c c o n i t M t t r d by th« bvM.'-b f n t a gntfd Sttbttfr r'-nrs
iw«wer plant wo well k n o w n . I crotmed
W e a r y when t h e
» done, a n d
itebefcea«,
t
h
e
siakn
organi*atioti
i
b
e
b
|
e^httAlUg
a
*ara^
P
^
'
t
r i»ig river a t B u r l i n g t o n , w h e r e
When * He nsear*;
Uy
tipcciai
r
e
q
u
e
s
t
t
h
e
fthoir
will
t
i
m
e
<»n
i«
a!
Kat-,!:
*
•
•
t • KIT'••am dtd n o i i m p r t w me s>
1 wonder how th * wot) i would look
r e p e a t t h e special a n t h e m so eftoct- e n d Kell.osg'« hook on dt-u,-;
L I B R A R Y I S A C TI V E
if 1 COUld Kl • , ^
t a ^ r b . bu< w h e n s looked shoot t h*
tun arise,
T h * *un tor once ia all toy tif#. with ir< ?> r e n d t r e d laat
Sunday.
T h e as the n 'W b»xk t a k e s up
^
{^ggt tlsrn * « 4 saw t h e riv»* un
fresh, u n t i r e d
Koli.-.m Uig
tt»- .«m. . ii r - j ^ w
V iine of i.ho addrean will be "Ttw Jt <»t o l Kb? Ush in ?oi.- :« . " - e o*.
Ided, a n d s o g r a u d i y oniving
T b e m u l t i t u d e *t | b
d 'Vliref U e k M l l*iBkst
h
e
C
a
r
n
e
g
t
e
P
u
b l i c L i b r a r y of wp ft r~
kie'K M ' v \ 0 UikiUS.
m
meaner U
br «4 W t t ^ u s i <'"U
'
a f t e r Its l> i n g e n c h a i n e d for a m<mt s , Michigan, t o r t h e year e n d i n g
w re of !«:• l><
Ml
n
loui.'!. Mrs. N. U s u i
i;i: v h a f t e r u M o a t4'.e r*wamiw;ee w- IMS
"
*"*»
f
r
u
i
t
s
K«w
nt.
t
h
o
v
T
began
to
realize
t
h
a
t
I
M a r c h 1st, 1925.
IT \i II
fiHaaee will ffteet a t X;|U.
c fttktl-j H| b •'• • n.< • r; *» V «
• * >" ';»'1 - ; v < looking on t h e river of our
««
T h e L i b r a r y has circulated 23, f o r ' '
IL Y.
V. at C 30. A title pro- nul story e n t M i c t ' J T o' Miu*e Jtav
< k> v,n to t h e
world. T h e 45U books and magazines d u r i n g the
ing car with low mileage ant
frrjt
t»»gram in being a r r a n g e d . Miss M^r- P a r t y " which r pi . :o.iv
'J
m • • m< i# n i n e bttettta of a mile wide. year. T h e f o l o w i n g n u m b e r were *; mu condition. New baatery
ie
i
ton
S
m
i
t
h
Wader.
d r a w n from etuEtb class
t h a t they can do a t t h i s tt
iig/it F o r reasonable terms
C O U l H i K l
O A U i A i l t
ma**?
Pblkwapfey
1*1
I A very I n t e r e s t i n g c v o a i n g a e r r t e e wrltttig,
upelUng,
puneK
-.ogg
Twyiur';;, t t i>. 4- ' M m
$gg
If - *
tteilgtoo
In
being
a
r
r
a
n
g
e
d
u
n
d
e
r
tUe
au*tvicew
eapitaUantiob.
a
n
d
correct
tt'*#
W e somc.tti
^•vpteeai at store or eaii rest
to ur. iit
% 1$
MMMglWgy'
j ot th** World Wide O n t M Uirls. T k e y
moOoe
' Perliapk t a ^ *rbtldr»:» d tai
' ,v
aud s o •U<A hit S
j *e i a .
| (Mat ur a i
tiJca
have secured Rw
J € AuMi* oi cjuirf sis ftiu«h te-t^.n<e^J
truth.
ine lbni'Idv*'*'•* nt>
I
m »e&in*i » v r u K jiAiJEr-—lUu
Useful A r t s
i^aasliiir 'frofu t h e St <«• !>• pyrmea?. m / o r m c r i y , y* t t a or Keg:1X4
g r e a t f«>n fl«i" 1jjii deeertbe w i t h o u t
Fine Aria
as "Miiteral Springe Faiu;,'
820
, <''For sale—
«d to gitre au I l l u s t r a t e d l e c t o r * ou t h e tlon is being vital!/ed aa-d
VHJ
eoltttnnit ngler being given L i t e r a t u r e
horaaii,
f a r m tools,
eown,
y
32«
tn tut Ui» nor
•ad World Outlook. Th»» wlU h r i n * ua t e r e s t l n g ih> t h a t t h e *>«».*<
h . r m a t i o b t h a n t b e g u i d e ca.n History
105 stock, bay grain, silage, tetee 1
t h a t ww lt?U
"U ; in a v t r y e f f e c t t r e m a n n o r a vision will c a r r y t b e f o r m s iot t.
in till? walk ln thk long T r a v e l
f 1' :baru, Kent City, c r F.
shuck*.' |
Biography
j of past *«so««a* aud f u t are
need. dny lives.
corr id or of tbti p l a n t .
HoUfrttt, S p a r t a .
C
u
r
r
e
n
t
Ma&-J*tr>'.'S
Ahou? n i n e t y
b e a u t i f u l l y colored
Sixth gra4«-rs atvx ver aI f*«f ^ lowa iJ'D be a g r e a t State. J u v e n i l e >ictu>e
our slidea will bring to us ttfui 0©31 of thu
fjNRUl a Jo<
>o-ii'aie'Si'f•••' ' A ^ / i i i t M i ^ f ' i s
til •*(>•»
«sted
in
w
h
a
t
we
a
r
e
r,
/! lie
m a n y p l e a s a n t f e a t u r e * Adult f l a t ton
fnui
,.•( w bungalow on Naeh »t .t
m a s t e r . Ixvok t'pon t b * Fie kit.
a filble C o n t e s t w b i ^ t
AreKSiilONS
t h e dwellerjj e i t h e r <n t h e f i n e
toult if the 1
1
or
a silver offering a iU lie tafcan
:he
D u r i n g the year 5&5 books hs*e ing of < rooms, b..th, pantry f |
pifvgress for someiiRi^. •
ialer
1M or in t'ie m a n y cities. But
T h e e& oriei
:
been
classified, f u l l y catalogued aud l a r p a hall. Strictly | m o d e r n j i
ki'-lo
t i i r t a i • »„ik ;4 tHv r pi «w»' ^ toil
tb*> guger.
g y e ^ e b<*-ve
KW
• i ge " Oi•d T i m e K e t l ^ o n / ' Michigan
added
to tbe Ik> k coliention. Of tiur>« b i s e m e n t , E, U. Beck with i
and I am
I t f r e gvwju^a
•'Iplb
;i *•;' -it <! - f o r
•1»
iftS
«<-r
and i'-ii purcb**»*» &>Flb.
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1
1
v gnu
' "t>OUiC U)
Tfeiw iwctjw*- Ita* iMr-'it f ' ^ e n tn J « b e r • 'iwwws.jf e'«w w * ' ^
- •. ••.•Jr-.i'Wv •
*r*a
S UA.il WUUU, B U ^
fcUeveaa $ of
jumvd «ttny o« #*r Kl«en?|n#
! redttej^ <are-.' gt^-v-e•• -l
ti t'-rwsia wbw w t l t ell. bseii'' gMasX tc
1
A 11
ytMiJf; ditid h a s ti-een
Uaa wuog—ail kiaU* of wi
a^prv-^a-t • So a d iswr
h^
'
a.*« id ' i (aty iliiwI t r i g t^agewNl 4 •'•
Mat
IMVV'W
•» • "
*"
CMruitv< to ••
cats
i
n
l ' f ...uiuber Yard. P h o n e t l
ed by all. t»ou*t mi** aeelag it.
t h o u ^ t s brought
't t
:?t
sun
.'
t j i t t a r ; ta May I s S t a'*-2
»»#.•••
lyhww •..<.•*
1
:
t iiK H O l ^ Vvi
T h e Anuiwil Meeting of t h e c h u r c h f r a n t rellgious «c»'vlee
• v | M a s . E. S H A N G L E S th U s o i l e d i<m h*v « b** O a * - . • * »
classified
anil
cat-iU-gu"
4
«'
*
be<*u
1
ana
e^»*
IbhNt. corner
will be held on T h u r s d a y April 30. llible r e a d i u g e , Hlbb v>:r^«
thli'
.—i—
•. ~rs
r
—
m
hen
m a l n d e r aro tree
tore d r e i:.;iu
ii»a»rd iu e«i?i
1925,
tiu«stli*r*e a n d a n s w e r s o»
FOH S \ I , K
10 S W A R M S OF HON- but a r e not completely catalogu* ; a n t l f t » « s 45ts» Abe*beU4y aM
bvouid
e
Hi** WU>:
Tlt^ BtbU a t e d y <0Sl
T h e whole C h u r c h family a r e reej i
• Hine Smith. 1» Stklte St., 107 volumes have boen worn out anu buy iu cipa. la. wimW
nftca
hafre a tlos j
cb FHdS:i
quetftod to m e a t in t W C|ur<-h n m * »
discarded.
F O R SALiE—100 BL."&• s L.»-e
MmtMs
\%z
J
T o t a l n u m b e r cf volumes
»«»«»»«., ot
»» all
#>'eiO)$#fir • aQubeb
n
6:jiu
p.
m.
for
a
IVt
L
Mk
pee's Barly a n d Kariy K->^ j
ut with
HMpnr M <
apw
classes i n c l u d i n g the Memorial Col- f
v«n
a
t
*tKN
g
u
^
n
r
Flense
'bring
e
a
t
s
a
n
d
s
i
l
v
e
r
w
a
r
e
.
q u i t a well,"
1 (»«*> an
U#es. 50 c bushel, delivered. W
l e c t i o n ; 4,107
wlu
' K N g ON tt.
H «
w ooder- Mtudo, IX'votion and B t w t m m Will t.iae t i m e on fttonday,
a a t*« J
taa^be were re bound at an ** BMMSbu
I",
iw
cord f o r c h u r c h HUeodan
well a' follow.
i u a t |io w
pi^e meers- pens*- of g b l . l t .
bki
\ A3K
KttH HAW. ' Wli
I ^ t ua m«ate t h i s t h e l a r g e s t a n d T w e n t y n»ember#. ot tk*
1
ItKUlSTKATlUNb
ml
mratt
wf
feiigto*
/• ?7beat g a t h e r i n g in tto* hii^ory <A t h e
t w i t h ag**3rt. N u m b e r of new r e g i t t r a t l o « e dnrd.
ie
gu ha* chirked |
i;il
l«»ti
1P^
^ 4
tng t h e year
c
h
u
r
c
h
.
St. I n q u i r e ol ti'
1
4>ria»> days. Hw •
up n g b t amai
2
jX
^ tt t*
j R. ^TtvVJ«N^,. l'a»s&r *4Si»4«
Total
n
u
m
b
e
r
of
persons
d
r
a
w
i
n
g
t
h
e
<Uy*
j
FtHt SALK I i' i
aays b
C v 1.1
753
**** ^
books
re.«ee«
a
r
e
g
e
t
j
*«tUug Um&!>
METHODIST CH J U C H
•flic loalikg
i-'
uirm
s are some very
tiag a i ^ r u t t
taik« -bout moth
iftt
rooms and git^swi wa-.a
The
L
i
b
r
a
r
y
txm
^
kind
of
a
trefet
for
thtr
.
^
r
u
.
lovely legs in ur to
a tbe aprlt
>1 t A. B u r g e d
O say, did you hear title m u s i c at
lowing g i f t a let wbttrb
uudi i "
C-K •....;!? ?
The F i f t h Grade
n
our
c
h
u
t
c
h
last
Sunday
Oh.
It.
r
a
i
n
i
.
1
p
r
e
<t
»
our
j^ppri
*
i%t.ton
Tuesday
T h i r e wa
1
Plant
iu tb«dt >
: •^A^rfeVl>^ MAN WITH t AI
t<# + jj. raf .-j m.-.-.m-v*' ii? '!' a a* «t-. t u i
BOOKS
looeU 011 ed aud yvu could not *;et o n t t hut
tcm
R e a d e r s T h e beat**
.sell complete line quality
J. W. S p a n g e n b e r g , Sr.
(ho musiv wa- j0">' l w | > a l f u l
e
quit
4
ss-a v-'g*f p a r e n t bit da
i'yiijm
tha t t v p e hui
atud
-cd;
drgw
A
r,
«.•
>«"
I
Tires
and Tubes. Exclusive
v
as Itope next Bund^y will b*r «icc
Dr. K a r l Ureiner.
says a pap*
y
i^ibg ?.., se'7 H. lgMiWigtta, They t o o n
t
a
r
y
.
Experience
mot necegtnr|
f
u
g
dh$>g?Nwa$
&••
*
•
•
C o m m u n i t y Bible Clats.
itirt a u y w
known
•«
wfeat tKey can do to protect them
cati be there
| r o « d of «**
1
!
a
r
y
$300.00
i
1 outh. bU$
M,rs. William B r a c k .
isrewtte wi'*
Z
else.
h* ?nOats of ilieir u s e f u l n e e a a n d t h e i r
fact t h o u g h , t n a t we H a a
'
;v 1
Rubber
Co.
Uverp».«»i„.
»»•
Higgtna Book Stwre.
< -,»Ht.?.»•••'** !•' # *
•• ' ''
iMMlUiifttl Hongs.
M
i c h i g a n Historical Society.
n w r i t e s In to crowd m spite of t h e r«4u. On'y
P O l i ^ k K N t •--T t M e w RiT LK.
Au am a
•HJIIV' I
S " » ^i5
'
t
isia
wt
ok
Mla-t
H
a
r
p
e
r
enrolled
s
1
e
a
n
s
iu
muaic.
a
r
e
9<»rry
.vou
had
to
mis»
it.
Paul
Miller.
ask vh<a
b o m s work *»•" \ v 'V • i '
! TINm uwtiuwL
Hi- -k
a n o t h e r r»ew pupil, b t s r j o r i e fbdrone
1 musical ourH i g h School Library.
^ u n d e y School a t 10; b e a, m.
Not fratbg ia •
I b i ^ t u nun'
y I 0X"»V" t
ivUki
ia
q
u
e
s
t
i
o
n
to
ftev
Lxmald B a b t .
d
?roj») M t i f t b g u f , Mich fgran. it b i s mak
Mtlvoa a»«» reli
S e r m o n at 11 00 a m
ii
and
r
e
p
o
r
t
in
f
S
p
l
Barred
Korka,
Parka
ti-overijment Frtntia-g
{ Kuow," he Maya,
Noble t>a>ut.
is»« a io.'tai enro41ment of 31 for t h e
E p w o r t h l*ea*ue
t 40 fc« ua.
pnptis wil! brHvir ^ " ' ' '
tvu.ut Aerit 20 to 2v, W > i
Studetmber t y m p a n y .
••it meuaa
••• grgflta
^.1
t . # v • ^
Iwf' H
Sermon a t 7:3*> P ' ? u
Mrs. M»Ty Millar Kw^CWM
»#*
fcdna K r b a r t g
AU i n f o r m a l g a t h e r i n g of mother*
a.^:.
'
f
b
i
s
j
Bell
pfbwne.
W<!
did
s
wwni
r
r
n
e
*ait«4
0$
i
uch t h a t j
O B. Watson.
W e SgMpreeWe fet
w/&s ?ield in t h e K i n d e r g a r t e n Wed
wi & ibaglli
as
I
m»t
pm
1
l i r a w u i i a m J0latbaw«y
e # r ^ w t e H e a • «•' g '
our ianty '
FOJt SALE—FOI R UK r l V
ucaday 1.0 dlscusa cost uages for the
v
.he
Mra C, A. Johnsonw
P0i
•
«
>
*
t h e i r lt*>iu» to 1? '• aer rlth h s i r pitve i t b e yea*HS M M *»• *
about great
*
t i m o t h y and clovrr hay. A
i Majr
>' p a r t y to be b*-d aesc
t i r a e * Follem
any mm. , » r^tisvea ua a lot of | tb-b itihl e t ha>U'
ropena.
English Wwsdi' t-W
j t a t o digger. Cheap if t a k e n a
m o n t h . l ~ i r y m^^ther gHuadA nanfc
emberriCJ^im u u 11 > ... our wife comes
eom>Lof
ua
t
b
u
n
n
b
t
.
T
b
e
Fo
t*r
t
b
O
r
e
d
*
Sen tinel-Leader.
iii»aeta
gen
UneL
Leader.
ix»king a r o u n d our office. , T h a n k
V'rotec- K i n d e r g a r t e n t h i b J a blue -?t oranr,We
will
ftw^ee
o
u
r
e
w
u
*
«
»
^
y
cetbjMNAed
tUetr
ji^>eter«
u
u
m
a
u
a
z
i
n
k
s
you bobbed hair.
F O s r m ^ r m r i r t &
were 1 ead* t o be worn on May l>«*y. T h e
*
typ*
night service* now wi'.b a sermow .Hiag T b r « e d4l*er*u«
P a r e n t - T e a c h e r Association.
with 1C feet posts : h*rf
j
m
e
g
t
i
n
g
closed
w
i
t
h
l
i
g
h
t
refreshM. K- C b u r c b
mgdie.. ^ b r • i t e f l g g g
1 HH
I
y fVaase. 41 you R v | » « 1 0 ^
both woruin® s a d • " « » ' » « ^
26
feet with 1« fewt
K - »* »i-.•nt- -< > v<Mi by t w o of tibe l>omestic
Baptist C b n r e b
b a m s are built c? wFU-e
d o n ' t r u a to u* to ?how your swell- t>»< nicr to «.< torn* aeptrta. W e abaH |>.:.ob, U^ieu.. M o b T w o W». M t t e e Oirie.
'?
tA
Church of
at Mallard,
her exclusively, - y d *r* '
ed up secrtK>n*i la t b e ffcrst piece our tH" Vff<rry happ> to
jwtf "Kl IHEfc Core C r e a t i n g a n d A. *l-a
ih+ *•%•'*#rttou
l^adiee
U
t
e
r
a
r
y
i
Into
iiyWiljtit aMQ t tMt u:oo4 h.-^ it was once of those asrrleea. W# r i U ait b e b» C a r e f u l ) MttcH
'*•
;
1 mi 1
>••• •
v ;.
', -v.. ii. beckWl
Jnand tben a s a t n we are n e i t h e r an
u p o n td>e c b i l d r e n tn g u t t i n g
.
\V WV 'sN'i
m m * mixture f o r
;
| M I ) , J> J> . V ?i , 1> I"
nor a booatert
G. w —^000^
. m a x•• w e l l , r s s w |>faettce w b a t they bav* l o a n e d - v.-t- j
Kvds,
W.
l^egtw^rns,
W .
GAS ON THE STOMACH
I>,;C and 4m'X
know
avything
Mr* M » u l o fttltaoo.
<Ut- pcwte>r*t
«
-0
CABD o r THAITK3
about swellinica
aA
Mtsa Nora Mitchell
r t h e l a t t e r on
Tile A d-fvisioe t e Ari?bm.,i
•.
: Jjnple b u c k t h o r n bark, rna.rit^
si>'
#
at,
B
l
o
w
n
.
Br.
Leghorns,
Buff
OrpUigta
tw
nsaint' <kmen very gweftb i s t^rseaed iu l e a n s - 1 him s u l p h . c p. g i y c t ^ l n e e t t .
jr<>r years our a i d t r i e n d tapster
a
We wl»U
t o tbtdtlt
Or ace I. B i A f , U l S t f l
Jersey Black Giants o t orgnr .
mixed
in
Adierika,
beige
any
etgn
b a s bee.u sleeping on a maUre*» f i l l - (rlafids. H e r . S»tev«*s*. i!«/«•nt
k.i-ad isMg beW t g m s V' atuie^a
>{«•»
d«<<
g a s t n itoosoerhg u
Hatchery*
v
ed w i t h etjrn t a s k s l a t e l y at a l> wordx, Mr. and Mr» 5r
•1
•
W A K T AD
toctanecties
wH'^ I
as? j« t e d e a \• <k-'i4-< T l
cal iiookw s a l s hie w i t s two.vf''
thy a sehtinkl-ijeaber
W
*««' I p«igte
uu r K' K a e t t e g
d»ite bed spring—
of for tt*.' m u s i c and
r e a l *«»p
< Mtsseit
eaue* A-^teKga is a««-b a n
«*
and a o i b e m M t - t b s l i b m d n e s a duvtait
Sa
I r d tiriM** tbe *
fb<a^ ftlich on ^
* e v a c u a o t
It is woo^hrftjg
atirbt l a t t e r N l b i s t^eiNivetaent •.
M<
tc< t v n t i^a*4^tn,~^4* «»fteu Wtwk >* i*»
n|F^. T
I m Mi
'
11 m. i.
A**
hskance and *' tlttsd out ot Wd
gttle are
**
,-•»•.••• b-tgiw and n w e f ipfipeg P|- *
fevtOlP-V
•
MrtpriUki
Kyfcvw •'»i4|avi-:i
Hr-s
F o r Y o u r
S p r i n g C r o p s
' • A-eb..
. v t; H«p4 V'^
VweVva 'h
Ib^bSela
»k«l
»ie
«•
I—
P';:" '
g o n « time «»r
S» Ue«n»fi«m
draw-a anil
"^fr
'"
• tiWkt
made a cra^fc
: r
w
MjrWfAJ
.
1es given l>y t b e
«"
we mlr'nt •
^
edle'ttUi!!* Vum
y 1. .' O'ST 'i'^1 • At #a tb« boob lets,
K"V. hooblr*. e-y.piai
>t * |
MVVl
2 > d g e r e<afcawt-s
^ f- , < 'aaw
How |j bStfey, l.Jv'i «, | « « a M a r g e s B a r s ef
pre>vri**ed for t»v« r '•
tw t M l ^ r o > ^ t w© ha#e
ujan ge^ : b*A:'
' e-': , n i
;
: vs
18
*»
feiwi
•aira
H'fienoc
gtn'<- tbrM "Ctr
a
"JadnceKt came over us. *
tben of work 1 t g draw?
v*
u»VP^
tam*
1
S p a r t a
C o - O p .
A s s o c i a t i o n
o»if liewetl
****
o f t e n t low.• for m e m o r y bee^a h^r bMig«*age ^u*' ^ ^ ^
>lsbag i r
I ' He sueeeta
itble
1
be
editor
r
ia
ln^. ar.d <•• • ' ? '
T b e Red Class regvutlsr I« « ^ y t r y i n g ever n e a r u:l t.kve»ugb S^ie dbPd t w a
awtnily maU. W ^ * '
.
tiail l k f i * a« ateocbtt h e yearn a*«
aom^
**ftea are
»f
'
t o «ay
I
t
*
.,,4 e i t ^
»H Stouee
H:
>•, lae big
Sadly mlsswd
48FI1
•MjtWr t^~'' a K
tiNr*e la •» "w,»r * " , v
-, - by a.ll
vr>|,^>
K,
HfriSK
A
M-,
V
•w.f'vJith
t
o
m< n ou'"
|»»«r »
u It r . •
\
just
T y p e w riter rlbb4MM aY t b t t t l i *
K V-x.SAK C I T Y . MO.
In I p a moaiR ->f t u l n
•
pay r«a^
y '• 5
4
^ ^ i:;nMPRln | b e n d e r ofcee
jeHlRe t h e second gtrndr « ?•':- •' •
• _
awkward ^war
time w e try t o b e Knew*
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
o—-—
I'm tired of being tired, I ' m weary of
p i e ceamic
rind,
Th ,«?. tlras me id holds me deaf and
HUDSON SALES AND SERVICE
Firestone Tires
Oldfieid Tires
Storage Batteries
Genuine Ford Parts
Accessories
General Repairing and Real
Frank Gillett Harvey Stebbins
WantAds
> ' .»
m
Q
oitto, dvar *
m
•-
preaeut. m
alao 1 vaes^ut
Mlg Cotter*• a'
u«ii, rw
mv
13
N. S , Grand Has
afternoon **
{•: •
omce.
rlr ;• be^i
ittnvle in i^e ^a^aeruc sad tt was fto*
M KW aFAFEftS
b#re J ati ?
*
w*.r« - * • Wli
rtrtu INr^egu.
*U» c v ClM'k.
•litI e . <.t
ic*
'hand.
ta please
anrerisn j
rets. Tbe Tit*
u
Gall
S t o n e s
Darling s High Grade Ferti
F*r Sale By
*U'f> • • ^
* f
Jacob Spangenberg, Secretary
Phoo*
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