03-27-1919 - Village of Pinckney

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03-27-1919 - Village of Pinckney

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TIMELY TOPICS

To be discussed at Pinck

ney Wednesday Evening,

April 2nd.

for the commissioned personnel ben-.

SKUNK

Had dinner and supper jat the British

Oflicers Club at Cologne, and brought*

a couple of little parceU up here from |

British headquarters at Cologne for the

chief of the British mission here in Skunks as high as $*.0q. Muskrats

Berlin, Major-General Sir Ewart. Col- $^.iiv>, price list.and how to catch every

ogne is the headquarters of the British | mink that comes up vour stream, free

Army of Occupation. . |-*Will buy one fur or l.oOO.OOU.uoO furs

3This is an awful looking letter, I I We have over 100 Pure Bred Chester}

The business men of Pinckney have know, but am in a hurry and am just White, Berkshire, O. I. C. and Duroc

made arrangements for a masa meeting putting it right through. Will write Red pigs, 12 weeks old, $15, two for >2."

to be held at the opera house on the more when I hear from you, and will Cross pigs $S.

above date for the benefit of the farmers

and all others in this vicinity who Gregory E. McCluskey

say "so long" for this time.

are interested in farming and thj good I'. S. Mil. Mission, Hahr PUP CO.

roads question.

Via brd Army, Coblenz

Mr. G. N. Grantham of the Michigan j Hotel Adlon, Berlin, Germany i jyj ap j e |_ > a n e Stock Farm

•Vgrieultural College, who U one of the j

iAremost soil experts in the State, will :

talk on farming problems and particularly

about the .-oil in this

vicinity and

f, ijW ;, ,., ;1 be male to produce more Sarah Wou.l flrown wasborn FAnru-

;eei m-tter crops at greater protit. • ary w, \^\) j M Canam.lagua C-jurAy,

*"p s. Dunks, eoui.ty agricultural _v PW V L .rk am! die 1 at her home in

:, r I* u;rn Mr Amvin Ban and Mr. ]>;,,,a : " i "-^il'

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OBITUARY

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bon§ Wearing Shoes

JUST ARRIVED

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GAHD OF THANKS

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Mr. M. b. Ibebio of Arr'h'p">n, '^eo

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SHO&S

Cn^rmburg ra-ver was m very artiv a •-••r ;•> an th ear army. ha\ingseen ae-

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; ' - aem l a;nn Tone n.nes

•aial in fact the line do v ' ya \Y.i- whoiQ taai -, • r a::"" • in tm-- v ,:r with Spun. A"

,;• h aaa i 'en rrn!"s to '• .- L a o •.

wire, trenches, vibagos with hardly a has added a capable secretary to Ae

'Add J. rlmery

r onf on the houses loft and everything working force

Saaath Lyon, Mich.

shows the result of some struggle. Am

'' .h S!-!fi\dnK Pdne young 1'ed Durham

Bali. F^e ; 'A•'O at timn of sar-

sending you some pictures of Cologne

with this loiter, and will not take time PINCKNEY Y. IV! C A. \ m". en-,a Campb")!.

or even try to toll you much about any

'DA S!-;R\']C:-; bi-gisfm-" i iio;?t.id;i

pirtofthe trip up tr.ere until I go' A nteeting was held m the town hail

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views of the Tuesday evening for th" rnmume of

irn-nna-Aa • b i) ;• Kn! A on cor da a.

starting the bail robing toward a "d , > v o. Ae ne K"" a A ' " niHil tO b"

Knine, and various buildings, ami a

branch here.

naul at time u

photo of the cathedral at Cologne,

Jad. idhambi

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about eight inches square. That is Lie-

mo ;ie acouired conanh-rahlf tmao-

vond my nescauptmn.

it is the most way from abo;;t thirty enthusiasts v.ho N. ()TV] , V ^,,,^^ WITH Sr,AL A.

gorgeous piece of architecture one we re unanimously of the opinion that ^ / Id nek ney Kxehange Hand.

-ould imagine. Was either going to , a -flourishing organization here would !

id. G. Lambertso:

Home or up here, and it turned out to ; ^ exactly what, is needed. i .. . .

this place. Ready, if I had my choice, ',

A committee has been appointed 1 p< )[> SKKYICK H»gi?torei

1'ola:

w h o wi:1 mf,pt

aon't l«iow which place 1 would take,

R - fl confer with the China boar. Fee, one dollar at time

though Home is perhap* more historical flinty aor-ret.pry and decide as to the ,,f Hervme. Kdward Speers ;

than Berlin, even with the centered in- ' beflt methods of organizing. ^rie mile w>st of

threat around here for the last four - I^t's givp it a boost. Finckney.

vears.

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Arn up here with the Prisow^s-- Com-' n i i i i i n r r\ r- TiUlf" i . __....._

rosin We eat, sleep and work n CHANGE UF T|!Vlt | CLOTHJNG

•be best hotel in Berlin, the Adlon. ' N cxt Sunday is the date s : aee,fiPd for;

Bring breakfast right up to your room* ' inn rnanro of time S*t vnnr eAiel-c, ' ^ . » u i * *i r> i

-., , ,- 'inccn^ngi oi u n* . c^ i \oor CDM.S vend the wearing apparel to the Rt-m

and our other meals arc served vu a , fnf, u nrr „1,,,. a an,i .,,, , nv ^ntkpr WIT 1 ,- t - -, i- * \- . . . .

,, ,, . , _, . i (>T)( nour an -. o an i t n;,ny nni ner r,o r ( ross for immediate shipment, to the

arnail room on this door. There are six nf Havlicrht in the evening 1 '.!*•*»•«

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fi dd clerks and »four or five orderlies r^^-

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And if you arc^oin.^ \o ne.cd shoes if will be. ^

to your interest to £et our prices

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North Lake

State of Michigan, the Probate Court

_. GREGORY

for the county of Livingston.

At a session of said Court, held in the

Highest Market Price Paid For

Li. W. Daniels made a business trip

Probate Office in the city of Howell in j

There will be two of the State Lee- j

to J ackaon. Friday.

said county on the eighteenth day of

turerd .apeak at the hall on Friday. I r^ g^ g^ O F* f^* I T I T ¥i V R I I T T F F?

March, A. D. LMtv | Klr-.er bull id had a tM/tabor: e installed

a. h:.- restdei.ee M. ..da; .

Farmer's Co-operative Association.

April Uh in the interest of forming a ! O V> V> ^¾, I VJ U L> * •* I , U U I I LJ 1V

Preaent: Hon. Eug^r • A stowm

Judge of Probate.

Mr. and Mr- Lee Be, . L.ftertau.L-d j Henry Howlett and Mrs. H. E. Mar-

Will receive same every week day

In the matter or the estate of

reiat,ves f r< • ':. Detrt e •r the we'v. | j h a 11 were Stock bridge visitors last

Thomas r/atran, dc-ecadt-e en :.

! Thursday.

F. J. Shields hm the

so-pn-: SiiMuic J|-.._ Luis Worder: was a week end

hia final actvu/t ^ L.^nit-r of sard , ^-:/::•••/ -or:.etii:. at home of Ov. j vi,i;or at Mimith.

F\\i\ S\-, ;u tliout -lras:i - • *ii 1 > 50 ets. per .-elting.

estate, u:v.i hi; •tioor. [jr^v '.- ; J; for the | j.\

Albert Koepcke of Chelsea was in

allowance met o a.

C. .'. airr.ei of A: : lowr: la-l Thursday.

It id orce:^: u.at lb., //in. da> of

-\rny trie Vet Bulks

the 1 0...- or" Mr. a:.: M. L. S. Wr.aiforenoon,

at said proeate olf.Lt-, be and

residence.

ran.

is hereby appointed :or examining a:.J

allowing buM a/count;

It i« fure.rr ordure:, tuat Pubh/ notice

thereof oe £iven by pun.nation, of

a copy of ims erd^r for three

successive week-; previa 3 to

Mi-..- Johar.r.a L ar.kr

da; at the home of M

Star.rieLi of Lyndon.

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Mr,. T.

Clarence Marshall will return to farm

life after Apnll 1st.

On Tuesday afternoon of last week | i'/ a. •' e.rculated

ir: - i.: count; ,

AI'LILT ha', e mo;eo to t:.f^i. i'.lga."., tn

t J„:1 Pir-,.:

Charlotte How- ! Si

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for the LXM::'.. • )^ L:'..r.g'•>:..•

At a sessi >• :•:' ,s^i•:. •.'oart ..-

Mr.-;, Jo-ephi.".e Abbott of Howell ; jp

Trobate Cn.c- r the ../. : . of H

' vi.-itea her niece, Mrs Fred Howlett j ig

South Iosco

fiaid county or: the tw' for a visit with his aunt >

It >B further oraere:. that public Lj Larain^s ! Mrs. Lillie Burden.

notice thereof be » : .v-r. b;r pubiictttor. I M„ ^., tt. u^,.u_„^ :, J:_^ H. K. Marshall and son Donald were

Mr^. Chas. Whitehead i^ spending

of a espy of U.p? orj-r tor three sue- j „

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v-eek with ; , u u _..''_ ^"_~. r ^'\'""I" I Stockbridge visiters Saturday.'

he; parents, L. T. Lam-

born ".->.

cessive weeks previous to said aay of

hearing in th- F:-••:kr»»y Di.*pa*ch. a

r^-.::*!®**!^!^^

Mrs. Bert P.iaden ha« returne: home

Mrs. Ella McMullen and daughter

Alice of Anderson visited at the Wm.

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Opening

The Latest In

Spring & Summer Styles

At Medium Prices

Friday and Saturday, Mar. 21-22

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jno/\ [ffj oi (^gjA^smi u;) 3-^3-^ ^,\\

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the Wat-.r,- brothers Sun fay.

["YrTeT.^S"''*'fr , RT,r.' HTDt»T^Trttn-Qi;ry"'unQ-'Dxiii-- •

' aay.

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Jester Cramer'^ brother of Detroit

is vtsitir.gr him this vee^k.

! Mrs. Ed Mecorney of Jackson spent ',

i the week end here with her parents. '

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Mrs. Lillie Burden returned from

Wright's Chapel

Fowlerville on Tuesday of last week.

She left her sister, Mrs. Wertmoreland

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better.

L.: Kitsu of D:tr >\t

is rr.iur* bis The MUses Nellie Denton and Dais y f

family to his farm h^re.

Howlett vUited Mrs. C. N. Bowen at j

Three auction ra!e-< i;-. this vicirity Detroit Friday and Saturday. 1^

thn week: March ..", Chas. Miller,: The rQof of the hou8e where Cari #

[March -•,. Geo. Parker. March -j7. Geo. . Bollinger lives caught lire Sunday J

Arnolu.

I morning but was soon put out by the "

To the Electors of the Mr-i. C. E. Dor.ohue and son Jack help of help of neighbors.

n , 1 1 - - \*" d M "' Harry ^ ^ VHltl ! at J '

J - ' M''- and Mrs. W. J. Buhl were dinner

Uounty ot Livingston: 1^^^1^30^. :guwlsSundayatlhejuiianBuhihome.j

Notice i= hereby gr.er. tnat at a • r, Mv ar:: Mri - Hu£fh Wa: ' d WCM ' kJ in Mrs. C. Swai Lhout who has been in !

meeting of the Boa- J . of Suj^rviaors of j L F jyviv iwlerville

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' ''-p -ct t: \: -:; frier-.'? WonncsCay t:ver ir.t;.

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Saturday afternoon Mothers' Day:

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THERE IS NOTHING equal to

Tablets for constipation.

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Chamberlain's

When the proper

dose is Liken their action is so ngreoabie"rind so

natu-al that you do not realize that it i^ the effect

of a medicine. These tablets Posse/,: ;- or .j c pronerties

that aid in es-ibb,-Lin- z v.;^-;] and reeular

action of th- hoM,p^; Chandu;rVd:f. Tr-i>U.ts have I

cured mmy ca-c-: ci'civordj ciT^i-nticn. I

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sunu..v at Rov Larimer's.


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For Ui* convenieuce of our retdeia

*/rains East

Trains Weal

?0. 46—7:^1 a. m. No. 47- 7:07 p. n

Ho. 4^-4:44 p. m. No. 4tf—9:53 a.u

Ann Arboi Rail road

North

Leaves Lakeland

South

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1° 06 P. M. Motor Car 1 £ J . P. M

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Drs. Sigler & Sigler \

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A. :iUi- pi' •fl) [•'. ;> alleiateii l< ,

i.l^iit. < driee on Main St.

ILMKNEY -;- MICHIGAN

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HOWELL,

A'ttorDfty a! Law

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pinckney

DippatcK

filtered at the Postoffice at Piuck

iile kuiwn

I >" J 1 j ing the foundation of the dis

• -.ise, giving tne patient (strength b>

uiii.ing up trie consitution and assist

ing nature in its work'. The proprietor.-

'iave so much faith in th.e curativ.

power of Hall's Catarrh Medicine tha 1

they offer Ur.e Hundred Dollars for

my cabe that it fails to cure. Send fo

list of testimonial:".

Address F. J. CHExN'EV & CO. To

; edo, (J^io. Sold oy all druggists. 7/:

HELP WANTED

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Skilled and tm- I

skilled Labor

GOOD WAGES

Factory, construction and

foundry help

There is a Job for you

now in Pontiac, Mich.

Manufacturer's

Association

38 South Saginaw st.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Briggs and Mrs. Lyle

Briggs were Pinckney callers Monday.

Mrs. Ona Campbell and son iiurrellj

visited Detfoit relatives last week. j

Mr. and Mrs. Will Devine of Webster

were Pinckney callers last Thursday.

Mrs. H. F. Sigler 'artended the nth

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COLORITE

Colors Old and

New Straw Hats

Make your ulcl hui new with a bottle ot Coluritc

Ea^y

to Apply

We have all culars including Old Ros*', Red

^agc- 'ireni, Jet Black, Burnt Straw. Lavender,

Navy Blue, Grey, Brown, Cadet Blue, Violet,

Yellow and Dull Black.

U. M. Ingersoll

> y a l C£tt*ilify I>i'ii«i" Store

Cash and highest price pafd for eggs and poultry delivered at the

poultry plant.

on Wednesdays.'

•HUM 1

Will'take in eggs"six days of the week and poultry

Soliciting vour patronage,

E. FARNAM

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Glasgow Brothers

Noted For Selling Good Goods Cheap

129 to 135 East Main St. JACKSON, MICH.

, -UBS "i l-:.:-£;^.*'^&'i^'F\±rzry-:$T:iz:?~-— .i-!'.: ^T*^S^?gy^^gT;!WS?55???gg^!W»Bg»^

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Pinckiidy

Exchange Bank

Doea a Conservative

ing Businesb.

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3 per cent

Bank

Paid on all Time Deposits

Pinckney

G. W. TEbrL^

Mich.

Prop

Hi Mr. and Mrs. James Docking who

have been visiting relatives in Newaygo

and Grand Rapids returned home last

Thursday.

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Mrs. Milton Randall hat' been visiting

relatives in Caro'and North Branch.

Mrs. John Uockmg visited at the

home of Mr. and Mrs. James Docking

la.-U Saturday.

Mr. Stephen G. Teeple died at hisrej-1 ^

Mrs. Patsy Kennedy was called to idence in Pinckney Monday and will be hi

! Detroit Monday 4 by the serious illness of buried Thursday. The obituary notice j fjl

I her granddaughter.

wdl appear in this paper next week. t 1?

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Miss Madeline Bowman spent the Wednesday evening April 2: The j T

| week end with Howell friends.

leaders for April of the Women's Home; .-..

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Missionary Society of the Congrega- j

I Mrs. Hrr.est Frost attended the I,', of

tional church will hold their meeting at!

| M. commencement exercises at Ann

the church commencing at 7:.;o aside

Arbor the first of last week.

from the main topic, "Inspiration for

j Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs, Alger Hall

Our Task" they promise a tine literary j ~-i

were Howell vi.-itors last Thursday. and musical program and trust that],

: Leo M"P.ks was home from Bay City every member will be present. 'Pey 1 '• •

', over Sunday.

also give a cordial invitation to every- '

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Loss lira.: aniHson , Russell were in o.ie to come. The usual monthly col-; •

Hnwel^Ui-•', Thursday.

election will be taken up. Mrs. Hat tie •

Mrs. Harry Lose and daughter Mai el ! S .varthout and Mrs. Jennie Barton are

of Ami Arbor .-cent Saturiay and Sun-

I the K aciers.

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Mrs. W. B. JJarrsw visited JacKson

relatives Monday.

visit­

Mrs. It. G. W T ebb was a Howell

or the first of the week.

Mrs. ('has. Smoyer of Akron, 0.,

was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. \

j Lead the first of the week. I ~:\

Jas. Smith was in Jackson Tuesday. |

SfKLNU

SHUWIIMJ

Of Wonderful Suits,

Dolmans Gapes

Serge and Silk Dresses

Many Kinds of Wearing Apparel

We have just received a shipment of handsome Oxhlood

Welt Oxfords in Kid and Calf.

bout lops.

In light gray, taupe and castor.

Also the latest in

You can have the late-t in footwear if you purchase

sonic

low shoes and boot lops. This make- an economical

combination. #

Our LYc Chee White Shoe 1 )res-ing and M;->on White

Shoe Polish are on sYe here. Also 72 inch brown.

black and gr^y -hue laces-

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AUCTIONEER

PINCKN&Y

An cxcc'pti' [wide

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Mrs. Ernest. Frost, Kev. Sutherlarn

edge of values, \cars (d success;u;

salesmanship, and conduUtudvo: ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ ^ ^

the specialty ol rural.aue; a .neei uu

PrGhi&UicrT

Fdited bv M. E. Sr

A. ii. Flu toft and Dr. Geo. Pearson j 1 [ !r .danger of this, proposed amendment

mane a business tri]) to Detroit, om

ana v* 0 rK as they have never worked

dav ia.-t w eok.

' before, April ^ win be one of the sadnd

Mrs. Millard Darrow ami s< n 1 dest days in the history of this Stat' . (

Mr. a

Paul aui returned to their home in Cmcmn- [ This is nut the cry of an alarmist, but^

atti M'»nda\ ^.,,. i a statement of sober fact. Too many.

on the side id s,ohru-!y ai'i' indifferent,

H^_. { ( ^ f, ^ ,^. , n , 1 ^1: • . \ e. 11 11 • a . ... a r . \: n A . a •. •. ., 1 ; nromding penalties \ ^njii g,. 0 t hat e\'ery dry vote, male FOLEY'S HONEY^IXR

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See that it It relievos those chronic coughs, usually

and fen air-. :.- registered.

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put out nothing hat A. L stock .. di ; day.

no sur».-ditu' ifign Their rem,tail,-) for | Marrh d •.; t:.' h 1 v- 0 -t assure H.

de-peraf

rronehi.-d in chnmc'or, find put* a

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is vat- • ! if you have e> cir.-y it to

cu - ^', \. \

sr-mking henaa^ roadn^ on a dry and

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•d the ••;

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f.'ckdng t!i'(.ja:, it raises phlegm easily.

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honest dealing is unexcelled.

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t.hipp'.d from Mi>r.roe wmild CMthrough

fresh as] it. w,,u! 1 be

..1 on ,, .ei.'i ,e War

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but a j Pi: --1-01,...

: ,,, c - own li- e -' d..

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short ti:::t (.:: ttie road. Wdl be ed'. Mo-, id ... s'.d- r ;v- ' lh\ il. V

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•- ' !:,;' -Aha- i: ar • ••

lis Fruits.

V^.u tt.it ! -\r\\ HOI.CN nn-.! Tur h*& Mopped

t« give ..urjtaLons on all ki.ids* oi' inn ler were An;. Ardor Monday.

: ; ". ir.ore e!V, .- t ,. 11' the vino arid "I :.dsa

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trees an . shruhber>'.

M:.-- i'aadre Swartho-'it and

\ i [e * S amend: ,< l.i ]> t •- it wid be a.,... !- tidy ot do • si 1 lulhdl."

F. S. Hurlbert

Hicks .-omit the weeK en i with .Jack. a. ross the ^ •om.try on April

"What did she say?"

Adv.

Pinckney, Mich.

"P.eCllUSe,'

relatL es.

thatMiehigau has re pudiated pr < da m

liked thG ^ tbwe a'iJ :d>o ihc uckiimi."

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PINCKNEY DISPATCH

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GOOD-BYE BACKACHE, KIDNEY

AND BLADDER TROUBLES

For centuries all over the world i

GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has afforded

relief iu thousands upou thousands

of cases of lame back, lumbugo,

sciatica, rheumutisin, gallstones, gravel

and all oilier affections of the kidneys,

liver, stomach, bladder and allied

organs, li acts quickly. It does

the work. It cleanses your kidneys

and purities the blood. It makes a

new man, a new woman, of you. It

frequently wards off attacks of the

dread and fatal diseases of the kidneys.

It often completely cures the

distressing diseases of the organs of

the body allied with the bladder and

kidneys. Bloody or cloudy urine, sediment,

ur "brickdust" indicate an unhealthy

condition.

Pq not delay a minute if your back

aches or you are sore across the loins

or have difficulty when urinating. Go

to your druggist at once and get i\

THE RIGHT WAY...

In all cases of

Distemper, Pinkeye, lnflu«

enza, Colds, etc.

of ell horses, brood mares, colts,

stallions, is to

"SPOHN THEM si

On their tongue or In the feed put

Kpohn's Liquid Compound. Give the

remedy to all of them. It acts on the

blood and glands. It routs the disease

by expelling the disease grerms. It wards

off the trouble no matter how they are

"exposed." Absolutely free from anything

1 Injurious. A child can safely take

It. Sold by drug-gists, harness dealers*

or sent express paid by the manufacturers.

Special Agent* Wanted.

box of imported GOLD MEDAL Haarlem

Oil Capsules. They are pleasuni

and eusy to take. Each capsule contains

about one dose of five drops.

Take them just like you would any

pill. Take a small swallow of water

if you want to. They dissolve in the

stomach, and the kidneys soak up*the

oil like a sponge does water. They

thoroughly cleanse and wash out the

bladder and kidneys and throw off the

inflammation which is the cause ot

the trouble. They will quickly relieve

those stiffened joints, that backache,

rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, gallstones,

gravel, "brickdust," etc. They

are an effective remedy for all diseases

of the bladder, kidney, liver,

stomach and allied organs. Your

druggist will cheerfully refund your

money if you are not satisfied after a

few days' use. Accept only the pure,

original GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil

Capsules. None other genuine.—Adv.

SPOHN MEDICAL CO., GOSHEN, IND., U. S. A.

THAT "LAST STRAW" AGAIN SPEECH APPEALED TO HIM

This Time It Meant Real Tragedy in

the Lives of Two Young and

Loving Mortals.

More or Less Good Reason Why List

ener Considered It Great

Oratorical Effort.

• "Ti's the hist straw!'' she exclaimed ' They are telling a good joke on Will

bitterly. • ' rpshaw. He was up the other day,

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KITCHEN

CABINET

Think of the Importance ot friendship

hi the education of man. It will

make a man hunoat; It will make hlui

a hero; it will make hirn a «a.lnt.

It la ihe state of the Juat draJlng wuh

the Juat, the rnasjruuitiiioua with the

ma&nanlinoua, the aincere wlrti the

sincere, man with man. -Thoieau.

GOOD THINGS FOR THE HOME

TABLE,

The value of wholesome food well

prepared and well aeusoued. cannot he

overestimated.

Verorf ique

Soup. — Add one

cupful of stewed

and strained tomatoes,

to which 1»

added one-eighth

teaspo o n f u 1 of

soda, to three cupful*

of veal broth. Thicken with one

and one-half table-spoonfuls each of

butter and flour cooked together; then

add one and one-half teaspoonfuls of

salt, a dash of cayenne, one-half cupful

of cooked rice, one and one-half

pimentoes- cut in strips, and one-fourth

cupful of heavy cream.

Rhubarb Tapioca Pudding.—Soak

two-thirds cupful of pearl tapioca

over night in cold water to cover.

Drain, put in a double boiler, add one

and one-fourth cupfuls of boiling water

and two-thirds tonspoonful of salt;

cook until the tapioca has absorbed the

water. Peel rhubarb and cut In onefourth

Inch pieces—there should be

three cupfuls; then sprinkle with onethird

cupful of sugar. Add to the

tapioca and cook until the tapioca is

transparent and rhubarb soft. Turn

into a serving dish and accompany

with sugar and thin cream.

Meat Loaf.—(nop one pound of veal

and two pounds of beef. Mix and*

add one cupful of bread crumbs, one

cupful of milk, one teaspoonful of

salt, one-eighth teaspoonful of pepper

and three eggs slightly beaten. Shape

In loaf, put in pan and lay across the

top six slices of fnt salt pork. Roast

one and one-half hours, basting every

feti minutes at first with one-half cupful

of hot water anoV the fnt in the

SK for. and be SURE

to set WRIGLEY'S.

It's in

a sealed package, but look

for the name-the Greatest

Name tn Goody-Land.

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"The Inst straw! she repented. \ ' ' 1 "' I »I'UIM.

lie shnflled his feet in embarrass- : While talking In the lobby to one

incur. i of these groups of forthcoming as-

Angrily sl u . shrugged herself to her I social es. ('ongressman Garrett of IIousfret.

Inn, Tex., passed, after salutations,

"I'm iroing!" she cried, "I would not : " I)i( l Y nU '•' v, ' t ' hear Garrett speak?"

siiiv here another -second, even for a asked Lpshaw of the members of his

inoinen:.

And she swept out, and there was

n.it hing left for him to do hut fellow,

L'foup.

"Yes," they nil chimed in.

"The mn-t tna-dcrlv address, the

"I didn't know il was the last straw. , most beautiful, smil-stirri tig address

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MtMnnw i (1 you notice the number, -ir?"

"Yes," said t h*e injured one. "It wa>

number GO."

•lust then another policeman, who

had seen the accident, came hurrying

up. and said :

"No. no: The number's 00. Thi<

gentleman was standing on hN bead

when he noticed It !" — Pitt-burgh

Chronicle-Telegraph.

DON'T DRUG KIDNEYS

RUB BACKACHE AWAY

"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"

"Bayer Cross

For Pain

on Tablets

Neuralgia

Earache

Toothache;

Colds

Grippe

Rheumatism

DOSE! "^ ^¾ • & M Lame Back

Adults can take ^K. B B &L -Neuritis

one or two genuine

"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"

with water. If necessary,

repeat dose three times

a day, after meals.

" Proved Safe By Millions"

Buy only the original "Bayer packages.'*

20 cent package—also larger Bayer packages.

Ask for and Insist Upon Only Genuine

"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"

Owned by Americans Entirely.

Aspirin i& the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidesttr of SalicyKcaciJ

An Immune Miscreant. Cute Is the Word.

"If you dig ;t jiit for your neighbor, Kwr wnteh a young thing trying to

you may fall into it yourself," re- he dignilied while wearing a new

niniked the man who remembers his >priug skirt'.' Awfully cute the way

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CLEANING UP SWAMP LANDS '^'rW.Sw^nto

A Large Shipment of

RUGS

ha< ju.-t been received this week which makes ehoiedee.; your

spring' rug about as ea-v a* i a fore lhe war

Colors and yaFenito

suit every

desire

0x12 Tapestry rugs

>2A 21, 71.70, :;>•'>

9x12 Velvet rugs . . . . . . F7L 37, :•;*.'

:exl2 Body Brussells rugs --- v* !

9x12 Axrninster rugs . . . .... $4S for highest quality

9x12 Wool and Fiber ruga . - $la.a(J and l>.5e

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tltlon and lessen the danger or injury

,,, the little pi^s, which often find

Undesirab.e Growth Should Be Burned ^ ^ ulJ r \ ht , UU rd a very con-

When Ground U Wet to Preserve

Plant Food.

1 (Prom the Failed butes liepartAtnt of METHODS FOR FEEDING CORN

f3

Agriculture,)

1¾ I Growlh which is to bo cleaned up on

3] | (swamp land or any soil eoniuinin{, r Hens Get Considerable Exercise When f

a

Fed on Cob—Supply in Dry

as lara;e amount of organic innuer should

Litter Satisfactory.

I be burned whi'ii lhe ground is wet, to

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3) i preveni ilie de.-a ruei hai of valuable

'3 plant f". K ui. When soils do hot CDII-

Hens ean lie fed corn on cob and

•j] ! tain a hirtro amount of orearbe inalfer aiil .^'i'un- eoh>iderabae eXenuse In i

£}i and H is the jnioniion to >eed in T 1 J«.- picking it off. Ian. lhe < , o).s should be |

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ril i ashes imiuedial.d.v aider lhe burnin.tr, picked oia heipa ally. Feed, na.; shelled j

^ too imieh emphasis cannot be placed corn in a deep, dry lULer is also u sal-!

upon lhe importance of gelling a iMaetorv way. ',

clenn burn. „ j


Their War Aims.

TO ARRANGE FARROWING PEN The Uoche was a typical wide fore-

• — " headed idoehe, with hl^r

hern-rimined

It Should Be Dry, Well Ventilated and spectacles and a lager rotundity. It

Free From Drafts—Guard Rail W;1S possibly that rotundity which had

Saves Pigs. ' prevented him getting a way with the

• ' others when thtt British troops seared

The farrowing pen should he dry, (lI1- llie Cennun l>any Unit was trying

1^x12 Colonial Rag ruga, . ---- - c-.-o |j WL.„ ventilated and free from drafts. u> cut th,, Ir wire< H e w u s a valuahle

And we have ruga to show you in fine patterns in large sizes ^*_ | l It is a good plan to provide the pen 1 ,,.^,,^ lou, lur he spoke Knglish like

as: lift. 3in. x 12, laxlSft. bin., 12x17 which are so hard to g | wiili a auard-raii made , of two by u miti' ve< j l e h. u j luH. I1? lu , l(' lld t i iem>

m moat.^tores.

§ I eight inch plau.ks, fastened with their a I)rulv SSor ol domain in Kngiand for

Congoleum rugs

I.\'12 at >"o SrK'daes aLuiinsi the Ade.s of The pea a many years.— C'apt. It. V. W. Kee^.

Also, Ox'.i, 7 1-2 x 'a and H ^3 ,

ft. :; in. by 10 1-2 rugs as well a^ small

sized rugs.

Good patterned carpets in pure wools

fa i

...-2/7 to 1.':." per yard UQ

Cotton and wool mixture.-* 7"" to •"..;-: ••:;

ADVERTISING FORC THEN VMUZ.

} ANN NEVNSPKP6RS,&UT THEM'S

NO excuse FCR SOCH STUNTS

ANN N\ofct, VSHTVA THIS heRE

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MAKE THE BRAIT: SODDEN-u-r.f'rr it,

: y covatcMit seak :.g .in beer, only half

act a,-a • >r.d you iaa.'t a being mora ak:n to

a are:,- than a ma:: Tractable? Yes--but

re.var acpcndaVat

Kri- vaE NO LONCFR hr!d a -eer ^.o.akfd

: '. a'^r up- as axana '-cs of-nnvhar."

•\:.:i-:K'ICAN GENERALS fourJ 'hat

;'.a. vac -.ra-nt car tl:t top sca\>f-r were

1 - ''y ' ' a- to do t;;eir prut and tab-' care

< ' 'da a^e :-,-. s --esp-cially if wounded --tlian

'. - . -'7a >r< w!;o had i're; 1 served To them

'>•' 'fra', ,-r. arbficial, momentary caairate.

IHuY i-.'VF-N TRY -the Salpon prop^gan-

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