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offer. My reduced pound a no exercise, safe and writes: treatment how It just as you reduced a feel fine. I weighed treatment You may what my me send Physician Desk K-407 K-407 K-407 IN LIFE How It Safety passing of life. forty-six forty-six forty-six of aga all the incident that heat nervousness, wa3 in run condition, was hard to do my Lydia E. Vegetable Compound as the which better since symptoms Mrs. M. Fremont, as heat PERSONAL Mark Smith, manager of the Korff Co., is in Detroit. Miss Elsie Besch, West Ottawa st., is visiting friends in Syracuse, N. T. Mrs. W. N. Isbell. Sycamore St., has returned from a northern Michi. gan trip. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Stabler and family of Detroit are visiting Lansing relatives. Mrs. Frank Servis, S22 South Pine st., who has been ill for two weeks in not gaining. Miss Elizabeth Madden and niece, Elizabeth Ann Donnelly, are visiting friends in Alma. George W. Campbell. West Franklin Franklin ave., has returned from a trip in northern Michigan. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mclntyre left Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. Mclntyre of Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fiedler, Holt, are visiting Mrs. Fiedler's sister, Mrs. A. H. McGilvary, Oscoda. Miss Neenah Kyes, 1125 Seymour ave.. has left to be the guest of friends in Marshall and at Gull lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoelzle, 1017 N'orth Pine St., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herman Monhke, St. Johns. Mrs. A. O. Bourassa and daughter, Lois, West Branch, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Kantlehner, Willow st. Miss Isabella Wilson, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Carlyle A. Gray, South Cedar St., has returned returned to her home in Traverse City. Miss Francelia Smith has made arrangements arrangements to enter Lake Forest University School of Music, Lake Forest, Forest, 111., this fall. She will specialize in piano and physical training. The average number of horses killed in Spanish bull fights every year exceeds 5,000, while from 1,-000 1,-000 1,-000 to 1,200 bulls are sacrificed. Friday evening. invited. WOMEN PEEKER .Special to The MORRICE, are living alone, sick are prowls around and looks in man has been and is a young oupation of a causing much resulted in a firearms among town. Soft Another lieen received and is being the farmers. Bees Bees are at blooms and this is excellent TEN PASS TEACHER Special to The CHARLOTTE, ladies passed, that took the rural school at the circuit house here, number to take years. Those M. Ely, Eaton Vleet, received second grade following eight, grade Lansing. R. 6: Nashville; ville, R. 1; M. Sun-field; Bernie Vermontville, R. 1; Dimondale, R. Grand Ledge; R. 2.