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The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 4

The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 4

Howell, Michigan
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f1? 9, mum HOWELL, MICH. Bradford Kellogg, Charlotte 12,0110 W. II. Meers Sou. llillxlale.

The lowest hid being nearly 2,000 more than the amount voted the committee were at a iss to decide on what course to pursue, hut finally concluded that in view of the exjiense already incurred in looking up PROBATE COURT. Is selling-solid gold, plain and band rings Estate of Wr C. Morjmu deceased. a desirable pattern, gitting plans and advertising for the bids the most economical plan would lie to go ahead with the struct lire, which they are satisfied will not only please tlie people of Livingston county in point of beauty and substantiality, but will astonish CMv them as to cost when they come to look it over. 1 onseipienlly theeontract wasaward ed to Myers Son.

of who are to furnish all material and turn it over to the. account of executor allowed. Estate of Joseph M. Clark deceased, annual account 'of administrator with ill annexed, presented ami hearing set for Saturday, June 25 at 10 a. m.

Estate of George 8. Jlmse, a nien'aly incompetent, annual of guardians allowed FLOWER In pursuance to the -nsi nn which ha been in practice with the Howell W.C.T..U. for some time, past, a number of ladies and gentlemen front How e'l went out to ti county house last Sunday alter noon for the annual committee ready for occupancy. There He has will tie 'no necessity for one dollar's extra exense as the plans are very elaborate and the sjweitieations very plain and exacting as to material to be -used throughout the building. The contractor is to put in all limiting I apparatus, a water tank, water pipes, paint Increased His Stock Of Solid' Gold, Gold Filled, Silver and Silver Ore tue ntrilding' inside and out and finally to complete the job in its various parts to tlie celebration of flower day.

A large company of Marion people were present and assisted in'making the day one of full satisfaction of the committee. The material used and the erection of the building will he under constant inspection of the architect, X. J. Mt. Clemens- WW pleasure to the county's unfortunate.

The meeting was under the charge of Miss Lee who has regular charge of the Bible class ta the county house each JSunday. Too much cannot he said in piaiseof her excellent w'o: v. into which God has led her. After the usuai exercises of each Sabbath short addresses were made by A. Riley Crittenden, Charles Curtis, Mrs.Gordou JUHfitUJn unti ngt on and others and Miss Sarah CriVA-wden, HERMAN CIIILDRENi'S DAY.

Children's day will be oliserved at tlie German church next Sunday, June 27 services us follows; Sermon to childreh and parents by Rev CIA. Thomas from Cleveland, Ohio, at 10 A. Regular Sunday school session at 12 noon; address to the bihool by Rev. Thomas Special children's day services in the Persons di'sirinr a watch ill find a large ami fine assortment to choose from, at juict GUARANTEED AS LOW AS in behalf of the T. U.

presenter! A GOOD ARTICLE CAN BE SOLD. lie is offeriim; a good I'OLLED CJIAIN chcaixu- flian over tuning at Jo clock, consisting in reci-tationstWLjjinging by tlie school iu both ei man andSLEnglish languages and address by Thomas The church will be dtwoWted. Everybody a boquet Of flow ers to each inmate. A large amount of reading matter which had been contributed was abio buted by the ladies. When we know-that some of the inmates have prized their flowers preseifled a year ago, so highly that they had preserved them until now, we can now begin to realize the amount of good accomplished; by the Flower Mission Department of the W.

C. T. U. Mr. and Mrs.

Calloway, who have charge of the county farm received ail ho were present as heir own guests and are doing all in their power to make our county house a pleasant home for its inmates bci'orc. tet his prifi'S on TEASPOONS STABLE SPOONS -'before purcliasing. As to is cormauy liivuBU. 1,1 WHAT ARE Sl'I'l'OSrrOKIES? A. d.

Rose from New London, writes Send me. two boxes of your Kemp' Pile Suppositories by mail. Our. druggist is out. They me fur a friend.

I without lieli; but the Suppositories cured me. The treat mentis new and within reacli of all. and woiiid advise the affected to give-them a tor sale in Howell by H. IT IS 80. That we are dally guaranteeing Kemp's Sarsaparilla to the people.

Aftertaklng Ihree-fourtlisof a bottle without relief we will refund tlie money. It is tin- greatest and best remedy on the market for cleansing the blood and urlv- lug you a new lease of life. A well known he boutrltt some at a reduction, this spring and can save you from 50-cts to $1.00 ori a clock. business man informs us he has gained pounds oil two bottles of this Sarsaparilla, Price 1-or sale by S. Pratt.

SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE. Allow a cough to run untill it gets beyond the reach of medicine. They often say. Oh it win wear away, but In inost cases it wears them a way.Could they be induced to successful medicine railed Kemp's Balsam, hich we sel' on a positive guarantee to thev would' Immediately see the excellent effect after takl ing the first dose. Price one aud tl.W Tria-sue free.S, Pratt.

TIIEIIO.MELIEST.MAN IN As well as the handsomest, and others lire nvited to call on S. Pratt and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs. a remedy that Is selling entirelv unon lt Th Jail Contract Let. On Thursday last the supervisors', committee on jail and sheriff's residence met as advertised to ojien and consider bids for the proposed structure. The bids for the iron work were first opened and run' as follows: Paulv Jail Ht.

Louis, Mo fi.oiio Vaufiorn Iron Worku, a.lou Detroit Safe Co 3,1 J. E. Holies Detroit, The bids of the general contractors, which includes the iron work and every item in the furnishing and construction of the building were then and were as follows: Collett, Detroit J. W. Wright, Howell, 12,187 Special attention given to repairing All work warrented at In the Corner Store.

jiierits and isguaranteed toeure and relieve all Chronic ami Acute toughs. Asthma, lironchitis pitaud Consumoii Price Su cents and 81..

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