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Cbc Sure llcnbcrncr: paw paw, Web. JttfraE, ct. 13.1905.
5 THE GRANGE. Ll.;, t l by 1.. i:i h. Tium1.v, Ojtob-.T was the day up pointed for tlit annual ( Jriing' '(invention to elect delegates to the stut" (irange, and aUo tin day fur the annual meetiig of Van Unren county Pomona: but on account of a misunderstanding I u t few members were prent. Delegates from five grangi-s were present and elected. Brother .Stephen Nah a nil ister Flora Nash, members of Waverly (irange, as delegates from tiie ea-,t district, which includes Woodman, Waverly, (ilendale, Paw Paw ar.d Decatur liranges. Brother J. F. Becker and sifter Levancha M. Becker, members of IVrlamont (irange were elected debates for the west dis trict, which includes Hamilton, Bee Hive, Lawrence, Bai gor, a nil flerlamont Granges. Pomona grange was called to order and a recesstaken till Saturday, October 14. All fifth decree members are urged to be present. Brother J. F Bicker, master of Berla mont (irange, which was organized last spring, reports Berlaiuont Grange to be in a prosperous condition, with CO mem bers. There are eight live Granges in Van Bureu county and twosemi-dormantones. There should be 25 live Granges, and would be if farmers did Dot stand in their own light. The watchword of the present decade is "organization." The farmer alone seems unable to hear it. We attended (ilendale Grange Tues day evening, October 3, and can report a very good meeting. The program was well carried out, and a line supper was spread. In his last annua report, W. M. Hor tou says: ''The national Grange reaf firmed its demands for the adoption of a postal savings bank system, an amend-j inent to the constitution providing for! the election of United States senators by a direct vote of the people, strengthen ing national pure food laws, extending the privileges of the parcels post so that packages of at h-ast 1- pounds may be carried through the mails, the extension of market for farm produce equally with manufactured articles, enlargement of anti-trust laws, so as to clearly define what acts on the part of corporations would be clearly detrimental to public welfare, national aid to improve public highways." How would this program do for your next meeting? Music by Grange. Talk on the influence of the Grange, by W. lecturer. 142, by some member who is a school teacher. Discussion. Instrumental music. 2T short newspaper clippings by as many members; clippings to be selected by W. L. Discussion: Does the farmer's wife contribute as much, as her husband to their prosperity':1 Recitation. Music by Grange. All correspondence should be address ed to the editor of this department, and reach us not later than the Saturday be fore day of publication. w W. L., let us hear from you. This col umn is )ours; use it. Sore Throat or Mouth When the mouth or throat is irritated or diseased you have the common ailment of Sore Mouth or Sore Throat. If net quickly cured, yon are in danger of con tracting more serious or even fatal mala dies such as Croup, Quinsy, Tonsilitia or Diphtheria. Nothing in thj world w ill cure Sore Throat or Sore Mouth so quickly, sj surely as TONSILINU because TONSIL I.NIi is tha one remedy especially maJe for that purpose. It has never failed. .?, You'll need TONS1LINU one cf these dajs, or some niht when the drug store is closed better hava a bottle ready at home when you need it most. 23 and oO cents. I'Uo Ton.-liJ'jv. . C'autKii, oUlo. One Room for Family. The working ela-s's In Mexico are for tlii- n.ot p;'it content with one room for a family, a room In which the door !os duty for both window and chimney. Hunger Might Be Good ' Lesson. It would be an excellent thing for the softening of the hard hearts In this world, an almost complete euro for man's Inhumanity to man, If the heartless could be compelled to live en three or four meals and no more within the limits of a single week. It "would be especially beneficial to those who make the laws which make hun ger in such a hind as this possible. Wallace Hire in Chicago Journc. Womanly Beauty. This geneiathn has seen in a re markable fashion the results of pop ular expectation and general habits on physical development In the case of women. The number of tall and strong girls now is most striking; and equally so are the beauty and vitality cf many women who are past the fiftieth birthday. Illustrated London News. Dreadful Catastrophe. A Sullivan county farmer lost a cow In a peculiar manner last week. The animal In rummaging through a summer kitchen found and devoured an eld umbrella and sevr-ral rakes ol yeast. The yeast fermen'inr in the poor beast's stomach rais'i 1 the um brella and the cow died In great ng cny. New York World. Letter on a Collar. A linen collar has been put to strange use by a resident in fllouces ter, England. Upon clearing the letter tox at the postofllce there recently It 'was discovered that a letter had been written upon one side of a collar. It being properly stamped, the missive reached its destination. Personal. V. S. Steens of Lawrence called on Paw Pa.v friends Friday. Kev. II VV. Harvey and wif visited th ir daughter, Mi-s Fdith, at Kalatnaz-o last Saturday. Mrs. Martha limits of Marcellus spent two days last week at the home of Mrs. A. YV. Mu in ford. Percy Orton and wife of Glendale visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l II. j Liutterlield, Sunday. Don Taylor of Detroit earao hone last Friday, called here by the serious illness of his father. Mr. Jones of the Indestructible Post Co. was in town yesterday looking after the interests of that company. Dustin Thorpe of Zion City, III, is visiting at the home of Mrs. Martha Smith anil greeting his many old friends in Paw Paw. At the reception given (low Warner last Friday evening, over 1"0 of our people availed themselves of the oppor tunity of meeting Michigan's popular governor. Mr. and Mrs. Heckert, Mr. anil Mrs. M. L Decker, Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Kdson Woodman and Harry Showerman assisted the h osts in receiving. The governor expressed himself hs pleased with the cordial manner evinced by those meeting him, and re gretted very much his inability to prolong his stay. An important requisition case from Ohi o compelled him to leave early but he has promised to call again when he can stay longer with irs. Best Hos in France. In France the best brfed of hoes Is considered to the Crnonnais, which, often attains the weight of iif.O pounds in fifteen to eighteen month?; a prize pig weighed 703 pound? at the ape of ten months and twenty-five days. Nice and Nast) . Clarence, ared 1. had just t aV; -n a bite of a very lame but unusually sour apple. "draclous!" he exelalmed. "What an awful nice bad appl that Is." When Weeping Is Dangerous. A pretty woman In tears :u:v lie more or less attractive to some, but it never pays a homely woman to cry before a man. Somervllle Journal. Dead Mouse Caused Fatal Shock. An Fnclish woman who found a dead mou.-e In a bottle from which she had drunk a dass of ale was so shock ed that she died within a week. To Disinfect Dishes. Soda, in a 2 per cent solution, is recommended by Prof. Ksmarch of Cottlingen as the best means of disin fecting eating utensils. Domestic Note. Next to a pood cook the most im portant thing In your house Is to pet along with your wife Philadelphia Inquirer. Where Pretense Avails Not. Heaven and hell . . the two places where everybody has to drop pre tenses. John Oliver Hobbes. English Post Office Savings Banks. There are In England U.000 rot office savings banks. uroincrs mgn Sense of Duty. Alfred Towns, of Silverton, Ore., returned the other day from a trip In to the hills and t'old his brother Rob ert that he had shot two deer. Rob ert is a game warden and at once ar rested Alfred for shooting without a license, and Alfred served five davs in jail. Little Destitution in Japan. Real destitution is rarely seen in Japan. Though some of its inhabi tants are very poor, yet all seem to be fairly well fed. cloth d and housed and are of cleanly habits and rarely untidy. The Big Wind in Oregon. Port Oxford evidently is a very, windy place. A gentleman just from there reports that last week the wind blew a sheep up against a barn, about twenty feet from the ground, and held it there four days, until It starved to death. Drain (Ore.) Nonpareil. Announcement ! I have recently purchased the Paw Paw Mills and have made necessary repairs and now have it in operation. I solicit a share of the patronage of the people of Paw Paw and Van Burcn county, 1 have Flour and Mill Products of all kinds which you can order by telephone No. 104. The high' est market price paid for wheat. Respectfully, Eli Strong. H. J. DUNBAR, ..All Kinds of.. li Fio , 9 Ift Loses 10,000 Towels. Dunns the prosecution of a man who had stolen a towel belcnpin? to an Knplish railway company U was stated that In the last two years the company had lost K'V'O towels. The Theme cf Ccmedy. Married life Is the most frequent theme of comedy simply because it is the most hazardous enterprise in na ture. Thus saith a writer in the London Daily Chronicle. Finger-Print Identification. Identification by finger-print Is pen erally supposed to be quite a modern European detective device; but it ap pears that it was employed in Korea 1,200 years npo. Honeymccns. We do not hold with honeymoons. Great mu?t be the love that could bear up against the smashing blow of a second honeymoon. Saturday Review. Mine on Fire Many Years. A mine in Warwickshire, Kng., has been alight for years, and man is pow erless to check it. The blaze started in a seam of highly combustible coal, and the workings, which stretch under parts of Plrmlngham itself, are grad ually being burnt out. PLUMBING, TINNING and HEATING. Paw Paw, - Michigan, ( ij That Fashionable DRESSERS Are Wearing. Tho woman who wislios to suit her own individual tasto in selecting hor Winter Coat and to dress well on a moderate amount of money will surely he delighted with our garments. She eannot fail to find a style that is becoming to her for tho variety is broad. Iiecominness that is really tho se cret of tho k'ood dresser.. She selects a stylo that is suited to her particular type. Sho is careful to define the best lines of her figure ami hide the defects. She dresses to look her prettiest, wears tier clothes with grace, and has the delightful bearing of one who is well dressed. liroughton's Coats lend refinement and dignity of appearance to the women who wear them. There's grace and beauty in every line and perfect fit in every seam. They are truly beautiful garments. A few representative styles are shown here, but you must see them to fully realize their ex cellence. We will be glad to have you call soon buy any time. The new skirts ranging from 3 to 5 in man tailored effects are dressy and stylish. Our skirts lit well. The making is perfect. Every skirt is sewed, pressed, sponged and put together as skillfully as those that cost twice as much. Alterations are seldom needed in these garments. If we can't fit you we take your measure and make skirts to your order. GOLD STAMPS go with every pur chase large or small. Broughton A Gentleman. Whoever is honest, generous, cour teous, honorable nncl candid Is a true gentleman, whether learned or un learned, rich or poor. Lynn Item. Universal Approbation Impossible. Kdmund IJurke said: '"The very at tempt toward phasing everybody dis covers a temper always flashy and often false and insincere." Kill Man Slayer. A tigress in Burma that hnd a rec ord of having killed more than S('0 persons, was killed lately by two Ln-' glish engineers. Good for Old Blood, Too. Fresh air and freedom to run bents all tonics for young blood that ev. r the chemists concocted. New York World. Employment fcr Ex-Soldiers. During the last three years :bVS0 ex-soldiers have found permanent em ployment la Great Britain. Paper Dottles, Paper bottles were patented In Amerira In 18S3. Regret. Visitor I wUh to see your em ployer. Office Eoy I'm sorry to ray he's aot In. Vliltor Why axe you torry to say It? OQce Boy Because It roes agin me conscience to tell lies. What Count. Whether it is a soap you use, a perfume, a pow der, or a prescription. Most every soap will answer for cleansing soiled hands: not every soap, however, will leave your hands soft and impart that delicate look of refinement. Most every perfume will agreeably scent your clothing; not every perfume will leave a sense of delicacy, or establish for you an individuality. Most every Talcum powder will take away that "shiny" look from a freshly shaved face; not every powder will nourish the skin, will preserve it. Whether 'tis soap, whether 'tis perfume, powder or a prescription CHARLKS is authority. We are masters of our craft; we can advise you. 0 HERE! HERE! W E HAVE THE GOODS Cloaks, Furs, Suits, Skirts, Shirtwaists. Child ren's Cloaks, Caps, etc. Millinery, Tailored Hats, Suit Hats, Trimmed Hats, Hats made to order. WH GUARANTEE our entire stock to be NEW AND UP-TO-DATE. PRICKS RIGHT. CALL OJ: US 'BEFORE YOU HUY. r tPj SANGER 8c GADINER IN THE OLD POSTOFFICE BUILDING .AVERY Delayed shipments now in and ready for inspection. Have suffered Krat annoyance in non-arrival of ,'oods, both in July arul August. Ladies' and children's coats in newest designs, furs in a wide racge of styles at all prices. Do not overlook an inspection of ahovo lines. A new line of carpets, rus, linoleums and mnttinus. DOxUO rugs OSc and up; carpets 10c and up; matting 12.,'c and up. Crawford and James Means shoes for men, ItadclilT and Tappan shoes for ladies and children; a complete new line. Fine dress goods and silks in tho vary latest designs. Special yard wide black taffeta silk 7."c, !3c and up; new tennis tlanncls lc, oc and up; apron check ginghams 1c; prints 1c up; silkolines Ic up; 50e corsets at OSc; W. U. corsets a full line. Underwear, hosiery and gloves. Special in hemmed napkins "e each. New line of trimmings, fancy goods and no tions at bargain prices. Our bargain counter is overflowing with good things. Save your money. Make your purchases at AVERY's.