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7 I FROM -I- " " 11 m NEIGHBORING TOWNS. INTERESTING ITEMS OF NEWS GATHERED BY OUR CORPS OF CORRESPONDENTS. La cot a. A Hie ("lark ha i;oiie to New York. Miss Uaithel is here isitiu- her brother. Will Myers and family have, a new piano. Mrs. Kd. Williams is to Illinois for a visit. It. A. Watson loaded nine cars of fruit out of here lust week. Hugh Myers is contemplating buildir.ij a dance hall in Lacota. Mrs. Woody from Douglass has beet; a guest of Mrs. Norwood. Benjamin Keid and son Hruest went to Chicago Friday night. Karl Squires has gone to Chicago to work for a commission tirm. Miss Lucy Porter and brother Lloyd went to Chicago Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Herni went on a pleasure trip last week Wednesday. Mrs. Chas. Clark and niece, Miss Inez, j have gone to Ohio for a mouth's visit. j Mark Hessey and Frank Graves were Grand Junction callers last Wednesday, j It is reported that Lacota is to have a j bank. The town is certainly booming. ( Alinda Phelps goes to Grand Junctiou every Saturday where she has a class in ! music. j Wade Burlingatne and Miss Bessie McCarthy spent Sunday at his home in Lawrence. i Mr. and Mrs.Morton Bates have rented ; their farm and are moving into their ; house at Lacota. Tter Motter. who has been working for Busr Slentz, has returned to his home j near Giugerbread. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lundeen of South Haven spent last week Sunday with O. j Jones and family. i George Dairy mple aud Burr Slentz have sold their hav baler to Mr. More; and partner from Casco. j The home mission society of the. Chris tian church will meet with Mrs. Gardner Thursday, October 12. U. W. Simpson has had the pleasure of visiting with a nephew and his wife from Seattle, Washington. M. N. Dilley was in Grand Junction last week helping Fred Stevens buy fruit to send to his tirm in Detroit. Will Wartield and Frank Sugars have been drawing brick for Ab. Geish, who will build a foundation under his house. C. Couutnman shipped ten cars of peaches and two of grapes out of here a , a week au'o to eastern and western points , Lewis iloa has gone west for his health. He contemplates oinn to Los Angeles, and will stop at Denver and other points. David Kooney cut 1337 shocks of corn that brought him 3i.03. Mr. Kooney thinks this breaks the record around here. F. V. Matz, who has been buying peaches in Benton Harbor and Covert, is buying here now and paying good prices, Thomas Price, who has been spending the summer with his daughter, Mrs. A. II. Phelpa, has returned to his home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson weut to Covert, Saturday, to attend the funeral of Mr Nelson's father, which was held there Sunday. Chas. and Pete Clark and George Pates rented V. W. Wenban's separator and threshed buckwheat for a few days. They used the Clark brothers engine. .The gleaners met Tuesday evening j October 3, and had a very nice time. Several selections were given for the good of the order, one of which was a poem composed by M. N. Dilley. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Simpson took a days vacation recently. They visited Mr. Simpson's two sisters in Pontiac, one sister in Franklin and one at Milford. They also took in one day of the fair and viaited Mr. Simpson's sister in Detroit. Mrs. II. Simpson had a birthday re cently and is the proud possessor of a beautiful china cup and saucer, a gift of one of Mr. Simpson's sisters. The 9et to which this belonged was used at a wed ding in England 2i" years ago. Her eon Charles remembered her with a solid silver spoon. Little Heleno presented grandma with a lovely china pitcher. Mrs. Simpson is pleased to be remembered as she grows old. "Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is the best remedy for that often fatal disease croup. Has been used with success in our family for eight years." Mrs. L. Whiteacre, ButTalcf, N. Y. Barnes District Y:. D. Talbot made, a trip to Chicago this week. II. (Irant made a business trip to Chicago last week. Mrs. Will Krdmau isvi-iting her niece, Mrs. Luella Vosburtf. at Kalamazoo. Mr. and Mrs. John Cleveland visited her sister, Mrs. Berdict, last Sunday. A largo number from this vicinity attended the Hamilton fair last Friday. Mis. Joseph Holland's sister of Iowa is visiting her. They have been visiting at lieutou Harbor. Now Cure For Cancer. All surface cancers are now known to be curable, by Buekleu's arnica salve. Jas. Walters, of DutVield, Va., writes: "I had a cancer ou my lip for years, that seemed incurable, till Bucklen'a arnica salvo healed it, and now it is i nerfectlv well." Guaranteed cure for cutd &m burns. 25c at Longwell Bros.' drug store. ' ui - Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Osborne entertained relatives from Sturgis last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett of Benton iftrbor were greeting old friends at the Hamilton fair. A number of Hamilton people attend ed the fair at Bentou Harbor last week. They report a good time. Mrs L(?wis Waldorf and sou Lloy d of Qsttnuo wero the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wooster, last week. The champion grape picker of this vitrinity is Mrs. Charles Duncombe, who picked h'j'l baskets in oue day, last week, in Lester Osborn's vineyard. Mrs. How land Place had a serious acci dent at the Hamilton fair. The carriage iu which she was driving through the grounds collided with aaother. She was thrown to the ground and her arm was fractured just above the wrist. In ternal injuries were sustained. The delightful weather, the presence of the Deeatur band, aud of Governer Warner and Mr. Lillie, and four or the thousand people out for a good time, conspired to make the 20th anuual Hamilton fair the greatest day the town i ship ever had. The number of exhibits ! was not large, but iu some classes the j quality was superior. Any way, the best show in the world is the people, and that j exhibit was full and complete. As a whole, it was an event to be long and I pleasantly remembered. Letter to Mr. Milton Coy, Paw Paw, Mich. Dear Sir: Mr Frank Robinson, Titus ville, Pa, bought Devoe with a good deal of feeliug agaiustthe whole tribe of mixed paints. Our agents there, Messrs Kernochan &, Co, got him to do it. He says: I am more than pleased with the job. I had one-third of the uaint left-over. I know of several other jobs, a jear old or more, painted with Devoe, that are wearing well. What a pity we have to all go through the same school, to tlnd out what paint to put on a house! Experience teaches. Isn't there any easier way to learn? Yours truly F VV Devoe & Co New York and Chicago P. S. G. V. Tyler & Co. sell our paint Waverly. Mrs. Chas. Thayer is very low of cancer. Dogs have been killing Ed. Stowmau's sheep. This week will finish the fruit business for this section. Byron Adams and Geo. Rich attended couuty (irange, October 3. Glendale school has 17 names on the roll, and more pupils coming. The township has just finished laying out 7.") in tilling the sink hole in the road passing Round lake. D. B. Horton, who has been staying out in the country for his health, has re turned to Kalamazoo much improved. H. B. Allen has just completed a cement silo. It is fortued from cement blocks put together in asphalt and bound wiih iron hoops. Some of our farmers are digging their potatoes and hauling them direct to the market, at 40cents per bushel. Potatoes are a light crop. Mrs. Jennie Douglass and her daughter Marv of Petoskey, who visited at tho home of James Shears last week, have returned home. Regular services at the M. E. church at Glendale next Sunday, at 2:130 o'clock. Rev. Mr. .Brown, who has just arrived on this circuit, will preach. Come out and hear him. . Bloommdale. Born, Mouda, October 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Dalbert Kitteuhuus', a son. Perry Hincklny afut to Xt. Vernon, Ohio, la-t wotit to attend school. Forbes Allen and M. C. Maston attend ed the reuniou iu Jackson last week. Miss Mary Miller eutertained her friend Miss Millie Reynolds of Bangor, the pat week. H. J. Peck attended the southern Michigan state fair in Beutou Harbor last week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. William Fields, Saturday, September .'JO, a daughter; weight 10 pounds. Miss Blanch Siggiusof Graud Junction was a giiost at Egbert Cooley's last Saturdav aud Sunday. Ueed Sirrine aud daughter, Mrs. Fish, of Paw Paw were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. J. T. Robinson Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. M. L. Decker of Paw Paw were callers at the homo of William Harrison, last Wednesday. Mrs. M. T. Bruce, who has been sick the past thee weeks, is slowly improving although still confined to her bed. Miss Agnes Kingsley was called to Pomeroy last week to attend the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. W.'L. Collins. Miss Alpha Tedrow 9pent a few days iu Kalamazoo the past week. Her sister, Mrs. Floreuce Bishop, accompained her honie for a few weeks visit. Miss Lena Babcock left for Mississippi last Wednesday, where she will teach the coming year, or ' until the close of the yellow fever epidemic in New Orleans, La. Mrs. Cordelia Sherwood and Mrs. C. H. Miller of Bloomingdale aud a Udy from Cheshire were guests of Mrs. ueo. Broughton at Maple Grove farm, north west of this village, last Friday. Plans to Get Rich Are often frustrated by sudden break down, due to dyspepsia or constipation. Urace up ami take Dr. King's new life pills. They take out the materials which are clogging your energies and grve you a new start. Cure headache and dizziness too. At Long well Bros.' drug store: tijc, guaranteed. ni Geneva, Chas. Squain and Emory Grove are in Chicago this week. George Egelus was severely injured by a colt last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pugsley of Mattawan were visiting Geo. Egelus this week. Mr. Price, who speut the summer with i his daughter, Mrs. .Archie Phelps, has returned to Chicago. Norton Hates has moved to Lacota. His two sons, Fred and James, will work tho fArm the nnriiintr vear. I Arthur Reeves aud Miss Alida Coun selor were married last week at the bride's home in South Haven. Their mai y friends wish them a long and happy life. Full of Tragic Meaning Are these lines from J. H. Simmons, of Casey, la. Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes: "I had a fearful cough, that disturbed my night's rest. I tried every thing, but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr. King's new discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, which completely cured me." Instantly relieves and permanently cure all throat and luug diseases; prevents grippe and pneumonia: at Longwell Bros.'druggi9ts; guaranteed; C0c and J1.00. Trial bottle free. Gliddenburg. Nathan Hulbert is recovering from an attack of appendicitis. Euos Covey of Goblevillo is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Eben Smith of South Haven was call ing on friends here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morrison of Kalkaska are the guests of Dennis Niles and other friends here. Little Mina Parker fell and broke her arm last Friday. Dr. Hovt was called and reduced the fracture. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith were in Kalamazoo over Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Bartou. Miss Lura Obermeyer is in Chicago, where she expects to secure a position and remain during tho winter. Don't Borrow Trouble. It is a bad habit to borrow anything, but the worst thing you can possibly borrow, is trouble. When sick, sore, heavy, weary and worn-out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia, biliousness, bright's disease, and similar iuternal disorders, don't sit down and brood over your symptoms, but tly for relief to electric bitters. Here you will tlnd sure and permanent forgotfulness of all your troubles, and your body will not be burdened by a load of debt disease. At Longwell Bros.' drug store. Price OJc. Guaranteed. m Berlamont Mrs. Reynolds ha gone to Chicago to spend the winter. Mrs. E J. Po,t i vi-iliug friends in Chicago this wek. BessLyster has goue to Grand Rap ids fur a short visit. Roland Bennett Ml for Leland, Miss , Saturday, October 1. Harley Anderson is working in Kala mazoo for J. O. Stoue. Mr. and Mrs. Beville returned to their home in Chicago last Saturday. Mrs. L. Auderson 'of Chicago is visit ing her mother, Mrs. Reiser. Mrs. N M. Taylor leftj last Saturday lor her homo in Memphis, Tenn, Mrs. Edgar Corniug went to Traverse City, Wednesday, to visit her son. "Mrs. Charles Hendricks left for her home in Memphis, l'euu., last week. Mrs. Smith has returned from Neway go, where she has been spending tho summer. Mrs. E. R. Bennett returned from Eau Claire, Wednesday. !Her sister, Mrsv N. M. Taylor, returned with her. II Mrs. M. H. Flanders has been spend ing a few days invGraud Juuction hercousiu, Mrs. Will Crou'so. with State of Ohio, city of Toledo, Lucas county, as. Frank J.-Cheney makes oath that he is seniorpartuer oftthe tiroi of F. J. Cheuey fc Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state afore said. and that said tirtu will pay the suui of ohehunreoTdollars for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by'the use oFRafra catarrh cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this tith day of December, A. D. 16St. (Seal.) A. W. GLEASON.T H" "'" Notary Public. Hall's catarrh cure is taken internally, aud acts; directly on tne blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J . C 11 EN E Y Sc. Co , Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists. IZz. r Take HaU'stamily pills for "constipatiom " ni3 " Mattawan. Little Mildred Coleman is gradually failing. Miss Margaret Breece spent Sunday with Miss Bockius. Miss Margaret Moore of Kalamazoo vlsitedTlTenn'Shelters.'.Saturday. Mr.;and Mrs. King Hunt and daughter of Montana returned home Monday.,. fcMr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Hosmer have rented Mr. Kipp's house for the winter. Miss Fanuie Bockius and Mary Murch vi-ited in Kalamazoo, Friday of last week. Mrs. Frank Hiser and little son Gleun of Watervliet are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wood. Jay Campbell has a positiou in Kala mazoo in the freight otlice, and will move there soon. Miss Mumford's class will give an elo- ' cutionary entertainment at the L. O. T. M. hall October 20. Admission 15 cents Makes Homely Women Pretty. No woman no matter how regular her features may be can be called pretty if hercomplexion is bad. Orino laxative fruit syrup aids digestion and clears sallow blotched complexion by stimulat ing the liver and bowels. Orino laxa tive fruit syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take. Remember the name Orino and re fuse to accept any substitute, Martin &, Showerman. m BreedsVille. Dance Friday night. Miss Nellie Luce of Berlamont is visit ing Rose Cassada. Henry Bailey has moved into the house just west of Mr. Lee's. j Henry Leathers and family have mov ed into Mrs. Jenning's house. Jut. Hulburt and wife of Grand Junc tion spent Sunday, with Breedsville friends. Ed. Fields, who has been visiting his mother for a few days, returned to Chi cago Monday. Mesdames R. F. Brown and LidaMea bon of Bangor were guests of Mrs. Frank Adams, Monday. Miss Flossie Rodeubaugh went to Ionia Friday to spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. Mae Truesdel. Mrs. Thompson, who bought part of Dr. Hoover's farm just north of town, will build a house there soon. John Hurlbut of Riverside has moved his goods into B. J. Robertson's house aud will spend tho winter here. Mrs. .Anna Carter returned to her home in Burnett, Ind., Monday. Her daughter, Mrs. McNiven, accompanied her as far as Benton Harbor. About 00 friends of A. M. Browu sur prised him Monday night, it bein? his UOth birthday. A beautiful easy chair was given him as a token of their esteem. Au iters To be sure, you are growing old. But why let everybody see it, in your gray hair? Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age. If you will Mair Vi only use Ayer's Hair Vigor, your gray hair will soon have all the deep, rich color of youth. Sold for CO years. " I urn now over M year o!. I. rm1 I liave a thick, Rlotny I of h-iir li.ttr wliirh m a wiiu1r to verv otie who e it. Ai.t not ;i gray hair in it. nil due to Ayer' lUtr Vi.'.r." MKS. 11. K. llfMlf. IJecid.i. .Minn. ?l.00 a bottle. A VEP. ro .I. Vi for White Hair mmtufi PHilipp Jaeger, KstablishedlsOJ. Stalin 1 & 3 Fulton St., Wholntl. Market. CHICAGO. This h oae of the moi cspieious and convenient ly located lioues ou this market. Consignments of dressed lion, veal, poultry, etc., solicited. Cold storage free. CURES WHERE ALL ELSE f AILS. Best Courfti Hjrup. Tanta it-xl. Use in tlrn. 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It relieves Teething Troubles, "iircs Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach ami IJoweN, giving heathy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The 3lothcrs Friend. The Kind You Haye Always Bought Bears In Use For wr etNTiuM dtfMNNT, tt Timothy May T ' Li , t. it.. . f II i-iiisuurjii is uic ucst. marKei in the world for farm products We make a specialty of HAY AND GRAIN and solicit consignments and correspotider.ee Liberal ad vancemetits made on shipments. Write us.. Daniel McCaffreys ( iSoni Co, ritt4lurgh, Pa. REFERENCES Inrti-n ;;it. nank. u ,-t,li;ti ii :;t Link. KILL the COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS W,TH Dr. King's Ikvj OisGovery forC ONSUMPTION Price OUGHS and 50c & $1.00 Free Triai. IOLOS Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. Nasal CATARRH In all lta Bta?e8 there should be clettuiinesa. Ely's Cream Balm cleanses, noothe and heV.n the disevcl moaibr i i It pares catarrh arid dr .ve auy a co.d la tLe Leal ouiclily. Cream Balru Is placci Into the nostrils, spreads over the meaibraae and is absorbed. Relief Is Im mediate and a cure follows. It is not drna? does not produce eneezin;. Large Size, 50 centa at Drug gist of by nail . Trial Size, 10 cents f mall. ELY BUOTUEIW. 5d Warreu StreeU New Trlt Northerner .AND, Bouirhr lias borne the signa the Signature of Over 30 Years. Munnav btwc r, itw vo city.