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RECORD VOL. XXIV. NO. SO. ALMA, MICH.. KililiA Y. S KPT KM HKK 12. IW)2 WHObK NO. J2L'. FIRST STATE BUNK (Ifiiif (.Successors to W. 8. Tur.-k A Co. IUnker) ALMA. MU'HHiAN. A. W. WrlKht. Pres. Win S. Tun k. V-l'iv. Kijr lrt wHk r. Cashu-r C. O Ward. Assistant Csshl'T. Capital, f.W.OD FlMii.h1 1 Surplus, f I ixrj trvni'(l y01 General lUiiWIim llusWies Trmsnct. d. Baft-ty IK-ioit bour- for Kent The Alma State Savings Bank .a (1 115 1)1 avii ALMA, MICH. w Capital Stock. S25.000. Surplus. 1,500. William A. l.Hhlke. VnVt Danl 1.. M arrar J H. ijiM-hohirtw-rnVi lMcrll M)t V. K Hathawuy. V I rrt .In H. Ku. l lieu. W. Mcre, Cashier oto C rnrPns Atrroel Hot' t fMii.M' ri'' and a general tmi.kirK .uliiess t ran-otcn-d Hoilt-y l lOHII !- Hlf Ht l' IHl Without httiuiM. Haft t) ! jKirii I'.oi' i- to r. 1 1. Office. Bahlke Block. Alma PR. W. KELLY.. oDENTISTC rs Bost Tooth, S4.00, ? $6.00 and SS.OO por Sot. Filling and Preserving the Natural Teeth. . Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. OFFICE IN OPIR HOUSE BLOCK. ALMA. MICmI 1 moil pboiii- No Insurance Fire. Tornado. Plate Class and Accident writer in the Lest of old line American Companies nt lowest currant rate. HERBERT N. HAYES, Notary Public. All kinds of I.eal Tapers dtavMi. Pension Tapers executed. ...OFKICK... I'ollHfkv It -k. i: tn N . 1 I...!!- No. sfv " I Ht can 't 'iir . in ' enl nri-il. II lnsun-.!'' in m rood enij.ni.y rej pf . iit. I by in-, fail in stl U'f DR. F. 6. OLP. Ibuccfssort" Dr Purmortt DKNTIST Mouths which have een prev iously hard to tit with Artificial Teeth a specialty. Teeth extracted In the new FolUskj without pain. Mock Telephone No. 42. House DM. A Large Crowd Present to Assist in the Ceremonies. JUDGE HOOKER DELIVERED AN ELO QUENT ADDRESS A Perfect Day for the Occasion and Citizens from Every Corner of the County Made it a Success. march Miliunt and the uniformed com panies of the KuUhts of Pythias from Lansing and ()vvoho were pres-ut and with the Ithaca uniformed companies of the two order, together with the Alma, Oiaosso and Ithaca bands made h maitn fi'ent street pageant. Jude Hooker of th Supreme Court srielivered the principal address ami he spoke- at eonsidet able bnth upon judicial mat ters, dwelling upon the tact that the poorer class ofttitnes could not secure their just riKhfH in litigation from the fact of their not beicf? able to condu?t their case through a hitfhT court. Clrk .4- 1j$ "Pf v,', ; f lftte -rH:'-v '' .' V-T'' " '. i ' t ' . 1 1- w The Old 1870. From our Factory j fJ tojrouHicadJ- I 4igl fa r 3ut In the I2cw Tall Styles. Also the New Shapes in $2.00 Mats. Gratiot s Largest Exclusive Clothing House. Ciratiot county's hai'dst iijc ti v court , house was formally C.edic atMt at Ithnm ( lust Wtdi.t M'i'.v, Letwit r. Jtur ui o t houtund ( pie fn m cith r nt parts of , the county beu.p in atleniui.ee at the extrcises. Ihespciul Irani Irtm il; . si uth was lute in arnvii k into Ithn :i, milking it necces.-ary to pysfpi ne thf parade until 1 ::'o jn the aft mm, 'i I other exercises also necessaril. bew postponed until a later hour The parade was one of the prai. ever seen in the county I) tioit i ft Flint unifirtmd cmipaiiies of the of tj ui rnuie Court, C-ha-i. ('. Hopkins. wj-s irsrr, as also was Congress nil! lianrkl, Jtulpe Duboll, den l i mis ai.o Cel. I'rackett In tl"- ilrill f. i ft j ries, the I)t troit Ciii tot u pt ui n tir.t, Lansin: Company K of 1' , serond, and Flint Canton third. dr.it tot counr tiow h; as handsome ai.o c Mnpl-'tf ly xpuipped conrf house as t h. i -in tl!tjttc, one that our citi yi-ii re 1 j i ud of. The finishing of t)r- iii'ni' r t xtr tnely nice and th f titMsl H fs thronkhout aie all of the -nnn r r. r"w!W. KINCH i ...OFFICK .. NEW BAHLKK BLOCK Notary Public... J Pension Rttorney lH1.' General Insurance. $ RepresentinR the following companies: f zl;tna l;ire Hartford I'ire a renns lvania I'ire f Detroit V. & M. Fire Oeniuiii-Ameriran Fire North Untish Mercantile Fire f I.lovds l'late Class The' United States Health and T Accident of Saginaw, Mich. F The New 1902. i . i ! Or fill colli Opens St Address by Prof. A. P. Cook, A. M , in Chapel Sept. 17th at 8:45 a. m. GOOD j NEWS TOR THE PEOPLE. YCl'NG Alma Rollor Mills la always Good R lil White Wholesome Nutritious Conttf no more and it U tter than otlitT flour of the pame gi'ade. BRANDS: Alma (Patent). A read a (Straight). Hakera (Clear). Ask Your Grocor For It, TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY, Take Lazatife Iiromo Quinine Tablet!. All drnpRtsti refund the money tf it falli to cure. E. W. Orore'i lnature it on each box. 25o. U0t-ljr. Now For a Year of Hatd anJ Glorious Study. Daring th vacation s-ason hti follow UikT pills have b n lntd to the -o!U k.'e : 1 h Davis athletic liidd It uasbeKun i l fore the vacation rp-ij d, but it is j now about completed. It is the kjift of Mr Cliarb s II Davis of S ik'ii.aw who-e jiteytous bei:ef( tions uii unt to many ; thousands of doUni s j Mr A W. Wruht has t.rt f. rkiotten the Hall which he built and which U ar his nanif He has added a hurdo d floor to the cement fbsir in the kitchen, j and f lared a cement walk to the ea'-t of I the building and m frtint fr m the side walk to the stre t. Mrs Francis H-eid ha-il,eed a mkr mficdit case into the Hood Museum, in to whirh have been put the tare collec tion of coral" and shell winch (ould not b exhibited l-fore. hhe has nlso built a cement walk from the Museum to the Library Mr. Frank Hood hus sent "Th Deer Family" to the museum. The tuembers of the family are a buck, with sp'endid autlers that show the animal to be seven yeais of ape. He is standing kruard over the doe that reposes be-ide him and the speckled fawn that lies at her fot. Mr. John V H. 1'ierson of Stanton, Riven a thirty-five inch horso lau mower This tritt has special appronri atcness at th's time. The campus that now needs to te kept well cared for is about ten acres in fitent For thin pur pose something more than the baud mower is needed. Mr. IVrsori has been quick to see this and has supplied us with the needed instrument. His Excellency, (Jor. Bliss, has re membered our libraries. He rerently seut us his congressional library of four hundred volumes, bound in half calf and uniform in size. They will make a most valuable addition to American pol itical history, a department of thought in v ii.ch t n-rulit k"c has abundant ma ternil fur study. We krlndly say that tin l not tlie fiist time that trov. Miss Ins nown n-, appi eciutiou for the work none iiere He n:s helped in the patri otic wdik of eilinaiuii (aiban youths and si tidiiikr th-iii Ihh k to tlieir country belter fitted for trnir lite duties. The tmiti)sonian Intitution at Wash ir:Ktuu has sent us s.xty six specimens ot rare ti-hes preserved in ulcohol. A laiy v hose n ime must not now be published, promises to give .'."j.tHM) for lie b Iter eiioovMm-nt Ol the colli ge OU tr.e condition that n like amouut can be raided elsewlieie. Slie desires that the c lltr" shad have the mcomn Irom that fi.iiOMiiiHit ittniK f.Ki it is to be placed at interest 'Hie princuul tit be given tO the C' Il"ge ds SKII US HLOtheT fj.'i IHD i fon i. d. The follow ing are the new teachers at the college tor ttie ensuing vear : l'n.f. : H Harper-A." H , Uberlm college; a. M , Hnrvaru l"iiiver:ty ; I'll. H., I 'Diversity of Chicago. He Comes to the protessorship of Iiioogy and (Jeolo- ay- Mbs Helen L. Ct.flin tiraduate of the Lihraiy school of the l'oiviTiry of 111 inois; for eight years lit rariau at the public library in Auruia, 111 ; t special stud-nt in the Fnivt rsity of Chicago, de partment of Fnglish for two years She will have charge of 'lie libraries of the colleg during ttie yeur and deliver Some lectures. Miss Marv A. Hamilton Graduate of New York State Normal in ihe scientific and kiiKlergarf eu cours s; graduate of the Chauncy Hall schcol of Hoston ; three years kindergarten training teach er ana critic in Nature study and Lan guage of the State Normal school, i'latts burg, N. V. ; teacher for four years in public school. Miss Hamilton takes the principal-hip of the kindergarten train ing school of the college. Kdward D Fennel Four years tea'ch er in public M'h'Olsj live years teacher lu D-tioitHusiness University. Will take prmcipalship of the commercial school. Mabel (i Cobb, 13. K. Graduate of the scho'd of Flocutiou and Oratory, Fhil ad( lphia, 'a. ; five years teacher of elo cution. Will have charge of the school of elocution It is hoped that she will be induced to uudertake th physical training of the young ladies of the col lege Frof. Albert V. Cook, A. M. Supt. of schools at Ithaca for ten years. Will bo associate nrofessor in English and sec retary of the college. WANTED No. 1 bass wood, soft elm, black and white ash logs; also basswood bolts. For farther information, address The Uohmin Hkotiieuh Co., 1220-SOw Mt. i'leasant, Mich. ac Alma, Michigan, ooo New F a Sty! 0 0 0 ARRIVING DAILY. 1 A ) Latest creations, per feet models in ..Walking Skirts.. hir tni's. are bein packed from llm t c ilins wit li til' latet rodiu tinns from American and F(jn iurn MdN and Manufactnreis. No I)ry (iods and Shoe Iloiist- in the coiintv will b' lietter prepareo to supply the public demand with reliable, tybh jjoods. KverythiiiLr new and bright. When loukim; t'r the vei v latest ill r Dry Goods, Carpets, Curtains, Rugs, Skirts, Capes or Cloaks, call at our stores. :::::: F. E. POLLASKY, Alma, Mich Leading Dry Goods, Carpet and Shoe House. WE HAVE THE BEST-r ...Land Jolkr... made as the many in use in Gratiot county are proof. J. M. MONTIGEL, Machinist. Farm Implements, Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Harvesting Machinery, etc. See the Uew Calidonte Bean fiarvesterIeed no Repairs. t : t Alma, Michigan.