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WHAT IS COINC ON. J li timduy, August '44. 8 p. ui. l.O. Fwrcwlern. riltty, August '4ft. 1. of It. SttturdMy, August !iO. 8 p. in. I.. O. T. M. MoihImv. Au(iil '4H. 8:i)p. in.-M. V. of A. '1 ut mlay, Augunt 2W. 7:IWp. ui. 1. O. O. F. BUSINESS LOCALS. Keiuoaiit sale of wall paper at Con- uell Bros, this week. Ludif bicyclo and euU bicycle to excliante lor a horse. leo. nosey tut. Very latest tilings iu blreet hats at Mls li. K. Power 'a. Only $1.40 per cord for that wood at Kai l Yiuceiit & Co.'s. best Second-hand busies Knott's livery barn. for sale at Keiunant sale of wall Del I Hio.s. this w eek. pajM.T at Con See the line of new hats for early fall wear at Miss II. ;. I'ower s. U waiita cotl'ee that is tirt class. You can buy it .it Karl Vincent & Co.'s. Itointf to Chicago on the 1). (i. II. A, W. $.r 00 excursion, Sept. ftth. Tickets good until the Kith. Ask agents about it. 13t2 Lost Small plush shoulder cape le tween lieldin and Shaw s corners. Finder will please return to Hannek oflice. Mrs. Mason is now prepared to fur nish the Kacine slocking feet, also rubber collars, cuilx, and shirt fronts for ladies or gentlemen. Coing to Chicago on the 1). (J. It. & W. $."i.oo excursion, SepternUr ftthi Tickets good until the Kith. Ask agents about it. 1:U2 O. F. Webster can supply your coal anil wood as cheap as other dealers. Call on him. Me sells the celebrated Philadelphia Jt Reading Coal. Karl Vincent tV Co. large sale on Koyal Why? Because it is sold iu I ?elding. Try will want more. are having a lilue Salmon, the best ever a can and you Kemnant sale of wall nell Bros, this week. paper at Con- TAXKS NOW DUK. City taxes are now duo and may be paid at any time at the People's Sav ings bunk. W L. CusftKit, Treas. FKUJT KANS AT COST. Buy some kans, then buy what fruit you kan, thf n Kan all you kan, then eat all you kan't kau, for we kan not carry any kans over. Kakl VlN'CKNT & Co. MUSIC TKAC111NC. Miss Lena L. Leonard, teacher of singing iu its three branches: Voice Culture, expression and music reading; Harmony and Musical History, Pri vate or class instruction. HOUSKS FOlt SALK. One brick and three frame dwelling bouses all within the city limits. Will be sold at a considerable reduction in price and reasonable time allowed for the payment. Apply to William Pick ering. OMice at the Commercial Hank. The soothing and healiutr properties of Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy, its pleasant taste and prompt and perma nent cures, have made it a great favor ite with the people everywhere. For Bale b' Fisk Hangs, druggist, NOTION OF ( ONTUAC'J' LKTTINC. The board of education of the city of Hehling will receive sealed bids up to iioon Thursday, August 2."), Is9!, for the construction of a new school build ing in the city of Uelding. Plans and specifications may be seen at the store of Kobiuson it Hudson. The !oard re serves the right to reject any or all bids. Z. W. (Jooi)iMj. Director. SKALKD HIDS WANTKl). The board of education for the city of Holding will receive sealed bids for the Moating of the 1,000 in school bonds for the construction of a new school building in said city up to and including Friday, September H.r, ISlrtl. The terms of payment on said bonds will be .00 September Itf, WOli, and JfiOO annually thereafter until all are cancelled. The bonds are to draw live percent interest payable annually. Z. W. (J(K)UtN(I, Director. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dysjep fda because its ingredient are such that it can't help doing so. "The public cati rely upon it as a master remedy for all disorders arising from imperfect digestion." James M. Thom as, M. D., iu American Journal of Health, N. V. W. I. Henedlct. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure thoroughly digests food without aid from the stom ach, and at the same lime heals and restores the diseased digestive organs. It is the only remedy that does both of these things and can be relied ummi to permanently cure dyspepsia. W. I. Hen edict. lilU.lilXti MAhtUHTS. MKI.I.INO. Aug. 24, IV.i. Flour, V cwt. K-t:iil. " y cwt. patent. Corn Mctil, V cwt ' y ton Fred, cwt chop " y ton Ilran, TP ton MiiMllnvM, "M ton.... . Wlfiit, r'f pir ou white V u .... Hve. V Com, V tiu old Oats, bu new Hay. V ton Apple, V Mil Potatoes, on Ilfiin.i lu 'W7 imp. . , lleuns y bu. ''.ecrop. . JlutUT, V V.yy, V do Natfe, m haul. V ' Chickens, sprint, ChWkenH, old. V lt , .. a IK) 2 SO Hf 10 OU 85 IB IN) IS U) Irt id M 5 M & 3? (10 l 7 VO 2 (Xtffc t W) VCt W) ........... 7iR Hfi Ill5 l .......... ." 7Cf,H on (0 IW 4 SOo oh 06 7 XcM. TK cwt., dreed ft cwt., live 4 inxrti ft tm Beef, ewt.llve weight A tr,t 4 (i) W cwt.dreMmed. (HK(6 7 () ro -k, V cw t tlre-xed. . ., . halt Pork M at Ion, dressed, I.aiid Planter, ( ton C'Alclucd I'Uslcr, V bbl.. Iff 7 Hi) 5 ft) V 20 5 Local Brevities. ft Fisk Hangs went to Lansing Wed nesday. Abo C. Huff of (ireenvillo was in the city Monday. H. S. CampMl Is home this wee! from his trip. John Donovan is spending a few day at the northern resorts. Mrs. L. L. Holmes is visiting in d'rand Hapids this week. Twenty-one iicket9 bold herti for the Petoskey excursion Tuesday. Misses Minnie and Nellie McCounell have returned from their visit. Mrs. F. N. Holmes of Graud Rapid is spending two weeks in town. Mrs. W. A. Chave and Miss Lulu McKlroy went to Ionia Tuesday. Stanley Howard Is taking a few days outing at Springpot t and vicinity. J. C. Lewis' Si Plunkard Co. will be at the opera house September tith. Miss Mary Yost leaves today for a visit to friends in New York state. Mrs. John Crawford is entertaining Miss Ada Carious of Grand Haven. Miss hdith Mills of Ionia has Wen visiting with Mr. and Mrs.F.A. Fuller. Mrs. II. L VanHensehottMi is spend log a couple of weeks at her home in Collins. Jacob 11. Weaver and wife have gone to Cheboygan to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ives. Miss Gertie Sedore, of Grand Ledge, a niece of Fisk Hangs, is visiting here this week. Mrs. VV. M. Reynolds and sou Hoy is visiting at her old homo in Courtland for a week. Carlton White and family and Miss Zadio Wilson left for Chicago Satin day evening. rorman I'uiney auu wile of near XT ... - Wood's Corners are guests of friends iu town today. Mrs. K. H. Mudgo and daughter of Lyons is a guest of her brother, Clay ton Klmberly. Mrs. Nancy J. McLaughlin has re turned from Ionia where she has been pending a week. Miss Ina Stanton spent last week with relatives in Grand Rapids. She eturned Saturday. Mrs. K. R. Spencer and daughter Maude spent last week iu Grand Rap ids visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Smith euter- tained M. S. Hillman and wife of Jreenville Sunday. Miss Kdna Wise is visiting Miss Inez Earle. in Lansing. Miss Karle is to bo married October 18th. Miss Addle Warren left Tuesday for Orchard Lako to attend the Raotlst assembly in session there. . Fuhrman and wife have been in Howard City this week attending the reuuion and visiting friends. Therewere 110 tickets sold by Station Agent Osterhout this morning for the Jrand Rapids Baptist excursion. Ice cream will be served by the ladies of the R.N. A. in the Holding block tomorrow (Fridav) evening. tf t - W. I. Hetherington took advantage of the Petoskey excursion and is trout- ing in some of the northern streams. Perry Hlystone, of Cambrldgeboi o. Pa., a former resident here, has been greeting his many friends in the city. H. C. Stone of Marion is home for a hort visit. His wife who has been with him for several months came with him. Hin R. Fales and wife stopped off here Friday to visit his brother on his return to Detroit after his wedding trip. Miss Mary Wagner ha- returned from Northport where she has ben several weeks visiting the Rushnell girls. Wilbur Wilson lias hied himself away to the. summer resorts near Ar mada to spend a few days away from business. Karl Vincent has engaged the sor ices of Kdward Peck, an expert gro- ceryinan of Grand Rapids, as clerk in his store. Misses Ida Spencer, Krraa VanSlyke, Leone Lloyd and Stella Payne took the excursion train Tuesday morning for Petoskey. Thos. Cannon leaves today for a trip to New York state and will visit a sis tor nt Willsvlllo whom he has not seen for eighteen years. F. A. Geill and John Coles are the oldest masons in this city. They were made masons in 1802, Mr. Geill a few months before Mr. Cole. John Zeigler, and wife of Wyman, were guests of friends in the city over Sunday. He says they have had good rains in that vicinity recently. Prof. A. L. Marvin and family ar rived Tuesday and are stopping at II. L. anHenschoten's. He exects to occupy the W. I). Sinclair house. Mrs. W. F. Sandeli is entertaining her friend, Miss Freeman of Ionia. In company with Mrs. Dr. Smith they spent Wednesday at Haldwin Lake. Dwight Sheldon returned Monday from Grand Haven where he had been with his family visiting and enjoying the numerous resorts in that vicinity. WASIIINOTON CLUB PICNIC. There were one hundred and fifty of the Washingtonians present at their picnic at Haldwin Lake Wednesday which Included members and Invited guests. Many of thoso from this vicin lty went on the train rather than drive over the dusty roads. There was no end to the provisions aud when the tables were spread in GanUm's pavilion there were rations enough displayed to feed a regiment of soldiers and all of it of excellent quality. Ice cream was furnished from Kd sail's restaurant for the entire company by the Reldlng contingent aud at the close of the dinner President Sprague called out Revs. F. W. Hodg don and A.M. Hyde, II. F. Harker, C K. Harker, F. K. Ranney, K. H. Lap ham aud R. K. Divine, the latter from Roily, for speeches aud they all re sponded in brief and witty remarks The absence of a number of the old familiar faces was noted, some of whom have died during the year and some Iniing detained by sickness. U.K. Divine of Holly, Mrs. Kliza both Holding of Chicago, G. W. Ellis and wife of Philadelphia, K. R. Kills of Detroit, and Mrs. J. F. Loase of Sparta were guests from abroad. T. I. Phelps of Greenville, the popular proprietor of Hotel Phelps, who with his wife are members, supplied the smokers with a fine grade of cigars. tiii: iti:i.niNj.iiAi.i. co. Lverything is on the move around the Holding-Hall Co.'s plant and they hope to get the repairs completed suf ficiently to start the machine room in the big factory Monday, September 4. A brick addition to the dry kilns is being built, the woodwork has been re painted, also the warehouses and things generally slicked up in fine shape. A stone foundation is being built for the new warehouse which is lo lie 4xltH) eot in size, and when completed will give them storage room for 18,000 refrigerators. The largo addition to actory H which the Hannf.r spoke of some time ago as a possibility has been practically decided upon but owing to the lateneKs iu the season it may be laid over until next year. May their prosperity continue is the wish of all oood citizens. ItlKTIIIt.W (iATIIKItlMi. The home of Mr.and Mrs.Fred Reeves on Pearl street was the scene of a pleas ant gathering Monday afternoon which was gotten up iu honor of Mrs. Reeves' mother, Mrs. Nathaniel Fisk. It was the anniversary of her 80th birthday ami on invitation about twenty of the latives were present. All enjoyed the occasion very much in recounting and calling up memories and events of by-gone days that are so dear to those who arc bound together by family ties. n excellent line of refreshments was served and Hon. J. D. Morse in lehalf of the company presented Mrs. Fisk with a tine pair of gold bowed glasses and other gifts. W. IK CONNOIt DK.1). Win. D. Conner, who hs lived in this city for the past eight years, died Sunday at the age of 80 years. The eceased was an old resident of this ounty having owned and lived on a farm.iu Kastou township for manv ears previous to movlny here. He as pursued the profession of a horse farrier during his residence here and as quite succi-ssful in treating dis- ases of horses. He leaves a wife and two daughters. His remains were taken to Kastou Tuesday for interment. The weather s getting to be a very mportant topic ot conservation. Corn is being dried up just at a time when moisture is needed, and the crop has already been greatly injured. Gardens ire drying up and the dust in the wagon roads is almost intolerable. It has become sodrv that manv farmers ave given up plowing for the fall seeding of wheat, and as a consequence the acreage is likely to be less than usual in this county. The Herrick Casket Company are doing just all the business iu the way of tilling orders for caskets that can be done under their limited capacity. They are turning them out at a rapid rate hut are behind ou orders a greater portion of the time because of want of more room and machinery. It is hoped this concern will develop into a much larger enterprise with increased facili- es for doing business. The Holding Shoe Factory band is giving some exceedingly tine 0en air oncerts from the band stand. These riday niht entertainments are great ly appreciated by a large multitude of people. The band Iniys are making tine progress under the leadership of eo. W. Holmes. The announcement was made la9t week of the marriage of Miss Kdna 'anSlyke and Mr. Hort King of Petos- ey. The bride is well known here and a oti n ir ladv of most excellent pialities. She has a host of friends in this vicinity who wish her much joy and happiness. Z. W. ( bioding in taking the school census has found children in the irst ward of school age being alout 0 more than the registration one year ago. If the ratio holds up in the other two wards, tho city will have over 800 8ChiHl children. The Otbeo Cemetery Association will hold an ice cream social at Mrs. Chas. McLaughlin's Friday night, August Z'y. NORTH SIDE NOTES. The Hallou Basket Works warehouse has been repainted. Fugene Warner and wife have re turned from Fowlerville. W. L. Moore of Plymouth visited his brother, J. W. Moore, last week. with, r w. iiuiiermore started on Wednesday for Indiana to visit rola lives. Prof. A. W. Dorr, who has been vis Ring his cousin, Mrs. J. W. Moore, re turned to Golden, Colo., Saturday. Mrs. Cook is having an addition built to her residence. J. W. Mlnier also recently completed one to his lesi deuce. Geo. W. Kills and wife of Phtladel phia and Dr. K. R. Kills of Detroit are making their annual summer visit here. A.C. r landers and family have re moved to Grand Rapids where ho has secured a situation at his trade as fur niture carver. George Wiley was taken very teri ou&ly ill with appendicitis, Saturday His condition was alarming to his fam ily and physicians for several days, but Is now improving. The Hudson boys, Eugene and Frank went to Grand Rapids today on the big excursion. Their wives iust made un their minds not to stay at home alone with the children all day and so took a train another way and went to Ionia. THK CIIUUCHKS AND MOCIKTIKS. The Michigan M. E. Conference will hold its session in Ionia on the 13th of September. The W. C. T. U. will hold its regular meeting at the M. E. church Friday, August 2. at 2:30 p. m. It will be a mothers' meeting and a cordial invita tion is extended to all. Our county president, Mrs. Mudge, Is expected to Ihj present and give a report of the state convention. The Young People's Society of the Baptist church will give a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Hub bell, Wednesday evening, August 30. the committee have arranged for mnsie and Miss Leonard has kindly consented to sing. Ice cream and sherbet will lie served on their spacious lawn. All will be cordial lv welcomed. New advs. this week: II. J. Leonard, T. Frank Ireland, Holmes Bros., W. I. Benedict, J. Leahy. Mrs. Grace Willis who has been spending tho summer with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fuller returned to Petoskey todav. Miss Geraldine Purcell was in Grand Rapids Tuesday, attending the state meeting of the I. O. G. T., iu which body she was one of the oflicers. Mrs. George Green returned from Clarksville Tuesday where she had oeen with her daughter for the past three weeks and reports a fine grand daughter. Miss Lena Myers of Ann Arbor is a guest of Miss Nettie Wagner. Wednes day, the latter gave a tea party in her honor and several young lady friends were present. Mrs. C. A. George and Mrs. C H. Nye arrived home last Friday from the east where they had been visiting since the Niagara Falls excursion to which placo they first went. The Marble Cemetery Society will give a lawn social at Frank Abbott's In Keeno Saturday evening, Septem ber 2. Ice cream and cake will be served. A cordial invitation extended to all. Walter Lambertson and his brother drove into town Tuesday from Wabasls Lake, where they had been for a day's fishing. In trolling a 13-pound pick erel struck their hook and the big fel low was landed. Mrs. Thos. Cannon sent Sunday in Grand Rapids with her daughter, Miss Clara Rogle, who is employed iu the Hutterworth hospital. She has accept ed a position as one of its nurses and likes it very much. Tho open air concert in the Interest of purchasing a niano for the hlo-h school will be held Friday night, Sep tember 1st. All committees and others interested will meet at Hotel Belding Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Elmer K. Moulton received a check, Tuesday, for 00, which was the amount of the life' benefit policy held by his wife, Leonora Moulton, iu the L. O. T. M. This fraternal order is very prompt in paying death claims. Dr. J. E. Ferguson was called to Ionia last Friday when the Ionia Coun ty Pension Hoard was organized. Dr. Allen was elected president, Dr. Defen dorf secretary, and J. E. Ferguson treasurer. Tho board will meet on Wednesday of each week. There was about thirty members of the W. R. C. and G. A. R. boys took the train from this station Wednesday morning to attend the Ionia county battalion picnic at Ionia. The vet erans, their wives and daughters and friends all had an excellent time. I. R. Waldo is putting down a tar fomosltlon crosswalk near tho D.,G. R. & W. dejH)t as a sort of an experi ment as he agrees to let it have a three months' trial before asking for his pay. I Wood sidewalks and crosswalks are getting very expensive and are short lived. Something letter is desired ' and Mr. Waldo thinks he has it. It Will Soon be Time to Have Your Stoves Set Up, And it may be in need of some re pairs. . We can get them for you promptly and have it ready when you want to use it. About September 1, Our Fall Stock 01 Stoves Will be on the Floor . . And we can show you the most com plete line in the county. If you want to buy or trade stoves, we can suit you. A lot ol second-hand stoves, somd good ones and some poor ones. T. FRANK "WE NEVER SLEEP." Bell Phone No. i5 August Business. ALL SUMALR FABRICS ARE BEING CLOSED AT GREAT SACRIFICE. Large quantities of 50c Dress Goods have been sorted out of stork and are ottered at 85c per yd. Every yard of these goods is worth the original price. GREAT QUANTITIES OF NEW GOODS ARE NOW COAUNG IN. YOU OUGHT TO SEE THEM ; THEY ARE SIMPLY ELEGANT. SFENCBR & L,ainb CHOICE GROCERIES Opera. House I31ook.. G' ot Yitur hottvr llatuls, Nnte liv:nls nt tho llmmor of!7oc nml they will ho put up fur you tn our new oover. All witrk nt lilaht arks and Pencil Box, iead Pencil with Eraser, jead Pencil Sharpener, 2 Slate Pencils, en, Pen-holder, Ruler, Tablet. Pencil Box, iead Pencil, 'en, Pen-holder, Slate Pencil, tiller, 1 Sponge, Bottle Best Black Ink. vu i:xciiANii: hooks. SCIHMM David Ilarum, the great book of 1 IRELAND, StoVe "LLeoci. State Phone No. 88. L,L,OYD. llxcluftlvo Dry Liuodt. Bros, Hill llomls. Statements utul style tnhlets with hlottcr 1'rlees Remarks! all for 5c all for 10c W. I. BENEDICT. the year, in the Public Library.