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SOMEWHERE. 'ROUND ABOUT US. ' Weekly Grist of Newsy Hems Reported by Oar Special Correspondents. (lltATTAN. Grandma Manraret Scott is very sick with malaria. Mrs. Koxy l'oml of Howard City is visiting old friends here, being a for mer resident. Today, Tuesday, Mrs. Al. Snicer is having a genuine surprise party, her birthday anniversary. Particulars next week. Miss Marion Weeks, one of our most successful teachers of music, now has 30 pupils at Holding, Smyrna and other towns. Cr.it tan F. & A. M. lodge were call ed to oiliciate at the burial service held for Mr. Ilaynes of Cannonsburg, aged over S2 years of age. lie had been an invalid for some time. Fun eral Sundays. Miss Carrie Richardson of Char lotte, has been the guest of her cousin Mrs. J. A. Lessiter the past week. A most enjoyable party was given in her honor at 11. K. Lessiter's Hall Satur day evening, and a company of over thirty friends met with her again in J. A. Lessiter's grove at Wabasis lake Mrs. Lessiter setting a long table filled with chicken and all accompani ments, also Ice cream, cake and other good things. Miss Carrie met the following friends from (J rand Kapids among those gathered in her honor: Misses Mildred Clin, Fthel I'asco, Lena Talbert, Kitty Kvat, Carl and Clara McLaughlin and Mr. Charles West, and will return to her home with many pleasant memories. CANNONSISUIMJ. Klla Kavanaugh is attending sum mer school in Grand Kapids. Mae Thomas of Grand Ilapids is visiting- friends in this vicinity. The town board met la.-t Wednes day evening, and it was decided to have iron bridges replace those swept away with the Hood. Last w eek Mr. .las. Nobitt received news of his sifter's death. Mrs. Mo Kevitt of Middleville. He was not able to attend the funeral. The ice cream social at the parson age was V11 attended, cream was served on the lawn, which was Wauti fully lighted with Chinese lanterns. Mrs. H. C. Chamlierlain and daugh ter Frances of Hyron Centre, made her brother C. S. .hulson a visit, and r.nlled on their maiiv friends in Can nonsburg. Thomas .Jones the miller, has com menced repairing the dams, and work on the streets will soon be under way. The once picturesque town of Can nonsburg will have taken on its for mer appearance. Uncle Veriril Haines, one of the old est pioneers of the town of Cannon, died at his home July 20, 1!U, aged HI years. Funeral services was held in the Congregational church, Sunday, romlurted bv the Masonic lodjre of Grattan of which he was a member, Itfv. k'rusi' of the M. F. church olti- ciated. The deceased leaves an aged wif (inc sou and one daughter to mourn the loss of a kind husband and father. SMVKXA. Mrs. Swain is sick with quinsy. Mrs. H.Skellingerisonthesick list. Threshing is the order of the day at present in the surrounding country. Mrs. Addie Conover of Chicago vis ited Miss Tiney Woodward last week- Mr ;md Mrs. Will Wright of Hold ing are stopping at Sarah Skellen ger's for a few days. Apples are scarce here also all other f r.u its. Grattan correspondent how is your fruit this year? Dr. I'inkham of Holding is seen here unite frequently. He i attending Mr. .Tones who is seriously ill. C. J. King a former resident of this place had a slight stroke of paralysis of the muscles of his limbs recently but is letter at present. Mr. Dean and daughter of Ilutehi Hon, Mo., were guests at Dell Purdy1 Inst uiM-k. also Miss Hthel Dollv and Lutie Garlan of Greenville. 1 ItATTA N JHANU2. Grattan Grange met in regular es- sion Thursday evening, July 18, with an attendance of aUuit seventy-live. The general program of business as carried out with equal interest. Our Grange is still reaching and rasping for the top round of the membership ladder as a class of 12 ere Instructed in the lessons of the first degree and still more names are being entered continually. After a short recess a few literary numbers were called. Miss Ora Wat- kins some instrumental music and a aper by Miss Sarah Clemons. The program was ratner nmiicu as oui w were prepared. The worthy Lecturer is very enthu siastic over Cores Day to 1 hi held in the future. As all these special days ave certainly proven a success we hould all lend a hand of assistance in the good work. Next Grange two weeks from stated meeting at which time the second mil third degree will le conferred on the class. Ice cream and cake will be served so all come prepared. AhTON-MOSKLKV OTIsCO. Lewis Steele and family of Holding Sundayed at Win. Karker's Forrest Fea and lady of Greenville Sundayed at J. L. Morse's. Ames Hubbard entertained a few - - r - - - of her school friends last Friday. Klory Mosher and family drove to Orleans Saturday evening, remaining iivit .Sund.iv with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Kmery. Mnstt-r Joe Fisk met -with what might have proved a very severe ac cident last week Tuesday. While playing and performing on a trapese he made an unfortunate move, can ing him to drop very forcibly to the ground and fracturing his forehead hist alwvc the eye. It was necessary to have a few stitches taken, but he is recovering as rapidly as iosible. Mr. John Minni. Colton. O.. says Foley's lloney and Tar cured m.v little trr of n nevero couirh and laflumed tonsils." W. I. Hencdlct. Weather hotter and dryer. Mrs. Marion Weeks is on the sick list. Fred Condon is building a new hog house. Mrs. Drown of Lowell called on Mrs. Otis White Sunday. David Condon has gone to work on the Lowell dam with his team. Marion Weeks is building his new- bridge, the old one was washed away July .th. Duncan McNaughtonon the Holmes farmlinished his haying and harvest ing Saturday. Jacob Ford and wife of Lincoln lake visited his hrotiier warren, anu oiner Alton relatives last week. Johnny Mangool of Grand Kapids is pending his annual vacation visiting his aunt, Kate Trumbull and uncle Maurice. Men and teams are in good demand to work on the Lowell electric dam at waires with teams W.'A) and men at 2.00 per day. Wm. Condon and wife returned Fri lay from their visit at Kvart, report ing very dry weather In that vicinity, mil crops liadly damaged. Father Hyrnes of Darnell started from Mosoley Monday for Ireland to visit his three brothers and other relatives, lie will lie irone aliout two months. The Ada H. H. team played the Smyrna and Alton liieaner two games at Fred Condon's Sunday, score is to is with Smyrna in favor of Ada; to !, with Alton in favor of Ada. Mrs. Kate Durdy has at her own ex pense had erected a nice monument in the Mason cemetery in memory of her father and mother who is buried there and is well worthy of notice. A card from Mrs. A. S. Holmes, dated July lil, at Colorado Springs, lys they are well and enjoying very hot weather on account of which they gave up their trip to Yellowstone Park. Thomas Cannon is having his mill at Alton reshinglcd and is moving one of his iron lathes into oneof the Hold ing silk mills, and intends to move oneot his light lathes to Alton so as 10 do iron work at both places. V I". I ! ( i 1 : X X K ST A T I o x. The grist mill is lieing reshinglcd. C. K.Porter was on the sick last week. Mr. Helmer of Grand Kapids was here last week. The church social at John Andrews' last week realized .". Mrs. Jane Church returned last week Wednesday from Kvart. Mr. Cannon of Holding was here last week busy on the repairs of the mill. Mrs. G. H. Godfrey had a monument put up at her lot in the Alton ceme tery. Mr. and Mrs. Force and son of Tru fant, wore guests of the Ford's last week. Audio Condon of Smyrna was at Fred Condon's Sunday. Glad to sec her out again. A pleasant dance at the hall last Saturday night for the lienelit of the Gleaner ball team. Hope to see our Kditor and wife out to the Gleaner picnic, and all the 11axnf.ii hands if possible. Forty Gleaners out last Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Mason of Grat tan Arbir and Mr. Collar and Mr. Gott of the Ada Arlior were with us. Church social at the hall next Tues day night to raise money to paint the church. Kvery one come and help In a good cause. Ice cream and cake will le served. O. II. Choatc of MorkV was In town Monday. J. M. York drives out with a line new carriage. Chas. Kay and wife are visiting rel atives of near Alma, this week. Com. L. A. Kurhans of Ionia was a Sunday visitor among friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Klory Mosher and children of Otisco, Sundayed at Fred Finery's. Mrs. K. K. Spencer and Maud of Holding were guests of Lottie Purdy, Friday. Mrs. Sarah Wheeler visited in Ionia Thursday and Miss Jane Haird was in Ionia Saturday. Frank Jankoskl and family have re turned from a delightful visit among Grand Kapids friends. Dr. and Mrs. Wilkinson arc enter taining her mother .and sister, ot Grand Kapids for a few days. Mrs. Hello Dewey and little daugh- terof Grand Kapids are spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Keaoh. Dr. I'inkham of Holding was in town Wednesday, as counsel for Karl Fin ery, who is improving slowly at tins writing. . The L. A. Society will serve ice cream and cake on Mrs. A. W. Palm er's lawn, Saturday evening, July 27. All invited. . Mrs. Kaymond Wilder and four children of Koone, Iowa, and Mrs. Ire land of lidding spent Tuesday with Mrs. O. Purdy. George Purdy and family left Tues day morning for a week's visit with Dr. and Mrs. McDonald and other friends in Detroit. Mrs. Mcintosh invited in a few friends to tea. Thursday, in honor ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kobinson of Me costa. We congratulate Mr. Koinn- son upon securing so charming a life partner. A very pleasant family reunion was held with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cotton, July 21. in honor of the Mesdames Sherman of Chicago and Grandma Xiehols. All report a pleasant visit and an excellent dinner. A VON -K F.F.N I'.. last "You iravo on thVway a pleasant! Hill i lo And thought no more about It: It cheered h life Unit was sad tho while, That might havolieen wrecked with out it: And m for the. smllo and Its frultaeo fair You'll reap a crown somo tlmc-soinewher3. "You spoke one day aehcerlng word, And passed to other duties: It warmed a heart, new promise stirred, And painted a Ufo with beauties, And so far the word aud its silent lra ve r You'll reap a palm some time somewhere. 'You lent a hand to a fallen one, A lift in kindness given: It saved u toul when help was none, And won a heart for heaven: And so tho help you proffered there. i ou'll reap a joy some time somo where." Seven Yt'iiiH In IImI, "Will wonders ever cease?" inquiro the. friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law rence, Kan. They knew she had been unable to leave her bed In seven years on account of kidney and liver trouble. nervous prostration and general debili ty; but,"Thrco bottles of Kleetric Hit ters en'abled me to walk, she writes, and in three months I felt like a new person." Women suiiering irom Headache, Kaekachc, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Melaneholy. Fainting, and Diz.y Spells will Ilnd it a priceless blessing. Try It. Satisfaction is truuianteed. Only.r0c. Council Hros. You can never euro dyspepsia by dieting. What your body needs is plenty of good lood properly digested then if your stomach will not dl2cst.lt, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will. It contains all of the natural dlgcstants hence must dicest everv class of food and so prepare it that nature can use it in itourishinr the body and replacing tho wasting tissues, thus giving life, health strength ambition pure blood and good healthy appetite. V. 1. Kenedlct. You Will Never be Sorry- The Variety Store -has tin: i.akgf.st link op- LADIES', MISSES and CHILDREN'S Summer Underwear IN THK CITY.- Large Sizes lor Large Ladies a Specialty. Jnur in I1 ii LARGE LINE OF Straw Hats, Hammocks, Croquet Sets, Gar den Sets, Garden Trowels, Weeding Forks. W. A. CHAVE. t 6 ft ft ft Drop Head Sewing Machine J Floyd Sparks is on the sick list. Robert Sparks lost a horse week. K. Hull and wife attended church at Saranac Sunday. Fred Roach of Portland visited at Riley Aires last Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Holland is visiting her parents near Lincoln Lake. Will Deirraw and family of Kaston, visited at Kd. Frost's Sunday. Mrs. .las. II aw ley and two children of Saranac. are visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Abbott. Frost and Hart have purchased a new soperator and will be ready for business in a few days. Angie Frost and daughter Nancy assisted Mrs. Robt. Sparks with her household duties last week. Haying and harvesting is very near to a finish in this vicinity and the threshing machine whistle is heard now. Kd. Frost has secured his old posi tion as engineer with John Keinhart's machine through the threshing sea son. Your correspondent being quite sick last week and under the Doctor's care was unable to send in any items, but is on the gain at the present writing. Last Sunday live men put up IT acres ot rye in siacKs ior Liunn Frost. Charlie Hagadorn of doing all the pitching on tin for two teams. Next. Holding wagons ItAltTON V I I.LI'. Miss KllaHaliday is workingfor Mr. Seeley. Ray Tower is spending his vacation at home. Frank Jones is working on the Smyrna dam. Harry Moon spent last week working- for his uncle, V. S. White, Miss MableTottcn of Helding spent iart of last week visitinir friends in i - - - this place. Walter White and wife and Mb Grace Moon visited at Waldo Fran cisco's in Helding last Sunday. Sidney Gardners horses ran away one day last week, With the mowin machine breaking it quite bad. For doing your level best, For your faith in humanity. For being kind to the poor. For hearing before judging. For being candid and frank. For thinking before speaking. For discounting tho tale bearer. For being loyal to the preacher. For standing by jour principles. For stopping your ears to gossip. For asking pardon when in error. For the inlluer.ee of hiyrh motives. For bridling a slanderous tongue. For being generous with an enemy. For being suuaro in business deals. For sympathizing with tho oppress ed. Selected. OiM-Htion Answered Yes, August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine in tho civil ized world. Your mothers' and grand mothers' never thought of using any thing olso for Biliousness or Indiges tion. Doctors worn scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis, Nervous I'ro-tratlon or Heart failure, etc. rhey used August Flower to clean out the svstem and stoo fermentation OI iindiirestod food, regulate the action of tin-liver, stimulate the nervous and and oriranie action of the system, and that is ail they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other iches. You only need a few doses of (Jreen's August Flower, In liquid form. to make vou satislied there is nothing sit nus ino matter who you. ucv C.rccn's l'ri.e Almanac. W. I. IJene- dict, druggist. "I wish to truthfully stato to you and the readers of these few lines that your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is without! mmstion. the best and only cure for - dvsoeosia that 1 hacevercome in con tact with and 1 nave useu many oiner orenarations. John Ream, West Mid dlesex, I'a. No preparation equals Kodol DvsDCDsiaCure as it contains ail the natural dlgcstants. It will digest all kinds of food and can't help but do you good. W. I. Hencdlct. r,i) Fori Mottle of Medicine. Thli u to certify that my wiro was for vears nfllietod with asthma and was so far gone that sevcraj puysicians ue eided that her case must terminate In consumption. I was Induced to try a bottle of Dr. Warners vvnitc winooi T.-ir Svrun. To our great satisfaction it cave almost Immedlalc relief, and two bottles completely cured her. She is now well and healthy but T would not bt without the medicine if it cost lifty dollars a bottle. Wm. II. Fahkis, Chn Hd Tp of Wilton, Monroo Co. Wis WlbMINCTON, I LI, Sept. 21st, ISMS. W. H. Caldwell. Dear Sir: I take great pleasure In adding my testimony as to tho ellicacy of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin as used in our Home. We use It in all cases of t TO OUR CUSTOMERS. Call at Store for Particulars. I Underwood JBros. 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