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Weekly Grist of Newsy Hems Reported by Our Special Correspondents. AL.TON-MOSELKV. OULKAN8. School begins Monday, Sept. 2nd Vith Nora Crane as Instructor. John CusMcr is building a stock barn and A. J. Hale U building a silo. liev. J. Klose of lidding occupied the M. E. pulpit Sunday evening. Com. L. A. Hurhans was a Sunday guest among friends of this place. Mrs. Wilkinson of Adrian Is visiting her son, Dr. Wilkinson and family. Mrs. John Logan and son returned home to Ilammansburg, Ohio Thurs day. Mrs N. K. C.lbbs and two girls re turned to their home at Aurellus, Mon day. Mrs. Ceo. Hoyt entertained her sister, Mattle Hoot, of Ionia, the past week. "There were over 40 excursion tick ets sold from this station to Lansing Friday. Mrs. F. Iloppough and Guy of near Woods Corners were callers In town Friday. Mr .and Mrs. Mark McNett and mother of Holding were callers in town Saturday. " Mrs. Fred Ostrom and little girl of Casnovia are visiting with relatives about this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cotton were guests among relatives near Fcnwlck Saturday and Sunday. Geortrc l'urdy and family were frnosts .it A. WvckolT's of North ( i Greenville over Sunday. Frank and Clark Iloppough arc visiting New York relatives and ; tak ing in the sights at Buffalo. VK1UJ KNN Ert STATION. AVON- K E 1 N E . Warren Ford has traded horses. Mrs. Geo. Frost was sick abed last week. Mrs. Richard McGee has a new piano. L. O. T. M. meeting Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Keech had a bad spell with her heart last week. Lucile Stevens of Lowell, is visiting her irrandfather Houlihan. Kittle Hyrncs attended the Institute at Grand Kapids last week. School meeting Monday night Sept. 2nd, at school house. All attend. Mr. Moshcr of Grand llapids Is vis iting his aunt, Mrs. II. I). Weeks. The campers from Clarkyille broke camp at Week's grove last Friday. Mrs. P. W. Byrnes is visiting her daughter Mrs. K. Burt at Belding. Miss Vera Brown returns to Lowell the last of this week to attend school. Dance this week at Pent Vander brock's new honsc on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Castcll of Ada, were guests at her father's P. Byrnes, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Godfrey and daughter visited in Grand llapids sev eral days last week. A little Sir Knight and companion, came Sunday Aug. 2.", to gladen the home of Dan Stoufer. Mr. and Mrs. K. King called on Hay King and wife in Kcenc, and sec that new baby, their great nephew. "A large number from here went on the excursion to Grand Hapids Sun day, and took in the German picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Heed and son Percy will assist Geo. Kellog in his bean harvest on his farm the old Weeks homestead. EUREKA Mrs. Chas. Lampkin Is on the gain. Mrs. Wm. Higgins Is on the sick list. Hoy Batson has put up a new wind mill. B. F. Wilkinson is sick with malaria fever. Willie Sparks is to work in Belding now days. K. Hull and wife visited at a. Lee's Sunday. Mrs. Peck of Allegan is visiung Mrs. B. F. Wilkinson. Florence Bower is working for Mrs. Charlie Lampkin. John Hoskln took In the excursion to Grand Hapids Sunday. Mrs. Silas Hull returned to ner home in Belding Thursday. Hoyal Sparks and Miss Berry of Ashton, were married recently. Hena Wilkinson of Saranac visited her uncle B. F. Wilkinson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Strong are visiting relatives in Grand Hapids. Mrs. George McKay and daughter mtiirniwi hnmn from their visit last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery of Ionia are keeping house for Samuel Strong while they arc away. Mell Sparks who has been to work south of Lowell for some time, re turned home Saturday. A new belfry and bell has been put on the striped school house, which makes quite an improvement. Mrs. Marcena strong of orarui Hapids has been visiting relatives in this vicinity for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred LaDue and Bert Sparks and best girl of Belding visit ed their aunt Mrs. Carrie Scott, Sunday. Frank Lampkin and Miss Lucy Mid daugh well known here but living now in the state of Washington, were re cently married. Mrs. B. F. Wilkinson attended the picnic given by the Editor of the Lo well Journal for his correspondents Thursday afternoon. CANNONSRURU. ( Farmers are very busy threshing and getting ready for seeding. Wm. Taylor and wife "of Greenville and Mrs. H. A. Moon of Eureka visit ed Mrs. E. A. Stokes last week. W. II. Moon of Keenc has been marketing peaches In Belding and Greenville. He thinks he win nave about :!K bushels this year. E A. Stokes, wife and son, Fred Stokes and wife, and Frank Beardslee and wife went on the excursion to Grand Hapids and had a line time. Visitors from this section at tne Pan American last week were: II. Jcnks and wife, Charles Godfrey and wife, Tip Beardslee and wife, l-.J. Wood, wife and son, Mrs. H. A. long street and daughter. HARTON VIEEE. Wesley Wheeler and daughter were in town Sunday. Mr. Hlcc of Grand Hapids was In town Monday talking railroad. lie says the prospects are very favorable. Sam Heed and wife of Grand llapids are home, he caring for an Injured linger accidently caught in the ma chinery while at work. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Wheeler de parted for Grand Hap'uls last week, where they will visit their daughter, Mrs. BeeK-e, then continue their journey to White Cloud to visit their son, Edna Wheeler. G. C. Anderson of Washington, D. C, arrived here Tuesday. In looking over his property that had been dis troyed by the Hood, he was very well satislied with the work which had been done under the supervision of Thomas Jones, "the miller." While here Mr. Anderson was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bookey, Mr. . Hartwell and family, also calling on his many friends and acquaintances. He departed for Grand llapids Ihurs day, where he will remain for a few days, then visit Buffalo, and his old home in Borodino, N. Y., from there he will ioin his cousins, Judge Holmes and wife "the celebrated authoress," Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Jennings, sis ters of Mrs. Holmes, at their summer residence in Cottage City, Mass., where he will spend two weeks. By the time be resumes his duties In N ash ntrton U. S. Pension Agent, he hopes to be greatly Improved in health. Dell Condon has. a new carriage. Wm. Condon is having his house painted. E. J. Mason is raising his dry house for a dance hall. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Myers, Thursday, a son. Thnmna finnon is worklnP at his mill the past week. The street through Moseley is Uing irradcd for irravel. Bert Norton was up near Greenville on business Monday. ' Weather warm, crops are doing well, bean harvesting is being rushed as fast as they ripen. Miss Hena Jackson of Grand llapids Is visiting Miss Agnes Drlscol. Miss Lydla Dickens of Smyrna visit ed Miss Jessie Condon Saturday. llalph Ford was in Grand Hapids three days last week on business. Wm. and Dell Condon and wives, visited friends In Lowell Sunday. Mr. Frank Mason and wife of Oak field visited at Perry Purdy's Sunday. Dr. McAvoy of Parnell Is very sick with Inllammatory rheumatism, can't bear to be moved. John Wrlttenbrock has his cellar done and movimr the Z. H. Covert house onto the wall. Julius Oslorn and Clyde Lewis and wives attended the McNaughton-Mc MUlan reunion last week. Bryon Condon Miss Jessie Condon and Mrs. Maud Ford went on the ex cursion to Grand Hapids Sunday. Johnny Mangold returned home to Grand Uanids Mondav. after a six weeks' stay with his aunt, Kate Truin bull. Chester Ford, Godfrey Berry, A. Weeks. Elmer Hichmond and Max Denny went to Lansing on the excur sion Friday. Last Thursday Miss Ella Mason and her sister Mrs. Eva Belden of Gaand Hapids came to visit their aunt, Mrs Kate Purdy a week. Mrs. Youngs who was with Mr Holmes nearly eight months In Cali fornia visited her the past ten days also friends in Belding going to Grand llapids Thursday. The purchase af the Smith Godfrey farm by Win. Condon has been the re sult of material improvements, the Vimiw lms ni'ii raised higher with a cellar under it, an addition built on rooms richly furnished, the well deep ened, irrounds leveled and road-side bushes cleaned out which adds to the fixing up greatly. OTlstO. Charles Hop'pough is home on a va cation from Olivet. M.'MnfT.f X' f'ii nn itilt t inir down a cement well for 11. Bradish. C. Hubbard has sprained his knee so that It Is alK)ut as Kid as it was before. Mrs. W. if. Hanks has gone to Sagi naw on, an extended visit with rela tives. Henry Buttolph is making changes and repairs on his dairy barns and erecting another Silo. C. Hubbard is cleaning the school house and ircttim: It ready for school which commences next week Sept. 3. llev. Priest preaches his farwell fcrmon next Sunday evening oeiorc going to conference, a full house is desired. Larire catches of fish are reported " . .i i here, Glen Silcox caught a picicerei and several bass that were line to look at. """v m m v.-i mntractcd with the Grand Hapids & Belding iransii vo. for right of way. It is said they have the right of way up to Cook s Corners, and expect to start on the work oi construction within two weeks. The Variety Store -HAS THE LARGEST LINE OP- LADIES', MISSES and CHILDREN'S Summer Underwear IN THE CITY.- Large Sizes lor Large Ladles a Specialty, Somcllig New in Wffi 1B-M Mors tSTA LAHGE LINK OP Straw Hats, Hammocks, Croquet Sets, Gar den Sets, Garden Trowels, Weeding Forks. W. A. CHAVE. WOIjVKKTOV PLAINS. Mr. Glenn Tower spent last Friday In Tnnsinir. N. Douglas held the lucky number which drew the Maccabec quilt. Don Francisco of Belding visited at w. M White's part of last week. r Hctcr Kohn and family attended the Good Fellowship Club picnic at iinlilwin Lake last Friday. Mrs. F. L. Moon of Ionia, visited relatives and friends In this place tiin (Wo Dart of the week. SVhool commenced in the Button ( district last Monday with Miss Hena v Anrpll of Beldlnir. as instructor. . r Hhhps Sadie and Mamie t letcner oi Lowell spent part of last week with their cousin Miss Lurle luchmonu. All SOc fdilrt waists reduced to 25c at J. T. Webber's, Ionia. C. A. Bennett made a trip to Court- land Saturday. T.VnnUif Ostrnndpr is helulnir Mrs. Harlow this week. Bobbie Dolly was the guest of H. B. Wise and family a couple of days last week. Annie Goodman Is spending a week with her sister Cora Carpenter at Greenville. Willie Chickering is spending a few- days with his sister Mrs. Pearl Wood- beck in Oaklicld. Mrs. Kittle McClcllcn spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown of Six Lakes. Wesley French and wife visited their cousins Mrs. Irene and Mina Wise a few days last week. Master Homer Osgood and sisters Mildred and Fdlth are spending a week with relatives here. Mrs. Mary Cronk has been visiting her sister Mrs. Delia Jarvis at Grand Traverse, and other relatives at Cadillac and Barryton the last two weeks. lbert D. Wise and Earl Goodman visited at Cadillac last week, going on their wheels. They started from home Saturday morning and took din ner in Heed City, and supper in Cadil lac, returning home Wednesday night. CHIKKXV1L.LK. Astounded the Killtor. Editor S. A. Brown, of Benncttsvlllo S. C, was onco immensely surprised. "Through long suffering from Dys pepsia." he writes, "my wife was great ly run down. She had no strength or vigor and suffered great uiairess irom her stomach, but she tried liecinc Mrr. Vio.lned her at oncd anu, ..fin nJnrr fnnr bottles. 6he la entirely well, can eat anything. It's a grand tonic, and its gentle laxative qualities are sulendldfor torpid liver, ror in digestion, Loss of Appetite, btomacn and Liver troubles li s a posiuvu, kuoi- anteed cure. OnlyOUc ai uonneu nros. Mr. Daniel Brantz, Ottervllle, la., Have had asthma and a very Dau cough for years, but could get no re lief r.nm tKn rinptnrs and medicines I tried until I took Foley's Honey and Tar. It gave immediate reiier, ana done mo more good than all the other remedies combined. W. I. Benedict. o n Hunk- Ark., eavs: 1 was trou bled with constipation until I bougnt Ue Wilt's Little Early lasers, since ihr.n havp been entirely cured oi my old complaint. 1 recommend them. W. I Benedict. Clav City, Ind., Jan. Is, 1 807. Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Monticello, 111. Sir: 1 have used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for dyspepsia and consti pation with great benclit to myself. Some days I was not able to do my of- fico work, l nau run uowu wuui) lbs. After taking several oouies oi vour wonderful medicine I now weigh 18.) lbs. 1 now icei mku u uuw muu. have recommended Dr. Caldwell 8 Syrup l'cpsln to my Irlcnas anu win answer any and all letters of inquiry I may receive as to the merits of your medicine' i ours r:fM WM. II. SIIIKLKY, Prop. Kllno Hotel. ALT! JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD. No One Can Beat Our Price. Underwood Bros., PLEASANT STREET GROCERS. a d 3 J H 5 5 3 5 5 ? THE FOURTH NOKTII OKLKAXS. Edward Canficld went to Sebewa Tuesday. Haymond Hall returned from Buf falo Mondav. Mrs. Minnie Schultz returned to her home in Ionia Saturday. Mrs. William Wheeler visited her parents at Sand Lake last week. Mrs. W. T. Wheeler's father and mother are maklnir her a visit. William Ball of Sheridan and for years a resident of Orleans died at his home Monday morning, Aug. 19. 1901, remains was brought to Orleans Wed nesday, the funeral was held at the M. E. church. Elder McKlbben otllcl atinir. He-mains interred in the Or leans cemeterv. lie leaves one son Charles, and one daughter, Jane, his wife died two years ago. (Last Week's Letter) Mr. Divine who has been very sick is some better. Haymond Ball will spend this week visitlnir Buffalo nccncry. The campmeetlng is over but there arc some camoinir there yet. Mrs. Joe Pretzel went to Grand Hanids on the excursion Saturday. Ena Brown and family started last Thursday for Ohio where they expect to visit for two weeks. Lxjst: Between Smyrna and Sar nnntr on Anmut nn laillp' fur fill- larettc. Finder will be rewarded by leaving same at ijann km u nice. The ball game Tuesday between Lansing and Greenville resulted in a walk away for the Greenville team, V.n tirn ul n mil n r U t n 0 in fa VOr Ot the home team. Mr. Gracey who keeps the south end Liv ery let a single rig last Saturday to cro out in the country some nine miip. Whllp there someone stole the whole outfit and skipped the country,but by the free use of the tele phone the rig and thief has been lo- -ntpl nt Jnc.kaon. Denutv Shcrlli Winters left Wednesday morning tc try to secure both. SMYllNA. Mrs. Geo. Iloppough l on the sick list. Quite a number from here went to Lansing last Friday. There were 82 tickets sold here last Sunday for Grand Hapids. The K. O. T. M. and L. O. T. M. or Smyrna arc making preparations to po to Ionia the 30th. Mrs. Dr. Penton and Mrs. Geo. King visited the lattcr's sLster, Mrs. John Andrews of Moseley, Tuesday. Without MM there will be from three to live thousand Maccabees in Ionia August 30th. We cordially invite all of the visiting Maccabees and all. other men, women and children that visit our city on or before the 30th of August to call and ake advantage of the great bargain sale that we are now having. Our clothing is good styles, well made and a weight that you can wear any day in the year. 6reat Annual Sale of J. B. Lewis & Co. (Boston) Wear Resister Sample Shoes. For the last four years we have bought this large and clcgent line agents samples. Hundreds of pairs of clean, new, up-to-date, lirst-class shoes in ,-ttyr ivTv frtn itnp lit tlm lu st hoe manufactures in the world, and part of them are on sale at exactly manufacturers' wholesale prices. These goops arc not soiled in the least, made lor tne inspection oi an im: dealers in the country-samyles of Fall and Winter line of 1901. This great sale comes at a time when everybody must nuy lootwear ior i.m Wmn I and alTords one of the greatest opportunities possible to buy good goods cheap. This house makes fheir samples in an sizes anu wuuns, aim great variety of stAles and material used is worm me mspccnuu ui c-.j one. Come early while you can see the lull unnroKcn line. THE SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, AUG, 30, AND LASTS TILL EVERY PAIR IS SOLD. THE CITY SHOE STORE. BELDING, E. R.. Spenoer, Prop. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD A ILO T Ilr Child. From friffhtful disfigurement Mrs Nannie Gallccrer, of La Grange, ta. applied Hucklon'8 Arnica Salvo to irreat eorcs on her head and face, anu writes Its quick cure exocoded All ner hopes, It worKB wonders ia oui, Urulscs, Skin Eruptions, Cuts, Hums, Scalds and Piloa. 25c. Cure fifuar- i antced by Uonnell uros. uruggist. J.T.Weier Wilson, Dimmick & Sinclair can furnish you the stock ma chined. They have a complete stook of Lumber, Lath and Shingles, Fence Posts, Sash and Doors in regu lar and odd sizes, Building Paper, Window and Door Frames, Gable Ornaments, Brackets, Columns, Extension Ladders, Fruit Lad ders and tfce common Taper Ladders. Ac in nrif.es we o-iiarantee meet competition. We also carry a full line of Window Glass and Wooden Eave Troubling. Wilson, Dimmick & Sinclair. iTtie People's National Family Newspaper IONIA. Soft Harness You wn mke your hr nr iu soft m a Rlove ami iui tniinti M wire ty lining LI'KliHA llnr neia Oil. 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