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Weekly Grist of Newsy Items Reported By , Our Special Correspondents. m I T Jf OKI. HANS. John anil Chas. LamberUon aud M. M. Benedict returned from a two weeks hunting trip In the upper part of Lake county. Wilard Worden U now a resident of HelJInjj, having removed from here. Chuuneey Snow has moved on hi farm In Ronald. S. D. Chlckerintr sold GO tons of hay to Orleans parties. tleo. Kohn of IJarton spent Saturday and Sunday with Joey Kohn. Louis Sceley is at Ionia courting. Mrs. Curtis of Greenville visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Hanks, laht week. Truman Currle has moved Into the house he reeently purchased of ilowlin Kllburn. Clarence Chlckering and family npent Sunday visiting friends at Or leans Chas. Itich of Otisco spent Saturday with his mother Mrs. Ilelden Rich. Sherman Ilulhert and wife have re amed from Sunfield where they were called on account of slskness of Mrs Hulbert's father-in-law Cren Hanks. Frank Tillottson has shingled and sided his house aud put a stoop on the south side of It, improving the appear ance very much of his home. Mrs. Harry Larapsou of North Green vill", spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. G. C. Purdy. Mrs. A. Ostrum and sister were in Toula Tueslay. Mrs Geo. Iloyt visited relatives in Ionia Nov. . Mr. Chm. Coon and wife of Balding, Suudayed at J. M. York's Mrs. Jennie Strong of near Saranac, w is a guest at Oren I'urdy's Thursday. Mrs. V. H. Travis and Fred and Mrs. N. Wallace of Heidi ng, spent Wednes day with relatives and friends of this 1)1 a ee. Mrs. A W. I'ahner Is entertaining hi r mother of Palo. Mr. and Mrs. O. Purdy were guests at () H. Choate's and Ira I'urdy's near Moseley over Sunday. lVo ar ) called to note the sad and Hidden death of our friend and neigh bor, Guy Beach, who was only sick of bjwel trouble a few days when called to rest from Blcknees. The funeral services were held at 11 oVock at the U. B. church conducted by Rev. Hart well of Saranac A very touching, yet comforting sermon was preached from the 15:h verse of Rjv. L'Snd chapter. Singing by Rev. and Mrs. DaFoe. Guy Beach was born in Orleans, April 24, 18G3-died Nov. 20, 1902 was married to Nettle A. Kdraonds Sept. 11, 1883. Two children have blessed this union, Floyd J., FeD. 23, 1886, and Gleun VV., May 23, 1894 he was converted three years ago and died trusting in the lov ing savior. Mrs. PeterSpanoiile went to Holland last week to attend the wedding of her granddaughter. Miss Alma Meeks spent Tuesday In Big Rapids with friends. Mr. VVm. Olrastead and family have returned from Coleman after a year's absence. They are now occupying rooms over the old Bradford store. David Whipple and wife of Ionia spent Sunday with his brother, Bert Whipple. Mr. and Mrs. A II Jacksoaand Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson, went to Grand Rapids last week to attend the wedding of Mrs. A. II. Jacksons niece. Mrs. Anson Ostrum was in Ionia last week buying furniture. Mr. Frank F.dmonds of Grand Rap ids was in town over Sunday. Mrs. Helen Mcintosh spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Ostrom, of Grand Rapsds. Mrs. Way, of Ionia, is spending a few days with Mrs. Guy Beach. Miss Ola Hale was in Ionia Monday. Miss Mlna Evans of Bellalr visited at Mrs. John Greenop's last Thursday. Mrs. Elina Ostrom wa9 suddenly call ed to Napoleon to attend the funeral of her son, Wilbur Knapp. Mr. Anson Ostrom accompanied her. One or two carloads of sugar beets was shipped from here by Perry Heald. Mrs. Jennie Holland and children of Johnsonville arrived in town Saturday evening to spend the winter with relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Melinda Sturdevant of Ionia was in town over Sunday to attend the funeral of Guy Beach-. OTISCO. Mr. Will Wll.uQ and wife of Mont calm visited her parents A. Deitz and wife. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Morse spent Sun day at W. C. FlskV Harry Moon visited bis parents Sun day. Mrs. A' Splcer and son Paul and Mrs. E. E Lessiter of Grattan visited Mrs A M. Splcer Thursday. Mrs F. R. Luscombe accompanied by six slstors visited their brother Frank McNitt of Ola last week. Mrs. W. Flk and son Don spent a couple of days last week with her mother Mrs Geo. Brown HAIITON VILLK. Bert Norton and wife ep jnt Sunday at Earl Norton's. Mr. Beckwith, of Belding is painting the bouse occupied by Joe Warner and family. Mrs. Peter Kohn spent last Friday in Lakeview. B. F. Tower has gone to Iowa to visit relatives. Mr' and Mrs. Sparks and two child ren left for their western home last Friday. Mrs. Sparks has spent tho summer here with her mother, Mrs. Seymour Purdy. Mrs. M, Boss and Mrs Henry Luick of Cooks Corners were callers at Chas. Holiday's one day last week. Walter White and wife and Miss Grace Moon spent Sunday at F. J. Richmond's. Additional Correspondence on Page 6 A I TO N - M OS E L K Y Weather mild and warm for the time of year last night (Monday) wa9 the coldest of the season. A dance will be given at Moseley Thanksgiving evening at the Gleaner hall. Frank Flanigan is having a private telephone lino run to his residence. Joe Gahan and Miss McCarty are to bo married Thanksgiving Day. Miss Ada PotrufT returned home from Grand Rapids Monday a. m Mrs. Montle Sayles and M-s. Orrin Sayles of Grand Rapids, visited over Saturday and Sunday with their sister Mrs. F, O. PotrufT. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. PotrufT and fami ly will spend Thanksgiy liit :i Grand Rapids with her sisters, Mrs. Monte and Mr9. Orrin Sayles. The Vergennes road commissioner has done a good job of work on and at each" side of the Guile hill with lc?s than $95 expense to the town. When gravel is applied, it will be a good road. AVON-KKKVK, Burr UIgglns visited in Belding Sun day. Mrs. Anglo Frost left Tuesday to spend Thanksgiving with her brother at Hersey, who is In very poor health. Lon Frost returned home Friday from his hunting trip, bringing one deer. Mrs. Royal Spirks returned from Howard City, Friday, where she has been visiting relatives for tho last two weeks. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Art Holland, recently a daughter. James Renwlck is Imporving the looks of his residence with a coat of paint. Joo Bessie and Royal Sparks are doing tho work. Ed Hosklns has returned from the Traverse City asylum to his brother's, John Hosklns' Georgo Pincknoy and Elton Hull have gone to Like City to visit the former's son, All io Pinekney. Mrs. Carrie Scott has gone to Beld ing to help care for her nephew's wife, who Is very 6lck. Mrs. Sarah Airs, who has been visit ing relatives In Sarauac and Hastings, returned home last week. Glen Scott of Maplo Rapids and Mrs. Nina Roe of Koene were married by Rev. II. C. Snyder at his house, Satur day evening. Immediately after tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Scott drove to the home of Mrs. Frank Dodd, a 6lster of tho bride. There the Lady Macca bees, of which Mrs. Scott is a much be loved member, had prepared a splendid surprise for them. Alter a pleasant visit a bounteous supper was served and tho newly married couple were presented by the ladlce, with a beauti ful silver tea set as a token of their re gard congratulation. Earl Kahnouse and Miss Edna Brown formerly of Keene, were married last week. George Sltzer and mother have mov ed into Norman Hlggins' tenant house. Clarence Peck is laid up with tho In flaraatory rheumanlsru. Mr. and Mrs. Newman have moved to the Fisher house. The L A. S will bo entertained by Mrs. Emory Bo wen, Dec. 3. Every body come. Mrs. Amasa Tell Is going to Kala mazoo, soon to take treatment for cancer. lames Dodds of Keeno and Miss Mrs. Mabel Hasler of Lansing were married at the home of the bride last Wednesday. We extend hearty con gratulations. Builds up the system; puts rure rich blood in the veins; makes men and women strong and healthy Burdock Blood Bitters. At any drug store. VKKUENNEH STATION. Leon Van Velsor and daughter ulto Mr. Hoffman all of Grand Rapids vblt ed at Dorua Church's Sunday. Deputy G. C. Mr. Bancroft of the K. O. T. M. was here last Saturdav the guest of Fred Ford. Tne little son of Frank Keech was sick last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. Mausor celebrated their sliver wedding last Thursday. Lydia Dickens of Smyrna visited her grandmother Mrs. Chas. Wilson last week. Tho Swiss ladles aid society met at the parsonage at Lowell last week Thursday. Frank Keech was In Johnstown last week one day. Helen Taylor Is in poor health, kaston-hoisti:k Don't forget the pumpkin pie social Firday evening, Nov. 28, there has been a program rre.pared by tho teach er Miss Face. Born to John McNincn and wife Fri day, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Clark and Mr. and Mrs Ed Frost of Keeno were guests of Will DeGraw nd family last Sunday. The L. A. S of Easton will meet with Mrs. Albert Ellison Dec. 3, all are cordially invited as it will bo election of otlicers. A surprise party on Mrs. T. C Con nor last Friday by her children. Shu was somewhat taken back but soon ral lied and all enjoyed a day of pleasure. Farmers are dolog their fall plowing but it acts today as though it might freeze up boon. Will Connor had tho misfortune to lose part of his car by a vicious horse grasping him with its teeth. Ho is do ing as well as can bo expected. CHADWICK. Edwin Dorr and Will McVicker are spending a few weeks at Houghton Lake visiting the former's eon, Foster Dorr. Mrs. Prlsmal and son visited at W. Ravell's the past week. Mr. D.C. Brownfield who has been staying with his granddaughter, Mrs. Georgo Ravell the past year, leaves for his homo at Fort Wayne, Ind., Wed nesday. Mrs. Devine and danghter of Sum ner are visiting her sister, Mrs, Wil liam Warner. Tho work on the new warehouse is progressing finely. Will Mason has purchased the Chas. Whitford farm of Edd Whitford. All Mead was in town Monday. GeorgeRavell has purchased a farm of Will Splcer of Belding. There's always room at the top of the f ladder, Provided there isn't some one there, already. There is always one I est, always one leader in overy lino of business. This j-welry store opened up in Ionia thirty-five years ago it took the lead then, and by the honesty of its goods and its truth'fulness to the public, Its at the top now. OUR CHRISTMAS STOCK IS WELL IN HAND. DIAMOND RINGS-allve with brilliancy $250 to $5. OPAL RINGS rich Hungarian lire opals $10 to $1.50. ENGRAVED BAND RINGS-$5 to $1. Plain, heavy, oval and flat band rings $8 to $2.50. I I eef Trust Busted! Look at this list o prices. You can afford to eat meat now from best cuts Prices, Commencing - Friday Morning: Sirloin Steak, choice cuts, per pound Round Steak, per pound Shoulder Steak, per pound Best Beef Roast, per pound Good Kettle Roast, per pound . 1 2J2C 11 c . 10 c 7c and 1 0 C FISH fe YOUNG, Main Street jMnricct. j fc f tf t j fc b H i rfc t te b J i b fr i J t fc b fc tt i it tf i te k fc b fc b if ?if b i fc it t t & Y i 9". m SPECIALS. A beautiful mahogany finish Guitar, regular cm aim: j ii i;tjL canvas luamui imuiiiu '.t case, wi h irood oualitv telescone music c- 1 j j. stan. 1, and instruction book. - ...:o.uu Complete as described for. ' The regular $1.2.j alarm clock, the one that T7 T7 tit has made my store famous, for Ueirular 7.c alarm clock for Regulai $'.5() oak mantel clock, strike and alarm, for . $1.00 ::::60c $2.50 A tine marbleized low mantle clock, cathedral gong strike, regular $0.50 value, complete with ornament, for p 4 Oil lack, marble finish clock, cathedral gong, half-hour strike. Regular$5.00 value for O Tremendous Values in UMBRELLAS. Men's LS in. (Gloria serge, comes with finest steel paragon frame and rod, crook congo handle, mounted for engraving. f Regular value For $ I .40 Ladies Umbrella, similar, only 2t f in., and exra tine handle P I tU 1 have an immense stock of umbrellas of all grades and prices, but assure each and all the best possible values. 4r Kemember, the prices given are during this Special Opening Sale ONLY. attmrday, Nov 299 190 PIANO RECITAL? all da? and in the evening. A beautiful Carnation will be given each ladv) who visits mJ store. Sonvcnir given Free with everv? 25c purchase, or over, during my opening day. &&&&&& c & Large as my fall business was last year, I am bound to increase it this year, if good goods, low prices and hard work will do it. The past year has been spent in preparing for my holiday trade and m store abounds in suitable, serviceable, sensible selections for both sexes. Ay stock is replete with all the novelties that go to make a first-class stock in the line of watches, clocks, jewelry, sterling silver and silver-plated ware, also the largest and best selected stock of Toilet Sets, Alanicure Sets, Ebony and Ebonoid Goods in large variety. You must come and make your own selections and be yourself the judge. 1 know we never otTered more for the money than we do this year. A cloud-burst of Christmas beauty, radiant with good values and sparkling with low prices awaits vou inspection. iVIUSIC AND FLOWERS hhh OAy. Prices on all our goods are extremely low for this sale. A OAINTy ASSORTMENT OF CUT GLASS AND 5RIC-A-5RAC AT fcOWEST PRICES. 28 patterns in knives and Forks, Berry Spoons and fancy pieces of flat ware. 1 dozen silver plated Rogers k Smith Mfg. Co. best knives and forks for.UU 1847 Rogers' knives and forks, per doz . . ..$0UU M.S. Benedict Mfg. OC Co. "s K. s & V. s pe r doz H O It O The celebrated triple silver plate knives and forks, per dozen OU A. B. Hull's Special. The best knife made, regardless of from whence it comes. ' per dozen $4UU Extra Special Values Genuine American cut glass salt and pep pers, with sterling silver -tops, regular .")0c each, foriOC UfmornlMT, ! ran out of ttiewe lat your, uml only tiuve two tfron on hand (or Unn Rcniarlahlc RING VALUES Over 1200 solid gold rings to select from. A cut on all set rings of at least ten per cent, eqcept on diamond goods. Where it is pos sible to make a better reduction 1 will do it. Your choice of 72 solid gold fancy set rings,ranging from c f - $2.00 to $3.00 for P OU UKMKMHKK All goods' bought at my store are engraved free of charge. WATCH BARGAINS 18 size, 20 year gold filled open face watch, with full (1.)) jeweled American Waltham movement. Others ask you $1.').()0. For... " $".70 4 HI size, 20 year, gold filled, open face watch, with full (15) 'jeweled movement. Others J ask vou $10 00. For r n $10.85 Music and Flowers all Day at Hull's Opening. Music and Flowers all Day at Hull's Opening. Ao OUQJOiL o 12 size, gold filled hunting case, with fine nickle Dearborn special, stamped, 17 jewels, adjusted movement. Others ask you $12 to $14. For $ 7 . 7 O G size, gold filled case guaranteed for 10 years, and fine Hampden movement. id Others ask you $12.00. For. ... 7 7 5 0 size, gold filled watch, and fine lever move ment. Others ask vou $14.00. For $0.75 Beautiful 000 size, enameled watches in Red, light and dark Blue colors. rrr Others ask you $10.00. For.. ..$b.70 Sterling Silver Thimbles Fngraved as you wish. Others ask you .'IV, for 20c 4 Chatelaine Qags The largest stock in the city, prices way down. I can save vou 2." to "0 per cent. on this line of roods. I have in stock every article, as adver tised, and hundreds of other' bargains equally .... i t r....u :r as jimhi, i i.N viiiii uwii iiiitiL ii jv-m uwu k m-t '4 them. at f1 4 4 tfi 4 j ik 44 4& ik i i ik rf 4 rf 4 4& 4& 4 tf tf 4 '4 rf tf 44 4 4 44 4 $& 44 44 44 4 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 44 4 44 4 44 4 44 44 44 3