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Weekly Grist of Newsy Hems Reported by -y Our Special Correspondents, VEItUENNKS STATION. Our Sabbath school id increasing lo number. Lady Serjeant Maggie Ford treated the members of Alton Hive to bo me nice crisp popcorn last Wednesday af ternoon. Mr. EJ King pased her 70th mile stone the first of the week. Deputy Great Co-nuiauder Mrs. Lil lian Ada of Grani Itiplds will assist in the initiation of a large class for the Alton Hive, L. O. M. M. on February 11th. The K O. M. M band is Improving fast. They played the grand march for old Bruin to waltz out and view his shadow on Monday afternoon. The Alton Hive of L. O. M. M. will entertain thj Lj-vell hive on Tuesday, February lltti. Orlo Week of Kejno cillei on his friends here Sacucd y iventn tui also via ited bin purt utn. Tne drawing ot Gjrtij I'oi.utTjS faacy qunt oa qj olT at i,i i Alton grange hall Ui'. w '.Ki T : T.e -a N . 11 lev he I 1 iy . y i i r i i t' y j .t Woa . tne. f i er, i Ou J iu i if li IZ i . d i h o j.i a. Jo be v t I. J i s t .y aft, .Hi '1 1 t 'I J V . . 1 1 ) o: i .-d v n ie ii e t J u.u ill. ii tTa d h a,jpj a, in ,it II I V : t 5 f O i It VC ' OHATTAS. EASTOX-KOLSTEU Ilark! do you hear thoae wedding bells. The L A. S. of Easton M. K. church will be entertained by Mrs. Geo. Botch' kiss Feb, 4 in the forenoon. Charlie Bowen is cutting wood for his uncle Orrin Mies Martha Fantow is staying with her si9tcr Mrs. Dake for a few days. S. It. Hice of Ionia was a caller in Bolster Thursday, he has a grocery here which is doing first class business The infant child of Bert Wlnalow Here atHome PEOPLE OF THE DAY President YVtUon' YtevTi. fesldeot Woodrow Wilson of Prlnct tou onlversiry In the.eourse of a lecture delivered recently in Rrmirtn ome statements which have rather w.ar- Belilillg CitizeiiS Glatlly nrvi i ue ttiumui ui luiumoia ana otner I m universities located in cities. President! .ICStliy Wilson said that the university which Wma robbed by Its urban location of New Line of OnrDikota like blizzard of January 30th did not last long. Mrs. J. K'ehardsoo is ullerlug from erysipelas, one of her feet being badly died of membranous croup last Friday swollen. burial in V . . WU.V.l-lj , U. Iloppouh and wife, of Otis, and Mr and Mrs. Melvln Dumper visited Mr. ana Mrs. ll. Watkins, are visiting his parents last Sunday. nmtsu. v imun s loaay. reuruiry .kj, Mrs. Alary Musselman. Mrs. Wm. ind are aiding Mrs. Whlttln in mak Hoskin, Mrs. Sarah Blouirh and Mrs. ing ner musical seicuions ror tne Sa Ie Dt:Graw snnt a nWant rfa t . . . . i . ' meeunj? oi me uooa renowsnip uiud with Mrs. W. Dumper Thursday. -i.i ti.i.i n.in .! I . " aime uuieimmine tenruary an. u,e reelval meeting of the M. R ino nexi Hoeiai oi Asniey ana oral- church w 11 continue this week, imnd tan L A S. will . bo held with Mrs. Austin Slayton, February 6th. The company that surprls .jd M'-s. Slayton last week had such a happy time that they all said to be continued next week. Now friends Increne the at ten d an c Dr. Spn ler has quite a touch of la grippe, hnt is still aroiimi looking lif ter in po jr mortwls, who. like jo jr s rlb., have be'-n oblisrv! to take to ihirb''ds from the sime cauie, which so tn to ni tne p'viilinr miladv In iri v "verv f imll v. K v; ,n'j fmllv. Ir K tat-lnj- li t- in- i th" fo-ir s''Of. irul t'n mile e '' nn i in - u'aif(.j in i is no v in - n ii-t -' c I yar Mi"x G uru Hrooks Is ftiirting alright, work is being done here, but there a lot of It to do. 8lUXCi:itS MILL,. Wilber Kmmons and family visited their daughter Mrs. Lloyd Gould of Greenville luat week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wilber of Green ville took dinner at T. Westbrook's Sunday. .ir. ana ivirs. jonn vvestDrooic were called toSaranic last week to see her ephew Jerrio Hunter who was accl- il -ntly thot by one of his schoolmates. S J. Saltier and wife wero gue9ts of Mr. and Mrs. Weaver of Harvard over juday. Surprise rag bees at J, Harts and W. Mminon's last week. Lorenzo Thomas an old resident of PRESIDENT WOODROW W1L80K. the community atmosphere was a fail ure In the highest and best definition of the American university. "The stu dents cannot get this atmosphere unless they are kept tonetber. if the students, after' they leave the lecture and class rooms of the university, can at once dive out Into the street of a great city It Is testimony like the following mat Das placed tne "old Uuaker rem edy" bo far above competitors. When people right here at home raise their voice In praise there is no room left for doubt. Head the public statement of a ueiaing citizen. Mr. C, A. Coon, employed at the Refrigerator Factory and living oa Alderman Street, says: " I have bad more or lens trouble with my Kid oeys for two or three years. I bad a dull heavy pain and at times severe twinges through my back and Bides. I have been laid up several times and on one occasion I thought I would die My position I assumed was comfortable nd at night I was so stiff and sore that it became 1m possible for roe to move turn. Any unusually heavy work effected me and every cold I took settled In my kidneys aggravated the troubles. Headaches and dizzy spells bothered me quite frequently and I was ofteu so dizzy I could scar cely see. It was through the recommendation of a lady who was boarding at our place that I tried Doan's Kidney Pills about two years ago. They cured me of a severe attack which I was suffering from at that time and since then I have used them on several occasions. I was doing some heavy work this summer along in the month ot July which effected my back, I I went dlrrect to Connell Bros, drug store and got a box of Doan's Kidneys Pills. They act as they did In the former cases. They cured me and my wife has used them with equally as good results and we both take pleasure In en dorsing Doan's Kidney Pills." For Sal by all Dealers. Trice SO cents. FOSTKU-MILHUKN CO., HUFFALO, N. V., Mole Agents fori the Lit Ited States. Remember the name.Doan's, take no subs itute. o o o Lace Cunrtal vi-it 'riif thy sick and comforting the Oakfield is very low with paralysis and I ant DH'ome drifting and separate in- afllict horr. v i Ml I t A VON-K KKNi;, ii . wi o of Ouum tiin rji Utvu, in v Jerome liruwu c.ijui i v s:tiu ciuiiy. C. A. Lee and wife returned home from thuir tr.p last. .veek. Angle Frost returned home from Hearsey Saturday C. L. Frost and daughter Mrs. Henry Foster of Mill Hruok are visiting at C. N. Frost's. Mrs Carrie Scott is taking care of Mrs. Fltzgibbou ut Sran 10 who is very lck. " Maud Fashbiugh olosjd a suceeful term of ochovjl at the Striped district last Erida) . A double wedding ceremony was per formed at the residence of Kav. West brook Sunday, Jan U5, the parties be In: Frank Zahm and Zia Airs and Frank Doying and Mablo Airs of this place, congratulations Mrs. G. N. Fros: is v.siiing her siiter at Holland. Ruby Abbott who h sbeen attending college at Grand II ipids i eturned hoiue Monday. Mrs. L)n Frost 1 on the sick list. Uobert Sparki is ou the sick list. Mr. Newmtn who hasbsen living In the Taskrr Iiou-h U injvln to lijlil' g Look'iu', for six weoks more of win ter weather for the bear seen hU bhad O Monday if it was a od day. From a 1 a;jj"ar mee it lo.)ks is if we would heir more weidin o'lis oiii. Je-se Hunt -r who w n sliot n. o ie of his scho )l mate.' at Saranxc two wee. ago is getiing along n e l,v, b it the D says hu isy't out of d tu y :t Mrs, Jam s Spirks and daiiht"r wbo h b jen vi.i Vnji iulouiifoi ji week returned horn s.in-iiy. A l;irt e ti i . y- :. mj : Ii - vi n attnil l tu: t ( ;. ., p -i ll.;llliii, Ht t. . - .'V an all w .d v.-.-y m e . r , i vL; Thrt S vr ifia- I i J i -- il i-j t x -di ,n 1. U w.t eiM'a I f t,U(.0.1 tit o! lg:-'-itf Mii.t! ii ifl'h. I with p'easant word, while at hr worth Is doubly manifest f iro 'Mphil th it It is much b j d iwiv fr n h'-ne thin ) . v it j n in i t 1 i w k .las. i r ,v c-id d in nis k-iown 'jy many of ling vir reeoiH as a of apopl-xy nearly not expected to recover. EUREKA. d ',r 0 P' . O I ;ie ) es i to wo yea vi i M"s. O. I. Wa'kins had only just retu- n 1 fro n their happy visit in Kalkaska eount.y, when they were c ill el to Browne by the death of William Murray, a brother of Mr. Watkins. a 'orraer resiaeni or tnese parts, and a grand good Christian mn. His lat vi-lt to Grattan was on February 8th. 1902, when he attended the golden wedding of his sister and her husband. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to the bereaved wife a dear good wife too, their nnion being one of model home happ;ness and companionship as our Heaveuly Father designed a paradis-e found not Ion, as in the Eienlc days Hay, son of Manly Whitten, who is attending the Ferris school at Big Hiplds, has had the measles but Is do ing nicely. Monte ilm Grange met In regular ees- i a their hnll In Greenville Jan. 17, m rt tin, loo beinu present, and sev i' victor, from OakCeld. The offl- wo1! du y installed by Worthy u -tet J. i. I'arkhurst assisted by J. B irceas. There were several aDDlIca- ions for membership and more to come in at our next meeting. K A. Stokes and wife visited at F. Xa-h's last week Thursday. J. M. I'arkhurst is on a visit to New York state to be gone several week. J. ii. Moon and wife visited at E. A. Stokes last week Tuesday. Vera and W. J. StokeB visited their sf rand parents J. D Moon and wife last Siturday. tegral parts of urban life, they are not getting the benefit of a university. They are simply going to a day school. It la my firm conviction that the real effects of a university are wrought b- iween the hours of G p. m. and 9 a. m. It Is during those hours the all power ful influence of association between mind and mind is exerted. Therefore It is absolutely necessary that the American university should be a com pact and homogeneous community. The Individualistic spirit la not American." A LTO N'MOSKLE V Mr. Sedelmalcr IssIck and under the Dr's. care. Dell Condon visited his sister Mrs Frank Trumbull of Averatt last week A party at Joj i Denis' was enjoyed Friday night with muic and dancing ble and died before the surgeon finished It was a surprise on the young people. Lim- Uvlngston heard of this and Mr. Stephen Trumbull of York state nooa orr tn surgeon on one pretext r is visiting his nenhew Mauri Tr..m. nnotner unui ne was reaay to start for Why Livingston Laach. Representative Livingston of Georgia believes thut he got the better of the surgeons recently, and he Is congratu lating himself accordingly. As a result of his arduous campaign work he be came possessed of a very bad throat. It refused to yield to ordinary treat ment, so he went to a distinguished surgeon in his part of tho country. The surgeon took a glance at the Inflamed organ and then got out his knives and prepared for an operation. Mr. Living ston demurred. After much pleading he was granted twenty-four hours In which to tighten up his nerve for the ordeal. While engaged In the tighten ing process another patient came along, was stretched out on the operating ta- Horr He Knew, It was a contested will case, and one of the witnesses in the course of giving his evidence described the testator mi nutely. 'Now, sir," said counsel for the de fense, "I suppose we may take It, from tbe flattering description you have given of the testator, his good points and his personal appearance generally. that you were Intimately acaualnted with him?" "Him:" exclaimed the witness. "He was no acquaintance of mine." "Indeed! Well, then, you must have observed him very carefully whenever you saw hlra?" pursued the examining counsel. "I never saw him In my life," was tbe reply. "ow, now, don t trifle with the court, please. How, I ask you, could you, In the name of goodness, describe him so minutely if you never saw him and uever knew him?" "Well," repJled the witness, and the smile which overspread his features eventually passed over the court, "you nee. I married his widow." Is it a burn? Ufe Dr. Thomas' Elect ric Oil. A cut? U'? Dr. Thomas Elect Oil At your Druget. bull and other relatives this week. Mrs. Lizzio Davis visited Mrs. Kate Trumbull lat Tuesday. The woman's home companion for Febuary is a patriotic number. Lin coin's Neclected Blrtholace." Th Birthplace of the American Flag," and George Gibbs picture illustrated the nattlo between the Serapls and the Bonhorame IMcharJ, speak of the qual ity of the magazine. The fiction in cludes " Tho Flight of Fenella, short stories by Clara Morris and Tudor Jenks. rith tr.e American Hawks. There is a pajre o' unusually beautiful theatrical pfcturcs. Tho author of the famous B.inny"' stories is writing a series of children's tiles All the departments are full of tlnvdv suzirestlona. Mr. lierrick tMls how to give a Sunday n'ght suppr. Mis3 Gould describes the latest fashions, and there are some excellent suggestions for evening en- 1 11 L KAN. ml ( W n i t- n O .1 r -h 'eiu y .-.ek who .v t in ( . ) i -1 ir - in - I- I i r S, ml i ng f.l i o hi an i p 1 1 rn iio il ler on! Cil !. '. V'iti Mis Jam be v Mrs la' w. jo n F. E. B vl'.ird ,f loi iSm0.vh wh town o'i l'i-iri(;- Moridy. Mrs B W UeKlbW of Alma visiting her daughter Mrs. Taylor. John Morton of near Alma spent Sunday In town calling on old friends. Thomas Murray was in Belding Sat urday. Quite a nuin'i T fron here attended the banquet at Belding Friday evenitg and report a fine time. Miss Mots of Grind Rapids has been bore helping to care for her sister Mrs. Dr. Wilkinson. Sent If forlVU III l.ifr. V runaway almost ending fatal'y, aUrted a horrible ulcer ou the leg of jVn. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. For four years It defied all doctors and all remedies. But Bucklen's Arnlra Salve had no trouble to cure him. Equally good for burn, brulso", skin eiuptlons and piles. 233 at Connell Bros. Drug Store. S Basils Feed pale m'rls on Scott's Emulsion. We do not need to give all the reasons why Scott's Emulsion restores the strength and ilesh and color of good lealth to those who suffer from sick blood. Tl-to firf Itni If I . ll,,. I.v. vi.nv uiv. "Mtertainments. Published by the Crow- preparation ot Loci Liver (Jil, eii PuhiL-hin Co., Springfield, Ohio; ricli in nutrition, full of healthy on,J (1)llar a y ir-lc" ceaepy. Stimulation IS a SUfCStlon as llu' I tbruary number of The Am erican Hoy Ls before us. It Is rich in illustration, storv and rinorrW ?n,1 rcott s Jimulsion nresents full of practical and hi nflll hints fnr its best AlT,erican toy The friends of this unique periodical win be pleased to know that It has passed the 100,000 mark in circulation truly a great achievement. A full page illustration (It an rp lwi.1t rrr i n rr n f11 J It t M . . , I " h"",S "ltcu in arc j)LTmaneniiy cured adorns the front cover. It is an in- of the peculiar disease of the fil)irin l)i(,ture. The seventh instal Unrvl xvhrU cl, :ir ,:ue,,t of the Hfe of Napoleon Bona- ' " parte, written by the editor of The paleness, WCaknCSSand nerVOUS- American Boy, for boys, appears in ness, by regular treatment with Scott's Emulsion. It is a true blood food and is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from Washington. Just before leaving home he came upon an old nejrro mammy who offered to cure his throat. She soaked a lump of sugar in turpentine. The dose did all the old mamuu claimed for It. "And that," said Rep resentative Livingston, "la the reason I laugh every time I see a doctor's sign." Will Visit tbe rrealdent. William Wlngate Sewall, who, with his wife, will visit President Itoosevelt at tbe White House in February, Is a typical son of the Maine woods. Sew- A ChoLlair Ds. ajojfs irequcniiy cuoke. . Done, a nail or a piece of tin gets In the throat, and Ihere Is great danger of death before the arrival of the surgeon. Many of them do die, but there Is no reason for this, for it Is easj without the slightest danger of getting bitten, to put the hand In the mouth of a dog and to draw out or push down the ob structlon that is choking It. A bandage handkerchief or towel will do Is passed between the teeth and over the upper Jaw, and In a similar way anoth er bandage is passed between the teeth and over the under Jaw. One person, holding the ends of these two band ages, keeps the dog's mouth wide open. A second person can then with perfect ease and safety put his fingers down the animal's throat and relieve It all and Theodore Roosevelt first met Tho Nature Study Club deals when t!,e.lattcr was HJ?hteen years of age and was up In the Aroostook coun try In search of health. Hill was a guide In those days, and he and vounsr Roosevelt hunted game and health foi jCocl Liver Oil at ! fullest in strength, taste. least in Youm women in their this italic. The leading contributions arc: Alstync's ictorv. ftenrpt- Water Illrds. Water birds, singular as It seems, art the only ones whose skins never by any chance get touched by water. So long as they are alive and long -after they are dead they float with an air cham ber all round their bodies, cunningly contrived of waterproof feathers close ly overlapping each other. Thus, In a snse, water birds may Ik; distinguish ed from all others by the fact that they never wash, though we can hardly blame them for that, because If water could penetrate between their feathers the poor things would never be dry. The State of Nam. Maine's rivers, lakes and mountains have names that could not be forgot ten. These ore some: Cupsuptac, Po heunegamook. Sagadhoc, Chlmmentl- cook, Clilmpasaoc, Chinquassabam took, Essquilsagook, Schoodlc, Umsas- kls, Ripogenls, Wassatoquoit, Mata- gomon, rangokomook, aiiagosquego- mook, Moosetocmaguntic, Apmonjene gamook, Wetokenebncook, Sysladobls, Millenklkuk, Cosbosecontlc, Umbazook- jskus, Damariscotta, Notch and Pema-dumook. Aa l aaal. Husband Where do you want to go? Wife Oh, I don't know anywhere a hero I can sjend money. "P.ut I thought you wanted a change?" Kmart Set. o V In Spring Styles. With Prices That are the Lowest. Just Received at B R Y O N AlcCnll Patterns In Stock. If You Washington's School Days, illustrated BILL SEWALL. tho latter Thn fmnM Tk. I H f S H.J Y" X TP rr T mr ketch of (JeorLre WaHb.nrrtnn an,i f ;:.r:VJ - X X U JL,UJ1 & " v i iririiusnii) inni iipciin pri'w w in voara Lafayette, and brave and true friend ! the hunting season flndine them con- of liberty; Boys as money-makers and stant companions in the Maine woods money-savers, toys in games and until Roosevelt -went to ranching In ..BY THE. which so many young women port' 1,10 ly 8t'1,ni) coin a"d curio f . rr collector, puzzle department and fir ffti 2 -r.gwfl We will be glad to tend i ampl to any sufferer. T.t ure thu tliti pictur In the lorm f.f a UM i, n the wrapper cl every boil t tmulsioB yri buy. SCOTT A DOWNE, Chemlst3, 409 Tcarl St., New York. many others. In March will start the lastsrrfal story written by the late Ceo. A. Hcnty, the liest-known writer for loys in the world. The Sprague Publishing Co., Detroit, Midi. $1.00 a year. Club with Hannf.r I1.7.V Dyspepsia bane of human existence. Burdock Blood Bitters cures it. DromD tly, permanently. Heeulates and tones the stomach. Dakota, when Sewall became foreman of the ranch. In receut years th friends have not been much together. but while on his trip throi'gh Maine In August Inst the president hunted up Sewall and had his old giild with hlin at several of his incettns nu i.nn quets. When they purled, it wn with the iinderstnndltig that S-waI wns to visit the White House soon, juxl now February bns been chosen as tho tint Holding llulUHnir mntl L,onn AHSiioititlon To those who wish to build a houso or pay of your mortgage; or in buying a home already built on easy terms of monthly Install ments. For particulars call at their office. There is nothing better in Belding for investment than stock in the Bel ding Building and Loan. Stock of which, Series No. 34, is now open to all. A. WAG N BR, Sccw are a Farmer And Have One Cent Buy a postal card and send to the New York Tribune Farmer, New York City, for a free specimen copy. 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