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Q. W. Thomas the Jeweler.
See E. C. Lloyd's ad on back page. I. L. Hubbell was in Ionia Wednesday on local business. Vann Wilder returned from Chicago Tuesday morning. H. H. Balding was in Grand Rapids on business Tuesday. Ask to see what we have in nice books. Wortley & French. E. J. Pierce and wife spent Sunday with friends in Ionia. Have you seen my line of souvenir spoons? Q. W. Thomas. Mrs. Mark Morris is recovering from a recent attack of pneumonia. F. C. Miller, attorney at Ionia, was in the city Tuesday on legal business. J. W. Minier and wife returned from their visit to Traverse City Saturday. Everybody should use neat stationery. Let us supply you. Wortley & French. Mrs. Jas. Crawford of St. Louis, Mich., is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Ben Frieda-Mrs. G. A. Phillips has been spending several days this week' with relatives in t le city. Mrs. Geo. S. Rosevelt of Greenville, was a guest of her sister, Mrs. Crosby, Tuesday. . W. A. Staley returned home Monday to Collins after a short visit with his son, C.L. Staley. Would you like to have the cow give more milk? Then use Cow Ease. Wort ley &. French. Chas. Bartlett ar. I family, of Palo, re turned Monday aftor x ':ort visit with friends in the city Miss Ann John on, sister of Chas. Johnson, left Wednesday fi.r her home in Northampton, Ef gland, When in Grand Rapids you should not forget that The Cody is the place to stop. Accommodations are first class. Mrs. E R. Berry returned from How ard City Tuesday where she had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Brooks. John B. Arnwine has returned from Minneapolis and Chicago, where he had been for several days on a business trip. Harry Claflin left Monday for Green ville where he has accepted a position in lhe clothing store of Frank S. Gibscn &, Co. Perry Blystone and wife, who are tare from Cambridge Springs, Pa., are at the farm of Mont Blystone for a week's rec reation. Mr. and Mrs Oliver Strong and Mr. and Mrs. Hud Strong, of Burlington, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs R. B. Strong for the past week. At the prayer service Thursday even ing, Sept. 14, the pastor of the church of Chrieit will give the second of a series of talks on the Holy Land. Bert Hunsicker is taking a vacation from his work in the Madden barber shop and is entertaining as guests his father and mother from Decatur. A. Traub made a trip to Detroit Thurs day, he will take in the State Fair and also expecls to meet his wife there on her reUrn fromt'ie old cour.try. Mrs Geo. W. Fish hft Monday evening for Owosso for a visit among old friends and acquaintances and also to attend the wedding of a niece, Miss Maude Fish. Joseph Young and wife are entertaining Mr. John Gofton and Mrs. Andrew Miller, of Roxeter, Ont , and Mr. John Monroe, of Pullman, 111., for a couple of weeks. F.J. Morgan of Marrietta, Ohio, has been in the city several days, he accom panied his daughter, Miss L. A. Morgan here, who has accepted the position of Science teacher in the High school madt vacant by the resignation of Maybelle Spencer whe has gone to Ro;ky Ford, Colo., in the schools there. Hazel Bricker had the misfortune to run a needle the full length in her heel Tuesday evening. She was barefooted and walking on the c. rpe. Mr. Bricker attempted to pull it out by the thread at tached to it but the needle broke and left a portion of it in the flesh. Dr. Stantcn was called and had considerable difficul ty in trying to extract it. Local jZ? . Brevities. Short Items of Interest Re lating to the Tomn and Its People, told in Single PjLr&gr&ph. Watch for the Cranitonic ad. Get your alarm clocks of 3. W. Thomas At Arthur Moore's Sept. 10th, an 8 1-2 pound girl. Don't forget when in Grand Rapids to stop at The Cody. International Stock Food in all 6izes at Wortley & French's. Lewis B. Hall of Grand Rapids was in the city the fore part of the week. Mrs. Emeline R. Weter and Mrs. A. E. Weter have returned from Haslett Park. A. N. Belding of Rockville, Conn., is in the city this week, he leaves tonight for Chicago. Daniel Skellenger and wife went to Ionia Wednesday for a day's visit with their aunt. E.H.Wilson is attending the fair in Detroit, this was his first trip and visit to that city. L. L. Campbell and family left on their return trip home to Northampton, Miss., this morning. C. J. Warren of Portland, was in the city Monday taking osteopathic treatment of Hook &. Hook. There will be a special communication of Belding Lodge No. 355 Saturday even ing for work in the M. M. degree. Arthur Gates who has been visiting his cousin Geo. W. Cota. left Wednesday morning on his return trip home to Los Angeles, Cal. The young friends of Wayne Keeney gaye him a surprise at his home last eve ning and a most merry time was enjoyed h games and music. The Baptist church veal pie supper given in the church dining room Wednes day evening was well attended and the spread was a good one, John G. Vanyickle. of Rose Hill, Ohio, is the guest of his brother, Fred Van- vickle, and nieces, Mrs. Chas. S. Moore and Mrs Chas. S. Youngs. Fortuna Lodge No, 120 will resume work again on Tuesday evening Sept. 19, at the Castle Hall. A full attendance of members is desired at that time. - Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Hubbell entertained at their pleasant home last evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Brown, of Charlotte, and Mr. and Mrs. Nate Bene dict, of Chicago. Claude Peifer who has been on a ten days visit in Fremont and White Cloud, returned home this morning. He has ac cepted a position at the Whitcomb house h St. Joseph as head cook. There will bo morning prayer and ser vice in the Woodman Hall on Sunday next at 10:30 a. m., also Sunday school after the service. M. Herbert Chandler, Lay Reader, will conduct the service. Milan J. Demorqst left for the State Fair in Detroit Wednesday, he took along a lot of circulars to advertise the Defor est Mixer, but was unablesto get one of his machines on display at the Fair ground. Arrangements for Parish reunion of the Congregational chutch have been com pleted and that eventwill take placeTues day evening, Sept. 19. A fine program U being prepared and refreshments wil b3 served. Mr. and Mr. J. L. Lydell of W.Hiamstor.' Pa., are in the city to settle up the estate of her sister, the lato Mrs. Fiank Mason Arba Face has purchased the house and lot and the personal property will also be disposed of. Chas. Luce has been living oivstraw berrias and cream this week. His War field variety are fruiting for the second time this season. Wednesday he brought to the Banner office several stems which had a number of large ripe berries. Mr. Luce has nearly three acres out to straw berries and the plants are thrifty ar d looking fine. 6uard Your Eyes F. E. BODWELU OPH OPTOMETRIST! (FORMERLY OF NEW YORK CITY) NOW OF DETROIT Examining the Eje and fitting It with glasses U a lifetime study" In Itself. It should not be regarded carelessly or Indifferently. It is a specialty requiring tact, patience, skill and yearn of experience and study of diseases of the eye as well as the mechanical work of the optician in order to meet the requirements and peculiarities of each Individual case. WITH J. F. PINKHAM, M. D., MONDAY, SEPT. 18 OFFICE AT GREENVILLE WITH D. K, BLACK. M, D. ' AT BIQ RAPIDS WiTH L. S. GRISWOLD. M. D. Q. W. Thomas has the best Main Springs. Your attention is called to E. C. Lloyd's half page ad in this issue. See hero! Wortley &. French want to show you bargains in wall paper. At Earl Sawtell's a 10 pound girl came to bless the household last Friday. Reed Gilbert left Monday for a week's visit with relatives and friends in Lansing. Rev Fr. Zindler was in Greenville Sunday at the dedication of St. Charles church. Would bargains in wall paper interest vou? We are offering them. Wortley & French. Edward Tissue and wife went to But ternut Tuesday to visit their son, who is quite ill. Mrs. A. Q Adams and children of White Cloud are guests of her sister Mrs. L. C. Upson. Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Benedict and son of Chicago are visiting at his brother's, W. I.Benedict. Miss Lou H. Morgan of Marietta, Ohio, has accepted a position in our schools as science teacher. Miss Mabelle Spencer, the science teacher, resigned last week to take a po sition in Colorado. O. J Holmes and family left last week for Indiana where they expect to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith of the Ashley church neighborhood are rejoicing over the birth of an heir. Mrs. Frank Hellen and two children of Rochester, N. Y., are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Trail. , E C. Lloyd, the up-to-date dry goods man, has an ad of interest to the ladies on the back page this week. Mr- and Mrs. Claude Tuck, of, Indian apolis, are making his parents, Mr., and Mrs. M. F. Tuck, a visit this week. Alfred Jonas and wife attended the fu. neral and burial of the eight months old child of Nicholas Bozung at Miriam Tues day morning. E. E. Jenks, N. Werner and wife, Mrs. John Krupp, W. C. Spicer and Forest Fish left Tuesday for Detroit and will take in the state fair this week. Mr. Wm. Harris has this week resumed his class in voice culture, the larger num ber of his former pupils continuing and several new ones already enrolled. Miss Addie Warren has resigned her position in the office of the Ballou Basket Works and accepted a similar place with the Wolverine Soap Co of Portland. Rev. J. W. Sheehan will speak specially to the young people Sunday evening. Topic The relation of young people to the church. Miss Carrie Tallman will organize a class in literature Monday evening, .Sept. 18. All wishing to join the class are urged to be present at her rooms on Con gress street. There will be a meeting of the Women's Relief Corps at the G. A. R. hall Satur day afternoon, a full attendance is desired as work of importance will be transacted let every member please take notice, Mr. Leslie Galloway, brother of Mrs. H. Armstrong, arrived Wednesday. Re has recently returned from a trip to England. After a short visit here, he and his mother will go to Petoskey for a visit. Ed Trowbridge, of Chicago, who has been greeting old friends and acquain tances here for a week returned yester day. Mr. irowbridge left here seven yaars ago and has been in Chicago fcr five years. Dick Stevens, manager of the Stevers Cigar Co., delivered a large consignment his popular brand of cigars, the Deep Sea, to firms in Saranac last Tuesday. Du it in style too. Made the trip in Jas. Avery's automobile. u. u. ooie. or Ionia, was in the city a short time Wednesday. He was on his way to Ed more being called there by the serious illness of his father, Frederick Cole Mr. Cole was a resident of this city a few years ago. John Wagner has returned from Hough ton where he has been attending the col lege of mining. He came by Chicago taking the lake trip from Honghton to that city. He is looking well and likes the climate in the Upper Peninsula very much. A reception will be given at the M. E parsonage on Friday evening by the young people of the church and congregation in honor of Miss Grace Travis, who goes to the State Normal at Ypsilanti and Law rence Goodale and Geo. Aubill. who go to Albion College. Will Conners, working on the water works excavation slipped and fell into the ditch this morniug striking on his back across one of the iron pipes. D. H Bricker who had charge of the works ac companied him to Dr. Pinkhams office where it was found the injury though pain ful was only temporary. A. B. Carter, of Freeport, is in the city this week. He says relative to the ab sconding of Rev. W. D. Clark from that place that it created a great sensation there as he was a very able preacher capable of occupying the pulpit of church in any city. He has not yet been located but officers are in pursuit of him 1000 copies of McKlnley 10c. music at G. W. Thomas'. For headache use Konssals. Made by Wortley & French. John Griffith and wife returned to Grand Rapids Monday. .Chas. A. Ireland and wife, of Ionia, were over Sunday visitors in the city. F. A. Gill and wife of Grand Rapids, were guests of Henry A.Smith over Sun day. harry Eisenberg, of Toledo, was the guest of his sister, Mrs L. C. Upson, over Sunday. Mrs. F. W. Peck returned Saturday from a three week's visit with her parents at Pierson. Mrs. H. A. Lamb went to Richland, her old home, last Saturday for a week's visit with her people. We guarantee to show you the largest assortment and best values in school tablets. Wortley &. French. The Cody is where you will find your friends when in Grand Rapids. Do not fail to stop at that popular hostelry. Mrs. Jason Hicks was in Greenville Monday for a short visit with George Weayer, Mr. Hicks' grandfather, who is 94 years old. Mrs. Clarence Shapley and two child ren of Mt. Vernon, Washington, are guests at their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. 1. Barker. Mrs. J. W.'Sheehan went to Charlotte Saturday and remained over Sunday with Mr. Sheehan and attended the clos ing hours of the conference. v Allan Staley was given a pleasant sur prise party last Thursday evening by ten of his schoolmates which was a most en joyable affair for the young people. Rev. D. E. Hills of Greenville occupied the pulpit of the M. E. church Sunday morning in place of Rev. J. W. Sheehan, who was away attending conference. Geo. Frayer of Stanton has been en gaged in the repair shop of E E. Ed ward's shoe store in place of Nevin Lloyd who expects to leave with his people for Pennsylvania next month to reside. Fallie McLaughlin was in the city over Sunday having returned from Harbor Springs where he spent the' summer at Roaring Brook Inn. He left Monday for Olivet to finish his course in college. buy a fountain pen Now is the time to at G. W. Thomas'. H. S. Campbell is entertaining his brother, Mr. L. L. Campbell and family, of Northampton, Mass. Mr. Campbell has been postmaster at Northampton for the past twelve years and now with his family is enjoying a two week's vacation. Earl Wilson is out again after several weeks of being laid off duty by illness, having had an attack of typhoid malaria, he begins to gain strength slowly and ex pects to be in usual good health again in a short time. He says he is very anxious to get well and stout enough so that he will be abundantly able to take care of that fine ten pound girl which put in an appearance at his home last Friday. Morris Earles' horse broke away from where he was tied near the school house Monday forenoon and ran down Liberty street having become frightened at an automobile, the carriage struck a dirt pile and it was overturned the horse get. ting loose from it and continuing at a rapid run down the street until caught. The buggy and harness was considerably damaged. The horse injured one of his feet quite badly. I lie rig is one Mr. Earle boucht of W. A. Chave and he re grets very much that the animal has en countered such an experience. This is the 1905 2 Yi i f i FLORENCE in its new dress. The most modern stove of its class on the market. New Duplex Grate For burning Hard Coal, Soft Coal, AVood, Blocks, Cobs or anything that burns. TPo II ? A VVrv-v- -; : TiiK& Vv : ( 8 The Florence Hot Blast 9 i C3 Is absolutely the best stove on sale today. Stove pipe does not fill up. Burns all tlu smoke, soot and dust. Come in and sue them. T. FRANK IRELAND Yellow Front. We Never Sleep". s? 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