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ACKNOWLEDGE IT i Belding Has o How to the Inevitable Scores of Citizens Prove It After reading the public statement of this representative citizen of llelding given below, you must come to this conclusion: A remedy which cured years ago, w hich has kept the kidneys , in good health since, can W relied ujon , to iierforin the same work in other , cases. Head this: i Max Walser, M'.i Merrick Ave., Weld ing, Mich., says: "Several years ago I had a sudden sjiell of dizziness and 1 fell to the Hour. Soon after that my ; i.L- 4ith to ache and the attacks of dizziness were more frequent "ROUND ABOUT US. Weekly Grist of Newsy items Reported by Oar Special Correspondents. ,.. tii.it 1 frould not look upward with-. out Uvoming faint and 1 fell miseraoie in everv way. Reading of Doan's kid ney Pills I procured a box at Onnell Ilros.' drug store and after using them a short time 1 was free from every symptom of kidney trouble. Doans kidney Pills helied me so greatly that i am glad to recommend them." (State ment given Iecemler 7, l!m.) Mr. Walser continued the above on May L'7, 1!0!. He said: "1 hae no reason to change my high opinion of Doan's Kidncv Pills and I still recom mend them 'heartily. The relief this remedy brought me has lxvn lasting and 1 have had no need of a kidney remedy during the past three years." For sale by all dealers. Price ")U cents. Foster-MilburnCo., Uullalo,New ork, sole agents for the United State. He incnihcr the name Doan's anil take no other. Grattan Miss (Sienna Dell, of Lowell, vis itdd friends here Suuday, going to (J rand Kapids next day. Mrs. Frank Lally is home from I got so Chicago on a visit. MONEY TO LOAN ,...HV BeldltiK HuildlnK and Loan Association Te those who wish to build a house o pay of your mortgage; or In buying a home already built on ea-y ' terras of monthly Install ment. For particulars call at their ottice. There is nothing better in Holding for investment than stock In the Hea ding HuiMing and Loan. Stock of which, Series No. !. isnowoper. tnall. A. WAGNER. Sec'y. IDS, Is usually not Profitable Idle Funds Deposited in Sandell's Bank Become a source of profit Pf f Wo are no certain thai tl U ItchinK. Bl-dinK and l! U XT Protrudirur l'ik-s can al ii A mJ ways be relieved and ab solutely cured by tliia ointment that we positively guarantee salia f act ion or money ref u ndod . s Dr. AAV. Chase's dealers or Dr. A.W.Chaso f nf fy fTk Medicine Co..Uutralo.N.Y. 1 0 Succeed when everything else fafo. t h In nervous rros:ration and ferru.lj il weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best ' medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Jason Seott ami wife, of llelding, were out to isither parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson, Sunday. They are having a vacation from the glass blowing business. Miss iionnie Itecd, one of G rattan's bright girls, has been staying with He mice Mat ice several days bef ore go ing to her Ann Arlor home. The receipts of the Ashley L. A. S. social, held with Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Tavlor, August 0, were fS.tiO. There was a happy evening on the lawn, with plenty of ice cream and cake. Please rememler the annual summer meeting of the (j rattan Silver u rays will U held at the Grange hall, Aug ust -". Picnic dinner as usual. The Ashley church Sunday-school will hold a picnic at Cranmer's lake, August ll with a basket dinner as customary, and a building for tables if necessary, w est of Ashley church. Mrs. J. A. Lessiter is the latest vic tim of the birthday ixstcard shower now so popular, also receiving other nice gifts from relatives August 10. She was more than surprised as her birthday proper was August 0. Piatt Rowland reached the forty lifth milestone in life's journey Aug ust 7, the mail bringing lovely birth day iK)stcards from all the alleetionate ladies roundalwut. The "shower" caused Piatt to dance for joy, just like a boy out in the downjour from from the skies. Mrs. K. :. Lessiter has had a two weeks' illness with sore throat. Jay Norton and family spent Sun day with Mrs. Norton's mother, Mrs. Clark, of Oakfield, who was very pleased to sec the grandchildren. Mrs. Jane Rich and daughter Mrs. Covert, both of Grand Rapids, are making a farewell visit to Lewis Mc Anhnr. brother of Mrs. Rich. leforc he starts for Seattle, Wash., August 10. F J j. P rooks accompanies Lewis and thev expect to visit in California be fore returning. Clayton Reach will assist George Witten in Rrooks' store while K. L. is absent. Mrs. M. A. Lessiter, with daughter, Mrs. V bitten, and gramiiiaugnier Miss Kitty Lessiter, spent a pleasant day in Jielding Monday, taking dinner with Mrs. C. Kddy and family, also visiting other friends. George Casner has revived from his semi-conscious condition, sitting up little lately. Mrs. P. McCauley is also gaining slowly. The regular communication of Venus Chapter O. K. S. look place Aug with large attendance and several vis itors, among whom were 3iiss Florence Gitlin of Doric Chapter, Relding, and Mrs. llattie Covert of Oriental Chap ter, Grand Rapids. Memorial resolu lions were read for our late sister, Ca lista Stocking. A line luncheon was served at the close of work. Alton Moseley Recent rains have been of great bene lit to growing crops. Will Converse returned to Chicago Friday night, after a ten days' vacation. About thirty i iconic are camping around Murray lake. Our mail carrier is camping and lish- inir on Crooked lake this week. His wife carries the mail while llert is eat ing fish. The picnic dinner given by Mrs. A. S. Holmes in honor of her aunt, Mrs. Wrigley, and son John, was quite an enjoyable all air, about fourteen rela tives being present: Mrs. M. A. GcmI frey and family, Mrs. Helena White and son Frank, R. White and grand daughter, Otis White and wife and Charley Godfrey and wife. Mr. W'riirlev and son returned to Toronto Fridav. after a two weeks' - - S ' visit with relatives here. Mrs. Tommy Condon went to Grand Rapids Friday for an over Sunday visit. W. H. Keech is able to sit up a little and can be moved in a rocker out on his porch. Remember the last Wednesday in August is the semi-annual meeting of the Grattan Silver Greys at Grattan Picture framing at Foster .v Ritter's. air Twas A Glorious Victory There's rejoicing in Fedora', Tenn. A man's life has Ijeen saved, and now Dr. King's New Diseovery is the talk otthe town for curing C. V. Pepjier of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could not work nor get alout," he writes, "and the doc tors did me nogfMMl, but, after using Dr. King's New Diseovery three weeks, I feel like a new man, and can do good work again." For weak, sore ordiseased lungs, Coughs and Colds, Hemorrhages, llav Fever, LaGripie, Asthma or any Ilronchial alJ'eolion it stands unrivaled. Price ."oe. and S 1.00. Trial Rottle free. Sold and guaranteed by Council Rros. m (NOT GROWN IN THIS COUNTRY) POSITIVELY CURES RHEUMATISM AND Stomach Disorders HUNDREDS of Michigan case permanently cured. Your lrueRit ' I'" ,al list, nhich includes me ol your neiK"'"019 Tlds Herb Is sold In its natural drv state a ve.l as In '"li!1i':T."L I KT US PROVK THAT 1111b 11LRB WILL CtIRK YOU. MANIFACTL'BFD BY THE ONE HERB CO. GRAND BAPID. MICH. Grattan Grange (2 range met August 5. and the class .i t 4i.:.i .1., was given me second aim mini u .... ,.r rn'K. inn nroirrntii consiMeu i music and discussions. The discus sion of the subject "How can a Woman arrange her work so as to have more time for amusement," brought out manv different views and some that were very amusing. At the next reirular meeting the fourth degree will l given, followed by the usual feast. We hoe to see all menders and their little folks ureseiit. The following urogram will le given: Violin solo, Law rence Green Select reading, Mrs. K. P. Nash; Keel tation, HUsworth Jenks; Music, ler- niee Lessiter: Rssav. Mrs. Amanda Walkins; Song, Kthel Ix)ngstreet tjuartet, Py the young ieople; Music Fern lielding; Closing song, Floyt Jenks. J range hall. A good attendance is desired. Miss Golda Vanderbroek returned home Momlay, after a two weeks' visit I with her father. Sunday, the Indeicndcnt telephone . i company was laying new unes iroiii Smyrna to Moseley. We are informed that the Moseley service w ill U- cut out and have the central at Smyrna as so many country phones on the lines make ioor service for all; twenty-seven phones on so short a line are too many. Quite a number are camping and fishing around the Lowell electric light plant. Seared With A Hot Iron, or scalded uy overturned weiue cui w ith a knifebruised by slammed door injured by gun or in any other way 1 the thintr needed at once is Pucklen's Arnica Salve to suUlue lntlammalion and kill the pain. It's earth's supreme healer, infallible for Hoils Ulcers, Fever Sores, lczema and rues, rnce ui Council Pros. Eureka Fairplain The farmers are very much in need of a good rain. Leah Comstock from near Sheridan, who has been visiting her grandparents, C. 1). Loring and w ife, for two weeks, returned to her home Sunday. Mark Jenks, who had his shoulder hurt about three weeks ago by being throw n from a horse, is gaining slowly, being no a- able to move his arm a little. Mrs. Klon Murray and children are up north visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Uandall. Glenna Richardson injured a uuite badly Sunday by sharp lone. A Sunday school convention at the Shanty Plains church Aug. IS. All are invited. Nelson Jenks, who has I teen on the sick list, is retried some better at this writing. Mrs. A. A. Jenks called on Mrs. Mattie Parker one day last w eek. Mrs. Maud Antclill' and children of Belding visited her parents, Mr. Kich anil wife, one day last w eek. A. A. Jenks and w ife called on Win. Murray Monday afternoon, linding him some better. Mrs. Prosper Parties is quite sick at this w riting. Kvart Clark of Berlin is making his mother, Mrs. Orril Johnson, a visit for a few w eeks. S Ci fi Ci i ti i ti i Ci i r tv ti rs cs a a a a fj rs a a THE WHIRLWIND SALE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT UNDREDS of satisfied customers have taken advantage of the wonderful savings tins offers-if you haven't already been in you nau Deuer "urry-yuu ruuuy can i auuiu w the monev savintr opportunities in every section of 1HL liio j i ukl. sale miss H the money saving opportunities If you live within 10 miles of "The Big Store" and trade $5.00 we will pay your fare both ways your railroad fare and your wants supplied at a big discount-isn t that an inducement. Here are Just Four of the Hundreds of Specials. Fine Batiste Shirtwaists. Elaborately trimmed fronts with three rows cf three inch embroidery insertion and German Val insertion; set in a fancy design; sleeves trimmed with tucks and two rows of insertion. Regular SI. 50 OOltft Whirlwind sale Qg( Special Saturday, August 14th. Beginning at 1:30 p. m. Batistes Kxtra fine quality of 30 inch Batistes in a large selection of stripes, llorals, figures and checks, in light and dark grounds. This has been one of th'iN seasons best sellers at 15c a yard. Whirlwind sale for CM 4 ONE HOUR O2C Whirlwind Sale price if accompanied by this adv. 8I2C per yard. Massive Turkish Rocker made of chase leather; has tufTted back and arms; the front of the arms are trimmed with a rosette; has 22 inch seat; American quarter sawed oak fmp A rlinir that should sell mrularlv for $17.50. Whirlwind price , $12.95 Nine Wire Tapestry Brussels RUGS; Nine feet wide and twelve feet long, with a pure worsted face: the ends are finished so that the rug lies perfectly flat on the floor; comes in a large var iety of oriental and floral designs in all the desirable colors. Regular $18.50. (j A Whirlwind sale ) QBgl We Fill Mail Orders JACOBSONS "THE BIG STORE Greenville, Mich. 4 C:U:U3tjCjCjcjCjCjCjCj .--w-.-.-w-w-w-w S3 !3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 S3 with Mrs. Rimes Aug. 4, a very pleas ant time lein enjoyed by all. The next meeting will I held Sept. 1 with Mrs. Viola Murray. Kveryone invited. M. R liidwell had a very sick horse last week. Cured Hay Fever and Summer . . hi.. A. S. rsusbaum, JsaiesMiie, Cold. hid., Writes: 44 Last year i sunereu iut .....ntiiu with ft summer eohl so nun; immiiio ...- ----- .listrpssimr that It interfered with my business. 1 had many of the syinj) .,a .,r li-iv fpvHr. and a doctor s pre scription did not reach my case, and I took several medicines which seemed Oakfield Mr. and Mrs. ltoy (Jrey and daugh ter have returned from a snort visit, at Cold water. Mr. and Mrs. George Klsby are ex pected to return from Idaho this week. Anna Rnvman has lieen sjiending jng a few days with Kthel Longstreet, in lUnven, this week. Utisco. Kugene Lankin and daughters Alta and HI la, of Grand Kapids, will visit old friends in this neighborhood this week. Mrs. George Cathy entertained the Keene Center (Too lalo for last wwk) Miss Hattie Prescott of Newark, N. V., is sjKMiding two weeks w ith her cousin, Mrs. Frank Daniels. Mrs. KvaClappof Chicago is visit- her school friend, Mrs. YA . It. lv in siirirr.'ivate it. loriunaiciy i ioiiowihk iuiiim.iuj hiuhhiu.wu,, ""V 7 " . t.ii...... U....01- I .. . . . i...i it insisted ujhmi naving ni uw pn uowianu, ivuiu nunun, "mm. and Tar. It quicklv- cured me. My .. . lessie childs, Klla Kingin and wile lias since useu immcj Tsir with the same success." l or saie f,-it bv W'ortley and French. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P.owman at stepping on a V .7 . . i ." :ViJ Brink at orin p;irK, iv.ij.iv.-., in honor of Mrs. Kate it being her seventy fourth birthday. There were forty present, all enjoying a pleasant day. There will be a carnival at Harvard Friday, August !.'. UfMiiemlier the settlers' picnic at Will Myers' in t'ourtland, Saturday, Aumist 14. The old settlers of Oak- tield are cordially invited. t.iri- i.nl.u visitol smut. Mrs. George llrothers of Howard City, from everyone had a good time. Thursday until Saturday or last, week. The Hlystone Union Aid society met Miss Julia Hell of Carson City visited week Friday, u.., u.:ti, u-1pv mid Mrs. I'xlTrav- -arK t"llH .111.1. tllllUt IV" ""J " nor from Thurslay until Sunday. Kotiert Mcrherson of liaynor visited Russell Nunimer Saturday night. Mrs. 1 lite Kckert's mother, Mrs. Ilinhardson. and sister, Mrs. Alilrutge, of Albion visitel her last week. Mrs. M. R Howe and Mattie H. Strain attended services at the Uaptist church in lieiumg nunuuy ci.i...- v . vnil . uffer. Kmory Chickering, wife and daugh- ej Foley's Kidney Remedy will help ter Fthel were guests of John Keeves you. .irs. . n. nocu, ui "'v'11'',' ... ... . w.,f,,r.i..x- a., writes: 4ii was a suuerer iroin kiu- anl wne oi toon ...v.., '""v ., '..utMlun t tiinos Icouldnot niirht and Sunday. m.i mit of lied, and w hen I lid 1 could ' - I r-w ' ' .... l tooK roiey s jvki liottle ami nan oi me seconu cum i mc uiimi. Thp l-:ast Otisco Farmers' ciuu nem it will cure you. ou uy oruey a their annual picnic Thursday at Long French. lake. There were 97 for dinner and Smoky Row Mr mid Mrs. Geo. Wiley weni 10 R. 11. Cowles and wife went io ay Greenville Saturday attertuKm to aiienu (ity on the excursion last Minuay Rom, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cave, Monday, July a !1 lb. daughter. F. A. Rement, wife and daughter of St. Charles, Mich., visited theircousins, Frank Daniels and wife, from Monday until Wednesday. Mrs. Mark Rrown visited Keene rel atives and friends over Sunday. Mrs. Rolierl Rrock was called to Lake Odessa last Saturday by the ill ness of her father. Mrs. FJialieth Daniels was a Grand Rapids visitor Saturday. Mrs. Frank Daniels transacted busi iiiKin itiiu auiiuuj. gel oul oi ueti, aim nt Chauncey Chase and w ife visited in not stand straight. I took Fi nauntti Remedy. One dollar I Greenville W ednesday . ' f , svCout CUrel me Serves at ; C'HoglhiTeiniSDOini Slight extra strain means collapse Restoration obtained by using DR. A. W. CHASE'S NERVE PILLS Thr Biircessful men and women are the carnival. uww Let tic Nunimer and Julia i t.n Ktnvfil Monday niirht with Mrs. Chas. Johnson. Vet Tombs got hurt w hile helping to move a barn at Grattan, and is now at iMw.mw.ov I'luise's under the care of Dr. Dutt. ness in Relding last Friday. Mr. Stanton is working for Emerson DaveniwrL Cured Hay Fever And Summer Cold A. H. Nusbaum, Ratesville, Indiana, writes: "Last year 1 sutierea ior mree months with a summer cold so distres sing that it interfered with my busi ness. I had many oi me symptoms oi hay fever, and a doctor's prescription did not reach my case, and I took sever al medicines which seemed only to ag gravate it. Fortunately I insisted uiwn having Foley's Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me. My wife has since used Foley's Honey and Tar with the same success." Sympathy. Sympathy is one of the great -crets of life. It overcomes evil and strengthens good. It disarms resist ance, melts the hardened heart, and develops the better part of human na ture. Hush Ulack. GARDEN PARTY Congregational Church Lawn, Friday and Saturday Night August 13 and 14. Come and enjoy the music, fun and a social time. Miss Mildred Osgood of Grand Rap ids and Miss Florence Urown of iin- cinatti, Ohio, were guests at Limer Wise's last week. The over Sunday guests at Jake Wise's were Fred Dorman and wife and Mrs. Wm. Lessiter of Helding. Kdward Sixbury, Uay Tillotson and Grandma Parker fell out of her chair Miss May Tillotson attended the carni- hiph strung nervous Lt ilcr daughter's and hurt her crippled Val at Greenville last Saturday. 11 CISJV; 'i " For Sale by W. I. Ilenedict, Druggist No Fort, r e Hi Ill-potter nood. man yroveib. Washington's Plague Spots lie in the low, marshy bottoms of the Potomac, the breeding ground of malar ia germs. These germs cause chills, feerand ague, biliousness, jaundice, lassitude, weaknessand general debility and bring sullering or death to thou wmda yearly. Hut Mleotric IHtters never fail to distroy them and cure malaria troubles. "They are the test all-rounl tonic and cure for malaria I ever used' w rites It. M. James, of Ijouellen, S. C. They cure Stomach, Liver, Kidney and lilood Troubles and will prevent Ty iihoid. Try them, &()c Guaranteed by Council Ilros. often of the typo keen and active but with too little reserve force. A little extra worry and anxiety and pnap goes tlio nervous pystem. Week and months are often required before energy and vigor are regained. Kent helps, so does fresh air and rxrrcise. but tho blood must also be mndo rich and red by use of Dr. A W. Chase. 's Nervo Tills, Mrs. P. O. Haines, Kossburg, Oregon, stntesi "Dr. A, W. Chaso'n Nerve Pills have done mn a great deal of good In building lip tho nervous system. For over twenty yenrs I suffered with my nerves, nnd doctored with several doc tors. I enn say that I have received more benefit from these pills than from all other medicines taken. I have, gained nine pounds In weipht." Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills, 50 cts. a box, all dealers or Dr. A. W. Chaso Medicine Co., Duffalo, N. Y. Portrait nnd signature of A. W. Chase, M. D., on every box. Open air concert given by "WicT Howe with his Martial Music followed by other specialties. MaUd at Oak . . . i tn . . jinn. Airs. Jaue iaux aim mikm riUa Vf.vn Klnir has returnetl home LimmiI last Tuewlay afternoon from a visit with relatives and friends hiavn. at Lake view, Mrs, George Hopkins has lieen visit ing lier mother, Mrs. Hite Fx;kert, for a few tlays.' Mrs. Fckert startetl Tues day to visit a sick sister in the west. Hurt Snow and w ife of Ionia, Chaun cey Hnow and wife of Ronald and Miss The Crime Of Idleness. Ada May Mendonsa siaruii ior Idleness means trouble for any one. Its v.-b fhnrudiiv to visit relatives ami ih Hume with a lav liver, it causes . . ii'unL-a I I'DMSLI IIJUIOIl. Ill UMUl HVi ininniivii ra... " inemis ior i T,w- : ,.. i Ki..,iww iw- COIIipivAllill, nun hiukiiit., of apjvtite, nausea, but Dr. King's New Life Pills soon nantsn nver irouoics ana Miss Ina Davis calll on Miss Gaylia Penton last Thurslay afternoon. Alfred Jonas and John Dehn were looking over the sights on Smoky How last Sunday. i For Hale by W. I. Benedict, Druggist Wottley & French. For tndieestion and all stomach trou ble take Foley's Orino Laxative as it stimulates the stomach and liver and reirulates the bowels and w ill imitively cure naiHiuai hhishjumuh. ""m .v build up your health. Ilros. lic. at Council THE SWEET FAMILY At 8:30 o'clock the Sweet Family will tfive one of their popular entertainments in the church auditorium with the fol lowing cast of characters: Ma Sweet, A lone "relic".... Mrs. ft. B. Lapham Arminty Ann, with many winning ways .. ..Mrs. C. S. Barns Betsey Belindy, the delicate one Mrs. Karl Wilson Kliabeth Kliza ) , . . j Mrs. M. Y. Gephart iWothy Delilah 1,oth tw,ns Mrs. Louis Millard Caroline Cordelia, the authoress Mrs. I. L. Hubbell Frances Fredora, who meant to say Yes . ..Mrs. F. Schlegel (ilorianna ('ladabout, who giggles Mrs. J. IC. Ferguson Admission to the grounds including ticket to "Sweet Family" 1 Oc. The Ladies will serve ice cream, cake and a variety of good things to eat during the entire evening.