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Weekly Grist of Newsy Items Reported by Oar Special Correspondents. Chic, Delightful Models in 4l ' r. Ladies9 Lorn sr Goats Oakfleld Clarence Stuart will spend a week in Detroit and attend the State Fair. Howard Thompson is sick with pleurisy and Karnest Fuller has typhoid fever. Invitations are rut anouncing the marriage of Mr. Walter Miles of (J rand Kapids and Miss Orl Cowan of Cannon. The wedding to take place at the brides home, September 27th. Mr. and Mrs. 15. B. demons of Ada and Mr. and Mrs. Clint Green of Grat tan were viators at Frank Bowman's, Saturday night and Sunday. Michael Ward of Harvard is very low with pneumonia a consultation of physicians from Grand Hapids was held Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Phelps, Mrs. Rachel Stuart and Miss Eva Peterson of Grand Kapids called on old friends In this vicinity. Calvin Thompson received the grand championship and six premiums on his hogs at the fair at Grand Rapids last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Palmer attended the Grand Hapids fair. Guy Glazier entertained his sister and husband from Ionia over Sunday. Andrew Kuttler was in Ionia, Satur day. Charles Allen visited at John Gard ner's, Sunday. John Gardner has bought a work horse of William Nodden. Leon Johnson spent Sunday at Long Lake. John Lauibertson is on the gain. Mrs. Harvey K. Towne and daughter Judith of Grand Kapids, visited Orleans friends this week. George Hill is painting his hog pen. HAIR THAT FASCINATES DO YOU KNOW that indigestion can be cured, permanently cured so that you can eat any kind of food that you crave? It has been done not only once, but in almost every case when Cham berlain's Tablets are used. An instance: . Mr. J. Pominville, Stillwater, Minn., who had spent over $2,000.00 for medicine and treatment was perma nently cured by these tablets. OOQIJL r r o ( - - v f r XSCFUSJQDQS Wra i No Need To Stop Work When your doctor orders you to stop work, it staggers you. "I cant't you say. Yon know you are weak, run down and failing in health, day by day, but you must work as long as you can stand. What you need is Electric Bit ters to give tone, strength, and vigor to your system, to prevent breakdown and build y or ailing when Electrie Bitters wi up. uon't oe weak, sickiv when Electrie Bitters will benefit vou ftom the first dose. Thous ands bless them for their glorious health and strength. Try them. Every bot tle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 00c at ConneM's Drug Store. - Of South Orleans Gladys Carpenter was home at Lake Odessa over Sunday, returning Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John VanGiesen visit ed at Frank Treynor's, Sunday. Will Brook 8 was in Grand Rapids, Wednesday and Thursday. Vada Burns has been quite sick the past week. Elon Johnson is on the sick list. Who Wants Lustrous Hair Full Life and Beauty? Start now madam, September is Just the month to begin to acquire a giorious head of hair of which you will bejustly proud during the social e vents of winter time. If you haven't used PARISIAN SAGE you arn't on the high road of beauty. PARISIAN SAGE is the most delightful preparation that des troys the dandruff germs and by so do ing removes in a short time the cause of dandruH', falling hair, Itching scalp, faded and lifeless hair. Dandruir germs are obstructionists; they prevent the hair from receiving it's proier nourishment by ravenously de vouring the same nourishment. Use PARISIAN SAGE for one week and note the wonderful improvement W. I. Benedict guarantees it, 50 cents a bottle. Alton-Moseley Weather cooler since the recent rains. H. Converse and wife of Keene visit ed at Day Condon's, Sunday. Willis Purdy Is on the sick list. Mrs. Barnhouse of East Saurinnw j visited Alton friends ovir Sunday. I The ieach market is nearly ended, the crop has been a fairly good one. Mrs. Lenr Frost is visiting her sister, Mrs. Earl Adams. Mrs. Earl Adams of Keene attended the Condon Infalr Saturday night. C. Francisco and wife of Cadillac are visiting his aunt, Mrs. John Hapeman and Judd Hapeman. Clyde Condon and Miss Hoffman, who were married in Grand Rapids last Wednesday went to Bay City and returned Saturday. Forced To Leave Home Every year a large number of poor sufferers, whose lungs are sore and rack ed with coughs, are urged to go to an other climate. But this is costly and not always sure. There's a better way. Let Dr. King's New Discovery cure you at home. "It cured me of lung trouble," writes W. R. Nelson, of Calamine, Ark., "when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its surely the king of all cough and lung cures." Thous ands owe their liver and health to it. It's positively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Croup all Throat and Lung troubles. 5oc & 11.00. Trial bottle free at Council's Drug Store. Orleans Mrs. O. H. York went to Detroit, Monday for a ten days visit among relatives. Mr. Hopkin Clark was an over Sun day guest at James McCobery. Ai Oluistead and family of Ionia spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Clark of Easton were Sunday visitors at O. 11. Yorks. Chas. Doty and family spent Sunday at Ray Blxbysof Easton. HERPOLSHEIMER'S ItERPOLSHEirVCER'S PMi ydDoaor (GauroimcBimO: If irdDiran amr UmapaiDeaE DMsplIaiy off New FaDB SMOGS amoafl C(D)8l(t 1TF YOU knew the extensiveness of our J present assemblage of Fall and Winter Garments you would be as enthusiastic about it as we are. We doubt whether there is a better or more complete an assortment in the entire state than we can show you. One of the notable features of this gathering is the exclusiveness of the various garments shown. It has always been our aim to give our pa trons a wide range of styles to choose from and to offer style individuality as well as va riety. So when you buy a HKRPOLSHEIMER Suit or Coat you get a garment that is decid edly different from the average. A try on and close in spection will prove their superiority. All we could say in print wouldn't do half as much toward convincing you as one good look and try-on, you must see these beautiful crea tions of the tailors' art to be correctly impressed. THERE is hardly an imaginable style idea but it finds expression in this mag nificent collection. Suits of the desirable and popular soft wool fabrics seem to have trie greater call; these are shown here in an almost bewildering as sortment and in all the new and popular colorings. We're featuring suits at II 2) 5(D) $ 3(D) WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' WOOL DRESSES. CHILDREN'S AND JUNIORIZE COATS. CHILDREN'S DRESSES, WOMEN'S NEW SILK WAIST , WOMEN'S AND MISSES' EVENING AND OPERA COATS ANL WRAPS. FURS, AND FUR COATS, HOUSE DRESSES AND KIMONAS. STREET AND DRESS SKIRTS, SILK AND MERCERIZED PETTICOATS. Garment Dept. Second Floor Garment Dept. Second Floor Mr. and Mrs. Foster Dorr of Hay marsh are guests at Ed. Howe's for a short time. K goodly number of our citizens went by auto to the Grand Hapids Fair, Thursday. Mrs. F. I Uammon and friend Mrs. Ed. Trail, of Belding were guests of Mrs. Ed. Cowans of Kaston, Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Ueny Ilceves of Otisco spent Sunday at Jack Mussel mans. Mr. Fred Holmes and Miss Carrie Holmes of Belding, were Monday guests at the old farm home. Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Hawkins were entertained at Geo. Wooldridge Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Dilly and Mr. and Mrs. Myrte Smith of Greenville were pleasantly entertained at Chas. Holmes, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Liebum and Mr. and Mrs. Al. Sherwood visited at Chas. Rays of Clarksville Sunday. Melvin Anderson and family made a business trip to Ionia, Saturday. Mrs. Frank Alderman spent Sunday at Fred Pitts, Mr. Alderman going to Ionia to witness the ball game between Ionia and Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. F. V Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Waite, of Ionia, were Sunday visitors at Frank Hills. Mrs. Leon McVeigh and daughter, of Ionia, spent Sunday with Harry Strong and wife. Miss Hazel Lane spent Sunday with Freida Shewnter. Miss Victoria Strong is visiting rela tives in Indiana, Gladys Lane is taking her place in the "Hello" ottlce. Ed. Sutton and family spent Sunday at Oscar Emerys. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hammon spent Sunday at Bay Emerys of Greenville. Mrs. A. J. Hale has been spending the past week with her daughter Mrs. A. D. Purdy, of West Otisco. Mrs. Oh. Hills is a Portland visitor this week. Mr. Norman Gray is visiting at Guy Glazier. Sunday guests at Dr. Wilkinson, were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoppough and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hoppough. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Chapin entertain ed his sister and husband of Ionia, Sun day. Mrs. Kate Stanton returned to Beld ing Sunday, after spending Two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al. Sablns. Mrs. Ben Conner was an over Sun day guest of Belding friends. Mrs. Rosa Calahan and children have returned to Rochester, New York, after visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lucy Clements and other relatives for a few weeks. Mrs. Adelia Howe's who has been visiting her cousin Mrs. C. White and family for a short time returned to her home at Union City Thursday. Novelty coats will undoubtedly have a greater run this season than any previous time. The variety of materials in the styles shown will surely make the coats very, very popular. Our buyers haye secured exceptionally fine lines of the numbers which give promise of being most favored; copies of the high-priced imported models are shown at moderate and popular prices. We want you to see these charming creations want you to try them on. You'll like them and the way they are marked. vjl ft Beautiful Novelty Ooat8 with large velvet inlaid lined cape collar; large reveres; fancy buttons; trimmed with velvet fi si piping; the very latest models at 11 ,j0) Good Heavy Coats of plaid back all wool cloths; made with a large collar inlaid with velvet; large reveres and pretty (5 3 9 j inlaid buttons, at . ... j) II V?n Printzess Coats, made of beautiful novelty materials in either tan or gray; large velvet collar; large revers; long roll; velvet inlaid cuffs trimmed with fancy buttons; guaranteed for two I seasons, at p llOa' Stunning Checked Polo Cloth Coat, made with large collars and velvet inlaid revers; high waist effect in the back; (JJff fancy patch pockets; a very attractive coat at 0C,ly)J Other Novelty Coats at $6.75 to $35.00. Caracul and Plush Coats Caracul and Plush Coats are going to be more favored this season than ever before. We were very fortunate in getting a number of these coats at especially attractive prices, and offer values that would be very difficult to duplicate. Caracul coats at $10 and up. Plush coats in only the better grades, as the cheaper plushes are unsatisfac tory; prices from $20 up. UTMCIWai Ladies' Beautiful Tailored Suits The suits are made of storm serges, novelties and weaves in an almost unlimited variety. The cloths this season are without a question very much prettier than any that have been obtainable before, the color combinations being of exceptional beauty. Many of the new suits have large collars, others have large revers; most of them have the long roll front. The values, too, this season are even greater than heretofore. Every garment we sell is guaranteed to give satisfactory service Q1 2.50 to 35 9c Unbleached Cotton, Saturday, 6 l-2c Saturday we place on sale a special purchase of regular 9c unbleached cotton at 6Jc per yard. This cotton is of extra fine quality. On account of the limited quantity we secured' we will be able to sell not more than 25 yards to a customer at the special price. Saturday only 6 1-2C In our ad last week we mentioned twelve extra special bargains for Fair Week only, also hold good to and including Saturday. Every one of them is a tempting money-saver. They are worth taking advantage of These specials will Don't miss them. Ask for Home Cash-Discount Stamps A C OB SON'S Ask for Home Cash-Discount Stamps Mrs. F. L. Moon spent Sunday at Mrs. F. J. Richmond's. John Lewis from Muskegon is visit ing at M. J. Richmond's. Misses Chloea and Huby Douglas re turned home from Tetoskey last Mon day. MUs Anna Brown is assisting Mrs. Will Hogan with her housework. Diarrhoea is always more or less pre valent during September. Be prepar ed for it. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy U prompt and effectual. It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take. or sale by all dealers. GOOD STOMACH? Keep a Box of MI-O-NA In Your House and You'll Always Have One A Great Bargain Nine room house, gas, electric lights, barn, chicken park, well, cistern, fine location, 11,650. Call at once. 9.tf Banner Office. I have a word of confidence in Cham berlain's Cough Remedep for I have used it with perfect success," writes Mrs. M. I. Basford, Poolsvllle, Md. Some people eat too much, some drink , For sale h ftU dea,cr8 . o much, and hundreds of thousands :. ., .rr: too of men smoke too much especially In the evening. Use discretion if you can, but if you can't; use wisdom. Take twoMI-O-NA stomach tablets before you go to bed and you'll awake minus a headache in the morning. MI-O-NA stomach tablets are guaran teed to end Indigestion acute or chronic; eo promptly banish gas, heartburn, sour risings, etc They a:e the best remedy for diizincss, biliousness, nervousness, headadhe, constipation, vomiting of prognancy, car or sea sickness, foul breath, nightsweats, bad dreams, coated tongue, languid feeling. And a box only costs &0 cents at W. I. Benedict's and druggists every where. Bartonyille Morris Hinds and wife were callers at Walter White's, Sunday. Miss Cora Douglas of Belding spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents. Mrs. Verne Davis and children re turned home last Thursday from an extended visit with her parents in Wisconsin. EXCURSIONS VIA TH0 Pere Marquette SUWDAY September 17 to Grand Rapid s Train will leave Ueldlnn at 1022 a. in. Returning leave Grand Hap- ids at 6:25 p. m. UOUNI) TUIP FAKES To Grand Itaiilds t .66 Three Points Are Necessary for Success (1) Good Management - - (2) Good Factory (3) Good Hauling Facilities That is the road we travel for succes, and that is the reason why the Orleans Creamery Association has made so great a success of business. The market is slowly improving". Take good care of your milk and cream. It is only the best grade of butter that brings the price. Why not patronize your home creamery? Orleans Creamery Association Chris. Liebum, Manager AR LETH'S School for Dancing Will open at Hubbell hall, Thursday. Sent. 28 at 8 n. m. This is an onoortanitv to attend . tin-trwlstf school, where grace, deportment and the new dances are S demonstrated and taught. 'J School of instruction from 8 to 9:30. Assembly to 12. If suihcient number attend, the school will continue every Thursday. Admission 35c. m m m m : HUBBELL HALL