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The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 3

The Livingston Herald from Howell, Michigan • 3

Howell, Michigan
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hold installation of officers at their rooms in this city on Tuesday evening July 12, Hon. George M. Dewey, D. G. M.

of Owo, will be present and conduct the ceremonies. Lodges at Gak Grove, Plalnneld, Brighton and rowlcrviUe have been invited -to be presentanda' good time is expected, Theofficers to be installed are as follrw N. Frank Holt; V. Arthur S. people have pictures of their friends they want some- Wi i-i i i j- r.i iJiiiig goou, uurauie uuu nuiurui, i- and the place to get the same is iSmitu it.

li. V. unuenuen; inj XtSnow. SUNDAY EXCUESIONS. The M.

E. Sunday school adopted resolutions relative to tha Sunday excursions lust week. On Monday evening the S. S. -board inded them and passed others.

The school doubted their authority and after debate last Sunday morning reminded the first lot by a small TOte whl( was d( cided to be Carried but A Sit -3k. 2- "45 :) Brown Block-, Howell, Hictr. 4) Wause first class material, no poor paper, no poor cards and all-work warranted first class or Prices according to no pay. quality of work. Respectfiilly, C.

A. PADDACK failed to endorse the resolutions of the board The Presbyterian school by a rising vote hist Sunday, st down on Sunday excursions, as well as several Sunday customs in town, and appointed a committee to embody the sentiment in a series of resolutions. The committee at the Baptist school presented a series of sweeping denunciations on'the Sunday desecrations in vogue in this city as. well as the excursions and petitioning the common eouncil to stop tha matters. The Superintendent refused to consider them until next Sunday as the Superintendent of the various schools had agreed to meet on Wednesday to agree upon a joint set to be'presented to all the schoo's.

At Oak Grove the young ladies took hold of the matter and unitedly told the boys wliat they thought of it List week and persuaded all but two to abandon going. A much more effective way of handling the matter than all the resolutions that can be drawn. NEW FLAG. 'j Charlie Curliss.tUe jeweler, in trying hi band at harvest Inc. Mis Abbie Phillips of liuneroft, in Isiting Homer Benedict's.

Miles Bullork una family hae goue ti Ashley to peud the Isimmtr. t.Kei)you fl'itrin. is visiting trieuds mid relatives in Howell. U. Prink o( Ann Arbor.

Kpfut fuiiday wlta biuiotlier. Mrs. 0. Davis, Hiss II tie Kowe of Iosco, siiit la wsek at her mule's, Isaae St owe's. LaflUC.

ldJUelc et IMi mouth, her brother C. L. M. Wuodln Is testing from making lorcreara He Is slek but is improving. Wilcox and wile of siient Sunday with HowtsUfdeua.

Mr. Beeves started' for a visit among his children, near Detroit, on the fifth. MeUiilasIikeJr. started for a visit with relatives at Ty, X. Wednesday afternoon.

lsworth Klrtlandls spending a part of his vacation from the State University, in Howell. The Misses Jones, Botnmer and Hobnrt seut i'unday and the fourth with Webbervllle friend Win, Mchols of Lancaster, Ohio, an expert cutter, Is uuw employed with tiarlaitd Ilor- Ullllg. Kev. W.H. Flint ofTlalnueld.

was in town last Faturday mid made a pleasant call at this office. Sirs, rtilltna Stafford, has returned from iiK lirook, for short visit t. her nephew K. II. l'ersou and family, II.

B. (iooltrlch went to Detroit, Wednesday, to take lessons In embalming under Sullivan, the embalmer who took charge Grant's remains. Richard 8nillh and girls, t'alvla Dillon's lioys, and Mlsst'arrie Durgee of Kaplds visited at Win. Smith's, over Sunday. They all remain eseept Mr.

Hmlth, for an extended visit. Jos. Kellogg, family and sister are visiting theircouslu H. II, lerSon' and family. Mm, Kellogg resided in Howell a number of years but has not been here before In eighteen years.

Miss Laura Moleudy bus Just closed her term of school In the Messinger district of Iosco, Her sister Miss Linda Mellendy has also dosed her school in the Marr district of Howell. Both Indies are rery cuccessful teachers. Dr. Will Ppeneer came home to attend to some business matters, the fore part of the week, and returned to his father's bedside on Wednesday. His general reply to questions was that they could not aee that his fat her was any worse and although he was a very sick man, they had hopesof his recovery.

A whiter in the Boston, Gatette says the calf is the restaurant keeper's best friend, inasmuch as it provides his bill of fare with mock turtle soup, chicken salad, chicken croquettes, chicken pot-pie, boned turkey, turkey hash, veal, in its various unmasked forms, and indigestion. BE KNEW WHAT IIE WANTED. sir," said the shoemaker, after measuring tha gentleman's foot, "what kind of a boot do yon want? lean moke you a fine, strong, stout article that will give you the utmost satisfaction." "I want something very light," replied the gentleman." "Very light Yes sir, but allow ma to inform you that the low-heeled, heavy-soled shoe is the most popular and moreover the easiest for the foot There's nothing can beat a low heel and heavy sole for walking." "That may be all very true," rejoined the gentleman, "but I want a very thin sole and the uppers made of the softest of leather." "Just as you say, but I thiak you'll regret it. The low-heeled "Low here, my friendIknow what I am about I'm the father of eleven grown-up daughters, and I wish the youth of the town to know that I wear nothing but the softest and lightest of shoes. Do yon understand?" "I seo, I see." "And if you ever, happen to mention the fact, you might oblige me byaddr ing that my front gate hinges are new and well-oiled, and that I have not kept a dog for fifteen years.

It don't do any harm have "these things known." The shoemaker promised to. mention it and the gentleman took hiailepar ure. Boston Courier. The members of Waddell Post G. A.

It. were treated to an elegant surprise on Friday evening last. When the Post nut in the hall for their regular meeting they found fastened to the wall a beautiful bunt'uf flag 8 14 feet in size. On it was a card which read, "Presented to Wartilell 1'nst with nmiilinifinta of Where They Waddell Belief Corps." Of course this was highly appreciated by the Post and the following resolution was unani-mous'y adopte 1 Resolved, that Waddell Post extend to Waddell Releif corps their hearty thanks for the' beautiful flag presented to us this evening and that this resolution be published in the Howell papers." After the regular meeting adjjurned the door was opened Slid about forty ladies of the Relief Corps entered and served ice cream and cake to the entire post. Speeches were made, songs were sung, a good time was had and Waddell Post has another reason to know that Grand Army Posts can and do succeed better where there is 02 -a an earnest and enei jetic Re'ief Corps such as Howell possesses.

PAIR GROUNDS. The board of directors of the Agricultural society held a meeting lew days ago and appropriated $225 to buy out the Horse Association. The president and secretary were instructed to eonvey the old ground to Chas.Fishbeck the purchaser. The question of new STOUudS was thoroughly discussed smd the meeting adjourned until Saturday, July 23, when the various proposed sites will be viewed and a site selected if possible. Took Things Easy.

(tan Francisco exchange: "Is itpos-f3ler exclaimed the new chaplain to the vent thief in the penitentiary. Are you fifty-two years old My unfortunate friend, you don't look thirty No," replied the thief, humbly. JT1 nt show ray age, but that is because take things so easy." And tbe good chaplain told him that Has right; that care and worry made sen old faster than hard work. Beforebuying any Stoves orHardware call on rate scjjneioiR,.

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