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W'i:iNi:SIAV, AUGUST 12, 1911
PAG I? SIX THE RELDING BANNER Auto audi Sport Page A Page of Interest to Lovers of Outdoor Pastimes SILK CITY TEAM TAKES EASY GAMES DROPS HARD ONES aykaxgmng in team causes ix)ss of st. johns game Excitement reached a boiling point at Athletic Park Wednesday, when lidding and Ionia battled for fourteen innings. Until the sixth the same was loose, Munecke pitching for lield ing and I'elaske for Ionia, each al lowed eight runs during their stay on the mound. In the sixth liarrand re placed Menecke and Iiuttle was sent in place of Pelaske. Uoth teams play ed shut-out hall until the fourteenth. The fans were quiet and the players forgot that there was a crowd watch ing intent were they upon the game. The fourteenth inning gave Ionia three runs and the game. Kemus foil easy prey to Uelding on Thuisday. The Kemus team is a last bunch but is not in the I H iding class. Probably one of the worst exhibit ions of bast ball ever witnessed in lielding was given at Athletic l'ark, Friday afternoon. The St. Johns team came here with the expectation j JL MJJL Wednesday, Aug. 12 IONIA AT BEIDINS Saturday, August 1 5 BELOING AT GRAND HAVEN BOTH GAMES WILL BE FAST FROM START TO FINISH ATHLETIC PARK General Admission 25c MM m auto ohms We have purchased the Cannon garage on north Bridge street, next to the river, and are prepared and fully equipped to do All Kinds of Auto Repairing General Machine Works Expert Workmen We have for sale all kinds of oils, greases and auto supplies. Self serving gasoline. FREE AIR. N. Bridge St. I UDQO DDflTMTDC Bcldine, By the river Lirro unuiutno A live, up-lodalc, clean, newsy and wholesome paper that publishes all the news promptly and in the most attractive manner without fear or favor. Keep your name on the subscription list and tell your neigh lor of the excellent jioints of the paper. Boost for the BAN X Kit all the lime. (jive to it that loyalty which hands of its subscribers. We the fullest extent. -mf irir it 3G of a hard game, but were very much surprised. The Uelding team lighting and wrangling among themselves over a difficulty with the management was in no mood to play ball. Some of the players have been sulking for some time and the whole team seemed on the outs Friday. St. Johns gladly availed themselves of the opportunity to give lielding a good trimming. Hailey worked hard for Uelding but saw it was useless and gave up. Ualley and Gould starred In hitting, Hailey with three hits out of four times at bat and Gould with a 1,000 average, both boys trying hard to keep the team up. The St. Johns team played good ball and did not allow themselves to slack up until they had piled up a thirteen score. Oshinski. playing . second base for Si. Johns, showed that he could cover second just as well as back stop. The lielding team was not out classed, and it w'as not because they could not play ball that they didn't. In the next game with St. Johns lield ing hopes to retrieve all possible honor. The Wassmut h -Finnic rs of Grand Kapids bowed in defeat to lielding ; Saturday, liarrand worked for lield ing against Gerloskl for Grand -Rapids. j The visitors caused a little apprehen- j sion in the ninth by placing men on ! second and third with the score stand- j ing nine and seven in lielding's favor, j Ualley went In ISarrand's place and ' held Grand Rapids. j lielding took another victory at , Portland Sunday; Hailey working; against liaribeau. Ilaribeau. a Grand j Ledge pitcher, has worked for lielding , and it is a credit to the lielding team j to beat him. Portland and lielding , play good clean games and are enjoy- ; ed by the fans. ) Ioiiia-Ucldlng On Wednesday, lielding played j I a twilight contest with the Ionia team for fourteen innings at Athletic ; Park. A small but very enthusiastic j crowd witnessed this long hard fought ; ; battle. The game was good with the , exception of the sixth and fourteenth . Auto Livery Service I am now ready to devote my time and car to taking: you wherever yomcare to go. Prompt service, reason ' able rates. Leave orders at Cecil Gan oung's livery or PHONE 175-B Give me a trial day or night. Alton Spencer 703 W. Ellis Street Uelding - - Michigan Michigan The Belding Banner It deserves your unqualified, support. You can help us to in the following w ays: Call at the ollicc and tell and neighbors. You will in jierson, phone or write. a good pater deserves at the will appreciate your help to innings. In the sixth both teams scored heavily on a series of errors. This game gives Ionia a lead over lielding In their series of twelve games of one game. Ionia has won live games and lielding four. Menecke was sent in to hurl for lielding against Pelaske for Ionia, each working for six innings and let ting In eight runs apiece. Ionia started off by scoring twice In the first inning. lielding scored one In the second, lloth teams tightened until the fifth when Melding hit hard and crossed the plate three times. In the sixth both teams vied with each other for errors, Ionia batted around, .getting five hits and crossing the plate six times. lielding sent eight men to bat getting four hits and four runs. Hits off Meneche 8, off I'elaske. 10. Iiuttle replaced I'elaske fnr Ionia In the sixth and liarrand replaced Mene che for Uelding. Moth teams played shut-out ball for seven Innings. In the fourteenth with the score eight and eight and with men on second and third. Layden hit over second scoring both men and reach ing second. Montgomery succeeded in getting a grounder through Henry and scored Ijiyden, giving Ionia three tallies in the lead. In the last half with their only chance of scoring, Ualley walked. Ire land fanned, liailey was caught off first and Henry popped up an easy in field fly. retiring the side. The score: 1 2 3 4 5 67 8 9 10 11 12 13 14-K II K lielding 01003400000 0 0 0-8 11 4 Ionia 200006000 0 0 0 0 3-11 152 liatteries Meneche, liarrand and Oschlnsky; I'elaske, Iiuttle and Hale. Uelding 4 Ileum 1 lielding defeated llemus at Athletic Park, Thursday In a good clean game. A small crowd witnessed the game. Uelding hit hard and plainly out classed the visitors. The score: 12345678 9 K H F lielding .1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 x 4 10 1 Kemus .0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 3 1 Hatteries Munecke and IJoyt; Chil son and Shepard. St. Jolm-i U Uelding ." liailey on the mound for lielding worked hard but with no support whatever gave up In the sixth. Pfah took his place and finished the game. St. Johns began the entertainment by scoring twice with two hits in the first inning. Uelding crossed the plate for one tally. In the second both tams rushed two scores in, on errors and loose playing. Uelding scored again In the fourth on a hit by Could. In the fifth Uelding went to pieces and the St. Johns bunch galloped around the diamond at will. In this inning three men walked and three reached the initial sack on errors. St. Johns sent thirteen men to bat and with but three hits to their credit scored eight runs. Uelding came to bat in the sixth somewhat sobered and managed to get another run across the plate. Uoth teams played fast and no score was made until the ninth when St. Johns scored one more on error. The score: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 It II E Uelding .1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0? IS 8 St. J'hns 22008000 113 S 2 Hatteries Ualley, Pfub and lloyt: Ashley and Gutzitt. Uelding Defeats V. E'. The Wassmuth-Emmers. of Grand Kapids, were defeated easily by Ueld ing. Saturday at Athletic Park, liar rand worked for Uelding and Gerloskl for the W. H's. In the fifth Uelding got to Gerloskl Automobile Insurance Don't fail to get one of our floater automobile policies that will In sure your automobile while in any , building, garage, or while on the road. THE WAGNER AGENCY continuous and enthusiastic keep it the best w eekly paier us the news of yourself, family be welcome. If you can't call The score 9 II II 12 Uelding .0 0 0 5 2 1 0 1 x 9 8 1 W. & E'a. 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Uatteries liarrand anil Gerloskl and Christian. 7 8 3 Oshinski; I Uelding .1 Portland. 1 , Uelding gained a verdict over Port I land at Portland Sunday. Ualley took 'the mound and with u team playing errorless ball behind him, easily won his game. Haribeau, of Grand Ledge, worked for Portland and played good ball. Portland had a loose inning in the fifth and allowed Uelding three runs. Portland's only score came In the first when they crossed the plate for one run. The score: 1 2 345678! 10 It H K Portland. 1 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 Uelding 00003 200 0 5 7 0 Hatteries liaribeau and DeVormer, Hailey and Oshinski. Charles Oshinski. who has been catching for Uelding this season, was released from the Uelding club Fri day. The trouble was later adjusted by the management and Oshinski was retained to the satisfaction of the fans. Gladstone Henry, lielding's second baseman, has been released by the management of the team and has gone to his home In Grand Ledge. Ulackmore, of the Ionia team, has j been signed to take Henry's place, i Ulackmore shows good form and Is i well liked by the fans. Team Takes Tour The Uelding Independents leave for Ionia Thursday where they play Thuisday afternoon. From Ionia the team goes to Grand Haven, play ing Grand Haven two games, one Sat urday and one Sunday. These teams are fast and it will be a hard trip for the team. ! EAST OTISCO Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sussex and daughter, Reva, spent Sunday at Long , Lake. I Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Johnson and ! sons, Ira and Forrest, and daughter, Ulanche, and Grandma Johnson were I the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; It. T. Abbey and family of Greenville, i J. I). Chauchman of Greenville spent Saturday night and Sunday with Willard Johnson. ! Mrs. Harry Sussex spent from Tues day until Thursday with her daugh ter, Mrs. Uert Whipple and family of , Ionia. George Curtis was a caller at IX C. Johnson's, Tuesday. Mamie and ltertha Johnson and Edna Allison spent Wednesday at the ! lielding Park. RIVER RIDGE Miss Fern Alberts spent Monday evening with Miss Ulanche Antcliff. Mate Antcliff of near Greenville as sisted his father a few days this week with Ills work. Miss Fern Alberts spent Monday forenoon at Millard Station. L. Austin assisted T. II; AntclilT with his farm duties. Saturday. Fred Panghorn cut his hand finite severely while he was at his work in Uelding. Ulanche Antcliff spent Wednesday with Fern Alberts. Mrs. Fred Panghorn spent Wednes day with her sister. Mrs. C. Alberts. Will Murray spent Sunday at M. I. Ilidweiri'. lien Hall called at Thomas Antcliff's on business. Thursday. C. Alberts spent Wednesday evening with Fred Panghorn. Mrs. Jones' daughter from Sheridan, III.. Is here caring for her mother, who Is quite ill. Her daughter, who has been caring for her, returned to her home in Ionia, Tuesday. The picnic held at Long Lake Wed nesday was well attended. Over six hundred were present to enjoy on? good old time. C. Alberts called at T. II. Antcliff's Thursday. Enos Antcliff called at C. Alberts', Wednesday. Mrs. Geo. Hagadorn spent Monday afternoon In Uelding. Uert Antcliff has been assisting Al bert Klch on his threshing machine for a few days. Will Wright and children. Justin Lois, called at T. II. Antcliff's. Tues day evening. John Fisher returned home Tues day after being on a fishing trip at some large lakes north of Six Lakes. John came back very proud saying he fur six hits and five runH. Iy Innings: 1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 Buyers to Share in Profits Lower Prices on Ford Cars Effective from August, 1, 1914 to August 1, 1015 and guar anteed against any reduction during thYit time: Touring Car -Runabout Town Car F. O. II. letrolt. nil cars fully equipped. (In the United States of America only) Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency In our factory production, and the minimum cost In our purchasing and sales departments If we can reach an out put nf 300,000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay ns the buyer's share from 40 to $60 per car (on or about August 1, 1915) to every retail buyer who purchases anew Ford car between August 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices and profit-sharing plan sec WISE & GOODMAN . BELDING, MICH. Protect your tires against breaks and blow-outs by using the . R e d Inn e r S fa n in your casings Prevents 90 per cent of the blow-outs and doubles the mileage when installed according to instructions sure landed some pretty large fish. Mrs. Coyle called on her daughter, Mrs. Panghorn. Thursday afternoon. Will Murray and Andrew Main en joyed Thursday evening at Thomas Antcliff's. Miss Erma ChaUerdon of Uelding was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. William AntclifT, the latter part of the week. Lyle Chatterdon called at Thomas Antcliff's,. Friday. Mrs. Thomas AntclifT and Ulanche enjoyed Friday afternoon in Uelding. Quite a few from Kiver Kldge'are enjoying themselves at the Chautau qua at Uelding. Our mail man went by Friday with an auto. Mrs. L. Austin of Kiver Kidge and daughter, Ethel, from Ionia are visit ing relatives in Suntield. Mrs. Thomas Antcliff called on Mrs. Art .Jones. Friday. Geo. Hetchler visited at Chas. Iirink's, Friday. Wm. Antcliff called on Geo. Hetch ler, Wednesday. I.. Austin assisted T. If. Aantcliff Friday on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Uert Antcliff visited her mother, Mrs. Ichenruth, Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Kavell spent the latter part of the week in Grand Kapids. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. llagadron spent Sunday In Uelding with friends. Mrs. Wm. Antcliff called at T. II. Antcliff's, Sunday. Thomas Antcliff spent Sunday with the home folks. Wm. Thompson, our mail carrier, Is on the sick list. Mrs. Uert Antcliff of Uelding called on Mrs. Wm. Antcliff. Saturday. Mrs. Elsie Moore visited Mrs. Frank Antcliff, Friday afternoon. Miss Lena Alberts was the Sunday guest of Miss Lydia Jenks. Miss Ulanche AntclifT enjoyed Mon day in Orleans visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Sehlosser of Ionia and family were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Ant cliff, Sunday. Joseph Sehlosser of Ionia is the guest of his grandparents for a week. Mrs. Arthur Kowley visited her mother. Mrs. Wm. Antcliff, Sunday. EASTON Mrs. Peter Andres and daughter. Norma, of Easton and Miss Julia Andres of Ionia were Saranac visitors, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Holmes of fir leans, were in Easton on business, Tuesday. Mrs. Howard liradford' of Konald $490 440 690 Sole agents for Firestone Murray's Garage i visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. I Ellison, from Wednesday until Sat I urday. Mrs. Joe Uourgeois of P.attle Creek ; visited friends from Wednesday until I Friday and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cilmore in Ionia, j Miss Julia Andres of Ionia is visiting friends here. ; . liradford & Castel have been doing ; satisfactory work with their hay press ' in this vicinity the past week, i Hugh Nichols returned from Ann Arbor 'Wednesday and is much im proved. I Miss- Muriel Iloppouh of Smyrna J visited her friend, Miss Olive Wilbur, from Wednesday until Saturday. I Kay McKibben visited his cousin, Alvah McKibben in Orleans, Sunday. Mrs. Pierce Jenkins visited her granddaughter in Lansing from Fri day until Monday. j SIIILOII ' The crops are suffering in some localities for want of rain. They seem to stand the drouth In this place better than In some places. We need ' rain badly. j Mrs. Mary Faunt was in Palo, one I day last week. Mrs. Mikesell and son. Floyd, spent a pleasant afternoon with friends In Greenville, Friday. George Minier and family of Grand Kapids visited his sister, Mrs. Alice Comstock, last week. Mrs. Frank Gaines of Flint Is a guest at the home of Allen Hendricks. Don Faunt and Carl Hall were In Uelding one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kae Mlkesell and daughter, Margaret, were the guests of the latter's parentsSunday. Elisha Clifford and Joe Pease ac companied by George Conkey were In Grand Kapids, last week. A Sunday school picnic was held at Long Lake Wednesday by the schools of Palo. Uushnell and Fenwick. About five hundred people partook of a bountiful dinner. Several fine sports August Crop Has Encouraging and Interesting Data The August crop report as given out takes. Note that the dry weather of by the Uureau of Crop Estimates of the past four weeks has had some ef the Department of Agriculture con- feet .in reducing the crop estimate and vcys pome interesting and encouraging yet you cannot help but note the im figures given below and see what an mensity of the estimated and possible Important place in the United States' ! yield both In Michigan and the United production our own state of Michigan States. Here are the figures: r1,,v , , , t , Michigan United States COL.N August 1 forecast Uus. 60.400.000 2.630 000 000 July 1 forecast Uus. 63.822,000 2.916,572!o00 l inal. av. 5 years, 1909-1913. .. Uus. 54,829,000 2,708, 334)o04 ALL' WHEAT August 1 forecast UM. 17,600,000 911 000 000 July 1 forecast Uus. 926 978 000 Final, a v. 5 years, 1909 1913... Uus. 686I69LO0O ')ATS August 1 forecast p,s. 52,400.000 1,150.000.000 July 1 forecast Uus. 51.571.000 1.197,105.000 Final, av. 5 years, 1909-1913 ... Uus. 47,021,000 1,131, 175, 00f UAKLEV August 1 forecast ......Uus. 2.310.000 203 000 000 July 1 forecast Uus. 2,346,000 211,319 0i0 Final, av. 5 years, 1909-1913 ... Uus. 2.216,000 181,873.000 ltVE August 1 preliminary estimate Uus. 6.060,000 43 000 000 Final, av. 5 years. 1909-1913. . .Uus. 5,666,000 34,'916,'oDO UUCKW'EAT August 1 forecast ..Uus. 986.000 17 000 000 Final, uv. 5 years, 1909-1913. . .Uus. 1,051,000 16,616,000 POTATOES August 1 forecast Uus. 3R. 200, 000 370 000 CLQQ July 1 forecast Uus. 37.099.000 360,614 0O Final, av. 5 years, 1 909-1 91 3 . . Uus. 35,273.000 356,627,5(0 HAY (tame) August 1 forecast Tons 3.180.000 69,000,000 Final, av. 5 years, 1909-1913. .Tons 3,004,000 65,987,000 YOU AUTO I am at your service. I have kinds of machine work Batteries, Next to Farmers feed casings. were Indulged In, a ride in Hall's famous steamer, skating and boating, a fine time was pronounced by all. They voted to make it an annual j event. j The dance at Ileth's pavilion was jwell attended Saturday night. About eighty tickets were sold. I Mr. Shores, the aged father of Mrs. J. Waldron of Konald, died after a j lingering illness at her home. He was an old soldier. Mrs. Conner of Easton is visiting her son, Urunson. BRINK Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson of Keene visited Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Howe and J. U. Strain Sunday. In the afternoon they all attended the Chau tauqua at Uelding. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Eckert visited Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Leach. Sunday af ternoon. Mrs. Harry Sussex and daughter, Mi T!llil rtl11ol rry Mu T,.U . . v , i,. v...fvu vii .mi n. noun OJJVII- cer, Tuesday morning. Archie Chlckerlng was a visitor at the home of M. L. Howe, Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chickering visited with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Spen cer, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. C. Devendorf was a caller at Chas. Iirink's Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Regan and daughter, Ivah. of Uelding were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Spen cer. Mrs. Ernest Anderson and Miss Ulanche Hotchklss attended the Chau tauqua, Monday. Miss Adah Mendonsa returned. Sat urday, from Mt. Pleasant, where she had been attending the summer ses sion at the state normal school there. Mrs. Emory Chickering has "anrcd 114 quarts of huckleberries. Every lover of huckleberry pie will want to visit her next winter. Miss Anna Everett of Grand Kapids visited Miss Ethel Chickering, one day last week. MEN lathes and drills and can do all and auto repairing promptly. oil, grease, etc. feed barn, West Main street A. DERSTEIN The Belding Banner Auto Supplies Belding, Mich.