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Vi :iXi :sl.Y,' AUG VST 19, 1011 THE BELDINCi BANNER See That New Front with those handsome fall styles showing thru the glass. You will enjoy the looks of the whole of it. We want th? privi lege of trying some of life new shoes on your feet, so coirje.on in. The store with the yellow streak on the outside. OecC Marriage Are Slack It is reported that Deputy County Clerk Miss Lulu Cook is offering to give one or two marriage licenses away free just to keep herself in practice after the past two months' rush. The demand for licenses has fallen off very much in the .past few days. Korea in 1913 planted 12.430.000 trees in its reforestation movement. Long Lake Skating rink open, daily Dancing every Saturday evening. 0. D. Graham's orchestra of Ionia fur nishes the music. Grocery and. confection ery store in connection. A good place to spend your vacation is the Hotel "Grande Board reason able by day or week. THE EAGLE HOTEL n m other points of interest in Grand Rapids, yet it is quiet and homelike and moderate in prices. European plan. Rooms $1.00, single; $1.50 double. PRIVILEGE OF BATH. THE EAGLE HOTEL Orleans Labor Pay Holding:, Monday Sopt. 7. Mr?. Clark IIoppoURh returned Tuesday from a ten days' visit with her niece at Petoskey. Clayton Colton died very suddenly Tuesday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ed. Treynor. The funeral was well attended Thursday afternoon at the house. Many lloral offerings which show the esteem of neifihbors and friends. Mrs. C. G. Holland returned from ; Grand llapids Wednesday. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Carl Olmstead, who had the mis I fortune to injure her shoulder. Ada VanGuisen of Ionia was in j town calling on a few of her-friends j and to attend the funeral of Mr. Col ton, Thursday afternoon. Otto Schultz, who cut his leg severe ly about two weeks ago, is able to get around on crutches. Mrs. C. D. Kasterbrook has return ed from Butternut, where she has been for a week's visit with friends. Gaylord Clarke of Tomball, Texas, arrived in Orleans Friday for a visit with relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Leach of noar Send your laundry to or s o Baxter's laundry of Grand Rapids turns out real city work and stands ready to make good on any claims without unpleasantness. Call me up and I will call for your laundry. L. W. GEPHART AGENT PHONE 55 IJFXDING - MICH. IS BUT A STEP from the retail, wholesale and financial dis tricts, the principal theatres and GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. lead Boys Demand style in your clothes as well asquality. You get both at Friedman's. Big line of suits for Fall Jf just in send the boy to school in afnew suit. The O Metropolitan The Man's Store A. Friedman Ionia, attended the funeral of Clayton Colton, last Thursday. Mert Eaves was in town calling "on friends, Thursday. ' Mark Ilopnough, wife and laugh ter, Marjorie, were guests of his broth er, Frank lfoppoi'gh and wife, two or three days last week Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strong wish to thank Orleans Farmers' Club, Literary Society, W. C. T. U. and all their friends and neighbors, who ho kindly sent the Mowers and other offerings while they were both ill. Their friends will be pleased to know they are ablt to be out again. Frank Hoppough and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with Win. War ner and wife of Ionia. Uoy Lennett had misfortune to lose a good horse the lirst of this week. Astrca was the cause. Miss llessie Lock wood of Grand Kapids spent Sunday and Monday with her cousins, Mrs. Ada Cheney of Ronald and Mrs. Jennie Hoppough of Orleans. Sada and Lesttr Hulbert were in Ionia, Thursday. Chas. and Edith White, who have been visiting friends in Coopersvllle, and other places, have returned to their homo. Mrs. Wm. Olmstead and Mable were in Ionia, Wednesday. John Cussrr, who visited friends in Hastings last week, returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strong were In Ionia visiting, relatives, Thursday night. Carl I 'uiily of Greenville visited his Grandma 1'unly. Saturday. Look out for th ice cream social given by the Epworth League at the town hall next week. ('has. LaPow was an Ionia pas senger. Saturday. .1. M. York and family and Mrs. O. I'urdy attended the summer family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Sparks of Grand Kapids, Fri day, August 14. There were twenty six present to enjoy the sumptuous dinner served at t-oon. These gather ings have been held among the rda tivs for the past forty-four years. The oldest one present was 75 years of age, and the youngest 12 weeks old. All had a most delightful visit and drove in by auto from Grattan, Otisco, Greenville and Orleans. The W. F. M. S. will be held at the home of Mrs. Cora Jenks, Tuesday, August 2", at 2:00 o'clock. All mem bers be sure to come. Frederick Alderman of Lansing is spending a few days. with his father. John Schult. and family Sundayed at Otto Schultz's. Edith I'eabody spent from Friday until Sunday at Long Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Howe and son are spending a few days with relatives at Coopersville and other places. Myron Spanogle and daughter, Lola, and Anna Anderson of Morley have been visiting friends here for the past week. Wilson I'urdy and family Sundayed at Harry Ellison's in Easton. Hazel Warner was in Ionia, Wed nesday. Kendall Meade has returned to his home after attending school in Ann Arbor. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Collier and Mr. and Mrs. Kay .Ring of IJelding were callers at Jay Olmstead's, Sunday. Margaret Tuttle of Ionia has been spending a few days with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Murray, who have been visiting her brother at Shepard have returned home. John Mcl'herson and family Grattan were over Sunday guests of at Ml-. Wood's. Mrs. W. F. Rickert and children of Saranac are visiting her mother, Mrs. Robt. Howe. Mrs. Evart Warden is visiting rel atives in Grand Rapids. Carleton Currie spent Sunday vith his grandparents in Grand Ledge. Lucile I'.right is spending a few days with Rlanche Glass at IJelding. 1 Jessie Face of Homer is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Alva Face. .The animal picnic of the W. C. T. U. of Orleans will be held at the home of Mrs. ".Alice Wooldridge Friday after noon, August 28. A picnic supper will be served at " o'clock. Every one come and spend a pleasant after noon. The following "program has been prepared: . Solo Mrs. Edith Face. Recitation Miss Ruby Douglas. Reading Mrs. Lottie York. Song Mrs. Wm. Reach. Paper Mrs. Sarah Howe. Music Mable Howe. Paper Mrs. Elsie Lanbertson. There will be a sacred concert at the M. E. church, Sunday evening, August 23. The W. F. M. S. will be held nt the home of Mrs. Cora Jenks, Tuesday, August 25 at 2:00 o'clock. All mem bers be sure and come. Chub Olmstead and family are spending a few days with relatives here. George Young of Remus ate supper with iis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Young, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl HIgbee and son and Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Smith spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. "Walter and Mrs. Wm. Hulbert were Sunday guests at Fred Currie's. Mrs. Fred Higbee and daughter of Ionia visited Mrs. Al. Sabln, last week. Mr and Mrs. Melvin Wlllard and son, Mr. and Mrs. George Wedge and daughter of Grand Rapids spent the first of the week with Lewis Hall and Wm. Reach. Labor Hay IJelding, Monday Sept. 7. Trial Set for August 27 The ca?e of Clyde Trowbridge, in which he was charged with assault and battery on his children came up for hearing this Wednesday morning. The case was adjourned and a new one opened up, In which Trowbridge pleaded not guilty. In the second In stance Nightwatchman Granger made the complaint. It Is now calendared as the People of the State of Michigan vs. Clyde Trowbridge. The case Is on call In Justice Lapham'fl court August 27, at nine o'clock a. m. Fred L. Warner is attorney for the defendant. It will be a jury trial. LOCAL ITEMS About Our Town and It People Iabor Day Reldintf, Monday Sept. 7. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. Pond and daughter, Miss Marjorie, left this morning for Cedar Springs for a few days visit with relatives. Miss Lena MacFarlane was in Grand Rapids, Friday. Miss Mildred Jakuway of Grand Rapids is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Ward. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Noble visited their daughter, Mrs. Lyle Dennlck at Lowell, Saturday. Mrs. Clella Hoover and Miss Grace Travis left Friday on a ten days' lake trip. They went to Chicago lirst where they took a boat to Mackinaw and Sault Ste. Marie. From there they will go to Collingwood, Ontario, on Georgian Ray, and then down Lake Huron to Detroit. Darwin Post of Lowell spent Sun day with friends here. Mrs. Carrie Stall went to Lansing Saturday, to spend to or three weeks visiting Mrs. Robert Watkins. Elmer Kingsbury of Detroit came last Wednesday, to visit his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. G. W. Kingsbury. Miss Marjorie Kingsbury left last Thursday for Grand Rapids, where she Is visiting her sister, Miss Cora Kingsbury. Miss Hannah Helbig returned Mon day to the IJelrockton, after spending the summer In Melvin with her par ents. Mrs. J. L. Pease and daughter, 15es sie of Traverse City are visiting at the home of Mrs. Pease's son, Chas. M. Pease of this cltj'. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Iden of Canton, Ohio, are visiting with their daughter, Mrs. Chas. M. Pease. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McGranahan accompanied them through in an automobile. Mrs. Margaret E. Peck spent Sun day at Ionia, the guest of Mrs. T. G. Stevenson. The Misses Esther and Mildred Lind and Arthur Lind returned to their home at Clarksville today, after spending ten days with their aunt, Mrs. W. L. Covert and other relatives. Miss Mabel Ralley is spending this week with her parents at Raldwln Lake. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Alson Railey, August IS, a twelve potind girl. Mrs. Earl Seely spent Friday in Ionia with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Markle. Mrs. Forest IJeemer and daughter, Margaret, returned from North P.ranch, Saturday, where she has been spending several months with her parents. The Misses P.ertha and Nina Coates visited with Greenville friends, Fri day. Miss Florence Hammond went to Flint, Saturday where she will spend a two weeks' vacation with her fath er, George Hammond. , ' ' Miss Loretta Divine rvtiirned to her home in Chicago, Sunday, after spend ing a two weeks' vacation here. Mrs. Thomas Connelly and grand son, Sylvester Russell, of Grand Rap ids, spent Friday and Saturday with IJelding friend. Mrs. Elva Pickhaver ; of Coldwater is visiting her mother, Mrs. L. E. Cur rie. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cowles and son Spencer Cowles Jr., of Rattle Creek, are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Cowles. Chas. Erusburger am! wife and Os car Clemmons and wife of Lake Odes sa motored here Sunday and visited with friends. They were formerly residents of IJelding. Pay ton O'Morrow :and daughter, Joe, who had been attending the funeral of Mrs. Wm. Fuller, left Wed nesday morning for their home in Covington. The Misses Mildred and P.essie Waite left Thursday for a several weeks' visit in Chicago. See th: gnat naval battle between gunboat ami fort on the river at the Park. ""Friday night free. Go to the park Friday night and see the living pictures and tableaux. Mrs. Etta Payne and her daughter. Miss Lulu Payne, returned Friday from an extended visit at Detroit and other cities. Mrs. C. D. Redmond of Cedar Springs has for the past week been the guest of Mrs. Wm. Coulter, leaving on Tuesday afternoon for a visit with friends at Ionia. Mrs. Kennedy (nee Vanessa Fluent) was a caller at Mrs. Wm. Coulter's on Tuesday. She was on her return trip to Detroit, having visited 'friends at IJelding and Greenville. Mrs. A. II. Caldwell left Tuesday to spend a few days at Traverse City and Petoskey. Charles Schultz of Cleveland. Ohio, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Underwood. Richard Marsh, who has been ill Freeze On To a liberal supply of our Frozen dcliciousncss this hot weather and come to a realization of what a delightful climate you arc liv ing in. We serve you here or In Your Homes FRANK O'BRYON Phont 1M Bcldlnf Round Oak Furnaces "Quality First" In selecting a furnace you should look beyond the first cost. You only buy a furnace once in a long time but coal must be bought every year and, in the case of some furnaces, repairs also. We have customers who have used the Round Oak furnace fifteen years, have never spent a penny for repairs and the fur nace apparently is as good as new. If you are thinking of putting in a furnace this year, we want an opportunity to figure with you. T. Frank Ireland Yellow Front "We Never Sleep" Iabor Day Holding, Monday Sept. 7. for H'me weeks past, in reported as sliphtly Improved. Fred Glldemeister, who had seem ed to be paining, is confined to the house again. Miss Minnie Cook was the over .Sun day guest at the home of Maurice Nash. Mr. and Mrs. George Stout an,d family of Stanwood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred . Warner. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Underwood and daughter, Mary, returned to their home at Athens, Sunday, after spend ing ten days here with their sons, Lloyd and Fred Underwood. The Indies' Social Circle of the Congegational church will meet in the church parlors next Wednesday, Aug ust 26. Work to be done. Mrs. Alice Itrovvn returned Sunday from a four weeks' visit and vacation with her son, Karl I'rown, near Mose ley. Superintendent and Mrs. M. H. Os borne were in the city the latter part of the week making arrangements to move into the Kmma Lamb house. Mrs. F. A. Washburn was a pas senger to Grand Rapids, Saturday. Miss Nancy Mcllroy went to De troit Wednesday for a week's visit. Charles Greiner, who has been visit-, lng his uncle. Dr. G. A. Stanton and family for several weeks, left Tues day. He will visit school friends in several cities and then go to South America. Miss Lina Turner returned to Tier home at Flint, Friday, after attending the Chautauqua and visiting Mrs. T. W. Feck. Itev. Kdrie Collins has returned to his home at Imlay City, after a few days' visit with friends here. Itev. W. A. Hiss supplied the pulpit at the White Swan church, Sunday evening, in the place, of Kev. H. S. Hills, who is away on a "vacation. Kdna Wright has been granted a divorce from James Wright, on a charge of cruelty, alimony $1. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Washburn and son have returned to their home in IVE WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW that the Steele store is here and doing a nice business. Call and get acquainted and see our goods and prices. We are showing a nice new line of fruit bowls. STEELE'S VARIETY STORE Belding, Mich. West Alain Street, North Side Ming Goat mi Dgg Go. COAL - WOOD - CEMENT - ICE SOLE AGENTS FOR BELD1NG GAS CO., COKE All kinds of Coal and prompt delivery. Howard Colliery Co.'s Best Soft Coal Mined. Randall Washed Nut for the range, no ash no soot, burns up clean. Agents for Belknap Cement Products Drain Pipe, Glazed Sewer Tile, Building Blocks and Brick. Phone No. 198 Pleasant Street Opposite City Hall as Chicago, after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Washburn. Will Ware of Ionia spent a few days here this week. The Misses Mary and Emma I'inkham of Ann Arbor were the over Sunday guests of their uncle, Dr. J. F. I'inkham. Miss Mary I'inkham is well known here, having taught in the local high school several years. A. M. Simmons and son, Lyle, were Grand Kapids visitors, Tuesday. NEWS . OF THE DORMITORIES The Itkliardson Miss Carrie Statfield Sundayed at Greenville. Miss Klla Armour spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Richardson. Mrs. Caddie DeGraw of Howard City spent Chautauqua week with her mother, Mrs. I'owers. The Misses Elsie and Sarah French together with their guests, Mrs. French and Mrs. Thurston enjoyed an auto ride to Greenville, Thursday. Miss Neva Emory spent Sunday at Stanton. Mrs. French and Mrs. Geo. Thur ston of Moseley are guests of the for mer's daughters, Misses Elsie and Sarah French. The Richardson was well represent ed at the Chautauqua. The program was Immensely enjoyed by all. We will be there in full force next year. Miss Mary Rolph spent Sunday at Smyrna. Miss Katherine Abel spent Sunday In Grand Rapids, visiting friends. Miss Velma Warren left Saturday for her home at Howard City, where she was called by the dfrath of her 1 father. I Miss Clara Mapes of Fentwater re j turned to her work in the doubling j room after a prolonged vacation. ! A. H. Smith of Chicago spent Sun : day In Relding and incidentally visited I Miss Mabel Loonier. Ti'try LII 7J rj f mm wm m ,ir u Showing Hot Blast. Burns foot and paees makes Emoke clear. The grates part way out easily and quickly changed. The casing cut away to enow double wall, making air fpace in eidea and top. The large doublo feed-doors made and fitted the Bound Oak way will never warp. Large, capa cious ash-pit, cast in one frece; . abeolutely air-tight will hold water. ' ' MVANLTD(ffii5 HTHERE IS & just one question which you must settle with your self sooner or later, that is, "How much longer am I go ing to be satis fied with clothes of inferior qual ity?" Settle it per manently by hav ing us take your measure today. Your first or der will make you a satisfied customer for all time. Scott's Belding, Mich.