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WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916
THE BALDING BANNER
ORLEANS
There will be an ice cream social
at the M. E. church Friday evening,
July 7. Everybody, .is invited.
Joo Howard is the owner of a new
Overland car.
Frank Hale and Marion, Mr. Cot
ton and Alice Wilkinson motored to
Croton dam in Newaygo county Sun
day. Frank Freeman of Indiana called on
friends in Orleans the past week.
Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Hoppough of Ionia. Mrs.
Hoppough was lormerly Miss Olive
Wilbur.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Decker and
family spent Sunday with the former's
son, VValter Decker in Lake Odessa,
Mrs. Ernest Leach left Sunday for
ML Pleasant to attend summer school.
Malcomb Ward rop went to Ann Ar
bor Tuesday to act as best man at
the wedding of Kendall Meade; a
former Orleans boy.
Myra Lane is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Sylvester Dennehy in Ionia.
Mrs. Wm. Beach is on the sick list.
Mary Christensen visited with Mrs,
Hugh Barbour the latter part of the
week.
A' number of young people gathered
at the home of Frank Hale Tuesday
evening to help their daughter, Mar
ion, celebrate her birthday. The even
ing was spent with games and music.
Refreshments of ice cream and cake
were served. Miss Hale was present
ed with a beautiful manicure seL
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stanton, Miss
Allie Sabine, Albert Salzman and Miss
Florence Nash of Belding Sundayed
with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Sabine.
Mrs. Edgar Olsmtead went to Flint
Friday to visit her son, Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Easterbrook are
visiting his sister at Freeport.
Mrs. Justus Beatle of Evart visited
his daughter, Mrs. Fullert Christen
sen recently.
The Orleans W. C. T. U. met with
Mrs. Lois Musselman on Friday after
noon, June 30, with a good-sized crowd
in attendance. After the usual rou
tine of business we listened to a, good
program. Mrs. Beadt, county super
intendent of the flower mission, gave
a fine paper on "The Life of Jennie
Cassidy," the founder of the flow
mission. She also gave us a fine
solo and responded to an encore. Mrs.
Beadt was accompanied on the piano
by Mrs. Murry and Ona Musselman
Everv number on the program was
well recieved. At the close of the
meetiner the iruests repaired to the
lawn, where they had thenr pictures
taken.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Treynor and
children attended the golden wedding
aniversary of Mr. and Mrs. James
Lyle Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Wilbur of Keen
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hoppough and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoppough of
Ionia spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
DeWitt Wilbur.
OAKFIELD .
The social at Clyde Reynolds' net
ted $15.00. i
Albert Bownman and Paul Satter
lce of Flint are guests at Frank Bow
man's. Paul Satterlee has been a
resident of Sacremento, California for
several years.
The farmers in this vicinity have
comemnced haying and the crop is a
splendid one,
Mrs. Jessie Galentine and children
of Holland are spending a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Sanders.
Lightning struck Miles Bowman's
house during the recent storm and
knocked the telephone from the wall
and tore off some of the siding from
the house, but no one was injured.
KEENE
"Robert Sparks and Mrs. Floyd
Sparks and son, Alden, were in Beld
ing Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Higgins and
Anson Dodds spent Wednesday in
Saranac.
Marks Reuben of Grand ' Rapids
was on our streets Wednesday.
Mrs. Ed. Frost spent Wednesday
in Belding.
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Here's a trip you will
enjoy. The spicy road
leads straight to the
grocer man and Zu Zu,
the spicy little snaps that
please everybody
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M. E. Higgins was in "Belding
Tuesday.
Fay Clark called at Jim Hopkins
Monday.
Mrs. GofT took dinner at Walter
Higgins' Monday.
NORTH EASTON
Mrs. Helen Gott walked over, to
see Mrs. Abbie Parmerter Wednes
day Corenoon, She makes the trip
quite often, both ladies here mention
ed are 83 years old this fall.
Mrs. Rob Forman called on Mrs.
Belle Strong recently.
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krick
and son, Louis of Brink motored to
Ionia and Easton and visited with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Krick. Mrs. Charity Powers, who had
been visiting in Belding and Brink,
came down with them to stay with
her daughter, Mrs. Levi Krick.
Mr. and Mrs. Wood of Ionia drove
up to Ben Penny's Sunday.
Mrs. M. Guernsey of Ionia, Mrs.
Belle Strong and Mrs.. Will Lord
were guests last Friday of Mrs. Sarah
Moon.
Mrs. Ben Penny, who has been vis
iting her daughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Dicott and daughter,
Lucile, returned home to Grand Rap
ide Thursday, accompanied by her,
granddaughter. '
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Blackmer of
Crystal were Thursday guests of Mrs.
Ed. Vance and family. '
Mrs, Belle Strong ( entertained her
brother and wife Tuesday.
Mrs. Levi Krick was a Wednesday
forenoon caller at Mrs. Elma Gott's.
' GRATTAN
Miss Hazel Osmer wishes to thank
the Grange for the beautiful bouquet
sent her, while she was sick.
Erwin Brownell js very sick with
the measles.
Mrs. Stoddard of Cedar Springs is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Clarence
Ballard.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Elkins and
Mr. and Mr3. Jim Donovan autoed to
Belding Saturday evening.
The Carter show moved Sunday to
Harvard.
Fred McGinnis had the misfortune
to break his collar bone.
Mrs. G. M. Spencer and Mrs. Matie
Spencer spent last Thursday shopping
in Grand Rapids.
Clyde Wolf of Grand Rapids visited
from Saturday until Tuesday with his
parents, Manly Wolf's.
Mrs. Claude Elkins received a let
ter last week from the war zone.
A. Wells and Piatt Rowland moved
the household goods of C. E. Pelter,
who taught the Grattan High school
last year, to Belding, preparatory to
ship to Saginaw, where Mr. Pelter
has a position as assistant manager
of the prohibition campaign with his
brother, who js general manager in
Saginaw county.
Jacob Ockerberg and wife and sis
ter, Anna, spent Sunday afternoon at
Albert Johnson s.
Leo and Edna Brownell, Luland
Storey and Rowland Donovan took
Sunday dinner with Naomi and Nor
ma Elkins. The afternoon was spent
at Bostwick lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Piatt Rowland and
daughter, Edith, will spend their
Fourth with Mrs. Rowland's parents
in 'Rockford.'. Miss Edith will re
main for a few days' visit.
Grattan Grange
Sev.enty members and many visit
ors met last Thursday evening in a
hall made beautiful with hundreds of
choice roses as a tribute to Flora. , A
very pleasing feature was a floral
drill by six young ladies and six young
gentlemen patrons. Ice cream and
cake were served and the young peo
ple danced the time away until the
heavy rain dispersed them.
Program for July 13:
Song Choir; ' 1
Tell some story of our history
Geo. Smith, Clint. Green, Piatt Row
land. .
Reading Leon Whitten.
Song Mrs. Clint Green. .
Paper "What Form of Recreation
Do You Consider Most Practical for
the Farmer in Summer."
Music Avis Partridge.
Recitation Carroll Smith.
A man seldonv realizes the worth
lessness of his earthly possessions
until he tries to pawn them.
NOTICE
Belding city taxpayers
your summer taxes are now
due and payable at city hall.
I will be there, on and after
July 6th.
C. A. ROWLEY,
2w Treasurer.
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Our
Rill-of-Fare
for
Summer
Comfort
Feather-Weight Extra Trousers With
Plenty of Style
Serges, flannels and crashes in Palm Beach
shades, grays and white with narrow black
stripes; perfect tailoring and fit . - -
$4.00
and
$5.00
Straw Hats A-plenty
Our big straw hat stock is at your
service. Here you will find the style
that you liks best and looks best on
you at your price. Get it now because
you want a full measure of service.
$1 - $1.50 - $2 - $2.50 - $3
lummcr oir m popular Values
As the days grow warmer, the great
er becomes the demand for comfort
assuring shirts. Both in quality nd
style, our lines cannot be surpassed.
We recommend them to all men who
want comfort plus service. j
50c to $3.00 (
We are well stocked up with summer hosiery, bolts, underwear and caps.
Values that satisfy.
At the age of , three score and ten
a man may realize how little ho
knows although his wife could have
told him many years earlier.
BRINK
Mr. and Mrs. Irvm Olmstead of
Eureka, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Chad
wick and son of Chadwick were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Snow
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves and two
children of Cook's Comers spent Sun
day with Mrs. Reeves' parents,
tmory Lhickering ana wife, v
Will Cobb and wife of Beldine were
the bunday guests of Mrs. M. J. Hoi-
comb and Geo. Wiley and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Leach spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
rred Iltuchert of Belidng.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson and
J. D. Strain motored to Ionia Sunday
afternoon and attended the lecture
given by Mrs. Maude Ballineton
Booth, head of the Salvation army of
America; at the Chautauqua grounds.
Mjss Hazel Snow and two lady
friends and a gentleman friend with
Don Dean as driver, motored to Low
ell Sunday.
v Archie Chickering and Leo Burns
with Miller G. Ashe of Ionia went to
Detroit Wednesday evening and came
back 1 hursday with a new Dodge car.
- Mrs. O. A. Nummer and daughter,
Ida, with Mr. and Mrs. Will Leach
called on Mr. and Mrs. Ross Chicker
ing Saturday evening.
Mr. ami Mrs. Geo. Hanks of Smyr
na spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Choate.
Mrs. Alta Hopkins of Greenville is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hiram Eckert, for several days.
Ernest Anderson and wife attended
a party at Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Ober
lin's Thursday evening and on account
of the fearful storm they remained
over night with Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Oberlin.
Brink correspondent ofTers congrat
ulations to Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
Kilborn.
SARANAC
Chas. Locher, Frank .Gamsby, Dr.
M. B. Wilkinson and M. A. Wilkinson
and Gleason Gamsby and their fam
ilies are spending the Fourth at Fair
Oaks, Long Lake.
George Barry of Ionia is spending
the week-end with his brother, James
Barry.
D. D. Wilson went to Ann Arbor
for an operation Tuesday. Rev. F.
Woolley accompanied him.
The Chautauqua at Ionia was well
represented by Saranac people last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Watt visited his
father, S. A. Watt several days last
week.
Dr. and Mrs. Plynne Earle of Grand
Rapids spent the Fourth at Long
La ke.
The Misses Roma and Josephine
Strowbridge of Sand Lake are visit
ing their sister, Mrs. Morton John
son. Miss Pearle Hubbard and Shirley
Ritz of Hastings were married June
22. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Courter
gave them a reception.
Menno Webber and wife are at
tending the R. F. D. convention at
Charlevoix this week.
B. F. Wilkinson has bought a new
Willys-Knight Overland of the Ionia
Sales Co.
James Stewart and Wheeler
Schiern left with Co. E. of Ionia for
Camp Grayling.
L. L. Winslow returned from Sas
katchewan, Canada, where he has
been investigating his real estate interests.
RIVER RIDGE
Mrs. Mabel Boyn and Mrs. James
Farrar spent Thursday afternoon vwith
the letter's mother, Mrs. T. H.' Ant
cliff. Little Mildred Canfield ha. return
ed from an extended visit with rela
tives at Kalkaska.
Enos Antcliff and family have re
turned from Hillman, where he spent
the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. James Farrar left
Saturday morning for Lakeview for a
few days' visit with relatives and
BIG BARGAINS
IN
NEW ROOFING.
Urowa (Iravcl Roofing,
$1.50 per roll.
Rubber Roofing,
$1.65 per roll.
Small quantity of mixed
grades, $1.35 per roll.
Each roll complete with suffl.
clcnt nails and cement to enable
you to lay properly,
WRITIS FOR SAMPLES.
Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.'
Wh&l 1 Have Donne: '
How Yom May Possess Me
I am. small, yet have I accomplished big things. I have lessened the
V .burdens of thousands; many, I have carried from poverty to wealth. I
have bought farms and built homes; mortgages have been paid by me.
Children have been educated with what I command and one of the
greatest services I have rendered mankind has been the lesson which comes
to the young from possessing me.
I have been an inspiration to the home-maker, an aid to-the ambitious,
v To the sick and unemployed, I have furnished succor until .earning power
returned.
Where I am, age is not feared and.infirmatity brings with it no terror
of want.
Valuable as I am, you need pay no price for possessing me.. Who
ever you are, whatever,your age, the BELDING SAVINGS BANK will give
me to you without cost', for I am the savings pass-book, investment ideal
for all ages.
This strong Savings Bank is each year placing hundreds of my kind
among the people of Ionia county As these people are being helped, so
can I help you.
Call and ask for me today. You will find me in The Bank On The Cor
ner of which Mr. Lambertson is cashier.
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rollo of Green
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Pierce
were callers Wednesday at Geo. Ant
clifT's and also at James Farrar's.
Mrs. Minnie Rich. of Greenville was
the guest of Mrs. Geo. Antcliff one
days last week.
'Mr. Knudsen. has nearly completed
the house he has been remodeling for
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bidwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rollo of Green
ville were the guests of the latter's
brother, T. H. Antcliff and wife Sunday.
BUY AT HOME DEPARTMENT
ALWAYS DEAL WITH YOUR
responsible merchants for dry goods.
We can compete with anyone any
where, and we stand back of all our
eroods every time. See us first, h..
C. Lloyd.
WHEN IT COMES TO SHOES
our line will suit you as we carry only
the best grades and our prices are
riirht. We are boosters for Belding
and Home Trade. Orlo Morse, Shoe
Store.
LOOK UP YOUR PANAMA HAT
have it cleaned will save you
money. You will soon need it. Don't
forget we doctor up your sick clothes,
too, and make suits to order, liurt
Curtis, 111 ,W. Main St.
IF YOU NEED LADDERS OF
any kind, extension and plain, any
length, . see us before you buy. We
have an excellent assortment Beld
ing Lumber Co.
HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED
the electric way, while you wait. We
do all our work right and can please
you. Ladies and gents' Shoe Shining
Parlors in connection. 120 So.' Bridge
street, Arnold Schmidt.
HAVE YOU EVER BEEN ASKED
have vou a bank account? What
n Hiffprenfe it will make to sav yes.
Your credit is established at once. We
pay interest on savings accounts.
See us. Peoples' bavings LJank.
OUR MOTTO IS TO LIVE AND
ot live: our nrices and fair treatment
will win your confidence and patron
nrrp. We are firm believers in Home
Trading. Our interests are mutual.
See us. Belding Hardware Co.
DECEIVE WITH PICTURES
XOW GET READY FOR SUM-
mer w'ith your electric supplies. We
have a large line of all kinds electric
rons, toasters, we install electric
plants. Don't live in darkness, have
your home wired. Spencer Electric
Light and Power Co.
JUST STOP AND THINK WHEN
it is hardware, stoves, paints and
innrtinrr rrnnfl nlnmViinr Vl fn t in V.
nnr tnrn i in Beldincr and everv
dollar you spend at home helps the
town. T. rranK Ireland co.
A LITTLE HIGH LIFE 15 ALL
right if it is one of our Belding Star
cigars. It is made in Belding by a
Belding firm. Try one, see how you
like it. Dell Rowley. ,
Tin YOIT COOK RY GAS? IT IS
cleaner and cheaper. Seo our large
line of gas stoves and ranges, water
heaters, Welsbach gas lights, reading
lamps, arc lamps, etc. Belding Gas
Works.--";.
MAKE UP YOUR ORDER FOR
irroceries but don't send it to a mail
order house. Wo can beat their prices
every time. Wo stand back of our
goods. W. L. Covert, 902 So. Bridge
street.-'...'
THE REXALL STORES ARE ALL
reliable and leaders in drug lines. Sco
our large stock of wall paper. You
don't have to pay for any you don't
use. Harry J. Conncll.
OUR MOTTO IS TO LIVE AND
let live; our prices and fair treatment
will win your confidence and patron
age. -We are firm believers in Home
Trading. Our interests are mutual.
See us. Belding Hardware Co.
DONT nE A RAINBOW XHAS
er; you will find a pot of gold at our
store if you select your watches and
jewelry here. Fine watch and clock
repairing a specialty, M. L. Willough
by, Jeweler. ,
tCopyrisMed, 1311, by Thomas J. Sullivan.
A book with pictures and a book
without pictures differ nearly as much
as a room with windows and a room
without windows, Xor picture are loop
holes of escape to the soul, leading It
to other s:enes and spheres where the
fancy for the moment may revel, re
freshed and delighted. They are win
dows of imprisoned thought.
A picture Is Invariably an exaggera
tion of the object reproduced, and, gen
erally speaking, to "please it must de
ceive. Of Deceptive Value.
The deceptive value of drawings or
paintings over photography Is recog
nized by no one more fully than by the
great catalogue houses, hence their
adoption of the most expensive method
of displaying their goods to the public,
well knowing thnt photographs tell the
truth, so far as n correct pictorial re
production Is concerned, nnd would not
be conducive to f;ood business methods
when the goods oftered are faulty.
How ninny fanners would think of
buying a cow from a picture in a
newspaper or catalogue, with just a
name nnd description under it? Of
course the -description would say that
the cow was a fine black nnd white
cow, weight SCO iounds nnd so many'
hands high, free from blemishes nnd
offered at the reduced price of $.10.97
because of a spot cash deal with a
Ktock farm which failed.
There is ns much sense In a pur
chase of that nature as there is for a
farmer to buy a buggy, "our own
brand," at $2l-70,when he can get the
real article from his home dealer for
$25 and have the privilege of Inspect
ing it before buying. And no freight
to pay.
While talking to a farmer the follow
ing was gleaned: "Farmers, as a rule,
do not like to send their money to Chi
cago or any other place for their goods.
They would rather buy of their local
merchants If their prices are not out
of reason. Merchants generally buy
their goods where they can get them
tho cheapest, whether In Chicago, New
York or Asia, no matter how much of
the same goods the farmer has to sell.
The price is the first and last consider
ation. They fix the price of what he
sells as well as what he buys. Can
the farmer be blamed for buying
where ho can get the best bargains?
Ho wants to enjoy the same privilege
as tho merchants do. Fair play is all
ho wants."
Cath at Home Too.
Local merchants will quote prices on
goods so low that catalougo and mall
order houses cannot duplicato them.
But you must pay cash. Mall order
houses demand the cash In advance.
Why not pay the local merchant in ad
vance? Besides, when you buy from
a catalogue you send your money
away from your homo town. You buy
from a picture and wait a week or
ten days for the goods to arrive; then
yon open up your "prize box1 to see
what you really have drawn in the
lottery and what you ITffe to show
for your money. If you have drawn
one of their "baiU" you tell your
neighbors and friends about It In fact,
you will tell every one about It- If
you find, as' is usually the case, that
you were "stung" you say nothing
about it; your lips aro sealed as tight
ai deatli.
STOP AND CONSIDER THIS IF
every consumer of flour would buy at
home what it would mean to Belding.
Our mills are here and our Moss Rose
brand is guaranteed. E. E. Chappie
& Co.
DO YOUR MEAT SHOPPING
where you know you will get right
treatment and the best in fresh and
salt meats, fish etc., sausage and poul
try. We are boosters for Belding.
Model Market, Fish & Young.
t YES, I DO MERCHANT TAILOR
ing and French dry cleaning, repair
ing and pressing. You can be sure
of the right kind of work and I guar
antee to please you. H. A. Loewe.
The Tailor.
GIVE US A CHANCE FIRST.
Our prices on groceries will keep your
money in Belding, besides you are
not taking chances. We are boosters
for Belding. E. E. Hudson, Grocer.
JUST INSIST ON HAVING YOUR
bread order come from home bakeries.
It keeps your money at home and
helps your town. Our grocery line
will suit you. Frank H. Hudson.
A FIRST-CLASS GARAGE IS A
boon to any community. We can re
pair any make of car and handle
Goodrich tires. Large line of acces-'
sories carried. Kjskey Garage, Beld
ing Michigan.
WHY BUY JEWELRY FROM A
picture- book, they all look alike. Bet
tvr deal with vour homo itvli ca
what you buy; see us first. R. II.
Waldo, Jeweler.
WAGONS! JUST UNLOADED A
car. Pekin Wagons! fnm in arA
look them over. Belding Implement
KjO.
ALWAYS SEE THE BEST IN
uiuviu pii,uit:s. cee our uauy pro
gram on curtain; changes every day.
Our theatre is well-ventilated. Keep
Dosted; we show the best Empress
DO YOU KNOW THAT EVERY,
pair of shoes you buy out of town
hurts your community. You can do
better at home with your local deal
ers. See us first Smith & Whitney.
A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF WHITE
trimmed hats anda complete show
ing of Sport Hats at The Belding Hat
Shoppc.
WE USE NO CHEMICALS IN
OUr laundrv rtllTA nr arA nrof
that s all. We wash carpets, too, Cc
a yard. We are boosters for Belding
every time. Silk City Steam Laun-
A A T T71 n
uif u. runs, i rop.
IWY YOUR CLOTHING AND
Shoes hero nnd wo will se tbnt mn
always get as much or more than the
same money will buy elsewhere. The
Hub.
BELDING SAVINGS nAKk.
capital, $50,000.00; surplus and pro
fits, $20,000.00. Your business solicit
ed.
WEDO A REGULAR Tl ANTTTVfi
business; besides pav 5 per cent on
time deposits. Our largo capital and
resources are at your commnnrt.
Fafetv first, is our mntfA a
Sandell's Bank, Belding, .Mich.
WE CAN coMPrrrr. wtttt aw.
-- ----- - - ' -one
anywhere and carry a large line
of everything in Clothing, Gents' Fur-
nisnmgs, etc. vm appreciate your
patronage. A. Friedman.

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