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If Inll IP & ' Dollar Day at - Hudson's. Just see how far your dollars will go Five Larpre Cans White House Pineapple Two Packages Shredded Wheat Biscuit. ....$1.25 25 All for $1.00 - Two Pounds Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffee. .$ ,75 One Pound Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Tea .50) $1.25 All for $1.00' Three Cans Red Salmon .$ .54 Five Cans Pet Milk 50 One-Pound Can Hudson's Baking Powder . .25 $1.29 All for $1.00 One Ten Cent Loaf of Harvest Cream Bread, 10c, with each purchase of $1.00 or more for $.05 Frank H. Hudson GROCER and BAKER. Mrs. John Tebbell. assisted by a teacher from Grand Rapids, will be gin to teach dancing lessons Friday night at Maccabee hall. Everyone who is thinking cf taking lessons now or later, will do well to bo on hand Friday night, October 20, at eight o'clock. Lessons will be from eight to ten. Assembly from ten to twelve. There will be a dance at Maccabeo hall about the first Friday night in November for the purpose of rais ing funds to finish paying for the piano. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Barbour of Orleans spent the first of this week with their daughter, Mrs. J. A. Cook and husband. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Insley and Ruth Feterson returned Monday from a few days' visit with relatives at Olivet, Battle Creek and Penfield. Loren Purdy went to Ionia Sunday night to begin work again, after an absence of four weeks. Clifford Insley, who is working at Wellston, Mich., says there have been two bears killed there in two weeks. Quite a number from here attend ed the Jake way-Francisco funeral at Lowell Tuesday. Mrs. Riker of Bclding and Mrs. Chas. Dumon, were the dinner guests Wednesday of Mrs. R. L. Dumon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Compton were down in Boston last calling on Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Ayers. Mr. and Irs, Frank Joslin arc again living in 'Smyrna. Mrs. Hattie Moe returned last Fri day from her visit at Hillsdale. E. W. Condon took Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hull and Mrs. Dow and son, Allen, to Grand Rapids last Thurs day. ' The young people of Smyrna, Bar tonville, Cowles Avenue, Otisco and Belding have organized a Friday Night club. The first meeting was held in Maccabee hall last Friday night. Games and cards Were play ed and a lunch of fried cakes, sand wiches, cake, pickles and coffee was served. The following officers were elected: President, Howard Insley, secretary and treasurer, Prudy Cow les. The president apnointed hi3 committees for the next meeting, which will be October 27. Get - Out - The - Dry - Vote is the twentieth century means of settling disputes. I In time, Arbitration should supplant war in deciding differences between great nations. Acceptance, of the 'principle cf Arbitration will render great industrial strikes impossible and even minor differences will come to be ccttlcd by this means. Impartial judges can be counted upon to render fair decisions . To impartial judges cL roofing, we will always be willing to leave decision as to the comparative merii3 of roohngs, confident that intelligent investigation will result in a decision for . ;; -;r::;,-i - i -, :,. An 'investigation' into methods of mnnuf:xturinT would show that caly the best quality of roofing felts is used in CERTAIN-TEED Tocfinj. This is thoroughly saturated with a blend cf soft asphalts the formula cf t!i2 General's Board of Expert Chemists. It is then coated wkh a IJcnJ cf harder a;?ha!t?, which forms an impervious coatir-z and prevents the inner saturation from drying out. This txp!ain3 xrlv CERTAIN-TEED outlives ordinary roofing, and why it is pcrcibh to guarantee it fr 5, 10 or 15 years, according to lly 0, 2 or 3). The responsibility of t! c world's largest manufacturer of roofings and building papers is behind thh guarantcfe; which is consenative, as experience proves that CEHTAIN-TDED outlives the period cf guarantee. The General rr.-!:cs one third c'f Amcrics tupply cf r.phalt roll roofing.;, Hi? facilities arc uncqualcd, and he is able to produce the highest quality roofing at the lowest manufacturing ccst. CERTA INTEED is made in roll?; also in a slate-surfaced shingles. There is a type of CERTAIN-TEED for every kind of Duildin v.ith flat or pitched roofs, from the largest slry-scrnpcr to ths smallest residence or out buildinj. , , CERTAIN-TEED is sold by responsible dealers all over the world, at reasonable prices. Investigate it before you decide on any type of roof. . j General Rocfing r.lanufacturinc Company World Largett Manufacturer of Roofina and Building Paptrt 4' NwYorkOt7 CLIcaira PhHadclpkU St. LooU Dotlon nTIal i FittrLarrh Detroit Smn Fraaclco Le Ansalea ffilwauk CincinH Nw Oiloof f.tIoD apoli SoailUi KannnaCity fadiannpoKa : Atla&La luclimead D Moin llatoft Dwlutb Vcadoa Sfdamw IkpyrlSttttd 13i6i Oetieiftl llootuii WaUulciuilsg Co. RIGHT HERE IN BELDING, YOU CAN BUY CERTAIN-TEED ROOFING DbL'ins iumhr Company, Bclding, .licli, Convention in Ionia The thirty-seventh annual conven tion of the Woman's Christian Tem perance Union is being held in the Methodist Episcopal church at Ionia, this Wednesday and Thursday, com mencing at 1:30 o'clock October 18. A splendid program is arranged for all sessions; those of the day-time are featured by papers, plans and meth ods of campaign work, reports, and usual routine of business, while the evening sessions are full of interest ing numbers from start io finish. Aside from the local pastors of the city, some of Ionia's best musical and literary talent will t be among the specials of the evening sessions. Rev. Father McCarthy, of Jonia, and Rev. C. Jeff McComb, of Nashville, will give addresses on Thursday evening. Every one is most cordially invited to all sessions and especially to the evening session when a full house is expected. All the gentlemen are men of especial influence and ability. Publishers Meet Friday At the adjourned meeting of the Ionia County publishers to be held this week Friday afternoon at Ionia the following program will be pres ented: -- 1:00 p. m., sharp. Report of com mittee on organization, Fred Mauren, chairman, Fortland Review. 1:30. "The New State Field Man," J. I. Haskins, Howard City Record. 2:00. "Watch Out for the Pen nies," II. E. Cowdin, Carson City Ga zette. 2 :.,0. "Printer and Ranker," Rob ert Baerd, Ionia Standard. 3:00. "Schedule of Job Prices," A. L. Francis, Portland Observer. 4:00. "Legal Notices and Cam paign Advertising," Harry Spencer, Ionia Sentinel. 4:30. Good of the order. Adjourn. - Praciic-l C-r- rj In reporting for newspiper3 and write-up items the following should be observed: Write about the coming and goings of your neighborhood those who visit from a distance or from some other town or neighborhood and those who go away on business or to visit. Tell who they are visiting and where and when, and write names plainly and correctly. Don't use nicknames, but always the proper name. Get all deaths, giving full particu lars date, age, residence, cause of death, full name, number of children if any left, and where they live and all other particulars. Give all marriages and particulars for weddings. Give1 accounts of all accidents, fires, new buildings of importance, sale of farms or largo property who sold and who boughtcrimes, if any are committed, with accurate details. Report large crops and crop pros pects. , Report any unusual business acti vity. Report social events, parties, etc., and give names of those invited or attending. Report everything of a news char acter. Leave nothing out which has news value of which will interest readers. . Report nothing of a personal na ture or which will wrong anybody in the slightest. . Don't report rumors which have no foundation or rumors which would in jure a person if untrue. , VzlziTJ to Grtr.1 Lc'- Ccarco Vickery tnd Will Ilavilznd have been in Saginaw this week as representatives of Silk City Lode, I. O. O. F.t to the Michigan Lodp;e, which is holding its annual meeting there. Miss Edith Williams and Mrs. N. Runnells are delegates to the grand lodge, D. of R. Mrs. Runnells, who recently moved to Wyandotte, will join Miss Wlliiams at the convention. Grattan Grange The next meeting of the Grattan Grange will be held Thursday even ing, October 26 with the following program: Song, Grange; roll call, Give an original rhyme about an ap ple; paper, "Our Success With Ap- les, Horence Griffin; music, Fern ielding; discussion, "Under Present Conditions Shall We Hold Potatoes and Sell Beans, or Vice Versa, or Hold Both and Borrow Money to Pay Taxes, etc.," led by Chas. Godfrey, Had to Obey Orders An old colored uncle was found by the preacher prowling in his barn yard late one night. "Uncle Calhoun," said the pcach er sternly, "It can't be good for your rheumatism to be prowling round here in the rain and cold." "Dostor's orders, sah," the old col ored man answered. "Doctor's orders?" said the preach er.. Did he tell you to go prowling around all night?" "No, sah, not exactly, sah," said Uncle Cal;."but he done ordered m'e chicken broth." Sacramento Bee. When you want a new Suit don't forget the man" who can fit your purse as well as your form 500 New Styles TO SELECT-FROM Our Cleaning, Repairing and Pressing is the kind that only a skilled mechanic is able to produce and the cost is no more than the other kind. X v This ad-good for $1.00 on purchase of $5.00 or m'ore until October 31. H. E. LOEWE THE TAILOR 307 W. Main St. Pere Marquette Paying Debts Operating Receiver Kirtp this morn ing authorized the payment of the balance of the defaulted equipment notes outstanding against the Pere Marquette railroad, totaling with in terest to date of maturity $321,338. The current maturities, amounting for the year, including interest, to $583,209 are leing paid as they ma ture. The total of all payments which have been made on defaulted and current maturities for the last two years is $2,459,000. The debts owing to material and supply men having been paid in full with interest find the equipment obli gations having been taken care of, the receivers will now devote their at tention to cleaning up on the receiv ers' notes and certificates outstanding which amount to $3,015,000. Engages in Y. M. C. A. Work Leon G. Forman, who received the appointment as pastor to the Oak Grove charge by the bishop at the re cent M. K. conference held in Grand Ranids. decided not to accent the ap pointment and has been engaged as assistant secretary for the Young Men's Christian association in Grand Rapids. Mr. Forman left Thursday to take up his new duties. Were Stalled in Grand Rapids Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Luick and her daughter, Florence, motored to Fennville Saturday to visit friends, expecting to return Sunday but on reaching Grand Rapids on their re turn, one of the wheels broke a hub and put the car out of commission. Mrs. Luick returned Monday morning by train. VOTERS NOTICE All voters are hereby notified that the boards of registration of the three wards of the city of Relding will bo in session on Saturday, October 28, 191C; at the following places from 8 o'clock a. m., until 8 o'clock p. m.: First rard in the Charles IJrown building; second ward, in the Ames and Unger garage; third ward, in the council chambers at the city hall. The boards will be in session for the pur pose of registering the names or all qualified electors not registered on the poll lists as posted in each of the wards. If your name is not on the poll list be sure to register October 28. F. E. CONANT, 2 wks. ' " " City ClcTk. . 5mriigTi''X,Viiai i Day at Gireat at Waldo's DOLLAR DAY. A Pretty Souvenir Given .with Every Purchase of $2. 00 or over . ar PATTERSON'S 10 bars Lenox Soap 3 cans Dutch Cleanser - . 3 pair 10c Canvas Gloves $1.00 Union Suits All 15c yard piece poods TSulbs for Fall Planting 25c 23c 25c 79c 10c m'xi-KJ"JU-iuuLvwjr .1 . J ; n ft i l i i vi . J. Try GAKI'T SAG Gates and Steels 30 Days at Our Risk CAN'T-SAG GATES are offered to you with the positive understanding that you can use them 30 days at our risk. v You can try one or a dozen on this safe plan and if you don't find them the neatest, strongest, most convenient and best all around farm gate you ever saw, bring them back and get your money back in full. Not a single Can't-Sag Gate ha ever been returned. Every user is-a satisfied customer. We also have the Can't-Sag Gate Steels which includes everything but the boards. With these steels you can make the gate any length to fit the opening. 'Most any body can easily build a Can't-Sag Gate in less than an hour's time. Come in and get one or more complete Can't-Sag Gates or just steels and try them 30 days at our risk. FOR SALE BY Bering Lumber o. :c-h-i ii m j ...'.i' iti- Itf i am $795 Model 85-4 f . o. b. Toledo 795- Model 85-4 f.o.L.ToLJ You OosM to Owe This Csif Its possession will enrich your life and the lives of every member of your family. tThe freedom and wider range of activity ' made possible by such a car are worth many times its price. The price is by far the lowest at which so big and line and comiortabie a car ever soia. B'T the whcelbase is 112 inches. BL AMES & UNGER BELDING, MICHIGAN Tba Villys-OrerUnd Company; Toledo, Ohio Fine it's a beautifully finished, luxurious can Comfortable it has cantilever springs and 4-inch tires. Model 85-6, 35-40 horsepower six cylinder motor, 11 6-inch wheclbase $925. Come in today we can't get them as fast as we sell them so order yours right away. ?LU2lnU.3.A.'!