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TDD BELDLNG BANNED WEDNESDAY, OCTODI3 13, tn5 ORLEANS Mrs. Olcn Beach entertained her brother and wife, also mother from EeldLng Saturday night and Sunday. A lare crowd attended the Ladies' Aid society at the M. E. church on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Younff visited relatives at Portland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Noddins end Mr. and Mrs. Fred Currie and Leone Hale spent Sunday at the home f Mrs. Currie's sister in Grand Ledpe. Raymond Noddins and Carle ton Currie of the M. A. C. were also visitors at the same place. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Beach and Wm. Beach and Stanley, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beach autoed to Grand Rapids Monday to attend a stock show. The first entertainment of the lec tare course will be held at the M. E. church Monday evening, October 23. Let everybody attend. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. John Van Geisen Sunday ed with Mr. and Mrs. Parker Morris. A largo audience greeted Rev. Birdsall at the M. E. church Sunday evening. " Sixteen of the friends and relatives f Mrs. Lucy Clements surprised her , her home Sunday. A picnic din ner was served. All report a very enjoyable time. 1 Mrs. Nettie Easton spent Friday with Mrs. Wm. Beach. . Dan Creighton of Sebewa was a Sunday night guest of Henry Young. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hamman of Belding visited her daughter, Mrs. Sam Clements Sunday. The L. O. T. M. M. of Orleans Hive will hold a fair at the Maccabee and Gleaner hall Friday evening, October 10. A short program has been ar ranged for the early evening, follow ed by a brief visit to the fair dis play, after which a dance will be giv en until midnight only. Everybody tavited. Admission. Mrs. Madison of Ann Arbor is vis iting at the J. M. York home. Miss Dessie Morgan spent Thurs day in Belding. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pitt visited rel atives in Belding Sunday. Mark Hoppough and daughters of Ionia were Sunday callers of Frank Hoppough and Lydia Hoppough spent Saturday and Sunday with them. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Mabel Chickering October 27. The program is as follows: Song, Union; devotional; song, Mrs. Ehlers; recita tion, Mrs.Emma Woolridge; reading, Mrs. Alice Wooldridge; song, Mrs. Elizabeth Murray; paper, Mrs. Ola Graff; general discussion of the sub ject, led by Mrs. McKibben; song, y union; topic for discussion, "The work of the W. C. T. U. in the Sun day school." Every one cordially in vited. The new pastor, Rev. Birdsell ar rived in Orleans Friday and preached an excellent sermon in the M. E. ehurch Sunday evening. : Harry Whimle visited his Barents. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whipple last Sun day. - Mrs. Henry Young, and daughter, Marie, visited Mrs. D. C. Wilber Fri day evening. ; - CO "GROG" IN THE NAVY : Admiral Dewey Approves Cutting Out MThe Wine Mees" George Creel recently Interviewed Admiral Dewey for the New York World. The Admiral gave his opinion about the "win" mess" In answer to the question, "What about the famous frlnking order!" : "A good thing. His answer was In stant. . "There was some feeling about tt at first, because the papers made tan of It, and there waa also an at tempt to make it appear that Secre tary Daniels waa charging officers with intemperance. I think that the feeling has disappeared completely. Every railroad, every great corpora tion, has long had an Ironclad rule forbidding men to drink while on ' duty. Isn't a ship as Important as aj locomotive? Practically every Euro-; ftean power has copied the. order, by the way." ' 'At this point he handed to Mr. Creel an article by Hector By water, the fa mous naval expert, written for a British Journal after a careful study at the American navy. The Admiral bad the following paragraphs marked: "It need hardly be said that the political head of the United States Navy possesses infinitely more power than the civilian First Lord in Great Britain. And there is every Indication that Mr. Daniels has been using his power to the utmost His friends say he has accomplished wonders; his enemies, who are very many, declare that his personal fads and prejudices have undermined the morale of the aaval personnel and made the service a laughing stock. But this charge is not borne out by the evidence. Those best qualified to speak assert that the last four years have witnessed a re markable all-around improvement In the quality of the personnel. Thanks to the Secretary's drastic order short Try after he came Into office. Intern p ranee has disappeared from tha Wavy, and although the drink prohibi tion excited ridicule and bitter op position at the time, the majority of naval officers now agree that It has tad a most beneficial effect on ef ficiency and discipline." Do you stand for that T Mr. Creel asked, looking up after reading the paragraph aloud. ? I would be dishonest if I didn't," Ce Admiral answered, Speaking f lloriaf In the past week we have learned n few truisms: , Lifting a stove is warm work. Association with a refrigerator is not necessarily cooling. The nap that you get while beating a rug is not very restful. There is not a bit of light litera ture in our library. An easy chair is the most difficult to handlePat Cook in Detroit Sat urday Night Beldintf few warn HWPfttttK ) wnaw was? wm( nmoMm wuumhiww At the Huh SATURDAY, OCTOBER Saturday, Oct. 21, the day that will put Belding on the map as a town above the average for dollar buying advantages, will be decidedly interesting in this live store for men, young men and boys. You men who have been waiting for big buying inducements, just turn your eyes on Belding and the Dollar Day Values in this store. You'll find here the Clothing Values that will please you most for those are the only kind we carry. CAP FREE or $1 for any Hat in the 'House on DOLLAR DAY with purchase of any suit for cash at $15 to $25 This offer included cm our entire stock of new fall suits, made by the best makers in the land of good clothes for men. . .The selection we have to show you is most complete, consisting as it does of all the new patterns in the popular "pinch-back" suits for young men -the form-fitting "English" model with plain back, and many plain but pleasing patterns in regular cut suits for men of middle age. No cash register checks will be given on Dollar Day. The following items tell the story of econ omy in detail, and point out the actual saving for Dollar Day here. $3 For Any Pair of Shoes vA h) or 81.00. Cap Free with a purchase of any Overcoat in the house for cash at $15 to $25 Don't fail to see the splendid styles we are showing in the new "tuck-back" and form-fitting overcoats for men and young men. They are made in a large variety of fancy patterns and many of more subdued shades. The fact that the prices are very reasonable is no indication that the quality is not of &s best. WE GUARANTEE THEM. 5 pair Men's Woolen Sox. Regular 25c $ fl values' for - - " DOLLAR DAY $1 for 12 Pair of Canvas Gloves Canvas gloves are selling for 10c straight everywhere. You'll save 20c if you buy a dozen pairs. $1.00 for 5 Pair Men's Sox . Fibre silk sox which regularly ell for 25c per pair. Two Suits of Underwear Heavy fleeced-lined union suits, or two-piece garments. Regular $1.00 value. DOLLAR DAY ONE DOLLAR OFF on any Trunk or Handbag Selling at $5 or more ON DOLLAR DAY BOYS' SUITS FOR $1.50 Forty boys' suits LARGE SIZES-45, 16, 17, and 18 with double-breasted coats and knickerbocker pants. The pants alone are worth the price. For Dollar Day Only $1.50 each.; 20 per cent Discount on all Boy's Overcoats including our entire stock from 5 to 18 years. $1.00 for Three Neckties Your choice of any three of our entire stock of ties for $1.00 on Dollar Day. Boys' 50 cent Cap Free with any boys' suit or mackinaw, except the one lot of suits selling at $1.50 each. Four Boys' Shirts for $1.00 Made without collars. Regular 50c values, while they last, four for $1.00. $1 for any pair of Boys' $1.50 Pants Our stock of boys' pants is very low now so you'll have to come early. ONE DOLLAR FOR Five Pair of Men's 25c Suspenders Bring your family and buy a pair for each of the boys DOLLAR DAY "They have more style and are made of the nicest material I think I have ever seen in suits to sell at anywhere near the price." That's what a young man told us the other day. He was looking at some suits we had just received from Hart, SchafTner & Marx, that were made in the "pinch-back" model for young men. We have only a few of this famous make of clothes now a few cuits and a few overcoats. But we expect to havo more of them in the future for our customers. The Beat None too Good . What we have done in preparing for Dollar Day is being done by every live merchant in this Grand Old Town. A Fur Cap Free with every Fur Overcoat We have some dandy fur coats which are priced very reasonable. The caps are just as good. $2.00 off on any Raincoat on Dollar Day You won't be throwing your dollars away, if you come to our store on DOLLAR DAY THE HUB Fnistoe & DMiae he "New Vay" Store Our sincere desire is, to make our store a store where you can find the thing you want, when you want it, and at a price you -want to pay. , We expect to receive new merchandise every few weeks turning our stock rapidly and al lowing no merchandise to lay on the shelf until it becomes old. Everything we buy will be from houses who are nationally known and whose reputation frill be our assurance that the stylo of the article is correct, and the quality the best to be had at the price. ; ' ' ' ; " To sum it all up briefly: "We are trying to make this a better store for men." ! !" ! A. D. 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