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VfEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1918.
THE D ELDING DANNEIMJEVS PAGE THZZH Local Items All About Our Town And It FcopU Miss Rosina Bignoll left Thursday for Cavalier, North Dakota, where she will teach manual training the com ing year. s Mr. and Mrs. Toney Powell of Greeuville have moved to this city and are residing in one of the Len Weeks houses on North Bridge street. Mr. Powell is an employe of the Bel ding Foundry Co. and was one of the boys who helped that company put up a 100 per cent subscription flag by taking a Liberty loan. Also one of their first acts was subscribing for the home town paper, the lianner News. . Fred Olger and family were in Ionia on business last Monday. Delmar Warner and wife of Ionia were the guests of his mother, Mrs. Fred Olger and family, Sunday. Bushman and Bayne In "A Pair of Cupids," at the Empress Saturday. Don't miss Fatty Arbuckle in "Good Night Nurse" Saturday at the Empress. John lloskin of Keene was in town yesterday. The Misses Alice Rhodes and Eliza, both Olger went to Mt. Pleasant on Thursday, the latter to attend Normal school and the former to visit her brother, George Rhodes and her sister, Miss Carrie Rhodes. . "Hearts of the World" at the Em press, next Monday and Tuesday. Edna and Earl Smith are visiting their aunt. Mrs. Marie David at Ionia. Lyle Fox is engaged in painting a house near Stanton this week. Melissa Cobb was a guest at the home of her son, Silas Cobb, west and north of the city last week. Fatty Arbuckle will be shown on Saturday and Sunday at the Empress. Fred Olger and wife were in Ureen. ville visiting at the home of his son, Homer and family Thursday. Miss Marie Jones was a guest at the Chadwick school Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mast have left this city and gone to Chicago, where they will reside in the future. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Peck, daugh ter, Miss Hazel and son, Harold, of Grand Rapids, were the over Sunday guests of her brother, Harry Stacey and wife. Wilbur Evans of Crystal left here Monday morning for Kalamazoo after having been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jud W. King. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Griffiths of Louisville, Ky., are visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Mary Backus of Wallaceburg, Ont., who has been visiting at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Orval D. Backus, for the past month, returned on the noon train Monday to her home. Any hair or scalp trouble you may have will quickly vanish after a few days' use of Parisian Sage. Wort ley & French sell it on guarantee of money back if not satisfied. adv. "II. C. II.", ''Liberty" and "Black Seal" cigars will please you. Try them. Adv. tf Sergt W. J. Myers, the Canadian Black Watch member, who has got so that we regard him ai a permanent Vesident of this burg, went to Lansing on the noon tram Monday. . Miss Mary Pressly returned to her home at Ionia Monday noon alter a short time visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pressly. Miss Pressly came home to help her mother observe the latter's birthday. Dale Klock and William Van Geisen went to Mt. Pleasant Monday morn ing to take up the course in military training at the Central State Normal school. "Hearts of the World" at the Em press, next Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. James Riker and two children left here Monday morning for Grand Rapids where she will join Mr. Riker and where they will make their home in the future. Frank H. Davis returned Monday morning from McBrides where he had been visiting at the home of a daugh ter for several days. Fatty Arbuckle in "Good Night Nurse" at the Empress Saturday. Stanley Glass went to Kalamazoo Monday, where he will enter college. Chas. II. Biss ofOutlook, Sask., ar. rived Monday afternoon to visit at the heme of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Biss and also to answer to his draft call. He is principal in the schools there and this makes his sec ond visit to appear Deforo the draft board, being rejected both times. Mrs. D. O. Thompson, who has been spending the summer at the heme of her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Hansen, at Grand Haven, returned to her home in this city Saturday. o are triad to 'see Mrs. Thompson back home again. Mrs. M. L. Peck entertained her nephew, Hampton R. Moore, of Grand Rapids for the week end. The Green's Ladies' Aid society will meet with Mrs. Fred Wheeler, Wed nesday, October 9. Mrs. August Wendlant and baby of Coral were the Sunday guests cf her mother Mrs. Moore and her sister, Mrs. Glen Granger. ' Forest McCcnnell of Grand Rapids visited his sister, Bertha McMahon, of this city last Wednesday. "Hearts of the World" next Monday and Tuesday at the Empress. One performance only each night. Mat inees both days. Seats now selling. Wanted, plain and fancy sewing. Mrs. O. A. Nielsen, 501 Pearl street. Don't forget "Hearts of the World" next Monday and Tuesday at the Em press, the greatest play Griffith ever produced. "Hearts of the World" at the Em fpress, next Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Fred C. Powell spent Sunday in Grand Rapids as guests of his sister, Mrs. Earl Siford. Fatty Arbuckle in "Good Night Nurse" Sunday at the Empress. Rev. Edward Curch of Langston will occupy the pulpit at the Church 'of Christ next Sunday, both morning and evening. Mr. Curch comes as a candidate for the pulpit. Those who 'know him say he is a "live wire" preacher and it is hoped that the en tire membership may turn out to hear him. Ther evulations of the dealings of the Bolshevikies with the Germans, remind one of the time when the woolly lamb set out to bunco the wolf. J OrtLEANS The 35th annual convention of the W. C. T. U. was held in Saranac Sept. 25 and 26. . "Patriotism, Temprance and Methods of Work" were the theme of the program. The follow ing officers were elected: President, Mrs. Jessie Wilder, Belding; vice president, Mrs. F.' G. Wilson, Sara nac; corresponding secretary, Miss Loia Goddard, Lake Odessa, recording secretary, Mrs. Mary E. Lysle, Ionia; treasurer, Mrs. Lillian Holmes, Or leans. The Oi leans delegation was the largest of any there. Next con vention will be held in Belding. Mr. and Mrs. Jud Morgan and fam ily spent from Saturday till Monday with her brother, Will Snyder of iBlanchard. Mrs. Bertie Berch and Miss Marion Hale accompanied them. ' Mrs. Ransom Moore and mother tepent from Tuesday till Saturday with Ifriends at Traverse City and Grand Rapids. Mrs. Maggie Jamerscn of Luding ton came Thursday to visit friends. Mrs. Nettie Willet of Flint is spend ing a few days with Mrs. Delia Spaulding and other friends. Miss Sada Hulbert left Monday for Mt. Pleasant where she will attend the state normal. Mrs. Ella Frost visited her sister, Mrs. Art Brown of Belding, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ilillman and Mr. and Mrs. Alma of near Six Lakes were over Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Purdy and Mar tha, Mrs. Carl Purdy, Mrs. A. G. Carpenter cf Greenville spent Friday evening with Grandma Purdy and family. Orleans went over the top again when everyone responded so gener ously, to the call cf the Red Cross for warm second hand and surplus cloth ing for Belgium and northern France. Responses came from Shiloh, Piper and Heald districts, also from the north part of Blanchard and from Mr. Ad. Houchton's family in the Hall district. The amount contributed was wonderful and the quality ex ceptionally good. Orleans Red Cross wishes to thank the ladies who work ed so untiringly in making new gar ments also making over and repairing, also those who so freely offered the use of their cars for collecting and transporting the goods to Ionia as four cars were needed. Mrs. Howard Noddins visited her brother, Rollie Youngs and family on Tuesday. Mrs. Minnie E. Gates returned from Washington, D. C, Monday. She wa accompanied by her son, Corporal Seth D. Gates, for a month's furlough. They stopped in Stanton for a short Visit where he was royally welcomed by his many friends. He is in fine health and spirits. The Gleaners, K. O. T. M. and L. O. T. M. fully appreciate the gift of a fine load of wocd for their hall. Mr. and Mrs. Edtrar Stanton of Belding were Friday evening guests oi tneir parents, nir. ana juts. A. r. Sabine. Mrs. Anna Baldwin of Barton City and Mrs. Maretta Nummer of Belding Visited the former's brother D. Wilbur Monday. II. Castle and daughters, Grace and Ruth were Sunday visitors of their aunt, Mrs. D. C. Wilbur. ' Miss Alice Wilkinson is gaining fast and was able to call on Sirs. O. lurdy, Monday. Mrs. S. D. Chickering fell and broke a bone in her wrist ana was otherwise quite seriously hurt last week. , John Palmer has a position in the elevator. The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. Geo. RaveLl Friday, Seut. 27. Vice Presi dent Edith Face called the meeting to order in the absence cf Lillian Holmes and after devotions led by Idella Wil bur a business session was held. Mrs, Face gave a short report of the con vention held at Saranac. She stated it was a splendid convention and the chairman of delegates, Mrs. 05a Graff, would give a full report at the hext regular meeting. Eighteen were present, cno new member enrolled. Orleans won the banner for having the most new members this year of any union in the county. ASHLEY Miss Lilia Dewey cf Marshall spent last week with relatives and friends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Beardslee, Miss Hattie Dean and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rasmussen spent last week Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Jorgensen of Ev ans. Mr. and Mrs. Rinesmith of Sheri dan spent last Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Orley Wood and son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Am brose Allchin. The church sheds have been put in fine shape again and the ladies did their part by cleaning the church on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luscomb went to Lakeview last Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Luscomb's cousin who died at Camp Custer. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday evening at 7:30. Come and bring a friend. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Eggleston and son Claude, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Smith went to Camp Custer Saturday to see Ernest Eggleston whom 'they found well and happy working for Uncle Sam. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor and son, Mrs. H. W. Oshant and son of Haye City, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. C. Loomis and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Beardslee Sunday, Claude Hoover took a number of loads of potatoes to the city market at Grand Rapids last week Watch for the date of the next so cial which is something extra. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Itewey of Marshall were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dewey. Martin Snyder writes he is working his way to the front line trenches. BRINK The sons and daughters of Camp Chase met at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wiley Friday evening, 36 in number and had a picnic supper and remained until a late hour, all report ing a most excellent time. Mrs. Ernest Anderson and son Ray J. visited the home folks Thursday and Friday. Master Wm. Shepard of Greenville visited at Clarence Snow's over Sun day. Mrs. Milo Towne and Mrs. Clar ence Snow visited Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer of Fairplains Wednestay. The Rebekahs had a chicken pie dinner Saturday. Mrs. W. E. Leach was one of the number. ' Clyde Howe and Mr. Peasley of Fairplains were upper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wiley Wednesday, Mrs. Milo Towne and Mrs. Clarence Snow visited Mr. and Mrs. John Spen cer of Fairplains Wednesday, Miss Jennie Nedaw visited Mrs. M. L. Howe Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ashur Shaw and Mrs. Viola Wright and Mrs. Geo. Kingsbury of Belding visited Mrs. M. L. Howe Sat urday afternoon. Chas. Hathaway of Alma visited Miss Hazel Snow over Sunday. Mrs. Annie Baldwin and daughter, Vada of Grand Rapids and Mrs. Edgar Kilburn visiti'd Mr. and Mrs. Milo Towne Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. D, Towne and baby of Blanchard were the supper guests of Milo Towne on Sunday. Saturday morning auto loads start, ed for Camp Custer, Ed. Wooldridge and family, Ross Chickering and fam ily, Ernest Wooldridge and family, Ed. Hotchkiss and wife and George Chickering and wife and Mrs. Milo Towne, "who went to see her nephew, Alden Haysmer: Sylvester Chick ering and son, Ernest Chickering and wife, Clarence Chickering and daugh ter, Isabel, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ben ton and daughter. Reva and Mrs. O. A. Nummer and Miss Letta went in the Benton car. They all had a fine time. Miss Edna Nummer who is a nurse there, said it was the best party she ever had, seeing so many of her old friends, and they were all glad to see her, too. Mrs. Geo. Chickering visited Mrs. Emory Chickering Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Insley of Smyr na was the supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Leach Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark of Beld ing visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snow and Mr. and Mrs. Will Krick this week Frank is helping Will dig potatoes. . Mrs. John Kohn and Mrs. Emory Chickering called on Mrs. Sylvester Chickering Saturday afternoon. James McCoubrey left Thursday for Muskegon to vjsit relatives for a few days and then to Detroit, his home. Archie Chickering left Wednesday mornxng for Cleveland, O., to visit his uncle, Geo. Chickering and family. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hanks of Smyrna and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Choate and son Russell, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Brink and daughter, Olive; visited Mr. and Mrs. Orin Hanks Sunday, a family reunion. Dr. WincheU and wife of Ionia were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dcnalson of Brink Thursday. Mrs. J.-W. Wyman of New York city and sister, Mrs. Thad Preston of Ionia called on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson Wednesday afternoon G rattan Grange. Well, fall is here, the' fairs are oven and G rattan grange is still hold, ing meetings at the old stand. Every one hear in mind next meeting is on Thursday evening, Oct. 10 with a lit erary program: Song, Grange; roll call, conundrums; reading, Elva Bel ding; song, Carol and Raymond Smith; discussion, "Which is the more practical for a farmer to pur chase at the present time a truck or a tractor?" Led by Chas. Godfey. Surprise feature. Cora Emmons, Dec. OUR BANK STAMPSUP- BUILDING UP OUdOWM industries mzMtmm 1 7 H t M , HOP TvTit Mi JF3MES1B . 'TKJTVTFirC? THE DIRECFORS AND OFFICERS OF OUR BANK ARE WELL KNOWN TO YOU AS MEN OF HIGH CHARACTER AND ABILITY, .WHO HAVE AIDED IN THE UPBUILDING OF THIS CITY AND COMMUNITY. OUR BANK IS BIG ENOUGH TO HANDLE THE LARGEST BANKING BUSINESS, YET IT IS NOT TOO BIG TO APPRECIATE THE SMALLEST DEPOSITOR. WE INVITE THE ACCOUNTS OF FIRMS, CORPORATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS. CHILDREN'S ACCOUNTS ALSO WELCOME. YOU WILL RECEIVE 3 PER CENT INTEREST. 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A tragic story of the horrors of un bridled warfare, and yet, a simple Love story surpassing in its sweet-ness-that is "Hearts of the World". 'Matinee 'Prices:' 25c-50c-75c-A Few Seats at $1.00 8 Rows at 23c 7 Rows at 50c 3 Rows at 75c; Balance at $1.00. A ' : I ' J SUPREME.'ATRIUMPH JLnJ.c) XO.W.ORIFFITH I I I i i i I i a v i i i v OF THE' Si A ! ROMANCE OF THE GREAT WANK CrfazSiVECTESnLOUE STORV EUEQJOLO m f FlfiHTFFN MONTHS IN THE MAKING- V --- ! i -i ..::.:' W ' v DATTI C'CrPMPCfiM THFDATTI FTlCI'nQTlFr FDA'Klf D 2 SHOWS DAILY 2:30-8:15 runver One Million Fighting Men Twenty Thousand Horses Miles of Artillery Squadrons of Airplanes Fleets of Zeppelins Destruction of Citie The Charge of The Tanks Night . Prices 25c-50c-75c-$1.00-A Fev Seats at $1.50 6 Rows at 25c 9 Rows at 50c 3 Row at 75c Balance at I1.C3 I lUND.EBiAUSBLCES "BRlTISHAVAR-OrFICE)