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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1923 THE D ELDING, MICHIGAN, DANNER-NEV3 Net Contents 15TluidDraelmi ' a i r.nnni.-.1 PER CENT. f AVeclablcIVcpafatlai&rAs-. similatinfclncioQa : Thereby PromSiDi neither Opium,MorpUnenJ Mineral. Not iNAmuv Jtork.ll Saltt k uirti Remedy for ConnandDurT and Fcvcnsnj lOSS OF SLEEP resulting (hercfjm raSimiicSijnatflreO If For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria -: A 1 TTTrt TTrt Bears the OV Signature of n IMA? or liMlU iVr In Use For Over Thirty Years Rr. Hay, of Saranae, is attending them. There are a great number of cases of flu in the country around us but so far only two cases in the neighbor hood. The school in Marble district has been closed as a means of precaution and Miss Ten Cate has returned to faer home in S. Boston! until further notice. Alpheus Sparks has returned to his home in lidding, on account of the flu. Lee Jones started last Tuesday for San Francisco, California for a two months visit. ( Cad Teck has been sick for some time but is getting better. Exact Copy of Wrapper.' BIB! TWC CENTAUR COMMNT, NCW VOftK CITY. -NORTHWEST KEENE Mrs. Sweet, of Lowell, is staying a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Carr. Mr. Carr does not get any better. Report says Thomas Russell will move on a farm north of Fallasburg soon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hart were in Grand Rapids, last Friday on bus iness. Anthony Kohn and H. YV. Fash baugh will build new garages in the spring. Mrs., Dan Carr visited Mrs. Sweet one day this week. Clarence Hart and wife both have e flu and are under the doctors care ASHLEY Mary Tuttle who has been seriously ill is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stokes, of Green ville, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Beardslee were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tuttle, last Thursday, Mrs. Anna Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown called at S. M. Brown's last week to see Mrs. Mary Tuttle. Rev. Ellis has changed the church time to 11 o'clock, fast time, instead of 10:30 because of the condition of the roads. Mrs. Roy Clifford's father, Mr. Al bert Harrison, passed away Monday morning after a lingering illness. Miss Nellie Ashley was called to Trenton, to attend the funeral of her cousin, Mrs. Amyat. Mrs. Eva Jenks, who has been the guest for the past five weeks of her daughter. Mrs. Louis Jenks, was call ed last week, Tuesday, to the home of her sister, Mrs. W. P. Lunn, who has been seriously ill. , Vernon Shotwell was a Friday guest at 0. Emmons' home. Silas Hull and family spent Sun. day at Clare Shotwell's. Mr. Shot well has just purchased a fine new player piano. . An impromptu party was held at tho home of Silas Hull, Friday night, which, in a measure took the place, with some of our young people, of the much planned social evening at the church. Lot us hop that Belding can come to us before spring. Card of Thanks I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many friends and relatives for their kindness and sympathy in m$ sorrow in the los of my wife; also for the beautiful flowers. i Fred M. Gais. A Want Ad Will Do It. (1 M i UJ Having sold my farm I will sell at Public Sale at the premises, one mile east and one half mile south of Smyrna, three miles south and one half mile west of Belding, on Monday, March 8, 1920 commencing at 1 o'clock, the following articles, to wit: Mare, 13 yrs. old Colt, Coming 3 yrs. in May Cow, 4 yrs. old, Giving Milk , Red Heifer, due in April Jersey Heifer, due in April Jersey Heifer IV2 yrs. old, Durham Bull, l Vt yrs. old Calves Sow About 40 Chickens 2 Turkeys 1917 Ford car in good condition McCormick Binder, nearly new McCormick Mower Grain Drill Hay Rake 3-Section Drag Spike Tooth Drag Wagon Wagon Box and Spring Seat ' Syracuse Walking Plow Reversible Mold Board Plow Bob Sleigh Set 1000-lbs. Scales Rid in ir Cultivators Bean Puller Single Buggies Double Buggy Cutter Combination Vise and Drill Fence Stretcher Hand Grist Mill . Set Heavy Double Harness Single Harness Barrel Churn 50-egg Incubator 15-gal Jar 20 Grain Bags About 60 ft. Chicken Fencing Quantity Corn Stalks and Straw About 40 Bushels Oats About 20 Bushels Corn Quantity seed potatoes 43 lbs. Clover Seed FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS 5-Octave Organ Kitchen Range for soft coal and wood , Library Table, Mahogany Finish 2 Rocking Chairs, Spanish Leather covering Columbia Phonograph and records 12-ft. Extension Table Dining Room Chairs Singer Sewing Machine Rocking Chairs ' High Chair Rug, 8x12, new Dresser Commode Beds and 2 Springs 4-Passenger Lawn Swing Gasoline Lamp K Bevel Plate Mirror 16x20 Stair Carpet Linoleum, 12 ft. wide, 5 yds. long. Parlor Lamp Hanging Lamp ' Book Stand with Shelves 2 Portieres 1 Coffee Grinder 4 Dozen Fruit Jars About 30 Quarts Canned Fruit Together with other articles too numerous to mention. ' TVrrriQ0 sums and uncIer cash; on all sums over that Jl CI HID. amount time will be given on good bankable paper bearing 7 per cent interest. JOHN -ZURECK, op, O. A. RASMUSSEN, Auct. MAT. LAUX, Clerk ORLEANS Born To Mr. and Mrs. RobertTaL mer, Tuesday, a son, Richard W. Mrs. Anna Gleason is caring for them. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hoppough are very sick at their home in East Or leans. , Born To Mr. and Mrs. Erroa Face, Thursday a son. Mrs. Myrtle Stebbins visited her sister, Mrs. Edith Purdy, Thursday and returned to Ionia Thursday ac companied by her niece, Olecne, who returned home Friday. . E. C. Hoppough was in Grand Rap ids on business, Friday. Mrs. A. P. Sabine, of Belding, call ed on friends Sunday. Mr. Sabine is about the same. 1 - Mrs. Clifford Holland visited het friends inBelding, Thursday. No school for another week, both teachers are sick. Mrs. Aurora Easterbrook returned to her home in Freeport, Thursday. Jennie Neadeau of East Otisco, spent Sunday with fyer cousin, Veva Morgan. Pearl Rhodes, of Ionia, spent Won day with her friends, Mrs. Esther Hall and family. On account of so much illness the Orleans Farmers Club will be post poned until further notice. WEST CHADWICK Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loomis enter tained Mr. and-Mrs. Don Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith, and grandson, Donald, Friday evening to a delicious rabbit supper. Donald Dean Jr. is sick with the flu. Mr. and Mrs.. Levi Krick spent Sun day with their children, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Leach and daughter, Esther May. Dan Skelenger and son were Sun day callers at Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith's. Irvin Hall, of Orleans, was a Sun. dav ealler at Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hall's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loomis are enjoying a visit with the former's father, H. N. Loomis. of Clare. Mr. Loomis is past 80 years old. We are sorry to hear of the sad news, of Mrs. Guy Smith's passing away. The family have the heart felt sympathy of their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith and grandson, Donald, were Sunday eve ning supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loomis were in Smyrna Sunday helping care for the latter's mother and sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earle, who are all sick threatened with the flu. SUNNYSIDE The bear came out at Sunnyside on February 2nd and saw his shadow good and plenty and crawled back in to his hole for another six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skellenger were invited to a Sunday dinner at the Bricker Hotel. Mrs. Skellenger says she enjoyed a splendid dinner. Mrs. Florence Crawford and sister are guests at the home of Geo. Craw ford for ian. extended viit., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skellenger were in Ionia last Friday. On Saturday, February 7th the W. R. C. ladies will meet at their parlors in regular session. All members are requested to be present as they are going to prepare for a banquet. Andrew Skellenger is working at Guy Russell's this week. Mrs. Al Shaw received a telegram Monday, stating that her sister, Mrs. Davis, was dead, in Detroit. Mrs. Davis was well known around here, having visited her sister at different times. Mrs. Shaw left for Detroit Tuesday morning. Mrs. Florence Crawford and Mrs. Marie Burghduff were dinner guests at Sunnyside, on Tuesday. Mrs. George Crawford was an af ternoon caller at Sunnyside, on Tuesday. BRINK Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Condon, of Smyr na, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Phil lips, last Tuesday. Mrs. Eli Hanks visited Mr. and Mrs. Oren Hanks, Wednesday. Mrs. O. A. Nummer and daughter, Miss Edna and Mrs. Chas. Johnson were among the sleighload that went to Greenville to the Pomona Grange and report a most excellent time. Said they were most royally entertained. Mrs. Milo Town and Mrs. George Chickering were callers at Mrs. Clarence Snow's, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Oren Hanks died Sunday morning. She had been sick for quite a while with heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. George Hanks and Mrs. Chas. Brink and Mrs. Ed. Donaldson were there when death came. All that lov ing hands could do was done to stay off the grim.reaper. Mr. Hanks has the sympathy of his many friends in his loss. She was a good wife and neighbor and has gone to her reward. Mrs. Ben Fairbanks, of Detroit, came Monday night, called here by the death of her mother, Mrs. Oren Hanks. MVs. R. B. Russell, of Greenville, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Town and Her bert visited the former' mother, Mrs. Edgar Kilburn, Sunday. J. D. Strain was the dinner guest of his daughter, Mr. Ernest Anderson and family, Friday. Their son, Roy J. has been on the sick list for sever al days. Miss Edna Nummer left Friday for the Great Lakes Training Station to help care for the flu patients. We hope she will soon be back again amonjf her many friends. Mrs. Will Krick visited her niece, Mrs. Frank Clark, of Belding, Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Town and Her bert and Archie Ohickcring visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burns, Sunday evening. Last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Ross Chickering and sons, William, Carlton and Alton and Leon Burns and Murl Burns nnd Mrs. Artnie Chickering, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chi ckering and children, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chickering and children vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Emory Chickering nnd fnmliy before they move to their new home. Their many friends re gret to see them leave. They will be greatly missed but Klad to know they rrrrrnmill;i;ti;TTrrrfrtiimiTTimiTt?tTTTTTHItHI!!; OFFICERS Brinton F. Hall. President. Frank R. Chase, Vice'President Ambrose Spencer, Cashier. Sumner Wilson, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS Frank R. Chase. H. L. Page. Fred Underwood. Brinton F. Hall. Charles Eddy. Geo. W. Moulton John Ilessler. Ambrose Spencer. Frank L. Moon. Geo. 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