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Icy-Hot Bottle
Leather Hand Bags and Purses
Leather Novelties
Leather Bill Folds
Leather Music Rolls
Safety Razors
Ever-Sharp Pencils
Conklin's Self-Filler Pens
Fine Stationary
Shaving Sets
White Ivory Goods
Toilet Sets
Manicure Sets
Hair Brushes and Comb Sets
Perfumes ,
Toilet Waters
Don't forget that Xmas box of choice
. confections
THE LIGGETT KIND
fresh and new
from 85c to $2.90 pqr box.
BOOKS
: The popular copyrights
A Larger Line Of Gift Books
Boys and Girls Books
A bis assortment of Children Books
In fact we never in our business history had as
big an assortment of New, Up-to-date goods for.
Xmas. We cordially invite an early inspection.
Mo L GONNELL
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is only 9 days away and the list of people holding
coupons on the free Regina Vacuum' Cleaner and
Phonograph is steadily growing.
Are You, Going to Get
In On THs?
One is not taking any chance in buying either of
Regina Products.
What could be a nicer gift for wife or mother than
something to lighten her labor for years to come, or
cheer her after her days work is done?
You do not have to have the money. A small pay
ment down and convenient monthly payments will
buy either one.
Let me call and demonstrate or see me at my home
in the "Burlington Flat".
Name.
Address
Street
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AtoulOur Town nd Its. Ptoplt
Mrs. Jerome Vincent has returned
from a two weeks visit with her
daughter, Jessie, at Highland Park,
Detroit and reports a very enjoyable
time.
Svlvan Dean, of Barryton arrived
in Belding, Monday, coming hero on
business. '
Mrs. Frank Camber and her friend
Mrs. Southard, of Cleveland, Ohio,
left Saturday morning for a short so
journ in California.
Mrs. Clark Graves is quite sick at
the home of her daughter, over the
Model Market.
'Walter Kidd who has been sick
for the past two or three weeks start
ed in on his work again, Mohday
morning. )
Franl Sandy left Monday or a
visit in Breckenridge.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Richardson, Saturday morning, an
eleven pound boy, named Herbert
Alvin.
John S. Hicks and son, Wilbur, of
Pittsburgh, Pa., were week end vis
itors at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Hicks, of S. Bridge
street. ' .
Miss Ellen Girton left Thursday
morning for her home in Coleman,
to remain until after the holidays.
Little Ella May Donelson, who has
been staying with her grandma, Mrs.
E. R. Vannortwick for the past five
weeks, went to her home at Ionia on
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bolster took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mert
Mount, Sunday, at Greenville. In
the evening they called on Harris
Bolster and little George came home
with them for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bussell went
to Grand Rapids Saturday.
Many of our society people thank
Parisian Sage for their beautiful
hair. "Use it to or three times a
week," say Worlley &' French, "and
it will make the hair thick and beau
tiful Adv. .
Sittings I iz up to and including
December L.Y v.'Jl be finished for
Christmas. :.e Dennis Studio.
Bom To Mr. and Mrs. Leo Shin
dorf, of Miriam, on Friday, Decem
ber 10, a 12 pound son, who will be
christened Phillip George. Dr. Dutt
reports both jmothdr and the new
young man as doing nicely and the
editor has placed another mark ' in
his long list of nephews. Long life
to the. youngster.
Ray Bailey was in the office Mon
day and stated that he had moved
from Grand Rapids to Freeport and
that he is now holding down the job
as fireman on the local run from
Freeport to Belding and back again,
a position which pays him quite well ;
and which also gets him back into;
his old home town every day.
Thos. Welsh and son Clarence,
merchant king and merchant prince,
respectively, of Hart, were guests at
Hotel Belding, Sunday evening and
Monday forenoon. They were for
mer residents of this city and" are
now at Hart, where they have a tre
mendous general store business.
While here they visited with former
friends. Mr. Welch waq the first
city clerk elected when Belding was
incorporated as a city.
Mark II. Brown Returned on Thurs
day from Lansing, where he attend
ed a meeting of the farmers from
all over the state. Clark Palmer at
tended from Orleans and Clyde Coo
per from Otiscotl( Mr. Cooper went
onto Ann- Arbor to visit for a few
days with his son, J. Donaldson 'Coo
per, who is attending college there.
Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston were
Sunday callers of Mr and Mrs. An
sel Johnston. 1
M. Urch and Mrs. Ansel Johnstort
and -baby returned from Durand on
Saturday where they visrited rela
tives the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell McQuay, of
Greenville were Sunday callers at
the M. Urch home.
Mrs. Ansel Johnston who has been
very sick the past few days is a little
better at this writing.
Big night at the Empress Friday
night. -
Mrs. Anna Moon "eTflertalned com
pany from Ashley, Sunday.
Mrs. Mary E. II. Coville left Wed
nesday for Grand Rapids to attend
the state Grange now in session at
that place. - -
Mrs. Harry Connell went to Grand
Rapids Wednesday. j
Mrs. Georgq Holmes entertained
her uncle, Mr. C. W.v Voorhees, of
Detroit, last week. x
Mrs. E. J. Calley, of Barryton who
has been visiting for a short time
at John York's, left Wednesday for
Ravenna to spend the winter with a
niece.
Frank Harlan will open with lunch
es and short order cooking Thursday
His tables have not arrived but will
use temporary tables for the present.
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IlGrsday, December 16 ALICE BRADY in "SINNERS'
Friday, December K WILLIAM . RUSSELL in "THE CHALLENGE OF
rilL LA . , A melodrama ojf the Canadian north west, A tense
gripping drama with a love story as Sweet as a June rose.
5!?Vnpr Ffidav th great mystery serial "THE LURKING
PLRIL with Anna Luther and George Larkin. All children
under 12 years of age will be admitted free if accompanied , by
their parents. Admission lo and 15 cents, including tax.
Saturday, December 18BILLY BURKE in "THE MISLEADING WI-
DQW and a Two Reel LARRY SEMON Comedy.
Sunday, December 19 MITCHELL LEWIS IN "KING SPRUCE". A
gripping drama of S forest flower who blazed her way to love and
happiness and the Larry Semon Comedy.
Monday, December 20 HARRY CAREY in "BULLET PROOF". Also
"THIRd'eYE' "Th Whlr,wd and Fit epiS0de of the
Tuesday, December 21A Universal Special "PEDDLER OF LIES" Also
Renew.
Wednesday and Thursday, Pecember 22 and 23 NAZIMO VA in "THE
HEART OF A CHILD Greatest actress comes to screen again
jn picturization of famous novI bjf Frank Damby. .Unusual
Mrs. Fred McNally and Mrs. Er
nest McNally spent Saturday after
noon in Greenville.
Mrs. F. A. Wilkinson returned on
Monday to her home in Detroit after
visiting for a few days with her
friend, Miss Edith Lunn.
Freeman Lowden returned Tuesday
from Dakota and other places in the
west. He says he is going back after
Christmas.
Mrs. M. A. Reed, Mrs. Anna Leo
nard, Miss Jessie Leonard, Miss Na
omi Gooding and Mrs. Raynor drove
"over to Grand Ratuds i Saturdav.
Mrs. Lponard and Mrs. Reed attend
ed the play "Masquenrder" at Pow
ers and report it as well worth the
trip.
Mrs. Masien (Dewey) Carpenter,
of Ithaca, N. Y., was the truest of
Mrs. E. B. Wise last week. They
jwere schoolmates in the early sixties
and had not met in sixteen years,
i She also had the pleasure of meet
ing Mrs. Belle Mann, who was a
, schoolmate in the Greenville High
school in seventy-three and four.
Mrs. Belle Mann returned home on
Wednesday after visiting relatives at
Lake Odessa and Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. James Spencer were
the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Wise.
iasantwavto
breakup cdldg"
EVERYONE in the family can
rely on Dr. King's New Dis
covery, the standard remedy
for the last fifty years, to break
op coughs, grippe and stubborn
colds. No harmful drugs. At
your druggists, COc and $1.20.
For colds andcoughs
New Discovery
Sail- v Skin Hot Pretty
Const ijw destroys the complexion,
miking it ytllow and ugly. Keep the
bowel at work cleaning out the system
daily by'uiin Dr. King's Tills. Thev
do the work thoroughly and gently
Buy a bottle today, 25 cents. ,
eProztptVfortt Grips
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No nej?d of-suffering longer with
rheumatism, says Wortley & French
the druggists, now that I can supply
you with Rheuma. Money back if
it fails.
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The Useful Gift
Is Most Appreciated
WON'T you come in and look at our
stock of attractive and yet really
useful and practical Christmas presents P
Don't wait too long -the ones that you'd,
like best might be gone.
"We probably have many of the things
you have thought of already at very
reasonable prices, too. And we think wo
have, quite a number of specially appropri
ate things whieh you haven't happened to
think of yet. :
If you'll tell us what your perplexities
arc, we may be able to helps solve them
for you. And we are 'interested as much
as you are in helping' you decide right,
for we want you' to feel like coming back
to us again next year.
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Christian Science Service Sun
day, 10:45 a. m. Subject,
Is the universe, includinf man, evolved by
Atomic Force?
106 S. Pleasant Street.
Dollar Day Specials
Friday and Saturday Only
4 lbs. Mixed Christmas Candy'
4 lbs. New Mixed Nuts
Pop corn that pops, per lb.
California Navel Oranges, ;each
PATTERSON'S
- . $1.00
1.00
.10
.05
DEPT.
STORE
What for Ckminnm?
Why Slippers of Course
. The cozy felt ones with the thick soft warm
soles in a greater variety of colors and styles
than we were ever able to show-you before for
Men, Women and Children
Felt Boots for the Kids
Just the thing to keep their feet warm "and
dry when they play out in the snow.
PCLDIMCMIC!.
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