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WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1921
THE BELDINC, MICHIGAN, BANNER-NEWS PAGE THOEa ((( Dim a nav' ( new size )W fir J J 10 cigarettes for 10 cts Ilandyand convenient; try them. Dealers now carry both sizes : 10 fcr 10 cts ; 20 for 20 cts. ed f LOCAL ITERS About Our Town and Itf Ptoplt Surprise Party ' The P. O. P.' class of the Conjrre Eatonal Sunday school and the Wa basis Camp Fire Girls united in Riv ing: Miss Dorothy Brown, who is a member of each, a surprise party at her home Monday evening, the occa sion being her fourteenth birthday aniversary. Games and music were enjoyed until ten o'clock when ice cream and cake were served, after which the guests departed leaving several lovely gifts for Miss Doro thy as reminders of the pleasant occasion. How's This? We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak. cn internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Sold by druggists for over forty years. Price 75c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. It Pays To Advertise The phone rang this morning and when we answered it this is what we got in our ear. "Say Ed. take my adv. out of the paper. I run an adv. in the paper las t week and the team of horses which I advertised for sale was disposed of early Friday, the day after the paper came out. Just tell them for me that it sure pays to advertise." It was old Edd Hotch kiss, south of town, talking and he had experienced the same results that thousands o f others have in the past. Incidentally we learned, while talking with Mr. Hotchk'r.s, that he is getting better and that he is feeling better now than he has at any time during the last four years. See Charlie Chaplin in "The Kid". Empress theatre, May 23 and 24. in Old Glory is now on the Seven Seas Ship and Sail under the Stars and Stripes to all parts of the world YOU can now travel, or ship your goods, to any part of the world on American owned and American operated ships, flying the American Flag. American ships are modern, scientifically designed and constructed, new ships built for satisfactory service. American ships will carry you in comfort to South America, England, Europe, the Mediter ranean and the Far East. And the further from home you go, the more of a thrill you'll have to see the Stars and Stripes floating above your head. President Harding says: "We know full well we cannot sell where we do not buy and we cannot sell successfully where we do not carry Operators of Passenger Services Admiral Lin 17 SUU St York, N. Y. SattU to Yokohama, Kob, Hongkong-, Shanghai. Singa pore, and occasionally to Manila and Hawaii. Matton Navigation Ca. 26 80. Gay St., Baltimore, Mi. Baltimore to Havana, Pan mi Canal, Loa Angelas, San Francisco, and Hawaii. Muason Steam Ship Line 82 Beaver St., New York New York to Rio de Janerio, Montivldeo, and Buenos Aires. New Yorh and Port Rico S. S. Co. 11 Broadway, New York. N. Y. New York to Porto Rico. Pacific Mail S. S. Co. 45 Broadway, New York, N. T. Seattle to Yokohama, Kobe, Hongkong. Shanghai, Sings - pore, Tientsin, and occasion ally to Manila and HawtlL U. S. Mail S. S. Co. 45 Broadway, New York. N. T. New York to Boulogne and London. New York to Bre men and Denilg. Emigrant Servlee to Genoa and Naples. Ward Lin (New York and Cuba Mall 8. S. Co.) Foot of Wall St., New York, N. Y. New York to Havana and Spanish porta Vigo, La Coruna, Santander, Cijon, Bilbao. Free Use of Shipping Board Films Use of Shipping Board motion picture Alms of four reels free on request of any mayor, postmaster, pastor or organi sation. An interesting edu cational picture of ships and the tea. Write for Informa tion to H. Lane, Director Information Bureau, Room 11. Ill "F" Street, N. W Washington. D. C. For Sale Steel and Wood Ships and Wood Hulls and Ocean - Going Tugs (To American Citizens Only) Steel steamers are both oil and coal burners. Further information may be obtained by request sent to the Ship Bales Division, 111 F Street, N. W Washing ton, D. C. For sailings of freight ships to all parts of the world, write Division of Operations, Traffic Department. U.S. Shipping Board. Emergency Fleet Corp.. Washington. D. C. f IMr. and Mrs. A. N. Johnston spent Saturday in Grand Rapids.' , Mrs. Mae Rowley and Mrs. Rrad- ish were at Ionia the week end. Mrs. Reva Sussex was in Grand Rapids, Saturday. . j Mr and Mrs. Ed. Souers spent Sunday in Ivalam ( ioo '.siting his, people. I Wi'bur Wool had business in Grand Rapids for a few days. j Mrs. Frank Welch returned to her homj Monday night 't(tcr ydsitin.5? j friends and relatives at Lansing fori a few days. The Baptist Sunday school is pre paring to give "The Entering Wedge" in the near future. The oldest son of Mrs. Myrtle Conklin, was able to return to school 1 Monday, having been laid up for about a week with a very sore foot caused from cutting it. j Miss Edna Diss spent the week end i at Grand Haven with her sister, Miss Alice Biss. j Mrs. 0;a M. Reynolds, who has, linon rmrcintr n mitipnt. in th f Olin- try, who has paralysis, has returned to Belding. Mrs. Ralph Relding called on Mrs. Carrie Allen. Saturday. Mrs. Myra Bridle and daughter,! Mrs. Izma Whitney, of Kalamazoo, j were Saturday and Sunday guests at' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dorr Ronk. IMr. and Mrs. David R. Hall, of., Orleans, have been called to Lansing . to attend the funeral of his brothe;, I Clarence Hall, who died in California. I Funeral will be held at Mt. Pleasant, Mr. Hall was at one time n resident , cf Belding and lived, on the north, side. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barldcr vis-j ited Mr. and Mrs. II. Allen last Sun-; day. . I Miss Crane Culvin, who has been j in Faho and Nevada for the past ten years, is calling on her old friends, in this city. She expects to return soon to Nevada. M.s. Love'ess, of Flint, callen on Mrs. Carrie Allen, Sunday. Mr. Wm. II. Allen is in very poor health. Mrs. A. J. Gardner, of, Smyrna, was calling on friends here Tuesday. Cut flowers for Decoration Day. Place order early. Cecilia Honson, over post office during day time. 927 Alderman street, evenings. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Williams left Tuesday to motor to Port Sanilac, called there on account of the serious illness of Mr. William's mother. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brown of Char lotte, made a brief visit at the home of Byron F. Brown and family, last week. They remained over Wednes day night and returned home Thurs-1 day. Auto for hire, phone 311. 4"-."l-tf BRINK j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark and son Franklin, visited Mr. and Mrs. Will, Krick, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Krick and Esther and Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Snow vis-1 ited Mr. and Mrs. Will Krick Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. FA Hanks and Mr. j Earl Farthing and Harold Woodruff visited Mr. an 1 Mrs. George Farth-f ing. Sunday afternoon. j Mr. and Mrs. John Lyons visited; Mrs. O. A. Nummer, Monday and en joyed the day. I Mrs. Ed. Hotchkiss and Mrs. Milo Towne visited Mrs. Frank Loomis. Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Chickering end family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nummer and daughter, Marion and Beatrice Nummer, of Alma and Miss Lett- Nummer and Miss Alice Rowley, of Grand Rapids, visited Mrs. O. A. Nummer and girls Sunday. Miss Let tie and Miss Alice came Saturday and returned Sunday evening. Mr. Glenn Spencer and Mr. Charlio Smith, of Belding, were callers at Mr. and Mrs. Milo Town's, Sunday afternoon. Mr. C. II. Daley and Mr. James Lafferty were callers on Mr. and Mrs. Denzel Snow and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Snow, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Regan and daughters, Iva and Myrtle, visited Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Olmstead, of Eu reka. Sunday and enjoyed the day. Mr. Glenn Spencer and Mr. Chas. Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Herb Re gan. Sunday evening. The Social Band met with Mr. and Mrs. Emory Chickering, Sunday. There were about 26 present besides the chilrren. T hey took in two new members. A most excellent dinner was enjoyed by all. Mr. Ha rvey Currie done some pa pering for Mrs. M. L. Howe, Friday. Ralph Seeley visited Henry John son, Sunday afternbon. Richard Rummler visited Alfred Johnson, Saturday and they went fishing and cooked their breakfast and dinner in the woods. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snow return ed home Sunday after several weeks visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Snow and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Snow, of Ionia and other relatives and en joyed their visit. ' Mrs. Josephine Shindorf and Mr. and Mrs. F. Scheid and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kemp visit ed Mr. and Mrs. John Kohn, Sunday after church and in the afternoon Mr. Anthony Kohn and Lewis were call ers there. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Town and Her burt visited Mr. and Mrs. Herb Re gan, Saturday evening, Mr. Clarence Snow was a caller at M. L. Howe's, Sunday morning. SMYRNA Mr. Sylvester Osborn was in Bel ding, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Tebbel and Miss Nella Tebbel were in Sheridan, Wed nesday. Mrs. Ward Hoppough was called to Lowell. Thursday to see her aunt Mrs. CrafF, who is very sick. People are beginning to wonder if we will haVe any summer weather this year. , See Charlie Chaplin In "The Kid". Empress theatre, May 23 and 24. One hour and a half of solid laugh ter. See the "Sweet Family" at the Maccabee hall. May 20, 8:00 p. m. Saturday night will be the time for the regular meetings of the Sir Knights and Ladies of the Macca bees. The next meeting of Olympia Ar bor A. O. O. G. will be held at the home of Charles Bryne, Saturday evening, June 11. . ) Claude Harrington and wife, of Belding and Mrs. Glenn Lee and daughter Arlene, of Bartonville call ed on Hiram Olds and wife, Sunday. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. i Walter Towne. ! Mr. and Mrs. George Tebbel and Bon, Arlo. of Belding, visited Mrs. Mary Tebbel and Miss Nella, Sun-1 day. I There was a fairly good attend ance at the meeting of Smyrna Cem-j etery Association last Tuesday. Din ner was served at noon and the pro-; ceeds 'of the meeting amounted to $1G.75. Officers for the ensuing year were e.c:ted or re-elected as follows: President, Bert Norton; Vice President, Mrs. Alfred Davis; second Vice-President. Mrs. Hiram Olds; Secretary, Mrs George Hoppough and Treasurer, jvirs wiauie urozier. Earl Goodrich has built a nice new j f;WlJt) 1VI Ilia m fcv.nuuiit. iiun lew the rain fall on the thirsty earth if it wants to Earl's willing. Mrs. John Purdy was taken very sick Monday of last week with pneu monia and for a time her recovery seemed doubtful, but we are pleased to state that she is now gaining, though slowly. Her niece, Miss Ma tilda Davis, of Grattan, and Mr. Pur dy's sister, Mrs. Lillian Dumon, of Evait, are with her and Mrs. Cowles is taking care ''of Mrs. Purdy through the nights. M rs. Chattie Crozier, of Smoky J Row and Mrs. Orinda Dumon called, on Mrs. Sylvester Osborn, Tuesday. I Harold Gardner motored to Merritt! Friday to bring Mr. and Mrs. George j Hanks home. They came home Sat urday, v Miss Bessie Gray came with them. She has been staying with her aunt, Mrs. Virgil Gardner and at tending school. She has just passed the seventh grade examinations. . Robert Earle and family, Mrs. Frank Loomis and daughter, Gaytha and Mr . an ! Mrs. Amos Russell mo tored to Eagle Sunday to attend church services. Mr. Loomis still continues to conduct the services there and will undoubtedly move there in the near future. Elgin Conddn, John Mason, Peter Kohn and Frank Davis were Grand Rapids visitors, Thursday. Don't fail to see Gloriana Gadabout and. her big sisters at the Maccabee hall, Way 20th, 8 p. m. Charles Dolley, of Edmore was a guest of his aunt, Mrs; Hattie Moe. last week. Mrs. Warren Gardner has been very sick with bronchial pneumonia but is reported to be some better now. Miss Sandy, of Belding, is caring for her. Loren Gardner, of Lansing, vis ited his home folks . over Sunday. Chester Gardner, of BeLding, was there Sunday and Henry Gardner, of Ionia visited his mother and father a number of time last week. Mrs. Anna Campbell Mrs. Gardner's moth er, is still quite sick. She is now staving with her other daughter, Mrs. C. W. Joslin. i Mrs. Jessie Wolfinger made a bus iness trip to Ionia Saturday. Her little ward, Olive, went with her. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Norton, of Bartonville. and Miss Mildred Bunk er, of Belding, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Norton. A. B. Amrick and.S. Wagner, of Grand Rapids were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norton. A rare opportunity Tor those who failed to see the "Sweet Family" at its earlier entertainment. Will be repeated May 20th at the Maccabee hall. Mrs. Emma Lee, of Belding," vis ited over Sunda v with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Olds. She also visited with Walter Towne and wife. Herbert Mehney is putting a new roof of his house. Frank Gray is helping him with the job. Mrs. Albert Northway and Mrs. Herbert Mehney were in Belding on Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Tebbel. Miss Nella Teb bel, Mrs. John Tebbel and Mr. and Mrs. George Pearsall motored to Ionia. Thursday. The Grand Rapids News stated that they had a collision on the way with a truck and tha Mrs. Tebbel was injured and the: auto wrecked. Theyxdid collide with a small truck and their car received some damage but no one was -injured at all, unless it was Miss Nella who was driving the Tebbel car. She confessed that her feelings were hurt by the News item. Walter Towne and wife and Mrs. Hiram Olds were in Belding Monday evening to see Mrs. Ralph Van Every They found her feeling much better than she has for several weeks. There was a show in town Thurs day night an! Friday night. A man entertained those who attended with magic, slight of hand and other things of like nature. We understand there is to be another show in the near future. "The Sweet Family" but we did not learn any particulars. Mrs. EHen Bcedy is able to sit up a part of the time but is still ve y feeble. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hoppough were Belding visitors, Saturday. Arthur Gais, of Afma, anl Mrs. Carolinp Gais. of Belding, visited with Alfred Davis and wife Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Olds were in Belding. Friday and called on their aunt, Mrs. Sjusie Harrington. Ed. Ins'ey and Mrs. A. Bir y mo tored to Lansing Friday. They re turned home Saturday and Mrs. Clifford Inslev and baby, EltDn, came home with them. Miss Mildred Bunker visited with Mrs. Ward Hoppough, JSaturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Condon visaed with Frank Tillotson and wife Fri dav afternoon. Mr. and, Mrs. Louis Compton vis ited with relatives in Big Rapids on Saturday and Sunday. Little Wendell Coss came from Grand Rapids, Saturday, to visit for two or three weeks with his grand ma. Mrs. Mary Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snencer, of Belding were Sunday guests of Ciyde Cotter and wife. R. W. Durham, of Grand Rapids, potato buyer, at Smyrna station, loaded two cars of potatoes last week Harold Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. George Hanks and grand daughter, Bessie Grav, stopped in Paris on their way home from Merritt and visited the fish hatchery there. Mrs. Hanks said it .was. quite an interest ing sight. George Hanks is still suffering with a lame back and side. tin!!ttt!itt?i!imiiimmn!m mmitimiimrmmttr Under State Supervision Since 1889 Belding's Oldest Bank AH Of These Men Saved Their Money Andrew Carnegie was a bobbin boy at $1.20 a week. Russell Sage was a clerk in a grocery $4. 00 a week. ; John D. Rockefeller was a 'clerk at very small wages. Philip D. Armour was a helper in the mines. Thomas Edison was a. newsboy. James J. Hill was an ordinary day laborer. Frank W. Woolworth was a grocery clerk at $6.00 a week. j Then Their Big Opportunities Came and as they had a little READY MONEY in the bank, the v were able to make the most of the chances offered. j You can do the same thing. Begin saving - for your j: opportunity today. P 1 Belding Savings Bank The Bank on the Corner" Capital, Surplus and Profits over $75,000.00 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiintitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiiiiug j Readers Attention I Watch this space each 1 week for news about I some things that may 1 interest you. 1 Sister Sue j Eleanor H. Porter Poor Wise Man Mary Roberts Rinehart Big Timber 1 Bertrand W. Sinclair 5 Frenzied Fiction Stephen Larcock Whispers j Louis Dodge 1 In the House of Another 1 Beatrice Mantle 1 Captain Macedoine's I 1 Daughter 1 William McFee g 5 Jan i M. Morgan Gibbon E H I Greatest Failure in All 1 p " History I John Sprago I History of The 126 Infan- I 1 try in World War 1917-19 1 s Embil B. Gansser I g i i ww i I Alvah N. Belding f Library I Open 3-5:30 nd 7-9:00 p. m. ffiiiniiimintinitiitiiiiitiiniiiiNniimniiniiiiitnniiiiiiiiinntiiiiuitiniNniiiiiiri Empress Theatre May 25-26 Admission 15 and 25c JM WILLIAM FOX presents WML Ml Standby Chailes J-Brabili he mightiest screen melodrama of all time. A picture of nightlife in flights and shadows of the Great Metropolis. As titanic as Hie Great City itself. Dotit miss it SATURDAY SPECIAL 40G CHOC. CREAMS 1 LB. LOTS 35C SPECIAL SATURDAY CHOC. DROPS 20C LB. BED CANDY I5C LB. Riio ion's 5-I0g Sioros With Variety Depts. 98c DAY SATURDAY DON'T FAIL TO BE HERE SATURDAY ' ' A Bargain for Everybody 5 yds. 30 in.xblk. wire screen for 98c 2 74c Window Shades for . 98c 5 yds. 33c Curtain goods for 98c 3 yds. 48c Curtain goods, fancy 98c 3 yds. 48c Dress goods, worth 75c a yd., for 98c 3 48c Curtain Rods for 98c 3 yds, colored Oil Cloth, very best quality, for 98c Ladies Silk Hoisery, a pair for 98c 5 yds. 28 in, galv. wire screen 98c 3 48c-6 qt. Granite pudding pans 98c 4 43c-5 qt. Granite pudding pans 98c Ladies Aprons, worth $1.50, for 98c 5 white Cups and Saucers for 98c 3 pr. Ladies white 65c value hose 98c Romper Suits, $1.24 regular, for 98c 14 rolls 10c Toilet Paper for 98c 6 pr. Ladies 20c Hose for 98c ALL COLORS IN GERANIUMS 24c Special for the Following Monday and Tuesday. 10c Hair nets, 3 for 25c. 15c Hairnets, double mesh human hair, cap shape 10c UN b 3) Quick Service-No Delay Is Our Motto PHONE NO. 3(4 n II I) 0 mMiiiiimiiimitmiiMtmmm'M""'""""""""""