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THE B ELDING, MICHIGAN, BANNER-NEWS WEDNESDAY, .MAY 18, 1921 THE BELDING BANNER-NEWS (The Belding Banner, established 1889 (Tho Belding News, established 1895) (Consolidated May 21, 1918) Published every Wednesday afternoon by the Banner Publishing Co.,' Belding, Michigan. Ed. D. Eneemann II. M. Engemann Editors and Publishers. stored Into the Belding. Michigan 1'uat Ofllc at tecoiid-cl . nullrr. pie of the city, not members of he church also attended. Mr. Sheperd is well known here, being a son of Mrs. Bessie Sheperd, of the north side. Big Shipment Of Dishes W. G. Wicks, of the Wicks-Fales .Co., was busy unpacking a large shipment of dishes which had just G RATTAN Sunday guests at Don Donovan's were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. F.ed Stokes, of Greenville, Mrs. Ed. Big- Subierlptlon Poitpald One year In advanre ....$2.00 ftti month In rdvanre - ..........f 1.00 Three months In advamt: I .60 Canada, one year In adv.inre .............$2.50 Advertising Display ratea rn application. Card of thanks, fifty cents, luminous locals, on first pace, 12li cents a Hue. Got Teachers Certificates As a result of the teachers exam inations which were held in the coun ty recently, the following young peo ple from this section of the country have been granted certificates to teach: Lalah A. Jolley and Pauline Harlow, Smyrna; Gladys Burns, Margaret Friedfy, Julian II. Miller, and Lorna G. Vincent, Belding. 9 Honored Local Man The members of the Congrega tional church at Clarksville, on last Thursday evening gave a reception in honor of their new pastor, liev. Wm. A. Sheperd in which a delight ful program was enjoyed. Many peo- White Swan Cemetery Association Thj members of the White Swan Cemetery Association will hold thiir annual meeting at the White Swan Baptist church on Sunday afternoon, May L'Jtn, at two o'clock. All are itr ialiy invited to come anl lihtcc. to Fred Gieb, of Grand Rapids nr.d a music.il program which will be given. Remember the date, Sunday, May 20th. Name Moon's Successor Judge Montgomery Webster on Sahirdav nrioointed Frank S. Loree, : Ionia grocer to the position of su perintendent of the poor of this coun ty to take the place made vacant by the death of Frank L. Moon, who died last week.v Among the other men in line for the place was Earl Wright, formerly of iis.city and who has had several years experience as assistant to his father, the late O. C. Wright, 'when he was superintendent of the Th onrvJiintmprtt. hv Judire Webster is only temporary and the supervisors will either confirm the nnnnintmpnt at their June meeting or elect a man of their own choice to fill the place. i i rnorhtiH hum frnm Knt'lnnrl. JUnnnav ' a terns; SSe M and it locked as if it was unsafe to tndrcn L'd eo.ge. lirn t At Vnrma Tnthill nf Knrnnac return- iKiddville in, yet none of the dishes. ea home Saturday after spenaing u were broken in their long trip. tew days wun ner aunt, mts. r rm uonovan. Mrs. James Donovan and two Chil dren Lucile and Alice and Mrs. Frank Donovan spent Monday evening at Card Of Thanks We wish to express our since est thanks and sppreciation for ths kind ness and floral offerings tendered us i iby our friends, neighbors and tellow workmen of Lie lieJd ng-Iiall uom pany during the recent illness and r'eath of our beloved father, Dennis Michael Hdjan, sr. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hogan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hogan, and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Feehan and family, M. end Mrs. Matt Beahan and family, Mrs. Nettie Childs spent Sunday in Shiloh, with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Crane and family. w Cxi ' n mam mrnmmm i I mmmm . v.iY.'-. t ?.'.-: v .y.-v-A IIS mmw :a3.-x. i.r.'? Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Msrx Perfectioin In any line can be attained only after years of careful prepar ation and presistent application of the knowledge gainea. Hart Schaffner & Marx and Clothcraft clothes are produced' by two of the oldest houses in the country and are a result of the combined efforts of the best qual ified experts obtainable. The best designers and work men only are responsible for the production of these lines and only the best of pure Virgin Wool materials are used in their con struction. When you can buy clothes with such a reputation as ithese makes have for the small amounts of $30 $40 $50 why take a chance by buying a make you know nothing of or who are new in the business. Every suit you purchase of us is guaranteed to please you and you're the judge. Fristoe & Rummler Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Powell, of Kalamazoo were the over Sunday guests of her mother. Mrs. May Cooper. Harlie Weller's. Several from this vicinity attend ed the funeral of Terry Corrigan, at 1'arnell, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Westcotjt and Mrs. Elmer Weller and little son were callers at Harlie Weller's, Sat urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Rhodes spent the past week with relatives at Bel ding. Mrs. John Randal, of Grand Rap ids, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Brooks and Mrs. Charlie Bear. Dr. Madeline Doyle, of Grand Rap ids spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Spencer and daughter, Eva, spent Sunday t with Albert Bowman and wife at their cot tage at Reed's lake. liollin Donovan returned home on Monday night after spending a few days at Mt. Pleasant and also went trout fishing on Manistee river where he caught, some very nice rainbow trout, the largest weighing eleven pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Vaus, of Grand Rap ' The installation of Venus Chapter O. E. S. was. held Saturday night with a good attendance. Officers for the ensuing year are as follows: Worthy-Matron, Ella Howard, Wor thv Patron. Edwin Scott: Associate Jeriks: uonauciress, Good Time Jo Clean Up This is a mighty goo1 time to get out the rake and shovel and other necessary tools and clean 'up the dir ty spots around the city and nothing wou'.d he better for the city than to be able to say that there are no such places within our nmus. yi cuui Matron. Anna Jenks: Clara Davics: Associate Conductess, . i nr w Verv few. but what ids have move ' in the Luther Elkins Ora Bookev: Sec. Nellie Brooks; Q uvp no excuse and should house. Mr. Vaus will work on the.Treas., Mary Borden; Chaplain, Em-: cjeaned up. Dirt and filth breed good road3 this summer. !ma Norton; Marshal, Mable Scott ; i jscage and dirty,- insanitary places The fi.-st and second degree was ' Organist. Mable Green; Adi, Hattie ghouu e cleaned up. given to a class of ten candidates on Brown; Esther, Jessie Weeks; Ma:-, . . ..... .... . , il T-l . .11..... Pln.. I.r.J 1 inursday night, tne third ana xounn ina, , rann:e uc vruiur , Ppnn,ps Evans Was Green- will De given at the . next regular wniiien; vvaruen, ujanui meeting. Sentinel, Will Jenks. Brown; i Mrs. Frances fcvans wi i villi? visitor, Monday. i vsxtx iniMiiiiHHn:rrmfflwtii?inTtfnvr m .We are back in Belding and are ready to do any thing and everything, in Concrete Work. Nqjob too big for us and we can satisfy you in every way. , Ask any of our many local satisfied customers in regard to our work. Let us estimate on your job. Leave orders or inquiries at the Baher-News office until further notice. TTGd 'lm Mkm uniiiiii;;niwiiuiiiinin;ti;nsi!ii;:iii:inmn We are going to offer you first class Side Pork, per lb., 1 4c for Saturday, May 21, only.5 ; Other meat priced in proportion Shindoit & 5picer Cash and Carry Market South Bridge St. Belding, Mich. 1 ;iirti??nt.n.tttttnn (Lelote nxnun: C7 Big Sale on Tea and Canned Goods. Q00 lbs High Grade uncolorod Japan Tea, v;orih 00c per lb., Our price until sold, in pound lofs only, lb. , Hawaiian Canned Pineapples, 40c can Oc No. 1 cans Red Raspberries, extra fancy, in 40 per cent Sugar Syrup, can 15c No. 1 cans Black Raspberries extra fancy in 40 per cent Sugar Syrup, can ...... llSc 50c cans California Peaches,: for ... . , ., .......... 25c Libby's Cooke d Corn Beef, 1 lb can ',,19c Best Pink Alaska Salmon, per can ." . . ..... . . . . . . . . . . .". . .V.". . .... ...... 15c Large No. 3 can Pork and Beans, per can . 1 .7 . : J. . :10c Medium sized cans Pork and Beans, can ........ ....... ... ' 5c Wax Beans and Green Beans, per can ; . . . . . . . . . . ... . ; . . . v . . . . . .V. -7Vc 1 Gallon Can High Grade Ketchup 57c Sugar, lb ... .8c Crescent Flour, sack . ; ..... . . . !..129. 6 lbs. Rolled Oats ........ 25c New Perfection Flour, sack . . . . .' . 1.29 5 lbs. Corn Meal 19c Snow Drift Flour, sack 1.19 2 lbs Macaroni J . .25c Voight's Jack Frost Flour, sack ... . .1.15 2 lbs. Spaghetti -25c Omar or Cresota Spring Wheat, sack 1.49 Picinc Hams, lb .'. . 18c Large Cans Caroline Milk ..... . . . . .J. 10c Bulk Peanut Butter, lb 19c Full Cream Cheese, lb '.25c Ford Cars Overhauled 9 I and Cylinders Rebored Special machinery for burnishing in bearings. I have standard equipment to take care of your wants, also all kinds of accessories. . Better look me up. Have a new carburetor that will give you more mileage per gallon than the one you have. Come over and look at it; 30 days trial, if not satisfied your money back. I also have special machinery for sharpening lawn mowers. My prices are 75c per hour. What are you paying elsewhere? FRANK J. KANE GARAGE Phone 346-w 421 Leonard St. Belding ... Jlravis brocenes We i will keep them up in quality and at a living price for both of us. You can get Service, Price and Quality here. Fred Travis I r. " 0 . " - -m,U n ""' 1 1' "l ' mm-ZMn in up I I Oar Full Line of Accessories 1 Vo1a N ! embraces only those articles of proved, nation- ally-preferred excellence, from the smallest I "YqNToV items to " I I fMMi Pennsylvania WmI mcuuM cup MfeM TIRES 1 Jwor1 e tes e ,amous Vacuum Cups which I UlfAAiL)v arc uaranreecf nonskid on wet, slippery pavements, VjVoy else tires returnable at purchase price after reason- maa . ....... , . I tipproximaxciy inc price ox ordinary j,:uu mile tires, I AlVv5SS2l I thCy CSt m-uch lcSS than any othcr makc carrying anything I I rVcll Guaranteed per warranty tag fo I 1PIL ! ' ' 6 000 Miles ' I Phone Gl South Bridge Street Grocer Belding i:n::j:nn::::mmn:m:::::t:tmt:u:mnn::an:m:::mt:n:a Size- 30 3X 30 x 31, 32 32 x 4 32 33 34 Cacuum Cup Ton Fabric Tested Casings Tubes $11.50 $1.50 14.00 1.65 . . , ........ . 17:20 2.00 19.80 2.40 22.95 2.45 . . . .... 23.85 2.G0 24.25 2.G5 30.40 3.15 With each casing purchased we Will give 1 you, absolutely free, a ton tested tube of corresponding size. Thompson's Garage 221 W. Main St. Beldinjr; Mich.