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THE DELDING, MICHIGAN, BANNER -NEWS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1921 EAST ORLEANS AND RONALD. Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reeves and daughter, Maysel, attended their family reunion at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ree ves and family, of near Smyrna, last Sunday. Mr. Ren Tower and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Howard and family and Mrs. Alice Peterson and daughter, Bessie, of near Smyrna spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hoppough. Orson Rowley was confined to his bed for a couple of days because of illness, but is able to be out again. Helpful Rubber Bands.' Small Hint W rubber like those jned around roll of paper In offleea are more convenient for placing around rolls of patches or cloth left over from Making a garment than ulng plan or string for tying uround them ami pre sent a neuter appearance In storing away. Catalog, miiviirlne, buiuhe of paper may be rolled with a rubber band and stored In smaller space. Card Of Thanks We wish to thank all the kind neighbors and dear friends for their loving sympathy in this our hour of .1 cm.ir. fnt oil tVio honntiful "v ." - UtTJ'tl BUilU" i . Mr. and Mrs. Everett Warden ana flowers and all the K naiy spoKen family were in Ior.ia, Saturday. words of comfort as we mourn for Isabelle and Ethel Howard, of our wrongeu orpnan ooy. Id. snpnt over Saturday and Sunday . with their grandparents, Mr. aii Mrs. Clark Hoppough. I Mr. and Mrs. Guy noppougn anu the former's mother, Mrs. Frank Hoppough, of Orleans, were in Ionia Viola Nealon, Donna Wright, Jack Wright. $100 Reward, $100 need by constitutional conditions. It inerirore require constitutional ueii ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surface of the 8y tern. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, plves the patient strength by Improving lioppougn nave purcnascu a new doing its worn, iiw.w ior any r" MTnrmi. rnm hnskpr. of Elcrn Catarrh that HALL'S CATARIUI Condon, of Smyrna. soon commi FViftn v. A large crowd attended the danc ing party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Spanne and family, last Friday evening. Supper consisted of sandwiches, cake an.1 coffee. A fine time was reported by all. Messrs. Urson nowiey ana uny corn husker, of Elg n Catarrh that HALL'S CATA dmvrna Thpv pvnect to' MEDICINE falls to cure, bmjrna. iney expect to, DruKgl3t3 -rc Testimonials free. .ence husking corn. . y, j. choncy & Co., Toledo, Ohio. mtiivixxxviixixxiizrAiv&iiiimm H F R S WA REDUCED $110 .00 Cashbus an American Maid or Crystal Electric Washer. . With this purchase we will give six Jacquet Flyer tickets Free. & Power Co. Mental Iftipulses Are i the Secret of Health ' Cut the wire running from the power station to your home and you have no lights. In a like manner permit a vertebra in the spine to impinge on a nerve running to that part of the body, and that part of the body ceases to function properly. Chiropractic adjustments re lieves the pressure on the nerve affected and the mental impulse flows normally. E. G. Green, d. C. Ph. C. Phone 403 Office hours 2 to 5, 7 to 8 Residence phone 392-3r THINK OF . Henry Smith Floral Co. Grand Rapids, Michigan When you want flowers for any purpose Largest and best equipped floral establishment in Western Michigan Store on corner of Monroe and Division Ave. Btcre Phcnea ZUU. 171 Farn Pbonx Dell l CKlzsca, C3l MRS. BOWSER'S STORY And Mr. Bowser's Adven ture. By M. QUAD. oOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX)OOOOOOOOo- (&. Ill. by McClur Newppr 8n.lUat. ) Dinner wus ready at the usual hour, but Mr. Hoaxer ltul not Appeared. Mrs. How her w aited three minutes, and then heguu to worry. Why didn't Mr. Bowser come? Mad lie gone on a fishing excursion and been wrecked, and perhaps been cast mi a lone island, tulles and mile at M-u? He might -have gone up in a Hying machine and taken a drop. lie might have gone out Into the country to buy a pleee of land to raise grass hoppers. Half-past six, and no Mr. How ser I Mrs. Howser put on her hat and walked up to the car line. She stood on the corner for a quarter of an hour, and no Mr. Howser. She returned to the house to telephone, but who could hhe telephone to? Who kept track and trace of Mr. Howser? 'Hie cook came up to console her, and sl.e did It by saying: io not worry, Mis. Howser. If Mr. Howser has fallen off the roof of a building and been smashed all to Jelly, that's the end of him, and you 'can't help him any by worrying. He may hae climbed a tree and is afraid to come down." Mrs. Howser was moving toward the telephone, when it began to ring. She answered very qulrtily. "1 this Mrs. howser?" was the In quiry. "Yes yes!" "Mrs. Samuel J. Howser?" "W "You live up on Third place, don't you?" "Yes, 1 do." "Well, don't get nervous when I tell you something. This is the police sta tion, in the Sixth precinct. "Is is my husband dead?" was asked in a trembling voice. "Oh, no, madam. He Is very much alive. Now, 1 w ill make you under- I stand how the csise is. A boy, who is j a young thief, was stealing from a j grocer. A detective saw him and ar- j rested him. The boy fought back, ami the two had quite a scrimmage in the j street. Mr. Howser was riding home j oi. the car. He saw the row and j thought the man was abusing the boy. j He jumped off the car and talxed it, and, as it is against the law to strike j an ol!icer while doing Ids duty, he w as ' arrested and brought in." "And nothing has happened to Mm?" asked Mrs. Howser. "Well, yes and no, to that. He Is a very lordly sort of a man, you must know. He thinks he runs the town. He began talking in a loud voice the min ute he came into the station, and tell ing what would happen to us if we did not apologize and turn him loose. That's Mr. Hower's way, Isn't it?" "Why why, he has ways about Mm," said Mrs. Howser with a langh. "I should think he had! When I told him that If he didn't shut up we tlon, but he was fifteen minutes too late. They would have shown her every courtesy, but Mr. Howser had taken advantage of those fifteen min utes to rals? another row. He had !anged on the door of his cell, and In dulged In about fifty awful threats. Therefore they were about ready to drench him down with cold water played through a hose. Mrs. Howser was only allowed to talk to him through the door. She spoke about getting Mrs. (Ircen or some one else to bail him out, but he almost ferociously replied : "I forbid you to do anything of the kind! I want to have a perfect suit for a million dollars damages against these fiends of iollce! I am In here, and here 1 will stay until I am brought Into court In the morning. I know the JTnlge. He will give them an -awful raking down, and then I will begin my suit. If It is necessary, the President himself will come down here as one of my witnesses!" "Hut the President knows nothing about the case!" protested Mrs. How ser. "It don't make any difference. I tell you, Mrs. Howser, they have got hold of the wrong man! They never knew who Samuel J. Howser was, but they will know it after this! The detective "He May Have Climbed a Tree and l Afraid to Come Down." would lock him up In a cell he defied me to do it. He said that If I locked him up he would go to the President of the United States and make me all kinds of trouble. He said President Harding was a great chum of his." Mrs. Howser laughed and the police sergeant went on: "He finally started to walk off and we had to detain him. In the row I think he got hit with a club, but there Is no great damage done. It cooled him off somewhat, hut It took three of us to put him In a cell. We would have, let Mm go If he had explained the case, but he would not ljsten to us. Now he will have to appear In court tomorrow morning to answer the charge of misdemeanor. I don't think it will do any hurt to keep him In the cell all night. If you want to ball him out you must bring the deed of your property." "Hut I can't do that," answered Mrs Howser. "Mr. Howser has the deed In safe deposit." "Then can you raise two hundred and fifty dollars In cash?" H fear not, as we have got but $5 In the house." "And Mr. Howser hasn't got but $10 on him. Unless you have some friend to Interfere In your behalf, he will have to pass the night In a cell. You might come down and talk the matter over with him." -Yes, I will come Mrs. Howser went down to the sta Women's Club In 1747. A regularly organized women's clnb existed In New York as early as 1747. Frtftf tlPi "i rWllP'l iMm ii mm ill' I k -hd Resolution WHEREAS it seems necessary and advisable to the city council of the city of Reldintf that a sewer be con structed on Hall street from a point about two (2) rods south of the north line of lot No. 65 of Delding's second addition to the city of Bel ding, north on said center line to connect with the sewer already con structed on east Washington street. Said sewer district to be known as Lateral C of sewer district No. 1 and as created by ordinance No. 165 of the city of fielding-, entitled. "An ordinance creating Lateral C of sew er district district No. 1 and to be known as ordinance No. 165 of the city of Belding." Said sewer to be constructed according to the maps, plans, plats and diagrams thereof now on file in the office of the city clerk. AND WHEREAS it has been the estaiblishdi custom 'of the city of Belding to pay at least one-sixth (1-6) of the entire cost and expenses cf establish ng, making, laying and constructing sewers out of the Gen eral sewer fund of said city, and to defray the remainder of such cost and expenses by special assessment upon the taxable lands, lots and premises included within such sewer district in proportion and in such manner as is provided by the charter of the city of Bedding. NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved that the city council of the city of Belding , deem it necessary and ex pedient and do hereby order a sew ed to be constructed within said sew er district known as Lateral C of sever district No. 1 as created by ordinance No. 165 of the city of Bel ding, said s?wer to be laid as fol of Sewer District No; 1 of the city of Belding and to be known as ordi nance No. 163 of the city of Beldmg. as provided by the charter of said city. The' City of Beld ng Ordains: Section 1. All of the . lands and premises included" within the follow ng boundries in sewer district No. 1 of sa!d city shall constitute and be known as Lateral C of sewer district No. 1, to wit: Commencing at the northwest cor ner of lot No. 64 of Belding's second acditicn to the city of Belding, run ring thence south to the south west corner of lot No. 65 of Belding's sec ond -add tion to the city of Belding, running thence east to the south east corner of premises now owned 1 by Frederick W. Howard and being eight (8) rods east of the east line of Hall thence north sixteen (16) rods to the north east corner of E remises now owned ny ueram ivun erly, running thence west to the north east corner of Lot No. 61 of BeL ing's second addition to the city of Belding, running thence south on the west line of Hall street to the north east corner of lot No. 64 of Belding's second addition to the city of Belding, running thence west to I the place of beginning. Sect on 2. This ordinance shall be known as ordinance No. 165 of the city of Belding and shall take im mediate effect. F. A. WASHBURN, Mayor. Countersigned: C. S. HOOVER, Clerk. Stat? of Michigan ss. County of Ionia I, Clellie S. Hoover, city clerk of the city of Belding, hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance No. 1G5 was presented to the Mayor on the 21st day of September, A. D. 1921, was signed and approved by STATE OF MICHIGAN The Probate Court for the county of Ionia, at a session of said court, held at the probate office in the city of Ionia, in sa d county, on the nine teenth day of September, A. D. 1921. Present: Hon. Montgomery Web ster, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Mary West Stoughton, Mentally In competent. Frank R. Chase, Guard ian of said estate, having filed in said court h!s anual account and his pe tition praying that a time and place be assigned for the examination and allowance of his account with said estate, It is ordered that Monday, the sev enteenth day of October A. D. 1921, at ane-thirty o'clock in the afternoon at said probate office be and is hereby appointed for examining and allow ing said account and hearing said petition. It is further ordered that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to sid day of hearing in the Belding Banner News, a newspaper printed and cir culated in said county. L. S. Montgomery Webster, A true copy. Judge of Probate Anna P. Webster, Register of Probate Oct. 5 STATE OF MICHIGAN The Probate Court for the county of Ionia, at a session of said court, hfld at the prcbate office in the city of Ionia, in said county, on the nine teenth day of September, A. I). 1921. Present: Hon. Montgomery Web ster, Judge pf Probate. In the matter of the estate of Martin L. Howe, deceased, John D. Strain, Devisee of said Deceased, having filed in said court his peti tion pray:ng that a certain instru ment in" writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, now on file in said court, be admitted to probate, and that the lows: e I hi on ;sai uci ate an , ' administrate with the Will annex- From a point on the center line of , l:hed in the BeHinj ""nf ! ed of said estate be granted to John Hall street about two (2) rods south a newspaper Pubf or to some other suitable of the north line of lot No. 65 ofpns in the city of Belding in its reg-, ' Belding's second addition to the city ular issue on the 28th cay of Septem- of Belding, north on said center line ner, a. u. ijw. st Washington street hereunto set my hand and the seal ttvirtp,l nrmrAiriT to i cf the city of Belding on this 28th the maps, plans, plats and diagrams day ot September, a. Subscribe for the Banner-News Indulged in About Fifty Awful Threats. Kcrutchcd myiise in reaching for my col hi r. Tl.ey- will have to pay m a hundred tliouvmid dollars for that MTHich. Their he tore my coat collar, as you see. That Is another hundred thousand. Then. Leeuuse I wouldn't Mop talking, they hit me with a club, itiul the brutes iovd me Into the cell. Oh, but won't I give them Mich a law suit us never was heard of before!" Then I can't get you out," said Mrs. Bowser. "No. ma'am you can't, but you must not worry. I will be home about nine o'clock, headed by a brass band. You can a ira nue about the band, If you want to.' Mr. IIowmt was rather quVt all night long. That Is, he didn't protest and threaten only once every tifteen minutfs. He was brought out of his cell when court opened. He smiled nt the Judge, but there was no returned smile. The ollicer told bow he miw the boy stealing and he said there was a seuflle, because the boy tried to bite his hand. He told of Mr. Bowser's in terference, and then Mr. Bowser him Mf was culled to stand up. All he aid was : "He was using the boy In a brutal manner, and I felt called upon to In terfere." "Oh, you did, eh?V remarked the Judge. "You are fined $.", or thirty days In Jail!" There were friends of Mr. Bowser there who lent him the money, and he paid the fine and started for home. When he reached It he had something to say to Mrs. Bowser, and It was: "I will also sue the Judge for a mil lion dollars' damage! (iet some break fast ready for me !" person. It is ordered that the eighteenth . : . .....r-mr-.v.. r i i inv ni iic-Loner. rv. n. l.IjLI. ml one- t, connect with the sewer already con-1 .IN WUWtfab wiitiUAJ i nave , afternoon, at structcd on East Washington .street ; hereunto set my nana ana tne a Jd - bate offi be and is hereby same to be constructed according to i cf the city of Leld.ng on this 28th , f h'w Detition. It is further ordered that public notice thereof be given by publication cf a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing in the Belding Banner- STATE OF MICHIGAN in" sewer as provided in said charter, be i The Probate court for the county L g i Montgomery Webster, paid out of the General sewer fund ot lonia, at a session oi saia court A true copy Judge of Probate of said citv and the remainder of held at the Probate Office in the city Ann P. WpWpi- " i , r i : r r - : Yw. : - . -, such costs anu expenses De aeirayeu oi ionia, in saiu cuumjf, uu by fpir.'.Hl assessment upon all of the I third day of October , A. D. 1921. taxable lhr.ds. lot3 and prem'ses in-' Present: Hon. Montgomery Web- cluded within Lateral C of sewer Dis. ster, Judge of Probate. No. 1 in nronortion to the estimated i In the matter of the thereof on file in the office of the city clerk. j BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that one-s'xth (1-G) of the entire cost j and expenses of establish'ng, mak- inir. lavimr and constructing said CLELLIS S. HOOVER. City Clerk. LEG AiTNOf ICES Register of Probate Oct. 5 STATE OF MICHIGAN Thp Probatp Court for the eountv estate of of Ionia, at a session of said court. hi refUs arrruinir to each rarcol of Carrel C. Ellis, Minor. Antoinette held at the Probate office in the city lml respectively from the co.tstru?-. E. Ellis, Guardian of said estate,1 of Ionia, in said county, on the fif t;on cf said sewer as provided by the! having filed in said court her pe-j teenth day of September, A. D. 1921. charter of the city of Beld r.fc. tition, praying for license to sell, at; Present: Hon. Montgomery Web- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, 1 private sale, the interest of said ster, Judge of Probate, thr.t the city clerk be and is hsroby I estate in certain real estate therein: In the matter of the estate of authorized and instructed to pub1i:v.i j escr bed, for the purpose of in- Theodore F. Ireland, Helen P. Ire in thp Bpldinc Banner-News. btrnc verting the proceeds thereof or put-; land and Robert R. Ireland, Minors. the official oriran of said citv .'ni n ting the same out at interest, Fred L. Warner, Guardian of said newspaper printed and circulatid in tho city of Belding, for two (-) con snutive weeks, the following .notice, It is ordered that the twenty-sev-, estate, having filed in said court his enth day of October, A. D. 1921, at i petition, praying for license to sell one-thirty o clock in the afternoon, at private sale, the interest of said ft. ft fii-ef rmhliontinn nf w hi.-'n srtnll at said nrobate office, be and is here-testate in certain real estate therein oUr, i'n v, iceno nf nifl nn-vf n I bv annointed for hearinc said peti- deserbed. for the curnosfi of invest- the 28th day of September A. D. 1921 !t ion, and that all persons interested ; ing the proceeds thereof or putting Notice I in said estate lappear befdre said i the same out at interest, I . LA . I A .1 1 ' Ti 1 J , il . .1 court, ajt saiu xime anu pmce, io . i is oraereu inai tne eventeenm show cause why a license to sell the day of October, A. D. 1921, at one- interest oi saia esiaie in saiu reai , miriy ociock in tne aiternoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby Cadmium Found in Zinc Ores. Cadmium, a metallic element discov ered In 1S17 by Stromeyer, Is not found native, but (ccurs as the sul phide In the mineral greenookite, and In association with stlnc ores. Green ockite is found In Bohemia and In Hungary, and also In Lehigh county, Pennsylvania, but In too small quan tities to be of commercial Importance. Cadmium Is a constituent of most zinc ores, and as It Is more volatile than zinc It passes over first, In the reduc tion of such ores, as cadmium oxide This Is collected, mixed with charcoal, and the mixture heated In Iron tubes, from which the cadmium distills over in a more or less Impure state. In order to purify It, the metal Is redis tilled and the product dissolved In hydrochloric acid, from which solution metallic cadmium Is precipitated with zinc Most of the cadmium of com merce conies from Silesia, but small quantities are produced In the Joplln (Mo.) district. First Practical Reaper. Cyrus II. McCormlck made the first successful reaper. He built It as a boy without his father's knowing It and tried It out one fall. It was not entirely a success, but he made some changes and tried It again. Finally In 18.11 he made his first successful reaper, says Farm and Fireside. He kept on making improvements and In 18.11. had a machine good enough to patent. He offered them for sale for $.10 apiece, but no one would Uiy. Finally In 1830 he Invited a lot of farmers to see It work. It cut two acres an hour. That was really wonderful In those days, but still no one would buy It. The next year, 1840, a man at Egypt, Va., bought the first machine and paid $.T0 for It. It worked, and faith tn the new Invention began to spread. Subscribe for the Banner-News, To whom it may concern: TAKE NOTICE that the city coun- oil nf tVio rtti. nf RpMinc deem it .vninf anA havA estate should not be irranted. 1 1 V V r - (1 1 ctiv .-v i v v t w m.i I,. ; - . . ... i - . ' . . . : . determined by resolution heretofore) It is further ordered that pupiic . appointed for hearing said petition n4et to rnnp n spwpr tn hn con-i notice thereof be given by publica- and that all persons interested in said structed within a district known as tion of a copy of this order for three j estate appear before said court, at Lateral C of sewer district No. 1 as I successive weeks previous to said: said time and place, to show cause created by ordinance No. 165 of the p ay of hearing in the Belding Ban-. why a license to sell the interest of city of Belding and to construct said ner-News, 'a newspaper printed and j said estate in said real estate should sewer within the above mentioned ; circulated in said county. j not be granted, sewer district and to lay the same 1 L. S. Montgomery Webster. , It is further ordered that public as follows, to-wif A true cony. Judge of Probate notice thereof be given by publica From a point on the center line of Bessie Duffy. tion of a copy of this order for three Hall street about two (2) rods south j Dep. Reg. of Probate. Oct. 19 successive weeks previous to said day cf the north l'ne of lot No. 65 of j ! hearing in the Belding Banner- Beldinir's second addition to the city STATE OF MICHIGAN A,"tw.s'.B. newspaper printed ana cir- of Belding north on said center line The Probate 'robate Court for the County ! jg in sad county i, at a session of said court, I tl rlonTfLZ 11 r,Wo nffi, tn the ritvl Atru.e c2Py- ' Judge of Probate. Oct. 5 to connect with the sewer already ,nf Tnn!a. nnn.t.n.nl nut Wookinnrtnn St It 1 . il 1 ' i t U I A tlT K inn.ti.fAil nixnrHinn trk r r i.. .1 XesSie UUIIY. smc w uc luiisuuiicu awuiu.MK v oi ionia, in aia county, on me rnr pf. t n.-.v ih ian nlans nlata and diagrams Jo t nK A n 1091 I ueP- ne 01 1 roDate. thereof on file in the office of the city j present: Hon. Montgomery Web- Mortgage Sale clerk. . . ster. Judee of Probate. I WHRRFAR rtofoiOt Vovinn. AND . FURTHER that one-s xth; Tn the matter of the estate of m in tfc nrnAi. MfMM , , tt J J J T . V ""T . UIU"'S' I ! a V nnim AAefa onH V non. a i me cuwic vwo i Mrcni w. nowaru. ut-ceaseu. jci-,made by Wellington Gardner special ses of establishing, making, laying, nje e. Howard, widow of deceased, : guardian of Arvilla Maude Gardner and constructing said sewer be paid j having filed in said court her peti- j a minor to J. Clyde Watt and Ray A.' out of the ueneral sewer fund of said t;0n nravinir that the administration Cnlwotl AaoA Mou on iqiq u oi saia estate De grantea to jennie 1 8um 0f three hundred twenty-one E. Howard, or to some other suitable j dollars ($321.00) which mortgage person, A.. A . J was recorded in the office of the Reg- It is ordered that the thirty-first ; iSter of Deeds in th ronntv nf Tnnia nthin the said sewer district and j day of October A. D. 1921 at one- and state of Michigan, on the 8th day nown as Lateral C of Sewer dis- thirty o'clock in the afternoon, at of April, 1918 in Liber 107 of Mort rict No. 1, in proportion of the es- 8aid probate office, be and is hereby j gaes. on nape 378 and appointed ior nearing sam peuuon. wilEKEAS, the amount claimed It is further ordered that public. to be due on said mortgage on the notice thereof be given by publica-; date hereof is the sum of three hun tion of a copy of this order once eachjdred twenty-seven dollars and ninety week for 3 successive weeks previous seven cents, ($327.97) and the fur- to sa d nay oi nearing in tne ueicmg tner s"n of $15.00 as an Attorney Banner-News, a newspaper printed: fee stimulated in said mortgage, and anu viuuiaicu in saiu iuuiivj, L. S. Montgomery Webster, city and the remainder of such costs and expenses be defrayed by special assessment upon all of the taxable lands, lots and premises included within the said sewer district and known trict timated benefits accruing to each parcel of land respectively from the construction of said sewer as pro vided by the charter of the city of Belding. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that Lateral C of sewer district No. 1 as established by ordinance No. 165 of the city of Belding comprises the lands within the following boundries, to-wit: Commencing at the north west corner of lot No. 64 of Belding's sec ond addition to the city of Belding, running thence south to the south west corner of lot No. 65 of Belding's second addition to the city of Bel ding, running thence east to the south east corner of premises now owned by Frederick W. Howard and being eight (8) rods east of the east line of Hall street, running thence north sixteen (16) rods to the north east corner of premises now owned by Gerald Kimberly, running thence west to the north east corner of lot No. 61 of Belding's second addition to the city of Belding, running thence south on the west, line of Hall street to the north east corner of lot No. 64 of Belding's second addition to the city of Belding, running thence west to the place of beginning. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that on the Nth day of October between the hours of eight o'clock in the morning and five o'clock in the af ternoon the city council will be in session in the council rooms in said city for the purpose of considering any objections or suggestions that may be made by parties interested with respect to such sewer as provid ed by the charter of the city of Bel ding. C. S. HOOVER, . City Clerk. Ordinance An ordinance creating Lateral C A true copy. Bessie Duffy. Dep. Reg. of Probate. Judge of Probate Oct. 19 STATE OF MICHIGAN The Probate Court for the county of Ionia, at a session of said court, held at the probate office in the city of Ionia, in sa'd county, on the nine-! a sale of the premises at Public auc that no suit or nroceedinc At law haying been instituted to Tecover said moneys secured by said mort gage or anv part thereof; NOW THEREFORE, By virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and in pursuance of the statute in such case and provided, the said mortgage premises herein after described, will be foreclosed by teenth day of September, A. D. 1921. Present: Hon. Montgomery Web ster, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of H'ram Hall, deceased. Hattie Hall widow of said deceased, having filed in said court her petition praying that a certain instrument in writing purporting to be' the last will and testament of said deceased, now on file in said court be admitted to pro bate and that the administration of said estate be granted to Hattie Hall the Executrix named in said Will, or some other suitable person. It is ordered that the eighteenth day of Oct A. D. 1921, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office be and is hereby appointed for hear ing said petition. It is further ordered that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing in the Belding Banner News, a newspaper printed and cir culated in said county. L S. Montgomery Webster, A true copy. judge or Probata Anna P. Webster. Register of Probate Oct 6 tion or Vendue to the highest bidder at tne bouth iront door of the court house in the city of Ionia, in the county of Ionia aforesaid, that be ing the place of holding the Circuit court for the county of Ionia afore said, on SATURDAY, THE 22ND DAY OF OCTOBER, A. D. 1921 at one o'clock in the afternoon of said day, which said premises are described in said mortgage as follows: t "Lot number six of Broas 3rd Ad tition to the village, now city of Bel ding, county of Ionia and state of Michigan The above described premises will be sold subject to a mortgage given March 18, 1918 for five hundred dol lars ($500) by the above mortgagor to W. F. Sandell. Dated at Ionia, Michigan, July 13th A. D. 1921. J. C. Watt and R. A. Colwell. Mortgagees. WATT A COLWELL, Attorneys for Mortgagees, Business address, Ionia, Michigan. Oct 12 7" Subscribe for the Banner-News.