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PAGE SIX THE BELD1NG, MICHIGAN, BANNER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1921 Card Of Thanks I We want to thank the good, kind people of Adding for their wonder-1 ful shower to us and appreciate their generosity and nope mar. we may m some way repay it. Viola Nealon and grand children. Belding Market I Quotations Clifton Green Takes a Bride Rumor has it that Clifton Green and Miss Elsie Farmer, two well known and respected young people cf this city, were married at the home of the bride at Clare. Monday. If there is any truth to the rumor we hereby extend, on behalf of their many friends in th:s vicinity, our warmest and heartfelt congratulations. DOG LEADS W IN BOOZE RAID Scotch Terrier With Nose for Hootch Helps Enforcement Agents Uncover Still Butter Fat -41 Butter Eggs ...... 35 M KAT?S Hogs, alive 1 1-2 Hogs, dressed 1J Beef, alive 3-6 Veal Calves, alive 8-9 Lambs, alive j Hens, Alive .20 CiRAIN PRICKS PAID FARMERS' 1.10. 1.151 90 40 4.00 Homemade Floor Oils ' rf hoilpd linseed oil thin ned with three parts turpentine makes an excellent floor oih the dculturefinds3, wnopart light EASY FOR TRUCKMEN v.nfnf of nnfrinp o'l COmbin&J With four parts kerosene gives results similar to commercial kinds. The motor oil recommended must not be confused with the heavy, less highly refined kinds that contain dark sediment. DifluUe Found Infallible in Inducing Bartender to Become "Reasonable" At J-eat New York Sleuths Find It That Way. ,1.00 Wheat, No. 1, red Wheat, No. 2, white Rye Oats Beans HAY AND STRAW Hav Straw 90 FEEDS Bran, per cwt 1.50 Middlings, per cwt 1.75 Cornmeal 2.00 Corn and oats, per cwt 2.00 Ground oats 2.00 $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh Is a local disease rreatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. It therefor require constitutional .treat ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the dleease, gives the patient strength by Improving the general health and assists natura la doing Us work. $100.00 for any case of Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINC falls to cure. . Druggists 75c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. WASHER REDUCED $ 111 A.00 Cash buys an American 1 v Maid or Crystal Electric Washer. With this purchase we tj will give six Jacquet Flyer tickets Free. New York. If one la thirsty and de sires to buy a drink get a truckman's disguise, put the feed box on the fami ly innre In front of a wet spot, saunter In and the bartender will Immediately heroine "reasonable." That theory heeame a fact when "Izzy" Klnxtein. federal rum sleuth, accompanied by Moe Smith. IVter Keag:ir and a Scotch terrier, drove up In a truck In front of the Louis Komeo stahhs. 72 West Ninth street, Brook lyn. Years ago Kinsjein was a bar tender and later a chauffeur In the ivlnncy street neighborhood. "Komeo, my name is Julletta. Should you have u drink, ain't it?" the un kempt driver suggested to the stable owner. "Sure I thought you were the Junk man," said Komeo. Dag Gets Busy. The Scotch terrier then ran Into a stall, the three "truckmen" and Komeo following. The dog whined, as If beg ging for food. I'.ehind the stall was found a cnve twenty feet long. In which was a large still and twenty gal lons of some kind of strong smelling liquor. During the removal of the still and moonshine a large crowd gathered. "Good for you. Izzy; It was bad hooch, anyway," somebody, shouted. The raid was made by order of Fed eral District Attorney LeKoy V. Boss, who had received an anonymous com munication that the premises were be- Spencer Electric Light & Power Co. Ulllll lllUUUlttt :n:n::::n:::::n::nn:;:::::n:j:::::n:nn::n:nt To Be 100 Efficent You Must Have 100 Flow Of Nerve Energy. This is not possible ifa nerve from the spinal column is pressed upon. . To be in health, the stomach for instance, must receive 100 per cent flow of nerve energy. We do not know that we are sick until our nerves propel the mes sage to our brains. Then we feel pain or not at ease. By adjusting the spine at the point where the nerve is impinged the pressure is relieved and you get 100 per cent flow of nerve energy. Health invariably follows. E. G. Green, D. C. Ph. C. Phone 403 Office hours 2 to 5, 7 to 8 Residence phone 392-3r 107 1-2 W. Main it 1 Si MR. BOWSER'S WITCHHAZEL And Mrs. Bowser's Flying Machine. By M. QUAD. uOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO (). Ull. by McClur Newapaptr 8nJU-at.) It whs a tiny previous to Mrs. How ser's birthday. There had mine Into Mr. llowserV ottloe, a sharp-featured, keen-looking man, who gave his name an Mr. Cordon. Ho wus a practical chemist, and was connected with u wholesale drug manufacturer. He wanted to go n business for himself oi wlih n partner who had money and energy He had beard t Mr. iWsor and had called to talk business. One of the peat money-makers for ' the drug house, was witchhazel. It re turned over 1(H) Mr cent protit. Mr. Cordon wanted to jro Into the manu facture of wltchhazel. It would make a couple of run millionaires In five years. The world wan not half sup plied. The liquid was a dollar a pint and Rt ill going up. Ho had a talk with Mr. Bowser for two long hours, and ho satisfied him that the oppor tunity of his life had come to him. It beat bookkeeping and plg-ralslng nil to pieces. At Ave o'clock Mr. Bowser started home, as usual. He was placid ami fatlstied with the world. He looked around him at the stores and othees. and calculated that he could buy them all. In two years. Two or three of his fellow passengers, on the car, stepped on his toes, and the conductor took fifty cents from him and forgot to make the change. Nothing Irritated Mr. Ilowser, however. He smiled, as be entered the hall of his house, and that smile warned Mrs. Bowser that lie had something up Ids sleeve. She said tiMhlng. however, and after din ner he suddenly began: "Mrs. Ilowser, do you know that to morrow Is your birthday V "Yes, I did not forget that." she re plied. "You have been a dear, good wife to me and I am glad that I have pro- pared a sii. prise for you. It Isn't a j necklace of diamonds or pearls, but that will come a little later." I "It was good of you to remember, i she Miuriniired. J "I have always rin'iiiltivd and al- j ways shall. You have stood by me as j H triM v:l'e jhoilld. Let me ask you. If you know a liquid called witch- j hazel ?" ! i "I think I do. We have kept It In the house ever simv we wen married." 'Yes, we have. It Is a great thing ! know what If sells for at drug stores? It Is one dollar a p'nt. my dear wife, and they make a protit of one hundred t per cent. There Is an Im-reaslng do- j mand for It and It will prohallly go to j a dollar and a half a pint." j "Hut what dos all this talk mean?" asked Mrs. Ilowser. "It means, that I am going into the manufacture of wltchhazel. I have al- something better. I am o?nz to huj flying machine." "A flying machine! What tho Oh Harry do yo:i want with a dying ma chine?" "For practical use. It Is quite an effort for nie to go downtown shop ping. We have no auto or carriage and the street car Is always crowded llo.v nice It would be if I could havt a flying machine waiting at the dooi for 'lie! I could step right into the machine and start the motor and go sailing right over the houses, and land at the door of a store. If I had any packages to bring with me, don't you see how handy the machine would be?" "Not by h darned sight!" exploded Mr. Ilowser. "Hut you must see that, with the wltchhazel and my Hying machine, we should be nicely fixed. If I fell out of my machine and got bruised all over we would have the remedy rl ;ht In the house to cure me. Ilemember, that Is my birthday present. Mr. Ilowser." "I don't care a hang if It Is I am opposed to it ! What do you know about riylng machines?" "Oh. I can learn to fly, can't I? I can get someone to give me lessons. I know a lady who owns one, and It The Dog Whinsd. lag lined In which to sell liquor. The letter complained that women as well as men were being poisoned by obtain ing moonshine In the stable. Romeo waa arrested. The truck then stopped in front of the saloon of John Sullivan. 579 Smith street. The feed bags were again put on the horses, the three "truckmen" entering the place, where It Is alleged Sullivan served them three drinks of whiskey at 50 cents each. A quantity of whiskey was found concealed In ft safe In the rear room. Mrs. Bertha Weber of i'M Kast Seventy-ninth street waa held In $1,000 ball by Magistrate William A. Sweet ser In the Yorkvllle court on the charge of owning a large still and ped dling whiskey In a baby carriage. "KISS SHOWER" PARTS THEM 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 Store Phone Farm Phone Bell. 171 BH 6S1 atlxens. 1171 CiUxeus, CU1 Wife of Indiana Man Didn't Like Too Much Affection and H Gets Divorce. Richmond, Ind. Lack of kisses has often been assigned as a reason for a legal separation of marital tics, but It remained for Samuel W. Ketron to allege that the abundance of kisses cauM'd his wife, Minnie 1'. Ketron, to desert him. "One day I grabbed her, and It sure did make her mad," he testified In Circuit court when his complaint Mas heard. "When I returned that night she was gone. She did not want me to make love to her." He said bis wife was living In Iayton, Ohio, now. Cir cuit Judge Bond granted a divorce decree. Wooden Leg Saves Life. St. Joseph, Mo. A 'vooden leg saved the life of (ieorge Smith, fifty two, owner of a houseboat on the Missouri river. When the toat cop sized the artificial leg was caught In a door of the little vessel. In a frantic effort to escape, he battered the wooden leg with an Iron rod un til be broke it, effecting his release. Ills escapade was enacted under tht water. Subscribe for the Banner-News "I Shall Begin to Gather. ready arranged with a chemist, and we shall begin the manufacture this fall. That Is your birthday present, Mrs. Bowser. In one year from now I shall be financially fit to buy you a diamond necklace worth, at least, twenty-five thousand dollars." "That will he nice of you, Mr. Row ser. Hut you t.nist make youn witch hazel out of roots and bushes. "Of course, I know that. That Is the easiest part of all. Mrs. Bowser, there Is growing, along the roadside, In this state, enough wltchhazel hushes to manufacture ten thousand gallons of the liquid. I am going to gather, the roots and bushes for my part. Mr. Gordon' will attend to the distillation and the putting up of the remedy In bottles. It Is to be called 'Bowser's Wltchhazel, and that alone will sell a hundred thousand bottles every month. I shall begin to gather In the fall and It will be n play epell for me." "But there Is something I wish to tell you, Mr. Ilowser, quietly observed Mrs. Ilowser. "You liadn't said any thing about my birthday, and 1 thought you might forget It. and so 1 bought my own present. That is, 1 have bought ft present on the condi tion that you approve of It." "Have you bought n new dres?" was asked. "Oh. no. It is something more valu able than that. Mr. Ilowser, I find my self a little lame with rheumatism." "You should use Bowser's Witch- hazel for that." "Yes, that would be good, but I have UM Neb is! Assise mm to 111 TV V VV(- ' . J WW.: i I VITOWI V 'VXfc 1 B(l i i ! 111 LEGAL NOTICES Notice In the district court of the. United States for the Western District of Michigan, southern div'ition. I i Bankruptcyr Joseph K. Reed, Bankrupt, No. W.G. To the creditors of Joseph E. Reed in the county of Ionia and district aforesaid. Notice is hereby given that on the 12th day of September, 1021, the sa'd Joseph E. Reed was duly ad judged bankrupt and that the order has been ma-:e fixing the place be low named as the place of meeting of creditors, and that the first meet ing of creditors of said bankrupt will b e held at my office, Suite 314 316 Houseman Build ng in tbe city of Gran:: Rapids, in sa d district, on the 18th day of October, 1921, at 2 p. m. at which time the said credit- r-m mn.r nOnn nrnva Vi oi r claims. ekamine the bankrupt, elect a trus- be and is hereby appointed for ex tee and transact such ?ther business amin'ng and allowing said account and as may properly come Deiore Bucuuirauiis for the purpose of examining and adjust ng said claims. Dated: October 11th, A. D. 1921. Frederick Pitt, Frank J. Hill, t Oct. 2G Commissioners 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 said county, on the fifth dav of October. A. D. 1921. Present: Hon. Montgomery Web ster, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Sara Ada Calkins Barton, ceceased. Frank R. Chase, Administrator with the Will annexed of said estate, hav ing filed in said court his final ad ministration account and his petition praying for the allowance therrof and for the assignment and distribution of th res'due of said estate, It is ordered that the seventh day of November, A. D. 1921, at ten o'clock n the lorenoon ai saia prcoaie umce, meeting. Benn M. Corwin, Referee in Bankruptcy. Roman F. Glochski. Attorney for Bankrupt, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mortgage Sale WHEREAS default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage made bv George C. Daly and Myrtle M. Ualy, his wife, to William F. Sandell of the city of ust, A. D. 1021 for the sum of Two I of Ionia, at a session of said court It is further ordered that public notice thereof be given by publica tion of a copy of this or:er for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Belding Banner-News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. L. S. Montgomery Webster, A true copy. Judge of Probate Anna P. Webster, Register of Probate. Oct. 26 STATE OF MICHIGAN The Probate couTt for the county held at the Probate Office in the city cf Ionia, in said county, on the third day of October , A. D. 1921. Present: Hon. Montgomery Web ster, Judge of Probate. In the matteT of the estate of Carrol C. Ellis, Minor. Antoinette E. Ellis, ' Guardian of said estate, having filed in said court her pe tition, praying for license to sell, at Hundred twenty Dollars ($220.00 which mortgage was recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the county cf Ionia on the 12th day of September, A. D. 1919 in Liber 158 of Mortgages on page 320 there of. AND WHEREAS the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage uii iiic uai.c iicicui ia nit duih a " . - , : j Hundred Twentv-n ne Dollars and , private saie, uie interest oi um twnty-nine cents (229.29) and the I estate in certain real estate therein further sum of Twenty Dollars IV scr bed, .for the purpose of in ($20.00) as an Attorney fee stipu-. vesting the proceeds thereof or put lated in said mortgage and that no I ting the same out at interest, suit or proceeding at law has been ! It is ordered that the twenty-sev-instituted to recover said moneys enth day of October, A. D. 1921, at secured bv said mortgage or any one-thirty o clock in the afternoon, I part' thereof. jal 8aia VJODaxe oince, De ana is nere- AM) .WHEKEAS default having y i"oi;u ir -u beon made in the conditions of a ccr-; tion, and that all persons interested tn'n mortgage made by Georg? C.! m said estate .appear befdre said court, at sara time and place, to didn't take her over a week to under-! to William F. Sandell of the city of show cause why a license to sell the stand It. If she wants two pounds of ! Belding, dated the 22nd day of Sep- interest of said estate m said real butter or a dozen egg. she tlies right ! temW A. D. 1919 for the sum of es ate ; shouk not be granted Two Hundred iwentv uouars iu.- i'r. 00) wh eh mortgage' was recorded in notice thereof be given by publica he rffi-e cf the Register of Deeds tion of a copy of this order for three for the County of Ionia on the 24th successive weeks previous to said .ay of September, A. D. 1919 in 'ray of hearing m the Belding Ban Iber 158 of Mortgages on page 322 ner-News, a newspaper pr.nted and thereof circulated in said county. AND WHEREAS the amount L. S. Montgomery Webster, claimed to be due on said mortgage A true copy. Judge of Probate, is the sum of Two Hundred Thirty Bessie Duffy. DoMars and twentv-six cents (230.26) Dep. Reg. of Probate. Oct. 19 or Dr'nciDal and interest and the "If I Wanted to Cafl on a Lady" over to the grocer, and saves a long walk and half an hour's time, and don't you srf ' "And 1 .see that It Is a most foolish thing!" Interrupted the witchha7(l manufacturer. "I counted up the number of times I had to go up and down stairs." coi tinueil Mrs. P.owser. "It was twenty three times In all. and I had four call to pay. in addition. Just think. Mr. 1 fl rther sum of Twentv-five Dollars, STATE OF MICHIGAN r.owser, of twenty-three times. If j ($25.00) as a reasonable Attorney' The Probate Court for the County I had a Hying machine I could tly up ' fee stipulated in said mortgage .and of Ionia, at a session of said court, and downstairs and save me all that j that no snit or vprocee: ings at law held in the probate office, in the city walking If I wanted to call on a his been instituted to recover said of Ioma, in sid county, on the 1...H- I u-.mt.i in.nl on her front stens ! money secured by said mortgage or third day of October , A. D. 1921. ,.! I would land ... i h.r fro t steps . , Present. Hon. Montgomery Web- and ring the bell If she was In. I. wnEREAS default having ster, Judge of Probate, would get out and hitch my Hying ma- algo feeen made in the conditions of I In the matter of the estate of chine to the doorknob; If she was not I a certain mortgage mad? by W. Er- Archi? W. Howard, deceased. Jen at home I 'would give the motor oldest Little of the said city of Bel- ni E. Howard, widow of deceased, poke and awav we would go." ding to George C. Daly arid Myrtle having filed in said court her peti- "Yes vou would go to I'allyhack ! M. Dalv, his w'fe, of the same place, tion praying that the administration Mrs. Ilowser, I won't hear another - ated the 8th day of October. A. D. of said esUte be granted to Jennie , ' ' 11M rtl.. .... Tt ltl i 1919 for the sum of Four Hundred E. Howard, or to some other suitable word about your fl.Mng machine, t la r (M10.00) which mort- person, the maddest thing that ever a woman rePOJded in the office of the It is ordered that the thirty-first thought of: , Register of Deeds for the County of day of October A. D. 1921 at one- "But you have wanted "one!" j Ionia on the 3rd dav of November, ! thirty o'clock in the afternoon, at protested. A. D. 1919 in Liber 158 of Mortgages said probate office, be and is hereby It makes no difference! I am mt on page 325 thereof. apooinien ior nearing saia petition. going to help you to commit suicide 'But, don't you see. that If 1 pitch out you can cure me with your witch hazel? We shan't -ever have to call a doctor." "Flying machines be banged! Doc tors be hanged! There will be no foolish things brought Into this house! I put my foot right down on that! While Mrs. Bowser waa heaving a long sigh of pretended dUappofntment, Mr. Bowser got up and left the house and slammed the door behind him. He went over to the drug store and peered Into the window. There were three men In there and he heard one of them say: "There I old man Bowser looking In. I wonder If he hasn't got a scheme to make tbe sun shine for twenty-four hours without going to bed at all." And Mr. Bow Her quit peering and walked on. Mrs. Bowser wasn't to have any present on her birthday! Usually. Monev can't do everything, but it can 'do everything that most people want to do. Subscribe for the Banner-News. "A SHINE IN EVERY DROP" Hlack SilkStrtve ToHh idHtertnt. Itiloran.t drr Mit; enn fa ari to tht lint drop; liquid -.1 tvuit on qa:.!itr alr''i',y no ut; nodiiKt or lirt. Yvtf (t our money' worth. Stove Polish I not only tnoat fonowlol. hot It rfrr brflll nt. ailky liipira that rannnt no obtained with any othnr JM.Iiah. Blark bilk 8tor I'uliatt d not rnh off -it Uata four tlm kms aa ordinary poliah-ao it aara yua tima, work and money. Don't lort whm yoa want atora poliah, be aura to ak for Black Silk. Ifittan't the beat atove poliah yoa rrer twwl yoor daaJer will refund your money. Black Silk Stove Poliah Work, Sterling, IUinoia. 17 Black Silk Alf Dnrlnf Iron F.namel on (Tata. ru talrra, Btave-piriee, and auto mobile tire rima. l'rcvetita runtmff. Try it. t.e Mark Silk Metal Pol. lah for ilverwara, nickel .tin war or braaa. It work a qiiirkly. aaallr and leave a brilliant aurfar. It baa no quai for uaeoa aatomvbile. AMn WHEREAS said morteacre It is further ordered that Dubhc was thereafter duly assigned by the notice thereof be given by publica George C. Dalv and Myrtle M. Daly ton of a copy of this order once each to W ll'am F. 'Sarv'ell by an assign-, week for 3 successive weeks previous ment dated the 20th dav of October, Jo sa'd day of hearing in the Belding A. D. 191 which assignment was Banner-News, a newspaper printed lecorded in the office of the Register and circulated in said county, of Deeds for the Countv of Ionia on L. S.J Montgomery Webster, the 3rd dav of November, A. D. 1919 A true copy. Judge of Probate in Liber 153 of Mortgages on page Bessie Duffy, 540 thereof. DP' Re- of Probate. Oct 19 AND WHEREAS the amount u claimed to be due on said mortgage J Mortgage Sale on the date hereof is the sum of; WHEREAS, default having been One Hundred ity Rollars and ;made jn the conditions of a mortgage sixteen cents (S130.16) and the fur-;m ad e by Wellington Gardner special ther sum of Ten Dollars ($10.00) 'guardian of Arvilla Maude Gardner, Attorney fees stipulated in said a minor ta J. Clyde Watt and Ray A. mortgage and that no suit or pro- Colwell, dated March 30. 1918 for the ceedings at law has been instituted 1 8Um 0f three hundred twenty-one to recover the money secured by said j dollars ($321.00) which mortgage mortgage or anv nart thereof. A!was recorded in the office of the Reg NOW THEREFORE by virtue of I ister of Deeds in-the county of Ionia the power of sale conta ned in the and state of Michigan, on the 8th day foresaid several mortgages and Jnl0f April, 1918 in Liber 107 of Mort pursuance of the Statute in such gages, on page 378, and, maae ana proviaea. me smu wiifcttEAS. the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage on the date hereof is the sum of three hun dred t" enty-seven dollars and ninety seven rents. ($327.97) and the fur ther sum of $15.00 as an Attornev jfee stipulated in said mortgage, and tnat no suit or proceeding at law having been instituted to recover said moneys secured by said mort gage or any 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 a sale of the premises at Public auc tion or Vendue to the highest bidder at the South front 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: "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. Saivfell. 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 case mortgaged premises hereinafter de scribed will be foreclosed by a sale of said prenvses at public auction or vendue to the highest bidder at the South front door of the courthouse at the city of Ionia in sid county of Ionia, that being the place cf hold ing the C'rcuit Court for th said county of Ionia, on Saturday, the 7th rav of January. A. D. 1922 at one o'clock in the afternoon of said dav. The premises mentioned in said mortgages is described as follows: . Lot 33 of Subdivision of Lot 33 of Ellis Addition to the Village, now City, of Belding, Ion. countv. Mich igan, according to the record Plat thereof. .Dated. Beld ng. Michigan, October 12th, A. D. 1921. William F.Sandell. Mortgagee. Fred L. Warner. Attorney for Mortgagee. Business address: Belding. Mich. Jan. 4 STATE OF MICHIGAN The Probate Court for the county of Ionia, in the matter of the estate of Riley Kern, deceased. Having been appointed commis sioners to receive, examine and ad just all claims tfnd demands of all persons against said deceased, we do hereby give notice that four months from the fourth dav of October, A. D. 1921. were allowed by said court for creditors to present their claims to us for examination and adjustment and that we will meet at the bank of Orleans. Orleans, Mich., in said coun ty on the 5th day of December. A. D. 1921. and on the 4th day of Feb ruary ,A. D. 1922, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days, 'V.