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NOTICE TO 8UBBCRIBER8 A blue mark around this notice thows that the < ; lubscrlption is due and should be paid at once. | . If you wish the paper stopped, notify the pub- < Usher iinmediutcly. Otherwise it will be con- ; | trifucd indclinitely. Kindly observe and greatly , . oblige the publisher. VOLUME XXXUI, Nf "W Capital $25,000.00 Surplus $25,000.00 Reiourcet Over $690,000.00 A Voice From The Past George Washington, whose birthday we celebrate on the 22nd of February, said of saving: "Economy makes happy homes and sound nations; instill it deep." Acquire the Saving Habit. Save Regularly Save Now. Save Here 4% and Extra Safety Under State and Federal Superviaion Ctty State Stank Lowell, Michigan Member of the Federal Reaerve Banking Sya«em Monday, February 22, Waahington'a birthday, we will not be open for buaineaa. gaaraagviawarci | (ilusses for Old and Young The importunco of perfect sight is all impoiinnt to % | young, middle aged am! old alike. | | Krrors of refnietion can he remedied by glasses es- j £ pceinlly made for each particular case. % | We can provide the right kind of glasses for eyes need- * ing assistance. X A. D. OLIVER | OPTOMETRIST ffieebe Cash and Cany Ilk 7 l / a r k e t 2 Large Cans Milk - - 19c 3 Cans Tomato Soup, Campbell's 25c Fancy Apples, per pk. - - 30c 2 Lbs. Nucoa Nut Oleo - - 61c 5 Lbs. Pure Tuckwheat - 25c 5 Lbs. Cornmeal - - - 25c 100 Lbs. Pure Salt - - $1.10 100 Lbs. Oyster Shells - - $1.25 100 Lbs. Egg Mash - - $3.00 100 Lbs. Scrtach Feed - - $275 10 Bars Luna Soap - - 35c King Pure Gold Flour - • $1.23 10 Lbs. Sugar 53c With a $2.00 Grocery Order. This is an Extra Good Special. Telephone Your Order in. We'll have it ready for you. Shop early. Remember the afternoon hours are very busy. Best Meats at Lowest Prices Pork Chops • 25c Pork Steak •' - • • 24c Side Pork - • - 23c Fresh Sausage • - - 25c Hamburg • • • 15c Beef Roast • • - 14c-16c Ham Roast Pork • • • 25c Special—2 Lbs. Extra Good Oleo The Coal Strike 45c is settled; but you'll still need a hot water bottle. We are headquarters for such goods. A good hot water bottle is no longer a luxury. family. It is a necessity in every | IV/ yar & Hartman D m and THE ALTO SOLO J0TELC0MM1T- T£E APPOINTED PRG8IDKNT AUKHART NAMES CITIZENS TO FUKTHEK NEEDED LOWELL HOSTELRY.' PRESIDENT AREHART. AGED WOMAN DIED BY FIRE MRS. SOPHIA FOX BURNED TO DEATH AT HER LOWELL SOUTH SIDE HOME. AGED 93. KENT COUNTY HI-Y COUNCIL OLDER BOYS CONFERENCE AT SPARTA IN MARCH. LOWELL MEETING MONDAY EVENING. Mrs. Sophia Fox, a long-time res- March 2«-27-2« are the dales set jdent of Lowell anil vicinity was, f or || lt . Kent County liKlitli annual Inirned to death in her house on thi 1 Older Hoys' Conference. This action was taken by the Kent County South side early Sunday morning. A neighbor, S. M. Hudson, saw a Hi-Y council at its regular meeting blaze Ihi-ouKh (lie window and at the Y. M. C. A. building. The went inunedialely to the house. The Older Hoys' Conference will be entertained by the Hi-Y clubs, ehureh- room was dark and it was impossible to see clearly, but after linhtinu a lantern, he, with other neigh- The delegates will include repre-' es and business men of Sparta. bors who had responded to the call sentatives from seven Hi-Y clubs of found the aued woman IvinK on the (irand Hapids in addition to Ihe lloor with her clothinK all afire. The eleven clubs from the county. The Fire deparlment was called, but the blaxe was exIinKuished before the firemen reached the house. Mrs. Fox's clothes, which were mostly woolen, smoldered, and possibly the smoke smolhered her. Juslice A. M. Andrews was called in capacity of coroner and called it a case of accident. Mrs. Fox was evidently Irving to IikIiI the lantern, and had spilled some oil, which was seen on her bed-room lloor, which taniled. Ibis, perhaps, causing the tragedy. Her clothing and hair were burned entirely off. of' The remains were taken to the The first noon-day luncheon I he i .oNveii liiKinl of l^'aVh-'ro'r'" 11)2(1 Yeiler t hapel. The daimiKe to the was held al Ihe Cily hall h M , s ( S l , , , , \ f n n . l a y ' | ' on, .v » t*harre. C. Mange, M. N. Henry, Harvey Coons, Charles Doyle. In the absence o'" Mr. Look Mr. Huneiman will be feting elpiirmaiv. Auditing- O. .1. YelU-r, F. F. Coons. Noting the appointment of a "Holer' commillee President Areharl expressed the need for a modern hotel here in behalf of Hie traveling Coin. Funeral services were held at the chapel Wednesday afternoon. Miss (irace Walker, C. S., oflicialing: burial in McHride cemetery. public and tourist trallic and deelar- „„ , ed Ihe neeessily to Ihe welfare of "Ihe Poor Married Man al the the cominunily in satisfying Ihe de- h»ll. March 24. Lowell school niand. " I faculty cast. adv. It is believed that Ihe investment necessary would be profitable anil that if the Hoard of Trade and the citixens of Lowell gel behind the project with their eiislomary spiril and enterprise, the financial measures required can be provided. LAST LYCEUM COURSE NUMBER The Colonial Quinlef, a dislinclive concert company, is scheduled lo appear here Wednesday, February 24, at S p. in., at City hall, on Ihe local Lyceum course. The (Quintet brings back Ihe atmosphere of Colonial days. The five young ladies who compose the company, daintily gowned and bewigged in Ihe mode and fashion of thai period, mirror and grace and charm of a romantic bygone lime. The music of the harp is a premier feature of Ihe company's program. The harp has a heartsearching Miialily possessed by no other inslrument. For eentiires it lias been used to express Ihe deepest and lenderesl of emotions, and around il is woven a rich heritage of Iradition. Two harps, cello, violin, organ and piano, as employed by members of Ihe Oimdel, lend themselves to beaufifiil inslrumental ensembles, ipiarlefs, trios, duos and solo numbers, the organ taking the place occupied by Ihe wind inslnimenls in a larger orcheslra. Vocal solos wilh ensemble and dano accompanimeul are oulslandng numbers on ihe program. AUCTION SALE NEWS. John O. Wingeier, having sold his farm, will sell Ihe personal properly, horses, cows, implements, etc., on Ihe premises in Moseley Tuesday, Feb, 2.'t, "beginning at one o'clock, p. m. N. C. Thomas, auctioneer; W. T. Condon, clerk. See adverlisemenl in this naper, issue of February LS, for full details. Fred Kegle, having decided lo quil farming, will have a sale of farm personal properly on Ihe premises 2 miles west of McCords, Friday, February 2(1. See large adverlisemenl in 'his issue of this paper for full details. BARGAIN IN USED CARS. 2 Ford Touring. 1 Ford Coupe. 1 Ford Tudor Sedan. 2 Chevrolet Tourings. 1 Star Touring. 2 Dodge Tourings. He-conditioned and price right. Lowell An to Sales Co. 1021. L. K. JOHNSON, Ford Dealer, council also voted to join with the Grand Hapids clubs in their rally on March IS, when Hev. Merlon S. Hice, of Ihe Metropolitan M. K. church of Detroit will be the speaker. This meeting will include members of Ihe High school laeullies as well as students. Another eyent that was planned at the council meeting is the annual Hi-Y camp which will be held al camp Man-I- Tou-Lin on Harlow Lake near Middleville. Those presenl al the council meeting included Clarence Lubbers, Hi-Y leader at Grandville; Herbert Miller, leader, and Charles Williams, of Hyron Center, Cecil Patrick and Carrol Patrick, ollieers of the Caledonia Hi-Y club; Klmer Miner, leader, Hussell Heche, Stanley Moore and Hichard Marsh, ollieers of Ihe Lowell Hi-Y club; Henjamin llenniek, leader of the Hoekford Hi-Y club; P. L. Hell, leader of the Kent City Hi-Y club; ,lohn Van Hrook, city wide bovs' secretary. MRS. MINNIE SHEEHAN DIES IN DETROIT. Mrs. Minnie Sheehan, 70 years', old, died Sunday morning at the' home of a daughter, Mrs. C. J. Carpenter, of Detroit. Mrs. Sheehan was the widow of a retired farmer of (iraltan and Ada. She has resided in (irand Hapids 22 years. stock Park was appointed, made Mrs. Sheehan was a member of various Catholic societies. attention of other groups inlercst- chairman. The club is attracting Hesides the daughter, at whose ed in the same objects. C. F. Angell. secretary of the Y. M. C. A. in home death occurred, she leaves the following children: Fay Sheehan, Harry county, with a group of six Detroit; Julia, Marie and Laura young men of Hastings, including Dully, of Grand Hapids; Mrs. Katherine Harrington, of this cily and tended Hie Lowell meeting, and Ihe County Agricultural agent at- William Dully, of .lacksonville. also Mr. Walter (iospill, one of the Ha. She leaves a granddaughter, town and country secretaries of Ihe Hetty Carpenter, of Detroit, and a Stale committee of the V. M. C. A. grandson, William Harrington, of The next meeting of the County (Irand Hapids. Y. Service club will be held at Funeral services will be held al Comstock Park on Tuesdav evening, St. Andrew's cathedral Wednesday id 10 o'clock and burial will be in Woodlawn.—((irand Hapids Press, Feb. 15. LEGION DOINGS The Dancing parly given by the Legion last Friday was a success as first. Kveryone seemed to have a very good time and second the Legion made a little money. Plans are being maue for another , "Choosing a home partner" is the topic of the next meeting of Ihe Kent County Y Service club. A paper will be presented b> Carl Haradine, of Alpine, and Ihe lopie will be discussed by the members, in addition to other items Ihe club, al its meeting at Lowell Momlay eyening voted to accept responsibility for assisting in Ihe promotion of the County Y. M. C. A. camp program for the coming summer, and a committee was app( inted of which Mr. C. A. Sedgman, of Coin- March HI. The subject of better relalions between the towns of Ihe counly was discussed Monday evening. Hichard Mange acted as loastmasler and the Mange brothers orcheslra furnished the entertainment ol the evening. Hev. Nixon spoke on Ihe life of Lincoln. BARGAINS IN USED CARS, dance to be given March 17. j/11)24 Chevrolet Coupe. A special meeting is called for'ij^ i t'l'M Chevrolet ('lii'vi'iili'l Touring. Tniirini Monday, Feb. 22, to discuss plans for the party March 17, which is hoped to be bigger and better than ever. 1022 Chevrolet Hoadsler. 1023 Ford Coupe. 1022 Ford Coupe. 1022 Ford Hoadsler, 102:1 Ford Touring. 1021 Ford Touring. Nash Touring. McyUKKN MOTOH CO. , Sirand £htaiK Program Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19 and 20 "THE MIDNIGHT FLYER" with CULLEN LANDIS and DOROTHY DEVORE It roars! ft thunder*! It poundu! Itcrafthes! It niKhes and careens throujjh a hundred Koul-tinglinK epixoden of KtagwennK drama and then, like the Crack of Doom, breaks wide open in one of the most atupendouR climaxeMover Hung upon the screen! You may think you've seen big pictures—but just wait until after you've seen this one! Also a two-reel Comedy, "WATER WAGONS" Adndssion: Saturday Matinue 10c and ISc; Evening 15c and 2r>c Sunday, February 21 "THE PART-TIME WIFE" with ALICE CALHOUN Also a Comedy and Pathe News Admission 15c and 25c. Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 23 and 24 ii "NIGHT LIFE OF NEW YORK" with ROD LAROQUE, DOROTHY G1SH and ERNEST TORRENCE and RALPH GRAVES in "CUPID'S BOOTS" Admission 15c and 25c Thursday, February 25 A SPECIAL FEATURE Alio Walter Heirs in "WHY HESITATE?" and "THE GREEN ARCHER" Admission ISc and 25c Coming Soon—Colleen Moore in ''SALLY" ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Are You Going to Buy Yourself a Home This Year? Does the one you now own need repairing? See the Lowell Building & Loan Association •bout • Loan. It'a an eaajr way to pay. 1). S. SIMON, Preildent. H. L. SHUTER, Secretary. m LIFE'S BRAVE BATTLE OVER ETHEL THOMAS DOYLE CALLED FROM LOWELL HOME AND FAMILY. MOURNED BY MANY. Kthel's long, brave battle for life and loved ones is over. She is at rest. Her many friends about town learned sadl\ of her passing Wednesday morning, with sympalhy for the sorrowing family, hut with the assurance that ail is well with her.' Lthel Thomas, daughter of Lyndsey I'., and Lydia .1. Thomas, was horn Nov. 2!), IMI, al Cannonsburg. Kent counly, Michigan, and died al her home in Lowell, February 17. j l!)2(i. at 7 o'clock a. in. She came with her parents to Lowell, Nov. 27, IS'.M, where she allended Ihe Lowell schools, graduating with the class of 1!)()2. In IX!)4 she became a member of Ihe Methodist Kpiscopal church which membership s h e always maintained and enjoyed. She became associated with her father in the wholesale produce business, where she continued for several years. October IK), Mll.'l. she was united in marriage to Thomas Marinis Doyle. To Ihem were horn two sons, Thomas Lymlsey. age ten. and Charles Karl, age seven, who, with their fnther survive her. SIk' also leaves her mother, Mrs. Lydia Thoimis. ji hrolher, Karl A. Thomas, wilh many oilier relatives and friends to mourn their loss. iMineial services will be held at Ihe Meliiodisl church al 2 o'clock p. m.. Saturday. I ; ehruary 20, Hev. Hussell II. Hready. ol Port Huron, and Pastor Hev. L. II. Nixon olliciating. I!iiii:il al Oakwood cemetery. OLD OFFICERS RE-NOMINATED VILLACK OI'FICKKS FOR NAMED HV V1LLA(;E CAl Ct S HY ACCLAMATION out. Al l!ie Citizens' caucus for the village of Lowell, held al Ihe City hall Monday evening, the following nominations for village ollieers were made. President—(). .1. Veitcr. Trustees—,1. A. Arehai Thomas. (). L. Heche. 1. i:. A. Treasurer \'. K. Ashley. Clerk O. .1. Hrc/ina. Assessor—F. N. While. I he caucus was called h order hy P. S. Hartley, chairman of the villcaucus or- age committee and Ihe gaui/.ed with 7."i voters piesent, as oillows: Chairman I!. Van Dyke. Secrelarv Ihirry Day. Tellers- I'. ('.. Steed. K. A. Thomas. lid. Walker. \ll nominations were made hy acchnnalion. As village commitU'c lor Ihe ensuing vear the chairman appointed P. S. Hartley, Mrs. H. M. Sliivel, K. H. Isnillin. VKKCJKNNMS ( (MHMSRATIVK CU II Wrgcniu's ('.o-Opcrnlive club tin* Inline mI Mrs. ('Milislii Viin We have for sale One team of horses, weight about :1,()II0, age 0 and K. One grey gelding (1 years, weight 1,500. One bay gelding, 10 years, weight, 1,450. One 1023 Coupe, must be seen to be appreciated. Three 1023 Tourings, all in A. 1 condition. One 1023 'Truck, wilh tranHmission. One 1025 Truck with IranKinission. One Truck, and one Touring car, Tini"c| ai Dnscn nessy I'.nil I'Vbiinir.N I willi Miss llcnprcsiding. (-.•ilI \v:is answcivd wilh {|nofroin MiHiigiin's ports, Kdg:ir (intsl bring liu' favurite; after which lite clnb joiin-d in singing "Mirhigim My Mifhigiin." Mrs. l.aurii l-'unl gave a inenuiry reading. "Wanting." hv Ivtgar (liifst. which was foilnwed by an interesting disenssitm

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