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BcldingSavings Ban HKLDINUJ, MICHIGAN, We have Money to Loan on Real Estate Mortgages or other approved security. Pa riles in need of Memey will do well to ml I and see us. Intend raid on all Time ami Siiingr Deposits. Fire Proof Safety Deposit Boxes to Rent. Money Transferred by Teleyniph. Drafts Sold on all Foreign Countries. DIME SAVINGS DEPARTMENT lor tbe ChlMreil ( HAS. S. KKLCII, Cashier. K. U. Sprnccr, l-ren't. V. K. Chase, V l'rea M. A. Heed, I'iihhicr. The People's Savings Bank BELDING, MICH. (MM) Capital, $70,000 Stockholder's Liability. Special attention Klven the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT! Notiuncj Iaki: it in tiik City. Call una examine our System. No trouble to show ami explain its workings. Deposits of II M and upwards neeived and Hook Kiven. Hank opens fop husiness Saturday evening from 6 to o'clock. FOK Till! l'KOPLK, OF TIIK PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE. Insure in the Old Ueliablc WAGNER AGENCY Ofllce In the new Melding ldoek comer of Main and Urtdgu street, Holding. 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Address. pCAL WCClCINE CO., Cleveland, 0. Soil by Cornell Mm., Drui-m'ists, Ht ldiiik'. Mi h fyfZh ) Sew rciASj. ) Through ffe? the Four ItiS) Loops- The New York Weakly Tribune ! The N. Y. Weekly Tribune ports, able editorials. intereMin short stories. Mcientillc and met hanieul Information. illustrated fashion articles, humorous pictures, and is Instructive and entertnininir to every member of every family. HPlm UinnnP k'Ui?S ytm ova ",'w,, P"l'll al and social, keeps you in close touch lilu Dull 11 U win' y''niei(jhl)ors and friends, on th-. farm and In th' v insure. Informs von AS to local nrlena tnr ports for the year, Lome and fireside, and Is a bright, newsy, wtclome and in Send all orders to Tlie Maimer, Ik-ldintf, Michigan.; PS f J- Lewis Co's " Wear - Kesis- ters" are mak ing tracks all over the coun try. People everywhere who love shoe comfort, admire shoe beauty, believe in shoe econ omy are wearing J. 0. Lewis Go's "Wear-Resisters" They arc made in all styles and sizes for men, women and children. Look for "Lewis" stamped on every shoe. J. B.Lewis Co., BOSTON, MASS. Lew In Wcu r-U c s i s i crs IS. It- Sl'tiXCKK, Itoldlnir. Mlvh. Ton Million Wheelmen. It is stated by competent authority that there are ten million people In America who are bicycle riders. Prob ably each one ets an average of one hurt in a seasein, and that is just when Henry & .Johnson's Arnica & Oil Lini mentV'ts i" ts good work. Nothing has ever been made that will cure a bruise, cut or sprain so quickly. Also removes pimples, sunburn, tan or- freck les. Clean and nice to use. Take it with you. Costs cents per bottle. Three times as much in a.'Ocent bottle. We sell it and guarantee it to give Mati.-factiori or money refunded. V. I. Benedict, W. A. I)UTT, Fisk Hands, CONNKLL HKOS. DETROIT, Nov. 13, 1-0. CD. RAPIDS & WESTERN R. R GOlNtJ EAST. Lv. Howard City Lv. Northeireenvillc. I.V. (Ireenville Ar. Melding. Ar. 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TIIK "KISIIINO USE." Time card in tfftct Dec. 5, 7V7. COINC. NDIITII. (i()INi SOCTH. 11 1 No No I, No S: No ! No 8 a ni! p m1 a m rt :n! 5 15 11 15 ft 4I'.1 4 33 10 17 5 4 IH 10 "3 4 f0 3 .Vi; 0 5ft 3 57 3 ( O l 13 p in 5 -Jft S 01 rt l ft p m a m i 15 7 45;C2rand Uapuls at I 8 -.'I Koikford., .". o-, :w .'! L's S 5S) 4 VI ! 41 1 4 in i:tj .Cedar Springs. Howard City.. . .Hitf Kapids... ...Keed City... .. .Cadillac Traverse. City.. . . . l'etoskey M aekinawCity . r 50' y 05 .". V5 '2 30 y 05 1 30 a in p rn II 15 10 'jo. St 45 y IK) 8 'J5 8 40 7 40 5 15 II 13 : P m 7 5o I Lit It L'n ' 5 lo 40. 4 VO Tlie (i. U. & I. "Miehik'ao in" Summer" eon lainniK maps, views and descriptlcois of Michi gun Suiiihtr Hetort. sent on applieation to C L. Lo(.'KWOoi), ii. V. & T. A., Grand Kapids, Mich. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE j& Trade Marks '?Tf Copyright Ac. AiiTnnn nendlng a rkrtt-h and description may i quIrklT asirtrtin our opinion free whether au I nvciitlcin is prohnhly pntentahle. 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H H k II H I i rcnjui utvf ui THE GREAT NATIONAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER For FARMERS and VILLACERS, and your favorite homo paper, The Banner, Both One Year for $1.25 lias an Aimeultural Department of the highest nierit. all Important news of the Nation and H'ml.l rr.i.1.,r,.lu.i,.lli. nml r. ll'it.l,. l,, irl,..f r.x fur,., ..... i... . the condition of crops and pros .llspensatile weeky isitor at your WOMAN AND FASHION. An Attractive Winter Toilet-Evolution of a Farla Oown-Prlnceaa Walkinic Gown. For wear tlurintf the coin! winter days an attraclivu toilet .lehined for a youiiK uoujitu is hhown iti tliu illustra ion. The kirt and corHae aro of black jutin. The former lit closely over the hi it, hand's iit rfectly Ktraiht at the hides and in front, and displays u few easy, graceful foldn In tho bark. There is quite a little amplitude around the bottom, and the popular bell model is ' b 4 1 MVI-Itri AM COM PORTA RLE. clopely followed. The cordage is a vtry simple all'air, fitting closely in the bai.k and finished in front in tlie form of a blouse. The trimming f;ii?ts of laie designs in jet. Acra:.t .. !iini tatlt t;i is worn at tho throat, ! i.i a luce knot. Over tho corsage is wcr.i an t f i ly handsome jacket of otter tur. The gar ment is shaped to tho figure in the I ;m U and is drawn in at the waist by means of a wide girdle of black satin. Tit re are no basques. The jacket is made dou ble breasted and fastens at tho left side with a single button. Tho wide, trian gular revers extend well out and across tho shoulders. Tho collar is of medium height, coming up around tho ears at tho sides, and flares -away sharply in front. Tho sleeves are of moderately snug fit, attaining to considerable am plitude at tho shoulders. All in all, tho jacket is roomy and comfortable, suit able in every way for midwinter wear. A muff of otter fnr is usually carried when the jacket is woru. New York Telegram. Evolution of a Paris Gown. The Paris gown that bursts full blown on the eyo of tho client is not, as tho public believe, a creation of tho great dressmaker himself, nor is tho great dressmaker responsible for the fashion. This model gown is tho re sult of an al most infinite collabeiration. Up in tho garrets ef tho crisscross streets live a modest class of artists that make proj ects. They get their inspiration from old portraits at the Louvre, at Vtr fcailles, frtim elegant wemien in the driveways of tho Hois or from some hazard. They modify, develop, combine, fedlowing a drift which the'y do not control, till they have piodue-e-d a novel idea that the public is likely to accept and that is there fore salable. Their proj ects aro fixe-d in sketched, and they are known asmarrhaiids detcroquis. Others of theso specialists make up their proj ects in cloth and aro known as mar ( hands ele mode h'S. Theso occupy a more important rank than tho first, since the mode ls form a demonstration that the ieleas can bo realized. Tho model me rchant is in relation with the manufacturers, who provide her with the new materials. Sciibner's. Princess Walking Oown. Walking gown ef zibelino cloth, in a pretty shadoof tabac brown, forming a princess robe. Tho bodice is finished with a brown velvet collar embroidered - tin . r ---. it-i i.. . FOK Ot TImhiK WKAIt. in black and white and edged with Pa blo. Tho yoke is of ivory while satin antique;, while crystal and gold buttons fasten the gown down the hack. A bor der of sable gives a most effective finish to the skirt. Tho Hannkr and Detroit Tdra Week Journal, one year for $!.&. t JV r ---. iiA i.. .OP ChrlaiiiiMM illl l ot 1i,llier. Did yon ever ri;t lo think how close ly mother is identified with all our plans for Christman'r When the is not filled with the. Cln i.t ur.ts spirit, it is apt to be a dreary holiday, but when the ViTeB Uhri.-tnias there is joy and gladness in the home, no matter how the other members of the family may have felt about it or how poor the home may be. Hut, while the mother is really made responsible for the Christmas merrymaking, how seldom are her pleasures considered? That is not at all as it fcbould be, and I want to suggest that tho coming Christmas hall be con eidered mother's exclusive holiday. If the other members of the family can possibly do so, they should relieve her of all household car? during that day. Think how she would enjoy a Christ mas dinner, planned and cooked by the members of her family, and its menu kept a secret from her uutil the moment when she was escorted to tho seat of honor I But not only must iuoher be relieved of all responsibility so far as the Christ mas entertainment is concerned; she must also be the one to receive tho most gifts. Jf but one mumber of the family can have a Christmas gift, let it be mother. Without doubt she has gone without many and many a time that the children's stockingsnnight be tilled. Colored Woiiiii In Cluba. The club movement among coloretl women began about eight years ago, and the number of clubs has increased to such an extent that there is now a Na tional Federation of Colored Women's clubs. Mrs. li. L. Terrell of Washing ton, Mrs. Hooker T. Washington of ! Tuskegee, Mrs. Josephine linflin of Bos ton, Mrs. L. A. Davis of Chicago and Mrs. Ellen Ceiolc of Washington are some of the leading women in this work of national organization. This federa tion has held four annual conventions. Tho last one was helel in Nashville dur ing tho exposition last ye-ar, and the next onowill be held in Chicago during the summer of 1899. Thexe aro about 200 clubs in this national federation. The largest number of these are, of course, in the south. The plans and purposes of these clubs and leagues are modeled largely after the stronger clubs among white women. They have had a wonderful influence so far in supplementing the work of the school and tho church in the social bet terment of the race. These clubs have also brought to the front auei made use ful a surprising number of able and finely eeiuipped women for all kinds of i reform work. Chicago Times-Herald. A (ioud Wo num. Mine. Carnot, widow of the assassi nated president jf tlie French republic, . who died recently of heart disease at Presles, was bom in 1843, and original ly bore the English name of White Marie Pauline Cecilo Dnpont White. She was tho daughter of Charles Brook Dupemt White, the sou of u M. Dupont of Kouen, who, marrying au English wo man, adopted her name of White. Her father was an eminent political econo mist, tho friend of John Stuart Mill and translator of some of his works. Her mother, an octogenarian, who is still living, was the daughter of a great Paris builder. When Marie Dupont White became the wife of t-Sadi Carnot, he was a mere civil eugiuoer in the government service. To her influence is attributeid his entry, in 1870, into po litical life. On his election to the presi dency she set a new example by her in terest in tho unfortunate and her liberal benefactions. She refused a pension after his tragio death and took the sum subscribed by Frenchwomen for a mou ument to M. Carnot to found annual grants fer deserving widows. She leaves three sons and a (laughter to mourn her. Vomn it ml tin 11 UK luil imt r'. The last census showed that the in crease in tho poultry and egg business had been 9 per cent in tho preceding teu years. From its value then it is es timated that tlie egg production alone is now worth about $180,01.0,000 a year, wheh is three times tlie value of the output of the gold mines eif tho country, twice as much as the pig iron, and more than half as much as the wheat product annually. Ye! the egg and poultry busi ness is almost entiiely in the hands of women, and nobody pays much atten tion to its value. Most of it is attended to by housewives, who are classified by the census as "employed ut no gainful occupation." Commercial nud political fortunes depend on the gold, iron and wheat products, while nobody stops to consult the interests or the wishes of the homekeeper, whose egg industry is only one of her many ways of contribut ing to tho wealth eif the world. Wom an's Tribune. Women In (if) Improvement. The Municipal Affairs Magazine has devoted much space to tho work accom plished by women in city improvement. It is a noticeable fact that in all the in stances mentioned the good has come through organized effort. The clubwo men of Washington induced congress to give more attention to street improve ment and tho sanitation of slum dis tricts. The Boston clubs joined forces with men for the bettering of poor houses, prisons, tenement houses and hospitals. New York and Philadelphia possess lieal th and civio leagues that have wage-d successful war on bael smells, dirty streets and public nui sances generally. Itoou lion lietir'a l.nat Picture. Mine. Kosa Bouhenr has declared her intention of painting one more large picture and has predicted that sho feels that it will be he r hst, as sho is over 70 years of age. It will be a picture of a large lioness and her cubs. Two young ladies frM'i Boston called upon Kosa Boniuur a few days ago while in Patis. Hio received tlmm in her garden, where' sbo was leading a lion cub by a chain and was snl'eetiou ately regariliu 4 an immense tiger which roared in u cage ne ar by. If you want a first class job bring it to the Banner ofiicc. THE SPORTING WORLD. Unlike Yousouf, Adali has a fair general knowledge of the several holds used by American wrestlers, says the New York Journal. He thoroughly un derstands and knows how to secure a half Nelson and other dangerous grasps. He showed as much while wrestling with Max Unger, tho famous strong man, whom, by the way, the Turk re fused to throw. He says he does not wish to hurt Unger. After wrestling with th Turk for half an hour in a mild way, Max Unger, in speaking of Adali's great strength and his knowl edge of the technique of wrestling, said: MI think Adali is the greatest wrestler the world has ever seeu. He is a natural athlete and, although ho appears to have no great muscles, he has wonder ful strength, which he uses to good ADALI HAMII.KS PIEKKI WITH KASK. effect. I have met Yousouf and I do not believe the 'Terrible Turk' could com pare with this man. Yousouf depended entirely on bruto strength to win a bout, while Adali employs up to date tactics with great success. Ho is much faster on his feet than Yousouf. This I know from experience. "I have tried every conceivable hold known in the art of wrestling, and ho got away every time without being in any danger of a fall. He will be a hard man to beat, lor ho would just as leave wrestle as he would eat. Adali is very fond of training and spends five or six hours a day in preparing himself for a contest. He gives Tom Cannon, Antonio Pierri and myself, his trainers, all we can do to satisfy his demand for exer cise." Baseball Situation. "Now the Baltimore club is making a puzzling baseball situation all the more complex, " remarks a follower of the tips and downs of the national game, "by threatening to move the Baltimore team to another city. Perhaps Vouder horst and Ilanlcn are making a bluff about moving tho ex-champions away from tho Monumental City. Perhaps the threat to take the team to Brooklyn is made with the intention tf frightening the baseball patrons of Baltimore. If it is a bluff, it is a bad one. President Itobison tried it in Cleveland, and it had just the contrary e ffect. Instead of making the baseball patrons anxious to keep the team, they became indifferent and let it go away. If tho Orioles nro to stay in Baltimore, Messrs. Vouder horst and Hanlon would do well to cut out all talk of changiug their quarters. No money was ever n ado by parading misfortunes. There is nothing that suc ceeds .liko success. Yonderhorst and Hanlon certainly made moue'y enough out of the championship years of the Orioles to stand erne sense m ejf loss with out weeping tears of financial grief. Tho more the-y parade their misfortunes tho worse thwy will fare. With tho St. Louis club on tho verge of bankruptcy, the Cleveland club without a homo and the Baltimore club ready to fold its tent and sneak away to another town, tho league magnates are going to have a lot of work at tho annual meeting. Baseball has not be en in such hard lines since the days of the disastrous Brother hood." . Bad Habit of a Wheel. "We have somo ejueer experiences," paid a prominent dealer in Broadway the other day. "A well dressed man came into tie store and said that he wanted to get a new bicycle. He had his wheel with him, and alter agreeing to allow him a certain price on the old wheel he purchased one of tho highest priced wheels we had in stock. Then he unburdened himself. 'That bicycle runs nicely, and it is strong and trust worthy. The only trouble with the wheel is that it is crazy. It runs all right until I get in front of a saloon or roadhouso, and then it insists upon stop ping, and, push as I will, I cannot get it past.' Well, the man took the new wheel and went away rejoicing. I have not seen him since', and I don't know whether his new mount has tho liquor habit or not." New York Tribune. Oriental Hunting-. The Asiatic buffalo has long horns and is a dangerous animal to tackle, particularly when on foot and in high grass or thick jungle. In India the weapon generally used is an eight bore rifle, or some equally largo bored weap on. The object is to kill the beast before it can charge its foe, for a wounded buf falo is a dangerous animal to face, and few shikaris, or native hunters, care to follow their European masters when tracking a wounded buffalo in higher cover. Until recently the Philippines were unknown to American sportsmen, but it is safe to predict that within a few years the woods .ind swamps of those islands will bo as an open book in the literature of tho sporting countries of the world. New York Commercial Advertiser. Look in my window for special prices on china this week. WILL Uicahy. Hard on tlie (ieiiller Sex. There is much e.f the slave and the tyrant hidden in the nature of woman. Thus wemmn is not yet capable of friendship, but only of love. In tlie love of woman is injustice and blindness to all that sho docs not love. There are two things a true man liktt- -danger and play. Ho likes wom an I ..-a use she is tho most dangerous of playthings. A man should be reared for the voca tion of u warrior; a woman for tho rec reation of the warrior. All else is rub bish. A woman's principle of honor is to love more than she is loved, so us not to bo secemel. In any game where love or irate is not at stake women play a mediocre part. All women behind their personal vanity cherish an impersonal contempt for woman. As a rule, a mother loves herself in her sou nmro than tho son himself. Tho chief danger that besets artists of genius lies in woman. Tho worship ing woman is the ir ruin. Hardly one has character enough to resist his ruin when ho finds himself treated like a god. Man is a coward in face of tho ewig weibliche, and no one knows it better than tho small woman. Women indulge) in literature us they commit a little sin, glancing round to see if any one is leiokiug i. e., to at tract attention. Honry Nietzsche in Academy. The Mlnno-v Trap. Tho minnow trap used for catching minnows for bait is of glass, shaped liko a jar or a Le)ttlo without a neck and eif a capacity of six or eight quarts. The bottejm e)f the trap rises in a ceuie, liko the bottom of u champagne bottle, but - i .m : i : i .1. . . .1 instead oi oeiUK souti iuu low in mo cone is i in uu, mumu uii ujji iiui tu the trap. Tho top of tho trap has over it a metal cap on a hiugo. Tho cap is pcrforattel with a number of holes to permit of tho circulation of water through tho trap. Tho minnow trap is slung horizon tally in a wire holder, which has a han dlo on top, to which a rope is mado fast. Suitable bait to uttract minnows is placed in tho trap, which is then low ered into tho water. Tho couo with tho opening at tho inner end in tho bottom is in effect like tho opening into an eel or fish trap. It i- easy for the minnows to get through it into tho trap in search of tho bait, but hard for them to get out. When tho trap has been raised, the captured minnows aro got out by opening tho cap ut tho other cud of the trap. New York Sun. PAKSNIP COMPLEXION. It elees not require an expert to do teet the sufferer from kidney trouble. Tho hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes, tho dark, puffy circles under the eyes, the.' sallow parsnip-colored complexion indicates it. A physician would ask if you had rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the back or over tho hips, stomach trouble, desinj to urinate ofteu, or a burning or scalding in passing it: if after passing there is an unsatisfied feeling as If it must be at once repeated, or if the urine has a brick dust deposit or strong odor. When theso symptoms are present, no thno should be; lost in removing the cause. Delay may lead te gravel, catarrh of tho bladder, inflammation, causing stefppage, and sometimes requiring the drawing of tho urine with instruments, or may run into Blight's Disease, the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, the great eli sco very of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist, is a positive remedy for such diseases. Its reputation is world-wide and it is so easy to get at anv elruir store that ne one t eed suffer any length of time for want of it. 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