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p-OI nT Special This Week! For J days, Friag, Saturday and Monday, we will give one pair of Suspenders, FREE, with every pair of Trousers sold at over SI. 50. We have a fine line to se lect from ranging in price from Si.SO to $6.00 and made by one of the best custom-made houses in America. Our regu lar prices are from 10 to 25 per cent cheaper than other dealers charge. 1-4 off! i-4 off! i-4 off! WsLiacy Vests! All Next Week Special- $2.25 Vests $1.69 275 Vests 2.06 3.25 Vests 2.44 YOURS TO PLEASE, S4.25 Vests $3.19 4.50 Vests 333 5,00 Vests )JS I Kash rciothing f Store! Questlou Answered. Yes, August Flower still has the lar gest sale of any medicine In the civil ized world. Your mothers' and grand mothers1 never thought of using any thing else for Ullloutness or Indiges tion. Doctors were scarce and thev seldom heard of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or Heart failure, etc. They used August Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food, regulate tho action of the liver, fetlmulato tho nervous and and organic action of the system, and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches. You only need a few doses of Green's August Flower, in liquid form, to make you satisfied there Is nothing berlous tho matter with you. Ciet Green's Prize Almanac. W. I. Bene dict, druggUt. "I had a running sore on my breast for over a year, ' says Henry It. Rich ards of Wlllseyvllle, N. Y., and tried a great many remedies, but got no re lief until I used llanner Salve. After using one-half box I was perfectly cured. I cannot recommend it too highly." W. I. Benedict ! It lay to liny Clirtip? A cheap remedy for coughs und colds is all right, but you want something that will relieve and euro tho more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles. What shall you do? Go to a warmer and more regular cli mate? Yes, if possible; if not possible for you, then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with, success in 6evero throat and lung troubles, "lioschee s Gesmiui byrup. It not only heals and stimulates tho tissues to destroy disease germ, but allays Intlam mation, causes easy expectoration, elves a good night's rest, and cures the patient. Try ONK bottle. Uec ommended many years by all druggists In tho world, (jet Green s I'rtzo Alm anac. VV. I. Benedict, druggist- The irt Scourge of modern times is consumption. Many cures and discoveries from time to time are published but Foley's Honey and Tar doe truthfully claim to cure all cases in the early stages and alwajs affords comfort and relief In tho very worst caseB. Take no substitutes. W. I. Benedict. BELDIHG PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Report For the Ninth Month of the Current Year. Report of the Heldlng Public Schools fur the month ending May 21, 11)01: Kindergarten Second Ward. Total enrollment IM Average enrollment U0 Percent, of attendance 81 UKEENV1LLE. Probably the readers of the Ban ner are familiar with the growing and prosperous city of Greenville, but comparatively few know of the man ufacturing interests that are now loca ted there, they all being o placed that anyone coming to town to do their trading will only see its pleas Number not absent G a HtreetS' ,ar 8tores' a Number not tardy 28 fcw of ltw comfortable residences and well kept lawns. The Greenville Implement Com pany located at the lower bridge, em ploy ,') hands and their pay roll ex ceeds $11)00 per month. They manu facture all kinds of farm and garden tools and at the present time they Number neither absent or tardy 4 Ch9C of tardiness t Lcla E. Eddy, Teacher. First Primary Central. Total enrollment ...,ftl Average enrollment 'M Per cent, of attendance OH Per cent, of Punctuality W Kiimber not nbstnt 11 -"" au Number not tardy :u) ufactured stock on hand, it Is owned Number not absent or tardy 8 by Cass T. Wright, who also owns and llouring mills at the r Cases of tardiness 0 Sarah Howe, Teacher. First Primary First Ward. Total enrollment 11 Average enrollment 41 I... ,...n tt uMon.lmwn iU ptr cent. of punctuality:;:;::::::::::::: paying business Number not absent 12 Number not tardy Hi Uleton s llouring muis anu is one Number neither absent or tardv 12 the best equipped llouring mills Evidence of Your Eyes, and EyeEvidence. Mil. A. O. HEDroRD, Ionia. Dear Sir: -I consider your glasses the best In the Mate for the money. I know my eyes h ive been benefited by them The public tikes no cbancesln going to Hertford for -luss -s. IRENE SMITH. V. O., It. F. !., Route 1. Ionta It is due to Mr. Hertford to say that I find his eye glasses in every way satisfactory and can recommend him as being "just the one" to test your eyes and adjust glasses to them. MRS. ED. WEISGEItHEK, Ionia, Mich. I am pleased to say the glasses that I purchased of you In October, 1WX), have given me Dcrfect satisfaction in every respect. ours truly, Koslna P. O., Ionia Co. DOHA FENDER. The glasses I bought of you In February, lot), have proved satisfactory in every war I scarcely have any trouble with my head, and I can read and sew splendidly and do all kinds of work with them. MRS. E. M. LOHDELL,, Hoync Falls P. O. DoWitt's Little Early Kisers search the remotest parts ol tho bowels and removes tho Impurities speedily with no discomfort. Tuer uro famous for theiretticucy.Easy to take, never gripe. W. I. Benedict. Cases of tardiness 8 Myrta Marshall, Teacher. Second Primary Central. Total enrollment 52 Average enrollment 50 Per cent, of attendance DO Per cent, of punctuality 100 Number not absent 18 V nut tnr,v f Number neither absent or tardy 18 Cases of tardiness 0 Edythe Stewart, Teacher Second Primurv First Ward. Total enrollment 40 Average enrollment 'M Per cent, of attendance V)." Per cent, of punctuality 00 Numbir not absent ; .....ID Number r.ot tardy .'il Number neither absent or tardy 17 Whole number tardy Laura McConnell, Teacher. Thirl Primary Central. Total enrollment. 4.'t Average enrollment '.is Per cent, of attendance !:, Per cent, ot punctuality 100 Number not ub.-ent ir orator Company, Fred h. as Ire Niimlter not tardv :is dent and he as Superintendent and operates two same point. The Hollow Wast Grate Company located near the depot employ about the same number of hands and are ing a good paying business. At North Greenville is located Mid of in western Michigan. It has a capacity of 200 barrels per day. Charles T. llan ney was born in Ashlield, Mass. .": years ago. At tended the dis trict schools and secured a good business educa tion. lame to Michigan when 21 years of age alone and with out means, lie worked at the trade of carpenter and joiner until Jan. 1 IKS."), when he entered the employ of the Helding Refrigerator Company as superintendent and remained with the coin pan v until At that date he resigned that position and with his brother Fred H. llanney came to Greenville aim organized what is known as the Kannev lief rig i c. MAYOR T. RAN NEY, The American Girl! at $2. 50 "A Shoe as Good as its Name. This is the ding, best shoe for the money ever sold in being equal in value to any $3.00 shoe on the market. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Try a pair. Bel- THE UP-TO-DATE SHOE STORE, A. FUHRMAN. lCnD This fact in your mind you can't afford to IVLJL-wI overlook it. Here is what J shall oiler you: The Best Bicycle on Earth lor $25.00 Don't waste your money on cheap trash when you can buy . BL EAGLE WHEEL ForS2.").00. There is none better at any price, and has no pnnnl at this nrice. I shall show a preat line of wheels with many new and up-to-date improvements this season. Such famous wheels as ttie Cleveland, Rambler, Yale and Clipper Chainless Chainless Columbia Gear for $50.00, Chain Gear Wheels $12.00 to $25.00 W.G. Nelson Furniture and Crockery Store. Eiprcss Office, GreenyiHe. t3Tl S. Don't forget tho jjreat push salo oa wall rapcr. Prices 1J ceuta per roll and upward. ThcBO prices jou havenever icen before In Ibis countrj, EXCURSIONS VIA THO Pere Marquette SUNDAY, JUNK 2. Train will leave liolO intr Ht0:"o a.m. Ileturnin, leave Detroit at 0:00 . m. Kate $1 M. 1. HAY CITY SUNDAY, J UN U 2, Train will leave Helding at 8.0. a.tn Returning, leave Bay City at 0:1)0 p.m. Ilato i?l r0. 1. MEMORIAL DAY, MAY .",(). Tickets win ne solu utone anu one- third faro for round trip on May 2i and .'10, pood to return iJlst, between all stations within 150 miles distance. 1 HUFFALO, N. Y. Pan American Exposition. Import- antchaojres in arrangements nftcr June 1st. Ask Agents. 1 FLINT, MICH. G. A. It. and W. It. C. Encampment. One way fare for round trip. Sell June 11 and 12. lteturn June 14. 1 KANSAS CITY, MO. Mystic Shrine. Odh way fare for round trip Sell Juno 5) and 10. U; turn June 14. 1 OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. Travelers' Proteetivo Association. One way fare for round trip. Sell May 31, Juno 1 and 2 Return June T.O. 1 HANDS WILL PLAY AT LANSING, JUNE .th. Trains will leave Holding at :oo a. m. liate Tl.a Ask agents for full particulars of theso and numerous other excursions during the summer. 1 II. F. MOELLKK, G. P. A. MONEY TO LOAN ....HY THE.... licldlltr Jillihllllir ,iU(1 To those who wish to build a house or pay of your mortgage; or In buying a homo already built on easy terms of monthly Install ments. For particulars call at their ollice. There Is nothing better in Helding lor investment tnan stocK in the Bel ding Building and Loan. Stock of which, Scries No. 27, Is now open to all. A. WAGXHR, Scoji MOUHiAUK SALE, TAEFAULT having bctn in ado In the condl- J lion of a certain morttfiiL'p. wherebv the power therein contained to hcII has become od- eraiive, cirruivu oy urrcn unguuer anu Lo vla Vangilder, bin wife, to Uyron Thomas iioanngaate the in day or J anuury, A. li. Iu, ana recorded in tno olilce or tho Keinter of DeedH for the county of Ionia, In said utate of Michigan, ou the I31h clay of January, A. 1.. 1HW1 . in Mter TV or MortRUKen. on tmt'o 171: which Said mortgage wan duly aslirned on the 7th day of June. A. U., 1M'J, by the nald llvron Tboniari to r.d W.l'pck; which said anlninent was. on the 2fth of June, A. 1.,1W2, recorded In the aid register's olllce.in Liber (MS of mortgages on page 4M; upon which mortgugo there Is claimed to be due at the date of this notu-e, tho sum or mi iiunirfi ev niy- iiiit hikI 43- lUOIlis Dollars (Wl iM.4 3), and no suit or nro Cf-cdlng at law havlntf bet n instituted to re cover the same or any part thereof: Notice Is therefore nrrcby plven that or Monday, tho 10th day of Juno lwl at 10 o cl k In the fore noon, I sell at public auction to the hihrst bidder, sale to take place at the front door of the court house, In the city of Ionia, that being the place where th? circuit court for lonta county is held, the premises described in said mortgage or so much thereof as shall be neces sary to saiisry the amount due on such mort gage, with 8 per cent Interest, and legal costs. uK'i"r wun an attorney s ice or ten dollars provided for by statute, that Is to sav. th fnl- lowing piece or parcel of land, situate in Ionia coumv, in me state or Michigan, vli: The south-west quarter (') of tho north went quar ter ( H) of section six (C) in town elht (t north of range seven (?) west In the towchip of Dated Greenville, Mich.. March 11th A. I) 1901. Kn V. Pf.CK. Assignee of said M Attorney for Assignee. Number neither ubseiit or tap'y 15 Cases of tardiness 0 Margaret Stevens, Teacher. Fourth Primary Second Ward. Total enrollment 35 Average enrollment 31 V'-r cent, of attendance Srj lVr cent, of Punctuality 1)1) Number not absent 11 Number not tardy ...31 Number neither absent or tardy 11 Cases of tardiness 1 Nellie McConnell, Teacher. First Grammar Second Ward. Total enrollment 3 Average enrollment 35 Percent, of attendance 9 Percent, of punctuality Number not absent.. 12 Number not tardy 35 Number neither absent or tardy 11 Cases of tardiness 2 Maude Fish, Teacher. First Grammar Central. Total enrollment ' i vera go enrollment ( lVr cent, of attendance 8'i Per cent, of punctuality 'JO Number not absent 1 Number not tardy (''.) Number neither absent or tardy ...15 Cases of tardiness 3 Pearl Pollock, Teacher. Marcla Beebe, Assistant S'-cond Grammar Central. Total enrollment 78 Average enrollment 55 Per cent, of atten ance fc9 IVr cent, of punctuality 1)9 Number not nbsent 15 Number not tardy 48 Number neither ubsent or tardy 15 Canes of Tardiness 0 Martha M. Warner, Teacher High School Central. Total enrollment 70 Average enrollment 70 Per cent, of attendance 90 Per cent, of punctuality 98 Number not absent 27 Number not tardy 54 Number neither absent nor tardy 50 Cases of tardiness 39 Viola Marshall, Principal. Grace Bailey. Carrie Tallman, Teachers. A. L. Marvin, Superintendent. Shudders At Ills Fast. "l recall now wun norror," says Mall Carrier llurnett Mann, of Levan- natuM'my mreo years oi suuerinp from Kidney trouble. I was hardly ever free from dull aches or acute pains in my back. To stoop or lift mall saeks made mo croan. I felt tired, worn out, about ready to give up, when I began to use Electric I3lt tore, but six bottles completely cured me and made mo feel like a new man." They're unrivaled to regulate Stomach Liver, Kidneys and Dowels. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by Council Dros. Only 50 cents. As rieasant Maple Syrup Most remedies nave somciniog un pleasant to the taste and in consequence many people, especially children, ureau ine uoso ana put on entirely or delay the taking of tho medicine that can do them good. Not so with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin everybody likes Its taste and when taken It will cure constipation and all kinds "of stomach troubles." In 10c, 50c and $1.00 sizes of L. O. Cushing. "I havo been suffering from Dyspep sia for the past 20 years and havo been unable after trying all preparations and physicians to get any relief. After taking one bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia I found relief and and am now In better health than I havo been for twenty years. 1 cannot praise Kodol Dyspep sia Cure too highly." Thus writes Mrs. C. W. Iloberts, North Creek.Ark. V. I. Denodlct. Vice President. Their business has increased very rapidly o that in the pace their fall of !!) thev were obliged to build an entire new factory to keep with the growing demand for celebrated refrigerators. At the present time the Company has over .'tx men employed and man ufacture about iVM) refrigerators pe month and their pay roll amounts to $90O0 for the period mentioned. .Mr. llanney was elected Mayor on the Kepublican ticket April 7th by a majority of 97. When called on by a correspondent of the JIannkk he stated that he wore the same sized hat that he did before being elected mayor and intended to help conduct the business of the city with the same care and economy that he uses in operating the factory and his pri vate allairs. NEW SPRING STOCK OF WALL PAPER. Come in and see It. PRICES RIGHT W. A. Wilder, PALACE BAKERY! Now Location, New Management. Bridge st. Next Door North of Hotel Bricker. Everything usually found at a first class Hakery, also good Keslaurant in connection. WATCH VOll TIIK WIIITK WA(J0N STATK PHONK 07 4r. S. L. ELLSWORTH, Prop'r. Ji roRCESTEh BHibkrW Dl&s uoretf.' We now have a full line oftheso CORSETS Call and see them even if you do not buy. A straight front Corset only 50c The best value in the city. A better corset for M. M. si.oo STONE. A. REAL CRAPHOPHOHE ; 11 ATT A N iicA;i:. We regret to say the Grange did not meet in regular session on Thurs day evening, May Zl, owing to the great hail and rain storm, so we have very little to say this week. We wish to say that those who were on the program for last Grange meet ing to be sure and come, if possible next meeting as we shall render that program, providence permitting. Punctual attendance is a sure pre ventative to dormancy in all organi zations. Next Grange June (5. 1!)1. j -FOR-' vjV VNUWWK Motor, ModMNiMi Visible, durable Co trvctio. Gilt edge butter and fresh eggs al ways in stock at Hanks', Cook's Cor ners. Goods delivered. T40 BOTHER, MUCH FUN. i All tho Wooden a ad PleaMirr of 1 Hiqh-Prcd Talkin j t ocbiae. iThen accompanied by a Recorder this f Oraphophone can be used to make Kecod9. iPrlce with Recorder, 17.BO. Reproduces all rthe standard Records. Stnd oratr ana monty to our nearttt offict. COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO. Dept 30 NEW YORK, 143-Ui Broadway. CHICAGO, 8 Wibaitt AT I WASHINGTON, 919 Pennyhriil Ar. t .PHILADELPHIA, iom Chestnut M, BALTIMORE, to K. Baltimore M. .BOTALO. )i 1 Main St. SAN FRANCISCO. It; Gaarr St. fARIS, ?4 Boulevard da Italicna. BERLIN, it, Kronenstraaa. Foley's Honey ond Tar heals lungs and stops the cough. H . 1IFIX1JJCT, lrtitrtrf Sale. Sale. Sale. Trimmed lints nt your tvn J'roo. Street lints nt n Grcnt Rcduetlun. Spcolnl llnrgnlna In Children's lints. A nleo assortment of Unity Jlonnets, lints nnd Cnps. We hnvc n Tow Utnlcrsklrts left xvhleh vc will sell nt Cast. Wo nlso enrry n full line of Hustles, ; Pnds nnd Corsets. At. M. STONE. u ii ii u i 11 JOU want a smoke that will make you pleased with yourself and all the world just try STEVENS' "LEADERS" They arc made of good tobacco and I believe they will suit you. They might not hit an exacting taste the first time, but after you have smoked a few of them and get used to their richness you'll take no other. MADE IN BELDINC.