WELDING, 3IICII., THUHSDAY, NOVEMBER i!8, 11)01.
WHOLE NO. .051.
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Til I li 1 LJ'ii 1 II -t
THE BELDING BANNER PE0PLE EAS,LY VICTIMIZED. UNCLE JARED SPRACUE CONE.
BECOMES A BENEDICT.
Published Kvt ry Thursday Afternoon
- HY THE -
HANNKIt PUBLISHING CO.,
UELIHNU. (IC)XIA I ()..; MK'H.
Office in thf lViU- s Saving Hank Mck,
ONK DOLLAU PKK YKAU
STIIK Tl.y IN ADVAMCK.
Swurnu of l'eople llupttitc t .miihv mud orK iiouenu ne inw riwurum
1MB Profit Knlly. Hwnrd.
People who trade in stock, says the Another good man has finished his
Will tr..ot Tonrnni ,-:in .t down as life's work here and has been called
Friedman, the t'lotliler. Taken to
J I luiHfl t Wire.
Mr. A. Friedman, the senior mem-
her of the popular and successful
. ... . .... -...t... i,; ,.,,i-,.i!,,,r .,,.. -l I'liit liitur linn nf A it I). Friedman of
a lunuamentai proposition im; i.ii. " - .,..,u..., ....
that anv man who claims to know crown of life, and if ever there was a this city has grown tired of the trials
what the market is going to do any man who so lived as to deserve that
m,in than to k.iv that hi- thinks this crown, it was Uncle Jared Sprague
- J I ... ... . I . . . 1 i, . . 1.1. .1 A...
of cer- who died at his home in the hrst warti lion uupui wno nrc m nine uaris
He was horn in with such unerring aim straight at
and tribulations of a hatchelor life
and has become a victim of the little
or that will occur as a result
tain specified conditions, is unworthy Tuesday afternoon
of trust as a broker. Any man
Advertising Kates uin apiilication. Hills
Cards of Thanks -J.V to 5(c. Resolutions
from 5oc up.
Cony for change of advertisement must Ik?
received not later than Tuesday noon in or
der to Insure Insertion.
Entered at the IN.stoffire. Heldtnp, Mich.,
for transmission through the mails as second
claims that he can take discretionary
accounts and habitually make money
for his customers is a fraud: first, be
cause he knows when he makes such
statements that he cannot do it regu
larly or with certainty; and second
because if he could he would surely
trade for himself and would scorn
working for i per cent commission
i. w. uavis . , ...... i, .),
. Win. O. Wehster I wilt "11 uc iuuiu jusi as cu u. v. .w.
whole amount made.
Circuit J u dire Frank 1). M. Davis
l'roltate J u it ire
Sherttt r. Mn
Tn-.isiir. r . K. P. Cool I TIip lipnd of a concern winch was
l'rosecutintr Attorney m. K. Clute I ..... . ,
Keulster of Heeds C. 1. lioodwln ciy iiioiuiuuiit a. v.n
County surveyor... .... l c. I rawtord fm.ucnty sam- that if the Lnited
Commissioner of schools u a. Hurhans States government would let his mails
Circuit Curt Com rs.... V i Zt alone and deliver to him the money
forwarded him bv his dunes he would
i- i...i.. .. .... ; . ... -in. ( im
4 .. . . 1 : SK III) IH' I It'l UL I. Li ILL L H Ml 41IH
fkMavor jienry d. i.eonaru I '
cierk ceorne W. Moulum nnicker road to wealth. Kvidence
or Henry J. i.eonaru
n'-..... A. itii U':iunr I
Marshal. w. Mitchell presented in court has shown repeat-
S H.-VtH Vi'intu'er " " " ' ' " " '. ... i ( )hiinter dly that swindlers who have adver
Justices of the lvac - -R Iv1!'1?1" tiscd to make money for th e public
I I icoi Lie . iuwuiiwii i .
Aldermen -First ward. Owen J. Harker, K. I 111 speculation have received
o,1,t;::,a,r .:?rvVVL Fisher! amU of letters containing money;that
Supervisors- First ward. V. M. Foote; Sec
ond ward. J. T. Anirell; Third ward. W. A.
MKTHOHIST KIMSCOI'AL ClITUCII-Ser-vices
at lo::ioa. in. and 7 : :i ;i. m. Sahhath
Sah(Ml at close of niorniui! service, l'rayer
tneetiniron Thursday eveninir. Kev. O. A.
conc:ukoatuN'alciifi(;h Services at received was usually returned to the
a. in. aim ;.J"ji. in. .-..imi.tiii muihu
atll:4ja. in. l'rayer meeting on Thursday
eveninK- Kkv. .1. .1. .-stalky, i'astor.
m 7 :i. i. m s:i i.i 1.1 1 h sehooi :i t close of I The end. however, is almost it not
morninn service. Prayer nu etinK on Thurs- invariably a communication
uay evening. nti. uiiiuif.i.b i ami.
fkki: mi;tium)Istciii'KC11 Prayer and stating that by some adverse and ut
Draise serviae. eleven o clock a. m. Preach-
iiik at 7::i" p. in. Prayer meeting Friday
evening. Kkv. Mi Kiiiukn, I'astor.
DIV1NK SCIKXCK SFKVICF.S at the 11. A.
It. Hall on Sundays at;l::hj. m.. conducted
by MHS. MUKK 1 T.
who New Urk state about 10 miles lrom
Hull'alo, Feb. 14th 120 and was there
fore nearly years of age. At nine
years of age his people moved to Can
ada, and when 24 years old he came to
Keene township, Ionia county. While
liyinr there, he was chosen to the
ollices of clerk, treasurer and super
visor and also held many other posi
tions of trust, all of which were filled
in the same careful, earnest fashion
in which he performed every duty.
Twenty years ago coming March he
moved to Winlield, Montcalm county,
and seven years ago came to IJelding
to reside, having ceased active work.
He leaves a wife and three child
ren, Kev. Elmer K. Sprague, pastor of
the M. K. church at East Jordan, Mrs.
G. E. Shaw and Miss Isadore Sprairue
of this citv. For liftv years he has
been an active member of the Metho
dist Episcopal church, and in his life
thous- and in his death he was a grand bene
diction to all with whom he came in-
none of this money was ever invested to daily contact.
in stocks: that the advertisers were The funeral services take place
not members of any exchange and did Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
not even pretend to have any business the M. E. church, Rev. O. A. Carman
ntr thnn r.w.ivinr ami Ui-enini' the o tli c ia t i ii tr, and the burial will be at
bulk of the money entrusted to their the Otisco cemetery. Those of the
care. A small amount oi me money u unus mn iu v n. m.
will please call at the home previous
Kpndirs as orotits on alleged transac- to that hour.
the heart. The lauy is or rather was
Miss Kae Her.bergof Manistee, where
her father owns and conducts a large
dry goods store, and is an only daugh
ter. The ceremony took place at
three o'clock Wednesday afternoon
before a large company of relatives
and friends from all parts of the state
Ilabbi M. Bergman of Grand llapids
They will return at once to lidding
and will occupy J A. Spencer's home
for the winter. Mr. Friedman is a
successful businessman who has been
a resident of the city aliout two years,
coming from Hudson, Mich., where he
till has business interests, but during
his stay among us has won many
friends by his upright and honorable
ways, lhe nriue is sain to oe nanu
some and highly accomplished and
will make a welcome addition to the
social circles of our city. The Ban-
NFJt respectfully tenders its heartiest
congratulations to the happy couple.
THE BOY IS FREE.
HIS FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY.
jKO. K. NICHOLS.
A TTOKNF.YS AT LAW. Office : -Over Page
XX store, Main st,. Holding, Michigan.
CHAS. R. FOOTE,
A TTORNEY AT LAW. Money to Loan on
I v.jie&l U .St.'.?ii kuJi. ' Office in Spencer
. S. MORRIS,
'OHYRICIAN AND SUKGKON. Office rear
X of W. I. Henedict'rt drur store. Houw
0 to 11 a. m.. 2 to 4 and 7 to H n. m. Kesidence
ODDOwite of M. K. church. Telephone U it
terly unexplained fatality operations
have been unsuccessful and the money
invested has been lost. It is usually
thought wise to make the victims ap
pear somewhat in debt in order to in
duce them, by not haying to pay the
alleged debt, to accept as a mysteri
ous dispensation of providence the
loss of their capital and previous al
Speculation ts not. rat its best, a
Superintendent V. W, Howard lvrn
a Surprise Tuesday.
Mr. F. W. Howard, the superintend
ent of Beldinjr Bros, & Co. silk mill in
(Veil .Jacobs Implicated In Shoe Fact
ory stealing l.lbernted.
Cecil Jacobs, the young lad impli
cated with Host in the Shoe factory
stealing case, had his examination be
fore Justice Lapham Monday, being
conducted bv county agent J. II. Van
Ness of Ionia. Mr. Van Ness bad tak
en pains to investigate his record and
also all the facts connected with this
scrape and upon his recommendation
he was discharged. The boy's record
proved good .and it was found that
l'ost hail not told a straight story,
this city was fifty years old Tuesday
and his wife made a little surprise up- but had endeavored to screen himself
on him by inviting in fifty guests to as much as possible by throwing
spend the evening unbeknown to him.
He was taken completely unawares,
but quickly rallied and welcomed the
company to the beautiful new home,
recently built'in the east part of the
It was a large and delighted audi
ence, tilling practically every seat at
the Opera House last Thursday even
ing, that w itnessed the presentation
of "Prince Otto" by Harry Glazier
and company. The work of the star
was line and the support was good all
the way down the big cast The box
otliee receipts were the largest on re
cord here which was pleasing both
to the local management and also to
the company. As is well known to
our readers, they only came here to
play an open date caused by the lire
in Powers' opera house at Grand
Uapids, expecting to lose money and
were agreeably surprised, not only In
that there was no loss, but, also in the
conveniences of our opera house, the
elegant hotel accommodations, and
the general thrifty and prosperous
appearance of our city. The success
of this engagement warrants the con
tinuance of the line class of attrac
tions we have been
The Concert Course
ber was given at the
last Saturday evening, the attraction
being the Hungarian Court Orchestra.
To all lovers of line music it was a
rare treat and that it was fully en
joyed was evidenced by hearty ap
plause that greeted each number and
the frequent encores demanded.
They were artists.
The next numler in the Course is
a concert by the Lyric Ladies of Chi
cago, Jan. 2d. This will be followed
by the Slayton Jubilee Singers,
Thomas Bixon, Slayton Grand Con
cert Company, Durno-Emniett Com
bination, William llawley Smith and
the Quaker Male Quartet. The re
mainder of the course is better than
the whole course in any city of our
size in the state. l.o for all.
Perhaps some people thought man
ager Benedict of the Concert course
was not in earnest in saying they
should commence promptly at 8
o'clock, if so they were undeceived
Saturday night, as it was prompt tyjf
the minute. We think it a commend
able feature and niisrht be imitated
with advantage' bv the, Opera House
blame on the boy whirr, was unde
served. The boy had evidently fell in
bad company when with LanaWmpnl. KirutcntLs of the ueo
'iifrAiSilfrs Bif tni -pfe'eati be in tli ei?' e;ttcfa tu';
simple and easy road to wealth; but city. The honse was finely decorated
speculation through people who ad- with cut ilowers, and amusements of
vertise guaranteed profits and who various kinds were provided so that
Post, and with ro itrouv
to look after him, had lajcd frri the
honest path, it is true, but Mr. Van
Ness believed he had been taught a
lesson he would not soon forget and
Jack Frost il
when you have a pair of
YABN OK SILK MITTENS
KID GLOVES OH
i H. J. Leonardo
call for participation in blind pools is the evening passed very quickly and that the cause of justice would not be
J. E. FERGUS.
SUKCJF.ON Office over
aire s Liiiruwure. unice iiours: mo v u.
weu.ieHiay, o:ju m o
ascertain a method ol loss as could
possibly be discovered.
DOCTORS COMING TO BELDINC.
m. : 1 to 3 y. in. : except
Em Pension examining nurgcon
I PHYSICIAN AND SUUGF.ON-City Pnysl
. cian and Health officer Office at residence
corner of Hridge and Ceutre hU. Office bourn
1 to 8and 7 to i. m.
J. F. PINK HAM,
Second Annual Meetlnir Northern
Michliran Medical Society.
The second annual meeting of the
Union Medical society of northern
Michigan Is announced to be held in
Belding at Hotel Belding on Tuesday
pleasantly. Fine refreshments were
served and Mr. Howard was presented
with a beautiful Morris chair, also a
silver pitcher and serving dish to Mrs.
The following gentlemen and their
wives were present: Dr. Martin of
Greenville, J. A. Spencer. T. F. Ire
land, Dr. Pinkham, E. B. Lapham, H.
A. Lamb, O. F. Webster, B. F. Hall,
Itobt. Wilson, Wm. Hutchison,
Frank Millard, Marion Case, Geo.
Dec. 10th. The program which has
been issued shows a number of papers Cota, Leslie Montieth, Geo. Stout, A
Pift. subiectsof interest to the tnedi- M. Glass, Jas. Wolcott, S. E. Howard,
4 and 7 to p. th.
DR. J. H. ARMSTRONG,
TENT1ST. - Specialty of Crown and IJrldge
XJ Work. Office corner rooms in the V ince
block, over Vincent's grocery, Holding, Mich
DR. G. F. SMITH,
over Paire's hardware store, llel-
F.NTIST. Office hours Hio5:30.
cal profession, and that three Belding
physicians Drs. Pinkham, Ferguson
and Stanton, are down to lead the dis
cussion to follow three of them.
This society which was organized
two years a no, for the purpose oi
social intercourse as well as advance
ment in their profession, admits as
eligible to membership all ''regular''
physicians who have taken the pre
scribed course, the inyitation being
open to all such to attend this meet
ing and become members if not so
I-,,-, ,1., Tl,n u, ntv Ii-ij f.ir Uu r-
I tL 1 1 KUlj . nil, fuviv. I J 11.13 1U1 Hii .
J OHH Hi. W a g ner, ritory the counties of Mecosta, Mont
cairn anu ionia, anu ii.is at present
about fifty members. Judging by past
DR. C. E. SHELDON,
F.NTIST. The latest methods. The low-
XJ est prices. All work guaranteed.
IM l.VMiS W liA'TMOTIOX.
nmpx nver iienedict'H drusf store. Office hours
8 to 12 a. in., I to p. m.. mid 7 to 8 p. m.
Mandolin, Guitar and Banjo
SPATH PHONi: NO. M 3il.
h. p. Mcelroy,
All work In mv line artistically done. Par-
oru under Peooie'H Savings Hank.
Real Estate and
Located in the COMMERCIAL BANK.
Insure in tho Old Reliable
Office in the new Helding block corner of Main
and Hridgc street, Holding.
Vlro Innurnnra n &tcolult y on City
nntl lfrn rnpny.
You Don't Need
to Send Your
experience from thirty to forty may
be expected to attend this meeting.
L. E. Green, Keed Gilbert, J. H.
Keeney, also Messrs. I). O. Thompson,
Homer Hutchinson, Alvin Camp, and
lllchardson silks Arc ltct.
Wm. E. Curtis, the well known news
paper writer, in the course of a letter
from Berlin to the Chicago Ilecord
says: "Anomer American nrm wnicn
has met with remarkable success in
Germany is the Uichardson Silk Com
pany of New York, which now con
trols the trade in high-grade spool
silks for sewing, knitting and embroid
ery. It caters only to the best trade;
its prices are much higher than those
charged by German manufacturers,
and its thread sells on its superior
merits. The German thread will not
work in sewing machines. It is made
of short libers and is uneven and ir
regular, while the Americans put the
served by punishing him further.
His mother was present at the ex
amination and promised his ex
emplary behavior. Post's record does
not show ui) so well, as it was found
that he had at least served one sen
tence of live years.
Weaver- Kclle y N untlals.
A quiet home wedding was cele
brated at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Weaver at four o'clock Wed
nesday afternoon, when their son
Clay J. Weaver was united in mar
riage to Miss Ada L. Kelley of Reed
City, Rev J. J. Staley olliciating.
The out of town guests present were
Mrs. M. Kelley of Reed City, Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Brown, Mrs. C. R. Smeth
en, Airs. i.. ii. evey, oi v.euai
Springs. An informal reception was
held at six o'clock when a large num
ber of friends of the contracting
parties took occasion to ex
tend to them their best wishes.
They were the recipients of quite a
number of beautiful presents. They
will reside in Beldinir. The BANNER
o'clock as they can at ::(, it is
only habit and should not be encour-
Kev. Il l It. Micks Is Not Head.
Notwit standing a widely current
rumor that the Rev Irl R. llieks was
dead, he never was in butter health,
and never did a harder and more suc
cessful year's work than that just clos
ing He basjiist eompletou ids large
and bplendid Almanac for Ifui: aod,
ilh his statT of able helpers, nas
brought his journal, Word and Works,
justly forward into international repu
tation. For a quarter oi a century .ur.
Hicks has erown iu reputation and uso
fulness as the people's astronomer, and
ireaster of storms fnd the character
f coming seasons. Never were his
weather forecasts so sought afier as
now. his lliue-iy warning oi a sui iuua
drouth this year having s ived the peo
ple from loas and sutlering Millions
of bushels of wheat were harvested
through his advice to plant crops that
would mature early, the American
npnnlrt will eertainlv sta d by I'ror.
. i . - .. . , i
Uleks, when it costs mem so nuiu anu
tho benefits are so great, ills tino
Almanae of HOO p iges is only !:. cents,
and his splendid family journal U only
one dollar a year including Alm
anac Send to Word and Works Pub.
Co., 2-01 Locu-t St., St. Louis, Mo.
(SKdl'IMl IN TIIK OAltK.
Wlilst Club Scores.
pair north and south,
From Coopersville, Mich., cornea
word of a wonderful discovery oi a
pleasant tasting liquid that when used best material into their spool silks."
before retiring by any one troubled
with a bad cough always ensures a
irood night's rest. "It will soon cure
the cough too," writes Mrs. S. lllmel-
munger, "for three generations of our
family have used Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption and have nev
er found Its equal for Coughs and
Colds." Its an unrivalled life-saver
when used for desperate lung diseases.
Guaranteed bottles MK; and 1100 at
Council Bros. Trial cottles free.
A riijrftlcian Textllien.
"I have taken Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
and have never used anything in rav
life that did me the good that did,
says County Physician G. W. Scrogg!,
of Hall County, Ua. "Heing a pbysl
clan I haye perscrlbed It and found it uto Cough Cure, it rclleyed
A pretty compliment and the more
appreciated inasmuch as it was un
Ilitt Children' Friend.
You'll have a cold this winter. May
be you have one now. Your children
will suffer too. For coughs, croup,
bronchitis, grip and other winter com
plaints. One Minute Cough Cure nev
er falls. Acts promptly. It is very
pleasant to the taste and perfectly
harmless. C. H. George, Winchester,
Ky., writes, "Our little girl was at
tacked with croup late ono night and
was tso hoarse she could haruly tpeak.
We gave her a few doses or One M In
to give the best results." If the food
vou eat remains undigested In your
stomach it decays there and poisons
the system. Kodol liyppepsla Cure dl-
n !,,,, ifttrltt gesls what you eat. You need suffer
neither dyspepsia nor starvation
mediately and she went to sleep. When
she awakened next morning she had no
signs of hoarsent6s or croup. " W. I.
other east and west.
Next meeting next Monday evening
at Foresters' hall
Ten thousand demons gnawing away
at one's vitals could n.t be much worse
than the tortures of Itching piles. Yet
there's a cure, Doan s Ointment never
A report from Supt. J. C. Gluck, Ue
form School, l'runty town, west va
Oct. 18. 1U00. "After trying all other
advertised cough medicines we have
decided to use Foley's Honey and Tar
exclusively In the VV est irglnla ue
form School. 1 find It the most elTec
tlve. Hnd absolutely harmless. " W. I
Try th ( "i'V I.auridrv and vou will know- Wo
do PA'MiLY U'AfilllXUS with or with
out Ironing; 1 l.idiea' und genu1 ent.re
wanning ut reasonable prices.
Cnll nntl Mnho
C. O, SuhcMor,
W. I. Benedict.
IT is impossible to be thankful and have poor material
to get up your ....
With. We come to your relief with the following
goods which are the best money can buy.
Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Apples, Sweet Potatoes
Squash, Cabbage, Bagas, Celery, Mince Meat,
Pumpkineither can or package, Raisins, Currants,
Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, Sage,
Olives 10c, 15c and 25c per bottle, Cranberries,
Walnuts, Pecans, Almonds, Filberts, Brazil Nuts,
and Peanuts. Also Nut Meats.
OYSTERS THE VERY FINEST.
r . - -ii lYfn
jv forget tq ( -7 V-iVor"'a Se;il " V:
rriuu voucc iui Lui3ri r . ,m.
ROBINSON & HUDSON
Hint U WliiU h tiret lny I'eople In Held
Ing I In ve lit't'ii llolnu' in i.eHttrii
to TnkhiK .ledielne.
Bead about some far away cure. It
seems like their ease. Don t know
cannot verify it. .How different with
Dr. A. W. Chase s Nerve Fills al ways
ah'e to irive local reference. Mr.
M. Fish of Front St.. Belding, Mich.,
says: "Last spring I procured some of
Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills at Cou
ncil Bros. Drug Store and used them
with eood results. I had for some time
been troubled with not being atie 10
rest well at night and though I used
but one box of the pills I felt a very
decided change for the better and have
no hesitation in recommending them.
Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills are
at. ftOe a box at dealers or ur. A
W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, W. 1
Sflfl that portrait and bignaturo of A
W. Chase M. D. are on every package
Modem Surgery NurHed.
'Wrhile suffering from a bad case of
plies I consulted a physician who ad
vised me to try a box of DeWltt'
Witch Hazel Salve, "says G. F. Carter
Atlanta, Ga. "I procured a box and
was entirely cured. DeWltt's Witch
Hazel Salve U a splendid cure for plU
clviog relief Instantly, and I heartly
.1 It .. ..11 LntTop.j ' Vim..
rt'ciiiiiiiifiiu it 117 an fuimiio jui
gery Is unnecessary to cure piles. Do
Witts Witch Hazel Salvo will cure
any case. Cuts, burns, bruises and all
other wounds are aleo quickly cured by
it. Beware of counterfeits.
Aade over the Latest Shape Lasts.
Every Pair Guaranteed.
R. R. Edwards. 1
Our New Line...
OF BOYS' AND YOUTHS'. AND
AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
Are Well Built,
Correct in Style,
and Right in Price.
Bridge St. market.
Our Special Bargains for Saturday
Pork Sausage, 9c or 3 lbs. for
Liver Sausage -Head
We are carrying a full line of first-class Meats and all
for cash, therefore we sell cheap. Call and see for yourself
and remember Thanksgiving. We will have a Turkey,
Chicken or Duck for all.
Smith 8c Hines.
W. J. Shlvely, Batesvllle, O.. ppeak-
ing of Banner Salve sa: J used It
for piles, and It has done me more good
i than any salve I have ever used, and I
have tried a great many kinds." W.
Brings attractiveness to lUtless, un
Itrcotntiiriwi it to Trninmtn, lovable trlrls. making them handsome
O. II. Ilausan. Lima. O.. Engineer ! marriageable women, That's what
L. E - W. U. U , write; "I have Kocky Mountain Tea will do. 3." cts,
....u- f i . ... lv.i,, r '..ii..u nnf..il t.i unrlr on nfn tdl-1 nick vou can t afford It. tict Dr. lalu
Kidney Cure, and one bottle entirely lows. Materials furnished. Steady well s Syrup Pepsin for constipation,
r i,ii., -a.mr,i t unric (riinrrintei.il . x i e rle ncr unnrr. sick headache or any kind or stomach
t.n Rnv onn. eneelalW mv friends amoni? c.arv. Send stamped envelope to trouble and you will be cured, for it Is
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY t'hne COMMERCIAL BANK
lor fool away your money.
If you are
tho train men, who are usually similar
ly afllictod." W. I. Benedict.
Mis Cunifnings, Needlework
Ideal Co., Chicago.
Dept., ' guaranteed by L. O. Gushing, the lead-
.7t4 ing druggist, oi lue town, L.
And It Will tinrn I'or Voif
Pour per cent. Interest If Left Four Month.
Five per cent. Interest If Left One Year.
H 5 Alill JKOTKCTf II V HUNdt.AM iXSUKANCMS.
WM. F. SANDELL, Cashier.
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