THE BELDING BANNER
The Automatic Wringer
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v Y-r' ; it.
Is Warranted to tit per
fectly the smallest arti
cle or one which opens
the rolls an inch with
out changing the wheel
screw and is pro
nounced by all who
have used it to be
on the Vlarict.
Tuinstra & Kuhn,
You will find all the new things in Wash
Goods; New Shirt Waisis; Dress Skirts in
Silk, Wool or Cotton. The best Wrap
per on earth for a dollar. Iron-clad Hose
for Boys, the best made. A laige line for
Ladies, with prices right. We still sell
that good Sheeting for 5c per yard. For
all kinds of Good Dry Goods go to,
Agent for McCalPs Patterns.
1! We Sell
The B. P. S. Paint
The Best Paint Sold. Absolutely Pure.
Lead, Zinc and Linseed Oil 81. "0 per gallon.
Not a pure paint but just as good as the most of the
iS Heady Mixed Paint at $1.25 per gallon.
The Senour Floor Pamt Cookies
! Cookies are small l()c cans of paint made in 20 different
colors, just the thing to paint the wood oox
or old chair or anything else.
Campbell's Varnish Stain
Are the Best.
The "White. Lead and Oil we sell are Absolutely Pure.
CALL FOR PRICES.
The Variety Store.
We have just opened
a case of Ladies'
Black Hose the Best '
in the city for t
a Pair g
Bargains in fill Departments. I
w. A. CHAVE.
V. R. COWDIM, tutttur.
IHURSDAY, APRIL 3. 1902.
REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET.
KMRIthK H. LA I'll AM.
For City Clerk,
(JKOKGK W. MOULTON.
For City Treasurer,
WILLIAM F. SANDELL.
For School Inspector,
ELLIS V. KANNKY.
Supervisor-WILLI AM M. FO Ti:.
Aldtrmiin-LEUNAKD F. SMITH.
Constable LYMAN COVEY.
Inspectors of Election OKLANDO J
HIS, Fit ASK II. TOTTEN.
Second W 11 rd.
SupervlMor-JOSElMI T. A NO ELL.
Aldcrman-WILLIAM A, CHAVK.
Inspectors of K'ection EUU ENK IV MOUL
TON, CHARLES II. COW DIN.
Supervisor-WILLIAM A. WILDER.
Alderman-WILLIAM K. FISHER.
of Election W. LEE CUSSEH.
HUBERT J. PEEBLES.
The political wise man of theUe-'
trolt Jouruil.Lai ttie following: "It
U reported on good .authority that, a
shift has Wen made in the senatorial
ituation in Ionia county. The latest
report U that Senator Nichols has
decided not to ask for a renoinluation,
and is advocating the nomination of a
Montcalm county man as his success
or. The practice has W-en for the
two counties in the district to alter
nate, each having the nomination for
two successive terms Previous to
the election of Senator Nichols in
ltMM). Senator Wayar of Montcalm
served for two terms. Inasmuch as
Nichols has served but one term,
some of the Montcalm county politi
cians are insisting- that an Ionia man
he nominated this year, preferring to
wait their regular turn, especially at
this particular juncture. There will
W no tnited States senator to elect
next winter, but there will lie at each
of the two succeed in r sessions, and
Montcalm wants to be in it on these
Vote "ves" at the election next
Monday on the proposition to appro-
a a..'ii r a.. .
priaie ior an auuuion 10 me
II. II. Gooding, the Republican nom
inee for Constable in the third ward
has declined to accept, and the vacan
cy will be tilled by the city commit
The reelection of three Republican
supervisors in this citj' is practically
conceded. The' have become of great
value to this city owing to their ex
perience and knowledge of the work
as well as by. their acquaintance and
high standing with members of the
board from other parts of the county.
A strong point possessed by Mr.
Sandell in his preliminary canvas and
should carry equal strength for his
election now, lies in the fact that his
place of business is centrally located
and that he can always be found
there during- ordinary business hour
in the evenings as well as during the
days, which is a great convenience to
many working people.
John F. Rible is the Democratic
nominee for Mayor at Ionia and Hal
II. Smith was nominated by the Re
publicans but declined, leaving the
committee to fill the vacancy. Alton
J. Moon and Fred Pitt are the Re
publican candidates for Supervisors
in Otlsco and Orleans townships re
spectively, Leopold Krupp and A
Palmer their Democratic opponents
It seems unnecessary to call the at
tention of the voters to the many ad
vantages of Geo. W. Moulton for the
oflice of city clerk. In the lirst place
he is the present clerk and is in touch
with all the city alTairs and can con
tinuc the work without hitch or jar
In the second place his office and
the clerk's oflice are adjoining
which makes it very convenient for
any one having business to transact
there. In the third place his educa
tion and experience has been Mich
as to guarantee the citvfirst class
service. From every point of view
the voters will be serving their own
best interests by reelecting Mr
The Manner is a Republican news
paper and as such supports the ticket
named by that party, believing it to
be a good one and worthy of the
earnest support of every member of
the party. But we can be broad
enough to say a word of commenda
tion tor tne ticket nominated by our
opponents the Democrats. Take
as a whole wc Wiieve it to be one of
the best ever put up by them in the
city. It is noticeable also that there
seems to be a more brotherly feeling
all around on both sides, and none of
that bitterness frequently observed in
such contests. The Democrats did a
particularly graceful thing in the
second ward in leaving the oflice of
supervisor blank on their ticket in
iecognition of the able services ren
dered by Mr. Angell and the sad ex
periences he has Wen passing through
the past few months, Such things
bind friends and citizens closer to
gether and gives us fresh courage in
the future of our city.
1 ; i, ' .-' v
'n ' . V,' " . - '
CLOIJCii: W. MOFLTON
S(r:ilulit Talk himI to t Point - The Virtu
ol lir. A. Ntrvf PHI
Tultl lit ti irw Word l h Hi Ii
lii i; Cill.t-n who Know.
Mr D (). Thompson, Fngineer at-
- k mil . dinL' Mich . suvs: i can
speak highly of Dr. A. W. Chase's
Nerve Pills. For two or threo years
past I had been very nervous and poor
ly I did not rest well at night and
was troubled a good deal with nervous
headaches. I trot t-omo of the Neryt
Pills tit Conoell Tiros, drug store and
beiran their use. I soon noticed an 1m
provement, my appetite improved,
irairjed in weight, rested well and felt
in overv wnvsomueh better.
Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills are
sold at 5l)ca box at dealers or Dr. A
W. Chilli Medicine Co.. MufTalo. N. V.
Seo that, portrait and signature of A.
V. Chase M. I) ae on every pacwago
It's the little eold that grow into big
colds, tho l)sr eolus that cna in con
eumntit)n nv death. Watch the little
colds. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate like
nearly all other cough medicines. Re
fuse substitutes. W.I. Benedict.
Eczema, scald head, hives, itchiness
of the skin of any sort, instantly re
lieve.d. permanently cured Doan's
Ointment. At any drug ftoro.
Spring time is the time to use Rocky
Mountain lea. Keeps you well all
summer. Great spring life renewer
'.i-i cents. Connell Bros.
Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in time
alTords sctirlt v from all kidney arid
bladder diseases. W. I. Benedict.
Makt s children eat, sleep and grow
Makes, mother strong and vigorou-
Makes a healthy family. That's what
Rocky Mountain Tea doos. 3-5 cents
The surest and sa'eot remedy for
kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's
Kidney Cure. I. Beneuict.
Pneumonia follows a eold but never
follows the usti of Foley's Honey and
Tur. It fctops the couyb heals and
strengthens the lungs and atlo-ds per
sect security from an attack of pneu
monia. Ke.fue substitutes. Vv .
WILLIAM F. SANDELL
CALIFORNIA ! CALIFORNIA
Special low rates to Los Angeles
and San Francisco; tickets on sale
April 1 !-!: inclusive. Askyour agent
lor rates and particulars. 4
A It end j Reply.
Foote's ready reply to the caution
"Your handkerchief, sir. Is h.inging out
of your pocket." was of high merit
Loth from the surprise and for the cor-
ili:il way In which the caution was ae
epied "Thank von. sir; you know the
company betier than I do." Gentle
o ltenon For Delay.
"My darling." he exclaimed, "I would
go to the end of the earth for you."
Vhere was n hliht pause while the or
-hostra playul tremulous ragtime.
"Suppose." she said, "you begin your
travels now" Pittsburg Dispatch.
'Mie leenjer Hoy.
"Why Is it (hat one can never get a
I'Hcht. reliable and speedy messen
"Dc cmiipi'iiy don't pay dnt kind of
wages, ma'am "-Indianapolis News.
It U never right to say what one does
not mean, but why not mean the nice
things I iisinei rity does not necessari
ly follow in ihe wake of politeness.
Ladies' Home Journal.
It will do ynu more good to acknowl
edge your faults than It will do youl
Hieniien. -Atchison Globe.
Alcrnetliy declared that the best
time to e.it was. fur n rich man. when
he could get appetite, and, for a poor
man. when he could get food.
STAR LACE SPRING SHOES!
The effect of the finest costume will be spoiled if
you neglect your footwear.
We have just the shoes you will
need to complete your Spring outfit
and the cost is little. We have shoes
for the Ladies, for the Men and for the
Children. All the popular styles and
favorite leathers are here. .The beau
tiful Patent Leather and Velour Calf,
the old reliable Box Calf and the soft
lustrous Vici Kid.
We do "not hurry buyers. Come and look, and try
on, and buy when you'get ready. Satisfied cus
tomers are what we want.
R. R. Edwards.
Farm For Sale.
l(0 acres of good land, known as the
Knoch Brown farm, Ax miles west of
Belding. Price .'." per acre For
further particulars inquire on prem
ises. E. D Hall.
$25 TO $100 A DAY.
I'Iul's net from flOto ftO and good auctioncpr
from .'? to duiu uuy. I have u course of live
lt-ssonn in tiu tlone r.ng. covt rlnj? every phas-.
of the work. Seed :1ft rent. T. S. FISK, Fair
mont. Miri". (;riiral Auctioneer and l'rcsi-Ut-nt
Statf Auctlont er's Association.
The time for Cleaning Carpets
and Paper Hanging Is here.
When in need of help of this
kind, call or drop a card In the
post office to
A. V. HOWARD,
I have samples of Wall Paper
from .'J cts. per roll up.
Residence, River Street, in the
Levi Krick House.
A. W. HOWARD.
W. F. BRICKER,
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
FOU SALK-I House inid Lot on Hrldge
strert, Souih O.0
LAUOK House and Lot. on bridge
Street, south, price. &t:HH
HOUSK on bridge. Str et to exchange
for small farm.
JO Uoom House, tine location on Hroas
IU'0 ACKP. farm. Orleans Township, For
sule. rood Ittitl llns with Fruit. prlci .'i.'500
'.OACltK FA KM. near Smvrna.for sale.
VACANT L iTS on North Side will sell
on SMALL I'AY.M KN I'S.
VACANT LOT, Main St.. Centrally lo
cat i d fi'J(KK)
2 Mrlck Stores, will exchange for Good Farm.
We have customer for s a farm, south of Ilel
dintf, near German hcttirment wants eood farm.
We have customer wants house, south side,
worth 1750. If jou have one for sale come and
Bricker's Real Estate Exchange,
OFFICE AT STORK.
VINCENT k GO
The Cheapest 'ami
in town to trade.
Try them ami be
ALL NEW STOCK, 5KLKCTED WITH GREAT CARE.
A first-class trimmer who has pleased hundreds of
others and can please you.
LADIES PLEASE CALL.
iVr. Nellie Millard,
MAIN Street, Ror-m formerly occupied by Loewe, the Tailor.
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY Vhne COMMERCIAL BANK
Aral it Will ISnm I'or Vmi
Pour per cunt. Interest if Left Four Alonths. i
Five per cent. Interest if Left One Ver.
WIS AUIS J'WOTIC77i JiV HCKULA.U LVSWMA'Ci.
WM. h-. oArslutLL, Uashier. 1
Dress 6oods Sale
SATURDAY, APRIL 5TH.
SEE THE NEW STYLE SHIRT WAISTS.
SILK. WOOL CHALLIE. LINEN.
ALL QUALITIES. FfOM 50
CENTS TO 56.00, AT
High in Quality. Low in
Price. Never disappoints
29 lbs. SUNLIGHT PATENT
25 lbs. MORNING STAR
PIERCE & HENDERSON,
VOTE FOR WM. V. SANDELL FOR TREASURER.
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