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I 'ROUND ABOUT US. Weekly Grist of Newsy Items Reported By Our Special Correspondents, I M mm: OHLEANS. j MARRIED 9T i'BAUS. . f f f NT j "- ! dKar Condon and Wir. c.l.brM.1 I I II 11 I I , I J 1 Tf 0 C NT... i . . "T o o o s in Stock:. C EtTltKKA. Our slelhlnj; left us quite suddenly Naat week, but we had the heaviest fall of Soow of the taion last Saturday night and Sunday. It has been thaw lug pretty fast now for two days pist and it looks as thojgh we would soon have to travel la buggies again. We are sorry to hear that uncle Blln 11 all la falling and that John Ashley has been in poor health all winter. Montca Grange Lincoln club met in their hall in Greenville on February 12th, with an attendance of about 100. The tables were loaded with all sorts of good thingsto temptlhe appetite. After the banquet a Qoe program was rendered which consisted of sketches and anecdotes of Lincoln's life and vo cal and instrumental music which was graatly enj yed by all.- After the pro grum the old otllcers were re-elected. Montcalm Grange met at their hall January 31st, with a large attendance and much Interest wa9 manifested. We now have a class of nearly 30 waiting to be instructed in the wor k of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd degrees at the next meeting. iy, Mr. and Mrs It. S. Bigley who have been visiting th ir sou IUIph, in Keene, strce Chiiinas nri expected horn soon. r'lOjd Lir.k of Ku i-ka hna taWe Charles Uu.-ls farm In O Iscoand will soon move on to the. same. Mrs. Jay Randall who has been dan gerously hk issone better. . We were very much shocked to hear of 1be sudden dcuth of our old friend and neighbor, Mrs. John Westbrook. who died at her home in Spencer town ship January 31st. She had just re turn d Lome from a visit to her daugh ter, M rv. K. S. B glev, and other old frleuds in Id t ne, Wensday, when she was tnkt-n sick and died n Satur day. A good woman has gone and w. extend i.-ur h' urtfeit syrapa'iy to th bcr'ttveJ oiu k. Ei Stoken ha- gone to Ivilanazou ti taitti a course of treaiment for deaf ness. . FrankBt ardslfe w ho has been trou bled for several w-eks with a skin dl ease that has baili- d the hkill of pby eicians in both Belding aTd Greenvili. has been toGraud Unpld to consult physician in regard to it. The docto thought ho tould help him and w hope hu can. Mrs. E. A. Stokes and son visited at Lew TuttU s in Oiisco. Tuesday. Mr. Opples ha moved Into Will Big Yy'fl house and is cutting wood for Crank Beardslee. Mr. Avanaugh has been cutting wood for Will Bigley.. The V. P. B. of Greenville and sev eral of the , neigh bjrs met at Jesse Knssman's and had a very enjoyable lime visiting and p aying games. Mrs. E. A. Stoke and her three youngest children were guests at thi home of J. B Moon lust Friday. KASTON-HOLSTKK here Levi Connor called on friends Friday and Saturday. Will Connor of Muir Is cutting wood for Mr. Stebbins. Mrs. Wm. Dumper visited her son Mel Dumper and wife Saturday. George Hardy of Keeno visited atC. W. DeGraws last Thursday, Benson White has purchased a miiblc box in the shape of a mandolin harp. It is a very nice affair and as this is a new enterprise for Ben wo think some thing is in the wind. Little Helen Dumper is quite sick with the whooping cough. Miss Minnie tioskln and Lulah De Graw visited Miss Edith BostotT of Dil dine last week. Mrs. Wlnlrred Connor and Mis. S. Blough and daughter Bernico called on Mrs. Tom Conner last Tuesday. Mrs Conner is not much Iretter. There were ten new converts recelv- Ed. Ashby has iold his village prop erty to A. Olmstead. The L. A. society were pleasantly entertained by Mrs Alva Face Thurs day Feb. 12. A few ladles of this vicinity have or ganized a W. C. T. U. and all are In vited to join the union. Alvin McKlbben, of Grand Itaplds 6pent the-past week with relatives of this place. Edgar Condon and Vir Celbrat Anniversary Over SO fiuesu As sembled at the Home In Smyrna. February 10,1903 being Edgar Con don and wife's twenty-seventh anni versary they deemed it a pleasure to invite a few of their many friends to neip mem ceieorate tne occasion. In response to invitatjons over fifty guests from far and near assembled Equal Not a Single Fact Belding Endorsement Makes this Claim a Fact. Chester Towno has sold his house aud mlnIed their merry voices and and lot to Joo Olmstead and purchased u farm near Entrican. Endorsed by scores of Belding elti- gay laughter in the swelling tide of zen8 wn cheerfully makoa public merriment and iollttv. And thv tatement of their experience, is the kent th hall of liffht.hpnrtnr tnlb Prooi we nave to Hack our claims thnt repartee and reminiscence rolling at a DrM Kldtn,e 1il'8 re every form n.i..' , .ih......,.. ,, of Kidney ills, from a common back- , , . , UW1 ache toserious urinary disorders. Here uc-r urnveu. vv nen ine uimng room la 0ne local example and we have many uuuia were opeueu uencious oaors more like it: difTnsprl thmnlvfe In nu? nu tn ctlm I . . . . .. .. T Mr. A. A. SteveDp, butcher 1 vlng on Front u!am imu ucuvuy any laggara appe- "rect, eays: "I bave bad more or less trouble tite. There was roast turkpv nnrl wlth my kidneys for fifteen yeurs. I wan Kails J 1 fin U -, .... ........ .. . . O V.... h u . I r.rhn ,, r.A 1I 1 j I D""JD r'J' severe uiiucHB onen ue- "lw aiau ' cqufsieu 10 aress as in lumgs, great ana small, wnich go to Iuu neigut, andl went around In a stoopid vvasninffton's tlma. make a fswpll rlinnpr nronat-0,1 no PMlU0n- 1 was having quite a severe atta. k Mrs Wilbur Wood erEnt1hA lntt M-o n j j u this summer wben I noticed Doan's Kidney Pill art nf thi Zl uu I " CDdn kl,0WS hW l P' vertlsed and btgtaly recommended by respect C'cuw ui innre a iPJist for an lanTn .i rmthorln,, I ame people. I made un mi min.l tn viv them After thft RvmmPt rv nf th fnef hA trlal an1 BOt a box at Coaavll Hros, drug store - j ...... v. j ... . M.J u UUU Mrs. Etta Hoyt and Mrs. Emma Pal mer were in Ionia Wednesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arba Face a baby girl Wednesday. L.eon iJyt visited relatives of Ionia Saturday. The Epworth League will have a Wushlagton social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. p. Hammond Friday eve- nlnsr Feb. part of the week with Stanton. O. U. York and wifj have returned to their homo at Adrain after spending several weeks Hmonff relatives and ed Into the church Friday eve jinJ on friends of this vicinity. probation. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beach wem mm. Mr. and Mrs. Sime Connor visited pltely surprised by a comnanv of rela- useful presents in behalf of the com- ner motner Mrs., jane I hompson Sun- lives and friends Saturday evening in pany and individuals. Amon.7 tbm J'y- memory of their 25th wedding annivAr. I WPro a h nnrl en ma fnnr5c faotViA. A surprise waagiven to the people of Uary. Asocial time, a nice program ered chair from thpir frUnrl. ct expect- and refreshments were enjoyed bv all. Lf nr tannna t . i ... vi imaiiuuua uuuj i ill 1 1 1 1 : l I bad ncttakpn all nf thu hn. iu ..(..., been utterly destroyed. Rennro I had an conn ani r wai...- tl,..(..i Rouse Of Lowell, as orator Of the plete y- 1 haven't felt the first synoptonsot Its day, In his Inimitable way, presented Z" ImLT: Ho'ster by one whom we le:ist ed it or. Mr. Kico has been running' the Bolster store for the lnt nine months with Mrs. B'ouih a-clerk ji ing th; bnst s itiKfiietion t(v hII. A f diysago Mr. Biee was h'.-re and after tiikinn an Inventory of his irom!s he was so well satNlioj with the LuIn.s inai naa neen aone nere that he rent- id the store of Mr. Whlto for next summer hiring: Mrs. Blough to attend to the store on i al-ohiriug Mr. Blough to run a wagon from here. Last S t uruay .vjr. nice camo hero with teams md wayons without a minutrn noiire ind moved all the i:oods to Johnstown ind had been moving all week the peo ile here not knowing anything about it This store has al n s bt-en w..il p i l.nl.n.i 1 I ...... L ! . . . """"J uuu pcopiu oi 111 M VliMfiMl a!C onsldernb y worked up over it and ave otTered to - furnUh Mr. Blough vith money to go on with the business Mr. White says it will not be long be ore the store will ba stocked ai'itin, he vants to make bomo improvements first. I'rlt-e 60 iiitit. FOSTICK 3IILIJUHX CO., HUFFAM), N. V Sole Ageiitn fOP tie i'i,it .stwtrn. Remember tbe namDoan'8.takeno eubs ltute. Westbrock and wife, Ciiarles West- brock and wife and John Westbrock, of Oakfield; silver scoop and berry spoon from Wm. Kexford. Mr. House gave them a short talk on the IMO man can cure consumption. You ian prevent It though. Dr. Wo.'dV .Norway Pine Syrup cures coughs, cold! Koncbitis. soo throat. Never fails. A Thouatktid Doll.tr Thrown Awy- Mr. W. W. Baker, of Piainiield, '""i writer: "iviy wife had lung rouble for over fifteen years. Wetrleu . .. i .i . .. luuuiucrui uociora anu spent over a housand dollars without any relief. she, was very low and I lost all hote. U -t I .... .... , K.' "urn aiiiciiu ouesieu irying roey s Honey and Tar, whifh I did, and thanks ba to this great remedy, it sav ed her life. She Is stronger and enjoys oeuer neaiin man sue tun ever knowu in ten years. We t-hall never be with' out Foley's lloney and Tar and would isk those afflicted to try It " Sold bv W. I. Benedict. VKIIO KNNES STATION. Burr D;.vis has purchased a new spin of horses. They weigh twenty- fix hundred and forty tounds. Mrs. Warren Ford was away visitlnj? occasion, mentioning the many hard the latter part of last week. days' work, the hardshiDS and eniov- Themall train failed to catch our ments which naturallv come with Hip man oagiast vveeK, and as a result our acquiring of such a lovely farm home, Items were belated. i i. . , .. . ' rPk .it ,L ..' . uuu uompiimentea air. ana Mrs. There is talk of building a Maccabee nnA u. . hall herein the near future. V , y CUlQ Mr. LandinofKeene, is a guest of iau,jr . ay " " VaS irul' Iheir Charles Keech. own, a sentiment echoed by every Mrs. Carrie Cross returns! sn,io,. one present. A fine program of from a threo week's visit with Lowell muslc anJ siuging followed, and at a relatives. late hour the quests denarted. ovnrv n r , , j very enjoyable time was had at 0Qe wishing the genial Ed and his the Grange hall lat week Wednesday, pleasant wife many happy returns of - un a lauies oi Lowell Hive dined the day. One Who was There. wiin uie ianicsor Alton hive. The L. O. T. M. and K. O. T. M. in- Mated 5 new members each last week. The machinery at th cider mill is being removed. James Phelps, of East Lowell, was a euest at H. D. Week's, last Sunday. Jud Hapcman.of East Lowell, visit- d bis parents Sunday. Elders Wheeler and Merlllwere here S jnday. Mrs. Spear and son, Lyle Francisco, f Cratlot county, visited at Steohen Kennel's Saturday and Sunday. Airs. Jud Ilapeman, of East Lowell, -pent Saturday night and Sunday with her parent?, II. B. Weeks and wife. Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can ever surpass it. Dr. King's New Discovery Pnr VsrMITIOX tvt til fill nd voiatH Price 50c & $1.00 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure: Lung Troubles. Money back if it fails. Trial Bottles free. Dr. Donald McDonald AVOX-KEEXE, UIU lUUUVlHI THR SPECIALIST IS COMING! '..' ir"s sa tifiay. :.ff4.II i-t w ll is vi-lting his grand rent Me mid Mr-. Lee Hartwell '4 mMMmmZrsm CANNONSHUIUJ. The L. A. S. wbich whs to have met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herring ton on Thurpd.ty last was postponed on account of tha serious illness of Mr Herrintfton who Is suffering greatly with erysip'-lts in Ills fae-i. Mrs. George Fefiy. who Is a helplesb Invalid from rheuTiatUm. is bein cared for at the home of Mrs. Herring ton. W. Holcorab and daughter have re turned from thoir visit. Willlt Youncr of Silver Like who has ben on an extended vMt in th. eaat h-is returned hem. Clinfn Nesit of Grand Ripids and Mrs Robin .on of Ederton were th guests of Durand Fiost Saturday atd Sunday. 1. parents Mr. and Mr-. Lee Hartwell ai d oth r relatives ii this vicinity. John Hoag whu is in a critical con dition rom h'Mirt md rtomaeh trouble, is beiiiiT treited by Dr. Fuller of Grano H:ipics Monroe L dner, wlio is in qu'iran- ufjf ai tun i.D'iie in ins parents, naa a si i. 'Jit Httaek of that dread disease diphtheria, tu In t trii klll of trained nurs, he is doinjf nicely, and tb rs. of i he f unity aro us yet safe. This eornrainity whs greatly shocked over ih- cu ul n d atti of G"orgn Lad n r, ounest s n of Hoi. Frank Lad-U'-r, wlia oie l F bru ry G.lO.Ki, netl 19 y. rs i' 'eea-eo w-is a stuuent at tbe strengthening tood. Ferris seho 1, H.rf lipids, where he " Yo thill and Dlle f ....l li..lli,.i la ir,. u u . K,.,,.v,. . . ho ue- an l lived only 21 hurs from ttu time they tiartel until d.-.ith reliv. d Mm fro.-ii his -rilo suffering. The fiUier, m ther, br thers and fclster have the h-art feit Hy ,,pvh of the grown up and have children oniiroiroiuiHu.Miv iij meir rcat eor qJ thcif OWn OTISCO. Mits Audrey Williams and Ernest lenkee, of Heldlnp, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. A. M. Snicer F. MeNitt and family, of Grattan. s u nt SundaJ at the home of J. L. Morse, Misses Ila and Lottie Johnston, of m.vrnn, fpent Saturday with their Herds, Alta White and Heesie Fis-k. M. S. Hoes has moved from his farm back to his hotel and H.'J. Luick ha noved to the farm. Little Mildred UradUb.of Belding. been vMtlnc hrr erandrarents. i . . ... iur. anu ivirs i$ uradlsh, for a few days. Mr. Orley Ralyeat, formerly a teach er in our school, but now superintend of h- Kreepor, sehool, vMtod the school Tuehdav. I1U were very n.ub pVi-ed to tee him. George Gardner and wife have mov ee back to Canada, his father having deeded him 80 acres of land. Dale Bowen and wife have commenc ed house keeping in his aunt's house. Jesse Hunter was removed to her home on Wednesday last and stood the journey well. Mrs. Daniels will give a dinner par ty to a few of her friends, Wednesday. Charles Tompkin9 and wife left for Ohio, Monday, where they will visit a couple of sister. School commenced again Monday, at rotter's Corners, with Mis Clark as Instructor. George Golds and family Sparks and family visited Wilkin's on Sunday. Jim Renwick and Truman Pratt are preparing to build basements under their barns in tbe sorinc. Admyra Heattie has been sewing for He Will be in Belding at the mr. urrm uowen tne past week. Elton Hull will have an auction sale r coruary L'3d. James Sparks and wife left Tuesday for their home near Heed City. They were also accompanied-by Mrs. Royal Sparks. . 3 at n- f-mi '''J'.Vt'X-v Hotel Belding on Wednesday, March 4 AUON-MOSELEV mar. Dont forget the - old vith the fisli on his back. For nerrlv thirty vears he 'ias been traveling around the 8,ck 18t- VOl lt . aild IS Rtlll tneelimr i he haw mill on bringing health and comfort A-herever he goes. To the consumptive brings the strength and flesh he so much needs. To all weak and sicklv children he crives rich anrl Seowy wepther since Ibe thaw. Chester Ford was a guest at George im m . .Sur.c ay. MIh- Lena Gnhan is vlstlng at Mrs. Otis White's thh week. Mrt. Otis White visited the school er na9 been slck 'or a week with chick T"bn Wlncgar, of Moseley, is on the eo"Px and oldie Vanevry has taught in ner piace. There will SMYRNA. Mrs. Martha Noble is about the same at this time. Mrs. Mark Hoppough is sick with la grippe. Mrs. Frank Kroil of St. John's is visiting her parents Mr. Mehney and wife. The Maccabee ladies visited Mr. and Mrs Osborne lastThursday and a jolly time was enjoyed 32 being present and an excellent dinner served. Jonn Kohn and Charley Hansen join ed the Gleaners Saturday evening. Miss Olga Handy the assistant teach- is nersons nc gives new hrm flesh and rich red blood. Children who first saw the old man with the fish arc now 4v's u ney and lar cures the iiused hy atUek of U irrlppj. It ,,4ls tha lure's. S.jld by W. I. Uene- let. ' iliby s'oepsand grows whlb mamma rests if Itocky Mountain Te.i is given It's the) greatest biby meditiue ever iT , ..1 l.ivln r innlhcpj '!,...nt. Uiiv'1-' i.i ' v vsuii) vuu pel! Uroi. He stands for Scott's Emul sion of pure cod liver oil a delightful food and a natural tonic for children, for old folks and for all who need flesh and strength. SCOTT At BOWNE, Chemists 409-413 Pearl Street. New York OOo.ancJ $I.OO all druggists. the T6mlt farm Vut done pawing on that job. Warren lord and wife spent Friday .itfht in Eypt. Cb Ut Il!a-ser Is prepsrlng to saw it the lumber for repairs on his barn The Alton K. O. T. M. held a ess Inn Kniiirdav evening and initiated several new members. We enoyeel out junket trip to Adrian flst wick to visit the With! ytn wire works and wore well enter tained by the oflkers and manacrpra We alfo enjoyed a one day and night t pBt Larihlng where vow ere royally entertained by Senator Weeks, Repre -eititivo Ilarr.aby and Sesrcent-nt Arms MeN'auhton who showed us tbr uphalltbi-m eums and libraries at the i .ipital and Agr. cultural college. all of wh eh we highly appreciated. Michigan has a c nate c hamber that she may wll be proud of and other states might well envy. We doubt If any other Mate has as fine a chamber. M jiiday and Tuesday mornings were the coldt of the cea-on. Subscribe for Tb'e Banner. be a Gleaner social at Charles Ilolidats this week Frlrln evening and Saturday night the Mac cabees will play the drama called, "Down in Dixie." Everyone come. At Ben Tower's the 17th 40 neigh bors and relatives met in memory of bis 62 birthday and a jolly time we had also a dinner that would Intoxicate the palate of Delmonlco. His children pre sented hlro with a fine morris chair. MOJSBY TO Z,OAiV .... HY THE.... licldlnir JiuildinK nnt1 L.nti Ansoointion To tho-e who wish to build a houto or pay of ybur mortgage; or in buying a home already built on easy terms of monthly Install ments. For particulars call at their office. There is nothing better In Belding for investment than stock in the Bel ding Building and Loan. Stock of which, Scries No. 34, Is now open to all. A. WAGNBKf Soy, One day each month. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Consultation, Examination and Advice Free. dr. Mcdonald is one of tho Greatest Living Special tsts in the treatment of all Cnronlc Diocascs. His extensive practice and superior Knowledge enables him to cure every curable disease. All chronic diseases of the Brain, Spine, Nerves, Blood, Skin, Heart, Lungs, Liver, Stomach, Kidneys and Bowels scientlficallyand successfully treated. UK. MCDONALD S success in the treatment of Female Diseases Is simply marvelous. His treatment makes sickly womenjstrong, beautiful, and at tractive. Weak men, old or young, cured In every case and saved from a life of suffering. Deafness, Rheuma tism and i'aralysls cured through his celebrated Blood and Nerve Remedies and Essential Oils charged with elec tricity. THE DEAF MADE TO HEAR! THE LAME TO. WALK! Catarrh, Throat and Lung Diseases cured. Dr. McDonald cures Fits and Nervous Diseases. Eczema and all Skin Diseases cured. Dr. McDONALD has been called the wizard of the medical profession, bo- cause he reads all diseases at a glance without asking any questions. Sick - 1 , ! . T X W t ... ... (oik, can on ur. iwcuonaiai it is a pleasure to meet him. Dr. McDonald never turns the poor from his door. 0 . Consultation Free. Those unablo to call can address Dr. Donald McDonald, THE SPECIALIST, Wellington Fiats, Grand Rapids, Mich, Lace CiuirtaSinis O ' B R YON McCall Pattern In Spring Styles. With Prices That are the Lowest. Just Received at If You are a Farmer And Have One Cent New York for a free Buy a postal card and .send to the Tribune Farmer, New York City, The Tribune Farmer is a National Illus trated Agricultural Weekly for Farmers and their farailics,.andt-tands at the head of tne ag ricultural pres. The price is $1.00 per year, but if you like it you can securo it with your own favorate local newspaper, The Belding innoi' a b"rpain Both Papers one year fl','10' Scnd (ur order and money to "The Banner, ".Belding, Mich. n i" i Fieia and Hog 3 i American Tence Mvv, tint I Va M iff . jr. m k i THE FENCE THAT FENCES. ONCE UP, ALWAYS UP. We are booking" orders for American Fence now. The price is down and we will guarantee you our price until March 1st if booked now. Prices are on the raise, so call and give your order now and we will see to it that there in no better price and no better fence made. TUINSTRA & KUHN amb Bros The n i 5 0 Gitocnxts. AGENTS BELDING FOR Hill BaWrO's (MOTHER'S 5REAO OF GRAND RAPIDS. 1 CXSCOCOCXDOGOOtM OO0CO2XI( THE VARIETy STORE Has Just Received a New Line of Dinner Sets, Glassware and Notions, W . h. CHAVE.