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! 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY THE BELDING BANNER Yon BOARD OF TRADE, K. H. LAPU AM, Kclltor. THURSDAY, MAY 7. . !93 Clerk.. Treasurer Marshal CITY OPFICKR9. ....wmu ....(Jeors Mypr i. Wm. r. banaeii Brtccr Moulton W. W. Mitcneii 1. C KDeiaon Me Unit Called to Or;uU-Ciintnc Factory Wants to Locate Here. A meeting to organize a board of ttade will be held at the council room Monday evening, May 11. An organ izatlon of this character will be a great benefit In helping to secure new factories and promoting any enter prise for the benefit ol the city. Mavor Hrlcker desires a large turn out of citizens, and It Is hoped good results may come from the meeting. A canning factory which will employ bi 200 hands is seeking a location ana I - It .,.tV.l tnA KBoiutlons desires to come nere 11 fus51U"- Lki. rnnnil:Un will nUn l brouirht oonv for change of advertisement must be I F i,r(i - ; 7. ;in,, rvire. rraver .--ivi not later than Tuesday niwu up anu uwtusscu. " meeting on Tnur-aay cuiu6. m. .v . ot iraae orcaniztu iucic Carman, l'astor. D... at ! " Hnn W ,veral new factories could OONUREOATIONAUUiiuuy"--''--- Entered at the Fostomce. 10:30 x m. ana ?:-up. m at 11: City Attorney - rrVhilnaT r jtiy ueaitn umcer k"h. Lapham Justices of the Peace.... uorec W. Moulton Aldermen-First ward. U , l$a K. UudHon: Second ward. V- A. ae. V. J. Clarke; Third ward. W. K Flnr, iupcrvUorH-nrii ward. W . M. Foote ; ond ward. J. T. Angell; Third ward. W. A. Wilder. CHURCHES METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUUCII-Ser- from 50c up, rices at 10:30 a. ra. " Published Every Thursday Afternoon AT UELDINQ. (IONIA CO.,) MIC11. Oftlce In the Peot.le'a Saving Bank block Main street ONE DOLLAR PKR YBAU STRICTLY IN AUVANCE. Advertising Hates upon application. collected mommy. Cards ot - nanus c to out. in which to sell that I only secured si.uw in casn anu nwy abowt 1250 for the property, and then never a clew benind. fc-ven tneir we left Saranac. 1 ald I wanted to presence in town wa no. khuwi. m.wi , go to Orleans and say good-bye to a one of the post office clerks opened niece of mine there, and he went with ti e office at 7 a- m- me. I had brought mv trunk alone The robbery Is tnougnt to nave and opened It at the home of my taken, place between 1 and 2 o'clock :45 a. m. Prayer meeting on T evening. IUv. J. ti utl-. x HAPTIST CHUltCII Bervlces at 10.3O a. n and 7 -30 ft in. Sabbath school at close of FREE METHODIST CIlCltCH-Trayer and tlon but several new factories Sab&..J2v for transmission through the Malls as second be jnduced to locate In Ueldlng. kiii " J mat ir Has Upturned. Prl.lpnt Rnnsvplt was very en- Thos. Uracken returneu miuiu thuslastlcally received in what was from his trip to hU old home In Spring raise sr rviae. eleven o cio. . Hkv. Da Fob, Pa nra lag at 7:3i i. m rveuing once PopulTst-rldden Kansas. Lyons will have a lot of new ce-j ment crosswalks bulU this eeason ana 1th Kellv & Halla- Ireach Prayer meeting nuj astor. ST JOSEPH S l-Al iiijio .- ' ,v 9:30a. m! on the last Sunday in each month, k'n Aitr Pastor. aSS-K put them in at 13 lo?3rsKuSyhlrmeoring:0 a squareoot 8erCAPEUNUwoouro?ticerini:harge. k. iCliilA DWIGHT SHELDON. NICHOLS A SHELDON. A TTOHNKY8 AT LAW. Office: -Over Page A ;ff.u, AUmtt.. Heldlug. Michigan. DR. MARJORY ORR. - .w,..-w,u ut plats, neldine. Mich. ""u: bw; i Sneclaltrr Oftlce hourn: V to 10:30 a. m. ; 1 to 4 p. m. ; to 0 p. m. Citlienn' 'phone No. 9. . S. MORRIS, oppoaihv ui . rm. J. E. FERGUSON, nuvsiriAS AND SUKGEON-Omce oye. P pIk hardware, umce hourn: 8 to ;a m ! 1 to 3 p. in.; except Wedaeaaay. : p m Pension examining surgeon. New Sta' Phono. Mr. Bryan delivered a speech In St. Louis the other dny in advocacy oi good roads? No especial reference was made to the broad highway lead ing to the White House. efiect iri M.m . lieinL' calleU mere ten days ago by the sad news of the vio lent death of his youngest brother James Bracken. He was a car in spector on the Boston & Albany It. It aired 30 years, and on the morning o the accident had gone to his work in tend'ng to return to his boardin place in a short time. At about o'clock he must have been crossln thptmckain the yard when he wa .tmrir ami killed, as his body wa shortly after discovered. TT was verv popular with the rail WANTED A HUSBAND. Continued from First Pag; consented. I had such a short time DARING MISDEEDS. Continued frvm First Page the burrlara rot away more than You Can't Always Judge A Shoe b'What It Weighs... Jut Now You Don't Want a Heavy Shoe, Anyway. I Ion Do Want Slices That Will Stand JhWgr niece. 1 had bidden tny watch, Joo, and other valuables in the bottom of It, and told him about it so he could get It In case of fire. 'While I was visiting an old friend, nirlfford went unstaira where tne In the morning, as at about the latter hour residents In the village heard men In a rig going through the town. Bristow's blacksmith shop was opened for tools with which to gain an en trance to the postofflce building and I . a. t rw trunk was and took the money, the to assist in opening me saie idc w.-itch. and evervthinr else valuable, office was entered through a side win- and that Is the last I have seen of dow and two charges of dynamite used him." Mrs. Kinley is f7 years old and an mint nf Mm O. W. Lane, who a lew weeks ago moved from Orleans to Grand Rapids. She further says, "It was only a short time ago that I re ceived letters from Mrs. John Green of Indianapolis. Ind., and Mrs. Will iam Hatch of Norwich. Mass., and on the safe, the outer door being drill ed In three places. The inner door of the safe was wrecked by the second charge, affording easy entrance to the stamp box, which was pried open with a chisel The total amount se cured Is about $1,000, of which all but $00 Is in stamps, largely of one and two cent denominations' The $60 was That will guard your feet from hard knocks, and that will yet he comfort ; able and attractive in appearance. Ladles who wear our Dorothy Dodd $3 00 shoe, and our Drew $2.00 shoe, say they are all a good shoo ouht to be. PECK'S CASH SHOE HOUSE. a t? they wanted to know where Blckford In currency. -..! 1 ' Thp hiirirlnra escaned in a riir be- was. Tney ciairaeu mai ne uiu ii win- - Uedtomarrv thexn. and had gotten longing to Frank Pratt, who lived a Home of thefr money. They claimed half mile west of the scene of robbery w hn.l visits them and told They atso stole an overcoat from Mr. .mthnt hP wnalivlnrwlth a sister Pratt's barn, and It is thought drove named Mrs. Jennie L Kinney in Sar- out of town forwarded Itaplds. to me to where I am now living, and A peculiar feature of the affair Is worn- the ease witn wnicn me rouoers pot westward toward Grand Are You a Doubting Petgr Possibly vou have tried some cheap brand and found it poor. There is a deal of mystery in much of the mixed paints. No mystery about the composition ui i nr. nn4 iiimii.iii.ii lu lu- auv. , . thop rpvpn pii to me tnat oiner that three hundred Chinese laundry- road officials and was one oi me com- nickford's away unheard. There is a watchman men have struck for $4 a day wages pany's most trusted employes An- en n tfae Warren Featherbone factory, will hardly commend Itself to the agl- other brother, M. Bracken, whore- ma u between which and the postofflce tators who are crying against cheap sides there holds an important posi- jo i ; building there Is only a railroad track Chinese labor. tlon with the same company Hoard of Review. Thp Hoard of Review for the sev- from her, and Mrs. Green lost about two watchmen were In the French Ithaca Is going to pave too. The ..ill hna rxiwwPfl TPSOlutlOUS tn nave Center street from Jefferson eral wards of the city of Belding will 1 ... I - a. iu. ,..,n 1 1 rnim u Mnndnv. t.-i ThpV3 an n.ispd res-oiuiiont meet ax. iuc wuuv.. LU l.li. "v.j 4 ,,.o,nn,lT,hr. Mjv 2(ith. A. to have the city attorney uraw up t My Jf ... -j - hnv, it served on the D. 1903 and as long thereafter as may the same amount I did." Rpfpnt exnor rr.entt. by pracucai tests Bnd examination with the a!d o' the X Rays, estHbliht d it as a fact hat catarrh of the stomach is not a ai- grist mill, diagonally across the street and the St. James hotel is only four doors away. No sound was beard from the postofflce at any time in the night. BELDING MARKETS. . OHLINQER, l PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON-CUy Pbysl P "B and Health oftlcer-omce t n,ldeoce corner of Urtdge and Centre bU. Office nou I to and 7 to p. m- J. P. FINKHAM, imvsintS AND SUKQEON-Offlce over OR. J. H. ARMSTRONG, l KNT1ST. -Corner rooms In tbe Vlncen D oiock. over VlncenVa grocery. Offlcir bours: a. m. to (1 p. m. remove its wire, poles, etc from Cen- in the forenoon of each day, for the l my ndge9tlonM Kodol ter street. purpose of reviewing the several as- ovapp-daCuro fg curing thousands. It sessment rous oi xne cny, ai wunu Ueed Citv has failed in raising the time anv person or persons desiring 00 bonus for rebuilding Dr. Spin- so to do may examine his or her as- nev's sanitarium. He now comes for- cessment on said rolls, and show cause ward with another oroposit on, asking wfcy the valuation should be cnangeo. txf t rpmit hU t.-ixes for a ner- ntpr! at Beldintr the first day of iod of five years, and for ihe citizens May a, D. 19i3. to take stock In the enterprise which he will secure and redeem in money or service with G per cent interest. Flour. W cwt. in ., tn nf ml iip.l. nn and 0V8 l wci. tn psia rnd' prevent op cure catarrh of C,rn M.e.RI J theomach Ko-ioi difsis wunt pat mHkfs the stomach sweet. Sold by W. I B n'dict. Geo. W. Moulton. City Clerk. dr. a. f - SMITH, . n.w.A hnura 8 to 5:30. Leonara D uiociT. oTer Page's hardware store. el- dint Mlob . DR. C. E. SHELDON DFVTIST. The latest mctboda The low Eert prices. All work guaranteed. KXTRACTIO. Office over llenedtct'. drug rtore Office hour8 8 to i a. m.. I to 6 p. m., and 7 to 6 p. m. Phone No 138. t - DR. C. B. ROOT, -usTo-oi'ATHIC PHYSICIAN-Uraduate of 3' Omce ut llotei Holding... Tuesday. TntTrndaya and Saturdays, from 7 a. m. V 1 :30 p. m. Insure in the Old Reliable WANNER AGENCY Office m the new Holding block corner of Main the city has accomodations for them ana unugenn"., - I .ind thev will he taen care ui, mc same as in the past. - f Tr A UlY-C.. I AXJAjxi. v - A lule ufe may bQ gacrificed to a irv i'lPftnlnir Dielng, Steam tleauing, t0 a sudden attack of eroup, if you Dry Ueaning, wjt y Thomas' E.-lectrlc Oil Silk City uye nouse, a hand !or emereency. L. C. MiLliAItl), Prop'r, Belding, MlcU. i:ard of TlinnkH. To the manv kind neighbors and friends who assisted us and gave their sympathy and tokens ot affection calm county by rcas n of local option during the sickness, death and burial In fact of our beloved wlte and moiner, our sin As yet the city has not been over run with what has boon termed as 'hums ' from Greenville and Mont- taking efiect there May 1st the Bannek doesn't believe that our neighboring county contains any more of that class of- people than manv other towns In this part of Michigan. Tbe average budge drink er would hardly take the time and bear the expense it would entail in tmvplinif from to 20 miles for the purpose of slaking his thirst. If there be any Mich, however, from that county or any other county who comes here and gets too hilarious, Eliza E. Skillen, we extend cereandheartfelt thanks. Jas. It. Skillen, Jessk Skillen and Family. yulck Arrear, T A r.nllfidce of Verbena. Ala , was Lwk-o in the hospital from a cevere case if ivIps eausint? 24 tumors After doc tors and all remedies failed Bucklen's Arnica Salvo quickly arrrsted further inflammation and cured mm. ii eon- luer aches and kills pain, 25-.: at Coc nell Bros, druggists. "Neglected colds make fat grave yards." Dr. Wood's Pine Syrup helps men and women to a happy, vigorous old ago. Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly a.lAntp-d for asthma, bronchitis and hnnrarnpsa. So d DV vv . i . neneuici. The Wherefore. Aw why Is it. Miss Keene, that women do not aw-uave any ncnsr oi humor?" "Probably for the suuie reason. Mr. Sharpless. that souie men do not nave any sense of any kind." Kansas City Journal. Unlucky. There are men who never roister, Yet lead unsuccessful lives; The world may be their oyster. But they have no oyster knives. -Philadelphia Ledger. DELDI5Q, Apr. CHAINS, BTC. retail patent cwt. ton Feed. V cwt, chop ton, Bran, J) cwt Middlings, cwt Wheat, red. uu. white V bu Rye, f bu Corn V bu Oata, V bu Hay. baled. V 'n Heans, bas's of lb jiakf ra, bu... FA HM rHOUCCl. Mutter. tt EKg W doz v" MEATS. Turkey V th Hve weight CMckens, V 8 Veal, cwt, dresned V cwt, live Hef $ cwt, live weight Pork V cwt, dreatted Pork per cwt, live Salt Pork. V bbl Mutton, dreHsed, Jicwl 83, 1903. r 5 IB. t i 5 P. Paint, 9 to 2 SO is on I 10 a oo I 10 I 10 64 48 4 3 8 ocvio 00 1 7id'4 00 13 8 . oorti7 o . 6 WKTsS 50 . 8 CWfil . 7 roxoM w . 5 7. fcfl a .18 Vi& U 0 7 00 White Lead, Zinc, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Color and Dyer, nothing else. Chemical analysis have been made of it in nearly every state in the Union. It has stood the test in every instance. You take no chances when you buy B. P. S. Paint or Varnish. We have sold this paint in Ed ding for 12 years. It gives satisfaction where 'ever used. i r F f ! r t w ritv .- nutro mnra mnnAt than vou want to ufe richt away not carry It around and run the risk of losing It, hut deposit it In do" Sandell s Commercial 13anl You ran pet It any time you want It, and If you should leave it for four months it will draw 4 per cf lit. Interest, or if you happen not to use it for a year it will earn you 5 percent. Interest. II ' W One d vintare. Mrs. KlnRslry You say you like eol- ornl Korvants lotter than wmte ue- auso tliry are slower. How Is that? Mrs. .Bingo It takes them longer to leave. Town nun i.ouniry. Even absurdity has a champion to defend it, for enor is always talkative. -Goldsmith. Terrible platrues. those Itching pes ond tomiserv. Doan's Oit.tmcnt cures ($ o caives aruve, uuu. w. ntCTUOIT LIVKSTOCK MARKET. Michigan Central Live Stock Yards, I Detroit, Way 5. The demand for live cattle Is strong and active this week, re ojlpU have been moderate of late. The f.iiinwlncr nrlcos are beinc paid at the Detroit Live Stock Market: Prime teers and heifers, 4 60; $.00 handy butcher's cattle, 3.75$4 40; common 2.6Xa3.75; canner's cows, $1 2 60; stockers and feeders, active, at I2 60Y34 2.5. Milch cows active at $30 The Flowers TJia t H I Bloom in tlie Spring I At any drup store. . j. . ininA.ti nur Office at M.rn. Nellie MUi.ra . -v., AL.L WUlt uun'" ' Iom. iriuent IjIok m ycMtJ L. F. RICE, M. D. Throat College. SPECIALIST IN Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat DISEASES GuarauttcU io give I'crtuct &atlfctl air on. Mil Ii MOKBY TO LOAiS ....UY THE.... Holding Uuildinu nndl L,nn Aftsoolntlon To tho-e who wish to build a house or guredly the cherubim, at there descTlb- Anlmal Worship Among h Hebrew The Old Testament records show. notwithstanding the various revisions through which these venerable books have passed, many Indications of ani mal worship among the Israelites, which must have lasted for ages be fore the prohibition Inculcated In the second line of the Decalogue was for mulated. At a comparatively late date "Jehovah was worshiped under tbe popular symbol of a bull, while the twelve oxen upholding the laver In Solomon's temple, as well as the horns adorning the altar, were drawn from the prevalent bull worship." Modern research has also proved that the cherubim were represented In the form of winged bulls. M. Lenormant in his famous book on the "Beginnings of History" says that during the time of the kincs and nroDhets "most as- niraneU With Wife. A former vicar of u country parish not far from Sheffield was a gentleman distinguished for his learning and for the nosltion be took at Cambridge. One day a visitor to the village got Into con versation with one of the parishioners. and the talk turned to the vlcar. "Your clergyman," said the visitor. m it vfrv nble man. Why. he Is a wrangler." "I never heard that." was the reply of the villager, "but his missis is. - London Tit-Bits. pay of your mortgage; or In buying a home already bum on ejr terms of monthly Install menti For particulars call at their office. rr-i . I nnthlnvr better In Balding . . v. l. Stock of ed, are animals." The I.avr of Faltin Bodies. All falling bodies, whether they be rt-atnl rn indrons or meteorites, fall with what philosophers term "a uni form accelerated motion" In other words, if a body be mevlng at a certain velocity at 'he expiration of one second from the beginning of Its fall It will be moving with twice that velocity at tbe exDlratlon of two secouds, gaining In speed at a uniform rate throughout the course of Its fall. AL ASTOR The German Coach Horse Owned by i Tie BeldiHE Oman' Coacb Horse Ass'n Will Stand for the Season as follows: MONDAY John Greenop jr., Or leans; George Hoxeie, Keene, over night. TUESDAY-Paul GondoHV, Dll Purdy 's over nluht. WEDNESDAY Win Jones, Grat tan. TBUIISDAY-Henry Corrlgan. FBI DA Y Fred Wit ten naugh S ' UBDA Y at Belding. SUNDAY C. C. Wright's. E. H. WILSON, Pres't. O. F. WEBSTER, Sec' v. Sheep andlamb8, active and gteidy: prime wool lambs, I8.76$7 03; mixed, 14.50(5.50; culls, ll.60 $2.50. Hogs, light receipts, mixed quality, trade Is active at the following prices: Prime mediums I6.85(a6 95; Yorkers, $0 80(rt6 00; pigs, 16 80(6.90; roughs. $5 00(36 00; stags, 1 off; cripples, tl per cwt. off. A Lamsoii In Health. Healthy kidneys filter the impurities from the'blood, and unlfss they do th's good health Is impossible, fcoieys Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and will postively cure all forms of kidney and bladfler diseases. It strengthens the whole s.vstera. Sold by W. I Benedict. EXCURSIONS VIA THE pere jarquette. i ..w.r, iK-n ttoclc In the Bel ior inviBk'iuu. "'- a.... which, Series No 34,1s now open toal A. WAGXMi. Secy, Tired Out PeesM TP IB. 10O3 I raiM- l.rr llrLlmu I jt Lowell, tirurid IUpltis nortb unci vrt. 10 rot a. m. 8:W p. m . K:C4 p. ' ForlonU. II :(M nv. 5:0H p. m.. For U;troll. Toledo and Etu . ...It :0I a. m.. 6:CH p.m. For SftKtnaw. "ay City and Port Huron. .. 8:17 a. m.,3p. m For Howard City IV Z , 1:40. p. ni., ft:' P-m ForGreenTllle 7:24 a.m. 8:17 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 6;8S p.m.. -0P-II. F. MOF.LLER, Oen.PMS, Agt M.L.OSTERHOCT AKt. 'I naa nam nAArlu rA rOtlld 1 Vf TWI J UVI " ' www-- hirdly get about the house. I was tired out all the time. Then I tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and It only took two bottles to make me feel Rerfectly well." Irs. N.S. Swinney, Princeton, Mo. Maud Last night Jack told me that he wouldn't marry the best girl living, unlest wbat unless she took Itocky Mountain Tea. Sensible fellow. 35 cents. Connell Bros. Tired when you go to bed, tired when you get up, tired all the time. Why? Your blood is im pure. You arc living on the border line of nerve exhaustion. You need Ayer's Sarsaparilla. 1105 a bo4il.. All ,rirlt. Auk ronr doctor what he thlnli of thl grand old family medlfin. - ollow bis adrire and we U1 be nutisf'u'd. Take Ayer's Pills with the Sarsa parilla. They acton the liver, cure biliousness, headache.constipation. J. C. AYER CO., Lowell, Mats. t'nnppreclated. "He's aiot what you would call strict ly handsome," said the major, beaming ihmnHi his classes on a baby as he lay howling In his mother's arms, "but It's the kind of face thnt grows on you. "It's not the kind of face that grew on you!" was the indignant and unex pected reply of the fond mother. "You'd l. I I.wvl-tnrr If tt liorl'" A Foil Hand. "John." said Mrs. Norton as she seat ed herself at the hotel breakfast table, "did you call a waiter?" "Yes," said Norton, looking up from tils uapcr. "I called bim, ana ue uaa a tray full." - IVmlnlar ConTrraallon. Wobbs-Womon talk about nothing but their dres. Slobbs Oh. 1 don't know. It seems to me I've heard some of them talk about their hats. Philadelphia Ileeord. If Up Only Coalil. Mrs. Noorich Isn't It grand to ride In your own carriage? Mr. Noorich Yes. but I'd enjoy It more If I coti!d stand on the sidewalk sod see myselt tide hy.-Drooklyn Life. LOW KATIwS WI1ST. The Pere Marquette Railroad Com pany will sell during March and Ap ril tickets to ine wes- ai very iow rate, and round trip home-seekers' tickets first and third Tuesdays. Onick time and lowest rates. Call on or write for particulars to, V E. WOLFENDEN, Dist. Pass. Agt., Grand Rapids, Mich DETROIT Sunday, May 10. Train will leave Relding at 6:20 a. m. Rate $2.00 See posters- or ask agents for particulars. GRAND RAPIDS Sunday, May 17. Train will leave Reldlng at 10:22 a m Itate tW cents. See posters, cr ask agents for particulars. THE PRUDENTIAL LIFE INSURRNCE COMPANY Desire thoroughly reliable agent ton present the Ordinary Depart ment In Western Michigan. Salarj and commission to right parties. LEWIS H. HALL, General Agent, ail 318 Whldicom") Balding, Grand Rapid, Michigan. Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can ever surpass it. Dr. King's Discovery ArMPTIOSI rift muiUMd uuicisa uLits " A Perfect Cure : For All Throat and Lung Troubles. Money back If It fails. TrUI BottUs fr. Are No More Attractive than our new line of Ladies' hoes and Oxfords Everybody wants them. "They're so neat." Brooks Bros, at $3.00 and 3.50 Ultra - 3.00 and 3.50 Brockport - 2.50 and 3.00 LaFrance - 2.50 and 3.00 Everything new and uptodate. Give us a call. k .-w w- w-4 rnxtwdxr rrrr crrr xrii OnoHinuto Cough Curo DoVJItVs Salvo For Cousht, Colds ond Croup. For Pilos, Durns, Sores.