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5 ; ; mm nmn DDULIlliu SAVINGS Betding, Michigan. BfINK cRftbc. $25,000-00 sWsor,Te 10.000-00 II. J. LKONAUD, 1'reslilent. A. S, IIKLD1NU Vice President, W. 8. LAM II KKTSON, Cashier. Deposit your spare change In our Saviors department. If persisted in, the result will soon surprise you. 3 per cent. Interest paid on say- lnga deposits. nfv nr?i llfD fraauta. ITV baa W v w RESTORES VITALITY Made a WaII Man the 3 w lfrJU me. produces the above results In 30 days. It JcU Powerfully and quickly. Cure when all otbertf.lL Xoungznea will regain thslr lost sasnbood.andold men will recover their youthful vigor by using IIEV1VO. It quickly and surely restores Nervous DMi. Lost Vitality. Impotoncy. Nightly Emissions, Lost Power. Falling Momory. Wanting Diseases, and all effects of self -abuse or excess and Indiscretion, which onnu one for study, business or marriage, ii not only cures by starting at the seat of hm.6m Its great nerve tonlo and blood builder, bring ing back the pink glow to pnle cbeeks end Storing the fire of jootb. It wards off and Consumption. Insist on having RE VI O. no ether. It can be carried In vest rocket. By naall, 1.00 per package, or six for S.OO. with posl tlve written SwranttM to cm or ntoM the money. Book and advUe free. Address ROYAL MEDICINE CO., Sold by W. A. Dutt. BARGAINS ! Jelly Tumblers, 2 l-2c each. Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, 90c set. Water Sets, 1.00. 1 At HINES's OPPOSITE HOTEL UHICKKU. - LJKTIU SI, 1903. Trains Leave lleldlng; as follows: For Lowell, Grand Itaptds, north and west 10:04 a. m., 3:50 p. m., 8:04 p. m For Ionia 1 1 :04 a. m. , 5 :0S p. m., For Detroit, Toledo and East 11:01 a. m., 5:08 p. m For Saginaw, Day City and Port Huron. .. 8:17 a. m., 0:63 p. m. For Howard City 7:24 a. m 1:40, p. m., 5:18 p. m For Greenville 7 :2I a. m. 8:17 a. m., 1-40 p. m., (5:63 p. m., 5:16 p. m. H. F. MOELLER, Gen.Pass, Agt M. L. OSTIRHOUT Agt. Bodily pain loses it terror 1( you've a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil in the house. Instant relief in cases of burns, cute, sprains accidents of any sort. m J 1 WE HAVE BEEN TALKINQ.... HOE BUT DON'T FORGET THAT WE HAVE ..I1N STOCK A COMPLETE U1INE OP.. RUBBER PECK, The lljamb i Staple and Fancy Groceries. I MOTHER'S BREAD'! Try Hand Come in and see the electric coffee mill do 5 Imsiness. J F..II. Ppenctr, I'rCi. F. R. Chase, V Pres. ' M A. deed, Ca.blei fhe People's Savings Bank -OF- BELDING, MICH. 935,000 Capital, 910,000 Stockholdt : Liability. Special attention given the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT ! Nothing Like it in the City. Call and examine our System. No trouble fo Hhow and explain Its workings. l)epolts ol 11.00 and upwards received and Hook given. uanK open, for buslneHM saiuratty eveniuga from 6 to 8 o'clock. For the People, of the People and uy the people. Dust Two Boats" .wsTwseNf DETROIT 6 BUFFALO. 5TEM50AT CO. 4F Commcncimo MAY 11th Improvad Daily Expreaa Banrioa (14 hours) patwsaa DETROIT and BUFFALO Leave DETROIT Daily 4 00 P.M. Arrive at BUFFALO 8.00 A.M. Leave BUFFALO Dally . . 5.30 P.M. Arrive at DETROIT . 7.00 A.M. rVnnaotlBB with Earllrat train, for all Voloti In HtW YOB. EaSTERS and RtH I.LASO STATES. Thronghtick.t.aold to all polula. band to. forillua. tratad pain pbl.U and rale. Rata batwarn Detroit anl Puffalo S..O ona way, S.aOroond trip. Berths St.oo, SI.U Staterooms SJ..0 each diractlon. Weokeud txcuraioua Bollalo and Niagara Fail, IC your railway agent will not sell you a through ticket, flense buy a local ticket to Buffalo or Detroit, and pay your transfer charges from depot to wharf. By doing this we will save you 93.00 to any point East or West. A. A. SCHAHTZ. 0. P. T. V., Detroit. Mich. Bi!i IOUSC Dizzy? Headache? Pain back of your eyes? It's your liver! use Aycr's Pills. Want your moustache cr fceard a beautiful brown or rich black ? Use Buckingham's Dye SOctt.of druggiitiorR. P. Halt&Co., Naihus.N.H DcWitts Salvo For PiTcs, DUrns, Sores. Shoeman. IBros. ! Sapolio. i ADDITIONAL LOCALS (Continued from page 5) past returned to her home in Kala mazoo today. Miss Jessie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Smith leavea Iteldintf on Saturday for Big Ilapids to attend the Ferris school, Miss Margaret Martin returned Tuesday from a week'a visit with friends and relatives at Grand Uap- Ids and Cannonsburg. Miss Ella Richmond of Toledo, O, who has been the gue.t of Mrs. II D. Mlnier for several days past, left for her home this morning. Miss Delia Shaver returned to her home in Grand Ilaplds today after spending a few days with Mrs. Nich ols Ilrcnan of this city. Services will begin at the Congre gational church Sunday. Sermon In the morning by Ilev. Uutlerand C. 11 meeting in the evening. J. Newman is nursing a badly in jured foot as a result of a heavy tim ber falling on It yesterday, while at work at the Ulc hard-son silk mill. Kpworth League meeting at the M. K. church Sunday evening at ti:30. Subject: Latest news from China Come and bring an Idea, also a friend. Jerome Hicks and Harmon Kohler of Lakevlew were here yesterday and bought the Alfred Palmer farm near Chadwlck. They returned home last night. Mrs. George Boyer went to Grand Ilapids this morning to look after the latest styles in ladies toilettes. She will open her dressmaking parlors on Monday next. A large force of men are engaged In putting new plank on Bridge Street bridge today. TraRlc over that thoroughfare has to take a turn to the left or right today. W. G Richmond and family of St Joseph are guests of their parents and other relatives here. Mr. Richmond was a former employee in the machine hop of the R. S. Co. and left here four years ago. A. R. Hotchkiss of Valley City, 111., aged 8.1 years and a veteran of the civil war, arrived in Beldlng last night for a short visit with his neice, Mrs. Montelth, and other relatives In this city and vicinity. Tbos. Bracken, jr., who returned last week from Wequetonsing is much improved in health and the change seemed to be very benellicial. While there he was employed as a bell boy In the large and fashionable hotel at that popular resort and like his illus trous father in Hotel BelUlng was on tap every minute attending to busi ness. Mrs. M. A, Chapman entertained a company of a dozen or more of her lady friends Tuesday night in honor of her sister, Mrs. Chas. McLaughlin, who is here from Olivet. A very pleasant evening was spent and as is always the case when she arranges a social function, refreshments of a very delicate and delicious nature were served. The Union School building is receiv ing a new coat of shingles, the old roof having become out of repair and leaked in several places. A large force of men under charge of G. V. Harroun is at work there today and will soon haye it completed. Mr Uarroun said It was no use to try and patch it up, and the board decided to make a through job of it and have it done well. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. Bella Cowles of Smyrna was in the city yesterday. E. J. Knapp is in Grand Rapids to day on business. M. E. Peck went to Grand Rapids today on business. Master Orlo Ferris returned to St. Louis this morning. For a Good Meal go to Walker Bros. on Pleasant Street. Rev. A. O. Carman is spending the day in Grand Rapids. Pete JohnsonJandfMlster of Greenville were in the city today; Mrs. Arba Face went to Orleans yesterday for a few days visit The firemen will give a dancing party at Hubbell hall. Sept;-23. Miss Eldred the new preceptress of the High School arrived today. Miss Mabel Stark went to Saginaw last night to remain indefinitely. Miss Olga Haney returned last eve ning from a short visit in Shiloh. Fish & Jenks shipped four carloads of live stock from this city yesterday. Mrs. Geo. W. Stearns, of Howard City was in the city today on business. Mrs. Geo. Rhodes of Grattan went to Howard City today for a short visit. Charles Danow went to Sunfield to day to spend a few days with rela tives. B. J. Russell left today for Grand Rapids where he will spend a few days. Misses Helen Sheldon and Gene vieve Crawford returned to their home in Eaton Rapids today after a pleasant visit at W. D. Hall's in Grat tan. C. J. Arnold of Elk Rapids is in the city today shaking hands with old friends. Clyde Knapp left today for St. Paul after a short visit with his parents in this city. Mrs. E. Burt of thfs city left this morning for a short visit with friends in Shepherd. Will McManns of this city left last evening for a bliort visit with his par ents at Morley. Chas. Clatllii was down from Green ville Tuesday and made the Banner otlice a pleasant call. Miss J. E Baird went to Orleans last evening for a few days visit with friends at that place. Chas. Steele spent last night in Grand Rapids; he returned this morn ing with his little son Miss Una Porter of Grand Rapids left today for Lakevievv after a short visit with Grattan friends. Mrs. Nellie Millard left today for Detroit and Cleveland to purchase her fall millinery goods. Mrs. Julia A. Shoman left this morning for a short visit at the home of her daughter In Moseley. Mrs. B. J. Rushell returned to Luth er this morning after spending a few days with relatives in this city. Miss Mildred Bolenbaugh left this morning for Greenville for a short visit with friends at that place. Chas. Madden has hecured the ser vices of a new barber in the person of Bert Hunsicker of Decator, Ind. Miss Clara Christenson of Lakevlew returned to her home today after a short visit with Mis Ella Johnson. J. E. Dodson, wife and daughter, of Palo, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiriaan Minier yesterday. Mrs. J. W. Moore and son Byron left last evening for Coral, where they will visit friends for a few days. Miss Nina Sagendorf, of Edmore, arrived In the city last evening for a short visit at the home of Ell Kendall. Miss Maud Alexander returned to her home in Grand Rapids today after a short vis It with Mrs Chas. Hopkins. Mrs. Frankie Kyes who has been employed in ' Beldlng Bros, silk mill returned to her home in Shepherd to day. The base ball association meeting which was called for tonight has been postponed until tomorrow (Friday) night. " Miss Lillie Benson left for Grand Rapids this morning, where she ex pects to remain for some time to come.. David Lulck returned to his home in Belmond, Iowa, today, after a weeks' visit with his brother, John Luick of this city. The United Brethern Aid soeiety was held at the home of Mrs. J. W. Moore yesterday and was well attend ed, forty five persons being present. Ixok not upon the cheese when it is yellow; when It showeth its color through the rind; for it gripeth like a vise and purgcth like a Seidleitz powder especially if loaded with the toxin germs. Reports from various parts of the country show a great number of cases of severe poisoning from tarrying to long at the cheese. J. W. Howe lias a receipt for mak ing whiskey, he never takes a drop himself but is willing to give his formula free gratis, it makes a stronger combination than "old forty rod" and would undoubtedly bring on dissolution a few seconds sooner than that article. "Wid's" receipt is a barrel of rain water, five rattlesnakes and a pint of strychlne. The ladles of the W. C. T. U. have arranged a tine program for their platform meeting to be held at the Band stand Saturday evening. There will be singing, prayer, Scripture reading, a vocal solo and addresses on temperance from a Salvation Army viewpoint, a medical standpoint, an economic standpoint and the church standpoint. In case of storm the meeting .ill be beld in the Salvation Army hall, MA KIN (j ltF.AHt. ( atle Hall, Knlithts of Pythian Un- tlerKolug Cliantre. The rooms occupied by the Knights of Pythias In the Holmes-Humphrey block is undergoing extensive repairs and when the K. P. boys again get to holding regular meetings there they will find an entirely new arrangement of their Castle hall. Partitions have been removed enlarging the banquet room and two property rooms, one for the knights and the other for the Rathbone Sisters have been put in. The room formerly occupied by Dr. Wilson will be converted into an ante room, a door from it leading Into the hall having been cut through, a floor for dancing K ill also be laid and a number other improvements made. iicury lMicnois is doing tnejou in fine shape. Arivmi Letters. Bcldinf, Mich., Aug 24, 1903. Josef Buocho, Mrs. Eugene Brown, Mr. Jack Barnes, Mr. A. M. Connell, Mr. Clifford Srague, Miss Dora Stur ard, Miss Effl M. Wood. D. E, Wilson, Postmaster, j I - WANTS ALL TO CLOSE For (leneml Observance of Labor Day. Mayor Hrlrker ltequet It-Flrt Monday In September the Date. Labor Day will soon be here and ar rangements are already being made to observe it; As previously noted the Knights of Pythias and the Mac cabees are lining up for abase ball contest and other games of art inter esting nature are also talked of by the factory men, such as a tugot war, jumping and leaping contests and the hop step and jump, similar to the amusements held at Ellis Park a year ago. There should be a general cessation of business at that time and Mayor W. F. Brlcker requests that all fac tories and business places close for the day and also that building con tractors make It a point if possible to suspend operations in order to give laboring men an opportunity to take a vacation at that time. A meeting of the different organiza tions in the city will be held soon to takedctinate action toward making the holiday an Interesting one. THE TERRIBLE TURK Attrooious Outrages Committed By Tliem. There's a Cry From Macedonia, "Come and Help Us." The situation in the country of the Turk, the Bulgarian and the Mace donian is appalling in the extreme according tTlate dispatches, and un less some power is invoked to inter fere and put an end to the deadly strife it will undoubtedly develop Into a war of extermination through a merciless and savage massacre indis criminately. Helpless women and in nocent children will be put to the sword and the slaughter will le gen eral. There seems to be no quarters given between the Turks and Bul garians and if the bloody contest goes on it will be a clear case of a survival of the strongest. Late dispatches from Adrianople give further details of the frightful massacre that oc curred there Sunday morning. Adrianople is the second city in European Turkey in size and import ance. It has a population of 150,000 The general situation Is considered here as fast becoming intolerable Official and diplomatic circles alike are concerned, having every reason to fear that only a part of the horrors enacted in the interior of Macedonia have come to light as yet. THE V WEKR INJURED. J. T. Angell and Forrest Fish Fell While Unloading Cattle. While loading four or five cars o cattle at the stock yards last night about ten o'clock, J. T. Angcll and Forrest Fish sustained quite serious injuries, and a bad shaking up besides. The cattle were all getting into the cars over the shute or bridge and when the gentlemen were aliout to pass over it, the thing slipped off the end resting on the car, preclpltat Ing them to the ground, a distance o five or six feet, piling them up In a heap. Mr Angell's ankle was badly sprain ed and he received a severe bruise on his fore-head over the eye! Mr. Fish came out with a few slight llesh wounds and a lad shaking up; he is able to be out to business again today however, but Mr. Angell is at home on crutches, Dr. Armstrong and ('. M. Wise secured a hack and took him home immeditely after the accident. Dr Ferguson attended him found the sprain to serious that It will be two or three weeks before he will be aide to get to doing business. AMUSEMENTS. A Country Kid played to a packed house at Portland last night, and is booked for a return engagement later In the season. Here tonight, don't miss It, "A Royal Slave" has been bookrd for the Beldlng Opera House. Monday rvcninir.oiMH 4. 1 ne company open l O a. m m I ed the season In Grand Ilapids to a crowded house. Ibis play was pro duced here last winter and gave the greatest satisfaction. A IMiyslciNn Healed. Dr. Geo. tiffin?, a practicing physi cian of Smith's Grove, Ky. for over thirty years, writes his personal ex perience with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years I had been greatly bother ed with kidney and bladder trouble and an1rirpd nrostrate jlnnd. T uapri avp. rythlng known to tne profession wlth- iut relief, until I commenced to use 'olfly's Kidney Cure. After taking 3 bottles 1 was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now dally in my practice and heartily recommend Its use to all phyilcians for such troubles. I havfl nreserthed it In hnnrirrula f cases with perfect ucce8S.', W. I. lieneulct. O TTT IT TTV TT? lTh ADVANCE SHOWING NEW FALL Dress This vPk wo make our first showing in new full Dress Goods and Waistings. The latest weves and colorings from tho world's foremost looms. Wo invito particular at tention to our Jt)ig showing in the new vesting weaves for shirt waists. DRESS GOODS. VESTING WEYES We an; showing the new FO SH,RT waists. Scotch Tweeds, Mercerized Cheviots, Broad Cloths, Anglesey Beige, Venetian Cloths, Banday, Camel's Hair Zibeline, VeIvet Waistings, Granite Cloth, All Colors in Silk, Etamine, Velvet, And otln-r new weves. VelvetineS, ADVANCE SALE 8 ' iBricker's 's is Sheldon Where you can et the best Cigars, Tobaccos, Fruits & Confectionery Ice Cream and all the most delicious drinks a nice cool place with plenty of chairs, tables and everything for your comfort. Just Drop in and Have- a Rest at Sheldon's. if You are a Farmer And Have One Cent LiiHuy a postal card and send to the New York s - i l. . Tribune Farmer, New York City, for a free TrMrT"' specimen copy. ZZZZ PWThe. Tribune Farmer Is a National HIus trated Aprleultural Weekly for Farmers and their families, and stands at the head of ttteayr 3 t leultnrul press. Tho price Is $1.00 per year. "7? '"-'"! but If you like it you can secure it. with jour i.'jj 1 own favorate local newspaper, The Helding IJanner, at a bnrgnln. Doth papers one year IT"1 only 1 .i0. Send your order and money to "The Banner," Holding, Mich. f?. 1 1 The Leading Specialists of America. VARICOCELE NERVOUS DEBILITY CURED. babit and at 19 contracted a serious disease. I treated with a dozen doctors, who all promised to cure me. They got my money and I still had the disease. I had glTen un hope when a friend advised me to consult Drs. K. & K., who had cured him. Without any confidence I called on them, and Dr. Kennedy n? reed to Cure me or no paj. Alter takinir the New Method Treatment for six weeks I felt like a new man. The drains ceased, wormy reins disappeared, nerves grew stronger, hair stopped falling oat, urine became clear and my sexual organs vitalized. I was entirely cured by Dr. Kennedy and recommend him from the bottom of my heart." We Treat and Cur Hyphtlte, Gleet, Varicocele, Dmlaslens, Stricture, Cenatursl Discharge. Dtmlaal Wsskasss, Utdney ii nd Bladder Diseases. CONSULTATION FREE. BOOKS FREE. Call or write for Question Blank iur uuiuo 4 reaimeuu nu bUAt, nu DRS. KENNEDY, & KERGAN. v vor. Micnigin Ave. nna intiDY ireei. ueiron, mien. OeXDOCOOOOGQCXW Q0CIXSOOGXOOCXDOCXiX 1 SEE OUR 8 D U I j BEFORE THE VARIETY STORE, W. A. CHAVE. CiXD(IX2aDCXIXXD0 3 Good. Waistings THIS WEEK AT Big Store. the Place to 60 .1 r. 25 Years in Detroit. Bank References. ft ej-No Name Used Without Written Content. If yon have transgressorf against the laws of nature, you mnst suffer. Self abase, later excesses and prirate diseases have wrecked thousands of promising lives.. Treat with scientific physicians and be cured. Avoid quacks. E. A Sidney, of Toledo, tirt! "At thm nam rtl 14. t l.im.H a K-1 tjl . I l LJ UV? BUYING.