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Dr. Donald McDonald
The Well Known Specialist
IS COMING!
VN .... IV
He will bo in Holding ivt
Hotel Holding on
One day each month.
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Consultation, Examination,
and Advice, Free.
xcr. McDonald has for years made 8
ny cf chronic and lingering diseases
extensive practice and superioi
' vledro enabled him to cure ever,
curkbie disease. All Chronic Disease
of the Brain, Spine, Nerves, Blood.
Skin, Heart, Lun9, Liver, Stomach.
Kidneys, Bladder and Bowels scientific
ally and successfully treated Dr, Mc
Donald pays special attention to Ca
tarrh, Catarrhal Deafness, Throat anc
Lunsr Diseases, Chronic Diseases pe
culiar to women, Nervousand Physica
Debility, Rheumatism, Paralysis, Neu
ralgia, Dyspepsia, and all chronic and
Nervous Diseases of men, wo
men and children. No matter wha
your disease may be, THERE IS
STILL HOPE THEN DO NOT
DESPAIR, but consult Dr. McDonah
and get a correct diagnosis of your di
seaee, a.id feel assured that the rinctoi
knows correctly what alls you. If yot
are curable, he will cure you. Thos
unable to call, write for symptom blank
Correspondence strictly confidential.
ADDRESS:
Dr. Donald McDonald,
. THE SPECIALIST,
243-250 East Fulton Street,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
PANFUL PERIODS
AMERICAN WOMEN FIND RELIEF
The Case of Miss Irene Crosby la One
of Thousands of Cures Made by Lydla
E. Plnkham'e Vegetable Compound.
now many women realize that men
struation is the balance wheel of a
woman's life, and while no woman is
entirely free from periodical suffering;
it is not the plan of nature that women
should suffer so severely.
Thousands of American women, how
erer, have found relief from all monthly
suffering by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, as it Is the most
thorough female regulator known to
medical science. It cures the condition
which causes so much discomfort and
robs menstruation of its terrors.
Miss Irene Crosby, of 313 Charlton
Street East Savannah, (Ja., writes:
Lydia K. I'inkliam'n Vegetable Compound
Is a true friend to woman. It has been of
great tenetlt to nie, curing me of irregular
' "jM n fill menstruation when everything
a" aAfailed, and I gladly recommend it to
Mher ut Tering women."
yfonirn who are troubled with pain
lu of lrrefru'ar menstruation, back
cbe bloating (or flatulence), leucor
Yaling, inflammation or. ulcera
y"" he uterus, ovarian troubles,
- --ring-down " feeling, dizzi-
jaess, indigestion, nervous
.atKn or the blues, should take
iiate action to ward off the fieri
.'.:on.sequences, and be restored to
.ct health and strength by taking
ydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
. pound, and then write to Mrs. Pink,
hfrulf -Lynn, Mass., for further free ad
vice. Thousand have been cured by
go doing.
GRAND RAPIDS
School o f Expression
Oldest and largest of its kind in Wes
tern Michigan. Elocution, Oratory,
Literature and Dramatic Art. The
most thorough, the most advanced,
the most systematic methods. Both
class and private Instruction In regu
lar course. Rate very reasonable.
Write for information.
CLARE DUDLEY BUCK, Director,
Grand Rapids, Mich.
..X -r . ;,!.
r mmmw
Wednesday, Sept, l
Ml ss Irene Crosby J
What Will End WarsT
At a recent dinner given by a Demo
crntlc club In New York several of the
politicians were discussing the subject
of international arbitration.
"It aeema to me," said Mayor Mc
Cleiran. "that Tho Hague Tribunal Id
going to prove a most effective means
of putting a stop to war; and I think
our government is wise in doing all It
can to persuade the powers to adjust
their differences by reference to that
Court, instead of slaughtering one an
other in the old-fashioned way."
"Oh." said "Tim" SWHvan. "the
Court at The Hague is all right In its
way. but it never will be the means of
preventing war. Wars of course will
become obsolete In time; but It will be
due to the fact that the guns are be
coming so much bigger all the while
that eventually a new national debt
will be created every time one la
fired." The Sunday Magazine.
Benny on the Mosquito.
The mosquito is a small but power
ful Insect with a sharp Jigger at the
end of his snot. It amuses Uself
by singing, and lives on blood. When
it stops singing you feel a pain some
where about you. and then you slap
where the pain Is. The mosquito will
bite animals, but prefers the, humtn
race. It never does any good to swear
when a mosquito bites you.. It doesn't
help you a bit, and it irritates the
mosquito. There was a man In South
Chicago who was bitten by a mos
quito Fven years ago while he was
working In his garden, and he has
never worked in a garden since
Chicago Tribune.
Are you lacking in strength and
vigor? Are you in pain? Do you
feel all run down? The blessing ol
health and strength come to all wht
use Hollister's Rooky Mountain Tea
35 cents. Connell Bros.
Visiting His Grandfather.
This happened in Paris: An artist
was talking to an old model. "I shall
want you on Sunday morning for the
final sitting." said the artist. "Impos
sible, monsieur," said the model. "I
am going to take the children to visit
ray grandfather." "Your grandfather!
Why, how old are you!" "Sixty-seven,
monsieur." "And you still have a
-rrandfather?" "Oh, yes, at the Jardin
des Plntes. HA's a skeleton. I take
my own grandchildren to see him once
a month. The keepers know us very
well. They always say: Ah, you
have cone to see your grandpapa. All
right; you'll find him in his usual
place. He can't walk very comfort
ably now, sohesstillthere!' "
"Now good digestion waits on appe
tlte, and health on both." If it does
'nt, try Burdock Blood Bitters.
The Soul's Wounds.
"A fool he was. mid he took his Soul
Within his hollow hand:
He took his Soul tend smoothed it calm.
And loosed its strained band.
" 'O Soul,' he cried, 'you bear the stain
Of ch"in-gyve interwove!
Who diJ this thine?" The Soul replied:
"It was the friend I love."
" 'O Soul, you have a flaming brand
Iturnrd on your nakedness!
Who did this thing r The Soul replied:
"That was a pure caress."
" 'O Soul, a fissure shows your heart
T-ike wound of bloody sword!
Who did this thing?" The Soul replied.
"That was a friendly word!"
" 'O Soul, you shrink within my hand,
I sr;f re where you be!
Who did this thing?" The Soul replied:
"A woman pitied me."
"The Fool laid down his Soul and wept.
And kr-!t him down beside;
ITe soothed and questioned all the night.
No Soul of him replied."
Philadelphia Reoori.
Pioneer Circulating Library.
The earliest known circulating li
brary was established in Dumfermline,
Scotland, in 1711. Allan Ramsay
started one in Edinburgh in 1723.
I'ureciof Itright'M Plwenwe.
(Jeo. A. Sherman. Lisbon Rod Mills
Lawrence Co., N. Y., writes: "I had
kidney disease for many years anc
had been treated by physicians foi
twelve years; bad taken a well known
kidney medicine and other remedle
that were recommended but got m
relief until I began using Foley's Kid
ney Cure. Th" first half bottle re
lieved me and four bottles have curec"
me of this terrible disease. Before 1
began taking Foley's Kidney Cure 1
had to make water about every fif
teen minutes, day and night, and
passed a brick-dust substance, and
sometimes a slimy substance. I be
lieve I would have died if I had not
taken Foley's Kidney Cure." W. I.
Benedict.
Croup is quickly relieved, and
Whooping Cough will not "'run Itc
course" if you use the original Bee's
Honey and Tar. This cough syrup b
different from all others lecause it
acts on the bowels. You ran not cure
croup and whooping cough until you
rid the system of all congestion, by
working "off the cold through a copious
action of the bowels. Bee's Laxative
Honey and Tar does this, and cures
all coughs, croup, whooping cough,
etc No opiates. Sold by Connell
Bros.
CLIMATIC CURES.
The influenc of climatic condition
In the cure of consumption is very
much over drawn. The poor patient
and the rich patient, too, can do
much better at home by proper at
tention to food digestion, and a regu
lar use of German Syrup. Free ex
pectoraclon in the morning is made
certain by German Syrup, so l a good
night's rest and the absence of that
weakening cough and debilitating
night sweat. Restless nights and the
exhaustion due to coughing, the
greatest danger and dread of the con
sumptive can be prevented or stopped
by taking German Syrup liberally and
regularly. Should you be able to go
to a warmer cliffie, you will find that
of the thousands of consumptives
there, the few who are benefited and
regain strength are those who use
German Syrup. Trial bottles, 25c;
regular size, 75c. At all druggists.
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
(OFFICIAL.)
Council Chamber, Friday, Sept. 1, 1905.
Council called to order by Mayor
Bricker.
Roll call: Prasent Mayor Bricker,
Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson. Smith,
Stout, 5. Absent Aid. Putnam. 1.
The minutes of the last meeting as read
were approved.
To the Mayor and Common Council:
We, the undersigned taxpayers of the
city of Gelding, and owners of a majority
of the lands liable to taxation within a
sewer district known as lateral A of sew
er district number one, as amended, do
petition your honorable body to take such
necessary action and cause to be con
structed a sewer within said above men
tioned sewer district and to be laid along
Bridge street within said sewer district
commencing at the center of Congress
street and thence running north along the
center of Bridge street to the center o
Main street and cause the same to be
constructed according to maps, plans,
diagrams and plats thereof. -
We do petition your honorable body to
cause at least one-sixth of the entire cost
and expense of establishing, making, lay
ing and constructing said main sewer to
be paid out of the general sewer fund of
said city and the remainder of such cost
and expense to be defrayed by special
assessment upon the taxable lands and
premises included within the said lateral
A of sewer district number one as amen
ded in such proportion and in such man
ner as in such cases made and provided
by the charter of the city of Belding.
Signed '
F. E. Avery,
K. S. Neilson, Ex.
I. Glicman,
Belding Land & Improvement Co.
by W. P. Hetherington, Agent.
Moved by Aid. Connell. seconded by
Aid. Chappie that the petition of F. E.
Avery and others be granted which mo
tion prevailed.
Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson,
Smith, Stout, 5. Nays none.
An ordinance to be known as Ordinance
No. 77 of the city of Belding read:
Ordinance No. 7T of Citv of heldtng.
An Ordinance to amend section number
one of Ordinance No. 71 of the Citv of Hel
dins, entitled, "An Ordinance creating Lat
eral A. ot Sewer District number one, and to
be known as ordinance No. 71 of the city ol
yeldiiiK, authorized by chapter '24 of the
Charter "
The City of Belding hereby ordains:
Section 1. That section one ot Ordinance
No 71 of the city of Belding. entitled 'An
ordinance creating Lateral A of sewrr Dis
trict number one, and to be known a Ordin
ance No. 71 ot the City of Belding, authorized
by chapter 24 of the Charter," and adopted
and approved by the Common Council on the
25th day of May, A. D. one thousand nine
oundred and live, is hereby amended to reuo
as follows:
Section one. All that portion of the terri
tory comprising Sewer District number one
of the City ot Belding, and being within thi
boundaries hereinafter described, is herebj
declared to constitute and to be known a
Lateral A of Sewer District number one ot
he City of Belding: Commencing at a point
on the center line of Congress street whert
aid center line would be intersected by tht
extension northerly of the westerly line ol
Lot No. 120 of Suiervisor Moon's plat :
thence northerly to the joint of Intersection
of the westerly and northerly lines of Lot No.
105 of Supervisor Moon's plat: thence east
erl v to the Hinl of intei srction of the east
erly and northerly lines of said Lot No. 105
t ruicrvisor Moon's plat: thence northerlj
to a point on the center line of Main street
where said t enter line would le Intersected
oy the iextenslon northerly of the easterl)
'trie of Lot No. 74 of supervisor Moon's plat;
hence easterly along the center of Mail,
street to a Nint on said center line whert
he extens on northerly of the westerly lint
ot Lot No. 40 of Supervisor Moon's piai
would intersect hald center line: tl.enct
southerly along the westerly line of Lot No.
46 of Supervisor Moon's plat lotheiHint ol
intersection ot the westerly and nrtherl
ine of Lot No. lotinf Supervisor Mon's plat;
thence easterly to the iiointof tntersrt tiot,
A the northerly and easterly lines of Lot No.
10fi of Supervisor Moon's plat; thence south
erly along the easterly line of Lot No. 100 ol
sujH-rvlsor Moon's plat to a point on tht
center line of Congress street where said
center line would be intersected by the ei
tension northerly of the easterly line of Lot
No. UOot Supervisor Moon's plat: thenc
vesterly along the center line of Congres
.treet to the place of beginning
Section 2. This Ordinance shall le known
as Ordinance No. 77 of the City of Belding
and shall take immediate effect.
Adopted and approved this 1st day of Sept
ember. A. D. 1903.
W. K Hkicker, Mavor,
Win. K. Fisher, City Clerk.
Moved by Aid. Chappie, seconded bj
Aid. Connell that Ordinance No. 77 bt
idoptedand approved as read which mo
tion prevailed.
Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell. Hudson,
Smith, Stout, 5. Nays none.
Alderman Connell offered the following
resolution:
Whereas, certain tax pavers of the Citv ol
Meldimr. and Ik Iiik a majority of the ihtsoiic
to Ik. assessed and the vneriof the maj.rit
.if the lands liai le to taxation within a Sew
.r District known as Lateral A of Sewer Dis
irict Number one of the Citv of Belding. as
t reated bv Ordinance No 71. entitled "An
Jrdlnance creating Lateral A of Sewer Dis
trtct numer one. and to be known as Ordin
ance number 71 of the city of Belding, auth
trized by chapter '24 of the Cha ter, ' a
lmended by Ordinance No 77 of the Cltyol
Belding, entitled, "An Ordinance to amenu
section numtierone of Ordinance No. 71, ot
the city ot Belding, entitled, "An Ordlnanct
creating Lateral A of Sewer District numlei
one, and to le known as Ordinance No. 71 ol
City of Belding. authorized by chapter 24 ol
the Charter." have, bv. a certain ieUtton
iearing their signatures and now on tile in
the City Clerk's oitlce of said city, petitioned
the Mayor and Common Council of the Citv
of Belding to tak such necessary action and
cause to le constructed a sev. er within said
above mentioned Sewer District and to be
.aid along Bridge street within said District:
commening at the center of Congress street
and thence running north alon the center
f Bridge street to the center of Main street,
and to cause the same to le constructed ac
cording to maps, plans, diagrams and plats
thereoi : and
Whereas, said itltioners. do petition that at
least one-sixth of the entre cost and expense
ot establishing making, iaing and con
structing said Sewer to lie paid out of the
general sewer fund of said citv, and the re
mainder of Buch cost and expense to be de
frayed by swcial assessment uixin the tax
able lands and premlsesincluded within said
Lateral A of Sewer District number one, as
amended. In such proitorllon and in such
manner as In such cases made and provided
bv the Charter f the Citv of Belding:
'Now, therefore. Ik? it Kesolred, That the
Common Council of satil City deem it neces
sary and expedient and do hereby determine
to construct a certain sewer within a Sewer
District known as Lateral A of Sewer Dis
trict numler one of .the city of Beld ng, as
created by ordinance No. 71. entitled "An
Ordinance creating Lateral A of Sewer Dis
trict numler one and to be known as Ordin
ance No. 71 of the city of Belding. authoi ized
by chapter 24 ot the charter. ' as amended
by Ordinance No. 77 of the city of Be kiln if.
entitled "An Ordinance to amend section
number one of Ordinance No-71of theclty
of Belding, "entitled an ordinance creating
Lateral A of sewer district number one and
to te known an ordinance No. 71 of theclty
of Belding" authorized by chapter 24 of the
Charter. ' and to construct a sewer within
the altove mentioned Sewer District and to
be laid along Bridge street within said dis
trlct; commencing at the renter of Congress
street, and thence running north along the
center of Bridge street to the center of Main
street,and to cause the same to be construct
ed upon the grades, and In the dimensions,
and in accordance with the estimates plans,
plats and diagrams thereof now on tile, and
to Ik placed on tile the In olhce of the City
Clerk of said Citv.
And further Resolved. That one-sixth of
the entire cost and expense of establishing,
making, laying and constructing said newer,
an provided In said Charter, to tie paid out of
the general newer fund of said city, and that
the remainder of nuch cost and expense nball
tw defrayed by snecial assessment unon all
of the taxable landn. lotn. subdivisions and
premises included within said newer district ,
known asT.atrr.il a uu'r ilUtrlrt num. !
ber one. an amended, of the city of Belding.
id proorllon to the estimated lenerits ac
curing to each parcel resectively from the
construction of said sewer, as provided bv
the charter ot the City of Belding. and Ik; It
turlhec Kesolved, That the city Clerk U;
authorized and Is hereby instructed, to pub
lish In the Belding Banner (the otnclal organ
of said eity, add beluga newpaier priuted
and circulated within the limits of the City
of Belding) for three consecutive weeks the
following notice, the itlrst publication of
which shall br In the issue of said newspa
ler of the 7th day of Sept. lyoi.
NOTICK:
To Whom It May Concern: Take notice
that the Common Council of the citv ot Bel
ding deern It necessary and exeuieut. and
have determined by a resolution heretofore
passed, toconstruct a certain sewer within a
sewer district known as Lateral A of fewer
District number one ot the city of Belding.
as created by Ordinance No. 71. entitled "An
Ordinance creating Lateral A of Sewer Dis
trict number one, ami to te known as Ordin
ance number 71 of the city of Belding,
authorized by Chapter 24 of the charter," as
amended by ordinance No 77 of the citf of
Belding, entitled "An Ordinance to amend
section number one of ordinance No 71, pf
the city of Belding. entitled "An Ordinance
creating Lateral A of Sewer District number
one, anu to be known as Ordinance No. 71. of
the citv of Beldinir authorized bv chapter 24
of the charter" and toconstruct said certain
sewer within the altove meutloned sewer
district rnd to place same along Bridge
street within said district: commencing at
the center of Congress street, iand theuce
running north along the center of Bridge
street to the center of Main street; and to
caut-e same to le constructed upon the
grades and In the dimensions and in accord
ance with the estimates plans, plats and dia
grams thereof now on tile, and to be placed
on tile, In the oiltce of the City Clerk ot said
citv.
And further. That one-sixth of the entire
cost and expense of establishing, making,
laying and constructing said sewer, as pr
vided in said charter, to be paid out of the
general sewer tund of said city and that the
remainder ot such cost and extense shall le
detrayeuby sjiecial assessment upon all the
taxable lands, lots subdivisions and premises
Included within said Lateral A of Sewer Dis
trict nunilier one, an amended, in proportion
to the estimated benetlts accruing to each
parcel respectively from the construction of
said sewer, as provided by the chai ter of the
city f Beiding.
Take further notice. That the estimates,
plans, plats and diagrams for the above de
scribed Improvements, to-wit: the constuc
tlon and laving of said sewer along Bridge
street lietween Congr- ss and Main streets,
havelK-en prepared and are now deposited
and on tile In the oihee ot the City Clerk of
said citv for examination and inspection by
the public.
Said Lateral A of Sewer District number
one, as fixed bv ord nance No, 71. as amend
ed, aforesaid, comprises the lands within the
following boundaries: Commencing at a
point on the center line of Congress street,
where said center line would be intersected
bv the extension northerly of the westerly
une of Lot No. 120of Sujervisor Moon's plat:
thence northerly to the ioint of intersection
of the westerly and northerly lines of Lot
No. 105 of Supervisor Moon's plat; thence
easterly to the point of intersection of the
easterly and northerly lines of suld Lot No.
li5 of Suiervlsor Moon's plat; thence north
erly to a point on the center line of Main
street where said center line would be inter
sected by the extension northerly ot the
easterly line of Lot No. 74 of Supervisor
Moon's plat; thence easterly along the cen
ter ot Main street, to a point on said center
line where the extension northerly lof the
westerly line of Lot No. 40 of supervisor
Moon's plat would intersect said center line;
thence southerly along the westerly line ol
Lot No 40 of supervisor Moon's plat to the
point of intersection ot the westerly and
northerly lire of Lot No. 100 of Supervisor
Moon s plat; thence easterly to the point of
Intersection of the northerly and easterly
lines ot Lot No. 100 of supervisor Moon's
plat; thence southerly along the easterly line
of L.ot No. 100 of Supervisor Moon's plat to a
point on the center line of Congress street
where said center line would be intersected
by the extension northerly ot the easterly
line of Lot No. 119 of Supervisor Moon's plat:
thence westerly along tte center line of Con
gress street to "the place of beginning.
And take fuither notice, that on the 22nd
day of September A. D. 1 !.', between the
hours of eight o'clock In the forenoon ami
live Jo'clock in the afteriKKin. the Common
Council will le in session at the Council
rooms for the purpose of considering any
suggestions and objections that way be made
by parties interested, with resjK'ct to such
sewer, as provided in the Charter of the
City of Belding.
Win, K. Fisher. City Clerk.
W. F. Bricker. Mayor.
Moved by Aid. Connell, seconded by
Aid. Hudson, that the foregoing resolu
tion be adopted and approved which mo
tion prevailed
Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson.
Smith, Stout, 5 Nays none.
Monthly report of health officer to the
common council of the city of Belding for
the month of Aug. 1905:
Number of complaints of nuisances 10
Nuisances ordered removed 9
Number of cases of contagious diseases:
Measles, 6; number of houses fumigated.
I ; number of calls made upon city poor.
5.
Recommendation: Pond of stagnant
water back of zerba's in 1st ward is dan
gerous to public health drain should be
opened up
Respectfully submitted.
I. S. Morris, Health Officer
Moved by Aid. Chappie, seconded by
Aid. Hudson, that the marshal be granted
in extension of 30 days to collect dog tax
which motion pre ailed.
Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson,
Smith. Stout, 5. Nays none.
Moved by Aid. Connell, seconded by
Aid. Smith, that the city treasurer be
granted an extention of IS days for the
collection of city taxs which motion pre
vailed. Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson.
Smith, Stout, 5 Nays none.
Moved by Aid. Hudson, seconded by
Aid. Smith, the bond of W. Lee Cusser.
city treasurer, for fifty thousand dollars
with sureties named be accepted whicr
motion prevailed.
Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson,
Smith, Stout. 5. Nays none.
Moved by Aid. Smith, seconded by Aid
Stout, that the sidewalks on Congres;
ntreet in front of lot No. 130 and on
Pleasant street in front of lot No. 101
Supervisor Moon's plat, be condemned
which motion prevailed.
Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson,
Smith, Stout, 5 Nays none.
Aid. Smith offered the following reso
lution: By virtue of Ordinance No. 52 entitled
an ordinance relative to the construction
and repair of sidewalks passed and ap
proved the 1 1th day of May A. D. 1903.
and amendments thereto.
Be it resolved. That the owners and
occupants of the following described lots
and premises beand are hereby required
to rebuild sidewalk and sidewalks adja
cent to said lots and premises upon the
following described streets and along the
sidewalk line thereof and that said side
walk or walks shall be rebuilt before the
20th day of Sept. A. D. 1905 and in ac
cordance with the requirements and pro
visions of Ordinance No. 52, and amend
ments thereto aforesaid on Congress
street lots No. 130, Supervisor Moon's
plat; on Pleasant street lots No. 101,
Supervisor Moon's plat.
Moved by Aid. Smith, seconded by Aid.
Hudson, that the foregoing resolution be
adopted and approved which motion pre
vailed.
Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson,
Smith, Stout, 5. Nays none.
Moved by Aid. Chappie, seconded by
Aid. Hudson, that the following bills be
allowed and orders drawn for the same
which motion prevailed.
Yeas Aid. Chappie. Connell. Hudson,
Smith, Stout, 5. Nays none.
W. M. Waters, labor on sewer $15 75
Fred Adams 1 25
Fred Wing " " " C 75
L. Gephart " " " 30
1 5G
3 GO
18 46
26 62
19 00
18 36
9 00
11 25
14 87
9 75
8 25
3 00
2 25
4 50
3 75
9 15
26 25
2 00
132 83
Clyde Wilder
F M. Warren
Ernest Maturan "
Ed Arris
Chas. Andrews "
John Sanborn "
Chas. Huntley "
Joel Nevine "
Wm. Graham
Chas. Collins
Jay Haysmer "
E. G. Lormg " ,
Fred Salyer
E.Chase
James Maginley "
D H. Bricker, chain
R. M. Wilson & Co.
L. L. Holmes rebate on cement
walk 17 60
Smith Stanton, crosswalks & rebate 67 25
I. L. Hubbell. rebate 5 47
Richardson Silk Co. 7 33
Leslie Hale ' " 7 33
W.J.Clarke ... i 20
A. B. Hull '15 27
W. L. Shipman, crosswalk 7 08
A. Eckert, rebate . 7 33
E S. Chase, crosswalk & rebate 140 90
F red Van Wickle, labor on streets 1 5 75
0. Maturan 15 30
A. Schelcher " " 15 75
Alfred Doyle " " " 15 75
Fred Van Wickle, special police 2 00
James Cramer, special police 2 00
R. M. Wilson & Co , lumber 49 91
Belding-Hall Mfg. Co , lumber 23 59
Spencer E. L. &, Power Co., street
lighting, etc. ' 173 00
Moved by Aid. Hudson, seconded by
Aid. Stout, that an order bedrawn in fav
or of E. E. Chappie for $1,000.00 for
sewer pipe which motion prevailed.
Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson,
Smith, Stout, 5. Nays none.
Moved by Aid. Chappie, seconded by
Aid. Smith, that the bill of Huntley &Co.
for $582.38 estimate number one on the
power house be allowed and an order
drawn for the same which motion pre
vailed. Yeas Aid. Chappie, Connell, Hudson,
Smith, Stout, 5. Nays none.
On motion council adjourned.
Wm. E. Fisher, City Clerk.
"A cold or cough nearly alway?
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STATE CF MICHIGAN Connty of Ionia, ss.
At a session of the Probate court tor
said county,held at the Probate Offlce. In the
city of Ionia, on Wednesday, the 23rd day ol
August. A. D 1905
Kresent: Hon. Frank D. M. Davis, Circuit
Judge, acting Judge ot Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Aaron J. Os
torne, Deceased.
On reading and tiling vthe petition duly
verified of Susan Osborne, widow of said de
ceased, praying that said estate le duly pro
bated pursuant to the estate in such case
made and provided, and that administration
thereof be granted to A. II. Norton or some
other suitable jierson
ThereujK.n it Is ordered. That Monday, the
nd day of OctoWr next, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, at said Probate Office, be assigned
for hearing said etitlon. and It is further
ordered, that a copy of this order be pub
lished in the Belding Banner, a newspaper
printed and circulating in said County ol
lonla three successive weeks, previons to
said day of bearing.
FKAMt D M. Davis. Circuit Judge
A tfue copv acting Judge of Probate.
Anna P. Webster, Kegister ot Probate.
Order of IIerlnK.
STATK OF MICHIGAN, County of Ionia, ss
At a se-sonof the Probate Court fot
said county, held at the Probate Office, in the
city of Ionia, on Saturday, the 19th dav of
August. A. D. 1005.
Present: Hon Montgomery Webster. Judge
of Probate.
In the inatterof the estateof Abijah Rich,
deceased.
On reading and riling the ietltlon duU
verified of r rank R. Chase, administrator
with the Will annexed ot said estate praying
for a license to mortgage certain real estate,
belonging to said estate, and described in
said petition, for the support and maintain
ance of the widow of said deceased, In ac
cordance with the terms and provisions ot
the last wi 1 and testament of said deceased
Thereujion Is is ordered, that Monday, the
2nd day of October next at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon, at said Probate Office, be assigned
fr hearing said petition and it is further,
ordered, that a copy of this order be publish
ed in the Belding Banner a newspaper print
ed and circulating In said County of Ionia
three successive weeks, previous to said day
of hearing.
MONTUOMEHT WEBSTER.
A true copy Judge of Probate.
Anna P. Webster, Kegister of Probate.
Order of Hearing.
STATE OF MICHIGAN, founty of lonla. ss.
At a session of the Probate C urt for
said coun'v. held at the Probate Office In the
city of lonla, on Saturday the 19tb day of
August. A, D 1905.
Present; Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge
of Probate.
In the matter of the estate of Abijah Rich.
Deceased.
On reading aud filing the annual accounts
duly verified of Frank It. Chase, administra
tor with the Will annexed of said estate,
praying for lh allowance of his said annuil
accounts asMich administrator up to and in'
eluding AuglMth. ll5.
Thereuiton It is ordered, that Monday the
2nd dav of October next, at 10 o'clock In the
forenoon at said Probate Office, bp assigned
for hearing said pet tion, and It Is further
ordered, that a copv of this order be publish
ed In the Belding Banner a newspaper print
ed and circulating in said County of lonla
three successive weeks, previous to said dy
of hearing.
Montgomery Websteh,
A true copy Judge of Probate.
Anna P. Webster, Register of Probate.
Order of Publication.
STATE OF MICHIGAN. Circuit Court for
the County of lonla.
In chancery. Merrltt E. Slencer, Com
plainant, vs. Mabel u. Siencer, Defendant,
Suit pending In the Circuit Court for the
County of lonla, in Chancery, at the city of
lonla, on the 19th day of July. A. D. 1905.
On motion of the complainant's solicitor, it
Is ordered that the appearance of said non
resident defendant, Mabel K. spencer, be
entered herein within five months from the
date of this order; and. In case of her ap
tiearance, that she cause her answer to the
Bill of Complaint to be filed, and a copy there
of be served on the complainant's solicitor,
within twenty days after nervice on her of a
copy of said Bill and notice of this order;
andin default thereof.sald bill will be taken
as confessed by said non-resident defendant.
And It la further ordered, that within
twenty days the complainant cause the no
tice of this order tn be published In the Bel
ding Banner, a newspajier printed, published
and circulated In said county, and that said
publication 1e continued therein once In
every week for six weeks In succession, or
mat ne cause a copy oi mis order to oe per
sonally served on said non-resident defend
ant at least twenty days before the time
above prescribed for r-er appearance.
frank u. M. Davis.
Circuit Judge, lonla County Mich.
DwlghtC. Sheldon,
Complainant's Solicitor.
Business address, Beldlog, Mich.
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