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There'a a grade for you at a price that fits your pocketbook. Come VERN NERVOUS DEBILITY Tbouunndj of young end middle aged ron are annually swpt t a promaturo grate through KAKLT lNbLSCUCTIONH. EXCKSti AND liLOOD DtJuAKkS. 1 you have ut of lite f jiljwing symptom couauit us before U in too UU. Are jom i,crou and weak, dopouda aud gloomy. speck baforo the with dark c rcl uudtw them, wk back, kidneys Irritable, palpitation of th heart, baahful, dreama, Mdlmeut l rlaa, pimples on tbe t ace, eyes sunkea, hollow cheeks, earewurn iprnaclon, poor memory, Ufale, dUtruatial, lack energy aad strength, MrM mornlopt, restkMa eight, changeable moods, prwwature decay, boo pain, hair looee, sore throat, ato. DISEASES aurloua dlnoanw. They anp Blood Poison are tha moat i rcvtttout aiia iiiai eunoua uinoaam. iurj my ujo bl iod of the victim, nn i unions entirely eradicated from the svatem in r affwt tht futura geaeratiou. Beware of Moroury. physical, aad thai system ara iniirorii; the system. Pnnt ntiai'ks and fakir roe CASE. AfCtflED UNUtK Kuananicc eat seems to turn to gas intestines cause you end Bolding, Mich. and see them. C. DIVINE a ..i i iktnWBy fc a COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS (official.) Covncil Chamber, Friday, Not. 27, 1908 Special malting callad to order by May er Driakar. Roll calL Proeni, Mayor .Briakar, Aid, Crawford, Hudaon, Hull, 2 MaDkae, Saott, 6. Abaant. Aid. Putnam. Maatioff called for tha purpoaa of taking tba toaatioa relative to namina ' and aaaibariAff the atreeta, alao the queation retafei ?e ta atraet lighting. AM. Paaiam takea hia aeat Haveel by Aid. Ifenkee, aaconded by AM. Haiaatt, that D. C. Crawford be am. tie yea1 ta ataka tha auryay, measurement ' a4 raaor4 aa tba block or Philadelphia ' . . t ... ji. 4aa ac aamrering ina atreeta ana nousee. bieb Dtoeian prevailed Taae Aid. Crawford, Hudaon, Hull, Ueakee, Pntaam, Scott, 6. Nay a, 0. A14. Hull acauaa4. Mevad by Aid. Putnam, aeconded by A 14. Oaatt, that a alausa be inaerUd in tbe v4aae and specification, for atreet hf (. far To agates Arch light aystem, wbiab naeioa prevailed. Yeaa, Aid. Craw- feral. Hadaaa, Maakee, Putnam, Scott. 6. Neya. 0. Mevad by Aid. Ifenkee, eeconded by AM. Crawfard, that tha Common Coancil at tbe City of Beldiag do now adjourn, wbiab aaetiea prevailed. Yeaa. Aid. Crawfard, Hadaon, Menkee.Putaam, Scott, S. Naya, t. W. 1. Boor, City Clerk. Oavtreai. CaAMaaR, Tuaaday, Dec 1, 1008 Syeaml aatetiaf ealled ta order by May er Brisker. Rail aalL Praaent, Aid. Craw fard. node, Hull Menkes, Putnam, 8. Absent, Aid. Seott. tyeeial meeting called for tha purpose ea takJag up plaaa aad epecifleatione for ireet Ugbatag aad each other business as aaay eaaae barara Ua meeting. Tie feflewiag plaaa aad specifications far faraiabing electric lighting for the pe ri4 af five years were preeanted and read. IPECIP1CATIONS. taaaiAaatiama for furnishing electric fifbaraf ta the City of Belding for the term af Ave years, aaid term to begin on the first day af Jaauary, A. D. 1009. , Work, Material, Etc. All pelee, wiree, lampa and other appli aaeaa aad Material for lighting the streets af tba City af BeMiag ara to be furnished aad attt hi plaaa. The wiree on Main street frees tbe Baat Main street bridge ke fee Weet Maia atreet bridge shall be etaead either in underground conduits or ea pelee eat ia aae of tha streets or alleys rvaaiag parallel with Mala atreet as shall be 4eaicaaa4 by the Street Lighting com- PoLaa. AH poles ta which lamps are attached ahaJI be not less than forty feet high and bail be ea eet that tha lampa ahall be aaMaanded ae a ear aa possible to the cen ter el the square on the atraet corners where leeaiad. When lights ara placed at tbe iatar section of streets the poles hall be eet diageaally aaross tha street Abo Lamps. Baeh eleetrie ara lamp shall be at least eeveatyflve (75) or eighty (80) volte of eet leea tbaa six aad six-tec ths (6.6) am perea aad ta be keewa aa Series Enclosed Artaraatiag Ara Light System, controlled by eaaetaat eurraat transformer. Qlobbs. All laaspa shall be of olaar glass unless etherwiaa erdered by tha Street Lighting Ceaaasrtttee aad shall be free from all lettering. They snail be of the best qual ity aad aaeat improved ehapa in order to aveid easting riaga er etraaka of light and saadewe aad eball be kept clean to tha eatiefaetiea af tha Street Lighting com mittee. Aay flebee that shall become brake shall be replaced by sound ones eaeb day before lighting the lights. TfROSTB LlOBTS. Bids shall alaa be submitted for placing sixty (t0) emadla pewer, eeventy-five (75) velt Tsagatea ligbta, la aueh etreets, al lay, er plaaes ia the city and in auch SNUBS bars as shall be designated by the Careat Ligbtiag aommittaa, provided that eaeb ligbta ahall be plaaed on or . near streeta. alleys er pertions of tha city where aba Kg btrag eempany baa wiree strung for atreet ttgfcte. Tba lighting aompany to faraiah tba wiree, poles, aad put on tha fbrat Bsfct and de all the work to be dona ra btaeaJItBg tba aame and tha city to f urn- km er pay far ail raaewal hghta. Cabbow Liobts. CMs sUl akes be eubnutted, under the eeaJIftjaa aa above, for Installiag a thirty (10) aamdla power, six aad six taatba () ampere aarboa lampa for se rtae aVadt, mataad af the Taagaten light aa stated abava. Abob Lioats. Dt4s shall aleo be submitted for light keg Ham street tr eaeb ether streeta, al- Uys ar pajbha ptaeae of thia city a ahall be debated by tba Street Lighting corn- by saaaos al arehee to be used in- el tha arc lights at deeeribed abava. taialarebea U eaaaiat of thirteen U) tbarty-twa (32) pewer TungaUa lights, eaoamdad frem a wire aable anchored to tbe bafMimaa aa each aide of tha street aad m ether plaaae ta be anchored to pebm eat aa tha appetite eidea of tha ear eel. Tbe lighiog aompany to furnish tba wire, aablea, pelee, light and other material far lastaJliag tha arohee and tha erty ta faraiah or pay for all renewal ngbta. Bids eball also be sabmitted for Rtstag the arebea as deeeribed above with tkirty (10) aaadla power, six and six tieths (6.6) ampere carbon lampa for se riee eireuit. The eity to fumiah or pay all renewal light. i (Continued on page 8) CURES CATARRH C'onnell IlrotLera Will Fiiriilah tho Medicine Free In Kvory C'aao Where TUey Fnll to Cure Cnturrh Neglect or pessimism we believe Is the greatest enemy the public has to contend with when applied to the lot) or recovery of health. Practically every case of consumption might have oeen curea u nope bad been main tained and proper treatment had been resorted to at the first symptom of the dUease. Until the advanced stage ia reached, consumption is curable Catarrh is responsible, we believe, for every case of consumption. It is about catarrh we want to talk to you toaay.incidentally consumption, since tbe two are so closely allied. we nave a medicine made from the prescription of one of tbe most suc cessful catarrh specialists known. This medicine has a record of 08 per cent of cures and we believe it is posi tively without an equal. We are so satisfied that we are right, that we will supply the medicine free in every instance where it is used according to directions for a reasonable length of time and falls to cure and give satis faction in every particular. We want everyone in Belding to try this medicine at our risk. There are no conditions or formality attached to our offer. We put the user under no obligation to us whatever. The medicine wo want vou to try Is Rexall Mucu-Tone. It is a catarrh remedy that goes direct to the seat of trouble. It is carried by the blood to every part of the system. It seeks out and destroys the germs or para sites which cause catarrh. It urifies and enriches the blood, tones up the muco-cells, soothes and heals the tis-H sues that were ravaged by the ca tarrhal parasite, and brings about a condition of health and strength that prevents the germs of consumption from ever getting a start. Beside this, Rexall Mucu-Tone is a wonderful appetizer, digestive aid and flesh builder. Its good effects are felt from the very first dose. It is one of the largest and most satisfactory selling medicines that we have ever had anything to do with. We know so much of the great good that it has done that we personally back it up with our reputation and money, which fact should bo ample guarantee to satisfy anybody. Rexall Mucu-Tone comes In two sizes, 60c and 11.00. We urge you to try It. Connell Bros., Belding, Mich. A Useful Thing. Three days after a man becomes the owner of an automobile he begins to learn what a useful tool the monkey wrench Is. Washington Post. Detroit Headquarters roe HUCfflGAN PEOPLE ORISWOLD HOUSE iwaeraae rukN.ei.ee re S.eo raaea 7 Mdtly awoWa aatf aptodala kotd, fa N.I 4m vary heart af ttM retail popping . k at Detroit, cornet CrwwtJd aad CVaed Rrrvr Am., malf on klock freaa VaadwHcl Ave. Menna. Tkid and Fate-. POSTAL a tTHORBr, Prop. Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Les son by Rev. Dr. Linscott for The International Newspaper Bible Study Club Dec. 6th. 1908. Solomon Chooses WisdomI Kings iii: 4-18. Golden Text The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Prov. ix:10. Verse 4 What is the chief dependence alike of a king and a citizen? What was the chief object of sacrifices in those days? Was it to appease God, or to develop a spirit of giving to God; and did they haya any idea that it prefigured tha death of Jesus? What are the chief benefits to the givers of money given to the church, to missions aad to the poor? Which is the richer man and the one who haa lived to most purpose, he who diee leaving no estate, but having given to Ood'a causa $20,000 during his life, or one who dlee leaving an estate of $20,000 and having given away practically nothing during life? Verse 8 Are such visions or dreams ae Solomon had unusual in these days to spiritually minded people? How could Solomon distinguish this dream from an ordinary dream? Doee God still give his children a choice aa to what they would like, or does He chooee for them? If God does not choose for His children, does He influence them in their choice, and what is tha difference in the two sud- poeed methods? Verse 6 What help is it to us to be able to praise God for the lives of our fathers and mother? Do you think it probable that our fathers and mothers, on the other side, look back and see their sons and daughters here and take pleasure in their prosperity? Vara 7QllftnM lilr CnUmnn I recognize tht hand of God in putting us CONVINCED BY THE STATISTICS. Point That Satisfied Maiden Aunt aa to Expedition's Safety. For flvo minutes after the automo bile stopped before the door tho rost of the family coaxed and argued be fore they could persuade the maiden aunt to get in. "I am afraid the thing will blow up or something," she paid, "and I cer tainly don't want anything to happen that will prevent my getting up to New Itochello. I haven't seen Jennie for six months. I don't want to be fooled out of my visit to-day." "Oh, you'll be all right, Aunt Mary," laughed the man who wore goggles and a mask. "You are not coming back, you know, and we are sure to get up there. Most automobiles get to their destination in safety. It la on the return trip that the ma chinery cuts up high Jinks. Statistics, on motoring prove that. Nobody at tempts to explain tho situation, but it la a fact that nine-tenths of the acci dents that befall motorists happen when they are coming home. It seems as if Providence meant folks who own automobiles to have a good time and then pay for It on the way back." Before he had finished talking Annt Mary had climbed into the ma chine. "Well," she said, doubtfully, "if you are suro about that I suppose I might as well go." A Dangerous Operatl n is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No one who takes Dr. King's New Life Pills is ever subjected to this frightful ordeal. They work so quietly you don't feel them. They cure constipation, headache, bilious ness and malaria. 25c at Connell Brothers' drug store. ALTOX-MOSKLEY Elder Stimson, superintendent of the Alton Sunday school, resigned Sunday. He expects to sever his connection with the Moseley Bros, and move his family to Belding. Chas. Henry of Greenville vUlted his brother-in-law, Bert Norton, over Sunday recently. Tom Condon and wife spent Thanks giving in Grand Ilapids with her people. Miss Alice McFea of the Alton dis trict school was In Grand Rapids over Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. John Krupp of Lowell spent Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. Alfred Thoinlt, and family. Miss Golda vanderbro'k spent Thanksgiving with her father, Peter Vanderbrock. The Alton Sunday school was quite well attended Sunday. Many regrets were expressed that Elder Stimson should move away. He is a faithful worker In Sunday school interests. Lem Davis is building 80 rods of Empire all No. 9 wire fence. Clyde Francisco is building a horse barn. Geo. Rhodes of Grattan has been painting Chas. Jake way's fruit and potato cars at Moseley. Fred Gelgger's daughter Ida Is very sick, having been badly hurt by a cow dragging her by. a rope and in juring her back and spine. Guilty of Counterfeiting Passing counterfeit money is no worse than substituting ome unknown worthless remedy for Foley's Honey ana rar, the great cough and cold remedy that cures the most obstinate coughs and heals the lungs. Sold by wortiey & t rencn. into our present positions? Are great men ever boastful, and is true humility always a mark of greatness? Verses 8-9 Solomon's chief desire was to have wisdom to properly administer the trust committed to him; what should be our chief desire? No matter how grave our responsibili ties, or difficult our position, is it abso lutely sure that God will give us in answer to our prayer, the necessary wisdom and facilities to successfully administer our trust? Should all men in positions of public trust feel their insufficiency and call upon God as Solomon did? Verses 10-12 Why did Solomon's re quest please the Lord? Does God today answer every , true or wise prayer, as he did this prayer of Sol omon? Would not all public and private sin and folly be prevented, if men only relied upon God? What is some of the evidence that God gave Solomon great wisdom? Verse 13 If our prayers are for good- nest and not greatness, to be of service and not to be served, may we depend that God will give us every other necessary thing without our asking? (See Math, vi: 31-34) Will every true Christian have all the riches and honor that are good for him? Verse 14 Were God's promises in this case conditional upon obedience, and are they so conditioned in every case? Verse 15 Does communion with God always make us strong and brave and generous? Lesson for Sunday, Dec. 13, 1908 Solomon Dedicates the Temple I Kings viii. When the Weight Is Too Light. Eat more, drink inoro, sleep more, if you desire to take on moro flesh. Drink cocoa or chocolate with your meals, and plenty of water between them. Eat sweets, fat and starchy foods (Including potatoes). Avoid tea and all acids, excepting fruit. Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that may develoy into pneumonia oyer night are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar, as it soothes inflamed membranes, heals tbe lungs and ex- Eels the cold from the system. Sold y Wortiey & French. Order for Publication. STATE OF MICHIOAN, The Probate Court for the County of Ionia At a ueHHlon of Kald Court held at the Pro bate offlce In the City of Ioula. in aald County, ou the twenty Keventh day of November, A. V. 1008. Present: Hon. .Montgomery Webster. Judge of probate. in tne Aiaiier or me rotate oi HOKACE II. (lOODINU, Deceased. A. M. Hall, of Miller & Harris Furniture Company, a creditor, having tiled in said court hit petition praying that tbe adminis tration oi aaia esiie be granted to &epne nlah W. Gooding, or to some other suitable person. It is Ordered. That the twenty-eighth day of I ecemher. A. I). 1908. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for hearing said peti tion: It la Further Ordered. That tubllc notice thereof be given 1t publication of a copy of this order, tor three successive weeks previ ous to said day of hearing, In the lleldlng Manner, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county MOSTOOMEBT WEBSTER, A true copy. Judge of Probate. ANNA r WEBSTER. Kegisterof Probate. 26-4 Order For Publication. State or memo ah. The Probate Court for the County of Ionia, At a session of said Court held at the Pro bate Ofllce in the city of Ionia, is said County, on the twenty-seventh day of November, a. u. iuh. Present: lion. Montgomery Webster. Judge of Probate. In the Matter ot the Estate of L. OPHELIA UOODINU, Deceased A. M. Hall, of Miller & Harris Furniture, a creditor, having filed In said court bis peti tion praying that the administration of said estate be granted to Z. W. Gooding, or to some otner suitable person. It is Ordered, that tbe twenty-eighth day of December, A. D. 190H, at ten o'clock In the forenoon at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for hearing said petition. It is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, lor three successive weeks previ ous to said day of hearing, in tbe Uelding Banner, a newspaper printed and circulated in saiduounty, Montgomery webster, A true Copv. Judge of Probate. Anna P. Webster, Kegister of Probate. Cbattle Mortgage Sale Default having been made la the conditions of a certain chattle mortgage made and exe cuted by Leo Dun lap and John &. Schouten of the township of Eureka, county of Montcalm, state of Michigan, dated the Ittth day of April. A - D. Iuoh, to Johii T. Antcliff of the city of Uelding. county og Ionia, state of Michigan. which mortgage was filed in the office of the township clerk In the said county of Montcalm on the Slnd day of April, A. D. hOS. and assign' ed by said John T. Antcllft to Lewis Uonsonof the said city of Uelding on tbe Mthday of May A. D. 1908, upon which mortgage there la claimed to be due and unpaid at the date here of, the sum of forty one dollars and sixty one cents 41.61 . Notice is therefore, hereby given that, by virtue of the power of sale contained In said chattle mortgage and of tbe laws in such case made and provided there will be sold at public auction or vendue to the highest bidder, on tbe 5th dy of December. A. D. 1806. at two o'clock In the afternoon, at the house of Lewis Hon sen on lirldge street, opposite Moon's store. In said city of Holding, the property covered by and decsribed In the said chattle mortgage or so much thereof as may be necessary to satis fy tbe amount due including the principal and Interest and tbe costs of such foreclosure sale Tbe property covered by and described in caid chattle mortgage and to be sold as afore said is described as follSws to wit: One Huf falo Pitt bean hullcr or thresher, a m -chine for threshing beans. Lewis Honson, Mortgagee Dated at Belding. Mich., November 21. A. D. 1908. Order for Publication. State or Michigan, The Probate Court for the County of lonta. At a session of said court neid at tne l to Date oruce in tne City of Ionia, in said County, on tbe ninth dav ot Movi DiD. r. . u. iuu. Presf : II- it Montgomery Webster, Judge of Probate. In the mattt-t of the Estate of MAiihl. LTOIL OHIiOltN. Minor Ella M Hunker, guardian of said estate, having niea in said court ner petition, pray Ing for license to sell, at private sale, the in terest of said estate in certain real estate therein described, for the purpose of invest ing the proceeds thereof or putUng the same out at interest. It is Ordered, That the seventh day of December, a. i. 1008, at ten o'clock in tne forenoon at said probate office, be and is here by appointed for bearing said petition, and that all persons Interested in said estate ap pear Ik? fore said court, at said time and place, to show cause why a license to sell the interest of said estate in said real estate should not be granted: It Is Further Ordered, That public noUce thereof le given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previ ous to said day of hearing, in the Uelding Manner, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. MONTGOMERY WEBSTER A true copy Judge of Probate Anna r. weDsier, Register of Probate. qtat or mcHioAN, The Probate Court for tne uoumy or lonta. At a session of said Court, held at the Pro bate Office in the City ef Ionia, la said County, on tne twenty-eighth day of October, a, D. 1008. Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge of Probate. In tbe Matter of the Estate of HEKTHA RE A RICK Minor. Mary Kearick, guardian of said estate, hav ing filed in said court her petition praying for license ta sell, at public or 'private sale, tbe interest of said estate in certain real es tate therein described, for the purpose of paying the debts, charges and expenses of managing said estate and the expense of tbe maintenance and support of said ward It is Ordered, that the thirtieth day of Nov ember, A. D. 1908. at ten o'clock In the fore noon, at said probate offlce, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition, and that all persons Interested In said estate appear before said court, at said time and place, to show cause why a license to sell the Interest of said estate in said real estate should not be granted; It Is futher ordered, that public notice thereof I given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks pre vious to said day of hearing, in the Uelding Manner, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county, MONTGOMERY WEBSTER A true copy. Judge of Probate Anna P. Webster Register of Probate COMMISSIONERS ON CLAIM9 STATE OP MICniOAN, Thb Pbobatb Court roa ths Countt or Ionia. In the matter of the estate of Susan J. Osborn, Deceased. Having Wen appointed commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against said deceased we do hereby give notice tkat four months from the twenty-eighth day of Beptember.A. D. 1008, were allowed by said court for cred itors to present their claims to ns for exami nation and adjustment, and that we will meet at the Peoples' Savings Hank of Ueld ing. in said county, on the twenty-eighth day of November, A. D. 1808, and on the twentv-cighth day of January. A D. 1909, at one o'clock in the afternoon of each of said days, tor the purpose of examining znA ad justing said claims. Dated, October 6th, A. D. 1908. A IL NORTON, CHAKLKH DUMON, Commissioners This is the trade-mark of Scott's Emulsion and ison every bottle of it sold in the world which amounts to several millions yearly. WAyBecause it has made so many sickly children strong and well given health and rosy cheeks to so many pale, anaemic girls and restored to health so many thousands in the first stages of Consumption. Send thia advertisement, together with name oi paper m wun.ii n pcai, your address and four cents to cover 'Complete Handy Atlas of the World.' SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St., N.Y. BUSINESS DIRECTORY OI TY OFFICERS, Mayor Willis F. Hricker Treasurer William F. Sar.deii Clerk W. S. Eddy Marshal W. W. Mitchell City Attorney D. a bheldc n City Health Officer I K Morris - . - . I ...... IV U. I.U.IUrtlU fusUces of the Peace Oeoree w. Mouit'.n ldermen First ward, J. w. Scott. K E Hudson: Second ward. Geo, Crawford; Geo, Putman Third ward, W. K. Menkee; Albert U. Hull. Supervisors First ward, F. L. Spencer; Sec ond ward. J T. Angell; Third ward, Har ney C. Curtis. CHURCHCS, METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH-Spi vices at 10:80 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath School at close of morning service. Fraye meeting on Thursday evening. Itxv. G.W Maxwell Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCn Services a 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath schoo at 11:45 a. m. Prayer meeting on Thursda evening. Rev. N. J. Myers, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH Services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at cunl'u morning service. Prayer meeting ohTn-ol day evening. Rev. C. E. Maxfield e t, CHURCn OF CHRIST Preaching n each Sunday at 10:30 and 7:30. Communion every Lord's Day. C E. at 6:30. S. S al 12 m. Praver Meeting Thursday evening Rev. O. W. Winter. Pastor FREE METHODIST CHURCH Prayer an 1 praise servlae, eleven o'clock a. m. Preach ng at 7:80 p. m Prayer meeting Friday evening. Rev. L. Fletcher, Pastor. HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL MISSION Morning praver and sermon In Woodman Hall at i0;30 a. m. Sunday. Evening service at 7:30 p.m. J. A.Uatnton. Prlent in Charge ST, JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC Services at 9:00 a. m and 10:80 a. m. alternately every Sunday morning. Rev. Fr. Zindlkr. LATTER DAY S A INTS Nor th Side. Mil lard Addition, corner of Facer and Moulton street Sunday school at 10:30, tocial meet ing at 11:30 a, m.. preaching at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. Everybody welcome. A. N. Hill Pastor Fred I Warner With Alfred Locke Dwlght C. Sheldon ATTORNEYS AT LAW-OflJco: -Over Tuln stra Hardware Main St. Uelding, Mich. JAMES E. FERGUSON, M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throa t, and Fit ting of glasses- Hours 8 to 10. 1 to 3, 7 to 8 Phones: offlce No. 1, residence No. 46. " DR. J. H. ARMSTRONG. DENTIST. Corner rooms In the Vincent block, over Tulnstra Store. Office hours : 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. DR. Q. P. SMITH, DENTIST. Offlce hours 8 to 5:30. Leonard Block, over Kuhn's hardware store, Uel llnr Mich OSTEOPATHY. J. T. HOOK. D. O. LOLLIB K. HOOK, D. O. New Belding Block, Belding, Mich Phone No. 194 Dr. B. J. Fitzmorris VETERNARY SURGEON and DENTIST ritlTens' 'Phone J Residence 503-3 Citizens none f uwl)lu 203.2 All calls promptly attended INSURANCE 3Q Old Line Companies. Hire Insurance 5pecialty Adam Wagner & Son Also writes Tornado, Sick. Health t Accident Insurance. Office-Corner Main and Urldge Streets. Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company of Newark, N. J, Q. E. WAGNER, Agt. Investigation costs nothing and saves regrets Offloe-Oorner Main and Bridge Streets Miller-Harris Furniture Company FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Special attention given to the proper hand llngof every Funeral detail. Day phone 350 Night 71 3r. Uelding. Mich. CaJta Kidoeya and Bladder Riant Pere Marquette Trains leave Belding as Follows: For Grand Rapids, Lowell, north and.... West I0:i0a.m 2 .65 8:30 p. tn For Detroit and Toledo 10:40 a. tn., 4 r3 p m For Saginaw, Uay City and Port Huron.. 8 20 a. m., 6:28 p. ra For Howard City 7.22 a. m., S;26 p. m ForGreenvllle 7:23. 8:20 a. m.?2:.S5 6:2ft, 0:28 p. ra For Ionia !0:4 a. m., p. tn For Stanton. Edmore and Big Rapids. . . 8 20a.ro., 6 28 p. m n H. F. MOELLER. Gen. Paas. Agt C. W. Bricham Agt.