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For Kent Good G-room house, $5 a month. j. c. Zerba. Adds HcalflifDl Qnalitfea to the Food Economizes Flour, Butter and Eggs 0 The only balclng powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Ka Alum Ho Unto Phosphates l or Sale Xeaily new two-seated canopy top sum , at b mobile back sent. Inquire U I Ciihsir. 4-'tf Hooins lo Hem- I. 1 llull)c-il, phone j Notice Ordinance No. Kciof the city of Held iri reads ax follows: 'It shall be unlawful for any erson to ride or jirojwl any bicycle, iricycle, velocipede or other wheel of uny kind including children's express carts, and exi eplini? chiMrvii's tricycles and velocities, the drive wheels of which are lo inches or under in diameter on For HaleOr exchange for a build- the following sidewalks within the city Ing lot, one horse waon, two buggies, of iVMiuu: On Main street from Front t-w single harnesses. Inquire of O. street to Ash Held stin t, on S. l'leasant W. Rarlow. 27tf ; street from W. Conn tins street to W. 1 Congress street lo Mam street, on ftn,l twosmall wooden pulleys, inquire S. Mroas street, from W . (omrresH street nt 1 tnnnor t 1 J 1 to V. Main street, on 1 1 ridgi street from ! Congress street to the bridge across Flat river. Ricycle riders must observe the above notice. Jus. Meginlcy, City Marshal. GELDING BANNER ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Published every Thursday at Beldlng, (Ionia County) Mich., by THE BANNER PUBLISHING CO E. B. LAPHAM, EoiTOH Advertising Kates upon application. Bills collected monthly. Cards of Thanks, 26c to 60c Resolutions from 60c up. Entered at the Postofflce, Beldlng. Michigan for transmission through the Malls an Sec- ond-ciass Mattel Memorial Day Memorial Sunday and Decoration Day Head-Quarters Dan S. Hoot, Post 126, Department of Michigan O. A. U. Relding, May 18, 1910. Dan S. Hoot Post and Auxllary W. It. C, will observe Memorial Sunday, May 29, by attending the morning ser vice in a body at the Church of Christ. They will assemble at their G. A. H. Board of Heview Notice Notice is hereby uiven that the Hoard of equalization and Heview of the City of Relding will meet in the Council Rooms in said city at U o'clock in the forenoon on Monday May ittrd. 1910 and Tuesday May 2 llh 1910 and as long mereauer as may be deemed necessary, for the purpose of Reviewing the Assess ment Hoi Is of the several wards of the city of Relding. Said Hoard of Heview will be in session from nine o'clock in the forenoon to 12 o'clock noon and from one o'clock in the afternoon until 5 o'clock in the afternoon of each day. uaieu at uuy or iteming, Mich., this 3rd day of May, A. D. 1910. W. S. Eddy, City Clerk. THE GftSHIONtf VJSHALVh Ladies Before buying don't fail to call and examine the beautiful line of imimrted hall at 9;. nVirvL- mi marM, n.n dress 8001 samples of all kinds, i have COUNTY FOR OSBORN "Jonia county is strongly for Chase Osborn for governor," said Frank C, Miller to the "Soo" News recently "He will have a splendid plurality of the votes cast there next September, So far as I can discover there is but little Kelley sentiment in our county Those who do not support Osborn are for Mussel man, who lives in the adjoin ing county of Kent and has a number of personal acquaintances because of business connections and also due to his long membership on the board of control of the Ionia reformatory. 11 You can put Ionia down as in the sure Osborn column," continued Mr Miller, "and from letters which I am getting from my colleagues in the legis lature, and otherwise, I regard Mr. Osborn's nomination as assured." Tiik world still moves, not a particle of damage was done to mother earth by Jlhe comet It whizzed by at high speed and eyen trj switch of its tail didn't harm a thing. No one in Beld ing saw it pass; some are wondering if there is a "really" comet perambulat ing the sky. Scientific men say there is, but that it won't hurt; others tell us that it is liable to "knock us into kingdom come." Superstitious people are fearful and anxious. Many people were up late last night watching for a meteoric shower. A bunch of school ma'ams and literary folk were out with boxes of salt, having been told the comet could be caught by sprinkling the tail with the saline properties. Osborn is the Hughey Jennings of Michigan politics. He has the faculty of making hits and, in baseball nomin- clature, hits make runs. In Chase Os horn's case hits make votes. He is a magnet on the rostrum, and his politi cal epigrams strike home with Hoose- veltian vigor. Charlotte Republican. Kent county voted on local option last month and went wet But the vil lage council in Cedar Springs wasn't pleased with the result and refused to grant a saloon license. The applicant for the license started mandamus pro ceedings to compel the council to grant a license but last Friday Judge Mc Donald sustained the action of the council. So Cedar Springs is dry. church. Decoration Day, May CO, the Post and Corps will assemble at their hall at 9 o'clock sharp and march to the Bridge street bridge, where the Corps will give their ritualistic water service for the Navy and Marines buried in the sea. They will march to the Church over a thousand up-to-date samples to seieci irom, and also a line of guaran tees nosiery. Mrs. Matie Deuel, 614 South Pleasant St, 49-2w Belding, Mich. Bargain Store, Bridge Street Ladies' fine petticoats at 1 1.00, lathes' fine muslin petticoats. &0c to $ 1.00: la- of Christ, where Rev. Bussing will de- dies' underwear, 5c and up; children's liver the Decoration day address under undewear5 ladies' hose, children's hose, the foHowIng program: singing, invo- W $L, men's and yoffi cation, solo, recitation, reading of Lin- overalls, enamel, granite and tinware, coins Gettysburg address, solo, poem, We have a few fine salad dishes left, address, Rev Bussing; closing Amer- u 7" " . . w Bl. itMS I?"' a"u manv i t. ,. . , ouitr gomi oargains. u. K. Uould. tvu. i iuiii mc VUUlCll MIC X OKI uuu Corps will return to their hall, they will re-assemble at River Ridge ceme tery at 1:30 for their G. A. R. cemetery service, after which they will proceed to the Smyrna cemetery at 2:40, then to the Otisco cemetery at 3:30 after wnicn mey will disband. l or Sale Cheap one square piano. All soldiers, sailors and marines are ft . l"ire OI ijOUls Jenks, K. F. cordially invited to join with us in the! 1e,uins- mm Chick and handsome as well as serviceable and com fortable are our Dress Oxfords for fashionably dressed women. You may secure in these the "last words" in genuine style, distinction and g-ood form. Orlo Morse & Co. BELDING MICHIGAN kS, , I 1 v. 'rV was IS If You, Sir, are in need of a new suit of clothes, a pair of shoes, a hat, a shirt or anything to wear, call and see us. Truly now, we assortments, the offer the best finest values and the most reliable qualities possible to secure anywhere. Drop in and see if you don't think you can do better here than elsewhere. DIVINE and GREENOP r t WTc - fo For Sa,e ant J V T U II lO Business Chances i). 10, 4Utf observance of both Memorial Sundav and Decoration Dav. everv comrade will wear his badge. All civic bodies are also invited to assemble w ith us at the hall, Decoration Day. ' Iet every citizen give honor to his own and his countries dead. Hring flowers and wreaths for every grave in your cities of the dead. Frank R. Chase, Win. R. Olds, Commander. Adjutant. For Sale at a Rargain The Simons G-room house and fruit f500. Call on J. C. Zerba. Will trees, Anybody wishing to buy corn fodder or hay call on N. I. Warner, phone 2G5-ll-ls, Holding. 4tf For Sale Good wood for H.fiO and fl.75 ir cord delivered. M. J. Trail. Thone A I Wells, No. 100. 42tf A Regular Tom Boy was Susie climbing trees and fences, jumping ditches, whitlincr. alwavs net ting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds. Hut laws! Her mother just applied Hucklen's mica naive ana cu reu neroulek. Heals I l or Kent (inol :.rmm hn ni. everything heal able Hoi Is. ITloprs. elect rip. liirhtu. oiixr ami unft i-ii. .czema, Old Sores, Corns or Tiles. Try barn, at f ier month, Luther addition, it. 2oc at Connell's drug store. InquireseconddoorsouthHrickerJIotel. For Sale A No. 1 refrigerator, relined last summer, in trood condition. In- quire of Frank Klock. Wanted Girl for ireneral housework! references required. Inquire of Wayne I iwney ui iinuge u markeL PURE MATERIALS-CLEAN PROCESS CARE AND SKILL IN PRODUCTION Is this worth anything to you in Baked Goods? Bread, Cakes, Pies, Etc, Dlf ferent from the ordinary Everything that's good to eat we make 0 Farmhouse Bread Makes no diffcrenccBreakfast, Dinner or Supper We satisfy that hungry feeling, while furnishing a neat, clean and desirable place for both ladies and gentlemen, a place com bining all the good features and none of the bad. Short Orders Any Time 1 Unger's Bakery and Restaurant Citizens Phone 177 Belding, Mich. Scream i SEPARATORS When looking into the works of a watch you find the name Elgin" that indicates the best. The same is true of. a Cream Seperator. . . . li 1 ' f t DeLaval or Dairy Maid ire me worms standard, the only Seperators that use the Disc skimming device. Do not buy an inferior or cheap machine, as it is dearest in the end. You can save from $10 to $15 per cow every year with either one of these seperators. A trial will convince the most skeptical. A. E. DORR & CO. Dealers in Farm Implements. 50w2 WONDERFUL BEirVILD E N MYSTF1G Torn Whence Does This Man Get His Power? Prof. Hazell The Talk Of The Town Real Estate ? For' Sale ? FIVE ROOM HOUSE on Pearl Ht, well, cistern and woodshed $900 SIX ROOM HOUSE near shoe factory, cellar, well and cistern. Rargain at $710 NINE ROOM HOUSE on Pearl St, water, gas, lights, bath $2300 SEVEN ROOM HOUSE No. GIG Alderman St, fine property for $1250 166 ACRE FARM close to Moseley, fine buildings, well watered, good stock farm. Will take city property or 40 acre farm in exchange for part payment $8000 UAGHER & SOfJ -o doubt the greatest occurence of the day is the arrival of Prof. Hazell, the distinguished Scientific Palmist and Psychologist who has traveled nearly all over the world and apiwared before some of the greatest scientists. That Hazell is a student ot the occult and of human nature can be seen by a few minutes interview with him. He has been initiated into the strange weird rights of the ancient occult priest hood of Simla India, and for that reason he has been able to learn their great secrets, which are not put in print but are only given by word of mouth. A visit to Prof. Hazell is interesting. he removes the curtain which veils the mysterious future and reads your life as though it were an oien book before him, he drives doubt from ones mind and slays skepticism at first glance and before one has a chance to utter one word, gives names, dates and facts con cerning your own life and the lives of those you may be interested in. He gives advice in love, courtship, marriage, divorce, investments, losses etc, he has been very successful in setti ng lovers quarrels, also in reuniting the separated, he also uses his wonder ful power In curing all manner of ail ments. I Ie charges a reasonable fee for his services. He is stonninir with M lb Wood, South Uridge street, second house south of Rricker Hotel. Wanted to Rent With privilege of purcna.se, a seven, eight or nine room house in good location on south side. Inquire at the Ranner oMice. For Sale Two ton buggies, one drav. one single plow, one double plow, one cuiuvaior, one nay raue, Htato crates, large store building. Inouire nt r(i. uence, Cook's Corners. Mrs. W. II. Hanks. Lost Tuesday night, between ileimt. mm Jioiri jei(iing, a long leather wn . let containing paers valuable only to owner; name "F. E. Urown" on oul- isiuc. liioerai rewaru lor return to Ho !tel Jlelding. For Sale 0-piece parlor suit nearly new. Inquire at '.IVi Hanover St. bOv2 Wanted 3 second hand liicvcli- Must be in good shape. Apply at auto garage. anted oung, well broke Middle horse, good lire. Inquire or Mrs. II. L. McConnell, Relding. ' f)w2 .... ........ . , , , . nt . . .,. ft MOSS ROSE, Sweetest and Best j ii 8 Our IV1 oss Rose FSour has many satisfied users you should U one of them. In ;i!liliou in furnishing you the Ust llou opimrtunity to secure koiiic table at wholesale prices. Commencing Saturday, May 11 st each 'St lb. Hack of MOSS I flour win contain one certificate, and each w lb. x:w.k two certificates Follow the instructions printetl on each' certilieale and you will lie d -lighted with the quality of sjmmhi received. Upon receipt of your iii 1 letter the Manufactures Advertising Co. will mail you a list of artii h-s you may receive for certificates, in place of ihe sxk)is should you prefer lllCIIl. r on the market we are goin; to give you 111 P haiulsomc and useful silverware for yoi.r W JOSI'. I I r BALL BEARING MOST . POPULAR n for Cook Sties. - PocahonUts anil Wash Nut Coal and Ury Wood Hyd rated Lime for Spraying, WimmI Fibre Plaster and Cemeiil. Oet our prices before placing orders. U1TOWN OFFICE FIRST DOOR NOUTH OF SANDF.I.IS RANK. Massilon Washed Nul--Clen and Frfe Burning SOLD STRICTLY ON ITS MERITS THE WORLD'S HIGHEST GRADE SEWING MACHINE W. F. BRICKER'S Real Estate Exchange 1910 List. I HAVE FOR SALE House and lot east of R. Silk Mill. Price 11,000. Easy terms, $100 down, balance $10 jier month. New house, south side. $1,500. Easy terms. Vacant Iota, north side Prioe $100. $5 down, month. $"0 to balance $2 per 47 Acre Farm, ship, $i!,400. Orleans town- 77 Acre Farm, Otisco township within 2 miles of city. (Jood land nearly all cleared. Larce .frame house, barn, Icehouse, hen nouse anu other buildings. Price $.000. 75 Acre Farm. Otisco TowX ship, liest of land, two orchards, large house, two barns, granarv. Hi is is a fine place, $5500. See me for Belding property. W. F. BRICKER at Store IE. Chappie & Company cxxrrr : r. rm-vrrr ixrurrrtrtrr FOR SALE, CHEAP. Forty acres ood land, love I and not swamp v. t' miles from jr,Mxl marki-t. Will sell for $25 if taken once. A LS( ) ec at One Kleen rcsim house; corner Ellis and Ciawfoid, One Nine I'eArl and Ann One Nine II am brook street One Seven Ieonard One Six Root One Six . Terms to suit. Call and see us. $1,;K $1,100 f l.aw $1,(KK) $ Oj)en evenings and Saturday afternoons Have your Home and goods Insured with us OSBORN & MUDGETT Fine Book, Job and Poster Printing at the BANNER OFFICE FREE INSTRUCTION AT YOUR HOME. SOLD FOR CASH, ' ALSO ON EASY PAYMENTS WITHOUT INTEREST. The machine that Impresses you with 1U perfection the moment you open It Th Warranty en th NEW HOME Is prptual. ThU machine poascefteg no non essential feature whose chief t1.i i. . line points, bat, In every particular, 1U construction has been thought out, and tried out, to the limit of human ingenuity, makln the "NEW HOME' without nn.nn ti,. practical, thorough and dependable Sewing Machine made. Beet Nellie., (our own make), Oil, BelU and mil klnd.f eWn- Mehla applies. KepalrlDraepeUlty. Get a price from us before you purchase, SOLD IN BELDING BY W. F. FLOYD Dealer in everything good in FURNITURE at prices that please. Pirrnm fnmin V , COtS, pilloWS, Pianos nml nvprvthincr A : J.""1 class furniture store. ursi- BRIDGE STREET Belding, Mich.