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be painted, enameled, stained, varnished or fin ished in any way, there's an Acme Quality Kind to fit the purpose. CQUNCIL PROCEEDINGS (OFFICIAL) Council Chamber, Friday, Sept. 15, 1011. Meeting called to order by Mayor Fales, Roll call, Tresent: Mayor Fales; Aid. Gildeineister, Hudson, Menkee, Skellenger, 1, Absent, Aid. Hull and Knapp. Minutes of -the last meeting were read and approved. To the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Bel ding. Gentleman: At a regular meeting of the "Womens Christian Temperance Union." The following Resolution was adopted. Whereas, It is commonly believed that Hay Fever is caused by Ragweed and, Whereas it is found in abundance in the streets and on vacant lots of our city, Therefore Re It Resolved, That we respectfully ask the Common Coun cil of the City of Relding to rigidly en force the laws relativelo noxious weeds, especially Ragweed and Sand Burs. Mrs. Edith Burriss, Rec. Hecty. The foregoing resolution was referred, by the Mayor, to the Marshall. Aid. Hull takes his scat. Moved by Aid. Hull, seconded by lAld. Hudson that the Mayor be au- "thorized to attend the meeting of the Michigan League of M inici pal i ties 1 Which convenes in Saginaw, Sept, .21, U22, and 2.J and hisexpences be defrayed by the city, Which motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. (Jildemeister, Hudson, Hull, Menkee, Skellenger, Nays 0. Whereas a resolution was heretofore passed by the Common Council order ing all of the telegraph, telephone, electric light and other poles and wires removed from the Main Street in the city, and either placed in underground conduits or on some other street and alley! and Whereas a notice and copy of such resolution was served on the Citizens Light Company, the Spencer Klectric Light and Tower Company, the Michi gan State Telephone Company, and the Citizens Telephone Company, ordering the said companies to remove their poles and wires from the Main Street within the limits in the said resolution contained and within a certain time therein stated, and Whereas the said companies . or cer tain said companies have neglected and refused to comply with the said terras of the resolution. Now, Therefore, Bo It Resolved; that the Mayor and City Attorney or either cf them take any stejw necessary to be taken whether at law in equity or otherwise to enforce the resolution aforesaid and to cornel any or all of said companies to remove their poles and wires from the Main Street within the limits named and in compliance with the resolution rcfered to, and under the direction of the Common Council, and Be It Further Resolved, that a copy of this resolution be mailed to the prop Foil 13 Like Fire Imsiuirainice - You insure your home against fire. Why not insure it against decay caused by sunshine, rain, snow and sleet? They destroy as certainly as fire, unless the surface is protected with good paint. HOUSE PAINT gives the greatest durability and beauty, and best resists rain and shine. It costs less because it takes less and lasts longer. Let us show you the latest fashionable color combinations. Belding, Mich. er agents of each of the aforesaid com panies which have failed and neglected to remove their poles and wires from Main Street in accordance with said resolution. Dated this fifteenth day of Septem ber, in the year one thousand nine hun dred and eleven. Moved by Aid. Menkee, seconded by Aid. Hull that the foregoing resolution be adopted. Which motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Gildeineister,' Hudson, Hull, Menkee, Skellenger, 5, Nays 0. An ordinance creating sub-division of Sewer District Number Two (2) and to be known as Oridnance Number 17 of the City of Belding, authorized by Chapter Twenty-four (21) of the Charter. The City of Belding hereby ordains:- Section 1. All that portion of the territory comprising Sewer District Number Two (2) of the City of Belding and being within the boundries herein after described is -hereby declared to constitude and be known as sub-division F of Sewer District Number Two (2) of the City of Belding. Said District is bounded and describ ed as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the south-east corner of lot Number eight (8) of Putney's Addition to the City of Belding; thence running north to the south-east corner of lot Number one (1) of Putney's Ad dition to the City of Belding; thence running west to the point of intersec tion of the north line of lot Numbtr forty-two (42) of Putney's Addition to the City of Belding with the east bank of Flat River; thence running south westerly along the cast bank of Flat River to the ioint of intersection of the south line of lot Number forty-one (41) of Putney's Addition to the City of Belding with the said east bank of Flat River! and thence running easterly to the place of beginning. Section 2. This ordinance shall be known as Ordinance No. 17 of the City J of Belding, and shall take immediate elfect. Adopted and approved this 15th day of September, in the year one thousand nine hundred and eleven. . Flmer H. Fales, W. 8. Eddy, Mayor. City Clerk. Moved by Aid. Gildemeister, second ed by Aid. Menkee that the foregoing ordinance be adopted. Which motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson, Hull, Menkee, Skellenger, ft, NaysO. Moved by Aid. Hull, seconded by Aid. Gildemeister that Milo Luick be rebated 12.50 on License No. 620. Which motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson, Hull, Menkee, Skellenger, 5, Nays 0. Aid. Hull excused. Mo vetl by Aid. Skellenger, seconded by Aid. Hudson that the following City bills be allowed and paid. Which mo tion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson, Menkee, Skellenger, 1 Nays 0. T. F. Ireland Co., Supplies ...$ 4.80 W. 8. Eddy, Repairing Type writer and express 4.45 Gregory, Mayor and Thom Co., One record book 7.50 R. M. Wilson & Co, Lumber. . . 44.60 E. Chappie & Co., Sewer Pipe 144.95 Claude Stout, Labor on sewers 3.30 Alex Kelley, Labor on sewers 3.50 N. II. Soule, Labor on sewers 7.87 Geo. Loney, Labor on sewers 7.87 B. Soule, Labor on sewers .... 7.87 Frank Collier, Labor on sewers 7.87 E. Burt, Labor on sewers 7.87 Chas. Barton, Labor on sewers 7.87 Chas. Snyder, Labor on sewers 7.78 RobL Coukell, Labor on sewers and streets 15.74 Frank Rogers, Labor on sewers and streets....... 16.61 J as. Caverley, Labor on sewers and streets....... 18.37 John AntcliiT, Labor on sewers and streets 29.75 Moved by Aid. Skellenger, seconded by Aid. Hudson, that the following bills be audited and referred to the County Board of Supervisors for pay ment? Which motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson, Menkee, Skellenger, 1, Nays 0. Batchelor & Brown, Goods furnished Allen Warners family, Typhoid Fever case $32.69 Dr. W. A. Dutt professional services for Allen W amor 'a family, $19.25. Moved by Aid. Skellenger, seconded by Aid. Menkee that the fol lowing bills as recommended by the Board of Water Commissioners be allowed and paid. Which motion pre vailed. Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hud son, Menkee, Skellenger, 1, Nays 0. E. J. Knapp & Co., For paint $ 5.60 T. F. Ireland Co., Supplies.... 8.67 Belding Bro's a Co, One bale of waste 10.89 Chapman Valve Co., Hydrant 22.20 American Car Foundry Co., "Gate Valves 24.00 Consolidated Coal Co., Coal .... 87.78 Al Wells, Carting tools .25 E. E. Fales, Carting tools 50 Frank Collier, Labor on mains 3.50 E. G. Co tt roll. Hauling coal and carting tools 10.70 E. E. Hudson, Order, Sam VanDerbrock 15.75 Moved by Aid. Menkee, seconded by Aid. Hudson that the Common Coun cil of the City of Belding do now ad journ. Which motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson, Menkee, Skellenger, 4, Nays 0. W. S. Eddy City Clerk. As usually treated, a sprained ankle will disable a man for three or four weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's Liniment freely as soon as the injury is received, and observing thedlrections with each bottle, a cure can be effected in from two to four days. Fox sale by all bcalers. 1 mm lifflBfflKH, CHOOSING THE MILLER Until you have found that the. word flour stands for many things, you cannot hope to have certain success on bake day. Too many housewives believe that flour is just like sugar practically one kind. However there is a big differ ence between every miller's product a difference that can hot be concealed by sack or trade mark. The choice of wheat, the blend ing, the scouring, right on through each grinding process and "patent" separation, no two millers will produce equal lesults. Most flour has good features, VOIGT MILLING' CO. GPANlS PAPTDS Transfer Now!!! CLASS ONE Knights of the Modern Maccabees Are requested to transfer at once to the new schedule af rates. The K, O. T. M. M., by almost unauimots action of the Special Great Camp Review, is now on an Absolutely Safe and Adequate Basis of Rates Don't neglect to provide Transfer at once. Consult George S. Lovelace Gnat Commander Muskegon, Mich. vust causes Consumption. Experiments and Investigations made both in Europe and In America indicate that fully one-half of the deaths from consumption occur among people who are compelled to breathe dust in its various forms. Many Uses for Drawn Glass. On account of Its great strength drawn glass Is being widely resorted to for many purposes. It withstands sud den changes of temperature, resists fire to a great extent and Is very strong. Hard to Please. "De man dat's Intlrely satisfied wlf bisse'f," said Uncle Eben, "ain't gin erally so Eood natured an' easy to please when It comes to other folks." Washington Star. United State' Gold Production. Fully one-fourth of the $13,000,000, 000 worth of gold produced in the world since the discovery of America has come from the mines of the Unit ed States. TO CHICAGO Daily Steamers from Holland and St. Joseph Grand Rapids, llollond and Chicago Klectric Steamboat Fx press leaves Grand Hapids dally at 3.00 p. in., connecting with steamer leaving Holland at 9:.10 p. ni. Arrives in Chicago at 5:00 a. in. Leaves Chicago 8:00 p. m. daily. . Close connection with 1. M. It. II. at Holland. The right is reserved to change this schedule without notice. GRAHAM & MORTON LINE OPPORTUNITY Wlflo- AxrnLn YOUNO MF.N AND WOMEN Your gnUm opportunity IMUt VWUKt a Now. The commercial fwld U broad and the cry for efficient help la far-reaching and constant. Don't wait. Don't k-t others win the rrbea. Your chance is Now. Sriie time by the fore-lock and push out Into tlie current of Business where the demand la heavy and the reward excellent. Over 396 placed annually. 14,260 square ieet floorsnaoe. 1 00 Typewriter free. for atiwtnt naa L'iotit m t.la 1 naf nu tm K;,il . .n.lual. rait nf .nr.l.n.ii..nl LI.,..;- Deiore ratea are raided. Opportunitira for both at wa to work for board, allowed If it doea not exceed fS oo. Handsome catalog free. PEARL STREET H 1 of courrc. Hut we want you to become acquainted with the brand that has the most good features CRESCENT flour. You will find it splendidly adapted to your needs, both for bread and pastry and its quality is guaranteed by us to be of the highest uniformity. Because there is a difference ind because this difference is cr ntial to your success we ask you to purchase a sack of. Crescent flour from your dealer. Test it in any way you wish, judge it by any standard of ex cellence, and if you are not fully satisfied, your grocer will cheer fully and promptly refund the purchase price. Transfer Now!!! MEMBERS for your wife and children. your officers or A. Af. Shy Great Record Keeper Port Huron, Mich. The Philosopher of Folly. "About the funniest thing," says the Philosopher of Folly, "is the motherly advice a young married woman gives to her old beaux." Also Public Speakers. Horn-blowers, glass-blowers, and stump-speakers often suffer from "em physema" an abnormal , collection of air In the lungs. Strand. In Price, Not Size. He looked In a store window, and saw "Hats reduced." "Heavens!" said he to himself. "What was their orig inal size?" LIpplncott's. A dinger. "Bllgplns used to say he admired clinging woman. Did he marry one?" "Yes. She hangs on to every cent of his salary ."Exchange. Germans Fond of Champagne. Germany produces 14,000,000 bottles of champagne a year. She Imports l.SOg.OOO from France. Railway fare GRAND RAPIDS MICH. HYOMEI I OR CATARRH World's Greatest Remedy Free From Cocaine, Opium and All Habit Forming Drugs Start right now, before the cold w nther conies, to kill catarrh. It's the best time. Breathe HYO.MKI (pronounce it Iligh-o-me), V. I, Henedict guarantees It. It is made of Australian eucalyptus, thymo and other antiseptics, and be sides destroying the germs It soothes and heals Mie sre, raw membrane and prevents mucus from forming in the air passages. Breathe it a few times a day. It's an easy and pleasant treatment and resnlts are uuiek and certain. HVOMKI is" guaranteed for catarrh, nsthmu and catarrhal deafness, or mon ey back. A complete outft, including hard rubber Inhaler, costs f 1.00. Fxtra bottles if afterward needed cost but 60 cents. BIBLE STUDY COUPON. Bible and Tract Society, 17 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Kindly scud me the Dible Studies marked below: "Where Ar the Dead?" "Forgivable and Unpardonable Sina." "What Say the Scripture Re specting Punishment?" "Rich Man In Hell." "In the Cross of Christ We Glory." "Most Precious Text." John 3:16. "End of the Age Is the Harvest." "Length and Breadth, Height and Depth of Qod'a Love." "The Thief In Paradise." "Christ Our Passover la Sacri ficed." "The Risen Christ." "Foreordination and Election." "The Desire of All Nations." "Sin's Small Beginnings." "Paradite Regained." "The Coming Kingdom." "Sin Atonement." "Spiritual Israel Natural Is rael." "The Times of the Gentiles." "Gathering the Lord's Jewels." "Thrust In Thy Sickle." "Weeping All Night." "Every Idle Word." "Refrain Thy Voice From Weep ing " "What la the Souir "Electing Kings." "The Hope of Immortality." "The King's Daughter, the Bride, the Lamb'a Wife." "Calamities Why Permitted." "Pressing Toward the Mark." "Christian Science Unsoientlfio and Unchristian." "Our Lord's Return." "The Golden Rule." "The Two Salvation." "Llbertyl" Name Street City and State Upon receipt of the aboro cou pon we will send any one of these Bible Studies FREE; any three of them for S cents (stamps) or the entire 36 for 25 centB. SEND AT ONCE TO THE BIBLE AND TRACT SO CIETY, 17 Hlcka Street, Brook lyn, N. Y. A Dreadful Sight toll. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. Y. was the fever-sore that had plagned his life for years in spite of many remedies lie tried. At last lie used Bucklen's Arnica Halve and wrote: "it has entire ly healed with scarcely a scar left. Heals Burns, Boils, iOczema, Cuts Bruises, Swellings, f'orns and Tiles like magic. Only -."c at Connell's Drug store. First Insertion Aug. 31, 1911, Order of Publication. STATK OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for tliu ('..inilv if li.ntn kt a .wtf,.n ..r i.l.l court. Ik IiI hi the nlRt' ollicu, In the City of ioma. in sain county, on tne iMC'iny-figum aay ,.t An.n.vt A I I Kill I'rcwnt: Hon, Montgomery Wkbnter, Judge or rroUHie. Iu the Matter of the K-tate or KI TH II. ELLIS, Deceased, Maurice A. Keed. Administrator of said estate huvlnu tll.-il In knIiI Colirl hl final mlniiiiUf r. tlon account, and his ix'tltlon praying for the Allnu-aTlPt ihlTfHif Ami ffir thu .MlirniiiAnl mnl distribution of the residue of said estate, to and Hinonif i ih persons entitled mereio. It Is ordered, that the twenty llfth day of Sep temlMT. A. P. I'.'ll.atlcn o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate otlice, I Hi and lit hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and nearuiK sain petition: ll I si fun h.r iriliriit lhat rmMIn notion ilmro of be tfven by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day oi Hearing, in inc iscming nanner, a newspaper pnnteii ami ein-iiiHieu in stun county. MONTOOMEKY WfchflTEtt Anna V Wiiistkk Judge of Probate. (L. s.) Register of Probate A rue copy. HIB-E-THECOUGW ANDCUnETKiLUKGa mmmmm AND AUTHKOATAf.'D LU"G TROUBLES j guaranteed jArsrACTomr )l L- Off. MONEY KErUVDCD. J I Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE h is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. BUSINESS DIFECTORY Mayor William . Snudel Treasurer Vt. l-ee Cuswi lerk v. H. Eddy Marshal James. Megtnley CityAltorneT Fred L.Varnei City Health O nicer George M. tan ton Justices ol the Peace K. li. Lapbaiu. Albert L. Hpencer. Aldermen First Ward, Henry Gildemeister, L. r.. nuuMon; oeconu warn, George Crawford, Panlcl hkcllenger; Third Ward, Frank T. Cou uell, Albert li. Hull. Supervisors Find Vard, Fred L. Hpencer; Seooni . t. au(vu; iuiiu ntiu. i;aruey u. Curite. METHODIST KIMSIUII'AI. i iipm rlcea at 10:30 a, ru. and 7:3U p. ni. sabuat. i umh 4i tiohc oi njonung service. raye n etlnv on Thurtidar vinln ifvt n Vv Maxwilix, Faator. cuwuKii.uATiUNAL.C'HUItUH Hervlcea e i :30 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Habbath actio 11:46a.m. Prayer meeting on Thurada ening. my. kdmic Collins. l'atr. BAPTIST CHTJKCIl-bervlcea at lu:u .and 7: 90u. a Ka bba . b acLuol ci ote t orning aervlce. Prayer meetlna Thu nay ay evening. Kiev. Fa nk U. Ikviku. Past r CHURCH OF CHRIST-Preachlug -u ra ouday at 10:80 and 7:80. Coujujuum.i very Lord'a Day. C E. at6:4U. . S . am. Prayer Meeting Thurada eveuli.. 'ev. I. 8. Bu88i no Pastor FREE METHODIST CUUHCH-Prujer 4 . raise aervlae, eleven o'clock a. in. f tcc . ng at 7.80 p. m Prayer meetui r-ii venlng. Rv. J JJ. Phillips, pator. HOLY TRINITY MlKM(NWvi,.u i .i. Church House, corner Congress and Alderman streets. Sunday services T.XQ and 10:30 a. iu. and i.aufi. uj. funuay m'dooi, 11:44, Inursday aud Holy days, tt.30 a. nr Other services as announced. All seats free at all services. Everyone welcome. The Kkv. Floyd Keelek. M. D. Idlest In Chajge. ST, JOSKPU'b CATHuLlO-Servlcca a s:00 a. m and 10:80 a. m. alternately ever sundav uiornlntj. ksv. Fk. Zindlbk. LATTER DAY SAINTS North Side, Mil lard Addition, corner of Eager and Moultou street-Sunday school at 10:30. social meet ing at 11:30 a, in., preaching at 7:30 p. iu Prayer o eetlng Wednesday evening at 7:30 Everybody welcome. A. N. Hill Pastor CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH - Services are held In Room A over 108 Main street. Sunday morning- service at 10 46; Sunday school at clo of mortiinsr service. Wednesday evening testl: mony meeting at 7 JO. All axe welcome at tha services. Fred jL. Warner With Alfred Locke Dwight C. Sheldon ATTORNEYS AT LAW -Office: Over Tulu stra Hardware Main St. Ueldlng. Mich. JAMES E. FERGUSON, M. O. practice limited to diseases of the Eye. J- Ear, Nose and Throat, Office 6ia Ash ton Building, Grand Rapids, Mich. Citizens Phone 777. Offiice hours 9 to 4. in Belding office every Satiday af ternoon. DR. Q. P. SMITH, DENTIST. Office hours 8 to 6:. . Leonar 11 lock, overKuhn' hardnr ntcre. H-l dlnr Mleb OSTEOPATHY. J. T. HOOK, D. O. LOLLIli R. HOOK, D. O. New Heldlnp Block, Beldin, Mich Phone No. 194 r. W. DORR, M. D. Successor to Dr. Morris Office Hours same as Those of Lr. Morris Phone Residence 153; Office 19 INSURANCE 30 Old Line Companies. Plra Insurance a 3peclalty Adam Wagner & Son Also writes Tornado. Sick, Health Accident Insurance. Office-Corner Main and bridge Streets. Miller-Harris Furniture Compart FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Special attention given to the iroir hand M?KK.f,e,veory unersU detail. Day phone 850 Night 71 2r. Ueldlng. Mich. I. S.MORRIS M.D. Detroit, - - Mich. Residence 1988 Woodward Ave. Office hour t to 11 t. m. Down town c (flee 612 Cm Bid. Offico hours I to 4 p. m. Toloopbon. Boll Maiat 4674. G. B. Rawdon, D. D. S. Succeiior to W. A. LItle Office In Wallace Block Office hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 Graduate of Michigan University 5 CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 5 and savin&rs books IssumI lv RanHn- Bank read this wav: ntiMt urin paid hereon at the following rates per nnum. 3 per cent if left three months. 4 per cent if left six months. 5 ycr cent if left one year." V ouldn't you rather possess one han have vour mnnpv I vi n t.uA A. drawing less interest? ould like to talk with you about it .5 SHELL'S BANK Sk HONEY TO LOAN I Y THK.... Oeldlnjc Bulldlne nnd Loan Association To hoe who wish to build a house o pty o f your mortgage; or In buyln? a home already built on easy terms of monthly Install ment. For particulars call at their office. Then oothlsfir better in nMin or lnye'mont than stock In the-. Bel ling isuiidiog and lan. Stock of hloh.Serte No. 69, Is now rper. nil. A. WAGNER, Scc'y. For bowel comnlatnts In child rin 1. 1 wavs srive Chamberlain's ilnUo. rhni. era and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil. It h certain to ell ect a cure and when reduced with water and awxtn. ed is pleasent to take. No physcian can prescribe a better remeny. For sale by all dealers.