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COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
(OFFICIAL)
Council Chamber, Friday, Dec 1, 1911.
Meeting called to order by Mayor
Kales, Roll Call, Present: Mayor Fales,
Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson, Knapp,
Menkee, Skellenger 6, Absent Aid.
Hull. Minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
Moved by Aid. Menkee, seconded by
Aid. Skellenger that the City Clerk be
authorized to draw orders on the City
Treasurer to defray expenses of witnes
ei In the suit of Belding versus County
Board of Supervisors of Ionia County,
Michigan. Which motion prevailed.
Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson,
Knapp, Menkee, Skellenger 6, Nays
0.
Moved by Aid. Gildemeister, second
ed by Aid. Menkee that the following
resolutions be adopted. Which motion
prevailed.
Whereas a special assessment has
been levied for the construction of a
certain sewer within "Sewer District
known as subdivision E. of Sewer Dis
trict No. 2 of the City of Belding,"
which sicial assessment is levied for
the purpose of paying the costs and ex
penses of laying and constructing a
sewer commencing at a point on the
center line of Kast Ann street about
two rods East of the South-west corner
of Lot No. 19, of Gooding's Addition to
the City of Belding, thence running
West along the center line of East Ann
street to about the middle of Lot No.
79 of Broas's Second Addition to the
City of Belding, and connecting with
the sewer already constructed and for
the benefits received to said "Subdivi
sion E. of Sewer District No. 2" from
the construction of other sewers in said
"Sewer District No. 2, of the City of
Belding."
Whereas, It is deemed advisable to
raise certain sums of money by loan
in anticipation pf the receipts from said
special a-sessment for the purpose of
defraying the cost of such improvement;
and for rebating pro rata those lots and
premises in "Sewer District No. 2, of
the City of Belding," which have been
assessed for the construction of sewers
from which "Subdivision E of Sewer
District No. 2" derives benefits.
Now Therefore Be It Resolved; by
the Common Council that the Mayors
and City Clerk, be authorized to raise
by loan in anticipation of the receipts of
said special assessment the sum of
Four Hundred and Eighty -six Dollars
and Sixteen cents, ($186.16) in addition
to the amount heretofore authorized to
be raised by loan, which said sum,
when so raised shall be for the purpose
of rebating pro rata all of the lots and
premises heretofore assessed in "Sewer
District No. 2, of the City of Belding,"
for the construction of sewers front
which "Subdivision E. of Sewer Dis
trict No. 2" derives benefits and;
t Be It Further Resolved; that the
Mayor and City Clerk, be and hereby
Authorized in the name of the City of
Welding, to execute the necessary
Promissory Note or Notes, in such an
amount and payable at such a time as
by them may be deemed advisable, as
authorized by "Section 19, of Chapter
29 of the Charter of the City of Beld-
Ing." Dated this 1st day of December,
T "A. D. 1911.
J Whereas, a special assessment has
been levied for the construction of a
certain sewer within a "Sewer District
known as Subdivision F." of "Sewer
District No. 2" of the City of Belding,
. which assessment is levied for the pur-
IS 1 . A 1 1
' pose oi paying me cos is anu expenses
of laying and constructing a sewer
commencing at the point ol intersection
of the center lines of East Division
street and James street thence, running
West on the center line of East Divis
ion street and connecting with the
ewer already constructed on East
'-'Division street to about the point of
the center line of Alderman street, and
for the benefits received to said ' district
- from the construction of other sewers
m ii said "Sewer District No. 2, of the
City of Belding," and;
Whereas, it is deemed advisable to
yalse certain sums of money by loan in
' 'anticipation of the receipts from said
' fbsessment for th6 purpose of defraying
hie cost of such improvement; and for
bating pro rata those lots and premis-
It rn "Sewer District No. 2" of the
tfty of Belding, which have been
Lssessed for the construction of sewers
'rom which "Subdivision F., of Sewer
restrict No. 2" derives benefits.
Tow Therefore Be It Resolved; by
iramon Council that the Mayor
City Clerk, be authorized to raise
ywt
by loan in anticipation of the receipts
of said special assessment the sum of
Two Hundred and Twenty-two Dollar.
and Ninety-two cents, ($222.92) in ad
dition to the amount heretofore author
ized to be raised by loan, which said
sum, when so raised shall be for the
purpose of rebating pro rata all of" the
lots and premises heretofore assessed in
"Sewer District No. 2" of the City of
Belding, for the construction of sewers
from which "Subdivision F. of Sewer
District No. 2," derives benefits and;
Be It Further Resolved; that the
Mayor and City Clerk be and hereby
authorized to execute in the name of
the City of Belding the necessary
Promissoty Note or Notes, in such an
amount and payable at such a time as
by them may be deemed advisable, as
authorized by "Section 19, of Chapter
29 of the Charter of the City of Beld
ing." Dated this 1st day December, A.
D. 1911.
Whereas, a special assessment has
been levied for the construction of a
certain sewer within "Sewer District,"
known as "Lateral D. of Sewer Dis
trict No. 2, of the City of Belding,"
which assessment is levied for the pur
pose of paying the costs and expenses
of laying and constructing a sewer
commencing at a point on the center
line of South Broas street just south of
the South-west corner of Lot No. 26 of
Broas's Second Addition to the City of
Belding, and thence running North on
the said center line of South Broas
street to connect with the sewer already
constructed on West Division street,
and for the benefits received to said
district from the construction of other
sewers in said "Sewer District No. 2,
of the City of Belding."
Whereas, it is deemed advisable to
raise certain sums of money by loan in
anticipation of the receipts from said
special assessment for the purpose of de
fraying the cost of such improvement;
and for rebating pro rata those lots and
premises in "Sewer District No. 2, of
the City of Belding," which have been
assessed for the construction of sewers
from which "Lateral D., of Sewer Dis
trict No. 2" derives benefits.
Now Therefore Be It Resolved; by
the Common Council, that the Mayor
and City Clerk, be authorized to raise
by loan in anticipation of the receipts
of said special assessment the sum of
Two Hundred and Two Dollars, and
Ninety-four Cents, ($202.94) in addition
to the amount heretofore authorized to
be raised by loan, which said sum1
when so raised shall be for the purpose
of rebating pro rata all of the lots and
premises heretofore assessed in "Sewer
District No. 2, of the City of Belding,"
for the construction of sewers from
which "Lateral D. of Sewer District
No. 2" derives benefits and;
Be It Further Resolved; that the
Mayor and City Clerk, be and are here
by authorized in the name of the City
of Belding, to execute the necessary
Promissory Note or Notes, in such an
amount and payable at such a time as
by them may be deemed advisable, as
authorized by "Section 19, of Chapter
29 of the Charter of the City of Beld
ing." Dated this 1st day of December,
A. D. 1911.
Moved by Aid. Skellenger, seconded
by Aid. Hudson that the following
City Bills be allowed and paid. Which
motion prevailed. Yeas Aid. Gilde
meister, Hudson, Knapp, Menkee,
Skellenger 5, Nays 0.
L. C. Upson Co., Coal for Mrs.
Wm. Barton 1.20
John Antclltf, Labor on Streets 3.50
H. J. Connell, PaintforCity
Hospital 3.98
Wm. F. Sandell, Insurance on
Hose House & Contents. . 15.80
Frank Rogers, Labor 21.00
F. L. Spencer, Making out Tax
Roll 67.50
J. T. Angel!, Making out Tax
Roll 75.00
B. C. Curtis, Making out Tax
Roll 79.50
Spencer E. L. A Pr. Co., City
Lights for Nov. . . . 226.92
Moved by Aid. Skellenger, seconded
by Aid. Gildemeister that the follow
ing bills as recommended by the Board
of Water Commissioners be allowed
and paid. Which motion pjevailed.
Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson,
Knapp, Menkee, Skellenger 5, Nays
0.
Claud Moore, Labor on Mains. .$ .70
E. E. Fales, Carting tools &
Pipe 1.50
Spencer E. & Pr. Co., Lights at
Pump Station 3.80
E. G. Cottrell, Hauling Coal. . . 5.86
(DffiS(B
U popular wkcrcTcx known, bcc&ca
Sold only jnitrJhl paxkigc.
Aroma and strength prcstrrcd.
No chanca for dust and dirt to
spoil it,
Tha prisa It a great tsnrj b
ercTjr fesiao
Hlh-cda CcSsa at low ce&
Ak'fcrHi, DccHtay other.
7 Ac Christmat
Store
Ms Big
jrtaatS
This year Christmas shopping
has commenced earlier than any
previous year already every de
partment of Herpolshcimcr'a is
lively with Christmas gift buying.
The public appreciates the many
advantages for the early shopper
and by all appearances there will
be no big last week rush as in
years past, because nearly every
body will have purchased their
gift things before the last week
ONLY ABOUT
2 WEEKS HORE
OF CHRISTMAS
SHOPPING
AVL T)AnnrtmntR Crmvried to Their
ity With All Kinds of Things Suitable for Gifts
for Hen, Women and Children.
Ernest Burt, Labor on Mains. . 17.85
Robt. Coukell, Labor on
Mains 20.13
Moved by Aid. Menkee, seconded by
Aid. Skellenger that the Common
Council of the City of Belding do now
adjourn. Which motion prevailed.
Yeas Aid. Gildemeister, Hudson,
Knapp, Menkee, Skellenger 5, Nays
0.
W. S. Eddy,
City Clerk.
THINK THIS OVER
This Offer Should Gain the Confidence
of Most Skeptical
We pay for all the medicine used
during the trial, if our remedy fails to
completely relieve you of constipation.
We take all the risk. You are not ob
ligated to us in any way whatever, if
you accept our oiler. That's a mighty
broad statement, but we mean every
word of it. Could anything be more
fair for you?
A most scientific, common-sense treat
ment is Hexall Orderlies, which are
eaten like candy. Their active principle
is a recent scientific discovery that is
odorless, colorless, and tasteless; very
pronounced, gentle, and pleasant in
action, and particularly agreeable in
everyway. This ingredient does not
cause diarrhoea, nausea, flatulence grip
ing, or other inconvenience. Ilexall
Orderlies are particularly gooU for chil- lleve scalp irritation, to remove dand
dren, aged and delicate persons. rufff prevcnl the hair frora famng
If you suffer from chronic or habitual oufj and pr0motean increased growth
constipation, or the associate or de- ofhaIr. n comes in two sizes, prices
penuenicnronicauraenis, weurgeyou
to try Rexall Orderlies at our risk.
Remember, you can get them in Ueld
lng only at our store. 12 tablets, 10
cents; 30 tablets, 25 cents; 80 tablets,
50 cents. Hold only at our store The
Rexall atore. tkmnell's Drug Store.
Cowan Family Reunion
Many years ago the brothers and sis
ters of the Cowan family met with
their parents lo observe Thanksgiving
Day, they met in this way annually
until twenty-one years ago when they
invited the younger members of the
family to join them. Then they met
at different homes, this year the meet
ing being held with Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Ward of Courtland.
A bountiful dinner was served after
which the meeting was called to order
by the President, A. W. Elsbey. The
same officers were elected for the en-
suing year. They are President, A. W. j
JMsuey; vice rresiueni, airs. iu. j.
Elsbey; Secretary and Treasurer, Mable
Elsbey: Corresponding Secretary. Ger
trude Richards. The following com
mittees were appointed: Table com
mitee, Mrs. E. J. Elsbey; Literary
committee, Mrs. Walter Miles. A
short program was given consisting of
a recitation by Faye Snyder, song by
Darwin Richards, recitation by Loyd
Stewart, some excellent piano solos
were given by Mr. Walter Miles of
Grand Rapids, some of which were his
own composition, Mr. Bert Ward play
ed several selections on the violin ac
companied by Mrs. Ward at the plana
Roll call was responded to by only
thirty-five, this being the smallest at
tendance on record the cause being
cheifly sickness. Only two of the orig-
$tore Is fri acem
'kppig
inal family were present, Mr. John
Elsbey and Mrs. Louisa Cowan, the
latter being the only one present bear
ing the Cowan name.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Peterson ex
tended an invitation for the meeting to
be held with them next year which
was accepted. Many thanks were ex
tended to the host and hostess for their
cordial hospitality. The remainder of
the day was spent in visiting after
which all departed to their homes hop
ing to meet again in another year.
FOR YOUR HAIR
Here
Are Facts We Want You to
Prove at Our Risk
When the roots of the hair are en
tirely dead and the pores of the scalp
are glazed over, we do not believer tbat
anything can restore hair growth.
But, when the hair roots retain life,
we believe there is nothing that will so
surely promote hair growth as will
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic To prove that
statement, we promise to promptly re
turn all the money you pay us for
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, should it not
please you.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, destroys the
germs whice are usually jesponslble
for baldness. It penetrates to the roots
of the hair, stimulating and, by pro
moting circulation, nourishing them.
Rexall 4 OS" Hair Tonic helps to re-
w and tl 00 Ilcmember, you
can obtain it
Rexall Store.
only at our store The
Connell's Drug Store.
VOTERS MUST RE-ENROLL
Amendments To Michigan Primary
Law Requires It
The Michigan primary election law,
requiring direct nomination of candi
dates for certain state and county
officials, was so amended by the legis
lature that an entire new enrollment
must be had. The statue fixed the en
rollment days as the last Saturday in
January and the first Monday in April,
and to prepare for the registration of
names, County Clerk Cook has re
ceived enrollment books which are to
be distributed among the several pre
cincts of the townships and cities.
All previous enrollments under the
new law are rendered null and void, so
that a voter who wishes next spring to
cast his ballot for choice of candidates.
must see that his name is again prop.
erly entered in the precinct in which he
then resides. The books, together with
copies of the primary election laws,
w i'l be distributed to the registration
Pere Marquette to Florida
WITHOUT CHANGE
Little more preparation is required for a trip to Florida than
for your usual summer outing, and the cost is surprisingly low
"The Florida Limited"
with drawing room sleeper direct to Jacksonville, leaves Detroit (union
depot) daily at 10:45 p. m., beginning November 26, 1911.
Talk with your local ticket agent, or write to 11. F. Moeller,a.P.A.,Detroit
Grand Rapids
Mick
Activity
Utmost C&Dao
J
boards who may be named in the city
and townships previous to the days
designated for enrollment.
Democrats, republicans ond socialists
should be provided through their party
organization, with blanks, which,
when filled out and properly signed,
can be under the provision of the law
filed with the township clerk at any
time between or before the dates men
tioned It should be borne in mind
that no voter can vote in the primary
elections for any candidate of his party
for the spring election, unless he is en
rolled under some party name, before
the last Saturday in January, nor can
he vote for any state or national nominee
at the August primary, unless previous
ly enrolled before the last Saturday in
January the voter need not enroll in
April.
Party managers should be looking
up the party vote in each precinct and
getting their enrollment.
GOOD NEWS
Many Belding Readers IIav Heard It
and Profited Thereby
'Good news travels fast," and the
thousands of bad back sufferers in
Belding are glad to learn that prompt
relief is within their reach. Many a
lame, weok and aching back is bad no
more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
Our citizens are telling the good news
os their experience with the Old Quaker
Remedy. Here is an example worth
reading:
Mrs. William Barlow, 411 Beulah
St, Belding, Mich., says: "I have no
reason to change ray opinion of Doan's
Kidney Pills which I publicly express
ed in November 1906. 1 used Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured from Connell's
Drug Store, when suffering from back
ache and other symptoms of kidney
trouble and they greatly relieved me.
Doan's Kidney Pills toned up my
system and benefited me in every way.
I Shall always have a good word for
this remedy when the opportunity
occurs."
For sale by all dealerg. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
On to His Job.
Waiter (to aviator who has fallen
on the roof of a hotel) Want a
room, sir?
Trinidad's Rubber Industry.
Trinidad .expects to have a mlUloai
rubber trees la a few years.
A Terrible Blunder
to neglect liver trouble. Never do it
Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on the
first sign of constipation, biliousness or
inactive bowels and prevent virulent
indigestion, Jaundice or gall Hones.
Teey regulate liver, stomach and bow
els and build up your health. Only
25c at Connell's Drug Store.
We Have for Sale
Farms in Michigan's Hay,
Grain and Stock Belt at
from $10 to $90 per acre
We have a few exceptional values
in Osceola county.
40 acres clay loam, house, small
barn, potato cellar, good drive well,
good sugar bush, H miles from five
jiotato houses, two feed mills and
salting station Price, f'JOO
80 acres clay loam, 1 mile from
same village, large house, basement
barn, granary and other buildings
Price f3,000--good house and lot in
Belding considered.
40 ace8 2 miles west of Belding
Price 11,500
CALL OR PHONE
Little Bros.
i Phone 217 Ofllce over Tuinstra's
IFoloy Kidney (Pills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
R. A. Davt. 827 Washington St.. Connertvlllet
fnd., is in hisKth year. He writes us: 'I hava
atefy suffered much from my kidneys and blad
der I had severe backacnosaud my kidney action
was too freqnent, causing m to lose much sleep
at night, and in my bladder there was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
ind am now free of all trouble and again able to
be v p and around Foley Kidney Pills have mj
ligheat recommendation.
Hiss Has Many Meanings.
Tbe hiss does not always mean dis
pleasure and reprobation. In Japan It
means delight In West Africa tha
hiss denotes astonishment. The Basu
tos hiss In sign of cordial agreement
Among the Kabyles of northern Africa
the hiss denotes satisfaction.
Order of Publication.
STATKJOF MICHIGAN,
The Circuit Court for the County of
lonia: in i;nancery.rj
Myrtle I. Hilkert,
Complainant,
V8 '
Ckude H. Hilkert.
DefendenL
Suit pending in the Circuit Court for
the Countv of Ionia: In Chancerv! In
the City of Ionia, in said County on
me cm uay oi jovemrjer, A. D. lan.
In this cause it annearincr from afll
davit on file that the defendant, Claude
11. llilkert, is not a resident of this
state, but resides in the City of Du
ouque, Mate or lowa.
On motion of Fred L. Warner, solici
tor lor the comn ainant. it is nrlrpl
, that the defendant, Claude H. Hilkert,
cause ma appearance 10 De entered Here
in within four months from the date of
this order: and in case of his annear
ance he cause his answer to the Com
plainant's Bill of Complaint to be filed
and a copy to be served on said (Vim.
plainantTs Solicitor within twenty days
aiter service on mm oi a copy of said
Bill and noisce of this order: and thnt
in default thereof said bill be taken as
confessed by said non-resident defend
ant, and
It is further ordered that within
twenty days the said Complainant
cause a notice of this order to be mih-
li8hed in the Belding Banner, a news
paper primed, published and circulated
in sam county, anu mai sucn publica
tion be continued therein at least nnw
each week for six weeks in succession
or that she cause a copy of this order
to be personally served on said non-resident
Defendant at least twenty days
before the time hbove prescribed for his
appearance, r rank D. M. Davis
Circuit Judge for Ionia County.
r reu iu w arner,
Solicitor for Complainant.
Business Address, Belding, Mich.
a i ics i a irue uopy.
liUia Al. Cook.
w 7
Deputy Register.
NOTICE
to Builders and Investors
The Bslding Building and Loan
Association will
Loan You Money
to build a house, purchase one already
duui, or pay on your mortgage
on easy terms of monthly
payments
A new feature is the sale of a limited
number of shares of stock for a single
payment of f GO per share, paid in ad
vance. These shares will mature at the
same time as installment shares in the
same series issued, and will be paid
iw per snare, and are subject to with
drawal with interest at 4 per cent.
For further particulars, inonire of
ADAM WAGNER. Sec.
M.LOVlSAWOOD,D.C.
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Consultation Free
D'JSINESS DMTORJj
OITV OFFICtKh.
Major William F.andJ
Treasurer . ..W. Iadu Cussei
Clerk W. S. Kddj
Manual James. Meglaley
City Attorney Kred L. Warner
city Health omcer George M. H tan ton
uaucr vi iuo i nice-a., n. iapnaui, Albert j
Aldermen First Ward, Henry Glldeuielster, a,.
n, iiuusuu; neuuiia ntra, ueorice crawrora,
Daniel Skellenger; Third Ward, Frank T. Cod
neli. Albert H Hull
Supervisor First Ward. Fred L. Hpencer; Kecono
". . . ADgeu; iniru vtara. Harney l.
C'urtU.
omsACMaa.
METHODIST KPISOflAt ifmiiM.
rices at 10:80 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. hibtau
iiuwui at ckmc or morning service, rr&jr
Oeetlor on Thnrarti oi.nlii. uw n to
MiiwiUi, Pastor. '
uuuKi!,uATiuAL l'UUKUti-Serrlcea a
0:30 a.m. and 7:80 p.m. Habbatn acbo
1 11:46 a.m. Prayer meeting un Thurad t
venlng. Rur. Kdrik Ooixinm, faster.
HAITI ST CIltjPfTH Rnrir .
ii. and 7 SO p. m. 8abba:b acLool ..cltae . t
uoruuiK service. Prayer meetln Tnuday
ay eveuinr. Kst. Fuamk a. Ikying, Pastor
CIIUKCH OF UHRIhT-Preacblng .n eac
nndaj at 10:80 and 7:80. Gmnainnloi
very lord's Day. C JS. at 8:30. 8.8 a
3 m. Praver Vftln Thnr.i. ....i...
rtev. 1. 8. liuasi no Pastor
KKEK METHODIST CIIUKCH Prayer an
raise KCr Vi CP. lvrn nVlnrV 9 m b..i.
tnc at 7 00 n. m Pravrr m..lln. .tk....
day vemne. ier. J B. Ur!iwold. pi.r
HOLY TRINITY Uiwinn- u...i .v..
Church House, corner l'onrru nH iih.m,,.,i
streets. Sunday serTicea 7:HU and 10 jk a. . ana
7:30 p.m. Sunday Hcbool, 1J:45. Tbursdar and
Holy days, 8.30 a. nr Other services as announced.
AH seats free at all seryices. Kveryone welcome.
The Key. Floyd Kiilii, b. U. Priest in Chajge.
MT, JOSEPH'S CATHuuio-berTlcea at
4:00 a. m and 10:80 a. m. alternately every
Sundav mornint, Kiv. Fr. Ziudubb.
, LATE.R. DAY SAINTS-North Side. Mil
lard Addition, corner of Eager and Moultou
street Sundav arhl at in nn luiii m..t.
Ing at 11:30 a, m., preachinr 'at 7:30 cm.
Prater meet
ting Wednesday evening at 7:30
Everybody welcome.
A. N. Bill Pastor
CHRISTIAN RnirNPn runoru
ar held in Room A over 108 Main street. Sunday
morn in service at 1045: Sunday school at cIom
u iiroriuiijf service. Wednesday evening teatl:
mony meeting- at 70. All are welcome at these
services.
Fred I. Warner
With
Alfred Locke Dwight C. Sheldon
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Offlce: Over Tula
stra Hardware Main St. Beldlnic. Mica.
JAMES E. FERGUSON, M. D.
"practice limited to diseases of the Eye.
Ear, Nose and Throat. Ofllce 613
Ashton Building, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Citizens Phone 9777. Offlice hours 9 to
4. In Belding office" every Satrday af
ternoon. DR. O. P. SMITH,
DENTIST.Ofllce boars 8 to 6 : . Lonr
Block, over Kubn'r hardware store. Bel
llnr Mleb
OSTEOPATHY
J. T. HOOK. D. O.
LOLLIB R. HOOK, D. O.
New Belding Block, Belding, MIc
Phote No. 194
F. W. DORR, M. D.
Office over Benedict's Dru j Store
Telephone Ofllce 47, Home 19
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 10 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m.
INSURANCE
30 Old Line Companies.
Fire Insurance Specialty
Adam Wagner & Son
Also writes Tornado. Sick, Health
Accident Insurance.
Office-Corner Main and Uridge Streets.
Miller-Harris Furniture Compart
FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING
Special attention glren to the proper hand
llneof every Funeral detail. Day phone S60
Night 71 2r. Beldinc Mich.
I. S. MORRIS M.D.
Detroit, - - Mich.
Residence 19S Woodward Ave.
Office kors to II a. m.
Dowa town olflse 612 Gas Bid.
Office hoars 1 to 4 p. sn.
Teleepko. BeU Maisj 474.
G. B. Rawdon, D. D. S
Successor to W. A. UU
Ofllce in Wallace Block
Ofllce hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5
Graduate of Michigan University
5 CERTIFICATES OP DEPOSIT 5
and savings books issued by Sandell
Bank read this wiv: "IntiMt win h.
paid hereon at the following rates per
minium.
3 per cent if left three months.
4 per cent if left six months,
6 per cent if left one year."
Wouldn't you rather posses one
han have vour monev lvlnr m
drawing less interest?
would like to talk with you about it
h SANDELL'S BANK 5
(First insertion, Oct- 26.)
Order for Publication.
OTATE OF MICHIHA V. Th W.),.i. '.,,. .
3 the County of Ionia. At awasioB of said
court held at the probate ofllce, In the City of
lonla. In Mitt mnnlr r Ih. nln.i v. jt
of October, A- D. lull. '
rresent: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judee of
Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
NATHANIEL LATHAM, Decad.
ThurMi M Ijnhim !! f ..m jm
hSTinr filed In aatil ronrt h ntitin - '
r. . - - - .... . iuuuu viiiiui
that a certain Instrument In writing . purporting
to be the last will and testament of said deceased.
Flow nil fllA In ft M rnnrl V,m ,ltlii..l
and thst the administration of said estate be
granted to Tbervxa M. Lapham, as Admlalstrsr
trlx with the will annnxa.i .r i,.
suitable person;
It Is Ordered. That :he tnit.ts a..
ember. A. p. Ml, at ten o'clock In the forenoon,
at said probate office, be and U hereby appointed
for bearing said petllloa,
It i further nrriariuf Thu miKH. .1
of be riven by publication of a copy of this or
der for three successive weks previous to said
dav of hMrin In th It.. Ml-. i. "r
paper printed and circulated in said ominty.
A true copy. judge of iTobate.
Ansa P. Wibstsx, Register of Probate.
Oa.KING'S NEW DISCOVER?
Will Surely sIcd Thst Ccr;i

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