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AVOID HARSH DRUGS
Many Cathartics Ten J to Cause Injury to the Bowels If you are subject to constipation, you should avoid strong druH and cathartics. They only Rive temporary relief ami their reaction i harmful and sometimes more annoying than con stipation. They no way ellect a cure and their tendency Is weaken the already weak organs with 'which they come in contact. We honestly Ulieve that we have the lst constipation treatment ever devised. Our taith in it is so strong that we sell it on the p w live guarantee that it shall not cost the user a cent if it doe not give entire satisfaction and completely remedy constipation. This preparation iscalled Uexall Order- j lies. Thee are prompt, soothing, and j inostelleetive inaction. They are made , of recent chemical discovery. lheir principal ingredient isodoiless, tasteless and colorless. Combined with other well-known ingredi-nts, long establish ci I for their usefulness in the treatment of constipation, it forms a tablet which is eaten just like eady. They may. In? taken at any time, either day or night, without fear of their causing any in convcnieiice whatever. They do not griie, purge, nor cause nausea. They act without causing any pain or ex cessive looseness of the bowels. They are ideal for children, weak, delicate iersons, and age I people, as well as for the most hearty irson. They come in three si.e packages, 12 tablets, 1U cents; ;',( tablets, IS cents; HJ tablets, r0 cents. llemember, you can obtain them oidy at our store The Kexall Store. Council's Drug Store. OLDEST TREE IS ON COS It Measures 30 Feet in Circumference and Is More Than 2,000 Years Old. The tallest trees in the world are th Australian eucalypti, which attain an altitude of 4S0 feet. The biggest are the mammoth trees of California, some of which are 276 to 373 feet In height, and 10S feet In circumference at tlw base. From measurements of the rings It Is believed that certain of these trees are from 2,000 to 2,500 years old. The oldest tree in the world Is said to exist on the island of Cos off the coast of Asia Minor. It is several thousand years old, but just how many no one has dared to say. The tree la carefully preserved by a wall of masonry around it, and the trunk Is thirty feet In circumference. Hut there are parts of trees In the form of useful timber which are even older, probably, than any on the stump. Beams in old buildings are preserved today, which are known to be over a thousand years old. Piles driven by the Romans prior to the Christian era are perfectly sound to day, and it Is known that they have been immersed In water for upward of two thousand years. Some woods have remarkably dur able properties when Immersed in wa ter. They decay rapidly on the stump, many rotting In from five to ten years, but when immersed In water they last longer than Iron or eteel. An effort has been made by our gov ernment to preserve woods Indefinite ly by treating thtm with oils and tar products. Already telegraph poles and railway ties have had their average life extended from five to ten years by this process. Harper's. sTati: OF MICH ICS an, The Circuit Court for the County of Ionia In Chancery. Belding Building tc Loan Association, Complainant, Ira A. Moore and Jennie Mooref Defendants. At a session of the said court held in the court house at the City of Ionia, in said county, on the 8th day of 1- ebruary, A. I). 11)11'. Present the Honorable Frank I). M. Davis, Circuit Judge. Inthiscause.it appearing by alll davit on tile, that the defendent, Ira A. Moore, i not a resident of this state, but is a resident of the .State of Mon tana. On motion of Fred L. Warner, So licitor for the Complainant, it is order ed that the amieurance of said defend ant, Ira A. Moore, le entered in this cause within four months from the date of this order, and that in case of his amiearan.ee, that he cause his answer to the lill of Complaint to be tiled and a copy thereof served uion the Solicitor for the Complainant, witn in lifteen days after service on him, or Solicitor, of a copy of said rili, and in default thereof, that said Hill Ikj taken as con I esse I by the said defendant, Ira A. Mtore. And it is further ordered that the said Complainant cause this order to be published in the Beldmg Banner, a newspajer published and circulated in said County, and that sunt publication be commenced within twenty days from the date of this order, and that such publication te continued therein once in each week for six weeks in suc cession, or that said Complainant cause a copy of this order to be iiersonally served on the said defendant, Ha A Moore, at least twenty days Ufore the dale nlove prescribed for his apicar mure. 1'iUN k I). M. Davis, Circuit Judge. Fred L Warner, Solicitor for Complainant, Itusiness Address, Itelding, Mich Kxamined, countersigned, and enter rd by inc. r red M. Cook, Register in Chancery Attest A true Copy, Fred M. t xtk, Register in Chancery 38w6 FOLEYSMOMYTAB for thUdrmnt aaf; r- W opiaf Illinois to Preserve Grounds of Old Fort Chartres. This Stronghold of the French Was 200 Years Aqo the Strongest and Most Costly Fort In America. Chester, 111. Among the appropria lions made by the late Illlnola legla lature is $5,000 for a state park on the site of ola Fort Chartres, near Prairie du Rocher, 111., 50 miles south of St. Louis and between the Missis slppi and the Kaskaskla rivers. In seven years this old fort will be 200 years old and at one time It was the strongest and costliest fort Ip America. Now there Is little left ex cept the outlines of the stone walls, the powder magazine and the two largj wells Inside the garrison, de signed to furnish a water supply m case of a siege. This fort was first built In 1T1B, when it was hastily constructed o' wood by the French under command- ant nolsbrlant At that time It was designed for protection of the French In case the Spaniards came up rrom Santa Fe. A new menace appeared in 1750 when the English became aggressive during the few years preceding the French and Indian war. The English troops were expected to march west and the old fort was torn down to T.ake way for one built of stone This new structure cost about $1,500. 000, far more than any other fort In America cost until long after that date. The powder magazine was built of dressed stone and is still in good con dition. So are the wells, which were Mned with stone. The material war obtained from a quarry four mile away and carried from the quarry to tlw fort site by boat on a lake that has since disappeared. The dressed stones were all numbered at the quar Powder Magazine at Fort Chartres. ry, according to the same system used at this time. In 1723. five yarB after the orlg lnal fort was built, Philip Renault came from Bermuda with his slaves and settled near St. Philip, using the fort for a storehouse and a refuge when the Indians seemed hostile. Fort Chartres was the capital of New France until ceded to England In 1763. In 1778 the fort was captured from the English by Gen. George Rogers Clark, commanding troops under a commission from the gover nor of Virginia. Fort Chartres then became the capital of the great north west territory, and the seat of gov eminent remained there until states were formed from the territory. High water, which occasionally flooded the fort, caused Fort Gage to be built near by. This was followed by the final abandonment of Chartres. When the French ceded New France to the English and the flag of France was hauled down, many residents of that district refused to live under the English flag and went to St. Louts Among the families who moved away rather than live under the English flag are several whose descendente became very prominent In the com mercial and social life of St. Louis Of the several old forts built In the Illinois Bottoms more than a cen tury ago, the only one that has any thing left of the original buildings is Fort Chartres. Under the care of a custodian appointed by the state the place will be made Into a park and preserved from further ruin. ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Scratch and rub rub and scratch until you feel as If you could almost tear the burning skin from your body until It seems as If you could no lonirer endure then endless days of awful torture those terrible nlht of sleepless agony. Then a few drops of D. D. P.. tho famous F.czema Specific and. Oh! what relief! The Itch cone Instantly! Com- Tort and rest at last! T). Ii. TV la a timnl Yternai wash that cleanses and heals the Inflamed skin as nothlnjr else can. A recognlxed peclfle for Eczema, Psoriasis. Salt ltheum or any other skin trouble. We can Rive you a full alae hottle of the genuine r. D. D. remedy for 11.00 and If the very first bottle falls to Rive relief It will not cost you a cent. We also can clre you a sample bot tle for 25 cents, Why suffer another day when you can get D. D. D.t W, I. Bcntdlct, Sore Throat or nouth. When the mouth or throat is irritated or diseased you have the common ailment of bore Mourn or bore inroac ii not quickly cured, you are in danger o Xn trading more serious or even fatal mala dies such as Croup Quinsy, Tonailitis or uipnuiena. ouier rvuieuy wiu cur? Sore Throat or Sore Mouth so quickly, so surelv as TONSIUNB because TONSIUNB is the one remedy especir ally made for that purpose. You'll need TONSIUNB one of these days, or some night when the drug store is closed better have a bottle ready at home when you need it most. 25c and 50c. hos pital! Size $1.00. All Druggists. STATK OF MICHIGAN, I'he Circuit Court for the County of Ionia: In Chancery. Algernon Webber, liattie It. Webber, A Lena Bliss, Complainants, vs Jacob Levy A Company, Nathaniel II. Jewell, their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and assigns. Defendants. At a session of the said court held at ihe court house in the City of Ionia, in aid County on the nth day of reb uary in the year one thousand nine an i id red and twelve. Present the Honorable Frank. I). M; Davis, Circuit Judge. In this cause, it apiiearing to the satisfaction of the Court now here, that the co-partnership of Jacob Levy & Company has been terminated, that t lere is no olllce or agent of the Com pany in this titate upon whom process may be served, and it is not known whether the persons coiniraing such partnership are living or dead, or whether Nathaniel 11. Jewell is living r dead, or where they, or either of them, may reside if living, or whethei uie wue, interest, ciaun, lien, or pos sible right of either of the aforesaid parties has been assigned to any person or persons, or if any or either of them be dead, whether they have personal representatives or heirs living, or where they or some of them may reside, or wnetnersuch title, interest, claim, lien. or possible right of any, or either of them, has been disposed of by will. And it further appearing that the said Jacob Levy A Company and Nathaniel 11. Jewell and the. unknown heiis, devisees, legatees, and assigns are necessary and proper parties to the Above eniuieu cause, and the said Uill of Complaint having been properly verified as required, showing the above facts, and that the heirs, devisees, legatees, and assigns of the said parties are unknown to the said affiant. On motion of Fred L. Warner Solic itor for said Complainants, it is ordered ihat the apitearance of said defendants. Jacob Iievy A. Company and Nathan iel li. Jewell, or the unknown heirs. Jeviseees, legatees or assigns of any or either of them be entered in this cause within five months of the dale of this order, and that in case of their appear ance of any or either of them, they respectively cause their answer or answers to the Uill of Complaint in this cause, to be filed, and a copy there 'll served on the Complainants Solici tor, within fifteen days after service on tuch of them as shall have appeared, of a copy of the said Uill and notice of this order, and that in default thereof, the said Bill be taken as confessed by the said Defendants, their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and assigns. And it is further ordered that with in twenty days the Complainants cause a copy to be published in the fielding Banner, a newspaper, printed, publish ed, and circulating in said County of Ionia, and that such publication be be continued for at least six successive weeks, or that they cause a copy of this order to be personally served on each of the said defendants, their un know heirs, devisees, legatees and assigns, at least twenty days before the time prescribed for their appearance. The Bill of Complaint in this cause is brought to quiet the title of the fol lowing described premises situated and being in the City of Belding, said County of Ionia, and described as fol lows; to wit: The East one-half (1-2) of Twenty-eight (128) acres of land known and described as all that part ' centres rdl Prepare for Better Results The quality of your bread and pastry de pends largely upon the kind of flour you use. It's easy to say 44 ;ack of flour" when ordering groceries, but o produce real results n bakc-day with just 'flour" is almost im possible. Better tellyourgro cer"Crescent flour'and VOIGT MILLING COMPANY Grand Rapids of the Northern quarter (1-4) of the iuruicaai quarter oi necuon Fourteen (14) lying uud being on the South side of the Slate Koad, whic!' runs acrobM the said Quarter, in Town ship No. Might (8) North of Hange Kight (S) West. Khank I). M. Davih, Circuit Judge. Fred I Warner, Solicitor for Complainants, Business AdretM, Belding, Mich. Countersigned by Fred M. Cook, Register in. Chancery Attest A true Copy, Fred M. Cook, Register in Chancery. 386 Stereoscope Coming Back. The old-time stereoscope, the friend of our childhood days Is promised a return to popularity In a somewhat new guise. The old-time device has been hitched to the latest phase of the photographic art and It nay be but a short time before the modernized stereoscope will be teen in the pai lors and sitting rooms of every home as they were once before. The mov ing picture machine has been made available for domestic purposes. It is no longer limtted to the auditorium and the hall, but a new camera, small, compact, and easily operated and aot expensive, places the facility for mak ing these pictures within the reach of the amateur. With the knowledge ac quired with a little practice one may make pictures which will catch the merry twinkle of the eye, the fleeting light of baby's dimple and the little individualities which are lost In the fussiness of the studio pose. Air Supply Turned Off. Charlie Mann, who presides over the destinies of the press gallery in the house of representatives, Is a bu reau of Information for peophf in all parta of the city. They call him ur on the telephone and ask for Lews about everything-going oa In Wash ington. One Saturday, when professional aviators were giving a series of flight on the. Speedway, he got this question over th wire, TVIll you tell me, ax there any air flights today T' "None today," answered Mann. Tha house adjourned yesterday to meet next Monday." The Sunday Magazine. ACT QUICKLY Delay Has Been Dangerous In Belding David P. Corey, 286 W. Washington St, Ionia, Mich., says: "Kidney trouble had so greatly reduced my health and strength that I did not be lieve 1 would ever get well. I am glad to say however, that Doan's Kidney t'u is cured me. I am now able to get around aa well as anyone and my kid nays never bother me. It required the contents of only seven boxes to restore me to good health. A little over two years ago I began to suffer from back ache and I was in such bad shape that ior six xnomns l could get about only with the aid of a cane or crutches. Finally I found it impossible to get about at all and I was obliged to take u mv oeu. My back ached terribly anu a n au irouDie rrom my heart. After I had been in ed about a month, a friend advised me to try Doan's Kid ney Pills and a supply was procured. me contents of the first box made a wonueriul change and I continued using the remedy until I was in good neaitn. I give Doan's Kidney Pills my hearty recommendation." (State- uicnv given xmov. o, lyue.) TJIK CUKB LA.HTKU On May i, 190U Mr. Corey confirm ed the above, saying: "The cure Doan's ivianey nils enected in my case has peen permanent. This remedy Is the uci. uhc k ever used ror kidney dlsor ders and 1 recommend it at even opportunity." J rvi Baie Dy an dealers. Price 60 cenis. rosier-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, New ork, sole agents for the United niaies. itemeniber the name Doan's -and lane no omer. be sure. You arc pro tected by the blue guarantee tag which authorizes any grocer to refund your m ney if you arc dissatisfied in any way after bak ing from the sack. Be fair to yourself and family I Start right this time and see how easy it is to make splendid bakings. Order of Public ition STATK OF MICHIGAN, Tbe Circuit Court for t.ie County of Jonia; In Chancery. Vera A. Abnet, IComplainnant, vs Frank II. Abnet, Defendant. , County of Ionia, SB. At a session of the said oourt held at the Courthouse in the City of Ionia, In said county, on the 29 day of Decem ber, in the Year One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eleven. Present the Honorable Frank D. M. Davis, Circuit Judge. j In this cause it appearing from an affidavit on file, that the defendant, Frank H. Abnet, is not a . resident of this State, and that it cannot be ascer tained in what State or County he, the said Frank 11. Abnet now resides. On motion of Fred L. Warner, Solic itor for the Complainant, it is ordered that the amearance of the said defend-1 ant, Frank II. Abnet, be entered in this cause within Five months from I the date of this order, and in case of I his app arancethut he cause his answer to tbe Bill of Complaint to be tiled, and a copy thereof served upon the Solicitor for the Complainant, within fifteen days after service on him, or his Solicitor, of a copy of the said Bill, and in default thereof, that said Bill lie taken as confessed by the said defend ant, Frank 11. Abuet. And it is further ordered, that the said Complainant, cause this order to be published in the Itelding Manner, a newspaper primed, puuiisned, and circulating in said County, and that such publication be commenced within twenty days from the date or this order, and that such publication be continued therein once in each week for six weeks in succession, or that the said Com plainant cause a copy of this order to be served on tbe said defendant, Frank II. Abnet, at least twenty days before the time above prescribed fo his appear ance, r HANK V. M. DAVIS, Circuit Judge Fred L. Warner, Solicitor for Complainant, Business Address, Belding, Mich. Attest A true Copy, Lula M. Cook, 32w7 Deputy Register. Order of Publication STATE OF MICHIGAN The Circuit Court for the County of Ionia: In Chancery. Klsie M. Scotney, Complainant, vs Herbert M. Scotney, Defendant. Suit pending in the Circuit Court for the County of Ionia in chancery, at the City of Ionia, in said County, on the 2nd day of February, A. D. 1912. In this cause It appearing from affida vit on file, that the Defendant, Herbert M. Scotney is not a resident of this State, but is a resident of the City of Baltimore, State of Maryland. On motion of Watt and Carr, Com plainant's solicitors, it is ordered that the said Defendant, Herbert M. Scot ney, cause his appearance to be entered herein, within four months from the date of this order and in case of his appearaace that he cause his answer to the Complainant's bill of complaint to be tiled, and a copy thereof to be served on said Complainant's solicitor within twenty days after service on him of a copy of said bill and notice of this order; and that in default thereof, said bill be taken as confessed by the said non-resident Defendant. And it is further ordered, that within twenty days the said Complain ant cause a notice of this order to be published in the Belding Banner, a newspaper printed, published and cir culating in said County, and that such publication be continued therein at least once in 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 above prescribed for his appearance. Frank D. M. Davis, Circuit Judge. Watt and Carr, Solicitor's for Complainant, Business Address, Saranac Mich. Attest A true copy, Fred M. Cook, 3G-W6 Register in Chancery. Testing Co'ru. There i?oea another from dt? n-riitIoij of publk t, said the clerk In an aggrieve, gaye him flv pieces of silver lng change, and he tested eve of them to see if it was eot:n right before my eyes. It is onl. ly that people who buy have get enough to do that. Cler'-s alwaj It with coin that customers gave t but that was a prerogative or trade. For the customer to assini.c same privilege Is a usurpation of clent rights. The woist of it Is : people nowadays are pretty n judges of bad money, and every i: while a coin Is refused because . counterfeit. The only way tradcf::, can teach customers the respect t .: them is to turn their own backs In festing money. That has always beer the custom in England. No tradesuisi. over there would dare fillip a coin un der a customer's nose, and as con sequence no customed has ever take that liberty with hlm He Won't Limp Now No more limping for Tom Moore of Cochran, Oa. "I had a bad sore on my : instep that nothing seemed to help till I used Hucklen'i Arnica Salve," he writes, 'but this wonderful healer soon cured me." Heals old, running sores, ' ulcers, bolls, burns, cuts, bruises, ecze- ma or piles. Try it. OnlvicenU at ConndVoDrug fetore. Hrst liwrtliiu Fei. 8th Commissioner's Notice. STATE OK MICHIGAN. Tle probate um fur the County of loiil !o the matter of the exUlu of KDWAKD M. LAMB, efwil. Having b'n hihI:iu1 lointiiLsvloiiem to re ceive, einlnn and adjust all rlalum and 1 uianiUofall person ayaiiiKt bald deceased, we do hereby kWu uoilt-e tuat tour month Iroin the thirtieth day of January, A. It, 1V12. wrtt allowed by aald court for rredllora to prwnt their claim to us tor examination and adjust ment, and that we will meet at the ottice of the HeldlUK Hotel. ;iteldtuj(. lihlxu. In atd county, on the thirtieth day of alarcb. A. L. 1UU, and on the thirty hm day of May. A.l. '.yi2- st leu o'clock In the forenoon of each of tald daya lor the iurpom) of examining and aJjiiMlliiK claims. Paled January noth. A- I. IVlj. F. A, Wa.shbiirn W. P, lletherliiKton ('oiumbwiouera. First insertion February Ut STATIC OF M It'll 11 AN, the 1'robate Court for the County of loula. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Ottice In the eriy of lonla. In said County, on the twcuty-uluih day or January, A. D. Iwl. Present: Hun. Montgomery Webster, Judge el Probate. In the matter of the estate ef WILLIAM 11K.NKY KAHCO, IceMed: ieorice H. Fargo, son of said deceased. Lav I v In if riled In aald court his ietliUu nraylng thai the administration of said estate be granied to (ieorge li. Fargo, or to home other aulleble person. It U ordered. That the twrnty-slith day of February, A. L. lVli, at tn o'clock in the fore noon, at said prooeie omce, be and Is hereby ao oluiod for healing said j.etlilou: It b further ordered. That public notice there of be given by publication of a copy of lb la order, tor three uccesMe weeks vrerlous to aald day of hearing, lu the lieldlng Manner, a neertia)er printed ana circulated iu sain county. L. S. Mo.MoOMEHY WlHhUR, A true copy. Judge of Probate Anna P. Wibteii. Ilegijiler of Probate. First Insertion. Jan. 23 Commissioners on Claims. STATE OK MICHIGAN; for tti Count? of Inula. Tba rrobat Court In the matter of tbe estate of Margaret Drle.no. Decea.wd. Uavlnit uet-n appointed coiniuisMonars to re ceive, examine ana aajiiNi ail claims ana ae uiandsof all persons avalim ald deceased, we do hereby give notice tliat four months rrom the nineteenth day or January, a. I). Wll, were al lowed hr said court for creditors to present their claims to u.i for examination and adjustment, and that we will meet at ucncuct s Drug More, cor ncr of Main and bridge street. Melding, Mlob. n said county, on the nineteenth day of March A. D. 1912. and on the twentieth day of May A. 1). 1U12. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of eacfi of tald days, for the purjxme of examining and adjusting said claims. Dated January 24th. A. 1). 1912. (ifcolUJK W. MOUTON, W.M. 1. UKNEIMCT, (temmlsslonert OSTLOPATHY. j. l nook. u. o. l ot Lit R. hook, d. o. New Heldm? Bloc. Belding, Mlc Phone No. 194 F. W. DORR, M. D. Office over Benedict's Drug Store Telephone Olllce 47, Home 19 OFFICIO HOUUS 9 to 10 a. in., 2 to 4 p. in., 7 to 8 p. m I. S. MORRIS M.D Detroit, Mich. Rldnc 193 Woodward Ave. Offico hour 9 to 1 1 a. m. Down town oifl: 612 Gaa Bid. Office hour 1 to 4 p. m. TtUopboa, BU Maia4674. H. L. Miller, D. D. S Successor to W. A. LUle OtUce in Wallace Illock Ofllce hours 8 to 12 and 1 to & Graduate of Michigan University Order of Publication. STATK OF MICHIGAN, The Circuit Court for the County of lonia. in t;uancery. Nellie liurdette, Complainant, vs. Cornelieus L. Burdette, Defendant. County of lonia 8. 8. At a session of the said court held at the Court House, in the City of Ionia, in said County, on the 29lh day of December, in the i ear One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eleven. Present the Honorable Frank D. M. Davis, Circuit Judge. in mis cause it appearing irom an allldavit on file, that the defendant, uorneucus Ij. iturueite, is not a res ident of this (State, and that he is a res ident of the State of V est VlrKinia. On motion of Fred L. Warner, solid tor for the Complainant, it is ordered that the apjiearance of the said defend ant, Cornelieus L. Burdette, be entered in thisc.iuse within four months from the date of this order, and in case of his appearance that he cause his answer to the Bill of Complaint to be filed, and a copy thereof served upon the Solici tor for the Complainant, within fltteen days after service on him, or his Solici tor, of a copy of the said Bill, and in default thereof, that said Bill be taken as confessed, by the said defendant Cornelieus L. Burdette. And it is further ordered, that the said Comnlainant, cause this order to tie published in the Belding Banner, a newspaper, printed, published and cir culating in said county, and that such publication be commenced within twenty days from the date of this ord er, autl that such publication be con tinued therein once in each week fornix weeks in succession, or that the said Complainant, cause a copy of this ord er to be served on the said defendant, Cornelieus K Burdette, at least twenty days before the time prescribed above for his appearance. Frank D. M. DAvis. Circuit Judge Fred I Warner, Solicitor for Complainant, Business Address, Belding. Mich. Attest A true Copy. - liUla M. Cook. 32 w 7 Denutv Register. We are art -taia ttia. Itchirur IJIowIIaat anJ Protruding Pi laa aaa aJ waya b relieved and a- 1 soiutely eurad by tfcie ointment that wa poaiUvaly gnaranta aatss- lacnon or money rerunded. 60 JSa Dr. A.17. Chasos liox driornr.A.wchiiM a. Micc.iiuffaJo.N.Y.VinimOIir BUSINESS t rUGTPfY orr eeici Mayor Elmer I. Fa. Treasurer Mlchaal Y. t.rbhatl Clerk W. !. Butli Marshal Jasteb. Mailalat City Attorney . Fred I-Warn i ny iieaitu omcer (ieorfe m. tauua uxilcea ol laa lace . B. Ufliaii., Albert I.. Xwucer. Alderiiin rirM Ward. Henry (illdMhelMr. fc. a,, uuuiioa; becoad ward. Clyde A. a, nape. Daniel bkellenger; Third tlard. Ttalle. U. Meuke. Albert tt. Hull. 8uerTlor Klrat Vlard, fied 1.. fp.ucr ,wo.a. naru, j. I. ADfwii; iirl war, fcainar Curtis. MMHUUlsT ZPlsOOfAi- t Ml au u mm ricra at 10:Su a. at. u4 7; i. m. auru cawoi at cioae or atoraiag aerti rrar aieetlaa oa Tanratl ! ii u w Maxwbll. Pastor. CONU KiiU ATION A L CM V RCU M I fico. :10a, at. aa4 7:SOpi.ai. tfaUWatt w ew-' t 11:4ft a. att. fraytr ateaUag m. Tkarvdu venlag. Rav. Koaia Coixixe Pwi. .nT lOp. a Uabha .a aci..- . orniug service. Prayer aieuag TaaiMiar ay evenlDf. CHURCH OP CHKIfcT-PreacBlag t uuday at 10:tu aa4 T:IU CoaiaM;v very Lr4's Day. UK. at su. . a' 1 m. Praver lfttlm Tfe.r.d.. Rct. Paasis A. Baaauxcr. Pastor ff KKK MBTHOOIST caw acM-Prajar aa ( alsa service, alavta clock a. at Preae tf at 7.00 n. aa Praver att'li, afare Tknri- day vealag. I B. UrUwola. pair. HOLY THla lTT U luMIOM.r.t. la Cburea IJuom, coraar Coagraas aa4 A14aruiaa streata. Saaday aarficaa 7:U aa4 10 4U a. as. aa4 7:S0 a. at. Suaday hchool, 11:46, Tfeur4ay aa Holy days. t.K a. at- Otaar sarlea aa aaaaaaa4. All aeaia frea at all service. a?ryoaa waiawssa. laa Kay. WLOiu aasLsa, m. U. Priae la caaugaw HT. JOASPn'M i:iTani.HUfcrirM :tO a. as and 10:10 a. at. altaraately aeary Sunday Meralaa. bt. ra. Zibdlbb. LATTER DAY RATNT Hnrlk .m Mil la.rd Addition, rnraer nf Kiitnti miiiim street Sunday a kool at 10:S0. fMctal saeei lng at 11:80 a, n.. preacalng at 7:10 is as Praver n.eel ting weanesday eventac at i Everybody welcome. A. V. Hill Past' CHRISTIAN SCIKKOB CHTJBCM - Bervieoa are held hi Rntw A over 10 Mara street. Sua4v anoraiaa aarvica at 16 46: Sunrfav eakeel at i)m ef anerniag aervwe. Werfaeadar avaaiM toati: nony meetin at 7 JO. All are welorae at taa service. Fred L. 7arnr Wlta Alfred Locke Iwlgkt C. to fe els a ATTORKBTa AT U"- m . t ola stra Har4wars Mala 9s. Baldlag. Miaa. JAWI9E. rilGUSON. M. D. Practiee limiUd todisiaais of tho Kjo, I3ar, Kom and Threat. Offleo ila Ashton Butldinf , Urand Uapida, Uioh. Citizens Phone 9777. Oftliee hoars t 4. Jn Belding office every Satt day af ternoon. ot. o. . SMITH, nCNTlST. .ffie tit ur Leoaar Blosk. avar Koaa's hard vftvm Vai 'rp Mleh Miller-Harris Furniture Cmpan FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING runi IIHUIIV. (IIIB IU lav T V 1V T llngof every Funeral detalL Day i.koae Night 71 2r. Ueldlng. Mica. M.IOVISAWOOD.D.C. CHIROPRACTOR 218 S. Brid( Street Scientific Spinal Adjumcnts Special attention firoa H jZ chronic and nervous diseases, y and ear troubles, etc. Contultation Free NOTICE to Builders and Investors The Belding Building and Lau Aaanclatinn will Loan You Money to build a house, purchase ano already built, or pay en" your mortgaf on easy terms of monthly payment A new fe&trjra la tht mIi tt a tlm aarl number of shares of stock for a rtntgla payment of 0u ir share, paid la ad vanoe. Theao share will mature al ttta same time as Installment shares la Ih saiae series lssned, and will bo paid 1100 par share, and are subjaat to with drawal with Interest at 4 per eeak For further particulars, inquire of ADAM WAGNfcH. Bas. 5 CEETIPIC1TES OP BffOSIT i and savings books iasned by Ban dell's Bank read this way: "Interest will be paid hereon at the following rate per annum. 8 per cent if left three months. 4 per cent if left six month, 5 ner eent If left one year." W ouldn't you rather pnaseaa erne han have your money lying Id la er drawing leas Interest? Would like to talk with yon aboat it 5 SANDELL'S Ml 5 (Foloy Clidnoy Pills TNIO IN XeTIN - UieK IN RESULT Clva prcnas reUa freta BACKACUC, KIDNEY aaa BLADDER TROUBLE, RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION af tho K1DNTCTS, IKFLAMlf ATIOlf ef taa BLADDOK aa4 an aaaefaig UHINARY IRREOULARmEX A faefalTe too to MIDDLE AQID ana ELDERLY PEOPLE aaa far WOMCTf. HAVE HIOHUT R COO M M CM D ATION . By A yavts, rfl WaUU SIC. CaataaryvUtat UaL.lalit aissMii isax. Ma wruoa at "iaava UtadJ auJlw4 bibm haa baf kJAmt s aauf blad. dar 1 aaJ savara aa-ao4as au4 mrw kl Ifu irmn aaS. mni mm aa 1im J at nltfUt, m4 La asr VJtMm lW was eaaistatS pain. 1 iok Flr (14ir Pills faa s-oa Utha, idu am nw irv v bji wnmwa mum anu aeaa M M np and around, t olev K ldnay lilia Lava mi aigaast raoooaoaaaAaUoa.'