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THE BELDING BANNER
PAGE TEN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1915 1 ooocooooooococt Want Column One cent word. Nothing inserted for lea tban 15c oooooocjocoorooococco WANTED Furnished and heated rooms for light quire Banner. housekeeping. In-Gl-24-tf FOR SALE Good building lot on 5. Bridge street, or will exchange for used piano. Chas. A. Wagner, 320 Wilson avenue. 80-25-tf FOR RENT House on Center street; also corner suite over Hudson's. In quire at 716 Broas St. 82-25-tf FOR RENT Eleven-room house, one block west of E. E. Hudson's store, north side, electric lights, gas: well, city and cistern water, good barn, big cellar. $11 a month. Write or phone W. J. Pollock, Cedar Springs, Mich. 79-25-tf FOR RENT Four rooms over the Spencer Light & Power Co.'s of fice. W. .P Hetherington, agent. 81-25-tf FOR RENT 8-room house with in side toilet, electric lights, city wat er and gas, 709 S. Bridge St., $10.00 per month. Call next door for key. Address or phone at my expense. T. W. Whitehouse, Lapeer, Mich. 9G-2G-3 FOR SALE Poland China Boars of Mammoth Breeding. Eligiglo to registry. Citizens 630-11R. E. F. Tallman, Greenville, Mich. 90-2G-2 FOR SALE Fire wood. Inquire Art Jones, phone 119. 89-2G-tf futi tsALt. uood horse cheap, or will trade for other stock. Wm. H. Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4. 94-2G-3 FOR SALE 7 pigs. 2i months old, $21.00. E. & B. Holliday. 95-2G-2 FOR SALE Cone pulley, several small pulleys, shaft and hangers at Banner office. FOR SALE Baby go-cart and cutter, vacuum cleaner and canned fruit. Marcia P. Ireland, Phone 147. 98-26-tf LOST Saturday on streets, gold brooch pin; reward for return. Mrs. F. M. Belding, phone 262-21-2s. 12-27-2 If oc5 I A SWEATER FREE!! WITH EVERY SUIT SOLD AT $21.50 OR MORE ! v ' '-"' M r - ? I With every all-wool, tailored-to-measure I suit sold at $21.50 or over. I will give I I absolutely FREE a handsome sweater t any style or color. Better see my sam- I pies and the fine Sweater I am able to i give you. f ! 17EAR-U-17ELL SHOE COMPANY ! Z SOUTH BRIDGE STREET BELDING, MICHIGAN Z .yt H4"H4 1' i If you buy Do You Realize That Christ mas is Only Three Weeks From Saturday Are you ready? If not come to the Gift Store and let us help you prepare to make Christmas this year the most joyous day of all. Our stock is one of the most complete stocks of jewelry ever offered in Belding by anybody. , Fine new Goods in all departments, they are of the latest designs and workmanship that can be obtained. We have spared no expense in gathering this beautiful line together, to make your Christmas shopping a pleasure. Come in now and let us help you pick, out your Gift, lay it away if you wish, make a deposit on it and we will save it for you. Do not leave this off until the last few days, when we are so busy that we cannot give you the proper attention. We are only too glad to show our stock to you and we ask you to compare prices and goods and we feel sure of your business. When you think of Gifts think of Willoughby's Jewelry Store. Do not forget our Repair Department, the best in the vicinity. Workman ship combined with service is our motto. Remember that we give Auto Tickets with every 25 cent cash purchase. Yours for Quality, Prices and Service. M. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FOR SALE OR RENT 8-room house at 810 James St., call at house. Mrs. A. E. Tuinstra. 99-20-tf LOST Small 2-blade pearl handled knife. Finder leave at Banner of fice. 13-27-1 FOR SALE Combination bookcase and desk. Macey combination book case, rockers and Morris chair; rug, 9x12; gas stove and refrigerator. Mrs. Henrv Patterson. 311 South Bridge St. 11-27 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS Elec trie lights, gas stove, steam heat, toilet and bath: ladies preferred Reference required. Inquire Ban ner office or 221 Center St. C-27-2 LOST Strayed from the Geo. Phil lips farm south of Belding, three head of cattle, red and red and white. Reward for information, Phone 2G2-3, Fred Thompson. 5-27-1 FOUND In Lloyd's store, purse, containing money. Owner may prove property and pay for adv. 10-27-1 FOR SALE Eight-horse power por table gasoline engine; Belgian colt, three years old in spring. xfa, mile west of Ravell's mill, Morey Raby. 9-27-2 WANTED Position as first-class tamp cook and guide. Ray Van Guilder. WANTED Place to do housework. Inquire 515 Crooks Ave. 3-27-1 FOR SALE Hard coal stove, oil stove and gas heater. Percy Hanks, G13 Alderman St. 2-27-1 WANTED To buy, a cow. J. W. Archer, ter street. good family 03 East Cen 1-27-2 FOR SALE Good winter apples, fine varieties for winter supply. Mark Brown, phone 227. 7-27-2 SUITE OF ROOMS Furnished for light housekeeping; steam heat; modern; 216 W. Congress St. 8-27-tf LOST Last Wednesday evening, a five dollar bill, downtown, or in a store. Finder please return to Ban ner office 4-27-1 it of Willoughby you know it is L. Willoughby SUCCESSOR TO A. B. HULL SCHOOL LIFE (Continued from rag 4) ing, or anything to make them hap- py Care and trouble should be expelled from the minds of all, because every one has something to be thankful for. To a certain extent Thanksgiving should be every day, but since giving thanks is living thanks, then, "Thanksgiving Day" is "Thanksliving Day." Lila Mosher '1G. F. & A. M. Communication There will be special communica tion of Belding lodge No. 355 F. & A. M., .Thursday evening, December 2, for work in the second degree. The regular communication and an nual election of officers will be next Monday evening, December 6. A large attendance is desired. Robert Olds, W. M. Baptist Church News The Baptist choir are planning for another service of song. The title is, The Quest of the King," and will be given Sunday evening, December 19. The choir will be assisted by Iloy Sim mons, singer, and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, reader. The annual church meeting Wed nesday evening of this week, begin ning with a picnic supper at G:30 p. m. Monthly meeting of the pastors Bible class next Monday evening at the home of Dr. Pinkham. Believers in baptism will be admit ted next bunday evening. lhe Mission Circle will meet on Thursday afternoon this week. This is the last day we shall have to work lor our Christmas box. Bring your gilts not later than Sunday. Church of Christ News We are happy and rejoicing in the great victory that we have won for Christ during the meetings held by Robert Whiston and wife. Over 50 have taken their stand for Christ and His church. Let the good work con tinue. We feel that we have a great work before us now. Sunday, 10:30 a. m., the pastor will give a special sermon to the new con verts and members. We hope all will be present. One hundred and fifty in the Bible school and one hundred and fifty is our aim for Sunday. Come and bring your Bible. G:00 p. m., a great Y. P. S. C. E. The evening service at 7:00 p. m., will be evangelistic. Roy Simmons will sing and lead a great chorus. The meeting will close Thursday night with a reception. Remember we take an offering for Roy Simmons so come prepared. You are invited. Announcement I have opened a sani tary Meat Market at 21G North Bridge street, to be known as the North Bridge street market. I will handle all kinds of fresh and smok ed meats at prices that are right. I will deliver any where in the city every fore noon. I solicit your business and will try to please. Harvey J. Currie Phone No. 67 good OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE T THE CHURCHES BAPTIST Divine worship, 10:30 a. m.; Sun day school at noon. Young peoples' meeting at ,6:30. Evening service at 7:00. Young peoples' prayer services Tuesday evening at 7:30. ' Prayer and praise meeting Thurs day evening at 7:30. W. A. Biss, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL Morning service at 10:30. Sunday school at 11:45. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15. Evening service at 7:00. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. A. J. Blair, Pastor. METHODIST Sunday, 10:00, class meeting; 10:30, morning service; 11:45, Sunday school; 3:00, Junior League; G:30, Ep worth League; evening service at 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting for young women in Philathea room and young men in Baraca room Tuesday evening at 7:30. Thursday evening at 7:30, general prayer meeting followed by Bible study. W. E. Doty, Pastor. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Christian Science Society, South Pleasant street. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. "Testimonial meeting every Wedncs-! day .evening at 7:30. j CHURCH OF CHRIST Regular services on Sunday, 10:30 a. m. Worship and communion. 12:00 noon, Bible school; G:30 p. m., senior C. E.; 7:30 p. m., evangelistic service. Mid-week prayer meeting and training class Thursday at 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to all ser vices of the church. Chas. M. Pease, Pastor. FREE METHODIST Sabbath school, 10:00 a. m. Sermon, 11:45 a. m. Song and class service, G:00 p m. i Sermon, 7:00 p. m. i First Wednesday in each month, W. j F. M. society meeting, 7:30 p. m. i Last Tuesday evening each month, Sabbath school board meeting, 7:30 p. m. Regular prayer meeting, Thursday evening at 7:30. J. A. Hudnutt, Pastor. Methodist Church News Quarterly meeting next Sunday morning beginning with the love feast at 10:00 o'clock in the Philathea room. The pastor expects to have charge of both services next Sunday. Remember the serive at 4:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. To this service ev eryone is welcome, but it is run es pecially for those who have been re cently converted and for others who have taken a new stand this fall. We will receive again next Sunday i morning at the beginning of the ser- j vice if there are any who desire to , enter the church on probation from probation, by letter or bv profession ; of faith. We urge all members who do not novv take it ami who do not now have j any religious periodicals coming to their home to take the Michigan, Christian Advocate. We are sure that ' it is more valuable to any believer j than the daily paper. The price is one dollar and a half a year, but by subscribing now one can secure from now until one year from the first of next January for one dollar and a j half. The ladies of the church put on one of their fine suppers next Saturday evening. EMPRESS THEATRE Monday, Dec. 6 16th Installment of "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" Tuesday, Dec. 7 A MUTUAL MASTER PIECE that makes you set up and watch from beginning to end with delight. Wednesday, Dec. 8 Comedy! Comedy! Comedy! MARY PICKFORD in that delightful comedy drama "CAPRICE" 7 big reels 7 big reels of COMEDY Thursday, Dec. 9 Edward Connelly The estimable character Actor in "MARSE COVINGTON" George Ade's picturesque romance of the southland Highest Market Prices raid for Poultry, Veal Calves, Light logs. Hides, Iron, Rubber, Rags, etc. E. A. DAVIS. Smyrna, Mich. W. R. Menkce Photographer Maker of fine . Portraits and View Photos. Studio near City Hall, South Pieasaht Street. ATTENTION EVERYBODY The price of paint is going up the first of the year; un til then I can take orders for spring delivery at the old price of $1.45 per gallon. C. P. REED THERE are many Legitimate channels for spending your money. The Savings Channel is just as important as the meat channel, or the grocery channel, or the clothing channel, and has a legitimate claim for its proper share. Don't .lay aside too large amounts, make them small enough and then keep at it. ANDELI Christmas Shoppers We have on display at our studio beautiful pictorial prints, framed and unframed. These prints are in the soft grays, rich sepias, and tinted with permanent oil colors. Nearly all home scenes. Just the thing to give your friends. Come and see them. KIMHERLY ART STUDIO 816 So. Broas St. Just Received 500 Copies Popular 50c Copyrights All the New Ones H. J. Connell's The Rexall Store. WHY PAY MORE? Haircut 15c Shave 10c Massage 15c Shampoo .... 15c All work guaranteed be first class A. Duyff 212 W. Main to T. H. STEERE ' D. V. M. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon Office at 324 Pleasant St. Citizens Phone No. 32 GEO. D. FORMAN Veterinary Practicioner Dentistry A Specialty Night and Day Calls Attended 721 James Street NETTIE CORRELL Piano Teacher 414 West Washington Street Belding, Michigan PHONE 114 3R Pit. CLKNX O. TOW8LKY Practice Limited to Ere, Ear, Seme and Thruat OFFICES: 604-505 Ashton Bids. HOURS 9:00 to 12:00; 2:09 to 5:00 Citizens 6479 Belt, Main 5141 Grand IUpMa. Michigan Often ' Neglected. Pays Five Per Cent on Time XJEare equipped to take full or partial charge of VV any or all property of professional persons, bus iness men, widows, persons traveling or any one de siring to be relieved of its care and responsibility. Their interests are carefully protected and poverty preserved. Send for blank form of Will and booklet on De scent and Distribution of Property. THE MICHIGAN TRUST CO. Of Grand Rapids, Michigan SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TO RENT $3 to $5 PER YKAR For Safe Investment Masonic Temple Association 5 1-2 per cent Bonds Tax Exempt TtRand Rapids Trust Rdmpahy ROBERT D. GRAHAM President Think of tery Smith Grand Rapids, Mich. When you want flowers for any purpose Largest and best equipped floral establishment in Western Michigan Store on corner of Monroe and Division Ave. Store Phono Bell, 173 Citizens, 5173 COVERT'S Specials for Saturday, December 4 25c Gold Band Coffee 20c 1 5c Quaker Puffed Rice 1 2c 10c Sugared Corn Flakes 8c 10c Dixie Rice 8c fVlT'P'D'T'JC Store Closed Tuesday and Thursday at v- V IrV 1 J p. m, except on pay nights. Belding Corrected Every Wednetday PRODUCE Butter Fat 33 Butter 27 Eggs 30 MEATS Beef, live 4-6 Beef, dressed 10 Veal Calves, live 7-7 tt Hogs, per cwt 6 Hogs, dressed . t , 8 Sheen, live 4 Lambs, live , . ...6H-7 POULTRY Chickens, live , ....8-9 Chickens, dressed 11-12 BANK Deposits. HUGHE. WILSON Secretary Farm Phone Bell, 651 Citizen 6251 6:30 Markets GRAIN Wheat No. 1, white 1.00 Wheat No. 2, red ,1.00 Corn, shelled ..70 Oats 38 Cloverseed 9.00 Rye 85 Beans 3.10 HAY AND STRAW Timothy, baled 13.00 Straw, baled, rye 6.00 FEEDS RETAIL Dairy Feed 1.35 Bran 1.40 Middlings 1.60 Scratch Feed (no grit) 2.00 j Corn Meal 1.50 Corn and Oat Chop 1.55 A I t!