THE- ISLZHG BANNSi
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 191G
ij Want Column
1 1 One cent ord.
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HIGHEST market prices paid for
podltry, ejrgs, scrap iron, rubbers,
metal, ras, etc. E. A. Davis,
Smyrna, Mich. 87-44-tf
FOR SALE Six-year-old mare A
No. l; well-bred; reasonable price,
if token at once. Ames & Unger.
FOR SALE CHEAP Quarter-sawed
oak sideboard, pood as, new; also,
new steam cooker, electric stand
lamps, pood carpet and fancy wire
plant stand, splendid bargains.
'Phone 235, Mrs J. W. Wells, 303
TO RENT Furnished rooms, single
or in suite for light housekeeping.
H. A. Loewe, 307 W..Main St.
FOR SALE Pansy plants geran
iums, etc.. hanirinir baskets and
window boxes filled, tomato
x cabbage plants. Tel. 250.
Chas. Johnson. ' 65
FOR SALE 80 acres; 20 acres im
proved. Small house and barn, good
timber at a bargain. Address Alice
Cameron, Belding:, Mich. 74-51-5
FOR SALE Six-room house gas,
electric lights, cistern, toilet, wood
shed, coal bin, basement; corner
lot Ionia and Center streets. Part
payment if desired. E. Ik Lapham.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
on Mainstrect, suitable for two
gentlemen. Inquire Banner office.
PIANO (Factory Sample) an op
portunity for some one to secure
high-grade instrument at sacrifice
rather than return to factory.
Terms. Address: C. - U. Fuller,
Grand Rapids', care Cody Hotel.
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FOR :SALE Three vacant lots, cor
ner Uridge and High Sts. Fred
Sanborn, Phone 84 r. ; , 90-52-4
FOR SALE Five passenger touring
car in good condition. Inquire of
Vern Wright, 321 Ellis A v. 54-50-tf
FOR SALE 20 acres just south of
town New house, spring water,
Mrs. Roy Patrick, Portland, Mich.,
FOR RENT Suite over Hudson's
store and one room under Bracken
& Jonas' store. Inquire 716 Broas
St., Phone 368. 92-53-tf
WANTED Men who desire to earn
over $125.00 per month write us to
day for position as salesman; ev
ery opportunity for advancement.
Central Petroleum Co., Cleveland,
Ohio. , ' 96-52-1
LOST On the evening of May 14,
pair of gold-bowed glasses. Finder
please leave at Banner office or with
Mrs. E. B. Lapham and receive re
FOUND Bar pin; owner call at Ban
ner office, pay for this notice and
get same. 83-52-1
FOR SALE Ford automobile driven
less than 500 miles, crown fender,
demountable rims, one extra with
tre. starter, electric lights. Ames
& Unger. 8-1-1
FOR SALE Heavy
Ames & Unger.
FOR RENT Trail hall over Empress
Theatre. Inquire Mrs. Trail, Sd.
Pleasant St. 3-1-1
WANTED A second cook. Hotel
Herding, Belding, Mich. l-l-tf
LOST Tuesday at River Ridge cem
etery, small pocketbook contaning
money and trading stamps. Leave
at Banner.- , 2-1-1
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Regular services on Sunday, 10:30
a. m. Worship and communion.
12:00 noon, Bible school; 6:30 p. m.,
senior C. E.; 7:30 p. m., evangelistic
Mid-week prayer meeting and
training class Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
iou are cordially invited to all s
vices of the church.
Chas.'M. Pease, Pastor.
FOR SALE Bicycle in first-class
condition, good as new. Inquire
Silk City Steam Laundry. 99-1-1
FOR RENT Furnished room, use of
bath, gentlemen preferred, 117 W.
Liberty. St. 5-1-1
FOR SALE-Light weight mare; also
a heavy mare. See us at once.
Ames & Unger. 93-52-1
LOST Bunch of 12 or 15 keys. Re
ward. Leave at Banner office.
FOR SALE Good folding bed, ma
hogany finish. Mrs. E. E. Falea,
422 S.- Pleasant St. 73-51-2
JUNE CLEARING SALE
Our Annual June Clearing Sale will commence Sat
urday, June 3. Bargain prices will be given on all goods
in the store.
White Cups and Saucers
White Dinner Plates
Boys' Coaster Wagons
Xaundry Supply Goods
Sec Hand Bills for Prices.
BARGAIN PRICES ON
Men's Work Shirts
Men's Fine Shirts
White Dress Goods
Thin Dress Goods
LOST A purse containing 'money.
Finder please leave at Banner office.
Finder please leave at Banner office
and be rewarded. , 98-1-1
FOUND Pair of nose glasses. Own
er call and pay for this notice."
WANTED Young man as assistant
in the Belding Bakery,
F. II. Hud-
FOUNDA pocketbook containing
money. Owner can have same by
identifying and paying for this no
tice. Inquire 812 Alderman St.
Divine worship, 10:30 a. m.; Bible
school at noon; Young Peoples'
meeting, 6:30 p. m.; evangelistic
services, 7:30; prayer and praise
meeting, Thursday evening, 7:30;
covenant meeting, Thursday evening
before the first Sunday: communion
service, first Sunday of the month.
W. A. Biss, Pastor.
Christian Science society, 106 S.
Pleasant street. .
Sunday morning service at 10:45.
Sunday school at 11:45.
Testimonial meeting every Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC
Mass every other Sunday at 8 a.m.,
every alternate Sunday at 10:30 a. m.
Mass every week day at 7:30 a. m.
Rectory residence, 409 South Bridge
Rev. John M. Zindler, Rector.
LOST An auto robe "and small straw
traveling bag containing baby
clothes, a bunch of keys, a baby
pillow and other articles. Lost be
tween Kemp school house and Beld
ing Catholic church. Call or notify
G. M. Smith, phone 223-2. 4,1-1
In The Churches
Sabbath school, 10:00 a. m.
Sermon, 11:45 a. m.
Song and class service, 6:00
sermon, 7:iU p. m.
F. M. society m
Regular prayer meeting, Thursday
evening at 7:30.
J. A. IluJnutt, Pastor.
' Baptist Church, News
Friday evening,. May 26, a farewell
reception was held for Miss' Jenny
Kelley in the church. Miss Kelley
has rendered faithful service in the
church and Sunday school during her
four years' stay here and members of
the church and congregation showed
their appreciation by presenting her
with six silver knives and forks. A
short program was given, after which
light refreshments were served. A
good time was enjoyed by all present.
A hearty invitation is given to the
public to attend the missionary meet
ings to be held in the church Thurs
day evening and Friday, Mrs. G. G.
Crozier. a returned, missionary, will
speaks Thursday evening.
Communion and reception of new
members at the close of the preaching
service Sunday evening.
Chudrens Day exercises Sundaj
morning, June 11.
Monthly meeting of the Pastor's
Bible class meets on Monday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Berry.
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jnoing a thing just once don't help, much. It
is Habit that makes the little things count.
We wish to impress this upon the minds of alL
If you get into the Habit of placing a certain
amount in the bank once a week, you will soon
,be casting frequent glances at your Bank
Book and wonder how you did it.
5 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits
FARMERS ATTENTION wHr
I am selling the very Best of
Paints direct from the factory
to the consumer at a saving
of from 50c to $1.00 per gal
Ion to you.
C. P. REED
Phone 310 215 Alderman
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!','' Church of Christ News
The Woodmen and Royal Neighbors
will meet with us Sunday, 10:30 a,
v in onrn mnnf h W i
eeting, 7:30 p. m. I'TnT n f- CC" '
eveninc each month , Childrens Day program given by
board meeting 7a0 h5 Sunday school Sunday 7:30 p m.
An offering for missions will be taken.
The contest with Lansing will close
Sunday. Let's have 150 present and
we will win. Come!
The Rev. Robert S. Nash will hold
morning, June 4. at 10:30 o'clock. j
Sunday, 10:00, class meeting; 10:30,
.:.. .,..., s-. 11.41 c i
school: 3:00? Junior Lpbip! fi'tfO FnJ.IIoly. Communion service on Sunday
worth League; evening service at
7:30 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.
Jenk's Res tauran t
The best place in town to get
the best board for the pric.
you pay. Our waitresses are
courteQUS, our restaurant clean
cool, and our meals appetizing.
Board per week, $3.50. 21
meal- ticket $4.00. Single
meals 25 cents.
Our Spring and Summer styles of
Shoes, Oxfords and Pymps now open
for your inspection at our store. We
have them in Black, White and
Tan at prices ranging from
$1.50 to $5.50
Morning service at 10:30. Sunday
school at 11:45. ' Y. P. S. C. E. at
6:45. Evening service at 7:00.
Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
A. J. Blair, Pastor.
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You are expected to prepare meals
that will be relished. You are ex
pected to keep the gas and grocery
bills down to a minimum. Then de
mand your rights. You are entitled
to A-"GARLAND" GAS RANGE.
You may be permitted to drudge away in the
kitchen sacrificing time and energy to make up for
the short-comings of a faulty stove. Nevertheless,
you arc expected to preside at the table with a smile
and cheery word for all.
You are entitled to the real kitchen comfort that will be yours with the
"Garland" Gas Range the last word in economy, convenience and reliabil
ity. You can own one easily. Let us explain how.
fielding Gas Works
, Sec Our Special Display
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W. R. MENKEE
Fine Photos a Specialty
Developing and printing for amat
eurs; prices low; studio next to
city hall, Pleasant Street
A Rootl nine room house ,on Han
over street, with lichts, gas and
city water. A bargain if taken at
F. A. BUSH, Howell, Mich.
T. H. STEERE
D. V. M.
Veterinary Physician and
Office at 324 Pleasant St.
Citizens Phone No. 32
414 West Washington Street
PHONE 114 3R
Monday, June 5
Chapter 13 of the "Girl and the
"A FIGHT FOR A FOR
TUNE" Fc aiu r i n g M iss I lelen Holme
Tuesday, June 6
Featuring AVm. Clifford and :' Hetty
Hart. A Mutual Master
picture including animal
scenes by Hostock
Wednesday, June 7
A Wm. Fox five reel feature. See
' ' iosters.
Thursday, June 8
Lasky Feature Film Co. presents
with Charlotte Walker as star. A
Paramount in Five Acts
Friday, June 9
A five-act Paramount
"THE RUNNING LIGHT"
Violet Heming star
Saturday, June 10
A Mutual Masternicture of
A stirring drama of Alaskan Ad
Matinee 2:30 p. m.
;C QELD I N G,M ICH f
For Safe Investment
Masonic Temple Association
5 1-2 per cent Bonds
' Tax Exempt
ItRand RapidsTrust Hompahy
We have taken over the agency for John
Deere Spreaders ajid have recently sold
to Peter and John Schenden, Morry
Clements, Albert Mead, P. W. Tuthill,
M. Loaper, J. McNaughtbn. Ask them
LBIHS IfMEQEHT. GflaPflHV
BELDING. MICHIGAN .
HUGH E. WILSON
- Grand Hapids, ich.
When you want flowers for
Largest and best equipped floral establishment
in Western Michigan
Store on corner of Monroe and Division Ave.
' Citizens, 5173
Sure Results Follow
A Banner Want Ad
Nice Large Pineapples. 24 count ESfh
at per dozen , ' v i.OU
This Store Will be Closed all Day Decoration Day.
rr7TrnpiO Store Clased Tuday and Thurtday at 6;30 p. m.
VVJ' V Ldu A O cicept on pay nf jht. Phone 61.
Corrected Every Wednesday
Wheat No. 1, white 1.03
Wheat No. 2, red.... 1.03
Rye ; 90
1 leans 3.C0
Badcer Horse Feed 1.C0
Beef, dressed : 11-12 I)airy Feed, per cwt , 1.40
Beef, live 5H-7
Veal Calves, live 7-8
Hogs, per cwt .9
Hogs, dressed ....... 11
Sheep, live ...... .'. .", . . . . . . . ..... .5
Lambs, live ...IMS
Chickens, live , 13-14
Chickens, dressed u 1G
HAY AND STRAW
Timothy, baled 15.00
Straw, baled, rye C.50
Middlings ....... . .1.70
Scratch Feed (no grit) .2.00
Com Meal ........1.70
Corn and Oat Chop 1.70
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