21 , Nothing inserted r lets tbn I5
On cent a word.
rviv ovur v iew vacant lots on
easy terms. See Ed, Webster or
phone 28G-D. Get busy before they
arc all sold.
FOU SALE A Florence heater, No
f5, and a Peninsula range. Mrs
D. Kumly, 310 West Mary St.
WANTED I want to rent a pood
iarm to work on shares with com
Portable buildings. Hen Dow, Beld
Wff K. 2. 1 3MCtf
FOB SAL; The Claude Spicer
residence on a. linage St., a bar
pain. See Bert Rummler. 51-18-tf
FOU SALEPedigreed. Shropshire
ram lamua and Uig Type Poland
unina uiita. wo. JS. Jenks, Keld
Jng Mich., R. R. 3, Grattan phone
FOR SALE One carriage, $20; one
wuRTgy t.uu;set carpenter tools,
cnegt ana work bench. ?25.00. In
quire bid a. linage, Anna Ashby.
WANTED-Middle-aged woman to
act as' housekeeper for elderly
couple. Must be neat and thor
orughly understand home cooking.
No snap, but offers good home and
good wagesto right party. In
quire 'at Banner office. G2-19-4
WANTEDA middle-aged resDect-
able lady, good cook, wants a place
act as nousekeener. -
Have two well brought up children,
. seven -and nine years old. WouM
like to place in a good home where
there are no children. Would pre
fer Belding. Address or call at
i 208 Leonard St., Belding, Mich., for
i terms. C6-20-1
FOR SALE Scotch collie pups $2.00
each. Inquire II. J. Roberts, Fen-
wick. R. R. No. 2. C5-20-2
MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach the barber
trade in short time, mailed free
Write MOLER BARBER COL
LEGE, 105 S. 5th Ave., Chicago.
FOR SALE On easy terms, good or
gan, cook stove, gas range, center
tables, 9x12 rug, iron bed, sewing
machines, soft coal stove, chairs
and other articles. C. E. Holcomb,
G31 Williams St. 72-20-1
FOR SALE Good hard coal stove.
Inquire at Banner office. 76-20-tf
FOR SALE Hard coal stove, a good
one. Inquire 116 E. Congress
. St.. Hazel Unger. 74-20-1
FOR SALE Twin cylinder "Indian'
motocycle. fully equipped, one sea
son's running; kept at Kiskey's gar
age. Inquire of Clarence bparks.
WANTED Boarders, men or ladies;
also dinner boarders, 222 Front St.,
comer of Washington. Phone 118.
WANTED Dish washer. Hotel Beld
ing, Belding, Mich. C9-20-1
FOR SALE Victor talking machine
and 32 records; cheap. Ola Simp
son, Phone 232-B. 70-20-1
FOR SALE House and lot, electric
lights, gas, city water, good well
and cistern; also large barn. Full
corner lot in fine location. Ed. O.
Johnston, 319 Pine St., Belding.
FOR SALE Seven-room house and
lot, good barn, city and cistern wa
ter and gas, 934 Masonic Ave.
Gayc Drink Uater ,.;
If You Wish to Grow
Fat and Plump
THIN MEN AND WOMEN
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1913
Do You Want to Get Fat and Strong?
JOB WANTED Young man 17 years
; of ago would like a position as
, clerk in a grocery store or' as de
i liveryman. Care Banner office.
It lour CMIdntu Learn Typewriting at Home
ourln acatlon. Instruction l?ook FKKE. Ask
Kmi'irc Tvtk Foundry, i;i fau, s. V. u lew
WANTED Good family cow for the
winter. O M. Ayers ' at Chappie
, flouring mill. ' 77-20-1
Most men wouldn't do a thing
they didn't need the coin.
The more a man gets the more he
wants unless, a police judge is deal
ing it out.
A child's cuteness or impudence de
pends on whether it belongs to you
or to one of the neighbor's.
Special For One Week
Bed Blankets Specials
at old prices notwithstanding the
big advancement in price.
64x74 BED BLANKETS, PAIR. 95c
60x76 BED BLANKETS, PAIR $1.25
64x80 BED BLANKETS, PAIR 1.45
72x80 BED BLANKETS, PAIR 1.50
72x80 BED BLANKETS, PAIR 1.75
BUY NOW !
Outing Flannel Special
Big Stock Outing Flannel now in. Price from
6 cents to 12 1-2 cents pr yd
Eugene L. Volilers
OF IONIA TOWNSHIP
I will very much appreciate the
support of the electors of Ionia
county who favor a business like
administration of this important-office.
Mil. ;):n;i:: ; ; '" ' i '
t. 1 notice, that .Mr. .Lovyrey has. printed upon his campaign card the
,1. foflow.ing: . '
.. "To the. voters of Ionia county: I am"' asking for your support for a
. rfrtcond term, as Sheriff, of Ionia county for the reason that I have con
, ducted -the office in an honest and efficient manner with less help and
i; less expen$e to the taxpayers than the office lias been run in years.
. 41 invite your inspection of the records in the County Clerk's office to
'substantiate my claim.) If you believe in a square deal, and I thin1.;
.you dcvVOTK FOR MB- AT THE NOVEMBER ELECTfON.
, ' .' . . ED. N. LOWREY."
1 I eeling that the, voters have not time to examine the expense re
cords in the County Clerk's office, I have done so, and find the yearly
expenses of the four last Sheriffs are as certified below by (Jeorcre
W. Moulton, County Clerk:
"I hereby certify that the total amount as allowed by the Board of
Supervisors, a appears by the Supervisors' Journal, and paid by the
County for bills of the Sheriff and Deputy Sheriffs only, of Ionia Coun
ty, for the years following:
1WG ,. $ G.4G1.93
1 907 . ... A ........... . 5,908.80
.1011'. 8,125.32 '
1915 ; 12,971.98
Dated Ionia, Michigan, September 28th, 19G. .
GEORGE W. MOULTON, Clerk."
Lowrey cost the county in one year $0,510.05 more than Kales in his
last year, 1900.
Lowrey cost the county in one year $7,003.12 more than Cilley in his
first year, 1907. ,
Lowrey cost the county in one year $4,846.G6 more than Taylor in
his first year, 1911.
What does Mr. Lowrey mean when he says he has conducted the of
fice with less help and less expense than the ofike has been run in
1 ours truly,
EUGENE L. VOHLERS.
The trouble with most thin folks
who wish to cain weierht is that they
insist on drugging their stomach or
stuffing it with greasy foods, rubbing
on useless "flesh creams," or follow
mg some foolish physical culture
stunt, while the real cause of thinness
goes untouched. You cannot get fat
until your digestive tract properly as
simuates me xooa you cat. urinK a
glass of cold water four or five times
a day and take the following prepara
tion known to reliable druggists al
most everywhere, which seemincrlv
embodies the missing elements need
ea dv mo aitrestive onrans to nein
them convert food into rich, fat-lad
en blood. This preparation is called
tonoline, and much remarkable testi
mony is given as to its successful use
in flesh building. Tonoline which
comes in the form of a small non-
injurious tablet, taken at meals and
mixed with the digesting food, tends
to prepare fat. - flesh and muscle
building elements so that the blood
can readily accept and carry them to
the starved portion of the body. You
can readily picture the transforma
tion that additional and nrpvimislv
lacking flesh making material should
bring your cheeks, nllinr out hollows
about you neck, shoulders and bust
disappearing, and your taking on
from 15 to 30 pounds of solid healthv
flesh. Tonoline is harmless, inexpen
sive, efficient. All druggists have it
and are authorized to t refund vour
money,, if weight increase is not ob
tained as per the guarantee found in
each large package.
Caution: Tonoline is recommended
only as a flesh builder and while ex
cellent results in cases of nervous in
digestion, etc., have been reported,
care should be taken about using it
unless a gain in weight is desired.
For Two Days Only'
Friday, Oct. 13ft., and Friday, Oct. 20
I will Test Your Eyes FREE and Fit Them
With the Very Best Lens, Set in Best Gold
Filled Eye Glasses or Spectacle
Frames with a Fine Case for $3.00
Eyesight is Priceless and Every
one in Need of Good Eyesight
should Take Advantage of this
Our Optical Parlors are with Ray H. Waldo the Jeweler
IF YOU ONLY KNEW
that you could have those old bad
ly decayed roots and teeth out
without torture you would not
delay any longer. Ask your fam
ily physician what it means to
your general health to keep a
mouth filled with old roots
discharging pus more or less. We
will take them out for you so
easily without sleep-producing
drugs you will have no tear. We
have many patients from western
Michigan sent by those who know.
We make full sets of teeth with
out plate cpverlng roof of mouth,
which are a great success and can
give best of references. Call and
see us. C. D. Owens, Inc., Dentists.
Dr. J. A. Jarvis. Dr. V. C. J.nrvia
10G Monroe opposite Ilerpolsheim-
i B. . yjVvn iuonaay, Tuesday,
Thursday, Saturday evenings. Sun
day 10 to 1. Both phones. adv.
P. S. We have a
Will Close it out at
Fine Piano Worth $350,
We also have a Fine Player Piano Worth $600
Wilt Close it out at ' $362.50
Fine Victrolas and Records. We have 47
Pianos and Player Pianos in Our Three Stores
and Must Reduce Them at Once. WILL MAKE
G. W. French & Son
Jewelers and Music Dealers.
Ionia and Belding.
E7 1917 -.FORD' T0URIE10 - CAR
To Bg Given Absolutely FREE, March 31st., 1916
Commencing Oct. 1st, 1916, we will give with each
Cash Sale of 25c a ticket.
On all collections during the month of October we
will give tickets likewise.
. On all purchases of Post Bros. Elevator of $1.00
we will give a ticket same as above.
These tickets1 you are to hold until Saturday,'
s We have CUT all outside stores and will give tick
ets only to the below.
Belding Implement Company. .
North Pleacant Strcst Market.
r - Li r. r.r ?f -
fm A Lyj-ij
There are times in the lives of Successful men when
at the bank is of vital importance. But the time to
establish that credit is before its use is required. 1
Establish Tour Credit
with us now and in your time of need we will back
you to the limits of Sound Banking Practice.
Pcrhap3 nothing is calculated to
niake a pirl so angry as the thought
that a young man thinks she would
not resent being kissed by him.
, A man isn't necessarily bashful be
cause he declines to meet his obliga
tions. i But'one doesn't need to be a bontan
jst in order to recognize a blooming
l. : ;
Emmons & Reed
will start their cider mill on Saturday,
September 30 and will press every
Wednesday and Saturday.
Mill located five miles west of
Belding and two and one-half miles
east of Grattan Center. Grattan
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12
A Paramount picture of the fam
ous story written by Robert
t Ilichens and J. B. Fagen
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13
A Lasky Paramount, five reels.
Starring Edna Goodrich. This
story is written by Mar
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14
A Mutual Masterpicture
in five reels starring
MATINEE 2:30 p. m.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 16
"MYSTERIES OF MYRA"
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17
THE BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAY
in this will be seen some remark
able photographic trickery.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18
"THE GALLEY SLAVE",
by the Fox Production Company.
Salzman & Sons1
Fine Line of
Ladies' & Gentlemen's
L. SALZivfAN & SONS
Next to Gas Office
MISS MARGUERITE LAMB
Piano and Voice
623 South Pleasant St
Phone No. 155
A. A. BIFERNO
graduate of the Col
lego Palermo, Italj
as Master of Music
to instruct orches
tra or band instru
111 W. Main SL
Cit Phone 106
Now is the time to have your
Holiday Photos Made
For Fine Photographs go to
Near City Hall, Pleasant St.
115 E. Liberty St.
T. H. STEERE J
Veterinary Physician and
Office at 324 Pleasant St
Citizens Phone No. 32
Youiir Child is, Order
will receive as courteous and prompt atten
, . ; . tion as your own. Regardless of age, sex,
' or creed for each customer receives the only "
brand of service we keep in stock- ,
' : THE BEST
; Mistakes sometimes occur.but all hands arc
here to right them and send you away sat
isfied. Covert's store is now on the paved V
way. . Watch Us. ; .
r,rjVFRT,S St0re C,OSe4 Tuday ndThurday t 6:30p
VV V , ro- cepl oo pay nights. Phone 61.
THE BANNER WANT COLUMNS TH ATS ALI'
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