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THE BELD1HG : BANNER
WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU 18, 1916 PACK EIGHT. l T 4 u One cent a word. Nothing inserted r lea i bun 15c FOR SALE A Ow vacant lots on fasy terms Soe Ed. Webster or phono 286-11. Get busy before they are all sold. WANTED I want to rent a pood farm to work on shares with com. fortable buildinps. Hen Dow, lidd ing It. 2. 31-1 8tf WANTED Boarders, men or ladies; also dinner boarders, 222 Front St, corner of Washington. Phone 118. 75-21-1 FOK SALE Thorough-bred Jer seys, registered cows, yearling heif ers, and two-year-olds that freshen in early spring. Got too many, musf sell. Belding Land & Im provement Co. 89-21-tf. FOR SALE Pedigreed Shropshire ram lambs and Big Typo Poland China Gilts. Wm. E. Jenks, Beld ing Mich., II. R. 3, Grattan phone. 54-19-5 WANTED Middle-aged woman to act as housekeeper for elderly I 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 FOR SALE Scotch collie pups $2.00 each. Inquire II. J. Roberts, Fen , wick, R.,R. No. 2. ;5-20-2 FOR " SALE Good hard coal stove. Inquire at Banner olTice. 76-20-tf WANTED Dish washer. Hotel Beld ing, Belding, Mich. C9-20-1 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. . 78-20-tf FOR SALE Seven-room house and lot, good barn, city and cistern wa ter and gas, 934 Masonic Ave. G7-20-3 FOR SALE Base burner hard coal stove, $10; also violin cheap. In quire after G p. m., Edwin Bradshaw, COS Harrison. 87-2l-tf. FOR RENT 8-room house, lavatory down stairs, four sleeping rooms and bath above, new furnace, on the paved way. Inquire 71G Broas, phone 3GS. 90-21-1 Until December 1 wo will pay 2c for pio tins which came from our bak ery. Frank II. Hudson. 83-21-tf. FOR SALE Good hard coal stove. Cheap for cash. GIG Crawford St. 8G-21-1 FOR SALE Fourteen head of young cattle. Inquire Henry Luick, Beld ing, Mich. 82-21-1 400 TYPEWRITERS! ItKUINfiroNSfll. milT!-rilKMlKU$12. Lot Your Chit Iron l,arti Typewriting at lloini luring Vacation. Instruction Hook HtKK. Ask KMl'jtjK Tvi'K Folnimiy, lil Kfil-O. N. Y. U Igw fV AT Bricker's Bazaar All $1.25 Bed Blankets for $1.00 All $1.25 Sweater Coats for $1.00 Ten yards 12c Outing Flannel .$1.00 Two Ladies GJc Outing: Night Gowns $1.00 Two Men's G9c Outing Night Gowns $1.00 Twelve Best Quality White Dinner Plates $1.00 Twelve Best Quality White Cups and Saucers $1.00 BARGAIN PRICES ON ALL DRESS GOODS DOLLAR DAY AT Biicker's Bazaar 203-205 WEST MAIN STREET X I I Sal. z TAILORS and FURRIERS Main Street Next to Gas Office Suits and Overcoats for Men. Suits and Coats for Ladies. Furs Made and Remodeled. Cleaning and Pressing. Ladies bring their old coats we make (hem into a fashionable shape and trim with fur or velvet. i I 0 Fur collar put on your coat for a dollar. Furs at Wholesale Prices. TO LET Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire II. A. Loewe, 307 West Main. 81-21-1 FOUND Pair of nose glasses at sta tion. Owner call at Banner office and pay for this notice. 79-21-1 We want agents in every town. Pro fitable homo employment. Pay weeklv. - No delivering or collect ing. Outfit loaned. Write today. Brown Brothers, Nurseries, Roch ester, N. Y. 85-21-1 FOR RENT Unfurnshed rooms. In quire 409 Hambrook St. 84-21-1 FOR SALE Seasoned pine wood $2 a cord: oak wood. $2.50. Phone 77. Carroll Spicer, 80-21-3 WANTED Two lady boarders, 311 Leonard St. 88-21-2 FOR SALE Four milch cows. E. F. Young, Orleans, mail, Belding R. 2. 91-2M 'It takes more than sunlight to il luminate a shady reputation. A man can't get ahead of the world unless he is born with one. EMPRESS THEATRE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. Lasky Paramount Presents "CHIMMIE FADDEN OUT WEST" starring VICTOR MOORE Friday, October 20. Paramount "GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA" . DUSTIN FARNUM This popular book and actor needs no introduction "by us. SATURDAY," OCTOBER 21 Mutual Masterpicture "THE LOVE LIAR" Featuring CRANE WILBUR ...SPECIAL... Matinee 2:30 p. m. The above is selected for $1 Day. MONDAY, OCTOBER 23. "MYSTERIES OF MYRA" also HEARST NEWS. HEARST COMEDY. HEARST CARTOONS. TUESDAY, OCTOHEU 21. P.lucbird Photoplay Co., Presents "THE GREAT PROBLEM" Starring VIOLET MERSEUEAU WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU 23. Fox Production Co., Presents "THE UNFAITHFUL WIFE" Sons AY ar lay m ANDE Sturpcs-Bowen Nuptials . A simple home weddinp: was sol emnized Wednesday, October 11, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bow en, of Keene, when their daughter, Elva Irene, became the bride of Mr. J. B. Sturpes. The bride was attended by Miss Edith Daller as bridesmaid, and Ver non Sturpes of Ionia olficiated as best man. After a motor trip to'Kalama zoo, South Bend, Ind., and other places of interest, the couple will re sidc indefinitely with the bride's par ents, after November 1. The bride is a graduate of the Low ell High school and the piano depart ment of the Siejrel-Myers school of music, Chicapo. The proom attended the Lowell lliph school and McLach lan Business university, and was un til' recently employed as junior clerk at the Lowell postoflice. Spiritualists Had Campaign Lunch Mrs. Asher Shaw entertained the Spiritualists Aid society and other friends on Wednesday and Friday of last week at a social afternoon at which a "campaign lunch" was serv ed and two dollars of the proceeds were turned over to the ladies of the W. C. T. U. to be used in the temper ance campaign work. The union heartily thanked the ladies of that society for the amount and Mrs. F. P. Hamman says it will be used judiciously. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. are putting good work into the present campaign to make Michigan dry, and can use many donations like this one to good advantage. In after years vicn a woman wants to take the conceit out of her hus band she digs up an old letter he wroto her during their courtship. No Matter How Soiled Any suit brought in on v DOLLAR DAY cleaned and pressed for ONE DOLLAR. Nine Pairs fifteen cent sox ONE DOLLAR The place to buy your dress shirts and neckwear. R UMMIERS TAILORS : BRIDGE 1 ' 111 s,1, "'.wft!cr There will be many Dollars saved by Dollar Day shoppers-not least among the Dollar Day Bargains are our big offers. They are worth the price. JUST LOOK HERE PORK ROAST ..... . . .20c KETTLE ROAST BEEF. ... ... . .14c to45c SIDE PORK . . . .16c HAMBURGER STEAK . . . . . . . .16c SATURDAY DOLLAR DAY ONLY. , WARD & SCHLEGEL, Deposit the Money You Save on DOLLAR BARGAIN DAY and have it work for you 5 Per Cent Interest Paid. Buried in Orleans Mrs. Warner Wheeler, who died at her home near Morley from the effects of drinking carbolic acid, was buried in Orleans Sunday. Mrs. Wheeler was formerly Miss Emma Chadwick, daughter of James Chadwick, and beside her husband she leaves two children. F. & A. M. Communication There will be a special communica tion of Belding Ladge No. 355 F. & A. M. Friday evening, October 21. grce. As this is the first MH degree grce. As this is the first MM degree given here this year it is expected that the attendance will be large. J. B. Cook, W. M. Trip 'Bound the World by Airship The Congregational Sunday school is arranging a unique contest for its members in the nature of a airship trip around the world. The classes will be divided into two sections, headed by Chief Avaitors Norma Loewe and Lee Nason. The side making the trip in the shortest length of time will be given a jolly party by the losing side. It is plan ned to give a certain number of miles for attendance and a certain number for each new member. The full par ticulars will be given out at Sunday school next Sunday and as it prom ises to be a very interesting trip ev ery member should be there next Sun day to start with the crowd. Church Supper The ladies of the Church of Christ will serve supper Saturday from 5 to 7 p. m. Menu: Roast pork, mashed Eotatoes, brown gravy, apple sauce, rown and white bread, cucumber and beet pickles, pumpkin pie, cake, tea and coffee. Everybody come. Bill, 25 cents. adv. FURNISHERS STREET Dollar lay BANK T. H. STEERE D. V. M. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon x Office at 324 Pleasant bt Citizens Phone No. 32 NETTIE CORRELL Piano Teacher 115 E, Liberty St. Belding, Michigan A. A. BIFERNO graduate of the Col lege Palermo, Italy as Master of Music to instruct orches tra or band instru ments. Address 111 V. Main St Cit. Phone 106 Now is the time to have your Holiday Photos Made l or Fine Photographs po to W. R. MENKEE Xear City Hall, Pleasant St. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE i xmawan., ! ps - - - -; - ; Ml 1917 FORD. '-T01IRIE36 CAR To Be Given Absolutely FREE, .larch 31sf., 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 tickets you are to hold until Saturday, March 31st, 1917. We have CUT all outside stores and will give tick ets only to the below. . ! Belding Implement Company, , 4 North Pleacant Street Market Post Bros. Elevator, Belding, Michigan. Specia. For One Day Only Friday, October 20 ill. l ill XkVlVJr' ft . "J l f 1 ffr Orotpnupity. V Our Optical Parlors are with P. S. Wchave a Will Close it out at We also have a Fine Player Piano Worth $600 .Will 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 EASY TERMS. G. W. French & Son Jewelers and Music Dealers. Ionia and Belding. --g , LOOK!- tii i.i 11 1 LmmamJ Sale 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 1-LVv should Take Advantage of this Ray H. Waldo the Jeweler Fine Piano Worth $350, $248.50 r il-. I PHONE 150 So. Bridge St.