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WEDNESDAY, JUWE 5, 1013. wain Column UU4 Itflll M ( v'n.l.l..... ... i .1. . ii. FOR KENT Suit of rooms furnished for light housekeeping, 216 West Congress-st 75-43-tf. WANTED Empty barrels and half barrels. Get our prices on house and barn paint and roofing. See Clyde Knapp or Luther Kerry. E. J. Knapp Co.," Mfgrs. of Wolverine Elastic Paint and Cement. 41-51-tf. TO KENT Furnished rooms for light house keeping. Inquire of Mrs. V. E. Hubert, over Trimble's bakery. 56-52tf FOUND The best place in Bel ding to get a good shoe shine. Elec tric Shoe Shop, 120 S. Bridge St FOR RENT Suite of three rooms over postoffice. W. P. Ilethering ton, agent. . FOR SALE Reliable 240 egg in cubator. good as new. ' Less than 1-2 price. Phone 128 2L 2S. 1145t2 FOIt SALE Early and late tomato and late iabbage plants. Chas. Davis, 117 Water strct58-52-3 FOR SALE One Oliver Black Hawk two-horse corn and , bean planter, No. 15, nearly new. J. Bates, R. F. D. 4; half frile south Green's church. 47-52-3 FOR SERVICE Berkshire boar, reg istry No. 1231998; 2 1-4 mile? west of Orleans. Fees $2.00. U. LeiteV. 4G-52-4 FOR RENT Seven room house in cluding bath, gas and electric, all modern improvements. Enquire at 313 W. Ann St. 53-52tf FOR SALE Louse proof paint for chicken coops, etc. Guaranteed. Sold at E. J. Knapp Paint Co. plant only by C. A. Dexter. 59-1-tf FOR RENT Rooms for light house keeping. Mrs. E. I. Arnold, 115 E. Liberty St. C6-l-tf FOR SALE Bement Palace six-hole range in first-class condition. Call at 211 E. Liberty St. J. G. Cooley. 73-1-tf FOR RENT Eight room house at 709 S. Bridge St., after July 9, or will sell on a contract with a $50 cash payment and balance in month ly payments like rent, or other terms to suit purchaser. Anyone inter ested call at the house or write T. W. Whitehouse, Lapeer, Mich. ri.,' 68-1-4 FOR SALE Elegant mahogany fin ish National cash register; good as new. Cheap for quick sale. Call at this office. 78-1-2 FOR SALE Hay for sale. Ed. Carpenter. 273-1L-1S. 77-1-tf FOUND Gold bracelet in park. The owner can have same by proving property at this office and paying for adv. 75-1-1 FOR SALE Muscovey duck eggs for sale. - -1.00 per setting. Phone 275-5r. 1-1 FOR SALE Office fixturese, disks typewriter, Ford touring car and a finely- located home on E. Liberty St. Call at this office. : .FOR SALE Cream separator, near ly new. No urther use for it. .Millard Geiser, phone I24-B. CO-52-1 FOR SALE House and lot two blocks from Main street, -No. 313 Alder man street; modern except furnace. For particulars write M. J. Lud- , wick, 124 Moore's River Drive, lirnsing. Mich. FOR S ALE--Some good used Fords at a bargain. Call or see Thos. Morris, Smyrna, Mich. 81-2-3 FOR RENT House one block from Main street. Inquire at 220 East Congress or Rusty Gais. 86-2-tf FOR SALE A good mattress rea sonable. Call at 417 Broas, phone HI 82-2-1 WANTED Cook at .National Hotel. S. L. Lowry. 83-2-1 MRS. K. L. SKA HEN Piano Teacher. 425 Ionia St. - Bel ding Phone 331-R Trucking and Moving I am in fchapeto'do your work in short order. Any kind of a job taken care of. L. H. Browncll Phone 23 Grattan Center DR. E. W .TOLLEY Sptcialitt in Dieas of ts EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, LUNGS EyM Examined for Glasses Call or Write. No Chants for Consultation. 18 Monro Av.. 3d FIT, Grand Rapids. Mich. 14 Years at the above address. . Mrs. Ada L. Harrington Voice and Piano Deep Breathing Voice Building Conservatory with Mrs. E. E. Cook Cijy Hall Telephone 200 Fridays Ja IV. HAHOCn, M. D. SPECIALIST Eye, Car, Hot and Throat Classes Flttd Rasmnstsn Block. Greenville MObr z Harris Embalming and Funeral Directing II. F. Friedly. Belding. Rruce Fafcs, Lowell. . , R. A. Drown, Greenville. . , LicTns 'Embalmers. FOR SALE Buttermilk at 15 cents per gallon. Fox River Butter Co. 84-2-1 FOUND Small prold chain; owner can have same by paying for no tice and proving property at this office. 85-2-2 At The Congregational Church. The pulpit will be occupied Sunday both at the mornirrg and evening ser vice by Rev. J. G. Tate, whq is an excellent sermonizer. Mr. Tate ex pects to remain tthrough this month and will preach 'each Sunday. He is doing special work in the lecture field for the Modern Woodmen and his time through the week is given to calls for his services in different parts of .the state. The officers and teachers of , the Baptist Sunday school meet in the city park Tuesday evening for a bus iness meeting, combining a 'social feature, as well. ' There were 27 present, and a pot luck supper was served. V RETAIN BULL UNTIL TESTED Not Good Policy to Sell to Butcher After Two Years' Service May Prove to Be Valuable. After a young or untried bull has been used two years he should not be sold to the butcher, because-'he may -prove to be a bull of exceptional worth when his daughters freshen. ' Such a bull often can be lent or leased to a man with a grade herd for a couple of years until some of his hclfirs freshen. In this way he always Is subject to recall In case he proves especially val uable. If a man does his little bit on lit tle occasions he will know how o perform when the big occasion comes. Friendly Shirts When it's 80 to 90 in the shade you don't feel right in a coat. Neither will you feel right unless your shirt looks good and is good. We've a choice assortment of .patterns that make a man feel perfectly at home in his shirt sleeves. , $1.00 to $5.00 Fristoe & Divine The New Way Store No Job Too Small When You Vtfant a or IPMOTEK Telephone 319 . I Hang any kind of Wall Covering Paint any kind of Wood, Flaster, Brick, Iron or Cloth. Replaster walls that are broken or falling off. Kalsomine, Fresco, Tint or Paint plastered walls to look right when finished. Clean Wall Paper, Painted Walls. Linoleum, Wax, Hand Polished ' or Painted Floors. Finish Floors or Woodwork in Natural Stained, Grained, Varnish ed, Waxed, Enameled or Hand Polished. Renew any and all kinds of Furniture or Restain and Finish to match your other furniture. Hand Polish, High Cjloss, Plain Varnish or Wax. Any way you like. A SAMPLE JOD IS THE DEST WAY TO PROVE WORKMANSHIP I do 1,000 other things connected with my trades. Glad to have you call me up and make your wants known. It's my business to serve if I can. You have the money and woTk to do, but can't do it. I have no money, can do the work. Let's trade. Common size rooms ceaned, $1.00, during March and April. NO, I HAVE HOT RAISED PRICES. ASK AND SEE. SPEC- ; IAL PRICES ON EARLY.OHDERS. J. I. RiGUffil CHAPPED TEATS ARE VEXO Where Cows YYf rr,jnd In Muddy Yards and Pastures, Teats OfUn Get Wet and Cold. Sore teats of any kind aro very, un pleasant, both to the cow and the milker. A cow having sore teats of any kind does not stand still during milking. She keeps moving about and even kicking. During spring chapped ' teats are common. The cows wade around In muddy yards and even In ponds In the pasture, tho teats got wet and cold, and If no special attention is given to the cows, the teats frequency become very sore. . HIGH-PRICED FEED ANNOYING Dairyman Depending on Profit From Cows for LIvtoQ Must Know Just What He Is Doing. . Now that the cost of cow feed Is soaring skyhlgh and the dairyman is depending On the profit from his cows for his living it Is u self-evident fact that he must know what he Is think ing about. One thing Is certain, tho poor feeder to the poor cow Is not In the race and the sooner he gets out the better, even If he must hire out to work for the inair who knows how to do his ovvu thinking. Dr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Smith left on Monday for Atlantic City, the doc tor goes to attend the national con vention of Shriners as a delegate from tho Grand Rapid shrine. Hefore returning they will visit Washington and New York. When a dog howls at the moon all night it's a 3 gn of an insomnia epi demic. No Job Too Large 1. mwBL : "mi J r 1 ' by . M . I SO TI!E SPEriDTIiniFTS By N. PARKER JONES. (Copyright, 1M. ty the McClurs Newspa per tiyudlcte.) Hugh Waters tucked fittle Mrs. Hugh under his arm. pulled his over coat collar Up tb" keep out the biting wind, and they turned briskly down the snow-covered street toward home. "Warm enough. Muggins?" he asked. "Smothered P was the coughlcg re ply. . "Some party, wasn't it?" he said en thusiastically. "Some party I I should say sol Hugh, wouldn't It -be lovely to 1iave money?" Mrs. Waters sighed softly. "Enough so we could give a party once In a while, like this one of the Hud sons' tonight, and have a house and wonderful rugs like theirs?" Hugh threw back bis head and roared. "We are mighty hard up, aren't we; ludy love? I never realized It so strongly before." Mrs. Hugh laughed too. "Oh, we're not suffering, I'll udmlt, and I suppose lots of people think we-Ve rolling In riches on your salary of ?2,500 u year; but It doesn't reach very far out aftrr frills, anyway," sh nnswered as tlu'y reached their. ..steps. They opened the door quietly to kwp from waking their two little sons, and at their entrance the young high school girl. In charge during their Infrequent nights out, rose from her chair, gath ered up her hooks and with a'thunk you" for the half-dollar her services demanded and a pleasant "Good night!" she hurried away. "Sit down and warm your feet, Mrs. Madam," said Waters. "I want to talk to you little bit." "We ought to go to bed right away, dear. It's late!" Mrs. Hugh demurred. But she sat down' nevertheless, and her husband drew a chair near her. "Kind of cozy here by the fire, I think, don't you?" he asked, and patted her hand4 "Just as nice as the party, maybe." "Nicer, Hugh," she replied. "The best part of going out Is coming home, according to my way of thinking. But we are poor, aren't we? It seems to me that every one In our crowd is getting ahead faster than we are. I wouldn't trade husbands with any body, but I wouldn't mind trading in comes, would you ?v '-'She sighed aguin. Waters leaned forward with u rather strained look on his face. "Well. Muggins,1" he said briskly, "perhaps we can manage the Income hereafter. Gurss what?" "What?" she asked breathlessly. "Hudson took me up to his den to night and guess what he said!" lie stopped Impressively. "Now, Hugh!" she begged. "Offered me five thousand a year to go with his firm.".. His -tono was tri umphant, y "Five thousand!" his Mfe -cried in credulously. "You accepted before he had a chance to change his inlnd, of course?" "Well no, I didn't." he replied slow ly. "I thought I'd better consult you first, as all good husbands do." "Man alive! As if u wife In her right mind would veto such a plan as that!" she exclaimed In astonishment. "Five thousand dollars! Just think of all we can do with' that much money,' If I thought they weren't too tired to be disturbed I'd have you telephone Mr. Hudson before '-we' $ to bed and say 'Yes, IndeedyT" . "I think the proposition will be open till after breakfast anyway," was the dry response. "There was one little condition that I haven't mentioned. Maybe you'd better hear It." "Why, of course," she answered. "But I know his firm Is one of the best In the state. What's the condition?" "Just that I must travel all the time, stopping only a few days In a place, and will only be able to get home to you and the, kiddies once every four weeks, and then only over Sunday, If the trains run right." Mrs. Waters eyes were wide with amazement and her pretty face was pnle. "Hugh Waters! And you hesitated one single, solitary second? I'll never forgive you as long as I live 1" She befcan to cry. "Well, I'll tell hhn tomorrow that I can report for duty on the twentieth, he an.sweredy . "And you're going to accept It?" asked Mrs. Hugh, horrified. "Of course," he replied. "And only come home once In thirty days, and then only for fifteen lujn-, Utes, and leave me and the boys all alone, and Oh, you don't love us n solitary bit!" She burst into tears again. "But you tsald " was his bewildered reply. "But I said what?" "You said you'd never forgive me for hesitating to accept, he cried. "To accept? No, indeed," she an swered. "I said I'd never forgtve you for hesitating." "But, Muggins, there is a better house In it, better rugs, a few dia monds in time, and maybe a car like the Carey's," he answered. "And no Hugh to go with them. No, thsnk you, kind f)rt Tour society is worth more than all the rest of the things thrownln, a million times over," she declared. Mxn's Duty In Life. "It Is for man," says Emerson, "to tame the chaos ; on every side, whilst he lives, to scatter the seeds of science and of song thata climate, corn, ani mals, men, may be milder, and the germs of love and benefit may be cad UpUed." ' M Announcing Our Poultry Contest ' - Banning now, ending October 15th., 1919 ''Raise Poultry and help the Food Supply" Hoover. : More Eggs and Poultry will save Beef and Porb L ,' V " Call for list of Prizes, Rules governing Contest and our -little booklet covering the subject of Poultry Raising. ' ' We wish especially, to interest the Boys and Girls. We pay 5 per cent on time deposits. SANDELL'S BANK In the business more than 22 years. '. I !tnitH'tttititnttt?titttnitti SPRAY FOR PEACH LEAF CURL Diseased Foliage Characterized by Thickened, Distorted and Wrinkled-Condition. (By S. P. HOLLISTER. Connecticut Ex periment Station.) Peach leaf curl has 'been very preva lent in many sections this season. The diseased follnge is characterized by a thickened, distorted and wrinkled con dition of the foliage. The affected leaves vary In color, sometimes being srraylsh, or they may become bright colored. The efTect of the disease Is to weaken the trees because the func tion of the foliage Js Impaired. On badly affected trees the fruit Itself may drop. . ? The control Is by thorough spraying with , lime-sulphur solution In the spring, making the application nt least two weeks before the buds start, growth. It ls'too late to do anything for affected trees this year. The grow er who Is now having trouble with the leaf curl can do nothing but resolve to spray carefully next spring hefore the leaves come out. T ' GREATEST GROWTH OF TREES Manner of Cutting Back Must Be Stud led to Preserve Symmetrical De- velopment Desired. It is well known that orchard trees In general tend to mqke their greatest growth uenr the extremity of the lead ing branches.' In other words, the leaders are the strongest growers and It Is frequently a difficult task to stim ulate lateral branches to grow suflV clently to preserve a symmetrical de velopment In the tree. The manner therefore, of cutting back the annual growth on the various parts of the tree must be carefully studied In or der to preserve the symmetrical de velopment desired. In removing the annual growth from pyramidal trees It should be the aim to cut back to an Inside bud each year. This will tend to make the growth of the tree more upright and more compact, while with a vase-formed tree it should bo the object to cut to an outside bud each year. . . RULES FOR PRUNING , t t Ilules to be observed in prun ing old apple trees are: irst, cut out an crossing j branches. Second, remove all dyad wood. hlrd, thin out brushy areas in Br rder to admit more light and ventilation. i Fourth," never leave a stub. Vhcn a confirmed gossip tells you anything you can make good money i ijottng that it isn to i.KGM. NOTICES MORTGAGE SALE Default having Been made in the conditions of a certain real estate mortgage bearing date the 18th day of September, A. D. 1916, executed by Abram Eddy of Ionia, Michigan, to Tennie Cogan and recorded in the office of the register of deeds for the county of Ionia on the 19th day of September; A. D. 1916, in liber 140 of mortgages on page 358. That in and by virtue of the terms of said mortgage it was agreed that said mortgagor should pay and dis- T. N. STEERE, D. V.;M. ; Physician and Surgeon Or, 324 South PUasaat Street PUae He, S3 C-Jiiae. UaeV. " VETERINARY L.G. WINTERS Auctioneer FniG:sn:nco::::iE I charge all taxes levied and assessed lasrainst the property therein describ ed and should also pay the interest annuallv at the rate of 6 per cent per annum.Tind that in the event he fail ed to pay the interest or taxes or insurance upon the buildings, then after the-5 exniration nt thlrtv dnv the said mortgagee might elect tol treat and declare the entire amount secured by said mortgage due and payable forthwith. That the said mortgagor having failed and refused to pay and dis charge the taxes, interest and insur ance upon said buildings, and thirty days having elapsed sin.'e such refu sal, the said mortgagee hath elected to treat, consider and declare the en tire amount secured by said mort gage due and payable forthwith. That there is now calimed to be due and payable on said mortgage the just and full sum of seven hun dred and fifty dolaln ($750) prin cipal and interest sixty-nine and 97 100 dollars ($69.97), and that the total amount claimed to be due and payable is eight hundred nineteen and 97-100 dollars ($819.97). - By virtue of the nower of sale in said mortgage expressed and pursu ant to the statute in, such cae made and provided, sale of saia premises will be made at public auction or vendue at the south front door of the court house in the city of Ionia on Monday, the 8th day of July, A. D. 1918, at'l o'clock p. m. to satis fy the amount due on said mortgage, together with costs of. such vendue or sale, including an attorney fee of twenty-five dollars ($25) covenanted for in said mortgage. The lands described in said mort gage and included in this sale are de scribed as follows : Lot No. twenty four (24), und the east one-half (1-2) of Lot No. twenty-five (25) of Merritt's addition to the village of Ionia, (now city), according to the recorded plat thereof. Dated at Stanton, Michigan, this 5th day of April, A. D. 1918. Tennle Cogan. L C 2 aimer. Mortgagee. Attorney for taortrista. Business address: Stanton, IXleh. Get Your Potato Bugs With .......... ... BUG For Bugging Potatoes and all Leaf Eating Insects Having bought our present stock of Bug Finish at the close of last season we are able to accept your order for immediate acceptance at last year's prices. As all insecticides have advanced we recommend th it you place your orders now and take advantage of this offer.; .;'-'' ' ' ' ' To .fenCi '' .11 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION N STATE OK MICHMMN The Probate ClAirt Tor the County of Ionia. At a session of said court held at the probate office In the city of Ionia In said county on the eighteenth clay of May, A. D. 1918. I'resent: lion. Montgomery Webster, Jude of 1'robate. In the matter of the estate of Daniel VVeb ter Holding, Deceased. I'hlliip W. Beldlng, son and heir-at-law of aid deceased, having filed In said court his petition praying that the administration of said estate be granted to Frank K. Chase, or to some other suitable-person. It is ordered. That the seventeenth day of June, A. D. m8 at ten o'clock In the fore noon at said probate office be and Is hrby appointed for hearing said petition: It Is further ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing In the Beldlng Banner News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. ' MONTGOMERY WEBSTER, A true copy. Judge of Probate. Anna P. Webster, Register of Probate. S2-3 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION (First Insertion May 1, 1918) STATE OF MICHIGAN The Circuit Court for the county of Ionia. In dlANCXBT. Huldah K. Walker. Plaintiff, vs. Harvey 8. Wslker, Defendant. 8ult pending in the circuit court for the county of Ionia, In chancery, at the city of Ionia, in said county, on the 15th day of April. A. D. 1918. In this cause It appearing from affidavit on file, that the defendant, Ilarvey 8. Walker, formerly resided hi Detroit, which place of residence he left and his present place of resi dence is unknown. On motion of Fred I Warner, plaintiff's at torney, it Is ordered that the said defendant, Harvey 8. Walker, cause his appearance to be entered herein, within three months from the date of this order and in case of his appear ance that he cause his answer to the plaintiff's Kill of Complaint to be filed, and a copy there of to be served on said plaintiff's attorney within fifteen days after service on him of a copy nf said bill and notice of this order; and that in default thereof, said bill be taken as confessed by the said Harvey 8. Walker, de fendant. - And It Is Further Ordered. That within twen ty days "the said plaintiff cause a notice of this order to be published In the Beldlng Banner, a newspaper printed, published and circulating la said county, and that such publication be con tinued 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 the said Harvey 8. Walker, defendant, at least twenty days before the time above described for his sppfarance. ' FRANK D. M. DAVIS. - Circuit Judge. FRED t. WARNER. Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest: A true copy. ELSIE L. 8CHECKER, 49-7-t Deputy Clerk. FINISH DitoOg::: Go Vc:!:n Fn:1 PHONE 310 613 CHARLES STREET.