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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12, 1918.
Want (Column One cent, a wgrd. Nothing inneJ WANTED Empty barrels and half barrels. Get our prices on house and barn paint ana roofing. See Clyde Knapp or Luther Berry. E. J. Knapp Co., Mfgrs. of Wolverine Elastic I'ainUand Cement. 41-51-tf. TO KENT Furnished rooms for light house keeping. Inquire of Mrs. W. E. Dubert, 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. Hethering ton, agent. FOR SALE Reliable 240 egg in cubator. good as new. Less than .1-2 price. Thone 128 2L 2S.- 1145t2 FOR SERVICE Berkshire boar, reg istry No. 231998; 2 1-4 miles west of Orleans. Fees $2.00. U. Leiter. 4G-52-4 FOR RENT Seven room house in cluding bath, gas and electric, all modern improvements. Enquire at 313 W. Ann St. FOR SALE Louso 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 Sc. 06-1 -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. C8-1-4 FOR SALE Hay for sala. Ed. Carpenter. 273-1L-1S. 77-1-tf t i0R SALE Office fixturese, desks typewriter, Ford touring car and a finely located home on E. Liberty St. Call at this office. 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, Lansing. Mich. FOR SALE 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. Inqirre at 220 East Congress or Rusty Gais. 8G-2-tf FOR SALE Buttermilk at 15 cents per gallon. Fox River Butter Co. 84-2-1 FOUND Small gold chain; owner can have same by paying fpr no t'co and prDvir.g property at this iff ice. 85-2-2 FOR RENT Four rooms ver Smith & Whitney's shoe store. Inquire cf Ambrose Spencer, Peoples Sav ings Bank. 90-3-tf FOR SALE Oli "llENT Eight room louse at buy East Center street; modern; also a good bookcase, cans and other art.cles. Inquire at House. Mrs. Hugh Evans. 91-3-2 FOR SALE A good eight-foot ex ;,' tension table. Cheap. Zack Choate, 819 Pleasant street. 88-3-tf 1FOUND A lady's coat near the Riv- er Ridge cemetery. Owner call at this office and identify the same and pay for this adv, 89-3-1 FOR RENT House and barn, the so-called Orser' property. Inquire Beldintr Land & Improvement Co. ' 87-3-tf FOR SALE Good casting rod and two reels. L. M. Berry. 93-3-tf WANTED Live agents to . write automobile insurance in different districts. R. If. Fle;tchei jr., Lay City, Mich. 95-3-3 WORK Work for one or two young ladies who wish to wcik for board or small wages during silk mill va cation. Mrs. Ida Cathcart, 204 Vincent street. 9G-3-1 WANTED Married man to work on farm by the month or year; good proposition to the right party. Ad dress Chas. F: Graff. Belding, jich., Rt. 4. 97-3-. FOR RENT Six room house; share in garden planted. V. B. Travis, phone 195-li. v 9'J-3-tf NOTICE Will party who has my spike tooth drag please br:ng it v home. I need it. W. B. Travi3. 98-3-tf FOR SALE Early and late tomato and late cabbage plants. Chas. Davis, 117 Water street. 58-52-3 FOR SALE Two stoves, oak cup board, finished in oil, two bed- steads, 114 Hanoverstreet. 3-3-tf WANTED Best wages' paid for . dining room girl. Hotel Belding. '. ' , - G-3-1 FOR SALE Seed buciwheat. W. ?B. Travis, phone 195-R. 7-3-tf WANTED A salesman or saleslady 'to take charge of our business in ) this"' locjlitf. Permanent antf ; profitable employment for energetic person. Horse and rig furnished free if desired. Grand Union Tea Company, Lansing, Michigan. 4-3-2 FOR SALE A thce davenport, 3-4 iron bed. gas range, gas plate. Canned fruit and other household goods. J. M. Langston, 423 Pearl streets H :: . 5-3-1 s (or J than I5 jj VAtiTED Girls- for, Jight factory work in good sur--roundings,-8 "hours per day, 5 hours Saturday. Good pay to starts antV quick, advance ' merit.'-fi: National biscuit company, 211 Bond1' Ac.1, N; W.v Grand Rapids, Mich! 94-3-1 FULLERS DASH 'EM YERSEL' ''......,jr,jj.j. , . . .5554 WANTED At once, housekeper for woman alone in the country who works out of doors, or one to pick berries and , get meals. Estelle Warren Doubled Their Quoja. During the time'' that the recent Red Cross campaign was being car tied on )ere, the churches and Sun day schools of the city were asked for '$10 each to carry on 'the work with and as a contribution. A note, worthy fact fs the contribution of the Congregational Sunday school, which instead of the $10 asked for contributed more than $21., We'll say that is showing the right spirit. Help your government and your self at the same time buy War Sav ings Stamps. Get Your . Tickets Now for v the Senior Class ''Claim Allowed" to be given by the members'of the Senior Class . Belding High School, in the Opera House, Tuesday Evening, June 18th. t , CAST OF CHARACTERS Mr. LaFohl, manufacturer of munitions . .Marion Steele Mrs. LaFohl, his wife Elma Jacoby Dabney LaFohl, his son Frank Brooks Ethel LaFohl, his daughter -Myrtle Treat Lillian Carmen, Dabney's fiancee ....... Vivian Steele Tom Bradley, Ethel's patriot Glenn Lambertson Mr. Metz, an American-German Martin Davis Mrs. Metz, his son's wife Margaret Laux Mary Metz, his granddaughter Irene Dorr Mrs. Hohenzollern, a propagandist . . . Melvina Gardner Ifeine Hohenzollern, her brother Gerald Pickard Mrs. Thompson, of the Red Cross Madge Clemons Little Scout, doing his bit . John Wheeler Neb, a black bird . ? Roy Brown Admission 25 and 35 cents Reserved seats a( Hotel Belding extra. No Job Too Small When You Want a or r PWHI Telephone 319 I Hang any kind of Wall Covering. Paint any kind of Wood, Plaster, 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 Gloss, Plain Varnish or Wax. Any way you like. " . A SAMPLE JOB IS THE BEST 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 work to do, but can't do it. I have ns money, can do the work. Let's trade. Common size, rooms ceaned, $1.00, during March and April. NO, I HAVE NOT RAISED PRICES. , ASK AND SEE. SPEC IAL PRICES ON EARLY ORDERS. J.'i. BIGHARDS PHONE 310 '"Claim Allowed." The members of the senior class of the Belding high school have arrange ments all made for, tha vccy.ful ren dition of their class play, "Claim Al lowed," which they will produce at the opera house Tuesday evening, June 18. Read the cUss advertise ment containing cast of characters on another page of this issue. The newly elected mayor of a small town was fond of show, and so he did his best to be inducted into office in weather favorable to gay proces sions. At his suggestion this notice was put into the local papers three days before his installation: "On the occasion of the installation of the new mayor the fire brigade will .be reviewed in the afternoon if it rains in the morning, and in the morning if it rains in the afternoon." National War Savings Day is the stay-at-home's day. Hay - - ' ' i: XXVXIXSX No Job Too Large: 613 CHARLES STREET. Gave Hoys a SendoSf. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Spicer acted as host and hostess to a party o .12 men who came out to their home on Tuesday night and took part in a party which the Spieers gave in hon or of Art Strong, Tom Uracken, Jr., and Al. Cichy, who leave soon for army duty. There were 12 -men in the party, making it a sort of a stag affair. Cards aud visiting were en joyed, after which a fine supepr pre pared bv Mrs.. Spicer. Miss Bsic Waite and 'Spud" Crawford, the lat ter having charge of the preparation of the gravy, was served. Red. white and blue decorations were used and lent a further, touch of patriotism to the Dartv. Cichy and Bracken leave Friday for special mechanical training at Ann Arbor, while Art Strong leaves with i the other draft contingent to go to Camp' Custer on June 24. Kruon-IIouseman. The marriage of Joseph Krupp and Miss Anna -iloustman. both popular and well known young people of Mir. lam, took place at bt. Mary's uatho- 1 c church, Miriam, Tuesday morning at I) o'clock, Rev. Fr. John A. Klich oiTiciatintr. The bride was gowned in white silk, as was also the brides maid, while the groom ana best man wore the usual black. John Krupp and Miss Mamie 'Houseman, brother and sister of the contracting parties acted as w.tnesses. After the mrriage ceremony a After the marriage ceremony a home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houseman, after which the hanny couple left on a honeymoon trip to Cleveland, Ohio, and other points, after which they will be at home to their many friends at their own home south of this city. The Banner-News joins with the r many friends in extending congratulations. Broujrht Son to Court. Eugene Hoppough, garage man at Orleans, was arrested by Special Of ficer Elmer E. Cook, for speeding on Front street Friday night. Hop pouch is a son of UndersherifT Mark lloppough of Ionia and was brought into court here by bis latner. lie pleaded guilty and got off with a licht fine and costs. Hoppough, while admitting that he was going faster than 15 miles per hour on Front street, Friday night, -claims that Officer Cook got the wrong man anyhow, but that, being guilty, he settled' the case. Back up those who are offering the r all buy War Savings Stamps. Tftke a Sunshine Tablet for Thy Stomach's Sae There never was such a marvelous prescription for stomach distress and indigestion as Mi-o-na. No doctor ever wrote a betterone; it's doubtful if any doctor ever will. It's so good that Wortley & French say money back if It doesn't relieve. A woman in Maine calls Mi-o-na the sunshine prescript'on because she has seen so many sour, miserable, aggra vating dyspeptics turned into happy, cheerful, sweet human beings in a few days by taking Mi-o-na. The stomach is responsible for three-fourths of the nervousness and half the misery of. the world. A wo man can have a hrst-class stomach and yet be miserable if she has a husband who is a nervous dyspeptic. If you have indigestion, belching of gas, heaviness after eating .drow sy sensation after eating, sour stom ach or any miserable stomach disturb ance the prescription railed Mi-o-na wfll put you right, and bring sunshine into your life in a week. A large box of Mi-ona tablets cost only CO cents .t Wortley & French's and by leading druggists everywhere. They are small and easy to swallow. Adv. J. W. HANSEN, M. D. SPECIALIST Eye, Car, Nose and Throat Classes Fitted Rasmumn Block, Greenvill Miller & Harris Embalming and Funeral Directing B. F. Friedly, Belding. Bruce Fales, Lowell. R. A. Brown, Greenville. , Licensed Embalmers: MRS. K. L. SKAHEN Piano Teacher. ( 425 Ionia St. - Belding Phone 351-R Trucking and Moving I am in shape to do your work in short order. Any kind of a job taken care of. v L. H. Browned Thone 23 Grattan Center DR. E. VV .TOLLEY Speciallit In Diseases of the EYE, EAR. NOSE. THROAT, LUNGS Eses Examined for Glasses Call or Write. No Charge for Consultation. 18 Monro Av., 3d Fl'r, Grand Raslds, Mien. 14 Tears at the above address. Mrs. Ada U Harrington Voice and Piano Deep Breathing Voice Building Conservatory with ' Mrs. E. E. Cook City Hall Telephone 200 Fridays VE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH ve win ray up to la SO per -t fhmken 1ot)- tH now 0h teat V v rrmni mail, tarkat. hM to W dri suhiert to snxlrr'a r.7'iT,;L'if.niI 0,TrT Highest rrtc. r't fif lit-1 lti M f,A Tl N U f A N D hi LV nin "? 8tmt 'taeltln T7orkt, Inc. Announcing Our Poultry Contest Beginning now, ending October 15th., 1919 "Raise Poultry and help the Food Supply" Hoover. 'More Eggs and Poultry will save Beef and Pork H Call for list of Prizes, Rules governing Contest and our 1 little booklet covering the subject of , Poultry Raising. Wejvvish especially to interest the Boys aha Girls. f . ..." We pay 5 per cent on time deposits SANDELL'S BANK In 8- When Cy Cawkina Is Asleep Life's Closed Incident Except That Me Breathes. "Money la the 'root' of evil." Granted, t you please. N But sometimes you'll find It branchln Into famous family trees. Wheu there's acquiescence to an in Yltatlon to drink It doesn't follow thai aqua-essence will be drunk. LEGAL NOTICES ORDER OF PUBLICATION STATIC or MICHIGAN The Probate Court lor the County of lonla. At a session of Mhl rourt held at the pro bate office in the city of Ionia In said county on the eighth day of June. A. P. 1918. V rresnt: Hon. Montgomery Webster, JuJmS) or rroimie. - r 'In t)i matter nf tli ftjit if Vrpil W. CoTiilon, I.eccasod. Lulu Condon, widow of said deceased, having flle'l in said court her petition praying that the administration of said estate he granted to Lulu Condon, or to some other suitable person. It la ordered. That the ninth day of July, A. D. 1H1H at one-thirty o'clock in the after noon at ald probate office, be -Mi'! hereby appointed for hearing said jetltlon. v It la further ordered that public notice thereof- Ik given by publication of a ropy of this or der for three successive weeks previous in said day of hearing l.i the Heldlng Banner-News, a uewspaper printed and circulated In stld county. Montgomery Webster, A true ropv. Jud'e of JTobate. Anna V. Webster, Keslster of ITobate. Junel2-19-26 jr 7 OROER OF PUBLICATION STATU OK MICH 10 AN The ITobate Court for the County of Ionia. At a sesKlou of said court held at the pro bate office In the city of Ionia In said county on tw fourth day of June, A. 1. 1818. Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of I'red Johnson. Edwin O. Johnson and Newton K. Johnson, Minors. Orrll A. Johnson, guaroian.nr saia esmie, having filed In snld rourt her petition rrayfng for license to sell, at private a;Ue. the Interest of sld estate In certain , real estate therein descrllwd, for the purpose of Investing the pro- reeds thereof or putting the same out at in terest. It Is ordered. That the elehth dy of July, A. I). 191S. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at aald probate office be and Is hereby appointed for bearing sild petition ana mat an rersons interested in sld rsUte appear before a.ild court, at snid tine and place to show cause why a llcenso to sell the Interest of said estate In Siild real estate should not ie granted: It Is further ordered that public notice there of be given by publication of a copy of this or der for't'iree successive weeks previous to said day of hearing In the Heldlng Banner-News. newsp-iper printed nd circulated in aaiu county. Montgomery Webster, JuU:e of probate. A It rue copv. V Anna P. Webster. Keglsycr of Probart?. Junel2-lfl-20 MORTGAGE SALE Default havmp; been made in, the conditions of a certain rear 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. U. 1916, In liber 140 of mortgages on page 008. v 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 OrSc, 324 Soutk PUaae.Bt Street PKo No. 32 OeWiaif. MlrK VETERINARY iiiisi- L. 6. WINTERS fiuctioneer oniEK, 1:13:1. the business nrore thun 22 years. charge all taxes levied and assessed against the property therein describ ed and should also pay the interest annually at the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and that in the event he fail ed to pay the interest or taxes or insurance- upon the buildings, then after the expiration of thirty days the said mortgagee might elect to 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 dolalrs ($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 0.7-100 dollars ($819.97). By virtue of the nower of sale in said mortgage expressed and pursu ant to the statute in such cad 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 1 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), and 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 Arril, A. D. 1918. Tennie Cogan. L. C. Palmer, Mortgagee. Attorney for mortgagee. Basinesa address : Stanton. Mich. Get Your Potato Bugs With ' BUG ,.......,,......,. M ............ For Bugging all Leaf Eating Insects Having bought our present stock of Bug Finish at the cl6se 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 IK it you place your orders now and 'take advantage of this offer. "'Co Goscjp G!c:?" ORDER FOR PUBLICATION V STATE UK A1ICHK;A.N Uhe Probate Court for the County of Ionia. At a session of said court held at the probate office in the city of lonla in said county on the eighteenth day of May, A. I. 1918. Present: Hon. Montgomery Webster, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Daniel Web ster Bcldjng, Deceased. Phillip W. Belding, son and heir-at-law of said 'deceased, having filed In said court his petition praying that the administration of said estate be granted to Frank tt. Chase, or to some other suitable person. It Is ordered. That the seventeenth day of June, A. D. 1918 at ten o'clock In the fore noon at said probate office be and Is hereby 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 toald day of hearing in the Belding Banner News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. MONTGOMERY WEBSTER, A true copy. Judge of Probate. Anna P. Webster, Register of Probate. 52-3 ORDtR FOR PUBLICATION (First Insertion May 1. 1918) STATE OF MICHIGAN The Circuit Court for the county of Ionia. In CHANCERY. Huldah E. Walker, Plaintiff, vs. Harvey 8. Walker, Defendant. Suit 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. I. 118. In this cause It appearing from affidavit on file, that the defendant, Harvey 8. Walker, formerly resided in Detroit, which place of residence he left and hrs present place of resi dence Is unknown. On motion of Fred L. Warner, plaintiff's at torney, It Is ordered that the safll defendant, Harvey S. Walker, cause his appearance to be entered herein, within three months from the date of this order and In case of his appear ii nee that he cause his answer to the plaintiff'! mil of Complaint to be filed, and a copy there of to le served on said plaintiff's attorney within fifteen days after service on him of a copy of said bill and notice of thla order; and that In default thereof, said LIU be taken aa 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 Belding Banner, s newspaper printed, published and circulating In 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 Jiarvey n. vvaiser, aeienoam, si ieasi twenty days before the time above described for bis appearance. , . FRANK D. M. DAVIS, i Circuit Judge. FRED L. WARNER. Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest: A true copy. EL8IE L. HCHEI KKR. 49-7-t Deputy Clerk. FINISH Potatoes and Vdbn Frcni -w-nr-.a --iiv.-'Jii.7.xt wia. - t ... .., t ,r. '' .'in: i