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PAGE TEN WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1919 r r Want Column Un cent a word, ll Nothing inserted (or lesa than Ue FOUND The best place in Bel ding to get a good shoe shine. Elec tric Shoe Shop, 120 S. Bridge St. FOR SALE Clover or timothy hay. Art Werner, phone 2G5 1-L 1-S. Cl-lS-tf FOR SALE On contract, house at 222 Front street, $12.00 down 'and $12.00 per month. P. P. Kyser, 435 Brainard Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich. . . 3C-24-t FOR SALE 120 acre farm. H. R. Chamberlain, Ionia, Mich. 38-35-4 FLOWERS For weddings, funerals, parties and all other occasions. Call Miss Cecelia Honson. Phone 249-3r. , Prompt service and first quality stock FOR SALE Hay, first class Tim othy loose in barn Palmer Bros. 3-32-tf FOR SALE Combination gas and coal range for sal cneap. Bert Gregg. 99-32-tf FOR SALE 3 days old Jersey calves 15-lGths thoroughbred. W. B. Travis, 195-R. . 17-33-tf FOR SALE A quantity of No. 4 anthracite coal. Inquire of Grand Rapids Brass Co., or phone 209. , , ; 46-36-2 WANTED Small Victor or Edison talking machine. Apply at Banner-News office. 54-37-2 FOR SALE One light 1-hcrse wag on, one heavy 1-horse harness, one 2-horse platform spring wagon. P. G. Wright. 66-37-tf FOR SALE 12 acres of land on Kenwood avenue, small fruits. Mr3. Jacob Weaver, 304 West Liberty. Lo-t t-o WANTED A few thousand feet of good dry oak and bass wood lumber. : Belding Lumber Cc. . Phone 8. 0S-37-tf FOR . SALE Dining table, carpet sweeper, hall mirror, child's desk, three chairs, small table, ewjchv Singer sewing machine, etc. Marcia P. Ireland, Phone 1G2. 31-37-1 FOR SALE Two sap pans, one 3x6 ft. 8 in. deep; one 2x3 ft, 8 in. deep - used pno season. Chas. II. Doty. , 61-37-2 FOR SALE My farm two miles west of Orleans. : Inquire of W. A. Cus ser, 213 South Bridge street. 09-33-2 WANTED Second hand cook stove or range, cheap for cash. James Joslin, Smyrna, Mich. FOR SALE Full blooded Collie pup- pies; ready to sell. C. A. Arm , ( strong, R. R. 2. 70-38-3 LALIES Now is the timo and this is the place to have your hair comb ings mane to oruer. JVlrs. s. L. Wn'-lt 114 SIain street. 73-3S-tf ; FOR AlTTo Golden WynZ j d;.ti.i eodcerals; good ctotk, well! m?.vl,c . C G. Bailey, Banner cf-1 FOR SALE Pair black mares, 7 and 11; sound, weight 2,900: cheap. Call 232-R, C. W. Spicer, Belding. 93-39-1 WANTED Three salesmen with autos. Opportunity to connect with large company; will pay $50 and up weekly, commission basis; experience unnecessary training given; references required; mail them, if satisfactory will arrange interview. The Aluminum Cook ing Utensil Co., 1615 Fcrd Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 90-39-1 FOR SALE Horse, weight abcut 1200; 11 years old honest age, good driver and worker. Dr. Stesre. 97-39-1 WANTED Position by married man cn ' farm for summer. In quire at Banner-News office. 3-39-1 ADVERTISED LETTERS C. G. Card. Frank Louden. Heigh Magin. Miss Lizzie Fox v Lueile Gregory. Mrs. Mike Kari Miss Edna Nielson Helena Stout. Fine Picture of Lincoln. Wm. F. Sandell, our "Uncle Wil liam" of the Commercial bank, is tak ir' some pride of an especially fine picture of Lincoln, tne martyWrl president of the United States, which he has on exhibition in a prominent rlace in his bank. Mr. Sandell can well take pride in the picture as it is one of the best that we have ever seen anywhere in this or any other city. v It is fairly safe to attend the au tomobile shows provided you hand over your purse and checkbook to your creditors. WAN'iV.n A .: lie'.-! Bc.V;!ir.; phc::? 2Z0-1. 1 par try U 1 -t;'J li.-.hUin r -., -C. li, J-,hntun, S 7r.-r.-Mf ! own;-must Ik in'" go; FOR iM.V.- a. -Coo J v.:-.; For Sale 8 ROOM HOUSE with 3 1-2 lots and barn, corner Broas and Mary streets. This is a bar gain at .-.'$2,200 6 ROOM HOUSE, with inside toil et, city water, cistern, well and garage on Center street; good location .... . . . . . ....... $1,800 6 ROOM HOUSE, bath room com plete, electric lights, city water and barn on Pine street. A good location and a bargain at $,400 8 ROOM HOUSE with furnace, bath, efectric lights, gas,- city water and garage on Lewis street. Price .$1,900 7 ROOM HOUSE with electric lights, gas, city water and small barn on Leonard street. Price ...f ........... $1,200 7 ROOM HOUSE with electric lights oh llambrook street, price fl.OCD 3 ROOM HOUSE- with ga. city watt r, ci cCc.cn. udj tt-iUS' ,.cn'.,-1) i-. CEO. E. WAGNER Keal 1 tp anil Iasuranci . Phcr.e 5-1 ' v. IH FALLDO'tVi STAinS While attempting to go through the hall frcm one room to another at the heme of her son, Jerry ' with whom she is living, Mrs. Mont Spaulding, an Orleans township pio neer stepped off int space Friday morning at 3 o'clock and fell head long down the leng flight of stairs which led to the lower rooms in the hcuso and as a result suffered injur ies which comprised a broken wrist and three broken "ribs, together with other external bruises which will confine her to her bed for some time. Jerry Spauliing, together with his wife, was in Grand Rapids at the time on a visit while the former was taking in the Masonic work which was being put on in that city at the jme and their son, Roy SpaUlding and wife and the grandmother, as she fell, and rushed out to her asisstance and made her as comfortable" as pos sible until Dr. (Wilkinson arrived and gave the proper medical attention. Mrs. Chas. Lambertson, a daughter, of this city was notified and went out to attend to her mother on Saturday and reports- that at present the pat ient is progressicng nicely and that she will recover in good shape. Mystic Manager in Town. John Sharp, of Owosso, district manager of the Mystic Workers of the World for this district, arrived in the city Tuesday and has been busy getting acquainted with the members of the order in this city preparatory to installing a good live wire deputy in this city to look after and build up the membership of the local lodge. Mr. Sharp says that the local order is in good condition, but' that they have not held regular meetings for seine time back and he is anxious to see them get back on the old pre-war program of activities again. A rose by any name may smell as sweet, but the rose that blooms in your cwn homo garden is sweetest. A New Department. Beginning in next week's issue and continuing just as long as we have contributions to keep the department going, the Banner-News will com mence a series of articles under the heading, The Farmer's Own Corner." We are starting this at the solicita tion of several of our farmer readers and we already have enough stuff for the r-tart next week. We hope that yc.u will take -advantage of the oppor tunity to thus voice your opinions and J tell your neighbors how you do some thing that has saved you money, time, temper and patience and learn how; the other fellow does certain things. Will you help us in this department now that it has been brought to our attention so that it will meet up wih our expectations and those of the peo ple who proposed this matter to us? , ever following the front .ones. Also, they need certain restraining devices, not necessary for the front wheels to keep them from skidding eff the straight and narrow path. ' There are other similarities that will present themselves at once to the observant person, but enough has been cited to convince us that the co incidence cannot be denied, and to bring us to the crucial point. By practical examination of a very simple proposition which happens to be analogous to a difficult problem one can best solve the latter. The cutomcbile is almost universal. Any body can examine its mechanism and determine for himself in "an "unpre judiced way which of the wheels, front or back, have the more import ance in the general schem3 of motor transportation. ' Having made this easy determination, it will naturally decide the larger question ai to the superiority of the sexes in the scheme of life. Why this simple solution has not already been applied, instead of wasting tho paper all are urged to conserve, wo cannot imagine. Port land Oregonian. Money spent for a home is money saved and at the same time money invested. Big Question Settled. The animated discussion now going on among contributors to The Ore gonian over the rather old issue as to which is the superior, man cr wo man, has -a certain .fascination. Therefore, this wholly impartial sug gestion: i Did the discursory letter writers ever consider the similarity of the female of the , species to the front wheels of an automobile, and of the male of the species to the rear wheels? ; The front wheels are trimmer in ' appearance. Although built on the same general plan as the rear wheels they have a faculty of maintaining a certain superior neatness in trying circumstances. The front wheels are ever a guide to the rear wheels. Without them the rear wheels would promtply run wild. Yet the rear wheels kep the front wheels in motion. Without their power the front wheels would stand still. The rear wheels are for- zt rnutnua an:t:n::n:::::n:n:nn: A Lot of People Have Them. Have You? A Certificate of Deposit or Savings Book that reads, - "wjth interest at the rate of 3 per cent, if left three months, 4 per cent if left six months, 5 per cent for the year. You get them at V In the business in Belding more than' 22 years . .. ...... .. Son Are now located in larger quarters at 219 West Main Street Opposite the Original Store And are now in a better position to attend to your require .ments. Ladies' and Gent's Custom Tailoring 9 Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Repairing and Pressing Remodeling . Button, Making ' Hemstitching and Pleating - Fur Work Prices Moderate Estimates Given Phone 359 j: . .. ft . ,iH - It 1 Between 11 fine ' Act ss ..... . t4 I WANTED rrc;v3,. vc foil SALT; T .Yo ;',,,. nr'ich . . c s,. fro thrco year.; (.1,!, ore jcven years Id, fresh in May, alr ,?.too1 ;-horses Mrs. Peter Faburcr, lit. 1, Srovrn?., ,. ,r ,. 8-1-38-2 WANTED Three' men' 'boarders and one tfirl avenue. DALLARD-LLOYl) CO. Uno. rlauf r riul , F'cral Direclr-n Vi:;n -'hov.red' iy;your. rtiTnnicns,-..thl3 ur:ini;:t ion render an intelligent ar.d cfi'uilal .;crvlc ' a mndvate cost. I 111 .'in i i J- C. Hnllard, Pn.-ul n. - E. C. Lloyd, Secretary. A. J. KitrjOim, Vico ..President.. Licensed Kmbalmer Day Phona "150; Night Phono 148. ; Not Bread flour Only- Favorite VAond Flour U not only a pre at family broad flov.r it iz n rake and paltry 16ur cz v;cll. It is partic ulvirlv ada7)cdlo AM domestic b:.:!;in purpc.;,c3 because it h 7.1ADE that way. Try a rack next timo :.Pd be coj:vinccd. ii mi VmJ J , :t ?! n i A three act comedy given by the St. Joseph's Dramatic Club at Belding, Opera House, Lj Ls LJ i2'J f J vi LJ L-2 v. J t jt lJ l.J yj LJ V ) ( L. artier at 547 Harrison FOR SALtV-Gool Cement rar A bargain for some one. Call. at' the Banner-News office. 1-30-1 FOR S AM! Grey Flemish hares. Call at 213 Kast Division St. 2-39-1 4F0R RAM! Live minnows. Inquire cf Otis Currie. 88-39-1 FOR S ALE GooJ Na. I Yellow Dent s?el ccrn. V. L. Leach, Phono 2G1-4 ' 87-39-1 WANTED Washings wanted. 701 Pleasant St. Jlrs. Perry GnrcVtf. 80-30-1 FOR SALIv--Two 3-year-old and one 2-year-oM colts. Fred L. Reeves, phone 272-2L-ls. 80-30-tf FOR RENT One suite over Hudson's store. Inquire 71G Broas street. Phone 3G8. 91-39-tf FOR SALE Good 1915 Ford touring car. first class condition. Dan Skellenjrer. 90-39-tf FOR SALE My 120-acre farm, 4 miles north of Bcllaire, Mich; 90 acres improved; pood hard maple second growth timber for wood; sand loam soil, clay subsoil; G room frame house, cheap barn; on phone and mail route. Will sell cheap, part cash, balance time, or can take trade for part. Benjamin Hall, Orleans, Mich. 92-39-2 LOST Tire chain. Leave at Banner News office or inquire of Dr. F. D. Harrison. 93-39-1 WANTED Full or part time agents to sell our Income Protection pol icies. All wage earners will be interested. Exclusive territory. Direct homo offica contracts. Write National C&xmIj Co., Detroit, Kichi-an. CiO-1 VArrri") To rent CO cr CD t:r;3 cf Unci; partly fumirhta cr rot. In cuird ct L-r.ncr-Nca e.'.bi. f Vff T. ll. STEERE, D. V. M. Veterinary Physician and Surgeon 1 Office, 321 South Plont Strt Pbon No. 32 Gld!nc, MicV. Miller & Harris Embalminff and Funeral I)irccting B. F. Friedly, Belding. truce Fales, Lowell. v It. Al Brown, Greenville. . Licensed Embalmers. J. VV. HANSEN, 171. D. , SPECIALIST Cyo, Car, Noso and Throat Classes Fitted Raimuisen Block. Greenvill ' Dcngcr In Dad Tcoth Your health is in danger if you leave your mouth filled with bad teeth. Many people in Belding and vicinity know we extract teeth without pain. We also make full sets of teeth wltncut covering roof of the mouth; we guarantee them in every way. We have recently put in an out fit for the administration of gaa for those who prefer this to our Method. C. D. Otrcra, Inc. 1C3 llonro Ave., Op?. Ilerpcl thrx'e. Open Ttzziiy, Th-rs- 10 C 12 ' One large table filled with . Dress Ginghams Apron Ginghams -25 incli, Percales Cotton Serge Bleached and Unbleached Muslin Curtain Cloth v Voiles Choice' 19 cents per yard Bungalo Aprons Home made, Percale, both light and dark neatly trimmed. Much better than factory made. While they last at 1.29 Granite Ware 2 qt gray coffee pot, 50c value ' 35c All 19c granite ware ' v 15c New line English tea pots just received SATURDAY SPECIAL Fartcy Chocolates, 1 2varieties 35clb Less than lb. lots at rate of 40c House broom3, 4 sewed 55c Burson stocking feet, per mir 10c See our cample line oiLadic3 handkerchiefs, while they test at lOc each BarcinG in all departments , u u nn Curtain rises ;at 8:15 Sharp ;. ; ,;: -j, .... :, " .... i ; ' :;i ' : ; v:..; '" v ':v.i: -.i : ' , ,;s. Reserved S'eats 35c Music Furnished by Hale?s Orchestra :: :: Jt :: :: ll i;::::::un::nnnn::; :tinizititiiiiit:xvxii:v.i Qiurch of Christ Notes. Last Friday ereninf? the St. Val entine party under the direction of the Pace sisters was a prand success. We also enjoyed and appreciated the presence and fellowship of the young people from the other churches who attended the party. . Last Monday evening we had a profitable Bible schrfol conference, conducted by our superintendent, J. C. Ballard. Wednesday evening, Loyal , Daujjh ers Jr. B. S. class social. N ! Thursday evening, prayer service. Friday evenmg an old fashioned Bible class meeting at H. Currie's with an old fashioned luncheon. All adult classes of school invited. Saturday pvening, Feb. 22, L. A. S. will serve a' meat pie fiupper at 25c. All are invited and bring your friends with you. Timo 5 p. m. until all aro served. Sunday regular services and a scr ies of services beginning Sunday eve ning and continuing'-two weeks every night. All are invited. Revival ServicesT Rev. Myron DeVoist, evangelist, is present and is bringing tho 'gorpel necsnje every ni-ht except Saturday. Cervices tenia ct 7:C0 p. m. Cundiy ccrvieea: ceheel 10. 1' '-7 r-:n!J? Ci ll, t:j r..;:--: tt 12. ' Evcnir-cr tr.:::!rT ct 7. A vcr7 cztZI'X Ir-TlUtlcn b crt cri ed t t-3 IZ.IV.2 t CttJ C-3 fa Belding Hardware Co. "Tho Cridgo Sfrcct Hardware" ' Martm Senoor'j Dny ' Lnnme akdl - Sd!pl foy 2:m jG3 Scale i IC7 r.!:bC:5 r: r"'" r'