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COLD FACTS
Qrand IRetpids
FCkaa hkkMbKlft TUaT
Die Sinkinj.Seiicil, Seal & Rubber Stamp Woi
GEO. W DEJONGE
ESTABLISHED 1867.
Momug Telegram
Aarui Hufiin. ao ukl r niamt .j Am
f 'vtjrr HfuD, of LMnt, tut rf.-u U.
bvM uvt at MariHiT iLim imL
A tarn tkoAtiBtf l laaa Mtw
mm Im u- u.na w.M-i -ic JU.
bi tUui iiuu tiit dvinAsI dub m
(Mitt i nil r J tu tuM pffaal MMMBWMfc
rtiAtj tLrwt UHMCiMKS a rfaiiuii' Ibayir-
I'll . - but ... kUtfrl t .
ua. haftd
i nutk Mrriil, ie uuiul j-uug Ml
f i i a, liU .f iv.uniiittii.u M.u
ftu) uit mm il r-iuiun uf tht oki
fW Mi-Mttu ovirj will U tW
Ui u. fr'riuia tiar-t f l't.4alo, ut (xtil
lag ttiu a?a at l'ojgr(uaii Majtur
Vummt ruiilmuT uta tba Flaii
fllgllab ipjrwwa anUaCitj urhuau liM
Lmmu frtiiuotl t justify their mftitnaata
Tha tUh j ami oiuuf o.t .f. Lake r
mrl Ut MtBtiMvita, t uupnnM tu iuUaui
taAia wiiu tli uufQitt uf lUeif
It. V ... il b.ui, r-r, r . 1L, of
India, Will maiia A MMMklsi ttJtitamtu a
rnjofft of the It rml miu riiii eiercuM tu
Uuxl -it.
Uin... ! t. n fail to :;;n a rt-j rt
uf it. ). I iiiimom uuilrr thir tr?t
Beul MXiii tht Uttrvl of HtMiith ut looking
afW ibeir j-!.
Walai ijlwIup in tha vunuity uf big
Kaplflw will npi tu thr or four
wwbt Su w ui At(MctMl to tij up taero
J. il. IUmmI, of HiiUnlnl, htt.i tu pook-4-bNk,
.-oiirninuig 9-ki MMl a Dot IDT
turn). "uippU' t tun br'iib atrwt Jepit
in DwCr 'it SAturilay tught.
Orui bM a fair; boy. Hut u&mo in
Uacur I rf, h M ouly H rnrs
ull, ui hi -ty !ph-lik form wigu the
Inritog amuaul of 177 1 4 pouutl.
Dm il Mm to 1m tigbuuiutf around
W. J CrvHti. H .-:iugs, chargvii with
lb munier fbi wife. Hume very d&in-
A largv cuignmut of tb uvr iu
of p4Ui card wa rvi vel at tbo pot
oAew in tKtrtit M rUy morning. I be
dMiigti i pfvoottoosd banilsom.
C K. tlr, of Orand Haven, ha re
tired froui but poaition with the H rill
aitd will hereafter dvot bin time to the
niauagtJOMflt of the pera Hiue.
ora F. Mil'er upnntendnt of
thw igr stand at the A:iti.-t.l-l Hooae,
Datntt. u mitMiug with $4) which he
wa eocnutel t .iejxwt in the bank.
The Cremation Six-ietv hat tretared
pnntel hlaxiaa fur uhecnption to aUx'k
of the proptel .'remattry Company, j
Pledife amouutmg to $500 nave already
A fire proof mauaoleom of Ionia sand
aone. with stained laaw window anl
ornamental iron door, ha heu deeufri'"!
for M-h. CL K Mabley, to be erected on
Die fannlv lot id the i'.iitiac cemetery.
A syndicate le leing formed to buy
pnperty nonr Fort Va ie. (Hi the Amer
uau -ui f the n rit rip a Sum-
rtMr reeort whn-h will be several sizee
,i: 4- : known m
thwe ( a.'trf.
Mr bonneli, al PHw Lake, had on M
of her t.-eea a branch thirteen uicbee in
length, . whii'U were thirteen LilcheH
of Ofc- . i ap;lee having an average
iMri'...' ,,. , iibollt eight Uicbea.
Who eava thirtafin is an nnluk number.
The -tnnual meeting of the lUuian
Catholic V iaai BanM Ui I A m ciataoo
of Michigan willl held Sept 15 at St.
Kii 'ace S.'tio i Hall. It baa been le
tndel by the ! ai leieatee to have a
m . ' -in 1 i: e "
arhool hall in the evening.
The editor f the Jackann l"itixen
leal of J' vear-old horse.
The foUowimr i bis poetical efiwion:
r. -1 '-h r.-ia
h Ires. if . !
tojrn and felibrntfiy
i "n in tt
'IT
tl.ii
h tnifk r au
mlr t ( lr. an. I
ilation nrly
.lti xMppttrt one.
in' .with
anl it diM.
Bm In hmi
rrfrt to Uxm tli
it of Farifi 4 (V from
I'tutn thr. on rtNUMm
mw th rTnoT'!
m rhir town. What
mm'm gam. a all those
th latter i'itj aritn
n
IpM i f th KnUmnjciii
vf I . t -.rfrc t;. M.ii
w4a xt i ttltwhtvtf 1 '
ani thr ar
v W W Snttoti. f
-s f i,,rt ... r
:iaptf. ar takiad th j
1 k. rn7
inati vWi a ineherw ,
intly on th wht anil
a m th tnp. rhr i
w Tork by th arr-
i a fbar ilaya.
f Pv t itT. at
txiav anl iwrif ft or
Mt nnv l.'O IK Mil m
HI
I
fl a'
tw.
f
8nv tim v FitwaM EVafinwi. of
Hkriv fc r,r kap
ttii Horw txi ia htm wti' h .--an an
aHi. lnaiii twit nr tr RicfeMfll
rjr nl T; t.(
rpin ?Hn wiHl W ban, ra Mr
yrmml to M HirkTT famlv ha ami
Tht i-old weather make-
.ie think uf baying
.1. r . r amut! i lt.
South !tvi-tufi t., will
io ouirt hitir to ay ou the
iuhjert in tiiis pM e on Kri-
REMOVAL
wXw
i lit;
American Loan Office,
45 PEARL ST.
WILL KLM
SEPTEMBER 1st
35 PEARL STREET,
a mam i f canal st.
PrivaUi entrttaou on Canal steft.
NOTK t 1 OMMIS8IONKK8ON CLalMS
tfcata "f mrhigan. ' ont of Kent, m Pr
t'i art fr Mkl coantf.
Kmu uf Kruvoia B. U ilhert. lecueii.
The anderaiDMii hnvicut teti pMiiatel b) the
li ) ic--f Prbte f mi1 roanty. Cotnmis
i.iniTi on i bum in th mttr of MM eetate,
M -ix month from th f ilny of Jane, A. 1).
1" iriit bn allows! bj twi 1 Iq.Ii;.- i f Pro.
afi to arpr.n hnin 1 i:i - nmiiif ail
fate, in which t irwnf f t.-ir .-Iliimh to rt f r ix
amination anl mljant nint.
Notic. a K.rbv (fiv.-n thut vre will ireet on
riefnrlaj. the lftlfi l) of Annist, A. l. lK. anl
'n Aitonlay. h 3SfFi .lav of Ieceniber. A. I).
ML at laa o rl.H-k a. . of mch lay. at 'he rfi.
of JahnM Homwii KO. in Hts'i: nn builliu. in
fl.rt rity ,f t'ani KaiM. in jil canty, to re-i-
in1 -xamln'vl. -laiai.
LHfe.1 Jaly U. A. l IM.
Ji t m Hot -fv s v
! m bl i. Pvn
orcrtiiKionr.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT.
on St. Grand RaDio
J. F. FAU INi., M. !..
MT81CIAII as L 8 OTW WW.
tt. r.-nr f Fifth ATnn. arj'l rmth Diria
ion tr. NMli.n ivirnii Mrlwll rnt
J(Tren r,no. OfKro honr from 8 to 9 a.
m.. I tt p. m aad 7 ti 9 p. m.
D. EMMETT WELSH, If. D.
( !Vwf it" IJmit)l
NOSE. THROAT. EYE AND EAR
H-ar X) to U M. l-IO.V an 7 'o P. M.
M .;. - ' t ill.! Ua; :!. Mirh.
OR. SMITH, Physician and Surgeon.
Dlflff ItMM nal street
irii irrr.'in ivn ''.. trwatment rf pi!i
tic fit.
T. J. O'BRIEN,
ATTORNEY,
GRAND RAPIDS MICH.
JOHN C- FITZGERALD
ATTORNEY AT I-AW.
mT ott ttj Hat. Raak.
.rani Rtl-t, Mlrh
JAMES H. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT .AW.
NRTW A DRICH BLOCK.
WbIm Hut. 1 I I - wir aoH Vonm t.
TELEPHONE 82
F r : n ' r km n
Wht aaH rT
House and Store Shades
MADE TO ORDER AT
NELSON BROS. & CO,
""' SRF TRFFT.
WLiikn
aa i f r' ai a
.l m.
BAYNE
Monument Hat Store,
9 North Division St.
H.v- - .- :.r.r,ri! 1 : . 1 stock 1U all
tU UU-l If'aiiMy're IU
Hats, Caps
VSD
Gents Furnishing Goods.
I he Uiouutuent m the vicinity l- reart-d
in honor of the low oner I'it-v.iihut; nt the
above wtabii.-huieut.
TELEPHONE 6 94
FOR
FLOUR, FEED, HAYand
WOOD.
WATSON & FROST,
73 Grandville Ave.
The best place in the city to
order your Wood.
Fourth National Bank.
(iRAM) KAl'IDS. MICH.
A.J. liowno, Pmidflot.
it. ( '. nlfw, Vice tril-iif .
H. P. Bator, !utiipr.
EL W. Hmk, A t I afhier.
( !apital,
s:; m ..( io.
TrHiwart n u'aTil U'ltikinit hu-.Lni'M. Intrtt
Iaii n time dp Drnftf drawn on the prin
ciiwi citi 'f KoriH at lowest rates.
DIRECT RS
A.M. WHtHoti, WQliMi Swr-. Bm. '. Nm,
A. D. Kaifitxui". A. J. Puwa, .Uni'- Ulair.
f. K. JtojMB, D. A. Blodott, Bm W.Of.
Jae. I lUKi:x.n. Tr-. M. H. ( aoflBT.Vice-l'ree.
K. A. Halu Cashier.
GRAND RAPIDS
SAVINGS BANK, I
54 PEARL ST.,
rraaacta a (pcrnl Br n kin hain
Intert
pjui on (lfjMit.
DiH-mw J. M Stanly. K. S. IVrr-e, G.
Swntier. J D. Itohn..'ti. !. H. Cnwbf, Aaroa
Bnmtt, W. I), f. f..r-i. ;... IL fckiio.
THOMAS R. ELLIS,
Book Binder
-AM
Blank Book Manufac'r,
IsTo S Pearl Street,
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH
Si'nil 'or ntirj-tp. Onf of town ordn
r :i,;'Iy f Tulo"! f..
In ighf yr"frio prar
e 1 hv mafW l.tiif
..f ArMh. Id Ttr,
orn in ill of th
rnutry. Tnyar ;nly
rnmMfed for frmir
;-rf. ' it wnrranf "i . I
rranil Iapiil for ciflkt
r, locatMi in
fMM nl
haT giTon onintaJ
in nirjotD raww onf of
.hr fail I hnT Txh 'f ;1
or to nit ovrrrino I'mnnrolH.
to 100 Stii of Th in tr ofn
Mm I w.ll t k conH S of TWh fr.r
or I can rir on i;n. -r rtrl fur 4 nr
fit warranH ry ?im. ioM an1 ilTr
ttliinc linn with Tfntrt'm ami to fim. far all
nrt-UMM lnaJ work flnto
O. H. BELLAMY,
loo lfnro Mrt.
A- j inodds, fine Jewelqf, S M
AND
Silver-PUted Ware. Gold Spectacles. Etc.
J P" HOkt A N.
1 0 Mourn. trt. . fr Trlr Flrk.
J S. McORRGOR,
New Steam Dye Works,
Foaaa Oram! RarM.
I , (Tnaka. Aavto Wr
t i.
pal li
M.,3 - -
4 - - -
19 tHai ViV.
CASH TALKS LOUD
()uiitLr to ur ability to buy for cash in
any quantity, we bave secured b big assort
inriit of bootsaud shoes awa belon cos1 to
manufacl are,
NOTE THIS FACT.
lien's band-made call boots $3 worth $4
calf boots 2.50, worth 3.50.
M calf boots 12, wottli 2.75.
kip boots L.50, worth 2.00.
kip boots, Bolid 2.00, worth 3.00.
w hole stock kid hand-made boots 2.50
we quote the lowest prices on first-class
goods ever known in the city of Grand
Rapids.
NOTE THIS FACT.
Ladies' best grade shoes $1.25, worth $1.75.
Ladies' fine dress shoes $1.00, worth $1.25.
The best Ladies' kid button shoe ever sold in the
city for $2.00 now being sold for $1.50.
Ladies' kid button shoes, $2.00, worth $2.50.
Ladies' kid button shoes, warranted $2 50, worth
$3.25,
Our $3.00 kid and goat shoe is warranted to be
the best ever sold for the price, every pair made ot
the best stock and warranted to give $3.00 worth
of wear or money refunded.
TEN YEARS AGO
We started out to give to the citizens of
Orand Rapids extra cash value for their
money. Have we
eedented success, our
story we stated years ago. We have never
backed down. We state it now. We take
n Competitor's Dust. We sell no shoddy;
we warrant our goods
dollar and twentv-five Cenl cash value for ,
.
every dollar expended at our storo. Our
lease runs for twentv vears. Von will Hud
u at the old stand.
GREAT CHICAGO BOOT
28 Canal Street.
CHILLY
Note the following
and then come and
that w hat we my we
bocttfrmio tyatton iboo,
fine dress hitfh-rut kid
tinp lrp-i ki l button .h'o. worked hp. 1.50, urrth 12.
cbildwa'i bwi pi t4n iboe, 8 to 10, 7S cfec wwtii L.00.
j j , jrp n 'Q tfraill bvUO IIKM HOlld U'hfT tip. 7. WOftk L
11. ii.i
Vp vp voii thr-p pricp- in
havf a -hort -par loft l ome early ani joa will t the
rrfam of the larvain. Kirt rome. t:r-( "rp'l. f onrided on
the rok of reritijal -ur. p
Chicago Boot
done it? Our impre-
immense sales, tell the
and we give you
SHOE STORE.
nd
FACTS.
prices,
we w ill
Read them
convince you
mean.
tipped, L
htitton -h 1.25, wfrth 1.75.
adlitKn to th nUve, a. W9
the
& Shoe Store,
9
A.
: I,.
Under
ARTHUR WOOD 37
JAMES MEANS'
S3 SHOE.
I 'm S .x - t I l.tl. llH II
1 I ,i,.. I .4
n- ttM.Miu:iM-.twitl.lor.-
r, MAYHEW. - US Monroe Street,
EXPERIENCE
it n 1tft h tir1-rl lanndr
can oni Ixult np ii -.eg
FIRST-CLASS WORK,
A in! t-iQft prompt Puniifi ll nrt .:,
Ira
I
HI to
. Mm
AMERICAN
Steam Laundry.
24 South DiviHion St.
The I Vtiole ''L',
GENTS FINE SHOES
COLE BROS.,
pqojp
f ' ' V.
uLiUUO
trv
I
I '1 I : ! taal MM I ' h
C-- larly nr-qumt tboaa who Imvr
POR LiE BY
, A BMP fey)" ffeaataram' Jmt '
F. DeVinny
MANUr ACTURtft OF
Seals, Stencils. Rubber Stamps
NOTARY
I.. ; 1 . . . M l I tt I. I..
COMPLETE DATERS F ROM S TO 6
Fourth Nat. Bank. 19 Lyon St
,
WATEK1 A 0 STREET.
! ave never bean better prep rod
to meet your want with Buoh a
SPLEKDSD STOCK Of GOQDS
AT-
SUCH LOW PRICES.
' ' '.r-tmrt
ai
Ml
T. J. LUCAS.
Big Muskalonge
Macatawa Pal Why ?
DELIGHTFUL RESORT
!r Mw4.iw and it nly m OH mUAl
FOR BARGAINS
is a li, kiwiik or
FURNITURE-
Ml
. DEUEL & CP
17 Canal St.
NffSPArfR
1
Hari tf
8
" '' !.
ar
apm. w pa imr nO'W
i
28 Canal Street.
Ppi an.i 'mm bwi w V n IVakMB ta.
W. T. LacQoreaux, Aent. j
-rraiw to Urns
a Carina fa
ra nw

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