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FEW ARE HIS EQUAL And None His Superiors as Land Surveyors. 1 THEODORE 0. WILLIAMS Tb Republican Nomine lot lh Off.: of Surveyor iot tt County of Kent, tt.cgraptucal. Ther is R 'rcl:t;cs" ia the effie cuuty sureyv,r. Ii ait a pi. a xuur of latety, exper eoce aud u alwemat.cal kdL 1 tier is tut one coli. dtret.oa to t eaterU'.Lied m Uii e.ei l.ou uf, tLl clicrr, Alid tCll Li: liaj tn carid.dt the r'ja s:t abilit?? All J art e are interested m Ltioin Xh.i give i:(h,o a worthy aadabi atan; ou wLo roccd to it adjuttmeut of Uienuicd touudary line wita an ey iia B to J.a ii-'t just.c U all per eoas miereiteJ. Tried by tb;s standard of lability lUtj rejubjuu nomine for county sur?yor u eutirely uuob jct.oaL.. TLeodor O. W.liiAiii wu born at Al.rifia, tte, .May 27, Isdl. His famer s trio lion. W. li. Will arns, of A;i t i-coujrnima of th.s d:s- tr oi. I ho sou ir oat b.s youta iu tae fill ia wtiiju h was boru, graduat xhUjux U.e h:A'U scuool w.tu tiieciM et 73. Ia IS5- he entered the State Agricultural college, remaining in trial ins;.ti:!t':i for two vears. While there Mr. W i. Warns rud" a peci.il study of urTeyia, pavir great attention to thv mastery ot th- principles involved as wcil a to trie practical application of Hit in in the us-j of tho instruments. Ill t'rof .4tnal Experieuca. After leaving college Mr. Williami went wen, taking up Ms residence in Kui."m, where he dvoted him-elf principally t surveying. In he rettuned to Michigan ud was appoint ed county surveyor of Allegan county. At the expiration of his tern he was : -tfd to to his own successor, a mark of tavor winch was repeated at the fol I wtn election. Iurinz his oClcial cartjer Jn tMs capacity Mr. Williams w faitnfal in the performance of d Jty an I won the respect and esteem ot u. clifnts by his thorough uader lUnJms; of tae requirements of his Mr. Williams came to this city in ISul and at one bjn the practice of his prefect. on. His work while here has I n the survey of th territory ac quire 1 by the city through the recent extension of tho city boundaries. In the preparation of this work Mr. Will iams has exhibited a comprehensive ltnow edof the requirements of the work and hss carried it through with gr at credit to himself and satisfaction to h.a superior oiilcers. Ill Republicanism. Mr. Williams is a steadfast rspubli ran, hann? been bred and born in the home f one of Michigan's foremost statesmen and attorneys. He has im tired rput-hcan principles from the tirtand has steadfastly adhered to them throughout his career. II is a young man, a man of principle, of toti -m tnt'grity and honor. He is an able man in his profession, and, if elected, will prove a wortfijr represen tative of his party and a faithful offi cer. TCUNO REPUBLICANS. Ttey Will Attend Senator Trye's Meet b( m i Body. Th Yotinsj Men's Ilepublican club wilt attend th grsnd republican rally st Hsrtman's hall Thursday evening m a UAy, and iiten to Senator Frye.of Ma rje, wr-.o :s billed for that evening. Tr.ft lut wiil tecur seats in the body t t houeand will wear sppropriat or rand pa's IIat." I r meeting of tn club last evenmc w nt vrry wall attended owing to t me tt-niencv of th weather. C. W. Mctiiil pr-id'ed. After the read mg of th mtoutf-s of the pre vails meeting it was decided to instruct tne cratsry to send crds t th nertil ers snn. uncng the fsct tit tae club wirse to attend the Fry metin and reMuest-ng ttiem to nr.g t;.e r friends. loe halt is to b the m-et rf plsce, nd ba.larea fr rrMurl triare. r-eyen o'clw It was f cMied a the fme of metting. i:. K. AtieT, candidate for the legia Ist ir. w rr'-nt, and wa cstied upofi tor a pjck!. He did not think it ncesry to ri sk a speech, but it wit, h aid. ni hardship tn tnd cot a-.d 1hw h. ri.!,rs. H would rsther N ads l rep'ii iiOHn than a live demo crat. pnke cf th Force hill and ex-p'a-Mod h.s poest.on i n teat natter. He ; ;-i ff ir o frsptmg to any citizen, te ''McW or w'n e, th ntht to vot a ! t ! f,-.t.- cu ited. jle is in fa t t f - r tfr? o-. If the den ocrsts w -n '! f c aittT-d to gr o'T 1 y th m re.es n t f rsct Cf f r-e tr t- he would 0 COOK COOK i free l,F:rE2l:ici5 SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT. Csficfcus Desserts COO FCt M!'el Tr. mi pjhwj nprj ca m ft I V.- t . ' V ?V ? '.' -.V'-V b willing to let ttrru try it, rut as lhv would hat a to tira it renuLLcans t along w'.th tnua he ot'jeeted. li nad bn tainted by his demo cratic tr ends wilii tae atale.jxnl mat r would be snowed under at th pods, rcat mignt be he sa.d bat b3.Qd fc ii stod a grand an y taat knew neitner route nor defrat. Mr. Ailen's p?-cn wa wii received, ha ktm an s hall, i ii r u-i Y evening. fcLaior i'rye. TAKU V AND OLM. Th McKiniey Udf ReJ-ct tha Prica of Araeiicia Mai: Uur.j. FiuroK HauaLi: Montg':iK ry Ward A Co., who, aaiong otnctr t!.ns. arj pcrnapa trie L-v est delr of spuit iiig goodi of any firm in tte I'iJitd etstua, iu thair eiu-annual cauiogue uf Iwi-VO, at tLe head ot tueir inn ue paituier.t. niske ti e (o. low. i.-g state Ditnt, winch I co; y vt-rtatiin: All pr:cs on guns r sul jct to change in price without i.onco. iort-ign makers liate already adv it.ee 1 pr ces lu per cent., and if tn tar.il i i now teture congreM tcHi-v a ia kuus will Ivi advanced front i t l J a.ri. Vatcn this bill aud keep posud oa pr.ee. Th catalogue of this coirp-iny is probably trie inoet extt-nsivt-ty circu lated of any in tu world. Tt..r daily receipt of tetters isovrr ,0'X), and tiinr express shipments l.OtO. A Utrunt so partisan, untrue and ni.suaJuig, c otrifd with tha authority tiiat this eemd lo be aud Sent broatica't over ttie country a few mouth before i-lt-c-tiou, mul have coulritutd in no small degree, to the political "land lldn" of 1j0. As there is not a word in thr ir 1S52 93 iiaue, either explanatory or apo.o getic, concerning their stt'-4r.tit, it in but fair that the attention of the pub lic be called to the matter for the true facts in the case. Their statement say, first, all prices on gur.s;etc. What does that ean if it dors not mean price on all gun, foreign and American, are biibject to change without notice. Thry say if the tar.tr .ax bill now before congress becomes a law guns will t advanced from $3 to f 10 each. That i t say, American guns as well aa foreign guns will be adanced so much. Then they ad I. Watch this bll and keeu ported on prices. That was another nay of mying that if the bill became a law a gun ordered of them would cost from ?3 to 10 more than its present price. If their customers were "posted," why, of course thcr would not be disappointed. And. too, they would, with such facts before them, "kick" at the polls at such usurpations as that coming mon ster, the robber tariff," would prac tice upon them. From the new tariff act I copy this, and it covers the whole ground in re tard to guns, muskets and eportine r.rlcs, 25 per ceut ad valorem. Oid duty, eame. All doublo-barrelled sporting breech loading shot guns valued at not more thanfti.00 each, $1.50. Old duty on earn, 25 per cent ad valorem. Valued at more than .00 and not more than 12.00 each, $ 4.00. Old duty 35 per cent ad valorem. Valued at more than $12.00, $5.00 each. Old duty 35 per cent ad valorem. On all single barrel, breech loading hot guns, 1.00; and 35 per cent ad valorem. Old dutj, 35 per cent ad valorem. And in addition thereto on all the above, 35 per cent ad valorem. It wiii be seen from the last clause of th act that in addition to the new duty, the old is to remain. Making the difference in cost, if it is to be measured by the tariff, the new duty imposed. It will also be seen that the new law is mainly 'directed against the cheap double-barrelled guns that for ecores of years have been flooding the coun try from Europe. It used to be the muzzle loader, now it is the breech loader. The double barrelled hot gun it preeminently a European weapon, made there and sold here. Probably 90 per cent of all the double barrelled shotguns in Amer ica today whose cost price here was lest than $20 were made in Europe and 75 per oent of them in England. It is to stop this tide of cheap guns and as sure our market to our manufacturers that the new law n directed. Ai we bought wire nails a few years ago at six and sven cents per pound of Eu rope so we bate for years kept on buy ing the? guns by the tens of thous ands. In a short time an American boy can buy an American double bar reled shot gun for from 5 to $10, the equal of wnicb no noblemau't son in England can boast that did not cost three times as much. How can he do it? llecaus our manufacturers have this market for this class of goods. Hut iu spite of all this Americans have of late years been steadily gain ing ground ia the higher grade gum. Their inventive genius and design has produced a better gun than can bo made in Europe today. Hut as tne demand for the higher grades is limit ed they have been handicapped i-y the intlow of the common guns made by tho cheap labor of Europe. Now for th facts as to what the T.obber Tariff" has already done in this line of goods. The catalogues of M. Ward 't Co. shall be our only testimony. Th fol lowing quotations of prices will be fr n catalogue No. 47, summer of 1 . and No. ?2, fall and winter of l.'2-,9.t. One gun of each make will bt quoted and the same grade in ta h ca. roano made or;-, rorni.r. barrem.tp Prl'- Pi tea ,5 The Lafinoh'! option f 1" ' I K ' '.lis mr M. H.a C 12 r l; ' Wi.ium M .r- Jk r-Kftn ' .v 11 W. luerars. gun - -"; w ' The are fmir tore marks found in their It i;t. Several foreign g u. formerly quitted are dropped. In fct they take a "lack seat" ia the.r t rrs-nt qu o'ation. Amrrk h (irs. Imcrt.f H iarT.r rr. I r!c l i . I'rn-e 1 jj The r-hr BmTir jij. . It gr1 f J $ lo (rt Th PrH"r hmr fsa l J 4l J.- The rrer hmrnr auu, De fr a u Hrn Ort 5 'l T'Te Itie ha iirrsr',i- K.a. . I V -5 ti) T"i ow tf s a -,n ... so t n la Kn i' n, : m "l-i .. - ) Vt the Feniingttn iun M. W. i Co., sar in their isst iit: Ifindoutt Trhat to buy s!rt the Remingti n: wli outwear the miportl g-ir fn::r to on; t sme pr-.c. They ought to have ad Jed, as th g.Ta pr:"f sh-)W: We can eii it cheaper now than be fore the McKtr.lev law pas- 1. f r'c i- rrt- 1 I 1 p as . s rg ' rM Isa 't r. ;!) I l.e!l .-.is. B t..n Vac Ill a ! quotations ar s.irT.r'er.t to ! h-v that the prices on rt gu iii I ctriT wnr,t An.eriran g'jrs ar Iotii. ; wart, end that if e-i nni. Mr fore j i on $1 to f w;ll pay t::e d rier- j en- n pr e- . j Of tne w reheaf-r rep'Sti-'g tb.r.X pn M. W. A ., r tne r Iat cfs i i4-i y th " fii hss re 1 to !argl ie f ary en lit msrk't the pt vr, I H ;i. that grod f t a f jn tst is preni.centiy Amer can, and it is lower in prie cow than it as before tee "tar. 2 tax bdi" t;rcarue a law. Our nianuiavturers. w.u. our sp'.en d.d iar:t assured to tnetn, wnich hahetto La supported tUouaads of gauingrt n Karope, wih boou maia a co-ib;-Lrrld, ireach-lvading shol guu fv.r Jlv, th like ot wh:cu ton but aa Atnncaa ever drameJ. if r-pui-Uiia.a is uccefui at th pui.s over ti.e Co; Jt'i.ites ar.d un-Aun.r can tntB of uday, the deiaocxat party, tii U cl.ua ia p:icrs ot guns w li conl.nue, as ii has m utbr ptoloiUd iLtduLXit:S, evu 5u or more pr teut. T&mi, t;x, consider the nimtrr!es tenrlil that wi icru to our people by transfer cf this industry tu this s.d of ttie water. U is ei.ougli to say that for a few irmginary dollars wUicii t i1 frre traJar aid would U spaut in a.Jvni'ed prior, hut wi.icu in ral;ty uev-r vre, oar peopl- will iu the end rrciT,s m .U oi.s of dollars of benefits. iorim'ii, what do yo-l th at of th:. 1 appeal to y u, boy aud young ii'.' a of imUf. Ihi you nat.t a bet ter and ftm-r gun at a lower pne than Kurope cuu ::ak for you? Weil, thti, hrl tti Auieruan to your custom by your vot', an t you hait tiave it. if M. Ward iH Co. were as honest politically as tney bve proven to be iofumerc ally t.iey would have made a tatnuetit in their catalogue, issued jut ltore the elections thi fall, oaie tn 114 i:L this: The McKiniey bill has i:ol advanced the price on foreign guns a much as we said it wool I in 1jO. No American guns are higher now than then, while many ar lower with a U ndtDcy to still lower prices, and in their grades they are the best and che.ip-sw guns in the world. Out of their own mouths do I con deinn tueir tH)litue. Tne iea thy say about politift n tueir bna mss, unless it to to correct their blunders, the Ut ter until they get upon t:ie .de upon woica all Americans should lx; a unit, viz: I'r dection iu all competing for eigu products. L. Ii. MhciiELL, Farmer, Shelby, Mich. Political Paragraphs. W. T. Adams and M. L. Dunham will Sjteuk mt .Silver Lake Saturday evening; 1- rank Hodge and James A. Coye will speak at Alpine and Cornelius VauLoo ot Zeeland.a fam ns Holland orator, will speak in the iixth ward the same evening. Thursday evening is the grand re publican ma!-nie ting at Ilartmau's bull, which will be aildreed by Sena tor Frye of Maine. Several of the re publican clubs will attend in a body, and a rousing meeting will be held, H. E. Walbridge and Elvin Swarthout will try to convince the democrats of Austerlitz that their ways are wrong, and to strengthen the belief of the re publican brethren, in their meeting there Saturday evening. Judge Perkins and M. L. Dunham will speak in Alton tonight; Col. A. IS. Wood of New York, wilt speak at Sand Lake and Alfred Wolcott and James Coye at Ilsrvard. There will be a people' party rally in the sixth ward, corner of Leonard treet and Alpine avenue, Friday evnening. The speakers are not yet announced. Cornelius Van Loo of Zeeland will speak at the Tenth ward republican club in Travis' hall, corner of East and Sherman streets, Friday evening, October 23. William Alden Smith and others will epeak at Cedar Springs Saturday, November 5. They will speak at Uock f ord Monday evening, November 7. Joseph Rosenthal and A. J. Reeves will talk to the followers of Grover, at Karress school bouse Friday evening, October 2S. W. F. McKnight and Capt. Dennis L. Eodgers talked, democracy at Parrett school house, Grattan, last evening. George Clapperton and E. B. Fisher will adire republicans of Lisbon, Thurday evening, O tober 7. I. M. Turner and A. J. Beeves, ad dressed a democratic meeting at Eowne Center, last night. W. F. McKoight and E. A. Maher will speak at Alaska Thursaay eve ning. L. V. .Mon! ton will addrei a people's party meeting at "Egypt" October 22. L. V. Moulton and Charles Howell will speak at Cannonsburg October 27. SENATOR FliYE HA KTMAN'S hall Thursday evening. CARTER'S PlTTLS PILI.S. Pick Headfvheaust r'.ia all the troublee taef 4at to a biliii ttat cf tfae r"m. tijch aa IUtina. Nautaa. lrowln. Pintrea after eMnc. Pata in t'ia 5.la. &c. While Uielr moat remarteMa !ict hv tn ihown in curing H"Jcb, yt OaraVa Lima I.rrta Pnxa ara equal'r a1-:a'')'a tn Cfctijia,tlon. riirmir and preaMti.:f th annrin """ tl;r t. ahde thr also c.-rract all d,r4m of tn t mfh, 'iinuit tti lirar aot rcuiaw tb bowela LTa If thT on'T eur4 A they wwdIJ N alaal prVai to tte who nTr frTn thia liratrr eoirplalnt: forv:M!T thHr f4tf (!" mot erul hr. n 1 tha aea try th will f n4 thaa ) 'tl ftlla In ma wyt thai tT til aot N .liax U de i.kal tl.au. Kut aftr an tick a-t la ahar.e of o mnr thr l whra w qna f.r rrat t"av. thir p.ii cure rl r,ra I.r-n-t t f rrra TVl ra rr frtl an mh v im f r- a t f"-e ir ate iw ar 'ft'? ! la .-1 a c'i-arr iirr. a Neir tn:l t-:inm a'J wb -ym t ? ia. r rn;: Em Ur ? -I '-hr ar an ry d aX I aa iaA4 ii.. low Is the Time To Buy Your FRUIT JARS! Saa7e4?i" - Irt'1 HEAP We hnrr th tvt Maon Trtiit Jnr mrV. Do not Inij till rnu hntf en ciir jar. W.'S. & J. E. GRAHAM, Cor, $c'h D!'oi a-d Fa'?5T tree's. KEPUBLICAN !OI TION3. ATI UN L J vi rie:drt.t. - itai Haiki-o v. Ilci.u. lei VU PisUcLt w ansta i c 1 via. ftUlK. Fr 0i(nir i&av T. f-ica tt la) tcr ( tiiti. Jer Ilettc.l viur.. .'. w tvat GiueivS cl tivta Cvusitr, lei Eccretarf el Male J,.ae W, Jwcaia i jawctte tvhcty. J r lieaa-ier.. iotrru r.UaaaxTtia Ql iiuUtv a ( WJ! j. For A alitor uafrl Mont W.Tcsssa vt t yei'canioa i.4Ui ij. Tbt AlWray ofi....otiTT J. Pisasaa ot :ilaa Coatf. ler Cob rctil. r.er l i . t r... eial Lad K Sc ) Jw" J' ot yu'ge CouatT. Icrtun. Pubnr let'iuct a U. rU Parrsnenx al li Kbm I uiit. Iciatemler hctrd leacauQ. K. A. Wiuaos ef Vs d t.i rati, louutv. 1.) mil ACCir. For Secretary itte JV.M W, Juchim of lmaatte. 1 6r Juatua of lh aprelIl I'wurt.. 1 SAkK A. hooua ef Latou. (uri rt tntr!et laaal. ..Col. I'uu J, llccura JM.s O La!kttX Jl U'. a C KtKOWl a. 11. r lfcioaS (. HAkaci K. I iunr b. p. nttt I'aiueL. Wuo W ll-tUM S. LtMvS Juhs IV. Most J AM k.t Va Kl lltl Juh Ahii 8. M. tf rtfUA.NSKji ! ee oya l's .ict.... i'l i.irl bit ivi . . eurtit Krlct.. i.t . I strict Mtl L!'rut , -vrntr. Diirlct...... K -tun Litrict . - Ninth 1 trn-t l-tl li!ir.rt . Heuentb ItNttlet.. lwelllh district Senatorial llrkrt. ftxteenth Diir'ct til OHoK . 8TEKETEK. Seteateena Dtri:t EbMCNii m. Barnard. Rapraetatlv Ticket. For Representative! la the L Jilature J h i. EMU 11 H. AMKKSN. wlLLlM ALDKICU TAlliUM. LfiiKNt E. ALLEN. Second R-rr. toaUtlve l.utr ( t Al'l'!ll'S W. WSKK1 8 of Lowell, Ttilrd Ket't.-ntai!e District Xt)Km.S FITCH ot Sparta, Couat Ticket. Juis of Probtte CYhts E. PEHKIXB. ReIsttr f Jt,! JullN t. WOULD. Sheriff I?AAC F. LAilOREAUJ Treaaurer JACOB EISENUARDT. Cierk FRANKLIN D. EDDT, Proseculint Attori ev ALFhElt WOLt'OTT. Circuit Court Cn m "I tiers t 1IAKLK.5 W. M cu ILL, JAMES A. COYE. Coroners IR. M, W. DAN FORTH, DK. 11. K. LW11KR. County Survevor IUEOD0RE 0. WILLIAMS. BsPw I TAKE THE NEXT MOSNIN6 NEW AND MYOOMF I JtEl BRIGHT AND LFX ION l RCT TER. BIT dortomaTalt am wntlrnii ii.tf.m..k n-. and kl1ny, an1 is a pfrawiht laxativa. 1 hl Srink u made t mm arU, acU U prepared for nee eeeaaUy as tea. It U called LARES MEDICIHE Alldra?!rttlltat9no.apjl Slararkajr. IT too can not aet It, at nd ,nr addni tot a fraa aam. pie. Lane Family MeeVinr mnvee tha ftawaU rarh Ami. Iaerdr to he NaHlir tkieiniaai-T AdJrcA ORA16K r. WOODWaJth. La Eor. K? ADVERTISERS GET NIBBLES from most mediums, but those that use tb Edwards Coupon Boob GET IUTE9 and LAND THEIR FISH EVERY TIME The proof of this Is la the catebl iff. Prop a line Into our office and sea. THE EDWARDS COUPON COMPANY, 1013 j:icai.in Trust Co. Bulldlnc.4 Grand Rapids. Mlcb. Dr. 9. Clay Todd bad another case In Mextoo yesterday; h sent th medicines by tha t'Qlted States Express. This patient gave DR. TODD Ir. Archibald Lawnon. Mauaclnc l 'iyMclan ef Amcrlcau Hospital la the City of Mexico, as reference. CHICAGO HEARD FROM. I had Bronchitis. Llvr Complaint snl Kidney trouble, terrible ea?h. plis lo thi bark and nlabt sweats I w.is doetotlnx sit months la Cltieairo with two etthe bst phy siclens. but cou d not trt well, but hearinc of the en-at cnccs of bR, 5. CLAY TODD. 5o. !6 Nort Dlvlsleh street, room 4. Grand Fkpld. Mich.. I ap'!t"d to him January It. and I ara eU l to be ak!v to say that in two .1j, I had .ilr-ndt bejua te &et better and am now all n.'tr. ait f"l ?trn2 and ab'e to wars, and will s heme tomorrow a-id so to work. THOMAS LlNNANE. No. Wett Harrison St., CLicao, I1L Jan. 2- 1".)1. Hi OEMAliD EVERYWHERE ! I'P. S. ( LA Y TODD haa patt -nts In Europe He it tne1iii.ni' to a patient la uNe, Nth er:td. yeterSay (VS.h by Amerietn Ktprev 1 he et phyticU it of that country bad pro auBce4 th ea iKpere. Ha h.ts a vety paialul 4lea. and at mt to b the rttv torn thru(h'Mt the or:d. hit frlendt appllet t Da. !. CLAT TTil. N. 11 Vortn Dtelia street. (J.anJ Karii. Mich., a a last r, t ut. Success Everywhere ! Almett every tn cr c'j or nenhfor rnol ii th I n iei Ftat-s en b t f .:(. r (ir t i'r' r wl o balen re"orrd t p-rv,t '?h np trnt.oder woman he d h Dr. 5. ( ly ToJ4, ia ih-patt at ffats. !! -n'lt m .iriat f tfrr; ere. CAT AKHII CURED ! Have You Cntarrlk na f rain er ta ey T Are j 1- jt wt"t? Hs y n t fiti e"ii? nliltT Are yati (ca at to tro-T I Jiti!"tf(t s Wi irr.p, In cf reeeent la tbaJ.at a? y iarlrt Unfit h fsf t ;a 1 n1 trmti! t t tr. r ay T.1. 1 N -rtt I'lritie tt tta re. r"et I, ) il t, ' .-1 X a . ' t. tr, tt er ty otaiL )ttdiet aeat r?sr. AT PATENS II Stcrr.ach TrcuSIes Cured. ra --. "a sBl ariaf, T.aUitt ttr, f."1 ef rt. Ftist Vafr ts I affr t'aa Crelt s ?t I rvl t M r fa f. pie cured I lreft a t n -i-NfrM:t Dt.ef' enra ! Wn'b trVee ftH Pf, , Oty Tf;t. eff Ji!w H Ncrte Mr etrat. up fara ?eaae t, ! eaS 4. Or4 ap'4a VleV Ct vet set fr t 'n e2ae or ty lttef, Ji't''Ba 9tt ryae. i au r wr.t. fr iiLhrt urn a mmi u 78 and SO r. Sur in You prising Bar gains Oress Goods Henry Hoffmaster. RUBBERS 5V jcro, COLUWIBIA SHOE STORED lVo. ISC Mouroo Street. Commencing Monday, October 10, and continuing for ten days, we will inaugurate a SPECIAL SALE of LADIES' FINE SHOES, which we offer at half their actual value and give you a nice pair of Ladies' Rubbers Free. The people of Grand Rapids are already aware that ours is the cheapest place in the- city for reliable goods, but the way the goods will be offered at this sale will be actually astonish ing. Remember , all our goods are warranted as represented. We carry nothing but first-class goods, celebrated makes, such as Edwin C. Burt's, Eddy & Webster's, Jolui Kelly's, J. Kra mer's, 13. Gannon's, Eugene NcEnTee's W. L. Douglas', V. Sturz's, Wright Sc Richards', and a full line of our own makes, and we can assure you a perfect fit, as we carry all sizes from A to E E. Remember this sale will last only ten days, bo come early and avoid the rush. GILClllIi SHOE STORE, 125 HOE STREET. NOTE Don't forget to ask the Salesman for the rubbers. MiOflOg StOCk Bed Rock THE SILVER SUNL1CHT MINING & MILLING CO.. Oaapltal SBtoatla. 02,000,000. tre felling a limited amount of their fully-paid, non-assessable stock tt 20 Cents Per$T.OO Share to fully develop their rich mines in New Mexico. DiBECToits: Hon. L. BRADFORD PFKHCE, ?nu Gorcmor of Now IMoxioo, Jno. L. Bjttttk, Vicf-Prfs., Vi-I'rest. JSoootto Nat. Ban It, Boeorro, N. M. Ho. K. L. IJ a rtTLETT, Solicitor (I ph. of N'evr Mexico. R. J. Palen, Treat., Cashier lt National I'.ank, JSanta Ftv J. M. Tylkr, of Uartlttt & Trier, Magdalcna. W. 11. Dixsmork. Sec'y., CLicago. The entire net proceeds of this subscription will be ueJ In develop ing the rich nines of this company. BUY NOW. When the vrr&i are thoroughly exposed this stock will sell at par arid pay big monthly dividends. IF YOU WISH TO SAFELY INVEST YOUR SAVINGS Send on your subscription as price will shortly be adranccd. Remit by bank-draft, money order or registered letter. Write to-day for Prospectus; Application-blanks, Report?, Rtc., to W. li. DIN&MORO. Scc'y. 3 and 4 Central Mulc I tail, Chlcic. 3 t ff1 r'"e,' l-i-r t "Bt'S e e' rar? Jr-r' an rI min'. 1 r.nrt ef lS.aor h t "1 ef- t ar? f a Mf"i.r'f t"- t itr-t'; y ere". 4 tr 4 -1 f-i1 ?5f"". e '"f' ruaiasr NtuB this rrER, Trusses and Shoulder Braces! T, T"tm'Q r H fMM i ra tl f f fttf fit "tM T"ai Jf ' 1 1 eS luw;nT 1reat. 1a et tt-etit srp'a- ra r trfeF 9-t eJi eS eur tm a ;tw"t 7 I e r-tr. or e ..-:i.f t e'.ts l t. urate eat t treaS Sarit e leeSa. f at t'at f-e t4. Wlinnhlnr Ufonitu a et a e et Ue' (l Rra tl -.t a iiJJ.l' - i-L e -. A a Vaete' ifii 'ari J-raea,,. jtltt tirti-t at4 tarteaiect, at Ra Sahara sar. VALLEY CITY PHARMACY, 75 Canal Street Bridge Street. JUST RECEIVED 24 pieces All-wool Silk-mixed 36 inch wide STORM SERGES! Bought 25 per cent below whole sale prices. We offer them at So pay 50 cents for the same goods elsewhere. 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