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GRAND EAP1D8 HERALIX THUKSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, iSqs. JUk:uiie.2irnent. I The otfin llcait u4 llop:Ul i rid 5iy J, liJ-': Lyrua uiiiwJ, tJ r,m:u cuaeU fruii ta aowa tea ;Aor.; t.iint uu-uu, 6 fr p;ivw CAoc. .x towel. Ur taet. two cnerrj tr. bo. bonesei. tir:J Uer biuiioji.; oi.vct aa.ou, tweuty bu V-Urt4 taane-J Uu.t, LoUiwUf Uuiou, uii ju.li, ti.re ueU; iUrcc lu uu;oa, uuo 4a. ii; f ecuaiti uia, tWO iu;il, OU4 tW iiU, two t,.r p.iluWUM, tutitiwr, uu:oa, ou tiUitt; bcrou4 uuiou, oa quiit tu4 cioitiiiiic; L'orr uu:o.i, twwciy can Xru.t; ttru: I- union, fru:t u4 cloifcia; KLa..r u;i:on, lour tea C4P.J of fruit; l.eivlu ua.on, tux tUl.D; U: Vrario MO.ua, qa.il; Mr. til V. Cuo. nu... Lr of uaioa Mrs. V . F. bli. ua4erwer a4 c&iiirea'i ciolbitirf; Mr. iU.ogw4.it, two pumpkin piee; Mr. N. Ii- 'ewtnri, rcvi.nj Liuf ; 31im Mry Lo.iUj, Jr cn.on tAaasl; Mr, fcmru Vhlr, 50 cnt f jr pic-.ui liiwnixig pot; Mr. C. L. lMndcn. ttucuiuber p.c:e; ib Eu. Tti ciub, Uar clothing; Mr. . J Ya L.ne, tuur pair doc; Mr. fran Hu.tn, quantity of butif at ro; iriaJ, enow chow al ppr; Mr. C. M. Uaii.oue Ubit, tbretfiicm of tm tr, twelfe cn fruit, rnulart; Mrs. ick, oo ntl omvLalf tu4Uois poU to, ou crocnetcd wort4 '-tirt; riow. ra, oam ltt liulo Credit wniUnum trackari; Mr. C V. root, .one ch;r cuifuon, one alcohol lamp, one worsted wrapper, one n4 oc year' La d:eVllonieJoaxQal, three Singing book; F.J. Herr.ca-,ar,ara2rass, twelve quart trawerr.ee.'-J bushlpple. groceries; Mr. Church. eral pouad of butter; ir- K;iUt;.!ii. tiower. iihoe aad ciothiQi;" Mr. U A. layn, old linen; i una clock, one crutch, a number of .uar.niS boon, one caa fruit; Mr. L. L. Jlarn, $ia to of toilet paper; Mr. Wiuch.one crutch; i Sektee A Son', a.x palru fn. one sa.t underclothing, new boy' picnic by democratic pre, doughnut and bologna iiUioe; Mr. Cioodman, flower and tomatoes, t;ckl; Ontral meat uiarket, teak; Mrs. L. M. tcott, old linen; Diviuon street M. E. Church picnic, one cake, thrtr-9 lotve breaJ; a friend; tweUe ear corn; Mrs. Monroe, one r?ck pear; Mi Abb. Field, five dxea green corn; Mr. r?ke!s, llower; Alantic and l'acitic tea tore, fif pound coifee; Mr. L. M.Wood, dih; William Ken v.ck, fJgar, jam, baked beans and pie for fJiir; City bakery, L;.cuitj for fair; Dr. Hammond, reading matter; Mrs. W. Cole, ten ponnd sugar; Mr. M. C. liarber, llowers and reading matter; the FeT. Mr. Ciould, ju quarts toraatoe; Mr. lleury pr.t.2, one uit underclothing; Mr. Janiion, one pair hose; Mr. Cole man, waM&bowl and pitcher; Mrs. N. huphens, one upLoltered chair; Foun Ua street lUptut church, cake; Sladam Boise, reading matter; Mrs. K. Mrewt, one bushel apple; Mrs. II. S. liigelow, two nightdresses, one pair pillow-case; Mr, lirown, canned to rn i toes; Mr. K. Hall, baby clothing; !Jr..T. Holmes, one barrel potato; Mrs. Phillip, reading matter; M. E. church, cake, meat and bread; White A White, quantity medicine; JJcribner, quantity medicine; llazeltme A Perk in, quantity medicine; Mrs. Y. K. 1'erry, reading matter; Mrs. Longfel low, can mixed pickles and chow-chow, alo the different daily pre of the citr f Avors and papers received. the board of managers gratefully re turn thanks for all past favors, and hope to brt kindly remembered again m Thankjtfiviog ofierings. ' Mtu. Lxaam xith, Secretary. liar! hark! 'ti SOZODONT I cry, Haste, youth and maidens, come and buy. Come and a secret I'll unfold, At small expenae to young and old. A charm that will on both bestow A ruby lip, and teeth like snow. Head Care full. PulUm German Medicine Co: OtJiTuiMrs For over four years have been a ill ic ted w.th an eruption of the kin, which became very trouble tome and I could ct no relief. I was alio troubled very badly with eonatipa t:on, which nothing I tried gave per man -nt relief until I took bullain s Ureal German blood. Liver, Stomach and Kidney Remedy, and since taking I bave beu mtirtiy curea. i-or a tonic, blood punherand general health nstorer I can heartily recommend it Mit.4.Vf. Copelanp, Flint, Mich. ' Forite at !.('. cribner's drug store. 73 Monroe street. Very Much Surprised. I bav teen a!cted with neuralgia for nearly two year, have tried rhysi can and all known rt niediee, but found 10 permanent relief until I tried a bot tle of Duiltm ureal uerman l-ini-cienl and it gave me iattant and pr manenl rel.ef. 25 cecU et Dottle. r-igned, A. ii. Hvilx. Hamilton, Mich.. April 11, 1S1. For ale at D. C. Fcribcer drug store. 'J iir.oy troubled me for twenty year Since I ilarte I u r, It. Tt omas' Y.c- lect r.c (A hav not bd .1:1 atUck. Tne ! cure r thro-it at once. Mr. I.etta Conrad, S(aadih, Mich, October 2. 'r. Woul I yoTX rid on a rat'road that no darrr nal? That cough is a rgnal of clacttr. The afet cure is It. Wood' Norway rir4 .yrup. old by t daltr on a guarantee of ati- Mr rhy can aid I could not live, my liver out of orJer,frquntly vomit ed sreTii'h fancou. km yellow. mU ti ry ivimoMcn fr, tonicfi would n-'t rt;'i food, r.-irdock Tiood Hit t -r enrtt me. Mr. Ad'vde 'ir.en, ".7J Kt,:n2? tret. f'.ti!TAl. N. Y. F r Co!d, Croup. At;inii, Hron-fi,-t. :i I .-or Thrr-t.u Dr. Thomas' Fttr.oM, and gp tft genu.ne. I K-t ,:rs 1'ci.aw; Take r.etcham' r.;;. . I rv-.t't wc rm ile:royer on earth i 1'iu ?! Gr-t G-rri;an Wcrm In okm. uiy cent pr tx. For , at i. C. cr-ner' Hrug iore. J'mt I m iani'. irt t"r;nn I. Cent l.:vr I" funy m each package, at her J 'r'. J . v ! i .in-'i! 'frit (rcrmn S ent L.Tr Itii. lotty in eaoh pckge, at Kr.ttitT". f jr l',i::,n' Great German 15 cent LiTr 1' forty m eacl p'k-, t Krt-cer'. r;;y lk-j.im' Mrtat Grr a Z5 cent fcn'si i ar at D. i . .S r-nr'. ,"i :y r' K'm' G.-at G.'rnian -3 cent CVtiVn C:jre at I1. C. !cr.' r.r'. i v.y i"i;,iin 'tfat German I't cent to-.iih Lur at t. Kr fcnr'. Ift'rV Cro'ip KenWy cure r. tf-r I i t T' .wr-ntt Tir.-r r "5 'ri l-t'i. n. It .--tts eft'i4 t', c. sr i ' ' J'. "V-'l T le aiarrie) 6 cret Sol- . oriv EXJOYH Both the method and result when rivrup of Fui if uken; it U plewaut and refreshing to the taste, and acts geatlj yet prcmptlj ou the Kidueys,' Liver and Bowtls. cleanses the vv teni effectually, Uispela colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual coaitipation. Svrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kbd ever pro duced, pleading to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its ejects, prepared only from the moet healthy aud agreeable substances, it maar excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. byrup of Figs ia for sale in 50c and $1 bottle br all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. jjo not accept atj rjtxditute. CALIFORNIA FW SYRUP CO. 3 A FMAMCISCO. C4L. IQlUSMUlt. 4. tam IQVC tLt. Jn fficient j-jjealth Qfficer ALWAYS READY FOR DUTY POND'S EXTRACT Wherever inflammation exists POND'S EXTRACT will find and will allay it. It is In valuable for CATARRH, PILES, COLDS, SORE EYES, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS, RHEU MATISM, WOUNDS, BRUISES, SPRAINS, ail HEMORRHAGES and INFLAMMATIONS, NEVER HARMFUL. ALWAYS BENEFICIAL. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. Genuine goods manufactured only by Pond's Extract Co., 76 Fifth Avenue, New York. - - n BABY McKEE We plainly see Out from the "White House" goes, For Baby Ruth, To tell the truth, Is treading on her toes. "I have often been obliged to change my mind from what I once supposed to be surely right." Benjamin Franklin. This appiies to business as well politics. If You be in the Habit of Passing our Store, 4 CHANGE YOUR MIND" and do it NOW. It may change your expense, your bank account and your happiness, all for the better. Do you know that we have the largest and handsomest line of Healthful, Agrssatle, Cleansing. Curt Chapped 3Xnds, Woo&ds, Burns, Xta 2moTa ad Prevt&ta Dandruff. fiUEM&fiU FAMILY SOGP. Beat for General Household Ite liva CsiUd B3n5ii to. of Bsrroni a- r J -rci t,:i- of et'hnr x.4 10 pf pttmii'at.. Tv -hrcor Opluin. of c-Tic. ... nrh lii rf Pria Towr. Wk f Ut-. hrlni lo-vii Ttivif la tb t f i. truffrtn. Kvtnr'l r.tn1'or. Iyrrbc., mnw.Wl Wiir cry. rf For ia i lu.K. 'Tior noh t r jci M of'n 1 J f rtn-ir rl U 1 hni.ih'. Prtr Jl.fO ror. sjxo tar isSK But fry ml! on re. ; r,ifwKITTKX irAI4Vrit!f1" fr rr r or lr wt7d, to rnn J tt tuo- If Frtrinti cr 1 nc' 1?yr'Hi. WhT t irri-)l4 of t?iia'i'.n t-rm r l n- y.vn : r Nfri T'. -wn.n -si ?- h p? rf Ai-'rC" r C.T-rsJx. THE. AH0 MC3JCINE CO.. - j't-i -.vsirs. P. C. : White & White, HORTON HOUSE PHARMACY 5o. 9 fonr 5trt. fira4 EfMl nRDTAGQfi Por.oicrrcNBCHS m;it Tianus ' , rrai) :r TfM .ta -- . Triiu ovcco.. MOO To be found in the city? Exclusive designs found no where else and matched by none in quality, style and price. Do you know that on the topmost round of the "gilded ladder of fame," high above all the rest, there sits . THE ACORN STOVE And from its lofty perch it has looked down on all com petitors for the last 65 pears. For kitchen or parlor, We furnish complete, Good values, good prices, None others can meet. HGAR FURNITUR E GOMFY 123 to 129 S. Division St 160 and 162 Cherry St. A STILL NEWER PRICE FOR 5 rviiffiKfft n n n W U 60c For ioo best Visiting Cards from Plate. For ioo best Visiting Cards and Engraved Plate. $125 For ioo best Visiting Cards and Engraved Plate with Name and Address. By an arrangement with the large fine stationery manufacturing houso of George B. Hurd & Co. of New York City, whereby we agree to take a very large quantity of goods and to handle all of their new styles of papers, wc arc enabled to buy at an inside price and have decided to give the extra profit to our customers. Starting with Monday, November 14, wc will reduce prices on all fine stationery at least one-third from our former prices and promise to carry the most complete line ever shown in Grand Rapids. 11 All Eaton, Lyon & Co., 20 ;uil 22 Monroe Street. v.. J SPROUL & McGURRIN. Pliimhinor. Steami Hnt Water Heatinn . , a. HOT AIK F URN AC 153, fe vmns r.RUFs nn tilik r.is nn fjtctric fi t t r r f 514-- ETC tTO. FTC V2: l frp I v.!m wfclrrs ktli n t!rr"t- jrw b4 wtr im( ,rr, nK9 14 Hast Fulton St, (Telephone 147) Gratvl Rapids, Mich The "good things" to be had on Thanksgiving day To Be Realized Now ! All that pertains to style and comfort in the way of Men's Headyear. Men s i i Furnishings BOM The Hatter, 54 MONROE STREET. ANGELS "Iftheangels in .heaven are anything like those on earth, the silver lining to the clouds would have long ago been made into souv enirs." Never before have there been so many new patterns brought out in sil ver goods as this fall. Every conceivable article that is made in other ma terials is now produced in sterling silver, so that in making a selection of Xmas or Wedding Gifts, with the variety of prices these goods offer, one can find a beau tiful gift at any price they may choose to lay out. J. C. HERKNER JEW ELRY CO. has the largest and most attractive line ever brought into this city and it will please vou to look over the stock- now ready for the Holiday trade. No. 57 Monroe street. FIRE A5D WATER PROOF ROOF PAINT I f IJSimXSi. i ARE YOU GOING ArrLIED BT P. P. SMITH, Ifficr. l' Cnl St. TWidriic. C9 Foua tain fereU SAVE MONEY BY SAVING THE ROCF YOU HAVE. Roof Pf I1 WnAt rrlrl an1 r'ntM wlt! HIBi!ARI'S OTVN TAlM ABK?T0.3 RroF TAINT. (rdr rUen rrornrt ttfBt!on. An work Rf fr rrfr- Col. P. V. Tot. J. J. RP, c. w. c;sin. s rtT CALTH08 fro. a 1"4) rurti-.tw thit ( it i! f '') f f tat tf tafis i. .. VON MOML CO.. II M n J No other store iu the city can give you the advant- r uge we do in lass. HI IHI Sewing ChaTrs in all KTactir.es. Styles. Lamps. Eo:k Lanes' Welch Crodcrj. Cases. Wiitlngr Desls. Fclilng Beds. Bel Lounges Eedroom . . . Cca! end Weed p i a ,i iiosDoaros. p. ana Ccocties. Suites. Sieves. r . Dining Rcom Faricr Parlor ; Urpels Tables. Tables Suites, T"a" Easels. Portieres, r",,!.cc Trees. Furniture. p., China Fictores. ri , Closets, Oilcloth, We furnish the home complete on Easy Pay ments at Cash Prices. HEYMAN & COMPANY $ THE LEADING HOUSE FCR.MSHERS, rj n Elepiiesit Drivers Those who do not drive elephants and the whole people, Pettiborie, the Shoe Man, exists because he has shoes of better qual ity, lower prices, more style to the square inch than any other shoe man in Grand Rapids. Some people know a good shoe when they sec it, and Pettibone's invari ably low and unapproachable cash prices compels hem to buy. Goods bought for cash marked in plain figures by a man who knows his business, and retailed for cash only are the only trade winners nec essary to frugal, smart people. That's why Pcttibone, the Shoe Man, exists in your midst at 30 Monroe Street. Call and See Pettibone! SOME PRICES! Fair Ingrain Carpets, worth f."c, reduced to 2V r1 I!e.t grade half wool Ingrains, worth c 40c yd IJcst all wool Ingrains, latest style, worth 75c, reduced to (JO nnd 0Ji Ac rd Cirtrtd Tnrrtrv Hrnl. worth SlV. ro1nrnl to .4." and ,Vk" vd C, H, ROYCE k :n .t;tff.o- avf.mt.. i3'isrritoirjr ! .!r1fih. !' 16 lr t.tr, I urn- Host 10 Wire Hrusels, 'worth $1, red. to TL'1h ami 7."c yd Host i) rrnme Hody JJrusscis, worth $d..i., rea. to M."yl Hept Wilton Velvet, worth $1.40, reduced to 1.10 yd Smith' Mfxjuette, worth Sl.(V). redtned t l.L'O yd Big job Jot WindoW Shades, worth 7.V down to U"c each Lace Curtains, worth $'J..V pair, down to $1.27) pair BE ON HAND ! Sale commenced Monday Morning. Oct. 31, nt S o'clock. BOSS & NORTON, L7 SOUTH DIVISION STUEUT. " A BRIGHT HOME MAKES A MERRY HEART." JOY TRAVELS ALONG WITH SA uun citt irso?r wofiKt. rRir. ! tt iy iTiiKKm. ADOLPH JJElTlZrjr, 1 Steam Engines and Boilers, arid General Mill Machinery! S ?. etc lii-f rt (iov-rtt. 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