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.HIma RsGordL l'UllLlSItKI) KUIDAVH, AT ALMA, - - MICH, m rr n hhVi OFFERS THIS WEEK BAZAR GOODS OYF.K COATS A. Co. Jit less than Wholesale Prices. Cups and Saucers from 10c to 1.50 Mur 5t 10c ami kJ5o erch Toilet Sem $3.00, now only -j 50 Waier Sets $1.75, now only l.'2f Water Sets $1.00, now only f0c Cream Pitchers 25c, now only 15c Mustard Dishes 25c, now only lTo WHITE CHINA YYe will also give you a special discount on Hayklami Plain White China The largest assortment to select from. All the newest patterns direct from the manufacturers. IN OUli GROCERY 22 lbs Granulated Sugar $1 00 New Honey per lb 11 AT- VEBMEULEM'S WHOLESALE and RETAIL GROCER. )Anrnmr I UlUiJ I T Ul VI We are still adding to our stock of Crockery, Glassware and Lamps. Good goods and low prices is what sells them. We aie selling: 100 pc decorated Dinner Set. .yd 50 100 pc white English porcelain Dinner Set s 50 50 pc Tea Set -i i0 Water Pitchers, each 15 Glass Tumblers, per do. 25 Lamps, each 20 Sttnd Lamps, each 50 Urass Banquet Lamp, center Draft burner and linen shade 2 25 Our goodri are all bargains. L. H. Hayt, Next door to P. O. ALMA, MICH. IrspH-t our garments before Inning elsewhere llntter tit tinu nf (I belter made goods than kepi in the county and Co. I'NDFII WEAK lOWKIt THICKS Mi--iiH.vr A Co. In Merino, Fleece Lined, (Jam el's Hair, Natural Wool, L"li)h'n Wool all the grades Horn 20c to $4 00 a Suit. Ji'!-iii-,'(T .V i o. WINTKU SUITS The finest goods ever brought to this section of country. Pncvs fullv 25 per cent, less than other merchants ask. Alma s New Ootliiii! Store MCSSINGER A. CO. HOME AND VICINITY. Hayt A Yliet THIS WEEK AEE OFFERING 22 lbs Granulated Sugar 1 00 25 lbs C. Sugar 1 00 4 lb Japan Tea 1 00 6 packages Crystal Soda 25 8 bars Lenox feoap -o 8 bars Jaxon Soap 7 lbs good Crackers Codfish per lb 01 10 lbs extra fine Tea Dust. . . 1 00 We are now handling New York grapes exclusively. HAYT & VLIET The Leading Grocers filigree A: Smith shoes at Woodward A: Co 'a. (Jood s jit a made to order from $15.00 up at K'- in's. L. .1. VanLeuvan, of Seville, was in town Tuesday. John liruhaker spent Sunday with relatives in Alma. Frank Davidson returned home from IYnt on !at Saturdav. U S. U"ehl was in Grand Rapids Wednesdav on business. James T. Hall, of Chicago, was in town Tuesday on business. The Woman's Club will meet with Mrs. J. T. lVters, October 22. J. W. McAllister has moved into the f ul f rev house on Superior street. Issac fierce, of Hay City, was in town Tuesday visiting old friends. H. F. W'elty left Monday evening f r a week's visit at Chicago and St l'anl. The Roller Mills wants your wheat and will pay you more than the market price. See the buffalo rohes at Delavan's; also hone blankets, before purchasing elsewhere. II f Webb and Robert Smith left last Tuesday for the northern part of Wisconsin. Twelve of the board of supervisors took in the republican meeting last Tuesday night. J. F. Schwartz shipped several road wagons to Toledo Wednesday, selling them at wholesale. II. J. Vermeulen waa called to De troit the first of the week to attend the funeral of an uncle. Mrs. M. Grav will leave November oth for Hath, New York, where she will spend the winter. The extreme low prices of wearing apparel at F. E. folasky's knocks "hard time" talk silly. On another page will be found the proceedings of the fresbyterian Synod in session at Alma last week. C. C. Thompson and family returned home from a few weeks' visit with friends in f ennsslvania, Monday. There is enough underwear in the stores of F. K. follasky to supply near ly one half the people in the countv. reeianu s Minsireis, wno nave a world wide reputation, will be at St ljouis Saturday night, at the Opera House. K. N. Chad wick is erecting a new ice house on the fine, which will enable him this 5 ear to put in enough ice for his trade. An agent for the Children' Home Society, of St. Joseph, Michigan, was in town Wednesday soliciting for that woithy cause. Wanttd, 500 men and boys' to call at, F. K follfisk's and purchase their suit, overcoat, underwear, shoes, cp etc., at lowre prices than elsewhere in the county. Chas. Spicer had his left arm broken and generally bruised up last Thursday in a runaway. The king bolt broke letting the box to the ground which threw him out. Miss Mary Fgan, formerly with Mrs. Hart Miller, has opened dress making pailors in the Vermeulen block and solicits a idiare of public patronage. First-class work guaranteed and prices reasonable. ' The K. of P. Lodge of this place has had the rood fortune to make ar rangement with the Labadie-Rowell Co., to present the powerful drama Damon & Pythias at the opera house, November 3rd. The Co. will play as a benefit to the Lodge. Mrs. W. S. Turck was re elected Grand Matron of the O. K. S. at the Grand l)dge in session at Grand Rap ids la3t week. Her term has been one of the most sucessful in the history of the order and they show their appre elation by her re-election. The following from the Courier-ller aid will bo of Interest to many who knew Mr. Ljnd when he wa3 in the county: "Owing to poor health Rev. It. T. Ljnd, formerly pastor of the Washington avenue Presbyterian tbutcb. will resign the pastorate of the Wet-t Sixth street fresbyterian church, Superior, Wis., on December 1. After that date Mr. Ly ml expects to return frtm tl at northern region to Saginaw fcr a fhoit visit.'' George Pulfrey was In Detroit Tues day on business.. A. W. Wright was in Rattle Creek Wednesday on business. Frank Munson, of lttiaca, cx county clerk, was in Alma Tuesday. , '.. V. Payne, of Reed City, spent Sunday with Mrs. P.-yne's parents. A complete line of boots, hhoes and rubbers at lowest prices at Delavan's. Geo. Wilson is attending ihe I. O. . F. Orand Lodge at Grand Rapids this week. Don't forget to call on L Clark for a good clean shave t r hair cut, opposite postoilice. four Commissioner Kty iufjrmj in that theii ire now 11 inmates at the county house. You ca;i buy one of those latest style nobby capea or jackets at "hard time" prices at follasky 's. D C. Winnie, of Adrian, agent for Spielman Hros. Nursery, is in Alma delivering his goods. Alma Roller Mills pay within two cents of Detroit market for wheat; more than any town in the state. A. J. Rrown, County Drain Commis sioner, y.i Ithaca, made thv Ui-.coun a pleas i. lit call last Tuesday. Rer republic in should seeto jL that not only themselves but Miould look out for o'hers regarding registration. Just think of it! F. V. FolU&kv iii selling nice, soft, heavy blankets, full size, white or gray, at only 00 cents per pair. The Alma Colletie boys have or ganized a foot ball team and want a match game with some college team thanksgiving. Mrs. N. (i. Davidson and Miss Ida Coleman are attending the (Jrand Con vention of the D of 11.. in session at Grand Rapids this week. Remember registration day is clne at hand. Hand our name to the township clerk or be on hand bMfre the board of registration. L D Rodma i has purchased the tin shop of A. W. Rroek and is ready to 3arve the public. He will engae a first-class tinner aud asks for a share of patronage C. W. Martin, H. F. McNaul, Jas. Kres, P. I). Pettit, J. W. Otto and W. A Leet were among the many who at tended the fatton and Avery speech here Tuesday night. Now is this? F. K. follasky is of fering this week a large line of ladies,' gents' aud children's line heavy 50 cent underwear for only 25 cents. To see them is to buy them. On Sunday, October 2b, Kvangelist McDonald and his assistant, Miss Loomis, a sweet gospel sintrer. will begin Fpeclal services in the Raptist church. All are welcome. Dr. J. F. Suvdam has resigned as candidate for coroner on the democrat ticket. (Jive it to your other democrat physician in Alma, he will stick by. just for the good of his party. The loaid of supervisors, in session at Ithaca, elected Jessie fepple as member of the board of poor commis sioners and re-elected W. M. Coon as member of the board of school exami ners. To convince ourself that it pajs to advertise and do just as ou advertise, call at F. I' follasky 's and you will see people buying their fall and winter goods in large piantities. Honest goods and low prices does the business. Dr. Wm. Hrown, of Shepherd, father of the editor of the Republican at that place, dropped dead last Sunday morn ing. Hp whs in a healthy condition having just eaten his breakfast. De ceased was about 05 yean of age and a resident of Isabella county for 5 ears. Remember the speech at the Opera House, Saturday evening. Octoler 27, by Hon. G. J. Diekenia nud Hon. F. A. Maynard. The former is ex-speaker of the Michigan house of representative and the latter is candidate for Attorney General on the republican ticket, Roth are line orators aud all should hear them. One of the most enthusiastic meet ings ever held in the county was the meetiug at Alma, Tuesday night, by United States Senator John fatton Jr. and Congressman Avery. The house was full to oversowing and the speehes were very much enjoyed. About 25 from Ithaca and several from St. Louis, Elwell and E m Nail attended. The Wright House will undergo some changes next week, the sample room will be converted into a billard room ami the room for some time used as a billard room will bo taken for a sample room. A door will be cut joining N. (i. Davidson's barber shop with the billard room. In addition to all of this the barber shop will be handsomly dec orated aud the bath rooin will be made new with porceleau tubs. Franw Itumsey, who probably has as good a reputation withhoises as any man In Michigan, has concluded to lo cate here in Alma. He will make a specialty of veterinary and dentistry, of which there are but few his equal. He has not only had the education in this professicn but has had 25 years of ex perience which fits him well. He will also buy and sell, also break and handle young horses. Those wishing any thing in his line will be satisfied of his compentency by giving him a trial. Mrs. Peter Outwater, of Ithaca, was in town Tuesday. J. 11. Lancashire was in Saginaw Wednesday on business. Fifteen dollars in gold given to our custcmers free. Call and see. . C. L. & G. M. Dklavan L. A. Sharp attended the Raptist Association at Lansiug this week. Express Agent Going, of Riverdale, was in Alma Tuesday on bu3iuess. ii. VauDeiiliergh was in Detroit Thursday looking after his new prop erty there. Shoes for all at the lowest prices eer made for good reliable footwear a: F. E. Pollasky's. Don'! forget the domhnut contest at the home of Mr. McAllister, Tuesday evening, October 2:J. Rv. John Revels delivered a mis sionary lecture at the M. E. church last Wednesdav evening. Mrs. F. II. Goss has located in the Dallas block and w ill clean and repair gentlemen's clothing. Draw your wheat to the Alma Roller Mills and recieve more for it than at anv nmket in Michigan Vn h! tnd's Minsels at St. Louts Sahiiiiiiv night. Those who enjoy a first -e"ia-s Minstrel should attend. Won. has been received from Dr. E. A. Havrev and he is nicely located in New York on Second Ave. and 20th street. Judging from the large sales and in 'leased business at F. E. Pollasky's people know where to go to make their dollars go the farthest. Several from Alma took in Ionia last Friday, hearing McKinley's speech aud seeing one the most enthusiastic gatherings ever held in Michigan. W. R. Lathrop has purchased the Laubengayer stock of groceries at Elm Hall and will put in a large stock. Will is a hustler and has lots of friends. The 12h District S. S. Convention will be held in the M. E church at I'haca, Oct. 20 The District com passes the s. S. of Montcalm, Isabella and Gratiot. Just received at F. E. Pollasky's, 800 Hue tailor made overcoats, 270 suits for men and boys. These were bought at "hat d time prices" and you can buy them for about cost of manufacture. The Alma College boys met last Tuesday and organized a Republican Club composed of 50 members with John Watson, president, and R. II. Sidebotham, secretary. They took'ki the speech 45 strong at night. Ry dropping a line to Eggleston's music store, Ithaca, Mich., you can get prices on pianos from $200 up, on or gans, from $39 up. and on sewing ma- bines, from $22 up Everv thing in th mrsic and sewing machine line eons'iintly on hand, E. II. Weston spent Sunday in town with his mother and left again Mon dav morning for Detroit. Grand Rapids and Waverly where he will be busy in round-houses on the D., L. & X. and C A; W. M. It. R.'s fixing steam heat ing apparatus for the coming cold weather. The remains of Mrs. S. It Streeter, nee Miss Libbie Defew, of Walcott, Indiana, was brought, to Alma for burial last Saturday. The funeral ser vices were held at the Episcopal church. Deceased will be remembered by Alma people as a former citizen and a sister of Miss Relle Defew. The Arcada Sunday School Associa tion will hold their quarterly meeting at the fresbyterian church next Sun day evening. This Is a union of all the schools In the township and should b- larcely attended. A first-class tiro- gram lus been arranged, consisting of music, recitations, a paper by Mrs. f ! urn. j-nd addresses by Prof. J. T. Ewing md R. C. Ely. Having tried to our entire satisfac tion the tfoods manufactured by some of the largest shoe houses, we have concluded to throw out all goods and handle no other except those made by f iugree & Smith, as these goods are made upon honor aud are fully war ranted to give the best of wear and sat isfaction. Just try a pair of Pingree Sc Smith shoes and you will wear no other. They are no cheap shoddy. Wood w aud & Co. Mr. John W. S Pierson went to Cold water Monday and on Tuesday, at 10 a. m., he was united In marriage with Miss Clara E. Dillingham at the resi dence of the brideV parents in Cold water. We are informed they have gone ee.st for a short sojourn after which they will return to Stanton. Mr. Pierson is well and favorably known in this city and county as one of btanton's most successful business men He has now been indentified with Stan ton and Stanton's Interests for about 20 years and every enterprise that sought the good of the city and sur rounding country hag always been given a willing ear and a helping hand. Ills bride though not so generally known here is by no means a stranger, having been for some years identified with the college in our neighboring town, Alma, many times the guest of Stanton friends. She is recognized es one of the foremost educators of this part of the sta'e in her chosen field, kinder garten training. Their many friends wish tl em a long and happy wedded life and on their return will extend them a warm welcome and hearty con gratulatloui. Stantbu Cllrper. W ' e -1 r . irttr Lv : p f ' f. The Alma Sanitarium Management take this opportunity of announcing to the readers of the Hecokd and their friends that tho institution in open for their inspection at any time, except Sunday. We also place at jour convenience all of our remedial applian ce, as well as our Mineral and Turkish Haths,and assure you, that you will be treated with the same consideration as our resident guebts. Full information as to hours and prices, will bo cheerfully given. RefLT .NlLJUyiLnvyiLOVl I To induce thtj purchasing public to buy their Fall and Winter Goods early and keep our'buiness booming, we will lor the next TWO WEEKS Otter (4 UK AT HAKGAINfc in ' "Mil Dress Goods Jackets, Capes Carpets, Clothing Boots and Shoes We have the leading things in perfect fitting CORSETS at juices from :p.U: to $1.50; all war ranted for fit and wear. Coraline F. P. flrmorside Tricora Sampson 1 W i 1 7 mi w invil Royal Worcwtor DUpIex Dilctiess Imperial Waist Reliance Waist Buy your Diy Goods, Carpets. .Jackets, Capes, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoeo of us and save 20 per cent, on your Fall and Winter purchases. F. E. POLLASKY. New Store New Goods 94 GASH STORE '94 A. Hi M A. New Goods Coming in Daily at '94 Gash Store. And positively we sell good at lower prices than Ithaca, St. Louis or Mt. Pleasant. Don't be deceived by "loud bills" of "Slaughter Sales," "Great Sacrifices" and such stuff and nonsense. The fact ii we are all trying to live, and the question is who will or can live on the smallest per cent, of profit. If you see the goods and prices at 94, Alma, you will decide the matter in a second of time. Just received at '04 Cash Store: Rubbers, Felts, Overs, Rain Proof Wrappers, Rubber Coats, Mackinaws, Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Under wear, Collar?, Cuffs and Dress Goods. Ladies Underwear, Gimpg, Braids, Etc. a specialty. SEE DiroctVJAN ABOUT IT.