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GRAND RAPID8, MICH, SUNDAY MOhNlNO. APRIL 26, 188tt. EIGHT PAGES.
FIVE CKM'eS
m l ITS: 500 SUITS!
The KatUe i MON AVEV.
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Monday, April 26,
500 SUITS
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tive. We will a it you by
quoting the m) LuMot price.
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We would invite your in
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THE FINEST
26 MONROE-ST.
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$4.50 PER SUIT.
Decorative Qooda, See our! urapenes. i urcoman, madias, ink,
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1 . tiii iii i Meg rap us, etfuai
M to hi Paintings, sUt frames i
typeeaud Alhertypesfrom $1 Nottinghams, Swiss Chany.
to $" ,0ty Mihjeets of iare pieces
of art Walnut Kra,m.NSxl(.. d f fc R
Cahiiiet -ie. with inat. l'1;i-.
etc., 25c; same size intiilt, i
warrant 1 Dot t tarnish, ttc.j
till better at 50c ami upward
Th.yaregoinRattheiow- SmTSLJSK Always a Pleasure !o Show Goods,
est prios in the nictrket. iy framed, for 25c; 1'Kls only
a. , ii i "mm and upwards to full site
btylesto suit all purch- Mrlor mirror. Patio and eboo;
afters, hkrh or low or iced . WalJ i' km (Hand painted)
Grocery Establishment
IN THE STATE
77, 79. 81 AND 83 SOUTH WVB0 STREET,
MS
Don't forget.
pai 10
Wall
W. 7"ic. 5"! .(Hi ami uowanls. A
fall line of Black Walnut and MORGAN & AVERY.
Japanese Match -.if"-. Comb
Cases. Bracket . Letter Cases.
hvprv Suit (hir Own MaIta M f P T fi M - n-n-m:.,; ji. a. True riintmir Kmr. iv
w w J w W " I I II I 11 II Japanese Decorations of rarest
Watch for Bargaius Bwr Week.
' SUITS! 500 SUITS!
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patterns and styles. N e carry
the largest lineoi Clock-, from Publishers,
the eelehrateo An-onia Clock
Co., from a 6c Alarm ( lock to
the finest French Mantel
( lock, livery time piece sold
by n i warranted.
Engravers,
Binding and
Our stock is mammoth tn extent embracing everything in t.ir
line of Groceries known to the trade. We are giving our patrons
such service as cannot be found elsewhere only in very largr
cities and our stores are fast becoming a great source of attraction
We shall continue to add Novelties from time to tine tad
visitors will always at least find our stores pleasant and interesting
Ask to "be Slxcrwri
LIQUID COFFEE
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Houseman.Donnally&Jones
Manufacturer of
SILK AND CASSMERE IT PAYS TO TRADE EVERY
TIME WITH
It is the latest novelty we have to offer and ij indeed a most
! meritorious article which cannot fail to meet with approval ll
is not a substitute for coHee as manv have sutmiscd but is on Am
Electrotyping contrary the PUREST OF ALL COFFEES, being the Ot! ex
tracted in such a manner as to preserve all the good quaiit icf
By its use a delicious cup of coffee can be made instai.r . 'iout
Wedding Invitations. boiling, settling or other trouble. No car- :s required It
Party Programmes, I cannot fail. Plain directions with every bottle
Society Work. Thc CQSt ls no grcatcr tnan other first class coffee We have
three grades. You ought to try them
ENGRAVING ON WOOD. METiL AND COPPER PLATE. Everything Warranted as Represented. Tamil 1 I Mtivw y
HATS.
The only place in the city
where you can have a hat made
to order. Hats bought of us
ironed free of charge.
Heyn & Co.,
4s Monroe St.
Commercial Stationery, Catalogue
AND
GENERAL JOB PRINTING.
I suit SH I.you Street. Dp Statr.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ALL PARTS OF CITY.
T 13 Xj E I H O "N 3C 4 32.
ARTHUR MEIGS & CO
RETAIL DEPARTMENT.
Large and Special Sale of Spring Clothing for Men and Boys' Wear.
M I km
f rMDfcf, Seamles t'ot
ton SM'k-i fur Men an) Boys,
nly . sjfc, worth l
83c Buys a Boy's neat Grey Sailor Suit, worth $1.25, m . , , ,
99c Buys a Nobby Blue Sailor Suit, worth $1.50.
Niiiii scans,
Worth 4V. only Ixxk at
nur Um Qi I fc I . "''V ami Ac
.trf- I a'' pattern', rmhhy
k you want a x. strong,
rfrnlar nial British Hork.
su h as you am! to pay 36c
'or We hae a .uprn r .ir
tirle. nf that w ran re
' mmeii'l to ive prft at.
nfa tion Ifr a pair -traitfht.
pair
$1.49 Buys a good, strong every day Suit for Children. Knee Pants.
$2.6r5 Buys a well wearing Suit for Boys, all ages to 16.
$2.95 for a Mans Suit worth $5, a good strong every day Suit. TAL0EIN(
GREAT BARGAINS.
DEPARTMENT
$5.95 BUYS A NICt, PLAIN BROWN ALL WOOL SUIT, WORTH $9.00.
sii.ii ons wioii nans mm ill wool iui flasnei. iit. siui is mil t
Good Workmen.
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$8.95 buys a Nobby Plaid Cassimere Suit, worth $12.00.
$10.00 BUYS A NEAT BLA K DRESS SUIT. W( KTB $12 to $16
Good Material.
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Wbo will ive hi- rf,Hl
OUtl $13, $18 and $90 Si ITS FOB ' ND TOl THS EQl 1 IND FINISH U THOSI
( i wo TAILORS t II :.i $2A mmd $40 FOIL WE CAN PRO I 1 1
S 1 Vluni tftven with every
U - uit.
IN OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
We offer Soft Fur Feather Weight Hats at 81.25, $1,50, worth double. Nobby Grey
Stiff Hats, worth 83.00, at 81. 98. Fine line of Boys Hat
WE CAN ASSURE PER
FECT SATISFACTION
THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE,
THE REALLY LIVE CLOTHING HOUSE.

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