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TÖ MÁCKINAC Summer Tours. Palace Steamerc. Low Rates. Four Trips per "Week Between DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Petoskey, Sault Ste. Marie, and Lake Huron Way Ports, Every 'Week Day Between DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Special Sunday Trips during June, JnJy, August and Sept. Doublé Daily Line Between CHICAGO AND ST. JOSEPH, MICH. OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Batei and Erouroion Tickets wlll be furnished by your Ticket Asent, or address E. 6. WHITCOMB, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich., Detroit and Cleveland Steam Nav. CoPARMQ IN CENTRAL rAttlYfO MICHIGAN are positlvely first rate :t% proven by both State and United Staits aRricul ural preporta. In viel cl and vahitMif crups per acre, th-y xoell Southern AMchigan, Indiana and Illinois. We offer for pule at low pricee and on easy tenue 20,000 acres of good nnimproved ffcxmlng latids in Isabella County, the center county of the lower peninsular of Michigan. Write for descriptive pamphlet and sample price Hst. Wells, Stone A, Co.: Sagi na w,WichHaving bought the wood yard and feed business uf GeorgeH. Hazelwood, i propose to keep WOOD OF ALL KINDS Kindling Wood. Balea Hay and Straw, Flour and Feed of the best quallty, Charcoal, etc. Goods delivered to any part of the city. ' CASH PAID FOR CORN and OATS The firm wjil continue the truck business of C. H. Jones as bef oro. Orders by telephonc promptly attended to. 1Í. C. Clark, 33 East Huron St. Telephone 14. One door west of Firemen's Hal]. MRS. C. H. JONES, UMIM 1B-MAKER! Fourtb St. Opposite Court House Draping and Cuttinga Sp&cialty! Mme. Kellogg's Freneh ïailor System used. Perfect work c-uaranteed. Instructions in cuttingby the Keilog French Taylor System given. (C.W, VOGEL, Ann Street. CHOICEST CUTS OF STEAKS. All kinds of MEATS AJVD SAÜSAGES. Fresh lard always in stock. Poultry in season. -r Sïf L5íen.t8 íor L' Douelas Shop.. iLiSÏ. i sile tn your place nsk your lenler to send for catalogue, secure the asrency, and (jet tüem for you. WTARE NP SUBSTITUTE. 3 ... WHY IS THE W. L. DOUCLAS $3 SHOE GENOMEN THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MOK t„ i, ? ??amIess she. with no tacks or wax thread to hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, stylish and easy, and because we make more shoei of ths aradethanany other inan-ufactnrer, lt euuals handseH-ed sho costing from 84.00 to 5.0O. S5 0?,7OIllliui' "anJ-seived, the flnest calf f shoe ever offered for 85.00: eauals Frcnpli taported shoes whlch cost from 88.0(1 to 812.00. 5f4, Haud-Sewed Welt Shoe, fine calf fl. stylish, comfortable and durable The best shoe ever offered at this prlce ; same grade as custom-made shoes costlng from $6.(10 to 89 00 S3 5?,iVli,;e Slio.e' F?ers, Rallroad Men ■ and Letter Carriers all flnnculf seamless, smooth inslde, heavy three i soles extên slonedKe. One pair wllí wear a yéar. etenL2 s J1 calí; no better shoe ever offered at ■ thls prlco; one trial will couvlnco thusa ffSW a she for comfort and service! CO 25 and 82.00 Workiiigmaii's shoes are very strong and durable Those who lave giren thema .trial wlllwear „o other make BOVS' .00 1 and 1.75 school ehoes aro worn bythe theysell n theTr merlts, as the luc-rcaslng sales show. l_,r)filfC syUO llnml-Ncwed shoe, best l-nution.- Sce that W. L. Douelas' nnmo anr! )rlce are stamped on the bottom of fáeh BhS W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, ilass. WM. REINHARDT &!CO