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.'-Jft 1 .'CJW rjp. ..-. •.•v.--. ••...••: $~4s fifteen dollars—we sell them at r* Vo-:,0- O-sO'' :*\f- c^*.* »».« „t "'«,»* of entfeiprise and fair methods has given -_r —0 —. safest Clothing Establishment at the Head of the Lakes. And we never cease to en deavor to maintain this reputation. In print all advertisements look alike—it's in the store where you discover the difference. We believe it pays in the long run to call wool, wool, and cotton, cotton. Makers of worthy merchandise have been looking to this outlet for relief. The continued bad spring weather has left large blocks of goods on their hands.. We've just exchanged our cash for a big lot of the best kind of ready-made Suits and Pants". And guess why? Because peerless buying enables us to offer our public some real bargains—Columbia bargains, you know. On June 5th, we put on sale one great lot of Suits, made to sell at ten, twelve and Another lot of well-tailored suits, made this spring for this summer's wear—all spic and span new, made to sell at sixteen, eighteen and twenty dollars—we now sell at .. dollars. You've aright to doubt this, but you've no right to deny it ..V .:0 until you see. the goods. They are now WEST SUPERIOR, WIS. «tt 'V r," •3t. mmmmg* A—^- DULUTH AND SUPERIOR, JUNE 6, 1896. No. 5. ^"sfe our own price,.usually sold at five, six and seven $ lh%# .** 1 V^i ,0 ZJf-m •**!$ -v.ii *-.kV^t-*$*m®*"•/$#*v '^4- '. hv*- .• -.' -w 'lit I v', "K'l *v %!k \-i ^S, 5 pt itj *. MVff 0~:4^f i? Vi"w•/ l:y '.''-isuij F-Vt* VA*»$ 3$ 1 -t-j 1 ... .*...1^ u2kn.u4': 4* iwh^ pmM 1 ,..v.•S'-x.f .w... \itnttsr.