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IT J, DUt It W luru iiijj-v- - I nnntti lnmrti mmnnirnmn w i 1 v uk j a tt ya, TT T5t X if V 7 I - Frocl rCBUAUKD BT lMltor m4 Prs-prtetsr. thlnir. as be assured us mot roads bad enough to do to pay the interest on their bonds without incurring any fresh dibt and that, in fact, be wan not aware of one road in the west which bad pur- chased a can of paint that was not a- MnTCII ELATED AT THE OUTLOOK. olutely necessary, although he said ne had no doubt but that hla road would trentuxllf, but when, it wM impossible to say, come to Calumet, The News believing that one of the lines, when it management got ready, would be extended to tbecopper country, did not endorse the Robinson bill as it was afraid that U the legislature Inter fered with the railroad charges, such Ptlrm tnfirht cause a delay in bringing in HOW tO SpSClllate SllCCeSSflilly " the roads, for we believe that when one comes tne otner wiusoou and therefore our object in not endorsing Knowledge IS SUCCeSS. the bill was not, as many might hare 60 or CO votes to the .next house of repr . 13 I i , .t.-i , t h. .i1rrna I sontatlvea to be uln-tcd in November eupposeu, in iuc iuicmi but it was, as we told Mr. Hibbard, ex actly the contrary, for we Iwlieyed It would be better not to pass the bill, which migntgm) IDS nw w- I neither of thn chirr rartlnn will nmLnn f i J T 1 0 C I aaiiying, DUl iortne iwpio m. taturnotory euvcr platform; inns tiiey will IHianCi. lOWlb Ql IjU. country to do all they could to get one either dHclareagalnit Fllver or JupKlowIiU WOfflilnthaNrw HI00&, orth end of tfuh street, Kl Jacket, Mica. TKIIMM OK WlTMMrilHTlOXlia BY M 411. OH CAHKlKlt. um ytxir (in uuo) JJ Six month rj fw moulb BXTHHID At TBS mTOFrVCl AT CALCMtT. UCH1UAH, A BBOOSP-CLAS MATTKM. KBTOommuwitHm snd lettr of builne uuuvt4 wllU tbs plr abouUi ! aUJrMKi The Copper Country Evening Newi, tK laliiBset. Mlea. l.l I. nn Vlnalile mull" for ''OUtttldS fool. oollber I it a broker's advirtliieut. Ut tits particulars. AUUress The Clayton Publishing Co., Cleveland. Ohio. Leaders Ezpect Fifty or Sixty Votes la the Nest House. Whrt Thy Look For Groat Cln They Ara Aftsr tho Elector! College Alio. Practical follUclaus Worrying Orer Money Matter Tour CamliUaUa. Washington, March 1. ?roc!.-l. 1 One of the remarkable j httces of politics tn this country st (lis prem-nt time- Is His vi tality shown by the I'opullxt party. lu these dispatches an effort Is mndo to treat all parties fairly sod truthfully, and In pursuance of this policy it becomes Deces sary to say that tho Populist lenders aro in high glee over the outlook for their organ ization. They tell me that they will bavo Some of them even estlninto tholr strength much higher than this, but CO Is a fair llg- urs to repreent the Intelligent expectation of the Populit leaders themselves. They bass this opinion upon the prediction that Bankers and Brokers, Members of tbs dfitfln anil Keif Tori EicHames. Ooppor Stocks s Bpodaity. ; . . . W. F. Fitzgerald. tt Ca-res ML. Usstam. c lUxiTOM, Marvn a, Th annual nieetlnit of the I'tmtunulal Min ing Company will b held ou Wedueitday, the tin day of April, IMM), at room 3, No. M lAron sblre Ktreet, lioslou, Maosauliusettf, at l o'eioek iiikiu. Ibe objoet of holding the same Is: 1. Toeioota board of dlroetora for the en suing year. , . 2. To (Itmlirnate the location of the buslneos ofiloeof the t rK)rtitioii, outside the limits of Uie t-tateof Michigan, la acoorUanco wun Uia artiC'M-K of aitMtciatlou. 8. To conxlder any plan that may b offered to sell and dlpotte of the property of the com pany to a new Company to be formed under Uie plan of rvorKaniiauon or otherwise. 4. To consider ana act upon any business that atay lawfully come before the lueviiurf. I'er nler JOHN O. WATSON. THOMAS" 11. 1'EKKIXd, WILLIAM BAiisKT. Tbs Irotcottre Oommittteapomtcd by a ma jority of toe tock holders. RUri 1ILK AN STATU t'OSVKXTIO.M DKTaorr, Mich., February l, lnwt. To thk Rkpuulican Klkci-oiw or xua staib or Michiuani The etiate convention of tho republicans of Mlchlvau Is hereby called to meet at the Audi torium, Detroit, ou Tburttday.May 7, leW, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of nominatlnK fourteen 14 electors of pretddent and vice- president ol the I ulieu tsites, ana eiecunx four deleates-at-Iarxe and fouraiieruatodei-Kaus-at-larKe to tho republican uatlonal ootivention to le held at it. LouIh, Mo., June 1A, 1MM. Also for the purpote of sclectins; a chairman of the State ceutral committee and two members thereof from each congressional district and the transaction of such other busi ness as uiav proerly coine forward. Under tbe call of the National Hepubllean (mmlttee, each cotigresHional dititrict Is en titled to two delegate and two alternate dele gates to tbe uatlonal convention, which dele- EatesHhail le choncn at dtdtnet conventions, eld witii not lts than twenty iJ0 days' public notice, and not le-s than thirty JuJ day be fore tbe national convention. Tbe aeieaates from the several counties In each cougrvdHlonal district are requested to meet In district caucus at lOSiO o clock a. ni., on tbe day of the (Mate convention, and select candidates as follows, tn be presented to tbe etate convention forcotitlrmation: Two mem bers of the Mate ceutral committee, one vlce prettident, one aHisiaut secretary, one mem ber each of the committee on "Credentials," "I'ermancnt orgs uirai ion and order of busi ness," and "Itcdoluiion," and to transact sucb other business as they may deem neceKary. L'nder the resolution of IKVi, no delegate will be emitted toasestin t lie convent lou bo does not reside la the county be proposes to repre sent. In accordance with the resolution of 1879, every county will Ins emit led to one delegate for eacb five hundred of the total vote cast for roveruor at toe iMt Mate election (Noveuilur, (Ml, and one additional for every fraction amounting to three h unci red, but each organ ised county will be entitled to at least two 1,2 delegates. In compliance with tho resolutions adopted tn Detroit, June 2-1, 1'.), tho secretary of each county convention is urged to forward to the secretary of tne Mate ceutral committee, De troit, uy the eariieKt man alter tbe delegates to the Mate ronvention be chosen, acertirjtd list fit sucb deiegnte as are entitled to seats In tbe Mate convention from tbeir respective eountles. This committee requests that the several counties select tnelr county committees for tbe ensuing two years at tbe count conven tions which elect relegates to tbe Mate con vention hereby called, and tbat the ornaniza Uon and memiHTKhlp of such committees, to setbe wltb pont tdbco addresM-s, be at once forwarded to the ecietary of the Mate cen tral committee, lHaioit, in order tbat early and syxtetuatlo work may be begun and car ried on during the coining campaign. JAMEi MCMILLAN, Chairman Republican Mate Central Commit tee DENNIS E. ALWAKD, Secretary. Under tho above apportionment the total number of delegates at the convention will be Hougbb.n county will have 13 Mineral Rallae Uancock Maniuette oountv- 12 Oogebloouunty tf Ontonagon county 3 fte of the roads here and that as competi tion would naturallT follow a reduction in both freight and passenger rates would ensue as a matter of course, without tbe intervention of the legislature. The difficulty appeared to be awaken- ing the people, not the business men alone, to tbe state of affairs and that they should arise and demand, if tbat is tbe proper word, that the wide guage be continued to this place. A letter ap peared In the Evening News on the 12th of last April, wherein It was shown that every barrel of flour consumed by the people of this community cost 10 cents extra through having to be trans ferred to our narrow gauge system. When it is considered the many thous and barrels of flour brought over the Mineral Range and II. & C. railroads tbe tax those lines mulct our people for this article alone annually,"amounte to a very considerable sum, which of course, with tbe merchant's interest on the outlay, all comes out of tbe pocket of the consumer, the workingman. This, It should be re membered, is only one item. Now, however, the business men ap pear to have awakened from tbeir leth argy and it is to be hoped that the peo ple, who should reaD the benefit, will back up the action which may be taken at tbe meeting to be held on Thursday next in Ilancock-and j all business men, whether in a large or small way, should m tke a point of attending and so help a ong not only their own interests, but t lose also of their friends, tbe consumers. It is to be hoped tbat the supervisors of the various townships in the county, as well as the officials of the various min ing companies will, in tbe interest of their employees, attend tbe meeting, so that the railroad companies will fully under stand that the people of the copper coun try mean business and will insist upon one of the roads being extended to this place. Py the way, there wa, some years ago, if we remember correctly, a movement made by Mr. Charles A. Wright and others for a connection wltb the broad gauge system at Watersmeet, or some place near there. What has be come of it? When it is considered that the C, M. & St. P. runs to Champion, only about forty miles from Houghton, and tbe C. & N. W.to Michigamme, this side of that, it is wonderful how our people would have allowed themselves to be taxed by the D., S. S. & A. and the narrow gauge roads for so long a time without a concerted kick; but now one is about to be made let us all put aside our jealousies and other matters and kick the ball with a will and keep it rolling until we see tbe train that leaves Chicago run to Calumet direct. This can be done if the people and the business men will only act together. iweenaw county 2 I t? Baraaa oountv.... 2 I V " arrive at uancocK MINING. AUouea Arnold Atlantlo Boston and Montana Butt St lioston.. .. Calumet and 11 eula . Centennial Copper Falls t'raaklln Kearsarge alesnard National Osceola Mtorks). Bostok February 14. 1AS6 20 1 73 3U is 11 3A Uulncy. 4M 27fi0 tss ulncy sotiot santa r e Old Dominion is Tamarack lu Tamarack script Tamarack Junior Tecumeh 4 Woivertna. 7 75 EDITORIAL. Let t' Pall Together. Yesterday's mail brought us a call for a "Business: Men's Mass Mating," to be held at St. Patrick's Mall, Hancock, on the afternoon of Thursday next, tbe 10th of March, the object of the raeetiog being to take some steps towards induc ing either the C. A N. W. or the C, M. &, St. P. railroad to continue its line to Houghton county which would naturally be to this place as t be metropolis of tbe copper country. Tbs editor ol tbe New, on one occasion visited the officials of the C. & N. W. rail road in Chicago for the purpose of bring ing op the question of tbe extension of ineir line to nougnton coumy ana was informed that, although the manage ment was desirous ol doing all it could to pleaee its patrons in the copper coun try, it would be impossible at tbat time to extend their line into the copper country, which to them looked only as a potato patch considering the vast expanse of country in the west they were then opening up. Last year when In Chi cago, w called on Mr. , one of tbe vie presidents of tbs C, U A St. P., nt. Patrick's Day. In addition to the regular trains on the & Calumet roads, March 17, special trains will be run as follows: Leave Red Jacket. 2:20 at 8:15 p. m, for societies only. Leave Hancock, C:30 p. m., arrive at lied Jacket, 6:50 p. m.; leave Hancock, 11:30 p. m., arrive at Red Jacket, 12:20 a. m.; leave Lake Linden, 2:40 p. m., arrive at Hancock, 3:15 p. m ; leaye Hancock, 11:30 p. m.i arrive at Lake Linden, 12:10 p. m. Fare 50 cents for round trip, good until March 18 inclusive. Owing to the crowd on tbe special train, particularly ladies and children are advised to take the regular train and so avoid tbe rush. The round trip tickets are good on any train. Don't invite disappointment by ex per mentlng. Depend upon One Minute Cough Cure and yon have immediate re lief. It cures croup. The only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. Eagle Dbco Stork. uive me a iiver regulator ana J can regulate tbe world," said a genius. Tbe druggist handed him a bottle of De Witt's Little Early Riaers. Ei OLE Dbuo Rtobx. JofcwaoB, the Tailor. Go to M. Johnson, tbe fashionable tail or, for tbe latest in the tailoring line. Spring goods just received. Prices low and good fit guaranteed. Wasted ts Berrww On fl rat-class free-hold security, 15,000 or $0,000 for a term of years with irood interest. Apply by letter to "X Y," ears of the News office. tbs question to tbe disgust of thoatlvo catea of free and unlimited colnnpo. Ac cot ding to the Popullxt spokesmen, their party Is the only ono that earnest silver men will be ablo to pin their faith to la the oomlDg campaign, and for this reason alone they expect to carry scores of con. gresslonal districts now represont-od by He publicans or Democrats. A Clsaa Fwscp Eipected In Texas. The ropullsta expect their preatest (rains, of course, in tho Eouth and west. In Texas they think tliey are sure of al most a clean sweep. The Lone Star Rate Is wild for free silver, and, ns to the no curacy of this statement, It Is not neces sary to depend alone upon tho testimony of the Populists. That is the report brought to tbe natlotml capital by Demo crats aDd Republicans as well. A mighty wsvs cf sliver sentiment has swept over Texas, which Is one of tho preatest and most prosperous states In the Union. The Democrats say tliey will bo lucky If they save a pair cf congressmen out of tho wreck. Some of them thluk Mr. Dalley i tbs only man who will be ablo to secure a re-election. This state of affairs does not exist because tho Democrats of Texas nro against silver, because they nro not. They are for free coinage all tho tlmo. Dut tho silver sentiment In that state has bocomo convinced the only way tobrinRalwut free coinage Is to go clear over to tho Populist party, which declares for free silver lu Its platforms without any equivocation. There are many ether states In which the Populists expect to ruako hcadwny. Perhaps there is not a state cf tho south In which they aro cot active and well or ganized and approaching the coming cam paign with more enthusiasm than ever bo fore. In the far west, too. they count upon gains. Altogether they deem their estimate of 60 votes in the next congress conservative. A Ralanc of rower. If those expectations be even approxi mately realized, we limy have that decid edly Interesting state of affairs In Washing ton a house of representatives in which the third party holds tho balancoof power. This Is the dream of tho Populist lenders. and they now believe they ure nearer the goal than they ever were beforo. If they sucoeed In this purpose, they will make things Interesting for tho new adminis tration, no matter what Us politics tuny be. Wo should then havo a congress in which both houses wero dominated by the avowed friends of silver, for It is notorious that tho setiato Is now ond will for some years continue to be a Mlver body. The Hepubllcans. by coming political changes, may secure a clear majority in tho Bcuato, but they will always bo dependent upon the silver men from tho far west, nnd those senators havo of lata thown a most stubborn Intention to stand by tho luter ests of their section, regardless of tho do slresof the remainder of tho party. If, then, the Populists wcro to pet n balancoof power In the house, a lino stato of affairs we should havo In our national legislature The Populists do not confine their ambi tion to the houso of representatives. They are also after the electoral collep:o. They believe they are going to do great things in the coming presidential election. Four years ago they cast 1.000.000 votes for Weaver and elected 22 presidential electors. This year they claim they will bavo C.000, 000 votes and nerhnns 73 eloetnr.il vntr In fact, they talk of controlling the bal ance of power In tho electoral college. Just as they talk of controlling the balance of powor In the houso of rouresentalives. There aro Populist leaders lu Washington who bcllevo their rarty will poll a proatcr number of votes at the coming election than tbe Democrats, but this claim Is of course scouted by Democrats ns absurd Time will tell. Tfa Growing; Senat. Though the United States senate has now become f uch a largo body that It has In many respects changed Its character and its tone, it Is suggested by a western sena tor that the body is to goon growing till it reaches tho century mark that Is to sny, the senate of tho near future will bo com posed of an even hundred men, representing the 45 states now lu tho Union nnd tho five more which it Is generally believed will be admitted during the coming decade New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma, Indian Ter ritory and Alaska. That would mnke the American Union consist of 50 states, with an even hundred representatives In the senate chamber quite a change from the senate at the outbreak of the rebellion, when there were only 83 states. One finds the practical politicians of both the leading parlies worrying already about the money with which to carry on tbeir campaigns. To tho politician n cam paign without a largo campaign fund Is a failure. Lifo ts not worth llvinsortho game of politics fit to be played unless tho coffers are full. Neither sldo expects to havo much money in the coming contest. The Republicans claim they will not need it, and the Democrats say they can't raise it. Much of course depends upon the nominations. If Mr. Whitney should be the Democrat lo nominee, ss mnny people think he will tie, I ha Democrats would have eaough money to worry their oppo nents. Colonel Morrison's irlends are not of th moneyed sort, nnd Mr. CnrliKli.'. ability to raise money is not much greater man mat or Morrison. tlclans familiar w that neither party part as mucn money ago, nor a tenth part as much as was nsi d in 1888, when the biggest campaign funds in the history of tho country were raised ana disbursed. waluk Weli man. VERTIN Price List of and Groceries Merchants' & lii" Bank, t .ii.1 jii:t, . . . ers' OAPTTAT. BiirplusaaiundiTidedprofiu $1eS,00 KOI U PKUI'MTPkh.,, Mil. KltlSIiVS MTt Provi snorts. "rncFHs: CHAKMCS 11U1GG8 . ii.ushoun V.;;:; li . P. tULlUM - - nn ,, First National Bank Cocoa. Vuu Iloutru's 1-H can Y lb ' lb 25 Kpp's Jlb can 23 Fry' VI b can 20 85 cents 48 " Chocolate- Baker's, 2 cukes to a pouud, per lb 33 cents Herman Sweet, 4 cakes to a pound, per lb 23 " Cheese. American, per pound 12 cents Brick Swiss I.imbertfer .15 .13 .20 Olive Oil. Loubon I'int Bottles 15c Quart " 20c " 1 frnllon enn 25 Catsups. Coffee. Arbuckle's, 1-Ib. packugc 21 cents McLaughliu's -I " Chase & Sanboru's. seal brand, 1-lb. caus 10 " " Java nnd Mocha, per lb. Green Itio.por lb " Java and .Mocha, mixed, per lb ..17 .2.1 .:io Coffee Essence. llummi-U's, per foil 2 cents 13 foils 23 " " per tiu box 3 " 12tinboxfH 23 " Tea Department. Buy your teas of us and you will save nt least 20 to 33 cents on every dollar's worth. lleini's, Tint bottles 22c Quart " 30c Curtice Bros.' Blue Label, 1 pint 22c " quart Salt. 3 lb bug salt oulr. ...30c 3 cents 4 " Good Gunpowder, per lb. Very good " " . Very best " " . Good Eog. Breakfast " ., Very best " " .. Good Japan " .. Very good Japnn " .. " best Best Youdj; Hyson " .. 5 vvnts .40 .70 .32 .IS ..33 ..03 ..10 10 " Co a rue salt per lb 1 Sauces. Lea A lVrrirt a Worchester, pint bottle 25 cents 1 " 43 " If. Wichert's pepper sauce 10 " Salad Dressing. Durkee's salcd dressing, per bottle 27 cents Koyal Yacht Gub salad dressing;, per bottle 50 " Horse Radish. Strictly l'ure, pint bottles, only lo cents " 1 15 " Fish Department. Honey. One-pound Box Combed Honey Strained Honey, in glass tumblers. .20 cents .12 " Condensed Milk. Eagle Brand, cream, jht can 18 cent Havilaud Brand, evaporated, per euu IS Eggs. Strictly Fresh, per dozen 15 cuit 30-doren Cases, 14 Butter. Best Creamery, per pound L3 rents Mansfield'H Drum " (; Swift's Butterine ' 12 Saffron. Domestic Sardines, in oil, lb. " " mustard 1 ' Imported " in oil Columbia River Sulmon, Mackerel, in mustard, " in tomatoes, Lobsters, very best, Dunbar's Shrimps, Best Cove Oysters, ( lam Chowder, Russian Carvia, . G cents 23 15 23 23 23 25 25 17 25 40 Gennine Spanish Suffron, per box J rents Anchoyies, per quart 2 Codfish, per pound Bollock, whole, 2-lb Bricks, boneless codfish, per lb Norwegian Stoik Fish, Holland Herring, per keg Salt Mackerel, i-er lb " Salmon, " .... 7 .... 4 .... 8 ...12!,' ...90 ...10 ...10 ... 8 Herring, L. S. Trout " 8 lA'IS, Herbs. Leaf Sage, lb packnges only 0 cents Ground Sage, ) lb " " 5 Hops, very best, lb packages only 10 " ,lb " 21) " Stringed Garlic, per lb . Yeast Cakes. east Foam r centa per package, (J for 25 rents " Cakes, small pkg 5 " j . 03 " " " largo " 7 " "4 " ." " I) wight's Saleratus, per pound 0 Cream Tartar, strictly pure, per pouud !".y." Baking Powder. Boyol, per pound.. Dr. Trice', er can. Snow Ball " ., ..4.0 cents ..10 " ..20 " Smoked Eels, 12J4 1! Bloaters, per dozen 25 Extract of Beef. 8-Ounce Jars. 4 2 " . .$1.50 . .60 . .40 Waxtkd A good girl for general boose work. Apply to Mrs. John La vers, 813 Sixth street. Red Jacket. Don't be a ready-made man, but try one of Oatec all wool tailor-made tnits at 15. To Rcit Rooms over ths Btar cloth ing store. Apply at tbs store. Set of Roger Bros.' knives and forks, I3.C0 at U. OltUer's. We keep a full line of the very best brands of groceries and provisions, at prices 15 to 30 per cent lower than credit stores. Our departments of Dress aejas It bad four jenM WkJ WA ioods, Silks, Wash Goods, Carpets, Rugs, Matthias , ioor Oil Cloths, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, i complete and prices lower than ever. Quick in effect, bealsand leaves no sea Burning, scaly skin eruptions quickly cared bv DeWitt's Witch Ilawl Salve. Applied to burns, scalds, old sores, it U magical in effect. A I ways cures pilt. Eaolk Dkco Ktouk. are now (Jo to the City Bakery for yonr Bnt pan men. Angel rood, fruit cake Always on band. Cream puffs Fridays and Satnr- days. ToRexT Four rooms. Dow-nut:-. 1 l. f r-i-t i . . .. uoc ui viuiiurnia iruit store. CaJ ur al rs In Agnltcb block. Vertin t Corner of Oak and Sixth Streets. ros. . Red Jacket. Capital, Nuriilutt, io,coo Fimr ITr vt i,r .,, h..u i itwMftia it..,,;(;,:;1:,f" okficekw: EDWAItl) It VAN ... JOHN S. lV.MrK....'V.V.V" vV-""n "l V ILI.I.VM H. AXHEUSON tAMlip First National Bank I.AKIC LIMK, . ' Capltaf, . . . . 1 00,ooo voi n n iKi vr iTi:iti r i'.iiii'nvi.(.M:1 orriCEHs! JoKl'll Itoscii CIIAULKS f.ViITH Vice T ClMUU rr-Anuntof luJIvIdaals, flraig tnd jratlon.l,Mtel. u,iiil oo. ora First National Bank, Capital . . . Santo 2nd nnamied rrcsts Four Per IV nt IVr nin,i tvf4 WILLIAM I1AHKV ri:ri:nuri'i'ic vi.r.e,,. Z WILLIAM I'ONlHijf (" " . Bruce MaeicG. ID. ID. S.p Dental Office, Over Star Clothing-Store. OFFICE nor RS-o toll b in.; ltoSp Ei a::t1 to N frvj-nlntfi insurance. F. A. Douglass. Fire, Marino, Life, Accldont, Plato Class, Steam Bollor Socurlty. 25Leadinc Companies h'ujj;lish and American. $ 100,000,000 OF CAPITAL. V. H. Faucett, Boom I Bcrgo KkH'k. WANT COLUMN. Ai1 vttrtlNtMTMxii niM.mt'i ii uinlcr tMI bM h:nrie,l at tle rntuuf ON K (.'ICNT word(c IfiU'Tm-n. No iwi vurtiseMent tken for W li nn 25 unm. LUT-ln Hi vllmits of 1 Jck, I fm-lnir the H. A. U. railroad. APD.f NBWo!iCf. Tilth sv.w j; is hi;m:hvi ii m ih Calumet and Heela Mining Company. ITS E.M !!,) YKM Who wl-h to !1 llielr boiiKf. or buy 0 thumb t., put ik. tnv!iiJ to lrtiw ' without ti vt 1 rune For HIp A flx-r-Ktii hhm-. X. 11.... 1.. o. or to l" ... . n. iiti. fl'inj I'll I'oiiii'Uuy. Iiiruv tutu, il. elrt. 1..,,,. illd Vttr NullwKnil II riMilll t)MIl'. 0'., . I(l4e ftl ti t blVViluKJWII. AlipIV HJll. V:r iI-S-vTi-ro.m Iwiifo: ' jJJS Tunii. l ciroct, bololon. Apl-I w 4V b p,uit. for Hair- In Pwr1otown, "',e,1i,,5(;f,h,h5 room only. Aj.ply nt tli hu or euu, j.iuiy, y ntri1In Swcilotown or Yell"" 'J'' n fiv-rH.m h'-iiw. AulV of Junrph Ptui ItoAum tn llciit-In rlumct H-n. Apply to Kt.-I.iir.l tXwkli'it. w litcla stfvct lli-cl locntion- For Hl-For I7W. s U-r-'m tSTl "K" triH't, hnrTilult Inq Jir1" cximpanv or at th bou. '..r MlfTTons No. tiMi V ff Imnltowri: ullittilrt fur two fuilis formation niulr st ths hiiuts.