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Did You Say? Now, just lot mo toll you omcs thing. If you want to oo a beautiful lino of Argyle Blue and Hnvilard China Dinner and Tea Sets, Just stop into my fitoro. It costs you nothing to look at thorn Ho suro and exam inn tho Belgian Lamps and our nowltiofi in Dresden and Wedgwood Ware. L. F. JOHNSON .-.. J. M'LAREN:. LIVERY, SALE, EXCHANGE AM) KOARDISC STABLES. Any manner of service in the business nt the most rvasonultlc rules. IIORSUS Till: 11RST, TURNOUTS Till: NLiWHST, PKlCl-STHli l.OWHST, Our Motto. Con 1 1 act and bay Tenming is just in our Line. Mupertttr ArfHMr, Vryital lull, 3ilch. MATT HURJA, Provisions, H)ry Gooilw. ' Stationery, Notion Wnetchos, Etc., ltc GROCERIES Of All Kinds. Stores at Crystal Falls and Amasa. FROM THE MINES 1 Tho Dunn. Tlie long 1mi it';l fur Im h.ijeiieil. Tho fe owner titnl tin? ptiti.i Mining (-OII)pllliy ll.'l VC conn' tu H 1 1 lillH lit 11(1(1 it i K'vott mil oiliiin !ly Unit I tj 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i r will Iks a t wot k mhki in .i wry rlioit time. Jur.t liovv Ioi it vv ill U, we nie Hot id position ft Mute lull wJ Ituve IkVU HrhtilTi Hint it will hot In Ioiil'. Tlio hottUiU'iut Wii.s i tiic'h-.I iit ytiil I'allrt I, tut Tucrt'l i y. There wen' present , for Hit! I) Km Mimic conipiiny, ;;euer;i 1 tii.iniiiT Wooilltery ami nttorney II. ('. I'luiinian and f i tin- fi-e u nei h Cm In I). Shehleii II 1 1 c 1 Mr. CluuM-iuu n, of llonlitoii, ami Luke NYltli ami nttor ney A. I, l-'lewellinu t.f 1'i Vf.t.il Full, F. W. IViiton, of MimiOiipolis wuh pit wilt in capacity nf an cxf-it mh wum h1m Supt .().('. 1'aviilnoii ami Captain )ickiiiHoii. of Commonwealth. Tin' latter (wo liail vHiSril tin lower woik hiL'H of t he mine tim ing tho Hlmt iluwn in tin interest of Hie Punn conipiiny ami Captain' Won leu, I'.os;inko, Aeslit I niii'i, V.. S. UoIm'i ts ami C. T. llolieit, li.nl tlone likewise for the fee-ovviieirt. J'y the terms of Hie net tleinent , the I i i 1 1 M i ii i nc Co. ugiee to ilo a certain itinonnl of exploring in the Itottom of the mine ami to connect No. 1 hhnft, "hull is in lock, with .No. 'J r-liiift, Hum iiihiiiina permanent onnirt ion be tween the two hIui flu. In eonr-idi nition of ( he fon Kiiinp, the fee-ovv in i m aie to allow the Piiiiii company to take the nit) which in in the pillars aroiiml No. li hhaf t ami to cril upjthe miine, making what is known ,ih a crih iilnift of it. The Iiinn company aie to pve a lioml in the sum of ? I r ,000.00 to faithfully pel- foi ni their pal I of the aiei ineiit. It is iiiitli'i stooil t ha t , if enough ore is hhown up liy Hih exploring that i to In ilone in the bottom ot the mine to insnie the Minking of a new hhaft , one will Im put iliiwu thi winter. TiiK I i imonh li:tu. haH informal am fiom one who in in ponit ion t o know, t ha t 1 hci c is a vriy ood hi.cd ImmIv of a e,oot vrmle of ore in the mine ill the present time and that the chum cm arc that inoi e w ill In' I.miimI in a hIioi t t i::.e. Jl this infoi ma t ion is correct, there is no donlit hut that a new linf L v ill In Hunk at the property this winter and that the Punii w ill next year take her old place as the cica.stcht pro ducer in theCrvHtal Fit IU lit l it t . Monomlneo ftr.nuo. F. A. Harvey, of Marietta, () , son ol Mim.T. U'. Harvey, one of the fecown- ciMof tlx' iiiiiiii;;iii('m' exploration near thi city, ha hern in Florence Mince Wednesday, together with. I. K. Smith an cxpei t ami ptactical mining man from Colorado. The pntlemcn npent on.-idci ahle time looking over the iniiii- HaneM' iroteity held under ojitionliy Mcmhim. Onar Huff, K. F. Amliawn, ti. A. Alhrecht and Ole I'cteiMiu, and were well pleaned over the prospectn for the opening up td a vatu.ihle mine. Mr. Smith pronounces the metal of fiit- lans ipiality and Im hi ves the indica. t ioiirt arc e( t lli nt for d liking u Ihl' leposit of it. MeHMH. Harvey and Smith also f.amined lands lyiu con- liuuoiis to the Huff lind, with a view of M'ciiiint: oimioiis aixl conoutnic e- ploi at ior.H. Woi k in Mit iHfactoi ily pi overusing at the manganene propel ty. Latku. Mr. Smith li ft for Chicago, laht i'l iday evcniiig, toHn uie an option upon l lie iioilhwcHi ipiailcr ol the noi thwcht ipiai tcr of wet ton 17, 10 IS (ahont two ami a half milcH from this l it ), whit li iH known to U it line man ga nwM propel ty. Theie are tt niiin- gn m re t a vch upon t he land. The liml wan inade hy K. F. Amliewn, the well known cruiser, who "locatid'' the wealthy Colorndoian upon th. land. Mr. Andrews w ill receive ten per lent. of all loyaltit-H. Mr. Smith w ill letutii heie next week ami iNgin the work of levelopmeut. He is largely intcrehtcd in Coloi ade i;old tnincH, and is icpntcd to lie. worth two million dollars. Min- ine, Ncwh. Marrjuottn ltano. Iheming (N-ople will Ih ulad to know that the Cliffs hhafL td tic Clcvelaml- CliffM company will Im oerated again, and t ha t as noon as iiecessnry ihangiM in the plant tan In' made. It is pio MiHetl to plact the oit1 iiiheis upon Murface, to heighten thehaft Ihmimsko that tin? ore can Im- luntliirct tocnnh- (in amino automatic oK'i aliou can he wcuretl. Tin (toiler ami machinerv mt ill he overhauled and rvcivthini: placet! in lliht-t laH hhape. All thi w ill take hcveral month to peifoim.aml the iniiie will (aohahly not n actively w rought lint il after the liit td the new- year. Iron Ore. THE IRON MARKET. The ClcvfUnJ Iron 1 r4 i Kevirw' lU-Mime ol the Wcrk In Iron Cinlti. Wit h lut one month lift Ufore the limit fixed ly inont t-hippt i for Lake Supel ior o tt'i a t ionrt , Home (ipproxiuia tiou may l- made of the reason's tidal inure. It U now prohihle that II, 000,01)0 Ion w ill he hlightly exrectled. '1 he hhipim ntn through the"Soo" canal weie 1 , i'.M, N !," KMf tons in Scptcrn tier ami the total from all poi In on Oct 1 wax not f ir fimu '.,7.0,000 ton. All locord will lo hroken hy lS'.l?, and w hut indicate that the ctiiiMiiiiption w in advance of other yciiis is the dir-. Mppiir alico td old dot k htoi k the pust a'iiniiii, and ii t t he niiiii' time the cer tainty that the ii;uiHt 1 1 unsold on la tmvlit tlitw n in the inai! t in years. Some lai t i art looking fop l'.tvwein r res, but there are pi act icttlly latne to le had. Srveral c lleirt have rcnpoucdt-tl to let t-nl impiiiu that they were tint of the market entirely. Freight are easy at sixtv-iive I'eiit, hixtv cent ami tifl.y- live t enth, Hahilli, Maitpielte and '. cauaha. ivsjiecti vely and tru cargoes have Im-cii fiiw in the pist wtcU. Pi.n putt It is poor and tho rar Miipply entiic ly inntlecju ale. A vat numler if cars are tietl up with ore at furnace yard and elsewhere and therefore the amount of coal that will rem li Lake Frie thx k is much arts than wax counted. Gouublc RanKO. This mine, located wil f Huilcy, cloned it utot'kpllo tdtipllK lit I.I ft Tilts day, when the Mi-am hhovel thilha Iteen loatling there for noun weekri, ceased opeiation. Shipment s tt the dock will lc continued Iiom the chnft for Home time yet, a quantity td the Montual' Hpecial grade of ore leing n ipiiied to till t it ing contract. About tliiit.y thoiisaml ton remain in htink' pileH, but the halt will ipnte eail.y uiie ullii'ient oie to complete tin mine' allott merit. New lit con I. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES KJ.tcJ by the Superin teml.-nt AnuhlrJ by the Teaclier of the Various Grad-h. i' 1 1 lay a Hi i in m ni I In loiiowiiig pro gram will lie rendered in the high whool asHcmbly room at 'J. ''). M Si Iiixh l-:sav, A ul it ion ritMnri'.4 .. nielia Wills Ks:iv. 1'iiiesi'f.s J -. -j . 1 1 1 1 1.- . . ..t 'iiri K s II .it i. .ii . Mi l. ivln ( lill.l C.irii. ;.ll- Ii iIL i:.l-sy. W'lml IiikI will lmt I lo v' . A 1 1 1 1 i. lloManko Ci-eiliitlnii, r.illiit'ili' ...I.lla Tun Mii-ic ., Sclio ul i:.i-h Touli nt I ikIoioh I:h-h. I l. ill I Iil-C V . I'.l'Vpl . A I Milt Mi-i'lll itiil inn, Hi- ruin tin' mi'.lit i'X.hi'n .J.tnu'x II.il lis Kiiscy, Hawaii ('lui-lrs U ikit Massy, t'iiii.nit urns I'imi I Henry M usie..,, Si IhuiI Msmiy. Joan nf Are Mary tiafdii-y l!i-eit a I ii ai , Teil's 'riniiili-uiviiii; visit Aum's h. Iian lOst.iy. I.uwi'll ICva l''rilili y lli-eiiat i. 'ii. 'I'ln- Si IhuiI nf Sorruw Aila Haraiiiv.' M usie Si IiiiiiI Iv.s.iy I.I.ie liafliu j- Kifii ul Kin. Tlieilay Isilmir, Mararrl la Swit-ney M'l.ir Srliuiil Oi toU i is iii.ui us dis..i ing all la i iN iiiitiful gai ineiit of uii'cu iiml gold, warlet and .m IIow with many otlur combination of more modest colorings. Thi is t he wasori a Iso w hen the beauti ful I'l inged I it'll t ian ojH'iis her eye of blue. How p'e ising it i to look upon the forest at a distance ami as a book dii.ly it while nature turn the leave. Nature ftudy i nhva. pleasing to the child but at thiswiiMiii the beautiful colois win him more than ever ami he will ply yoii with i p test ion until ) oar head will wim, for the of everything. We feel t hat if we can get our pupils to take 1 1 1 is 1 1 ue I inning a 1 1 it into tow a id all their work; taking nothing for giant- ed, t hey are in a fair way toward pro- giexs iii t hi ir work, they w ill not be mere bucket Itcing poured into but li ing, thinking I mi tig. Lid us s imalat e and never repress this ipietioning alti tude. We expect on Monday tnoi ning to ha ve the lir.-t if a wrie of talk ln foie t he high whool by one of the town's people. We feel this will In very Im ih li- cial as wi ll as pleasing to the school. We will le glad to ha ve caller at that or n n v ot her t line. The report cards h ive been handed to the pupils this wet k. I'aicut nie re quested to look them over nm! notice the grading ami no m-c what woik pupil are doing. The eight Ii grade i reading and tul- ing Lo.vt ll', "Vision of Sir Launfal" and all seem to Ik enjoying it. Ten minute are given each day to ciilitdhenis. It. give us a change of woi k and so iets and freisheiis us and beneficial retail fx are looked for especi ally mi position and carriage. We icgeit that we have lost our pianist Mis Main I I'cterx. She left Thurs day evening for her future home in Calu met. The high school extend to her their I test wir.be for a pleasant, future, ami fi t I iisMutcd she will win tunny fi ieiids t here as she has done here. The woi U in music and th aw ing de part men t i progressing nicely. The children are much inteiested on an aver ag( and respond freely to nil duties re quired of them. The woik in drawing in the two lower grades has lt n h i mpei eil so far this year by the half day pension. Hut this ots-tiiclt we hope, will be lenioved in a vciy short time. Mis I'm ker w ill In pleased to hive the patron of the school visit In I rhisses. Key To Tho Klondike. The pioneer Alaska rail way is the Northern I'acilie, and to that company Im longs the credit, in connection with the Facilic Coast Steamship Co.' of hav ing inaugurated the sale ot through tit kit o point in Alaska. The Noith ern Pari lie was the liisl raibvnv to issue a ma p of Alaska showing the in land pnsage from Pugt t Sound loSdka, Juneau and Chilkat. Tho.se intending logo to Alaska rally next spring, idler the snows on the li I and Shauay pasws are puked down andlhe lake fiojei), a nt l liter dale either via thi loule or t i St. Mn hai Ii and t In inoiil h of the Yukon, should li nn iiiIm i- t ha t t he Noi t hei u Pai ilie is l!ie pioneer At Iska line; inns sle.un heated trains with dining cms, pullman st andaid and tout i.-1 tit h i k fiom St. Paul It T'at oin.i, h.-aiilo and Poitlaiitl; pass j;-er Utving the option of going via licit n i or Putt.' City thy latter the gicate.-t silver milling rump in the world also via L-ike IVnd P'Oieilie, Idaho, or through the famous Coeur P'Altue count ry. Faily in November we shall issuo an illusliatcil folder icplcte with AlasKu and Klondike inhumation up to date. Send ("has. S. IYe, general passenger agent, St. Paul, Minn., two cent in postage ami he w iil forwaid you this map. ITEMS FROM A.MAiiA. Tclii.-iR the Pcotli of th- Outhivlt XV ;rlj lUc Niw of the Mat;.: Town (spit i o I i erii siiiiniciio-. ) Ml. Cha. Lawt ience who lias let-n sH iiding tin p 1st three weeks in Chicago returned home Tuesday. A. O. H'.i.leund Oliver l'.i us uiiil , of Pai k siding, wcie Amasa visitoi over Su rula'. Mrs. .folic, of Uepubhc, w ho li i beru visiting at Amasa for a couple of weeks, returned to her home I isl Saturday. Her son, Mr. Will ,IoIn, accompanied her a far as Iron Mountain, reluming to Amasa Monday. Mr. and Mr. W. .. Hindi r spent n very pleasant Sunday at Watu since! and also enjoyed an call nmning's drive 1 N't ween Amasa and Iron Ilivcr. Mr. John Johnson met w ith a loss of piojM itv in tin form of a cow, it, leing struck by a C. M, Sf . Paul engine, the killer pai t of last week. Mis. Win. McCaity i spendair; tin wick with fiieie!sat ('i vsl,i Fall. Mr. I M w ii n 1 Hughe i the chainp'ron potato grower of Amasa, having grown i'l his garden four potatoes weighing eight pounds nml four ounce. One of these potatoes weighed three pounds. Mr. ami Mr. Iver Olson let uriied from (been Pay Fi iday. Mr. ami Mrs. Tliolnun (Sibson nml family ret ni lied t he fore pint of last wick. Since their ret inn Miss Merle has Ueii quite ill. Mr. Cari Cm Ison and son Oscar, were at Ci vstal Falls Tuesday. Pave Leonard, of Crystal I'al's, was at Am is.i Sand. iv. John .Ma it'll ;.. a mini r in t he inploy of the Ibinlock Mining company, was sei ioiiNly injuieil in the iii'ue Tuesday. While pick ing oi e from one of t he slopes, soue loose ole came tumbling upon him nml he was thrown il'iwn the lnile, receiv ing iejm i, n in tiis arm and head. Through the competent woi k of Pi . Mfl'urney he is steadily r.n- pi oving. Mr. L iwience, of Cleveliml. a In other of Supt . t has. F. Lavvitlne is sp ntlu:g t In week in tow u. Ole Hager, of Crvstal Falls, was an Amasa visitor Thursdnv. Octobor Ladlott Hortio Journal. "Inside of a Hundred Homes," the I. it of a succession of ai t icle pict m ing intciiois of the most, u 1 1 ir-t ica li.v Tar iiirheil hou-es in Amr iica, is out! ol I be notable lea t lire of the October Lubes Home Join n il. Another of spen d in- telfnt Mil I o.biee " flu New Ten. lilt s of the White House" thioilgli phot ogl a Jts of t he McK in by hoiiMhold. The .ic. ure were made expressly for the maga zine, and have never Ixfme Urn pulihr-hed. Lilian Pell's cha t hi edit a ml witty, il is need less t o slate -i J hei pi cpara I ion and depai I lire for Pui ope I also an lulerivt ing lealure. It is the pi elude to a serie of letter Min I'.e'l w ill w rite t o I lie Join ii. 1 1, giving hei im pression of t h. Old W orld. In I lie same issue Mr Lyman Ahhott lu gmr, a Mcrie.t of " Peaceful Va llev " papei, in w hit h she w ill port ray t ho hie of an idea I runt I community. Fwanl W. I'.ok points out, to toung men where the best chance of hi i vest await them, and counsels young women who object to the word "obey" in the uiaili.ige ccieiiionv. William (ieoige Joitlan tells of the "Wonder of the Woi Id's) Wash" the astonishing and prolitable use to which lefuse ol luanu fat ture, etc., is put. In it lighter vein aie Charles Pana (bbson' Pit kens draw ing "Cain I Phimmeraud his dan glder" ; Mary I! Wilkin' sketch of n New laiglaml apple paring I tee ; the con clusion of "The Spii it of Sweetwater," I In ml in ( i a i kind's hi i ill. a nd a del it ions-ly-reininisceii t peoui, "Leisurely Lane,'' which W, L. Taj ha- ha illustrated, Mrs. S. T. Korcr solves the econonie problem of feeding a f inuly of t ight nt an aggregate cost of ten d ll.ns a wii k. She fully dt tails her l. in, ami piesents daily bills-of fan. Then is a timely ill ticli; on Halloween game nml pa -I time, and other touching evciy pU.tse of wont in' woi k an I ho. ii" life. Pv The Cut I is publishing Co tip inv, Phila delphia. One doll i r s i 3 i ai ; ten rents per copy . Groat Music Offor. Send us the name nml addresses ,,f t luce or more p.r uu mn on the piano oroigail together with ten cents in nil vi r or poslnce and we will mail you len piece full shict music, ciaisisling ( popiilai song, walljies, matches, tic, ai tanged for the piano and organ. Addles Pm l l-All Mltf Co , Imbauapt Jis, In.). For yabj. I har n large, second hand hoti l raiiL'e w hu h I w ill wll a f. n bargnin. It i in t luee wrl ions and cost when ie .'.HI. p has U en us. .I . ul hllleaii'M piactically a goisl im new. For pal lit III. lis inqaiie of. Casi'i.u iu:ki.i:. BAKERY! Tho untk'!si;;ml hr.vo form'tl a partiior.liip for en rr virion tho baUory btisfnuss in this city. Wo f.irry a full litio of halcory stuff. Call anil ccc us. JOHNSON St WOLINGRER'3. Noxt, to WillvhistM.'s tlrn.ir Moiv. rrrTT L-ircct rrom The Cr.mnvitfn Ihui. Tho lYhdcsufcr I lie JcLber and Stcre Kttprr. i P ?IlOP'lnllPll i i"iv M ' If I IN r Iii Iv I il 1. 1 v ft .'):'') I laauvaaunui Jim u vvi - - Our t.n ul Tnra '! I0Y3' AD0MI3 ll -. .S.if i IM .1. . t. i.i. .j.- in in iiii,kii,. I vv..,. i.Imv I I. in link, I m .. .i, nh I JJ X-T i"f " ' I '?'"' "i '.m.i, P w iMMletl! prut. $io is, ner it V " P"e -, '"' ' -'' !' II...- I.i. I ,rfut In lln" I'l l"i V tllt.liiit n.l ' v.l ,."";-'-v L-Jr.'!1 .V "J'.. LT't li--.i i.--r w.u y..u iivt ? 9 m s:,. i ' i V v.".: .'-.e t t-i -i-. A' """ j'V. v mi.lWri'.i'i 'i,'"i'ii"''i.ji.J. Ikimmv Aim -tu.t I" If th.tn I tie ,t i hi.iI'jiih j s u- f..r I'1 ' "ai". Hun.t B iii w 1 1 i'l ilitv "H ilie lejilol I. Ilirynir rn in i III"! U, 1 ; .cir.T think or iv i ,j? a custov! wAor Toomtn i.V.'h..tyl.iir..a..v,!v i, ,!,..! ., ; ire,,, th-iiM .uiw' ... n lJ f 'j! 1 .utrut -r.l I., I., ..!.. fr.mi Ail T Wool, I jit. Him'vii. ,t.iv. I I IUiio 1 wee I, ft.'. I- ci I eft liar. I with i , I I in i. r s.,i.n. t-hnrtli.1 .i.vl Inil .In- I il tlie lrsl ul' I '.it:. rum T.nVf In inn. r oil r mn.. l iii..Cf n In )tir t .w.i I i 'in'. jMi-t )4 t 45. 1 'I In- uttie rocu!-. r o.!.' ( t Vi-i:tSs, 1 1 t i Ct, i.i .,i ; I'jnU. ....:! n,t Sr. I i .,v In hk. i .in mm m v tilt k 'Itnl : Mt-.f aie .tre in I i f I ft-1 . 1 1 ' vail tvr I lie i , to lire) d't I'jiiI . .:, n:; i li .t.t t ro!. ti Wheft nr.li'iii'.V. ' 'I I xpri'-.s in.. in ,' in i!i r 1 itl.f. Mull. '.' ,! -eifnllv i.-Iiiii.I, I, 'I i,l s .li 1 1. I i y. Im ii.l '..it en;, i.i . Ill', U .. t i;m- I'.fj , v l.'.lliltk. 1 1. HI- ( - AT C.C!) ST . M A1 I Do Yots Know That wo haw sold a carload of (! capos? V will haw anothor carload in noxt wook. Wait, il" you want a bargain. Oar old stand by - Dnliith Imperial IMour. A Carlorul of It. Also a cni loud of Apples. Wo buy in ear htads and can m;II accortlinly. CRYSTAL VAU.S PROVISION C()AUANV. i v-y ' V S e t : v. 'tt jc- i..' kk: NATHAN & FISCHER CO. creations, ti biZ i Ttiilois of Chicago, vho arc fAncy-priccd Draper's prcAtcsi rivaix. Icuhmof modem masterly custom I work with many students. Come in and turn the pajres of th s jrrcat cmvdopaedia of fashions- Cef' mcisurvd fcr ycur Fall and get the riht fit, the right ... . .4 . . . m vu.tMiy tti uit riy;1' price. W. J. H order, SCHOOL SUPPLIES! Wo hoYo n com plot o lino of thria. Also u lino lino of WALL PAPER. Our Tino of Ctxifcctionf.ry is "'om itio niciory. .1. E. ROWER k COMPANY. J. C. WILKINSON & CO. -' A cotnplcto lino of f Drujcs, AUdiciiiC5, V.tc. '( Cigars, Tohaccoc, J I'ipcs. ! I Stationery and ScIhh)! Supplies. tCl ,...,v. Mill to Wearer. xr- . t u.' r , tmiif ruin citi Ii ' OniM . IV i I Ik It I II I ' nnu 1 171! II vl I I il $')') I IHIaH IF HIEZE Min i Hi a t:.iricst Value c PC r 0 ffcrctt. , tin iooiii I t'l llif (liliiir i I nrf c' i'l I rl t t.n.iK -..i.mi I l..ie.c . I.or. if i Mi lii 'l V e. l.n Mill In ImUmiI, ( I .mi, t.t ti-t t !'K 'HI ni-1 leiliii l'r ol II t. I. -iv 1'inl I jk k Iii- li I ib tr a It.i 1 1 ('PS, ! &U'; wit . I 1. 1 il'i r I ln rri.nr w r .rr l Ir I . k II it.oii el ili nl'ovr t than lh .vi it f iiij.U-t.i il .ul! I'M-i'ivl at .'f ft Isltiw. wn'iio-.rl ki nn Imr.l I'ir.-iu hfi.l Willi inn li.'.ivy v nvc i iilil.l l.ninus. rlnkrj I.i. mi; . nil l-ski Ik II inr-l H I Wrll Ur.l jMt I ilneli. .iiu "hfc V I -'' '". Itaz clirl- i r"?,' " '4.1S,,V- I Cir l.r .v In ill ilnlv. Mr-.uie n n e t ( .f Su. k t.u.il. I i - nie i.'ii, iii wtiitr.i. y UA S A i m.,.i.p voil n ytf r'if A li1"'"1 ""''lr' Mi's j .'o,(,et .. .1 thi.uM Jj I f UM ynii ii., I litl talilieil . f I , vl r i i ic l. ui inc 0 in. nit V. l-'inf inlHr )un " t .met I lioin one nl llir lin-eM ta.ilh- V.I ..'Jl, I is-moi.uIj-Iuio.ii U THAT BOOK of Fall Samples it in; containing enough styles to stock three stores. They are the famous KUH, Winter Suit or (hrrcoat ancf O workmanriiio and the rlcrht Arnnsn, Alcfi.