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n 1tv iv n s . UJ vhvf I If hi viy THE BIG STORE, Special Reductions Holiday, Tuesday, Wednesday We come before the people of Crystal Falls to be juoged and we bring in evidence the quality of gocds we offer compared with the prices quoted are beyond a doubt PHENOMINAL BARGAINS. We study the needs of the people and we have the Goods, have them in season and are willing to sell them lower than the lowest. We especially request our friends and patrons to return any article bought at our store which did not prove to be reasonably satisfactory. THE BIG STORE Guarantees every artice sold over its counters to give reasonable wear and satisfaction. Take advantage of the following quotations which are good for the above dates only. 72c mc and 12c Ouality Da; y an ' Outing Flannels in very Pretty Patterns n jiei yard - - - - - SAX SILK IN ALL SHADKS FKK SFOOL ON AliOVK I) ATMS j ONLY - - - - - FLKISHLK'S KNITTING YARN TUK HKST ON THK MAR KKTperlb - .... ROYAL SHKTLANI) FLOSS all Shade per Skt in - 5c All our 19c quality AL15ATROS and WAISTINdS most up-to-date j 4 patterns per yd only - - - - - fllw Pure wool TAM O'SI I ANTKRS in ery pretty shades 50c and 75c uality only -Ladies' Misses' and Children's WOOLKN HOSH firm and durable 25c quality only - Children's Outing Flannel NIGHT GOWNS with feet our regular price 50c only - - - - Ladies' Good Looking and Durable F1CLT LIN1CD SHOICS 2.00 quality only - - - - . 36c 17c 36c 98c Ladies' Cumfji table and Warm FELT SLIiTFKS regular 75c qual ity only - - - - Men's Rubbers Uoston Brand 75c quality only Lathes' Rubbers IJoston Brand 50c quality only - Missus Rubbers 12 to2j 29c. Children's Rubbers 5 to 11 1-2 Ladies' 1.25 quality Flannelette WR AFFICRS pretty dei;is strong and durable - - Men's Flo-ce Lined SHIRTS and DRAWICRS reul.r 50c qual ity only - - - - - 39c 79c 33c 69c Me. is Stliv'tly all wool SHIRTS AND DRAW ICRS regular 1.00 tpiality only - - - - - Men's 1.25 ail wool Sweater? only 79c White China Cups and Saucers per pair only 3c White China Flates per dozen 69c All Copper Wah Boiler best tpiality only 1-54 A 25c House Broom only ioc 13 Bars Fairbnnk's Soap for only - - 25c LOUIS HARRIS, Proprietor Crystal Falls, Mich Local and Personal. Delta county lias a lalr ticket t TBj.posw the Republican tickt-t with. Mrs. Edward I'engilly, f tlx Armenia mine is visiting friend at 3r: Mountain. John Mc-Hilli was at Iron Kiver .tro-i Saturday hvi Sunday tn bnihtiess 5acitnneotit.il with his mining ventures. Esoanaha is going into the municipal Sighting hnisiu'sx At the sm iul !fctittu last week tlie citizens voted Jto Unid ft r .. 000 to mvomplih the 3MMllt. " The Mystics have a tlanceon for the 3x?t Friday f November. The dance will be conducted en the umihI plan in 2hi lodge viz. the (.Id folks will turn xJi the snjip'T ami tin young folks the nansic. YA. Udd left mi Monday evening jl'.r Port Huron t- attt n 1 tie' meeting the Grand Lodge . O. O. as a is-pivs Mitat ive frm Crystal Falls. No rrtre.setitati Ve was heat to the Ilehekall .Awemhly, as Armenia Lodge was in rttitntetl within the year. Constantino ICastor, who went to Milwaukee a couple of months ago to treatetl fora disease of the eyes luts ? relief jet. His ailment ia growing wrse but he lias changed doctor untl will undergo an operation in a few days thal.it in Mieved, will help him. Wanted Salesmen: We pay our ;wa from ftO to $100 iter mouth arm trjnse8. We mean businem, no iriflers need apply. Write at once ami cure best territory. N. C. Deachy & Co.. Flower City Nurseries, Rochester, N. V. Cpt. J. Looney, accompained by . U. King, I'rick Thorsell and Au v Hanson, left Wctlnewlay evening Itui. Mo., wnere they will n under Suj t. A. K. Huzzo, til Falls who will have v- ' of putting tint ugh . ur the city ti Kt. r 1 t.ik. marly a jear ........ v a. M. o( Mich. c S ..tWHn In .1- J-o'r Mk Elliott who h lo-Ain posits n h-re. Ihe v 3 Cy itat Falls regret very mut h to Mr. Elliott leave n. a- h. U - 1 e i.ve fell,w. woll informed in S inln, anl ral matter-and c,fDk.nabl toadesree. Mountain Annie l5roi ks wei.t V, Iron itiver t-u party Friday t-t visit and take in th there last night. I'rof. Mertanu't: was ui Triiiiout-.tain tlie week and S. C. I leu net t was at I ton on business last Wednesday. Joe Tvva was down from his work at Hanson Pro's camp Wednesday. Kev. Hiokka was Luthern mission at In thiw week. . Supt. MoUmLer. the manajrer 0 the Mr. and Mrs. Fre.l 11. Abbott took ! Mi(-h. Telephone company la.sius in the train Tuesday morning for Duluth 1 1- -"ity (- b'"' Kiver. will occuiy where they visited with friemls attemling the ! ail,I Houghton during Iron Mountain! M)1 several taanos. mm- Mm$ ha- A. jobber named Faiupiist from Iron Mountain will operate on the Miehig.imme below Kimball's, camp. J. A. Kiimmi went to the Mesabl rauge on Thursday. H will ijK'iid two weeks in. Minnesota writing insurance for hiH company. Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Mitchell were in from camp on the Miehigamine Wedni'.-daw Mrs. M. is neail cook and I'M. says his crew gets Al service. The Iron Mountain Flks are arrang ing for a miisiel show which will be put on the boards the latter part of Nov. Crystal Falls will be the tint place alllicted. 1M. Hregger returned from a trip to Mrs. li-Tir h house ai soon as the ter moves. Lewie li(;tJi is shipping lagging from Olson's spur to the (treat Western mine. .Tas Holmes is shipping basswood bolts to Carney from the same place. Sickness among children is on the increase. The baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Win. (iribble has been very sick this week. Also Mr. and Mrs. L. Harris's baby boy. Last week we abided to the table compiled by Supervisor lj'ik showing the per cent of tax paid by the different assessing ditsricts of the county for the last ten year-. We reproduce the tahle in another column. Mass City suffered heavilv from fire fit r-iA--0 P 2 Wis. tm Saturday last. He was 011 the f hist Welnesdny. The fire started in road for Loyd. liell &Co and tlid'a tailor shttp fr.mi the explosion of a g0'l bi.isness down around Sheloy- u gasoline Htove and before it couhl Kan. wnne anreen jay ne look in , h checke.l ha f of the town w in the big Hepnblicaon rally at which Senator Spooner sitoke. (Jet). Schwartz nhe. The losi is about .t),0(M), Thomas McCusker returned from his was one of the prominent Republican tHp to the west the fore part of the hustlers that occupied neats on the I k and he is all taken up with the rostnm. There is rumor, unofficial, of course, of a change in the freight service on the Northwestern. The Watersmeet freight has more business than it can do and it if reported that a freight will be run ont of Power to Iron Mountain and back ovei the loop to Escanaba. The Crystal Falls-Annum, freight will Ite rnn to Iron Mountain and pick up the west .freight there. The Watersmeet fieight will meet it at Stager aad make the return trip' the same day. Not long ago a Crystal Falls lioy was required by his teacher to write an esay on "ihe Month , and this is what he wrote: ''The mouth is the front door to the face. It is the ap erture to the cold storage of our an atomy. It is the hothed of toothache and tho bunghole of oratory. The mouth; it Is the fountain of patriotism and the tttol chest for pie. Without the mouth the politician would U a wanderer on the face of the earth, and go down to a dishonored grave. It is the grocer's friend, the dentist's hoje. It is the temptation lunch counter when attached to a pretty girl, and n tobacco fiend when attached to a man. up prospects in the Northwest territory. He has purchased a large amount of land and taken up a homestead in ad dition, H will move out there the first of ApriL Ourney Webb will hesitate hereafter before he make any offers for bear hide. A fellow came into the store the other day with a hide to sell, (iuvney looked it over and made the fellow are dicul.-ly low price. The fel low ttxtk him up and as there were ho many altout, Uurney dare not back out and he paid the feellow the dollar only to learn that the hide wa.s worth ies. The Lad i en of the Sunshine Society will give an Oynter Kupiter, with other good things to eat. Tuesday from 5 to i) o'clttck at the residence of Mrs. Rowley. They are raisiag money to put a windmill in the cemetery before next summer. If you have dear ones sleeping over in that sacred spot you surely will m glad to help them in this plan. Frice of supper :r cents for adults and 2. cents for children. Don't get supper at home but come to Mrs. Kowley'H. You will have a g.xl supper ami a pleasant time on Tues day, Oct. '21 A WATCH SFUINU is the motive power of the timepiece If the spring has Io.t its temper the watch is erratic in it tnoven.ents. If the spring is broken the watch stops WATCH KKI'AIUINU i- in hanus of experts here. The most stubborn watches will be nude to go and others cured of auv irregular habits. The nn.ehahisij of all 'move ments" is familiar to u and we do not have to do any experimenting. Henderson Uros. 8 P A I T S M W M John McLeod was a visitor at Florence on Thursday. Andrew (iunderson. foreman in the Wooden waro company's machine shop was a visitor at Kscanaba last Sunday. It. P. Hollow has just received a fine line of blankets ami robes and is selling them at remarkably low prices. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schook were at Marinette last Saturday and while there Paul bought a fine new team to add to his livery. Business is picking up in up," said R. 1. Hollow to a reporter for the Diamond Drill last Tuesday. "I can feel that there is S'.iue improvement in my business, at least. R. P. Ho! v.- and family went to Mitchell's camp last Sunday on a visit to the Mitchell family. He reports that Mr. Mitchell has considerable cedar skidded and that he has a lot of nice timler. James Corcoran was chosen as the Iron county menilter of the representa tive committee at the Democratic convention which was held at liaraga la.-d week. No delegate were present from Iron county. There was a strike in the railroad camp at Stager last Monday liecause the men were not satisfied with the c ftok. The matter was setteled by the fellow who has tho contract to feed the men turning in aud cooking himself. Brushes, Oils, etc. Host floods at reasonable prices. Wed! Peeper All Grades, WINDOW GLASS All Sizes Alv.,ys on liatul at 1 Paint Store. M FIRE 8 RUAI All U LIULUNt PLATE GLASS 8 ACCIDENT COCOCOOOGOCXrOx9 5 LIFE k BOILER Ox occoooooo JpCCOGOCCCGOCGOOOOCCaCOC m p 71 6 8 FRANK W. COLE. 5 R Rprftnllng ,,.,, 8 CrysUl Falls. 8 NORTHWERTERN MU-S COLE'S PHARMACY. 5 ...... n fi tuu life insurance! U O wumiHiii, x 8 8 of Mllwuk.. 'Phone No. o.