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LABOR DAY EVENTS
The Program and List of Those Who Take Part In the Field laj Sport. Kverythluc aie at Oalouacau This Moralus More 1'iensils Ordered other Late ewi. Folio wins: in the program and lint of entries lor tbe inter-association field day events at the Calumet Athletic park on Monday, September 7: FORENOON. Quarter-Mile Bicycle First btat-lertraml, jHouuet. xtiuiiroti, imvey. Mnuniion. L-ary. KhxiiJ best MUMlemitbi. Plchu, Llv'ht, Viu- vent, Juihiltsc'h. KJU-VurO Dm oh Walker. It. RoN-rU. Mora Itw, JaehniK, V. Murpby, t'arnall, Lltfbt.Doo- u-y, 1. uoi.iitwortnjr. Ouarter-Mile Bicycle lUoe Final. tiunmntf Hinh Jump WledVr, PenU-rtby, iNNiicy, i . ooiuit wormy, rurnitu, . i mnici . Half-Mil.. UwuluI- ir.t hu.l-Ui,l.llUiilu l'k-he, Littbt, JutlnltHob, Clu'Kwtdilen. t'eooiui lira l Itarirttud, .Ucijuet, Mud roe, burrows, Hiannon. Davey. OA-Varl Danh-W'alker, II. RolierU, Light, Doolev, F. iMttteW. Murphy, JaebnU. KunuiuK Hop. Mp and Jump J. r'wher, Jr. Mi-r.aciirun, 1. oldH worthy, r. Ulittvl, UooU ole, lMiley, Swunnon. Half-Mile llicvcle Uace Final. Ilalf-Mile Uun W. Muri.hy. Jaehnitf, Rich arK Walker, tilpp. rarnall. Kunclan. Mile Hioycle Kaee Flntt beat Jttouuem, Her- trand, Moiirue, C'heKWIiidfii, Bray. L. Dmtel. (Mtsoud beat MlddlemlM, Fiche, uioe, Davey, rnannon, J uuiiuwn, t. fanien. I'olu Vault Mel Knald. McKenzle, Harrlntf ton. Vincent, F. Uistel, Llbt, lltinJrlcksou. J. Fihher, Jr. Mile bicycle Race Final. AKTKRNOOX. Quarter-Mile Hlcycle rlnt heat ChejrwiU dcn, Davey, F. KohlhaaM, Fitzpatrlck. hvc owt heat-Leary, Hertrand, liarria. lUu-Vard laab liennallack, J a men, Dwyer, (iiliiog, W. andm, 11. Robert. Walker, F. DiHtel, Douley, U. FJnlier, O. Kohihaa. Mile Kun Grepif, Lyon. Jat-bnltf, J. Murphy, Lynch. W. Murpbv. Quarter-Mile bicycle Race Final. Jo-Vard DaHh W. Murpby, Jainc. Clllle. II. Hubert, W. Sanders, Walker, F. Diatel, U. Fiaher, O. Koblhaas. I2-Lb. llatnwt-r Throw McFachran. mith, Williams, Dwyer, McDonald. McKeuzie, Mc Lellan, Willi-. Halt-Mile Bicycle Flri Ilieat-Leary, Cht'K widdn, iH'iuo, liertraiid. t?econa beat Harria. Fltpatrlck, Hurrowa, Zlvhr. Running broad Jump Dooley, Willi .Good win, J . FiNber, Hcndricknon, Willies, Dwyer, Jainea, Lynch, Vivian, McLacbran, Hernial lack, T. I. old -worthy. Ilalf-Mile Run W . Murpbv, Lynch. J. Mur hy. JaKhnin, Lyon, Oreg-g-. half-Miie Bicycle Race Final. l'ole Vault 'Harrington, Vincent, McKenzle, I.lk'ht, J. Fixber, Hi'udrickaon, K. Golds wor thy. T. Goldawortby. Running II Ik b Jump Bennallack. K. Gold worthy, Gillie, T. Gold-worthy, 1'enbertby, J. Murphy, Dooley, lloruugb. Mile bicycle Firttt beat Leary, burrow, bertrand, Amoe, Harris. Second beat Chen widden, Ziehr, Demo, Fitzpatrlck. LAM'ard Hurdle Race T. Goldawortby, Jarud, Wieder, Gllilea, J. Murpby, UreK, Will, Borough. Hutting Shot McLellan, McKenzle. Mclk)n ald. Dwyer, Mnilh, Williams, Mt hacuraa, A. Kolert8. Mile bicycle Final. Running Hop. Step and Jump McKacbran, Vivian, T. Gold-worthy, lienuallack, Lynch, Jamel Gil Ilea, Goodwle, IhjoIpv, liorough 44iM ard Dash J aclinic, J . Murphy, James, Lynch, Gillle. W. Murphy, Greptfi Kohl baas, Wills, T. Goldswortby. Five-Mile bicycle Leary, Ziebr, F. Kobl haas, Harris, Fitzpatrlck, Amoe, Demo. UELAY HACK. Lake Linden liennallack, T. Goldswortby, Vivian, K. Goldsworthy. Hancock Gillies, Jaehnlg, James, J. Mur phy. t alumet Dooley, Dlstel, Borough, Flfhcr. A Pointer For Mr. Kusaell. Tbe News believes that tbe Hon. Sam Stephenson worked faithfully and well for tbe interest of tbia dietrict and that bin acquaintance at Washington would have enabled hira to do more for it than either of the neiv men who were in the field acaiDHt him and fairly and equanly acted on auch belief; but, of courne, judg ing from hia peculiar action in tbe pant, Mr. Kuaaell cannot be expected to know much, if anything, about either fairneoa or acting on the square. Thin, of courae, in meant not in the ricwickian, but po litical aenae. Mr.Stephenaon htm a good eepreaentative, but not necessarily a bril liant atateaman. Mr. Kunaell may be a good newspaper man, but in the opinion oftheXKWM, which probably does not count with Mr. Uusaell, be certainly ia not tbe acme of honor, aa tbe Nkws said it looked upon the lion. Carlos 1). Sbt-1-den aa being, which certainly did not in dicate very great disappointment. Tbe News ia in no way sorry f the stand it took upon tbe question of thecon gressionnl nomination and which, it be lieves, Mr. Sbelden thoroughly under stands and appreciates, although the Nkws' opinion "did not count" (in thia particular case, was it by accident? Mr. Russell told tbe truth) with the major ity of the delegates, the Nkws. instead of "indicating disappointment," certainly felt none other than tbe natural moment ary disappointment that ita opinion 'did not count" with tbe majority and therefore can as honestly shake Mr. Shel den's hand and congratulate him UDon receiving the nomination aa he could shake that of Mr. Stephenson and sym pathize with him that be did not receive The Centennial. Mr. IJarry F. Fay, the president of the newly-organized company, ia in the dis trict for tbe purpose of informing bimself of the merits or demerits of the property and upon which he will make out a re port and place tbe same before the direc tors upon hia return to lioston. Mr. Fay does not pose as a mining man. lie, fortunately for birnstlf, is the possessor of some, wLlcn. how ever, he baa no more desire to waste on the Centennial or any other property than be baa to induce others to do so. Jle is evidently a good business man and, aa he says, a bustler, and is desirous of making out such a report as only tbe facts will jostily and be assures us that, should tbe dirbctora decide upon start ing up tbe mine, it will be run for all that is legitimately in it, and certainly will not be run In the interest of the mine offi cials or for stock jobbing purposes. Mr. Fay is a moat genial gentleman and whom it ia a pleasure to meet, only hia stature, about six and one-balf feet, puts such a small fellow as the writer en tirely in tbe shade. Should our readers know of any mat ters lor or against the property, which it would be proper for Mr. Fay to know, tbe News would be glad to hear of them, so that they may be placed before Mr. Fay before be leaves the neighborhood. Mare I'tenalla. General Kidd, quartermaster general,, who is now at Ontonagon,- telegraphed Col. Lyon yeatrday tonav'e all the regi mental cooking utenar4, which were here. e!i(pi. 'l na soon na rouble to On tonft'n. Toe wile ontLt was ir me dia My picked op aid four sliip(ed on tb e-irfy moo.ni t.uiu, , The only reason t'te c l iel cti see f r wanting lucuuui it mat u 4 inianijei to assist ro assise (red 10 imling t he peopl thre who iret ftKwl ! any otbr war. Tbe following telegram was I rom id camp this morning: "So disturbance here at all; we w ere simply wanted to work And assist io putting up tents, guard tbem, etc." Cio Weal ta Faraa. A party, consisting of Sam Ilogauaon and family, Ule Simonaon and family Mat Peterson and John lveraon, left at noon for Oreland, (ilea county, ( amor nia, where tbey will reside on fruit farms and reside permanently. A number ol Norwegians purchased a large tract of good fruit farming land in California and will form a little colony on it. Tbia ia the first party to go to the western coast but another party will follow next year The land baa been divided evenly among all and each family will nave about ten acre to farm on, - When all who are in terested go west and settle there will be a colony of some twelve or fourteen fam iliea in rlose proximity to each other Tbe land ia said to be exceptionally rich for fruit farming and. as that sort of oc cupation ia far more agreeable to tbem than mining, they decided to go. Moat of those who went today have lived here from eight to til teen years and worked all tbe time for the Calumet and Hecla com pany. Tbey have a large circle of friends bore who wish them success in tbe west A horse and buggy were found near the Opera House last night, tbe horse at tempting to get into the fire enirine room, as if looking for a barn. Officer Siukel did not know what to do with tbe horse until a man, in a pretty bad state ol intoxication, came along and claimed it. lie was too drunk, however, to be able to handle the horse and the officer took the rig to Slattery & Ityan's stable and left it theie for tbe night. Tbe man was allowed to repose in tbe village lock up until tbia morning, wben be was brought fa-fore Justice Father to answer to tbe charge of being drunk, lie gave bia name aa nan tjmian and acknowledged his guilt. Ilia honor gave him hia cboice between twenty days in Houghton jail and J.j fine and costs. At noon he was endeavoring to find some one to pa 3' the fine. An agent called at our office tbe other day and sold us one of tbe most useful household article ever invented, the only complete and satisfactory carpet st retcber and tacker. It is made ol the very best material with an eye to durability, good surface and neatness, and ia heartily re commended by all who have used it. There is no pulling, tutrging, bending tbe back or getting down on tbe knees. Tbe operator maintains an upright position to stretch and tack tbecarpet. his weight onthecarpet and stretcher assists instead of retards ita working. Tbecarpet may be folded under and two thicknesses stretched as easily as one. The First Landslide. The State election was held in Vermont yesterday, the result of which was looked for, with much anxiety, by all parties. it was, ol course, expected that tbe re publican majority would be very large, but it was scarcely hoped by the repub- icans that it would be as large as it was. viz: about .su.uoo. it was known, that the staunch old democrats, who have stood to their party for years, notwith standing tbey have never bad a governor, senaforor elector from that place, werein revolt; tbe size of tbe majority showa the feeling against Bryan and bia doctrines so may it be in most of the states. Hoelal Iauee. Company IS, Hibernian Rifles, are ar ranging for a social dancing party to be given at tb Calumet Light (iuard Ar mory on r nday evening, Scptembtr 25 The Hid -a have a reputation forthetr hospitality and tbey propose to uphold it on tbia occasion. No pains will be spared to make tbe event an enjoyable one and all who attend are assured of a pleasant time. Karkeet'e Ideal orches tra has been engaged to furnish music music for tre event and thev will prepare a special program ol select dances for the evening. i Miss Virginia Nina Kastman and her pianist and accompanist, Miss Minnie King, returned to Calumet last eveninir from Lake Linden and the Fortage Lake towns. Monday night the noted so prano gate a concert at Hancock to a crowded house and the audience was so please that arrangements will probably be made for a return date in the winter. Last night she was greeted with a large audience at the Lake Linden Opera House, notwithstanding the extreme in clemency of tbe weather. Miss Fastman leaves tomorrow on her way to Detroit. The last number of the Scientific Amer ican contains an illustrated article on 'The Homestake Gold Mines and Stamp Mills of S .uth Dakota." Upon the roof of one of the buddings can be seen tbe words, "Old Abe Hoist." If tbe Old Abe directors bad only engaged for superin tendents men of a different stamp to those they did, the dividends, or some of them, now paid by the Homestake, which irtually swallowed up the Old Abe. sup erintendents and all, would be coming tnis way aa most of the shareholders of the Old Abe lived in this neighborhood. Freaeuted a Fortran. A number of tbe members of the local Sons of St. George had a beautiful panel portrait oi tneir late brother, Joseph Sibley, made from a photograph, and presented it to tbe lodge at the last meeting. The late Joseph Sibley was one oi tne nardest workers in tbe lodge and well known and highly esteemed by bia fellow society men and was at the time of his demise, past president of the lodge. He was killed in an accident at tbe Tam arack mine. Hia portrait will now deco rate the ball of tbe lodge room. Yeur Last Chance. Dr. Oueal, the noted Cbicago eye and ear specialist, who has been doing su h wonderful work among tbe deaf and blind at the New Jewell House, will leave for Chicago early Saturday morning, and possibly sooner. If you are deaf, or have catarrh, or noisea in h ad, cross eyes, or any trouble with eyes, ears, nose or throat, you should lose no time in soe i ig Dr. Onenl. He is making wonderful cures every dav by his new methods of treatment. Consultation ia free and charges for treatment modtrate. Ontonosan Heller Fund. Iter. K. W. Jewell is soliciting funds and clothing lor the pastor and fteople of the church at Ontonagon, who have Iwen left entirely destitute by tbe fire. Any offerings of clothing will be received at Hyan's store, and forwarded at once. Address boxes to Itev. Mr. Mulligan, who will distribute the contents. Very small t fferings in cash will be most gladly re ceived, and may be given to Hector Jewell in tbe Agniti block. Justice Fisher has made extensive im provements in bis court room and one cannot enter tbe place without feeling a respect for the law and a reverence for the court. A lot of new furniture has been put in and the places for the jurv and court officers are divided from the spectators' room by a railing. The judge has also added a typewriter I o Lis rffl -e fixtures. Karkeet's Meal orchestra ia Already rettlai engagements for tbe dances. Thrv ii!Tfi1 fnr th ....... A t.ii nn rxifiW$x&"lx and for the Hib-r-nian fV tics' social dance on the 25th Inst. The orchestra has lately received a lot of new mnsic, among which are tbe latest two-steps, some of whic!.wjll, be nriderfd at the next party. ' " pedal Train Xast Slauday. The Mineral Range railroad will run a special train on Monday next for tbe ac commodation of those wishing to attend the field day exercises at this place. The train will leave Hancock about 1 o'clock and return at tbe termination of tbe ex ercises. Fare, oO cents for the round trip. Tbe regular monthly meeting of tbe Calumet Light Guard will be hld at the armory, on Tburday evening next. All now In thecity, roust b returned to tbe armory oy tuai time. .r ururr. K. S. (JltlSKHON, Captain Commanding Company. W. J. Holm an, Secretary. There ia considerable kicking am nj tbe local athletes against allowing M -I. Dwyer. tbe wrestler, to contest io ;he labor day sports and count up points for the Hancock association. The boys say heia a professional athlete who tnikts athletics his business and they do not feel inclined to contest against such mm. llonieweekera Kxeuraion. Mr. E. L. Wright will accompany a party of excursionists to L'uron couuty, via Saginaw, on Monday, September 7, to look over tbe choice farm and fruit lands which be ia agent for. For partic ulars call at bis ofllce in tbe Walla' block. l'lmpr ITnmpr. wlm was Injured under ground in the Calumet and Hecla mine shout two weeks a fro and who haa been seriously ill at the hospital since, is now slowly recovering and every bope is en tertained lor bis ultimate recovery, lie was injured internally. Mr. Knox Gavin was married last Mon day in the Presbyterian church, Menom inee, to Miss Jennie I'iatt, tbe leading lady with Newella Columbian comedy company. The bride is a daughter of the editor of the Freemont Dai'y Indicator. tr .InniM MnllpnliArV la in f h eitv cir culating among old frienda and acquaint ances, having come up from Cb Asset yes terday. He will leave tomorrow for Chi cago to put in three years more in study, preparatory to entering the ministry. Card of Thanks. Mr. John nnd Annie Williomswish to kindly thank all tbenelghbors and friends who gave their assistance during the ill ness and death of their baby and also tbot-e who gave the floral offerings. Someone, who has our thanks, has kindly sent us two numbers of the Mining Journal published in London last June and July, which contain articles from the pen of Mr. W. V. Kibbee on Tbe Copper Mines of Lake Superior." Martin Foley left last evening on tbe steamer China on his way to New York city. He will go by boat to Duffalo and will then take the train there. Mr. lo'ey ill combine business with pleasure and be gone about three weeks. When Yon Look at a bottle and see the words "Superior stock on tbe label, yon will know that you get the purest and best beer money can buy. Ilrew ed by the Hoscb IJrew ing Company, Lake Linden, Michigan. All dealers at II it. Mr W IV Tvl and freight agent of the t hicago, Milwau kee fc St. 1'aul road, was in town this mnminff nllinT on fpi.nl 11a lf noon for bis headquarters at Green Day. MUs Ellen Daniels entertuined a num ber of her young friends at a watermelon party at lier home on the corner of Fort land and Sixth streets, last evening. A very pleasant evening was spent by all. Fric Parrii left on the noon train for bis old home in HvUingfors, Finland, where he will join bis wife and family and reside in the future. Eric had worked in tbe mines here for the past seven years ihe Calumet Mandolin and Ouitnr rlnh drove to Lake Linden last evening in tbe rain and rendered two selections at tbe Eastman concert. The bovs renort a good time although it was ratber wet. Presiding Elder John Sweet Ht at noon on his way to Detroit to attend the regu lar yearly conference of tbe Methodist ,piseopal church. On the wav down he will stop over at several towns. Miss Nellie Smith, of Eairle Harbor. was in the city yesterday afternoon on her way to Hurontown, where she has nccepted a position in tbe schools, which open for the fall term next week. The lleneflt Iiall. Tickets for tbe benefit ball can be bad of any member of the club. Dny one and help tbe good cause along. The many frienda of Kenneth McQueen, who is well known in this vicinity, will be pained to learn that be ia very low at the home of Mrr, .lack a, and hopes for bis recovery are slight. Mr. It. D McCook, of Riceville, Iowa, is in the city on business. ThislsMr. Mc Cook's first trip tip here and be ia very favorably impressed with the country. Miss Pauline Schilling, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. James Wiggins, for some time past, left at noon for her home in Detroit. . Contractor Nick Bray is building an addition of a couple of rooms on to the residence ol Itichard II -II, on Hock land street. Attorn-y Oscar J. Larson has been in vited to ejieak on Labor day at Isb pheming. He will talk on the laborques tiou. Archie McDonald left today for Olivet where he w ill enter tbe college there and commence a course of study in theolopy. Daniel Ievinson and wife, of Hurley, Wis., are in the city. Mr. Levinson trav els in tbe interest of a candy firm. Mrs. Jerry L. Sullivan left at noon for Butte, where she will join her husband, who is now working in tbe west. Mrs. Samuel Peters, of Crytal Falls, is visiting friends in the city, tbe guest of Mrs. Daniel 4 of Oth street. rMen are at work gettiog the bics cl lark in shape for the Labor Day sports James If. Bland v, of Houghton, was in town yeaterday afternoon. Ca i. W. E. Parnall And wire arrived bfrcreaterday. Cool, Damp Evenings CARLTON HARDWARE CO. COLUMBUS OOLjXJjVEBXJS, OHIO, Exclcbivtc M!r;ricrntBi;s or tue Highest ok High Grade Work. Carriages, Beach Wagons, Surreys, Cabriolets, Six Passengers, Traps, Phaetons, Buggies, Concords, Gents' Road Wagons, Speeders, Etc. If vou are in need of any of the above v hides, remember consumers generally, throughout tbe whole length and breadth of tbe land, know if tbey want an abso lutely reliable vehicle, they must buy one manufactured by tbe above firm. F. A. Wieder, Red Jacket Agent for the County of Houghton. Do You Want to . If So, BAJARI & Contractors and Builders, and Dealers in All Kinds of Lumber, Sash, Doors, Moulding, Also Brick and Lime. In fact everything iu tbe(umte r line, and of the very best and latent pattern. : Yard at Foot of Portland Street. Your Dollars Are as good as gold, and our lum ber is as good as they make it. You want to buy LUMBER and we want to sell it. Under these cir cumstances, hadn't you better let us quote you prices on anything you want? ArmslNM-lelmai Lumber Co. IT MUST BE APPARENT Even to the most careless observer, That M. JOHNSON'S FURNITURE STOCK IS THE CHEAPEST IN TOWN. 421 PINE STREET. RED JACKET, MICH. We furnish all kinds of hen finer nntflla stoves, furnaces and steam or., hot-water boilers. I'arltqx If aruware Co. Hosting & Co.'s fall and winter jackets nnd capes are now open for inspection a ud sale. All the new styles on hand, A five-roomed house, and lot for sale. Apply at 439 Tamarack street, Laurium. SOI.MOM, TIIR lKIIRRTAKF.lt. Practical Rratialmer and Funeral Direc tor. Katattlished In 175. Boon street, Red Jacket. Telephone service. And night call, promotlv attended to. - niRTIIM. ANDEKSON On the lit Inst., the wlfeof Mr. ( )cmx A ndersun of a ton. IIKATHM. Hl'f.U VAN-On the 1st Inst., at the Osceola, the 2-week-old child of Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan. Interment at Hecla cemetery. LO OUR HEETIMUM. All memhersnf Red Jacket Lodsre, No 12! A ! V" ,r requested to mwtat their hall nn Thursday ivenm net, Heptcmbera. Work In tbn do. r-c and other Important bus iness to come litafore the mwtlnir , MICHAEL bUHNAIIAN, M. W. W. W. ELLIS, Recorder. ArrrKTioa 8ia KaionTsr A statrdconclavsof Mont rose Cornmandcrv No. 8H. will m held at the aavltim on Friday evenlnn, at 7-.: o'clock. Work on the K. T. defCrce. A full attendance is requested. liy order E.O. BROWN. Reit;dle,r.OS,BOKN'E C- . A.r.evu.l"r n,w'nof TTecIa Lodge. No. 90. h Jiii Jx - TJ" L.ht,14 Wednesday evenln a their hill. Work In the Initiatory decra and ot her Important huslncsa will bn transacted and a large attendance Is expected. Are made comfortable by using an i W A No Smell! No Smoke! No Trouble Bui Lots of Wort We have the latest at BUGGY CO., Build a House? See ULSETH. MCIIOOLH OPEX IX NKITKMIIKK How Are You Fixed for Nchool Shoe for Children I Urine jour children to the lire Hive shoe wtore, where apeelal atten tlon la paid to children' ahoea. A flrst-ela line of Iloy, Mmv and Children's ahoea, In all tjle. Kangaroo, Calf and Oil Urn. The eheapeat place In town for a re liable shoe. Every pair la warranted to wear like steel. Onee wore, al ways worn. EVAX TIIOMAM, Xorth Main Htreet. Ited Jacket. JyjTi"1 ri'w,,' Proposals In writing for the purchase of propcrtio aa described I hi ITJ our ofllce mWph Wert'n affcmTstnTi uti Jacket, up to Monday, September lEtS! HWofNWu W S of BV .. NWnfPR K 4 of HE Tcn.iWnd tbulldlnga, Sec. W, KofNF, Hec. 33 NWltof NW ' .. " w,s.';!,.,l'i"i!c",' " I'artof Hlock a in Oanco'la addition nn "rSlwUh ,rellln and barn f"rt we ressrve the right to rcioY i . or any bid. tAvi??1.,1." J'Miest J()ll N VfUT eater J H. WF.KT1N, fcecutors. Dress ...For Fall and Winter... Represents gatherings of the manufacturers' richest productions. Black Goods Department SILK AND WOOL NOVELTIES: Llzarlnos, Cravenattea Serges, Etc. MOHAIR wPMonalrs. Henriettas. Silk Spuns, Etc. DRILLIANTINES BoweIe8i VIgoroU8f Etc. rricea the lowest. 15 ct nts to 2.19 per yard. Colored Dress Goods Department, Always the Latest and Best Novelties. fr-3G-inch All-wool Suiting (six colors) only 25 centa pery fctf-Serges, all colors, 42 to 40 Inches wide, cents op. , fcffFrench Novelties in Dress Patterns, f 5 to f 12. Per . -n-.i.- , ...ltlr. O'-.n.iiiinn. ialla. I IQ7 lltTUlB'l VIUIUB, laifcc Kitvuvup ufp..ii.k r.nnu thaaa ant alwava ftarriaids In Cotton, Wool, and Silk and Wool. 12 to 07 . n r!nnla,vt with the heat that miric,M a. - i i u..-j:.atvU nrlr great care riereiocu irjfcoiuiuji bi.j vwiwi XO TKOUItLK TO SHOW J. VIVIAN, JR. n mim i All Migh Orade. One thing is certain better furniture of serviceable quality has t is all first-class; resh, beautiful, built the store of the latest discount. A word to Olson's Furniture Store, Soott H 111 Edward Ryan's Store. t Ladies' Fedora Hats, 1".',!;:;,, Children's and Misses' Caps. Yarns and Dress Goods. We have the Prestley's Celebrated Blacks, Call and -:Fumiture We carry a large and varied assortment of everything in the furniture line. EDWARD IR.-5r.AJSr. Our Regular Reduction Sale as been in progress; we have been and will vcrjr uueaigraaeoi clothing that is produced anywhere at prices that must move it prices that have been moving it at a hot pace for the last three weeks prices that you honestly can't afford to miss. In addition to this, e include at special prices a few things you'll surely need. $ 1 5 Suits $12 Suits o And good sellers at (Join $8 Suits In four different styles. A beau tiful suit for 1 8. Now they are only Radiant,,-:- Home -..Stoves and Ranges... Are the best on earth and are recommend by Five Hundred housewives who have used them daily. They burn any kind of fuel, but being made in a hard coal section of the coun try, are particularly adapted to its ui o. FRANK B. LYON. Good ' favorites 10 centa tsurda 1 1nraKilitv anil nrlc4 ...... , " . CSOOIIS. V?on.. & CO., Laurium. never been presented. nothing shop-worn; all to wear; everything in design yours at a heavy you is sufficient. Callat Street 1'hV ....cA IRG ffl EVERY MI .A.T- exclusive rale for inspect our Department: - continue for n few weeks longer offering $9.50 Xnw rhav n ra that. ("7 H ilent JJ) m I J the reduction sale $5.00 Jacob Gartner.