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Itas About Town.
Doings at the Various
Places of Worship
Village Council Proceeding.
Other I teas f I a teres t Picked Ip
Ari4 ths Metropolis of the
rea Copper Country.
rilWT (TNJKMUT10!UL CHI K( II.
lr. Hunter will preach at both ser
vice, la the moraine the Sacrament of
the Lord 'a Supper and reception of new
member. Tbe annual offering of the
congregation for fortun ruisnloa will be
taken at this service. Sunday school and
Iiible classes at 11:50. In the evening
tbe pastor will preach a special sermon
to young people. Subject, "He the
The following special musical number
will be rendered in the evening:
Tenor Soli "O: For a Thousand Tonu-ues to
Prof. Jni. r Atxlcll. nfChleazo.
Aotheiu Ol That I IU1 Wlna"
Services in the morning at 10:.'10 and
evening at 7:.'i0. This church extend
a verv cordial invitation to all, eeclall.v
stranger and visitors in town, to come
and enjoy its service.
CA I.I'M KT MKTUOIUMT EPWOPAL.
At the Fir4t Methodist Episcopal
church, general claMM will re beld at 0 a.
m. The pastor, C. S. Eastman, will
preach at both services, thia being bit
lat o"ay with thia congregation. The
collection, both morning and evening.
willle for the superanuated ministers of
the Itroit conference.
HKU JACKET l-O.VfiUKOATIO.NAL.
Morning service as usual at 10:30; Sun
day school at 12 m. and regular preach
ing nervice by the pastor at 7 p. m. The
public will be welcomed to any of tbeso
Service at Cbrit church tomorrow
win re a follow; Holy communion. 0
a. ro.: morning prayer, 10:;0; evening
prayer and litany service, 7 o'clock. The
choir w ill wing at all service. The Her.
W. M. Van Slyck will address the Sunday
school at 12 ro.
Services in the l'rebyterian church to
morrow morning at 10:.'i0, evening at 7.
The Sacrament of the lord's Suppff
will fe observed at the service in the
morning. Sbbath school at 11:4.1.
C. II. Tuesday evening at H; weekly prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 7:.'io; boys'
onvaue oioie unu unUay evening at
5:30; military drill Friday evening at 7.
Young men 'a meeting every Susday
mortiim; at 10.
Communion thanksgiving service on
Mondav evening, the 7th intt. Alter the
rvici there w ill be a meeting ol the
congregation. Everyone cordially in
vited to all the services of thia church.
1 b det th of Mir had O'Conner yestei
day aa n parti ula'ly wad one. lie had
Deei amtg lor tome time paat, having
been injured io the mine and sever fuUr
recovered from the effects of the accident,
bat bad been working right along al
though at time be was unable to stand
it. He was at w ork lat Thursday un
derground, bat was taken sick io the
evening and went to bed early. The
next morning, howeter, be was much
better, but decide J not to goto work.
About N o'clock in the morning he was
taken worae and a pbyaician summoned.
The doctor w as unable to come at once.
About noon he irit rrtnai.t. rat.lr wiiru
axiu i do pnjatciaa was again aummoned,
the lady who owned the hoarding bouae
going for the doctor brr If and leaving
O'Conner in tharge of one of the women
employed there. He Ml ioto a fainting
spell and a man was called trout the
street to lift him on to bis bed. When
the man got inside he found the man was
already cold in death Th1,u-tiir.knr.
ly afterward arrived, but bis services
were then of no uae.
The decetaed was an old Keweenaw
county boy, hiving lwa raised at Eagle
uaroor. tie w at 01 years ol age and
unmarried. Mia mother, sinter and two
brothers r aide in Surior, one of his
brothers U-iig on the road tor the
Twohy mercantile company and another
residing in Cripple IreeW. The former
has been telegraphed and arrangements
tor tne lunerai tiave not been made,
InuKJg an answer from bim.
Labor Hay Mparts.
Next Monday occurs the annual inter
association tield day of the copper coun
try Y. M. C. A.'s and from the interest
that baa la-en awakened over the differ
ent athletic conteats it will be the big
geat thing of the sort evr witnessed in
the I'pper Peninsula. The conteats will
take place at the Athletic park and, aa
tbia is the first time the inter-association
field day baa been held here, Calumet
people are uouually interested in the
SUCCWS of the affair. Mtn harahuon af
work for aome time gt-ttlDg the track io
shape and if the weather is fair tomor
row it will be io Bret-clans condition for
the bicycle races.
Snecial trnina will tut run fm.n
Portage Lake towns and a large number
of people from there will probably be out
auu iane uinuen people win alao be out
in large numbers. The contests for
DOints to win the run hu nunkonl
good deal of rivalry between the different
associations and no one can tell which
will be the winner.
Somewhere bet ween .10 and 75 couples
were in attendance at the Calumet
Light (iuard armory luft evening at the
crauu oau, uuuer me auspices ol the lier-man-Amencan
bou liner pln itml f. th.
Den nt ol the sufferers from the Ontona
gon fire, but a large number of tickets
were soia outside and the affair was a
financial success. Hancing was com
menced early in the evening and con
tinued until early this morning, the
merry danc-rs only stopping longenough
io the pleaaure, lor sapper, which was
served ahout midnight. Karkeet's Ideal
orchestra furnished niumc for the event
and it hm excellent in every respect.
The orchestra has lately secured a lot of
new muic and several new sel ction
were rendered Inatevi nintrand th
Josh lanls and lUn Tracy, of Great
Falls, were visitors in tho ritr tndsr.
having arrived io the copper country
from the w et laat Thursday on a three
weeks visit with old Ineads and ac
quaintance. The former resided at Os
ceola before leaving for the west and tbe
latter wortea in tne smelt at rootn
Lake Linden several years tro. Both
am knnan in th mnnp Mnntr
and have a large circle of friends who are
giaa to see mem again.
Th Lawilasa fair.
Mr. 1'einbenr. of the fair, arrive,! fmm
Chicago, where be purchased a big stock
.t 111 - : . t jt i
clotbiog, boots and shoe, ladies' and
irent's fnrnihinr enrwia ate Wm mr
anra in aTa vrtn AO Mnti nn ,ru 1rl.
lar. We sell for gold or silver, but it
must be I nited State standard money.
1. 1 U.MtERO tUi,
Near Laurium Post Office.
James Farnews, aged 16 years, who waa
working io .o. 4 shaft, vv olverine, was
so severely injured yesterday afternoon
by a rock, which fell down tbe shaft that
he died early this morning. Mine Inspec
tor Hall visited tbe scene of tbe accident
lOdav. 1 he lathee and trisnria tu.liai.-in
the hoy s death to be caosed by a a acci
dent, did not wiab an inquest held. The
funeral will take place Monday.
The management of tbe Eagle drag
lore om aeciaea to leep its place of bus
oieas open all boors of the day and night,
mat prraenpuons can oe put op with
out tbe necessity of calling a night clerk.
This effort will undoubtedly be appreci
ated by tbe people, aa it shows the firm
menus to give me iesi service possible.
The auction at Gittler's jewelery store
w in go on aa otoiai Monday, Labor Day,
but on Tuesday and Wednesday, owing
to tbe Jewiah holiday 'the tnr K
closed. The auction will be started
again on Wednesday eveninir at
o'clock as usual, and continued until tbe
entire stock is disposed ol.
Joseph Dyer, who left here about four
months ago and who has been visiting
in Cornwall and various other parts-of
oiu r.ngiana since, has returned to Calu
met and comes back all tbe better for his
vacation. He had uot been to his old
home for years and thaviuit imiuui
a pleasant one.
A. r. Barnes, the sewing machine
man, got back from Outonagoo 'last
night, where be has been on business for
tne linger company tbe past few days.
He suent a court le of n iff lit with thm n.iii.
tia bovs there and h an va their lifo d nn
an suusoine in me nre-stricken city.
Sergeant Itobert W. Wetiel, of the fifth
infantry prescription department, at
camp Snyder, arrived home last evening,
nuer a coupie oi wee it e visit with fritnds
at Ann Arbor and various other points
in tbe southern peninsula, after camp
w as over.
n FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR
W Ladies' Wrappers
Wall lln.l InaunrlHl
patterns. A lsrKsln,
Ranges, Cooks and Heaters, "" qy "
All kinds, all sizes, at bottom prices.
Sold on easy terms, with liberal discount for
Make your purchases now and have first
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
' Than shove, well made,
I. rite sleeves and braid
ed. All K"xl ileeliCiis
Hzr., X! to U.
I ll ft vie bailor col
lar. Moviy trliuiuel.
A t'ljf neller.
A HOST SITLc'
A SWELL iFFAi
A t'artruiu tt 3
COLUMBUS BUGGY CO..
Ladies' Underwear Department.
ElCLCHIVE MAJCCriCTCBIES OT THE UlGUEHT OT
High Grade Work.
Carriages, Beach Wagons, Surreys,
Cabriolets, Six Passengers, Traps,
Phaetons, Buggies, Concords,
Gents' Road Wagons, Speeders, Etc.
Itlack Fijuentrinn TiKht iwool).
2V! "nelta" Wool Coiiililnafl.m s.,1.
o While W.n.I iiihb.3 V " 1 UUs- - 1 '
TJo Natural Wool Vet.... 1;
J. VIVIAN, JR. & CO., Laurium
Bargains in FunS
All Nigh Orade.
ff Tr 1 1 a wm In njwkj vff a Ai t,m V V. : l . ,
-ww u unu y, aUj v. iur bvuic vruu-ieit, reuiemoer cousumers Kenerailj,
. v..v n uniu nnu uiromu ui iuo muu, iuuw ii mej waul ao bono
v-.v.v, ut; ujuds uuj uuc wauuiiKiuim uj me nuuvD urui.
F. A. Wieder,
One thing is certain--better furniture ofl
serviceable quality has never been presented.
It is all first-class; nothing shop-worn a
fresh, beautiful, built to wear; everything in
Do YOU Want to Build a House? thest0fe ofthe latestdesign yours at a heavy
discount. A word to you is sufficient. Calla
Rod Jacket Agent for the County of Houghton.
If So, See
V. M. C. A.
Tomorrow will be ladies' day and ao
Interesting irocram Las tw-en prepared.
Ker. Ir. Hunter will mnke tbe aildres-,
nu a quartette composed of Messrs.
Iieutber, Mustcripn, Knstrom and Cap
pie will Mnjf. Mis Sadie Cameron will
aU render a solo. The I'.ojs Choir of
the Calumet Kpis;opal chunh will render
Ol X II. I'ltOi kkii.;h.
A regular meetiDir of the common coun
cil of the village of It d Jacket was held
in the council room on Thursday after
noon, September IHW, at 1 o'clock.
I 'resent II J. Vivian, president; fzzy
I'-lumenthal, II. Ii. Miller, Thomas (irio
hle, Vital Cor-po. trustees, and W. V.
The minutes of the last regular an,i a(j.
journed meetings were read and, on mo
ihelo low in bills and salaries wer?
read a ud, on se parate motions, allowed
and ordeied paid:
W. n)nr, Jyl ! of tlif jipBcc, flne..
I. I.. I.. I. L.i. (n.-ra lli)u4- litfliU. ..
John ItoltfTtii (Jruyiri
J. V -l-flHUT .ji-i u polity .
John ?Miior lraylni
II. 1 la .a H Mf. Io
I'aul I. liiit hni coal
Mike M-inT Uainln
'ariton Hard war-Co. eumlrU-s
I I) Murphy lakiiiiriirhtonera to jiVl"
Vlllmin VVanJ. iiii-hIh Io orjufjfiern. ete.
.latoli laiM-r blai-k-trilthinif ... .
Jainf" r.ad cr , lrty, t 7:,,.,.
Al- Kon iimn 4 '
.i-ori- t-U:hll '2 " "
I'rank (.iir'lt-l to "t " " )
Jkiiiih I 'ord .1 "
I"ainut l A:iiTV)fi tt'SiiiHfcr
OKH( KltM MAI.AIOKK.
FranHx Ward, iniir-hal
i. I). Murphy, liUht watchman.
V llliain Wurd. Janitor
Willluni W. KIIip.. cl. rk
A. W. Ki'iT, at torticy '
Ki-' V S"'" h "Mx;rlnteiidiVif M-wi-ri'
t- ' A, ' . "'" ""tary Hater lourd ..
I' . W. I'l pllItT I'lllflllMT
Janu s .Mi-.Naiiiara UKsltant cniiH'er. .'
1. K. L. X V. ( o.i-trMailxhU
Miehnel .Mn.T halanrt- for sprinkler
John hord ctnt t (imiml-tNioner
I rank (Jardetlo M' dayn '-(, l 7s
Janu-H Ford 10 4 t1
anion lo-htello " "
I'lmrlfH It rait I'. "
X i i
4- i 'ili
"A Laboring Man"' if he wished his let
ter to appear in these columns should
have iij;nHf bis name to tbe communica
tion, not, however, for publication.
We may state, however, that the Kren
injr News will set the miuinif companies
nuu oiners a goa example by closing
and consequently no paper will be issued
from this ollice on that day.
If ContrrefS thouirht it'ina tho riut,t
thing to do tO eet aside one Hnvrtnt r.f
the 3 ear as "Labor I)ay" it does appear
sirauKe mat tuis iiay is not cele
brated in the copter country as it is in
other pnrts of the states, his jitub
actions as thie that cause a friction,
and anoarentlv l.irnn nmJ van i
tween the employers ud the employwl.
The Calumet operatic association was
organized Thursday evening with a good
liiieuuauce. k-. n. liarette was elected
WCretarvand trennrer Mr I'
Abdell. one of the lead
iaie i.aima Aituott opera company, who
p.-opos-s to locate here, was present and
w as unanimously elected to thepositions
01 manager ana leading tenor. It was
decide to produce theojera. "Uobemian
(Jirl," about tbe ISth of October. Tbe
nxt m.etitig of the oera association
w ill le held next Monday evening, on the
eeconu nKir m nermann s music store.
Aiitilicants for menilx-rahin n.nnUUi.i
tu apply to Mr. Abdell on Monday after-
uvoii. irmn 10 0 or in ttie evening from
7 to !, at his study above Hermann's
Judge Hubbell thisafternoon sentenced
jo men uianvuie 10 ix years in the Upper
Peninsula State's prison and suspended
sentence on Henry Kappaoi, for obtain-
iuk uiouey unuer iaise pretenses.
There was a pleasant social gathering
i me noma 01 air. Mepnen v illiams in
Lanrium last night, when the Kev. C. S.
Kaatman rhrlstpriml i .ml M vc.i
liams son and tbe infant eon of Fred
'.JIIm Loalse Itebll.
Teacher of Dianoand voice will ha In Pat.
umet every Katurday at Hermann's stu
dio. Leschetiikr method in piano.
Lidujiieru meinoa in singing.
V. A. Rose, representing Chapman and
ujii.u, a Pjin-e hqu exiraci nrm, ol LDl"a
go. who has lieen In the eit fo th. naa
week on business, left at noon for down
BAJARI & ULSETH. OIson s Furniture Store,
'Rnntriu.tne..n4 R.,tM.H .. t...ii. ... c....... SCOtt S"tlG"t
.. wu.iuvi n, nun tvaieis iu .ill MUUH 01
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Moulding,
Also Brick and Lime.
In fact everything in the lumber line, and of the verv best and latest pattern.
Yard at Foot of Portland Street.
Z-'i 1 m
I'aul 111 11 f 11 1
A. Foreman 1 4 4 "
A. .lotlllioll ' " "
lam llo land 4', '
li. .tlarkovirli 2 " '
Mattery Sc Ityan d'i " team.'.
JameN Mtrl luro 'i
eort' .laeka ft '
Fstait! V. Ander
son j " "
l'rMlHFl j "
HIIK H Mi.
Menry Tomlinson teamster.
K-iateof Willluni Ariderwm hay "
V. I. Illoy l,e.N and le.,in
r. lluniM' Ntn sundries....
Jami h KcU'tt days ""
Jm-ou Kaixer lihu kKinlt hiiitf
H'l!!!;l:n Monroe palntinv, eic'.'.'.!'
W. t. KliiHiiiHti harness, -to .
r A. ider '
KerniHii It. Miller sundries
I harlt 1 Muuford dray In .
4 1 i
The case of assault andbnttorv ua,..n
a man connected with some trouble that
occurred in the famou- ro;k building on
.Sixth street last payday niitht and which
has been itosttKniMl firm. a,,H u,,..;
- ...... ...... a.n,., t.fiJtJ
I for settlement in Justice Fisher's
court jesterda.v afternoon and a jury
t-ial was had. Attornev kWru.. i...
tt)ejaople and Attorney Joseph Ham-bitz-r,
of Houghton, apK;ared for the de
fendant. A large number of witnesses
were examined and the
a great deal of interest. After a short
deliberation thej-iry brought in a ver
dict of not guilty.
The Ontonagon Fnnd.
So far the amount f.ll.w . ... ..
... . . V """""I IU LUIS
neighborhood reaches II i'.iiiu.i ,mi.
the stun of i I L'OO has been forwarded to
.Mr. Sawyer, the chairman of the relief
committee at Ontonagon.
The account for the goods f irwarded
to Ontotinion last we It areas b.lloss
J ivian. Jr.. &. Co . ly'i in- im o '
H totel of Ulti.M, the goods
being charged at cost price only Mr
Martini donated the tei.ts he lurnished
and which were forwarded with th-
Tt- tl.tA. . M .
r. nun reiurnea yesterday rrom a
short vacation. Tbe doctor visited
friends in Detroit, Buffalo and Dulutb and
comes Dacic much improved in bealtb.
Mr. II. F. Fay, president of the Onten-
uini wining company, wno has been in
iub copper county tor tne paat week on
uusiness, leu ioaay tor borne.
The Xews has much nluaiir.
nounciuir that the nresident. h.. annnir.
ed Mrs. Hicok postmistresa at Flint, vice
ut-r uusuana, aeceased.
Houses built by contract or by the
dy. SAMUEL TlUTIIKX,
Omtractor and builder of all kinds of
K. S. Prescott, of Marquette, who baa
been in town tbe greater part of the
week on business, returned home today.
Notwithstanding th nr
I tion of tbe money question, Kteckbauer,
vie pnoiograpuer, is mamng platino
iinisn ac popular prices.
W. II. Vli llret t arnt hnm. trnm Nn.
Mountain, where he vm aiiwi k- kiu
mmers niness, i nursday afternoon.
A number of nrominenf T.aka T.ln1o
masons were in tbe city last evening at-
leiMimg a ivnignc templar meeting.
When VOU Want SOmethlnir arll.li. In
photo's go to hteckbauer's, tbe leading
If VOU eniov irnod riff oat an ini..
uouonai conee pot, at tne uarlton hard
F. McM. Stanton is in the city today
Edward Ryan's Store.
Ladies' Fedora Hats,
Children's and Misses' Caps.
Yarns and Dress Goods.
We Lave the exclusive rale for
Are as good as gold, and our lum
ber is as good as they make it.
You want to buv LUMBER
Want to sell it. Unrlfir thoco !-
cumstances, hadn't you better let Prestlev's Celfihratpfl Rlarkq
us quote you orices on anvthincr UCieiJicHtiU DldCKb
Call and inspect our
Armstrong-Tliielman Lumlier Co. -:Fumitute Department:-
W e carry o large and varied assortment of everything in the furniture line.
IT MUST BE APPARENT
I"-.... .1 A. I .
"'tu w .uo must careiess ODeerver.
That M. JOHNSON'S
IS TUP PUDA rr-r-. ... WAA.
w aiib wnanrcg 1 in 1 UVVN.
421 PINE : STREET. RED JACKET. MICH.
ij t'ractlcal Rmlmlmer an1 Funeral lilreo.
tor. KatRhllahail In IH7K u. u. . 1...
Jacket. Telephone serrloe. And nlKut'callg
(I I I
f A If. MinlnOmiinlrl-n.
Krank (isnli no Inlxir ' "'
Jsnien t"irl "
.1. I'. I. hmllh Ikmi-s, n'c
Peter Mwansun 17 ilaya.
A . Johnson 10'j
J'hll Hn-i Man puttliiir in' tnetera" "
William Fisher's bill f.r justice fees re
ceiyed and allowed; also rtirl for t()
aruount receiveil for fines. Kill placed
fll and check given to treasurer.
The liquor bond of Joseph Adamskl
principal, with Michael Tbinki and
George liublirissl sureties, eight months'
licen-e was rvivl and, on motion, ap
proved. The petition signed br n number of cit
izens and biirtine j op;c. asking for an
electrio light at the intersection of Fort
land and Seventh strtfs, was referred to
the street committee.
The treasurt r's time f.
real and personal proirty tax of tbe
Tillage was, on motion, extended thirty
On motion, fh- meeting adjourned.
Wiuum W. Kum, Clerk.
Last evening, arcor,iDtf toca 1B
I roh.bitionists h. ld a meeting in the hall
of fhn lemple of Honor, at which Mr.
Martin Haner e..ii u ...-.
I hos.. pr,s-nt were very enthusiastic and
...r .,,,,,!, mm maie platforms of the
prohibition party w.re fully endorsed.
At the uieetini' it una u..:.i...i 1
a Prohibition club and arrangements for
which were at once atrt..i
Ji. ulars of which will appear in the Nkw a
.'11 VI iii.
.Mr.(Jittl,r, the Fifth strict jeweler
w,l retire from .the jewelry business and
will sell at auction his stock of jewelrv at
any price. Hverv ladvatt.
will 'I S
..w..c a n-nnsome present
J niKiHiiiin hi-j o'rlock
every evening at 7. Chairs will
served for adif ..i. ' V
t...v,h-- -, """' you
Everyone is rordiall v
Mr. Michael Dwyer.of Templestreet. re
ceived a te eirrain v.i.rH.. ,
that his mod. John, who left here about
six years aro, had died at Anaconda.
ir. james . aivey will bring the remains
back and is expx;(e( to arrive brre
on Tuesday next.
JAMm4lnlh llkln.l IT ...... I ... ...
Richard Jami-a, at her' home cm Tamarack
AtMM'l f.ai.rli.m m,mA .Ml . t. ,
will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock,
iwriiw. inn rmvaiion army bar
racks and interment at Hc-boolcraft ceme
tery. O'OCJNNF.n-On Ui tb lnMt.,at his larding
iiiii M.ci w vunner, ajie nriv seven
ortVor to war.
A 1. 1, AltOI .J,VTHK TflWXi
BOSCH BREK IC CO.'S
srior m Beer.
C '-f1 J r 'i' vrif "mhjiovwjM:
liiri- a"ii!iiw Mit! K)mh7c;
Iast thrr"Blh,!thaTf Un moving it at a hot pace for the
mi ' ? frl)" that you honestly can't afford to
mins. i addition to this, we include at special prices
a few things you'll surely need.
$ 1 5 Suits X'JSta.r $9.50
Now they are
$1 ? 5lli"ho tV1'.1 K001 w""' at that. Ct7
UU1 tO .(,omthe reduction sale at Jh , J
A rrailltr mMitlnirnf Rail Tab T.IKM v
42. A. It M will Ka k.ll T...1. i '
hepu-mber 0. a full attendance la requented.'
.......... . . cavnem.
WILLIAM II. HOIXJE3, C. of K.
Th.r. will t a . I . . i
I,-".," i, ,i ij iiin-imn oi av
......... i.ua i iinuBii mki mi lempie or
lli.nnr Hall nn Mnn4.. c . li -
Work In tha Inlt latnrv Hum A .. 1 1 ...
1 dance it requested
TflOMA I V B Y M . K . u KO " L' O.
i A Paving Investment for Any
ilouae and lot for sale cheap, Lake
Linden avenue. For particulars apnlv
ta QaMHa.1 m A t J
MCIIOOLM OPK.X I MRPTR.TIIIICR.
How Are Ya Plxed for Meh aaI
Hhoea for Children T
Bring )ir ehlldrea to the nee
Hive shoe store, where special atten.
Hon la paid to ehlldren'n shoes.
A flrwt-elass line of Boy,' Mioses
and hlldren's nhoeo. In all styles.
Kangaroo, Calf and Oil Uraln.
The cheapest place la town for a re
liable shoe. Kvery pair Io warranted
to wear like steel. Onee wore, al-
wajn worn. '
Xorth Mala Mlrcet, Hed Jacket.
In four different atylea. A beau
tiful suit for t8. Now they
next: " '"eiu.r loin, m,
NWHofggu .. ,.
E 4 of PE H ..
to the yii',;:;"'; u:nnk -m.,io
or any bid. r,K" Uh.!J Mfhft
J Ii. WE It TIN,
...Stoves and Ranges...
Are the best on earth and are recommended
by Five Hundred housewives who have used
them dally. They burn any kind of fuel, but
being made in a hard coal section of the coun
try, are particularly adapted to its use.
FRANK B. LYON.