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Till Fort of July
Laurium Citizeus Will
Celebrate in Grand
rVrra! Xew Ilurr to lie lulro
dured lu Itir Celebratiou-Flro-M
or!. at Mht.
If thtre was ever any doubt that Laur
ium would ctlebrdte the Fourth of July
in a royal manner, it wan dixpolltd at a
meeting held in the Town Hall last even
ing. At the previous meeting commit
tees were appointed to solicit subscrip
tions for the fund and they reported at
th meeting held laet evening. Their re
port was entirely fatiafaetory and ic was
decided to go ahead with the arrange
ments. The arrangement committee was given
full charge of the celebration and will at
tend to all the details. The committee
consists of Messrs. Thomas Burgan,
James Martin, Morgan Williams, James
Mills. Joseph Light, Joseph Murphy,
F. H. Lathrap, Charles Kline. They
will hold a meeting this evening when
the program of events will be laid out in
full. It was decided last evening to cele
brate this year in a mauuer entireiy dif
ferent from any previous year and to ar
range t. program that will be new and
novel. The old idea of a calithumpian
parade will be done uway with and the
money which is usually fpent in prites
for this w ill be appropriated otherwise.
A big parade will occur in the morning
in which all the fraternal societies will
take part. The line of march will be
through the principal streets of Laurium
only. The Liurium band has been en
gaged to head the parade and furnish
music during the day.
There will be no wrestling contests this
year, but spicial tfforts will be made to
make the stret t sports interesticg and
big prizes will be given for all the eports
of which there will be a large number.
The display of fireworks in the evening
will be unusually grand and considerable
money will be epent in that direction.
There was a neeticg of the athletic
committee of the Y. M. C. A. held I st
last Ligut. and it was decided to make i
thfir st'cnid annual field day, July o. the
b':vert affair lI its kind ever held hire.
It was voted that a morning program
be gmn fur Y. M. L" A. members only, to
consist of the following events: Jn-yard
dash, boys 10 years aud unfer: T."-yard
d.".s!i. b'YM l'l years and under; lUO-ard
flash, boys 17 years and under; 1120-yard
dash, any member who has never raced;
running hop, step and jump, any member
who h:.s never competed: fifth-mile bicy
cle race, boys 15 years and und?r; three
fifth mile bicycle race, novice, those that
have never won a priz1; one mile bicycle
race, open to all members in the 3 minute
class. Handsome medals or other mer
chandise of equal value will be awarded
to the winner in each event. The morn
ing program will not begin until 10:30
o'clock. Admission 23 cents, children 10
cents. The afternoon program will be
gin at 2 o'clock and will consist of nine
teen events, viz: one mile novice, three
fifth mile special, one fifth, three tith, one,
two and ." mile handicap bicycle race,
100-yard. 220 yard, 440-yard, 880-yard,
and one mile runs, hurdle race high jump,
broad jump, hop step and jump, pole
vault, shot put and hammer throw.
Merchandise amounting to fHQ will be
given in prizes, two prizes in each event.
It was moved and carried that all mem
bers of the Calumet i oang Mea's Christ
lan association be declared amateurs,
aid that alter .Inly 1, lSUi, all games
given by the association will be open to
free lunch which will be serve. nvx time
during the day. Admission 50 cents.
Kutvortti League Olllccr.
TbeKpworth League connected with
the Calumet M. L church elected the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing term of six
months at a meeting held lust evening in
the League rooms"
PrviK-iit lavi.l I'aull.
Kitt Vkv PrvsMont MNs Amelia Taylor.
SiM'i.l -Mis Ti .
Thin! " - Mii Clara Outran h-r.
Fourth " Mls I.i Heaton.
Secretary Mis Laura UL'liards
T t a s u i-et H a rr y Nt r t li y .
Organist MLs Llllie Ku-harJs.
Henry llaka suffered severe u juries in
an accident at the North Tamarack mire
last Monday uight and now occupies a
cot at the Tamarack hospital. Haka
was endeavoring to get away from a
blast, when he ran iuto a place where
some loose hanging fell on him. He ia
badly bruised about the body and will be
laid up for some little time.
A yourg men's Sunday evening union
was organized at the Ilea Jacket Congre
gational church last evening with the fol
President Tliouia Hall.
N ice- Pres Men t -- W 11 1 ia ui S i neoc k .
Secretary anJ TreaaurerW. L. White.
The club will bold regular meetings and
take up the study of music.
On behalf of myself and family, I wish
to thank the many neighbors and friends
for their kindnessat thetime of the death
of our wife and mother. Farticularly
would I thank those who sent the flowers
and Ir. Hunter and the church choir;
also the pall bearers. F. Steimal.
Mrs. Anna Tumey wasup before Justice
Curtis ytsterdav charged with making a
noise and disturbance on complaint of
Officer Ward. The trouble occurred last
Monday evening. Mrs. Tumey at first
demanded a jurv trial, but on econd
thought pleaded guilty and paid a fine of
$o and costs.
Argall Hrothers, lied Jacket Mich., un
al directors. (Graduate of Chicago Col
lege of Embalming.) All calls promptly
attended to and the best of service ren
dered. Telephone in connection. Tach
ell's old stand, corner Scott and Main
u in mer Mtyle.
Having received a tine stock of cloths,
suitable for spring and summer suitings,
I invite an inspection. Suits made to
order, fit guaranteed and the prices verv
low. Give me a call. M. Johnson,
Over Sauer's Sample lloom.
Forsi .Near the corner of I'lm and
Fifth streets, Singer sewing machine, on
easy monthly payments. Old machines
taken m exchange. Oil, needles and sup
plies of all kinds constantly on hand.
The Mnger Manufattunnglo.
:i."o Fifth strvt
Ir. L L. Kobertson, of Lansing, is
stopping at the laylor House, lbedoc-
tor is a noted specialist and is having
great success in curing chronic diseases.
Office hours from 7 to 8 and 11 to 12
a. m. and from 12:.10 to 2 and from G to
Jerfy 3111k and Cream.
Fresh milk and cream from Jersey
cows can be had in anyquantity from
the wagon or at the house.
George Demauios, Seventh St.
A Iloute and Lot for Kale.
An eight room bouse, No. 320 Kearsarge
street, Laurium. Also a corner lot and
one adjoining on Pewabic street. Apply
to Frank Tobinski, on the premises.
Have you tried Moeb's Pro Patria
cigars? Worth 10 cents sold for 5 cents.
Stamped Pro Patria. A cold, sweet satis-
flying smoke. George Moebsi Co., man
The weekly prayer meeting of the Calu
met M. E. church will be held tomorrow
(Thursday) evening, instead of this even
ing, on account of the commencement ex
A Hot Wrestling Hatch
A wrestliag match occurred at the
Schoolcraft mine location last evening,
which was witnessed ..by a number of en
thusiastic sportsmeu. The match was
between two local athletes and was to
have come of! several weeks ago, but one
ol the contestants backed down at the
lael uioujfui auu the ma ten had to be in
definitely postponed. However, matters j
were patched up and the contest came of!
last evening as intended.
Both men were wrestlers of no little
ability and the first bouts were hotly
contested, and after pulling and tugging,
in good old Cornish style, one of the men
went on his back. The second bout was
shorter and the same man went down.
This discouraged him and he gave up the
The match had been talked of ever since
it was first proposed, and there was con
siderable interest, taken in it.
Crovatlen tfoelety Celebration.
The Crovatin St. John's Society No. 3,
will have a grand celebration at the
Italian Hall on Saturday, June 19, 1897.
Alter the morning parade the hall will
be thrown open and dancing will take
place at Intervals during the dar to the
delightful strains of the Austrian band.
It has been decided to baye the celebra
tion indoors to that the weather will
not interfere with the day'i proceedings.
The society invites all their friendi to
. Why Permit .
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4-- i '$;,
if?- I ! 1
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A new house to be trimmed
with poor locks, when you can
get the b9stfor about the same
money. We have the finest and
most complete lino of house
trimmings ever seen in Hough
ton county and the lowest
prices. It pays to investigate.
Knives, razors, shears, etc.,
in endless varietv. G-uaranteed
goods, at the very lowest prices.
VIVIAN'S Not How Cheap But HowGoodFmS
Why Send To The City?
You Can Buy Here 'As Oheap.
And very often cliepr. Tlie oily merchant han very few facllith for 1 .
vz wlik li the iiiereliaiils of your town do not uIko poskc-ss In fttot , ,. "u'ln' aml
w hole are oti our side. We pay no rent n and our Beiieral expenses are. iiuieh l n,M-,s"u 11
even think of ki 11 In to t lie city when you ean buy here for len.s inotie and ? WhV tb!
ety and teit r fatiKfaetion. e aiiW no one to undo with u because, we r 1 re",,'rN,
this neiliNrhood, We do not axk your patronme as a rlK'ht. that tort of thin Vi 1 ,,u"'"-ih.
with us. Hut we do you to come here because 11 pay 1 o but at 1 , 1 ' ai"
Items and price spak for themselves. iaii. T((
b.'aiicnt. lino ever owned, everyone a beeuty
Dimities Orcandiett, I'rHuatiincH. l-awus
etc. Can't enumerate them all
oe. To - .
We never lose a customer w ho once buys kid
glove re e. Any sl.e, latest crioriiiji.
I teat fl plove on the market today.
Some cbarjre you tl.'i".
Our Trice - - 7r.
BOYS' VASH SUITS.
Nobby and at the popular prices.
Carlton Hardware Co.,
With the little perfections the fixings of
dress from our great, comprehensive ward
robe of men's bric-a-brac; and you are on
the high road to the
SOCIETY OF SPRING
Especially if you will wear, in addition, those
tony, perfect fitting
The make noted for their non-bagffinjr!
The make that fit the hlpsanJ hanj gracefully
over the shoe I
Tbe make that comprises patterns only seen in
our distinctly exclusive weaves.
THE STAR CLOTHING HOUSE,
Leading C'othlers ani Furnishers.
227-229 FiftH St- Red Ja.ole.et. Mioli.
The New Store.
New Goods! Low Prices!
GRAND OPENING OF
The Boston Clothing House
407 Fiftlr St., Red Jacket.
Ererv maa who ha- jet to bay clcthiuz owea it to himself to foe this stock. Such
low pr.ee were never before knowa. it 1 an opportunity to be wt-n dreppeu
tnar no man can afTord to mi. A DOLLAR SAVED IS TWO DOL
LARS EARNED. Tbi sale in a revelation, liuy while jou
hare a chance. ,
A religious concert will be held next
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the Red
Jacket Congregational church by Prof.
J. A. Hultman, of Chicago. Admission,
Mr. Thomaa Smith, of Stratford. Can
ada, arrived in tbe city yesterday aiter-
noon on a visit of a tew days with bis
brother, William II. Smith, ot Calumet.
Wanted A competent jrirl for general
housework. Apply to Mrs, Jamea E.
Mackay, south end of Hecla street, Laur
No Flies in the house after 30a have
our screen on the doors and windows.
Local thunder storms tonight
We sell the celebrated Sherwln-Wnjua
paints. S. Olson.
Screen doors of all kinds at tbe lowest
price. Sivkrt Olson.
Refrigerators from $3 up at Carlton
Tirst-claM Finnish clerk wanted at the
Fair. Good salary paid.
Gond wood !cs ftiiu fcliort lor tale
at Qaello'e meat market.
We bars all kind olbrishee.Tarnlahe
Men's good black suits
double-breasted Kersey suits
gray Caimere soits
black clay worsted suits
blue flannel suits
fancy plaids and checks, tailor made
Terr fine clay worsted made suits, all styles
Boys 3-piece suits, 14 to 19 years
Boys, 3 piece suits, 14 to 19 years
.Worth $ C 00 for $
8 00 for
8 00 for
10 00 for
... 10 00 for
10 00 for
12 00 for
... - 15 00 for
ft 00 for
G 00 for
A complete line of Children's suit at 75c, SI, f 1.25, $1.50, 2, f 2.50, f 3.
Men's fine black worsted tailor
made pants, worth to for.... S3 00
Men's fine fancy stripe pants,
worth f 5 for $3.00
Men's fine hair line pants, worth
13 for 11.50
Men's fine fine black cheviot.
3 for fl.50
Men'e fine cheviot pants.worth
13 for fl.50
Men's working pants 50. G5. 90c
Men's blue overalls Only 19 cents
Men's working shirts Only 25cents
Mens laundried colored shirts 15 cents
Men's fine suspenders Only 10 cents
Mens white shirts, unlaundned... 23 cents
Mrn'n Matklatfthe. all tttyleft. for tv2,SO 93.30 and 9)3. Worth Doable the
price we aak for them.
BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE.
SO, 4i7 FIFTH MT. - HE1 FltOXT. - - BED JACKET
Bicycles from $30 to f 80 at tbe Carl
ton hardware. Every one a bargain.
Wanted A girl to do kitchen work-
one that speaks English. Apply at Calu
I'pltoUterer and Itlatrenii Maker.
All kinds of upholstery work done on
short notice in a first-class manner, and
cheaper than the cheapest. Carpets
cleaned, window draperies made, designed
and hung, awnings replaced, etc. Witn
ten yean of experience, I eolicit your pat
ronage. All work guaranteed. Office
and scp at No. 451 Front street, Red
llaneeek Calamet Railroad Addi
tional Monday Tralna.
Commencing Sunday, Jane 6, and con
tinning until further notice, the train
leaving Lake Linden at 12:15 p. m. for
Hancock and leaving Hancock at 1:50
p.m. lor Lake Linden will ran dally.
These trains win be ran to secure direct
connections at Houghton with the day
trains of the D., 8. B. & A, raSoad, from
and to liarqnette, which are now ran
FOR ITS PURITY.
SUMMER WASH GOODS. WHITE MOUSQUETARl$
1 1 ,00.
The propt-r jrlovo for wra.luHtlr.n
in roo.1 iiality in . 12, i z'-t
" ' W.J0
Finely woven, with pl,,w an.lMn-a.l u
lar beau tii... 1 aj uu-
LADIES 'SHIRT WAIST9
Complete assortment, now embraeine hi
org and styles. Kkhtly aiadcand
J.VIVIAN JR.&GO. -fe
Aim i' ,v
1 1 1 ner.
For the next 10
days, from June
1 5th, we will sell
Couches at cost,
Scott St. - Calumet
Within the Reach of Everyone.
Wonderful exposition of borne making mercnandieing. Not for a few favored custom
ers, but for the gratification o! all. Tbe fairest chopping sight ever seen in
Red Jacket. Trices that allure the frugal buyers and goods the very
best made, that must be seen befoie their satisfying power
can be rightly understood.
If you intend beautifying your home step In and look over our well selected
Stoek Of Furniture.
Oak C hlna Cloatts with Crystal Hides.
French Toilet Tables, Box Courhen, IDlvlan Conches, IDlvtan Chair,
iloand and Hqnars Top Extension Tables
lied lloom Halts In Oak and Cherry,
trass licdn and White Enameled With Dresser to Match.
Ladles' Writing lesks and Book Canes.
Oak sideboards With Fancy llevel Plate
Step in and we will show you through our large furniture room upstairs and
before leaving you will feel convinced that Ryan's is the only plase In town to boy
IN MILLINERY .
New Line in Ladies Trimmed Hats, the
Latest, From $ I to $ 1 0.
New Line of Sailors, All Colors, and Latest
Shapes, From 60c to S2.
New Line of Ladies Capes, Skirts and
Suits at Very Lowest Prices.
call In during the day and partake ol the
oil, colon la oil, etc. . 8. Quo.