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PERFECTION IN OPERATION
0 DURABILITY. And
Rejrel makes the toa pure,
wholesome and dsllclea.
J, Vivian, Jr. & Co
Several New Business
Blocks to Be Put Up
in the Spring.
'Contractors Bnsy on the Plana
WE HANDLE THE
jlxtk litreei to lie the location U
Cfce Hajertty ef tbe BtrofUw
Raw Heine Talked Of.
' There is every possibility of several
newbustneas blocks being put no in Red
Jacket next summer and plans lor one or
-two hare already been made. One or
- - two desirable booses on tbe principal
t streets will probably be erected as soon
as spring opens. It is said that a lance
CfcaJding will be put up on Sixth street
vJyEdward Ryan on tbe lot where his
voldrarehouse that was destroyed by fire
-scare time ago was located, and James
tllte. is also said to be contemplating tbe
" .eraetion of a new business block on Sixth
ustree in the same vicinity.
Acaong the business house to be put
- cp -which are assured facts, is one which
JLV. Kinsman, the Scott street harness
da!er, will erect on tbe property on tbe
- scraer of Scott and Sixth streets, directly
i-apposite where his present, place of bus!
tr-iese is located. Architect Maass has
utet completed the plans for a three-story
cbuotaess block which will be put up on
tvtbe lot and which will be built of sand
etoae. Tbe dwelling which is now on the
corner will be moved to the rear of the
lot where it will be placed on a stone
tfoendatian and Mr. Kinsman intends
MiDfckiBg a number of improvements on it.
The stone building which will be built
ill be three etories high and will have a
' ' ffty foot frontage. It will extend back
wjo tbe 'lot seventy. fl ve feet. The first
w : .Soar will be made into two large store
' ; roams. Each of these will have twenty
' two feet in front with a large entrance in
tbe tenter and plate glass front, with
k teel -ceilings and other modern improve--.
vThesecond and third stories of the
v '-'Building will be divided Into comfortable
i Jats lor dwelling purposes. There will
vie a parlor, dining room, twobed rooms,
sitting room and a kitchen in each of
i the tour apartments, with an extra room
i "u front, which can be used for office pur
r poses or for a bed room. There will also
: be a bath room in each apartment and
rtfcey will nave all the modern conveni
v eno s ianh ousekeeping. The rooms will
-.aiI&eol good site and well lighted, as be--
aide the good frontage there will be skyj
. lighting arrangements.
lfr..Kinman bad said noth eg con
fuming 'his new building to any but
' thoe who were connected with the mak
1 in cfi the plans, but somehow or other
i it leak: d out and he has had numerous
applications already for the flats and
tore-rooms. He thinks that is a pretty
; ood Indication that there is plenty of
- demand for just such a building as be i
. going to eiect and there is no doubt that
he vil! have no difficulty whatever in se
acTicg desirable tenants. The new
' hailriing will be of a good grade of tand
4&oae aud it will add a great deal to tbe
. - tppeerance of that part of the town.
V7ork will be commenced ns soon as
'.tfce snow leaves. Tbe contract will soon
e!et as a number of contractors are at
-work on the plans, making estimates on
-4jiod Looking Hock.
tlcme of the rock for tbe stamp mills
-which is being taken out of No. 13 shaft,
iheone at South Uecla on tbe amygda
- :loKIiode, is showing up exceedingly rich
In the metal and there is also a great
deal of silver reported to be found in tbe
Ane shaft. The other two shafts on
.this lode are reported as not showing up
w as well as this one, although tbe rock
taiienout is of a fairly good character.
?is!ao8 copper is also said to be found in
. ;ooeiderable quantities in .No, 13 and
f ibe rock taken out is so large that a
- xreat deal of it has to be broken with
' jiamniers before it can be sent to the
itauB mills, as tbe rock house facilities
rjgfs lacking at the new shafts.
"Township Klectloa Talk.
' Mnee tbe village elections are over
those interested iu tbe political situation
arcdy talking of the coming township
election. Tbe call for the Calumet town
Kp -caucus appears in this issue.
Tbo treasurership is exciting tbe most
-t? both In Calumet and Osceola town
feipc, The calls for the caucuses at
Torch Lake and Schoolcraft townships,
' heve fceea made for next Tuesday, the
' .itaC. Id Schoolcraft township, which
la soarfeuD principally of the village cf
LaLe&radeo, there is little talk, but in i
' Torch Lake township, which takes in tbe
.jtillaaod (South Lake Linden the treas
rawrebip ts again the office which seems to
"Ttota the greatest demand.
'"G the FaIUot:! see In your paper a
' M6ace of some boys being arrested for
OBLaiemenors and the same results fol
tlsvwia each case, namely, they are al
ways pardoned forths time being. No
asMa I remember has been sent away
s&ls first sentence. Does such, a mode
sfactlon folflU the law? Does It not en.
raj lhm to tiy again? Yon can no
nor At. tAKiNQ powot oo., mi vomc
more work a "bluff" on a boy of that
ate than youcn on a man. Put tbe
all law in force at once on anyone found
guilty and stop at once bad qualities
fr )m being passed on to someone else.
Calumet, March 16, 1798.
Lake Linden not onlv has a large share
of Klondike gold hunters, but some of
tbe more enthusiastic ones with a practi
cal turn of mind have invented an article
which may prove of grnt benefit to
gold saekers. Messrs. Beaucbene, Ter
rault and Kimball have perfected a test
drill which will bore through Ice, wood
or earth at the rate of seventy feet per
hour. The gentleman have applied for
patents on tbs device which has stood
rigid tests. Tbe company has opened of
flees in Seattle, where Messrs. Beaucbene,
and Perranlt are now living and have
given orders for tbe manufacturing of a
large number of the drills.
Tbe Senate saloon has lately under
gone some Improvements at the hands of
the paper hangers and painters. The
walls have been repapered with paper of
an attractive design which has greatly
improved their appearance. Mr. Smith,
tbe proprietor, belives in keeping his
place of business as pleasant and invit
ing as possible and be now has one of
tbe neatest saloons in the city.
Mr. Peter Primeau, of Marquette, and
very well known throughout tbe Upper
Peninsula, is visiting In tbe copper coun
try and spending a few days calling on
his many friends. Mr. Primeau thinks
some of locating In the copper country
soon. He was at one time postmaster
at Lake Linden and later held tbe posi
tion of county clerk at Uougbton.
Tbe above society will have their
monthly meeting at Sivert Olson's ball
next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
At that meeting there will be nomination
of officers for the next half year and
every member is expected to attend.
Hans O. IIaoen, Sec'y.
Mrs. W. A. Childs and daughters Misses
Lottie and Emma, who are on an extend
ed vioitin California, are now at Oak
land, haying left San Jose yesterday.
While at Oakland they will be the guests
of Dr. Walker and family who are well
Until tbe cloee of tbe lenten season, we
expect to keeo in stock, at the Calumet
market, salt water and fresh water neb,
salted, smoked and Iresh. Fresh fish ar
rives on Thursday evening.
E. II. OSTRANDEIl & Co.
W. S. Kinsman, the Scott street har
ness man, will handle a line of bicycles
again tbe coming season. He will sarry
nearly the same line as he bandied last
Tear, as they gave excellent service and
sold at a seasonable price.
Mr. John B. Curtis wishes to announce
that as his term of office expires next
July he intends to offer himself for re
election as justice of tbe peace and trusts
that bis friends will rallv to bis support
at the township caucus,
Call at Hosking & Co's and look
through the beautiful line of new and
noyel dress goods and trimmings they
Have you seen the lovely shirt waistr.
skirt and suits now on sale at Hosking
& Co's? If not drop in and look at tbem.
Mr. Thomas Sincock, Sr., of Lake Lin
den, visited with relatives and friends in
tbe city the fore part of the week,
To Let Two furnished rooms with
bath. Apply corner Woodland avenue
and old Torch Lake road.
Miss Lottie Lean of Houghton, is visit
ing friends In tbe city for a few day, the
guest of Miss Ella Dymock.
See our new easter pictures. Great va
riety and prices low at John Dunstan's.
When in need of a carpet or rug for
your parlor call at Hosking & Co's.
Mr. T. B.Dunstan, of Hancock, was
In tbe city yesterday on legal business.
New spring goods of all styles lust ar
rived at Hosking Co's-
A large stock o! picture frames in all
sites at John Dunstan's.
Smoke Klondike cigars.
Aro What Go To Mako a Strictly First
Class Stove. Wo Offer You a Full
Combination Of These In
Stewart Stoves And Ranges
As To Prices They Stand Comparison With
That Asked For Inferior Grades.
AND BE HAPPY.
Carlton Hdw. Co..
Hduehton, - - - - Calumet.
Is the Popular Ware For Kitchen Use
See The Line Offered At The "WIDE
AWAKE" And Note THE PRICES.
? TLM1E LAOIES ?
ARB INVITED TO INSPECT THE SPLENDID LINE OF
Japanese China Novelties
JIJ8T RFCEIVED AT
Russell & Peppet's
Launum. i - - - - Michigan.
Evidence Of Prosperity
Only opened for" buMness here last Jane. A constant increase in rO
patronage has made more room an absolute necessity. JH
We Will Allow One-Third Off!
jO On all winter Goods before we commence to remodel our Cj
Kj store in order to reduce our immense stock. Cj
g THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE. H
Dj 31 nrth HUeet, lied Jacket. 3
i 1 IV WORLD
MT1 only hr
Th Worl.l Mf. Co
QUAKER BATH CABINET
The Use Of The Above
AND DOCTOR BILLS
You can have in your own room at hom a Turklnh, Russian, Hot
Air, 8team,Vpor, Medicated, Perfumed, Salt, n fl,-1- a TIV
iortt 3 Bain
CHARLES KLEIN, Laurium,
Agents Wanted. - - Gen. Agent for U. P
FOR ::: SALE ::: CHEAP,
One Light Delivery Sleigh,
One Two-Horse Bob Sleigh.
Agency for Street Bros.'
..Common Sense Sleighs..
The lightest and beet running in the market.
Frank B. Lyon,
Qonoral Hardware - CalumoV Mlchlaart.
THE FINEST CLOVE IMPORTED.
To Be Dad In All Tbe Latest Shades
Of Colorings for spring wear.
BLAOK, NAVT, GREEN, BED,
BBOWN, TA5, MODE,
GRAY, PRIMROSE, WHITE, ETO
Orer 100 patserns for spring. Black
and colors rn
WOOL, . MOHAIR . AND . SILK.
Prioeir 3 to 75 Cents.
Also Latest In Ornaments.
And SWISS EMBROIDISlIi)
usblltiuhb, TOKINGS, BEADQ
Of Every Description.
We 1LfPe?,al BtreM pon th8M II,
read? for nu naB.
2 Cents To $1.25 Per Yvi
LACES I LACES
Thta department la loaded with tbi
latest noyeltlos, from the
Ererj day Torehoig to tbe Very Fine
Appequet, 2 to 13.75 per
AT OLSON'S FURNITURE STORE
"Watch Us Crow."
Toa Thinker aad Eceaomlsti, lie ad Thle Advertiseneat.
Take Time Tolnyefttlicate 1$ And Voirnemmen Hense Jadsmeal W
Tell Yea 1 kat oar Sprlne Line im The Greatest On Kartk.
REGARDLESS OF CIRCUMSTANCES
WE QUOTE PRICES LOWER THAN EVER,
S. Olson, Scott St, Calumet
Is close at hand and bousccloaning Boon begins. Probably your house
will need a little renovating, if so Just step In and see w hat
we can do for you.
Tapestry, Moquet, Axminister, Welton,
Body Brussels, Velvets, Ingrams, Three Ply
Also a few selection in Hall and Stair Carpets to Match.
4 WINDOW DRAPERIES I
In White Swiss, Dotted Irieh Point, Irish Tolnt Bash Curtains,
and a large assortment of Novelty Muslins and Nets.
Prices From 12 1-2 Cents To $1.00 Per Yard
Wall Paper And Furniture
This department was never more complete than it is just now and
. oar prvee are guaranteed to be as low as tbe lowes.
Step in and look us oyer.
Edward Ryan, Red Jacket
IM,MIFSI & yiLSETit
Have Removed To"
On The Osceola Road,
....Near Tho Nowtown School Houeo.