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THE COPTER COUNTRY EVENING NEWS, CALUIIKT. SATURDAY, HAY 7, 1808.
ITrod Mookoxisdo, Kdlter an 4. rroarietar. tryOmoe In UeKvvs block, north end TUU ilmt, Bad Jacket, Mlchljjan. Of OF HUUSCBIPTIONI BT M1XL OB CABBIBB. Pa year vta b4t&c) - W J r. iuooti - w tlM'tlk ....... .......... u CTtBBO At TBB ICT OfflCB AT CALCIC FT, BICXIOAB A4 SBOOHO-CLAM MATTBB. tVOummnnioaUons and letters of buslneea aaonccted with ths paper should be addressed The Oouper Country Erenin News, tTalumet. Tliehlcan. Leland, Towle & Co., Hanker and Broker. Members of tbe Esston and New Yert Eicla-ics. Copper Stock! a Specialty. W. F. Fitzgerald, I Coszr jss Street Boston. Mass. Howland & Co., ANHKlt!) AM) UllOKKllH. Ames Building, BOSTON - MASe Interest allowed on deposits . Order executed for Cash or Margin Id Stocki, Bonds, Grain and Provision! listed on tbe Boston, New York and Chicago Exchanges. Special AttenUQn GiTen to Copper Stocks. Bend for Clrou ar and Telegravu Cu e Mining Property For Sale. All tbe property, real and.'perso 1, of th fee La Belle Minim Company, situated la Keweenaw Co. Jllrh, embracing H.ftVi acres on tbe mineral range, i'J TW acres In fee-1,6ns acres surface only mak ng2u,?Si acres south of mineral range with the ardwood still standing, together with seven cities of railroad to stamp mill at Lac la belle; rrtth outlet thence to Lake Superior. Plant at 4 he mine and Lake all In good order and ready Cor operation. Enquire for further partlo carsfrom W. K. VIVIAN, Supt. Delaware Mine P. O. Keweenaw Co. alien. "17aniiim o. corrKic siiwku COMPANY. Will be sol.l at public auction on Saturday, tbf lltli day of June, at tho company tiflloo. No. M Devcnshlre street, room 12, Bos ton, at II o'clock, a. in., f"r non-payment of aasessment due February it. the follow-!- described stock in the Washington Copper Mining Company, unless the sJd aicssment, with expends on the came be pal l before tbe iim of sale: Shares. Adams, J. Alston l.?W) AbO .it. Stephen A. l.""H Irown. Kiley fc Co leNtrk. Frederick, Agent 1" !taker, Erastus 20 J llarneM, farah P H Hi Martlett, J. T Itassett. William ' .Iryant. Jolin Odduan, J, J "iiowner At Co Paniel. Albert T Fletcher, E. C ate, Joint I lieason, Lealie O Anliner, Mr. E. U. r Ilarkins, V. P Hutching. E. D UK) 1W 400 211 l,'tt 7,:ido 5(0 two w 10J ;)i 10O liOJ Jones, r r.. Jackson, EUn .... Ladner. LcuH J f" Lord. George U Jr 4'W MaeNider. James McCarthy, D. r McCarthy W.N WW Morandl, F. W 2 Neilon K. 8 Pitman, Lutherrt Presoott. F, W. & Co LW Proctor. A. II.... Pop. Frederick H Parlln, Oeorgu W Paine. Webber St Co i'.tf.'ft, Mrs. Anna M Mbley. F. W (Soley. Oay & Dorr jlhnnrn I A 2D0 KM) 200 21 W 100 Tower, ui'iuings ot uo " Tyler, Lydia M Thaxter. F. O Watson, Ashley j. White. E. P. Agent J. Watson. Ashley Co Ward. Hornblower & Oo f,u By order of the directors, r J FHEUEKIUK BECK, Treasurer. .r.u.n.,1-,., ...... - a .11 Copper Circular. ailv firm market was maintained throughout the past month Active legitimate demand, coincident with a further shrinkage of supplies, and the otherwise excellent statistical posi tion of the metal.'.hadthe effect of raising both New York and London market values to the highest level recorded in rears. There was a large business done, aerf although free selling at 12 cents by a leading Lake Interest was pen-evered Mn tor some time, nevertheless the up nf the market was not - checked thereby. All the copper oHered at those figures was readily absorbed, after which other oroducers obtained 12' for deliveries in 'Mar and J one This price has since betn repeatedly declined for similar deliveries, bile Lake copper for prompt delivery, vb'ina, in limited supply, sold as high as I not aroused and tho song comes as a sur 1 VI Actnal ihoatllitles having broken prle out of tho dusky kllcnce of tho woods, 12r rln"in0,t:V:La..--,iH.u one feels that it merits all the fine things out between we umiio"0 it remains to be sen whether or not tho eyentnaltles of war will leaa vneiatter ..-nantrvto Impose an export doty on t3panlsh copper. Spain being the second r, nf-rMneerlo! IcooDer, sucn a meas - annnal production . nn wards of 45.000 lD" rr'Z: a adm. i..kt.i nmti an addt -tons, ana uouou?cu., k.; mnai bum - meetle com u mere heye been very boey, ad the hone coaeumptloo of copper, lately, bat been unusually larg and on a greatly expanded scale. Europe keep op a constant demand for copper, where consumption Roea on at an enormous rate, and this country is expected to supply tnegreat bulk of what is needed. As an article of commend 'copper ranks of great Importance. Ex porta of this metal from the United States, durin-r the past i two yeart, amounted in Talus to more than f 02, 000.000, and yet the trade is carried on with the smallest reeerye of foreigu stocks known. With European viable copper supplies reduced to the equivalent of only a few weeks requirements at the most, the urgency of frequent and hea?y hipmentsfrom this country i palpable. The consumption of copper in England and France for the first three months of this ;ear is estimared at 07,238,080 pound, and that of Germany forthe first two months at 21,903,200 pounds. This is at the rate of fully 400,000,000 pounds consumption per annum forthe three countrien named. Such a tremrn dour European demand, in conjunction with the growing domestic consumption, indicate the decree of pre sure that will fall upon American copper mines to fur nish an output even partially adequate to meet the present gigantic transatlan tic requirement, in addition to the home demand. Copper production, in tons of 2,240 pounds, as follows: March 18!t.H l-.7 In. De. Vritcd States 2i,:m 1. 2,(h Euiopean 7.121 MM . 1.2J7 U S. Exports M.7U 11.233 2,482 Firt 3 Months issts 1W7 In De. United States M.447 2.7: 2,708 .... European W.WO 23.1H4 2.214 U. 8. Exports 31,355 2y,73i 4.818 .... Exports of copper from the United States, in tons of 2,240 pounds fine, as per copper producers' returns, were as follows: ltf8 1W7 1WW 1MW 1K04 January ll.tW 8.H .i 7.144 7,717 1-ebruary v,nu p.hto b,.' oo-. March.... :i 714 ll.2: 10.M13 8,14 7.137 April V,U9 10.27 10,(4 6,877 6.2U9 Total 4 mtb8...43.r04 40,018 38,010 20.185 28,653 Metal exchange return. Cable returns report the total yisible supply of copper in England and France, and atloat thereto from China and Aus tralia, on May 2, at 28 800 tonn against 29,550 tons on April 15th. beinj; a de crease for the fortnight of C90 tons, but an increase compared with April 1 of 900 tons. Total supplies forthe month of April were 23,800 tons, with deliveries amounting to 22.900 tons during name period. London quotation for (1. M. B. copper closed todav at 51 83.9 spot, and Xo2. 2 0 futures. Sales wire7i')0 tons spot, and 800 tons futures. New York market quotes: Lake, 12 (U2: electrolytic, 12312'w. casting, 11V312 Market firm. 1). Hoi'stox & Co., Metal Brokers. Xew York, May 3, 1898. BIRD SONGS. to Hear Them Truly Requires an Ear l'articnlarly Attuned. John Burroughs writes for The Contury an nrticlo on tho "8ong9 of American Birds." Mr. Burroughs Bays: I 6uspect it requires a Fpeclal Rift of praco to cnnblo ono to hear tho bird songs. Some new power must bo ndded to tho car or Hdmo obstruction removed. There are not only scales upon our eyes so that we do not fcoo; there aro scales upon our ears so that we do not hear. A city woman who had spent much of her time in tho country once o&ked a well known ornithol ogist to take her where she could boar tbe bluebird. "What, never heard the blue bird?" said ho. "I have not," said the woman. "Then you will never hear It," said the bird lover that Is, never hear it with that Inward ear that gives beauty and meaning to tho noto. lie could prob ably have taken her In a few minutes where ehe could have heard the call or warblo of the bluebird, but It would have fallen upon unrosponslvo ears upon ears that wcto not sensitized by love for tho birds or associations with them. Bird songs are not music, properly speaking, but only suggestions of music A great many peonlo whose attention would bo quickly arrested by the same volume of sound mado by a musical In strument or by any artificial means never bear them at all. Tbe sound of a boy's penny whistle there In the grove or tho meadow would separate ltselt mora irom the background of naturo and boa greater challengo to the ear than is the strain of the thrush or tho eong of the spnrrow Tboro Is something elusive, Indefinite, neutral, about bird songs that makes them strike obliquely, ns it worn, upon tbe ear, and we nro very apt to miss them. They are a part of nnture, and nature lies about ns, entirely occupied with ncr own anairs and Quito regardless of our presence Ilenoe it is with bird songs as It is with so many other things in nature they sre what we make them. The car tnat nears them must Ik) half creatlvo, I am always disturbed when persons not especially observant of birds ask inw to take them whero they can near some par tlcnlar bird tho song of which they nave become Interested in through adescrlp tlon of It In somo book. As I listen with them I feel like apologizing for tbe bird It has a bad cold or has just beard some depressing news; it will not lit Itself out The songsoctus so cnsuul and minor when vou mako a dead set at it. I have taken Dorsons to hear the hermit tnrusn, ana have fancied that they wcro an tno time savins? to themselves, "Is that all?" But when one bears the bird In his walk, when the mind is attuned to simple things and Is open and reccptlvn, when expectation is All th sm. Brobson It's a disputed quostion I which have the quicker tempers, blonds 1 or brunettes. Brobson Yes. My wife hat been both, and I couldn't too that it made ftnr difforence.Co8toI1 TraToler. AOUITIOHAIi K.OCA1 nsi7t Watch tor the Monitor, Try the Crawford bicyclee-at the City Ilardware store. lletsl For Dale. The Jewell House property is for sale. A most decirable hotel location. Apply to Mr. B.Bhea. Anyone desiring scavenger wot k done in the Tillage of Laurium will have their orders promptly attended to by leaving them at Napoleon GlnjrraW livery stable, 210 Third street, Laurium. A torpid liver robs yon of ambition and ruin your health. De Witt's Little Early Risers cleanse tbe liver, cure con stipation and all stomach and liver troubles, Soueruren & Souerorn, Clothes cleaning, dyeing, repairing altering and pressing promptly and neatly done. All work guaranteed to prove satisfactory, Michigan Dye Works. Over 312 Fifth street. It is a great leap from tbe old fashioned does of blue-mass and nauseous physics to the pleasant little pills known as De Witt's Little Early Hirers. They cure constipation, sick headache and bilious nest. SODKRGEN & SonKRtJKKN. Urease spots, pitch, tar, paint, etc, can positively be removed without tbe slightest injury by our new French pro cess of cloth js cleaning. Michigan Dye Wohks. Over 312 Fifth street. f Mpaln Wants War But Laurium Fair prices will have war first, we have a very fiue Mnej of spring stock consisting of c lothing, ladies' and gent's furnishings; also a fine line of ladies' and gent's shoes and rubbers. We are yery hish op on the hill, but Laur ium Fair prices are yery low. Call and be convinced. I. Feinberg'& Co., by the postoffice. M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I was a sufferer for ten years, trying most all kinds of pile remedies, but without success, De Witt's Witch Haiel3alve was recommended to ue. I usedjone box. It has effected a permanent cure." As a permanent cure for pilesiDeWitt's Witch ilazel Sal re has no equal. SODKRGREN & SODEJTGREN. Jmt Arrived From ew York. Mr. Aryonen.tbe gold and silver smith, of Pine street wishes to announce to his many patrons that he has secured the f-eryicea of a first-class goldsmith from New York, and that he is in consequence better prepared than ever to turn out the finest work known to the ieweller's art An inspection of their work is invited. Notice. The public will please take notice that am now prepared to do all kinds of shoe making and repairing. Shoes made to order, fiue fit guaranteed from $1 to f G a pair; mining boots for $3.75. Min ing rubber boots for $1.25: half soles on every day shoes or boots for 40 and 50 nts; ladies' shoes soled for 30 end 40 cents. All new work and also repair work made to look neat and durable to wear. rnop42 nun street, iieajac set, pposite Wennberg'e feed and livery stable. Charles Kimppainkn, Many old soldiers now teel the effects of the bard service they endured during the war. Mr. Geo. S, Anderson of Roseville, York county, Penn., who saw the bard est kind ot service at the front, is now frequently troubled with rheumatism. I had a severe attack lately," be says"and procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It did so much good that I would like to know what yoa would charge me for one dosen bottles'" Mr. Anderson wanted it both for his own use and to supply it to his friends and neigh bore, as every family should have a bot tie of it in their home, not only for rheum atism, but lame back, sprains, swellings. euts, bruises and burns, for which it is uneanalled. For sale by Sodergren & Sodergren, Druggists. . Vke rimlanders Mutual Fire Insurance company ol Houghton and Keweenaw counties, or ganlsed In 1800 according to the laws o the State of Michigan, will insure proper tv ot its members. Have paid fire loeeei oyer 94,000 and dividends nearly f 6,000 during the last seyen years to members of five years' standing. On the first day of this year the company bad 617 mem ben, 9546,425 worth of property In .Tired and S15.810.E5 In treasury. For further particulars apply to the under signed. John Blomqvist, President Axxz LiinoKXN, Secretary. 03ce, 448 Pine street, upstairs lied Jacket. lilllloas Uiyen Away; It certainly looks like It, but there Is really no trick about it. Anybody can try it who has Lame Back and Weak Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles We mean he can cure himself rigbt away by taking Electric Bitters. This medicine tones op the whole system, acts as timulant to Liver and Kidneys, is blood purifier and nerye tonic. It cores Constipation, Ileadache, Fainting St ella Sleeplessness and. Melancholy. It is purely vegetable, a mild . laxative, and restores tbe system to Its natural vigor Try Electric Bitters and be convinced that they are a miracle worker. Eyery bottle guaranteed, Only 60c a bottle at D. T. Mardonald'a drag store, Calumet and Belhumuer's, Lake Linden. The Monitor will soon be In town. Plsvriaa Uartens, Etc. Persons haying gard ns to plow,, earth or rock to haul, or manure to remove, should apply to the undersigned who will attend to such work with economy and dispatch. David Simpson, Tbe Laurium Livery. , , , , Th9 Lyrla (Marietta-f Calumet. Composed of the following ladles and gentlemen: Mrs. Bosson, soprano; Mrs. Whisler.-alto; Mr, CbarlesU. Gle, bari tone; Mr. Harry King, teno; are now prepared to accept engagements for con certs, church choirs, f uuerals, socials and other entertainments. ' For engagements apply to Mr. Charles B. Uale, Calumet, Begin to build early In tbe spring, Money to loan to build your own home. Cost is now only f 1.17 for each hundred per month. You can borrow f GOO at a monthly cost for interest of $4, dues on stock which will pay loan, f 3, a total of $7. This loan can be repaid at any time in whole or in part, or it will pay Itself off in about ten and a half years. The Northern Michigan Building and Loan Association. Busy Bee Teut, No. 10, Juvenile Branch f. O. It., will give a Necktie Social on Sat urday, May 7, In l)uDetJin' hnll. Tea, coffee and sandwiches will be served far 15 cents each. Ice cream will also be served during tbe evening at 10 cents per dish, commencing at 5:30 o'clock. Parents and friends and tbe public are most respectfully inylted to attend. John Dawk, Supt. Another sue of Itheumatlnin Cared by Chiulerla!u'it rain Halm. My son was alllicted with rheumatism which contracted hU rigbt limb until be was unable to walk. After using one and a half bottles of Chamberlain's Pain Balm be was able to be about , again. I can heartily recommend it to persoos sutfei ng Irom rheumaticm John Snidkr, Freed, Calhoun Co., W. Va. For sale by Sodergrea & Sodergren, Brnggists. A Clever TrlrU, It is certaiuly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in tbe land who are not afraid to be generoui to tbe needy and suffering. The proprietors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con u ra tion, Coughs and Colds, have given away over ten million trial bottle o! this great medicine; and have the satisfaction of knowing it has nhsolutely cured thous ands of hopelew case-. , Asthma, Bron chitis, Ho-rseness and all diseases of the Throat, Chest ntid Lungs are absolutely cured by it. Call on l. T. Mfrionald, Druggist, Calumet, or Belhumuer's, Lake Linden, and gpt a trial bottle free. Regu lar size, 5Qc and $1. Every bottI guar anteed, or price refunded. 1898'. M0J3ELS T'TT Jt DUST PROOF (CHAIN AND SPROCKET BETWEEN THE BEARlMG5 .BEWARE! op Jbii6eetir& John J. Ellis. Calumet- Detroit & Cleveland NAVIGATION CO. Lov Rates Quick Time THIS COAST LINE, FALACE STEAMER CITY OF ALPENA leaves St, Ignace every Wednesday at a. m., ana Saturday at 2 p. m for Detroit, Port nnron. Sand Beaeh Oscoda, Alnena and all points east and south between Detroit and Cleveland STEAMERS CITY OF DETROIT AND CITY OF CLEVELAND leave dilly (except Sunday) at 10:30 p. m. The Sunday trips are operated during May a une j uiy, August and Kcptembr. Through tickets to all points and bng gage cheesed to destination. For rates and Information, address A. A. SCUANTZ, 0. P. A. Detroit, Mich. J7 NARROW TRCAO '1 Manger IB vlA tDES It. vl Over 20 wT Prwsurcon.i IV )AJ the Bearing U crahkham! DAIsTXk STATE BAITE HO. 96. SUPERIOR SAVINGS BAHL HANCOCK, - R11CII. PAPITALAND SURPLUS $70,000 Commercial and Saving Accounts Received. 3 PER OENT INTEREST Paid On Savlnge Deposit. Compounded amt 4 PEE CENT INTEREST Paid On Certificates of deposit payable one year alter -JJ : DIRECTORS JOHNSON VIVIAN, E. L. JACOB BAER, a A, WRIUI1T. Pres't and Manager. M, C. GETCHELli, Cashier Superior Sayings Bank. Look out for the Monitor. To Rent Two rooms over the restau rant next to the postoffice. Apply to Mr. Frank J. Goodsole, or J. L. Hocking, Hancock. Nprlna and Hammer Mtyles. Having received a fine stock of cloths, suitable for spring and summer suitings, apd overcoats I invite an inspection. Suits made to order, fit guaranteed and tb prices very low. Give me a call. M. Johnson, - Over Sauer's Sample Room. Whooping Conan. I bad a little boy who was nearly dead from an attack of whoopingfjeough. My neighbors recommended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I did not 'think that any medicine would belpjhim, bttltjafter giving him a few doses of that remedy I noticed an improvement, and one bottle cured blm entirely. It is the beet cough medicine I ever bad in thehouse, J. L. Mookb, South Burgettstown, ira. For sale by Sodergren & Sodergren. Drug gists. The American Navy, Cuba and Hawaii A portfolio, in ten parts, sixteen yiews In each part, of the finest half tone pic tures of the American navy, Cuba and Hawaii has just been'published and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad has made arrangements for a special edi tion for the ben fit of its patrons and and will furnish tie full set, 100 pictures, for f 1. In view of tbe present excite ment regarding Cuba these pictures are very timely. Send amount with full ad dress to George II. lleafford, general passenger agent C, M, & St. P. railroad, Chicago, HI. Livery, Feel aifl Sale StaWe. .IO. TUI1I)ELL, PropT. Keeps the fin . .ot of borses and riss in the town, and wou la call especial attention to his large sioign noidinR iwrsons just tno Uiinx for sleighing parties. On Telephone Rxehaniee. Portland street opposite Salvation Army IiarracKs. ANDREW BENSON, PAINTER AND DECORATOR. Hard Wood Finish, Graining, Calsomining, Taper Hanging, Glazing, Etc. A Pull Line Of Wall Paper Samples. fchoDln rear of Olson's furniture store. C. E. NYSTROM Architect And Building Superintendent. Plans an) specifications for all kinds of Drir- ateand puWk) buildldgs, Fine residences a specialty, Office over.aur clothing house. THIS IPACB la UBSBUTBO BTTOB Calumet and Heela Mining Company. ITB CarMYBSH Who Wlsk SO BSll their honiM. n but kAnmt wbo wui o rani rooms ana inoss wko hare rooms to rent are lnrltad to sdrtrtlsa aert muuai ur iipsbn For Rale A house and two lots located on uflcwoiaetreet, laurium. Apply at house No. TO EtetOne fnrnlihAd iwim inni . 4041 Acorn street, Yellow Jacket. Wanted To purchase a house of six rooms KBi?SWTnd: APPiJ to Andrew Archl aald, 217 Eighth street. Wanted One boarder, most be an em ployee of the Calumet and Hecla, Apply to Srs. Bast 264 North Uookland street, r House No. B25 and lot on Osce ola street, Laurium. Property belongs to Lorenio relegrona and applicants should see P. TommelofNo 861 Fifth street Hed Jacket. Wanted ta Rent A house of four or Are rooms. Apply to Constantino Mlsoh. Osoeala street, Laurium. - Wanted Three steady boarders, company emploTes preferable. Apply to Mrs. P. Tay lor 17J lloundry street llecla. Wanted To rent by a Calumet and Heola employee, a flye room bouse with barn on the premises. Enoulre at this of floe. Wanted te stent A house of four rooms. Apply to Peter KelUr Laurium. Wanted --Four boarders, oompany em ployes. Applt to Mrs. Bowling, 1784 Boundary street Hecla. Wanted to )lnt By a company em ployee, a house In Yellow, niue or Bed Jacket of Ure rooms or more. Apply to 41J tJiith streetor at News office. . niue Jsoket. Apply the premises to Mike uaspenon. r Male A six-roomed house. Adp on the premises No. 714 east Pine street. aiVllXL.Il5.Mottr or rooms. Apply at the Niws oQoe ;L!9,trAnJ?1Ftt"room house on eweda wnI?6 No' fr. Bwedetown. Arly to John B. Wertinorat the eompaafs oLo s Jl"I,?i ;Booi n ,1Xi nni strMi wedstown, Appry caftseprenusas. CTATB BA2TX HO. 201. 1 STATE' r SAYINGS . BiSI iApgiuii, . men. CAPITAL 150.0: WRIGHT, M. C. GETrnrr,! C A. WRIQUT, ucaflEU OFFICERS : JACOB BAER, Vice Pr Cashier State Savings Bank, L Merchants' & Minen Bank. CALUMET, Hlsa. CAPITAL sioo.oc' Surplus and undivided profits, 60,0u Til HICK VV.n CKNT l'EK ANNCa PAID ON INTUltimT DEPOHf ornosasi CHA11LE3 BRIGGI .......niHDs P. RUPFE, JK , Vics-Psiinur H. B.OOLTON. ..M0iic: . I First National Bank OAJLTJ7IET, Hlsa. Capital, Hurplm, 100.CC so,c: Three Per Cent Per Annum Psl4 Marinca Deposits. Dsposiuofii and Upwards KecclT4. orricaas: KDWAUD BY AN Prbisb JOHN 8. DYMOOK Vici-PBMlcn WILLIAM B. ANDEU90N Ciicn First National Bankf II AN CO CU, - - Mleb. Cacital Surplus and luidlTiiled profits Ell i Three Par Cent Per Ananas All en Interest Deposits. ornciBii WILLIAM UkdUY PaiOiutii PBTEB BUFPB ViCI-Pmhdu" WILLIAM OONDON Ontj CHARLES B. GALE No. O, Willow Ara.. Calumet I ...VOCAL CULTURE.) tl Wednesdays at Langler's Studio, Iltnoock, Thursdays at Lake Licdea. V NINETY dpp r.PN Ot all cases of that dreadoi disease GIL A U C 0 Mp which so often results in W ness occurs In Hypermetiw lfar sighted eyes. To N nave your eyes examined iu time to time by I I3. Soliollor The oldest established optician in tbe WPP country untry. With Joseph Hermann. erery Wednesday. muls! W F. Piano And Oncan Tuner Aa4 I Ilepalrer. Alao 'p 1 UNt KtLUUL-n i vik Has had long factory expe rtence pairing and tuning and is b " do first-class work. Satisfaction Guarantee Orders left at sodergren s or" v.7 k or with Harry King will be vaMf) o tvxee llaekenz. (sJIJUJA ID. ID S. Dental .Offic I Orer Star ClothlnfiT SU ornca nouEs-4 to u a and T to I eranlars Telephone oonnBUU i Arvonen &Tenhunc 1 The Only Gold And Silversmith .v.. rf-.. rnin.n1a. Workl5" In and store no. m We are prepared toeiecuts All Kinds Of Wffl la fold and silrer to order i" ferns, etc, set and moantsd w t , perfection. J . 4ts r All SIUUIUI ,iniiu. - - m wtmmm mrA AtnmttAi EftvrAVlBC " IT Eialy sail and fire ns a ttlal.