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THECOITEB COUNTRY EVENING NEWS, CALUMET SATURDAY. JULY 10 1808.
Sbi yIcbs To Be Hell At The Local Churches Sunday Morning and Evening. Where to Spend Sunday Hour. T?uiort or Tbt Vartoan C'hnrebes xteod an luvltatlou To Visi tor In Town To Attead. CALUMKT METHODHT EI'WCOPAL. "Pastor Ker ridge will conduct morning vind evening (service. In the morning the theme will be, ' Christ Tereouallj Pres ct and Actiye;" in the evening, "Nation il Thanksgiving." Attention la called to the Sunday echool boar at noon, alao to tbe Junior league at 2:30. Temple of Honor meeting at 2:30 Tuesday evening Ep wo rtb League de votional meeting. Wednesday evening pray r meeting. All strangers are cordia ly invited to be present at any or all of the services of this cburcb. LACRXM METHODIST EriCOI'AL. In K. O. T, M. hall, oyer the post office, on Oaceola street. Tbe Sunday trhool ' will meet at 2:30; preaching at 3:30 by Sir. E. T. Daume. All the Methodist families and strangers in the village are cordially invited to be present. GERMAN KF FORMED. Di ine service at 3 p. m. at the Zion's German Reformed (Calumet Congrega tional) church. Sunday nrbo-1 at 2 tin tbe basement. SALVATION ARM V. I'rayfrr Meeting 7:00 a. m Junior meeting 2:00 p. m. 'Famil gathering 3:00 p.m. Prayer meeting 0:13 p. m. Salvation meeting 7:00 p,m. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these meetings and enjoy the "services. CURWT C HURCH. Tbe following services will be held at this cburcb tomorrow: Mornsong 10:30 a m. Sunday schoo' 12:00 m. Lvensong 7:00 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these services. FIRST PRE8HYTERIAN. Preaching sen ices tomorrow. Morning erices at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sab bath school at 12 m. iter. II. M. Morey. of Ypsilanti, will of ficiate. The topic in tbe morning will be ""Jesus Christ, the Same Yesterday, and Today and Forever " Topic in tbe even ing, ''Christ Knocking at tbe Heart." Y. P. S. C. E Tuesday evening at 7:43. i'rayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 .. A cardial invitation is extended to all the er vices of this cburcb. RED JACKET C N (J RELATIONAL. Regular preacbiDg services will be held in. this church tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock and in tbe evening at 7 -o'clock, The Independent Order of Recbabites 'will visit tbe church in a body at the morning if rvice. Ha. l nb school at 12 m. A general and cordial invitation is given to all and especially to strangers to participate in any or all of these ser vices. IIWT CONGREGATIONAL. Dr Tinnier will preach tomorrow at ' both services. Dib'e scbooljand (lasses at 12 m. - Motday; Y. P. S. C. E., to which all young people are heartliy welcomed, at 7:30. Wednesday: Social worship, followed by Sunday school teachers' study hour, at 7:30. Alt tbe services of this church are free -and open to eyerybody, and all are cor dially invited to come and enjoy them. 3trangera and visitors in town and youu men will find It a pleasant place ' to spend tne Sabbath hours. Morning worship 10:30, evening at 7. 1'lease be on time. A lonbi Honor Reported. 'To tht) Dlitor: happy and pleasing urp rise awaited our good pastor, Dr. fianter aa be returned to the Cong, par sonage from bis recent vacation visit to Xtetroit where he fillel Dr. Doyntons pul vittor 2 Sibbatbn. During a Pastorate Ministry of some 23 years bis church peo ple and friends every where must appre ciate highly tbe honor of confering again upon him the degree of D. D. It appears tfiat the Doctor received the Degree &). A. in 1873. Thin was followed in 1887, while pastor of the First Cong. Church London Ontario by being ehosen chair man of the Conz. Union of Canada, and janpointed Fraternal delegate to convey X&e greetings of tbe Canadian Church s to the Cong. Union of England A, Wale who e meetings were held in tbe historic City of Nottingham. In tbe same year v9 find be was made a member of tbe VhltoHODbicnl Society of Oreat Rritain a very great honor In 1600 be became a vnember of tbe Academy of Pclitical & rjclal Science of Philadelphia Eligible onlv to distinguished thinkers and schol tunDr Hunter was Twice Elected dele gate to tbe National Counsel of Cong. Churrhe" of U S a body which meets only once In Thrc itars An:l now Olivet the First Christian Col lege of Its kind In Michigan unexpectedly -nrifprsnnon him the highest honors in ita gift by Making him an adopted mem fcroMta Alumni & adding bis name to the L!st o! distinguished men whom it Raysl ket the tuod put, wboUaom nd delicto HKTBZQ Absolutely Puro CVAk MAJMO fO0CR CO., MW VO. tbuscboosea to recognize Among these are Dr John Henry Hurrows tne famous Presbvterian preacher of Chicago. Author of the Parliament of Religions at tbe world fair. Dr. Walter isurrows u u oi the 2nd Cong. Church Greenwich Conn., th Rpv. Hpnrv M. Hovt D D of the First Cong. Church Hyde Park Roston and the Rev. Wm n. Warren D D Michigan's pop ular Superintendent of Qome Missions. Although Calumet' popular preacher has been known as a "Doctor" for eight or ten years past, bemdestlv declines to impute bis latest and double distinction an honor personal to himself, but accepts it rather as a mark of respect shown to the prominent Congregation of which he is pastor, and to tbe City to which he be- lorgs. Kara Declared Off The race between McClure'a "'Sorrel Dick" and Demarois' "Our Own" which was to have taken place at the Hancock driving park for a purse of $250 has been declared cff. In the races at Han cock on tbe Fourth McClure'a horse took a bad tumble cutting one of its feet quito severely, so severely in fact that it will not be in condition for racing purposes for tbe entire season. The horse is now stabled at Houghton where it is under tbe care f a veterinary surgeon. Rev. Htsse, pastor of the German Re formed cburcb, will commence a term in German at the depot schoolbouse on Monday, July 18, holding four sessions a week in the forenoons of Monday, Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday, com mencing at 9 o'clock each forenoon. This school will be for beginners and these who are advanced in the study of Ger man. For terms apply to Rev. Hesse at tbe schoolbouse. Encampment onieers. At the last regular meeting of Calumet Encampment. No. 77, I. O. O. F., the fol lowing officers were elected for the ensu ing term: C. I Daniel Finlayson. II. P. Andrew LaChelle. 8. W. Angus McLeod. J. V. Octave Gardner. Scribe David R. Osborne. Treasurer Izzy Blumentbal. The corner stone of tbe new Norwegian Lutheran church will be laid on Suuday, July 17, at 2:30 p. m., and all the pastors of tbe city are Invited to assist. Rev. Morris will deliver th .i dress in Englisbt The services will be beld at the corner of Seventh and Elm streets. A collection will be taken. Don't forget tbe Knights of the Golden Eagle reunion takes place on Saturday, July 23. Everybody come and have a good time. Tbe time for receiving entries has been extended to July 20 and should be given to to W. J. Hosking, box 711, or to W. H. Hocking at tbe Hub. The nimrods who haye stocked tbe Gratiot riyer with brook trout the past three or four seasons are now reaping a harvest for their trouble as large catches are made from that stream daily. Most of tbe fish caught there his seascn have been of good fixe. Joe Carpenter ia now the proud owner of one of the most flasby stage outfits in tbe city. Engagements can be made by calling up the new Arlington. A share of the public patronage is solicited. Gaound has been broken on Abmeek street, Laurium.for residences for Joseph Wilson and Archie St. Germain. Both buildings will have all modern conven iences. Will Ford, eon of Mr. John Ford, oi Red Jacket, was operated upon for ap pendicitis by Dr. Rodi yesterday. He la doing as well as can te expected. Tbe new bicycle track completed today at tbe Athletic park is on a slant of 43 degrees, and it seems incredible that a bi cyclist could ride on it. Mr. 1). Kloeckner, of West Superior, but formerly of the Quincy, is visiting friends here, the guest of his school chum, George Ruppe. Paint Are you going to paint. kUee Vila Bros Paint. Fully guaranteed. Sold by J. T. Solmonson.City Hardware, Red Jacket. Mr. Walter Sanders, of Ryan's store, has returned from tbe homestead coun try, wnere be spent tbe past week bunt irg wolves. Tintypes taken tomorrow. Second door south of Kuhn's, Osceola street. Laurlum. Buy best brands of groceries and save 10 to 20 per cent at Vertln Bros. Miss Maggie Belle, of Hancock, Is here visiting friends. ft V 0 llf! 2 Are in demand now, I Carlton $ ISTo. 400, - - SPECIAL SALE At The Boston Some Are $7 00 Suits For Some Are $ 8 00 Suits For Some Are J8.50 Suits For Some Are f 9 50 Suits For Uj Thfy are stiictly up to dete in light, daik and medium colors, sizes from K 34 to 42. Remember this great suit sale. All other goods at jjj remarkably low prices. Dj THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE. H K 31 Fifth Mtneet, lied Jacket. ( rG Don't Get Oyer this Cuban matter. Keep "We Always Obey Orders." Especially those of our customers "with promptness and despatch." COMMAND US! Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co., SOUTH LAKE LINDEN. CALUMET HANCOCK, MICHIGAN. CHARLES OJALA - Has a FINE STOCK OF FOOTWEAR At Jteasonable 1'rlce. 447 Piue street lied Jacket. Mich. Business Men Realize the adyantage of ::::::: Good Insurance and always want the best. James T. Healey. Local Solicitor. s THE . DOUGLASS . AGENCY. A meeting of. Jocelyn Council will be held Saturday, July 1G, 1898, at 7:30 p. m. Work in tbe fouth degree, also installation of officers and other business of importance to be transacted. All members are requested to attend. Thomas Matthews, Recorder. Stephen II. Bryant, Chief oi Conncii. A Arterial meetinfr will be held Tiiab. day evening. July 19, by Court Lafayette ino. zo, r . oi a., ac ineir nan. O. U. LLOUTIER, C. R. J. Galipeau, Secretary. There will be a regular meeting of Court North Star No. 17. F. of A., Saturday evening, J uly 10, at 7 o'clock. All mem bers are reo nested to be present. Duei nees of importance to be transacted. Richard Rosskilly, F. 8. Stocks. Last Night Closing. Allouez ........f 4 Arnold 15 Atlantic 27 Ashbed 8tf Roston & Montana..... 200 Butte & Boston 24 Baltic 19 Calumet and Ilecla...... 570 Centennial 14 Franklin... 12tf Humbolt Osceola M 4G'4 tlulncj 116)4 Old Dominion 23) Tamarack 150 Tecum sen Wolverine 23) Arcadian 21tf Isle Rot ale This Morning 15 205 24 19 575 4G) 23 155 23); and we have everything 0 in this line that you may need: Hose: Reels, Lawn Mowars, Garden Shears, Floral Sets, Weeders, Etc. Also a line line of Palmer's Ham mock s. Everything at the lowest living prices. Hdw. Co. . - - Pif til Street. OF -MEN S SUITS H Clothing: House. t (C VA T OLZCr Q' Excited ! your attention on your business. Lofts B B in Bollmann'8 ad dition are going ra pidly and are prov ing to be GOOD INVESTMENTS , haye a limited number left and would advise in tending pure h a s ers to make their selections at once. W FAUCET f'S Insurance Office. Borgo Block - Main Street Be sure to secure tickets for excursion to Marquette July 30. Gent's, youth's and children's suits at on one-quarter off at Hosking & Co.'s. For the best wearing and nicest fitting shoes. In all widths, go to Hosking & Co. Straw hats, trimmed hats, muslin hats, all summer bats at Hosking & Co.'s, at one-balf price. Capes, jackets and shirt waists, at Hosking & Co.'s, all going at one-half pn:e for tbe next ten days. Men's, bovs' and children's caps and straw hats at half Drice. Vertin Broh. Sllllluery atoneIIalf Price. All our trimmed hats and bonnets go now at half price. Must be sold before season Is over. Vertin Bros. Carpets and Art Mqnarea. Our former low prices on carpets, art squares and.floor oil cloths are greatly reduced. Must be sold to make room for fall goods, Vertin Bros. Grand welcome demonstration Satur. day evening, July 10, Salvation Army Ilall. Welcome to the division of Col. KeDpel and wire from Minneapolis, late of Ss.n;Francisco, Cal. Special meetings all day Sunday to which the public are most cordially invited. . J. Vivian Jr0 &Go. Hecla and Fourth Sts , Laurium. SEASONABLE WASH GOODS At Less Than Cost. This offering at special reduced prices is in accord with the rules of this house. Everything as represented. You will find this sale of apecial interest both in price and quality. We have placed on sale values not to be duplicated at prices we are offering them for. An entire counter is given to this important sale. Imported German and French or- ganaies. nques w eits, Silk and Wool Mixtures It grenadines. Reduced from 25. 30. 35. 40 and 50 cents. Sale price..-. Austria Suitings, Fure Linen. Colorings and des'gns superb. Untq ualed for bicycle habits, traveling dresses, street costumes. Sale price Closing Out Sa,le THIS WEEK Twelve of these extra large anil massive Couches, made for solid comfort, dur ability and stylish effect. The upholstering is heavy imported material of the very latest designs and most popular colors. They are tuff ed and fringed. All around regular price, $12. Closing out at 7.09. SIVERT OLSON'S r 1 1 r i t t 101 Mi M On Sweeping Day And Pntting Them Back Clean And Free From The Cerms And Dirt J fUl JWl i EDWARD RYAN. Have Removed To & luiumoer . Yard, r On The Osceola Road, ...Near The Newtown School House,,- Mousseline de Sole This season' great nit, most band some imported fabric. Itexceua everything in tbe line of fabrics, fast colors, washable. Reg ular price 60c. Sale price Dimities, Lawns and Mulls, Lappet stripes Organdies, formerly 20c to 35c, Saleprice era is easy and satisfactory to the neat . housekeeper, and keeps the house clean and sweet during the heated term. Our stock of fine rugs and cool and handsome mattings, will make a floor covering that will give com fort and cleanliness. We have them in beautiful de signs and colorings. i.t 4 it i it mm m 1 .(.Ml Bus