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THE COrPEB COUNTRY EVENIKO NEWS, CALUMET SATURDAY, JULY 23 1808.
Services To Be Hi At The Local Churches -Sur.day Morning and Evening. Whereto Spend Sunday Hoar. VMion of Tit Yariocs Churches extend an InTltatlon Ts 'Isl tra IqTwo To Attead. CALUMET METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Pastor Kerridge will condact morning ind evening service. Ia the morning the Tt&eme will be, 'Experience;" ia the eren ting it will be "Looking at an Object with Both Eyes." Attention Is called to the Sundaj oehoo! hour at noon, also to the Junior SLeague at 2:30. Temple of Honor meeting at 2:30 Tuesday evening Epworth League de votional meeting. Wednesday evening prayer meeting. Lll strangers are cordia ly invited to be present at any or all of the services of Chile church. L.AURTUM METHODIST EPISCOPAL. to K. 0. T. M. hall, oyer the post office, oa Oecla ftrcet. The Sunday school riH Meet at 2:30; preaching at 3:30 by Mr. William Cruse, of Tamarack. . 'All the Methodist families and strangers tin the village are cordially invited to be tp resent. GERMAN' REFORMED. "The laying of the corner stone o! the , siew German Reformed church near the & atari urn depot will take place Sunday .afternoon, Julv 31, at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Heese will deliver an address in German "iad t?v. Hunter will speak in English. The choir of the German Reformed church of Lake Linden will assist. Everybody s'ri invited. SALVATION ARMY. Praytr Meeting 7:00 a. m .Taeior meeting 2:00 p.m. STatnily gathering 3:00 p.m. I'rayer meeting G.15 p. to. Salvation meeting 7:00 p, m. A cordial invitation is extended to all o attend these meetings and enjoy the wriicts. CHRIST CHURCH The following services will be held at "this church tomorrow: iljrueoog 10:30 a m. anday school 12:00 m. fireasoEg 7;00 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all attend these services. RED JACKET C JMiHEGATIONAL. lingular preaching services will ba held in this church tomorrow morning at 20:30 o'clock and in the evening at 7 o'clock. -' Habbath school at 12 m. A general and cordial invitation id Circa to all and especially to strangers to participate in any or all of these ser- FIRST CONGREGATIONAL. Dr Hunter will preach tomorrow at 'both services. Subjects: Morning, ' The Law of Mut ual Service;" evening, "The Recoil of J 0 4 5 "Dents." The Knights of the Golden Eagle will -attend the morning service in a body, Bible school and classes at 12 m. "MoEday; Y. P. R. C. E., to which all .young people are heartiiy relcomed, At7:30. RyI nakss tb twod par, wboltsooas 4 4Ucl FSVtilQ Absolutely Pur ROYAL POWOCH CO., NCW vowc A year ago, while in Chicago, one of our progree siye business men and a bach purchased a bicycl at excursion rater, since which time he has been doing some tali practicing ia his warehouse, ilia friends were not aware that he was either the proud possessor of a wheel or a trick rider, and in fact would not even accuse him of being able to ride a wheel, Imagine their surprise last evening when he rode down in front of the Arlington Hotel and gave an open-air exhibition of trick riding. The 1U4 Cross Fund. Since publishing the last list the follow ing subscriptions to the Red Cross society fnnd have been received at this office: Capt. James Wilson II CO Peter Cameron 1 00 Calumet Tent. No. 218, K. O. T. M 25 00 William Phillips 5 00 William Mundy, Pine Street 1 00 The Osceola M. E. church will hold their annuil grove meeting tomorrow. Services in the morning. Speaking in the afternooD, with the children's chorus, by Dr. Abrazn, subject, "Heroic Methodism." Exercites in the evening by the children. Barnes, the Sieger sewicg machine man, was the haptiest man in town yes terday, his wife, for a birthday present, presenting him with a bouncing baby girl. The boys, in consequence, are tak ing double headers on him. A numberof J. Vivi n, Jr., & Co's clerks with other sportsmen, will go to Han cock this evening, when they will board a tug and proceed to the Elm rmr, where a day will be spent in fishing the streams in that vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Rothermtll; of Jer onie, An., arrived on yesterday's after noon train and will visit for the summer with Mrs. Rothermell's sister, Mrs. J. R. O'Xeil, of Laurium. Mr. and Mrs. William Cully ford and daughter, of Houghton, and Miss Cully ford, of Duluth, yieited friends here vet- terdoy, the guests of Mi-s Kilty. Yesterday afternoon, the occasion of the anniversary of Mr. Piowathy's birth. he entertained a number of friends at a picnic on the lake ehure. Mr. L. 1'. Gilman, of Waueau, Wis., auditor for the Singer sewing machine, is in the city, checking over the books of the local agency. Mrs. Thomas Coughlin and children, who has betn visiting at the Grierson residence, left for their home at Hancock today. Dr. Blankner's office is besieged with people who want pain annihilated with his original methods of painless dentis Wednesdav:-Soclal worship, followed by trj -aunuary ecnooi teacuera study hour, at Ladies, you can jump on it. trample on I it. but it will come ud smllincr every time rtdij: tnoir rehearsal at 7:30. Caiman's electric floor varnlnh-trv I.-. Ail tne services ox this church are free taad open to everybody, and all are cor JiaKy invited to come and enjoy them. Strangers and visitors in town and jouag men will find it a pleasant place to trend tQe Sabbath hours, r Morning worship 10:30, evening at 7. iClf Ane be on time. LAURIUM BAPTIST, 12 T. McAlpine will preach at the nortJng service. Subject: "The Way of Salvation." The Ladies' Missionary So cwty will conduct the evening service. &atfection for missions. A cordial invitation is extended to all . Jto attend these services. . FIRST rRESDVTERIAN, "Vreaching services tomorrow by Rev. I. II. Morey. Her rices at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. The topic in the morning, '"The rattern and the Weaver." Evening aubj-ct, "The Great Question." Y. f 8. C. E. Tuesday evening at 7:45. H'rayer meeting Thursday evening at T7:30. A cordial invitation is extended to all tlbe services of this church. Messrs. Uno Sodergren, Carl Alia, C. J. and Oscar Sorsen are at Lac la Belle, where they will remain fishing for a week. John C. Markle and Miss Essie Barnes were yesterday united in marriage. They will make their home in this citv. Mr. William Hume, of Marquette, is visiting for a few days with his sister, Mrs. Sam Martin, of Laurium. Attorney Tatrick O'Brien, of West Su perlor, Is in the city visiting relatives and old friends. Make your appointments by telephone at Dr. Blankner's for kinds of denta work. Raxor, razor strops, pocket kniyes at bed rock prices at Carlton Hardware Co. Dr. MeRae, of the Central, was in the city yesterday on professional business. Daughters of llebekah. At a regnlar meeting of Elizabeth Clodge. No. 15, D.of It., the following oO crs were Installed for the ensuing term: Nfele Grand Mrs. McDougall. ViceOrand-Chriitlna MoLeod. ' '.Soeordlnx Secretary -Mary Jameg. csttiiaclal Joseph Phillips. "Tasurer Mrs. Govett. . nVarflen Mri. Klchards, Oood actor-Marie Fezzey. B. and L. B. to N. O. Emma Tobln and Kate .TlcLeod. d. aod L. 8. to V. ;o. Emma Olllett and .Hiss Dodge. . . wOaUida Guardian Emma Wllllami. xXaald " MlaaOook. Jnaplaln Mary Jars una. mocks. Last Night Closing. Arnold :M 15J4 Atlantic....................... Aahbed ..... 3 Boston 3c, Montana..... 205 Butte Sc. Boston .. 23 Baltic MMM.... 18) Calumet and Hecla.. 650 Centennial 13 Franklin... ......... 14 Hnmbolt Osceola. Qnincy..... . 112 Old Dominion 23 Tamarack....... .... 154 ' Tecnmseh Wolverine 23 Arcadian A.............. 20 isle Royal This Morning 15 207X 24 18 550 14 5 m 23 153 23 poooo oooooooooooo oooooooo Quantity ,. Quality, Price. are with you in all of these: Haying Tools, Hay Rope, Hay Wire, Oil Stoves, 1? f i S .11 TT S TT ttr 1 q oasoiine oiovas ana an ivmus oi noi earner Ooods, are now receiving special attention. Come to us for what you want. We are pre pared to meet your views and do business with you. t I Carlton Hdw. Co. $ KTo. 400, Piftli Street SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'S SUITS At The Boston Clothing: House. Some Are $7.00 Suits For. Some Are f 8 00 Suits For. Some Are S8.50 Suits For. Some Are f 9.50 Suits For. They are etiictly up to dale in light, dark and medium colors, sizes from 34 to 42. Remember this great suit sale. All other goods at remarkably low prices. THE BOSTON CLOTHING HOUSE. H W1 Don't Get Excited I Oyer this Cuban matter. Keep your attention op your business. '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. FUXKHAl, IMIIELTOKH. HI VUItT OLHOX-Funeral dlectorr and practical embalmer. Established la 1875. Boott street, KedJacket Night Calls by telephone or otbcrwU3 nromntly attended to. WILLIAM N. HIIKKD-Embalmer and funeral director, Ilocla street, Laurium Thirtv-Bix years expcrlenco. iaOXl'JIKXTH. J. A. HKVIKll Dealer in sranlte and marble monuments and headstones : material and workmanship Ruarantoed. Office at the Calumet Hotel Anderson & McLean, 1'iioritiKToim of ITER! FEED AND SALE STABLE. PINK HTltKET. KEI JACKET, Rigs at all hours and for all oocasloni. Fin est turnouts In town. Hacks for parties a specialty and at right prioes. Night and day calls attended to. Telephone connections. JOSEPH CHAEOT Has Opened a LUMPING And STEAU FITnNQSHOP on Oak street In the Walls building Where he Is prepared to do all kinds of steam ntttaft, plumbing, tin work and the like, Batisiaouon guaranteed. A Share of th Fublio Fatronaee Solicited HERMAN'S STUDIO, Ao ftQ firth Htreet. The Best EpippeiTliotaejli Gallery In the Upper Peninsula. All work finished first-class and guaranteed not to fade CHARLES OJALA Has a FINE STOCK OF FOOTWEAR At lleaeonable 1'rlce. 447 Flue street lied Jaeket, Slleli. Business Men D. S. S. & A. R'y "is REDUCED RATES . TO EASTERN1 POINTS. The D., H. 8, & A. Railway has now In effect to the undermentioned Eastern Points yia Sault 8te Marie, the following yerr low fares: TO 1st Class 2nd Class Toronto. Ont...............f 14.00 uunaio. ri. y 14.00 Syracuse, N. Y.......,... 14.00 OtUwa, Ont.... ............ 14.00 Montreal. One.............. 14.00 Qnebec, Que.................. 17.00 Albany, N. Y 14.00 New York Citj... 14.00 Boston, Mass.... 10.00 Portland. Me................ 16.00 Halifax, N. 8.... , 27.50 18.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 16.00 18.00 18.00 14.00 15.00 22.50 The abore rates will annlr tn all in. mediate DOints. IfTonnava In Dlation a trio to ths east now U tfitim to take adrantase of this redaction In rmiwm. ror raixner inronnation eleaat aoplj to statlonand ticket teatJ. Realize the adrantase of ::::::: Good Insurance and always want the . best. James T. Healey. Local Solicitor. THE . DOUGLASS . AGENCY. Lofts odd in Bollmann's 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 has ers to make their selections at once W. FAUCETT'S ' Luuruct OfFioe. Boro Block - UiinEirest 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- Kanaies, nqnes weits, Bilk and Wool Mixtures Crash suitings, Striped f:renadines. Reduced rom 25, 80. 35, 40 and 50 cents. Sale price..... Austria Suitings, Pure Linen, Colorings and designs superb. Uneq naled for bicycle habits, trayeling dreeaes, street costumes. Sale price...., ft 35c Moueaeline de Sole. This season' Kiracnit, most nand some imported fabric. it exceiis ererytblLg in the line bf fabrics, fast colors, washable. Rpc. nlar price 60c. Sale price Dimities, Lawns and Mulls.Lappet stripes Organdies, formerly 20c to 85c, Sale price am 1UV Ik Closing Out Sa,le THIS WEEK Twelve of these etra large and 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 tuffed and fringed. All around regular price, $12. Closing out at $7.00. ) m - mm IP -ml m SIVERT OLSON'S ' JKUKINITHIli: STOIIB. 4X THE SEAS OH OF SALADS Is upon us when nature provides cooling and healthful relishes for jour table, and we proyide the purest O iveOil, Condiments, Wine, Tarra gon and the beet Cider Vinegar and Freeheet Eggs for French or Mayon naise Salad Dressings. We make a specialty of Pure 01ie Oil and we haye the beet all ready Mayonnaise dressing manufactured. EDWARD RYAN Havo Romovod To- I HO TT rl tt t 1 On Tho Occoola Road. ....Near Tho Nowtovvn School Houco