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SATURDAY, OCTOUEK 1C, 130).
I 1 THE CALUMET NEWS. :.it 1 THE C ALU .MKT NKWS. Daily Excapt Sunday. PutliUicii By Tk MINING GAZETTE COMPANY AT CAltMtr. MICHIGAN. dollars to wormy apples that not oik j farmer in thirty pays u pcrconai tax . M W. YOLNCS Editor W. M. IYON. Bitiincts Mjnaci TELEPHONES. Calumet. Buslneia Of flea :....:oa Editorial ltooma HANCOCK OFFICE. Elks' Temple. Fbona -31 HOUGHTON OFFICE. Paene Post Ofics Block. IS' In I: Ik ml, hiss on ihc occrsi, n '. tin- dedication of Mt. Pleasant I scho. I re.tiitly. Pns. An m'l said f.w words directly t the lv: "A 1 y Is ""t much ..td uii't s V. il.wl' is maniin-ss; learns !. : is trained ii courtesy; forum h-...i:-of tidtns an.l t I-anliness-. s. s llu- virtu.- of veracity. I.i.'f d. stroy the i nth-e foundation of tli.- by s ta m r, th. r -f ro. untruthfulm ss nc.isl t,.- shunned .in. I the lrtue of lar'ty ctiitivaitd steadily nnd I- rsist. nt'y." l'ns, Aug' tl has had U'l.l-r l.is : tro! no ! - tl.au -'i. s. an i : .:s observation is th.it tli.- i:.ir is nt'-rly ii.-. less a a (.tu.'.ciit and In i wry i t'-' i avtiuie i.f life THIS IS MY 3STH DIRTHDAY. j K'.w.rd IV i.a Dan.nd. the new .In n.tor of the n.sto. Mate ccna. was h rn in H-ano, Muivan. tVt-bef ;s. l71. j.I a:t. r ,;-.,:a,.t.ng r- m in coll.;-. Uv!V..- .wi.im A.al It i- a i r l,r pen mm;I , U f Jt jUWlFl -o r who .he not posse .ever ,11 J QUCotiOll HVi, tt.oaxan.l .1.. liars w.-i tit of (ax.il. ! Jht- V' D ift I M.aal prop, rty oxer :'iid al.-.va hi.- tx- UO L lH?'V CALUFilET ' BaWng Peyrfer ,';r, 0 l--i !; fl. f-'t.U;: u' , ! rt-ul is I. s e:e:ary :. n.-i iy r r 1 a hU'-i ..:: - r. t'-.u .-u:. . t. THIS DATE IN HISTORY. TERMS OF SUOSoKIPTIONj By Mail or Carrier. Per year (In advance) 15. 03 Per jrear (not In advanoa) 6.03 Per month CO Pintle Issue 05 HALLOiVL'tS. l:i t-vo we fro; e te Ii.-nevl '. an f.-r oiv u a--U- r. v.' : !' ! .n t!i. a . rt err v fa i ,i.i.:t l: . A I- WANTS OSBORN. 'I'll. it th.- in- i-i.M .1. i I'.-r ' I iii js ii. .t eo. .1 t-. l!i ' " I', r : j i!i.-'il.i is .!, M ..n-tr.i;- ! l.y !! 1 i - j inn j;!-. anl I'l.-ii! the S.-.r..!l.ie .'-vJ.r- tis.-r of .i.-t Week: h.l. it u ill l.e a . r 1- f": e t! -1. 1 t;..n is h- hi ..! u h.i !; tl .- ; ,, ill .-. h et a t -v !:!: in ;.- M.-t". rumlxr ' I" a".'. -, it. t .e a r a i.. - iitai..'1'i'-. ! ih. ;r e.ii.-;.!.i- y. T.V ",j' ComHamta of Meg alarity In d.-M- "' e..tmi.h rat,.-) t..- ,-"is .. - - rj lll receive prompt uaJ thorough I l1"1 ' ,r- ;i!" 1 '"' ' . ,' ' I;' 1 n ti"l:S. We !.e .-e the I .i e.-:.- Old aubiicrlbers wishing t change . f..r th- r. ii.t-:i. ..ns t- t"' -!sJ . 1 their addresses must furnish old as J h n oe-u.,te t! , I-. m ::t. .-! th. ; i r-a.iry -: well a new addret'det In mcti instance. I iei'..i n : l-y the ii-leet:--n a r. u- r J tral e..n-h-ia'.. ::n,l h::n a ' -n ! New utvscrlptlons may be ordered ,.f f ,r. ,u, r.vs V- i t-. h-" ! by telephone, mall or carrloi, tr In llV ,. v f.i.u n. A d.- , person at th company' office. j x . ,:n-t Ms. !r" . ...ni -t ? i. : - 1 j th-r e.i-i :i !'. uee-- --:" ' tmoiicaiiua ai:a xiiiiiing kj.h.c, ii H. ; M ' c -.Tv. t . : e:.v s h at -i. .'. . -nmvtUM.t V. ' J': i - at u hiv li hides i:h! Ve Jv.i.at and -.o!.l. -;::untal iVn.;!. adopted "r. f.asr. Iv'i-Ln s JaeV.s.vi. v h l"iM!ii Red Mill A irreat Victor Herbert rccorJ all the best selections from "The Red Mill 'played by Victor Herbert and his orchestra. This is Mr. llrrlWs music nlavcd the way he v;,j..ns Jav v.on. Vn heoamo j . , Kdison Amberol - -' c 'l..rU,.r.,.U'l Record No. 21 : a ,i.ti.t t:. a;- !-. .a Jiffer---:'. e -.fity. i p , ,1 r. Atl:.'iii. Jan 13. 1SS7. - Kr. .h rtek w. : n-- "in , -or :n. Ti.-d Jene IV 1SSS. j'v :s -Alexander H. .lepheim a dr. --. .l -i creat denuvrato m iss m-t -.ik- Atlanta. r..dl on St. Alhaim. Vt.. by a i , ..-.v ,f v'onf. derates fr.-m 1'r.nada. ; i '.e.5!-.t von 1-W Sll eeed mi ; iv.r.. o 11. da lll'die ;i? ehano '.1 r oT Cer- ; ... i - j j h r. s-v.i:h -ne -eed.-d t-A r. sMeney of tlu- M 'i'i"" ihar. h. Record No. 2 IS, for the hd'iSOB .Thonqgrapn Get complete list of Or"1er Perord from v.ur ile.il.-r. or writ o toKatiowd 1'hotionrupn t'..ni,.-iy. 7! hak.-! it.o Avi.nu, Oriiiitte. N.J. rr.armfr ' 'iggjaaM Latest Picture of tlio Heir to tlio Throne of Holland t. N nrtb Strtt-t, Calumet, Mica :'d a. i t ' .it i - t -ni i r- e i.) t .-ii ) - ,:.!u!!l- :t 1 !th tl.. I -Jt 1") " " i ....-tat.-, le t .m ha-.v this Kind ( v- ' ! , ni.-r in MI. hi..n. Th. : - is a 1 w h. wiil Tie . t t iy r. 'i.i.f- no nt ..." A r.t .-):. it i -n. A 'a v.;.i. .. - .1. ,.TV. .1 tl..- .-tat.- l!i the ..-t in a !r: - - - "d !. r .-!' ,: ...rt.!it t t i -n- .in 1 in e :- ' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1X0. i at " hi'1 !": ,!' a Xl ' , . . :.tiv- forte to t arry out l.is p-.'.i- j , '- - " - s ....a til.- c. i.f hi. foth to-ii I .., -K Kxit Tii rs and Ihrnt. s. I : j t v-. .til: : r.-l t .- a ei-.n and 1 1 n M husi- ...r Entered at the Tost Of3:e a. Ca'umrt. Michigan, as Second C!as ; ' ' Mail Matter. o -t I - al- b;.. 1'. a I v '- ; t ! U.S. ; ii. .s administr.it.on. A s"iee-s:'ii: ! lUNll, ,s in m. a . hid.ir. ar.-l on,.- vh ' 'Tis fai-1 that J. M. I'-.irri-- will r.-- )..., ) t,e . . . 1 . . : i ' n i i.t of exte.n iii.. try. Here is m.:io th.ri ti.at v ry t ra Is and who would brins t- uoin.in at 1- a.-t ,;'i"--'!. this ,!:ij...! tant "lh-.- a v,i.r!!-v,i,!r x- ,. ri !'('.-. A In. ill w ho lia- ah. ay.- I" , t; ("aj.t. - in 'Hi-Is. n is 1 1 ir in a i-i-i.ir ' ;, :ri.nd .!' the e-.. union p. ople and "i... trij v.ith l.ears t dia-.v h.s hi.-d. i I ! ..f t!. mi in tin- tin.- sen.- ,,; the w.rd. f. h. no-. Tii- 1..-.U.- i-.'ii.l make s!."ft , TJiis I. m is ('has-- S. .-:hoin of S.. lit w..rk of any rival ..v-)...,-, er.e.-an- ist". Mni- . Iiiinin th.- : nt s na-t-i'd. it, tii! e,,nt st Mr. Oshorn was out of tl .- ei.iiMtry and to -k no part in it. and K a to.'.n.i-,- t ix f ! ir-.n . r- ,n,l j1" I. as in no way id-ntiti- d iiini-eif ..pp. r, why li"t a ha-h. I t .X f ,.-! with ai y Lo li-.n an, 1 if the people w ill V.h. at, oats. p. a-, pe u h.s, ar-ph -t . . n-.miluit- and ! rt him savn-rnor. ! N'l lll'il" illj.JStie.; one than th" v :, , ,, rrr that .--v.-rv.-n.- w ,t!i'r. 1 aril., r.ie,r, . why i.,.t a j,. r- 1 ( ioiial pr -p. rly tax ;'.r larrn. i s 7 It i- 1 d of. .!:- - V - - - n. I.u-i ' t .--v a :h wild-, y 1 ;. ! , 'y fv - 1 n f.,rt T ' rt's ov- r t)v v.' r- :,r-- a't.-r" itir.S with ,':. h e'-th .' -w 'r,- the p .,len j.-.m t Vn and i-r:i in th- i.ir. Thr-; !' r. --- f -: w p' t -. w irh the ja.-k-..'::',. r;i .h .nt enps carried en th- ha. k of ld.uk .it wdi look as '. ej). t'. h i-l j-i-t met a d..ir tn" t.. fie-, ('an.i'e iha.'. with hats an 1 v . f s. ,r wni- h. ad, and m -st wel.-d of nil. tia ro arc skch t ni heads w ith hadiow ees and Rrinnlnir teeth that would make any shad w spooky i i,...i:-h. IIa!i, we'n coin.s on M'-ridiy tlds ya.". iind n,. -uht tho police will Po r- h1- to protect tho property of the ' ii.'. HOUGHTOi'J COURT WILL ADJOURN. Houghton County September Term of Court to Close Today. '1 he S- : t mbor term of circuit coiti i '. -r Houht-.n county will pndmbly , I this afternoon, wlicii tin' la-1 c iv r , on the d ck. t w ill -have been ,iipo-a-d of. The lat east' Is that !-r -ludit by I. H- rinneati of Calu met avra ins-t Ui-orKO 1. lialdwin for al . -. . Til., t which vn started Satur .lay. and it Is hoped that it will bo .!-- d b.foro the court ntljourns this aft.rnoon. Jad" A. T. S-'tricter will open tho t. toher term of circuit court in 111 i;um cuintv tomorrow. ! td States senator, will airivo In Houghton tomorrow evening and. will H'eiid Wtdncsday in Hit' coj.pt'r coun try. Mr. Towiisond will bo royally en tertained by rcprcscntativo cltizeti3 whllo hero. Mrs. II. J. Stevens and Mrs. C. J. Kettnbeil have icturnod from r.nston, w here they act tunpa tiled Miss Ellen Stevens who Is attending school there. Edw-unl Kane, a well known employe of the Michigan State Telephone Co., hero, will bo married nt 6 o'clock to morrow evening at Dollar Hay to Miss Fannie linker of that place. Thoy will reside in Houghton where the groom Is well known. Miss Myrtle, Mnrcellus of New York is viaiting- with Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Avery of Houghton. A dance will bo given nt Hurontown fire hall by the lido ltoyale band Satur day evening. HOTON BREVITIES. T. A. Stellar nnd Oliver Hrunetn left last evening for the Soo to at tend tli convention of delegates f tho I. O. O. V. of Mich igan, as representatives of 1M1 Mithignn. as representatives of IMl grim lodge of Houghton. 1). J. Dickinson of Cambridge, Mass., is n visitor in Houghton, coming hero to look over local mines nnd familiar ize himself with local mining condi tions, -ii. Representative Charles K. Town pond of Jackson, u candidate for I'nl;- Swearlna. The real truth" Is that In a vast ma jority of cases swearing Is Blmply a vainglorious practice, through which the blasphemer hopes to glvo weight nnd authority to his statements. Of It may Indicate the weakness of ua briulMl passion. Indianapolis Star. Daily Thought. A man Is only happy when he be lieves himself to be 60, In whatever way the proposition Is turned, and no man believes hJmself bo happy but what he might be hapyier. 1 Marion 'i; w.ord I 'lux v v - - -- $ f. nvP in Queen Wilhclminu ami the Utile prin- cess who will one day rule all Holland. ONE DOSE Wlbt RELIEVE INDIGESTION, STOMACH GAS, HEARTBURN, OR HEADACHE Take a Little Diapepsin Now and Your Stomach Will . Feel Fine in Five Minutes There is Not a Ma.i or Woman in Calumet Who Suffers Who Can Afford to Leave Diapcpsin Untried. Every family here ought to keep Homo' Diapcpsin in the house, as any one of you may have an attack of In digestion or Stomach trouble at any time, day or night. This harmless preparation will di gest anything you cat and overcome a distressed, out-of-order ptomaeh live minutes afterwards. If your meals don't tempt you. or what little you do eat seems to fill you. or lays like n lump of lead in uir Ktomach, or if you have heartburn, that Is n sign of Indigestion. Ask your Pharmacist for a C0-cent case of Tape's Diapcpsin nnd take n Utile Just as soon as you can. Tin io will he mi sour risings, n In l. liiii ; of undigested food mixed with to Id, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness heavy feeling in the stomach. N'aus.,., Debilitating- Headaches, Dizziness ,r Intestinal griping. This will all g., and, besides, there will bo no sour f. M left over In the stomach to poison y uir breath with nauseous odors. Pain's Diapcpsin b u certain cure for out-of-order i-toma: lis, bvau:-v it prevents fermentation and takes hold of your food and digests It just tit" same as If your stomach wasn't th."- lit li f In five minutes from all stom ach misery is at any drug store, wait ing for you. These largo J0-cont cases contact more than surllcient to cure ahiio t any chronic case of Dyspepsia, Indi gestion or uny other Stomach IrouM . O . 1. II 1 w s8l This establishment is always on the look out for the best of service to render to its patrons. It has been our constant aim to improve our shops and the class of work turned out until today we are far in advance with modern machinery and methods of Pressing, Dyeing, Dry Cleaning and Repairing of any similar establishment m the State. Just a few months since we installed our modern Carpet Cleaner, and todav thousands of Calumet women are praising it to the top notch as being by far a better cleaner than the old method of beating and much cheaper, in the saving of wear and tear of the Carpets and Rugs. Our latest addition to pur plant is the Celebrated HOFF-MAN CLOTHES PRESSING MACHINE. Read a few of its good qualities, see the illustrations and decide at once' to let us do your work ever after. ;j-t i. Jt : mmmm is-' - ' i . Lv. 1: J- ' - - ! - 1 - THE OLD METHOD OF CLOTHES PRESSING 'III" pi", sing of (lollies P; p. ,,f.,, . (is a :-p..r'.. or press 'I --t D. ov r t'io i;....,ls nl.Iy a htlle hoit.-r than in e,, ,. Tnis Ir oi. tin- Iron Py t-in or i l-'t rhity whil- in use the pi. sinr al.-ne, and e ,n -e,pi. nt ; y if ,.t Al.iliy ell l is )i io P. i n ri.i (,, art, Ii,.r lia-1 any material advantage l.eeti "THE HOFF-MAN" St.-mi Ch.th.-s It iron, but the il ir.it npp!iation of steam to th,. t th th. WHAT "THE HOFF-MAN" MACHINES ARE AND WILL DO. "THE HOFF-MAN" is a combination of steam heat and pressure. Tho strain Is generated In a boiler attached t the machine, it requiring twenty to thirty pounds of steam to sponge the goods. The steam is superheated to a high degree of temperature before helng injected In the garment, which is placed n a press block similar to the ordinary one in use by tailors. The iron Is limn brought to bear upon the garment, and at the samo time the necessary amount of steitm is released 'and forces its way through the garment, sponging and pressing- it at the same time. "THE HOFFMAN" assures a uniform sponging ami pressing of the grirment. l'y it you can sub ject the garment to u steady piessui e'n long as desired, so that lie cloth assume a permanent set. The pn ssure, with the lad steam to soften and sponge the loth, produces this set In an incredibly short time, and tin- result is three times the tuantity of work with one-half tho ffort required with the hand Iron, wl.il the finality of th" work Is superior. Ily "THE HOFF-MAN" dry steam process, the pure, dry Hl"im is applied direct, and whn forced through tin- fabric It leaves It clean and wholesome, witiya finish that looks like new. Steam is also th" greatest facto, In making a garment comfortable nnd easy to shape, and heltn; applied at siM-h IiIlMi temperature, it evaporates almost Immediately, and three minutes after the gar ment is off the machine, it Is ready to wear. N'f danger of burning or scorching the garment by dry s'.eam process, while a higher degree of he.-.t is applied to the game nt than can bo applied with the sud Iron without danger of burning or hi J'lilng the fabric. A garment that pushes through "THE HOFF-MAN" is disinfected, ns no germs or microbes enn exist under a temperature is high us the dry steam injected; nt the tanie time It removes any odor that might be In the goods, takes away the grimy appearance, raises the nap, revives the colors, and Imparts to the garment that freshness desired by all dressers. THE ART OF CLOTHES PRESSING rt ih'i ring it soft and l!cxlhle and easy to stretch and mould Into the d sired shape. The method .f aoeomni Ishlmr this from th i ' i " I TtnNEV METHOD OF CLOTHES PRESSING m nii,m.l i i... . . lowu into the RodH beneath. This Iron 1- ,!,.. , " hy I,fi'n , , ieu. on a st I by applying to I.. r yi 1. then in,;, n K t,, t,H an Iron hot enough to turn the wnter in the sponge cloth Into steam, and drive It ..j ... ,.- i, .-.ii., i ,,n ii," ..'Vi nnd coded during the operation of pressing, is nut ror a simii time in iin proper degree .r bt at for the work In band, nnd to overcome ii. -,,,,,,. V(y roinm..n In pressing. i;ven wild sucn an iron, biik e me com water in mo press ctoin nas to tie converted into steam, it is in ',h- t too long will I, urn op wei.reh Ibi. trarmelit. mprovi- in d tails th-v,. M If 1c aling irons a wet cloth, known ove until imt .. this there ha. ........ . r pr.m- .eceS,ary that the iron be hotter h,n ,, T ' noittr than wouhl he renulrcd to d by means of applying Pressure by levers, hut up to the time of the Invention of "THE HOFF-MAN." tircMslnir .n,.. . ., I II .1 . .....- ---o --.vv a .uiicMllun OT Htl-n,n . .... .... ..-., ....m oi ,ir r.rg'.tteri nncestors. "uvnnce had been made In th" -sing Machine lH oi,.. ,f t l ose radical Heps forward that proves the superiority of tho times In which we live, and Is a factor of tho Twentieth Century Not nl arn.ent Is h-.lh sanitary and renovating, and accomplishes the desired ends without that excessive pressure that has heretofore been thought n.N.ni- ',i.,. L ? M " that w.m .1 m,. i, n.. 1, ....1 r-.tr r-. . . . . . . " ---...w..., ...... ....... uavn llivlin, Jt it.. ... . "j ...... iuu akl UNVllliU TO COME AND SEE THIS WONDERFUL PIECE OF m a T1INERY AT WUkK PurMo enn n,m . luu or the goods. ; nas of fan destrov PHONE FOP OUR SOLICITOR. Calumet Dry Cleaning and DvelSnrk 212 Sixth Street - Burt Barnham, Prop. - Phone R4n ta!.-i ,nn f:rl