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THE CALUMET NEWS.
WEDNSDAY, JUNE 22, 1910. I CCS Read's Headache and Neuralgia Powders A speedy and certain cure for nervous and sick headaches. Kspecially recom mended for headache caused from powder smoke. 25 Cents a Box, at VASTBINDER & READ'S PHARMACY 10 years 5 1 :t . . o ;i years S y-:ir.t tl VC.il S I jo::.. JO 71. 'U yt.irs UlSOl ycai a years f .1 v.o or. 1 y' i r Two Dollars a Week Deposited with the First National Bank of Laurium at 3 per cent, interest (compounded semi-annually) wil amount to $1,233.70 at the end of ten years. ONE DOLLAR WILL START AN ACCOUNT. First National Bank of Laurium A BANK FOR ALL PEOPLE 111 BOARDING . FREE HERE rTt BOARDING FREE HERE Yes-boarding ami other kind of outdoor and Indoor lumber free from knots, warping ami other defects duo to poor tim Im t, b.ol attempts at "season Ins" ami careless handling. When we quote you on first quality, no "seconds" slip In the the wapon load. We would like to . estimate on your lumber p'Ql ifu ations, big or little. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK BUTCHERS MKT AND SET DATE TOR ANNUAL PICNIC Calumet Association vWill Hold Its Outiog at C. & H. Park on August 3. SMALL FRUIT CROP WILL BREAK FORMER RECORDS COMMITTEES ARE APPOINTED The members of the Calumet Butch ers' association held one of the most successful and well-attended meetings last evening since the association was organized. The object of the meeting was to make, arrangements for the butchers annual picnic. It was decid ed to hold the picnic on Wednesday, August 3, at the O. & II. park. Com mittees were named to secure bauds, make arrangements for sports, re freshments, etc., In vonneetlon with the u If air. Another meeting' of the association Is called, for next Tuesday evening to be held In the Croatian meat market. when all committee will bring In re ports and the tlnal arrangements for the picnic made. W. II. Williams, president of the Putchcrs' association, presided last 'eiiing and Joe Trudell acted as retary. The meeting Is said to have been a most harmonious one. A com munication was rcvelved from the Lake Linden butchers to the effect that they would come to Calumet In a body to Join the local butchers and help celebrate. The butchers decided to meet in Iuurium on the morning of Wednes day, August 3, and will be Joined there by the Iyike Linden butchers. The streets of Iaurlum and Red Jacket will be paraded previous to going to the park, where the exercises of the day will be held. All of the butchers will wear frock coats and white canvas caps to match. Canns will be carried. A i rognun of athletic sports, tug- of-war between the Calumet and Lake Linden butchers, and other features will help make the day a pleasant one. The butchers will serve dinner and supper ut the park. Throughout the afternoon and evening dancing w ill be indulged In. The picnic promises to equal, if not eclipse, any previous af fair the butchers have held In Calu met. IMPROVEMENTS AT MESSNER'S. BUY YOUR - - AT - - SUMMER PRICES dward Ulseth Extensive alterations and Improve ments are being made on the building owned and occupied by Martin Mess ner on north Fifth street. A fine new plate glass front Is being Installed In the building, and a new floor Is to be laid. One of the large pieces of plate glas Intended for the front was acci dentally broken In transit, and a delay will be experienced in securing anoth er. The Messner building Is one of the oldest in the village of Hed Jacket, it having been standing more than forty years. When the Improvements to be made are completed, however, the structure will bo up-to-date. RED JACKETS WANT CAME. 2 Established 1873. 0 Merchants and Miners Bank CALUMET, MICH. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 200,000.00 Officers CII AKLKS WliruiS, President. IT.TLn PKI'PF.. Vice President. W. H. AN'PKUKON', V. P. nnd Mgr. HTLTLLN I'AULL, Cashier. J. D. JAMKS, Aas't Cashier. WE PAY INTEREST ON TIME DEPOSITS. SMALL DEPOSITS ACCEPTED. BIS J State Savings Bank Laurium Michigan. ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1897 Capital Surplus Fund $75,000.00 $100,000.00 OFFICERS JOHNSON VIVIAN JAMES T. FISHER President Cashier WM. H. THIELMAN EDWARD P. BAST. Vice-President Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Johnson Vivian Wm. H. Thielman F. S. Carlton Jas. A. Torrcano Jas. T. Fisher Manager Will, Pascoe of the Red Jacket baseball team is very anxious to secure games with any of the base ball teams of the copper country. Mr. Pascoe recently challenged several of the teams by mall but so far he has received no acceptances. He Is par ticularly anxious to pit his men against the recently organized Ripley team. Arrangements are being made for a game to be played on Sunday between the Red Jacket team nnd the Hubbell team at the Laurium driving park next Sunday afternoon. A good contest Is expected. NOTICE. Regular review of Tent No. 218 K. O; T, M. M., Thursday night. June 24th. Representative to Great Tent will make his report. All members are urged to nttend as matters of Interest regard ing the change in the laws shall be ex plained. 103 Grower of small fruit In the copper country predict that a record breaking crop will be harvested this year. The season so far has been a remarkable one. the fruit bing little Injured by the frosts of the early spring, and much benefited by the warm weather t the present month. Small fruit un der cultivation has made excellent progress during the past few weeks, and the same holds true of the wild fruit, raspberries, strawberries, etc. Strawberries will probably ripen much earlier this year than In other seasons and growers assert that In less than a month they will be ready for the market. Nehmer Prothers of Ontonagon, who recently sold their en tire crop to R R. Godfrey & Co. of Calumet, J. Paton and Frank Prothers of Iike Linden, and Joseph Jeffery of Calumet, who are the largest straw berry growers In this section look for larger crops than usual. It Is also thought that the crop of cherries, currants, gooseberries, crab apples and other early fruit will be large. Although this fruit Is not grown extensively for the market In the cop per country, owners of private orch ards and gardens are well pleased with the outlook. The season has been a good one for wild strawberries, which will probably ripen ubotit the middle of next month. Raspberries, however, are said to need more moisture, and although the Indi cations are promising at present, It Is feared the fruit will not be as good ns usual, unless there is more rain. LOCAL BREVITIES. !rs. M. J. o'p'irn nnd chill en wcrt to Ishpemlng yesterday for a visit. Fred Martin and son have left for Minneapolis, to be gono all sum mer. ,5 1 ftt' Mrs. G. A. Olson Is home from Min nealolis, where she has been spending some time. Miss Judith Potvidson has returned from Ypsilantl, where she has been at tending the slate normal. Richard P. Vincent, manager of the People's Fuel company, arrived home yesterday from a short eastern trip. I -of. Thomaj Wills and 1 C. PLh aids aaie lone. fim Mlcal-cani ne. where they gave a stereoptlcon enter t :i nunt. 'ir.ss Catherine Douglass ii home from LAnse, where she Jiai bcn 'aching eho.d. j r.d will' pr"J the suMiiT er in Culi'v.ei. Wyliiam R. Rowe and. James II. Paull have written friends to the ef fect that they, will leave Cornwall, Knn'., 'shortly, for Calumet. Joseph PohcH nnd son, of Lalo Lin den, have returm-d from Ashland, Wis., where Mr. Posch went for the purpose of purchasing a magnificent pleasure launch. -i.-.hyr Mr. and Airs. George Antloho nnd son have returned from Greece, where they have spent a year. Mr. Antloho Is the. proprietor of several candy stores In Red Jacket and Laurium. Thomas LaForest, who Is studying at DePere, Wis., for the priesthood, arrived home yesterday. He was ac companied by his brother, Rev. Fr. La Forest of Fsoanaba. Miss Mary Shea has returned from Monroe, this state, where she was re cently graduated from St. Mary's academy. She was nccompanled home by her sister, Mrs. Kate Ryan. John Vogel, John MacLaughlin, and Joe SehnaufTcr have left for Alpena, where they will attend the state con vention of the Fraternal Order of Ea gles as delegates from the Calumet nerle. The remains of the late James Olds of Tamarack, were Intered yesterday In Lake View cemetery. Gar field Castle, Knights of tho Golden Fagles was represented. Rev. T If. McCune, pastor of the Tamarack M. E. church, officiated. John Lucas of Albion, has practi cally recovered from a recent opcra- than 1 not HAIR V'-Pf STUFFED Price in Art Ticks - - - We show a splendid line of cheap and me dium priced felt mattreses $7 to $13 The S. Olson Estate Furniture PIlOTlC Ul Undertaking RED JACKET WILL SPEND BIG fc SUM ON THE FOURTH OF JULY At Least $1,200 Will be Expend' ed on Entertaining Feat ures of Day. AERONAUT MAY BE ENGAGED Red Jacket will expend at least $1, 200 In Its Fourth of July celebration. Last night's meeting of the several committees and others was well at tended and considerable business per taining to the Fourth was dl.cussed. Practically all of the appropriations for tho several features of the day were made. President Frank IL Sehu maker presided and Nick F. Kaiser acted as secretary. It was decided to expend the following amounts; Music $400; hammer and drill contests, $200, of which the first prize, will be $100 und the second, $63; fireworks, $173; decorations nnd electric light, $100; boys' sports, $2fi; printing, $00; car riages for the parade, $C0; incidentals, $100. Communications were received and read from three balloonist, offering to give ascensions here. These were laid over until another meeting of the several committees which will be held tomorrow evening In the Red Jacket townhall, It Is likely that following this meeting a telegram will be sent one of the neronautj asking for terms. Trof. Thomas Wills also offered to give an outdoor stereoptlcon entertain ment during tho time the fireworks' display Is on. This also was laid on the table until tomorrow night's meet ing. A letter was received from James McNaughton. regretting his inability to act a chairman of the day, stating that he would not be In Calumet dur ing the Fourth. John D. Cuddihy was again honored iby being re-named chairman of the day. Attorney Eu gene. A. MacNally wrote accepting the offer of being speaker of the day. The other ol'lcers have not replied to the invitations ns yet. and the secretary was instructed to get replies from them as soon as possible. The matter Is being taken up today. The soliciting committees reported a total collection of $92.". A donation will likely be made by the Red Jacket village council, following the precedent of other year's. The committee ap pointed at the last meeting to circu late a petition among the subscribers to the convention and Fourth of July funds for last year, reported that a total of fS businessmen and others had signed the petition. In favor of turning over the convention money to the Fourth of July committee. A meeting of tho conventions' executive committee will be held soon when the petition will be presented and action taken. tlon, which he had performed at the C. & II. hospital. John Seccombe, John Nicholls nnd Mrs. M. J. Hall of Copper City, will leave next Sunday for New York, en route to Cornwall, Eng., where they will visit all summer. They will sail on the steamship Adriatic. They were booked by John T. Rowe. Mrs. A. J. Warn of Uutte, Mont., ar rived In Calumet yesterday, and will spend some time here visiting her par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Trezona. Miss Janle Williams of Calumet will leave tomorrow for Putte where she will spend the summer with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walters. Rev. Fr. Poulin, of Menominee, ar rived In Calumet yesterday. Ho will give the special sermon at St. Anne's church In connection with the celebra tion to be held tomorrow. The re-Interment of Lee, the four-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maslin of Pingham, Utah, formerly of Calumet, took place this afternoon at Lake View cemetery. The concert to have been given under the auspices of Prof. August Espel this month has been postponed until fall A.rrivedL The summer is finally here, and with the warm weather come the Moths Don't neglect your Furs this summer it may be an expensive carelessness for you. Put them in our Storage Room the cost of insurance is very small. mm UM crsaFf rhrr lumet -Phone 999-Houghton I. x-ii CALL US UP AND WE WILL DO THE REST " I because of the Illness of some 'of the participants. The funeral of the late Robert Os borne took place this afternoon, with services at the residence, Rev. Mandus P.irrett officiating. Interment was in Lake View. Mrs. Emma Sumeson of Itritish Co lumbia, is visiting at the Palmer resi dence of Laurium. Upon her return west, In about a month, ho expects. to open a millinery establishment. James Sharpe of the C. & II. Is dan gerously 111 at the C. &. II. hospital. His condition was reported a little bet ter this morning, Mr. Sharpe Is an old resident ff tins district, and num bers his friends by the score. The funeral "of Joseph, the little child of Mr. and Mrs. Luder Itvigne of North Tamarack, wax held at St. Aune'.s church of Calumet at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, with In terment at the Lake ieW ceaietcry. The death occurred Monday. CALUMET BOYS' PARTY TONIGHT Tho Calumet Roys' club will kIvo a dancing party this evening at the Electric park. Special street car ar rangement have been made, leaving Red Jacket at 7:30 p. m., and Laur ium at 7:40 for the park. A c. & it. orchestra will furnish music for dancing. SLEEPINO CAR LINK CALl'M KT TO KT. KJNAC'i:. The South Shore have lnaiitftintrj Through Sleeper Trl-Weekly Service between Calumet and St. Ignace. lrav ing Copper Country Mondays, Wcilin.i days and Fridays and In the opposite direction leaving St. Ignace Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. 1'j:i PUTTING UP SGHEEUI0R5 Is dep.d easy if you k t tlicta here. I'a.'.; Io Jit accurately any regular size (lour, of good 'seasoned Wood, that will not shrink or warp. Any fliii.-h. many styles. They keep out the Mies and let in the breeze, thus being a double comfort. Window screens to match of course. Keckoneri Hardware Co. CALUMET Phone 163 MICKIGAN 86th SERIES JULY FIRST Northern Michigan Building and Loan Ass'n Start a savings ac count this series and , watch it grow. Faucett Bros. & Guck Ass't Secretaries Why not have, your Porch and Flower Beds look like this Whoelock Trellis 13 inches wide. only costs, per ft 10c Wheelock Trellis 19 Inches wide, only costs, per ft 12c Whetlock Flower Red Guard 22 inches high, per Tt. .-lU 2c per foot less In 23 ft. quan tities. We have never before shown as desirable line and such value as we now have In lawn goods such as mowers, sprinklers, noz zles, reels, watering pot. il''v er bed guards, lawn swing a'"' hose. Screen Door, from $1.00 to $3.00 complete with hardware. Make your 'porch 'wl .vcranH furniture took like new with True-Tugg Veranda Furniture Paint. Carlton Hardware CompV TELEPHONE 164 PARASOL A new line of Ladies' Parasols, m assorted styles and prices. T ? y y y ? y V ? ? V ? ? Children's Parasols in pinks, blues, white, red, etc., at 25c to $1.25 each. NEW LINE OF ttimnnirH UUIC WAISTS Just received t ? T ? T t Y ? T ? y P. RUPPE&SOIkl FIFTH STREET Red Jacket a J. P. Petermann Jas-JncrsauaMon z I