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THE CALUMET NEWS. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 1910. t i! i n z 1' Who, toslay, would think of buying a key win Jin s watch ? Then why buy an old-fashioned dropper-filler fountain pen which is certainly more inconvenient and a sweater nuisance than a key winding watch, and fully as antiquated ? -A CONKLIN'S fills itself by dipping ia nearest Ink-well and pressing; Crescent-Filler. No bothersome dropper no fussy prep arationno ruussy findersno cussy atmosphere. Can't leak or sweat. Writes as easily as filled. The most Im proved and up-to-date fountia pea made. Sold by VASTBINDER & READ PHARMACISTS Statement Showing increase i In Resources Since Opening far Busi ness April 15, 1907. APRIL 15, 1907 $85,421.35 OCT. 15. 1C07 $235,404.02 APRIL 15. 190S $292,811.86 OCT. 15. 190S $353,291.25 APRIL 15. 1009 . $429j89p.93 APRIL 15, 1910 $486,147.59 SEPT. 1, 1910 $502,630.22 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAUR1UM Don'tWait YOUR COAL NOW! hillv. 37 YUARS IN Merchants & Miners Bank CALUML-T. JMICM. Capital --- - $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits. $210,000.00 Stockholders Liability - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits A SMALL SUM DEPOSITED each MONTH will soon PRO VIDE a FUND on which you can DRAW during SICKNESS or when OUT of WORK. AN ACCOUNT MAY Ml OPENED WITH ONIi DOLLAR 3 3ofi C20 9 2 m n ft a in m Baeo Wood We have a stock on hand and are prepared to furnish in any quantity from a bale to a carload. ! Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. f f HUBDELL CALUMET HANCOCK 40t)t y0 O 0OO 444it04 sssaoessxsi State Savings Bank Laurium, Michigan ESTABLISHED NOVEMBER 1B97 Capital Surplus Fund OFFICERS JOHNSON VIVIAN JAMES T. FISHER President Cashier WM. H. THIELMAN EDWARD P. BAST Vice President Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS Johnson Vivian Wm. Thielman F. S. Carlton, Jas. A. Torreano, Jas. T. Fisher 'Drinks Ink .Like Camel So PEN Statement of Condition At Close of Business September 1st. 1910. Condensed From Statemont to Comp troller of the Currency. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $ jr..".,CJl.C2 l';;itl States :uul other hon.l. 101,000.00 11 t-iM I ii in on r. s. ii!N... :,:M.u.73 Ken I -vt:itt :i li.l fixture.-: 73.011. t'.:.' n'mi'ts (secured mi l un- srii:r.l! 2,r.91..'5 D.ic Iroi.i it. S. treasurer .. .".,000,00 i';i"h n inn,1, anil In banks. J1,HJ..70 $3cJ, 630.22 .$100,000.00 . 3r,S37.44 . 1 00,000.00 , . 2i;fi.792.T8 LIABILITIES. Capital Surplus ami profits t'iri ulatl Ml Dcj-oslts $:02.C.10.22 i UNTIL THE VERY H LAST MINUTE ! ! ! H Vou will surely need some this month. Remember the days will soon be EDW. ULSETH PHONE 7-2B BUSINESS 94 0 44S4e . 1 u uan r 575,000.00 $100,000.00 Hi n snavings METHODISM 100 YEARS IN SMTE celebration in honor of Anniversary to be meld, in "mother church" at detroit. The one hundredth anniversary of Methodism In the state will he cele brated in Detroit on September 18. At that time there will 'be a Joint meeting of the two conferences of the state which will continue for seven days. These meeting will be held in the Central Methodist church. which is the "mother church' of Michigan. Sundav. sVnte.nhor is Mw. J will Introduce the period of festlvi- tii s, Monday evening there will be a church banquet. With the opening: of the regular annual session of tho 1 ,v . i. .ii, . L.umnur, men win KUliier Wednesday, September 21, at the Ccn- tral church. Detroit, the full and un- 1 ited celebration will begin. It will continue till the close of the confer ence the following Tucsdav or Wednesday. MichiKan Methodism began one hundred years ago with the estah- , Aliment of the first church in thin Jority of almost 1.100 votes In the clec ity. It was a branch of work under. ! ijv, yes'i'inlay.' The vote. stood. Os- taken by the fonference of western New York. It was significant now - that the pastor of the Central church in Detroit. Rev. Frederick D. Leete. 1). D.. has held important ttastomtea 1 In western New York, Including Ro chester. The ccntcnn'al observance will draw here a great number of notable men from beyond the borders of Michi gan. Tills list will Include Itluhou McDowell of Chicago, presiding bish op of the Detroit conference; Jtlshop Cranston of Washington, D. C, pre siding bishop of the Michigan con ference; I'.lshop Warren, who will deliver the concluding sermon of thii celebration on Sunday, September 25. and r.ishop ISerry of Ituffalo, who may be invited to make the principal ad dress at the anniversary banquet. An other guest of importance will be the editor of the New York Christian Ad vocate, Dr. J. M. nuckley. who was pastor of Central church, Detroit, when Its present stately edifice was erected. An Old Turn-About. The brother whom we're running down today may some day come when most we need a friend thla Is such an odd little turn-about wotfd. Flori da Times-Union. Precocity of Great Musicians. Mozart wa not the only example of Iirecoclty among great musicians. In ns much as Handel had, when only nine years old, composed a church service for voices and Instruments, liefore he had attained his llfteenth car he had to his credit three operas. Diamond Will Indent Steel. While the diamond is the hardest substance known It Is also brittle and may be fractured by a blow. Hut If It "9 rlaced between two hard steel faces In a hydraulic press and a slowly ac celerating pressure applied the hard Kttel will become Indented. ELKS The retru- 'W.mvj? of U a I ti met Lod ire No. 404, B. P. O. E., will he held this evening, Sept. 7 at 8 o't4ock. Frank Dislel. Jr.. Sec'y. Geo. Williams. K. R. 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 Pit OTIC Ut Undertaking S00 MAN WINS (Continued from rase 1.) from thirteen of the seventeen pre duels In Mackinac county give Osborn 476, Kwtlvy 27, arid Musselman 53. Rosa received 11 votes for lieutenant gov ernor, Rice 101 ami Dickenson 81 diaries II Townsend was lven 2j2 votes atul J. c. Kurrows 517. II. O. Young receive) 3S4 vote ami A. tV. Kerr 128. The four pre led which have not 'been heard from an1 unnll J Gogebic County. , Ironwixvl ',Mi,.h 7Umn nnn i 'V nave- osborn Ti'2 votes, Kelley 29H, i u'"' '",H'lan 23. Townseml re- 'eel veil 679 .'votes ml Jhirrows t09 The vote for A. W. Kerr-for congress wan 506 and for II. O. Young C',6. "Storey" Monroe l".t the nomination r"r ' cpt eventative In the state lcgls- I ,alure to A lh J':",son "f Hessemcr. Alger County. .,..,.,. , , ., . A. ., . r county -wait one 01 iiit nni- est on record. Harrows received 51 i Osoiu-n. received; f.S votes. Kelley 33 ami MusC'l!iiun.$2. Young was given 7S votes. Delta County. Iu-canaba, .'.Mich., Sept. 7. Delta eounty gave Chase S. Osbom a ma ".,rn 1.G62. Kelley HfiO and Mimselman 372. TvnTii(l received - 1,330 votes ur,i narrows 740. II. O. Young for conxtehsman received l,2:o, and A. W. nn ' Iron County. Crystal Falls. .Miih., Sejit. 7. Par tial returns from Iron county Rive II. O. Young a fine majority over A. W. Kerr. The vote stood. Young 728, Kerr 32. Osborn received 718 vote., Kelley 434 and Mu.'celman f3. Townsend wa.i given 527 and I'.urrows 781. Dickinson County. Iron Mountain, Mich., Sept. 7 Didkinson county cast a light vote at the primary yesterday. Osboin re ceived l.'.'SS, Kelley 3S3 and Musclinan 3t!l. For senator, Harrows reoelveil 1,042 ami TowiiKend it::.". Youn re tched 1,2., 4 nnd Kerr 779. Marquette County. Marquette, iMlich., Sept 7. Cliase S. OMhorn received the largest vote In Marquette i county, 3.Cf.U to 537 for Kelley and 547 for 'Mu.Melinan. Town send received 2,013 nnd llurrows 1.S03. Young: 'received 2.6S0 nnd Kerr 1. 333. These figures nri omnplete ex cejt for five precinct ou of 3S. Houghton County. llouichton county gavejOsbnrn a line majority, ut the 1 jolls yusterday. The total vot:for (AiJiorn .iivan 3.903; fur Kelley G CO;. for (Mussel ma 11 804. Town send received 3.194 votia. to 1,797 for I?urrows..,Kerr received. 3.0C9, while Young wast given, 2.19S Xfles. Kweniw County. .Attorney -J. A. Hamlltm of Ahmeek received th nomination for prosecutor over A. R l'eUTiiuinn in Keweenaw county yesterday by 44i to 350. The following are the votes cast in Ke weci.aw county for other offices: U. S. senator, Townsend, ;459; Harrows, 235; governor, l'born 509; Kelley. C3; and Mussclmnn 122. Baraga County. Tlnraga county gave OsJiorn 314 votes; Kelley 196; and Musselman, 120; for congressman, Kerr received 210 voles and Young 351. Townsend received 318 votes and Durrows 143. Ross received 170 votes for lieutenant governor, Rice 140 nnd Dickenson 67. Chippewa County. Sault Ste. Marie, Sept. 7. Chippewa county gave It favorite son, Chase S. Osborn, a majority of nlmotst 2,200 votes over rival candidates for tho republican nomination for governor. The figures are: flsborn, 2.0S0; Kel ley. 82; and Mu.elman 110; for U. S. senator, Townsend, 980; Hurrows, 631; for congressman, Young 714; Kerr, 711. BIG FIRE LOSS IN LAKE STATES THIS YEAR WILL HOLD THE REC ORD FOR DESTRUCTION OF FORESTRY SAYS U. S. OFFICIALS Washington. Sept 7. Officials of the U. s. Department of Agriculture are of the opinion that 1910 will hold the record among many years for the feverity of the losses from forest fires. The summer fires followed a spring season believed to have been the worst, certainly in the like states, known for u long time. Nor Is It wise to assume that the da riser is over when the fierce conflagrations which have called forth In the Moun tain States the efforts of three Fed eral Departments have been conquer ed.. The forests will not be safe until the fall rains and snow have once more made a wet blanket of the dry forest floor. That the total losses of the year will run up to many millions of dollars is considered certain. How such losses may be prevented Is a matter of general public concern. To the National Forest timber burned must be added great amounts on state and private holdings, besides the im mense damage to ' town, farm, and other property. Railroads have suf fered from the Interruption of trnfTie as well as from direct losses. A bul letin from Forester Henry S. Oravrs discusses forest flres and the proper methods of preventing and flhtlm the mas follows; 'In some sections of the couptr forest fires have always been of such common occurrence that there Is a popular notion that they can not be prevented. The risk from llrcs can never be entirely eliminated, for In the forest there Is always Inflam mable material which Is very easih I mi I ted. There may, however, be largely prevented, and under efficient orKunl.ation their damage may he kept down to a very small amount. The problem is like that In cities, where the risk of hjss to property may be reduced almost to Insignifi cance. The Importance of systematic pro vision for the early discovery of fires and for getting a properly equipped loree of fire fighters quickly to the scene of an outbreak Is Insisted upon by Forester Graves. "A careful sup ervision or patrol during the dry sea son," he says, "Is one of the most Im portant measures in organized forest protection. One of the fundamental principles In fire protection Is to de tect and attack fires In their Inclp iency." After pointing out the value of lookouts, telep?ione or signal com munication and various methods of patrol, the Forester tells how to fight fires, ns follows: 'The principles of fighting forest fires are essentially the same as those recognized In fighting fires In cities. The following arc of first lhportance: (1) Quick arrival at the fire; (2) and adequate force; (3) proper equipment; (4) a thorough organization of tho fighting crew, and (5) skill In attack ing nnd fighting flres. Quick access to fires is accomplished through the work of supervision and patrol in dis covering fires before they have gain ed much headway, and by a well-de veloped system of communication through the forest by roads and trails. THANKS TO VOTERS. I wish to publicly thank the voters of Houghton County for their strong support accorded me at the primaries Moni'ay. If elected to the office to which I have been nominated. I assure them that I will discharge the duties of the office to the best of my ability. Thanking you In advance for your fur ther support at the coming election, I beg to remain. Faithfully yours, W Nicholas F. Kaiser LET ITS WORK FOR YOU Iet us advise you about your FIRK INSURANCE We tell the truth We know the business We are absolutely Independent LET ITS RE YOUR AGENT Let us tell you which are the best companies ;the companies that give you the most for your money. We do business with men who want their Insurance right and we snve them money. FAUCETT PROS. & GUCK, 18 Years In the Insurance Puslness . t ? ? t r- NEW LINE OF LADIES' SWEATERS In both short, loose-fitted nas, cardinals, graya and combinations, at Te j ruuu Lint uf MISSES SWEATERS, In large range of style and Jt INFANTS' SWEATERS In whites, cardinals and white combinations 1 FUR IT IS ADVISABLE TO PLACE FUR ORDERS OR REPAIR WORK EARLY So that we can devote more time to the work and have them finished when you want them. Take advantage of our Early Season Prices ,'Calumet-Phone I : : iin We Don't Propose to Bore You Keckonen Hardware Co. CARD OF THANKS. I wish to thank the voters of Calu- mt Township for their excellent sup port at the I'rlniary election In nom inating me state representative, "n the Republican ticket for the First Dis trict of Houghton County. I also wish to slate that I will stand for the plat form advocated by me prior to the pri maries and that I will do everything possible to support everything good for tho U, P. and the Copper Country. DON'T BE "DECOYED" INTO BUYING SOME CHEAP GUN OR SPORTING GOODS. OR HARDWARE. INSTEAD. COME TO THE STORE THAT IS KNOWN TO CARRY THE BEST. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING OUR GOODS TO THOSE WHO COME IN. WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL. WHAT MORE DO YOU ,WANT? (parlton fj-jjardware f o. Wholesale . . 41 nd Retail. PHONE 164 CALUMET, MICHIOAN 400 FIFTH ST. WEATER . TALK 999-Houghton with a long list of the tools nnd hardware of every d scrlptlon to be had at this fti re. All we say is that 110 matter what you require In those llnea. come hero nnd get it. If It's good. It's here. i If It Isn't here you would hardly be likely to bo sa tin fled with it. should I be elected at the coming elec tion, and I nsk the sup.rt of tin voters in tie crn.I.i:; election. -,;o Anthony, Lu, as. Parties having accounts ng;iinst the Tamarack Miners PIcnKr will send same Immediately to V. II. Harvey, 31 Cth St., Tamarack. 2150 Newg Want Ad brlr.jr result, ,: 1 V f $ and long styles. In white, Ilavfln- j 2.50 to SS.OO O price. I at.....! 85 t0 S1.G5 FIFTH STREET 5 J. P. Pctermann Jas. MacNaughton IT a U UVssf IT T U, C!l W U J Red Jacket '.