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THE CALUMET NEWS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 9, 1910. . . . k . If o 6 : 1 . Who, to-day, would think of buying a key winding watch ? Then why buy an old-fashioned dropper-filler fountain pen which is certainly more inconvenient and a greater nuisance than a key winding watch, and fully as antiquated ? CONKLIN'S PEN 'Drinks Ink Like J Camel fills itself by dipping la nearest Ink -well and pressing Crescent-Filler. No bothersome dropper no fussy prep arationno mussy fingers no cussy atmosphere. Can't leak or Bweat. Writes as easily as filled. The most Im proved and up-to-date fountain pea made. Sold by VASTBINDER & READ. PHARMACISTS Statement of Condition At Clos of Business September 1st. 1910. Condensed From Statement to Comp troller of the Currency. Statement Showing Increase In Resources Since Opening for Busi ness April 15, 1J07. APRIL 15. 1907 185.421.35 OCT. 15. 1901 $215,404.02 APRIL 15. IPOS $292,811.86 OCT. 15, 19()8 $353,291.25 APRIL 15, 190'j $429390.93 APRIL 15, 1910 $486,147.59 SEPT. 1 1910 $502,630.22 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAURIUM RESOURCES. Loans uiul discount f2ri3.C21.CJ I ni;.il State ainl other , I'.'ii.ls 101.000.00 Premium i.n V. i. hond... 3,2U'J.73 Real es tate and lixture. . . . 73,091. C2 0en1raftj (secured and un- KMiire.i) 2.C91.33 1 n f - fr-mi IT. S. treasurer .. 3,000,00 Vh on hand and in hanks. CI, 923.70 PAVEMENTS IN GOOD CONDITION STREETS ARE INSPECTED 3Y ENGINEER CLAUSEN ONLY FEW PLACES NEED REPAIRS. i i . LIABILITIES. Ca.-itnl . . SitjiIim and pri(lt i'ireulati n DejHsiU f302,G30.22 .f 100.000.00 . 33.S37.44 . 100.0i0.00 . 26C.792.78 f3i2.C30.22 Flnn'i iMsil ntilthe very UUII l H CU! LAST MINUTE ! ! ! ORDEB 121 ynIQ j ou "' surely needsome this month. IUUfl fj Remember the' days will soon he B chi,,y- a EDW. ULSETH PHONE 7-2B nnai 37 YliAkS IN UUSINIISS Merchants & Miners Bank CALUAU-r. MICH. Capital - $15O,0O0.CO Surplus and Undivided Profits. $2 1 0,000.00 Stockholders' Liability - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits A, SMALL SUM DEPOSITED each MONTH will soon PRO VIDE a FUND on which y.u can DRAW during SICKNESS or when OUT of WORK. AN ACCOUNT MAY Bl; OPENED WITH ONfc DOLLAR The members of the Red Jacket village council, accompanied by VII lage engineer Clausen and Street Coniniisjloner MarinaJuke Jacka, went on u tour of Inspection . f the village yesterday afternoon for the Miriosc of looking over the different pavements, sidewalks, etc. The brick pavement on Fifth. Pine and cross-section from Fifth to Sixth n Klin and Oak streets, were built live years ago by Contractor P. Mc Donnell, of Duluth, the guarantee con. trait expiring- this year. The gran- Moid and creosoted wood pavements were laid just one year later and trieso contracts for guaranty will not expire until next year. However, the council decided to loon then all over. Including the sidewalks, so thai the expert advice of Knglneer Clausen might be. obtained. . Mr. Clausen will likely prepare a reixjrt for presentation at the next regular meeting of the board. He told The News this morning that he found the pavements and sidewalks In good condition, with exception of certain Truces where considerable wear wa noticed. On the whole, however, tho streets and sidewalks are considered in very favorable condition. Mr. Clausen stated that the con' tractors could not be held responsible for the sagging that had taken place on some of the Bldewalks. This wa due to the boggy nature of tho ground underneath the walks. The village council also realizes that the sag ging of the sidewalks is not the fault of the contractors. S 5 itiffnnn vnrtiffinirir.fi It A n 0 n r. B m mm i' .41 u We have a stock on hand and 5 are prepared to furnish in any quantity from a bale to a 1 J carload. 2 j- i t Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. f HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK f CRICKET GAMES TOMORROW. C. H. Will Play Tamarack aid Mo hawk Will Meet Painesdafe, Two cricket games aro to bo played tomorrow between the Tamarack and C. & H. teams and the Mohawk and raircsdale eb-vens. Uoth are r-ntd-poned games. Tlie C. & If. -Tamarack game will be played on the Tam.itu:k lit h. while iMolumvk will go to the ' -lit hern end of the conn: v to neet Painesdalc. Mohawk is lending the league in the p.-r. intake columns, w ith Pal'vs 1ale n close sectMid. This game should :e one of the best yet played in tho league tills season, and is sure to be witnessed by a large crowd South r.an?p followers of the game. The Ts'marack gnme, too, Is excltln.r con si bralde Interest loyally and while tho issue will have no .bearing on te championship, rivalry Is keen cnon&h to warrant a large attendance of rl inii -t enthusiasts. Tamarack has acquired the services of Caihis, ncknowb'dged to be one of l be bt st baiters In the county. Calais has been aveiaglnr: 40 runs per game and his work with the bat ha a been the subject of much favorable comment. Tamarack will have to compete to morrow against the 'bowling of Leo nard Cad well and ", Venning, two of the .best bowlers In the league, and Jt is believed, that scoring will be low on that n-'-oiint. The Tamarack towi Ts are also good on the "firing line. DEATHS OF CHILDREN. LOCAL BRIEFS PERSONALS 8 Peter Itlgard lws gone to Arizona, ti locate. Fred Williana has gone to Duluth to spend a couple ot weeks. Miss Kllzubeth Wilcox has gone to Jackson, Mich., to visit. Miss Charlotte l'algo has gone to Duluth. where he will visit friends. I. J. Tenhallegon left this after noon for Chicago,' and .will later go cast. Hoy Anilrews baa rcturnsd from Crystal Falls, where ho has been play ing: balL Mrs. Jgmcs V. Gaul left yesterday afternoon for Tacomah, Wash., to visit with her daughter. Miss Winnlfred Iteen of LAnse Is vis iting nt the home of Mr. arid Mrs. John Ueen at Tamarack. Miss SIncock has gone to Traverse City, Mich., where she will rpend some time, with relatives and friends. Nate Iloffenbtrg Is home from Chi cago ami Milwaukee, where he has been for tho past ten days on busin ess. Mrs. Abe-'H. Martens Is expected back today from Cleveland. O.. where the has been spending tho past three months LOW RATES ARE OFFERED. Reduced Fares for Michigan Expos! tiont.. Fall Excursions Soon The South Shore railroad is offer ing special reduced rates to local peo pie anticipating attending tho West .Michigan State Fair to be held at Grand Rapids this month, and also to the Michigan State Fair which is to be held In Detroit. Tickets will be on sale nt the local depot for tho fair at Grand Rapids on .September 11 to 15 inclusive, and good for return -until September 17. For the Michigan State Fair to held at Detroit, tickets will bo on sale from September 18 to 22, good re turning to September 2G. The annual fall excursions to De troit via the D. & C. boats, will leave here September 14, 1C, 18 and 21.. The usual low rates and -three- weeks' time will be In effect. It Is exneci that many local people will avail themselves of the opportunity to visit Detroit and other lake .cities. Taul D. Spchar. of the I. Rlumcn tluU store, Kit this afternoon for Cleveland, O.. to attend a Slovenian convention. John Mat Donald has returned from Duluth, and has accepted a position as night operator nt the Calumet wireless station. Itev. W. .M. Ward will preach at the Calumet M. F.. chuich Sunday morn ing, and In the evening Rev. 1L L. Hew son of l'ainiMdale will occupy -the Puiit. The numbers of Calumet Clilpter and Order of the Kastern Star had planned a dancing party for next Tuesday evening, but owing to tho Keweenaw Central railroad closing Crest view before that date, the event has been Indefinitely postponed. The funeral of tho lato Lawrence Ne lson, of oak street, will take place tomorrow at 2 o'clock from tho res idence'. Re vs. D. D. Stalker, pastor of tho Presbyterian church, and A. Romsdahl. pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church, will officiate. In terment will be in Lake View cemetery. FOR TALK IT IS ADVISABLE TO PLACE EUR ORDERS OR REPAIR WORK EARLY So that we can devote more time to the work and have them finished whenyou want them. Take advantage of our Early Season. Prices , ,'Calumet-Phone 999-Houghton LAWN i SOCIAL PLANNED. Arrangements have .been made for a lawn socl.vMo be pondiKred by the Kp worth League of the Tamarack I Ml R church on ihe lawn of the church to morrow evening, commencing at S o'clock. IT the weather Is unfavorable, the entertainment will 'bo held in the church. be cream, cake and other refreshment will be pervert and the entertainment will prove a pleasant one. i ,m The deaths occurred yesterday of tho one and one-half year old child if Mr. and Mrs. Thomas rtuzolieh, and the one year old child of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mlhelchlch. The latter child died at tho family residence on Sixth street, at noon yesterday, while the r.uzollch child died at Centennial last night . Roth funerals will be held at the same time tomorrow afternoon, .3 o'clock, with services nt St. John's Croatian church, and Interment In Lake View cemetery. LKT ITS WORK FOR YOU Let us advise -you about your F1RK INSURANCK We tell the truth We know the business Wo are absolutely Independent LKT US UK YOtIR AGKNT Let us tell you which are the best companies ;the companies that give you the most for yeur money. We do business with men who want 'their insurance right and we Baye them money. . " " FA 1'CKTT-RROS. &. OUCK, 18 Years In the Insurance I In si ness 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. Thielman F. S. Carlton. Jas. A. Torreano, Jas. T. Fisher J. P. Petermann Jas. MacNaughton " Price in Art Ticks We show a splendid line of cheap and me dium priced felt mattrcses $7 to $13 The S. Olson Estate Furniture PIlOTIC UI Undertaking Buy- Your Stow NOW!! We have just received 3 carloads of the famous El STOVES AND PE1KI RANGES WHICH ARE NOW ON EXHIBITION AT OUR STORE' If you need a stove of any kind this Fall or W inter it will be very much to your advantage to see our line before purchasing v- ilrTn STREET - - CALUMfcT. MICH. & - 3 jj Winchester, U.M.C. and Savage Ammiinition Eclipse Near-Smokeless and Clipper Smokeless Loaded Shells are now in transit. A few free samples of these new hard shooting shells will be given to each purchaser of loaded shells as long as they last to prove their superior shooting qualities. . . -. ;- CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY CALUMET, MICH. 400 FIFTH ST. DRE I V I I SS GOODS y ? ? X Nevy line of Tricots, Poplins, Serges, and Diagonals, plain and fancy in assorted shades. 27 inch widths ' nt an tn eiOR' n'nr vnrd X l ' 7. v-i-tMU i v : Henrietta Rayures in stripes and assorted shades. Just the thing y V ? ? y for school dresses, at 1 (n ner vard Y .a.vrv ft y y y J A 1 S"