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r WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1911.
THE CALUMET NEWS. PAQI THREE I Hancock Department FIREMEN OUT TO TIGHT RAILROAD MINERAL RANGE RESUMES WORK ON SIDING NOTWITHSTAND ING ISSUING OF JUNCTION. The Hancock lire U'lilst i startcl I lowing vigorously ut about half past 7 o'clofk thin morning, miinmonlng tin Are ucpurmicni io luinroait avenue. where a const met ion train liatl .ir rivt'd ami work was being icsumeil om the xlding Started Sunday by the Mineral Hung' upun its right of way. Tli railroad company had ntart'i! vvoik on the switch, iiotwItliHtamlln tin' issuing of an injunction by tin city nerved on f oreman Johnson of the track crew at Culumet last night This Injunction was issued by order of the council In special session laxt night, and a copy of it will be nei v'cd ii.on President Fitch ut Marouctte to day. A resolution was also adnptel by the council notifying the foreman that he Hhoiild not proceed with the work tliis morning. When the, construction train ar rived this morning, ties and mils were thrown olt alongside tin main line, and. u ttu.inittity of gravel dumped about twenty-live feet south of the Michigan street crossing. It wan thought that an attempt was about to be made to extend the track across the streets where- It had been remove! on Sunday, but instead of this It be came oniekly evident that the railroad hail a different Hcheme up lta sleeve. Th! was the construction of a switch, crossing: n-r from the main track to the siding, connecting at a point below Michigan avenue, so that cars could I:,' run across to the improvised siding end effectually block the city's plan for jccurlng a part of the light of way for street purposed. Two of the lire teams responded to the call :ind a line of hose was at tat bed to the hydrant on the south side of tin railroad on Michigan street in readiness for whatever might oc cur. All tile city policemen hastened to the scene and u large crowd spectators gathered In expectation of trouble. The construction train, after discharging- its load of material, back ed out of the way, and Chief Tibor nt oik e stepped among the section men lilld compelled them to stop shoveling the gravel which was to form the road bed of the cross-over switch. Special Meeting Held. The city council held u special meet lug last evening to take action in re turd to the railroad emergency, and two resolutions vc?e adopted as men tioned above, regarding the' Injunction and notlc to the foreman not to re sume work this morning. City Attor ney Law ton requested that he be per mitted to call C. H. llancbette to act with him In case the Injunction pro ceedings should develop Into a suit of large proportions untl Importance. Mr. l.awton and the maor were given au thority to take such action as might be thought advisable. Several other matters were dis posed of by the council. The contract for erecting- the new stack nt the pump house was awarded to I:. Kilertsoti. Murray & Company were given a contract to lay an asphalt Moor In the fire station, square yards, at 1 1.K0 per yard, with a five-year guarantee. The firm which Is to do the work Is the same that Is now working on the Qulncy Htreet pavement. The sale of the gray lire team pur- OBSERVANCE OF flAG DAY Blf THE LODGE OF ELKS CALUMET AND HANCOCK BRETH REN UNITE IN PROGRAM. Appropriate Addicts to be Given Hon. A. W. Kerr, Celumet. by ine annual observance of Flag Day commemorating the date of the Hdop noli of the stai-H and stripes as the national banner of the I'nited State "in lake pi.uv this evening at the lodge rooms of the Hancock lodge of Kilts. The Calumet Rika will unite with their Hancock brethren In the tb st ivance auu J Ion. Angus V. Kerr w ill deliver u patriotic address on the sig nmcance or the occuslon. Secretary i lanit i oiiiion of Hancock lodge has sent out Invitations to the Klks and their ladies to attend the exercises and the Informal hop which will fol ow. The program In full is as fol ows; Selection, Orchestra. Introductory Kxercises, Exalted Ruler ami otllccrs. I'ruyer, Chaplain. Columbia, the C.em of the Ocean CJuartette, Messrs Coombs, (Jraiind Mailt, Hall and Rraddcn. The Flag Itecord. Norman I. Star ett. Altar Service, Ksqulre and OrhVers. Song, "Auld Iang Syne," tittlccm am Members assisted by Quartette. ' Klk's Tribute to the Flag. Alfred York. Selection, Orchestra. Patriotic Address, Angus W. Kerr. Song. 'America," Audience request d to Join. Dancing from ten to twelve. Light refreshments. SHE SUFFERED FIVE YEARS Finally Cured by Lydia 0. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Krie, I'a. " I suffered for live years from female troubles and nt last wai almost helpless. I went to three doc. tors and they did mo no pood, so my sister advised me to try Lydia K. l'lnk ham's Vegetable Compound, and when I had taken only two bottles 1 could see a big change, so 1 took six buttles and 1 am now strong and well again. 1 don't know how to express iny thanks lor tho pood it has dono me tiid 1 Inijie all wifiVring women will (five Lydia 1). l'inkham's Vegetablo Compound a trial. It was worth its height in gold." Mrs. J. V. Ekdmcu, It. 1 I. No. 7. Krle, 1M. Lydia L l'inkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harm Jul drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largpst number of actual cures 'f female diseases we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials re on in tho l'inkham lalioratory ht Lynn, Mass., from women v ho have wit cured from almost every form of female complaints, such as inflamma tion, ulceration, displacements, libroid tumors, Irregularities, riotllc pains; backache, indigestion and nervous prostration. Kvery suffering woman twes it to herself to give Lydia K. I'lnk. ham's Vegetable CinNiiiinl a trial. If jhi want Mterlul advice write Jlrs.l Mnk ham, Lynn, Mass-for It. It is frco and alwiiy helpful. based a couple of years ago was au I homed and bids for new horses to leplace them will be received at the next regular meeting. Several property owners were notl fled to raise their sidewalks, which have sunk In spots, and were given three days In which to make the lm provement. The city Is making u tlmr ough Jol of Its work on Qulncy street this year, and a number of bad sijots In the bldewalks are being repaired, so that water will not accumulate after rains. HANCOCK MAN ON LIST. J E. L. Ekktrom Candidate for Swedish Lutheran Ministry. The candidates making application to the Augustana Synod of the Sed tali Lutheran church, at the Syno-llcal Conference hekl at Dublin, to become ministers, arv us follows: A. F. Andrei of YValtham. .Mass.; C. A. Ilelander.'i (Jeorgetawn, Conn.; II. O. Rongren, of Merry town, Iowa; K. J. Col berg, Alvarado, Minn.; J. R U Kkstron, of Hancock, Allch.; A. O. Mammerbei tf Cumberland, Wis.; O. R. Kaiistroin of Seattle, Wash.;' O. R Llden, of Rel vedere. 111.; J. O. Llndipilst. of Ken ora, Ont., Canada; 11. O. Iorlmer, o Centervllle. Iowa; Daniel Nystrom, of Chicago. III.; J. H. Olson, of Washing ton Depot, Conn.; J. H. Sorenson, f Nlobe. N D.; It. O. Phunberg. of Stanborir. Conn.: P.. O. Valberg. of Itasto. S. D.; J. A. F.ngstrom, of Iron River. Mich.; A. Hultberg. of Wata ga. III., and lister Johnson, of Ray nine, N. J. It was decided to recommend to th avnod that the constitution fog the Augustana Aid society, a fraternal sick benefit and Insurance society be adopted by the synod. The organlza Hon will nt ibe In any way a secret society as the policy of the synod I directly opposed to secret orders. A announced. In The News yester dav. $1. '0,000 wil be raised by assess ment: at the rate of 1 per church member, to bo used ns n pension fund for superannuated ministers. COMMENCEMENT TONIGHT, Final Preparations Made for Cradu ation Exercises. The commencement exercises of the Hancock high schol will, take place this evening at the Kerredge theater Tickets for the event have been eager. ly sought with the result that seats ,vr o.il.-klv dlsnosed of. Hon. Oeo. Rentlev will distribute the diploma to the forty students, and the com mencement address wllll be by Prof Wlllett of the University of Chicago. The exhibit of school work at the high school has attracted a great deal of attention during the past couple of davs and the fact that such work was being done In the school has come ns a surprise to many. The tenchers of the Central prl marv school enjoyed a picnic yester day afternoon after the close of school at the F.lectrlc park, the party leaving on the four o'clock car of lha Houghton county traction company, ( EXCURSION TO ENTRY. !Tho Kllpl tent and fhfll Pyrku hive ht Finnish Modern Maccabees win Itive an exeurfclon on Fundajr next to 4v, ThttA ritv at the Entry. Roth the International and the Uarfla will be used, the former steamer leaving Han cock at nine o'ebt-k and the latter at 9:30. The Qulncy band will ti;ken to furnl-h music ami refresh ment may be obtained, wn board. MONEY FOR COLLEGE. The Finnish Lutheran ynod at Waukegan decided to try to raise $14. 000 for the Hancock Finnish College this year, by subscription. An effort n mad two years ago to raise f 10. Oiio. but the full amount was not real ized and antner attempt will be made obtain the required money for the maintenance of the college and pay ment of outitandlng Indebtedness. DfllEVES MUCH GOOD WILL COME FROM DEIR01TERS TRIP UUAKD OF COMMERCE PRES, TELLS ABOUT EXCURSION. Copper Country Business Men May Pay Detroit Visit Soon. r....u ...it. .uin.il ifuuu win undoubtedly re mit from this excursion to the north ern peninsula," suid President Milton McRae, of the Hoard of Commerce, ti his fellow excursionists at their "ex perience" meeting on the steamer City ef Cleveland last Sunday morning, says the Detroit Free l'ress. "We ure all Michigan people, and there should be no north and nuuth distinctions." That, this spirit is rapidly growing was evidenced by the hearty and en Ihuslastic welcomes given the Detroit- ers by Ibe citizens of Hancock. Hough ton and Marquette. An Invitation was extended the business men of those titles to make a similar excursion to Detroit within the near future, and It Is not unlikely that it will be uccepted ine iny or Cleveland arrived ut ner dock shortly after i o'clock yes terday morning, three hours ahead of her schedule. As fast as they awoke and discovered the fact that they were home once more the Detrolters hurried ashore. Kvery one was glowlniilv en thusiastlc over the success of the trip. Nothing of serious Importance occur red to mar the pleasure of the tour ists. From the time the big D. & C. line steamer left her dot k on Wed ricKUay afternoon until the last good night was said on Sunday the greatest possible Kpirit of gtnd fellowship' pre vailed. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, President Taft's personal representa tive on the trip, declared that he had the time of his life, and though he was often tired, he never once missed any of the entertainments that were given. Cn Thursday morning he acted as ref eree of the athletic events on the freight deck, the tug-of-war between the "wets" and the "dry's" on board amusing him greatly. And he laughed like a boy when It was discovered that both the "wets" and the "dry's" had tied the end of the rope to stanchions on the boat. The farmers In the upper peninsula were Secretary Wilson's chief Inter est. He met and talked with them; discussed their crops and offered suggestions. "There are glorious opportunities up here for scientific farming," said he. GREAT LAKE NAVY. Said Government Will Decrease Re serves' Naval Armament. That the goverumnt Is still con tinuing the decrease of its naval arm ament on the great lakes Is evidenced by a report received by the naval mil itia in Detroit, stating that the gun boat Nashville, now being used by the Chicago naval reserves, Is to be re move from the lakes and a smaller vessel substituted In Its place. The Nashville tva.x the vessel to fire the first shot In the Spanish American war. She Is the largest naval vessel now on the great lakes and carries an armament of eight fl inch guns. She will be detailed for service In the South American waters. She Is able to carry a crew of 171 of ficers and men. She will be replaced by the Du- biniue, which Is of a more modern type, and Is a sister ship to the gunboat Palucah, now In the Atlantic squad ron. Tlio ratlucan Is about liu leei mg and carries a crew of about l.0. She was built In 190. at a cost of about J2.r.0.(M)fl. "At present she lies at the Norfolk navy yards. Commander Casey .Morgan, who up to n short time ago was in charge of the lighthouse service In this dis trict. Is her commander. Her arma ment consists of four 6-pounders, two pounders and two Colt automatic cannons. on the new pipe orguii, the donation of width was one of the last acts of Mr. Johnson's life. Interment was mud In Lakeside cemetery and the remains were escorted by delegations from Mystic lodge, I. o. o. r and Qulncy lodge, F. & A. M... of whit n societies Mr. Johnson wa.-t a member. SCHOOL BOARD MEETS. Arranges For Annual Election. Resolu tions For Late Mr. Wright. At a meeting of the Hancock board of education last evening. iiriant-e- ments were made for the annual elec tion of school trustees on the llrst Monday In July, Henry L. Uaer, Aug ust Melte. am) Andrew Rrain were ap pointed as election commissioners with whom the candidates for nomination must file their petitions before their names can be entered on thu oMUial ballot. 1'resldent Jacob Raer, Thomas Coughlln nd Oeorge Ruppe were ramed as Inspectors of election. Resolutions of respect In honor of the late C. A. Wright, who was a member of the board, were read. ASKED TO INVESTIGATE. 8tate Labor Commissioner Notified of Alleged Infractions. State Labor Commissioner Richard Fletcher has been usked by the Twin City Clerks' union to Investigate al- eged violations of the law said to ex ist In certain local stores, where It Is claimed that girl clerks are obliged to work more than nine hours a day. Mr. Fletcher has written stating that he Will come here at once, and as his lerm expires on July 1, It is presumed he w ill lose no time In making the pro mised investigation. It Is cluimed that In one store the clerks are working ten hours a day. DELEGATES TO CONVENTION. The Hancock Finnish North Star Temperance 'society at a recent meet ing elected Jacob Ahonen and Jacob Mustouen as delegates to represent the society at the annual convention of the Finnish Temperance Rrotherh iod of America, which takes place on Ju ly 24 at Ncgaunee. Matt .Manner of this city, who Is a niennber of the board of trustees of the National as sociation, also will be present at the convention. HANCOCK BRIEFS. 4 h . r 4 A party of Hancock Knights of Iv- thlus went to Chasscll for u visit to the Chassel lodge last evening, the trip being made on a motor boat. Miss A. M. Morrison, general de livery clerk at the p'ostoffice, left yes terday for a visit to Chicago. The Women's Home Missionary so ciety of the Congregational chuivh met this afternoon at the "dome of Mrs. W. H. Harris on Hancock street. Frank Qulnn, manager of the Han cock home-coming, Juis moved Ids headquarters from the Superior Rank building to the driving park, w.iere telephone has been Installed and where Mr. Qulnn -will henceforth di rect preparations for the home-coming. A regular meeting of the Fulled Commercial Travelers will be held Saturday evening at which a report will be received from Thomas Re- enke, concerning the state conven tion of the V. T. C. held early thli month at 1'ort Huron. PRESENTED WITH JEWEL. Farewell by Hancock Pythians to Past Chancellor Graunstadt. A party of about eighteen members of the Hancock .lodge of the Knights of Pythias wenf to Chasscll last eve ning In the launch Alice, owned ly Ed. renberthy, finance keeper of the lode. and were the guests of the hfissell Knights of Pythias at a so cial pessln. A feature of the even ing was the presentation to Post 'hancfllor A. W. Oraunstadt of Han cock lodge of a beautiful past chan cellor's Jewel, and a set of Victor Hu go's works. The presentation was made by Webster lck in behalf of the bulge In one of thosu beautiful lit tle speeches for which Mr. Dock Is noted, and Mr. Oraunstadt feelingly responded. Mr. Orminstadt Is to be married on Saturday next at Lake , Linden to Miss Paull, formerly music teacher In the 1'rnnklln township school at Rob- ton, of which M,r. Oraunstadt (has cen principal for several years past. Immediately after the wedding Mr. Oraunstadt will leave with his bride f ir Seattle to enter Into business with his brother. 'Mr. Oraunstadt has been hard-w in king and enthusiastic mem ber of Hancock lodge and his depart ure will be greatly regretted, but he 111 take with him to the west the best wishes of a host of friends for future happiness and success. JOHNSON FUNERAL TODAY. Remains of Late Franklin Citnen Laid to Rest This Afternoon. The funeral of the 'late Andrew ohnson was lield this afternoon and was attended by n largo number of friends and acquaintances. The fun eral cortege left the house at Frank lin at half past 1 for the Hancock Fin sh church.- w here services were con ducted by Rev. J. K. Nlkander of the Finnish College and Rev. M. II. F.1- dred, of the pewablc M. R church. and music for the service was played TORCH LAKE CLASS DAY EXERCISES AT THEATER FRIDAY EYENING FOURTEEN TO RECEIVE DIPLO MAS FROM LOCAL SCHOOLS. Fine Program Arranged for Com mencementGrade Exercises. The class day exercises for the Iike Linden-Hublitll schools will tie held Friday evening at the theater. A very Interesting program has been arranged as follows: Salutatory, Jean Davidson. ' Class History, Clifford Rule. Solo, Marlon Paine. Oration. Konlce Roche. Presentation of Memorial, Ksther Jones, ( . . Selection, Roys' Quartet M. Hlple, C. Rule, J. Mucdonald und C. dale. Class Will, Anna Schenk. Class Prophecy, Morgan Slplo ami J. Macdonald. Valedictory, Clarence dale. Class Song, Oradua!r.g Class. The graduates this year number fourteen, six girls and eight boys. The tlass roll for the year follows: Jean Davidson, Clarence Oale, Anna Schenk, Lunice A. Roche, Clifford Rule, Mor gan Slple, Will Howard, Kthel Jones, Theodore Wled'iihofer, James Mac donald, Marion Paine, Reginald Ware- ham, Irving Voyer and F.leaner Thonlri. The class colors are gold and blue and the motto Is "No Victory Without Labor." The class oMicers are: President Clifford Rule. Vice President Clarence Oale. Secretary Marlon Paine. Treasurer Anna Schenk. Tomorrow evening, the dosing exer cises of the graded schools will be held at the theater, a very Interesting pro gram having lie n 1.1 1 r. Jed. MARK MIDSUMMER DAY. French Residents of Lake Linden to Go to Houghton. Members of the St. Jean de Raptisle Rociety of ltke Linden are maklm: plans for attending the big county re union to be held at Haas park, Hough ton on June 'U, the French national day, and It Is likely that the Ijtke Liu t'en lodge will be the largest to pal tlii pate In the parade. There, will be ; rpeclal train over th.. Copper Range road leaving Lake Linden fit X:4.", mid upon their arrival at Houghton, the local members will attend divine serv ices at the St. iunatiu.H church, ac companied by the members of the oth er societies in the county. In the uf tenioon the celebration will be at the llu. is park. PLANS FOR THE FOURTH. Lake IJndcn as well as llubbell will iclchrute the Fourth this year. James Hoar of Sutton's store lias culled a meeting of the citizens to be held at the city hall this evening to discuss Plans for the celebration and to n.n.,.. committees to take charge of the :ir I uiifceiiif Ms. : TORCH LAKE BREVITIES. Mr. and Mrs. P. Curhary of JIuM.cll will leave soon for Detroit where they l Xpect to t eside. The principal matter to be consid ered at the regular meeting of the Lake Linden council this ul'tcriioon will lie tin- paving of Calumet street. and it Is expected J :ni;in,er Craig will be ready to submit plans for this Im provement. The ladies of the Ilul. bell Congrega tional church will entertain at a sup per and bazaar tomorrow evening. Books the True University. , "Tho true university of thtbe days," fftys Carlyle, "Is a collectlou f books." Tho man who Is not brought Into Intimate contact with books la his youth, who has not learned to lovt them and how to use tbttin, suJers a mi which it 1 ulmoat iuinoBuibl to Uiukt good. Improved Pressing Iron. A new electric pressing Iron la equipped with metal plates, which can be inserted to Increase its weight when desired. Beauty and Brains. Beauty and brains seldom go togeth er, but when they do brains la pretty jure to be a ooor second. News Want Ads bnn results. tSKSLSSSSSSKXBSSSSZ Vert I n BroSo JUNE PRICE LIST May 1911 was a record breaker in all our departments. The buying pubic are realizing the great savings in buying of Vertin Bros. Read these prices, they mean dollars saved to you. 8 Lb. Sack Imperial Pat.nt flour S2.'H G8 Lb. Sack Ceresota Patent flour.. $12. (JO 98 Lb. Sack Pillsbury Patent flour ?U.(j() 98 Lb. Sack Parisian Patent flour S15.0 liran 100 lb. Pack S J .151 Middlings, ion lb! Hack $1.55 3 Mi. Powdered Sugar IOC 20 lb. N. Y. Cane Granulated Sugar $i.O() 18 lbs. Loaf Sugar S1.00 Oats, per bushel I0; Corn, bushel niic, 'J. bushel sack S !.? Fresh Fggs, per dozen, 2k, per case Quaker Oats, small pkgs Quaker Oats, large pkg 2J2 Mother's Oats. Email pkg r Mother's Oats, large pkg 1212c Shredded Wheat, pkg 112 Corn. .Flakes, pkg. "c; 4 pkgg 12C Kellogg' . Ctirn Flakes .. f) White House Coffee, 1 lb. cans Ii Imperial Coffee, 1 lb. can IMchelleu Vulcan brand coffee, per lb 2fJ' Veltin's Special blend coffee, per lb o0 Schepp's Cocoanut, per lb. bulk 3 Sc4 Scbepp's Cacoanut, per lb. pkg 125 Walter Hakers Chocolate, per lb nC Seedless Raisins, pkg., 9e; 3 pkgs . 2J Club Mouse, seeded raisins, per package XI C Club House Vustlzza Currants 3 Gc Currants, pkg 11 ( Royal Raking Powder, 1 lb. can 3S)( Hunts Raking powder, per lb 1212 Rlue Iibel Ketchup Pints 20c4 Snider's Ketchup, pints 20c Crosse & Rlack well's Chow Chow, pints I2c Crosso & RlackwelPa Chow Chow, quarts .... C Crosse & Rlackwell's onions, quarts rC Crosso & Rlackwell's Onions, pints II2c Crosso & RlackvveU'a Vinegar, per bottle 22c Heinz Vinegar, per bottle 220 Helms Chow Chow, pts. 30c; quarts fiOc4 5 cans Mixed Canned Fruits 2.'c quality.... 1.00 C, Cans Apricots S.'.c quality ijSLOO Tomatoes, per can 1 Oc Very Lest Hams, per Ih ISc Very Rest Shoulders, per lb lllcv 6 lb. Pall Rest Leaf Iard 70c 10 lb. Pail Rest Leaf I.arJ 81.155 20 lb. pail Rest Leaf Lard 812. (0 Very best Creamery Rutter, 1 lb. prints 2Sc Lemon Peel, per lb J J( Citron Peel, per lb lSc Orange Peel, per lb 1 S(v Iirge Sack Suit. 8c; 4 sacks 2C ',4-lb. Can Colinans Mustard 1(C i-lb. Can Column's Mustard HOc4 i-lb. pkg. Post utn Cereal l-lc 1 -lb. pkg. Post urn Cereal 214 Vi-lb. (Jraln-O l-lc 1-lb. pkg. Oraln-O 215c Peerless Tobacco 5C i'. . : lW Kerosene oil per gallon 1 Oc Llptons Tea 1 lb. can ! Red Cross Vermicelli, pkg. 9c; 5 for 25 Red Cross Macaroni, pkg. 9c; 3 for 25 Arm & Hammer Rrand Soda, 7c; 4 pkgs 25 Jello, all flavors, 10c; 3 pkgs 25c C lb. Rose Jar Jams, ussorted 75c 1 lb. Rosu Jar Jams, assorted 15c; 7 for ... 81.00 Fagle Rrand Condensed Milk 15c; per doz. 81.68 Large pkg. Magic Yeast. 7c; 4 for 25l Van Hoiiten's Cocoa. U-lb. can, 23o 'i-lb 134j" Fry's Cocoa, per can 23 Walter Raker's Cocoa, per ran 23 All kinds Washing Powders, large pkg. 20c? Kingsford's Silver Oloss Starch, pkg. 9c, 3 for. 25c Rest Rrand Closs Starch, 3 lb. pkg 20 KIngsford'a Corn Starch, pkg. 9c, 3 for. 2C 41 Pars Calumet Family Soap 81.00 2C Pars QiH-en Anne Soup 81.00 2S Pars Oak Loaf So.ip 81.00" Rest Rilling, per bottle Snider's and Van Camp's Pork & Reans small can gt Pork &. Reins, medium can 1IC Pork & Reans, large can 17 Sardines in Oil 10c, 3 for 25c Sardines In Mustard 13c, 2 for 25 Salmon per lb 10j Navy Reans per lb Lima Reans, per lb , g Peas, per lb JJs? Com rcr can 9c, 3 cans for 25s String Leans, can 9c, 3 cans for 25 Peas, can 9c 3 can for 25 Cutlcura Sonp, per cake 19c, 3 for 55 Sapollo, per cake 8t Dutch Cleaner, per can 9c, 3 for 25 Taploco, per pkg. 9c., 3 for j35t Farina, per pkg. 9c, 3 for 25 Keystone Pine Apples, can 25l Potatoes, per bu J55 Fine Yellow Corn Meal 10 lb. sacks ?5t Fine Yellow Corn Meal CO lb. sacks 81. SO 25c package Soda Crackers for 22s Dried Apples, per lb.. 13c, 2 lbs. for 25c Dried Peaches per lb, 13c. 2 lbs. for 25t Dried Apricots per lb ISc. 2 11 is. for 35c Dried Pears per lb. 13c, 2 lbs. for 25 lirgo sl.e dried prunes, 13c lb., 2 lbs. for 25 Pleached Sultana raisins. Ho lb., 2 lbs. for. -25c 23 bars Fels Naptha Soap 81.00 Hart Can Reans per cai 10c Hart Cherries per can r2 lc (luripovvder, P.nglish breakfast tea, straight or mixed, per lb -15c 4 lb. pail Fairbanks Cottolcno GOt Racon, prr lb 23t Summer Sausage, per lb 22c We carry the celebrated Club Houie brand of canned fruits and vegetables. Give them trial and you will find them superior to any other brand you have used. Call or phone and will gladly furnish you prices on anything. SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE ...Prices Greatly Reduced On All Our... MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, CLOAKS, MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS, WASH GOODS. SILKS and many oilier summer goods VERTIN BIROS.' BIG STORE PHONE 44 (THE STORE THAT STANDS ABOVE THEM ALL) CALUMET Vis