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fc WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28,
TUiS CALUMET NEWS. t Old Straw Hats I Made to look like New with lEIkay's Straw Hat Cleaner 10c a Package at VASTBINDER & READ, J3a-i (THE REXALL STORE) P., n.oir.l ) r we have tinned to Cop. of Oak and 5th St. The Best and Safest Investment For the man or woman of ordinary means it a SAVINGS ACCOUNT at our SAVINGS DE . . . PARTM E.NT, which earn three per cent com pound intsrest. "The Best" because the rate of Interest is the highest consistent with safety. The Safest" because there's nothing specu lative about it the money being constantly secured by our capital, surplus and stockhold ers' liab l'ty, amounting X; over 225.0C0. We solicit your banking business and $100 will open an account. First National Bank of Laurium OPEN EVERY SATURDAY EVENING WEDDING AT GRATIOT. Miss Maude Lalonde Becomes Bride of Frank E. Hirsch. A pretty w coding was solemnized last Saturday evening at Gratiot lo cation, w nen Mlsa Maude Lelonde be came the bride f Prank. F. llirs.h of Culuimt. The ceremony was crfornied by liev. G. Man ihay. pastor of the Mo. Lawk M. V.. thurtli. at the home of the bride's janntn. Tin- ,hridc wort- a gown of white maPiiilst tie and carried u boinpiet of white roses.- She was attended by h-r sister. Miss Jessie Lalonde, who wore I ink an. I carried pink tarnations. The Ik st mm ,wim. Winter Gill. As the bride filtered the parlor leaning on the arm of lur toTher ami followed by the brld.il party. Miss Thursa (Jill I I n. l. i I Mendelsohn's wedding inart-h. The home was beautifully decorated, ferns and daisies being vyry promin ent. Following the ceren ony wedding supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. llirsch have left for Minneapolis where tli will make their future home. They have the best wishes of a large number of friends. (Oddities in the News of the Day ATTENTION PLEASE. A r..!lh,g stone gathers no moss-- ! ii. I an.l seini-iinlitar . r - ! : 1 1 1 1 a man who is going down hill -al i.itp us ar.- . ..l.ii.tlly il.lte.l to ! gathers no coin. 1 ,irli ip.it.- in I -ii iui.i's bi:: I'oiitllij ,,u- :l t,).i ii i!o.s like to ha , c people of Jul'. . ;ii !!. A'l'iti 'oliniiiu.i' .i- think he is weallliy When lie Mill ti..iis ..ii u- sulij." t to ..luiiuit n pji;ol. I . r T a. ti-.n i- ' sired "'at ,i: n.lviii.t-.f.-oi.' j,..?iti..n n.a be .t--Mfli'd t ' o h on-aniat...!!. Cm mi! I. on 1- .ta.!.-. Iiurium, Midi. An. I a lazy man will take any kind t a he e.-m't ft. Ask for a Nestor Cigar. They say th. y are fine. JU3 Have ..ii tried a N' tor O-ar? J1P. r INSURE WITH FAbCCTT BROS. &. GUCK. Automobiles TO RENT for all occasions. JOE BCNARD, Phone N. rth 17 or t;n:i. Mrs. At. M. Hard of Cleveland for yenis had a wild mania for thumping the piano, and was terrified at mount ing an elevation. An operation was performed at New Haven, removing part of her brain and skull, and she Is now reported com pletely eured. CONTRACT AWARDED FOR THE 4IH Of JULY ILLUMINATION FIVE THOUSAND INCANDESCENTS ON RED JACKET STREETS. Hammer and Drill Teams to Meet Select Schedule For Day. to S.xden Thompson, 75 years old, of lbn kaway, N. J., had been annoyed by pains in his upper Jaw until he had an expert examination made. He was astonished to find that he was tutting two c.ctcetli. of liloomflcld. N. in good health, doctors failed to Michael Maflia, Y., while apparently hcKaii touching, and stop him. After couching three hours Incess antly he died, the physicians said, from hea it disease caused by weakness re sulting from the paroxsm. The picturesiueness of country life may soon be added to by the rural mail carriers uiiiiotinclng their arrival by the blowing of bugles. This suggestion has been made to the postoitlce department by a citizen of New Hampshire, who sas a bugle call would also be of benefit to those who want to buy stamps. At last night's meeting of the lied Jacket Fourth of July committees. contiact was awarded the Hos- king P.U-ctrtcal company, to hung streamers of Incandescent lights on all of the princiMl streets and cross-sec tions, A Unit S.imO lights will be strung and the village will present u gala appearance at night as well as during the day. The electric Illuminations will be shown next Monday night for the first time. The connections will be made at 8:30 o'clock, and the lights allowed to burn until 10 o'clock. On the night of the Fourth the Illumination will be switched on at S:30 going out of commission as the midnight hour tolls. It Is believed that the Illumination feature will be one of the best the village has ever had. Contractor Hosking started the work of plating the incandescent in position this Doming. Company CI. of Houghton, will arrive in Calumet for the celebration, the evening of July 3. and bivouac on Sev enth street. Following the parade on the 'Fourth, the company will go through various drill evolutions on F.ighth street. As it will be the first llm.t this militarv company has ever visited Calumet it Is expected that hundreds will witness the work of the soldier . boys, The company will conn here seventy strong, including th commissioned ollicers. Included in lied Jacket's parade will be the grand marshal, a large number of mounted aides, speakers and olli cers of the day. Itammcr and drill teams, the calitkimiplans, Company G children's floats, gaily dressed automo biles- and a number of the fraternal societies of Calumet. The hammer and drill teams will meet Saturday evening in the office of John J. Kills, village clerk, for th purpose of drawing for times and places in the contest. F.ach team will hill at a senarate street corner in the village. Th first contest likely will tiike l.lace oliliosite the Arlington ho tel following the parade .and exercises The final meeting of the celebration committees will be held Friday even ing In the conned loom. 38 YHaKS IN BUSINESS The Merchants & Miners Bank Calumet, Midi. Capital ' $15o,ooo.oo Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2io,ooo.oo Stockholders' Liability - - $150,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Ches.Hri.rcf. I'rr. t IVter lurpr. V.-Pre.'t V.K. Andcrion. V.-I'ret t and Mir. Mrphrn Peull. Cahlt-r J. I. Jmf . A'l Ctier An Account may be opened with One Dollar CONGREGATIONAL PICNIC. Sunday Schools of County to Enjoy - Outing at Freda Park. At a well-attended meeting of repre- sentatlvcH of the several Congrega tional Sunday achools In Houghton county, nrld in the Red Jacket t on gregatioual church, last night, it was unanimously decided to hold their an nual picnic Thursday, July 13. Frcd;t park was chosen as the plate, and the Copper Itaiige railroad will run special trains for the event. The rchools that will Join for the annual picnic are Hancock, Hubbcll. Luke l.iiKleii. lied Jacket. Calumet and Uedildge Congregational. It will be one of tile, largest picnics of the season. INQUEST THIS EVENING. The Inquest tti ascertain the cause of the death of John Itkatos of Wol verine, w ho was dcked up dead early Moiulay morning by two young men on the road near the Albion tresth of the Houghton County Traction company, was postned from last evening until this evening. F Mi Sill fife cleaned at least one a year. All furs given us for storage are thoroughly cleaned and beaten by our new Electric Cleaning Machine nd insured against loss or-daniage by fire or moths at 2 per cent and 3 per" cent of the value. LOCAL BRIEF8. ffPlf The Entering Wedge of business success is furnish ing good material to customers. Hence our good fortune in the lumber industry. From forest, to factory to our yard is a -traight 6tring of cutting out and delivering knot free, care fully seasoned and carefully handled and stored lumber, Prices as we keep them down add to our selling success. Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK This is not a fish but a turtle story. Charles Dixon and George Harris of Ilossvllle, S. I., went fishing in Hody'a lake, ne.ir their home. Dixon, was sitting on a log with his coat dangling close to the surface or the water, Suddenly something that had come to the edge of the lake Seized Dixon's coat ami dragged him Into deep water. Harris hurried to the resent and dis covered that they had u big turtle to deal with. AHer a hard fight they landed it ami have the turtle to prove thtfir story. The two wives of Peter C. Sharp of I'ittshnrg, Kan., have miarreled and each is contending that she alone Is the legal wife, and Is demanding that the other go nwav. Peter Sharp lost 4ils first wife. Anna Catharine, forty years ago, at the great Chicago fire. He went there to search for her but could not find her. At last she found him through the pension of fice and ennie from California to his Kansas hnnje. Sharp had another nnd younger wife he had married nine years ago, supposing his first one to be dead. At first it seemed that the two wives would be good comrades. Anna Cath arine Is 70 years old. Louise two years younger. Hut a few days ngo the neighbors heard the wives quarreling. 'That woman has not the same dis position she had when 1 married her flftv years ago." an Id Sharp. 'She liati i u-m.i iliaiiosition then. Now she is a crank. She Is trying to boss Louisa around. I want 'em to go along to gether. Hut If they can't agree III have to build Anna Catharine n house ..! let her live bv herself, for I'm not going to give up Louisa." 4. . n 4.4... A. cities where he represented local Hun garians at the national Hungarian convention f fraternal societies, days. John Dolan has left for his home In Mexico, where he holds a position us conductor on a railroad, after spending about three months as the guest of friends and relatives In Calu met. Mr. and Mrs. James Weir will leave this evening for an extended visit to Scotland. Dast Saturday evening, "Mr. and Mrs. John Dunlop of Iiurlum en tertained In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Weir. General Manager James MacNaugh ton of the C. & .11. IMinlng company, and Mrs. MacNaughton have left for I New York, where they will board the teamer Olympic, of the White Star line, on a trip to F.urope. Mis. John Illackwood, of Saginaw, died Monday, June L'C, of pneumonia. Mrs. Hlackwood was well known in Calumet, where she resided for n number of years. .She had many friends here who mourn her demise. Mrs. T. G. PrVvn, wife of T. G. Prown of high school faculty, left yes terday ror Newmarket. Tenn., where he will spend the lest of the sum mer. Mr. Hrown will stay tn t iiiiniu'i until the summer school term ends. Itev. S. llomsdahl, pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church nas re turned from Willmar, Minn., where he attended the district conference and from North and South Dakota where he enjoyed phort visits with friends. 'Calumet-Phone 999 - Houghton'- ru CROSSES OCEAN TO WED. Miss Beatrice Goodman of Cornwall Marries Osceola Young Man. Miss Heatrlce Goodman, of Corn wall, who arrived here recently on the Wliito Star liner OIinpic, on that steamer's maiden voyage ncross the Atlantic ocean, was wedded last even ing at the Osceola M. F,. church, to Al fred JefTery of the Osceola, llev. W. 1 1. Collycott officiated. The maids of honor were the Misses Hilda Paull and Ida JefTery, and the attendants to the groom William II. I'aull and Thomas odgers. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Paull. The newly-wedded coupb will make their home at 2.10 Millionaire plreet, Osceola, the groom being em ployed at the Osceola mine. Harold Kktund of Albion left this af ternoonifor Cincinnati, Ohio, where he will loeate. 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ongle have re turned 'from Iron wood. ' where they spent 'tlHir "jtineymo-on. Mrs. Alec lmmonthler left yesterday for Minneapolis, to visit her son. Sam uel, fmuocrly if thisk-ity Miss Adelaide Fowler has left for Detroit. nftr ' whif h . nbe will visit Oneida, N. Y.. and Boston. Mass. Miss' Myrtle Hreer of lUltic, Is vlsltlmr at the home of iMr. and Mrs Fred Cheli of Portland street. Mrs. Pert Hamham left today for Duluth, where she will spend a Con nie of weeks vlnltlng relatives and friends. Miss Ilildegard Stranberg. of lied Jacket shaft, has gone to Martpietle, to take up summer studbs tit the Nor mal school. KYiinlt Gallch of Seventh street, is at the Calumet public hospital, where he has undergone a successful opera tlon for appendicitis. The ladies of tho Norwegian Luther an rlinrc.i imve arranged 10 serve a hot dinner tin the . Fourth. Luncheon will also be served in the evening Th state rifle shoot. In which a ir.nm from Comuanv A engineers is What Makes This Bank Strong Capital S100.000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 Undivided Profits $25,000.00 Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00 tSJS.ooO.OO That amount stands bdwetn your nr-lt and any possible loas. I ,.H-j H1 W'br not )mvnn account with us? That la .al we aro hero for, and well nerv you faithfully and well. STATE SAYINGS BANK LAURIUM, MICH. DON'T BE BACKWARD. cn.i in ihn .intwiiincement at once that you intend entering the big Call- ii.....,..;,. r. i.-irni nn the morning of the Fourth. This parade will be form ed at the Palestra at !a. m.. nnd re member It Is going to be the biggest In the history of the ITpper Peninsula ind will make Laurium famous. There . ... .r..ino. I.. ii -cores of others take rt In the parade with you, so get vnnr entrv n early tnat ywu may Ke place of advantage In the line. Committee on Svorts, J2g Uiurluin, Mien. Fresh Ontonagon Strawberries Received Each Day They're Delicious lk Your Phone A. BaRSAIITI & COMP'Y rnoNE nn At the twenty-fifth annual meeting of the Society of Austrian Traveling Salesmen, which took place about two wpeks ae-o. the American drummer was referred to in a ingniy compn mentary way by one of the speakers "There was a time when boldness, wit, the ability to tell many stories, and to tvll them well, and a willingness to entertain lavishly were potent raciors in th nrt of Halesmanshin." sab! the speaker, "and these qualities made man valuable as a salesman. Hut the American has cast them aside for real knowledge of the busine-s. Industry and sobriety. The 'man on the road' used to be n peddler jingling his bells to attract attention; now he is a mer chant. The best of this new clas. onn i.n found In the United States of For upholstering material there is nothing on the irfarket In Norway that can compete with the fine native moss and dried sea grass. The moss Is ,.i,,.. f ntwt feitUfiietnrv substitute for horse hair Sometimes si girl gets even with a nerslstcnt young man by marrying him. A Klrl says it Is better to have been engaged nnd have It broken off than nover in have worn a solitaire at all. READ, THEN ACT. For the clowns who Laurium will want to act as offer lnduce- taklnsr part, commenced yesterday In Detroit, and will , continue for three clowns Tho. Calumet township board will Intents hold its regular monthly meeting Sat- There are going to lie scores of fun r,l,w in, .mine nn account of the I i.vi Lt.ru In 1 .11 II rill Ill's 111 ir Fourth of Fourth of July falling the regular July parade. Those who wish to par- meeting day. ticlpate may have a chance to so do A valuable hound, owned by Joe n,i incident)" get a little coin of tho Reherineer of Oak street, was accl- ,.,iln. ,, stage money. Prlz i..ntnlltr billed last evening In the Mineral Range, yard. it being run over bv a locomotive. The funeral of the late John Iika tos of Wolverine, took'place tills morn ing, with services at the Wolverine iiimir.irliiii church, nnd Interment in Lake View cemetery. Charles Mugford has been awarded a contract to install a new stone and .nipnt Imminent under the Stelmle i.nildlnir. north Fifth street. The work was started this morning. Steve Yoe, of Wo'verlne, has re- ..me.i from Indlanatxdl and other money. Prizes a- niountlnir to $30. the first prize being $ir, the' second $10, and the third .t w ill be offered. Get your kidding loth- i.a nn nml aimefir ll ine I'aiesira ai 9 a ni. on the morning of the Fourth Paiade Committee, j-28 Iaurlum, IMJch Get the Habit, Fmoke a Nestor cigar. J113 A LIVE WIRE. liusiness houses of Laurium will ha', e an excellent opportunity of dis playing their merchandise in a very Ht tractive manner in Laurluiu's big Fourth of July parade. Take time by the forelock and enter a float. AiK vise us early that we may dcsiKwt )our position in the line of march, which will be formed at It a. in., at the Palestra. Phone N22. Parade Committee, J:'8 I-aurluni, Ml'h. KEWEENAW LODGE NO242 F. &. A. If.. Special com in imitation, Thursday evening. June 29th. Work in tli M. M. degree. JOHN THFGANOWAN, S. J. W. KINGSTON, Sec'y. 1 i x I I x x I x x x i x x x x x ) Rubbers Host isn't a good thing to experiment with. It requires more than tjood optics to tell the difference be tween the kind that's made of cast-off rubber boots and the brands that have good 6tuff in them. We have found out ell that by experience and you may de pend on the hoce you buy of us as be ing the best price wilt buy. . Peckonen Hardware (To. fifth Street " Calumet, Mich. T V r V t V y r T ? ? ? The Bugs are Lively POTATO THIS YEAR. BUGS ARE USUALLY ACTIVE AND BETTER FEED THEM SOME OF OUR HUNGRY PARIS GREEN IT IS SURE DEATH AND Gib. PACKAGES. TO ALL BUGS. SOLD IN U"5 Wb" SUPERIOR PHARMACY B Red Jacket Laurium I AN URGENT REQUEST. All business houses nnd residents ura urcenitv requested to decorate their respective buildings and especial- i. tw.bU i..i,gIi..I ulniiir Hie line of , inwr.- .... - r. --- march, for Laurlum's magnificent page. an will he foinethinir long to lie re membered. We desire h fitting back ground for this parade. All roads will had to Iiurlum on this Fourth of July, and we want all visitors to obtain the -best possible Impression of the town. Decorating Committee, J28 Laurium, llch. Ther will be a regular meeting of Calumet Aerie Not f 3S2 V. O. V..K fhl eve nini June 2Xth. Initiation and business of importance. Albert Uurkman, Sec'y. HURRY NOW! Don't let the summer pass with out a photo of your home and fam ily. W make a speciality of in side and outside home work for a reasonable charge,. The Electric Studio 312 A Fifth Street. Did jyou ver stop to consider the . lbor you would save by putting your barn one of our Carriers? to Hay Life i too short to ut all of your effort in less labor. The expense of one of our Hay Carriers and Tracki equipment, can be saved in one harvest. with fuU Buy Our stock of Haying Toots and seasonable goods now while the assortment is at its best.. Is eompl- Carlton Hardware Co.