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THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911.
f THE CALUMET NEWS.
Report of Condition
OF THE
First National Bank
OF CALUMET
At the Close of Business June 7th, loi i
ASSETS.
Cosh and Exchange
Loans und ponds...
Thinking House . . . . ,
Five per cent I'u ml. ,
Over-drafts ,
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock paid In.
Surplus .' ,,
Undlvldedl'roflts ....
PepofdtS
Circulation ..;
THE HOUSEHOLD
8
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GOME DELICIOUS
CHERRY
RECIPES. :
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Roly Poly.
Cherry roly poly Is made with n good
(luniiinK dough. Holl tin- dough long
11 itl about. a quarter of an inch thick,
and ' spread the surface with pitted
cherries w ith a Rift in of sugar. Holl
ii 1 the dough and pinch the ends to
gether and steam for three quarters of
an hour.
Cherry Cream.
Cherry creuni needs but to lie sam
pled to be appreciated. Make a syrup
of two cupfuls of sugar and one of
water. After the sugar has dissolved
Nt the syrup come to a Ixiil and lro
in the pitted cherries one cupful.
Simmer for llfteen minute, dip out the
( Ik Tries and add a cupful of rich cream
t the syrup, pour into the freezer
when cold and partly freeze. Ileniove
the dasher then, and add the cherries,
Mining them in well. Cover the cream
closely ami let stand for two bourn.
Fritters.
Cherry fritters are a fine luncheon
dish. Make n batter of a cupful -of
Hour sifted with a tcaspoonful of bak
ing' powder, :t litle Halt, half a cup
tul of milk, a trifle more if necessary,
niter adding one beaten egg. Whip up
the batter light and smooth and not
t.o 'soft! It should hold together well
when dropped in the hot fat. After
lilting out tin- dough In small rounds.
10 Id a few pitted chcrrle-i in the center
mid fold over .pinching the edge .t-Ki-ther.
Serve with a si'uee made as
fi dumplings.
1
Dumplings.
Cherry dumplings are made with the
rame kind of dough, with a trifle more
shortening In It and a little slilTer.
Cut the dough In round or square
shape and place a few pitted cherries
with a sprinkle of sugar and llecks of
A pure, healthful drink,
rich in food value..
s
Rtieingoid
beer is delicious,
wholesome.
cooling,
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
Have a case sent to your
home. All dealers ell it.
Scheuermann
Brewery
Telephones In all Copper
Country Towns.
f AMILY THEATER
"A HOUSE: Of MERIT"
Big Double Bill
Classical Soprano and Contralto
Vocalist
SPECIAL FEATURE
Mabel Barrymore
l i and her educated pony.
CHANGE OF PICTURES AND
SONGS TODAY.
GROWN
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butter ill the center. Pring the crust
together evenly and hake in a moder
ately In, 1 oven. A delicious sauce Is
made for the dumplinns, or roly poly,
by (rushing the pitted cherries to a
pulp with sugar. Strain to remove
the skins and cook with a bit of but
ter.
I Ve hot.
A Drink.
A deli( ions cherry beverage is made
simply and quickly enough to merit
its being called an "emergency drink."
All that is required is lo have on hand
the )iei l ies and some blood oranges.
Make a srup of tvo cupfuls of sugar
und one cupful of water, and boil lif
ted! minutes. Remove from the fire
and add two cups of the expressed
.mice of line, ripe cherries and one
cupful of the oranne juice. These two
tints of red give a lovely color. Place
the beverage on ice to chill and serve
with a cherry or twn w ith Its stem
I'oatlng on top of the glass.
Short Cake.
For cherry shortcake make a soft
dough by mixing together two cupfuls
of Hour sifted with a heaping teaspoon
fill of salt and half a cupful of short
ening, which may he half each of but
ter and lard. Add two tables) nfuls
of sugar and mix with a well-beaten
ceg and enough milk to make tbe dough
of the right consistency. Holl out in
two layers and make in the same pan
V.ith llecks or butter between. When
baked the two layers will separate
nicely.
The cherry filling should be in read
iness to spread between the shortcake
and on top. Large, ripe cherries arc
pitted and (lushed slightly In a bowl
with sugar, the right quantity to use
being decided by tasting the Juice as
you mis. The cherry sauce will be all
the more delicious if it is prepared
several hours before it Is required.
Serve with whipped cream or without,
as preferred.
Candied Cherries.
If cherries are plentiful candy Koine,
j.a tuey are handy to have for garnish
ing purposes in the winter time.
Any kind of (lurries that are per
fct and ripe may be used. To pit a
cuantity expeditiously insert the round
end of a new hairpin in the clierrv
and draw It out. when the pit will
come with it. also any lurking worms.
To each pound of the fruit allow an
euiial quantity of sugar. Add water
to the sugar in the proportion of half
a cupful to the pound. Stir until the
Mi-ar Is dissolved, when the cherries
1... 1.1 the MI'llll come to
lima I"- "'"
a boil, then simmer gently until the
cherries are transparent. I'mir off the
and spread the cherries on tiai
Cover with glass and set In
syrup
dishes,
the sun
to dry. It win iae ew..
GRAND
The Horn. f HIGH-CLASS
VAUDEVILLE
I vthr t-vrryhodv C
TONIGHT
A High Attraction
Frank
AND
Waters
In a comedy singing sketch
CUPID'S CARES
h,e co-stars with the "Flower of
the Ranch" Musl'nl Comedy to.
Four
Klnodrome
Pictures
,,xlrtt Feature Attractions All
Next W'ffk reaturmg
LADY CARMEN
the first h:lf-
'' amislilut, to dry ii... ehcrriex
tti.. ..--.liI tlLy i,uuld be brought in
Just before Hinsct cad, day. When
n dust ovir win, powdered HiiKar
"J pack in l.i , Yci .4 win, Wilx,.( r ,,ur.
1,!,in betw.cn layers In paste-
"M-s. Store it, a dry. cool
plat-.
STRAWBERRY PUDDING.
Make a plain bl.ine mange and pour
tlds since over u whin cold: Cream
ne-ihird f a ,.U1I 1f ,uU(.r wmi
cup of powdered s-ugar: beat the white
"1 mi egg until very .-tiff, a. Id it to the
buttered .sugar; mash one-half cup of
Miawbciil-s and heat then, Int., the
Mltlcc. rVrc cold.
TO REMOVE LETTERING.
There are a multitude of uses for
four sacks, but these are much nicer
for any purposes whet, the lettering
has been removed. Simply washing
wllh soap and water will not do this.
The night before the sacks are to bo
washed the letters should be sprinkled
wilh keros.ne. l,et this remain on
during the night and the next morn
ing holl the sack in strong suds. After
this treatment the bit. ring will have
disappeared.
CHOOSING A TEAPOT.
The real secret in choosing a teapot,
be it made of silver, crown derby, or
even the humble but useful brow 11
"mug," is this: never buy a teapot with
the root of tii.. spout low down In the
body of the pot. I.t t the spoilt be set
high In the body, then oq can fill
the pot up well, without the tea drib
bling over, as it never fails to do whet,
having a low-built spout close to the
teapot's foundation.
ADOUT VEILS.
An (ffective way of securing an or
dinary face v i I Is to loosen the bar-
cite, which Is worn in the back of tin
hair, and catch the pin or fastener
through the veil, and then the hair,
and again through the veil, thus pre
venting the sagging of the veil under
the (hin which looks so ugly and yet
is such a common sight.
Lice veils are extremely fashiona
ble just now, particularly white lace
ones, which the present rage for white
millinery seems to call for. These can
be obtaimd In a washing variety,
while there Is a wonderful choice in
champagne color being exceedingly
attractive.
IF YOU HAVE NO ICE.
obtain a' large, common Mower-pot
and seal the hole in the bottom with
plaster of Paris. Place in the pot th
bottle containing milk, or a covered
(lock containing butter, and fill the
pot with water to as great a depth as
possible with the bottle or crock float
ing. Cover the pot with a board or
4 plate and sit out in the open air.
away from the direct sunlight, and
preferably when1 there Is a current of
air. The evaporation of the water
from the surface of the porous pot
will keip tlie contents several degrees
(older than the outside of air stirring.
The higher the wind, or the drier the
air. the greater will be the cooling
effect.
SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT.
Epicures Claim Blueberry Pudding Has
Pie Beaten.
The blueberry Is noted for the deli
clous pie it makes. While the pie Is
good, some epicures claim that blue
berry pudding has it beaten a mile In
C.eiicral excellence.
A pudding that Is truly good Is made
as follows: Take one and one-half
pints of blueberries, four tablespoon
fuls of Hour, one pint of crumbled
bread, one quart of milk, one pinch of
silt and three tablespooiifuls of sugar.
Sprinkle the flour over the blueberries
ami set aside for half an hour. Soak
the bread in the milk and add the salt
and sugar. Mix this with the blueber
ries. Put into a greased baking dish
with Hakes of butler on top of the
mixture. F.ake three-quarters of an
hour.
With this eat a hard sauce consist
ing of creamed butter and sugar, flav
ored with brandy or vanilla.
HOUSEHOLD HELPS.
For five cents y mi can get a brush
that will help to wash the vegetables
for the table, iiefore cooking. Saves
wear and Par on the hands.
For variety cook some little white
onion with the green peas. Fresh
teas need no flavor but their own.
but If not perfectly fresh the onions
improve them.
When putting away your furs and
woolens for the summer, brush them
thoroughly an,' air them, then sprinkle
them liberally with black pepner to
preserve from moths.
Toasted crackers spread with Jelly
make an acceptable sweet and simple
luncheon.
Always keep a dish of crackers In
your warming oven and you'll never
have n.ft. tasteless crackers.
A spoonful of flour added to the
crease In which eggs are to be fried
will prevent them from sticking or
breaking.
In sprinkling table linen use a large
salt shaker and In the water put a
little cold starch about a tablespoon
r.d to a nuart of water. The linen
will iron with about the same stiffness
as when new.
When wa ee'V'fSti
vous. tired. worrie(1 ca-(Wnndent it js a
Mire sitfn vo need iviu I 1 a rc- t-ixic
pii I s Thv renew the normal vigor and
mike life worth living. He nd k for
Mott's Nerverine Pills 'Xiltt
VHJJAMS MFG. CO.. Pro... CUwUnd. OK0
cr. RiL at Vastblnder & Read. 8u
rlor Pharmacy, Eagla DruijStor.
TOURNEY TO BE
A"
THAT'S WHAT BESSEMER SAYS
OF U. P. FIREMEN'S MEET.
AIRSHIP AND CARNI
VAL SHOWS.
The firemen of ItesKcmcr, who are
to cntcitain the Upper peninsula
Mrcincn's association the Jatter part
f July, intend to make this year's
tournament "the best ever." In the
way of explaining their plans and of
asking the loyal co-operation of the
ether departments, the have sent let
ters to the various outside companies,
reading in part as follows:
"The seventeenth niiiiu.il tournament
of the I'pper Peninsula Firemen's as-
sodatioi, Is to be h.ld this year at
Itissenur. We're going to inakc this
P.HI tournament a "hiim-dingcr," but
we need you in our plans, hence this
letter. We have accomplished some
things already. At an expense of $:,-
000 we have dosed a deal with (Jleiin
Cnrtiss for aeroplane (lights during
the tournament. We have signed up
contracts with a carnival company for
fifteen special shows. We have ar
ranged for numerous free attractions.
We have secured excursion rates over
all railroads throughout the upper pe
ninsula, ami last, but not least, inas
much as we ate assured of a large at
tendance from Northern Wisconsin
ami the Mesaba range, we are going
to provide ample accommodations for
every person attending the tourna
ment. We have done all this and
more. Now we want to talk business
with you. We are going to award one
thousand dollars in cash to the win
ners of the various racing events. We
want all you departments to be repre
sented with racing teams. .We want
yi to get some of this money. We
also would like a record breaking at
tendance from your town. We would
like to have J'ou bring along a band.
We want you to co-operate with us
and help us make the seventeenth an
nual tournament of the association tin
sort of a tournament that will revive
the spirit of the old days and set n
pace for the future. Are you with
us?"
HE WANTS A WIFE.
California Man Asks Governor
OS-
born to Aid Him in Quest.
Lansing, Mich., June . L".. Among
the multitudinous matters which come
to (Jovernor Osborn for bis attention
innc of them has presented the ab
surd angle which Is conveyed in a let-
Pr just received from a California
i '
man. who seeni.s l.i consider the ex
ecutive ollicea irttriinKnial agency,
and M ichlgarf i'h good r.b.e to secure
a wife: In tlie'letter tJuCalif.'rnian
writes: t ; .,., j. . .
"Honored tlovcrnor
"I de.-lie to make the acquaintance
of some refined maiden ladv. r wid
ow' who is worthy' and has a nice
h me. through correspondence. I
have no 'objection to the proposed
wife being either yonnger or my se
nior lit years.
"I am an American ; professional
man, dentist. I am I5S years -dd, five
feet seven inches high and weigh F0
pounds. I itse no liquor and know how
to treat a good wife and make her
happy. I am a lover of homo and Its
pleasures. Can and will y.u send me
the name vif some one of your ac
quaintance who would consider n com
panion. I ile.-lre to practice my pro
fession one-half day and devote (lie
other half to the wife's Interests if she
no wills. I am willing to locate any
place that the lady may desire to b
located. I can furnish references; am
no sampler, but sincere.".
AFTER AUTO VIOLATORS.
State Will Send Man Out to Instruct
the Police.
Iinsing, Mich.. June 2!. One to the
fad that the police officers about tne
state are not generally observing the
state law in arresting offenders of the
state nut unohile law which requires
that each machine be equipped witn
a license tag, Secretary of State Fred
erlck Marflndale" will send a man from
the department over the state, who
will Instruct the police relative to inf.
law. The representative of the de
partment will visit almost every town
of any sl.e In the state and will con
suit with Ihe police departments rela
tive to the state law governing Ihe
use of automobiles. He will also take
the number and name vf the drivers
of all machines not equipped with the
state license and make such report tn
tne nearest police officer.
Hy this means it Is thought that the
police will be more careful la the fu
ture to arrest offenders of the law and
as a result the department will receive
a number of thousnnd dollars In li
cense money that should be paid Into
the department.
COLLIER IS FINISHED.
Neptune, Largest Ever Built for Navy,
Ready for Service. .
Washington, June 29. Uncle Sam's
great collier Neptune, the largest ever
built for the Fnlted States navy,
which under the contract with the
Maryland Steel company was to be
completed y today. Is now ready to
take to the hhh seas. The sea mon
ster has cost the navy department
million dollars. She Is equfpp d w ith
every modern appliance that could be
used In the building of a steel boat,
her length Is T,2 feet.
She has two hUh-specd turbine
geared to low-speed propelb.r shafts.
This Is a new Idea In shipbuilding, as
heretofore the turbiios have not been
geared to meet the speed of the pro
nellois. and full efficiency could not
he had from either the turbines or the
pt'opcllorti. The vcbut I can travel four
teen kinds an hour. Capt. A. Morton
is in charge ol the' boat and during lis
construction dailv visited the
Maryland Steel coyipany's plant at
Sparrows Point.
The wolk of building tile boat Was
commenced twciits -one months ago.
The ship will (airy a cargo of ll'.rjOO
tons, beside 37.',, ooo gallons of oil lor
destroyers. She Is titled with both
wireless telegraph and suhm.i tin. sig
naling systems. The crews will be
composed of Kil men, with fourteen
otlieers.
NIAGARA WILL REMAIN.
Rep. Young is Not Worried by Com
mittee Fight Delay.
Washington, June 2ft. Inlays un
certain before action will be taken l
the hoiisf foreign relations committt e
on the purton resolution, just passed
by the senate, to continue the status
quo as to the use of Niagara Falls for
power. The itnrtoii resolution aims to
prevent the lapse of the status estab
lished b bill six years ago.
What is liable to delay the progress
of the present bill in the house is a
contest between the house foreign re
lations coiiimblte and the house com
mittee on rivers and harbors. Six years
ago the rivers and harbors committee
had the conduct of the legislation that
resulted in creating the existing con
dition at the Falls, and now the com
mittee is Insisting that the Ihnioii
lisollltiou should have been sent to It
instead of to the foreign relations
committee.
Hep. II. olin Young, of Michigan,
member of the rivers and harbors
committee, declares that it will be im
possible for any one to run away with
the falls, even though the present re
strictions should lapse, lie says there
is in effect a treaty between the I. S.
and Canada, setting a limit beyond
which users of falls water may not
go. The dilTicrenee between the pro
visions of the treaty and the law now
about to lapse Is that the law Is more
drastic than the treaty.
SALE OF INDIAN LANDS.
Government Will Put About 2SC.00D
Acres on Market.
Washington, 1). (. June 2!t. The In
terior department has decided to put
on sale this year about '.T.o.OoO a-ri
of Indian lands, and in line with th'v
decision and in order to stimulate their
disposition the Indian bureau is send
ing out posters to be placed In the
post otllces throughout the country.
The lands are located in a iiun:' r of
DWELLING HOUSES AND FLATS
FOR RENT.
FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK.
A. F. MENZEL INSURANCE.
Kveryone should carry some Insur
ance. Life Insurance Is a safe guard
that men should have. (Jet in a gd
company when you Insure. A. F. Mdi
y,0 1-4 Q'lello P.uildlng.
A. FAHLEN JEWELER.
Dealers in high' class watches,
clocks, silverware, fine china, cut pot
tery and oiJr a brae. We can supply
your every demand. We make glasses
that are guaranteed to fit your eyes.
Two barbers at the shop with the 4
magic words
"WE CAN DO ANYTHING"
Art Myers, Prop.
Pen
Work
I'xeruted
to order.
H. A. Don, Laurium, Box 982.
BRACCO THE BAKER.
The best people In Calumet use our
brtud because It Is the best they can
buy. All our bakery goods are baked
fresh every day. Try our Itallun
bread.
CALUMET GRANITE WORKS.
Manufacturers of all kinds of granite
and marble monuments. Cemetery
work of any description made to order
We are agents for the famous Wiscon
sin (Sranltes. Cor. Tith and Oa St.
CLOTHES FCR MEN.
Our new spring and summer line, the
latest novelties of Imported and domes
tic fabrics await your early consider
ation. Roods bought from us give sat
isfaction. Uachor & Sterk. Oak & 7th.
HOSKING ELECTRIC CO.
Agents for the New Columola Mul
tiple Battery, The newest and best
on the market for Ignition purposes.
F.ithcr for automobile or gasoline
boats. Try one and be convinced.
FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
The wise man is always well dressed
because he gets the best selection by
ordering early In the season. Spring
styles now In. Pressing and repair
ing. Matt Chop, Pljone 63J.
F. H. SCHUMAKER MEATS.
We carry an Immense line of fresh
meats, fish, game and f oysters with
which to please our customers. pe
tal attention and prompt delivery giv
n to all phone orders. Phono 4fi.
beginning June 17th we will give a
good sized hammock with one pound
of baking powder. Also a pretty sweet
pea nth-! with 5 cents worth of our
soap. i ' i
GRAND UNION TEA CO.
RED JACKET BUSINESS DBRECTORY
Warren Jewelery Company
351 Fifth St., Calumet. Mich.
the northern and western statis. Tiiey
were inherited by the Indians, who
want money with whii h to Improve
their government allotments, other
larms to be sold are those belonging
to imn-i nmpcte'it Indians, for wlio.se
support iiiom y Is souarht.
This latter class of Indiars Inr'udes
many minors and old men, whose In
t( rests the agents , of the government
believe Will be hist Conserved by the
sale of some of their lands.
The Indian oMieinls point out the
fact that the lands which they proviso
to dispose of are not practically worth
less, but in imtny Instances arc locat
ed directly on and In PloFe proximity
to railroads, and it is expected will
bring good prices. Washington Star.
.THE OLSOH ESTATE
FUmnTORBUliDERTAraiiG
SCOTT ST. CflLTOIET MICH.
, . icLtPHONE.
INSURANCE.
Fire, accident and plate glass Insur
ance. Ileal JOstate and loans. We re
spectively .solicit your business. Sec us
before purchasing real estate. W. I
Slannard, Agent, John It. Leary, Mgr.
HOCKING AND CO.
Exclusive styles in union suits. We
are sole agents f.r the Superior Union
Suits. They fit. We have them In
full length.' Athletic und Poms-Knit.
$1.00 to $5.00 per suit.
JACOB KALLIO UNDERTAKER.
Careful and elfi'cicnt work Is our
motto. The most considerate attention
given to all caes. Lady enihalmer al
ways In attendance. Phone orders ta
ken both day and night. Phone DS-lll.
GOWAN MILLINERY CO.
We are selling our entire slock of
TRIMMED HATS at U OFF. This
s:e is genuine and offers a special op
portunity to purchase midsummer hats
at bargain prices.
HOTEL MICHIGAN.
BASEBALL SCORES EVERY DAY.
First-class Kuropean hotel. IUiffet
connection. In business section of
lied Jacket. Cor. 6th and Oak Sts. M.
ltandettinl, Prop.
LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING.
Most up-to-date funeral directors
In Calumet. Furnishings for all fun
erals. The. best livery outfits with
careful reliable drivers. Licensed eni
oalmcrs. Shea P.ros. Phone 300.
LAKESIDE FLORAL CO.
Copper Country's largest and most
modern greenhouses. All varieties of
flowers, plants, fhrubs and vines.
penutiful floral decorations for parties,
dinners, entertainments and funerals.
McCLURE AND RILEY.
Kxpcrts on all kinds of electrical
work. Lighting systems, phones In
stalied and wiring done. Agents' for the
famous Kcll Santo vacum cleaner.
Tungsten lights In your rtoro or home.
McCLU RE'S GARAGE.
Most up-to-date garage in the Cop
per Country. 1-1 tie's t ( lass of repairing
and machine work of nil description.
Agents for the world famous Mitchell
Motor Cais N. Seventh St. Phone 2'.i.
M. PAULL.
If you are desirous of getting your
money's worth In clears, fruits, can
dies and general notions try A
trial will make you one of our steady
customers. Fifth St. '
M. ALTERN,
MASSEUR.
Fifth and Oak Ft. Calumot.
For a "one rini; ihow' ours is the
l)est in the world,
, No oiiR can question our reliability,
nor the quality, workmamhip and dura
bility of our wedding rins.
All widths, sizes, weights and prices
$3.00 to $10.00.
Phillips' Saw.
David Graham Phillips, who was
murdered by a lunatic Socialist, used
to say that nlnety-nlno out of a hun
dred persons always thought a pretty
clear description of a man was to say
that he was cither tall, medium sized
or short. Tip knows a wise old coun
try man who will Ftudy the sky.
thoughtfully If you ask him what the
teniperaturo Indications ure for tomor
row, und say: "It will be either a lit
tle warmer or a little colder or about
the Bame."
No Explanation There.
Many a man' Is living within him
self merely because he requires little
room.
NORTH 41.
MISSION BILLIARD HALL.
When you have a little time to
spend drop in at the Mission Killlard
Hull. Six ioo! and two billiard tables.
P.est grade cigars, candy and cigar
ettes. C. Trudell, Mgr.
OLD RELIABLE LIQUOR DEALER.
Sunny lirook and pond Hill Itottlesl
in 1 Solid, full quart $1.00 per bottle.
These are bargain prices on this grad
of goods. Itcn I'.lum, same place, same
corner.
PINE STREET PHARMACY.
If you are looking for something:
classy In fine toilet articles or high
grade stationery stop In and see our
lines. Fresh drugs nnd candies. L
A. Lundahl, Phone 435.
RASTELLOTHE TAILOR.
Say Ja(k, "where are you ordering:
your spring suit " At J. It. Iluslello's
of course. Try him. you'll find that
his clothes will fit where others won't.
Calumet. 215 S. Gth St.
RYAN LIVERY &. UNDERTAKING.
Mst up-to-the-minute .service II n
the Copper Country. We are well sup
plied with horses and vehicles end
have competent drivers. All kinds of
funeral supplies. Phone 23
RED JACKET PHARMACY.
Large line of stationery, cigars,
perfumes, tnllct waters, combs, hair
brushes, perfumed soaps and "Oh that
candy." Prescriptions carefully com
pounded. V. Kevela, Mgr. Phone 695.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET.
Fresh fruit and vegetable always on
hand. New assortment C.enuine Cala
bash pipes will be received Saturday,
t. to $.1.T.". Ice cream, candies, pop
and sodas, filj pak St.
G. Martini A Co.
Flione S. Calumet. Mich.
WARREN JEWELRY CO.
321 5th St.
Rornian and 147 lingers Silverware,
Mbby Cilt Class. '. . W. guaranteed
rings, Hull umbrellas, Waterman Pens.
VIENNA BAKERY.
Have you tasted those great dell
clous cream puffs we make. They
melt In your mouth. These with our
lemon pies are on ;ale from 7 A. M.
until 10 V. M.: Saturdays. Phone Ml.
VIC HERMAN,
Expert Photographer.
Fifth St. rhjni 211

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