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THE CALUMET NEVfl.
... . . FACE FIVB. ' z It's Easy To Do Busi-1 z ness With Us. People art apt to think that ther. I. some myttery .bout tha Banking busi na and that it is Hard to understand Bank's methods and to conform to its Rules, but its not so at ? Y ? t ? ? ? ? First National Bank i OF CALUMET "V NEWS PROM The; following news Items from Corn vail will bo road with Interest by our Cornish readers; Another fatality has to be recorded In connection with, the mining Industry at St. Agnes, n young mail named Martin having been aeeldenlally killed in Wheal Kitty and PcnhuMs Mine on Thursday. , lHceaned and Ills purtrn r, a n,an named Pcarce, signalled to lie pulled up to a certain level, where they left some of their tools. The "up" signal was reported to have been given, but It appears that there must have been Home misunderstanding, as tho engi neer, instead of pulling them up, low ered them, it Is alleged, into several feet of water. The engine was, however. Immedi ately reversed, but somehow deceased's hps were partly hanging out over the ttklp. The result was that he was caught against some timberings, and received injuries that terminated fatal ly. Mrs. (loyne, wifs of Mr. Isaac (Soyne, of St. Agnes, who recently returned from Amerlcn, committed suicide at ft. Agnes on Saturday. The husband left the house to pick blackberries, nnd on his return he could not find his wife, lie made a search and was horrified to 'find her hanging in an outhouse. One end of the rope was held in her hand, and her feet were Just clear of the floor. 'At an inquest held by Mr. Cnrlyon on the same day, the Jury returned a verdict of "Suicide, the state of mind of ;-deMised 'not lieing-' known.'" The husband, In Ills evidence, said he never noticed any depression In his wife, who did her usual business that morning, and was apparently In licr usual health. Considerable alarm was occasioned in Tucklugmlll and neighborhood at about 8:30 a. in. on Thursday by the Hounding of the fire syren at the fuse works of Messrs. Itonnett, Sons, nnd Co., at Roskear. A small outbreak had, from, an un- Beer touches the right spot. It quenches the thirst and invig orates the whole system . . Sold In Tints and Quarts by All Dealers ORDER A CASE TODAY if Scheuermann Brewery g M Telephones in oil Copper Country icwns w GROWN tl THEATER STILL IN THE LEAD SHAW - COLEMAN In their slang classic BACK TO MISSOURI GERTRUDE SEKY THE MAID OF MYSTRY 3000 FEET SPECIAL FEATURE FILM I PICTURES CnANUt tv-a THURS, SAT., SUNDAY B L. , J z z z z z V z z Z z z I z Y CORNWALL known cause, commenced In what Is known as the "black varnishing room." A good deal of smoke, caused by burn ing fuse, was Issuing from this part of the factory,, and this gave tho im pression that the tire was of a much greater magnitude that It really was. On hearing 'the alarm the factory hands, who are well disciplined in fire drill, were soon safely assembled in the yard, and the works brigade, promptly on the scene of the outbreak, extinguished the fire In a short time. The building itself was undamaged, and work was resumed In an hour after the alarm. At St. Ives police court on Wednes day, four lads, whose ages range from ten to thirteen, were summoned for breaking open and stealing the con tents (money and chocolate) of sever al chocolate machines on the 8th Inst. All the boys pleaded guilty, Mr. Regi nald House prosecuted on behalf of Mr. Edward Daniel. lessee of the slot machines. Mr. Daniel stated that about 10 p. on tho 8th Inst, witness visited several of the machines and put 3 worth of chocolate In them. The machines were In perfect working order then, and the next morning about live o'clock ho again examined them and found that several had been broken oien by means of a largo stone. The cash door on each machine had been smashed and the money and chocolate extracted The damage amounted to about 5. The Mayor remarked that It was mini oooiiKaiiism in noys so young was stopped.- It was a shame such lit tle boys should be allowed to stay out so late. He hoped t lie parents would look after them better in future. One of the lads was ordered to receive six strokes with the birch, and the par ents of the other lads undertook to chastise them. The parents were also hound over to be answerable for the children's good behavior for twelve months in the sum of C5. We announce witli regret the death of Mr. John R. Dan MI, of the well- known linn of Messrs. Daniel 1 and Thomas, solicitors, of Camborne, which occurred early on Wednesday morning. The late Mr. Danlell, who was 71 years of age, had suffered of late years from heart trouble, and attacks of this uould leave him for some time In a comatose state. It was one of these attacks, from which he did not recover consciousness, that resulted in his death. Mr. Danlell was at his odice as recently as Monday last, while on Frl day evening, apparently In his usual health, he was in his position as Clerk to the Urban Council. On Thursday he enjoyed the drive at the annual In spe-ctlon of roads In connection with that body. Of a family which had been in Cam borne for generations, the late Mr, Danlell was the son of the late Mr John Danlell, of Part-bracket and after wards of polstrong. He married Mary Emily, daughter of the late Dr. Smith, and a sitter of Sir George Smith, anil for some time resided at polstronir. When his wife elied about tw;lve ycarfc ago, lie went to live at "Ilosiew," where he died. There were lie; children of the marriage, and Mr, Danlell leaves no near relatives. Deceased, who was ip his early days it keen sportsman, hod for a long per? GRAND Th Home of HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE (L f Where Evrryhody eir Marie Yuill and Bobby Boyd assisted by Tida Roach COMING THURSDAY BABY TINT TOMMY P71YME The Youngest Vaudeville Team in the World. ld been actively Interested In many phases of the public life of the town. Ho was CU rk to the Urban Council from its cremation, and previously to tho old Local Hoard, and up to his death was clerk to the East Pcawlth magistrates, having held the otllce since the death of the-late Mr. Corn ish. He was clerk also to the Commis sioners of Tuxes, and chairman of tho Camborne Laundry and Hosting Com panies. Keenly Interested In agriculture and its associated Industries, he was un active member of the East Pcnwltli Agricultural Exchange. In politics he was a staunch Conservative. He was of a genial und obliging disposition, and among all classes was well liked. HERE AND THERE. The belfry tower of the baslflca of the Sacre Coeur Is he-ginning to near comple tion behind the dome of the sac red edifice. When Mnlshcl it will dom inate Hurls from a total height of 218 meters. The tower itself, 93 meters hlh, stands on the highest point of Montntartre at an altitude of 12Z me ters. Its completion will bring to a close the most important construction in church architecture which has be-en undertaken for about a century. From Le Figaro. The hot summer will bring us erne blessing, the best vintage recorded for years. The heat h is not only helped to mature the grapes thoroughly in all the wine districts but it has destroyed most if the ebnoxo!ous insects. The ;uantity will he that of an ordinary good year. The champagne people look forward to a vintage that will surpass In excellence that ef 1S93, and the Hurgundy wines will be remarka ble. The Hordeaux vitlculturists also anticipate a rich quality for this year, with a bouquet that will compare fa vorably with the best. The south Is quite enthusiastic, and announces that its "ordinary" will be fit to bo elrank by millionaries. Paris letter, London Telegraph. Seventy guests banqueted on a sin gle pie at Gorhston, and there was plenty to spare when they had finished. The pie'liad a three-lnch crust and weighed a hundredweight and a half. It was made In three sections of water tight compartments and each hold had a substantial bulkhead ef crust. Its interior was packed with six rabbits, six kidneys, twenty-eigh pounds of beefsteak and potatoes, turnips, car rots and sprouts. The sea pie, as It Is called, Is boiled not baked, and Its builder, Skippe-r Harnian, made the cooking process an eight hours' watch. This three decker provide! a savory meal which more than satisfied the guests, and its wrecked and dismantled hull provided ten gallons ef exce llent soup that was gladly welcomed by the poor of Goricston. London Sketch. The new French cabinet is one of young men. The average eif their ng-s is only 4S, and with one cxceptionnoTie of the ministers is more than CO. The rxce-ptlon is the foreign minister, M. De Selves, who Is C3 years old. The youngest member Is M. Hesnard, head of the finance department. He is only 32 years old. The prime minister, M. Caillaux, al though he looks a good deal oleic. Is Just 4S. After M. De Selves the three eddest ministers are M. Delcasse, M. Patns. the ministe-r ef agriculture, and M. Dujardin Rcauniotz, the under sec retary of state for the fine arts elepart ment. Each of these three Is 59 years eld. Hut M. Couba, n-.Inlster of commerce. Is only 4."; tho minister ef labor and tlio postmaster general are 41; the minister ef finance and tho minister f public Instruction, 43, nnd the minis tcr eif war, M. Messimy, is tnly 42 Hears old. M. Loburn, colonial minis ter is 40; the under secretary of state for the homo fllee, 3d, and his col league of the finance department, M Hesnard, is, ns I have said, Just 32. The new minister of commerce. M Couyba, Is very well known ns a poet. For years he wrote songs and sang them himself In . the Montmarto cub nrets under tho n;me of Maurice Ilou- kay. . Also, os long ago ns 1 ROT. he wrote a fairy play in verse for the Chnuflet theater. He has published several volumes eif songs nnd Is the Author ef three or four novels. He will find the dry and dusty weirk at the ministry of commerce a good deal of a change. Paris letter London Ex press. TAXES AND TORTURE. The Duke of Alva's "Tenth Penny" That Caused Riots In Spain. One of tbe most absurd and tyran nical measures of taxation that were ever Imposed upon a people was that ordered by the despotic Duke of Alva, prominent In the history of Spain up to 1582, when he died. For six years be was governor gen eral of tbe Netherlands and levied a tax colled tbe "tenth penny," or 10 per cent, upon every artlclo of mer chandise, to bo paid as often as It should be sold. lie assessed real and personal property 1 per cent, to be paid Instantly and collected once, and on every transfer of reulty be exacted 0 per cent. Every ono In tbe land, excepting Alva himself, perceived how utterly ridiculous a scheme It would prove. but be persisted In enforcing tbe rule. Tbe towns rebelled, and examples by dozens were mndo of refractory sub jects, who were tortured to death, but to no purpose. Finally Philip II.. the Spanish king. was petitioned, and a temporary com promise was effected by which the towns were to pay $ 2.000.000 an nually for tbe two succeeding years. until August, 1571. COiNJNtNGLAND PROSPERITY OF THE U. S. IS HELPING TO MAKE COOD TIMES IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES. Tho people In 'England, particularly those living In the mining districts in tho vicinity of Cornwall, are being greatly benefitted by the prospe-rity In America, according to the observa thins of John Penglase und Captain Alfred, of Ishpemlng, who have ur rlveel home from u visit to their na tive land. , Mr. Penglase was ten years of age when he left EnglanJ, but Messrs Colllck and Thomas were older when they came to America. It was the second time that Mr. Penglase had been back slnco he left there forty six years ago, his previous trip iiuv Ing been made about twenty-two years ugo. Spe-uklng of the Industrial condi tions in tho mining regions of Eng land, Mr. Penglase stated that he did not believe the people of England have ever been more prosperous. There Is plenty of work for ull classes, und be sides a great deal of money Is being received from relatives who are now located In America, Smith Africa and other foreign countries. Willie there he talked with one of the bankers and was advised, that a great deal of mon ey that the weirklng classes of Eng land have deposited In the hanks ha come from foreign countries, partic ularly America and South Africa. Thousands of men from the mining regions of Cornwall ore located in America and South Africa and many of them are doing exceptionally well The 'bunker ulso stated that there never has been a time in his re-col lection when so much money hu been received by the old folks ut home from Rims and other relatives in tho United States as lias been coming in the past few years. The banker com mented on the fact that the working classes In America must be enjoying great prosperity. He said the banks in England now have gre-ater reserve deposits from the working classes than ever before in their hi y. Mr. Penglase said that wr the working classes ef the Cornwti. lis trlcts are receiving bette-r pay than for some years past, their wages do not comparo with the wages in tnis country. He found no indications of poverty anywhere. The Ishpemlne pe-ople visited their birthplaces and met a great many old friends, and also many who had been In tho Lake Superior country. The Ishpcming men visHed every Important point In England, also several of tae other lor elgn countries. ... They were well pleased to find the stars and stripes greatly in evllence In England. Mr. Penglase said the American emblem could be seen flying from many of the buildings nnd 'S pecialiy hotels where American tour ists were making their headquarters. A gre-ut many Americans, are touring England this year in automobiles, all of them displaying the American flag. BASEBALL) I STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. National League. W. L. Pet. Xew York . 77 4G .C2i? Chicago 76 48 .613 Pittsburgh .76 r.C .570 Philadelphia C'.t 57 ..r4s St. Louis C6 C2 .5H Cinclnnatl 58 C5 .47- Hrooklyu 50 75 .400 Hoston 33 it 3 .2C2 American League. W. L. I'ct. Philadelphia KG 45 .65fi Detroit 79 52 .C03 New York 70 C2 .530 Cleveland ...f.9 CI .531 Chleago C5 f.7 .493 Hoston Ct (is .4S5 Washington 5(5 7fi .427 St. Lejuis 38 91 .2SS YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. R. II. E. Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 5 0 Chicago 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 02 8 0 Hattcrlcs Fronime, Hoyd and Mc- Ican, Clarke; Keulbach and Ne-edham. It. II. E. Philadelphia . . .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 x 3 8 2 Brooklyn 00 0 0 00 0 0 11 8 0 Hatterles Curtis and Carter; Schardt and Erwln. New Yerk-Heston game postpone-d; ruin. American League. It. H. E. Washington ....! 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 x1 6 3 Hoston , 10000000 01 6 4 Hutte-ries Johnson and Stre-et; Kushclman nnd Williams. R. II. E. St. Louis 00 3 0 0 0 1 1 16 12 4 Strength Counts in all life's affairs. Strength comes of pure blood ; pood blood comes when stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels are kept in proper condition by a little care and CHAOS'S SoU Everywhere. la beaee 10c. am! 25c. P ILLS Chicago 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 7 11 2 Hatterles Nelson, Lake and Clarke; Walsh. Hovlik. Scott und Ulock. Se-e oiid game , I. 1 1. E. St. Louis 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 6 2 Chicago 1 0 0 00 1 02 6 0 Hatterles Hawk and Stephens; Hovlik tend Hlock. R. H. E. New York .....1 0 0 1 0 0 0 03 5 10 0 Philadelphia ..24003003 012 17 . 0 Hatterles Vaughn, Quina and Hlulr; Lender und Themias. American Association. Minneapolis, 7; Kansas City, 3. Milwaukee-St. Paul; rain. Columbus 5; Toledo, 1. ANIMALS OF THE BI3LE. Special exhibits representative of all the unlniula, plants, miiiciuli and pre cious stones mentioned li the I'.ihle may be Inspected at the National His tory museum in Cromwell road, South Kensington. A guide to the exhibition, published by tho museum authorities, gives in-tere-stlng notes em animals whose ident ity is eftcn mistaken owing to irrors in translation and inadequate knowl edge of natural history when tho au thorized version was cennpihd. Thus the badger of Exiwius xvl, 14, Is really u variety of porpoise or dol phin, the wild goat referred to in Job is probably the Sinaitlo Ibex, and tho animal described as Die chamois in Deuteronomy is conjectured to be an Afrkan or Asiatic variety eif sheep. The coney, too, which is commonly thought to be a variety eif rabbit, is really a small animal culled the Syrian hyrax not a rodent at ull, but a dlst- The Important v Problem confronting anyone In need of a laxa tlve is not a question of a single ac tion only, but of permanently bene ficial effecte, v.hlch will follow proper efforts to live in a healthful way, with the assistance of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, whenever It is re qulrsd, as It clcansc3 tho system gently yet promptly, without irritation and will therefore always have tho preference of all who wish the best of family laxatives. Tho combination has the approval of physicians because it is known to bo truly beneficial, and because it has given satisfaction to the millions of well-informed families who have used it for many years past. To get it beneficial effects, always buy the genuine manufactured by the California FIs Syrup Co. only. RED JACKET BUSINESS A. F. MEN2 EL INSURANCE. Uveryone should curry some insur anco. Lifo Insurance la a safe guard that men should luive. Get In a good company when you Insure. A. 1 Men itel 1-4 Quello Building. A. FAHLEN JEWELER. Dealers ' In high class watches, clocks, fcllverware, fine china, cut pot tery and "otlo a brae. Wo can supply your every demand. We niako glasses that arc guaranteed to fit your eyes. Two barbers at the shop with the 4 magic words -WE CAN DO ANYTHING" Art My er, Prop. CALUMET GRANITE WORKS. Manufacturers of all kinds of granite and marble monuments. Cemetery work of any de-soriptlon made to order. Wo are agents for the famous Wiscon sin Granites. Cor. Oth and Oalt St. 'en Work Executed to order. H. A. Don, Lsurium, Box 982, BRACCO THE BAKER, Tho best people In Calumet use our bread hecauee It Is the test they can buy. All our bakery goods aro baked freeh every day. Try our Italian breud. CLOTHES FOR MEN. Our new spring and summer lino, the lates! novelties of imported and domes tic fabrics await your early consider ation. Oooda bought from us givA sat isfaction. Dachor A Bterk, Oalt & 7th. HOSKING ELECTRIC CO. Agents for tho New Columbia Mul tiple Battery, The newest and best on the market for ignition purposes. Either for automobile or gasoline boats. Try one and be convinced. FASHIONABLE TAILOR. Tho wise man Is always well dressed because he gets the best selection by ordering early In the season. Spring styles now In, Tressing and repair ing. Matt Chop, Thone flJJ. P. H. SCHU MAKER MEATS. W carry an Immense line of fresh meats, fish, game and oysters with which to please our customers. Spe cial attention and prompt delivery giv en to all phone orders. Thono 46. SAN FRANCISCO MARKET. Fresh fruit and vegetable always on hand. New assortment Qtnu!m Cala bash pipes will bo received Saturday, J 2 to $5.75. Ice cream, candles, pop and oJ?.. 113 Oak BU i ir n ii h iU0llSandO0MIJ 6 Bcaiiiful Rooms. KaKmg a Complete Any Ooe Sheet pi L'"i;',t't MAPbFLAf The Wheat 15c at Your Grocer's imm$ wSm mtm fATLNT I'LMll.NU TiUu m l bwtm rupiritliWO, ml. Uiiuic tuuU Cu A MINIATURE VIEW OF MAPLE SISTERS' SIX-ROOM DOLL HOUSE Th boute it 29 iachct long and 20 Ucba hitrti Mothers and Children The friiim'wr.rk of tlio hnut to muilit of ! Mil.-Hnko p.irkuwa (lllttllT tlio h. lit nr tlm (Viral. Tim r;ill .ut iiml tliu 1IIh ami furni ture Hru rut fri'in twelve h la, iik liaiui il und lttxl licnwilli. (Hera million of tlii'wt l.-iiutl-ful "Miiln hiKlcru" flux I of wall .iT, ilolU niul furniture to niako tlio !!! Iioiim', nro la tliu hum! of tliu !xi.t I'mrrmovrr) wlii ro. n-inly tn deliver freo to umth of Mn'l r lukn ami Miil-('urn FlnkeM. Ak if vnu ilu nut tlieiu. Tliey nro wipurutw (rem tho fixul. If onr tinicor mnmit KiiH"ly you, wrllo to tliu Miipl Kluko Mills, Hull h I' reek, WieLiun, iciviug liia mi mo unl udilruna. Mapl-Flcke h the Best Food in the World Today Show your grocer thia advertisement and he will give you one doll hect with e&ch package of food during tho month of July and August ant diminutive relative of the- e -leplrint, its toes terminating in breiad luxif like nails. "One of t ho most unfortunate trans lations In the Bible," says the ffuitle Imiik, "la the use of the wend 'ferret' In Leviticus, where a lizard-like rep tile Is probably meant. Hut tho doubt on the mibjeet Is indicated by the fact that 'hedgehog' and 'toad' have also OTE OLSOM ESTATE SCOTT ST. CMJUflBT MICH. TELEPHONE For a fine HOT ROAST BEEF SANDWICH or a HOT LUNCH call at MIKE CROWLEY'8 PLACE The Majestio Cok. Portland urrd Sixth Street. INSURANCE. Fire, accident and plate glass Insur ance. Heal Estate and loans. We re spectively solicit your business. See us beforo purchasing real estate. W. I Stannard, Agent, John U. Leary, (Mgr. - HOCKINQ AND CO. Exclusive style in union suits. We are sole agents for the Superior Union Suits. They fit We tiave them In full lenirth, Athletlo and l'oros-Knlt. $1.00 to $5.00 per suit. JAC03 KALLIO UNDERTAKER. Careful and efficient work Is our motto. The most considerate attention given to all cases. Lady embalmer al ways In attendance, 1'hone orders ta ken both day and night, phone 98-1 K. GOWAN MILLINERY CO. We ore selling our entire stock of TRIMMED HATS at 4 OFF. This sale is genuine and offers a special op portunity to purchase midsummer hats at bargain prices. HOTEL MICHIGAN. BASEBALL SCORES EVERY DAY. First-class European hotel. Iiuffet connection. In business section of Hed Jacket Cor. 6th and Oak Sts. M. I'.andcttlnl, Prop. LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING. Most up-to-date funeral directors In Calumet. Furnishlngj for all fun eral The best livery mitflts with careful reliable drivers. Licensed eni- balmcrs. Shea Ilros. Phone 800. LAKE8IDE FLORAL CO. Copper Country's largest and most modern greenhouses. All varieties of flowers, plants, shrubs and vines. P.eautlful floral decorations for parties dinners, entertainments and funeral. McCLURE AND RILEY. Kxpcrts on all kinds of electrical work. Lighting systems, phones in stalled nnd wiring; done. Agents r the famous Ke.ll Santo vacum cleaner. Tunpsten lights In your store or home. McCLURE'S GARAGE. Most up-to-date g.irago In the Pop per Country. Finest rlafs of repairing and machine werk of all description. Agents for the world famous Mitchell Motor Cars N. Seventh St. Phone 29. READ TODAY'S NEWS TODAY IN THE CALUMET NEW. .:-u . .,. owse House also aCarn With Two Paclaf e i The Corn 10c at Your Grocer tfmM IT 5ic( Room Namm 1 NL'KSKKY- Dolls nnd Furniture. 2 Nt'KsKkY-Wall l'ati.T. 3 K1TCH KN Dolls. 'Wall lioim ami Furniture. 4 UAK.M-Dolls, Wall Piece ami Furni ture. 5 LI VI NO ROOM-Dolls and Furniture, fi I.IVIN'ei ROOM-Wall l'lipe-r. 7 HKD kOt)M Doll nmt Furniture. 8 UK I) KOOM Wall 1'aper. 9 DININci ROOM-llolli ami Furniture. 10 I MX I Nt ROOM Wall i'lint-r. 11 HATH ROOM-Dolli ami Furniture 12 11ATU ROOM Waill'apcr. been Buggefctt-d as the proper render- L-mK-" liibllcal plants, minerals und precious stones afford fewer instances 'of error than is the caae with the animals. London Express. For Cire-at Lritaln's absolete cruiser IletributUm, built in ISS'.l, at u cost ef $U30.0(0. th sum of lls.000 was recent ly realized by auction at Portsmouth. NORTH 4V. DIRECTORY Meet me at Paul's Confectionery Store for a dish of delicious Ice Cream. Fresh California Fruits and a Cne line of Candies at low priced. MIKE PAUL, North 6th Str. OLD RELIABLE LIQUOR DEALER. Sunny Urook and ltotid Hill Ifottled in Llond, full quart $1.00 ar bottle. These are bargain prices on this grade of goods. Men Lslum, same place, same corner. FALL SHOWING OF SUITINGS AND OVERCOATING J. B. RASTELLO, The Tailor, Orensteln P.ldg., Dth St. RYAN LIVERY & UNDERTAKING. Mest up-to-the-minute Iservlce ln the Copper Country. We are well sup plied with horses and vehicles and have competent drivers. All kinds of funeral supplies. Phone IS- G. Martini & Co. Calumet, Mich. Phone 8. WARREN JEWELRY CO. 321 6th St. Gorman and 1847 Rogers Silverware, Llbby Cut Glnr. W. W. W. guaranteed rings, Hull umtirellas, Waterman Pens. PATRONIZE HOME BAKERY. Sec that you get bread that Is made in your home town. It Is always fresh er. Wc bake every day. phono us your next order. VIENNA BAKERY, Phono 511. VIC HERMAN, Expert Photographer. Fifth St PfaK.ii ill M. ALTERN, MASSEUR. Fifth and nk St. CalumeL GRAND UNION TEA CO. Peglnning June 17th we will give a good sized hammock with one pound of basing powder. Also a pretty sweet pea vase with 50 ce.nts worth of our soap. WEDDING INVITATIONS. 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