I What References
I Can You Give ?
13 A QUESTION ASKED EVERY DAY BOTH AT HOME AND
ABROAD. IF YOU ARE ONE OF OUR DEPOSITORS JUST SAY:
First National Bank
YOU DON'T HAVE TO DO OR SAY ANYTHING ELSE. YOUR
CREDIT AND CHARACTER CAN BE ESTABLISHED IN A FEW
MOMENTS IN ANY TOWN IN AMERICA. THERE IS MAGIC IN
First National Bank
( uie cream cheese, two tcaspoonfuls
of mustard, salt to taste. hitic btoek
peppor, quarter pound of boiled howi
Pass the ham twice through a chop
pint; machine, pound it thoroughly , ad
ding ono bbbleepooaful of butter and
liitic black popper. ruii(i tin- croon
chMOO with tho mustard, sail ami pep
per until all are well mixed. Spn id
thin slices of bread with this mixture
iiiBtcad f hutter. Cover one slice with
a layer pi pou ruled ham. Al.l to it two
l.ilihsi nluls of tilicly shredded piok-
!. (I cabbage. Cover with a : econd
, heeio mixture. Cut into Boot QQUoroi
Mis ore and a half cupfuls each "'
i hupp Oil peanut and walnuts will)
three heaping tabiespooniuls of mud-
'iniaise sauce. Spreail between well
buttered slices of brown bread. Or
i hop finely peeled Fnglish walnuts,
ii, oisteii with mayonnaise same, s, i
on with a pinch Of rod p ppcr, and
make Up into sandwiches.
'ut thin attooa f browo broad) but
ter them VOry lightly. Spread each
I tot llrst with aorieot jam, taking
COfO to break HP the trull so that there
lie no lumps, ihen spreail over the jam
a layer of whipped cream. Cover with
I second sli e of bread anil butti r.
i.-' liffhlly together, eul into linger,
Small eourtesicH of life M001 to bo
inlirly lost in the rush for hi
HiliiKs. The leaving Off of the little
tliirgs that c,. to make living worth
the while is well-known and recog
i laed fact to women who crave those
i i lul attentions, so easy In the giv
ing when the thought Is right,
Many men no longer consider it neo
COOOri to rise when a lad) enters the
YOU WILL RECOGNIZE
THE DELICIOUS GOOD
beer the moment you taste
it. It's a perfect fulfill
ment of Beer perfection
Order a case today
at all dealers.
TELEPHONES IN ALL
TOWNS OF THE COP
ALL STAR BILL
'I C'uni diciiii
First lesson on akntes.
room. If they proffer a chair it is
seldom dot;,, with the old-time alacrity
and a few trii. on a dtj car w ill be
OUfDcloilt to convince the vciicst skep
tic of (he truth Of OOUltOOy'l decadence.
He it said in favor of man. contin
ually on the rack regarding these
omissions, ttiat he Is by no means the
motor offender, iPoraea orbe onto?
tain win tell you of Korea of Invito
tlona to which they have never n
telid the courtesy of an acknowledg
ment -U. S. V. p." at the end of
card or note means nothing to a wo
man too thoughtless or too llibred t
take live minutes for a reply. Such
treatment of a social courtesy is an of
fense parish enough to cause the of
fender's name to be struck from tin
social list of the hostess.
The snail courtesies of woman t
woman are fully as Important 01
uiose ii "in man to woman or woman
TO REMOVE IRON RUST.
Uice as a remover of iron rust from
fabrics Is not to be excelled. Not only
d(M s it bleach the recent stain, but
even that of long standing.
BOII a cuplul ol rice In two quarts
of water for thirty minutes. Let it
stand over night and strain through
a . In i se-clot h. Soak the iron-rust
spots in tlie i n e water for lour or
five hours, ami then rinse in char
water. This will effectively rwimvi
rust stains, no matter how old.
MEN EAT SHARKS.
Tables Aie Reversed When Crew Are
Catpt s. ;. Hopper, Mat.
Cay, and six black sailon
American schooner Steptiei
abandoned lloatinK on 00
lumber off the Virginia coast
in N'ew fork on the steamship Itermu-
dlan from Bermuda, where the ship
wrecked men were landed bj UM
sieamship Cachpic, which took them
from the dismast, d schooner.
All hinds bail been without any
thing to eat and nothing to drink for
more than '' I hours w hen one day HlOJ
spied tWO man-eating sharks pursuinc.
a drifting hatch. 'I'be sharks were un
aware that there were in their vicinity
eight shark-eating men. 'ait Hupper
bent n tinker Into a hook and put u
pi. , e of rotten salt horse on the hook,
tine of the sharks hit. and was hauled
aboard and cut up and the t. nderesl
steaks of him were roosted "ii a lire
built on the deck The other parts of
tin- sb.uk were thrown to his ship
mates, who o!.i4ded them and.swain
Hwaj wee i oi k sun.
Spoke From Experience.
Farmer B was sitting in the coun
try church. He had been Working
hard in tho harvest Held; hands wero
scarce, and Farmur B was dozing.
The loud tones of tho minister lulled
to arouse tho farmer, until at length,
the time waning, the 0gd man c losed
the lids of the Blbto nnd concluded
as follows: "Indeed, my hearers, the
linrvcst !s plenteous, but the lahorvrs
are few " "Yes." exclaimed Farmer
B , "I've offered two dollars a day
for cradelcrs and can't get 'em ut
THE HOUSE OF UNEXCELLED
the Juggb r and the violinist
Pictures that are real features
The Trained Cats and Rats
JAS. H. JOHNSTONE,
Wall h for the World s Chnmpionsnip
: KEWEENAW CO. NEWS.
4 From the Ktwctuw Miner.
Woiklng towards the end of aaafofg.
ing all the possible economies In the
operation of tin- K.w.enaw central
railroad, the headquarters of that nun-
pany were moved from the Superior
National Bong Building at nam
io ine Duiiding at I'tioeinx torinrly oc
( upied as an office by the Pbonnll
Consolidated i 'upper company.
1 he force employed In the Manco' k
otllcc have removed to 1'hocnlx and Is
mmpoood of P. w. Torior. who in ad
dition to his duties as general freight
and pajajOOngOt1 anent, has assumed th
responHibilitie.s of secretary and treas
urer of the company; William I. M -
Sce who has charge of the office work
and l II. Iel(.e. all tblee beiliK con
nectod with the Keweenaw Central
atnoa its Inception.
In addition to the expenses saved bj
tianslerring tin- general olllees to
Phoenix, there Is als i the saving ef
fect el by having the general otllcc
of th mpauap odjoln that r guportn
tondewl libloMai and work bong -cn
ii ili.e i it naturally works to Increase,
economies not possible while the ton
ollice- were so widely separated, as
tii, heretofore have been.
We believe that the KeWeeliaw I '.
ii al w ill yet be made a g 1 paylne
propositi, n and if the road were one.
connected to the lake iboro tit either
ngta River, Bo grit Harbor, Copper
Harbor, or mar the slmr. of K. w.e
naw Bay near the mouth of tbe Mod
ireai nver, inere would oe a paaaenRei
banbaoni a arfcod up. that would teatl
lake care Ol mv oencil tbe winter op
eration of the mad might occasionally
Hockey League Favored.
i he word coming from Chicago, that
tbe will have no hockey league this
winter, should serve- to re-create In
tOPOOt in local hockey circles this w th
ter, as the windy city havlnu no team
should mean thnt at least three for
mer copper eOUntT) lies would he abh
to play at home the coming season
they being Itoinpf, p.oga ti and Kr.ll
Mohawk bus a team ready to play
when the season opens, thai will in
the opinion of the fans hereabouts.
Mand a mighty line chance of captur
ing the pennant if a league be form
ed. A three-team bamie u;ht t
prove a drawing ard, one team to be
made up of material from Hancoik
ami Houghton; one from Calumet and
Leurittm and one from Keweenaw
c(unty. The players available for a
Kewet.aw team would be I'ross. Mogan.
I'kslla. Williams, St. (Jeorge, Tregloiie.
Itiewer and Kins. I. and others w ho
.-how some mighty line playing points.
CbapUt ought to bo taken on by either
Porto pa Lake or Pobiniit fmnriooi. as
be is a MlgtK) line player, hut the dlf-
fereaeea afMeh arose botomog he ami
some of the local learn last season
would probnbl militate against the
best tenm work, were they to try to
play together this season.
Come now, portage Ijike and Cal
umet, wake up, and get your teams
together, and give us a chance this
winter to see some gamcH of this roy
al Canadian sport.
is just a ye
ar since the steamer
brought up on the
Kagle River or to
DO OS Wi it was just I year situ e tbe
recti occurred on Wednesday even
Bubal is left of the boat now. Some
f ur hundred foot of the forward pOr
tiOO Is settling gradually off the reel.
and It now looks aa If one or two fall
storms, which are usually pretty hard
oik s, w ill result lii the boat disappear
ing altog either. Aa tbo wreck now lies,
all that is in siht is the portion from
hatch NV, N forward, the remainder
being entirely submerged, and parts f
thai .till above water Is gradually list
i ii k lakewaid, so that the port side of
the main deck that Is the north side of
the boat, it heading down the lake, is a
little under water, char up to the up
per works of the boat.
There is very little loft of valim to
the boat now, except the steel shell,
that Utile being the windows, d ..rs,
the anchor hoists, n few wire beds,
and the fittings of several bathrooms,
and also a few radiator. Kvorythlng
oNe is pTOtty well stripped, even to the
-lass doors of some corner eupbOarda
with which the captain's and owner's
cabins wire Sttod,
Mohawk Loses Residents.
We regret to announce that several
of ,nir best known residents have de
cided to leave Mohawk. They arc Mr
and Mra William Kans, Mr and Mrs.
.lames Kills ami Thomas Tippet, who
win leave lor udiMiry, i 'annua, on
Sunday OVOBStng next.. This comes as
a surprise to a great many as tho
"Gee, ain't it Hell to be poor."
"CHECKERS" CALUMET THE
' t r
. : i
ATRE, OCT. 24.
thiei ttentkincn have been doing cx
i ellently here. The men base secured
a contract to sink a shaft in on.- .,f the
mines In the Sudbury district to a
depth of 1.000 feet and OXpOl t to do
VOn belter than th' v have b. re. Tile
departure of .Mr. Kills will weaken our
crl k. t leant somewhat a he is one of
our crack players. The many friends
ot those departing exprcm rygrct at
their determination to leave, as they
have lie. n amongst our most popular
Old Landmark Passing.
One of the old landmarks of K
aOOMOJ county is disappearing Ibis
week, that being the dd Oiff school
house, which 1h being loin down. A
part of this building was erected in
the fifties for a aehoolhouse, and was
H00d gf such until the (dd mine closed
down finally In the litter eighties. A
great many men afterward prominent
In tbe mining regions attended school
at the old scho iiiiouse ami Its lm.il
demolition will re-awaken old memor
ies of the time when what we now
know as the OM Clin" was the busi
est 004 In the whole Lake Superior
roL'inn. with its large mill force and
ureat number employed in the sawmill
and in the contract Ing business.
Mohawk Gets Cup.
Sam (Purge nnd William Trevar-
thell wi le H eighten isilor.-s lasl week
where they Went to Secure tbe Clip
which has been on exhibition at May
worm's which was awarded the Mo
hawk Advance Temple Of Honor and
Temperance for the second consecutive
year. Should the Mohawk temple win
il again a third time this year. It will
become the permanent property of the
This aug is put up and is given t I
the lodge -ecurlnu the greater propor
tionate number of D members dur
ing the year, and the fact that Mo
hawk has won It twice in succession
speaks highly for the energy and good
work dona by the members of the lo
Ann uinc. ment was made this week
of tbe forthcoming marriage of two
young Peoptf well known in falumet
The Interested parti, s are Miss Alma
Hanson of Calumet and Mr. William
Collins of Wolverine. Tne ceremony
will take nlacc on Nov. Mb at the
home "i tin' bride.
A novelty shower was given tin
bride-to-be by Mrs Leonard RautiOM
of Laurittffl on Wednesday veiling
which was larirelv attended by the
numerous friends of Miss Hanson, and
many tasteful and useful gifts were
Convention Declares Itself on
Questions of the Day.
Tbe liaptlst state, convention in an
nual session at Adrian, came straight
o the point ill snni. of tbe live ipiest
ona of the day by declaring for the
teaching of sex hygiene In the home.
the aecurina of leisure for the laboring
asses, regular Inspection of tenement
uises to guard agnlnst overcrowding.
tbe co-operation with labor unions to
. cure a rest day. the federation of all
I'hristiaii churches, protection of child
ren trout industrial expi'Miai ion.
preaching of teeloMtlism, living wages
for ovary worker of either sex. control
of worlds reeourceo lor the benent 01
ill the people, not the favored few
old age pensions, uniform divorce,
strict regulation of marriage, the sup
pression of the red-light district, thede-
Btfuotloo of whit, slavery, broad at
outlook for fur 111 life, the W rootling
of control of the gajsjoaaltiaa of life
from monopolist ie interests, ma Mini
the church and school and home the
Hue social centers, establishment of
pla grounds, civ:l service in all civil
oflirao. participation of all good men
in Hilitics, (vorkmcn'a compensation,
compulsory arbitration, the abatement
of Immoderate deatrg for gold, and the
gaining of Wealth by Christian meth
od In this country tho sum total of
damage done b injurious insects is
estimated at something more than one
Tuesday, Oct. 24
The One Best Bet of the
HENRY BLOSSOM'S MASTERPIECE
Everywhere, first under th wire
IT GOES WITH A RACER'S
TRIUMPHANT RUSH, AND
YOU SAY IT IS THE GREAT
EST OF ALL RACING PLAYS.
To be Presented Hero with the
Kirke LaShelle Production
has ever played this fascinating
character comedy in luding
in his original role of
100 People on the Stage.
All down stairs $1.50
ltahonv Circle , 75
Hox aeats 1.50
Seats on sale at IVirster's news atand
.Monday. 8 A. M.
URGED FOR COWS
CAMPAIGN FOR SANITATION IS
INAUGURATED BY STATE
DAIRY AND FOOD
Oilman M, l)ame, utate dairy and
food commissioner, has started u state
w ide njbvt ojoai Ear etnonor atoMoo and
onnpoajuontly cleaner eeara during the
aria tor won tbo, Papufj OonaoobaabNaar
. I. im.s W. Heltne is sending out a
lOttOf which sounds Just like him, urg
iiiK this sanitary measure. It is pointed
out that goring tbg winter months.
when tl ws ale necessarily kepi
witgin the barn, there is greater liabil
ity of uncleanly conditions and there
fore warning is sent out. urging the
farmers to construct stalls of a certain
kind, which will o a long araj toward
( l an I mess. The letter, which is OOP
tainly characteristic, is as follows:
"The State Dairy and I'ood Hi-
partanoaal has joined tbe nmks g
th. conservationists and will make
a strenuous effort to retain the tig
monta of got fertility on Michigan
"The deputy commissioner who
has pbafga of t he dairy and Of the
dopartnaent says thut statistics
show that there are f4,7M BtUcb
cows in Michigan. Pgggfl his ja-r-sonal
iriiservatloti he estimates that
one-half, or to be exact, 422,15. 'J
cows, w ill tie OOgdhMd hi dirty sta
bles during the coming winter, so
that each side of the cow will be
plastered with fertilizer. If, during
the coming six months two-thirds
of an ounce Of fertilizer falls from
the plastered sides of each cow per
month Into tbe milk pall (a wry
low estimate), 10.".. MM pounds of
fertilizer will be liaPPfOIIOfl from
the farms, where it rightly botOUgjB
anil ii badly need d to the
stomach of the city consumer of
milk and butter, where it will be
"In an effort to stop this loss Of
fertilizer from the farm, the de
partment has Just Issued a bulle
tin on 'Clean Cows and Cle m Sta
bles.' In this bulletin la given pic
tures, plana and apeciflcetkaea for
building a model cow stall, which
will keep a cow absolutely clean.
She cannot net dirty If she tries.
The stall is not patented. Any
farmer can build it. It is the cheap
est stall made. It has been used
many years by ex- Pwernor Hoard,
OdltOf of Hoard's Poll J) moo. I x-
Qovornor Warner, Cotoo c. LUHo
and many ther pn niim-nt dairy
men, so it is a practical success.
Any farmer who writes to the
State Hairy and I'ood department
at Lansing can get a copy of this
hull tin. giving full particulars for
building this stall."
STATE WOMAN'S CLUBS.
Michigan Fereration Compares Favor
ably W;th Other State.
one of the comprehensive reviews
of the vrork nooompnobod during tbo
vear by the Michigan federation of
woman's clubs w is presented by the
preeldent, Mrs. Lucy White Williams,
RED JACKET BUSINESS
A. F. MENZEL INSURANCE.
Everyone should carry some Insur
ance. Ufe In.- ui an e Is a safe guard
that men should have, (let In a good
company when you lnsnire. A. F. Men
zel 1-4 Quello Huildlng.
A. FAHLEN JEWELER.
Dealers in high class watches,
clocks, hllvervvare. Iln- china, cut pot
tery and oilo a brae. We can supply
your every demand. We make glasses
thnt are guaranteed to fit your eyes
Two barbers at the shop with the 4
"WE CAN DO ANYTHING"
Art Myers, Prop.
BRACC0 Th'E BAKER.
The best people In Calumet use our
bread because It is the best they can
buy. All our bakery goods are baked
fresh every day. Try our Italian
CLOTHES Ft R MEN.
Our new spring and summer line, the
latest novelties ' Imported and domes
tic fabrics await your early consider
ation. Goods bought from us give sat
lei .i, UOts, BonbOl & Stcrk. (ak & 7th.
The wise man is always w. II Iressed
because he geta the best selection by
ordering early In the season. Spring
styles now in. Pressing and repair
ing. Matt Chop, phone 63J.
P. H. 8CHUMAKER MEATS.
We enrry an Immense line of fresh
iiMAts, ilsh, game and oysters with
which to please our customers. Spe
cial attention and prompt delivery glv
en to all phon orde rs. Phone 4.
WHO'S YOUR TAILOR?
We are turning out a great number
of suits for fall, have we your order?
We know how to build a suit that Is
stylish. Cleaning, pressing and repair
ing. Julius Ozanich. Cor. Elm & 7th Bt,
McCLU RE'S GARAGE.
Most up-to-date garage In the Cop
per Country. Finest clars of repairing
and machine work of all description.
Agents for the world famous Mitchell
Motor Cora N. Seventh St. Phono t.
in her n port to the convention in le
tloit. which showed thut while the
growth of the organisation had t.. . ti
slow, it had been very steady and con
t ranted with that of other slat..- . BJ
favorably; New York bads in iz ol
membership ami that state also, the
president showed, had developed an
organisation known as the Farmers'
Wives Reading club, to adjOM Inter
pnse the Michigan federation's atten
tion was called.
The ork svaoonaplnabod ab ng the
line of civics, public health. piildic
baths and playgrounds and for the
m-hools ill the year has been great, but
attention was called to the hamper
ing effect that tbe limited funds at
the disposal of tile organiasat log en
tailed. "Tbo growth and scope of the fsl-
ratlon was increased." said Mrs. Wil
liams, "without bringing an Increase
in the dues ami It is for this conten
tion to take sonic action regarding
the increasing of these dues. BO that
our work may advance. Push and
pluck are needed in our work, for the
federation is a factor in the future
development of the slate. The club
must take care of the ordinary
things; extraordinary things take care
of themselves, arid as some one has
stated, what most med is caaaaaaon
sense. YVe have sufficient of other
Mrs. Kate V. Knglish, for the leg
islative committee, presented an un
ique report which did not spare i . r
taln dellnouent workers on her force.
""The amount of work done was
enormous.'' she aald, "amount nOOOBg
pished some, active workers on the
committee, 11; inactive workers, foir.
Her report showed the amount of leg
islation attempt, d, 1.055 bills being
brought before the stale legislature, of
which some ;!.",:: were passed. Am ng
those was that which now pernni.-
wotneii tj vote for school officials; that
which gives women their right to
their own earnings; the one which for
bids messenger boys on the street
from io at night to 5 In the morning;
two laws for conservation and that lo
give indigent parents assistance so
that children will be kept in schools.
The speaker referred to the work
done on this latter as most thor
ough, clean, conservative lobbying."
"A backbone is more Influential than
a wish bone. " she continued, "for if
the public support on these measures
undertaken by the f deration is to be
solicited it must be based on accur
ate Information. Will the women of
Michigan be content to sit In com
modious, comfortable club rooms, dis
cussing the morals and times Of Ne
ro, while children serve as messengers
or bar-maids in our state?"
Opposed to Votes For Women.
Mrs. Philip N. Moor. , pres.. I. nt of
tbe National I'ederatioti Of Women's
clubs, who is in Detroit attending the
State PaderatklU convention. ,s not in
sympathy with votes for women. In
an Interview she -aid:
"I wish women were got asking for
the ballot. 1 wish there were another
way for them to accomplish directly
aribnl the are doing In indirect ways
now. but there's no denying it, the
)est Women In the land seem to want I
the ballot, to feel that it is their right
anil then is no use lamenting it the
ballot will be theirs gOOah very soon.
In my opinion It only means doubling
the vot we now have doubling th.
good vote of good people and that
other Onto which is not g I. How
are things going to be remedied in that
way ? 1 can't sec how, although I ad
For a fine HOT ROAST BEEF
SANDWICH or a HOT LUNCH call at
MIKE CROWLEY'S PLACE
Cor. Portland and Sixth Street.
Fire, accident and plate glass Insur
ance. Real l -t ite and loans. We re
OPOOtlloly soll.lt your business. See us
before purchasing real estate. W.
Stannard. Agent. John R Leary. Mgr.
HOCKINQ AND CO.
Exclusive styles in union suits. We
are ole agenta for the Superior Union
Suits. They AL We have them In
fall length. Athletic nnd Poroa-Knlt
$1.00 to $5.00 per suit.
JACOB KALLIO UNDERTAKER.
Careful and efficient work la our
motto. The most considerate attention
given to all cases. Lady embalmer al- I
ways In attendance. Phone orrtera ta-
ken both day and night. Phone 98-1R
GOWAN MILLINERY CO.
Have on display a complete and
beautiful line of Ladies' and Misses'
Pattern and Ready to Wear hats f
fall. 7th & Oak Sts.. Calumet. Mich
BASEBALL. SCORES EVERY DAY.
Firat-clam fcJuropean hotel. Buffet
connection. In business section gf
Bed Jacket. Cor. 6th and Oak Sts. M.
Bandet tint. Prop.
LIVERY AND UNDERTAKING.
Most up-to-date funeral directors
In Calumet. Furnish lng.4 for all fun
erals. The best livery outfits with
careful reliable drivers. Incensed em
oalmere. Shea Broa. Phone 100.
LAKESIDE FLORAL CO.
Copper Country'a largest and moat
modem greenhouses. All varieties of
flowere. planta. shrubs and vines
Beautiful iloral decorations for parties
dinners, entertainment and fun
McCLU RE AND RILBV
its on all kinds of ei.ctii, i:
work. Lighting systems, phones In
stalled and wiring done. Agents for the
famous Kelt fanto vacum cleaner.
ITungaten righto In your store or home.
You can save coa
idrrable aerurr brt
uualily if you go to
Milwaukee and see
he enagnilurnt ci
dibit of futhionable
uf at Keckmeyef a.
We five you better
vulura than ii potfcible
k . Hie (HO H llf If
. 1st- because we do
such a liemrndoui tut
l.ukinrM lUt- lurici'tl
of any fur house in
, the Northwest. We
b use only tbe clioic
A complete line of
S fine fur gar
mm It for street
dies' i oats ssil small
Also a complete line
oi automobile coats
cape, robes, etc.
Prompt aad care
lul attention givrn
lo reinodrliua anJ
Furriers and Importera
101 Wisrnnsin Stff't Mih
n It tbC Ju tieo of the claims of women
i. Im considered citizens in every senso
of the word. As for the woman movement-it
is the determining factor in
tile civilization of the future the world
over. Nothing can stop It."
It seems that u lawyer Is something
of a carpenter. He can file a bill,
spilt a hair, chop logic, dovetail an ar
gument, make an entry, get up a case,
frame an Indictment, impanel a jury,
put them In a box. nail a witness,
hammer n judge, bore a court, shave
a note, "grind an axe," chisel a client,
and other like things.
When You Should
J. B. Rasrello
When y on are In need of a new
suit of cloth- s. fog business use,
for traveling, for parties, and for
When you ne. an overcoat,
when your clothes needs press
ing, cleaning or repairing.
nir workmanship is tnsur
passable ill all it? branches of
J. B. RASTELLO
Cor. 5th and Portland.
2nd Moor, orenstein Bldg.
Meet me at Paul's Confectionery
St,,!.- for a dish of delicious Ice Cream.
Fresh California Frulta and a fine line
of Candles at low prices.
North 6th Str.
OLD RELIABLE LIQUOR DEALER.
Sunny Brook and Bond Hill Bottled
In Bond, full quart $1.00 per bottle.
These are bargain prlcea on this grade
of goods. lien lilum, aame place, aatna
OF SUITINGS AND OVERCOATING
J. B. RASTELLO,
' r. nstein Bldg., 5th St.
RYAN LIVERY A UNDERTAKING.
Mast up-tc-the-mlnute aervlce Un
the Copper Country. We are well sup
plied with horses and vehicles and
have comp-tent drivers. All kinds of
funeral supt-llea. Phone 25
tt ' i.m i aai 1 L-aa
321 5th St.
Gorman and 1847 Rogers Stlverwara,
Llbby Cut Glass, W. W. W guaranteed
rings. Hull umbrellas. Waterman Pena.
PATRONIZE HOME BAKERY.
Pee that you pet oread that is made
In your home town. It Is always fresh
er. We bake every day. Phone us your
VIENNA BAKERY. P .11
Fifth 8L Pte.no Ub
There never was a time when the
rotTcc mark, t run higher than at pre,
ent our main object Is to give our
patrons satisfaction in both price and
qoajttp. Call and look over our gooda
and be convinced. Grand Union Tea Co.
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