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THE CALUMET NEWS
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911.
Give him a
Conklin Self Filling
Fountain Pen
It is a practical gift he'll And
, !i th.m in stub. Medium
Vastbinder & Read BS
(Agents for Eastman Kodak Cd.)
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
at the close of business December 5, 1911.
Condensed from Statement to Comptroller of the Currency.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts . .
United States and other bonds
Premium on U. 8. Bonds
Real Estate and Fixtures
Overdrafts secured and unsecured)
Due from U. 8. Treasurer $ 5.000.00
Cash on hand and in Banka 61,427.57
LIABILITIES
Capital
Surplus
Undis ided Profits ....
Circulation
Deposits
First National Bank of Laurium
FRESH
Brussel Sprouts
Bunch Beets
Wax Beans
Cucumbers
Cauliflower
Bunch Carrots
Calif. Celery
Mich. Celery
Endive
French Endive
Egg Plant
Macfaja Grapes
Head Lettuce
Leeks
mushrooms
Green Onions
Spanish Onions
Oyster Plant
Sweet Potatoes
Farsnips
Creen Peppers
Round Radish
Squash
Florida Tangerines
38 YKARS IN
The Merchants & Miners Bank
Calum-t, Mich.
Capital - - - - $15o,ooo.oo
Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2io,ooo.oo
Stockholders' Liability - - - $150,000.00
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Che. Brits. tOOl Petrrlfiipp-e. V.-Pres't W.B. Andrreon. V -Prrt end Mgr.
SUDhrn I'eull. Cashier J. Edward Shepard. Au't Cashier
An Account may be opened with One Dollar
Storm Sash
Storm Doors
We have a large and complete
stock on hand. Order now
and be prepared for winter
Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co.
H'JBBELL
CALUMET
What Makes This
Bank Strong
Capital $100,000.00
Surplus $100,000.00
Undivided Profits $25,000.00
Stockholders' Liability . 100,000.00
1125.000 00 That amount stands between your deposit anrl any
possible loam.
Why not have. n seeounf with us? Thai is what we are bers
for. and well servo you fslth fully and well.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
LAURIUM. MICH.
practical use for, 3r, days In the
and Fine points.
STJ6.390.7D
103,560.00
3.000.03
71.400.00
330.39
66.427.57
8481.098.60
1109,000 00
25.000.00
11.602.77
100.003.00
244,495.89
8461,098.66
TODAY
Leaf Lettuce
Cranberries
Spmage
Tomatoes
Water Cress
Delicious Apples
Grimes JSclden Apples
Jonathan Apples
Tolman Sweets
Florida Grape Fru t
Florida Pine Apples
Red Emperor Grapes
BUSINESS
HANCOCK
GIVES DETAILS Of
POULTRY SHOW
OFFICIAL CATALOGUE AND PRE
MIUM LIST OF LOCAL EX
HIBITION HAS BEEN
ISSUED.
The official , a talojjue and premium
list o the rpp r Peninsula Poultry as
sociation a mulled today The tlrst
j annual show taken place in the Lau-
ium townhall January IK. 1 and 20,
j and a large entry of poultry, as well as
I attendance of exhibitors and l.-ltors
re expected.
M. J I'inmgan has been named sup
erintendent of the exhibits and J. C.
lipp of Saitlllo. !nd., one of the beat
known judxes In the eountry of poultry
will Judge the several exhibits.
The catalogue ta well gotten up and
explicit in every detail. It contain
the names of the officers of the MM
ciatlon and the executive entiimlttee,
alao the nanus of evcrv member f the
as.-.. rial: m and the breeds of poultrv
e.-o h is handling. The by-laws and
conatltntlon of the association are
it,, luded. The exhibition la OpM to
poultry breeders everywhere. No pre
mium will be paid exeeiit on standard
varieties of fowls. The uasoelutlon
will no', he responsible for loss in
transportation, fire or otherwise, but
the utmost care and attention will lie
xcrelsed in the handling of exhibits
Rlrds must aeon- more than 90 points
to win a cash prize. Should two or
more birds sc ore a tie, the one nearest
the standard weight will be declared
the winner. The aaaociation will fur-nl-h
exhibition coopa free of charge,
to all exhibitors except for turkey-,
geese or pigeons.
The premiums will be deslnned by
colored silk ribbons an follows: First,
blue; aecond, red; third, white.
Kntnea will positively close on Jan
uary ISth, 1912 at 12 o'clock noon.
The hall will be open for the recep
tion of specimens at 12 o'clock noon.
January 17 Judging will begin Jan
uary is nt 1 p. tn. at which time all
exhibits mut be in place. No exhibit
will be allowed to be taken from the
show room until January 20 at 10 p. m.
There are fourteen classes of poul
try to be exhibited as well as turkeys,
ducks and geese. These are mad- up
of American, Asiatic. Mediterranean,
Polish, Hamburg", French. English.
Game .nnd Came Hantams. oriental
Karnes and Hantanv. Oriental Hantams,
miscellaneous, turkeys, geese and
ducks.
Club ribbons will be plven by the
Huff Leghorn dub, I Hack Minorca club
White Wvandotte . bib. Silver Pencilled
Wyandotte cluh, Light Rrahtna club.
White Plymouth Rock club and 'nr
nish lub. to all members of these
child winning exhibits.
Premium Paid on Single Entries
1 Fntr.- I0.2S
2 Fntrie '0 .... ....
3 Hn'ries aO $0.2fi
I Entries 7a ,:.0 I0.2R
I Fntric 1.00 7r. .50
10 Fntrb s . . . . 1.2f. 1.00 .r,0
! Hi, tries 2.00 1.2a 100
20 Entries 2.f.0 2 00 l.r.O
Premiums Pall on Exhibition Pens
1 Kntry 10 50
2 Entries 1.00 f 0 50
3 Unifies 1.50 1.00
5 Entries 2 00 1.50 $0.50
Kntrles 3.00 2.00 1.50
I Id Fntrles 3.50 2.50 2.00
The funeral of the late Joseph Stukel
of Laurium. took place this morning
with services at St. Joseph's Slovenian
church nn.l Interment In ltke View
cemetery.
4
NO BETTER WAY TO
BREAK A BAD COLD.
::::- :
Tin- n o t effective and harmless way
to i nt, the Qrlppc or break a severe
i obi. cither In the head, chest, back,
stotnach or limbs. Is a dose of Papc's
c. M Compound every two hours un
til three consecutive doses nre taken.
V ft) will distinctly feel the cold
breaking and all grippe symptoms go
ing after the very first dose. It
promptly relieves the most miserable
i, .-lilache, dullness, head and nose
stuffed up. feverlshness, sneezing, sore
throat, running of the nose, sorem s.,
stiff m-P and rheumatic aching.
Take this harmless Compound as dl
lected. with the knowledge that tin N
1 no other medicine made anywhere
else In the world, which will cure yur
cold or end Grippe misery as prompt
ly and without any other assistance or
had a'tei -effect as a 25-cent package
of pape's Cold Compound, which any
druggist in the world can supply.
After three years' research we have
rondualvely demonstrated that qui
nine In not effective In the tn itmcnt
of colds or grippe.
MONEV TO LOAN ON REAL
E8TATE
INSURANCE
RENTALS
QUICK SERVICE
FAUCETT BROS. A GUCK.
Established 1892.
CALUMET AND LAURIUM.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Charbs Ilcusa w.nt to Baraga this
morning on business.
Mrs. Johnson Vivian and daughter.
Mis Many Vivian l i.im' gone to Chi
cago to visit.
A daughter has been born to Mr.
and Mrs. John Fabln. lv. of Hecla street
11 ei la location.
The Feast of the 1 nmaculatc Con
ception is being ohs. rd in the Cath
olic churches today
The Maxim cluh has arranged for a
skating party to b . ndueted at the
Park rink on December 22.
A, J. Wolslng exp. ts to return to his
borne at Kevvanee. 111 . early next week
after a two weeks' visit with relatives
Red Jacket.
The funeral of the late August John-
.-on. accidentally killed this we.-k whiloi'he " ' the copper country, with
at work in the Mohawk mine will take
place tomorrow fttern oon at 1 o'clock,
with services at the Mohawk M. K.
church. Revs. A. Mahatfay and T,. Held
emann officiating. Interment will be
in Ijike View cemetery.
SALVATION ARMY PROGRAM.
"Life Story of A Salvation Army Sold
ier" to be Repeated.
Arra rv-reincnts are i omph t- for the
presentation of the Lite stmy of a
Salvation Army Sohlier" at the Calu
met Salvation Ann) hall on Satur
day evening. Aa man) w ere unable to
bear tins entertainment when it waa
glvea MVeral sBO&tbS a;;o. there have
been nunnrous FOQUCSts that It he re
P Dated. The psjlssjl Mill will be as fol
lows: opening song. All Around the World.
Praer
Pain! Selection
Introductory remark.: Adjt. S msBOSJwl
MM L The Army Hall .. Pull Chorus
S ene II, The Penit nt Porni
Quartet and Knll 'horus
Scene III. The Workshop
MM IV. The Army M arch . . yaurtettc
Solo and Chorus
S cue V, The open Air Ring
Solo and Chorus
Scene VII, "Solo and Pull Chorus"
Scene VII. The iKalll Hod Solo
Boom vhi. bmmb Pun Chonu
A small admission f, c will be charged
at tiie door. It is i Kpoeto4 the nter
taininent will be a very MMMbMJ OM
and that there will he a large attend
ees' e.
GOOD PROGRAM FOR CONCERT.
Entertainment in the Centenial M. E.
Church Tomorrow Evening.
Arrangements have been made for I
concert to be held in the Centennial M.
!:. church tomorrow evening. An ex
eollent program hay bOM prepared con
BlatlOS "r slos. ie itatioiis atid ad
ih. sMs Here it i in detail:
Sons;. "All Hull Hie power.''
Prayofi Pastor.
S, lei tlon, Ki n i s.'ii'fir Quartette.
Solo, M . Stevens
Het ita'lon, A. Coomho.
So,,, 1'Yeil s.uinilry.
BeottatloOi Mist Pessie ITren.
Solo, John Da vies.
Address. Rev. Isaac Wjllcox, chair
man. Seloetinn, Kear-erge Quartette.
Solo, John Pryant.
Solo, Mr. Stev. ns.
Keeitatlon, A. 'ooinbs.
Solo, Pre, Saundry .
START PRACTICE SUNDAY.
Junior Hockey Teams to Prepare for
the Coming Season.
The He, .la. kel team of tin recent
ly organized Copper Country lloek
It awue will praeda at the Pale tra on
Sundiiy afternoon, as will all of the
other teams of the league. There are
about thirteen m n trv htg for MoitlOM
oti the Red .1 a ket team and HlOM
making the b.st showin;; In the first
few praeticos iir.rbably will be Bs4o6to4
In the permanent line-up.
The utiifornis have arrived and nre
very pretty. The Jetses are purple
with white cuffs anil collars and the
stockings are also purple. In the cen
ter of a diamond, 1 orated on the
breast of the jersey I the monogram
It. J. The out fit resembles somewhat
the uniform worn by the members of
the American Boo team In the old in
ternational profi sHlonal league.
The team Is at present without a
manager, ami it has been sugg-esteil
that Mike l.car or Jake Kaiser be se
leeted. This matter Is entirely up to
the members of the team.
The first league game will be I laved
00 Dec. It, at the Palestra.
Iaf lard, Saturday onlj
at Asseltn's.
12' cents,
8
For Over a Quarter
of a Century.
Ml
we held the reputation of
makiii' 1 1 , best Heer. and
go (1 Judges of Peer quality
still give it llrst place. Can be
hail In pii ' and quart bottb s.
Order a cose from your
dealer, or direct from tlio
tie it Ml branch.
Bosch Brewing Co.
Lake linden. Mich.
Tel. phalli in all Copper
Country towns.
ISIiPEMING ASKS
FOR GAMES HERE
M. C. A. BASKET BALL TEAM
OF THAT CITY MAY PLAY IN
COPPER COUNTRY JAN
UARY 11 AND 12.
No the Ishpeinli; Y. M. C. A. bas
ket ball team wants to come to the
Ctppcr country to play games with
the Calumet Y. M. C. A. and the M
C. M. team of Houghton. Ph-. steal di
rector AppleKUte of the Y. M . C. A. re
solved a oosnanin lotion this morning
from H. V. No man. of lshp ining,
asking that two names be arranv.ed for
the nnd- islanding that letiirn guinea
! plaed at lahpi'ining. The Ishpem
Ing team undoubtedly will be accom
modated. Tills la the second MQJMwl for games
the copper country basket ball teams
have received from iron country
ti urns, us only a tew days ago the
KnUihts of CSalMMM le.nn of Mar
quette wrote asking for games beta
and In Marquette.
Mr. Norman in Ills letter stated that
Islipeming defeated the Knights of
Columbus of Marquette by the score of
3G to 19. and that u return game be
tween these teams will be played till'
evening at Marquette.
If the games are arranged the Ish
peming team will play In the poppet
country on Jan. 11 and U. one game ii
Calumet and one in Houghton. The
Knights of Columbus team of Mur
queitc will come to Calumet and
Houghton, respectively, probably one
week later.
It is believed the games would be
strong drawing cards. All four teams
are playing the fastest kind of bas
ket ball.
CALUMET TENT K. O. T. M. M.
Officers for Ensuing Term Elected Last!
Evening.
At the regular meeting of CaklWoi
Tent. K. . T. M. M.. held last even
iin . othe rs for the ensuing term were
m looted as follows:
Past Commander Nelson Ht lunge.
Conirnandcr Joseph Harris.
I.leut. Commander- William Mills.
Hhysldan lr. A. H. Simoiison.
Finance Keeper Iiwrcnce Xcihr.
Heron! Keeper Ceorge Wright.
Master of Arms -C.eorgt lla.-.ner.
i 'hapl a in .loseph Hahn.
Sergeant .Ii l.n Jnscy.
First MMter of the Guard William
Vivian.
Second Master of the (Juard - Wil
Mam Mehelii h.
S. niinel Pat Mehelieh.
. S, an 'hrls Cane.
The oHie.-iM will be Ittttallea at the
(list lneeth g in January.
WRIGHT LECTURE TONIGHT.
Hon. Seaborn Wright, who will lec
ture in the Calumet theater this even
ing Bnder the auspices of the Im ciiui
bureau of the Y. M. C. A. arrived thin
morning. Mr. Wright Ma not an
nounei',1 the MbJOOt for Ids lecture, but
he lia.s number from which to CMMt
and Is sure to Interest and please. One
of the tealui'ea of It vining will be
select lOM by the Calumet Mixed (uar
tette. There Is a large scat sale and
the lecturer will be gleet" d by a large
audience.
Rib roast
.selln's.
d be f 1214 cents, nt An-
KEEP YOUR
QUELLO'S WINDOW
Fur
Saturday's Bargain Prices
on
M-E-A-T-S
io cts. per pound.
Fresh line of shelled Nuts. Almond-,
l'is-ans. Walnuts, KatcbO
and Love Nuts.
Fanc Table Raisins,
Golden Dat -Walnut
Hates,
Cresa Stuffed I a s s,
Cresa Klgs,
Hulk Figs.
Fresh every d ft)
Milk. Sv e. t i 'ream ' The Kind
that WhlpR."
Hirer's Cookery bags.
A. BARSANTI & CO.
' on '
C0RDW00D
MORRISON ESTATE
These Four Points
Quality, Style, Durability and Fit
can be found in our Furs
MADE IN CALUMET
Give Us A Chance to Prove This To You
Calumet-Phcne
REPAIRING AND REMODELING
STELLA REBEKAHS ELECT.
Officers Are Named for Auxiliary to
Hecla Lodge.
At the last regular meeting of the
si.-iia Ke'uU.ih lodge, oflleera for the
enduing term were selecttd as fol
low :
Nt ' l Hrand Mrs. Li ina Siaq sop
Vice Grand Miss Lottie Clarke.
Recording So n tary Mi-s Lillian
loerlng.
Treasurer Miss Lillian Curl.
Financial Se, n tary Mrs. Anna Mc
tUMk Instiict Deput;. .Mrs. Fliza McAr
thur. Mutton while S cents; mutton half.
9 cents, at Asi lins'. S
You WillFindLotsof Things
here th.it ma'.,- : y fOOd Cliristmas iifts. the kind of things that at
Useful, and at the same tlota will plea e the 0S that receives them.
A FEW
Roasters.
Car vers.
Silver Plated Knives and Forks,
Sherv.ate in oak Chests.
Ti a and Table Bp ains,
Orangi a;nl Soup BpOoaa,
Pot ke( Knlvea.
Raw rs.
Sic aia MM !;..' 01 s.
Manicure Sets.
Btlaaora In Sets,
Ai d man other articles
Keckonen Hardware Co.
CALUMET'S LEADING HARDWARE STORE.
PHONE 163.
Is Your Coal Bin Full?
The last stmin round many people without much coal on
hand. Not so much because tiny did not have t!i inoiu.v
but because a great number of people don't think to order
coal until the last piece I gone. We're going to have more
snow, so be prepared. Don't bo taught napping, order while
the streets are clear.
EDWARD
yards at
TAMARACK,
CALUMET
biumss ndiK aim uiiiisimas w
Holder Combined
Fseful and handy every week In the year. A clothes rack wit"
grejit cua ity, the arms of which may be folded dawn when not in
uae, so that it may be put away In a closet. Hy removing the pest "
makes an Ideal CHRISTMAS TREE HOLDER.
ONLY
Carlton Hardware Co.
mi
999 - Houghton
Cottcn Supplants Poppies.
In some parts of China cotton la
supplanting popples as a crop. t
of the rigid tatWI against the use of
opium.
I cans fruit. $1.00. at AsscUti's.
Ni ITICE to TAXi'A v i:::s
I will be nt the Mel. MJvtl i V
Hank every day during banking hours
comineticiiifr lrida.. Dm Stab ST flrsi for
the purpose of collei'tlng taxes for Ci.
umet Township.
16 WIHiam Laatore, Tn uun
Iimb.j whole, 12 cents; by half, 11
flits, at Asselln's. 8
SUGGESTIONS.
Harney & p.'rry Skale
Autoinohil,' SNate.i,
Tubular Sl.e I
skating Sheea,
Hod-, j Sli. Ks,
Sk'-..
Watches,
A in Mm Sad Iron",
'lash Lamps.
Chafing i MShes,
TiniIh of all kind.',
too numeious to mention.
ULSETH
COPPER CITY
5
$1.00

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