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' SATURDAY, MARCH 30. 191?.
PAOE EIGHT RexaSI Larkspur Lotion For use in the home where there are children, who at school or elsewhere are con tinually being: exposed to in fection by vermin. 25c the bottle .if Vastbinder & Read THE REX ALL STORE. OUR MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED. SPRING TIME FOR WALLS AND CEILINGS . have Mnresco and Silk Tune, in all shale-, and colors. Any i Mi- calk '.!( it FOR POLISHING WOODWORK, FURNITURE. W u on Polish will clean and polish inaMiiK finish l!ke new. PAINTS. OILS AND VAR NISHES :.!. cry p ii i s. and In lare a. h1 a-r-i.i !! pacfcOffl HIGH GnADE. GUARANTEED GOODS AT FAIR PRICES. CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY 400 Fifth Street, Florida Everglades it CA AA allowed purchaser of an JOU.UU Everglade Farm for limited time. For further information call on L. F. LAWRENCE Agent tor Everglade Land Sales Co. ?C8 3th STREET. CALUMET m Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET, MICHIGAN. Capital $150,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits 230,000.00 Liability of Stockholders 150,000.00 OFFICERS: Charles Briggs, President Peter Ruppe, Vice Pres. W. B. Anderson, V. Pt 6 Mgr Stephen Peul), Cashier J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cashier INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. AN INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED WITH ONE DOLLAR. ' t1 vIa ' ' Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co. CALUMET STATEMENT OF CONDITION Pcbruarv 20th. i'i' RESOURCES I.oans H nd Dleeounta . i..:k!s. Mnri'n: . .w. ur i Overdrafts Itenking Mouse mi.i I . t m es Due from other banks Cah en hand T.tnl LIABILITIES Capital Pti.k Surplus Fund Cndlvlded Pn.llts (Nt I kue to 1 ..inks Comnierele I Deposit! Saving! Deposit! .... Total STATE SAVINGS BANK LAURIUM. MICH. Phar. CLEANINC FOR FLOORS. WOODWORK AND FURNITURE w hao c'hl-Namel, Staln-IL Wood Kote, Johnson's Dyes. WALL PAPER CLEANER th.- t .a. -.st thinu "lit l'..r clean ing wall paper. 9Mfm repapar- InK. BRUSHES. CARPET BEATERS. Gold and Aluminum Paint. Sil ver and Metal Polishes. Calvmat, Mich. TELEPHONE 376 W. OR No. I Why Not Drop In Issf have us ostimat.' on the lumber you need. You will lind our price as w ,is anv and lower tiian many. And remonber okir tl 'vill be for lirst etsVM, LhoroOSkly seasmed lum ber What that means M will ,i ppre tc arhea ea !ind how Aeii u nit a ui anil how long it lists Without need of repair. HANCOCK lfg.ltl.7S 4t!.9r 37,500.00 cfi.r.r.r.n . $1.041.701. C4 100,000.00 13,37.. '.'' ::'io.-au, 41B.634.94 $1,019,701.64 CHURCH HAS HAD PROSPEROUS YEAR ANNUAL MEETING OF CALUMET PRESBYTERIAN HELD LAST EVENING AND REPORTS 8UBMITT ED. Th ar.ntu'.l meeting at the First Pieb UTlun church id" Culunut waJ held lat evening In tlu Sunday hool 9mm M t bg . hutvh ami was iargl attended by member, and other 'li.r.iL ..t the church. After the meet in van opened h tho pastor, r.- X"t? m' presented by the various church organization showing the work I i i " lurlni the vuir. BSmIi lattat) rapMt cd a hal.-nc- nt It-. ir mury. the mow ing or p:..;r. eg being very satis.. ti.i ai a I encouraging. The reports are roimmai lcd utf follows: Report of Stii'on. eferabrra received during yettf 43 f ism Used to ehur.has vlsewhcrc . . . 37 I'd son i membership 423 Bc; rd of Tiu&tee. Hecelpta I ilslmrKonw nts Ml M Ha la nee Trtaiurtr of Session. Lceipts I hsbursements (.'6.93 Jl ;i0 Bot-rd of Deacons. Receipt! $.100.00 Disbursements ssoo.oo Woman 'k Missionary Society. Receipt! WaburMMMta I H lame Sunday School. P.c elpts Disbursement . . I.a'an. Pastor's Aid Society. Receipts e F:xpiullt urcs $437.41 417.16 60.1b $74.0!i r9.2f. 14.M $;.i.4-r. 3.70 $M.r,s r:.92 Y P. S. C. E. Society. Receipts last tu months I isbnrsciuents a Ik Junior C. Receipt Disbursements . . . E. Society. L..I. i.e.. 1 r.i Prtabyttrian Brotherhood. Receipts sno.or. ' isbkuMmnts 17.00 P.nLance 3.05 Total receipts $4.'.,t3.6.'i ToCa4 I Mshiirsenicnts 4.lf1.4' Halaiic 161.98 Officers for 1912 13. The following officers were ff r th' eti.su inn ear: Truster's for three yeara, Hperxe. Jr., Ah x McRae and MrArthur. Teller.. ChaiU-s MacLeoil. elected John J. Charles iUlam II. MolVet aJid Peter Ih.mmea Auditors, Kodeit II. Kerr;uul Angus Mela nnan. I'.shers. Eldle Ross, Kenneth Ctlllcs. Pyron Malfr. i i, tag McArthur. Adam Law. Jr Angus McKenzie and David Arm It, chairman, Sumlay whool officers Snp.-i inietiilent. J. K. Finlayson. Assistant, ngus McKLnnon. Superintenrent Primary department M!& Jennie JMsher. .urxrlntendent lleginners, Mrs. V W. WrLRht. Superintendent Ifcme depirtment. Mrs. Angus Stoutherland. Superlnter.iicnt Cradle Roll. Mrs Angus Mcljet'd. Pianist. Miss Ktta Ross. Secretary-Treasurer, (oorge Mc- I a an I.i i A s-istarit. 'hat 1. s M la m1. s. m i. i Assistant, Angus McKinaon. Ijhrarian. R n u Mallroid. Assistant. William MacLeod. Palm Sunday Services. Rev. R. V. Kaiouhar of th Red jacket 'ongregat ional clnu l) an n ounce! that special Linoeta tiay terv Ices will be held in place of the usual .11 i i t . ; ly rev iew dui ing ihe Sundav school hour, 12 to 1 o'clock, at that hutch tomoitow. It will be In the na- ure of a missional -ervl'. e, aral S cial iiuihic will be nrovided by the church orekaatrsv There will be an atUraai bj Jana 'hap.-.ian. pctacl of the t'lmrlc ItH-'gs s"ho:l i f liiu - ;u ii ai d .i new pennant will be un railed. A Weefc ci prayer will ;e ek XfVid rteXt i . .-w. vlth special ser. Hcs aoh evening. Rev. l-Virtpihnr will preach tomor row ii. '1 In Saints in Caesar's House hold," in the moinim:. and ' Th lb. rt l.'-nRllie; lor Rest 111 Ihe even ng At t ln other churches of CaJutitel thf ervl es wilt lie. as usual, the fullowln (hemes having been hoseu vs the pa tors. Ihvi Pi c.,hiciian Morning. ' H to c.iow . evening. the I'ust an ' ,r. i( ' onnvamlment." Laurlum Methislist Morning. "Th Triumphant Knn-v of Chrlal Into Je rusalem", evening, 'The 'oiilinel cial Instinct." Tum.irii.'k Methodist Morning. I'hrlft. the Victor": evening, service of sonic, with Illustrated lecture on 10 THE VOTERS OF CALU VET TOWNSHIP. I wih to notiry von hit I am .'ill! In tho race tor Trea surer on the Peopb's Ticket. I oil Itktf Vour support at the polls. I remain Yours respectfully, THOMAS S. WAR it EN. lioitiiians l.iii of chrUL" mumtmt the prlAOitMiJ cv.-nts or the last week, the ru iflxuin and the P4MMM Hb i "' Calumei lUlst- Morning, "lmltat in our lienieM" event m;, Tike 1" cciirulii. srt of Hin." Calumet Methodlat -Morning. ' World i: an iimii . evening, "oui KatJinalc of t'hrist." Christ Kpisropal Appropriate Pulm Sunday .service at the usual hotu. Norwegian Lutheran Molina, Palm Sun. Us and Jerusalem", even ing sermon in KikKllsh. "Ohrtat, mo Kins- Si .-. ial mimlv b) the iur and a .inarteit. will le w-ndert-d and tluie Mill sjM be u vocal fK'lo by Arihtir OaJum.-t riiiigrtfrilliilial .Murfnitx ' Jesns' .) nirio-y rtom i:ihriam to ftttistsiy M tb' eveniikf the pMtAV will uue un Illustrated l'tur on in i.. rus H) the life of Christ, Including his "Triumphant Kntt Into Jerusa lem." Kearsatue Methotllst -Morn in jr. "The tmporutnee of i-uith' eMniim, "A I 0 earn t ha l i'amo Tnn . l-:i.nlisli .salvation Army Special swvlc. h all ila m harxe tt Adjutatkt S mm. an Is. inarkiiiir Ihe maunurai l-n .! the Selt-Donial efTclt. os.eola, M.thodlst Morning, aerv .eea in chamo ir ReV. M. Merrill srko has assist exl nt Hie sjiix nil serv ices this week; eveniiiK. Rev. Oollycott in chnrne. The speci.il services will be OsttlatMsl this week. n c.kkI F iday there will be a service at 10:3 o'clock. itoston Methodist MOTBtRsT, Rev. CoHjnoot; -v ntivx:. J. HoopsWi ot EMsP ton. . . .... ........ r ,m A ...f. ii.yi J . T . . . ." . 4 V V! I . V t . . LOCAL BREVITIES. Today is pay -day at the Mohawk mine. Pet"i t'oppo has left for Duluth, where he will visit. Misst Nellie Trewhcla left for Iron Mountain yesterday. James ttrenstein has gone to St. Paul n a stu rt business trip. Hrnest Wittier left last night for Duluth where he will resido. IMwnrd Woodward haft returned from a business trip to t'liineo. Mr. and Mrs. David K. Rice returned td;iy from a weeks visit to Chica go. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Carlton arrived home toduv trom a ten days' visit to West liadeu. Special music for the Raster services will bo rendered "by St. Joseph's Slo enian choir. Miss Lulu Paull will leave Monduy or Maniuettn when- sno wtii resum la r studies at the Normal school CSksVlaa Petersen of Bismarck, N. D returned home yeaterday aftr apend- tBg some tlmo visltimr Calumet frien.ls John Stefanez le expect wl homo to morrow from Milwaukee, wiiore n has been attending Marqotto univer sity. Mm Johnson Vhinn and daughter. M1sm Gertrude arrived home today from m six week's visit to the Pacific ast. Norman Kargela. formerly in the employ of Catelv-WTgglns. lefl for le- troit hut night, whero Iwv will ) em ployed. Members of Court North Star, For- sters of Ameri. a. will go to Hancock ihis evening to attend a special aeaalon f the Haneovl; branch. Leo Behroatler and Iont Awselin nr .v. 1 hoMM txlay t mm Mnrmiette I'ni- versitv. Mllwauk. . . anil win senu we Roster vacation with relatives. The Finnish Dramatic club of Calu met held a nan n net last evening in honor of the mermbers of the east which presented ' Cnde Tom's Cabin. nt th Calumet theater so successfully recently. Mrs. Elizabeth Musta.kangas. aged n. died this morning at Centennial leights, following a lengthy illness She is survived by her bur-band ami grown-up ramuy. Mineral intwe ments will not be mad. until rela tives are heard from In Minnesota. Th followlne births were reported tc Township Clerk Martin this morn 'nir Daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sams of D street, Ra y mbaultown : -on. to Mr. and Mre. Oscar Hook of Colon street, P.aymbaultown: and a datMrhter to Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Esko la of Wolverine. P.ev . E. Mot,. -11. of Calumet, wan m Neaaunee on Tuesday, on hU.wny home from Fscanaba. Wlule here h stated that It win his intention to build a vtimmer cottage In the vicinity or r,okk River, n. ar Au Train, this .eaon for the onvenlence of himifl' aiktl Mrs Monel! .luring th fishing ica son. Rev. Monell. during- hip resldenc In this cltv h-d an enviable nputalion as a successful trout Bather. HWfatlMs Iron Herald. BEWARE! Do not speculate In clothes. Ilr your clothe! made by A Reliable Tailor Wo know cheap' r I loth hut v u want hat you can g-t for less money. GOOD CLOTHES Yen want M appear at ymir best It- member the Arm of RASTELLO is Reliable You will run NO RISK In getting what you want. Cie your Easter Orders Now Cor. First and Portland Sts. PRESENTED WITH JEWEL. Attorney John D. Kerr It Rimimbtrw By Masonic Lodge. At a social session ot t'ulumet lodge. Hi fll, K A A M.. held last .-v-iiiic. Attorne) John I), k.ir was presented with a iskst .unsiei s iewd. symbolic of the otfl.'o he Ik. Id. The pi . sell t . t lo n i . . h was made b Past Master John I Elite', Jr.. who skil a llttma tribute i.. Mr. Kerr's executive ability. The presentation si.-.-ch was resM.ndd to b Mr hleri During th- evening speehes weie ao made h '..ail..n It. (.'umpMI and Attorney A.I. B. Pet i u.ann.the latur paj lli Special lllbilte to Ihe ludhts VV h were present. . . The J.wel present el lo Mr. Korr Is a iiukKfi'llceiik ..n-. It is of pitfs) g.dd. anl bears the dates Mr. Kerr held the office of worshipful master, us well as his name and the symbols of the I'MlRe. The 1. A It. orchestra was present, and rendered selections during the evening. Vocal solos were contributed b) Mrs. James T. Fii-her antl Hairy K. King, both of whom were encorl. Lunch was served by the ladies ot the Kits torn Star. There wan a very . ige attendance r tnnibers and their ladles, and the occasion was one of the most pleasant in the annals of Calumet freemasonry. ENGINEERS SWAMPED. Defeated by Y. M. C. A. By the Score of 19 to 7 Last Evening. The basket ball team or the iUU- met Knglliecis was iiteraiiv swaJiieo mdei a ram of I. .'.slo ts In the match with the Calumet Y. M. O A. at tne Light (iuard armory lost evening. Two held Imsk-ts and three Hum ITtH throws, out of ubout fifteen chances, were all that the Engineers could reg ister, whereas the Y. M. C A. pliv.ts were, hovering beneath the baskets all through the game and shot with un erring aim. The final score wub 49 to 1 in favor of the association team. It would he hard to choose the Y. M. C. A. stars, so well did each man play hi! position. Frimodig and ' iipp prob- bly were the most effei live, while benjamin and Johnson did the best work for the Engineers. Follow iiiK tiH. name dancing waa en- Joyed on the Armory tlnor. with music by the Calumet and Hecia orchestra. The attendance was large. PROF. EAMES HERE MONDAY. Lecture Recital Under Auspices of Knights of Columbus. Calumet music lovers are looking torn ai d with interest to tike lecture- ital on Monday evening at the Cal umet theater bv Prof. Henry Purmont mmfg of rtraaha. under the toaptoej of Calumet council, Knignts i coram - bus. Pr.r Ivtiius is a. master ol tho piano, he having improved upon his natural ability thrsugn auiay unaar the great masters at liome and abroad He has likewise made a thorough Study of music and Is an accomplished lec turer on the subject. In oireting this attravllon. the Calu met Knights) or Columbus telleva they hae ..v-ured a musical treat for the Calumet public, and from the advance sale of tickets, It Is evident there will be a large attendance. PRETTY FAREWELL PARTY. Mrs. Frank Frankqulst of Cedar street, entertained a iarty of nbout thirty friends tit her home on Thursday afternoon. In honor of her sisters, Mrs. Teckla Strand and Mils Anna Danboin who expect to leave eoon for t. Paul, where they will louate. The afternoon waa enjoyably spent m games and musl- and a dainty lunch eon was served. All of the guest ex pressed their well wishes for those w ho are about to deport. Vote the Citizens Ticket, nnd Silvola. Nicholas 4t30 Vote for Nicholas and Silvola. HI "Florida Everglades. In ad column. i k! Lo'k! -30 1NS1H N T. IN ALL ITS BRANCHJBk FA i FCKTT BJH 8, i QUOK, Vote For Victor Berg Candidate for Treasurer CALUMET TOWNSHIP. On Workingman's Ticket, next to the Nominetion Ticket. i bave liecn a reiWettl of Calumet Township for over 8a years. A boy raised here nnd vrefl known and re-'t.-et.-.! it s kr; II.- Milers ol t'ulumet Township tor their aid nnd BtytpWl a', the I'oll!. 1 have a large family and hiiinr met with an accident some yean dgu by a charge rrum a shot gun, badly lacerating m arm. I am in need Of the i fflce very much. Yoiitm i.-. tfulljr. i ntii''- Ai. "r Victor Berg There' no daacrlblng it clear, gwect, prolonged, it reminds one of an old violin. And hew it blends with the human voice a perfect comple ment, Mada to give lasting delight to homes of culture and refine ment. A. B. CHASE PIANOS "THE MOST ECONOMICAL PIANO IN THE WORLD" HERMANN'S SiJSS"' PIANO TUNING. For first clams work leave order with us. Phone 48 "it's a Long Lane that has no Bull Dog in it" and you will travel far before you find a better assortment of Paint and Kalsomine Brushes than we are showing at our store. No need to send your money out of town. We have the goods now. Keckonen Hardware Co. Phone 163. SPR - Si O: WE 1912 MODELS OF 80CIETY BRAND CLOTHES. THEY ARE AGAIN CHAR ACTERI8TICALLY "SOCIE TY BRAND," THE MOST STYLISH CLOTHES IN THE WORLD. YOUR INSPECTION OF THEM IS CORDIALLY RE- i ' QUESTED ED. HAAS & GO. CALUMET MICH. i',,J' . i ii irrji Society Wano Ctfty FOR YOUNG MCN AHD MEN The Knljihls and Latlies of Security! L . ,., - will sive u dance in tho Laurlum Hank tn nd column. Hall, Saturduy evening, March 3rtth. " Music by Harvey! Orchestra. Ad- 'AHD Osf THA N fKS. mission 2". cents. 30; , ...a We desire to thank DM WW h",l f rlenda and uellbors vie. ass-isted Sei Ai:nt tjhloe an. I Miss Ophelia,, ,,,. ,,,. bereavement, ihe ileatli ot again Monday at Calumet Methodist I mir ...ir alHi mother. SPacall) BO huivli. TO Tin: VOTKM OF OAIAJMKV TOWNSHIP. I am a candidate for the offlce of commissioner ol highways on the nom - inntlon ticket and ask you for you' same strong support and vote thai has been i" corded me In the past, ut ttta ejection on Monday. April 1. lo fifCl fully jrosU s. .0 Charles Mugford. Pont forget the Citizens Nicholas and Silvola. Tl ket, 4t30 ATTENTION ROftHtTBUfl OF A MFiRICA, All members of 'ourt North SI ir. No. 1?, I'oresterx of America who In land to r.o to HaJICOok Satntday even- InK March :oth to visit Oeitn Pride, No. 14. !'. of A., are requested to meet in the caJvmat ti FatUnety hail lai.r that! I o'cloi-k as the train leava the Copper Rangg statdon, Jacket, at 7 oVIoeU sharp. Kinv the round trip will lie ."0e. Thus Iterryman. HO lte.ordin Sec Little Eva and Toosv nsriiln at Cnbi. Imel Methodist .lunch Monday. 'S The IDEAL Home Piano 'Hie more iu hear It, the mote you like it -that beauti ful ilnglng torit of A.5.(hSE CALUMET, MICH. ING H! B i i rjl m ARE NOW SHOW ING THE SPRING WHO STAY ' Mtiflit 1512, Alfred t Cosn I'lorbla I0 eralades. Look! L no thank the nurses ol the CaJomal 1 ubllc Hospital and those who mmii tho ibenutiful Moral ofTrlnKS. rt Jam s Iff. Knight and Faniilv. j J i.t.xs-s on hkm. rarrATK QUICK BI'TFlVfCE. N ' DHI.A ' I'Ai vrrr nuns A rn K Uncle Tom's Cabin at Methodtel church, Monday. Calumet I n EffUl - F PALUMKT TOWN SHIP. 1 am n candldalo for rr-electlon to tl fth o of fwergeer of Ii'1vmi : IheCIUeena ticket ami aah for th m lort of the voters it the polls on M ' day. Apt II 1st, I .to lex. Sllrola. Another i ham e Monday In n" PlOkanlniea of Cm le Tom's t'abin. not wll. Uedj NEW SERIES APRIL 1st for y NORTHERN MICHIGAN BUILDING A LOAN ASSOCIATION. STOCK NOW FOR SALE FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK Cslumet and Laurium, Mich. - 0