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SATURDAY, APRIL 1S. 111?.
PAGE EIGHT
;the calumet hews
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BICYCLES
A strictly high grade bicycle for $20
or with G. & J. Tires and Coaster
Brake at $27.50
BASE BALL GOODS
See our Line of Balls, Mitts and
Gloves and note the prices. Inter
esting to you in quality and price.
I5 REPUBLICANS
10 1 DEMOfRlI
OFriCiAL ENROLLMENT IN CAL
UMET TOWNSHIP, BY PRE
CINCTS. ANNOUNCED SV
THE CLERK.
MRSMl JOSEPH IRUDEll
IS CANDIDATF FOR SHERIFF
POPULAR REO JACKET OFFICER
WILL OPEN CAMPAIGN.
- car NamiaStissa .
CARLTON HARDWARE COMPANY
400 FM Street. CHiMt. Mies.
Marsh.
sac- or
Twnshlp erk Man In
ei the total romllnmit Bj
bartons is Calumet
shows that the Recaiblk-ar.
wbelrainsiy in the major:
y jsasapB tt
Red Jcet
. Monday J.
6rr
ha
I r.e K'PMMWRB
of Houchtor.
iat. riwf ha e-r. a rure.
r.y a.fl-1 th rfrt that he Hikl mm he a oei-JP-
ItjOtdate. but he easphatKaiiv drum it
e ftw-jan.1 add that he sTUI he in lb race
U alio the finish.
iTil the Drnjocrata bein
with ?4 out of a total enrolled
i
eatrelled vote W parties Is asi
art Xo, rR-; Chilean. M7. j
at. 21: Prohibitum. 11: 8ockl-'
Are You a Money Saver?
Most every n
- t M save wl
n their -xiM-r'
(r sawr me time. S-mr
ft-r; other plan to save
wait until they can save
jui- up some day filled with
have misned.
Begirt regular savin at this bans. If OS
i
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, LAORlUM
and Si 00 will opt" an account
CAPITAL $100,000.00. SURPLUS AND PROFITS 3-:.OOC.0O.
ITinct Si
Precinct S: 4 R
R. l: total 2.
Trade! has been a mrei-
.r and. date for the sSSe store
herinT Rvera' uar umber -n . and be
lt res he stead a od atw to srii.
si the- nr:mns aad jsubuuem fall
. Uon. Hi friends arv worsting hard
u his intreia As an Oicer he ha
!-w equal in the upper peaiaaula. and
bis friend, better rr he at alerted be
! fill the oSlea tn an aMe an inner
and to the beat inter.! of the cun-
10 HOLD tl P. CONTESTS
AT MARQIEIIF. APRIL 26
33 SALOONS TO
BE CLOSED UP
ONLY 45 LIQUOR LICENSES WILL
BE GRANTED AT MONDAY
EVENINGS COLNCIL
MEETING
1: i pe-s-i.ter.ily rut. r-, xhyx t
the adhmmed session of tfu- village
oaum I) Monay evernns- a total of 4a
liquor Itceneea m .11 ha granted. ihM
Wtes all the village entitled to. un
der the V amer-Cranipb r. bw.
Aa there i.rr Ts salo-ai hwr.g busi
aaaa to the village 53 all! be put out
of buain-w and will ha- la discon
ttoue at the end of this m nth. There
is consider.iMe speculatl. n a. to which
aaJaatss will have t bi t -.mi
,lm-n ail not commit therrs . ft
Not hi rr further tin be aaid until
afasste) nicht's s.in is Said It tf
believed be (ounoil chamber ail! be
blled to overfloains; by inter-aiil Sjg
ioon keetjee. and other Morula . . i -
Inr
DATES SET FOR ORATORICAL
AND DECLAMATORY EVENTS
13: L
-toct Xo. it R. StS: IX, ii; P.
4; total SJS
rx-t Xo. 11 47i; D P..
1. total UL
itirt Xo. Li rL. S0: D. J; P..
I ixtaJ. 264
inct No. IS R, H: IX. S; P, 2:
Th- m-
BOWL HIGH TOTAL SCOPE.
Ccmfre-..jlt Easily W.n Ch
sH p of Local Bowling Lsaous.
"i'f u.th u mix of it - y. a;. ; , - 1.1,,..
cd th Independents -r Us same lea- J.'h-n
ue on ISM Y. M V A alleys, thre.
.. . k fit gsujMft. and incidentally rolled T' lhIs
.i r-c.rd n ore for 1k-hI alleys,
'vling a total of 2.T pins.
'arilii of ihft 'oiiiinerr-ials aa the Stto 'fk .
"king j in the bowlers, his total IV,rchcret
sxore in UM three games being 4. or CaaiJl
u toul ', :M4 :-3 for e.M-1 Bam.- ..
raHaA TMf is believe. to be a recori
or any i i p.-nlnj'ula a!: if, Bf tm ,'")rtm
UuUvc tfci !ik. i . -ndentn. h.- -om-
merclais .vin irtis-ue cbaaaptoashto, Ttttala
..... f, !,
InclsfcsndsntS
Commi'c alt.
Tl I
IS9
i
246
II.
Merchants & Miners Bank
CALUMET, MICHIGAN.
Capital $150,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 230,000.00
L iability of Stockholders 150,000.00
OFFICERS:
Charles Briggs, President
Peter Ruppe, Vice Frty. W.B. Anderson. V. Pt 6 Mgr
Si phen paull. Cashier J. E. Shepard, Ass't Cashier
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
AN INTEREST BEARING ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED WITH ONE
DOLLAR.
QUICK ACTION
i uhat you Intel when you're
Suflites jrotl iret it, too, when
"iir rnatertel ardara are lindel
hre, niiM heaMafl get n price thnt
lemls odi'-rM Jnt as our itiallty
heads tin- list.
Armstrong-Thielman Lumber Co.
HUBBELL
CALUMET
HANCOCK
AT TAMARACK M E. CHURCH.
S-rra School C-.ildrn to Havs
Carga 0 Ewsning Ssrv.cs.
Thd T.'imaraok M. K. Sun-lay arhool
children will have charge of the aven
inr servke at that churvh tomorrna
A fin- j.nMrrufn. prepared for the Kas
tef Mason. alU be rendr-.J as fol
loas: r -The C'onouerlns; Kir.jf. sx hool
Responsive Scripture reading.
Prayer toy the pastor.
Sons t'nder the nates, school.
flcltation. The first Ranter. Doro-
. Itancon.
-The N'ishL Mbmes r"reeman
aad James.
t'.-citation Easter Day is Here.
M.'trdta, Allan.
Recitation--The Butterfly lxule
Pavnter.
' -w - - w. ' tl e Ulliea Ray.
Irene Hockinir.
Sons -luhold, school.
Reilution WaDcint; With Jesus.
!rma Krickson.
Ilecitation Do Coo, Marion Jef-
.-ry.
Son He 1ives Me Too. primary
. partment.
-itoui He rtrraa the Victory,
Harriet Chapman
Recitation The Little K'.ndness.
W ilfred Jeffery.
nar ISitteR lon Cheer. rorttrud
lloRktns.
Doat, yilaa MBatrf and Will Rowe.
ifue, Nina Rujipre. lit. Welds
K. .tatior, - )vh Ree-i.
S-.ns Hells Of Raster, school.
K- 1 nation - In Iun-soii.e QaflsMM
1 1 a, lildrey Dlclc
HM I tat Ion Raster Dawn. Winston
lit yant.
Bi SB WSH Shadowed v the Sky,
boat.
fiiilorue, Ratura of the Hir.'s. ala
Sir 1m.
H -n-Crown Him. school.
' 1'ation L.illea and Ansels, Oer
Irude Ruivfirex'ht.
Silo Raster Hay. Mlldr.nl Hollow.
Ben di. tlon.
.-est Warns and M.sa Pr.sc. Ila
H of Calumat Entarad.
Pr-.noipaJ C. I Phelps ,sf the Calu
iSh school ans notified this
. -mins; that the oratorical and de
el a ma lory con teats for the upper ie
- 'strict will be t-.eki In M:ir
;jeiie on fTlday evenlns .pril 26. The
'.vinnera win participate in the state
conteat later.
As 'alumet stud-r.- will hae the
honor of repreeentins the aub-dlatrict
in both the declaratory and oratorical
contests, miKu local interest is beins
manifested in the outcome.
Ernest Wta-na of the CatllSSJt hlsli
Will re-jirceent the. cotper cour. -tr"
in oratory, having for his subject
tni . -rsal Peace this beins the same
subject which won the state honors for
Raymond Burt, a few years aso.
Miss Prtecllla Hicks of Calumet will
repraser.' "he sub-district in declama
tion. The judges have, not rat been select
ed, but that Oieyw11t be men of state
v id.- 1 n ational experience, la certain.
JESTS AND JINGLES.
And now io wc. with Joyous mien,
Invest a half a do lar
1 hi bull and bat and baaebeU hat.
And at the umplf. holler.
L. ML
ZBY8ZKO DEFEATS GREEK.
Worvl was received ,ihjls mornln?
hnf J51i'-s.ko the polish urewtler eanil
it. I !.. in trel, the Greek. 1n a fin
ish mat - li it Imllnx, TexaK. last even-
inS- The contest Is said to liave been
1 ri. of the fastest and most scientific
ever nulled off In the southern city
The IMS will In- seen In action here
one w -.k from this evenlrw. when MM
BtrtH is Jorvinen nt the palestrn.
NEW SERIES APRIL 1st
NORTHERN MICHIGAN BUILDING
& LOAN ASSOCIATION.
STOCK NOW FOR SALE
FAUCETT BROS. & GUCK
Calumet and Laurium, Mich.
c-H-H-K-r-i-d l , M tfi : ; i I I H -r
rS
LOCAL BREVITIES.
II ll t 1 11 1 I I I 1 i I 11141 11114
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Febriuin ioih, 1912
RESOURCES
Iaisiis and His- mints C29.ri07.itt
Bonds, Mortgages and Securities lfS.lM.7S
Overdrafts 449.95
liankins House and I'im ui 37 B00 00
fine from Other banks 122,730.19
Cash on hand
6,3'.3 11
' tl.04t,701.64
LIABILITIES
Ossftel st... k I joo.ooo.oo
Piirplns nind 100,000.00
I'nrlivi.l.d PfwsJIU (N'.t) 2t,lr,.72
Due to llanka 13,373.93
Commercial Deposits 890.ruf.99
Hsvlns DapsBjSJS 416.684.91
Tctiil
.11.049.701.64
STATE SAVINGS BANK
LAURIUM, MICH.
NO TWO WAYS
About It
it is either
CHEAP CLOTHES
for your valuable money
OR GOOD CLOTHES
for your Good Money
If you are f.atimled with
cheap Mint "Mi an easily llnd It.
lint if sou nre looking for good
tailored clothes, spec tally built
for you. with th proer linos
and oi.st i in t ions, for your In
dlvldu;.l wear, then y u uill hr.d
It adxisahle to putioni. tbc well
l 'l' ' I) TI M llabl. lailoi.
J. B. RASTELLO
Corner MB and Portland
up wtsirs.
John KivalH. of Duiuth, la visiting
uith local friends.
A .son wu.v ,r n yesterday to Mr. and
Mrs. Anton ('hupp,' of Copper City.
liiirles Ha. i. i left last enlng lor
Duiuth, whei. he expecte to locate.
A daughter lias been born to Mr.
and Mrs. Join ilalvarl, of Section
Harrv !:. Lean return.-o eaterday
frofS a trip to 1'hU.ago and Vet Ua-Ssja
!ti resentativ Lucas Is expected
Isosm m !..:.. rrotn Datffttl ajid im
sins.
Rot RsffS will leave for ajiu Ar
bor this aft. i noon to resume hie stud
ies at tho r.-. i M.
R. C. lUohards haa bWl sppolntad
manager of the Royal theater, and has
isken hold of his new d ultra.
Miss KW.i, Teddy, of tho Glass
Hlo.'k store, has returned from a few
days' visit With Hancock Iriende.
Attorns) W, .1. Galbralih tet irned
today : p. iii Bs "ity, where ht. went as
a delegate to the state convention.
The KiukIi i .f IstSStulua held a res
vilar f.cKsloTi last evening In ("urto's
hall. Initiation of members took ptC4
The Croatian g-mnaNtic socelty will
k'.- an exh'l.itlon this evening in the
Italian hall omnien i.k at 7:..0
o'clock.
The infam .! nighter of Mr. and Mrs.
111.18 YrtitllHli o Us1 Jacket. liec yes-
ti ntav afternoon. The lutieral was
! id this sfternooBi
i scar Kc 'Konen and John Mac-
Naughton hu;t returned from Ray t'lty
where the ..'tended the Republican
I i tl t Sn MOO as ,. -legates.
Tlve C. II cricket club will hold
Its annual meeting this evening in th
Harper and Thomas store on fifth
street, commencing et 7:30 o'idock.
Th osceola and Taniari. k dul not
square their payssiaj today, only tha
C. & H. mining company pnht lis eni
.Ioees. Th. Osceola and Tnm.ir.i--k
will pav next Saturday.
The Plnntah ladies of Florida district
will conduef a baaaar tins evening Is
the Ptnsrfsh hall, l-'lorhla. The pssxaste
will be IISSSJ to lift the debt on the
hall. It Is believed the effort will be
StMM SjSSfnl
The Tnbitn Sodety of Ih. Nniwenh.n
chntih will entertain nt a social tht
ening. the pre cepts ot wifich will ba
..--I t'oi- the r. lief of the poor, this
being the annual charitable affot't of
the aoclety. RufHshSSHHa wilt he
served.
The Ladles Society of the Calumet
M. E. churvh will give a fair and sup
per In the parlors of the church April
SB. Useful end fancy articles w II ha
ottered for sale. Tile ladies have Ikm-ii
preparing for the event FSff smne time,
snd expect to raise sntetMrSStMe. mono
as a remili of the effort.
themes chosen by
local pastors for
services tomorrow
The servlrea in the Calumet churches
tomorrow will be as uaual. The fol
loVlBJJ aermon thenv have been
chosen by the pastors:
Pirat Methodist -Momlns. 'The
Christian. The World s Light"; even
ing? ' Ottw Refirove, '
Snlvatvn Army t English ) Csual
aerHcea throughout the Jay. Bpe ial
meeting in evening with addVasa by
AdJutar.t S mnicnds. ' oUr Children in
Heaven." Duet, "Gathered by Joaus."
by the; Mi see Symmonds.
laurium Methodist -Mornins, Sac
rament of the Lord's Supper, preceded
by love feast at t o'clock; evening.
The Cross of Christ in Christian Ex
perience." Monday evening at 7:45,
Epworth league meeting led by the
paetor. Tu.-tay art-tn.-.n at 4:1',
Junior League: Tuesday evening at
7.30, third quarterly conference, con
ducted by Rev. C. L Adams, in place
of Rev. James Paacoe, who ia ill.
Kear&arge Methodist-Morning;. "The
Abidins; Roolitiea"; evening, "Things to
be Laid Aside."
Chriiit churth, Rpiscopal L'sual
sr-i.-.-s throughout ti. ,.,
Calumet Conuregational Morning.
"Some Things About China": eveumg.
"Taking Told of God's Strength." Rev.
L. K. Long gave a very auoeeesiul
stereoptlcon entertainment at the
CteaaSSfl Congr-egatlonal Thursdav
evenlnK.
Osoeola Methodist Morning. Tata aid
Jarkman in charge; evening. s rr m
charge of tho pastor. Third quaithrl
conference this evening-, at 7:30. The
special services) which have continued
for several weeks have been well at
tended and probably will continue next
week.
Boston Me I hod 1st Morning, the
jwiKtor in charge. ..mng. J. IL Jamas
in char go.
Kirst Presbyterian Morning, Rev.
Frank P. K-tiowlcs of Houghton will he
In charge of the service, evening, the
services will be in charge of the pas
tor. Rev. I). I). Stalker.
Tamarack Methodist Morning. "The
Great Commission"; ovening. crv i.-.-s
in SasMBS of the Sunday school.
First ItapUat Monring. "The
Christian Judgment"; evening. East."
program or the. Sunday School vvhi. h
vvaa posttPtewSd frn last Sunda
Norwegian Lutheran Morning,
(R,0109r
tekintf Powder
Absolutely Pure
Where the finest biscuit,
cake, hot-breads, crusts
or puddings are required
Royal is indispensable.
Royal is equally valuable
in the preparation of plain,
substantial, every-day
foods, for all occasions.
The only baking powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
No Alum No Unto Phosphates
'Successful Service"; evening. Tims
of Refreshing Shall Come."
Red Jacket Congregational 8. J.
Pauli will be in charge ,,r hoth aerv -icca.
owing to the Illness ,r the pas
tor; Morning suhject, "A I wesson in
Housec leaning "; eveninjr, An Observation."
IN SI K A.N'CE IN ALL ITS
H RAN MIES.
FAUCETT BROflt; to GUCK.
There arc -a professlonai story tel
lers in Toklo, who wander from nousc
to hi use and spin yarns at the rate
of jo easts as hoar. Tha story tatter
barns a new set of stories when he
ilnda the old ones getting worn.
In ISM theie wet- three pejbtte
coaches in operation in the city t
Paris. ,
James Morgan has Junt arrived with
a carload of freah mlk-h cowa which
will be for sale at 440 Pine St.
-13
LOANS ON RHUS ESTATE
QUICK BETRVICS No DEI. AY.
FA I .') TT l(- IS & (il'i'K.
All members of the ilegreo of Court
North Star No. 17. Foresters of Amer
ica are requested to meet at their hall
at R o'clock Sunday morning.
'3 Albert Slncoek.
DtffTce Cap!.
WE HAVE THE RIGHT FINISH
for your floors, it is called
and is meant exclusively for floors. One coat
applied to any sort of floor insures months of
satisfactory appearance and of satisfactory
service. Talk it over with us.
Kcckonen Hardware Co.
'Phona 163.
CALUMET, MICH.
THE SHRINKING NICKEL.
Here is a picture of a car in a "RUSH HOUR."
t
No one LIKES to stand up. We know it.
Naturally enough this period of AN HOUR is remembered UNFAVORABLY.
The thing that is FORGOTTEN is that we HAVE TO keep cars running
ALL DAY LONG, often when there are not one-half enough passengers to
fill them.
The truth is that every twenty-four hours we provide many more seats
than are occupied.
At tho Royal toduy and Sundae a
Bret olsss eoHectlSB or pictures, pssn'i
fail to see Ih. nx For the best at all l
v.... en.. ), H ,,,, l(,,v.
t.l
c I Wjj MrdmrnMl IB 1---
THE RULE
HOUGHTON COUNTY TRACTION COMPANY
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