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PAGE EIGHT THE CALUMET NEWS t TUIADAY, JULY 23. 191J. WHY PAY MORE? A High Grade Sewing Machine liuaran'tid ir I' t'.m, will b perfect wi rk, every modern im provement f ill set of beat grade alta biMMlt f $27.00 BM Itae 'l M w.ll ttasesad and ckMHt attachments, but ill d rfect w ii M $18.00 'all mid m ilu-rn in.i li them. CARLTON HARDWARE CO. 400 FIFTH ST. MADE MANAGER OF COUNTY FAIR Keweenaw County Agricultural Association Picks Daley BI6 PICNIC IS PLANNED BY ST. ALOYSIUS SOCIETY Opportunities I r Men and Women of Character Are Open Everywhere K bank "nut i:-. at) evidence of character, aud a l.mk agjisjal ivhowlt;; i-gular .i-posiis . Hp- i. - -('"i t to o.mu tunity a nd the ke to success. h'nroll y tn.-' lf i- i l-- 1 ' i a' this Sank at once inJ sot stan di ' ti Um mad to aarcees. One dollar will start a vi iirh account. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAMM Surplus and profits $31 " Saturday evettlttg. 1 racial Invention i some Internal u motorists in that ,.f a rn; t . r . . ; - .)! it erre Souple" (M. x i r.. ; -- ii MM In be ; radically ax tTBf Tf1 us lass. i'li.;.lil". in weight and " -breakable. . i. if as if age Ii.r win I s rem windows, i t. . in tie. tor at. Ii .n mi the only virtue of glees Ik Us transt arcn' It la k'erj ,p . in Mm If. being to-' ess ii ilv rnad- tif Hitch plate, and. njMMfVDW, it r .nn' v . r hra'c nttiiiKs to support H Baad keep it rbr1d In addition to this draw karl it constitutes a a I i ! hu.t in tne n of breakage through a . .'His:, n or other l-h i.i. 'f imBf, there h nv been attempt to n rntxly .-r Jininl.'- t Ins rink l.v wiring tin- rIiss, i t'., but i h- iron m m are eaatetMstva, thej ! 10 the weight and impair the II af!..r. r. to an . r;.r- i ! enfant 'i-Ilnl. el. which has aino been tried tor wind rwnw, it'., is 'iiht rtym.li f,,; UM pm puee, hut it is mt pel get!) trat-int-. i-t. ,n faj inflammable. The lis-;r of the Count Agricultural association At 3 mectiite held t.-rd afteenoo. o- lamn A. Dale: fj Mohawk M gcncal nwiifcr .t th nrat annual t?U to be oi In tsl d irir.-. Seplt-mtH i at the 'Jln ladi ti Mr . I, wili ,i- charcr of the preliminary " arrar-s?-men:!! a ,n , ! Iik had ns Id 'v: i.n..- with nti-nri.s thiii kind nl iiMlooii-dl will m.:. ihi- nture a nwroesw. ' umitis v re tvimnl at th n.- nurdn t- take harve ; ii- liffen-n' di-mtrtnii-nt of the hi fan which will be ci-ntinwl mln ."t I. un in . mm. ii nr K . .'na eount) ajr;i ulttiral prudin tx Km U tnmii ! .ill bpin its wink ;mm t. )t.-l and irt'iutnt mtMtin::. wd: u. hli t liijwun.s sui'b question!! mm may aris from lime t- turn . The kiti s of thr fair h'lvp n. t len H(-terniiiuVi. but prolyl hi v wii; in. icli i jnn it thv next ui'-riiiM; of th- MbMBttva rum-mtltre. It is priihal.lt- thai hf "minlt'.iv on MMaMflMats HB HITMM for the ai pea ranee .f several uidevllle atira -;on- it the fair and another t' itur of great 'ntirr-t will be tbe BxMbi li.-n- o tin .unnuiK f ain of the M -hawk fire dopaitnu-'M It is iiossilm hat a ileal ne. t will i- arranui.l I--twecii ihe Mi hiiwk running team an I Uie rnpiltefj team of s.me othi"" rop pr c-jimtry dej artm.-nt. thT outside Atracliena avobaM) will lx NfWajlM h- .V..:.a v ' f.ir r '. f i r. II was decide: by the executive eom-inittr-i e-n r ai t. le av ay a bean ilful $l.eisi , rreshorr roadsJer as a 1 . featun ; K w . t a-.v roani . '. Iirat amlcnltnrel fair. The or.- has al read.N leeii ..nl rel and is txtn- ;.-d in nbout tv.o areata It '111 bt BMV n ilispl .y i;t M iawk and gtjMf points in Keweenaw ntv prior to Hie fair and sh oil lielp to aroij.se Int'-r.-st in the hi fair. TfHMM in i h irgv "f (he aj Tanan ments are enthusiastic over t'.. itloaai for the .--'ii ultnral fair and believe thai tl a first rear the Kaareenaa count c -how will be placed en tin- same level is mai ..I (In Okha fairs. Work has baafj it, prcgr- aa nt aevaral weeks with a i'-w if iinni- attractive cx int. its ;iVoi has been ettendad i- aood WILw BC MELD SATURDAY AT C. A M. PARK CALl'MET A MfCLA B AN r ENGAGED. t f - si s , . i tin- Young Men s XloVCTlMI s x-iatioii. Will heivl is null (Ml pKnii Sa!'.tida a' Ihe . II. vark. vreaihci .imitlinv. I: the eittur is um i rabh it is prob hle the Heleatra In l-ciri ur wdl Ik reared in which elehrata, The O, Jm N. hand ha ho secured fr the ocv.iaion. and in ;-.dliti.n t radfilttaj aMaaii i rtw paiMde, nm. i'.0 .iltiinmm an i . enin .it tl iKrk. hcn da ncmc ill be indulged in The commit ti' h n.oi. . nanne ments for a numtHi of a'.hletic and nthet features in connection with Ihi 4 ! nic. and htaasHn evefjrhodS wlioat it-nd an entoyable lime Ufi aheaenta .v i I served tl ' .-li.'iit the aflei iiixm and evening. i'riwa wBI be offered for the fol lewtag events: S-aaajajaad race- . .imI : Uaee for boyt under IK eura old- TAKE PICTURES OF 1 P. TOURNEY Red Jacket Firemen Advised to Bring Along a Big Banner Hammer aurt nail ontest for hulns suitable prin s t. Aloystus ... . t is . to ...d , xoiir men. ;.nd i one of the all t mjniol froteraajU and m. la I DrsaadUHtioaM In Houghton countv The ngembera Iw llwnyg baeni fain, d for their nte talnif.g proensii. s, and Saturday 'a ptcal is not likeis .. provo .in.) aa eptloa, bulging froaa the "nnjrr m tit- thai are inx made LOCAL BrtFVITIES. Stora now occupied by Goldsmith M lirrry Stora, for rent. Apply P. Roppa. tf Merchants & Miners Bank CALUMET. MICHIGAN. Condensed Statement of Condition at Close of Business, June 14, 1012 RESOURCES. lans. MortgaKis and Securities iv i r.jraf ts Baai Kstaff-. Furniture an I Fixt irea t'aah on hand and in iank A a . . ,.r:Nh LIABILITIES. apHju to k Burphu PAjual UadMaad Pmfl Depoette IM4MJ l N MB.7J . .. lt,TMI IMtMlH I.'.m:, 130.40 $ l.'ifi.noO.OO .... 390,a9jh H,Mt.Bi tMljUgM l,lt,4ia.ei Baled Shavings Wl bave large quantity i Baled Shavinjpi on hand. Better and cheaper than straw for bedding. Tele phone 3 -un order for prompt delivery. j ; Armstrong-Thiclman Lumber Co. HUBBELL CALUMET HANCOCK MPOfefl rot .' 4 WAT ON TOUR THIV, CALL 9ff OS fOS A WUWTLf Of IMSSIIJAW DANaSI I HOCIAfTJOa Tit A V -F.I. Kits ilfllQI l.S. Illi; s.l-KST A ' . I ) Ogf N N VKNIKNT SA1 OS OSaKVI-r; lit A VI I. itmi, IN- THK I'MTKDHTATBH and DA If ADA AS fTSLaa af AtORMUX "A S A." CKSOOBS ARE fl'HT AH MANDT AM PERSONAL CBSl KM, WITH vn DtmCULTT ABOI i UKr. linCATloN. ACCSTTBD ALL OVBM thk would. STATE SAVINGS BANK LAUBIUM, MICH. G. & H. BATHHOUSE VERY POPULAR WITH THE PUBLIC ALMOST 25.C0C BATHS SINCE IN STITUTION WAS OPENE0 DECEMBCR 11. Thl new CalVBMH A Heda Public Itathhuaaa an Catumef weaue ami ie fot nreta is proving popular with is or Cataaati The toMawlaaj ,i ur show ih' rumiier oi paople who iia.. eojaywl the bathina petrRejreA afforded since the institution was -pen, d Deo II. Hatha. Bami n u.air. t'liii-i en i,m:h Men bBjffeS Total i;4.K4i; The SWimmlnC pool is UHed QUite ex tensive;, and at Uie pie:,.;. I lilil. rlaraei i- i boya arc haM from i to 1 .' -lo-k daily; There uj .ui atteadntii in efatrfO, ready to enter the watr at any time and who instructs the hoy. .ii the art of suimming. The hatha open to a hp ii afajf) day from Mi u. 12 i 'clock with Hp tOU opt Ion of ." itrrday i rl Bundft! i!athn for women are free every dav M apt Tuesda and Tlnusdai. ahefl i . ba rge of : eenBj M mad.-. Children, boya under la, uad ajrla ttadai i-'. may bathe trttheut ohargv it ti e C. A M. bathhtuae, but must be acoofnaanied b en ndali feaaale. Coupon books for men. each oon laliiirin ten batli tickets, are sold fol twent) Hve cents, ihta unoanl baiRK o Hllfflclont to .lelr.'lN the eXpenlMe i laaaBeHai the taeeaia Theeo con uon tioketa include the use of the pool i v epi o, it in- Hi., hour- of 12 to , Alien a C ha raja, ot 'he oaBta Is mid There are iaenty-aeven ahowera in the mens depart men and fourteen tubs. There are alao l-.'htv-three Men kiekeri In which the men may leave Ihehf i loihes end rent eaaMret thai Ihev aie in snfe keeping. The I xk- ara nre In eharae . f an tt tni. m. who aei thai tiny ere unmolested. Thuie are fourteea tubs In the won). -n't, ib- INtrtment, The C, tt H hatha nre open to the puhtte, the net nmrttodattMaa betas nttf Aden) tor nil who are to ise them. Mabel K. it Baa-e Ma aajo is vli Itina M lor. P. l. Harvey in Calumet. John s.i ui of Duluth is in Catuaaal n bualaaaa, Qeorife M. K.-sm wen l to brhpenilnii this moralrtgi I v'. Ohata of Neenah, Wis.. i.s in ' 'nlttntei on buelm - Mlaa Alnaa Ifblelrom la visiting r -lativea and friends in Chleavao. Mi a Rmaw 1 1 i i i of Caledonia atreet l ixit Iiik Detroit friends Born t" Mr. and Mr John A, le teraon, f :s: Cedar street, a 'eon. Chnrlea Auei la lipoidica ; vara lion of five or idx v cks in Canada. 'l'-. - Klshei and a'fe an cnin, -int; at the White Clt) f r a fea days. Mrs. William White Ik expected home (odd) from a short visit to Nf uauip e. Miss Beaalt .Mi., it ham returned from Marquette sip' other iron coun try points J ami s L'Mt'keoa lefl yesterday for petroiL A here he will apnnd Ihe nexl I Wo W eeks. Mr. ami Mis Thomas M Lyon ir live, bonne .-ii (In Ortorara reeterda) rronO ietrob John K mi i f .eb.. palvalehtl rot is apeJidlna ids eacation .n ins farm in ar PVaahlln. Miss Jess'e i'okln of Hommni.1, Ind . win haa ii vlaftiitR here, baa l 1 1 far Ip r honab Mr. ami .Mrs. Kied s Baton arrival home raeterday on n.e Octormra fraia a lake trip io Bnlfalo. II. ntv VllleneuTa has opened up a i lackemlth simp in the oiu Lemon dra I nildinff. Sixth street. Vnthoti) i ika, aecompeii led i.. ahtter, Miss Luka has left rot Chi and Milwaukee to visit. Miss Blaie lloatson will leavi morrow for Milwaukee, where ahi lall relativea and friends John ' 'ip Ho lias returned tr..m lotia, where he has been cnrryln extensive loui;ltiK operations. Miss Ka lip line HottSher i naw, dnmonatrptor i"i the tyattawal Half woods Co is lit tin .'ashioli. Miss oii.. c.ivcnaiiKh f BaeTlnatt baa lefl for her bjsau after vialtlnq her sister Mis. Charlaa Maitindal'. Alfred Devey of tAutium, who won fourth monej in the Cornleh wreatllng tournatn-ni ai Waa;afllae In coniM lion with tip. Sons of si. fJeorge re union, Is snp'eiinjf frem a broken bone n his arm, n lead Ir cne of tin Louts. John I'. rtobeTta end family, of Carmen are proponing a macadatti road to connect Kansas rity and St Joajeph To The Sick. Dr. C. H. Shelters, Neuropathic Sys tem of Physiological Adjustments, euros aH human ilia- Stop taking drugs and avoid the knife. Most op eration are unnecessary. If you are sick do matter what ..ur allno-nta, i , nte rh route Don't flee up. Dr. Sheltara Physiolojical Treatmant will ' ora you. Tho isn nds of friends and ex fa tlenta will certIf thai we have cured i hen and prataiiiad theli irrai Coma Ar.d Gat Tha Traatmant That Cures. Consultation and Examination Free, suri TER6' NEUROPATHIC HEALTH INSTITUTE. Fir-t Nationil Rnnk Boildinq. Phone 79 L. Launum, M.ch. Ii ii tow-ill i ; on North Western Forestry Co. Tree Surgeons and Timber Estimators IRON MOUNTAIN MICH. Distinction In dress plaeoa the man In a el a. si h) himself The man or young man that la clothed b l i -1. iin can be dh tin Bttlehed at right as the beat dies , man In his commun ity Reputation for correct clothes hiiiiduu gained by 15 year in uusiiiess in Calomel. Unlimited aele- tlon of best woolen fabrhaU a nt that. perfect A style that's sar reel. A prh e tbttt'l fcanon aide. THAT'S ME J. B. Rastello Corner Sth and Portland up stairs. Sec re tri John Sui.ivan of tha Sad .ticket tit. iii pai i ntctii has reoarvad i lettii fTOal ;iailsoic, where the ll -ler peninsula touinameiil la to be m lit this car. iiiqiieaOtta' that the lie' l.o ket tin in. n i rocuie a lari-c baiui i with the name of the comar.y rim ed on It. to be nrrieil la the tin Bat t lairadt riiis raejaaai N proeaa4aa1 b 1 1 '.u of an end rprisitisf mov ing pic tare concord, 'o lake pictures al all .. ;he leadhm features al thti tour p imeiit, imlieMag the paradt So thai . oh Ii partiicnt ma be proper I des gaatea m 'i w ill eaiaa a atraamlag banner. The inminq pi- turea will include the toarnainent sports, parade atid other l.a lures and should prove very mter retttttr. The all! ht shown in i.ll af in. leading moving picture houeeg n the uppei iK'iiln.-nia. as well as in aajl side distri. ts and should help to a.' i ihe Ctoverktad in a unique manner. Mfhavv!. Hunning Team. The personnel Of the Mohawk run ninj; learn was a.iipuind todirV by Joe Blehr, managn md trainer af tiic teajn, as foUema: uri rf eaten la Haajh I in. BU. Thomas Vila. I lai rimMoii. I'aui Uogaa, triuiam ftSfi Mann Saain John Reaodoia. Arthur Kin. mtbm Bahner, Ki .r smith ohl Tn: dell. John SHey, M n tin Day and Joe r.lehr. It is h -lieved this In th" fastest tiam i hat h is eti r n urei ented h coim i urtry department. With fttich aprlntera aa Tekervia, llman. James. I'lp maa and Smith, it is hard to eee a'here Mohawk can lose out in the foot raeea or ".ik race .- i. tha rafeai urn. n haae nee or baoh and ladJdat race . .loe .lehr v. ill do tu.- cnuiHini ii. 1 also clniib the ladder, lie has had much experience in both of thaai rente and ran be roiled upon. Voting Contest Stantimga. Johll I'" hak Wiu ill the lead i i lie jrotittfj cotiteat w hicl. Is being con- lu ted l.v tip. .1i li iwk tireineti. when he rotee were counted today. Tin landing ol the ronteetanta hi ut fol Baslsf Housekeeping for the June Bride and Even Other Woman There's one thing certain Electric ironing doae uv a short. . easier, cooler ironing day. An Electric Waahar and Wrirger aura doae make easy wash day. An Electric Toaater and Percolater and eaay, cool breakfast. An Electric Fan will keep the room fresh and cool while y0u work or eaL WE HAVE THEM ALL. HOSKING ELECTRIC CO. Rea. -Phone 100-L Olfnc Phone 33 102 5TH ST. siki''"sii.V,C" - - r k On a' tHaflsrnr jw THE FIRST CORN i Trout Season in Full Swing So jret out your tackle, overhaul it and let us make it complete again. This is a great place for fisher men, for we have everything he can possibly need. I lies, gut leaders, lines, hooks, reels. The whole box of tricks is here. Keckooen Hardware Go, CALUMET. "Phone 163. IflCH BROOMS. ly found full act cptaiu c. Itm t was one statement for which he . never win llrltlah crodeoce. in Iowa; 'otes ii hn Poachak Cafjayei 1 1 hi . loan Viola, idohawh 7i fydej Klnaatoa, .Mohawk SM loaoph Donnegan, Ahmeeh .17.'; ai the Centfnl hica .. ill spend a fan aVt s iviii street, an Ion. here tl e I llipiUK. Anton Hopiaaoa has resigned his in ui at the HoiiKhton CoMBty sani- aiium. and returned to his home In !alumct Mi- . Hannah Weleaaaa and feajnli Mat) .ui have returned tr, m a tw ,eaka' ' idt to Bt. Paul, Minneapolis nd DuJuth. Mike Klomnhnr. i' BaVltttll gtraet, ii Banda) night en visit t- Min eapolhl, i3l) and Dutath, Minn , to h. baenl far tea lass rapt, and Mrs Junes Raare an! n tighter have arrived baane from 'iin- m, WiS., Wll.le the) ll..VI Ircel) ISII relatives and frlinHa Tip. Oalumei v. m. c, . haa been presented with a pair f scales -a Inch Will be pla.eil In ihe locker room, eN he convenience of Ihe mbmbera Mrs. Iljelmar Kumbulg will have the lati. r pari of this week for t'hl aip and Valparahsn Ind, A1 the iat- ler place s,,. win visit her sister. Misses Margaret hteKtnttoa an I A nea Borto left this mcrplni for ir -I roil where i hey wni raaume their itu'dlea at tim Harper hoapital, aflai isit iripj with local friends, fohn Hasanaesl has returned from Lead City. B. I .. w here he spent I In pi t seven monthe, and will again make hta home in Calumet i, a Una on Min, street. Lady rk wood," the well known loan! raclni horse, grill h- seen on the brack igaiti. She Is owned by IIokhii .an Bran, The mare has baaa ajfvefl long real and Is now said to he m line condition. The peal sale rat "Thi Bprtna Makr he be presented at the Cniumal thea ter Kanday r 1 1 idnii. win apan at i'orsi"i's tu". s stand Frldaj morning. Mrs Ceorue DlJIillb. left llii., moll, iti for the Sc., whet, ahe aiH visit. Miss Clarice Jones baa departed ,'or I'etiton. Mich, abare she wis spend about two weeks with her slater, Mrs. i Una r k. 'in tie. Vis. .1 CJ, M,i;,,Ts wife of (r A 1 1 rams, and aa tighter, left ragUiidgj r,,i Valaaraaaa, Ind., where Uatf win isit With Mrs. Ahiams' parents. Two special care hearing the geoctc effects for the production or Biter's "Ten Nights In the liar Fb om" passed through I'aluniet today on theli i,v to Kearaarge, wher,. tin piadmc4iea win be pies un (i nils eveaing. No article of fouuehntd convartonct is more familiar than the broonnj gad Harper home in Raw Torn the ii bruala i pgadj of lr um corn. The children wen d Ireouenth amu platd is now cultivated cxleiisivel li. Ihe valley of thi Mohawk rivir and in tha middle .M st, sas tha .N' m York Sun. cut it wan upon the Connect. . nt meoxsowa that Mm industry had Ua i-efinniiii; iii this oountrj . i.evi DMtinnon, a gntlve of ayetherp. Bald arho watnl to Hadle) in itmi, braasnhl wHh ham aaa bind at com seed which he shown! to Ma friends. -ayiiiK that Alien ful.v Mown it would inaio baiter brooena than UMi had aVaf Seen. The iiadie houaaa Ives lattglsatl at rim. riuss broawu to aaeep th and apMnter braaaas made i explorer by RhoSllag theit feat ovei th, caipel and lighting She gaH with their bngera from the cloctrlefty thus . crated. I in Chkllta went to l a, , and explained the experiment to som( iJngllah l ie. They flatl refused ... accept the tale, and Invited an ocular demonstration, in London it was r L'onraa, impnraible owtmi to the damp nesp ,,t the cllmnte. So it wa.- strom; In, Intimated to Du t'haiiiu that it would be hi iter far him to . ,m .,, his yarns to remote Africa, and not r, 10 bring any such preposterous atmv vena I from New Vprll Trom ChfonkU ami idnh Comment In tha Rook man ware good enpugb for every gay, and Un- lui.die and hair braem brottghl I Irani England certain!) douM not in surptissed by an kind d corn, Hp snld. Dleklnaon, however, not dhroauragi I kept his own col lisel harvested the I ;,rst . roe) of broom corn from hfi k.m- den, , oiiii iv , , a in. tin ,1 i seraoina ,!.. aged freSi the bruib wltli knife, and iiti i wan: w !th the edge of i , ami ' slitina in n chair with twine in a rati : uneter baa feet, he acamd ii around t:,e Irtish In hta lap. gad thus ma n hratgni Not a.sikinu lli itelghbora to buy1 ht i7tK he aadMled bgi beaoaaa bj WU Immgbarg, Aahfleld and Cksgmay, ii said mat the day he aoid ills nrat braeag was ihe baanansl in his tlfh, !n 1TH! ha rartiad braagM to i'iits llcld, and In isiil ;,s far as New Lon don. Then Hadle) people luajaii to ranliae ihat I new and rog table lidnstrv ha i been started Iti I heir tieighbttrh I, Mm in Whateiev at.d Hatfield went into the business, and Dickinson. !imll- m io himself, grove wagons loaded with brooafM to 'loal m end to Albahy, nd found a read) saaurhai Aa ha m oiv his own handles and spun the twine I loin Ins ow n fla v t he . osl of tl,.. hloom was llttkt, and the demand fuf up. finish,, i product was great in 110. Ton ainn brooms were mark u Hampshire , unity, and before the hath of Dickinson, in I I3, people In all parts of tic Olllilrv wet.. iiBlno Hadley braonuk Ills triumph was rjofB plete. We are not gating more, hut Ihera arc more ol us eating, which ace t i for the in. i eased deanggat " foo i il oducts Ther a are till more natives than Baropeaae la tha union af South Afri a. hut the proper tang is rapldi) dim- inishinc CWpaga'l hoard of review prom sea to reduce real estate valuations FOR SALE The dwelling property, cornel Tlnnl and Tamarack Sts.. laiuriuin, owned by M. J. OTblen. Thla la one of the most desirable dwelling heuaea In Laurlum and ran !" seen at any time by appointment Faucett Bros. & Guck 'A LI' MKT AND I.AI'UHM. Mfatlattea roHactad bj c.i.iniiy. the rrencb Mtrtincaner, show ihat Mime the atsteanth century 7I eometa have bean Saxaverad, or erhlch io were geiiodlt gpd flneteen have been visi ble to th, naked eve. with seven that conk! have heeei se, n iii lull dgylbjhi Nenrly two thirds of the dlKcovenes gpaaaar to have been made tn the mam ina before eanrtee, more than hnaf In i hi si ond hnlf of the vear. The I ren a , irs.'t atorlea have id in dbnmrvartes sixtv -seven of the comtta baring baea! iirst deteiied at Maraetllea and fort) six at Paris, hut onl ulxteen at f'c- neva, which lies the next hlgheal ree ord gfteen at Klorence, and rourtien at the ,i, ihservnlory. I'oi the first half of 1i the (Jttlteg s' '' siei i uarpwnOjM has shipped M7t,0O6 tons of finished steel fADS SSftT I room house in ftiil Ja 1et QagaJ at!on and neighborhood. 120 AO. m I Al CK'I 1' UK' b 1 . i . is ihe laerdinat vanity bad habit oi rodomontad the Afrlclan okptorer hral Du ChalHu daarroditaai his actu.,1 ichsevementa nis htatemeata ahav! Rorillaa and Hp. counti v of the dwavfa were ai Mrst queatloned bj tha Bng Hah Scientific authorities, bid , ventmil No Money I Sect , (,: I not the Health , work for "iiv. Why alwus he I Plaining abOUl pap,, v. hen you can ;; I health sbandahtly in your own tow ''oine and allow m p, retnov.- i i'.M SI-' of Jbjur sl kr.ess. and then n litre giree yesj health and strcin I I have given numerous pgoph lb I during m two reara in this town. and see me. and lei me get at H root of our trouble. R. J0BLING, D. C. Graduate Chiropractor. 312 Sixth Street I Phone 69 J Caumet D Alstons Hold their shape J ss We are Selling; ()ur RALSTON. STI' I SON and DOUGLAS Oxfords at 20 per cent Discount. Take Advance of the Reductions, as You Still Have Tmea Months to Use Them. B-iaaHW-OIit.