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NOW IS THE TIME
To get c; . rj.-jy. We have our Bicjdc Sund-.t and repairs
on Ml a.
A COMPLETE STOCK
Of everything at the right pr ce. including
KELLY HAN OLE BARS. LONG K w ti dE R GRIPS MUD GUARDS
AND EASV SP G SAODLE3
Come m and tea the new 1911
(iENDKON BICYCLR
It's worth while.
CARLTON HARDWARE CO.
too rif in ST.
t ah Ml r
COMMENCEMENT
HERE JUNE 18
LOCAL BREVITIES.
1 lhault s expected home w
Suit Week
A Special week for the display
of Redfern Suits it is an
idea that appealed to us and
we believe it will appeal equally
to you. Surely an entire week is not too
much to devote especially to the display of
the wealth of new ideas embodied in the
Red fern Suits for spring.
Hon. 0. T. Corsans. Speaker, Is
Well Known Educator
with the innounceaeent a short tint i
.i-. I .t IfoeV . T. C MMM of v'olum
sua lhuo win u- th iDikmr ncemen t
' ta t far the "fahima i nestle
I Bad that the BMMM MM tit
iii ue ii io in mo WHiitt-r
n Thuroda) evening, Juno is. the
numbers i f the cluse t.f i;.u are 1. -
Sinning t.. make preparations for the
BlOW 'it I f P !.. s)l year.
Hon . T Coras ns la an sansriainaJ
educator, having h, id the position si
mil : i-Ut nd nt of puM;. instiuction in
Hk Matt of i lino for .t number of
- iif is bm the puMlehar af om
o4 im foremost tmanatlonal journals, a
work that is ivi otiiut-l as standard in
all etlncatioiL.il circle m iUino-
!.. il, : ii tus lr t'olumous. ohm. Hon
Coraane is a eery tineut end tlrtrreent
i public !. ik-t- ..mi the remittee v
i the Onppc country schools tad fot -
tuaata hi.ing his UOOeptaaoe ns
OOtmrnoawnl speaker. Ha will
tellver the commencement eddreeeea
M -f the Copper country hit;!:
Ti-.e i laaa o I 14, Including both Um
Pebruery and June esaaeea arttl naav
bar stoat no Mu taenia.
Part have already been assigned
tot tha tfaaa day eamrciaee the date
of whi. i will he aat hit. i. Those se
lected for the vartOtta parti are:
M.M.r.iti William 1 terry man.
tfator Ttuaeell Johnson.
' -WlMlaea Book end James
dray. .
' Him Ruth Krickson.
Comp aar of etaaa mng BtanMj
Bterbena.
Wi.r.la of . lass song Charles Maga-
hae boon choeen m
rent a"d greeeftil sp'mg or
' fill ess at the hip
drapary. Qaite diffweml
tones of
to these
pe -ssnal
VertinBros.& Go.
C 1 v m C t
Lay.
Oraoti and a hit
th- 1 1 iss lolors.
The elaaf ! idad to purchase R
hunpi dcaa and mimlair of tea chairs
to ba piacad .n the rostrum as a class
mamorlaL
la Um prapaimtfaai far the eom
tnencament axrctaaai Um matter of
Itaaa hai not btea overlooked, .sim
pttcity will ba the keynote jn the mat
ter of attire this year. Tli pOUftf fc
dlaa hive vo. ,l f,, wear white lrr ss s
t the plain, st m ,t .ri d olitainahle.
'! rooni man have dacldad upon a
" latlon nt w'-.ite Dannal trouaara,
'i n k or dark blna roata, soft white
hirta and iratii tiaa
DELEGATES TO LAKE LINDEN.
Calumel and Kewaanaw eoontv
ranches ..f th odd Pk4kmi arlH ba
r- lad by food rtataftilnna at ih"
aual t Ini of t ba i 'opper Country
' ' ' Pellowa asaoi latlon at Lake ,ln-
fHHi Saturday avenlnc, at which pffi
rm for I ha . oauiaa ( ar will ho
: imed and plana '. in ba made for tha
I Um i. v i . r. anatver-
" ! Local lodsaa have re-
atvad ' oflU lal communication from
O. a. stellar, trand s;r- ..f Um aovar
i Brand I idja, calllni upea them to
ai thta annivaraary,
CONVENTION THIS EVENING.
Tha annual convention fOf Caitimat
'VM.shi;. will be held tins evenitifr in
', B7aaktnaTton school hah to place in
nomination candidate for Um various
rnahlp oflleaa. Bodm warm contests
ara looked for, There re rtfktyBva
dele ates entitled to convention seats.
lam of this Weak from a visit to v'hi-
i a;ri '.
M" and Mi. i r . MunRerford of
Hi. Boa hae ar flvad kara to vtatt artah
if if s, n. i,in, w. Mi.iik. nor.l and
"e. Mr. ajad .Mrs. 1 i unKel loi d atv
en route horn. : the Soo after an ex
tended tour through the w.m
Raj Treatr.ul af K lymh atftttM n is
ill arttk pneumonia.
The funeral f the late Mis. Marsa
i.t Kruij was I. .Id this morning with
seiNlcHS m Pa rod Heart church.
Tony Keshofsky and Hleve Yoti a
home from a luisiiiess tnii to Milwau
ke nod Clskaujo
Willium HHl.olcau o :thc i M
William Hill lean of the C i H
horaa Wadaaeday and sustained a
fractured arm
Mr. and Mrs Anton Music have ar
rived home from a visit to iron River.
Mrs. Mace Williams of Neintunee
formerly of Otl.imct. is visiting with
!".!! ft tends .md rotatlvei
Mr. and Mrs. Telesphore RkUeChatta
t St Xlcholas. l-istetn ranada. are
rlaiUac w tth local fManiB.
Calumet ri nda arUI be interested
to learn that Rev. iy. Pnutlh al Shaf
fer, who frequently visited in Oalu
m.t is exrected home shortly from a
vis t ta kaajih and Central kaaartta.
John I.u.ns pf Ptae street, a mPio:
employed in the Caknaat brunch af the
Calumet & Keda. recetved shut
Caip wound while at crk rts ently
as tne result r hrniK struck by a
falling rock. He will he row lined i
his home for a few days.
T. c Hart of QHk Arijona. ar
lived here today to make his ptrnu
aent residence.
Miss Mildred Anderson V..,s atrttrad
baaae from Marquette where she has
been attandlraj the Normal achooL
Johns.. a Vivian of Laturinm is ui at
his home.
The Bhoat win walk lor ampjoyaa el
the C, & H. and oth r local mines to
morrow.
John Chriatuan of Oeceola denarted
today for Altoona. Pa., where he ex-
It" ts to make his permanent rcsi
dan .
Mlea Aitken. who is iii ckarve of th"
lakeetde Ploral eoaapanya brBach
here, is ill. Miss Voil Munn ..
Houghton is hilling the position tem
porarily. Willi .tii Tr. enning has arrived home
jroni a buataaea visit to the Iron coun-
t ry
Mrs- Chartae Trehtleock af Cryvtnl
Kails is isitin with alutnet friends
Jamae it Cudlip is viaitinp arltti
CalUBMt friends for a short time.
C. 1 1. Tucker of Rack Harh..r i-;
t s -1 i n r CalttBML
John Lea, nad rii.is and Henry Tre-
verrow t Naajavaaa are vkajting win,
'aluRtet friends.
The advance sale .if seats for The
Quaker 'iri." to ba presented here
Monday evening, opened tins morning
al Foretere, The eale was vary heavy,
STEP TOWARDS
! CIVIC BEAUTY
Unsightly Objects Along Red Jack
et Road to Be Removed
An Intpovyutt stride towards great. 1
uiio Utl is llkelv to be undertak
en tha summer in the improvement
of th u M'ction ot the so-called 'alu
BH t ... I.I. barelarkaf on Red Jacket
rkad, Whih no dfknlte plana have been
made for this undertaking, there la
little deutu it will be accomplished.
The completion ol the Coloeeeunt
rink and the eradlna of thai anrtloa .it
the Held i.c.upied l the rink is the
'irst si, towards 'nipnninir these
Hi. unds, and now it is smrgested that
Up i.niainder of the licld. extending
from Um Caioa BttlkMag to Um rink
c ie , ied and ail unatphtly objocti re-
in. ved an.! ti e whole see. led with
' - Th s st.p arouM undoubtedly
be appreciated by residents of the
town and would he in line with similar
mi n vein. 'its mad. elsewhere and Uu)
caaypaln which is being eoadttcted
bg the civic InRprovaaaenl workers.
n them the Cahrmm Playdround
.sso. iat . n
The l alumet Storage t'o., owners
of the v'oloss.-uin. plan a number of
mprova'meaaj ta tha Cotoaaeunl
grounds this summer c.lso to the rink.
Phe dnvvtors will hoi J a. meeting soon
ta de Ida upon what material to us '
or a th oring for the rmk. A sectional
hardwook tloor on a -uncrete base and
an asp! ..it iiear have keek suggested.
Kitlur WOUld be suitable for roller
sk.itinc. t. which amusement the rink
arll be devoted this summer, it is
bartRj poealkla this Boor can be laid
in t m, for r..ll, r skating during the
spring months.
Dekko Wall Colors
II'VTT )
A HKI. 14 1 I
DEKKO I '
V t)l KAMI.'.:
COLO WATER
WAll FINISH
IWM, HUhJ Wad
'i- M Ul Cmm. rb.
CHTftrtirs nidi m co
4a. h am: in.
OM(CAO etvW
Aro made from .elected met,rial,
and ara aamtary, dur,b,
poiaonout.
They are properly pr,p,re) in .
powder form and will fliv, Mtiafaetary
re.ult. for all mter.or work where ,t
de..r.d to give a rich, .odd and Bam
effect.
Dekko wall colora ar, ready for
mediate use when mlxd with cold
water.
21 BEAUTIFUL SHADES.
Keckonen HardwarcCa
DIVORCE
MOUTROSE COMMANDERY.
'lhe.e will be i eoeciad aaaiMAattM
of Montroee Commandery, KnUfhta
Templar, in the MasoiPe ter.ijde Tues
day evening at which Um order of the
temple win be conferred There artR
be a banquet e'dock and
"peeial enterta I nmenl arill be provided.
Memhera of Pataatine Commandery
have been invite. i to attend.
l:ig sal.- of Childrens Dnss.-s an.l
Aproni while they last at U cents
Vertln Broa Co, Cloak Dept. ihd
Moor, raiumat
Adt ertleement.
Buck' Wm Tvvin
Stove 3 1 Flue
and M Laurcla
Ra"3e W Ranges
Are I Are
pce- Fuel
Maker g Savers
IS A SERIOUS PROBLEM.
We are unable to furnish divorce papers, but car
supply Wall Papers of the lateef designs and color-mgs.
BLOY FURNITURE CO.
FIFTH ST., CALUMET
LATE JAMES WIGGINS.
- --i n iib 1 1 if ii i
eie r.
ASSELIN'S
Remains to be Shipned to Massachu
setts For Burial Tomorrow.
Jamae Wiggins, need about 71 years,
father of Jam.-.s r wiRRtna of the firm
.r i lately YVigvlns and Co, passed
away at the home of his son this
morning, following an lUneee of sev
eral daya With pneumonia. The dece
dent was well known in this city, hav
ing made his home here for a nuni'.er
of yeara The announcement af h.s
demise is received with much regret.
Al I momenta are being made to
COndUCt funeral services lamoffua t"
the Barred Heart ehureh of Calumat
and to ship the remains either tomor
row morning or afternoon, t.i Ma aaa
chueetta, where final Iniermanl arill
ba mnde.
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I
You get your own sleeve
length in the
State Savings Bank
RIUM, MICH 10 AN
Statement oi Condition, .March 4, 1014
Leaf a
Rm
Banking
Other Rt
Overdraft
Due frriY
Surnlu Fund
L hd ien Prof.te,
Dl.t to B nk . . . .
Commercial Depos
Savings Deposits
iCES.
!A B i L I T I E
$ 646,028 81
192,612 ?4
37.500 00
8,236 36
1,124 B j
193.659 23
59,632 M
$1,138,793 81
100,000 00
100,000 00
33,739 1 0
4,369 V,
467,070 90
433,614 C3 900,68 1 93
$1,138,793 m
vee t c a r - aeeeaMi e a a - - i
I
'aapae
MARKET & GROCERY
312-314 S-xth Str., Calumet.
Phone 388-M.
MEATS
' Chickens
Prime nb roast Beef, per
Rib Boiling
Small Pork Loina
Mutton Roasts
Chuck Roast
Mutton Stew
Mutton Legs
Raw Leaf Lard
Veal Stew
Veal Reaet
Round Steak
Sirloin Steak
Smoked Picnic Hams
Swifts Best Mamt
Try our home made
None better.
WILL INSPECT THE ELKS.
Ifa
1Jr
144
lr
lOr
134
2(rr
154
sausages.
40 YEARS IN BUSINESS
Merchants & Miners Bank
r Al I U.ICT laiOUK a
CALUMET, MICHIGAN.
Capital Peid m
Surplua and Und v.ded Profits
Liability of Stooxroldara
. i5o.ooaoc
. 250,000 oe
150,000.00
Internet P g on Time Dapgaita
w!j tUl CAPITAL and bURPLUS of th.. BANK and the LONG
EXPERIENCE of it. OFFICERS ir CONDUCTING the BUSINESS of
BANKING should make rt SAFE DIPOtlTORV for part of your
EARNINGS-
Charge B'.9g, Pra.ident.
Peter fluppe. Vice Praa't. ktei n Pe ill, Ca.hi.r.
W. B. Ander.on. V.oa Preal end Mgr. J r- Shepard, A.s't Ca.hier.
GROCERIES
28 lb. G. Sugar 1 I",
Apple., per peck QOc
Yellow Omon., per peck ((!'
Carrots, per pack 25f
Large Jer Olive. 25
I 3 Large cars Peaches. Pears, Apri
cot, or Plums 50f
Special Coff.e, lb JS5f
, Rutabaga, bu t7f'
Keg Milcher Herring . SOf
4 Kkg. Oorn Hakes aiiC
2 Lb.. Peanut Butter 'JlTif
Catsup. Gal ITtV
Catsup, pt.., any brand 204
5 Large Can Tomatoe. -IJif
4 Cane Sweet Corn 27r
1 Lb. Tall Red Alaska Salmon t(.
4 Can. Swet Pea. llrtf
Orange., 3 dox for TiOf
Orange, any size peck .
Pranh I. rfelndel of lahprmlnf. oep
uty Brand exalted ruler af the Etka
haa in ttfled iakcaaet lodge that ha
will be la-re next Tuesday evening to
i onduci ins annual Inspection and
School of instruction. A Spat ial eOB
i"ii of the lodge has heen called i"
bealn it S o'clock Tllesdav eveninir.
There will he an Informal mr ial .ses
sion afterwards.
ARRIVALS OF THE STORK.
Births recently reported to Town
Bhtp Clerk (teoraa Martin are as inl
loWB I tit imhters t.. Mr. and Mrs. FVed
A la tale -f ttl Prakklin street, ami
Mr. and Mis. J. din AJUquUH of 113
Quincy street. Prorkta, and son ti Mr,
ami lire. Richard Blmonaon of son
I 'alum i avenue,
DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
The dellnqueni tax list for Itll and
previous ysara f Houghton county i
publlahed as a eupplenaeni to the
areekly edttlon f tm' Neera today.
No need to tug it and soil
your cutis, to hunch j our shoul
ders, t bunch your ileevei
with sleeve lioltltrs.
And 1 or Comfort an.l tippeamnee
thsre'a pre-ehrunk necsJnuidsi en
breakable buttonholmi asiwreutly
rut koUlderii smooth setting
fronta nuUchad patterns.
Cuatavfrt i color cud aUU",
A New Shin lor One that rail .
EdHaas&Co.
FIFTH STREET CALUMET
We Keep an Eye on
OurLumberSupply
We I uy 'lir -riiy from the best
euroee of supply we get the pick
of the best. You get the pick or J
the bait lumber when you
here. Do you m nt lumber fo-
prset use cr future delivery?
Yo'.i'll do best to nlare your ord-r
now 'nr aifhas (, :- iul
compa-e them also compare thr " .
i i v.
mnitcr,
u -c line
Armstrong- 1 hielman Lumber Co.
HL BBELL aai hum
CALUMET
HANCOCK
J
Edward Ulseth
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Dealer in all kinds of BUILDING
MATERIAL.
COAL & WOOD
CALUMET
Phone 7.
YARDS AT
COPPER CITY
Pnone 36.
HANCOCK
Phone 122.
Schneller & Co.
MEATS AND GROCERIES.
Cor. L. L. Ave. and Pewabic Sts.,
Laurium.
IamBMBLWAULJ lJBelfllaaVa
RSMH fVAL rncn
Miss L Isaacson wishes to announce
that she will move her millinery store
from th. 7aion Balldlng to larch .v
Sojis Mnch next to the Ten Cent store
on Saturday Maivli 'Mh. where you
are cordially Invited to attend a show,
ing of the new st spring millinery,
Advertisement.
r.ig sale of children's Dvaeoei and
Aprons while they last at OOBtr.
eiim Urns AL- CP, 'loak Dept. n.l
i-'iior. Calumet
Advertisement
CAK1 SAUK.
The Ladksi of hi Marge ist'i Ootid
will enndui t a cake wile Kiiturdav
M if h II Bl the BdWardU and Co. .Meat
Market, Laurium. from - to .", p, f.
Advert laenient.il
dis
Mha T m. WeiHing win haH
"la- hi ev. iuslve liiif of sprint: niilll.i-
ery heptanlaB Wednesday March Itth,
SPECIAL FCR SATURDAY
Ju.t a few words to the economical
housewife. Yon have a nnht to snend
your money where you wish. It i. your
privilege, therefore we offer you ex
traordmary low price, on meat.
groceries. You cannot make a mistiKe
in buying from u.
Chicken, per lb ig,;
Kib Roast
Leg Mutton
Leg Veal jgc
Veal Roast 17,
Veal Stew iu
B-:e r -v
ooinng 10(J
Porterhouse 22e
Leg Lamb OQr-
roik Loin 7e
opsi Brick Butter 32.;
Good Creamery Butter 3Qc
Fresh Eggs 23o
I Dozen Orange.
6 Can. Frmt , $1.00
Qt. Jar Sweet Pickle. 25c
Pint Catsup ,gc
Swiet canned corn per doz. 0nc.
Standard Tomatoes, pe, , iQr
23 Bais NapfhS Soap 1 1 CO
Fresh Butternut Bread.
Phone 126.
Watch
Arguments
Are plentiful and plausible end
of them are also pretty
conv:ncmg.
good watch talk doc-.n t
necessarily mean a oo3ti VV.i-.h
A rci!l dependable timepico
a surpri.in'ly sensitive
us-1 inism and to bo safe .1
purchaser should keeo orott
cioso to the standard makes.
W- rrr l.-d to au.lrant c
Watches became we kn-w w'io
mac'o them know how we I thev
re made know they can't rds
appoint you.
We take all tne risk of vour
not being plea.ed and invito
your custom with that unde--
tanding.
WARREN JEWELRY CO.
321 Fifth St.,
WaMiMMMHBSaUUMi
Grichar's Market
706 Oak Str.
Prioea on first quality meats and
grocefle..
Hog. 13c
Fancy Pork Loin. 17c
Lea Pork 18c
Shoulder Ham. 15c
Leg MtlttOU 1"
Leg Limb '8c
lib Roast . .. i:e
Fo.kleH flam.
j Spr. R.b. 15c
Urangcs, per doz 25c ami mc
Club Houso Brand Cat.up, per pint
bottle 18c
j 25 lb. Back Sugar $1-15
49 lb. Sack Best Flour $135
All other merchandi.e sold at b o ;' 11
prices.
aa 1 r-.rth St.. Calumet, m
i
MILK FED
BABY LAMB
If vou arr InnUinrt for Somethi.T)
very fine for your Sunday d'nner ord";-
a leg of lamb. Look in our window
for .pecial price, on high grade goods
Some of our specials:
Pork Loins 16c
Cra.-imery Butter, 1 lb. prints
Loose Butter -r
Eggs, strictly fresh 23c
Quello's Market
TRY A NEWS WANT AD.
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