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8ATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,
THE CALUMET NEWS
1914.
FAGE SIX
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COPPER BRINGS TWELVE CENTS, j
TONOPAH BCLMONT.
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With This Bank
Mi'm another c cpot t next week
and follow ti'S pl.in i i s'.eic!i!y
to ycur advaruge.
There's rrore pcopl living
money than ev;r bi-or t e y
are al.ve to toe fact thai SAV
INGS Lr.r.y ccr.tc.it.
Join tr.cm, i'nc! let v re! I in
terest to wrat you uc;as.t.
Calumet State Dank
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Ir.a; l:lo-s..m l.ja I.J.I
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rard. tin' 1'iis.n' aiv.'s.nlor at
larlin. Tla- tlii.-o K.'juilili.-an.rt art- Pa
lo 1I.V7':. i, .F...u- Hi!!. Jalii.rt V. WaliiW t 11.
Jr.. aial William M. ii?T?aInl.riil':.
ro!l' of Nov York rit xill la- nno
l oscil for t!: Pri'tiTt-mix liollliliiitioll
f..r M-nan-r.
Seven For Governorship.
Tlu-lf ,il'f fc.-M-n . a li.liilateH of til'
.l.ftpi .-nt j.artW'f :'r tho iioinin.it ion for
i:ii fti.or. Tlu- 1U- ht aniotiK tlif I'.ia
... Mits irt l. t'.Mfii CuMi'ii"!' ! im anJ
i thf fol-'J'-lin A. ll.!:ipsp . Tin tlirt'O Itopnli-
lii-an i iiiuli.liitp.s a iv Distri. l Attor.iry
.'I'lil.s s. Whitman. Job 17. Ilo.lfrp"
I)ax n;'ort of m.-iila, a formt-r stiitf
s niitor. sfi krt tin- l'i oi;tvs.i n...niii:a
tioii. Mr. 1 )ax fii"'it wa.rt muv iainli
ilatf for I i-u t ti.t t 1 1 liiivi'i iiiir, i ijiios.sl
in him for thf I'roiv.-sivp nomination
.for y.ix nmr i. fi.rni.r loxfinor Wil
li i:ii S;i!zit. So far tin- I'l orc-.ixa'
I l.-iMlcrs .-. -in t. haxv lifpn iinal.Ic t
! r.rtt imatf to tla ir oxxn ,.it isfa. tioii jast
jxxhiit i!'i 1 1 ml I of tllf.r otf liill lf
rorral'.fil l.x Mr. Snl;i. r, xim is a can-
will lmt in- tin- tasy joi. tliis jcar it
has lafii in nt hois. Tli.ff iii'Vc:' .xas
a limp in tla- history of this Male whin
an i nn Il. il oti-r . m I.J not j.. into
thf otint; hooth on itini.iry .lay ami
l.y iin rt lx I'ohhn a (.allot ami liaial-
vl , in- it l.a k to Dim lf lion o!ll ial t onhl
; . I ti 1 in all thf ;;ly he was i-allnl
iih.i to rfoi in in a prim try flf. tion.
Mrk For Every Candidate.
This xiar it xxill .o iliflViv nt. With
the nw iiiift priniary law in ffff.-t
ix.r.x x.t.-r xx h.ii ho fiit.r til" polliiiK
.ai TiU'Mlay will la 'alUal upon t
-M n iff lith his; mental ami i'lisii al
fai ultiiM tu tt nival, r t xttut than In
any pivXiiHis, juimat) i'l tiiiufiil t-Ua-ti.ai
In thin Ktatf.
Thf la w ballot is a nioililinl fi'iin if
lllf Ma.ssarhlt.tl.s l all"t, lifia st.M:itinn
tlu' maikints' of oiv X mark in thf
olinj; sp;u whiih appfais in fiunl of
t'Xt iy i .Mi.lulat. for xx lioin l.f ilfsliva to
otf. Thin will imi!. if tin- iiirolli'il
otiT tu tnirU his liillot In at least
tliilly-tixe ililYelent pines, ulal in
some install, is In- max hf eallfil itpoa
to mark It lifly times, jiioviih'tl he de
sirex to ote fur lie t a liilhlaleH tor the
I'oiMity I'onitniitii if. in l is elfilion
.iistilit. As tu nanizalion tolitlol Will
ilepeiul entiiel.x on the ability of a
lea.ler to eoiitiol the ToMlity I'ollllllit
Uv, it is likely thai K""xl MrKaiii.atiuii
men xxlm in other yeais liae tlnne
their fi ll ilut.x by xotiiM; the utraixht
tieket." xxill be h.1.1 to tin.' lie. essity
of iiekiTijf out lii'mi .nisl from a lint
of from twenty-live ta txxUe that
number of t an.ii.lates for v'ouiily iVm
ni.ttte pla-e.s the i amli.hites wanted
l.y the oi Li iin'zat ion leaders.
Fifty Markr. cn Bcd'ots.
Willi the elf.li.n of inembeiH on
party i otninittet s and the ii"n;ln;itioi.
nf j.art) eaiidhliite for olliees, tl.oiv are
disttuts where the enrolled i ter may
be it-paired to mark h's ballot in as
nut n as titty phi' es in order to vat'f
the fall tiilat. .Nor will the primary
ballot in usf f r thf lirxt tinif this -ar
have the party emblem, fiitnilliir from
of old, to Kiiide the loyal oiKani.at ion
Tnan in piikin nut the eatididates
bearing the organization n'.mx In the
fol lil of emblem pla. ed at the top of
a party toliiniti.
The present primar ballot wan de-t-iU'ifd
fiiinkl.x fur the purpose of dis
iioiiiinin; "MtralgM tiikft" 'ttliiK and
to i tilllpel thi' lllx lb d Voter to ptae
tii e .lisi t iiniii.it ion In the picking of
his candiilates for nominations or par
t) positions. That iia idenlally the
hallo; should heroin.' a bafl'liiie, puzzle
to the Illiterate voter did not deter the
enthusiasts for flection ivfoini from
pressing their plea for the elimination
from the primary ballot of the party
emblem, which they loiltelld should not
be used as a means of xivinK advan
tage to one candidate over another in
a fam;ly quarrel. They did not win
their point without opposition from the
machine element of both the older par
ties in tlie It Kislattii e, alal it was only
after the law had been enacted that
the di.s'"er.' was mailt' that it pro
vided for numbers in the space beside
the name of each candidate where a
party emblem will appear on the cen
tral ballot.
JAIL GERMAN BARONESS.
London, Sept. "ij. Harmless Marie
von Neubcr, f member of the 7erinan
nobility, xxas sentenced to twenty-one
days' imprisonment for failing to regis
ter as tin-alien enemy of !rcat I'.rit
nin. Mfr husband Is eonininndiiiK t hi
Ilitihth Herman army corps. The
baroncHK keeps a private Mfhaol In
Hoinlon, mid litis a so'n In ihe Uritlsh
service.
SHELL PEACEFUL TOWNS.
German Ambassador Points to Attack
cn DasstlJjrf.
Nw York, Sept. Jii. -fount
r.einstorif tiiscussed with some spirit
tho tiillcism leveled at the Herman
army lor iiropp.HK bombs .upon lilleH
out ,.f airships. II.- ob.-c ved tl. a while
the ilerman.s had dropped their bombs
upon fortified titles. It appeared that
the French and FnKli.-h n."; liters had
st nt them down upon t.afoi i i:U .1 lities.
"Acioidin to FiiKlisii ol!'u i;il news.
Fiuli.sh aviators tliiexx bombs mi un
fortified 1 msst b'.oi f, w lii. h wmtbi, In
my opinion, throw an intt rest im: lih'.
on the professed ndivnall"n of the al
lies when the Hi t nuns thiivv bombs
on the fortified cities t.f Antwerp and
Purls," commented the ambassador.
Java possesses nuns of temples of
H vanished rclM ion Hail i'
wealth of sculpture suri-iiss an. t hia:', !
I!)pt can show. I
CLASSIFifJD ADS)
WANTED.
3 HK.NTS A Pnl'NI) paid for ileiinj
cotton rau-s. No scraps. Calumet
Spv.'m ollb'o -tl I
WAXTFii Second h.aad took Move,
also heater. Phone If. W. -3'1
HELP WANTED.
I HAVi: A CtiNTUACT To dlidrilnite
a million I '1 11717 pkKs. li 't tix Soap
powder. Want reliable i,i n :ind wom
en to lulp. $1.1.00 weekly. WAVHIM.V
ItlUiWX. 7o0 N. Franklin, Chicago. -JC
W ANTKI) TltA V KI.KK. Ae 17 to .10.
Kxpeiienee ni ne, i ssary. Salary,
coniuiission and expense allowance to
liKht man. J. 17. McHrady, Chi ;ivo. -J
SALESMAN.
SAl.irs.MKX for Mriall toxxns. whole
time or side-line. Special sab s plan
allow inn ritiirn of uasobi moods nnla-s
quiik easy dally, sales, $.1.on commis
sion on each order. S M I7TI I INH 17.N
TIKI7I.Y NF.W. Write lor pocket ..iii
flt today. .MAY .MI'll.CM, -TJ Siuel
St., I'hicaiAo, 111. -Ji
FOR RENT.
Ft HI ni7.N'T The o'Hiic n residence,
Jjo Iroquois St., on October first. Ap
ply to P. 11. o'Hrien or J. 1!. Paton.
::o
Foil KF..NT Four-room arnuim ment,
either ap or down stairs, in nootl l
'.ation in Iuirium, for mim.U family.
Hlectrie 1i:;hts, etc. Apjily J. V, Nara,
Calumet, New Studio. -5
I'oU HI7NT I'urnished room. Moder
ate priie. Apjilv :!::i -'.'.'a St., Ib-d
Jacket.
FOR SALZ.
F Ml SAI. 17 -Il" itin
11(i:i S. h.d i-'i.
stove cheai.
Ft Ml SATJ7 Fifty spring chicken. Ap
ply 7'ew8 otHce. 29
that
helps
VOU do not need to be a
scholar to get the greatest use from
this book. Many an uneducated person
is now enjoying all the best the world
can give with its help.
Come into this bank today"find let us givo you one.
A bank book will start you on the .'pad to success.
Piii?f NT o f i rv n n 1 Rfinlr ni ffi!ntvift
21m
1 N 90
PHONE 820 NORTH
BVIIIVJIUl!.
BROKERS
m t m
LAURIUM. MICH.
WRITE or PHONE us if you havo
any storks or bonds FOR SALE or if
you are looking for any investment or
speculative BARGAINS.
Wo can get a MARKET for you even
if exchanges are closed.
Before buying BONDS get our prices.
News Want Ads. Bring Results
Subscribe for The Calumet News
Grinnell
f1 Am M-v
250 Becker
Sale Price 118
OF-
Resort
$400 Grinnell Eros.
Sale Price $292
PIANOS
S250 Ceo. Woods
Sale Price $110
SoOO Whitney
Sale Price $148
$350 Shoninger
Sale Price $168
$250 Knight- Brinker-
imfT
Sale Price $192
M .w..v
Sale Price $222
corn QoVmpfFer
Sale Price $236
Sale Price $2
OPENS AT OUR WAREROOMS, 307 QUINGY ST., HANCOCK
7:30 MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28th
Without anv fxccpti.di, tlif -ivatfsl Pimio .sale of Jt4 will our stupendous clcaraiKM' ol' SuinnuM' li sot I UVnlai Piniios YWvvy Fall for tl.r- pat Ten Years
w, havt. Im Itl a iiuilai- .altearl, has heeti dealer tlian tlu- one before; t aeli, the country's -n-atest selling event-a CMearanee not 1 he et.n.paretl Willi any other
al. aiiyu lM.n.,M,Hip .it,raietht.atlvantai;vspresent'tl. Hut never in our histo. y-i.ever in the history ol the nan., luis.ness, ..as mere neen a i .a.to-.Mt.M, o,Tm-
t unit v which nit aiit o niueh to vou as this one.
uv Now Save . All the Remit -
Makin- neeesMiry this t reinendoiH Sale, and niakinu; posslhh- values which
id other House can approach, is our rental business 1o those occupying Summer
Homes autl Cottages thrtMi-htMit the State. I'or years we have been establish-
Rental Heathjuarters for Michigan the hundreds ol LManus lurnishetl at
et as
the beinninv; of the season are now' Wing returned. Hut our warerooms are
lilled with new stock lor the Fall and early Wilder business. An immediate
clearance of these rental Pianos is imperative we have no other alternative
we cannot accommodate them they must be closed out in out short, sweeping
sale
$110, $172, $165, $128, $118
In other words, bnv a Piano from our regular line a world-famous Piano
i t . i i l... ,....o iiiik w.livi nr home ;:iitd iref 'it S.I. ).
one u-t ti miiy a few snort unnim o ::;;'V7,: ;y 7, '
75, s'.Ki, iflOO or more below regular price. l )Av ii idn imji,-
l.AIt Wi; II W'K WVA VA Id) Ars KIN I ami m inan f.iM-h juh, m .in one
who miirht see the Piano in your home, could not tell it from brand new.
And think of this opportuuitv in connection with these celebrated intru-mcnts--STKLTY,
KNAIM, (HMNNMLh P.I.OS; (our own make), SOll-
Aii;ir, vosi:, stkklixh, shoxixuhi?. smith ,v- ijaijxhs. sciia hfi'fi?,
1HtXT1X(TOX, IHXDIOLSSOHX. You'll find them all in this sale stock
vou KNOW their standing! In buying now YOU SAYH ALL TIIK KFNT!
Never Easier
to Buy
than r'.oht now. A very few tlollars
send- one of thevo nuitchless bar
gains to mum home immediately.
You can pny the bii!;uic" In amounta
to suit tnir convenience ami alt
the. time vou have the pleasure of a
Ph.tio in 011r home and you've
soured the greatot Piano valuo in
th" country.
All the exchanged Pianos 011 our floors arc also included in this great sale
stock. The prices shown represent actual reductions of half and more. Here
are many well known makes. Kadi fully overhauled by our experts; adjusted
ami tuned each instrument a rare bargain.
One Year's Free Exchange Trial
(lives vou twelve months to prove the worth of the Piano you select prove
and to exchange if you wish for any new Piano of
it by hcrvice in vour honit
our unrivalled line, without sacrificing a single cent,
protection this absolute certainty of satisfaction.
Kverv buvcr hen? has this
R1MMELL
HANCOCK STORE 307 QUINCY ST.
Bros
You'll Find the
Pianos Advertized
Await you on our floors. And those
mentioned are representative of
hundreds of other similar bargains.
Of course, not all these bargains
will be found at any one store, but
every stole has some of these, or
others fully as remarkable. Any
instrument can be had at any store
(Mi short notice.
S350 Sterling
Sale Price $268
0j &lP-jX-'r7t$jl$
LL 18
$275 Huntincrton
Sale Price $217
Player-Pianos
$525
Player-Piano $315
$700
Playcr-Plano $448
$500
Player-Piano $228
$525
Player-Piano $368
$600
Playcr-PIano $264
$700
Player-Piano $415
3650 Q1
Playcr-Plano $383
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