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Uowaiwy A Conlin Piumiii:im. C'KYMTAI. I'ALLH.IUON IOI NTV. Ml II Hi A OFF CAL PAPER OF IRON CO JNTV AND CRYSTAL FALLS TOWNSH, P. Terms: 2.00 per ymr, in mhancv. SATUKPAY. NOVUM BKB !.. IIIBBARD, HI KEY, LARENIA, ami North-WeSturn'Tlme Tablo. t . Tltf lH AHirlVIMl. So. .'12.. .10.O5 i. m. daily except Kundtiy So. 8 ::.. p. So.:W...4:2r,p.m. ' No. 14...;45 a. m. Sunday only. THAINS DKI'AimNO. No. 7....:.9:07 i.m.,!uil.v except Sunday. Connects nt Htjiccr for points went and nt Power for p Mitn north and nouth. No. .'U......1 1: l "., daily exocpt Sun- dy. Connects nt .Stiver for point m between Stngcr and Wiiternmeet. No. 33.J...r:00 p. in., daily except Sun day for IcunnlM nnd pointH nouth f Power. No. :U......l:rr p. rn., daily except Sun day for Aiimhh. No. 13....;.:-." p. ". Sundnyw only for Encunftla w i 1 1 1 connection at Powers for points south. etTorts to bo funny simply keeps their vote from being counted vnd they should be more careful in the matter. mwiiwax roti itvnnows. Michigan wants Senator Hut rows re-elected. Three-fourths of tho members of the coming legislature have been instructed for him, or have publicly ex pressed a preference for his re turn to the United States senate. Tim delegation from western Michigan is a unit for him. A majority of the members from eastern . Michigan favor him. Ninety-live per cent of tho Re publican voters in the state are anxious for his continuance in ofticc; they admire and love him. Tho Republican party needs him. demands his return, and will have no one else. It c6uld not be otherwise. Senator Hurrows has alway. been a" Republican and has al ways stood on Republican prin r ules. Since tho party was "i organized his voice has been - n heard in every campaign. For a quarter of a century he has been in public life and his recon Is tho pride of our state. He sat with McKinley in committee and helped make the McKinley tariff law. lb? took the place of John Sherman on the senah llnance committee and assisto in framing the Dingley tariff law. He was one of the senate conferees who completed that law, and he has just pride in its benefits to American industry Ho has always been for soun money. For years he has aided in making the Republican poli cies which have won party vie tories and brought everlasting benefits to the American people Ho has never failed to foste and care for tho interests of Michigan. For a third of a centuy Sena tor Hurrows has given constant aid to the Republicans of Michi gan and no one has done more effectual party service. In tin recent campaign he gave Michi gah his undivided attention and worked day and night from the ljesinninsr to tne end. iso one did more than he to win a com plete party victory. Under present conditions it would be a party blunder elect any one else. Under pros ent sentiment it will be' party treason for a Republican mem ber from , .western Michigan to vote against him. Hurrows has always bee t) ' for Michigan ,aru Michigan is now for Hurrows. Grand Rapids Herald. Tm: condition of the ballots as found by the board of convassers is tho subject of some very gooi object lessons to. the voters o this county. Afiy marK place upon 'ft ballot which is not neces ary to indicate the intention o the voter is a distinguishing mark and makes the ballot void. Tho senseless marking of tho ballot and tho writing placed .upon them by voters in their y t lift,-:-' 'v -.r.t" "A'A- -VryAi .' r i v to PS a Thk Republicans will have thirteen majority in the lower house of congress. In the senate they have gained seats in New York, Indiana, New Jeresy, Wis consin, Delaware. Nebraska, Cansas, Nevada, Idaho, Wy oming1, North Dakota and Cal ifornia. In Ogemaw county, Mrs. Marie H. Abbott was elected irosecuting attorney, and in ron county Mrs. Flewelling was chosen circuit court com missioner. An opinion rendered by tho attorney-general is to the effect that women under the common law have no right to lold otlice in this state. Iron Mt. Press. A REVOLUTION. i TliK county board of can- vassers 01 tins couniy nan difficult job upon their hands this week and they performed it to the satisfaction of both sides to the the controversy, we think. Their position was especially difiicult when, in considering the precinct of Crystal Falls, they were compelled to establish a rule of guidance in tho matter of marked ballots. They decided to count the votes with special reference to the intention of the voter in marking his ballot and to disregard any identification marks unless it was plainly tho intention of tho voter to so distinguish his oanoi for identification. Under this ruling only ballots that were marked upon the back were dis carded. The board is to be com plimented upon tins manifest fairness with which it decided. Sale of Delinquent Stock. Kirt puhlii tittoii Nov. I '. ; la-t Ik. . WllKK tll'Tl- H iltlf rtlt.l lllipi.l l U"i.l tt:" folSoMillK ht k lt til MMNtmlnU IM'II "III uuiy, ii (irporiition Inrtiiftl uini r iin- p'tu-ru milium In M n of t In- Stuff of MirMiMti. an iiss.M- Hit-lit of tvwlve hih! urn- tut !f (l-J1.) '! " r hltnr. liily llrtl. Hint of vUn U t In hoMrr l)Ml 1lll" llotHV, H tl Wit" 'I'l" Jlll'l I'll)'- hI.Ic t.n S .t'iiilx r I oth. IM'.ts. an 1 wln-r.-n. tin tioMi'i'M lirt'of liuf ii '.r' l. J f..r nion thitllMXty (") dayn alUT -. il n-..--iiniit lrinn lu rtinl jiynl)!i'. to .nv t li xinu Thonfon-. notUv In ti'ny fiMii. tliit nM ft'H-k fir m imii h f fttrli of K.ii'l p i'i-. u tln-i.-of h-4 t ii it y li m-t'i-HHiiry to ji:y mi! I i in.-iiT. iiikI ro-t t Halt. !' toll at uli,c hu IIihi to tin tunlii-t tild.l.T. at tli-' M" in'to-t lloi:-. Iron liivrr. Iron t'onntv. vla: "t Micliii;ci, on tli Vftith iluy of ltr tiilnT. I at U' "VI'h k noon, vi. : .Mm hhan-M r'i.r-'nti'l tiy c iti(i iti' No isj i ' I.,; .. -,s 1 .V. H. iai Hi-' is.-, I HO .. .... mo of tin- bonril of ilin torn. J rf.v n At HTin i, Htf'y h tnl Tr.ii". . ll m . I M r.(H r,( m i riM Hi i 1 M I 'J M I ( M I I H I lty on! to To California. Attentioti in called to tlio excellent ncrviceof the North-Western Liim' t California and the favorable rates which have. Immmi made for sitijili? and round trip tickets for this season's tinvel. Host accouitnodations in first-class or touiist sleejiiiirf cars, which run through every diy in the year. IVi-sonally con ducted tout ist cur parties every week to California and Orryon. Choii e of n l ite nutnlM r nfdiffercnt routes uithout extra cha I Ue. l'aitu ulais clM erlull.v Kiven tion up- plication Ui au'ents Chieapo Si Nortli W'cwtcrn Ii'y, or connectinj: lines. THE 1ST HOTEL 1 mm 4,'aa do more far you In the way of comfort blbf!t and good nirnli tlma tho FRANKLIN HOUSE, t lute and Lamed PU. Itntc km Ml. 50 t 99.0O per day, Amrrlrn pln. Wood ward and Jaffcrioo Avr: aro only a block away, w4th ear to all part of tli city. Eiodlenl arrorauio!t!oo for whocLutn. H.H.JAMES A. SON.Proprlotors, Date and Larod bit. Uetrolt, Mich. Not in Cuba but in the lihtin systems of the country brought about by Acetylene Gas. Universally conceded to bo tho best light yet invented. Practical. Simple, a q i Convenient, Self Regulating No Experience Necessary, No Increase in Insurance. THIS VVOh'LD'S B1.C8T. R. B. WEBB, Agent Crystal Palls, Mich. nlAHRIAGC IN FHaNCE. l 1 1 Ciprno Atconrit for tli art'M In l'oj'iilfctlon T May not the po?t of ettlnf xnurrJM In rrunec act n.s a check tion murrine, und k partly nccount for the F.hrinkaa of I'i ciich pojmhitiosi? Tho other day A wi ddltjfr wuh thus ceicbrated by well-to-do iiiiildle-cl.iss folks In J'.urundy, nd xuay mtvi- h.h a tyj. No les than Mimpt lions luuiqtiets wfic plvcn by the bride's father, namely, two dlmioni, two breakfasts and one ballroom Kiip- H'i. Al one oi xiic oinncis, to wnicn iat down CO ueM, no bs than 30 bot tles of clianipaq-nc were drunk, to uiy l.othbtrf of rcl wines find liqucuro. Ftrnn; t Fny no one isccmcd any the worre. The respective j)roeecsions to Mai re nnd church on ditTercnt days Involved. the Jdre of CO carriages, thia cort alsd falling upon the younjj lady's p.'ucnta, tho entire cerciiionial Involvirp" uji out- la' of several hundred ounds. Nor wa.s the aliair biss onerous to lnvit friends and relatives. The Indies wcr fxiiectcd to dj.'-M'av a tiew and f;ih- lonat)le toilet upon each separate, otxa a ion banquets, balls, vx ami rvliffiouii celbrat ior.s. 'J'o tho brldeproom fell all Mods Ct C.xpeiix-s, nueli a.s feivs, pifts to ( tho chtireh and the poor these, however, a tritle compared to the mental and bodily M e.'ir and tear of three days' per- iwtual mcrrymnkinp; Inst, but not enM, the tiece.vidty of Imikln,? ptervKcd. '.Mien Anglo-mania hn Hltcred all thTs, and a Frenehmnn'H wedding day means two or thre hours' ceremonial only, we may expect tho marriage rata to fro steadily up. Having Decided to Make Easily, Quickly, Permanently nc&torcd. urnknria, NrrTo rrpii, Ilrlillliy, dinl nil il.. I ruin ot ella from iirly -r rurt or Ut-r tier ton j tlm r 5t'lr&sl ulti of overwork. Kt knr t J w worry, c Full Hrpnrt:- dcvrlnt'iiii'iit ami ton k'v " jt vrr rtrnn tml tnirtlo, rr th txl4 8lni.i, nmur.1 I ixithrMta. . . 'n J t t c im ' rrm,rttit p. n. r1lurn tm pHif nilltt (c.l,a ) tu-. EHIEBE0!CAlCO..K1AfVf- fmm On ! it hi' 'I'.t lh won I. ur ( ii'iKHt ftf r it l-vi 'liT L, 1 TV" rir In I D Jm t 1 ' yf B.j I ' j l i I Wont ! In luriir, nf ' L 5 1 I h ' itnlr .- ni tu ' I i L - H C (r .1" I" ! W IMk Mil. . V t . : r- v ah h..i 1'S. ML,II.W l,.tll,..ll k.ll. Tl fuJWInf rvl (Ivm Ik .prm mt tl rlai M " f iflh frt nf lnl.n'ti ll M rrant. 4mI Ivvt.l!. . ir w " W(. will IuIiot fm H..w f ... rj h l luM I V )', fmtK.M.rt.wiik- ..lr. u. II l!UUI t tO.. H' " Mf .11 ! 'ILIII. NtJI A Radical Change III our business wo will closo out our cntiro stock of Boots, Shoes and . v And everything pertain v in to that lino at and Below Cost FOR CASH ONLY. A. L. BACH JJIJS. K. II. A A.M. I)AKMX(J. K. II, Daiiuno. Office at Mctcalf Rc3ldcncc,Thlrd St. OHice Hourn: 1 :IU) to 2:',U) p. in., nnd evening. A. M. Damumj. Office In Lindsay Iron Uuitdin?. OHkc llotirn: 10;30 to ll,:W a.m. ''All weather is alike to me" I wear XhtW j kind that!; "RETAIN fiUJ, Thafith kind Tm look- I ing for. m from their agrnt lmmo dfatcly. MA0I3 TO ORDER DY EDWARD E. STRAUSS & CO. America Popular Tailors, Chicago. THAT'S JUST IT! You can't always tell by the look of n garment how it U going to WI2AK. WHY .NOT getthcWHAR as well as the looks when you can have both at the same NtlCE, $12.00 I the starting point of those . Edward K. Strauss k Co's. Famous Custom Tailored Suits and Overcoats with an Iroiulrtil trntrsuteo thrown in ft cc. IT WILL PAY YOU to namlne tkii lino utnl Ifuvc your ordfr far H ono of , thrt4C handsome srr mctits. ' ' ('ALL OX A. Lustfield. AGENTS WANTED i Rrrrtt Count n to Supnlw th iitrrot t'uputttr "miim for AMERICAS' WAR FOR HUMANITY TOLD IN PICTURE AND STORY Cotttpllnl iMcf M'riltan by SENATOR JOHN J. INGALLS Of Kansas. The most brillinntly written, rnot pro fuwly nnd artistically illiihli uti-d, mid moHt intiiM'ly popular lnok n thoul ject of tho wiir with Spain. Nearly 200SupcrbllIustratlons fromPbotogrrpb tuken HjMK'ially for this urvnt work. ARcnt aro making to $100 a week selling it. A veritahlo honana Tor live cunvaHHcrn. Apply lor dencript Ion, terms and territory on oneo t N. D. THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO. ST. LOUI8. MO. OR NEW YORK CITY. HOTEL ELDRED Tho host $100 PER DAY HOUSE on the Hating. 4 ' ' Situated near the Celebrated Mineral Spring: and Railroad Depot. Best Accommodations Guaranteed. VVm. Eldrcd, Prop. BE pURE AMD EE . OUR FINE LINE OF Bedroom Suits, Children's Beds and Mattresses. . . ALSO AN ELEGANT LINE OF . . Combination Book Cases, Library Cases, Ladies' Writing Desks, EXTENSION AND PARLOR TABLES. Wli MAKIi Tills PRICIi UIG11T. dpA. lEIlIRtf. LEISEN & HENES BREWING COMPANY, WET fo) ...MENOMINEE, MICH, OurkoRand bottlo beei popular whi-rovor tried. Our Nuornl)or-or" over fifteen mouths old and prescribed hv idiysicians as a Health Tonic. Our new "Silver Hrnnd" is fast gaining popularity us a family drink. Try a case. JACOB BAUER, Agent.