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41 gm TERSE TOWS TOPICS. 1'. LundfieUI, wtttchrnHkt r hiuI jewrlrr. A man was seen walking at a rapid palt along tlie plains Wednesday. He was taking long strides and from the way lie was pulling t pieces his straw hat which ho carried in hls hands It was evident that he was worried. When approached It was learned that the gentlemen was A. Lusttield, of Crystal Falls, a man who has lived here for twenty years, had traversed the plains at all hours of the day and night before, there was a semblance f a road across them and never was known to get lost. He wasn't lost this time, either. Simply started out from Tanola for Tobin lake and went to the Paint dam Instead. Mead Lal'lante vouches for the actions of Mr. Lusttield when found. Smoko th Court House cigar. The Iron County (Hurley, Wis.) He publican has the follow ing to say con cerning a fo iucr citizen of this city: "Upon complaint of O.scar Olson Mr. J. J. I'atek, attorney at law, was arrested and brought Into Justice Held 's court charged with assault and battery. A jury found Mr. Tatek guilty and he was lined 2" and costs, amounting in all to l!t.."o. Mr. I'atek has appealed the case to the circuit court. The testimony brought out the statement that the trouble between Mr. I'atek and Mr. Olson arose over an attempt on Mr. 1'atek's part to kiss Mr. Olson's sister. Mr. Olson re sented the familiarity and a scrap ensued in which Mr. I'atek is said to fiav jxiunded and jabbed Mr. Olson with an umbrella," If you wnnt MMiit- "jti!t uh yodel" "I inula- it mv.-u lf" Itetned.v, try an imita tion Knrky Mountain Ten. ' Twill mukc you nick ninl !; you f-ick. J.''. Wilk inson. Managers Lusttield & llrown have engaged for their next attraction Wesley V Maddern's Metropolitan Merry M:il is, three, nights beginning Monday. July 22ui. The opening play will be Will Maddern's sensational comedy drama. "Bachelor's Hall," in four acts. This company is considered to be the best popular-priced attrac tion on the road and Is headed by Mr. Maddern and Marie Hlalr. Specialties are a strong feature, each member doing one or more each night. A male quartette is carried, who danc e as well as sing. On account of the hot weath er, the price of admission Is reduced to l.V, 2Ui and .Vic. If young Indie think MroH, pinplen ami red noMca look well with it bridal veil and orutio blossoms, it's all right. Vet. Uo ky Mountain Tea would drive tliemaway. .''.." c. J. ('. Wilkinson. The lire department's running team) for the Crystal Falls tournament will get down to solid work this week and It is expected that the weeding out, process can, be started by the end of the month. The depart ment intends to hae only first class men on its team and any man who does not. .show up in fairly good form will not, be given a place on it. The tire laddies are already taking a keen Interest' In the athletic events, and are figuring on capturing several races at the tournament. Iron Ore. There was a geological discussion in Judge Pavison's court last. Thursday over the township divisions of Iron county. A case was brought here from lion Kiwr. One attorney claimed t'.iat the court bad jurisdic tion and Maintained that. Crystal Falls bonk re' MiM ir.ji Illvrr. An appeal to the county map settled the dis cussion. How many readers know which way without looking it up? The. t.ownshin board . Crystal Falls township has let a contract to .stone and stump the road from Fred ISrown's farm to ('rone's place, near Chicagon lake. Several of 'the erj sharp pitches will bet akin down a little. When eeiupleted travellers LVERWAR OF ALL DESCRIPTION Suitable for Wedding Presents. Wc also carry the finest line? of Engagement and Idedding Rings : In the City. Don't fail to see us for anything you want in the -JEWELRY LINE.Cs We do Watch Repairing and Gurantee it. HENDERSON BROS. JEWELERS &. WATCHMAKERS. There are about ten bouts on Chica gon lake now and visitors neid have no apprehension but that they can get all the. bating that they want out there. Mr. (5 ran berg, of Hates township, has a line lot of boats, one large loat that will hold ;i dozen safely. His boat house is about loo feet west of Crone's landing. The annual reunion of the Sons of St. (leorge will be held at Ishpeming on .July 27. This reunion will un doubtedly eelip.se any held in the his tory of the organization in this penin sula. A line program of sports has been arranged. We understand that the Crystal Falls lodge will be well represented there. Fut holy Iou'l lup too much; ex eii i.i; don't eat fat" mid fweetf. To reduce lleeli rapidly take K.iky Moun tain Tea. Act i. diuctl.v on the fatty tiiHMu-H. :;fic. .1. C. Wilkinson. Miss Anna Henderson is planning on a vacation soon. She has been kept at worl; in her millinery parlors right along but now feels that she has earned a vacation and to a Diamond Di:iu, reporter she stated that she was going to get out of town "just as soon as the Lord will ,et her." 15. I'umpelly. of of the first geol gists to visit the upper peninsula lnn districts in an !licial way and an owner of much mineral land in this section, has returned here for a little exploring. He has optioned some land in Hematite township and willexplore thereon. .las. A. Krouser was over from Iron Kiver Tuesday. Mr. Krouser but re cently returned from Ann Arbor where he is taking a special F.nglish course. He is .spending his summer vacation at newspaper work and is helping out on the Reporter. J-l til YOU WIN... J Fvciy tin.'' you buy cigars from i ii" von win. Tie' hi'-t cigar- me nHv.iv.- ttei-e ou get ui Herman Duengcr's, If.idiug cigar Oenera! Manager Hrown, of tho I'cwabio company, has been a very sick man during the past ten davs. On Friday and Saturday his condi tion was such as to greatly alarm his host of friends and a consultation of physicians was held. His o.lllctlon was an attack of gallstones and his suffering was of an Intense nature. Yesterday he was much better and to-day furtlKr Improvement Is noted, and he Is now considered out of danger. Iron Mt. Press. Thomas Costlgan, a pioneer resilient of this section, was taken to a Green I'.ay hospital from Martin liogan's place where he has been sick for some time past. Joseph Liberty has his house nearly completed. It Is a large two-story building and tills In nicely between the new houses of Messrs. Rosen and Wall. The steam launch for Fortune lake will go Into eommls.wn one week from tomorrow. Mr. F.varts has the boat completed and will put it atVat then. Ton; Hrooks left Monday for the (Iroveland mine where he will look after atTalrs for Corrigan. Me Kinney - Company as clerk and time-keeper. lou't worr! Tlav h ave all kind of bunting, II tg", dtiiijri and d curative material for tin1 tournament at lowest pt ice at Tii ? Fair. A. Lu.'tfield. The large poster for the firemen's tournament was sent out the fore part of the week. All the towns In the peninsula were lulled. M. S. Sanders is in Chicago this week. The Contest. Laura Hooper Mamie I .ivn ii 11. -T The Diamond Drill's pjw-jMEiicfAri coupofl. j Ciy-tal I. htoie. can t rot rigid al and many will, i; tage oi the Ilia t'caut if ul g to dot, Co t 'i 1 i T ll r t i ' I wi'ter. Chicagi'ii lake t . take a l an- to vi .it that 'I In..-. I bos say "Consumption can bo cured. Nature, alono won't do It. ltncods help. Doctors say LlllUldlUII Is tho best help." But you must continue Its use even In hot; weather. j If you have not tried it, send fur free Mmji'c. SCOTT t HOWNK, Chenmt. 409-415 I'carl Street, f'ew YorL. 50c and 1 1. 00; all druggist having ago. A back of a person Fred Schroeder is the poinier bee keeper of Ci'jstal Falls. He has about a doen hives now, start ed with four tvo years walk along the shafer spur the I hum residence will give a view of his bee farm and it is indeed a pleasant sight. The lirewing companii scame to the assistance of the tournament associa tion fairly well. Lcisen & Henescame up handsomely, donating fl"'). I'abst subscribed $") which, with the V) subscribed by their agent, J as. II. .Johnson, makes a fair showing, no grave gave "). i . CI-IKW . I I5L00I) BERRY GUAl f tND CIT t riNN IRIiTH. 'i ' THE ONLY ANTISEPTIC GUM IN THE 1 i' WORLD. : Litr a lUincti of Crnlin i iheMoudi. ron 8it ir u Drains ; SOL'RWINK & HAHNKT I. Man'frs. P ESCANADA. MICH. Hon. s. T. Handy came over from the '"Soo" Tuesday to get his house hold goods which have been in storage here awaiting shipment. Mr. Handy couldn't get a house when he went to the Lock city and had to bide histime to secure !ie. My ent ire stock of millinery for sale. I desire to take a vacation and will sell at a bargain. Mi A. L Hlndkusov The extremely hot weather of last Tuesday was mitigated to some ex tent In the editor's den by a bouquet of the prettiest poppies that we have seen in many a day. The writer Is in debted to Mrs. Frank Vanderpool for the bouquet. Mrs. W. II. Fra.cr and children, who have been the guests of the for mer's brother, .1. W. Rest, left Mon day for their home at Crystal Falls.- -News ih-eord. The Fra.ers are dom iciled upstairs In the old 1'ren building. Flooring, .s'.j. cting, piece stun", lath and any other material entering into the construction of a house, for sale ry the. Kimball Lumber company. They can build you a house in hemlock r pine. Lowest prices onevcrythiug. Robert A. Hougla.s, editor of the Ironwood News-Record and deputy oil inspector for tins district, was in tlie city Monday night. Tin: Iu. monk Immm. acknowledges a pleasant call. At the opera house, three nights, commencing Mo vlay. July 21. the Metropolitan Merry Makers in new pla s and high class awdeviHe. Ad mission I V, g.V and ;;v. WANTKO-Til! s-TWOLTIIY MI.N ANIi u..inr:i to tl,i.' in '. -i'Ui : t I' r (...) .-tu. Ii-lM--l liuiiM' el tin e,.( i l iOiulli't;. .il.ry f Tsm it w ir nii.l -fii-., nil .i Vii'.'.t- ei m-Ii. Nr -.-iiiiil:i iv.jinrc I. otn- n ! i !io-- h'i ! vtieioM if :td liv .mJ htio."-d iiv. '!"!,. A-t Im M. i:c;. -.!, :!.-.- ( at.. , U'U , Cliii it: Heruian Ran has planned sonu' very pretty dei'orat.io)is for the count) buildings during tournami id . Mr. Rau is proxing hiu;s' H in :n't ist in t he f'.-corat iug 1 i I j . I CAST ONE VOTE FOR I X'tmr .l'rf The (ireatest I'ui itier. I't l'.i liV Kidney I'i'.lri cure all di aM s of tle kidiay.s. That i.- xxliy DeRell'M Kidney Pill cure Hi igbt'n di.-ease, I)ia- beti.s, Rheumatinm, Neuralgia, Heart disease, Firnake troubles and l.'rinery and IMadder complaints. These dirt eases are the ieultt of unhealthy or disordered kidneyn. iKdadlV Kidncv Fills cure thffit invaiiably and finally. They have never failed yet. No Cure, No Fay. Price 2r cents per box. For ale by ,1. ('. Wilkinson. - . (hie Fare to Milwaukee. On duly 2'2l-2 1 and lT thet. M. A; St. Paul railroad will hell round trip excursion t iekits to M ihvniikee for one fare, on account of t he Flks Cat ni vn I. for ftutlar information aply to .1. W. .Iom, Al-( nt. House . Movin.i RuildiriL'- raised, Lowered and Sills put in. Old Ruilding-. Rruight. Smoke Stacks raised, Rollers moved, t It. d. Mckenzie, o million II. ni-,-. Or 1".-' )'. SniiHi si. Tt . F,r.; -. 'in!). On'iirii. Mn.ii Dr. 1). W. Liiidciiiiinii, DENTIST. Will bo temporarily located txt Drs. Darling's office. c'-C'C'''''''5' l Vl ib ih z i - i vl l l vl vl i) vl; vl D l vl vl; l vl vl tl vl vl; vl vl vl vl vl Ui Ui Ui Ui Ui vl Ui i Ui ' vl vl JHurryiup is ready!" Iimma cooked H In five mlnutw." I i Breams rood Afoi2? Tliey never tiro of It. Purina tkatth Plour fthwh'U of Gluter- "linln Ureal." Packi4 In u IN Sacks nJ j lb, Ortoo. FOR SALE DY BALL So WATERS COMPANY. L, I Mil Wl" I i (?) - Ui - ii Ui m m m '.n m jo m i. .11 ..i iii, iim -m i tm w PiroteclSom You realize the necessity of protecting your house with good paint, but you do not realize the neces sity of protecting yourself against poor paint. It all looks alike ia the can, but one kind comes off, the other stays on : one kind soon looks shahhv. t!n nhr keeps new. The kiad that holds ou strongest, looks new longest, li The Sherwin-Williams Paint It h the result of n quarter of a century's paint-making expert nce ; the product of the largest paint factory in the world. We sell it. A Ho a full line of. ...WALL PAPER... R. WEHSE, Y R O K W N E OOP I O H A L A F DO B F $200.00 in Cash, Free! T rill. Vlit ir IbTT V.m.cli lam rnru..,i. .it.. .. ..... t.- ... thr hm mora thma on Mt nt - . . j . . . ww.w, .uv ...i.ut. j will urn riUMIIV -. ,t n ;7". ",j . " ' - vnwrwx iniwn, emeu will "TlT fAO-OOi ihoU tn P-tv.m ! In rrsx vn.w.r., rMh will rt O.OO.itrnlr pAon. MIOMO th. ThU la tnU t ,Wertlii t1 - ir?,l?-t.w,,ilJ;.r" Tl-U:7, TH ,M MOT WART ONK CKJtT OF TOUIl ym mrp" f th torm-l n.M, ! thm. A postal rard will d. nd Xoa frtn prowiptl br rtni mall. Th wko hjkV trUd oth.r ufiT JI?hE 2?.sT Mr,k,rT" All on mvnrm mn .wr.l V.- will k1 tha to award to aoj ir.m who will correctly arrang- lb aborn IcUer. to th name, of Tbr I tnvor1vti t A mrfcittif A ,,,r- V J ihutiUI Nr . - j . " mMm-m wmw II IM UHV ll T. Uiip.nn to itcnr at la m portion. If not tha full amounu For houl 4. HOME SUPPLY CO., DETROIT, MICM. T OPERA HOUSE, 3 NIGHTS, COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 22. WESLEY'S 41 MADDEIIN'S BIG COMPANY lvJltFCPMUatLcJUL 1 e viierrv 99 "SVI OPENING PLAY: Till: l-ACT SENSATIONAL ( KDY DL'AMA Chcxnge of plexy ecich night. Continuous show. 16 Featured Specitxltics. A- MjTAP Venetian Quartet, SEE The Eccentric Dancers THIS IS A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION. our money back after second act if you rant it. Prices I5c 25ca 35c.