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I. l.andfield, watchmaker und jeweler. The band boys did -i very graceful act hut evening in .calling oil the ihnee which they had advertised. It was commonly, understood that the President of the United States has lxcn killed and out of respect to him they decided to postpone the dance until next Wednesday evening, Sept. 11. -This act should prompt our people to turn inand help the hoys when tills dance Is finally vriven. The band boys arc lxiys in the true sense of the term, a number belou from 1.1 to 18 years of jikc but. yountf as they are, the have a wnse of reverence for American in stitutions and pcrsones tbat promises well for the future. 1'eople in dlflerent sections of the upper peninsula are complaining against 1 1 it .string ncy of the pine Jaw which allocs a hunter to kill only two deer in a v umui. They claim that in many of the counties deer are becoming so nuiueious that they are destroying rowin crops and the farmers are obliged to 140 out into the fields and drive them oh during the daytime. If these same parties who arc complaining f the law will take ;i Kim and uu into t he wtiods ami hunt for deer next fall wit liout the aid of a d(r, as the law says they shall, they will be willing to take, their oath be fore the season is over that there is not one deer to every ten square miles of territory In the upper peninsula. WANTEI TIU'STWORTH Y MKX AND wt'tun to travel mil a lvrrtlMJ for old et-tafo-lUhed tiountof mjIIi! financial Htaixllng. Halary 78 a year ami ex'nwH, all ayutl In canh. No canvassing rt'nuircd. (live reference rihI eicloe ueIf Hdlnh8t'l otuinixl euveloi. A1 irs Manager, an." Caxtou IIMk., Cblcaco. Hrnlc ltiver bridge, connecting Iron and Florence counties below Staler in Mastolon township, collapsed last Thursday morning. A team and wntfon was on the bridge at the 'time but escaped uninjured. The bridge has been in b;id order for some time and its bic;tk-(Ktvu was expected by those acquainted with the condition f the timbers. It is likely that a move will be made to secure the plac ing of an Iron bridge over the river at ume point near the railroad bridge. Hy placing the bridge in the locality mentioned several miles of the worst road would be cut oil from the Crystal Falls-Florence route. If an iron bridge is built the two counties will have to j'iu in its erection. Vow (fin ''! fie.-li I 1' 1 mi t CiUi'l v k 1 1 1 ; fcft- IH. tl;i , ite t ! I l.,i: I and 11 1 -1 . I'm ki-li iiiiv , made evei y te in I he niil ou Is of (' 1 1 ci 1 an. 1 lie.'. K asioic, l'rop. John Fdvvards. chief of tlieChicaoii Lata- Indians, has returned to the Aaters of that lake after several years pent at Lao Vleux Desert and says that he Intends to make Chlcaon lake his home for the remaining days of his life. Kdwards was a familiar figure in the Falls until recently and the country between here and the lake Is land marked with the Kdwards and their kinsmen. Fcntoga, his wife, gave a name to the village of that name on the banks of the Ilrule and the old Indian cemetery at the foot of the lake Is yet in evidence with lis little houses over the graves. To Kknt:-Two nicely furnished rooms. Inquire of Mrs. M. Maultby, Marquette avenue, directly back of Kid red house. AiW-ut the most desolate looking abandoned mining location In this vicinity Is the old Mastodon. Andrew Nelson purchased and removed all of the buildings therefrom excepting C. S. (Jretee's residence and the school house so that the place may be said to U' denuded of dwellings. The old shaft house and rock pile are still In evidence, to lend forlornness to the aspect and remind the traveler of the palmy days when Mastodon was the busiest sjKit in Iron county. Smoko tho Court Houso cigar. VANTi:i:-(ood reliable men and women to canvas. Liberal commis sions. Address Albert F. Koepeke, t) Spring St., Marquette, Mich. 'Fred Leuhbers, a miner, was hurt at. the Hope mine last Saturday morning and the chances for his re covery a re slim, lie and his partner wen at woik with two other men In the shaft. Tin- dirt from the shaft, is hoMcdwItha bucket and a pair of lalse skids ar u d at the Ixltom so .is to guide the bucket, onto the firm runners above. At. s.ipper time tin? 'men started up. The oi l hands went first, warning the two new men to either go all the way on the ladders or :o take the ladders as far as the tlrm skids rts thr bucket frequently caught hi passing from t lie loose to the firm runners. The warning was not heed ed, however, for the two nu n hoarded ;he bucket at the lxttom. When It reached the true runners It caught and turned over preclplatatlng Ixtth :ren to the bottom of the shaft tw enty feet below. One escapes unin jured but Leuhbers had his back biokcn. RECORDS WERE BROKEN During tho recent Firemen's Tournament but our record for the Host Goods at the Lowest Prices has NOT been broken nor will wo allow it to bo broken. Wo carry tho I3EST in the line of- idatches, diamonds and Jewelry. Fine Watch Work a Specialty. HENDERSON BROS- JEWELERS & WATCHMAKEMG. If any of our readers question the ability of farmers in tins county to raise fodder corn we would advise them to visit the farm of II. .1. Mc Laren. Mr. McLaren has a lot of the linct fodder corn that we have seen since the old days down on the farm, lie harvested the crop this week and it cured well. This demonstration will go far towards solving the prob lem of growing food for cattle during the long winter months in this clim ate. The Janitor question was settled by the lMard of education electing Henry Holsteln to the vacancy In the central building. The vote stood Holsteln 3, Harvey '1. No janitor was elected to the second ward school that build ing being consolidated with the Maple drove building and placed under Mr. Carr'scare. The salary of the janitor of the central building was trimmed to fM) per year (twelve months) and t hat of the other janitor set at loo. if" Gain-F esh Persons have been known to rfain a pound a if ay by taking cn ounce of SCOTT'S EMUL SION. It is strange, but it often happens. Somehow the ounce produces ihc pound; it seems to start the digestive machinery going prop erly, so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food, which he could not do be fore, and that is the way the gain is made. A certain amount of flesh is necessary for health; if you have not got it you can get it by taking gcoirs pniiision You will find it Just as useful in summer a3 in winter, and if you are thriving upon it don't stop because the weather is warm. V. nJ f 1.00, ail ilrugist,. SCOTT flt UOWNll, ChembU, New York. It looks as If the talk of a trolley line connecting the cities of Iron Mountain and Norway and making the several mining locations and small villages enroute is going to materi alize. Fabian .1. Trudell, of Menomi nee, appeared before the Iron Moun tain city council lat Tuesday evening and asked for a franchise, for the pro posed line through the streets of Iron Mountain. It is intended to begin work on tho new line In the spring. . CH12W . 3 BLOOD BERRY GUM i INDOITtriNK IKItTH. THK ONLY ANTISIPTIC GUM IN THK j WORLD. Like Hunch of Carnation irv the Mouth. ( 1 row ttn ir n oiaiirs S0URW1XE & HAKXETT. ManTrs. E6CANAOA, MICH. Tom Uichards built a veranda about his house that from point of work manship Is as line a piece of work as have seen In a long time. Any of our readers wanting a piece of carpenter work done well will make no mistake in securing Mr. Illchard's services. An Kogl ib UHHix'iatioii iccarding irotmiu' happitiCHM linn offered a reward of ."00 for 11 greater bleMNirm to woman than Uocky Mountain Tea. Fennible move. J. C. Wilkirmon. The school teachers have had a hard time to find Uardlng places In the city this week. Those who would like to lxard teachers have not the room and those who have the room don't care to board them so there it is. Almost all of the ladies are located or have locations in siuiit, the ma'or por tion of tin m rooming at one place and taking meals at another. Mrs. low ley has about all of them for meals. Johli NYntliafer, of Loouootee, Ind., is 1 a pour man, but he n.iv he would not he without ('liamlx rl. 1 iu'H l'iin 1'alin if it cot live dollar a bottle, for it en veil liim from bein a ( t ipple. No external application is equ-d to this liniment for ntiff and Hwollen punt, contracted muteleM, Htiff neck, hprain and rheu matic and muhcuhir paint. It hart alo cured numerous case of partial ptal ybin. It in for rale at Cole'H I'hattnacy. The hottest game of base ball ever played in these parts was the one played last .Sunday between the Parks Mercantile and the John Tufts com pany h rces. lien. Voos was umpire and he is charged with giving the came to the Tufts crowd because the are Ids neighbors, a fact which anvered Tom Wills so much that be threatens to build a little tin postoiiicc til his own and give Voos the boycott. Fred Hunt, was the star player for the I 'arks crowd, that is, lie was generally star-gazing when a lly ball came into his garden. Adolph Sutter made grand sand plays gaiorv and was otftl to he the ln-st all M'oUlid player in the Ti:i Is team e.cep; iu i the thlt e or toin piotc.vNj.;j,ais that titat crowtl bt.rrovuti tro: : bail Wat els. Mullllr- Willie U 11. id thivh.ivt Hhtd the piohkin td kttpii t l.i if children hi II. ( ii t l i in Uoeky Moim- iioiiTe;i e.teh -ek. A bl ruini; tt limt her and clnld. .1. C Wilkin-on. Dr. E. I. Cliallis Dentist. OFFICE VP STAUIS IS TIIK LIXDSAV M'lLlilSU. A new school house w ill be built at the Iunn Mine to take the place of the old one burned last summer. There was no Insurance on the build ing so that Its destruction was a dead loss to the district. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Harbor were granted by the probate court the necessary papers for the adoption of the little Uergman child last Thurs day. Agent Jones Is working hard on the St. Paul excursion to Calumet. We expect to be able to tell our readers definitely about this next week. Prof. Murtaugh is moving into his new quarters and will have a carload of pianos tin display, lie will also deal extensively in sheet music. Mrs. Win. Parks received her hus band's policy from the Modern Wot id men lodge. This is the first death 1 enetit paid by the local lodge. Fditor O'Hrien, of the Iron Kiver Peporter lias our sincere, sympathy at. the death of his little son which 'tccurred last night. Partridges are very plentiful in this J locality this year. A line return is 1 promised hunters next fall. i To Kknt: Four ritoms. Inquire of Mrs. L. Harris. Ten dollars buys a gotnl hard coal heating stove. Have no use for it. Who wants a bargain? Tjios. Con un. T?vA.. 1 ask kok Tin; i NEW CUBA luvNt fii u ttliitf it. Tli ih'iiVr who trit-H to I'leitMi you will uri,v you to Kiuukt It. He know that in ctnts can't n y a U tter xtanke In t lit- city. Herman Buenfjer. f The biggest wetlding entertain ment ever given in Iron county was that of Joe Konvinskey on the occasion of Ids marriage to Miss Ilosie Ihidcrman at Iron Iliver last Wednesday. He ports say that 4hi invitations were sent out and fully an equal number of oral Invitations were given. The guests sat down to supper at six and reports say that t hey remained at t lit-tallies t he better part of the evening, hancinu' was In dulged inand, in fact, every thing in the line of eatables and drinkables was provided for Mr. Konvinskey 's guests. For a bad taste in the mouth take Charnhorluin'M Stomach and Liver Tablets. Forfait' at Colt'i Pharmacy. The directors of the tournament association will met t Monday evening and audit all bills yet due. Then a full report will be inadetothesttK-kholdcrs of all moneys collected or paid out and after the money due the association is collected a division of all on hand will be made and the alTairs wound up. The largest asset of the association is the s. hundred cots. They will prob ably have to be lit Id until next season. The lumber has almost all been dis posed tif. The city council has taken action on the suggestion that protection lie given the people at the railroad cross ings In this city. A request will Itc made to the railroad companies to either station a llagman at the cross ings or to put in gates or bells. Latt week I went about, Full of trouble and of doubt, Now I'm umilinii and dance with de light. I iiad itomo liocky Mountain Tea last night. Water Cure fur Chronic Constipation Take two cupf of hot water half an hour Infore each meal and pint Itefoie Kini to lied, alno a drink of wider, hot or cold, about two hours after each e cal. Ta ke lots ttf outdoor exercise walk, tide, drive. Make a regular habit ot this antJ in many casea chtonii: con .tipatiiii may be cured without th" ie-:' if any iiii-ilicine. When a puruat ive i itMju'utd lake sotiiet li in mild and gentle like Oiatnhei l.iih'n Stomach and Liver Tablets. Ftu-sale at 'ole'rt Pliiirm tcy. Cols for S&Ie. The Tournament assocdatittn will sell the win spring cots which are on hand at sixty-live cents each. This is about half of what the cots cost at wholesale. They are brand new, many of theai never having'becn Used, 1 lejllii-e !' Tint-. Com. in. Stops the CoiikIi and Vork otf thj Cold. Laxative IU omo-(2uinine Tablt n cure a cold in one day. No Cure, no Pay . Price ur cell If Very Low Kates Kxeiusion Tickets to the Pan-American Imposition, Iiullalts X. Y., Via the N'ort h-WfHt'ji n Line are Hold daily with favorable return limitM. Ihrect cttnntctiou tit rhicatfo, with fast t ra ins of all lint m to l'.uffalo. For fur ther particular!, apply to n get) tn. An illuntratetl booklet will lie mailed tin receipt of two cent postage by W. lh Kni.skcrn, (ieneral I'liMseiiger and Ticket Atfent, Chicago. Dr. B. W. Lindcinann. DENTIST. Will be tempararily located Oct Drs. Darling's office. Notice Notice is hereby given thai Hay Kimball lias been mi pc receded as Secretary and Treasurer of the Kim ball Lumber Company by Claud C. Kimball. .Settlement of accounts w ith said company must he made with the President or the Secretary and Treasurer. Dated Aug. Ki.Mu.ux Li'Miucn Company. Ily W. J. Ibitiw N, President. Cl-AL I KIMIIAI.Im Secretary and Treasurer. A Certain Cure for Pysenlery ami Piai 1 hoea. "Some yearn ago I wan one of a pai ty that intended making 11 long bicycle trip," hii.vh F. L. Pay lor, of New Albany, l'.radfoid County, Pa. "I wan taken Maidenly with tliaiihora, ant wan about to give up the trip, when editor Ward, of the Laceyville MenHen ger, HUggestetl that I tako 11 tlone of ChatnU ilain'a Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea llemedy. I purchased a lnittle ami took two doncs, one before starting and tine on the route. I made the trip Buccen fully and never felt any ill effect. Amain lat Hummer I won ahnont com pletely run down with an attack of dysentery. I bought a bottle of thin name remedy and thin time one done cured me." bold At Cole's Pharmacy. l Hi vl Hi - l l i l !i v( it vl vl vl vl vl til vl Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi Hi vl Hi Hi Hi Hi t Hi Hi Hi IK ii feHurryiup papa; is ready! "Mamma cooked It in five minutes." The fine fl.ivur erf Ralston Breakfast Food finis Imnw-Jl ite lavur wan ioiks ,r ats riniiruung 10 uve fuoJs tliry cat. They never tire of It. n.i . 11. .111. n.. thewli.l of Gluttf-iiii ean Wlat. makes 1 'lUlh I v.. Jf j Pcke4 Id it lb. Sacks n4 5 lb. Carton. FOR SALE BY BALL & WATERS COMPANY. am (? w Hi Hi Hj W w (? (i i.n (i a (IV w w .n w (t w m d Si '--!5 '- '- ' " g s ''Jr " " ) " v If I'. 11 , tm ,r V T-v, J ' f- ' 1-..' 5 1 ' 1"". v " ProtecttSomi You realize the necessity of protecting your liouse with gcxxl paint, but you do not realize the neces sity of protecting yourself against poor paint. It all looks alike in the can, but one kind comes off, the other stays on ; one kind soon looks shabby, the other keeps new. The kind that holds ou strongest, looks new longest, is The Sherwin-Williams Paint It U the result of n quarter of a century's pnint-making expert nce ; the product of the largest paint factory ia the world. Wc sell it. Also a full line of. ...WALL PAPER... R. WEHSE. Live People want Light. Dead Ones Don't Need Any. 9? ua 15 V' iiiniiinronciiT WADno no &S LIGHT. -'y SUPERIOR TO ELECTRIC LIGHT. Our liubt makes your Homes, Mores and Streets look Attractive. Insurance tympanies Ismu' lVrmits (irat Is. Permitted by Consulting Kuu'lnoers of National lloard tif tire Underwriters. The "NULITK" Indoor Illuminator, "."() candlt; iovcr, superior to Kleo tricity or (Ins at ONK-TKNTII the cost. The. "NULITI-r'Diittl'Kir Illuminator, the mttst Keonomlcal Lljht In the Worltl. Gicaper than Kerosene. A Brilliant Ornament not a Gloomy Eyesore. Use the "NULITE" and you'll not be without light. J). tf. Berg. General Agent, Crystal Falls, - Hich.