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)9 L 1 HE Diamond RILL. rVM AS A, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVlMliICK L lOOl. (Dulutli South Shore and I Atlantic R'y TIMETABLE. In t-lto-l May ."th. l'.il. Trains Lavo Champion r Montreal, the east and lower Michigan Fur HouhUn iiikI tin copper country For In. nwo il, Hurley, AfltVllKl and Duluth For Detroit Fr Houghton, Calumet, 'jpuluth and tin- w.-nt M2:y n. rn ' Trains leave Rfcuu'cllc ) For Houghton ami the ; f. country t-'.!:.V p. m. I I . Marquette ,,..10 a. in. VI '""V'troit iiml tin- .!t....',J:l) a. in. v'pgaune;, Lhpcrnim: ami K ttc t:5.ro i). in. ticket, than tallies ami other in- ition, apply to A. II. Fisic, Ticket Aat., (.'hampion, Mich. C. L IIaogi-icuon, Ticket Act., Republic, Mich. .;i:i7 a. in. 1." .in. t'.':"." a. m. i i J DUhUTH SOUTH WMA SHORE and Atlantic Railway. i . ' Do You Re nt a Farm? i Vou tan ii one in Northern Mi-hi-' ii.ei or Wi-coiisin on t he Dututh, South lii ie f 1 1 it 1 Atlantic t.'aih.ny for mr 1 jchi lent. 'Thouaud of arti of I. it i!. land. op ii f r M.-t t lenient 1 There nie good i. inning fr faitnei.-, Ii ti rel'H anil manuf U'l uiei. There are Homl sil. f .r -a w noil", - i-t lull!-, pulp mil's iino taunt i i s. Sj lendid opport unit i. s for stoth n' ' v:i, dairy ing and d 1 v 1 1 ti ii fa i mi j 1 Work can I'liin I on aim-, in , r. w-t'ou mills niii on the liver in yv ami dut n.' tin- winter . in t he js. h il i good. Wood and wa ter me p! n1 did. Stuck ra i i ng mid dairy fanning, I I. ihiudanc. ol n.iP-r, th" ei itamty i. ?!!" and other fond for tattle and Mtiral h.-'.ter n.al.t thi- a natuial ,U k count i y . tii. ill trait . Small find eiiliuie ha lved rem itkal'U -uci f" I (jt urn. Went, r c, oat-. I km h- , . ah :;3t corn ami lu kv Ii. at can l- rnis.o l iofu-ioii and the hay i'.p r- ino-t i'taidant. Home Market-. Th" n.iun and mill i; ti.i ii-of Huh rcLM.ui tarni.-h a n id niaikr t and at best pi let for all trt ' l product. iiOMi:.i:i:ivi.t:-" i;, fusions .B tie itrianu' d at any time. One fate f round trip from all point on our b . for fulther informal n upfly to II. W. MArl'iiiriutAN, Land t 'ouimi--uoner. Malipatte, Mich. Copper KaiiRC Railroad Co. TIME TABLE. Iti tfT.i t nt 12;Ol Sun.l.iy. June L. 1!ot. ajo'u tN'tli. t:' No. 'a, No. 1 7 ' I'a-H. l'i". (S t or. H.5 13.2 t7.n s .: t.r. ;.:. 4 :.o.o M.V jo.o i a. a 14.5 in.a HA J. o.7 0 a ii a a 7 a ur. a 15 a on :j oi J 51 ai 2 27 2 22 2 20 P. M. A. M.I t a.v n 2"' S J7i a or.' n oo A. M STATION." Jlonuhton Atiuntic palaeM.tnle Je. Halt le Ti liiuniiitalu l'..liieN.tKlt." l'iitr lMet'.tale Iukewoo.J r.lni Kiver t hi kpole WIiioha Vnter IVlt p,-,.j.Hr.l Ktoiet. J'- MAf crrv. Odllll! No. ill h No. Mlxc.l. A. M.l 1.V h :in H a:t M 1 1! h 50 A. M. A. M. In 1 lo 25 10 2 in a.' in 15 10 51 11 o.i 11 12 11 17 1 1 2.I 11 II I 1 4S I I 52 1151 A. M. Short Line to Copper Country. TniiriH make clone connection to mid I.. r'.ilnmi't 1 .11 ke Linden. Dollar Ihiv HOlll V-.l- I 1 and other point: on Mineral Kanso II.!tC. K'yw. ror lniormaiion in re Ciml ti rate, etc., apply toncnret t nr to thin otlice. V. .1. fc?OUI)EK, (i. T. A. VifouK'hton, Mich. UlirACIO, MILWAUKEE A PT. I'AUL. (Join? nortl il- m (Joinrf fouth r,: ' ,n- tlllCAOO A NOUTH WrTEKN. Arrive. From Cryntal Falln C:45 ft. ru. From Chicago l:r V- ni Leave. For Crystal VaHa and points north and nouth 7i45 a. m For Crystal Fallu and Chicno..C;05 p. m. o Are you aware Of tho fact tJiat wo aro headquarters for tho latest htyh'S in the line of , Dry Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Etc. And Don't Forget That wo carry (inly the host in the line of Groceries, Provisions, Fresh and Salt Meats. II. F. CIIRISTENSON & CO. f,OQ21 fviJ: :2xzra izrxwt u k S38.O0 DROP HEAD jEWIMG- - MACHINE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. 1 or Particulars call at our store holder; 5 OLpOM. A I'Vl.MSi.'l, 1 ichitiaii a A Bia 'i i n e of W4s m , i m MILLINERY ton Mi.'l 1 i 7) In order to Ltive Amasa people adetpiate service 1 have put in tho finest lino of Millinery in Iron County. '' LATEST STYLES & SHAPES m B. AMASA, MICH. ; , , M C. M. & St. Paul Railway. (Joint; north to all point in the iron ami copper country, do a. in. (Joinn Houth to Milwaukee and Chicago ,nnd all points outh. thlOfi.tn. (loing north to all point in iron and copper country. J:L p.m. (Joins couth to Milwaukee and Chicago ft"'1 11,1 P't8 Houth. 7:zo p.m Through nhrpins cam to Milwaukee and Chicago. Spreads Like Wihltlre' When things are "the teat" they iH-come "the let elling." Abraham Ha re, a leading ilruiHt, ot l'-clleville, O., write: "KUctric lWttir are the tcHt neUing bittcrM I have handled in 20 yearn." You know why? Mot lioae beKiri in disorder of stomach, liver, kidney, bowel, 'll1 ,iml ",pv,,, Kioctric Uitnern tones u the utomach. rrRulaton liver, kidneyn and bowels, puri fier the blood, atrcngthetiH the nerve?, hencocurcn multitude of maladie. It builds up the entire njtem. I'utu new lifo and visor Into any weak, sickly, run down mnn or woman. Frico fin rents. Sold by J. C. WilkiDson. That Throhhinir Heiulaclio. Would quickly leave jou, if 3'ou lined Pr. Kinu'n New Life Pill. Thousand of Mifferers have proved their matchle merit for Sick and Nervoim llendachei. They make pure blood and build up your health. Only 2o eta. Money back if not cured. Sol. f by. I. C. Wilkinson. '-4 Dominic D.illilOr, Dealer In Fancy Imported and Domestic Wines, Liqoors and Cigars. DinmiEKiA. Srvtrad Crs Developed in the VilUe TM Wk Schoolt Closed. Ainasa has been visited hy another malady diphtheria, but fortunately no greater damage than the closing of tho schools has resulted from its visit. The families of Geo. l'remeau and Henry Osier were tho principal ones effected. Dr. McBurnoy took rigid measures to stop the spread of the disease ami quaran tined the houses. Asa result of the strict quarantine the disease was confined to. the two families mentioned. The schools were closed Monday and will remain closed the balance of this week and next. nt at tho Amasa, Michigan. (treat Luck of an Editor. "For two yearn all rflortu to cure. Ik zetua In tho palm of my hand failed," write 1'ditor IL N. Lester, of Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly cured by Uucklin's Arnica Salve." If the wold let for Kruptions, Sores and all skin diseases. Only 2Tc at J. C. Wilkinson's. Minstrel Club. Amasa young men have had under consideration for a long time the formation of a minstrel club and it looks as if tho project is about to mateairlie. A meet ing has been held and an organi zation perfected with Art Scott manager. Any one acquainted with this popular young manager will at once recognize the fact that the boys have started out right. Those who are counted upon to take part in the entertain ment are Art Scott. O. K. Wade, Walter Lawrence, John Mason, Win. Bolitho, Chas. Kxtrum, Goo. Darrah. Percy Kdwards, Harry Kdwards. Chas. McGregor, Chris Kowe, Dr. McHurney, Andrew Olson, and Ktnil Pavlic. It's a merry crowd and they ex pect to have a merry time espcciallv when thev strike Crs tal Falls - -. . LOCAL AND I'HKSONAL. Tile Hemlock Mining company expects to start moving the bal ance of the stockpile next week. The shovel will bo brought down from the Gogebic range the first of tho week and there will bo a lot of hustling about tho surface of the Hemlock after it starts work. A. Dostrom and family left town Friday morning for Norway which place he will make his home in the future. Mr. nos trum is a carpenter and kept a small hardware store hero, but business is not sufficient to sup port such an enterprise. IM h ave ii. y happy Imhih- tnd ( ro the il rp bill.' MU, Mather than be without ('I'lirl- y and my Mock Mountain Ten. .1. Wilkin-on. Walter Lawrence and Chas. Kxtruin have been compelled to leave their happy homes because of the diphtheria scare and they are now profiting by the absence oj Mr. and Mrs. Jobe by monop olizing their fine homo. A show was booked for hero this week but it didn't show up. It was of the magic lantern order and tho proprietor evidently heard of tho last fellow that took Amasa people for "suckers." Mrs. Warnington left last Monday for a visit in lower Wis consin until the diphtheria abates. She was accompanied by her little daughter. llriui; attractiveneh to list It sh, hii lovable nirl, making them handoine, marriageable woinnr. Thnt'n what Mocky Mountain Tea will do. .1. C. Wil kinson. Frank Thompson was at Crys tal Falls on business last Thurs day. Mr. Thompson enjoys a very good trade in his new store. Andrew Hloomquist and Chas. Wcdbcrg who went to Sweden some time ago returned from their vacation this week. Fred Laundrcc and wife left last Monday morning for Canada where they will reside for some time at least. Miss Gertie Gibson went to Champion to spend the two weeks compulsory acation at home. A thousand things by it are done far better than most things do one. We refer to Mocky Mountain Ten made by Mad icon Med icine Co. Jloc. L C. Wil kiiiHon. A barber from Florence struck town this week and the boys arc getting their whiskers trimmed. H. Isaacson went down from Amasa t- !v ' jv : ' funeral of Kinil day. John Lundgreeu was at the , Falls ,his week prcgairing for his I annual hunting trip. Commission., r M,1 -o.i iiie.l I schools on the we: .ido of the county this week. j WAN! i:i)-si;VK!t I. lM:UoXsnF OUAR j nctiT Mini liixi.l r.-utatl..iv in e.uh ft.ito (..lit' ill tht ounty rt'M'Urv-l) to iv.ie-i.t wilI a.lvtr-ti- i.M t-tntilihr.l wr.ilthy t.iilui-. lioue cf soii.l f.iuiiiei.il r.tnliis. Salary lH.oo kly with f.j'fiijift a-Miii.iii.il. ai! payuMo in ch-Ii Weliu-lay lin-( t li iui ln-u t HlUv- HorKf itii-l t-arrl.ie fiiini!ie., ulifii iiii',--iry. R-I-i-iief. Kn. !'-.- f.e!f-ii l,lr--v'.l tain'H-t fiivcloj.o. M.iii.ui-r, .'tin laxt.ai ;ii!lii'i.'. t'llirU'.. It is reported that Gust John son will come hero and start a baker shop. Supt. Lawrence was on the west side of the county this week. Cyrus Jenkins went down the line yesterday morning. Miss Trybr visited friends at Crystal Fails this week. 11. T. Mrli t 1 1 , st. I'.uil.Miuii., who lus I'dii Ii.miIi!.' with . dionltit'd ti.in.ieh. .l. 'M'haiidK-ihiiu' stom ach and Liver Titlii.-N do nn? more god than itnvthii!-; I ha v.- im r taken ." Tor sale at Cole' I'liaimac.v. . M. K. church services will be resumed next week. Mrs. Mosior was at Crystal b'alls thi.-. week. Win. Ilorder is much better this week. IIov.' Tld! '.- ..M r oik- lluii-lr.- i 0. .;..) :.-mi h'iV cnt-;M iitai rli li nt ali.n t ! Clin H i !!'r c u t u 1 1 h .111 0. f. .1. nr.Ni:v ,v e.i . run ... t..i. We tl.i' 11 n!i-r - .t-1 , lui- kiwuMi J. V ney for the !mt 1 ." yonri. n nt ! . !(. v.' M-tly lioii.ir.it.il- ia id' l-M-ii.i in i,i nil. i Jlii.tii. i,!.'y nt !.-!'.( ,itry niA any ti-.n l;-ii'!.- .y t!. Wl.-T a Tut tx. V. . . P: -ut::-t T--! Wai.kimi. Kinv.vs- a Mauviv. Wl.r.Vsilc iKt, T.j'i.-.lo. ). Hall'- Cat .ir rli rn:.- i t ak.-'.i i:.t. : iiu'.Iy. tlir.-itl tij-oii tin Ij!o'j.I an. I n,;.. null- f t li- Ky-!. ii. IM"' . ?...-. )..-r '"'tV S all lruu-u!-t . T.-t i::i .-ii.il- !. Hall's Faml'iv l'l.l- ale tl,- .. -t I f..r .1 t-y .1... i. , (. i.i . p..,-. ( tl.nis '.!ua- In, o. Iaiia- ill t ill).' vll-l.u-c .M l.y An Ornamental Fuel Svrr. J'airlohV 1'ial I !e 'in ,in iz-i i- being iniNrirally inlnptr.'l to pti-vint the uMial whp'i- if heat up the rhiinney and 'nice it to iinliate into the room. Il ii rreai-es the I. eat in t he room w here the Move m located, and heat one or fvi.i ad-'itional lootn without addition al to'e.- or I ;l I 1 1 . It m.iiII a v e its I'.ht, SI. Vi or .S"oi, I i.v the leduied a mount of fuel u-. .1. It i- i-i: l..-t it ot l for t he m eo,d leliUt ii d -1 o i pin- a Uo e the tove, or uitl in ativ loom through which the i-!m epiin- pa--e-. Furnihid b. all t ovo a nd hardline dealer; man uhictuiid by W. .1. r.uitoii Co., H",S 170 W. Lai ned St., I. tioit, Mich. A WORTHY SUCCESSOR "Soirit ihinu; New UnJer the Sun." All Doctor have tried to eiiieCATAi nil by thi1 ii!-' of powder, aciik'u-.'-. inhah r and lru- in paste fot m. l ie tr powdeiw dtyup the idiiciioim ua i.ihiain eaii.-ini; them to crack open and l.lei-d. The powerful acids used in tin- inhalers have entirely eaten away the same tin in-biain-H that their maker have aimed to cuie, while pats and ointment cannot leach the diein-e. An old and epcr ii need practitioner who ha for many yeaiH made a close tudy add rpecially of tin? treatment of e.VT vittui, ha at hist pel fitted a treatment of t'ATAiaiii, which when fait hfully tied, not only relieve at once, but permanently eurec.VTAi:itn, by removing the cause, stopping the di.-ch arges, and curing all inflammation. It i the only renady known to ci. tier that actually reache the aftlicted part. Thi wonderful remedy is known a "SNi ni.i:s the (iCAitANKia'.o Cataiiui I I'HK" and i sold at the extremely low price of One Dollar, each package con taining internal and external medicim sufficent for a full month' treatment and every thing nceiary to its perfect ue. "S.mfkm s"itheotily perfect ("atahiui ('cut: ever made and i now recognized a the only safa and poitive cure foi that annoyins and diguting disease. It cure all inllarnation tpiickly and per manently and i also wonderfully ouick to relievo Hay Fkvkk or Colo in the 1D:ai. Caukkii when neglected often lead to CoNHf.MPTloN "Sm fit.kh" w illave you if you ue it at once. Iti no ordinary remedy, but a complete treatment which i ptmitively guaranteed to cure CATAitau in any form or tage if iied according to the directior. which ac company each package. Don't delay but end for it at once, and ;rite full particular a to your condition, and you will receive pecial ail vice from the diweoveror of thi wonderful remedy re garding your cae without cot to you leyond the regular price of "Sniti'm:" the "(iUArtANTi:i:n (lATAmiArt (T at:." Sent prepaid to any addrc in tho United States or Canada on receipt of One Dollar. Addrcw Dept. II 07'. bb win 15. Oilc it Company, H.t.'tO and2:iaJ Market street, l'hiladelphia. To Cure aCold In One Day. Take Laxative IJromo (Juinine Tab let. All druggit nfund the money if it fails to cure. L W. Grove's nignnture U on each box. 2.c. au. over t;;e iicjse. The Way to Keep the Csllar Clean Free From Dad Smell. Quicklime, borax, charo-oul, dry cojipcras &vA la-ter ore tin' things t( raake o:ul keep a collar iucet and fre-h. Move out all things movahlo, tweeji, t.tko up dust, open bins mid closets and set doors and windows wide. Then in every bin or in closed space? sot an earthen ve-scl, dish or bowl with several lumps of quicklime in it. Strew grains of dry coppcra? all over the lime, then lack it, hut do not wet it, yet bo Furo the slacking is thorough. Steam from the lime, ri-ing up and out, will take away all had air and ill odors. Leave the cellar open and empty for two hours, then scatter dry pow dered borax nil around in corners and along the wall-, and wherever there is a place: where it will not ho in the way hang a piece of net, such ns fish net, with some lumps of. fresh charcoal tied ir.-ide. . Leave tho borax until next cleaning time. Take tho charcoal bas dovn ew ry week, empty them, heat the charcoal very hot, return to the hags and replace them. The charcoal has a marvel ous power o absorb all sorts of had smells. The powi r is strictly pro portioned to its freshness, which tho heating restores. Make cheesecloth pads of plaster, mixed with powdered slacked lime, and hanr them against 'the walls that are likeliest to he damp. Li mo and plaster are so ihir-ty they take all the spare water to themselves, thereby pre euting mu-t and mold. A good way to make the pads is to stitch or run inch tiuks in it length of (hce-i-eloth or ccar-e lawn, .then slip u funnel spout into the open end of the tuck and pour in the plas ter and lime. Make the tuck1- an inch apart ami fill them evenly. I'owdi t d charcoal may he miid with the lime and pla-tcr for pads which are to hang whore food-lull's lire kept. Fruit D;verage. Peel 12 lemons- very thin, sqin-ezo the juice over the p- ! and let stand two hour-, then add one pound of sucrar. Ma.-h fun? quart of ripe ra-p-berric- with half a pound of Miuar; pare a ripe pim-appie, shred the iruit fine and mix with an'th( r half pound of sugar, then strain tho lemon juice end ma-h the ra-phcr-rics through a co.ar-e -ievo, then tho j-ine.ipple and mix all tojethcr, add ing three quart- of cold water. Stir until the sugar is entirely di.--o!vcd, then strain and serve with a littlo of the fruit in each pa--. Washing Cut Glass. Standing in water or allowing water to remain in cut gla-.. no matter how clear, rob-; the cutting of lu.-tcr and put- it ahnn-t on a leel with pressed gl.'ts. Still ono mu-t make haste slowly. Xo mat ter if there i- but a .-ingle bowl, wa.-h it apart from - rvt hiiiir else and in perfect !v lear water. If it U caked and stickv in.-ide from stand ing after t:-c f 11 it with warm soda, wuhr and -hake vigorously for a minute, then repeat until the glass begins to f hov,- clear. An Egg Ceparatcr. A unique kitchen utensil sepa rates the yolks and whites of eggs as they arc broken without paying any particular 'attention to where each part is dropped. This little do-, vice can bo fastened to an ordinary tumbler by means of the spring clip on one side. Tho contents of tho egg arc allowed to fall on the strain er, which has nuuvrous slits open ing into tho gla-s through which tho thinner white portion strains, thus leaving the yolk on the upper Fide. Economizing Space. An idea for economizing space is shown in the illustration, aiul this will nppeal to those who have con verted two small rooms into ono largo one. Ihit you are confronted r,. t iXii, jirn i-f -n t - METAMor.pnosis or a riiiErLAi-i:. with two firrplaccs, and you do not require more than one fire. Now, hero is an excellent idea which you and your "handy" man could easily1 carry out hetween you. The sketch is ao eimplo it needs no words ta ciplairi it. Homo Notes.