Newspaper Page Text
TERSE TOWN TOPICS.
Mrs. C. T, Roberts, who baa been isltiug hIK Mrs. Harry Roberts, at Duluth relumed homo Monday. Miss May Huberts rnme down 'from Duluth Ivionday night. with Mrs. C. T. Roberts and will visit with Crystal Fulls friends a week or two. '' The Lady Maccabees gave one of their evcelleut dancing nartios'at their hall Thursday Evening. The Lady Ikes have a reputation that is Al for : giving entertaining dances. We are in receipt of an invatation attend the military ball given by Lan ding Company No. 15 U. R. K. of P. 'The committee list -contains the name fjfChasW. Fnbley, Second Lieutenant. iMatt. Leo came down from Republic Hast Thursday nightto look after the ' 'jj'! at the Verona. Will Margison's accident hlmngleft hiuf "without a man at Vulcan. Faul Schook lost a very valuable horse Sunday, one of tho ' blacks". The hotoo fell Friday night while 1? ing driven on the hack. Spinal Men ingitis is said to have been the cause. Henry Scjiwalknbach. travelling auditor for the Leiscn & Heues Brew ing company, r.nd one of the finest fel lows in tho ''i-n insula, was in the city revcral days this week nttendingt to Ihe extensive business interests of his Ioople in t lis city. A. Lustfield left for Muskegon on Snnday evening to attend the meeting Df the (laud Lodire F & A. M. John Jones, of Iron Mountain -joined him Mr. Wra. Jolliff is here visiting with her parents. Mr., and Mrs. J. IL Parks while the Jolliff household effects are being removed to Eeeanaba, which place. Mr. and Mrs. Jolliff will make their future home. The Rlatz Brewing company is mak ing extensive improvements upon their ice house. It lias been moved about ifOO ftet from the place it occupM up against the Milwunknee freight house and an addition will Ik added thereto so that more Iwer may Ui stored therein. Bert Henderson returned from n visit to the. Sawyer-Goodman camp near Beech wood Monday. Such is the rep utation that Henderson Bros have with the Ihjvh in tho camps that when other jewelers were present in camp at the, time of their visit tho "other fellow" has been compelled to pack np and leave. The Hendersons are making reputations for t hems! ves all over. John I). Mangnm whs last Monday appointed postmaster at Marquette. Mr. Mangnm was recommended for the position by Congressman Sheden some time ago but a fieht was made upon him by opponents in Marquette. An inspector was sent to investigate and he found that some of the charges were false and milicions. His report must have settled the matter. George Faulkner, who has lieen in the hospital several weeks with a sore finger, was compelled to submit to the amputation. the finger last Satur day so as to avoid more serious conse quences. The trouble started with what he supposed was a felon annd it must have leen effected by tho water at the mine, as blood poison set in ne- o nr il, InHnr oUr-o nru ionrr.ered with '. 'ssi fating the amputation. He is get- him to dmlion. ting on nicely at this writing. Goo. Crannock, a Polock emidoyed at( Cut this out and keep it. Tho Scion the C3reat Western, was picked up in j tific American gives this receipt which the snow some'h'jro near me mine j an glioma Know, ai mo nrm inuiea last Monday with loth feet and hands! Hon of diphtheria in the throat, make badly froren. Tt is not known at this! the room' close, tht.n take a teacup date if he will loose them but it is and jour into it an equal quantity of I 1 1 o Still ie the Rmg Wc have just purchased the finest line of Silverware ever shown in Northern Michigan, if you don't believe it call and see for voursclf at HENDERSON Ol CprnxponcD rjnm aroDDn 1 1 1 o thought that tney will have to 'be am putated. Chas. Vvv.w was down from his camp on the Paint tho fore part of the wee?i fifter supplies, lie has two teams at work and has hauled about all of the .timber he had on skids. He will put .- in a nice hunch of timber this winter and Is proving a hustler in tho logging line. M. II. Moriaty, I. W. Hyers. Chas. H. Watson, Jas F. Corcoran and John Wall went as far as Channing Tuesday; hunt m their "way to Marqnette to attend the funeral of Mrs. Stone. When they got to Channing they learned that the : train was four hours late they so re- . IIIIIKMIIO W1U 1'iillH UgiMU. A slump tKk place in oats last Mon- day. that was gencraly welcomed. Oats V. have "been held outrageously high; in tar and turpentine, then hold this cup over the tire so as to fill the room with frnnes. Tho patient inhaling the fume will cough out the membraneous mat ter and the diphtheria will pass off. The fumes of the tar and turpentine loosen the throat and thus afford the relief that has baffled the skill of physicians. It. B. Webb says that J. II. Park made arrangements' with every man that he met while on the Mesabi to moose with him next hunting season Mr. Parks says that he has killed every kind of game to be found in this country excepting a Moose and he is dead anxious to bag one of those, animals so as to fill out his score If he accompanies every man that he made arrangements with and ho gets a mooso on each trip it will go with- Mtb. John Bowden returned from Amasa last Tuesday morning. T. J. McCusker was home from Re public Sunday win re he has the super vision of the Clergue explorations. J. H. Parks and 14. B. Webb return ed home from h trip toDnluth Wednes day. While they, were in the Zenith city they decided to take a run np to the Mesabi range and spent a day look ing at the properties up there. Captain Edward Jacka won the sewing machine, offered by L. Harris as a premium to his customers. The drawing took place at the Greater New York store Wednepsay evening. Harris, is here from Detroit visiting j l.U wMm1 clve and the youngest with his dauhgter and family. Mr. Inv0 y.eiU'8 oW' hfiil lwn loft alon" thv Herman is a tmsincsu man of the gate Dr. B. H. Darling tolli ua that there is nothing to compare with hot water for heating purposes. The plant re cently put into his dwelling by Mr. Swanson gives the very best of stifact ion and will do all that is asked of it even in coldest weather. Header Yon will confer a lasting favor and receive a reward, if you will report tho name of dealers trying to sell you a substitute for tho Madison Medicine Co's Rocky Mountain Tea J. C. Wilkinson & Co. Irving Jacson went to Stage Monday morning to investigate a reported case of desertion at that place. It was re ported that a family of five children. ...p,.., iu " f rv. ...... feed. LLt' price was a hardship to; ou saying that as a moose hunter Parks All who were compelled to use them, j is a "moose". However, J. II. says Tow that the price of the cereal is that he made arrangements with but down somewhere near what it should bo ! one man and that one is Claude At- f Crystal Falls horses will bo switched .-.off from "long oats" to the short ar- tide airain. Itev. W. IVyseor, of Outer..:;;, j;. o takes Ihe pulpit in t',.. . '1 church vacated by Rev. L :'.. ; i tl in the city Thursday. Mr. i". vk r , 4-omes very highly spok-r :i ' .i former neighbors in the Ihe north of us and we extend to him our kinson. Tlie sneering way some people ha'-e in speaking of the local papers in:;' serve to bolster up their own cuio;.. but it cuts no ice with the general public. When a pastor wants an an nouncement he goes to the local jtajwr. When tho ladies want a notice of a church supper published they go To the local paper for a wilte-up. When a city and is heavily interested in real estate in that city. Although his daughter has resided hero for many years, this is the first time that he has visited tho Falls. Ho is quite well pleased with the place and at the large business enterprise which Mr. Harris is carrying on here. Menominee was shaken by an ice quake Sunday morning, caused by a change of wind and the expansion in ! J the bay. In 1W5 many buildings were badly shaken by GliO of these Jccquakes and articles were hnrled from tables and shelves in several Bay Shore residences. and that they were in destitute circum stances. Investigation proved that the report avhs correct. The mother had deserted them and tne father was working in tho lumber camps leaving the little ones alone to die of privation. Sho was sitting up with a sick man. No profess iuoal nurse was she, 'Simply sitting np with her love sick lover, Giving him Rocky Mountain Tea. C. Wilkinson & Co. . Ix'st wishes for a pleasant and prsper- ( political party issues a call or holds n ous engagement with the people of the meeting it cnlls on tho local paper for Falls. " j publicty. When an obituary of some McGuiro's sprinkler, horses and ld no ia to bo printed the local pa driver dropped through the Ice into po is called on. Society in geneial ten feet of water in Mahoney lake near turns to the local paper for a written ; JVntoga, tho other day. The accident j tail of its movements. In fact a happened about nine in the evening thousand other things are expected of r and it took a crew of men until 2 o' clock the next morning to get the team and sprinkler out of the cold water. As rapidly as they were gotten onto the ice It would break, letting them into the water again. the local paper, and yet we find many citizens so selfish that they hesitate und often refuse to spend a small mite to support or give it a job in return for the many free notices they receive in a year's time. OCOOOQOCOS0900CCGOOOGO FIRE PLATE GLAS COCCGOCCOOC CYCLONE 8 L ACCIDENT jj tr 8 n iU , L 8 QIK? 0) i ii"' i FRANK W. COLE. Rproantinf H QUEERED!! The Ksilrotul man carne in look tug uioHt Jejt ttcil. I'll nev r p,iv up mv poo.r cifjars to cl vi' M)iv, lie m'u tW lowfulh . Why not, asked n fi ifiid Well, said h-, you know I've Ik-cm zv,Uuu on M. Piul for few moot It mul M tcr tliiy hetn l that. I win tibotit to Ihj f)t ornotcfl; Hint f ick I r I me, mii I brought out my tmx of i;ive any cicarn. Along in tho afternoon a ntranuei came in find I cga n lo tulk. I drew I lie hux on him, hr took a cit'er and left. WVII? I'm tpit-i'i'cd fort'Vcr, it whh Mc. Flewelnna, le wn mihI liiH uiiwe it wiih not a ula." H. CDucngor Maker $alf& Waters "tit- Company. We are Sole Agents for on i SLLu yen i FLOOR. q And can be bought only at one Store. W ... , J Ckr J v T. yJtor M, tv w mum nm r ua. 9Y ( jjj Drop Head n Luke Welch was a visitor at tho head of the lakes last week and returned home with some big tales of the doings of tho people up there. lie brings the news that C .T. Crandal has resigned the position of chief of police which he held for several years in Duluth and that he will remove to Kansas city where he has large interests. He is also heavily interested in the lately discovered Kentucky oil fields and his residence in that locality will place him in position so that he can letter attend to those interests. N. Jackson, Danville. 111., writes, "My daughter had a severe attack of la grippe and a terrible cough settled on her lungs. We tried a great many remedies without giving relief. She tried Foley's Honey and Tar which cured her. She has never been troubled with a cough since". For sale at (dole's Pharmacy. In this i.ssue will bo found a list of the lands aianst which a decree will lo anked at the rext term of tho circuit court U'cause of delinquent taxes a . gainst them. This list contains in ad dition to the lands delinquent for the taxes of I'U'.i, all lands which had gone delinquent, for the taxes of previous years the sale of which was Ht aside. For that reason property own- should scan tho list carcfullv. t;CCOCOCCCCCOCOC 0 r i.i r.it. i? un&TuwPOTrau mi. o Q vrvsidi ana, y n wo i n hi icon mu- q nni C'Q PIIARflARY. ... . . TUAL LIFE-IMSIIRlMCFf 0 1 Phone No. 9. TUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, ftl Mllwek.vike. Paul Schook's bus went on a "tear" last Monday morning and, for a time, threatened to rip a big hole in the lower end of town but a telephone pole, providently intervened and stopped it from doing any great amount of dam age. Tho bus was being driven to tho morning passenger train and wns go ing at a protty good clip when, just after passing over the Columbia spur, the king UAt dropped out letting the sleigh take a go-as-you-please course. Trie team swnng off to the right and the sleigh took a boo line for L. Harris store. Then the telephone polo boLLul np and traveling men, grips, trunk- mv rol?s were piled in a heap on fV s--'eivalk. The sky I'joks bluer, the sun shines brighter, a feeling of yonth and strength creeps over the soul after tak ing llocky Mountain Tea made by the Madison Medicine Co. ftf cents at J. C. Wilkinson & (V. Don't forget the mask ball Monday ovening. . CHEW . ; BLOOD BERRY GUM tio&ir A pink a a t h . THC ONLY ANTISIPTIC GUM IN THf ' WORLD, s Like Bunch of Crn(ion in (ha M'MI SOURWISE A HARNETT. Maofrs. E3CANADA. MICH. To Build Anolhrr Dock, It is now reiorted that the Chicago Milwaukee' & St. Paul company will not only lengthen its present ore dock 1.00 feet, but will erect another gigan tic structnre to the north thereof. This information comes to Tho Iron Fort through ex-Alderman J.W. King who is now located in Chicago, and claims to know whereof he speaks. The'chief reason giren for the construc tion of an entirely separate dock instead adding still further to the length of the present stru-. tnre is to guard against the stoppage of ore shipments in case fire should wipe on or the other out of of existence. Vhi! thh is the first in tarnation that the tho St. Paul follks would build a second dock, there may Ik) something in the report. A crew of men arrived here from Chicago this week and the work of driving piles for the extensionto the St. Paul dock will l commenced next Monday. Ore Trices Fixed. At a meeting of the HMserner Ore amociation last Saturday, the price of JleHsemer, with old range as the base, was fixed nt$f.25 per ton. Nothing was none about 1 no price or non-lJes-semer old range and Mesaha ores, but it is expected that these details will l worked out within tho next few days. The prospects that nou-IlesHcuier old ranee nnd'IVscmer and Mesaba should ho quoted at $.1. jor ton, an advance of i!. cents. Noii-IJcsseiiier Mesaba will approximate TJ.7. The ht.it club party of the dancing school .will be held on next Friday eve ning. ST. MAKK'S CIIUKCH. Divine service will m held in the alwve chnrch on Sunday evening at 7. 30 o'clock by the new rector the, Rev, VV. Pojseor, A cordial invitation is extended to all. Machine To our customers 'CXEDnEDDDD V$3to4 f& jjGr JUi 4e tU Calsomining. 4 4f ALSO FINE LINP:OF- WALL PAPER AND PAINTS. RICHARD WEHSE. HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE. "I was jnst about gone," writes Mrs. Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Springs, N. C, "I had Consumption so bad that tho best doctors said I could not live more thaifa month, but I tcgtn to use Dr. King's New Discoverv and was wholly cured by seven bottles andj am now stout ana well . it s an un rivaled life saver in consumption, pneu monia, Jn Grippe and Bronchitis; in fallible for Couuhs. Colds. Asthma. Hay Fever. Croup or Whooping Cough Guaranteed liottles .'( and $1. 00. Trial l4llcs free at - .1. C. Wilkinson A: Co drug store. A FIRE MAN'S Cf)SE CALL. "I stuck to my engine, although eery joint ac hel anl every r.ervu was racked with pain, "writes C. W. llellaniy, a locomotive fireman, of Ilurlinnton, Iowa., "I was weak and pale, with out any anrietite and all run down. As I was atout to give np. I got bottle of Electric Bitters and. after taking it, I felt as well as I ever did in my life. " Weak, sicklj-, rundown people always gain new life, strength and vigor from their use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by J. C. Wil kinson & Co. Price oO cents. To Cure aCofcl In Ono Day. Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tnl lets. All clrucRists refund the money it it fails to cure. K. W. Grove' signature is on each box. 2.c. DUCLEN'S ARNICA SALVE Has world-wide fame for marvellous cures. It surpasns any other salve, lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns, Hums, Sores, Felons, Ulcers,.. Tetter, Salt Rheum, Fever Sore Chapped Hands, Skin Eruptions; In fallihle for Piles. Cure guaranteed, Only 2" cents at J. C. .Wilkinson Sc C. wan n:i).. ,t;vi:ral i-kkson. ok hiak- Meter Mii-1 goo. I rcputnUnii in hv.U mintv (on In l lii- nmniy mjuiivOj to r'in m-iit iokI itttvcr th? ol.l t-jit.w1li.h' 1 w.i!lhy biiln-i4 liouw of miIkI fln.iii. U! klHnliit. Sutiiry iS.ot) wit kly with t'xp.'11-.-t M.l.lltlunul, all p.tyihli iiM'ui.h fiuh Wcln-Kilrt y dini t from ln'.i'l olli.cx. Ilorf hm f',irr!i4-i fiirnUli.'d, nhm in-t,Hry. IN f r x c. l.in )(v Ht-if a'Mri'MM'fl t,uin'l tnviV.p.'. MoiHgT, :tHJ t;ito!i r.nil!ihR, A Di:i:P MYSTERY. It is a mystery why women endure Rackache, IIoalache, NoTLiu. nH hh'Cplefsness Melancholy, I acr Diz.y sjmIIs when th( proved that Electric RitU1 ly cure such troubles. years with kidney Iron Mrs. Phebo Cherley, of 1 "and a lame back pained not dress myself, but wholly cured me, snd years of ago I now am my honse work", Itov pation, Improves appeti health. Only ftOc at J. drug store. ''H.ivo ve.... ,-; Jvcr(,i (; h)ch nil 1 tUouUt j! iron." "Y("!. ,-OI Weird !: