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filoti Loc&l Item for Busy Render. T.'hvn t IIuuiImjI.1 this wt'fk th writ t'njft .T Mi'ih Shimtninannd JohnL'on iUr, Uth we 11 known here. Mr.Khim tins wns mining Captain tit the Man !ild mine and after it was hoM lie fat to Vermont fr Captain Duzzo to erintenl a co .r mine that Mr. X.ito had on contract. The mine was -jrk.M'l jn th fall and Mr. Shimmins rH-uncd t anl Wit given charge of iht fovdale. Mr. ConniUar wan at the Hr-len mine all winter returning to UdiiiIk.1.1 in the f.rinj;. They llh hare their familieH at HntnhoM and h:t doing well. The rankest act of vandalism that n-A ever committed in this city was Jhtt wilful destruction of the new cem ritwalk in front of A. Kelsons lot. The mil rit that committed the deed wore '"'man size" .ho and jmnjM'd on xuih Hake of cement in thewalkdes-v-'jir-g it so that it had to U torn up 'r1 built over. IV. A. M. Darling and Earnest Sarins returned from their Oshkosh irij. Tuesday. Dr. Ovid'made arrang cenUtocome to tiie Falls andpreformed u operation on Mr. Mnnns yesterday fl.f ;l!.flldiritif. Till' OlM'iation W!!M -I ---------- nwvessfully prdWim-d at t!t h"sjital 3o tho forenoOn. Mr. Neumaiheck has secured a posi litm as night time keeper at the Crystal FaiU mine. He is a good ball player itcd a gentleman in every sense of the term and Crystal Falls is, indeed, lucky lit secure fo valuable a man. Iron Mountain is sutTering from an epidemic of burglary. Hans Christeuson is atout as busy a man as there is in town these days. m He has is men on his section and is Auinif extensive repair work to the track leading to the mines of the locality. Mrs. Ella Henkey who has been pt rating the simplex machine in this (pftvo since Janurary leaves next week fir Islipeming where she has accept -oi a very fi tie osition inthe oflice of "V. H. Oakley who will soon own a vin yard in that city. We are always liUral in inserting .programs ect, of church affairs rupee j r iy wlit ie lt.ical'talent is interested but j-rsons interested in the affairs must jtt copy in by Friday morning. Our wiirk practically closes Friday niht ArA we will not take copyof'thiw kind later than Fiiday forenoon. A fishing party consisting of John Ericknon, John Parks and Nels Margi n went out Mondayjnnd tin stories .if their catch as told by each is as JJfverse a the colors of Joseph'H coat, jricksoii says'they aughtVsO ; Parka ,?iy4 LM'); Margison 'Juit'and Lai son lon't say. Now, which story are you Jjoing to take. Mrs, .1. C. Wilikinson has U-en sei 'Jeusly ill tliis week and was removed, wrly in the weetc, to .T. C. Ford's re idfnce ho as to avohl the disagareeab Jcr.oM incident to tlie moving of the Wilkinson residence which i in pro. Ci'vs of removal. There was considerable excitement igain this weeK wheii'the auction was f.rh-d in the corner stole of the brick T'nildiiig. Stvernl men -bants of the '. ity t nd" iv -red to slop the sal" but a Jvn ;is iM ord-iince tne matter was Jo t A. 1.. VI- Avllirr.: vj -ited at bis e- walk in'front of his place on Marquette Avenue. Ktrvfc commissioner Hunltack has had a crew at work grading the lower part of Crystal Avenue this week. The council last winter came to terms with J. B. Schwartz on the piece of t lie street that he owned. The Sunshine Society will meet with Mrs McCourt on Wednesday June 4th 2 p. m. All cordially invited Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Join drove over from Stambaugh Wednesday 'and spent the night in the city. Coductor Oallory will run the ex cursion from IronHiver to Green Hay tomorrow. himil (aiser was inthe cityWednes day in conferanee with John F. West er berg. No Ji-tter Ice Cream made than the Thompson-Keid. for sale by Mrs E. N. Eerg. (teorge'IIamilton, Sr. .was over from Stambaugh on bnsiness'last Thursday. Mrs. J. II. Parks is at Escanaha visiting hei daughter, Mrs. Wm. II. Jolliff and family. Mrs. C. II. Wats n: and'son. John, is rnstirating up at dtim bell's camp this week. ProsecutingAttorney Watson was at Iron RiverlTuesdav on business. Ci 111 x.rrrTr III I I I -lfc"i.fcfT III in m m am ,i iin . . . .:.J , r " J . ..: m -: ' '' ' ' ' i. if. 'ti. Z Call up PhoneJJNo. ( and order the Best Ice Cream in the city delivered to your home. Mrs. E. N. Berg. J. W. Jones was up from Iron Moun tain this week on a visit to his freinds. CRYSTAL FALLS WON. The Crystal Falls base ball dub went to Republic last Sunday and trounced the team of that place to the tune of IN to i. A large numer of admirers accompanied the boys and were re warded by seeing their favorites win out easily. The loys up in thy hard oro town had a por opinion of the fel lows from this non-Bessemer end of PIANO TUNING. E.E. Mnrtaugh will l ready to tin your piano or organ at anytime or'- may b left at the Music Store or City Drug Store all work gaurauteed "at moderate prices. '''- Mrs. Jas. Whalonand her grandswi . Master Jas. Burke and Jas. Corbett returned Thursday from a visit to Flo rence. We will sell tickets for tl -National Protectivne Association ot America at Portlaud Ore. whicn taks place June Cth and 7th. At a rate ! t:i.2'0 for round trip. Supreme lodg Ancint order Unitd Workman Portland j June lOth. to.'Oth. same rate. WITH A SINGLE EYE Ed. and Will Reynolds Wm. Murry : to the interests vt our customers, the and John Dawson went to Hurley tlis r?iair work done here must be. and morning where they will be enrolled in i satisfactory. the memliership of the Hurley lodge, J Qniy two wavs of doing things: Knights of Columbus. the right wv and tie wrouu way. Chicago's U'st Cream Collin's Bros, Only one way of doing it here and furnished in any cpantily from a pint that's th right way. JEWELRY REPAIRING requires a special kind of skll. Only those with a keen and delicate totn h cau satisfact(rily perform the necess ary operations. Yet we do not charge much for this high cla worlc. Thi- of price prove that. KENDERK A BROTHERS. DEPOSIT BY MAIL WITH THE to gallon at FIckkI's. WANTED. Apprentices and sewing girls, at the Fair Dress Making Pai ns. For Sale : A newly built, six room house in good locality. "Inquire at this Col'iuw Ibos. Vetvtt Ie Cteam at Fio..,! LAUNDRY LINES. the earth but leforethe game was4over with the fans up there came to' the conclusion that in these good tiuiesthe non-Ii'ss'mer product is in "demand A very hot iron should never be used for flannels or woolens. Alutn water will restore almost any faded color If put Into the rinsing water after the goods are washed. If black underwear, stockings or black yarn that Is to bo knitted is boil ed a few minutes In milk, the dye will not stain the skin. Stains on flannels may be removed by applying equal quantities of yolk of egg and glyctrln and allowing it to eoak for half an hour before the gar ment is washed. Black lr.ee may bo washed la warm water to which a little borax has been added hi the proportion of a tenspoon ful to a pint. This lace should never be dried by the fire, as it will turn rus ty. To sponge it use an old black kid glove. Steel faced sadirons, with reasonably high handles and six or seven pounds In weight, meet the greater number of laundry uocds. The variety In irons Is and they went away with a wholesome respect, yes dread of the nauie of. so great that every woman should be Crystal Fallsanda thorough m:; : , c a-J abl0 t0 fina something suitable to her HKing. The glass washboards are clean, du rable and good for the clothes. Their one drawback Is that they are a trifle tion of the ball players of the town. Nemaciieck did the cannonading and for the lirst'seven innings he used eless powder and the Republlic i c. ... ,i , i 1 heavy. Sanitarily they are far and lHys never got the range. Several Lway t,ctt(.r tuan he WOt)(len or zinc times tlie bases were full but the pitch- fared ones, which absorb dirt and hold er held his head with him and put 1 all manner of taints. the bunch to sleep in their tracks. lb :ld Ai-i i Vedln Ml,i . f c 1 1 ing a !'c lip'! no about his per- Wanted fl,'(! to I l.l.K'Il i !) A :irl abont 1 I v-ars of mm p'-i.iling on a simples It is an excellent oi. nor th. ljty tor son". rr to learn a trade that will lnof gnat advantage and fable- In l.er. frt: A bay Mare, White stripe :r. for-h''ad and white feet. Scar on right hip. Last seen at Mansfield. Leave informtion'or horse at opera lious saliKiii ami receive reward. F. K. Miller has been a pointed a committee of one by the Woodmen lodge of this city to confer with the Grand Rapids Camps in regard to the inti -reserve fund idea. Mr. Miller is jnthering information to put before Mi 'j lodge in due time on theexpansion pwwdion He is handling the question ii.-ip u t ially. Wm. 11. Jolliff was rehired as super int.endant of tlie I'scanaba'schools witii An advance in salary of $100. Tlie tiIh for retaining was'almost unanim nun which certainly speaks well for his work down there. Mrs. Thou. Conlin and Hon leave Mcji Jay juovning for Greenland to attend the marriage of her sister, Mh Bel'e Wright, next Thurslay. J(eph Cheney has taken hold of the jwu.turo back of the court house and ibuynno wishing to pasture a horsor ?.v can arrange with'hlm. fi(Hi, W. Freeman, warden Mar qu',tte prison was In the city Tuesday ? ifdtlng friends T. B. Catlia was from Iron'Mountain TueAd.iy and spent tho day on business and pleasure bent. M. J. Sherwoo.1 ppuit a couple of dtyi in the city attending the'riieetlng of tho loard of review. - ', Wm. Trebllcock Is building n rew Along about the sixth inning when tiie game htoHl 1 to 0 andtheCrystal Falls boys were tired out from running the bases, the Republic boys'got fright ened for fear that the)- wouldn't woie Hnrtl Work of a Drrn Model. A model's work is hardest in a whole sale house, where the various) sorts of garments are put on in order that buy ers may see them to tho best advan tage. Suppose that a buyer Is looking and trom that on for several innings ;for evi,niK KOwns, says a well known tlie whole ellort on their part was to make one tally. ' Towards the end of the game Manager Corcoran told the Imvh to let down and then Neimacheuek changed his ammunition to the old familiar black powder toss and the Republic boys went right back to the days of "one old cat'' and had lots of fun. When they got Up to eigth scores the pitcher sat down on them again and their fun was over with for that day. Frank Ball was at the receiving end of the batb ry and played excellent ball. The other boys of the team, Lou Henry. Ait Scott. .!. Thoiiin and D-'c Oran phyed their usual :;o..d ..line, Tiie te Hi) was short three men and Clyde Ilenr and a to-i l,' oth -r high school l.oys weie -ubst ilub-d. Tlie third nine of this city went to Florence last. Sunday and ( anie back with the scalps of the Brule Indians that constitute! the third nine of that town dangling at their belts. The Utile fellows played a nood game down there and say that their opponents were much older and heavier than they but they were in no wise wared of them. A FINE ENTERTAINMENT. The local talent entertainment given by the ladies of theM. E. church at the ojM'ra house on Tuesday evening last was an exceptionally successful afliair. The entertainment consisted of vocal music and scenic reading. The scenic reading part was manged by Madames Maywood and Eriekson and Miss Fan Ms and the fine manner in which the work was prod need reflects great credit upon the managers as well as the per sons taking part in the work. The Hubject of tho reading was Tennyson's Dream of Fair Women". The part of Helen of Troy was taken by Lizzie Gaffney. Iphigenl by Frances Butter field; Jeptha's Daughter, Mollle Gib son; Cleoprpatra by Alma Miesler; Roseliond, by Allerta Vivian: Elinor, by Mamie Dawson; Daughter of Sir Thomas Moore by Anna Hendrirkson, Joan of Ark, bv Anna Seal erg ; Lienor by Ada Harding. The representation of Seven "times Seven was a pleasing feature f the euleralnment. Merel Lynch represent ed the first of the sevn Ethel Lynch the second. Martha McCarty the third, Mrs Maywood assisted by Mildred Lustt'eld, Dorothy Maywou!, Raymond Penglase and Bert Erlkson the fourth; Mrs. Erikson the fifth; Mrs. Roberta, Jas. F. . Corcoran Chas. Henderson. R C. Waters and Maud Henderson sixth and Mrs. Maywood tho seventh. model. I, to show them well, go Into a dressing room and change everything. When I reappear, my neck and arms are bare and my petticoats and stock ings and shoos are all In harmony with the color of the elaborate frock I am wearing. Perhaps you think this Is easy work. Well, I assure you It Isn't when the air is warm, the buyer In a liurry Jind I am required to appear In maybe a dozen gowns In nn hour. "We have wh'"n we pose for stock ings (lo.cns ( pairs of pretty shoes to help show the Mo. kings off. Stocking models are a necessity. It Is Impos sible for the-buyer to tell accurately the tliiviio.s of the f i!k and the design of embroidery una s she sees the stockings on. So i;i our retiring room we Slip into these siockiu::. ve stMcct a pair of little shoos that suit th.mi and t!i n we come forth and exhibit ourselves." Philadelphia Record. 'ii.i M a ml ."We u. As a rule, the lives of women are M closelv related to those of men that they partake very largely of the vicis situdes uf their male m'sociatfH. Noth lug enn be more wretched than the life of women In the slums under the prac tical domination of brutal and drunk en parents, husbands and sons. Talk with persons familiar with the condi tion of women In the poorer neighbor hoods of P.oston, Philadelphia, New York and Chicago, and one is almost tempted to despair of human progress. While we struggle to win for women the largest possible measure of free dom and opportunity, we should never forget that the Interests of the froxes are so Intimately connected that both must rise or fall together. The rights of women and the welfare of men can not be severed. In the long run men ore what wonun help to make them and women are what men permit wo men to become. Philadelphia Ledger. Tlie (lire if I lie llnlr. At night before retiring brush the hnlr carefully and braid It loosely In a number of strands. Avoid wetting the hair too often to make it glossy, as the wetting has a tendency to make the hair coarse. Avoid putting the hair up in kids at night to wave It. They are more harmful than even the much abused curling Iron, as the hair Is twisted utx-ut the kid so tl.'htly that It actually wears It out. and a bald pot Is apt In time to bo the result. There Is a nhampoo Just now much In favor with women of fashion. It is known as the perfume shampoo. It consists of sprinkling the hair with or ris, powder, leaving the fragrant pow der on long enough to collect the dust and oil, and then giving tho hair a rigorous brushing. The orrli sham poo when thus taken Is quite harmless and leaves the hair with Ju$t a sub tle perfume about It Woman'i Home romurtnlon. HERE'S A BARGAIN. Eigiitv acre farm of best Iron County hardwoixl land free from stone, ten acres cleared; well plowed ani seeded to hay. with good frame six room house in first class condition : one frame barn 24x40 feet, two good log stables, one tine chicken house: two good horses, hanesses wagon, sleighs, single buggy and agricultural implements a tine well iM feet deep: never failing water. This farm for sale for less money than the house and personal property is really worth. Ill health of present owners necessitates immediate sale. Here is the best chance ever offered in Iron County. Impure of W.J. Brown. A LESSON IN HEALTH. Healthy kidneys filter the impurities from the blood, and unless t hey do this good health is imj ossil.-le. Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound kidneys and will positively cure all forms of Kidney and hladdei disease. It strengthens t lie whole system. For sale at Cole's Charmacy. i l our Footed Illril. There Is a four footed bird, the Opls thocoinu crista t us, which has such anomalies of structure that It Is Im possible to class It along w ith any oth er family. It Is one of those survivors which tell us of extinct groups of whose past existence we would other wise have remained forever Ignorant. These, the only species of four footed birds. Inhabit the Island of Mara Jo In the lower Amazon. It is only during Infancy that this remarkable feature of these birds Is seen, the two fore feet appearing early in the development of the embryo and continuing perfectly formed for several days after hatch ing, when they are gradually shed. It Is also known as the hoact.lu or evil Kindling bird, the tlesh kadng an un pleasant odor, tr.akl'rg it unp.ilatr.i l" to both m:!i and o:i 1 1: i vo puis uu'm.vh. which Is prob.ibly one cause of its sur vival. IViiple Wlui I l to I'at SI1ith. Tlx' enjoyment of particular klnd.s of foul is. niter all. a matter of custom, kikI the African who revels In while ants Is no More po uli.;r In his tastes than the European who cats cheese mites. A lady whom M. Reaumur km w was accustomed to devour spiders as fast as she could catch them, and a German lady gave It as her opinion that these creatures resembled In taste the most delicious nuts. A fellow coun tryman of this lady was In the habit of regularly hunting spiders In his own and his friends' houses. He used to spread them on broad, Rozol tells us, and vowed that they were far pleas nnter to the palate than buttorv-Coru-hlll Magazine. ( Iillttri ii nnil Irect. Don't let your children make a slave of you. Tiny soon los- their respect for any one who bows down before them. Yon want your growuup sons nnd daughters to reverence you in lat er years, to come to you as a final court of nppeal. Above all, you want their love and trust and friendship. Nothing Is more pitiful than to see the way some grownup children treat their mothers, mothers who have cheer fully given tip everything for them wheu they were little, and the saddest thing of All Is that such mothers luue genirally only themselves to blame for this deplorable state of things. C.na filobe. In fitting on gas globes It Is a com mon error to screw them on to tho gas fixtures as tightly us possible. Thla Is a grave error, for If tho globe has not room to expand It will surely break when the gns Is lighted and the glass becomes hot. Many mjsterlous break ages are due to tuo tight screws. Coraeta Arc Not Alrrr Injorlona. There are Injurious corsets and sensi ble ones. Those that drag down on tho abdominal organs do great harm. Cor sets may bo worn properly or they may be worn too tight. Anything that con stricts the body is harmful. Ladles Home Journal, ? Vu 'u'Jf iJ 'rui? 7i rftf 9'u vuv" 4l" 9u. u C W"' rfc 3 u First National Bank, OF IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN. A DESIG NATED DEPOSITORY OF THE V CO'. I) ITED STATES GOVERNMENT. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO CRYSTAL FALLS CUSTOM ES Vo- rJ MU.V ; tf "', g'j yyb iv i 40, Mj gVgw o1' ? 7i Il-C V,v" uS fKJ rut s ruS K Lvc 'l'j Vu. 7& b PLATE GLASS 0 ACCIDENT S BOILER s P&yyyyyyyzc&yyz&zxy 0 i ?! COLE'S PK Eh! AC Y. Ik FRANK W. COLE. h V . , (Cf SOCCCOSOSOCOCOCQ C Representing Q 0 Crystal Falls, 8 NORTHWERTERN MU- 8 x k5 TUAL L IFF INSURANRF S 'lhorit No. Q. 0 " . of Mllwrvvikee. IT'S M THE AIR. Everybody knows about S.VV.P. It's success is In the air. It gains fame for Itself with every gallon that's spread on a house. Uniform good quality has given It a popularity greater than any other paint on the market. (W U7U .4- to paint a build- 'i '111'.'. , i- -;' Inside or out- mV!L SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT will do It better and more econom ically than any other It will wear longer, look better ana cover more surface. It's a paint with a reputation found ed on merit. Ask us for color cards. .SOLD BY. RICH AH '"J WEH-SE SANITARY PLUMSING mmm i swanson & co. STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING VENTILATING )'on have the ")t(s" W't- have the Suds, Semf its v ; :.;" (( let is jct i'('(i!tiiife(f. oun WORK ON LACE CURTAINS CANNOT HE EXCELLED. oust ekeepers Ilntr this in Mind. ISHPEMING STEAM LAUNDRY, NEEDHAM BROS., PROP'S. C. T. Hampton & Co. BROKERS. !i: I.KUS I.N Copper Stocks, New York Stocks GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. n)!H!i:.si'oM)i:.vTH i on Hayden Stono & Co., Mt inlt. im o! tin N.-w York Mock I'.x Hums? nti'l of the Itoftton frtock Kxcluini;. W. H. Laldloy & Co., Mcmlier of th Vhkt.t Hoard it Truc!i " PRIVATE WIRES TO Chicago, Boston and New York, NOTICE. I have iH'en HiHKititfl ayt-nt for tlw nal) of lots in the Wak'-ner-Carey Addition with Authority to wll lots At the following j)ric's: Cor ner lots inside lots f 0 dollars. All irHons are warnl from trespass.) Dr. H. H Darling wns nt IronMuun- ins on mis jiror?riy. uasor Aberietaln Jionday. Offices: Temple Building.