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1 :.,::u:::v Co:;u:i . I'ciL::::rr.s. rrKi.i-iK; rvi-.nr uivztux at r.TSTAl. VALI.8.IR0N CX)l'NTy.SliCUJUAjJ 'ClAt PAPEfl OF IRON COUNTY CP.VSTAL FALLS TOWNSHIP AND CITY OF CRYSTAL FALLS. II Terms: . C2.0fj per 'year. In advance. SATURDAY, JUNK 14. IV02. V. f r REPUBLICAN bTATE CONVENT'N To trie Republican Electors of tl:e fctute of Michigan: The state convention of the Kepub- limna of Michigan is Hereby called to xneet at the Light Guard armory in the city of Detroit, on the Thursoay, Jnne 2, 100.3, at 10'clock in the fore noon, for the purpose of nominating candidates for state offices, electing a state central committee and a chair man thereof and transacting such other buientsa as may projx?rly come before the convention. In accordance with the resolution of 18?fi and 1000, ever, county will be en titled to one delegate for each five hundred of trie total vote cast therein for governor at the last election in a presidential year (November, 10M) and : 'one additional delegate for every frao V tion amounting to three hundred, each : organ lzed county l?tng entitled to at least two delegates. " 'Under the resolutions of 158, no "delegate will be entitled t3 a seat in ' "the convention who does not rwide in " "the county he proposes to represent Delegates from the noveral conuties in eachcongresHional district are requested to meet n district canon at 9:5i , o'clock a. in. on the day of the state conventioT and select office rs as fol lows, to ixj presented at the state con ,f vention for confirmation: 1 ()ne vice-president. 2 One assistant secretary. ,H One member of the committee on ' '.'credential. " '' 4 One member or the committee on 'permanent organization and on blisinW ' 5 One member, of tlm committee on " 4resrtlntionA.''. . ' , ' 0 Two memlxrs of - the republican state central committor In Compliance with itl resolution "adopted in Detroit. June St. -190. the ' secretary of each-county -convention is nrged to forward to .the -secretary of - the state central committee . at Clare, by the earliest mail after the de : legate1 to the state , convention are ' choFon.r'a certified lUt ofdelegates to ; the convention from his coiuty. . , By grdor of the nublirau state ten- fral committee. , . C . ' , , . . Otrit J. ))iekema, ( v Chairman. ' , 1 "s Dentils' E. Alward. , - ' Secretary. PAINT OFTEN Yon won't 'need to if you use Heath & Mill igan's Mixed Paint. It is very doubtful if there is another brand upon the market that equals it in dur ability. We sell this particular kind be cause we want to give our patrons the great est possible value lor their money. It is simply unsurpassed in every quality that con stitutes a high grade paint. Real cheap ness in paint lies not in the price , alone. J. C. Wilkinson, City Druggist. business Jerry Kenney is now running the engine at the new nhaftt he having taken the place vocated by Ernest Oram. The new ventilator on the big engine house is now completed and with its coat of red paint and blacK finish looks quite nobby. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CON VENTION. : A Republican county convention is r culled to meet ixCtho town ball in the, village of Htatnbttugh at 10:50: a. in. ' on Saturday the aith day of Juno, A: I), for the following purposes. To elect four delogatea to reprent Iron county at the State convention oilM to meet in th'V city of Detroit ""on 'the iXth day cf June. A. IV To td-t four lit legates to represent Iron county at the wv;itrUl'cmvetitiot of tho olst, Senatorial district yet to bf called. " " " To nominate the following comity 0flliX ' . , ' - , ' - ,. One sheri ' ' . nio treasurer, one , r' "' " . uUuruey, One circuit court 'muiuiisfioner, one reginter of deeds. one surveyor and two coron ers. 'Chairman mittev Win.' II. .Tot Republican County Coni- i ( From our fr)itl irtv"iit nt.) fcW.. r."S .."S. rfW?. .x?. uC ..? .r. W fo J t'rvstAl I alls Tuertdav attending the , mt(ting;of til county board. , , John KotU snd John -Egirau did a very creditable job In painting the big " imioke Kta'ck at the mine lint week. T'ho job wa. attempted 'bv two slf '?tl-'d rorfSHioiials from' the city a month ago but they were unable -to fnlf.l tlie 4-onlract . ' ' ' lYed RoU rte.- mining' engineer for , the Oliver company wan. here lat wwlc mrveving the rsit'O frt the 12th b tlio ltth level. . fj The Oliver Base Idl team have at lant wcur'd a pitcher, Joe Miller who pitched for Urn Iron Mountain aggreg ti.n last Sunday. He han accepted a 'NHition'as MachinstVsisfant at th Mansfield Mine. ' . ' The surfae;wipfHaianro of the mine ha I h 1 1 greatly (inpf uvd in loks by the cleaning up and shipping of three mrs of fvr.ip iruii during the pnut , month. ' ' -,... I. luinick 'Dallitior iniald a t.t.HV i'.'e .'.,;)-" his F.doi..n r-that.is a b iiity. The oi l ot.'i wn nirili ai d a'fe -'Jher to ,'an.ieiJ U.-t hi pve; ;;nt AMASA NOTES. Frank Steddick is now the possensor of a horse that he thinks ought to be the priae fo Amasn. If its virtuesare anywhere near as numerons as Frank would have ns believe it is certainly h peach and can go oh, ever so fast Geo. Tromo has started practicing with clay pigeons. Goerge iwivs that it is the early bird that gets the worm and he don't projiOHe to let Dr. Larson or some otner sport irom ine ranaa take any of his breakfast. Win. Bolitho left for Detroit last Friday evening where he was married on the .10th instant to Miss Mabel Morey. An enthusiastic nnmier of youug people accompanied him to the depot and played all kind of pranks on him. The young couple will return to Amasa in a short time and start house keeping. The Diamond Drill extendst to the young peopUt its very best wishes for their future happiness. f The Swedish congregation is figuring on the erection of their church this summer- This work has been on the tapis for a long time and was to hve Ix-en built last year but the plans did not materialize. However, matters are in such shape tnat it is quite certain that tho church will lie put up this year. The work at the Gibson exploration north of the village is being pushed s rapidly as possible. There is a .heavy Hurface burden and efforts have lieeu confined to stand' ; piping. It was rumored today that the ledge h;id leen (truck at a depth of 14 feet. Under Two Flags was produced here at the Finnish hall the other evening by Rose Mayo and her troupe, under the auspiceiLiif the Mystic, Workers. It as nut a brilliant financial success lie causo of the multiplicity or entertain ments that are iioing on here this week. I Conductor Gullory, of the- Ainas) freight run went to Kscanaba the mid dle of the week to be present at the commencement -exerciHen of the Efa naba hchoots, one of his daughters being among the graduates. ' ' Eli Foil ten in and Andrew Berg, two of Amasa's leading citizens have recently purchased- lots and are fiiur-j iug'ou erecting houses in the near futeje. til alj of dJie housen are built in Amasj this year that are in con- i tern la tion thi viiUige will grow im mejndy. - . - J. T. ,(jlibsou thh in the West on business last wfek but is back at work again this jveek. He returned in time for the supervisors' meeting list Tnewlay. ' ' The ! workmen , nt ttie Flewelliig exploration at Red Rock are hnetbjng things these 'days. Anew Utiler" is Udng iustallHl this week. ' The legion gave a very I'lusant dance at their halljast night. I. II Crowe is away on a vacation. Mr Clark, of the Burr Clark Mercantile company went to Milwaukee this week on Jnines.. Th warehouse of 11. F. Christenson iv U,.; uinc: waa;iurnel last week- will 1 ieoin!t as oori a arrangements can 1h tnm for the material and the laMr. W. J. Jiaslev, eiuirnvr tor tie Pick 1 and - Mnt.her people, v;n$ down from JIrul v this' week doing s-.-rie v.a v-y in.-.r at 1 1 lfei;ilo U mine.."-'" - CI. :i v. t tJ C;..:iL,y yerterd'iy rn a visit to fmn-ls in the Wis. town. Ben. Batty r;:,s gone Qainnesec to work for Captain Uz ghes. of the Viviau mine. Frank Thompson has his cream parl or nearly ready for business. It is cretainly a fine addition to his re Btraunt, a cozy, clean and cool place to enjoy a dish of the excellent cream that be handles. Sicerbeck's circus visited Amasa last Saturday and took well. The per formances were attended by large crowds. Dr. and Mrs. McBurney drove to the Falls last Tuesday. E. S. Dickinson was npfroni Norway this week assisting in the surveying work at the Hemlock mine. Percy'Edwards is fitting up a croquet ground for the use of himself and his friends and croquet promises to be a favorite passtime with the young people of the village this summer. . Tne Hemlock people are white washing this week. All of the fences about the property of the company have been painted white. The Ilematit schools suspended work for the year last night with approp-1 riate exercises and the teachers have gone to their homes for a well earned rest. The year's school has been a very successful one and the teachers have been re-hired for another year. Miss Lydia Horder will leave for Milwaukee next Tuesday to legln her summer vacation. Mr. Burr expects his family here soon from Stevens Point, is. where they now reside. They will occupy Mrs Horder house. Lost. A cow last week atiout three years old. white head, dark red, legs white spotted,, Finder please return same to Richaru Williams, near , Ar menia mine, and receive reward. MIGIIICAN RETRENCHES. Orders were received to retrench at the Michigan mine of the Oliver company and all of thee men employed at the property excepting those sink-1 lug shaft andafew that are drifting on i the'npper levels of tho mine have been laid o(T. The significance of the move or the probable duration of the stmt down has not been learned as we have not leen able to see any of the officials , but it is ooonfidently to be hoped that it will not be many days before, orders will tie received to pnt the men at worK again. Th work of loading tne stockpile wss also suspended and ; he crew has returned to the Falls. sv-.:.' li'Ov As en icduc: -.at to move all the goods v;e can fccTcr " " in. 1st we quota you tho follovin prices. Ve don't consider theco 2Icr.3 prcrcnts to you but honest vrcods ct lc3 money than you can pos sibly buy them elsewhere. Iron beds m 1 02.50 to 027.00 Mattresses.;-.. ' $1.85 tO;$l 5.00 Fancy Rockers , . . . $75 Up Cobler Seats. $2.50, 2.lb, $3.50 Couches C4.75 tc $1 8.00 Children's '.Rockers. 35c, 50c, 75c up A $20.00 side board for $13.50 Ve will sell vhat Slclijhs we have at los3 that i value. '1 i 1 V ( a V! 1 ILo A. S. I 1 x Where do you Trade ? ? ? Why don't you buy your Hardware where you can always set them at right prices. The Crystal falls Jtardvara Company, invite your attention to their complete line of Jfarduare Stoves and Ranges General Willing Supplies. Stc.Stc. r - 1 iGtve us A Crvll Let im show you we are RICIIT. IU.em.em. ber Iho PLACE MATT. HURJA; - -: Dealer in: ' GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRESH & SMOKED MEATS, ' CROCKERY GLASSWARE and MINERS' SUPPLIES. CRYSTAL FALLS HARDT7E CO. a. a. WEOB. r.iBr. Crystal Falls, Mich. This is the most Popular expression that is nowadays used. When you accept do you ever question yourself- as to quality. Drink Leisen cS: Ilcncs' Famous Hrands of ALCS AND LAGER and there will be no question to ask. P-re, Sparklinp;, Itivi ffo-atin. Leiseii & Hones. Jacob Bauer, Ajrt. rnrmtn, 17 uu S THE TIME! If you want any Building or re pair! ng done, Call on th eold Reliable Con tractor, AtlDREU 1EL80Q Specifications furnlshod on application J. A. Nummi & Co., LEflDlfJG PHOBBflPHEBS. 1 v.; Our Studio will be Open EVery Day From Now On. We kindly invite the public to visit Our Studi. and see the work turned out by uti Nothing but Up-to-Date Work is Our Motto. 17E PAY CASH FOa ADILITY! ; UlSirKN NCWIC-X MKURY CO., UbMi.r, N. T. i n'V.V'.", pt. T '' ) ','1"' ""