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MOIUAKTY A CONUN .'ll'UME rrni.jHMk;i Kvmv trnt at KYKlALKAl.l.K.IHONrorNrV.MiniWAS O-FICIAL PAPER OF IRON COUNTY, CRYSTAL FALLS TOWNSHIP AND CITY OF CRYSTAL FALLS. T.-rni. Vr year, In advance. .T1T15IMY, NOVKMIiKU j , I.ti2. hEPUBUCAS STATE TICKET J 1 t Tor Governor- ' V AliOS T. 15L1SS. of SKinw. I r Lienteuant fiovernor--. LEX. MAITLANL). of Nann. 1 r Secretary f State FRED M. WAUKEH. of Farmin.n F.-r State Treasurer. ' I AN1 EL McCOY. of Grand Kapidn. F t Auditor General - PEKKY F. POWEKS. of Cadillac I "r Commissioner of State Land Oflice EDWIN A. WILDEY. of Paw Paw. ' I r Attorney General (.HAS. A. HLAIK. of .Tii.Kson. 1 r Sui'-rintendentPuMie Instruction. OFLOS FALL, of Alld-n. i . MemU-i'H State 1'oarU of E-lmation r-ATHH'K II. KELLEY, of Detroit. " LUTHEH L WRIGHT, of Iromvood C XCRtSSlONAL TICKET. S&a'p Gautloe It )8 needle, prhap. 'to tac tion ropl apiinst iminK im pure toilet aul ath noni. No one uses harmful ap willingly, but many nt-e the mi wittingly. Yon are most apt to Kt ricnt'noaps at a reliable drutf ntore for in ft am you never in your life aw a l-it of lien nine catdil noap Hold any where but at drn stores. We are oniethin of crank in thin matter of purity, aud guarantee the o,ualty of every h ,Kp we k11. Clone priren yon are also sure of. h rmblic mind tfore tha end is reach,-!. This is characteristic of the President. He wants a job finished when once started, while it is fresh in mind and the- de'aiU understood. J. C. Wilkinson, City I3ru'riit. "Shades of Glory." Whafll we hear next? Now it in Riven out that the Spanish venel, heretofore sup posed to have been sunk by the cannons of Adimiral Dewey's fleet, were, really punk by the Spaniards themelve who M-nttled their vecsels rather than have them fall into the hands of the Ameri cans. The vessels are oeniK m j and ti true facts of the "hurts" that j these vemels received at the hands of the "men behind toe vm" on the deck of Admiral Dewey's fleet will soon U known. A diver who was nent below to examine the hulks has made a report that only S?9 hits were made on the Spanish ships by the American cannoniers. lint, whether the ihips were sunk by cannon balls or by the oienin .f the ship' vilves. the fact remains that they were sunk because their com manders were overpowered by the American commander and no hair spitting arguments over the "per cent of harmful hits" will in the minds (if the American people nr in the nix troy i.f the country, fob Admiral Dewey and the men that were witn him of the .ri,.r5wj f.r Hie virtorv of Mav 1st ls,.'i. aa eminent phyiiciau for quit a while without relief, my wire recommenae Chamb-railn's Pain Balin, and afU-r nsln two bottled of it he is almoa 1 entirely cured. -Geo. K. McDonald, Man. Logan county, W. Va. Several ! other very remarkalbe cures of partial ' paralysi have been effected by the nse j of this liniment. It is most widely known, however, as a cure for rheum atism, sprains aud bruises. Sold by Cole's Pharmacy. Von have the "Duds" II V have the Stats, Sent ns your work aud let us get acquainted OUR WORK ON LACE CURTAINS CANNOT BE EXCELLED. onseeheecrs Hear this in Mind. F r CoiireM H. OLIN YOUNG. LtC.lSLAllVE TICKET l-SMiator Thirty-Fir District- M. H. MOIUAKTY. Fi r Representative CHARLES H. DROWN. COUNTY TICKET p,.-; Sheriff - TERM AN HOLMES. I C-erk. ;tHN WALL, p. i Treasurer . ;)HN E. McGILLlS. For Prossecutim; AtN-rney- HARLES H. WATSON. 1 . Register of Deeds - j LEX. D. ROdEI'.S. F 0roner K. DAVISON, p N. M1NCKLER. with many p-'.pl wiio liave known him foi a n'reat many years and all unite in saying that he is a man of excellent judgement and that they are not afraid to put nim up in matters re'iniring sound judyement with any man in the district. Mr. Drown nrtke no pretentions of being a scholarly man. He is a fellow who has won his way from the common people, naving for many years earned his living by manual labor in the woods of Ontonagon county. He is a: present the owner of a couple ..r aI on? in Ontnm;g n county, which is the argument that his opponents are put ting forth against him Iml he is not a man given to drink and attends strictly to his business. In Greenland he is well thought of and its foremost cit izen. U-ing chief of the fire department and a leader in all public matters. .The Diamond Drill is a Republican paper from the core and believes in i v i 1 1 r any candidate that honestly wins: the nomination in a Republican convention its unqualified support and in this cn-e there are no attenuating cireivis ances that should swerve it. or any Republican, from supporting and voting for Mr Drown and in this t-a-H it feels that it is doing what is for the best interests of the district in advocating his election. SHPEMWG STEAM LAUNDRY, KEEDHAM BROS., PROP'S. We wish to call your Attention to our Special Sale On Iron and Wood Bed Springs an Matrcsscs We must have the room in which to y show Winter Stock and will close out ' our warehouse stock at Greatly Reduc ed Pricees. A largo lino of PILLOWS, QUILTS and BLANKETS that must be moved at once. ' L. A. HENRY. A vote for H. O. Young means a vote for the. upholding of the President and wh-re is there a man in Iron coiintv today that is not tilled with admiration for President Rosevelt. Mr. Young is one of the abiet iii"U that ha. ever stool for a candidacy for congressman from the l-th district of Mich, and it is earnestly to be hopeu that the jeople of Irn county will show their appreciation of a good man by giving him a rousing old vote at the election oj next Tuesday. t o ' tV r:'.' P". I "' r tl e .: T iv ft 1 i: p'. n c" ! "i n.-, n-. rci H:r. va'. fill; ret' ansas does sMine things worth ad ng. While Michigan has had its rimr sales every few yenrs to wip Udinquent fax-s on lands theore- Iv forfeited to the state tor non ment. by which means shrewd, if scrupulous, owners have escajwd greater part of their land taxes, x-as puts the theory into practice tax, after a peri-l during whicl alidity is open to contest, bceomes indeft nxille li'ti upon tr.o proprety avor of the county in which it is itd. The count coinmissiot)-rs inthorized to tring suit for fore- ire of the lien. and, upon judgment ered. to sell the projrty at, public ion and convey to the purc haser ;.bsolutH title in fee simple. Sev ! counties have p.it the law in force e the supreme court held it a J use of legislative xver. and are i ig their treasuries with the pro- of sales. -Soo-News Record. V. C J: o:i fr.v Ct : H 1 to bv ' il:. V ' h v U tl tf 'v. While in Minnesota hi-t summer, we fjiet J. Adam Rede, the Republican candidate tor congress from the district of which Du luth is a part. During the conversation he informed us that Henry W. Harte formerly of Crystal Fads, is one of his chief supporter and that, all of the friends lie had working for him. none did him more down right good than Mr. Hart", his work for the candidate b.-ing such as brought results. Crystal Falls people will U pleased to learn that Mr. Harte's expectionaly political ability is recognized in ins new home and it may not be amiss to say here that it is going to be rewarded for they are U-tting at all kinds of odds jn Duluth that Mr. Rede will he ele- tvd by a handsome majority. ilfl. MILLER Practical Painter, Paper Hanger, Calcimer, Sign Writing, Etc. Specialty in Wall Taper Samples of the Leading Wall Paper Houses. l$hat do you Wantl The United States Meel Corporation is now making a canvass of the var ious steel-consuming concerns of country with' a view to ascertaining what their needs will to during the next half year. There if a two-fold purpose. The corporation desires to learn whether there must le expansion or contriction in production to meet demands, and also to determine how there can be the better distribution of products to meet the pressing needs tt' big consumers. This will take in the question of transportion. This step marks the adoption of a new -policy by the t rust, which is in tended to result in the systematizing of the business of steelmaking more exactly than it has been done heretofore. .ery voter of Iron county .should ider it ft pleasure to go to the polls lection day and cast a vote in r of the election of one of the .ty's most illustrious citizens, the . M. II. Moriarity. Mr. Molarity e Republican candidate for senator he state legislature. His election i big majority, will ! an honor credit to the county, auo every , xhould fake a just pride in help- o make his majority as large as , ible. As a sen ant of the people can U depended on to do his full . His record ns a public official dways been gol, and we h;ivc . reason to 1-elieve that as a state , lator he will continue to Jook after nttrest of his constituents in an int and thoiou-hly loyal manner. fur the genial Mi Ice and y..u will no niialf. - Rcpmtcr. The action of President R.wr in re fusing to sell coal to retail dealers who insist on boohting the price above the reasonable, will meet with the hearty approval of every fair minded person. Thousands of unscrupulous dealers had prepared to lxost the price and maintain it at an abnormal figure, throwing the blame noon the coal mine operators, but Mr. Raer hand somely c heckmated their w heme. This is otdy one of tin many in stances wherein the blame for the rob- Imtv of the publ'c in laid at the door of the large producers wherein it rightfully belongs to the avdricious retailer who finds in the animosity of .1... . ..Y . t ... I .j T'lir.t ft iiifi. rna ik handy screen to hide his dishonesty Ixdiind. f ail s H. I'l o'.vn, of (if . hl.md. t, idate f. v 1. ii. -'h'i.ti-.e f " th b t w;is in li e 'ity "n V.'. due !.o an ri.ui,day - Itirg t ''vi;h tl,.. j,l.. of co-mtv. Mi Pao.-. n tvr. V.ominate.l t Kei-f- ' 13 r - t o v.-.r-uW u I; -t S ru.rf and Nv,-i ,,. ,.1,-et.d o-.. r l.:. D- ' i j-,,f. I V a 1(1. " I.!'-'''."- 'j i .m".!. r I I 1 " ' M "i. wv v .'.-d Me c, i. :i." Kt. . ). ; h i.i',.:- i I iri UiV,i M. H. Moriarity, Republican can didate for state senator from this ditrsict, was in the city Monday night, and attended the rally of the Republi cans. He I -ft for Marqnetf" Tuesday morning. Mr. Moriarity is the editor or the Diamond Drill of Crystal Falls an 1 is oi f the not popular men i;i the di-'iirt. At the Mii.ttoiiil 1 coiiwntion held in t.'ii. ity a f"'v weuks a : h" w a t nioiuifc "t ! choice of ! I :'..! l'f s nf. I Peli:siil I K-Cord. Tl " !'' -id-oif h.'- ' ! i 1 " i: pi :'ti .. t, . I .Mtl.i." if.. Cm tl St.- il;.' Cori I . .'on, n;;.. i- .' !! il e o ! - !!,' 'ol', j '.r,i.-d fo!-ii tie- i) i ,: , i :c i ! .v u f i . mil'"!- I ojci .-rs ". ill ii" Uiio v i ' . ! it ii" ;,,! . .( . ,. v ij.-t.-t i. 'II !' !la' j. , -? .,,! a; on v. hi h ti.ey i.re f .ril-.. T I :' i i ' ! no l 'ts-; dta ,. n ..nt tin pi!- it'p'U that will Wear itdf .nt in FELLOWS AND MORIARITY. The Honorable Orant Fellows maoe many friends during his short stay and address in the city last Monday evening. He a is forcible and forensb jrator, the kind that leaves something more than a mere sense of being en tertained : h" h; s v 1 i t'y g'v n - r ions thought to the problems confront ing the people of the United States. Villitication was no part f his argument: he approaches his auditor on the rheorv that the matter and the occasion nre serious, that it is not the proper time for wordy acrobatic feats on the high wire strung just over the footlights. The Honorable M. H. Moriarity of Crystal Falls was hero to visit with M r. Fellows. A pretty good story is told on the two gentlemen who w re raised together and studied law to gether at Hudson, Michigan the pre sent home of Mr. l ellows. When they were loth very voting men they were called on to fane an active part in a Republican rally at a crossroads village near Hudson. Doth prepared Haltorati' and convincing arguments to show that the pride of ancestry and the potential hoi of the Nation lay in continuing the Republican party in power. Orant Fellows had a limited experince as a speaker while Mr Moriarity had never addres-d a publh gathering. It was arranged with the chairman of the meeting to iutrixluce young Fellows lirst, Moriarity to follow The chairman. however, became oanic stricken and introduced 'Moriarity first to the hitter's complete undoing, for ho forgot all about the glorious achievcjii'-nts of the (i. (). 1' and was compell, d to fall back on hi manuscript. The climax ame when someone in the audience proposed three cheers for the speakers. Tii speakers supposid that the call wa for three t heurs for the Republican party, and the -friiin und. r which tle-y wre laboring w;n broken when 1) ih Fellows .Hid M .i iai ity found tl.- hi.,1! o! .-fa, I- in t!,e ioo,u M!,c Itom tl.i, pef.-J, wt" I ,t in t!.e P, If. IT-; i e I I;)' 1 -i ! . . '!,., ' - !' !! 'V o,.l ; i ! i.:r i ! v a 1 1 j 1 -' n :. in p ! ' v -'. . ate' i . . ; t! i . p..:d' r it! ir ! . i . i " ' 1 1 ' r . 'Pell l.'eco- t. Aiivthini; in the Hardware Line? II so ours is the place oii are looking for. We inxitc your inspeeticdi of our complete line of 0 i R Jiarduare Jpecials. Axes and Savts jjj Also a complete line of Wood and Coal 0 to jtoves and Hangesi M M A K r,-tTofnl l?oll l.IoivluTH-A PA AT MUpidi ran uaunvaiL ju. M MOW IS THE riME! If you want any Building or re pairing done, Call on th eold Reliable Contractor, ANDREW NELSON Specifications furnished on application Business Chances In it,- M. -t Attr.tctU- ' -oot ry f.-r Hi- w., i, i. . 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