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WWW WE HAVE AN TJP TO DATE "'" -' HARNESS SHOP 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M I M I III M ,tH anil are prepared to make all kinds of light and "heavy Harness. : 1 : : A Strictly .Up-to-Dlate Store. ; q llbb "We carry a large line of CANNED OOOS Leaders in Teas, Coffees, Spices andi ' - Extracts. Celebrated Boka Tea. ANDSQUARE BRAND COFFEE. (Put up in one-pound Sealed Packages.) ' A FULL LINE OF- Crockeryv61assv7arefLampsf Etc. Screen Doors and Windows, Hardware, Tinware, Etc. meat;:; MARKET Is always Well supplied With the CHOICEST MEATS. ? TheBaragaStoreOo. In Our Window NOTE the. strikingly handsome styles of ''Queen Quality" Summer Oxfords displayed in our window this week. Note also the moderate prices asked for these really fashionable and pretty shoes. It is not because of price alone that we ask you to try one pair of "Queen Quality." Other shoes there are in plenty at the same price but none'so favored by exacting, well dressed women; none other so popular or so widely worn; none other so genuinely satis fying alike to the eye, the foot and the purse. 'But don't stop at the window. -Not the slightest obligation to buy. $2.50 -:- $3.00 Come in and try on a pair. $3.50. COMMENCEMENT - EXERCISES; V aga High School, Held in the Opera House Thursday v Evening. Thursday evening the, commence ment etercises of Baraga High School were held In the Opera House, when Miss Agnes Theobald, who comprised the class of 1906, re ceived her diploma for efficiency 1 In her school work during the past year The Opera House was filled with; an Interested audience to bear the ! exercises, which were very credit- able to those taking part. ' The stage- was prettily decorated j for the occasion in the class colors, red and white, surmounted by the class niotto, "Rowing, Not Drifting,-' in letters of evergreen, while the main' portion of the house was trimmed with wreaths and garlands of green, with a large American flag in the background, giving it all a very pretty appearance. The evening's program opened with a piano solo by Miss May Crebassa, and ber rendition of tbe selection was indeed pleasing, as were the two solos by' John A. Cochran, especially' so, the solo with Violin obligato, which merited a hearty applause, ' - and which' he pleasingly responded to encore. The essay, "America's Progress," was delivered by Miss Agnes Ml Theobald, in which she reviewed the history of our nation from its earl iest times, and Is in part as follows: "The effective discovery of .America was a gradual process made possible by the first westward toy- age of Columbus in 1432. Upon bis return France England, Germany and other countries sent put explor ers. As a result the first perma nsnt settlement was established at persecuted religious ones of foreign countries. Progress was rapid until 1775, wben England imposed such unjust taxes that the colonies began to prepare for war. t On July 4th, 1776 the' Declaration of Independence was adopted, and in 1789 a new gov ernment went into operation. A move farther to be west was then instituted which resulted in the opening of a greater area," and the next great expansion of territor ial area was in the Louisana pur chase in 1803. Then came the Gad sen purchase in 1853, and in 1867 the Alaska purchase, and by the treaty of 1808, which closed the war with Spain, United ' States added several islands to its territory, and gives us an ownership from ocean to ocean. During this great accumulation of land, a wonderful advancement -in science and industry was being made, and from the parly invention of the cotton gin in 1793 to the pres ent day the progress of invention has been unparalled. . As the country has grown in size, population and wealth, finer and larger educational institutions have been the outcome, and as a result the nation has been bettered in all lines of commercial and industrial progress, and he who has studied the history of United States must realize the immense efforts which have been put forth ' by the government to accomplish so great an end in America's Progress. " The piano' solo by Miss Helen Theobald,' and the one by Miss Nellie McCabe were rendered with a skill and technique which showed' that the young ladies are artists in this branch ;of musio, and. in each case the performer! were heartily applauded.- ' : ' ,' ' .', .; . Fred C. Bennett's singing pleased the audience' and received un stinted applause, to which , he re sponded io his usual pleasing man ner. '.." '' .;.: . The class address by Principal Jas. Hi Kaye, of Marquette, was a very Interesting one from start to finish, Mr-' Have chose as bis I luAlITY 1 ...J Gohl Bros BARACA, MICH. press upon the minds of the parents I ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ilild that the home was the fundamental' Sunday last in Houghton. basis for good schools, state, busi ness and the church, and without the borne teaching very little could be attalnd in the other branches named. - At the conclusion of the address W. L. Mason, in a few well chosen words, presented the 'diploma. A few musical numbers concluded the exercises. The past year for the school has been a creditable one for both teach ers ana pupils and an win enjoy a well earned rest. local rreMs, Cortielius Cross is visiting friends in Kenton. . Edward Cote, of Houghton, spent Sunday last in Baraga: The Str. H. S. Picandsleft Thurs day for Detroit with'a'cargoof lum ber from the Baraga Ilumber Co's doc,ks. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dahlberg visited friends in Houghton last Sunday, Martin Cosgrove returned Mon day from Crystal Falls, where he was cilled by the death of his son-in-law, the late James Harbour. Additional local news on page four. , Repairing Neatly and -g--Promptly Done. H. Nesbitt H'dware &Furnitnre Co. LIMITED. BARAGA. MICH. Gash Grocery Store. Musi Amalia Berg, Prop., Baraga, Mich. CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CANNED GOODS, FLOUR, FEED, ETC. Fresh Butter and Eggs. ALSO BALED HAY. ' PRICES LOWEST FOR CASH. SALES BARAGA LIYERY AND STABLE. MARTIN COSGKOVE; Prop, Baraga, Mich, First-class rigs, single or double, furnished promptly, day or night, with or without driver. Special attention given to hunting parties, Guides furnished if desired. spent HEAItSE IN CONNECTION. Barn formerly conducted by Mr. Daniel McMillan. MAIN STREET. NEAR DEPOT M Livery Stable I desire to Inform the public that I have opened a LIVERY. AND SALES STABLE in the Hild barn,, opposite the Town Hall, on Ontonogan street, And am prepared to rurnisb r I ItST-CLASS TURN-OUTS, at REASONABLE RATES. Your patronage is solicited, and perfect satisfaction guaranteed. TEFOR DURAND, Baraga Mich. The A7W Mrw The Store of Merit. Usjai-taaii In ,1607. e,ftt. Jblcb theme "Sctenoo and Thought." Io X3&3 celestes were foundsi' by the bis remwss- breodeaTored tp im- tadiesV Hats-fc AT LESS THAN jAk rfW jftr W jAc jAk jAi jAc jAc itti Ac rfk aftc tyi jyt jyft lyfc il tfjft fL tyfi jyt lyc jyt This Miners9 National Bank OF ISHPEMING, MICH. Capital and Su rpl um,$ 1 20,000.00 United States Depository. F. Brtd, PrpRldeot; D. McVkhlp. Vio-Prl-dent; A. B. Miner, Canhlor, O. U. A. AMisUiit tmhler. It is an excellent thing to have money, but it is more excellent to have it in a safe bank. We pay 3 per annum on interest deposits. A. H. MIX IS It, Cashier. jAr Ac At Ac jAc rffc JJ A rfW Ar VW A Ac Subscribe .for 'the Sentine JBe your own Beauty Doctor THERE is but one metho J of ' acquiring and . retaining a beautiful, clear, delicately tinted complexion. The pores of the skin must, first be nd of all im purities, and the circulation gently stimulated to carry nutri tion to all the tiny cells and tissues. v ' Pompeian Massatfe Cream builds np and rounds but the contour of the 'fact and form by cleansing, exercising, and feeding 1 the skin through and through by strengthenintf the muscles. It removes afl wrinkles, black beads, roughness, and irritation, without promoting the growth of hair or causing the skin to shins -imparting a glow of health and beauty that only nature at her best can give. , . fftri0 SO mmd f. OO parmi , tub Real Phahacy, Cash Lie at Liar ket M. KENEFICK, Prop, f resti and Salt Meats Fish and Canoed Goods, Eggs and Butter. Poultry, Etc., all select stock. Also choice, frrsh Celery, Cabbage and Vegetables of all klods. Prices Reasonable. Calland be convinced. Upper. Peninsbla Br'g Co. MARQUETTE MICH. By all Means the Best Beer Brewed. Beer delivered in L'Anse and Bar aga. All orders promptly tilled and attended to. Family orders may be sent through the mail. FRED CLISCII. Agent, - Baraga, Dufuth, South Ohoro V Atlantio Railway. 7" TIME TABLE. In Effect Feb. 4, 1906. Trains Leave Baraga. For Houghton and the , Copper Country. . . 4:15 A.M. For Duluth and the ' West f8:48A.M, For Detroit and points' ' - East tll:32 A. M, For Houghton and the copper country ', also Mass, Rock ' . ' land and Onto- ... ' nagon(z. Sunday). 10:43 A. II, For Chicago via Negsnnee , and. C. A N. W. R'y and for Marquette . V and intermediate points dally 4:42P.lf. For Chicago via Champion , and C. M. St St. P. R'y (solid through train) . . 5:60 P. If. For Honghton and the Copper Country.. ts:10 P.lfi FortJaultSte. Marie, St. Jgnaeeaod all points , - . 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