-. ..... ' .
T T ' " 4fVr--s
I7?i fv nn r?
and Outing Parties
will do'well to look over
The Months of July and August
Plaid Dress Goods, regular price 17c,
at this sale, per yd ..... 12c
35c Dress Goods . . .. ...... 23o
50c Dress Flan Dels all colors 3!o
60c Mohairs and Brilliantines, fancy and
plain at 48c
80c Serges ,.. 62o
$1.25 Dress Goods.. .. 98c
$1.75 Dress Goods Id dress patterns, 8 yds
in the piece, at this sale per yd. ... $1.43
$2.00 Dress Goods in Dress patterans,8 yd?
length, at per yard ' $1.69
13c Chambrays. 10c
20o Cbambrays -. 14o
90o Silks in Black and fancy at .... .. . 69o
60c and 55c Silks in fancy and plain colors 32o
60o Silks....... 48c
6o Light Prints. 4o
12c Percales............ go
15c Percales..... 2
6c Lawns, at.. ....... .. '. ...... 3c
8c Lawns, at o
12c Lawns, at.. 10o
20o Lawns, at. 16c
' $1.50 and 1.75 Gowns, for 1.29
2.00 and 2.25 Gowns, for. 1.69
1.50 Muslin Skirts, at...... ... ... ..... 1.28
25c Corset Covers; 6mall sires. 16c
35c Corset Covers, at 23c
50c Covest Covers, at 2 . 38o
65c Covers Covers, at..... ......... 47c
1 A OFF 00 our EBtire
I "T VII Unt Qf Ments
and Boy's Clothing.
E ARE CLOSING
OUT ALL OUR
STOCK AT A BIG-
REDUCTION AS WE
MUST HAVE ROOM
FOR OUR NEW
FALL STOCK -:-
2000 yds of apron gingham
regular price 6c, now... . 3c
8c Ginghams, at. .... . 6c
10c Fancy Ginghams, at.. . . ., 7Jc
12c Fancy Ginghams, at, 9c
15c and 14c Ginghams, at 11c
lie Dress Goods, at this sale ......... .'f. .. . 8c
14c Dress Goods, at this sale. ........... 10c
20o Dress Goods, at this sale...... ... .... 14o
25c Wash Goods, at this sale 18o
35c Poplinettes and Soiesettes, this sale... 22c
65c Jacqward Cheffons, at this sale ........ 48c
35c Ladies' Ribbed Underwear, at...... 25o
25c Ladies' Underwear, at 19o
20c Ladies' Sleeveless Vests. 15c
15c Ladies' Sleeveless Vests... lOo
10c Sleeveless Undervests ... , 6o
35c Children 8 Underwear. 23c
$1.00 Ladies Wrappers.... ... ........ 86c
1.50 Ladies' Wrappers ........ $1.19
1.65 Ladies' Dressing Sacque and Skirt 1.28
1.50 Black Sateen Wrappers, at 1.19
35c Damask, bleached, at this sale.
65c Table Linen
All Linen Table Cloth, regular 95s, at.
$1.25 Table Linen ....
35c Turkey Red Table Cloth, at
60o and 65c Turkey Red Table Cloth .
10c Toweling, unbleached, at
12c Toweling, at...
15c Toweling, at....... . ,
22c Turkish Toweling, at
our extensive line of
Everything! that goes to
make the tripIanCenioy
able one. ! Everything
that'is needed for alquick
an d .wholesome lunch.
HOSIERY. CARPETS. SHOES. SHOES.
Ladies' 10c Hose, at...... .... 8c 35c Carpets ......23c Ladies' $1.25 Slippers...... 98c. $1.75 Slippers. .1.48'
tTwIT at 14c 40cCarpets. 31c $2.00 Slippers ....1.68. 2.50 Slippers 1.98,
Lad.es 20c Hose, at .... ljc Cart8 38(J. Ladies' $1.50 Shoes 1.29. 3.50 Shoes ..... 3.12
Ladies 50c Hose, at 4ic 75c Wool Carpets 62c Children's 1.25 duck slip'r 98c. 1.75 Tan Shoes 1.47 1
Children's 25c Lace Hose ...... 19o 80c Carpet. 69c Men's $3.50 and 4.00 Tan Douglas shoes.. 2.48(
Gent's Furnishings, This Sale commenced July 25th, and will continue for TEN DAYS1
Men's Dress and Fancy Shirts ranging $1.25 to 75c, now 98-47c 0NLY All sales are for CASH. . , . ,i
35c Balbrigan Under wear.... 23o. 75c Shirts with collar 48c 1 M A T F V ryt rj
Men's4.75Cuff Pants at.... 3.48. 4.00 Outing Pants . 2.98 H Jt M JC V 1 1 J. Tl
3.50Cloth top Shoes at .... 1.89. 3.50 Douglas Oxrords 2.98 . ,nwei; . w 9t
4 00 Oxfords; at ... 3.19. Men's Work Shirts. . .. 39c L'AINSE MICH. '
NOW IS THE
TIME FOR ::
Hot Mer Goods.
Do not fail to see our new effects in Ladies' White 'Shirt
waists. Embroideries.all new crisp and lovely, just 'the
kind for stylish waists and handsome corset covers. Ladies'
white lisle thread hose, also embroidered hose, fine in
quality. White linens for suits, also complete line of
white India linens, Persian lawns and mulls for those
pretty white dresses that are all the rage, at
o-cxxxkkox J. B. SMITH'S STORE, - L'ANSE.
L'Anse Township Board Proceedings
At a regular meeting of the town
ship board held in the clerk's office,
In the Town Hall, Thursday, July
26th, A. D. 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
there were present Supervisor
Frank W. Foote, Justices of the
Peace Harvey Selden, and C. D.
Shea and Clerk Andrew Johnson.
Minutes of meetings of June 28jb
and July 2nd, read and approved.
On motion of Selden, supported by
Shea, the following bills were
G. C. Jackman, 1 bd meeting
Harvey Selden, 2 bd meeting
C. D. Shea, 1 " "
J. Domer, posting fire notices
C. D. Shea, village clerk, 2d I
water rates.. . ..
Aves:-Foote. Selden, Shea
On motion' of Selden, supported
by Shea, the following highway
orders were allowed.
032 E. Cote, blades for grader $13.oo
933 Jos. Picard. 1 day labor.. 1 75
934 John Blaker, 11 " " .,
935 M. Novak, & " "... ..
936 Geo. Selden, 1 day team . .
937 Geo. Selden, 3 " '..
938 Gus. Crebassa, 7 day labor 12 25
939 Joe White, 4 " 7 oo
940 Geo. Selden, 4 days learn 19 oo
941 J.B.Belanger, 5 days labor 8 7
942 Chas. Shaw, 9 " " 15 75
943 Geo. Johnson.5 " " 8 75
944 M. Creedon, 11 " " 19 25
943 W.Magnant, 2 " . " 3 5o
946 G. Johnston, 2 " " 3 6o
947 M. Novak, & " 'V 8 75
948 E. Cote, 22 days team; 22
days com.; freight on road
machine blades. 133 oo
949 D. Connor, 16 days labor28 87
950 John Boyer, 5 days labor 8 T5
951 Louis Pine, 2 " 3 5o
952 Herman Keranan, building
bridges at Herman ........ loo oo
953 R. Lindahl, cutting trees 3 'oo
Ayes.-Foote, Selden, Shea aad
Johnson. Nays:-none. '
On motion of Selden, supported
by Shea, that the motion allowing
$200 to Nels Majahacna, at a meet
ing held May 31st, 1906, be rectnded.
Ayes:-Foote, Selden, Shea and
On motion of Foote, supported by
Sel Jen, the clerk be instructed to
collect the key to Town Hall and
also docket and all papers belonging
to the township from G.C. Jackman.
Ayes:-Foote, Selden, Shea and
On motion of Shea, supported by
Selden, the monthly report of the
township clerk and highway com
missioner be accepted and placed on
On motion and support the meet
. Andbew JonNON,
Board of Heai'lh Proceedings.
At a special meeting of the board
of health of the township of L'Anse,
held in the clerk's office in the Town
Hall, Thursday, July 26th, 1906,
there were present President Frank
W. Foote, Justioes of the Peace
Harvey Selden and C. D. Shea, and
Clerk Andrew Johnson.
Minutes of the meeting of April
26 tb, 1906, were read and approved.
On motion of Selden, supported
by Shea, the bill of Dr. John O.
Zellen for two visits, Investigating,
quarantining and fumigating small
pox case of Paul Frank, June 30th,
1906, amounting to $25 be allowed.
We have just received a large shipment of high-grade Semi-viterous
decorated Porcelain Ware, which we are going to give to our cus
tomers FREE. Our plan to enable you to secure a Dinner Set free is
through a coupon system, which accompaniesevery cash purchase.
Come In and Let Us Explain.
' L'Anse, Mich.
Allktn3s of Fresh and Cure'd
Meats, Fresh Butter, Eggs,
Vegetables, Fruits, etc. Also
choice line of Canned Goods.
o. p. blankenhorn;;
Ayes:- Foote, Selden, Shea and
On motion and support the board
Andrew Johnsox, Clerk.
Sunday Excursion Fares to Houghton.
Commencing Sunday, June 17th,
1906, the following round trip rates
will be in effect from the under
mentioned points to Houghton and
L'Anse. , 75c
Keweenaw Bay . . 75o
Children 5 years of age and under
twelve half fare.
Tickets are to be sold for train No
3,and are good for return until train
No. 16 of date of issue. 6 16-tf
J. 0. v Zellen, M. D ,
L'ANSE sod BARAGA.
L'Anse Office in Drug Store.
BartRt Office at Jerri's Pharmacy.
Office Boars ttfitraft, 10 a.m. to 12 m.
tSTTelephonecallt Promptly Answered
uav or aunt.
L'ANSE LODGE, NO. 445
I. O. O. F., L,'Ante,Mich.
Reg-nlar meetings cacb
Saturday eTeoinr at 8
o'clock. atSelfertra Hall
Aiitla tr brothers art cordially welcome.
Secretary N. O
The D., S. S. & A. Ry.. have in
effect very low excursion rates to
Albany and return $29.5o
Montreal ; ... 29.5o
Toronto " 25.5o
Boston " 31.oo
Halifax - " 60.80
Quebeo " 32.5o
Proportionately low rates to in
termediate points. Tickets good
for return passage until Sept. 30th,
1906. For full particulars call on
nearest D., S. S. & A. Ry. agent, or I
write -:- . .
Gen. . Passeocer Agent
6-23-t5. , N DULTJTH, MINN.
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ON EAST TERMS
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AT LOW PRICES.
FADS M TEE UFFE3 FEuSUli
IS PROFITABLE! IT IS NOT AN EX
PERIMENT NOW; IT HAS BEEN
PROVED AN UNQUALIFIED 8UC
CESS, TRT IT. . : . !-
SEID FOR CIRCULAR.
B W. MaePHBRRANi
Land CommlMlonar D.8.S.4 R'T.,
Dillutti, SoUtti Shore i fit
1 antle Railway.
In Effect Feb. 4, 190G.
Trains Leave L'Anse.
For Houghton and the
Copper Country... 4:00 A.M.
For Duluth and the
West .f 9:00 A.M.
For Detroit and points
East tH:44 A. M.
For Houghton tod the
Ontonosran, etc. (ex
cept Sunday) 10:33 A.M.
ForChlcago via Nefcaunee
and C. A . W. R'y,
and for Marquette
noints dailv . . 4:RR P.M.
For Chtcaao via Champion
and CM. A St. P. R'y
(solid through train). 6 :00 P.M.
For HouRhtoH and the
Copper Country... to:MP.M.
For8aultSte. Marie, St.
Iffnace and all points
East, also for points
on the Qoarebic range,
- Dnloth, Weat Super
ior and all points
(Dally. fDallyeicept Sunday.)
baenire will b
ehrkd fr oa vaeh foil ticket and 7 ponnda on
IMPORTANT 160 ponnl
v. 1 allow
ance will b charged for la accordance with pnb-
Alw.. n.tV ... ..J .
HM . .Mil M.k. . A .k . . 1. m .
check, wblck will aid Identification and recovery
Fortleketa. time tables and otharin
formation apply tc
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