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We carry a large line of . CANNED GOODS Leaders in Teas, Coffees, Spices and! Extracts. Celebrated Boka Tea, ANDSQUARE BRAND COFFEE. (Put up io one-pound Sealed Packages.) 411 -A FULL CrockerytQlassT7are,Lampsf Etc. Screen Doors and Windows, ........Hardware, Tinware, Etc. iMEAT::: MARKET Is always Well supplied With the CHOICEST MEATS. o : : : o t The Baraga Store Co. FARihERS' INSTITUTE. To Be Held in Baraga Tuesday, Nov ember 13th. Every Farmer In the County Should Attend the Meeting. Simon Denomie, secretary of the Baraga County Farmers' Iustitute : Society, has received word from L. R. Taft, Agricultural College State Superintendent Farmers' Institutes that the Baraga County Farmers' Institute this year will be held, in the Town Hall, in Baraga, Tuesday, November 13th. The meeting this year will be for one day, and it is hoped- that every, farmer in the county will make it a point to at tend. Hoken Lundin, of Baraga, who has taken great interest in the institutes in the past, is president of the society, and is doing every thing possible to make the meeting this year a great success. N. P. Hull, of Dimondale. will conduct the meeting. Following is the program which has been prepared: . t - FORINOON. 9:45 Introductory Remarks by Hokeo Lundin, President County Institute Society. . 10:00 The Soil the Farmer's .Bank',. .. ..H.P.Hull. 10:4ft 11:00 11:30 11:45 Discussion. Address by local speaker. Discussion. Business Meeting and Elec- tlon of Officers. AFTERNOON.' 1:00 Question Box, in charge of II. Lundin. Music. V . ' luJO Live Stock on the Farm , N.P.Hull 2:15 Discussion. Music 2:45 Address by local speaker. 3:15 Discussion. ' 31ostnjf Remarks by N.P. Hall. ' V. ; local nraT NixiTucsSay nlgbt, Oct. list, will Hallowe'en. LINE OF- o o o : o o o : o o : William Hugo was at Houghton Wednesday. Joseph Courtney, of Marquette, was a Baraga visitor this week. William Cochran is confined to his home by illness- . Dr. R. S. Buckland lost a valuable driving horse Thursday. Albert Grabower, of Marquette, visited friends in Baraga the first of the week. P. Roberts, of Huron Bay, was a business visitor in iiaraga mis week. Oscar Colberg had bis right hand cut quite badly while at work in Nesters' mill Friday morning. Miss Grace Murphy, who has been visiting friends in the copper country, returned home the first of the week. The steamer Pickand and tow barge Nelson Bloom, cleared Friday for Toledo, Ohio, with cargoes of lumber from the Nester docks. The Baraga Lumber Company's mill started up again Monday morn ing, after being closed down for a number of days, owing to lack oflogs. Saranel Rajala, employed in the Nester saw mill, had the misfortune to cut his right foot quite badly Monday afternoon, wbile using an Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. John F. Nester, who sailed two weeks ago for Ireland, that they had reached their desti nation safely. Mr. Nester is rapid ly recoyering from his recent illness The tow barges George Nester and Mar N. Bourke will clear the first of next week with cargoes of lumber from the Nester docks. The first named boat will go to Cleve land, O., and the latter to Buffalo, N. Y. The following is taken from the vecett. (Wash..) Tribune of the 20th lost. "Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stark, of Baraga, Mich., who are on their way to San Francisco on their wedding trip, stopped off in Everett where the will visit for a few days with Mrs, Stark's brother. N. L, Crebassa." Charles E. Cameron Is at Calumet for a few days. Miss Clara Real visited friends in Marquette this week. W. C. Davis, of Milwaukee, was a Baraga visitor Tuesday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Get zen, Tuesday, a daughter. The tug boat Vigilant has gone into quarters for winter. The steamer Schoolcraft arrived in this port Friday. Some needed repairs were made on the South Shore depot this week. The members' of ' the . Ideal orchestra ' will give a dance in Grandville Hall, Friday evening next," November 2d. All are cordially-invited. ' PLEASING ENTERTAINMENT. Given By the Children of the Sunday School, For the Benefit of St. Ann's Church. A very pleasing entertainment was given in the Town Hall, Wed nesday evening by the Sunday School children of St. Ann'a church, and notwithstanding the disagree able weather, the hall was filled to its utmost capacity. The children rendered their respective numbers on the program in an able and pleas ing manner, which brought forth hearty applause. . In fact the enter tainment was so well received, that by request. It has been decided to repeat it Monday evening next, Oct. 29th. Following is the program: 1. Greeting Glee . . ...Boy's Chorus 2. Bouquet of Daisies . .Twelve Girls 3. Trixie Son. 4. Violin Solo, Master Thos. Nester 5. Stay in Your Back Yard. 6. Tableau, Three Japanese Maids 7. Lullaby Song. 8. TbeThree Calls. 9. Recitatton. 10. Tamborine Drill. 11. Mack's Game Song. 12. Tableau, "Faith, Hope, Charity. BOXING CONTEST. Ring Contests Are Waking Up All Over the Country. Baraga Prom ised a Good One Thursday November 1st. As the last echoes of the base ball upheaval die away the boxing game, practically smothered for quite a period, is waking up and shows signs of hearty life and renewed vigor. ' The first of a series which are to take place in Baraga, is a lively ten round bout between Billy Roache, of Boston, and Edward Willett, of Baraga, in the Opera House, Thursday evening, Nov. 1st. Both principals have been win- ng nara Dailies inrougnoui me copper country and elsewhere dur- ng the past few months, and as both are tn excellent condition, a iiveiy contest is assured. Billy Roache knocked out Ole Nelson, at Houghton, Thursday of last week, in a contest in the Amphidrome, in the fourth round. On the. same night Willett won a battle from Jimmy Duggan in the seventh round. The management has arranged that the performance will begin promptly at 8:30 o'clock, with two clever preliminaries, and as the price of admission has been placed at 50c. and $1. it is expected that all who are admirers of the sport will be present, and are assured that they will be given their money s worth from start to finish. For Sale. One heavy draft horse, young and sound. Two sets logging sleighs. One tote sleigh. One set good double harness. One Jersey cow. One Jersey beifer. One 2-year-old beifer. One' Northern Queen camp cook stove. One blacksmith outfit. A. L. ClDDtHOS, P. O. Box 64.. Baraga, Mich. 10-27-.2. For . Sale. One good draft horse for sale at reasonable price. For further par ttculars call on or address, " ' William Wosxm, 10-20-12. Baraga, Mich. ASSIN1NS MEWS. CorreaooDttonc. S, Denomie was at L'Anse Thurs day. G. II. McDonald, of Milwaukee, made a business visit here Thursday John Loonsfoot left Thursday on a land looking trip for the Nester Estate. Rev. Fr. - Ganier, of Sault Ste. Marie, called on friends here la)t week. Mr. anJ Mrs. Geo. Fountain, of Pequaming. yisited relatives here Tuesday. For Sale. I offer for sale my farm, located six miles west of Baraga, containing 240 acres of land. About 25 acres cleared and under cultivation. Bal ance of land well timbered with hemlock and some hardwood. Build ings are good; also good well. Will be sold ut reasonable figure. I also oner for sale my grist mill and saw mill; both are doing a good busi ness. For further information cal on or address C. Peterson, 10-13-t 4. Baraga, Mich., box 192! Taken Up. Came into the euclosure of the undersigned, who resides one-half mile south of Keweenaw Bay, one black calf. Owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take animal away. . Prosper LaBaroe, 10-13-t4. Keweenaw Bay, Mich i Change of -Dale. , WWW WWWW Dr.SMdon MANAQEROF THE NATIONAL DENTAL PARLORS, CALUMET WILL BE IN BARAGV, Monday, Oct. 29th AND IN L'ANSE, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oot. 30th and 31st PEOUMIIHG. Thursday-Friday, I wwwwwwwwwwwww WWW FOR SALE. Twenty Two lleary Horses Two Snow Plows. Twenty Logting Sleighs. Twenty Sets Double Harness, One Raymond Los; Loader, , Cant-Hooka, PmvIm, LofgtBg Chain, Oatap Blanket, Camp Ontflt. Can b cn atMlcklfajan. ' PRICES RIGHT, F. W. Read & Co., MARQUETTE, . MIC1I. fff ffffffffffffffff ffff fff iiiiEi 5 i p'' i WWWWWWW WWWWWWWW WrwWW Jr. !.B::j.tMLmit3lMJM:.i,KttM Hunters We have a large and Supplies. - ' A Complete Line of Stoves ani Ranges... We make harness. H IMPAIRING NEATLY ! H; Nesbitt Hardware & Furniture Co., I ' !( v v- tt t a 6 fc'llMttllSl.falilW Cash Grocery Store. v -Mrs. 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. BARAGA LIVERY AND SALES STABLE, , MARTIN COSGROVE, Prop, Baraqa. Mich. First-class rigs, single or double, furnished promptly, day or night, with or without driver. Special attention giyen to hunting parties, Guides furnished if desired. 11 EA US II IN CONNECTION. Barn formerly conducted by Mr. Daniel MAIN STREET, NEAR DEPOT AA AAA Arfk A VW A A The Miners National Bank OF ISHPEMINQ, MICH. Capital and 8urplus,$ 120.UOO.00 United States Depository. F. Braastad, Presldnnt; D. McVlchio, Vlce-Prel- dent; A. B. minKr, .iiht, j. u. aui Aislatant ta.hler. .-Tt. U an excellent thinff to have money, but it is more excellent to have it in a safe bank. We pay 3 per annum on Interest deposits. A. B. MINER, Cashier. A A A A A A A A A AAA A ONTONAGON BTREKT, OPPOSITK TOWN BALL, BARAQA, MICH. TEPOR DUR AND, Prop. Itrt-ctM Riga, lngl or doabl. furnlthed day or night at RtAtOMASLI Ti. Perfect allafaclloa guraDtd. t I IIKARHE IN COWKECTION. lk4arMr (or Z Livery r and Sales I - II Stable.... GYerythinff la tha Prlntlnf Line. ' I I I up - to - date line of Hunters, -:- :- : -:- FARMING IMPLEMENTS ; OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 1 . TN OUR j -Harness Departments j all kinds of light and heavy (I: ANI PROMPTLY DONK. P'jj Cash Heat market M. KENEFICK, Prop. . Fresh and Salt Meats Fish and Canoed Goodi, EgRt and Butter. Poultry, Etc., all select stock. Also choice, frMh Celery, Cabbage and Vegetables of all klod. Price KeasoDable. Callaod becoovlDCad. Upper Peninsula Br'g Co. MARQUETTE MICH. ; By all Means the Best Beer Brewed. Beer delivered in L'Anse and Bar aga. All orders promptly filled and attended to. Family orders may be sent through the mail. FRED CLISCH. Asrent, - Baraga. Duluth, South Ohoro & Atlantic Roilwov. L TIME TABLE. In Effect Feb. 4, 1906. Trains Leave Baraga. For Houghton and the Copper Country. . . 4:15 A.M. t 8:43 A. M, For Duluth and the West For Detroit and points East tll:3Z A. M, ForHoQffhton and the copper country also Mass, Rock land and Onto natron (ex. Sunday). 10:43 A.M. For Chicago via Nenauoee and C. N. W. K'y and for Marquette and intermediate tvi n t AaUv 4:42 P.Bf, For Chicago rla Champion and o. m. a at. V. K'T (solid through train) For Boafhton and the , Conner Country . . ..5:50 P.Ml 16:10 P.Mi" i 11:22 P.X1 For Sault 8te. Marie, 8t. Ivnace and all points . Kaat, alto for points on theOoneblcrante, Duluth, Superior , and all points west.,.. ....... (Dally, fDally except Sunday.) tltrOKTAJCT-IU pound of bantM T bhekd trw Mut fall tlokat, i4ti poaoaa oa m mmu lie. All in am of ) Itn allowMM wtll b kaml tot In t4 mm vttk fmblWhod trtff. AJwra mmrm maa ttmummuom on r r, aal mmkw m of tt tab o4 ehaek, whlok will M ldMilteUom 4 r. iaMeii For tlobets, time tables, and oMls information apply to .. A- V, Etaxz, Tlciet Acsat, txrtc Uki i