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X iThe Big Stana-I I - ; x X A Strictly Up-to-Date Store. We carry a large line -of CANNED GOODS Leaders in Teas, Coffees, Spices and Extracts. j Celebrated Boka Tea. AND SQUARE BRAND COFFEE. (Put up in one-pound Sealed Packages.) 4t -A FULL LINE OB1- 8 MEAT... MARKET o : : o J: Crockeryf61assware,Lamps, Etc. 1 Screen Doors and Windows, ........Hardware, Tinware, Etc. Is always "Well supplied With the CHOICEST MEATS. The Baraga Store Co: &ooooooooooeoooooeooeoo! LOCAL ITEMS. Michael Ryan is on the sick list. James Ryan is numbered among the sick this week. A. N. Pinet was at Houghton this week inspecting a cargo of lumber. Thomas Ryan returned Wednes day from a few days' trip to Alston. George Young has been confined to his home several days ty illness SDecial meetings have been held at - the M. E. church the past week. William Kitz, of Milwaukee, ar rived in. Baraga Saturday last. C. O. Holmes was a Calumet visitor Thursday. Dr. J. G. Turner, of Houghton, was in town Wednesday, having been called , on professional duties. Mrs. Michael Innis is nursing a sprained wrist, the result of a fall Tuesday. Edward Real returned Wednesday from a few days; business trip to Milwaukee. McCor mack's camp, at .Alston, closed .down Thursday after a . suc cessful season. , ' Miss Sarah Newmark left Friday for a few days' visit at her home in Newberry. Miss Loretta McRandall left Thursday for a short visit So the copper county. Visa A goes Payne, of Hancock, is a guest at the home of Miss Addie Hillyer. ' Special Lenten services are being conducted in St. Ann's church this week. Rev. Fr. Heon, officiating. Miss AooavAndersoQ, of Calumet, Is a guest at the home of Mrs. C. O. Holmes. ' "Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaJoyeJ're turoect to their home in Baraga Thursday, after several days' visit with friends to Sagola. Mrs. F. Kneple and daughter, and ' Mrs. J. H. McLean, of L'Aose, were guests at the home of Mrs. J.JH. Hild. ' ... Charles Cameron Is carrying bis arm in a sling this week, asatbe re sultjpf an Injury, received .while b&titijg logs. ("';, The birthday party given to the many little friends of Master Wil liam Hand Saturday last, was large ly attended, and the time pleasantly spent. Master William was the re cipient of many presents from his guests. Albert Rose has everything in running order at the roller skating rink in Orandville H.II. The rink was opened for busines Wednesday evening and was liberally patron ized. It is Mr. Rose' intention to kf'ep the two evenings of each week hereafter The nights chosen are Wednesday and Saturday. Sunday morning at 10:30 the Sun day school scholars will give an Easter program to which all are In vited. The Ladies AtJ will meet at the boiLe of Mrs. Clark on Wednesday at 2 p. m. At the last meeting it was decided to hold an experience social on April 16. The people of the M. E. church at Alston will hold their annual fair on April 1. Many useful ani fancy articles will heon sale. Dinner will be served at noon and lunch in the evening. A good time is assured to all who attend. . Mrs. John Hand met with a pain ful accident Tuesday by falling on an icy walk. She sustained a severe sprain of the right ankle. Peter LaMont arrived from Duluth Tuesday. Mr. LaMont ex pects to remove his family to Ke wwnaw Day next week. John Reay.who'has been seriously ill for the past four months, was i alien to St., Mary's hospital, at Marquette, Tuesday. He is reported slightly improved". Joseph Salmon, of Milwaukee ar rived in Baraga the fore part of the w t'k, and has taken a position as 8 desman with the William Kiiz Co It is understood that the B ii aga L imber Company will begin opera tions at its mill in this village Mon day. A large force of men will be employed this season and it is ex pected that the cut will be the larg est in many years. Peter Fods returned Thursday from Sagola. and will enter upon the duties of setter, at the Raragi Lum ber Company's mill - next week. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Hansen, of' Mass City, were in Baraga Friday. Mrs. Hansen and children were en route to Duluth, where they will re main for some time, the guests of friends and relatives. Rev. James Pascoe, presiding elder, will preach at the M.E. church Sunday evening, also hold the sec ond quarterly conference at the close of the service. There will be special singing by the choir. There will be "dpin's" in Eagle Hall next Tuesday evening. The boys are planning to hold a smoker. 1 1 is understood that an excellmt program consisting of speeches and music will be rendered, and that the feature of the evening will be a spread of no mean order. It is ex. pected that a large number of the members of the order will be pres ent upon this occasion. John McCullum, of Calumet, was in Baraga Wedues Jay, where he was engaged in the work of installing an electric piano in Sol Lavack's saloon. The piano was connected with tho city lighting service Wed nesday evening, but owing to the high voltage the piano was put outl of commission. A stronger dynamo will replace the one burned out, ' when it is expected that the Instru ment will thus be enabled to"8peil" its reportorie. ,Miss Irene Nesbitt is on the sUk list. Her duties at the High School are beioz cared for oy her sistee, Miss Mamie Nesbitt. Students of Baraga Higvt School arc enjoying u few days' vacation during the Easter holidays. .-School was clo9l Thursday evening and work will be resumed Tuesday. All kinds of advertising schemes are being used nowadays to attract attention to the many articles placed on the market for sale, but without a Jdoubt, baking powder concerns take the lead. During the past week a representative of the "Per fect," has been accusing the public at the Big Store, with tricks in legerdemain. His performance is well spoken, of by those who had an opportunity of witnessing his work. John H. Hild received a unique postal card Friday and one which he prizes highly. Tom missive bears the post mark of Cologne, Germany and a brief bit of news to the effeiii that John F. Nester is rapidly im proving, after his prolonged illness. On the back of the card is an excel lent photograph of Rev. Fr. Faust, taken on board a steamship. The oard was sent by Father Faust. For Sale. My farm, located four miles west of Baraga. Good buildings, water and standing hardwood on the prem ises. For further Information call on Martin Cosgrove, Baraua. or Mas. Mart VVosciiker. 3-2.8-3t Baraua. Mich. DR. KMMEL ror a saie ana Profitable Investment TAKE EITHER INSTALLMENT OR PRE-PAID DIVIDEND -:- Northern Michigan Building and Loan Association, of Hancock. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS WRITE TO -:- -:- CHAS. MATTHEWS, 302 Mason Ave., - Hancock, Mich. Cash Grocery Store, Mrs. Amalia Berg, Prop., Baraga, Mich. CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CANNED GOODS. FLOUR, FEED, ETC. Fresh Butter' and Eggs. ALSO BALED HAY. OV THE NATIONAL DENTISTS WILL BE AT THE McKinley Hotel Baraga Monday and Tuesday, APRIL I and 2 Dr. R. S. Buckland. Dr. L. M. Power. Office over Real's Pharmacy. B A BAG A, MICH. Long Distance Telephone Service, DAT oaNIGIIT. AND AT THE Thomas Hotel, L'Anse WEDNDSDAY and THURSDAY, APRIL 3 and 4. - - . tStetson' Hats. Rain Coats and Topers. Special attention baa Wi given our Clothing department In preparing our Spring Suits, Top Coats, Rain Coats, Hats, Shoes, Fancy Vests, Shirts, Neck wear and u-loves. ior rcne coming eariy Easter. Our store is packed with Easter novelties. Regular Custom Tailored Clothing ' $S, $7.50, $10 to $18. We are sole agents for 'Longly' and John B. BARAGA, AAAAAAAA A A AAAAAA A A A A A AAA A A A A A A A A A A A A A AAA r.ncn.: 4 PRICES LOWEST FOR CASH. BARAGA LIYERY AND SALES STABLE, MARTIN COSGROVE, Prop. Baraga. Mich. First-class rigs, single or double, furnished promptly, day or night, with or without driver. Special attention given to hunting parties, Guides furnished if desired. 11 EARSE'IN, CONNECTION. Barn formerly conducted by Mr. Daniel McMillan. MAIN STREET. NEAR DEPOT AAAAAAA A.A AAA A Tie Miners' National Bank OF ISHPEMING. MICH. Capital and 8urplus,$ 1 20,000.00 United States Depository. F. Braaatad, President; D. McVichle, Vlc-Prei- dent; A. B. aimer, cannier, u. u. am, Aiai.Unt Caabler. Cash Heat Market M. KENEFICK, Prop. Fresh and Salt Meats Fish and Canoed Goods, Eggs aod Butter. Poultry, Etc., all select stock. Also choice, fresh Celery, Cabbage and Vegetables of all klods. Prices Reasonable. Calland be convinced. Upper PeDinsiila Br'i 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 nail. FRED CLISCH, Agent, Baraga. It Is an excellent thing to have money, but it is more excellent to have it in a safe bank. We tav 3i per annum on interest deposits. A. II. MINER, Cashier. A AAA A A A A A A A A A X WE HAVE THE X Catalogue Houses..... BEAT A MILE j ON PRICES J Livery C j and S al es 1 J Mlc.... ONTONAGON STREET, OPPOSITE TOWN HALL, BARAGA, MICH. TEFOR DURAND, Prop. rirat-claaa Riga, tnft or doable, farntahad day or Bight as masomaslb BATse. Parfact atlafactloo guaranteed. I I I HI AMI IN C0NKSCTI0. IN OUR 5c and 10c DEPARTMENT. Tf aA mav ha tnnnA Klin. dreds of articles which , X are usually sold for 25c. or ,, 30c. Call and be convinced. I GEO. DEFFOE, JEWBLBR, BARAGA.