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A Strictly Up-to-Date Store. ;. We carry a large line of . caNneogoods Leaders in Teas, Coffees, Spices and Extracts. Tarred Felt, Nails, Saws, and Axes. HARDWARE TINWARE ETC. A FULL LINE OF- Crockery,Glassware,Lamps,Etc. MEATT MARK 1 Is always Well supplied With the CHOICEST MEATS. THE imp Stirs Eg Ralph Coon, of Houghton, was a Baraga visitor Friday. Mrs. Minnie Schabo and grandson, of Appleton, Wis., are quests at the Schwalm res idence. . i Mrs. Carl Oepen returned Saturday last from several weeks' visit at her home in Marinette. Thomas Vaughan left Fri day for Virginia, Min., where he has taken a position with the Virginia Lumber Co. Miss Tessie Vaughan re turned Friday from a two weeks' visit in Houghton. Mrs. Elizabeth Nugent re turned Thursday from a weeks visit in Chassell. William Long returned from a two weeks' cruise Thursday in the vicinity of Ewen for the Nester Estate. Emil Draws, of Houghton, is engaged this week in doing some interior decorating in the S. O. Clinton residence. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freiiette, of Duluth, Tuesday, a son. ' The members of the Baraga school board spent Friday on a tour 'of inspection at the school housesnow under construction in the several districts of the township. Mrs. Joseph Duquette, of Pelkie.spent ITriday in Baraga. Richard Dwyer, of Hancock, has taken a position at the South Shore station at this village. mm at NESTER MILL SHE Several Carloads of Machinery Arrived This Week Many Workmen Em ployed at Preliminaries. "There is great activity this week at the site of the new mill to be erected by the Nester Estate. A large force of laborers are now en .gaged in clearing away the remain ilnjf debris caused by the burning of ithe old mill, and otherwise preparing ifor the arrival of the new mill re cently purchased by the company. ' At the shipping, point ao equally 'large number of men are employed In dismantling the structure and loading tt onto cars. Friday five carloads of machinery larrlved in this village, which will be unloaded and ' placed under shelter until the mill building arrives and is erected. The present structure is of quite largo dimensions, but it is understood that thecompany intends adding several feet more to it. mak ing it somewhat larger in proportion 'tfwn the one recently destroyed by . rr. . .TOhan fka mill itt. in oneration. it . Is understood that It wiU give m olovment 'to nearly one hundred men. The compaoy has 'secured the asryices of Architect Joseph jNacteau -of Marinette, who is at present en Paired In drawing up tbe plans for jibe. new buiidg. nd it is expected that when all Is, complete the com part wijl taive a model plant. , . I ' " "l" " " 1 ' -" ' ' Local Items. ' J. C. Gingrass, who for the past few weeki has been ser iously ill at his room. in the Chappell House, is slightly itljrojre, and was removed iFridty to the, horn? Pf hk.8)9: Arr: Wr. iToseoh LeDuC, ltt Henry Durand ' has' taken j potition'in Cohl Bros, store. Martin Rylander spent Sun day in Houghton. Raymond Kunouce, of Es canaba, is assisting in the Real Pharmacy as salesman. Fred Raymond, Fred Urqu hart and son, and William Clements returned Wednesday from Thessalon, Ont:, where they have been located since the recent burning of the Nes ter mill. Edward Clements, who has been located at Ee .-gland dux ing the past fevv months, re turned to his home in this vil lage the fore part of the week. Miss Lorretta McRandle, of Houghton, - is a guest at the home of Miss Addie Hilyer4 Miss Emma McRandle is ex pected to arrive today. The Baraga Lumber Co.'s mill resumed operations Satur day last after the, accident to its boilers last week. " Mrs. John Doyle, of Menomi nee, returned to her home Thursday after several months visit at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. S. W. Clements. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gains, of Detroit, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph peters this week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Loud, Wednesday, a daughter. , Miss Bernice Kruer re urn Ml this week from her home in Petoslcy. The new oil tank, which is to be located in this vi Page hy the Standard QU Co., arrived this week" and is being unload ed hear the site where it is to erected. ' NOTICK. Have your eyes tested and glasses fitted by an expert. Mr. S. Deinp Bey, of the Swigart. Optical Co. uf Toledo, Ohio, will be at Doifoe's jewelry 6tore Oct. lUh. Satisfac tion guaranteed. WARDEN GIVEN WIDE RANGE. RETURNS FROM K OF P. CONVENTION Delegate Cochran Reports Gathering A Success In every Respect. John A, Cochran returned Sat. urday . from Bay City, Mich., where be went to attend the grand roJge convention of Kolgbt of Pythias, being a delegate to the convention from Baraga lodge, which was held for two days last week. The sessions were successful in every respect according to Mr Cochran. Kalamazoo was chosen to entertain the Pythians next year, tbe meetings beginning the first Wed nesday io October. Delegates were present at the Bay City convention from practically every lodge io the state. . The upper peninsula was given a signal booor in the selecton of S. Q. Carlton) of the Soo, for the position of grand chancellor.- Mr Carlton is well and favorably known throughout the country. It is expected that Grand Chancellor Carltoa will visit Baraga and lodges in the copper country within the next month or wo in his new capacity. No other pper peninsula resident was named for any office. Charles P.Nichols, of Lansing, was chosen for the position of outside nurd. There is always considerable contest for this position as the mau lected. under normal circumstances advances each year through the various positions until he finally in ven or eight years is made gra nd hancellor. Mr. Nichols is a lawyer ho is well qualified for the work. nd is well known in the state. particulary in lower Michigan. Onij of the features of the Bay City convention was the presence of Su preme Chancellor Barnes, of Illinois. ho attended all sessions held. The Biy City lodges united in enter taining the visiting delegates, and gave all of them the best of enter tainment. Dr. R. S. Buckland. Dr. L. M. Power. Office over Real's Pharmacy. BARAGA. MICH. Long Under a law passed by the last legislature, tbe state game and fish warden or any or nis deputies may sieze and take possession of any game or fish taken or held in vio lation of the laws of tbe slate. It is also provided that such an officer may arrest, with or without a war rant, any person whom he has rea son to believe guilty of a violation of tbe fish and game law, enter and examine all buildings, camps vessels, boats, wagons, cars, stages' tents and other receptacles and places, where he has reason t believe fish or game are taken or held in violation of the laws of the stale and to seize such fish or game If any be found. No dwelling house or sealed railroad car can be entered and seaschec without a warrant however. It is "provided in the law that anv person who shall refuse topermitar: officer charged with the enforcement of the fish and game laws to enter any building or enclosure (except dwelling houses while permanently occupied) , vessels, boats, wagons cars, stages, tents, etc., and to take possession of any fish, game or any lawful contrivance used for taking of game or fish,, upon demand made by the' officer, to that effect, shall be liable to a fine not less than $20 nor more than 5 and costs, or by im prisonment for not more than sixty days, or by'both fine and Imprison ment. Another law which is well for fishermen to .bear in mind is one relating to the size and weiffht of nike. fiddjer, catfish and black bass This law provides 'that' any person who shall catch or kill or have in hi possession pike 'or any variety of less than one pound, round or un dressed weight, any fiddler; catfish of less than one and one-halt pounds round or undressed weight or less than one pound dresed ' weight ' or black bass less tban ten inches long shall be guilty of a misdemeaaor and unon conviction is liable to punisn ment by a fine otanvwhere from $10 ATTORNEY AT LAW, Real Estate. Insurance. Baraga, Mich. to tafl or bv imprisonment' in the ountv iil for a period not exceedin sixtr davs. or by both' tine and Im prisonment, in the discretion of the court Pamtsshoald sesto MtMr hsvsosa) natural. T - "- ' thee sr. t it . . t. I I tii(rhUl ; -,1 t th bond, a4 . M t I. or. -Blthy aeUni r. CiU tor -mi 1 Fall -;-ferchandise 1 8 cB? w Distance Telephone Service, DAY or NIGHT. oscphl.LaBrccqae A grand display of Fall Mer chandise is now on at our store in '.all lines. v See the Millinery Display in our window. Ladies' Coats, Shirt Waists and Skirts, Dress Goods, Blankets, Underwear, Men's, Boys' and Children's Cloth ing and Overcoats, in fact every thing for everybody at prices so low that they positively can't be beat. Now is the time to make your purchases while you have a new and unbroken stock to select from. It will be worth your while to look us over. A full line oi standard patterns in stock. Iratiers BAB AG-A,' MICH. Livery and Sales of . Marquette, Mich. People living in the country, or at distance, who appreciate the value of a aafe aod con ervatlva bank, a designated DEPOSITARY OF 'THE UNITED STATES, can open an account with, ua by Banking By Mail," a most convenient wajrfof One to do baafcinit. - Srnd for booklet describing our methods. We pay 8 per cent interest, compounded seml-annualIjr,on your deposit In our Savings Department. 'i " CITIZENS flATIOIlAL OENK Of HojightonIich. officers: GRAHAM POPE ..President V. nCKBKK .....Vlce-Prnlden H. MOSa.... Cashier DiEKHToaa: Or ah am Pope, O. V. Seeber, B. r. Cbynowetb J. H. Jasberr, X. R. Hull, A. T. Heldkamp, A. M. Bohalte, John O. Stone, C. H,- Mom. ONTONAGON .HTREKT. OPPOSITE TOWN BALL. BAKAflA, MICH TliFOIC UUKAN1), Prop. rirt-nlusH Rig, single or double, furnlHhed day or nlz'ut at riasonabli RATIS. P"'"' salUfncllon guarauteed. : ! HEAR! IN Upper Peninsula JJr'g Co. MARQUETTE MICH. By all Means the Best Beer Brewed. BARAGA LIVERY AMD SALES STABLE. ' MAItTIN COSGItOVB, Prop. t Bakaoa. Mich. First-class ritfs, single or double, furnished promptly, day or, night with or without drlrer.. . Spwi&l attention given to huntlo parties, Guides furnished if desiren. ' BestSertlce and Perfect Satisfao , tlon Guaranteed. ' ' r Employment Offloe In Connection. CONKEOTION. I Iliil I' '.: Beer delivered in L'Anse and Bar aga. All orders promptly filled and attended to. Family orders may be sent through the mall. FRED CLISCH. Agent, - Baraga. JV V iAm? V afcjfc n jB A AjAi jbV. vvvvwvvwvvw ' The Miners National Banl Or ISHPtMING, MICH. Capital and Surplu,$ 150,000.00 United States Depository. f. Braaetad, President; HO. Ton sir. Vice-President; A. B. Miner, Cashier, (X O. Aaa. . Assistant Cashier. It is an excellent thlni to bare money, hot It la more excellent to have it in a safe bank. We pay 3 percent per annum on Interest deposits. You uan forward money for deposit either toy express or poetoMoe order. A. B. MINIC. Cashier. AAAAAAAAAAAAlk MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GRANITE AND MARBLE. Four hundred of tbe ' Latest and Most. Artiatiu Designs. to buy. Household Utensils. ( at . a.aAa. -- Aa.AA itlAl Wit Also Agent for Stewart Iron Fenclc. Don't buy until you nee my sam ple!. A postcard will bring me to your bouse. '"'' M. KENEFICK. Prop. ' Fresii and Ccs riS and Canned Goods, Ka aad utter, Posltry. Rh , J1 Mltwl Ktook. Ala ctaXcs. frsh O-lery, . Cbhff i4 Tireabla ef all kind. Call sod bseoarlactJ.