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J c -J N J . t -i o rr -tt:?" '"""i O r in. . r -n n . ' 21 .V . - . VJ .. .. 1 A Strictly UiT-to-Date Store. ' ; "W carry a large line of . CANNED GOODS ; ; Leaders in Teas,' Coffees, Spices and Extracts. Tarred Felt, Nails, Saws, and Axes. hardMe TORE ETC. A FULL LINE OF . Crockery, Glass7arerLampsf Etc. MARKET V THE Death of Mrs. David Thomas. j Mrs Berth i Thomas, wife of David Thomas, died at her home in West Houghton Monday evuoicir from! tuberculosis. Mrs. Thomas was born in Baraga in 1883 and for many years J made her home there. Her maiden name was Bartha QJerback. Mrs. ; Thomas had ben married a little over a year and is survived by her ousbaed. The funeral services' were fceld Thursday afternoon at 2.00 from the M. E. church. Interment! vwas in Forest Hill cemetery at :IIoughtoo. V PLKAD GUILTY rHenry Colborn, Slayer of Montgomery Is Sentenced to Jackson. .Henry Colburo, who killcdFraok Montgomery in axstreet brawXwbicb occured at Newberry lat July, plead guilty before Judge Steere, to the charge of manslaughter and was sentenced to Jackson under tho , '-indeterminate act to from .four to fifteen years, with a recommended -niaxltmjm of seven--years. . f The' crime grew out of a trivial difference between the two men, both of whom were teamsters. Col tourn accuped Montgomery of stealing .a set of harness rings and a fight followed. Montgomery, who was much the larger man of the two. was presumably getting the best of . th encounter, when Colburo drew -a knife and stabbed him to death. His victim was formerly a res videp.tpf. Baraga yijlage. ILoqal Items. "Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 'Graham., of Keweenaw Bay, Friday, Born, 'to Mr.'apd Mr."John Ebcrt of Michigan Mills, Mobday, as dajjgh- Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sey - mour; of Baraga, Wednesday, a son. V Barn, to Mr. ar.d Mrs. Antone ; Calmer, of Baraga, Tuesday, daughter. , - , jcnn jofi is rennjTiug un ; to tie UcQlnn rWldencs ou Onto- -, - - OH Is always Well supplied With the CHOICEST MEATS. SfortiGol The barge Marvin is in this port thif wvk taking on a cargo of lum ber for Detroit. Chas. K Hall.' of Chicago called on aa friends the fore part of we"k- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moyer, of Big Bay, are guests this week at the home of Mrs. Moyer 's parents, Mr. and Mrs, 'N. A. Carlson. William Hugo and his orchestru were at Keweenaw Bay Friday, where they furnished music for a social dance. - Samuel Southern, of Chicago, was a business visitor here Wednesday. The tug boat Br'uce returned the fore part of thti week from the north shore, with a large amount of railroad paraphenaha for the Nester estate. - . The ladies of St. Ann's church of this village announce that they will give a chicken pie and oyster supper in the basement of the church Wed nesday evening, Oct. 30th. Home made candies and cut flowors will be on sale. - -; Alex MeOormack, of Ontonagon, spent Thursday In Baraga. Michael Curley, of Coloraine, Minn.,vwas a guest this week at the home of Prof, and Mrs. S. O. Clio ton. .' -, Prof. S. O. Clinton will leave Wednesday next for . Escanaba, where he is to have charge of the commissioners' section. Mrs. Cote Perry, of HibWng, is rcDorted ill at the borne of her father, H. Nesbitt, in this village. . Mrs. John Vaugban returned Wednesday from Virginia, Minn., after an absedco of several weeks. The barges Wbite-Friant and Buckhaut, which were lo this port this week left Wednesday for Sagi oaw with cargoes of lumber. Alex Wiley left Friday for Thessa- lon, Ont. , Tt3C::llxr"T3(:rr::r. ftrt.ii '.i .-!5 f " V. u 1 l N J! The fauodation for. the new Nes ter mill is now well under way and the work, progressing splendidly. The balance of the material is ex pected to arrive about the first of the week, at which time the struct ure will be cupidly-pushed to com pletion. Joseph Cramer, millwright, of Marinette, arrived in Baraga Thurs day, where be has taken a position with the Nester estate. Mrs. Henry Smith and daughter Ida, of Greenland, are guests at the borne of Mrs. Jacob Bendry. ',; . " Alex Anderson transacted busi ness in Keweenaw Bay Friday. S. W. Clements was a Houghton visitor Friday. ' Monday afternoon occurred the death of Mrs. Otto Carlson at her late home in this village. Death was due to an abcess of the liver. A husband survives her. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon and interment was in the Baraga ceme tery. .. '..'.''. Hit Turn. ' Glovaaat Allessandro- Gulseppe Pie tro Tellegrenl' had been coming to school all winter clad in raiment which raised perpetual wonder In his teacher's mind, both as to how G. A. G. P. Tellegrenl managed to keep his circulation working and how the vari ous sections of his clothes succeeded la retaining discreet proximity to each other. Dut now the warm weath er had come, and on the first really hot day,' lo! Giovanni appeared in a whole, heavy . winter suit. 'With the coat buttoned up to his chin. After sundry coyprt glances in hia direction, each of which had caused her to mop her perspiring forehead, she asked: "Giovanni, wby don't you take off your coat? It makes me warm to look at you." Giovanni looked at her ap pealingly for a moment and then burst forth: "Oh, teacher, don't make me take it off. Me brother has been wearing It all winter, an' it's my turn nnW ' " , DR. R. S. BUCKL AND. Dr. l. m. Power. Office over Real's Pharmacy. BARAGA. MICH. Long Distance Telephone Service, DAY ok NIGHT. i ATTORNEY AT LAW, Real Estate. Insurance, Baraga, Mich. of Marctuette, Mich. ... N . ...( Popl living in th country, or M distance, who' appreciate the Talne of a tafe and con ervatlve bank, a designated DEPOSITART OF THE UNITED STATES, t e open aa account with ashy 'Bankitis By Mall," most convenient way for one to do banking. ' Send for booklet describinv oar method. . We pay 8 per eeat interest, comiounded seml-annnally, oa your deposit la oar Havings Department. CITIZEN RATICI-'L Of Hoiightdn, Mich. orrioKss: GRAHAM POPS.... ; President ...Vlce-Prealdent , Cashier C. V ."SEEDER O. H. MOSS.. mkictors: Orahant Pop. O. T. Scefacr, B. F. Chyaewetb J. H. . B. R. Hall, A. F. Heidkaasv, A. M. SebnH, John O. Stone, " '! C..H. Mom. BARAGA LIVERY MID SALES MARTIN C080ROYE, Prop ' Baraoa. Mien. " Flrst-cluss rigs, single or double, furnished promptly, day or night; with or without driver. Special attention fiyenio hunting parties. Guides furnished If desired. . IICAOSC tit COWNKCTION. Best Service and Perfect . Sattsfac : 7 Hon Guaranteed. , Employment Ofloe lo Conneotion. phi.LaB rccque WILLIAM Why Not Start a Saving Account .Is there any reason or you to pay more money for your Suit of Clothes, Shoes. -Hat, CFnderwear or Over- shirt ? Is there any reason for you to pay more money for your Cloak, Shirt wa i st, S ki r t o r Millinery, when you can get the same articles, but a little better in quality, or less money? Surely not and if so,why not buy your Fall and Winter Supplies at ' WILLIAM and with the amount you save at every pur chase start a bank ac count. Our store is. teeming with new Fall and Winter Goods. Wearing apparel that is stylish, serviceable and inexpensive. . It does not cost you any more to-get tha right thing if you get it at AIL.IIAVl IX Baraga, Mich. V 4. 17 , Good Personal m Apt) mfflm irU BARAGA, MICH. The Store of Dependable . Merchandise. I Livery and Sales 4 Stable.;.. ONTONAGON STREET, OPPOSITE TOWN HALL.' BARAOA, MICH. TEFOIt DUICAND, I'rop. rtrt-laiM Rlirs, sloirle or double, ftirnlsbed day or olht at RiatOMAaLS 4T. Pereot aalUfac'tioo gnarauteed. ( : i IIKARSE IN CONKICTION. i . -I ..... .'I 1 mi i.WWIioI '.I to buy Household Utensils. . II XvA4vv UL . j "DAHAGA. :: mmmmmmm learance Is of Great Value On every occasion out of the ordinary, we dress up so as to create the best possible Impression. In "Adler's Collegian Styles" we sell you gar ments which will enable you to be DRESSED UP. You will bare that natty appearance which gives the wearer the reputation of being an , up-to-date young man.. Our ever Increasiog sales of Adlers Collegian Suits and Over coats shows that the boys are CATCHING ON to the fact that good cloth ing can be bought here at less than some fellows usk for. "just as good." Take a Look! 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 mall. FRED CLISCH. Agent, - Baraga, Fire ipgurancR W. T. 1IEHGE, Agt L'Anse, Michi. MONUMENTS AND HEADSTONES OF FOREIGN;. AKD D0ME8TI0 GRANITE AMD MARBLE. Four hundred of. the Lutest and ' , Most Artistic Dcsgn. .. thOFS ' ;, Alttu Aceut tor Stewcrt Ercn Fccir; " i Don t buy until you fee my sam-, pies. A postcard will br'ug me to your houser ; . ; . . risa and Caooed O" " i, r w BatPer, Foult.r. I i , ' . tnoek. AJeet" ,( i C ., CabbafeaMT.. ,Jr.l 1 Csllso4 btesar'.; 0 '