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5? Leaders in Teas, Coffees, Spices and j
S Tarred Felt,
HARDWARE TINWARE ETC.
A Strictly Up-to-Date Store. ;
We carry a large line of
-A FULL LINE OP-
Crockery, Glasswar erLampsf Etc.
With the CHOICEST
TRUNK MYSTERY SOLVED.
-Strange Looking Piece of Baggage
Which Arrived in Marquette
Saturday last a wonderfully and
Jearfully decorated trunk arrived io
. TUarquette from Baragi. The trunk
was left at the station throughout
the day as its owners probably want-
October 1st, 1907. was read and ap
proved as read.
On motion of Schwalm, supported
by Satterley, the following bills were
allowed bv the following vote: Yeas.
Satterley, Schwalm. Markle. Nays
Baraga Lumber Co.. lumber. . $7 20
Worcester Lumoer Co., 1.608
feet lumber and freight . .
d to wait for nightfall before having j J & Furo)
it taken torougn ine streets.
The trunk apparently was the
-property of a newly married couple.
It, was festooned with old shoes of
very sort and besides there is a
quantity of -other wearing apparel
.attached to it. iFrom one haodle a
well worn white shirt was draped
.and on the woodwork someone had
.written with a blue lead pencil 'We
re just married" and ' "Good bye."
TTacked to the lid of the trunk was a
Jarge white pasteboard placard upon
which was written a number of
rthings. On this also were pasted a
number of picture post cards with
-views more, or less suggestive of
rmatrimony. The trunk is a brand
.new one. Later, it developed that
ithis highly adorned piece of baggage
was the property of Mr., and Mrs.
'vAlfred Larson, who were married
'! Friday In Hancock, and who were on
jtheir honeymoon en route to their
ilormr homes in Sweden.
.The newly wedded couple are well
fknown residents. of Baraga county.
ttto groom having couducted logging
Operations near .-Skanee for some
itime. while the bride has for the
pat five years held the responsible
-position as housekeeper, for the Nes-
6r Estate in this village.
Horn,. to Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Clio
ton, Tuesday, a son.
D. J. Norton, of Ontonagon, was
a Oaraga visitor Monday.
' S. W. Clements and A. N.vPinet
were Ontonagon visitors Monday.
Sam Hill is instating the local
phone system in his grocery store.
Mrs. D. Nevelle is a Dulutb vis
itor this week. , .
Fred Carroll returned Thursday
from a ten days trip to Wisconsin
Alban Goldcrist made a trip to
Keweenaw liay Monday last.
Mrs. Peter Demgen was a Hough
ton visitor Monday. .
The Ladies' Aid Society of the M
E. church will met next week at
the home of Mrs. J. Rose.
Miss VirgioiaLamora has returned
to Hancock after a three months'
visit with friends io Baraga.
Mrs. Fred Sehwalm and Mrs. Leo
McKiodles spent Friday at Hough,
Two new, meat blocks were re
ceived this week for the meat de
partment of the Big Store.
Bert Funke left Tuesday for Thes
salon. Ont., where he is engaged in
the inspection of lumber.
Mrs. Catherine Ennisleft Monday
for a week' visit with friends in
Messrs. Joseph Peters, Fred Hild
and Charles Auger will leave tomor
row for a few days outing at the
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brawley re
turned to this village Monday, after
an absence of aeverul months in
E. I. Real returned to his home in
this village Monday from a three
weeks visit in Kentucky and points
A party of Baraga people went to
the copper country Tuesday evening
and attended the production of the
"Lund of Nod."
Mrs. George Smith and daughter
Ida. who hve been visiting rela
tives in Baraga, for the past few
weeks, left Thurseay for their homes
Sum Hill has had the misfortune
lately to lose three of his delivery
hor.ses. All the animals died within
three weeks time. each, suffering
from a disease of the foot.
John P. Richards, of Duluth, was
in this village several days this week
supervising the work of driving piles
for the sorting table for the new
The young ladis of the M. E
Sunday school are fry much pleased
over the results of the recenf supper
which was given under their man
agement. The eveot oetted the
society a neat sum.
; Baraga Township Board Proceedings.
' . orrioiAL.
, JBaraga, Mich., Nov. R. 1907.
'A regular meeting of the township
fboard was held in the clerk "s on the
Vabove date and was called to order
by Supervisor Schwalm.
r1TOre wer r'""1' ' ' couple will reside at Birch. .
'.tiM in Justices Satterley and ;
Markle. Absent, Clerk Hugo. 1C3L::ILT -Jl-TV ZZ3,
ture Co., sundries ........ 7 85
There being no further business
it wa6 moved and seconded to' ad
journ. Ayes all. JN ays none. Car
ried. John Marklb,
Township Clerk, pro tem.
Law oa Shipping Deer.
Owing to no little conflict of
opinion, among deer hunters tnts
season, regarding the proper way
of tagging deer as to whether they
should be tagged in the woods where
killed or at the depot when ship
ping. Attention is called to section
9. Article 5800 of the Game and Fish
laws of Michigan, which states ex
plicity the law on the question at is
sue. Tha article follows: "It shall
not be lawful for any railroad com
pany, express company, boat or any
other transportation company to
transport any deer or part of a deer
from ooe place to another In this
state unless the shipper' shall pro
duce his license as provided n this
act and sign and detach one coupon
therefrom and attach, the same to
such deer or part thereof offered for
shipment, in the present of theshij
ing agent, and if he cannot write be
shall siga by his mark, which agent
l shall sign such coupon as a witness
und such coupon shall accompany
said deer or part thereof to its tiesti-
Married at Ontonagon.
A Dreltv wedding occurred Wed
nesdav at Ontonagon at which time
Miss Bella Loud and George LaCourt
both residents of this village were
united in marriage. Rev. E. Brown
performed the ceremony. The young
A tickling cough, from any cause,
is quickly stopped by Dr. ShoopV
Cough Cure. And it is so thoroughly
harmless and safe, that Dr. Snoop
tells mothers every where to give it
without hesitation, even to very
young babes. The wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a lung
healing mountainous shrub, furnish
thecurative properties toDr.Shoop's
Cough Cure. It calms the cough, and
heuls the sore and sensitive bronchial
membranes. No opium, no chloro
form, nothing harsh used to injure
or suppress. Simply a resinous plant
extract, that helps to heal aching
lungs. The Spaniards call this shrub
which the t)octor uses. "The Sac-red
Herb." Demand Dr. Shoop's. Take
no other. Sold by Campbell & Mason,
L'Anse. Baraga Store Co.. Baraga.
DR. R. S. BUCKLAND.
Dr. L. M. Power.
Office over Real's Pharmacy.
BARAGA. MICH. '
OB motion oi oaneriey, supurieu jMarHir w .
by Schwalm,. that .'Justice Markle ' KSfciV'T' . ' r'tS
Wot as clerk pro W Ayes all. j $&L.'J.. -T " y
Nays.none. uarneq. t , - l,
V" The minutes of th roeetlog. of CJ;
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Long Distance Teleohone Service,
DAY ob NIGHT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Real Estate. Insurance
PHILIP FOUCAULT, Proprietor
All Kind of Baked Staffs
' ; ORDERS TAKEN FOR
Pies, Cakes and Cookies
Our Delivery in L'Anse
Upper Feninsnla Br'g Co.
By all Means the Best
T?ar In T.'An.A inl n..
ftir-i. All orftora nrnmntlv filltul an A
attended to. .Family orders may bf
stiui, mrouifn ine mail.
FRED CLISCH. Agent. Baraga.
Casb IJeat Llarke!
M. KENEFICK. Prop.
Fresh and Salt Meat;
. fith itoil Canned Good, Krff anil
Buttrr, Toultry, VW . all Htltt'til
Stock. AIho cholcw, frHb Olery.
Cabbage aud Vegetable) of all kind
Callsud be convinced.
ONTONAGON STREET, OPPOSITK TOWS
HALL. BARAGA. MICH.
TKFOIl DUKAND, Prop.
rirtt-clj Rip, single or double, furalnbed
djr or nlirht t RtASOMASLI ItTlt. PerfH.i
;"' HKARMC IN CONKECTION.
LIYERY AMD SALES
MARTIN COSUKOVE, Prop.
First-class rigs, single or double
furnished promptly, day or nighi
with or without driver. Specie
attention giyeo to hunting partie
Guides furnished If desired. ; .
HE A USE IN CONNECTION.
Best Service and Perfect Satisfa
tioo Guaranteed. . ,
SUbh ci Hz Strttl-Ncsr Dc?:t
Employment Offloe la Connection.
OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
GRANITE AND MARBLE.
Four hundred of the Latest and
Most Artistic Designs.
AIho Agent lor
Stewart Iron Fencing.
Don't buy until vou see my sam
pies. A postcard will bring tne fr
W. J. STRATTON, B','Jt?"
TO OUR STORE AND
AND FIT THEM OUT
Good Winter Shoes
We have most everything that
you may mention in seasonable
Footwear. We aim to please and
MEN'S SHOESSee our line in Calf, Kid and
Patents, at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00.
" BOYS SHOES Buy the W. L. Douglas brand
Shoes. They are mad to stand the service, Prices
$'-'.(10 to $3.50. Other good makes at $1.50 and $1.75.
HIGH CUT SHOES for Boys and Girls. A com
plt'te line of sizes.
LADIES' POPULAR PlilCED SHOES-in Gun
metal, Patent, Culf and Kid. Bluchers and Button.
Extra values at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00.
YOUNG LADIES' SCHOOL SHOES-with low or
medium heels, Gun metal and Kid, in the papular button
or lace $2 .00, $2.50 und $3.00.
HUNTING BOOTS, Rubbers with leather tops,
Overshoes, Felt Shoes and Slippers all are here.
W. L. Douirbs anc Walk Over Men's Shoes.
The Val Duttenhofer (I'rincess and Empress) La
The Price You
Pay For Shoes
. and get your
P2ntitles you to full value. Every dollar invested should
secure you the equivalent of one hundred cents in true
worth. When you purchase here, you are assured of
"value received" to the last cent. We do not claim to
give you a J.r,.00 shoe for $3.00, but we do claim to and
DO GIVE you an ACTUAL $3.50 shoe for $3.50. Many
shoes sold foi $5.0 are only $3.00 and frequently poor
at that. V
are of the few that are
actually worth tbeir
price. Wear will prove
them worth more.'
j '. : " BABAQ-A, MIOH.
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