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THI3 DOUELE COLUMN PAID POLITICAL ADVZT.TIZI-trrra. LIU I. r THS GOOD JUDGE AND SATISFY that tobacco hunger with a small , chew of "Right-Cut." . Just tuck it away and let it wotkoveiv: time. You get the real tobacco strength jand flavor without grinding. ; It's the Real Tobacco Chew! Pure, sappy bellow tobacco seasoned and sweetened just .nough. . Heady chew short-shred, cut fine , so the - 'Javor comes steady, right from' the start.. V Tbe Real Tebcco CLew C3 10 Cents a Poach ' ASK your dealer today. II he doesn't sell "Right Cut," send us 10 cents in jtamps. We'll send you a pouc icb. IJYm gewwwtae M f hm pare chmmimg tmbmcc mtd hmttmr timm tU, U himd. (Paid Advertisement) Hubert A. Brennan Candidate for the Republican Nomination for PROSECUTING ATTORNEY OF BARAGA COUNTY Respectfully solicits your Vote at the Primaries to be held Tuesday, August 25, 1914 . SK I. v .1 MS There's great satisfaction in the thought that you may send the children to this store, and know they will be given the same careful attention as you- would have if you came in person. - v',, .. . y ' ' .;' Our little customers take a tpeaal delight Jnconirz here for that very reason, which probably explains the great numbers who come to do Mama's shopping every day. Your child's order, or your order re , ' ceived by 'phcas, will Invariably be , followed by tha promptext and most i' careful ssrvica we can possibly give. , Wo Gzcrcntco C-tL:fcc:!c3 Alucys. THE DETECTIVE Tcrxco; WtVMAH-VNUTOH CO. T7eyiiaij-ciuto:i company " 13 Uriea Ir-w, Ke Te re nm iilf The members : of Meadow Crook Hive, L. O. T. If. II.. enjoytd aA tut ins; at the camp grounds near Pequam ing Thursday. Twenty-one members mad tbe trip In can. The song service last -Sunday night at the II. E. church was enjoyed by the whole congregation and tomorrow nigbt there will be a similar service. Miss Theresa Menge and Mrs. E. Welsh are now associate organists and the entire cholr,wUl be on hand tolead the congregation in song. Rv. Da vey will sUrt a series of sermons on The Lord's Prayer," his subject to morrow night being 'The Fatherhood of God." Everybody welcome. Rev. 0. F. Winton and two other gentlemen of Clayton, Mich., will ar rive Monday to er joy a couple of weeks fishing In our streams. George M. Edwardsen, Harold Nil sen and ChrUtion. Aholi left last Fri day by auto for Mellen,. Wis. They expect to return today. ; Mrs. W. H. Flatt was a Keweenaw Bay visitor yesterdsy. ; Leo .Paquette returned to Sioux City, Iowa," Tuesdsyracctfriipanied by his brother Oliver, after spending a few days here visiting his parents, Mr. aij Mrs. Eugene Paquette. , Joseph Smith, of Bayfield, Wis., ar rived Sunday and is a guest of h's sis ter, Mrs. John Sands. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Iche," of Bes semer, arrived in L'Anie Sunday and are guests of Mrs. J. P. Moran. .They will return home tomorrow, y Miss Lauretta Grace, who received a severe gash on her right knee Wed nesday is improving. Mrs. Elizabeth McKindles was on tbe sick list this week. Miss Louisa Moran was operated up on Thursday and is confined1 to her home. ADVERTISED UTTERS. Remaining in Baraga office for the week ending Aug. 8, 1914. ' Ed. Allie, J. Anderson, Henry Barnes, J. Cohen, Ollan Meclode, Apolinary Okarsky, Mrs. Alice A. Hebard. These letters will be sent to the dead letter office August 15 4f not deliv ered before. In calling for the 'above please say "advertised," giving date of list. Fbank M. Ennis, P. M. Keweenaw Bay Notes. (Crowded Out from Aug. 1st Issue) Dr. and Mrs. W. A. von Zellen, of L'Anse, and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Doug las motored to Eagle Harbor Thursday. While at work repairing a railing around a platform at the -Mass mill Monday, "Rowe Hearter met 'with a serious accident. The railing gave way and he fell twenty feet to the ground, injuring his head badly. - Mrs. D. Marcotte and Miss Ethel Yeip were Houghton visitors Mondsy. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas and Miss Amy Newton had a pleasant outing on Trav erse Bay Wednesday. They went there in Anteine Cbosa'a launch. Mrs. Clayton Wheeler, of Laurium, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lesilius. Y Mrs. D.F. Leary was a eoDoer coun try visitor Wednesday. Miss Adah Rowe is visiting her sis ter at tbe Indiana Mine. SI 00 Reward, We will pay one hundred dollars re ward for information leading to the ar rest and conviction of anyone killing our bogs running at large on Point Ab- baye. , Bakaoa Lumbcb Co., S-21-f. O' Baraga, Mich. First Aug. 8-Last Aug. 29, 1914. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. ; The Probata Court of the County of oarers. . At m session of , said Court, held at the Probate OSce in the Villa of Li Anse in sau umntv. on tua 4t dv I ACZXt a. v. 11. . . Pre;sat: Hon. Kcr C Williams, Jr:?.rcf riritjr. . Ia f v r j , f ' C, rrtrte- of lili Crtr 1. That the nt liv at i. A. v. i..u at tn o'r acs U us r.jtca. it t'i rrci: cL.zs. be aitJ U 1 Tit j t---,:ztii izt hizrl-j tzli irri'rartr Crr, Ttxt prti r-;j tlcr-tf It r.vta ty r"-ca czac:7?cj tu crr, xrt r:i t; c:- '. j v iTtriu tj r:.J dry cf lz: , Li tl L'At i. L;r::-jf, a JOHN SANDS REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR Sheriff At the Primaries August 25th, 1914. - I solicit your vote and support. If nominated and electedll pledge myself to give the people a good, clean, business administration. Motto: Efficiency, Economy and Courtesy. s . - " MAY I HAVE YOUR VOTE? w L Respectfully solicits your support at the Primaries to be held ' Tuesday, August 25th, 1914 r -v .' CANDIDATE FOR1 ( V' " ON THE NATIONAL PKOGRrCSIVC ' TICKET ' Place your X in the ccclta ny at the Primary E:ctloa ,""-,-,:.'.; . AccO C3, nil, rJma. TO THE VOTERS OF BARAGA , COUNTY: ';'V 'V If you desire a good business ad ministration in the county treasurer's of fice, give me your support at the Primar ies August 25, 1914. ' D. P. Mesrd Wm. C. Eldi Republican Candidate for COUIITY TREASURER PRIMARIES AUGUST 25, 1914 Your Support Solicited. " 1 CHRISTIAN ALr.lLI DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Sheriff At the Primaries August 25th Homer. J. PennocL Candidate for the Republican Nomination for vrill not be in LfAnso on Monday . HAXOC$QFFICE , 112 Quincy Street One-Half Block West of Superior . ; . . National Bank Phooe923 '.' Li:::::.::yg::: :::rrrcri y Cet Ycsr PLDiilBlG end REPAIRING Done By Joseph Picfird L'Anse, Mich VAN SB tO DO. N0.44S 1.0.0.r.,LlcM,Uick R Millar Milffi aack Wmlneailar Taaiar at o'clock, at Leam. Ball Vlritloe broQiara arc enrdlallT walcoma. Aoatrw Mibok, , Oaoaae P. Darar, HverMarr N.O. , Wm. Pbtsmov. flaaaclal Bccntarv Fred He PLUMBER Honghton, ' Uicbigas. ( Office 898 'Phone . f Residence 860. 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