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   Wakefield Advocate (Newspaper) - December 8, 1917, Wakefield, Michigan                                Z     4 1 N PART ONE VOL. 5 NUMBER 4. WAKEFIELD, GOGEBIC COUNTY, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, DEC, 8,   1917. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR r r h 1 1 HQLD JOB FOR MR. KERENSKY.|for a woman county agent in that county. The movement is a genera! Wanted-A nice quiet man to 0ne throughout both the Lowe! and tend popcorn- stand afternoon and Upper Peninsula, evening.-Ad in the Buffalo News. "Did you order a ton of coal?*' "I did not.   I put my requeit for one respectfully on file." We have a liberal supply of Vic-i   trolas now and would advise you to arrange for the purchase of one at once as later on they will be hard to get, Triplett, Ironwood, Mich. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The other day Doc Fleming come In church or in state it is rule or be ruled; in courtship or marriage it is fool or be fooled, in logic or law it is nick or be nicked; in gambling or trade it is trick or be tricked; in treaty of war is is beat or be beaten; in the struggle of life it is cat or be eaten; in politics it is crow or eat crow; in newspaper line it is hoe your own row. out in the road in front of tfcis sane- Thc PuPils in onc of thc 8lchooh turn and shook his fist up at us and were asked to write essays on What b^gan to quote something from the do 1 *� to sch�o1 foT?" scripture about how "the wicked flc- q! cl*ht *cars dccidcd: Wc scno�l t0 lca*n, so when I grow up people won't say, 'here goes James A little lad "I goto you want to-hie.M your  Christmas   package Rooms for Rent-in the Perry House. Apply to Skud, Goldman & Co. tf STAR THE EAST ii eth when no man pursueth." might mention that Doc's record is ciiht seconds flat.-Pewanjo News. Groshaw, the blockhead." Another wrote:' I go to school to get an edu- ' Tm puzzled," quoth the youthful cation.   Who knows but one of us one, boys may some day be a great states- What course to take-which man or perhaps a great politician, or be called to make a postmortem on To be my great state's favorite son, [some poor fool who didn't know how "Or a rich man's favorite son-in-lto spell poison?" prize to draw law. How do you like my new fur coat?" "Fine." "It cost seven hundred.'* 'Just fancy," And to think that some poor ani-mal was skinned to supply it.'" "Er-speaking of your husband?" i Miss Berrvman,- teacher of the Deer Lake school asked the pupils of the room if they could name the sea- ^ sons of the year. One bright little fellow immediately responded, "yes, Ma'am, they are fishirfg season, rabbit season, partridge season and deer season."-Ishpeming Iron Ore. The war board of thc railroads says the traffic imposed by the war lis equal to carrying 120 billion tons one mile, which is more- than the combined traffic of Great Britain, Irate telephone operator to her France, Austria,  Russia and Ger- 1 here .ought to be no hesitancy |chief: "That man on Park667swore many. at me something dreadful."   Chief sons who speak against the United opcralor t0 man on iinc:   "Subscri- A prominent German Socialist has States at thi*time, or at any other Ders are not allowed to be profane now repudiated the view that there about interning loose tongued per to telephone operator:   ' Sah, girlie, I'm-hie sorry-hie-that I swore at visors will decide at the next meeting |you. And aay-hie that all; The Delta county board of super you know when to be held some time in January, i said to keep vour shirt on-hie- whether funds will be appropriated well-zats alri,--hic--take it off, aifs I Goldman & Co. We will clean and press your suit for 50 cents.   Skud,     1 BEAVER SEASON OPEN Th.- sra'irtn tVr tr.VMMu;* lw.vcr is now open and will continue until VI ay II next. licenses :otra;thca-/er may be t�bf j;nc�i itutn the county clerk. A license entitles r. ttapper to take if teen beavers, and in addition he mist file a permit from thc man upon whose land he  m;iv  intern!   to r hunt or trap, allowing hitn 'he privilege, A license costs ten dollars ind if one is not certain of titling several good skins it is rathe: an expensive pursuit. After the trapper las secured fifteen heaver?, as many is the law allows on one license, le intends to continue rraprVp-uist file another pertim ^rom nvner of the land on wltfch he 'peratin:: and ouv another lic-r.'e. file law forbids the dertrov:;v." -3 my dams or heaver houses in hum-be aver in possession must have a license seal -tttached. if is 1  ' > + ng or trapping, and   all Bowels clogged, sick headache, no un is it? Why not have that happy at.... jed cheeks that come with good ligesttou? Holiister's Rocky Motin-ain Tea mn!:er, the bowels work reg-dar, naf.tval- �v.a!;t\" vou fed like lew, Tab- it tomsht.--Wakefield Pharmacv. C! RISTMAS GIVING. LET YOUR MEMBERSHIP HELF IT TO SHINE JAMES T08IN In last week's ir.sue we announced Bel ow we list a tew or our leaders in stapl e groceries which will mean a great savings to you at these cash prices.   We guarantee these prices All other groceries will be sold at the death of James Tobin, one of the oldest and best'residents of this village,   The immediate cause  of j solved that Mt. Tobin's d�**th was ulcers of the CONDOLENCES I WakefieM Lodge No. 253, I. O O. F,, af avmeeting of ihr nrdrr or �    ri Thursday, December 5th, 10J7, re stomach. Whereas. God in hi? infinite t?ood-ness and all wise wavs has seen fit for one w eek. a similar reduction.   Remember=-Cash Only. 4 49 lbs. Flour oniy  .... 1 lb. Granulated Sugar .... \ lb. Empress Coffee..... 1 lb. Golden Cup Coffee  .... 1 lb. Wampum Coffee .... 1 lb. Peaberry Coffee . .   . Spring Valley Corn only .... Sweet Wrinkled Peas ' .    . Danish Milk only,   . 3.15 .09 .36 I        V .28 .31 .20 .13 .14 Picnic Hams per pound . Regular Hams per pound .   . Eggs per doz.    . . . Hiawatha Seed Raisins     . Large Glass Peanut Butter m 12 oz. Jar olives only Armours Oatmeal only lOlbs. Cut Spiced . Herring 10 lbs. Regular Herring .27 James,Tobin was bom at Poysppi, to remove from our midst the goof Wis.. May 24, 1863. On December wife of our Brother, Thomas Ash-26, 1887 he was united in marriage lund, and^all her to that realm a to Miss Elizabeth MtGinky at Wau- brightness where suffering and pah sau, Wi?. To them1 were bom nine Uo longer exist, children, who with \m wife survive He it resolved, that we as hiethret turn. Shortly after his marriage lie ot Lodge No. 253, I. O. O. F., ex removed to'this village and has since tend to Brother Ashlund and hi. made his home here. Mr. Tobin family our deep sympathy in thh came'from one of the old school of their hour of trial and tribulation, � i Be it resolved, that while we ex* There W n movement on foot to ubsiitule thc \nua! Christmas giving vith j^ifts of money or comforts for:-, he soldiers and nurses at home .broad. It is su^sted that even in mrchasiiif; "ifts for the children leedhil tilings should he cho; Save the smnv for  thv 3ive h'� te�! v;ik.e ithcr "wrr'\    {):� v**ur hit. The Advocate has riccivd icnu'iful hue of Christmas [:reetirig :ard samples, and will he fclatl to inw them Id all who arc interested. } y ur ni-ilrr i;i rarlv. and volt will lot bv du^ppninted in thr1 delivery. THE EARLY^HOPPER. \ \ I <1 Th now during our recent bereavement, tbe'bk that the season's ore  rV lot ' �">!'* f tjf*    imp'�. v.*': h  ^ of t W( nf \ -II', *   f(. �-,{'.     I |i.' 3 re (o ]-� po^i-iHr deatlvand burial of our beloved hur-j will equal, and may surpav, thov: r�J band and father.   Wc extend our l^t v-^r.   The rrr^at dnv.-n.-i for or-our sincefest thanks to all for the. will find manv boats ruiuum: ?.\ I many beautiful floral offctrngp. I\J|-:-. James Tobin ii|d fann'v, I mjm c  n ".\\ �   ;:   rvrv   po: t   nf maiMt-- m ii'.*-: vrai*. .w.d  bt-ar'x ?a weather will p*nnti, and Inn t s'. V: i v j  '( hyr  \\rv r.. Itrttei I F , han I 'nlv's hv.*nd^, 1 he caw v iln*\ >;ur-h . I ike �r.:rs iu;ufo :0m hci 1. i'!; lor   t!ien�-   

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