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trip. a busliH-HH and .leaiur Additional Laurium flMIAl REQUIREMENTS OF S. & D. PROVIDED fOR :..s,,n. v, lu i . I ' -I' in .1 la.-s.. ..n has n. its 1,11,11, .,,,'.: , , lo- : and with., in. lit i.li 1 1: -lull ::.i. - smw rl.r aiianu-iiieiits 1. , 1 1 1 ; i in nt I r with. nt en the ling to levy I). .1.1. IS. MARKETS ,1 IV I l!l 1 1 1 1 ' W ' .1- h ! ii'V i.uMmi :t all I t i. -i :lic in. ii k. i t .:.-.! . Wo l n lu .1 ii, think l."Hi N 1. w i I be 1. . 1. -P.-' .. . t la . ucollf in !'' "! ,. i in t :i ill' 1 illi.l . . ml l'ci ttlo activ ity he .lav wli.ii we .-("ii 1 1 1 i f - v.- an.l .'M :i IV. in.-. Vli!..l n, .1 i: i , v.- ,ii - !, iv i- : -1 1 1 t- I"- s.ii ' t!i.- n.aiket.-i ! -' i. '! I-"-"'"" , i i, ,.s v. .-! . tl low r .nut "iir .,,.! 1,. t op. tied .-l about v.-sl. -rtl.l.V.' 4 1,, ... 1 I'll in-.; alnio-t ctuir. !y i"- t. --l-'l'.ll .: :'!. 'II. 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Invent ion I Tl S.-..I.-I " "Uu- S,.iti Invent. .p f:ul. If All wnt Fr.--. SiH-ii.l lutn.f hv.I.I' l.uy II Pp t.i ...ir o n riM-iiT ;. S.-ii.t n'U'h kU.-U h or H in-I.I f.r w.i-i'i ..f PalMt.t Oitu- r.--.,riH. JM K :i r,.,p.-M-n-.1-iv.--. in .t"itii- nn.1 l.iwns. j.r M - ;--.-.-l. y w i- t .nn.-rly Art nvr .niin i- nt,r .f '-it.-"H a'i-1 i '' h ha.l full rhnrv of I S P.-.t. -,t (I",.-.-. l.ld-.KI K .v m. imiiu:, I'alri.t .ttnn j, mliiiiuloiit l. . J? . . . -i. i:,: ? Special Junior AND Babies Cigars Tlir-e rigars arc new to Houglv ton Co. smokers and have been pronounced by connoisseur! at the f.nest smokes on the market at the price. Cubs in three sues, Havana fillers. CUBS SPECIAL K). CUDO JUNIOR CUBS BASICS f. Try these Cigars Special prices on box lota. ' Billartl; Parlors HOFFENBERG BROS. Distributors. Hancock, 125 Qulncy St. P. 443 L Calumet, 332 Fifth St. P. 310 L Mohawk . 4H .la. ll.nu-r I'j N. illi l.ak.- N N.-va.la f..iis..li.lat il North llutti' 33 ' Nlplnsiritf P (U.l IK. minion 47 1 j Os.-vola 1"- Mjil.wnv ) 7 C'loIlN 2'i yuiiiO 74 IJay I'onsuli.lati-d 1 1 j Sup. post. n 7 Sup. - pitt-luiiK .... Sup. ti'.r Shannon H'4 Shattiuk PiVix Taniar.uk 3T I". S. Miriini; 'il I'tah l'i.pr 4 Ptah Ton 1" Vi.-tori., 1 W'iti.-na Wolv. run- Wati.i-.t 1 lfi' 3.' IN. P.i S3. pM, 4s'i' 1U". IS 74 17'i 33 1 I 37 44 1 n : NEW YORK STOCK!. (Gay S. Sturgis.) Opoa. rir.t.' AmaUMinat.-.l '- '' i At, his. -ii IPP'n H3 An.u. iula 4ti'4 4'i4 Sin. It. t s 7'i '! P.. P. T M p. x P''-(, Hi'-'N iii.- 37 ; 27". -:t. ...r. pi.'. p:7'4 p:7', P. X X 1-'14 l'l'. Pi;n..is ('. ntral 114; H-' M. K. X- T 3; 3fi M.i. Pa. i Ii.' r. 1 1 1 h :.i lVnt.a Ui P.-ailintf P!" 1'9S Ho.-k Plan-1 3.4 .-t. Paul 1-7'n l-'Ts So. liv 31' 31 Pliioli Pai-itiv ' 1 ' T.i, n. t'.-pp.T I"3 !' st.l 'iiuin,,ii 7s'v 7S., Stv.i PI.l US' US':. UNLISTED STOCK. .7. A. Minn, ar & 0. Fay to.'ay: YVhil. tta.lins; wa nsaln of a v.ry in-uulll.am naiutv, it i worthy of . ..iiitiu tit in iinie that cast.rn s. titl ninit. uhi. h up t.i a day or two aq.i was (ii-titu tly bullish, h; tak. n a i;. ;.iti.- f.:rn. Iralii alin.n tho lik. Ii.io"il .,f L.u.r ipiotatlon heinv; p n food. This now i'.mrl.' oiu. -. a a r suit of tlio ovt r-al'tuulaiH of inv. stiKatioiis, v. hii h l. av. . the larc husinoss fnt.-r-. -ts in a i .in.litioii hord.-t in r-los.-ly .n th.- ruori- dotnoral iz.-.l. Pntil w- .-- a :i.rir stand takon on tins.- niMtt.is wo can hardly rxp..'; t. ovp.-rlouoo aiiy broauor cov.rln in K.-n. ral bus!if ;:s- Poppor sha . won dull an-l low.r. Ix'so. w.-ro not vory ur.-at. h.ov.-v.r. Potror n.UH'o. ('. -A., and North Putt.' oach conceded a point on lisat trading. Tho salo sr .'. llii'im nt -to.-k wa-s oonduct.-d yo t.rday by Adventure, tho pharos K i i ur at an average of about r. 1 j . Trading on the enrb was without ,:ny special lnt.T.-st. P. .- M. was -lightly hluhi r. Hancock wn down to -71-. Mid ",. my was activo bo tweeti :'--h and :'",, Tho I.-iko Kf.nip was Inelin-.! to bo a trltb lower. South Lake l.r.aki cfoend for it - now .shaft Il.'Xt Week. (J. A. Mlnnear &. Co.) i'.M. ARk'l Akoniah 'i Ariz. - Mich ! ' Ahinoek lf'' Putto Palk -I'i Poland. i 3 3'i CheinunL; "''j Chi.f Cons 1 I'M P..I. Cons .4H .4". Cort.Z l'.i lH Cl in.. :34 23 v.. Cal. fori. in -"'a i-al. - M..nt .4" Cot-bin Cop ni Cactus 1 .1-" t lold vli. l.' Con '. , .( r.'i r llotne-tako ' S4 S" Indiana H'i 1 r Inspiration r' s? SOUTH DAKOTA SENATOR TAKES WHACK AT PACT "Severe and Unwarranted Blow at Agricultural Interests'Dc- clares Gamble in Sen ate Tod ay GOOD FEATURES SECURED ... FOR PARADE ON FOURTH THREE BANDS SECURED TO HEAD DIFFERENT DIVISIONS. Order of Parade Determined at Meet' ing Held Last Evening. ATTACK ON DHL CONTINUES Solon Says He Would Favor a Meas ure Fair to All Interests But Can not Support Agreement As It Now Reads. AVa - liinr.lon, i t. i iiiit; t h. s a ". - eiv D. P.. Jurte :',H. Phar r i ipro. Ity nuio.-nu rit and unwarranted blow I the :F ticultural Int. Jests of the uintry. Senator Pamhle of South Da ita to.l. iv continued tho attack on the in asuro uriiciit ;.iin!,l an and which was bosun by tho in- Koli.lt. 1 S. ' dc. 1..I..1 lie plotei tiollist dlit to ot m.a.-uio as would fa..r that was b.l ti . .it in. lit to was but tiio l Pepllbli- folt it his reciprocity l now stood. He paid he r. i iprocity w ith Canada cd n Justice and equal all intoiists. Keweenaw 3 3's Knr I.ako 5 T.'i K.atini; 3 3'i I. a Poso 4i 4 Pake Copper 37 27i I. S. & A 2 2. Live oak 20 22 Miami 22 2:"a Mont. Clinton l.'.ax . . . . New Ks 2i .Mayllowor 1 a4 2 New Paltio C, 'j Nil i.-.-ins; 10 l(l' Mil. way ' 7 ( no - 2'n Pay Cons 174 IS Pay Central l'i l v Shattnik 1 7 1 i IS Santa po.-alia 3T. .40 Sup. Ac PI.. bo 10 .1.. sup. - Pitts ir.'4 lfi11; South Pake S'i S'i Tiiolumno 4,4 4'.i Tonopah r'lt fpK P. ai l Pake f.2 C. lloiliiiser 14'i I'.in i,ino (bd.L f.o f'2 Swa-tika ; r,o fi.". Ponii. Central SI Sf, P'otno P.x 7!i Kl Preston 4( 40 Crown Char .'.0 !..'. Imperial 1" 2." t a iiioothu; of the p trade com mittee hold last evening, timber ar rangements were n.ado for Pauiiutn's bin Fourth of July parade. The or der in which the parade will bo roimoii a .1. t. i luint d and tletlultc an nouncement was made of the cnnaKo inent f tho Patirlum ami tjuiney bands, besides tho bU; hand of the Patl terpon Anuiseuietit conip.it:. Janii-M '. Wills will a-I as maiul marshal and will.' assisted by a number of aides. The parade will bo formed in the fol lowini; order: First Division. lrand Marshal: Abies; Pan.!; Can non; J. A. II.'. Spanish-American War V. ts; Company A. I'tip n. et s; Flout. I." p.lrls. Second Division. Hand; Civic )ra nizat iojis; S.-nii-mllltary organizations; l ire dopart nunt; Palithumplans; Pusiness Moats. Third Division. Patterson Hand: Patterson Shows; Allt. 'mobiles'. The program f.r tho patriotic excr lises to be i-ondejctcd from a Mand on the corner of Third and Kearsaitfe streets on the Fourth h n been prac tically completed rind Is :n follow.-: I'oncet t number Hands. opening address Chairman Joseph Wills.. Prayer Chaplain Hev. J. A. Ten llriieok. Pati I. tlc four Hoys' choir. Heading of Declaration of Inde p. n. len. o James T. Fisher. Selection pun. Is. Address Attorney A. V.. Pett-rniann. Patriotic noni? Hoys' i hoir. Closing i. layer Hev. J. A. Ten Hrocck. . Closing Folectton Hand A Salt laike I'lty vlr nqxirta: "OuriiiK May the Daly-West Co. pro duced over 3.100 tons of ore. and w hile the munaneinent persist In s.iIhk an information about mine conditions for the rexular tiuarteriy natemenic, u port li.m the property In continually Improving condition. The leanern Mie bdng xo, while the company In un lotibtedly showing a mill grade ton . . . . i i..... i..., nage mat miouiu no I'lii.iu.iiir some new mill Installation u before long. Plidernroiind ih-velopinent on tho l.Mirt and on the pnoa-root lovcu- are Haiti to bo very encouraslng. ami mr tent earnings would peem to Justify the belief that mine action by the di rectors looking to a resumption of regular dividends' may be taken at the lir.-ctors' meeting In July. On the whole it looks as though tho company Is at the 'coining ban. point. LOANS ON IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. FAUCETT DR03. & GUCK. HELPS TO WIN CASE. P. H. O'Brien Figures Prominently in Unusual Wyoming Trial. II. o'prien of Iaiuriuni, circuit -elect. Is expected home shortly Cheyenne. Wyo.. where he help win an Interesting law suit in- 1 Judfto froin ed to D S., S. & A. Ry. Excursion Bulletin Notwithstanding the fact tint there were only twenty-nine working day-t during June, owing to the fact that Minets" 1'nion dav was observed by a uiipleto suspension f mining oiora- tiotiy. tho output of tho Putte camp wan within a lew Hundred inotisanu potiiuls or that ot .May. i r.e curtail ment policy iy bt iug observed as close- ly as possible and a great amount of dev. lopment work Is being done In preparation for an increased output as soon as the deniaruis sniu war rant In development work only such .,re Is being taken out as is positive ly ni'i'i ssury. The nines tiro In bol ter condition as a rule than at any time in the past and ready for an In creased output at any time. Tho out put for the month of June was 20, 4P.',1l'o pounds. DETROIT, TOLEDO, CLEVELAND BUFFALO-Popular Week - Knd I'xcurslun by rail and lake con necting' with D. & C. Mourners leaving ft. Izn.k "e 2 'io p. m. every Saturday during June and July. Limit Sept. MONTREAL, QUEBEC, OTTAWA, NEW YORK, BOSTON and nil p-oint cast. Summer Tourist fares with limit Oct. 31 nnd very low Mmrt limit (Co days.) Ttoiind Tmirlsi fares. On sale day June 1 to Sept 30. Trip every STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE-An fiitfrlinaie leaving Calumet July 12 tf 19. rate tll.'oO. He turn limit Atiaust 31. "Stop overs at any point In Canada. We will have numerous local ex rurMons; nlso special fare in ef fect for meeting and convntlms. Please apply to agent tot full particulars. The old Colony Minin i warded a contract to lotiald calling for a .nun feet of diamond - company ha Cole K- Mac minimum of drilling. The will begin n of the St. immediately I.otiis lode. in the flot the Habit. Sr.;oke a Nestor cigar J113 CLASSIFIED ADS volving nearly $r..no(). The Wyoming Tribune of Cheyenne has the follow ing about the case: "After a trial which lasted four days the famous Taylor gold case came to an end last evening when the Jury, after deliberating three hours, found a verdict for the plaintiff.-. Hy this decision two young men named Stock well and White lecovei.-d over four thousand dollars from William Taylor of Hock Creek, Wyo., being money which they found about two years npo in the cellar of Mr. Taylor's store while cleaning It out alter a cloiid- bur.-t. The decision was for the orig inal amount, together with elht per cent interest from me time jayior took the money out of tlKdr hands, the exact amount being 4.f.47.2.". "Never In the history of Wyoming h.is nn event occurred with more ro mantic settings than this one. Tay lor is a rich man. lie 1ms lived many vears in Wyoming, nun uc'iuiie.i m- wenlth nt Hock Creek in the cattle and mercnandise bu dnes. hue nni Stockwell were Working f ir him. when cloudburst occurred and caved in tho w.'i s of h s cellar in wmcn no kept a great deal of canned goods moats nnd other provisions. He put the voting men to work denning ui the cellar and placing some props un- .tp- the store floor, and while thus en gaged they found, near one of wall-, a glass fruit Jar containing 4.- 020. all in twenty-Moiiar gom piece. "Thcv ok the money to Inramle ami deposited it In the I Irst Nation al bunk, and It soon leaked out that ii,.,.. ,n.i made the find. Mr. Taylor at once set tip a claim in me muin shin of the coin, came to I.aramle, se cured the arrest of Stockwell and White on the charge of grand larceny M-ore mi frightened that to settle the case and recure their 1H charge they gave tho money to Mr To.l .r The case decided yesterday was one In which Stockwell nnd Whit sued Mr. Taylor, pimugn ineir imi t tr mt.H-on. of Taramle nn.. in -j , Denver, to recover the money whl o,,,,. niteired thov turned over to htm through duress nnd fear." Attorney O'Hrlen assisted nthpon In the case. .vw.rw..r nt ..tiiki. I believed i i in- y .... - ..! t,. I,ni-n ir. many i:neyenne p.-..,.,.- nlaced In the Taylor cellar years ago by a gambler one of his patrons June 30, July 7-14-21 STATK OF MICH 1(1 AN, The lVubate Court for the County of Houghton. At a seiislon of said court, neia hi the Probata Office In the village or Houghton in aald county, on the th day of June A. D. IMP Present: Hon. tiro. C. Ilrntley, Judge of Probate. In the matter f the estate of Hubert i Osborne, deceased. David Osborne having filed in said court his final administration account, i ml his petition pralng for the allow- me thereof and for the assignment nd distribution of tlu residue of raid tate. It Is Ordered. That the Mth day of uly A. P., 1911. at ten o'clock in the fori noon, at said probate ottlce, be and Is hereby appointed for examining and allow ing said account and bearing said tltlon; It Is Further Ordered. That public dice thereof be given by publication f a copy of this order, for three suc- ssive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Calumet News, a news paper printed and circulated In said ounty. (Seal) OEO. C. HENTI,EY, Judge of Probate. true ropy. fleo. P. Freeman, HoRlster of Probate. Calbralth and McCormack, Attorne.vs for Estate. nusincss Address: Calumet. Mich. the Attorn who was murdered by HELP WANTED MALE. WANTED a salesman and , collector, Singer Sowing Machine Co., 423 Oth St . Hod Jar kf t House FOR SALE FOR. SAblv IJght Hrahma Cockerel and two-year-old hen. rortner JooK.i like a winner. Hlrds from the Schu- rnaker pens, Freeport, 111. Will sell cheap. A good opportunity to get cnod light Frnhrmi strain Apply 214 Flghth Ktroot. lied Jacket. y FOR RENT. Foil PENT . room, modern tlat, 21 Florida St., fjitirium. J-l Mill HEN T 1 room hcjse with con ventences and good l.x-ntton r linr- lutn for small family. Apply Nara Sin dlo Calumet, J.iO MEETING IN FLORIDA. Numberino to be Considered Tomorrow Evening. A public meeting of nil residents of Florida location will be held Saturuay ovonlnrr at 7 o'clock, for ine puip.- nf considering the establishment of vslem of house numbering for that i..ii.... A l-l. iri.l. i is oeyoii.i m- i". .ii.",.. nu- ,f tua villa co of liurlum nn ll.lll. rt i-i hlch has Just been pro vided for In that village, cannot extended to Florida, the residents are re.rulrcd to act Independently. Florida is anxious to ihnre, in free delivery or man. wnicn n is i"T ed will soon be granted for iJiurlum M.i,i..i.ti t-enlle thit It is time to take action. Every resident of Flor Ida location is urged M be present LEGAL NOTICES. Immediate Wire Service i " i Accurate and prompt information on all securities. Quotation on all markets including Duluth Curb, Salt Lake stocks, Cobalt and Porcupine flotations. Telehone us at any time. Paine, Webber & Comp'y J. A. MINNEAR & CO. BROKERS Calumet, Mich. Laurium Mich. MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK MARKET DULL AND SLIGHTLY LOWER. V COPPER SHARES WEAK. EASTERN SENTIMENT BEARISH. - A CURB LIST CHANGED LITTLE. , . Salt Lake, Cobalt and Tonopah Stocks Quoccd Constantly Direct Copper Wire Con- MMItBMMMMaMBaMaMaMaMMI necting All Our Offices With Boston and New York Giving Our Customers the Bene fit of Instantaneous Service GAY Sc STURGIS BANKERS AND BROKERS MEMBERS BOSTON STOCK EXCHANGE 101 Milk Street Boston, Maaa. Calumet Branch I 1US Fil th Street Phones: North M 3-8 14 Roy A. Young, Manager June 23-30 July 7-14. STATE OF MICHIOAN. Tho probate court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held nt the probate office in the village or Houghton, In nall county, on the Jrd day of June, A. P.. 1911. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Pent ley. Judge of Probate. In tho Matter of the Estate of Henry owe. Deceased. ' William Henry Howe having filed In aid court his petition praying that a tain instrument In writing, pur ioitiiiir to be the last will and testa ment of said deceased, now on 111 In said court be admitted to probate, and the administration of said estate be granted to William " Henry Howe or to some other suitable person. It is Ordered. That the fifteenth day of July. A. P., 1911. at ten (10) o'clock In the forenoon, nt said probate office, be and Is hereby nppointed .for hearing raid petition: It is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, once each week for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Calumet News a. newspaper printed nnd circu lated In said cviunty. (Seal) VlEO. C. BENTLEY, Judge of Probate. A true copy. Oer. P. Freeman, Register of Probate. A. W. Kerr, Attorney for Petitioner. Easiness address; Calumet. Michigan. THE WAY TO HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT IS TO START ONE There must be a BEGINNlNGtometime. Delays are only a waste of time. One Dollar wdl start. Every additional dollar will help. THIS BANK INVITES YOU. Interest paid on Savings Deposits. THE CALUMET STATE BANK Calumet, Mich. Capital Surplus and Profits $100,000.00 50,000.00 Register of probate, A. W. Kerr, Attorney for petitioners. Easiness address: Calumet, Michigan. , 14. 1, S, 21. 14. As the Ml mestlc Amy Wcarne. teacher of do science In the Calumet blg.i FEAT TO KENT On Qutncy street, (.MOol accepted a position nt O- elght rooms, an modern conven-1 ,nr Rapids, Iowa. lences, suitable for club or boardlne-1 t ft trnrlen. president of the Pe- house. Apply to J. C. Donahue, Han-I r,,it Ufe Insurance company and cock. tf -ri nt rjinm.t 4. Ttiected here Juno 23-3irJul.V STATE OF ailCllIOAN, Tho Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said court, held at tho probate office In the village of Houghton, In said county on tne 3rd day of June. A. P. 1911. Present. Hon. Ceo. C. Hontlcy, Judge of probate. ' In the Matter of the Estate of Anas- tapla Cuddihy, Deceased. John P. Cuddihy nnd Edward F. Cuddihy, having filed in said court their petition praying that a certain Instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of said de ceased, now on file In said court be ad mitted to probate, and the adminis tration of raid estate be granted to John p. Cuddihy an Edward F. Cud dihy. or to some other suitable per son. It Is Ordered. That the fifteenth (ir.th) day of July, A. P., 1911. at ten (10) o'clock In the forenoon, nt said probate olflce, be and is hereby np pointed for hearing said petition. It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof bo given iby publication of n copy of this order, once in each week for three successive weeks s..re vlous to said day of hearing, in the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. (Seal) GEO. C. RENTEEY, A true copy. Jud!( of Probate Geo. D. Freeman, Publish June lf, 23, SO, July 2s, An.?. 4. u. is. :, Sept MORTGAGE SAEE. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage made by John Williams and Caroline Wil liams, his wife, of Caluinet lownnhip, Houghton county. Michigan, parties of the first part and William If. Faucett of the same place, party of the necond art, bearing date the fifteenth day or 'ebruary, A. D., i!'7 and rc.rded in the ofllce of the register of iIi-ciIh for the county of Houghton, Michigan, on the twenty-sixth day of February, 1907, In Liber "JJ" of Mortgages on age 222, which said mortgage was du ly assigned by the said William H. aucett to John Hoffman of Calumet township, Houghton county, Michigan, bv a certain assignment of mortgage bearing date the llrst day of February, 1909 and recorded In the office of the eglster of deed for tl. county of Houghton, Michigan, on tins fourth Jay of February, 1909, In Liber "SS" of Mortgages on page 3, on which said mortgage there la claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the sum of one thousand two hundred sixty and GS-100 ($1 2C.(l.r,.S) dollars, and no Milts or proceedings at law lu equity having been Instituted to recover the moneys secured by Kald mortgage or my part thereof; "NOW, -THEREFORE. HY virtue of the power of sale contained In Paid Mortgage and the statutes In such case ma.li; anil provided, r.otp-o is hereby given that on tho ninth day of j ropiemner, A. i ., i:ui. ni ion o click In the forenoon thore'will be sold at public auction to Ihe highest bidder at the front door of toe Court Hoiu-e In the Village of Houghton In the County, of Houghton, Michigan (that being the place where the Circuit Court for the said County Is hold.-n) the premises described In said mort gage, or so nun h thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount due on said mortgage, with seven per cent Interest and ull legal costs us provid ed for In said mortgage and an at torney foe of Thirty-live (3.".) dollars, its also provided for In said morlgai'.e. The premises described in said mort gage being all that certain piece or parcel of land situate and being lu the township of Calumet in the County of Houghton and State of Michigan and described as follows. to-wit: Iot numbered Three (3) in Hlo. k niini lu re.l Sixty-two C2) of the ninth Ad dition to tho Village of Laurimn. ac cording to the recorded plat thereof ."i m I.. lw. ..ilW... ..f tlin Hoe-inter of Poods for said County of Houghton, subject however to the restrictions, conditions, reservations and agr - ir.ents contained in a deed of tho nbove described premises from i-'nfl Hollmann and Bertha. E. H.dlmann. Ins wife, to John Myers, together with lb" tenements, hereditaments .and appur tenances thereunto now or hen-after belonging or in any wise appertaining or thereupon situated. Paled this lSth day of June, A. u. 1911. John Hoffnian, Assignee of Morlgm A, E. Pctermann, Attorney for Assignee. P.usiness Address, Calumet, Michigan. COLLCOE. r MICHIGAN COLLEGE OF MINES F. W. McNalr, President located In Ike Superior dis trict Mine, and mill, accesslbij for college work. For Year Bo nnd Record of Graduate aPP'r 10 President or Secretary, umiftHTON MICHIGAN" v ' UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERl Harper-Thomas Oo. UNDERTAKERS AND EMDALMERj Phone 14 Holm.r. Bldfl, Calumet, M' AH call, attended to either day " nioht. Wa alto handla fresh eut era for any occasion. , '