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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1fH.
PAGE THREE THE CALUMET NEWS Hancock Department SEVERAL ENTERTAINMENTS. planned by Hancock Hibernians for .the Winter Season. s.-li'S of CUttl til i 11 II I l-H I IS is li. ,u ni ranged by Division Ifo. i. Ancient order "f Hibernians i)f Hancock, I n n ptnbcri and their friends, to be given during the current winter season. The t l i pf these Wm bike place next gunda) evening. Novernbcr 28. a cir cular relative to the entertainments hae been issued by the ecretar of the lodge, as rollow: Division No. 1, of llaiicook. hn vc plana)! a eesiei of mtoetniuiiiinli (or member and their friends The first , id,, (.cilts will (iik.- pla.- Sum'av , , , nig. November 2tilh at s o'clock. in the i ntertuinmcnt lint- tin re w n , must'', sltlKiiiK. whistling and a h short addresses, after which a tight lunok 0 HI hi; serv d. M. tubers may bring tholr wives or ladj frienda us It is to ho an op. g meeting. w , ,iis wish to rail your attention to the special meeting to ho hold PVi- da efeoing, November 24th. as it is Verj Important that we should have a largo attendance. Bungay, Noyeuuber lith. regular meeting ,lt - P. Brothers vw wish i,. impress mi oiir mind the ! i i th it i in attendance nt meetings an not tin .V . Iliillld lie. No other M IS i, i an atteml to your business us well as youreeiCj and as a member the busi- i , done is part of ours. CONTEST DATES NAMED. High School Students Preparing For O'atoi cats. Definite announcement was received wstcrday of the dad:, fixed by the Michigan High School oratorical iss,.. elatlog for the various con teat to be held in this state us follows: I .i al contest March 1. Sub-district eontest April 5. DiatHet eontest April :''.. i Ina stato oonteal May in. The same schools will comprise the ..al rub-district this year as last year Haitoagg, CUlumet, Houghton, Ontonagon, Pulnesdalc, L'Anse, hollar Ba) and Lake I. In. Ion. Principal ( '. 1,. Phelpa of Calumet is chairman of tin uh tBaii'lel vrfclch is a pan or oil Irlci No. 5. Although It Is still four months be fore tlx- local oonteal is to he held, p reparation! win ! oamnMmced Im m dlatet) alter t'ho gnri of tin- y ear ami it i expected that each school win 1 1 rept'es. ntod by strong declakneri nd orators this year. SUCCESSFUL HUNTERS. IT. If, V. DcMass, Andrew lira in and K. A. Hamilton returned this morning from their camp at Huron where they hnyo been deer hunt- eaeh one Hiirri iv'ln? in llllitir his i ns.. and brlnuttu back their tro tids matnlng in a gnoottue launch in which the trip was made. The ro- matnder of tke party was also equally RU) Peaafnl and w ill come home today b) i r i in. The others are H. '.. Mroek. Clyde McKeuate. Jolm D. Crawford ami Orange win . l r, INJURED IN COLLISION. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert WWrlnc of Ihltte, Mont., arrived yesterday for a -it with relatives here. Mrs. W'or- rlng haa hut recently recovered from tin effect of serious injuries received t. . tdly In a collision between a it reel arand an automobile recently at Butte 'i which the little dntiKhter of Mr. and Mis. Worrlnir was killed The family !' niie'ly lived at Lake Linden. BIG PYTHIAN MEETING. Members of the Hancock lodge of til. Knlgktl "f Pythias will attend a l i' meeting of Columbia lodge nt Hottghtofl this nrtntng. at which there v Ml be work In ttie third rank and a ooclal s sslon. Tito Hancock, knlKbts v ill isseinble In Trout or th Kauth l.'iildluK and will proceed to Houghton In a body. TO TAKE NEW POSITION. BmQy Hnekett. for the past ' rt n roara agent gad operator for tl . si. rn tTnlon Teleurapb npatiy Il litis city, has tendered her refjgnk t ii ' the coinpnny. to take a position chief clerk nt the Dpttglaaa ll..iie in HougktOfL Miss Hackett has not y I lern advised of the dnte of her oi's arrival. DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCAIP YIFLD TO ZFMO TREATMENT Why should you continue to exp. '""in with salves, greasy lotions and fancy half dressing trying to rid your calp or germ life. They can't do it '".iiiis,. they cannot penetrate to m eat or the trouble and draw the germ ! i" the surface of the scalp and i y it. Why not try a lunvK MaMflDf One that will do thin. We have a rem Wy that will rid the acnlp of perm "I and In this way will cure DAN DRUPF and iTt'inxa hcalp. This remedy tn ZKMO. a clean, re "1eJ, penetrating scalp tonic that Roes ' 'I't t the seat of the trouble and nrhos the germ life to tho aurface fid destroys It. A shnmpoo with ZKMO (ANTMBP T1H) soap and one applirntlon of 8KMO will entirely rid the acalp of ""'driirr nnd tcurf. Do not hesitate, ' " Ket n bottle of ZI'.M ' ! Mv. 1' n tl On A nnor nrln.-loln ntlll 111 do Sacfly what a-e claim for It fold nnd endorsed hv Eaale Drug MAENNERCHOR CONCERT. "III "f tl,.. llancck Mac,- " ever, W m " nigh, for th.-ir annual nutertaia in io i,. jrivt-n on x,. Tears , year there will In- tin Client lint uio prom-am will consist i,r ,.,.,,,...,i nuiiiheis. choruses n, n... ,. .. Houghton and Cahimet Maenaerchof octotlca am ' "an i to follow I l.. It,., to Now I'Yar's ,, falling on Sunday. i . preeaWM that th. entertainment will l. Kven , ,, Satur.l-av evening He vemher 30. It will as usual be in the I K i mania liall CHILD DIES AT OSKAR. Rone; the thkrteen-yeer.oM Innghtar "f Mr. and .Mrs. Timothy Ylitalo or "skar died yeeterday mornlna of I'-a unionla. Tin. fun, , , W . held tomorrow after rroai the house, with si rvieea eondu. ted by ltev. John i:a,k af liancocu. Interaaent win he at the ( tfikar eenn ti ry. V HANCOCK BREVITIES A meeting of the Ripley tire depart ment will oe held this evening for the purpose of dlaonjMdng the Bjaaatteg id' holding a dame next month. Charlaa Labao of kouth Pakrta. is visiting friend' in Han. ock, Mr. l.aU -i. was lot-in, i -h a Im al eontractor and erected a aumber of the residences in West Hancock. The am I dance of the Copper Kim,- II.. m. te ad of the lirot herhood of American feomen win he held tit the Odd I'"' Hows' hall on the evening of Thursday. November 23. . I j. I.awton and C. L. r.nwton or Hancock were among the guests at a dinner ptvag by former Repreaonta- tie Hanoi at his camp near Arvon, In fiar.ma comity on Sumlay. The Ladlen Aid society or the Por tage Lake Bnpttai church will hold a sale of hOWlO baked goods on Saturday afternoon next at the store corner of Ifeanard at d Qulncy streets. The choir of the Pewable Melhodi t lepiacopal church win hold a concert in the church on Saturday evening, with an extensive program of musical OUm here, VOCal and Instrumental A tall against a sewing machine re sult, d in the cutting of a severe gash oil the h I Df the four , ar old ol M r, nrd Mrs. Oeear May of Hancock street. ir. Roberts attanded till youngster and sewed up the cut. Street Commissioner Roakteg yee 1 1 rda started work on the removal of the snow piles from the sides Ouiticy strict and depositing the snow- In the mVine near the Kerredge th ten St. Anlhon' s soiinllly of tin- new Qulncy Catholic church made their en trance Into local social affaire with card party and lum heon held ' ast eve nimr nt the St. Joseph's ball in llan- c. el; A birthday surprise party was ten dered t. Mrs. Mandus Barrett wife of the pastor of the Hancock Coograanv ttonnl okurcht at her home on Hanonck street veaterdar afternoon, bs ladies of the churcli. Yesierdiiy was the last day for pay ment of water taxes for the ipin'-t with discount ..r ten per cent allowed and there was a steady stream r wa tor consumers at the office or the clerk all day. anno vThtttlla, a trammer at th Uulncy II at St. Joseph's hospital, hav ing been injured by a fall in RtUuthottee .... ssn.i.liic HMiraiM as a result of mtMiaa his footinir while at work In the shart house. Ingot Tent. No. 241. Knights of the Modern Maccabees, will hold a meet ing of importance this evening, the spe.'al business being in relation to the transfer of insurance from the old to the new bnsls. RENOVATING A SWEATER. The girl who has spent her summer at the aatinm or the mountains tlmhi her sweater unw eatable by rail. The first Impulse is to send It to a good , , r. This is the easiest solution, hut too costly r..r many gtrhk who must choose between soiled white sw . atera or dark ones. H,r. is how one feH solves the problem. When it has POoeoee Knm. she makes i white soup, ter until It thick amis .r any k""" llrst dissolving It In wa Is a thick Jelly. The sweater I put In ami worse,, up ...... gown many times. Care must he taken ..... ... r,.l, the wool, not even through , ,1,1. .Ir.tehes it out of the hiimis. hs hm ihape. If the garment la much soiled It Is sometimes nei-ssnry to use two ot three suds. These and the rlnsl,. w ater should be kept at me same ,-... perntu . p., t mucn more ,,... Occasionally a little borax or n w arm. WOnfal of ammonia may DO wmm paful of water, but this should tensi to a ,,nlv be done ir tne swe... . .,t , l. an w ithout. Afta washing ant the sweater hi from th the . ..nil el I fir wni'i n throimh It until etitltf Sl'IS". . thi hr clear. rreH BClltll H..i..r. pjgjej of tho tub. lulnl. Ill both 1,11 I do nol Wllllg rlnslm: nnd wmmmtm the object 's t tog. th r In a Ina. i !.,. readv ,, keep the caimem '" ball to prevent stretch- large pillow rn.' and Pta the Into It " .. ,.... line, where It gets ....r, t.l 1 IO I ,'""- - partially 'ry side, then on ,!., alf and sun Whi n . .. . ilrat on otn bent ine . f.,rnltiirc beat- the a ,thei wltn a W ICR. I ' ' Unies until the ....... I sev.iai .ler l? entirely dry s x x x x x x x x x x X . - rnnll GOOD return; NEWS WAN i xxxxxxxxx V TORCH LAKE I WEDDING AT ST. JOSEPH'S. Miss Alice Beaudom and John R Main Are Married. The St Jos, pli s .rcb of Iake Lin den was the si . in- of ti ver prettj weddliiR t hi.-; mornliiK. when MImm Alice lle.iudoin, dauKhter of John . Heau t'oin and John H. Main were united. Rev. yrr N. J. Raymond olilclated The wedding was a complete surprise to Mi. many friends of the .oun pco id.-. Mr. and Mis. Main left on the Copper ItnggeJ Litnltil this afternoon for Chicago, u hi ti they will spend 'heir honeymoon. On tlieir leiurn, the Will make their home in l.ikc l.imicn, here the gTOUW condui ts a saloon on Hi. comer of Klrst and t'niuuut streets. THE BLACK PLAGUE. Dr. A. F, Kis. her of Hubbell will de liver his special lecture. "The Black Plague," at the like bin den theater ..morrow evening. The lecture Is for III n only and boys over fifteen years 1 age. I 'iinshlerahle preparation was reipiir d horore this lecture was ready or the public und It litis been dcllver 'd with much success at Hubtn ll. The aotnre win be illustrated with sterc iptlcon slides. SPECIAL MASS TOMORROW. Special services will he held at St adlta church of Hubbell tomorrow la honor of the feast of St. Cecilia, St Cecilia being the patron saint of th tburch. Rev. ir. glimnalinnii win b. isslsted by severnl visiting pastor-1 High mass will be conducted at 8 o'clock in the morning and there will in a s,.,i;l service at 7:30 in the evening. SUCCESSFUL NIMRODS. Win and Rugene Bthlor and dwnrd Hosang have turned from a success ful hunting trip to the vicinity of Mud bike, each of the hunters having one d.er. A. : TORCH LAKE BRIEFS. d '! Mr. and Mrs. William Moyer have returned fnuii a honey moon trip to Milwaukee. Racine and other cities. The Christian Kndeavor society of Huhhell will meet liiday evening. There will be a program and import ant business w in ie eonatdered, Lunch on win he nerved, The ljike Linden fire department will comluct Its animal dancing party at the city hall on Thanksgiving night. The Iwike Linden orchestra will ten der music. Tho Young Men'a Racial Club of Lake Linden will give a darn ing party at the ally h ill this evening. Tho Cal umet and llecla orchestra has pre pared a fine program for the occaalon. NEW TURRET DESIGNS. Three 14-Inch Guns in "Cheesebox" on U. S. S. Oklahoma. Washington, Nov. L'l. Three It- Inch guns will appear in each of two turrets on 'he giant battleships Okla homa and Nevada, bids for the con struction of which are to be received kg the an try department next month That this Innovation is included In thr design or tho new vessels has just be- come known and is exciting consider able Interest in naval circles. No shl now afloat has more than two big gum in a turret, and while Italy and RuaaJl are bniltlitiir several vessels with this feature, they will use lL'-lnch rifles. The primary purpose of ooncentrat iug guns in fewer turrets is to reduce tonnage. On the Oklahoma nnd Ne vada the weight of one great turret w ill be eliminated, as with the m w imnmnl onlv four turrets will he fOgUkOd for main batteries of () 14 Inch lilies. The New York and Texas now und. r construction, will be tin only craft In the world with 14-Inch main batteries, but are deetgnod along the ol 1 lines, with their big guns plac ed tWO In euch of five turrets. With the completion of the New- York and Texas the fnlted States will wrest from Crcat liritatn the dlstim tlon of having the world's heaviest armed warships. At present Kngland's IP, ,',-ineh gun ships hold this place, the merl.an commissioned dreadnoughts carrying only 12-incr, rifles. Heretofore it has been held thai tilt 16-inch rifle used In coast defense bat terles never would be practicable aboard a battleship because of the trc nendous recoil. It is now believed however, that I turret ulntform that would stand the strain frmtt the recoil ,.r ihi.il. 14. Inch etaai certainly would hold up under the firing of two IS on bora A Lead Pencil Danger. In tho t'nltod States tho dnnner of putting pencils in tho mouth haa long been recognized, and In all the schools cvi'tv precaution Is taken to prevent tho Interchange of pencils aa well al the molstonlng of them with the llpi A great many children and even their elders, who ought to know better, per slat In putting pcnclla Ir rhelr moutf regnrdless of the riak they run. Clear Brains and food spirits conic naturally when tlw stomach i tip t its work, th' Hvir and bowels active niul the blood pure. lk-t ter con- rlitimn alwnvs follow the use of BEECHAM'S PILLS Sold Ererrwhere. In beset 10. mmi 2 Be ALDRICH EXPLAINS HIS PLAN TO IMPROVE lilt MONETARY SYSTEM OF UNI I ED STATES (Continued from pAxt One.) association to fix Pates foi re-dlacounte. which must be uniform throughout the country. "(7) To give to tin Reaerve Associa tion power to profe. i its own reserves. ami thus liable it at all times to per form its most Important function, that of sustaining the i redlt of communi ties and the eoiintr. I',,, this purnoae the association Is required to kei p its assets always In liquid form, and Its ro-dtecountg and Investment! must be in shori-tinie paper .r at curltles. T enahl - the assiH'la 1 1 . 1 1 to strengthen It own reserves It may Hist attract gold from other countries by an advance in the discount rate second, purchase and borrow gold. thud, buy and sell foreign cxehar"Ke through its constitu ent members or its .i-respondents or agents in foreign countries. A large portfolio of short-lime foreign bills has been round atoewhere the most ef feetlve means for Increasing Ike paid supply of countries and preventing its exportation in critical times. "In order to establish a wider dis count market in this country the plan establishes a standard of commercial iwper, of notes or bills of exchange is sued or drawn for agricultural, com mercial or industrial purposes, which are available for re-discount at the bra iiches of the reserves association, sc. ond. it allows national banks to tho extent or one-hall tin jr capital, to accept properly secured draHs drawr upon them -drawn with documents at t.o Ii. d. or against cotton, wheat or other products in transit or in warc hoUOOO, It authorizes the National Re serve Association t buy and sell in this country and abroad bills of x- i hangc drawn on foreign- countries, based on transactions In American products or to pay for our puivhasi abroad. It gives in this manner a na tional ami inti rnntlonal currency, l newer and wider market to notes, ac- eptanccs and bills of exchange based n the agricultural end other products f the Cnited States. "It authoil.es tie- organization of banks in foreign countries to assist in the extension of our international trade. "The dividends Of the Association to its stockholders are limited to five per ent. and the association for the Im portant privileges granted to It, pays franchise or other taxes, which are Itilvalent to the excess of its net urnings above dividends. It Is esti mated that tho amount to be paid in to the treasury of the Cnited States ill increase the revenues of the gov- rnnieiit al bast liti..n millions of o- irs annually. It requires the association to facil itate domestic exch tngi s by transfer of halan. es from one branch of the asso- iation to another. It admits state hanks and trusts companies t.. membership in the or ganization under provisions which co rd I nate the conditions of membership f all banks with reference to the haracter of their reserves against de mand .and time deposits, ami with ref- renco to the character and number f examinations, nnd as to frequent y Mid character of reports of condition. rhe treatment of time deposits is be lieved to be euitahle to banks oT all las-es. It Is believed thnt the ehar- ICter of examination and the en forced publicity of frequent reports will prove an important factor In era iling public confidence in solvent In- tltutlona, "It libcraliz. s legislation w ith ref- rence to national banks, first, by tin provisions with reference to time io- oslts to which I have referred, and see - nd. by provisions authorizing thcs nanks to establish savings departments mil to loan a portion of savings d posits upon real estate, subject to proper regulations." CHOICE DELICACIES. Walnut Dessert a quarter of a pound al aboil d Will of tw nuts, one cupful of milk, yolks cgKS. three tank-spoonfuls ..f suuar one cupful of whipped cream. half teaspoonful of vanilla extract, f tablespoonruls of powdered n latin.- little chopped lemon Jellv llll.l I few tystalized vi.d.ts. Put the walnuts on a tin and must them in the oven for a tew minutes; then crush them with a rollintr pin. Mix the eggl and sugar in a saucepan and add th. milk Stir over the tire until It begins to thicken: It must not boll. Strain Into basin and add tho walnuts, the gela tine dissolved III water, vanilla and whipped cream Stir occasionally an III It almost sts; then pour It info not mold. Put t lie mold in a cool pis until firm. Turn out onto a pretty dish and decorate with the chopjx d J. and the violets. Chicory Salad. Wash th i i..-ory well and then pine In Ice wnter !' r half an hour. Cut th root entirely off, hut gbevg the wtmir bead In Its n itural shape on a Inrge plate nnd dresa nt the table as fid lows: Mix a Trench dressing with four tablespoonruls of olive oil. chilled, to one of red v iuegar. Season with a tablespoon 1 1 i.f salt anil ono-iiarter of tint amount df black pepper. Stir together till thick. Dross the chicory well with thU sauce and then add chopped bit of any kind Of boiled .r fried fish, aubatltntlng. If neceeaary. coarsely cut hard belled eggs. Cocoa Frpp: Stir tc.getlur one-nuarter pound of cocoa and one and one-half cups f uaar. Ron iveg the mixture one cup of boiling ureter and cook until smooth and shlnv. dd a scant two onnrtp .f niik. to ohich a stick r etungmou ims been added Roll ten minutes Beat the white r.l an egg until stiff, add me-half cm of augnr and a half pint of whipped ream and stir Into the hot cocoa mixture. Cool, add a scant half teaspoonful ot vanilla and rrcey.o. Serve In glasses with a spoonful of whipped cream on top. "Not until Dec. 10." says a Stock- hatm bite, in the Berliner Tugabmtt, "Will the eleventh distribution or the Nobel nrlM take place, but In the y. b mill, world It seems to be already und. rat I who will receive the awards." Th. writer adds that fir the physic prize Kdison will hue m my and probably a majority or votes, al though he will be opposed tiy the strictly theoretical men of science who cannot forgive him his qualities as a practical inventor. Notwithstanding this, his achievements In the fields of physics and chemistry will probably win for him one of the two prizes. LEGAL NOTICES. Nov. 7, 14. U, 28. STATK OW MICHIGAN, Tho Probnte Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate office tn the Village of Houghton In said County, on the third day of November A I). 1011. Present: Hon. Geo. ('. Itctitlt y, Judge of ProbatP. In the mutter of the estate of Hi- baoaa Jgokn Aeaoaaod. George Jacka. administrator of the said estate, having filed in said court his final y'liiinistrution account, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof and r.r the assignment and distribution of the residue of said es tate. It Is ordered. That the first day or Dei ember A. I). 1911. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate ofti. e. be and Is hereby appointed for examining ami allowing said account ami Rearing said petition. It Is Further Ordered. That peJbkV notice thereof be given by publl. ation .r a copy of this order, once each week, lor three successive weeks pre vious to said da.- r hearing In the Calomel News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. (Seal) GEO. C. BKNTI.KY, true copy. Judge of Probate. Lillas G. Mitchell, ROgteter of Probate. A, v.. Pi termann, Attorney for Administrator, liuslmss address: f 'nlumet, Michigan. Nov. 7. 14, 21, 28. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a aesslon of said Court, held at the Probnte Office In the Village of Houghton In said County, on the third day of November A I). 1911. Present: Hon. George C. Bentley, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of James Itowe, deceased. Joseph V. ScloVn, executor of the last will and testament of ahl deceas- d. having filed in said curt his peti tion prnying that the time for the pre sentation of claims against said estate be limited and that a time and place !. appointed to rOOOlVe, examine and ad just all claims and demands ngalnsl said deceased by and before sa d 'onrt. It Is Ordered, That four months from this date he allow -d for creditors to present claims against said estate: It Is l-'urlher ordered, That the l.'.th biv or March. 1912. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate om be and Is hen-bv appulnted for the e uinlnutlon and adjustment of all claims and demands against said deceis.d and that notice thereof be Klven by publication once each week, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said County. (Seal.) GEO. C. PENTLET. Judge of Prolate A true copy. Lillas G. Mitchell. Register of Probate. V E. I'eterniann. AttontOj r.r Executor. Nov. 7. 14. It, 2R. STATE Of hflCHKl Mi, The Probate ('ourt for the County of i lough ton, At n session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in the Village of Houghton In said County, ag the third day of November A, P. 1911. Present: Hor. Geo. ('. Rentley, Judge of Probate. In the mutter of the estate of Johan na Grierson. deceased. John Grierson. administrator do bon is nun of said estate having filed in said court his final administration a. count, nnd his petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assign nicnt and distribution or the residue or said estate. . It Is Ordered, That the first day of December. A. D 1911. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office. le nnd Is hereby appointed for avMalnlm and nllowlng aaid account and hearing said j tltion. It Is Further Ordered. That publl. notice thereof be given ny puunnu tlon of a copy of this order, once ench week, for three successive weeks pre- vlfiaae in anld dav of hearing, In the ilumet News a newspoer prime" and circulated In "aid county. (Seal) Q BO, C HENTl.ET. true copy. Judge of Probnte Llllns O. Mitchell. Register of Probnte. V K. Petermnnn. Attorney for A.lmlnls.retnr. Rusiness address: Calumet. Michigan. Nov. 7. 14. 21. 28. ST TK OF 'Ml' nilOAN. The probate court for the County ot Houghton. At a session of said court, held at the private office In the vtllaae of Houghton In eald county, on the Third day of November A. D 1911 Present, Hon. George C Bentley Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the K-Tit. ..f James (Irlerison. Deoensrt Edward S. Grierson. administer of said eetate having filed In said court his final admtnli'ratlon account, and la al lint 4L An Exquisite Example of Wilbur Flavor Ask your dealer for "Wilburbuds" and refuse counterfeit. Beware of imitations of whieii there arc many. FOR YOUR PROTECTION. Wilbur' Budt rc put up in boxes-in l.uir gaOfl 10c. 25c.. hall pound (nJ nn, pound. If your dealer haai.'i ihcm. aimply wrile ua. We will aend mort-lkana boa f'r dollar or a trial bo fur 10 cent a. H. 0. WILBUR & SONS, Inc. Manufacturers. Other famous Wilbur creations are : Wilbur's Cocoa Ve lour and American Milk Chocolate Eating Chocolate) and Deaaert Chocolate.-! with H tlbur flavor. ills petition praying Tor the aUoeOOOl thereof and for tho gaaggMaMt and distribution of the residue of said es tate, It is or.b n d. That the first d..y of Donoanbor a. D. ion, at tea o'clock la the forenoon, at soi.l prolmte office, be ai d Ih hereby appointed for examin ing and allowing said account and hearing said petition ; It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication f a copy of this order, once in each week for three successive weeks previous to said day or nearinK the Calumet News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. (Seal) GEO. C. I'.ENTLKY. A true copy. Judge of Probata Lillas Mitchell. Register of Probate. . K. I'etermann, Attorney for Administrator. BtlOltteOg. addr. -. Calumet. Mich. Nov. 7. 14. 21. 28. STATK OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Houghton. At a session of aaid Court, held at the Probate Office In the Village of Houghton In said county, on the 6th day of November A. 1., 1911. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Bentley, Judge of Probate. In tho Matter of the Estate of John 1 1. Weldeltnan, 1 used. John S. Weldolman having filed In said Court his petition praying that the time for the presentation of claims against said estate bo limited and that a lime and ptnOO UO appointed to re ceive, oxumine and adjust all DBabM ami demands agiiinsl said d. cased by and before said Ooag It is Ordered. That four months from this date be allowed Tor cnuit ors to present claims against said estate. It Is Kurt her ordered. That the sub day of March, 1912. at ten o'cl.Hk in the forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for the ex amination and adjustment of all claims and demands against said de- eased, nnd that notice thereof bo giv en by publication once each week, tor three successive weeks previous to Id day of hearing. In the Cahimet News, a newspaper printed ami cir culated in said county. (Seal) GEO, C. RENTLEY, Judge of Probate. A true fopy. Lillas Q, Mitchell, Register of Probate. II Nov. 7-H-21-2S Dec i-u 19-2fi Jan. 3-10. M 'R INr.M '.l" SALK. Default having been mad.- in th. conditions of a rtaln mortgage t hv Roderick B. Trathen and Elizabeth . Tnithen. his wife, of Calumet town ship. Houghton county, Hientgun, i""-- tlcs Of the first part, and John Hoffman of the same ptaoe, l'arty of the second part, b.xtring date June 22, 1907. and recorded 111 the office of the Register of Deeds for tho ejounty of Bought. n Michigan, on the twenty-fourth day of Juno A. D. 1907. In Liber "QQ" of Mortgages on paRe 32. on which said mortgage there Is claimed to be due at the dnte of this notice tho sum af one thousand fifty-seven nnd Ifi-pin (1667.1V) dollars, and n suit or pro ceedings at law or in equity having been Inatltuted to recover the monry secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. N THEREFORE Tiy virtue of the p..v.ir Of sale contained In said mort gage nnd the statute In such cases made and provided, notice is hereby given that on the eleventh day of January, A D., 1912. at 10 o'cbck In the forenoon there will be sold nt pub lic auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house In the vilbige or H'.nahton. in the county or Houghton. Michigan, (that being the place where the Circuit Court for the said county f Houghton Is holden) .THE OLSOM ESTATE TOKHITUREinfDERTAKIIfG SCOTT 4aT. CALUMET MICH. TELCPHONE NORTH 41. Why Buds Are Counterfeited Wilbur's Buds arc the most tempting form in which chocolate has ever been offered consequently, the most widely imitated. But it isn't their shape that makes them so ravish ingly delicious. It's the famous Wilbur flavor and a certain melting smoothness that marks the genuine Wi lb v R'S Bvds Philadelphia. Pa. tho promises described in said mort gage or so much thereof as may be m conoary to pay the amount due on laid Mortgage with seven per cent In terest and all legal costs as provided for In said mortgage and an attor ney foe of thirty-five dollars aa also provided for tn said mortgage. The premises described In said mort gage were all that certain piece or par cei of land situated and being In tho tow aahaa af Cnrnmot, county of Houa-h- ton and state of Michigan and des scribed as follows: Lot numbered tw.nty-two 22) In Block numbered twenty (20) of the Third Addition to tho Village of Calumet, according to tho recorded plat tin reof on tile in the office of tho Register of Deeds for said county of Houghton, together with the tenements, h. r. ditamcnts and appur teaoaaeoi thereunto now or hereafter belonging or in any wise appertaining or thereupon situated. Dated this sixteenth day of October, A. D.. 1911. John Hoffman, Mortgagee. A H. Petermnnn, Attorney for Mortgagee, Business addt. ah Calumet, Michigan. S.pt. M, Out 3. 10, 17, 24, 31. Nov. 7, 14, 21. 2 Dec. 5, 12, 19. MORTGAGE SALE , Default having been made In the conditions of a certain mortgage made and executed by Walter B. Jacka and Mary E. Jacka, his wife, of Calumet Township, Houghton County. Michi gan, parties of the first pari, and Pet- r Ruppe, Jr, of the same place, party of the second part, bearing date the ninth day of January. 1S97, nnd re porded in the office of the R.-glster or Deeds for the County of Houghton, Michigan, on the 12th day of January. 1S97, in Liber V of mortgages on pages 2H & 27. on which said mortgnge there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of One Thousand One Hundred Forty and Firty-flvo M .-hundredths (1140.55) Dollars, and and no proceedings at law or oquny having been instituted to recover the moneys secured by said mortgage or any part thereof: Now tber-fore. by virtue of tho power of tho sale contained In said mortgage, nnd the statute In such ense made and provided, notice Is hereby eireU that OU Wednesday, the j. n D day of December. A. D. 1911. at t. n la oVl... k in the forenoon, there will be sold at public auction to the highest hi. l b r nt the front door of the Court House In the Village of Hough ton In the County of Houghton, Mich igan (that being the place whoro the CtTOnll Curt lor said County Is hold ,n the premises gfOCTtbll in said mortgage or so much thereof as mnv b. iiecessarv to pay the amount duo on said mortgage, with interest at the rate of seven (7) per cent per annum, and all legal costs, including an at ti.rnev's ree of Thirty-five (33) Dol lars, as also provided for In said mort gage. The premises described in "aid mortgage being all that certain piece or parcel of land situate and being In the Township of Calumet. in the County ol Houghton, and State of Michigan, nnd described as follow p.-wit: I,ot numbered Fourteen (14) In Block numbered Forty-one (41) In the Sixth addition to the Village of Laurlum. (formerly Village of Cslu mot) eeoordlng to the plat of snhl Sixth addition to the Village of Daur liMil, of record in the office or the Reg-l-ter or Deeds for said County of Houghton. In Vol one (1) or plats on page 07. Dtoted a Calumet, Michigan, tig" Twenty-sixth day or September. A D. 1911. PKTHR RCPPE. Jr. Mortgagee A. W. Kerr. Attorney fOf Mortgagee. Business address: Calumet. Mi hlgnn tor and Laurlum riiarmacy. X X X X X x x X X X x