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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911.
PAGE TWO THE CALUMET NEWS Houghton "WHO OWNS THE COUNTY BRIDGE? SUPERVISOR ROURKE ASKS QUESTION AT BRIEF SESSION OF SUPERVISORS THIS MORNING. "Who owns tli countv bridge V Ba pervlsor Rourkc asked this question .n tii. regular monthly meeting of the eonntjr board of supervisor this morn ;i gj DOM the county own It or does the it reel railway company' ownif I ask this mi IfcT because of the fact that teamsters cither have to unload their xl iu'f in crossing or else pall their horse heads off." The Franklin supervisor suggested that rollers such as he stated are used in many tlr. stations he placed in the Poor of thf bridge over which hcavllv 1 a 1 rietghf might run easily when the sn v has been cleared frm the ear tracks. Mr. Rourke also said that .is too wide an opening at the . mis of the draw span. Into which hOTO. I 1T0TS !i.i!le tO catch their hoofs. In fa t." said Mr. Rourke. "on horse, lias already been Injured and planking should be placed across the ega The horse 1 refer to beloagl to Charles Kenerson of Hancock. The horse cannot yet be used and the coun ty Is liable to hear more about it lat er." Chairman H wards suggested that i ttof for the bridge com viittee. but said that the care of the the draw was In the con trol jf the traction company, but that the bridge committee might look In t the matter and see If anything can he done. Mr. Rourke then directed attention to the lighting on the bridge, v hich he said was antiquated. The arc lights and the lights on the cars hv thp new connecting link, caused much trouble he said, to drlv- President Bawd en took the stand ers. who have to contend against th. !that the benefits derived would not bo . ,.!. ! -l) each. He thought that the, ommensurate with the outlay of arcs might be replaced by Tungstens ,,ney which would be necessnry and n h as have been installed In Ripley trustees supported him. Diamonds Nothing lnds Itself to decep on as readily as this gem of all cms. The safe way is to buy lamonds from the most re'inble aler where you get the fullest ilue nnd see the largest varle- All the new Ideas in Rings. I UUt hdl, Scarf Pins, Cuff Rut ins, Levalliers. at unusual attractive prices. $5 to $300. Be sure and see us r l " onoada WATCHES Wo ake carry all the reliable ;n s did gold, gold filled Of nickel. Rock bottom RINGS F ry rimr we sell Is fully eirw.'eed and we show the t: 'mils of five, different manufacturers. An especially fine I.-..- of Signet Rings. Don't fail to see our Holiday Display of Jewelry In Gold. Silver ami Gold Filled. Ail attractively e -.d and offer - fj at tempting prici s. SILVERWARE of all kinds, riorh m. Rogers. Wallace, Com munity, etc. Wei are the nog nlzed leaders in sliver; a posi tion won by Immense stock and uniformly low prices. Hull Bit s. style for $5.00. Umbrella, $7.50 Fountain PsnO CofcMBO self filling and POlf Itloontnpj our losvd er. Also Watermans. HopfOl and Parkers. TOILET SETS I ami Pa risian Ivory priced 1-3 lower than others. WO purchased :i large lot at special prico--yiu get the benefit. CUT GLASS in the rtJPlkPJ m l MM M rcek crystal cutting. Best values In town. dpriiV rnASSFS. TRA -BBPJ HOULM, PHOTO itlxmk?. i ' (Fm I'KRC'lLAT 0 R S. cm: im; sfts, safktv ka KORA HIUAR AND tnSBH Si'ilACM PIPES, EDfX'TRid,- n:i:s. PJpj er t your gifts here and you gt the pest and Most appropri ate present at the fairest price, y, u i m depend on the minlity if your Xmas box bears tho Imprint of tho old reliable houae. Hermann's Department to the great improvement of existing i onditions. Wilson Recommended. Applications for the ai'i'ointment a count;, game warden wife received from St Clair Wilson and W II. Cos ttr. On motion Of Supervisor Hamat. Mr Wilson, the present game warden, was recommended for re-appointment. Relief Committee Reports. The (.Liters' relief committed re port of Charles Smith. A. J. S Oft and V. A Child was read and re ferred to the finance committee. It reported a total of I -, 4 7 7 expended during the past year, and estimated that $3,1100 would be needed for the MtttttJ ear. ttpervlaor KOOBO reported that the poor committee was not yet ready to report on the matter of appointing nit assista tt for the poor superintendent, desiring t give the subject more con toV rottOA. and an extension of time was granted. Wolf Bounties. Dttriag the past month, wolf boun ties iie been paid to Nick Rels of Huroiitown. Joseph Fountnine of Inke Linden and F.mil Loukklncn of Han cock. TURNS DOWN ROAD PLAN. Houghton Council Rejects Proposal of Engineer Martin. Following a visit of inspection the Houghton council accompanied by Oounty Road Engineer Martin of the site of the proposed county road from Houghton to Atlantic and the South Range towns, to complete which the village was asked to build the coii neettag link which Is within the vil lage limits, the council held a special meeting and rejected the proposal. The plan prop"...! b.v Engineer Mar tin was that the village should buy four lots connecting two streets In AVest Houghton anil construct a road which would connect with the count road. The principal reason for sug gestion was that the grade of the new county road could be greatly reduced DECORATIONS COMPLETED. Vdlago Hall in Readiness for Fire men's Semi-Centennial Banquet. The de. ., rating ,,f the Houghton vil lage hall for the holding of the fire tnen's banquet this evening In honor Of the fiftieth anniversary of the or ganization Of the rontimntal Fire COfltpaay in 181, was completed yes terday and an attractive appearance Is prcsei't.-d. Red and ellow streamers completely hide the ceiling and around the kSofe are American Mags, nnd pic tures of prominent former firemen, al tO se of James A (Jartleld. who was prtoMoM Of the Fnlted States when the company was started, also a por trait of Mrs. Oarfleld. A siik banner, one of the first car tied )y the t'ontinentals also occ upies .i poottfton of honor In the decorativ. Sfttlstue. Tables were crectesi yester day and final touches to the pn para ttOM were made tiwlay, so that every thing is now in comp!. te readiness for UM big doinss tonight. SEEKS CHILD'S PROTECTION. Aunt of Miller Child Asks Intervention of County Officers. Mr Ida Saari of Keweenaw :.i. a sister of Mrs. Lempi Miller. former 'Aife ..f Jaeob Miller and mother of tin- 'title Kirl who has figured in re cent more or less Pone&ttoMl COttPJ t.. resulting from the efforts or the father to recover possession of the hid. IfcM tak. n steps t.. try to have th. uiri t;ien to the mother! care. She de, lar. - thai the lather is cruel nasi unlit to have the child, and she has taken up the matter with Judge ol I'M hate Renlle ami Pros, uttfl ; At torney McDonald. STOMACHS FEEL FINE. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Sourness, Gas and All Stomach Mis ery Vanishes. Nothing will remain ItaoMgOOtod m sour on your stomach 'f you win take u little Diapepslu occasionally. This powerful digestive and antacid, though as harmless and pleasant as candy, will digest and prepare for as similation into the blood all the foml you can eat. feat i lint your stomach craves, with out tho slightest fear of Indigestion or that .ou will be bothered with sour risings. Bekfhtag, dan en Stomach. Heartburn, Hoaaoenoa from stomach. Nausea Pad Breath, Water Prnsh or I fee ing like you had swallowed n lump of bad. or other disagreeable ml-eries. Should vou be suffering now from any stomach disorder you can i.-et reli. f within five minutes. If you will get from your phnrma eit a r.0-eenf a. of Pape'a Plapep sln you could always go to the table W'ith a hearty appetite, and your HMalf would taste good, because you would know there wouM be no Indi gestion or Steeples nights or Head ache or Stomach misery all the next day: and, beoldeo, you would not need laaatlvaa r liver pin to keep your "tomach and bowels clean nnd fresh. Pape'a Dlspepsin ran he obtained from your druggist, ami contains more than sufficient to thoroughly cure th. worst nse of Indigestion or Dyspep- bi There Is nothing better for Ons on the Stomach or sour odors from tho stomach or to cure a Stomach Headache. Ton couldn't keep n handler or mor useful article in the house. MUST MAKE DEFI GOOD. Trimountsin Pinochle Sharks Would Meet Calumet Club. Some week;' ago the Calumet Pin OChte club Issued a challenge to OB) club in the couiu and the Triiuouu tain club of which lieorge It. Rah in of the Houghton Qego)0f Range de pot is ne o the prominent III QUI hi is accept, d. Then. It Is cla mcd, tile Cal ii'nct plav.rs forgot their valor and lava kept mum In the strictest sense Of the Word. The Ttiniountaln club does not in tend to he made sport of however, and Mr. Kulcom has been delegated to d - ice seme means of inveigling the boasted champions into a game. The finders of the Trlniountain club mem bers are itchinrr to shuffle the cards, and if the Calumet club wants to make good Its earlier assertions, the prelim inar details may be spec. illy ar ranged. HALL ALMOST COMPLETED. Supervisor Gustnfgon of Laird atat ed this morning that the new town hall ut Alston is now being painted and that it will bo ready for the dedl Oatloa and occupancy shortly after tho first of the year. The hootfni plant Is now on the ground nnd ready to be Installed and the lighting c.pi i p ment has been received. It is planned to open the building with appropriate exercises, including a number of peeclcs. : HOUGHTON BREVITIES v James Chappcll, empl"'el as a miner at the Isle RpyoJo, Is at St. Jos eph's hospital in RhaVCOOk) with a bffOtil n l ir and his back badly in jured as the result of being injured in a fall of rook last PMdojr. i'rc-wlent P. W. McNair of the M. C M. has left for Detr.-tt where he will confer with Presidents H I!. Iliitchins f the Fnlvcrsity Of Mich tan and J. L Snyder of the M. A. I '. relative to th. relations of these three Michigan in stitutions. GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES. Racial Marka Left by Our Early Ex plorera and Settlers. While most of the states of the Mis sisslppl vniloy, besides countless riv ers and lakes in all parts of the coun try, bear Indian names, but n small number only of the tOWM that are the work of the white man have adopt ed names borrowed from the original owners of the land. Not one In ten. it Las been pointed out, of the o0 lartfo diies lins nn Indian name, and anions those t lint have it is usually nn ndop tlon from some neighboring lake or stream. The early explorers and settlers hnvn left their racial marks. 1 p 0M I In ! son sntl Mohawk the trail of the Datetaata is pretty clenr. The l ien h Intltieiico In northern New York and Vermont and along the line of tfei great lakes Is familiar in many names Mississippi has no "saints" In Its list, whereas, across the river. Louisi ana, by nine parishes and many towns, rivers and lakes, perpetuates the re Hplous tenets of Its early settlers. Kentucky and Tennessee evidence the vocabulary of the hunter and tKtffslt; Montana and Idaho that of tho miner. All the region acquired from Mexico, particularly southern California, main tains in its pls.ee names the memory of Its Spanish explorers and settlers. TlMMi are relatively few Indian names on the Pacific coast. North of United States May Abrogate Treaty of 1832 With Russia ....... PtETF FOSTER Photos of Suitor nnd Culberaon copyright by American I'rcsa Association. Congress Is expected to take action to Induce Russia to extend recognition of passports of American Jews. Several resolutions looking to that end hnv.. been Introduced, and the subject has been taken up by President Tnft ami his cabinet Rills by Representative William Sulzer ami by Senator Charles A. Culberson cnll for the abrogation of the treaty of lgffl with Russia, while Rep resentative Havld J. Foster's bill provides for the nppointment of a commla Ion to HO to Rusda and confer with A Good Digestion means i man or w.n;.ati trxul for M'liut liint: hhI weak or pliasant tutu s. WluK-vcr lias (listrcMaltcf at in er. sic k hen:laciics, nausea, luul taste, unplcnsant breath, can not find food in nothing, or be of inurh use in the world. Hut these sjroptcxni arc only sijrns thai thf stnia I needs a little cure and attention end the aid that can give SafV.'rcliat'lc. thOrtWgUjr trod, tins thmily n i edj has won di rtul POVitriMg pow r. Tin y tone the stoni-u h, liver nnd bowels -all orgam of dlgtHlim With these trrans in o;,kh1 order, the whole s-tcni is better Mid stronger. Try a few do ei nd see for yourself what a splendid bodily condition Beechaari 1'ills Can Create Sold Erwher. In boxvi 10c. sod 2Sc the Spanish1 belt capes nad towns f 1 quently reflect the lojalty of early set tlers to the older states of the I 'nlou.. Plttabvrg Press. THE FRUGAL ARABS. They Live on Two Simple Meals of Bread and Dates a Day. The daily routine of th Arab Is sim ple nnd well ordered, lie Is up with the daybreak nnd ai possible loads his camels; then ho rides for some four or five hour- before he has his first morning nuv.i: then he Is off again until lata in tho afternoon. 07 BOB a halt Is BMda fur the Bight Supper usually consists of wnrtn bread, with an onion or dates as a ralfalh, P'e.td is prepared in as sha de a manner as possible. While the coana Bor end water nre being kneaded luto doagb it law flu' fs made, which provides a uood heap of hot ashea On pari of , these the fattened d Ugh la laid, then j .oven d with the remain dor of the 1 nslies. In a boat fifteen minutes the dotiuh i is infflclenUy bOkod. It Is then well beaten to free it fro' i ashes, brokon in phKOI and divided among those who froiu their baga have contributed t'.n meal. After tlio ajranldg feast coffee is made, by some R) ibqr of the party ond, poured out Into tiny cups. sol emnly banded nrotrrol to ern-h one. Datoa oftap takj the phve of bread fn Arabia. Thrifaro many varieties, nnd tba comp (ttnn of thp date does not differ so vcjy much from that of bread. Fat Is lacking In both, but this Is supplied by the butter churned in akta baga raspendaf trooi a tripod and shaken or rolled ou the ground. Chicago News. An Inconvenient Piano. Leopold de Me;, er Of Dresden, n bril liant and papular pianist of his day. was once summoned to play before the sultan of Constantinople. Going thith er, he borrowed a grand piano from one of the AUBtrlan secretaries of lega tion nud had it s t up in a Inrge recep tion room at tha palace. There he awaited the coming of tho sultan, but when that Intelligent monarch entered the Russian government nnd the dnma. the room he started lack In alarm and demanded Of his attendants what that monster VII stamlliiK there on I lire lec.s. K plana lions followed, but were in rata, Tha l(,gs had to he taken off nnd tha body of tha instrument laid Hat on the floor, and lipoid do Meyer, sipialting c ross legged on a mat. went through his program as best he could in thai awkward attitude and without pedals Put the commander of the folthfhl was delimited, and w hen the last piece was played give the artist o er y":.,e00 as bucksluvsh. Too Early. One raw February morning an in struct. r In the l nt erslty of Michigan was calling the roll of an 8 o'clock class In Kuglisb. Mr, Uobbins." said he. There was no answer. "Mr. Uobbins," lu a slightly louder voice. Still no reply. "Ah." said the instructor, with a .pilot smile, "come to think of It, It Is rather early for robins." The instructor was the late Moses Colt Tyler, who later became pr.ifes sor of history at t'ornell. and it shows him in the ptaaatag light Of n man who could be boyLshly gay at I gray and cheerless hour no small feat, if one stops to consider an instructor's provo cations to morning dullness. Horse Riding In Ancient Timea. Stirrups were unknowu to the an cients. Along the public roads there were placed stones to enable the horse men to mount. Stirrups were used to some extent in the fifth century, but wi re not common even so late ns the twelfth. Horseshoeing is a very nn clent art. It is represented on a coin of Tarentum of alout 3.V) B. C. It is said that William tho Conqueror brought the first Iron horseshoe to Knghind. London C.raphlc. Putting It Mildly. "That man seems to be proud of his stupidity." said the impetuous person. -I wouldn't put it that way." replied the conservative friend. "I'd merely suggost that when it comes to a thirst for wisdom he's n prohibitionist." Ex change. Unreasonableness Permiasible. Human beings were never meant to ho entirely reasonable people; senti ment and persuasiveness wore intend ed to play a part In human life. Classified Ads bring results. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& HeclaMn'g Co Whs wish to sail their houses or buy houses en Co. Land; who have rooms to rent or who with to rent roomi, are invited to advertise) in thia column without any expense- OR SAL.E 9-room imuse, modern conveniences, steam heat, good foun dation and plumbing. Apply 860 Cam bria It Calumet. Kok haLsv-am-Tnii! u Ku'C SAL.1'-? -room Uouse, I08J Con si. FOR S A LK- Kouso, 1516 Heela st. FOR SALJJ -room nouse. 70 Water works mi. z (TOR B v I, K Four-room cottage, 2201 Ml, Mb st., Calumet. I . 'K SALE Five-room house No. 2403 B Itraat Apply Jas. Parnette. X I'uK SALE 9-room house, summer kitchen, coal shed, barn room for 3 etc. Apply l&or Hecla st, Hee la. FOR SAI.li-ll-rooui bousa. Apply 2aii Rockland p- X FOR tJALK Lot S, block S Wolverine st, Florida. Apply at Mrs. Chap man's boarding house, 123 Kearaarge st., aouth. FOR SALL Socen-room bouse, 36f Caledonia st.. Calumet. Ml h. VOU sai.k 8 -room nouse. No. a !. on Caledonia st Particulars at W&0k tr -to & Co.'s store. Pine t. fOB S. LB -House No 467 Caledonia at., Albion. .ut BftTilB fftraaaj No. A5 oak st, Yellow Jacket. I t Hi SALK 5-roora house and barn. ; ply at 3G3 Caledonia to. x bXjR .-a l.i. i -room house cheap, t45 Caiedoola at FOR fcjALte Six -room Laurlum at. house, 1624 2851 Union Street, a desirable lrcatlon. ana A good house in Apply on prem U TOK BALE 8 room house at very nable figure. G0 4th St., Mine racket Phone and electric light. Ap ply on premises or C. H. office. i". k BAUD -1525 Heola su FOR SALE 7 -room house with rock foundation, 726 Waterworks Bt I 'OR sali; room bouse and barn, 2507 D St FOR lUJNT One ItM Acorn t. furnished room FOR RKNT 4 Rooma, 3204 Ridge SL FOR BALK -Five-room tiouse. 8S2 Al- htaa a : i i; s.m.i room cottage, at a bargain, 2R14 Liberty street, Raym bauttown. FOR 8AI.lv House No. 2133 Tunnel mt. ftwedetoam. i 'i - It S i JD lloussT No. 4081 Elm Bt Yellow .lRek't. FOB sa i.i:-ll-room bmue, 1101 Lau rium at. s b'OR SAL i;4-room housa No. H behind Calumet dam, lnauire within i i.tt SAI.I)- 8 room houee, 4082 k.ux Bt l U SA I.K -7-room house. Qood rock foundation, summer kitchen in base neat Early callers will make good ' arg iln. 2C52 Union fetrcet Applj premlaes. t-j . - n 2 furnlched rooms. Mod - FOR RENT orn conveniences. 3979 Scott St. It SALE t-room house, No. 1044 Bwodetowo road Apply on premises ZEMO MAKES ASTONISHING ECZEMA CURES "WE PROVE IT." Kvery day ZKMO gives relief and cures men, women and children in ev ery city and town in America Mrhoat skins are on lire with torturing IV ZKMA rashes and other Itching, burn ing, scaly and crusted skin and scalp humors. ZKM( and ZKMO (A NTIHKITIP) SAP. two refined preparationus will kIo you su.h iulck relief that you will feel like a new person. We give you three reasons why we recommend and endorse ZKM and ZK.li SOAP for all skin and scalp eruptions. 1st. They are clean, scientific prep arations that give universal satisfac tion ami are pleasant ami agreeablo to use at all times. 2nd. They nre not experiments, but are proven cures for every form of skin or scalp affections, whether on infants of grown persons. 3rd. They work on a new principle. They ! not glnze over the surface, but they i net rate to the seat of the trou ble and draw the germ life from un derneath the skin and destroy It. In this way a complete cure Is effected in :.nv cas" of SKIN OK CALF Kl'P TU'V. Kndorse.l and sold by Kngle Drug Store. Calumet; Iaurluin Pharmacy. Laurlaaa Work of Gothic 8cufptors. The Gothic sculptors produced crude and grotesque carvings from a techni cal standpoint, but they were the first to attempt Intimate speech In art ad dressed to the common people, and both Hossellino and Giotto with their ak fOf followers ara heirs of the hum bler craftsmen who broke the bonds of convention to immortalize the homeliness and variety of daily expe rience and common types of human nature. LEGAL NOTICES, I i. e. :.. 12. 10, 26; Jan. 2. 9. STATIC OF MICinC.AN. In the circuit Court for the County of Houghton, in Chancery. Copper Country Rulldlng & Loan association of Calumet, Michigan, Complainant vs. ataataaar stign.-h, ar BtlgUoh and Frank Stigli. h. De fendants. it appearing i the affidavit on file, thai the residence of the above named tfefeudaata Is unknown to .he agents or attorneys for the complainant thero In, although diligent searvh and in.iuiry has bOOfl made for the same, on motion of Oalhraith K M.i'ormack and C. A. Ifaraohi solicitors for complainant. It i. ordered that the appearance of said defendants be entered herein, within four months from the date of this or der; and In case of the appearance of either of them, he caused his an swer to the Hill of Complaint to be tiled and a copy thereof to be served on the com dainant within twenty (ft) days after service on him of a copy of said bill and notice of this order and in default thereof, tbnt said bill will be takn as confessed by said non resident defendants. And it h further ordered that with in twenty (20 days, the complainant cause a notice of this order to be pub lished fn the Calumet News, a news paper printed, published and circulat ed In said county and that said publi cation be continued therein, once in euch w . ek for six successive weeks: or that he cause a copy of this order to he personally served n said defend ants at least twenty days before the date above specified for his appearance. Dated Dot ember 1st. 1011. Albert T. Streeter. Circuit Judge. flalbralth hfaCoriaaofc, C. A. Marsh, Solicitors for Complainant, Baatneaa address: Calumet, Mich. Nov. 28; Dec. :,. 1L If, STATIC OF .MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County f 1 loughton. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in tho Village of Houghton in said county, on the 24th day of November A. D. 1911. Present: Hon. Geo. C. Rentley, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Maa both Craze Penhallegnn, deceased. Jam.s 1). James administrator of said estate having tiled in said court his final administration and bis petition praying for tha allowance thereof and for the assignment and distribution of the residue of said estate. It is ordered, That the 22nd day of December, A. D. 1011. at ten o'clock lr. the forenoon, at said probate ofllce. he and is iun! appointed for exam ining ami allowing said account and hearing said petition It la Further ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of ibis order once each week for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In the Calumet N'ews. a newspap.r printed and circu lated In aald county. (8eal) GEO. C. PRNTLRT, A true copy. Judgo of Probate LUlaa O. Mitchell, Register of Probate A. tk Petermann. Attorney for Administrator Oct. 17-24-31 Nov. 7-14-21-28 Dec. 5-12 19-26 Jan. 3-10. MORTOAOK SALK. Default having been made in the . onditions of a certain mortgage made by Frederick P Trnthen and Elizabeth A. Trnthen, his wife, of Calumet town ship, Hougl ton county, Michigan, par ties of the first pnrt. and John Hoffman of the same place, party of the second part, hearing .late June 22, 1907. and recorded in the office of the Register of ' .... . . ifp.in mr ine couniy or Moilgmon, Michigan, on the twenty-fourth day of June A. D. 1907, In Llher "QQ" of Mortgages on page 32, on which aald mortgage there Is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum ,,( one thousand fifty-seven and !,,,, (inST.lt) dollars, and no suit or pro. ce.dingH ut law or In equity having been instituted to recover the lie, in u secured by said mortgage or any p.m t hereof. Now THICRKPOUI:, t.y virtue of power of sale contained In said t . m gage and the statute in such e,., . made and provided, notice la hereby given that on the eleventh day of January, A. 1)., 1912, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon there will bo sold at uul. He auction to the highest bidder at tin. front door of tho court house In tho village of Houghton, in the county of Houghton, Michigan, (that being tl a place where; the Circuit Court for Un said county of Houghton is hold the premises described In said mort gage or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount dm u said Mortgage with seven per cent r tenst and all legal costs as provided for In said mortgage and an attor ney fee of thirty-five dollars as ., , ptovidid for In said mortgage. The premises described In said inert gage were all that certain piece or par cel of land situated and being in i township of Calumet, county of Hou.'l, ton and state of Michigan and de scribed as follows: 1-ot numbered twenty-two (2:') In Plock numbered twenty (L'0) of the Third Addition to the Village of Calumet, according to the recorded plat thereof on file in tha office of the Register of Deeds for .s od county of Houghton, together with the tenements, hereditaments and appur tenances thereunto now or heieaft r belonging or In any wise appertaining or thereupon situated. Dated this sixteenth day of October. A, D.. 1911. John Hoffman, Ifoiagaaee. A. K. Petermann, Attorney for Mortgagee, Puslness address, Calumet, Michigan. apt 26. Oct. 3. 10, 17. 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14. ft, 28, Dec. 5. 12, 19. MORTCAO.B SALE. , Default having been made In the conditions of a certain mortgage made and executed 1 y Walter R. Jacka and Mary B, Jacka, his wife, of Cabin -t Townsiiip. Houghton County, Mtchb gan, parties of the first part, and Pet er Ruppe, Jr. of the same place, party of the second part, bearing date the ninth day of January, 1897, and re corded In the office of the Register or Deeds for the County of Houghton. Michigan, on the 12th day of January. lv'.C, In Liber V of mortgages on pagei 26 & 27, on which snld mortgage there Is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of One Thousand (Ma Hundred Forty and Fifty-li one-hundredths (1 140.55) Dollars, and and no proceedings nt law or equity having been instituted to recover tlio moneys secure! by said mortgage or any prt thereof: Now therefore, by virtue of tho power of the sale contained In nid mortgage, nnd the statute In such caae made and provided, notice is hereby gtvah that on Wednesday, the 110th day of December, A. D. 1911, at ten (10) o'clock in the forenoon, there will be sold nt public auction to the highest bidder at the front door f the Court House in the Village of Booga ton In the County of Houghton, Mich igan (that being the place WksWO ' P Circuit Court for said County Is bold tn) the premises described In aid mortgage or so much thereof ns may be necessary to pay the amount ' on said mortgage, with interest at the rate of seven (7) per cent per aaaom, nnd nM legal costs, including nn at torney's fee of Thirty-five (35) Dol lars, as also provided for In said Biort gage. The premises described In BMTtgaga being all that certain p. or parcel of land situate and being la the Township of Calumet, In the County of Houghton, and Stat, if Michigan, nm described as follow to-wlt: Lot numbered Fourteen (14) In Plock numbered Forty-one (4D in the Sixth addition to the Village of Laurlam, (formerly Village of Calu :et.) according to the plat of M Sixth addition t- the Village of Lor turn. Of record In the offlee of the B i ter pf Deeds for said County f Houghton, in Vol. One (1) of ptatl M page 67. ii te.i a calumet. Michigan, i : "w. tity-sixth day of September. A.I. mi. PBTflR MJFPE ortgagi i A. W. Kerr, Attorney for Mortgagee. Puslness address: Calumet Michigan. Dec. a-12-19-26 BTATH OF 'MICHIGAN'. The probate court for the County of Houghton. At a session of said com-t. held j the probate offlco in tho tfflafl Loughton In said county, on the 2nd day of December A. D. Itll. praoeat Boa. ;.,, rge c. Bontw Judgo of Probate. . In the Matter of the Estate 01 Charles Wesley Richards. DOOOaasA Elizabeth J. Richards having '' '" said court her jietition praying that certain instrument In wrltlmr. purport! Ing to be the last will and testainc of said .leconsvd. now on file In sn curt be admitted to probate, and IM the administration of said esl it. g ran! ted to herself or to some Ota suitable person, . It is ordered. That the 4th 1n' ' January A. D. 1912. at ten .-clock n the forenoon, at sold probate office, i and Is hereby appointed for lieriii said petition; . It la Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of thla order, once In ear week for three successive weeK previous to aald day of hesrins lr the Calumet News, newspnr1 prlntod and circulated In anld ,ouJn'y .Scan GEO. C PENTLd'T, A true copy. J"dRe of Probott Llllai ' :. MU ball, Register of Proboto.