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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1i 19M.
THE CALUMET NEWS PAGE TWO l Houghton Department CELEBRATION OF SEMI CENTENARY FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF OR GAN IZ ATION OF FIRE DE PARTMENT OCCASION OF BIG BANQUET. The banquet MM aval night In com memoration of the completion nf fifty yearn of existence by the Houghton !:-. .!.;..irtment was nc of the biggest ! .,?.,,! h. kind er !; d in Hough- ton. to arty two hundred persons, com prising representative business nu-u. county ottielals, members of the vil j ue I.. .aid of trustees, ttremen of 1 l;:o:i. H u:cu k and Atlantic, an.! oi i-r invited guests being: seated at tin- live big banquet tubles spread in the fire hall. A bountiful MM 'n listing Of oyster soup, turkey with !:..- ;iu-. roast pig. brown potatoes. M ;, : . nit apple dumplings and other delicacies, was served and the where with I I WUah the pood things down u.i i v .1. and cigars passed. The ntire tire bail was canopied with festoons f red and gold draped front i he ceiling. Around the walls were the stars and stripes and por trait! of former village celebrities, be Mm p.. tuns of Hie lighting scenes jind banners carried by the department in former days. E cry provision was ii a.:. (of . ring for the bi Dfoea Oi i .. st. .1 ch--. k room being provided downstairs for the eouts and huts, and the service upstairs In the dining room being most expeditious, so that no one was kept waiting. Handsome menu ranis, containing portraits of Tom Brown, drtiham Tope, Chief Voetsch, end the present fire company, were placed at each plate as souvenirs oi' the occasion. .! nt Fred V. Rawden presided as toastmaster and complimented the dejiartment upon the honorable CsWMV which it had enjoyed for the past tlft.v jviu . Mr. I'.aw.l.n explained that the tSCR and tl ui. township comp.red the Mr. men with tho sol.li. who it tin t i i in oi : ;.!i,i..it;. n v . IV ,! , .t ting for t! front at the outbreak of the civil war. Both 'he nun v iio went to war and the men who stayed to fi rhl Ares wore true patriots. The "strong arms and .; bj Mr. St ibl I their willing io sui i en- dent and general manager of the South Tin were tOM b Justice Lit I Shore, and Wife, Ol luluth; J. (J. Mc th.it then Mrt r.i warrants out Kmnon. of Duluth. representing the Inst tin in. ainl that en baek to work. had bet Wei department s-iiiowhit d.sappoinl ed IB the iiiabilitv of Tin .mas Drown, tlrsl foreman of the department, now rillti. In Waahinston. 1. C. to b present, his advancing years making strong backs" spoken it tnadvlsabl. to uieb rt tke so a ' ' ' . , 1 I !.!...'.. - - ' 1: j .utnev at this season of the ear The titled to git.r.v. regrets of Oraham rope, one of the! Chief lyn.ls Yoet ch modestly dls few surviving members of the origin. 1 laimed any merits as a Speaker but fire company, wen b Mi Han ! v one ,f the most iniercstln; taa , ... ol the eveninar on his twenty-nine It Is a .u.irs as a lireman. lie I mi now ne rcsiiico nne. that 1 had risen until in 1V7 b was appoint- j t'on. erning WILLIAM CARR PASSES. Knovn BroKsr C c After Short Illness at Duluth. pt er country friend.- learned with . i idlau North, i n ; It. J. Hamilton, t ii .mo, irav.liiiK passenger agent of the I ouii die & Nashv ille, A. J. U tle, northern paaWajW agent pf the asm ism!., shvilli. I). O. KaulTcr. gell eial . i.nl of the Panhandle. Chicago; 11. C. Wi ll. r. w. si. i n Height agent. I . nn-. in "la c i'Ii -: ' and I ' 1 run i i yesterday of the death of Sett, general amid anla lints, Milwauk. f th W 11 Kan v'arr, a member of the for mer brokerage arm or t'arr Brothers, which occurred at Duluth alter n brief Iflaeea. Mr. Cnrr was well known In the copper country, having formerly Hought. n I it. 1 partmetM matter of great re-grct to m. his death. the Dtthlth cannot be present at the gnat meeting. ed lib f. and following his ambit. on mnie-ht because 1 was a member of 'to rise to the top m his chosen field the original HeughtOU fire o.mpan and so ought to ha there, an 1 because vour chief kindly asked me to resj l to a onatitm nt my being with you. I hots V'u wiil have a Jolly good time, and that when it is a thing of the past you w ill be able to I ..k b.n ii on it with very great satisfaction. May I give ,u a little history. In the early summer of the wan -Mouse of Sheldon it Douglas, with most of Its contents Wal destroyed by fire. I'.urning brands were carried to the roof of the Isle R..v.ilc Ml!: ng com pany's stamp mill. Ml var.ls to the eftst. We organized a water pad bri gade, and the mill Ml saved Hough ton was fortunate in tail for the Isle Ro.vale president said .t would ret hav. h. . n rahtllW If burned, ami th. isie Roy ale was. ahwoal our ool in- dustrv, e. ept exploring work at the Huron. An immediate demand for tii. 0IO tectlon resulted in a cotnmitti hi laa Herald says: William Catt died at Bl Luke's hos- , t v short , ( aettvtti v is hurt rear hossnrerl tv I pttal last evening, after a election as president of the I'pper , illness, of pneumonia. pfreman'a aseoctatkm. H Mr. Carr and his hrothar, Walter .... .... .r. , in th. Pit , - pt.-vetits pai.l his complements u me assisiuui v hi . " e. - .....vnjr - chief and foreman and to tin- men el stock ntoaengw business acre. wmwwm the dap rtanent, which h thouuht yean t go they retired, after acnulr should b. u-lven the support of oAclala I ing a fortune In copi e s and spent and ctHaeaa shen taai needed appar-1 several years traveling. ,,:ii.nui.t ' located nt Denver, but r An interestlai feel brought nut ta I ad to Duluth far a alaart stay. He am the curse of Oklef Vo. ts. h s address taken with a severe Oold last Thurs .. ,, th- ear- , day It developed Into pneumonia, nn.l tier v.ars of the company the foreman he passed away about 11 oYolek last ivu realty the head of the department, evening. tl.,. oth.e of chief being largely hon-. He was one of the most thoroughly oran un.i h, ;,i by ome titlaea who I liked young business m. n Duluth has j.ll.l not bother about attending fires. I ever known. Oenerous. eoruiai, we land it was not uatll ha assumed the oeratk?, he counted hN friends in Du office thai the chief became the actual lath by the hundreds, and bis sudden ,., id, I death will be a severe shock to them, x,, , i. n ,.,.i.i,,..e m Mr PsiT was 42 year- of age. TI POULTRY SHOW PREMIUMS. Cstalogus Will Be Issued by Copper Country Associstion. Plans for the unnual poultry show tinder the auspices of the Copper Country asso. lation, which will be held it the Amphidrome hall on Jan. M and ar. being rapidly eompl.t. l. In f. w lays, the catalogue of premiums will be issued by Secretary John T. McX nnarn. Annourv em. nt has been made of a new eun offered be Matt Haug. which Will tinally ui, , ,iua, , tl. exhibitor of tho ntly return-, ,,,, ,,. Mr,lf,. ,lnv ,.irtss or color. The R, rofl cup. donated i.v W. S. Prlck ett and WssVlh must be won lime times, will again be one of the at tractive premium- The cup. which , . the best t.-n p art-colored birds, was won last year by W. D. Trcssid er of Negaunee. Th-- Panders cup, of fend under the same conditions, ex cept for solid-colored birds, was won list year by the Roycroft farm. m. x Ploaegaa win ha aaaatinten deal Of the show and It is probnble PLAN HOUGHTON OFFICES. appointed to solicit public subscrip-I exempt. This he tOOUghl was wrong. t . tis. S. I Smith w is treasurer 04 the eommitt. . The rontlnental lire engine of !. -tndt was bought, together with -u:!i- ient laise and other equipment An engine house was built at the OOIW ' of Isle Royale and KOtttei etreetl witty epeech and in eoneluslon said ; is survived by his brother. W alter; thf jup, wfQ e eelcctcd today ither Lawrence h. mr at u toon, 111.: n sister. Mrs. John A. Ken ney at MattoUa; two unmarried sis ters. Mabel and Laura at Matto.m: I later, Mrs. p. .T. Mehoff at Chicago, and a brother Lawrence, of Chlcngo. The body will be ft I 10 Mattoon (or burial. that In In- lafal work in the courts hi had found that many persons re tuse.l to lo Jury .latv b. cause they u.re hoaararj Sretnen and therefore land it mlf ht be better i" raise money for the firemen by taxes r subscrip tions rather than by allowing- good j;.t material to bo lost la this way. I Tile firemen hi ROMCOd hhjThly. ; ' . p i ghaad rantfad 'The Kiink of the lee in the fHaaa. ami Rer. w. and beside It a cistern holding :: Ib id Cross .'.! -sed the gathering In gallons of water, always replenished 1 1 htmiorous vein. Joaepfl CroBe. Martin by a small brook running through It. M. ssner. and James Kn.k I w. re al.-o We bad the engine out every week for called upon to speak and responded practice and in the autumn ur first: with pleasing talks, that Of Mr. Kruka PRESENT "COLLEC E CHUMS" Seniors of High School Resdy for Fri dsy's Production. The members of the senior class of the Hancock high achocl ... n a.lv f..r Pridaya production of their daaa plav. "College Chums." at ill" C.erma- OfTice rooms In the Citizen s Nation al hank build Inf have been aaeurei by ii,, legal Una of MacDoaald and Kerr of Calumet, and Praaaeutkai Attorney Ma. Ii maid stales ;aat as soon as the offices ar. opened, he will devote more time t.. Houghton and Mr. Kerr win look after the business of the Calumet Office ns vs.ll as the duties of assist ant prosecuting attorney. BANQUET IS POSTPONED. Announcement has been made to the to , ,' with the Michigan Hinployment lu- stltutton for the blind. Mr. Drlscoll is ill and came to Houghton for treat-j mint. It. J. Hamilton of Chlcngo, traveling passenger agent for the Louisville i Nashville railroad was a business vis itor in Houghton yesterday. Mi-s ALMi.ii I to v ot Mam ... K r turned this morniiuf from hlcago. where she has been under the care of In Murph.v at the Merc for some tl past. An old and unoccupied dwelling house on the lake front in Houghton was burned down yesterday morning, It being impossible for the firemen to save It. and they devoted their atten tion to saving adjacent property. t n. Perglund. agent for the An chor line, has received word of the serious Illness at Milwaukee of J. C Thompson, formerly agent of the An chor and Western lines at llough ion. The steamer City of Herlln complet ed discharging Its cargo at the Peo pled Fuel docks In Hancock yeeter uay and proceeded to the Van Ordon dock, w here It laid up. with the barge iirora, for the winter. The bamiuet of the Spanish War Vei.-rans t have been held this .v.n ing has been postponed until Friday evening. The bamiuet will take place m the tire hall and the culinary prep arations nr. In charge of Chris Halh r. Frank Sullivan of Marquette, assist- i n t plant chief, and J. A Coppiok nnd A. F. Lamar of Detroit Oi the Michigan Stale Telephone company, arrived yes terday a Houghton on a tour of In Section of the property of the com pany !n the copper country. The Impeccable Sardine. They can be given to children with out foar of their cl oking. It can eas ily be recognized that tho bones are taken away. A large number of con sumers evidently judge thus, as sar dines bo prepared have a first class reputation They are to be found on all tables where tho lady of the house wishes to show she lives In stylo. From an earnest advertisement. Diamonds N thing buds Itself to decep tion as readily as this gem of all gems. The safe way is to bu diamonds from the most reliable dialer where you get the fullest value end see aha largest varie ty. All the Bear ideas In Rings, Brooches, Sarf Pins. Cuff Mut tons, Levalllers. etc., at unusual ly attractive prices. $5 ti $300. P. sure and see us munds. WATCHES We akes carry all the reliable In solid gold, gold filled ir nickel. Boi k bottom RINGS Ever? ring we sell Is jaranteed and we show fully the ods of five dlfferen Holiday Display of Jewelry In (odd, Silver and Oold Pilled Ail attractively casil and offer ed at tempting prleaa SILVERWARE A all kinds. Gorham, Rogers, Wallace, om munlty, etc. W- are the recog nized leaders in silver; a posi tion won by Immense sto k and uniformly low pri'-es. - ' "'" - " .Thec . ne.iv i- in tin j that the bam.uet which was tc Hi " 1 !'" r'!" ls mdd 7m"whlt have b.e give,, under the auspice. had Pick.,! up a safe and was carry- , r, amhearf and other tdaya Of Spanish Wa. :ng it out of a building when he sunk school ifc with their intense situ;-- to his Liu i on the sidewalk, fell un- conseious. "and I havi t:t com, to vet," he con. lu.!' d. a letter o raffrat froen James p. Bd trardi i I hit bt ing anadrfe to accept the invitation to attend the hanouel I r ad by tlie eh I irman. II aaa rurnlahi d during tin evening by the Kliimkammer orchee tra. which played g fine pn gTSLXB Of selections that was gr.a.lv .i.iove.l. THOMAS BROWN First Foremsn of Department. Hull Pms. style for $5.00. Umhn Uaa, $7.50 Fountain T'ens Cokllni self filliug and self- ieariing our lead er. Also Wat'-rmans, Moores and F'arkere. TOILET SETS. I i r rlslan fhafy priced l-:i lower than others. w hufeaaaed i large lot at IBOClal pri . aU get tho b nefit. cut glass la the ad the new rock rryatal euttlng. I . . t valuea In town. - .pri: rMJUaaVA TRAVEL ta I b liAM TIP 'To FIIAMK.-. . nFPBE P BltCO L A T ) It S, rAJtnmn mors, saffty pa- EOR0, BfUAn AND MKKi: I M M PII'KS. KLF.t'TK'd.- ii;hs. S. 'i rt your gifts here and you g. t the Pest and Most appt 'p ri al. i.r.senfs at the fairest prices. You nin d p. r.l 0U the quality If your Xmas box heirs th- imprint h , old reliable house. Hermann's r t tlty for real use came to us. The bo of Buchartat Brule on lala Hoy- street was burned t the BJOUBd, but after hours Of hard wotk of the firemen are saved the ht use of K. v. Douglass on the south, and the Metho dist church on the north. After all dancer was ..r are knew that an were the best fire company in the arovttf, In this same year, Wl( the vil!am of Houghton was Incorporated, and In December the council took over all the pro pert) of the Ura company, and theU you get the data for vour anntvi raary, M toast would be "Here is hoping 'hark Dei Iraff, a l hi .- kI old vi member i f the .i i n tmi Bl n i i Uli d up'-n to speak, but do line.) on the ground that public sp . hoi In his line. foOcph Stahl. who fop fort) vear:1 has been a member f the viliave lire fighting force, related seme int an ttil I Inc ideate f early daya, w hen man with trong arms arul stiong ha ks pomp ed the old hand engine. il told of Louis Vo. tsch's entrance into the d - partraeni and related hoar the chief h.oi advanced step b. st. p to the pi m Ition he now holds. 1 - , V ( i. aaaat tion. The rehearsals have been held retrahurly ami the play has bean ther OUffhly pr- imred The cast of enaanaferi is as follows: Pranklbi Rleley, Ph. t. Dean of CllntOfl c.ll. g I'harl. s Merke. I i i I : i. k Vnn Weber, a professor of German Elmer Pauil. Walla .- Findlay. th. "Pabe" Gray dofl I'inch. Howard Thome, the bully Swift Noble. Artb'i- Kingsbury, captain of tho vmrsll learn Howard rrlmodlg. Paul Dlnaraere, a sopbjefnota--Joseph Sdiuler. Cllffn d Palffe, manager of the var sl t t. am Mar. ur. Ruppe. John I in.llay. Kith. r of Wallace Jamee Hendjric'kaon. 4lee, ti old colore, i attendant Ous tave FattO, Mrs Almlra Dinsirtore. mother of Paul prleciHe FCudy. Gtace Dlnsmore. he dntiphter Vir ginia Courtney. Toby Siuague, mild of all work -Bdlth Thomp on. SsaiBaaa Money Question from Woman's View. Most men trust their wives with fhelr hearts, but draw tho line at their pocketbooks. Some day I am going to write a book on the righteousness of a husband giving Ml wife ft regular al lowance nnd never asking her to ac count for It. Petter still. common purse nnd let her help herself. As long as any woman works for her clothes and board and lives on bounty she is a serf. Exchange. ing laws of the l'nitd StaJes of Am erica, and doing business at Calumet, Mlchlgaii, by a certain assignment of mortgage bearing date i lie tenth day if August. A. D. 1911. an.! recorded n, the olfice of Urn Register of Deeds for the I'ounty of L'oughton, Michigan. ,.r, the eleventh day of August, A. D. 191 1 in Liber SS. of mortgages on pago 139, on which sab! mortgage there Iw claimed to ha due af the date of this. notice the sum of one Thousand Nine Hundred Seventy-two imvI Klghty-flve one-hun.lredths 1 972.S5 ) Jollars. and no suit or proceedings at law or in eQUlty having been instituted to col lect the money secured by mid mort gage, or any part thereof; Now, therefore, by virtue of tho power of salo contulned in sai.1 mort gage and in pursuance of the statute- m such case made am." provided, notice is hereby given that on the U8th day of December, A. D. 1911. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, there will 1st) sold at pub lic auction or vendue, to the highest bidder, at the front door of the Court House in the Village of Houghton, in the County of Houghton. .Michigan, (that being the pu"e where the Cir cuit Court for said County Is holden) the premises described m saliP mort gage, or so much thereof as may be pecessiiry to pay the amount dne on said mortgage with six (6) per ftenVt in terest and all legal costB provide.' for In said mortgage, and an attorney fee of Thirty-live (35) Dollars as also pro vided lor in said mortgage: the prem ises described In said mortgage beta all that certain piece or parcel of land situated aad being in the Township pt Calumet, County of Houghton, ami. State of Michigan, and described as follows: It numbered Seventeen (17) In Plock numbered Forty-Tour (44) of the Seventh addition to the Village of Lnurium, according to tho recorded plat thereof now on file In tho oflH'c of the Register r Deeds for the Coun ty of Houghton, State ..' Michigan, to gether with the hereditaments and ap purtenances thereof, excepting and re serving from the operation of th'S con veyance. all minerals and the rlrrht to mine the same. Dated at Calumet. Michigan, this Third day of October. A. D. 1911. FIRST NAT1 NAI, RANK OF TALI' MKT, Bp Joseph W. Selden. 'ashlr. Assignee of Mortgage. A. W. Kerr, Attorney f. r Assignee, Rtistness address, Calum. t, M icbigaTv He Would Join Him. Hostess "Why, Mr. Smith, I've hardly seen you all the evening! Now. I particularly want you to come and hear a whistling eolo by my hus band." Smith (whose hearing Is a trifle tadlattaet) A WfcUay and soda with yotir husba id? Well, thanks. I don't mind If I AO have Just on"!" Punch. ALSTON TO CELEBRATE. GRAHAM POPE. One of Fe" Surviving Members of Or iginal Company. VTeeerani al the Houghton fire hail thlfl evening has been postponed until Pi Iday . veiling. LOUIS VOETSCH, Cr-l.EF, and mushal riuartette of nun Hou DEPENDANT IS Wl t In A Hon dad to the m d to make . 1 of the .;: i it w.i:.. lARGED. I .. : i i ; id gev'lle. Who .ii !. I ' ..n M . ! v before Jus t i on a el ' ue of careless use of fltri - d sebarged. (Minas Bed thai h gun, which ho admit , . i - d by someone els,-, who had Jumped through a window. men fthU wen- in the place at the time and who lirl eacapad at the time the arrest waa madi", by jumping out on a si" I roof In their bar. f. et, and h pul at quently r turn. .1 and obtain 1 i es. then going Into hiding. Banquet and Reunion to be Held Early in New Year. I.aird township, in the southern pat't . Hounhtou county, is already making plana for the openthg of the neat town hall which has been erected Bl Alston, after January I. At the same tlmr. the farmers of Laird township will ',1 .. somov ha ' I ived harv est f. s- tival In eelebratloti of the bountiful ,,f the year. Bid Karger has returned from a bus- Th" exterior of the hall has heenj laeBB trip td ( 'hlcago. eomnleted nnd painted and with the Dr. Moll of Kenton ueft yestenlav Cure for Sleeplessness. If one is restless and cannot sleep st nielit. lake a common towel, double it four times, dip in cold water and pin around the waist with a dry towel on the outside. For croup or sore throat, put the towels nround the neck and they will give almost immediate relief. EMPLOYES OF THE Calumet& HeclaMn'q Co Who wish to soil their houass or buy houses en Co. Land; who have rooms to rent or who wish to ront rooms, ere invited to advertise in thie column without any expense. KOR tAI.K K-room amise, modern conveniences, steam heat, g-ood foun letlen and plumbing. Apply K50 Cam rU St., Calumet. ion PALtB J'l-s 1-.innI st. KK Alt; V-rooin Uuosu, IUsV Cone ah HOUGHTON BREVITIES t. rms of praise of the Mi iem ;. . I Mr.jcailed up .lusth e Little yesterday and Installation of the furnace and light ing plant which havo Just been reeelv ed, l will lie readv for occupancy, on the 'irst door are i ated the townahtp aqulpntent and on the se-ond floor lai meeting pine, mid dam e hall. According to supervisor Quetafeon, the past year bft bftftB an ex . Ilent one tot the farthers. The hay crop was a large one and the CTOp af OBtl In that township alone In fully Mt bllSllielS. RAILROAD MEN HERE. A number of representative! and of fleialH of various railroads vtsite.l in Houghton raaterday on business nnd i a 1 ii'd on local railroad apents. Aflaonaj (hem were V. YY. Walker, vice prosi- for a visit to t'blcaRo. John D. Ricoh left this morning fat Marquette on ft business visit. Attorneys Allen l'. Baaft und John Stone have gone to Chicago on pro fessional business. The Children'! story at the public library mi Saturday afternoon will be in Charge Of Miss Frances (Joodell. QuJaeppI Alarlec of Kranklln has applied tor eecond c itizenship papers He arrived In the United States from Italy in November, 1902. st. phea B. Daw f Baatoni president d the Indiana. North Lake. I'ranklin and other properties, is visiting in Houghton on business. John Driecoll, son of Mrs. Florence DHaooU of Hot vhton baa retarnad 'from Baginaw, where he was connect- ft m ... " - I t ) 1 - ""... DOUBLY PROVEN Calumet Readers Can No Longe' Doubt the Evidence. This grateful citizen testitbd haag Ko. Told of quick relief of lasting ben efit. ' The facts are now confirmed. Such testimony. Is complete the rldeacu conclusive. It forms convincing proof of rm tit. Charlea I, Undajalat, un He. ia st . Calumet. Mich., says: "I was botn red for a long time with kidney dis ease and nothing that I took made me any better until I used Donn's Kidney I'llls. This remedy cured me and my cure seems to be permanent. My kid neys were In bad shape. There was sediment In the kidney secretions and the action was too frequent and at times painful. My back ached an I colds seemed to settle In my kidneys, causing great annoyance nnd pain. I tinally used Donn's Kidney Tills and they cured me." (Statement given Auguet 22. 1010.) A BfeCOND STATEMENT. When Mr. Llndipiist was Interviewed on Tvjovembcr 1f, 1011, he said: 'I willingly confirm the statement l gave ret i .in mend In g Doaa'ft Kidney Pills in 1I0 The cure they effected has been permanent." Cor sale by nil dealers. Trice r,0 cents Foster-Mllburn Co., Baftftto, N. vv York, sole agent for the Culled States. Remember the name Doan's and io other. . i.k BALB House. 1616 Hecla st. PUB siALK y-room nouse. 710 Water works st. a Mjli SA UK Four-room cottage. iMl Middle st.. Calumet. 1 Hi: WAl.tv- Klve-room house No. iMU.I R street. Apply Jas. Ilarnette. X FOR HALF 9-room house, summer kitchen, coal shed, barn room for 3 horses, etc. Apply 1501 Hecla at, Hec la. for salw 11-room houae. Appiy''-1 Rockland p' X FUR HA LK Lot 8, block 3 Wolverine sL, Florida. Apply at Mrs. Chap man'i boarding house, 123 Karargo at., south. FOR 8AL.B Secen-room house, 36 Caledonia st.. Calumet, Mich. FoK BALK 8 -room House. No. 3 7a. on Caledonia sL Tartlculars at Wick B & Co.'s store. Pine at. n SALE House Mi. 67 LaleUeni t.. Albion. FOR SALE House, No, SS Oak at., Yellow Jacket. FOR SALE 6 -room bouse and ba.n. Apply at 33 Caledonia aL a FOR SALE 5 room house cheap, 34G (ia led or la st. FOR SALE Six -room Laurlum St. bouse, 1624 2651 Union Street. A good house in a desirable Lcatlon. Apply on prem ises. lt I ill SALE 8 room house at very reasonable figure. 520 4th St., Blue Jacket. Thone and electric light. Ap ply on premises or C. A H. office. LEGAL NOTICES. HOUGHTON FIRE HALL AND FIREMEN. Oct, 4-11-18-25 Nov. 1 -8-i:.-22-2! Dec. 6-1-20-27. MoRTCAOE SALE Default having been made In the condition of a certain mortgage made by winiam ,i. Oeotnaa nnd Gertrude l oombe. his wife, of Calumet Town htpi Houghton County, Michigan, par ties of the first part, nnd Joseph W. Sehh ri of the same place, party of the second part, bearing the date of the Thirtieth dny of January. A. D. 1907, i. ml recorded In the office of the Regis ter of Deeds for tho County of Houghton, Michigan, on the thirty first day of January, A. D.. l!o7. In 1.1'mr MM. of mortgrKs, on pages ::I4 315. which said mortgage was duly as signed by the said Joseph W. S Idea to the First National Hank of Calu met, a corporation organised and ex luting under and by virtue of tho bank- FOR SALB--1625 Hecla sU F' YR s a L i 7 -room huuae with n k foundation. 7:'fi Waterworks s- POB SALE 7 room house ami barn. 3507 D BL FOR It EN 'I One rurnlshed rooia. 4325 Acorn Ht. FOB RENT 4 Rooms. 3204 Ridge J FOR BALE Flva-room houae, 863 Al FOR SALE '. L orn cottage, at a bargain. 2614 Liberty etreet, Raym- buultuwn. FOR SALE House No, 1138 Tunnel in. rwedtow. FOR SAI-E H. isu No. 403 Elm St. Yellow Jacket. FOR HAI: -12-r.K.iii nouse, 103 Lau rlum st. holt SALE-4-ioom house No. 4!6. behind Calumet dam. In-iiiir within ri.K male ruoin"house, 4081 Elm Bt Fo R HALE 7-1 i house Uood rocK found. itl.m, summer kitchen In base ment. Early callers will make fnen bargain. 3652 Unloa fctr.eb Ai'Plf premises , FOB RENT i furnished rooms. Mod ern conveniences. 37f Bcott at. FOR sLE 6-rooin house, No. 3044 Swedetoa-o rotxi. Apyij on premise