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The 'L'Anse Sentinel.
A ItEPCBLIOAN NEWSPAPEK Devoted Wo the Interests f L'Anse, Bum. and tha ntlr Couuty. Editor and Publisher, i ufccription.l.BO per year. Invariably In Advance. Official Paper of Ilaraga County. Entered as Second-Class Mail Matter In the Poet OfBca at L'Anse. Mich. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. The date opposite each subscriber's name In the printed address on each paper Indicates the time to which the subscription la paid. By ob serving this a subscriber way know at al) time Just bow hi subscription account HtamU. and n cane any error la made In Klvlnff credit for the payment of money on subscription. It is the duty of the subscriber to uollfy thla office without unnecessary delay. Usually the publisher continue aendlnfr the paper until It is ordered dtHcoutlnued. whether the subscription baa eiplred or not. If a sub scriber desires It diHcoutinued, he ahould an notify thlM office, and pay up arrearage, If there be any. COUNTY OFFICERS- Albert T. Streete. Circuit Judge, Hough- octav SicoTT. Sheriff, L'Anaa. WiLLua L. Masom, Prosecuting Attorney, 1 McMaHO, Judge of Probate. Baraga. Martin Voetscu, County Clerk audiStegtster f Deed, V Ade. Johk O. Kab, Treasurer, Baraga. John Mahklb. County Surveyor. Baraga. H. J. SupiHTand Philip VoTt:u, L'Anse and Kichahu Feohb, Uaraga, Poor Commia- loner. .,. Pa -bick Ciillinet, County Game and Fish Wa.-den, L'Anse. SUPERVISORS. Oiir W. Bee. Arvon Township. Fbkb W. HtuwALN. Baraga Townhlp. Johw Ei.rAM, Covington Townhlp. Fbank W. Footb. L'Anse Township. Samuel T. McKehcubr, Sporr Townihlp. BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. Rtlveotkr O. Clinton, County School Com missioner, Ilnraga. Mne Katr ('ukkt, L'Anse. Miss H. O'Connor. L'Anse. SATURDAY, MAY If). 1900. There are two classes of people in the world the lifters, or boosters, and the lcaners, or knockers. The best authorities on the earth quake and firo losses at San Fran cisco now places them at $30,000,000, while the losses of .fire, insurance companies are reckoned at between $110,000,000 and $120,01)0,000, of which between 00,000,000 and $40, 000,000 comes out of foreign com panies. All of which is subject to further revision. The republican voters of ten con giessionial districts, eleven senator ial districts, and most of the repre sentative districts of the state have filed the necessary petitions to secure the privilego of voting on the question of nominating their candl dates by direct vote. The party election to decide this question wi be held Tuesday, Juno 12th. On this same date will take place the nomination of candidates for govcr nor and lieutenant governor, and also the election by direct vote of delegates to county conventions to tend delegates to the state conven tlon. Referring to the charges and criticisms directed against the re publican candidate for governor throughout the last state campaign the Muskegon Chronicle thus well sums up the present situation. "Rut now with Governor "Warner in office almostyear and a half, the people can judge how baseless are these charges. Any intelligent man who has followed Govenor Warner's record must admit that he hat shown the strength and force re quired in the chief executive of the state, and that he has given to his official work much more of his per sonal time and efforts than has been the rule with governors in recent years. He has mingled freely with the people and kept constantly in close touch with the interests of the state and people. He has looked carefully after the state's business which is apparently being trans acted with more than ordinary care and energy. Governor Warner has made some mistakes, it is true, but who is there of past governors who has made fewer errors or less seri ous ones? The record of the last year and a half should strengthen Governor Warner with the people." Interesting Statistics. The report of the Mfchigan labor bureau for the past year appeared recently. The publication is always interesting; as it keeps in touch with the industrial life of the state. The usual tables of factories and employes, and reports of in spectors take up most of the vol time. The chapters on the labor outlook and the success of state arbitration are valuable to all. Michigan ranks high as a manufac turing state, and ber prospects are bright A feature of this year's report is a collection of newspaper statistics, never before gathered. There are 85 dally and 661 weekly papers published in Michigan, be sides 133 other Deflodicals and magazines, many of national circu lation. These represent' five thous and employes and four million do! lurs in capital, ranging In size from the country one-mau print shop to the largest daily. Illustration. show many newspaper offices. Notice of Adoption of a County Road. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of county road commissioners of Baraga county, held in the office of the county clerk, in the village of L'Anse, in said county, Wednesday, May 2nd, A. D. 190G, the following resolution was adopted by a unani mous vote of all members elect of said board, viz: Resolved, that the following des cribed road in Spurr township which is a part of what is known as the "Nester Tote Road," be and same is" hereby adopted as a county road, after one notice of its adoption has been given: Commencing forty (40) rods south of the quarter (,) post between sec tions twenty-six (20) and twenty seven (si.) In township forty-eight (48,) north of range thirty -one (31,) west, and running thence west eighty (80) rods. Said described road to be a part of and included in what is known as the "Nester Road." Martin VoErscii, Clerk of the Board of County Road Commissioners of Daraga County. Notice of Adoption of a County Road. Notco is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of county road commissioners ol liaraga county, held in the office of the county clerk- in the village of L'Anse, in said county, Wednesday, May 2nd, A. D. 1900, the following resolution was adopted by a unanimous vote of all members-elect of said board, viz: Commencing at a point where the "Baraga and Houghton road," form, erly'adopted by this board, ends. near the top of Fewsville hill, in section ten (10.) township fifty (50,) north of range thirty-three(33)west. thence running north to the section line between sections three (3) and ten (10,)in township fifty (SO ) north of range thirty-three (33) west. Said described road to be a part of and included in what is known a: the "Baraga and Houghton road." Mabtin Voktscu, Clerk of the Board of County Road Commissioners of Baraga county. Notice of Adoption of a County Road. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the board of county road commissioners of Baraga county held in the office of the county clerk in the. village-of L A use, in said county; Wednesday) May 2nd, A. D i;uo, me louowing resolution wa adopted by a unanimous vote of all members-elect of said board, viz Commencing at a point where the "L'Anse and Skanee road, "formerly adopted by this board, ends, near the northwest corner of section twenty-five (25,) in township fifty one (51,) north of range thirty-two (32) west, thence running about one mile in a westerly direction to the section line between sections twenty six (26) and twenty-seven (27,) near the northwest corner of section twenty seven (27,)in said township fifty-one (51,) north of range thirty two (32) west. Martin Voetscii,- Clerk qf the Board of County .Road Commissioners of BaragaLbuotj Car for Inaomnla. One of the best and simplest cures for insomnia is said to be the odor of raw onions. They should be crushed to pulp In order to free all the juice. Smell this substance for ten minutes after re' tiring. It is said to quiet the most nerv ous person and relax the most over wrought nerves. It is hardly pleasant, but is said to be efficacious. Klagr Ma1cki A recent letter from Abyssinia Je ecrlbes King Menelek as a man of about AO yeart of age, dark in complexion, his face marked with smallpox and his chin covered with a slight gray beard. He has a keen, thoughtful face, brilliant dark eyes and through an interpreter converses Intelligently with his guests. ' Draw Yonr Owa Coaclaalom. A German doctor, who has been col lecting Information about the habits of long-lived persons, finds that the ma Jorlty of those who attained old age Indulged in late hours. . Bight out of ten persons over 80 never went to bed till well In the small hours, and did not get up again till late In the day. Queer Name. Ferjuary, Hungary's new prime mia Mer, has a name that looks as though the first two months of the year had toea pie to make it Bang Township Board Proceedings. tomrlAI-t ' ' ' Daraga, Mich,, May 1st, 1806. A regular meeting of the town ship board held in the clerk's office was called, to order by Supervisor Scbwdlm. , There were present Justice Markle, Clerk Cochran.Supervisor Schwalm Absent Justice Cameron. Minutes of meeting held April 25th, were read and appoved. The liquor bond of Charles Gam ache, as principal, and Prosper lv Barge and Peter CSirard, as surities, was accepted by the following vote. Yeas:-Markle, Cochran, Schwalm. Nays:-none. . 'On motion of Schwalm, supported by Markle, the following bifls were allowed by the following vote. Yeas:-Markle, Cochran, Schwalm. Nays:-none. Chas. Walmer, cutting trees from high way, 1J days team .1. day labor, 1 day inspect- r ing Pelkie road, 1 swivel bonk and livery $14 Carl Ei'ickson, J day labor ... 1 00 A. Guldquist. ditto .... 1 00 John Markle.lJ days surveying cemetery road 6 00 M. Zelkosky, removing 2 trees. from highway... 1 00 On motion the bill of M. Zelkos- key for breaking road during the winter, wa? laid on the table. Yeas: all. There being no further business, on motion meeting adjourned. John A. Corn ran, Township Clerk. Doctor fa London. There are more medical men in Lon don than in the whole of Scotland and Ireland together. Wasting? Time. We have . seen men who will argue rlth a liar. Washington (la.) Demo :rat Hal In Ohio. The average annual rainfall of Ohio for 14 years Is 37 inches. First pub May 19; last June 3, lOne NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION! Department of the Interior. Land Otllce at Marquetter Michigan, May 10, WOrt. Notice In hereby Riven that the following- named settler hus tiled notice of her Inten tton lo make filial proof In support of her claim.nnd that anld proof will be made before County Clerk at L'Anse. MU-li.. on June 2V ItfOtt, viz: Homestead entry No. Q.Wi of Mary Price, for the N-, of ME'i utidhW'i of bt of Sec. 12. To. ol N. K. Sa W. fine named the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and rumra tlon of said laud rli: Robert Price, William li. Price. Peter Ool bach, of Baraaa. Jllch Joseph Aubert, of Pelkie, Mich. THOMAS SCADDEN. Reenter, First pub. May 10; Last June S3, llMXS. notice for FuliHcatioii. Department of the Interior, Land OlUce at Marquette. Michigan, May 16, I MM. Notice la hereby (riven that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention make final proof In support of his claim, md that sulci proof will be made before the Keglster and Receiver at 'Marquette, Mich,,, un June ;25, IMJri, vU: Homestead entry No, xi ot unmes uoiumuitn, for tne NGx or hec II, Tp. SI N. It. Si) W. ,. Jl" h He names the following witnesses lo prdve. ii m ruiHiuuiiui rreiiiriice upon una cuipiytlion oi sum tana, viz: r reu reuer, ol iHlilietiung llch. : Oottlleb Keller, of Ishnemlnir Mich : James It. Letherby, of Hkanee, Mich., George u. L,eiuei-uy, oi cticanee, anon. Thomas Scaddex, Register First pub. May 10: Last June 23, ISXM. . Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. Land OlUce at Marquette, Michigan, Mar Irt. luirt Notice Is hereby (riven that the following' named settler has tiled notice of his Inten' tiou to make final proof In support of his iMaim. ami that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Mitrouetle. Mieh . nn lune as, IVNkJ. rl: Homestead entry No. 10IHI of r reo reuer, lor tue ot see, ao.Tp, 61 N. K. 3D west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon' and cultiva tion of said land, viz: James (Joldsmllh, of i-Anne. Mien.; James K. Letherby, of Hkanee Mich., John Losselyong.-of Ishneinlnir. Mich.! ilottlleli Keller, of Ishpeming, Mich.; George a. Liemeruy, oi nxanee, men. Thomas Scadden, Register. First pub. May 13, Last July 14, ltt6. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United Htates Land OfHceu Marquette. Michigan' May 7, 1006, Notice Is hereby (riven that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1H7M, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Ore gon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land Htates by act of August 4, IWI2, Erik KristiunHon.of Yalmar. county of Marquette, state of Michigan, has this day tiled in thla office his sworn state ment No. 1442, for the purchase of the 8W'4 of Section No. 3, In Township No. SO N., Range No. 30 W and will offer proof to show that the land sought la more valuable for Its timber or atone than for agricultural purposes, and to establlh his claim to said land before the Keglster and Receiver at Marquette, Michigan, on Tuesday, the 17th day of July, IMA. lie names aa witnesses: Carl O. Oothe. John-Wills, Edwin Larson, Anton Johnson, all oi Marquette, Mien. . ' Any and all persona claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims In this office on or before said 17th day of July, 1906. TUOXAS SCADDEN. Register. First pub. April tl. Last May to, 1906. Rotics lor Pttlcaboa. Department ot the Interior, Land Office at Marquette, Mich., April 18, 1906. Notice Is hereby riven that the following tention to oak final proof In support of bis claim, and that aald proof will b made be- namea aeiuer nas mea notice OI ma In lore me Clerk or the circuit, Court at Hough too, Mich., on Jan 7. 1906, vis: Homestead entry No. I0DMI. of Oust Johanson, for the NH of Nffli, SWU of N WW and N W of 4SWW Of Seo. M, Tp. 62W..R. 4 W. Ho namea the following wltnMiM La rmva ala oontlnaoua residence upon and cultiva tion of said land. tIi. I Albert Harry, of Tanl- ola, Mieh., John Heorlcksoa. of Tapiola, men,, s. loom Buernao, or uournton. Mica William KoUJa, of Hancock. Mlob. caddim, Beg Istor. w fell. rES. LUTEY'S is headquarters for the IlppcrP We have more glass area than all the otli bined. That's why we can 6ell Cut Flowers, o 4 CHEAPER THAN ANYONE ELSE. LOOK AT OUR PRICES. ROSES all colors CARNATIONS NARCISSUS " HYACINTHS 14 L1LLIES VIOLETS per bunch All telegraph and telephone orders promptly filled. Send in your orders, large or small, we will till them and guarantee satisfaction. Lutey's Greenhouses. 136 SHELDON ST., HOUGHTON. Greenhouses at Chassell and Calumet, Flrstpub. Apr. 7. Last June 9. 1906. Tim her Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. I'Dlted State Land Office, Marquette, Mich., March 2ith, lHOrt, Notice la hereby clven that In compliance with the provision of the act of Corturesd of June 8, IB11, entitleu "An act tor the eale 01 timber land in the etuteg of California, Oregon, Nevada and W'HBhin'tou Territory," a extended to all the t' lit) lie Laud tatei by art ol Aujunt 4, lsx:, M. Ethel Kobinoon .of Chaonell. county of Iloui-h- ton, state ot Michigan, baa tbta day filed in thla omre ner sworn BtHtement o. iwi, tor the pur chase of the NWV ot NV4 of Hec. No. 8. in township No. S3 N, Range No. 3.1 V and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricul tural purposes, and to establish her claim to said land before the Clerk of toe Circuit Court, at Houghton. Mich., on Monday, the 11th day of June llHUi. Hhe names as witnesses: Simon Denomle. of Assinins, Mich.: Peter K. Kber, of Chassell, Mich,: Orrin W.Kobinson. of Chassell. Mich.: Tobias 1'eterson, of Tapiola. Mich. above-described lands are requested to file their Any ana an Dersons claiming aaverseir tne claims in this office on or before said 11th day of June, luuo. Thomas 8CADUBN. Register. First pub May IV, last June 16, 1906. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, . Land Oltlce at Marquette, Michigan. May 7. 1UU6. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has Hied notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the circuit court at L Anse, Mich. .on June 91th, HKM viz: Homestead entry No. 1114, of Fred Lund berg. for the SK of SE.YV'-i of NKVi and SKli of SWV of Sec. 4. Tp. 51 N., R HO W. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land. viz: Harry Lundherg, Andrew I'eterson. Charles J. Newnson, Leonard C, Swan son, all of Skanee. Mich. THOMAS SCADDEN, Register. . First pub. May 5. Last June 9, 1IH. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior.-;-,! Land Office at Marquette. Michigan, V ri April 2S, 1UOH. titles is hereby given that the following named atatler has filed notice of his intention to make ftniil -proof in support of. his claim, and that' said proof will b made before the Clerk n(-the Circuit Court at L'Anse. Mich., on JiitiH .W. HUM., viz homestead entry No. 10709 of Carl A. I'etterson for the NE4 of Sec. 23. Tp 51 N. R, 80 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his Continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land; viz: James R. Letherby, of Skanee, Mich., Andrew I'eterson. of Skanee, Mich., Earnest Dsn bom. of Calumet, Mirb., George Danbom, of Calumet, Mich. Thomas Scaddi!. Register. First pub Feb. 34. Last May 1U, lUOti. Mortgage Sale. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage made by Frank Denomle and Elizabetn Denomle. his wife, of Keweenaw Itsy, Uaraga County, Mirhigan. Parties of the first part, to Oowan, I'eyton Twoliey Co., a corpora tion under the laws of the State of Minnesota, having its head office at Duluth, St. Louis county, Minnesota, which mortgage is dated April Kith, A. I).. 1W04, and was recorded In the office of the Register ot Deeds in and for the county of Baraga, State of Michigan, on the 2Sth day of April, A. D. 1904, at three o'clock In the afternoon. In liber six (tl) of mortgages, on pages three hundred and forty-six (iMu). three hundred and fortv-seven (817.) three hundred and forty-eight (818.) and three hundred forty-nine (819.) on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the thedate of this notice for principal, the sum of one hundred and eighty eight and fifteen one hundreths dollar, (;KS li) and the sum of twenty and seventy one hun dreths dollars i0 70.1 for interest, in. I an ... torney fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00.) provid ed for in said mortgage, and no suit or proceed ing at law having been instituted to recover the moneys secured by said mortgage, or any psrt thereof: now, therefore, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and the statute in such case made and provided, notice Is hereby given that on Monday the 21st day ot May, A . D. lUOti, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, the premises in said mortgage described, or so much thereof aa may be necessary to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage, with legal costs, will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, at the front door of theConrt House in the vlllsgs of L'Anse, in wie rouiiiT oi narags, mate oi mirnigsn, that being the place ot holding the Circuit Court In snn tor said cuumy. The premises to be sold are described In said mortgage as follows, to wit: All that certain piece ot land situate In the nlare called Keweenaw Bay, township of Baraga, county of Baraga, state of Michigan, which Is described as follows, to wit: Bounded by and enclosed within a line commencing at point elghty-elx iWI) feet north of and five (5) feet east of the south west corner of lot num bered one (1) of section thirty-four (84) In town ship fifty-two (52.) nortU ot range thirty-three (38) west, running thence east one hundred (100) test, thence north fifty (50) feet, thence west one hundred (100) feet, thence south fifty (50) feet to the place of beginning, together with store build ing now thereon wltb such additions and Im provements as may be made upon same. Dated February list, A. D. 1906. Gowam, Pittom TowaaT Co.. Mortgagee. By W. R. To writ, Treasurer. W. I.. Masom. Atty. tor Mortgagee. Business Address. L'Anse. Michigan. W. L. MASON, Attorney at Law, L'Aom, Mioh. r Peninsula. ers com- : Plants, Emblems for Funerals, Etc., 11.00 to $1.50 per dozen. 50o to 75c 50o to 60c 50o to COc $2.00 . 25c First pub. March 4; last May 86 , 1906. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office. Marquette, Michigan, March 2l,iuu6. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 8, 1STS, entitled "An act for the sale ot timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and wasnington Territory, ' as extended to all the Public Land States bv act of Jtuirust 4. lSMt. John M. Croze, of Houghton, county of Hough ton, Mate ot Jiicnigan, lias this day Hied In this office his sworn statement. No. for the purchase ot tne IV ol Section No 15. In Town ship No. 52 N.. Range No. 85 W, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land Oeioretne Clerk ol the Circuit Court ol Houghton County, at Houghton, Michigan, on Monday, the 28th day ot May, 1!M He names as witnesses: Will C. Baudin, Cyril Carpenter, William Carpenter, Lawrence L. Croze, all of Houghton. Michigan Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in tnisomce on or oetore saldiatn day May. 1IW0. Thomas Scadden. Register. . 7070 HOUGHTON Capital, Surplus, $150,000 $150,000 Jas.H. Stager.. ., J. H. Rice J. B. CooPEll , W. B. Mc Lacs hum. A. N. BaI'dim t. .. President .....Vice-President Vice-President Caahler .Assistant Cashier Interest Paid on Savings Deposits. ....OF... Marquette, Mich. Organized January 22, 1804, Capital, - $150,000. Surplus, - $50,000. fX"7JT" President KiiwardH. Btci Cashier S:.LB""RD Assistant Caabler Seldin B. Cbabt ... .Second Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS. Peter White, K. M. Kaufman. 8. R. Kaufman L. Q. Kaufman, Edward 8. Bice. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY . Thew CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of Houghton, Mich. officers: GRAHAM POPE. . V. 8EEBER.... C. II. MOS8 President .Vice-President Cashier directors: Graham Pope. C. V.tteeber, B. F. Cbynowetn, J. H. Jasberg, E. R. Hall, A. F. Beldkamp, A. M. Schulte, John O. 8tone, C. B, Moss. SON. Cashier ; H. C. DAVIS, Asst. , Cashier: ROY A. YOUNO. Id Aaat. Caahler. , The Uarqnette National BANK: NATIONAL BARK OF MARQUETTE, MICH. CAPITAL, . flC3,C:3 , DIRECTORS: 'r." LoSrT?rWU1,B' - Matber, Fred Si? W-J5fJ tr1 H Berole. Daalel W? Powell. Daa H. Ball. Noah w. Ore, J.Q, ( Reyaolds, rranh J, jenslaoa. , ' We Solicit YcurDuoitiesa Tb Has an established reputation for turning out P rmro) TO ft aa n Of tivery Decription and at Reasonable Prices. 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