OCR Interpretation


The L'Anse sentinel. (L'Anse, L.S., Mich.) 18??-current, June 16, 1906, Image 8

Image and text provided by Central Michigan University, Clark Historical Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn96077142/1906-06-16/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

School Board. Proceeding
0X00XC00000000
An 1 adjourned meeting pf
board 1 or education oi we town
ooo
s.
000
ship df L'Anse was held Id the
Town Ball, in the township clfrk'a
"THE HOME OP GOOD CLOTHES."
office, pa Friday, June 8tb, 1906,
jl jl nii iW i
T
"L
at 7:30lo'clock p. m. s
p.
P.
rv-
.1. H?:fc-4 sa
If A .
. The tneetincr was called to order
. by President II. J. Seifert
were 1
Treas.
Charle
There
bresent, Pres. H. J.Iseuert,
W. L. . Mason, CTrustee
Ram baud and Sec.'August
MengeJ Absent, Eri E. Tricy.
' Minutes of previous meetings were
read anfl approved.
On inltion of Rambaud, I upported
by Maftin, that contract! prepared
by H. Tl Liebert be accepted, and
that the president and secretary be
Instructed to execute the same in
duplicate with Verville Brothers
Ayes:-Mason, Rambaud, Seifert,
Nays:-non
ion and support meeting
to JunellthJ 1900. at 1
and Menj
Un mol
adjournec
o'clock p.
lcocst MeJoe, Sec.
An adjturned m&ting of the
board of education off the'townsbip
of L'Anse Was beldj in the Town
Hall, in the! township clerk's office.
on Monday.! June 11th, 1906, at 2
o'clock p. m $ ' j-
Meeting called to .order by Pres.
H. J, Seifert There, were present:
Pres. H. J. eifert,f Treas. W. L.
juason, Trustees oaries itamoaua,
Erl E. Tracy, and Sec'y August
Menge. I
Minutes of i previous meetings
were read andj declared approved as
read.
On motion of Mason, supported
by Rambaud, that4 the secretary is
hereby instru tedjlo advertise for
the sale of bo ds according to the
following plan
L Aose Totnsbip School Board
offers for sale fc bonds ' as follows:-
11,000 payable August 1st, 1907
1,00
1,000
1,0Q
1,000
J.000
1,000
J,WQ
1,500
i,600
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,000
2,500
Sealed bids
the same up ti
25th. 1906. T
1
it
1908,
" 1909
1910
" 1911
" 112
1913 ,
1914 .
-1915
.' 1916
' " 1917
1 ' 1918
1 " 119
1 14 1920
1921
be received for
'clock p. m., June
el board reserves the
privilege of accelting or rejecting
. . v -
any bids oneleci
Ayes Maton,
Tracy and Mengej
On moticm of
by Rambauj, tha
Brothers, dlted J
sum of fl&ooo,
Mortgage &oan
Limited, at sunt;
approved
' Ayes
Tracy
am
On roc
adjourt
'Sect
ason.
MengeJ
tlambaud, Seifert.
Mays None.
Mason, supported
bond of Verville
ne9, 1906, in the
rith the Hancoclj
nd Security Co.,
, be accepted and
tlambaud, Seifert,
Nays None.
ion utxf support meeting
subjectlto call.
Aun-8T Mexqe,
taryBoatd of Education.
A spatial meeti,' called by Pres.
H. J. Ssifert, of tie board of educa
tion of 1 Anse Tofynsbip, was held
InthefTown ITalllin tho township
clerk office, on Tlursday, June 14,
1906, it 4 o'clock, 1 m.
ThJre were prealnt: Pres. II. J.
Soife.lt, Treas. W. C. Mason.Trustee
Charles Rambaud and Sec'y Ausust
Met
Trad
C
by
of
BUI
scl
an
re. Absent
motion of iison, supported
lambaud, that
Holly, Mich.,
riqtendent
ol,at a salary o
IV. J. Morrison
la engaged as
rustee Eri E.
the L'Anse
$120 per month.
yes Mason,' Rimbaud, Seifert
Menge. Nay
n motion and
adjourned to Jut
. f. . .
1 1 ClOCK. d. m 1
, Auoott Menok,
Secretary Boari of Education.
None.
lupporf meeting
25, 19o6, at
7
ODD
FORM OF GRAFTING.
Curious Effects in Woods That Have
Been Secured by the , '
Mexlciins.
Some owners of forests of valuable
woods are trying experiments In the
.southern part of Mexico with the wal
nut trees. It Is not generally known
outside the trade, says Paclflo Fruit
i World, that there are many kinds of
A walnut woods and that onl? Prt of
them have so far been considered val
uable from a commercial poirit of
iew. Now the scheme Is to make
tese less valuable or worthless wal
nuts commercially valuable. And the
process is a carious one.
lt consists of opening
Sihe trees and injertinjc
the roots of
injertlnit ens or more
Brennan Block, L'Anse.
Complete Line ,of
. Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, Fancy
and Toilet Articles.
Full Stock of : :
- .(
HEiilnlnES.
Prescriptions C&relhlly Compoooded
All kinds of Hunters 'Ammunition.
JUST RECEIVED,
a large assortment
of-
II
Paints. Oils, Varnish,
Glass, etc., in large or
small quantities.
L 1 ;!
i
Men's
Summer
Suits
3 U R SELECTION of
q$ clothing is one of the
broadest and most criti
cally selected in this vil
lage. Everyone who lias
inspected our stock has
remarked on the wide ;
range of patterns, iod
weaves that we spread
before customers. Ta
pick just the color, just the style
you want is an easy matter at our
store. '-:- ' :- -:
We Me Inspection.
"We Call Your Special Attention
this Week to our Sale of -:-
Fancy Silks
for Shirt Waists, Etc. They
are the designs formerly
sold at 80c; this sale at 59c N
and
39c.
D. LEV1TAN;.
and Qtttitig Parties
will do :wb11 to look over
our extensive line of
Goods
Everything that goes to
make the trip an enjoy
able one. Everything
that is needed for a quick '
and wholesome lunch.
7& 4l
nut3, which are quite "small, from tbe
beet varieties of walnut trees. It is
said tbat these nuts, which are careful
lr sealed in with wax or a stuff, water
proof stopper, impart a new or closer
grain and coloring to the tree.
The southern Indians of Mexico have
for centuries been in tbe habit of se
curing curious effects in coloring on
fine woods by inserting in the above
manner nuts of other trees into the
roots of the living tree. . An enterpris
ing planter in Tabasco has been fol
lowing out this Indian idea with curi
ous results. He mentioned this to
other haclendados, and now several of
them are experimenting with the
coarser kinds of walnut trees with en
couraging results.
SINGING DEMORALIZING.
Too Many People ' Who Have
Voices Insist on Appearing
in Public.
No
"Far too many people want to sing
and try to do it, with the result that
our ears are tortured and demoralized,
and year by year tbe art of singing la
dying out."
In the above words John F. Runcl
man, the musical critic, sums up his
views on the decaying art of singing.
"A man without flnger6,""ne 'Says,
"does not try to play the piano; one
without legs does not try to ride a bi
cycle, but anyone who can get out the
most lamentable croak thinks .himself
or herself justified in getting up In a
drawing room and howling sentimen
tal balderdash. 4"
"A society should be formed for the
suppression. of singing save in the
strictest privacy. It would meet with
the. most violent opposition from The
fashionable singing masters, at whofs
doors you may see on any line day in
the season rows of carriages.' r"
"They wait until stylish ladles with
out voice receive 20 minutes of oily
flattery and absurd instruction from a
man who knows nothing of the voice,
nothing of music, nothing of the art
of singing, but rakes In guineas all the
day long.
"The fashionable teacher of singing
Is the enemy of mankind and a curse
to music." .'" ' '. (
' WHAT FIRST STOVE WAS.
Simply the Hut or Cave in Which
. Primitive Han Made Bis
Swelling.--'
. The most Important uses, of firs were
taught by firs itself, writes 8. E. For
man. In "Stories of Useful Inventions'
In St Nicholas. As the primitive man
stood near tne flames of the burning
tree and felt their pleasant glow he
learned that Are may add to bodily
comfort; and when the fiames swept
through a forest and overtook a deer
and baked it, he learned tha? fir
might be used to Improve the Quality
of his food. - Tbe hint was not lost
He took a burning torch to his cave
or but and kindled him a firs on his
L'ANSE, MICH.
R BRENNAN
IANSE.
MICH.
oooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooo
FREE
Beantifnl Hand-Decorated
Dinner Sets.
We have just received a large shipment of bigh-grade Semi-viterous
decorated Porcelain Ware, which we are going to give to our cus
tomers FREE. Our plan to enable you to secure a Dinner Set free is
through a coupon system, which accompanies every cash purchase.
Come In and Let Us Explain.
MATT HANSEN.
Our Spring Stock of Dry Goods
la now read jr for inspection. Now Js tbe time to select your houedreAea.
All lew wauh froodi Id tbe latest effect. Prints Cambrics and Fercale In
great variety. White and ecru linen for shirt wUt suits. White shirtwaist
lnga In mercerized cotton, also fluent mull and dotted Swiss flannel for sailor
costnmee and emblems for same. . Gballles In the daintiest patterns, Galatea
cloth, Muresco cloth and striped Cheviots for children's Romper suits. Coma
In aud examine the new and strictly up to date goods to be found at
j
J. B Smith's, t
noor oi varin. mis awemng Tinea with
smoke, but he could endre the dis
comfort for the sake of the fire's
warmth, and for the sake of the
toothsomeness of the cooked meats.
After a time a hole was made In 'the
rcof of the hut, and through this hole
the smoke passed out. Here was the
first sove. The primitive stove was
the entire house; the floor was the
fireplace and the. hole In the roof was
the chimney. The word "stove" orlg
Inally meant "a heated Toom.""So that
if we should say that . at first people
lived In their stoves we would say that
which Is literally true.
A BURRO AND A THISTLE.
Favorite Food of the Diminutive Bar
den Bearer and How
. Obtained.
The Rocky mountain burro, one of
the most sagacious of animals, seeks
the thistle as a favorite food, and the
pungent spines, with which it protects
its leaves at every angle are doubtless
a recognition on its part of this fond'
ness of grazing animals for it. Few
experiences of frontier-life are more
amusing, Bays . Country ' Life 'In
America, than to watch the donkey's
attack upon a large bull thistle. He
walks about it, seeking for a favorable
opening, projects his Up glngerllngly
against Its spines and jerks back as
he feels Its prick. He surveys it pen
steely for a moment or two and then
slowly raises his foot and strikes It,
pausing to watch the effect of , the
blow. He then perhaps strikes It from
the other side and watches again., The
blows become rapid, 'and at length it
Is broken down and thoroughly tramp
led, after which It is consumed to tbe
last vestige. , ', .. -
HEW , YORK SAMARITANS.
- . .
Incident of the Fallen Horse, the Calm.
. Drlrsr and the Willing .
,-: Helpers, ";s , :
It has been said of New Yorkers,
and tbe saying Is supported by series
of traditions, that if the wind Hew
off a man's hat In New York at least
E0 pesons will run to pick l .vpM iu-
J. 0. v Zellen, M; D ,
L'ANSE and BABAGA. .
L'Anse Office in Drug Store."
Baraga Office at Jerry's Pharmacy. 1
Office Hours at Barasa, 10 a. m. to 12m.
tSTTelepbonecall Promptly Answered
Day or Night. . -
CITY
Meat flaiM
L'Anse, Mich.
All kinds of Fresh and Cured
Meats, Fresh Butter, . JEggs, ,
Vegetables, Fruits, etc. " Also
choice line of Canned Goods..
ious -to recover it,; orusn it and rua
a block to return' It to the owner.
Yesterday a horse drawing, a heavily
loaded wagon en the Bowery flipped
and fell. Before the animal got Q p BLANKENHORN
mruugu kii.-h.iiis uuu Binigsuug it was
tangled In the harness from bridle to
breeching.
The driver looked tired and seemed
to enjoy his cigarette and the respite
from work, Jn a minute horse and
wagon were surrounded by a crowd.
Twenty or more men got busy and
pretty soon the horse was on its feet.
the harness adjusted and the.- prowd
scattered. - The driver didn't move an
inch from the time the horse fell until
he clucked to the horse to resume tbe
trip. He didn't even smile. He took
It as a matter of course.
Phop.
L'ANSE LODGE, NO. 445
1. O. O. F., IAnse,Mich.
Reirnlar meeting's each
Saturday eveem? at I
o'clock, at Seifert rs Hall
Altltlnff brothers arecordiallr welcome.
Al'oi'ST Mixes. K. a. Math En. .
Secretary N. O
. Don't Kill the Hawk. ,
Man vnas emnea more . than any
other animal in trifling with nature's
balance. Clover crops and the killing
of hawks are apparently unrelated yet
the' hawks eat tbe field-mice, the
field-mice prey on the immature bees,
and the bees fertilise the clover-blos
soms. The death of a hawk means an
over-increase of field-mice and a eon
sequent, destruction of . the bees.
Country Life in America. . . ' - .y.
Farming
-. Lands
; r 'THE BIST THJCRB ARE, f
pnn flirp ON
t Ull iViLlY at low pricks.
Lioness and the House. .
- Tesa It's really true then that
Martha Strongmind is to be married
to Mr. Timid. ; '
Jess- Not exactly. Martha says he
Is to be married to her..t '.
' "OI yes, of course; she has asked
you to be her . bridesmaid, han;t
her
"No; she asked me to be her. ''best
woman.' "Philadelphia Press, ; : J
rizu n o trrzi rzriiLi
18 PROFTTABLEj IT I8M6T AN IX
PKEIMKUT NOW; IT HAH BIEK
PBOVEO AN t'R QUALIFIED SUC
CESS. TBT IT A '
skid ror CUCU1I.
,. ;. i ', . ..: ,
. , ' im) .-. ' .;,
B HIi jnaoPHfiRRAN,
La4 pommlMloaer D.8.8. A. BY.,
. MARdUCTTE. MICH. ' '
DUlutli, South Shore X Ht
lantie Railway.
I a "(I ; I .
TIME TABLE. v
In Effect Feb. 4,' 1906. .
Trains Leave L'Anse. , ?
For Houghton and the I '
. Copper Country.. . 4;00 A.I.
For Duluth and.' the ;
West.... V....t,9:00 A.M.
For Detroit and points
East tll:44 A.M.
For Houghton and., the -
Copper Country.also
Mass, Rockland,
Ontonogan, etc. (ex- '
cept Sunday). 10:33 A.M.
ForChlcago via Nenaunee '
and C. 4 N. W. ITy, - ;
and for Marquette , ..
and intermediate ' 1
points daily . . . .'. . 4:55 P.M.
For Chicago via Champion '. -
and CM. A St.P. R'y ; ;
(solid through train). 6:00P.M.
Forllouihton and the
Copper Country ... .f5:55 P.M
ForSaultSte. Marie, Bt.
lEnaceaad all points ,
. East, also for points . i,
... on tbeOoRsblcrange,
Daluth, West Super ,-r
: tor and all points : '
. west. . i . . . . . ... 11:35 P. U I
(Dally. tDallyeieeptSnndsy.)
eheeke4 free on each full ticket and U
IMPORTANT 150 posodt of bsr'ire will fee.
All la eiceae of sue free allow.
oaBt on
bslf ticket
are will Ve charged fot la aeeordaaee wlta n.h.
Uskdtarlfl.
Always mark same sad dsstlaatloa oa b...
i " . niMw pi'w m inn BiaiMT OI tDS
cowck.wkteh will aid ideaUaeaiioa and reooverr
tn case of kee. : 1 '
fortlekets. time tablet and otharia "
formitlosapplf tt ,
E. P. Bcbtjlts,
'TtCket A sent.
L'Anti, H!c

xml | txt