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A REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER Devoted to tbe Intereeta f L'Anae, Baraga, and tbe ntlr County. OBO. C. JACKMANi (d I tor and Publlaher. Subscription. $1.50 per year. Invariably In Advance. Official Paper of Barajra County. Entered aa Second-Claaa Mall Matter Id the Post Office at L'Anae, Mtcb. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS The date opnoMte each aubecrlber'e ' . i - whi.h the atinerrmuon im -j i to whlch.tbe subscription la paid. By Idr ihla a subscriber may know at all tn serving this a suosenner mj - - t in cut any error I made to Blvlns; credit for the payment of money on euWrlptlon, It la the duty of the aubscrlber to notify thle office . Uanally the publisher contlnuee eendlnjr the 1 i , la lUvontlnued. whether the subscription haii expired or not. II ! "tub acrlber deslree it dlHConlluued, be ahould ao notify tbla omce, ana pay op i there be any. COUNTY OFFICERS. AlbbtT. Stbbbtbb, Circuit Judge, Hough 'Ji:... nherlff. L'Anse. Wiluam L. Huoi, Proeecutlng Attorney r. u.ui.m JnilM of Probate. Baraaa. Mauti VoaracM, County Clerk and Reglater af Deeds, L'Anse. u.. rnnni Surveyor. Baraga. u i (.iud Philip VobtmcM. L'Anse and Ricbabo roa, Baraga, Poor Comml Pa bick.Cot.lihbt, County Oama and Flab Warden, L'Anse.. SUPERVISORS. Om W. Bsb. Arvou Townahlp. rnao W. Schwami, Baraga Townahlp. Joaa Elfma. Covington Township. rAaa W. Tootb, L'Anae Townahlp. Samobl T. MoKxrchsb, Sparr Townahlp. BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. SrxTHTBa O. Cmmton, County School Com mlaaloner. Baraga. . Miaa Katb Co bht, L'Anae. Hue H. O'Coaaoa, L'Anae. SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1900. Fred M. Warner will enjoy i history the peculiar privilege of having been the first governor of Michlgau selected by direct vote which open opportunity was given all the members of his party to par ticioate. And this distinction will be shared by Patrick H. Kelley, the republican candidate for lieutenant governor. Their election in Novem ber. ' too. will be practically as unanimous as was their nomination at the primary elections in June It has been estimated that the in creased cost of a ptir of shoes by reason of the tariff on leather, is from two to seven cents. The effort to save seven cents a pair on shoes through a revision of present traiff rates would probably be the most expensive move the history of such efforts has ever known. Under present arrangements the shoes are made here, the wages for their mak inir are Daid here, much of the leather is produced here, and the entire transaction is one of home gain' and home profit. More than one million emigrants were added to the producers and consumers of the United States last year, and their coming did not to any degree disturb the wages paid to American ' labor. What would have , been the result had the pro ducts of the labor of this great army of emigrants been shipped to this country from foreign factories and farms and workshops? Had a policy - which encouraged such shipments been In existence here there would have been little or no desire on the part ofthe foreigners to come to America. Their coming is a far rreater source of profit -to all lines of American industry than could be secured through the shipment here of the products of their poorly paid labor from our country's competi tjrs la trade and commerce. It would be well if Mr. Bryan would take advantage of his pros pective visit in London to inform himself as to conditions there In order that he may make compari sons with affairs in his own country when he returns. We are told that mere are more man a million peo ple In London willing to work and asking for work, who are not more than three meals removed . from hunger; that thousands have no work of any kind and that the Jjst of paupers has ever been larger. In .that great metropolis oftjfreat Dritan than at the present time. Mr. Dryan Is coming home to take part In the democratic congressional campaign we are further told, and if his politi cal views have not radically changed he will ask the voters of this country to change the tariff policy of the United State so as .to make it the same as the tariff policy of England and London. If be will fully Inform himself as to present conditions In London he may be able to give some interesting details In connection Ith his plea for the Enfillsh tariff policy, even though the details may not help bis peculiar cause.-. Council Proceedings. L'Anae, Mich., JuneTth, IMS. A special session of the common council of the village of L'Anse was called to order by President Geo. Jackman. There were present Trustees Williams, Johnson, Sands, Rambaud and Blankenhorn, and C. D.Shea, clerk. Absent, Trustee Bentzen, Minutes of meeting of May 10th and May 24th, were read and ap proved. On motion and support the follow log bills were allowed by the follow log vote: ,.: Louis Menard, freight and dravacre. .$ 3 10 L. J. Menard, burvingdog ... 1 00 VanOrden Co., 53,200 lbs coal 110 40 J. H. Schultz, 2 tax rolls.... 3 10 South Shore Railroad Co., freight on coal . . Con Stein me tz, sharpening picks ... .... ....., M. Novak, 6 J days at dock $2 M. Novak, work on highway 27 60 50 13 00 50 S. McKindles,13 days at dock 24 50 John Sands, 15 days at 2.25.. 35 44 CP. Blankenhorn, 6J days team at $2 13 00 Mike Hook, 13 days labor. . . 26 50 South Shore Railroad Co., lease on dock. . ., 5 00 Tug Carringtoo, pulling piles 12 00 Tug Hebard, ditto ' 20 00 C. D. Shea, telegram, express 1 20 CP. Blankeuborn, hauling coal-mdse. to power house . 19 15 F. Collins, filling boiler 2 00 F. Collins, work on street.. .. 1 00 Chas. Hebard & Sons, lumber 39 53 P.C. Murphy. 1 day bd review 2 00 August Menge, ditto 2 00 Matbias Hansen, ditto 2 00 Yeas:-Williams, Johnson, Sands, Rambaud, and Blankenhorn. Nays: none. The assessment roll duly certified to by the board of review was pre sen ted by the assessor and examined by the council. ine following resolution was adopted: Resolved, that the assessment roll as presented by the assessor and certified to by the board of review, be anl is hereby approved, confirmed and adopted for the year 1906, and the perceota. e to be raised on said assessment shall be one per cent on the real and personal property within the cor porate limits of the village.. Yeas:-Williams, Sands, Johnson, Rambajd and Blankenhorn. Nays: none. On motion and support the treas urer oe instructed to collect one per cent on the real and personal property of the village and to make such collection by August 7th, 1906, which was carried. All yeas. Moved and supported that the president and Trustee Williams be a committee to purchase a cargo of coal. On motion and 'support Louis J. Rappe was appointed to collect all electric .lighting charges, at a fee of five dollars per month; he to furnish a bond In the amount. of $250, to be approved by the council for the proper accounting of all moneys col lected, which was " carried by a unanimous vote. On motion and Support the coun cil adjourned. CD. Shea, Clerk. RITES ODDLY AMERICANIZED Chinese lnThis Country Substitute Greenbacks for . Brass in Burial Ceremony. Unconverted - Chinese who ' have lived In America long, enough to be touched by the modernizing influence of the new west, have given a peculiar twist to their already peculiar burial service. It was according to this mod ernized rite, reports the Philadelphia Record, that many crisp United States dollar bills were buried, together with food, in the coffin of Chin Ting, whose funeral took place on a recent Sunday In this city. The original Chinese ceremony calls, for much burning of Incense in the room where the body lies in state and at the burial that food and "cash" be Interred with the corpse. The "cash, or Chinese money is to pay the guide who shows the de parted soul across the Confucian Styx, and the food prevents him from faint ing along the way from hunger. But the American-Chinese is no longer particular that Chinese money accom panies the spirit He reasons that American dollars are as good, and certainly' more easily obtained here and that the wanderer can surely find a bank of exchange In the land of spirits where he can convert the sound money of one of the most pros perous nations on earth Into any cur rency the other world requires. ' ' onllght for All tV Leaves. The telegraph plant of India has a method all its own for catching the sunshine. Each of its leaves Is com posed of three leaflets. The larger terminer 'one erects ltslf duflnf the day and turns sharply down at night, while' the other two; smaller leaflets move constantly, day anfl , night,4 de scribing complete circles with, a pe culiar Jerking motion like the second band of a watch. Occasionally they rest for a period and then go on again, thus bringing every part of every leaf to -the full action of the sunlight. Telegraph Age. Bapaclous Vultures.. , Hungry vultures have attacked men and women in the Valley of Couchs, canton of Valais; a bull was so seri ously Injured in a fight with them that be had to be killed. ust KtMntmeht. ' For erecting in the facade of a girls' school at Wllmersdorf, Germany, a fig ure of a goose and a duck, an architect was mobbed by the pupils. Tae archl tect said the figures represented the be setting weaknesses of the feminine character gossip and vanity. Tour Ages of a Woman. A woman is glad to be 20, ashamed to be 40, sorry to be CO and proud to be SO, TO St. Anne De Beaupre AND RETURN, VIA Dulutb, South Snore & Atlantic Riy., AND CONNECTIONS. Tickets on sale July 15 to 22, final return limit Aug. 31, 1906. Stop-overs allowed on going and return trips in Canada, also on D.,S.S.& A.Ry., on return trip. For full particulars call on near est D., S, S. A A. Ry. agent or write : :- -:- MAIM' ADSON, Gen. Passenger Agent. First pub Juns 3d, Last July 28th, lflOo. NOTICE. To the owner or owners of any and all Interest in the land herein described, and to the mort gagee or mortgagees named in all undischarged recorded mortgages sgalnst said land or any assignee tnereoi oi recora: Take notice, that sale haa been lawfully made of the following described land for unpsid taxes thereon,and that the undersigned has title there, to under tax deed issued therefor, and that yoi are entitled to a reconveyance thereof, at any time within six mouths after return of service of this notice, upon payment to the undersigned or to tne KeeiHier tn i nancery oi tne county in which the lands lie of all sums paid upon such purchase, together with one hundred per cent additional thereto, and the fees of the sheriff for the aervlce or cost of nubllcatlon of this notice, to be com nuted as upon personal aervlce of a declaration as commencement of suit, and the further aum of five dollars for each description without other additional coet or charges, if payment as afore said is not made,' the undersigned will institute proceedings for poseeeiion of the land. Des. Sec. Tp N. R W. Amt Pd. Tax for SEjfofSEX 1 61 34 fA.OO 1RM IN 1901 10 M 190 SWHofSEH 1 61 84 6.90 1HMI 0.89 1901 10 84 1U02 NEHofHE 1 61 84 6.90 lHtw 6.89 1901 10 84 lUOg HE of HE 1 61 84 6.M 1W9 6.80 1901 10.84 1908 All id Baraga county, State of Michigan, (signed.) ahna b, uomomci, of Business, Marquette, Mich. Ml April 14th, 1906. Place Dated Proof of Failure of Service, Personal and Mall STATE OF MICHIGAN, ) County of Baraga, fas. I do hereby certify and return that after dili gent aearcn ana careful inquiry 1 am unable to ascertain the whereabouts or noat-offlce address of Hans A. Anderson, one of the grantees named in tne last recoraea aeea or aeeas in tne regular chain of title to thewlthln described landa. Octats Stcorm. Sheriff of aaid County. j First pub. June 3, Last July tS. 1006. . Notice for Publication. ' Department of the Interior. Land Office at Marquette. Michigan, euneau, inn, Notice la hereby given that the following named settlers bmve fl men nonce oi tneir intention to make final proofs in support of their claims, and that aald p roofs will be made before the County Clerk, at L'Anse, Mich., on July 80, 1906, vis homestoad entry No.lOSDl.of Leslie Letberby, for the HI li of Section W, Tp 61, North of And homestead entry No. 10S15, of Nowell C Oakes, via. 8 K of Section tB, Tp 61, North of They name the following witnesses to prove their continuous residence upon and cultivation I of eald landa: vis: Jamea R. Letberby, of ttkanee, LMich., Leslie Letberby, of Skanee, Mich., Ernest I Krost, of Hkanee, Mich., and Nowell C. Oakea, of nsanee, men. - Thomas Scaddin. Register, First pub. May 12, Last July 14, 1900. Timber Land, Act June 3, 188. Notici for Publication. , United Statea Land Office, . Marquette, Michigan, May 7,1000, Notice la hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of tha act of Conm-es of Jnna 8, 1878, entitled "An act for. the aaia of timber laoas in tea statea of California, Ore gon, navaoa ana wasnington Territory," extended to all tne public Land Statea by act of Angustl, law, ana Krtatlaoeon.or Yalmar, county of Marauetta, atata of Michigan, haa thla day filed in thla office bla aworn atate tnent No. 1448, for the purchase of the BWi of Section No. 8, la Townahlp Mo. 60 N., Range No. 80 W., and will offer proof to ahow that the land Bought la more valuable for lta timber or atone than for agricultural Kurpoeea, and to eatabllea. hla claim to aald tnd before tha Kegtater and Receiver at Marquette, Michigan, on Tueeday, tha 17th day of July. 1 WOO. He names aa wltneaaaa! Carl O. Oothe, John Wills, Edwin Larson, Anton Johaaon, all of Marquette, Mleh. Any and all persona elalalng adversely tha above described landa are requested to file tneir claims in tnia office oa or before aald 17th day of July, 1MB. . ' THOMAS SCADDIN. RefUter W. L. MASON, Attorney at Caw, L'Aqm, Mioh. Plret pub. June 19, e , Laat July. 7, IMS.. ' PROBATE NOTICE. ; ) STATflpF JflcaiGAN. r j The Probata Court for the County of Baraga. ' At a malon of said Court, held at the Probata Office la the rlllage of L'Anes, In aald County, on the eleventh day of June, A. D IttUd. Preeent:Hon. Jamee McMahon, Judge of Probata. In the matter of the eetate of Peter Olaon. deceaaod. Auguat Paulaon having Sled In aaid court bla petition praying that a certain Inarm. ment in writing, purporting to pa ins ia win and teetament of aald deceaeod, now on file la aald aourt, be admitted to probate, and that the administration of aaid eetate be granted to Auguat Paulson, or to some other aultable peraon. ' it la ordereo, mat ine ninta nay 01 uiy, m.. D. I1MM, at ten o'clock la the forenoon, at aald pro bate office, be and la hereby appointed for bearing aid ruttitlnn . It la further oraerea, That puoue nonce tnereoi be given by publication of a copy of thla order, tor three aucceaalve weeka prevloua to aald day of bearing, In The L'Anae Bentinei, a newipaper printed and circulated la eald county. aim acBui e uugv vi rfUD-uv. . A true copy. ; - " Jambs McMahob, Judge of Probata. W. L. Mason, Atty. for Estate. ' Business Address, L'Anae, Michigan. First pub. JnneSd; last June t3, 1906. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OP MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the Count? of Baraea. At a seealon of eald Court, held at the Probate Office, In the Villaire of L'Anae, In aald county, on the th day of May, A. D. 1IKM. Present, lion. James McMahon, Judge of Pro bate. In the matter of the Estate of Peter Charlea Plcard having filed In aald court his Setltlon praying that aald court adjudicate and etermlne who were at the time of his death the legal heirs of aald deceased and entitled to in- Derit the real estate oi wnicn aaia aeceaseauiea seised, A. D. 1906. st Un o'clock In the forenoon, at aald Probate Office, be and la hereby appointed for gearing aaia petition. It is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in the L'Anae Sentinel, a newspaper printed and circulated In said County. Jambs McMahon, Judge of Probate. A true eopv. James McMahon, Judge of Probate W. L. Mason, Atty. for Petitioner. Business aadrees, L Anse, Micnigan, . First pub May 10; laat June 23, 1000 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of-the Interior, Land Office at Marquette, Michigan, May 16, 1900. Notice la hereby given' that the following- named aettier has filed notice of her intention to make final proof In sup port of her clalm.and that said proof win be made before county Clerk at L'Anse, Mich., on June 20, 1900, vis: Homestead entry No. 03fl6 of Mary Price, for the NH of SE andsWM of SEX of Sec. 12, Tp. 51 N. R. 85 W. She namea tha following wltneaaea to prove her contlnuoua realdence upon and cultiva tion of aaid land vis: Robert Price. William H. Price. Peter Oolbach, of Baraga, Mich.; Joteph Aubert, of Pelkle, Mich. THOMAS SCADDIN. Register, First pub. June 2d; Laat June 23d, 1900. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Baraga. At a session of said court, he'd at the Pro- bale omce in tbe Tillage of L Anse, in said county, on the 29th day of May, A. D, 1900. Present: Hon. James McMahon, Judge of Probate. In tbe matter of the estate of Frank Plcard, deceased. Charlea Plcard, having filed in aald court bis petition praying that aaid court adiudl cate and determine who were at the time of bin death the legal helra of aaid (deceased and entitled to Inherit tbe real eetate of which said deceased died seized. It la ordered, that the 25th day of June, A. D. 1906, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at aald probate office, be and la hereby appointed for hearing aald petition. It la further ordered, Hhat public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of mis urarr, lor luree successive wee ks previous to said day of hearing in the L' Ar.se Sentinel, a newspaper printed and circulated in aald county. Jakes McMahon, J udge of Probate A true copy. Jambs McMahon, Judge of Probate. W. L. Mason, Atty. for Petitioner, Business Address, L'Anse, Mich. First pub. May 10; Laat June 23, 1906. Mce lor Publication. ' Department of tne IntrlA. Land Office at Marquette, Michigan. May 10, 1900. Notice la hereby given that the following -cv.iri una uieu notice oi nia intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that aald proof will be made before the Reglater and Receiver at (Marquette. Mich . on June 125, 1 BOS, vis: Homeatead entry No, He namea the following wltneasea to prove 1 l"""'nw upon ana cultivation of aald land, vis: Fred riir. nf i.kn.ni Mich.; Gottlieb Feller, of Ishpemlng, MlchTj Jamea R. Letberby, of Skanee, Mich., Oeorge Thomas Scaddin, Register. First publication June 10; Laat July 7, 1000. PROBATE NOTICE. STATIOF MICHIGAN. Tha Probate Court for tha County of Baraga, - At a session of aald court, held at the pro omce, in tae village of L'Anse, in said county, on tbe 14th day of June. A. D. ions Preaent: Hon. Jamea McMahon, Judge of Probate. " In the matter of the eatata of A. C. Shaw, deceased. ' WlUiam Shaw having filed in aald conrt hla "'"- mu court adjudicate and determine who were at the time of hia ... ; aeire oi aaia deceased and en titled to inherit the real eatata of which aald deceased died seized. It la oidered, that the ninth day of July. A D. 1906, at ten o'clock in the forenn E rotate office, be and la hereby appointed for earing aald petition, ,or It la further ordered, that publlo notloa thereof be given by publication of a copy of tbla order, forhree auccesslva weeka prevloua to aaid day of hearing tn the L'Anae newspaper printed and circulated Jam is McMahon, Judge of Probata Atrnacopy, Jams McMahon, Judge of Probate. W. L. Mason, Atty for Estate, Buslneaa Addreaa, L'Anae, Mich. First pub. June 10, Laat Aug 18, 1906. ' Timber Land, Act Jcni 3, .1878. ' Notici fob Publication. . United States Land Office. Marquette, Michigan. June IS 1900. Notice Is hereby given that la compliance with the provlaioaa of the act of Congreea of June a Itm, entitled -An act for tbe eaie of timber lands in the SUtea of California, Oregon. Nevada, and Waahtngton Territory " aa exteaded to all the i . . asioi august 4, 18wt. Sadie M. Tomblln, of Eenton, county of Houeh! toe. State of Michigan, baa this day sed In wis omea aer sworn atetement No. leas, for the purchase of the 8 W i of N W fc of aeetloa No" 10. In Townahip No., N. Range No SS W.. and will offer proof to ahow that the land eoaght Is mote valuable for lta timber or atone than for Tlultersl parpoeee, and to eetabllsh her claim to aaid land before tha Register aad Receiver at Marquette. Mlcala-aa. on Moada. tk. arJT day of Aagaet, 10uS. , She namea aa witneeeees: William Totnblia. Aay aad all aoraona elalmla a4vaat k. above deeeribed landa are rea seated ta tu itj. claims la thie ottice oa or before aald SOU day of AagnettUOS. lauaAa oca-Dunn, Register, First pub June S;,. last August 11, IMS.,. Timber Land, Act Jcne 3, 1878. i - Notici foe PrjBLiOAnoN. .' v- United htatee Land Office, , Maraaette, Michigan, Notice la herebr riven that In eomDllanea with the provisions of the act of Congreea of June S. Ib78, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the Btatea of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," aa axtenaea so ait toe Public Land Statea by act of Auguat 4, 1SUS, William Hugo, or Baraga, eouniy ox State of Michigan, baa thla day SkMl In thla office his aworn statement. No. 180. for the Surehaeeot the N of 8 W and 8 EJ of IWJ4 of - Section No. U, la .Town, ship Ko. 48 N., Range No. St W, and will offer proox to snow inai iuo iauu iuuiui valuable for lta Umber or atone than lor agrl cultural purposes, and to eatabllsh hia claim to aald land before the County Clerk at L'Anae, Michigan, Monday, the lstn aay ox Angus two. He namea as witneeees: Tefor Durand. of Baraga, Mich,; Albert LaBean, of Baraga, Mich. ( John Loonafoot, of Aaslnina, Mich.; James J. Loonsfoot, of Aaalntna, Mich. m ' Any and aU persons claiming adversely the above-described landa are requeated to file their claims In thla office on or before aaid 18th day August, 1908. - Thomas Scaddin, Reglater. first pnb. May 191 Last June ts, 1006. , Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Marauetta. Michigan Mar Id, 1900. Notice la hereby given that the following- named aettier haa filed notice of bla lnten tlon to make final proof in support of hla claim, and that aald proof will be made before Reglater and Receiver at Marquette, Mich., oa June 25. 1900. vis: Homestead entry No. 10181 of Fred Teller, for the N EM ofSeo.BS.Tp. 51 N. R. SO west. He names the following wltneaaaa to prora hla contlnuoua residence upon and cultiva tion of aald land, rls: James Ooldamlth, of 1a.nse. Mien.; James K. Letberby, ol Skanea, Mich., John Loaselrona. of Ishitemtnar. Mich. : Gottlieb Feller, of Ishpemlng, Mich.; George u. Letaeroy, oi Bkanee, Mtcb. Thomas Scaddin, Register, First pub. May 26; Laat July 28, 1000. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice For Publication. United Statea Land Office, Marquette, Michigan, May 23, 1900. Notice la hereby given that In eomnllance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 8, uiB, entitled "An act for tne sale of timber landa in the states of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," aa extended to all the Public Land Statea by act of August 4, 199. Thomas J. Chapel, of Alston, county oi Houghton, state of Michigan, has this day filed In this office his sworn statement No. 1450, for the purchase of tbe 8wU of HW of section No. 88, In township No. 60 N., range No. 86 W., and will offer proof to show tbst the land sought is more valuable for lta timber or stone than for agricultural purposes and to establish his claim to aaia iana neiore tbe county Clerk at Hough ton, Mich., on Tueeday, the 31st day of July 1906. He namea aa witnesses: Donald Grant, of Silver, Mich.; (Oust Peterson, of bilver, Mich.; Leonard Gillespie, of Alston, Mich.; Robert Byrne, of Alston, Mich. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file-their claims in this office on or before said Slat day of July, 1906, Thomas Scaddin, Register. 7070 HOUGHTON Capital, $150,000 $150,000 Surplus, Jas.H. Siaoih.. .., J. H. Rica J. B.Coorxa W.B. McLacqhlin. A. N.Bacdix Prealdeni Vice-Prealdeni Vice-President Cashier .. .Assistant Cashier Interest Paid on Savings Deposits. - ....OF... Marquette, Mich. Organized January 22, 1804. Capital, - $150,000. Surplus, - $50,000. l"o iTur1.;.- Pra-ldent Edw'a an s'Tbioh .V.V.V Vl" P7"inl C;B"A,," AaalVtint oISh Sbldbn B. Ceabt . .. . Second Assistant Caahler ' DIBICTOBS. Peter WbH., K g. Kaufman, S. R. Kaufman Q- uf man, Bd ward S. Bice. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY The CITIZENS NATIONAL DANK Of Houghton, Mich. officers: oraham pope......... c. v. berber..". .7" C H. MOSS President .Vice-President Caahler directors: ?hHmj!' C.V8"W' b- Cbynowetb, 'r'f' Hall, A. F. Heldkamn. schulte, John O. Stone. O.B, Moaa. 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