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f. The L'Anse Sentinel. A REPUBLICAN JJEWSPAPEIt D?t4 to th Interest t L'Anse. Baraga. ad the atlr County. oeO, C. JACKMANi Editor and Publisher. Subscription; $1. 50 peryeor, Inrarlabtr la Advance. Official Taper of llaraga County. Enured a Second-Cla Mall Matter loth ' Pont OMc at L'Anse. Mich. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. The date opposite each subscriber's name In the printed address on each paper Indlcatee the time to which the subscription la paid. By ob ler "in this a subscriber may know at all time; liiMt bow bla subscription account Btands. and n ea an, error Im made to ,Wni th payment of money on subscription. It la the duty of the subscriber to notify tbla office without unnecesary delay. Usually the publUber continue sending the raner until It is ordered discontinued, whether the subscription has eiplred or not. If a sub acrlber deslrea It dlwonllnued.be should an notify thU office, and pay up arrearage, if there be any. county orrictR. Albert T. Ptrbtm, Circuit Judge, Hough- orrT SiroTT, Sheriff, L'Anse. William L. Mason, Prosecuting Attorney, Jaumh McMAnon, JuJjreof Probate, Barne-a. Martin Vobtsch, County Clerk and Register )f Deeds, L'Anse. Jon O. RiAL,Treanurer, Baraga. John Marklr, County Surveyor, Baraira. II. J. Ssifrrt and Philip Vorrsra. L Anae and Riciiaru rioKl, Baraga, Poor Commla tlonera. . . p -rick CitluhbT, County Came and Fleh Wa.-Uen, b'Aoie, SUPERVISORS. Oi.of W. Brn, Arvon Township. Fhbo W. Hchwalm. Baraga Township. John Elf an, Covington Township. Frank W. Foot. L'Anse Township. Sanuil T. McKcrchrr, Sprr Township. BOARD Of SCHOOL EXAMINERS. Btlthtih O. Clinton, County School Com aalnsloner, Raraga. Miss Katb Cubkt, L'Anse. , Miss H. O'Connor, L'Anse. SATURDAY. JULY 28, 1906. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. A Republican county convention for Baraga county is hereby called to meet in the Town Hall, in the village of L'Anse, on Tuesday, July 31st, 100(J, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing two delegates to attend the 12th congressional dist rict convention, to be held in Iron Mountain, August 15th, 1906, and to select the requisite number of dele Kates to attend the senatorial and representative conventions yet to be called. The several townships In Uhe county are entitled to the following number of delegates in said county convention. Arvon ....... 1 Baraga........ 6 Covington 2 L'Anse . . . .. ... 5 Bpurr.. ....... 1 Total............ ....... 15 Fred W. Schwalm, Chairman, Rep. County Com. Automobiles are to be cheaper and the expectation of the manufac turers is that this will make them go still faster. Miss Bertha Krupp is showing evidence of good sense she is re puted to possess. One of the wealth iest girls in the world, she is soon to be married, and has already put her fiance to work learning the de tails of the business, which after the wedding it will bo for him to look after. He takes to it kindly it is said, and as soon as competent will assume the management. Miss Krupp's good sense is in making her husband work instead of classing him among the family attachments to be fondled and petted. Keeping him busy-will deliver him from those temptations which come to men who have leisure and their wife's money to spend. Virtue (and domestic felicity will be prompted thereby. Too many girls of wealth have spoiled their husbands by letting them loaf. Miss Krupp will not make this mistake, and she is wis&J ici uusuuuu .win wurK. Figures presenting the estimate in bushels of the American grain crop of the present season continue to give promise of almost unprecedent ed iresults. That good prices will prevail in spite of the great crops to be harvested in this country now seems assured by reason of the fact that the wheat crop of Europe will be about one hundred and fifty million bushels short, as compared with last year's wheat crop. But whether or not the European short age developes, the enormous in. crease in American consumption will insure fair prices to the Ameri can farmer for his products. Ninety five per cent and more of all tbe agricultural products of the United States are bought and paid for and consumed at home. American wages are the (most influential factor so ir as American products are coo cerned, and that la why the Inter ests of the American mill od of the American farm are Inseparably connected with tbe purposes and results of American protection. j Tbe newspapers of Michigan should not again repeat the blunder many of tbem made several years ago. In seeking to protect the postofflce department from imposi tion tbe third assistant postmaster general is fighting tbe legitimate newspaper's battles and he deserves their support. Millions of dollars are lost to the government every year through tbe fact that the second-class mail privilege has been grossly misused. Tbe mails have been flooded with publi cations claiming the privileges of newspapers and legitamate periodi cals which were not what they claimed to be. And the newspapers have been persuaded to attack the very means which were being taken to protect tbem. Assistant Post master General Madden is working rn a right direction and his work is deserving of cordial and aggressive support from the newspapers. The increase in Michigan's an nual primary school fund distribu tion, from hardly one dollar a few years ago to about eleyen dollars for the present year, with an assured payment hereafter to each school child of from four to six dollars per year, is an incident in Michigan affairs in the highest degree credit able to the management of state matters during recent years. Tbe Income through which this primary school interest is provided comes from the much larger receipts to the state from several sources, the rail road tax payments being of course the principal item. But the state's income has increased and is increas ing from every source from which earnings have eer been received, while state expenditures in most directions have not increased. That is a condition which should be quite satisfactory to tbe people of Michi gan. Republican Congressional Convention. A convention for the Republicans of the 12th Congressional District of Michigan is hereby called to meet at tbe Court House, in the city of Iron Mountain, the 15th day of August, A. D. 1906, at 11:30 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of placing in nomination a candidate for representative in congress for this district; also for tbe purpose of electing a congressional committee for the ensuing two years, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the convention Attention is called to the follow ing resolutions which were adopted at the district convention at the city of Marquette, July 15th, 1902. "Resolved, that hereafter when delegates are elected to any republi can congressional convention in the 12th district of Michigan, the chair man and secretary of each county convention shall forward by mail to the chairman of the congressional committee immediately after this shall have been chosen, a certified list of the delegates elected at said county convention in order that prima facie role of the convention ' may be prepared by the congres sional committee. ''Resolved further, that the sense of this resolution be incorporated in the call of any congressional, con vention hereafter 'held in this district." The several counties comprising the districts are entitled to one dele gate in said convention for every 500 voles cast therein for Governor at the last presidential election, and to one additional delegate where, after this apportionment, the remaining votes thus cast are more than 250, no county having less than two dele gates, making the following repre sentation, to wit: County Vote for Gov.,04 Del. 3 2 8 8 7 5 23 4 2 2 3 14 9 3 4 Alger 1,333 769 3,758 4,184 3,376 2,711 11,309 1,807 695 457 1,725 7,045 4,431 1,745 1,768 Baraga Chippewa .. Delta, ..... Dickinson.;. Gogebie .... Houghton... Iron f Keweenaw., Luce. Mackinac.. . Marqjette... Menominee.. Ontonagon.. Schoolcraft.. Total... 97 By order of the Republican Com mittee for the 12th Michigan Con gressional District. u. U. DAVIDSON, Chairman, M. M. Duncan, Secretary. Dated, Iron Mountain, June 30, 1906. FOR CANAL WIDENING. Lowest Bid Submitted By Chicago Finn. Bids were opened Tuesday after noon in the United States engineers office in Detroit, for the widening of St. JMary's canal above the locks at the Soo. The two lowest bids were as follows: Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co., of Chicago, $552,530. Great Lakes Construction Co., of Buffalo, 1625,860. , Other bidders who submitted estimates were tbe Buffalo Dredge Co.; Mc Arthur Bros. Company; H. E." Talbott and John Griffith. Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! at Wm. Kilz A Co's store, Baraga, in all kinds of goods. rtrst pub. July SI i - Last Aug. 11, lfWO. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIQAK. Tbe Probate Court for the County of Baraga. At a session of said court, held at tbe pro bate office, in tbe Tillage of L'Anse, in said county, on the 17th day of July, A. D. ItfOtt. Present: Hon. Jauiea McMabou, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Mary Price, deceased. William Price having died in said court his petition praying that a certain instrument In writing, purporting to be tbe last will and testament of said deceased, Mary Price, now on tile In said court be admitted to probate. It la oidered.that the 14th day of AugiiBl.A. D. 19116, at ten o'clock iu tbe forenoon, at said Crobute office, be and U hereby appointed for earing said petition, It is further ordered, that 'public notice thereof be given by publlcatWjn'of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of bearing. In the L'Anse Sentinel, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. James McMahon, Judge of Probate A true copy, Jamks McMahon, Judge of Probate. First pub. July 21, Lat Auj; ll.lDOo. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for tbe County of Barasra. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in the village of L Anne, in said county, on the thirteenth day of July, A. D IWM. Present :lIon. James McMahon, Judge of Probate. deceased. August Paulson, executor. having filed in said court nls petition praying that tne time for the presentstlon of claims against said estate ne minimi ana msi a nine anu piacr oe appuinveu to receive, examine and adjust all claims and de mands .against said deceased by and before said court. It Is ordered, that six months from this date be allowed for creditors to present their claims against said estate. it is further ordered. That the first day of February ,A.D 1UU7. at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for the examination and adjustment of all claims and demands against said deceased. Jamis McMahon, Judge of Probate. W. L. Mason, Atty. for Estate. Business Address, L'Anse, Michigan. W. L. MASON, Attorney at Law, L'Anse, - Mich. S; Brennan Block, L'Anse. Complete Line of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles. Full Stock of : : MEdlnlnES. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded All kinds of Hunters' Am munition. JUST RECEIVED, a large assortment of- Paints, Oils, Varnish, Glass, etc, in large or small quantities. Zellen Pharmacy M First pub. June 9; last August 11, 1908. Timber Land, Act Jpni 3, 1878, Notice roa Publication. United States Land Office, Marquette, Michigan, June 6, IWM. Notice is hereby given that in comnllance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 8. 1W8, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the Mates of California, Oregon, Nevada, ana Washington Territory," as extenaea to all tne Public Lsnd States by act of August 4, ltftlt, William Uugo, of Baraga, county of Baraga, Slat of Michigan, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement, No. 1VW. for the purchase of the N of W V and S E of N W U of Section No. 14, In Town ship No. 4tf N Range No. St 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 una Deiore tne county Clerk at l ahi, Mlchiuan. Monday, the lath dav of Auirust 1V00. lie names as witnesses: Tefor Durand. of Baraga, Mich,; Albert LaBean, of Baraga, Mich.; Jonn Loonsroot, oi Assinins, Mien.; James J Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said tilth day August, ivw. Thomas Scaddbn, Register, First pub. June 16, Last Aug 19,1900. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office. Marquette, Michigan. June IS IMOtJ. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of tne act of Congress of June 8. 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land Htates by act of August 4, 18W3, haute M. Tomblln, of Kenton, county of Hougn ton. State of Michigan, has this day filed In this office her sworn statement No. IMS, for the purchase of the H W k lit KWMol section Ko. OU In T, ....... I, I X! jU V IJ.n..A V' Oil UT mA will offer proof to show that tbe land sought Is more valuable lor its timber or stone tnan tor agricultural purposes, and to establish her claim to said land before the Kegister and Receiver at Marquette, Michigan, on Monday, tbe zutn asy oi August, iwuo. Matt Lahtl, Henry Aslin.Otto Asa uroes, all oi Kenton, Michigan. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are reo nested to die their claims in this officeon or before said SOthdayof August, iwo. THOMAS SCADDEN. Register. First pub. June 80. Last Bept 1. 1906. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, Marquette, jnicn., June ah. 1906, Notice is hereby given that in comoliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 8, 1878. entitled "An act for tbe sale of timber lands in the states of California, Oregon. Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4,1892. Michael P. Losselyong, of Ishpeming, county of Marquette, state or Micntgan.nas tnls day tiled In imaomcenis sworn statement ao.wTu.ior tne pur chase of the W'i of SEU of Sec. No. 83. in township No. 51 N. Range No. 80 W and will oner proot to snow mat tne una sougnt is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricul tural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land' before tbe Register and Re ceiver at Marquette, Mich., on. Wednseday, the Din aay oi neptemoer, ivun. Fred Feller, (inttlieb Feller, Joseph Douglas, all oi isnpeniing, .men . Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 6th day of sepieiDoer, inun. THOMAS SCADDEN, Register. First pub June 23d, Last July 23th, lHOtt. 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 against said land or any assignee thereof of record: Take notice, that sale has been lawfully made of the following described land for unpaid taxes thereon.andthst the underslirned has title there to under tax deed issued therefor, and that you 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 the Register in Chancery of the 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 service or cost of publication of this notice, to be com puted as upon personal service of a declaration as commencement of suit, and the further sum of five dollars for each description without other additional cost or charges. If payment as afore said is not made, the undersigned will Institute proceedings lor possesion of the land Des. Hec. Tp N. R W. Amt Pd. Tax for SE.fof SEi 1 8W!i of XKSi I NEofSK 1 BKi of NEH 1 51 81 $4.90 isou 6 89 UMH 10 84 1IKI2 51 81 6 90 1HW9 H.3 1901 10 84 19lfci 51 31 6 90 1899 6.89 1M01 10.8 1902 51 34 6.90 1899 689 1901 10.84 1902 All In Baraga county. State of Michigan. (Signed.) Akna 8, DoNOHlif. Place of Business, Marquette, Mich. Dated April 14th, 1906. Proof of Failure of Service, Personal and Mall STATE OF MK'IIKJAV County of Baraga, I do hereby certify and return that after dili gent search and careful Inquiry I am unable to .. ..... ... .. -.,uv. ... punt-unite .uuntn of Hans A.. Anderson, one of the grantees named in the last recorded deed or deeds in the regular chain of title to tbewithin described lands. 0(TAVI SirOTTK, Sheriff of said County. First pub. July 21; Last Aug. 11, 1906. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. Tbe Probate Court for tbe County of Baraga. At a session of said court, held at the Pro bat Office in the Tillage of L'Anae, In said county, on the 16th day of July, A. D. 1906. Present: Hon. James McMahon, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Philip R. McKernan, deceased. May McRae, surviving executrix, having filed In said court her final administration account, and her petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment and distribution of the residue of aaid estate, It Is ordered, that the 13th day of August, A. D. 1906, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for examining and allowing aaid account and hearing aaid petition. It la further ordered, nhat public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to aaid day of hearlng.ln tbe L' Ar.se Sentinel, a newspaper printed and circulated In aaid county. Jahxs McMahon, Judge of Probate Atrneeopy. Jabis McMahok, Judge of Probate. W. L. Maboh, Atty. for Estate, Bnalneaa Address, L'Anse, Mich. First pub. July 7. Last July t8, 1006. Y NOTICE. To Whom it May Concern: Notice Is hereby given by the undersigned freeholders of the township of L'Anse, la the county of Baraga, state of Michigan, that applica tion will be made to the board of supervisors ot said sounty at their aext meeting, to be held on the 7th day of Angnat, A.D. 1906, that the follow Ing described territory, to wit. Town 47, N of R MW; Town 48, N of R St west; Town 40, N ot R Mwset: BHof Town47,M of R,8S west; Iu of Towa 48, N of R, 88 west and Bt4 of Town 48, N of R. 81 west, be detached from the aaid township of L'Anae, and erected and organised Into a new township, 'to tbe called the township of Herman. Dated .this th day of Jane, A.D MM. Henry Paaanen Angast Kootto Isaac Kolja Crickt Kayramo . Peter Abo Axel Haveri Jeoaebh PekkaU Jacob LalU Herman Kerenea. MikeMyllymaa Ales Mlekelsoa Matt Anderson First pub. May 16; Last July Z8, 1908. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice For Publication. United State Land Office, Marquette, Michigan, May 83, 1908. Notice Is hereby given that In compliance with the provision of the act of Congress of June S, 1878. entitled "An act tor the sale of timber lands In tne state of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Publio Land States by act of August 4, 1S9S, Houghton, state of Michigan, ha this day filed In this office his sworn statement No. 1456, for tbe in township No. 50 N., range No. 86 W and will offer proof to show that the land sought 1 more vuluable for it timber or stone than for agricultural purpose and to establish bis claim to aaia lana Deiore me county cierc at Hougn ton. Mich., on Tuesday, the 81st day of July 1906. He name as witnesses: Donald Grant, of Silver, Mich.;Out Peterson, of Silver, Mich.; Leonard Gillespie, of Alston, Mich.; Robert Byrne, oi Alston, Mien. . Any and all Dersons claiming adversely th above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 81 st day of July, 19U0. .-' Thomas Scaddin, Register. First pub. June 23, Last July 88. 1906. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Marquette. Michigan, June 80, 1906. Notice is hereby given that the following named settlers nave Died notice ot tneir intention to make final proofs in support of their claims, and that said proofs will be made before the Register and Receiver, at Marquette, Mit-h., on July 80, 1906, vis homestead entry No. 10201, of Leslie Letberby, for tbe N E M of Section 26, Tp 51, North of Range 80 West. And homestead entry No. 10215, of NowellC. Oakes, viz. 8 R of Section 25, Tp 51, North of Range 80 West. They name the following witnesses to prove their continuous residence upon and cultivation of said lands: viz: James R.Letherhy.of Sksnee, Mich., Leslie Letherbv, of Sksnee, Mich.. Ernest Frost, of skanee, Mich., and Nowell C. Oakes, ot Skanee, Mich. Thoxas Scaddik. Register. First pub. July 7; Last Sept. 8, 1S06. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Lsnd Office, Marquette, Michigan, June 30tE. 1906. Notice Is hereby given that in compliance with the provlmions of the art of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the states of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the public land states by act of August 4, 1892, John Wills, of Marquette, county of Marquette, state of Michigan, has this day filed in this office hi sworn statement No. 1475, for tbe purchase of the N4 of NWV of Sec. No. 27, In township No. 61 Is . , Range No. 80 W.,and will offer proof to show that tbe land sought is more valuable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver, at Marquette, Micblgan.on Tuesday, the 11th day of September, 1906. He names as witnesses: Charles Perry, ot Mar quette, Michigan: Charles O. Gothe.of Marquette, Michigan; Sylvester McLess, of Marqiiette.Michl gan; George H. Letherby, of Skanee, Michigan. Any ana all persons claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claims in this officeon or before said 11 th day of September, 1906. THOMAS SCADDEN. Register, 7670 . HOUGHTON Capital, Surplus. $150,000 $150,000 Jar.H. SiAeia J. H. Ricb J. B. Cooper W. B. McLacqhu. A. N.Bacoim President Vice-President Vice-President Cashier .Assistant Cashier Interest Paid on Savings Deposits. F. W. READ, Pres.; D. W. POWELL. Vice-Pres.; F. H. BEOOLE, Vlce-Pres.; r. J. 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