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The L'Anse Sentinel.
A ItEPOBLIOAN NEWSPAPI5H Devoted to tha loteresta of L'Abm, Baraga, and tha entire County. GEO. C. JACKMANi Editor aod Publisher. Svitjcr iption, $1.50 per year, Invariably la Advance. Official Paper of Baraga County Catered as Becond-Clase Mail Matter loth Post One t L'Anae. Mick. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. - . . l. nku.lhiir'l flAm 111 the printed addreeaoneach paper Indicates the time to wnicn me lumrnpimn !" "" serving tble a aubacrlber may It now at all tlmee ...... .- l. i fe.u..intiI. .Afiunt BtmndM. and lo eaae any error la made In giving credit for the payment or money on uornpiii o, tbe duty of tbe aubecrlber to notify tble office Ueually the publlHher continues sending the paper emu it is oraereu o ,.,-..-. the subscription baa expired or not. If a eub- . i - 1. niuintiiinn.il. ha ahnnld an notify tbla office, and pay up arrearages, If mere do any. COUNTY OFFICERS AiaaitT T. Stbbbtb, Circuit Judge, Hough ten. William L. Mason, Prosecuting Attorney, Jamb MoMiHOW, Jnd (re of Probate, Baraga. MartCN Voitici, County Clerk and Register r Ueeoa, L'Anae. Thomas D. Tbact, Treaaurer, Keweenaw ay. John Mabklb. County Surveyor. Baraga m - t. ii. I'AnM! Oca. C. Jackham, t'AnMi and , Baraga, Buper- Intendenta of tbe Poor, SUPERVISORS. ' Ouor W. Bbbw. Arvoa Township. Fnso W. Hobwalm. Baraga Township. John Ei.fxaw. Covington Township. rAHK W. roora. L'Anse Township. i Samubl T. McKsncnsa, Sparr Township P ?rick CclmniT, County Game and Flan Wa.-den. L'Anse. BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. Stlvbstbb O. Clinton, County School Com nlealoner, Baraira. Miss Kara Coaar, L'Anse. ' Miss H. O'Conhob, L'Anae. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1907 Washington's observance of "Car nation Day" Tuesday in memory of President McKinley was of a more general character than ever before. Scores of senators and representa tives and other public' men remem bered tbe birthday of the martyred president by the wearing of red carnations as boutoonieres. Tbe habit of the late President McKinley of wearing a red carnation was so pronounced during his life time that his friends would have been surpris ed had he failed to have bis favorite flower as a boutonnier. Since bis death the United States Historical society and other organizations have successfully endeavored to establish tbe observance of "Carnation Day" in much tbe same way that "Prim rose Day" is celebrated each year in England in memory of Lord Beacon- field. Tbe loss to Michigan through the leath of Senator Alger is that of a man who found enjoyment in mak ing happier tbe lives of those whom lie could assist. He was true and helpful in all his relations, and the people of Michigan were glad to be true and loyal to him when he was bitterly assailed from many direc tions at tbe close of the Spanish war. It is recognized now that Senator Alger deserved approve rather than criticism, but Michigan did not need to wait and did not wait until he was dead to give to him assurances of confidence and en tlorsement That the closing days of Senator Alger's life were made happier by the cordial approving at titude of his home people will be to the citizens of Michigan always a source of gratltudo and gladness. President Roosevelt's special message through which he urges the enactment of legislation that will help American progress and trado by encouraging the building nnd running of lines of largo and swift steamers to South America and to the orient, will greatly assist in securing an unprejudiced view of the subsidy proposition not only from members of coogress but from the press and tbe people throughout the country at large. The reports which have been circulated that Hill and Harrlman were personally In terested in the Pacific ocean sub sidies are directly opposed to the truth. Some of tbe most aggressive opposition to the bill is coming from congressmen who are most friendly to tbe movements and operations of these great railroad and steamship operators. It fs remakably strange that there should bo such hesitation co jthe part of tbe United States to follow a course which bas proven profitable to our national competi tors. In no other direction will the expeniture of money secure such im Wdiate and ( satisfactory returns. The American people hare too long permitted to continue the loss of prestige and loss of trade which bare i accompanied a woefully Inferior merchant marine. President Roosevelt's appeal includes no new statements or added facts, but it uive emphasis and vlor to the statements and facts which have heretofore been presented. Republican County Convention. A Republican county convention for Baraga county, is called to meet in tbe Town Hall, in L'Anse, Michi gan, on Monday, February 4th, 1907, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to nominate two delegates to the state convention at Grand Rapids, on February 14th, 1907, and to nominate one comrxissioner of schools and one county road com missioner. The several townships arc en titled to representation in said con vention as follows: Arvoo '.. .... .. ...... Baraga Covington L'Anse. . Spurr II. J. Seifert, Chairman Republican County Committee. FUNEBAL Or R. A. ALGER. An Imposing Military Escort Accom. panles Remains to Cemetery. Tbe funeral of tbe late Senator R. A. Alger took place Monday after noon from tbe home in Detroit. Tbe service was as brief as possible at the request of tbe family. Inter ment was at Elmwood cemetery. Tbe re was an imposing military es cort in addition to committees from the United States Senate, House of Representatives, state legislatures, state officials, Governor Warner's staff, judiciary, city aud county, federal officials and commanders and past commanders of the G. A. R. and Loyal Legion. Advertised Letters. Following are the letters remain ing uncalled for in the postofflce at L'Anse, for the month ending Jan 31, 1907: Jaako Hapanen, Will Woods, Zatique Vincient, John Montie, A. DeMarse, William Magnant. Henry Labrecque, Clyde King(2,) Johan E. John, B. Granwick, Wilyam Hil, Fred H. Brode, Anie Mailaneo. Carl Anderson, John Ton, Louise Papin. These letters will be sent to tbe dead letter office March 2, 1907, if not delivered before. In calling for the above please-say "advertised," giving date of list. Maby B. VoETScn, P. M., Poor Report. L'Anae, Mich., February lt, IMff. Hon. Board of Supervisors of Baraga County, Ontlemen:-The following Is a correct list of poor orders drawn by me for L'Anse township, during tbe month of January, 1177. John Bird, supplies. P. Brennan 1 4 00 ortto for George Klijah, Matt flansen IS 00 Peter Marksmanuppliea, C.IIebard A Sons H 00 Joseph Bushy, eupppliee, J. B. Smith 8 00 Kenj Ueorge, supplies. J. B. hmith 6 00 ruomaa viara, board, Mrs. r , uoltecb 73 l nomas I'lark, transportation to Ishpeming, I). S. S. A. Ky. Co 1 90 Total $18 63 Gao. C. Jackhan, Superintendent British frankness of speech makes the English man or woman say things that appear indelicate to us, says writer in Harper's Magazine. They consider us prudish, while we think them a little coarse everything de pends upon the point of view! There la a primness of speech and manner which is Indicative of a half-way stage of culture, it is true. The woman who sustains a fractnre of her nether limb alms at refinement, but goes over the border line Into affectation. Surely this is to be preferred to the twen tleth century fad of discussing a la Bernard Shaw, topics from which our mothers shrank with horror! Hlgh-Ftovwi Metaphors. Mr. Bpurgeon, the great English preacher, was a keen collector of mixed metaphors, finding a rich field In the correspondence that dally w?erwhelmd him. A woman Inclosing a snail contribution for his schools wrote: "I hope this widow's mite may take root and spread its branches until, it Meaner a Hercules in your hands. " Pulpit prayers ot ambitious probationers' added something to the great preacher's store. One prayed that "God's rod and staff may be ours while tossed on the sea of fife, so that we may fight the good fight of faith and in the end soar to Test." ' First pub Feb. t; Last March It, 1907, 8TATK OF MICHIGAN. ' Suit pending In the Circuit Court for Baraga t.ounij. in vnancery, at t A nee, oat tne bhu oay ot jaaaary, .. iui Marcelle Creite. Complainant vs. mills Creite, Defendant. In this cause It SDnearlns? that defendant Emilia Creite la not a resident of this atate. but resides In tbe state of Minnesota, therefore n motion of W. L. Mason, solicitor for complain ant. It la ordered that defendant eater ker an. raaoe in aaia cause oa or before lent montha ia the date of thla order, and that within twenty daya tbe complainant cause thla order to be abllabed la the LvAaee Sentinel, aald pablica Uoa to be con ti need one la each week for six week a la tucceeaioa. Joeira J. O'Conno, Circuit Court Coasmlaeloaer. W. L. Mason, Solicitor for Complainant. Buainess address; L'Anse, Miahlgaa. I Fire pub. Feb. t, Last Feb. SB, 190T. PROBATE NOTICE. STATS OF M ICD.IOAN. The Probate Court for the County of Baraira. At session of said Court, held at tbe Probate Office, In the Village of L'Aoae, in said county on ths HtB day of January. A. D. iwi. Present, Uoa. Janiea McMahon, Judge of Pro bate. In the matter of the estate of John Falk, deceased. tier man J. Kalk baring filed la said court petition praying that a certain instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testa ment of aald deraaed, John Kalk, now on file In aaid court be admitted to probate and that the administration of said eetate be granted to him self or to some other aultalle uerson. It ia ordered, that the mh day of February, A. D.1907.at ten o'clock in tbe forenoon, at aald Probate Office, be and is hereby appointed for hearlnff said natltlnn. It la further ordered, that public notice thereof he given by publication or a copy 01 mie oraer, fur three euBcaaalva weeks, four Insertions, previous to aald day of hearing, in the L'Anse Sentinel, a newspaper printed and circulated in am vounty. Jambs McMahon, Judge of Probate. A true copy. Jambb McMahon, Judge of Probate . First pub January to; Last March 9, 1907. STATE OF MICHIGAN. Circuit Court for .Baraga County, In Chancery Suit pending In the Circuit Court for Baraga County, in Chancery, at L'Anse, Mlcblgan, on January Slat, A. U. iwr. Erik Rehner, Complainant, Lewis NicholsonJohn B. Belanger, JMoCall A McBuroey, Defendants. In this came It anuearlns that the defendants, McCall A McUorney are not residents of tli la atate, but preside in the Dominion 01 canaaa, therefore, on motion of William L. Mason, solic itor for 2-omplainani, it leoraerea mat lue ram MrCsll A MuHurnev enter their appearance in said cause on or before four montha from the date of this order, end that within twenty daya the complainant cause this order tJ be published in the L'Anse Sentinel, said publication to be coutinnea once in eecu wees tur -si wu iu succession. Jos i pn J. O'Connor. Circuit Court Commissioner. W. L. Mason, Solicitor for Complainant, Buainess Address: L'Anse, Mich. First pub. Jan 29; Last March. S, 1907. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Marquette, Michigan. Jao 1907. Notice is hereby given that Edward Fox, of SilTer.Mlrh., baa Bled notice of bla Intention to make final tire year proof in lupponofbta I'laim. via: Homestead entry No. 10431 made Dec. 30. 1900. for the N WW of NEW, section tt, township 50 N., range 30 W., and that aaid Broof will be made before the County Clerk, at oughton. Mich., on March 12. 1907. lie namea tbe following wltneseea to prore bla continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of the land, via: Adelbert L. Ely, of Als ton, Mien.; oonam urant, ot surer. Mien.: Ouat Peterson, of Silver, Mich, j Joseph John son, or Silver, Mich. Jabtis J. Donovan, Register. First pub Jan It ; Last Feb. 10, 1 907 . NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Marquette, Michigan. January t, 1907, Notice Is hereby given that Edward J, Rase mussn,of L'Anae, Mich., hae filed notice of hia intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, via :Homeetead entry No.l0,43t.made Jan. i, iw, tor tne outnweet quarter sec. a, T SI N , Kange SO W., and that aald proof will ! made before the Register and Receiver, at Marquette. Mich., oa Kebruarr aoth. 1907, lie names tbe following witnesses to prove hie continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, via: Charlea Perry, of Marquette, Mien.; Kooert raraer, or Marquette, Mien.; Oliver Durocher, of L'Anse, Mich.; Joseph aicnjniees, oi i Ause, mien. Jams J. Donovan, Register. First pub Jan. It; Laal March 16, 1907. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, . Marquette, Michigan, Jan 8. 1907 Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of conirrees of JuneS. 1HTS, entitled "An act for the sale of timber land In tbe Statesof California. Orecon. Nevada, and Washington Territory," aa extended to all the Public Land btatee by act of August 4, 189t, a amor uompierre. oi Baraga, county or Baraga, state of Michigan, has this dav filed in thla office bis sworn statement No. 1590, for the purchase of the HWS4 of SW4 of section No. 8, In township No. 50 N.. range No. St W.. and will offer proof to ahow that the land sought is more valuable for lta Umber or stone than for agricultural purposes ana to eeiaonan nis ciaira to aaia lana before tne county clerk at L'Anse, Mich., on Wednesday, the t0( h dav of March. 1907. . lie-namea aa witnesses, William Bohmelr, Leon uompierre, Arrtae Bonmeir, uenry Ander- son, an oi oaraga, men. Anv and all persons ctaimlne adverslv the above described landa are requested to file their claim In thla office on or before aaid SOtb day of March, Jambs J. Donovan, Register, First pub. Dec St, 1900. Last rt 0, Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice por Publication. (.lotted States Land Office. Marquette, Michigan. December IS, 190. Notice la hereby given that In compliance with tbe provisions of the act of Conirress of June . IS7S, entitled "An act for tbe sale of timber lands in the tHates or California, Oregon, Nevada, and waamngton Territory," aa extended to all th Laura McKindles, of L'Anse, county oi Baraga. atate or Michigan, has thla day filed la tbla office her sworn statement No. I5H7, for tbe purchaee of the N H of S K U and H E 4 of S I of Section No. 14. in Township No. t, N. Range No. St W.. and will offer proof io ahow that the laud eought is more valuable for lta timber or stone than for agricultural perpoens, ana to estaousu ner Claim to aald land before the County Clerk, at L'Anse, Michlganxui Tuesday, tbe 5th day of March, 1907. Hhe namea aa witnesses: George Plnejoeeph mcKiuum, urv nciuaaies, 1 nomas m, rlts iuick, an oi l nnse, jucnigsa. Aav and all neraona rial mi no u1.ful. Ik. above described lands are reoueated to flle their claims In this office oa or before aaid 5tb day of March, 1907. THOMAS BOADDKN, Register. First pub. Jan. IS; Last March to, 1907. Tixsei Land, Act Junk a, 1878. Notici for Publication. United Btatee Land Office, Marquette, Michigan, .o- taaaaij S, BSSf.' Notice la hetebv elves that la Ma.li.. i,h the provisions of the act ot eonareee of June . JifZS.entitled "An act for ths sale of timber landa I ;? ewwes oi caiuornia, uregoa, Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Dublte land states by act of August 4, ISM, Thomas K. Fitapatrtck. of L'Aase, eounty of Baraga, atate of Michigan, has this day filed la this office bis sworn statement No. IrtOS, for ths purchaee of theBWof section No. 4, In town ship No. 49 N., range No. 34 W , and will oCer proof to show that the land sought ia more valu- aviviur us umner or stone tnaa lot agricultural Eurpoeee,and toesUblieh hi a claim to said land jtfore the eounty clerk at L'Aaee, Mich., oa Tuesdar. ths 1Mb dav of Maseh iaov ' . " as witneeses, Joaepk Mc Kindles, Leo IT. J7," ."""P -ie, rrana aienara, ail of LA nee, Mich. Aav aad all beranna elalmlna mAwmramlw a aoove aeaennea- lands are requested to lie tbetr claims In thla office on or before aaid 19th day of JAJBsa J. Donovan, Register. "I see m young man has raised $60,000 on bad checks," he remarked, looking- up from his paper. "Is that so?" responded his wife. Indifferently. "I'd call such checks good myself." Then he reflected that she didn't know much about business, anyhow. For a -Safe and Profitable TAKE EITHER OR PRE-PAID SHARES IN THE Northern Michigan Association, FOR FURTHER WRITE TO . CHAS. MATTHEWS, 302 Mason Ave.,- Firat pub Jan 18; laat Feb t, tMT PROBATE NOTICE. . BTATE OP MICHIOAN. Ths Probate Court for the County of Baraga. At a session of aaid Court, held at the Pro bate Office in tbe village of L'Anae, in aaid county, on tbe 8th day of January, A. D., inn, Present: Hon. James McMahon. Judie of Probate. In the matter of tbe estate ot Thomaa Ke-che-neo-ke-mon, deceased. Louis Crow having Sled In aaid court a petition praying that aald court adjudicate) and determine who were at tbe time of bla death tbe legal heira of aaid deceased nnd en- tilled to Inherit the real estate of which aald deceased died seised. It le ordered, that the 4th day of February, A. D., 1907, at ten o'clock In tbe forenoon, at aald Probate Office, be and la hereby appointed for hearing said 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 ot hearing, in Tbe L'Anse Sentinel, a newspaper printed and circulated la aald county. JAMES McMAHON, A true copy, Judge of Probate. Jambs McMahon, Judge of Probate. J . J. O'Connor, Atty. for Petitioner. First pub. Dec. Si, 1909. Laat lb. S3, 1907 Timber Land, Act Junb 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United flutes Land Office, Marquette, Mich., December lcttftt. 1908. Notice la hereby given that In compliance with the provisions of the act of Coogress of june a, ibo, entitiea "an act tor tne sale of timber landa In tbe state; of California, Ore - gon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," aa extended to all the public land atatea by act ot Auguat 4, 1893. Leo McKindlea, of L'Anse, county or unreite. state or aucnigau, baa thia day filed in thla office bla aworn statement No. 1589. for the purchase of the NB4 and n wh nun or sec.no. iu, in township No.49.N Range No. St W., and will offer pr roof to ahow that the land nought la more val iluable for Its timber or atone tban for agricultural pur poses, and to establish his claim to aaid land before tbe county clerk at L'Anse, Mich., oa Tuesday, the 6th day of March, 1907. He names aa witneeses: Oeorre Pine, Joseph McKindlea, Thomas B. Fitspatrlek, Laura Mc Kindlea, all of L'Anae, Michigan. Any and e'l persons claiming adversely the aoove-descrlbed lands are requested to file tbelr claims in thin office on or before aaid ith day of March, 19U7. Thomas Scaoobn, Register. First pub. De: Si, 1900; Last Feb S3, 1907 Timber Land, Act June 3, 1873. Notice For Publication. " O ! ' . United States Land Office, Marquette, Michigan, December IS, 1908, Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the provlsiona of the act ot Congrese of June , 1878. entitled "'An act for the aale of timber lanu In theatateeof California. Oreoon. Nevada, anif Washington Territory," aa extended to all the mono tna ntatee by act oi August 4, 189t, Elisabeth McElndlee, ot L'Aase, county of Baraga, atate of Michigan, haa thla day filed In thia office her aworn etatement No. 1500, for tbe Surcbase of the W H ot 8 M U and N B U of E H of Section No. 10, in township No. 49 N., range No. S4 W., and will offer proof to ahow that the land sought ia more vuluable for Its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes aad to establish her claim to aald land before the County Clerk at L'Anse, Michigan, on Tues day, the 6th day March, 1907. tths names as witneeses: George Pine. Joseph McKJndles, Leo MckUndles. Thomas E. Fits patrlek, all of L'Anae, Miehigaa. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-deecrlbed landa are requeeted to file their claims in this office oa or before said Mh dav of March, 190T. Thomas Soaodbn, Register. First pub. Dee. tt, 19S; last Feb St, 1907 Timber. Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notici for Publication. United States Land Office, . Marquette, Michigan, December lS,190t. Notics is herebv riven that In eomntianea with the provisions of the act of Congress of June , 1OT8, entitled "An act for the aale of timber landa In tbe State of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," aa extended to all the Public 1-end States by act of August 4, 1891, Joseph MeKindlee, of L'Aneeouaty of Baraga. State of Michbraa. haa this ear IM i. this office bla aworn statement, No. 1588, for the perenaee ox lam a m H OI nectloa rio.14, la Towa ahipNo.eS N., Range No. S4.W, aad will offer broof to show that the Jaad aonirht la mam valuable for lta timber or stone than for agri cultural purposes, aad to establish hia claim to aaid land before the County Clerk at L'Aase, ""r, " mj m aiarcn, isvr . He aamee aa witneeeea: George Pine, Im MeKindlee. Thomas U. Pltanatrick. tain Mm. Kindles, all of L'Anae, Mlchlraa. Aar and all neraona elalmiae advael tl above-deecrlbed lands are requeeted to file their claims la this office oa or before aaid Kb. day of March, 1907, ' Thomas Soadom, Register. W. L. MASON, Attornej at Law L'Aass, - . Mioa, Investment INSTALLMENT DIVIDEND -:- Building and Loan of Hancock. PARTICULARS -:- -: Hancock, Mich. ' 5 First ptfb Jan It; Laat Feb. 1. 1997. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Baraga. At a seaalon of aald court, held at the pro bate office, in the village ot L'Anse, in said county, on theSth day of January, A. D. 1907. Present: Hon. Jamea McMahon, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Thomaa Ke-che-neo-ke-mon. deceased . Louie Crow having Sled In aald court a petition praying that tbe administration of aald estate be granted to himself or to aoama other suitable person. It Is oidered, that tbe 4th day of February, A. D. 1907, at ten o'clock In tbe forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is bereb) appointed for hearing said petition.; It is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a eopy at this order, for three successive weeks previous to aald day of bearing, in tbe L'Anae Sentinel, a cewapaper printed and circulated in aaid county. Jans McMahon, Judge of Probate A true eopy. Jambs MoManob. Judge of Probate. J. J. O'OoHNoa, Attorney for Petitioner. ' First pub Jan. It: Last Feb t, 1907 "' PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County ot Baraga. Ataeenslonof aald court, held at the Probate Office in the village ot L'Anse, in said county, on the 7th day of January, A . D. 1907. Present, Hon. Jamea McMahon! udge of Probate Ia the matter of the eetate of Mary Jane Emerie, deceased. Samuel Emerie having filed la aald court a petition praying that the administration 'of aald estate be granted to himself or to some other suitanie person. It Is ordered, that the 4th day of February, A D. 1907, at ten o'clock in tbe forenoon, at aald . probate office, be and ia hereby appointed for i hearing aaid petition. ' 11 further ordered, that public notice thereof given oy publication or a copy of thla order, for three auccesetve weeks previous to aaid day of hearing, io the L'Anse Sentinel, a newspaper printed and circulated in aaid county, Jaaas MuMajion, Judge ot Probate. A true eopy. Jambs Mo Ma now. Judge of Probate. J. J. O'Connob. 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