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The L'Anse Sentinel.
' Republican Newspaper devoted to the Interests of Bsrsgs County. PlBLIbUED BY The Baraks Comity Publishing Co. , Subscription. $1.50 per year, Invariably la Advauvs. Official lair of IJarftfc'ft Comity. gnurtd M -.econdCiaa Mali Matter In in Post Office at L'Anse. Mich. . NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. The dote opposite each subscriber's name In the printed address on each ppT Indlcatesthe time to which the subscription U paid. By ob serving this a subscriber may know at all times iiMt how bis subscription account stand, and ii case any error 1m made lu giving credit for the payment of money on subscription. It le the duty of tbe subscriber to notify tble office without unnecessary delay. ' i T7ially the publlnher contlnnee Bending tbe piiperontl) It In ordered dlseoiu'nued, whether the subscription ban expired or not. If a aula arrlher desires It discontinued, he should eo notify tble office, and pay up arrearage, If there be any. . COUNTY OFFICERS . Albkkt T. Btukktcr. Circuit Judge, Hough, ton. ,Tiii OomiBovs. Sheriff. L'An-. William L. Maon. Prosecuting Attorney , IS Anff, tiata McMahoN. Judire of Probate. Ruu, Martin Vorrscu, County Clerk and Register f Deds, Li' Anne. Tiionas D, Tract, Treasurer, Keweenaw Bay. .Iosbpii J. O'Connor, Circuit Court Commie' Inner, Joint Mabki.r. County Surveyor, Barafra. AiofsT MNr.e, L'Anse; .Tamib Fxbmino Huragal and Erlok E. Stenstm, Covington inpnrlntendente of tbe Poor. SUPERVISORS. , Oi.or W. BgN. Arvoa Township. Fhio W. Hiiwai.m. Baraga Township. John Ei.rN. Corlnirton Tranship. Prank W. Von. L'Anse Township. Hwiit T.MoKentuER. Spurt Townehlp. Pa Kim Citt.LiNiT, County Came and riab Warden. L'Anse, B(ARO OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. Sri.vr.TH O. Cmnto. County School Com Missloucr, Ilitraga. Hiss Hats Ccniir, L'Anse. Mis H. O'Connor, L'Anne. ( COUNTY ROA0 COMMISSIONERS Daviki, McMillan, Itaruva. JAW MCKEKL'HEH, spurr. SATURDAY. JUT.Y 27 1007 County Convention. A convention of the Republicans of B tragi County for the purpose of electing four deWates to the Senatorial District Convention to be held at Laurlum. Michigan on Autf- ., .. I'J.L. .V... ..... f nl.,. u.n iui tut- uui vi piav- lnT In nomination threj candidates on the Republican ticket as delegates In Ik. t ! I .. I i.-.,. ,1 ' nnniTO.il Inn , .U . .III. fVll a bi.U .IU jgl . 1UI1IUVIUII called to meet at Lansing on Oc tober 22nd. "07 will b-held in the Town Hall in L'Anse Michigan on the tenth day of Aun A.D. ll07 '. Tbe several townships in said county will be tniitUd to repre Mentation in said convention as follows; Arvon Baraga Covington '"' It' A CISC ; Spurt, Total July 22. 1907. 1 16 Herman. J Seiert County Chairman The promise of no contest on the part of the railroads o! Michigan jn opposition to the two tent fare legis lation, which is suested at least by. the fact that no action has been taken or talked of to question its full validity, is pleasing to the pople of the state so far as it goes. Inas much as the law dost; not tal. . i i!ect .until the lust week in Sep.einber, however, opportunity yet exists for opposition to ' the reduced- fare requirement if any purpose In that direction exist. -The fact that two cents a mile is already the fixed fare in the states touchiog Michigan on every 6lde will be a strong argument in behalf of quitely permitting that rate to go into effect !o Michigan in September. ' . Governor Wjrner's selection of members of the cotnn.ission to inves tigate as to all features on the sub ject of forestry to far- as they relate in diructfons of posi.ibl ar.d practi cal value (o Michigan muke u quite curtain that no other conIJir.itlon save the Interest of the etate were (riven tLought in tbvir appointment. The commission Is rrvde np of per sons who- have iVretofore given ihUcb time and thought to the im portant subject whk'i they rill be required to further l.iveslgate. Tbe fact that no salary ac ompanles their prospective servive wlHadd to the appreciation and gi uiitude that will be due to tbe.u frJiu the state and its people. . There were declarations of protest and disapproval at a meeting beld io Birmingham, England, a little while ago, when it was announced that one of tbe itnportant manufacturing con cerns of that city had decided to divide up its business and to estab lish a branch factory in tbe United States. The establishment of this factory in the United States was made necessary, it was explained, by reason of tbe American protective tariff. There will be no protests or 'disapproval from the worklngmen or farmers or legitimate producers in any lines of our own country over this" prospective addition to the forces of American wage-earners and American consumers. Thope who have not been able to fujly un derstand : the wonderful record of growth through recent years and months of the home and foreign trade of the United States will find in that Birmingham incident an im portant factor of the problem. Would tariff revision mak' an increased demand for labor? Would more mills bu started, more mine be opened, or more wages paid through its result. Would the re vision proposed be expected to add to the prosperity we are now and have been enjoying, or to take from it? These are some of the very pertinent and practical questions asked by S.'nator Foraker, of Ohio, in the coarse of an address last week. The Kenior senator of Ohio may rep resent some purpose which the voters of Michigan would not ap prove; but bis questions suggests d position in the matter of tariff tink ering which Michigan does approve. That tariff revision such as would meet the requirements of the most aggressive advocates of such action, would be accompanied again with just such results as have always in the past accompanied it, is t reason able answer to Senator ForakerV question. And that is why it is not now desirable. The Swedish government is in terested in .learning why the. sous and daughters of that country have tome to the United States, and why they stay here. It is though that an intelligent investigation in that direction will result in ma'iing it eem desirable to many of the wan derers from Sweden to return to 'heir old homos. It is more than irobable that this effort which was started by direction of : King Oscar himself, will &how to him that money and g.o.ls are not the only ties that now bind his former subjects to the and of their present homes. Most of t hem belong to the political party of which Abraham Lincoln was the greatest leader. They have absorbed he ideas of Lincoln and his party, md in turn they have given to tha party some of their own home loving ind home-creating ideals. Regard less of the distant land of their birth they are Americans now. They have given something of the best meaning of that term and even the urgent in vitation of their former king will not tempt them to desert their adopted home. That there are several states in the union which permit open an nouncement of the especial privi leges they offer as the protecting homes of trusts and bf corporations wishing peculiar, advantages, may not be as generally known as it should be. That the several states providing these trust-factory ailure ments and these corporation favor ing enactments , were enabled to do so through the possession of demo cratic legislatures Is a further fact of interest in connection with tbe privileges they announce. Demo cratio opposition, to trusts in gen eral is evidently related to demo cratic love for primary reform in Michigan a commodity for political campaign purposes only.. That Canadian logs are admitted into the United States entirely free of duty and that the total tax on sawed lumber amounts to only two dollars a thousand feet, are fasts in that dift'ct'oo which do not appear to be fully understood. Present lumber prices are due to the enor mous demands of recent years and to the " rapidly lessening supply rather than to tbe tariff on boards and sawed timber. Only so far as it has assisted in creating tbe uousual lumber requirements of recent years through making new homes and ne mills and factories and new business blocks necessary, is tbe tariff on lumber responsible for higher lum ber prices. VERY SOUL OF Yrr FAMOUS RETORTS CHARACTER IZED BY BREVITY. Stories' af Noted Men Who ' Wrt Quick to Seize Up an Opportu ' nlty to,Maks) a' Joke. Brevltr has been the marked char acteristic of many happy retorts. What could be more crushing, more grimly witty, than the reply attributed to Tal lyrand on an occasion when a certain notorious personage, 111 and in great pain, said thai: he was suffering the torments of the lost. -Swiftly came the wicked retort: "Deja" already? OT a different complexion, but equal ly exemplifying the soul of wit. was the reply, which has been attributed to various painters, to a questioner who wished to know the vehicle with which tha iialnter mixed his colors. Dr. John Brown tells the Btory of Ople, "'Pray, Mr, Ople, may I ask what you mix your colors with?' said a brisk dilettante student to the great painter. 'With brains, sir,' was the gruff reply and the right one." Single word replies, more or less witty, says the London Globe, are fair ly common. A patient whom the ta mous ' Or. Abernethy had advised to take a walk on an emoty stomach calmly replied: "Whose?" . A recent example was the answe of the late Dean Hole to a boring Cock ney fellow traveling on the Great Northern railway. "What comes after 'Itchln?' " asked the bore. "Scratching came the swift retort, and thereafter the conversation flagged. Many brief and telling replies are laid to the account of Douglas Jer rold. It will suffice to recall one. "What's going on?" said a bore, stop ping Jerrold In the street. "I am," and the speaker suited the action to the word. Akin to this was the answer of John Wesley to the blustering swag gerer who pushed against him on the path, with the insulting remark: "I never make way for a fool." "1 al ways do," said We3ley, quietly step ring aside, and then placidly pursuing his way. Brief and witty was the reply of a Catholic clesic to an opponent In ar gument who had declared his disbe lief In purgatory. "You might go far ther and fare worse," was the eccles iastic's parting shot. The wit of more than one of Dr. Johnsonls crushing retorts was en hanced by brevity, but examples are to familiar to be quoted. Johnson came down like a sledge hammer on. Scotland and things Scottish. Less fa miliar, perhaps. Is the retort In which a Scotchman scored. An Englishman In Scotland was abusing the country, complaining of the state of. th lard er and (wond jrlng where he could get less to eat. "I could tell ye a place whaur ye wad get less," said the Scot, who was listening to the tirade. "Where's that?" asked the other. "Oh, Just whaur an Englishman's been!" said the Scotsman dryly. Brevity as the soul of wit is exem plified In many popular sayings. Wit la by no means an Inevitable Ingre dient In proverbs. Many of them are of doubtful sense, and some are fool ish,' yet there Is a certain spice. The definition of proverbs by Howell as "Sayings which combine sense, short ness and salt," Is In the main true. Though truth may be altogether ab sent and wit barely perceptible, yet there must be a certain "salt" which gives life and savor to the saying. It would be difficult to find say lngs more telling than some of the shortest such, for Instance, as "Fore warned, forearmed," "Extremes meet." or the ancient "Inter malleum et ln cudem" (Between the hammer and the anvil). Many sayings which in Eng lish are short were briefer still In their original classical form. That the soul of. wit was exempli fied most strikingly among the Greeks Is only what we should expect. It la curious to remember that our word "laconic", preserves the memory of the reputation for conciseness of speech borne by the people of one part of Greece the Laconlans or Spartans When Philip of Macedon threatened them, "If I enter Laconia I will level your city to the dust," they made the famous reply: "If." . , The Value of a Smile. it is wonderful what an effect a bright look or smile may have on one we meet. If we only knew Just how much good it may do, we should at ways try to carry smiles about with ua. ' - The little woman who goes about the street with such a bright, happy face and cheery word for all she knows, seems to have the effect of sunshine, says Chicagp Journal. When ahe does her shopping everyone seems to brighten and respond to her happy greeting as naturally as a flower opens to the sunlight. A little smile, a look of sympathy, are things that cost nothing, and we know from our experience how Just one may brighten a whole day. Life is hard at best, so let us do all we can to brighten the lives of others, and thus brighten our own lives. , How Many Is ThatT Have you heard the atory of the section boss? He calls down the road and he says: ' . x - "How many of yea are there dows there?" "Three," comes the answer. ' "Well, half of yea coma up here and First pub. July S, Last Aug. 10. WW. . Notice for Publication.' ' Dwnartmeat of tbe laterlor. " " Land Oftlce at Marquette. Michigan, . , June W. Notice Is hereby given that Beth l Smith, of Covington, Mich. , has Sled nolle of bis Intention to make flnsl commutation proof In support of bis elsim.vis: homestead entry Mo. 11811) made Jan. S, lOt. for tbe Northwest quarter of Houthwt quarter, section 0, township S N., ranee S3 W., and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk, at L'Anse Mich., on August IS, l)7 . Ue names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon 'and cultivation of the land; vix: William RiKK- Patrick K.Tracy, John Vedder, Timothy llealy, all of CovioKton, Mich. .. . Jam J. Donovan. lteUter. Con SteitiTfietz. Agent, L.'f ,N33. JYtiCH S) j Plumbing, Heating AND SHEET METAL WORKING Dun dward St. PHONK 4iJ Houghton, : Michigan s Dr. R. S. Btjckland. Dr. L. M. Power. - Office over Real s Pharmacy. BARAGA. MICH. Lo:ig Distance Telephone Service, DAY oa NIGHT. Fred Stoyle PLUMBER. Houghton, Michigan. Office 3D8. . Residence 360. 'Phone ft. L. Attorney at Law. L'ANSE, - MiCH TAKE CARE OF YOUR EYES. EYES PROPERLY FITTED. f.l. D. tlirschfie.il, OF HANCOCK, THE OPTICIAN ROOM 2 FUNKEY "BLOCK, PHONE 784. Offiice Houra8 a. m. to 9 p. m. -EYES TESTED FREE- v , NOTICX. ( The tax roll for the vlllajje of L Anse for the year 1907 ia now In my hands for collection. . The fee is one per cent, if taxes are paid be fore August 7th. Following that date tha rate will be four per cent : Moisi DCactiAiNi, Village Treasurer Dated June 29lb. 19QT. - ft 29 t3 Cheaper than wood. Will last WetimaAl Htgkeii tosrtt WtrM's 'sir, It Ual. 1S94. v II . CINCINNATI, a II 0 100 (WfU l Ires Feses sfcsws b ear tela- lets. Lew prices will sarsris fsa . It OTi CU sei fS&f ; T. A. Steller ; mm , . First pub Juljrsi . Last Auf. 10,tW. ... . NpTICE FOR PUBLICATION. " Department of the Ipterlr. i , . Land Offlc. at Marquette, MlcblgaB. " ubib'T',nldh,ltno,J.c.hf8,0hB?. .-, , - . . 1, miula before tbe Mich., on Aug. 15tb H. name, thi following witnesses to prove n.s trViZriXw Owen McC.be, the land, 'Jff;! Hrira. rvter nelson im, ... Mich Ja-ss J. Donovan, Eeglster ..--.------------ First pub July : Last July t7, 1907. PROBATE NOTICE. 8TATK OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Baraga. ..i,. n ..m .nnrt. hId at the Probate !!.. of L'Anse. in said county, on iw ind 'h VjuIv. A . D ?. Present, Hon. James McMahonJudge of Probate In .the matter 01 we mui . Oetsen, deceased. - . h, "'. Joeeph Oetsen. having Sled in said court his petition, praying iu . in,l determine who were' at the time of 1. j...h .k. ui k.ira nf uld deceased and en titled to inherit the real eetate ot which said de ceased died seised. . It 1 ordered, that the SKh day of Julv, A. ,.vm -. .. - In tha fnntnnon. st said probate'offlce, be and is hereby appointed for Bearing saiu puwuu. . . It U further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order.for three sueceemve weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The L'Anse Sentinel, a newspaper printed and circulated In aald county. JAMES McMAHON, A true copy. Judge of Probate. Jan ks Mi-Ma boh, Judge of Probate. W, L. MaboK, Atty for Petitioner. .... First pub Julv; Last July 27ili, I.W7. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. Tbe Probate Court for the County of Barajra. At a session of std court, held Ht th pro bate oftlce. In the village of L'Auee, ;u iwlil county, on the 1st day of July. A. D. IW, Present: Hon. James McMabon, Judge of Probate. . In tbe matter of tbe estate of George Trudeau. de?end, . Charles Ram baud having nled in said court his final administration account, and hN iieti- tion praying for the allowsnce thereof auu for the assiiinmeiHaud distribution of the residue of said estate. It is oidered. that tbe SWb day - of July, A.D.IU07, at ten o'clock In tbe foreuoou.at hiiii! probate ettlce, be and is oereb) apuointeil tor examining and allowing said iM-count and bearing said petition.; It in further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, once each week for three iic-itiivk weeks previous to said day of bearing, in the L'Anse Sentinel, a newspaper prluted and circulate in said county. James McMahon, Judge of Probate A true copv. Jams . Vli: Mahon, Judge of Probate W. L. Mason Attorney for Petitioner. First pub. June 1, W7; Last Aug, S, 1907 TIMBER LtND ACT Jitve A 173 lIMBEtt LAMI, . 4V3t Notice For Publication. ......... I , I nited States Land-Jfflce, Marquette, Michigan. 1 May 35, ISHI7. ( Notice Is hereby given that in compliance; with i the provisions of tbe act of Congress of Junes ' IS7S, 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 a- t of August 4, 1WK. Frank K. MoKlndUs. of L'Ans county of Baraga, state of Mlchiiran, has this day filed in this office his sworn Statement No 1708. for tbs purchase of the S' of and Nw ot W of section No. 4, in township No, 4V N., Kange j . st w ., and win ofler proof to show of a certain mortgage made by Joho O. Zellcn, that the land sought is more valuable for its of tbe village of L'Anse, Baraga County, Mich tlm ber or stone than for agricultural purpose Igan, to Charles Hebard Jt Sons, a New York and to establish his rlalui to said land before corporation doing business In Michigan, dated tbe Countv Clerk at L'Anse, Michigan, on Frl- theSlst day of July, A D. 1908, and recorded In day, the 7th day August, 1M07. . i the oftlce of the Register of Deeds for the tie names as witnesses: Oeorge Pine. Joseph McKindles. Leo McKindles. Laura McKindles. ail of L'Anse, .Michigan. Any ana an persons claiming adversely ths . flred thirty-two and three hundred thirty-above-described lands are reouested to lie their three, on which mnrlnin there la claimed to claims In this oftlce on or before said 7th day of nuRini, iwi. Jamks J. Donovan. Register. I sum of One Hundred Hlxty-Meven and 40-IOU 1 Dollars Intercut, on aald principal, and an At torney's fee of Fifty Dollars, provided fur In First pub. June S3, Last Aug 24, 1W07 Tiunrit T.lvn Apt Innr 'i ISTfl ItMBEll UAJIO, ALT JUNK O, IB I Notice for Publication. I nited State Land Office. Marquette, Michigan June 15, HOT. Notice is hereby given that tn compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, l78, entitled "An art for the sale of timber lands in the states of California, Ccegon. Nevada, and nasuiogiuu territory, as excenaea tn all the necessary to pay tbe amount due on said mort Public Land States bv act of Aumiat 4. mil iratte. with alt nar ..m Im.p.ut anil all leiral (laiss L. Randall, of Nevaunee. countv of Marquette, state of Michigan, has this dav flled tn this office his sworn statement No 1710, for the purchase of tbe Wli of NB t of Section No. . In ' Townahlh No. ISO, N. Range No 84 W., and will offer proof io show that the land sought Is more valuable for its Umber or stone than for agricultural purposes, sua io esisousn nie claim to said land before the County Clerk, at I. Anaa--iy i. hi,.. on Thursday, the th day of August, 1907. He names as witnesses; Ira B. Ksndall. of Houghton, Mich. ; Amey Randall, of Nerannee. Mica.; Mike Zlotkowskf, of Baraga. Mich.: Louis Menard, of L'Anse, Mich. . Any and all Dersons claiming ulorui. k' above described lands are requested to flle their " omcsonor oeiore saia gwth day of Jamss J. Donovan, Register. First pub. July SO; Last Aug. Jl, tW7. v' Notice for Publication. ... , Department of the Interior. Land Office at Marquette. Michigan, t . . . July Id. 1907. ""c" ,s ""D 'T."0 h Edwin D. Engle, ot Baraga, Mich., has flled notice of his lutention io Diaakf nnnl fl va.vias stiutAf iH ... . . r , m: TiH H"ntead entry No. loss I. made July 1, 190?. for the KM of-NE and S of 8EM of Bee. S, township M N.. ran. 34 W., and thai sld proof will be made before the County u.uinvu, imnwin( witnesses to prove bis continnona raaiilane. i tiooof the land, vis: William Sachs, Robert kaWicb .-OB. BU of Jambs J. Donovan, Register. ; First pub. Jnly ; Last Aug. 10, 1907. fotiCB lor Ptttlicalica. Department of the Interior, ' Land Office at Marquette. Michigan, .. ' . ' 1 ' JnnsgV, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Edward role, of Elm River. Mich .ha. filed .X. otlU intention to make final commutation proof Io support of his c aim. vis: Homesteadotry Mo, t S54, mode Aprils, 1904, for the NVt nf NEW and that said proof will - be made beforV the WW.D . " Ho"gl"M' 'b.. on Aug. 16, i.iH- ." th'o,,l0w1n' wBBi-Miii to prove Srilh . iwnd T : Jm Tobln, of AlsWn, Mlcb.t Thomas Ratan. Kim River. Ml.-h . 5 SlcT"' M'Ch-5 DUnC" "T.'th.h. ' ' Donovan. Register. ATTORNEY AT LAW, JosepliI.LaBrecqae xvcwccaaw nay, tUci. first pub. nn, 1907. Cast An, J0T " Timb Land,. Ac Jun 178.--Noticb ica Publication. ' : . United flutes Land Offloa. . Marquette, Mich., ' " Juneistu.iuor, Notice la hereby riven that In compliance witb tbe provision of the act of Contrrea of iilTH. entitled "An act for tbessale nl ntv Clerk at L7Anse; tlmbeV land In Ufjrtftts. of California. Ore County Clerk, at LA j B d en..--, r--,.-------- y ?nn't7of B.r.ia. at-te of Michigan, ha tbT.' dv filed In thie office bis sworn atatement : No. Il. for the purchase of the HE of ,FjiZSti; .,.. ,h. i.nil aoueht la more valuable for 11. I timber or stone than for agricultural pur- poeea, and to establish hie claim to aaid land before the county clerk at L'Anae, Mich., oa Thursday, the SOtb day ot August. 1907. He namee a witnesses; George Pine, Louis Pine, Joaepb Mc Kindle, Leo McKlndlea, all ot i, Anne, aicuixu. Any and a'l person claiming; advereely the nbeve-deacrlbed lands are requested to flle their claim In tbl. office on or before said Stub, day .of August. IWT, Jambs J. Donovan, Bejlater First pub. June 21) Last Aug. 10, W 8TATB OF MICHIGAN. Bllu 8ofU Wirtanen. Complainant. John Nestor WlrUnuu, Defendant. Twelfth Judicial Circuit, ta Chancery. Suit pending tn Circuit Court for the county of Baraga, tn chancery, at L'Anse, Mich., on the Stftb day of June, A. D. 1007, Klin HotU Wirtanen, complainant, vs. John Nestor Wirtanen. defend ant. In this cause it appearing that defendunt John Nestor Wirtanen ts not a resident of this State, but h'is whereabout are unknown, there. fnra on motion of John Kitsklla. aolicltnr f... complainant, it is ordered that defendant enter Dts appearance in saia rsust on or oeiore Ave months from the date of this order, and that within twenty days the complainant pause this order to be published in The L'Anse Sentinel, ssid publtration to be continued once in eth week for six weeks tn succession. Josbfh J. O'Connor, ' Circuit Court Commissioner in and for said county. Jonm Kiiskila. Solicitor tor Complainant. . Business address: Hancock, Mich. First pub. June 23, last Aug St. IMC Timber Land, Act Junk 3, 1878. ; Noticb for Publication. United States Land Office, , Marquette, Michigan. June II. l'W. Notice ta hereby given that tn eomplisnci. with the provision of the act of Congress of June a, IfcrTM, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lauds In the Htates of California, Oregon, Nnitlii, nd j Washington Territory," as extended to all Ihe Public . Land .tate by act of August 4, IbM, Edward svoy, of L Anse, county of Usrsgs, State ot Michigan, has this day flll in this office bis sworn statement, No. 171. fur tbe purchase of theNVi of NW' 8c. No. in Town- ship No 41 N., Kange No. St W, and will offer I proof to show that the land sought is more I valuable for its timber or.ton than for sri i cultural purposes, and to establinh his claim to 'said land before the County Cl-rk at L'Atixe, I Mich., on Thursday, the iBth day of August, IWpt! Me names as witnesses: lieorae Pine, Louis Pine, Joseph MrKindlea, Leo McKiudles. all of L, Anse, Mien. Any nd ali p.r,0B claJmino: adversely the bove-dscriled lands are requested to flle their claims in thisoftice on or before said 2ltb diy ' AUC"et, 1WT. . Jamss J. Donovan, Keglnter. . - First pub. May 4; Last July 27, IH07 MOHTGAGE SALK. Default having been made in the condition county of Baraga and Htate of Michigan, on the twentv-tblrd dav of Julv. A. D. lMJ". In ; Liber eight of mortgages, ou pages three hun- be due. at tbe dnie of this notice, the sum of ,rniriy - Ktx Hundred Dollars principal, ami tue I said mortgage, and no suit or proceedings at i law having been instituted to recover the ; moneys secured by eald mortgage or any part ) tnereof ; Now, Tubbbpokb, by virtue of the power of sale contained In aald mortgage, and tbe statute in such case made and provided, notice la hereby given that on Monday, tbe Stttb day nf Jnly, A. D. 1007. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, we shall sell at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at tbe front door of the Court House In the Village of L'Anse, Baraga Countv. Mlc-hllTKlt. (that Kalna tha ,ila.,e where the circuit Court for the said County of Barnga, Michigan, is held) tbe premises described in aald mortaage. or so niucb thereof as may be costs, toa-etber with an Attorney's fee of Fifty Dollars, as provided by law and as covenanted for therein. tb,e premises being described in said mortgage aa follows, to-wit: The north half of the northwaal nu.rU. nf HitUin twen- . ty-nlne ('), township fifty-two ii north range thirty (30k west, the northeast ouarter of section two (2). township fifty-one (bl north, range thirty-one (31) west; the weet half of the northeast quarter of section twenty-two (22), township, fifty-one (51) north, range thirty-two (32) west, all in Baraga County, Michigan. Dated April 80th, A. D. 1907. CHARLES HE BARD SONS. Inc. Bv W. C. Hsbabd. Secretary, w. L. Mason, Attorney for Mortgagee. First pub. July IS; Last Aug. 3, 1907. NOTICE- . To tbe owner or owners of -an and all In terest In the land herein described, and to tbe mortgagee or mortgagees named in all undischarged Tsoorued mortgages against ' aaid land or any assignee thereof of record: Take Notice that sale baa been lawfully mode of tha following described land, for unpaid taxes. tbereou. and tbat tbe undersigned has 'title thereto nnder tax deed Issued tberefoc and tbat yon are en titled to a reconveyance thereof at any time within alx month, after return of service of thi. notice, noon payment to tbe undersigned or to tbe Register In Chancery of tbe county la which the lands lie, of all sums paid upon sncb purchase, together with on hundred per cent, additional thereto, and tbe few tAv sheriff for tbe service or coat of publication of this notice to be computed aa noon personal ser vice of a declaration as commencement of anit and the further sum of five dollars for each description, without other additional costs or charges. If payment as aforssaio to not ssaaWt the undersigned will lAaultate proceedings for possession of tbe land. . .. Description of land North west X of South west X, Section twenty-six (SS). Township fifty (!K) north, rang rbirty-ftv () wsst, Baraga County, State of Michigan. , m?uJ? Plt smwii tax for years 1885, 1807, Derlptlou of land-South west of Boiith X oectloo twenty-4ii (28), township fifty (50) north, range thirty five. () west, Baraga. County, state of Michigan. . 4sa.ni ..ii au ii. . . : ,oni t 1900, bosh Incloslve. . BALFH W, COON, Floes of busloess, Houghton, Mich. To Wllhelm Boeing, aod Mm to Edward kafavro, grantee under tbe last f eeordea deeds to the regular chals of title, to said taods. 17 A! !E5r n i n ru litXCTZZJ tl CCZ T VM:Z2