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Covington Township. . Vram. W. Footm. L' Ad TOWDHlllp. Samuel T. McKebgheb. Sourr Townahlp P faioK Ctti.LissT, County Oame and Fish wa.-oen, l. ne. BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. ' ri.TBiTeit O. Clinton, County School Com Batssloner, Haraga. mim Kat fiuHHT, L'Anse. aftsa H. O'Connob, IAnse. COUNTY ROAD COMMISSIONER'S Si mom DawoMis. AsHinins. James McKikisiibu, Hpurr. SATURDAY. OCT. 12 . 1907 PREPARATION FOR DELEGATES' WORK (Continued from pae 1.) and proceedings of nearly all of their constitutional conventions, and am pie files of supremo court decisions f the various states, and acorn pleti et of United States supreme court records auu bm-Ui the only one west of the Allehanies, nnd pos messed by only two of the eastern states a series of priceless value, beinnow impossible to obtain any where in the world, and, in addition, literally wagon loads of discussion in periodical uud permanent litera ture covrinj the entire range of civil, criminal, political, sociological and economical problems involved in law-making and constitution mak ing. So comprehensive is this mass of material that there could scarcely be named a subject under any ol those classifications upon which many tre-atises more or less exhaus tive could not be produced, as wel s the history of movements unii efforts la behalf of theories ano measures along those lines. Much of this material has been gathered, with special reference t the use to which it will now be put Nearly ten years ago the state librarian, ' Mrs. .' Mary C. Spencer, realized that we should before long eunic to the work that Is now before us, and that there would then be demand for refereuce works greater than we have ever met; and she went to work methodically in preparation to meet that demand j no result is wnat is now Known to those Informed along those lines t be the finest and most complete equipped law library in the country with two possible exceptions, and one peculiarly adapted to thi needs of a convention - to frame i ' constitution. And this material is now classified and indexed so as to make it all immediately available. -The legislature last May passed ''An Act to provide for a legislative reference and information depart ment," as the title is, making the now department a branch of the state library, and authorizing the librarian to appoint an assistant and a clerk to perform the service contemplated in the act. That ser vice is to index all Information con tained in the public documents of this and other states in the library, And compile in convenient form for reference, information as to proposed nnd pending legislation, in othei states, for the assistance of legisla tion and effect of new legislation li other states, for the assistance o' members and committees of the leg islatare. It is manifest that sucb servic would be of peculiar value to a coo stltutional convention, and no tim was tost in getting it in operatloo. 31 rs. Spencer, who as librarian wt made by the act the responsible bea' of the new department, appointed a? the assistant in charge Mr. Lewis M Miller, a lawyer, for many yean clerk of tbe house of representatives, wd peculiarly qunhtied for the dutle required; and for the clerk to Basis Mm in tbe work Mr. George Clark for several sessions bill clerk of tb senate. Tbcse gentlemen visited th -rf.nltal of Wisconsin, where the pioneer institution of that kind had been (n operation five or six years, and observed its methods,, and through purchase effected by Mrs. Spencer they procured a complete copy o the comparative index pre pared by that bureau, which is just as valuable here, our library con taining all of the documents and authorities quoted. ' Indeed, it is more valuable here, for pur reference department is a branch of the library where the books are kept, and under the same management, which is not tbe case in Wisconsin. Their Index scheme, too, covers only five or six leading subjects, here it is enlarged to in elude all subjects treated in consti tutions, so that any member of our convention desiring information about constitutional treatment of the liquor traffic, for instance, or taxation of corporations, or appoint ment and tenure of judges, or con trol of banking,) or any other sub ject, can be speedily shown what every state has put Into its constitu tion on that subject; and more than that, he can be referred to the dis cussions and arguments where the subject was debated in the conven tions of the various states, and to theoretical treatment of the matter by reviewers and writers in books and magazines easily accessible in the library; so that in some cases a man may examine, if he cares to do so, more than a hundred articles dis cussing a single feature of constitu tional provision. Requests for this information have been coming in swarm from the delegates soon to assemble here. The department has prepared three bulletins, so-called, but they arecon siderable volumes, putting some of this information in shape for more general use. It may interest the reader to know that Michigan dees noro printing to give her people full information of the doings of their state government than any other -tate of her rank in population and resources more pamphlet copies of laws than many a half dozt'n states; ind any citizen can have for the ask ing, a copy of any act of. importance or of any of the various bulletins of information, department and insti tution reports, etc., while in some of the states it has been difficult for the reference department to procure even one copy of a constitution, and impossible to procure the three cop ies needed for file and clipping. But through the wise conception aud direction and tbe skill and industry of the reference department, and the unrivaled resources of, our state ibrary, the convention will have tvailable to its hand the complete information that any convention Tins-iec-n able to command, and there is o reason to apprehend that it will ot do good work. The special ses ion of the legislature which began Monday is limited to two weeks by .he necessity of vacating the hall for .he convention. Horton. Ladies' pattern hats, New York ..tyles, at J. B. Smith's. v ASS IN IS 8 NEWS. Correspondence. Mr. and Mrs. John Mongous returned toOdanah, Wis., Monday. Samuel .Spruce, of the M. E Misson, was in town on business Wednesday. Morris Leclair, of Big Bay, re turned to this place this week. Mrs. James Loonsfoot, who has been sick for the past month Is ou the road to recovery. Mrs. John Negaunee, and daughter Mrs. Bird, left for Uandville, Mich.. on a 6hort visit. Simon Denomie, returned home Monday, from a partridge hunt he brought in Qve he reports partridge scarce and wild. . Hdnry and Olrar'd Djnomie, and Alfred Loonsfoot, left Monday for the plains for a partridge hunt.. Mrs. Chas Cardinnll, and Miss Nancy Cardinall, visited at M. E Mission Sunday last. ' Mrs. Joseph Attkonse ts seriously ill at the home of her ' pirents Mr, and Mrs. Gabe'Porcfa. Wm, Cardinal!, Sr has been busy pulling up his pound nets this week Chas. Cardioallcame in from Point Abbuye, with a toad of trout, this week. ' ' ' ' fci Uxttln. - Physlea and Uaiharties wh'ch purse, snload th boweia. and ctva leenporar relief, but irritate, aud weaken tbe dbjeeUvs and wpaUm i oriaaa. LaiattT Iroa-x TsMta are SS different la effect troth ll from falsehood. They tho bowel ajoanles and Dsrvsa. fMns them , at Tsvrth End vlffor te do toe wont Data re inianaeo, ine atfestina' peinayt awr natural Bseans. lbs beet r pemeetiy sere eca ds. Tbs beet laxattea for t kte tablets, easy to tabs, am 10a, Its aad Si. 01 at ait drag for children Chocolate eoated oarer crlpa' stores, COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. L'Anse, Micb., Oct. 3. A.D. 1907. A regular session of the Common Council of tbe village of L'Anse was' called to order by President Patrick Bulgier. ' There were present, Trustees Johnson, Rambaud, O'Connor, Levi tan and C D. Shea, clerk. Absent Trustees Williams and Ulankenhorn. Minutes of meeting of Sept. 5tb were read and approved. Tbe following bills were allowed by the vote following: I The M. Van Orden Co., Sept. 4, C9,2oo lbs. coal at $4.25 . .$147 o5 The M. Van Orden Co.. Sept. 18, 6o,o75lbs. coal at $4. lo.. 123 15 D. S. S. & A.R.R. Co., freight on two cars of coal ......... 06 OS The American Contractor, Dublisbinir proposals... '4 65 Charles Burgeson, services in Charette case . . . 5o oo James P. Edwards, survey'g.'25 oo Tbe Mining Gazette Co., pub lishing proposals 41 85 The L'Anse Sentinel, printing and stationery 2o f5 Octave Sicotte, blacksmithing 2 86 Joe Gagnoo. unloading coal .. 11 95 Improvement Bulletin, pub lishing proposals ... . .... P. Breonan, merchandise to village Louis J. Menard, freight and d raying, marshal badg. .... C. I). Shea, 3 days streets and bridges Dennis Connors, 3 days streets and bridges Moise Deschaine, cash paid unloadingcoal Ben Longtine, 1 day cleaning 12 OO 11 06 5 71 6 oo 6 oo 13 oo dam ........ 2 oo George Cote, cleaning pest bouse .. .. ..... . 3 oo Yeas Johnson, Rambaud, O'Con nor and Levitan. Nays none On motion of Levitan, supported by Rambaud, the following resolu tion was adopted by the (ollowing vote: Resolved, That the present rate of service on the electric light plant is inadequate to defray the 'expenses of running said plant, and that the present fee bo raised one-third, to take imme linte effect. Yeas Johnson, Rambaud, O'Con nor and Levitan. Nays nunc. Ou motion and support the coun cil adjourned. CD. Shea, Clerk. STATE TAX APPORTIONMENT. Houghton County Pays AH Expenses of Upper Peninsula. Announcement was made some day's ago of the amount of the state tax which Houghton county wili have to raise next year says the Copper Country Evening News. Now comes out the statement of the ap portionment of the tax for various purposes. This division gives an opportunity to show once more that Houghton county's tax pays all the state expenses in the upper peninsula, at least all the expenses of state institutions to the upper peninsula, with a big margin left over. . Houghton's share of tbe state tax' is $334,371,36. Tbe amount appro priated to tbe various Institutions of the peninsula is as follows: Marquette Normal $ 80,000 College of Mines 103.800 Newberry hospital.. 98.WI0 Marquette prisoa 9,800 Total $291,600 STATEMENT OF VOTES GIVEN IN THE County of Baraira aud Hte or Michigan, for Delegates to the Constitutional Convention to the Special Election held on Tuesday, the seventeenth i'ay of September, In tho year on tbouaand nine huqdred seven. Tbe whole number of votes cant for dele Kates waa four hundred and forty-three. 443. ami they were given for tbe following- na med peraons; riordon R. Campbell received one hundred aud eleven Ill William D. Calverly received one hundred . and fifteen US Calvin B. Uouk receive 1 one huadred -and seven - 107 Edward Ryan received thirty eight... M Adolph W. Peterson received thirty tbiet.. SS Patrick. H.O'B.-leu received tblnyoki.e.. . Utt Total. 441 STATE OF MICHIGAN. County of Baraga. We do hereby certify, That the foregoing It a correct etatemeot if the votea given lu the County of Baraga for delegates to the Consti tutional Convention, at tbe Special Election held on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of Sep tember, la the year one-thousand alae hun dred seven. In Wltaeae Whereof, We have hereunto aet our hand and caused to be affiled tbe lEir. earn! nf thnlrult tin 11 it for the Cenntv of Baraga this f4th day of September1, a . D.lftW. WILLIAM HUOO JOHN MAkKEt, Attest: Board o! County Can vaesere. MARTIN VOETMCH. Clerk of Board of County Canvassers NOTICE The tax roll for tbe village of L'Anse for the year 1907 is now in my bands for collection.' Mown Dsbcuaink, Village Treasurer Dated June 2Pth. Urti7. . 6-2JM3 first pub Oct. I; Lut Hor. 1. 1007. STATE OF MICHIOAM. )M Twamn Judicial Circuit, r" In the matter of RDDolntlnc a time for boldlnr terme of court in aald circuit for the yeara '1WJS anu ftwuw. . In compliance with tbe nUtute, I hereby ill and appoint the tiinea for holding the terms o( court in lie several counties comprising tne iweuin J udirlal Circuit of Michigan fur the years 1INJS and lMiw as follows: ' Haraira county tbe Hrt Monday or January, flret Mundav of May, second Monday of August aud third Monday of October. Keweenaw county tbe third Monday of January, second Monday of May. fourth Monday of August and fourth Monday of October. lloimhton county the nrm monoay 01 jjeoruarjr, fourth Monday of May, second Monday ot Sep tember and lerond Monday of November. Dated, at Uouuhton. Mirn.. neptemoer . iwi, A. T. b'i'KKK'l'EK. Circuit Judge. STATE OF MICHIGAN, iu County of Houghton. ) I. liiuli II Richardson. Clerk of the Circuit Court for the aaid County of Houghton, do hereby certify that the above and foreuoiuir la a true and correct copy of the order flxlnif and appointing tne times tor noiuing me ivrius oi court m m. several counties comprising the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Mlchfiran for the years 1WUH and 1WMI as appeera.ol record In my omce; that l nave com pared tbe same with tbe original and it is a true copy thereof and ot the whole of the same. In Teetimont Whereof, I have hereunto set my band and affixed the seal ot the aald inr SEAL! cuit Court of said county this twenty lourtn aay 01 neptemoer, a. u. iwi . LOUIS U. KICHARDBON, Clerk. First pub Sept 28; Last Oct. 19, 1907. PROBATE NOTICE. ' STATE OF MICHIOAN. The Probate Court for the County of Baraga, At a HeHMlon of aaid court, held at tbe pro bate office, in the village of L'Anse. in said county, on the 43rd day of Septeinber.A.D. 191)7. Present: Hon. James McMabon, Judge of Probate . ' In tbe matter ot the estate of Ftank Hnllldav. deceased. Jane Holllday, having filed in said court her petition praylug that said court adjudicate and determine who were at the time of bis death the legal heirs or sitid deveaeetl and en titled to Inherit the realestute of which said dAMed tiled aeixed. It U oidered, that the 21st day ot October, A.D.19U7, at ten o'clock in tbe forenoou.at aaid probate office, be and la hereb) appointed for hearing said petition: It la furtber ordered, that public tiottce thereof be given by publication of a copy of thU order, for three successive week prev ious to said day of bearing, in tbe L'Anse Hentinel, a newspaper printed ana circumir.. in said county. James McMahon, Judge of Probate A true eopv. James M Ma hon. Judge ot Probate W. L. Masom Attorney for Petitioner. Flr.t pub. Sept. 81; last ov. t, '07 STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Circuit Court for the County ot Baraga, In Chancery. Suit ponding in Chancery at the VUIh? of L'Anse. on the Mth day if September, A. 1). 1W Josephine Oberg. Complainant, vs. O. Walter Oberit, Defendant. In thlsrauM it appearing that defendant above Datm-d U not a reiierw of this State, but a reaident of tft State of .Minnesota, therefore on motion of William L. Maeon, solicitor for c implainsnt. It ts ordered that defendant enter his uppearuuee In said csiiM on or before four mouths from the date of thin order, and that within twenty rJM day, complainant cause this order to he published in The L'Anse Sentinel, Mild publication lo be continued once in ea'!b week for ix weeks in succession. .loeKPH J. O'Connor, . Circuit t'ourt Commissioner. W. I.. Mason. Solicitor for Complainant. Flrnt pub. Aug. li ; last Oct. 19, '07 Timber Land, Aci Jkne 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. t'nlted States Land Office. Marquette. Michigan. August 9, 1H07. Notice 1 herebv given that in compliance with the provinionsof the act of Congress of June 3, IS7S, entitled, "An act for the le of timber lands in the state of l iilifornlu, Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Teri itorj'." as extended to all of the I'ublir Land States by act of August 4, 1W Nathaniel C. Wlllard. of Mackinaw, County of Itara.-a, State ot Michigan, ha this dy filed in thi office his awnrn statement No. 17(12, for the purchase of the SWt of HKH.Kec 'Jb.Township 48 PI., K. M W.. and will offer pioof to show that the land sought Is more valuable for timber or stone than tor agricultural purpose, and to establish his claim to said land before the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Baraga County, at L'Anse. Mich., on Wednesday, theflth day of November, 1907. He name as witnesses: John P. Dotnmer. Lewis Nicholson, Stephen Morgan, Samuel II, Mcliregor. allot Nestoria, Mich. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above described lands, is requested to file his claim in thi office on or before said 6th day of November, liKTT . James J. Donovan, Register. ' First pub. Oct. : Last Oct 36, 1907. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the Couuty of Baraga. At a session of said court, he'd at the Pro bate Office In the village of L'Anse, In said county, on the 30th day of September, A. D. 1907. Present: Hon. James McMahon, Judge of Probate. la tbe mntttr of tne. estate t( Carl J, Londberjf. iocatn4. . Harry Lnndberg, having ', filed r said court ble petition praying that the administrator of said estate be ordered to execute a good and sufficient deed to said peti tioner conveying certain lands in aald petition aet forth, pursuant to the terme of certain land contract wherein said Carl J. Lund berg and Louisa Lund berg, his wife, are tbe parties of tbe first part and suid Harry Lund berg ts tbe party of the second part. It la ordered, that the S8th day of October, A. D. 1907, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and ia hereby appointed for hearing said petition. . It is furtbur ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In tbe L'Anse Sentinel a newspaper printed and circulated In said county, James MoMahon, J t'die of Probate . W. L. Mason, Attorney for Petitioner. First pub Oct. S: Last Oct. rt, 1007. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIOAN. The Probate Court for the County of Baraga. At a session of said court, held at the Probate Office in the village of L'Anse, in said county, on the are day of October. A . II. 1907. , Present, Hon. James McMahon, Judge of Probate. , ' . ' ' . In the matter of. the estate ot George Elijah, deceased. .. EH E'lJah. having Sled in said court her petition', praying that said .court adjudicate and determine who were at the time of his death the legal heirs of said deceased and en titled to inherit the real estate of which said de ceased died seised. It Is ordered, that the SHth da of October, A. D. 1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said Erobste office, be and la hereby appointed for earing said petition. it is furtber ordered, that nubile, notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day ol hearing. In the L'Anse SentlneL a newspaper printed and circulated in said county, 'Jaers McMamoe. Judge of Probate. A true eopv ' ' . ' ' James MoMawon, , Judge of Probate. . W, L. Mason, Attorney for Petitioner. Attorney ard Coursclor CAE AsOre MICHIGAN J. J. 0 Connor meet nnh An HI. IflOf Last Oct. 12, 1907. TimbeeLand, Act Jdne 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Laud Office, Marquette, Michigan, August t. 1907. NntlM la haraSv irlven that la eomDltMCe with the provisions of the act ot Congreeaof June a, 1878, entitled "An act tor the sale, of timber laoda In the States of California, Ore goo. Nevada and Washington Territory." aa extended to all the Public Laud States by act of A tig. 4, 1892, Cornelius Stelnmetx, 01 l am, county of Baraga, state of Michigan, baa this day med in tb is omce nis s worn ment No. 1746. for the purchase of the NWVof Section No. 82. In Townsblp No. 40 N., K. No. S4 W and will offer proof to show that the land sought la more valuable for Ita timber or atone than for agricultural fiurpowea, and to establish bis claim to said and before tbe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Barava County, at L'Anse, Mich., on Thurs day, the 24tb day of October, 1907. He names as witnesses: ueorge fi Louis Pine. Leo McKlndles, Joseph McKtndles, 11 of L'Anse, Mich. . Any and all persons claiming adversely ins above described lands are requested to file their claims In this omce on or before said 24th day of October, 1907. James J. Donovan. Register. First pub. Sept 21 ; Last Nov. 8, '07 STATE OF MICHIOAN. Tbe Circuit Court for the County ot Baraga, in Chancery. Suit pending In Chancery at the Village of L'Anse, on tbe 10th day of September, A. D. 1907.. , Adla McKenna, Complainant. ' vs. Arthur Edgar McKenna, Defendant. In this cause it appearing that the defend ant above named is not a resldeut of this Mate, but m resident ot the State of Utah, therefore oo motion of William L. Mason, solicitor for complainant, it. is ordered, that delendant enter bis appearance lu said cause oo or before four month from the date of this order, and that within twenty (20) days, com plainant cause this order to be published in The L'Anse Sentinel, said publication to be rontlnued ouce in each week for six weeks in succession. Joseph J. O'CONNOR. Circuit Court Commissioner. W. L. Mason, Solicitor for Complaiuaot. First pub. Aug 10, 1907; Last Oct. 13,1907 Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice For Publication. V V United States Land Office, Marquette, Michigan, August 5, 1 WOT. Notice is herebv clven that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congrees of June 8, Ilia, enimea -ad an lor me saie 01 irawr inuue In the states ot California. Oregon. Nevada, and Waehington Territory." as extended to all tne Public Land States by act of August 4, 1892. Margaret Wtelnmetm. of L'Anse.' county of Huraga, state of Mlchigun, ha thi dav filed In this office her sworn statement No. 175H. for the purchase of the NVt of SWi, and NWt, of SKHof Section No &!. in township No. 49 N Range No. 31 w.. and will offer nroof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purpose and to establish her claim to said land before the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Karaga County, at L'Anse, Michigan, on Thursday, the 2Mh day October. 1907, She name a witnesses: Cornelius Steinmew. Joseph Mi-Kindles, Louis Pine, Oeorge Pine, all of L Anse.. Michigan. Any and all person claiming adversely tbe above-described lands are ro nested to file their claim in this office on or before said 24th day of October. 1907. Jamks J. Donovan. Register. First pub. Aug. 10; Lart Oct'. 12, 1'Mfl. Timber Land. Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, Marquette, Michigan, August 6, 1907. Notice U hereby given that in compliance with the provisions or the act ot congre or June a, lttTri. entitled -An i-l 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 1. 1W.K!. Carl F. llellgren, 'of Winona, county of Houghton, state of Michigan, has thisday tiled in this office his sworn etatement No. 1715, for the purchase ot the NKH of rs tion No. !, in tm'nsuip No. 49 N. range No. W W,and will offer pr.Mtf to show that the land sought is more valu able tor Ita timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish hi claim to said laud before the county clerk at Houghton. Mich., on Wednesday. theZlrd dav of October. 1(1)7. He names as witnesses, -Charles Benson, of reenland. Mich.. Charles Stenson, of Greenland. Mich.. Krlck Htennon, Greenland, Mich., Charles Lund, winona. Mien. Anr and all persons claiming adversely th above described land are requested to file their claims in thi office on or before said 2Mrd day of Uctoher, iwi. . James J. Donovan, Register. First pub Aug. 10; Last Oct. 12, 1907. Timber Land, Act June 3. 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, Marquette, Michigan, August 5, 1907, Notice Is hereby given that In compliance w ith the provisions of the act of congress of June 8. 1H78. entitled "An act for the sale of timber land In the States of California. Oregon. Nevada, and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Publid Land States by act of August 4. 1892, William Per row. of Pelkle. cnunfv of Rarsvs state of Michigan, has this dav filed In thi nftic iiisB'vora statement No. lTlft, for tbe purchase of tne Aw; ot jie oi section no, 01, in townsnip No. Bl .. range No. 84 W.. and will offer nroof trt show that (he land sought is mors valuable tor ita timber of Eton fllari for agricultural purposes and to establish bl claim to said land oeiore tne countv clerk at L Ansel, Mich., oo Tuesday, the 22nd dar of October. IVut. He names as witnesses. Oliver Sodding, ot Baraga, Mich., Joseph Lafave, of Baraga, Mich., Aipnonse uautnier or reikis, men., i,aiarame Ange. of Pelkle, Mich. Any and all person claiming adversely the above described lands are requested to file their claim in thi office on or before said 22nd day of Octo ber, IWI. . James J. Donovan, Register. ' First pub. Aug. 10; last Oct 1 J, 1907' Timber Land Act June 3, 1878. Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, Marquette. Michigan, August 5. 1907. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with tbe provisions ot tbe Act of Congress of .June 8, liK. entitled. "An act for the sale of timber lands tn the States of California. Oregon. Nevada ano Washington Territory, as extended to an the PubMc Land Slate by Act of August 4. 1HW2, Ronald' J. Mcfcavof Hldnaw. County of Houghton State of Michigan, has thi day Sled in thi suffice his sworn statement No. 1741, for the tmrrbsse of the NH of NWU of Section I. Townshin 4H N., Range 8A W.. ana will offer proof tn i bow- that the land sought ts mors valuable for It tim'w or stone than fo agricultural purnotee, tad to establish bis claim tossid land nefaretbs K -vaster and Receiver at Marquette, Mich., on Tuee- aay. in intn aay or uctooer, iwuy. Peter A. Pequet, Philip Vose, John Me'lin, all oi nignaw, siicn. . . ., Anr and all oersoa claliolnu adverselv th above-described lands ar requested) t! file their rlalms In thi office on or before said 15th day of vctoner, imw, . ; , James J. Donovan, Reglater. First pnb Oct It; Last Nov. IS, 1907. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Marqnette, Michigan, Oct a. 1907. Notice 1 herebv riven that George W. Peter son, of Alston. Mich., has filed notice of hie Intention ttf make final five vear proof In support of hie claim, vis .-Homestead entry No.lO,lHa,inade May 4, 1901, for the EH of SWH End H4 of NWU, Of Sec. 8. To. M) N , Range 84 W., and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the Cir cuit Court at Houghton, Mich., on Nov. tsth, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove hi continuous residence apoa set cultivation of the land", vis; Fred Frev. Edward Fox, Leonard Thompson, Adelbert L. Ely. all of Alston. Mich. v James J. 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