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7070 ! i orr'icixv in r. n n tv"' n n r A special meetiog of tbe board of education of L'Aose township, was called by President Seifert, and held in the office at tbe bigb school building, on Monday, October 21st, 1907, at 4 o'clock p.,m. Meeting called to order by Presi dent Seifert. . . There were present. President B. J. Seifert, Treasurer W. L. Mason, Trustee Charles Rambaud, and Sec .retary August Menge. Absent Trustee Erl E. Tracy. Minutes of September 23rd, were read and declared approved as read, Ayes .all. On iLOtion of Mason, supported by Rambaud, that the resignation of Miss. Nellie McCabe, as 6econd pri mary teacher be laid on the table. Ayes all. Nays none. On motion and support, the foll owing resolution was unamimouslv adopted, to wlu Whereas, Erl E. Tracy, -has resigned bis membership because of his removal from the county, and Whereas, Mr. Tracy, has teen a trustee, loyal and progressive mem ber of this board, and has ever given his best efforts for tbe welfare of the school of the township, Resolve that we accept bis resignation with deep regret, that we extend to him and bis family our best wishes for their welfare, and prosperity la their new borne, and trust that good fortune will deal pleasantly, and favorable with him and her. On motion of Rambaud, supported by Mason that Benjamin Brink be appointed to fill the vacancy as trustee, caused by the resignation of Eri E. Tracy. ' Ayes Mason, Seifert; Rambaud and Menge. Nays none. . On motion of Rambaud, supported by Mason, that the bills as read be allowed by the V9t9 following:- Thomas Charles Co. (numbered builders .... Pustless Brush Co. one dustless floor brush Ginn & Co. text books. . . Tbe Caxton Co. supplies Ayes Mason, Seifert, and Menge. Nays none. On motion and support meeting adjourned subject to call. August Menge, Secretary ..... 1 75 4 00 . ...a oo .. .. 2 40 Rambaud Fish Law's Pecnlar Provision. Because of newly enacted legislation Michigan fisherman who operate In Lake Su pei lor waters find themselves confronted with a peculiar and costly proposition. As tho statute . now stand it is lawful to use only a two and a half or two and three fourths inch mesh in fishing' for blue-fins. The mesh which has been used is three and one half inches and this means that hundreds of dollars worth of nets have become useless The purpose of tbe legislative body in decreasing the size of the mesh was to prevent the taking of small trout, but as a matter of '.fact these nets are et in deep waterr ranging from CO to 125 fathoms, and lake trout do not live sit such depls. Tbe reduction in the size of tho. mrsh also means that the binuller blue fins are iroing to bf taken and were there' trout at this depth it would naturally follow that only the. little ones would be caught. The law as it now' stands is Incongruous to say the least. - Charlie Remembered Her. " A young woman of social promi nence and respectability wag to noise with the church in her home town and desired the ordinance of baptism by immersion in water, desiring ' the primitive custom of going to the river. , Among the number that gathered to witness tbe baptism was a little boy friend, Charlie, about four years old. The proceedings were' entirely new to tbe child, and he looked on with strange curiosity . as tbe candidate was led into the river. Tie spring freshets had made the river somewhat turbulent, and it was with difficulty that the minister maintained his foot log. , During tbe following week the young woman called at the home of bis family, and after tbe usual greet ings said to the little boy as she ex tended her hand: , v ' "Come here, Charlie, and see me. ' Ton do not know who I am, do your , she continued..' . , "Yes, Indeed, I do," said the boy. "You la that woman that went in swlmmln' with the minister on 8un- v day." Judge's Library. Li L n ; 7 , u U A ' Hourjhtont VVUbh. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. CoEdesscd Ctetcxaest of Cozditioa at Close of Business, vAu;st 22, 1007. RESOURCES. Loans - ; ; - $2,115,259.19 - Bank Building and Fixtures ' 50,000.00 U. S. and other Bonds V - V 5(T4,61 Due from U. S. Treasurer '5,000.00i Circulation Cash on hand and in banks , : 688,289.03 $3,363,517.83 " LIABILITIES. ; Capital Stock " ; - - ; $150,000.00 Surplus and Und. Profits V 239,910.72 . - y - , 94,950.00 - ' 1 2,878,657.1l' Deposits $3,363,517.83 NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by tbe un dersigned Commissioner of High ways of L'Anso township, at my office in said township, until tbe 31st day of October, at 2 o'clock, for fur nishing all tbe necessary materials and performing the following work, to wit: Building of tbe Skanee and L'Anse Lake Shore road to be cut out, stumps pulled and leveled to the width of sixteen (16) feet; also corduroyed in soft places, suitable for winter road. Said road to be built oo tbe center of right of way, and tbe timber and rubbish to be hauled away thirty-three (33) ft. from center of line. (Bridges not includ ed in bids). Bids will be received for one (1) mile or more, according to the plans and specifications there of now in my office, and which will be open to inspection until the time above mentioned, be which day and place aforesaid I will contract there for with the lowest bidder. Bonds in tbe amount of one and one quarter of tbe amount of the bids for the per formance of said work must accom pany each bid. All work to be done under tbe inspection and subject to approval of tbe Commissioner ' of Highways. . - Dated this 22d day of October, A. D., 1907. EUGENE COTA, v . Commissioner of Highways. ASSININS NEWS. Correspondence. Charles Cardinell returned Tues day from Point Abbaye with three hundred pounds of fish. William ' 'Cardinell was a Laird visitor Tuesday. A. L. Clark, of Baraga, is engaged in repainting the S. Denomie resi dence. . Louis Crow is erecting a fine barn on bis premises. " ' Joachine Matajrue has removed from Keweenaw Bay to this, place. Andrew Curtis, and fajpily, of Pequaming, are guests, at the borne of Mrs. David Cadotte, this week IU1 f4 - x .. ) o I t . A complete set of Abstracts to all Lands in Baraga County, Mich. Abstracts of title fur nished accurately and promptly J. J. O'CONNOR, L'ANSE, MICHIGAN rAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAsMAAAA4AA lYOiBMMCODMTi We welcome large accouots.'. "We value small ones. Very often the fifty dollar account of today becomes a thousand' dollar one tomorrow. To each customer, large or small, we offer tbe same prompt, up-to-date banking facilities; ' We thrive as our depositors prosper. This bank was organized to take care of just such an account as yours. SOPEDIOR SAVINGS DAIIK - Hancock., TVlfch. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, - $150,000 C. A. "WRIGHT, President. JACOB BAER, Vice Pres't. M. C. GETCHELL, Cashier. T C 7 XT IT I? IT T? V A . rokU. 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