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VOL. 27. NO. 45.
LANSE. BARAGA COUNTY; MICH.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907. TERMS: ,$1.50 PER YEAR Teachen at Xscanaab. - The twelfth annual meeting of the rUpper Peninsula Educational Asso ciativa, wbicb is now Id session at Escanaba, is one of the largest gath erings of the association held in many years. Superintendent Melloncamp, Prin cipal T. A.' Taper,' and the Misses Sterk, Stueberg. LeDuc and JobnsoD of L'Anse schools are1 in attendance. School was closed Thursday after noon and no session was held Friday. Among those from Baraga who are in attendance are Supt. S. O Clinton, who holds' the responsible position. as chairman of the Commis sioner's section. Baraga county educators have in fluential parts to take in this pro gram. Since the association was organized tbey have always been among the hardest workers for its welfare. Some of the local superin tendents bold offices with that body or intlristxo catholics. Announcement of Importance Recently : Made by Msgr. Falconlco. Abstaining from meat on Friday is one of the strictest rules of the Catholic church, Christmas being the only Friday on which the con sumption of flesh food is allowed. Next year, 1908, Christmas will fall on a Friday and Catholics may eat meat. This year, All Saints, a great feast in the church, fell on Friday. Tbe day before tbe feast, or tbe vigil, was a day of fast and abstinance from meat. Thus two days of ab- stinance would come together. On this account and on account of the solemnity of the feast, tbe rule was set aside for this one time. The . announcement of v this was made by Msgr. Domenico Falconico, of Washington, D. C, the apostolic delegate to the United States, to all the archbishops of the country. WHO IS THE "COMPANY?" People Operating Business Under An Assumed Name Required to File Papers Proper Form Below. County Clerk M. Voetsch is quite busy these days taking care of legal papers relative to a recent ' law re garding the filing with tbe county clerk certificates of business names which are required of all, persons doing business under assumed names. The law, which is known as Act 101 of tbe Public Acts of tbe State of Michigan, allowed one month from tbe date it went into effect, Septem ber 28, for tbe tiling of tbe required papers with tbe county clerk, with a proviso for a penalty should it not be complied with'. Owing to tbe fact that so many business institutions will be affected by the new law County Clerk Voetsch has asked The Sentinel to publish in detail tbe required kind of a state ment which should be sent into the county clerk's office. A form wbicb is correct and may be used, follows: "We, in compliance with Act 101 of the Public Acts of the State of Michigan of 1907, do hereby certify as follows: "1. That we now and intend here after to own and conduct and trans act the business of in tbe counties of ; and to maintain an office and place of business there for at the city of , in tbe coun ty of , State of Michigan. ; . . '' '-' "2. That tbe businesb name under which such business is now and is to be conducted and transacted is that of . .. -v "3. That the true, real and full name of all persons owning, conduct ing and transacting said business and tbe respective home and post office address of each are as follows: , home address busi ness address " It is essential that in tbe making out of the paper it is duly signed and sworn to before a notary public. The paper should then be sent to the office of tbe county clerk with 23 cents, tbe cost of filing the papers. Trial Catarrh treatments are beiig mailed out free on request, bv Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. These tests are proving to tbe peoplo without a penny's cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr.Sboop's Catarrh Remedy. Sold by Campbell A Mason, L'Anse. . Baraga Store Co., Baraga. " ; LOCAL ITEMS. A regular meeting of L.Anse township board was tbeid Thursday afternoon. ' : " . , ' Mrs. W. R. Harris of Mass' City, spent several days this week with L'Anse friends. ' - Erick E. Stensoo, of Covington, transacted business in L'Anse Wednesday. Mrs. John P. Moran and daugh ter Florence spent several days this week in Marquette. " Mrs. .Oscar Sanregret ' returned Monday from a three weeks visit with relatives in Little Falls, Minn. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Octave Bernier, Monday, twin daughters. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred King, Monday, a daughter. Pi pes were laid tbe fore part of tbe week leading from the water mains on Third street to the properties of Louis Thorsen and Aug Menge. Joseph Krolik, who is now located in the .city of Marquette, spent several days this week a guest at the borne of his mother Mrs. A. Krolik. Miss. Anna Carboneau, who has been spending the past ten days at the Herlick residence, re turned Tuesday to her home in Cbassell. Tbe front of the Menge building or Main street was given a fresh coat of paint this week, which adds greatly to the appearance of tbe property. While engaged in shoeing a horse Monday, Octave Sicotte received a severe kick from the animal, wbicb although did not break bis leg, left it very lame and painful. Rev and Mrs. H. N. Aldrich re moved their household effects from tbe parsonage at tbe M. E. Misso n this week and are now located in the McCabe residence, in this village. Guy O'Donnell and brother Henry, spent several days in L'Anse this week, returning to the Entry Wed nesday eyeni ng. It is understood that Guy intends leaving the fore part of next week for Oregon. Miss Nellie Roberts, wbobas been spending tbe past month at the home of Mrs. R. R. Williams, left Wednesday for her home in Calumet. She was accompanied by Mrs Williams, who will visit in that city several weeks. Mrs. Kate Van Cleve, of Mar quette, spent several days last week a guest at the borne of Mrs. E. L. Mason and Mrs. Jenkins: Mrs. Van Cleave was formerly, resident of L'Anse. There is 6ome talk afloat to the effect that an "old settler's" dance will be given in this village in tbe near future. The date has not as yet been determined upon, but those who are promoting the affair say that(it will be some time near Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Maxey, who for tbe past two years- have resided at Arvon, removed this week to L'Anse, where -they will reside in tbe future.. They, will make their borne in tbe Boehinger residence, on Broad street: Activity in tbe circles of the various committees of the approach ing church fair and bazaar is still rife. A special meeting of the com mittee members will be held Sunday afternoon at the church, at which time ageneral report of the progress will be made and further steps taken toward the work to be done. ' 'During the fore part of tbe week Sheriff Cosgrove was called to Cov ington to take into custody a resi dent of that village, whom it -was claimed was demented. Upon pro curing the man .be was lodged in jail and an examination by the coun ty lunacy commission held. It was found that the fellow was not insane. While returning to this village .the same morning tbe sheriff received a message to be on" the lookout for three Calumet boys, who bad stolen money and bad left over the Soutfi Shore road for parts unknown. At Nestoria the boys were located, and in company with the sheriff returned to their native city .Tbe boys 'ages were 14, 15 and. 16 years respective' ly. Upon their persoos were found the sum io total of (40. SUBSCRIBE 'FOR 6THEIiSENTINELt iOITLY 01.50 DEATH Of- CAPT. VALFflfl) BEEN Startling Newt Reaches L'Anse Thnrs- day Evening of Accident and Death if Prominent Skanee Citizen. Thursday evening tbe sad and startling news of the, sudden and tragic death of one of Skanee 's oldest and best known citizens, Captain Walfred Been, reached this village. On tbe above stated day Capt. Been bad just returned from a ten day's visit with his children and grandchildren in Iron Mountain and the copper country and was enroute to his borne in " Skanee over the stage route. At L'Anse he was given the use of a single rig which was in tow of tbe regular stage and started toward borne alone. As near as'cao be ascertained it is supposed that tbe horse became frightened and suddenly jerked the wagon, and in an effort' to balance himself Mr. Been extended his left foot toward tbe edge, but . missed and it was caught between the spokes of a front wheel, in such a manner that before he could release it be was unseated and dragged a distanpe of about one hundred feet along tbe highway, where in some manner be was again released. The horse proceeded on toward Skanee and its appearance without a driver aroused tbe suspicion of the people residing along tbe route and a party of citizens immediately started back. and discovered to their amazement tbe form of Capt. Been lying in tbe roadway. The searching party arrived just as the unfortunate man drew his final breath. Upon investigation it was found that bis left leg was broken about four inches below tbe knee. He was immediately removed to bis late home and a physican dis patched for, who upon arrival at tributed death to loss of blood and tbe 6eyere shock. 1 Deceased was 84 years of age, having been born in Helsingborg. .Sweden, on Oct. Io, 1824. On Oct. 3o, 1866 he was married to Agnes U Zellen, who with five children, viz: Winnifred and Olof, of Skanee.John, Calumet; Mrs. Arthur Udenberg. Iron Mountain and Mr9. Frederick von Keller, of New York city, sur vive him. - Capt. Been was the first settler in what is now Skanee, coming to tbat place in 1871. and ever since the founding of the little settlement has bad the distinction of being looked upon as tbe leader and bead of its inhabitants. The funeral wjll be held Tuesday forenoon at 11 o'clock. Interment will take place in tbe family lot In tbe Skanee cemeterv. Death of W. C. Ludlow. Word was received here Monday' of the sudden and unexpected death of William C. Ludlow, which occurred in Benton Harbor, Sunday last. Mr. Ludlow was well and favor able known in L'Anse having fre quently visited in this village. Death was due to paralysis. Deceased was prominent among the writers of various monthly ma gazines, ad at the time of his death was engaged in writing a book, wbicb it is said would have been a valuable one in many'ways. He leaves a large circle of friends to mourn his demise. WILL SXRVK LUNCHEON. X. L. Reynolds . Has Assumed Management,, of Counter In Tredeau a Rambaud's. Monday morning E. L. Reynolds became tbe manager of the lunch counter and restaurant conducted in connection with Messrs. Tredeau & Ram baud's saloon, and will conduct the same in an up to date manner in the future. It is Mr. Reynold's intention to cater to tbe public in a way which will not only be a credit to himself but those with whom he is associated. It is bis plans to serve war m meals at all hours and on cetain. evenings during ' each week throughout tbe winter, to have special bills of fire, which will include many varie ties of delicacies. During tbe past week he has received a liberal patronage and it is fair to assume that as time goes on business will increase. In another column will be foundt an advertise ment through .which Mr. Reynold will notify the publio of his special bills each week. Detroit Graphite Mine Closes. After several months of successful mining at tbe Detroit Graphite Min log Co's property, a few m)les south east of this village, tbe works were closed down tbe fore part of the week. , During tbe time in wbicb tbe mine has been in operation, this season about six hundred tons of graphite ore has been taken out and placed in a stock pile on tbe property, where it is being held to await tbe arrival of snow enough to insure good sleighing, at. which time the ore will be hauled to a landing near the Taylor mine, where It will then be loaded upon cars and shipped to the company's mill at Detroit. The work this year has been under the supervision of- the company's agent R. C. Williams of this village, and the successful manner in which the work has progressed reflects great credit upon bim. and likewise thecareful and painstaking miners employed under him. To check a cold quickly, get from your druggist some little Candy Cqjd Tablets called Preventic. Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Pre ventics, for they are not only safe, but decidedly certain and prompt. Prevention contain no quinine, no laxative, nothing harsh nor sicken ing. Taken at the "sneeze stage" Preventics will prevent Pneumonia, Bronchitis, La Grippe, etc. Hence tbe name. - Preventics. Good for feverish children. 48 Preventics 25 cents. Trial Boxes 5 cts. Sold by Campbell & Mason, L'Anse. Baraga Store Co., Baraga. A Skanee Man Missing. For the past few days considerable talk has been aroused among the residents of Skanee and yicinity concerning the sudden and peculiar disappearance of Neil Mcintosh, a laborer, who for some time has made his home at tbat place. - - It appears that about a week ago Mcintosh started for L' A use by stage route and when about to ascend one of the 'steep grades re marked to tbe driver that be wontd get off and walk up the incline. At a point near the roadway leading toOlof Fossum's farm, it is said that he left the main road way and started towards tbe woods, and that was the last tbat was seen of birn since. Mcintosh has frequently served time in the Baraga County Jail on grounds of insanity, and it is sup posed that he was suddenly over taken with the -old trouble and in bis delirium had run into the woods to escape his Imaginary troubles. At fir6t nothing was thought of the incident but as time has gone on and nothing has since been seen or heard of bim, fears are entertained that tbe unfortunate fellow had wandered into the forest and was lost, and if such is the case it is safe to assume that should he ever be found life will long be extinct. There is some talk .of organizing a searching party soon, and endeavor to locate the fellow if possible. When the Stomach, Heart, or Kid ney nerves get weak, then these or gans always fail. Don't drug the Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is simply a makeshift. Get a prescription known to Drug- E'sts everywhere as Dr. Snoop's estorative. Tbe Restorative is pre pared expressly for these weak in side nerves. Strengthen these nerves, build them up with. Or. Snoop's Re storativetablets or liquid and see how quickly help will come. Free sample -test sent on request by Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Your health is surely worth this simple test. Sold by Campbell & Mason, L'Anse. Bar aga Store Co., Baraga. Takes Splendid Position. ",. Word has been received here to the effect tbat Alvin Gillette who is well and favorably known in this village, having appeared as baritone soloist in numerous concerts has taken a position as soloist in the First Presbyterian church in Seattle, Wash. His many L'Anse friends are greatly pleased over the announce ment, as the position is a mark of considerable importance from a musician's standpoint.' Miss Laura McKindles left Friday evening for a visit with coppercoun try friends. . Mrs. 'Joseph McKlodles and Miss Marie McKindles were Baraga- visi tors Fnday,vj. ; , PER YEAR: LESS BARAGA COW TO HAVE BANIi Influential Business Mea Band Together and OrganizeInstitution to be ' Located in' L'Anse. . At a recent meeting of interested people, it was decided to organize a commercial and sayings bank under tbe laws of this state, to be called tbe, Baraga County State Bank. Tbe new institution will start out on $20,000 capital and the following gentlemen will compose the officers and directors: P.Brennan, A. Menge, H.J. Seifert, J. O. Maxey, James Maxey and Dr. John E. Reinbald. lj These names are sufficient to guar antee the success of the scheme, and tbe field is now ripe for the opera tion of a bank, to the great conven ience of the people of Baraga county and to the profit of its owners. The publio will be given an oppor tunity to subscribe for- stock at an early day, it being a desire to permit all who will to come in, even though at the first meeting there were offers to subscribe the entire amount. The Sentinel bespeaks success for the venture and praise for its pro moters. In this time of financial 6tress it is greatly to our credit that a bank can be star ted. LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. AntoneSterk, of LakeLloden is a guest at the borne of Mrs. John Sterk, of this village. R. C. Williams made a business trip to Marquette Wednesday. Mrs. C.P.Blankenhoro left Friday for a few days visit in Lake Linden, A social will be held this evening at the M. E. Mission. Miss Etta Steinbach arrived in L'Anse Monday from Chicago, where she will enjoy a few months vacation. W. Frank James, of Hancock, transacted business in town Tues day. Mrs. Omar Roupe and daughter, who have been spending the past two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bellanger, left Thursday for their home in Aurora, 111. . Among tbe attractions for next week at the Opera House is the Francis Green repertoire company which will open on a three nights engagement Monday evening. Joseph Fitzpatrick, who for the past eight weeks has been confined, in St. Joseph's hospital at Hancock, returned to L'Anse the fore part of the week. ' . v, J A lively runaway occurred Thurs day evening at about ;7:3o o'clock. As Mr. and Mrs. Batiste Bouroier. who have been employed at S. D. Murphy's camp east of this village, were driving into L'Anse with a heavy load of - trunks, stoves and other household effects, the horses became frightened when at the crest of the Broad street hill and made a wild dash toward the foot. In their descent a trunk pitched forward and landed ' between the animals and added to their frightened condition. When at appoint near Third street one of the froct wheels of the wagon came off and . brought the team to a standstill. Neither of the occupants of the rig were injured, but both were badly shakes upand frightened. Hallow 'en in L'Anse was fittincrl observed, but in a . modest and well conducted manner. Very few ser ious pranks were indulged in, tbe evening being spentJin innocent fun. During tbe early part of the evening about twenty-five little girls enjoyed themselves by serenading tbe var ious ousiness places and contenting themselves bv soaamcr th wlmlnwi and firing a final salute of beans, wnue a rew oi the older ones gave as close an imitation of "spook sV as possible. Duribg the later hours a few of the unsightly sheds, which nave tor yearp apornea some or tbe principal streets, were either re moved from their rftfit.lnor nlnna rA ages or completely demolished. In several Instances the effervescent seltzer bottle was brought ' into prominency as a sport maker. In do case, nowever, naa aoytnmg or a disastrous or degrading nature been reported.. - THAN 0DOENTS PER WEEK Left for New Home. Wednesday" eveftng Mrs. M. J. McCabe left L'Anse for Somers, Montana, where she will join her husband, who has been engaged In business In that city for some time, and will now make her future home. Somers is located in what is known as Flat Head valley, and is spoken of as being one of the prettiest and most active localities in the west. Io the departure of Mrs McCabe, from this place' L'Anse loses one of its most estimable women.' She was always a.strong and active worker in the circle of Sacred Heart church and was always known us a kind and loving neighbor and townswonaau, and what will be L'Anse great los will be Somers gain. - Miss Nellie McCabe will leave for the same city about December first, and the combined toss of both will bo keenly felt in this vicinity. Many Attend Supper. The chicken pie and oyster supper which was served in the Town Hall, Tuesday evenibg under the auspices of L'Anse M. E. church was one of the most successfJl events which the society has given during tb year. A jarge number of people from this village and the surrounding; one? were present and it is under stood that the receipts fro-.n tho event amounted tof 113.00. The ladies of tbe society are to be congratulated upon the success of the undertaking. ' ' Found. A lady's black mourning scarf. Owner may have same by calling at this office, " proving property and! paying for this advertisement. For Cash Only. . V I desire to announce to my cus tomers that I have decided to con duct a strictly cash business here after, from Nov. 1st, and that' no further credit will be extended. v Respectfully, M. Hanskn, 10-26-2t L'Anse, Micb. For Sale. One good heavy wagon, at a reasonable price. Inquire of 10 26 4t ; Con. Stkinmet- For Sale. i My 20 acre farm, house, and barn in the village of L'Anse, for cash or on easy terms.., also WJ of NEJ of Sec 34. T-J9-N-R-32-W. on the iron belt. John B. Bei.anoer., 10 26 tf. L'Anse Midi The first of the season. Oysters at Town Hall Tuesday evening.. For Sale. One team of heavy draft horses. Apply to David Weil, . 9-26-tf Arvon, Mich. WANTHD. A second-handed patent snowplow. Apply to x . i. N. P. Laviune, 10-19 tf - L'Anse, Mich. When Weary, t Run Down . J and Fagged Out y Will tone up your SYSTEM.,, 1 Druggists and dealers sell it. Bosch Tonic Dept. LAKE LINDEN, MICH. V AKVID OHNBOW, Affat, . . .' Brft, Mich, Bosch s Tonic