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The L'Anse Sentinel.
Jlsaabllcaa Newspaper tereted to the Interest of Baraga County. .,' J'CBUSUEO BT Tit Baraga County Publishing Co. SVjcVtption.t.BO per year, Inverlablv iu Advance.. Official Paper, of IJaragra County. rere4 as Second-Class Mall Matter la toe Post Offlce t L'Anse. Mich. SATURDAY, NOV. 16,1907. ( THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION .-' , . To the people of the Statfc of Mich igan, Greeting: In accordance with a well-established custom, I, Fred .M. Warner, lovernor of the State of Michigan, o hereby set apart ibursday, Nov ember tweuty-eiht, nineteen hun dred Myen, as Thanksgiving Day. A people who have been us highly favored us those of Michigan, in all that makes them free, independent and prosperous, may well, upon one Lay in each year, assemble to return heir thanks for these blessings to Almighty God. It is our duly to render tribute-of grutitude -aod thankfulness for the continuance of (lis Divine goodness. To acknowledge these blessiugs is rtnioently worthy of an intelligent and enlightened people. "We have been remembered iu mercy during the past year. Our harvests have been abundant to re ward the labors of the husbandman and supply the wants of our people; our habitations have been preserved in peace und our famil'es have been protected from pestilence. We still continue in -the full enjoyment of those civil, social and religious rights and privileges, the way for which was paved by those who established the custom of observing Thauks giving Day. Our observance of this d.iy should not be confined to our churches or family -firesides. If the poor and xecdy, whom we always have with li, share in our abundance, we can thank God with better grace and wkl to the joy of the family reunion. I respectfully recommend that the fK'ople of the State suspend their business avocations on the day set apart fr this grateful service ami lut.y N iiuniuuss wilt be transacted o that day at any of the Depart tneols of the State Government In Testimony Whereof I have here .unto set my band and caused the G reat Seal of the State to bi affixed at Lansing, tin seventh day of November, in the year of our Lord, one Seal thousand nine hundred and seven, and of the Indepen dence of the United Slates of America, the one hun dred and thirty-second. Fhki M. Warner. Governor. lly the Governor, GeorcirA. Prescott, Secretary of State; '.;'") ODDITIES IN NIW LAWS. Causes Pertaining to the Wearing Lodge Buttons and a Shield for Ex-Convicts. of Odd to a degree are some of the acts passed at the recent session of legislature. One of these short acts which has caused considerable comment among those familiar with the new laws, and one of which but slight mention has been made, is the law which makes it a misdemeanor to wear the badge or emblems of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows unless the wearer is a member of-the order. The law which is now in effect is as follows: May Not Wear Badge. ,Any person who shall willfully wear the badge or emblems of Ihr Independent Order of Odd Fellows or who shall use or wear the same to obtain aid or assistance thereby. within this state unless he shall be entitled to use cr wear the same nnder the laws of the said order, shall be deemed guilty of a mlsed rneanor, and upon convicton shall be punished by imprisonment for a term not to exceed thirty days in the county jail, or a tine , not ' to exceed $25, or by both such fine and Im prisonment la the discretion of the court" -Another of the acts and one aimed At the manufacturers of medicines. ! nalresU illegal to distribute medi cine from house to bouse. Tbia law reads: " I Cant Given Away. I "The free distribution or all medi 1 cine of every kind vad nature from 1 bouse to house or from any vehicle, is hereby prohibited. Any person, firm or corporation, or any servapt, agent or employe thereof who vio lates the provisoos of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and uK)o the convlcton-thereof shall be punished by a tine of not ex ceeding $104) or imprisonment in the county jail notexceeding ninety days or by both such fine and impris n ment in the discretion of the court Another of the laws is one passed solely or the benefit of ex-convic's it is on which should, and probably will, meet with general approval,' for its purpose is to shield unfor tunates. It provides that no one may taunt a man who has been in prison. .t reads: For Ex-Convicts. , "No person shall taunt rNpther wise accuse another of having been a convict or an inmate of any jail, prison or reformatory. Any person violating any provisions of this act fchall be deemed guilty or a misde rneanor and upon conviction thereof shall be subject to a fine of not to exceed 1100. or imprisonment in the common jail not to exceed ninety days, or by both such fine and imprisonment io the discretion of tbi court In unother of the short acts a dis Unction is made of a certain form of the crime of burglary. It relates to ih crime of burglary with explo sives and carry with it a penalty of greater severity than the statute by which Ihecnme was formerly denned This is the law: , Of Interest to Burglars. '"Any person who, with intent to commit crime, breaksand enters any building and for the purpose of :ommittinvr any ciime. uses or attempt to use nitroglycerine, dynamite, gunpowder or any other high explosive, shall be deemed guilty of burglary with explosives kiu on conviction shall be punished y imprisonment for a term' of not :ess tha'n fifteen years nor more than thirty years. " Another act makes a state offense of a misdemeanor now forbidden by ihe ordinances of most cities, the i-howing of stoues at street cars or it trains. This act reads: Now, a State Offense. "Any person who shall throw any tone, brick or other missile at airy oassenger train, sleeping car, pas senger coach, express car, mail car, oaggage car or at any street car or trolley car, shall be deemed guilty .f a .misdemeanor, and upon con viction thereof, shall be subject to a line of not to exceed .$100 or by impriftonment in the common jail of not to exceed ninety days or by both such tine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court. U. P. SCHOOLS PRAISED. Henry R. Pattengill Comments In Mod erator Topics, on Educational Situation. In educational matters the upper ueninsula is in advance of the lower ;trt of the state in the estimation of Henry R. Pattengill. former super ntendent of public instruction and lublisher of Moderator Topics. In ommenting upon the progress of his north land in educational mat ers Mr. Pattengill says: 'There's no part of our 6tate more progressive In educational matters 'han our upper peninsula. In the oust live years $2,000,000 have been expended for new school houses. Calumet and Escanaba dedicate larg lanusome, costly, modern school houses this fall, each costing not far from $150,000. Ishpemirg is great ly enlarging and remodeling her high school building. Marquette, Iron- oou and Houghton have new and xcellertt hiirh school houses. It is aid that seventeen upper peninsula towns within five years ha v).: reel e !igh school buildings averaging K0,0()0 each. Grade and ward schoolscosting anywhere from $5,000 to $35,000 each have been provided. All are or the most approved pat terns and equipped most completely ind admirably. Better than this, sven, the best teachers are rescend' the best wages paid, the superin tendents are given power and means commensurate with the responsibili ties of their duties. . They are not hampered by petty politicians or meddlesome busybodies, but ure ex pected to run their schools and an only accountable for results. The State Normal at Marquette is popu lar with the educators and its gradu ates find good positions waiting for them in the schools of the great do main, ine upper Peninsu a Kduca tional OHspcia'.ioa is a strong, abit, popular iscior in educational affairs, sailing to its annual meetings th ablest speakers of the country. Iti ten sections are virile, helpful and oi high order Thisyear the session .was held in Escanaba s palatial high school building undoubtedly havinir the finest and largest school audi torium und stage In Michigan. ' It i about time that some of the peoph in our state awakened to the Impcr tance and progress of the upp.r pen .insula and that more of our lower peninsula cities catch- the spirit and sense which characterizes its boards of education." v a Hid Uxsthra. Ciyslea aad Uataartfcw which para, antes tag wets, aasT give tsmeorarr relief, out Irritated and weakaa the glgerMve sad expulsive eane, UmxtMrm lra-a laMeM are a Ouiereat ra effect as tretete (rest f s I hood. They ssvlih tho bowel saaaotes at ves. gl vtstt then strer t and vigor t da ta work a to re intenoee- inns by peffsetly sr aa4 ffsewaga irup o sore nni . tarai ssaaaa.. i om a is. 1m Mtt laxative for 14 tebssta. easy to totre, ttm Ms, at awl SIM at all drog for en I Urea. loeoiata eoated never gripe stores. mmm Stomach trouble la but a lymuUna of. ud not In Itself a true dlsfss. We think of Dyspepsia, Hi rt bum. Mid Indigestion m real diseases, rot thy are symptom only of a certain specific Nnrva sickness fiotmna teua. It wu tills fact that tint correctly 14 Dr. flhoo fn the croatlon of that now very popular Stomecl Remedy Dr. Whoop t Kestoratlve. Going direct to the stomach nerves, alone brought that lumal and favor to Dr. Shoopand his Restorative. With out that original and highly vital principle, no guch lasting accomplishments were ever to be had. For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, baa breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Snoop'! Kmtoratlve Tablets or Llquld- I and see for your. sl what it can and will do. We sell and cheer. Cully recommend Dr. SKoop's Restorative For Sale by CAMPBELL & MASON. L'Anse, and Bakaoa Store, Baraoa. The Waning Hard wo Dd Supply. Although tbedemaud for hardwood umber is greater than ever before. the annual cut to-day is a billion feet ess than' it was suyen years ago. In this time the wholesale price of the different classes of bard wood lumber advanced from 25 to 35 per cent. The cut of oak, which in 181)9 was more than half the total cuts of hardwoods, has fallen off 3C percent. Yeliow pop lar, which was formerly second in uoint of output, has falleo off 33 per cent, and elm has fallen off one half The cut of softwood is over four times that of hardwood, yet it is doubtful if a shortage in the former would cause dismay in so many Indus tries. The cooperage, furniture, aud vehicle industries depend upon hard wood timber, and the railroads, tele phone and telegraph companies, agri cultural implement manufactures and builders use it extensively. This leads to the question, where Is the future supply of hardwood to be found? The cut in Ohio and Indiana which, seven years ago, led all other states has fallen off. Illinois, Iowa. Kentucky, 'Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, Tennessee, Tevas, West Virginia und Wisconsin has also declined iu hardwood prod uction. The chief centerof production now lie in the Lake States, the lower Mississippi Valley and the Appa lachian Mountains. Yet in the Lake States the presence of hardwoods is an almost certain iu lication of rich agricultural land, aud when the hardwoods are cut the land is turned permanently, to agricultural ue. In Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi the production of hardwoods is clearly at its extreme height, aud in Missouri and Texas It has already begun to decline. . The answer to the question, there fore, would seem to lie in the Appa locbaio Mountains. They contain the largest body of hardwood timber left iu the United States. On them grow the greatest variety of tree species anywhere to be found. Protected from Gre and reckless cutting, they produce the best kind of timber, since their soil and climate combine, to make heavy stands and rapid growth. Yet much of the Appa lachian forests has been so damaged in, th e past that it wilt be years before it witi again reach a high state of productiveness. Twenty billion feet f hardwood would be a conservative estimate of the annual productive capacity of the 75,000,000 acres of forest lands io -the ApDelachian f they were rightly managed. Untl ihey are we can expect a shortage in b ird wood timber. No Holiday Hates. Railroads into the copper country have been advised that no holiday special rates will be iriven over Western Passenger association lines (or ibauksgiving, Christmas or New Years. It is supposed the order re sults from the general reduction in passenger rates decreed by law. flretpub. Not 16; Last Dee. tl, I90T. Mice for Publication. ' m Department of tli Interior. . Land OWee at Marquette, Michigan. Niffiabm J. IBfW Notice Is hereby given that Robert Price, of Baras-a. Ml-h has Sled notice of bla Intention to make final five-year proof In support of bis (aim. Tli: Homestead entry No. loOHfl. made Der.18,1000. for the EH of 8BK and 8 W, of HE of eee. 84, townwhlp UN., ranee 15 W.,aod ibet aid proof will be made before the County Clerk, at L'Ansa. Mlrb.. oa Dec. cT, 1907. ue names tne roiiowing.wltaeeMM to prove bla eontlnuona residence noon and cultiva tion of tbe land, vlsi fnn Marble, Harry noernarai i-eier woiaoaeK. rtlUlasa l fold bark all at Baraga, Mlrb. Jams J. Donor, Register, First pub. Nov. 16, Last Dec. S1.1INJ7. ' Notice for Publication. ' Densrtment of the Intorlnr. Land Offlce at Marquette. Mirbigan, norrmwi i, ivw. Notice Is hereby jrlvra that Willlsra Sarhs. of Alston, M InB., baa Bird notice of bis Intention to make flnsl eomm station proof In support of Ms claim, vis: Bomeateed entry No. 11714 made Jane I, 1UM. for the South half of Houthweet quarter, section S.townsh In 61 IT., range V Went, and that said proof will be made before the County Clerk, at L'Anse Mich., oa Jan. Sth, WW. U lie names the . following witnesses to prove bi commune resiaen ainn ana oitlSMon of the land; vis: John Drew and Wallace OlU.n of Alston. Mich., Joseph Oirsrd and Ernest Prsvev of Darsga. Mirh. ' JaaisJ. Donovaw. Register. , , lyrst pub Oct. S9f Las Mov . IS,- 07. ' . . . notice;. . , : To the owner or owner of any and all Interest le the land herein described, and to tuemort- gagee or mortgagees named io all undis charged recorded mortgages against said land or any aaaigoee thereof of record Take Notice, that sale has been lawfully made of tbe following described land for un paid taieM thereon, and that (be undersigned has title thereto under tax deed issued tuere for. and tbat yoa are entitled to a reconvey ance thereof at any time within six months after return of service of this notice, npon pavment to tbe undersigned or to tbe Register In Chancery of the county In which the lands lie. of all sums paid upon such purchase, to gether with one huudred percent, additional thereto, and the feee of the sheriff fur the ser vice or cost of publication of this notice, to be computed as -upon pernoual service of a declaration as commencement of suit, and the further sum of Are dollars for each descrip tion, without other additional cost or charges. It payment as aforesaid la not made, tbe un dersigned wll institute proceedings for pos session of -the land. Description of Land Htste of Mlcbigsn, Conn tvofHarsga. Und. l?-lStbs of of sWM M. Town H N. Range 61 W. Amount paid, $S.M; Mi for year luos. Amount necessary to redeem $1t. IS, plus tbe fees of the Sheriff. , SAMUEL T. McKERCIIKR, Place of Businese: Mirhigsmme, Michigan. Dated October I4tb, A. p. 1007. To William Duer, C. T. Conrad. J. H. Morris W. B. Trsvis, Joseph Outbwsite, Laura Clark . Marv Heather and Culls A. Heather, grsntees under the Isst recorded deed, in tbe regulsr chsln of title, to said land. W. A. Hiwr. C Y. Conrad and Brldiretta Mo Orath, grantees under the last recordud tax deed Issued by tbe Auditor uenerai. First pub Oct 28; Last Xar Id, 1)7 NOTICE. To tbe owner or owners of any and all Interest io tbe land herein described, snd to the mortgagee or mortgagees named in all undisrhargxd recorded mortgages against said land or any assignee thereof of record: Take Notice tbat sale has been lawfully made of the following described land for nnpsid taxes thereon, and that tbe undersigned bss title there to under tax deed Issued therefor, and that you are entitled toa reconveyance thereof at any time within six months after return of service of this notice, upon payment to tbe undernigned or to the Register in C'hsnrery of the county in which the Isnds lie. of all sums paid noon such pur chase, together with one hundred per cent, addi tional thereto, and the fees of the Sheriff for the service or cost of publication of this notice, to be computed as upon personsl service of a declara tion as commencement of suit, and the further sum of Ave dollars tor each description, without other additional coet or rbsrges If payment as aforesaid is not msde, the undersigned will insti tute proceedings for possession of tbe lsnd. Description of Land Stste of Michigan. Coun ty of Huraga. I nd ll-IHthsof N(.,of SW'i Sec. 26, Town 4MN. Kance HI W Amount pnid ll.BS. tax for year 1001; $7. HO tax for yesr IWt; i).ug tax for yesr 1WW. Amount necetwsry to redeem. $37. NO plus the fees of the theriff. SAMUEL T. MrKKROlKR. Plsce of Business: Mirhigamme, Michigan. Dated October l .th, A. D. 111"?. . To Willlsra Duer. C. K. Conrad, J H. Morris. V. 11. Travis. Joseph Outhwsite. I.aura Clark, Mary Heather and C'elia A. Heather, grantees under the (set recorded deed, in tbe regular chsln of title, to said land. W. A. Duer. C K. Conrad. RriOiretta Mi Orsth. irrantees under the lat recorded tax deed issued hy the Auditor Uenerai. First pub Nov. 8: lat Nov. 23, VW. PROBATE. NOTICE. STATK OK MIcntUAN. The Probate Court for the County of Rars?a. At a semtion of said court, held at the Probate OIllc'H in tbe village of L'Ane, In said county, on tneSMb dsy of October. A. 1). IW7. Present, Hon. James .VcMshon, Judge of I'robute. - . In the matter of the estate of Thomas Cadotte, deceased. Lucy Cadotte. hating filnl in said court ter petition, praying that a certain instrument In writing, purporting to be the I it will and testa ment of said deces-ied. now on tile in ssid court lie admitted to probate, and that tbe administration of said estate be granted to herself or to some other suitsbie person. It is orilereo, tnut the asth dsy or November. A . D. HHI7. st ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said Krobate olHoe, be and Is hereby appointed for earing said petition. ft is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a couv of this order. for three successive weeks previous to said dsy of bearing. In the L'Anse Sentinel, a newspsper printed and circulated in said county. James McMaros, Judje of Probate A true copy Jajsrs McMahon, Judge of Probate. J.J O'Commor, Attorney for Petitioner. Iluslness addresis: L Anse, Mich.. First pub. Oct 19: Last Nov. in, IU0T. NOTICE. To the owner or owners of any and all in terest In tbe land herein described, and to Ihe mortgagee or mortgagees named In all undischarged recorded mortgages against aald land or any assignee thereof of record : Take Notice, that sale has been lawfully made of the following described land. for unpaid taxts tbereou. and tbat the undersigned baa title thereto nnder tax deed issued therefor, and tbat you are en titled to a reconveyance thereof at any time within six mootba after return of service of tbie notice, upon payment to tbe undersigned or to the Register In Chancery of the county In wnica me lanns ue, ot aunums paid npon such purchase, together with one hundred per cent, additional thereto, and tbe fees of the sheriff for tbe service or cost of pabilcatton of tbla notice, to be computed as upon personal ser vice of a declaration ae commencement of suit and the further sum of Ave dollars for each description, without other additional oosts or charges. If payment as aforesaid Is not made the undersigned will Institute proceedings for possession oi ine lauo. Description of Lands East half of Northwest qaarter (E4 of NWM) Section 10. Town North 47. Rang West Sx. Amount Dsid. tlTS.tW: taxes tor years lf0 to IU01 inclusive; $5.0W tax for year lift; $8.80 tax for yearlWS; $7 78 tax for year IWM. nortneast Quarter ot Southwest nuarter fXEU of BWH) Section 10. Town North 47. Range West M Amount paid, S1S6.00; taxes for years IMU0 to to IU0I Inclusive; gAJM tax for year WW: it 01 Ux for year 1U0S; 14. W0 tax for year IWM. All la Baraga County. Michigan. Q. F. HABORN COMPANY. By O. F. Hah aoaN, President. (C'nnPoRATI Sbal.) Countersigned: M. B. Hambobn. Secretary. Place of Business: Ashland, Wisconsin. First pub Oct 26; Last Mov. 16,1007. . PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN.' The Probate Court for the County of Baraga. At a session of said court, held at the pro bate office, la the village of L'Anse, In said county, ontheMth day of October, A. D. 1917. Present: Hon. James McMahon, Judge of Probate. . Jn the matter of the estate of Frank Montgomery, deceased. William 8. Crebaaaa, having Sled Io aald court hie petition praying that tbe administra tion of aald estate be granted to himself or to nme other suitable person. It Isoidered, that tbe ISth day of November, A. D.I Wit. at ten o'clock in the forenoon.mi probate office, be and la hereb) appointed for hearing aald petition: It is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three .successive week prev ious to said day of bearing. In the L'Anse eeniinm. a newspaper printed and circulate in eaiu county. Jais McMarok, -' Judge of Probate A true copy. . Jambs Mr M amok. Judge of Probate W. L. Mason Attorney for Petitioner. J.J. O'Connor Attorney ard Cczzzzlor ' at atf.. Flrat pah. Oct. S6, Vt Last Jan. 18. 0S MOUTGAGB 8ALK. DEFAULT 0AVINO BEEN MAD IW THlj condition of a certain mortgage, dated thcth day of April. A. D. 1807. executed by Cbas. H. Aoderaoo and Cora B. Anderson, bis wife, of Skaoee, Michigan, to Andrew Newman of the same place, and recorded in the offlce of tbe Register of Deeds for tbe County of Bara ga, Slate of Michigan. In Liber Ix of Mort gagee, oa page oue hundred twenty-one. op the fourth day of May, A.D. I07. and on which said mortgage there le claimed to be due for principal and Interest at the dale hereof, the sum of two hundred oue and 74-100 dollars, and ihe further sum of twenty-five dollars for attorney fees, provided for In ald mortgage, and no suit or proceeding at law or la equity having been instituted to recover aald debtor any part thereof, whereby the power of sale Itf aald mortgage contained has become operative. Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given that the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of tbe mortgaged premises, at publio auetloo, to tbe highest bidder, at the front door of the Court House in tbe Village of L'Anse, In llaraga County, Htate of Michigan, tbat being the place for boldlne the Circnlt Court for said County of llaraga. State of Michigan, on Mon day, tbe twentieth day of January. A. D IM. at ten o'clock In the forenoon; which said mortgaged premises are described as follows: The southwest quarter of the southwest quar terof section eleven (II). township fifty-two (53) north, range thirty-one (811 west, and Lot No. one (l of section twenty-three (83), towo sbip tifty-two (52) north, range thirty-one (61) west, all In Baraga County, Michigan. Dated October 83rd. 1007. ANDREW NEWMAN; Mortgagee. W. L. Mason. Attorney for Mortgagee, o , First pub Oct M; Last Nov 16, 07 NOTICE. To the owner or owners of any and all interest In the land herein deecribed, and to the mortgagee or mortgagees named In ail undischarged re corded mortgages against said land or any assignee thereof of record: Take Notice that sale bas been lawfully made of the following described land for unpaid taxes thereon, and that the undersigned has title there to under tax deed Issued therefor, and that you are entitled to a reconveyance thereof at any time within six months after return of service of this notice, upon payment to the undersigned or to the Register In Chancery of the county in w hlch tbe lands lie. of all sums paid upon audi pur chsse. together with one hundred per cent addi tional thereto, and the fees of the Sheriff for the service or cost of publicstion of this notice, to be computed as upon persons! service of a declara tion as commencement of suit, and the further sum of live dollars for esch description, without other additional cost or charges, if payment as aforesaid is not made, tbe undersigned will Insti tute proceedings for possession of the Und: Description of Land State of Michigan.' Conn tv of Baraun. Und. 17-IHthsof of hW'i, ec Sh. Town 4S N. Range 81 W. Amount paid tax for year IWM. Amount necessary to redeem. tZl.ili plus the fees of the Sheriff. MAMUKI.T. McKERf I1KR. Place of Business: Michtgamiue, Michigan. Dated October 14th, A. D. IUU7. To William Duer. C. F Conrad, J. H. Morris, W. B. Travis, Joseph Outbwsite. Laura ('lark, .Mary Heather and Cells A Heather, grsntees under the la?t recorded deed, in the regular chain of title, to said land. , W. A. Duer, V. K. Conrad and Brld-etta Me grath. grantees under the last recorded tax deed issued by the Auditor tieneral. First pub Oct 26; l.set Nov l, Iff NOTICE. To the owner or owners of any and all interent In the land herein described, and to the mortgagee or mortgagees named in all undischarvrd re corded mortgages against said land or any assignee thereof of record: Take Notice that sale has been lawfully made of the following described land for unnaid taxes thereon, sud that the undersigned has title th.e to under tax deed iseued therefor, snd that you ar entitled to a reconveyance thereof at any time within six months after return of service of this notice, upon payment to the undersigned or to the Register in Chancery of the county in which the lands lie. of all sums paid upou such pur chase, together with one hundred per cent, addi tional thereto, and the fees of the Mierlff for the nervice or cost of publication of this notice, to be romputed as upon personal service of a declara tion as commencement of suit, and the further sum of tvf dollars for each description, without other additional cost or charges if payment as aforenaid is not made, the undersigned will insti tute proceedings for possession of the land. Description of Land State of Michigan. Coun tv of Baraga Cud. Il lXthe of H of SWi, Sec. it. Town 4 N. statige 81 W. Amount paid $11.14. tax for year iwu ; 7 li tax for year Slum: eti.nu tax for vear IWiiV. Amount necegnary to fileem. 54. 78 plus the fees of the Sheriff SAMl'KLT. Mi KEKCnKR. Place of Business: Michigamme, Michigan. Dated October 1Kb, A. D. lSKff. To William Duer. C. V. Conrad. J If. Morris. W.B. Trsvis, Joseph Outhwalte. Laura Ciark, Mary Heather and Cell A. Heather, grantee under the la-tt recorded deed, in the regular chain of title, tosaid land. W. A. Duer.C. F. Conrad. BridgeUa McOrath. grantee nnder the last recorded tax deed iued by tbe Auditor Oenersl. First pub Oct It: Last Nov. 16, 1U07. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Marquette, Micbigaa. Oct a. WW. Notice Is herebv fflven that Ceorire W. Peter. son. of Alston. Mich., baa filed notice of his intention to make Itnal Ave year proof in support of hi claim, via: Homestead entry No.lO,lo..msde Msy 4, HMD, for theK'i of SWV andK't of NWU. of Sec. . To. M)N , Range U W.. and tbat said proof will be made before the Clerk of tbe Cir cuit Court at Houghton, Mich., on. Nov. Uth. icstr .7 . He name the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of the land, vix: Fred Frey. Edward Fns, Leonard Thompson, Adelbert L. Sly. all of Alston. Mich. Jams J. Dowova, Register First pub. Nov S; Last Nov. M. IWff. PROBATE NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the county of Baraga. In tbe matter of tbe estate of Charle Cooley, deceased. Notice I herebv riven that fan. months f.Am th th day of October. A. D. 1007. have been allowed for creditors to present tbeir claim against said deceased to ssid court for examina tion and adjustment, and tbat all creditors of said deceasd are required to present' tbeir claim to aid court, at th probate offlce, In tbe village of L'Anse, In said county, oa or before the 99th day of February, A. D lvrfH, and that said clajm win be heard by said court on Monday, the tnd day of oisron. a. v. ivun. ax ten o cioca to in Forenoon Dated L'Anse, MlcbH C-t 1H, A . D. IMJ7 . JAMES MoMAHON. Judge of Probst Si J. J. O OnaNoft, Attorney for noate. Business address: L'Anse, Mich, First pub, Nov. S Last Nov 23, 1007. PROBATE NOTICE. - STAT OF JllCHIQAl. fhe-probdU Oidfl tot toC flaunt- of BntagA. At a session of said court, held at the Pro bate Office' la (he j village of L'Anse. In said ronnty. on tbe Sdth Hay o? October. A. D, td07. Present: Hoa. Jawed MeMaUOn, Judge of Probate. In the matter of the estate of Bridget Newton, deceased. Erasmus D. Newton, having filed Id said court hie petition praying tbat tbe administration of aald ewtate be granted to himself or to some other suitable person. It Is ordered, that the 15th day of November. A. D. 1007. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate offlce, be aad Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition,, It le furthur ordered, That public notice thereof be glveo by publication of -a copy of thl Order, for three successive week previous to said day of bearing. In the L'Anse Sentinel a newepaper printed and circulated in said county. Jams McMahoh, Judge of Probate A trne copy, Joseph I. LaSrecqftc. Attorney for Petitioner. ' Buaineaa Address: Baraga. Mich. uai, mm, , . -Attorney et law; , L'ANSE, - MICH 00000000000X)00000 Why wait until, your teeth tret so bad that you must have them taken out, when the Dentist is in your city every two weeks. 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