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fe ll-' 1116 WULTRYMAN AND THE GOOD JUDGE lv,
THE POULTRYMAN AND THE GOOD JUDGE
TCJTERE'S the ready chew! You
j JlJl can get tobacco comfort
without having to grind all the : time !
L Tttght-Cut" the Real Tobacco Chew.
a uuui toiu vui vui
U- 1
uavur muc uuu sicuuy9 iuvc yuu nam it
to come. ,--: V
Pure, rich, sappy tobacco mellow, full
bodied, seasoned and sweetened just enough. So
rich and tasty that less than a quarter your old
size chew keeps you satisfied.
j 'Tie Real Tobacco Chew JTS
10 Cents a Pouch
- f A SK your dealer today.
If he doesn't sell "Right-
Cut," send us 10 cents in
stamps. . We 11 send you
pouch.
r
We gvaranttm it tw
be pur chewing
totmcco and better
than the old kind.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
"We wish to announce to the public that our Ice Cream
parlors are opened. The very best of Ice Cream, Sodas and
Crushed Fiuits will always be .served. For anything in the
confectionery line, try us. We know we can please you..
MOISE DESCHAINE
BUSINESSMAN-4 '
The Sentinel job deparment delivers the goods. ' We
solicit your order for billheads, letterheads, cards,envelopes,
ets. No job too small none too large. Let us convince,
you that we give satisfaction. 'Phone, call or write.
Hemlock Bark Wanted.
The highest prices paid for tan bark, cecar
post and poles, f. o. b. cars loading station. Write
for prices.' .'';. V . ';
STEPHENSON LAND 8 LBR. GOv
;'' Oconto, Wis. ...
Don't suffer torments of the condemned frost Prick
ly Heat, Hives and Ssnmer Rash.
; A. D. S. Hepatto Salts cool tbe blood end re
move the beat Irritation. Two sizes: 25c zd 50c '
THE SUPERIOR-PHARMACY
Ageney A. D. 8. Remedies L'AKSE Eastman Kodak Lines .
: Tb delect Ctcizct cl tla Crrcrs.
B.co:::.i,nit
ujiv rtjjv juu
1.. 1M ' .
niCIiKUT
CHEWING
tobacco;
TTEYUAN-ESUTO'i COMPANY
Tha employers who
borers la Chios? aU v
them with shorels nowada, .
giro them picks, as they nsed.,
they expect the men to proTlde their
own shovels. The reason for this la
that as soon si. the men are glren
shorels some of them file off the cor
ners of the shovels. They claim-
and tXT ry-i fTjr cl-i-
that tbi shore! beai" u pointed
tejl the earth easier so. that the
ging Is made 1m Ubortous, ana
this only HttSSMasonthey woula-
'nt "think of catting down the shovel
so that even If they threw out the
same number of shovelfuls a day they
.would be- scompllhJnsTt' -
But at times they tire adiff erent
'reason for maklnt their shorels
smaller. If they think they are not
.being paid enough they will make a
Ismrrarther cut In the size of their
shorels. . This makes the work lust
hard for them, the gang boss
probably makes them throw out Just
as many, shovelfuls each day al
though of course each load will be
slightly lighter but at the end of
,the day. they will not hare covered as
I many yards as they would hare with
tthe larger shorels. This Is their way
(Of getting eren with their employer;
!they will work as bard as erer, but
' they don t want him to get as good
results. ","
Ravenous Fish , Eaterev
Dr. Francis Ward said In a lecture
that of all the ' birds which preyed
on fish the cormorant did . the most
damage. He had known a six-pound
cormorant eat double or treble Its
own weight of fish In a day. Of
aquatic mammals, the otter was th
most destructive to fish., and also the
clererlst fisherman In the manner It
cornered Its prey. The otter enjoyed
flih-catchlng as a sport, apart from
the necessities of hunger, and the
lecturer had known three otters
which together killed 2,000 trout In
one night. Contrary to the general
belief, the otter, several of which he
had kept under' observation, was not
a dainty eater, and would eat the
.whole of a two-pound trout down to
and Including the taQ-fln, and then go
for another.
k -. Ozone In Brewing.'
A curious:, commercial '.application
of ozone has Just been developed tn
the brewing Industry. Samples of
brewers yeast treated with otone for
five minutes show gxQgerJerment!ng
power than untreated yeastT Daxjbg
the first day or two there Is no gaTnV
but after that ozonised yeast exhibits
fermentative power markedly In ex
cess of. anjreated yeast The bene
ifit comes form the inhibit! ve action
of fiton on .objectionable organisms.
nd also Decease the weaker yeast
roils are eliminated and the stronger
Ones stimulated la fermentative
power. In the brewing Industry the
overproduction of yeast cells Is a
great source of Ion, SclenUflo
American. .wnwnfry- -. '
, Blrd.and 8nake Over Auto. x
- With" a big copperhead in its claws)
so heavy that It could hardly hold it, a
hawk hovered for minutes over the
'heads ofMr. and' Krs. Walter 'SJrler,
k "Ti wnggling and viiiciioas snake
nearly struck the couple, and several
times the hawk nearly dropped ft into
the antomobOa.
County Clerk Martin VbfeUch on
Thursday Issued a marriage licenas to
Miss Annie Ksisa and Eli Korpi tottt
of Herman.
' ADVKRTISID LtTltStS,
Remaining in Baraga office for the.
week ending July 2S, 1914. I
Agnes Farley, Ernest Baker, PfW
Cimbal, Apolinary Okareky. '. -.!
These letters will be sent to the'dfad
letter office AugUBt 4 if 'not 'deliv
ered before, tn cslliug;for ' the 'above
please say ' advertised' iviag date
of list. . ' '
FaXK M.'EiMs,4P. M.
Keweenaw Bay Nbtes.
On Sunday, July 12, several of the
local Grangers met at the home of Jo
seph Latendresse on the Sturgeon. The
program, which was a little out of the
ordinary, consisted of the erection of a
log hay. barn for Mr. Latendresse to
replace one recently destroyed by fire.
The portion of the program outlined
for the "sisters' present ; wss the
preparation of a sumptuous spread,
which wss enjoyed under the. lordly
elms on the banks of the Sturgeon. So
delighted were those present that msny
returned last Sundsy to , repeat the
program and put a roof on the barn. I
To give his new engine a try-outj
Herman Rossbenr. accobnanied lit
Nortby, Arnold and AdabRowe, ,hel
Yelp and Elva Cornlih' took(a, run to
mie uv ionaay evening, ah were
pleased with the trip. :v -.;
Charles Lokaasri, "of 'Catumst, moved
his. f smily ' and household goods here
Isstweek.
Wm. cTChk. of Barsgs, wss a bus
iness visitor hers Monday. .
" Messrs. Dwyer and IIooU, of Han
cock, called on the trade here last
week. - '
The measles, wtich have btxn prev
alent aracrj the youttr c;ttrs cf
, ; THIS DOUBLE COLUMN PAID
JOHN SANDS
; ; , ; REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR ' ,
At the Primaries August 25th, 1914.
I solicit yo.ur rote and support.! If nominated and eleetedll pledge
myself to give the people a good, dean, business administration.
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR,
::; ' ; 'Sheriff:, ':;v
At the Primaries August 25th
v Motto: Efficiency, Economy snd Courtesy.
" MAY. . I HAVE YOUR VOTE? .
... ii i
, I-
Respectfully solicits your support at the Primaries to be held
Tuesday, August 25th, 1914
Edward C. Mitchell
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
SHERIFF
AT THE fRliiARlES AUGUST" 25.
MAY I HAVE
t -I
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
HomeCJ. Pennock
Candidate for the Republican
Nomination for
Slioriii
YOUR VOTE?
niifrrns.
, VOl: VOTERS OF BARAGA
COUNTY:
If you desire a good business ad
'ministration in the county treasurer's of
fice, gire me your support at i the Primar
ies August25, 1914.
D. P. Menard.
Republican Candidate for ? j
PRIMARIES AUGUST ; iS," 1914 f:
' ' ' , Yow 8opport Eolidted.'1;. .
iSi
v1'-: ...'will bs
AtlAnso '
U01IDAY, July 27
' i ' HANCOCK OFFICE
112 Qulncy Street
One-Half Block West of Superior
Nstionsl Bank
,'' Phone 923
D. P. IIE1IARD,
UANSX. MICH.
LIVERYf SALES AND
CDOARDING STADLE
Also Autos For Hire
Buss to all Daily Trains.
Telephone.
WHEN IN TANSE
If you want good room and
board, call at the
L'ANSE HOUSE
HECTOR HEBERT, Prop.
Comer'Railroad and Third Streets
First Class. Modern Conven
iences. Rates Reasonable.
LAsa tOpOS. 99.44
i. o. o. r., b'AtH. w
Ror maetlair c
Wrinriar tfaitg at f
aVlock. at Lasn flail.
Vtoitlnv bmOiera era envdUIlT walcotna.
Avevvt H , 09flS f Davit,
eeerMar,' t. .ir ,
TT. r7ios, riBUclal Bacrttarf
MATT
MAMSEN ..
Licensed Embalm
er& Undertaker
L'ANSE.
MICH.
PLUMBER I
Honghton, Di cbian.
( Office 898J
'Phone-
1:
1 Residence 880.
Fred
First July 11; last Aug. l, 1914
' PROBATE NOTICE. ;
STATE OF MICHIGAN.
The Probate Court for the County of
Barsga. :
At a session of said Court held at
the probate office in the Village of
L'Anse in said county, on the 10th day
July A. D. 1914. - ' . i.
Present: Hon. Roger C. Williams,
Judge of Probate. .. '
. In the Matter of the Estate of Har-
vey Diamond, Deceased. :
Alice E. Randall having filed in said
court her petition praying that said
court adjudicate and determine who
were at tht time of his death the le- '
gal heirs cf sid deceased and entitled
ta iaherit the real estate of which said .
deceased died seised, . ' '
It is Ordered, That the Srd day of
Ac-nut A. D. 1814. at ten o'clock in the.
forenoon, at said prelate c.ce, be-rxi,
reresy SFTOincea ,ist, neanzj i
cetition: .
- It U Further Crdcred. Tktt public
net:s tertcf be riven bv cct"cttion
cf a eey cf tlb orf :r, fcr three sue;
e;u.n wtui trtCJ uti cry or
t;"L . ta r.e L'At-s Cir-Ua;!. a.- '
tTKZXTtt rtsd aai, drczliUJ Hi
costy.
Eocn C. "C7itiili!.r .
JiAjs cf mua r ; . ; - '

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