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The L'Anse Sentinel.
JteytbMcaa nwptpM daroue to U munm Of Btrtf County. rUBUBBIO BT TIM Baraga County rnbllibJng On. Mere Bteoil-OMt Matt SUtter tetke SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915. 1 n 1 ore warned -E orearme A girl had a proposal of mar riage Sunday' night, and asked a week to consider it before an swering. She then organized herself into an investigating committee and began taking tes timony from married ladies of her acquaintance. The first one used to be a belle and the mat admired girl in her town before she married ' six years befere. The cross-e lamina tka trrc$ht out the fact that si had six children, did all her owa wcrk. including washirg aaiircexcf; and hadn't been down town for f our weeks, and that her hus band had given her but $2 since she married, and that he had borrowed and forgot to pay back 110 which her brother once gave her for a Christmas pres ent He bought himself a new overcoat with the money, while she wore the same plush coat she had when he was courting i t it i i. - tier. Anoiner woman wnum ane visited quit teaching school three ago to marry "the handsomest and best-dressed man in -town," and she was supporting him. A third didn't dare say , her soul was her own when her husband was around, though she used to write some lovely essays when she was at school on the eman cipation oi women," and the fourth woman she visited was divorced. After visiting them and summing up the evidence, she went home and wrote the young man. She will be mar ried next month. and what you are, good and strong! Needn't never bluff, tell the truth for that's enough; be a booster, that's the stuff; you won't be wrong, ' 1 When Shears Sawbuck get hold of a country paper in which the merchants do not advertise they sing and do a little joy dance. Then they have a thousand or so of their big catalogues shipped to the town the paper comes from, by fast mail. "If those merchants in that town don't want the business, we do," they remark. And they get it how By advertising. Exchange. ELBERT HUBBARD If you like the old town best, tell 'em so. If you'd have her lead the rest, help her grow! When there's anything to do let the fellows count on you; you'll feel bully when you're through, don't you know? If you want to make a hit, get a name! If the other fellow's it who's to blame? Spend your , money in the town where you pull the shekels down; give the mail concerns the frown : that's the game! If you're used to giving knocks, change your style! Throw bouquets instead of rocks for awhile. Let the other fellow roast, shun him as you would a ghost, meet his aammer with a boast and a smile. When a stranger from afar comes along tell him who, The well posted citizen does his own thinking. He believes in Temperance, but certainly not In Prohibition. He knows that temperance is the result of education and home influ ence, not of legislation; that true temperance means mod eration;, not prohibition. ' He believes in serving in his home . a mild, healthful and strengthening beverage Beer. ' V '!' . ' Beech Droning Co. MlJcj:::3,::t The greatest Ion the world has suffered from the European war wu the death ot Elbert Hnboard. NaTtee mar be aeat to the bottom ot the sea. title rased to tie croud aad the products ot fcna aad factor? daoad to aafeee; ttr be replaced, bat tho a c4 sawrtRxhlfcard fc stilled forever. H5a vrxs a "tiGSe JVwtmt" tlroajh t3a bat & saw cur heaver. fal sen ajx6 jmitt thu axy trTir ot ks Cay, E not un to visit the ff-yrr- cmira, ctaih the tia tow it au&tmsMO or toach the axDewt off mesrtws to stiraulate u;iAflk ECia Omt raeted ta La tcmsft a tn3 sjrtus ot human tleodt tSaa trv&Hi farth from the reserve? tt 4Lits rower rut ra th coil life flowed throuch tis heart Bare freely and human ft stirred his miad more com- rieteiy tlaa that ot any other maa ot Ms generation. He is the treat est literary product ot this commercial axe, the most masterful "ad" writer the world ever produced aad has contributed mere toward understanding aad apprecia tion of Industry than any thinker who erer penned a line or hummed a tune on this planet He was the most ac curate historian of human nature, the most capable sculptor of human thought and the most able painter of human action of the age in which he lired. The ocean wares may tenderly kiss his body farewell, the salt of the sea corrode his pen but his spirit will live on and en forever and wield an influence in directing the lives of men and shaping the destinies of na tions fco long as time lasts, men tnink and society exists. Items of Local Interest. Misi Clara Menard returned Wednes day from a three weeks' visit in Han cock with ber sister, Mrs. W. W. Kim. mel. 1 Fabian Deschaine, of Marquette, spent Wednesday here visiting his father, Thomas Deschaine. Mrs. Fred Massie left Wednesdsy for her home in Winnipeg, Ont, after spending three weeks here visiting rel atives. , . Cornelius Schutz, who has been em ployed as engineer in the brick plant at Ripley, arrived in L'Anse Wednes dsy. Victeural Laundroche, of Houghton. is a guest of his sister, Mrs Joseph McKindles, this week. , Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Goldquist, of Baraga, were L'Anse visitors Tuesday. Miss Florence Boivin, who has been attending the Valparaiso University at Valparaiso, Ind., the past year, return d to her home in L'Anse yesterdsy. A son was born Wednesdsy to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Reynolds at Houghton. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds were former residents of Baraga county. Mis Mina Schultz was a Houghton visitor the first of the week. J. K. Bower, of Big Rapids, inherit ance tax f commissioner connected with Auditor General Fuller's office at Lans ing, was in town Tuesday checking up estates in the office of Judge of Probate John H. McLean. . Mrs. E. Paquette and children, of Medford, Wis., who have been visiting in the copper country a short time, ar rived in L'Anse Wednesday and are guests at the Paquette home. j The household goods of Mr. and Mrs. Milan Allen were shipped to Point Mills, Houghton county, Wednesday, where Mr. and Mrs. Allen will reside. Mrs. Crane and son William returned last Saturday from a six weeks' visit in ChasselL , Mr. and Mrs. Toney F. Sterk and son George, of Abmeek, spent Sunday as guest of Mr. Sterk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stork. , ' Harry ; Herman, of Laurium, was a business visitor here Monday. . Mrs. Oscar von Zellen, of Gkanee, was a guest of her son, Dr. Wal fred von Zellen, Wednesday. Hiss Ruth Tucker, of Calumet, was guest ot UUs tlamie Mayo ttli weix. Kiss Jeaa Campbell retsrncJ Waincy frca t. 3ctz, VJtzLLrZ' tea, where she tpt nt three nostLa vl tting her sister, Mrs. Douglas Mcln- tyre. . ' Chas. Kelsey returned Tuesday from a two weeks' visit In Detroit. Miss Esther Thomas, of Baltic, is a guest of Miss Ada Johnston this week M. T. Deschaine, Victor and Hubert Seavoy, George H. Paquette and Leo Sanregret autoed to Calumet Tuesday, Christ Westberg is confined to his home with illness. Robert Peterson, of Kearsarge,spent Sunday at home in L'Anse. s Miss Irene Theobald, of Marquette, was a guest of her sister, Uisa Julia Theobald, this week. , . Mr. 'and Mrs. F.' W. Knepple and daughters Ursula , and Eleanor visited in Green Bay a few days this week. Frank GuthUe and daughter Cecilia, of Sheboygan Falls, are guests of Mr. end Mrs. James Jad son. Misses Ruth Jackson, Mae Crebasss, Anna Jacobean and Ada Johnston re turned laat Saturday, from Marquette, where they attended the summer term ot the Northern State Normal. Mrs. J. O. Ifaxey and daughter Elizabeth spent Wednesday in Hough- n The tug Nellie Cotton was in port Monday. Ex-Lieotenant Governor O. W. Rpb- iason. of Chasaell, waa a business vis itor here Monday. Messrs. Willard (Smith. Ben Sparks aad Ernie Hansen, of Houghton, were L'Anse visitors Tuesday. Dr. Waara, the dentist, spent Sun day in Hancock. D. Le Titan was in Herman Sunday in attendance at the athletic meet. Andrew Wahl returned last Satur day from a week's visit in Houghton with his son, William G." Mr. and Mrs. John Hartz and chil dren, who were visitors at the Schultz home on the bay shore for two weeks, left Monday for their home in Houghton. Mrs. William Peterson and daughter Rosie left yesterday for a short visit in Duluth. Torey Johnson shot and killed a black bear near the Grace farm. Mr. Bear had killed a calf belonging, to Jim Grace and was pulling it away when he met bis fate. James Brogart left Thursday for the city of Marquette, where he will be employed by the South Shore Rail road Company. While employed on the Pinery road Wednesday afternoon, John St, Onge was overcome by the beat, tie waa brought to his home in L'Anse and giv en medical, treatment. Attorney Ira E. Randall, of Hough ton, transacted business in L'Anse Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Maude Ley, of Negaunee, ar rived Wednesday and is a guest of Mrs. L. J. Menard. Highway Commissioner Cham Des- cesine made a few necessary repairs on the Brewery road this week. A marriage license was issued last Saturday to Miss Hilda Eeskinen and Oscar Hakala, both of Covington. 7t7G nn, n n n n f , lJ 7 i i i Houchton, Mich UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY. Cczizzzzd Zlzlcnzzi ct Cc-dltlca ct dczz ct Buriacrs, Juse 23, 1 015 LIABILITIES, Capital Stock . - - $200,000.00 Surplus and Und. Profits 467.315.37 . 186 900,00 - - 3,209.230.02 RESOURCES, Loans - 2, 111. 304 95 Bank Baildiajc and Fixtures 50,000.00 U. S. and other Bonds - 562,957.40 Due from U. S. Treasurer - 10,000.00 Cash on hand and in banks 1247,233.04 Stock in Federal Reserve Bank 12,000.00 $4,063,495 39 Circulation Deposits $4,063,495.39 Meat Market L'Anse. Mioh. Fresfi end Gored Meats, Fruit S VetJetdMea Charles Jacobson PsoFBirro. For a Sprained Ankle. If you will get a bottle of Chamber lain's Liniment and observe the direc tions given therewith faithfully, you will recover in much less time than la usually required. For sale by Super ior Pharmacy, L'Anse and Axel Erick son, Skanee. advertisement. ' For Sale. Fifteen work horses. 1 Apply to Babaga' Lumber Co., 440-f. Bsrsgs, Mich. . July 31; Aug. 7. 14. 21, 1915. PROBATE NOTICE. ' ' STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Baraga. In the Matter of the Estate of Phidilla Arn, Deceased, late of Arn heim. Notice is hereby given that four months from the 26th day of July, A. D. 1915, have been allowed for credit ors to present their claims against said deceased to said court for examination and adjustment, and that all creditors of said deceased are required to present their claims to said court, at the pro bate office. In the Village of L'Anse in said county, on or before the 7th day of December A. D. 1915, and that said claims will be beard by said court on Monday the 7th day of December A. D. 1915, at ten o'clock in the fore noon ' ' : " Dated July 28th A. D. 1915. John II. McLean, seaL Judge of Probate. A true copy. - John II. McLean, Judge of Probata. A Complete Set of Abstracts to , AULanoSin Earths Count. Abstracts of Title Furnished Accu rately and '''.Promptly. 0:.:3. ' Molly U. 0'C:.7.;zz,teztzzzizT D. P. UENARD. IMNSX, MICH. LIVERY, SALES AND A BOARDING STADLB Also Autos For Hire Buss to all Daily Trains. Telephone."' a rm-nTrrtirt rer-'vi n n a i tl"T""T' M ili-MM.Mip.m. lU.uiIflL lU. the largest stock of Lumber, Shingles. Lath, Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Tarfelt and Roofing. We make prompt shipment to any point Mail orders solicited. Yards and Mills: Hubbell, Calumet and Hancock Mich. . MONUMENTS You can have choice of oVer 600 most Popular Designs which I fur nish in any of the different Gran itea or Marbles,- any aize, at a low er price than you can buy else where. Material and workmanship guaranteed first class. You will save money if yon send a card say ing "I would like to see your de- " signs." . We sell Stewart's Iron fencing, : reservoir vases, lawn fountains, Giblie drinking 1 fountains, iron tching posts, tree guards, etc William J. Strattou. - BARAGA, MICH.' r " Ctt Your PLUMBING cad RBPAIIIING Done By Joseph Pic&rd L'Anse, Mich If it why lot? Trade with the Lakeside. We carry the most com plete florist line in Northern Michigan. We are, abreat of the times. We want your business. We will try to deserve it Lakeside Floral Co. MATT HANSEN, AGENT, L'ANSE, MICH. REAL PHARMACY. AGENTS, BARAGA r mm- Liconood Emb&lm or & Undertaker L'ANSE, VICEL ' . v Pralmr HMtiat eack -J VdadaT mmS at I ( J o'clock, kt 1 Mtii Kail VtaiUaab eeeeAwdUllwaieoa,.. Amvat kkm. iuii v. biuoi, FcMarr - N.. ' Va. twntnom. jrteeeolat StaUrf We have a Banking by 11 all Depart ment which a'Sords special facilities to at-cf.town customers. , Write for our booklet, .''Modern Cankis,'.' which fully -explains this gjstsp. ' ' ' v ;;-'-' First UaticnalEanl: C To L'Mse Coal Users We beg to announce that we have arranged with Matt Hansen to take orders for us again this year for our different sizes and kinds of Hard and Soft Coal. All orders left with Mr. Hansen will be filled with our Coal. There is not better Coal shipped than ours. Coal weather will soon be with us again and we would ad vise you to ," . : 0,.-.' Place Your Orders Early. TTCie IPeop!ss- Ftss3 Co. CUkrsst Lsarisa Hcctca DrrcecS: r.2c!:q Yoarcclf Daulily Welcome.. Sweets to ths Sweetand you'll get a welccma recep tion if you take along some of our fresh candy, in bulk or by tha F-ckaga . r:7e cm also fill your wants in Fruits, School Supplies, Ccrs, Tobaccos, Etc Tha htch-ctrir is cut-ccnia in LlOiSE DBS CHA iHH