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STATE OF MINNESOTA, 1
County of Cook. S
IN DISTRICT COURT. Eleventh Judicial
District.
Gabro Lana Company, a corporation,
Plaintiff,
—V8—
Robert Hubbert, Jerry C. Camms,
Edward Jackson. Warren E. Whip­
ple, Cedar Bnpply Company, a cor­
poration, Henry s. Ingersoll, Hig
glns Land Company, a corpora
tion, Robert Louden, C. K. Rust,
Charles J. Johnson, Pulpwood
Log Company, a corporation, Ed­
win V. Mundy, Thomas
A.
E. Wea-
dock, as Executor of the last will
and estate of Edwin V. Mundy, de­
ceased, August Jobnsou, Betsey
M. Johnson, Wallace Warner,
John Q. A. Crosby, John B. Arn­
old, Charles W. Erlckson, Austin
N. fiieGlhdley, Mary L. McQindley,
Alexander McBean, Prudence D.
Soule, Henry R. Lamoreaux. E. B.
Patten, Assignee of Henry R. La
moreaux, John Sheely. Edwin T.
Carrington, John H. Plum, Allan
S Rose, Jacob Myers, Ohrls
Murphy, E. W. Wakelin, H. D.
Jones. R. N. Marble. C. H. Car
hart, White Line Transportation
Company, a corporation, Guiter
man Brothers, a corporation, M.
B. Wells Company, a corporation,
1
he Continental Shoe Company, a
corporation, The Continent Shoe
Company, a corporation, Wyman
Partridge & Company, a corpora­
tion, Keliey-How-Thompson Com
Dany, a corporation, A. L. Ordean,
Marsha 11-Wells Hardware Com-
Elumber
any, a corporation, Scott-GrafT
(Company, a corporation,
Blake and Walte Company, a cor
oration, F. Mayer Boot and Shoe
lompany, a corporation, McGill
Warner Company, a corporation,
George W. Martin and Thomas H.
Martin, J. D. Barrett and C. Zim­
merman, H. B. Knudsen, Benja­
min Taylor as Executor of the
last will of Edmund M. Pope, de­
ceased, Jay H. Hoag, as Trustee in
Bankruptcy of the estate of Char­
les J. Johnson. Bankrupt, State of
Minnesota, Gowan-Peyton-Twohy
company, acorporation, C. S. Pros­
per and Company, a corporation,
J. H. Constantine, E. J. Bunker,
and all other persons or parlies un­
known, claiming any right, title,
estate lien or interest in the real
estate described in the complaint
herein.
P'
Defendants.
NOTICE OF REFEREE SALE.
WHEREAS, judgment was duly ren­
dered and docketed in the above entitled
action on the 8th day of December. A. D.
1915, for partition and sale of the lands and
premises hereinafter described.
AND, WHEREAS, said Judgment
duly appointed L. H. Lien, Grand Marais,
Cook County, Minnesota, Referee for the
purpose of making sale ol the lands and pre­
mises. described in said judgment, to-wlt:—
The South half of the Southeast quarter
and Northeast quarter of the Southeast
quarter of Section Twenty, Township Sixty
tive North, or Range One West of the 4th P.
exclusive of all timber, situate, standing,
lying, or being thereon, with the right to
cut and remove the same at any time before
December 26th, 192B.
Lot Three in Section Thirty-one, Township
Sixty-five North, of Range Four West of the
4th P. M.
AND WHEREAS, said judgment by
the terms thereof provides that said
lands and premises shall be sold in
separate parcels as follows, to-wit:
South half of the Southeast quarter and
Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter
of Section Twenty, Township Sixty-five
North, of Range One West of the 4th P. M. ex­
clusive of all timber thereon, in one parcel.
Lot Three in Section Thirty-one, Townsnip
Sixty-five North, of Range Four West of the
4th P. M. in one parcel.
The said lands and premises to be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder for cash,
and that due notice of such sale be given.
NOW, THEREFORE, Notice is here­
by given that under and by virtue of
said judgment of partition and sale,
dated December. 8th A. D. 1915, duly ren­
dered, entered and docketed on said
day in the office of the Clerk of the
District Court for saia Cook County, Min­
nesota. I will sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash at the
office of the sheriff in the Court
House in the Village of Grand Marais,
Cook County, Minnesota, on the 4th
day of March, A. 1916, at ten o'clock in
the forenoon, of said dav, the interest of each
and every of the defendants herein, and
the whole of the following described
real estate situate, lying and being in
the County of Cook, State of Minne­
sota. to-wit:
South half of the Southeast quarter and
Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter
of Section Twenty, Township Sixty-five
North, of Range One West of the 4th P. M. ex­
clusive of all timber, situate, standing, lying
or being thereon, with the right to cut and
remove the same at any time before Decem­
ber 26th, 1926, which said timber is reserved
and excepted from the sale herein.
Lot Three in Section Thirty-one, Township
Sixty-five North, of Range Four West of the
4th P. M.
Said lands and premises hereinbefore de­
scribed to be offered for sale and sold se­
parately as hereinbefore indicated, pursuant
to the said judgment of partition and sale
before mentioned.
Dated this 6th day of January A. D. 1916.
L. H. LIEN,
Referee duly appointed by said Judgment
to make sale of said lands.
ARNOLD & ARNOLD
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 12-13
STATE OF MINNESOTA. 1
County of Cook.
IN DISTRICT COURT. Eleventh Judi­
cial District.
Conglomerate Land Company,- A
Corporation,
Plaintiff,
—vs.—•
E. L. Gilbert, Eugene L. Trask, Jed
L. Washburn. William I). Wash
bum, Jr., The Alliance Mortgage
& Investment Co., Alexander M.
Morrison, Clara E. Morrison,
George H. Gamble, L. J. Emery,
Mrs. Mary E. Orth Benban, State
of Minnesota, Connty of Cook, Wil.
Ham J. Stretch, Robert Gerrie,
Johu McKinley, Simon Clark. Wil­
liam A Cant, Assignee of Simon
Clark, insolvent, Alfred H. Si­
mons, Robert Fitzgerald, Frank
L. Bueli, Wilson G. Crosly,
Robert F, Fitzgerald, Assignee of
Simon Clark & Uo., and Alexander
M. Morrison and Joseph John Tat
cher W. W.'Blacken aw, and all
other persons or parties unknown,
claiming any right title, estate,
lien or interest in the real estate
described in the complaint herein.
Court House, in the Village of Grand Marais,
in said County of Cook and State of Minne­
sota, at ten o*olock in the forenoon, the ln
hereln, and the whole of the following de
scribed real estate, situated lying and being
In the County of Cook and State of Minne­
sota, in separate parcels according to the
United States Government Sub-division
thereof. Said lands and premises being de­
scribed as follows to-wlt:
The Southwest quarter of the Northwest
quarter of Section Four The South half of
the Northwest quarter. West half of the
Southwest quarter and Northed at quarter of
the Southwest quarter of Section rive the
Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter
of 8ection six North half of the Northwest
quarter and Southwest quarter of the North­
east quarter of Section Eight, Township Six­
ty-two North, of Range Three East, of the
4th P. M. pursuant to said judgment of parti
tion and sale before mentioned.
Dated January 6th, A. D. 1916.
L. H. LIEN.
Referee duly apnointed by said Judgment
to make sale of saia lands.
ARNOLD & ARNOLD
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1.16
STATE OP MINNESOTA. 1
County of Cook.
IN DISTRICT COURT. Eleventh Judi­
cial District.
The Marais Investment Company,
a corporation,
Joseph Henry Schmeck, George N.
Carleton, Otis E. McCritcneon,
Otis E. McOutcheon, Ole O. Roise,
Ole lngelbrigtson, Krlstine Inge
brietson. Ole Ingebrigtson. Sophia
H. Bo hanon, Executrix and Testa.
mentary Trustee under the last will
and testament of John Bohanon,
deceased, Henry M. Farnam, Hen­
ry I. Wombacher, Carrie C. Far­
nam. George F. Ash, Ephraim G,
Ash. William H. dough, Fred D.
Ash, Louise I. Ames, Edna J. Ash,
North American Iron Company, a
New Jersey corporation, Samuel
Kerr. R. J, Kerr, H. M. Ralston. C.
Packer. William Haythorn,
George Lill, Horace Wil list on,
John A. Stockbridge, William Mc­
Kinley, A. D. Stockbridge, Greene
Pack, Margaret Pack.Charles Pack,
Chrries PeckT Alice Gertrude Pack.
T. W. Kennedy, J. Frank Mount,
Grand Marais and Vermillion Iron
and Land ompany, a corporation,
Julian V. O'Brien. Administrator
of the Estate of Henry C. King,
deceased, Neil G. McPhee, Alexan­
der Bonenfaut, Alexander Bonen
fant, Fred Taylor, Henry
Clay King, William A. Wylie,
Joseph Cushlne, Dennis McGrath.
John Moore, Charles V. Hicks,
Albert II. Fish, Austin N. McGind
ley, Alexander McBean. Prudence
D. Soule, Samuel E. Neiler. E. B.
Patten, Assignee of Henry R. La­
moreaux, Insolvent, John Sheely,
Pulp wood Log Company, a corpo­
ration, Peter Norman, Bertha Nor­
man, May Norman, Esther Norman,
Peter Norman, Jr., Ruth Norman,
Elsie Norman, Eva Norman. Arn
old Normun, George Norman, Fred
B. Rossom. Gust Carlson, Sarah
Norman, Gabro Land Company, a
corporation, B. Middlecoff, Ida
C. Rossom, Ida C, Rossom, Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Fred
B. Rossom, deceased, Carl Hartley
Rossom, Ruben G. B. Rossom, Edna
A. Rossom, Peter Norman,
Administrator of the estate of
Savah Norman, deceased, L. L.
Simmons, Wellington R. Burt,
American Really Company, a cor
poraution, George Wartner, Ameri­
can Nickel Mining Compan, a cor­
poration, Julius Solomon, Sarah
Kich, Donald A. McDonald, Sellg
Solomon. Harry Rich, John N. Fox,
William H. McQuade, Joel L. Cam­
eron. Allen M. Longstreet, Mary
A. Longstreet. Emma Longstreet,
Ida May Luick. Ida May Trucks,
William H. Longstreet. Gertrude
Longstreet, D. B. McAlpine. P.
M. Cole. E. W, Bar nee, Charles G.
Eugstrand, Charles A. Lofquist,
II. E. Smith & Co., a Minnesota,
corporation. Charles J. Johnson,
Hugh J. McClearn. Jay H. Hoag,
as Trustee in Bankruptcy of the
estate of Charles J. Johnson, Bank­v
rupt, Paul J. Faber, Robert Louden,
Frank L. Buell, Wilson G. Crosby,
Alexander Fraser,George F. Nolan,
John E. Murray, Cedar Supply Com­
pany, a Corporation, M«ry Pope,
John A.C. Lelaud, Clark H. Carhart,
L. L. Simmons, George Wetherby,
James N. True, George W. Green,
Nellie M- French, Jlarence D. Green,
John T. Ctylbertson. Louis A. Reed
as receiver for the American Realty
Company, a corporation, Gowan
Pey ton-Twoby Company, a corpo­
ration, C. 8. Prosser and Company,
acorporation. E. J. Bunker and
J. H. Constantine, The State of
Minnesota, The County oi Cook,
Myrtle Simmons, Margaret Laren,
Gust Nelson, Guiterman Brothers,
a corporation. White Line Trans­
portation Company, a corporation,
M. D. Wells Company, a corporation,
The Continental Shoe Company,
a corporation, The Continent Shoe
Company, a corporation, Wyman
Partridge & Company, a corpora
tit n, Kelly-How-Thompson Com­
pany, a corporation, A. Ordean,
Marshall Wells Hardware Company,
a corporation, Scott-Graff Lumber
Company, a corporation. Blake
and Walte Company, a corporation,
Stone-Ordean-Wells Company, a
corporation, Benjaman Taylor, as
Executor of the last will of Edmund
M. Pope, deceased, F. Mayer Boot
and Shoe Company, a corporation,
McGill- Warner Company, a corpo­
ration, George W. Martin, and
Thomas H. Martin, ,T. D. Barrett
andC. Zimmerman, H. B. Knud­
sen Arthur H. Fish, Mary E. Hal
lock, Ida C. Rossom. Guardian of
the estate of Ruben G. B. Rossom,
Carl Hartley Rossom and Edna A.
Rossom, minors, and all other
ftenonsright,
Defendants.
NOTICE: OF RBFEHEE SALE.
WHEREAS, Judgment was duly rendered
and docketed in the above entitled action on
the 18th day of October, A. 1915. for parti­
tion and sale of the lands and premises here­
inafter described.
AND WHEREAS, said judgment duly ap­
pointed L. H. LIEN, of Cook County. Minne­
sota, Referee for the purpose of making sale
of the lands and premises described in said
judgment, to-wit:—
The Southwest quarter of the Northwest
quarter of Seotlon Four, The South half of
the Northwest quarter, West half of the
Southwest quarter, and Northeast quarter of
the 8outhwest quarter of Section Five South,
east quarter of,tbe Northeast quarter of Sec­
tion Six, North half of the Northwest quar­
ter, Southwest quarter of the Northeast
quarter of Section Eight, Township Sixty-two
North, of Range Three East of the 4th P. M.
AND WHEREAS,' said judgment by the
terms thereof, provides that said lands and
premises shall be sold In separate parcels
according to the United States Government
Sub-division thereof, at pnblic auction to the
highest bidder Tor cash, and that doe notice
of such sale be given.
NOW THEREFORE, Notice is hereby
given, that under and by virtue of
said judgment of partition and sble
dated October 18.1915, duly rendered, entered
and docketed ou said day In the office of the
Clerk of the District Court in and for the
County of Cook and State of Minnesota, on
the 4tn day of March, A. D. 1916, I will
sell at public auction to the highest bidder
tor easn, at the office of the Sheriff in the
&
£A
Plaintiif,
vs.
Edward B. Splleman, Robert Hoven
den, Joseph N. Schmeck, Benjamin
F. Oakes Assignee for benefit of
creditors of Joseph N, Schmeck,
or parties unknown, claim­
ing ony title, estate, lien or
interest in the real estate described
in the complaint herein.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF REFEREE SALE
Whereas, Judgment was duly rendered,
entered and docketed in the above entitled
action on the 8th day of December, A, D. 1915,
for partition and sale of the lands and prem­
ises nereinafter mentioned.
And Whereas, said judgment duly appoin­
ted L. H, Lien, of Grand Marais, Cook Coun­
ty, Minnesota, Referee for the purpose of
making sale ot the lands and premises de*
scribed in said judgment, to-wlt:
Lots Two and Three in Section Thirteen,
and Lot One in Section Fourteen, Township
Sixty.five North, of Range Two East of the
4th P. M.
Lots One and Three and the North half of
the Northeast quarter of Section Ten. Towni
si'
S xty-rour North, of Range Three West
of the 4th P. M.
.Lot Nine in Section Eight, Township Sixty
six, North, of Range Four West of the 4tb
P. M.
East half of the Northeast quarter and South­
west quarter of the Northeast quarter
of Section Seventeen South half of the
Southeast quarter of Section Twenty and
Lots Two and Three in Section Twenty-one
Township Sixty-three, North, of Range One
East of the 4ih P. M.
Southeast quarter of the Southwest quar­
ter of Section Seven, Township Sixty-three
North, of Range One East of the 4th P. M.
Lot Nine in Section Thirty, TownBhln
Sixty-three North, of Range One East of the
4th P. M.
Northwest quarter of the Northeast quar­
ter. Northeast quarser of the Northwest quar­
ter of Section Seventeen, Township Sixty
three North, of Range One East of the 4th
P. 11.
Lots One and Two and the Southeast quar­
ter of the Northwest quarter of Section Nine*
teen. Township Sixty-tbree North, of Range
Two West of the 4th M., exclusive of all
timber situate thereon, which said timber is
hereby excepted and reserved from the sale
herein provided for.
East half of the Northeast quarter, North­
east quarter ot the Southwest quarter, North­
east auarter of the Southeast quarter, and
prthwest quarter of the Southeast quarter
of Section Twenty, Township Sixty-three
North, of Range One East of the 4th P. M.
Southwest quarter of the Southeast quar
ter of Seotlon Thirty
Ave North, of Badge
of the Southeast quar*
by-two. Township Sixty.
Four West of the 4th P.
tgr ffifoVr*»-".y^^ 4 _• re-ir?-
Northwest quarter of the Northeast quar­
ter ana Lot Eleven in Section Thirty-one,.
Township Sixty-five North, of Range Four
West of the 4th M.
Lot Nine in Section One. Township Sixty
four North, of Range Five West of tne 4th r.
Mi
Lots One, Two, Three and Four in Section
Five, Township Sixty-four North, of Range
One West of the 4th P. M.
The North half of Section Twenty.one,
Township Slxty.three North, of Range One
East of the 4th P. M.
—Lots Seven, Eight and Nine in Section
Eight, Township Sixty-four North, of Range
Five West of the 4th P. M.
Lot Two in Section Twelve, TownBhip Six*
t^*MVe
rtb*
East half of the Northeast quarter, and
Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter
of Section Seventeen South half of the
Southeast quarter of Section Twenty, and
Lots Two and Three in Section Twenty-one.
Township Sixty-three North, of Range One
East of the 4th P. M. in one parcel.
Southeast quarter of the Sontbwest quarter
of Section Seven, Township Sixty-three
thi
North, of Range One East of
one parcel
And that all of the above described lands
and premises be sold at public auction to the
highest bidder ror cash, and that due notice
of sale be given
NOW THEREFORE, Notice is hereby given,
that undor and by virtue of «id judgment of
partition an I sale dated December 8, A. D.
1915, duly rendered, entered and docketed on
saidjday in the office of the Clerk of the Dis­
trict Court for said Cook County, Minneso­
ta, I will sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash, at the office of the Sheri IT, in
the Court House, at the Village of Grand Ma­
rais.\ ook County. Minnesota, on the 4th day
ot March, A. D. 1916 at ten o'clock In the
forenoon of said day, the interests of each
and every of the defendants herein, and the
whole of the following described real estate,
situate, lying, and being in the County of
Cook and State of Minnesota, to-wit
Parcel 1. Lots Two and Three in Section
Thirteen, and Lot One in Section Fourteen,
Township Sixty-five North, of Range Two
East of the 4th P. M.
Parcel 2. Lots One and Three and the
North half of the Northeast quarter of Sec­
tion Ten, Township Sixty-'our North, of
Range Three West of the 4tb P. M.
Parcel 3, Lot Nine in Section Eight. Town­
ship Sixty-six North, of Range Four West of
the 4th P. M.
Parcel 4. East half of the Northeast quar­
ter. and SonthweBt quarter of the Northeast
quarter of Section Seventeen South half of
the Southeast auarter of Section Twenty, and
Lots Two and Three In Section Twenty-one.
Township Sixty-three North, of Range One
East of the 4th P. M.
Parcel 5. Southeast quarter of the South­
west quarter of Section Seven, Township Six
t^free North, of Range One East of the 4th
Parcel 6. Lot Nine in Section Thirty,
Township Sixty-three North, of Range One
East of the 4th P. M.
Parcel 7. Northwest quarter of the North­
east quarter, Northeast quarter of the North
west quarter of Section Seventeen, Township
7.^"i?ree
North
COOK COUKTY NEWS-HERALD, BRAND MARAIS, MINN.
Four West of the 4th
Lots Three and Four in Section Thirty-four.
Township Sixty-five North, of Range Four
West of the 4th P. M.
AND WHEREAS, said judgment by the
terms thereof, provides that said lands and
premises shall be sold in separate parcels as
follows, to-wltz-
Lots Two and Three In Section Thirteen,
and Lot One in Section Fourteen. Township
North, of Range Two East of the
4th P. M.. in one parcel.
Lots One and Three and the North half of
the Northeast quarter of Section Ten, Town­
ship Sixty-four North, of Range Three West
of tne 4th P. M., in one parcel.
Lot Nine in Section Eight, Township Sixty
six North, of Range Four West of the 4th P.
M. in one parcel.
tie 4th P.M. in
Lot Nine in Section Thirty, Township Six­
ty-three North, of Range One East of tne 4th
P. M. In one parcel.
Northwest quarter of the Northeast quar­
ter, Northeast quarter of the Northwest quar­
ter of Section Seventeen, Township Sixty
three North, of Range One East of the 4th P.
M. in one parcel.
Lots One and Two and the Southeast quar­
ter of the Northwest quarter of Section
Nineteen, Township Sixty-three North, of
Range Two West of the 4th M. exclusive of
all timber situate, lying or belug thereon, in
one parcel.
East half of the Northeast quarter. North­
east quarter of the 8outhwest quarter. North­
east quarter of the Southeast quarter and
Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter
of Section Twenty, Township Sixty-three
North, of Range One East of the 4th P. M. in
one parcel.
Southwest quarter of the Southeast quar
ter of Section Thirty*two. Township Sixty
five North, of Range Four'West of the 4th
M. in one parcel.
Northwest quarter of the Northeast quar­
ter and Lot Eleven, iu Section Thirty-one
Township Sixty.five North, of Range Four
West of the 4th P. M. in one p&rcel.
Lot Nine in Section One, Township Sixty
four North, of Range Five West of the 4th
P. M. In one parcel.
Lots One, Two. Three and Four in Section
Five, Township Sixty-four North, of Range
One West of the 4th P. M. in one parcel.
The North half of Section Twenty-one,
Township Sixty-three North, of Range Ope
East of the 4th P. M. in one parcel.
Lots Seven, Eight and Nine in Section
EightjTownship Sixty-four North, of Range
ive West of the 4th P. in one parcel.
Lot Two in Section Twelve. Township Six*
ty-five North, of Range Four West of tne 4th
P. M. in one parcel.
Lots Three and Four in Section Thirty
four. Township Sixty-five North, of Range
Four West ot the 4th P. M. In one parcel.
°t Range One East of the
4th P. M.
Parcel 8. Lots One and Two and the South
east Quarter of the .Northwest quarter of See*
tion Nineteen, Township Sixtv-three North,
of Range Two West of the 4th P. M„ exclu­
sive of all timber, situate, lying and being
thereon, together with the right te cut and re
move the same, which said timber is excepted
and reserved from the sale herein.
Parcel 9. East half of the Northeast quar­
ter. Northeast quarter of the Southwest
quarter, Northeast quarter of the Southeast
quarter and Northwest quarter of the South
east quarter of Section Twenty. Township
4th Mree Range One East of the
Parcel 10. Southwest quarter of the South
Sn Thirty-two, Township
4th $*^I North, of Rauge Four West of the
Parcel 11. Northwest quarter of the North­
east quarter and Lot Eleven in Section Ttoir
tv-one. Township Sixty-five North, of Range
Four West ot the 4th P. M.
Parcel 12. Lot Nine in Section One. Town
trfThe'ttlf P°Mr
Nortb'
of
Ran8«
Five West
Parcel 14. Lots One, Two and Threw* and
Four In Stctlon Five, Township Sixty-four
North, of Range One West of the 4th P. M.
Parcel 15. The North half of Section Twen
ty-one. Township Sixty-three North, of
Range One East of the 4tb P. M.
Parcel 16. Lots Seven, Eight and Nine in
Se£ion Eight, Township Sixty-four North,
of Range ive West of the 4th P. M.
Parcel 17. Lot Two in Section Twelve,
aawj"
B°"h'
»r
b»»»
Range Four West of the 4th P. M.
All of said hinds and premises hereinbefore
described to be ..ffered for sale and sold se
K»HI Jil?
,judgment
he"3lnbefre
indicated, pursuant
to the said of partition and sale
before mentioned.
Dated this 6th day of January, A, D. 1916,
Referee duly appointed by' said'judgment
to make sale of laid lands.
ARNOLD AND ARNOLD, in
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
SEVEN STATES ON DRY LIST
Prohibition Goes Into Effect in LarQe
Area.
Chicago, Jan. 1.—Statewide prohi­
bition of the sale and manufacture oi
intoxicating liquors became effective
in seven states at midnight, putting
out of business more than 8,000 sa
loons, a large number of breweries,
wholesale liquor houses and dis­
tilleries.
STATE OP MINNESOTA, 1
County of Cook.
IN DISTRICT COURT. Eleventh Judi­
cial District.
John F, Elllorin,
Plaintiff,
vs.
John H.
Johnson, Leonard McHugh,
H. H. Phelps, Cook County Iron
and Land Company, a corporation,
Carl o. Stubstad, A. C. Hubbell,
Louis A. Hall. W. T. Hushes,
Inter-State Company a corporation,
John Holleran. Jennie Krojankftr,
Robert Krojanker, John Nordquist,
Conglomerate Land Company, a
corporation, Jens Miklcelsen,
Thore Mlkkelsen, Karl L.
Mikkelsen, Karen Benson, Thon
nettei Larson, fiernt Johnson, Axel
??. Mlkkelsen, Arthur H. Mikkelsen,
Olof M. Mikkelsen, Haakon 8. Mik­
kelsen, Andrew H. Bell. Olllne
Mikkelsen, Edward Sargent Hatch,
Pulpwood Log Company, acorpo­
ration, John F. Segog, Interstate
Company, a Corporation, Peter
Peterson, Cary E. Mordux, Eliza
Mordux, 1, Freimuth, Theodore M.
Helinskl, Martha Segog, Chris
Peterson, Albert L. Llndeke, A1
M. Lester, Grace Lester, Chris
Peterson, F. D. McMillen, Mary
Olson, Henry Johnson, John Sun
deen, Catherine Schlbsted, Ellen
Schlbsted, Ralph Schlbsted, Betsey
M. Mikkelsen, Knstlan N. Mikkel­
sen, Lewis A. Hall, Manr Hubbell,
E. D. Graff, Melvlna W.Graff, Annie
S. Sundeen, sole heir and devisee
of the estate of John Sundeen,
deceased. The Marais Investment
Company, a corporation. M. R.
Denning, William H. Denning Lucy
B. Denning, Lewis A. Hall ana
Lewis B. Hughes, Exeoutors and
Trustees under the last will and
testament of William H. T. Hughes,
deceased, Olive P. Pughes, John
A. Hughes, The
Bank of Commerce
of Superior, Wisconsin, a Banking
corporation, Lewis B. Hughes.
James W. Hughes, Olive W. Hughee,
John Wickham. William Wicknam,
Catherine, Wickham, James Wick­
ham, Bridget Stark Robert Stark,
Clara Stark, Nellie Stark. John
Timothy Stark, James Alphonzo
Stark, John Wickham, Executor of
the estate of John Holleran, de­
ceased, William F. Pope, Mary F.
Pope, Lucy Pope Tayloi. and Ben­
jaman Taylor Executor of the
estate of E. M. Pope, deceased, and
all other persons or parties un­
known, claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or interest in the real
estate described in tbe complaint.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF REFEREE SALE.
Whereas, Judgment was duly rendered,
entered and docketed In the above entitled
action oo the 6th day of January, A. D. 1916,
for partition and sale of the lands and
premises hereinafter mentioned.
And Wherhas. said judgment duly appoin­
ted L. H. Lien, of Grand Marais, Cook County.
Minnesota, Referee for the purpose of mak­
ing sale of the lands and premises described
in said judgment, to-wit:
The West half of tbe Northeast quarter.
Southeast quarter of the Northwest' quarter
and Lot Two in Section Thirty. Township
Sixty-five North, of Range Five West of the
4th P. M.
Lots Seven and Eight and the East half of
the Southwest quarter (Fractional South­
west quarter) of Section Eighteen, Town­
ship Sixty-tour North, of Range Three West
of the 4th P. M.
The Northeast quarter of the Northeast
quarter of Section Fifteen, and North
half of of the Northwest quarter and
Southeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter of Section Fourteen, Township
Sixty-four North, of Range Five West of the
4th P: M.
The North half of the Northwest quarter,
•Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter
Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter
of Section Twenty-eight, Township Sixty-five
North, of Range Five West of the 4th F. M.
Lots Seven and Eight in Section Six LotB
One, Two and Three in Section Seven, and
Northwest quarter of the Northwest quarter
of Section Eight, Township Sixty-four North,
of Rauge Four West of tbe 4th P. M.
Lots Three and Foui and the South half
of tbe Northwest quarter of Section Three.
Towuship Sixty-four North, of Range Five
West of the 4th P. M.
South half of the Northeast quarter. South'
east quarter of the Northwest quarter and
Lot Four and the Northeast quarter of the
Southeast quarter, and Southeast quarter of
the Northeast quarter of Section Thirty-five,
Township Sixty-five North, of Range Five
West of tne 4th P. M.
East half of the Northwest quarter and
East half of the Southwest quarter of Section
Fourteen, Township Sixty-four North, of
Range Four West of the 4th P, M.
Tbe Southwest quarter of the Northwest
quarter and Lots One. Five and Eight in
Section Nine, Township Sixty-four North,
of Range It'lve West of the 4th P. M.
And Whereas, said judgment, by the terms
thereof, provides that said lands and premi­
ses shall be sold in separate parcels as
follows, to-wlt:
PABCEL 1. The West half of the Northeast
quarter. Southeast quarter of tbe Northwest
quarter and lot Two in Section Thirty. Town­
ship Sixty-five North, of Range Five West of
the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 2. Lots Seven and Eight and the
East half of the Southwest quarter (Fractional
Southwest quarter) of Section Eighteen,
Township Sixty-four North, of Range Three
West of the 4tb P. M.
PARCEL 3. The Northeast quarter of tbe
Northeast quarter of Section Fifteen, and
North half ol tbe Northwest quarter and
Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter
of Section Fourteen, Township Sixty-four
North, of Range Five West of the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 4. The North half of the North­
west quarter, Southwest quarter of the North
west quarter and Northwest quarter of the
Southwest quarter of Section^ Twenty-eight,
Township Sixty-five North, of Range Five
West of tne 4th P. M.
PABOEL 5. Lots Seven and Eight in Section
Six Lots One, Two and Three in Section
Seven, and Northwest quarter of ot the North­
west quarter of Section Eight, Township
Sixty-four North, of Kange Four West of the
4th P. M.
PARCEL 6. Lots Three and Four and the
South half of the Northwest quarter of Sec­
tion Three, Township Sixty-four North, of
Rauge Five West of the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 7. South halt of the Northeast
quarter, Southeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter and Northeast quarter of the South­
east quarter of Section Twenty-eight, Town­
ship Sixty-five North, ot Range Five West of
the 4th P. M.
PABOEL 8. Lot Four and the Northeast
quarter of the Southeast quarter and South­
east quarter of the Northeast quarter of
Section Thirth-five, Township Sixty-five
North of Range Five West oi the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 9. East half of the Northwest
quarter and EaBt half of the Southwest quar­
ter of Section Fourteen, TownBhip Sixty
four North, of Range Four West of the 4th P.
M.
PARCEL 10. The Southwest quarter of the
Northwest quarter and Lots One, Five and
Eight In Section Nine, Township Sixty-four
North, of Range Five West of the 4th P. M.
at public auction, to tbe highest bidder for
casn, and that due notice of sale be given.
Now There fore, Notice is hereby given, that
nnder and by virtue of said judgment of
partition and sale dated January 6th, A. D.
1916, duly rendered, entered and docketed on
said day in the office ot the Clerk of the
District Court for said Cook C6unty. Minne­
sota. I will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for oash, at the office of the
Sheriff I the Court House, at the Village of
Grand Marais, Cook County, Minnesota, on
the 4th day of Maroh, A. D. 1916, at ten o'clock
In the forenoon of said day, the Interests of
each and every of the defendants herein^ and
the whole of the following described-real
estate, situate, ljlng and being in the Oouutv
of Cook and State of Minnesota, to-wlt:
PABCBL I. The West half of the Northeast
quarter, Southeast gnarter ot the Northwest
quarter and Lot Two in Section Thirty,
Township Sixty.five North, of Range Five
West of the 4th P, M.
PARCEL S. Lots Seven and Eight and the
East half of tbe Southwest quarter (Frac­
tional Southwest quarter) of Section Eighteen
Township Sixty- four North, of Range Three
West of the 4th P. M.
PARCIL 8. The Northeast quarter of tbe
Northeast quarter of Seotlon Fifteen, and
Nortb half qf the Northwest quarter and
Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter
J- —«p?A^t«A tyft*1 «k ,ft,« fc--
of Section Fourteen, Township Sixty-fou
North, of Range ive West of the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 4. The North half ..of-, the North­
west quarter. Southwest quarter of the North­
west quarter and Northwest quarter of the
Southwest quarter of Seotlon Twenty-eight,
Township Sixty -five North, of Range jflve
West of the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 5. Lots Seven and Eight in Sec­
tion Six Lots One Two and Three in Section
Seven, and Northwest quarter of the North­
west quarter of Section Eight, Township
Sixty-four North, of Range Four West of the
4th P. M.
PARCEL 6. Lots Three and Four and the
South hall of the Northwest puarter of Sec­
tion Three, Township Sixty-four North, of
Range Five West of the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 7. South half of the Northeast
quarter. Southeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter and Northeast quarter of the South­
east quarter of Section' Twenty-eight. Town­
ship Sixty-five North, of Range Five West of
the 4th P.
PARCEL 8. Lot Four and the Nortbeaet
quarter of the Southeast quarter and South­
east quarter of tbe Northeast quarter of
Section Thirty, five. Township Sixty-five
North, of Range Five West of the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 9. East half of the Northwest
quarter and East half of the Southwest
quarter of Section 14. Township Sixty-four
North, of Range Four West of the 4th P. M.
PARCEL 10. The Southeast quarter of the
Northwest quarter and Lots One, Five and
Eight in Section Nlae. Township Sixty-four
North, of Range Five West of the 4th P. M.
All of said lands and premises hereinbefore
described to be offered for sale and sold
separately as hereinbefore indicated, pursu­
ant to the said judgment of partition and
sale before men tloned.
Said sale will be made subject to confirma­
tion by th said Conrt.
Dated January tt, 1016.
L. H. LIEN,
Referee duly appointed by said
Judgment to make sale of said lands,
ARNOLD & ARNOLD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Torretts No. 127.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Cook. In District Court, Eleventh
Judicial District.
In the matter of the application of
The Marais Investment Company a
Minnesota corporation, to register
the title to the following de­
scribed real estate, situate in
Cook County, Minnesota, name­
ly:—
Lots Five and Six in Section Thirty
three, Township Sixty-five North, of
Range Five West of the 4th P. M.
Applicants.
•8.
Peter O. Sundvall, State of Minnesota,
County of Cook, and Thelma Titus,
Emma Gilbert Titus and Guy Titus,
heirs of L. U. C. Titus deceased, and
all other persons or parties unknown,
claiming any right, title, estate,
lieieor Interest in the real estate de­
scribed
in
the application herein,
Defendants.
The State of Minnesota to the Above
Named Defendants:
You are hereby summoned and- re­
quired to answer the application of the
applicant in the above entitled pro­
ceedings, and to file your answer to
the said application in the office of
the Clerk of said Court in said County,
within twenty days after the service
of this summons upon you, exclusive
of the day of such service, and, if you
fail to answer the said application
within the time aforesaid, the applicant
in this proceeding will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded therein.
Witness Geo. Leng, Clerk of the District
Court, and the seal thereof, at Grand
Marais. Cook Couuyr. Minnesota, this
dav of January, A. D. 1916. 1-13
GEO. LENG,
Clerk of the District Court.
ARNOLD & ARNOLD.
Attorneys for Applicant.
(Seal of District Court.)
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Cook. In District Court, Eleventh
Judicial District.-
The Marais Investment Company, a
corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
Charlotte E. Thompson, Wilson G.
Crosby, Alice S. McKinley, John
M. McClintock, Euseba Berthiau
me, Euseba Berthlanne, Clemence
Berthianue. Cedar Supply Com­
pany. Christian Schaf, Lizzie
Coleman, Louise J. Ragnarson,
formerly Louise T. Hall, Andrew
J.Gustad, Randji Olson, Charles
Stendahl, Andrew Everson, alias
Andrew J. Gustad, Olof Stenson,
Anton Ringsred, Andrew Grande,
Anna Everson. Richard R. Pauli
son, John A. McFarland, Herman
F. Ebert, Elva Berdon, Abram
Van Vrauken. Samuel B. Swank.
Adolph S. Carlson, Helen Z. Pauli
son, Mary A. Ryan. Michael Ryan,
Carl G. Stubstad, Henry I. Wom­
bacher, John Del Plain, John Des
plain, Fred N. LaSalle, Herbert H.
Hoy t. Martha Segog, sole heir and
devisee of the estate of Byron G.
Segog, deceased, C. 8. Wilson, E.
H, Hall, Percy S. Douglas. H. D.
Jones, E. W. Wakelin, Juanita
Murphy, Margaret Wakelin, and
all other persons or parties un­
known, claiming any right, title,
estate, Hen or interest in the real
estate described in the complaint
herein,
Defendants.
SUMMONS.
The State' of Minnesota to the Above
Named Defendants:
You are hereby summoned and re­
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action,
which is filed in tne office of the Clerk
of the District Court of the County of
Cook and State of Minnesota, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers at
their offices in the Lyceum Building:,
Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota,
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you, exclusive of
the day of such service, and, if you fail
to answer the said complaint within the
tiuie aforesaid, the plaintiff in this actiou
will apply to the Court for the relief deman­
ded, therein.
Dated this 18th dav of December, 1915.
ARNOLD & ARNOLD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
007 Lyceum Bldg.,
NOTICB OF
NOTICE IB HEREBY
actiotftmMpen commi
Court fqpOook County,
above famed plaintiff
named
Duluth, Minn.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Cook. In District Court, Eleventh
Judicial District.
Tbe Marais Investment Company, a
corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
Charlotte E. Thompson, Wilson G.
Crosby, Alice S. McKinley. John
McClintock, Euseba Berthiaume,
Euseba Berthlanne, Clemence Ber­
thlanne, Cedar Supply Company, a
corporation, Christian 8chaf, Liz­
zie Coleman, Louise J. Ragnarson,
formerly Louise J. Hall, Louise T.
Hall. Andrew J. Gustad, Ranjdi
Olson. Charles Stendahl. Andrew
Everson alias Andrew J. Gustad,
Olof Stenson, Anton Rlngsred.
Andrew Grande, Anna Everson,
Richard R. Paullson, John A. Mc­
Farland, Herman F. Eberts, Elva
Berdon, Abram Van Vrauken,
Samuel Swank, Adolph S. Carl­
son, Helen Z. Panlison, Mary A.
Ryan, Michael Rnn, Carl G. Stub­
stad, Henry I. Wombacher, John
Del Plain. John Desplaln, C. S.
Wilson, Fred N. LaSalle, Herbert
Hoyt, Martha Segog, Sole heir
and devisee of the estate of Byron
G. Segog, deceased, E. H. Hall,.
Percy 8. Douglas, H. D. Jones. E..
W. Wakelin, juanita Murphy, Mar.
garet Wakelin, and all other per­
sons or parties unknown, claiming
any rlgbt, title, estate, lien or In­
terest in the real estate desoribed
In the complaint,
Defendants.
deftMiants, the ol
Dist
by tb&M^
aboveW
leb is to p|
ifcfcdants to
Mvr descri
said Court
,d deren
on said
portion
jntiff to
valid,
every
barred
try the advene claims of
the lands amk premises
bedjp«nd.to obtain a
adjtfdgtngand de
termini
daw»naive no interest in
lands and premises, or
thereof, ana that the title
said lands and premises
and that tbe defendants.
of them, be forever enjoiHei
from Claiming any right, title or interest in
or
to said lands and premises, or any part or
portion thereof.
The complaint of the plaintiff in tbe above
entitled action is now on file in the office of
the Clerk of the District Court in and for
said Cook County, Minnesota.
The property described in tbe complain
and herein' referred to is situate in the
County of Cook and State of Minnesota, and
described as follows, to-wit:—
All of Lot One in Section Three, TownBhip
Sixty-three North, of Range Six East of- the
4th M.
All of Lots One, Two and Three in Section
Two, TownBhip Sixty-four North, of Range
Two East of the 4th P. M.
All of Lot Four in Section Three, Town­
ship Sixty-four Nortb, of Range Three East
of the 4th P. M.
All of the Southeast quarter of the North­
west quarter of Section Six, Township Six­
ty-four North, of Range Three West of the 4th
P.M.
All of the North half of the Northwest quar
terol Section Fifteen. Township Sixty-four
North, of Range Three West of the 4th P. M.
All of Lot One in Section Twenty-four,
Township Sixty-four North, of Range Three
West of the 4th P. M.
An Undivided 1/12 interest in and to Lot
Twelve in Section Thirty-three, Township
Sixty-five North, of inge Two West of the
4th P. M.
All of Lot Ten in Section Two. Lot Six in
Section Eleven, and Lot Two in Section
Thirty-two, Township Sixty-five North, of
Range Four West of the 4th P. M.
An undivided 1/12 interest in and to the
Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter
and Southeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter of Section Twenty-six, Township
Sixty-five North, of Range Four West of the
4th P. M.
An Undivided 1/12 interest in and to Lots
One. Five, Six and Seven in Section Thirty
three. Township Sixty-five North, of Range
Four West of tne 4th P. M.
An Undivided 1/12 interest in aid to Lot
Two in Section Thirty-four, Township Sixty
five North, of Rauge Four West of the 4th P.
M.
An undivided 13/48 interest in and to Lot
Three In Section Twenty-five, Township Six
^f*^Vo North, of Range Five West of the 4th
An undivided Vt interest in and to the
Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of
Section Thirty-five, Township Sixty-five
North, of Rai'ge Five West of the 4th P. M.
Dated December 18th, 1915.
ARNOLD & ARNOLD,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
607 Lyceum Building,
Washington, Jan. 9.—Negotiations
between the United States and Ger­
many over the Lusitania incident vir­
tually have reached a conclusion.
This became apparent following the
receipt of two communications from
Germany through Count von Bern
storff, the German ambassador, one
offering to pay an indemnity for loss
of American lives in the Lusitania
disaster and the other conveying as­
surances regarding the conduct of
submarine warfare.
The latest turn in the negotiations
caused gratification in official circles
and relieved to a great extent tension
over the entire submarine question.
Austria already has given assurances
regarding submarine operations and
it is expected that Turkey and Bul­
garia will give similar guarantees.
Indications are that German pro­
posals in the Lusitania affair will be
accepted by the United States. Prac­
tically the only thing remaining to
bring the controversy to an end is the
wording of the agreement.
BRITISH SUBMARINE SUNK
Crew Rescued by Dutch Cruiser and
Taken to Holland.
London, Jan. 8.—The sinking of a
British submarine off the coast of
Holland is officially announced. The
crew was saved.
The admiralty statement says the
submarine, the name of which was
not given, was sunk off the Island of
Texel, the largest and most south­
westerly of the Frisian group.
The entire crew, numbering thirty
three, was rescued by the Dutch cruis­
er Noord Brabant and taken into the
Dutch port of Helder.
KAISER'S ILLNESS SLIGHT
Alarming Reports Come From Points
Outside of Germany.
London, Jan. 7.—All direct advices
from Berlin have characterized the
illness of the German emperor as
slight and the only reports intimating
that his condition is any way serious
have come from Paris, Rome, Copen­
hagen and similar places.
None of these have given definite
sources of information and in most
eases, as a matter of fact, the state­
ments have been frankly given as
mere rumors.
UNITED FOR PEACE OR WAR
Declaration of President of Pan-Amer­
ican Congress.
Washington, Jan. 10.—The second
Pan-American Scientific congress
closed with a declaration by its presi­
dent, Ambassador Suarez of Chile,
that the nations of the Americas are
"united in the noble desire of seek­
ing political unity of the continent
so that the nation** which compose it
may thus lend one another mutual
support and afford themselves better
protection against foreign danger."
"We have reached the end of our
journey," Ambassador Suarez said.
"Greater solidarity has been secured
for the progress of the New World."
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