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The Cook County news-herald. [volume] (Grand Marais, Cook County, Minn.) 1909-current, August 20, 1919, Image 1

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L««al Rtadiri.
John A. l^ag« and sister Susan
autoed to Virginia Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jens Flaaten spent
part of last .week in Grand Marais.
Mr. Carl Dahl of Duluth iis visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nunstedt this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. McGuire, of
Spokane, Wash., were in the village
last Sunday.
George Stevenson arrived on the
America Sunday evening" for a visit
with his cousin Hubert Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mathews of
Kansas City, Missouri, were Grand
Marais visitors this week
Julius and Arthur Eliasen of Phila­
delphia were in Grand Marais on'Sun
The Royal Neighbors will give a
dance on Labor Day, September 1st,
at the Happy Hour HalL
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schultz and
Elmer A. Swenson of Two Harbors
were Grand Marais guests on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Erriitl C. F. Eliasen,
who have been in Seattle, Washing­
ton since last fall, returned to Hov
land Mpnday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Brown and
daughter Pricilla of Minneapolis are
visiting at the home of Mr. and1 Mrs.
J. J. Hussey.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Qualhiem and
daughter Edith returned1 Sunday
evening after spending the summer
in North Dakota.
Mr. P. Coventry and daughter
Edith and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Henry
of Duluth spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Leng.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hanford and
daughter and Mrs. H. H. Hanford of
Duluth autoed to Grand Marais Sun­
Judge A. Holt of the State Su­
preme Court, Mrs. Holt and Agnes
and John Holt were Grand' Marais
»—'fjfl a T.'^
A lecture on the life of Theodore
Roosevelt will be given in the Con­
gregational church Thursday evening,
August 21, by Rev. W. H. Ripon.
Special music. Everybody invited.
Miss Agnes Wahlstrom, who has
been attending the Duluth Nromal
summer school, arrived on the Amer^
ica Sunday to spend the remainder
of the vacation with her parents.
Rev. W. EL Griffin, district super­
intendent of the Congregational
church for Southern Minnesota, will
preach iin Grand Marais next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock and evening
at 8 o'clock. Friday evening at 3
o'clock he will preach in the school
house at Rosebush. Saturday night
at Chicago Bay and Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock in the church on Maple
II jw are iMnphj
ymralXfcfcr *»7 setting
•r dilmtlea—thed or are
Htflwn Myamtar yom
•MMuaiy lwiHi|tlctof bmttcr-fat to yovr
mItm ui pl|i that it worth from 25 to
ceate a ymi
•nmi Iks pwiid mi
ness of his brother, Chester
In maf fhlak this is to* Mall a lots
tofnmt to atmch, bat wheat yoa fitaura that it happeaa twico a day,
Ml days a year, yea will find that a Da Laval Separator waald save ite
•IN* a^egy di ncatlu over amy kiad of "^rarity aad every
7*ar»wamy inferior er worn out separator.
Get a clean skimming
of Minneapolis, and expects to go
from there to his home in Austin
and evening last Sunday in the Con­
gregational church. Rev. W. H.
Ripon, former pastor, preached in
the morning on "Science and Rel/g-
^Mrs. Henry Scott, the Masses Elba- .THE CHRISTAIN PUBLICITY#!
beith and! Charlotte Scottr Mrs., tEr- [icT LEAGUE MAKES lR0T«f
nest Scott and Mr. Emil Schemberg 1
of Ashland, Wis., autoed to Grand
Marais last Sunday .,}
Mr. L. V* Ashbough, owner of ,the
Min a a S a a N 4
Mrs. Ashbough and' daughto Mary
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Gregg and two
become necessary to advance the date'
of the Farm Bureau picnic to be held
at the Westerlund Farm from Satur­
day, the 23rd, to Friday, the 22nd..
Notice of the change of date has
been sent
to as many as can b«t!
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carhart and
daughters of Cresbard, South Dakota,
and Miss Clara Winnes of Duluth
drove to Grand Marais Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs, Carhart left Grand Marais
five, years ago and this is their first
prip back to the village since that
Mr. Carhart is an old resident of
Grand Marais, having been register
of deeds and sheriff of this county
for many years. They have many
frtenclis here who are very glad to
see them again.
The 13fh and 14th Chapters of
"Lost Express" will be shown,at the
Royal Cirand Saturday evening, also
"Modern Husbands" and "Lured and
Cured". Special matinee Sunday
afternoon at three o'clock.
•M iff all tlw ateaey that la jm
for year preftat aeaaiator, if
fu, cam«^anaa|alsraaartial
aad balaace aa eaayyayai«ato
•elf |aa haw aach mmn crmm yea cn!
aa aet ap a anchiaeferyeaaadkava yaa try it
Jart'aheaeerdiep ae a postal aad wa
laaaf to year place.
SaysSimday WillSoon be Biggest
*v\ Day of the Star Fair.
(fey Geo. F. Fuller^
Louiee, stopped in Grand Marais I™****"gtt-dajr Ftar tta* jear.
Tuesday evening .*• route from *ast
Paul to Port Arthur, v. |we* «Wn» wlU be open
Texas. on a full program of Sabbath dtege*
I oration.
Services were held both morning,
brothers and a sister of Mrs. Gregg Sabbath profanation.
autoed from Dexter, Minn., to Grand It was because the proposed open
Marais, arriving here Sunday. Mr. fog of thev World's Fair at Chicago
Gregg has resigned his position as
principal of the Maple Hill school' entering wedge to a nations-wide
and has accepted a position as teach-1 desecration of the Sabbath that such
er in Dexter. a vigorous fight—a successful fight*
by the way—was made against it.
Owing to the fact that Mr. Mc­
Guire has to be present at a meeting gpfrit of our Sunday law,, what reason
at Kettle River on the '24th, it has
maMeeme«t1S 6d-
'on Sunday, August 31, and also tin
A party of about thirty young that day there will be airplane flyfkigi
people enjoyed a marshmaUow and An admisstion fee will be charged on
weener roast on the rocks Monday Sunday as on other days.*
evening. It wa$ a most beautiful We promptly advised nearly 2^000
night and the wonderful display of pastors of the proposed program and
northern lights made the.evening.one many churches, have forwarded 'pros
long to be remembered. [tests to the Fair Board: some also
Rev. Edward D. Durfee, who has jhkve addressed Gov. Burnquist ^and
been visiting his brother, Judge Geo. .Attorney General L. Hilton v..
H. Durfee of this village, left Hast I Heretofore no exhibits have been,
week on account of the serious^ ill- °Pen
think the time has come to put
If the
management's Sunday pro
gram shall be carried out this year
without serious opposition, Sunday
will soon become the big day of 1 the
ion whlile Rev. A. K. Voss, the dlis-. followed, by Sunday opening at
trict superintendent, preached in the
many of
than this: it will soon
th6 county fairs of the
state, by extension of the Sunday
baseball evil and by other forms of
Sunday was believed to be' the
If our State Fair, a State institution
which receives hundreds of thousands
of, dollars from the public treasury,
shall be allowed to violate even: the
to expect thfe observant of
The Farm Bureau picnic held on
the Tofte Bros, farm on Tuesday
afternoon, was an enjoyable
Farm Bureau members of more than
thirty were present from the Tofte
A. J. McGuire, dairy specialist of the
state extension division spoke on
dairy cattle and what the dairy' cow
has accomplished^ for Northern Min­
nesota. Mr, Hall, an Iowa farmer
and one time professor in the Luth­
eran College at Decorah, Iowa, at
present a summer' visitor to Tofte,
gave a entertaining talk on coopera­
tion among farmers. County Agent
Clinch spoke on the purposes and
work of county farm bureau associ­
When refreshment time arrived the
Tofte ladies well maintained their
reputation, as hostesses and provided
a very satisfactory close to the after­
noon's proceedings.
China Wanta Shantung Question De­
cided There.
Washington, Aug. 14.—It is report­
ed from Peking that the diplomatic
mission of the Peking government has
decided to give Instructions to LU
Chung-Hsiang, the Chinese head dele­
gate at Paris to make the following
declaration at the peace conference
"The Shantung problem should jaot
be negotiated separately with Japan,
Chink or Germany it ought to be re­
ferred to a conference of the league
of nations, which alone should an­
nounce a final settlement.
"Before the decision of the league Of
nations is given, Japan shall not be
entitled to' enter uton any rights she
may have inherited from Germany by
virtue of the pciace treaty."
Final lllnesa Was Matter of But a
Few Days.
Lenox, Mass., Aug. 12.—In his "great
mansion overlooking a lake in the
beautiful Berkshire, where he sought
seclusion when bodily Infirmity loverf
took him and his mind was saddened
by the entrance of his country into
the. war, Andrew Curaegie, millionaire
philanthropist, died. Although he had
been iq. feeble health for more than
two years, his final illness was brtef—
a matter of days. A severe co^d de­
veloped quickly ipto bronchial pneu*.
monia, the .aged patient la^se^ into
unconsciousness aqd the end c%me as
though it was but the beginning of a
deeper sleep.
Eight Pickniekera Killed,
Parkersburg, W. Va., Aug. ,15.—
Eight persons were killed and more
than a score of others Were hurt when
a Street car of the Monongahelak V§1
ley Traction company orashed into a
Balti^tre and Ohio «witcb engine at
Pannanco, two miles north of there.
The car waa carrying a picnic pahy of
women «nd chUdriin from Rsno. Ohio.
Sunday and there have been
except band cop?
management now seems
Mankato—Mankato Lodge of Elks
•oted $300 .to the home service cam
paign fund of the Salvation Army
Wadena.—The blueberry crop aioiie
in Wadena. county this year is con­
servatively- estimated to-, he worth
over $100,000.
Detroit.—The skeleton of a man was
unearthed, fn a sandpit near Detroit,
bwned by Joseph Ames of Fargo. The'
Becker county coroner 'was notified.
Minneapolis.—Ira Montgomery, a re
turned soldier, of St. Paul, was elected
agricultural agent for .Hennepin, coun-'
ty by the executive committee of the
county farm bureau.
East Grand Forks.—Two ipen en­
tered the home of Jdhn Dokken, 219
International avenue, having previous­
ly called Mrs. Dokken from the house
on a fake errand, but took nothing.
Stillwater.—Dr. William A. Caine,
landed a .trout of the German brown
variety that weighed just exactly
seven pounds. The big trout was
caught at Sand Creek, a common, ordi­
nary fly being used.
Brainerd.—Reports are current here
that young ducks are being Shot out
of season at Rice Bed 33, near iron
ton. Sportsmen ar£ exasperated and
will leek the deputy game warden's
aid to put a stop to it.
Thief River Falls.-—Eleven-year-old
Allen Sorenson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Sorenson, suffered a compound
fracture of the left leg just below the
knee While attending the. fair, when
run over by an automobile.
Moorhead.—Thirty-four owners who
operated their cars without tail lights
were arrested. There were also four
arrests for drunkenness, and three for
disorderly conduct in the s&me time.
Jndge L. D. Evans imposed fines
amounting to $181.80.
Moorhead.—Walter Peterson, alleged.
I. W. W. organizer, who was carrying
a 32-caliber revolver, and George'
Grier, who was armed rith a 4&
caliber Colt, were held to the Clay
county grand jury by Judge L. D.­
St. Cloud.—St. Cloud's population
has grown to approximately 20,000
during the past few years, according
to an estimate made by the publisher.
of the biennial directory. This lis an
increase of about 25 per cent in the
last three yeass.
Ribbing —Edward Hlrschbach, jtrav
elihgiaselesiiiaii, jcackftled and JWil
liam Thomas, his companion, had his
leg broken in an aut^ accident south
of. town, when the car mfcde a sharp
turn, throwing both men out, Hlrsch­
bach sweeping albhg the ground for
about twenty feet, his_^calp being
torn off and skull fractured. He was
dead when picked up.
Bemidji.—The Bemidjl Townsite Jb
Improvement company, said to be de­
linquent on payment of taxes since
1912 on 650 lots, got out a restraining
order for the oity to show cause be­
fore Judge Stanton, why its 'property
should be sold for delinquent taxes
after being illegally assessed, as the
company claimed, in 1912, by the board
of equalization, which Raised the as­
sessment 10 per cent.
St. Paul.—The first lease of state
land at one cent an acre under the.
offer by State Auditor J. "A. O. Preue
to attract stockmen from drouth
stricken Western stsites to good pas­
tures on Northern Minnesota cut-over
land has been, made. George H. Cros­
by, of Crosby, paid $6-rental on a 600
acre tract of state land near that town
for a Western stockmah who will pas­
ture sheep there. The rental was
asked by the auditor to comply with
the law and was paid? by Mr. Crosby
that the Western stockman might use
the land without cost.
University Farm.—|l$ihhesbta owes
its presttjge as a corn state largely to
the advance made in "the selection of'
seed corn. ."Fifty years ago," say*
Andfew Boss, vice director of the Min­
nesota experiment station, "Only a lit­
tle corn was grown in Minnesota.
Flint corns and a few early dents.
Were brought from the New Egnland
states and gradually became adapted
to the Soil and Climate. Continued
selection of the earliest kinds of dent
-^hs developed varieties that are pretty
suite to 'j)|i)4n..
even in a short season.
Is this way the corn belt has- been
extended'firOm the southeastern corner
of the state to the northwestern
St. Cloud.—'This city paid tribiite to
one of its most illustrious Citizens,
when Rev. Leo Oans celebrated high
.mass of requiem at the cathedral for
the late Colin Francis Macdonaldl nes*
tor of Minnesota editors and for 'sixty
fthree y^ars a resident of the. -state,
who died in his 76th year. Business
wa8 suspended during the funerid.
jThe funeral procession was led by the
iMcKelvy post of the G. A. R., comrades
Of Mr. Macdonald. There: were escorts
ifrom the St. Cloud court of the Catho­
lic Order of Foresters, the Knights of
'.Columbus and the St Cloud Business
(glen's association.
1 Red Lake Falls.—A new Catholic
Church and priest's residence will
erected at Dorothy sUtion oa the!
Northern pacific, according to the
hoard of trustees, James Hance, Leon
Hhot, and Rev Fr. Lemay, who have
sked fpr bids for the construction of
•he buildings, the material to bt fur
if vl£.
Mlnneapolfi.—Re& d^si H&he Ser
rlctf has been organised to asaist Cam
ilieit^of soldiers and sailors wheh it
wapi'lMKiid there was need to combat
anxiety, to, safeguard health, to give
legal protection, to promote education,
Minneapolis.-*—In one month prohibit
tion trebled the cotsumptioh of soft
drinks in Minnesota, it was revealed
in the tax receipt figures collected ii
the state, made public by E. J. Lynch,,
.collector of' internal revenue for this
•district. The receipts on soft drinks
.last month were $181,867.26, compared
with $60,617.73 in June. The July re­
ceipts on soft drinks came near being'
as large as the receipts from the tax
of $3 a barrel on beer in July, 1918,
which netted $222 111 in Minnesota.
There was no tax jn soft drinks and
the so-called "near beer'.' a year ago
St. Paul.—Children's clinics are now
afforded by the Minnesota Public
arrangements with the Northwestern
Pediatric society by which that body
and the public health association will
have joint supervision of all children's
clinics in the state.
the Clerk's office by the school board
of Independent School District No." One,
County of Cook, State of Minnesota,
-tp^gite en­
couragement to disabled soldiers on
their return,, and to assist them and
rtlKnit families during it^e .pd*iod of
their retraining, for civilian life. The
continuation of Home Service and' the
extension of its responsibilities are in­
cluded in the peace-tiiqe^ program of
the Red Cross.
Health aMo!l«udii tt MMy oounty ta't!!® «nk wffl
Minnesota,- it was announced by Dr. H. brought in from the fhrms,
W. Hill, executive secretary. These ^°^tled by the associatim, and dte
clinics werei previously the Baby and livered to the stores, from whfch it
Infant Welfare clinics conducted by will reach the consumer by way of
the State Board of Health but discon- the regular grocery deKvery syitean
tinued due to the failure of the last
Sealed proposals will be received at
until two p. m. (2 p. m.) September 1st, ready for it now.
1919, for the. erection and completion of
a -school building' on Section 28, Town-'
Clerk, Dist. No. 'i,
County of Cook. Minnesota.
For further particulars inauire of: dental work phone for appoint
any member of the School Board. ment.
The' Board reserves, the right to re- '.
ject any and all proposals.. Mrs. Mayhew ^11 hav^ a. line of fall
B^r 0rd^"i^e,??^Ln
jS"0'y,-& •Vr
i, r%^r $
The Cooperative Warehouse Assoc
iation has bought the Fitger sitorage
building, located soiitfc of the Paine
Hotel. The, building is exceptionally
well. Mnistructed and finely adapted
fob requirements of the ai»iocia
tion's business. Its location is ad
vantageous and the site contains
ample space for the additional build­
ings which the increase of business
will make necessary.
The association's cream collections
are steadily increasing and several
additional farmers have begun ship­
ping, through the association* This
is encouraging evidence of the farm­
ers' determination to support their
organization. And support
present time while the business is
becoming established is the support
thait counts and that earns the re­
spect of aHl fellow-cooperators.
The association is planning t*
the need of an additional milk sup
ply for the village, and- has ordered
is believed
Koss says he is going to have a
big crew fishing this fail. Is getting
such ni^bdd
Frank Shaw is going to fish from
his old place on Pigeoft Point this
Bill Hirsch is doing fiine fishing in
Pigeon Bay. Bill has some boat
-Mr. Stone and Mr. Ganir have re­
turned to their old stand for the fall
ship 61 North, Range 1 West, County has come home to visit her folks,
of Cook, Minnesota. Bids must be ac- Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirsch*.
companied by a certified check for four,
Gunther of Milwaukeei, Wis.,
per cent (4 per cent) of the amount of Hirsch says he is not going
the bid, payable to the School Board of ^0 do mvu^/fishing this fall. Just
Independent School District NO. One, enough keep -hinv busy.
Cook Covinty. Minnesota, which check ,, ..
will! be
tract is executed, or when said sehool berries' the' last two weeks. They
board does not, accept the bid. The say they Have all they want now.
school board reserves the right to re-! nl'iL'il'' .. __
ject any or all bids. I-
Copies of plants and specifications of Marais after spending his vacation
this building be seen at the en- Ashing for. Jack Hirsch on Pigeon
gineer's office, Court House, Grand Point. Ralph went home with his
Mirais, Minn.
Notice is hereby given that sealed
proposals for the transportation of
.children over the east and west routes
in the Independent School District No. Dr. Robertson's dental office in
for Grand
summer stake which he well earned'.
We will see him ridihg a "bike" soon.
He is coming'hack next year as he
says he liked it.
per cent
FOR TRANSPORTATION OF CHIL- Victory Loan Bonds August 12th. If
DREN IN SCHOOL DISTRICT iyou have, not taken care of your pay
ment due on same kindly do so at
Twenty per cent was due on
Grand Marais State Bank.
the cabia is now open. Tt*se want-
•'[hats about the middle of August.
Clerk Watch the paper for their arrival.
between a dollar saved and a dollar- spe^ntr
is two dollars. Had you ever thought of
it in that way? :'*vr.
The dollar saved gives you a feeling of.
satisfaction while the- dollar spent gives,
you a feeling of r-egreW...
Your dollar deposited in this b^nk
will give you the most satisfactory- feeling,
for besides being saved it will be earning1'^
profit by the interest computed sertit
OE *i,oo AND UP, ,rwb.- '•«t
Cooik County State BankfJ
Capital and Surplus $38,5M.60. $

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