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A 'V. i'y: %:L. %":'M" ARE YOU THIRTY? PAYS WELL. w| J-1 I', 4 "r Wa! .18 nt* *V HMW«. UMM*. A\£& 6tOPPS OLE FUVWER. HJ& WcSSA ^TAUJEO OVKTWEREFER WM.F Ml WOUR W AU£C?S tAfcOOERTHM^ AU. GROUT! "1W OLE CEIAEWTT KMXER QUffS LIKE AOAVKr ABOUtf TOUR TIMES A VHEEIO. IT'S A VJOWOER WE OOWT THROW TWKT OLE OOWU. PILE AMJKN \TS ALL IHV Afe You Thirty IF A MAN AT THIRTY YEARS, WILL START A SAVINGS AC COUNT NOW, DEPOSIT.$10 A WEEK REGULARLY ANp COM POUND THE INTEREST EARNED, AT FIFTY HE WlLt HAVE MORE THAN SIXTEEN THOUSAND pOLLARS TO HIS CREDIT. yv v*. .:»*, •""*. /-. FROM ANOTHER ANGLE* THE INTEREST EARNINGS WHEN HE IS FIFTY ARE $2 22 A WEEK MORE THAN HIS WEEKLY DE POSITS. IN OTHER WORDS, HE CAN THEN WITHDRAW AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO MORE THAN HIS WEEKYL DEPOSITS AND STILL HAVE ON DEPOSIT THE FULL AMOUNT OF HIS SAV INGS. LOUIS ENGELSON, President AS. G. SCOTT, Vice President A. M. ANDERSON, Cashier Department of the Interior. U- S. Lancl Office at Duluth, Minnesota. April 11, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Isaac Fonder, of Grand Marais, Minnesota, who, on March 3, 191S, made Homestead Application, No. 012929, for E% of NE%. Section 22, Township 64 JN., Jt&nv* 4 West, 4th P. Meridian, has lllod no tic* of intention to make final •ommutatlon Proof, to establish claim to th« land abov« described, betfpre George Leng Clerk of tlj£, District Court, at Grand Marais, Minnesota, on. the 23rd.-day of May, 1921. Claimant' names as witnesses: Dav« Carriboo. Swamper CarribM, JToe Kadunce, Wm Drouillard. aU »of Or«nd Marais,- Minnesota. 1 «06BPK WXNCZKWSKI, C' SfllTH'S Restaurant and Confectionery FRUIT, CIGARS AND TOBACCO Ice Cream, Candy and Soft Drinks Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful at tention shipped by parcels post anywhere. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—The very latest music Phonograph Needles of All Kinds for Sale Charles Boostrom, Proprietor of The Motor Inn GRAND MARAIS, MINN. NOW is the time for you to get your car overhauled ALL WORK GUARANTEED OPEN DAY AND NIGHT NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION mam, irnmam-mW$toMM$8mj*ttB rRxi?' Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Duluth, Minnesota, May 2, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Georsre Drake, of Grand Marais, Minnesota, who, on June 9, 1917, made. Homestead Application, No. 012642, for NW% of SW,%, Section 21, ^Township 62,. N., Range 2 East 4th Pincipal Meridian, hiCs filed notice of Intention to m^Ke three year final proof, to establish claim to the land above described* be fore Getwge !©ng, Clerk of the. District Gourt, at Grand Marais. Minnesota, •von the Hth -day of June, 1921, J: rf Claimant1, names as witnesses: 'fi Vi JI. IS MnrHfl if AU A.f ^orJiw'all, 'L. B. Morris. Joseph •Zerbacihv Wi Si Qlark. all of Grand Mar ais, Minnesota. ,lfMT 5^1219 ~7 THKt OVJE -TIM ?AWVWS WaiE0 WkEx tN TVV ARIA PER. -ft* WAST T«»A61 COOK ME UP AM AO ^'CTV'Sv.yi,''*. START NOW TO SAVE. STEADY SAVING Grand Marais State Bank GRAND MARAIS, MINN JOSEPH WWCZE^lg^ 1 J.-7 F— ^.«. T« Ijat t. _W 00,OK JAUNTY NEWt-H**AU,aitAND MARAIS, MINNESOTA NEWS-ETTES of QRAND MARAIS AND VICINITY C. J. Johnson lias, built a driveway around his residence in the wesjb end. Elmer Harolson of Hovlland was here Saturday on business. Jacob Soderlund, of Poplar Hill, was a caller in town today. Alex Englund, of Poplar Hill, was caller in the village Wednesday- S. C. Murphy left for Duluth Mon day for a brief business trip. Mr. and Mrsw James Piper, of Fort William, spent Sunday here, visiting friends. Martin Jacobson and Bernt Jacob son, of Hovland, were callers in the village Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Theo- Olson, of Big Bay, motored to Grand Maraift Mon day. John and. Fritz Johnson, of Rock Harbor, Isle Royale, were in |town Friday, having arrived. Thursday eve ning with the gasoline boat Stanley. Carl Ellingson, Arthur Ongstad, and Bror Nastrum, of Hovland, ac companied Henry Westerlund on an auto trip to Grand Marais Tuesday. Smith's Resftaurant and Confection ery is now, serving lunches again. Regular meals will be served again beginning with next Sunday. John Rafferty, a Reservation home steader, returned on the America Wednesday from a month's visit with nils relatives in Ohio. He expects to leave on the stage tomorrow for his home. Johin Nelson, Jr., motored to Rice Lake, Wis., Sunday. He was accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hall and daughter. The men will return this week.. Mrsi Hall and d&ugihiter will! visit friends here for a while. David Carriboo and Peter Stevens came in from their trapping quarters on the 4th. They brought 84 beaver skins besides weasel, mink and musk rat skins. The beaver pelts brought $8 to $20 each. Charle Boostrom got more beaver skins than any other single trapper was reported to have caught. II worked alone and caught over 80 beaver. He returned home the first part of last week. Iver Anderson and Swan Lifad quist, who returned home the first of last week from their trapping quarters east of Greenwood Lake, re port having caught, among other furs, about 40 beaver. Wm- Drouillard, who was camped near the Paulson mine trapping, ar rived in town Saturday. It was a long tramp with his skins and he leisurely took up all his traps before he left andi put them away, whsfh made hdm a little late. Trappers are supposed to get here within five days after the beaver season closes. Adolf Carlson, of Hovland', wais a Grand Marais visitor Monday. He came in to this office to renew his. subscription^ having been a subscrib er since As. DeLacy Wood started the Cook County Pioneer about 28 years ago. John P. Carlson, deputy state oil inspector, and Sheriff Emil Nelson, of T*.lm County, with their wives, drove to Grand Maraisi yesterday* In the afternoon they drove to Min eral Center, returning to Grand Marais to spend the evening and night. They returned to Two Har-' bors today. The News-Herald ac knowledges a call from, them. The Gasoline Boat Stanley made a special trip from Isle Royaje Fwday* bringing to Grand1 Marais Mrs. H. P Johnson, of Chippewa Harbor, Jsle RoyaAev who was suffering from blood poisoning in the arm. Slue was [taken to the Grand Marais hospital and was, placed under t^na care of Dr. F* B. Hick?. John E. Johnson^ who is cap tain. of the Stanley, fefawfapTtMa UfcE UDN, has moved back t^ the island for the summer, after .pending the winter in Twof Harlwre. Mr^Johnson owns a home in Errand Marais, but as ke doe® a wholesalfe fish business in the wiiKtfer, found it necessary to move to the bigger town on account of better shipping facili tirtriiL mh top&fcCBUNVC ROAOS^R, GOOD Ktass, ?ewpefec eouorooki, wpws tS kKWE&yO C*R Itt IDWI^fcEAL WH FOB. $500."^ SATURDAY William Russell in "Bare Knuck les*" Also a Mutt and Jeffff cartoon and Fox News- NEXT WEEK Next Week, Tuesday—Wanda Haw ley in "Her Beloved Villain." Thursday—Harry Morey in "The Darkest Hour," also William Duncan in "Fighting Fate." Saturday—Bebe Daniels in "Oh La dy Lady." J. C. Murphy is confined to his home with a bad cold. Chas. A. Worthing, of Lutsen, made a trip to Duluth laslt week. Truman and Errol Worthing, -of Lutsen, were in town Wednesday of last week. John Johnson of Colvill arrived in town Monday with a new Dort which he purchased in Duluth, Mr. and Mrs. John Running have moved to Isle Royale'for th£ sum mer to fish. $ Dominick Peterson and his son Henry returned home from the north woods last week with 60! beaver skins. H. L. Bailey, of Parkers Pi*airie, Minn., the former owner of the lo cal electric light plant, has been in Grand Marais several days helping with the installation of the larger engine and dynamo^ O. S. Remington, inspector in charge of the immigration office in Duluth, was in Grand Marais today. He and local inspector Gee and dep uty inspector, A. V* Johnson, are on a trip east to the Pigeon River in Mr. Johnson's Chevrolet Sedan. Hans Gilberitson, of Maple Hill, is rather modest and he i^ afraid the News-Herald scribe exagerated some in publishing the story about his milk cows. He is only milking eight now. Mr- Gilbertson was in town Saturday to attend the cream ship pers' meeting and dropped around to tell us of our slight error. We were pleased to see John Pehr son looking so well and being in such good spirits when he called to see us Tuesday. He has been away, and returned home on the boat Sunday night- He went to his homestead and returned Tuesday. He has now gone to Duluth where he will! be employed at his trade of (tailoring. Mr. Pehrson admitted that he was feeling more cheerful than he had felt for a long time, We did not learn the reason. NEW WINTER WHEATS FOR MINNESOTA USE Although the yield per acre of wheat in Minnesota is as good as it formerly was, the wheat acreage of the state has decreased. In order to keep our position as a wheat stafte it is nccessary therefore to increase acre yields. There aire two main methods by which the station plant breeders are attacking the problem. The first, breeding for rust resistant spring wheats, isi well under way, but is not yet solved.. The second meth od of increasing yields isi through a larger planting of winder wheat, un der conditions where winter wheat may be grown- The chief difficulty of growing winter wheat has been the lack of hardy varieties. Although more than 200 new in troductions, many of them from Rus sia* have been tried at the experi ment station, no variety has. been found which contains all the charac teristics needed for Minnesota con editions. FOR SALE—My house in the v©st ero end of the village. Will sell for $2,100, or completely furnished for $2,500, or with electric lights installed, with fixtures, for $2,600* GfrU-Ott, CUSS\fcSf sue John E. J6hnson* Tourist'si Ho|tel^ Isle Royale, care of U. S.. & D. Trans.- Co.•DULUTH.' FOR SALE—Team, six6 years' old weight 3,200, raised at Beaver Bay Inquire of. Louis Huttenhpw, Beaver «Bay, on state road No. 1 5-12-5w 1—1— Y~7— FOR SALE—4 foxe cubs, two .crosis and two rent Chas. M. Anderson^, West ^MapIe Hill Yotfll Never #.Yt Last season for us on mmm 8 Swjpb NOV) WEEDViY fcOtt TW^, A0\ GUESS ,WU OUST KEEP *tVAE OUt (^^^AFVGRMX. 'Dealing in Doors, Windows, Mouldings, Window Frames, Door Frames, Picture Frames, Finishing Lumber, Roofing P& per,Wall Board, Screen Doors Windows GEO. McCOY GRAND MARAIS, MINN. MORRIS OLSON, Proprietor AUTHORIZED FORD SALES AND SERVICE FORD PARTS The 1...-t equipped SERVICE STATION and largest stock of auto motive equipment in Cook County. The Ford has proved itself to be the best car for every purpose and we guarantee satisfaction. If you want a good car see us. was a trial year tires. The Proved the best we handled jj and so this season we are rec-.f ommending their use. Ideal Opportunity i* $ As a widower I have abandoned my farm and will sell at a sacrifice 39 acres cleared 11 acresi under cultiva-, tion balance timber—160 acres in all. Thousands of Sijt cords of birch and soft wood, some burned and* iome green. Four miles from Grand Marais. Automobile road on three sides of it good spring water near house. *_ Also a creelf running year around with Speckled [tr^ut 1%-story houses 7 rooms granary^ hay) barn\ for- ''-'11 tons of hay, and other snlall barn hou^e has'^ good f,' 71!«' shingle roof, log with siding!, made in modern' style. ^,4^ Will sell at a sacrifice at $1,600.J^pEisy, terms' to stdt. For further particulars, address, News-Herald, August Joiinson CORONER ::i4 pi «!«. ^il gar Grtm^ ftKSMPoe USINP GENUINE or-tl'W*,'?.'1'