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Rate—6 cents per line per week. HOME-MADE Cakes, pies, cinnamon rolls* doughnuts, buns, ettc^at Murphy's store. iw—: r"', a: FOR SALE—Fonty acres of good land, Town of Rosebush, adjoining P. Backlund's farm. Rath Soder berg. SPECTACLES and GLASSES careful ly and scientifically prepared. Dr. F. B. Hicks. 3-15-tf TWIN PQRTS HORSE MARKET— Everything in the horse line right off the farm. Free from disease of city markets*. A square deal or money back. Part time. 26-28 E. First street, Duluth, Minn. 4-14 For Sale—120-acre farm in Cen tejjfrColvill easy terms. Isaac Isaac n. FOR SALE—Blacksmith stock and tools, also building, or will rent building. Sam Bally, Grand Marais, Minn. FOR SALE—My house in the west em 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- John E. Johnson, Tourist's Hoitel, Isle Royale, care of U. S. & D. Trans. Co. DULUTH. FOR SALE—Ciheap, at the lihthouse, fine dining table, 6 dining chairs, all oak two rocking chairs, 1 cen ter table, 1 new sewing machine, 1 organ, 1 wash stand, 1 plush bed couch, 1 child's bed, 1 small stand, loft of dishes. E. Luick. FOR the original Watkins Goods, the Watkins Retailer. Andrew Fred rickson,Two Harbors, Minn., Box 894 FOR SALE—Ford, 1917 model will sell cheap if taken at once. Chris. Nelson, Maple Hill, or Emil Hall, at North Shore Garage. L-6-16-4'v FOR SALE--18-foot cedar skiff, oort able Waterman engine, equipped with Bush magneto just the thing for inland lake. Write for further particulars. Emil Eliason, Hov land, Minn. 6-9-4w FOR SALE—80 acres on good road, Maple Hill good prospect for min eral—w% of ne%, section 7, 61-1 East. Chris Nelson. 6-23-tf FOR SALE—My farm of 26 acres, 6 acres cleared, 2 pastures, fenced living house, 4 rooms down stairs, 2 upstairs 1 barn, 16x30 fish house, dock and 40 chickens. All for $2,700. Will include furniture for $3,100. Address or call on Ed Johnson, Croftville, Grand Marais P. O. 6-9-4 DINING TABLE, Cupboard, Dresser, Stove, arm chair and easy chair, bureau, map, tools. Andrew John son, Grand Marais. s.V' G. F. Overland Touring, fully equipped, $695.00 We have just received a supply of Vacuum Sweepers and Electric Wash ing Machines. Come in and. llet usi demon»tra(te ihem. A supply of Electric Flat Irons will arrive in-a few ftaySi International Tire Service. FOUND—A Tomsonite pint Inquire at this' office, One Cook County owner of MODEL 4 soys: "I have run over 11,000 miles and have net speni five cents for repairs." Another satisfied owner of a MODEL 4 says: "On a trip of over 600 miles that I made last week I averaged better than 22 miles to the gallon of gasoline, and I drove through some bad and sandy roads at that." Still another Cook County man who is the proud owner of a MODEL 4 says that he has a hundred dollars for any one who can run to Duluth and back on less gasoline than he can. unless it be a MODEL 4. PRICES F. 0. B. FACTORY FRESH HI ILK—At' Murphy's s^otre, 10 cenits a quart. Notice for Bids Notice is hereby given, that sealed bids will be received by the under signed until July 6, 1921, at 7:30' P. M.. Tor the construction of a concrete sides walk in the Village of Grand Marais, Minn., to be constructed on the ea.st side of Madison street from the north side of Wisconsin street to a point 310. feet northerly from' .the north side oif said Wisconsin street, according1 to spe cification^ on file with the Village Clerk. The right is reserved to reject any and1 all bids. G. P. LUNDQUIST, Clerk. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Duluth, Minnesota, May 18, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Frank Johnson, whose post-office address is Knife River (Mile Post 80i). Minne sota, did, on the 16th day of August, 1920, file in this office Sworn State ment and Application, No. 013206, to purchase the NW% lfW%, Section 25. Township 61 N., Range 5 W. 4th Prin cipal Meridian, and the timber thereon, under the provisions of the act of June 3, 1878, and acts amendatory, known as the "Timber and Stone Law," at su6h value as might be fixed by appraise ment, and that, pursuant to such ap plication, the land and timber thereon nave been estimated and valued by the applicant, the timber estimated 1.0,,0i00 board feet at $6.00 per M, and the land at $40.00 that said applicant will offer final proof in support of his application and sworn statement on the 20th day of July, 1921, before the Reg ister and Receiver of the United States Land Office, at Duluth, Minnesota. Any person is at liberty to protest this purchase before entry, or initiate a contest at any time before patent is sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit in this office, alleging facts which would defeat the entry. Witnesses: Charles McDonough. Bert M. Hunt, Axel Torgension, and Peter Wensgard, all of Knife River (Mile Post 80), Minnesota. 5-26 JOSEPH WINCZEWSKI, Receiver. General Blacksmith HORSESHOEING and REPAIR WORK Dealers in Wagons, Plows and Farm Machinery MH What Local Owners of Overland Model 4" say t? Overland Touring, fully equipped $695 Overland Roadster, fully equipped.... 695 -('v Model Four Coupe, fully. equipped, wire wheels and oversized' tires 1000 Model Four Sedan, fully equipped, wire wheels and oversized tires 1275 S Reasonable Prices Sam Bally Grand Marais, Minn. prices are $90 additional for freight and war tax. Call and let us demonstrate. •ail LOCALS tm' ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY COMPLETES ORGANIZATION 4* A meeting of the stockholders of the Grand Marais Light & Power Co. was held Wednesday afternoon. The following were elected directors: Ed. Toftey, Morris Olson, C. Johnion, Tom Joynes, Ed Nunstedt, P. E. Aim and J. G. Scotti «Fallowing the stockholders' meeting a meeting of the board' of directors was held and the following officers elected: Presi dent, Ed. Toftey vice president, C. J. Johnston treasurer, Morris: Olson secretary, Tom Joyne&: Plans for the operation! of plant weTe discussed and rates fixed, announcement of which will be made soon. The president announced today that service will be given all day for power. Cook County has two new settlers who filed on homesteads this week. They are Misses Svea Landt and Ruth C. Bagley. Both of them are pro fessional nurses and have cosne up here to get a taste of wild iife and own some broad acres which they could noit get in the incorporat ed district of a big city like Cincin nati, which has been their home: nor in Chicago, where they have been for the past several months employed, in the practice of their profession. They have been intimate friends for five years', both out in the world on their own resources. They come from good families, one being the daughter of a clergyman. They are determined to live long enough on their land to make final proof, tjhe law allowing them to be away six months out of the year to earn a livelihood. And they will come home always in the summer and enjoy the wonderful climate of the Lake Su perior shore away from the heat and turmoil of a big town. The peace of such a life thrills them and makes them enthusiastic boosters for Gbok county although they have been here only a few days. They are young women of education and refinement and deserve the- friendship and pro tection of the people of the county. From the Duluth Herald: Grand Marais' new automobile club is plan ning to make visiting tourists! have so good a time that they will repeat ithe trip. There are no more magni ficent drives! in North America than along the north shore of Lake Su perior from Duluth to Grand Marais and the Canadian towns beyond, and when the rest of the summer realizes! it the summer will not be long enough to accommodate tlje travel ers who want to make the trip. The A. V. Johnson, Geo. Leng and V. N. Johnson families! and Victor Johnson, had a picnic dinner at Devil Track Lake Sunday. They had as guests, Miss Nelson of Two Harbors, who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Leng also the Misses Landh and Bagley, homestead ers on the reservation Mr. and Mrs. Ros's More, from Cleveland, have moved! on to their homestead north of Devil Track Lake. Mr. More is a musician and may come to /town and help to or ganize a band a little later. Joe Gee, U. S. Immigration officer at the bridge, was' in town Wednes day. John Myhr, H. M. Ojard, Chris Marken and Rungner Ojard, all of Hovland, were Grand Marais callers Wednesday. A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Eric Leonard, of' Caribou Point, this morning. Miss' Rose Zimmerman returned home Wednesday from a visit with relatives in Duluth. Smith's Restaurant has a complete line of FIREWORKS. Go there for your supply for the 4th. Ad. Owl Dance canceled. SHE HAD STRUCK Not another day would she camou flage her real age in order that her mother, a widow with hopes, might remain permanently thirty. No sir ee! She had been sitanding with im patient feet where the brook and river meet for five years now,, wait ing for her mother to get married and let her grow up. But this was the end1. Yessir! Jerry had her mad up. See MARY MILES MINTER —iri-T-t "Don't Call Me LHtle Gi*l" PRINCESS—Monday, the 4*h FOR SALE—First-class motor cycle with side car. Ellis Smith. For a woman who has two hat bands amnesia may well be a. state of bliag, The talk by experts oi Lnn.\oers firom poison 6 OF THE BOA^D SCHOOI. DISTRICT NO. Maple- Hill,-June1 25 1921. The -meeting Wast cajled to order at 8 o'clock P. All .the members- were present* 1 The reading of the minutes of the. previous meeting was, -upon motion, made duly approved. It was moved and seconded that thd clerk correspond with B. H.' Palmer and A. W. Christianson to engage one for a school principal for the ensuing -school year, and that a maximum sal ary of Fourteen Hundred' Dollars ($1,400) be offered. Moved and seconded that One Hun dred Twenty-five (125) cords of sound birch wood be purchased from Mar tin Erickson at Four Dollars and Fifty cents ($4.50) a cord Moved and seconded that Lawrence Hedstrom be hired to haul twelve (12) loads of gravel* on the road going up to the school garage at Two Dollays and Thirty-live cents ($2.35) a lpad. Th$ following bills were audited and allowed: North Shore Garage, bus re pair $2 .05 The Motor Inn. bus repair. ..... 6.32 Aflolph EVerson, bus repair.... 4.OR Cook County frews-Herald, pub lishing-s of proceedings, 3.00 Arthur Anderson, hauling sup plies i. 50 Chris M. Everson, transporta tion 3. go Xo further business appearing, board moved to adjourn. Attest: ALBERT P. RINDAHL, viUa-ge of Grand Marais this 25th day of June, 1921. 2 T. I. CARTER, Auditor, /c, Cook County, Minn. (Seal County Auditor, Cook Cook Coun ty, Minnesota.^ HjelmarSather Grand Marais, Minn. Painting and Decorating Contracting or by the Day TAILORING SUITS MADE TO ORDER CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING SHOP OVER COOK COUNTY STATE BANK JOHN RINDAL MARKET QUOTATIONS KINDS OF ..jBOARD, INDEPENDENT Clerk. NOTICE OF TAX JUD6MENT SALE FORFEITED Notice is hereby given that all par ccels of land bid in for the state and not assigned to purchasers or redeemed within three (3) years from the date of the tax sale at which they were of fered, shall "be disposed of as provided by Sections 2127 and 2128 General Stat utes of 1913 and acts -amendatory thereof. Pursuant to the Statutes in such se made and provided, I shajl on MONDAY, the SECOND DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1921, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the office of the County Auditor at the Court House in the Village of Grand Marais and County of Cook, State of Minnesota, sell said lands which are charged with taxes, penalties and costs and on which taxes shaill not have previously been paid. i., at the GOING Leaves Leaves ON ALL In Effect Since March 1st. Per Gal. on, Pure Boiled Linseed barrels Pure Boiled Linseed Oil, in 5 9r /10 gal. lots .......... .$ .84 .94 Oan Extra White Lead, per hundred lbs. 13.12 Dutch Boy, Carter and' Eagle Brands of White Lead VARNISH, the best. .. 4.t9 More's Paints v.'' 4.00 AH orders will be promptly at tended to. Address or cau on August J. johnsoo & Son,. FMM- Hovland, M^nn.^^Jtwe^S, \92_3.it/|. Bqard* met at-'the School Hp^Se- at 2:00 Pj M.„ pursuant to call.' The meeting was called ,to order by, Presid ent,,,^ The minutes of the last preeed dent EfllgUist/ all, members: being pres ing meeting /}were nroved.*' read and duly,, ap- proved: Motion by Linnell, second by J., Ja-^i cdbson, that Miss Lindberg be, re-en gaged to teaCh -the Flutereed school the coming year, in compliance with the petitions of people of that vicinity to -this effect.- ^Carried. Ayes, Linnell, J. Jacobson, P. Jacobson and Roberts. Nays, Hanson. '1 Motion by Linnell, second by /J. Ja cobson, that Miss Effle Falconer'be en gaged to Iftcich the Birchwood school the coming year, with the stipulation that the board will make arrange ments as to schooling the two Maher children. Carried., Approved. The clerk was instructed to com municate with Gus Berggrenj as to reparations for damages done to the fence and yard at the Flutereed school. Motion by J. Jacobson, second by P. Jacobson, that Monsi Hanson be made a committee or- reparations at the Flutereed School the coming year. Car ried. Approved. Motion by Roberts, second by 1J. Ja- WESTy2 7:30 a. ni. 9:00 a. m. 9:30 a. m. 10:30 a. m. 11:00 a. m. 11:30 a. m. 12:00 noon 1:15 p. m. 2:15 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 4:45 p. m. Leaves Leaves Leaves Leaves Leaves Leaves Leaves Arrives Arrives 1 cojbsorn, that Johii l^aScob^Mtt'' conpoilttee on reparautitms, at^the GhfcaJ Motionf by "J. ^ijacbbsoori.^ lecond^ti^) "Ja:cobsc^i,^that th©i' MODEL F. B., $1,185 F.<p></p>Gilbertson O. B. Factory vcIerlB be au-^ thorized' to .iJiirtehase/^new «alvani^| woven wire' aridr barbed wire 'to P^es y4 Peyton Paoer Co., supplies Foster Linnell. labor, 5 hours..: Imogene Lincberg, P. ,P. ilibra ry books, ete. ....... .^ ..... Cook County NewshHerald, pubw lishing proceedings F. 0. B. Factory A FULLY EQUIPPED CAR SELECTIVE GEAR SHIFTS Three speeds forward and Reverse SPEEDOMETER Electric Lights, Starter and Horn FOUR DOORS ONE MAN TOP Oil Pump, Water Pumpt Demountable Rims, Tire Carrier EXTRA RIM The Chevrolet is the only 'fully equipped car which is now sel|ing for less than $1,000.00 & Toftey Schedule of Mail Busses GRAND MARAIS Lutsen Toftey Cramer Maple Finland Mile Post 43 Beaver Bay Beaver Crossing .TWO HARBORS. ... DULUTH .. Passenger Fare, $7.00 to Duluth OTHER POINTS IN PROPORTION We solicit a liberal share of your patronage. Grand Marais, Minnesota. Trading Post Cafe FRED AMYOTTE, Proprietor fleals served at all hours DAY and NIGHT Cigars, soft drinks, candy and ice cream /feii&e^ ried. -Approved Motfon by !P JacobsSoiv second Linnell, th'at Clyde floberts be made" committee on reparations at the Wood school. Carried, Approvedi. 'Motion by Roberts,' second by V.' ebbson, that a new toilet be built *af the Chicago Bay school some distance from the one now in. use. •. Carried. Approved. k\ Motion by LinnesH, second' by^P, *Ja-/ f-it cobson, that the district reduce thfe' wagfes for common labor from 50 cents to 40 cents tfer: hour for the remainder of the schqol year. Carried^ Approved Motion by Linnell, second by hajison, that the following bills be allowed in full: Carried.4 Approved. Clai'a D. Borg, postage paid,... $ .70' P. M. Linnell, miscellaneous sup- GOING EAST .Arrives 5:00 p. m. Arrives Arrives 16 \'r-\ 2.14 Motion by Pvoberts, second by Han son, that the meeting adjourn, dine die. Carried. Aprioved. Attest: C. F. ROBERTS, Clerk. 3:30 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 1:30 p. m. 1:00 p. m. Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives 12:00 noon Arrives 11:15 a.m. Arrives 10:30 a. m. Leaves 9:00 a. m. .Leaves 7:30 a.m. This is a short order Restaurant and any thing you want to or-' v' ^!, \1V der will be cooked and „-v.: yJ'l served to your taste. !. wi 1