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"LET ME SEE"
Have you ever said to yourself:
"Let me see,—if I saved $5.00 a week,
that would make $260 a year. In ten
years I would have $2,600?"
Can you imagine yourself following
such a plan? You can do it. Others have.
Bat look! If you save $5.00 a week at
this bank, for ten years, you will have
$3,169.22. It pays to save. Try it. You
will soon see for yourself.
Ojfle dollar or more starts a Savings Account
here in your name. Four per cent interest
paid every six months. Invest regularly in In
terest Earning Savings Account.
Grand Marais State Bank
LOUIS. ENGELSON, President AS. G. SCOTT, Vice President
A. M. ANDERSON, Cashier
Spend these long dreary
days and evenings comfort
ably with an
Agent for Cook County
A NEW EDISON NIA.Y BE BOUGHT ON EASY TERMS.
The Motor Irin
WARM FIREPROOF GARAGE
All kinds of Oils, Greases and Gaso
line on hand at all times.
LIVERY at all HOURS
AT REASONABLE RATES
With or without Driver
Special Rates on Over
hauling this winter
Dealing in Doors, Windows,
Mouldings, Window- Frames,
Door Frames, Picture Framed,
Finishing Lumber, Roofing Pa
per, Wall Board, Screen Doors^
GRAND MARAIS, MINN.
VIA GOtUTA pRtfatvae
NEXT FEU.EP. 'ACT
NEWS-ETTES OF GRAND
MARAIS AND VICINITY
Jack Dewar started logging on
"Maple Hill this week."
Alma Anderson left for Duluth on
the stage last Thursday.
The second hand store is well slip
plied with mattresses.—Adv.
Jim Woods motored to Duluth
laSt Thursday, returning Saturday.
A baby was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Jorgen Pederson yesterday afternoon.
Andrew Hedstrum left for Duluth
on the America Tuesday morning.
Nels Dalbec of Good Harbor Hill
was a business caller in town Wed
Miss Frances tJeargrease has 're
turned from Superior af a year in
Don't miss the big show Thurs'day
nght. Minstrel performance after
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lien are now
living in their new home west of the
Sam Zimmerman Jr. spent the first
part of the week vri Duluth transact
Sidney Woods visited in town dur
ing the week. He hunted the last
day of the season.
The Congregational Ladies' Aid will
meet next Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. George W. Robert
Miss Feathersto'ne returned on the
tage Monday night from a sad er
rand to her home in Valley City, NT
D. to attend her father's funeral
The Congregational Ladies Aid
lunch at the Trading Post Saturday
night was a great success. The pro
ceeds will go to give the children a
John Running and family have re
turned to their home east of the
village, afer spending the summer
fishing in the eastern part of the
Mr.and Mrs. A. M. Anderson drove
to Duluth Sunday, returning Tuesday.
Claus C. Monker and J. A. Blackwell
accompanied them on the trip.
A surprise party was held on Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Sound in the Colvill
school house Saturady night. Many
presents were recieved from numer
ous friends. A good social time.
C. G. Stubstad and his associates
have: sold their bank at Meadowlands
Mr. and Mrs. Stubsted have returned
to their west end home in Duluth.
Little Miss Anna Carlson of Maplei,
Minn., has started sch oi here and
will spend the winter with her sister
Mrs. Walter Anderson.
The Catholic ladies will hold their
annual sale of fncy work Saturday
December 17th, afternoon and eve
ning at the ho_me of Mrs. George
Bayle. Substantial lunch 35 cents.
-Rev. Father Simon, of Cloquet, will
have divine services at the Chippewa
village church next Sunday, the 27th,
inst. To remain till the "America"
goes back to Duluth.
John Malinosky and Andrew Tofte
left this morning with one of the'
county's big trucks and one of the
big snow plows, recently built by the
Duluth Iron Worjts, to plow the road
between here dnd Mile Post 43 in
Gilbert Gilbertson was in from
Greenwood- Lake yesterday. Engel
Tormondsbn, who is staying out
there now, was with him. They re
turned in the afternoon in a big
snow storm. They have a permit to
trap beaver, and will operate in that
town this winter. They said they
were going in to the wodds now to
stay till spring.
Sheriff L. H. Lien, Wm. Bally, of
Grand Marais Walter Schone, Wm.
C. Jacobs', Joe Lynch and W. Sorem
on of, Duluth and H. G. Myers of
Waseca, hunted at Mr Lieai's camp
north of Devil's Track lake and got
seven moose—one each, all big ones
The-party came to town with their
game yesterday, and steveral of them
called at the News-Herald office and
testified' as.to their wonderful sue
SALE—Golden oak, #bnt room.
furniture, sgood as new also a gas
^oline skiff, hookline, etc. Carf
C6QHK COUNTY NBW^HE«ALD, GRAND ITIARAIS, miranici9v fA
\MOUDER \F A eouuo
ANN&OOS TO SYAVCE
TU' E.WS IP I VIUI, HUViSRX
new Ford Coupe.
A very pleasant surprise was given
to Mrs. -Gust Bergren (formerly Mrs.
Elizabeth Johnson) Monday after
noon, in the nature of a parcel
shower, at-the home of her,mother,
Mrs. Emma J. Olson. There were
forty ladies present to extend their
hearty congratulations and well
wishes. Mrs. Bergren received
many beautiful pieces of cut glass,
china, linen ^.nd household utensils,
for which she expressed her thanks
in a few words1 of appreciation. A
bountiful lunch, also furnished lay
the ladies, was then served
Mr. and Mrs. Bergren were mar
ried October in St. Paul, by Rev.
Mr. Knox, n' the Swedish Lutheran
church, after which, a wedding din
ner was served a,t the home of Mr.
Bergren's parents' at Forest lake
Mr. and Mrs. Bergren wll leave on
the next boat to make their home in
St. Paul, where Mr. Bergren is em
ployed as carpenter.
Salmon From Lake Superior.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov 22—Governor
J. A. O. Preus yesterday received
a fresh water ocean salmon, caught}
in Lake Superior by Eben Falconer,
Falconer lives at Susie island in
Lake Superior not far from Grand'
Portage. The Chinook salmon is1 the
first of the kind to be caught in the!
fresh water of Lake Superior.
THE TURKEY'S LAST LAX^T
Birds' Ante-Mortem Statement Dwaiis
Pathetically on the Ingratitude
Displayed by Mankind.
It's a gay life. And I iven't weak
The boss feeder isn't as mean as I
used to think him.
He restricts my liberty, 'lis true,
but the eats are great. A double por
tion of shelled corn for breakfast.
Twice as much for dinner. Hot mash
for supper. I'm getting fat, positively
I had to'let out my waist feathers two
notches this morning.
y\JE£SE SIR., vnu.
Gratitude well becomes the boss.
12 inch top, sheep lined made like
an arctic but warmer. Just the
thing for "driving on cold days.
By the Yard.
Some good patterns to choose from.
Outing Flannel, by the yard
All Wool Flannel, per yard—
NO ORDER TOO SMAJLt TO HANDXS
a Didn't I chase the bugs out of the gar
den last summer? I have much to be
Her-jj comes the boss now. I'll give
him the razz. Gobble! Gobble!
But I have strange misgivings, isn't
that an ax he is swinging =at his
side? It was an ax that orphaned me.
For the love of Mike,-boss, use dis
cretion Remember the bugs
Let us fit you out with gpod warm winter clothing. ,.We
have at your command sLNnice line of rubbers, overshoes,
artics, felt innersouls, German sox and wool sox, in fact
anything desired to keep the feet warm, and comfortable.
Thursday, November 24,fd2f*
Tfits Bird lsn't?Looking for a Bargain
Signed Mayflower Compact
The forty-one mate passengers,
heads of families, who signecP^ha
compact on the Mayflower were: Jp£
Carver, William Bradford, Edwarc
Winslow. William Brewster, Isaac AI
lerton, John Allerton. Myles StandisH,
John Alden, Samuel Fuller, Chrisfo-.
pher Marl in. William Mullins,^William
White, Richard Warren, John Row
land, Stephen Hopkins, Edward Tilly,
John Tilly, Francis -Cook, Thomas
Rpgers. Thomas Tinker, John Ridg
dale, Edward Fuller, John Turner,
Frauds Eaton, James Chilton, John
Crackston, John Billington, Moses!
Fletcher. John Goodman, Degary
Priest, Thomas Williams, Gilbert)
Winslow, Edward Margeson, Pejgr
Brown, Richard Britterige, George
Roule, Richard Soule, Richard Clark,
Richard Gardiner, iThomas English,
Edward Dotey and Edward Leister.
With the passengers came also fifteen
male servants. They bore the names
of Carter, Coper, Ely, H'olbeck, Hooke,
Langmore, Latham, Minter, Moore,
Prower, Sampson, Story, Thompson,
Trevore and Wilder. \.
The one who took painting laadder
"rom August J. Johnson's house
please return without trouble.
in West Colvill School, Satifrday
NOVEMBER 26. Good Music.
Tickets and Lunch, $1.00
H/iEN'S ALL WOOL FLANNEL
DRESS AND WORK
Priced at from
QUILTED COMFORTERS AND
At Very Reasonable Prices.
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