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THE COOK COUNTY HERALD
Entered at the Postoffice at Grand Marais,
Mi 1111,, as second class mail matter.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Oftiicial County and Village Paper.
CHRIS MURPHY,
Publisher.
S. C. MURPHY,
Editor,
-SATURDAY, FEB 24, 1906.
Judging by the rumblings beard from
different parts of the state there are
good Republicans in Minnesota who do
not regard either Senators Glapp or Nel­
son as the only men who are worthy of
representing us in the upper house of
Congress. Still we notice that legislate
ive candidates deem a pledge of loyalty
to the senators as a very safe platform
to stand on.
By a recent supreme court decision it
is held that the taxes on a logging rail­
way may be paid at the company's head*
quarters though the property assessed is
situated wholly within the boundaries of
a county far distant therefrom. Thus it
appears that this unjust feature of our
tax laws, to which we have frequently
referred, is one that cannot be corrected
by the courts, while, apparently it
"WILL NOT be corrected by the legis­
lature.
The American people have been given
so much gush about the Roosevelt
Longworth wedding that it is apt to
sour on their stomachs. They have cer­
tainly had an oyerdose. Where does
the fault lie? The Midway News sizes
it up in this way
"'Miss Roosevelt is not to blame.
"Neither is the president.
"In fact the daily papers themselves
are scarely to blame.
"How can they help it?
"It is not that the public demands
that kind of rot that they publish it.
"Any more than it is that a dude
hopes for public admiration when he
wears a five inch collar. The poor fel­
low is only afraid that some other dude
will wear a higher collar than he does.
"Such is that poor human weakness
that leads on to fashion, first to one ex­
treme. then to the other.
"The yellow paper man is so afraid
that his competitor will get up ranker
stories about current events than he
uoes himself that he simply goes the
limit. And as a matter of fact it is
easier to write rot than anything else,
whether it be about hangings, weddings,
murders or divorces makes little differ­
ence:"
Removing Verdigris from Brass.
Salt and vinegar will remove verdi­
gris from brass.
Notice for Publication. Department of the In­
terior. Land Office at Duluth, Minn.. Dec.
22, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Register
and Receiver at Dnlnth, Minn., on March 20,
1906, viz:
.Tames H. -Pinkerton, homestead entry No.
39,107. Schroeder. Minn., for the uvrl4 ofneJi,
ne& of nwii section 27, nehi of neJi section 26,
township 59. range S.
.He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
John L. Reynolds, Harris 6. Reynolds,
Thomas Sheridan and John D. Reynolds, of
Schroeder, Minn,
1-6 W. E. CULKIN, Register.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY OF
Cook, ss..—District Court.
Thomas Thompson Company, Plaintiff,
vs.
J. Lester Elmer, Defendant.
Notice is hereby Riven, that by virtue
of an execution to me directed and deliv­
ered, and now in my hands, issued out of
xhe District Court, Eleventh Judicial
District, State of Minnesota, in and for
the County of St. Louis, upon a judgment
duly rendered in the Municipal Court of
the City of Duluth of the State Minne­
sota in favor of said plaintiff and against
said defendant, I have levied upon the fol­
lowing described real property of said de­
fendant, to-wit:
The north-east quarter of section 13,
township sixty-one north, of range two
west of the Fourth Principal Meridian
And that I shall, on Wednesday, the 21st
day of March, A. D. 1906, at the hour of ten
o'clock A. M. of «aid day, at the front
door of the court house in the Tillage of
Grand Marais in said County and
State, proceed to sell all the right, title
and interest of the above named J. Lester
Elmer in and to the above described
property, to satisfy said judgment- and
costs, amounting to ninety dollars and
sixty cents, together with all accruing
costs of sale, and interest on the same
from the first day of May, 1905, at the rate
of six per cent per annum, at public auc­
tion, to the highest bidder for cash.
C. H. CARHART,
C. W. STILSOSNer,ft
C00k
C°"nt!''
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Dated, Grand Marais, Jan. 8,1906.
DELINQUENT
TAX LIST.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY
of Cook.—ss. District Court, Elev­
enth Judicial District.
The State of Minnesota to all persons,
companies or corporations who have or
claim any estate, right, title or inter­
est in, claim to, or lien upon any of
the several pieces or parcels of land in
the list hereto attached described:
The list of taxes and penalties on real
property for the County of Cook remain­
ing delinquent on the first Monday of
January, 1906, has been filed in the office
of the Clerk of the District Conrtrdf the
County of Cook, of which that hereto
attached is a copy. Therefore, you, and
each of you, are hereby required to fill
•in the Office of said clerk, on or before
the twentieth day after the publ*
cation of this notice and hst,.your an
swer in writing, setting forth any objection or
defense you may have to the taxes, or'any part
thereof, upoii any pieoe or parcel of land described
in said list, in, to, or on which you have or claim
any estate, right, title, interest, claim or lien, and
in default thereof judgment, will be entered
against such piece or parcel of land for the taxes
on said list appearing against it, and for all pen­
alties, interest and costs.
(SiSAii) Clerk of the District Court
of the County of Cook,
By T. I. CARTER, Deputy.
A List of Real Property for the County of Cook, Mlna., on
Which Taxes Remained 6elinquent on the First Mon­
day of January, 1906.
NAME OF OWNER AND
DESCRIPTION.
VILLAGE OF GRAND MARAIS.
Village Plat of Grand Marais.
Cook County State Bank, lots 6 and 13..
D. Gardner, lot 11
Chris Murphy, lots 5 and 6
Clark H. Carhart, lots,...fa
Louis P, Christensen, lots 9 and 10.
J. E. Mayhew, und.'/£ lot 26
E. M. Pope, lot 5
ohn T. Koberg, lot 4
Rose Murphy, lot 1
John J. Moe, lots 1 and 2
Chas. J. Johnson, lots 14,15 and 16.......
Gust L. Peterson, lot 21
Mrs. Ellen Douglas, lot 6
Chris "Murphy, lot 9
Same lots 8, 9, 10
Van Brunt & Lightbody's Addition.
Peter H. Miller, lots 15, 16. 20, 21, 24, 25, 29,
30, 31, 82 6
Cook County State Bank, lot 9 10
J. H. Cameron, lots 17, 18,19, &), 21 10
Peter H. Miller, lot 24, 25 10
Township 61, Range 1 East.
.. Section.
Eric McArthur, xxnd.% of neJi 20
Grand Marais Dock Ob., 25 acres of lots 2
and 3 20
H. Mayhew, und.'4 lot 1 21
TOWN OF GRAND MARAIS
Township 61. Range 1 East.
H. Mayhew, vtVn of w%, seJ4 9 1904
Jaun Jannooski, und.% elA of nwJi, w!4
of neh jo 1904
Ohris Murphy, swJ4 of ne% 14 1904
Same, una.Vi nA of ne% :... 14 1904
Chas J. Johnson, und.% selA of ne^ 14 1904
H. Mayhew, neii of nwJi, nw?i of ne!i.... 15 1904
Martel Anequet Jr. 3 acres of e'A of seJi of
s-'-v.
Bay View Addition.
Chas. J. Johnson, eeh 14 1904
Cook County State Bank, sw!4 28 1904
H. Mayhew, und.J^ lot 4 ».• 33 1904
Township 60. Range 2 West.
John A. Westlin, lot 2.... 6 1904
State Investment Co., se& 9 1904
Same, frl. aV» 10 1904
Sain*, w!4 of nw'4, lots 1, 2,3, 11 1904
Same, lotl .. 15 1904
Same, frl. se)i 17 1904
Wm. C, Sherwood, lots land .............. 1ft 1904:
Township 61. Range 2 West.
C. J. Johnson. neJ4 of nwM 1 23 1904
N. P. Ry. Co., ne4 of nw& 23 1904
Biaggo Summers, n'A of swM, sw% of
sw}i, lot 1 32 1904
J. A. McMillan. wlA of ne&, e'A of nw?4.. 30 1904
August Van Johnson, lot 1 30 1904
Alexander Sang, swM of nwM, nwM of
of swJ4, lot 2 30 1904
Peter Summers, wYs of neJi, lot 3 311 ,„a,
lot 5 32\im
John A. Westling, lots 5 and 6 31 1904
Township 62, Range 2 West.
Octave Dumont, e'A of nwM, w!4 of ne?4 30 1904
Township 63, Range 2 West.
Marcus F. Bates, lot 3 31 1904
Township 64, Range 2 West.
John Hines, lots 3, 4, 5, fl 31 1904
Township 65, Range 2 West.
Ed. W. Sparrow, und. 12-280 lot 3 19 1904
Same, und. «12-280 seJ4 of nwJ4,
lots 2, 3- 5, 6, 7, 11 30 1904
Wm. C. White, lots 9,10, 11 31 1904
Township 64, Range 3 West.
John J. Moe, alA of se&, lots 11 and 12 4 1904
Mrst National Bank, Amenia, N. Y.. se& 5 1904
Christian Schaff, sek of nwM .. 6 1904
Swan Nordauist, sV% of neM, lots 1 and 2.. 6 1904
Dominica Benda, und.
lA
Township 65. Range 3 West.
Ed, W. Sparrow. unt 12.280 lots 1, 2, 3,4.. 23 1904
Same und, 12-280 lots 1, 3,4, 5,
nVs of ne}£, ne!4 of nw}4,
sw)4ofnw54 26 1904
Same, und. 12-280 slA of nwM,
ne& of swM, lots 3, 4, 5,6, 27 1904
Same, und. 12-280 se^i of nw}4,
swJi, slA of ne34, nlA of
se%, lots 1, 2, 3,5, 6 28 1904
Same, und. 12-280 seM of swM,
s54 of seJi, lots S, 4 29 1904
Chris Murphy, und. 3-68 se% of sw%, lots
1 to 9 301,10A.
und. 3-68 lot 3 19
Ed. W. Sparrow,und. 12-280e'A of ee3i...... 30 1904
Same, und. 12-280 ..ne^L of swM
eYi of nw}4, lots 1,2, 3 31 1904
Same, und. 12-280 nw% of ne?4,
lots l, 2 32 1904
Same, und. 12-280 lots 1, 2 33 1904
H. Mayhew, und. 1-48 of se!f 34 1904
Cook County State Bank, und.M same 34 1904
Eric Mc Arthur, sw& of se?4, lot 8 35 1904
A. M, Towtsend, und. i-9 eeU of
5*
CLAUS g. MONKER,
1904 2b 05
1904
1904
NAME OF OWNER AND
Hsl
JS &
2
Pi
1904
15 04
1 51
6 01
15 Oft
6 01
60
1 84
13 54
13 54
1 71
26 12
3 51
4 37
3 22
20 77
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
30
«o
80
XI
32
H2
32
46
46
46
47
§2
63
1904
1904
1904
14)04
40 60
18 05
21 93
4 11
2 74
2 74
1 68
7 31
13
19°4
Cook County State Bank, of se'4 of
swJi, except 5lA acres 15 1904
Chas. E. Baker, und. of swM of ew'4... 15 1904
Chris Murphy, und.% .sJ4 of ny. 18 1904
T. M. Helinski, und,4 frl. sw}4 18 1904
Chris Murphy, e'A of sw}4, e'A of nwM,
nwM of aeVi 19 1904
Same, w% of se&, sw?i of ne& 19 1904
Grand Marais Dock Co.. lot 1 23 1904
H. Mayhew, und.'A lot 4 22 1904
1 33
91
3 66
1 3?
13 71
8 20
1 18
5 26
Block.
Cook County State Bank, block 1 1904
Same, block 3 1904
Same, block 5 1904
Same, block 7 1904
Same. block 9 1904
Same, block 11 1904
Township 61. Range 1 West.
IK Section.
14 61
10 9(5
86
1 97
10 96
20 68
13 88
3 34
9 91
5 03.
1 87
2 74
10 88
10 96
2 87
8 85
10 41
9 55
43 87
9 55
28 26
23
1 63
6 49
25 57
29 22
7 31
32 99
7 31
18
753
17 12
2 74
17 35
14 48
11 68
nwk 8 1904
G. J. Case, und. lot 2 10 1904
Barnard Marsch, lots 10,11,12 19 1904
Michael Hurley, lot 1. nwk, of ne54, sV* of
ne& 28 J904
Barnard Marsch, neM tof ne^ .Ml.*."* 30 1904
Wm. Cleminger, lots 8 and 9. V2 of swM.. 33 1904
John W. Haugh, w!4 of nwJ4, neJ4 of
nw)4, lot 4 10 1904
Mary O. Walker, lots 8, 9, 10 11 1904
48
1 48
1 23
2 88
1 07
1 56
39
1 45
53
27
18
2 29
9 64
50
BW%.....
35 1904
Township 64, Range 4 West.
Cook Co. Iron and Land Co., und. 3-16
swJ4 1 1904*
Fred Tischer, seJ4 2 1904
Steinbrenner & Mitke, urid.^ e'Aot awii.. 4 1904
M. B. Coburn, und.% swJi of nw&, wK of
sw}£, lot 4 4 1904
James Gogin,, und.% s'A of nw^, lots 3
and 4 5 1904
Charles Gagnon. und.% same 5 1904
Oscar E. Schibsted. und.% lots 1, 2,3 7 1904
T. M. Helinski, und.% elA of swji, nwM of
sw?4...... ... 10 1904
Hans P. Johnson, und.
lA
Same. n'nd.H'l6t8'...' 24 1004
John M. Pfau, und.XA same....... 25 1904
Same, lot 9........ 04 1904)
of nwM. swJi of nwJ4 25 1904
Charles Ouellette, n54 of nw Ji. lot 2. 27 1904
Same, ne^of neJ4... 28 1904
ohn Bergman, sW J4 of nw J4.............. 28 1904
Township 65, Range 4 West..
John C. Green, swJ4 of nej^... .^........... 4 1904
Ed. W, Sparrow, und. 12-280 ne^ of sw^,
seM of ne^, se^, lots 4,5,
and 6 7 1904
8ame utid. 12-280° nVi of neM.
nwM, nw}4 of sw}^, *Vt of
seJ4 ................ ...... 8 1904
Same u»d. 12-280 ayt of eeHi
ofswM ............... 9 1904
Same and. 12^80 seM. lots 1, 2.3 10 1004
Same und. 12-280 vmbi of nw?4,
•sw}4. lotsl, 4.5....... ... 11 1904
Same und. 12-580 seM of sw^i... 12 1904
Same und. 12-260 nwk of ne&.. 17 1904
Chas. E. Baker, und. 1-12 nJ4 22 1904
Milwaukee Ver. I. & L. Co., fr'l e'A, nwii
ot 25
3 13
16 75
2 79
11 40
5 61
11 20
5 13
1 58
5 22
16 55
4 10
4 19
16 75
4 18
4 18
2 29
8 29
12 50
9 63
3 22
3 22
lots 4 and 5 12 1904
Cora G. Leland, sw}4 of nwki, nwJ4 of
swM. lots 3,4 .................. .... 15 1904
E. S. Hatch, und.54 swJi of sw&, lot 6.... 17 1904
John Bergman. 8e%.of se!£ 20 1904
J. N. Desilets, s»/2 ofnw^, elA of swJ4-• •. 22 1904
John M. Pfau,und.54 sH offleH 23 1904
Barnard Marsch, und.54 same. 23 1904
1 81
71
I9®*
-North American Iron Co.. und. 30-72 wi4
of nwk 06 1904
,Mllwankee Ver. I. & L. Co., swfi, nlA of 1
DESCRIPTION. a
North American Iron Co., und. 39-72 n!4 27 1904 39 58
Same und. 39-72 s^of nwM, n54
of sw)i, nyi of.seH 28 1904 29 68
Stena Johnson,und. 8-96 sj4 of neH, neli
of'ne^i .. 28 l90t 86
North American Iron Co.. und, 27-72 same 281 1904 10 32
Same und,J^n!4 of nwJ4, nwf-4
28
Township 64, Range 2 East
L. M. Willcuts, und. 1-10 lot 4
Same und. 1-10 lots 1, 2
Chas J.Johnson, und. 1-16 lots 2, 3, seH
of ueH
H. Mayhew. und. 1-48 lots 10.11
Chas. E. Baker, und. 3-16 lot 5 5
Same und. 1-16 lots 10, 11
Same und. 1-16 lot 4, sw% of nw?4
Same und. 1-16 lots 7, 9,10,11,
H. Mayhew, und. 1-48 same
Chas. E. Baker, und. S-10 nwJ4 of se&.
neJ4 of sw&
Same und.% lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
se54 of nws 'A of neJ4
F. A. Brown and C. J. Johnson, und.
nw^i of seii. ne& of swf^
Chas, E. Baker, und.% neJi of nt^i
North Am. Iron Co., und. 1-12 frl. n54..
Chas. E. Baker, und. same
Township 65. Range 2 East
John B, Sanborn, und. 1-16 ne& of swJi,
lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
E. B. Spileman. und.54 lot 3
Lynch & Fagin, nw54 of ae}&
Township 61, Range 3 East
E. P. Olapp. lot 1 5
Township 62, R,ange 3 East
Gust lull. e'-2 of nefi, eLA of ee?4
John A. Nelson, und.54 nw54 of nwl4, aw'4
ofnwJi 1
5*2 of swM 1
August Lindsren. und.54 nw.M of nw5i,
sw.'i of nwJi, w5i of swJi 1
Charles Peterson, sw^ of ne&, w54 of se5ii 3
R. Fitzgerald, und.?i swJi oj n\vl4 4
Same und.% slA of nw^, w54 of
swj4, ne?i of sw^i 5
Same una.24 se}4 of neM 6
G. Wontworth, s54 of nw'4, ne54 of ne54 6
R. Fitzgerald, und. 54 n5^ of nw?4, awM of
neM 8
Edward S. Shaw, e54 of sw?4, w% of seJi.. 9
Charles Peterson, nwli of ne54 10
Anton Moe, n}4 of nw54, lot 4, swJ4 of nw54 25
Sven Johnson, lots 2,3, 4 26
Township 63. Range 3 East
John Cashin, sw^ of seM
nwk of neM. neM of nw.1^..
Township 64, Range 3 East
Chas. E, Baker, und.3^ lot 5..
Same nnd.% lot 5. 6
Walter S. Paddock, und.% ne5^of ne54....
Winnebago Realty Co., und 54 same.
L. M. Willcuts, und. 110 ne?4 of ne% 10
Same und. 1-10 swM. lotsl,2.3 11
Same und. 1-10 lots 2, 4, 5 12
Township 65, Range 3 East
N. P. Ry. Co., lots 2, 3 '.
Township 62, Range 4 East
Michael Kelly, frl, ne^i
H. H. Phelps, und. 7-60 w}4. w!4 of e54
Geo. Smith. neM, of sw$4, e54 of nwjj. lot 1
Nicholas Erickeon, und.54 lots 2, 3
Township 63. Range 4 East
Michael Dalton, s!4 of ee?4... .v.x
Same w54 of ne&
Nels Grindering, s54 of se5i
slA of BW^
Township 64. Range 4 East.
Susan S. Baker, lot 4
swJ4 of swM
Chas. E. Baker, und.% vrlA of sw54, se54
of sw54
Same und.^g n1^ of eeJi
Susan S. Baker, w% of nwH
lots 1,2,3.
Township 63, Range 5 East.
Magnus Sampson, elA of uwH, e'A of sw%
Louis Eliingson, lof 1,3,4, 5
Chas. H. Maginnis, lot 2
1804 4 57
Geo. F. Ash, und.Mi same 28 1904 4 57
Milwaukee Ver. I, & L. Co., s54 of se5i,
alA of swii 28 1904: 36 53
North American Iron Co., und. 39-72 frl.
section 29 1904 67 58
North American Iron Co.., und. 39-72 se%
of:neii, n54 of s«V£. lots 4, 5, 6 30 1904 27 99
North American Iron Co., nH of neM 30 1904 18 26
J.J'. Cameron, und. 34 nwJ4 of nei4, lot 11 31 1904 4 61
Chris Murphy, und. 3-68 sei£ of seH, lot 9 31 1904 gg
Hutchison Bevier, lot 6, 7, 8 31 1904 13 78
Geo. F. Ash, und,^ n54 of se?4 3t ]J04 3 00
J. L. Cameron, und.% swi4 of seM 3!i 1904 2 29
CHris Murphy, luid. 3-68 swi£, lots 1. 3,4,
5, 6 32 1904 3 20
Cook County State Bank, und.% lots3, 4 34 1904 13 34
Fish, Hicks & Carleton, und.% same 34 1904 6 66
Geo. F. Ash, und.% swi£ of seM, lots 5,6,
7... 34 1904 4 01
Township 66 Range 4 West.
J. P, Weyerhauser, und. 5-6 e'A of set-4,
nwli of se!»i, awKi of neJ4, lots 1,8 34 1904 8 8(5
TOWN OF HOVLAND.
Township 61, Range 2 East.
John Kluck, nwJi of nw'4
nekiof neJi
Richard 8. Howe, wlA of neii
J. J. Hussey, elA of neH, lot 1
nwJi of nwli
Chris Murphy, und. 54 lot 1
00
17
90
36
Township 62. Range 2 East
John Panton, sw^ of neH e54 of nwJi
Richard S. Howe, wlA of seJi
Cook County State Bank, w54 of sw?4
Wm. E. Lucas, ei4 of sw54, wi4of sei^....
Cook l-ounty State Bank, e54 of neh
Chas. J. Johnson, e54 of seii
wl/s of sw54
5 1
6 1004 9 44
tt
1904 6 60
0 I
10
1904 4 92
18 1904 ~44
29 1904 7 09
31 1004 3 36
32 1904 5 32
33 1904 9 44
33 1904 4 72
33 I
34
1904 9 44
34 1904 4 72
1 1904 12
3 1904 24
4 1804 39
5 1904 04
5 1904 39
5 1904 24
5 1904 59
6 1904 44
(3 1904 10
0 1904 S7
6 1904 2 28
6 1904 57
9 1!H)4 39
10 1904 1.58
10 15104 3 05
31 1904 64
34 1904 47
24 1904 3 54
1904'
1 1904 9 44
1904 4 72
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
TOWN OF MAPLE HILL.
Township 62, Range 1 West.—
Santa Fe Pac. Ry., swJ4of seJ4 9
Same ne^ofnwj^ 21
-Thomas W. Maine seH of swJ4, elA of se^.
swJ4ofseJ4 22
Santa Fe Pac. Ry., swJi of neli 33
Same e54 of ne?£. 33
VVirth H. Cook and Henry Turish, und.54
eei^of ne}4, neJa of se}4
Wirth H. Cook and Henry Turish, nnd.54
seM.... ..
Wirth H. Cook and Henry Turish. nnd.54
854 ofnwJ4
Township 63, Range 1 West.—
Marcus F. Bates, ne?4 of ne^i ....
se?iiofse!4
P. Hackett, und.54 neJi of nw^, lot 1.
F. E. Hedder, und.^ same
G. Stevens, und.% same
Marcus F: Bates, se5i of swJ4, ne54 of ne5i
Township'64, Range 1 West:—
Andrew Johnson, und.% swM of swJ4. lot 7
Anna Johnson e!4 of nw}^. sw5^ of ne5£.
Santa F. Pac. Ry. liwj^ of nek.......
.iv..
J.^A. Hendy, nebi of nwJ4. ,riAV}4 of ne^.
Township 65, Range 1 West.—
Chris Murphy, und.^ Iot 1
Same und.Ji lotsl,2 3, 4..^.....
H. H. Phelps, und. 3-16 sw}4 of swV
L. L. Hotcnkiss, uod.5i sw'4 of sW^
H. H. Phelps, und. 3-16 ael4, ofaeh, lots 6,
7, 8..%
L. L. HotchkisB, und.H same
C. E. Peaslee, und.54 Bame
Chris Murphv, und.^n^ of neM, n54 cf
nw54
H. H. Phelps, und. 3-16 lot 11.. '.
L. L. Hotchkiss,und lot 11
Township62, Range2fWest.—
Santa Fe Pac. Ry., *fi4 of nw54.
NAME OF OWNER AND
r'
DESCRIPTION.
[A ?.'
II
4 72
7 09
59
2 96
60
1C04
1904
1004.
1904
1904
1904
1004
1904
14 16
1 78
9 44
2 36
8 97
5 71
12 I
13
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
04
47
3 92
3 92
24
1 41
71
30 1904 16 12
9 56
3 35
1904
1904
1904
19)
20/
1904 4 96
28 1904
29 1904
28^90#
1904
1904
1904
UNORGANIZED TERRITORY.
Township 63, Kange 6 East.—
W. A. Mercer, und.% lot 2 10 190{4
Township 64, Range 6 East.—
J. A. Humbird, und.M se54 of ewM. sw?4
of so\, lots 1, 5,6 24 19tf4
H.F. Dawsman, und.34 nw!i of swM, lots
1,2,3... 25 1904
Township 63, Range 7 East.—^
R. Eamee, Jr., lots 1,2 6 1904
Township 64, Range 7 East.
H. F. Dawson, und.% sw}4 of sw54, lots 1,
2, 3 29 1904
Same nlA of nwJ4, seV5 of nw54, ",
sw54ofneM. 30 1904
Same und.% s54 of seJ41 seJ-4 of
•swJ4, lot 4 30 1904
Same und.54 ne% of nw&, lot 1.. 31 1904
ii
1904
1904
Marcus F. Bates, sw)4 of neK 4
Rose M. Hurst, seii of sw5i IS
Marcus F. Bates, swJi of 8W/4, sw5i of se^i 11
Rose M,- Hurst, ne54 ofnw?4, w54 of neJa.. 24
Axel L. Erlafison, sw54 of nwjf, nwJi of
sw?4... 26
Geo. F. Sanborn, lot 3 21
Marcus F. Bates, nw5i of nw^, sek of
ne?4, nw}4 of neJi 26
Axel Li. Erlanson, nV4 of se^i 27
Geo, F. Sanborn, ae% of ne& 29
Township 63, Range 2 West.—
C. H. Maginnis, nwf4 of ne54
Chas. P. Maginnis, BwJi af se5i
John O'Brien^ nw54 of sw54
Same neii of sw54
C. H. Maginnis, nw54 ofse^4
Same swM of *seJi
Township 64, Range 2 West.—
Daniel P. Kenna, lot 6
Same neM of swi4, lots 5. 6, 7
Jenny Westman, und.54 sw34 of nw54. nlA
of sw h, 8w}£ of 8w54
Ed Grochau, s54 of sw5i, seii of swJi, lot 7
Louisa Mattix Green, e5^ of sw5i lot 6
G00k Caunty State Bank, lots 6, 7, 8 and 9
John Hendrickson, s54 of nw!i, n5» of sWii
Township 65, Range 2 West.—
Ed W. Sparrow, und. 12-280 lots 1, 2, 3. 4..
Same und. 12-280 lot 1 '.
Same und. 12-280 sw5.i of neii, aek
ol! xiw5,i, uw54 of swiii, lot 1
H. If. Phelps, und. 3-16 lot 5 ..
L. L. liotchkiaa. und.5a same
Ed W. Sparrow, und. 12-280 lots 1, 2. 3, 4...
S. MciSeil, und.!4 se54, lot 7 34 1904
A, J. Plum, und.]4 same 34 1904
Wm. C. White, lot 0 34 1904
Ed. W. Sparrow, und. 12-280 nwH of neJ^.
nek of nwii, lots 1, 7, 8, 9 35 1904
Jas-A. Thissell, sw}4 of sw34. lot 6..: 35 1904
Township 61, Range 1 East.—
Mike Donovan, seh 3 19C4
II. Mayhew, swii of sw.'-.i 4 1904
Hans liulbransen, seKi 4 1904
H. Mayhew, se5^ of seJ-i .. 5 1904
Peter ohnson, 25 acres of.n 'A of se ?i...... 5 1904
Agnes Soderfcerg. e'4 of swJ4 0 1904
Stina Johnson, lots 1. 2 6 1904
H. Mayhew, e54 of neii, se54 8 1904
Cook County State Bank. seM. of nw5'4,
sw}4 of neJ4, nw3i of swii 7 8 1904 6 65
Township 62. Range 1 East.
Albertina C. Hedlnnd, swii 20 1904 7 24
Chas. J. Johnson, und.)^ sJ4 of seii, nw'-i
ofseJa 32 1904 1 12
Frederick W. Lang, swi-.i of nwJi, nwii of
swi-i 28 1904 4 44
TOWN OF LUTSEN.
Township (0, Range 3 West.—
John A. Westling. lot 1 .'
Harvey E. Ployer, nei4
.Evelyn B. Truax, swJ4
Rose A. Murphy, 11 of sek
Township 61, Range 3 West.—
Geo. H. Miles, lot 6
lot 1
Town ship 62, Range 3 West.
Santa Fe Pac, Ry., Be in of sw ii
Marcus F. Bates, nwi4 of nwk
John Panton, lot 3
John Panton, of neM, lot 1
Marcus F. Bates, &e}4 of nen
Same sek of nw^
Same sw)4 of ne}4 ,.,
Township 63, Range 3 Westj
J. L. Collins,lot 8
Marcus F. Bates. uwM of nwji
Santa Fe Pac. Ry., lots 4 and 5
Marcus F. Bates, swii of swk ,...
Same lot 4
19 00
2 37
4 72
4 72
9 44
35
33 I
34
3 15
2 05
33 51
9 44
9 12
2 37
7 38
4 44
22 1904
33 1904
33 (1904
34 (1904
17 72
8 86
17 72
8 86
40 55
I
35 11904!
35 /1904
8 86
g)|l904
11904
1904
1904
1904
J4 78
1 18
1 18
3-41
19 05
1104
1904
004
2 12
26 58
8 86
18 1904 14 62
1004
1G04
1904
1914
19
19(4'
1904
4 85
82
56
3 18
2 11.
8 46
6 13
1 41
88-
19(t
1901'/1
10(1
2 2 mtr
10 34
10 34
10 34
Florence A. Collin, lot 1
Johanne Engelsen, lot 1
Samuel C. Jackson, lot 3
seii of nei4, lot 1
Township 60, Range 4 West.—
ohn D. Ackerman, nwii of nwM
Township 61, Range 4 West.—
Ed Lynch, seM of sek
Samuel V. Giloert, n'/2 of avrh
Geo. L. Rogers, vr'A of nwii
Nicholas Pastoret, sej^ of ne)4. n5-» of sei4,
nek of swii ...»
G. ff~ Miles, s}^ ot se34
Township 62, Range 4 West.—
Samuel V. Gilbert, sek of nej^
Same lot 1
Same .lot 9
A. P. Freeberg, lots 6,7, 8
Same lot 3
August Amonson, s}4 of sek
Samuel V. Gilbert, nwk of sek
August Amonson, nwk of neh.
Samuel V. Gilbert, nek of nwk
6 20
1 59
1 73
08
1 87
4 95
1 57
71
Township 63^ Range 4 West.—
John Burenson, sek of sek
Peter Nelson, und. 54 swk of nwk, nwk of
swk
J. Paulson, nek of nek !......
Township 59, Range 5 West.—
Liziie A. Campbell, w}£ of swk 251
Township 64, Range 5 West.—
D. J. Teeters, und.% sek of swk
Same und.5*6 nek of nwJ4 lots 2, 6
Donald Mcintosh, lots 11, 12
E. S. Hatch, und. 1:32 swk of ne54 sek of
nwk, lotsl, 4
Same und. 1-32 n'A of nwk. lot 2...
And. Kydell, und'. 1-6 same
•. E. S. Hatch, und. 1-32 n54 of nwk, sek of
nwk
Interstate Co., und. 3-32 same
Joseph Schwable, nek of nek
Township 65, Range 5 West.—
Chas. J. Haugh, lot 9.
Same- lots 1, 2. 3, 6.
Julius Melander, wlA of swk lots 1, 4, 5...
W P. Brooks, und.% nek'
nndvji same
as. I. Gregory, und.J^ lots 5, 6.
iJ rank'WiUiams, nnl }4 swk
Loren H. Cowles. lotl..
lots 4,5.
... lots 2,3
Alfred.Spence, lots 1, 3, 6.
C. L. Keisey, und.k lot 7
Alfred Spence, lot lv
lot 4-..' .... ................
c. L. Keisey, nnd.M iots 5,6,10, I'J........
And. B. Olson, und. 1-48 nek of nek, lot 1
Same und. 1-32 sek of nek ......
Same nnd.% awki of nek-...-..
Jas. H. Porter, lo 9,10:11........v.... ..
lot, 5
Cpok County Stnte Bank, 'und.54 w)4 of'
nw,k
K. N. DOvre, nnd.J^ lots 1,7
M, R.Penning, und.Pilots 1, 7 '....
Elwood-Mel8her%ud.k' w54 of sek swk*,
of nek.'sek oinwk.....t
Buffalo Laijd, & Kxp. Co., nwK of nek,
nwk-of nwj4....
1
rs
O
a
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
1904
10 34
7 38
20 68
22 16
14 57
10 53
31 01
14 57
10 34
1904
1904
1904
11 1904
29 1904
33 1904
34 1904
34 1904
35 11)04
11 82
10 34
10 34
10 34
10 34
7 36
1 1904
2 19'J4
3 1904
6 1904
9 1904
22 1904
2i 1904
3 36
14 34
86
16 91
15 17
25 66
17 72
17 1904
18 1904
43
02
20 1904
21 1904'
21 1904
23 l'.KM
24 1904
25 1805
26 1904
27 1904
Same und. 12-280 lots 1, 2, 3, 4
Same und. 12-280 ft'l section
Same und. 12-280 n'A. nw5i of 8WA4,
se} of swi4, fr'l ae%
Same und. 12-280 nehi of sw54,
swii of sef4, lots 3, 5
Same und. 12-280 nwJ4 of sw}4,
lots 3, 6
Same und. 12-280 se54 of nei^, ne'4
ot se54, lots 4, 5 29 1904
Wm. C. White, lots 4, 5, 6, 7 32 11on,
lot 16 33 j"
1 06
97
63
23
80
4 03
4 21
1 94
1 38
28 1904
1 85
13 85
11 08
5 54
4 33
1 23
8 63
8 83
2 23
7 94
2 81
1 59
1 48
10 86
13 30
1904
1904
1904
1904
1 94
12 88
12 8SS
3 87
30
31) 1904 5 03
2 1904
25 1904
26 1904
35 1904
35 1904
35 1904
35 1904
& W.
9 02
7 7s
4 09
21 54
7 78
7 78
7 78.
ST
10 1904
12 1904
2( 1904
27 1904
TOWN OF TOFTE.
Township 59, Range 4 West.—
Henry Durant. nV2 of nwk
Johanne Engelsen, awiio seia, lot 1
48"
6 44
17 94
6 44
12 1904
21 1904
22 1904
23 1904
28 1904
28)
29
3 87
11 12
1 86
04
1 20
1904 5 71
3 1904 8 97
1904
1904
8 73
13 1904
23 19
10 SI
12 88
6 44
24 1904
25 1904
9 1904
9 1U04
10 1904
22 1004
27 1904.
29 1904
20 1904
32 1904
32 1904
TOWN OF SCHROEDER.
Township 58, Range 4 West.—
Hedley Redmyer, lot 1
Township 58, Range 5 West-—
Martin H. Wilson, w54 of swk
Pit ni^ofnwk
has. A. Kessman. s}4 of -nwk, nek of
swk
.. sekofne!^
Frithoif Erickson, nek of sek
James K. Kerr. s54 of nwk n}4 of swk..
19 32
11 69
7 25
18 13
10 65
5 36
12 88
2 58
12 88
26 1904 3 22
28 19
35 IS
3 22
3 22
6 1904
65
1904 7 72
8
511.904
6 1004
8 1904
1 72
1 94
7 72
lfl04
sek of sek 26
5 80
6
7
1904 1 33
1904 3 45
1904 7 05
1904 45
1904 39
1904 1 94
11
12
12
12
14
14
19
7904 39
1904. 1 10
1904 3 87
1
8 1904
17 1904
20 1904
25 1004
25 1804
25 .1904
27 1904
28)
29 1904
32)
29 1904
31 1905
'£\im
32 1904
33 1904
33 1904
33 1904
jgfl904
3 90
14 04
14 57
5 80
1 94
68
7 83
17 36
5 31
04
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SOME STAGE STORIES.
FUNNY EXPERIENCES OF FAMOUS AC/
TORS AND ACTRESSES.-
Compliments Paid to Performers of Un­
popular Parts by Persons In the Audi­
ence—Several Interesting Incidents Re­
lated by a Iiondon Newspaper.
Playgoers of today do not appear tc
fall so easily under the influence of the
power of the performer or the vividness
rif a striking situation afe in times gone
by. They do not so qnickly lose their
own identity, so to speak, and become
so absorbed in the drama' as to be car­
ried away with the interest of the plot
to such an extent that they feel them­
selves not merely spectators, but partici­
pants in a real and tangible incident.
But when plays deal more with liomelj
and natural stories and less with the
fantastic and "woman with a past'''
class of drama, folks appear to have been
more emotional and enthusiastic. They
forgot the mimic side of the picture
and only saw before them life in minia­
ture, as rhey understood it. They had
the human note very finely tuned and
developed.
For example, when they were play­
ing the almost, immortal "Green Bush­
es" at the Adelphi during one of its
many revivals, Mme. Celeste, in the
character of Miami, the Indian, had tc
shoot her English husband, by whom
she had been deserted, and, after firing
the pistol, a woman started up in the
pit and exclaimed in a loud voice.
"Served him right it's just like my
monster!" This explosion of insulted
•womanhood, produced by the "cunning
of the scene" and Mine. Celeste's pow­
erful acting, was naturally followed by
a burst of laughter from all parts oi
the house.
It is certain that art frequently pos
sesses more sway over our feelings thar
nature herself. It was at the Olyinpk
theater, in the autumn of 1874, when
the ''Two Orphans" was being acted,
that a young lady sitting in the stalls
hurled her opera glasses, with the ex­
clamation, "You beast!"-at Mrs. Hunt
lev (La Frochard), who was ill treating
Mr. Henry Seville, the crippled Pierre,
in the garret scene. It was certainly a
high compliment to that actress' power,
though it was a dangerous way of send­
ing a testimonial.
But it was .a critic who uprose, on
the first night of the late Charles
Reade's drama, "It's Never Too Late to
Mend,'' at the Princess theater, in
18(55, under the management of George
Vining, and vehemently protested
against the flogging business in the jail
scene, as being inhuman and untrue to
life.1 However, it was true to life, and
the discussion that ensued in the papers
tended to crowd the theater nightly for
many months. But audiences did not
always take things too seriously and
were in the habit of expressing them­
selves. very candidly when occasion
suro.sdFSSBuw. .*
ISveu the great Grimaldi could not
invariably rely upon success for his old
wheezes. He wrasonce hissed at Sadler's
Wells theater after singing his celebrat­
ed comic song (what a dull piece it was
to read, by the way "Tippitywichet,"
and he appealed to the audience. He
"had nodded," he said, "frowned,
sneezed, choked, gasped, cried, grinned,
grimaced, hiccoughed—he had done all
that conld be done by brow, chin,
cheeks, eyes, nose and mouth—and what
more did they want?" "Why, we
want," yawned a languid voice from
the pit, "we want a new feature!"
Sometimes it is the manager who
gives vent to his feelings when sitting
in "front,'' as was the case with Henry
Harris, for many years manager of
Covent Garden theater in the early part
of the century. He was watching the
performance from the stage box of an
actor of th^ name of Faulkner, who had
recently arrived from the provinces and
was making his appearance on the met­
ropolitan boards as Octavip in "The
Mountaineers." Faulkner was not quite
up to the mark, and when he exelaimed
in a deep, guttural tone, ''bh, where is
my honor?" Harris exclaimed, "I wish
your honor was back at Newcastle
again, with all my heart!"
Macready, of whom many stories
were told, says in his "Mempirs:" "I
remember on one occasion acting in
'Venice Preserved.' A long and rather
drowsy dying speech of my pgor friend,
Jaffler, was 'dragging its slow length
along,' when some one in the gallery,
in a tone of great impatience, called
out very loudly, 'Ah, now die at once!'
when a voice from the other side imme­
diately replied, 'Be qriiet, you black­
guard,' and then turning jvith a patron­
izing tone to the lingering Jaffier, 'Just
take your time, will you?'
As an example of how easily the most
acute persons may lose themselves to
some extent in the mimic action of the
stage, we may recall the story of an
eminent special pleader who was wit­
nessing a performance of "Macbeth." In
the scene where the Thane of Cawdor,
questioning the witches in the cavern,
cays, "What is't you do?" the answer
is, "A deed without a "name This
phrase struck the ears of the pleader at
once, and he cried out excitedly: "A
deed without a name? Why, 'tis void."
—London Globe..
Wouldn't Wanjt Her Presence.
The boy had smashed his father's
shaving mug and done sundry other
damage, when his mother discovered:
him.
"Oh, Freddie!" she exclaimed, hor­
rified. "What will your papsi say when
he comes home and sees what you have
doner"
"Well, mamma, I don't think I
would like to repeat it before you.
Pearson's, Weekly.
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After Eating Genttegwn.
Pa Tiger—I don't think I'd care tc.
be ih the midst of civilisation,
Jtfj»AT4ger—Why not, Jove?
''I Pa .Tiger—It's go much nicer to let
civilization be in the midst of me.—
WHITTIER'S BOYHOOD.
The Quaker Poet Had bnt Scant lustra**'
tlon In His Youth.
In his boyhood Whittier had scant in­
struction, fcir the district school wsfe
open only few weeks in winter. He
had but few books there were scarcely
30 in the house. The one book he read
and read agaiu until he had it by heart
almost was the Bible, and the Bible was
always the book which exerted the
strongest literary influence upon him.
But wlion he was 14"" a teacher came
who lent him books of travel and opened
a new world to him. It was this teach­
er who brought to the Whittiers one
evening a volume of Burns and read
aloud some of the paems, after explain­
ing the Scottish dialect.
Whittier begged to borrow the book,
which was almost the first poetry ho
had ever read. It was this volume of
Burns which set Whittier to making,
verses himself, serving both as the in­
spiration and the model of his earlier
poetic efforts. The Scottish poet, with
his. homolv pietvnvs of a life as bare and
as hardy as that of New England then,
first revealed to the Aniericau poet what
poetry really was and how it might be
made out of the actual facts of his own
life.
That book of Burns' poems had an
even stronger influence on Whittier than
the odd volume of The Spectator which
fell into the hands of Franklin had ou
the American author whose boyhood is
most like Whittier's. Franklin also was
born in a humble and hardworking fam­
ily, doing early his share of the labor
and having but a meager education, al­
though always longing for learning. It
is true that Irving and Cooper and Bry­
ant did not graduate from college, but
they could have done so had they perse­
vered, and Emerson and Longfellow
and Hawthorne did get as much of the
higher education as was then possible
in America. But neither Franklin nor
Whittier ever had the chance it was as
much as' they could do to pick up the
merest elements of an education.—Pro­
fessor Brander Matthews in St. Nicho­
las.
OUTNIMRODS OLD NIM.
The Petaluma Pot Hunter Tells a Story of
a Wondrous Chase.
Frank Timins, the Petaluma pot
Hunter, had the floor, and the crowd
breathlessly awaited a thrilling story of
the chase.
"Yon want a story of the chase, eh?"
repeated Timins. "Well, I'll tell you
about the greatest b:t of cliasin I ever
did in my life. I wuz out liuntin one
day fer quail with my ole muzzle loadin
shotgun, when three quail jumped up
out of a bush right ahead of me. One
flew to the right, one to the left and
the other straight ahead, but I got 'em
all three."
"Killed three quail going in different
directions with a muzzle loading shot*
gnu repeated one of his listeners in­
credulously.
'. v..4
"Yep that's \fhat I done."'
"Your gun must have had three bar-®
rels then."
"Nop only two.''
"How did you do it?"
"Well, I killed the one that went to
the right with the right barrel then,
quick as a flash, I killed the one that
went to the left with the other barrel
then I took after the one that went
straight ahead and knocked the stufin
out of it with the ramrod."
"I wouldn't believe that if I told it
myself," declared one of the assem­
blage.
"Huh That ain't nothin. I killed
six quail with one barrel once, and they
wuz all flyin in different directions.''
"Run 'em all down?"
Nop never moved out o' my tracks.
When they all started out o' the same
bunch of grass, I held thp gun away over
to the right, and as it went off swep'
it aroun to the left. The result was that
I slung shot in,every direction, same as
you can sling water outen a pan, and a
little of the shot ketched ev'ry one."—
San Francisco Post,
Titles In the Atmosphere.
Distinct tides in the atmosphere, cor­
responding to those of the sea and pro­
duced twice daily by lunar attraction,
have been traced by M. Bouquet de la
Grye in the baromotric records .of sta­
tions removed from powerful local dis­
turbances. The recorded observations of
Brest, St. Helena, Cape Horn, Batavia
and Singapore give positive evidence .of
a regular ebb and flo according to the
moon's position. The effect is slight,
but measurable, the greatest atmos­
pheric tide at Brest being shown by a
movement of one-quarter of an inch in
a water barometer.' which is equivalent
to about one-fiftieth of an inch in the
mercury barometer. The tide seems to
bear about the san^e ratio^to the weight
of the atmosphere that the sea tide bears
to the depth of the ocean.
Three Books.
A leading literary light in one of the
best known Woman's colleges says that
there are just three books that everybody
should know by heart—"The Arabian
Nights,'' "Alice In Wonderland" and
"Mother Goose." "A thorough knowl­
edge of those masterpieces, she says,
"will do more toward cultivating the
imagination than any ether process that
I know of. And I regard imagination as
the most important of ail mental facul­
ties.? This is in direct and significant
opposition to the ideas held by many
parents and teachers that fairy tales are
injurious reading for the young.—New
York Sun. •. ..
Repartee Prom a Statesman.
For once in his career the incorrupti­
ble alderman from,the S'teenth ward
lost his temper:
"lean lick yon," he roared, "with
jpne hand tied behind
"You can fight better with one hand,
behind yon,1' vociferated the high mind
ed alderman from tho ~Umpty-second
ward, "than you' can^aay other way.
It's yowcnatomaiy position^ b'gosh
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