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ft *2^ v* **%. k^ First District QAIIAIIH riielT" L. U. C. TITUS, LL. B., .Louis Plan te Commissioners Second District. :C. .T. Johnson Third District.... ,H. Engelsen Auditor^ ...Tivl:,Carter Treasurer Fred. Jackson Registerol Deeds ..Louis JEngclson Sheriff.. ,c. H.Garhart Clerk of uourt Glaus 0. Monker Judge of Probate Jeorge H. Durfee Attorney* D. B, McAloinc Surveyor .. Jc.lin McICinlev Coroner Ang. JvJohiison, Snp't of Schools Alma J. Hedstrom VILLAGE OFF1CEKS,- President S. C. Murphy Trustees.—John L. Lundin, R. H. Douglas and Andrew Larson.. Kecorder Louis Engelson. Treasurer ...B. A. Rude. Justices of the Peace.—George H- Dnrfee, 8. C. Murphy Regular meeting's of the Village Councils tlie first, Monday of each month. SOCIETIES. K. O. T. M. Ooema Tent No. 98—Regular reviews every second and tourth Saturdays. Members are especially requested to be present on fourth Saturday. Visiting knights are cordiall\wel eome. S. C. Murphy. Commander. Carl J. Stubstad, R. K. M. VV. of A. Grand Marais Camp No. 0467.—Regular meetings every first Saturday in Grand Marais and every third Saturday at Maple Hill town hall. Visiting neighbors Cordially welcome. N. J. Bray, consul. II. H. Howenstine, Clerk. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. Grand Marais, Minn. D. B. McALPIME, LL. B., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Grand Marais. Minn. Agent Mutual Life Ins. Co. of New York. Ileal Estate. Claims Contested. Collections given special attention. Village Lots At prices and on terms that offer safe investment chances. Grand Marais Real Estate and Im provement Co. Excellent residence and business locations still to be had. See H. AGENT Grand Marais, Minn. Timber Land. Act Jane d, 1878.—Notice for Publication. United States Land Office, Du luth. Minn.. March 12, 1906. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Ore gon. Nevada and Washington Territory." as ex tended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4. 1892, Albert Moores of Superior, county of Douglas, state of Wisconsin, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 10,582. for the purchase of the aj£ of swia section 17 and w% of nwK of section 20 in township 60 north, range 5$ west and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to es tablish his claim to said land before the register and receiver of this office at Duluth, Minn., on Thursday, the 21st day of June, 1906. He names as witnesses: William Whoeler and Dan Smith of Beaver Bay, Minn., Charles Foster and Lars Anderson of Superior, Wis. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 21st. day of June, 1906. 4-7 J. C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.—Notice for Publication.—United States Land Office, Dn luth, Minn., March 6.1906. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act Of Congress of une 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California. Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4. 1892, L. Percy Sullivan of Dulutii, county of Sc. Louis, state of' Minnesota, has this day tiled in this office his sworn statement for the purchase of the nV» ot nw}£. seii of nwM and lot 3 of section 24 in township 64 north,' range 3 west and will offer proof to shew that the land sought is more valuable for its timber' or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Reg ister and Receiver of this office at Duluth, Minn., on Monday, the 25th day of June, 1936. He names as witnesses: Edward M. Stone, Richard J. Cunningham. J. Roy Bell and J. F. Segog, of Dnlutu. Minn. Any and ail persons claiming adversely the above-described lands afe requested to file their claims in this office on or betore said 25th day of June, 1906. 4-7 -J C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register. Notioe for Publication.— Department of the In terior, Land Office at Dnluth, Minn.. March 22,1906. Notioe is hereby given that the followine named settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Dnluth, Minnesota, on Friday, May 18, 1906, viz: Ellen A. Humes, who made homestead entry No 20,758 for the nwJ4 section 25, township 61 north, range 2 west 4th P. M. She names the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Wesley McCauley of Tomsomte, Minn., Har old Rude of Dulnth, Mign., Olaf Severson and Mary Bunnell oi Tomsonite, Kinn. 4 7 J. C. HERMAN ENGEL. Register.- Notice for Publication. Department of the In tenrior, Land Offloe at Duluth, Minn,, March 22,1906. .: 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.the Register and Receiver at Duluth, Minn.,- on Wednesday, May 2drd, 1906, viz: Jamee H. Pinkerton, homestead, entry. No, 19,187, for the nw& of ne?4, nlA of nw^, Section 27, and nek of nek sectioil 28, ?townehip 59 north, range 5 west. He names the following: witnesses (to^ prove his continuous residence upon- and cnltiyatiocof of said land, viz: Harry Reynolds, kill of Hohroeder. i-7 Topics of a Week Concerning our People, Business and Progress in the Countj and Town. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. The Union Sunday School meets at the church Sunday morning at ,11:30.* Eev. Ejdenes will hold services at the church Easter Sunday at 3 p. m. Preaching in the Norwegian language. $ EASTER SERVICE.—At Maple Hill in, the morning at 11 o'clock. -Grand Marais in the evening at 7:30. Every body is cordially invited to be present. W. H. GABLE, Pastor. Firemen's ball. J. J. Maloy of Superior is in town. Firemen's ball next Monday night. The school meeting at the court house next Monday will be called at 9 a. tn. Lighthousekeeper Woods turned on the light Monday night for the first time this season. Work upon the reconstruction of Fred Jackson's residence, destroyed by, fire last fall, will soon be commenced. Fred Jackson held the winning ticket on the $150 Parker shotgun raffled by J. E. Mayhew at the Broadway saloon last Saturday night. Miss BHtha Tofte, Hilga Toftey and Hokan Sandvold came down from Tofte on the Bon Altai Tuesday for a visit with Grand Marais friends. Miss Hilda" Benson has resigned her position in the.store and, with her moth erland brother Henry, has gone out on her homestead to remain. Clark & Scott opened the season for their gasoline launch last Wednesday when they hauled the Severson stock of merchandise from Cascade to Grand Marais. J.B. Dnmphy of Duluth, represent ing Julius Kessler & Co., distillers, was in town this week. He was accompanied by Tom Madden, who was out on hisv in itial trip for the same'firm. Olaf Severson haa sold his entire stock of merchandise to C. H. Taylor and closed his store at Cascade. Mr. Sever son will til so resign the postmastership at that place and the probabilities are that the Cascade (or Tomsonite) post office will be discontinued. C. J. Johnson has a crew of men now at work repairing the damage done by the storm last fall to the several buildings on the point. The Bay View hotel, the Mayhew building and the Benson house, are among those- to be overhauled and returned to habitable cbnditiOn.'' Grand Marais was a "dry" town last Sunday, the saloons having been previ ously notified that the law must be ob served. All the saloonkeepers profess to be well satisfied with this new order of things and to all Appearances' show an honest disposition to strictly ^comply with the same. The firemen have hustled earnestly for the success of their first annual ball, to be given at Bramer's hall next Mon day evening. The general public has taken a very friendly interest in the event and the boys anticipate a great turn out. They are prepared to give their patrons a royal good time. .A special election will be held on Good Harbor Hill for the town of Grand Marais on Friday, April 20, to fill va cancies caused by the separation of the Village of Grand Marais from the town ship, as follows: Two supervisors, one treasurer, one justice of the peace, one assessor, one constable and one everseer of highways. The formal notice of elec tion appears in another column. The firm of Ho we & Nelson have been dissolved. R. S. Howe will remain in Grand Marais with his family and will continue the cigar factory in operation. He expects before long to have a suita ble stand in which he can run the barber shop and factory together—ax change that is necessary, now that he is alone in business. M.r. and Mrs. Nelson depart ed on the'Bon Ami for Duluth, with the intention of locating there. The fishing season is opened. Croft Bros, on Tuesday brought in a nice catch of about 500 pounds of trout from a few hundred hooks they set out early in the week. Tbo entire catch was quickly disposed of to local customers the supply- not being equal to the de mand. They are placing the balance of their rig in the water as rapidly as prac ticable. Scotf & Clark were delayed by the non-arrival of some needed apparat us. but they are now getting: their rig in the water and will-in a very short time be operating in full blast. The opening of navigation was marked by the arrival of the Bon Ami at. this port at 4:30 Tuesday afternoon. Quite a number ef passengers for Grand Ma rais were aboard, but the1 Bon brought very little freight for this place, beer and other saloon stock being mostly rail -such au emergency and that he lacked tti'at was unloaded here. Many Isle Royal fishermen and their families were aboard and the boat continued her ^in itial voyage^ to Washington. "Harbor. The Bon Ami wintered at Two /Harbors, but she made this trip from Duluth and Lundberjf, mercban ^tailor of Micne apolis was here this week looking, up c. f.. ii buemessfot hishOuBe. John Johnson, who takes charge'of th» Grand hotel and saloon next Mon day, arrived v- from Tofte a Wednesday afternoon. Attorney A. J, Gillette" of Washburn, Bailey &, Mitchell's office, Duluth, is spending a few days in town on profes sional basiness. Wm. Carlson, the Duluth liquor dealer, looked' after business interests in the village on Wednesday* while the boat went-to the Island. T. Carter has been appointed county' court commissioner. His1 first of ficial action was the issuance? of the writ of attachment in the case of Frerker Bros, against Grejwar. Mr and Mrs. Todd came up from Grand. Portage Wednesday afternoon for a short stay in the village Mr. Todd is teacher of the Indian-school at Grand Portage. This is their first time off the reservation since they arrived there from Missouri', their former home, seven months ago. He says the school is practically deserted now for a few days by the exodus of the children to the "suga^r bush," which gave them the welcome opportunity to visit the county seat. This is the season of the stage driver's discontent, and until May lst, when the mail will be taken again by the America, it is a catchfRS-catch-can tussle for them. At the Grand Portage end of the line the roads are almost impassable, and Dan Ashford, the driver, is now making the trip horseback from Hovland east. He is not charged with a single failure to be on schedule time, which is a very creditable record. On the Two Harbors end Be^kman Bros, have given their us ual excellent service. They brought the mail on the Bon Ami Taesday bight and will continue to use the boat whenever convenient. ALL ABOARD. The Bon Ami Takes a Lonsr List of Grand Marais Passengers. Many Grand Marais citizens hunger ing for a view of the outside world, or on business bent, or for change of loca tion or other causes, took passage on the Bon Ami Wednesday afternoon. The list includes: Misses RabyJPerry and- Maud Miller Mesdames C. If. Grewer and Dan O'Con nor Mr. and Mr£. Nelson Mr. and Mrs D. B. McAlpine C. H. Taylor, Ed. John ston, Burti Loranger. Chas. Phillips, Harris Mplver, Chas. McDonald* and E W Wakelin. Emil Eliason of Hovland and Peter Gagnon of. Grand Portage were also aboard, bound for Duluth* Miss Perry,.who is assistant, nurse at hospital, will remain in Duluth for the summer, returning to Grand Marsis in the fall. Miss Miller went to,the Zenith city to visit relatives during the vacation. After visiting in Duluth for a few days Mrs. Grewar will go to Port Arthur where her husband has arranged to en gage in business.* Mr. and Mrs McAlpine went on busi ness and pleasure combined and will be back in a few days. Mr. Taylor is out on a stock-buying expedition and will be away a couple of weeks. Thi3 fresh stock, it is expected, will begin to arrive by the first boat, and every department at the store will soon be replenished \^ith the best that the inarket affords. Mr. Jolineton will return in about' three weeks. Mr. McDonald expects to return in the fall, after the close of the base ball season. He has signed with the Fargo team of the. Northern league. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson intend'to remain in Duluth. g. Mr. Wakelin was called to Duluth by the serious illness of his sister-in-law, who is suffering with blood-poisoning. Gave His Creditors The Slip. C. K. Grewar, erstwhile managed of the Grand hotel and saloon, "vamoosed" during the midnight-hours between Tuesday and Wednesday, ^without as much as a kindly fare-you-well to sever al Dulnth creditors who came in on the boat Tuesday evening to see him. The hotel had previously been placed tem porarily under the management of Mrs. Gust Olson and Grewqr left the saloon in charge of his bartender. Frerker Bros., Grewar's largest credit ors, hold a claim of nearly $1,000. Wed nesday morning, through AttorneyTit us, they commenced attachment.' pro ceedings and Sheriff Car hart seized the remaining stock of liquors, cigars etc, valued at about $700. Only $3.20 cash was foun^ in the till, although the reg ister showed something over $90.00. Nobody seems to know by what means or in what direction Grewar went, but it is presumed that he is now in Port Ar thur. It is not known that he was guilty of any such wrong-doing as would necessaiily cause him to decamp in this mysterious fashion. The popular sup position, howevdr, is that he had been making financial preparations for, }ust the necessary nerve to face his creditors. He ieft no unpaid bills in the ^village. 1 Wanted, to buy pine timber* An small or large tracts. If .you have any. address k'S THE HU^OR OF IT Compels Attention to Sjoblum's An nouncement. P. G, Sjoblum of Minneapols is anoth er candidate for secretary of state. He announces Iris candidacy in a circular sent out to the editors of the sta|e. At tached to the circular is a small envelope containing a "key" to pronunciation of tiis name, which is "Snerblum." His announcement is, in part, as follows: "Circumstances over which seemed to have had no control having compelled me to abandon my elaborate plans for persuading my friends to prevail'upon me to become a candidate for-the Re publican nomination as Secretary of State of Minnesota, I have decided, as a last resort, to announce my candidacy before they can 'show cause why I should hot run for ofi&e. 4*I have made my announcement sub ject to the approval Of the Hennepin county convention, both because it has been my home since nay moving here from Red Wing 23 years ago, and be cause I felt that it Hennepin should ap pear in the State convention with a practically united delegation, the effect would so daze that body that I would be nominated before the other State delegates coulil come to their senses again. "Iwsis born in Sweden, nearly forty years ago —biit I'didn'tselect that coun try as my birth place with the ulterior motive of becoming a Candidate for Sec retary of State of Minnesota, ever though I did start~for America before I could walk. My name was 'made in Sweden' also—and the spelling has no more to do with the noise that goes with it. than have the letters in .many Eng lish names. I .hand you herewith the 'key.' "During my two years as assistant Secretary qf State, 1901-02, I managed to absorb some ideas ab to what the du ties are, and thus I would at least be better off than \those. who have been elected without serving time in that institution. My other-public service coyers three years pri^r to the'above— and I have never folt inclined to de mand a 'perpetual franchise.' "If I am elected, I shall show W friendship for the State press by send ing them all the legal notices the State orders and pays for^'O. K.' their /vouch ers for the munificent remuneration allowed them by the prod igal legislature for ^publishing the law supplements and ship them all the pub lie documents on which they can pay. the express charges."' The Amanda Wrecked. Frank Bean, Robert Wray and Charles Johnson hall an exciting sailing expelri en oe ^ast Thtirsday. ^"1 n' tth'eir siailbbat the Amanda^ which had been newly rig ged up for fishing purposes, they left the harbor that morning intending to go to the reservation..: A strong north easter was blowing, but, anticipating no difficulty in beating their way against it, these reckless sailors put their little craft to the test. The. had not gone far out upon the heaving bosom of the great lake when they realized that it was usplefis to proceed and decided to re turn. But they failed to reach the har bor and were carried qn .up the lake at the will.of the wind. Reaching Cascade, fifteen miles distant, they attempted to land in the mouth of the. river. Altho the men got ashore safely and baved the fishing rig the b'oat was pounded to pieces on the rocks and is.a total loss. Roli of Honor. The following pupils halve been neith er absenc nor tardy during the past month: Albert Bally. Blanche Bally, William Bally, Myrtle Carter, l^artha Jalkey Mary Jaskey^ Rena Larson, Francis Le Sage, Peter LeSage,. Blanche Murphy Francis Murphy, Joe Murphy Thelma Titus. Blanche Murphyand Rena Xiar son have been neither absent nor tardy during the past seven months. The Debating Society. The next meeting of the Debating so ciety will be held at the school hou'se next Friday evening. The following is the program:. Music. Reading—Alden J. Laidlaw. Talk on current topics—L^U. CJ. Titus. Debate "Resolved that the liquor traffic should be conducted by the State through the dispensary system affir mative, Chris Murphy and Louis En gelson negative. John VV oods and 0. C. Monker. "My wife has mWe clothes than she knows what to do with yet she want? a new-style spring suit. What shall I do about it?" asked a newly wed townsman of ours of Ins' bachelor brother. "Let her rip," replied the brute man laconic alJy^.—Quentinf 1 1 WANTED. 1 /t4oes r' Few good homestead locators wanted FINNISH AMERLCAN LAND CO., ^200 Torrey "Bldg., -Dqluth, Minn. pf Nature's Indifference, Pur hitman conceit1 is such "that we realty fancy that we are of-paramount impprtance in the Universe. People ^haye^ got io Jget the idea into, their heads that Nature .cares* a& muph 'for tuberculosis,,jor. &n anthrax baclllus. for" a* cash grocer or ?a cphgaim and the beak Vearllnl: In Figlit Wltlioat Weapons. Old Epliraim Hiitfield, father'of Aii5?ri and Elias Hatfield, of McCoy-Hatfield feud notoriety, \vas'a born fighter. He vras al6o a mi^lrty lunter, and had one ambition. It Avas to kill a yearling bear in a fair fight without any weapons other than those nature provided him with, Every day that he felt especially strong he would go out witli his dogs aujd his boys, and, treeing a bear, would get him down -and fight him. When bruin would begin to'get the best of the. encounter, he-woSild call his boys to let loose the,dogs Year, after year passed and\Ephraim lad not yet whipped a bear. One day a fine yearling bear was treed, and as Cnffy was climbing to a place of safety old man Hatfield cut off apiece of the animal's tail with a quick blow of his knife, apd the bear came down. Ephraim threw his gun and knives to the boys and cried out: "He's a likely varmint. Stan .aside, boys, an v/atcb yo' clad. I'm comin, bar!" And he clntched the bear by the throat. The animal got its paws around Ephraim, and they fought, rolling in every direction, until it was almost im possible to distinguish man from beast in the cloud. The boys held the dogs and encQuraged the old man by shout in to "Gp it, pap 1 Yoii^ve got 'em! Give it to ?im, dad!" Dowii the hill the two rolled until they could roll no farther. "Let loose the dogs .'" shouted the old mau. "Let 'em loose!' The critter's got me!" But. the boyis thought the old man would never have a, better opportunity to realize his ambition and whip a year ling beiir^ and kept the dogs away, Finally Ephraim, seeing that he was not to have assistance, began to use his feet and hands with an energy born of de epair, and in half an hour he succeeded in choking the animal to death, but not until his clothes were torn to shreds and his face and body were covered, with gaping wounds, from which the blood flowed so freely that it left a crimson trail wherever the man went. Dragging the carcass out of the pit Ephraim start ed after the boys, and it would have fared roughly with them, but they' fled. The old man reached his' home and was almost dead from loss of blood, but his ambition had been realized—he had whipped a yearling bear in a'fair, fight. Tlio boys hid out in the woods for sev eral days, and would not return until iiheir father, whose joy at his success had got the better ef his pain and an ger, sent them word that he would not whip them if they returned. Hatfield uever wearied telling how he whipped1 it yearling bear, and his sons are equally oroii] of their father's achievement.— Cincinnati Enquirer. A GAME OF NINEPINS. -i-UUDcbuiiMilk» -BeliMdtd GerinanCriminal. j: In an imperial city lately a criminal was condemned to be beheaded who had a singular itching to play at ninepins. While his sentence wrs 'pronouncing'he had the temerity to offer a request to be peimitted to play once more at his favorite game'at the place (#f execution, and then he said he would submit without a murmur. As the last prayer uf a dying man his request was granted. When arrived at the solemn spot he found everything prepared, the pins being set up and the bowl ready. He played with no little earnestness, but' the sheriff at length, seeing that lie showed no inclination to .desist, privately erdeye^lJ)* executionei to strike tho fatal blow as he stooped for the bowl. The executioner did so, and the head drdpped into the culprit's hand as lie raised himself to see what had oc uurred. He immediately aimed at th« nine, conceiving that it was the bowl whicn ho grasped. All nine-falling, tht head lotully exclaimed, "I have won the game From the German. HU Aoconnt Witb Hli Dentist. Brown has the reputation of being one of tlie most miserly of men^bnt he plumes himself on his inexorable sense of justice. For 15 years he owed'a den tist $22 for filling-a front tooth with gold, refusing to pay it because he said the bill was exorbitant. The other day ,che filling came oat. He took the gold to a jewelry store and had It valued: Then lie wrote to the dentist and "in olu|ed a check for his account, based on the following .computation: /'Actual value Of the gold, $3.50 amount of labor^ which I deem liberal), $5 for use of the tooth 15 years, $o total, $18.50. return gold on ^ccount and inclose check for the balance^ $10,''—Washing ton Post ___________ Her Choice. A woman who has traveled largely Mn Japan mentioned in the course of lecture the fact that the Japanese lan gnage does not contain an impolite word hence there is no, swearing in that happy land. She also stated that osculation was an unlnown- pleasure. As the audience dispersed, commenting favorably upon different points^ an old woman remarked in a voice loud enough to^be heard by all, "Well, for my part, I prefer "a country where they kiss and ouss!"—Atlanta Constitution. The Diamond. s~ None can tell where the diamond goes to in combustion. Burn it, and it leaves no ash the flame is exterior like that Of a ^ork. and 'when it baa blazed itself put there remains not even so much aa Would dust the.antennai of a butterfly. "VAt Gibraltar during the most famous of its sieges,'the French commander, learning that. Elliot's inenvwere»suffeir-: Ing* from scurvy, sent them as a present a boatload of carrots. Excellent Table Service, Clean, bright and comtortable rooms. GRAND »ApB BROfr ^Q, Saw Mills QaagEdfers Under Nfyv Moitenicst. CarefulS ervice GRAND HOTEL. C. K. GREWAR, Prop. The leading hotel. The Popular place fot dinner parties* Grand Malrais, Minn. mm R. H. DOUGLAS, Licensed Pharmacist. General Drayage and Team Work. CHARGES REASONABLE. ALL KINDS OF BLACKSMITHING DONE. Louis E. M. Plante, prop. STAGE LINE: BETWEEN GRAND MARAIS AND GRAND PORTAGE I folldMcriijtione of your properties.% CAPITAL STOCK SURPLUS Lwnber Trimmer* Lath Machlaes BeMafMachlaes Sblnfle MfccUaes ftaaer & Matofecri DrifSaws Wood Saws R. R. howell & CO. Notice for Pabl ication. Department of the In terior. Land Office at Dnlath. Minn., Mar. 26 1806. Notice is hereby given /that the follow! ug named settler has filed Notice of his intention to make final-proof in sopport of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Car hart. U. S. Commissioner, at his office at Grand Marais, Minp., on May 15.1M6, -viz: Erick Leonard, who made H. E. No. 21269 for the lots 3 and 4 of section 19, TwjJ. ()0. N. range 2 west. ./-v He names .the following witnesses to prove his continnons residence upon and cultivation ot said land, viz: Abraham Massie.^Alex Bajambal, Oscar Lnn din, Fred Asplond. all of Lntsen.-Minn.' J. C. HEBMAN ENGEL, Kegietor. Timber Land, Actf nne 3,1878. Nofcicefor.Pab lication.—United States Land -Qffice, Dnluth Minn., March 19.1806. Notice is'hereby given that in compliance With the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,1878, entitled"An act for the sale of •limber land 3 in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Territory i" as extended to all the public Land States by act of. August 4,1892, Mary Paine, of Grfthd Marais, county of Cook, state ot Minnesota has this'daT filed in. this office her Bworn statement No. 10518 for the purchase of tfie neK" of se&, section- 31, .11%. of sw?4. 86% o£ of scctioli .'32. town ship No. 63 N., range 3 E., ana will offer proof to show that thei land sought more valu able for its timber or. stone than for agri cultural purposes, and to establish her claim to said land before C. H. Carhart, U: S. Com missioner, at 'his office at Grand 'Marais. Minn., on Friday, the 15th day of Juner1906. x^he name, as witnesses- TEdward Sterling, W1 lliam S. Moore: Fred R. Paine, John W. Mtnn. Any and all" Exchange on all parts of the world bought and scfld SAW MILL MACHINERY. fiabb/ all, of Grand Marais,: arsons 'Claiming adversely the above describe*} lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said l5th,day of June, 1906. J. C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register. Annual J,Mop" Fa jr.- Dating frotb mediaeval times, the annual Stratford-on-Vpn "}lop" fair took place/ recently and eight ^oxen and. fwelve pigsVere roasfed. at lop en fires in the streets tli'e, presence of. a^ecord .gatite^g^from'^aUV^M^^bf id an Grand Marais, Minn. DRUGS, MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES. Prescriptions carefully prepared all hours, day or night. Feed and Sale at Farm, Timber and Meadow Lands in Itasca, Aitkin, Cass, Crow Wing, Lake, St. Louis, Cook and all north ern counties. Send for free map of Minnesota with full list of lands and •description of ^Northern Minnesota. PRICES: $6 to Terms. 6 per cent. Will exchange clear lands for mortgaged or fore elosed farms and lands. Will p8j* cash for pine and hardwood timber lands. Want good retail agents in all parts of the Northwest. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. GRAND MARAIS. MINNESOTA. $15 w- D- acre. Easy WASHBURN, JR.J 201 GUARANTY BOG. BANK $10,000 2,500 •Miifaohii'ofc Foll Line off Up4o-Oata Saw Kill Machinery. Wrtto fpp our Cakalogue B, Fr^a Ift will pay you. Engines Boilers Shafting Tracks AUG. J. JOHNSON & CO., Grand Marais, Cook Co., Minn. Notice of Application for Liqiuor Li I- cense. State of 'Minnesota, Colmty of Cook, Village of Grand Marais, ss. Notice is hereby given that application has been made in writing-to the Village Council of said Village of Grand Marais and filed in my oflice, prayingf for License to.SelMntoxicatingLiquors for the lerm commencing on 18ch of April, 1906, and ter mitiati ng on 17th of-^pri lv-1907, by the fol lowing person, and at the following tlace as stated in said application, to-wit:r- John Johnson, at the ground floor, 'front room on, th'e west- sid6" of the two-sjory frame building, situated, on th6 Southerly enrd of Lots Nineteen and Twenty.-in:Block Fouty-six, in the Village of Grand Marais, Minnesota. Said application will be heard and de terminecf by .said Village Council of tlie Village of Grand Marais, Minnesota,--.at the Council Chamber in the.said Village of Grand Maraiis in3ook County, and-State of Minnesotai onMonday, the 16th day, of April, A.-D. .1906, at ^.o'clock p. xn.j of that fitness my. hand ana seal of the Village of Grand MaTaisrthis--30th day of March,' 2 Mc ALPINE, Recorder.^ \4 urate Bars Feed Mill* Horse Powera RSinn. For 1,000 Families on Good Farm Laads -IN COOK pOUNTY. Where the wealth and beauty of nature abound. Most fertile soil—adabtable to all (Trains and vegetables—well watered by thousands of smalMakes and streams. At 85 an acre a-nd up*- On easy terms. Plenty of wood. Best water on earth. On the north shore of majestic Lake Superior, the home of the'famous lake trout. For particulars, address -V Vi 1!