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THE COOK COUNTY HERALD
En tared at the Postoffice at ttrand Marais,
Mum,, as second class mail matter.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Oftiicial. County and Village Paper.
CHRIS MURPHY. S. C. MURPHY,
Publisher Editor.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 13 1906.
The primary election law is not per­
fect but haven't you often noticed tlia\
loudest complaints come from those who
like the old go-as-you-please way better
—who do not favor any sort of state
control of the primaries?
A man named John Johnson will be
the Hocia 1
-Democra fc candidate for
governor this fall. With John A. John­
son as the Democratic candidate and
John Johnson as the Social-Democratic,
voters will have to be mighty careful
that they do not marke for the man they
don't want. The Republican state com­
mittee disavows any responsibility for
this sharp political trick, and promises
to heartely cooperate with the friends of
(TOV.
Johnson in getting the matter
thoroughly explained to the people of
the state.
•John Dwan. of Two Harbors, has
been tendered the nomination for at­
torney general on the Democratic ticket
to fill the vacancy caused by the resig­
nation of the regular nominee, Refer
ing to the selection the Two Harbors
Iron News, (Republican says:
"While an election is improbable, it is
a distinction which meets the approval
of our people, and the committee is to
be congratulated on its selection. John
is a bred-in-the-bone Democrat, an
able attorney, and a mighty good citizen.
If through one of these unexpected
turns of the wheel he might be elected,
the state will have a creditable official."
Being that, as the News says, an
election is improbable, Mr. Dwan's well
known ability and popularity will win
him many votes in this neek of the
woods, in spite of his plitics.
Water at Meals.
Water taken with meals should be
sipped as well as taken sparingly.
Ice water should be taken as seldom
as possible never would be a better
rule. And the habit of putting
chipped ice in the drinking water is
to be avoided, as one never knows
what may be taken into the stomach
through this medium. The better way
is to fill bottles with water and allow
them to stand beside ice to chill.
Stole Prison Socks.
Says a South African newspaper:
"An amusing case occurred in the
magistrate's court at Durban lately,
when a recently discharged convict
was charged with stealing his prison
socks. The accused alleged that he
forgot to change them when dis­
charged, but was returned to prison
for another month."
Lacking in Style.
Tailpr (standing off and inspecting
him)—You don't like that evening
suit? Why, my dear sir, the fit is ab­
solutely perfect, every line.
Cholly—I know it. It fits me too
well. The other chaps will say I
couldn't possibly have had it made
to order.—Chicago Tribune.
Gout in England.
Strange effects have strange causes
—what gave most English families of
the upper class the gout was the treaty
that brought in the heavy wines of
Portugal, much too' heavy for use in
this climate.—Dr, Emil Reich, in Lon­
don Lecture.
Fish Salad.
Mix with chopped fish an equal
quantity of cut celery, chopped cab­
bage or- shredded lettuce. Three salt
anchovies chopped with a dozen
papers may be added before mixing in
the dressing.
Hats and Coiffures.
Paris milliners deserve to be com­
plimented on the success of their ef­
forts this season, for the new shapes
are not only prettier but promise to
be more generally becoming than those
of last season. But the hat is still
identified with the coiffure, and the
latter must absolutely conform to the
hat if the tout ehsemble is to be sue
cesstui.
Mourning Cards.
Cards may be sent in response to
written messages of condolence. They
are the size of the calling card, have
mourning borders, and are inclosed in
envelopes to fit. also black-bordered.
Stationery is not so heavily bordered
as formerly.
Maple Gingerbread.
One cup maple syrup two cups of
flour, one-half teaspoonful salt, one
teaspoonful soda, one cup sour cream,
one egg, one teaspoonful ginger. Add
the soda to the cream when it foams
add the eggs well beaten, then the
maple sirup, salt and ginger. Last
add the flour. Bake in a quick oven
Cream Cake.
One cup of maple sugar, one egg,
one-half teaspoonful salt, one cup sour
cream, 4% cups of flour, one teaspoon­
ful, soda. Add the soda to the cream,
when it foams add the egg well
LINCOLN'S ELOQUENCE.
Karljr R«patott«a m4
Story Taller.
One man iu Gentry vi lie, Ind. a Mr.
Joues, the storekeeper, todk a Louisville
paper, and here Lincoln went resnlarly
to read and discuss its contents. All the
men and boys of the neighborhood gath­
ered theire, and everything which the
paper related was .subjected to their
keen, shrewd common .sense. It was not
long before young Lincoln became the
favorite member of the group and tlm
one listened to most eagerly. Politics
Ivas warmly discussed by these Gentry
ville citizens, and it may be that sitting
on the counter of Jones' grocery Lin­
coln even discussed slavery. It certainly
was one of the live questions of Indiana
at that date.
Young Lincoln was not only wihning
in these days in the Jonee' grocery store
a reputation as a debater and story tell­
er, bnt he was becoming known as a kind
of backwoods orator. He oould repeat
with effect all the poems, and speeches
in his various school readers, be oould
imitate to perfection the wanderinp
preachers who came to Gentry vi He, and
he could make a political speech so stir
ring that he drew a crowd about hin
every time he mounted a stump. The
applause he won vtas sweet, and fre­
quently he indulged his gifts when he
onglit to have been at -work—so thought
his employers and Thomas, bis father.
It was trying, no doubt, to the hard
pushed farmers to see the men whe
ought to have been cutting grass oi
chopping wood throw down their sic­
kles or axes to group around a boy when­
ever he mounted a stump to develop a
pet theory or repeat with' variations
yesterday's sermon. In his fondness foi
speechmaking he attended all the trials
of the neighborhood and frequently
walked 15 miles to Booneville to attend
court.
He wrote as well as made speeches,
and some of his productions were even
printed through the influence of his ad­
miring neighbors thus a local Baptist
preacher was so struck with one of
Abraham's essays on temperance that
he sent it to Ohio, -where it appeared in
some local paper. Another article, on
"National Politics," so pleased a law­
yer of the vicinity that he declared tbv
"world couldn't beat it."—Ida M. Tar
bell in McClure's Magazine.
ENGLISH STREET DOCTORS.
They Make a Good Living Peddling Their.
All Curing: PHI®.
"Yes, guv'nor, some on us make a
lot o' money at street doctorin, an some
on us dOn'r," said a medical practition­
er, as he styled himself, to a newspaper
man who -was passing along the White
chapel road. The street doctor in ques­
tion was one of those who could afford
a horse and trap, decorated with gor­
geous colors.and elaborate lamps, and
an assistant, who helped to pull out
teeth and hand pills and medicine to
purchasers.
"In my case, I am glad to say I make
something out of the business. But you
can't do anything with it unless you've
plenty of cheek. It's cheek as does it,,
and no mistake. I guess I makes on an
average durin the summer season, in
Whitecbapel an at country fairs, at
least £6 a week. Sometimes I makes
much more. At Oldham I once drew £8
a day. I was sellin a compound pill,
warranted to cure anything, except bro­
ken limbs. But I knew a man who did
even better than this. He once had r.
week durin the summer of 1894 when
he made £10 each day.
"Wetweather is a bad time for us, a&
then nobody ventures out to buy. I've
sometimes only drawn threepence in si
day, an all this time had the expense
of a man an trap to stand. I remem
ber once inakin only three an six for
two weeks rnnnin.
"Of course there is a lot o' profit in
the business. My pills aren't dear, an
as I sell them at a penny each, or a sliil
lin a box, you can see there's plenty o'
money to bo made in the business.:'—
London Correspondent.
The Bill
l§at-r
en, next the sugar and salt, last ^the
flour. Bake la 4 quick oven.*
Wm
Paid.
McRad and his wife weie going over
their business ledger one evening, con­
templating the overdue accounts which
its pages revealed, and reluctantly ac­
knowledging that many of them would
have to be written off as bad.
"What'llye daeaboot this ane?" said
McRad mournfully. "Here's twa pund
aucht shillings for a coat and vest been
owin by Elder Doolittle since Martin­
mas last. I'm fearin we'll no get the
money.''
"Weel, I'm no sae sure," replied his
wife. "Leave me to try onyhoo."
Accordingly, the next Sabbath morn­
ing, when the collection was taken up,
Mrs. McRad dropped the elder's "little
bill," neatly folded up, into the plate,
and before the week was over the amount
was'paid.
"Kirsty, woman," said McRad joy
fnlly, "marriage may be a lottery, but
I'm thinkin I've drawn a prize."—
Pearson's Weekly.
Human life Always Seek* Its Xevel.
Human life, which is fluid and not
fixed, is like other fluids in seeking a
level. It has always done this in times
past and has not rested till it has found
the level of equality in some. place or
other. It once found this in classes, and
these became confluent with the -grain
al effect of time on their borders and
flowed into orders*larger and vaster.
At last the larger expanses have begun
to .' burst their bounds and to ine^t in
.the immeasurable level of Equality of so­
ciety.—From" Equality as the Basis of
Good Society," by W. D. Howells, in
Century.
Jbi all the affairs of life let it be your
great care not to hurt your, mind or of­
fend your judgment. And this rule, if
observed carefully in all your deport­
ment, will be a mighty security to you
In your undertakings. —Epictetus.
Oytr 2,000 patent* hare b«en linod
Unilad Statarfoc Ibaiuaiiiifac'
Notice for Publication. Department of the
Interior, Land Office at paluth, Minn,. Oct.
11, 1006.
Notice Is hereby given that Bov M. Prytz of
Tomsonite, Minn., has filed notice of his inten­
tion to make final. commutation proof in sup­
per tof his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No:
222$), made uly 19,1908, for the mirJi of Section
It), Township fil N„ Range W, 4th P. M., and
that said proof will be made before O. H. Car
hart. U. S. Commissioner, at bis office,at Grand
Marais, Minn., on Nov. 13,1906.
He names the following witnesses to prove hig
eontinuoun residence upon, and cultivation of,
the land, viz:
Napoleon Lepage, Mack N. ltalston, Olof
Severeon and Henry Flaaten, all of Tomsonite,
Minu.
10-13 J. €. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE
AFTER MATURITY.
Notice is hereby given that default has
been made in the conditions of a certain
mortgage containing a power of sale,
executed by John T. Horan, unmarried,
as mortgagor to William C. Sherwood as
mortgagee, dated the 28nd day of August.
A. D. 1905, and recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Cook County.
State of Minnesota, on the 22«d day of
August. A. D. 1905, at the hour of 8' o'clock
and 30 minutes in the forenoon of said
day, In Book "B" of Mortgage Records, at
page 31# thereof, and tbat said default con­
sists of the non-payment of 8155.35 of the
principal sum and interest thereon when
due, as secured by said mortgage, and
tbat there is due and payable at the date
of this notice upon said mortgage and the
debt secured thereby the sum of One
Hundred aud fifty-nine and 15-100 (159.15)
Dollars and that no action or proceeding
has been instituted to recover said debt
secured by said mortgage or any part
thereof
And- therefore, tbat by virtue of said
power of sale in said mortgage contained,
and pursuant to the- statute in such case
made and provided, the said mortgage
will be foreclosed and the land and premi­
ses described therein and covered-thereby.
situated, lying and being In the County of
Cook, State of Minnesota, and described as
follows, to-wit: East half (H) of North­
east quarter (ii) and North half ('/a) of
Southeast quarter (J4) of Section Three (3)
»n Township Sixty (60) North, Range Two
(2) West, will be sold at public auction, to
the highest bidder therefor, for cast), by
the sheriff of said Cook County, to satisfy
and pay the amount which shall then be
due on said debt so secured by said mort­
gage and taxes, if any, and the sum of
Twenty-five Dollars, stipulated in said
mortgage, as attorney's fees, and the
costs and expenses of these foreclosure
proceedings as allowed by law and that
the said sale will be made at the front
door of the court house in the Village of
Grand Marais in said Cook County, State
of Minnesota, at th? hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, on Monday, the 26th day
of November, 1906, subject to redemption
at any time within one year from said day
of sale, as provided by law.
WILLIAM. C. SHERWOOD,
Mortgagee.
Dated the 6th day of October. A. D. 1906.
S. L. SMITH,
Attorney for William 0. Sherwood,
10-13, Mortgagee, Duluth. Minn.
PUBLIC SALE
Of Absolute Property of the State.
Under Sections 936, 937 and 938
Chapter 11. Revised Laws 1905.
An
otlce is hereby given that 011 the
Twelfth (12) day of November, 1906, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at the office of the
County Auditor in the Court house at
Grand Marais, Minnesota, all tracts or
tareels of land sold tor taxes in Cook
Jounty, to which the State has acquired
title, under the provisions of Chapter
Eleven (11), Revised Laws of Minnesota.
1905, and amendments thereto, remaining
unredeemed, will be offered at public sale.
Every tract or parcel will be sold for cash
to the person bidding the highest price
offered therefor, which shall not. be less
than the amount of taxes, penalties,
interest and costB charged against it.
Provided, however, that those tracts
which were bid inTfor the State at the
regular annual tax sale In 1901,, for the tax
of 1899, and in all years prior thereto, on
which the aggregate taxes, penalties,
interest and costs exceeds the cash value
thereof, may be disposed of for a sum not
less than the amount of the taxes charged
against each tract, excluding the penal­
ties, interest and costs.
Owners ^or interested parties may re­
deem their property by paying the full
amount due to the County Treasurer at
any time before sale has been made to an
actual purchaser.
After the Notice of Expiration of Re­
demption has been served as provided in
Section 956, Revised Laws 1905, the Gover­
nor is authorized to issue a deed in the
name of the State to the person entitled
thereto. (Section 938 R. L.) Immediate
payment to the County Treasurer is re­
quired. The sale will begin at the time
and place named above and continue from
day to day until every tract or parcel
shall have been offered for sale. The
County Auditor of Cook County is hereby
authorized and directed to conduct said
sfcle. A list of said real property is now
on file in the offices of the County Auditor
and State Auditor.
Dated St. Paul, Minn., October 1st. 1906.
S. G. IVERSON.
[Seal! State Auditor.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.—Notice for
Publication. United 8tates Land Office, Du­
luth, Minn., Sep. 29, 1906.
Notiee is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June 3,187$, entitled
k*An
act for the sale oftim-
ber lands th the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory," as extend­
ed to all the Public Laud SHtes by act of Aug
4,1892, Inga Berg, of Grand Marais, county
Cook, state of Minnesota, has this day filed in
this office her sworn statement No. 11,120, for
the purchase of the se4 of neW section 20, in
in township 62 N. range 1E. 4th P. M. and will
offer proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes, and to establish her claim to
said land before C. H. Carhart, U! S. Commis
sioner, at his office at Grand Marais, Minn., on
Fridiy, the 14th day of December,
1906.
Bhe names as witnesses:
'William Howenstine, Peder M. Berg, Swamp­
er Carriboo and Olof M. Fredrickson. all of
Grand Marais, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said 14th
day of December. 1906.
10-8 J. C. HERMAN ENG EL, Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.—Notice for
Publication. United States Land Office, Du­
luth. Minn., Sep. 29, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act ol Congress of
June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of
timber land in the States ot California. Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory." as extend­
ed to all the Public Land States by act of Aug­
ust i, 1892, Aldeu J. Laidlaw. of Maynara,
county of Chippewa, state ol Minnesota, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement
No. 11,126, for the purchase of the n% of swk,
nw&of seM. swii of ne'4 of section in town­
ship 63 north, range 3 west 4th P. M., and will
offer proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for agri­
cultural purposes, ahd to establish his claim to
said land before C. H. CarhartrU. 8. Commis­
sioner. at his office at Grand Marais, Minn., on
Monday, the 14th day of anuaiy, 19W.
He names as witnesses: *,
John W. McKinley, Wm Howenstine and
Swamper Carriboo.!all of Grand Marais. Minn,
Otto Dahleen of Maynard. MinD,
Any and all person* claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims In this office'on or before said 14th day
of January, 1907,
10-6 JVC. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
HandworK.
Drawn work as a trimming for tow­
els olfera numerous possibilities to the
woman who cfin do it well, and so
does embroidery work. Both Irish and
German embroidery kre popular. All.
embroidery is of the variety known aft
blind and the designs are not too elab­
orate.
',,
Nails in Ink Bottle.
Ink will not corrode pens bit
of iron (nails or tacks will do) 1#
No. 938 10-0
NOTICE OP EXPIRATION OF, RE
DEMPTION PERIOD.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COtJNTY
of Cook—ss.
To F. AV. MuKinney:
Take notice that the following descrlb
&d O»ece- orparcel of land, situated in said
Cook County and State of Minnesota: viz:'
An undivided oueVfourth interest in the
north-east quarter
vof:south-east
wl£lV,ess,!my
quarter
section 35, township 66, range -t west, was
on .the. 8th day of May, A. D. 1900, sold, for
the sum of tour dollars and. fifty cents
pursuant to a real estate tax judgment
entered in the District Court in the
Counties of Lake and Cook, oii the 21st
day of March, 1900, in proceedings to
enforce payment of taxes upon' real
estate which became delinquent in and
prior to the year 1897 for said Cook
county,' That the amount required
to redeem said lands
trom such (tale is. at.dale hereof, the sum
ot seven dollars and sixty-nine
cents, lu addition to the amount above
stated as necessary to redeem from
said sale, the eos.ts to accrue upon
tins notice and such interest as
may accrue from and after this
date must be paid and* the time with­
in which said lands can be redeemed
from S|Ud sale will expire sixty days after
service of this notice and proof thereof
has beeti filed in the office of the Couiity
Audi tor of said Cook county.
hand ahd official seal this
24th day of April, A. D. 1906.
(Seal.) T.I. CARTER,
County -Auditor,
Cook County. Minnesota.
No. 937 ,o_6
NOTICE OP EXPIRATION OF REDEMP­
TION PERIOD.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY
of Cook—ss.
To F. W. McKinney:
Take notice that the following described
piece or parcel of land, situated in
said Cook County, State of Minnesota,
viz:
An undivided one-fourth interest in
the south-east quarter of south-east
quarter aud in north-east quarter of
south-west Quarter iii section 86, town­
ship 65, range 4 west, was on the 8th dav of
May, A. D. 1900, sold
for the sum of ten dollars
oursuant to a real estate tax judgment
entered in the District Court in the
Counties of Lake ahd Cook, on the 21st
day of March, 1800,' in proceedings to
to enforce payment of taxes upon real
estate which became delinquent in ana
prior to the year 189? for said Cook
County. That the amount required to
redeem said lands from such sale,
is, at date hereof, the sum of
seventy-one dollars and ten
cents. In addition to the amount
above stated as necessary to redeem
trom said sale the costs to accrue upon
this notice and such interest as may ac­
crue from and after this date
must be paid and the
time within which said lands can be
redeemed from said sale will expire sixty
days after the service of. this notice
and proof thereof has been filed in the of­
fice of the County Auditor of said Cook
County.
Witness my hand and official seal this
24th day of April, A. D. 1906.
l^eal.) T. I. CARTER,
County Auditor,
Cook County. Minnesota.
Timber Land, Act .lune a. 1878.—Notice .'for
Publication.—United States Land Office, Du­
luth, Minu.. Aug. I. 1906.
Notice is hereby given tliat in compliance with
the provisions of the act Of Congress of .1 nne 3,
1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber
lands in the States of California. Oregon.
Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended
Public Land States by act of August 4.
1892, John y/. Babb, of Grand Marais, county of
Cook, state of Minnesota, has this day filed in
this office his sworn statement No. 10,973, for
the purchase of the ne& of swVi of
section 4, in township (& north, range a west
and will offer proof to shew tbat the land
sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than-for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said land before C. H.
Carhart. U. 8. Commissioner, at his office at
G/and Marais, Miun., on^.Tnesday, the liltn day
of November, 1906. if
He names as witnesses:
Axel Berglund, Olof M. Fredrickson, John W.
McKinley and Gust L. Peterson, all of Grand
Marais, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 13th day
of Movember, 1906.
9-1 C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
Timber Land Act, June3,1878 Notice for Pub
lication.—United States Land Office. Duluth,
Miun Sept. 10,1906.
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 tim­
ber lands in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington Territorv."as extend­
ed to all the Public Land States bv act of Aug­
ust 4. 1892, Joseph C. Mishler' of Duluth,
county of St. Louis, state of Minnesota, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement
No. 11,094, tor the purchase of the sw?4 of nw!a
w% of swJ4 and seM of sw^i of section 5
in township 60 N.. range 3 W. 4th P. "M., aud
will offer proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable for its timber or store than
to* agricultural purposes, ai\d to establish
his claim to said land before the Register and
Receiver of this office at Duluth, Minn., on
Wednesday, the 23rd day of January, 1907.
He names as witnesses:
John P. Rossman of Duluth, Minn..'W. J.
Wheeler of Superior, Wis., James Server of
Duluth, Minn.
Anyang all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims iu this office on or before said 23rd day
of January, 1907.
10-6 J. C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
Timber Land*. Act June 3, 1878.—Notice for
Publication.—United States Land Office, Du
luth, Minn., August 8.1906.
Notice is hereby given that in compliancc
with the provisions of the act of .Congress of
June3, 1878, entitled "An act for the"sale of
timber lands in the States of California. Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory," as exten­
ded to all the Public Land States by act of
August 4, 1892. Bert Ames, of Rhinelander,
county of Oneida, state of Wisconsin, has this
•!ay filed in this office his sworn statement No.
11,001, for the purchase of lot 4 and e% of neH
of section 13 iu township 64, north
range 4 W. 4th P. M. and will
oner proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable for its timber or stone than
for. agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said land beiore the register and
receiver of this office at Duluth, Minn., on
Friday, the 14th day of December, 1906.
He names as witnesses
JohnF. Segog. J. Roy Bell and Frank John
son. all of Duluth, Minn., B. L. Horr of Rhine
lander, Wis,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file
their claims in this office on or before said 14th
day of December, 1906.
cla
mB
J. G. HERMAN ENGEL,
10-6 Register.
Timber Land, Act June 8, 1878.—Notice for
Publication. United States Land Office, Du­
luth,. Minn., June 22, 1906.
Notice is hereby, given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act, of Congress ef
June 3^1878, entitled, "An act for the sale of
timber lands in the States oi California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory,?' as exten­
ded to all the Public Land States bv act of
August 4,1892, Ida M. Jauss .of St. Paul, county
of Ramsey,. State of Minnesota, has this day
filed ins this office his sworn' statement No.
10,856, tor the purchase of lots 3 amd 4 section,
7. township 63 north, range 3 east, e^ ofsekof
section 12, in township 63 N., range 2 E 4th P.M.
and« will offer proof to show.' that
the land sought'is more valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to .establish his claim toV said land before
the'register and receiver of this office at. Duluth,
on Thursday, the 24th day of January,
He names as witnesses:
MajorC. Wilson of Bemidji, Minn., De Wil
dais Berry and Daniel Pfaff of St. Paul, Minn.,
Hans J. Kasper of Hovland, Minn.
1
Any, anji all persons claiming adversely the
ahove-d&Cribed landB are requested to file their
in thlsoffice-on or
.before said 24th dav
of January, 1907.
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H. L. Shepherd, Atty. \j
Duluth, Minn.
1013 J. 0. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
For Chapped '3Xa*ids.K
Notice fort Publication.: Department of the In
tenor. Land Office at Duluth, Minn., Sept. 28
Notice is hereby given that Mary G. McDoh
ough oi, Tomsonite. Minn., has filed notice of
.per intention to -mage final, commutation proof
fce made before cJ H7bafhiutr*urs.
POommh^
sibner, at his office iit Grand Marais, Minn., OD
Nov. 13, 1906.
She names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultivation
of the land, viz:
Henry Delorior, Napoleon Lepage. Victor Te
boand Dier fteynolds, all of Tomsonite, Minn
10-6
JVC. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
Notice for Publication. Department of the
Interior, Land Office at Duluth, Minn., Hapt.
Notice is hereby given that the following
namedvsettler has tiled notice of her intention to
make final _proof in support of her claim and
that said proof will be made before C. II. (Jar
hart, U. S. Comihissioner, at his office at Grand
Marais, Minn., on Nov. 13, 1906, viz: Hilda \1.
Benson, who made homestead entry 15,379
for the ne'4 section 15, township «l north, ranee
1 W. 4th P. M.
She names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon' and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Alfred Freebtfrg, Edward John&on. Olcf
1» rearicksen. Axel Berglund and Gilbert Moe.
all of Grand Marais, Minn.
10-6 J. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.—DEPART
ment of the Interior, Land Office at Dulnth
Mmn,, Sept. 25, 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 C. H. Car
hart, U.S. Commissioner, at his office at Grand
Marais, Minn., on Nov. 13, 1906. viz:
Jesse R. King, who made homestead entry
No. 20,493. for the se'4 section 12, township 60
N., range 3 AY. 4th P. M.
1
Ke names the fot lowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Abraham Massie, Alexander liejambal, Erick
Leonard and Joseph Magill. ail of Lut.sen,
Minn.
10-6 .1. C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register,
Notice for Publ ication
terior.
25, 1006.
A
!Neil
Department of the In-
terior. Land Office at Dulnt.h(. Minn.. Sept,
Notice is hereby, given that the followiug
namea settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before (J. H. Car
hart. U. S. Cpmmissioner. at his office at Grand
Marais, Minn., on Nov. 13, 1906, viz:
Mack
Ralston, who made homestead
entry No. 21.388. for the a1/, of se*4. set, of se^
section 13, township 61 N-. range 2 W. 4th P. M.
He names the lollowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
ot said land, viz:
Napoleon Lepage, Olof Severson, Marv-S.
Bunnell and Henry Delorior, all of Tomsonite.
Minn,
10-6 J. C. HERMAN ENCi EL. Register.
Notice for Publication. Department of the
Interior, Land Office at Duluth, Minn Sept.
«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 C. H. Car
hart, U. S. Commissioner, at his office at Grand
Marais, Minn., on Nov. 13, 1906, viz:
Thomas Johnson, who made homestead entrv
No. 21,651, for the n»/2 of ne.l4, el4 of nwii section
34. township 62 N.. range 2 K. 4th P. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz:
.lames A. Kinney, John NilsoD. William S.
Moore and Charles W, Johnson, all of Gaand
Marais, Minn.
10-6 J. C. HERMAN ENGEL. Register.
Notice for Publication. Department of the
Interior, Land Office at Duluth, Minn., Sept.
29, 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 C. H. Car
hart, U. S Commissioner, at his office at. Grand
Mnrais, Minn., on Dec. 14,1906, viz:
Charlie L. Miller, who made homestead entry
iNo. 21,717. for the e}/, of seVi, seM of neJi section
35, township 62 N., range 2 E ne!4 of neii sec
tion 2, tpwnshio 61 N.. range 2 E 4th P. M,
He names the following witnesses toL'prove
his continuous residence upon- and cultivation
of said land, viz:
Peter" E. Aim, John Nils_on, Carl Baeketrom.
John Massman and Charles" Bayle, all of Grand
Marais, Minn
10-6 .1. C. HERMAN ENGEL. Register.
Notice for Publication. Department of the In­
terior, Land Office at Duluth, Minn., Oct. 2,
1906.
Notice is hereby given 'that Olefina Flaaten.
of Tomsonite, Minn., has filed notice of his
intention to make final commutation proof in
support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No.
21,130, made Nov. 3, 1904, for the e'/j of nwM.
nl4 of neVi section 35, township 61 N., range 2
W. 4th P.M. and that said proof will be made
before C. H. Carhart U. S. Commissioner, at
his office at Grand Marais, PMinn., on Nov. 13.
1906,
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of the land, viz:
Jens Flaaten, Henry Flaaten, Dier Reynolds.
John Marshall and Mack Ralston, all of Tom­
sonite, Minn,„
10-6 J.-fc. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
Notice for Publication. Department of the In­
terior, Land Office at Duluth. Minn., Oct. 2,
1906.
N otice is hereby given that August Bmnes of
Hovland. Minn., has filed notice of his inten­
tion to make final five year proof in support of
his claim, viz: Homestead entry No .15,002,.
made August 21,1901, for the el/2 ofneH section
23. w'4 of nwM section 24. township 62 N., range
3 E. 4th P. M. and that said proof will be,made
before C. H. Carhart, U. S. Commissioner, at
hist office at Grand Marais, Minn., on Nov. 13
1906.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
the land, viz:
Martin Jacobson, Adolph S. Carlson, Emil
Eliasen apd Peter Johnson, all of Hovland,
Minn.
1016 J. C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register,
Notice for Publication. Department of the In­
terior, Land Office at! Duluth, Minn., Sept. 29,
1906.
Notice is hereby given that Ora. P. Smart of
Gunfliat, Minn., has filed notice of his intention
to make final five year proof in support of his
claim, viz: Homestead entry No, 18,891, made
April 17.1901, for the se% of seJ4 section 11, nM
of neH section 14, nwM of nw?4 of sectioh 13,
township 64 north, range 8 W. 4th P. M., anci
that said proof will be made before C. H. Car­
hart. U.
S. Commissioner, at his office at Grand
Marais,, Minn., on Nov. 13. 1906.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous ]residence upon and cultivation
of the land. Viz:
John N. Keefe. Frank Gustnfgbn, Robert P.
Frye and George Plumsner.
10-6 J. C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register
Notice for Publication. Departmeut of the In­
terior, Land Office at Duluth, Minn., Sept.
25, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make nnal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before C. H.
Carhart. U1. 8. Commissioner, at Jiis office at
Grand Marais Minn., on Nov. 13. 1906./viz: Na­
poleon Lepage, who made homestead entry No.
20.520, for the ne^ section 24. township 61
north, range 2 W. 4th P. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land .viz: \.
Mary S. Bunnell. Olof Seven.on Mack Neil
Ralston and Henry Delorior, all of Tomsonite,
Minn.
10-6 J. C. HERMAN ENGEL Register.
Notice for Publication. 'Department of the In­
ferior, .Land Office at /Duluth, Minu: Sept.
'iffit.igOfl.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named, settler has filed notice.of his inteQtion
to make final proof in support .of his claim and
that said Droof will be made before Gar
hart, U. S, Commissioner, at his office at Grand:
Marais, Minn.. on Nov. 13,1906, viz:
Mary S. Bunnell, who |made homestead entry
No. 20.787, -for the ett'.oftswfe section 13, e% of
nw^.of section 24, township (1 north, range 2
«h p. M.
He names the following.
..Witnesses-to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivationof
4f said land, viz:
Napoleon Lepage, Olof Severson,- Mack fceil
iRalston and Henry Delorior, all of iTomsonite,.
Minn. 0.
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