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THE COOK COUNTY HERALD
Entered at the Postottice at Grand Marais,
Minn., as second class mail matter.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Oftiicial County and Village Paper.
CHRIS MURPHY. \S. C. MURPHY.
Publisher. Editor,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 24, 1906.
It is easier for a high tariff to create
trusts than for low tariffs to kill tkenp.
Why can't financiers
fix
of us can issue "emergency currency"
when we get hard lip.
A news dispatch says that a father of
thirty-three children lives in a work­
house. The ungrateful kids.
From the messages that came nncler
the pond it appears that Mr. Hearst had
Europe pretty badly frightened, too.
The trusts are not likely to lose rery
much by raising wages since they con­
trol the cost of living and, in fact, the
cost of dying, too.
The Kansas farmer is always in trou­
ble. This year liis ears of corn are too
long for the sheller. Kansas always haff
her special troubles.
Secretary Bonaparte designates the
rusts as ''hogs in a pen." But they are,
hard to put in a pen and it. seems still
harder to keep them there.
A Chicago man filed suit for $100 the
other day, but when he learned that it
was to be tried before a jury of women
he marked it down to $99.98.
After producing a half million bales
of icotton Oklahoma went Democratic.
She evidently got the wronjjr tip as to
whom she owes her prosperity.
Hetty Green says she is-a quaker and
believes in keeping the Ten Command­
ments and the Golden Rule. And that
»e not all Hetty believes in keeping.
A bank wrecker with a two years jail
term to serve and a fine of $10,000 to
pay, is another good example of the
Ohio idea of punishment of offenders
higher up.
As we are not doing business in the
South' American style, Mr. Roosevelt
left the country feeling sure that on his
return from Pajiama he will find his job
just where he left it.
A woman 113 years old, of Clarion,
Pa., smokes her pipe and is a constant
reader of the bible. Whereupon the
chronic smoker reflects that if the bible
did her no harm, neither did the pipe.
Count Boni's objection to a divorce
from the late Jay Gould's daughter
would hardly be so pronounced if it
were not so difficult to get another wife
who will also serye as a visible means of
support.
WANTED
Men to Work in the
Lnmber Woods.,
Highest wages paid and best of accom­
modations. Camps miles north of
Lutsen, Minn.
LUTSEN LUMBER, TIE AND
ll-23-4t POST COMPANY.
Camping Out at Home.
The amount of rugged strength that
would be added by a "course'^of three
months in a tent would defy the dis­
sipation of the rest of the year. Since
science found the curative properties
of open air for tubercular tendencies
the application of the remedy has
been wide, and the positive benefits of
it have been so great and immediate
that the only wonder is that the cus­
tom has not spread more rapidly. It
is a "return to nature" in a literal and
simple sense that bears healing,on its
wings. It is 'camping out" at home
and getting pretty nearly all of the
benefit of a trip to the wild woods,
with none of the discomforts or loss of
time.
Proper View of Poll Tax.
Th£ town of Henrietta, N.f.Y., takes
propter view of the poll tax and the
•duty of its. collection. Two citizens
there who declined to pay their fl
poll tax were arrested and sentenced
fto jail for sixty days. Declaring at
first that they would rot in jail before
-they would pay a cent, the two finally
settled for the tax and costs by paying
10.35 and $11.55, respectively. That
Js a good example for easygoing New
York state.
BANK STATEMENT.
Bank No. 338.
Statement of the condition?of Cook County
State Bank, at Grand .Marais, Mian., at the
close of business on Nov.* 12, u0(i.
I)at« of call by Sunt.. Nov. 14,1906.
Date of report by Bank. Nov. 2o W'
liKSOURCES.
Loans and discounts.. $ 34.111 7a
Overdrafts
Other bonds, stocks and securities...
Banking house, furniture and iix
tares
Other rea
1 estate
Doe from banks S-2.026 8
Checks and cash items 1,508 52
('ash on hand (Items below) 2,372 55
Currency $ 1.164 00
Gold 545 0ft
Silver 663 1JV
Other 40
l'otal cash assetR ..
Other resources
Total
it so that any
Capital stock
Surplus fund—
Undivided profits, net.
Notes rediscounted....
Deposits subject to check.. $ 2#
Demand certificates
Certified checks
Cashiers checks
237 22
3.732 62
5,196 65)
6.885 39
$5,007 75 *,907 75
1,054 40
.$ 57,125 80
LIABILITIES.
.$ 10
.000 00
.500 00
310 34
,50ft 00
,274
:u
310
237
Total immediate liabilities, $ 29,854 33
Time cert ifieates v. 9.961 13
Total deposits $ 39.815 46 39,815 46
Total $ 57.125 80
State of Minuexota. Comity ot Cook.—ss.
I, C. G. Smbstad. cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state­
ment is true to the lest of my knowledge and
belief. C. G. STl'HSTAD,
Attest:
C. Li. TAYLOR.
A. V. JOHNSON. Directors.
Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th
(lay of November, 1906.
D. B. McALPlNE.
(Seal.) Notary Public.
WILL DECIDE BY LOT.
Special Election Not Necessary to
Settle Tie Vote.
A special election will not be called to
Bettle the tie vottf between C. A. A. Nel­
son and Erick Leonard for commissioner
of the Fourth district. The matter hav­
ing been referred to the attorney geneial
he cites a section of the Statutes which
provides that a tie vote for county com­
missioner shall be decided by lot by the
county auditor.
Aigrettes Fashionable London.
In view of Queen Alexandra's pro­
nouncement against the so-called
aigrette, it seemed interesting to as­
certain whether aigrettes were ceasing
to appear upon the hats displayed in
milliner's windows. Three rounds ^of
inspection were made, the first along
the north side of Oxford street, the
second down the east side of Bond
street, the third from the northeastern
point of Langham place down Regent
street to Piccadilly circus, says the
London Daily News.
Two persons were engaged in the
expedition, one of whom numbered all
the hats exhibited, the other all the
aigrettes.' Among aigrettes were in­
cluded birds of paradise (about half a
dozen), soma two or. three plumes be­
lieved to be, likes the aigrette, nuptial
adornments, and one consisting appar­
ently of the tail feathers of the lyre
bird. No other feathers were reck­
oned in.
In spite of the queen's express dis­
approval, there were counted in three
London thoroughfares alone no less
than 328 aigrettes, exposed for sale in
hats and bonnets, and this besides
large numbers lying not yet applied to
hats, and numbers yet larger paraded
shamelessly on human h.eads.
limber Land Act, June' 3, 1878.—Notice for
Publication. United States Land Office, Du­
luth, Minn., July 6,1906.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of
Congress of JUDO 3, 1878, enti­
tled "An act for the sale of timber landsin the
States of California. Oregon, Nevada and Wash­
ington Territory,V as extended to all the Pub­
lic Land States by act of August 4,1892, John
Luger Jr., of North St. Paul, county of Ramsey
state of Minnesota, has this day filed in this
office his sworn statement No. 10.890, for the
purchase of the seJi of nwJi, sw54 of nekt of
section 6, in township 03 north, range 3 east
of 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 to said land, before
Register and Receiver at Duluth, Minn., on
Thursday, the 14th day of February, 1907.
He names as witnesses:
Joseph A. Luger, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
Major C. Willson, of Bemidji. Minn., De Wil­
liam Berry of St. Paul, Minn., and Hans Kasper
of Hovlana, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before saia
14th day
of February, .1907.
He names as witnesses:
Major C. Wilson, oL Bemidji. Minn., De
William Berry, of St..
in
J. ('. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
H. L. Shephard, Atty. 11-24
Timber Land, Act Jnne/3, 1878.—Notice for
Publication. United States Land Office, Du­
luth, Minn., July 10,1908.
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 or California. Ore­
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory,'' as ex­
tended to all the Public Land States by act of
Angnst 4, 1892. Hattie M. Wilson, of Bemidji,
county of Beltrami, State of Minnesota, has this
day filed in this office his *worn statement No.
10,906. for the purchase of lot 1, swJi OfnwJi of
section 33, lot 5 and ne?4 of et!i of section 32,
of township 64 north, randge S east of 4th P. M.
and will offer proof to show that the
land sought is piore valuable for its timber
or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to
establish his claim to said land before the
Register and Receiver at Dnlnth, Minn., on
Thursday, the 14th day of February. 1907.
Paul Minn.. Hans Kasper
and Joseph Kasper of Hovland, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office en or before said 14th day
.of
February, 1907.
J. C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
H. L. Shepherd, Atty. 11-21
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior. United States
Land Office,. Duluth, Minn., Nnoventber
12,190ft.
lAaufficient contest affidavit having been
filed 4n this office by Walter S, Cannon
contestant,-against homestead entry No.
13463, made -Fob. 25. 1901, at the Duluth,'
Minn. land office for ne!4.of section 19,
township 58 north, range 5 west of 4th p.
m.. by Pataick S. McGnire, Contestee. in
which it is.alleged.thatsaid Patrick S. Mc«
Guire. has never resided on said land or
made any improvements thereon'whatever
and thav said alleged- abaencefrom said
land was.not due. to.his employment inthe
Army, Navy or Marine Corps of the United
States during any war.
Said parties are hereby notified to ap­
pear, respon da nd offe re
vide
11
ce to.uc hing
«aid allegation at"
10 o'clock a. ita."on De­
cember. 27, 1906, before the Reciaterv&nfl
Receiver "at the United States Land Office
In Duluth, Minn.
The said contestant*having in a proper
affidavit, filed October 25, 1906, set forth
facts whlch shoff that personal service of
tlilB notice cannot be made, It is'hereby
ordered and directed^ that such notice be
ter.^
yyl -f
Timber Land. Act June 3, 1878, Notice for-Pub­
lication.—United States Laud Office. Duluth
Minn., Jtdy 6, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that in 'compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June .U878, entitled
"An act for the sale of timr
ber lands in the States of California. Oregon
Nevada and Washington Terri tory," as extend­
ed to all the Public Land States by act of Aug.
4,181K.YJoseph A. Luger, of Minneapolis, county
of Hennepin. State of Minnesota, has this
clay filedin this office his sworn statement No.
108'JS. for, the purchase of the mvJi of se!i,
-ofseJi of section 1, in township 03 norh, range
2 east of 4th P. M., and will olf'er 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 before
the Register and Receiver at Duluth, Minn, on
Thursday, the 14th day of February, 11*07.-
He names as witnesses:
John Luger-Jr. of North St. Pan 1. Minn.,
Major C. Wilson, of Bemidji, De William Berry,
of St. Paul, Minn., and Hans Kaspar of Hov
land, 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 dav
of Februarv, 1907.
J. C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
H. L. Sliephard. Atty. 11-24
No. 939 11-24
NOTICE OP EXPIRATION OF REDEMP
TION PERIOD.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTX OF
Cook—ss.
To John Fraser:
Take notice that the following described
piece or parcel of land, situated In
said Cook County, State of Minnesota,
viz:
East half of north-east, quarter, south­
west quarter of north-east quarter of sec­
tion 31. south-west, ouarter of north-west,
quarter, north-west quarter of south­
west quarter of section :{2. all in township
fiO. range 3 west, was1 on the 7r.li day
of May, A. D. 1900, sold for the sum of
twenty-five dollars and fifty- cents
Msuant to a real estate tax judgment
entered In the District Court in the
Counties of Lake and Cook, on 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 from such sale is,
at date hereof, the sum of one hundred
and forty-four dollars and eighty-one
cents. In addition to the
amount above stated as necessary to redeem
from said sale the costs to accrue upon
this notic? and such interest as may accrue
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 tha of­
fice of the County Auditor of said Cook
County.
Witness my hand and official seal this
6th day of May. A. D. 1900.
(Seal.) T.I.CARTER,
No. 940 11-21
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RE­
DEMPTION PERIOD.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY
of Cook—ss.
To Hans Engelson:
Take notice that the following
described piece or parcel of
land, situated in said Cook
County. State of Minnesota./ viz:
Lots I and 2 of section 22, township 59,
rang-* 4 west was on the 8th day of May,
1900. sold Tor the sum of twenty dollars
•nusuant to a real estate tax judgment
entered In the District Court In the
Counties of Lake and Cook, on the 21st
day of March, 1900, in proceedings to
enforce payrhent 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 from such sale
is,,at date hereof, the sum ofone hundred
and twenty-five dollars and
four cents. Xn addition to the amount
above stated as necessary to redeem from
said sale, the costs to accrue upon this
notice and'' such interest
the office of the County Auditor of
said Cook County.
Witness my hand and official seal this
6th day of May. A. D. 1906.
1900, sold for the sum of thirty-seven cents
pui suant to a real estate tax Judgment
entered in the District Court in the
Counties of Lake and Cook, on .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 from such sale,
is, at date hereof, the sum of three dollars
and thirty-nine cents. In addition to the
amount'above stated as-necessary to re­
deem from said sale, the costs to accrue
upon tliis notice and such interest as may
accrue from and after this date
must be paid: and
No. 945
NOTICE OP EXPIRATION OF RE­
DEMPTION PERIOD.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
Gook
To Geo: B. Baker:
Talre notice that the following described
piece or parcel of land, situated in
said Cook County, State of Minnesota,
viz: 'v
An undivided oVie-fpurth iriterest in
the west half of the southwest quarter
and the southeast quarter of south west.
a rte sec ti on IJ5. tow us 05, ni, pe
east was on the 13th day of May, A. D. 1902,
sold for the sum of three
dollars and i.wfenty-eiffht cents
pursuant to a real estate tax judgment
entered in the District Court in the
«So'nrty
Cooki 011
li 11
County Auditor,
Cook County. Minnesota.
Cook—ss.
as may
accrue Jfrpm and. after this date
must b£~ 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
T. I. CARTER.
(Seal) County Auditor,
Cook County. Minnesota.
No. 941 ll-?4
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RE
c.™ DEMPTION PERIOD.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY
of Cook—ss.
To J. N. Sirmyer:
Take notice that the following
described piece or parcel of
land. situated in said Cook
County. State of Minnesota, viz:
11-24
NOTICE OP EXPIRATION OF RE
__lrrt„ DEMFTION PERIOD.
STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY
of Cook—ss.
To Hans Engelson:
Take notice that the following
described piece or parcel of
land. situated in said Cook
County, State of Minnesota, viz:
Lots 9 and .11 5f section 1, township 6^1
*e !£2
st was the 9th
da^
of
M»y-
A*
D. 1900. sold for., the sum
of one dollar and fifty cents
pursuant to a real estate tax judgment
entered In the District Court, in- the
counties cf Lake and Cook, on 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. aa»d lands "from such sale
U, at date hereof, the sum of fouiteen
uollars and seventy-seven cents., in addi
tlpn to the amount above stated as neces­
sary to redeem from said sale, the costs to
accrue upon this notice andrsncli interest
as may accrue 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
i" the office _of the County Auditor of
said Cook County.
Witness my hand ahd official seal this
®th day ot May, A. D. 1906.
(se»l) T. I.' CARTER,
'County Auditor,
Cook County. ^Minnesota.
Kaiser's Latest Fad.
Emperor \yilliamVlatest fad is pho­
tography In three„ colors. /'He has a
studio erected Jn his palace of Man
bijou, and either 5 work8/ there -himself
or has others working. These, imperial
photographs are not private, and they
win*
the 21st day of March,
1.KJ.J, In proceedings to enforce payment of
taxes delinquent upon real estate
for the year iflOO, for ftaid Cook
County. That the amount required to
redeem said lands from such sale Is,
at date herof, the sum of twenty dollars
and forty--nine cents. 3 addition to the
amount above stated as. necessary to redeem
from said sale the costs to accrue upon
this notice and such interest as may accrue
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
19th day of November. A. D, I90B.
T. I. CARTER,
(Seal) County Auditor,
Cook County. Minnesota,
No. wo n--u
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMP­
TION FERIOD.
STATE OF MINNESOTA. COUNTY
of Cook—ss.
To Heirs of O. P. Stearns:
Take notice that the following described
piece or parcel of land, situated in
said Cook County, State of Minnesota,
viz:
An undivided- one-fifth interest in the
west halt of ho southwest, quarter and
southeast quarter of southwest quarter of
section •*, township (if,, raiifre 3 east was
on the 13th day of Mny, A.
D.
Ifld2. sold
To C. C. Jones:
Take notice that the following
described piece or parcel of
land, situated in said Cook
County. State of Minnesota, viz:
An undivicledlone-eisrhth interest in the
west half of the southwest quarter and
southeast quarter of southwest quarter,
section 35, township (55, run ire east, was
on |the 13tili day of May, A. I). sold
for the sum of one
dollar and seveuty:seven 'cents
pursuant.to.a leal estate tax judgment
."ntered in \the District Court in the
County of Cook- on the Mst day or March.
1903, in proceedings to enforce payment
or. taxes delinquent upon real estate
tor the year 1900 for \said Cook
County. That the amount required to
redeem said lands from such sale
is. at date hereof, the stun of fifteen
dollars and seventeen cents. In addition
t.o the amount above stated as necessary
to redeem frtom said sale, the costs to ac­
crue upon this notice and
such interest as may accrue
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 nbtiee
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
10t.li day of November, A. D. 1906.
T. 1. CARTER,
(Seal) County Auditor,
Cook—ss.
1
the
time within which said lands can be
redeemed from said sale sill expire
sixty days after the service of this
notice and proof thereof has. been filed
the office pf the County Auditor of
saia Cook County.
Witn^ssTmy hand and official seal this
fith day of May, A. D. 190fi.
(Seal), T.I. CARTER
No. 942
County Auditor,
Cook County. Minnesota.
Cook County. Minnesota.
No. 947 11-24
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OT' REDEMP­
TION PERIOD.
STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
To C. F. Benedict
Take notice that the following described
piece or parcel of land, situated In
said Cook County, State of Minnesota,
viz:
An undivided one-eighth interest in the
west, half of sou tli west quarter and south­
-east quarter of southwest quarter, sec
f'tion 35, township 05, range 3
east. was on
the 13tli day of Alay, A. D. 1902. sold for the
sum of one dollar and seventy-seven cents
pursuant to a real estate tax judgment
entered in the District Court in the
County of Cook, on the 21st day of March,
1903, in proceeding's t.6 enforce payment of
taxes delinquent upon real estate for
the year J900 for said Cook
County. That the amount required to
redeem said lands from such sale is,
at date hereof, the sum of fifteen dollars
and seventeen cents. In addition to the
ajnount above stated as necessary to redeem
from said sale the costs to accrue upon
this notice and such interest as may accrue
from and after this date must be paid 5
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
19th day of November, A. D, 19015,
T. I. CARTER,
(Seal) County Auditor,
... Cook County, Minnesota.
No. 046
Cook—ss.
1
sa^e
11-24
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OP RE
QEMPTION PERIOD.
STATE OP MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
To O. P. Wlntcomb:
••Take, notice that the' following
described, piece or parcel of
land, situated in said Cook
County. State- of Minnesota, viz:
An undivided one-tourth interest in
the wesit^half oi the southwest quarter
aud^the southeast quarteivof the south­
west quarter, -section 515, township 65,
range 3 east, was oi: the 13th duy of Mav,
1002, soid for r.he sum of
tnree dollars and twenty-eigiit cents
pursuant to.a-real estate tax ludgment
entered in the District Court in the
of Coolc. on the 21st day of March-,
i«02, in proceedings to enforce payment
of taxe*. delinquent upon real estate for
the year 'uioo ^or. said Qook
County. That the amount required to
redeem said lands from such sale
amount above stated as necessary to redeem
the costs to accrue upon
this notice/and such interest as may accrue
from and after ihis date must be paid, and the
is,\ at date* hereof, the sum of
tlmtyj dollars and forty-tbre«
centb. in addi^ionto the
time within which ^said lands ca^^be
redeemea from said sale, will expires
sixty days _aftet the serVice of this
noticeand proof thereof has been filed
ln
the^bffiee of the County "-Auditor of.
said Cook County.
1
witness my "hand and official seal this
19th day of November. A. D, 1908.
(Seal.j T. I. GARTER/*.«.
1 Oniintv
JAii»lH.4»V1j
^/V /ifeJ
for
the sum two lollars
sixty-seven (.
pursuant to a real estate tax judgment
entered in, the District Court in the
°I Coolc. on the 21st. day of i^lurch.
in proceed injurs to enforce payment
1902,
of taxes delinquent, upon' real estate
for the year 1900 for said Ooolc
County. That the amountr required to
redeem said lands from 'such sale is,
at.date hereof, the sum of sixteen dollars
and Torty-five cents. In addition to the
amount above stated as necessary to redeem
frbm said sale the costs to accrue upon
this notice and such interest as may accrue
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 Cohnty Auditor of said Cook
County.
Witness my hand and official seal this
l!)tli day of November, A. D. 190B.
,v T.I.CARTER
(®ea*) County Auditor,
Cook County. Minnesota.
No. 948 ll-'M
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF REDEMP­
TION PERIOD.
STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF
t%'l*£
.*/-,'» aVt
Timber Land, Ant one .8, 1M&—Notice for
Publication. United State* Lund office. Du­
luth. Minn., June 12, 190(5
Notice is hereby given tl^t. in compliance
w^th the: provisions of -the act of Congress of
Julie 3, J87t, entitled "An act for t^e sale of
timber lnnds in ""the States «f /California' 'Ore­
gon, Nevada and Washington Territory,'' as ex­
tended to all thePublic Land States'by act of
Angnst 4, 189:2, Mary K.. Geoliriuser of, 'Minne­
apolis,- county of Hennepiji. State of Minnesota,
has thife day filed in this office lus
sworn statement
No. 10.S20. i'or 'the purchase of the s'. of se'.i'
section :i:2. township 61, range $ west and n'i 'of
he!i of section p, in township CO mirik
ran^e if west and will offer proof to
show tliat the land-sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricultural pur­
poses, and to establish liis claim to s&id land
Deforethe Register and Receiver of this office
at Dulatli, Minn., on Thursday, the 17th dav of
January, lOOT.
lie names as witnesses:
Augusta Bleck of Dayton, Ohio, Marie F. A.
Laliberte of Minneapolis, Minn William .1.
Wheeler of Reaver -Ray, Minn., and David s!
Tnrnbull of Duluth, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said lTtli day
of January. 11K.7.
11-17- .3- HERMAN ENGEL. Register.
Timber Land, Act uue Js.S.—Notice for Pub.
lication.—Phited {Stales Laud Offi-e, Duluth,
Minn.. une 12, 1!)015.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with
the provisions of the act of Congress ol.lutie.i.
entitled "An act tor the sale of timber
lands in the States 61 California. Oregon. Ne­
vada and Washington Territory," as extended
to all the Public Land States by act of August
4. ISOiV A ugustii Uleck. of Dayton, county of
Montgomery, State of Ohio, has this day liU'-d in
this office his sworn statement No. lost*".
Cor
the
purchnse of tiic .«• of sw1,, and sw^ of fc'i of
Section 32, township til north, range*2 west and
wiil offer proof to show that, the land .sought is
more valuable for its limber or stone thim for
agricultural purposes, and to establish ins claim
to said land before the register and Receiver at
Duluth. Minn., on Thursday, the l7ih dav of
January, 1907.
He ianies as witnesses:
Mary Goeliringer and Marie F. A. r.alibcrte
of Minneapolis. Minn., William ,1. Wheeler of
Reaver Ray. Minn., and David S, Turnbull, of
Duluth. Minn.
Any and ail persons claiming adversely the
atiove-described iandsare requested to tile'tlieir
claims in this office on or before said 17th day of
January, l!i07.
J. C. HERMAN, ENCET., Register.
W. H. SmaThvood, Art. 11-17
Timber Land. Act June 3,1878—Notice for Pub
lication—United States Land Office, Duluth
Minn., June 12. 190(i.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June :i, 1^78. 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. 18'J2, Marie F. A. Laliberte. of Minne­
apolis, county of Hennepin, State of Minnesota,
has this day filed in this office his sworn state­
ment No. 10.M9, for purchase of the si of lie'
aniln'o of scii of section 32, in township
ill
north, range 3 west, and will ofi'er 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 before
the Register and Receiver at Duluth, Minn.,
-on Thursday the 17th day of January, |'.)(7.
He names as witnesses:
Augusta Bleck of Dayton, Ohio, Marv
Goehringer of Minneapolis. Minn., William J.
Wheeler ol Beaver Bay. Minn., and David S.
Turnbull of Duluth, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to lite their
cmims in this office oil or before said 17th day
of January, 1907.
J. ('. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
W. H. Smallwood, Atty. 11-17
Timber uanct Act,.tune :i, 1878 —Notice for Pub
liration.--United States Land OUice. Duluth,
Minn Sept, 10, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions 6f the act of Congress ot
une3, lS78.entitletl"An act for the wale of tim­
ber lands in the States of California, Oregon,
Nevadii, and Washington Territory."as extend­
ed to all the Public Land States bv. act of Aug­
ust 4. 189™, Joseph ('. Mishler! of Duluth.
countv ot St. Loais, state of Minnesota, nas
this day tiled this office his sworn statement
No. 11,094, -tor the purchase of the 'sw& of nwk
w'/i of swii and seU of »w% of. section 5
in township 00 N.. range a W*. ^Ith P. M., mid
.will otler proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable for its timber or store than
for agricultural purposes, aud. to establish
'tis claim to said land'lefore.th'# Register aud
Receiver of this office at Duluth, Minn., on
Wednesday, the 23rd day of January, 19U?.
He names as witnesses:
John P. Rossmun of Duluth. Minn.. W. J.
Wheeler of Superior, Wis., James Server of
Duluth, Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-desonbed lauds
are requested to tile 'their
claims iu this otiice on or before said 23rd day
of January, 1007.
10-t) J*. U. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
NOTICE OP MORTGAGE SALE
AFTER MATURITY.
Notice is hereby given that default has
been madeiu the conditions of a certain
mortg-a'g-e containing power of sale,
executed by John T. Horan, unmarried,
as mortgagor to William C. Sherwood as
mortgagee, dated the 22nd day of Aug ust.
A. D. 1005, and recorded in the office of
the
St,
A
antf 30 minutes in the forenoon of said
day. in Book ••13" of Mortgage Records, at.
psfg'e 314 thereof, and at said default con­
sists of the non-payment of $ln5.:{5 of the
principal sum and interest thereon when
due, as secured by said mortgage, and
that 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 (150.15)
Dollars ,and that no action or proceeding-
vhas
and
been instituted to recover said debt
secured by said mortgage or any part
thereof
And therefore, that by virtue of said
powej'of sale in said mortgage contained,
and pursuant to t,ho 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 (lA) of North­
east qudrter {hi) -and North half ((4) of
Sou'theast quarter (M) of Section Three (.1)
in Tow.nship Sixty (60) North, Range Two
(2) West, will be sold at public auction, to
the highest bidder therefor, for cash, 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 forclosure
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
Gr i.nd Marais in said Cook County, State
of Minnesota, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, on Monday, the 26tli day
of November, 190ii. subject to redemption
at any time within one year fronisaid day
of sale, as provided by law.
Timber Land,: Act Juno S, 187R —Jiotice for
Publication.' United States Land Office, Du
liitlr,'Minn,, Sep. 29, 1!)06:
Notiex* is hereby given that in com lance
with the provisions' of the act of Coii ee* of:
Junp 8, '1878, entitled ''An ac£lbi- th« sal tim-'
bef lands in the' States of Calilornia, regon,
Nevada and Washington Territory." as extern!-'
ed to all the Public Laud States by act of Aug-:
ust 4,1892, Inga'Rerg, of Grand Marais, county
of Cook, state of Minnesota,, lias this day filed in
this office her sworn statement No. ,1*1,120, for
the purchase of the se.1^ of nei^ Section 20, in
in tbwqShip t2 N. range I E. 4th p. VJ. and will
offer proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than lor agricul­
tural purposes, and to establish her claim to
said land before C.-II. Carhart, U. S. Commis­
sioner, at his office at C4rand Marais, Minn., on
Fiidiy, the 14th day of December, I90t5.
She names as witnesses:
William Howenstinc, Feder Mw Berg, Swamp­
er Carriboo and Olof M. Fredricksoii, all of
Grand Marais: Minn.
Aiiy and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands- are requested to fiie
their claims in this office on or before'said 14th
day of December. iliOti.
10-H .1. C. HERMAN ENGEL. Keg-.ster.
Timber Land. Act June .'!, 1878.—Notice lor
Publication. United States Land Office, Du­
luth. Minn., Sep.'.sS). ItlOti.
Notice is here))}- given that in compliance
with tlie provisions of the act ot Congress of
June :•{. is 's. entitled "An act for the sale of
the Reg ister oi Deeds ol Cook Countyclaims in this office on or betore said 24th dav
state of Minnesota, on /the 22nd day of of January, 1007.
August.. A. D. WU5, at the hour of 8 o'clock r. IIF.RMAN F.VCFT, R.neisfei
WILLIAM. 0. SHERWOOD,
Mortgagee.
Dated the 6th day of October. A.D.1906.
S. L, SMITH,
Attorney for William C- Sherwood,
.10-IS, Mortgagee, Duluth. Minn.
Timber Land, Act une 8. 1878,—Notice for Pub­
lication—United States Land Office-—Duluth.
Minn., July 3, 1000. ..
Notice is hereby given that- in compliance
with the provisions ot the act of Congress of
June 3. 1878, entitled "An act.for^the sale of
timber lands the States of California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory." as extend­
ed to all the Public Land Stat bv act of Aug.
4, 1892, F. Edward N. Hansen, of Duluth.
county of St. Louis, State of Minnesota, has
this day filed this office his sworn statement
No. 10.894, lor the purchase of the w% of nw1^
ot sections, ana ne'4 of nek of section 5, in
township 61 nortn, range 1 west ol 4th P. .and
will offer proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable lor its timber ot stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the Register and Rcceivciv
at Duluth, Mmn., on Monday, the }8th day of
Februaiy. 1W.
He names as witnesses:
William Ptitzenmaier and Jens II. Flaaten of
Duluth,. Minn., and Wesley McCauley and
Harry DeLaur^r of Cascade, Cook Co Minn:
Any and. all persons -claiming:adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims this office onor l^elore sayL
18th day of:
February, 1907.
J. C. HERMAN ENGELr*Register.
H. Tj: Shepherd, Any. n-o4
^B^tter Used as an, Ointment.
-Butter was used lor many ^years In
"India solely as aa jointment for applf*
rinj|,)o-sores.
timber land in the States ot fahfomia-. Oregon, I
N.v.a,..
...I w,
g„.„
nd to all tlie Public Land States by act of Aug­
ust 1. Alden .1. Luidlaw. of Maynard,
couirty of 'liippewa, state ot Minnesota, has
this tiny tilcl in this office liis sworn statement
No. ll.l JCi. lii- the purchase of tlie ntiofsw1.!,
wM ot so'.,, sw'i of rie1! of section 1 in town­
ship li'l
n1
it 11, range ij west 4th P. M.. and will
offer proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stoue than for agri­
cultural purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land bciore C. H. Cai hart. U. y. Commis­
sioner, at his office at Grand Marais. Minn., on
Monday, the 14th dav of January. 1007.
He names as witnesses:
John W. McKinley, Wm. Howenstihe and
Swamper Carriboo. all of Grand Marais, Minn
Otto Dahleen of Maynard. Minn.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
abofce-described l^nds are requested to file iheir
claims in this olilce on or before said 14th day
of .January, l'Jti7.
lt'-ii J. C. HERMAN7 EN(!EL, Register.
Timber Land. Act June :i, 1S78.—Not ice
for Pub­
lication United States Land Office, Duluth,
Minn,, Sept 7, 190(5.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congress of
June it. 1S78, entitled "An act for the
sale of tim­
ber lands in the states of California. Oregon,
Nevada mid Washington Temtorv." as extended
to all the Public Land States by act of August
4.1802, Charles Howenstine, of "Grand Marais.
county of Cook, state of Minnesota., has this day
filed iu this office his sworn statement No. 11,084.
for the purchase ol the tie1: of section 21. in
township t3 W.. range :t W., 4th P. M. and
will ofi'er 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 before C. II. Carhart. U, -S. Com­
missioner, at his office at Grand Marais. Minn,
on Monday, the 14th day of January, P.I07.
He names as witnesses:
swamper Carriboo, William Howenstiu
Axel Berglitnd aud Olof M. Fredricksou, all of
Grand Marais. Minn.
Any and all persous claiming adversely the
above.descri bed lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before s^id 14th day of
Januarv, 1007.
11-3 J-.C. HERMAN ENGEL. Register.
Notice for Publication. Department of the
Interior, Land Office at Duluth, Minn., Oct.
11, 1000.
Notice is hereby given that Nels Olander, of
Grand Marais. Minn., has tiled notice of bis
intention to make final commutation proof in
support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry
No. 18515 made April I, 190i5. for the sw'i
Section 14, Townsnip 61 N.. Range 1 W. 4th P. M.
and that said proof will be made before C. H.
Carhart. IT. S. Commissioner, at his office at
Grand Mumis. Minn., on Dec. 14. 1006.
He names the following wittuesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, the land, viz:
Alfred Freeberg, Peter Anderson,- Ole J.
Olson and Peter Baeklund all of Grand Marais.
Minn.
10-13 J. C. EIIM AN ENGEL, Register.
Timber, Land Act. June 3, 1878.—Notice for
Publication. .' United States Land OUice, Du­
luth, Minn., June 22. 100(5 3
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of Congiess of
June a. ls7S, entitled "An act for the sale pi
timber lands in the States.of California. Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory," as extend­
ed to all the Public Land States by act of Aug­
ust 4, 1892, Frederick Gackstetter of St, Paul,
county of Ramsey, state of Minnesota, nas this
day filed in this office his sworn statement' No.
10,855. for the purchase of the s\V?i ol section 82
in township 64 Ni, range ii E. 4tli P. M.. and will
ofi'er proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for «gri.
culturul purposes, and to establish his claim to
said land betore the Register and Receiver at
Duluth, Minn., on Thursday, the 24th dav of
January, 1007.
He names as witnesses:
Major C. Wilson of hemidji, Minn., De William
Berry and Daniel Pfaff of St. Paul, Minn., and
Hans J. Kasper of Hovland, Minn.
Any and all persons Claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
J. C. HERMAN ENGEL. Register.
L. Sheperfl, Attv,, 10-13
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.—Notice for
Publication. United States Land Oflice.Du
luth, Minn., June 22, 1000.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of'.the act of Congress of
June :-J, 1878, entitled, "An act foil the sale of
timber lands in the States ol California, Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory." as exten­
ded to all the Public Land Slates bv act of
August 4, 1892. Ida M. Jauss of St. Paul, county
of Ramsey, State of* Minnesota, has this day
tiled in this office his sworn statement No.
10,856, for the purchase of lots 3 ana 4, section
7. township os north, range a east, ef of seii of
section 12, in township 63 N... range 2 E 4tli P.M.
and wili offer proof to show that
the land sought is more valuable for itstimber
or stone than for agricultural purposes, and
to establish his chiim to said land before
the register and receiver of this otiice at Duluth,
Minn,, on Thursday, the 24th day of January,
1007.
He names as witnesses:
Major C. Wilson of Bemidji, Minn., De Wil­
liam Berry imd Daniel Pfaff" of St. Paul, Minn,,
Hans J. Kasper of Hovland, Minn.
Any ^nd all persohs claiming adversely the
above-described lajfds are requested to file their,
claims in this office on or before said 24th day
of anuary. 1907.
H. L. Shepherd, Atty.
Duluth, Minn.
10 13 J. C. HERMAN ENGEL. Register.
Timber Lnnd. Act June 3, 1878.—Noticefor
Publication.—United States Land Office, Du
luth, Minn., August 8,1906.
Notice is hereliy given that in compiiaucc
with the provisions of the act of Congresfe of
June 3,1878, 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 Rhmelander,
county of Oneijhi, stale o'l Wisconsin, has this
'•:ay hied in this Office his sworn statement No.,
11,001, for the purchase of lot 4 and eVs of ne1-*
of section 13 in township 64~ north
range 4 W. 4tli P. M. and will
offer proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable tor its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establish
his claim to said bind betore the register and
receiver of this office at .* Duluth. Minn., on
Friday, the 14th day of December, 1906.
He names as witnesses:
John F.- Segog. J. Roy Bell and Frank John­
son. all of Dulnth Mlnii.. B. L. Horr ot lthine
landcr, 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.
J.C HERMAN ENGEL,
10-6 Register.
Notice-, for Publication. Department of the
Interior,Land Office at Duluth, Minn., Aug.
il, I90ti.
Notice is hereby given that Hans Kasper, of
Hovland, Minnesota, has filed notice of. his in­
tention to make final commutation .proof in
support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No:
21,812, made Oct. 30,1905, £or the n4 of se&,
swii of sejfi, section 4,^nwM of section 3,
township 63 north, range S east 4th ^P. M., and
that said proof will, be made befor^ the Register
and Receiver at Dnlnth, Minn.j oil: January Jl,'
1907,
•vHe names the follo-win^:-witnee8?a- to prove
his continuous residence npon and cultivation
of. said land, vis:
Martin Jacobson, Lanrltz Ellingson, John P.
Johnson and George Kasperv-aH of Hovlahii,
Minii. *, ~s -t
jl i.C. HEHMAN ENGBL
Timber Land. Act June 3,18W.—Notica forPab
lication. United 8tatM Land Office, JDalath,
Minii/, Jnne 22.1«05.
Noticeis hereby given that in compliance with
tlie provisions of the act of ConcrMf of Jiin* 3.
1878, entitled "An act for the nl« of timber
lands in the states of California,. Oregon, Nevada,
and Washington Territory," as extended to, all
the Public-Land States by act
of Anguat 4, 1888,
Daniel A, W. Pfaff. of St. Paul, eouury of Eam
sey. Stale of Minnesota, has this day filed in this
office his sworn statement No. 10.857, for the
purchase of the lots !2 and 3, section 3. township
63 N. range i$_E. 4th P. M.. s'/i of «ef* of section
iu township 64 N„ range E. 4th P. M. and
tvi
11 offer proof to show thatithe land aohght ie
more valuable for its timber or stone thanf or aj
ricurtural purposes, and to establish his claiim
to said laud before the Register and:Keceiver
at Duluth, Minn., on Thursday, the 24th day of
Hiiuary, 1007.
He names as witnesses: -x
Frederick Orackstetter and De. William Berry
of St Paul. Minn.. Hans J.'K&sper ef Hovlsnd
Minn., and Major C. Wilson of Bemidji, Minn.
Any and all iersons claiming adversely th
above-described lands are requested^ to file the.S
claims in iliis office otfor before said 24th day of
Januaiy. 1007.
J.-C HERMAN ENGJCL, Register.
II. L. Shepherd. Atty. 10-?0
Timber lj»nd. Act Jnne 3.1S7$.—Notice for Pub­
lication: United States Land Office. Dulutk,v
Minn., June ~'l. V.KIB.
tlil,t.in
,«r, ,o,y."af V8"J%
lantls in the etiijes of California, Oregon, Neva-,
da. and Washington Territory," as extended to
all the Public Land States by act of August 4, ISfit
compliance^wiA
I^ouisa K. Pfaff. of St. Paul, county Of Ramsey.
State of -Minnesota, lias this day'filed in this
office lus sworn statement No. 10,.«58, for the
purchase of the w1 of sel*. of awL4 of sec
tion 7._towiiHlii[) tiij N., rango V, E. 4th P. M., and
will offer proof to show that the land sought is'
more valuable for its timber or stone than
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upoi, ind cultivation- Of,
the land, viz:
Napoleon Lepags, Mack N. Ralston. Olof
Severson and Henry Flaaten^ all of Tomaoaite,
Mir.n.
10-13 .T. C. HE-RMAS ENGEL. Register,
Timber Land Act June 3. 1878.—Notice for
Publication.—United States Lund Office, Du­
luth. Minn'., Sept, 5. 1906.
Notice Is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions oft he act ot' Cnngres$&f
June3, 1878,.entitled "An act for the sale of
limber lands iii the States of California,Oregon,
Nevada and Washington Territory." as extend­
ed to all the Public Laud Slates by act of August
4. 18!)2, Otto Dahleen, of Maynard. county of
Chippewa, state of Minnesota, has this day tiled
in this -office his sworn statement No. 11,12. for
the purchase of the lot 5 sw^ of.s4^i of section
8, in township 63, N., Raufce 3 W. 4th P. M.,
and will ofi'er 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 laud before C. H. Carhart, U. 8.
Commissioner, at his office, at GTand Stsrais,
Mipn., on Monday, the 14th. dav of January.
.1907..,
He names as witnesses
John W.
sMcKiuley,
c*x
for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim
to said land before the Register and Receiver at
Duluth. Minn.. «oii Thursday, the 24th day of
January, 1H07.
He names as witnesses:
Daniel A. Mf. Pfaft, Frederick Gackatetter *nd
De Williaih Berry of St. Paul, Minn., and
Major C. Willson of Hemidji, Minn
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-described lands ara requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 24th day of
January. 1007.
J. C. HERMAN F.N GEL. Register.
H. L, Shepherd. Atty. 10-30
Notice for Publication. Department of the
Interior, Land Office at Jhiluth. Minn.. Aur.
31. 1906.
Notice is hereby given that George Kasper, of
Hovland, Minnesota, has filed notice of his in­
tention to make final commutation proof in
support of his claim, viz: Homestead eDtry No.
21.820, made Nov. 6, 1905, for .the sw1^ of iwl4 «f
section 5, nwj-i of nwi* of section 8, eV. of nej*
of section 7, township north, range east 4th
P.M. and tbat said proof will be made before the
Register and Receiver. Duluth, Minn., on Jan
nary II, 1007.
He names the fallowing witnesses to prove
hi* continuous residence upon, and cultiTation
of, (he land, vis:
Martin Jacobson. Lanrite Ellingson. John P.
Johnson and Hans Kasper, all *f Hovland,
Minn.
J. C. HERMAN ENGEL. Register.
H. L. Shepherd. Acty^ 10-10
Notice for Publication. Department of 4h*
Interior, Land office at Duluth, Minn., Oct.
11, 11)06.
Notice is hereby givsn that Rov M. Prytz of
Tomsonite, Minn., has filed notice of his inten­
tion to make final commutation proof in sup
por tof liis claim, viz: Homestead Entry No.
22293, made July 19, 1906. for the nw!, of Section
10, Township til N Range 1 W. 4tli P. M., and
that said proof will be made before C. H. Car
hart, U. S. Commissioner, at liis office at Grand
Marais, Minn., on Nov. 13.1906.
William Howenstine,
and Swfimper Carriboo of rand Marais, Minn,
and Alden J. Laidlaw, of Maynard, Minn.
Any and all persous claiming adversely the
above-described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said Uth day
of January. 1907.
11-3 J.C. HERMAN ENGEL, Register.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE­
CLOSURE SALE.
Default having been made in the pay­
ment of the sum of Eighteen hundred
thirty-three and 94-100 (.$1833.94) Dollars
which is claimed to be due a'nd which is
due at the date of this notice, upon a
certain mortgage duly executed and de­
livered by Hans O. En gel sen and Johanna
Engelsen, his wife, John Tofte and Cecilia
Tofte his wife, and Andrew Tofte, a single
m.an of the County of Copk and State ot
Minnesota, mortgagors, to Cook County
State Bank, a corporation, mortgagee,
bearing date the 15th day of August, 1903,
and with a*,power of sale therein con­
tained, duly recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of said Cook County,
Minnesota, on the first day of September.
1903, at 9 o'clock a. m. in Book "C" of
Mortgages on page 265 thereof, and no
action or proceeding bavins: been institu­
ted at law or otherwise, to recover the
debt secured by said mortgage or any
part thereof.
Now therefore, notice is hereby given
that by virtue of the power of ssile con­
tained in said mortgage, and i/hrsuant to
the statute in such case made and pro­
vided. the said mortgage will be fore­
closed by a sple of*he premises described
in and conveyed bysaid mortgage, viz:
All of those tracts or parcels of land
lying and being in the County of Cook and
State of Minnesota, described as follows,
to-wit: Undivided one-half interest iu
and to the South half of the Southeast
quarter, the Southeast quarter of the
Southwest quarter- of Section Seventeen
(17): the Northeast Quarter of Northwest
quarter of Section Twenty (20X in Town­
ship Fifty-nine (50) North, of Range Four
(4) West of the 4th M. also an undivided
one-halt interest in and to the-East half
of the Southeast quarter of Section Nine
teen (19) in Township Fifty-nine (qO) North,
of Range Four (4) West of the 4th P.
also an undivided one-half of-the West
half of the Northwest quarter of Section
'Ia township Fifty-nine
(o9) North of Range Four (4) West of the
4th P. M. all of the North lUlf of the
Southwest quarter of Section Twenty
5'^.asu half of the Southwest
quarter and the Southwest quarter of the
Southwest, quarter of Section Ten (10) in
(5fl)
v-on
A Register.^
North, of Range S
lour (4) West of the 4th P. M. »lso Lota
lu*JLty,&ne (21) Twentyrtwo (22), Twenty
three (23) and Twenty-iour (24) in Bloct
Forty-seven (47) in the Village of Grand
Marais,.-According to the recorded' plat/
thereof with -the hereditaments and ap-"'i-
portenances which sale will be made ot:- v.
the sheriff, of said Cook County ttinne-^' -i
sota, at the front door of the Court House
in the Village of Grand Marai^ in said
County and State on the 29th day of De
cenaber," 1906, at ten o'clock- a. m, of that.
2ay. at public vendue, to the-highest
bidder for cash to pay the said -debt of
Lrghteen hundred thirty-three and 94-100
(81833.94) Dollars^ and interest and the'
Dated, November. 3rd,-190S.
COOK OOUNTI STATE BANK.
REYNOLDS A McCLEARN,
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premises^ and Fiftv
(t.%.00) Dollars attorney'!
fees as'stipula
ted in and ly said mortgage In case of
foreclosure, and the disbursements al­
lowed by law_ subject to redemption at
any time within one year.from th» day of
sale, as provided by law.
MortffUre®*
Attorneys for the Mortiraire^ --. i-i -,?x
D«lttth»Mlnne|ota» 11-10
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