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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 December 1900

THE COOK COUHTY f:r •p i. fr' If OFFIGIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTTf CHRIS. MURPHY, Piytrteter sad PablUbsr. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor. gt| T- T6RM8* SI.OOA YEAR IN AOlVANOE. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Second District—G. Olson (.....Third District—H.Engelson Cemnissiooero-j Auditor .....Chris. Murphy Treasurer. .Ohta. J.Johnson Register of Deeds..... ........C. H. Garhart Sheriff. .H. Gulbranaen JudgeolProbate. P. Rindel Attorney L. U. 0. Titus Surveyor. John Morrison Coroner. H. D, Jones Snp't of Schools Wn. Ellquist Justices .........Q«e,E Durfee MACCABEUS. OENUA TSMT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. Tiros, Com. CBBI3. Mtrarmr R. K. A newspaper writer suggested that all the fools be uniformed, but he failed to say who should separate the fools from the visa. Getting personal advertising by re eeiving an "infernal machine*' seems to be having a rival in various sections of t...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 December 1900

'?Ki -w.*- 1 '1 -,•8*' 'V "A nit .1 tfo.iVirn & HAPPENINGS. We miss the Hovlanditems. Capt. John W. Babb has been visiting friends daring the week. Dr. T. W. Mayhew made a business trip to Doiuth this weak. Olof M. Fredrickson and Andrew Lar­ son left for Latsen daring the week, Misd Hilda Benson returned the first of the week from a visit in Dalath. 0. P. Msnzies.of Duluth. is here in the interest of the New York Life Insuranoe Co. Godfrey Montferrand, of Grand Port Age, was visiting friends hered uring the week. Victor H. Heath, who was foreman for Fuller & Fuller last winter was (here dar­ ing the week. J. T. Bartlett and Tour men arrived the first of the week and are working ia the pine region north of liere. George Reynolds who has charge of the Lyman pine was here daring the week, fie !has opened oamp and will try and get oat the balance of~the timb­ er this winter. Among the instruments filed with the Register of Deeds this week was a con traot for the parohase of the...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 December 1900

j,- v-,„ BY .CHAPTER A "Commencement." It was commencement day at Madam Fleury'a fashionable academy. Her •pacious salon was filled with the elite of the city. Doting mammas were there, fluttering their matronly feath­ ers with pride and pleasure solid papas, whose beaming countenances were shadowed with no premonitory suggestions of the madam's semi-an­ nual bills sympathetic aunts, benevo­ lent uncles and masculine cousins in­ numerable. For the madam's establishment was {a patronized exclusively by the creme de creme the madam's young ladies were remarkable every where for their stylish manners arid, elegant deport­ ment the madam's diploma, embossed In satin and mounted on sandal-wood, was, as she proudly boasted, a pass­ port to the best society everywhere. There were! fifty figures, faultlessly arrayed in imported "commencement" dresses, seated on the carpeted stage, that 'had been temporarily erected for the proper display of these human ex­ otics. With their elegant coiffure...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 December 1900

y\, 1 l' 'n 1 "IS .ft*V WA Africa is treated by the incompetent s- people of the good, city of London." I "will deal now, particularly, with the men who are acting under the com­ mand of Gen. Sir Leslie Rundle. This good soldier and courteous gentleman jx has to hold a frontage line from Win burg, via Senekal, almost to the bor ders of Basutoland. His whole front, 'extending: nearly a hundred miles, is constantly threatened by an active, dashing, determined enemy—an enemy \-\.m who knows the country far better than an English fox hunting squire knows the ground he hunts over season after season. To hold this vast line intact Gen. Rundle has to march from point to point as his scouts warn him of the' movements of the tirelfess foe. Rundle's task ipp colossal one, and a|iy sane man wbuld think that gigantic efforts would'be made to keep him amply supplied with food for his soldiers. But such is not the case. The men are absolutely starving. Many of the infantrymen are so weak that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 December 1900

^'Mkii«v tohk&i&iM -r1^1 ^,p 4 ^^fiiikuCtt ideus tin th'e vafne of witie-aiwikfc, press agents, an^ tke tpomej* to ^aak^i y* J? »f,»i!{rs'" rm* ~'~m *'&' It wouW rfqjiir^4i fo# dollars W ^the talked ol trust to odotPQ^ wojrldl| produet go\^. ^at^onft tftiat tfaa^ will addressed p*w,d I* Jfr -jf-fCiT-fit /•«,« r" 7 1 y« fj'"*• w&pfo "%'V' ff-fl &?« i.i}4.'f":"» Ill Th& ^JFteflsllf ^Jongress Bri»,»gfUri ^o£ 'finig H^ovipd, bat tbey ^cfvnot' j^r 6h@v Senator SUtvart^ of ^eva^a, jaove aithef forgiven ^onijloned «nn?e of '7&" ap be bas ^ad his fifupef .jiVit on the ^Republican caucus li^ti' ^xfv„ s.-fi & ——^,Vi:i^the,couiitry\^ to ^3- Perhaps t^e detectives who ^c^orted —J ^%tb« Duke of Manchester and faif1 rsojh §^^Amerioan bride to the botei fit, -srhieb llfeay atope^ Ne*r Yo^ were tbere, to fee that the duke didn't foin 'Tv "i t/- -f- v.^tv. ^-^roops are not oa}cutat^d to ii^pi'i'isis dip y^1"4"T°! p1" ji f^nEdu tttttlODIi f!1?® cV, Pit „f!l 3^4h rT. /V...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 December 1900

HAPPENINGS. Tftlliatb Howenstine xras in Dhluth. during tiie week. J. L. Lundin was among the Duluth visitors daring th» week. Dick Williams has aooepted a. position as clerk on the Bon Ami. A. J. Soott returned duflring .the Week from a trip to the woods. Swamper Oarriboo made a business trip to Duluth during the week. Captain John W. Babb returned to his home in Duluth 'on the Bon Ami last Saturday. John Morrison was in Duluth during the week. He went up to proye up on' a timber and stone claim. The White line steamer, Mable Brad shaw, is making a couple of trips to Port Arthur before laying up. The Hunter made her last trip to Port Arthur the first of the week and is now running only to this plaoe. There will be a meeting of the Macca on the evening of Deo. 29th, at which important business is to be transacted and a full attendance is much desired. Miss Gelia Murphy arrived on the Bon Ami last Monday. Miss Gelia will live during the winter with Miss Bose and John 0. Murphy, Less ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 December 1900

{MHE1 N CHAPTER II. (Continued.) And then Fanny's merry vdice called them from the cabin door, and the •trange interview was over. CHAPTER III. Sanaet Hill. There are few fairer spots on earth -Chan the mountain elope from which, •rose the granite crests of Olive Tow •ers. The background of misty-blue up­ lands the siivery river, winding through the mossy vale the dark for -••t, tossing its whispering boughs to •the mountain breezes, and the grand old mansion, so broad, so stately, yet ••o unpretentious—almost seeming it «eif a part of nature'si handiwork, so well did the massive proportions and «lmple architecture accord1 with the landscape around it. It was evening, and a merry group was gathered on the velvety lawn in tfront of the house. Gay croquet mallets were wielded by pretty hands, and the musical click of the balls was mingled with the. mur­ mur of sweet voices and the ripple ot •livery laughter. "Fannie Olive was there, a very Hebe, In pale rose-colored muslin and floatin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 December 1900

YOLUME IX. •c* A i. in Old ...Siberia People usually think of Siberia as land of ice, snow, freezing weather wolves and convicts. There is anothei and brighter Siberia. Winter spring! into summer, and during six week* birds sing, hills and valleys are car peted with wild flowers, the grasse grow lush and nature rejoices. On sunny day in June a Russian babj girl of three stood in a doorway in the careless grace of infancy and was caught by the camera. Civilization could hardly furnish a daintier pic­ ture of innocent childhood than thi Siberian fairy. And she is as swee as she looks. Born in Foochow. Chi na, of Russian parents, she talki pidgen English. "Before I Foochow catchee two piecee.dolly," said she, as she stood on the steps of the Kha­ barovsk hotel. "When I was in Foo­ chow I had two dolls," was the fajt she wished to convey. Aire the: schoolboys in Siberia? Of course the are. The cabdrivers of Siberian eities lite Vladivostock, Khabarovsk, Blagovei chensk, and Irkutsk are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 December 1900

5 VOLUME IX. Life in Old ...Siberia People usually think of Siberia as land of ice, "snow, freezing weather wolves and convicts. There is anothei and brighter Siberia. Winter spring: into summer, and during six week: birds sing, hills and valleys are car peted with wild flowers, the grasse: grow lush and nature rejoices. On sunny day in June a Russian babj girl of three stood in a doorway in the careless grace of infancy and was caught by the camera. Civilization could hardly furnish a daintier pic­ ture of innocent childhood than this Siberian fairy. And she is as swee as she looks. Born in Foochow. Chi na, of Russian parents, she talk pidgen English. "Before I Foochow catchee two piecee. dolly," said she, ak she stood on the steps of the Kha­ barovsk hotel. "When I was in Foo­ chow I had two dolls," was the fapt she wished to convey. Are the schoolboys in Siberia? Of course the are. The cabdrivers of Siberian cities li Vladivostock, Khabarovsk, Blagoves chensk, and Irkutsk are oft...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 December 1900

& J* rlV^ II Ifi' Hi'' ri "ty ¥&• l&M lis THE COOK COUNTY HERALD, OFFICIAL PAPER QF COOK COUHTY. £HR1S. MURPHY, Proprietor and Poblisber. qLARK H. €ARHAFT, Editor. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. QLTANHMARAIS. MINN.. DEO. 83, 1900. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OPFicfeKa, ... .First DistpictrrP. Jackson Commissioners-? ......Second Diatrtct-rGr. Olson .Third DistrlcfcH. Engelson Auditor...... .....Chris. Murphy Treasurer. Register of Deeds.. Sheriff Judge of Probate,, Attorney purveyor........... Coroner ....... Chas, J. Johnson ..........G. H. Carhart .H, Gulbransen P. Rindel ........ .L.TJ. O.Titus ,......, .John Morrison H. D, Jones Sqp't. of Schools Wnv Ellquist Justices .. H. D\irfee MACCABEES. OOKMA TENT NO, 98.—REGULAR reviews held every §econd ^nd fourth Saturday. Visiting ^nights cordially welcomed. L. U. 0. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY B, K. We violate no confidence in announc­ ing that Senator Towne ifiU retire early |n the new year. Joh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 December 1900

.yfe "wish you,» MerryChristmas. Joe Basheywhohwi been -working at .Onion River baa returned. Marion Johnson,is visiting friends, in Dnlnth daring the holiday season!,' Mrs. Bobert Berg has gone to Dnlnth to attend to some business matters. The1 Good Harbor Ba school will hold its exercises on Christmas day.' The J, 0. Suit: was here ^yesterday. She is making trips along the shore. The first meeting of the Grand Marais Social Club will be held next Thurs­ day evening: Miss Carrie Soott came in from Tofte the first of the week to spend Christmas with her parents. Hew York is having another visitation I of the Bii-day-bicycle-raca fool. As long as it pays he will net. The local school will give a program next Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. All are invited to be present. The head of the beet sngar trust got married the other day. Now, he'll find out that he isn't the whole thing. The harbor is perfeotly clear of ice and the sun shines' as brightly as it us­ ually does in October, so fa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 December 1900

*V Twice the young girl read the letter, •nd then, flinging it upon the blazing hearth, she fell upon her knees with a l»w, pitiful moan. CHAPTER V. Pather and Daughter. Mr. Clive, senior, sat in his handsome library, with his pretty daughter on his knee. A walnut table stood beside his, on which, with the magic deftness that characterized all the household' ar tangements at Clive Towers, an ele gant collation had appeared, immedi­ ately upon the master's arrival. But neither the fragrant Mocha, «tearning in the silver urn, nor the deli cafce slices of liam and chicken, had tempted the traveler's appetite. And •ven thoughtless Fannie noticed the Shadow on her father's brow, the grave Ear recccupation of his manner, tlhat all childish prattle and loving caresses could) not remove. For, reserved and dignified, almost to •ternness1, with all the rest of the world1, Robert Clive always unbent to his idol­ ized daughter, whose bright beauty and bewitching grace recalled to him •o forcibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 December 1900

VOUUME IX I'Mwm ".V^THE MEADOW LARK. :v.^:Bfaw '?'A 3 sant'ofthee, lows athrill wltd' Minstrel of Bo* shall I XlOBtiOff song? iVl! Vtutfo* &near my feet, $JPlatntlve, and mildly-sweet— oould thy spirit to mortal belong! ,^v £ell me thy secrete art, tboWjlopt tpucluthe. heart, .:i ^fltntlng- ofhappineus «t^ll, unpossessed i1' Say, doftjh *hy4)0B0m-hurn v. .. Vainly, as mine, and yearn ?. vfladlyv for something' that leaves It un yf !y Messed?'. Doth not that tender tone, Over the clover blown, Flow from a sorrow—a longing in vain? Or, is it joy Intense, "l So like a pang, thfe sense Hears in thy swefetest song something of pain? '. A Had 'you- ever a cousin. Tom? Did your 'cousin happen to sing?, There are brothers and sisters by doz enijp Tom. But a cousin's a different thing! —Anon. The neWs and the dessert were served simultaneously. "By George, if I hadn't nearly for­ gotten!" .quotlLStafford pere. He rum- s,ma^ed :y 1 I ^. an inker pocket, letter* Must have 'left it at tlfe ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 December 1900

I: THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFiciit mm Jystkea o! cop? eou^. gURl$. AQUfHT, PWBff*tr snlpBtUfber, CLARK H. CA?HA?T, Editor. —lJ "'"gra W§3 •, ERTMS, S1.00 4YBAPUN ADVANCE. »,,„= :——i3#s« PUBLISHED SPRY SAMMY. GRAN$ 1£ ARAI8. tylNN.. §EC. 29, 1000. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. ,pqUN^1f'OP-FICBR8. pv (. ....FirstDistrict—^P. Jackson Com#tiaiSone .V.*.8econd District—G. Olson rrc-n .Third District—H. Kngeli Auditor...... {Treasurer* y~».. Register 11." sheriff. Judge of Probate....... Attcjiwy...! Surveyor: ..'. Coroner Snp't. of Schools... .. ... 4«erioi}KMt Kngelson Chris. Mu,rphy ...(fyas. J. Johnson ..7....C. H. Cn^hart .V..H. Gulbnmsen p. R^dei .. .£. U. O. Titus ...7. jtyhn Mon^aon H. D, Jraes ....... Wm. Ellftuist .....tieip.H. Dqrfee MACCABEES. 0«BMA TXMX NO. 98.—Regular reviews held prery eecond an fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. ^frrcs, Com. CUMS. MCRfHY R. K. Tli? true spirit of giyiflgUee iq giving thpjte iffho are unable tp give in re* $ura. ipend ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 December 1900

HAPPENINGS- 'p, V' We wish youa happy and prosperous •K«r Tear. 1 Marion Johnaop has retained v, Dolutb trip. The Mabel Bradahaw has bean laid ap Jforthe ^winter Mrs.Robt. Berffjs baok alter a •rip to jDuluth. bufii- Chris Solte i^vnedfrofla Dalath the first of the,week. v-., Auditor Murphy is using cane the xesiiit of a sprained instep. nj. J- V.' .» Andrew Larson and Olof Fredriokson tare returned from Lutsen. We ajrevp|eaaed to receive An interest­ ing lot of items from Hovlaud this week. It ia 00 exopse for a rumpus to plead that raiafog Gain waa started by Adam and Ere. A party pf Hovlanditea are expected tip Monday to take in the New Years celebration. Christmas was observed in each of the settlements of the county and a merry time ia reported from All. Adolph 8. Carlson, of Hovland, is here in fka interest of pleasure, incidentally to transact some business. Capt. John Clow ia now Bailing the Bon Ami, Capt. Andrew ^Clausen being transferred to the Mabel Bradshaw. A number of ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 December 1900

if ,s HAPPENINGS. We wish you happy utfl prosperous Xew Year. MarionJohnson has returned from a Dnlnth trip. The Mabel Bra^ahair has been laid ap for the Winter -V Mrs.'Robt. Benria baok after a. btui* •rip to Pnlath. Ohrip Holte returned front Dulath the first of tha.week.'''/'• •q^itorMarphy la using a cane TEe result of a sprained instep. Andrew Laraon and Olof Fredriokson hate returned from Lateen. We asevpleaaed to receive an interest* ing lot of items from" Ho viand this week. It is no estops* for a rumpus to plead that raisfcig Cain was started by Adam andEre. A party ft Horlandites are expected -np Mohday to take in the I?ew Years oelebrstian. Christmas was observed in each of the aettlementa of the oonnty and a merry time is reported from all. Adolph S. Carlson, of Horland, is here in tha interest of pleasure, incidentally to transact some business. Capt. John Glow is now sailing the Bon Ami, Capt. Andrew jClausen being transferred to the Mabel Bradshaw. A number of black-e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 December 1900

4 If I fh ^»*ftf§poSfed to take advantage of it But Miss Marian perceived1, with mortification of^spirit, that Mr. Olive liad no mind f3r, senti&ent that even­ ing. Neither the moon-lit waves nor •the shadowy groves coiild awaken any semantic ideas, and the jests and '.laughter which were so "sparkling in J-"the drawing room at Olive Towers -•eemed to lose 'their spirit and brillian­ cy In a .tete-a-tete walk through the |':'*roods. UNDER 1 cmAPvtaB ilntytf. |fj|, A 'fl)iiitiitere«ted" Olend. Herbert Clive "had* Ibeen restless all evening after his interview witn •ybil at Stanset Hill. Be had|levoted himself to Miss Mari to G^eyfe escorted ... hfer, home, and Iwigh^.^est^ ,andi 3eha£ted with a •ervoufl giayety wttooh'the young lady— froiri herMpi £iafo$e days had re •oirded Herbert j&s tnfe epitome of all. masculine? perfections—found exceed­ ingly fon «c .... AiecIliesl^term though there had nev «r beenji^uch intimacy between their ^Piitents "|f senior, was a dried-up old o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 January 1901

A M. fe THE OLD CHURCH BELLS. Ring: out merrlly~ Lonely, cheerily, Nthe old bells, from the steeple tower Hopefully, tearfully, Joyfully, fearfully, Moveth the bride from the,maiden bower. Cloud there Is none in thfe fair summer sky, Sunshine flings benison down from on high Children sing loud, as the train moves along, "Happy the bride the sun shines on." Kneel out drearily, Measured and wearily. Sad old bells, from the steeple gray Priests chanting slowly, Solemnly, slowly, Passeth the corpse from the portal to­ day 9 Drops from the leaden clouds heavily fall. Dripping over the plume and the pall Murmur, old folks, as the train moves along, "Happy the dead that the rain raineth on." I had been graduated two years, and had a practice sufficiently large, I deemed, to warrant my taking apart­ ments. Apartments surround a young doctor with an air of prosperity which people like to encourage and add to. A month later I was comfortably, al­ most elegantly, established on the first floor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 January 1901

mm ••wm, gSggw 1p'^ c4t 'llir-- THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. ^FFJGIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. 1 mmmx £^R1S. MURPHY. Prtwifefor fcity, Publisher. CLARK H. CA^|r. Bditor. $1.00 ^Yf5A^ IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHER EYERY SATURDAY. OR ANI\ J£A RAIS. MINI*.. JAN 5„ 1951. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. ", (./„...First District—F. Jackson ^/Ommissipnera-f .,'...,Second District—G. Olson ... ,'jjhird District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer. .....i' .Chaa. J. Johnson Jtbgister ofDf^e..,..v.. Sheriff ^Tudge of Probate.......... Attorney .... purveyor.! Coroner..... gup't. of School^..... ^p»tlcesr, ..C. H. Carhart H. Gulbra,nsen P. Rindel L. U. C. Titus John Morrison H. I), Jones Wm, Ellquist Geo.H. Durfee MACCABEES. ©gem a TiajT No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second a,nd fourth, Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. TJ. Gnaw, Murphy R. E. C, Titos, Com. SAVED TWO TRAINS. The Heroic Deed of a Modest Watch­ man on the Canadian Pa­ cific Railwujr, It does not take heroics...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 January 1901

4 I, HAPPENINGS. %?y & MjMsera Qnlberteon and Msriitt, of Duld&th, wera here during the week.., v-. Bmil Eliasen and Otetis Jacobson, of Hovland, were here for ja, good time New Yaar®. School opened last Wednesday motn Uitf in both of/the schools in this dis­ trict £. D. Goodell nnd ML Dillon returned to their homesiajpokith during the Adolph S. Carlson purchased the land belonging to the. Gostafison eBtate while a 4 New Years was celebrated in usual fttyta by the Jndians and a good day is reported by all. On Maple Hill services were held at U» west school house on New Years -day. Bav. Andrew £ederaon conducted the regular Norwegian seryices for that day. Dfcn MoDonough was here from Grand portage the first of the week. He is looking several years younger than when last we saw him. 0. J. Johnson brought a new team from Duluth on the Son Ami Monday, it id one of the best looking teams we have seen for some time. Xohn Howenstne, of Superior, Wis., who is well known here has be...

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