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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 9 December 1920

r', A ,i 'if WHERE AARON BURBICOI/RJEQL ,i* Hermitage, Famous Colonial Man«iotv Is Now Made Use of by- Pro ducers of Films. -^J-'iVA'T The Hermitage, a famous mansion of colonial days, in which Aaron Burf courted and married Theodosia Pr» vost in 1782, has been drawn into the irresistible current of the picture stage. It stands on the Paramus roadj south of Tuxedo, and is the home of the granddaughter of the physician who years ago purchased it from the Prevost estate: As it stood in 17S2 it stands todays filled with ra^e relics of colonial times. A passerby on the highway recently was halted suddenly because of the commotion going on in the doory.ard of the old stone house. Men and women actors were in abundance everywhere. A huge rug had been hung on a rope leading from the mansion to an ice house, to shut off thq too-brilliant sun. Over the top of a wall there came a realistic shower from a hidden gar hose. A dainty maiden, sheltered by an umbrella, dashed through, the pelting ra...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 9 December 1920

'W-' Afy- PAIE NUR 1 j. itf&itcfci. 'f v. OurBank is sfc3« «, fSK Homellilliiim Our loans are made right here at home to our good farmers and business me^M^lt is a home institution for our people. We will pay, you good interest on your idle funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal check. It is very simple, convenient and safe. Call and we will gladly explain the many advantages of a checking account. You will always have a receipt which cannot be disputed. The endorsed check, which will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill. Grand Marais State Bank GRAND MARAIS, MINN tsOVIS ENGELSON, President JAS. G. SCOTT, Vice President A. M. ANDERSON, Cashier SniTH'S No More Meals or Lunches Until Next Spring and Christmas Goods FRUIT, CIGARS AND TOBACCO Ice Cream, Candy and Soft Drinks Mail Orders ""will receive prompt and careful at­ tention shipped by parcels post anywhere. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—The very latest music Phonograph Needles of...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 16 December 1920

'if' ite SHIPPING BOARD SUBMJTSREPORT Government Operation of Shiis Shows Loss of Over Half a Billion Dollars. BIG LIABILITIES SHOWN Item of Depreciation Alone Estimated By the Board at $228,314,107.47— Deficit on Sale of Vessels $42,568,331. Washington—Government operation of the ships, like government opera­ tion of railroads, has resulted in a substantial loss, according to a finan­ cial statement of ship operations and sales, made public by the shipping bopxd. The statement shows that revenues from operation of the American Mer­ chant Marine and the sales of ships, from the establishment of the board to the end of the last fiscal year, June 30, 1920, amounted to only $228,671, 210.78. as against expenses and depre­ ciations aggregating $742,037,349.97, making a deficit of $513,366,139.19. Tbe item of depreciation alone is estimated by the board at $28,314,107.47, almost as much as the revenues derived from operation. Liabilities, given in the "Consolidat­ ed Balance Sheet," as m...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 16 December 1920

The Cook County News-Herald Entered as second-class mall matter, December 19th, 19.07, at the post ofXic* at Grand Murals, Minn., under the act of Congress o? March 3, 1879. Published weekly at Grand Marais. Minnesota. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR J. A. BLACKWELL, Publisher. Officii! County and Vlllaare Paper. THE PILGRIM ANNIVERSARY FOREFATHERS' DAY Three hundred years ago Decem­ ber 21 the Pilgrim Forefathers land­ ed on the shores of Cape Cod bay i*n old Massachusetts. They little dreamed as they climbed the hillside and surveyed a gloomy anid forbid­ ding landscape, what a historic hour had struck. The nation celebrates their daunt­ less courage today, forgetting some unlovely traits which belonged to the old puritan character. Men of such resolution could not ran in the softer moulds. On the personal side it was a hfgh deed of courage to face these un­ known perils which so many failed to survive. Many other pioneers were equally resolute, bat the mo­ tive of many of them was gold and tra...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 16 December 1920

HAPPINESS FOUND IN WORK" Testimony of Chauncey Depew Is In* dorsed by Another Prominent American Veteran. What is the secret of usefulness above sixty? Let me quote my friend Chauncey Depew, who says,: "I look back over sixty years of continuous ef­ fort ant} when I try to differentiate the uses (St my health and happiness 1 ways come back to work. I ne.ver '®t knew an idle man who was a appy man." It is his reply to those who think the millennium will come when nobody will have to work more than two hours in twenty-four. On his seventy-ninth birthday he said: "With each recurrence of these anniversaries 1 am more impressed with the perma­ nence of friendship." That is the im­ pression of all who have moved tnto the late* years. We may not see our friends daily but the knowledge that they are in the flesh and in the spirit is a wonderful help and satisfaction. In the currency of friendship giving Is getting. Here is a young man of ity-six who voted for John C. Fre ont, who dined wit...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 16 December 1920

VA HAPPINESS FOUND IN WORK Testimony of Chauneey Depew Is In* dorsed by Another Prominent American Veteran^ What is the secret of usefulness above sixty? Let me quote my friend ChauDcey Depew, who says: "I look back over sixty years of continuous ef v^T^jfort and when I try to differentiate the pauses off my health and happiness 1 always come back to work. I never yet knew an idle man who wias a happy man." It is his reply to those who think the millennium will come when nobody will have to work more than two hours in twenty-four. On his seventy-ninth birthday he said: "With each recurrence of these anniversaries 1 am more impressed with the perma­ nence of friendships That is the im­ pression of all who have moved into the latei1 years. We may not see our friends daily but the knowledge that they are in the flesh and in the spirit is a wonderful help and satisfaction. In the currency of friendship giving is getting. Here is a young man of 5iity-six who voted for John C. Fre Jmont, ...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 16 December 1920

"1 I OurBank is a Home Institution Our loans are made right here at home to our good farmers and business men. It is a home institution for our people". We will pay you good interest on your idle funds. Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your psrsDnal check. It is very simple, convenient a ad safe. Cill and we will gladly explain the mmy ad vantages of a checking account. You will always have a receipt which cannot be disputed. The endorsed check, which will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill. a New Leaf By subscribing for THIS PAPER i. Grand Marais State Bank GRAND MARAIS, MINN BO VIS ENGEkSON, President JAS. G. SCOTT, Vice President A. M. ANDERSON, Cashier SniTH'S No More Meals or Lunches Until Next Spring Confectionery and Christmas Goods FRUIT, CIGARS AND TOBACCO Ice Cream, Candy and Soft Drinks Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful at­ tention shipped by parcels post any where. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS-The very latest music Phonograph ...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 23 December 1920

4 9 1U.S.POPULATION NOW 105.708,771 Census Bureau Announces Fir.a! Enumeration Minnesota Has 2,387,125 Persons. FIGURES TO CONGRESS Population Will Be Used as a Basis for Reapportionment of Members of The House From Various States. Washington—Population of the Uni ted States on January 1 this year, as enumerated in the fouretenth census, was 105,708,771, an announced by the Census bureau for certification to Con­ gress as the b^sis for reapportionment of the members of ihe House of Rep­ resentatives from the various states. These are the final population fig ures of tie country and states, the statistics announced early in October having been the preliminary compila­ tions. The populations of states fol­ lows Alabama 2,348,174 Arizona 333,903 Arkansas 1,452,204 California 3,426,861 Colorado 939,62& Connecticut 1,380,631 Delaware 223,003 District of Columbia 437,571 Florida 968,470 Georgia 2,895,832 Idaho 431,886 Illinois 6,485,280 Indiana 2,930.390 Iowa 2,404.021 Kansas 1,769,25...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 23 December 1920

PAGE TW» The Cook County N&ws-I&rato, Entered as aecond-cladB mail matter Decemher T9th. 1907. past office at Grand Marals, Minn., under the act of Consrress of March 3, 1-879. Published weekly at Grand Marals. Minnesota YEAR J. A. BLACKWELL, Publisher OITIHil County Vlllne«» Pnn»r. THE CHRISTMAS THOUGHT There is a tendency for the popu­ lar holidays to lose their original meaning. Yet always you can find an inspiring thought there^ if you look below the surface. The Christmas gift custom has many absurdities. Too often it be­ comes a mere swap between people who feel no strong desire to make the offering of friendship*. And yet this gift hahit is a won­ derful custom. It is a very remark­ able thing that at this time each year practically all the people drop for a moment the incessant hustle for their own advantage and begin thinking what they can do for some­ one else. The fact that they give so freely and generously, often to a considerable portion of their yearly income,...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 23 December 1920

OFFICIAL PBOCEEDIHBS Extra Meetingof tip Gosntv Btard Cook County, Grand Morals, Minnesota, Dec. S^l, 1920. Pursuant to call the Gounjty Board of Cook County met at M)' a. m. this 21st day of December* 192i0t Present—Commissioners Ailen, Bally, Jacobson, Pedersoh and Chairman fin gelson. Absent—None. The minutes of the •, last meeting: were read and tipon motion approved. The bond of the Bank of Qbmmerce and Savings, of Duluth, Minnesota, in the sum of $51,0.M) as depository of County Funds with the Aetna Casualty and Surety Company, of Hartford. Con- 11)1 WlllflHHIihl II llll j, Utilize This New tind Better Light Abeen approved by' the board. The bill I of Peyton Paper Company amounting .-to 16.60 ^or book Of six 121. liot typewriter ribbons) previously pre­ sented to the board was. upon motion, allowed. The folio winer \resdtution was pre­ sented and 4 By the Board: SIMPLE, low-cost means of electric light­ ing in places where electricity has her?to fore unavailable. For attic, cl...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 23 December 1920

~1| MiG MHIK *.( .1. ,f, 4 n* •. &>:7l imkmV 3$\ forTHIS PAPER 'i S H"[ C-\ LET US SPEND THE DAY IN GLADNESS AND THE DAYS THAT FOLLOW IN REMEMBRANCE OF ITS MEANING—THEN INDEED WILL THE COMING YEAR BE' A New Year Grand Marais State Bank GRAND MARAIS, MINN MCWIS SNGELSON, President JAS. G. SCOTT, Vice President A. M. ANDERSON, Cashier SrilTH'S No More Meals or Lunches Until Next Spring and Christmas Goods FRUIT, CIGARS AND TOBACCO Ice Cream, Candy and Soft Drinks Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful at­ tention shipped by parcels post anywhere. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—The very latest music Phonograph Needles of All Kinds for Sale Boostrom Bros., Proprietors of The Motor Inn GRAND MARAIS, MINN. NOW is the time for you to get your car overhauled :y "vs^ Xmas AND MAY IT BftlNG TO YQU AND YOURS A NEW REALIZATION OF WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS, WHAT YOU MAKE IT MEAN IF YOU GARRY ITS SPIRIT INTO YOUR BUSINESS, YOUR HOME LIFE, YOUR DAILY CONTACT WITH YOUR FELLOW MEN $ Everything from a For...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 30 December 1920

•V Ve'i, •v h' "T VOLUME XXVIV *, COAL MINERS DENIED RAISE Operators Refuse to Re-open Award of U. S. Anthracite Commission. REFUSE ARBITRATION Universal Eight-Hour Day Asked for By Workete Turned Down—Con­ troversy to be Placed Before Union Scale Committee. Philadelphia—Declining to re-open the award of the United States An­ thracite Coal commission, the mine operators here rejected the demands of the hard coal mine workers for ad­ ditional wage increases, a minimum six-dollar-day labor rate and the estab­ lishment of a universal eight-hour day. The operators, however, notified the miners' representatives that they stood ready to adjust any "individual cases of inequality" that may be due to the application of the commission's award. Workers Refuse Compromise. Mine workers' representatives told the operators that they could not ac­ cept any compromise and stood by their original demands. They said that the entire matter rrould be placed before the union's general scale committee at...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 30 December 1920

MM (W* •i/X N, The Cook County News-Herald •nt*r«d at second-clnsB mail ,matter December 19th, 1907, at the post office at Grand Marais. Minn., under the act •f Congress of March 3. 1879. Published weekly at grand Marais. Minnesota. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR J. A. BLACKWELL, Publisher. WfTtHil CnnntT «nl Vlllacr Happy New Year! AMERICAN DYESTUFFS When German dyes were shut off by the war, there was a great out­ cry that American chemists never could produce colorings as good. During the early part of the war pe­ riod many fabrics showed the effect of poor dyeing work. The German selling organizations energetically distributed the propaganda, that these were the new American dyes. As a matter of fact during that period, left over German dyes were generally used, but in view of the interruption of supply had to be employed on materials for which they were not adapted. The American dye industry is mak­ ing excellent progress. A writer in "Drug and Chemical Markets" looks forward to the time wh...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 30 December 1920

.V-1 1 V#5:' I V-V/ iv' man always invited his neighbors and tenants to his great hall at daybreak on Christmas morning. There they were regaled upon toast, sugar, nut­ meg and good old Cheshire cheese." The house was decked with ivy and ^ther greens. Under the title of a "Chrislmas box," the general English custom. which still prevails to some extent, a small gift of money was given to post­ men and other delivery men the day after Christmas, which was called "Boxing Day." In 1100 Henry I granted a charter to London, making it a city and the Christmas celebration, it is recorded, consisted of a feast for rich and poor. The people gathered in the streets around blazing bonfires sing­ ing and dancing, after feasting upon oxen, deer, ale and mead. The wasrail bowl, spoken of so often in many books describing P^ngland at the time of the crusades, was another evidence Please, Please, Dear Santa Clans YULETIDE FESTIVITIES IN OTHER LANDS N ENGLAND, Christmas celebrations of throe or four ...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 30 December 1920

WM tv W Sign Merry Xmas AND MAY IT BRING TO YOU AND YOURS A NEW REALIZATION OF WHAT CHRISTMAS MEANS, WHAT YOU MAKE IT MEAN IF YOU CARRY ITS SPIRIT INTO YOUR BUSINESS, YOUR HOME LIFE, YOUR DAILY CONTACT WITH YOUR FELLOW MEN. LET US SPEND THE DAY IN GLADNESS AND THE DAYS THAT FOLLOW IN REMEMBRANCE OF ITS MEANING—THEN INDEED WILL THE COMING YEAR BE A Happy New Year Grand Marais State Bank GRAND MARAIS, MINN LOUIS SNGBLSON, President AS. G. SCOTT, Vice President A. M. ANDERSON, Cashier SHITH'S No More Meals or Lunches Until Next Spring Confectionery and Christmas Goods FRUIT, CIGARS^NDJTOBACCO Ice Cream, Candy and Soft Drinks Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful at­ tention shipped by parcels post anywhere. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS—The very latest music Phonograph Needles-of All Kinds for Sale Booatrom Bros., Proprietors of The Motor Inn GRAND MARAIS, MINN. NOW is the time for you to get your car overhauled Everything from a Ford to a Locomobile We are prepared to do repairing of all k...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 6 January 1921

VOLUME XXVIV ^rffway ^0kj Fridi Decision Handed Dawn by Railrozd antf Warehouse Commission Is Authoriiy The Duluth & Northern Minnesota railway, better known as the Alger Smith line, is authorized to close down its line according to a decision harjded down by the Minnesota Rail ay and warehouse commission on Fridaj ,of last week. Efforts have been made for the last two years to effect the discontinuance of service on the line immediately following the last of the logging' operations of the Alger company. Protests were en­ tered by all of the residents along the line who were sold land on the assumption that tlje road would fur­ nish transportation for them as they developed their holdings and the de­ cision will be a keen disappointment as well as a vital blow to the devel­ opment of the country tributary to the road. UOWE hagd AH of the rolling stock has been sold except a few cars and one en­ gine and according to advice re­ The things that happen in a year, If listed date by ...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 6 January 1921

•jp® W, .v ,*$? 9Ai Til Cook County Wews-HeralC Published weekly at Grand Marais. Minnesota. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR J. A. BLACKWELL, Publisher. Official County and Village paper. WHAT 1921 SHOULD BRING If business seems quiet to the manufacturer or wholesaler, he should take particular pains to push his goods and look carefully after the essentials of good salesmanship. If the worker finds his shop run­ ning on part time, he should use the opportunity to prepare himself for greater efficiency later on. When the season is right, he can start a garden and begin raising poultry, and thus cover a big item in the cost of living. Many men could improve their prospects by taking correspondence cources, or learning some new trade. If the householder finds work slack, he should use the opportunity to do needed repairs about his place and increase its value. If a farmer finds his produce sells at a low price, he should study out scientific methods by which he can secure a better and more abundant ...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 6 January 1921

P^W\h, "/at NATION-WIDE RUM PLOT UNEARTHED Italian Fencing Master Arrested on a Charge of Bribing Prohibition Agents. Pappano' A' »ged Member of Whisky Ring Who Are Said to Have Paid Government Officials Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars. Washington—A nation-wide plot to obtain liquor through, permits obtained by bribing high prohibition officials, fyas revealed in the arrest of "Profes­ sor" Antonio Pappano, a dapper Italian fencing master, in Washington, and the simultaneous arrest in New York of Miss M. E. Parkins and three men em­ ployed in the New York prohibition office and alleged to be her accom­ plices. Pappano is alleged to be a member of the New York "whisky ring." Hun­ dreds of thousands of dollars are said to have been paid to government offi­ cials by his group. At least one bribe is understood to have been for $50, 000. "Pappano claims he is the victim of a frameup," said Captain Bliss, as­ sistant prohibition commissioner. "In a sense he is right, but the frameup came...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 6 January 1921

V. y- There's a Long Nature gives the' squirrel a heavy winter coat. Instinct makes him store up food. But YOU must look out for yourself. Have you a savings account? This bank offers complete facilities for all your banking needs. Convenient hours, convenient location and absolute safety. Grand Marais State Bank GRAND MARAIS, MINN L9&f8 MNGtLS ON, President AS. G. SCOTT, Vice President A. M. ANDERSON, Cashier SHITH'S ^vmmrnmutwmwMMamauBB No More Meals or Lunches Until Next Spring Confectionery FRmT^CTGAR8 AND TOBACCO Ice Cream, Candy and Soft Drinks Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful at­ tention shipped by parcels post anywhere. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS~The very latest music Phonograph Needles of Ail Kinds for Sale Boostrom Bros., Proprietors of The Motor Inn GRAND MARAIS, MINN. NOW is the time for you to get your car overhauled Everything from a Ford to a Locomobile We are prepared to do repairing of all kinds on short notice. Have a car ready to come to your aid if in trou...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County news-herald. — 13 January 1921

Admits Firm Embezzled $350, 000 In Bonds and Money From Idaho Millionaire. ENTER INTO DEATH PACT Agreement Reached When They Dis­ covered That the Shortage Could No Longer Be Concealed— Money 8pent In Speculating. was made to them, to have with him! embezzled $350,000 in bonds and! money from James F. Callahan, mil­ lionaire Wallace, Idaho, mining man, committed suicide by shooting himself at his home here while the police were searching for him. Prosecuting Attorney Lindsey, im­ mediately after receiving the confes slon of Hough, issued a warrant for the arrest of Milholland. Made Suicide Pact. According to the alleged confession of Hough, he and Milholland had en­ tered into a suicide pact and were to have shot themselves in their offices at 11 o'clock Saturday night. This agreement was reached Friday noon, according to Hough, when he and Mil­ holland discovered that the shortage of the Callahan account could no longer be concealed. Hough, according to police authori­ ties, said t...

Publication Title: Cook County News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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