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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 November 1898

Hfi ife-: yV ,f Fall Medicine Is Fully as Important and Beneficial as Spring Medicine. Hood's Sarsaparllla is Just the medicina to keep the blood rich and pure, create an appetite, give good digestion and tone and strengthen the great vital organs. It wards oil malaria, fevers and other forms of illness so prevalent in the Fall. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills cure ai.' Liver Ills. 25 cents. Told By Figures. No fewer than 1,173 persons have been buried in Westminster Abbey. Russia is said to own 3,000,000 liorse es—nearly one-Half of the whole num­ ber in existence. More than 500,000 sewing machines are made in this country annually, which is 90 per cent of the production of the world. Taking the average depth of the sea to be three miles, there would be a layer of salt 230 feet deep if the water should evaporate. The oldest university in the world is El Ayhar at Cairo. It is the greatest Mohammedan university, having clear records dating back nearly...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 November 1898

•, VOLUME VII. 1 AGNES' HISTORY. She -was born in the prison ward of the big hospital. Her mother, a slender, dark-eyed jgirl of barely 20, had been arrested fpr fortune telling only two weeks before, And now lay sad and silent, unheeding of the doctors, the nurses, or even the Jchubby bunch that kicked and cried be­ dside her. She did not seem to remember about ifce baby. Even when they held it up before her sEe did not realize that it belonged to her, and that if her life •ended another weaker one would be left to fight and face the world alone. And so that night she died. The doctors knew they could not save her, because she did not care to live. "How beautiful she must have been," the night nurse whispered. "Do you know anything about her?" The doctor shook his head. "No," he answered, "nothing beyond the fact that she told fortunes to save herself irom death, and so brought on this, last misfortune, which made her wish to die. When I asked her if she had no home, and where the ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 November 1898

I. fx. FA .THE COOK COUNTY HEBALD. .. OFFICIAL PAPII OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Yea! in Advance, GRAND MARAIB. MINN.. NOV. 10, 1898. As to the Stage Routs. The people of Lake and Oook counties should now get together and make a combined effort to seoare an appropria­ tion for the opening up of the lake shore road between Beaver Bay and Gross river. Cook County has built a first class road as far west as Gross river, and we understand that Lake county has constructed a good road from Two Har bora to Beaver Bay. This leaves only about thirty miles yet to be built to give Cook county the long wished for stasre route from Two Harbors to Grand Ma rais. The new postal schedule giving us a semi-weekly mail service from Two. Harbors during the winter months makes it more important that this road should be oompleted as it insures the establishing and maintenance of a stage line on the route. Such a line would in connection with the carrying of the mail...

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. — 19 November 1898

PI ¥&% *X 4 '3 3 I OF LOCAIj INTEREST. Gqorge Howenstine went to Doluth Friday. H. H. Bartletfc went to Duluth Friday on business. Auditor Fisher returned home from Duluth Thursday. A SOD was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Backlund Wednesday. A. H. Elftman left on the Dixon Fri­ day morning for Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. John Matheson returned "home from Duluth Thursday. Mrs. O. S. Durfee left yesterday morn­ ing to spend the wiater in Duluth. Frank M. Brewer, of the firm of Dun kau & Brewr of Duluth, made a business yisit in town the first of the week. Erail Eliason and John Jaoobson of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Tuesday afternoon on their way to Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Pinsonneault, who have been employed at the hotel for some time past left on the Dixon for Duluth yesterday. Andrew Johnson left on the Dixon Fnday morning for Duluth after a month's stay in town. Mr. Johnson will move his family here in the spring* and engage in the fishing business in partnership wit...

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. — 19 November 1898

J'$ :$S $&• DEAR MRS. $INKHAM :—I 441had n£}SM?nt» IHi HAPPY SMOTHERS AND HEALTHY CHILDREN. fell £ydla EL Plnkham'sVegetable Compound Goes Straight to the Cause of All Female Troubles and Assures a Healthy Maternity. vir. ., ,:•/• :7'siii4%* Mrs. M. SINGER,"104 Doctors had failed to help me. I have no one to thank but Mrs. Pinkham and her won­ derful remedy." Mrs. ELLA DUNGAN, writes: 44 Reeder's Mills, Iowa, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good. Do Good, Never Sicken, Weaken, or Gripe, 10c, 25c, 60c. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... •TERLLBT LT«4R CMIUJ, Chfafo, Maalrasl, Raw Ttrfc. 911 H0-T0-BAC xiaranteed by all drur JBE Tobacco Habit. gi»WtO B*re .one-half the motive power on Band Pumpf o* Wind Mills. Can be applied to any pump. Will wear twenty years. If your pomp or mill works hard, buy one. If not found as represented after thirty fays' trial, returnltandwe will send you yourmoney. 'rice S3. OO. Agents Wanted. Can clear (100 ,per month. No talking it speaks for Itself. BANK MFG. CO., ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 November 1898

4 '5 ,1 tyv. it- VOLUME Til. ?5 ivJj A OOM-PAH'S GHOST. I maintain that, because a fellow is so built that he acts smart occasional­ ly, there is no excuse for attempting tt bisect him. If—but it is all over now, And as I was not fatally bifurcated, I -do, not know as it is. worth while for me to get mentally red-headed over the matter. Still, I feel pretty The late Mr. Oom-Pah,while a prom-, inent member of the Waw-Hoo tribe of Indians, had been largely engaged in the butchering business, and by ways did a land- office" business In ex­ tracting- scalps with neatness and dis­ patch. Oom-Pah was a hard worker, and, with the Scriptures, believed that the laborer is worthy of his hair. If Oom-Pah had displayed a little less impartiality, he might have car Tied on business at the old stand for a good while longer than he did. But he finally got to operating too near home, and this led to his demise at the hands of a friend, Mr. Ta-Ra-Dum, from quite a distance up the creek. This was how...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 November 1898

Afc ,% TIIJ2 COOK COUNT* QvriciAi. PAP®! OF !,r- M' gles, Cog* COO^TT^„ GHSIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietot ]ji ^eras, fl,00 a Year In Advance. GRAND MARAIS.MINN.. NOV. 26. 1898. A PlCTURe OF CHINA" TO-DAY. pofrvptlon in Office la a Common Oe eurrenee, M&ndarindom literally goeth about ww~-py*** ««v«»,'5p rrr~~~" FLOCK STRAYED 500 MILES. Shepherd Killed by Liffhtnink and the Sheep Go on a Long Journey. A herder in charge of a flock of 2,000 ^heep which were grazingnear the base pf the San Francisco jnountains in Ari­ zona was killed by lightning during a terrific storm which visited that section ubout Auigust 1. Ar wolves. fls ft roarjng lion seeking what it can de^ .-4 Rev, Dr. John Henry Barrows* the voiir, says tlbe North China Herald, Of- course of his baccalaureate sermon at -flees are held at. fixed prices by metro- Amherst college at Amherst, Mass., politaii and provincial authorities said: "America stands in the highway taxes are collected in full, but are deci- of the na...

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. — 26 November 1898

JO fv '4 1 •1 pF XjOOAIi INTBRESST. 1 1 lan 1""" '"Si" "V *i MoDenongh^ame^from draqd Portage Sunday. *~i Miss Olara Peterson left on theJDixon Thursday for Dulmth. A eon was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gust. Andersdn on Sunday last.'^:^^/' ||Miss Oelia Murphy left for, .her home in WeatDulnthThursday,*- f\ "t" George Nagonab-and wife of Grand Portage are visiting friends in town. E. 0. Carhart was in town a few days this week visiting with his brother Clark. Miss ^Mary Howenstine left for her home in Duluth Thursday after an ex­ tended visit in Grand Marais. Miohael Flat and family' .of X^rand Portage came upon the Dixon Friday last to spend the winter here. •Sr- Peter Gagnon, of Grand Portage, passed through town on the Dixon this week on his way home from Dnluth. Olaus Jacobson and Swan Johnson of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Thursday on their way to Duluth. Andrew Holte returned today from Duluth, aoeompanied by his siscer. Mrs. Nelson, who will reside here during the winte...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 November 1898

wife C\. gjj^ '-V" fcfi':- ••"ft, HJOUS-I MESS iliS# Do yon get up with headache? Is there a bad .|a§te Jn„ four mouth? ^j What is the cause of all this'trouble? Constipated bowels. will give you prompt relief and certain cure. Kmmga Yomr Blood Puro. If you have neglected your caee a long time, you had better take Ager\ sirsapifiua also. It will remove all impurities that have been accumulating in your blood and will greatly strengthen your nerves. Mfrff* tho Doctor* thwi b« (omttblnK about WAR CM*m*7 you do not quite under­ stand. Writ* tho doctor.trmly: tell him how you *M ittlKisf. In «Ul promptly ncelyp UM beat Ileal tdviee. Addxdij, Dr. J. O. Ayiti Lowell, Uui Why He la MI Worshiped. can't understand all this adulation •C Dewey. He simply obeyed orders. Anyone else in his place might have doae just the same as he did." "Ah, but you forget that there isn't any likelihood of his coming home and lecturing about it."—Chicago Record. The superior man Is slow in his words and earnest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 December 1898

ILLUME it •fv 5 '4 5 -1 -I V1L "01® BUDGET OF FUN. A iSOI^E GOOD JOKIES, ORIGINAL I, AND SEl/ECTED. Vv lA Variety of Jokes—Jibes and Ironies Original and Selected—Flotsajpoi and Jetum from tlie Tide of Humor— Witty Sayings. College and Business* Last winter I would rise at ten, I went to bed at two, My soul was filled with anguish when I had to brush a shoe. I used to quaff champagne at night, A cocktail in the morn, My pUrse and feet were always light, I held our Dean in scorn. These days I rise at half-past five And work till half-past six, Then thank the Lord that I'm alive My drinks I never mix. I gladly usher in the church. My tone is mild and meek, 'As on an offlce-stool perch For dollars five a week. —M. D. Follansbee. German Talk. Gilbert, the librettist, met Liebling, the pianist, not long ago, and they say ihe following interchange occurred be­ tween them. Liebling, you must know, has an inordinate vanity, hnd Gilbert, as you do know, has a caustic wit. Xiiebljng was intro...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 December 1898

1 w- Mi COOK COUNTY HBBALD^ OFFICIAL PAPSI OF Temjs, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAMP MA RAIS. MINN.. DEC. 3, HORSE THAT KNEW ITS DUTY. When Ria Master Wm Sick He Got on as Well Without Him. A remarkable jjlisplay of animal sa­ gacity was given, the other day in Ken­ sington by the horse driven by old Har­ ry Pindle, an itinerant coal dealer, says the Philadelphia Record. Harry has fceeij a small dealer for years, andimany p. bucket of coal he sells to customers of 30 years' standing. "Hector," the old bay horse, has been owned by -Harry for several ye.ars, and although he is old and lame, the animal serves his master ell. Last week, while out with a load of coal, Harry was taken sick, and, leaving his six-year-old grand­ son on the wtagon, he went into a friend's house to rest. Now, Hector evidently got tired of waiting, for when Harry, who had become very sick, came out with his friend to be driven home, the team was gone. Late that afternoon the grandson came home with an empty wag...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 December 1898

u. 1 •33^ OF LOCAL. INTEREST Leonae jll-tpr ^4wrreral daya. 'l\ There is quite an epidemieof la pjrippe in the village. John and Lizzie How ens tine left for Dnluth on Wednesday. Register of Deeds Oarhatt went to Dnluth on Wednesday. N. J. Bray and family returned to Hoyland on Tuesday night. Four members of the family of FraukJ, LeSagears not able to be about. Ga*t Olson went to Duluth .on Wed­ nesday on a final round-up for supplies iter the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fisher, accompa­ nied by Miss Hilda Benson, removed to Duluth on Wednesday. ComJhissioners Jackson and Engelson were in attendance at the commissioners meeting held Wednesday. We publish this week the first of our co nmunioations from Hiutsen correspon­ dent and trust that he will not weary in well doing. It is rumored that John Matbeson and Chris Johnson have formed a partnership with a view of fishing Lake Superior dry this winter. The West Side is being vacated this week by most of the residents who aro going into w...

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. — 3 December 1898

'W*i' I--. 7 1: V- 5 -C-s ••V'. §1 CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOV* .. BRY AND INVENTION* A Time Piece That Registers the Thou sandtli Fart ot Second—Triumph of f.t!. Qeralan Clookmaker—A Fneumatlo '?r Wood Borer—Stlni of the Honey Bee. The 8 tine of the Honey Boo. There has been more or less discus­ sion of late on the effects of bee stings. Some authorities claim that after a number of stings persons become im­ mune others declare that it is only in exceptional cases that this state of things occur. There are maipr bee keepers who never become so accus­ tomed to the stings that they feel will ing to risk the pain at the moment and the extremely uncomfortable soreness that follows contact with these small but fierce antagonists. To be sure some persons are less affected than others, but this proves nothing from a scientific standpoint. An experience of years has led a number of agricultur­ ists to the belief that there are seasons and conditions that govern the effect of bee stings. One of...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 December 1898

EXPLANATION OF IT FRENCHMAN. BY A Bad Effect on Public tlfe—-He Says Balzao and Rabelais Were True Sons of the Tine, Caustic, Flippant and Unkind—Satire Deplored. France is in trouble about her soul. She is filled with vague and unrealized •desires, says the London Mail. Not content with her wealth and capacity lor happiness, which might inspire envy in the breast of the most arro­ gant Anglo-Saxon, she still sighs for what she has not, and dreams of an •empire across the sea, as though her •own country were a heritage not worth the keeping. She feels the need of ex­ pansion, so say her philosophers, and she cannot satisfy her need. The al­ liance with -Russia proved for awhile an assuagement of grief, but the im­ perial bond is becoming irksome, and the voice of France is once more raised !in lamentation. Paris is destroying the provinces, says one, by attraeting !&11 the talent of the country to her 'boulevards the Jews are destroying ithe whole country, says another, by iputt...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 December 1898

IK: V-V TSS OOOK COUNTY HERALD., :$^$x v.:.l pvftciA.ii PAMI or COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY. Editor and Propletor, X«rm», $1,00 Year in Advance GRAND -1AABAI8. MINN.. DSO. 17, ip.'x LakopbortBoad. W* diraofc the ittiotioo of out' readers tothalattar from uFaJt&*r"iii The mau who blackguards corpora­ tions to get office and all the time he is jn office and. then attaches himself to a corporation as soon as he gets out of office, capnot escape being called either wobbly or on the make. The men who will return to private life at the close of this session of Con­ gress are depended upon to liven up the Congressional debates by giving free play to their tongues. Ex-Queen Lil will put in a claim for 86,000,000, but could doubtless be easily persuaded to compromise for about 5 per cent of that amount. Our newspaper paragraphers probably do more to make the Kaiser hate the U. &. than oar commercial rivalry of Germany does. Aguinaldo will soon be in a position to hold a bargain sale of...

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. — 17 December 1898

e- OF LOCAi/INTERfiST. ,t Mrs. Aug. it. Johnson is ill. GustAnderson's baby is ^r^ 'r^Th« LeSage family are improving ilOWJy.v:::irt on ". .... VV, '^p Antoine Fellison and wife are both in *-'A poor health. Nejoda has been oonfined to Ms home forcsemral days. •f-1. The last session of the "War Congress" the 5th inst. Auditor Murphy is on the sick list wv TOth-a severe sore'throat. CommissionerscJaoksoD and Etagelson arrived Friday evening to attend the *. meeting of the board. A J. Boott and Bennie were home jfrom their trapping ground* for a few days. They report that the far crop will likely be a good one this season. A. J. Scott has decided to remain at home for a time. Jimmie accompanied Bennie on his retcrn to the trapping grounds, The Board of County Commissioners are in session today, an extra meeting C-. having been called to complete the fund­ ing indebtedness bonds. To Care a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet*, draggiirta refund money if it fails to cure....

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. — 17 December 1898

fw ®S -S W i^tV W' k* .u WrH' $$$${ pFAEM AND GABDEN. OF INTEREST !FP! MATTERS' TO AGRICULTURISTS. «omo Up-tO-Date Hint* About Cul­ tivation of the Boll and Yields Thereof—Horticulture. Viticulture »nd iriorlculture. Asparagus Culture In Missouri. Bulletin No. 43 of the Missouri Ex­ periment Station, by Prof. J. C. Whit ten, horticulturist, describes, in detail the best methods of growing aspara­ gus, which, briefly summarized, are a3 follows: This plant succeeds well in any rich soil, a loose and somewhat sandy soil being preferred. The best varieties are the Palmetto and Colossal. "For the best results the seed should be sown in the greenhouse or hot-bed in Feb­ ruary. When the plants are two or three inches high put the best of them In 2% inch pots. The selection of plants is of great importance. Many of them will have stems that are flat and twisted, or that send out branches near the ground, are tough and woody and should be discarded. Select only such as are cylindrical, smoot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 December 1898

VOLUME TIL Pf •it TALMAGE'S SEKMON. it KTHE GRANDMOTHERS" LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. l*TIie Unfeigned Faith That Is In Thee, Which liwelt First in Thy Grand­ mother (Loll"—From Second Book of VTimothy, Chapter 1, Verse 5. In this pastoral letter which Paul, the old minister, is writing to Timo­ thy, the yoking' minister, the family record is brought out. Paul practical­ ly says: "Timothy, what a good grand­ mother you had! You ought to be better than most folks, because not only was your, mother good, but' your grandmother was good also. Two pre ceding generations of piety ought to give you a mighty push in the right direction." The fact was that Timothy needed encouragement. He was in poor health, having a weak stomach, iand was a dyspeptic, and Paul pre­ scribed for him a tonic, "a little wine for thy. stomach's sake'*—not much wine, but a little wine, and only as a medicine. And If the tvine then had been as much adulterated with logwood and strychnine as our modern wines, he would n...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 December 1898

RNA- coos OOUNTY HERALD. jfc Terms* tLCO a Year in Advuuc^. v- GRAN MMUIS.M1NN.. DEC 'it. 1^3. THE HERALD* heartily- vnElii's" all it* r^jic» rs ii,Mer*y ClSneTl)*n3 iin'tl H*ippv Nc\v-^itr.v?Tl!«»'jiiPt vpar lifts bp-'ii Let tba spirit of the A rock at *jie bo! torn of Nrw York harbor Las dun? whc.t SnmnHi snu «i's oouldu'L do—kioek^d/i li ,}» i.-r 8. warth)}.:It is eeiiinat- c! -ijirt i., days will qnirt ti t«- p: ir il.« ri. age done by the fcrnmsdir)^ oi tin- tt ship MaS'-aehnsei t.H. business. The belief set to ho growing in Ch cago that A!derni«Mi who can be hot) phould b-* ro«df 0 b- ept. KAFFIR BOY'S DARING F*£AT. Kills a Venomonu alack Snake tor a Small Reward. A road party,- comprising the usual gang of Kaffirs, with a white man as su­ perintendent, was employed on the con­ struction oi a road in the Tugela val­ ley, Natal, about -30 or more years ago. In the course of their work they came on a huge stone which it was necessary to remove, but beneath it was the home of a l...

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. — 24 December 1898

/a%jswiw ri, Jkferty "^hn^ IS+vf it'fcff' Sioar eie^F two *&uid ij&drejjai$ t-o exp iqj tnrirf Ki+f**1-!4- laud arid sj&Ms go. i»artyv frlcaiv OP-k». ow« tp. .alirn or,p""f^ mmm met&Bm&i id boot] bostoasa ?r&k- i® bwgitinin :ff%a a £r Gi*na1|.. no iMflof her1 ni slae: i*k ",J,As VT a^d the ruction ,o/ Rayillr Jey, Jfatsrl, al6iutjS0 o^moir years a the course' of It kihey remov^lfi s«Ha«e -bardepipar jaln 8/ as hling says .the fxj pexiat end-"Ghi lariin ^iovcr IhatCfrom esnnke' and IN&Mlrir'* Pol*«. y*"\au l^y^^nd Whatever th^r*e t6 doth*y tlo"„ Cr ltt !& ^"Wr™ it -t off,. -?^r "mwiM iS8 aud^okln^ ffc tpest6n Cnn^blp.b over, vued wl£d to a ver :rbe Mrvtii he' vredrthv M^ask.1. K®sg^^ssa DEFECTIVE PAG tue CO»gT« g?lt mm® vermin !,.j»ls income.,c mm&t iPPy^P •MBalMBPi iiW iRiiiii SwSfe^S •?M3$ 8?® mm in* said that he **r idyeTl thiit-t))ti lottuyfuieraiutiw Id JV r#+aig filed Entice fit hip intention make •or in inppoit of lurt uialti. and ?&mmt ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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