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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 May 1899

WAT "S. F." MEANT. (By Lilian Quiller Couch.) On a summer evening not so very long ago the brightest, prettiest, dain­ tiest (some said "wickedest," but that Was a libel), most bewitching, co­ quettish, mischievous,• good-hearted girl in Hovemouth stood before the mirror in her bedroom at the hotel, gathering the billowy folds of her pink muslin frock about her waist by means of a satin sash, and looking back at her reflection as she did so. On her fcead was a pink triumph—in -other words, a shady hat—in her eyes lay a twinkle of mischief, and her chiffon sunshade lay on the bed. A few minutes later, fully equipped, Miss Mary Girlington passed through the vestibule. There was a travel worn trunk in one corner with two Initials'on it on which her eyes flick­ ered with a gleam of satisfaction, then she stepped into the garden, and on down the cliff path leading to the beach. When this was reached she slackened, pace, sauntering, as if to breathe ozone were her only object in life. The...

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. — 27 May 1899

S, FARM 'AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. SomeUp-Oo-Date Biata About C«l tltatloa of the Ml u« Yield* Thereof—Horticulture, VltlcaltaN Md Plorleeatare. Bajary to Ml—umrl Orchard*. The secretary of tfae Missouri State ^Horticultural Society sends o«t the following: I realize that the .general impression of our people and of our newspapers, is that the reports unade about the lo'ss of the fruit crop and injury to the trees are far overdrawn, but such is not usually the oase. On Que con­ trary they are usually under-estimated, aaid oftentimes the injury is much more serious than reported, instead .of less. The great and widespread damage by the freeze of February is not -by any means over-estimated, as the reports from five hundred inquiries fully tes­ tify. There newer has been such seri­ ous results from any cold winter as this one, during the history of fruit ^growing in Missouri, and now the •Question comes to every one of us— Jnore important even than the fruit '...

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. — 27 May 1899

w- 14 SCIENTIFIC TOPICS. —:—. jr CURRrNT NOTES OF DISCOV eky and'Invention! CompreHwd Air Oprratc* New!y In •vented Automatic Baggage Swasher— A New Sanitary Toothbrush—Virtue of Ivy Leaves—The Next U. 8. Census. Next V. 8. Census. William R. Merriam, ex-governor of Minnesota, the new director of the census, -hopes' to begin to organize the machinery of his bureau about the 1st* of May. Nofhlhg will bfe done for the present except to select the heads of different departments, experts who will constitute the framework of the slew bureau. The entire force of the census, with the exception of the as­ sistant director, will be appointed by the director, giving him a control of a great amount of patronage. But the great army of clerks and enumerators, numbering in all over 60,000, will not be chosen for several months, as the enumeration does not begin until June 1, 1900. Under the law the census is to re­ late mainly to four items, viz.: Popu­ lation, mortality, products of agricul­ tur...

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. — 27 May 1899

OUR BUDGET OF FUN. Il's */. I •,' SOME GOOD JOKES, ORIGINAL. AND SELECTED. A. Variety of. Joke*—Gibes and Ironies Original and Selected—Flotsam and :,letsam from the Tide of Humor— Witty Saying. Don't Go Into Particulars. Wheh you meet a politician Of a. strictly business kind, Who at last has climbed tlie ladder .And left all his past behind. You must compliment him shrewdly if you don't want any row You can say you're glad he got there, But, you needn't mention how. You can speak With admiration Of the place he's risen to And talk about the future And the things that he will do, But brevity is safer. Simply make your little bow And say you're glad he got there. And you needn't mention how. 1 —Washington Star. Discontinued Flls Telephone. "Had my telephone taken out last •week," said the man who is known in a certain seetion of Piety Hill as "such a good neighbor." "Just ordered it back again. Got mad and cut my nose off to spite my face. Deep-voiced man with an official tone calle...

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. — 27 May 1899

|A|f, M.-4 THE OOOK BOUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAFKI OF COOK COUNTY., A CHRIS MURPHY. Editor and Proprietor.^ Terms, FLOOA YeaT in Advance. ©HAND MARAIS, MINN.. MAY 27.1899. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. The Cruelist Yet.—She—"My face is my fortune." He—"Well, poverty is no disgrace."—Puck. Mrs. Gfump—"I saw one, of my old admirers yesterday." Mr. Grump—"In some lunatic asylum?"—Judy. "What can equal the warmth of a true woman's love?" asked the dearest girl. "Her temper," replied the savage old bachelor.—Cigarette.: "How does Billets rank as a poet?" "Too heavy for a light-weight, and too light for a heavy-weight."—Philadel­ phia North American. "My children," said the poor, man jsadly, "are crying for bread." "Which shows," replied the rich1 man coldly, "how much you are to be thankful for. Now, mine are crying for bonbons."— Answers. .V Frank (unmarried)—"Do you think a man has a right to open his wife's let­ ters?" Robert (married)—"Well, he might have the right, but I don't see how he could...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 May 1899

I &• n- L* %1 V-A HERALDINQS. Thanks are da* Mayor Engelaon of Totta. Tnaanrer Johnson went to Dnlnth Thursday. J. H. Gilmore waa in town the first of the week. Mra J. Matheson returned from Tofte Wednesday. Oounty Attorney Titus apent the week at Hovland. Bev, Andrew Peterson returned home laat Sunday. H. H. and Boy Bartlett have returned from Dnlnth. Geo. H. Gamble of Daluth waa a visi­ tor this week. J. O. Campbell left for Duluth on Tuesday boat. Olaf Fredriokson and Gust Peterson of Lntseh are in town. Alex Easier of Lntsen went to Duluth Thursday on a business trip. 1 Michael Murphy is home after a few weeks' visit in West Duluth. Edward W. Waklin has returned from few weeks' visit to Dnluth. S. P. Fitztjerald of Pork Bay waa a light seer in town this week. Mayor Nelson of Lutsen was a passen­ ger for Dulnth on Thursday boat. P. Vanneboo returned from a bnsiness trip to Daluth Wednesday evening. P. M. Graff of Hovland is undergoing treatment in Duluth for rheumatism. Swamp...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 May 1899

•.! TWICE SAVED :.? it. A 5^ liHfi: i.* f^ r^%f4. 'Miss: Doris and her groom cantered together across the downs, that swept in broad folds of many-tinted greens toward the sea, flashing^aud.sparkling in golden sun-gleams, on the horizon. She, the" l,7-"yearrOld'. only .child* of parents married iat'6/in eltiefly now, tfitti Settled ways'and "hafiits ac­ cording ill "with "the latter-day -.intru­ sion of restlGss'ybuth—this growing np of the daughter they doubtless loved but little apprehended. Fair she was and Sweet, happy ifc her recent emancipation fr§m ^school re­ straints and traqam'elat, content yith life,1 unaware as fyfet of "her lack of parental comprehension add- control, her youthful mind attuned ...to all maiden fancies .in theirlitaMern garb: of "universal brotherhood.'* equality, the leveling of-class- distinctions as preached by her: best-loved school-, mate, the daughter of an ardent, well-"-' known socialist leader. He who ode beside her at her own request, a few. ye...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 May 1899

HIS OLD YEWLOW I'd AIM AN AO. I left the farm when, mother died, and changed my place of dwellin' To daughter Susie's stylish house, right li\.the city street,, Ana there was them, before I came, that sort of scared me tellin" How I would find the town-folks' ways so difficult to meet Tney said I'd have no comfort in the rust lin', flxed-up throng, And have to wear stilt collars every •week-day right along. I And I take to city ways Just like a dvugk to-water, I like the racket and, the noise and nev­ er tire of shows And there's no end of comfort in the mansion of my daughter, And. everything is right at hand, and money freely flows And hired help is all about, ust listenin' for my call, But I miss tha "i'Olltfw- almanac from-off* ray kitchen wall. The house Is full of calendaxa from attio to the cellar They're painted in all colors, and are fancy-like to see. But just in this particular I'm not a mod­ ern feller, 'And the yellow-covered almanac is good enough for me I'm used to it...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 May 1899

§ii miwmmmm S: Wi IPOT? "ROYS A NT) flTBTiS I ,XVH IH/IS9 Aiix* WUUjO. "Th« Charm String," a Juvenile Story— How Frankle Followed His Papa's Words—A Boy's Apology to a Tramp —Animal* on Guard*. The End of the Balnboif. May you go and find it? You must, I a Ah, lighted young eyeB, could I show you how— "Is it pajat those lilies that look so near?" It is past all flowers. Will you listen, now? The pretty new moons faded out of the sky. The bees and butterflies out of the air, And sweet wild songs would flutter and fly Into wet dark leaves and. the snow's white glare. 5. iere were winds and shells full" of lone­ some cries, There were lightnings and mists along the way, And the deserts would glitter against my eyes, "Where the beautiful phantom-fountains Play. At last, in a place very dusty and bare, Some little dead birds I had petted to sing, Some little dead flowers I had gathered to wear, Some wither'd thorns and an empty ring. Lay scatter'd. My fairy story is told. (It does not pl...

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. — 3 June 1899

VOLUME "VIIL S3»«5S9l&fci -v -4 "tf- A BABY PASSENGEB. By Bram TStoker. t)ne night we were journeying in the ^tfest of the Rockies over a road bed '•%hich threatened to jerk out our teeth 'with every loosely-laid sleeper on the line. Traveling in tirat part of the world, certainly In the (days I speak of, was pretty hard. The travelers were most­ ly men, all overworked, all overanx­ ious, and intolerant of anything which hindered their work or interfered with the measure cff their repose." In night journeys the berths of the sleeping cars were made up early, and as all the night trains were sleeping cars, the only thing to be dbne was to turn in at once and try and sleep away the time. As mrost of the men were usual­ ly tired out with the day's work, the arrangement suited everybody. You can understand that on such journeys women and children were disturbing elements. Fortunately £hey were, as night travelers, rare, and the women, with thai (consideration for the needs of their ...

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. — 3 June 1899

Vp7, 5.- 4 S is IN CHINESE SCHOOL. MOST WONDERFUL ALPHABET IN THE WORLD. It Baa 214 Characters and th« Paplla Save to Straggle with Conflicting -'Sounds—Almost a Lite-Long Btwdy to Understand It. Of all their studies, the almond-eyed youngster finds writing the most en­ joyable, says the Liverpool Chronicle. They use a small brush instead of pen, and daub on the ink with a lavisfa ness dear to the juvenile heart. They write one letter over another till the page is black as a cooking stove, and the copybooks become so wet that it is necessary to hang them over the fence to dry. A comical sight, truly, and one which proclaims to 'the passer­ by his proximity to a fschoolhouse. It may be remarked that blotting paper is unknown in the flow«^ land. There are no public schools in 'China, or, indeed, sdhoolhouses of any kind. But -the boys .and girls of the flowery land repair to the house of their teacher to pursue their studies. They do not sit upon the floor, as is commonly supposed, Jo...

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. — 3 June 1899

S Tom—After aH, v^hat are kisses goo4 for?" V" Kitty (demurely)—Their face ralu*. —Brooklyn Eagle. A Strong Man's Secret. The strongest man on earth says tht secret of his wonderful power is per­ fect digestion. Hoetetter's Stomach Bitters make digestion easy, and cure* all complaints arising from a weak stomach, such as indigestion, bilious­ ness, liver and kidney ailments. As a tonic it is marvelous. Everybody needs it at this time of the year. Je«lon«y. First Venerable Man—I met old Bill Jones just now, and he had 1£e assur­ ance to tell me that he felt as fresh as a two-year-old. Second Venerable Man—Likely he meant a two-year-old egg.—Indianapo­ lis Journal. PATENTS. List of patents Issued Last Week to Northwestern Inventors Seward A. Dean, Minneapolis, Minn., time recorder Joseph H. Dietz, Owa tonna, Minn., windmill $ower equaliz­ er William C. Humphrey, Jamestown, N. D., belt fastener William Kurth, Casselton, N. D., lace holder and wind­ er Johnston Mealey, Howard Lake, Minn...

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 June 1899

I iv IIV rf'V I *CH" 1 1 1 1 THIS COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF GOOK COUNTY, CHRIS MURPHY,Editor arid Proprietor. Terms, $l.tWra*YtBar in Advance.. GRAND MARAJ^-l^NN.. JUNE S. 1899. NOTES OF THE MODES. Odd Item* of Interest for Ladies Who Follow the Latest Fashions. All bodices' show lace or some light decoration at the neck, the finest kind of Alencon being as much in evidence as Irish and guipure lace. Jet plays an important part on all evening gowns. It is immensely be­ coming and decorative and particular­ ly effective when combined with white tulle. AH costumes worn in the daytime are 3f the strictest tailor-made order, fash­ ioned in the lightest colored cloths, and 3titched in a straight line or scalloped 2dge. Little neck ruches and shoulder capes are much in demand for evening use. Some are made of chiffon in lavender and rose pink, with accordion-plaited double-neck ruff quite high at the neck. Hats are more elaborate than ever, either entirely made of flowers or t...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 June 1899

HERALDINQS. A child of Michael Plat is dangerously sick. Treasurer Johnson is home from Du lnth. The infant child of Mr. and Mr& Brattn is quite ill. Bev. H. P. Berg of West Superier is holding a series of meetings on Maple HilL J. H. Bur well of St. Paul was attend­ ing to land matters at the court house this week. E. Falconer and Joe. Hicky of Duluth partook of Col. Paine's hospitality dur­ ing the week. H. J. Braun was elected delegate from Ogema Tent of the Maccabees to the state convention. Paul jLaPlante and family have moved here from Grand Portage, they now oc­ cupy the McMillen house. L. Bergsteine a Swedish Jew peddler of Two Harbors has been calling on the people here the past few days. Carl Anderson came in from the dia­ mond drill Sunday and went to Duluth Tuesday, he was en route to St. PauL Glaus Hanson wrenched his' back severely last week and has been confined to his bed since, he is improving slow­ ly. A. W. Peterson of Lutsen was in town Monday, he brought wit...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 June 1899

JR. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. SOME GOOD STORIES FOR: OUR JUNIOR READERS. "The Little On« la All Right," a Story by Mary A. lteaioa—How Ir. BEtlbarn Studied—An Acted Parable—Why She iot tbe OolL /A Child's Wish. "Be my fairy, mother, Give me a wish a day Something, as well In sunshine As when the rain-drops play." "And if I were a fairy, ith but one wish tp spare, What should I give thee, darling To quiet thine earnest prayer?" "I'd like a little brook, mother, All for my very own, To laugh all day among the trees. And shine on the mossy stone. To run right under the window, And sing me fast asleep, With soft steps, and a tender sound Over the grass to ,creep. "Make It run down the hill, mother, With a leap like a tinkling bell, So fast I never can catch the leaf That into Its fountain fell. "Make it as wild as a trightened bird, As crazy as a bee, And a noise like the baby's funny laugh That's the brook for me!" "The Little One Is All Right." (Mary A. Benson.) "We'll bury her just as we d...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 June 1899

T, a M^&i"Suffering ... ,.... nnn J* PA/NFULPERIODS NO MORE GEORGE OSMUN, of Belvidere, Warren are **Ois Sold Onlp to Riders ONE PRICE TO ALL. Wheels from $10.00 to $41.50. Write TO-DAY for our up-to-date Cat'g. CASH OR TIME. Immediate Delivery. STOCK RAISERS Dl YOIIWANT A HONEP ACRES OF GOOD bUjUUD FARMING LAUDS W^ll ftrwl it greatly to their advantage, tt before purchasing a farm, they will look at the country along the line of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad. DAIRY FARMERS Who desire the best Clover ancl Timothy Hod, In a district which can boast of a fin* climate, good pure water,, rich soil, fin* meadows, and near to the markets of Bt Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth and Superior should apply immediately by leter or In person to Wffl. P. TROWBRIDGE, Asst. Land Commissioner, St Paul & Duluth R. R. Sox 17—803 Globe Bid?., St. Paul, Minn. IT. —JJo. 17-- 1009 jKr GD., N. in Htmdreds of thousands of farmers—United States farmers, European farmers, South American nrmers, Austra...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 June 1899

glS'W. S IT?: I •rf Jv ~x 4l*i* ~x *$3' i". *w **•& I*r& "*»f & jM$ W i0t-[ FARM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OP INTEREST AGRICULTURISTS, I TO floaMUp*to-D»te Hints About Cul­ tivation of the Soli »nd Yields Thereof—Horticulture, Viticulture and Floriculture. Vhkt Variety of Potatoes. Some time ago a farmer sold the writer ten bushels of potatoes which were contracted for before the pota­ toes were dug. They proved to he very small, but yet not so small that they could be refused. On investiga­ tion it was found that they were of a variety that is pretty well run out. The farmer said that all of his neigh­ bors that were growing this variety complained that for several years they .had not been able to get more than half crops. Now, while we do not believe that potatoes run out of necessity, yet most of them are so carelessly handled that they do run out after a time: It would therefore seem that every man should watch his variety and see that it is not growing less productive. Fo...

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. — 10 June 1899

A 4 CHRIST IS HIS MODEL. PROF. WHEELOCK DAZES OLD TIME PREACHERS. feelievn That th« Teaohla(a of J«u Should Be X»de the Law of the Land—He Is Consequently Hated f*T the Flateonta. Mr. Sjrargeon once -ssid that a :ser- mon wMch ©either converted nor an .gered any one "was a failure. It 4s 'evi­ dent from the number rnnd earnestness of Ms critics .as weffi as the number "who rash to ihis deSense that Prof. Hernon, the great philosopher of Iowa, is doing rgood work. Dr. Josiah Strong' says he speaks like one of the old prophets, and the Intensity with which packed houses in ^Chicago hang on his •words verifies Dr. ^Strong's statement. It is mot -to be expected that a man 'who speaks like that will please every •one. 'The "history of prophets is identi 'Cal—fstoned by ignorance, by Mammon ana by 'ecclesiasticism welcomed by -common fdlk and sainted after death. It "is well that prophets do not live for •ever. It -is well that truth does. Here is a man 'who from a poor boy, •earning his ...

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. — 10 June 1899

FOR BOYS AND GIKLS. BOMB GOOD STORlES'FOtt OUTt JUNIOR READERS. 'How an Ohio Hoy Cot Ilia Flnt Unon In Bunking—tin Ueponltor Wanted to Pat In Fanny the First Day and Doable the Amount Kvery Day for a Month. Riree Prayer*. An infant in its cradle spelt, And in its sleep it smiled— And one by'one three women knelt To kiss £he fair-haired child: And each thought of-the days to =-be And breathed a jprayer, half-3ilent» -fer. One peered her love on many lives, But-knew love's toil and care Its burdens oft had been to her A heavy weight to bear Siie stooped and murmured lov­ ingly, "iNot burdened hands, dear ctofld, for thee." One had mot known the burdened hands, But knew the empty heart At life's banquet she had set An unfefl guest apart "Oh, not," she whispered Ifleniierly, "An empty heart, dear child, .for thee." Arid one was old she had iknctfUv care, She had known loneliness "She knew God leads us by oro ipaittt His presence cannot bless: She smiled and murmured, '.tmist fully: "God...

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. — 10 June 1899

-i I S l- -i».itKg3rgrw 'L.t hbai lA ,-V: DAIRY AND POULTRY. v'"VS'i 1 1 INTERESTING CHAPTERS ,'!.fbk OUR RURAL READERS* How Successful Farmers operate This Department of the Far to—A Few' Hint* as to the dare of X.tv« Stock •nd Poultry. Note* From Kansas. Alfalfa vs. Millet for Milk.—Mr. C. Carlson, a patron of the Manhattan Creamery, milks three cows. Up to the 20th of February he had been feeding these cows one ton of alfalfa «very 30 days, and had been seeding to the creamery an average of 54 lbs of milk per day, besides what was needed at home for the use of a large family. At this time, which was during the severe cold weather of. February, his ..milk was testing 4.6 per cent and but­ ter fat was worth 17 cents. a pound, we will estimate the skim-milk at the low price of 15 cents per 100 pounds. For 30 days this: would amount to $14.84 or 54.95 per cow per month. Having a chance to sell alfalfa at a good price Mr. Carlson thought he would feed millet. He tried it for two weeks...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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