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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 July 1899

BP if si- ifc ife fiBWSWBP 8 MS5'-® THF COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY, CHRIS, MUflPHYiV proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H, CARHART, Editor, TBRM5, $1,OQ A YSAR IN ADVANCE. PUBUSHED TOY SATURDAY, A N MARAI8, I N TO XJVE, A HUNDRED YEARS. Cfeyfv Sakw Swim# In Winter ft»4 li BMathy at Re«r)):F»!if Score. Capi. Abram Baker, the -weil-known •winter swimmer at Asbury Park, says that be hopes to live long enough to be 100, The captain is 76, is hale and hearty and something of an athlete, ftts daily life is planned on the theory that temperate living and proper atten­ tion. to hygiene will bring him safely aver the century mark. It is not often that a man. who has al­ ready passed his three score and ten starts out to double on nature, but Capt, Baker says he has a surer founda­ tion for his expectation than most en­ thusiasts because he belonged to the old "forty-niners," and gained in the wilds of California a rugged constitu­ tion that not even the infirmity of years...

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. — 1 July 1899

*1% W -is LOCAL PICK-UPS. A. Halverson, of Duluuth, was in town this week. The infant child of Sheriff Gulbranson is quite ill. Treasurer Johnson went to Duluth Thursday. H. J. Braun returned from Duluth Wednesday. Kirby Jones left Thursday for a pleas­ ure trip to Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Lynch, of Duluth, epent Thursday in town. John Harris has sold his homestead in 61-4 west to Geo. O. Howe. Rev. Ashim, of Duluth, held service on the west side on Thursday. Ed. Land and N. Howard were re­ gistered with Ool. Paine Monday. The tug Bob Anderson, of Duluth has been at Bartlett's camp since Tuesday. Jos Lager aud Louis P. Christiansen of Two Harbors spent Thursday here. H. H. Bartlett lost a horse last Tues­ day, the cause of its death is not known. Aug. A. Nelson, of Lutsen, was in at­ tendance at the commissioner's meeting Monday. Win. Fisher has sold his claim in 61-4 west and intend to return to his former home in Iowa. Mrs. Carrie Bakken and sister, Miss Thea Brunes, of Hovland, a...

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. — 1 July 1899

•PtSaftfcw -A 14 JAKEJI IFRO^ ILIFB. ,?j 4w«* llany years ago,, when a boy, I was taken into the office of a big express •company. It was in a city of some 4en thousand inhabitants, with three ibanks and as many hotels. It was a 'thriving place in every way, with prosperous merchants backed up by a sturdy agricultural community. In those days the express companies •did a big business in the merchandise •carrying trade. Besides there was con-, siderable currency to'handle. It was laefore the days of express orders. "When a person wished to send money he sealed up the same in a package, took the express company's receipt for •it, and it was generally carried safely to its destination. If it went astray the express company paid the con­ signor. Not many packages went astray, however. At the office in which I worked I fulfilled the duties of clerk and driver. That is to say I drove to the station every night ^nd morning to deliver igupds to the messenger on the train and to take. on a n...

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. — 1 July 1899

& Fo*™ t»t* V®«- 'WW/rfi HOME 'tf Your name and address on & postal c&rd will bring you absolute proof that Dr. Williams'Pink Pills for PaJe People will cure you if you afflicted with fcny disease of the blood or nerve*. the disorder with which you are suffering and we will send evidence that will convince and satisfy you that Dr Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People will cure you These pills contain, in a condensed form, all elements necessary to give new life and richness in men or women. To a Lawrence Stephen S. Bately, Mitchell, S. D., compound for removing "taint of onions from butter Thomas Dowling, Min­ neapolis, Minn., wheel rim and tire Ole Ostad and M. H. Welta, Farwell, Minn., adjustable stove grate J. W. Fcwers, Minneapolis, Minn., steam en­ gine Henry J. Wessinger, Tower, Minn., crusher plate Marcus P. Nich­ ols, St. Paul, Minn., oar lock (design James Casey, Minneapolis, Minn., au­ tomatic choke-feed device for lubricat­ ors. Merwin, Lothrop & Johnson, P...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 July 1899

%L —'-ft** raTT Your name and address on A postal c&rd will bring you absolute proof that Dr. Williams'PinK Pills for Pale People will cure you if you *r« afflicted 'with any disease of the blood or nervev Mention the disorder with which you are suffering and we will send evidence that will convince and satisfy you that DrWilliams'Pink Pills for Pale People will cure you Merwin, Lothrop & Johnson. Patent At­ torneys, 910 Pioneer Press Bldg., St. Paul. Not Very Much. Miss Oldgirl—Do you think, Mr. Snif kins is sincere when he writes that he loves me more than tongue can tell? Miss Peachblow—I dare say. He's tongue-tied, you know.—Kansas City Independent. First American—Laugh and the world laughs with you. Second American—All but the Eng­ lishman—Lie. HOME L?dia These pills contain, in a condensed form, a\l the e!ements necessary to give new life and richness to the iblood and restore shattered nerves. They are an un­ failing specific for such diseases as locomotor ataxia, St....

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 July 1899

/tfv tv Is ll /'ft "V J% 2^. 4 '-r FAEM AND GARDEN. ,^ 4IMT«W OF INTEREST/" TO AGRICULTURISTS. "s /«79 .,U rift^ V- -Untmm Op-ia-Dato nnti About Cnl OntlM mt MM Soil and Yields .-f Ww oof—Jw 11—li Vltlcoltnre and .' The Boy. II— mm Farm Crop. A bulletin of the Tndiw-ntt Experiment Station .says: A comparatively upw and pr&mi&lng leguminous crop' for In­ diana farmers is the Soy bean. This plant has. been successfully grown In different parts of the state and at several points farther north in the United States. It thrives in good corn ^soils, a®l vtfu grow wherever corn can foe successfully produced. Being a quick maturing annual, it *will prove especially helpful to those who cannot grow clover. A crop of soy beans can be produced between the spring and autmun frosts anywhere in the state. The soy bean may be grown for pasture, green forage (soil­ ing), for hay or. silage, or for seed. It will yield nine to 12 tons of green fod­ der, 1% to 2% tons of hay, and 10 to 40 bushe...

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. — 8 July 1899

SCIENTIFIC TOPICS. CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOVERY AND INVENTION. «A MWfcan Million—The Probable Age "of the World.—Turning- Wine Into Water, an Experiment—Electricity as a Puri­ fier—Saluting a Phonograph. A Million Million. Prof. Wagstaff, whose very name Buggests a pleasing first cousihahip to Shakespeare, has lately been amusing himself and his audience at Gresham College by speculations as to what .anight have happened if the father of 'our human race had given up delving and taken to figures. Let us suppose that Adam had set himself to count a million million, or, in figures, 1,000, 000,000,000. We will imagine that he could count three in a second, which, though not exactly rapid ciphering, will be found ample, if taken continu­ ously. Now, if 6,000 years have elapsed since the gracious amenities of Eden formed the cradle of humanity, Adam would have been working for 189,216, 000 seconds, and have reached a total of 567,648,000,000 figures. In other words, his task of counting a m...

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. — 8 July 1899

THF COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS, MINN.. JULY 8,18J9. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. The Cruelist Yet.-She-"My face is !ea .muc]l' iny fortune." He-"Well, poverty is no ?ea? disgrace."—Puck. Mrs. Grump—"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 sadly, "are crying for bread." "Which shows," replied the rich man coldly, "how much you are to be thankful for. Now, mine are crying for bonbons."— Answers. Frank (unmarried)—"Do you think a man has a right to open his wife's let­ ters?" Robert (married)—"Well,...

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. — 8 July 1899

i- \fIf LOCAL PICK-UPS. Co! J. e? "Dohit' to Uaiuth- JlUw*- Ole J. Olson wynt v. dsy. A. A. Nelson of Lateen was in town last Monday. Judge Dnrfee went to Duluth Thurs­ day on business. Wtn,. HowenFtinf arid family are visit­ ing frieuds in Duluth. Mrs. Capf. Hector and two daughters are enjoying an outing here. Hilda Benson has returned to Duluth after a visit with her mother. John and George Zimmerman ro turned home from Two Harbors Wednes­ day. Guy Titus made a trip to Port Arthur the first of the week to meet his grand lather. Register Carhart and Treasurer John­ son left Tuesday for Duluth and the Twin Cities. Coun ty Attorney Titus is receiving a visit from his father, H. A. Titus, of Otterville, Ont. Assessor Bray came up from Hovland Monday to turn his assessment books over to the county auditor. Miss Beaty, who taught the East Maple Hill school, left on th6 Dixon Thursday for her home at Carlton. The tug, Mystic, and barge, D. H. Keys, in charge of Capt. Stevens, were at wo...

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. — 8 July 1899

mwFmsn •w Something: Wrong. The Dog—You've got to have a pull .to get along nowadays I The Horse—Nonsense! I've had one all my life, and it hasn't done me any good.—Kansas City Independent. Sixty Miles an Honr. A steam motor car, for use on the railroads, recently made a trial trip, going at the rate of sixty miles an hour. This will probably be as much of a record-beater as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It cures indigestion, constipa­ tion, nervousness, liver and kidney trouble. Only- Practicing. "Mistress—What are you doing,Rieke? •Throwing the dishes at that target? !Are you crazy? Maid—"Crazy? No, I'm going to get married.—Das Kleine Witzblatt. "In Union There is Strength" True strength consists in the union, the harmonious working together, of every part of the human organism. This strength can newer be obtained if the blood is im­ pure. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the standard ,prescription for purifying the Mood* Never Disappoints One Sort. "You sold this dog to me for a bird dog. ...

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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. — 15 July 1899

1 1 /& DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. How Successful Farmers- 'Operate TkSs Xtefpartment of the Carm—A Pew Hftnts as to the Care of Live Stock wad Poultry. Ropiness In Mitt and Cream. Prof. A. R. Ward of the Cornell Experiment Station, nm the subject of •ropy milk and cream, says: "Ropiness in n»3fr is one of the most •serious troubles milk dealers have to contend with. This condition, which is objectionable more on account of its unwholesome appearance than from any known harmful effect which it pro­ duces, has received its popular desig­ nation from the viscid, slimy con­ sistency which characterizes the af­ fected milk. Tie -cause has been found to be the action of certain 'bacteria, and a number of apparently different species have been described as hav­ ing the power^of producing the ropy condition. Among those who have written on this subject should be men­ tioned Adametz, Loeffler, Guillebeau and Marshall. .Nevertheless, few defi­ nite dete...

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. — 15 July 1899

THF COOK COUNTY HERALD: OFFICIAL PAPER OF (W^UfiTY.' .u CHRIS. MURPHY, Propr&taft$gBl Publisher. CLARK H. CARHiHW^Edltor. ., TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR I N ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS," MINN.. JULY 15.1899. HOW BEADS ARE MADE. One of 'the Oldest and Most Interesting? at the Minor Arts. Chinese are the oldest beadmakers in the world. They have made beads so long that even their historians da not mention a time when the industry was not ancient. And the Chinese today do the work just as their forefathers did, and the styles are exactly the same. After the Chinese no people are so ex­ pert as the Venetians. At present there are more than 1,000 workmen in the is­ land of Murano alone who are engaged In beadmaking. The few manufacturers in other parts of the World have alJ learned the secret of tho craft in Venice. For beadmuking there must be a rope walk connected with the glass factory. A rope walk ia a narrow, straight gal­ lery 150 feet long and so situated that the ...

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. — 15 July 1899

LOCAL PICK-UPS. E. M. Cheever, of Toftej is in Ashland. Mr, Hulette and J, Hagadoui were in town the first of th# week. Gust L. Peterson and Chris Johnson came from Duluth Wednesday. Wm. Howenstine and David Carriboo returned from Duluth this week. Chas. J. Johnion and C. H. Garhart are at home after a Duluth trip. Jb'. G. Patterson, of Loiidon, England, was a visitor the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Swamper Carriboo re­ turned from Duluth last Sunday. A. "W. Bradley of Duluth was looking over his intresta here last Monday. Ole J. Olson came down from Duluth Wednesday and returned Thursday. Aug. A. Nelson of Lutsen attended the commissioner's meeting Monday. Ed. Johnson and family have gone to Michigan for a visit with Mrs. Johnson's father. John A. MoFarland, of Hovland, was renewing acquantanoes here on Tuesday and Wednesday. John C. Reilly of Grand Rapids, Minn, and N. A. Brandon went to the intarior the first of the week. John A. Johnson came from Duluth last Sunday, and left...

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. — 15 July 1899

Victoria Getting Tonof. In view of the Queer's approaching visit to. the continent, Englishmen are especially interested in her health. It is announced that her hearing has grown acute and her eyesight keener. Youthful faculties in old age depends upon the health. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters cures indigestion, constipation, biliousness, nervousness, as well as malaria, fever and ague. & It's foolish to supply your wants "with unhealthful supplies. 44Pride Goeth t: "Before a FaSL"t y' Some proud people think they are strong, ridicule the idea, of disease, neglect: health, let the blood run down, and stomach, kid­ neys and Boer become derangedTake Hood's Sarsaparitta, and you viill prevent ihe fall and save your pride. O ... Never OisapMMtl A Study In Mechanics. The Deering Ideal Mower, made in Chicago, affords an interesting study in advanced machines, and is as per­ fect a machine as brain, brawn and money can build. It is furnished throughout with Deering Roller and Ball Bearin...

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. — 22 July 1899

VOLUME VIII. DEATH TO LIFE. Among the 63 professors ^with whom I am acquainted it is natural to sup­ pose a variety of religious beliefs are to be found, and it, will not, therefore, appear surprising if one should be a Buddhist, or, as his Irish servant ex­ pressed it, "a blooming boodist, be gorra," of the bluest creed: This was Prof. Markman, professor of Japanese literature, with whom circumstances ihrewme into closest intimacy. He was not a man to thrust his con­ victions on any one, but, being satu­ rated with the theories of Oriental speculation, it came to the surface in innumerable expressions in every topic of conversation. I see, now, the .professor expressing his views, standing in his beautifully yet inexpensively adorned parlor, his daughter busy with some tasteful work by the shaded light, and I .com­ fortably lounging in a chair in the shadow. "The mind, the thoughts, and all the senses, are subject to the law of life and death. With knowledge of self and the laws of...

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. — 22 July 1899

T|THF cook county herald. OFFICIAL PAPER OP QOOK COUKTY. .v CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprktorand fcutllsher. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor. TERMS, S1.00AYEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS, MINN.. JULY 22,1899. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. 'At present the longest single sub­ marine cable is 2,700 miles. A new adulterant of coffee is dough, molded in the shape of coffee beans. If you were on the moon the earth, would appear to be 64 times larger than the sun does to residents of this planet. A scientist has calculated that the eyelids of the average man open and shut no fewer than 4,000,000 in the course of a single year of his existence. A battery of modern German artil­ lery, using the new quick-firing guns recently supplied to them, can fire 60 shots a minute at a range of over five miles. A lawyer in Danville, 111., gave a spurious decree of divorce to a female client, and she, believing it genuine, married again. She has sued the law­ yer and recovered $5,000 damages. An old clock...

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. — 22 July 1899

3? 1 itf f:-"f Otof Fredr iqi^sqn leftfo?^ Duluth last Thursday. Ticeas tixer "'Johneon 16ft or Duluth last Thursday.r W Geo. Zurbruggj of Seymour, Wis., was in town Friday, H. Bartlett made a flying trip to Duluth this week. Mattie Jacobson returned to her home in Hoyland last Wednesday. M. Hulett, of Duluth, registered at the hotel the first of the week. John Hagadone, of Ashland Wis., was registered at the hotel Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J„ ,T. Malloy arrived on the Dixon Thursday for an outing. Fred Sahlberg and J. A. Johnson, of Duluth, were in town this week. Julia Eliasen, of Hovland, came up Thursday night for a visit with friends J. 0. Campbell is here again after a few weeks' trip to St. Paul and else where. Ed. Patterson and C. R. Haines ar­ rived on Thursday boat for a few days fishing. H. A. Titus left for his home in Otter ville, Ont., last Sunday, going via Port Arthur and the lakes. The hotel baa been BO full this week that Mrs. Paine has had to use both the cellar and ...

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. — 22 July 1899

•m Reverutf of Life. I:pi .Mmim "Less than a year ago," she mused, *he said he would lay down his life for me, and now he won't put up the win­ dow screens."—Indianapolis Journal/4 The United States a Powe* for Godd. A distinguished historian wrtes, while referring to our advent as a colonizing power, that our influence for good over European Spheres will be immense. This result was just as inevitable as is the cure which follows the use of Hos­ teler's Stomach Bitters. It cures indi­ gestion, constipation, and tones up the whole system. Tlve Contrary Person. "Old Bill Gudgett, he was that con trary," said the oldest inhabitant, "that when spring came he pretended that he felt like workin'."—Indianapolis Jour­ nal. Are Ton Using Allen's Foot-EaseT It is the only cure for Swollen, Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet, Corns and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 25c. Sample sent FREE Ad­ dress, Allen S. Olmsted, LeR...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 July 1899

•t 1 4% IDS' /"i* Bm LITTLE DINNER. "Astid he really owes all this money?" said Mrs. Casthethorpe. "'Yes, ma'am," said Mr. Audrey, her legal adviser, "I'm afraid he does." "Then," said Mrs. Castlethorpe, **iie'g a downright liar." "Very likely, ma'am," said Mr. An •Groy, dryly. "Young men have anis Tepresented facts before now, and will again, I am afraid.1" "But he told are 'that the last $800 would settle all Iris debts, and here is a washerwoman's bill, a tailor's ac­ count, a bootmaker's little memoran­ dum, and ?30 borrowed of Higgins, the jeweler, on a set-or ruby shirt-studs to say nothing ol those other bills," and Mrs. Castlethorpe nodded her head to­ ward a pile ©T slips of paper that lay under an ivory weight at her left hand. "Why, it's perfectly disgraceful! He has deceived me! He has perjured himself, out and out!" Mr. Andrey Hooked wooden and im­ perturbable. "But I won't stand it," cried the old lady, growing more and more excited. "I'll teach him a lesson!" "You wil...

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. — 29 July 1899

0 qI wK\ vcTHF COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF GOOK COUNTY. CHRIS. ^MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ^yiUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. m&ZlP tyARAIS, MINN.. JULY 29.1899. THE UNION'S FRIEND. Rlohard Cobden Wu an Ardent Ad­ mirer ot Lincoln and His Policy. No man in England felt a keener in­ terest in the American question than did Richard Cobden. He made no secret of his sympathy with the union. He had been in constant correspondence with Mr. Lincoln, and felt for the many sided American patriot.the deepest af­ fection. Both were engaged in a na­ tional and far-reaching struggle, and defeat in America meant another cen­ tury of tory domination in Great Brit­ ain, writes James M. Scovel in Lippin cott's. By a sea-coal fire, late in a Novem­ ber night, Mr. Cobden gave me his opin­ ion of Abraham Lincoln. "This cen­ tury has produced no man like Lin­ coln. Here is a man who has risen efrom manual labor to the presidency of ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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