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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 November 1899

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PIPERIP COOK COtlSTY. CHRIS, MURPHY, Proprietor" ani Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN..N0V. 11.1899. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Commissioners Second District—G. Olson .Third District—H. Engelson Auditor—— Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas J. Johnson Register of Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff H. Gulbransen Judge of Probate p. Rindel Attorney— .L. U. C. Titus Surveyor John Morrison Cornoer rr John Matheson Sup't. of Schools Win. Ellquist ustices Geo. H. Durfee, C. H. Carhart MACCABEES. OGEMA TENT No. 9S.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth baturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. C. if. CARHART Com. CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. WOMEN'S CLUBS' ODD NAMES. A- Number of Title* Which Are Rather Enigmatic and Diffi­ cult to Pronounce. The woman's club movement has as­ sumed such an extent that it has attract­ ed the attention of the United St...

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. — 11 November 1899

1 1 Henry B. Zebott, B. Schwanekamp, S. Guthrie, F. F. Moe, Knut Saegeo, Ben Rosenberg, Chas Hunt, E. S. Barker, Frank Barber and Geo. A. Carlson made up a party of Gun Flint farmers who went to Duiuth from here this week. Mrs. John Matheson came from Du­ luth on the boat last Monday to get her furniture, as Mr. Matheson has accepted a position in Duluth they will live there at least during the winter. They will be greatly missed by all, but especially by those who are socially inclined, their place will be hard to fill and we hope that they will return in the spring. GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION. The Most Remarkable Offer Ever Made by a Reliable Concern. EDITOR HERALD: V4 *,« jr^jSo^ v£* -. wgrf^'^nsr^k^^ ^"v. "fVr r** -v** HAPPENINGS. Treasurer Johnson left on the Dixon Friday for'Duluth. Sheriff Gulbranson was a passenger for Duluth yesterday. Chas. H. Ekerson of Minneapolis was a visitor daring the week. Noel Hamline, the Lutsen tie con­ tractor, was in town during the week. J. E. Ma...

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. — 11 November 1899

¥r^ i::W¥*Wu??'- Toole 8om« Tim* to It. Dunlelgh (after the lecture)—It's all 'well enough, I've no doubt bat, don't yer know, never can see anything I can fnlly understand. Sharpe—What a pity. I shouldn't think you'd ever feel like going any* where.—Boston Transcript. Dewey Celebration. Americans. are quick to appreciate merit. The Dewey celebration proves that, and it is again forcibly demon­ strated in the praise and confidence which is accorded Hostettei's Stomach Bitters, one of) the most meritorious remedies ever compounded! for indiges­ tion, constipation, dyspepsia, bilious­ ness, liver or kidney disease or any trouble arising from a weak stomach. His Ideal. "This," said! the professor, "is my conception of a perfect day." "How so?" asked the doctor. *1 am comfortable without either a straw hat, an overcoat or an umbrel­ la.'—Chicago Tribune. 44A Gentle Wind of Western Birth" Tells no sweeter story to humanity than the announcement that the health-giver and health-bringer, H...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 November 1899

1 1 JTAIREST DEAREST. "Tefi, Tom, she's a mighty good-look Mng country girl not to be compared, though, with others I know, and who are just ready to snap me up when I make an offer but the fact is," and Joseph Fitzgerald stroked his mustache •contentedly and fondly, as he added: '"They all love me so, and I don't know which one to choose. That's why I remain a single man. But, really, I'm alightly tired of our city belles, and Tve come down, to this out-of-the-way place, instead of going to some fashion­ able summer resort for amusement." The scene is a room in a country ho­ tel the speaker, John Fitzgerald, in the language of the country, a "city fchap," with some good looks, a little money, and abundant conceit. The good-looking country girl re­ ferred to is Alice Devine, the belle of the village, who lives in the house on the hill. Alice was an orphan. Her parents had both died when she was very young, leaving her in the care of Aunt Dinah, an old colored woman who had besen wit...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 November 1899

•$1 1% $2# "I T^i f% t/ &J '^4-'•? TAMING WILD BEASTS ANIMAL TRAINER RECOUNTS SOME OF HIS EXPERIENCES. Head In a Iton'i Mouth—The Base Kings of the Forests Are Hard to Train and Are Never to Be Depended •t Upon. 1 "Extra hazardous" might well qual­ ify the "risk" that would be placed with the name of a lion-tamer should he have the hardihood to apply for an aecident policy but the intrepid in­ dividual who puts his head in the lion's mouth and chases irate beasts up and down narrow cages does not apparent­ ly think so much about these things as the man of sedentary occupation, says the New York Telegraph. This was the opinion of a famous trainer, who has been following the perilous profession for twenty-five years and who discussed the pros and cons of his business with cheerful candor. The^trainer, who has only been out of the hospital a few days, exhibited with nonchalence a bandaged leg where a lioness had nipped through a few inches above the ankle. The same animal had bitte...

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. — 18 November 1899

SCIENTIFIC TOPICS CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOVERY AND INVENTION. frank and Bureau—Freight Track and /. Scales—Iron Made Red-Hot In Water 1— A Ship's Rudder- Recorder—New Building Material. Iron Made Red-Hot in Water. One of the astonishing things devel­ oped through the introduction of elec "tricity into every-day affairs is a forge made for bench use for the heating of •soldering irons or light pieces of metal lor working on the anvil, where the •heating is accomplished by plunging the article to be heated into a tray of water. Nothing could be imagined more contradictory of one's precon­ ceived ideas than this procedure, and yet to the electrician it is perfectly simple. He makes the proper connec­ tions, plunges his iron into the water, •and pretty soon the iron will begin to .glow under water, and then to turn red •or white hot, just as he desires it for working. When he gets through work­ ing the iron he may plunge it into the water again, and cool it'with a "siss" -as expeditiously...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 November 1899

Mi, '•K Ife m- #1 S*"u' Bu ,?U': v. W0Wi THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFHCfttfAMiH OF COOK COUNTY. 1 CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H.:CARHART. Editor. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND UASAIS.UINN..NOV. 18.1899. COOK CODNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTS OFFICERS. ....First District—F. Jacltson Commissioners Second District—ft. Olson .. .Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer ChaB. J. Johnson Register of Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff .. H. Gulbransen Judge of Probate P. Rindel Attorney.... L. U. O. Titus Surveyor .' John Morrison Cornoer John Matheson Sup't. of Schools Wm. Kllqulst Justices Geo. II. Durfee, 0. H. Carhurt MACCABEES. OOKMA TENT Nd. 98.—Regular .reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. C. H. CABHAKT Com. OHBIS. MUBPHY R. K. CAR-RIDING MAKES HER SAD. It Beeaiu* Mothers Ill-Treat Their Small Boys by Palling Them About. "I am always made sorry when I ride in the cars, through the, sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 November 1899

''V/ 'A' -,-- Wk^W *?.V -4 T™, *•-*,.* *0^ t- HAPPEfhNiaS. •-••.-*: .' ••*. .•" i. •. .. r-'"--V The barge James B. Suit was in the harbor laatMonday. 1 Jads» Geo. H. Darfee came from Da luthlastStmday night. J. F. Mortemir of Fork Bay ifills visited the county seat this week. G. H. Carhart left Tuesday for a visit with his parent* at May ville, No. Dak. laid Kqyale ia now deaerted, save one family, oonsiatingof man, wife and child, the care taker of the xniife. Van Barges* has finished harvest­ ing on bis Hovland farm and took a trip to Duluth on business on Tuesday. The names of C. H. Eokman of Minne­ apolis, nnd Thomas Qaufthan of Dulnth graced the register of Hotel Waldorf this week. A. J. Mussell of Bayfield, Wis., and Osoar Peterson, who hare been looking over pine in the county, returned to Du luth Tuesday. A. F. Geraghty of Grand portage was a passenger on Dixon Tuesday en route to Cloquet, where he takes charge of the Indian school there. The Iele Royale fishermen with thei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 November 1899

r. p'. Ik? 7 •kr The Prlrlleeed Class. "What work does your father do, my young man?" "O, he dosn't have to work! He's a policeman."—Unsere Gezellschaft. The Philippine Wan Is proving more stubborn than antici­ pated. It needs a vigorous contest to straighten matters out. We should tackle the Philippines and overcome them as Hostetter's Stomach Bitters does dyspepsia, indigestion, malaria, fever and ague. The battle is short and decisive, and for fifty years the Bitters have always won. All Ablase. Manager—Did you see those sleeping •cars that were reported on fire? Engineer—No, sir. When I got there they were all smoking cars.—Chicago News. What's in a Name?" Everything, ivhen you come to medi­ cines. cA sarsapariUa by any other name can never equal Hood's, because of the peculiar combination, proportion and pro­ cess by which Hood's possesses merit peculiar to itself, and by 'which it cures o)hen all other medicines fail. Cures scrofula, salt rheum, dyspepsia, catarrh, rheumatism,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 November 1899

SAVING INEBRIATES. Bow the Keeley Cure Restores Men to Healthful Condition. Any man who realizes that he Is a victim of the drink habit or disease, who considers that it is not well for him to drink more, -who desires to stop drinking but cannot do so, is the kind of a man who can be cnred at the Min­ neapolis Keeley. Institute.- He can be completely cured in four weeks, and every yestige of the crav­ ing will have been removed. Many men spend four weeks or more in a,de­ bauch or in recovering from one. No man ever leaves the Institute doubtful of his cure. A realizing sense of re­ storation comes to the most skeptical before the treatment is completed. He finds the craving gone, and that he is a man, in quickened thought, higher aspiration, re-establishment of will power and Hie general upbuilding of the entire physical man. Faith is un­ necessary. The remedy does its work effectually and the man is cured. Ht has no more desire for whisky than he has for carbolic acid. Men have gon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 November 1899

JOHN AND PHILIPPA. In tljp middle of the fourteenth cen­ tury John of Gaunt, duke of Lancas­ ter, the famous son of King Edward III. of England, married the Infanta Blanche, heir to the throne of Castile. Unfortunately the lady had been supr planted by her cousin, who had seized -and held the throne. Twenty-five years after this mar Tiage war broke out between Portugal •and Castile. England was the ally of Portugal. The duke of Lancaster headed the English forces. He fought "With a will. Victory meant that his "wife, the duchess, would be queen of Oastile. The king of Portugal, too, interested him. He was a fine young man of 26. He was tall and handsome and had wavy black hair and largg dark eyes. He was a brave soldier and a good horseman. In some ways he was unlike most kings. He cared nothing for the drunken bouts and coarse pleasures in which his companions indulged. He was noted for the remarkable purity of his life. His people called him John the Perfect. They were devoted to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 November 1899

1 V« X, r1' SPANISH MASHERS ONE SIGN 1 OF THAT DECAY. NATION'S Ilitj Stud on the Streats In Vast 27amber* and with Brazen Effrontery Approach Unobaperoned WOmen— Eren Worse Than Iondon Mashers. Madrid streets are by no means al­ together delectable._ Some are broad and well kept, but others are narrow, dirty and m.alodorous. Worst of all, to my own thinking, is the Madrid stare, which, hardly less offensive than the Paris stare, is more universal, says a Madrid correspondent of the New York Times. It is aaausing to see how fearlessly a maiden of 18 sallies forth alone, while many Madrid spinsters of 50 would not go a block unattended. "But why do y6u mind?" said a high­ bred Madrid lady tor me, with a puz zled look. "Men have their own heads full of these silliness and they suppose women are as foolish as themselves. They are much more careful with for­ eigners than with us." Another lady, who, under stress of family misfor­ tune, was taking a few boarders, told me that she had neve...

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. — 25 November 1899

¥U f!¥ 'ft & tWi TTW* '$ '"V ft ill THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER Of COOK COUNTY. CHRIS, MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. OR AND MARAIS. MINN., NOV, 25,1899. COOK CODNTY DIRECTORY. COUN.TY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Commissioners-* Second District—Q. Olson —Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer ...Chas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff H. Gulbransen Judge of Probate P. Rindel Attorney L. U. O. Titus Surveyor John Morrison Cornoer John Matheson 8up't. of Schools VVm, Ellquiat Justices Geo, H. Durfee, C. H. Carhart MACCABEES. OOBMA TE^T NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. C. H. CARHABT CHRIS.MURPHY R. K. Com. Cook County to Have a Saloon. A co-partnership has been organized for the establishment of a saloon in Oook County. Government license has been procured and a stock of liquor was un­ loaded from the...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 November 1899

ij^V \m MS. If® HAPPENINGS. J. E. Mayhew. returned! from Dalath Thursday,. J^ge Durfee went to Dalath Satur­ day night. County Attorney Titos is visiting his family Dalath. There will be a meeting of the County Board on Deo. 4th. E. M. Cbeever, of Latsen, was a visit­ or in town Tuesday. John Hanson arrivfed from Dalath this week to spend the winter-here. Mr. Gamble retarned Thursday to re­ sume his work of estimating pine in this vicinity. M. Murphy left on the Dixon Satur­ day evening for a visit with his family in "West Duluth. G. Elnon of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Saturday evening on his way to Duluth. Peter Gagnon, of Grand Portage, passed through town on the Dixon on his way to Duluth last Saturday even­ ing. It is reported that the Dixon will con­ tinue her North Shore ran until the mid­ dle of December, and longer, if the weather will permit. S. F. Howenstine was in town a few days this week on his way to Bat Port­ age, From here he was accompanied by Dominiok...

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. — 25 November 1899

A PLEASANT CURB. How Patient* at the Minneapolis Keeley Institute Paaa Their Time. Patients of the Minneapolis Keeley Institute describe their stay of four weeks as being the most pleasant as well aa the most profitable vacation they ever took. There are always from twenty to fifty bright, intellectual men undergoing treatment at the Institute, and they pass the time away in profit­ able conversation, reading the books In the extensive library, planting cro­ quet on the lawn, or, if the weather be Inclement, play cards in the club room. The club room is a large, roomy, airy place, in which is the library, a piano and several tables for card playing. On the walls are interesting pictures, photographs, etc. The rising bell is rung at a quarter to seven o'clock, and the first dose of internal remedy is taken. At 7:30 the breakfast bell rings, and at 8 o'clock the first hypodermic treatment is giv­ en. These hypodermic treatments are given four times a day at 8 a. m., 12 noon, 5 p. m, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 December 1899

SHE W ASTED HERLIFE NOT TRAINED TO MEET LIFE'S DANCER. Ignorant, She Suffered and Now Sued—Eor Her Failure She Places All Blamo on Her Foster Parents and Exonerates Herself, Marie A. T. Shea of Jersey City, N. J., has sued Mrs. Julia T. Shea for damages estimated at $10,000. It is an amazing cause of action because it has .no precedent that lawyers here­ abouts recall. Marie Shea says that Mrs. Julia Shea did not give her a proper education against the tempta­ tions of the world obtained from her the services of a domestic without paying for them, and owes her, as an adopted daughter, a part of the estate of Bartholomew C. Shea. "Lacking education against the temptations of the world, I yielded to them and suffered, as was inevitable. Giving my services as a domestic with­ out wages I was made feebler still against the wounds of life. Bartholo­ mew Shea died June 12, 1897, and left no provision in his will for me, the adopted daughter that he and his wife's lack of forethought made ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 December 1899

I#: rr ir THE COOK COUftTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF CG(TK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Pufcllsher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRANfl MARAIS. MINN., DEC. 2.1890. COOK CODNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY 0FFICER8. Commissioners• Second Districts. Olson Cornoer ". John Matheaon Sap't. of Schools MACCABEES. OGKMA TENT No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. What Gave the Economical Apart­ ment Home Manager a Case of the Blaea, The manager of the apartment house, a well-fed, well-featured, well-dressed man, was standing in the main door­ way of his establishment, which, by the way, is owned by an out-of-town cap­ italist, who is not the most generous provider in the world and insists upon the flat being conducted upon the most economical lines. The manager was not happy, however fair he may iave appeared to the eye, and he heaved a long-drawn sigh as a friend ap­ proached a...

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. — 2 December 1899

1 -J /I HAPPENINGS. •S. P. Fitzgerald of Pork [Bay was in town dtfring the week. E. D. Goodell and M. Dillon of Dulnth were in town during the week. County Attorney Titus returned home from Duluth Tuesday evening. T, W. Mayhew ha» returned from a buBinew trip to Duluth and St. Paul. Paul Lagaad of Fort "William, Ont., acoompanied mail-carrier Planbe this week. J. F. Hurst of Wyandotte, Mich., and Joe. Walsk of Flint, Mich., were in town during the week. Ole FredricksoD, David Carriboo, Gust Olson and Swamper Carriboo are in Du­ luth on a business trip. Register Carhart returned yesterday from a couple of weeks visit with his parents at Mayvill, N. D. A. J. Aurand of Chioagp, 111 who has been exploring for copper in this vicini­ ty returned home last week. Peter Gagnon of GraDd Portage was a passenger on the Dixon Tuesday even­ ing on his way home from Duluth. A. J. and Benjiman Scott returned this week from this trapping grounds, they report a very successful trip. Rev. O. J. Malkev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 December 1899

$ CHAPTER I. E lived in a little cottage at Brixton, situated in a lane behind the broad highway. At that time there were three of us Bee croft, Mariner Mary Beecroft, his wife and I, Amos, their son. Brixton then was not what Brixton is now there was more country about, more fields and trees, though there are pretty bits to be found there today, if you search for them. The old cottage stands there still, mellowed by age, and prettier by contrast with its newer, fellows that have grown round about it but Beecroft, Mariner's, cheery "Yo, heave, ho!" is no longer heard within or without its walls. For a sufficient reason: he rests in another kind of habitation. His bones lie at the bottom of the Atlantic. But I, Amos Beecroft, live there at this day, surrounded by memorials of Beecroft, Mariner's, love. Now, if you want me to describe our cottage, and to describe it briefly, I can do so in one word: Shells. It seemed to be built almost entirely of shells? they met you whichever way yo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 December 1899

THE BOOBINGLES. "My dear," said Mr. Boobingle,glanc­ ing up from his paper, "I remark a considerable decline in the stock mar­ ket. If this continues much longer, you will have to do without your new bonnet." "'Indeed, shall not, Mr. Boobingle," rejoined his wife, "for the last four years you have remarked the very same thing at just this time when the spring styles commenced to appearand I have made, unmade and remade my old hat times enough. This time I must have a new hat." "But you look so charming in that one, it becomes you so well," said Mr. Boobingle, having as usual recourse to flattery to gain his point "and I am sure you never can find anything half as suitable for your style of beauty." Mrs. Boobingle appeared touched by this delicate compliment, remembered, however, that she had been caught by such remarks on several previous oc­ casions, and resolved therefore to be wary. "Thank you, my dear, for the com­ pliment," she replied, sweetly, "but I really think I can find a...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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