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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 March 1900

Dr. T. W. May hew was one of tbe fiiok victims ibis week. Mrs. A. J". Scott aod ton Ben. are now among the victims of the gr Miss Oarrie May hew who has beeu qmte sick is very much improved. Dominik Peterson returned tbe first of the week from a })uluth trip. A great deal of ice is reported from different lake poiuts, we have not eei as muoh as usaul at this place. Louis Engelson succeeded in poison ing a wolf the first of the week, it is re­ ported as being aa exceptionally large one. White there is still considerable sick* neps here ttie worst seemi to be past, there cot bung so many new cases this week as last. Mr- and Mrs. C. A. Fnllerton who formeilv lived here, aud who have more recently lived at Walker, Mu.u are go­ ing to move to Alaska this month. M.H, Willonghby of St. Paul, Minn., came down with Capt. Kiug last Tues­ day, be will be inuag»-d for a few da) looking over St. Paul & Duluth lands. Carl Ingersol1, B. Locg, Jas. McGre­ gor and Albert TenuIkH who have betn wo...

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. — 17 March 1900

IjLy-' 4 BY &L. CHAPTER XXV. NCE more, then, I N set foot on my na­ tive land. It was about the second week in November, and Pearl and I were alone. I stood in silence for a few moments outside the docks, to draw what seemed to me to he the breath of freedom. All our companions had Cone their several ways to see relatives •ad friends who had believed them to be dead. Even Tom Wren had left us. He had two sisters in Devon, to whom It was right he should go without de­ lay but it was only by strong per­ suasion that he was induced to leave his fairy Pearl, and it was arranged that he should come to us ait Christ­ mas, wherever we might happen to be. "And this is Dondon!" said Pearl, S&zinjg about her in wonder. "Mother used often to speak of it. Daddy, I shouldn't like to be left here alone. It's very large, isn't it? And to think that, of all the people in it, you are the only friend I have!" The fair young creature clung to my «rm wistfully and fondly. "You are not the only ...

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. — 24 March 1900

~.r I: VOLUME VIII. A GIRL'S STRATAGEM. "Kate," isaid Levia Winslow, looking lialf-deflantly at her cousin, "I won't •stand papa'e opposition to Harry any (longer. You know Harry is a perfect .gentleman, honorable and industrious, and it is only because he is compara tavely poor that papa objects to my anarrying him." I "But what can you do, Levia? Your father is as determined that you and iHarry shall not marry as you seem to lie contrary-minded," Kate Winslow •said, smiling at her cousin's desperate •air. Levia came closer and whispered Sin Kate's ear: "We're going to elope! And you must help us—won't you, dear?" "Don't, darling don't think of such a thing. Wait and try persuasion with .your father. When he finds out that your heart is really set on Harry he isurely will relent," pleaded Kate ear­ nestly, for she knew how hot-headed faer Kentucky uncle was and feared the result of an elopement. "Pshaw! Kate, I've tried persuasion and everything else until I'm tired, «.nd I promise...

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 March 1900

+'f •i to­ rn fccV ft THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OfFICUL PiPER OF COOK Mm, IV CHRIS. MURPHY. Proprietor ani Publisher. «V "fttARK H. CARHART, Editor. •CnM«,|«i.OO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. HIBLI8HEDETERY SATUBMY. GRAND UARAIS. MINX,,MAliCH 24,1000. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY, OODMTIOFFIOEH8. Cdmxaissloners ....First District—F. Jackson ....Second District—f). Olson .Third District— H. Engelson ... .....Chris. Murphy .Chas. J. Johnson Auditor Treasurer.. Blister of tfseds. Sfieri^. .. Judge of Probate ., Attorney.. Surveyor.... ..... Coroner ....... 8up'ibfBchool«.. C. H. Garhart II. Gulbransen P. Kindei .,L. U. C. Titus John Morrison John Matheson Wm. Ellquist Justices.... ...Geo.H. Durfee, G. II. Carhart MACCABEES. OQSMA TENT _NO. 98.—Hegular OIHI, MURPHY reviews held •vsrjrsecond and fourth Saturday. Visiting knign ts cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. R. K. RUNG ON THE PREACHER. flM leriSBi Dnty That Wm lsipeMi "•a Ckaich Member* l» .- mtllgai Tuwa. "Ton remember the cbestnut bell, of cou...

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 March 1900

4vf WOOfc, 1' I MV ?a?- W: HAPPENINGS. ADDA Soofct ia visiting at home this Miaa Beatty of Maple Hill ia reported serioualy ill. We ars pleased to raport that Grand Marsis harbor ia now ready for eteam- ik LaSage ia haying aeyere attack of la-grippe bat it ia hard to make him lie down. Geo. Weealeman haa aoeepted an en­ gagement with 0. J. Joboaon tie mannCaetuer. The Sugar Loaf eamphaa brokon np and the foreman, Ole J. Olson,, is now in Grand Maraia. Mrs. Dr.Joneaand Dr. Mayhew are both improving in health—J. £. Mayhew ia alao on the mend. O.A.A. Ne!aon and J. L. Lttndio of Lntaen were among the the Yiaitore from the waat thia week. The Jury xn the «aae of the State vs. Geo. Anaqnat, after fonr honrs delibera. tion, returned a verdifet of *not guilty'-'. The editor ia in Duluth thia week on bueineee. Daring hi* abeenoe Biddy is atopping- with 0. G. Monfcer on Mapl« Bar. Vatt Johnson of the HKBAI^D staff had a severe attack of ls-fcrippe the be­ ginning of the week, bvtfis now conva...

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. — 24 March 1900

ft? & I If -L_ .^y, CSAPfER XXVI.—(CONTINUED.) T*® passion and scorn of her ex in my features caused her to r|f. ,'4- "It was I whom you saw," I said. "I Wfe saved by a miracle almost—" l-$ 1r *T. too, was saved," she sobbed. "But NM A a* V. S J£l .• «:. &£ .0* rvi» .• l"'"" S scarcely know how. After you dis «|f6ired from me, I found myself with •wo men on a rock, where we lingered miserably till, by God's mercy, we woe. rescued. But I will tell you all l(|Mad-by. Amos, I have suffered so much! Have you no of love for me, after all these of misery?" dang to me, and would, have mod me, but I flung her from me sllfc a bitter laugh. "What would you have said to Mr. Braos!" I cried savagely, "if he stood Mbre yoa instead of me? You be Swed me to be dead! So did I be Seve yan to be—and hoped it, ay, Jhopr ••d tt! A new misery has come into my JMtev when I vainly hoped that my Arables were at an end. Love for 300! You killed love, and poisoned my heart to you years and years ago,...

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. — 31 March 1900

VOLUME VIII. DAIRY AND POULTRY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. "How Successful Farmers Operate This Department of the Farm—A Few Hints as to the Care of Lire Stock and Poultry. Eggs In Cold Storage. According to reports circulating in Chicago an enormous quantity of eggs •are..stored in that city. Six of the sreat cold storage plants have an ag­ gregate of nearly 700,000 cases, or About 168,000,000 eggs. This is said to be 280,000 cases more than last year at this time. These eggs are worth oyer a million and a half of dollars. The following is an estimate of eggs in cold storage in -the entire United States: Cases. Chicago 700,000 New York City .. 235,000 Buffalo 125,000 iAlbany 75,000 Syracuse 30,000 Troy 75,000 Little Falls, N. 10,000 Other New York points 40,000 Boston .. 150,000 Other Massachusetts points 40,000 Philadelphia .. 200,000 Other Pennsylvania pointis 100,000 Providence 100,000 Sioux City 125,000 Other Iowa points ....100,000 Minnesota, state .100,000 Ka...

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. — 31 March 1900

Ilk & is® W !|i ius it- I' I-. THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor. TERMS,IS1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. ^4 GRAND MARAIS, MINN.. MARCH 31,1000. L/1 COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY: COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners| ... .First District—F. Jackson Second District—(}. Olson .Third District—H. Engelson .Chris. Murphy .Chas. J. Johnson Auditor Treasurer Register of Deeds. Sheriff. Judge of Probate. Attorney.. Surveyor Coroner .... Sup't. of Schools.. Justices CBBIS. MURPHY R. K. A C. H. Carhart H. @ulbransen P. Rindel .L. U. C. Titus .John "Morrison John Matheaon Ellquist Geo. H. Durfee, C. H. Carhart |r\, MACCABEES. j. lr OGKMA TENT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting fe' knights cordially welcomed. ||p L. U. C. TITUS, Com. WINTER IN SWITZERLAND. Ia tbe Higher Altitudes "We Are Told There Are Never Any Stormy Day*. There is no doubt that the plan of takin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 March 1900

r\ ,T am 0 & jfe1" "V &U IV 1 V- ,*\U S. W H& '•ft' s!(T'i 1 F^W W^S^w!^ HAPPENINGS. if-i Explanation.—"Biddy" is the editor's domestic dog. ,, A are improving in All the invalids health. Geo. WesBelman from Thomaaville 1 spent a couple of dqys here last week. It is a boy, at John Huasey's, and John is driving his horse qn the bnggy with a string of bells. Hie mail stage from the west came on horae-baok Thursday und "Jordan is a hard road to travel,? The crows and sea-gulls have arrived and the hoys are playing marbles so we think spring hiu come. E James Morrison strolled home from Duluth, thinking it would be too slow for him to come back with the team. Geo Zimmerman returned early this week from Beaver Bay where he has spent the winter helping A. H. Wegner: The party of explorers in charge of Joseph Walsh spent a couple of days in Grand Marais recuperating, after which they returned to the interior. A. H. Wegner of Beaver Bay, one of the county commissioners of Lake C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 31 March 1900

5?Vfe. ,33 11 m-i it f- CHAPTER XXV1L—(CONTINUED.) It startled me to hear her speak of tay wife In a tone of love, and I no­ ticed that Pearl was listening now with ft sadden wonder in her face. "No mother she is not here." "You must bring her to me prom fee me, Amos." "When die comes, I will bring her to you.**., Y.T "I have something to say to her— tod to you. I once wronged her in my thoughts, and I want to ask her for­ giveness. She has behaved to me like ft true loving daughter while you have been away, and has given ine money regularly—though I doubt she is trou­ bled In her mind about you. Heed What I say, my son. All the tales whispered about her were false. She is better than gold—she is as true as •teel, and I misjudged her." My breath came and went quickly, •nd Pearl urged me to lie down and lest "I will watch over your mother," she •aid, with a strange flush on her face. "Who spoke?" cried my mother, striving to rise in bed. "You told me Mabel was not here." "Neither is ...

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. — 7 April 1900

VOLUME vin. The Cuban, orphan fund, which is tow fully started, and.doing good work among the orphaned children of the "reconcentrados" of Cuba, is really the outcome of the American commission to Cuba last fall, prior to the raisins of the American flag over the Island. The organization is entirely non sectarian the children are cared for physically and mentally, entirely irre­ spective of any religious sect. Their condition is pitiable, and the necessity tor bettering It & imperative. The men at the head of £be ifnmd are men 'who- hsree personally come Ik contact with the misery, poverty said utter destitution the duktren cff TJuba. These men are intelligent, farseeing, aad tally appreciative oT the benefit which urnSt eventually accrue to the United 'States if these orphans are ^ppjpejUx aiucaled and trained. is to be no attempt made to proselyte them, beyond teaching them to be moral and honest. To better under­ stand the terrible condition of the peasants of Cuba, who are t...

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. — 7 April 1900

5# Vj* 1 C.V* •4 tfc, Chki3. Murphy R. K. THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. OFFICIAL PAPER COOK GOliflTY. 4- -4b jCHIUS. MURPHY. Proprietor and Publisher. Ss& Y 1 CLARK H. CARttART, Editor. TERMS,iS1,00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND 51ARAIS, MINN., APRIL 7.1900. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICER8. Commissioners .First District—P. Jackson .....Second District— .i. Olson .Third District— H. Kngelson Auditor Treasurer.. ...... Register of Deeds. Sheriff Judge of Probate. Attorney... Surveyor Coroner.. Sup't. of Schools.. Justices Chris. Murphy .Chas. J. Johnson .C. H. Carhart ...H. Gulbransen P. Rindel .L. U. C. Titus John Morrison John Matheson Wm. Kllquist Geo. H. Durfee, G. H. Carhart MACCABEES. Ookma Tent No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. Trrus, Com. SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. American and Australian butter is rapidly crowding the German article from the English market. Th...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 April 1900

A a •m M'-'i HAPPENINOS^- ^*2?- Mtfc Andrew Jolu»»oii it.t|i»We«t8id6 it on the tick list. The"Big Store" at Two Harbors ban •ell yon goods cheeper than you ban etealtheok .. ^.-i Ben Bcott haa been standing up all week, be eaya he Had* it much more comfortable. Sohreiner Brut, Moulton pf Two Harbors.bare a "Big Store," write to them tor prices. Before purchasing your spring snpplif it will pay you to write Sohreiner Bros, and Moulton at Two Harbors. Light Keeper Mayhew begins lighting up to-night, As usual this light is the first one on this lake in operation. A. J. Scott returned on Thursday from a weeks trip to his traps, he does not expect to make another trip this year. Write for prices on anything in the line of shirts, under ware ties, collars, shoes, ete. to Sohreiner Bros, and Moul­ ton. The strong westerly winds which pre­ vailed during the week have cleared the lake of ice as far as can be Been. The harbor ia also free. Maddie Vallie who has been employed as teamster for ...

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. — 7 April 1900

CAMPMRE SKETCHES OOQD SHORT STORIES 1 THE VETERANS. Kegro Soldiers' Bravery. FOR •feigned Death to Save His life—Spanked by the General—Commissary Sergeant's Experience with Kelson and a Mole— Memorial Day. ®'er the breadth of a great republic. From ocean to ocean borne, {Whatever the stars of her banner Gleam out to the light of morn Ifrom tha depth of her grain-sown val­ ley*. The slopes of her wooded hills, 111 the song of her wind-swept prairies, The rhyme of her peaceful rills, Comes the noiseless tramp of an army, Shadowy silent and gray— t&n army, though vanished its legions. Yet lives in our hearts today. To the men who from field and forum Uprose at the country's pry, Their lives, if their need, for the honor, Their honor for her to die Who, seizing the gun for the plowshare, And grasping the sword for the pen, Went forth an army of patriots, Or noble and free-born men 'Tis to these a hand of a nation Its tributes of love will pay, Wherever the grave of a soldier Shall ...

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. — 14 April 1900

V- •V TRENCH MARBIAGES. •NOT OFTEN THE RESULT OF NATURAL SELECTION.' -Co art In jr In France—Ufelong Prepara­ tion ai to Clothes, bat Not Much .IiOTe-Usklng The Bride's Blather 'Frequently Stands in the Way. In France the preparing of a girl's trousseau begins almost as soon as she is born. Year by year the drawers of one armoire after another are filled "with beautifully made garments, and the work does not stop when she has come to young womanhood and no suitable lover has yet been found. An American woman who has been living in a French family tells of the exquisite underclothing which the daughter of the family has laid away against the day of her marriage. She is 25 years old, so that the accumu­ lation has grown to great proportions. There are from twelve to fourteen dozens of everything that a girl can use, and every piece is made through­ out by hand, with the daintiest needle­ work one could imagine. All the girl's life the mother has been collecting rare lace, cluny, Valen...

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. — 14 April 1900

b- *V V?" v- \r' r*~ WMI 2*1? A THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. sJi .\f-lk CLARK H. CARHART, Editon' TERMS,!$1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAI8. MINN.. APRIL 14,1000. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS Firs^District-T-F.Jackson Commissioners^ .. .. ..Second District—G. Olson .. .ThirfTDistrkit-^H.Engelson Auditor...... :::v. ..-..: Chris. Murphy Treasurer.. ....v ....Chas. J. Johnson -JRegister of Deeds .C. H. Carhart Sheriff. H. Gulbransen Judge of Probate P. Rindel Attorney L. U. C. Titus Surveyor •. John Morrison Coroner John Matheson Sup't. of Schools v...Wm. Ellquist Justices— Geo, II. Durfee, C. H. Carhart MACCABEES. OGEaiA TENT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second fend fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. MANY SONS IN BATTLE. Solon* at of British Families Who Are the Front in the Sonth African War. Many instances in whi...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 April 1900

5V "•J -J^I" I' UiP'iiii s~i |ii I III 1^1 HAPPENINGS. tf" C. Q. Monkfef went to Chicago Bay on Thursday to buy a wagon. Chas. J. Johnson left OQ th» "Suit" Monday for a trip to Michigan. H. May hew and Dr. H. D. Jones went 4o Dulath. thisnaorningon the Suit. Auditor Murphy made a trip to Du­ luth during the week, returning yeater -day. Guat T. Nelson of I*utsen was trans­ acting business yesterday at the court laouse. :,c The "Big Store" at Two Harbors can sell you glbds cheaper than you can «teal them. A.H. Leonard of Lateen was trans­ acting business at the county seat dur­ ing the week. Jamte Campbell, who has had charge of Fred Sahlberg's camps during the -Winter, is in town. Schreiner Bros, Moolton of Two Harbprs have a "Big Store," write tp them for prices. L. Ellingson of Hovland came up on Meoday with his brother who was on .iiis way to Baldwin, Wis. Glof Fredrickson left bn the "Suit" Monday to transact some business at the land office in Dulath, W. B. Phillips, the Govern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 April 1900

um r(' *r." HIS BEST DEFENSE. The accommodation train from Stowell was filled to overflowing when a young man burst out of a group on the platform ""at the handsome little station^ (the bell had rung twice), waved a hand to a *young gentleman standing at a little distance with a young lady, and saying, "Back on the ten-twenty, Parker," leaped on the platform of the last car and disap­ peared in the car. "Is he always so impulsive?" The gentleman addressed as Parker smiled. "Indeed, I have not had time to form an opinion." His companion lifted her eyebrows, then bethought herself in time. "At least he makes himself very agreeable. And I have no patience with disagreeable people. We met him last summer at Mount Nebo. Clara— you know she is a model of propriety. Dear' Clara—I am too se/ere on her. But, then, it is such a relief to get away from the tiresome, stupid forms that remind me of my grand-aunt's way of making patterns for her quilts and patches. The patches were all alike, but...

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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. — 21 April 1900

I •1 -J .1? A'' 4 Ruth Kenyon was talking earnestly to the girl who sat next her in the train from Northampton one June day. "No everything is over between John Baker and me," she was saying vehemently. "Frances, I sent that .gentleman an invitation to the junior prom, two months ago, and he not on­ ly never answered the letter, but went to the prom, with another girl. Such rudeness! I've sent back all his pres­ ents and never want to see Wm again. But, for that matter, I suppose I shall •as I get home. He lives just next •door and always goes home as soon ^as college is out." "Why, Ruth," suddenly ejaculated her friend, looking out of the window. "Here's your station. Hurry, dear, or you'll be late. Good-by, and we'll meet again at Smith in September." "Poor John Baker, Jr.! I pity him when they meet," she added to herself, as she watched Ruth seize her um­ brella and suit case and hurry off the car. Farrington, the driver of the old yel­ low coach that connected the little out-of-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 April 1900

wfv )k" 1 ¥V'- %,• IF E THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS. MURPHY. Proprietor an4 Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor TERMS,t$1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. ORA.NP MARAIS. MINN. .'APRIL 21,19T0. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners First District—F. Jackson .....Second District—!i. Olson .Third District—H. Engelson I: Auditor .... Treasurer lit gister of Deeds. Sheriff Judge of Probate. Attorney Surveyor..... Coroner Sup't. of Schools.. Justices Chris. Murphy Chas. J. Johnson ....C. H. Oiiriiurt H. Gulbransen ........ P. Kindel L. U. C. Titus John Morrison John Matheson ....Wm Kllqust Geo. H. Durfee, C. II. Carhart MACCABEE3. OOEMA TENT No. 98.—Kegular reviews held every second and fourth fcaiurday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHBIS. MURPHY E. K. The public schools ID various places are being hauled over the coals for the bad English of their scholars. It seems that so much time is taken up ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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