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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 April 1900

I HAPPENINGS. Geo. Malooe left for piilutb on the Suit ThnrsdRy. A. Van Johoson lijfd a slight toncb of the grip daring the ek. H. Mayhew returned from a Dtilutli trip on the J. 0. Scut last Wednesday, "Oom Paul", formerly J. C. -Oa pbel I returned to thejdahlberg catnp the tirst of the week. Joe Pichyou and Fred Danielson re­ turned frotna Duluth trip oa the Dixon Thursday. FOR SALE—White docks' eggs *t $1.00 per'dozen. Inquire at A. V. John eon's btore. C. J. Johnson and Olof Fr driokson returned from Duluth on the J. C. Suit Wednesday. J. L. Landin, who has been engaged in building a barn for C. J. Johnson, is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs Andrew Hedstrom re­ turned from Dulu'.h by, ihe Steamer Bon Ami on Thursday. George Broad well, the genial scaler at the, Sahlber? camp was iu town ou bus­ iness last Wednesday. John Young, who cut his foot somf time ago, has recovered, he left on Wed­ nesday for Good Harbor iy. H. F. Rehbein and R. E. Carey of Du­ luth arrived -on the Dixon Th...

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. — 21 April 1900

W"£ $ fi.:W it? DAIRY AND POULTRY. 4NTERESTINQ CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. fiow Successful Farmers Operate This Department of the Farm—A Few Hints as to the Care of lire Stock «nd Fool try. Dklry Note®. "The dairy and food commissioner, of Minnesota has been making a visit to ibe creameries in the western part of that state, and reports that a good many of them have closed their doors. The farmers that have cows and were sending their milk to the creameries *re selling their butter, at a low price, io a process butter fact&ry in Minne ipolis. The trouble seems to have been that the people paid .too much for their factories in the first place. Then the farmers around did not keep enough cows to make the business a success. This demonstrates the absurd­ ity of starting into such' enterprises without due provision for the require­ ments of the business. It is a mistake to build a creamery hoping that the rows will come in afterward. It is reported from New York that in the dist...

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. — 28 April 1900

»v #4 •P i! \g 1 I N i' IF *1 -I hit-f Tin. THE WIDOW'S LOVE. When Isabella Barry was left a iwidow at the age ofv25 she turned her ^attention to charitable work, hoping "to find solace therein. Her zeal grew •and at the end .of a year she was quite engrossed in the work. She had always given liberally, but now she added personal visitation to *h£t, and took to Visiting the glum dis­ tricts, ^rhete- she dispensed alms with Iher own hands. To say that she was •often deceived in the objects of her charity wolild be putting it mildly— often the professedly blind having as good sight as- herself or the apparent cripple having an arm or leg deftly bandaged up while the sleeve or trousers leg huhg empty—but many and many a time she helped,those who were truly .deserving, and was content. She studied social problems, read books on economic subjects and at­ tended club meetings of the working classes, endeavoring to find some plan iby which the condition of the poor might be permanently ame...

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. — 28 April 1900

*Cx *T K' I S HS It, l-r pi 5*fr COOK COUNTY HERALD. 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor «ad Publisher. CLARK H. CARHARl'. fe«!tor. TKRMS.lt1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. MltlgHEt ETESr ^ITUBMI, OkAHD MARAI8. MINK..AFRILSS, 1900. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY 0FFICBR8. MACCABEES. OORMA TKKT No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth raturday. Visit i»g knights cordially welcomed. The little ihi|s are thie^enfanis per dus of the fleet. ful issue, it will only be by the great­ est chance that they themselves es­ cape destruction. The torpedo boat destroyer officers look coolly upon death as their more than probable fate "in action, but each thinks that every­ thing—himself, his ship and crew—• will be well lost if he can only plant one deadly stroke which sends a bat 'Ueship to the bottom. It is a compari­ son between a few thousand pounds' worth of structure, its armament and a crew of less than 50, all told, against a floating castle which represents more than a million...

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. — 28 April 1900

tV HAPPENINGS. uVe 4 A. H. Leonard of Imtieo was il the firtt of tht week. ttutioatiQ^tfna 0. A. A. Nelson, the iw a visitor fctft Tueeday. wn !»vfv Y' H. Mayhew aod E. W. •Uflar* ^2 u» EverEvefceon left to* jfc fiajtyft fefe ion the Dixon Mat •Dr. H. D. Jodm tttrtrtted Ifogf&ALUTTI onthe lixOn W*dneediy fiifhfc. *.• Gay Ltafrey of Etafoktb 1m* tiiutonl trieodeia toiMlfte Aril Of the Ijfqfc. Vm. Howeastia* from an extended tilt to Dal*£h 1Mb Tn4aday. J. L. Landin *jxi Oust Olios left Thursday on a bu«ir»e)i« trip to iftluth. FOB SALE—duoki* «ggs at 41.00 per doeen. J^flga|ie*t A. V. John­ son'a store. Ohas. Anaqust made atrip to Daluth this week, returauajr fin the Boa Ami last night. Martel Anaquet, who baa been in Du­ luth for aevaral weeks, returned laat Monday. Ghas. Clement* tf Dill nth arrived on the Dixon Wednesday tnd is engaged in the pine country. M. O. Havig and Ole Qnnderaon. of Holland were among the passengers for Duluth Thursday. Oust L. Peteirsoor who spent the w...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 28 April 1900

.,4^' •®WI §R*|i®lSP ARTIFICIAL fclGHT^pf^ wjm .-.viM •wM :!fe! •W& & Soon TVlpo Oat the Dlstinctlcnuofl S*&( Dajr and Night. BIRD MOTION. *hlng» That Hare Been Found Oat by the Airship inven or*. In flight the body is. moved forward by the resistance of the air to* the strokes of the wings. The reason why the start is the most laborious part ,of the process is thus explained by M. Marey, the great authority of all forms •of animal locomotion: "When the lird is not yet in motion, the air struck by its wings first of all presents a resistance due to its inertia, then be­ gins to move, and flies below the Wing, without affording any support. When the bird is at full speed, on the con­ trary, its wings are supported each succeeding moment by new columns of air, each one offering the initial re­ sistance due to its inertia. The sum of these resistances presents to the winds a much firmer basis. The in­ crease of the resistance of the air diminishes the labors of the bird. In...

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. — 5 May 1900

5fi Mfiv4: (OIkCC -a /y\ rar & fl^f^ '--if YOLUME yill. GEOFFREY'S WARD. *& ,.» & mmmm&w- "I wish to see Geoffrey Algernon.1 The well-trained serv.ant expressed no surprise at the request, though he certainly did wonder what such a for­ eign looking midget wanted ot^his master, "A lady to see Mr. Algernon," he an­ nounced, as he rapped at the .drawing toom door.-^» The young lady followed him and Stepped inside. '"Tq see me—'Miss Algernon?*' said a tall angular woman emphatically, aris­ ing and looking father severely at the newcomer. ?X. '£.\ "No, Geoffrey Algernon?': was the caller's placid response as she walked ^bvei* to whejre a bright fire' was burn- r. 'Oti ing in the grate, and began to warm herself in quite & composed, homelike manner. 1 7 .. •si "Then ask him to come here, James/' ^said the woman,Hooking oyer at her companion, a young la'dy of rather showy appearance, to see what was thought of such an unheard of pro -ceeding. v." -\p. The companion was...

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. — 5 May 1900

if m-* 0" THE COOX COUNTY HERALD. \f ?.-:XMHI, MI *xmumrt: XL LK r-* fi'" mP: #H it \-.5^ .u. CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. •••"W -'-Si CLARK H. CARHART. EdltOK TERMS,,$1.00 A YEAR (N ADVANCE. ,'i PUBLISHED EYEBY SATURDAY. GRAND. MARAIS, MINN., MAY 6, lVtt COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. fpSSjpKP Mm** .First District—!?. Jackson ...M Commissioners.! ... .Seeond District—'4. Olson 0\X} 4"': .Third District—H. Engelson 1 Auditor..-.i-.i....... .............CbrlB. Murphy Treasurer -. .Chas. J. Johnson &" & *fc8,,ter D*«d» C. H. Carhart Sheriff H.Gulbransen Judge of Probate. ..P. Rindel Attorney .L. U. O. Titus Surveyor ,.:......John Morrison jsj,4 Coroner ., John Mathesou 111% Sup't. of Schools.,.. ...» Wm. Ellqu'st Justices G©o. H. Durfee, C. H. Carhart UAOCABEES. OOKMA TENT NO. 98.—R«ular reviews held •very second and fourth taturday. Visiu»g knights cordially welcomed. Bsw a Collector Itesred Old Ma kocpay Table at Very.... .. •snail Coat. !Tfkra man becom...

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. — 5 May 1900

+. •i .: i• HAPPENINGS. C. J. Jobnaon went toDuluth )*ter- *wr'" jm Daw Oarriboo from Duluth Thursday. Opl. P«in« returned last Sunday from a buaioeu trip to Dalath. E. H. Faller of Mibtaeapolit came in yeatehlay from GanfltDt lak«. Martol Aoaqnet left for Pnluth yea terday to attend to some busmen mat tare. M. Bay and B. Lardfold of Dalath wan among the transients during the we*k. Joe Wilson of Nepigon, Canada, ao oompanied 'Godfrey Pimte witti the muil Wedneadajr. Miaa Mattie Jaoobson of Hovlatid came up yesterday morning for a visit with frienda. Win. Howenstine and' family went to Duluth yesterday where they will reside during the summer. N. Pro beck and George Wartner are in town from Gun Flint, they report low water in all the lakes. Olaua Jabobaon, assessor of Hofifnd township, waa conaulting with the oounty auditor to-day. A. great many ownera are redeeming their land* just now, and the auditor has more than hia hands full. Oscar Peterson of Duluth waa among the Dixon passen...

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. — 5 May 1900

lHa i&\ M'1 v,* *. h: iis ^,V* i* r*"r* v/-- •:. I $ & & ", T" taCEn*»fU«|gf Jat •Stranger Neighbors. $-§i "Mrs. Snizzer visited you yesterday, didn't she, Delia?" "Oh, no she sent in her card, with a message that she wasn't calling on me —she just wanted to use our tele­ phone."—Chicago Times-Herald. How*i' This? We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for anj or Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's ... Catarrh Cure. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, CX We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Ctoney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable tn all business transactions »nd financially able to carry out anyobliga dons made by their firm. I West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, Toledb, o. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, Ohio Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, aot tag directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 'Wc per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall's Family Pills ai the b...

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. — 12 May 1900

C» Wfi»?» ft/ Wi •v- hi s* 4 H-v:, a •jf, 1 & 7 Oolv Baden-Powell declares that "man-stalking" Is the bes£ game of -which he knows, and the colonel has. had experience enough as a hunter of both two and four footed animals to know. He has written a book called "Aids to Scouting," and in it he clearly lays down the rules of the sport. The scout's ten commandments,* he says, are pluck and self-reliance, abil­ ity'to find his way in a strange coun­ try and use his eyes and ears. He must be able to keep himself hidden, track the enemy, get across country, take care of himself and his horse, and report his information. The most reliable assistance in find­ ing your way is the compass, but ifi. South Africa? where there is much ironstone in the ground, a compass be­ comes very unreliable. The sun by •day gives you the east in his rising, and west in his setting, and north or :south at noon,, as you happen to be south or north of the equator. On starting on. a-reconnaissance, if you se...

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. — 12 May 1900

ft r\VJ* i'Sf" sis 'i«s: %y{ mm THE COOK COUNTY HERALD., »ormii rm.#cooi «mnr.\H CHBIS. MURPHY, Proprietor n( Publisher. CLARK k. CARHART, Editor. Igf 'BRM8,|S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED IYEBT SATURDATi GRAND MARAI8. MINK.. HAY J2,1010. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. "fcOUNTX OPFICEK8. Ir=i Commissioners .-. Auditor... 1..'. Treasurer .First District—F. Jackson Second District—4. Olson Third District—H. Engelson Register of Deeds...... 4 .Sheriff. Judge of Probate....... Attorney.... "Surveyor., -Coroner.......... •. Sup't. or Schoola "Cjoatlcea.... Geo.H Cbria. Murphy Chaa. J. Johnson .........C. H. Carhart ........H. Gulbransen .... .P. Rindel .L. U. C. Titus ........John Morrison ...... John Mathesou .........Wm Ellqufst Durfee, G. U. Carhart MACCABEE3. OeiMA. Tim No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITOS, Com. Cbbis. McbphyR.K. PART OP WRECKED SHIP. ••w Urn of Bsgllili Shlpball#ers An lllllliing Hall of llrss...

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. — 12 May 1900

|^T1RMS,»1.00 a year in advance. 4-« I* ttfr-PUBLISHEDEYERY W:- Sup't. of Schoola.. "sJtutices.... SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. HAY ft WX). COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. ypS|||gCMiidMj Ceaualssioners Auditor........... nll^' Treasurer.. ...... .r Register of Deed*. \oUNTY OFFICER8. v.. .First District—F. Jackson 8econd District—4. Olson Sheriff,......,.... Judge of Prolate.. Attorney.......... a Surveyor •., Coroner..... Third District—H. Kngelson ............Chris. Murphy ........ .Chas. J. Johnson CRBXS. MUBPHY R. K. C. H. Carhart ...............fi. Gulbransen P. Rindel .X. U. C. Titus ..JohnMorrison ............... John Matheaou Win. Ellqu'st Geo. H. Durfee, C. U. Carhart MACCABEES. Osima Tint No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiii"g knights cordially welcomed. b. U. C. Titos, Com. PART OP WRECKED SHIP. Bsw Hr« of Knsllsh Shlpballders An (Jilllilng Half of jk Ilraii4cd Vessel. .V-.••••'V Probably the most remarkable achievement in the line of wrecking an...

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. — 12 May 1900

^0m gfgeSHew?*'^ A' .- •iWX \f«h Hi Wmm p:.A| 'JPI* *|SW"^ J. It. Ltioain retarded by* the Dixon 'aswSBS'BU!' Thursday from Dnltftifei 8 warn per amFMrs jGaniboolretarwd y* Thnradagffro«n a visifcto friends la Clo Wi&m Mia*, r'"j Geo. tfaoonub came up yesterday from Grand Portage to build a house for James Hortuta. j-y.r.TCt: ,-r t. -si. FOR SALE—Whit® docks* it p«r .doara.—Eofnire at A. V. ^-d^v^Jobhsotfsstore. Gtrda Benson left on the Bon Ami Wednesday for Tefte wbore ahe will re- "ii.. "uV^f tor some week».j3f mm 1 Geo. Zimmerman returned on tho Dixon Thursday from «c extended visit to Daivth and Beaver Bay. A. Wood, T. Bumsey and T. Wdod oamn «p from Biic Bay daring the week to take the boat for Dalnth. Z/N. Goodell and If. Dilon of Dnlutb arrived on the Dixon Wednesday and jeft for the interior Thursday/ Geo. Wilkinson, who Has been logging near Baptism river daring the past winter, was in town Thursday.' L. Bergstein, the Norwegian. Swedish. f-'Jew peddler, of Two Harbors,...

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. — 12 May 1900

Jt ,Jf us* IA ,y". flf Woman, who havoJteon relieved jot painful menstruationby tydla E, Plnkham's l^ogfi* teAffi Compound% etantJywriting grateful loiters to Mrs, Plnkham, cured thorn. It always relieves painful periods and qo "Are youi sure she is as gentle and patient and amiable as she seems?" asked the friend. "Not quite sure," ans-wered the young man, who is in love. "But I'm going to find out." "How?" "I'm going to get her to call some body up over a long-distance telephone and then watch her."—Washington Star. Tliat She Knew About It, Tliat Is. "I am dreadfully worried about Willie," she said. "What is the matter?" he asked. "Why, he hasn't been up to any ^mis­ chief for nearly half a day."—Chicago Evening Post. SlOO Reward SIOO. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease. that science has .been able to cure in all Its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only-positive cure nowknownto the medical fraternit...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 May 1900

1 i"% J-L & Ml wl -4, t/' 1 *_ r'.1 ML. fa $ Biari state papers purporting to have beenstolen from the archives of the Muscovite ministry of war have created sensation Ijqt .|^fl^n,d, r.and The Vv'they 5s?' hi .VOLUME mT, JIIiErT GRAND ARM& AW?" **ll A1 ""r^ Englaiitl never' forgets that tjie north Star looks down through the Khyber pass, and that year after year the Rus­ sian ^itntpostis creep ^Closer to the con lines of India. The movement of 20, 000 Russian troops to the Afghan fron­ tier and the publication of secret Rus- documents show that Russia refc&r^8 England's diffi- istan and assail the borders of north­ ern^ India. A thorough military recon lioissance has been made by Russian officers of the Indian. frontier, a plan of campaign outlined, native rulers and religious leaders "sounded/' and a pol­ icy for stirring up the border chiefs and the native princes of the coveted country has been formulated. Henry Norman and an anonymous writer ihave challenged the aut...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 May 1900

1 Jot*c Pp..™, ypsfs- "1 say L.'" A jr Ln iHttninh THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. 'jjgm,!ijRt «F^oK«°wii^ 'fcHRM. MlHiRY. fm CU*y H. $kRHAR Editor. iteRM9,lSt.00A Ye ARt NAD VANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, GRAND MARAIS. MINN,. MAT 10, lMOj^p! *.« '?v y. Ajjift k'V"-' COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICER!?,- ..Commissioners .-^Auditor. sl®l Register of Deeds.'..: +. Sh8riff Wl Sli- ^^FirstDistHct—F. Jackson TTSecondDHtriot-rQ. Olson Thirtf pl8^rlQt—H. Engelson ,..Chris. Murphy (^SB.J.Johnsou I!:! C.~H. pnrbart **p- Vl,. fh ISTtfdge of Probate... ,-JI J$Mtorney., |»Surveyor. /..Mr., ,x ^"Coroner......,,.,,,,..,. 'flup't. ofBchoola.. GUlbranseri p. Rindel .1*. U, 0. Titus ., ,?,fJobq Morrison i?,.H'.'John Matheaon i•:...«! WW. EllqUiSt Geo.H. Durfee, C, H, Carhart •#.s & MACCABEES. OGEMA TKNT NO, 98.—Regulafc^reviews C\vj« appear. It so happened that 'nobody there knew him, and the lady who had engaged hiip had also failed to ap pear. vI'resently young man- with ratheir a startled air 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. — 19 May 1900

'Mk Jas.W. Norton, of Duluth, is looking over timber iancla/north of town this Balaih, diedon Sunday last of Blight'? sdposm. 2^.::{r -V tain storms of the fii&of the week were a great boon to this neighbor* hood as they serred toNextingoish the JBres north of town which threatened to do orach damage.^ Treasurer Johnson' returned home lastf evening from a. trip to Dnluth alid St. '0% Paul daring which he re-nominated Page Morris and selected delegates .to the ^Republican national Convention. At the Republican congressional con­ tention held in Duluth Tuesday Con­ gressman Morris was .renominated by acclamation. Cook county was repre seated at the oonreation lay Dr. Mayhew, WJ Ohas. J. Johnson and O. H, Carhart. .i iK&Tha two Butter' brdthers,' of the fir to of Bntler & Turner, who have the con tract for building the breakwater on the "west side of the harbor arrived hereon the^Bon Ami last evening to look over the ground preparatory to begining work on their contract. 1/...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 May 1900

|f^ 0^ A, 'f itff ih«*l Is If true that •ucli exhaustive ciuo papers r" "Exhaustive? Ofcouree nobOdy eret iM-*ays anything, but when she gets ^through every woman In the dub breathes asif she had Crawled through •a tunnel a mile *long."—Indianapolis Journal.-^ The Secrets-of Planets Revealed. The telescope Which Is now in process construction is expected to bring f|§the nioon within a mile's .eyesight of this world, and to reveal the secrets ot the planets. It may cause as great a change in the worldta thought as Hoe tetter's Stomach Bittert does to suffer* •ers from dyspepsia, constipation, IIvet or kidney troubles. .- ^Johnny—What is a bore, papa? j&wM Papa —A bore is a person who tells you so much about himself that you get uo chance to tell him. anything p# about yourself.—Baltimore American. Stomaoh i. Troublos In Spring Are THAT BILI0US 1 ^'sx in the mouth, dull headache, sleeples* ness, poor appetite|jr^f 'f •'», No matter how careful you are about ay eating, everything y...

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. — 19 May 1900

«(VV i' •v •ASSrik^sif..... W¥* St,?"'' KsW1 "Exhaustive? OrcouM©,' nobody eve* *afs anything, but- wheu she gets 'through every woman in the dab breathes as if she had crawled through 4 tunnel a mile Mong."—Indianapoli® JFOURNAF.* -,^ 1 11 1 1 rn The Secret* of Planets Revealed. The telescope which is now in process of construction is expected to bring :|^the nioon within a mile's eyesight of this world, and" to reveal the secrets of the planets.- It may cause as great a change in the world's thought as Hofr tetter's Stomach Bitters does to suff cr­ ip-era from dyspepsia, constipation, live*. pSor kidney troubles. Papa Knew. Johnny—What is ft bore, papa? Papa-A bore is a person who tettl you so much about himself that f&H get no chance to tell him. anything about yourself.—Baltimore American^ Wlrl-MM if *.• •,» Stomach :/%TnuM9* Jc xt**' x\& Are THAT BILIOUS FEELING, bad taste in the mouth, dull headache, sleepless­ ness, poor appetite.^' •i No matter how careful you are ab...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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