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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 May 1900

There is a 7-year-old girl* in Alviso/ Cal., who lives in a world all,her own.' (Nobody would want to share. her •(world w^ith her, because it is a/topsy "itusvey one—SQ very topsy turvey .that it makes the head dizzy just to think i-jabout it. Little Mary Terry sees every jthing bottomside up and backward. |The experiences that.j each day brings to %Ms child in real life ar^ more markable than those wjiich befell Alice in Wonderland, for Alice, was fic­ tion and Mary is fact. This sole in­ habitant of topsy-turveydom is the "i daughter of, a Portuguese rancher hear Alvarado. For two years she has at tended the Alviso' public schooI^lShe .-ps, a pretty child,v shy and graceful,: With ros^ coloring and black hair. Her Jcase puzzles the wise men of. the west: So far as is known, a similar instance ".Jh^s not been brought to the attention of science. It was nearly a year be //forq her .'teacher, Miss Carrie ^Parrish, {-discovered the strange peculiarity of /jglittleMary. The first six ...

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. — 26 May 1900

AV\'t, M, '4 '-CHRIS., MtiRPHY. Pro»rt*tor and Publisher. &st CLARK IL CARHART. Editor. ^TCRMS, «!.OOA YCAKIN ADVANCE. St- Chris, Murphy R. K. Xi ¥,t GRAND MARAIS.MINV.. MAY 36, Mfflt COOK COOHTY DIRECTORY. {g^ggg »OKTI OFFICERS. 'IwftHnt Dlilriet^F.iaeksoa Commissioners-? ......Second District—G. Olson ,. .Third District—H. Kngelsoti Auditor............ v.Chris* Murphy Treasurer.. cbi. I. Johnton Register if Deeds.. Judge of Prolate. Attorney... ... "Sumyot..^.... ,Coroner... Sup't. of School*.. :V^^fauUcei. .......C. H. Cnrbart .H. Golbransen ...........P. Btndel .L.U. C. Titus ,... .'.Joba Morrison ....John Matheson .i..Wm^Ellquist Geo,H. Durfee, C. II, Curhart fjek' '-, Ooima tm No. 98.—Regular reviews held jjBrery second and fourth Saturday^ Visiting ^knights cordially welcomed. :$?*.. ,-J MACCABEES. L. U. C. Tmra, Com. SWEDES IH NEW ENGLAND. Latest Cmih )a4leatl»aa polai to a Lars* liaer«a*« V iA**onir Them.'. /, W By the federal census of 1890 there ff."?,were "early 1,00...

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. — 26 May 1900

r' %i *ir I near Gun Flint hut ToMday. T. W. Maybe* returned laat Sai .from a political trip to Dulata and St /:..' Martin Harig and A. 8. Carlson were on the Dixon T^madiy en route to their vhomes in Hovimad, Joim Wade, of Dnlath, who has been |y*Cy here .for aome time» left' on thelHzon ggS^ thie morning lor hie home. P|J| John Yoong, who has been in this community sinoe last fall, left on the -Dixon Tueedaj for other points, ?, df} Miss Gerda Beaaon, who ia f^'Tofte, visited with her mother two days pipf the week,returning to I'ofte Tuesday. ••••. JM J. W. Norton, of Dulath, who b&s cruising north of town for some time, returned to Dulath this morning Wi The two schools on Maple Hill had ,-their closing exercises this afternoon* ?iifre regret not being able to print the .W-HfcP V* program. Geo. Broadw^U, brought a driving mare from Saklberg'a camp on Mouday and shipped it to Duluth by the Dixon Tuesday, J|fi| Miss K&teSpaith, a milliner "from Two Harbors came down on the ...

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. — 26 May 1900

*5KS!£J* U' ft*". 't-i -vh J0: S..,/ The lay of the hen is more valuable -flian the song of the lark. A Book of Ciiolee Keclpes free by Walter Bakor & Co. Ltd!, Dorchester Mention this paper. Irack seldom comes-when expected. 25c. 50c* .-:,v-v L'' 0- Tf i' m7. Happy Is the bride the sun shines •»—if she isn't afraid of freclstes. Beautiful hair, la ALWAYS pteaslng, And PASKZB'S IAIX BALSAM excels In producing It. fltaxjXB00Bss, the best core for corns. 15cta. 4- 't* •v J& S2® 41 •c Now you know what the trouble is, you certainly know the cure.—a perfect SarsapariHa»' "Sarsaparilla'' is simply the name of the medicine, for in a perfect Sarsaparilla there are a great many remedies. Some act by taking out the bad others, by putting in the good. You want a Sarsaparilla that will make yout blood pure this spring, a Sarsaparilla that will make it rich,rand strong, a Sarsaparilla that is a powerful nerve tonic. You Want the strongest and best Sarsaparilla that can be made. 'The onl...

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. — 2 June 1900

OUR BUDGET OF *, •'*, SOME GOOD JOKES ORIGINAL 1' Good Retriever-—Why the Monocle Is Used by theArerage Tonne Man —tottery for the1 minister—On a Dif­ ferent Flan. On a Different flan. ""JTouve*" cheated me out watch,-sirl" he.cried.1 "No Christian,-old m,an, would.ever St have done !}!», •.iJjg.'f&S !'Ahy, my .friend^'' the., honest pawn broker replied "1 'Tm running thi^.shop as, looses would run it."^ )^j-Chicago Tribune. Francisco Wave. *er mmif i&mijjm-. .j* lrfttery foe the Minister, Too, In Cripple Creek a sturdy miner idrove up to the minister's house with '''/a young woman, to whom he desired to jp/be married. When the ceremony was •concluded and the minister's fee came up, the happy man discovered that lie had left his money in his other trou ,isers' §M Jfstj mww'%s^ M: :&£ "What's yotir- usual fee?' he asked. "Sometimes we get $2, sometimes said the parson. "Then' thar ain't no, usual about it," ^aecided the happy man, 'quickly add-, ^''lng: "Tell ye what I'll...

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. — 2 June 1900

A seventh English steamer baa left iFiume with a load of Hungarian horses for the British in Sbutji Africa. The 4,500 animals thus shipped are uader* stood to he fat and tender. People who talk anxiously concern­ ing the danger from automobiles should, remember that a great 'deal al­ ways depends upoii the mailt in charge of the machinery, and that ail incom­ petent individual with a team of skit­ tish horses can do quite, asmuch dam­ age as the man who does not know how to work the levers of an automo­ bile. Arbor day is the onljr holida^ which speaks for the future all others cele­ brate the past. Yet even Arbor day be­ gins to have a past. Eighteen years ago, during the first forestry congress in this country, the children of Cincin­ nati marched to Eden Park and planted a young tree for each President. Wash­ ington would be prouder of his Cincin­ nati oak than of his mythical cherry tree and Jackson would find his hick­ ory harder to break down than was the United States Bank. 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 June 1900

*v .r» ill-.. "I hate school!" 'U* W -i 1 ped his book, shut'-aS 'hi'1 iftolSThnd •and, looking across the aisle, Roland Havens saw Mamie Gray, the preti tiest and fsauciestkgiri«jb£school, fe-eyes. ,., j'^r /tell her you went to spend^ the day ^with your grandmother." &£ K|pranks ^ger^read 1 Mamie's eyes flashed. ••••'y,'" "We cantigo and gather violets," said Iff ^Roland. "I know, where there's a sV^whqle bank of them, blue as indigo as big as—as—wild roses." "%$ "mm/X it far?" -w *4 Vr-f£T''' "No only- in-^Hatfield's''5 woods %'V: |wliere V® haid'our/picnic'last summer- #p^,(^|We I can start in the morning before & setback by 4o'eloek. They won't ysay anything to us at home when^we bring them all the violets." 4 The next morning saw, a guilty little ]pair scudding along the paths which: Ucd out of the village and trying to. ^avoid observation by climbing the tall ]i 'S. ^fences and walking the other side of l.V 1 'the bare hedges.* ^V' It: seemed so go(odJ tou"be"out' in ...

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. — 2 June 1900

GRAND MABAI8. MUft*.!-JUKB 4,1900. £*k COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—p. Jackson Second District—G. Olson Third Dlstrict-rH. Rngelson .. UFii Commissioners-] loners .:i.'v..)8o 1/^.Jhir SIS OO*WA.TSKTNO. I1AI«n -"Vf Chris, Murphy Auditor.,.-i.".. o,'.. Treasurer/. ,iv^j.CHas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds.. v.. V- H- Sheriff... -........ ....-iV--. Carhart v•.H.Gulbransen Judge of Probate. uv&t .P* Rlndel a ttnwr,** VT, "V At rrun. Attorney Surveyor Coroner,.. „r, Sup't. of Schools. xij. O. Titu? John Morrison H. D. Jones ...../.i.Wm. Ellquist ^ng$ce§L JGeo, Durfee, 0. H.Carhart MACCAJEEAIII RSH} 98.—Regular reviews held .. .aveiy secondand fourth Saturday. Visiting knlghtsoordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com»i jg^OlWI^MtBTHYR. :*Tha progreea of the World?'* tha editorial department of the Review of Reviewator June, covers such topics aa the famine io India and the relief oper­ ations. in America, the recent Populist conventions and the Presidential aitna tion later in Majr? ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 June 1900

1. •tr. v.. HAPPENINGS. '%.' oommweioner'e called JM» 8lili.^t^M^ fi)r. Hi D. Jenea is attending to bnsi n«M matter* in Di*lutI»||J fU Li^r of Two Harbors was IS StfeS. art Monday, tinting friendl. and Mre.Frank Kaddnoa Tiaitidgfrienda in Daluth. fyfluadttnr Hedetrom left' yesterday fnormngfor a bnsmeartrip to Duluth. g!|Ed- Stereing and J. E. Onldna war# among: the traiwientg during the, week. Walter Q. Dexfey andltyeleon Weet of Pigeon River Was here the first of the r,m *&..-•« ThoarWood aid Tho^fomky #He in from the woods on Monday for snp- Ohria Johheon want' to Dulath on the Bon. Ana Wednesday for a cookie of week* etay. VThe tog Myatio, of Duluth, with a aoow, came in for ahelter during the blow last Monday. Ofaaae Fonger came in from Gun Flint' Thursday." Mr. Fonger has bean living on hia claim for seven rears. fp W. T. Sims and J. J. Stone of Duluth. wax* here a couple of daya this week. Mr. Sims represents, the Swift Packing Co. v"_ W$i Bam Howe, who spent the winter i...

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. — 2 June 1900

I 4 &}V |^Seldoi m* a'M, A- 1 SK" &kr1i $m 'kite '.1SJ sJ, I Ik it 1tJ?i -tor Vf iW ti Hie Woit'Approve^ sola—The Novelty of the BeaiOn Jb 'a Our 'Cooklng School 1 iMg- 4' tr Home tlie* Co [Kate Putnam Qsgoode,\rh5 teATiatl'vi n'tAliuted^tta'lSsjpee^ of Preyfcur^, He.,'-at to HarpQr's -^IagrazIne for iMa^chv11865,] Ma we patently iouowea tnei^ souer yfM The merry whistle for once was still, .* tei^Vnd5 something, shadowedv,bis -.sunny «*e*- &(frt lie never could ret his youngstfer ga. '3! Two sAready wer$, lying dead. *f'" &fter the: ev^riitiif -v^ork wa^^o^l, «}Mt And the frogs were loud la th& meadow swamp, v\v- f'V^rVlA Over-hia shoulder he aluhg Ms ®un,•• "Aijd stealthily followed the 'footpath I *MV3M With resolute heart and purpose grim, Though cold was the dew tovthe hurrying "l feet, i« Wsfef.v|j&waBA.tt4 .the Mind bat's^flitting ^tartled him. $ Thrice since theta had" the lane bgen white :J "$ And the orchards sweet" with apple .!' And now, when the ...

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. — 2 June 1900

V* uV Mi^ 1 4 ff iHj DAN. GROSVENdR SAYS Penma Is aaJ&ciilent Spring Catarrh Bemedy—1 am as *. Jtf M. :, Hon. Dan. A. Gros'venor, ot the famous Ohio Family. Hon. Dan. A. Grosverior, Deputy Auditor for the Y/ar Department, In a letter written from Washington, D. C.f •ays: "Allow me to express my gratitude to you tor the benefit (derived from one bottle of Peru no. One week ha* brought wonderful changes and I am aow as wett as ever. Besides being one of the very best spring tonics it is an excellent catarrh remedy." Very respectfully, Dan A, Qrosveaor, Hal P. Denton, Chief-National Ex­ port Exposition, Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "I was completely run dowsn from overwork and the responsibility naturally connected'with-the exploita­ tion- of a great International exposi­ tion. My physician recommended an extended vacation." When' life seemed almost a burden I began taking Pe­ runa, and: with the use of the fifth bot­ tle I found myself in a normal condi­ tion. I have since enjoyed t...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 June 1900

& **5^ 1 AGRlCU^Rlifd. y^^ajH§^: Mr $ppNfe i$£iiBll% «od itom Soil 't*n^:^ Ileldtf SwtlMitani Viticulture wtl wmM ^ISP* mms Owi^oii Wmt«er Hemlock. & smooth' perennial, or itbree Arigust, gkftwtetfa. 'u- ". j-i •. ,'flte. tf^-Qragsn water hemlock 4 4 aad $ with straggling glaucous stems (a six feet high/ faxma, which compound spring directly- ^rasnf, white from the flowers, blooming in and fwfcfdt hat ^•cangpicttouBof a fleshy root, a muskrat-Hke .ffimhbBh.N consists of two very «ad characteristics odor, and distinct parta% The 'more these Is "tiie vvootsfaefc, which xf fns&aft Ions by vertical Is from one to six one or two thick, "Jfc cartoastgr and divided into numerous -rfcimterB by horizontal partitions. I This rootstock furnishes the bulk -tb» Goiaos. The pother portion root consists soitace of the soil, and send of p£ the of. solid, fleshy ivUch nta along fibers, on or Just under the off nu- mesaa* rootlets frOm beneath. The faotstack rota or dwindles .away al- ent...

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. — 9 June 1900

'If VOLUME IX. STATESMEN FISHERS. :wWSa iE''e-^": WHO ARE SKILLED ANGLERS. ||g ,p SENATORS .ft Flannel ,T^ There are many well-known states ,lnen in Washington, writes a corre­ spondent, who are ardent disciples .of rfflgK Issaak Walton., The opportunities for good fishing within a reasonable" dis tance of the national capital are abun­ dant.: %Two hours' ijun in a parlor car brings One to tie home of the vicious, courageous,, small-mouth black bass of the Shenandoah and the Potomac. -',M Shin Senator Fry® Wears In the Maine Wood*—Qnay Goes After Big Game—Amusing Anecdotes and The "Big Four"- among the congres­ sional fishermen are Senator Frye of Maine, the president pfro tempore of the senate Senator Davis of Minneso­ ta Senator Gear of Iqtwa, and Senator Quay of Pennsylvania. What they don't know about fishing is not worth learning, and what they have not told .about fishing is not worth hearing. Senator Frye is probably the most •consistent sportsman of the quartet. |He goes int...

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. — 9 June 1900

lii® 1M#: •M mm The source of many a large river is "tart-a small -spring&|$ an easy ^matter to take a cheer- 'M' ful view of the troubles of other peo pi! pie. I woman has she pp thinker _ir speaks,*! »£, Pyi ill Im $E8if It's foolish to worry about the things you can help or the things you can't. *VJ!ftKR239 rii to l»e a lightning thinks before she msuum- vv-hi A grate many men never pay wot thay owe too tharself, let alone .the det thay owe too otherze.—Grit. f' T&e Transvaal government has 25, 000,000 of bullion in Pretoria, and is said to be. coining SB^OOfysoveyeigns per •month.fl|.kj.j5'i\' sil- Uncle Sam's latest fashion tor dress­ ing 16-inch guns is a lose fitting steel' Jacket with a pressure. of flvetona to the square inch. Hope is a flatterer, but the most up­ right of all parasites, for she frequents the poor man's "hut, as well as the, pal­ ace of his superiors. Sum men are proud ov the fact that thay never dun anything too be proud ov, wile otherze are proud ...

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. — 9 June 1900

3- V? *,' (Washington ^Letter.)*^*-^' On account of the announcement of Admiral Dewey that he Is a candidate for the presidency the name of Mrs. Dewey has become talked of thrbugh out the world. Mrs. Dewey is no or­ dinary woman. Brer since, she .came to Washington as a girl of 18 she has Impressed' herself upon the social life Sonality, the capital. She has a strong per and an intelligence which fosters ambition. She is one of those $&f-r Bhe has not failed to show-her con-..' ttempt for small ambitions nor for the rweak and faltering ones. The result jhas been that Mrs. ^eWey has made jmany enemies in the social circles of. {Washington, but that goes without baying. Washington society is a (strange thing, anyway, and the Ameri­ can of "the provinces" has rather hard work to comprehend it. For instance, the other, day a hostess who was not well verged in all the "ins and outs" placed side by side at dinner the wife of the Austrian minister and the Mex­ ican ambassador. This goo...

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. — 9 June 1900

^'1? i' f. a i- 1 II 01 THE COOKXOIWTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOLOOOttTY. :*v •-)*.. CHRIS. MURPHY. Proprietor and Publisher. LARK H. CARUART, Editor. T6RMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERt S1TURMY, GifANP MARAIS. MINN.. JUNE 8,1900. COUNTY OFFICERS. 38ft# .forst District—F. Jackson Commissioners Second District—'.}. Olson a tf Auditor Treasurer Register of Deeds... Sheriff Judge of Probate.. .1 Attorney... Surveyor Coroner I Sup't. of Schools.! Third District—H. Ijjngelson .„.. Chris. Murphy -j.'r.'K.ChuB, J. Johnson C. H. Ciirhart .tv.J"...H. Gulbransen v'.P.Rindel i........ ,L. U. C. Titus John Morrison ... H. ft,. Jones Wm. tllqu'st Justices.... Geo.H. Durfee.C. H. Carhart MACCABEES. OOKMA TENT No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. \Visitiig tkuightB cordially weleonied. L,U.C TiTBs,J2om. & CHEIS. MUBPHY R. Rf )s"£i&Jh' s® Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.—Notice for Pub lication —United States Land Office. Duluth, Minn., May 12^1900. N...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 June 1900

rv. /i HAPEENI^qS. kfJSSNwp^f* Dr. H. D. Joneiiritttnt'ned W« from an extended, tripto Mesaba Range. H. Mayb&w and R. P. Paine were in |)ulntb itlendiog to business matters. Ool. Wm Golvill returned borne .Wed oeaday from a winter's etayat Red Wing Minn. ff| John EL Pinkertoi^the Tofteaesessor, was here tbe first of the week on oflioial business, Enumerater Bray, of the eastern dis­ trict of tbe ooanty was bere the first of the week. g* M. Oil)on ana Z. D. Goiwfell Were here tbis wtiek, they left for tbe woods again yesterday. Johtf Kin?, who represents Fletcher Bros, at the Thomas Mi|l at PorkJ^r, was here the first of the Week. #wL' O. A. Hokanson of Lntsen. was in town the first of the week be left for Daluth on the Dixon Tuesday.^"""\£ The County Cemmisnonera held a jiy, meeting yesterday at which a grext deal fp" of routine business was transacted. Miss Hilma Anderson is Yiritinjic! The Envoys of the South African Republic were in St. Paul on the 7th and a reception committ...

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. — 9 June 1900

SIR HARRY SMITH SIR BARTLE. FRtftt Sir John Charles Molento, who gave '•his name to the African coal mining 'district called Molento, was born in London early in the century, and went :OUt to the Cape in 1831. There he jtook part in the relief °f Blockdrift 'during the Kaffir war of 1846 a,nd was a member of the first Cape government eight years later. He afterwards serv­ ed as colonial secretary and as pre­ mier, receiving his title four years be­ fore his death, which took place in 1886. Colenso gets its name from Bishop Colenso, one of the most interesting ecclesiastical figures of the nineteenth century. As a,theologian his origin­ ality of thought causey him to be look* ed upon with disfavor by many of his 'church brethren in England. As a ^mathematician, however,his researches were both profound and valuable, and jas a publicist he was usually to be found on the side of the conservative thinkers. Many years of devoted labor as bishop of Natal caused even his en­ emies to respe...

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. — 9 June 1900

-Sfe: -/Twi?- $ 5'' IV FOR STGAMGft SERVANTS. Tips tar These* Xwt Be Added to the Expenie Accounta of Visitors to Paris Next Summer. The large number of persons with moderate means who intend to visit the Paris exposition during the coming summer wijl have an important item to add tox their expenses, which is riot, included in ,the programmes of the tourist agencies, and that is the stew­ ards' fees on the Atlantic steamers. These tips have grown so during the the last ten years of heavy Atlantic travel that a regular tariff has been fixed and recognized by passengers. Bedroom steward, $2,50 saloon waiter, extra $2,50 librarian,. 50 cents, bath attendant, SI smoking room, $1 deck steward, §1 and the boots, 50 cents, making an extra outlay of $8,50 on each passenger, which is the same as one' would give on a thirty days' voya­ ge to Australia. The stewards on all lines get, on an average, $16 per month, out of which they have to pay for uniform, washing and support their wives and fa...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 June 1900

4* A 51 fM MATTERS OP INTEREST^TQ QRICUl-TU RiSTS. trp-to-D»U Hlatv^Abottt Cul­ tivation i•' of tha'f^Soit and •, Ylelli th«no(—Horticulture Vltlcalture (tpd •"lorlcaltare. ':v 1:^••' The scientific name is Harrisima Americana. The caterpillar is quite 4estructive~ to the foliage of the grapevine. The eggs are deposited In. clusters of 20 or more._ The cater­ pillars of the Procris do not scatter «fter leaving the eggs, but feed side by flUe on the under side of the leaf, tbeir heads all directed towards the margin of the same. These little black «nd yellow insects eat at first only the soft tissues of the foliage, leaving the fine net-work of veins untouched Irat as they grow older and stronger all but the large veins are eaten. The V"' 1 1 1 iv*w -i M| caterpillars reach their August, and measure at Wx *fc4 full Size In that time about six-tenths of an, inch. The little moth is a bluish or green­ ish-black color. It has very narrow Wtogs, which expand nearly an inch across, and fl...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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