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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 June 1900

V* llpi le HAPPENINGS. .. 'Hisa Ella Mayhew is in Dulnth visit­ ing friend*^ flf Enumerator Kelson completed hia work here last Monday. H. D. and Kirby Jontia returned from Dulnth Um first of the week.f& Auditor Murphy and family returned from St. Panl on Sunday boat. The infant ohild of Mr. and MML t)om inik Peterson died last Monday morning. The publisher is in Dnluth on business |g end the editor is in St. Paul on politics. Nick Omming and Peter Young o? Dnluth are working in the pine north of "Mjiew. eSSS^' fil^The Women's Club held its regnlar meeting on Wednesday and eleoted officers^ .j |Jf Andrew Lindblool, Frank Widell and "N. J. Fryberg of New Dnluth were in town the first part of the week Andrew Larson announced this week that his new hotel, The North Shore House, is ready for the -accommodation o( the pubtife. A. J. Mussellof Bayfield, Wis., arrived ouWednepday on the tug Raalte. Mr. Mussell isextensivsly interested'in Cook county timber. 'v M. O. Havig of Hovland sp...

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. — 30 June 1900

fp wm. ii^SV 1% M:' $®?V Phey are enray with the/gray. ofages^. Borrowed, and begged And sold •*humb-marked of saints and sag^-VV^1/ In the scholarly days ot old. •'/j1 fetose leaves preat. for a lover ?JV^- •& Rest tn their pages dim, .Though silent centuries cover -All that is left of him. And I feel In the library's' shadows, With this ghostly company, The breath of forgotten meadows And the centuries over me! Paint on the. library floor. tit'i v,"JW And when twilight bells are calling— When the day with its strifes is o'er— Th^re ^re ghostly footsteps., falling ,, %.'•• "4. "Singers, and saints and sage's— ••is:: In the fame of a name we trust, But time will cover our 'pages, .•:• As even our tombs, with dust. :&r: 1 Cor here* in the library shadows, .",4 Where the famed and: tameless be, .l .roam in forgotten "meadows, With the centuries ov^r mel /i ', —From the Atlanta Constitution. THE ESCAPE. For twenty years the town of St. Johns had taken the .drudgery of Miss Mart...

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. — 30 June 1900

4 IM mm PI #£?,! W£: MK 1 I \f Bhe—Why didn't you answer my letter? He—I never received it. She—You didn't? He—No and besides, It was writ­ ten in such a peculiar hand I couldn't tnake out more than half of it.—Oath tile Standard and Times. More men give according to their •leanness than according 1 to their means. 1 11 To any neciy mortal suffering from bowel troubles ahi too poor to boy Sterling Remedy Compaxiy» Chicago "The only Sarsaparilla made under the personal supervision of three graduates a graduate in pharmacy, a graduate in chemistry, and a graduate in medicine." $1.00 a bottle. All druggists. "1 am perfectly confident that Ayer's Sarsaparilla and Pills have saved my life by taking them every fall and spring. I have kept them in the house for the past twenty years."—EVA If an air-ship isn't flighty, the ventor of it is very apt to be.' fT violence, but act as a tonic on the whole 30 feet of bowel wall, strengthen the muscles and restore healthy, natural action—buy them a...

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. — 30 June 1900

life FARM GABDEN. MATTERS|goi*JJ INTEREST ^AGRICULTURISTS. |f Some Cp-to-Dat« ip$#remaining TO tivation of tin Soil and Tleldm Thereof—Horticulture, Viticulture tud floriculture. 'ipii., .aa HP® In the winter wheat, report for Illi only the central and southern counties are involved, as but little is ^'fi&ovrn in the northern part of the state. Fifty per cent of ,th* returns show that condition is good and of the 50 per cent two-thirds .indi- »|^iv'*cate fair condition. Four correspond "i5ents in the central part of the state »vand six in the southern report damage by Hessian fly. Although crops are not suffering, about half our correr spondents state that the ground is dry and rain will soon be needed. The 'other 50 per cent report moisture abundant and in a few counties, nota bly Livingston, Massac and Iroquois, "there has been too much rain to suit the farmers. Winter wheat in Indiana was badly froxsn out and its' condition Is very poor. In most localities it does not promise...

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 July 1900

a?" "A, 5)- I ^Ot only to every nook and corner *the vast empire of Russia has the •'Some of John iGronstadt spread, but it has reached itoe outside world, and 't&ere are few -places where his name is 'Mot known. SHe is a Russian who is Relieved by Ihe 'Russians to have the spower of working miracles and who ^evidently beBieves himself that he has such a power. He has made Cronstadt -a place of pilgrimage for the lame and the lazy, the afflicted in mind, body and estate of all Russia. The peasants in their foul-smelling dresses of skin, their dirt, disease and laziness, throng the city, much to the disgust of the regular dwellers there. From the shores of the' Arctic and the Pacific oceans, and from the shores of the Cl WM. John of Cronstadt Mas Thousands of Deluded followers in Russia. Black Sea and from the borders of Asiatic khanates the pilgrims flock to get a glimpse of Father John, as he is called, he being an ordained minis ter of the Russian Greek church, to partake of h...

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 July 1900

A husband waiting for his wife at a bargain sale is about the cheapest thing in sight With the opening of the presidential campaign this country will probably experience another natural gas boom, Three robbers who went into a Chi­ cago house "in the guise of constables" seem to have had a very low taste and to be lacking in all professional ethics. Chicago thugs who took $15 from a market gardener after he had lost $10 at a game of dice probably played a surer thing with the rest of the money. Judging from the senate debates on armor plate, the new shell that will penetrate eighteen inches of Harvey ized steel has had no effect on sen­ atorial skulls. Mount Lassen, near Red Bluff, Ca.1., Is said to be rumbling ominously. The peak should be searched closely some vice-presidential possibility may be up there, communing with himself. Lord Roberts says he has received "a most cheery" telegram from Col. Ba den-Powell, the defender of Mafeking. The mule ragout, with rashers of fried cat, ...

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. — 7 July 1900

rr Curious Side Shows a Bar Every (Paris Letter.) The"M3dway Plaisance is dead—long live the Midway Plaisance I When the (original street of Cairo was in its hey iday the, Paris life of amusement still 'depended -on the night. The Moulin Rouge and the Cafe American were I the height of chic, and the gayety of |the fair was of the old-style Frenchi Iness. The bicycle, the automobile and the new life of "sport" changed all :that, and the Midway Plaisance of the exhibition is strikingly different from the old street where the weird ca­ dences of the danse du ventre first burst upon the world. In the old Jar din de Paris the "fin de siecle dance," •with Rayon d'Or, La Melenite, La iMome Fromage and La Goulue, waved its lace-edged petticoats as the last gesture of the dying century. Helas! the fin de siecle dance itself is dead, lend its divinities have grows stout end heavy. The Midway Plaisance is as amusing as ever, only it has chang­ ed. It has grown soberer.—outwardly. We, who have ...

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 July 1900

lift sk rap Mi?. iits IP gjXHE COOKCOUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COOWT.^ CHfilS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS, MINN.. JULY 7,1000. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. I: Commissioners ... .First District—F. Jackson Second District—(}. Olson .Third District—H. Engelson .v.-. .... .Chris. Murphy ...Chas. J. Johnsow ..... ...-.C. II. Carhart ..... .....H. Gulbransen .. .. .P. Hindei ... .L. TJ. O. Titus .John Morrison Auditor.^.,.. .... Treasurer.. ...... Register of Deeds. Sheriff...// Judge of Probate. Attorney...' Surveyor^..'* ^Coroner.,./. Sup't. of Schools.. Justices.... H. D, Jones ................„ Wm. Ellquist Geo, H. Durfee, O. H. Car hart MACCABEES. OGEMA TENT No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. Timber Land, Act June 3 -1878.—Notice for Pub­ lication —United S...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 July 1900

r\ W 'CTA-..^ W4f #/•*, ,1 vftB HAPPENINQSi Dan MoDonangh Was &Dultf|li*bound passenger on the Dildh Tuesday. Olans Jacobson, of Hovland, trans* aoted business at the court house the first of the week. A. J* Scott had the misfortune 'to brake a bone in his left arm near the wrist on Monday evening. N.J. Bray and daughter of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Tues­ day on their way to Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. George Method left for their home in West Duluth Tuesday fetter a few days' visit with friends lb town. ,At a special term of probate court held at the court house this morning Gapt. A.. McEarland was appointed administrator of the estate of John A. McEarland. Prcf. and Mrs, Conway MaoMillen, Mr. -and Mrs. Heberd and Mr. Patterson and mother constituted a Minneapolis pafty that arrived here on Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGonagle, F. H. "White, Mr. and Mrs. Win. B. Spencer And Miss Earhart, all of Duluth, were guests of,Dr. and Mrs. Jones this week. With the editor...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 July 1900

ft HTEMS OF INTEREST AND MATRONS. A ,* A a Then take me, I'm all thine own. An important feature of the new thin gowns which must not be over­ looked is their sleeves. They appear in great variety, but the most fash ionable are the elbow sleeve, which appears with or without a cuff, but is generally finished with a frill of lace •or of chiffon wider at the back than it is at the front, and the new lin­ gerie sleeve, which is a sleeve which •ends just below the elbow. From this point there emerges a full undersleeve •of some thin fabric or light texture, •confined in a cuff or finished with a -ruffle. A Hint as to the Teeth. Sound teeth not only add to one -comfort, but they prevent disease. Many diseases of the eye, ear and cav­ ities of the head are traceable to un­ bound teeth, and there is not a disease to which the body is liable that is not aggravated by an unhealthy condition '©f the teeth. Eye diseases are espe­ cially common as the results of poor teeth. These affections may...

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. — 7 July 1900

at Antiquity of Familiar Tersaa.v^' The antiquity of familiar term* & surprising when It Is known. Many people are not aware that "What the dickens!" occurs in Shakespeare but fewer still will be prepared to hear that the phrase, "a regular shindy,'Ms found in an. author's note to a poem Called "The Popish Kingdcftnv'V pub­ lished in 1570. A writer in the Athe­ naeum quotes this note, which refers to the celebration of Maundy Thurs­ day: "Midnight services are held in church, the lights are put out, and a regular shindy follows, men being beaten and wounded."—London Globe. nnem Mrt »f Pstents !HH« but W«k tm Roithwcaten Invratsn. Theodore Burgett, Wtnthrop, Miniu, •craper George W. Bardla, €hokio, Minn., hitching device Eugene Jac juemin, Min-oeapolls, Mian., grata door Henry !Lenli®g, Gem, 43. D., five horse draft equalizer juraes E. Mar­ tin. Braddock. N. 3X, vending ma­ chine: Randolph JL Moulton, Minneap­ olis, Minn., grain distributor John Pearson, Minneapolis, Minn., safet...

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. — 7 July 1900

FARM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OP INTEREST TO VV AGRICULTURISTS. Son* Cp*to*D»t« Hints tlvation of the Soil Aboat Cul-' and Yields Thereof—Horticulture, Viticulture ud -4 «s» Vfc Floriculture* I "Winter Wheat Report. In the winter wheat report for Illi­ nois only the central and southern counties are involved, as but little is grown in the northern part of the state. Fifty per cent of the returns show that condition is. good and of the remaining 50 per cent two-thirds indi­ cate fair condition. Four correspond ents in tie central part of the state and six' in the southern report damage by Hessian fly. Although crops are not suffering, about half our corre­ spondents state that the ground is dry and rain will soon be needed. The other 50 per cent report moisture abundant and in a few counties, nota­ bly Livingston, Massac and Iroquois,, "there has been too much rain to suit the farmers. Winter wheat in Indiana was badly 'rozsn out and its condition is very poor. In most localities it does ...

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 July 1900

bl4' V* I I i-\ w: t'away HY, -hello, Geor­ gie,'* said Tom GaddiB. "Been out to get a little beef­ steak for your suf­ fering family?" "Did she say you could come up to •Ihe wicked club for .li minute, Georgie, ,J«ar taunted John Stroply. "Say.old man, whstt have you got in that -bundle? A pound of butter or a package of self-rising oatmeal? These family cares are terrible, eh„ Georgie?" Fred Atkinson smiled pityingly as he spoke. It was the first 'time George Hilton hadJ.been in the club since his mar­ riage six weeks ago. Before that "hap­ py'event," as the local newspapers had called it, he had been one of the club "regulars." The boys were all glad lo see him when he hurried in a little before 4 o'clock one afternoon last week, carrying a small package in his -hand. It was that bundle which prompted the (derisive questions which greeted him, and it lis with the strange ad­ ventures of'that bundle that this pain­ fully true'tale has to do. "It won't do -you fellows a bit of good...

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 July 1900

m: I -te Bi ma Ifc Sif MARIAS, «, MINNESOTA. An Unusual number of persons, lack­ ing in civic pride, are killing them •elves in Chicago just on the verge of census .taking. The United States navy is fong on Admirals and short on able seamen—a condition arising from the fact that ^admirals are made, while seamen have to is One of the senate^ committees is now (Investigating the alleged deleterious (action of alum as a constituent of bak­ ing powder, which was demonstrated many years ago in England. Small •mounts of alum improved the appear •nce' of bread made from inferior flour, 4ut the product was prejudicial to the jhealth of the consumers and its em­ ployment was prohibited by law. President McKinley lias sent to the senate,, a letter from Gen. Otis trans­ mitting a letter of Agtiifialdo's, dated «t Malolos, Jan. 17, 1899, warning Se nor Bonito- Legardo. to this effect: "I !beg you to leave Manila with your family and come here to Malolos, but .not because I wish to frighten you....

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. — 14 July 1900

"V-fr AAAAAa a a a a a a a A A A A J&J ""r«T EATRIQA AND THE IMM £$?% VENDER The snow flurries were blinding the eyes of the passing throng, but Pietro Btood valiantly at the curb, holding out his plaster images for sale. It seemed bitterly cold to the muffled, skiirrying crowd, but it was warm and balmy to Pietro. Though the hands which held out 'the little white image of the wing­ ed victory or a bust of Beethoven were blue and stiff, and the Harrow shoulders of the thin frame were dou­ bled together in an attitude of cringing subjection, yet the eyes of Pietro were looking far beyond the brilliant shops of Fifth avenue. In his imagination he was wandering in the Elysian fields with his Beatricia, where the sunlight gilded the meadows and the smile of nature shone everywhere. O valiant heart of Pietro! For two years now he had molded plaster casts and images and sold his wares on street corners and hoarded the meager gain to be able to get back to his Bea­ tricia. On the banks...

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. — 14 July 1900

K-' yr\ I" 'Ife. fifefe?#--*'- $M»V. IS&k.., •f/ I pTHE COOK COUNTY HERALDS JWWtt PAPER OF (WOK CtaY##: CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher :¥& CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. .$?' fa-:.' —•———"f. :^S V. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 2? WBU5HED EVERY SATURDAY. 'V T" *v. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. JULY 14,1990. ICOOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. A ••y- ...... First District—F.Jackson Commissioners ......SecondDistrict—G. Olson I .Third District—H.Engelson Auditor.vV.* Chris. Murphy Treasurer.. Chas, J'. Johnson Register of Deeds...... ............C. H. Oarbart Sheriff H. (jhilbranaen Judge of Probata ...„.......P. Rindel Attorney....i. .L.U. C. Titus Surveyor. ..John Morrison Coroner H. D. Jones Sup't. of Schoolsffm. Ellquist Justices... .Geo.H. Durfee, 0. H. Carhaft MACCABEES. OAUTA. TENTNO. 98.—Regular reviews held every seeond and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. CHBIS. MURPHY B. K. W' May Call on You. The.Iron Neva of Two Harbors edit­ orially says th...

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. — 14 July 1900

ti "T" HAPPENINGS. Miss Sarah Beatty, of Carlton, was bsr^ Thursday. M. Dillon and Z. D. Goodell were here during the week. Andrew Olson left on the Bon Ami Wednesday for Duluth. H. Mayhew and J2. W. Wakelin were the woods during the week. An informal dace will be given to ni«bt stthe Howenatine house, O. J. Johnson was in the western part -of the county the first ot the week. John Youug, who has been working near Tofte, was here daring the week. Three horses from the Sahlberg camp were shipped from here to Dninth on Thursday. The barge "Boot" passed here yester­ day with a load of ties from Big Bay, Ixmnd up. Hjalmer Wodahl left Wednesday for Dninth where he will attend sohool dar­ ing the summer. Warner & Williams, of Little Marais has bought the G. J. Johnson logs at Good Harbor Bay. Mrs. J. F. Hector and daughters, the Misses Stella and Pearl are vibiting with Treasurer Johnson. M. F. Bates, D. D„ D. A. and A: J. Me Conald, a party of Duluth land men, were here during the we...

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. — 14 July 1900

My 1 !?&•'•''••'* CHAPTER is a 1 a a thankless office to give advice 'in these matters," said Mrs. Charles Romaine, discreetly. "Your brother and I have decided not -to at­ tempt to influence you in any way, Constance not to bias your judgment favor of or against Mr. Withers. Yoy, •s the one most nearly Interested in jhe consequences -of your acceptance or refusal of his offer, should surely fee able to make up your mind how to 4reat it and him." "I should be, as you say," responded £he sister-in-law. "But I cannot." fihe was a handsome woman, in the prime of early maturity, whose face ribldom wore, in the presence of others, the perturbed expression that 'now be Sloomed it. "That does not affect the fact of your 4uty," answered Mrs. Romaine, with •considerable severity. "There are times ••ad circumstances in which vacillation *18 folly—criminal weakness. You have Icnown Mr. Withers long enough to "form a correct estimate of his charac­ ter. In mean^s and in reputation he is .'•...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 July 1900

UK %. 4 I '•I §**&? •E WHAT A TASK -IT IS.'"# hit *v %V- j\P yRnosrmooB 'Quantities of Supplies Mast jv"1 Be *Contantly Harried to the Men and -«an -Immense Amount of Labor Is Nar- 'p,v b—«y. t-,\ ". It is very probable that 90 people out of every 100 think of an army as a great aggregation of fighting men, •'firmed to -the teeth with rifles, swords .and what not while they never once give a thought to the "men in the rear." Yet these men in the rear are an important part of the fighting ma chine. v- When an army is encamped in a friendly country there is not .so great a difficulty in feeding it as when it ip penetrating hostle territory and has separated itself from its own country. And yet in eithejr case it is no light task to furnish and distribute the food that is to keep, say 30,000 stomachs satisfied and 30,000 hearts in the right place. This is the work of the com­ missary department.. When an army division or an army corps is encamped at home the prob­ lem of getting su...

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. — 14 July 1900

ft sC** If V'. Ttf tet- •ITIM f#k MM iFABM ANDjs GARDEN. MATTERS OP INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. \-k. vm Floriculture. ft-i Flortaultu & *r fA Come Cp-to-D»t« Hints About Cul tlvatlon of the ^Soll and Yields Thereof—Hortteultwrot Viticulture Mod Cow Fni. m-" •mmmm Probably no forage crop has attract­ ed more attention In recent years than ithe cow pea. It was slow in getting a foothold in public' esceem, but when that position was once obtained it ad­ vanced very rapidly in public favor. .This is largely due to the fact that the 'experiment stations took up the cow pea and investigated it. They found -it to be a very good plant for the col­ lection of nitrogen and its introduc­ es fcion into the soil. The farmers are now In close touch with the experiment sta­ tions and the value of the cow pea was pressed on the notice of the farmers wherever the pea can be successfully and safely grown. We do not hesitate to say that if we had no experiment stations the cow pea would be still s...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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