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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 July 1900

VOLUME H'iRuth, jiXj A&qt. 1 lil©® (V I 1 --4 w§ I ypft5» JOAN-s?5p»iisl I INEXPERIENCE.! wt fr'S-fr'fr •W"S*'l"I' •!••£•••$••£• -I"!' 'l« Ruth,, it's important I'mot -ybtt—" from (the further side of my Iiad rescued to devote the mom- |SJP|r 3ng to study,, i&ut, mother 'being on the $$**'continent, I ffelt a certain res^onsafoil A* -'Ity for ray beautiful younger sifter. I -The "impHTtant" decided me. "Whatfeiit?" I asked, as she entered the room. "You'll "never guess. Lord Avon mouth has proposed." "But "you .haven't accepted *hrm S asked, Tearful that inexperienced Joan should trust her life to the man with the worst reputation in- th.e county.'M "Why not?" "You don't know anything about him!" "Don't I? He's the most charming man I ever met, and I certatnly said 'yes."'" "What will mother say?* I asked, as Joan, not at all discomfited at my cool reception of her news, left the room, humming the refrain of a song. -v Perplexed with the situation that had suddenly arisen, I...

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. — 21 July 1900

Jf^The Croton dam strike cost the state of New^York $100,000. The walk­ ing delegates may sooner or later arouse the latent indignation of the patient taxpayer. .W| Coffee, the drink more highly re-' garded today than any other, was first ft usei in Abyssinia in 1875. A Greek first introduced it to England and made himself famous by the act. A" man was arrested for making a silly speech in the national house of $s representatives the other day, but that was because he made it from the gal­ lery, instead of the floor of the house. The death of Cross -the Liverpool animal dealer, removes the most ex­ tensive procurer of wild animals of modern times. He was the first to iti troduce rare beasts into European -menageries. The shear trust, organized two years ago with good financial backing, has given up the ghost, its stockholders losing almost every dollar. It is evident that in this case at least the shearers were among the shorn. The path in front of a bicycle is cleared of substances...

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. — 21 July 1900

I A •i* VI*" Spv W- 5# "STIFF. POKER. GAME. LED TO MISUNDERSTANDING $8$ AND TRAGEDY. Quarreled Om the Rales i&t the Play and One Mm Had HU Bye Oat While the Other Was Pieces.SlBlIi Oongcd Cat to The man who sits into a game of poker in a strange regionwithout first understanding the rules of the game "is liable to get into troutye, says an old, Californian. For there's a lot of different kinds of: poker, played in this country and the worst Of it is that the man who plays the kind of game he was raised on in his- own section of the country is always blind to the beauties of the entirely different game that he drifts into when he gets away 'from his own neck o' the woods. I once saw a game of poker that re­ sulted pretty seriously for two play­ ers on account of the lack of under­ standing betwewen them before the game started as to just what the •hands were worth. It was in Vallejo, back in '69, and Vallejo was then a red-hot town. I was in Ned Car baugh's big Vallejo faro ihill...

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 July 1900

4t THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER 0! COOK COUNTY. CHRIS, MURPHY: Proprietor and Publisher CLARK H. CARHART. Editor. ^v TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. .Slit PUBLISHED EYBRY SATURDAY. g^| GRAND MA»RAI8. MINN.. JULY 21,1900. ,VJF 1C00K CODHTY DIRECTORY: COUNTY OFFICERS.- Commissioners .. .FirstDistrict—F. Jackson s-{ Second District—W Olson' is E el so ........... .....Ohris. Murphy Auditor.,^... Treasurer Register of Deeds. Sheriff. .... udge of Probate.. Attorney.„ ^.... Surveyor.. .'. Coroner............ Sup't.of Schools,.. Justices......... SSI Choi. J. Johnson .....V»'.v:'. -s...T..C. H. Oarhart '... v.H. Gulbransen ?..'• .p. Rindel .L. U. C. TitSs :V. ..John Morrison ..........,...*£..,H. D. Jones Wm. Ellqu'st .Geo, H. Durfee accabees. OGEMA TENT No.-98.—Regular reviews held every second-and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. Trrua, Com. CHKXS. MCBPHY B. K. Timber Land, Act one 3, 1878,—Notice for Pub­ lication.—United States Land Office, 1 ul...

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. — 21 July 1900

3 ffiA J*'n -J if* II I 1 1 HAPPENINGS |f'k C. J. Johnsbh and G. H. Mayhew went to Lutsen today. j.'-* H. Maybe# madea ^Duluth daring the week. T. W. Mayhew ia attending ^bus *f^inesa matters in Daltitb. Mr. and Mrs,. B. L. Miles, of St. Pan), •were here during the week. The Bon A.mi went to Book. Harbor on Isle Boyale last Tuesday. Mrs. Andrew Olauson and two daugh ters are here for a few weeks outing.* The Dixon and Bon Ami met at the ^Jsjeo trance of the harbor Thursday even- J®** mmmmasmm: F. Howenstine is here looking up i"3, *j.. ^gjnepg matters pertaining to his inter* here. Peter Gagnon of Grand Portage was a passenger on the Bon Ami Wednesday, bound for Dulnth. Miss M. W. Earhart, who has been •isiting Mrs. Jones, l*ft for Uajuth on the Dixon last Tuesday. Erail Eliasen visitfd with friends here until Tuesday morning when he left for a business trip to Dnlnth. Dr. T. J. Titoomb was here last Mon­ day. Kirby Jones accompanied him to Isle Royale Monday night. Col. Paine has a...

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. — 21 July 1900

W. CHAPTER n.—fCONTIKUKD.V She had kept her heart alive upon nothing else for eight: years—rdreams of home, and lovei and appreciation of ^liberty to speak out what she had 'never lisped since her mother diejl, and •^s^s'of being once again, joyously and with out reserve herself. There are no "harder specters to lay than these same jdreama. Memories, however dear and ••ry sacred, are more easily forgotten or dismissed, or smothered by the growth ©f later ones. If she bade them fare iwell now, it was for a lifetime. "A lifetime!" she repeated, shivering with a sick chill, and crouching lower over the register. "Maybe ten*, maybe twenty—who knows but forty years? It Is a tedious slumber of one's heart, and a loveless marriage is a loathsome sep ulcher for one's better and r^al self. A lifetime! and I can have but one! But one! If this step should be ruin and misery, there can be no redemption this side of the grave. His grave, per­ haps—just as probably mine!" To-night, this very hour...

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. — 21 July 1900

K. A J* 1 Rf HOW MILLIONAIRES QET EVEN IEN '•'X Vwo Instances Where They Spent For­ tunes to Wipe Out Real or Fancied Wrongs—The Case of Citizen' Train— a Hotel and Ban Other Oatj|gj| f" A& genferttl rule It t6 •l^'have trouble with millionaires. This Jfv, brought to mind by the relations -j1 between Millionaire W. S. Stratton i. and Maxey Tabor in Denver. Mr. Stratton Is the gentleman who discov »i ored »thfc Independence mind at Vic -J Iot, Col., and made a "boom" mining camp out of th'e place. Since then his jw men have been taking silver and gold J|! and t)thBr 'dross out of the hole in the Sronnd-at a rate-of speed which makes UW the average tenderfoot dizzy, and most l&lji of it "has been credited to the account 'V of Mr. Stratton in various banks. He also dug 'into the good things at Crip­ ple CreeTc to the enlargement of his fortune, and, taking everything into consideration, it is generally conceded that Mr. Stratton is fixed to keep a whole pack of wolves away from...

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. — 21 July 1900

j? wsw I w# .r,: y- i/' In the mountains west of the big gorge lived the tribe of Cappa Tom, 'and the chieftain of the tribe, Singing l|p^"' Water, was proud of his 500 braves, RV^who were tall and lithe and strong and mighty huntsmen and he was proud of the buxom, squaws and the fat papooses in the mountain camp. No enemy in the region for a hundred leagues about dared give battle to Singing Water, for the fame of his braves had spread even to the great forest on the north and the marsh lands on the south. •. Once upon a time, so the legend says, Singing Water found among the children in the tepees a poor little papoose, a shrunken diminutive dwarf ^child, of whom the other Indian boys made sport and forbade him their amusement so "Little Injin" would sit cross-legged apart from his fellows, and watch them at play. Chief Singing Water sent for him one day, and to the trembling, shrink­ ing, little figure before him he grunted ...words of disapproval,and with a frown on his face he ...

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. — 4 August 1900

•s In a county in southern Illinois and less, than a decade ago there still re­ mained a rural section which the peo­ ple in the towns designated as the "jungle," a term of contumely handed down from a period when this portion of the county was isolated by impassa­ ble roads and covered with dense tim^ bers. The "jungle" fell behind in the march of progress.' The farm wagon conveyed the family to church on Sun­ days when the. people on the prairie rode in "spring wagons" or owned buggies. There was one prevailing style of architecture, which is still' frequently seen, the square log house with one room and a boxed-up kitchen at the side. The lights streaming through the one small window showed such decorations on the walls as a shotgun and rifle, the horn powder flask and hunting pouch, and trophies of the hunt, while on winter evenings the glow­ ing firelight from the cavernous fireplace threw shadows in and out among the festoons of onions, a dried pumpkin, and "middlins" suspende...

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. — 4 August 1900

^y*'* ttpgyi tecs \®«£c s'-wcsesw rfi wm tei GRAND MARIAS,,p&$MINNESOTA. {s#?^ Lillian Russell indignantly 'deniei tha^ she Is A very large attendance has charac­ terized the Paris exposition ever sincf the formal opening. The American at­ tendance is much larger than was an­ ticipated. President Loubet of the fu French Republic, attends every dedica tlon made necessary by the delayed completion and throwing open to the public of the various buildings. Th? two palaces of fine arts were opened. ^Wlth pictures 'by several hundred Am ericarf artists prominently displayed. f£BSHcan, ^^t^^ave fine^ dis­ play, while architects, enslavers, miniature painters have a separate section. It is claimed that America excels in all the arts except sculpture.. It is well known that Mrs. Emmons Blaine has made munificent provisior for establishing t£e Chicago Institute with the twofold object of providing Ideal educational conditions from kindergarten to college and offering tr teachers the best ...

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. — 4 August 1900

Wl Ji* f* ,* '& *L 1 & ft If fet' -kV I •f I ft It is a cuttous' commentary on Im-* man nature that, \f hiternfea siioqld «ert their kiAd and fight the battles of savages against civilization. Y6t in­ stances of that kind are very common. •In nine cases out of ten these desert­ ers from civilization adopt all'1 the worst \Vices and savagery of the people among whom they, cast their lot and -vie in surpassing them in cruelty* a*nd devittry, says a writer. In Cochin •China, where the French haye for 'nearly twenty years been carrying,.on. a relentless warfare against the blood­ thirsty pira^fe wh3 ifcfest the -coasts,* an a naval and military forces -every now :and again discover that the piratfe chiefs whom they succeeded in captur­ ing are European renegades, some­ times Frenchmen I remember in par­ ticular .tfiecase^e$ a man of,the* name of CussStde* who was shot at: HandiZon the occasion of my visit there, and who, .having .deserted from the French army, had become one of ...

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. — 4 August 1900

& te: MP i: Ifr •W •&\V: ~¥r fk mtm. MfUpMIY. frwsrtiibl Mi PfcMtsker. H. tABI^HT. Editor. TERMS, *1.00 A YEAR I* AOVANC* PUBLISHED ET£RI SITUBD1T, Pl(!0DHTY DIRECTORY, COUNTY OFFICERS. .. .First District--P. Jackson ..Second District—Q. Olson CoramiWioners l.ri He names as witnesses: William Howenstine and Martell Cloud of Grand Maraie, Minn. and .Peter Anton Lund, Thi«yias Duffy and Fred Nelson of West Superior Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 16th day of Angust 1900, WK. BrR.ilohii8dn.Atty. 6-2 1 ''y 11 ^Imbsf'IaRnri, Act June 3,1878.—Notice for Pub Scation —United States Land Office, Duluth, -^Unn., May 8,1900. \WMf Notice is hereby riven that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, J,'?' 1878, entitled "An act for the tale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon.Nevada and Washington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land St...

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. — 4 August 1900

i* 4 A ~T \V MVM It. Mttrjhy wa»fc1» Dttl«th Thtfrsday night ftra,:*j«* *v »$%«. last Monday night John Banaoft«im down Mias BOM Harphy, of Wool Dnluth, ia visiting with Anditor Murphy and family. County Attorney Titus returnedhome from abuaineaa trip to Duluth Thursday «vening. The tug Dowling, with MOW, loaded the balanoa of the LeGanlt tiaa laat Tuesday. O. O. Monlesr and Gnat Olson of Maple Hill went to Duluth on the' Dixon Thursday night. J. BLCKlmore completed his work here this wodtand returned to Dulath by the Dixon Thapsdiy* .Mrs. J. Hector and family left Thftrsdsy night after an outing of se?er» al weeka at thia place. M. Dillon and Z. D, Goodell left for Duluth Thursday night, having com­ pleted their work heM. Feputy Public Examiner Koerner waa here laat Thursday, looking over the accounts of the county. V. H. Heath and A. S. Carlson, of Holland, were on the Dixon Monday night, bound for Duluth. O. J. Johnson and C. H. Oarhart left by the Dixon Thursday to attend to bus...

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. — 4 August 1900

jsiri $ tJ j®-r. "3" ,Vf CHAPTER V. DON'T understand how you happened to cross'tHat rough, mountain, in your, route from sthe de- t^\ pot," said the elder brother, iyhen the family assembled that evening for •what Miss Field al­ ways denominated. a "sociable, old- fashioned tea," which, in the country was^. served at the town dinner hour. "Coald^ypu obtain no conveyance at the station?" "Isfoperrunless I chose to wait sev­ eral! hou^fc S.urmising at once that tiif tetter Txaa nbf'jgrrived in season to no tify y?ou off my coining,. I-left',my bag gag§ .in *$arge of the station master ».nd set out on foot. I pleased myseTf when I was here two years ago with surveying an air line between your house aid the nearest point oMh^jffe.il'-j road. If one does not mind some pretty steep hills, he carf save at^least. two miles by availing himself of -my- topo­ graph icaksjcill. It was a pleasant va­ riety to me, after six hours inra narrow car se&'t, to stretch my limbs over the rocky pass ...

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. — 4 August 1900

it «!&»* 'I & fill iPfe Mte#/,{ -iSfcUS. For farce and melodrama it is not necessary to make a visit to a vaude j. ville house, for, strange as it may seem, the choicest comedy is often en­ acted in the courts and pathos is an almost invariable accompaniment -of the story told by those seeking satis­ faction at th6 bar of justice. Im agination cannot conjure up more ludi crous absurdities than are brought every ,day in plain, straightforward accounts of family jars. One woman asks release from her husband because, he belongs to too many clubs. An­ other demands separation because her husband won't "take Ker places'' and buy ice cream for her, as he did when he came courting. A husband13 sues his wife for whipping him, and a sec ond objects to his spouse's sleeping with a razor under her pillow. The funniest divorce case of the past few weeks occurred in Kansas City the other day, when Mrs. Emma Murphy sought separation from her husband, J. R. Murphy. By the testimony of two ...

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. — 4 August 1900

W' 1. ife FABM GARDEN. MATTER^1 OF INTEREST TO llf5' AGRICULTURISTS. •ome Cp-to-Date Hint* About Cui- tlnUon ot th« Soli and Yields |*her«of—Horticaltur*, Viticulture und orlculture. /Hw® $ f&!Xc %)A fruit '-and vegetable growers' as isp *ciatlott has been. formed in Dela i|ra -'fare^ It starts out with the intention '•haYJng fruit put on the market in a condition that will make the people trust it on appearance. On each pack ^•1 age of fruit will be the legend, "The J*£ contents of this package are guaran teed to be as good all through as on top." If this is carried out it will force reforms by other growers, and the trade in fruit will be stimulated.: Dishonest packing is today largely re­ sponsible for the small sales of fruit In certain great markets compared with what they might be. it is predicted that pineapples will be very scarce this year. The annual crop is said to be abotit 50,000,000 ap­ ples, and to come largely from Cuba Und partly from Florida. The Florida crop h...

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. — 11 August 1900

I New Summer Ui^erle. ']lt is by the choice of her •underlineni »rid the taste and care expended on ^the details of th.es toilet !tb&t a really -elegant woman is distioguished. This Elegance need not necessarily assert "itself by a profusion tal "fluffy lac© "flounces or extravagant 'embroideries. "When one knows how. tio 'select ju liciously one can have pretty fine' :3$nen, TTVtell i\ r' cut out aad very simple, and easily ironed, at prices -within a, ^moderate income. Of course, if there is no necessity, to "eoiuxt tihe pennies," "there is practically no "limit to the lovely things one can "biiy, linens and laces so exquisitely dainty and fine "that they can almost, lake the princess* magic frock, slip thrcmgh a wedding Ting. Certainly the -new undergar­ ments shown in the shops are, as a whole, beautiful to looSk 'iipon, and an irresistible temptation ifor .-all women who. are truly feminizre "fin'd this de­ partment fascinating at "all'times,-and never more so than now. Fin...

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. — 11 August 1900

•PP Ife w, |fA,. j§ I- l£rv GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA, a repo/t on the bubonic plague nas been issued by the government of Bombay, which states that the ob­ servations of the medical staff go to show that 70 per cent-of the seizures terminate fatally also that bacteri­ ology, so far, has not resulted in the discovery of any cure for the disease. •:t Photographic observations of the re­ sent total eclipse of the sua will cer­ tainly prove far more satisfactory and valuable than any hitherto obtained. On no previous occasion has the scien­ tific outfit for picture-making been anything like so complete,and .the pub-: lication of prints from the nejgatives secured by the Smithsonian institution with the aid of its gigantic camera, «et up at Wadesboro, N. C., in the track of the moon's shadow, is awaited •with eagerness by astronomers. An official report from Rome shows ns how the citizens o( the various countries compare with each other in the matter of letter-writing. England leads the v...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 August 1900

J.: •?. Asia's Gre&tSlnk-Hnlea. I While Asia has the loftiest mount $ lins in the world, it also possesses the y^ tteepest and most extensive land de­ gressions, several of them, as is well known, sinking below searlevel, so ,that if the ocean could flow into them ,y they would he filled to the brim. In the deepest parts of most of them waiter now stands, forming small seas. :^sv 4/ Others are destitute of water. Among these is the Lukchum depression in Central Asia, concerning which Gen­ eral Tillo writes, in the "Proceedings of the Russian Geographical Society," that in places it sinks, as much as 400 feet below sea-level/ This sink-hole in the middle of the largest of the con­ tinents is also remarkable for its me* teorogical features, the yearly ampli­ tudes of the barometer being greater than are recorded anywhere else on earth. In summer the temperature rises to Saharan heat, a record of 118 degrees Fahrenheit having been ob­ tained in July, while the air is of des­ ert dr...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 August 1900

*y 'if. IS"' f*,- $$*. A"*'.' THE COOK COUNIY HERiU.lt, iK JFM1L PiPER OF COOK COUHTY.*,v-' '±6. CHR& MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHAfcT, Editor. TERH*S* $1.00A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATUBPAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINK.. AUG. 11,1000. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICER8. Commissioners Justices g[ .. .First District—F. Jackson .. .Second District—G. Olson .Third District—H.Engelson .....Chris. Murphy .........Chas. J. Johnson .... ...... .C. H. Carhart ii: Auditor...... ...... Treasurer.: Register of Deeds.. Sheriff..... Judge of Probate.., Attorney Surveyor.. Coroner...."...,.... Sup't. of Schools... CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. W' &'• 'f *&• KK H. Gulbransen ........ P. Bindel .L. tJ. O. Titus .John Morrison H. D. Jones Wm. Ellqulst .Geo.H. Durfee MACCABEES. OGEMA TKNT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. TJ. 5. TITUS, Com. Timber Land. Act June 3,1878.—Notice for Pub­ lication.—United Stat...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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