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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 September 1900

-f i. 4 3 Carl A. Hokanson,of Lutsen, waH here Monday. v%4 Gust Olson is attending ^o business matters Duluth. Mrs. Andrew Glausen is visiting friends in town. Mies Rose Murphy left Thursday for her, home in west Duluth. N. Probeck left for Gunflint Thursday, going by way of port Arthur. Kirby Jones left during the week for a visit with friends in Duluth. Mrs. James Johnson, of Fort William, was here the first of the week. Olof M. Fredriokson left on the Dixon Tuesday for a trip to Duluth. Sheriff Emil Nelson, of Two Harbors, was here the first of the week. Miss Maude Miller left on the Dixon Tuesday for her home in Duluth. Andrew and Eddi^ Tofte and Mr. Afiher, cf Tofte, are visiting friends here. Hans Engelson, of Tofte, was amongf those who mado us an enforced visit last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John R. McGiffert re­ turned to their home iu Duluth by the Dixon Thursday. George H. Mayhew returned from Gun Flint Thursday. He found some water along the route. C. F. Dearman, who has been...

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. — 15 September 1900

m:. 1m lllifei m- -m WMf- .BPI&* 'it'"- & .t •. HX-. it h--'.:: r^r V:r, 'n 'S &•- 0'^- p- i%Vl M-i: A. W' V8^t/ 8*/ 4 CHAPTER XII.—(CONTINUED.) 1 Constance looked up eagerly. "He "fcos done nothing and said nothing in­ consistent with honor and what he •owes you. The weaknesses all mine the folly, the madness and the suffer tug. He never thought of me except •a a sister. Surely his engagement .proves this." "What should your marriage have proved?" asked her husband, sarcas "tlcally. "it may be as you say. If I •believe it, it is not because you swear *t Is the truth. But I did not come 3»ere to waste time in reproaches Tfeere is but one way to put this scan­ dal down namely, to conduct ourselves 'as if we had never hgard of it. Of course, as soon as can be done without exciting remark, Edward must seek another home. Our removal to the country will afford a convenient op |ortunity for effecting this change. As 4o your reputation, I tfharge myself with the care of it from...

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. — 15 September 1900

4 I it is" *111 Being Made to the Indiana Mineral r'' 1 Springs (Indiana) Hotel kl AN OUTLAY OF $30,000. P^Cteotrth of Enterprise Representing FT. pendltnro of 8250,000—Success^ Xal Management of H. I* Kramer* Ten years ago the ground where the magnificent hotel property of the Indi­ ana Mineral Springs Company is locat ted at Indiana Mineral Springs, In I diana was wholly unimproved and al most a wilderness. Now, owing to the discovery of the valuable medicinal qualities of this springs and the heal­ ing virtue of the soil itself, together with the enterprise of Major H. L». Kramer, there is located there one qf tne finest sanitariums in the United States. The natural picturesque sur­ roundings have been made more at­ tractive and the hotel is a model of comfort and elegance. For the greater accommodation of guests who come in constantly increas Ing numbers from every section of the United States, arrangements have now been made for the enlargement of the hotel buildings. The contr...

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. — 15 September 1900

Sts Tbe Fish We Used to Catch. Oh, brothers of mine in the gentle art, Whose dearest prize is a-well-filled creel, Who know the thrill of the angler's heart When the lithe rod whips to the whirring reel A song I sing and a rhyme I bring Not of the pools where the salmon hatch, But a memory fond of the village pond, And the common fish we used to catch. The fish we caught in the golden haze Of the boyhood summers long ago, When our bare feet tripped through the grassy ways To the nook, where the lilies used to grow Where the sunbeams played through the willow's shade And danced as the soft breeze shook the tree, And the sound we heard was the song of bird Or the drowsy hum of the bumble bee. The fish we caught with the home­ made poles Our jack-knives cut from the slen­ der birch, And oh! the glory that filled our souls With each new shiner or wee red perch And when our fun, llEe the day, was done, And we heard the chorus the crick­ ets sing, We'd idly roam through the twilight home,...

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. — 22 September 1900

$ /i¥k 'P Prix i?v, Si YOLUME IX. *vc-,s «& v* 4 GAEJJEN. MATTERS -OP INTEREST AGRICULTURISTS. Tim Aohemnn SpWnt. Scientifically this is called Philam Ipelus achemon. The caterpillar of tMe moth frequently dev-aaass all the fol­ iage of the Virginia 'creepers, and -strips wliole canes of tthe grapeV Jin nurseries the damage is frequently very great, as one of the large cater­ pillars .can kill numerous young vines in a E&ort time. Hand-picking is in all coses the most satisfactory and simple remedy. The .full-grown (Cater­ pillar of this insect 4s usually found towards the latter part of August and early in September, it ip a large larva, measuring ahou$ four inches when crawling at rest It pleasures much less, as the first two smaller segments are partly withdrawn in ., the much larger third segment. The caterpillar varies in color ifroxn pale straw-color to reddish brown, ".the color ^growing darker and -deep-brown towards the under side. When this caterpillar is ready to ...

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. — 22 September 1900

GRAND MARIAS& fiiS? iJPi. & Millions havp been spent in civilize** ^countries in futile efforts to preserve •^.I'Srapes. The Chinese have known the' & eecret for many centuries and millions Ignore have been vainly used in the ef l^^ilort to drag from them the recipe,. E YA ?4 The king of Sweden and Norway is JkHoted as an admirable linguist. When ||?the Oriental congress" met at Sltock rf /iiolm some years ago, he addressed 'a.ihe assembled scholars in the lan 'Buages* of the nationalities to which ,'^jthey respectively belonged, and spoke -:%ith equal fluency in, English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Span- The most perplexed man hi Indiana si Is George Rogers of Richmond, who raises chickens for the market, and l'has over 300 of them. While feeding ..'"them the other day, one. of the fowls Hipped a $500 diamond from a ring on his finger, and then darted in among the .other 299 George doesn't know Which of the chickens gobbled his cost­ ly gem, and therefore he i...

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. — 22 September 1900

i' yr- «?.•* C»0{ ^iW 1 1 i'? W a*7w»* N The city of Pekin Is by no means the least remarkable of the sights of -China. It is In every respect a con­ trast to the other capitals ot the world. Pekin comprises in ^reality three distincttowniihIp&>rf The first, known as the Chinese city, lies to the couth, while adjoining It is the larger Tartar city, which encloses the small­ er Imperial or "Purple Forbidden City," containing the palaces and royal demesne. Though only ele­ vated to the. position Of Celestial capi­ tal in 1421, Pekin: possesses a history •which dates from over a thousand Tears back, and its antiquity Is evi­ dent from its faded grandeur and de­ creased population, It is impossible in the space alotted here to enter into all the details of /the history of Pekin, and so impor fect are its records that such an ac count would be impossible, with any degree of exactness. When and by, "whom the city was founded is a mys­ tery. Pekin is a very ancient city. Centuries b...

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. — 22 September 1900

\M Al fe."- THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER Of Ottf (MR# CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor aoi J?utU9fe#K CLAM H.CARHART, Editor. '£r TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. I«fe •••••. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.: SEPT. 22,1900. •Ss%--.- '1 Will imiWi_i!Mi IBM. M——•» COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. *. I S O N O I E S ... .First District—P. Jackson ibCommissioners ......Second District—G. Olson (..Third District—H. Engelson Auditor............... ........,. .Chris. Murphy 'Vy Treasurer. ...............Chas. J. Johnson Rfcglsterof Deeds i...C. H. Oarhart ,5 Sheriff. ,H. Gulbransen Judge of Probate. ...... .P. Rindel j~.„.5.Attorney..i.. ,L.U. 0, Titus Surveyor John Morrison Coroner H. D, Jones fiup't. of Schools Wm. Ellquist fe?:- Justices. Geo.H. Durfee 1 MACCABEES. Ogbma Tent No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. Titus, Com. Chris. Mubphy R. K. Men ate exousable for objecting to a combination of strawhat weather...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 September 1900

Brass it?**" Mr •PUr: •fe*:: iM #v,i. V.H4'": f'v«£ HAPPENINGS. yfl Treasurer Johnson! went to Dulutb Thursday night. Lmen -1 $ \A v' A. light fall of snow on Maple Hill re­ scinds us that winter it approaching. 0, A. Hokanson, of Lntseoj has ac­ cepted a position with C. Johnson,p|' Judge George H. Durfee returned 'Wednesday from a business trip to Da lutb. ©, J. E. Mayhfew left oil the Diion Thursday for a business trip to Duluth and the Twin Cities. Qhas. J. Johnson has started work at '^. vi'lhis Good Harbor Bay camp. A crew of -r went to work there last Monday. Register of Deeds Oarhart left on the Dixon Thursday to attend to business :m matters Duluth. He will also Tisit at 8t. Cloud before returning. The J. G. Suit loaded with gravel here during the week. Captain Thompson says that he will run the suit on the north shore as long as the lake is open. The Bon Ami was forced to lay tw^ days at Washington Harbor the first of the week on account of a heavy storm. From nowon theboa...

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. — 22 September 1900

I V' "2 Hv A \, 'r, !v :'.- Treasurer /Jbhnson wentto Dulutb Thursday ni^ht.. 1 JL light fall of snow on Maple Hill re­ minds us that winter ic approaching^ 0, A. Hokanson, of Lutson* has ac P"\septed a position with O. & Johnson^ ill! Judge George JEL Darf&e returned Wednesday from a business trip to Du ^«th. J. 13. !Mayliew left on ihe Dixon ^IsJThursday for a business trip to Duluth x^R'*nd the Twin Cities. -r. Ohas. J. Johnson has started work at "''4, ®|?hiB Good Harbor Bay oamp. A orew of Vfimea went to work there last Monday. Register of Deeds Oarhart left on the 1 ^sDixon Thursday to attend to business ^matters in Duluth. He will also visit at "V' St. Cloud before returning. rr The J. C. Suit loaded with gravel here during the week. Captain Thompson says that he will run the suit on the north shore as long as the lake is open. $7 The Bon Ami was foroed to lay twj» j. •••...• days at Washington Harbor the first of Jhe week on account of a heavy storm. From now, on the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 September 1900

1 It i\ for 1 f' 1 ilSirh •Ji Vi- ':-A'* 'J 'J •Jr ., 1 Slowly starving infanfa^ %artfc of tyro rpMnteejr }attalloii6, aprawl «d about In the dusty plaxa of Alphonso that night A small group of lagged and famished war scribes were among them, and thesq men torn mentcd seriously upon the ugly and thankless proposition which life is. Now and The service in Luzon teaches that it Is a place of fathomless mud during the rains, and of terrorizing heat when the rains are not. It also teaches a anan to truly sweat and to look at tragedy without squinting. But more and most of all in Luzon a .man learns, too, what a gaunt, helpless animal he Is—learns it from the hitting lesson 'which a craving stomach teaches. And this is a lesson which kills pride, pure thoughts and dreams of home. The men in the plaza of dirty "Alphon­ so learned this lesson that day, and that night it was impressed upon them. Suddenly the sentry on* futy at the north end of the town shouted. The men in the plaza jumped 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. — 22 September 1900

from glancing over \he last pages, and after I1 see how the story enaft, what ift sthe use of my going through the rest of ,the pages ?^Gbicago New?. Paulng of the HoMelf!8'$ So soon as nature sees an improve .ment there is a change." The- candle Affave Way to electricity and the horse to the automobile.) The fact that Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters has been sold for half a century, proves its value. There is nothing to equal it for stom ach or :liver fipir. trouble.. Be sure to give it •±*. Making It All RlKlit. Mrs. Young Wife—^ou are sure there are five pounds of sugar in this pack­ age? It seetas very light. •g Grocer—That, madam, is because It Is entirely free from santL-r-Boston Transcript. 'Host for the Boweta. -v-J No matter what ails you, headach* to a cancer, you will never get well until your bowels are put right CASCARETS help nature, cure you without a gripe or pain, produce eaay natural movements, cost you Jutft 10 cents to start getting your health back. CASCARETS Caiid...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 September 1900

«N !&• if 1% ar mv &*/ im SS ifi&E "«?fOHN A E NICHOLSON was stupid yet stupider men than he are now sprawling in parliament, and lauding themselves as the- authors of their own distinc­ tion. He was of a fat habit, even from boyhood, and^ in­ clined to a cheerful and cursory read­ ing of the face of life, and possible this attitude of mind was the original cause of his misfortunes. Beyond this hint philosophy is silent on his career, and superstition steps in with the more ready explanation that he was detested of the gods. His father—that iron gentleman— had long ago enthroned himself on the heights of the Disruption Principles. What these are (and in spite of their grim name they are quite innocent) no array of terms would render think­ able to the merely English intelligence, but to the Scot they often prove unctu­ ously nourishing, and Mr. Nicholson found in them the milk of lions. About the period when the churches convene at Edinburgh in their annual assem­ blies ...

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. — 29 September 1900

1 CarVF jL, S? $H*(s '"How it happened. You have heard Jpi^that Jim Drury met his -wife when he was attending college down in the 3 (."southern part Off the state. She was the 7 only child of a wealthy lumberman liv ing near Ludington. He was not a i, city-tored men had lived for years on the outskirts, owned a large tract of timber land, and had plenty of the "ready." The young people became attracted **. and concluded to cast their lots to gether for weal or woe. .Accordingly A newing the invitation and'begging me -Wy, to come. So I picked up my traps and started for Ludington. When nearing that place the train Was wrecked, and fortunately—although I considered it iimfortunate at the time—I was among j-. "the injured who were taken to the hos- V" r: HOW IT HAPPENED Jim wrote the old man asking for his daughter, who slipped a little pleasing note inside the letter from herself. She was the apple of the old main's •*, eye. _i He replied that he could refuse noth ing which would add ...

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. — 29 September 1900

Jt SE -I 1 *SVft *5f L' r!'% GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA! E. Sollenberger, the head of faith cur© orphanage in Philadelphia, has been held by a coroner's jury tor the death of a 7-months-old child who died under his charge* without medical attention. The larynx,of a man In Sydney, Aus­ tralia, became useless through disease, and he lost1 his voice. Professor Stuart, of the University of Sydney is said to have made an artificial one, and it can be so regulated as to make the voice soprano, tenor, contralto or bass at will. Among many entertaining tricks dis­ played by a well known dog in Evans ton, 111., was the ability to smoke ciga­ rettes. His master, had taught him this habit, and master and Chute, as the dog was called, were often seen pa­ rading the streets, each smoking a ci­ garette. Lately the dog became mad, nnd bit every other dog it met. The Supreme Court c$, Massachusetts has decided that a bicycle is not a "car­ riage," and that the cities: and towns are not legally require...

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. — 29 September 1900

jjltr .1 ... •Tlr The Moon-Baby. There's a beautiful golden cradle, That rocks in the rose-red sky I have seen it there in the evening air, Where the bats and "beetles fly: With litiWe white clouds for curtains, And ptyjpws of fleecy wool, And a dear little bed for the Moon- Baby's head, So tiny and beautiful. There are tender young stars around it. That wait for their bath of dew In the purple tints that the. sun's warm prints Have left on the mountain blue There are good little gentle planets, That want to be nursed and kissed, And laid to sleep in the ocean deep, Under silvery folds of mist. But the Moon-Baby first must slumber, For he is their proud young king So, hand in hand, round his bed they stand. And lullabies low they sing. And the beautiful golden cradle. Is rocked by the winds that stray, With pinions soft, from the halls aloft, When the Moon-Baby lives today. —Pall Mall Gazette. Japanese Legend. Once upon a time there was a King jin Dragonland who had a beautiful wife...

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. — 29 September 1900

Ijfv- W-. IIP?- THE GOOK COUNTYHERALD. mnsLtm® wrv Sheriff....\% Judge of Probate, ..... Attorney Surveyor. ... Coroner.., Sup't. of Schools Justices,....,.,...,... .irfji-U T. CHR13 MURf»HY pro®rietor.-fa^*tftlIsher, CAAHART. Editor^ #|T8RM8, $1,00 A YEAR I NAD VANCE. Jl$s r^--- *?r PUBLISHER EVERY SATURDAY, GRAND MARAIS. MINN,, SEPT. 89,19Q0. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. SikV fe^f •KWS^w«:Coaiiai«ioaen^ Second District—G. Olson {.-•.Ti' BOUNTY OFFICERS. .first District—F. Jafekson Third District-H. EDgelson t\»aAuditor.....', .Chris, lTreasurer.. Register of Deeds.. Win. Ellquist ...Geo,H. Durfee Jmaccabees. OQIMA TENT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday, Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITTTS, Com. CHBIS. MURPHY R. K. Unole Sam'* interests are in greater danger from his allies than from the Chinese. No candidate as yet has carried his opposition to railroads so far as to do his campaigning on foot. Sympathizing'with a strike and be­ lieving that ...

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. — 29 September 1900

£p I' lIMss THE COOK COUNTY HERALD: OFFKIil fiPE? OF C0OK qogpi? CHRIS. MURPHY, Pi^»ri^oy ,*i^ WitU|her, 'H cUri^H, Editor. ^5 TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. H: PUBLISH TOY SATUBBW, GRAND MA&AIS. MINN,, SEPT. 29,19Q0, sffil COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY,- ifcOUNTY OFFICERS," Commissioners l:V:i Auditor.., Treasurer. •:m Hist District—F. Jackson Second District—G, Olson Third District—H. Epi ,T,. .ChrieK ,.........Chas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds.,,,.. ... Sheriff..,.' Judge of Probate, Attorney..... .... Surveyor. ,. Coroner. Bup't. of School!....,. Jnsticesv., Engelson s. Mutfpby C. H. Oarhart H. Gulbransen .,V£.....P. Rindel .... .L.p. 0. Titus .... .John Morrison ....... H. D, Jones Wm. Eiiqufst .-...Geo, H. Dnrfee .^MACCABEES'. OGKMA. TENT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday, Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, CHBIS. MURPHY R. K. Com. Unole Sam'* interests are in greater danger from his allies than from the Chinese. No candidate as yet ...

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. — 29 September 1900

C- ,r -3" THE CAMPAIGN OPENED Last Thursday evening the Audito­ rium in the city of St. Paul was filled with an enthusiastic audience to listen to the presentation and discussion of campaign issues by Governor Lind, Mayor Gray, and others. The speech delivered by Gov. Lind was in accept­ ance of the unanimous nomination ac­ corded him by the democrats, populists and silver republicans for a second term asgovernor, and was as follows: Ladies and Gentlemen and Members of the Conventions: Four years ago when the same parties, who have today honored me with the nom­ ination for the most important of­ fice in the state, first conferred upon me the same honor, the people of the state were not ready for the change of policy which my election would have implied but not daunted nor discouraged, you again placed my name in nomination two years ago, and your action was ratified by the people by an overwhelming majority. Two years I have served as the chief execu­ tive of the state. My every ac...

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. — 29 September 1900

IIP BST'J. Eft*'***. i- •%k f^n .i»5 *$ S I ur I v^ \r &>' !w & fej?- ^sx v-,i **v ^v j. r-pi. #4-* PW* SUPPLEMENT TO Cook County Herald Grand Marais, Sli^n. SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1900. Nebraska and the two Dakotas, in the year 1899 produced: Minnesota-?— Bushels "Wheat Corn air Farm value. $37,000,000 7,000,000 ..68,000,000 ,..31,000,000 Iowa— Wheat ... Corn .. 10,000,000 SS,ooo,000 ... 18,000,000 .. .242,000,000 South Dakota Wheat 37,000,000 North Dakota Wheat .... .. 51,000,000 Wisconsin Wheat 11,000,000 Nebraska— Wheat 20,000,000 Corn .... ....224,000,000 18,000,000 26,000,000 7,000,000 10,000,000 51,000,000 The total value of the crops named of these states for last year was only $221,000,000, less than we are paying an­ nually for our army and naval establish­ ments under the imperial regime. The entire amount expended for edu­ cation in the United States for the year 1898, which is the last year for which I have authentic figures was $189,000,000. Our average consump...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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