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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 September 1900

HAPPENINGS. :T. •..j ». Kirby Jones vu in Dulaththe first of the week. Qlot M. Fredriakson left Tlmnday for a Lutsen trip. MiBB Maggi* Boott ii viailibg fritnda in Duluth this week. Wm.Oav&o&ugh, of Onion wu here daring the first of the week. Judge George H. Durfee left Thurs­ day for a business trip to Duluth. A.. J. and D. A. McDonald left daring the-week for the pine district north of here. The tag Dowling and scow were here Wednesday and Thursday loading with gravel. Alex Fraaer left on the Bon And for Hovland Thursday evening to complete his work. While unloading horses from the Dix­ on last Wednesday,George Wilkinson lost one by drownding. Miss Garrie B. Mayhew returned Wednesday from an extended visit with friends in Duluth. JHenry LtfRush, of Duluth, returned from the boundary Wednesday and left lor his home Thursday. JDeputy Glerk of Gourt Murphy has iBsued a license to marry to Ole G. An derson and Anna Hanson. Dr. T. W. Mayhew returned on the Bon Ami Thursday from...

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. — 29 September 1900

MM, &$% "S'j «U:. n. i, $#8 •it Itpvi. :i^ii WM mm •MMPh -feRf SmM .|V\ If., MM) far:. mm $$ •f f\ At the captain's door the girl held out her hand, with a certain einphasis And John took it and kept it a little longer,' $nd said, "Good-night,-Flora, •dear," and was instantly thrown into stnuch' fear by his presumption. But vhe only laughed, ran up the steps and tang the bell and while she was wait­ ing for the door to open kept close in fjthe porch, and talked to him from that rjpoint as out of a fortification. She had ffc.knitted shawl over her head her blue -Highland eyes took the light from the •Neighboring street lamp and sparkled t' nd when the^door opened and closed pon her John felt cruelly alone. He proceeded slowly back along the terrace in a tender glow and when lie came to Greenside Church be halt fed in a doubtful mind. Over the crown Of the Calton Hill, to his left, lay the Way to Collette's,where A^an would soon t»e looking for his/ arrival, and where lie would no...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 September 1900

Awful Catacl hi mm' M: jjti .ittm -7—m \$&y: The most destructive form of moun­ tain storm is the so-called cloudburst, "wlieu the rippling brook suddenly be ctftnes a roaring river, carrying death and destruction in its path. The noise made by a cloudburst has no parallel. Above the rumble and roar of a mass of rushing water is heard a grinding, groaning sound of falling trees, Of slip­ ping earth and rolling boulders, while the banks of the stream far above the danger line tremble as if in an earth­ quake. The senses are numbed by an awful cataclysm, and it seems to the spectator, although he is on the high banks and out of actual danger, as if the very foundations of the earth had burst and judgment day was come. "The flood tosses about mighty trees and rocks as if they were straws, the banks of the stream seem to dissolve before his eyes, and a feeling of awe at the irresistible power of nature steals over the observer. Once wit­ nessed, a cloudburst is never forgot­ ten. 1 ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 September 1900

•SotJW'~ i'A- AGRICULTURISTS. Saw •*$5*-.*? a'?H* fllntl About :|sm« VptoOkU ti*atton of the jjBut- Soil and Yields lbcoo(—Horti«altnni' Viticulture wad Floriculture. Horticultural ...Obser«tlon«.^s$£s-- Illinois hortiqulturisti^&re delighted' «t the success of the Illinois apple ex ^thlblt at the Paris exposition, where'it. ^obtained first prize.. The Varieties of ^apples exhibited were' Ben Davis, v^Grimes Golden, Jonathan, Salome, :.: Stark, Willow Twig, and Winesap. UThe principal exhibitors from Illinois |$fylrere S. G. Soverhill, H. M. Dunlap Arthur Bryant, Fred Shaw, F. S. $¥,11 Phoenix, L. R. Bryant and L. F. Dinr ^--j^tleman. This award is said to be the* 'fourth successive first prize won at jParis by members of the Illinois State ij' (Horticultural Society.' "Illinois has*. possibilities as an apple grow u£Jng state, 6nd is likely to catch a good V-' r,4e»l of the future foreign trade in ,i A note is going the rounds 6f the press to the effect that Russia has a forest...

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. — 6 October 1900

1 1 i- VOLUME IX. ftte -Wt Natch 1 4 BOX He had pressed upon, me one of his high-priced cigars. fj-y "Thanks." I said. "Match?" "Haven't you got one of your bwn?" ^v- "No. Come on. Hurry/' ,•./ 1 My friend the jnillionaire looked per turbed for a moment. Then his coun- tenance cleared. "We slia.il be at Wa terioo in twenty minutes," he said, "and then we can get a light at the .refreshment room. They never mind •your taking a match or two." "No good," I said. "I want to smoke .now. Hand over your box," With great reluctance he handed me .-Ms gold matchbox with his monogram on it in emeralds—a pretty, unostenta Itious little toy. He shut both the car )riage windows so that no draught {should necessitate the use of more Jthan one match. I opened the box and examined the consents with care. He did not like the examination. He wincey under it He grew nervous.' -.V "Come, come," he said, "light up and give me the box back." "Has this been going on long?" I •y/ asked. "What do you mean?" ...

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. — 6 October 1900

The war in South Africa has doomed the Highland kilt as a fighting dress, «Jand it will now survive as a parade uniform only, -v :v y, During the year 1898, 52,661 vessels, 'i, of 34,233,580 tons, entered and cleared sChinese ports. Of these vessels, 743, of 239,152 tons, were American.. Piper Findlater of Dargai' fame has now secured a farm in his native coun­ ty of Aberdeen, where he intends till­ ing the soil for the remainder of his days. ... Jumping the rope is said to be a remedy for derangement of the liver. Many middle-aged pepons in England now regularly engage in this exercise*, and declare they derive great benefit from it. A pious gentleman in Greeley, Pa.,' Insisted upon having prayers just be­ fore dinner. His. wife and daughter (Objected so strenuously that the pious gentleman, attacked them with a fork, and seriously wounded the wife. The Americans introduced the first sewing machines Into China after great difficulties and taught the Chi­ nese their use, and today, ...

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. — 6 October 1900

M® f?,p •Mr-:., K¥ •'•1*' 'ft I MINNESOTA FORESTRY nuKtiVfrioM AcuuDmn^tftifciifr STRBS. fifth Annnfcl Report of ilt« Chief i^tt Warden ,o* Minnesota. \|g| The law for the prevention' ihd sup ©ressionof forest and prairie Hires has been in operation five years,. and the fifth annual rteport of the Chief Fire Warden, Gen. C» C. Andrews, being for the year 1809, has just been published, a ^. It is a- document of 144: pages, and con tains numerous original illustrations "»of Minnesota forests. The law consti tutes town supervisors Are wardens, and in unorganized townships having inhabitants the Chief Fire Warden ap pointsTflre wardens. The Chief TFire Afi. Warden can mass the fire warden force of the state at any special point to sup­ press fires. In ordinary years their pay cannot exceed fifteen days at two dol­ lars a day. In emergencies, any able bodied male citizen 18 years of age may be called upon to help' extinguish a fire, for which he may be paid $1.50 a day for not exceeding ...

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. — 6 October 1900

•J if I Mil POT OFSXttKCOUHTT. CHRIS. MURPHY, mwMtr iai hMbMr, CLARK H. CARHART. Editor. TEBM9, S1.Q6 A YEAR INADVANCE. iHI Mm ETERISATMMT. SI FC GRAND MARA 18. MINN.. OCT. 0, MOO*1 C00RC0DNTY DIRECTORY. COUNT* OFFICERS. 8SC j.: rfe'T* Commissioners IfA Auditor *4''$-K' Treasurer.. I' Register of Deeds.. |V»r-W Sheriff.....*... far' "Judge of Probate... I- Attorney.. ..... First District—F. Jackson 8econd District—G. Olson Third District—H. Kngelson ...........Chris. Murphy a oh so CHBIS. MURPHY R. K. '4 7 N C. H. Carhart ..........,H. Gulbransen ... P. Rindel .L. U. C. Titus •Surveyor.. .Jobn Morrison Coroner ... H. D. Jones Bup't. of Schools...... Wm. Ellquist Justices. .Geo.H. Durfee MACCABEES. OOEMA TENT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. American "shirt-sleeve diplomacy" has npBet some European plans in Ohina. The Dowieite elders have good reason to doubt their popularity in Ohio and Iowa. The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 6 October 1900

-i 'Mm tfv -m- & V'j, 'l V* if HAPPENINGS. 1 "S* Tht ym viatbk ffc 4} jbp toin bwtTneaday. School opened here l«ft Ifcpdey with good attendance. M. Dillon, of DalQthi iurind* here on the Dixon Wedxuwdaj. *r «01of M. Fredrickeon returned during the week from avieit at Irateen. bTftf J. Honey and children are visiting relatiyea in Duluth. John Morrison wit in Dulnth attend* tj «V, •. *ng to burinees matter* during the week. Miss Maggie Soott returned laet Sun­ day from a visit with friends inDatath. Ohria Johnson returned the first of the week from a business trip to Da- Tom Clausen is on the Dixon ajpiin after two aeasona on one of the^arge iron ore boats.' heavy wind eanfed the Bon Ami and Dixon to lay here several houre Thursday night. J. E. Mayhew returned on the Bon Ami Thursday from an extended trip to Duluth and the "Twine." 1 Oaptain Ed. Smith, who was formerly mate pn the Dixon, ia gathering trout spawn at Grand Portage. S In the Review of Reviews for October appears a ch...

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. — 6 October 1900

Wv,i vtv: li? a.,.k &:it giv $5»V iM A Wk &*$ ~"if CHAPTER IlL—VCoNtimrrD Mr $ "I do not think," said Mr. Nicholson ott last, "thatl am an ungenerous fath-. «r. I have never grudged you money •within reason, for any avowable pur fose you had just to come to me and *peak. And now I find that you have forgotten all decency and all nattrtal feeling, and actually pawned—pawned —your mother's watch. You must have liad some temptation I will do you the justice to suppose it was a strong «n«. What did you do with this money?" "I would rather not tell you, sir" «aid John. "It will only make you angry." "I will not be fenced with," cried his "father. "There must be an end of dis­ ingenuous answers. What did you want with this money?" "To lend it to Houston, sir," says John. "I thought I had forbidden you to epeak to that young man?" asked the father. "Yes, sir," said John "but I only met Mm." "Where?" came the deadly question. And "In a billiard room" was the damning answer. Thus had...

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. — 6 October 1900

BM mi 1«RiII vv & 0^ *$8 ^Ti 1 'T, mHP"- 9 i: |r A The Uttle Maid's Keply. «$j (A true incident.) '3 The little -maiden opened .wide the /, door, W a in 1. part The great-souled genera], her mother's "'friend— The first in war. in peace, in: every heart. "A better office to you, dear," said he, And placcd his hand benignly on her head. With curtsy ^quaint and reverent, smil­ ing glance: "Yes, sir to let you in," she archly said. —Charles Lee. in St. Nicholas. A Boundless Sea. Benny was a little boy who lived by a river that ran into the great ocean, and he liked to sail ships so well that his father made him six, all of a size, with a boom and a gall and two sails, apiece. They were not really ships, but he called them so. This was Ben ny's fleet, and in a little cove, where the water was not too deep nor too rough, he took great delight in sailing his ships. They were named "Pearl," "Phoebe," "Dolphin," "Star," "Racer," and "Kate." Now,there was a great stirring about in Benny'...

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. — 6 October 1900

A 1 v/sfA-fi '/'Tfl-- And all this enlivenment of an erst while dead industry is welcome. Fur­ thermore, too, there has been a notable {increase in horse values—100 per,cent ,in many instances—over the quota­ tions of last year, and there is a ready •sale now for animals that could not have been given away a year ago. Of course, many owners of large herds, /who have held on for years simply be cause they could find no market, are taking advantage of the demand and are disposing of their holdings in bulk at any price offered. Hardly a week passes without recording a sale of whole herds, numbering from 500 to 5,000. From indications for the future the Inter Moufitain can not help but believe that this wholesale retirement from the'business is an error on the ipart of the herd owners. They are giv-, ing up on the eve of an era of pros­ perity. Nevertheless, it means great­ er profits for those who choose to wait. 1 JThere are several causes that have operated for the future benefit of ...

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. — 13 October 1900

[US s' Mr Vik "1^ DEATH." PLAQUE OF HISTORY IN LONDON. #iV-8 1 Has Bronjjhti Death to Millions Awfnl S«r- of a Disease Which it Is beared May Spread to America. The awful bubonic plagued which: has been ravaging India, where its victims have 'been numbered by scores of thou­ sands, has invaded London, according to a report made to the Marine Hospi­ tal service at Washington by our rep­ resentatives in England, and fears %1L felt that it may be transmitted to erica through the persons of travelers or shipment of merchandise. Already four cases have been discovered in London, and, two deaths have re­ sulted. l.'', The bubonip plague is the same dis­ ease that has been knqwik in history as the1 Levantine plague*, the Oriental plague the Black plague and the Black Death. It has raged repeatedly In Asia, Africa and Europe in the last 18. centuries. Manettio, an Egyptian historian, who lived at. the beginning of the third century, B. C., described pestilences, supposed to have been the bu...

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. — 13 October 1900

GRAND MARIAS^- 'l-' iij 1 ife. &:. The soft hat was introduced to Am «rica about 1850 by Louis Kossuth. The army campaign hat and the rough rider hat had their origin In a Tyro •lean hat that was brought here by an ,, American traveler. ....... Jf* II An unusually bold burglary came to light at Cleveland. During the ab­ sence from home of a family the bur glare lit up the house and had a feast. The neighbors thought a party was going on,'5 There are today- but three bands of Seminoles left in Florida. So Com­ pletely have these people been disin­ tegrated that no tribal relations now exist between them they have no ac­ knowledged chief and they recognize no man's authority: They number about 600. The Pasteur institute of Paris was recently invited to reduce the number of rats in the drains of the city by ipmeans of cultures of virulent microbes ^placed in their haunts. The coco-ba­ cillus was chosen and spread on corn '«r bread. A contagious malady was 'l thus introduced, and th...

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. — 13 October 1900

N. IPSf. "\..T 0$ im W* '"'MB iff A^Theee pictures show the first tests of the great olrhstp built by the Count UTon Zeppelin. In a floating shop on have been required to, construct ft, aclentlst* of the entire world have iratehed it with interest, for it was ac cepted generally, as a fact that this air ship represented the most advanced and practical Ideas of the age. Count THfct-AUKCH FROM THB Von Zeppelin himself spent an enorm­ ous sum of money in the work, and the emperor of Germany and several of the kings and princes of Germany aided him materially by furnishing unlimited government facilities. Scores of patents w.ere bought and their best and most efficient ideas utilized. The airship is an immense thing, be­ ing almost 400 feet long—that is, as Wg as an ocean steamship in length— and about 33 feet in diameter. The body is of aluminum, and lias been fully described in the Sunday Press with pictures. fhe huge balloon was launched from its floating home (to" a raft, which was ...

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. — 13 October 1900

ft. 1 jig M" Tt THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COQK COUHTYJkV CHRIS, MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher* CURK H, CARHART, Editor, TSRM^'Sf.OO A YRAR IN ADVANCE. ft ., PUBLISHED EVER* SATDHMTs Gil A. NO MARAIS.' MINK.. OCtf. 13, 1000, 1 COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. a f» *t 2 "2 fev-s1! *'r OQKMA TBNT No. 68.—Regular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. Ii. U, C. TITUS, CHBI8. MVBPHY R. K. Special Commissioner Bockhil), who was sent to China to pn lijo eyes and ears appears also to be using his tongue, Somebody blundered in allowing Seaf to Jjopez, Agninaldo's confidential rep­ resentative, to visit this country at this time. V"" i,rn:-rf word iioberts received iueoompaiasion «eKHamn46E-iorota&f' of tire B&ti'Bh army as a birthday present from the Queen, There was.fomething pathetic in Pres­ ident Ktuger'a letter to his wilje an pouncing his intention to take a six months' holliday, So long as American blood is being abed by JT...

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. — 13 October 1900

M-X A*:1- •& hm%: HAPPENINGS. &yuter next Tuesday ,g "Jack" couldn't resist g&ug when tfie time oame. Samuel F. Howeostine, of Duluth, has in here during tlie week.: Potato digging haa been• the popular amusement daring the paat week. Miss Gerda Benson is visiting friends inDotath. .'Jfcjfc BffiSBItSf Auditor Mnrphy and Treasurer John •od lefi Thursday night for Duluth. K/'*' Postmaster Memsskawash, of Grand Portage, was a visitor the first of the week. -i Five offices in the town of Beaver Bpy u.wei-e made vacant bj the death of A. H. ^Wegner. fl Godfrey Plante returned Tuesday morning from a visft with relatives at Grand Portage. Marion Jolinson, lirho has been spend­ ing the summer in ibaluth, returned the first of the week, Aft^r being away from Duluth eight days the Suit was able to load with ties lit 8ahlberg'8last Wednesday. A. J. and Benjamin Scott left the first of the week for their trapping grounds in the western part of the county. v" Father Dugas' arrived fr...

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. — 13 October 1900

•X M& BY That same night the clerk entered opon a bout of drunkenness so' conk •latent as to surpris6 even his intimate acquaintances. He was speedily ejected sfromthe hoarding-house deposited his ^portmanteau with a Meanwhile, John had gone upon his holidays without a word, which was ir itegular and there had disappeared 'With him a certain sum of money, -which was put of all bounds of pallia- Uoil But.he was known to be careless, «a&d believed to be honest the manager ^besides' had a regard for hin» and lit tle was said, although something was mo doubt thought, until the fortnight 'was finally at an. end, and the time had come tor John to reappear. Then, in­ deed, the affair began tQ. look "black mnd when inquiries were made, and the ^penniless clerk was found to have •amassed thousands of.dollars, and kept tWiftwi secretly in a rival establishment^ the stoutest of his friends abandoned him, the books were overhauled for traces of ancient and artful fraud, and (Chough none...

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. — 13 October 1900

,V\ ih ir $-1r Sfc f*v .* iToo Serious For a Joke. "You Americans," said the London foung man, as he stopped sucking his cane, "are always insinuating that we Englishmen don't know what a real foke is. Now, just hold your sides while I go over this one which I read In a home paper a wek ago: "'The Countess—M'Lord, 'you were at the grhnd dinner last night, were you not? Just a while ago I heard one of those vulgar Americans make the remark that this morning you had a big head. 'The Duke—But, m'lady, therms nothing iii it.* 7*•', *', The American loosed as sober as a criminal court judge. "Well?" he asked. r" "Don't you see,' explained the dis­ gusted Britisher, poking the other in the ribs with his cane, "the Countess says some one accused her companion: (•ha!) of having a big head (ha! ha!) and he declares (p-ha! ha!) there's nothing in it!" "Yes, but—" "Blarsted idiocy, but what?" '"Her companion was a Duke?'* "Yes." "And not any different from' the rest of the English^ nobility?" ...

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. — 13 October 1900

1' •aJ'jppS. :.r^ J.. •AmY AKB RiBtTRT: INTERESTING CHAPTERS OUR RUJIAI. BE/ FOR •'How Bueoeaaful Farmen Operate This •Department of the ITarm—A Jew: Bints to the 6am of Live Stock and Poultry* B- oSrdk' of Hotit*In-Fr 1mIan' Cowlfcv (Report for July, 1900.) The rules of the Holstein-Friesian, V~ ^Association allow thirty days for re Alports of tests to go through the ex 1' "*, l^'periment stations for review. Hence it must always'be understood that the general report made by me at the -dose of each month invariably in "eludes more or less records made dur- ,i ing the previous month. During the '/'month just closed thirty-eight reports V-'-'- of tests of individual cows have reached me.. The highest record is three-tenths of an ounce short 'of an equivalent of 23 pounds butter of 80 per cent fat. Summarized the records are as follows: Seven full age cows average 7 years 2 months 7 days old. 38 days after calving milk,, 486.6 pounds butter fat, 15.188 pounds, equivalent to 18 lbs. 15...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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