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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 October 1900

'I 'r. 1 I One Inventor's Fantasy. "A distinguishedscientist haisseri Ously suggested the sinking of boilers deep enougli to use the heat of the earth as fuel," said a prominent en­ gineer 1 of this city. "That sounds rather fantastic, in view of the fact that a depth of 12,000 feet would be necessary to boil water, but a scheme of the same sort was urged with great energy back in the '60s., by a Wash­ ington inventor named Forian? If my memory is correct, Forian was a man of considerable means and a mathe­ matician-of ability. The internal heat of the earth is supposed to equal about one degree to the 4^. feet of penetra­ tion, but he claimedutji have discover­ ed that the percentile was. very much greater andvincreased in cbmpound ra­ tio after a certain depth was reached. IHe figured out .an elaborate table and proposed to sink-, a" huge shaft, -with accumulators at the bottom from which unlimited, steam Would be supplied to the surface. All that was needed was a few million doll...

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. — 20 October 1900

GRAND MARIAS, vH t''4-* MINNESOTA The screw in the fourth jewel wheel of a watch is so small that a lady's thimble would hold 1,000,000 of them The average velocity of. cirrus clouds Is about 89 miles-an hojir, while in 'printer -they have sometimes been known to travel at the rate of 230 vjniles an hour. 0- Mrs. Thomas C. Piatt, the wife of the New York senator, gives a great deal of her time to study. Two years ago she took up French and is now Vj/\ especially proficient, in that language. v' When the active service section of .the Royal Berks volunteers left Mai­ denhead recently on their way to the -front, each man was presented with a sovereign by Colonel Boxall, with injunctions to spend, the same at Pre­ toria. It Is announced that Prof Charles Eliot Norton and the other literary ex­ ecutors of John Ruskin have deter­ mined not to issue a biography of the art critic, considering his "Praeterita" and Collingwood's biography sufficient. But the executors will issue represent­ a...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 October 1900

hpB&wfl '•V 1c fM !##*--x~ $\&iJ.l-*K. _*! 1 47 mm. The woman for whose sake the Czar of Russia refused to wed the present queen of Italy, then Princess Helene of Montenegro, is not happy with a Czar ina's crown upon her head. She would gladly have given up to her beautiful trival the glittering diadem and the pomp andt power of\ the .strongest throne in Europe for the love of a princely soldier, who had wooed and -had won her before relentless diplo .macy forced her into a marriage against which she protested in vain. The pathetic romance of the Prin­ cess Irene, which culminated in her. .sacrifice to Nicholas of Russia, is how laid bare for the first time by the Countess Radzcivill, lady of honor at the court of Wilhelmina, formerly at the royal palace of Berlin, one of the Czarina's closest friends during her girlhood, and for a time the trusted go-between for the unhappy lovers. Irene's meeting with her lover was quite unconventional. She happened to be wklking in the ga...

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. — 20 October 1900

"II THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL r^niwrv-wt '^tlfclp, MURPHY, Proprietor ana PubUsber. 'V CLARK H. CAR HAST, Editor, TERMS, CI.OOA YMrtlN A&VANCB. '4 pAW- GRANf^MARAIB, MINKt, OOT. tO, 1900, gjCOOK COUHTY DIRECTORY 11% fcOUNTY OFFICERS. ..,. .. .First District^. Jackson .. .8«cood Dial ric^-(4. Olson .Third l)|strlct~»H. Kngelson Commissioners Auditor...,,,,,, Chris. Murphy Treasurer, ...Chaa, J. Johnson Register of Deeds.. ...,..C. B. Carhart 8heriff....\ ...... ~.,.,..,,.......H. Oulbransen Judge of Probate,,.,,t», Rindel Attorney.,, -L. U. O. Tltns Surveyor..., John Morrison Cotoner .- H. D.Jomp Sup't. of Schools... Justices,,,,.,. Wia.EUquist ...3eo,H. Durftek MACCABEES. Ji OQK*A T*KT NO. IK.—Regular reviews held every second and fonrth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. X* U. C, Trms, Com. Cams. MP&PHTR. K. Sometimes one wonder* why tto. poli­ tician bat tr#r been lynched in tbie country, If anti-election promises oould be coined into lawful money, soma ...

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. — 20 October 1900

fev Mi THE COOK COUNTY HERALD OFFICIAL PAPEB QF COOK'iSOHSTr. fj t&iw OHSIS. MnWHV B. K. 1 TCHftlS. MURPHY, Proprietor aoft PuMisher. CLARK H, CARHART. tflltor. TBftM*, $1.00 A |N ADVANCE. A mmi QRANPMARAI8, MINNU OOT. 80, 1900, COOK COOKTY DIRECTORY. -t f.'-V A countyop!fickB8. First District—^. Jackson .Second DlHtrict—U.Olson ,'fhlrd District—H. Engelson Commissioners Auditor .Chita. Murphy Treasurer. .Chas.J, Johnson Register of Deeds...... ........... .3. R. Carhart Sheriff.,..,*...... ..0.(Julbransen Judge of Probate,........ ,fr. Rindel Attorney...: .Ii.tr. O. Titus Surveyor ..Johxk Morrison Coroner. .... H. D, Jones up't. of Schools............ .'....... Wik. Ellqutst Justices,,....... MACCABEES. 'J. OoiMi. TSMT NO. 96.—Begular reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L.U.C, TITOS, Com. tioian has arar been lynched in this conn try. If anti.e|eetion promises eottld be coined into lawful money, some metr would aoon be rich. The C...

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. — 20 October 1900

4 [Iftt1 Jk K3 7. ft oross-mark(X) 4J- dictate you wish to vo tho arrow. Pnsidential rcesuea Xr Presidential Elector-H. 't a W. 1 2-vK- opposite the name of each can­ to for In the squares Indicated by PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. Presidential Elector—WILLIAM B. LEE—Republican—•cKIIILEYL Bkctofc—JOHN L. GESSELL—Republican—« cK IKLEY Presidential Elector—EDWIN DUNN—Republican—*cKI* LEY Presidential Blector~-J. C. DONOVAN—Republican—We* iHLEY Presidential Elector—0. K. NABSETH—Republican—McKIKUEY fWMeatlal Bfectoxw-CARL- WIKTH—Republican—•cKINLCY Presidential Elector—JOHN S. DODGE—Republican—McKINLEY Presidential Elector—GBORGE A. WHITNEY—Republican—BeKIIILEY STONE—Republican—•eKIIILEY Presidential Elcctor—RUDOLPH SCHIFFMAN-j^^^-BHYAII rcupics Presidential Elector-M. R. PRENDBRGAST-^^^-BRYAM T^&Mt AlMMli Profidcntial Elector-O. W. ANDBRSON-p^^^-BRYAII Presidential Elector—GEORGE LESTER-J^^-BIIYAII Presidential Elector-O. T. AMSL AND—BRYAN Presidential Elector—DANIEL ABERLE-^^at—BRYAM Pr...

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. — 20 October 1900

j'S rn7uTasraMmark(X:)opposit*the n^m*of «aehoan ^ivdldateyou wish to vot« for in the squares Indicated by p^ite^the arrow. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. Presidential Elector—WILLIAM E. LEB—Republican—••KIIILEY ^Presidential Elector—JOHN L. GESS ELL—Republican—fccK IK LEY Presidential Elector-BDWIN DUNN—Republican—KcKIK LEY .. -v Presidential Blector-J. C. DONOVAS—Republican—IRcK 'HLEY Presidential Elector—O. K. NAESBTH—Republican—McKIKLEY Prtiiflcatlal XSIcvrtorw-CARL WIRTH—Republican—HcKIKLEY Presidential Blectoiv-JOHN S. DODGE—Republican—*eini«LEY Presidential Elector—GEORGE A. WHITNEY—Republican—•eKIHLEY Presidential Elector—H. W. STONE—Republican—HcKINLEY Presidential Elector—RUDOLPH SCHIFFMAN-^^g^-BRYAII Presidential Elector-M. R. PRENDBRGAST—BRYAN Presidential Elector—O. W. ANDEJMON-^J^ Presidential Elector-GEORGE E S E A N Presidential Elector-O. T. RAMSLAND—^™0^1—BRYAN Presidential Elector—DANIEL ABERLE-^J^at-BRYAN Democrat—BRYAN Presidential Electoiv-F. D. NOERENBERG-^™^at-BBYAN ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 October 1900

^£. ftF I' MM i" A" %f IP^ Wii+ •Kt" iM£g &f •IP Si .'Of all t^e Chinese representatives Vho at one time or another have made Washington their home the most charming is. the present minister, Wu Ting Fang writes a correspondent., The minister is a man of finished edu­ cation and high culture,'a wide reader, a thinker and a philosopher. His Eng­ lish is .perfect, and his ways and man­ ners ^re those of a finished diplomat. His wife," who weighs lgss^than a hun­ dred pounds, is a slender, olive-gkia-, ned, girlish creature, looking for a.11 the world like an animated doll, as she topples around on her small feet. She is always robed in the richest of Ori­ ental stuffs and she wears jewels worth a fortune. She is of Canton, and her feet, of course, have been- bound. She wears queer shoes with soles two inches thick and a tiny heel in the mid­ dle, and might as well be on stilts, for all the grace of movement she has. Minister and Madame Wu are the most democratic of all the people ...

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. — 20 October 1900

X. -a T, A if 1 ^3 HAPPENINDS. M. Dillon went to Daluth 'Ami lest Saiiday. Andrew Johnson went to Daluth on business daring the week. There were 71 names pat on the re^s^ tration Ibt here last Tuesday. Rev. Gtastof Olson of West Superior, Wis., is visiting on Maple Hiltf^'J^^ Z. Goodell arrived on the Dixon last Sunday for a trip to the woodsU" -7 Mrs. Herman Helmerson and' Mrs. C'« is Hanson went to Duluth on the %v Iyer Ivere&n 'retnraed last Sunday from a point near Daluth where he has been working. Ool. Golvill has returned from a busi­ ness trip to Duluth aod Bed Wing. Mrs. Louis Eagleaon, of Tofte, was t^visiting her parents here ^during the week. Mrs. J. J. Hnsaey and Shildren^re turned Sunday from a mt with rel­ atives mDuluth. .1, ,\rv 1 The steam barges Belle Gross, H, A. Boot and J. 0. Suit, are in the harbor ^vaidng for better weather. L. JBergstein, of Two Harbor^ has 'aent word'that lie will be here on the 9ith with a stoek of goods. Boed Overseer Dcowllard has bee...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 October 1900

I 'P* •4 1 I i-P •'-. HAPPEN1N0S. M. Dillon went to Daluth out th^ ^DD Ami last Sudday, Andrew Johnson went to Dulnth on business during theweek. There were 71 names pat on the regis­ tration list here last Tuesday. Eev. Guetof Olson, of West Superior, Wis., is visiting on Maplfc Hill. Z. Goodell arrived on the Dixon last Sunday for a trip to the woods. Mrs. Herman Helmfersoti and" Mrs. C'mns Hanson went to Duluth on the Dixon. Iver Iverson returned last Sunday from a point near Duluth where he has been working. 061. Oolfill has returned from a busi­ ness trip to Duluth and Bed Wing. Mrs. Louis Engleaon, of Tofte, was Visiting her parents here during the week. Mrs. J. J. Huseey and ehildren^re turned Sunday from a viut With rel­ atives in Duluth. The steam barge* Belie Cross, H, A. Boot and J. G. Suit, are in the harbor waiting for better weather. Xi. Bergsteuv of Two Harbors, has sent word'that he will be here on the 31th with a stock of goods. Boad Overseer Dromllard has been work...

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. — 20 October 1900

7M' •Mi&f .*$£ He took off his hat/ and moved me «hanically tdward the stand and there 1m found a email change. that was'a great 6ne to him The pin that h&d where he had when' he loitered and hia first 9ut when he came briskly back, from' -college or the office—his pin was occu rfvpled. "They might have at least re '•apected my pin!" he thought, and he "t|Was moved as by a slight and began once to recollect that he was hefce aa interloper, in a strange house, which fce had entered almost by a burglary, ... and where, at any moment^e might be «candalously challenged. He moved at once, his hat, still in lumd, to the door of his father's room, opened it and entered. Mr. Nicholson «at in the same place and posture ^.on -that last^Sunday morning only he was •older/ and grayer, ^nd sterner and as fee now glanced up and caught the eye bis -son, ^strange commotio^ ftpd a 4ark flush sprung into his,fa6e,| "Father," said Jtfhn, steadily, "and '•Yen cheerfully, tor this was a moment «g...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 October 1900

4 rV Muncie." A And the youthful face, silvery head, and square shoulders vanished from the doorway. But a minute or two later the door was opened. •4 "By the way, I've packed up a box magazines which ha^re been accumulat­ ing unread. I may get a chance, at them now. I wish you would have the box set in the cellar, and I'll tell Jerry to call for it, and ship it to me." 4 "Very well, sir." 1 £5?:V M^^,i^uiuiuiMwuihwwwwwwywwWwu*Mii*u|u,u|u,uHi,u|uiu,i)|u,u'u'ywwwwyj|M^iyi/ii,u|ira|ut|j, 4.-.J ?rJV' ,« -1. ti £li r" *"Just for a short sketching trip Mrs, Muncie," Gilbert Keith explained, as he „„,f,,ilooked into the snug' sitting room, where his landlady sat, deep in \he lo 'I cal paper. "Where shall I forward your mail, She did not express surprise at his sudden announcement. He had board­ ed with her six years. She was accus tomed to his abrupt .decisions, and has ty departures. 7 /, "VV ^-'I. '5, "I'm .not sure yet.1 'I'll send you a, --/postal. -Be back in a "couple of weeks* tZCf...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 October 1900

lit tow Sncouifal Xunen Operate This Baputmeot of the Item—A Few Hlata as to the Care of live Stock 'sad Ppulbj. ii&V ST. *A Cheap HUk HoubcE^ Bulletin 88, Kansas Experiment Sta fv4lt|on: Daring the summer of 1898 the item the college herd of 30 cows '^Vras. .sent to the Manhattan Creamery jQur object In sending the milk to the |$creaiaeiy instead of making butter was ?:to test how cheaply milk ^could be .lhandlfed and yet be delivered in good fx JeondU3on, and how few and cheap .^things could be used ^to keep milk If^sweet lor a sufficient time so that Sat ^r «rday. night's and Sunday morning's l?!se:i 5anailk could be delivered in good con fi 'dltion on Monday. Many creamery pa yfcrons are unable to keep: milk sweet sponger than 1$ hours, and either feed the milk of Saturday night and Sun­ day morning or, else set it'aud make Abutter for family use. They are not properly equipped for ^making butter, vrand most of them do^riOt secure nearly all the butter fat irom the milk, whi...

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. — 27 October 1900

X, I •M 1 $Mmm -W/.¥ -.• w\ "It is said .that you have made some: startling experiments in the direction pf interstellar flight Do you really believe that man will ever be able to travel to Mars?" The question was asked of Professor Elmer Gates, of the Gates Laboratory, Washington, D.. C., and the professor naturally smiled as he wheeled in his chair and leaned back to consider the proposition. "Well, I should scarcely like to say he could not," was the reply, after a few moments' hesitation. "Aerial nav­ igation will be a practical means of travel within ten -years. It.will re­ place all present modes of transporta­ tion. It will turn the whole world into a single neighborhood. Distances will be practically annihilated. There will no longer be any hecessity for .railroads or bridges, because aerial transporta­ tion will be extremely cheap, economi­ cal and far safer than any other- form of travel. .When the workman can live several hundred miles from the work­ shop or store and go ...

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. — 27 October 1900

•JS^ Si*'* Hf~7 a SRL Stall GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA Elmer B. Adams, who presides oyer the United States Court for the East­ ern District Of Missouri, is believed to be the wealthiest federal Judge in the country, his fortune being estimated at ?500,000. 1 iri The abandoned farms In Rhodp" Is *and number 349, according to the 1 state's official catalogue, but from thai^ 1 if fact it must not be inferred that Rhode Island, as a whole, is in serioue dan- ger of going out of tillage. Eetimat- •fff^Ying each abandoned farih at 100 acres, sk\4 the 349 amount to but about 4 per :. cent of the state's area. i" k\ .The shirt waist man is-not new. Pres­ ent consideration of'ixim Jias brought to light an ordinance of Lincoln's Inn, 400 years old. "Urbanus Sylvan," in the last Cornhill, writes: "In 1605 there is a resolution of the bench that any one at" the clerk's commons shall be decorously 4:lad, and not with his shirt in. facie populi ultra diploidem, i. e., stieking out in public vie# .be...

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. — 27 October 1900

1 $%$' fe .A' I® 5rr i- -m§B V* S]' *',C liwmyt stasi V" -v: Of all the Chinese .representatives who at one time, or another have made 14 Washington .jtheir home" the most /V charming is the present minister', Wu I Ting- Fang, writes a correspondent'' The minister is a man of finished edu cation and h^igh culture, a wide reader a thinker and a philosopher.. His Eng \,,y|lish is perfect, and his ways and njan- 7 ners are those of a finished diplomat His wife, who weighs less than a hun dred pounds, isf a slender,- olive-skin- ne(i' Into the privacy of the inner" resi­ dence no Christian has ever penetrated, yet madame says smilingly that she likes the life here, and likes "being an American woman." Minister Wu says that in America his wife shall do ex­ actly as she pleases, but in China—well that is different. In China she is a Chinese woman and that means a non ,c entity. Minister Wu openly reviles the :'•& corset and- sa^s that women who wear Wu llng Fang Is a Thinker and Philo...

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. — 27 October 1900

THE msm f«'W cm IS ilp nlm^v "tfe--* Vv 1 f# i" (cook mm imMip: CHH«f MUftrHY. Proprietor »a« ftbUsto, TERMS, S1.00 A YPAR IN ADVANbe fJPUBIJSBED EmmfitoMfe" GRANP MARAIS. MINN.. 0£T. £7,190(^ COOK CODMR DIRECTORY Got. up this year, COUMTY OFFICERS. District—F. Jackson DiBlrlct—Q. Olson .. ....First J'A ,A^CoxniBiBBionew .,....Second *9 ,J .. .Third Dit io S Jjkely to ificrpae.p, a f*, 1 j. fli Districtr-H. Engelsoq Auditor...........— .Chris. Murphy Treasurer .Cl)asf J. Johnson •^Register of Deeds.. ... C. H. Oarbak jBfterlff ......H. Gulbransen 'Judge of Probate .".p. Rindel ^Attorney... .1,.U. 0. Titus p/Surveyor.. ...........John Morrison Coroner. H. I), Jonea Bop't. of Schools., ............:.... Wm. Ellqiiist J'Ptyces!......... Geo,p. Durfee MACCABEES. Ooema Tent No. 98.—Regular reviews held every second and fourffi Saturday, Visiting -knights eordi^Uy welcomed. L. U. C. Tittjs, Com. CHBIS. Mdbphy R. K. Boosevelt is easily the most wide-? ty advertised man in the campaign/ .Th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 October 1900

A £*,•! N ill# Ati&tor Murphy ndtiog fr^nis at Hovtend. 4 The Inditnswill reisdwetth' payment next Thursday. ip§QT'?' Noel Hamlin®, of her® during the week. T. P. Menziw, of Dulnth, was here during the week. '4 P. Paine left Jimridayon a bast nees trip to Duiuth. r. ilit BergBteiD, of Two Harbors, is here with a stock of Roods. County Attorney Ti tus ia in the weBt* ern part of the county. MiiThA. lirf* Hi* «,.» *w maa for Duiuth and elsewhere. '•& J. L. Lundin returned the first of the week from a visit to Dulnth. "v Treasurer Johnson is on a business trip to Duiuth and other points. ,7 Gea H. Mayhew left on the Dixon Thursday for a trip to DulCftbf Axel Berglund. who is engaged at Gooaberry Biver for the: Nestnr estate, is visiting his parents at Maple Hill. The Butler-Byan Co. get an addition­ al crew of men down by the Bon Ami yesterday. There were ll of them. Among the passengers for Dulnth on the Dixon Tharsday, were Miss .Don avan, Mrs. B. Jacobson and John Dorf avan,...

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. — 27 October 1900

pv K* i£v fe m~i (hr slfx?. pra^l? w$~ Bb& w? mams CHAPTER VI.—(COHTINU3D.) When John awoke Jt 1 kwas broader hint been needed, there was the case of bis old friend. John was no drunkard, though he could at times ex­ ceed and the picture of Houston drink­ ing neat spirits at his hall-table struck him with something like disgust. He hung back from meeting his old friend. He could have wished he had, not come to him and yet, even now, where else was he to turn? These musings' occupied him while he dressed, and accompanied him into the lobby of the house. The door stood open on the garden doubtless, Alan had stepped forth and John^did as he supposed his friend had done. The ground was hard as iron, the frost still rigorous as he brushed among the hol lies, icicles jingled and glittered in their fall and wherever he went, a vol­ ley of eager sparrows followed him. Here were Christmas weather and Christmas morning duly met, to the de­ light of children. This was the day of reunited f...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 October 1900

•r r, ,T 1 "K WMTWA" rr W-'-S JI^Y.-XS1 Thliifp to Discover. Faces of pansies, sweet and rare Cheeks of apples rosy i.^.1 Eyes of potatoes, lying there ,• In Mother Eafrth's bed cozy. •,••• v.-'' Ears of the corn-clan, listening 7 To the gossip of the breeze **.» Say, little men and women, Have you ever t"hought of these? Heads ^-plenty in cabbage tribe, *•1 Curly heads and red heads, too Necks among the summer squashed A bit crooked, it ih true. Hands where timid grape vines clam ber, •Clinging-to the old stone wall Say, my little men and women, Have you thought about them all? .Temper among the pepper people, Tears when onion folks are near Dainty bonnets on the strawberries, Skin upon the russet pear. Now then, little men and women,' See what else you can discover Put your glasses on and find them— Wonders all the wide world over Five Puppies and a DolL The five puppies at Rose Hill farm eat in a coriier of the wood- house, looking very sad, and talking togeth­ er in dog language...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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