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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 October 1900

aft fS&fc I,.-'* Br- An Ant Slave-Raid. Huber, the great Swiss specialist, was walking one evening in tlie out­ skirts of &e"hgva when he observed in the road a legion of a commdn sort of rteddish ant forming a marching, mass eight or ten inches long by three or four broad. They struggled through a thick hedge, and, while Mr. Huber fol­ lowed and watched them,, made their way for some distance across a grassy pasture without separating and finally came near the hillock of a community of dark ash-colored ants. Some of its inhabitants were guarding the en­ trance, but, on the discovery of the approach of the raiders, dashed forth to attack the vanguard. Tactics vary in this respect. One sort of ant leaves only the smallest possible entrances to its burrows, and its soldiers, who are provided with heads of extraordi­ nary size and toughness, hold the fort by deliberately plugging up the gates with their big foreheads and defying the marauders to enter. These ash-colored sentine...

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. — 3 November 1900

y'j **x' Wk m- gar JX**r increase in the demand W KM VOLliMi: IX. ., •-g-- FAEM AND GARDEN. MATTERS^/OF INTEREST^ TO AGRICULTURISTS. Ml 1 j£J*z$» wJtUJPO.. 3ar Some Cp-to-Da^e Gnats .About Cultlra -j tiou of thd Soil apd' Yields Thereof— Horticulture, Vitlenltan and. JFloplcul- 'Xrfrt^£- Ui BnTopei?f4SSi. Professor John B.s§mith. state en- ,'^tomologist 6£ New Jersey, has just" '. .\ ."returned from abroad,, where he went to investigate the restrictions against 1 ^Ameripan fruits. Professor Smith -also investigated the methods of handling .?Ji^nsect *n European countries. With regard to the "fruits Professor ^Smith^scertained t^at it -would be &$•.'- practically impossible \for American 5®^ fruits to be shipped into France ex f^'eePt by treaty arrangement. French officials have an idea vthat Efforts to exclude all Ameri- pjscan fruits are tabooed1. If the fruit is Ifforced through there is-so much-retfe ^&«V^tape.-..about that the fruit spoils be- American fruits have been a...

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. — 3 November 1900

psw s:# •l-v f:h' Sr ''f- It is easier for a person to beat* all the misfortunes of his neigbors than a single one of his own. London has 6,102 physicians '1 the provinces, 15,794 Wales, 1,1£| |(co]t-. land, 3,462, Ireland. 2,559. 'fM J-• '.V '1$ An authority on cats says that blue^ eyed cats are always deaf, and that pure white oxi^g^ afflggsg to tfce' «a*ne pip j|P J,', ••'.: Sy -'X-7 & So useful are toads in gardens that they are sold in France by the dozen for stocking gardens to free them from many injurious insects.. The postal savings bank system is in operation in Austria,^ Belgium^ Can­ ada, France, Hungary Italy, Nether­ lands, Sweden, and in most of the col­ onies. r* -1 It is stated that George Shergold, the Gloucester (England) shoemaker who 24 years ago invented the safety bicycle, is living in poverty though he made millions for others. He is notw 76. Taking advantage vol the "closed season," a bull moose came out of the Maine woods, recently, and took.. a stroll ...

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. — 3 November 1900

rf0UfL?he ,v A LOV ^ONO^|#li|i The moon shines pale •IJke a p^arl «et over brow U-tltet .where 14 many homeward bird ih the Mr And the hedges thrill with, the thruahe*. though my love tie farttfer '&w&y frotariie 'Than the East from- the West, or the day from, the night, have turned my face to his dwelling place hK V'~I '"^Than the tree the bird that Jilts on Its bopigh, f4 I jTet since the winds love's -messehgers be "»8 They will bear htm my kisses,- .trow! "And you really wapt my op] this question, Fred?" inion ifi ,v Yes, and "I'm'all attention.'V "And you promise, not to uae^ iny riews in your behalf?" "I promise anything and every­ thing I am perfectly disinterested and am seeking information only to benefit my fellow men." ^'Really? Such unselfishness is ex­ ceptional in one so yoqng but I sup­ pose you have become imbued with the statistical mania or thirst for ven Vgeance since your experience with the £'. census "My armor of good nature Is Im­ penetrable .tonight. ...

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. — 3 November 1900

I'i '^THECOOK CbONTYBEfcALD, S3 oPEieijiPipER-flf cook comm. *5 fc CHRI5. MURPHY, Proprietor MA jitter, CLAJTTT H. CARHART. TERMS, $1.00 A Y«5AR (N AbVA^Ce, PUBLISHED EYERY SATB0H. GRAND,MARAIS, M|N».. NOV- 8, lflPQ. COOK COUNTY WTORY. jmsmM*: COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge of Probate, w.': Attorney... fsSSK (. .. .First Dlstrict-R-F.Jackson Conuntqedonen-J ......Second Di8trifit?-ft. Olson .Third Ubtrictr^A Engelson Auditor.....* ... Treasurer.. .'.Vi Register of Deeds.. .. ,: .-Sheriff., ,.r |& Surveyor ... .• ^9 Coronet:.....,:.,...... dp! Pup't. of Schools.:..'.v.* /Vustfc^l 4^/.,-'. T— *i, |5i$...Geo.H. Durfee" »V—~^W-1 v- 1^'JV itACCABEESf. OOESTA TENT No.'98.—Uegularjfevlews hel~ J,/ every second and fourth taipday. $ltflti"£ knights eordJaHy welcomed. -•"*2" §|S ':L.tJ.c:!rn^3,Com' g,£\ CHftis. MCBPHY R. K. The paramotint issue with every can­ didate for office is "my eleotion*" B«nhtor Habna seems to be one those^who regard the clown as the etai of the whole circus.' .. If our ...

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. — 3 November 1900

A, -v $ ,% WW Mn^ Cla^i «fiftil ia Dttluth. *, liOiiii ind AlfredJ3Hlingao^wereviaitr on dtttinft the week. _•• '1} The Major Iane and too*, Belle Gcoot are'io the harbor beh. •, George H. Mayhew retn rned from Jul«th on ib& Boo AmlThbi'sdny. .'? Mrs. H*rn»n Helmeraon r*tnrm-d"th. Brat of the week frotti trip to Dnluth Auditor Mnrphy yieitad at Orcti Portage andHovland datingthe wwk. County Attorney Titda was at the eastern part of the ooonty during the A titimber of the people1from here ae «ompanied theIndian agent to Gr,n Portage. 0. A. A* Nelaob ami Thomas I. Curler, of Lntoen, are here looking over the po­ litical situation. Miss Lucy Montfwrr «nd and Jeroine Monterraud, of Qraiid'".Forfoiy are plaiting fnende here. Town Olerk Fred Jaoksop, of HtiV land,wae here during the week for elec­ tion supplies for his township. Town Olerk Louis Engelson, of Tofte, was here Thursday to get'-the ballots and election supplies for his township. Owing to a heavy northeast storm, which las...

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. — 3 November 1900

lpi«fc» & -.' %0' Si •Mr -'i t* Ss^V.' OBljr, two men stood not far off in talk, :«nd their presence, seen from afar, set Joha's pulses buzzing. He might have epered himself his fright, for the pair ^V were teat in some dispute of a theologi cat complexion, and with lengthened wpper: -lip and enumerating fingers, ^wmroed tt»" matter of their difference, no,heedto John. lfb Easmj,*Bb,-Mt "JM-TX^SSy PP '^CHAPTER Vni. N front of Donald Ron'i /"Hospital, John counted, it good fortune 'to perceive a cab a great way offhand by muoh" shouting and waving of' his W catch the notice of the driver., He* counted it good ^fortune, for long the tohim yil p|im dBM forever lie should1 witbthe he ehould cifcafci Inert to ^'.h wbmaa et Lodge and farther he must to to -|k:.' the greater find a cab, the chance that the lnevit- M» discovery had takta- place, and return to find the gar- |ps§*jij&? full ef angry neighbors. Yet when vV9V1ffc» drew up he was sensibly recognize the, jport-wine the ni...

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. — 3 November 1900

wss ll m\fJJ i: r,' .iv l0$ J'lOT ^,,u^sSI l$f fen the tetter Vaves 1 Ww|||||, Beaten and tossed about fey the sullen winds that bfbw Frotn the 4e^ats,«horeB of doubt-f^,, rffi Am Sj: f- L4J"V /When th« antflirors that faithvhad cast Ace dragging in the gale,, "y IX am quietly holding fast To the things .t^a^ -cannot fia^ 't know ihat rlg&fc'is ",rigli£ That It ts not good to^ll'e^i) vWjThat Iove Ma better than spite, $ And a,neighbor .than aspy. *1 know that paBaton needs*. The leash 'Of a sober mih&j jf't \H% know that generous deeds 'Some «ure reward will ftnd4fen ifo y.i .^f'Si I was disappointed in my Ifiend. .We /jv«had arranged to attend the day on the \o f\j~ river. I had not met him Jor years, not since our Balliol days, tffltil saw "Y,) Um a^in after seven years At the Vi varsity eporttti 4n the early «pBing. jHe was the «ame -as ever—stanch and -J genuine and generous. It waB 3*e -who ..had suggested and settled the .details of our tr% an "the river. It was to be ...

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. — 3 November 1900

-iP Wry- hkt Mm fi 'PSr iff'' r^PK.'- 1 Wi y. a •m smm w&g. ki 1 Since WUli^ G6«B8 toSchool. -.r Since Willie goes to school tli§ dayp Ife? Are always full of peace, And in a hundred little ways" The cares of life decrease •,,-.j. .The halls dr6 -littered up no more With blocks and tops and traps No ^marbles lie upon the floor]1' ~i\~-a* E$ But are we- happier than before?—A Ah, well, perhaps—perhaps, S't- W.siIf Since Willies goes to school the: cats Lies dozing in her nook^^^J^ pi".There are no startling screeches that -T.r Make 3,11 the neighbors look & His playthings are all piled, away, No books bestrew the floor,/*- •h..:u But 1 have found-a hair today, Deep-rooted, glistening and gray, ,m That hid itself before. Sipce Willie goes to school I heat Is. No pounding on the stairs, Nor am I called to help my dear Z1, Make horses of the chairs A sense of peace pervades the place, And I may be a fool "To shed the tears that streak my faceC But a boy is in my baby's, place,: ...

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. — 10 November 1900

A Si VOLUME IX. Maude Sefton was furious with Jack Hamilton for his absurd conduct of the night before, "It's easy to see," my dear, how and, why she has takensociety by storm. I wonder if Jack rHamilton had met her before? His attentions were en­ tirely too conspicuous!" said Julie. "He knew her before. Where could they have met?" she repeated mus­ ingly. Maude Sefton bit. her lips and a gleam of distressed anger flashed from her handsome eyeis. There was a ring at the hall door, and Julie's answering flush empha­ sized sufficiently wbp l±he caller must be. "Tell us about c£be beautiful mys teiy," Mrs. Seftottljiaid, going forward with outstretched hands. "Julie arid I are dying to know if she ever had a flower stand, as some say, on Broad­ way." .. "Shall I tell you how she has lived?" he asked, after a pause, controlling himself and his voice with difficulty. "She has spent the beautiful years of her young life in doing lofty deeds of purest charity." Jack pulled up with ia short...

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. — 10 November 1900

grajtomaria^w- You cannot dream yourself into a character you* must hammer and forge yourself one. "A" last year, while Vieiina had only 387, 000 and Hamburg 278,960. Love is the wondrous angel of life that rolls away- all the stones of sor­ row and suffering from the pathway of duty. It takes a lifetime of experience to teach us that we are our town best friend that we ape our own worst, enemy we never learn. -t«»' Vr Nothing simplifies life like obedi­ ence. We sometimes think we are be­ set by problems, that life is a very difficult and complicated afFair. It Is not really so. All life is simply doing or bearing the will of God. There is never more than one. duty for one mo­ ment. 1 Sp. Mr. Skinner, reports that several com­ panies have already made application to the French government for permis­ sion to drive wells in this newly dis­ covered petroleum district. Not long ago an Arizona rancher posted the following notice on a* Cot­ tonwood tree, not far from his place of abode. ...

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. — 10 November 1900

'8%- it: Sk I'IP FARE AND ^ARDEN. i, ~m. 1 2 ft V* _v\ 3» 'i» IS i' 1 .Vl „m^1I, -MATTERS %F' INTEREST I AGRICULTURISTS. the ,'i'llcover fo jj^-pome tJp^to-Datc Hints About Calami tlon of the SoU and Yields Thereof-^ |fe'v Horticulture, TitloolhiN ftnd Flbrioal- I & .JCBK fe' MMsiy 'i~H 'i: fSplfe Sife P»n»le«'!I^fo* WlB'tar'and 'Sunlit' Tl&frmt->i Pip./ L'-/:'/'' /v•v /l/v// :,/\ ^^jfafter covering the seed. If the soil is %$^ldry it should be well watered after the •.'• vl: Late in August or early In September u'jselect a' cool, moist, parti ally-?h%$$d /•tnplace for the seed-bed, dig ther soil l^ideeply, and make it as fine as jpossible. ^^Sow seed thinly in drills, onelhalf viach deep and six to eight inches ufrtiy, "apart, but firm 30il' wel1 is covered, and then place A lights .V1 covering of hay or straw over the be^ until the young plants are well st&rtedH 'J this mulching is not necessary if the ^seafeon is moist at the time of sowing,* v'.?being used only t6...

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. — 10 November 1900

^£.-r^-kettl© I i, 4 P( THE.CQOK COUHtY-HERALD^v OFFICIALPAPER wgasfc^ S**#1 jf ^Auditor.... ^Treasurer Surveyor.,']. .:.,. w'f/ Coroner ^LP^iSup't. of Schools.... ^l^v K- Jcslkes,,,..*v *r ifei lit of cooK arorn. ?. JVJUFTPHY, tfrot:RIETO£*n4 Publisher. CLARK H. CAlMAfti Editor 'i TERMS, $1.00 A Y^AR IN ADVANCE. potaew '^GlIANP If A BAIS, MINN.., NOV. 10, •k V. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. .-. C^- v^-V "v^-3 ... COUNTY x,r ot Deeds ^pgF*gi'«ter Sheriff Judge of Probate.,. if/'*1 Attorney. ,• V.,,,:. .Cb r& .Murphy CbariM. Johnson ,...k...C. H. Cnrhari ,.'.. :H. Gulbranaen P. Rindel .j I. Ii. U. O. TituB ... .7. John Morrison H. D, Jones W E is I.. .Geo. H. Durfee S ,MACCABEE£J. '.• OOKMA TENT No. 98 —Regular"reviews held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting '-knights cordially welcomed. I? .L U. Q.toU8,Gom. CHRIS. MUSPHV R. JT, Sawing wood always produces more satisfactory results than sawing the- air. Even the politicians realise- that the Xbluffing is now over, and tliat/mlyv...

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. — 10 November 1900

1 ft 1:1 -4 \Js fr i: happeninqs. CountjrAttomey ftita* want to Jni Inth .yesterday. Judge Qeo. H. Dtt^ae tu in Duluth during the week. "V Dare Carriboo went toPuluthon the Bon Ami yeeteaiay. Mrs. John Butler left Taeedey night to Tint friends in Ashland. H. May hew left yesterday morning on a business trip to Dututb. Olof M.Fredrioksonis in Duluth at­ tending to busineaa matters. Judge George H. Durfee went to Da luth on the Dixon Tueeday. (jfodfray Plants want to Grand Portage Thursday for a few days visit. Dr. H. D. Jones left mi the Bon Ami yesterday morning forDulnth. John L. Lnndin went to Dntatb last Wednesday moroio&on business. Ohris. Johnson went to Duluth Tues­ day to attend to businees matters. Mrs. Louis Plant* aooompanied her husband on bia mail-trip this week. August Hokanson went to Tofte to Wte, returning on the Dixon Tiinradny. Key. Andrew Pederson, of Maple Hill, went to Dulntb on the Bon Ami yester­ day, John Eliasen, of Horland, waa a pas­ senger on tha Dixo...

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. — 10 November 1900

rAe p- I* lit imp IS WH. fcHAP^ER IX^—? Any strong degree of passion lends, j? tren to the dullest, the forces of Jmag &• (nation: -And now as he' dwelt on what was probably awaiting him at .the end ef his- distressful drive—John, who saw things little, rememt^to&ilheix^ ies8| atad could not have describedHheJh: at •11, beheld in,*ks ^miiid^J^^ergar-' ''-"^en of the Lodge, detailedas in a *napi went to and fro in it, feeding ibis terrors he saw the hollies, tlia snowy borders, the paths where he had sought Alan, the high,, conventual walls, the .. 'abut door—what! wius the. door shut?. Ay, truly, he had shut it—sl*ut in his mkney, his escape, his .future life—shut it with these hands, and none could BOW open $t{ fie heard the snap: of "the •pring-lock like something burstingin his brain, and sat as stunned. And then he "woke" again, terror far r' ring through his vitals. ?^This- was .np timetobeidlejhe must be up and doing, he must think. Once at tile end jf this ridiculous ...

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. — 10 November 1900

$ f"* t. I By Captain Ht R. Lemly. When the American governor gen­ eral issued his famous order requir­ ing all children to be properly clothed In the street there was consternation in San Juan. Previpus to our 6ccu? pation the lower or working classes had never thought of putting clothes upon a young child, especially in the country and as a result the island was filled with brown little Adams and Eyes, without even the biblical fig-leaf to hide their,nakedness. Porto Rico, you must know, is near­ ly as thickly populated as Belgium, and many of the people are very poor. To some parents it was a positive hardship to clothe their numerous off­ spring, and, moreoyer, it was not con­ sidered necessary, because of the mild climate. The governor general, how­ ever, entertained .other views. To his military and somewhat stern eye the picturesqueness of the landscape was not enhanced by any number of narked babies. He would have liked to put uniforms upon'them, such is the force of habit a...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 November 1900

E' bi mi-i 1? A Farewell., My fairest child, I have no song to give ¥r you s,:' 4'No lark could pipe to skies so dull I '-and Yet, ere we part, one lessonlcan leave •n Fo r. every. So the ant's uncle said that it would be all right, for he always said some­ thing of that kind when .his wife talk­ ed about giving a partyv He was sleeping early "the next morning, when Shis wife woke him and said: "Benjamin, Benjamin, did you remember to set the lemons and the sugary j: 'Vj. "No," replied the ant'-s uncle, as he rolled over again in bed. "The gro­ cery store was closed." "Then you will have to go into the kitchen of the man's house and get as much as you can carry before the .cook gets up." "The last time I /was there," mut­ tered Benjamin, "I -nearly got blown up with the kerosene can." J, By the time the ant's uncle got' back to his house he found more than a hundred ants of all kinds walking up and down and carrying all kinds of provisions. "You are very late," said the ant's aunt. ...

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. — 17 November 1900

/. 2. W' ••rb •afcLateL ateAtatertt ite.A fe te (Copyrighted, 1900, Dally Story Pub. Co.) The birdawere singing blithely in the. valley and on the mountain, and there wag a joyous echo in the girl's heart as she tripod along the rough path­ way. Babara Graves was going away, and she was glad. All nature was awake early as if to bid. her a fond farewell. The old Dame's children' knew her step and loved her voice. Her feet barely gave the caressing grasses time to kiss them, so quick and graceful were their spring her .pretty, brown *hands were filled with flowers, Jbr they seemed to leap into them, af­ fectionately, as site passed. A gor­ geous butterfly majestically floated be­ fore her, and a. brown-lizard winked good-humoredly as he glided along. The white kitten, its leg tied loosely to the gate-post, pleadingly, mewed, and Barbara's heart smote her, 'as its •cries grew fainter. She could not take It with her. Alas! now that she was actually going, the kitten represented sb many ...

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. — 17 November 1900

l'£M fpb Srfsf?'1 \m r-f^Phe wornoUfcuniforms ofjthe British army are Sold '€ft' atictioh/ each year p| and bring back into tbe treasury near ly $150,000, j{®n Will The undertakers .of Cincinnati have formed a trust. Doubtless the mem spsfM^ bers will: boycott all. their acquaint- ances who persist in remaining alive.' j&l&^^The Mexican eensjis, recentlygi'com fW'ii? pleted, shows a total population of 12, 491,573, over two-thirds-iOf ,whom are y\|' illiterate. Over 80 per cent of the pop b?V£, ulatlon is of mixed or Indian blood. This year's wine yield in France is expected to be exceptionally abundant. The "Moniteur Vinicole" estimates the total output for France at 55,000,000 hectolitres, as compared with 48,000, 000 in 1899. ..Having duly annexed the1 Transvaal, Gen. Roberts appeals td the Boers to stop fighting As they are now, from the British'point of view, legally sub­ jects of Queen Victoria, why not have the Boers arrested? j' Lord Rowton, who is the literary execu...

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. — 17 November 1900

a J* 1* *a t. .8 Jg •(. *h '1 $3 $ lljis'flSfS Miss Lorimer had her own reasons if or such "unusual care of her appear­ ance. A belle and a beauty, acknowl­ edged leader in society, .people pon­ dered that, at 35 years of age, she j^i&Jraa unmah-iecL^V,Man after man for •h J-i "whom other women angled anxiously^ 1, r* hsts w§M nfWif Sf £f Jc- r* But—there was. a but—she honored I|iher lover tot) much to bring him a di­ vided heart. Years before she had be­ lieved herself in love with the cousin ,'of her most-intimatejfriend When he asked her to marry him she refused. Not many months later she received the announcement of his marriage to ^another ,.woman and thanked heavm. that she had not said yes. to so fickle 'A suitor. But the sting entered, her theart, and thereafter Miss Lorimer was y\^unemotional and unromantic. Tonight she was to meet for the, ^*ifirst time after ten years the man whose memory lingered with her stilll ,'f"fy,^*nd she felt nervously anxious. She 4 -wanted ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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