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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 February 1901

f. M^.r J&.' c-lK' o. #%k Or Under a Spell. CHAPTER, XX—(Continued.) "Your daughter! Is this lady your -daughter?" asked the doctor, in sur­ prise. "Who is she, then? Who are TOtl?" '^ne nameless, homeless, friendless," was the despairing reply—'one whose 'life wrong lias blighted and treachery darkened, until it has but one" hope, one light, one blessing left. Oh, ray -darling, my darling, the one treasure left me in this cruel world—save her »for me, doctor! Oh, save her, or I will roam this darkened ea.rth a madman, indeed! Save her! You have said there jwas hope." "Hope? Yes," answered the doctoi, whose heart was stirred with strange ••sympathy for this wild, erring being, "there is hope but it lies hot in the «kill of man. I can do nothing here Unit watch and wait. The hour of mid aight, sir, will decide your daughter's fate. Then the life-tide will ebb or flow." CHAPTER. XXX. Wn.tch.insr the Tide. Dr. Bond had watched by many sick f»els. and thought that he had wit­ nessed...

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. — 16 February 1901

•J VOLUME IX. His wife looked at him with re­ proachful brown eyes. "Oh, George, I am so sorry." "So am I, Marjie, if it worries you, but I don't see that a few days can make much difference." No earthly paradise is perfect George and Marjory had determined not to run in debt, and the drawing room of their house was bare, except­ ing for a few chairs and the window curtains. The window, occupied the whole front OJ. the room, and was merely two huge paries of plate glass. The owner had built a row pf. similar cottages, commodious villas he ^called them in his advertisement, and these front windows were the pride of his heart. Marjory detested them. She declared they made the houses look like shops, in spite_of the verandas, and she was in continual fear lest the costly glass might be broken Since the discovery that the lower sash was not properly hung, this fear was in­ creased. The sash went up all right, but, after a little while, came down with* a sudden rush. George had been prom...

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. — 16 February 1901

WANTED—Capable, flliable person, in every county fo represent lafge company of solid financial repUfation. $936 salary per year, pay­ able weekly, S3 per day absolutely sure and all expenses, straight, bona-fide, -definite palary, no commission, salary paid each' Satur­ day and expense jnoney advanced each week. Is* STANDARD HOUSE. f. 834 Dearborn St., Ohieag® Timber Land, Act June 3,1878.—Notice for Pub^ lication —United States Land Office, Duluth, Minn-. January 17,1901. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the aot of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act forth* sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, -Nevada and •\Vashington Territory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act of August 4. 1892, Ole Emerson, of West Superior, county of Douglas, Btate of Wisconsin, has this day filed in this office his sworn statement No. 4829 for the purchase of the (4 qf my M, swM of neM, and neM of bw'4, of Section No. 5 in Township No....

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. — 16 February 1901

NAME OF OWNKE AND T)ESOBIPTXON. Town M, Range 3 wests VemiiUon K&QS6 Land colofe 4. mu r%f owir same lot 3 new ofswi* T«r»«lfcjKaog .Lana!„lol,3,1 6ia Ba Town 59 Range 4 West. K°Fn U-d 0f neJ£» ne* fi Swendson Becker und 1-12 lots 4, 5 5 05 Johnson Gust & Denning R. und% lots 3,6, Bej'i of iiwk neVioiswii fi Leland & fcegog und^ lots 7, 8 6 und^ lots 1, 2,3 7C on 31 und^ hvfH. of nwM Hollander Gotlieb lots 6.7, se^ of swii. 7 men Cleveland John swjsi 9 160 Anderson Swan nwl4 of nevi 0 40 Larson O swJ4 of ne% "". 40 Helinski 1 Mund^ ne^ of seJ4 9 Battler Joseph und^ same 9 in Jamieson W & und}i nel4 of seli 9 5 Engels und% same 9 5 McAuliffe0 undii same 9 JQ Segog undJi lot 1. aeii of nwM, s»4 of nwk.'!!' ."' 10 19 56 Hagberg & A undj* same 10 39 12 Battler Jos undJ4 eya ofswJC, nwj^ of swM.. 10 30 Helinski und}4 same 10 30 McAuliffe ntid^ same '!io ?0 Jamieson W & und)6 same .... .. 10 15 Engels und HI same 'to 15 Hylander Jos undi4 w!4 of eyt 11 so Lofdahl N...

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. — 16 February 1901

Undistributed Tax Collections Undistributed Penalties Total Balances Less Overdraft in: County Rond und Refund Account Total Overdraft. f,rom penalties on taxes of 1899 To the Credit of the Following Funds: County Revenue County Poor Private Redemption FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF COOK COUNTY, MINNESOTA,' For the Fiscal Year Ending January ist, 1901. OFFICE OF COXTNTT AUDITOR, Ome Mill School State State School Bond Sinking Bond Interest Undistributed taxes 11111111111 Undistributed penalties 111111111111111.1111 Total Balances Less Overdraft In: County Road Fund Balance in Treasury January 1st, 1901. Auditor $ 1058 55 Chas. J. Johnson Coun­ ty Treasurer 898 31 L. IL V. Titus Connty Attorney. RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS BY FUNDS. State Fund. RECEIPTS, Fron tax collections 1876 16 hnnting license ..• 3 50 Bal in treasury Jan 2,1900 6 50 Total DISBURSEMENTS. Paid State Treasurer "1714 2^ Refunded taxes charged back. 2 44 Total Balance in treasury Jan 7,1901 5tate School Fund. RECEIPTS, From ...

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. — 16 February 1901

v/-" gained until Monday, Last Saturday evening Grand Marais' "Four Hundred" amused themselves toy having a "Poverty Soshul" at the court house. Many comical costumes were brought to light from old trunks and garrets, and presented to view. A few of these scary "get ups" were caught by flash-light by Photographer Murphy. Prizes were given to the lady and gentle­ man appearing in the most ridioulous costume: Miss Jaoobson, of Hovland, "took the cake" and Guy Titus was given a bottle of ketchup which was guaranteed to make his lame foot "catoh up" with the other. It is to be hopefd thatR. P. Paine's black eye has im­ proved ere this. A very nice lunch was served, being presided over by Mesdames R.P. Paine and L. U. C. Tilus. HOVLAND LOCALS. A dog-train was seen passing by in the distance on the ice on Monday headed eastward. A S. Carlson left over the ice for Grand Marais on Friday, returning with the Hoyland delegation on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bonne&t came up from cSmp on...

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. — 16 February 1901

& $ I I Or Under a Spell. CHAPTER XXII—(Continued.) "I will be silent, if you wish it sir," ••answered Herbert, who realized what -A struggle this conciliatory tone cost )hls father. "I will be silent, but that 4s all I can yield, even to your wishes.. 3dy heart will ever be the same, and «#verv effort in my power will be made to Unravel the mystery that siurrotmds this unhappy girl's fate for my opin­ ion Is unalterable that she met her death in shielding me frcm a shot that would Lave bereft you of a son." Mr. Clive started, and a sudden tre­ mor of alarm broke the stern repose his face. After a moment he spoke again, but with evident perturbation: "I have Ions wished you to take a trip to Europe—a tour of at least a year. I think that, under all the cir­ cumstances, you could choose no bet­ ter time than the present." "I understand you, sir," answered Herbert, bitterly. "You think I am a Child! still—that I can be diverted by a change of scene—that in other climes will learn ...

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. — 23 February 1901

-V VOLUME IX. "Yoo say you don't believe in fate," you fellows," said young Fred Julian, as he entertained a party of boon com­ panions in his bachelor rooms. "Well, that's because, a£ present, you haven't had an opportunity of judging frogr' personal experience." "Well, and have you?" asked a chorus of voices. "Rather!. It was a little incident that occurred about six months ago, interesting—to me, at least—and if you like I'll tell you all about it." "Do," said his friends, and the young man lounged back in his chair, and with his eyes on the fire commenced his narrative without more adib. "It was one lovely day in the July of last year," she began, "and I was start­ ing jubilantly off for a month's holi­ day at Scarborough. Knowing my luxurious habits as you do, my friends, you will not be surprised to hear that when I reached King's Cross I selected a corner seat of a first-class smoker, and provided myself with plenty of cigars and magazines. To complete my anticipation of a pl...

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. — 23 February 1901

"~i| rf-1: HE COOK COUNTY HERALD. ...' OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK 'GOUHTY. it! £HR1S. MURPHY, fijroBrietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, pditor.N IERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE, PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MJNN.. FEB. 23, 1901. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. S COUNTY OEFJCPHS. First District—F. Jackson Second District—Gf. Olson ....Third'District—H. Engelscm Commissioners-! Auditor .Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas. j. Johnson Register of Deeds..'I... ..5. H. Carliart Sheriff VH, Gulbransen Clerk of Court C. H. Oarhart judge of Probate.' T. W. Mayhew Attorney.. ..,H. D. Jones Surveyor. 1 Harris Mclver Coroner A.J.J ohn^on Bup't. of Schools Wm. Ellquist MACCABEES. OGEMA TENT NO. 98.—Regula^ CHRIS. MURPHY B. K. jerie^s held every second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. TJ. C. Trrus, Com. "WANTED—Capable, reliable person in every county to represent* large company of solid financial jeputation, 8936 Balary per year, pay­ able weekly, 83 per day absolutely sur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 23 February 1901

S^NAJCB or OWNER AHD WM DESOBIPTION. li^r AHD E^XIL^^'IL^ ^Jt*5 fS* 1S ^v'Ov". 1 \8 W i* I -. O t* 1 1 v, CP 3 3 te&^Town «. Range 3 went1 S8&KSRV**^-^••""•"™:.::::i 1§ getrie Wiand24swk'of sw*'IIIIII 2fi 87 Si^rore Mining co nwk of ask ... '"Tffiasx? -*•••••::....§ Merchant A and 1-4 mime If 1% B^JtyLMund3-561ot8l,2,3,4,5,8...... 04 bchatzeH und 3-56 same ur mo* Rose A und 3-56 Wne inql IngeiBollHSund3-56 SStame *'"m to 94 Johnson August 3-56 same "35 10 94 McLennan Jas und 1-8 same «e KNickerbocker und 1-20 satne IA OO Plum JH und 3-56 same in as OarringtonET und3-56 same in IS Campbell James undl-io same ""'& so #, Lester Geo und 1-10 same us 9n io Sweeney und 1-5 same ""%& In JM Niles 8arah E und 1-20 same BalchA Vetalund$-6se)4ofswJ4 ""$& McArthur Eric sw^ of se)4, lot 8.... ,35 04 W cook County Iron do swfc of uwfc ...... ....'""^ 40 00 Town 59 Bange 4 West. prp«r™phnU°d i~anJ4o£neJ4,ofne}4.neJ4 of nw4 1 53 33 irr^sconx* l-o samft I Campbell W und 1-3 s»ine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 23 February 1901

V- -'. Or Under a Spell. CHAPTER XXXVIII. (Continued. "Have you seen her lately"—Fenton was biting his tawny mustache, re­ flectively—"Fannie—Miss Clive, 1 mean? Have you seen her?" "Oh, dear, no!" answered Miss Mari «n, quickly. "I couldn't call, under the circumstances it would be so em farrassing. What could one say?" "Very true,"' said Fenton, throwing the fragments of Fannie's little note, one by one, into the fire. "What could •one say? It would be embarrassing. lA.nd—and you say they have left the Tbwers? I would not have time to •call but there is a little packet I would like to—ahem!—to send to Fan "aie—to Miss Clive, I mean—if you •would take charge of it." And Lieut. Fenton Forest, as he «polce, stammered and hesitated in a way very foreign to his usual brazen self-posse.ssion, and looked as a man might look who felt himself a cur 01 the lowest degree. "Indeed, you will have to excuse me, Lieuetnant!" said Miss Marian, with a malicious little laugh. "It wouldn't do at all...

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. — 23 February 1901

a HAPPENINGS. OO 0^»-h rt 3 9Q 4TE3l SliE ?ip- ,:| Misd Ella Mayhew has been quite sick rAjf" daring the past few days bat is able to 'V" be around again.' SurpriRo party 011 Dr. and Mrs. Jones was given last Saturday evening it being their thirty-eighth wedding anniversary. most enjoyable time was spent by ®11 and a delicate and tasty lunoh.was '•v||t%#served. A. party wap given at the^ reeidenoe of *,( Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Murphy day evening last and a very pleasant time was spent'by those present. Games, dancing and vooal music were among the important features. It was re­ marked by all that the floor was es­ pecially fine for dancing. HOVLAND LOCALS. Emil Eliasen had the misfortune to fall on the ice on Monday and lame lus houlder but is rapidly recovering. A. S. Carlson came up from Big Bay to attend the "surprise" and ably repre­ sented that settlement down the shore. Farmer Brunes sold a "beef" to Man­ ager Bonnett of the Lyman Lumber oamp the first of the week at a profit­ ab...

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. — 23 February 1901

'W- mi: Or Under a Spell. r' CHAPTER, XXV—(Continued.' He had left too soon, too soon. There might have been some trace of ffcbil discovered if he had, waited longer. His father "would take no in -tpsrest In the search, now that he haa •gone. Indeed, had he not said that the matter must be dropped entirely He had hurried away, at a moment's ttidding, like a thoughtless, unreason­ ing child and left his love, his darling, lying in a nameless, bloody grave, un «otwred, unavenged! Oh. he had been mad-7-weak as well -as mad—to let his father's stern preju­ dices of caste influence him at such a time! Sybil, his beautiful, gentle, sor­ rowful Sybil—nih it had been surely a •prophetic shadow that had warned her from his side, a .presentiment of evil 'that made her shrink from visiting his home—that home within whose fatal borders she had found a cruel death! Everything spoke of her to his tor­ tured memory. The pale moonlight -oeemed to typify her delicate beauty the foaming waves recalle...

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. — 2 March 1901

I" &. I K. if- !-v Through days of sorrow and of mirth. Through days of death and days of birth, Through every swift vicissitude Of changeful time Unchanged it stood. —Longfellow. The Cartons were an effectionate family. They embraced each other when they met. They kissed each oth­ er when they parted. They gave each other presents on birth-days, on anni­ versaries, at Christmas and Easter. When they met each of the five sisters aslced each minutely and in detail as to the children of the other. They ad­ mired each man who had married a Carton girl. They rivaled each other in affectionate admiration of the off­ spring possessing such desirable par­ ents. And they were quite convinced that the Cartons, separately and col­ lectively considered, were of the elect 'of earth and destined .to an immortal­ ity of unusual splendor. When their only brother married Marcia Wright, the family, with its proud unity and generosity, took her into the sacred enclosure of the Carton contingent. ...

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. — 2 March 1901

Setissssai E±=3 THE COOK COpTY HfRALD. 0FFg|i iiPiH £HRI§. MURPHY, proprietor and ftifyisfeer. jCjULRKH. CARHART, -^§FtttS, SI.OO A YEAR Iff ADVANCE. GR^-fP MA^AIS. MIN^.. MABGH ^i9Oi0 COUNTY DIRECTORY, CQUNTlf OFFICERS. Auditor {treasurer.. Register of De^da..... .... Sheriff....' ... ...'. pierk of Coi^rt ............ Judge of Probate.. ........ Attorney:.. .......... Surveyor. ii...... Coroner............... flup't." o,f- Schools...... CHRIS. MU^PHT R. K. .Chriq. Murphy ..iCh^s. J. Johnsou ......C. H. parha^t .".... .p. Gulbransen C. H. tyirhart T. W. Mayhew H. D. Jpn,es Harris Mclver A. J. Johnson '...tyipgj. E^auist MACCABEES. OQEMA Tsarr, NO. 98.—Regular review? HELD frery second and fourth Saturday. 'Visiting ^tUghts cor.dia.ily welcomed. L.U. C. TITUS, pom. TRAGEDY OF A LIFE. {Sailor Deserted by Friends DieflH Alone oh a Barren Island. His Skeleton Found ta Hi* Bnak wlttj A Diary by His Side in Whick Ha Had Recorded Hi» Terribla Experieneca, On TJnimak island, which giiarda ...

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. — 2 March 1901

''tSf ffpt'll iVlk/c^ 1 "•... ss* "A)'' ./• HAPPENINGS....,.. .... 5 Olof Johnson, of Liitsen, has Xhiluth on a badness trip. Olof M. Fredriokaon, of Lutsen, was siting friends here Thursday and Fri­ day. A Special meeting of the Board of "County Commissioners will be held on the 9th. Auditor Murphy has purchased twen ty acres of land at Chippewa City from JLntoineFilliaon. The lake was open this week up as far •as Knife River and the ice above there has not very thiok. There is a great deal of small pox at "the upper end of the lake. Several of the logging camps are quarantined near "Two Harbors. J. T. Oulbertson left for Duluth Mon­ day after spending a few weeks in the interior examining timber limits for the Bed Cliff Lumber Go. Treasurer Johnson left this morning lor Duluth, he was accompanied by J. L. Lundin and Robert Berg. Hie Diamond Match Company's men were with him also. R. E. Stevenson, who is superintend* •®tof the Diamond Matcb Company's "works at Ontonogan, arrived he...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 March 1901

Or Under a Spell, CHAPTER XXVIII. At "lie Providence." Til the neatest, whitest ward of the ^Sisters" Hospital, in the quaint little French town of our story re­ opens. Ten weeks have passed since" the •wires thrilled to America, the terrible news of the Ocean Queen's total wreck, and the excitement-loving pub­ lic are already weary of the oft-repeat­ ed story, and a thirst for a new one. Bttt in the quiet precincts of simple little D— it still remains a topic of undying interest, and the heroic men who brayed all the terrors of that dreadful night, to rescue the few sur Tivors on the doomed vessel are at the ^pinnacle of civic popularity. Silver medals have been voted them already by the mayor and council, and a detailed account of their heroism de­ posited with the archives of the town, for the edification and improvement of future generations, while the dwily pa­ pers containing descriptions of the «vent are in demand by young and old. But the waves of interest break si­ lently a...

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. — 9 March 1901

r'%^ .'J'&r 4 *,V f. •'«i iy 3. Pl». 1^4 kf t4 VOLUME IX. Chicago Chronicle: One lone flying fish—the first ever seen in Lake Mich­ igan or anywhere along the chain of America's inland seas—startled sev­ eral Chicagoans by appearing above the placid surface of the Lincoln park lagoon. According to the accounts of the eyewitnesses closest to the scene the winged fish rose from the lagoon in the vicinity of the high bridge sev­ eral times and was mistaken for a bird or water fowl of some sort. Not until a trio of park policemen had seen it and realized that it had a "fish's head and a scaly body and tail" was the true nature of the strange and unexpected visitor to Chicago's shores recog­ nized. Then began a vigil for further ap­ pearances of the hybrid member of the finny tribe, and with fishing nets, row boats and long poles a hunt was in­ augurated by the park animal keepers, with a view to capturing the mysteri­ ous sojourner as a novel and attractive addition to the park zoo....

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. — 9 March 1901

lips flu iiimw, mm THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF (JOOK COUNTY, fJHUlS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H, CARHABT, Editor. TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY^ GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. Clerk MARCH pt Couit .... ..C. H. Carhart Judge of Probate. T. W. Mayhew Attorney.. ...H.D.Jones Surveyor Harris Mclver Cjaxoner A. Wales' engagement is considered the worst blow he has received, as other owners will surely follow suit. The London Field gives prominence to a letter dealing with Lord Dur­ ham's charges against American jock­ eys, in which the writer regretfully chronicles the complete Americaniz­ ing of Newmarket. After saying that he agrees with Lord Durham', the /writer adds: "The rank and file of American visitors are an unmitigated nuisance. Visit New­ market any morning and what do you see? Buckboards and buggies in place°of Eng­ lish traps, American women with two colored hair and the complexion of a French clown, the American jockey and his e...

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. — 9 March 1901

HAPPENINGS. March came in like a lion this year, ^vill tell you later how it goes out. Peter Arneson, a Carver county boy who has been employed at the lumber camp the past win tec, left for his home near Cologne, this state. Last Tuesday was one of the coldest days we have had since last fall, the lake is still open, however, and an early arrival'of boats is expected. One of the men employed by Engelson & Tofte had a large tie fall on his leg last Monday, supposing' that it was broken word was sent for Dr. Jones at once, The Doctor found, however, that no bones were broken although the leg was badly bruised. Next Tuesday the annual Town meet­ ings will be held in the different town ships of the aounty. New officers are elected, taxes voted and general business transacted. All those who take an in­ terest in the town affairs should attend this meeting and noise their sentirtients. There is always a tendency to stay away and then kick on what is done, which is not giving those who...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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