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

«an ^jFZUUS7l ,* iT ^ifV?1 Or Under a Spell. CHAPTER XXX—(Continued.) A voice, low and sweet as the mur­ mur of the western, wind floated "through one of the western corridors, tn the notes of a well-remembered «omg: TI.ou In the sunlight, And I in the shade Bat, ah! by the sunlight The shadow is made. Thine be the gladness, And mine be the gloom, 'For Love, though thy triumph, Is only my doom! In silence and shadow. Through weal and through ill. My fate is to love And to follow thee still. Unseen and unknown Will I cling to thy heart, tFor fetters have bound me That death cannot part." L*.ke one spellbound, Herbert list­ ened, and then, letting the portfolio he Sbddi fall from his grasp, he turned •wlftly down the corridor whom which the song-notes seemed to come. It led to a sort of conservatory, •which had, a few months ago, been one of the madam's jet follies, but whose novelty had at present faded •away before some still more charmiug caprice. It was a mammoth aquarium—the -•to...

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 March 1901

•a, -jriL \^'4sAj VOLUME IX. IACES IN,STONES STRANGE PICTURES POUND IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS. "Hoodooa" In the Stones Ornamenting •ar Supporting: the Different Houses of the United States Government—Alleged Apparition of Asolnaldo. Not only for its "hoodoos" of the flesh is Washington famous, but also for, many that have made their myste­ rious appearances in. the stones or or­ namenting or supporting the different houses of the government. Some of them are positively uncanny, and are supposed to exert a baleful influence others are very good portraits, and still others are. remarkable only for their beauty and artistic value. They lave never appeared until the stones were in place,and most of them are particularly appropriate to their sur­ roundings. Perhaps the most famous is the "hoodoo of the postoffice." The postoffice has never been a very lucky building. From start to finish the "building seems to have been fated. Many were the accidents attendant on its construction, and not a fe...

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 March 1901

••4i wn TIE COOK COUNTY HERALD. jwicih mki of cook cpm^ CHRIS. nuiPMY. Hnrlflftr Mi PtlUsktr. CLARK H. CARMART, Editor. TBRMS, *1.00 A VIA* IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYEM8ITORDAT. GRANDlfAttAIS, MINN., MARCH lfl, ID&tt COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY COUNT! OFFICERS. Flnt District—F. Jackson Commissioners ......Second District—G. Olson (... .Third District—H. Kngelson Auditor Treasurer Register of Deeds Sheriff Clerk of Court Judge of Probate Attorney.. Surveyor Coroner Bup't. of Schools Chris. Murphy ..- Chas. J. Johnson C. H. Cnrhart H. Gulbransen ...... .4...C. H, Carhart T. W. Mayhew H. D. Jones Harris Molver ..A. J. Johnson Wm, Ellquist MACCABEES. OGEMA TKNT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held •very second and fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITOS, Com. CHBIS. MURPHY B. K. FAT ENGINEERS BARRED. ilr Silas M«a Kar Ru XoeoM*tlT«| oa tkc BaltlaMM A Ohio Railway. Firemen on the Baltimore & Ohio feilroad have suddenly become great* intereeted in looking up diets for...

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. — 16 March 1901

HAPPENINGS. Benjamin Boott o&me in from the woods Thursday, he trill day. go back Mon« Wm. Gallagher, of Duluth, arrived on the stage Monday morning and haa gone to tha interior. What has beooma of tha telephone idea, why not go ahead with it and get a telephone here. A daughter waa born to Mr. and Mrs. BobertBerg Wednesday. Mother and child are doing well. Treasurer Johnson returned from Da luth op Monday having been delayed on thfcr iu&d by a break down. W. A. Larke, of Chicago, waa here the first of the week. He returned to Du* lath by the stage on Tuesday. The Fancy Dress party tonight is ex. peoted to be just a little better than anything which hat been attempted be­ fore. Andrew Hedstrom cat his hand severe )y while chopping wood last Wednesday. Dr. Jones took some stitches in tha out aad it is doing well. A bill baa bean reccom mended to pass in tfca legislature whioh will increase the salary of the Judge of Probate in this county to $300 per year. B. G. Mitchell of t...

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 March 1901

*i' \S 4 1 i' $&• •'", A if* V*' ,. »v .-, ,i A %f"1 "S *Or Under a S I CHAPTER XXXII. (Continued1,)!8 -1 "*Tis the drug working now," whis­ pered the listening woman to herself. **It can loosen even his proud, still tonguo." In a dreamy tone, her master con «e4: "I was watching at his bedside—I, his nephew, his heir. Aye, had not Basil Clive always taught me to be Sieve myself liis heir? Had he not tac ttly accepted m'e as such, again and .again? rasping and' greedy to all the rest of tiie world, he had been gener «us and lavish to me alone—to me «lone "And, with the sunshine of fortune my future, I asked Agnes Dean 4® be myt wife. Her proud family would have-scorned the penniless law­ yer, but they smiled on the rich man's fcelr. We were betrothed, and1 my first «nd only dream of happiness begun, fc "I was thinking of her as I watched by the dying, man's pillow—thinking of her grace, her sweetness, her bright, gladsome beauty. I was planning, even then, our future—the future c...

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 March 1901

mAi u44 i{ J\ (, •Spates '1^ '-v" I r—: iiife &M fl$W^ 'v''% '-V?. V'* rc( *Ar .'» —V r" "v VOLUME IX, SHOILT STOpy or WLMK A DOUBLE CHANGE. OF OPINION He was a minister of the Episcopa­ lian fold—an "Anglican priest," as he would have expressed it—and he be­ lieved most ardently in the wisdom and advisability of a celibate priest­ hood. ."The church demands and should re­ ceive absolute singleness of devotion from her priests," was the way he stated the matter to his friend3. She was an artist, firm in the belief that a-real devotion to art admitted of no other loves or devotions. "One cannot serve the gods and at a family altar," was her manner of stat­ ing the case. They met upon the transatlantic steamer coming over, and the inevi­ table happened. He had been in England, studying the semi-monastic orders of the Angli­ can church in that county. She had been sketching in France and Ger­ many, closing her trip with a flying visit to London and Liverpool. He was from New York s...

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 March 1901

I«! COOK COUNTY HERALD. ,A "OFFICIil PAJER OF CMK C0UNB.g& CHRIS. MURPHY, Prosrletor and Publisher. 11 CLARK H. CARHART. Editor, ^ERMS, SI.00 A YE^R IN ADVANCE. W PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. CjRAND MARAIS, MINN.. MARCH g3, ljJjOl.- COOK COUNTY DIRECfORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners onersj .. First District—F. Jackson Second, District—G.' Olson .Third District—H. Engelson ... .Chris. Murphy .. .Chas. J. Johnson !. .C. H. Qarhart Auditor Treasurer.. ....... Register of Deeds. Sheriff........1."... Clerk of Court,. .. irudge of Probaite.. Attorney.. ...... ^Surveyor. poroner Sup't. of Schools... H. Gulbransen C. H. Carhart T. W. Mayhew :H. D. Jones Harris Mlclver ..........A. j. Johnson \Vm. Ellquist MACCABEES. OGKMA TENT No. §8.—Regular reviews held •Jfry fourth Saturday, yisitiug knights cordially welcomed. *!v* L. U. C. Trrus, Com. CHRIS. MUBPHY R. K. MISS MUNRO MAKES RECORD. Drives fo^r-in-HaJid Five Dar» Without Feelinjf Slightest Fatikse. Witl^ leaders gayly prancing1, Mis» ...

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. — 23 March 1901

.•**, LOCAL PICK-UPS. A number fyave been laid up with bad oolds during the past week. Robert Berg returned during the week from a business trip to Duluth. Treasurer Johnson left yesterday by team for a business trip to Duluth. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, of Maple Hill, last Monday. Eev. Andrew Peterson, of Maple Hill held serviced on Terrace Hill last Sun­ day. George Zimmerman has accepted a position with Ohas. J.Johnson for the summer. The young people from Terrace Hill were in to attend the party last Satur­ day evening. Geo. H. Mayhew and John Morrison accompanied Treasurer Johnson to Du­ luth yesWday. James G. Scott, who has been at Tofte during the winter, visited relatives here during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engelson visited relatives during the week returning yes­ terday to their home at Tofte. The secretary of the committee on telephones took note of the item in the Herald last week and an early report maynow be looked for. H. Mayhew has been employed...

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. — 23 March 1901

^Hf .it 1 ••(WW. t, i' vr^-5 3ft!¥5?? 't jiJ-' Or Under a Spell. CHAPTER XXXV. Herbert's Revenge. Like one not yet awakened from a "beauteous dream, Herbert watched the little boat floating back to the island villa, and then, slowly retracing his steps to the village inn, he strove to realize what had passed. Sybil! Aye, it was no delusive visr ion, but Sybil's self who had spoken to him of love! And Sybil was Made­ moiselle Laponte. Ah, ho had found the missing clue at last. The sick girl on board the Ocean •Queen, the midnight songstress and the midnight vision, the dark-veiled nurse of Le Providence, and the water nymph of the Parisian ball room, were all the same living, loving Sybil—no al­ luring phantom, but a sorrowing wo­ man, whose web of fate, as she her­ self had said was too darkly and «trangely woven for his eye to pierce. And she loved him, suffered with film, mourned for him, even as he bad mourned for her. Ah, there was hope and happiness in "the thoi ght! This world...

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. — 30 March 1901

A GUINE#*PIG FARM ••!^'+he-HS HEART OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA. It Is Conducted by a Woman Who Has a Monopoly in Her Line-—Has Had as High as 1,000 of the Rodent- Like Creatures at a Time. Few people are aware of the fact that right in the heart of the northern section of the city a Philadelphia woman keeps what is said to be the largest guinea pig farm in the United States. This farm is at Twenty-second street and Ridge avenue and is owned by Mrs. Scott, of 1817 North Twenty-sixth 3treet. The collection includes at pres­ ent over 600 of the rodent-like crea­ tures, and at times has numbered as high as 1,000. They are sold to univer­ sities, colleges, hospitals and physi­ cians for inoculation and medical ex­ periments. Having a monopoly, Mrs. Scott does a thriving business, as all the promi­ nent medical institutions, as well as the board of health, Come to her for the little animals which sfie propa­ gates for scientific experimentation and extermination. They are peculiar in the...

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. — 30 March 1901

D7 WWi UE COOK COUNTY HERALQ. 1'' OFFICI^ljPAPER OF COOK COUjPi®' fj HRt§. MURPHY. Prosrletfr an* Putylsbtr. CLAHK^. CARHART, Editor, fBRMS, $J,pO A YEAR IN AP VANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. (3RA.ND MAftAIS. MINN., MARCH 30, 19pl. COOK COUNT! DIRECTORY. COUN^f OFFICERS. (...... First District—F. Jackson Cooiprtfssionera-J......Second District-^, Olson' ....Third District—H. Engelsoff Auditor 1... i., Chris. Murphy {Treasurer.. ...Chas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds...... ..C. H. Qa'rhart Sheriff'.........If. H. Gijlbransen Clerk of Court .C. H.-Carhart Jpdgeof Pfo£te... Mayhew Attorney.. ...'..v.-..'.,.. .... .. D. Jones •Surveyor........ .Hariris Mclver (Joroner. ..V.'.,...................A. J. Johnson ftyp't. of Spools.................... ffm. sqqt^ai MAOCAi^. Ogki^a Tent No. 98,-Regular reviews held fTery fourth Satuj-d^y. Visiting knights (|or^^ welcomed.' L. U. C. Titus, Com. (3jn^s. MmtpHY $, K. Hpn. A- P. Gorman, of Md., novr. in­ dulges in dreams in which he figures ^i^hont...

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. — 30 March 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS. Mrs. Andrew Larson has been on the nok list this week. The regular meeting of the Maooabees takes plaoe this evening. Treasurer Johnson returned last night from an extended business trip to Du luth. Ii. U. O. Titus went to Duluth by the stage last. Tuesday on a business trip of a few days. There is no iee in the harbor or lake. Any time a boat oomes it will find warm weather and open water. T. Oulbe£bson and Archie Wiseman came in from their work east of here Monday and went north the following day. W. E. Stevenson, the well known tie man of Daluth is here on business con­ nected with his company's cedar inter­ ests. James G. Scott left for Tofte Thurs­ day, he has formed a fishing partnership with Louis Engelson for the coming season. The heavy snow on Monday delayed the mail a few hours, it got here at nine o'clock which is the latest it has arrived this winter. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fjcack LaSage last Wednesday. Frank was in from the camp to get acqu...

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. — 30 March 1901

Or Under a Spell. CHAPTER XXXVI.—(Continued.) 4What do you mean?' 'asked the jrotrag man, haughtily- "I neither un­ derstand you nor your story, woman. "What power could you have over Rob­ ert dive?" The power of one who held his hon -•r in her hands—the power of one who, a word, could disgrace his name— tlie name that he would have left a proud legacy to his ehilJren—the power of one who coukl at this moment cast those children, dishonored and penni­ less, upon a cruel world. My power, you ask? Ha, ha! Mr- Clive, it is too great for even the haughty master of dive Towers to defy, for it reaches to bis father's grave. Now, what art ycrnar terms? How will you treat with aoer* *'As the traitress, the hypocrite, the •woaki-be despot that you are!" ex xelatroed Herbert, fiercely. "Leave the room, woman—leave my presence!—I -defy j'ou to do your worst!" The slender form of the housekeeper -trembled with prtssion. "Your father's name, your father's grave, aye, your father's children, all ...

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 April 1901

1 The Trutii vftl«. •f About Tobias, "I. kissed my sister, for she is kind And loves me, but as we reached the gate turned and told her I had. a mind, Nevertheless, to try my fate!" —Anonymous. It took :Hanqra quite a time to find '.put the truth about Tobias. Not that V" Tobias could ordinarily be considered a. mysterious individual. Indeed, he was precisely the reverse. From the cool dawn hour in which he arose to go forth and drive the team for Twist & Taffeta, of which firm he was trusted collector, until his return at 6:30 to the modest flat Where his sister—and supper—awaited him, his life was a clean and commonplace page, spread wide for every casual or interested glance. His nights, ff less exposed to the arc lights of public scrutiny, might as well have been so. For, after eating heartily of the food Hanora had pre­ pared arid referring to the same in -admiring terms, he was wont to re­ move his shoes as unnecessary impedir menta, place his feet in their well darned hos...

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 April 1901

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. fHRIS, MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. LARK H. CARHART, Editor.' ER^ $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAI3, MINN.. APKIL 0, 1901. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS, First District—F. Jackson pommissionfrs'j .. .. .Second District—G. Olson, Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas. J, Johnson Register of Deeds .C. H. Oarhart Sheriff ..H. Gulbr^nsen plerk of Court C. H. Carhart Judge of Probate... T.W. Mayhew Attorney ...H. D. Jones Surveyor Harris Mclver Coronei A.J. Johnson ftap't. ojfSchopl^.V ..Win. Ellquist MACCABEES. Oqema Tenx. No. OS.—Regular reviews held every fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. Chris. Murphy R. K. RILEY AND THE VIOLIN. Why U».e Well-Known Hoo«l«r Poet Ha* a Weaknen for the Iiustrmu^iit, It has been noticed that at all the entertainments given, by James Whit comb Kiley there is always a violin solo on the progra...

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 April 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS. A. S. Carlson, of, Hovland, was here last Sanday and Monday, John Morrison returned by tft© stage Tuesday from a short business trip to Duluth. Capt. Con. Flynn has bought the E. T. Carrington and isjitting her out for au •excursion boat. Alex Berglund returned from Goose berry river last Tuesday for a few days visit with his parents on Maple Hill. He reports that the small pox in the Nester camp is a thing of the past. Some of the enterprising citizens of Two Harbors should inform Brother Burwell. of the Trade Journal, that Xjake County had anew Clerk of Court elected last election, so that he will cjhange his directory. R. P. Paine has leased the Mayhew hotel for the coming season. He ex­ pects to thoroughly renovatjj and furn­ ish the house and to conduct it in a first class manner. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Paine are pleased that they are to remain here. The school board on Maple Hill has re-elected Geo. Trask and O. T. Wed mark as teachers for next year. ...

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 April 1901

tj i" ttwi—— JltSiL •Wi Or Under a Spell. CHAPTER XXXVin. (Continued. "Have you seen her lately"—Fenton was biting his tawny mustache, re­ flectively—"Fannie—Miss Cliye, 1 tnean? Have you seen her?" "Oh, dear, no!" answered Miss Mari n, quickly. "I couldn't call, under the circumstances it would be so em f»arrassing. What could one say?" ^Very true," said Penton, throwing the fragments of Fannie's little note, one by one, into the fire. "What cotilcl one say? It would be embarrassing. SA.nd—and you say they have And Lieut. Fenton Forest, as he «poke, stammered and hesitated in a way very foreign to his usual brazen self-possession, and looked as a man -might look who felt himself a the lowest degree, "Indeed, 3*011 He seemed 10 have but one thought. f3elf was lest sight of completely in his careful solicitude for the gentle sis­ ter ,now dependent upon his exertions —the sister whose tender heart was Weeding from so many wounds, and who, like some tenderly-nourished plant suddenly b...

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 April 1901

& §&W,f, '1 :iv* hJb i.W. -r "Cl*"" \x*t r,^0LUME IX. tSU* Thc„ Rtiimflnce 8| S aJ*!* __• r..-'! .r.jy.-c.'««jr .*»R a of A I And her hand there, v-*- With its rosy inside color, and the sparkle of its rings—Owen Meredith. John Bouroughs got into the habit of takiag a dose of literary, browsing every* afternoon. Indeed, he "went' as regularly aip to the aloof and delight­ ful rooms of the Crerar or Public-Li­ brary as other men dropped into their favorite haunts for a glass, of Ma­ deira, or a Frenchman stops* to sip his 5 o'clock glass of absinthe. To be sure, the reading of good literature was his only intemperance. And love of the arts can never be an objec­ tionable mania, although occasionally its proves an unprofitable one. He was & broker. He was neither young nor old.. He was ordinarily good looking. He was successful in his line, but he continually experienced" a sense of deprivation^ He fancied the making of a literacy luminary was lost in. him—obliterated by t...

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 April 1901

l:£ ii Tttf CQ0KC0UNTr»8*M.tv Ma om^Lwof cewiTi, PHR1& MUi^^nY,n^rMor CLARK H, CARU4R? Ediier. GRAND MARAIS. A $1 l| 1 •W* 5 T^RMS, S1.QO A Y^An iNADVANOi. WmW iyBRT5A!^?^p tylNN.. APRIL. 18,1901. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFF^pKRS, v\ First Di«ttfekr:F. Jackson CftpawiBsloaert-f 8econd District—G. Olson ....TblrdLlst?lptr-H.mnselaon Auditor...... .....Chris. Murphy Treasurer.. Chas.J. Johnson Agister of Deeds...... .....C, H-. Cnrhart Sheriff ..............-5,Gulbrans$n Clerk of Court ... ..CJH. Carha?t Judge of Probate, .......T.W, Maxhew Attorney ,,,5, D. Jones a Coroner ..A. Jf.John«on {Sup't. of Schools.. .W% Ellqulst MACCABEES. OEEVA TENS NO. 98.—REGI^LA$ REYIEYJTI held avejry fourth Saturday, Xi&ing: ^nights cordially welcomed. TIT^S,Com,. CHUM. R. K. The spring etxlflg. far ^assiaoa pf promjnenoe include, bgjlet upd dflKgax jiroaf garments. Perhaps the Present thought it would leaa£& the. outside knpPk* to have Knox inthe Cabinet Jingoism has alrapst got pont...

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 April 1901

*#4 -r,( V'5 f%'" i[**c' 'As- LOCAL PICK-UPS* 3 C. A. Hokanson, of La 7 transacting business. y^i a Olof M. Jfaredriekcoa is in from Latsen where he lias baea lor the past lew Light-keeper Mayhew started the light last Monday night tor the first time this season. A, number of men from the Big Bay «amp passed through hen last Sunday 4fwo«te to the front. Ohas. J. Johnson has closed his No. 1 oamp at Good Harbor Bay, having oom plated his work there. Ole J. Olson, of Maple Mil, L. U. 0. Titos returned with the stqge Monday from Dalnth. He reports poor staging, the sleighing having about disappeared. Messrs Swenson and Olson, of Maple fiiil, who have been employed at the Mftnker camp during the winter have returned home. Commissioner Jackson, of Hovland, wasfeeee Thursday en route home,having closed his engagement as "chef* of the Good Harbor lumber oamp. O. C. Monker returned from the Gross river country last Saturday. He put in about 2*500 cedar ties and a small amount of pine during...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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