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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 13 April 1901

V- f, fi $%••• ijjk THE OLD OAK. illlii# ••. ^ia feet laid hold of the marl and earth, his head was in the sky Jtic had seei* a...thousand hud and burst, he tad seen a thousand- die,' /And none knew when he began to be—of trees that grew on that grounds SLord of the wood, king of the oaks, mon­ arch of all around. And towering so high over others, the wind in his branches roared, Xet never a limb did the tempest break or shatter a bough th&t soared, Only the ripe young acorns it flung to the earth at his knees, .And they sprang up themselves in their season, a belt of protecting trees. ®ut at length when the storms •Were over and still was the forest dell, Unbattered, unbeaten, unbroken, he bowed himself and fell And the breadth of that mighty clearing, when the giant had gone from his place, Was like to the scene of a hundred oaks in the waste of its empty space. —Hall Caine in the Home Journal. Tiie Diamond Drill. BY GEORGE BEARDSLEY. •^Copyrighted, 1900: Daily Story Pub. Co.)...

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. — 20 April 1901

#||i Ife: 1 VOLUME IX. ji Nashau, N. H., Correspondence.^— While 5,000 horrified spectators gazed helplessly bn, Professor E. L. Stafford and Mrs. Stafford, aeronauts, were placed ih imminent peril three thou­ sand feet above the earth and were only saVed from a fearful death by an accidental chance little short of miraculous. The incident occurred on the second day of the Nashua fair. No New England fair would be complete without a balloon ascension, and Pro­ fessor and Mrs. Stafford had been hired to give the rural visitors an en­ tertainment consisting of ascending and parachute jumping calculated to produce a surfeit of thrills. There is no doubt that all who witnessed the scene got their money's worth,' al­ though the program was not carried out as originally arranged by the aero nauts. On the first day of the fair Mr. and Mrs. Stafford were prevented from making the ascension by an accident to the balloSh, but on the second day everything was found to be all right. A great cro...

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 April 1901

It l!\:' I -A JHE COOK GOUNTy HERAU). ^FACIAL pm wfooK CC^JHTY. MURPHY, ^prletor fii!$ Polisher. CLARK H. jCARHA^T. Editor. ^TERMS, SJ.OO A YEA^ )N ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERjf SATURDAY. .GBANI? MARAIS. ApRIL$0, 1901. COOK gOUNTY DIRECTORY. (COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Commissioners• ......Second District—G. Olson '•F^- (....Third District-H.Engelson Auditor Treasurer.. ...... Register of Deeds jiberiflf....... Clerk of Court ... lrudge of Probate.. Attorney.. purveyor. iDoronerl.. jfSnp't. of Schools.., .............Chas. J. Johnson .. .. C. H. Oarhart .H. Gulbransen ........... C. H. Carhart T. W. Mayhew. H. D. Jones —Harris Mclver ...— A. J. Johnson Wm. Ellquiat MACCABEES. QQSMA xknt NO. 98.—Regular reviews held every fourth Saturday. ^isiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. Com. THROUGH THE HOLY LAND. |Tka Tralm MOTM Slovrly, If {.otkto Disturb Its HaontlBg Shades ••4 Phantom*. There is no rush in the origpt the rain moves slowly throu...

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 April 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS: J. Li. Lundin was a passengertor Du luth on the Bradshaw yesterday. Treasurer Johnson went to Doluth on the Bradshaw yesterday oh business. R. P. Paine was among the first trip passengers to Duluth on the Mabel Brads haw. Almar Nelson left on the Bradshaw for Duluth yesterday, he will go to St. Paul before he returns. Dr. T. W. Mayhew went to Duluth on business connected with the H. Mayhew store oa Thursday last. Dave and Swamper Carriboo and Wm. Howenstine returned from Duluth on the Bradbhaw Wednesday. The heavy rain and wind on last Tuesday and the cold snap on Wednes­ day were more like Maroh than April. Messrs Trask and Wed mark were as pleased as any one to see the boat. They have been waiting for it about a month. Road Overseer Wannebo has been busy during the past week getting rid of the surplus water which has resulted from the thaw. Andrew Christiansen, of Big Bay, came up last Sunday to wait for a boat for Duluth. He left on the Bradshaw for that place yes...

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 April 1901

M* '•i^.-.. oiy. :1^- ^Copyrighted, 1900, Daily J^tory Pub. Co.) The brown waters were rippled into golden waves that sang little lullabies, «11 their own, about the silvered roots -of the sycamore. The two were in a 3ittle batteau. The beauty of the swamp was an old story not worthy of 'Comment. Indeed, comment was not -cnfrent coin, as the studied uncon­ sciousness of their faces betrayed. Janet could not forgive that direct ^accusation—-"Coquette." "I saw you. You allowed his kisses, and you dare not deny it." "Deny?" Her face yet burned with the memory of his tone. Perhaps it was not good form, but she tore his ring from her finger and flung it at his feet And then she was alone. Some one spoke her name—halfway to the door. She turned, and then Jack An­ drews entered to claim his dance. The strains of -that waltz yet lin­ gered, with a haunting sense of pain and loss. The bright lights, the crowd and Andrews' gay nonsense—a dim •background for one face—Hugh Rex­ ell's dark, and ...

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 April 1901

i&r VOLUME IX. BOAT SONQt When we boated, you and I, Swaying willows kissed the stream. Was it? Yes, 'twas last July! kittle cloudlets flaked the sky, Just to make it bluer beam, »•.. ^ynen we boated, you and'X Once agrain the lilies shy Blow. Ah, did they fairer seem— Was ^t? Yes, 'twas last. July! Far from you the days dragged by— Wintry hours without a gleam— Since we boated, you and You were cruel then. Your eye Gayly mocked my hope supreme. Was it? Yes, 'twas last Julyl A Still I love you. Do you sigh? Sweetheart, make it true—my dream While we're boating, you and I, Say you love me—this July! —Samuel lAinturn Peck in Harper's Bazar. A Farmer's Dream of the Sea. BY JESSIE LLEWELLYN. Author "The Red Milk Wagon," etc. (Copyright, 1900, Daily Story Pub. Co.) It was a few months after the open­ ing of the Oklahoma strip. A merci­ less, scorching south wind swept the broad prairies of Western Kansas.. 'Weary pilgrims, discouraged in vain efforts to hold barren claims against law...

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 April 1901

v m- -IL ]_J.!l J? THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. CHKIS. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. •CRM*, Sl.OO A YEAR IN ADVANOE. KIBU5HED EYERY SATURDAY. JRANP MARAIS. MINN., APRL^.27, 1901.\ COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. tanmi88ionfersj .. Auditor Treasurer. Register of Deeds.. -Sheriff Clerk of Court •Judge of Probate., Attorney.. •Surveyor Coroner ,.. Uupt. of Schools... ,.. .First District—F. Jackson ...Second District—0. Olson ,Third District—H. Engelson Chris. Murphy ...Chas. J. Johnson C. H. Carhart I J. Gulbransen ..C. H. Carhort ... .T. W. Mayhew ...H.D.Jones .Harris Molver A.J. Johnson Wm. Ellquist MACCABEES. OORMA TENT NO. 08.—Regular reviews held •very fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. OUR FOREFATHERS HONEST. fa Moat CB»C» They Boaarbt Their Lands from the Indian*. Sometimes historians tell ne that it was only Dutchmen and not Eng­ lishmen who bought the red...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 April 1901

7. LOCAL PICK-UPS. B. P. P&irie retnrned from Dulufch^on the Bradshaw Thursday. Robert Berg went to Duluth on the Bwu3*haw Wednesday. r( -, John Wodahl,of Duluth, is visiting his «on at Eiling Olson's on Maple Hill. E. W. WakeJin arrived on the JBrad fihaw last Monday for a few days visit. August J. Johnson is erecting a more commodious house oil his farm on Maple Hill. Charles Anderson retiirned from Da­ luth on the Bradshaw last Monday night.. Auditor and Mrs. Mnrphy went to Duluth on the Bradshaw last Wednes­ day for a weeks stay. Miss Nellie Mnrphy arrived on the Bradshaw last Monday for a few weeks visit with relatives here. Olof Bergland, of Maple Hilt, has pur­ chased a team and outfit of Chas. J. Johnson to be used on his farm. Andrew Swanson, of Maple was in Dulath during the week. He re­ turned on the Bradshaw'Thursday. Peter Gagnon and family, of Grand Portage, were passengers on the Brad­ shaw for Duluth last Wednesday The Booth boat "Barker" was here Thursday and wi...

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 April 1901

JUDGE NOT. •la Row do vte know what hearts have vilest ain? How ao we know? #11' M&ny, like sepulchres, are foul within^ Many outward garb ia snow, as the spotless as the And many may be pure, we think not so. And near to God the souls of such have been, What mercy secret penitence may win~ How do we know? &ow can we tell who sinned more than we? Haw can we tell? "We think our brother walked guiltily, Judging him in self-righteousness. Ah, well! Perhaps had we been driven through the hell Of his untold temptations,' we might be Less upright in our daily wafk than he— How can we tell? V- Dare we condemn the ills that others do? Dare we condemn? Their strength is small, their trials not a few, The tide of wrong is difficult to stem. And if to us more clearly than to them Is given knowledge of the great and true, More do they need our help and pity too— Dare we condemn? God help us all, and lead us day by day God help us alll "We cannot walk alone the perfect way, Evil allures ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 4 May 1901

•:-v 7, A H', .MJ- VOLUME IX. LOVE NATIVE STATE. 'MISSOURI AN S IN EXILE ARE ORGANIZING. Two Clubs of Persons frdm That Big State formed in Ontsids Territory, One In Ufaica^o, the other in Tex*.®—- Prominent SXen Join. Although Missourlans are to be found in every state in the Union and make up a large number of the orig­ inal settjers and prominent citizens of the states west of the Mississippi, they have always been so busy extending their influence and investing their cap­ ital, possibly, that they have failed to cultivate that state spirit and fraternal feeling''which some other states have manifested to such a pleasant degree, says the St.j Louis Globe-Democrat. Every man who has left the state has, however, deep in heart a warm spot for lold Missouri," and it was only necessary for some one to take the initiative in order that the Missouri club might hold its own with other kindred organizations. There are at present only two Missouri clubs, one formed recently in Chicago, and...

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

GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA Tho Mexican army of more thaa 25,000 men Is supported upon ct trifle more than 1,000,000 Mexican dollars a month. The Mexican congress does not cost $1,000,000 a year. Captain Richard P. Leary,»U. S. N., who, as governor of the' fft!iaria' 'cf Guam, won laurels which have not yet had time to fade, is hobbling around on crutches. His leg was injured a few weeks ago in a fall at the League Island navy yard. Mr. Justice Brewer, of the United States Supreme Court, said in a recont address that he who calls a mob Into •being cannot toe pronounced wholly guiltless of that which the mob may do. The remkrk is both seasonable and full of sound sense. Army recruits are scarce in England as well as in this country. In order to stimulate the laggard military spirit among British yokels a genius of tbe war office in London has devised what he calls a "recruitograph." This is a moving picture machine which shows all sorts of attractive views of army life. During harvest la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 4 May 1901

Am FARM ANDfGARDEN. •a' 'MATTERS 'OP INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. *jp-to-n»te Bints About Culttro- V' Hon of the SoU and Yields thereof—• Horticulture, Viticulture and Floricul tore.* •»,, -f Leiwni from FavinliiK Experience* A Manitoba farmer writes to one •of our exchanges of the lessons to be gleaned from the season of 1900 which was abnormally dry during April, May and most of June which naturally dis­ couraged. Then abundant rains watered the 'Country and revived the perishing •crops. Rains continued during har­ vesting which considerably damaged the short crops and so encouraged the weeds that the work was very diffi­ cult. Hail also added to losses sus­ tained by farmers. Threshing returns showed an average wheat yield of about eight bushels to the -acre which sold at an average price of 50 cents per bushel. Potatoes yielded well, however, and none of the grain crops were an absolute failure, so '.farmers are not grumbling much. The lessons learned from the season by the write...

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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. — 4 May 1901

§T^A In-'. •'& 1.MS iJll: a THE COOK COU^V HERALD/ OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY, (CHRIS. MURPHY, Proprietor $nd Publisher, CLARK H, CARHART, Editor. TERMS, S1.00A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, ORANII MARAIS, MINN.. MAT 4,1MJ. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. ...,. .First District—P. Jackson Commissioners Second District—G. Olson —Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer .Chas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds.... .C. H. Oarhart Sheriff H. Gulbransen Clerk of Coyrt C. H. Carhart Judge of Probate.... T. W. Mayhew Attorney.. ...H. D. Jones Surveyor Harris Mclver Coroner A. J. Johnson gup't. of Schools Wm, Ellquist MACCABEE3. OGEMA TENT No. 98.—Regular reviews held every fourth Saturday, Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. FAT ENGINEERS BARRED,. Only Slim H«v May Hup Locomotive* on the Baltimore A Oklo J&allwajr, Firemec on. the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, have suddenly become great­ ly interested in...

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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. — 4 May 1901

It L'l 4t & I waffle LOCAL PICK-UPS. *if 9 *V The Hunter got a full load of fish 011 \n-f fcer way up yesterday. *v%*^ •^v.y: Clans Hacson, of Terrace Hill, was in Duluth during the week. L. Bbrgstine? the Two Harbors' ped­ dler, was her© during the week. *, Dr.T. W. Mayhew returned iroin Dd lutit on the Bradshaw Thursday. ,. Auditor Murphy retcrned from Du­ luth on the Bradshaw Thursday. Sectional maps of Cook oounty for "eale at the County Auditor's office. Bey. Andrew Peterson returned from a Tisit in Duluth the first part of the week. Isaao Hauser, of Grand Portage,passed through here yesterday en route to JPu luth. John Morrison and family left the first of the week for a pleasure trip to Duluth. The County Commissioners will hold a meeting next Fnday to transact regu­ lar business. Isaao Ponger and Frank Laufenberg were here Thursday enroute to their Gun Flint farms. Frank Clements, of Duluth, arrived on the Hunter Thursday and is in the pine country north of here. The Bra...

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. — 4 May 1901

I tHE CHICKADEE. "'Were It not for me," it Said a chickadee. dfel "Not a sing-le flower on earth would be fe For under the ground they soundly sle^g And never venture an upward peep, ,n, Till they hear from me, ,,,4.^-41*1 •}.*%* 1 "Chickadee-dee! sfP^M "I tell Jack Frost when 'tis time to go And-carry away the ice and snow ...And then I hint to the jolly old sun, 4 fe 'A. little spring work, sir, should.be done.' And he smiles around On the frozen ground. And I keep up my cherry, cheery sound, Till echo declares in glee, in glee, 'Tis he! 'tis he!. .. The chickadee-dee! "And then I waken the birds of spring— 'Ho, ho! 'tis time to be on the wing.' They trill and twitter and soar aloft, And I send the winds to whisper soft, Down by. the little flower-beds, Saying, "Come, show your pretty heads! The spring is coming, you see, you see! For so sings he, The chickadee-dee!" The sun he smiled and the early flow­ ers Bloomed to brighten the blithesome hours, .And song-birds gathered in bus...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 4 May 1901

"JW^ VIM- SAMPLES jeaca you anywhere. WeweFart Color j&yeleta In all onr shoes. FORGET NOT that it runs Tuesday, being date of sale of the low rate tickets. SEND NO MONEY If yon live within GOO miles of Minna. apolla lif farther -•end $1.00. cat this ad. oat and Bend to itia and we will send you this END A E BROADCAST by freight O.O.D. •abject to ex. animation. You ctin it AT TOTIT MINNEAPOLIS, Our price..... Women's Cor­ set Cover, front trimmed with four rows of a lenciennes lace insertings, edge on neck & sleeve to match -French shape, more W. L. Douglas 93 and $SJ0 shoes are «old th»n my other makeis because THE AKK XMJE KKST. Your aejuer (noma keep them we give one dealer exclusive sale in each town. JiJ* •'•''•tltute InBiat on having W. H. DOUJCUB shoes with price stamped on bottom. If your dealer will not get them for S, direct to factory, enclosing price and 25c. extra lor carriage. o£l"ther. siz^jmd wdth. plain or cap toe. Onr shoes will CHEAPLY AND COMFORTABLY! Tou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 4 May 1901

iff ®1 WJien my day faliln#, $ .• And, In the winds oront •paces blown. I hear far voices out of darkness In* Leave not its tenant when Its walls decay O Love divine, O Helper ever present, Be Thou my strength and stay. fie near me when all else is from me drifting, Earth, sky, home's picture,, days of shade and shine And kindly faces to my own uplifting The love which answers mine. have but Thee, O Father! .Let Thy Spirit Be with me then to comfort and up­ hold Ho gate of pearl, no branch of palm, I merit Nor street of shining gold. Suffice it if, my good and. ill unreckened, And both forgiven through Thy abound ing grace, find myself by hands familiar beck oned Unto my fitting .place. Some humble door among Thy many mansions, •Some sheltering shade where sin and A striving cease And flows forever through heaven'^ green expansions The river of Thy peace. There from the music round about me stealing, I fain would learn the new and holy song, Jtnd find at last beneath Thy trees of he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 May 1901

VOLUME IX. SHADOW OF THE ROCKIES. Ithe mountains from my window lie out rolled, Their solemn peaks with coronals of snow. O'er which the flres of dawn and sun­ set flow, And keen, high ridges by fierce winds pa trolled. With evening comes a mighty shadow cold Across my doorway as the sun sinks low. And, high above, the loftier summits show Faint as the twilght tames their outlines bold, Then from the hights the spirit of re­ pose Steals earthward, with the peace that long 'hias Iain Secure amid the deep, untrodden snows— .A shadow stream, fob which my soul is fain. That from the towering peak of silence flows,- And pours its balm upon the toiling plain. —Meredith Nicholson in Century. Wiio Was the Winner? BY EVA WILLIAMS MALONE. (Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) "A pair of-gloves to a box of candy that I can bring your adorable young rector to a proposal before Eas­ ter! You all think he's made of ala­ baster and can't come down to com­ mon clay! Never mind, I'll prove to y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 May 1901

GRAND MARIAS, '.:.v f'vin MINNESOTA L-. i. UiiM The prediction is made that the se vere winter "in the north woods of the Adirondack mountains has killed more deer than hunters made away with last fall. A stage wedding,jof, two members of ,.s. a burlesque troupe was announced to b,e performed in a Washington theater, but tie high contracting parties found it imfkissible to Secure the services of a person competent to perform the ceremony. The Rev. John Naile ofTrappe/Pa., .• recently celebrated the 100th anniver­ sary of his birth. He was horn near Westminster,, Ind., February 18, 1801, and is probably the oldest clergyman In. the United States. Mr!. Naile was ordained at the age of 40. Senate document,No. 177 gives a re­ port of tests of fireproof woods from the torpedo-boat Winslow, the purpose being to, determine whether the pro-j cess is enduring. The result was very satisfactory, showing that the wood treated five years ago had lost none of its fireproof qualities. While cuttin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 May 1901

iNF -p. The career of Jonathan Prentiss Dol liver, the mountain boy who wmmm "LETTERS POURED IN ON ME." 4k new postoffice was named in iny Jtxmiot, arid a. colored woman named h«r 3»iy after me. I began to think of •angaging a niche in some temple of itune. "But, in my second term, I 'was' •disillusioned. A cllmatfc disturbance -actrled up the lake, Jtree delivery wiped •cntfha ptwtoffice, and the child died Tr*s&d I louad myself back at tin very wisnco I started!!' "'A few japcrs ago Mr. Dolllver was Jta vited to diHrer a lecture in St. Paul 4Bid MTrHrvBapdBH. Vinn, before the "Yoirng Mm's Christian association lyT -«enm. In each city the hall was •crowded, same 1,500 young men at­ tending. His topic, was 'Chances for young MesL.* *"*That' said he to me, "was a fa- Torite topic with ma As in the case a your own publication, I believed in young meat, and liked to talk with them, knowing ftril well that if one ••can stir them up to energy and am­ bition he is doing a grand work i...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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