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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 May 1901

mass •mfrm THE COOK OFFICIAL PAPER eWK*C?®r. £HftIS. MURPHY, PropriVtb'r rind FP«bHslier. CLARK H. CARHARt/Editoiy -TERMS S1.0Q A YEA&IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYEBY SATURDAY, IQRANP MARAIS. MJNNI. MAY 41 1901. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY, COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson jC.OpwjrtssijQners-J Second District—G. Olson Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas. J. Johnson Register of De,eds C. H. Oarhart Sheriff .H. Gulbran?en jOlerk of Court C. H. Carhart Judge of Probate T. W. Mayhew Attorney ...H. D. Jones Surveyor Harris Mclver Coroner A. J. Johnson Sjup't. of Schools Wm, EUquist MACCABEES. O/GEMA TENT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held .every fourth Saturday. Visiting knights .cordjallj* welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Coxq.. CHR$. MUBPHY R. K. SMALLEST OF THEIR KIND.' »Tfc« Dwarf Cattle ot CeltbcN Are Larger Than Ordinary F*nll Qrowa Slteep. Celebes had the distinction of being the home of the smallest living repre­ sentative of the wild cattle, or, indeed, of the ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 May 1901

A V" LOCALr^ICK-UPS. Philip Sohab, of Grand Portage, was here during the week.', Miss Maude Miller returned last Srtn day from a brief vis$t in Duluth. Treasurer ohnsen returned Wed nets day from a business trip to Duluth. C. A. Hokanaon, of Lateen, arrived oo the Hunter, ha^ng been iji DuluEh for a few days. ?f£ Jacob Hangardner, of Beaver Bay, was here Thursday and left for a cruise east Miss Qelia Murphy went to Duluth on 4^:- the Hunter Thursday for a visit With- :s-h Olof Jacobaon, of Hovland, was here Thursday evenings to transact business at the court housed 'j, Y&i John I. Howard, a St. Paul attorney was here the first of the week to trans* act budiness at the court house. Sam How© came down from Duluth this week on the Bradshaw to put in his spring cropon hisfarm eastof here James A.T acker returned to Duluth on the Bradshaw yesterday, having com­ pleted his work at the court house, Mrs. B. P. Paine went to JDulutk last Tuesday on theHunter to make ar­ rangements for op...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 May 1901

9 PG THE BEST HE EVER SAW. A Mlstiiiur.'aii Froiionnroi on the Farm* Pmtiiil Idea of Western Cauartw. 5"H Just at present considerable interest Is being aroused in the fact- that a few new districts (of limited acreage) are being opened out by the Canadian gov­ ernment in Saskatchewan and Asslni loia {"western Canada), and aay infor­ mation concerning this country is eagerly sought. Mr. W* H. Corser, of Higginsville, Lafayette Co., Mo., was a delegate there during last summer, and -writing of his impressiona he says: '1 found surprising yields of grain of all descriptions. One farmer I vis­ ited threshed of 175 acres: "600 bushels of wheat from fifteen acres, 40 bushels to acre. "600 bushels of barley from ten acres, 60 bushels to acre. "15,000 bushels of oats from 150 acres, 100 bushels to acre. "The samples were all No. 1. "I also saw a considerable number of stock. Swine do well and there is no disease amongst them. They are a good source of income to the farmer. The cattle on th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 May 1901

V, Sftfc 'AW£' DEERING AT*fARiS IN 1900, •*fco VWOBI Chlf»p Halmtat ci »"y B««e|v«d. Mora *a£ Smttt Honra than j^Wero Kre* 'iBcfor* Awoiked Anaertcwa Exhibitor In History of Expositions. America may well feel proud of the interest which her citizens took in tho Paris Expoaition and the elaborate ex hlbits which were prepared with con aunimate skill and displayed in a man ner not excelled by any other country. Those of Harvesting Machinery in par jt't/ tlcular -were mostcomplete and inter sstinjE. TheDeering Harvester Com­ pany, of Chicago, America's foremost manufacturer ofthisllneof gotids, was accorded the posltlon of honor, having contributed more to the advancement of the aft of harvesting than any other Manufaciurer, living or dead, and with l/'fe greater array of Important inven­ tions to Its credit than any other com* pany in .the world.' ['*. Visitors to the Exposition were prompt to accord the Deering exhibits supreme honors, and It only remained for official mandate to rat...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 May 1901

1 F?„ 7A ifil- Itt vaBey." ifeWSjS/jMWk. ,.Tf,' ft -. »**%. *Wtiefern-ie^ ^^itHiTrflendsr. Vrtnfns delicate and wrw^ender W*ving when the wlnJ Crept down so low.-. Rushes .tall and moss and grass grew ...round It. '••--•...•• PlaiKul sunbeaihe darted Inland found it, Drops of dew stole In by taight, and '•...crowned it But no foot of man e'er trod-that way Earth was young'and keeping holiday. Monster fishes swantvthe silent .main,M'4 Stately fcorests^'pwaved' their giaxit, ...v 'hrsnchcs,' Mountains hurled *, thei^ snow$|f?ava« lynches, Mammoth creatures stalked across the plain, p" Nature reveled 1n great mysteries! )•, But the fern was not of these, Did not number with the hills and trees Only grewsand waved its own swe^t way, No one ca^me to note it day by day. Earth one day put on a frolic mood, /Heaved the rocks and Changed the mighty motion f.^Qf Jhe deep strong currents o$$|»e ocean Moved the plain and shook "the "haughty wood, -Crushed the little fern ll* soft moist *, clay,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 May 1901

VOLUME IX. Km The American buffalo is fast disap­ pearing from the earth. It is estimated that there are now remaining alive in the world only 1,024 of these noble beasts, C84 of which are in captivity. But it is not possible to be exact in such a statement, inasmuch as the wild survivors cannot be rounded up and counted. In the densely wooded re­ gions between the Saskatchawan and Peace rivers, in British Columbia, are several hundred buffalo there are twenty or so perhaps in the desert Panhandle region of northwest Texas, and in the Yellowstone national park there are fifty or sixty more, it is 'believed. There are none at liberty anywhere else. These few remaining wild bison are being steadily reduced in number. In British Columbia they are being killed off gradually by the Indians, while those in the Yellowstone park are potted by poachers whenever the :W»'' MAFTERS The rapid strides made by the manu­ facturers of wood working machinery have changed completely the fitting of the...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 May 1901

GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA Lake Copais in Boeotia, famous in antiquity for its eels, has now been completely drained and turned into 48,000 acres of arable land. As a.curiosity of the recent German census, it is recorded that the returns showed the.village of Reutenbourg contained 444 inhabitants, 222 being of the masculine and 222 of the feminine gender. Giovanni Andrea Scartazzini, the well-known Dante scholars died recent­ ly at the age of 65 years at Fahrwan gen in Switzerland, where he had been the village pastor for thirteen years. He was a Swiss-Italian, a native of the Grisons. A Roma«_ .mob unveiled a new bronze fountain in the Villa Nazionale by force recently. An injunction had been obtained against the exhibition of the fountain, on the ground th^t the naked figures of Naiads that adorned It were immoral. A crowd armed with tools marched to the place and tore down the boards that enclosed the fountain. Boston, like New York, suffers from an inordinate waste of water, and th...

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. — 18 May 1901

1 A STROLLING SINGER. (By Charlotte Becker.) "He qang along the woodland paths When all the world, was warm and a The birds half mocked him overhead, The shadows cooled his grgenlit way. The earth was sweet with growing things, The vintage promised full and fair .And one with eyes like larkspur buds, And garnered sunlight in her hair, "Stood watching by the ilex trees, A glow, a welcome in her eyes. He sank,^ too tired, at her feet And smiled through wistful little sighs. 'Dear love,' he said, 'I cannot live, I shall not sec the morrow's sun, J3ut I am fortunate to die While yet my loving is not done. 'And weep no foolish tears for me, But when the vines with gold are hung— "Think, "Life was very good to him, For he had lived, and loved,, and sung." —Ainslee's Magazine. A Coincidence and a Recon­ sideration. BY J. P. COUGHLIN. Ofopyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) Paul Westover had every reason to congratulate himself upon the success of his new book. This public. received it w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 May 1901

•m THE CftOJK COSJNTY fiERALD. ommmm9fm.9om. WJBPHY, Pro*ietor W Publisher. H. CARH^RT. Editor. 1§P§ ••. "... V sgjg ^ERMS, S1.00 AYEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SfiEJtRDflY. fiRA.NO MARAI8. MJNN.. MAY ,18 1901 COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY 0FFICER8. First District—F. Jackson Commissioners ......SecondDistrict—G. Olson I .Third District—H. Engelson Auditor...... Chris. Murphy Treasurer- ..... ............ ...Chas. J. Johnson' Register Qf Deed? .C. H. Carhart Sheriff .... .,.. .H..Gulbrangen plerk Of Coflrt C. H. Garhart Judge of Probate. .......T. W. Mayhew Attorney.. ..••••• D.Jones Surveyor ....... Harris Mclver Coroner ...f„j.A. J. Johnson S.up't. of Schools.. ................ Wm. EllciuUst •MACCABEES, O.GKMA TENT No. 98.—REGULAR reviews HELD *very fourth Saturday. Visiting knights {cordially welcomed. L. P. C. TITUS, Coin. CHEI§. R. K. ft jsp because the other fellow hag money than we ip.ro discontented, bwfc be jcausp we haven't. Presidents McKinley and Diaz didn't phake h^pd...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 May 1901

'is ir-Rss^fe LOCAL PICK-UPS. Treasnrer Johnson is in Duluth. Andrew Christiansen went to Duluth on the Hunter Tuesday, Dr. Clarence W. Taylor was in town on professional business. Dr. T. W. Mayhewhas been quite ill 3urirfg the week but is now greatly im­ proved. A. S. Carlson, of Hovland, passed through t3wn on the Bradshatf Tuesday ereningr on his way to Duinth. Mr. Butler, of tne firm of the Butler Ryau Co., made a trip to Duluth this week to get some supplies for the break water work. Register Carhart went to Duluth on the Hunter Tuesday. He will be ac­ companied home tomorrow by Mrs. Carhart who has been visiting friends in Duluth for a couple of weeks. Chas. Clement and Robt. Engels who have been cruising in this vicinity left for Duluth this morning. They expect to be gone but a short time when they will return to spend the greater portion of the summer hereabouts. John Kersey, of Tornngton, Conn., was in town die first of the week. He was called to Trout Creek, Mich., on ac­...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 May 1901

1b«ae Boston-:-Wome»ite«. «.jv Mrs. Smarte refers to the light she ^.nUaves- for Mr. S. when she goes to bed ^ka» a "tombstone," as'it is put up for "'./-''her late husband.—Boston Transcript, vr-,'• Swallowed His JTalse pa '. A man recently swallowed his false teeth and It drove him mad. Stomachs .will stand a great deal, but -not-every thing. If yours is weak try Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It cures indigestion, if,:- constipation, kidney and liver troubles, as well as malaria and fever and ague. It 1B particularly effective in all nervous af­ fections, and is strongly recommended at this season of the year when the system is run-down and most susceptible to dis­ ease. All druggists keep it. In. Eden. Eve—Just think! I'll be two weeks old to-morrow! Adam—Well, my dear, you don't look It.—Puck. A Month's Teat Free, It jron have Dyspepsia, write Dr. Shoop Racine, Wis., Box 143, for six bottles of Dr. Shoop's Restora­ tive, express paid. Sendnomoaey. Pay tS.50 it cured. Ewe With Dig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 May 1901

m' New E ^Vv.T* *T C* 1 1 mv: i* wmm&Mm§.iiiwir uteiiiip- OP ORGANIC INFLAMMATION. *4DEAB Mbs. PINKHAM:'—I MBS. MABEL GQOKIN, Box 160. Mechanic Falls, Maine. NERVOUS PROSTRATION. For two years I suffered from nervous prostration, the result of female weakness. I had leucorrhoea very badly, and at time of menstrua­ tion would be obliged to go to bed. Also suffered with headaches, pain across back, and in lowe* part of abdomen. I was so discouraged. I had read of Lydia E. Pinkham's Com- r3und,and $jn( %*.: "i concluded to gives it a trial. wrote to Mrs. Pinkham, and received a very nice letter in return. I began at once the use of her Vegetable Com­ pound and Blood Ptirifier, and am now feeling splendid. I have no more pain at monthly periods, can do my own work, and have gained ten.pounds. I would not be without your Vegetable Compound. It is a splendid medicine. I am very thankful for what ithas done for me." MRS. J. W. J., 76 Carolina ToGAUFORNIA CHEAPLY AND COMFORTABLY! Touris...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 May 1901

.jasras tOKGlNO.' Of ill the myriad moods of mina That through, the. soul come thronging. Which one was e'er so dear, so: ttndJw?? beautiful as Longing? ||6 The thing we long for, that we are iM? For one transcendent moment, Before the Present, poor and bare, •$$$$& Can make its sneering comment. Still, through our paltry stir and strife, Glows down the wished ideal, And Longing molds in clay what Life Carves 4n the marble Real To let the new life in, we know.w Desire must ope the portal— Perhaps the longing to be so "J Helps make the soul immortal. ,v Longing is GocPs fresh heavenward will With our poor earthward striving ..... We quench it that we may be still Content with merely living But, would we learn that heart's full scqpe Which we are hourly wronging, Our lives must climb from hope to hope And realize our longing, 1 .•• Ah! let us hope that to our praise Good God not only reckons The moments when we tread his ways But when the spirit beckons That some slight good is al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 May 1901

^-h\m tfc -t~£^.rA%y ,%&Sa 1 illiiSl MANS WOBKsS" •SHALL FOLLOW "/"lis tryth that painter, bard, and sage, Even in earth's cold and changeful clime, Plant Tor their deathless heritage ), .o The fruits and flowers of time, We shape ourselves the joy or fear Of which'the coming life is made* .And fill our future's atmosphere With sunshine or with shade.' "The tissue of the Life to be We weave with colors all our ,own» And in the field of Destiny We reap as we hav«i sown. Still shall the soul around it call The shadows which it gathered here, *?And painted on the eternal wall ,, The Past shall reappear. :"Think ye the notes of holy song On Milton's tuneful -ear have died? 'Think ye that Raphael's angel throng Has vanished from his side? -Oh. no! We live our life again Or warmly touched or coldly dim, 'The pictures of the Past remain— Man's voices shall follow him! —WHITTIER. A Spot of Ink. BY LOUIS FARAN. fCopyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) This is a very simple story, almos...

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. — 25 May 1901

USUI .m- •f fifeUL GRAND MARIA$r M^JNESOTi* The Cape to fbalro^railways present being extended from.'- Buljf wayo to Wanki, a place about 200 miles further north, where a great coal dis­ covery has just been n^ade. It has also been found that the Zambesi can be much more easily crossed at this point than at the point originally selected. When a popular young author came to see William M. Evarts, while he was secretary of state, in behalf of a con­ sulship for which he was an applicant Mr. Evarts congratulated him on the fame which he had acquired, but has­ tened to add: "Although you haye laurels on your brows, I suppose you can't browse on your laurels." Baron Wilhelm von Rothschild, who recently died at Frankfort, was one of the few rich men .who make it a rule of their lives to give away one-tenth of their income in charity. He was not only a religious observer in all respects of the ancient Mosaic law, but he was a profound Talmudic scholar, having devoted a great part of his, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 May 1901

see reply. you .have washtubs,-' was the 4 "Yes, sir a lafgfe'iisoi'ttoent.' What size would you like?" ''I dunno. I was jest goin' to ask you a question. Hev you ever come across a piece of poetry beginnin' 'It was the schooner of Hesperus which sailed the ragin' main'%" "No, sir." THUS ABSENT MINDED MAN. "Wife, wife, where is that tack ham­ mer?" for April is told the amusing story of a poet who wanders by accident into his neighbor's housed He is unexpect edly confronted by a beautiful woman. She half smiled when h'e began, "I am an intruder, madam," and .stopped with that embarassed plati­ tude. "I passed your first door by ac V'eident, and your second by impulse." ii-BX A SORDID BtERCBANTV^Si^l ««cs^~ tui «B»vo«niKi g«»: owci, iviy perception 01 tnmgs. il you Something you want?", querie'df itio /iskin what form would I cast my pres grocer, as he went out to the old man who had been standing ground 'the door for several minutes.' "I You'd remember it if you had, I suppose?" I "...

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. — 25 May 1901

Jg ?1 ..I [iinfcfinliVri^i ,r=J IPS 1*4 TtaE COOK COUNTY tfERAtO. JFFlCtl PAPER OF C00K C0UHTY. 8 l£,E. MURPHY. Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor. TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. ,/v GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. MAY 25. 1901. COOK CODNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Commissioners-^ Second District—(J. Olson Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas, J. Johnson Register of Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff H. Gulbransen Clerk of Court C. H. Carhart Judge of Probate T. W. Mayhew Attorney H. D. Jones Surveyor Harris Mclver Coroner A.J. Johnson Bup't. of Schools Wm. Ellquist MACCABEES. OGEMA TENT NO. 98.—Regular reviews held fourth Saturday. Visiting knights welcomed. L. XJ. C. Trrus, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. MODERN BOILER MAKING. Tli* Old Way with Ita Deafening Koine Hm Been Abnoat Entirely Done Away With. We prepared for deafening sounds. But there was comparatively little noise, for the old boilermaker who ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 May 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS. »l Hamlin©, of XntfleD, &n the Argo last Sunday. Dr. T. W. & in town. H.Dnrfee returned from Dulath Mayhewtra* quite sick last weelc is tnueh improved. O.A. Hokansoo who has Imq TuitiDg here for some time left on the* Argo for Dalath Tuesday. Missess Ella Mayhew and Nellie Mur­ phy made the trip around lisle Boyale on-the Argo last Monday. Wm. Laoheron, of Lutaen, made us a forced visit this morning. The lake was so rough that he could not land at his camp. Nicholas Gludt and John Smith, of Xiake Cicy^ were here last Monday look­ ing up lands in which they are inter­ ested. John King who has charge of the Fletcher Bros, interests in the western part of the county was a visitor here yesterday. James Campbell the well known ex­ plorer was here the first of the week and left for the interior Tuesday accom­ panied by Peter Kadonce. Col. Wm. Golvill arrived on the Argo last Sunday and is now at his home east of here. The Col. is in good health and has come down to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 May 1901

m# K'lfiv vrv-v Demand for more Battleships. When the Secretary of the Navy recent­ ly demanded mpre battleships, Congress considered his recommendations favorably and authorized the construction of sever­ al powerful warships. Protection Is what our seaports require, and •-fortifications will not adaequately supply this. Defense against all disorders of the digestive or­ gans, such as dyspepsia, constipation, bil­ iousness, rheumatism and nervousness, is adequately afforded by that efficient rem­ edy. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Try it. HUSBAND AND WIFE. A Veteran of tli* Civil War Tells an Interesting Story. Effingham, 111., April 22.—(Special.)— Uriah S. Andrick is now 67 years of a,ge. Mr. Andrick served through the whole of the Civil War. pe was wound­ ed three times by ball, and twice by bayonet. When he entered the service of his country, in 1861, he was hale and hearty, and weighed 198 pounds. Since the close of the war, however, Mr. And drick has had very bad health. For f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 May 1901

'¥&i. A -2 Zmmentikm •$C "Tne older operas ate losing'their pop ,$i| Tilp^tey because, thereare so lev? sing *era Who can do them justice." I often" wonder- where the singers are. to eome from. -There are none for the Italian operas, and there are none who will be5 able to "t^ise the place of the singers who have been famous in 'Wa£ner*a works. Where are the women to come from to take the places Of Lilli Leh .% mann, Theresa Malten and Rosa Su cher There some H«r» This? "Mwisngneo, nave Known J\ j. 15.Fe»r8 S and believe him Q^rrh Cure istaken Internally, act- tog directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces or the system. Testimonials sent free. Price *6cper bottle. Sold by all druggists* Hall's Family Pills are the best. 3^ Oriental Biuwwood, am It Were. "You ought to see my cottage in the said the popular emotional woods, actress. "Make it out of Northern pine?" asked some one. "Not at all," she replied, in her light comedy manner. "I made it out of East Lynne."—Chicago Tribun...

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