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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 May 1901

p%^: i' k:. ijfcv mm A''-:. ^AUSTRALIA Or TO-DAY That well-known medical journal, the London Lancet, lends its support to a proposition that all persons guilty of assault, highway robbery, etc., be flogged systematically. The landed proprietors of Prussia are advocating a rule by whip over their farm labor ars. Even in humane little Switzerland a proposal has been made' that pupils In school may be flogged for such of­ fenses as lyiqg, if th6ir parents re .-quest itr Turn to the picture of Australia asj pwhich have grown amazingly, until in she is to-day. The land which these menopened in size is nearly five-sixths the area of the United States, contain­ ing 2,973,000 square miles against the 3,602,000 square miles qf our country. But while in extent Australia stands as 29 is to 36, in population she is only as 4 to 76. Of her 4,000,000 in­ habitants, only 200,000 are aborigines, whose number has been, steadily de­ clining, not because of hostility on the part of th'e settlers, but ...

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. — 1 June 1901

VOLUME X. Uncle Sam's new supreme court of eights and measures, for the build­ ing of which congress just gave Sec­ retary Gage a quarter million dollars, is the largest bureau added to the gov­ ernment for many years. You have seen it referred to in the news dispatches as the national bureau of standards. That is Its official name. It might be more properly called the supreme court, of weights qpd measures, because it really will be the tribunal of last ap­ peal, whereat disputes as to the ac­ curacy of weights and measuring in­ struments can be finally settled. This new bureau will save millions of dol­ lars a year to our great industries, will make the researches of .scientists more accurate, will enable the surveyor to stake out our building and farm lots with greater* precision, will give the common people better measure of dry goods, groceries,, gas and electric light, This bureau of standards will correct our weights and measures, that they may all be equally uniform. It will...

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. — 1 June 1901

Smli GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA The Minnesota senate /has passed, with amendments, Senator^ |CWl£on'3 bill prohibiting the marriage of in sane, epileptic and idiotic persons, and requiring a medical certificate of all applicants for marriage licenses. Miss Ella Ewing, the Missouri giant­ ess, who is 8 feet 4 inches in height, recently built a house for herself. Har new home has doors 1® feet high, ceil­ ings 15 feet high and is equipped with chairs, tables, beds and everything in proportion, Recent experiments in wireless teleg­ raphy, in connection with the French fleet, have been so satisfactory that it has been decided to provide the whole Mediterranean squadron with wireless apparatus, which will be subjected to decisive tests during the coming cruise of the squadron. Some remarkable relics of the early civilization in Egypt have recently been unearthed -and deposited In the British Museum. Among, them is a beautiful impression of a royal .-seal which represents the king: wrestling...

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. — 1 June 1901

H- 4 m' 'Sf** •M W*%Ti MISTRESS UABT. I *.p'" (Growing somewhat oldish.) .fr »:. v» Ah, Mistress Mary, when you throw These girlhood games away^%^*^ 3T see, alas, 'twill come to pass That other games you'll play! rWhen you've outgrown your skipping rope, U-: And your la£t lisp or two, By'sterner names go those new games Your teens,will give to you. *.*VJkr-i'% s" ,/•* Twill not be dolls and dishes, dear, ^«v For you, 41ack-a-day! SjjS° wise will grow that you'll just ?:i? throw Your toys—and me —away." ""Vou'll break each cup and tea-thing up, -And lose your taste for tarts, And as you've played with dishes, dear, Some'day you'll play With hearts! ^—Arthur Stringer, in New York Com­ mercial-Advertiser. CAREFUL OF HIS CASH. An old farmer in Bruichladdich, Tslay, N. B., once went to have a trou blesome tooth extracted. Said the dentist, after looking at the •offending molar. "It is a very ugly -one. I would advise you to -have it out by the painless system. It is only" a shilling extr...

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. — 1 June 1901

ssh THE COOK iCOUNTY HERALIK OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNfft C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor, f• TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GHANI A P.AIR. MINN..JUNE 1, 1001. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICES. (. ....First district—P. Jackson Commissimjgrs Second District—Olson .Third UJstrict—H. fingelson Auditor..... Chris. Murphy Treasurer .. Chas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds .C. H. Carhart Sheriff.. Clerk of Court Judge of Probate Attorney.. Surveyor.. Coroner Sup't. of Schools H. Gulbransen C.~H. Carhart T. W. Mayhew .H. D, Jones Harris elver ... J.. A. J. Johnson Wm. Ellquist MACCABEE3. OGKMA TKNT NO. 98.—Regular Reviews held svery fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. The General Assembly of the Presby­ terian church, now sitting in Philadel­ phia, are wrestling with the creed problem. When a politician hankers after a lit tlejfree advertising, he gives out a few chunk...

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. — 1 June 1901

-+_.1 V' •4 "LOCAL PICK-UPS. J. D. Gunn, of Duluth, was at the Mayhew hotel during the w^ek. A. «T. Johnson is engaged this week in painting the Maple Hill town hall. Gust L. Peterson is in Duluth oa a trip of pleasure and business combined. L. U. C. Titus returned. last Sunday on the Argo from a business trip to Du lufh. The street car service is meeting all requirements, it has become quite the thiag to give evening street car parties. As Bhown by notice in another column the Town of Grand Marnis intends to hold a special bond election on June 10th. The machinists pulled off their strike on schedule time, tilt it is hoped, and the indications justify the hope, it wiH be short. Miss Katie Spaith, the Two Harbors milliner has been at the Mayhew hotel during the week with a stock of spring millinery. On account of the large amount of sickness in the neighborhood the local school was closed this week and will probably not open' again this year. Captain Alexander McFarland, of Clevelan...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 June 1901

I I S Who hides beneath a roof to-day, If he may set his foot kbroad Along the woodsy outland way, Is little better than a clod! There Is no thing in all the land That does not seem articulate: The grasses smile, and understand. The vireo calling to his mate. Tall pine-tops unto pine-tops breatha In sighings murmurous as the sea And through the birchen copse beneath There runs a fluting harmony. In the hklf-dusks of tangled green The pale wild-rose's censor burns. And in each hollow may be seen The fragile laceries of the ferns. While over all, for all to share, Placid and pure and wide and high, Mist-winnowed by the searching air, Broods motherly God's open sky. Then grip the oak-staff, ye who may, And set the pilgrim foot abroad! Who willing, bides within to-day Is little better than a clod! —Clinton Scollard. friendship and a Song or Two. BY ELIZABETH CHERRY WALTZ. (Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) One night when the air was soft and sweet, the officers on duty at the Ce...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 June 1901

?Wp lW.h 5 8" CHIME FOR. TMHDS YOU GCE SS CANADA'S POPULA 'HON. »Ick It Out and You AVill Receive Five Tllouat»M«l 1WSffik «, Dollar?—Smaller- 6um«» *o* Approximate t*uei»a«?a. ess_ There- is a certain figure, probably somewhere between 4,833,239 and 6,041, ^3/ written down/and sent to the ,,,|Pioneer Press in connection with a three A, months' cs^sh subscription £6i- the Daily Jand Sunday paper, may have the proper-: a--'swr-xw^qit ^Wthey hence,, ,6f endowing. the ^writer with $5,000. who writes down the number next jJ^that one win receive $2,000, and so on through a list of 1,000 names, the last 460 whom will receive $1 each—$10,000 to be divided among the best "guessers." SuesseP come into the Pioneer Press are v'^Publishing vFress recorded, a certificate is sent to the guesser and a duplicate to the Press association, a corporation which aVards the prizes. This corpora Hon awarded thousands of dollars .in a similar guessing contest on tlje, popula­ tion of the United States.- Ev...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 June 1901

A (Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) "I am a believer/' said the Colonel, "In man's natural goodness. I had the pleasure once in knowing an hon «st gambler, and I liked him, too, for he was a gentleman. The days of this olass of gamblers, however, are passed. "Moore—but that wasn't his name— was a Mississippi River gambler, one of those gamblers of the old school, .who played a straight and honest game. He traveled, in fact lived, on the big river steamboats. He wouldn't have felt at home anywhere else. In no way did h* attempt to conceal the truth about himself. It was simply, 'Gentlemen, I am a gambler by occu­ pation, and a good one. If you care •o have me pl«y with you it will give me great pleasure. If you don't, it doesn't make ft "particle of difference.' "I was then doing some newspaper work in some of the larger southern cities, and mr business frequently car­ ried me aboard the vessels, and in this way I came to know Moore very well. I occasionally took a flyer or ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 June 1901

I by" •4 v, 11 remation's 133611 in Phases People who take to cremation seem jcp.to Have a fondness for haying their ashes scattered to the winds. There was the first man who was cremated in vi this country. That is to say, the first in recent times. Toward the end of the eighteenth century a southerner "V the name of Lawrence left a re 1uest toe cremated. His sons* built a furnace especially, and the first cre- yr, mation—not Indian—took place on. American soil. But in 1876 Baron von _5 ,: Palm was cremated in Dr. Lemoyne's private crematory at Washington1, Pa., -his ashesr were scattered Upon the Hudson river. Then theje was EJrnest Rosin, who, In 1897,' stbpd on7 the Eads bridge over: the .Mississippi and poured" his father'^ ashes into the stream below, fin both...cases the 'Sead had asked to be*thujy thrown adrift It is said that Jdaquih Miller has made a similar.- request^ Another case of the same kind'was-that,'of .^William Petersen Appleby, an officer ii. the Mexican and the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 June 1901

ill Sfii I Ife \t,*£ GRAND MARIAS. MINNESOTA There are more thira 1,000,000 square feet of glass surface in England ex­ clusively devoted to the cultivation and production of tomatoes for market pur­ poses. Among the figures returned for cities from the Italian census taken on February 9 are Rome, 502,000 Flor­ ence, 190,000 Venice, 151,000, and Bo­ logna, 152,000. The quick firing artillery with which the whole Swiss army is to be equippsd forthwith, consists of nickel steel gun3, 7.4 centimeters caliber, firing ten shot3 a minute, with a range of 5,800 yards. It does not appear that the English are ready to withdraw from South Africa. British agents are in this country asking bids on 20,000,000 bags .of feeding oats, 20,000,000 bags of seed oats, 20,000,000 bales of alfalfa hay and 20,000,000 bags of bran. It is under­ stood that these supplies are for the troops in South Africa. Here is the latest story of Judge Henry E. Howland, one of the most popular after-dinner speakers of N...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 June 1901

FBOM THE DAILY LYRES. ,M. Xiondon Cablegram to the Chicago Daily Anglomaniac.—-Alarming r'e ports come fromRussia. The czar is a raving maniac. *y He. shot' dead the secretary of states who entered his quarters unannounced. The czar has finally determined to shut all Ameri­ can made goods out of Russia. Act­ ing under instructions of the czar, M. de Giers, ambassador at Pekin, has or­ dered all Americans out of China. It looks as it,the relations between Rus­ sia and the United States are badly ©trained. England yet lives. The London Daily Beef says: Russia is robbing Japan of Manchuria. Eng­ land cannot stand idly by while this wholesale robbery pf territory is being perpetrated. .Let Japan and Russia come together and England will do her duty. Berlin.—The' Daily Bung Starter Zeitimg says editorially If England can get Japan into a fight with Russia «nd also keep the people of the United States convinced that Russia is an •en6my of the United States then Eng­ land may take a hand. ...

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. — 8 June 1901

THE COOK COJINTYHERALD. '?i OFFICIAL PAPERS COOK COUHTY.- €. B. MURPHY, Proprietor and PObllsher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, S1.00 A YErAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MABAIS. MINN..JUNE 8, 19&. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners First District—F. Jackson 8econd District—G. Olson ..Third District—H.Engelson Auditor Treasurer Register of Deeds.. Sheriff Clerk of Court Judge of Probate.. Attorney Surveyor.... Coroner... Sup't. of Schools... Chris. Murphy ..Chas. J. Johnson ,...C. H. Carhart H. Gulbransen C. H. Carhart T.W. Mayhew H. D. Jones Harris Mclver A. J. Johnson .Wm, Ellquiat MACCABEES. OGKMA TKNT No. 98.—Regular reviews held •very fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com CHRIS. MEBPHV R. K. The "silly sea son', is a continuous per formanoe in the offices of the yellow journals. A negio was lynched in Oklahoma while he was singing "I am going home to glory." Politicians are net the only persons who fin...

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. — 8 June 1901

-^Sjj LOCAL PICK-UPS. Miss Maud Miller left Tuesday for a •wit wifchrelsti res in Dulafch. Mise Nellie Murphy, who has been quite ill for some days is improving. A. V./ohnson has besn laid up this week with a severe cold and sore throat. Mrs. Oust Olscn, of Maple Hill, re­ turned on the Argo from Duluth Sun­ day. Col. E. B. Spileman returned the first of the week from a business trip to Du­ luth. Mrs. H. D. Jones returned last Sun­ day on the Arjgo from a few weeks visit in Dulnth. Boad Overseer Wannebo has warned out a number of eligibles for poll tax road work. James A. Tucker was here the first of the week transacting business at the «ourt house. Esail Meinhart, of Duluth, was a pas­ senger enroute to Big Bay on the Argo last Sunday. J. T. Hurst, the Wyandott, Mich, lumberman was transacting business at the court house Thursday. Adolph S. Carlson was a passenger from Duluth on the Argo last Sunday. He was enroute to his home at Hov land. A peddler is here trying to dispose of bir...

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. — 8 June 1901

A CHAPTER I. I was a great solitary when I was young. I made it my pride to keep aloof and suffice for my own entertain­ ment, and I may say that I had neither friends nor acquaintrjicetl until I met that friend who became my wife and the mother of my children. With one man only I was on private terms. This was R. Northmour, Esq., of Garden Easter, in Scotland-. We had met at college, and though there was not much liking between us nor even much intimacy, we were so much of a humor that we could associate with ease to both. Misanthropes we believ­ ed ourselves to be, but I have thought since that we were only sulky fellows. It was scarcely a companionship,- tut a co-existence in unsociability. North mour's exceptional violence of temper made it no easy affair for him to keep the peace with any one but me and as he respected my silent ways and let me come and go as I pleased, I could tol «rate his presence without concern. I think we called each other friends. When Northmour took his...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 June 1901

A TBttB ADMI Resultviif tii IrlafemAttempt to Imitate a Negro in Cajtchius Flies. Rear AdmiraKRobley X). Evans, in •A Sailor's Log," published by the Af L^letons, tells the following story: WVhen the Rhode Island was his flag ship, Capt. Trenchard, who com manded, had a very accomplished steward, a colored :man, who became •®o expert in catching gles off the cap tain's bald head that he never seemed annoyed by them. Admiral Lardner had .for his Steward a fine, large, heavjr-handed Irishman, who watched the colored man with great envy, while his .master, undisturbed, enjoyed his meals. Pat's master thrashed at the flies, and s^ore roundly as they lighted oa his close-cropped hair. The colored man went on catching flies with quick, dextrous movements of his right hand, until Pat could stahd it no longer. Drawing back, he made a vicious swing at a fly, but instead of catching it, he caught his master an awful blow on the back of the head. The captain, •'thinking there was a mutiny, gra...

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

FARM AND GARDEN 55" ®.A* -+WV (fail •&?!&>: MATTERS AGRICULTURISTS. JV Sons Up-to-Date Hints About Cnltlvar* tion of the SoU and Yield* Thereof— Hortlculture, Vittnoltnn and ITloricol tore. Fruit Tree* for Profit." From Farmers' Review: It is out of very great importance that we buy the right kind of trees if we would secure profit to the planter. Some ten years ago we bought 50 pear trees. Half of them have died since that time and nearly all have blighted badly. One, a Duchess de Angelyn, planted near the south door of the kitchen, has never blighted, and is the only one of several Duchesses that has done any good. Last year it was heavily loaded with large luscious peaig. Two years after it was planted we concluded to put a porch over the door and to the west of it. Not wishing to dig it up we left one board short in the floor so that it would not be disturbed. The top leaned to the south and away from the porch. Some predicted that it would do no good there but it has...

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. — 15 June 1901

1 "When the month is in her genial mood, And leafy smells are in the wood, In auhny nook, by bank or brook, Behold this lovely sisterhood. A spirit sleeping in the mold, And tucked .about by leafage old, Opens an eye blue as the sky, Nor deems.that she is overbold, Before a leaf hi on th6 tree, tv Before 1 see the bumblebee, 1 '^She hears a voice, "Arisen rejoice,'* And in furry vestments greeteth me. Before the oven-bird has sung, Or thrush or chewink found a tongue, She ventures out and looks about, And once again the world is young. •'Sometimes she stands in white array, Sometimes as pink as dawning day, *Or every shade of azure made, And oft with breath as sweet as May. .Sometimes she bideth all alone, And lifts her cup beside a stone, A child at play along the way, When all her happy, mates have flown. ..Again in bands she beams around, And brightens all the littered ground, And holds the gaze in leafless ways— A concert sweet without a sound. Like robin's song or bluebird's wi...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 June 1901

GRAND MARIAS, Tie New Jersey Judge who proposes to squeeze the water out of the trast stock will not be looked upon as a prosperity proflaeoter in certain quar­ ters. Municipal ownership has seized the people of F&lton, Mo., and tteey have voted to pcirchase a cemetery. This comes very near running municipal ownership lnto the ground. The population of the Dsfllan empire, according to the census last taken, $3 294 millions. The- returns "show an 'in­ crease in British territory of ten mil­ lions, attd a decrease In 'native -states of three millions. Merribers of congress returnlng/from Cuba are relating all sorts tif stories concerning the situation down 'there. All df which but goes'to show that a man can find out almost anything he prefers to believe if he will 'but be periistent. The toy-making -industry-df Ger­ many has enjoyed great 'prosperity during the past few'years. Gape Col­ ony, British East'Itidia, Eastern Asia, North and South America an'd Austra­ lia buy German to...

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. — 15 June 1901

PgfllMl lit# AND/'aOHN HAD TO. ftj8he ,i- 1 wm ., "From the London Tit-Bit—"John," 5. said, as she toyed with one of his ...^oat buttons, "this is leap year, is it j^^otr.^/ ..M: ]'juYkar Mamie," he answered,' as he .'-...looked fondly down on her golden head Shat was pillowed on his manly bosom. "This is the year that the proposing is. done by the young ladies?" :"v hope you don't expect me to pro­ pose to you?'\ ./Nj,,, 'A.i :L "Why, Mamie, dear, I never give tie ,:v{'4Baatter a thought. I—er—to—to—tell truth, I've--oaly known you for— Jthat is to say—" "I'm glad you did not expect me to ^propose. I'm not that kind, I hope. .•••|No, John, dearest, I couldn't be so im anodest. I'm going to let'you do the ^proposing yourself, in the old-fashion «d way. The old-fashioned way is .«ood enough for me." And the gentle maiden gave her lover a beaming smile .and the young man rejoiced that he .had found such a treasure of modesty. THE AMERICAN WAt. Prom the Indianapolis Sun.—After the duel...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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