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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 June 1901

ita? T$..J8E COOK COUNTY HERALD, mmtmiviMiwm. E. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CI.ARK H. CARHART. Editor. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, GRAND MARAIS. MINK.. JUNE15, 1901. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY, COUNTY OFFICERS. -Commissioners ,.<p></p>IS .First Dtfttrfct—F. Jaekaon .Second District—fj. Olson .Third District—H. Engelson Auditor.,. .Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas.' J. Johnson Register of Deeds ........C, H. Carhart Sheriff ,H. Gulbransen Clerk of Court .. ^U.C. H. Carhart JudgeofProbate W. Mayhew Attorney.. ,,.H.D. Jones Surveyor..r,,?..., Harri§ jyCB^iy&r Coroner.. ...A. J/Jotuison Sup't, of Schools ........ Wm. EliWuist MACCABEES.' OGEMA TENT No. 98.—R^ular revipsy^jlield tfVery fourth Saturday,. Visiting -Vaights cordially weloomed. .. And DOW L. U. C, TITOS, Com. Cifew. MUBPHY R. Z. Cabana seem to have the idea that the game of statesmanship is a series of bluffs and tricks. Wyoming has an oil boom. It has just started, but those thing...

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. — 15 June 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS. Noel Hatnline, of Lufcson, was a visitor last Tuesday. Kirby Jones left Thursday for & visit witb friends in Daluth. 9 J.E. Mayhew went to Duluth on a business trip last Tuesday. C. Butler made a business trip to Du­ luth the first of the week. C.W. and James 8. Rayburn, of Du­ luth were here the first of the week. Treasurer Johnson went to Daluth on & business trip last Thursday afternon. A. W. Peterson, of Lateen, was here last Tuesday transacting business mat­ ters. Nicholas Probeok, of Gunflint, is here on a trip of business and pleasure com­ bined. Miss Alice Ellquist and Bertha Xrerson went to Daluth on the Arjjo last Thurs­ day. James T. Hurst, the Wyandott Mich lumberman was a visitor the first of the week, Miss Ella O. Fiyan, of Minneapolis, is visiting her friend, Mrs. P. Paine, at the Mayhew hotel. The heavy northeast sea which pre­ vailed on. the lake yesterday stopped the work on the breakwater. L. M. Wilcutts and Wm. Getty were here Monday, they...

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. — 15 June 1901

yp 1 I never knew a character that wa3 both explosive and revengeful to the same degree he combined the vivacity of the South with the sustained and deadly hatreds of the North and both traits were plainly written on his face, Which was a sort of danger signal. In person he was tall, strong and active bis hair and complexion very dark his features handsomely designed, but spoiled by a menacing expression. At that moment he was somewhat paler than by nature he wore a heavy frown and his lips worked, and he looked sharply round as he walked,like a man besieged with apprehensions. And yet I thought he had a look of triumph underlying all, as though he had already done much, and was near the end o^f an achievement. Partly from a scruple of delicacy— which I dare say came too late—partly from the pleasure of startling an ac­ quaintance, I desired to make my pres­ ence known to him without delay.- I got suddenly to my feet, and step­ ped forward. "Northmour!" said I. I have never had so s...

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. — 15 June 1901

& ik'4' A''Sailors say that there are two grave­ yards in the Atlantic, one off Sable Island and the other at Cape Hatteras. The wrecks that strew the sea bot­ tom around the little piece of land be­ tween the. Grand banks and the main­ land, are mostly caused by thk dense fogs that prevail most of the year, misleading the skippers westward'-and eastward bound, until too late they find themselves upon the rocks. Fog is only a lesser peril of Hatteras weather. The cape is know the sev&pf seas over as the worst of storm centers The fury of its winds, the sweep of itfe ter­ rible cross-seas and' the treachery of its lurking shoals are a byword in the mouth of every deep-sea sailor. It is here that the government has just set the new and powerful lightship, No. 72, stanchest of its kind, to warn ships from the invisible perils of the coast. The dangers of Hatteras are gener­ ally unseen. Even in fine weather the water at high tide Entirely conceals the reefs of jafeged rock upon...

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. — 15 June 1901

MTTLE JAPAN'S NAVY. FORMIDABLE BATTLESHIPS Journal. r'Z: FLEET^OF^ &wN '-•••-B1Q BUILT. ,' jp|| m. Able to rr&flet Beady for S«B Conflicts Horn* Interests with the Squadron Assembling with Pomp and Clrcum stance in Far East. u2\* One of the most notable surprises of recent years has been the rise of Japan from a condition^ considered to be hardly civilized to the position of one of the great powers of th& world. In part this is due to the admirable or­ ganization of her army and the ex­ ploits of her navy in the war with China. The Japanese fleet was handled with an audacity and skill that startled professional observers all over the world. The want of a sufficiently nu­ merous fleet prevented Japan from re­ taining the fruits of victory, but her government at ,once set to work to create a navy adequate for the pur­ poses of Japanese policy. The result is seen in .the splendid squadron which Japan will soon have assembled in the far east. At the battle of the Yulu, Sept....

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. — 22 June 1901

!-R- -J,- ^C-:' '.' •"... y¥r r?' v-£'•':"7 .'• 11 V^TV'S'- '"fXi'lT^T 'Viigr-K A VOLUME X. PREACHER The pastorate of the Rev. Edward Schnadhorst, of the Roman Road Con jgregational Ohurch, North Bow, Lon­ don, is without any question of doubt I the most unique and remarkable on record. A few'days ago general at­ tention was attached to Mr. Schnad borst's work by his celebration, with appropriate ceremonies, of his forty third anniversary as pastor of the Ro­ man Road Church. Apart from the uncommonly long time which Mr. Schnadhorst has presided over his parish, the most extraordinary feature jin connection with his work ifc the fact that, from the inception until the pres­ ent moment, this work has been fath fully rendered without a stipend. Not one cent of compensation for nearly half a century of trying and untiring •labor has Mr. Schnadhorst ever re­ ceived or requested from his congre­ gation. Here is Mr. Sehnadhors' own story: "About forty-three years ago," he said, "I was att...

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. — 22 June 1901

I 1 ®hc Sctfid. *RAND MARIAS, iM. MINNESOTA^ The desert of Sahara Is noHittle spot. It covers 2,500,000 square miles between the Atlantic ocean and the Nile valley. The disconcert of the powers is a phase which events make accurate and timely, even though the dictionaries mark the noun "discontent" as rare. In going up to Windsor recently to be counted by the census enumerators along with the other residents in the castle, King Edward of England em­ phasized the fact that although he is the seventh royal Edward, he is, nev­ ertheless, among nearly four hundred million people of his empire, but one man "for a' that." The "budget speech" In the New Brunswick legislature disclosed the in­ teresting estimate, that the average cost of capturing a bull moose, taking into account, of course, the money the hunter expends while he is in the province, is $500. Bull moose "come high"—but sportsmen willingly stand a-tiptoe to hang pocketbooks on their antlers. The oldest mail carrier in the Uni...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 June 1901

hfJP® i$^0pt' v'/: $AmF i$»Nfci»r THEvSKIRT }With fingers weary and cramped, And a wrist that was stiff with pain, •JA lady walked, in a Paris gown, Down Bond Street in the rain, Splash, splash, splash, Through puddle and slush and dirt, .'And half to herself, in a sobbing tone, She sang this "Song of the Skirt" '"For fashion's sake," she moaned, "Full many a cross bear we )T.ike abject slaves we bow To her every new decree. J3ut of all the cruel modes With which we women are cursed, MOur( walking-gown, with its trailing train, Methinks is by far the worst. ifSweep,' sweep, sweep, Where the waste of the street lies thick tSweep. sweep, sweep, However our path we pick— '•Dust, bacillus and germ, Germ, bacillus and dust, "Till we shulder and turn from the sorry sight With a gesture of disgust." —London Truth. A Corner on Cabbages. BY E. W. COOLEY. (Copyright* 1901, Dally Story Pub. Co.) For years Higgins enjoyed the repu­ tation of being the most chronic prac .'tical joker in the club...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 June 1901

v|9E ifWv -j .'C,' „c. SI 1 11 1 if 11 J«THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. If' S^JFFICHI, PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor! TERMS, §t.OO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. JUNE22, 1J)01. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners .. Auditor........... Treasurer.." Register of Seeds.. Sheriff.. .... Clerk of Cqurt Judge of Pkbate.. Attorney. Surveyor Coroner Sup't. of Schools... .. .First District—F. Jackson .. .Second District—8. Olson .Third District—H Engelson .Chris. Murphy .Chas. J.' Johnson .C. H. Carhart H. Gnlbransen ........... C.'H. Carhart T. W. Mayhew H. D. Jones ...—..... ,...Harris Mclver ....A. J. Johnson Wm. Ellqulst MACCABEES. OGEMA TENT No. 98.—Regular reviews held •very fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. Titus, Com. CHBIS. MURPHY R. &. Prof. Herron will find that it will take more than .flowry writing to popular­ ise vmarriageless country. motherhood in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 June 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS. Earl Miller, of Duluth, is visiting friandsin town. Harry Delvirie and James Bedmond.of' Daloth are in town. A son was born to Adatagi and wife last Thursday afternoon. Kirby Jones returned Wednesday on the Argo from Duluth. H. May hew returned lastSunday from a business trip to Duluth. O. A. A. Nelson, of Lutsen, is in Du­ luth on business natters. Andrew Johnson, of Two Harbors, was here the first of the week. J. 0. Flynn, of Duluth, was here Thursday on a business trip. Mrs. Dilley and daughter went to Du­ luth on the Argo last Tuesday for a visit. A daughter was born to Mrs. Charles Anaquet last Sunday.. The father died a few weeks ago. Col. E. 3* Spileman returned on the Son Ami Thursday from a business trip to Duluth and elBewhere. Work on the new jail will be com­ menced next Monday, and the building ia expected to be completed soon. Mr. and Mrs. L. Ut 0. Titus went to Duluth on tihe Argo Thursday. Mrs. Titus expects to remain for some weeks. Frank Laufenberg,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 June 1901

ill xm "eg,-- A Brave CHAPTER IV. This was my wife's story, as I drew tt from her among tears and sobs. Her vtame was Clara Huddlestone it souiid «i very beautiful in my ears, but riot •o beautiful as that other name of Clara Cassilis, which she wore during the longer and, I, thank God, the hap­ pier portion of her life. Her ftvther, Bernard Huddlestone. had been a pri •rote hcjiker in a very large way of fmsiness. Many years before, his af­ fairs becoming disordered, he had been led to try dangerous, and at last, crim­ inal, expedients to retrieve himself from ruin. All was in vain he be­ came more and more, cruelly involved, «ad found his honor lost at the same moment with his fortune. About this period Northmour h&d 'been courting his daughter with great assiduity, though with small encour­ agement, and to him, knowing him $ima disposed in his favor, Bernard SKfoddlestone turned for help in his ex­ tremity. it was not merely ruin and "dishonor, nor merely a legal condem­ nati...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 June 1901

1 HI: •fit WHYMRS. HHKHAil ••I® Able to Help Sick Women When Doctors Fail. gladly would men fly to wo- tlv.'i mao^s add did they but understand & I woman's feelings, trials, sensibilities, jtfr *nd peculiar organic disturbances. j^lF1103® thin&s, W "J&MI $Sri are .known only to '"ji"1^ t^omen, snd the aid a would givo •&, is not at his command. a case properly it is nece&- ,k «ary to know all about it, and full *I$1M *n^orma^on» many times, cannot be Jfi^en by a woman to her family phy« MRS. Gt. H. CHAPPBLI* sician. She cannot bring herself to tell everything, and the physician is at a constant disadvantage. This is why, for the past twenty-five years, thousands of women have been con­ fiding their troubles to Mrs. Pinkham, and whose advice has brought happi­ ness and health to countless women in the United States. Mrs, Chappell, of Grant Park, HL, whose portrait w® publish, advises all suffering women to seek Mrs. Pink ham's advice and use Lydia E. Pink ham's Ve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 22 June 1901

FAtapiKB GAMMER. MATTERS OP INTEREST Td AGRICULTURISTS. Soma tTp-to-D»t« Btats About CaltSva th» of th« Soil ud Yields Thereof— Horticulture* VlttAUItan and FlorUml- The Sad Flank'' (same 'r In a book written by ^Professor Waugh, on plum culture, lie prints a letter received by him from D. M. Adams, of Sumner county, Kansas, on tiie sand plum. We believe it will be interesting to our readers and so re* produce it here: \J'*'" "This'plum grows wild in'this coun­ try along the Arkansas river. The beat patch of wild ones I have seen was on the bank of the Arkansas at •the. mouth of Slate Creek, a few miles •above Gueda Springs. There' was •about forty acres in the patch that had been left in its natural state. The .ground looked li?ke a barren sand­ bank. There was no grass or weeds Or other shrubbery, except a few wild .grape vines. It was a hot day in August. The sand was so hot that the boys, could not walk over it in their feare feet. The bushes grew down to: high water mark in the...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 June 1901

V* s: & 'REACHING THE POLE. At a recent meeting of the Vienna •'Geographical society Herr Anschutz Kampfe described as his own a plan of reaching the North Pole, which, how ever, was suggested some years ago by a Swede, but for the execution of which he is now having a vessel built by German marine engineers at Wil helmshaven. His plan is to reach the pole by means of a submarines boat, passing under the ice of the Arctic ocean. In his address, as reported by the Geographical Journal, Herr. An schutz-Kampfe said: The main fac­ tors affecting the practicability of the .scheme are: First, the extent of the .separate ice fields in the polar sea, and, secondly, the depth below the surface to which the ice reaches. From extensive study as well as per­ sonal observation the speaker had ar­ rived at the conclusion that the aver­ age maximum depth of the pack ice may be taken to be 80 feet, while the Nmean -v v. thickness does not pxceed 16 to 20 feet: Land ice reaching in the form of i...

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. — 29 June 1901

GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA Mary Owens of Chicago is said to be the only woman in the world who does regular police duty. Every husband can testify that this is incorrect. According to a recent regulation, pupils in the schools of Saxony will hereafter he required: to commit to memory 291 Biblical, verses and 193 verses of hymns in addition to the catechism. An Ohio speculator fainted when he saw that stocks in which he was in­ terested were going down, and when he came to he found that he was many thousands of dollars, richer than when he lost consciousness. Yet a few years from now he will tell his grandchild­ ren that he made his money by econ­ omy, industry, and the exercise of his superior ability. Exercise cannot with impunity be neglected, and should be taken reg­ ularly and in moderation. Most wo­ men would be all the better for walk­ ing four or five miles each day, and, were they to do so, instead of de­ pending so much on street cars, good complexions and trim figures would l...

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. — 29 June 1901

m* "-w What this athletic young woman en Joytad in this endless tramping about in. February weather over muddy 'roads, mile after mile, exclaiming over the shifting clouds and the changing 'colors of the pine woods, Larry O'Neil could not comprehend. But her whim "was his law, and so she walked and he followed. Bred on a big ranch, and accustomed to do his walking behind a plow, that kind of exercise presented to him only the characteristics of hard labor, and he was thinking regretfully of the warm and cosey little room they had left at her imperious cofnmand. NOTT five miles from home they were sitting down to rest on a primeval boulder, where the pine woods sloped down to a rutty road. Pine cones lay thick upon the ground. Above them swelled grandly the music of the tree tops. "People are always telling of the health and joy of sleeping in the woods in a bed of pine cones," said Miss Harwood, picking up a cone and pricking her finger on the sharp tines, "I shouldn't think these r...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 June 1901

if Pi ^C«K' r"' •C '°V-i S0L VJ/.f. rrr THE COOK COUNTY HERALD, OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY, C. 6. fllURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H, CARHART, Editor., 1 mMics. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PBBU3HBB EVERY SATURDAY, GRAND MARAIS. MINN., JUNE 29, 1901.i COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY 0FFICER8. I::: Conftnissioners Auditor Treasurer Register of Deeds., Sheriff Clerk of Court Judge of Probate., Attorney., Surveyor Coroner 8up't, of Schools... The labor organisations are already the field with petitions to Congress for the reenactment of the Chinese exclu­ sion law, which will expire next May. A cable news says a satisfactory end the Chinese muddle is in sight, butf unless our memory is at fault, the same thing has been said several times before. Cuba is likely to find getting a reci­ procity treaty with the U. S., that will be ratified by the Senate, a much harder job than getting an independent gov­ ernment. A New York soientist says rubber can be grown in the U. S. We do...

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. — 29 June 1901

*^S .1 :f.- •..A :_X. •L m. f, 1 IPi Sfe LOCAL PICK-UPS. L.U. C. Titus returned Sdnday from Daluth. iP f|i Dr. H. D. Jonas was at Grand Portage Thursday, yrf C. J.Johneon left Thursday for a bus­ lines® trip to Duluth. J9^®-Kni(tert of Lawrence, Minn., was J-^here during the week. Vp'-': H. Mayhew was in Duluth daring the A: week attending to business matters. f-,-. ,z The Bon Ami is laying in the harbor ,, rtodaj^]i^count of a heavy southwest sea. Father Dugas, of Fort William, is •'c here holding services at the Catholic i^ohuroh. E. W. Wakelin arrived on the Bon ^•{Ami Thursday after au extended visit in Duluth. John Eliasen, the Hovland assessor, .was here with the assessment book Thursday. .... Bernard Marsch, of Gun Flint, was i»ere last Tuesday, he left for Duluth on the Boa Ami. Frank Laufenberg made final proof -on his homestead before the Judge of Probate Tuesday. sof Emil Eliasen and Adolph S. Carlson, Hovlana, were passengers on the Argo ThursJay enroute to Duluth. Miss ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 29 June 1901

'0fi mmn A CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) "Miss Huddlestone——•" I was begin­ ning to interrupt him when he, in turn, cut in brutally: "You hold your tongue," says he "I un speaking to that girl/'r "That girl, as you qall her, Is my wife," said I, and my wife only leaned a little nearer, so that I knew she had affirmed my words. "Your what?" he cried. "You lie!" "Northmour," I said, "we all know you have a bad temper, ftnd I am the last man to 'be irritated by words. For all that I propose that you speak lower, for I am convinced that we are not alone." He looked round him, and it was plain my remark had in some degree •obered his passion. "What do you mean?" he asked. 1 I only said one word, "Italians." He swore a round oath and looked at us from one to the other. "Mr. Cassilis knows all that I know," said my wife. "What I want to know," he broke out, "is where the devil Mr. Cassilis comes from, and what the devil Mr. Cassilis is doing here. You say you are married that I do not believed I...

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. — 29 June 1901

•WEE IS A PBODIGY. BHSSK UXT !--i wjptsg h:mmm mvmmmmemm INDIANA MAN WHO EXCELS °N AT FIGURES, •*^S(K -'ffC'"—"— JSlgtiV Otlelnal Methods for' Addition —Ten for Division and Sixty-Four to* Multiplication—Mentally Raises Large Knmbers to Fifth Power. i- rrv* ,• Arthur Griffith, commonly known us the lightning calculator, and conceded to be the greatest mathematician in Indiana, was horn on a .farm near Milford, Ind., on the 13th day of July, 1880. From the time he was able to 'walk until the present his whole thought has been on the subject of mathematics. When but a small lad lie would frequently count the aum toer qt potatoes his mother peeled, or the number of ears of corn husked iby Ms father. One day he counted the number of sticks of wood sawed by several men, the total being 6,583. When Griffith was 10 years ©M his jparents moved to Milford, and for the »ext-seven years he attended the pub-: lie schools there. The teachers were unable to teadh Mm anythlos in the line of mathem...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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