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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 20 July 1901

mwM 1 & a I I 1 1! I'i 1 II II m(: Ml iW: .jn: -'•k&'r -'V. I %l 1^? I 13 ff'v-'f jiijfiinti-iiF» THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY.: C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor *«d PulHsher. CI,ARK H. CARHART, Editor, TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. WBLISBED EVERY SATURDAY. GUAM I MAEAIS..MINH.. JULI 20,1901 .•• Y- COOK COlifYiDIRECTORY, COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners Auditor.,.. Treasurer Register of Deeds.. Sheriff Clerk of Court ..,, Judge of Probate,, Attorney Surveyor Coroner Sup't. of Schools... .. .First District—P. Jackson .. .Second District—G. Olson .Third District—H. Engelson Chris. Murphy .Chas. J. Johnson v, C. H. Carhart H. Gulbransen .... C. H. Carhart T. W. Mayhew ...H.D.J ones ..., Harris Mciver .... A. J. Johnson ..... Win. Ellquist MACCABEES. Ogema Tent No. 98.—Regular reviews held every fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. Titus, Com. Chris. Murphy R. K. MORGAN'S GIFT TO ART. New York Banker Present* to Metro* polltan Museum a ...

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. — 20 July 1901

!||p LOCAL PICK-UPS: ", Don't forget to come and vote at the }sk', flrtli AAI AlnrtfirtM school election^,gjv ^HAv. "j$. E* B* „r Spileman went to Duluth on the Argo Thursday, t* Miss Gertrude Earhart, of Duluth, is Tisitinjf MrB. H. D. Jones. Dr. H. D. Jones was in Duluth on A business trip during the week. _• Treasurer Johnson went to Duiuth on the Argo Thursday on a business trip. Miss ^Minnie Smith, of Manistee, y. Mioh., visited friends here during the week. •.*.' Owing to the heat and flies during the past week teaming has been done after dark. Mrs. Gust Olson, of Maple Hill went to Duluth on the Argo Thursday after­ noon. Miss Hose Murphy left on the Argo Thursday for a trip to Duluth and the Twin Cities. Dr. H. C. Spengler, the Duluth dent­ ist, has been here during the week a guestat the Mayhew hotel. Last- Sunday was the hottest dky on reoord in Duluth, the thermometer av­ eraging 80 degrees for 24 hours. Miss Lizzie Howenstine, of Duluth, and Miss Daisy McLaren, of Fort W...

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. — 20 July 1901

1 5 •l&v.SW 1 1 4 CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) And with that he was gone among til# thicket. I made a fire, for I had no fear of' the Italians, who had even •pared all the little possessions left in my encampment and, broken as she tM by the excitement and the hideous catastrophe of the evening, I managed *0 bring her back to some composure of aalnd and strength o£ body. Day had already come, when a sharp •^Hiflt?" sounded from the thicket. I atarted from the ground, but the voice of Northmour was heard adding, in the faost tranquil tones: "Come -here, Cassilis, and alone I want to show you something." I consulted Clara with my eyes, and, receiving her tacit permission, left, her alone and clambered out of the den. At some distance off I saw Northmour leaning against an alder, and,'as soon •a he perceived me, he began walking aeaward. I had almost overtaken him he reached the outskirts of the wood. "Look." said he, pausing. A couple of steps more brought me out of the foliage. The l...

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. — 20 July 1901

vi ]V I mm •V fv-:.:' Vi. |DBINK WATER FOR STIFF NECK. ""The simplest temporary cure for a etilt neck or any similar attack of the muscles anywhere, explained a well known physician to a Washington Star reporter, "is the very free drinking of water. A large .glass full of water every half hour or even oftener, should be taken and the treatment kept up for at least half a day. This, it must be remembered, only cures the effects and unless it Is kept up for a long time will hardly get at the cause, which is now generally understood to be an excess of uric acid in the blood. The cause of a very large amount of water haa.a tendency to dilute the blood and increase the supply of the lubricants about the sheaths of the muscles. It is the deficiency of those lubricants that produces what are known as stiff necks, stiff shoulders and the like. Nearly all of the so-called mineral wa­ ters can bis used and those that have lime, iron, potash, lithta or sodium fihould be preferred if they are h...

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. — 20 July 1901

DAIRY AND P01 KTEBEST1NQ CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. Vow WuMwful fuinw Operate. This Deputmnt Um Rua A ftw Bints t» tiw Car* ot Lin Steele and r«dtiy. Oolii-Cared CheMe. The loss of prestige which New York cheese has suffered on account of the deterioration, of its quality as com­ pared with the old time cheeses that made the state famous have led the Investigators at the State Experiment Station into various lines of inquiry. Inspired by the belief that cheese, gen­ erally, when cured in factories was held at too high temperatures, a series of tests was undertaken to. determine the effect of cool curing. The results have been set forth as follows in a bul­ letin recently issued by the station: "Pure milk handled with the great­ est care to avoid dirt and odors, and ripened, set, cooked, drained and pressed after the most approved meth­ ods, was made into Cheddar cheeses. Different lots of these cheeses were -made, at various times through two -seasons, the lots foi each test be...

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 July 1901

VOLUME X. .That plenty but reproaches me Which leaves my brother bare. Not whtilly glad my heart can be While his is bowed with care. If I go free, and sound and stout While his poor fetters clank, Unsated still, I'll still cry'out, And plead with Whom I thank. Almighty: Thou who Father be Of him, of me, of'all, Draw us togther, him and me, One Blow Too Many. That whichsoever fall, The other's hand may fail him not,— The other's strength decline No task of succor that his lot May claim from son of Thine. A, -1 would be fed. I would be clad. I would be housed and dry. But if so be my heart is sad,— What benefit have I Best he whose shoulders' 'best endure BY CHARLES EUGENE BANKS. (Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) "Che littlegj^cm'df^lA&eliick/sdyniaipie^' from the fact that the country for miles around had been settled by peo­ ple from that district in Ireland. After two years in the Klondike the little "village seemed quiet as a graveyard. It was Sunday morning and the ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 July 1901

isim lse#a I a££ A mamnioth tooth, 15 inches broad, a foot long and weighing 16 poundg, has been found near Chelsea, Cal. Women have almost a monopoly orange packing in California. The fruit Is so dirty when it is first picked that it has to be carefully dusted before it Is ready for shipment. In a little handful of earth in the crotch of the branches of the big elm in front of a store at Norway, Vt., is a currant bush. The shrub has been growing there for two or three years, and has attained a vigorous size. Last year it bore fruit for the first time. There is a noticeable falling off in the supply of pastors for Protestant churches in both England and Ameri­ ca. There is also a prospect of a sim­ ilar deficiency in Germany, for while 10 years ago out of every 1,000 students who entered the German universities ,206 were students of theology, in 1893 the number was 150 for each 1,000, while this year it is only 101. It is claimed that there are fewer gum chewers in Washington than i...

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. — 27 July 1901

{PREVENTION Off TYPHOID FKVEB^ Typhoid fever, being a disease that always requires the personal attend­ ance of a physician, may be properly referred to from the point of view of prevention. It is well known that typhoid fever is a water-bone disease, and is com­ monly taken into the system in drink­ ing water which has become contami nited from the excreta of persons suf­ fering from the disease. Freezing does not in any way impair*the vitality.of 'the bacillus of typhoid, so that ice from a river or pond may convey the •disease to consumers hundreds- of miles, perhaps, from the source of in­ fection. Carried In Milk. Milk has more than once been the xneans of conveying the disease. For­ tunately most milk dealers are aware of the necessity of cleanliness in the preparation of milk for shipment. In most modern dairies the bottles, be­ fore being filled, are subjected to the sterilizing effects o£ steam. Epidemics of typhoid fever traced to dairies have in most cases been due to the...

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 July 1901

J.Y THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY, C. E. MURPHY, proprietor and Publisher, CLARK H. CARHART, Editor, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANQE. PUBLISHED EVERY SlTUHDAt. GRAND MARAIS. MINK.. !A JULY 27.1001. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY, COUNTY OFFICERS. iH Commissioners ,,. .First District—F. Jackson ,,,.Second District—G. Olson ..Third District-rrH. Engelson Auditor Treasurer.. ...... Register of Deeds. Sheriff. .... Clerk of Court .... Judge of Probate.. Attorney Surveyor Coroner Biip't, of Schools... Chris. Murphy Chas. J. Johnson .0. H. Carhart ,H. Gulbrangen .....C. H. Carhart .T. W. Mayhew. ,,.H. D.Jones ,,, .Harris Molver .... A. J, Johnson W«. Ellquist MACCABEES. OGEMA TENT No. 98.—.Regular reviews held every fourth Saturday, Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY R. K. ARCHDUCHESS' MANY Dispatch AnaoantlBC That Sor#ly Poailed Cable Bdliov. cable dispatch tent from Vienna recently announoed that Archduchess Maria Raineria had been marr...

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. — 27 July 1901

H" yf 3* LOCAL PICK-UPS* D. D. Qaillard, of Duluth. jiria^J.a tow& during the week, Lord* Engelaon, of Tofte, waa trans­ acting business here last Tuesday. ll Eddie Tofte was here the first of ..the TOek transacting basiness matters. Commissioner Engelien returned to ins home at Tofte the first of the week. Bobert and E, H. Douglas went to Duluth on then Argo Tuesday morning. r-i B. P. Paine is enjoying a visit from his sister, Miss Emma Paine, ef Boston, .Mass. A. E. Gilbert and John London, of the Bed Cliff Lumber company, were in town. Senator E. B. Hawkins, of Biwabik, was here last Monday and fished at Peyils Track. Samuel J, Goiter, a' special agent of the U. S. Land Department was here the first of the week. Postal Inspector W. P. Mars was here the firBt of the week examining the ac­ counts of the looal office. Postmaster E. L. Fisher, accompanied by Mrs. Fisher and daughter, were here last Monday on an outing. The tug Constitution, of Duluth, is heie with a scow loading ...

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. — 27 July 1901

stv^ Came 1 CHEROKEE STRIP Crawford SCOUT (Continued.) She was going away, that was a %lwaed consolation going to a busy "OfflcQ where she would have no time "to wire chats. I could endure her for few hours and although I would %ave resented from any one the impu­ tation that I was a liar, 1 assured her I would be delighted to have her come, ud would endeavor to make her brief Yteit a pleasant one, When the freight from the south 'Whistled that afternoon, I had nerved ioyself for a few hours of torture. The caboose stopped away down in the 9»rd, and as I stood on the platform re­ flecting on what a martyr I was going to make of myself, I saw the conductor assist my visitor to the ground, and «tart with her along the side of the train towards the depot. A call from tlx© instrument drew me inside, and' •when I came out again they were near the platforrx I stood and stared in hlanjt s^azement. A neat, stylish lit ITe ngure clad in grey, a jaunty hat, from beneath which the prettiest im...

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. — 27 July 1901

*B It J: in* *B It J: in* Df fix y» k",' Lotteries, love stories ancl politics have founded more British peerages than ancient descent and deeds of arms. In the sixteenth century Lon­ don Bridge was covered with shops, and the most prosperous shopkeeper on the bridge was William Hewit,' a worthy linen draper, who had accumu­ lated a fortune, and from his promi­ nence in his guild looked forward to changing his yardstick for a knight's 6word and getting a. titled husband for his only daughter, Anna, who was his heiress. In the shop of William Hewit was an apprentice, Edward Osborne, who naturally fell desperately in love with his master's daughter, the fair Anna. Old Hewit's family lived over the shop, and the apprentice boarded with them, sleeping under the counter in the store at night, as all apprentices do in story books. In fact, young Os­ borne was a real story-book appren­ tice from beginning to end. One day Anna, th«3 heiress, who probably was leaning too far out of the windo...

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. — 27 July 1901

&» *Ski GA£PN. :/& MATTERS^ OF INTEREST. TO AGRICULTURISTS./ mmMr&m Coim Pp-to-Oata Hints About Ooltln^ 4Ion of the Soil and Yield* Thereof— Horticulture^ Vltiaoltar* and Floricul 4u«b .'ity?'/? '•«. V:- MannrlnE Wheat. In a recent bulletin on the manuring of soil. Prof. John Fields of the Okl&' Jioma Experiment Station says:1". In seasons when there is an abund -ant summer rainfall, manure plowed under will decay and settle down. On the other hand, in dry seasons, and especially if the soil is not well culti­ vated soon after plowing, manure which is plowed under will keep the •soil open and make it dry out easily. The seed then goes into a dry soil, .germinates poorly giving a thin stand, and starts off the wheat in a weakened condition. This makes the manuring of land sown continuously to wheat difficult, •and in such cases, it would appear that -a top-dressing, well worked into the •surface of the soil, would be the best and safest practice. Attempts to follow Ka...

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. — 3 August 1901

81 VOLUME •V«* \h?$ MviiSSiS Life is a privilege. Its youthful days v' Shine with the radiance of continuous Mays./ ,* To live, to breathe, to wonder and desire, To feed with dreams the. heart's perpetual fire *-4 -. ., To thrill with virtuous passions, and to glow -'v With great ambitions—in one hour to know The depths and heights of feeling—God! in truth* a if a if Life is a privilege. Like some rare rose t7.: The mysteries of the human mind,unclose. •••. What marvels lie in earth, and air, and sea! What stores of knowledge wait our opening key! What sunny roads of happiness lead out Beyond the realms of indolence and doubt! And what large pleasures smile upon and bless The busy avenues of usefulness Life is a privilege. Though noontide fades And shadows fall along the winding glades. Though joy-blooms wither in the autumn air, Yet the sweet scent of sympathy is there. Pale sorrow leads us closer to our kind, And in the serious hours of life we find Depths in the souls of men'whic...

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. — 3 August 1901

11 CxUAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA Illiterate white inhabitants in south­ ern and border states are most numer­ ous among the mountains. Kentucky has 16 per cent, Tennessee 18, South Carolina 18, and Alabama 18 per. cent of illiterate whites. Baron Benvenuto d'Alessandro, an Italian, has invented a means of check­ ing the force of waves by means of nets made of waterproof hemp. One recently tried. with success at Havre was 360 feet long by 50 feet wide, with jaeshes 11 inches apart. The nets will break the waves at sea, and, will also be -a bulwark for hydraulic works against heavy surf. Amid all the demands of the public purse the Salvation Army has succeed­ ed in making a remarkable collection as a result of its self-denial week. Last year the "week" produced £42,845 this year it has raised £47,181. Scot­ land increased its subscription by £165, Ireland by £238, while London slums collected £765, as compared with £645 a year ago. Count E. de Keratry informs the Paris Matin that his grand...

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. — 3 August 1901

!Jr 4 $ \ti 1 1 *rir say Tve packed my traps and I'm goin' back where the fields are green and broad, And the colts, with their legs all doubled up, are rollin' on the sod They'll smile, I s'pose, when they see me.come, and they'll, some of 'em, likely They thought I'd forsaken the farm for good the day that I went away— But-let'em smile—I'm goin'back—I'm sick of. the noise and fuss, TWhere a couple of dollars count for more than the life of a common cuss They 11 nobody notice I've went away—if you told 'em'they wouldn't care, But somebody's face'll be full of joy when she greets her boy back there. I goin' back, for I've had my fill—I've saw what there is to see The city may still be the place for you, but it's lost its charm for me And won't I be lonesome there, you say, with the people so far apart? Well, mebby they're few and far between, but each of 'em's got a heart There ain|t no hundreds of thousands there to push you around, I know, Not carin' a cent where you're comin' fro...

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. — 3 August 1901

8$ tei J8&' •II® 1 6s4' site mfi'^9lowed- a' •'1»" 'L MIft .111- ,,,3 THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFHCftl PAPER OF COOK C0MT5F?* 'J.« E. MURPHY, proprietor and Publish^. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. fERMS, $1.00 A YffAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED, EYERY SATURDAY. GRAN I) MARAIS, MINN.. AUG. 3,1901. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. powmissipnersj ... Auditor.:.......... {Treasjirer^ ....... Register of Deeds.. {Sheriff. ...... Clerk of Court Judge of Probate.. Attorney.. .. Surveyor. /Coronet............ 3up't. of Schools... First District—K Jackson .. .SdooridDistrict— G. Olson :T?iird Djstrjct— H. Engelsoh 98.—Regular CHRIS. MUEPHY R. K. WORST HORSE ON RECORD. ^.Ineoln Thought He Wu Not fiven Fit to Draw a Heaif« tq ... the Cemetery. Lincoln used to be fond of telling a story which he got from Mr. Connant pf a lawyer in a western town who de­ sired the nomination for county judge, says the San Francisco Argonaut-. On the morning preceding the evening on which the county convention w...

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. — 3 August 1901

NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OP RE­ DEMPTION PERIOD. No. 18. Ov- ."8-3 STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY of Cook—ss. To George M. Root: Take notice that th'e following described piece or parcel of land, situated in said Cook County, State of Minnesota, viz: The undivided one third interest in lots 8, 9. and JO. of Section eight and undivided one third in-' interest iu. West half ol northwest quarter of Sec tion Nine Township 61 north, Kange 1 west, was on the 7th day of May. A. D., 1900, sold for the sum of Ten Dollars and Sixty cents pursuant to a real estate tax judgment entered in the District Court in the Counties of Lake and Cook, on the 21st day of March, 1900, in proceedings to enforce payment of taxes upon real estate which became delinquent in and "nor ..to the year 1897 tor said Cook County. That the amount required to redeem said lands from such sale, exclusive of the costs to accrue upon this notice, is the said Sum of Ten Dollars and Sixty cents with interest thereon at the rate of on...

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. — 3 August 1901

W "$••.. .': S^ ®V:' -. 11 I I 11 II V* s. vj V, li I y*)\ "j 1 1, & ih I: a* Statutes of Minnesota of 1894 and the time within which said lands c&n be redeemed from said sale will expire sixty days after the service of this notice and proof thereof has been filed 111.the fr. JTOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RE DEMPTION PERIOD. No. 42. .".'•• 8-3 PTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY of Gook—ss. .. To J.T. Cplbertson Take notice that the following described piece OP parcel of land,. situated in said Cook County, State of Minnesota, viz: Und 1-32 Lots 5, 6, 10, ijj pf Section 32 in Township 65 north, Range 5 west, wa^xm the 8tli day of May, A. D. 1 sola for }4*eium of One Dollar and Seventy-five cents pursuant to'a real estate tax judgment entered in the District Court in the Counties of Lake and Cook, on the 21st 4ay of March, 1900, In proceedings to enforce payment of taxes upon real estate which bpcame delinquent in and prior to the year 1897 for said Cook County. That the amount required to...

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. — 3 August 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS Kirby Jones left,the latter part of last week for Buffalo. 1 |S|| Mrs. L. U. C. Titus has BO far recov­ ered that she is expected home next 'w66k Jaa. C. Hunter, of Duluth, and J. Jfci. Mitchell, of Winona, were her© the first of the week~fi* Alex Eraser who has been in the pine district returned to Duluth on the Bon Ami this morning ^, John McAlpine the well known Du­ luth lumberman was transacting busi­ ness here the first of the week. .~'w Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Oarhart are'etojoy ing a yisit from Mr. Carhart's mother, Mrs. Joseph... Carhart, of Mayvilie, N. ^'Dak. Wm. Hendricks, of Minneapolis, and Jno. F. JFitzpatrick, of St. Paul, were working at the court house duridg the A. DeLacey Wood has been released from the Fergus Falls Insane Asylum. He was there for about a month and claims that he was entirely flane all the time. R. 8. Howe arrived oh the Argo Wed­ nesday and is engaged in improving his farm east of here. Mr. Howe, who is a first class barber, expects' to...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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