ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Cook County Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,938 items from Cook County Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,938 results
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 August 1901

„T j- I 0 1 The Telegraph Girl A M3HANCE OF THE CHEROKEE STRIP. By Captain Jack Crawford "THE POET SCOUT." (Continued.)' 'God bless her!, And she called me 3Fred! Her heroism fanned yet bright­ er the flames of love in my heart, and I felt that her language indicated that «he held me in more than ordinary re­ gard. Were I dealing with fiction I would write a lurid description of a desperate conflict between the sheriff's posse and the outlaws, but as I am dealing in ac *.ual experiences, and the story will, no •doubt, be read by many acquainted "with the facts, I must adhere closely to the lines of truth. The special stopped about a mile north of the station to al­ low the posse to disembark, and, by ad­ vancing noiselessly, surround the depot and capture the robbers but, alas, for the well-laid plan, the noise of the train "was heard, and fearing a trap, the scoundrels, leaving me a parting curse, hastened from the office, mounted their horses, which had been secured near by, and m...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 August 1901

ar 1 1 •Jt Ip,Far florttylapcl/ PENSIONS FO RPOOR. Vhe Gi'wtt Plan of Baro* GngtafRaub of Sweden. Insurance against -poverty. on a, na­ tional scale is the dream of: "Baron Gus :taf Ifaaab, formerly an officer "in the Swedish army. He has,worked on his ideal for.overvtMrty yeafrs, and expects to have the plan, ia operation within a very few years. It is an immense un­ dertaking,, but ^Baron Raab is no idle dreamer, and te&S interested all Sweden in his system, nvhjch is indorsed /by the '•king, many «st fthe influential people of •Sweden and the larger organizations of ^Workingmea. 1 1 The plan 3s 'for a system of pensions, 'to be paM Rit of a fund, to which the governraetit will appropriate liberally, ^bvit the totilk of which will be raised by assessments on those likely to become public charges when they reach an ad­ vanced-age. The pensioners will toe di­ vided 'irito three classes: First, desti­ tute $6opie over the age of sixty years second, invalids between fifteen and si...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 August 1901

A COOK TYPKWRITER. Tbo New York Commercial gives the following account of a wonderful adaptation of the typewriter to the purposes of cipher code work which Jias been made by George C. Blickens 4erfer of Stamford, Conn.: For hun ^Ereds of years the brightest minds of -all civilized countries have been ^working to perfect a cipher code that cou!d not be solved, and at the same £ime might be readily translated. This .government has spent thousands of dollars to perfect each of the various •codes used by the different depart ments, and yet what has been spent by this country is very small compared with the vast sums spent by European .•governments to obtain cipher systems which would defy the ingenuity of the sharpest spies in the world. Probably -the most complicated code used by the United States is the naval code, and the secret of this code is guarded as nothing else is guarded. All the code liooks for the use of officers are bound 3m lead so that in case of possible ac •cident or ...

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. — 17 August 1901

DAIRY AND POULTRY. 'V "T~ *1 TERESTINQ CH APTERS-FOR• OUR RURAL READERS. v'«i How Enccentol Farmers Opera jta This Department of the Farm/— A Few aj Hints as to the Care of Iiiva Stoob And Poultry. ?f' ,! j- Kaflr.-Corn vs. Good Batter. Prof. D. H. Otis, of the Kansas Agri­ cultural College, communicates the fol­ lowing: 7 The Kansas Experiment Station has received numerous letters'from iarm srs and dairymen asking if Kafir corn will produce a poor quality of butter. The cause of these inquiries has been the reading of the following dispatch in our daily papers: "Lyndon, JKan., March 26.—It foas cost the Overbrook creamery of this place $4Uo to learn that the milk from cows ted on Kafir corn will not produce good butter.s For the past three months the manager of the creamery has been un­ able to' make high-grade butter, and •has lost about $400, on a reduction in the price. He had "experts at work to .locate the trouble, butvthey failed. .Finally one of the common laborers at the cr...

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. — 17 August 1901

Enteric fever is calculated to have killed ten Britishers in South Africa for each one who ha^ fallen a victim to Boer bullets. The heaviest precious stone is the zircon, which is four and one-half times heavier than an equal amount of water the lightest is the opal* only twice as heavy as water. ,r The 38th anniversary of the 'testab lishment of a territorial government for Arizona was marked by the dedi­ cation of the new capital at Phoenix. Governor Murphy presided. r"'V'V Pope Leo ill. has just reorganized his historic bodyguard. These gentle­ men always accompany the pope in his walks and attend him at all public functions. Leo XIII. has increased ,the corps from eighty to 340 in number, and has placed them at the head of the Vatican trootfs. The numerous islands of the Pata­ gonia archipelago are covered with evergreen forests capable Of supplying immense quantities of valuable timber, while the mountain ranges, being of the same geological formation as those of Chili and Peru...

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. — 17 August 1901

WOMM Jhi«inH.S^wda"™Cent *5^-1 fasM°n thl W°?en twit? ie Sh0uld a11 stylerof I' veil ih,.theory,. but practice is another ?thing. ,5 The^woJtoan of the present wh& has ,jthe Du Maurier type of countenance does not desire as a rule to accentuate ^•Its peculiarities. In fact, the Trilby 'face—ixnd it appears in almost every 101161 the artist's dames of high de­ cree—attractive after a certain fashion, but is not exactly beautiful all the'women of the twentieth century intend to be beautiful if nature and the beauty doctor can make them so. Did styles are fascinating—on the stage—f$r, there they form part of a living picture, but in real life new modes are best. If last year's gown is out of date, why should a woman deliberately,seek to array herelf in the style of a past decade, even for the sake of being pic­ turesque^ even with the desire to live up to her particular cast of counte nance it would be a sacrifice of good taste and good sense to resort to an­ tiquated modes when th...

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. — 17 August 1901

^OTICB_ OF EXPIRATION OP RES DEMFTION PERIOD^ np. p. STATE OF MINIPJSQTA, COUNTY of Coqk as. 14 ^BKSbt ffflj!. A. Cpngdeq Take notice that the following described piece "pr parcel of lapd. situatMv in gaid Cook (jpunty, State of Minnesota* yjk: Unrt IrQ Jjot? 2,14, Rj nwji of nejf of .•4. 9»ui nl ««»re puff wyeop-nn peuot pursuant to a real estate tax judgment entered in the District Court in the Counties of Lake an| 3pok, p*i the 21st pay of March, 1900," in proceedings to enforpe payment of "fcixea upon real estate whidh became delinquent in and priqr to the year 1^7' for said 'Cooli bounty. That the aipount required tq j-edeeitifjud lands' from such sale, exclusive pf the costs tq accrue ppon this no|ice, is tfie s$|d 'sum of tire DpUars and seventy-five cents, with interest thprepn at the rate of one pep pent per ipqnth ffpqm the day of said «al£ tq such tjfne of redemption, and subsequent delinquent taxes, pen-" altjps find costp, wfth interest thereof tq sqcn time of redemptio...

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. — 17 August 1901

r. NOTICE OP EXPIRATION OP RE­ DEMPTION PERIOD. If W IB. STATE OP MINNESOTAT of Cook—ss. To George M. Roots% ,1 8 ii undivided one third m interest West half of northwest quarter of Sec twin Nme in Township .3 j'COtJNTY Take notice that' the .following described piece or parcel of land, situated in said Cook County. .State of Minnesota, viz: hjt The undivided onei third interest in lots 8. 9. and 6i sold for the sum of Ten- Dollars' and Sixty cents pursuant to a real estate tax juderment 1,, entered in the District CoUrt in§£ 5 $ Counties of Lake and Cook, on the 21st day of March. 1900. in proceedings to enforce payment of taxes upon real iM estate which became delinquent in'and ^J,rior to die year 1897 for said Cook 4| County. That the. amount required to' I redeem said lancjs. from such sale, 1 ***e costs to 'accrue. upon i/:\ tnls Notice, is the- /nsaid sum .of re Dollars and 8ixty cents with interest thereon at the rate of: one ^F. °ent Per month from the day of said sale to su...

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. — 17 August 1901

IPs. fife 'H- •ass $Mk& DEMPTK \}%W 1 wmM' •". ••''8"-3 V&Vfj? *£TA*EE OF MINNESOTA*" -XiQtJNTY fr-U* of Cook—ss. JfovT. T. CulbertBon»® Uf- Take notice described piece 6^ ipSrcel of land, situated' in said Cook :t», RE.- County, State of Mfrnjaesota^fl^VIs: -. Und 1-32 Lota 5r Oi\ Iftfr"-' Itf, of Section 32inTownship 65 north, Ranged west, Was'bnthe8th day of May, A. D- 1900 sold for the sum of One Dollar and Seventy-five cents .v. pursuant' to a real'estate tax Judgment entered in the District Court in the Counties of Lake and Cook, on the 21st Hay of March, 1900, in proceeding? to tenforce' payment of taxes upbn i^real festate which became delinquent in and Iprior: to the year 1897 for said $ Cook County. That, the amount required to Redeem said 'la-nds from such sale, exclusive of the costs to accrue upon this, notice, is the said sum of One Dollar and Seventy-five cents jvith interest thereon at the rate* of'one per cent per month from the Say of said sale, to such tim...

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. — 17 August 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS. Jos. Britten the land man is here. Chas. Moore, of Lutjfl|»,, was her® the first of the week. J. E. Mayhew went to Dulath on the ArgoThursday afternoon. Mr. nod Mrs. Bowley, of Dntath, &re visiting Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Jonea. Treasurer Oh as. J. Johnson, went to Dnluth on the Argo Thursday. Joseph Carhart, of Mayvill®, N. Dak, is visiting Me. and Mrs. 0. JO. Oarhart. {Geo. H. Mayhew has accepted the po­ sition of eastoms inspector on the Bon Amu p. Mrs. Rriasrt Douglas and children ar­ rived £romLoaion' Oat, by the Argo We&oeedar. The oounty fathers will hold a special (meeting next Tuesday to transact rou­ tine business. •V ,Y.' Miss Flynn, of Duluth, arrived on the Argo Wednesday for a visit with her friend Mrs. B. P. Paine. W. W. Blaokshaw, of Duluth, was at­ tending to business matters sit the Court House during the week. There will be Sunday school at the court house tomorrow afternoon, Aug. 18th. Everybody cordially invited. Mrs. Chris. Murphy is enjoying...

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. — 17 August 1901

plf* II M: $$r '.f SJ Pi -fi.M 'it •fl IK'-?' "'•I III _:1 1 I i- BY KATE M. CLEARY. "^Copyright, 1901, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) It was a shock for Kennedy. He -ted almost completed sorting out the :4«tters to be delivered along his beat 'When he came on that one addressed "to Nora Dillon. He recognized the chirography instantly. He had seen r14 many times. The letter had been 'Written by Bertram Ryder. Ryder was lot only a fellow-postman, but his warmest and most intimate Mend. Why, he had not known that Ryder was even acquainted with Nor3.—the €lri whom he had come to love with -••a passion quite incommensurate with -Ala pay and hi3 prospects. Not that this latter fact would mat­ ter if they really loved each other. HBfc far Kennedy had not dared to put his affection to the test of a declara- Hoi}. But he had been screwing his courage up to that point for weeks, and—although he was far from being a conceited fello~r—he had felt that vt» was being encouraged by the pretty daughter ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 August 1901

1 f- i.-\kA rS -L» ''THE IAJONCTIOK From the Chicago Record having se­ cured an injunction restraining the po­ lice from interfering with his gambl­ ing business, the proprietor of the Gilded Front decided to go home' and rest and be away from the reporters. He had hardly entered the house be­ fore his wife complained that the hired girl was going to leave. "Oh, ho, she is, is she?" the saloon and gambling house keeper answered, "well, we'll see about that. I'm not in politics for nothing." Then he rushed out, and in half an hour returned with a big envelope, from which he took & legal document saying: "There, just go and read that to her. That's an injunction issued by a judge who is a friend ©f m'ne to keep her from leaving here as long as we think we want her around." "Well, there's anatlier thing,1' his mfe said, "that troubles me. The ice man is going to charge us more for •toe beginning next Monday." "No he ain't," said the man who had *ccess to the injunction mill. "I'll ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 August 1901

fpbcKET MONKEYS IN FAVO JDIminatlT# and Eagnglag P«t from the WUds of Brazil. The latest fad in the way of pets is the pocket monkey. It is only about two years since" the little fellow made his first appearance in thitf country in .Ms present capacity and he might be eaid to have taken the hearts of pet .lovers by storm. Now his popularity ilias become &o great that the men who •make a business of catering to the whims of the people who like pets say that the demand for the pocket monkey is five times as great as the supply. They predict a bright -future for the new favorite just as soon as the people down in Brazil can be made to understandv what a good commercial article they have and thus be induced to make a regular business of captur­ ing these monkeys and shipping them tip here. The pocket monkey dwells so far in the interior of Brazil as to be almost out Of the reach of traders. He is, per­ haps, *the smallest member of the mon­ key family known, being about five inches ...

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. — 24 August 1901

2 imM 4^| VOLUME X1®SS» ^W^*3SE?4!P'"s'is1 ^*wi Days of Suspense. BY FRANK H. SWEET. ^(Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) At fourteen Pierre was already dreaming and planning for his future. He would be a physician and surgeon, like his father, and he would own cot ton and sugar plantations and be good H&to everybody, just as Ms father had '.been. Only he did not say much of Stbls to his grandmother. One day pwhen he had mentioned it, she had caught him to her with a wild, pas- One day he* met Pierre.. "Now, now, my Pierre! My lit* one! Do not forget your father! rs Jtz&j *"fe:3I. Aefc. fove the day—the bright, the golden day**^" When Earth is fair on ocean and on land— When Sorrow smiles and Gare is laid away And Heart and Hope go blithely—hand in hand When Suihmer's breath comes softly thro' the door And Love ascends the summit of its dream When rippling waves roll lightly to the shore And Heaven's smile lies pictured ill the stream When N.x'-ure trembles with the p...

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. — 24 August 1901

mssssBssmasi C1.: GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA li Great quantities of firecrackers are now being received in this country from China, the merchants considering that there "will be demand for them. General Miles has long a&vocateda standing army which should consist of one man for every thousand of our to­ tal population, and that is substantial­ ly the size of the present establish­ ment. The police force of our largest cities consists of one officer to a popu­ lation of about four hundred and sixty. Hartford has adopted the automobile patrol wagory and the chief of police finds that it has proved successful in every way, resulting in a saving of time and money. An electric wagon­ ette was used pending the delivery of an electric patrol wagon, and the chief cays that it did the work of four horses at the nominal expense of 18 cents a day for power. The Maoris, the aboriginal inhabi­ tants of New Zealand, have actually increased in number during the last decade, and great wonderment 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. — 24 August 1901

#fp. '111# •J8®m *M2S5@v Trpubie^f tfoiLjek^ Si .' If the average small boy knew what 4i bard time birds have to rear their 'families under the best' conditions be would hesitate to disturb their nests, •even. if there was no law to threaten Ifcim with punishment :.J-veggs. lllkiSfe'-r If he did so There was a patient pair of robins, lor instance, who built their first nest more than six v/eeks ago in a low ^PPle tree in the orchard. Presently there w.ere two blue eggs in the nest. Then came the first catastrophe. Next morning the nest waa empty. On the .ground under the tree lay one of the eggs with two holes picked in its shell. That was the work of a big, sneaking bluejay, if one may judge by the fact that the same afternoon the robins •were seen chasing a scolding jay about *be orchard and that the picture Of the jay has long been in the birds' Togue gallry. *f\ Immediately after the destruction of their eggs the robins set about build­ ing a second nest on another limb of the s...

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. — 24 August 1901

•r-. Notice to BankersF STATF) OF MINNESOTA, CotNiY OF COOK, j6H Parsaant to an act of the legislature"appi'&Ved March S, 1881, entitled '"An set relating to duties of county tieasurers and the. care of public funds," being Section 729, General Stitutea of Minnesota for the year 1891, notice iB "hereby fciven that proposals for the deposits of the funds of this county for the ensuing two years will be received by the undersigned Board of Auditors nt the office of the County Auditor until the 10th day of September, A D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. Suoh proposals shall state what interest wilt be allowed on monthly balances of the amounts de­ posited, conditioned that the Said funds, with ac­ crued interest, shall be held subject to draft and payment at all times on demand, and also what interest will be paid on time deposits. Thede pository designated will be required to give sure­ ty bonds in the sum of $30,000 as security to the county for the funds deposited CEKIS. JV1 TJRPHY, "...

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. — 24 August 1901

HV lM 1 1 v*" 'It I I .•,:L0^||CK:j5jps.' J. H' JoB®B •Dalutl1 *Mi-\ 161t,nK c» 1 E. Maylfaw returned Suoday ffom a ^uluth trip. a -to Duluth on the Argo Thursday. John Drouillard left Thursday for the ne&c^of navigation. James Soott was here during the week Visiting his parents. Richard Garey, of here during the week. vjsp®' The brick work on.the new court hJuB© vault isabout completed. GIFV\ 1 FV *V. "-.VV was a visitor of the west, side went 0^the Argo Thursday. Frank Wishart, of Duluth is Hrand Mrs. 0. H. CarhaVt|f' Hans Engelson and Eddy Toftey, of Tofte, were here Motiday on business. •^•tl^rew Hedstrom went to Duluth Thursday to attend to business mat ters. 'Miss Margaret Taylor left on the Argo Thursday after a visit with the Misses |g: Miller. jri .* The s^h^oi house and tiuildingrs of' dis- triot .NQ.'.. 3U:ar%tvbeing:-.'.. repaired, and papered, ft] 14 Mis8 Nellie Murphy left this morning on the ^on Ami for a visit with friends in Duluth. Mrs. Croft* Miss Mellie Croft...

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. — 24 August 1901

Pen in hand, his keen, shrewd face full of deep thought, the Owner and oc­ cupier, Arley Ransome, sat at the square table, a large parchment deed epread open before him. He read on, jthe lines of his face relaxing until a cold, satirical smile curled his lips. He started as though half alarmed when •ibis clerk, opening the door of the room, suddenly announced: "The Earl of Caraven, sir." "I am ready to see him," was the reply. But before the earl entered the lawyer quickly folded up and put away the deed that had engrossed his atten­ tion. ,''fV/:. "Am I too soon?" asked a mellow, indolent voice. Arley Ransome looked up with a smile at the speaker. "No, my lord I was expecting you." "It is something after the fashion in which a spider expects a fly," said the young nobleman. "There is one thing to be said, I am a perfectly resigned fly. I know that evil hours await me, and I am prepared for them." The clerk placed a chair, and, at- a signal from his master, quitted the room, but the...

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. — 24 August 1901

1 BAI|X AND POULTRY. ^MTER ESTINO CHAPTERS £6R OUR RURAL READERS. y«mr CtHtcufal nunut*- Opcmtft *»&¥ »«portm#at o( Um Farm— a Fetr XtlntH to the Car* of Un Stoefc •ad S'oultry. Renovated or Process Butter. Farmers' Bulletin 131, of the Depart­ ment of Agriculture, says: Renovated or process butter, having been before the public for a few years, is little known as to the methods employed in making it. The better grades of it are made from miscellaneous assort­ ments of country butter, mainly rolls, produced by farmers' wives remote from creameries and sold or exchanged at the country stores, this atari ai be­ ing treated while relatively fresh. The poorer grades result from the treat­ ment of inferior raw material for ex­ ample, the aforesaid "country butter" by unfavorable conditions !Jthe has suffered great deterioration Experience has shown that only a pOor article of ren­ ovated butter can be produced from rancid stock. The process may te briefly outlined as follows: Melting...

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