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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 September 1901

fStlP® CHAPTER VI.—(Continued.) No laughing young sisters came to Calk over the great event with her »o gentle, loving mother folded her in fcer arms and prayed heaven to bless her in her new life no laughing, torigfot, fond school friends were there *s companions she was qtiite alone, toer heart aching and 'burning with a new sense of desolation and loneli­ ness. Her wedding day! Her toilet table was laden with jewels her fiance had been lavish in Ms presents xuo duchessj had more elegant or costly eurrounidings—yet she would have given all, she thought, for some one to love and comfort tier. Her wedding 4ayl Yet he had not been he had sent no note with the flowers, only his card and his compliments there was no promise of the love that was to come after marriage, not one kindly word to allay Iher doubts or her fears. There could be no picture more touch­ ing Chan this of the lonely girl with the flowers in her hand. She had turned to tihem as she would have turned to a living crea...

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. — 21 September 1901

& SUPERSTITIONS. W MjTHEY, ARE m.. believed^-in "^py -QAMBLgH "Pergon* of Both Sexw Who Take Bilks »t Chance Games Go About Armed "with Wonderful Talismans to Bring Good Lo«k—Their Omens. V/* JliStSir CB' S t* No people in the Y°rld are as snper l.«titious as gamblers. Every profes eional "dealer" will tell you of a.hun 5p/- -j.dred and one omens and superstitions, •some of which are his own peculiar property, and some of which are* com-, mon to all who make a living "by serv­ ing the fickle goddess in the temples of John Doe. And it is not only the peo­ ple who make their living by gam­ bling who are firm believers in'such things, but those who play the game tfrraaa the outside. There is scarcely a man or woman who gambles habitu­ ally that does not go armed with some wonderful talisman to bring luck. Not only the poor African "man and brother," who carries around "the left hind foot of a rabbit killed in a coun­ try graveyard at midnight in the dark xff the moon/' but the weal...

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. — 21 September 1901

iMl»OTIS CN SCIENCE OURMNT NOT88 OP DI8GOVBRY AND INVBNTIOM. OuntoN tk* Spin*, Its Causes snd Sympt«ms An lutiUMat Wbl«U Simplifies Instruction la T«l«f nsphy— FhotognpliiDf a Drason-ly. CURVATURE OF THE SPINE, In infancy and childhood lateral curvature of the spine develops very readily. In some cases, as will be presently shown, th^ causes are very slight so that, to use the words of one of our most eminent medical au­ thors, "It is really wonderful that most of us are tolerably straight." A slight asymmetry of one of the vertebrae of which the back-bone is built up, or an abnormal development or lack of development/ of one of the muscles which hold it upright, is suffi­ cient to produce a deviation from its proper position. This of itself would be of compar­ atively small moment if the organs contained within the trunk were not affected by any considerable chahge from its proper upright position. A lateral curvature cannot exist without a shortening of the trunk, just as a bow. w...

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. — 28 September 1901

?•., &sm &X If 4 1 Figures Are WMH •Sfe*- Nobody has ever satisfactorily ac "counted, for the popular partiality for odd numbers. "This Is the third time!" exclaims Falstaff,. on the occa­ sion of a crisis in his relations with one of the merry wives of. 'Windsor. "I hope good luek lies in odd numbers they s^y there's a divinity in odd num-' bersj either in nativity, chance or death.'' And it is scarcely necessary to say that the belief is much More older" than Sir. John Falstaff. Three, seven- and nine appear to have been, the favorite numbers all the world over. The ancients had three fates, three furies and three graces Nop-" tune's trident had three prongs, Jupi­ ter's thunderbolt three forks, and Cer­ berus three he^ads. We have three es­ tates of the realm, & man who accepts a bill has three days' grace, and three persons gathered together may make a riot# Shakespeare was well aware that he must have neither more nor ,.. less than three witches in "Macbeth," and* t...

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. — 28 September 1901

I py1 r.\' & ®heWtpia. •GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA A stlnglosB bee has been discovered In Mantserrat, in the West Indies. It gathers honey, the quality of which can be improved on by modern hives. Seven hundred and eighty-six miles of, Japanese railway, owned by the Japanese government, earns one-third mbr© yearly than 2,942 miles owned by private companies. The greatest bay on the face of the earth is that of Bengal. Measured in a straight line from the two inclosing "peaainsulas its extent is about 420,000 square miles, or nearly double that of Texas. A waterproof paper that has .just been brought out in Manchester, Eng­ land, is meeting with great success. It is "made up Of two sheets of brown paper stuck together with a -rubber solution. An attachment is provided in Swed «n by which the secrecy of the tele­ phone line is assured. The apparatus, which is rented at a moderate rate, in­ dicates whether the telephone operator is listening to the conversation or not The inspiration ...

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. — 28 September 1901

$77^ Our Wildest yMS:Tribe Tf Physically, the Seri arir cast in vlheroic mold. The mean adult stature ^fis 6 feet for males and 5 feet 8& inches g&rfor females, I. with the possible ex­ ception of one or two'Patagonian peo ^ples, the Seri are the tallest aborigines of America. Both sexes are notable or robustitude of chest and slender- Hess of limb, though the extremities are large. The great" chests and huge haunches of the §5eri bear witness to own naive -descriptions of the -chase, in which three or five striplings '-Partly- surround and partly run down ^ack rabbits, and five hunters habitu -ally capture deer in similar fashion V!'vand these reeitals are corroborated in Viturn by dozens of vaqueros who haVe «een small bands spring on the with­ ers of full-grown horses, break their -flecks by jaguar-like twist3, rgnd them -into quarters with teeth and nails, and then shoulder these and flee over the •sand wastes go swiftly as to escape pursuing horsemen The Seri inhabit a ...

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. — 28 September 1901

II %v-y THE COOK COUNTY HERAL OFFICIAL PiPER OF COOK COUHTYi, C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. I TERMS, #1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN-. SEPT. 28. 1901. HOOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. Commissioners .f....Fiwrt District—F.Jacksoh ..v*...8efcond MACCABEES.' OGKMA TENT No. 98.—Regular reviews held every fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. ALPHABET ON A PIHHEAD. Woidcrfol Bagrairlac Timber Land,, lnthiMinn^, Notice Us with the pi Junes. 187i timber lands in Nevada and W-i to all the Publi 1892. Andrew Cook and Sti day fiied in this 6661, for the pa: tiomo. in Tow will offerprootf nioie vain»hle 1 agricultural pu! to said lnnd be District—G Olson ... .Third District—H.Engelaoir Auditor....v.... .Chris, Murphy Treasurer.. .. .Chas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds! V......:: .C. H. Oarhart Sheriff .. .R. Gulbranien Clerk of Court ...:C. H. Carhart Judge of Probate..,:-....., T.'W.Mayhew Attorney l^Jdnes Surveyor ...

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. — 28 September 1901

4' $ ff5 5 LOCAL PICK-UPS. Hijoda went to JSlg bfrt Moqdsy accompany a cam^fajg^i^. •. J. Johnson and mi, Yisfcor, Weft* to Xtalath on the At#o Thursday. 1 Mw- N. otB«ia£h, visited MM. Andrew L*T*foti dazing the WWK. ip H. I. Jdftea $fcd Gfedrgt tit. Bnrfee returned from Dulufo ofctheiArgb San .4 ft*? 'v Bradley, of Duluth, Judge Dan D.lJir&iflgon, of West Su­ perior, transaote&lteudneas at the oourt biMsi the first of t&fe week. W W. Blackatiaw, of Duluthj, »ilft4 here )js!ti Monday looking up pertaMjjM to his tax titles in th* ftrati ty. ~,*W Mrs. H. Douglas arrived on the Argo last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Doug« las are patting th* Mayhew hotel in •hape jfor bosinM# The captaurof the Bon Ami demon* etrated hi* ooofideae* in the sea worthy qualities of his boat by going out in th* heavy north eaatet^ which prevailed Wednesdsy.?v Miss Nellie Mp$3hy returned Thurs* day from an oxtered visit with relfir tives in Duluth. Her fritond Miss Jen­ nie Patterson, of DulutB, returned ...

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. — 28 September 1901

1 a ''.V,—. -cresting them with foam. But now the otUlnees of the sea was sometihingmar velous and beautiful it was as though the great dark shadow of night brood «d over tiie waters—a stillness broken only by the rushing of the water through the paddle-wheels of the steamer. Slowly the line of lights wand the coast disappeared, and at last land was out of sight there was nothing visible but the heaving, sil­ very waters and the sky above. Lady Caraven sat on the deck the stewardess had advised her to go to tbe ladies' cabin, but she declined. Why seek ther close warm oabin while the stars were shining on the sea? The captain had brought a comforta­ ble seat for her she had a warm shawl. A faint hope stirred the young wife's iieart perhaps, when Lord Caraven saw her there alone, he might come and talk to her. She saw him once or twice. Once lie asked her if she enjoyed the beauty of the night, and her answer was "Yes then, as though he had ful­ filled a duty, with an air of relief h...

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. — 28 September 1901

tij/f WF 1 if isPi-• A & HowHorse^ Fight 'AAnimals at War," is the subject of bright and very interesting paper in /^HPearscm's Magazine by an observant ii(na^uraliat, Dr. Louis Robinson who ,lfeives many particulars about their ^fighting and weapons. "Horses, as a ,, ^rul'e, when fighting among themselves, •^use their teeti ^ore than their heels. gentleman who witnessed a furious wombat between t^o* Arab stallions 'informed me that not once did they ^attempt to kick one another with their tfhlnd hoofs, but each ma|e persistent attempts to seize his opponent by the »neck with his powerful teeth. They ^•continually reared up, in order to pre invent this attack succeedingj and, when that position, struck out at one an other with their front hoofs like a couple of pugilists. Hence It would appear as if a smashing blow with the hind hoof, propelled by the enormous­ ly powerful muscles of the thigh, is rather a method of dealing with ex­ ternal enemies than of settling ques­ tions of...

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. — 28 September 1901

ifesig The Girl of BY H. A. CALLAHAN. |Cop*irig.ht, Of course, the red clap-iboard eating house and station are the main attrac­ tions during these arrivals, and present scenes of unwonted activity rto -those accustomed to the aching solitude of the place by day or its blinking dream­ iness beneath the stars at niigbt. No one distinctly remembers just when or how the Girl became an iinsti tution at Lamy. However, they do re­ member that one September morning some years back there was a new^aSe behind the counter in the eating-house a face framedin dull gold hair and lighted by two blue-gray eyes, which seemed forever on the brink .of laugh­ ter. The boys who made their home in the little clapboard affair used- to call her Mollie but it was a name of their own devising and she accented It, as she did many other little thing? with an inscrutable smile that puzzled, yet meant nothing. When the ^erews would come in from a heavy elimb, soaked to the bone with rain and sleet, the Girl was...

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. — 5 October 1901

I if .pn.: fs kV^. I •S:tof ft I i# nil" I** 1^/ pf" i.,' 3&4<-•': *V~ Queer See|jj||j **&y Gypsies A strange and almost unknown part the population .(if they can be called that) of the British Isles are ithe queer semi-wi,ldfolk known as sea gypsies. Real gypsies they are, diffef ning from their fellow gypsies in the fact that they always live on the sea and that, never having mingled much with landsmen, their type is much purer and more nearly resembles the original. There are about 500 sea gypsies in Britain. They cruise along the coast, seldom touching the land, but always close to =it, in old and ^weather-beaten craft' thg,t may have '..carried their grandfathers. When the itide is out1 the old craft will often drop anchor by & sandbank island far out at sea, and her crew will grub for cockles with their hands, filling a .. score of baskets, but saying nothing ~i ,to each other, for they^are almost out of the habit of speech. They find fifty shellfish where the o...

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. — 5 October 1901

I ™sr im fi I •I' "I V:f' ,3 1 mi tJRAND MARIAS MINNESOTA There are altogether Yucatan fieven cities, thirteen towns, sixty-two ruined cities, 143 villages, fifteen aban­ doned settlements, and 33 haciendas Scarcely any of these places has as many as IK),000 inhabitants, the popu­ lation of the great majority falling be­ low 1,0H). American Roman Catholics contrib­ uted during 1900 for foreign missions $71,281), the amount being sent to the Central Council of the Congregation for "the Propagation of the Faith. The headquarters of the propaganda are in Paris, France, and from there the money is sent to support weak mis­ sions in all parts of the world. The American contribution is much larger than previous ones, :B It isn't against the law in Minnesota to kill a gambler if he has been cheat­ ing, and will not return the money to his victim. At least, a case at Granite Falls has just been decided to tifeat effect. Dr. Wintner pulled his pistol and shot a gambler with whom toe was play...

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. — 5 October 1901

in» *fh' ,v A i». fe t- A steamship recently arrived atNew i|iiYork with a little group of men pibrowned to a copper color by exposure '•^to the tropical sun. As- they peached the dock a number of people waiting to meet them gave each a hearty hand­ shake and extended congratulation^ In the engineering world this group S Will be long remembered as the men who put up the greatest railroad abridge in the world in a country r»ne 'j of them had ever seen, amid trials and troubles which might be expected to discourage anyone but a Yankee engi veneer. r^^Two or three years ago. the survey- Ors of a railroad line in Burmah came 1 vto BUILDING A 2OO-FOOT a hole in the ground which was so Meep that it seemed as if a balloon Twould be the only way to cross it. This hsras the Gokteik gorge. To go around •lit would require twenty or thirty miltes imore of track, and the question arose •Whether it coultf be spanned by a •bridge. The general officials of the -company thought it could if the right...

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. — 5 October 1901

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNT?, C. E. MURPHY, Proprietorand Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor.. TERMS, SI.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. POBlIfiEED EVERY SATU8IAY. GKAND M.MiAIS. MINN,. OCT. 5, 1MH. COOK CODHIY DIRECTORY COUNTY OFFICERS, Commissioners .. .First District—P. Jackson Second District—G. Olson .Third District—H. Engelson ...... .....Chris. Murphy .Chas. J. Johnson ,..C. H. Carhart ..H. Gulbransen ... C. H. Carhart .. .......T.'W. Mayhew lr.S Apditor.. Treasurer. Register of Deeds.. Sheriff .... Clerk of Court .,., Judge ofProbate,. Attorney., ...... Surveyor.,... Coroner Sup't, of Schools.., H. D. Jones ....:. Harris Melver ,.... A. J. Johnson Wm. Ellquist MACCABEES. OGKMA TENT No. 9S.V-Kegular reviews held every fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MURPHY B. K. THE LYNCHING HABIT Growing Tendency of Certain Sec* tions Toward Mob Law. Surprising und DiacoanginK P« tares of the Lawleiineii—W«wi Are Found Ami6ii)...

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. — 5 October 1901

P§? r- ri III !%,# '.i at'ri i? ijg ,y fjli I li-M LH fjj.' u-m '31 mi "H 1 KJft 4M •M .)fei I" LOCAL PICK-UPS. Miss Annie Johnson of Manistee, Mioh., is visiting W aunt, Mrs. A.J. £ohnson. E. H.Dooglaji went to Duluth Mon day night on. business connected with the drag store, Dr. Pearson, of Two Harbors, was here I! the first of the week getting acquainted with our peopW/% Miss Gertrude M. Miller weat to Du« llth on the Bon Ami for a pleasure trip Tuesday morning. "J' Isaao Johnson arrived on the boat Wednesday to be present at the mar­ riage of his sister. Commissioner Oust Olson, of this district, returned on Sunday from a business trip to Duluth.* jy John C. Murphy, foreman of Tin HBB •I&d, left, on the Argo Thursday for A business trip to the Head of the Lakes. Next Saturday the Minnesota and Nebraska foot ball teams meet at Min­ neapolis. Considerable interest is felt herein the outcome. 8.0. Murphy, of West Dttluth, visited relatives here during the week Mr. Murphy is one ...

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. — 5 October 1901

.# p* l*$is tm. S~ CHAPTER IX (Continued. r^V» Nothing came of the one solitary gtoaim of kindness. The next day Hil 4r©d did not see the earl at' all he Treat.over to St. Cloud with soane of his friends. The slight gleam of happi­ ness died away, the old feeling of des­ olation came back to her. The Com "lesse de Quesne called and pressed her !Tto go out, but the girl was sick at 33xearit. If suoh a strange lifer-married "^without love, without even friendship ""or liking—married, yet living with her husband as though she were the merest' •tranger—-his wife, bearing his name, 'jphgriitg his fate, yet knowing no more «f him than did the lowest servant in "sfhe household his thoughts, his mind, -iikls plans, his desires, his interests, his •vjtmissemients, his pleasures, were all vstrange to her. It was an unheard-of ^position, an unheard-of fate. Three weeks had passed away, and Lord Oaraven 'began to wonder how much longer he was to remain in Paris. •If he had 'been free to follow ...

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. — 5 October 1901

W r: S 1^ S! mm. A** AGE^ormtciiom ~y- 0 ______ /t ,^DIENTISTS HiRVING TO IDENTIFY THE RHPJ.MAT1SM ItflCROBE. 7"^" ',:"'-j'g:'--•': Present-Day Issroegtlgatorg Do Ntat At* ,i Acnte Inflammatory Bhouoift* t,8in to eaae Same vOrganismas Do Their /V.', Predecessors—^jRwIy Found Diplococcus. M1 T^i® *s tlie age o£ microbes^ The disease that has bo microbe tp which /I Jarternity cai be traced is not worthy °f the consideration ©f the medical fra tternity, and people .of quality will re /,j fuse to entertain it aan any considera j. tiffin. Physicians of hiigh standing de iy «texe that a good deal &f evidence that rheumatic fever is an infectious dis •.x 4**f has accumulated within the last », ten years, and while that theory is not Jftt J® be regarded as fnlJty established, ,•'» it ihas apparently gained some ground v, «ven this very spring. TJbie Philadel .. phia Medical Journal refers to it as •«, "the more, generally accepted view," to 'wjhlcjt the lactic acid and nervous origin ex...

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. — 5 October 1901

FOR BOYS AN^jptLS. SOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READER|» •ii •y#-X'»n Group of Children Fifty They Are Con­ ducting Bakery on the Swildf— Pies Made of Sand—Alligators Poll Man's Boat. Their Birthday. I've asecretto tell you, Dolly, Let me whisper it A your ear—. Tomorrow wiH be pur birthday, Your birthday and mine, my dear! As soon as the sun peeps over ThS hill where the blackberries grow, I'll be eight years old, my Dolly, And you'll be one, you know. Don't you remember, Dolly— I'm perfectly sure you do When I woke last birthday morning, The first'thing I saw was you? You sat on the edge of a workbox, Waiting, you lovely child, And when you saw I! was looking You' stretched put your arms and smiled. And you're just as lovely as ever, Though your curls are very thin, And your poor legs wobble sadly, And your' left eye's falling in. So, if tomorrow morning, Another doll comes here, We'll treat her well, but she'll never Taise your place, my dear! ^-Philadelphia Times. The Seasid...

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. — 12 October 1901

u. S'i VOLUME X. Folly's Fire. BY ELIZABETH CHERRY WALTZ. (Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) The old grandmother was dead and the baby, Angela, had followed her, as if the loving creature had beckoned to her from heaven. The winter/had been long the debts heavy and work scarce. Aurelia, with feverish eyes and scar­ let lips, had' sewed and toiled. Law­ rence, her husband, was sullen and discouraged. His tasks were irksome and to him there seemed little com­ fort at home. His trembling hands and shifting glances begged pitifully for a change, a relief of mind and body. In the spring news came to Aurelia of the death of her grandmother's brother, a wealthy bachelor. He had willed the grandmother' some money, and it fell to Aurelia as her heir. When she heard of it she went to Lawrence at the forge and sat down on the bench near him. It was a long time since sftie had sat there—almost a year. "That money is coming to me, Law­ rence." "Well?" "I have been counting on what I'd do...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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