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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 12 October 1901

®hf Xi 0 I I' OR AND MARIA MINNESOTA fgfc ... -—C. In Sweden the purchase of medlcinea from abroad Wy individuals is forbid­ den by 'law.^S$^ The army woTm is essentially T. a nnrtirm nf ,, tUrleS a grass-eating insect, though it often feeds upon other plants^ jiad. ig §aid to prefer oats to corn. Vv'? Kansas City papers contain an ac­ count of three farmers being arrested there while fighting over the posses­ sion of an idle man, whom each want­ ed for a farm hand. petrified within 24 hours. The re­ markable change was attributed to lime salts in the system. of her 20th year of consecutive ser­ vice. A quick and easy way to change the atmosphere in an invalid's room is to pour some cologne into a soup plate and set fire to it. The spirit will make a. pretty flame, and impart ,,a delight­ fully refreshing odor to the air. It is a striking fact that the teasel as an instrument for raising the nap on cloth has never been superseded or improved upon, though various at­ tempts have been...

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. — 12 October 1901

Sfi„| Gen. Shatter, who commanded this MHXth Army Corps, which captured xlly, 1 Santiago in the /fTOwV ummer of '98, was •M/. Yonce an enthusias AW 3®^ tic admirer of Ad -'^fV Hw m^ral Schley, rand v^L^sd^. /probablyis now- a a a that happened just fg? Gen. Shafter. before and after "Cervera's fleet ^dashed out of Sanitago to its destruction he would he well |f equipped to play the part ,of a star "Witness in the coming Sampson-Schley "investigation. He did not seem to re "gard Sampson as a great fighter in .'/those days. We who were with the doughty 'Bhafter have very lively recollections of the general's bringing his huge fist 'down upon the quivering cdmp table to •emphasize the string of characteristic -«trong words he used to express his opinion of Admiral Sampson. "Why doesn't he force his way into the bay?" said the general. "Is he fafraid of scraping some of the paint 'from the bottom of his ships?" This was after the Spanish fleet had .been destroyed. There were no war­ shi...

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. — 12 October 1901

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. p. E. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINK.. OCT. 12,1001. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICER8. First District—P. Jackson Commissioners Second District—G. Olson —Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas, J. Johnson Register of Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff u. Gulbransen Clerk of Court C. H.' Carhart Judge of Probate T. W. Mayhew Attorney H. D. Jones Surveyor Harris Mclver Coroner A.J. Johnson Sup't. of Schools Wm. Ellquist MACCABEES. OoBitrA TENT No. 08.—Regular reviews held every fourth Saturday. Visiting knights cordially welcomed. L. U. C. TITUS, Com. CHRIS. MCBPHY R. K. DISBANDING A GREAT ARMY. of United States Troops Tkat Served in the Philippine Iilaad*. An important event in the history of the United States was the sailing" from Manila of the transport Kilpatrick with the 33 officers and the 1,013 me...

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. — 12 October 1901

£88 ft" 3&* I 5 t.f LOCAL PICK-UPS* Earl Milter lain Duluth oa Btiariteeca. Mrs. &. H. Douglas ia Raiting friands $b Minneapolis. 0. W. Wileon, of Dntatft, via in towii pon bnamaaa Moi|day^ Ohaa. J. Johncon* raturnad Sunday •reniog from Duluth. OomapjSwioner Olson on lha Bob Ami thia moruBf. Guy. Titua and niatar, Thalma,*ent to Dolotb on the Argo Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Zimmerman loft* on tha BOB Ami thia morning for Duluth, :'-t I P®'« Wm. Colvill returned on the Argo Thursday from an extended riait Bad Wisg. ^,,, -, :|r A* J. Johnaon and son, Victor, re­ turned Sunday araning from a week's £Wt in Dtftath. Miaa Oertrude Miller returned on the Baa Aim Monday evening from a riait with frianda in Duluth. v-- Mra. Franfc LaSage took her daugh­ ter, Adelaide, to Duluth thia morning to have her treated by the pttysioiana there. Mr. MoMartin of the Duluth Corru­ gating and Booting Co. arrived on the Argo ltaftday eyeoipg to complete the contract on the court houae unit. Mr. a...

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. — 12 October 1901

THE Usiifc£#& iV '\L„ CHAPTER XI.—(Continue#.) "I will care more," ehe said, making It desperate effort to rouset,.. herself. •^Wliat am I to do?" Amice was all animation^ Slie iforought out a beautiful dinner-dress, dress that looked like a soft black cloud tinged with golden light "Amber and black!" said Lady Car •ren. "Surely I am dark enough, lAmice? Lord Caraven likes every­ thing about him bright and fair I Should wear something lighter if I mean to please him." "You promised, my lady, that I should dress ywi as I liked to-day." "It does not matter," she said, indif­ ferently and so the amber and black •was worn. Nothing could have suited her better. The low dinner-dress showed the ex­ quisitely molded neck and shoulders, the rounded arms it displayed the teautiful contour of a figure tall and Craceful. The mass of dark waving ttiair was arranged in thick shining colls fastened with a diamond arrow one dark crimson flower lay in their depths. A pearl necklace was clasped r...

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. — 12 October 1901

i* *!ip If rJ fe, K« U0& FOB BOYS AND GIRLS. Loser., 4 _y $ ii W! *|A Fable.'^^4^7 One day the little red hen was peck­ ing about, and she found a grain of wheat. ,... "Oh! See here, see here! sh^'said: "I have found some wheat*''Who will ^rry it to the mill to be ground? Then we can Aave a cake." m.1 "Wno'll carry it to the milir* I»" said the mouse *Not said the grouse ^'"Then I'll carry it,myself," rK Said the little red kea. ^'Fho'll bring home the flourT* ii. ^'Not I," said the mouse :"Not I," said the grouse "Then do it myself," Said the little red hem. /"Who'll make the «ake7" "Not I," said the mouse? "Not I," said the groiise "Then I'll make it myself," •j Said the little red ihen. I*- "Who'll bake the cake?" •. "f»ot I," said the mousey "Not I," said th® grouse "Then I'll do it myself," -Said the little red hen. "Who'll eat the cake?" ^1 will," said the mouse "I will," said'the grouse "I will eat it myself," Said the little red lien. The Joke Was on ithe Headier. One da...

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. — 12 October 1901

I, JiRfc N1 ',- 0. •ON SCIENCE IlS/^URRENT NOTES OF DI800VERY AND INVENTION. 1 Prevention of SbIA Dlitaiei—A Fl»h Scsllnf Instrument—Heat from the Star*—Hand Band Dating Sjtamp— Hydrogen as an niumlnaafc. ^||.. jtWa THE PREVENTION OF SKIN DISEASES. Diseases of the skin result from a great variety of causes, but as the study of them progresses, more and more are found to be due to the ac­ tion of some parasitic* Microbe. Ring­ worm, acne, boils, carbuncles, certain vforms of eczema, barbers' itch, and many other affections are undoubtedly caused by the presence and growth in the skin .of certain microbes. These differ in the different affections, but all of them must bw brought from with­ out in the first instance, and be de­ posited in the skin, before the par­ ticular disease can be produced. It is not always possible to, deter­ mine how the germ of the disease is carried to the skin, but very often, probably in the great majority of cases, the infection occurs in the toilet. It/is...

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. — 19 October 1901

Probably never sinceLast Island, in the Quit of Mexico, was swept away,' forty-five years ago, by such a hurri­ cane as destroyed Galveston, ahd for many months afterward the fishermen of Baratarla and Atchafalaya dared not go to fish because their nets caught dead bodies everywhere, has a fishery been laid prostrate so strangely as have the fisheries of the north French coast in the past three years. But the French fishermen are not catching corpses in their nets. What they haul up out of gray, cold seas of the English channel are living-things —perhaps the ugliest living things that have their being on the globe. They are octopi. They fasten to the hand lines and rob them of the hooked fish. They crawl into lobster and crab traps and fill them with the slime of their bodies and the ink that they squirt as soon as they find themselves captured. They weigh dowiji the deep seines and cling to boats and oars And the fishermen themselves. A vast catastrophe, of which the de­ tails neve...

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. — 19 October 1901

"GRAND MARIAS, MINNBSOTA, -1 The arm? worm is essentially a grass-eating Insect, though it often feeds upon ofherplants, and Is said to .prefer oats to-corn, *-r- The British war office is said to be considering the training of dogs to carry water and provisions to sick and wounded In time of war. Atmospheric sharps say that even at the equator the average temperature of ihe sea at the depth of a mile is but towr degrees above freezing .point. Dispatches from' Siberia say that tiw crops, owing to the two months' "drouth, are almost a total loss. Meas •wnes feave been taken to avert famine. 'The dandelion produces 12,000 seeds per: plant, shepherds pulse 87,000, ithistle 65,000, chamomile 16,000, bur­ dock 43,000, and the common plantain 44,000. The British war office has increased fhre rates of pensions and allowances to. the widows and orphans of sol­ diers killed in action or dying of wounds in South Africa. In a London case just tried a mes­ senger boy was sent to the office of a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 October 1901

/l 1:V,I v-.&v v? I IK ilC M' v«h Van Holden was not in love. He "was not even contemplating suicide. He had merely arisen early to enjoy the novelty of such a thing and had "wandered half a mile from the summer hotel to this protected little cove. As his digestion was excellent he took from his pocket now a briar pipe, filled it and struck a match. "It it were not so beautiful," he re­ marked- aloud, looking out to the sea as the match burned up, "if it were not a real sacrifice to disturb the absolute harmony of this scene—and if other people did not go in so much and muss the water up—I believe I would take 'a dip right here and now." The match having gone out, Van Holden struck another and lighted his pipe. Then he clasped his hands about his knees and rocked gently back and for­ ward. "I ought really to be in love," he went on, "so that I might spout poetry this very minute. Poor old ocean! How much you have borne from love-sick individuals who insist on murdering good vers...

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. — 19 October 1901

Isit Pi® nm II '5! 5 Sii *., '^v1' •A S II THE COOK COUNTY HERALDL OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. I C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. OCT. 19.1901. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. & Commissioners Auditor Treasurer Register of Deeds.. Sheriff Clerk of Court Judge of Probate.. Attorney.. '. Surveyor Coroner.. Bup't. ofSchoolB... .. .First District—F, Jackson ...Second District—(3. Olson •Third District—H. Engelson Chris. Murphy Chas. J. Johnson C. H. Oarhart ............ H. Gulbransen .C. H. Carhart T.W. Mayhew H. D. Jones Harris Mdver A. J. Johnson VVm. Ellquist QUEER FRONTIER EXPERIENCE jBfhy a Weiten Pioaaef Puill? Had (a Pick Tketr Wkmt Ove*, Keracl by K«ra«l. In narating the frontier expe­ riences of "The First White Baby Born in the Northwest," in the Ladies' Home Journal, W. S. Harwood tells of a queer experience that befell the family in the first year aft...

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. — 19 October 1901

iH :r -'-i Wl 'ft fh h* to*- i'j I If Bi II IS LOeAIWPIQK-UPS.g ^L. TJ.O. Titua -went to Duluth TueB Uayon business. -. Postmaster Bra ties, of Hovland, was h«w tha first of the week. Andrew Bryntson, of West Superior, was a visitor during the week. Commissioner Olson returned home from Dnluth Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zimmerman return­ ed from Duluth Thursday evening.. D. A. McDonald and J* K. McKinley, of Duluth were here during the week. Alex MoDonald and Wm. Faulkner of Duluth arrived the first of the week for tun exploring trip. H. H. Phelps, of the Duluth law firm of Phelps & MoManus, was in town yes­ terday on business. The Cook County State Bank is hav­ ing afire and burglar proof vault built at the rear mt the building. Mrs. Oarmoni, of Los Angeles, Cal., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. J. T. Boberg, left on the Argo Thursday evening. The oorner stene for the. Norwegian Xiutheran ohuroh on Maple Hill was laid yesterday. Dr. A. F. Elmqttist of Duluth offi...

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. — 19 October 1901

Kf CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) "This is almost as good as a billiard •table," said Hildred laughingly but tfc« earl «hook his head. "It may be for you," he replied "but Is not for me." "Lord Caraven," said Hildred, "a tboaglit has just struck me. We have km married—how long?—since the of August, and it is now October do you know that -you have never 'Once addressed toe by name? My •ccfeool-fellows used to call me 'Dreda,' father calls me 'Hildred.' You law so contrived as never to give me •any name at all. "¥ou do not say 'Lady -Caraven,' 'Hildred,' 'wife,' or anything «I the kind. How is it?" "I cannot tell," he replied, blankly. Th« question had evidently puzzled Mb. "I do not expect you would ever care use any pretty familiar loving name, but do you not think you might learn to use my own? Lady Cdturtenay used to look at me, when joa addressed me in that general kind of way as 'you,' Could you not say "Hildred'r "I—I really do not know," he re plted "it is an uncomfortable kind of ...

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. — 19 October 1901

'^itesaS A (ih 1*4 |4. l?,li '&S h*. a mm •r?.' Philadelphia^ Style. irf- $ '"The sultan of Jolo has given a"fifty year- (absolute- -concession of :the, island y*off to one of the native Parana princes." '/Well, say, the sultan bf Jolo must "think he's the Mayor Ashbrldge of the "Philippines."—Cleveland Plain Dealer. To. Maye Cl«tlies Lout. Never in home dressmaking cut any tipd ol woolen goods until they have been sponged, as cheap material is often tot dampened before it is sold. ToVdo this properly at home, get an Ironing board or tabMj the width of the goods and cove* with tightly-stretched calico. Spread your cloth, wrong side cover with a linen cloth that has been.,well wrung out in water, and then press it with a hot iron length­ wise of the goods. Never let the iron be still, and the goods must fall evenly on the floor, oh to a. clean cloth as pressed.—'': '•-"•'fBow Bell* .Xlleneed. Whatever may be the case with St. Paul's, partial damage has already been sustained by t...

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. — 19 October 1901

it V* W\v. pfllW« il: BSAm *, %P# TO BEACH THE POLE 7 *Mf J'ftf' pT A WHITER SfiMMESTS A •NEOIALLY OONSTRUOTED STEAMEIL :v: —•••.'. 'Uir& toy* XzplotlBg FftrtiN Have Always Xnrntd Back on Aoeout of the I*ek of Food-—Food FHtor DetomlBM the Working Out of Polar Problem. The prime, imperative need for suc­ cessful Arctic work is a specially con­ structed .steamer, ice protected and of high engine power, so that she can go anywhere and undertake anything. Every steamer in the St. John's fleet has drawbacks, and once the explorer had at his command just such a steam­ er as is needed, fast, strong and of small coal consumption, 200 Qr 300 miles of distance to the pole would be gained, and the base of supplies and operations carried so much nearer the front. Peary's way to reach the pole, which be fully set forth in his Ameri­ can geographical paper January 12, 1897, which the society's committee ap­ proved and on the lines of which his present expedition is conducted, has both common...

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. — 26 October 1901

jS/-:' fc, nl Till VOLUME 4 J* iW. "SHE A silvery tide, called "Sunny Side,"' Goes creeping 'round the earth,' And never a place but wins a. grace In the jubilant flood of mirth, From the dancing gleam on the fretted re am To the dimple on baby's cheek That, in and out, ta .his-merry sltout, twinkles a hide and seek, .- Wherever it goes, the darkness* glows And men and women sing It fills their eyes with a glad surprise And stays their sorrowing The- heart is a tune, the world is June, Nothing is old or gray, As it passes along with the swell of a song I-ike- a musical break of day. O Spirit of Love, in the blue above, Who makest the sun to flame, Who' guidest the flight of the planet bright, •, And c'allest the stars by name, It is'thou dost "hide in the "Sunny -Side," And oreepest from heart to heart, And. soul or clod, we share tne Qod Who Comes, and shadows, part. "... The Traumerei. BY C. JOYCE. I (Copyright. ,15)01, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) Dear Jack—Tomorrow is the begin­ nin...

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. — 26 October 1901

rsM 4 ~£*t r* •'4ft I. She' V1 GRAND MARIAS, MINNESOTA The recent christening of a Maine echooner by strewing pinks and rosee on tHe deck was a pieasunt departure from the usual practice of breaking a toottle of champagne over the bow, and •especially fitting in a prohibition state. An old woman died in a squalid at­ tic in a poor quarter of Paris, the. p$h er day under conditions suggesting persistent starvation. ©a the removal of the body from the attic the police found that in drawers and comers the deceased had hidden £1,000 in gold, as well as title deeds which were worth £400 a year, There has been discovered in China a curious picture, evidently of great antiquity, which is supposed to repre­ sent Noah's Ark resting on the top of Mount Ararat. As is well known the religious literature of almost every nation and trace contains an ac­ count of a deluge, and a Chinese man­ uscript recently unearthed follows very closely the sstory recorded in the Bible. One of the Russian railwa...

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. — 26 October 1901

While M. Santos-Dumont, the Bra­ zilian, is repairing his dirigibale bal­ loon in Paris, Gustave Whitehead, a Connecticut inventor, is bidding for aeronautical, honors with an airship with wings that soars like a bird. Mr. Whitehead has made several experi­ mental trips, It is claimed, with a cer­ tain amount-of success and without an accident. His longest flight up to date was -half ,a j^nlle at an elevation of 50 feet from the ground. The airship is certainly a queer looking bird. It acts as strangely as it looks. It can run along the ground at 30 miles an hour, and when the operator wants to travel through the air all he has to do is to GUSTAVE WHITEHEAD. make sure he is carrying enough ac­ cident insurance, pull a throttle, and hold fast while the machine opens its, wings, flaps them, and darts upward, says the Boston Journal. Mr. Whitehead lives at Bridgeport, Conn. He has been an assistant to Prof. Langley of the Smithsonian In­ stitution and of Prof. Andree. He was assisted i...

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. — 26 October 1901

ifwfl THE COOK COUNTY HERALD -U OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUNT! €. E. mllUPHY, Proprietor sod Publisher. CLARK H. CARHAUT, Editor. TERMS, *1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATUfiSAY. OR AMD MA&AI8. SHNH., OCT. 26. Iflbl. (M CODMTY DIRECTORY. CO0NTV OFFICERS. Commissioaen ... .First District—P. Jackson Second District—G. Olson Third District—H. Engeison ,.. ...j.Chris. Murphy .... .Chas. J. Johnson ........C. H. Carhart .... ..H. Gulbransen .. .....C. H. Carhart Auditor...... Treasurer.. Register of Deeds Sheriff........ .... .... Clerk Of Court Judge of Probate Attorney.. Surveyor Coroner Bup't. of Schools A T. W. Mayhew H. D. Jones .. ....Harris Mclver A. J. Johnsofi Wpi. Ellquist REFUGE FOR ROGUES. PaiadlM lof Mem Wko Have Gemltttd CrlKH ef BVery Deierlftioa, There is one corner of Central Amer­ ica that i» at present a perfect para diae for men who have committed any crime. It is a place where the out caste of the world's society-rule the land of their adoption, and wher...

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. — 26 October 1901

t». 5- i^^OCVLPlCK-UPS. «*, $ Alitor Ntlton is visiting in' Duluth. fObms Hanson left for Duluth Friday. "H U. C. Titus is in Duluth oa hitai* 'p Mxi.Cldtis Hansonis visiting in Da lalath. Hw tiL P. 3C)uluth* Oast on th. Irgo Thuwdi^..r:v^v?^ ^s^ Okm. Bishop TOrto'Wuth Thhn 4ftjrsttdtilQ8^, 1^,-v Auditor Mnrplij and'family ararranL imria Duluth* ,WC Martin Wannatotstacnsd frost NoiTth Dakota last weak. Mrs. Ohaatar Darfoo has moved initio bar former resijenos. Tan JOIIUOB ntnrned on' the Argo Thursday morning *ft«r week's Tisit in Dotath. Dr. H. D. JTeoes returned on 8anday's Argo from a trip to Dalath and the Iron Bang*. J. T. Oolbertson and sor^ Byron, eajne out from the interior Thoradaj and lift for Duluth Friday. Mrs. B. H. Douglas retvned home Sunday ereuiof from a visit in the Twin Cities and Duiuth. The Honorable Board of County Com. imaioners will hold a meeting at the Court House, Monday. |Jos. Gauthier and Frank Biehard left on the Argo Monday eveaing for their homes in C...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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