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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 November 1901

1 eon, breakfast, at any time you will. You most not make any difference be­ tween this visit and those you used to pay. I am not much at home my­ self." Sir Raoul laid his hand oij. the young man's arm. "How is that?" he asked, earnestly. "Ulrie, is not home pleasant to you?" "To tell you the truth, it is not—not very pleasant. I may be fanciful,, but to note there seems always a look of reproach, on my wife's faee. That is not th© only reason I scorn to make false excuses. I find more attraction away from home than in it. Now you will be happy, Raoul." "Yes,** he replied and long after his cousin had left him Sir Ragpl iay thinking what he could do to make matters pleasanter between husband and wife. I He little knew with what pride, in diffeafcnee, contempt, and dislike- he would, have to do battle. He l^now, too, that, as a rule, all interference be­ tween husband and wife was worse than useless—that, if they quarreled themselves, they woultl allow no one else to interfere in th...

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. — 30 November 1901

j\48 Accurate Description. T- ?Wftat kind of a cov^r is this on your ftimbrelia?" said th6 inquisitive friend. "WeU,'l answered the unblushing per 3 son, "judging: by the way it came into itmy possession, and the way it will probably depart,should call it a a changeable silk-'^Exchange. J&*' P' i--'/', ^Pl-: An Empliatic Optnjon/llt^l: Bridget O'Hoolshan (reading)-^Siire, a the papen says a pacemaker got his head and collar bone-bhroken at a bi |cycle race to-day. J*•. :3?' O'Hoolahan (emphaticall^f—Will, gob, ony moil deserves to hov his head smashed who is fool enough to be a pacemaker, an' interfere wid a good foightl—Brooklyn Eagle. —.—-—.—^ ,* Hii* Answer. tj a^'Pa," said Willie, looking up from his book, ^what's the 'Spirit of '76/ any way?" "Spirit of '76," his ^*pa replied. "I |gv.ess that's any twenty-five-year-old a hisky."—Philadelphia Press. •'fi Are Ton Csiug AlIen's Foot-Ease? It is the only cure for Swollen, 4 Smarting, Burning, Sweating Feet, Corns and Eunions. A...

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. — 30 November 1901

MP? Probably the statement that persons of today do not live as well, in the matter of eating, as their ancestors, vTVill be met with a rigorous ^denial yet there is no doubt of its truth. The same cleverness which supplies us with so many comforts unknown to a previous generation has provided also food adulterations which, in many cases, a^e positively' harmful. The London Lancet says: "There can be no doubt that during the past decade food has undergone a steady degradation, and this cannot be without a demoral­ izing influence upon the human race. It will be noticed that by far the ma­ jority of cases of tampering with food relate to the substitution of, a cheap­ er article rather tha,n to the addition *of an injurious substance. The com­ mon defense is that modern conditions of life make substitution a necessity. It is difficult to see the logic of such a defense—at least in a number of instances. It is urged, for instance, that jam or marmalade cannot be made without the additi...

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. — 7 December 1901

'^PVOLUME i%]f i'i .• ••••-.•!'• mm*™1-* :SOTES#ON SCIENCE. CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOVERT .VV. AND INVENTION, "WIt tot idBttos jfWEnu rnm:m •sfiflPhe C'MUM '4nd Care of SerrottlMW ••". ,?V' ¥hv Iaveatlon of Toys-—The FMm vj\ MMIe of Irrijatien FiMticad XBBYOUSSCSS. be called a minor -degree weurasthenia is the indefinite con jcWtfcffi called "nervousness." iSufferera ittt are not incapacitated Jflor busi or social duties, nor are they ^seriously ill, like the confirmed neuras tflieiilc, yet their eatisteasc® *te often a jiiftable one. They ®re restless and un to fix the mind zm rany subject, •Asleep is disturbed, anfl 'Often there 3s -an indefinable tfruttentag. sensation! •Within the chest. J&ess They may have a 'good -appetite and "Hbt feel ill physically.. And herein Ites ftheir greatest danger., ©ar they psr :suade themselves t&rat all they need „'4s a nerve tonic xtt some Sort, or a lit­ tle stimulant, and tthrey dose themsefives '"with various advertised Remedies, ncrne a...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 December 1901

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK COUHTY. E- MURPHY* Proprietor and Publisher. .•' CLARK R. CAKHAjRiT, Editor^? TERMS, SI.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. HJBLISBEDlffiRY SMHHDJ&f GRAND MARAIS.MINN., 19SC, 7, 1961, •CO&K COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNT! OFFICERS. Commissioners Auditor.....: Treasurer.. *. Register of Deeds.. •'Sheriff........-. .... Olerk of Court .. Judge Qf Probate .v Attorney.. Surveyoa ...... Coroner.....-.v...... fiup't. of 8chools... ,,. .^WrfifDiBtTict—F. Jacltson ..sSecGitS District—G. Olson .'JJhltd District—H. Epgelson ,.......ChrU, Miirphy .Chas. i: 3 Johnson ....• H. Carhart ...—.......Hi Gulbransen .........C. H. Carhart T. W. Mayhew H. D. Jones ... .Harris Mclver A. J. Johnson ...v. Wm. Ellquist CON GREGATIOIf. Slcnunrkable Aiiembloge in tb« For ®Mt with tile Bird* Serving' Mvdeicna.. The author of "Sands of Sahara," •when visiting1 the Gorge of Chiffa, came upon a strange ceremonial which, a native assured him, was an Tunusual one. The gorge itself ...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 December 1901

1 J1,!,1 1 1 1 (l "|J HIT LL'L [I I IL? 4 LOCAL PICK-UPS. $f~W Jacob Deelopper of Clay Banks, MiJh. 'h°5d!m"?e'oeo!lr 1. rceuUrM at the North Shore ho™. -Shore hotel. Capt. John W. Babb arrived last Sat­ urday and will spend the winter here with his mother. jh Andrew Hedstrom returned on the 11T' hunter Thursday from a business trip two-week's visit in Grand Portage. "to Duluth and elsewhere. L. Ellington is assisting J. P. Peter Pronovost of Two Harbors, who lias been here for some time, returned -oh the Hunter to his home. T. J. Cnlbertson and SOB, Byron, are in the woods north of here. They arrived on the Hunter Wednesday. i- Mrs. H. D. Jones returned last Satur­ day from am extended visit with friends in Duluth, Eirby Jones accompanied feer., ,, Hiss Nell Murphy entertained fifteen 'of the little folks last Saturday after •noon and a very delightful afternoon •resulted. J. A. Murdook and Wm. T. Gardner 'of Bayfield, Wis., were among the ar­ rivals during the week. They are esti­...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 December 1901

&BWH A Hi *81 •«c Ji A S Si IF 'CHAPTER XXII.—(Continued.) Lord Caraven went over to him at once, shook hands with him warmly, and asked him how he had spent the day. "Very happily, thanks to Lady Car­ aven,he replied—"she has been all kindness to me." The earl looked both pleased and im­ patient. "You certainly seem better," he re marked. "We shall have you well yet, Raoul." "Please heaven," said the soldier, reverently. "And when I am well I shall rejoin my regiment." Sir Raoul saw that, instead of join­ ing in the conversation, Lady Caraven walked away to the other end of the drawing room, never paying the least attention to her husband—her behavior as cold, indifferent and neglectful as his had been to her. "I will tell you one thing, Ulric," he said "if I do recover, I shall owe some­ thing to your wife she is the kindest nurse I have ever met with." "Is she?" asked the earl, languidly. "If you ever fall ill yourself, you will Relieve it, Ulric." "I hope I never shall," ret...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 December 1901

S".- ws?*mgm 1 4 .« 'M An easy road ran smoothly down __ To Half-Way Town ," For everything that's but begun, ^T' And everything "that's never done, •Just rolls askte %nd, one by one, Goes Sato Half-Way Town. ^Kaif-finisJued walls are tumbling dowa In HtfI?JWay Town. Half-finished streets are always lineft With ha£f-4ftnfe work of every kind And all "Che "World hist lags behind In dreary Half-Way Town. 'Keep sstissight along, and don't look-down Toward Half-Way Town. :They sajy,: If every one should try •To fceepi'-GJi moving, brisk and spry, We stootfid discover, by and by, 'There's be no Half-Way Tcwn. —Youth's Companion. EZ: .... •xzm*. Dr. Mollie. BY JAMES NOEL JOHNSON. Copyright, 1901, by Daily Strain Pub. Co)) :ln:.the town of Emmonsville tliere dwfelt a young girl who had iresolved tto become a physician. Straarge to relate, sfee-vwas very beautiful stranger still, ehe^was not one of those new women ithat-would have looked ss much bet­ ter in masculine togs, and still Strang-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 December 1901

3)•!• jLOCAL PICK-UPS.,vi is# Travelers by Panama last week «aw a involution from the oar windows with •out qxtra oharge. Wm. Johns of Washington Harbor is here with his electric launch which he is 'taking to.©ttlatli.' The heavej wind which prevailed yesterday forced the Hunter and the Bon Ami to lay in here, The Maple Hill road has been com­ pleted and is in excellent shape. Over­ seer Johnson and crew having done aplended worn. James G. SooCt is visiting at home for a few days. He reports that their camp is built and that they have begun operations at Grand Portage. The steamer Mable Bradshaw of the White Line was in here, three times dur­ ing the past week. The boat is fitted up in fine shape for wioter traveling, each room and tbe maiu cabins having •abundance of steam heat. Road work has been suspended in this town The mail road is in good shape -except a short pieee at Good Harbor hill. That would have been out but the supervisors could not arrange with the land owner for rig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 December 1901

X. W W J.i.. 'I 1 it I it if I IsiS THE COOK COONTY HERALD. OFFltlAL PAPER OF COOK COUNTY. C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor1 and Pufclisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SiTUEMY. .GRAND MAKAIS. MINK.. DEC. 14, 1901. COOK CODNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Commissioners Second District—G. Olson I —Third District—H. Engelson Auditor..,, .....Chris. Murphy Treasurer .Chas. J.Johnson Register of Deeds .....C. H. Carhart Sheriff h. GUlbransen Olerk 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 There is no doubt at all either as to the right of the duty of the United States to assume control of the traffic on the Isthmus of Panama during the present disturbed condition of affairs prevailing there, and there is no occa­ sion for Europe to question our goocl faith. "We are compelled by treaty with Colombia to keep the railway o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 14 December 1901

I l' It, •I I r' |p si'«& I 1 1 1 f? \i£ik ilsij 8!' 1 18$$^ Sv CHAPTER XXIV.—(Continued.) "That girl is as proud as Juno," said the earl, for want of a better compari­ son. "She has every right to be proud, "Ulric," remarked Sir Raoul. "She is "Without her equal for" goodness and beauty." She seems to think I shall kill her if I touch her," said the earlj bitterly. "She would rather lose the costliest jewel we have than touch my hand to lay it in it safely." Sir Raoul made no reply. Meanwhile the artist has made great progress with his picture. It was a work of love with him. He came to Halby House at times, and sometimes, when Sir Raoul felt well enough to es­ cort the countess, they went to the stu­ dio. How it seemed to grow under his brush, that fair face—fair, pure, original, so exquisite in color, so dain­ ty in bloom! When the painting was finished there was but one opinion— the portrait was simply a masterpiece of art, with its delicate beauty and rich coloring. But eve...

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. — 21 December 1901

.-nT THIS TIME TO LAUGH. SOME GOOD JOKES. ORKilNAI.~AIM SELECTED. 3£- A Soldier TPho Painted—Sympathy tor the Horse—^Hardly Accurate—-I Should Xlke You to Take the Juuio* fenler Classes in Elocution. _j lgg|lf_-4_ -r A SOLDIER WHO ?AINT£a ie. other day CR.ic'hard Harding Dtfris was asked by a vivacious hostess to fell somestwyabout the Spanish American war that was funny and not for," said she, "there must f^#»^in^dehts also.-^*^* fit-* itff. v% 'Noxiseirael' "h» Exclaimed.' 'Just look jit'Tfe" Ivb.*iBfe--aow,. $i he? Look at that ""facfe, will, you—ret and blotch^ :^feh ui l(^ ffe^er. IBte's' in no con- ditioirtD oUtl' v. ''The ha'd ."graaually raise him eef easerly «on to hM 'iilhqw, but. as the doctor "firiisliedFEpeatttJj^ his ead fell back"l«ip^essl3r. Bj^!' *hercried qr ^erulous- ly ••f\ijiifsk', '^sKtort *^It's just/ paint tell ^Taffc Times -•. scnenrKr ^oB'CHE HJOBSE. The ,5jl«SGgyiaan, who has assDpKRtd f^^9ieveBilim6iiths as a mat­ ter ers tto/ii6TOb^tilteo6karch at the fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 December 1901

-S& P01 WMI ss THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. omciii papei ofcook coum. C. B. MURPHY, PreyrktBr sad PtsMlsfesr. CLARK II. CAKHART. Editor. TERMS, *1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. DEC. 21. 1961. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. Commissioners ... .First District—P. Jackson ... .Second District—G. Olson .Third District—H. Kngeison ...Chrli.Jiurphy Auditor,,, Treasurer Register of Deed*.. 8heriff Clerk of Court Judge of Probate.., Attorney Surveyor Coroher Sup't. of School*... Chas. J. Johnson C. H. Carhart ..H. Gulbransen C. H. Rarhart T. W. Msyhew H. D. Jones Harris Mclver A. J. Johnson Wm. Ellquist There is no doubt at all cither as to ths right of the duty of tha Uoitad Ststss to asaame control of tha traffio on tha Iathmna of Panama 'during tha present disturbed condition of affairs prevailing there, and there is no occa­ sion for Europe to question our good faith. We are compelled by treaty with Colombia to keep the railway open when our services a...

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. — 21 December 1901

ITOCALPICK-UPP. Tn HKRAT.P A party of viahas yon a Marry, Chriatmai. B.W. Wakelin want to Dolntb on a fcttawew trip during tha wade. jgndraw Hedatmn returnedjwt»rday tsm a basinets trip to Pnlath. H. D. Jones returned on the Hunter Thursday from a bofineea trip to Da- V* /^The Bon Ami in laying in here today aocount of the heavy aonth-weat «m whioh prevails, •fjij S£ H. B&rtlettand party were here jf Thuraday night. they left on the Hunter for Datath- yesterday mornings Director L. U. 0. Titus want to ))tt* luth on the Bon Ami Thursday on af­ fairs connected with the local sohool. 43 School olosod yesterday tor the holi -daya, it will open the Monday after Sew Tears. Tbe new room will be ready for ocoUpanoy by that time. Hi Bon Ami fas (breed to lay here Widnes4ay for a time. Among the paa •takers was A. 8. Carbon of Hoviaod whtf waa an route to Duluth. 0 IouiaEugetam of Tofte arrived the Arat of the week and haa been paper* in* the new sohool house. Mrs. Engel- OOAAND SOB are e...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 21 December 1901

!eat." And Lady Caraven placed in the thin hand1 that which made the widow's heart beat fast with joy. An TM^ USUfcEwl DAUGHTER. BY CHARLOTTE M. BRAE.ME. «v CHAPTER XXVI.—(Continued.) "But, my lady, it was the keepers !Who buried my husband—I think the earl forgot him. "We lived then in a little cottage—one belonging to the 'earl and,.my lady, since my husband's death, I have lived there—I do not iknow why—rent free. Living there has ibeen my livelihood. I have had no 'Tent to pay and every week I have earned a few shillings by taking in washing* for the people at Court Raven. So, my lady, the little cottage has, aft •er a fashion, kept me and my children. 'But now a paper has come to say that henceforth we must pay rent—four and sixpence each week—for the place and, my* lady, if I pay it, I shall not be !able to buy. bread for my children to "But you «hall not pay it," said the young countess. "'Oh, my,lady, bless you! If ^ou iwould but speak to the earl for me! He is young, and he...

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 December 1901

if Wj a- Miss Eliza Ellington noticed it, and as the sermon progressed the mem­ bers of the flock turned in their seats and stared at each ojther. Some mys­ terious change had taken place in him. He stood erect, his figure was animat­ ed, he looked years younger in his J* 1 'A little negro with a note, usually -pale cheeks the color came and went and Ms eyes were alight with en­ thusiasm. As the congregation passed out from the church, on all sides there was un­ stinted praise of the sermon. The, minister hurried Twas aprimrose tall in a garden small, By a bachelor button courted .' Tho' he earnestly plead she turned Tiei* head, And his eager love was fchwaTfcecl. And Jie sighed and sighed. and his best he tried To win response, but vainly 4 1 And the violet with his teaTs was wet Which he shed each night insanely. .. .. ..Till one fortunate day £bete came vthat' way.. A breeze—a kind assister 'for J&clc In ^he Pulpit to tie tlae Aether, »A«d their hojieymoon. ,was one •lon°r -s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 28 December 1901

Mi (THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. SI OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK. COUBTY. C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor And Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., DEC. 28. 1901. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Commissioners- Second District—(1. Olson Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer.. Chas. J. Johnson Register o£Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff ,H. Gulbransen Clerk of Court .- .G. H. Carhart Judge of Probate .v T.W. Mayhew Attorney H, D. Jones Surveyor Harris Mclver Coroner A J. Johnson Bup't. of Schools Win. Ellquist Mr. Elliott Woods, Assistant Architect of the NationaLCapitaJ, says the mem bors of Congress are cutting, scratching and gennerally mutilating the handsome desks with which he fitted up the House of representatives. Mr. Woods should supply Speaker Henderson with an old fashioned birch with which is correct those overgrown school boys, It is related that Marquis Ito, when ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 28 December 1901

LOCAL PICK-UPS. Je "wish you a^Happy and Prosperous New Year. C. A, flokanson or Lutsen is visiting friends in town. ., .,€!. M. Barker of Lutsen was a visitor yesterday, he transacted business at the cpurt bouse. ,, -H Mrs. August Amua^son and daughter, Miss Betty, of liutsen are visiting friends in town. &*» Mrs. Louis Eaftelson and little son arrived from Tofte the first of the week 1$ spend the holidays. lyi holiday party was held on Good Harbor Hill Thursday evening: at whioh an especially pleasant time is reported. ten. Olof Bergman was here the first of the week to do some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Bergman are living at Cascade rWerl^fe'.^ Marion Johnson arrived last Saturday spend the holidays with his parents. Re has been siok with a bad cold since his arrival. "God save our gracious king" was not considered fitting for Edward VII, Emperor of India, etc. Hereafter the English national anthem will read "God save our lord, the King." On a rural free delivery route recently e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 28 December 1901

pro' KFSTS v* & iiitu The Usurps CHAPTER XXVIII—(Continued.) "I should like to ask you," he said, "why you dislike Mr. Blantyre so much? You have seen little of him, yet you distrust him." "I do," she replied, quietly.. "I did the first time I saw him. He commits positive cruelties in your name, and then lays all at your door. 'It is the earl's orders,' he says, and under the sanction of your name—a name that ought to bfc honored and revered—I say that great cruelties, acts of great ill* justice, are committed." 3 -''Haw am I to know that it is true?'' he asked. "Go yourself among the people and ask. You will see men with' large fam­ ilies and eighteen shillings a week to support them with, whose rents have 'been raised one pound a year—their 4rents, not their wages those are the laborers employed on your estate—the hewers of wood and the drawers of water—the poorest, the most wretched class of men in England. "That is not Blantyre's fault. You would revolutionize society," he s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 4 January 1902

VOLUME X. 0 a ,id I .lad persuaded myself that .this st ream was the Brook Besor. The lone. C( nical-shaped a mountain, towering up the so»th, strata** fitrcmt of us, we ,lieil ivlt. Simjii and £h.e farmer had* informed us that the long range act the west was the "Pisgah. mountings." "If this Biblican atmosphere 'doesn't cure you, Minerva," I remarked, as I carefully established my invalid in the long, low steamer chair, '"It'll do some­ thing else, I'm /thinking. B© you know I discovered th(is morning that that big gray cat which has taken such a. fancy to you is naibed Ebenezer, and the horse which pulled us from the station iB Hosea!" *m FOUNT "All hot and grimy from the road, Dust gray from arduous years, I sat me down and eased my loa® Beside the Fount of Tears. "The waters sparkled tee my eye, Calm, crystal-Hke and cool, And breathing there a restful sigh, I bent me to the pool. "When, lo, a voice CTied, \i gave i*. to Minerva. "I $eel| better already," she assured I saunkered...

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