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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 4 January 1902

1 '(«7 THE COOK COUNTY J1ERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER & COOK COUNTY. C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor and- Publisher. CLARK H. CAftHART. Editor. TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED ETERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN... JAN. 4. 1902. COOK CODNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Commissioners Second District—(J. Olson —Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff n. 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 YVm. Ellquist In a character sketch ot Senator Piatt, Mr. William Allen White qaotes some campaign poetry written by Piatt in 1856 Mr. Piatt proposer to prosecute White for libel and considering the character of the poetry we are not surprised. Senator Clark of Wyoming predicts that his state will coon be the wealthiest in the Union. His prodiction is based on the discorery of a dep...

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. — 4 January 1902

i'f VI George Sytke was in Daluth daring' the week. Peder C. Olson went to Duluth on a business trip last Monday. fi |Bon Ami yesterday afternoon. 7 want t0 Dulath on Ghas. J. Johnson made a business trip to Duluth the first of the week. The county commissioners will hold one of their two annual meetings next Tuesday. 7 John Hanson left Monday on the the winter. Mr Youngs, who will teach the pri- turning next day. mary department of the looal school ar­ rived on Tuesday. L. U. J. Titus returned Tuesday on the Bon Ami from Duluth where he bad •engers were taken aboard. gone with Mrs. Titas Ole Anderson went to Duluth on the Hunter last Monday to attend the burial of his wife who died some days ago. Capt. John Drouillard went to Duluth on the Hunter Bast Monday to attend to matter pertaioing to the reservation timber. According to the last census sixty-six per ceut of the men between the ages of 17 and 35 are unmarried and the average age at which the 34 per cent, married was 25 years...

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. — 4 January 1902

.Ill' CHAPTER XXIX.—(Continued.) She glanced at him, her beautiful face full of perplexity she. had gathered a crimson carnation, and was ho\fling it between her slender fingers. "I will tell you, Raoul. I asked my father if love were necessary for hap­ piness, and he said 'No.' I believed him hence my mistake." "Your father deceived you." "He did deceive me," she replied. He looked at the downcast face.. "It is a sad story. Tell me, Hildred •—why does your patience fail? I love Ulric—I love you I can judge between you. Why does your patience fail?" "I do not wish to speak evil of my 'husband," she replied, slowly "the very fact that he has injured me sliould make me generous to him—the very -fact that I dislike him should compel me to speak well of him. I love a noble foe." "If you were a foe at all, you would be a noble one," he said "but you are not. You may speak frankly, be­ cause you are speaking to one who loves Ulric Caraven in spite of his faults. Tell me honestly all about...

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. — 11 January 1902

I 1 1 11 -ii-, "V VOLUME X. Out for a walk with Nature, Out to the hills and streams, mlwll#re t*le Love and the Lay. BY F. H. LANCASTER. 1 (Copyright, 1901, by Daily Story Pub. Co:) For the twentieth time that tffter no»n, Tom Hamilton snapped his wa^ch and returned it to MB jpocket. He was not interested in the ^passage of, time—that pHe of copying^inust. finished whether It took Shim 'until dnight but these brief internate- 1 ns r'J a shy thought that had haunted ".him 'ice daylight. And the dftener Ihe "iked at it the better he liked it. In morning, it is true, he had laughed it during the forenoon shrugged !s shoulders impatiently but in tire 'ternoon—he took out his watch and tired at the dial. That a man of his staid, -prosaic Hike up should have dreamed at Jill, \*ks absurd but that the dream should |,Jave upset all his waking thoughts f'nd come between his attention .and 'lis business affairs was worse than Dsurd—it was serious. And what was the dream? Only a raste of wild ...

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. — 11 January 1902

v-' THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOK cfe G. E. MURPHY, Proprietor -and* Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. A TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GRAND if AHAI8. MINN.. JAN. 11. 1902. COOK COUNTY 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 Clerk of Court C. H. Carhart Judge of Probate T. W. Mayhew Attorney H. D. Jones S urveyor Harris Mclver Coroner A. J. Johnson Sup't. of Schools Wm. Ellquist IT WAS ALL BE KNEW. Master iSogback'i PleMlng Recita­ tion on Lynching Does Duty on Occasion. "We will next have the pleasure, gen­ tlemen," said Prof. Spriggs, the teach­ er of the Polkville (Ark.) school, ad­ dressing the members of the board of directors, who had gathered at the temple of learning on a certain Friday afternoon to see the pupils put through their edu...

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. — 11 January 1902

stl tCAUGHT ON THE RUN.* Look for the financial statement next week. J. L. liTtndin made a business trip to ZDuluth during the week. Chairman Jackson went to his home at Hovland on the Bfcnter Wednesday eight. Wm. S. King of Thomasvillo was here •during the week attending to bnsiness matters. Commissioner Eogeleon returned to liis home in Tofte on the Hunter Tues­ day morning. Guy C. Titus is teaching the Good Harbor Hill school duringjMiss Miller's absence in Duluth. Chas J- Johnson went to Grand Port­ age Wednesday night on the Hunter, returning the same trip. Capt. John McKay went !to Grand Portage on the Hunter Wednesday after a couple of days stay here. Mrs. Lottis Entgelson and little son left for their home at Tofte after a visit of some weeks with her parents. The Misses Nellie Murphy and Anna Johnson acoompanied C. J. Johnson to Lutsen Tuesday, returning on Wednes­ day. JohnDroiiillard, Chas. Duham, Harris Mclver and others went to Grand Port­ age Wednesday to remain for so...

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. — 11 January 1902

if The Usurers CHAPTER XXXI—(Continued.) He could not believe the evidence of '^his senses it was incredible that the laughing voice belonged to his cold, proud wife—the girl who had swept imperiously from the room when he saw her last. He looked at her In amazement. She would not see the surprise on his face or make the least difference because of it. "You have the very pick of the gar­ den here," she said "every spray has its own special beauty." He roused himself, and tried to re­ cover from the wondering stupor that had overcome him. "You really remembered, Hildred, what I said?" he began, with a pleased look. "Yes, and I think you showed good taste," she replied. "I know no flow­ er lovelier than fragrant mignonette." "And you really think that I have good taste?" he said. "Yes. Why should that surprise you?" she asked, with a smile. His face flushed, and his eyes droop- "I fancied," he said, hurriedly, "that you considered me altogether grace­ less, and without one redeeming q...

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. — 18 January 1902

-I A 1 1 PARI AND GAEDEN. MATTERS «F INTEREST TO AGRI 'CULTURIST&. feorri# CJp^to-Date Hints About Cultl Tntlofe of the Soil and Yields ThetwSI—Horticulture, "Viticulture And •Floctoalture. Aathftt. Tht! recent outbreak of anthrax or -charffeon near Psflatine, 111., has 'di­ rected wide attention to the disfease, seeing that it proved not only fatal to c&tttte attacked, but' to at least one man ita 'attendance upon the bovine vie tiias. Some particulars about the dis­ ease will prove of interest to our read ess,' as there is quite a misunderstand­ ing' of the .difference between anthrax -and the more common disease of •young cattle known as "black leg." In ftkis department of the paper we ha /e (taken pains to impress upon the minds '*)f stockmen the necessity of keeping cattle away from stagnant water in rponds or sloughs and even from run ning rivers or creeks. The impott ance of this .'precaution will be the bet­ ter understood when it is ptated that most cases of anthrax...

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. — 18 January 1902

1 .^'V* THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PifER OF COM COUNTY. C. B. MURPHY. Proprietor sad PaMlsker. CLARK H. CARHART. Editor. TERM8, SI.OO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERYSATURDAY* GRAND MARAI8. MINN.. JAN. 18. IOCS. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. .. .First District—F. Jackson .. .Second District—G. Olson .Third District—H. Engelson Commissioners j.\! Auditor Treasurer Register of Deeds.. Sheriff Clerk of Court .... Judge of Probate.., Attorney Surveyor Coroner......,...'.. Sup't. of Schools.... Chris. Murphy Chas. J. Johnson C. H. Carhart Gulbransen G. H. Car hart T. W. Mayhew H. D. Jones —Harris Mclver .....A. J. Johnson Wm. Ellquist HOW GERMS HAT BE KILLED. Imforasatlom Akoit Dlilafe«taats of Tarlras Ktmda sal How Tkey Are Vssi. Scientific men say that the disin­ fectants most useful as germ killers are moist beat, such as is used in steam disinfectors, and certain chem­ ical substances found bj experiments to be germicides, Bays the Scotsman. Steam at 212' degrees Fa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 January 1902

te |CAUOHT,ON 'p mm? Tt|ERUN^| Chaa. J. Johnson went to Grand Port­ age Wedneaday. Wm. Dolan of Gross River was a visitor at the court honae yesterday. Oommiaaionar Hana Engelaen of Tofte era a a visitor Wednesday evening. Superintendent Dronillard went to Dn luth Wednesday to employ man for the woods. H. Mayhew returned from Duluth on the Bon Ami laat Monday and went back by the aame boat. There are no signs of loe on the lake at thia point aa yet and the indicationa are that the boats may run all winter. O. G. Monker left Wedneaday with hia team to aeek employment for the winter in a lumber oamp between here and Two Harbors. John C. Murphy, who recently sold hia pine claim n?ar Drummoad, in Lake county, is expected on the Bon Ami on a Thoa. Gaughan and party arrived on the Bon Ami Thuraday night, Auditor Murphy took the party to Lateen by team yesterday. Andrew Hedatrom went to Duluth on the Bon Ami last Tuesday. He took with him a horse which he expecta to dispose of while there....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 January 1902

CHAPTER XXXI.—(Continued.) "We went to Blantyre, my son John find I. He told us that he would r.ot renew the lease. At first we thought that he was mad it seemed to us that the very stones by the wayside it«ust rise up and cry out against it. He said that we must leave Bromhill. My son John looked at him and answered, 'The Moores have always lived at Bromhill, and always will. 'We shall see about that,' said Blantyre. 'I have a more eligible tenant in view, and you will be compelled to leave whether you like it or not.' This to a Moore of Brdmhill, my lady! I think ve were loo stunned to speak. We went out of his office, and it seemed to me that the earth and sky were meeting. Then ^we heard afterward that Peter Harro­ gate had bribed the agent with a fifty pound note to persuade Lord Caravan ^X° etu.se US t£tg lease, My lady, it is •a crying injustice. We aiS SOUS of the soil, we have made the farm what' it is. If the earl sends us from it, he will send me to my grave. I should die...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 January 1902

Y" I The truly modern preacher Discusses every fail That comes to public motice The Clutch of Circumstances. Island party over the bay, in the dance Itself because it was safe enough. But this afternoon had been utterly with­ out precedent. He had strolled away In his flannels for .a smoke and to read while the hotel ipeople napped after luncheon. And, .in the shade of a great rock, he had chanced upon Eloise -Storms awake, alert, saucy and mag­ netic. An hour later they went out lor a sail over to Idle Rock. That was the story—only they had not counted qe what might happen. "What did happen made them help­ less, their boat disabled in a few jno iments, at the mercy of a wild .-sea. Then was the dreadful darkness of the If it be good or bad. He speaks with graceful accent On "Should Our Hair Be Dypd" Or tells his congTegfitioo "The Proper Way to Ride." He wails "The Curse 'of Checkers,'* Or "Why We Leave the Farm!" But none has used this topic, "Turn In a Fire -AJarm." He talks on "...

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. — 25 January 1902

y^ THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPER 0FC00K COUNTY. C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor and Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor. TERMS, S1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. JAN. 25. 1902. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. First District—F. Jackson Commissi oners Second District—G. Olson Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas. J. Johnson Register of Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff H. 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 YVm. Ellquist dClENCE AND INDUSTRY. The production of steel wire nails in, the United States in 1900 was 7,233,979 In Maryland sparrows have been1 known to raise six broods in one year. In England there are seldom, more than three broods. The health officer in St. Paul has de­ cided that rank growths of weeds are generative of disease or of unsanitary conditions, and has ordered their ex- HansLars...

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. — 25 January 1902

'»"V 11 JcAUGHTON THE RUN3 G. H. Carhart weat to Duluth on the Bon Ami Tuesday. J. L. Lundine left on the Bon Ami Friday morning for Duluth. L. U. G. Titus left on the Hunter Thursday morning for Duluth. H. Hayhew returned from Duluth on the Bon Ami Thursday evening. Louis Engelson left for his home at Tofte on the Bon Ami Tuesday moroiug Gounty Superintendent Ellquist vis­ ited the Hovland school the first of the 'week. G. J. Johnson and Misses Anna John­ son and Nellie Murphy left Sunday morning for Duluth. They went by team to Two Harbors. Mr. and Mrs. Braemer of Two Harbors were here several days this week. While here Mr. Braemer let a contract to J. L. Lundine for,a two story store building to be builth on the Howenstine property on the west exde of the bay. The old "Howenstine house" is to be torn down and the lumber used in the construction of the new building. Mrs. Braemer was formerly Miss Lizzie Howenstine. The interior of the court bouse now presents a very attractive app...

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. — 25 January 1902

I CHAPTER XXXII.—(Continued.) He listened without reply, but she saw that his face had grown very pale and that his lips trembled. She spoke with passionate earnestness there should be no mistake about the mat­ ter—he must thoroughly understand. "All this," he said, "while I have "been sleeping here! Hildred, I will see for myself what is the truth. I will trust to no one's opinion—I will go over to Bromhill. Will you ride over with me?" She looked at the broad golden beams of the sun. "It is so warm," she said, "you will not care to go out.' "Warm!" he repeated, almost,wrath fully. "What matters a little heat when so much is at stake?" Then he looked quickly at her. "If it is too warm for you," he said, "I will go alone.' She sprang to her feet with a glad light in her eyes. "No," she replied, "it is never too warm for me. I love the sun. Let me go with you, Lord Caraven." "Will you ride or drive?" he asked. "I will ride," she replied, having heard him say that morning that he woul...

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. — 1 February 1902

jl Commander TlTley of the CTnited Stat® navy has toeen the first to show to tho world that "Uncle Sam ©an gov­ ern a colony wfeely and well. "For the space of more ^han a year he "has been absolute ruler over the people $f Tu tuila, subject only to the control of the far-away administration In Wash­ ington. There 'are five islands under the control of the United "States. Tu­ tu la, the largest, has a population of some 4,000,, andis of the greatest im­ portance, because it posseses the mag­ nificent harbor'of Pago Pago, the fin­ est haven in the south seas. Here all the war ships belonging to Uncle Sam «ould ride in safety without the slight­ est crowding, and here we are con­ structing a magnificent coaling station iand pier,, at a1 cost of over $300,000. In Ideed, it is safe to say that if it were not for this harbor the United States would never have dreamed of acquiring lan interest tnt the Samoan group. Ma mua, with a population of 2,000, comes ext, and then there are the smal...

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. — 1 February 1902

$ I C. E. MURPHY, Proprietor ui Publisher. CLARK H. CARHART, Editor TERMS, SI.OO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. FEB. 1. 1902. COOK COUNTY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. (. ... First District—F. Jackson Commissioners Second District—G. Olson .. .Third District—H. Engelson Auditor Chris. Murphy Treasurer Chas, J. Johnson Register of Deeds C. H. Carhart Sheriff H. Gulbransen Clerk of Court C. H. Carhart Judge of Probate T. W. Mayhew Attorney.. H. D. Jon*s Surveyor Harris Mclver Coroner A. J. Johnson Sup't. of Schools Wm. Ellquist A TEMPORARY CROESUS. Poitmaater Who Expe'rleaesd tk« D« llgkttal Seuatlon for F«ir Seeoads, H. T. Canfield, postmaster of Wi­ chita Falls, Tex., visited the sub treasury, and had the delightful sen­ sation of being a millionaire if onlj for a minute, says the New Orleans Times-Democrat. He was allowed to handle money to the extent of $1,000,000, place it in his pocket, and walk about the inside portion of the subtreasurer's offi...

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. — 1 February 1902

II ^CAUGHT ON THE RUN.| Ed. Tofty was here daring the week on business. Ghas. Phillips of Duluth was a guest at the North Shore hotel daring the week. Andrew Johnson is in Dulath on business. His son Marion is quite sick there. Chas. J". Johnson has distributed art calanders to his friends, which are very handsome. Olof Fredriokson and J. L. Lundine returned from Duluth on the Hunter last Sunday. Olaus Jacobson of Hovlacd was here Tuesday and Wednesday attending to business .matters. Here was a slight covering of ice on the bay during the week but it has now entirely disappeared. P. B. Reilly and John Lynch, two pine men, arrived during the week and are at work north of here. Next Tuesday is election day in Du­ luth and both the Tiuelson and Hugo supporters are claiming a sure victory. Fred McKelvey and Free! St. John of Duluth were among those registered at the North Shore hotel during the week. Lee Foungman who has been working for the Scott Bros, at the reservation left on the Hu...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 1 February 1902

1 I If l! nwt 0AUANCE 5 MEET- lift" The CHAPTER XXXIV. =sg HE visitors at Ra vensmere became dimly aware that some more impor­ tant business thaa usual was on hand. is falsified." The earl was slightly embarrassed. "I do not think, to tell you the truth, Hi Id red, that I am very clever at ac­ counts,'' he stammered. "But surely you can see whether this js correct? Believe me, a child could see it." "Then I am not so wise even as a child," he said, ruefully but, leaning over her shoulder, he tried to under­ stand what she said. It was indeed easy enough—the whole sheet, as she pointed out, had been got up to meet the eye. "And you have never noticed this?" said the young countess. "No, indeed," he replied, "I have never even thought of it." "Then you have been a very easy master to please," she remarked. "I need hardly say, Lord Caraven, that the man who falsifies his accounts is a rogue. You know it." "I know that much. I am afraid to think whether all the balance sheets he has pre...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 February 1902

VOLUME X. The Man By Uu Roadside. BY WILL S.*GIDLEY. (Copyright, 1901, by DiiSJy Story Pub. Co.) 3 man suffering from half a dozen (gunshot wounds lay dying by a Keri tu^AV roadside—a start* grizzled and igaijpt, and upon whoee lean face was ithejpronze of fifty summers and many la jagged seam and scar. rabbit poked its nose inquiringly thrj0|bh the bushes as he lay there, and^ jrien at a sudden movement from •the dying man turned and scuttled swiftly away. Then a big blue-bottue fly came buz­ zing around the helpless man, welter­ ing in his own life-blood beside the irude mountain trail, tand after five •minutes of blundering and bumping against his battered fSeatures finally settled down on the '.raw edge of a wound, just below the anatted hair on his forehead and beganrpatientlyudrill ing into the sensitive flesh. The exquisite pain seemed to revive the mortally wounded sufferer and ^awaken his instinct of self-preserva tion. His right hand stirred by. his aide, and then crept el...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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