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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 9 May 1896

fe: ip- mm Ifc •S r*" ct THE PROPER POSITION. "MM W': is SPp In llifl 'Mmmp lone Practical and' Interesting Advice From an Kxpert. l^The average novice imagines that lit is riding on horseback rather than tfr'.\v taking a .walk or run on his own legs —which riding a bicycle actually amounts to—and it takes him usually until his" second season at riding be ij 'F fore he actually rids himself of tffe delusion and becomes enthusiastic/. It Is then, too, that he tires of reading theories of how to ride a bicycle, the1 proper position, saddle, etc., written usually by experienced physicians and: professors who have ridden a few times. He will usually read anything at first and try everything that is ad­ vocated but when he has actually passed the "third degree," and has "ridden the goat," he turns a deaf ear to it all and selfishly leaves his neigh­ bor to "find it-out" for himself. Did' you ever compare riding a bi­ cycle to climbing a ladder? The sim­ ilarity is surprising, and in orde...

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. — 16 May 1896

LilTTliE VfiSgUEZE'S JIEBVE The Last Honrs of a Dreaded The subject of the recent conviction of several of the notorious outlaws in the Southwest came up for discussion in a party of ranchmen and miners at the hotel in this place, the other even­ ing: Every one in the party had had long and varied experiences in Cali­ fornia, New Mexico and Arizona since he came across the plains with an ox team or across the isthmus in the '50's or early '60's, and, naturally, all had interesting recollections to tell of what they had seen of wild, lawless and ir­ responsible characters on the plains and among the mountains. Col. Dan Fillmore, who is one of the principal cattlemen in Ventura county, and came to California in the '40 days, told the most interesting remin­ iscence of the evening. "I reached Sacramento," said he, "in' the days of the wildest and most bon­ anza-like days of gold-washing among the creeps and through the canyons of Central California, and in the forty six years since the...

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. — 16 May 1896

r, Trrrrrrrtztr.. v." Til® CQOK COUNTY HERALD. O W I I A A E I O O O O N CGaj8. JIUBPHY, Editor-arid Proprieto# jf* Terms, 81.00 a Year in Advance *S,\ 9KA.NO MARAIS MINN. MAY 16. 1896. ^,*1 The New Crusade. Cf -The wair whioli the Crusaders r1096 began Against the Turks iq 1095 seems to have ^l^fceached th^ teginuing of its eafl in 1^95, ^f'tteactly 800 yeari-i later, in the spring of ^y it issaid th^fc not lisa than 6v$00j- \^yflOO Cmsaders -were on tfceir •vrstffro re- 'deem Jerusalem and Palestine from the 'Saracen. Then the armies of Europe Set 'forth to attack the Turk for his oppres­ sion and cruelty toward his Christian 'subjects, exactly as they seem &boufc to go today. But in the crusade which began in 3095 ther0 weru less political ambitioi) imd rivalty and more religion and phi lanthropy back of the great uprising. •Today th9powers of Kurope are so blind­ ed by jealousy that they aye confused and do not know how to- take the iuit-iaJ! moT^ent. Then every leader who c...

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. — 16 May 1896

mm? W 1 !L N 1 fs:l'W °F liOOAL-iNTRssT Is* ff&SM Treasurer Johnson returned from ^^Dci.ay eye^og. .... OulJ Win Tuaks-and Prof'IjaHiart of^Lui. Ip was in -.town Thursday, ^*SS" Freidlund came"^n* M*rom Dn,tt* Wednesday to make a visit to hr homestead. -V .. 'e "r^ John H'j^pstice Game down on' the Dixon Sunday to spend a couple of weeks in tjjis vicinity. ,,.1" ||A. J. barker and family of Hpyland passed through town on he Dixon Tueg day mornin# on thfar wav to Duiutk.^' W. A, E^d cauie iu from the woqds •Monday an left on the Dixon Tuesday .morning for his home in Prootor Knott. John Rags and Kiel Martiu came in ifrom the woods Wednesday and left on the Dixon jFriday morning for West -Superior. Mrs. Holte went to Duluth on the Dixon yesterday in respouce to a letter received by her saying that her daughter -v very ill.' 4- James and Paul Morisoo, Adatage and t|T- couple of others wen^j, down to Grand fe.v -Portage Sunday evening to take their allotments. r- Eev. Father Spechto...

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. — 16 May 1896

omng WELL-GROOMED WOMEN. •wiir r? v** '1 v^'lie Always Looks Neat.pnd Being well-groomed is See that things are brushed and in order before being put away. No ijaatter how great the love of sleep in the morning, never neglect the cold bath before dressing. Manicure the nails while resting or looking over the morning paper. It takes but a. minute to wash the hair, and while it is dry­ ing, read, or sew or plan the market­ ing and shopping for tho day. It is quite possible for a woman to achieve much in the matter of being well groomed—New York World. Yellow Trimming Masked with Lnce The Social Scale., One should certainly feel grateful for the privilege of living in a country where there is no fixed and impera­ tive scale of social distinction, gov­ erned by considerations of rank and title. Whether it be strictly true or not, this little story, which comes across the Atlantic, will be well appre­ ciated by Americans: "Talleyrand, like most diplomatists, was famous for his nice atten...

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. — 23 May 1896

'i# 'i If/ PI A' In bis elegant apartments-on the line 'Blanche, half-reclining on a low divan, Hector, a cigarette between his lips,7 read, for the tenth time, the letter that his elderly aunt, Mine. Dufrelle, had sent him. ,* •r, "Mon cliere ami," the letter said, "1 ..have often thought of our last' conver­ sation and your confidence regarding marriage. "There is a young lady—Mdlle. Ma lufroy—wlio, admitting that you agree, .would suit you wonderfully well. "I will not speak of lier moral, quali­ ties, knowing that you are much too practical to trouble, yourself about su­ perfluous details but will content* my­ self with saying that the young person is afflicted with a fortune of 500,000 francs, and, in spite of that, dresses and lives in the plainest manner: "Now, you understand, that 1 do not try to make this match besides, I pack my trunk and leave this evening for Touraine. I have np desire to niake ,myself'ridiculous by asking people to give half a million to'a poor devil of...

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. — 23 May 1896

iW i $'• iv: THIS COOK COUNTY HERALD. om«CAL Papki or :2et !3t W»4 Mr Cook Cocntt. pg CHB.I3. MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Tarn Terms, $1.00 a Year-in Advance. •RAND MARAIS MINN. Ml A ilrlfrvfjnof I.n MaMlstlque. ^r^-V^TJse i^rcceoi of Manistique, Mich., ar« *y,' slaking a contain t. Ttipy waited lon» "s fro they did bo, suffering fn' silence. ^lanifctiqueisa V6ty independent town **. !$he spirffcpf liberty that percjfied upon .{ toe Sails-'of the Mayflower still's6ars and spreads itself especially over Man ifctique.. All men are free there, and w.o men are a» nearly free as the law will thiem be. The dogs, cats_apd pigs aie free. Even the cows roam $t,their owu Mveet will and pasture upon, the streets of Manistique. It is A goodly sight, the Streets' Maniistique, when the June grass is at it^ ^stj with shining, large* 0yed Holsteiijs arid jerseys switching iheir tails and chewing^tlieir cuds in in Jbite comfort under the shadow of the •«ery church belfries. But as the summer ,$e£...

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. — 23 May 1896

SLJB irsi «ft ^mi OF L.OCA1* INTRKST Hans-Waoneboe was in t$wn the firat of the .week. Auditor Fisher came dovyn from ife nth Suodijx evening. 1 Bobt. Howenstioe came, down oa "the J/^xqo Wednesday $veoii)g. Tlie.Dj'xon is now illdmiuated by elec­ tricity. It is a gruat improvement. ... *C. Adams of Dulmh eatae down Wed­ nesday to look ^ver his interests in the interior^ Matt Johnson, of nin» ThbHerald, the Dixon Tuesday morning for left on a week's visit in Dalnlh. Vf' Frank Johnson and party passed *U*outfh town on the Diioo Sunday eve- '»Q«nd for Gan- Flint via Port Ar thnr. Mrs. J')hn Matheson returned l3urnday evening from a couple of weeks' visit with the family of County Commissioner Engelson of Carlton Peak. ,.A. Johnson, father of C. J. JohnsOn, arrived her« with his family from Michi­ gan Inst S«nday evening. They intend to miike Cookisounty their future home. In this issue we publish the advertise­ ment of the Domestic Sewing Machine Co. The Improved Domestic is the eas­ ...

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. — 23 May 1896

$ M" JWv I !i y &'?Vt }*M I life jJr $'\ Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair, ms It :v W- 'Difcfe -il Ur Sa&$| tow^Wsvi.s^ii BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. -•. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frei from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. BLISS TRIUMPH POTATOES at $1 a bushel |2 a bbl. of 11 bis pecks 3 bbls. for i$5. No potato is earlier or one-half barrel of Triumphs and one-half barrel of late for $2.25 3 bbla for $6. To get these low prices Cat This Oat and Send the Money •long to the John A. Salzer Seed Co.', La Crosse, Wis., and get Salzer's Pedi­ gree Potatoes at above cheap prices! wn The mors one rises Parker's Ginger Tonk the more Its good qualities are rereale din dispelling colds. Indigestion, pain and every kind of weakness My doctor said I would die, bat Piso'i Cure for Consumption cured me.-Amoi Keluer, Cherry Valley, Jll., NOT. 23, '95, Walking would often«be a pleasure wereit not for the corns. These pests are easllj removed 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. — 30 May 1896

.* j* 7 Jl 7 t* Sr a CLEVER EOBBERY. &SA CENTRAL office detective bit off the end of a big black cigar, as he sat at one of the small tables in an up­ town cafe a few evenings ago, and as he struck a match to ignite the weed he said: "A professional diamond thief is about as sharp as they make 'em. He doesn't hold people up on the street, and it isn't often that he commits burg­ lary to get the gems. Ho may sneak them, but that's about as far as he goes in the way of breaking the law. "A short time after ex-Inspector Byrnes reorganized the detective bu­ reau I had charge of a case which was the cleverest piece of work on the part of a diamond thief I ever heard of. "One morning when I reported at headquarters the chief said that a re­ tired business man, Who lived on one of the cross streets near Fifth avenue, Wanted him to send up one of his men to investigate into the loss of a valuable diamond. The chief assigned me to the Job, and in half an hour I was at the house. "This is...

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. — 30 May 1896

ri THfif COOK COUNTY ~H^AL,bs^' OFFICIAL PAPJSI OP COOK COUNT*.: MURPHY, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, 81.00 a Year in Advance GRAND MARAIS MINN. MAY 30.1890. REFRIGERATING FLOWERS. 3S ow Scheme tot Making PlaatB Bloom •2 Out of Season. Quite revelation in horticulture. has txveji in progress during/the pastdecade, ^although, owing to tbe secret manner in .which the experiments, leading, up to it •have been copdjicted.^opaparatively few persons have been aware of the new de­ parture, says CMypibera' Journal. 'Everyone knows that- flowers, as well as frui'ts iand vegetables, aire forced, so that those who are rich, shall have :the use of them, before unaided nature •brings them to maturity. The forcing "business jis an expensive one, requir ing\ constant attention and skilled Ja .bor." Many attempts, therefore, have "been jnade to "get at the golden eggs by oheaper means, and-as a result of »ma,ny trials the opposite process to /forcing has been, adopted with suc- Spess. The gystem c...

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. — 30 May 1896

$16 1 p? LOCAL INTRHST 0'~* IVIatt ifohcpon returned from Duluth Sunday eveningl Col. Colyjll returned frqm Duluth Wednesday eyening. v* Mrs. H. J. Braua and Mrs. 0. A. Fjil lierton left for Duluth Tuesday morning. Sam McClellancapae in from the woods Monday and left Tuesday morning for West Superior. John Carlson came down from Duluth qn the Dixon Sunday to put in a orop on his sarm onMaple hill. John Eriojsapn and family left on the Dixon yesterday morning for ft coupleof weed's yisit in West Duluth. Col. E. B. -Spileman of £}aii Diego, Cal. arrived here on the Dixon Tuesday morn­ ing to look oyer his numerous real estate interests in this locality. Register Tucker and Jag. Morrison left 'Tuesday morning for Mr. Tucker's homestead where they trill spend a few of weeks putting in a crop. S. P. Hovey, H. Ii. PhilUps ana a number of others passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening en route to Gunflint via Port Arthur. The democrats and populists voted together and defeated Henr...

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. — 30 May 1896

Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair, CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT M^DE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. dO YEARS THE STANDARD. The Man tor the Job. Inspector of Prisons—In providing you with work your former occupation shall be taken into account. What were you? Convict—An anarchist: Inspector—Um, uh, we can put him to road blasting.—Neue Fliegende Blat­ ter. CKIPPI.E CREKK.—$9 will buy 400 shares of gold mining stock send for prospectus references given. MOUNT & MOTZ, Colorado Springs, Col. Home, Sweet Home. "The best time to strike your clients is viglit after di ,n\ is it not?" asked the social statistician. "it is when they eats at a hotel," answered the begging gentleman. "Home dinners man is just as liable to be comin' away mad as in good hu­ mor."—Indianapolis Journal. FITS—All Fits stopped free ty Dr.Kline's Great Kerve Restorer. No Fits after the tl rat day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and S2 trial bottle fr...

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. — 6 June 1896

A^tuME iv, Frsprr tVA£.3t^.Py^^4 If any reader of these lines has a iBumted house in Ms possession I wish ibe would place it at my disposal for one night. I should like very much to see a real ghost, ahd yet I am not sure but I have seen one, although there are two links missing iu the chain of ^evidence which render absolute cer­ tainty,possible. It is ti curious thing that in this investigating age of the world the actual existence of ghosts is still a matter of doubt and still more curious is the fact that ghosts, whether they exist or not, exert an influence OIJL the property market of the most ma terialistic and hardest headed city in the world. The other week a house was put up at auction in Loudon and did not receive a bid merely because it was supposed to be haunted for fifteen years it had not had a tenant, and consequently its value in the mar­ ket was nothing at all. A short time since I was shown a house near Denmark Hilt station in London which had been unlet for a ffre...

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. — 6 June 1896

Mpf a." UJ mm THE COOK tJOpiSTTy HERALD. .'.-• .** Eg '^OFFICIAL Papef OF COOK COTOTY. fc? v" '1 CHRIS MUJRPHy, Editor and Propietor. -pr Terms, $1.00^ Year.in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN'. JUNE 6,1896. !j£- AGAINST COMPETITION. Att.I^iraWrtter TelU Wby Hankers Oppow yf-r jj[oliu^ga o/^nTe^The Beix^- *, ^ai^ers^pp^B.th^ Jree ^oinag a',«f ',/silver for the snjne that all jo&en I ..object toxsompe^ition in,their business. At present the ^overnmeijt .furnishes '^eopla witH about one-thirdthe l|fe money jiecessary to transact the busi .pess ot .the i^untry, and the .banks Jjj furnisji the other tworf^irds \$itii.their v. credit system. The matter of banks ^oaniny their credits, nd the evil re '(y .suits frbm it generally understood. ^/is pijown by ^he .coinage laws and &pp§hdii q| 4804, we .find that .99 a certaj^i day in 18$3 ii| banks of ail m&m- Depeettg,. .1.,. 848,879,8* Loans:.. ......4,700,862,495 rTotal of alt kinds of money (on In 6}r-'' Ration1. .... 1,596,701,24* -...

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. — 6 June 1896

-f: 'I A' 1 OW liOCAli INTBHST Auditor JFudier returned to Tha^h Tuesday. Bapijegr McCoy was is Treasurer Johnson has been on {he eack lisfcthis week. Mrs. -jftillerton and Mrs. Brann jre .t^uried from Dnluth Sunday evening. "^iJohn and Win. Howenstine left on the Dixon yeet^rday morning for Duluth. -^Mr. «$d Jifrs. J. J. Hassy returned home, £rqanDuluth Wednesday evening. H. Mayhew returned home Sunday evenjpg aoe^panied byT. B. ^wisand wife of Chicago. Y5 ?A County ComBiranjpner Jackson oame up from Hovland Thursday and returned home this morning. THEHMOALD'S new office is nearly com­ pleted and we expect that .our next issue will be published from o« new quarters. County .Commissioner Bngelson «ad H. J. Bedpaeyer came down from CSadton Peak Thursday and returned hone last evening. In another column will be fouud a call for a Republican county convention to be held at the hotel, in Grand Marais, on the 27th inst/. There wafik§uite a delegation from the Lutsen district in attendanc...

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. — 6 June 1896

a?«r SI fttfc fc iisi i.e. Awarded flighest Honors—World's Pair, PR CREAM MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape-Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Makes a Difference. Tommy (surprised)—Why, papa, I thought that one spoonful of sugar was always, enough for my coffee? Tommy's Papa—This is a restaurant, my son take.all the sugar you want.""! —.1 udge. l.OOO Farms for Sale. -Onlv 10 per cent. Cash balance one half Cropeach Year or Instalment plan. ,T, A. Walters. 109 4th St. So. Minneapolis Minn. His Opinion. Mr. Gotrox (banker and philanthro­ pist)—Now, what would you think if you saw me staggering home drunk? MeQeachey—That yez was too domn ed mean t'hoire a cab.—Puck. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo," Ohio, Proprie­ tors of Hall's Catarrh Cure, offer flOO re­ ward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for testimonials, free. Sold by druggists, 75c. Attached to Him. said ""I seem to be very ...

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. — 13 June 1896

«§p®si i•«-?-'* S I'i & & hi 1® W::-, t' gp ispfe iffli W- VOLUME IV. 8M 1 wank- i- Jr I may say, in the beginning, that I «,ifloii't at all guarantee this story, but content myself by giving an account of my interview with the 'Stranger, so that every reader may draw his own conclusion, as 1 did myself. He began to abuse the' press. I told him I was not responsible for the press I thought It was perfect myself, but still, I was •uch a perfectly fair-minded man that 1 was quite willing to let other people hold a different opinion, and not think It necessary to call in the police on that account. I further asked him to •blige me by going to the editors of *the various papers h6 disliked and give them a, bit of his mind. He answered that this was impossible, as they would not allow him to see them, un­ less he would write on a card what his business was, and that when he did iwrite that his object was to kill as many editors as possible in. a given ,they still, in some unaccou...

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. — 13 June 1896

(«f COOK COUNTY HERALD. 'Jji OwiciA.it Papee of Cook County. CHRIS MURPHY, Edifpr and Propietor. .Terms, $1.00 a Yea^ In Advance. GRAND JIARAIS MINN. JUNE, 13,1896. GENESIS ,jg)F A VCRANK.," JEffect of jC«rgjD ,Id$as .Bjppn Small "TMna* of the^pigsi i»tecesti»g of pey- ^oiog&al studfesj ^ay^th^ Century, is jthe effect of large idefi. upon a simall mind. A1 large idea entering- a large ^ind,balances .ajifl dignifies it ftp ef ^ect, upon a entail jnhjfd- is often^jcom jpjetely Ajpsetting.J l&e man becomes intellectually top-heavy and unsteady. When one.becomes otiservant of this phenomenon hp finds', much to,amuse ^nd again mu«h to .deplore.. He is '-amused, for instance, to notice.the re­ sult .©i thls pverloading' throughout a •^ong Career. .Wlaere a subject is thus ^jaeted upon by a succession of ideas, jsyieh eml?odyi9g an important truth 'whicfe the mantis incapable of'carrying, liis receptivity to imprc^sion proves to ^hp hisybanc. -The sudden idealization if or the firs...

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. — 13 June 1896

KM •-mi f- 1XX3AL INTRHST «, BerntJaoobeon «of Hovland Was in ^town .yeetepdaj', Treasnrer Johnepn ^i^to BuluthcA 4iho DixonTueeday. 8. Ttindall left on $he Dixon for Dpluth ^yesterday morning. Sam MoClellan arrived here fromrSu 'perior Wednesday ^prehinff.. Dan'l McDonaugh, of §2-4w, was in town a copple of .days the first qf the 'week,4 Mrs John Matheeon left ontheJMxon Friday morning for aYisit with Mends in Duluth. John C.£riokeon returned 'Wednesday •evening from a couple of weeks' visit in West Dulnth. Register Tucker returned on the Dixon Tuesday morning from a couple of weeks Tisit to his claim. Ooanty Commissioner Jaekson passed through town on the Dixon Friday mor­ ning on his way to Dnluth. Tobacco users will find, in another ^column, an item of decided interest to them, headed "Don't Stop Tobacco." C. A. Fullerton who went up to the Junflint country with the Hovey party a couple of weeks ago returned home last evening. A.J. Johnson and son, Van, returned •Sunday eroding ...

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