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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 13 June 1896

•t #. £T-ie«' The Irofi jj^rasp of "scrofula has no *«nercy upon its victims. This demon -of the blood is often not satisfied with xjausing dreadful sores, but l'acks the body with the pains of rheumatism tut til Hood's Sarsaparilla cui'es. j. "Nearly four years ago I became af­ flicted with scrofula and rheumatism. .Running sores broke out on my thighs. Pieces of bone came out and an operation was contemplated. I had rheumatism in •my legs, drawn up out of shape. I lost ap­ petite, could not sleep. I was a perfect 'wreck. I continued to grow worse and ^finally gave up the doctor's treatment to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Soon appetite •came back the sores commenced to heal. IMy limbs straightened out and I threw »way my crutches. I am now stout and ^hearty and am farming, whereas four Jj'eara ago I was a cripple. I gladly rec­ ommend Hood's Sarsaparilla." UBBAN HAMMOND, Table Grove, Illinois. Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1. Prepared only by C. I. Hood ...

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. — 20 June 1896

3KU*' &< '£i? K: TV I sxf»&&•'< VOLUME T. HHHDIGflPPED BY^flTE. By J. O. Ocklitree. At forty-one^ I was iStill an involunt­ ary bachelor. Owing, possibly, to Mty rustic training. I have never been a l»llant suitor, in £be sense of possess­ ing brute courage, 'which appeals to Win with (the genUfer sex —even Where •brutal candor" lEsiils. But it is 'hard to set away from -one's environments. My nearest approach to a natftrimo ftlal alliance occurred some three years tgo, under peculiar, not to say dis dressing circumstances. I basve suffi tiently recovered from the "Recoil" of that episode to tell the story with complacency, ttt was through the con­ nivance of any old friend, Bdb White, whose farm adjoinsmirie, that I first met this particular affinity. White gavs»e a social party, and thus brought us together. She was a young jmd very pretty widow, Mrs, Bessie Boole, asd -was visiting relatives in he neighborhood. My recollection is hat I fell in love with her imme...

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. — 20 June 1896

THE OOOK COUNTY HERALD. Prarcui. Pamk of :i Cook Oototy. iH CjgRIS MO^Hy, Editor and Propietor. Termi, tl.Q0 ja Year In Advance, GRAND MARAIS MINN. JUNK 20,1806. flfjilSKERS fRO^ THE SEA. Something Coneeinlnr the Formation of rr* •Theifc 13 a inarVfc)fo|is in&rine growth ^called e^jt^larta WRifthhad the amtear ance: 6f& deli^tebush.althoug^ ita slender stalks or ^ber^'^'re built up by Tfchousaiids' of itiijilytfe $nima2s, sbme thifigas this &rttlj£kj>ljrp builda up the jporal.' ,It Is foixtod/ sdys the New York J3jih, in: plumpeaiid 'bunches on wreck­ age and' 'stonedfjiiji elsewhere, und somfetim^ it is tbrn loose in storms and ^driven ashore. TH& nH£iy thousands pt jbiny cultures Which have built it .jip'aftd iril$bit it die, and the dead bush is called ^skeleton'. ^Its fibers shrink soine now iind they even finer than ithey were^' l'They m&y be a' foot in length sd^etames nej&ly tw® iet#. ^Thej' are brQxVn, some punches bein& ^ttrk &nd some' of ...

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. — 20 June 1896

yry PP. LOCAL INTBHBT Eegister'Ctioker went to Dnluth on BMINEESTSFBDAY^ :. H. Msyhepr has mpde ezten^re repairs on the doc^^arinR the past week. The Mer|yolci, a govnetm$pt liffht house tender, oall^J at this^prt this morning. •!?t ®. W. Wa^elin cqine dbwnr$pm Du- Juth^«dne^ay to spend the ^mmer ia.Qipnd Mapus. Mrs. Jackson and sister. Miss Mattie Jqbofraon, of Hovland, returned home "f froip Dnluth Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Carlson arrived flfoere from Dnluth Sunday evening for oouple of weeks visit with Mrs. Carl, aon's perents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Johnson, and^mily. Ooixnty Commissioner Jackson, Ole Ouoderson and John Jacobson Sr. of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening on their return .home from Duluth. We have noticed an incliation on the part of village kids to sorap occasionally, if gpod Governor Clough learns of it he will^endas herifl' spoase post haste after the quarrelsome youngsters. The gov ernor don't propose to allow any fighting in Minnesot...

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. — 20 June 1896

iff •$S ^P.l,OOALIN^8T«W. Begister ^.aoker went to Ifaluth on business Tgpsday. '(r' H. Mayhejr has mpde extensive repair* «on the dock^urinff, the past week. •-^v The Mer|gold, a. govnetmqpt light house tender, called at this gprt this ^morning. ...Vy#* B. W. Wafcelih c^me downrfoom Du luth ^edne^jday to spend the ^ummer iti%£nd Majrais. Mrs. Jackson and sister, Misa Mattie ^eofoaon, of Hovland, returned home froip Dnluth Wednesday evening. Mr. and MJB. Hans Carlson arrived flj^ere from Duluth Sunday evening for couple of weeks visit with Mrs. Carl ,f- aon's perents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, andj^mily. Oopnty Commissioner Jaekson, Ole Gaaderson and John Jacobson Sr. of Hovland passed through town on the Dixon Sunday evening on their return ,home from Duluth. We have noticed an incliation on the part of village kida to scrap occasionally, if gqod Governor Glough learns of it he wiUjendas heriff' sposse post haste after the quarrelsome youngsters. The gov «rno: don't propose to allow an...

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. — 20 June 1896

V. *V! JUST IN TIME A Terrible Catastrophe Averted. How Mr. Dice almost passed the portals of death.. Restored to health in a manner that seems mfraculous, There are thousands of people ia the world that are dying dally, who even a Tew hours before the end were In no worse con­ dition thai* was Mr. John Dice ot 2629 W. 8rd Street, Duluth, Minn. His sufferings, from his own account, must have been ter­ rible, afflicted as he was with severe kidney aad stomach trouble but perhaps it would be best to let him describe his wlckness and how he was restored to health by the use •f Kickapoo Indian Sagwa, in his own words: "I hare suffered greatly from trouble with my kidneys and' stomach. In rising after bending down I would become very AlEEy everything Would look black x* me. I knew that I was threatened with Bright'a disease. I tried many physicians and differ­ ent remedies, but all failed to help me. I gave up ever being well again I tried Kickapoo Indian Sagwa a few weeks ago, and am no...

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. — 27 June 1896

A YODNG FILIBUSTER. It ts not surprising to hear of suc­ cessful filibustering "expeditions to the shores of Cuba, Tibe Spaniards are savagely alert, prowling the, seas in search of Cubans afloat, but each boat Jhas a Yankee captain. That, with the determination of the Cuban filibuster .means success. -Then, there is the justice of the cause. The Lord of Bat­ tles is prone to fa"vor the fearless and jjgive victory to the venturesome, I am a Cuban fighter for freedom. 'In New York I joined an expedition that took men and arms to Cuba. jHow we did it I tell, as it may give courage to others. It is apparent that absolute secrecy as apparent to success, and that the •spy is'more to be dreaded than the Spanish cruisers, that, shark-like, cir­ cle about the isle of Cuba to keep off /from the patriot army the practical Jsympathy of America. It was, therefore, not singular that, when I applied for a chance to fight for Cuba at the Junita, No. 66 Broad jway, I was told they wanted arms and m...

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. — 27 June 1896

ju: ViVF}^ tHE cd $i "THE OdOK'cOtTNTy* HERALD. *, i£M f%$ Officii CHRfs S A O I I A A E I O O O O N MURPHY, Editor and Propietor."" Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. ,£ GRAND MARAIS MINN. JUNE 20,1896. ,/ For McKinley, Hobart and Gold, -v The republican national convention hold in St. Louis last week declared that MoKiDlfey rihail ba president, Hobart vice president and "that Wall street shall control the Nation. The Duluth Herald, •commenting on the platform adopted, •says: "Four years ago the national conven­ tion at Minneapolis asserted that the ^Republican party favored ^bi me talis from tradition apd interest, and the -platform then adopted pledged the par ty to the use of gold and silver as stand­ ard money. The text book of the Be rpublican 'congressional committee issuied for compaign purposes declared that :the platform meant the remonetizafcion of silver and the opening of the mints to ^old and silver-on equal terms. It was tiipon the strength of this interpretation of'the ...

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. — 27 June 1896

ftninv«nr»i»iiw» ft, •'#3 OF LIOCAL INTRHST Dr.v Mayhew jisited Duluth the first ofthouweek. JCC ,v *5? Gust Olson returned Sunday evening fi:om Duluth./ Eegister Tucker returned from Duluth S a in if5! Treasurer Johnson made a flying trip to Duluth this week. Miss Olara Murphy of West Duluth is the gueBt of her brother, Chris., and family. N Mrs. John Matheson returned Sunday evening from a couple of weeks' yisit in l)uluth. ts, County Commissioner Scott is erecting a commodious residence on his property near the east bay. Sam McClellan came in from his claim Tuesday and left on the Dixoji Friday morning for West Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Carlson returned to Duluth yesterday after a couple of weeks visit with relatives in Grand Ma­ rais. V:, A Pacific Coast editor expresses Speak­ er Heed's failure thus: "Christ had his Judas, Blaine his Bmrchard, and Reed his Manley." The publisher who can get Xii Hung Chang to give his real impressions of the Kaiser, whom he met the other day, ...

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. — 27 June 1896

\ft .. ••H ft? .88$ The New England Conservator of Musics Frankllri Square, Bostoh, Mass., is undonbtJ edl the best equipped School of Music in the world. Its pupils are always in demand bs teachers on account of their superior mn« eical knowledge and their practical readi­ ness in applying it. In addition, the Con* eerratory offers the best instruction la Oratopy and Modern Languages. The charge is extremely small when its advantages as compared with those offered by similar schools are considered. I'rospectus sent free upon application. Vv A New Searchlight. A new and powerful searchlight has been invented for the purpose of sim plifying searchlight operations aboard $&:•) ship. It is portable and may be packed In a box when not in use. It can be at Cached in less than, a minute, its* weight is just below fifteen pounds ,and it can be handled with the greatest ease, or suspended from a chain and operated by the officer on watch. Its peculiar feature is that it does not dazzle ...

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. — 4 July 1896

them &T9**. A N N A WR1& W**^- Y~ rw* "La sakesJ 5tf theer ain't a .yoke of xen! The first I've seen this many a fear. How like old times it does look zo see 'em! I'll Beyer forgit oxen, not the longest ?ay I ever live, I won't •specially them' oxen what Ezekial ased to own. I might come (to forgit aiy name, I s'pose, frut I kin never for rit them oxen, never. Ezekial rfrised gen himself, and broke 'em in -with his (T?n {hands and if ever fliy mas flowed how to "break in oxen it was ^ekial Meeks, if I do say it. Efiey. known fur and near, was thetn £ven, and there wa'n't another yoke ijj the whole country .could compare W jjh 'em at pullin. It was naove or fav?ak with 'em, and .it w'as 'most fr^n'ly move hut I once seen 'em split yoke and walk right outen it when foey was hitched to a tree at noonin' hour. It was wonderful the strength they did have. But they long ago went the way of all flesh, the §ame as poor Bzekial himself, and I doubt if any­ body recollects 'e%J?o\v to...

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. — 4 July 1896

RAI "i! 1 mmm 1 1 THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICUi PAPEB OF GOOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPfiftf, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS MINN. JULY 4, 1896. CARLISLE REVIEWED. Some Criticisms Upon Hlij late Chicago fV SpeecK 'ttl £*ibbrOrKa&lxatlons—Value of Iii old ftp A ilivei*.' In a Jenffthy riaviey? of Secretary Car­ lisle's Bpeechto laboring' men at Chi Tcago the Memphis Commercial Appeal /refers- to it as a ''curious mass of eco nomic fallacy, misapplied and pervert­ ed history, erratic deduction, eccentric •logic and bald, dogmatic propositions "in conflict with 'the most elementary ^principles of economic science." Let us take Mr. Carlisle's initial proposition,- the foundation stone of fnis whole argument, says the Commer­ cial Appeal. He says that the first -•'effect of the free coinage of silver Would be the expulsion from the coun­ try of all its gold, thereby diminishing •the volume of paoney by one-third. The purchasing, power of the re main der...

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 July 1896

7. 7 •v 4 •:••"vOF liOOAL INTRSST. ysj), H. Mayhems fine black mare died last .Monday ^ight. Miss Miller of Dalath is the guest of Mies Ella Mayhew. A. J. Johnson moved his faqaily out onto his farm yesterday. »/\W* O FMN 4»» 4-1NA N:I! from a trip to the Twin Cities, Auditor and Mrs. Fisher, Col. E. B Spileman and Miss Hosa Scott are spend­ ing the Fourth at Lutsen. a The name "Domestic" is a stamp of (quality, a guarantee of excellence. The Domestic always has1 and always will be the best sewing machine. Science, skill and ingenuity have made it so. Science, skill and ingenuity will keep it so. Domestic Bicycles are equally as good. I. Girettum, the Duluth land attorney (Charged with defranding the United. States government was found guilty and sentenced in the United States court to spend a year in the Stillwater peniten­ tiary a^d to pay a fine ot $500. He was taken to Stillwater last Saturday to eiater upon his sentence. The republican county convention to •elect delegates to t...

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 July 1896

X-Rays Df test and triaVgtote'ttobd's Sarsaparillatob* unequalled forimrifyfog the blood because Sarsaparilla Is the One TfueBlood Purifier. All druggists. $1 Hood's PillS cure all Liver Ills. 25 cents Taken Prom the Wrong: Poclcet. Conductor1 (glancing at ticket)—Sor­ ry, sir but we don't stop at that place. Fetherw&te—'What place? Conductor—Green's, the pawnbrofc »r's—Bbstbn Traveler. If th® Baby is Cutting Teeth. Be sore and use that and well-tried remedy, H*S. WiusLoW'SSOOTHINGold STT*OTTOR Children Teething. From Philadelphia. Mr. Springtide, In the garden^l never saw such slow seed. Those planti ought to have been up long ago. MPS. Springtide—You forget, DE&r, those are the seeds my sister sent'tis from' Philadelphia.—Yonkers States­ man. Pfse's Cur« for Consumption has beten'a God-sen^ to me.—Wm. B. McClellan, Ches ter, Florida, Sept. 17, 1885. Before and. After. "I remember," said Mrs. WkSlfWire, Impressively, "you once said if yoilhad the w«rld you would gladly lay ...

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 July 1896

t1 t. 4 /HF\ He says lie started from St. Goar to walk across the hills into the Ehren bergtlial. He expected to walk down this valley and ultimately arrive at Brodenbach on the Moselle. The dis­ tance is not great, being but twelve miles as the crow flies, but Smith started late in the afternoon, having spent the 'day hilariously with his nevv-found friends at St. Goar. The way also is not well defined, :and there is a lack of finger boards. The first part of the road is very steep, and .when one reaclips the summit there is such a confusion of paths that it is tasy to take the wrong direction. How­ ever, Smith was not particular into which Moselle valley lie dropped, for they all ultimately led to that river, and there are plenty of inns along its banks. He had chosen the Ehrenburg valley as the object of his tramp be­ cause. he knew the keeper at the Schloss Ehrenburg, the finest rujn on the Moselle, and was well aware that this man had in his cellar some excel­ lent Moselle wine...

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 July 1896

Ci THUS COOK COUNTY HERALD. O^PIQIAI. PAPEE OP COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURP&Y, ftditor and Propietor Terms, $1.00 a Tear la Advance. GRAND MAKAIS MINN. JULY 11,1896.- iJEFFERSON HAMILTON. Their tlewf on t^hat. Should Constitute Yi, .»'' W^oilej) Mon^?1!'" f-iy -.-. 4 pap^r wai^Bpenfcljf read, before a ^terary 'society1- 'ifC reprla, 111., by a Mr. J." ^.' Pjarfcon/^^n theUifis of Jef jfersonv^Mch coktained th^se interest ring- points tra & cf&estion of vital inter­ est at the prepeht thri^Y "Jefferson wis a £rue tjimetallist, and a practical one. In 179Q he urged :?congresrs ""ttr ©stabligha mint, as con .'templated by the ^legislation of 1785. \Secretaries Jefferson and Hamilton .•(the latter also a bimetallist) jointly '^rrurfged the ratio of silver and gold. "Prior to the adoption of the constitu itioji'tiie Spanish milled or pillar dollar tWas 'jot genferaj use. Some oi these' "were ^reigfipd and they were found to icontaib 37l'j£ grains of pure silver and fBo the* Americ...

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 July 1896

,y.k OP LOCALINTRE8T ^Bho^Kcnnedy of Lutsen is in town. Barpey McCoy of Hovland was in -Aown the first of the week. jij' Roqd Commissioner Olson, begap work Monday on the bridge «to be buil£ aorosfl ^Devil's "track river.' Dan ^jpillane returned to Dn^uth on /j, the DixOn yesterday ajfter putting in a crop on his homestead. County Commissioner Eagelsop and family arrived here in his fine sailing yapht this morning to spend a couple of "weeks with friendsin town. .! Register Tuoker returned Tuesday morning frogn Chicago Bay where he went to celebrate the Fourth. He re V- ports a most injoyable time. Mrs. fisher and Col. Spileman re­ turned Jiome Sunday evening from Lut sen wheje they spent the JFotrth. Miss Roea Scott and Mr. Fisher returned Wednesday evening. Ole Anderson, H. E. Redmeyer and John add AndrewTufte came down from Carlton Peak in a sail boat Saturday evening for a couple of days' visit with friends in town. They returned home Monday evening. A surprise party was given M...

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 July 1896

Won- derful, exclaimed a druggist, how the people stick to Hood's Sarsaparilla. They all want S Sarsaparilla rh3 One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. 25 cents. A Vicarious Victim. Mjv Hayseed (in city hotel)'—Waal, I guess you'll have to blow out the gas, Mandy. Mrs. Hayseed—Why, Josiah? Mr. Hayseed—The porter made me promise not to do it.—Life's Calendar. A Perfect Sheep Dip. The improved method of extracting nicotine from tobacco enables sheep jowners to escape the labor of hauling iand boiling up the bulky stems when ^dipping is to be done. The concen­ trated nicotine makes a perfect •sheep dip, as it is the best known stim­ ulant for wool as well as sure death ito all insects. If you intend dipping this year you cannot do better than write at once to the Skabcura Dip Co., Station S., Chicago, for particulars. The Right Answer. "What are you doing here?" asked .the park policeman, shaking the tramp on the bench. "I'm lookin' for work, boss," r...

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 July 1896

$a •fivffi.'X i4- S$ .mi iSte 1 I, & VOLUME Y: Jal^ey's "Hi there, Jake! Wot yer dreamin' fur in broad daylight?" called a jeer voice, -and a handful eff mud spattered against bis face, 'v *. ,, This was not an unusual attention in the alley, where mud was easily found in the vicinity of gutters and there were times when Jakey would have accepted it with unconcern, but now ihe said, sullenly: "Lemme 'lone, can't yer?" '"S'posin' I don't? Wot yer goin' ter (do 'bout it?" questioned the tormen­ tor. "Wouldn't knock me down, would yer? Oh, I'm afraid! See me trim­ ly." He swayed .with knees smiting •each other as in terror. A laugh went up from pome boys playing at jack stones witn pebbles. "Oh, me! oh, me! I'm afeared. of baby Jake." The veins stood out on Jakey's fore­ head, his hands clenched. He sprang down the steps and planted his head in the stomach of the offender. Both •boys fell together, but Jakey was up A Broken Seat Held Her Down. first and off down the alley followed ...

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 July 1896

PYer, il •«-—-7—— "THIS COOK HEliALD. Official Papef ofCook Count^K CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propibtor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. W-i—:— l*'/• GRAND MARAIS MINN. JULY 18, 1896iH TKQ Silver-Tonguee Silver Candidate. There-is little doubt that lh» nomina­ tion of Mr. Bryan for president, says ithe Minnjeapifis Times, was the \ws ?&sfc choice that .the Chicago -conventio.il-' *could-have nifide from the- standpoint* of the free silver interest. He is not o^Jy aetaunoli and consistent free sily^r man iiow, btit he haa beendurinffbis short «|olitlosl careerone of its most eloquent «ind effective advocates. In 1894 he was renominated for congress by the demo­ crats and indorsed by the populists. His •.populist tendencies have always been "strong that is, he has always been in fsympathy- with the economic and social yiews advocated by that party. His pub 4ic recoFd:ia without spot or blemish. Eveni those who differ^ with him most .Widely upon the financial, and other ques­ tions ...

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