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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 27 February 1897

•-v A I ..'V. ..\f V* tM"' I r' %. 'A Reducing Electro-Horticulture to a System. In consequence of the success which, has attended the experimental culture af flowers and vegetables by electricity in America, some of the London hor­ ticulturists, who desire to be first at Covent Garden with their early salads —a branch of industry which is ex­ ceedingly profitable—propose to install the electric light in their forcing hous­ es. In the States the electric culture of plants for comimerciar purposes lias now become a recognized industry. This fact is mainly owing to the care­ ful compilation of data which has been made by Prof. I.. H. Bailey, of Cornell University. Prof. Bailey shows that the effect of the light is marked even at a distance of 100 feet that the elec­ tric light does not determine the peri­ odicity of growth that increase under the light occurs only during rlie firsit days that growth takes place in day­ light as well as in darkness. His ex­ periments are thus summarize...

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 February 1897

It THE GOOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEE OF-C/OOK COTRRFTPY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor anl Propietor Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance GRAND MARAIS, MINN., FEB. 27,1897. ABOVE THE HOTEL SERVANTS. Neiar Aristocracy of Help "Which Lives Apart in Big: Hostelries. Witfh the advent of thie big1 new ho­ tels uptown there has arisen a new aristocracy, which is about as amusng as most American aristocracies are.. It is tire airistooracjr of help. It weairs its masters' and mistresses' clothing, eats in a dining-room by itself and, trying to ape the maameirs of its employes, gives an exhibition to amuse gods and men. Passi ng the dining-room inhabited by these haughty ones recently a reporter heard a snatch, of that conversation, in­ dulged. in by the knights and ladies of the boudoir, these, gentlemen's and la flies' ladies: "Kindly pawse the buttah." ''Beg pahdong." "A little of tihe butter, if you please." "Why, c/eirtong-ly. It's a little passee, that butter." "Indeed. Do you think so? I though...

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 February 1897

QPLIOQAJAINTBRBS'S.?: A I .Mr. an&Mrs. J. E .Mayhew ^pteytaraea a party of friends Monday eyening, tlie occasion being the 19th anniversary of thfeir marriage. The 6V8fling 9 was most enjoyably spent by those present and all wished their host and hostess many happy returns of the day. secure a livelihood. Now that McKinley is elected we should thiuk he could live on confidence the same as the rest of us have to do. The President's Dally Routine. Ex-President Harrison has written of *'A Day With the President at His "Oesk" for the March Ladies Home Journal. The article is said to be sing­ ularly interesting in the detail with which it describes the wearisome routine of the President. It is said that General Harrison, in this article, has delivered himself with great directness and vigor, signeTbv iT i!fCh relative to the annoyances that are -legal visited upon a Chief Executive by persistent offioa-seekers, and he gests a unique plan, by which the Pres- dent's burdens in that dir...

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 February 1897

MtaiLiBii WON BY ART, When Jack Ashley, the gifted but struggling young New England artist, went south for his health he did not expect to fall in love. But he did. The first time he mw pretty Alice Holley, with her soft, deep, dreamy eyes, sweet face and modest, simple ways, he admired tier and told his friend, Ned -Moorland, so. Moorland introduced the pair, and the admira­ tion seemed mutual. Jack asked Miss Holley's permission to call upon her and she readily granted his request. Ashley felt elated. "Don't you think I've made a good impression con "her, Ned?" he asked that evening as they sat smoking in their lodgings. Moorland smiled. He had known Miss Holley from her girlhood. Be­ sides, bregmas ten years older than Ash­ ley. "WeTl, you two do seem to be getting acquainted rather easily," he replied, with a slight laugh, as he blew the smote-wreathe into the air and gazed almost tauntingly at the earnest face of Ms handsome friend. "I thought you didn't like southern girls," h...

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 March 1897

i«| @14' CLEANLY Is?!®? mmk 40 4, I iy 4f» Appearance* Coant for Much in the Dairy Bminen While iu town tin other day I saw a sign on a milk wagon residing "Clear Creek Dairy," and visions of a limpid Stream meandering through! sweet pastures arose at once to imy mind. At the first opportunity I paid a vis­ it to tie farm, and came near going by it for an "abandoned place," every­ thing had such a run-down appearance. The beautiful stream of my, imagina­ tion might have been beautiful and •clear if the rubbish, including cast-off Tjoots and shoes, old sections of stove­ pipe and general debris had been •cleared out of it. "Clear Creek Dairy," indeed! What a misnomer! There was the cow stable on the banks of the stream, also, the drainage from which polluted the water, besides car­ rying away the fertility of the com­ post This may be' an extreme 6Me, and 1 hope it is, but it set me thinking how often enticing names in the daily are misleading. "Clear Creek," "Clover Leaf" and "Sjwee...

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 March 1897

THB5 COOK COUNTY HERALD. :f OFFICIAL PAPEI OP C.OOK TMINTY. CHRIS If URPHY, Editor aijd fropie^r. —. 1 Terms, $1.00 9 Year iifeJH.dyan.ee. v.* A /. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., MARGI? 6, 1897. BIG-ALLIGATORS. Flotrida," Mr. jChafles B. Cory, cnxatoi pf the department of prnitJiology in the Field Columbian museum, Chicago, gives an eaitry which h-6 once saw in the register of the Brock'house. In the old days, when transportsfciop was more difficult than it is at present, the Brock house was about the end of 1 civilization, and was a 24 hours' trip by boat from Jacksonville. It was at. -that time a great resort for sportsmen, -who were attracted there by the flsh i~ ing and shooting to 'be had in the vi N cinity. The old register, which extended back a great many years, contained pome queer records, many of them of ?, doubtful veracity. Among otihers, some one had writteni "March 19, 1872,-killed a'large alli­ gator, the largest seen here this year the stomach contained a boot, a piece of pin...

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 March 1897

pn «n^adoAti(njT®Rl .*• 0aoflint. -,,'v.v.:'» Ij'-V.S--1 -it, Sv^i "J—!.«'*}&• ^9% 0"S|ifa ,tnrhecffrom ,-j, Hi J. ^rafia ^ti a cbnpitf ^ajrB' «wi$i hiBfamiiy theiirstof tiieweek. 1, A necktie party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Murphy Monday ,««niieW4- ft'-5 Congressman Towne has been made national chairman of the Republican Sil­ ver party. smi* "Ola Gundereon, of Hovland, passed through town the first of the week on .on his way to ))uluth. .John Matheson, John Hanson and Ole ^Andersdn returned from Hovland Tues­ day .«vening accompanied by. John Ja cofoson who caxpe pp to xisit. friends for a few days. There is talks of a petition being laid before county board asking that a tight fboard fence, be built along the public highways in order that people may not •wander off into the wilderness. A Special Term of Court. •. Judge Cant has issued the following order for a special term of district court ito be held in Two Harbors on April 17th: It appearing to the Judge ...

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 March 1897

eJ, wiuuiUiiMuuiiimuiumumut mimg A BUSINESS ARRANGEMENT. J&r. Percival Houghton was standing near the door in the Paultons' draw «iins-room. :.,WvQ Houghton was hot Very' ^popular |p$ member of his set on account of a per pilous faculty he had of avoiding all ^social functions. He was to be found "t^at the Paultons' today—well, if the matter were probed' to the bottom, principally because he was an, old friend of the family, and Jack Paulton L^t.had reminded him he must not send a refusal at the peril of a serious breach slVU'in their friendship. Some one plucked his sleeve. It was his hostess. 'N.* "v remind me very much," %aid Mrsr Paulton, "of a statue I once saw of Achilles, I think it was. Why this heroic ^abstractedness Houghton had not yet spoken of his embarrassment when she put an end to it prettily, sparing him the addi tional confusion of an explanation. "Come, let us descend to things .... more substantial than,dead heroes, if not less poetical. I have a pleasant sur...

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 March 1897

vl 1 •i !l Odd Stories of Life. It Is her opinion nt the present time that no reform movement is fully equipped, unless It has brakes on ti. "You see," she explained, "I tried to reform George." "Of course,' said the engaged girl, "that's what you married him for, wasn't 4t?" '•Well, wot entirely," answered the .young married woman, hesitatingly. "And, of course, you didnt succeed," put in the older married woman "I ja/'stdid—at least, 1 got him started, and ^sAinow. there's no stopping him. Yon see, I got him to stop drinking first. He didnt drink much, anyway hut I got Mm to stop it entirely, and for a. tfew weeks he was so cross and irrita- Vs'\ ^"undertook to get .him to stop smoking, yq "^viHe said he felt so much better since stopped •drinking that he was begln wfs^kiing to believe there was a good deal •/•W^of benefit to be derived from abstemi- I .jypousness, and be stopped smoking. It '''%Wp)5'wa6 thrdc months-before he was an fit ^g^* eondition to inhabit the same house •a...

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 March 1897

F^THA COOK COUNTY HERALD. *3M.PRPXCIAIT PAPKI OF «ee. if COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MU&PHY, Editor and Propietor.^,, Tems, 11.00 a Year In Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., MARCH 13. 1807. Well, President MoKinley is in offloe. Jloir let us all brace up to meet that .WAVE of prosperity we are BO PASSING OF THE '¥k 8 anxious to If Kin? Haona is as wise as he is cred­ ited with being, he will not give Czar JReedanexcase to bsoome his enemy. A Congressman Grosvenor, of Ohio, has jaonouncftd his intention to make a fight in Congress to haye the civil service law «o amended that its framers would not Jtaor it. George Washington served as county road commissioner after two terms as Jfceeide&t. Perhaps Grover Cleveland may be honored with an election to the town conocil of Princeton. The statement that McKin ley's Cuban policy, like that of Cleveland's will be dictated by Wall street, should not be accepted until President McEinley has shown what bis policy is to be. It noted as a coincidence ...

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 March 1897

"W "m OF LOCAL. INTEREST. Daniel MoDonongh left for Dalnth ^Thursday morning. H. Mayb«w and W. H. Baker left oyer trail Monday morningfor Duluth. William Howenatine returned Wed Tuesday evening from a Tint with his par fientain Duluth. \-t Hedstrom & Berglund hare resumed wort on the residence they are erecting ior Chria. Murphy. Mr and Mrs. Hans Holte are ifejjoio ingover the arrival of a ten pound boy at their home Tuesday morninp. Tjeasurer Johnson and 0. Anderson i:vleft Thursday morning for a trip aoross country to Ely. From Ely they .will go to Duluth, While playing polo laat Saturday after­ noon Qeorge Mayhew sustained a very painful injury by being atruok in the ffece with*,polo olub. He was confined to the house sereral days. The of repairing the dock, on whioh H. Mayhew has had a crew of men at work.nearly all winter, has been com pie ted It has been newly planked throughout with heavy timber and num .v«rous other repairs and improvements ^made. f* A dispatch front .Be...

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. — 13 March 1897

l'®i ifirRI TO PR&8BRTB MOISTURE. Evaporation Prevented 1»y the Cul tivatloit of the (Jpper Crust of Soil. .... -That cultivation of the upper crust of the soil tends to prevent evaporation of the moisture below is a fact that every practical fanner is aware of. A writer in an exchange says: "It is daily being proved in. actual practice, bwfi the scientific theory upon which •this phenomenon is based is little un­ derstood. Men will tell you it is so, tout why they do not understand. Now, it is well known that the soil is •composed of innumerable and infinitely «mall particles. When the soil is dry •each little particle is surrounded by a •vacuum or air space. Whenever the {particles come in -contact with mois­ ture they have the power of attracting thatmoistureand of surrounding them­ selves with a thin film of water. The particles next to the water,first draw the water around themselves then the dry particles next .to them in turn at­ tract it, so .a continuous stream is set u...

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 March 1897

fif H*. DAYS AT SARATOGA. 'EAST LYNNE" AS DONE BY 3ft COLORED ACTORS. DtfldlBC tba A pi a at & N tVillbiB Dean Howeils Gives Picture •f One PhMt «t Life at the Summer Resort The 8«lt-Conido«i Actors HE new novelette by W. Dl Howells, "An Open-Eyed Conspiracy," which is now appearing in The Century, is described by the author as "an idyl of Saratoga." In the current num­ ber Mr. Howell gives this picture of \ii odd phase of Hfie at the great Amer­ ican summer resort: There .are not many public enter­ tainments in Saratoga, except such as the hotels supply but there was a se­ ries of Salvation Axmy meetings, and there was at least one theatrical per­ formance—a performance of "East Lynne" entirely by people of color. The sentiments and incidents of the heart­ breaking melodrama, as the colored mind interpreted them, were of very curious effect. It was as if the ver­ sion were dyed wiiCh the same pigment |that darkened the players' skins: it all tame out negro. Yet. they had tried ...

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 March 1897

THE COOK,COUNT t' t'*C. T«rij)s. l.i.o a Yeur in dvauce. GBAND'MARAJF. MINN., MARCH 20,1897, ai&Thn New York legislature uiay pass the bill prohihititicf newspapers printing1 *$§ a pic:.ure of any person without written consent, and the governor may sign it lis but that will not make it constitutional, The freedom of the press and speech can & not be annulled by state legislatures, Some idea of the great pressure for of­ fice may be obtained from the fact that there ar» more than three hundred ap­ plicants for the petty diplom'atio and consular representatives of. the U. S, in the South American countries. The senate don't appear to be any more in a hurry to act upon the arbitral tion treaty now than it was at the last session, notwithstanding brother McKin ley's endorsement of it. Brother Moody, certain members of congre&s and mem tiers of the Minnesota legislature should endeavor to "get to­ gether" in their ideas of the location of the infernal regions. The English go...

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 March 1897

W- te\ & )Jr, i*rtw Qff^OQAii^xpflBST. ABOVE TH^ HOTEi-, SERVANTS. 0. A. A. Kelson of Iitrildeii/waB in town Oonnty Superintendent Ellquist ^visif #5 thfe liiitsen school this \veek^, ", Dominic Peterson an 3 Jnlius CJariboa] left-Monday opuruing for Fort "VyiJliam. H.J. Bran ncaihe borne la&t Saturday from Johnson & Eogelson's cedar camp *u£fering from a lame bank, the result of a strain received in lifting ties. The board of pardons has commuted to life imprisonment the death sentences of William Verrill and Joseph Soular the two Biwabik boys who killed old Samuel DeMars for the purpose of robbery. Maj. Sears, government engineer, has called for bids for ,th« dredging out of 13,000 yards of Band, gravel and cobble stone froin the Grand Marais harbor the comming season. The work. is to be done before October 1st, 1897. The amount to be expendend is in the neigh­ borhood of $3,000. Notwithstand the predictions to the contrary, it begins to look as though spring is not fa...

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 March 1897

tk •*sJ5 K* Her College Coasin. 1 "Great game, wasn't it?'.', said the .sophomore. V- The junior nodded.!?# vi-~ is®! "There were holes in their line that you could drive an ice wagon through," he said In sudden exultation. "I don't drive an ice wagon," said the junior shortly. Then he turned and looked at the clock above the desk. 4^ "It is nearly 6," he said. "Let's «o and get something to eat." V"* "\S The sophomore glanced at him out of the corner of his eye. "I'm going op town to dinner," he said hesitatingly. "What!" sa|I the junior. "DidSn't you tell me that we'd take dinner to­ gether, go to the theater and catcfla .the 11:30 train back?" "Well, you see, I hadn't received ifhis invitation then." "That makes no difference," said the junior sternly. "You made an engage­ ment with me. Are you going to break it?" "No," said the sophomore. "Only—'' "Who is she?" "It will do you mo good to know," said the sophomore. "I don't want to know," said the junior. "Was it the one on the c...

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 March 1897

iU t^T -.i 1 GRANGE JOURNEY. BROUQHT HIS BABIES FROM THE YUKON DISTRICT. j* v, Day, a Miner,*Slakes His Way Across the ... Summit of Chilcat Pass—The Father Suffered With Cold and Hardships B'* the Twins Grew Fat.. ORN within the borders of a land owned by /the United States, and yet farther away from,the center of their country's civi­ lization than any other child or chil­ dren, is the dis­ tinction which will follow Joseph and Bernard Day through life, says a Seat­ tle correspondent of San Francisco CalL They are two-year-old twins and ar­ rived in this city on the steamer Wil lapa, direct from Alaska, and the place of their birth is not the only thing re­ markable thus far in their lives, for, with the aid of their fatter, they made, in order to reach Juneau and make con­ nections with the Willapa, a trip of many days, coming from the Yukon mining district and cro&sing the grand tout dangerous summit by the Ohilcat pass. Others, many ears'their seniors, have attempted to mak...

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 March 1897

THE COOK COUNTY HERAL& I iv OFFICIATEv1:*PAPEf OF COOK COTJNTT,^'15 .K: gf CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. MI Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. liiiAND MAJRAIS. MINN., MARCH 27,1897.1 The West Duluth San has inaugurat­ ed a fight for a three cent street car fare for sshool children, and calls on the new­ ly elected "reform" council to make this apart of their program. To the majori­ ty of the students of the Duluth high school the expense of street car fare is a heavy tax, while others are unable to avail themselves of the benefits of a hifrh school course on account of this ex­ pense. The people of Duluth should rally to the support, of The Sun in its ef­ forts in behalf of the rising generation of that city. If the Bepublioans can put the idle to work and increase the inoome of those at work, there will be little grumbling over the raise in prices that will neces­ sarily follow the new tariff but if the cost of living is increased without a cor­ responding increase in work 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. — 27 March 1897

l\ SSsSM W*Z Wt€" j-".: I ilfv. 1. •Mg'., .m? JSP?-*? -i—n.. ni -j aaijwiiw^ in I t^Corbett had two. fritz 'in the'ringjoo the 17th-*-tnaIe and femaler Williaaw Howenatine and John W. Babb left for. Duluth Tuesday morning: 0.0. Monker has received the sad in­ telligence of the death of his father which occnred in Nor way on the 26th ult. 0. A. Nelson, of Lntsen, was in town f: a couple of days the first of-the week on business connected with Ms sohool dw *s" Strolling through the corridors of the Stillwater penitentiary on New Tear's day, when the prisoners had the free dom of the building for their holiday frolic, seemed to nis just like walking along Superior street in Duluth—we 1 met so many we hnew, and so few of them had money.—Bede's Budget. IIP1 Dan McDonough returned Tuesday §fe from Duluth where he went to secure counoil for his defense in the oriminal proceedings pending against him. The attorneys told him that the prosecution had no case whatever against him, and that the...

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 March 1897

1 JUST A MANLY LOVE. "School is dismissed," said Annie Mills, and the ten or twelve little coun­ try children that were her charge walked decorously to the door, and then escaped, .lumping and whooping into the open air. Annie changed as quickly from the dignified young teacher to the childish girl, and took a little mirror, out of the desk and pranked and pulled at her curls as the first joy of liberty. Then she took her lunch basket and went down to the big beech tree by the brook to eat This was the way her thoughts •were running: "I wish I knew a real hero, one like those in the story papers. Nothing ev Br happens like them. When I got mar­ ried, if ever I did, I'd want to mariy fiome one who was brave and grand and did something wonderful, not go­ ing on just like other people. He's so very nice, he's big and strong and kind, but—" The thoughts grew more and more confused and contradictory. After this you will not be surprised to learn that Will Harvey came to the beech tree al...

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