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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 3 April 1897

I 5 ,± After all, it is the child who takes the really practical view of things it is the child who is the realist. We may think, sometimes, that we look at matters in a more prosaic way but our realism is idyllic romance com­ pared to the child's, when it comes to •details. For instance, we are incliued ro give the Deity credit for doing certain things, without going into ^he-question of His methods. We say that He made heaven and earth, bjjt we are hot red lists enough to come nght down to the question as to how He did it. Ahd It'H Hard Worlc Carrying Briclc Up a Ladder. ,"that's where we show ourselves infe­ rior to the child, who comes right down to. dates and figures ^vhon ne­ cessary.' "Mary," said a little Woodlawn I'arlt girl to her younger sister last Sunday, .•" I guess you don't stop to think how God is to you." Mary was somewhat staggered by the suggestion at .first but, after think­ ing it over, she came to the conclusion "that she. really didn't care :nucli about I at,...

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. — 3 April 1897

Mk V?i. &• liS 1 '-V^ $ Official Pah?i kfCook County, i-T:' 'A ShRIS MURPHY, Editdrand pjopieto*. f§p Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance^-v &J$GRAND MIRAIS. MINN., APRIL 3.1897. EGYPTIAN SNAKE CHARMERS. Acooont of a Performance Said to Have ••zv&h iaken Haco la Cairo. Iva TJie following story of a "snake •t, 3bbe,rjiier" is borrowed from a Paris pa per, -The reader is expected to use hi? iowh discretion as to believing or ex- -mpji plaining1 it. The incident is said to have pte taken place in Cairo,where the narrator, Ipi- Monsieur Vigouroux,while walking the b$ii streets with a friend fell in with a "mild-looking young man" who pro' fesseS to be a snake-charmer. The two visitors engaged him to come to their hotel the next day and give them an ex i: hibitjon of his powers. Guards were stationed around the building to prevent the charmer from getting into it before the appointed .time. When he arrived he was let in A, the first courtyard. He was asked if there -were any snake...

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. — 3 April 1897

1 1 (, vOF LOCAL. INTEREST^ it .• ... August Hokanson, of Iiutseu, was in .„ J'*town this week. Mrs.-J. E. Mayh«w has teen quite ill 'teiariptf the past weekly Haus Gilbertson and John Nelson left over the trail Tuesday morning for JDu «rluth- 3ggj. Ole Gunderso'n amf Swen Jacofison ^%rrived here from Duluth Wednesday on their way to Hovland. F.. Dr. May hew received word frona Du­ luth this "week that the Dixon is expected to leave therein her first irip aW the im. wfcr Af4^r Daniel MoDonough left Thursday ff^morning for Johnson. & En Kelson's oedar. -camp to take charge of Chris. Murphy's a A new company known a% the Duluth Dredging and Dock company has secured the contract for the dredging of 13,000 'cubic yards in the Grand Marais harbor pSthis season. Their bid was the lowest, being 17^ cents per yard. A very enjoyable party was given at the hotel Thursday evening to a number •of friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fuller ton. The party was a surprise on Mr. OFullerton who, on th...

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. — 3 April 1897

mi, 3J\ $ SS^-^SP^Jil** •**'.»."*•.jS ^T -^ci- .- Against His Will. The editor was disgusted ,and no 1^ (wonder! It* It was the dull season, and the Scru­ ff tator was jeoppelled to resort to much pjpv padding in order to fill the daily, meas expected by its subscribers it was even obliged to print copious extracts |f%^r from other publications—a thing only Mjp% to be done as a last resort by any *paper of spirit! Yet as this particular l^/jr'time a celebrity, a real celebrity, came fjs^TJ-for a few days' stay to Oakhampton, ^sS_ and refused to Je interviewed. ®r .' Why he came was a mystery, but that he had come was a fact, though from the editor's point of view he might just as well have stayed away. The celebrity's unobliging disposition on the subject of interviewing had pre­ ceded him he was perhaps the only man of note in two continents who had not submitted to the ordeal. In mo­ ments of self-depreciation he was wont to say that was his greatest claim to distinction but even ...

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. — 10 April 1897

^', 1 .£#$': W'M hr ,1 Vj W -fr -3,1^ fife BY A.E.BUNKER. Tie recent lank robbery by two masked robbers at Sherburn, Minn., recalls the raid in the First national bank of North field, in the same state by Fra'nk James, Cole, Jim and Bob Younger, Bill Stiles (or Chadwell), Clel Miller and Charles Pitts, twenty years ago, Sept. 7, 1875. The writer has a vivid recollection ,of the last named event. The First National, was the 'only bank in the city, and the raiders concluded the bank would carry considerable cash in its safe, as a great deal of wheat was then being marketed at Northfield, and funds came through the bank to pay for it. Northfield, being a college town, has many inhabitants who are there for the •purpose of educating their children. They are well to do, intelligent people, who spend more time in beautifying their homes and decorating their grounds than they do in decorating their noses, as is common in communi­ ties where the "bum", element pre­ vails. The robbers reason...

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. — 10 April 1897

0 THE COOK OCfUNTf .flkSDi'pil OFFICIAL PAP^F OF COOK 6^UN-JSR. RF^( 1 J-* 1 flip ,'•? (5 CHRIS MUBP&Y'Edltor anti4ropIefo*^' Terms. $1.00 a Year in Advance lU'riiri GRAttD MARAI8. MINN.. APRIL 10.1897. ifc WASHINGTON NOTES. „iv. President MoKioley'e ambition is to £t, increase our territory by annexation, and Hi Hawaii and Cuba are expected to be un­ der tbe protecting care of Uriole Sam be­ fore the end of this administration. .Persons near the President and his ad %T viserssay that this is the hope and the tpifexpectation of the new administration. f~ 7 It is an interesting fact that if Johnson's administration be considered democratic, and it was so regarded by the republican party at the time, no federal, whig or re­ publican president has ever extended tbe area of the Bepublic. All expansions of the territory of the United States have been made under 'democratic adminis­ tration, Jefferson brought us the vast domain of Louisiana stretching from the headwaters of the Yellow...

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. — 10 April 1897

iiPff rjfc ill V- mi* OF LOCAL. INTEBEST. Governor Clough has deugnatec »th as Arbor dfay. 30th 1A 4 A daflfffater wne born io Uf. and Pater Backlnnd Wednesday evening. jsjw Mr. and Mm. A, Scott are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl -at their $1^'"' hoihe-ofl Mood^^^^^^pp^^^PJ V,r|" We are pleased to say that Mrs. J. E. .... Mayhew who has been very ill for a cou­ ple of weeks 'past is rapidly recovering. f|y Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Darfee have moved into one of the Miller houses having sold their house to Treasurer Johnson Hans Gilbertson, John Nelson and John Morrison returned with the mail •carrier Tuesday, evening from Duluth. »t Patebts' for Cook county lands have been received at the Duluth land office for Richard Dowmao, Ohas. J. Johnson and Martha Follook. County attorney Titus came up from Hovland Tuesday on business. He will remain until after the meeting of the |§L county board next Monday. Chris.. Murphy has sold his speedy ft sailing yacht, the Defender, to Register ...

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. — 10 April 1897

I !WL •t. M- SIS BRTT^i of the deep. p|w. ^OCCUPATION OP THE PEARL FISHERS A DANGEROUS ONE.. I# ftThfle at Work 'He Is Surrounded by Ail Sorts of Danger—H. P. "Whit marsh, a Successful Diver Describes His Perilous Adventures. wfe «..^v P. Whitmarsh.)' ^.^ISHING for pearls ri is a profitable oc cupation, but full of danger. Formerly the calling was mo­ nopolized by the natives of tropic shores whose op­ erations were con­ fined to the shallow waters, or at best depths easily pen­ etrated by divers without apparatus. But when the shallow waters were de­ luded of their prizes, more venture­ some men went into the business, fit­ ting themselves out with boats and div­ ing salts, by means of which they oould search deeper waters for the ocean's only gem,. 1 Pearls are found in most tropical •waters. The market, however, is prin­ cipally supplied from the gulfs of Cali­ fornia and Mexico, the northern coast of Australia, Ceylon, and the islands of the Pacific. Though pearls are found in a...

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. — 17 April 1897

fcr VOLUME V. kiS®rHE v^i Hi @£8-Mto* ft5'*Ms** "tObe-youth, singin? Ms 'topical song, cc fr-W*' ,§tl ws €r- ",Z. 3 4? REHEARSEL. The stalls and the.' halcoay of .Ushft empty, cr^cent-shaped hall, with. its scent of last night's cigars, are, in spite of the fitful shouts of music, asleep :«flider browzt-hoiland cott&ter- panes, wad all the movement is cen­ tered in the orchestra anfion thfeSrtagp. Now atttd then stout, tired gentlemen lounge into view at the Side of tire stalls and yawn unrtetraitfadly, punch theafselves on thfe chetft, and, tCSter list­ ening to the rehearsal of- a sons, yawn agsiin and write something in a toffi*ebook with augia*t silveri&encil and 8® away. .•ton the stagfe,-where the IP gaslights took yellow (tee sunli^lt, that, in igpite of ail (opposition, hae gained ad­ mittance, is aa. ^•buck-cloth of Margate Sands, with lifelike visiters in out-of­ -date costnnwss sand badly-drawn silk ihats, anfl tflfeJe is a persistent sound •of carperftoy fctehind...

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. — 17 April 1897

vfer k} 'it /V |J' fV life ¥Mm ft THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. ?'-j ib't, OFFICIAL PAPEE OP COOK COUNTY. A*, -i CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year imAdvance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., APRIL 17,1897. Railroad Scheme Bains' Pushed. News comes from Grand Mantis that there is much quiet wort preliminary to the construction of a railroad from that point to connect with the Canadian line from Port A.rthur that now has^its terminus at Gunflint, where valuable iron deposits are located. It is evident that before the railroad projectors begin actual work on the proposed line that they intend acquiring possession of val­ uable lands through the country which it will traverse. Options on large tracts, that without a railroad, will forever be without value are being obtained right a"bd left and in many instances contracts are beiug secured by the terms of which owners agree to turn over to representa­ tives of the proposed railroad company a pne-half interest in their holdings on 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. — 17 April 1897

SK rf- tw hJ OF LOCAL. INTEREST. "PP®_7: ^Register Qarhart-yiBitjed:Lntaen this week. J. G. Monfcferrand, of Grand Portage, was in town Tuesday. M, Johnson and family have moved into-town for the summer. Jas. A.-Tucker has bAen under the weather for several days past. Countyv Commissioners Jackson, of Hovland, and,Engelson/of Carlton Peak were in town the^first of the week attend­ ing ^he meeting of the county board. v»Alex Easier, J. C. Kelly, "Wm.'Larkin, C. A. Nelson,'N.Hrftnlin and Li. Lundine constituted a party' of Lutsenites who were in attendance at the^commissioners meeting Monday.. At the .meeting of the county board ifj. last Monday, petitions were presented asking for a redivision of the territory comprising: the First,'Third and Fourth school districts. The matter, wa8 referred to tihe county attorney who deoided that cne county attorney wao aeoiaea lost pohUeal-favors it none of these:iwre legal school districts, J" The Third arid Fourth districts, he said, The Third a...

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. — 17 April 1897

'One tiling I could never unde-r- |?||v| stand," said the judge as she looked jfc|m around at three ®r four guests after jh dinner, "is why everybody seems to ex •s pect a man when telling a story orally to confine himself strictly to the truth, while ho one ever demands anything of the sort from a writing story teller. It isn't fair. Besides it is based on iwrong principles. When a man tells a story, he ought to make it just as inter­ esting as he can regardless ot all con­ siderations of truth." "Dangerous doctrine. Might be ex­ tremely demoralizing," observed the dominie. "I can't think so," returned the judge. "Take the case of a 'host, for instance. I hold that it is not only his privilege but his duty to entertain his guests •with the best stories lie can tell, and give no thought to truth. And I'll un­ dertake to show you that it is not de­ moralizing in any way. You remember having heard 'me mention the tramp trip which I took around the world when I was a young man, I presu...

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. — 24 April 1897

T\ •I V4-) 4. }i A r* rr VOLUME T. FOIftjHT DARK REMARKABLE D^UEL BETWEEN TWO FIERY ITALIANS.* -i 1 An Actor Who Was. Insulted by a Hiss —-He' Got His' Revenge by Shooting the Count The" Fart Played lv the -Cigarettes. ANY hair-raising stories have been told of duels fought on {he frontier, says the-New York Herald. There is scarcely a town with a fighting his­ tory in, Texas or along the Kansas border that has not a tale to relate of a combat with pistols or bowie knievs fought in a room where all light had been shut out. These were the battles of the western barbarians. It has re­ mained for lEhirope to reduce the duel in the dark to an art*"'**"'. Giovanni Rossi is an actor of dis­ tinction. He is descended from- a faB^ous^^^t^.-butvhjts^family be«£iiie impoverished and shortly after be reached manhood ne atlopted the -t.age.. Onf several occasions Sig. Hossi found it ittecessary to maintain bis social dig riJj|f at the pointiOf*the"sword. There wore these wh#^st/ i^urs oSat hith...

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. — 24 April 1897

THBS OOOK COUNTYlfeBBALI \v" *JrficuL FXTtiWcoaLGifMpr. SS& &''£¥*& tfU&PHY,Editored Prop •if) ..?. Terms, 4&00 a Year in Advance. «RAKD MARAIS. MINN., APEIL 24.1807. LOOKS LIKE A BEAR. A Dim»tWe Anlmd Tkat Y*« Cam Fladin Water. He really looks veory much like & bear, tlioughyou must put him under a pow­ erful microscope to see the resem­ blance, Bays Tfd-Bits. The extraor­ dinary thing, however, about this tiny creature is that he is found in the gut­ ters of houses, where he is at one time diy 'as dust and scorched by the blaz­ ing sUn, at anotbjfr active and full of Jife under a refreshing shower of rain. The water bear is one of the Rotifer animalcules, and is of all of them the most capable of standing any extremes of temperature without giving up the ghost. He may be left dried up for months, even years, and yet on being put into -water will expand and begin moving about and feeding vigorously. Although he cannot stand boiling wa­ ter, he will live in d...

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. — 24 April 1897

r)i- W:: *?tk John 'iMWeii^ Ht Mayheweame faome on the Dixon, Sunday evening andreturned Tneeday morning to Duluth. '*. Mim Nellie and Mrs: Chris. Murphy end children left on the Dixon Friday morning for Dalntb. Auditor Fisher, TreMnrer Johnson end B. Dowmanleft on the Dixon Tuea dey mornin? for Duluth. County Auditor Halden, of St. Louis county, has been acquitted of the eharge of misappropriating oounty funds. T. A. Delamater, who has resided in ]©&•. Grand Marais for a year past, left on the Dixon Tuesday morning fot Fennsyln^ nia. Gaptain Gillie who has spent the win­ ter exploring in the neighborhood of Ohioago Bay passed through town oh the Dixon Tuesday morning oq his way to ltaluth. Mrs. A. Si Johnson wse surprised on Thursday of last week by a number of friends who remind#) her that it was her 61st birth day. Refreshments were served and a general good time was en­ joyed.- Wm. Ellqulit lMd the misfortune to hare his bouse oompletely destroyed by fire on Tussday morning....

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. — 24 April 1897

•uVfl .aw ffjTOj wsit',5 \v y. i? & mottles in butter. Some New Idea* as to Their Cause 1 and Prevention. Mr. B. T. Quigly of Philadelphia, whom ,the. Creamery Journal intro .due?s toT jtts readers as an "old butter maker/' writes to that paper about ^'Mottles" as follows ^This Is a subject which has been discussed at great length and many *feason$ given Why, butter is mottled. 4. have given the subject considerable thought! and study in the past fifteen years, and I think I have discovered a jcause which has been overlooked by most writers on the subject, especially :With butter made from separated cream. ''Back in the old days of gathered cream butter, the cream on the very hottest days came into the factory .with churned butter on the top of each .ata. Now the butter maker had to strain that cream in order to'separate it from the particles of butter or he jFrowld have white specks or mottles in !4s butter. "The reason for it was that the but­ ter oii the top of the cans was 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. — 1 May 1897

:ft 'BETTER NOT DANCE." f»EOFMA PREACHER DENdUNCES PUBLIC DANCES. ftells What He Knows About Such Places and Warns Parents to Keep Their Children at Home—Some of the Evils. R. D. N. STAF ford fulminated an- against dancing at Hale Chapel last night, says the Peoria Journal. He chose as his text, "There is a Time to Dance." He quoted from the Bible 'where danc­ ing was spoken of as a religious act, and then asked, "But do you call your dancing schools and party dances or even social dances religious services or acts giving joy to victory and worship to a God of purity and love?" He further said, "I fully intend to lift my voice against the tendencies to impurity, looseness of morals, deaden­ ing of conscience, loss of influence, .wrecking of character, which I plainly discern in the dance, the card table and the theater. Thank God! I have not been contaminated with either. iThe dance is harmful to the body. .The atmosphere of the ball room is always unhealthful. The physical en­ ergi...

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 May 1897

Eft*' ^BETTER NOT DANCE." {•EORIA PREACHER DENOiUNCES PUBLIC DANCES. tells What He Knows About Sacli Places and Warns Parents to Keep Their Children at Home—Some of the Evils* R.' D. N. STAP ford fulminated an- against dancing at Hale Chapel last night, says the Peoria Journal. He Chose as his text, "There is a Time to Dance." He quoted from the Bible 'where danc­ ing was spoken of as a religious act, and then asked, "But do you call your dancing schools and party dances or even social dances religious services or acts giving joy to victory and worship to a God of purity and love?" He further said, "I fully intend to lift my voice against the tendencies to impurity, looseness of morals, deaden­ ing of conscience, loss of influence, iwrecking of character, which I plainly discern in the dance, the card table and the theater. Thank God! I have not been contaminated with either. The dance is harmful to the body. !rhe atmosphere of the ball room is always unhealthful. The physical en­ 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. — 1 May 1897

$ I 1 A £k 5* Mk-j '0 If THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPKI OP COOK COUNTY. M* jOHRIS MURPHY,E$tor*.nd Propietqr. Tern}*, S^.QO 9. Yea? in Advance. GRAND MA RAJS, MINK., MAY 1, 1897. The Hatter Wjth tlie Railroads. |j&./ Many persons, wise ones, too, have l&c ©ndeavoyed to account for the depression ||r In railroad properties and their failura W'' to pay dividends, even though theii freight rates are in some casea almost jK prohibitive so far as (he agricultural shipper is coacenied. Wliat the railroad 0 companies themsfelveig think of it is per haps summed in a paper in The Forum 'l\ fy President O. D. Ashley of the Wa ]baah road- First pf all, President Ash ley declares we have too many parallel 'fompeting lines. He oiteg us to the fac that there are now six railway lines be tween Chicago and St. Louis and seven between Chicago and Kansas City wliei two or three could easily handle all th traffic. He declares that only two line are needed between the Atlantio am. Pacif...

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. — 1 May 1897

I i, 1 1 W OF LOCAL INTEREST. Sander Jentoft went to Duluth yester­ day. A. W, Peterson, Lutsen, .jfraa in town Thursday. «». ^Miss Julia Olson left for Duluth ye| terday morning. *v ^1-1 gtCbria Murphy went to Duluth on if business yesterday. 1 ^Ays with his family in Duluth. •John Jaoobson,~of Hovland, returned iiome from Dulath Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mayhew and daughter. Ella, went to Duluth on the Dixon Monday. R. Dowman, Treasurer Johnson and Auditor Fisher returned Sunday even­ ing from Duluth. J. Selmer Johnson arrived from Min­ neapolis Sunday evening to spend the summer on his homestead. Quite a number of Cook county farmers ^oame inon the Dixon this we6k from Duluth, Superior and other points to iput in their crops. John and Andrew Tofter passed .through town Wednesday' evening on their Way to Isle Royale where they will spend the summer fishing. Miss Hedvig Friedlund, who has iflpent the winter cooking in Johnson & Engelson's cedar camp, came down Wed cosd...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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