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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 5 June 1897

I I^T & OF .LOCAL INTEREST. Treasurer Johnson Ajrent to Iiutsaa & A&et evening. V* $**• M'-E. W. Wakelin came down from Du luth Sunday. v' The tuff Effie L. left for Duluth Thuia .day morning. s} H. Mayhew returned from Duluth Sunday evening. John Matheson went toDnluth on the Nautilas Tuesday. Register Carhart made Cflying trip $o Gunflint, via Port Arthur, this week. Nels Nordquist went up to his claim, in the vicinity of Gunflint, this week. Alex McLaren Jr., of Chippewa Falls, Wis., came down on the Dixon last even ing. Duncan McAcheron, an old time Cook county explorer, is lying at the point of death in Port Arthur. O. E. Erickson returned on the Nauti last Monday evening after spending the winter in Minneapolis. The dredge completed the job in the harbor Tuesday and-was taken to Du­ luth Thursday evening. Capt. Anderson, of Duluth, passed through town on the Dixon Wednesday right on his way to Gunflint. George Free passed through town on the Nautilas Sunday evening...

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. — 5 June 1897

ft j. $/%%&? /v •Host my wife and two' children from the ef fectt oi hereditary^ scrofula. My third child was dangerously af-i fected with scrofula. He' wastmable to walk, his left loot being covered with run ning sores. Physicians hav-1 Ing failed to relieve the others) of my family, I decided to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I ami pleased to say the trial was suc-1 cessful, and my boy was restored! to health. I am confident that my1 child would have died had he not "used Ayer's Sarsaparilla."—JAS. M. DTE, Mintonville, Ky., Aug. 5,1895.1 WEIGHTY WORDS FOR Ayer's Sarsaparilla. BINDING OF GRAIN. "Nrixy McCormlck Changed from a Lett to a Bight Hand Binder. When binding was done by hand '.fee left hand cat harvester was a ne­ cessity. With, the l«ft hand a in heads of the grain are at the left hand of the man doing the 'binding, so in taking out the bundle with the band around it, whether the man turned to tfco front table or to the back table he kept his position toward the bun­ dle it...

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. — 12 June 1897

I •S 'CURRENT NOTES OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. 'dope for the Deaf Koch's Study of Leprosy —New Process of Packing: Cotton—A Comfortable Bed for the Sick—The Batter-fly Tongue. Hope for the Deaf. the ROFESSOR Dus saud of the Univer­ sity of Geneva, Switzerland, has invented an appar­ atus to. enable the deaf to hear. The microphonogr a he has just issued to the world mag­ nifies the human voice in the same way as a lens magnifies a picture. It is simply a telephone connected elec-' trically with a phonograph, but a far more sensitive phonograph than Edi­ son's ordinary model. There is of course an electric battery, sulphate of mercury being used, and from one cell to sixty cells according to the degree of deafness of the person. Of course the aparatus is useless in case of ab­ solute deafness, but fortunately such an infirmity is far rarer than is sus­ pected. Ninety-five per cent of so called stone deaf persons can be made to hear and understand by means of Professor Dussaud's inventi...

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. — 12 June 1897

,i && THE OOOK COUNTY HBBALD. Owcui. PAPJJJE OF COOKCOONTY. CHRIS MUKPHY. Editor tad Propietor. Terns, fiJbO a Year in Advance. GRAND MABAI8. MINN. JUNE 12.1897 THE ZONE OFFICE IN CUBA. l'«Wi9 Seem to Be Stupefied by Their SvfferiBf u4 Misery, It can be truthfully said of the whole province of Matanzas tb&t it resembles jiothing Bo mach as a great ash heap, And the same is true of the three other •western provinces, says-the Review of Reviews. But there was a radius of ifive miles around the city of Matan jzas that had not been destroyed in January, This has been pointed out as the zone of cultivation, where some day, some remote manana, the land would be allotted to the paciflcos, and in March the destruction of all this property, aud even the growing crops, was decreed by Gen. Molinas, the mili­ tary governor. The last time I stood on the summit of Montserrat there were three great fires burning to the right &nd to the left of me, and before me. ^Everything was on ...

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. — 12 June 1897

li a OP LOCAL. INTEREST. S Postmaster Brunea, of Hovland. was io "town this week. E. W. Wakelin returned to Dnlnth last evening on. the Dixon../ A son was born to Mr. atod Mrs. John Dromllard Monday nutung. Hans Holte returned «n the Nautitaa Monday evening from Dafatb, Treasarer Johnson and Aturnst Hok •nson went to Dalath last evening. A partyof Lutsenites consisting of C. A. Nelson, A. W. Peterson and August Hokanson were in town this week. W. EL Carey, of Dalath, was in town a couple of days this week looking up some land matters at the eburt house. Commissioners Jackson, of Hovland, and Engelson, of Oarlton Peak, were in attendance at the meeting of the oonnty board Thursday. John Matheson returned on the Nauti­ lus Wednesday evening from Daluth. Mrs. Matheson aooompanied hist home from Oarlton Peak. We are pleased to welcome the return of the Mesaba Range to thei journalistic field. The Range re-appears as bright and newsy as ever, which is saying a great deal. The special mee...

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. — 12 June 1897

GREAT deal of nonsense has been written—and be­ lieved, about blood purifiers. What purifies the blood? «. THE KIDNEYS PURIFY BLOOD AND THEY ALONt. If diseased, however, they cannot, and the blood continually becomes more Impure* Every drop of blood In the body goes through the kidneys, the sewers of the system, every three minutes* night and day, while life endures. £5 YiOvWvCv^ /Q puts the kidneys in perfect health, and nature does the rest. The heavy, dragged out feeling, the bilious attacks, headaches, nervous unrest, fickle appetite, all caused by poisoned blood, will disappear when the kidneys properly perform their functions* There is no doubt abo-.it this. Thousands have so testified. Tlve theory is right, the cure is right an health follows ts a natural sequence Be self-convinced through pV sonal proof. fixcnrslon to l^ree Homes in the Northwest. Those who are paying rent or carrying (mortgages, or young men without pros­ pects of getting a home where land is high in price,...

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. — 19 June 1897

WANTED: MODEL. (liyXnna "S^eillstf^ «8 ?J?" 5 seems sd very strange, deaiv .Not exactly proper!" Miss Seymour ex­ pected to see pre the expres sion upon the face of her niece as did follow this opinion. Lena Seymour's igreat brown eyes ^flashed, her pretty lips curled with scorn and a rich color xaantled in her cheeks. "Proper! Society does not rule down liere, Aunt Margaret! Besides it is a mere matter of business^," ,, ,, A twinkle danced in Miss Margaret's syes, but vanished, presently, "Oh," she said, "you mean to make a profession of your art." "Oh, dear!" sighed Lena, "how many times I have told you, Aunt Margaret, that art will not accept divided hom -age. hope some day to call myself an artist! Now," and the large brown •eyes grew luminous, the lips, smiled as if some vision of beauty woke a glad response in Lena's heart, and her little white hands moved unconsciously to •clasp each o'they "now I can only hope and dream, work and pray!" Then she came suddenly out of this lit...

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. — 19 June 1897

flS wi fl-1 JHE COOK COUNTY HB&ALD. OWICIAI, PAPKI OF COOK COUNTY. s*,g ||"jr CHRIS MURPHY, Editorahd Propietor. TermB, (1,00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., JUNE 19.1897 METHODS HERE AND ABROAD. Way* of Steering: Boats in KagUai, |(jS -*C France and Geimanr. A comparison of the different meth .tf^'ods of doing- what is practically the f-9 same thing in various ptarteof the world is both interesting and amusing to the thoughtful observer, says Carrier's Magazine. On American ferryboats the £|s' import is well known, of the "ting-ting" or "jingle-jingle" of the bell, by which fl- the man in the Wheelhousp communi­ cates with his fellow mortal in tlhe en­ gine room. On the Thames^ hltxwever, it would be couridered pracftdcally im­ possible to conrcy information in this' manner, and the captains of the small paddle steamers on that stream stand on the paddle boxes atid sing, out: "Ease 'er!" "Back 'erl" etc., apparently to nobody in particular, while these in­ teresting rem...

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. — 19 June 1897

1 I ik 4 'i*Aj pi' n\ "'•v-'h DF LOCAL 1NTBKJBEIT. V,S''"\ H. Mayhew went to Dulutfaf Tuesday. Andrew Christiansen, of Holland, was in town Sunday. B. R. Graetz came down from Duluth Wednesday and left Thurad&y moraine ..' •,-., lor the woods. Ip^ w. The heavy northeast storm of Wednes­ day delayed tne Dixon about four hours on her down tnp &'• Bernt Jacobeon, of Hovland, passed 'through town on the Dixon, Thursday on his way to Duluth. •. ,, Chris. Murphy has sold hid fine draft team to Daniel Spillane who will ifemain ere and carry on a general teaming bus­ iness.- Dave Carriboo strained his back quite •pf- seriously yesterday while carrying a fepj-: heavy log. He is oonfined to his bed as ^0,0. ^result of the injury.. l||y A. J. Taylor, register of the Duluth land ofBoe, has resigned. His reason for doing so is that a business opening has presented itself which he desires to take Advantage of. Len. and Win. Tunks and Loiiis Both, of Lutsen,were in toirn Monday night. ,The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 June 1897

fair' wmm "Yes." "And at the'party the other night you let him have her all to himself?" "Yes." •"He 11 cut you out." "Oh, no. You dcn't know him as well fLS I do." "What will he do then?" "He'll queer hiirself." fG.50—SHORTHAND BY MAIL ?G.50. Send for Particulars. CURTISS BUSINESS COLLEGE. Minneapolis, Minn. Too Many for Him. She—Do you think you could guess 6ow old I am? He-(absently)—I'm. afraid not- I nevor was very good at figures.—Cleve l:uid Leader Coi*'* 0«nf(h Balaam Is the oldest and best. It will break up a Gold quicker thau anything else. It is atways reliable. Try it. Hit Hard. "So you met ray friend Shirkey. How did he strike you?" "For twenty." I shall recommend Piso's Cure for Con­ sumption far and wide.—Mrs. Mulligan, Plumstead, Kent, England. Nov. 8, 18&5. Oscnlatory Demonstration. She—And'you say that a smart thief tould steal something from right under say nose. I don't believe it. He-Well, there. •... And he had purloined a kiss. fto-To-Bac tor Fifty Cents. ...

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. — 26 June 1897

r-v. S JJP*' v\ W life me VOLUME YI. SISTER ELIZABETH. NOTHING is more mortifying to a per­ son, especially if that individual is a mwden lady of li rty-five, than the consciousness that others begin A to think her too old for the society of young people. "It is a 'laying on the shelf'" that is by no means agree­ able. At least such was my feeling as I glanced at the invitations to a little moonlight excursion on the lake which were handed in by John while we were seated at our cosy breakfast-table in Snow Cottage, one lovely morning in June. The note was directed to Miss Lottie and Miss Cornie Whittaker not addressed, as previous envelopes had been, to the Misses Whittaker, which would of course include Elizabeth Whittaker, spinster. The last word I announced almost audibly, with a bit­ ter smile, which attracted' the atten­ tion of my pet, Cornie, who said, ten derly, "Sister Elizabeth, does your head ache this morning?" How my heart yearned over that fa­ vorite sister of mine, th...

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. — 26 June 1897

WA I, &• m', THE COOK COUNTY HBRAJJD OFFICIAL PAPEJF OP COOK COUNTY ||:$CHRIS? MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. ii Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., JUNE 26. 1897 GRANT AS A BOY. He Was Unusually Determined, Ile sonrcelnl and Kcsqlnte. gp Some of the good people of George ||k $own, Ripley anid. Batavia go far in their Ik attempt to show how very ordinary Ulysses Grant was, says Hamlin Gar |j£ land in McClure's. A boy of 13 who pk'1 could drive a team 600 miles across 'V country and arrive safely w.ho could load a wagom with heavy log's by his own mechanical ingenuity who insisted on j,,, polving all mathematical problems him self who never whispered or lied or swore or quarrelled who could train a horse to pace or trot at will who stood squarely upon, his own knowledge of things without resorting to trick or mere verbal memory—such a boy, at this distance, does not appear "or diaary," stupid, dull or commonplace. That he was not showy or easily valued was true. H...

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. — 26 June 1897

\f i1**f r\ fV.i 1« I i, •$ "7 OF LOOALi INTEREST. H. Mayhew returned from Duluth Sunday evening, L. G. Dahlman left on the Dixon Thursday evening for Duluth. Dan MoDonough left on the Nautilus Thursday morning for Two Harbors. John P. Taylor left on the Dixon Sun­ day evening for the Canadian gold fields. Miss Bosa Scott returned Sunday evening from a visit with friends in Du­ luth. Perry D. Martin and Sander Jentoft left on the Nautilus last evening for Du­ luth. Commissioners Engelson is in town today attending the meeting of the coun­ ty board. C. H. Teeter, of Minneapolis, is spend­ ing a few days in town, the guest of O. E. Erickson. Miss Alma JBerglund left on the Nauti­ lus Thursday morning for a visit with friends in Duluth. Register Carhart left on the Nautilus Thursday morning for a visit to Duluth and the Twin cities. A. C. Andrews and family, of St. Paul, 'arrived here Wednesday evening to en­ joy a few weeks' outing. W. H. Baker and S. Howe came down from Two Harbors 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. — 26 June 1897

Prof. R. S. Bowman, the able instructor natural science in the famous Hartsville, (Ind-.) College, is well and favorably Icnovra^ not only as an educator, but "also •ma a minister of the gospel, as for a num ber of years he was pastor of the United Brethren church at Charlotte, Mich., be ifore coming to Hartsville. •Which An Irishman hailing from Dublin re­ cently came across the channel and en­ listed in a line regiment. One morning, when assembling on parade for drill, Pat happened to fall in next to a London recruit. On the •order, "Double!" being given by the drill sergeant, the cockney was heard to exclaim: "Oh, hang doubling!" "To which Pat immediately replied: "'And hang London, ye spalpeen!"— -London Answers- Prof. R. S. Bowman, Instructor of Natural Science in Hartsville College, Cured of a Severe Illness by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People After Physicians Failed. PROP. B. S. BOWMAN. Some time ago he From the Republican, Columbus, Ind. had a severe illness was cure...

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. — 3 July 1897

•J I1 !vj! :k -1 "f I A jPi- The first time I saw the meat of this cod I was struck with its fine ap­ pearance and the evident size or bulk of the fish and a desire to see one caught induced me to take passage on one cf the fishing boats. The fishing ground was on the southeast end of the island, near a huge bed of kelp that stretched along shore, forming a perfect barrier against the heavy sea that came pounding in to break and wear away the rock-bound coast. mc BAG oooco oe *n former years a singular fishery flourished on the island of Santa Cat alina, Southern California, known as the boneless cod. Scores of Italian fishermen,, who could not speak a word, or but few words, of English, made the attractive island their headquar­ ters, and any one familiar with the bay of Naples or Pelermo might have thought that they had been trans­ ported to those places, as here were the same boats—double-enders, low in the water, thick and heavy, with pictur­ esque lateen sails, which dodged in ...

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 July 1897

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. ^Official Papei of Cook County CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietori Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance GRAND MARAIS. MINN., JULY 3.1897 HAIR DYE. Sailor^ Have Light Locks and Luxuriant |5, °nes* -r 'The latest u^e to which the sun has peen put i§ to nlake it dye human hair, |ui4 cm the head of the pretty bathing. girl at that, says the New York Journal. This fashion begun last summer. A fashionable physician recommended bright sunshine and sea ozone as the best means of making the hair lighit colorcd, healthy and strong. The young person for whom this prescrip­ tion was given found it very efficacious. ft The end of the resort season has by no means caused a subsidence of the -fad. Never before were there in New York so many young women whose golden hair hangs dowqi their backs once fivery day:—that is, every sun­ shiny day. A queer fact, too, is that the id,ea, simple as it is, seems to have result of producing the desired ef­ fect. It is certainly a much more ha...

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 July 1897

3 't 'C_J' 11 Uj ti i\ y\ I -ik' 4\ I- i-. -I -M wM 11*: M. OF LOCAi. INTEREST. W. £2. Lueas left for West Superior yesterday.. J. P. Mortimer visited Dulufch and towDS on the Mesaba range laBt week. Mrs. L. Eliasen, of Hovland, visited friends in town last Saturday and Sun .day. Eegieter Oarhart returned from Du iuth Sunday evening accompanied by his young brother who will spend the (Summer with him. Mrs. E. R. Smith, of New Orleans, ar­ rived here Wednesday evening to spend a. few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J, E. Mayhew, and family. A. J. Johnson, the newly appointed postmaster of Grand Marais, has received his commission and will take charge of the office on the 15th inst. Geo. H. Durfee left on the Nautilus last Saturday for St. Paul, where he joined the other members of the First Minnesota and accompanied them to Gettysburg. •Quite a number of our citizens left on the Nautilus this morning to celebrate the glorious Fourth at ooher points. Some were bound for Lutsen, some for...

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 July 1897

FOREST FIRES. PRECAUTIONS AGAINST FOREST AND PRAIRIE FIRES IN MINNE­ SOTA. ®he Following Circular Has Been Ianued l»y Gen. C. C. Andrews, Cliief •Fire Warden of Minnesota. "Circular No. 6. State of Minnesota, Office of Chief Fire Warden, St. Paul, Minn.-, May 26, 1897—To JTire Wardens: 1. A package containing ten warning placards has just been mailed from this •office to each chairman of town board and *4o each fire warden in unorganized ter iritory, and they should be carefully posted, as provided by Section 4, of the .Forest reservation Act of April 18, 1895. 31 any should be received by chairmen towns so much settled as not to re­ quire precautions against forest or prairie fires the town board can exercise its ^discretion in regard to their being posted. H. Chairmen are requested to prompt i!y fill and return the blank entitled "Fire "Wardens for 1897 also, hand to their colleagues a copy of within 'circulars, 'Which should be carefully studied. III. Section 6, of said law requi...

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 July 1897

I VOLUME YL CAPTUBE DON PIDBO. E N west in search of .gold, we stopped at Golden Gulch and stak'ed out our claim. In a month's time we got things to running all right, and were congratulating our­ selves that the west was not so "wild and woolly" as it is represented, when something happened that threw the camp into greats excitement. One night, Mr. Rogers, whose claim was next to ours, had a fine horse sto­ len from him. Confusion reigned! A thief in camp! Who could it be? Everybody was above suspicion,, of course. Horse-stealing in the west is punished by death, but no trace of the •thief could be found. And so, a week passed. Then, one morning there arrived in camp a man dressed in a rich Mexican suit, with his sombrero pulled over his eyes and a gaudy silk handkerchief tied around .^his neck almost concealing his face. We could only see that he had small ,eyes and a black mustache. He was of slight build and not tall. 9 He "put up" at Jerry Griffin's "ho­ tel," which was also po...

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 July 1897

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD- OFFICIAL PAPSE OF COOK COUNTY." CHRIS MURPHY. Editor and Ffropletor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. •GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. JULY 10.1897 State and County Home Rule. Editor W. H. Kaufman, of ,the Bice county Jeffersonian, is making a practical application of the question of home rule by a proposition to have a law enacted by the next legislature, empowering the voters of counties to fix the eompensa-. tion of county officials. His bill, which has been sent to the reform press of the. state, proposes that whenever 25 per oent •of the voters of any county petition the county auditor for the increase or de­ crease of the compensation of any county officer to a certain specified sum, it shall be the duty of the auditor to .cause the question to be submitted to a vote at the next ensuing election, the ballots to be marked in the usual form of voting yes or no upon questions submitted to them If it be oarried by the majority vote, the compensation provided for takes ...

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