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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 10 July 1897

.. OP LOCAL. INTEREST. Jas. A. Tucker is in Dulath on busi­ ness. County Attorney Titus came up from Hoveland Thursday. Commisioner Engelson came down from Carlton Peak last evening. Miss Mary Murphy returned to her home in West Duluth Thursday. The tug W. B. Castle oalled here Sun­ day with a party of excursionists. Dan Spillane returned with his team from Johnson and Engelsons cedar camp Thursday. Mrs. J. J. Hussy left on the Dixon Thursday evening for a visit with friends in Duluth. I Felix Beaudet, of Two Harbors, is vis­ iting R. S. Howe on his farm five miles east of town. Chris. Johnson came home from Carl­ ton Peak last evening to spend a week •with his parents. Treasurer Johnson, Commissioner Ol­ son and Hans Gilbertson returned on the Dixon Friday evening from Duluth. Those of our citizens who spent the Fourth at Carlton Peak returned Mon­ day evening ^nd report a most enjoyable time. Mrs. L. U. C. Titus and Miss Carrie Brunes, of Hovland, passed through town on the Dixon ...

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 July 1897

»M, fe mr 5 Bt§£ 5i- 1 We AH Wondefr. Tiittls Clarence (after thinking deep­ ly)—Pa Mr. Callipers (resignedly)—Well, my so Little Clarence—Pa, why is it tlilit nobody but highly respectable citizens of undoubted credibility and unassail­ able veracity ever see air-ships and falling meteor®, and strange sights of that kind?—Puck. Agent—Here is a book, sir, every gen­ tleman ought to "have: "Hints on Architecture/' Mr. Smallpure—I have no use for it.' Agent—But it teaohes you how to build a beautiful villa, a regular little palace, for only $5,000. Mr. Smallpurse—I haven't $5,000- I haven't over $5 to my name. Agent—Well, the book is only $1— New York Weekly. A Is essential for health and physical strength. Appetite Whtn^fe bI°,od On a red hot 18 "fr*"" weak, thin and impure the appetite fails. Hood's Sarsaparilla is a wonderful medicine for creating r.n ap­ petite. It purifies and enriches the blood, tones the Stomach, gives strength to the nerves and health to the whole system. It i...

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 July 1897

Sits •m mm vJFZ EJISS ASTRAY. WO men were sit­ ting at a table in a quiet corner of the cafe of one of the uptown fashionable hotels of New York one evening last winter. From time to time one, or the other took.-iUp the glass standing be­ fore him, examined with gratuitous minuteness, sippetj & few drops of its contents, and set it back on. the table. Nothing was said by either beyond some commonplace remark about the weather or a guest at another table. Both were waiting for something—one to tell a story, the other to listen to it. But the first could if not apparently force himself into a mood for confidence, and the second coiild not force a confidence not freely given. Supposing them to be unmarried, a stranjg'er would say that there would be little to choose between them in the eyes of the other sex, since one was -.quite as attraptive as the other, and both would pass for fine-looking. 'v Finally tj^one who was to tell the story interrupted "the exchange of trivial remarks...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 17 July 1897

I \. Jffc A KISS ASTRAf, J* WO men were sit­ ting at a table in a quiet corner of the cafe of one of the uptown fashionable hotels of New York one evening last winter. From time to. time one, or the other took: up the glass standing be fore him, examined jlr'ift? wltti gratuitous minuteness, sipped few drops of its contents, and set it back on the table. Nothing was said by either beyond some commonplace remark about the weather or a guest at another table. Both were waiting for something—one to tell a story, the other to listen to it. But the first could not apparently force himself into a mood for confidence, and the second could not force a confidence not freely given. Supposing them to be unmarried,- a stranger would say that there would be little to choose between them in the eyes of the other sex, since one was -quite as attraptive as the other, and V,' both would .pass for fine-looking. ij Finally the^.one who was to tell the story interrupted the exchange of trivial remarks ...

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 July 1897

THE OOOK OOtJHTT HBBAIaD. Orneub PARI or COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, |1.00 a Year in Advance. GftlHD MAB418. MINN.. JULY 17.1897 BeedaaftDespot. A dtopdteh bom Washington under datoef Um ftth tart, aays: Tom Seed's oppooittoa to the stragKlinir Oubana and IW eoartitntional prerogative of majori­ ty rale was demonstrated yesterday. Mr. lieMUlsa had risen to a parlia meatarjinquirjr* "Stats it,** drawled Beed, •^Thb Is the legislative day of Monday last, when we took a reoess today," be­ gan McMillan. *Itls,"saidBeed. "Monday la tbs snspension of the roles 4ij,*firom McMillan. "Yes,'* from Reed "Then, Mr. 8peakert I move to sus­ pend the roles and pass the Cuban reeo taUaa,* Bded'a head tnrned slowly on its pivot till his eyes fell on Dinglsy. "The gentleman from Maine is leeogw taicsd." Dingley was leaning baok in his chair, his eyes on the eeilinff, paying no attention to anything that anybody said. He didn't hear the speaker, who, with a louder voioe and...

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 July 1897

*•. 15 .. J* ,} %%, I 1' OF LOOAJUINCTRB8T.i Mm. J. E. MaylMwia quite ill. John Matheion went to Dnlnthon the Kautilas Monday night. HAM Gilberteon returned from Da lath Wednesday evening. Jaa. Morrison retnrned Portage Tneeday evening. returned on the Nautilus Monday eve­ ning from Duluth. Miss Florence Jacques has returned to her home in Duluth alter a visit with the Misses Mayhew. Michael Balph of Duluth passed through town on the Dixon Wednesday evening on his way to Canada. Mrs. O. A. Fullerton took the round trip to Port Arthur and Isle Boyle on .the Dixon theflrst part of the week. 8. P. Howenstine passed through tqwn on the Dixon yesterday morning on ids way home from the Canadian gold Adds. The tug,Fashion, arrived here last eve­ ning from Ashland with asoow which is being loaded with gravel in the East bay to»day. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Stearns of Du­ luth who had been at the hotel for sev­ eral days left on the Dixon last Sunday evening. Postmaster Maawayosh of Grand Por­ ta...

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. — 17 July 1897

1 «SFfi I 5*1 $v«: -„, ?8fc sift* ii|£V, iT -7t» -J 5 «C 1 ^sii^ar Roses In the Garden. Hoses, to succeed the best, should be planted out in the open, never under dhe shade of trees or in any place where the roots of trees can reacli :hem to monopolize any of their food Sr.ses are gross livers, and require a arge amount of good food- According­ ly, they do better placed where nothing -jpiJl have a chance to encroach upon Jheir rights. When one has a chance to prepare a ^ed for them just as it should be, the better way is to remove the upper soil iind dig out the subsoil to the depth of wo feet. Take a pict and mellow up •what is possible at the bottom of the ait then fill in with a mixture of good i-il and old, thoroughly-rotted manure- Kieee beds may be made of any de­ sired size or shape, and should always provided with good drainage, as -roses will never endure having to stand TO water. They like water, a goodly .inantity, when it can be administered according to their farcy- Bat...

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 July 1897

A HOBO REUNION. IM, this Is Van Raymond. He's been playing in high luck, but he's struck a snag, and I've asked him to go with us." "Well, you need­ n't we don't want any greenhorns along. You are bad enough. We'd look well traveling with a dude, we would." "Oh, he has some cash and can get a different outfit. Can't you, Ray­ mond?" "Certainly. How do you wish me to •dress?" "Oh," interposed Jim, "if you have the stuff, you're welcome. We'll fix you out in no time. What do you want?" "I'll have to leave that to you. I have never been a tramp before." "See here, my 'Christian friend, for the-good of your health let me tell you not to say 'tramp' to one of our fra­ ternity. A tramp is a man who never works and who walks from town to town. We are hoboes. We beat our way on trains—passengers when we -can, freight when we can't do better. A hobo works when he can, but when -out 'of work uses his wits to get him elsewhere. See?" "Yes, but I never heard the distinc­ tion made before. Are w...

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 July 1897

Wfcfc*tt ?$£: flP«JHJ CQO£ GOtfNTY HBBALP, OpFjicw^ FAP^P .OFCOOK COUNTY. CH^IS MURPHY, EUtQF ftpd Pfopietor. Term*. $1.00 Year to A4ya»ce. GBA.NP JJARAJ6, MINN., JULY 84. 1897 "Qenepou# Reeofmltlon" of Veterans, "Tfes following correspondence which explains iteelf appeared recently the St. Glond Tim#?: £OJM£ADE MoKINLEY TO COM- R4PE MACDONAIID, Executive Mansion. •Wflsbington, P. 0, July 1, 1897, 3£r. Colon F, Macdo»ald, St, Clon0, Minn. Sir You are hereby removed from the offiioe of receiver of publio moneys at $t.. Cloud, Minn., to take effect npon the appointment and qualification of your eaccessor, Etespectfally, WILLIAM McKINLEY. Through the Commissioner of the Gen­ eral Jjand Office. COMRADE MACDONALD TO COM EAOE IVIcKINLEY. U. S. Land Office, Bt.Cloud, Minn., July 12,1897. To the President Sir and Comrade have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of JuJy 1, notifying me of my removal from the office of receiver of public moneys at $bis place. As all my account...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 24 July 1897

& 4 OF LOdAii INTBREST. Ed. Johnson of Lutsen was in town this week. Dan %illane returned from Duluth Sunday evening. G. L. Peterson of Lutsen was in town *i few days this Week. Geo. H. Durfee returned last evening Irom a trip to Dalath. Louis Engelson came down from Carl­ son Peak Sunday evening. Mrs. O. Berglmnd went to Duluth on the Dixon Tuesday morning, Treasurer Johnson made a flying trip ito Duluth the first of the week. The oounty board of equalization has tbeen in session every day this week. Ye editor and family enjoyed a very ^pleasant, visit in Hovlnnd Thursday. "Wm. Larken came down from I^utsen Sunday evening to spend a few days in itown. Miss Game Brunes of Hoveland re­ turned home from Duluth Sunday ^evening. Two very pleasent dancing parties were "given on the west side of the bay -this week. Mrs. J. Nelson and children left on the Dixon Tuesday morning for their home 3D Manistee, Mich. Ed. Smith's fishing tug, Eviston, was (burned to the water's edge last Tuesd...

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 July 1897

§B: ,« 5),,_ SffiV .^SC*##"*'* FROM LOWELL, MASS. The Home of Hood's Sarsaparilla— A Wonderful Cure. A spelling as big as a large marble came under my tongue. Physicians said it was a semi-transparent tumor and must be -operated upon. I felt I could not stand it, and as spring came began to take my lavorite spring tonic, Hood's Sarsaparilla. The bunch gradually decreased and finally 'disappeared. I have had no sign of its re­ turn. I am glad to praise Hood's Sarsapa­ rilla." Mrs. H. M. Cobubn, 8 Union St., Lowell, Mass. Get HOOD'S. Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache. 25c. Queen Punishes lies Majeste. "I was being shown oyer the royal •yacht at Portsmouth by an admiral, and he explained th evarious points of interest. At last we came to the queen's cabin. "Here," said he, "is where the queen found a middy trying on her bonnet at the lookin gglass, and she gave him a box on the ears, which resounded right away to -the quarter­ deck-" "Well," I said, "that was better than ruining his care...

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. — 31 July 1897

T: VOLUME VI. t® From the New York Journal. A' fi 1 The Moon Is Now 200 & Miles from the Earth, The great" Yerkes telescope has now brought the moon within a distance of 200 miles of the earth. That is, looked at through the enormous Yerkes tele­ scope, the biggest on earth and just comifleted, the moon looks exactly as it would if it were seen with the naked eye at a distance of 200 miles. This means that if' you stood on the tower of Madison Square garden and lobked at the moon at about Washing­ ton, you •ftrould see it as it appeared a few nights ago to President Harper, of Chicago University, when he pro­ claimed the Yerkes telescope ready for business by taking the first look through it. Previously the Lick tele­ scope in California had been the larg­ est in the world. Now the Lick rhas been entirely eclipsed by the new Yerkes telescope. The latter takes in 25- per cent more light than any instrument ever before ijsed, and it brings all the planets near­ er- t© the earth an...

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. — 31 July 1897

vm TBS cods doUNTY HiRALD. OrftciAt PXpe or coot comm. CHRIS MtfftP&V, Editor bud tfropietor Terms, |1 00 a Year in Advance. QKAND MARA IS, MINN- JULY SI. 1897 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. —Mexico has but 1,060 Germans. -Russia** population has increased nearly 1,000,000 a year for 100 years. —Austria has 24 political parties rep­ resented. in the lower house of the reiehsrath. —A Farming-ton (Me.) man 92 years old took a friend 84 years old out rid* i»g the other day behind a horse 34 years old. —A Frenchman politely passed tooth* picks to a Turk at a banquet in Porta, -who declined, saying:: "No, thank you! 1 have already eaten two of the accursed things, and I want no more!" —With a piece of string' and a little sand and grease, some Hindoo convicts recently sawed through an iron bar two inches in diameter in five hours and escaped from jail, according to the Pioneer Mail. —Under the terma of the new char­ ter the mayor of the Greater New York must, before January 20, 1898, appoint s...

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. — 31 July 1897

mho* M. Johnson returned from Dulath Sunday evening. Commissioner Jackson left for hocca Tuesday morning. as. A. Tucker left for Dulath on the Dixon last evenibg^ CapL Marks is enjoying a vacationhere in company witEW. H. Wise. Mra J. J. Hussy returned Sunday ev \ening from a visit in ))aluth. Len and Wib Tanks were in town a few days the first of the week. Peter Gagnon, of Grand Portage, went to Dnlnth on the Dixon Thursday. Olaus Jaoobeon, of Hovland, returned home from Duluth Sunday evening. A very pleasant dancing party was given on the West side Monday evening. Mrs. O. Berglund and daughter, Miss Alma, returned last evening from Duluth. George Free passed through town on the Diton Thursday on his way to Du­ luth. Mrs, C. S. Durfee returned Sunday evening from a visit with friends in Du­ luth* The Isle Royale Copper Go. resumed micinfr operations on the island last week. Wm. Larkin returned home to Lutssn Tuesday morning after a week's visit in town. Miss Emily Carhart has b4en ...

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. — 31 July 1897

ft| 'ff fr SK-. 267 Pounds of Dog, Nero, a dog owned by Wayne Bailey of Rutland, is said to be the largest ca­ nine in the world. He tips the scales at 267 pounds. Nero is a handsome half-German and half-English mastiff, fawn-brindle in color, his huge head being of a trifle darker shade. He is as agile and lively as a cat. He makes a splendid watchdog, but is a kind and affectionate animal. Mr. Bailey got him at West Rutland when he was six months old. He is now four years old. At the time of his purchase Nero weighed H2 pounds. He stands up "from the ground thirty-five inches and glrts fifty inches. The dog's neck is unusually large, measuring thirty inch­ es, and from tip to tip he measures six feet five and one-half iuches.—Vermont Phoenix. Educate Yotir Bowels with Cnscarets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever, •10c. If C. C. C. fail druggists refund money. Novel Experiment. A novel, and what promises to be a /notable experiment, is being tried in Sheffield, England. Ch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 7 August 1897

'1 :-V ^BELLA'S ATONEMENT. :ih A- By Anna Shield^. WO figures stood under the shade of a huge] tree in a lit­ tle garc|£n, one strong, erect, defl ant .'|®bi^P other drooping, timid and pleading. It' was a repetition of the old. old ,story of true/ .lovers torn asunder by a cruel sVv" "4'' A'** fate, a parting and vows of constancy \i -.and faithful love. Pil% The man» Rodney Kirke, was a fine V% "^looking young fellow of twenty-eight, ^ad been from infancy the ward sand darling of his uncle, James Kirke, Relieving himself always to be the cer fl| that gentleman and ever his dutiful nephew from true, earnest Aj love and gratitude. His life had been -a shadowed one, having little bright \fK 'f', iiess,, for his uncle for thirty years had leen an invalid—sometimes well enough to move about in his own ex- fc 1 -J: tensive grounds, but often, for months together, confined to his room anci bed, 'suffering intensely. When Rodney left school and, would *l*ave studied a profession or entere...

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. — 7 August 1897

siSi ii rf*,, sp i, .0! THS COOK COUNTY HERALD. Ofmcjal Papei of Cook Cotjnty. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propletor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS, MINN., AUG.- 7.1897. MOVING A BRM3K CHIMNEY, ^Earrloil Nearly a. Thoasand Feet Over Uneven Ground. ^TJie moving of an ordinary brick ••building- Has alway$t, been consid ,^red a feat of more than passing inters £st, but the transportation of a brick jchjitone^r without accident or damage, .over a considerable stretch of uneven ground, was recently accomplished at Slanhanset, Shelter Island,Suffolk coun­ ty, N. Y. The chimney, says the Scientific American, is 85 feet high and seven feet square at-the base, with outer and in­ ner walls eight inches thick and weighs nearly 100 tons. It was moved about 4)50 feet over very rough ground and fluite a grade, both up and down. The .cradle rested on two skids greased on the under side and sliding on greased blocks. The purchase used was a grain .capstan, and one horse at 180 fold, and...

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. — 7 August 1897

'-f-V faSgs $•&.. W isi OF LOCAL INTEftfiST. Au$tQj^Fi8hex went Duluth Thurs­ day. Chris. Johnson visited Duluth last week. Dr. Maybew left for St. Paul Tuesday morning. Jas. A, Tucker returned from Duluth Wednesday evening." .Mi Register Carhart made a flying trip to Buluththe first of the week. ^W^' sV J. E. Mayhew came home Sunday and returned to Duluth Tuesday morning, •ov. Peter.Gagnon, of Grand Portage, re turned home from Duluth Sunday even ing. Mrs. Ed. Benson came down from Du luth last week to spend a couple of weeks "with friends here. Mrvand Mrs. Schofield, of Duluth, are enjoying camp life on the lake shore, at the mouth of Devil's Track river. Guyler Adams, of Duluth, passed through town on the Dixon Wednesday evening on his way to Rat Portage. Miss Emily and Master Joseph Car hart, who have been visiting with their brother, left for their home in Minneapo­ lis Tuesday morning. Capt. Frank Hibbing, after whom the village of Hibbing was named, and a prominent mine o...

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. — 7 August 1897

Nervous till It 'jif* Weak Tired# Thousands are in this condition. They are despondent and gloomy, cannot ,«leep, have no appetite, no energy, no ambition. Hood'a Sarsa par ilia soon brings help to such people. It gives them spore, •^ijfrich blood, cures nervousness, creates an appetite, tones and strengthens the stomach and imparts new life and in creased vigor to all the organs of the body. vivwvu Agv* uv nu iuo vigA Sarsa parilla Hood's Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $1. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. 25 cents. A Critical Moment. Arctic, Explorer (recounting advent­ ures of his last expedition)—We cer ..tainly could h*ve reached the pole had not our dogs given out at a critical mo went. Fair Listener (breathlessly)—Why, I thought that the Eskimo dogs were perfectly tireless*creatures! Arctic Explorer (gloomily)—I—er— ?peak in a culinary sense, miss.—Puck. Sound Reasons for Approval. .. There are several cogent reasons why the medical profession recommend and th...

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. — 14 August 1897

I: & 1 'fkiS'. /i tvi 4 VOLUME VI. °"-L Ingalls, O-Ma.., correspondence to the New York World: The Western "bad" man is passing away. The desperado bdds fair'tffl become an extinct species. The ©rack the six-shooter is no longer heard in the land, but instead, In the quiet and peaceful twilight, vis­ itors to this once wickedest town in the wickedest region of the union hear Moody and Ssnkey's songs sung by men who were such expert rifle shots that they could pick a fly off a cow­ boy's hat a distance of two squares •witb^nmerring certainty. Ttre tact of the matter is Ingalls and the adjacent towns are at this moment enjoying.a^much-jieeded revival of re­ ligion. Cowboys and "bad" men no longer' "go on the scout," but instead attend revivals, prayer meetings and Sunday school picnics.. There is not a saloon open-in Ingalls, y-st only re sntly' more whisky was drunk here in prpportioDf to the population than .anywhere else. Nor is there any de­ sire on. the part of ^he people- to...

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