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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 December 1897

"i "t, SCIENTIFIC TOPICS. CURRENT NOTES OF DlSCOV "p- JBBY AND INVENTION. 'lThe -Self-Tacking Yacht One of the Latest Novelties—The Spirit Collar— •One of the Features of a Spiritualistic Cabinet Described. The Power of OIL ID It ever strike you how remark­ able is the5 effect of even a minute quantity of oil on machinery? Take the case of a watch for instance, A touch of oil on a little piece of steel applied to the bal­ ance wheel is suf­ ficient to keep it going thor­ oughly foi^ a year or more. Every minute the balance-wheel of an ordinary watch turns on its axis no fewer than 450- times. This means 27,000 revolutions in an hour. It-there fore makes 648,000 in a day, and multi­ plying this by 365 for a year we have a grand total of 236,520,000 revolutions in the coarse of a twelve months. This is something little short of marvelous. Compare it, however* with the condi­ tions which are necessary in another ^highly complicated piece of machinery ,—the driving wheel of a locomotive...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 December 1897

'^HE COOK COUNTY HERALD. W'• -t— ""OPFICIAI, PAPEE OF toon CODNTTfi^lll .r t,£HRIS MU5PHV, Editor and PropietoK Terms, $1.00 a Year in Adyauce. GRAND MAKAIS. MINN., DEC. 11.1807. Hi. unurruu mo rift. LOB* the Naturally Canned Him Some Annoyance. I One afternoon Jast summer I wag islanding on the great suspension bridge just ..below Niagara falls look? ing at the great cataract and admiring the wonderful colors of the green and blue river 200 feet below. Several work­ men were engaged in painting the bridge, and I became interested in their operations. It required no little en­ gineering skill to rig up ax apparatus by which to enable a painter to traverse the giant guy rope cables which radiate from the center of the bridge, fan shape, toward either end of the'struc­ ture, A painter's platform four feet square was suspended from one of these cables by a trolley arrangement, a grooved wheel running on the cable. By means of ft rope attached to this wheel a man on the bridge could dra...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 December 1897

£$:{'* OF iiOOAi. INTEREST. A. W. Peterson ot Lutsen was in town this week, Emil Ellioson of Hovland was in town last evening. W. P. McDonald of Dulnth passed through town yesterday on his way home from Pigeon river. John Jacobson of Hovland was in town Thursday evening getting medicine from Dr. Mayhew for his brother, Olaus, who waB quite ill. Patents for Cook county lands have 'baen received at the Duluth land office lor the following persons: Frederick Bakke, Daniel Spillane, Perry D. Martin and John 0. Kelly. A very pleasant dancing party was given in the Howenstine house, on the West side, last Saturday evening. An­ other enjoyable event of the same kind was given at the same place last evening. Treasurer Johnson is having his Broadway residence enlarged and re­ modeled and will move into it as soon as it is vacated by County Attorney Titus and family who expect to have their new residence ready for accupancy soon. Commissioners Jackson of Hovland and Engelson of Carlton Peak w...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 11 December 1897

:«--TARM:iAND GAEDEN MATTERS OF AGRICULTURISTS. INTEREST TO fSam «Tp-to-Date Hints About Cultiva­ te* of the Soil and Yields Thereof— Horticulture, Viticulture and Flori enltoM. Burning Over,Old Strawberry Beds. NOTICE In your Issue of July Mr. Brinkley's inquiry in relation to the burning off of old strawberry beds, writes J, H. Hale in Strawberry Cul turist. I am not much o£ a believer in old strawberry beds, still I know that under certain conditions they are fairly profitable, for on old beds the fruit ripens a week or so earlier than "the same varieties in new beds. In years past I had a considerable experi *-ence in burning over old. beds, but it »has nearly always been within two or three weeks after the fruiting season, "when I have a mowing machine go over and cut down berry plants, weeds, -grass, and everything quite close to »the ground and then in a few days af ter all were thoroughly dried and there Twas a good fair wind blowing I have started fires on the windward side...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 December 1897

7 v. I SV^ TALMAGE'S' SERMON. "''LIKE THE STARS/' LAST SUN­ DAY'S SUBJECT. JProm :the Text, Daniel xli, 3: "They That Tarn Many to Righteous­ ness Shall Shine yg the Stars Forever, .and Ever." -V W ,v VERY man has a thousand roots and a a branches. His roots a through',, all the earth his branches spread through all the heavens. He speaks with voice, with -eye, "with hand, with foot. His silence often is loud as thunder, -and his life is a dirge or a doxology. "There is no such thing as negative in­ fluence. We are all positive, in the .place we occupy, making the world better or making it worse, on the lord's side or on the devil's, making up reasons for our blessedness or ban­ ishment and \^e have already done work in peopling heaven or hell. I hear people tell of what they are going to do. A man who has burned down a city might as well talk of some evil that he expects to do, or aman who has saved an empire might as well talk of some good that he expects to dp. By the force of _y...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 18 December 1897

SI Is! THE COOK COUNTY HERALD, £'':i.K-ur£ *. OFFICIAL PAPEI, OF COOK COUNTY, I -L *I '."' i? CHRIS MURPHY,Editor f^r^d PropietOr. Terms, $1.00 a Year in A,dvance. GRAND J^AJSAIS, MINN.. DEC. 18.1897. A TRIFLE CAUTIOUS. ?T© City Man Could Get Ahead of Him, A typical farme? froirii "the interior, who had evidently came to the city to spend soi®e y£ the proceeds of one dol­ lar wheat, walked cauitiously into one of the better-class hotels, says the De­ troit Free Press. On© of the bell boys paw himi weighted' down'with a satchel (and coat and utotbrella and, as was Ms ,custom, diarted totw&rdi the door to take the visitor's burdens eund'pilot him' to the clerk's dlesk. He reached down to grasp the satchel. Quick as ia flasth. the old man's right arm. shot out with his umbrella and juat as Mr. Bell Boy took hold! of the satchel the umbrella came down on his back with a whack* '"Take that, young fellow!" remariked the visitor. "You caa't grab things away from me. I've heerd uv how y...

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. — 18 December 1897

*i\ •4, fn $ A 4 I m. OF LOOA1. INTEREST. Noel Hamline was down from Lassen Friday. ~'?-s£rr,4 :".. August Hokansoiti j&id L. Ltmdme of Lutsen, were in town this week. The Grand Marais school and the two sohools on Maple hill closed yesterday for the holiday vacation. The latest fad in Grand Marais is the winter cholera. If you haven't got it you're not in the fashion. JBernt Jacobson was up from Hovland last Sunday evening to get medicine for his father who was very ill. Commissioners Qlson and Jackson returned Tuesday from Lutsen where they went to inspect the Poplar river bridge. H. E. Smith, the West Duluth banker, has purchased the Palladio building, located on one of the best corners in the city of Duluth, for $150,000. At the adjourned meeting of the coun­ ty board held Tuesday afternoon the work of Bokanson & Lundine, the .con­ tractors, on the Poplar river bridge was accepted and their bills allowed. Adolph "L. Luetgert, who is now in court for his second trial 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. — 18 December 1897

&$* ^,il-»*"*• /3.!i. I--: m: I M** i*V &*?:• OLD BUCKS BOGEKS. fffS 11——MHN-. By Thomas P. Montfort.^v l''':\-\ the cattlemen grazed their great herds on the millions of ateres of public lands -and amassed quick fortunes from the ?free government pasturage. In those days the cowboys rode the ..plains free and unrestrained, disregard­ ing all law, and governed in their con­ duct by nothing except their desires. They were wild, impulsive creatures, -overflowing -with the spirit of liberty •Which they caught from the boundless Iprairie and breathed in with the pure, exhilarating air that intoxicated the blood with life, vigor and strength. Of all the cowboys on the plains of ^Kansas at that time, old Buck Rogers 'was, perhaps, the most impulsive and ^reckless. He had for years lived a •'ranch life, and had "chased steers" in *every part of the cattle range from the Tiver Rio Grande to the Platte. Be­ sides, he had fought Indians and Mexi •«an greasers, and had helped Buffalo S...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 December 1897

VOLUME VI. t'Oil WOMAN AND HOME STEMS OF INTEREST TO MAIDS AND MATRONS. tome Notes of the Prevailing Types In Dress—How Underwear Should Be Worn—Tendency to Show Off the Vifar^ She Loves, but "Ti» Not Me.' HE loves, but *t is not me she loves ladin Not me on whom fghe ponders, when," In... some dream of tender ness, Her truant fancy wanders. The forms that flit is through Are like the shapes of old, Where tales of prince and pa­ On tapestry are told. Alan may not hopc^her heart to win, Be his of common mould. 33ut I—though spurs are won no more Where herald's trump Is pealing, ."Nor thrones carved outfor lady fair Where steePciad* ranks are wheeling I loose the falcon of my hopes Upon as proud a flight •As these who liawb'd at high renown, In song-ennobled fight. If 'iaringy then, true love may crown, Sly love she must requite. Smart Tea Gowns. seems ,a pity that so 'charming a lent as the ,• tea gown should not jrn tof a greater .extent, but the: tj»ille effect which is essential t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 December 1897

s- 'V •f' 1:.. ,/V Ill 1?HB COOK COUNTY HERALD. I/?!'*'rv"." .I' OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNTY. C8&IS MUItPHX.Editor and Propietor. Terms. tLOO a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINK.. DEC. 35.18971 FIRST WOMEN TO CROSS. BrliM ofTvro MiBMlonnries Made the Trip Before Fremont. In the Xadie#' Home' Journal George Ludington. Weed writes of "When Dr. Whitman Added Three Stars to Otir Flag." and shows' conclusively that a party of five people, including two wom­ en, crossed the Eocky mountains at South pass in 1836, six years prior to Fremont's crossing. Concerning this interesting historical incident Mr. Weed writes: "The first wedding tour across the continent was in 1836. There were twf couples, Marcus Whitman, M. D„ and Bev. H. H. Spaulding and their brides. They made the journey of 3,500 miles, occupying seven months, in a wagon, the first to cross the continent. Dr. Whitman, having visited the region before, was guide to the new home in Qregon. He was the first to make known its...

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. — 25 December 1897

I OF LtOCAl* INTEREST. County Attorney'Titua and family moved into their new home Tuesday. Treasurer Johnson has moved into his house -on Broadway, recently vacated by Mr. Titus and family. Treasurer Johnson left Thursday for Duluth. From there he wilf go to Man­ istee, Miob.,before returning. Ole Goaderaon, of Hovland, had the misfortune to put off his left thumb with an axe Thursday. He arrived here that evening tmd had the wound dressed by Dr. Mayhew. The Frazee Park Region reached us this week in a new dress and with the ttaftie of A. DeLacy Wood again at the &flisthead. The Judge- is getting out a very neat and new# paper, which is ap­ preciated by the business men of Frazee, judging from the patronage ft is seceiv itg. ,t A decision has been rendered by Secre­ tary Bliss of the interior, department in the case of Albert F. Graetz vs. Can­ non and Holmes, transferee of 0. W. Seely, involving lots, 5, 7, 8 and 9, in Motion 6,643w. Seely was a pre-emp­ tion claimant and Graet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 25 December 1897

ABOUT YOUNG WIVES. HE city life of /homeless young ^married ^people is "3a very doleful sub­ ject to write on. They have good, though moderate .incomes, they are «lever, in excellent •health, active, en­ ergetic young men and women, and JTet they have elected to live in board­ ing houses and hotels. Elevators car *y them to upper stories of huge car­ avansaries, where they take possession •of a bedroom, a parlor and a dressing Toom. Here they add to the rich but unmistakably hotel furniture the pret­ ty trifles, easily transported, which were among their wedding presents, *nd they declare themselves content. They partake of meals, ordered from Song bi is of fare, cooked by foreign­ ers, always rich and indigestible and often of doubtful origin, and sit at lit­ tle tables observing and being ob­ served with that long, critical stare which is learned only in such surround­ ings. The wife has no duties nothing in their lives exercises her Skill, her brain power or her ingenuity. Her •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. — 1 January 1898

1 if A A J* Jt VOtUME tl. "V' ®§M •Nt $- ?&£WHO MAKETH ALL." ItiU •••'..•11 I HE scholar sat in hisstudybefqre his writing table, hut he did not write. He leant, his elbow on the fable, and his head on his hand, -jHv--r-r-vs-r:i, arid he was thlnk Vffw,:= ...... *1ing -of- Phjrllis far away in Ral Pindi 'with* Tief' husband, '••i r—c The table was piled. With books—several stood open inyit-_ ingly—and a fair white sheqt oi paper lay on his blotting-pad—bat he did not write. _,_v, ,, Jfrtj. f- '^v Presently Jakes opened the door and «aid: "There's a young woman,' sir, asking to 'see 'you shall I. say you're engaged?" "A .young woman,. Jakes?".queried the scholar. '"What/sortr of a young woman, and from whence?" "Well, sir," and Jakes closed the door behind him, "I"do think she's-from the •circus as is on the village green." "From the circus!" repeated 'the scholar. "What can .she want?"1 "She won't give no name nor yet no message, sir. Shail I say that you're •engaged, sir?" Jake...

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 January 1898

THE QOOK COUNTY HBRALD. Official Pafkx or Cook Cooirrr CHBIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. 5k $ a Year in Advance. GRAND UARAI8. MINN,. JAN. 1.1809. MOONSHINERS IN COURT, G««WU tfmOme Hm Seren Weeks of Moomliliie Docket at 32 Men a Day. Nearly J.,000 moonshiners will have been tried during1 this term of t(hie Uniited States' court when Judge New man finishes with the criminal docket of the present sitting, reports the At­ lanta Constitution, This is a record 'that proves beyond all possible doubt that ithe moonshine business is not dead in Georgia by a long ways. The old bands of whitecappers and the des­ perate gangs of- outlaw- moonshiners who once ruled north' Georgia have been wiped out, but the festive moon­ shiner atil^ plies his occupation in the wilds of the Georgia mountains. For day# Judge Newman ihas been trying moonshiners at the rate of £2 a day. This will continue for five weeks' longer before the moonshine docket is fin­ ished, The aggregated sentences of the moonshin...

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 January 1898

(. 1 1/ I t- OF LOOAli INTEREST. j/ ilA. fcappy New lenr to.yon. ,jO. H. Garhart visited in Hoylaod a tew yy+9* this week. V- I^i:nmiS8ioEer Olson and Hans Gilbert- son leftover the trail for Dilluth ting week^ A party of seven Hovlaodites arrived last ^evening to^pend News. Year's with ftieods in town. Louis Engetara, Hedley Eedmeyer and John and Andrew Tofte, of Carl too Peak, are spending the holidays in Grand Ma jraw. Dr. Mayhew isthe busiest man in town these days there being an extraordinary amount of sickness in Grand Marais and vioi&ity* A movement has been inaugurated to erect a monument in Duluth to the mem. ory of Bev. Dr. Salter. The Evening Herald, of that city, has started a fund for that purpose. Thomas Bailey died of septic peritoni­ tis at St. Mary's hospital, Duluth, on the 18th inst., at the age of 28 years. Mr. Bailey was taken ill about two months ago, while residing on his homestead knear here, and was taken to Dnluth and laoed in a hospital where he has 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. — 1 January 1898

«rica leontalns a greater number titled people of various grades of nobility Identity in our genuinely cosmopolitan Population. A bright American wom an has just commenced a remarkable •suit based upon a relationship of this .nature which seems to establish the fact that "she is the present rightful Queen of Sweden. This remarkable claimant is Miss Louise White, whose famiJy Tiowever, none the less interesting on this account, and if it i's not recognized at the present time it is not unlikely to bear important fruit later in the his­ tory of the country. The plucky little American woman is fighting her battle alone. During a two year's trip abroad she has traveled without any companion and, except for the lawyers and counsel she had em­ ployed from time to time, she has de­ pended entirely upon her own resources. Miss White is both young and attractive.. Her broth­ ers in this country are en­ gaged in the piano manufac­ turing business. The family is wealthy and Miss White has had ...

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. — 8 January 1898

MM &?& •m *Tr, 'Mr 7* 7 1 ,1,: mm. VOtllME VI. DAIRY AND POULTRY. -i CHAPTERS FOR ^INTERESTING OUR RURAL READERS i, $}*' *How Successful Farmers Operate This En Department of the Farnfii—A Few Hints as to the Care of Live Stock and Ponltzy. 15 Ji -ivr 5^-.' U:-r 1\: •vvajV^.i Experiments .In Artificial .Hatching. ,w*f IS "only recently that operators*- of in at or a come to fully real­ ize the' great Inferred that the gradual heat of the eggs was as essential as the process of cooling. Twenty-five eggs which had been laid on very warm days were 'placed in an incubatpr and exposed to the air, as in the preceding case. The I emperature was such that the eggs 7ere warmed up to 104 dejgrees in two |r three hours. This temperature was xintained. until the brood hatched iae chickens pierced the shell, but they eggs upon which a fowl is sitting are not all of the same temperature, those upon the outside being cooler than those that lie inside." Onions for Poultry Food. There is no ...

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. — 8 January 1898

TBS COOK BOUNTY menAi.n OWICIAI Pifti or Coos CotjttT. i, CHRIS IfOftPHY. Editor and Propletor Terms. |1.00aY«ar InAdvance. £$ Q*AMD MA&A18. MINK.. JIN. 8,1890. SCIENCE AND INDU8TWY. —The loftieai active volcano is Goto* paadL It is 18,880high and it* last great eruption wasin,1855.V' —Taking Dr.. Elkins' measurement of distance the star Arcturus exceeds the sun in actual brightness5,000 times. —Sir Bobert Ball, the astronomer, saya that tor communication with the inhabitant* of Mars we would need a fl*g 9* large a* Ireland, and a pole 500 miles long. —A physician, who has given much thought to the subject, say* that so long as the cyclist can breathe with the mouth shut he is reasonably safe from heart strain. —In 1877 Falcon island, in the Friend* ly group, began as a smoking shoal tea years later it was a volcanic island about 300 feet highi and over 1% miles long now it is disappearing* -,r —The largest tree in America, and perhaps in the world, is the ^Father of tbe Forest,...

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. — 8 January 1898

mk llr OF LOOAJL INTBRSBT. £r. May!*** WM The W under the wsstber lfipr*,ter^.' .: I®":'c Mw.Ju J.8obtiftDd fe|§ffiKso«i the nok list. 3^-. :. *••. A. Tucker lett4 liw tin tail for Dninth Wednesday Afternoon. ?jf H. E. Bedmoyer, ofCroM river, and L. ^^hliundine, ot irataen, left for home Wed- Anditor Fisher received the sad intel- v|^|Hjwoe of the death of his mother, in 0 Massaohnaetts, this week. .. A vary enjoyable New Years dancing JMvty was given in the Howenatiue build­ ing }&st Saturday evenioc.. 1 John and Andrew Tofte left for their home at Oarlton Beak Snnday after •pending the holidays with friends in town. Miss Clara Mnrphy has been quite ill the past week in conseqnence of whMb her school has been closed awaiting her Mcovery. C. H. Carhart, the newly appointed coroner, went np to view the remains of Peter Olson who was accidentally killed on Wednesday of last week It Ah not likely that an ia quest will be deemed necessary. Rev. Father Specbt arrived here from Fort W...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 8 January 1898

l? S?f flCTENTLPlC POINTERS. i% llfei Aof iM&V' llF*" 5 Ife: MS® S^.lv OF DISCO'V- CURRENT NOTES ERY AND INVENTIONS "Ifrtai* Bottles Are Objects of Gretft V«ta* In tbe Efei ot tbe Natives—A Hewllaby Inouhatbr—-A Contrivance -Wt fanning the Feeble Spark ofT.ife. -ys PSft BotUea In Africa. .^-T,»' OMMON glass, bot­ tles are evidently acquisitions of con­ siderable value in the estimation of the natives of West Africa—at any rate judging from the careful and ingeni­ ous manner in which the accompa­ nying specimen has ireen protected and decorated. This is photograph of an ordinary pint hock bottle, which had probably been thrown away by some white men and eagerly pounced upon by a native, who fuid the whole countryside agreed with Wm) considered he had lighted upon a (teal treasure. The bottle was covered rln a very tasteful manner with hide and plaited strips of vari-colored cane, 'Hie latter being worked into a zig-zag .pattern In panels from top to bottom, sfcven the cork did no...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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