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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 15 January 1898

9 a sr *. VOLUME VI. pl- DAIRY AND POULTRY. 5*^ Ft* M! INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR "K' OUR RURAL READERS. Sow Successful Farmers Operate This Department of the Farm—A Few Hints as to the Care of Live Stock and Poultry. Beating a Good Cow. OHNSON and Ross were two general farmers that lived side by side. Each of them kept a cow, and each endeav­ ored, beside supply­ ing the-family with milk, to make some butter for sale. Johnson was one of the farmers that Liiis neighbors declared had been spoiled by reading books on agriculture and agricultural papers. He had got, as Ross expressed it, "high-ker-flutin ideas" on farming in general and the •cow in particular. One proof of this was in the action of Johnson when he .sold off all the cows he had and took the price and put it into a single cow •of great milk and butt,er-producing ••capacity. Ross said that!this was a piece of foolishness that could have come only from Johnson's continual reading of agricultural papers. Any­ way, every farme...

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. — 15 January 1898

^1X* jjgjs'f'" fronts perpend urn larly for 50» rpenchcu 0? o|J§§ ona of bees •1 lar side £{wMeb and tonsupt 4 2tneaJs. yo®e PliM go or 30 feet long, and from Jour to «5ix feetwide, They looked like a great lot of fihe Silk lace curtains hanging in ftome grand old hallway.- The humming of the bees sounded like the noise of manl" spindles, in a greiat factory. He |pj&P Jiad abunting kiiif with him and sliced It a P^ecfe the honey and ate it, a.nd jnsfe^ aboul? to slice otf more to lacing his companions on the1mountain ntoove. and, who were, waiting to pull him up, when, his attention /was drawn tp another diractiiQiu:' t, Qn ^ligtendng #i &.«• •ijosely he detected a hissing sound and 4ne unlike that madftby the bees.* Pres­ ently, from tlfe direction ^rom whence the sound proceeded ^.s&w at least 100 'Serpents poming toTi{arS their little beadlike eyes-shining in the-glare of thq torch he carried. To use aMpeet jphrase, he 4toreout,?' leaving his hunt- wmw him up lie bad ...

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. — 15 January 1898

CT'»3» i§| W© is^lilllli^^'j^llbnoanoe that .' ,we don't" N%1 sSentioaf ^ied Sunday and waa .^uried Monday afteroooD^,-^^^!""j jfc* Cap." I*'Sft^pi B^ scolleotor of custrtttaa torlGrand Portage I arrived here from l^uluthvith. the "mail ^barrier Tuesday^veninjr and left ^bpr^ g^ay^nbtojoK forXfraOd Por|8g^c f^^g- Rev. Fa%et .9peo^!3e^ thureday joaoroinf? forQunfliGt wberejbe witt take tfie train for Jfoi$\9iUiaip. He was accompanied to Gtuafliat by as. Morn eon, ^Tos. Carribo and PeterKadoooe. The action of the board, which means the needless expenditure during the jensuinflfyear of more then $10,00 of the county's funds has caused a .wave of in­ dignation to sweep oveFjthe city. Many .leading taxpayers are up in arms and are ready to b$ck Tue Sun in a fight for |S rights and for the rights of the tax f^vpayers^ of the county. The Sun has 'ffM already served a demand upon the bpard git to be desigrnated'as the official paper for ||Sv:, the publication* of the tax list, and should it...

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. — 15 January 1898

WtefW •It&f* ip9 5| f, site t~ ff^r. -. •-'L ,V Hi isLiti JUST IN TIME. Anna Sheilds. E had all been tell­ ing stories, as we sat in the moon­ light on the porch of the old home stead. It was but a summer. resort then left to the care of servants in the winter but r, we^ filled with our friends in the hot, ~3ry months. Stories of adventure, of personal disasters, of land, of sea, had •filled the evening but it was still too •early to retire, when Elsie, putting her .pretty golden head down on my shoul der. said: "Tell the story, father, of the day 3^ou were just in time." The only romance of my hum-drum life! I was willing enough and this "is the story: Ten years before, while I was still in business as a carriage "builder in the small town of Bolton, I Thad in my employ a young man named Hartley, who was more to me, having no son of my own, than merely one of the "hands." He was the son of John Hartley, who "was one of the meanest, close-fisted "men in the world, and thoroughly...

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. — 22 January 1898

"CHICAGO'S LIBRAJRY. BUILTvOF MARBLE AT A COST .OF $2,000,000. ft Is Not a Skyscraper—Artistic and Useful in Every Way, and It Will Last—-Centrally Located on the take front- OY reigns in Chi­ cago these days. Once moire that city has beaten nearly all of the other cities in the coun­ try. It possesses si library building that is considered to be, in many re­ spects, finer than any other in the world. It "was opened to the public for the first time last Monday. It took ten years to build Chicago's library, and the westerners feel sure that they will have that long in which to gloat over the "slow going" New Yorkers. Chicago's new library is the first really artistic building of permanence sfchat the city has ever owned. Archi­ tects who have seen it declare that it will rank with the finest public build­ ings in this or-any other country. It is better in some respects than the li braiy in Boston and, while not. so large or important as the*new one in Washington,Chicago folk point ou...

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. — 22 January 1898

TSE COOK COUNTY HBRAL.D OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNT?. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Fropietor Terms, 11.00 A Year }n Advance /. GRANJ MAEAI8. MINN.. JiN. 22. In giving tjie annexation treaty the right of way the Senate has~done well: in speedily of ,the treaty it will do better. In the Argentine Republic, where either ee* proposes at will, tbe flj&rjriejje-told able person who refuses a proposal is jsnbjeot to a fine, if the rejeoted tells. Congress would better be good be­ tween this and February 18, as a con­ gress of the newspaper women of the Aountry will meet in Washington on fchat date. Anti-civil sorvioe talk by Congressmen without /option will get their constituents no offices, and somebody may discover later on that such tal& also fails as a yote-getter. Perhaps it might be better in the long run for the commercial interests of this country if our Consular representatives jn all countries where blackballed by the social clubs of those countries. According to latest advi...

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. — 22 January 1898

O I O A 5 E a S Jttdjj# Monker and L, O. Dahlman aft over the trail for Duluth Monday. ,r.|| Spillane returnod las« Saturday from an extended sojourn in Duluth and ^..neighboring villages. Ignatius Donnelly may discover that he undertoek a bigger job when he married his typewriter then he did when be attempted to prove that Bacon *wrote Shakespeare's plays.' -. No body has tried to pass one of those counterfeit $100 silver certificates on us and a careful examination of onr cash on •g.i-n? hand warrants the positive statement that we wWill not try to pass one on anybody. Dan McDonough returnea Tuesday evening from Port Arthur where he has been for several months assisting a party of prospectors headed byT. £. Lewis, formerly of this plaoe- Dan is greatly taken up with Canada and says that if it wasn't for the "life sentence" that binds him ts Cook county he might con­ clude to make that country his home. G. A. A. Nelson, of JLatsen, was in town this week. Mr. Nelson haB a general st...

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. — 22 January 1898

MPSE OF FINLAND. Snfc CHAftlwffj'G COUNTRY IN HOT SUMMER WEATHER. ^Bauia's Scandinavian Conquest' -and What Has Been Blade of It—With Morals for the East and the West— -Customs and Manners. Helsingfors Correspondence. HE voyage from Stockholm to St. Petersburg in a Finish steamer is a pleasant one, for the Baltic is a quiet sea, and the coast, with its shallow fjords and rock bound headlands, while less bold and impressive than *that of Norway, does not lack the •charm of picturesque wildness and "beauty. Three nights and two days are -spent on a small but fairly comfort­ able boat, and the long stops at inter­ mediate points are not tedious. Glimpses of towns like Abo, Hango and Helsingfors are interesting be­ cause they reveal at once the genuine strain of Scandinavian character and the intelligence and flexibility dis­ played by Russia in governing a sub­ ject race swayed by progressive im­ pulses and an alien religion. Not only is the coast scenery of Finland like that of Sweden...

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. — 29 January 1898

a- a w$ VOLUME VI. '"V't'"- t-r w: ^Tlic Old Kitchen Clock. Itus&t to tick away the years upon tbe parlor shelf, ""When first we went a keoptn' house—Belindy an'rn'self— An* tliar for uiore'n twenty year, It seemed to be content To scrve llie hours in roper timo, an' be an ornament. An' you'd er thought 't was almost made to rogx'rlatc the sun i. So sliddy, 'round .an* 'round each day, the wheels.an' p'lnters run. But wlien'tbe girls grrowed up, ye see, they had some strange ideas. They didn't consult us much, 'bout things, nor drop an "if you please/' But went a hustlin' things around, an' chang in' ev'ry room, An' nothin' had the same old place, 'less 'twas the kitchen broom, I didn't much mind "the goin's on' but shan't forglt the shock It gin uie, when they ousted out that good old faithful clock. .-An' then a little bronze concern was got to fill its place, Wuli dragons erawlin' up its sides, an' Just above the face A gal they call "Terpsichore" is settin* in a chair An' pl...

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. — 29 January 1898

mst& -,+ .... THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEF OF COOK COUNTY, C&RIS MURPHY, Editor and Fropietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. JAN. 29.1898. ODD MORAVIAN CUSTOMS. •?... pimple Ceremonies Observed at Chrlntmaa and New Year Times". No more law-abiding- and generally apright citizens are to be found in the republic than the Moravians at Lititz, Pa. Their Christmas and Neiw Year observances are characteristically sim­ ple. At the appointed hour on Christ­ mas eye the services of the church com­ mence with instrumental music by fhe (Choir, after which the pastor reads the sacred history of the birth of Christ, when all partake of a love-feast, con­ sisting. of "love feast cake" and a mug •of hot coffee. The choir again, per­ forms a piece of sacred music, near the conclusion of which all the little chil­ dren are served1 with a lighted wax can .dle about four inches long, which they hold in their hands-until the close of the ceremony. The Moravians ...

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. — 29 January 1898

OF ., LOCAli ... Who said g§ PI iiill INTEBEST/^lf^y 44f&0fcor®l?" rjr^ The young son of John Droaillard *rery Biok witn puenumonia. Commissioner OIBOD and Hans Gilbsrfc vs ^8011 returned laBt ia week from Duluth. Jas, A. Tucker and Andrew Peterson returned home from Duluth on the tug, •Goodman, Saturday evening. Our redoubtable friend ".Long Dan" -passed through our burg on his return to Port Arthur the first of the week, A sleighing, party from Grand Marais •was pleasantly entertained last evening by Migaes Nellie and Clara Murphy, at their home on Maple Hill. Sooiety is again awakened, there was a -pleasant function at the residence of Peter Eadonce and wife on Tuesday evening. Daneing was engoyed until a late hour. Hjalmer Elliasen came up from Hov land Sunday evening to procure med­ icine from Dr. Mayhew, for his mother who was quite ill. He returned home .Monday morning. Two deaths accured on the reservation, 4it Grand Portage, last week. One was an Ihdian woman who had 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. — 29 January 1898

I- I/ If' 5:' V- *. .WHERE SHE COMES., "With fieavy elders overhung, :•*..!•- -v Half hid in clover masses, „An old :ence rnmbles on, among The tangled mpadow fjrnBHPs. It roakesa shade for lady fern Which nestles close beside it White clematis, at every turn, And roses almost hide it. Insltndc of overhanging- sprays And down a suriiy hollow, ,, 'By liazel -opne, -and woodland ways,/ 1 The winding ieni-e follow Byruse and thorn and fraarrant dew, In search ofsomething sweeter—r The orchard' pap, where sl:e comes through. And 1 go down to meet her! The sunlight slants along the fence, Where lichens gray it over, And stirs a hundred dreamy scents From fern and mint and clover But though the air is sweet to-day I know of something sweeter 'That she can only come this way, And 1 am sure to meet her! And so, while chipmunks ran a match 'To tell the ^rens who's coming, And all across the brier patch There sounds a drowsy humming— The hom of honey seeking bees— I seek tor something sweeter...

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. — 5 February 1898

iffiS Ii 5 & 5.\v I'i-c JH* i-'A SERMON IN RHYME. IT you have a friend worth loving, Love him. Yes, and let him know That you love him, ere life's evening Tinge his brow with aunsft glow. "Wtjr should pood words ne'er be said Of a friend till he is dead?" If you hear a song that thrills yon, Sung by any child of song, Praise it. Do not let the singer Wait deserved praisra long, Why should one who thrills your heart -Lack the joy you may impartl -Jfyou hear a prayer that moves you, By its humble, plmfing tone, Join it. Do not let the seeker Bow before his God alone. "W hy should not your brother share The strength of "two or three" in prayer? lf you see the hot tears failing From a brother's weeping eyes, "Share them, and by kindly sharing Own your kinship w|th the &kuw. Why should anyone be glad When a brothers heart is sad? If a silvery laugh goes rippllnsr Through the sunshine of his face. cfihnre it. 'Tis the wise man's saying— For both grief and jov a place. There's heal...

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. — 5 February 1898

THB OQOK OOTJNTT BfEBALD.^ OFFICIAL PAFBI oisQook COUNTY. CBRIS MURPHY, Editora«d JTopietor, •Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance, ym GRAND MARAI8. MINN.. FEB. 5.1896. HE DROPHtO HIS PIPE. An A the Lota Naturally Caused Sim Sotne Annoyance. One afternoon' last summer I was Standing or* the great suspension bridge jyist below Niagara falls loqk^ jng fit the great cataract and admiring the wonderful colors of the green and blu$ 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 an apparatus by which to enable a painter to traverse the giant guy rope cables which radiate from the center of the bridge, fan phnpe, 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 a rope attached«to this wheel & man on the bridge could draw the p...

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. — 5 February 1898

If# s' IV 0 *V LOCAL. f' infant child of Frank Kadonce TmnU7-vm^rrm })v son, Ben, left for their P&V 'trappinff groandi the first of the week. W- 'Wednesday morning was the coldest -of tbe season, the thermometer registar in 2 23 below. •, Patents for Oook county lands have •'.^^ij/i^-been received at the Dulnth land office I 2f°r Hedvifj Fre41und, Emil Elliasen .and '^tlf' ^'^haa. Moore. ,*•, C. O. Monker, 0. J. Johnson, Gust ^Peterson, Olof Fredrickson and John Morrison comprised a party that returned ,n., home from Dulath last Saturday even injf. Dan Spillane who has been conducting jsl general store in the Hownnstine build for several months past has sold the remainder of ihis stock to T. J. Martin, rof Oarlton oounty. It is understood that the store will be closed and the ,goods shipped out as soon as navigation \, opens. As soon as he can get his bus iness straightened up Mr. Spillane will leave for V)ulutn to make preparations .for a trip to the Klondyke, where he intends...

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 February 1898

1mmmrnmmg^^ mm j|S :)Bly ftaby, *•»,*» £*t y^« *&*<•,,-», jf .. Kissed and caressed,*51' Y&2- & v" •*$•',•',*' T,Gently held to a mother's breast. S 'Only a child, "'Toddling nlone, rJ' ,&' *v Brightening now its happy bome.1^ ,"Only a boy, Trudging to school. Governed now by a sterner rule. •-Only a youth, v- Living hi dreams •/. •'. ... 'Full of promise lire now seems, 'Only a man, .. Battling with li'e, Shared in now by a loving wi?o. vOnly a father, Burdened with carte, Silver threads in dark-brown liair. 'Only a graybeard, Toddling again, Growing old and full of pain. Only a mound, O'er grown with grass Dreams unrealized—rest at. last. —Boston Traveler. SAVED IN TIME. S THE sun was sinking slowly beyond the west­ ern hills which rose like a barri r, shutting in the lovely town ofBoonsburg in the valley below, Fred Floyd paus­ ed for a few mo­ ments at the gate of a house half con­ cealed arnid ivy and twining roses. A fairy-like form liHstened down the gravel...

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 February 1898

t«vV&- VOLUME VI. THE WONDERFUL. WEAVER. 'There** wonderful weaver High up in the air, And lie weaves a white mantel For cold earth to wear. "With the wind for his shuttle, The cloud tor his loom, How he weaves, how he weaves^ In the light, in the gloom! Oh, with finest of laces He decks bnsh and tree! •On' the bare, flinty meadows A cover lays he 'Then a quaint cap he places On pillar an post, And he changes the pump To' a grim, silent ghost! But this wonderful weavers Grows weary at last And the shuttle lies idle That once flew so fast. Then the sun peeps abroad On the work that iB done And he smileB: "I'll unravel It all, just for fun!" —Independent. HELEN'S SECRET. "I have told you there is a secret In my life I can share with no one. "Let me go my way and you yours, for we could never be happy with a cloud •of mystery between us," "In other words, you refuse me There was a quick resentment ID Alfred Grave's tone, for the refusal of the woman he loved to be his wife -was a b...

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 February 1898

3*,sKS». a-V"*,^ "®S- it STATE OF MINNESOTA, }$' CouNTiua op Lake and Cook, Name of Owner and Descbiption. $$*£& 'ii ^«-. „.^r „.»•„. nsnj The list of taxes and penalties on real property for the County of Cook remaining delinquent on the 1st Monday in January, 1897, apd the-lst Monday in January, 1898, has been filed in the of­ fice of the Clerk of the District Court of the Counties of Lake and Cook, of which that hereto .attached is a copy. Therefore you, and each of you, are hereby re­ quired to file in the office of said Clerk of Court on Or before the twentieth day of March, 1898, your janswer in writing, setting forth any objections or defense you may have to the taxes or any part thereof, upon any pieoe or parcclW lapel described in said list, in, to or on whioh you have or claim .any estate, right, title, interest, claim or lien, and jn default thereof judgment will be entered against /such piece or paroel of land, for the taxes on said list appe^ng against it, and for a...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 February 1898

\l via -$* V, V* 7 1 (.Continued From Second Page.J NAVE OP OWNElt AND %.- DESCBitfrios. JO1 Town 64, liango 4 west. Spgog nnii^ lot 7, w&of eefc... 4 LblandCF und% patne ...... 4 American Realty Co nnd^ Jots 2, 3. 8W& of ne^.'eeJi of nwJi 4 Probrck N und S\ same 4 Co bum ntd?i 8 wH of nw34. w!4 ofswjsi,lot4...'.. 4 Hanson nnd& se?4.. .Segog JF undJS bqH and 3-12 lota 4,5 ... ohanson Aund% lots 4,5 Sego Schibsted Oscar und% lots 7,8.. :ed Oscar und% lota 7,8 6) und§£lotsl, 2,3... 7f-121 88 und% nw}£ of nw}4.. 8) Segog J. F- und same 8) nnd Ktots 1,2,3 7f 20 31 1895 undHloi§7,8. 6} Leland nnd lots 7,8 6) nndH lots 1,2, 3 7 20 31 1895 nndMsc nwJ4 of nw& 8 j| Cleveland John sw&... .• 9 Anderson SWan hv/hi of neii, 9 Heed se?i of ne?4 9 Carlson nnd% lotl 9 Segog & 3 Leland undJ4 lot 1.. 9 Battler Joseph nnd% neM of se%. SIcAuliffe nnd^ same .... Jameson W & 8 fi nndH eame .... 9 Engels und% same 9 Probeck N und 1-64 nwJ4 9 American ltealty Co und 1-64 nwi|......

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. — 19 February 1898

Delinquent Tax List. s± .SS (Continued from thifd page.) NAUB or OwMBB AMD DESOHIPTION. Town 65, r.ange 5 west. French NellieX nnd 1-32 lot? .31 Marcus Lizzie E and 1-32 lot 7 ....... :31 BobbinsQeol and 1-32lot7.... ,31 ^hlbertsian nnd 1-32 lot 7.. .'. .31 Hejjnbaugh 1' and& lot 7 .31 Green ond^ lot 7 31 WeatLerby George und% lot 7,.. 31 Connors David und% nw!4 of nek ee5* of nwi£. lots 2, 5, 0, 31 Engels nnd 1-6, same jSyendson Becker und l-3 sama flargerCGJr,und 1-12 same tiegog und tome Denning lots 7, 8,9, nwJ4 o£seJ4 32 134 75 1895 25 07 1896 14 38 Culbertson Fond 1-3? lots 5,6,10,12,32 French Nellie and 1-32 same Marnns Lizzie E nnd 1-82 Kobbins George nnd 1-32 Hiinebaogh nnd?4 Goddell Carrie nnd *4 seJiof ne%. .33 Hall Frank 1) and% of ne'4, nnd swiiofneii 13 Kelson Amanda nd% swM. of eeli ...33 Landrail Peter O und.% lots 5, 6.. Segog und}-* lots 5. 6 Cook Sam1!M und5-2 Hot 1 neJ-4 of ne?4 33 Goddoll Carrie LinndJiw^s o£n$Fj£...34 Hall Frank undj-a same —34 Gjisten nnd^...

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