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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 February 1898

Ifl OF IJOCAAJ INTEREST. Olans Jaoobson of HoYlaud was town a few days this week. Dotmnic Peterson and wife returned from Fort'William Thursday. William Howenstine and wife returned Thursday from an extended sojourn in Fort William. Adoiphlj. Leutgert the Chicago saus age maker has been convicted of the killing of his wife and sentenced to life imprisonment. H. J. Braun has purchased the Tucker residence, on the corner of Harrison street and St Paul avenue, and will move his family into it soon. A party of young people worshiped at the shrine of the Terpsichorian art at Hotel de Garhart last Saturday evening. Refreshments were served and a most enjoyable evening was spent by those present. This week we publish the delinquent tax list for the years 1895 and 18961 Heretofore the county has been a year behind in its tax sales and the sale is made for two years in order to catch up. The list is by far the largest ever pub­ lished in the county, and the work of preparing it for publicati...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 19 February 1898

Mi I 1 mt III W-' #k'i A *7 AV [l m. £. lis mk 4': Bft NOONDAY. «oe*to ifca re8*'*1" A And the shadows lie warm on the (fronnd— *80 still you may watch them and see Every breath that awakens around. The chuchyard lies still in the heat, With its handful of molderiug bone, .As still as the Ions stalk of wheat In the shadow that sits by the stone. As still ns the grass at my feet, When I walk in the meadows alone. /"The waves are asleep on the main, -i And the ships are asleep on the wi*ve, -And the thoughts are as still in my brain As the echo that Bleeps in the cave— -All rest lrom their labor and pain, Then why should not I in rav grave? —Good Housekeeping. JEREMIAH'S CRIME. "Keturah," said Jeremiah, "the next time them boys knocks at our door I'm goin' for 'em." "Jeremiah," said I, "I couldn't iblameyou ifyou did. They is things, Jeremiah," says I, "that would make a angel rise up and strike out, and the conduck of them medicated stu­ dents is of that sort. Once in a way," .says 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. — 26 February 1898

"i 1 4 ONLY ONE MOTHER. Sou have only one mother, my boy. Whose heart you can gladden with joy. Or cause it ffo ache Till ready to break— So cherish that mother, my boy. You have only one mother who will Stick to you through good and through ill, And love you, although The world is your foe— So care for that love ever still. You have only one mother to pray That in the good path you may stay: Who for you wont Bpare Self-sacrifice rare— So worship the mother alway. You have only one mother to make A home ever Bweet for your sake. Who toils day and night For you with delight— "To help her all pains ever take. You have only one mother to miss "When she has departed from this, So love and revere That mother while here, Some time you won't ktfow her dear kiss. You have only one mother, just one, Remember that always, my son None can or will do What she has for you. What have you for her ever done? —New York Evangelist. onekIind of hero. Well, gentlemen, if you wish it, I'll •tell you the...

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 February 1898

pSl "iff %&&*' i- i®iKl *. -Is# JS?" 1 S •ii t, :ly jj^r\ Tax STATE OF MINNESOTA, £OJJJJTIES OF k«J LAKE AND COOK, DISTRICT COURT, JEi/EVENTH JppICfAX,' DfSTSjCCT. ^The State of Minnesota to all Person, Companies or Corporations who have or claim any estate, right, title or interest in, claim or lien-upon .any of the several pieces or parcels of land in the list hereto attached described, The list of taxes and penalties on real property for the County of Cook remaining delinquent on the 1st Monday in January, 1897, and the Jst 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 answer in writing1, setting forth any objections or defense you may have to the Taxes or any part thereof, upon any piece or parcel of lan...

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 February 1898

•SJ»^C /j ^*T ^3d^Wja^^\%-a^ ^i% $** %ii s. I zifr J.' tV.„ §m. W (Continued From Second Page.) *4^ NA*« OP OWOTSB ASJ Jsfoptraos. a£ Town'64,Bange 4 wegt. fls-| ^IM JB-ondH lot 7, jpffpf sek..... .4 Leland undk same •.... ,".4 American .Co nndtt Iptp 2, of mX, 8eJ4 of nyk BrobwAfNundk .• same 4 Cobui a id of awk, lot4..---- 4 A^d^ffion ^gnafft Tiyifj \C 881X16 4 JamisonWR&FB utidJilots 1.2,ek of nek .. ..... 6 Hovey Silas undk lots 1,2, sk of nek 5 Gagnon Charles & James Gogin'lots 3 4 4 & 5 8egog JF undk sek..... 5 nndl-12 lots 4,5...... 6 JohansonAxrnd^lots4,5 T„ L$landCFund 14lots7,8. 6) nndk lofl 1,2,3.. ....: 7fc 8 p|fd^ nwk'ofnwk- Cleveland John Pswk Anderson Swan nwk of nek,.... Heed sek of nek 9 parlson und% lot 1 9 Segog & 0 Leland ond^i lot 1,. 9 Battler Joseph nqdk ne^ of seM-•. 9 McAuliffe tindK same .... 9 JamesonWB&8BOndJi eame .... 9 Engels $nd% same .... 9 Propepk N nnd 1-64 nwM 9 Americ&n ltealty Co and 1-64 nwJ4... 9 Larson O sw of ne34. jS...

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 February 1898

-»v fr uStjS S '•wr? •*c% -•*"." v«\ (Continued From Second Page.) ~r Kucx OF Ownkb AMD Dbpobiftiox. Town'64, Range 4 wegt. a ,* ^PEPB tmdjg lot 7,yri£ot Belt..... 4 LtJandCF undk gains ...... 4 American Realty Co undk lptf 2, S. sjy* of nsk,*8ek of Brobeck*Nundk same 4 Cobtqa qnd& gwli ofnwk. wk of swk. loMv--* Aptpn^tftTiyiViV 88016 4 Jamison W & Buiid?£ lota 1,2,ek of nek '..'....6 •g Hovey Silas undk lots 1,2, sk of nek & fiagnon Charles & James Gogin'lots ®T4,8k of nw)4.«........'.......... 5 HapsonC ugdj£s$K.. ..... 8 Segog JF undk sek 5) undl-12 lots4,5....... Johanson Aiand^ lots 4,5 6 Segog und 1-12 same ............. 6 Segog nnd 1-12 same 8 unakltB3,6,sekof nwknekof swk 6 A Cleveland John swk 9 Anderson Swan nwk of nek 9 Reed sek of nek 9 parlsonj und%lotl......... ... 9 Segog & 0 Leland $ndk lot 1, 9 Battler Joseph ondk nek of eek". 9 McAtuiffe undk same .... 9 9 9 9 Jameson W & S nndk same Engels $ndk same .. Pro peck N und 1-64 nwk American Realt...

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. — 26 February 1898

.. SUlOE OF OWMXB AMD Dksobxptiom. Tax List. iContinned /torn third page.} Town 65, Eange 6 west. French Nellie nnd 1-32 lot 7 31 Marcos Lizzie E tmd 1-33 lot 7 .... .31 Bobbins Geo and 1-32 lot 7 .31 Culbertson nnd 1-32 lot 7 31 Heimbaagh 1' nnd& lot 7 31 •GreenODuu% lot7 ,31 Weatherby Georgennd^g lot 7..:,.....31 Connors David nnd% nw& of nek, eeH of nwi^, lots 2, 5,0, 31 Svendson Becker und 1-6 same French Nellie and 1-32 same 32 Maroos Lizzie E und 1-32 Bobbins George and 1-32 Himebaugh nnd% Green O und% Wwatherby Geo und% Landrail Peter O und% lots 5, 6... 33 Segog und!* lots5, 6 33 Cook Sam'l und5-24 lot 1 ne!i of neJi 33 Goddell Carrie nnd& of nw!4.. .34 Hall Frank nnd^£ same ... .34 Gjisten and vrYs of nw}£ and 1-12 w{4 of neH, ^A of nw?4.. .34 Kortgaard und% wj^ of nwJi 34 Dorre N andH Its 1,2,3, ne of awH 35 Svendson Becker and% samd 35 Segog and% same 35 Buffalo Land & Ex Co nwJi of neJi, nwJiofnwJi 35 80 JBissell nnd!4 neJi of neM 35 20 Winship Lena A nnd...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 February 1898

$ %''^Treasnrer \. l'* *-V ,• w, -tJFIiOCAL. INTEREST.' *x?p -v BHffelsba left tor faia home at Tufte Thursday after spending a vetk y^L. JohMon. Ole Anderson. jIM Gust Peterson and Olof Frednckson ar­ med home from Duluth Monday. €oott and son Ben, returned last evening from their trapping grounds in the west end of the county. Mr. Scott says that wolves are becommiog quite numerous in tbat district. County Commissioner Engelson was in town a few days the first of the week On his return home he was accompanied by Mr.and Mrs. John Matheson who will jspend the remainder of the winter at Tafte. Auditor Fisher returned Monday from a visit to his homestead, north of Lutsen. On his return he was laid up at Lutsen several days from the loss of a couple of toe nails as the result of their comming in contact with the snowshoe strings. The Grand Marais Ski clnb held a grand tournament last. Sunday afternoon. Among the competitors were two of our county officials both «f whom drew prizes. One...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 26 February 1898

W.'StL filjltelAfr'EXERCISE FOR SrAMMERfeRS. HM8HA1TEXERCISE T-f r. fM ,f ife)? et j^Vksf fi /si 1*'V!.s.,? k..tl 'There was beetle bought a bottle,. A bottle lull of beer. f..!Now said the beetle to the bottle: "Forthwith we'll have pome cheer." 1 •Thereon the beetle look the bottle And tipped it up full high, .• -And from the bottle to the beetle There gurgled melody. -. ."The thirsty beetle drained the bottle v'? And into it did crawl 'The same it was his purpose to Imbibe the liquor all. -Inside the bottle the drunken beetle Completely lost his way, .jAnd in that bottle the buzzing beetle Buzzes to this day. —Boston Transcript. A GAMBLER'S GBATITUDE is now some thirty years since Mr. Eva sio Radici, son of the well know banker, Sir Evasio Ra dici, 1 of St. James' Square, went to Horn burg for the short annual holiday which his father allowed him from the routine of business. He was merely a salaried clerk in his lather's bank, and was only accorded precisely the same amount of f...

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 March 1898

v.- 1 "'&pf': VOLUME tMit- 'V •ft \V\ *-r 1 I 1&2& TL DREAM OF BURIAL A? SEA. ,.'Down through the deep, deep, gray green seas in sleep, j. Plunged my drowsed sonl and ever on and 4 on. Hurrying at first, then where the faint light shone "fThrowrh fathoms twelve, with slackening fall did creep .17or touched the bottom of that bottomless eteep, But with a slow, sustained suspension, Buoyed 'mid the watery wilderness wan, Like a thin cloud in air, voyaged.the deep. "Then alLthosedreadfnl faces of the sea, Horned things abhorred and shapes intol­ erable, Fixing glazed lidless eyes swam up to me. And pushed me with their snouts, and coiled and fell In spiral volumes, writhing horribly— lagged fins grotesque, fanged ghastly jaws of hell. —J. A.. Symonds. MONTGOMERY PEEL. SHALL never forget the first time I saw Mont gomery Peel. He was as a jus­ tice of the peace presiding at the preliminary trial of Andrew Bruke in or e, charged with the murder of David C. Calioon. I was a mer...

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 March 1898

Isxk ft- 'S: $• •x S W:* ffrll *yf4 THE COQK COUNTY HERALD. !$ OFFICIAL PAPSI OF COOK COTJNTY.T'F •&-> fas CHRIS yUREHy, Editorjand Bropietor.»i Terms. $1.00 &Ye&r in,Advance. QRA.Np MARAIS. MINN.. JJABOH 5. 1898. Vote tor ttxe Bond$. At the special election to be held on jthe lQtU inst. two propositions will be' submitted to the voters of C.ook county which are of rqore importance than paany of our citizens may anticipate. The pro­ positions are, for the issuance of road and bridge bonds in the sum of $8,000, and for the issuance of $3,000 bonds to fund tbe floating indebtedness of the county. Of the twp propositions we cpnpider the former the more important. Al­ though the 0ounty has made great strides jn jthe way of constructing roads and bridges during the past few years there are ptill some very necessary improvements to be ma4e. For instance, the road from 6rand Marais to Gunflint is in such poor condition that it is not safe to drive over pnd must be repaired t...

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 March 1898

I 1 1 r. 1, -if' •V V: :v ,— 1 k. jtaM|p' W^rSS»? •ppgt^r OF LOCAL. INTEREST •John Matheson returned JErom Tafte Monday,. H. J. Braun has mov«d ilia family into ,,ttoTool»rr«d.noewhiobJ»pnB!tased O. T. U., to be used in pushing temp erance work. It would have t^aken facilities a hun dred times greater than is possessed by the Havana cable to have sent all the matter printed. fice Si? Ghas. J. Johnson has had five dog trains at work the past week hauling ton of iron ore frota a test pit in 63 4 west to Lateen a'distance of 24 miles. This ore will be shipped at once by sail boat to Two Harbors and thence to the Johnson Nickel Mining company a St. Paul we are told. The test pit from which the ore was taken was put down a year ago under the supervision of 0. J. Johoson and it is said that a very good showing was made. Just why the company requires a ton of this ore we are at a loss to know, but it is quite evident that they mean business and are in a hurry t'o get matters settled otherw...

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 March 1898

I,'/ X., HWrt-r- W Sii JVOOING BY FLOWERS euc^ r*wr Once on a time, to woo a maid*- ....... .$$$ Three suitors sought her bower. .$JGire me, I pray," the maiden said4 "thy lavorite flower." The loTd, he took a lily fair^ -»:v That screw is regal pride 5/?- it. t"Thi8 flower place on thy raven haif: •'Twill suit a noble's bride." 'i The knight, he plucked arose and cried, "This flower place on thy breast." v "The bard a violet gave, and sighed, "Ah! near thee let it rest." *"Come backagain at Autmnn-tide, ,:v And meet me in my bower. And ,ve shall learn," the maid replied, "How fares it wi£h each flower." -At Autnmn-tide they stood once more Beside the maiden bright. Then from a vase the flowers she bore 1 And placed them in their sight. The lily leaves were dull and strained The shrivelled rose was dead The odorous violet fresh remained— "The bard," she cried, 'Til wed." —From Cassell's Magazine. MES. BELFORD'S BOY. "And I was silent and you was shy, As we walked down through the cl...

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 March 1898

tp 1Sfr I W BRIC-A-BRAC. ^nv kv^i $oa who know tlje rcfason tell m9 How it is that instinct still Prompts the heart to like or not liko '•4j At its own capricious will? Tell me by what hidden magic Our impressions first are led tfs-j/ Into liking or disliking, 1 Olt before a word be said? Why should smiles sometimes repel us? Bright eyes turn our feelings cold? '»,«r Whatis that which comes to tell ub All that glitter# is not gold? -Oh, no feature,pla^n or striking, But a power we cannot shun, Prompts our liking or disliking Ere acquaintance hath begun. Is it instinct or some spirit Which protects us and controls Every impulse we inherit By some sympathy of souls?* Is it instinct, iOTt-nature. Or some freak or fault of chance, "Which our liking or disliking Limits to a single glance? 3Like presentiment of danger Though the sky no shadow, fljngsr Or that inner sense,still stronger^ Of unseen, unuttered things? Is it—Oh, can no one tell me, No one show sufficient cause, "Why our likin...

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 March 1898

Bt v1 &"• "il: THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY. Jiytor and propietpr. Terms. $1.00 a Year in Ady^pce. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. MARCH 12. Pof?parl3on of tbe So muob has beep said about the posr ^ible dauage to our. country and com­ merce by a war with Spain, that it wi]T not be amiss to see what would be the result if war should come. Spain has ope $rgt clasg battle ship with modern high power guns. The United States has five, the Iowa, Oregon, Texps Indiana and Massachusetts, either pne of xybich is ipjre than match fojr the Spanish ship, leaving four unoccupied. Spain has two second class battle ships, Ihe Vizpaya, lately in New York harbor iding one, the Upited StateB has two. The United States has six sea going coast defense vessels—monitors that are double tnrreted and capable of destroy­ ing any battle ship in the world. It has fourteen single tujreted monitor? of near­ ly as great power. Spain has twelve prp tected or partially protected cru...

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 March 1898

"V Si* jgpijte ,HF 1 |4 wfeek. OF LOCAL IHTBBCST. t""« BCK. S |xlay. ts John 0. O'Hara left pi with the mail carrier Wednesday mor lining for Duluth. The forestry division of the depart­ ment of agriculture, Washington, T. C., Vw buying targie quantities of trees of var­ ieties particularly adapted to planting in the west, and sending them to .the Agricultural Experiment stations of the west. Within the past year or two the department has bought nearly half a mil­ lion trees from the Evergreen Nurseries, of Evergreen, Wis., for this purpose. This Company is making a specialty of catering to the neeas of western tree planters, and carries a stock best adapt­ ed for the west. They have an adver­ tisement in this pajjer, and our readers are requested to send for their catalogue and price-list, which will we furnished free.' A Wonderful Improvement. Dogwood, Feb. 4,'98 Deer Editor, 'u tj^ j^?*5apv ,v*j«v .wmiu w*M» «*r T^eaieter (Oarhart visited Holland itiiiff nawe with Ther&Will b...

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 March 1898

rat WHOSE PACE? t/s it mm && Some face« A ttoaaaafea are nupremely fair, |M-: Some sparkling in their splendor," Some art demure and debonair*. ,? And some divinely tender. »••'»•. Some win ns with one fatol glance r. From eyes too brightly beaming: Some smile^beflmile that brings a tmnce^lfe Till life in lost in damming. Some flit before nB, sweet-and gay," v." To fill our hearts with-Jainghter Then-lade, as faueiesfade away, And Ieate no ackfngs after. jVntl some—sgme faces sorrow kissed, \...v '•M Where holiest thoughts nre thronging— Come badk, come always in the mist ?,• Of everlasting longing. So faces come, and faces go Some makeVxistence sweeter, And some, they make life sad, we know, Yet, being sad, completer. Until one faeo comes up at last (Heaven knows each heart, don't doubt it) The future fades, the past is past— We cannot live without it! Wo ask not if we'll call her sweet, Or fair, or wise, or clever We ask, we passionately entreat, "Will you be mine lor ever...

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 March 1898

v' DAIRY AND POULTBY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. How Successful Farmers Operate This Department of the Farm—A Few Hints as to the Care, of Live Stock ud Poultry* Advance in Dairying. is true that the dairy schools are doing much for dai­ rying. It is true that the agricultur­ al papers, and insti­ tutes, and speakers, and writers, are do­ ing much for dairy­ ing. It is also true that many dairy­ men have become progressive and are doing much by their example for dairying. Neverthe­ less, advance in dairying is slow, very slow. And why sho'uld it not be? The advance is counted not by what a few do, but by the average of what all are doing. Dairying is a thing that must be dealt with in its parts and not in its whole. Every man and every wo­ man that milks a cow or makes butter is a part of that whole and each part must be dealt with separately. The ad­ vance is more talked about than real, when speaking of the whole. The dirty dairyman has not by any means yet been e...

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 March 1898

Sr ."•I! X.'. :.. ... vm THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF C.OOK COUNTY, CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Proptetor. H. .—r- ._ —-rr~ Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. *, 1 GRAND MARAIS. MINN*, MARCH 1$. 1898. Before this gets into print the nation may be at war. The Upited States is a great, powerful and peaceful nation. It will avoid war where it can do so without dishonor, and partioqlary will it try to ..do this with a weak nation—Ijkq Spain —a nation totally unable to ope with it. Bjit Spain is forcing war and the United States may have to accept it. Of ur puch a w$r would be a trivial tinker of sixty or ninety days, but every D^mo orat.should sustain the administration. There are no parties in this country tvljen it is assailed from abroad, and the Democrat-in Congress wha attempts to block ji^islation intended to prepare for war, had better order his politic il coflfia, his constituents will prepare the politi­ cal corpse. Tj}e paper tr-ist is uow organized with $45,000,009 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. — 19 March 1898

1 a K' •A "'-i ,m mn- OF LOCAL. INTEREST. Emil Elliaeon of Hovland waa io town ".thisiweeik, C. A. Nelson came down from Lntaen with the election returns Wednesday. Commissioners Jackson and Engelson :,are in town attending the meeting of the county board. Barney McCoy, for many years a resi­ dent of Cook county, died at Fort William last week. Ole Brnnes, of Hovland, is in town -serving as one of the justices of the peace on the convassing board whioh meets today. The bond election held in the several precincts of the county oa Tuesday last resulted in a vote of 5 to 1 in favor of both propositions. A child was born this week to Mrs. -Olson, wife of Peter Olson who was accidentally killed near Carlton Peak _.a couple of months ago. The mail carrier from Two Harbors "Was two days late in arriving here this week. With the exception of a very few papers he brought only the letter mail, leaving the balance on the way. Commissioner Engelson received word 'this week from his brother. Tor...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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