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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 23 April 1898

Ifiv W gJs• FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. GOME GOOD STORIES FOR OUR JUNIOR READERS. How Flox Exterminated the 'Ants—A Pretty Story of a Good Little Girl— Boy's Clever Invention—About Hak* aff Skeleton Leaves. Youth and A(& youth could know what age knows -Without teach ing— ure Hope's Instability and Love's dear folly, The difference be­ tween practicing and preaching, The quiet charm that lurks in mel­ ancholy— The after-bitterriess of tasted pleas­ That temperance of feeling and of words Is health of mind, and the calm fruits of leisure Have sweeter taste than feverish zeal affords That' reason has a joy beyond unreason, That, nothing satisfies the soul like truth, That kindness conquers in and out of season— If youth could know, why youth would not be youth. If age could feel the uncalculating. urg ence, The pulse of life that beats in youthful veins, And with its swift, resistless ebb and surgence Makes light of difficulties, sport of pains Could once, just once, retrace the path and ...

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. — 30 April 1898

Indian ^5 tit M: ®5 y§ jfe MARTIN HUNTER IN N.Y. LEDGER describing the manner of taking some of thfe fur-bearing "animals of the Hudson Bay territory, the bear comes first by its'coat being earliest prime of all other animals of the north country. The Indians, who, since the finishing of their last year's hunt in June have become tired of a fish diet, are anxious­ ly looking forward to the 25th of Sep­ tember. On and after this date the bear skins have a market vajue with the company, and the Indians go into the berry patches and swamps in quest of bruin, who has for the past six weeks been fattening undisturbed. Considerable bravery is shown by the Indian in hunting these strong and fe­ rocious animals at this time of year. Few of them have other than a single barrel, muzzle-loading gun, and if they miss a fatal spot when firing, the re­ sult is to them serious, if not death. I. cannot do better in these series of hunting stories than to follow the foot­ steps of Wa-Sa-Kej-ic, who ...

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. — 30 April 1898

SW*-"! ir-. rfr-f :i ry THE GOO? COUNTY HERALD. OFFICIAL PAPSI OP COOK COUNTY,, CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year la Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. APRIL 80. 1808. PWARFS IN FRANCE inhabitants .of the Department 'of Limousin Are Small In Stature. in some of the communes, arid the worn- included in the sum total given. To be exact, there are $2,700,000,000 of pa­ per money "uncovered"—that is, tfce au­ thorities issuing it havn not the gold and silver to redeem it. This sum rests simply on credit and not on security of intrinsic value. cn are three or more inches shorter than this. One man In ten is below lour feet 11 inches in stature. This is not due to race, for several ra­ cial types are equally stunted in jthis way within the same area. It is primarily due to generations of subjection to a harsh climate, to a soil which is worthless for agriculture, to a steady diet of boiled chestnuts and stagnant water, and to unsanitary dwellings in the deep, narrow and d...

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. — 30 April 1898

OF LOCAJL INTEREST. •J -i Dr. Mayhew returned Sunday evening from Dutath. John Morrison returned from Duluth Sunday evening. ... Col. Oolvill left on ttie Oizon Tuesday morning for Duluth. H. O. Holte returned on the Dixon Sunday evening from Duluth. Commissioner Olson and Treasurer Johnson left for Duluth Tuesday morn ing. Andrew Ghristianson and Martin Moen came up from Hovland this morning on business. Ned Oarhart left for Duluth Tuesday for the purpose of enlisting in one of the militia companies. Auditor Fisher returned from Duluth Sunday evening and left Tuesday morn­ ing for his homestead. Hans Gilbertson who has been very ill for a weekNpast was taken to Duluth Tuesday for treatment. John Widall returned to his home Duluth Tuesday after a week's visit with the family of Elling Olson. Misses Nellie and Clara Murphy left for their home in West Dnluth Tuesday morning after spending the winter here. The state of Minnesota is called upon to fnrnish 2,874 of the 125,000 volunteers...

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. — 30 April 1898

II* fM 5- mh 111® fc'H IN THE ODD CORNER. %y some Estrange, queer and CURIOUS PHASES OF LIFE. 4'fiVi' ,• :. 41 South African Snake Story—Super stltlon About the Namber Thirteen —Wouderfnl Boomerang Feat—We Live on a Narrow Margin* A Sons to the.Antumn. HESE are this days when the slant ing rays Of the sun are soft and the copse displays Its topaz and gar­ net and emerald hues That garnish the hills and the sapphire blues Dunce in the waves of the lakes and bay*. These are the days when the veiling maze Of the Indian summer softly lays On wood and fen, and the partridge brown Rustles the leaves that are fallen down And flies from the hunter who comes from town. These are the days when, above in the haze, The goose flies high on a wing that flays The crisping air, and his honking call Is a warning safe of the flight of fall, And winter that comes with her wither­ ing pall. These are the days when eyes are ablaze And Cupid refuses to listen to nays, And promises summer in hearts all ag...

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. — 7 May 1898

^^OsK1 ,,' #stf^y ^ir -M I JLatta. II 1 FAEM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. •Sbme Up-to-Date Hints tlvation of the Soil 1 permit tie moisture to get .±0' the sur­ face. He also advises xolling after sow­ ing. He would not grow spring wheat two seasons in succession, because of its tendency to increase the chinch bug. Another states that spring wheat should be sown on strong land, never later than the end of March. The lim­ ited experience of the experiment sta­ tion agrees with that of the farmers who have reported, in respect to low yield and the poor quality of the spring wheat and its liability to rust and in­ sect attacks. It does not seem wise, therefore, to grow spring wheat in In­ diana, excepting, perhaps, as an experi­ ment, and then only for a single season in a locality. But what shall be done with fields of injured wheat? I would suggest, first, that farmers wait until the growing season opens. Perhaps the wheat will rally as it did last spring. Secon...

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 May 1898

-W,i -. THE COOK COUNTY HEfiALD. OFFICIAL PAPEI OF C.OOK COUNTY. CIIRIS MURPHY, Editor and Prppietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MAKAIS. MINN.. MAY 7, 1S8. JGNORANT OF UNITED STATES. If ova Scotia Natives Who Know Little off Undo Sam's Domains. "Ill some parts of Nova Scotia where I have been," saidi a doctor, who, ac­ cording to the Chicago Times-Herald, had recently made a tour of the prov­ ince, "you will find in places remote from railroads a remnant of that sim­ plicity pictured by the poet of Evangel­ ine. One of these primitive people was an? old lady, who had never set foot out­ side of her native hamlet. She could have told' from hearsay all the history of all the kings and queens of England, I do not doubt, but a certain bigoted loyalty to the crown kept her from knowing anything concerning the United States. When I was introduced to her as^ a Yankee she looked hard at xne and .inquired how jt happened that was so dark, with black hair and' whiskers. 'I saw a Ya...

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 May 1898

1 lp OF LOCAL. INTSREST. Jus, A. Tucker returned Sunday even­ ing from Duluth, Auditor Fisher and County Attorney Titus went to Duluth. Tuesday. Commissioner Olson returned home from Duluth Wednesday evening. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Peterson, of Lutsec, died last week and was buried Sunday. Keep cool, and don't get impatient. "We can't lick the Spaniards any faster than we can catch them. It was not a question of getting men men to enlist but who should be given the honor and privilege of enlisting. Noel Hamlin and John Harris came down from Lutsen Thursday. Mr. Har­ ris intended taking the .boat here for Duluth but arrived too late. Rev. Father Specht arrived Thursday afternoon from Fort William. During his stay here services will be held in the Catholic church every morning. Know ye! Know ye! The board of county commissioners will hold an adjourned meeting at the court house/ in Grand Maraie, on Friday next, May 13th. The Johnson Nickel Mining company shipped a pair...

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 May 1898

To Be Encooragtd. Mother—What does that young Light­ ly mean, coming here this evening. Daughter—I think he means business, mamma.—Detroit Free Press. DO NOT DELAY. An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Found of Cure. Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Chi­ cago. Dear Sirs: I used one bottle of your "S Drops," and it did me more good than any medicine I ever used. It did me more good than all the medi­ cine 1 have taken from the doctors for two years, besides suffering the entire time. In three days after I commenced using the "5 Drops" my pains all dis­ appeared. I recommend it to all suffer­ ers of rheumatism. Very respectfully, R. L. Martin, Anguilla, Miss. Feb. 7, '98. Every family should have a bottle of "5 Drops" on hand, especially at this Beason ijugt Right. "Did you say you were dealing in a new breed of dogs, Slicker?" "You bet I am. They're called the Klondike Motor. I warrant 'em to stand more cold as a Polar bear, and they're not bad eatin', if the worst comes to the worst." A Che...

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 May 1898

4 1 MARTIN THE SHEPHERD. By Lillias Wasserihann. Meanwhile the scattered flocks of sheep moved in a leisurely fashion along the steep sides of the fells, and a pair of lovers lingered in the dene, too absorbed in their own insignificant portion of the world's business to pay much attention to the impending trou-. "ble. The girl was young, and on her cheeks bloomed the roses of vigorous health, but she was poorly dressed "while the young man, who was enact­ ing—after somewhat mean fashion— the part of lover, looked prosperous and well-to-do. u\ f. "It's hard upon me, Ralph ybu must confess that!" she exclaimed, with a touch of bitterness,, as her blue eyes looked wistfully up through a mist of teara. "It isn't ma fault that aw can na keep him \straight, and yet aw'm $Q be punished for it, as if it was!" "It's to be all ower betwixt U3, then, because yer fayther wishes it?" the girl went on, in a tremulous voice. Ralph shuffled about from one foot to the other for a minute or two. 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. — 14 May 1898

*V^trpU.E COOS QOUNT* £8*4Mv^. Iffllfe m* 'QrMcfvu PA^SI qpCaogc-CorcM'ar.' CHRIS UUHPUV. rxople^T. Ter#8.11.00 a Year ft Ata»W»| ?"-5sK 1*- GRA*© ftflAR4JS, MJ.JiN., #4* 14,^890. The gUQOors of the ABiatio squadron evidently remembered .the Maine -srifch &yes? shQt Uiej ficed. Although it jufla't in the fashion books -we notice that the most fasfeittable oolo*e ^hifi spjiDg are red, white andblue. It is not the unexpected that happen* wbenanyportioo of our nary tak^ee part in a fltfbt we expect theoa tptnn, and jthey always do it.. No prouder sarjoro wear .the bine, .than -those £jt tfee 01yi*p|a, Boston, Ifoltupore, Raleigh, jQp.npoird, And RBjbWtl, which eom ^ose oar victorious Asiatic s^p^droq. Tbe large number of men willing to go to the froot on horseback, wearing con­ spicuous uniforms, indicates contempt for ^tbe skijU of Spanish sharpshooters.! Gen. Weyler talks yery plainly jto the Spanish ?baot the nacees&jr of taldng jbhe offensive vigorously, but we haven't hear...

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. — 14 May 1898

1 -A Wti m* W i*.?-H „«,!%' $ 'Bqtfns iptjl iqr'jfyajatfaj^krmdky l&ffcernoftti, „^""vJ.'v. ', i, John C. -^edfieSdaj' 4weoinKfromTaju)h. Auditor Fiaiaar returned home from Dnlnth Sunday evening. Mre. Sawyer of West Superior Tinted jfaer homestead eafit of town this week. fr The Dixon's vail carrying season ^begins tomorrow, and we will receive anail twice a week until Nor. 1st.' 'Y Messrs, Wilhelm and Nordquist oame in their homesteads Monday and left Ttieeday morning for Oulnth. Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and Miss Clara Peterson returned Sunday evening -from Duluth where they spent the winter. W. H. Baker returned Wednesday evening after an absence of sexerel mouths during which he visited the Blaak Hills. "•v"i landlord Oarhart returned Sunday evening from Duluth where he Buoceedei in employing Mrs, John Kilson, nee Miss Tilla Peterson, and her sister, Miss Clara Peterson, as cooks in the hotel. Previus to the commissioners meeting yesterday morning thB) Muhty.board and a.few 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. — 14 May 1898

A ft M'ki' 0f tolten the lungs are fattaclced and the Ayftiptoms of consumption appear, then v...,/begins the straggle between affection and Jr•' that destroying disease which slays its thousands annually., It is a happy issue, to the struggle when disease is conquered and health restored. Such an issue does not always end the struggle, but it did in the case of Mr. K. Morris, Memphis, Tenn., who saw'his wife wasting and weakening' and physicians helpless, and then sug­ gested the simple remedy that wrought the cure. He tells the story thus: "Seven years ago, my wife had a severe attack of lung' trouble, which the phy­ sicians pronounced consumption. The. spitting doctors being unable to help her, I in­ duced her to try Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and was surprised'at the great relief it gave. Before using one whole bottle she was cured, so that now she is strong and quite healthy. Tl«».t this medicine "saved my wife's life I have no.t the least doubt. 1 always keep Dr. Ayer's Cherry...

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. — 21 May 1898

\r J? J* & 'p ^Aih' 'v^ tyjj 3s- By '€•9 •gtei OLUME YI. .-W.'i $»*•. ii't Sii HONOR OF OUR FLAG. 1 IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN GUARDED FROM INSULT. Some "War Preparations That Followed Cases Net Wholly Unlike That of the Maine Jehn Boll Has Invariably Been the Chief Offender. There are a large number of prece­ dents tsM6h might aid in shaping ac­ tion in the Maine case when the facts are fully 'established. While none of the cases show the fearful loss of life .caused by the Maine explosion, yet they include many instances in which tJa® lOnJfted States had adopted energet­ ic jneasuFes to redress the killing of American 'citizens in ^foreign coun tries. In a. general xtfay these meth­ ods :re'dress have included demands for indemnity, proclamations exclud ing war ships of the offending nation Irom the United States harbors, dis­ play of fforce, non7intercourse, with drawal oof the minister, reprisal and blockade. Some of these steps bor­ der -closely on war, although they are regarded a...

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. — 21 May 1898

it" II «... I 1 THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. ^OFFICIAL PAPCK OF COOK COUNTY. CHRIS MURPHY, Editor and Fropietor. Toms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN., MAI 21,1808. KAFFIR BOY'S DARING FEAT. Kllla a Venomon« Black Spake for a Small Regard. A road party, comprising the usual jgang of Kaffirs, with a white man as su­ perintendent, was employed on the con­ struction of a road in the Tugela val­ ley, Natal, about 30 or more years ago. In the cwirse of their work they came on a huge stone which it was necessary to remove, but beneath it was the home of a large black mamba, well known to the neighboring inhabitants as being old, and therefore very venomou8. The mamba is the most deadly of the South African snakes, and the superintend eat anticipated some trouble oyer that rock. He offered a bribe for the snake's pkin, and the gang "wowed" and sat down to "bema gwi" (take snuff). But •a slim youth sauntered forward and •amid the jeers and protestations of the rest declared himself ...

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. — 21 May 1898

j" ./f /VA' '•ft •Pi1 OF LOCAli INTEREST Register Ca^hart made a flying, tnjpJLo Dalnth the first of the week. Robt. Howenstine, of Itasca, Wis., •was in town Thursday on business. THE HEBALD force is completely ioocked out with an attack of the grip. Hans Qilbertson Returned Sunday evening frosoDuluth greatl^ improved in health. "We acknowledge a pleasant call from Bwan Pearson who oame in from his Qunflinb hpme Thursday and left that afternoon for Duluth. .'Dan MoDonough passed through town the first of the week on his. return home ifrom the Canadian gold fields where he has been employed for some time past. County Attorney Titus returned Wed­ nesday from Duluth accompanied by hiB sister-in-law, Mrs. F. E. Titus, of To­ ronto, who oame to spend the summer with Mr. Titus and family. Minnesota's volunteers, comprising the three regiments of state militia re­ cently mustered' into^ the servioe of the 17. S., left Camp Bamsey for the front last Monday. What was formerly known as the F...

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. — 21 May 1898

•fib. THE CAUSE OP DYSPEPSIA. an. Pa. a® a is lack of ritali% the absence ot nerve force the losa of the uf e-sQstaiiiing elements of the blood. From the\Republican, Scrantoa, Pa. The primary cause of dyspepsi? erveforc No organ can properly perform its func tions when the source of nutriment fails. When the stomach is robbed of the nour­ ishment ^en^anded by nature, assimilation ceases, unnatural gases are generated the entire system responds to'the discord, A practical illustration of the symptoms and torture of dyspepsia is furnished by the case of Joseph T. Vandyke, 440 Hick* ory St.. Scranton, Pa. In telling his story, Mr. Vandyke says: "Five years ago I was afflicted -with trouble of the stomach, :i -which was very aggra­ vating. I had no appe­ tite, conld not enjoy my self at any time, and es 1 pecially was the trouble severe when I awoke in the morning. I did not know what the ailment. was, but it became stead­ ily worse and I was -in constant misery. "I called in my family ...

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. — 28 May 1898

4 .f S •PICTURES BY WIRE. 'IS •HAS THE GREAT PROBLEM BEEN ^REALLY SOLVED v.^ 1 Poor Galician School Teacher Said to Have Completed an Invention That Does the Work—Submits. Some Proofs an Evidence. •s'A popr Galician school teacher is re­ ported to have'solved the problem over which many leading scientists have la boreiin vain for years. It is announc .v ed that he has perfected an apparatus -which will not only transmit pictures wire, but Which, will transmit mov­ ing images, in all their natural colors, says the Detroit Free Press. That is, ,= the apparatus is so' all-sufficient in op­ eration that if a man were to bow to the transmitter in Detroit his image in the act of bowing would be repro­ duced on a screen in Chicago, or in any city to which the line might extend. His facial expression, his clothes, his very wink, would be accurately trans­ mitted. Indeed, it would seem that at —_ 3 irn ~ifvm:i tnwrfJbm-n, .{iwHit-m 'in/ift ii'iniiiwii iiii111 Jit WMIHMto'ii.'ifi!!! •I IfriiV...

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. — 28 May 1898

•S^«Jk^TW...-fc&lSt&sjtf *.-£ Ct.^ c#P' Mw L^r ^S»». •rV: !5r: ^54. V-. lb Sp ,Jt7 I? In £4A ^JI-=4? «I^3VT-V IS^S|^FN 4. I*"V^ (ISSK^ R^H SI -T I4^ |=VI. ^CtiR £jc&S&jii-'^J.'i£i> ±v* a STkn r'f'-V-v^ivA THIS COOK OPUNTT HSRALD. OmC^,L PA*^J OF ClO.OK COUMTlt. CHRIS I^UIIPHV,Editor ipdrropietor.,, ttJg?X&F Terms, 11.00 Year in Advance. GRAND MAS4-IS. MJNN.. MAf 28,1898. The world would lose nothing if Spain *rere literally wiped off the map. The Spanish fleet js givipff £h» urorld pa object lesson on the value of having the speedi08$ warships in tjtfle pf war. Admiral Dewey has made another market for horse meat, which is being pat in Manila becpt)se no other zqe^t oan be hajd, owing to the blockade. The soldiers now on tbejr way to Phil* Jipine Islands will be disappointed if JJbey think that the expression, ''climate bot sod moist," in Admiral Dewey's latest report, is meaningless. Getting Spain's cable communications won Id not make the slightest differenc...

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. — 28 May 1898

jggpHiR 1 1 OF LOOAii INTEREST. Sam. McOlellan came down fcom Du fiuth Wednesday enoins. $% ..Is H. Mayhew left on the Dixon Wedne* l|day evening for Gunflint, \,, Miss Bom Seott left on the Dixon JThnrsday afternoon for a visit with |&iends in Bearer Bay. Jaw. A. Tucker left few his home at ^Gtanfiint Sunday evening, after a short iTisit with friends in town. Mrs. Engelaon and children left for their home at Tofte Thursday afternoon ^^accompanied by Mrs. John Matheson. f, J. F. Mortimer left Tuesday morning |for his old&ome in Milwaukee where he ,Jhaa been offered a position on one of the %ailr6adK A. J. Harker and family passed ^through town on the Dixon Sunday «vftning bound for their farm in Hoyland 'township. :v Peter Nelson, of the Johnson Nickel -Mining company, came down froia Lnt* •en Wednesday evening and returned Thursday afternoon. P. M. Graff, B. P. Paine and a number of other Hovland farmers passed through town on the Dixon Wedpeeday evening on their way to the...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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