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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 2 July 1898

|i?£ VSH I HOW VtRLfEF CAME. Mftom Cole County Democrat, Jefferson City, !&««• Wnen la grippe visited this section about years ago Herman H. Eveler, of 811 $gsi*'' W. Main St., Jefferson Mo.t was one jj£ the victims.'and has nance been troubled with r-M the after-effects of the disease. f~ 4 1 He isa 'well-known contractor and builder, a business requiring much mental and physi ,'-cal work. A year ago his health began to fail and he was obliged to discontinue work. That he liyes today is almost a miracle. He 6ays: 'I was troubled with shortness of breath, f1,'i. palpitation of the heart' and a general de k, bility. My back also pained me severely. "I tried one' doctor after another and numerous remedies suggested by my friends, but without apparent benefit, and began to give up nope. Then •A. Contractor's Difficulty. jy relieved and was satisfied that the pills were putting me on the road to recovery. I bought two more boxes and Continued taking them. "After taking four boxes of...

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. — 9 July 1898

if-:- J- 1 A RARE^ JEWEL. ^'Strawberries! Strawberries! Very fine a&d fresh—iady, please buy." Ifot Madeline Joyce shook her head, -I do not want any, child." Aa*d ithe strawberry girl passed on. Madeline gazed after her with sad, '"Violet-gray eyes. "Poor and proud! Proud and poor!" ®be murmured to herself. "Oh, my (God1 why was I not yonder ragged strawberry girl, or even the child who •sweeps the crossings, and 'earns an honest penny now and then? But now —now my hands are tied tfy mamma's :absurd prejudices! Well, Beatrice, "what is it?" For her younger sister -had come noiselessly in, "The bill from the baker's, Made­ line." "Another Will Did you tell the 'man we had no money, Beatrice'?". "What would bavre been the use, Maddy? OT course, 1 did not ^ellhim." "And mamma?" "She does irot Ttntrw she is 'reading in the parlor she "will "not let me*mend the tablecloth sire says it is not work for lajflies. (Qh, iMa'ddy, what shall -we do?" Madeline arose and'began pacing im­ pat...

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. — 9 July 1898

ftiaagME WW A '. TJ^BJ COOS COUNTY HBRAbD pppiciAij VAPEI QFQOO^COUNT Y. Clll^If? JLURPHy, Editor ai^d Propietor. Terms, Sl.OQ Year in Advance. GRAND MABAIS. MjtNN., JULY 9,1898. MODERN SCIENCE. jPfedlcHoni for the Tvrentietk pen. tnry Are Broad. It may be that we are, withregpeet to (the coming- century, in the same imma­ ture mental condition in prhich. the peo­ ple of the eighteenth centijry were with regard to the nineteenth, says the Pop­ ular Scien.ce Monthly. If some one in the preceding century ha,^ dared to pre­ dict the wonderful achievements of the nineteenth, he would probabiy have been declared a fool, and treated as was Robert Mayer, in Germany, in this jcentury, who, after the discovery of the law of the conservation of force, was put into an insane asylum. A like fate might befall the man who should dare now to cast a horoscope for the twen­ tieth century, and to predict the prog­ ress of the human mind in the various domains pf scientific research. After all, those ...

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. — 9 July 1898

Jf sr' 3 •I 4 iv! I -1 .'•' i*3F LOCAL INTEREST. jtfJSp -s H. SL Bartlett left for Dulath Tues­ day morning. gflfgQ O. E. Erickeon left for Minneapolis Thursday to yist his father who is ill. Mass, J. 0. Eriokflon returned Wednes­ day evening from avisitin Weet Duluth. A .regalarg meeting of the board of county commissioners will be held next Monday. 1?. S. G. Plant And family, of Grand Portage, passed through town on the Dixon Thursday on their way to Daluth, ?Capt. John -Glow of the government yaeht, Vidette, and Mies Emma Hand -gartner, of Beaver Bay, were married in West Superior last week. (Register Cathart received word this "week from 'his brother, Ned, who is at jOamp Thomas,- saying that he had been .promoted to the rank of corporal. Mrs. O. S. Humes, of Dnluth, combined business with pleasure on her visit to Orand Marais this week. She brought with her a stock of mihnery which she disposed .of to the ladies here. The steam yacht Maryette arrived here yesterday afternoon wi...

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. — 9 July 1898

3 4 js! Sk Xt 4^ I '*|£OF LOCAL. INTEREST. H. IL Bartlett left for Duluth Tues­ day morning. 9 wJe? *r** O. E. Erickeon left for Minneapolis Thursday to vist his father wbo is ill. M*s. J. 0. Erickeon returned Wednes­ day evening from a visit in We«t Daiuth. A .regular# meeting of the .board of county cGmamsioners will be held next Monday. W. S. G. Plank and family, of Grand Portage, passed through town on the Dixon Thursday on their way to Daiuth, ^Oapt. John Clow of the government yaeht, Vidette, and Miss Emma Hand partner, of Beaver Bay, were married in West Superior last week. Register Carhart received word this !week from 'his brother, Ned, who is at ^Camp Thomas,- saying that he had been promoted to the rank of corporal. Mrs. O. S. Humes, of Dulath, combined {business with pleasure on her visit to 3-rand Marais this week. She brought with her a.stock of mihnery which she disposed .of to the ladies here. The steam yacht Maryette arrived here yesterday afternoon with an outing p...

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. — 9 July 1898

Nervous andjired Was Not Able'to do Her Work Until Hood's Sarsaparilla Cured. "I was troubled with headaches, ner­ vousness and tint'tired feeling. I read in the papers aboat .Bood's S|jcpaparilla and began taking it. Il-am now able tb do my work, as HootTs "Sarsaparilla has relieved me." MRS. T. F. RICH, Hampshire, I1L Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's GreatestMedicIne. $1 six for $5. Hood's Pillsindigestion, biliousness. A Boom In Real Estate. Dumley—How mu€h do you ask foi that piece of land? Robinson—Oh! one*of Melba's songs. Dumley—To. the tune of—? Robinson—Fiv« ithousand dollars.— Judge. List of Patent* Iwnefl l4ut Week to Northwestern Inventors. Charles B. Aske, Duluth, Minn., game apparatus John. J. Flyckt, War­ ren, Minn., chisel holder William C. Humphrey, Jamestown,.N. D., cyclist's brace and back support Henry C. Johnson, Fargo, N.. B., steam boiler flue cleaner Jared 3. Lobdell and A. Taleatt, Minneapolis, Minn., stop cock box Alexander McSDougall, Duluth, Minn., dredgi...

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. — 16 July 1898

^'rV '-t i,"r *i- /l ,r .rf® If 3 1*K4» A LAST FOUR LEAGUES. It i. •'. was sundown in "Santa Rosalia. "The rainy season was on in Cuba, and low, rumbling thunder had been heaTd •all the afternoon. That is, the people "who lived in the lftfle cluster of palm thatched "houses cabled Santa Rosalia thought It was thunder. And so it was —tho dSstant roar of Spanish artillery that came up from the south. One little cottage stood by the wad •side, some distance apart from the otheas. It was fihe home of the Mon cadflfe. The fatiher, Jose, was dead. He had fallen a. victim to the last, "the "ten years'" vwar. Three 1 SOBS we're left to carry osi the fight, and tfcrey were thasn with Brigadier Lopez Recto. Only mother and Emilia, the sister, a little girl of 12 years, were left "at shorn© t® •watch and pray to God t© aid fh© •Cn 4ans in tfc«flr struggle for liberty- Suddenly Hhe noise of clattering "hcftfFs fcame from the soutSiweSt. TPhe still might air Ijore the axcnrista'ka'b'te f&aun...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 July 1898

THE COOK COUNTY HERALD. |gf OFFICIAL PAPEI OF COOK CCHJJJTY. GHKIS MURPHY, Editor aodp^ietor. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. GRAND MARAIS. MINN.. JULY 16, SLEEP, WORK#, AND LONGEVITY. Proves Tliat the idea of Eight Hours' Rent Is Erroneous. Some of the greatest- workers pf our p!ay have done with much less than eigh hours of sleep, says the Britisih iMgdical Journal. Dir. James Legge, professor of Chines-e in the University of Pxford, who has just died at the age of 82, was, it is said, in the habit of rising1 at three a. m. and allowing himself only five hours of sleep. Brunei, the famous engineer, for a considerable part- of has life worked nearly 20 hours a day. Sir George A. Elliott, afterward Lord Heathfield, who was in command throughout tihe great siege of Gibraltar, which lasted four years, never during all that time slept more than four !bours out of the 24. "As I get old," said Humboldt, "I want more sleep—four hours at least. When I was young, two hours of sleep were qui...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 July 1898

.¥M« JKff ,» h". wm & ,vJvuj •$4i, ."St pi&s: h.-* y^Miris 'IVl Ui T$t a. if A P.'S- ti ik 14 t*jg mb 4 I+SLi SSIffiwMS^ ay have fdical ^Oprhja rof essor of IM«g ^7 f**vV*f' admiration than for imitation '"hut & 5s^'i they serve tg show tftiaf longevity and|§ J«R small allowance of sleep are not in all ir' fiat hunts are becoming very common a a a (o.) correspondent, and it is just beAig discovered that some very'smooth! & tricks are bfci,ng played by the oppos- Wb r)" •.-•'ft fugf ^armies'* of hunters./ A rat'hunt has just been Concluded hefe'i^vvhJch: 11,456 rat tails wet£ counted*' and a gupper was given to the winners. One prowd brought in «,f0® other 4,654 tails. It that one of the leaders of thewinnings ,# prowd bought from parties at Madison' ^ad recently held a rat hunt $L?"jw,c| .1,486 tails, paying -one cent each for |l Jl c^he first 1,000 tails and two-thirds of **i ^jfe* **t '/itjS'r'A -1 ft cen* ^°r 486 H0pM* ^e 'jh* s» :jrap^Xegg^,' xford, who baa^ustdt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 July 1898

TiliS COOK COUNTY HERALD. OiTI.'lAL, r.M-i:i OF COOK COl'N'I V. ("IlllIS Mt'P.tdlY. Eaitor am! rroni.Sor. Terms. sl.UO a Year Advance.« URAND M.\ RAIS. MINN.. LY 10, MIS. SLEEP, WORK AND LONGLVsTY. Proves TUnt the IiIcr of Eiijlat Hours' I I Poir.o of the jh a a "-i11wsrhcrs •Medical Journal. Dr. James Lcrrfre. on- I'r.rincr "V,'o profc-^ur of Chinese in the rr.ivcrsity of r-vclrr of oars. lie Oxford, who lias .just died at Ike ai'c of Had \vn •. was, it is said, in the habit of redi:y it:o •"I'sl y. him :t •it three a. m. and a-'-lowincr h:niseif only j, ], pi ho hmd live hours of sleep, Idruiud, tlu- famous) i•ns_'iiu er, for a considerable ]».»rt of his life worked nearly 20 hours a day. Sir (ieorre A. Kiiiort, afterward Lord ,i leatli'lehi, who was in eoir.mand thi\iN£!uiut t-ho i.reat siep't' of Gibraltar, wh'.eh lasted fo:ir years, r,e\or durir.jr all 1hat time slept n.Vire th.an fi.ur 'ionrs out of the !21. ",\s I ect old," saiil llumbNdt, "I "want more sleep—four io.urs at l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 16 July 1898

OF IjOCAII INTEREST. ¥$W. v^H. Mayhew Wfent to Duluth .Tuesday.. t' Mre. John Matheson went to Duluth •Tuesday for a visit -with friends. Mrs, C. S. Durfee reoeiyed a jLetter from •her husband this week saying that he is ,-yery sick in St. Paul. County Commissioners Jackson, of Hovland, and Engelson, of Tofte, were :f jn town attending the annual meeting of the county board Monday and Tuesday. L. Cowles, of the Cleveland Leader, with his family^ and Dr. Brown and fam­ ily, of Orange, Texas, arrived here Wed­ nesday evening to enjoy a few days trout fishing. r?, Jos. L. Nemaskawash, who has been appointed postmaster at Grand Portage to succeed Moses Madwayosh, resigned, was in town Tuesday getting his bonds fixed up. The corner stone of the new state cap itol will be laid on 27th icst. The capi tol commissioners have arranged an ex­ tensive program to be carried out on that occasion. The Spaniards have nicknamed the "Vesuvius the "earthquake thrdwer." The explosion of her shells is s...

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. — 16 July 1898

sap,. Appetite^Sfrength Without the First You Cannot Have I! Mfk "f th® Last-%pl Hood'B Sarsapariiia gives both. It gently tones the stomach and gives diges­ tive power, creates an appetite and invig­ orates the system. By making the blood rich and pare it strengthens the nerves and gives refreshing sleep., Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. $1 six for $5. Hood's Pills are the favorite cathartic. 25c. Nature. "Yagbums." are described in a Pitts­ burg paper as armed men who prey on tramps, and two of them recently killed, a person of that kind. Is it pos­ sible that there are lower men who prey yaghums ?—Judge. AN QPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS. We are asserting in the courts our right to the exclusive use of the word "CASTORIA," and "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," as our Trade Mark. I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Massa­ chusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same that has borne and does now bear the 1Jac-simile signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER on every wrapper. T...

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. — 23 July 1898

*#'^1 -f 9 4» i\ -X a 1 'm it rtili NHS mm VQ^ME YII. v. A DREAM REALIZED. •P -i John Overton sat alone,. smoking his pipe. He could hear the men as they laughed and joked around the camp '•t fire, but he could not Join in their saneiTy-making. Five,years ago he had left his east­ ern home to endure the privations of .a mining engineer in a new country. A scheme carried out successfully placed his name prominently before the scientific world. He felt elated that night, yet his thoughts would turn to her. In the years that had gone by much of the bitterness of that quar Tel had passed away. After all, she was only a girl then, sweet Priscilla •Grey. His mother had dreaded to see him -go away so far. She had enough for both, but when he and Priscilla quar­ reled the course of his life seemed •changed. His mother had died since, and he had come into her fortune. Yet still he tarried. He had grown to love the West. "Why is the paleface brother sad?" "Why, you naughty little girl, why •d...

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. — 23 July 1898

MBS! THE goOK COUNTY- HERALD. OFFICIAL PAJ?ES OF C,Q,9P Cocirry. «HRIS MtfRPHY,EMt6r Propi.etor. rt -Terms. $1.00 a Year in A^Lvanqe. I^VWe haven't fre^rd of any newspaper *han being incon vemenced by the scarci tJ of iptepnal reveu^ stamps. ^"-"U or E an at on *, jlhegunnerj of oar sajlprf the less ia .oljn^tjpn they have t.Qi asorapwith our '. pavy. /The war will forever if Sp^iin £ol}ows Sagasta'a idea of waiting for the Spanish army to win a viotory before .asking for pea#©, If the annexation of Hawaii means pnythju)g, it means that a majority in £Qth branch of ^pngrees favor the adoption of a colonial pollioy by this government. ^angi-ess*adjourned willingly because -it had discovered that the attention of the country was so fully engrossed by the war that little was left for congres­ sional doipgs. Gen. Blanco and Admiral Camara should not be too .envious of the atten­ tion Admiral Cervera, our distinguished prisoner, is receiving their turn will popn come, unless peace does. ...

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. — 23 July 1898

PI JGL OF ZJOCAJJ INTEREST. I 'Postmaster Nelsa$ of Latsen was in •*\fcown this week on business. |j£ j^W. T. Bailey and family of Dalaih i^ Were here this week on a fishing trip. H&£ Sans Gilbertson left for Dnluth -Thursday to have his eyes treated again, A. Bailey left for his home in Pennsyl vania Tuesday morning. He expects to jrejturn in aboat two months.' A general jtorm of district court for .the counties of Lake and 0o will be held at Two Harbors August 29th. 'k?.t ^Commissioner Engelson, of Tofte, •spent the week in town attending the meeting of the board,of equalization. George Wartner of Gunflint passed through town on the Dixon Wednesday evening on hi* way home from Dnluth. Ool. Oolvill returned home Wednesday Evening from Bed Wing where he has been for some time looking after his farm. Oommis8ioner Jackson and family and Mrs. John Eliason, of Hovland. are landing the week in town, Mr. Jackson attending the meeting of the board of equalization while the ladies are v...

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. — 23 July 1898

mmM •J "jt^ Purified Blood1''' ^WO^DEIIS Wat Weak and Nervous But Hood's 1^1^.,Made Mlm Healthy and Strong. ^1"* very dull and could not '^.^'•'ileep at night. Aiter I had taken two S»ttl8s of Hood's Sareaparilla I felt more like mj%elf and was soon healthy and strong. 'Hood'a Sarsaparilla purified my Mood- and did me much good." ROY M. DAUB, Hammond, Minn. Hold's Sarsapariila la Am^ca'a^Greatest Medicine, $l six for fa. 1 llodd'&PJllscure indigestion, biliousness. A Disnstrous Cnll. "And—nh—was he called suddenly?" iskedtbe heir of the deceased cattle man. 1 "He wasn't called at all," Rubber meek Bill explained. "It all come from iiis calilnl the other feller." Kilst of ..Patents Issued Last Week to litortli western Inventors. Albert B. McMullen, Lennox, S, D., Voidable straw carrier for threshing machines s. Jehlel T. Moore, Minneapo­ lis, Minn.,, telephone holder Thomas J. Martin, Sleepy Eye, Minn., drainable pipe for tanks Carl Rondell, Minneap­ olis, Minn., bundle carrier f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 July 1898

'•'•Si Balloons are going to play an im portant part in the work of our navy iround Cuba, and each day of delayed action -will make them more needful in observing the Spaniard's strength Jfj 9ned lines of defense. y: The( tortuous waterways and the generally land-locked, nature of the harbors, their narrow fortified en­ trances, and the excellent retreats the wide reaches of water offer to their 'V? ships make it imperative that we have I 3ome fairly safe and reliable means of making reconnoissances of the Span­ iards' positions. The fighting tops, yes, even the mastheads, are of little avail for observation at the distances imposed by the watchful batteries of 1 the enemy, and the captive balloon alone solves the difficulty. This is es­ pecially so where high promontories like those of Santiago de Cuba and San %\|i Juan completely shut out the harbor from view and make hitting a fleet 4, therin mere guesswork. Recent experi­ ments in Germany, France and Rus­ sia have emphasized the...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 July 1898

&.'• -TjaB COOK UOUNTY HERALD^ OFFICIAL PAPEJ OF COOK COUNTY. Wi CHEIS MURPHY, Editor and Propietor. Terms, $1.00a Ye&rin Advaace/l^ ^-v^ steivss .• i- GRAND MARAIS, MINN,. JULY 30.1898. CATCHES SIXTY REPTILES, ^accessfal Two Weeks' Hunt in New York State by jEt^ttle* snake Pete. Peter Gruber, better known as "Rat­ tlesnake Pete," has returned from a two weeks' hunt for rattlers in the southern part- of New York state and the northern, part of Pennsylvania. He brought with him over 60 snakes, in­ cluding' rattlers, copperheads, spotted Adders and racers, and also several quarts of snake oil. "Pete" started out with a friend named- E. U. Sutton, a few miles this side of Olean. and followed the rocky hills down to Oil City, the center of the petroleum district, which is thick­ ly infested with all kinds of snakes. Although he handled nearly 100 live snakes, he was not bitten once, al­ though he was attacked occasionally. One snake that- he grabbed by the tail struck at his bod...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 July 1898

IK B&: OF LOCAL INTEREST. 'h-%. Chris. Holte went to Duluth Tuesday Ed. Jokoson left on the Dixon Thursday afternoon for Duluth. Wm, Howenstine returned home Tues­ day morning from Fort William. .£ Mrs. .John Matheson returned home from Duluth Wednesday evening. Ohas. Makoso, Indian policeman at Grand Portage, came up Thursday on the Dixon, Ole Anderson and John Eriokson re turned in their sail boat Sunday after­ noon from Duluth. S. F. and Bobert Howenstine came down on the Dixon Sunday evening to supervise the work of making the survey of the harbor. Mrs. John Eliasen and Mrs. Fred Jack­ son returned to their homes iri Hovland Sunday evening after spending the week with friends in town. Andrew Larson went to Duluth Thurs­ day to purchase material for the con­ struction of a residence which he will erect on the west side of the bay. Andrew Everson, Isaac Johnson, An­ drew Olson, Andrew Pederson, Gust and Charles Anderson and S. Bindall left on the Dixon Thursday afternoon for D...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cook County herald. — 30 July 1898

k\ "v* iy I Eat in Haste And suffer at leisure. When your abused stomach can* no longer cheerfully and properly perform its duties, a few doses of Hood's Sarsaparilla are like fresh water to a withered plant. This medicine tones the stomach, restores digestive strength, creates an appetite and with a little care in diet, the patient is soon again in per a. .Try it and you '11 believe it. fect health. Hood's fc Sarsa- parilla la America's Oreatest Medicine. Hurt's Pills cure constipation. 25 cents. Different, Stranger (to Highlander)—Sandy, are you cold with the lcllt? Sandy—No, mon but I'm nigh kilt Wi' the cauld.—Boston Traveler. rferves Out ot Tune. just as the strings of a musical Instrument Set out of tune through lack of care ami break out Into ear-torturing discords when touched, so the human nerves gat out of tune, and ^make everybody miserable that comes In contact with them. Every tobacco-user's nerves are out of tune more* or less, and the real tobacco-slave's nerves are r...

Publication Title: Cook County Herald, The
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