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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 21 September 1906

p i ItaJlroad Tares Unfunded UotU Ways THIS WEEK WE COMMENCE A Fall Opening Sale Of Extraordinary Interest Every Department -will be teeming witK special val ues. Three Hundred thou sevnd dollars wortK of Fcvll Merchandise at evs- torvisHing savings. Matchless Values IN Women's autumn and winter suits and wraps women's tailored skirts and waists, women's fall and winter milli nery, men's and boys' suits and over coats, silks and dress goods, misses' and women's furnishings, carpets, furniture, dry goods of every description, house- furnishings, etc. DAVIDSON BROS. CO. Sioux City, Iowa m STVRGES BROS, 4ti Pearl St., SIOUX CITY. IOWA Good, Strong1 Wax Grain Upper Leather Team Nets ait $5.00 5 wide Bars and heavy Lashes. Absolutely tbo cheapest Net to buy, as tbey will Inst seven or tight years, with any kind of care. We also Handle all kinds of Bee Goods Th Herald for News THE AK-SAR-BEN FESTIVAL HAS MADE OMAHA FAMOUS. "SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME HALF FARE (October 1st to 5th) All R...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 21 September 1906

A NERVOUS WRECK tuts. Geoea Gained 28 Peando end FVeeover Her Hearth by TeWng Or. William' Pink Pllla, ' Goaeral debility Is a term that oovwt taailituUo uf nums whore Uxsre it na K-iM disease, yet (be patient continue JOBS I T CI VU RUN , m ,.wu- clnea have no apparent effect. Tola it the decline that leswis to dcathlf dmdI axe not found to cWk it. la a arc Majority of rase Dr. Williams' Pink Fins will check it and restore health mad streagth because they actually make new Mood and so seud renewed vitality U very organ and tissue of the body. Mrs. 8. A. Green, whose address is Box 29, R. F. D. No. 4. Franklin. Oa., aavs: "For three aad a half years I tnffered with weakliest and nervous Beta, complicated with stomach trouble. At timet I was confined to my bed for periods ranging from three watts to two months aud waa under the physisiau'a care most of the tune for tiiree years. I do not know the cause oi my trouble but I was prostrated with weakness and, al though I took a great dea...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 21 September 1906

WOMEN'S IDEA OP BUSINESS Taeeaaada of "Uim((" Glree Caa at Matae Out Mommy Reeelpt. Thousands of (Iris art tent out hits tli world wTth whnt Is en Hod finished educations who cannot even Rive a prop tr receipt for money, to ssy nothing of drawing a promissory note, a draft or a bill or understanding the slgniu cance and Importance of bustuess con tracts, says O. 8. Madren, In Success. Such a woman presented n check for payment to tbe paying teller of her bank. He passed It back to her wtth the request that ahe be kind enough to Indosae It. The lady wrote on the back of the check, "I have done business with this bunk for many years and 1 believe It to be all right" Mrs. J a mil B. Brown. Another society woman In New York presented a check for payment at the bank and the teller told her that It wus not signed. "Oh. do they have to be signed?' ahe responded. "What on awful lot of red tape there Is about the banking business." 1 1 know of a womnn whose husband made a deposit for her In ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 21 September 1906

Robert B. Brown, of Zanesville, O who wrs elected commander In chief of the 0. A. R. at the Minneapolis oncauipnient, en listed In the 15th Ohio Infantry at the age of 16 year and served In tbt 14th Army corps In the Army of the Cumberland until be was mustered out In 1804. He then rc-enltsted as a veteran soldier, BOBEBT B BBOWW. an(j guoh until the end of the war. He was a private throughout the first three years of his service, and then became a non commissioned oflicer. lie has always been active and prominent In the work of the Grand Army. Mr. Rrown Is now editor of tha Zanesvllle Courier. lie was born In 1845. : : The son of the late Marshal Bazaln of France will soon publish a book to vindicate bis father's memory. II is an officer In the Spanish army. Mrs. Pearl Mary Teresa Cralgli (John Oliver Ilobbes) died suddenly In London of heart disease. She was 39 years old. In addl- 4 VS 1 J VV SLAV. S, IIUI B MO a novelist and play wright, by which she is best known, he made freque...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 September 1906

at DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906. NUMBER 5. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THE NEWS CP THE WHOLE WORLD. BANDITS ARE ROUTED AFFAIR IX MKXICO NOT A REVO. UTION. Sharp Skirmish at Jlmlncx -Several of the Outlaw Band Killed by Troops, Who Regain Possession of the Town About 100 In Revolutionary Army A courrier Just arrived says that the revolutionists and a force from Ciu dad Porfirlo Dlas clashed Wednesday night at Victoria, about five miles south of Jimlnex, that one ranger was killed and that the revolutionists left several dead. They scattered and are being; pursued by Mexican troops. Jiminez is now In possession of the latter. The affair is regarded aa pos sessing; but little of a revolutionary or political character. An Eagle Pass special received late Thursday says: "A government force of seventy-five cavalrymen encountered forty self styled revolutionists thirty miles above here and dispersed them, killing two. One hundred more ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 September 1906

Dakota County Herald ruuDoxA. crrr, web. John K tteaua, - PwbMsher tt UVh n fnt woman to sneer at tf neighbor for padding. " ; ,rr ,', ; , ., : There Is a grester demand for sim ilized thinking than for slmpllfieJ tpelllng. i John D. Rockefeller Is an advocate of (he simple life. Ills rule la to simply tot It and keep It, A man of the name of Aa una th trat place In New York's directory. He i doubly entitled to It. George Bernard Shaw siys Christians should not make fortunes. We know f some who are not doing so. Some persons collect cigar bands. Russell Sage collected money. Of the two, Sage was the more sensible. The Rev. Dr. Stuart would "consign bolltlclana to an everlasting retire bent." That la one way of putting It. Truly, aa the Atlanta Constitution Bays, "riches do not bring happiness," but they help to preserve It when the bll! come in. It Is presumed, however, If the mat ter were put to a vote, the people who can't spell correctly under any systvii would win by a large maj...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 September 1906

IT WILL BE A TERROR TO COUNTRY "SFELLnr MATCHES." !HJIJI'A. J, U V "I. V ; m - .- - a' ' " 11 . ''.. ! 7.'.--'; : ' y A safe Ix't Is the one yon were goh j -Rocky Mountain News. A SECOND SAN FRANCISCO. Strlrken Valparaiso and the Earth quake Which Devaluated It. Valparaiso, the South American city that has suffered a fate similar to that ot San Francisco, la built upon 19 hills or mountains belonging to the coast range and varying from 300 to 1,100 feet In height These hills are some times separated by deep ravines through which flow small streams of water. The level ground along the bay covers only a narrow strip, In some places wide enough for four parallel streets, In others barely wide enough for two. It Is nowhere more than one half mile In width. Much of this nar row strip was made by filling up the low ground along the bay and protect ing it from the sea by stone walls and Iron rails. Streets In the level part of the city are generally straight, but the hills are reached by w...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 September 1906

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOHH H. REAM, ITBL1SUER. ubcription Trice. $1.00 Yet Yesr. h. weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for tbe transmission of this pn per through the nails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 4.1. Republican Ticket. STATE ITnlU'it States Senator Norrl Brown .(dW I.. Nhelilon M. II. Hopewell ieo. t Jtniktn K. M. Hesrle I.. J. Brlnn . T. Thompson tlovernor IJfnK-nnnt tlovernor Hwirtary of Htnti' A ml I tor Trfnwrer Attorney Oencral W tnllw-nv fntniilliiNlnnerfl II.. I. Wlllliett Koliert t'nWell I. A. William I ml (loinmliwloncr It. M. Knton Wuorrlntenilent J. ! Mellrlen CONOnKSSIONAI, Vinir'Knninn-Thlrl Dlstrlrt I. K. Hy! SENATORIAL Mnnnlnr KlHlith District ... .!. W. Willie Citizen! and Republican County Ticket :Minty Attorney K. S. Berry !oinmlKNlonrr Third IHitrlrt ..John Hlerk Republican Representative Convention Tb republicans of the ICtli re pre neutitive district if Aebrssks, are h...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 September 1906

W3 '"WW Railroad Fares Refunded BQTIHI WAYS To Out-of-Town Customers in Accor darce to the Following Schedule Willi flO Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 20 Miles With $15 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 25 Miles With (20 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 30 Miles With $25 Purchase wo will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 40 Miles With $30 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 50 Miles With $45 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 75 Miles With $60 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 100 Miles With $75 Purchase we wiil . Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 150 Miles Widi $100 Puuchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 200 Miles Purehbu at raiurn rmllroakd tlclc mt k.nd prcicnt km whn tiling for your btll. Whan purohaau do not moat tK traqxilrad tmounli allowano will b mat! proportlontlr W o m en's Fall Suits Coats Are Raady Don't...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 September 1906

PEUUNA PRAISED. r , tafajstai. MRS- ESTHER M. MILNCR. Bos 821, DeOraff, Ohio. X)r. 8. B. Tlartman, Columbus, Ohio : Dear Sir: I wss a terrible tuflerer from pelvic weakness and had headache continuously. 1 wn not able to do my Stousework for myself aod husband. I wrote you and described my condi tion aa nearly aa possible. Tou recom mended Pernna. 1 took four bottlo of It and waa completely cured. I think Peruna a wonderful medicine and fcav recommended it to my friends with the Try beat of result. 'Esther M. Milner. Very few of the great multitude of women who hare been relieved of some pelvic disease or weakness by Peruna ever consent to give a testimonial to be read by the public. There are, however, a few courageous, aelf-aacrlflcing women who will for the aake of their Buffering aistera allow their cores to be published. Mrs. Milner ia one of these. In her gratitude for her restoration to health stie la willing that the women of the whole world should know It. A chronic Invalid...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 September 1906

9T Afcoad tm Tim; T! tiring In the wrong ate," grvm kled (he little old man who wn sitting outside of the postofflce whittling tesch (tone. "How's that V queried the horseshoe Mlentnnn. "Why, be gum, t should hate been living la an age when thar wnn't noth ing but automobiles and airship." "Why so? Horses ever give you any fwubler "Trouble? Wnll. I reckon hey have. fvTbile I went to the circus fie old worn an ran away with a boss doctor. If there hadn't been any bosses thar couldn't have been any boss doctors and I would have had the old woman yet. No, air, young man, I was born too early." Troubles of Amateur. "I thought you had gone to raiting fcets," said the man from the city. "I 4on't sse any sign of them around here." "I had half a dozen colonies of the flnaet bees I could gt," answered the suburbanite, "and a wnole library of lit erature on bee raining; but they swarmed ene day, and while I was looking through ay books to find out what was the proper thing to do when bees iw ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 September 1906

KIXEV MANY HOSPITALS. Will Make Rc-rtommt-aAatloaa M StM-Mc ta V. . ' ' Surfsoa 0nersl Uixy of thr navy In tK trip around the wo.U acquired consid rablt Infonnatlou rocrernlnf the ho- Ital seriic of th navies of severs I countrins, but mora particularly th hos pital set rice of u United States. San Frsnclsco , found Wen that could be Improved at the hospital atatton and ha will recom mend that a deten tion bona for en listed men similar to that at Newport t constructed there. At Honolulu be found health conditions satisfactory. At Yokohama the United States hns a large naval hospital, over which the med ical corps eiercise complete Jurisdiction. This was found In good condition and work waa In progress upon a new admin istration building. At Nagasaki and Shanghai the sanitary conditions of the hospitals where the sick sailors are taken were found In fair condition, but not aa satisfactory aa the hospital at Yokohama. Surgeon General Hixey passed some time in the Philippines and not ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 October 1906

OA DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1906. NUMBER 0. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. OFFICER STEALS WIFE iuxaway iussiax pair ah. hivk ix paris. Young Army Officer Is Doing Closely Pursued by the Wronged General- Couple Accompanied to Paris by an FJderly Woman. Great interest was created in Paris Thursday when it was learned that fugitive Russian Lieut. Gabriel Esst poff, accompanied by the wife of Gen. Oushakoff, had arrived there on the steamer- from New York. They had come on the steamer Savoie, flying from from the vengeance of the hus band and former friend of Lieut. Essl poff. The runaways landed at Havre Thursday morning and arrived at the St. Lazare station Thursday night. They traveled under assumed names and were accompanied by an elderly woman. The passengers on the Sa voie were not aware of their Identity, but Esslpoff was recognized at the sta tion at Paris. He was completely sur prised when addressed an...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 October 1906

j ; ii. . , i. i,iv.ii:,,i-u-...-l-.t-j; 25 Dakota Ccssty BcsS JohevH- Time to put that Russian revolution In the "alleged" class. The Northwest rassage Is found, but Kobodf knows what to do with It The souvenir postal card bas led to murder In New York. Not at all surprising. FolltenM la the bridge that spnns the abyss between truth-telling and common aense. The difference between the drama and real life la that on the stage trage dies seem pathetic. Mark Twain Is to write an auto biography. Mark refuses to tackle any thing grave until be la dead. Teddy, Jr., bunted eleven days and got notlWng. Does be wish to bring gray hairs In sorrow to the grave? The Czar keepa a fortune-teller on feis payroll. No wonder the poor little father alwaya wears such a melancholy expression. The truth of the matter Is that the Russian peassntry are auspicious of eating freedom cake from the hand of Adam Zad. . A rich Pennsylvanlan has hired a trained nurse for bis sick bulldog. The strange part of It...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 October 1906

The Tarmor'8 Wiib Ii Tory careful about her churn. She scalds It thoroughly after using, and give It a sun bath to sweeten It. Mie knows that it her churn U sour It will taint tho butter that Is made In It. The stomach Is a churn. In tho stomach and digcstlvo and nutritive tracts are performed pro cesses which are almost exactly like tho churning of butter. Is It not apparent then that If this stomach-churn Is foul It makes foul all which Is put Into It? Tho evil of a foul stomach Is not alone tho bad tast In tho mouth and the foul breath causctl by It, but tho corruption of the puro current of blood and tho dissem ination of discasn throughout the body. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery makes tho sour and foul stomach sweet. It does for tho stomach what the washing and sun bath do for thochurn absolutely removes every tainting or corrupting cle ment. In this way It cures blotches, pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings, ores, or open eating ulcers and all humors or diseases a...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 October 1906

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOHH B. REAM, PCBLISnEIt. (subscription Trice. $1.00 Tcr Yesr. A weekly newspaper published At Dakota City. Piebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the rtinilt as second-class matter. Telephone No. 4.1. Republican Ticket. STATIC rnlted HUtei Senator Norrts Brown Governor Oeonw I Sheldon Lieutenant Governor M. R. Hopewell Secretary of State 4,.Oeo.O. Junkin A ml I tor K. M.rtearlc Treasurer I J. Brian Attorney General W.T. Thompson llnllm-iLV ntitntnlmilnnprs . II. J. Wlnnett Hubert Cowell J. A. William I And Commissioner II. M. KHton SiiDerintendent J. I McHrlcn COKORKftSIONAL Coiurressman. Third IMstrlrt J. F. Boyd BEltATORIAL Elehth District.... (loo. W. Wlltso Kennlor Citizens and Republican County Ticket County Attorney K. H. Berry Commissioner Third District. ..John Klerk Republican Repiesentative Convention. The republicans of the ICtli rcpre tentative district of Nebraska, are her...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 October 1906

If Railroad Fares Refunded IBOTEI WAYS To Out-of-Town Customers in Accor dance to the Following Schedule With 10 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 20 Miles With 15 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 25 Miles With (20 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 30 Miles With (25 Purchase wo will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 40 Miles With $30 Purchase vi will Refund Railroad, Fares for a Distance of 50 Miles With $45 Parchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 75 Miles With $60 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 100 Miles With $75 Purchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 150 Miles With $100 Puuchase we will Refund Railroad Fares for a Distance of 200 Miles PuroKKM av rciurn rallf'oatd tlokat Bind prwtnt am whan (!) for your bill. Whi purchaata d o not m.t tK rtiita amount, allowanaa will b m mada proporilonavtalyi W o m e n TiS Fall Suits (Coats Are Ready Don't pin y...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 October 1906

Overlooking ft Tom's a feelf "Why, Margery ! I thought you ""'J htm." "Well, we were sitting in the sofa last night and he het me that I wnHii't whistle. And I turned to him and puck ered Hp my Hps to start and" "Well?" "Well, he let me whistle!" Cleve land leader. Chinese laborer la Samoa get only 2.50 a month, besides board, lodging and medical attendance. They want 15, but the planters lay that that would make farming unprofitable. Mr. WtnloWl iwniw mn ! OLIMrea (Mibiati n(u11whv,lM USaMuaa. Lniu.nih4Wl mu fcU. Aa Appreciation. "Have you ever teen Ilamlet played precisely ns you thought It should be?" "No," answered Mr. Stormlngton. Barnes. "I have often wished I might be a spectator at one of my own per formances." Washington Star. Jap aa Carrlrr. Japanese steamers nre carrying a large part of the Philippine-Australia business each way. Cure Forjhe Blues ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED Health Fully Restored and the Joy of Life Regained. When acheerf ul, brave, light-hearted w...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 October 1906

Ahead f tha Time. Tin livtng In the wrong age," pin tied the tittle old man who wis sitting outside of the postofDee whittling a ech stone. "How's that?" queried the horseshoe alesman. "Way, be gum, I should have been living In an sge when thar waa't noth ing but automobiles and airships." "Why so? Homes ever gits yon any fnubler- "Trouble? Wall, I reckon they hats. While I west to tha clrcso too oU wom an ran away with boss SseOer. If there hain't been any aisous tbar wouldn't bore been any baaa doctera and I wosid hare bad the aid wests yet , No, air, young man, I was horn too early." ' Too Piinf, "Mister," said the braised and bat tered mas as he entered the per office, "I want you t op ay pa per. I can't stand the comic pago." "Wy," replied the clerk, la aurpriaa, "our comic page is conceded ta be the funniest out" "That's Just It, young man ; it Is too funny. Why, last night while I waa reading some of the Jokes la tha kitch en, I started to laugh, and, by guan, I laughed so lo...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 October 1906

HOMINEES FOE GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK. i s I J 1'RIXt'E IIENBY. Prince Henry of rruiwta, who has been made commander In chief of all the German squadrons In active service, Is the sailor prince of the empire and the only surviving brother of Kaiser Wilhelm. He was born Aug. 14. J 802, In rotsdam, and while but a mere boy learned tlio rough and practi cal work of a sail or. It Is said that through merit alone he lias been advanced to the va rious naval grades. In disposition I'rlnce Henry Is pleasant and Jovial; he has a great (Unlike of court eti quette and lxwsesses a peculiar charm of manner which he displayed to ad vantage while In Chicago during bis visit to the United States a few years ago. He Is a brother-in-law of tins I'zar, a nephew of the King of Eng land, and one of his sisters is the wife of the Crown Trlnce of Greece. I'rlnce Henry Is a great favorite with the Kaiser, whose life he saved In 1874. Charles Kdgar Llttiefleld, member of Congress from the Second District of Mai...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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