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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 18 December 1908

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITT, KEB. JOHN U. REAM, ... pnbllatier Isn't It about time for another change fhl the style of our 2-eent poatago tamp On trsnble with a universal lan guage Is that no many men could not Stay at borne leng enough to learn It A Bootoa woman Is suing for divorce McanM her husband threw a pie In her fact. It must not have hit the right The people of France arc drifting around te the point where thoy are In favsr ef more babies for other people. TradltUa seems to have sustained a hard jolt through the fact thnt It was tot the German empress who talked too Much. now the Oar of Russia must despise the Emperor of Germany for permlt ting a legislative body to lay down roles of conduct for him 1 A Kansas man who married a school pa'am complains that his wlfo always a "nme a dictatorial attitude whenever the bears the school bell ringing. Now who would ever nave suspected that such a kindly disponed old soul as Uncle Edward of England would have "taken the troublo...

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. — 18 December 1908

II 11 PHI GIFTS . mi ii ii mi Government Has Given to Settlers 112,000,000 Acres, and Has More than Enough Left to Make Four States as Large as Texas Vast Projects of Irrigation. No wonder the world calls us rich. What other country could make the prodigal gifts to Its people which Un tie Sam tins lnnde from the public do inaln. ' This government has already lven to settlers 112,000,000 acres of land But what the government has given away Is only a small garden In com parison with what It has to give. The public domain, taking into considera tion land of all sorts, good and bad, amounts to the colossal sum of 754, 805,280 acres more than enough to make four states as large as Texas, it Is true that almost half of this vast area Is in Alaska, where farms will always be about as valuable as as they re at the north pole. Out it is also true that there 200,000,000 acres of public land in the United States proper that, sooner or later, will be devoted to agricultural purposes. In the ari...

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. — 18 December 1908

Dakota County Heraldl 8tbacription Trice. $1.00 Fer Year. a weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the ransmission of this paper through the triHiis as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. W Items of Interest from our Exchanges f e Wynot Tribune: Z M Baird was down from Hartington Friday and of course called around to risit the print bop. Ly ens Mirror: Mrs 8 8 Brown re turned from Sioux City Hatnrday, where she visited the family of her son, B II Brown. Lyons Sun : Mrs Dow Wilson and children of Homer are risitiog at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Hen ry Gates, near Bertha. West Point Democrat: Dr E J De Bell arrived Wednesday from Rosebud, S D. From heie he and his wife, who has been here a few weeks, will go to Chicago and other eastern cities. Decatur Herald: Lee Beck and Olen Olbrey were county seat risitors Saturday.... Mr and Mra II V Olbrey and Miss Lillie Busse are visiting rela tives in Counoil Bluffs since yesterday. Wal...

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. — 18 December 1908

75o Discount on all Furniture Now is Your CRcxncc to Buy that new article of Furniture jxt a Birf SsivitMi 4 a Because we are giving a Xmas Discount of 25, which means a wonderful Big Saving. Re&d the Following and see what this. Big Discount Ne&ns: ' SIDEBOARDS, Regular Price $25.00. Special Price, $1075 DINING ROOM CHAIRS, Regular Price $2.00 Special Price, $ 1.50 DINING ROOM TABLES. Regular Price $10.00 Special Price, $ 7. SO CUPBOARDS, Regular Price $8.00 PARLOR SUITS, Regular Price.' $25.00 m (15 US 2i IBS THE ANDERSON 606-608 Fourth Street .. Special Price, Special Price, Special Price, $ G.OO Special Price, $1075 FURNITURE CO. Sioux City, Iowa m Large Boned Poland China Stock Pigs For Ssle M Waters. Hubbard, Neb I HSred - Sow - Ssle February 22, '09 40 Head of Tops In the Herd JI. FJ r d y k. e i i a. Hubb&rd, Netbrsvslcak. 4 Wasvter KjicirsiomLS Lrow SLsJteo Winter Tourist Rates : Daily reduced rate excursions to California, Old Mexico,' Southern and Cuban Resort...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 18 December 1908

I Aunt Diana : The Sunthine of the Family I A QUIET, natural home I I story, this, but full of i-M character and interest for those who delight in domestic details of life. A young girl takes charge of a large family in a motherly fashion that wins re gard, and the incidents are all pleasing and consistent. This serial will greatly please home readers, and its influence cannot help but benefit and en noble the mind and the purer impulses of the heart. CHAPTER I. ' There ar conflict ia most lire real hand-to-hand combats, that bar to be fought, not with any fleshly weapons, but with the inner forces of the beinf bat tles wherein the victory Is not always to the strong;, where the young and ths weak and the little ones may be found abiding nearest to the standards. Such a conflict had come to Alison Merle, breaking up the surface of her moo tli outer life, and revealing possible shoals and quicksands, ia which many of her brightest hopes might be wrecked. "It la hard. I do not know th...

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. — 18 December 1908

J 0 ' ( car aa Dlelafeetaat. Frof. Thriibert, f the rasteur Iastl V ( at rarts, hat demonstrated recent ' V that burning; mijar develops formle cetylene-hydrogen, one of the most powerful antiseptic gases known. FIts krams of sugar ("7.1(1 grains) were turned under a glass boll holding 10 (uarts. I After the vapor had cooled kadi II of typhus, tuberculosis, cholera, mall-pox, etc.. were placed In the bell lu open glass tubes, and wltbin half aa bour all the microbes wore dead. If sugar Is burned In a closed vessel containing put rifled meat or the con tents of rut ten ergs, the offensive odor disappears at out e. The popular faith In the (llslnfeitlu qualities of burned ugar appears, therefore, well founded. Th Jfiunr OmmuC. Mrs. Humphry Ward, during her Amerlcau visit, condemned, at a ladles' luncheon In New York; the marriage Wherein a woman weds a degraded '.an in order to uplift him. "A painter whom I know visited one day the studio of a dissipated and ' raltei worthless friend,...

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. — 18 December 1908

rooklaaj Time Table. time for biking different kinds of food: Iteans, eight to ten hours. Biscuit, 20 minutes. Bread, 40 to 60 minutes. Sponge rake, 4.1 to CO minutes. Thin cakes, 20 to 30 minutes. Custards, 20 to 45 minutes. Thick flsh, 45 to 00 minutes. Small whole fish, 20 to 30 minute Gems, 20 to 30 minutes. Muffins, 20 to SO minutes. Patties, 15 to 2m minutes. Pies, 30 to 40 minutes. Potatoes, 30 to CO minutes. Pudding, 20 to 45 minutes. Scalloped dishes, 15 to 80 minutes. Chop Saer, . Cut into small pieces two chicken fl wards, two chicken livers, one ounce If green root ginger, three stalks of Celery and two pounds of young pork. Jhit all lnte a frying pan with a table spoon ful of olive oil. Make a mixture pt four tablespooufuls of salad oil, one tablespoonful of vinegar, one of Wor cestershire sauce, a half-cup of boiling prater, a pinch of powdered cloves, salt ad pepjier to taste. Stew until the neat Is done, and Just before taking from the fire add two cupfuls of mush ro...

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. — 25 December 1908

f I "BMKOTA COUNTY MERMJIX f . r V nOTTO-iil The Hem TThsa It Ij Uj. VOLUMB XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1908. xmmnzx 17 I I r I WORLD'S DAILY HEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED OIL TJtlJST BARRED MISSOriU SC I'I'.KMK COlllT ItKX ei:h swkkpinu onxiox. Watcrs-Plerco Co. May Continue In Business If ly Januury 15 It Una Taken Stcps.to Operate as an In dependent ami Paid $50,000 Fine. Declaring that the Standard Oil Company of Indiana, the Republic Oil Company of Ohio and the Waters Pierce OH Company of Missouri, had conspired and combined to monopolize the oil business In that state, the su preme court of Missouri Wednesday Issued a decree ousting all three from the commonwealth and lining them $0,000 each. The decree against the Waters riorce company Is tempered by the proviso that It may continue In busi ness If by January 15, 1909, it can show to the court that It has taken teps to operate as an Independent concern and has satisfied the Judgment against It....

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 25 December 1908

V Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CTTT, KEB. JOIIX n. REAM, - pntrflshac' ladrpendent P.ulgarta 1a bad msdi ttns for the Mck Man of Turkey. Adml.nl Sperry and his fleet seem to lavs discovered llio heart of Japan. Prince Flonry probably will bo tho admiral of Germany's Drat fleet of air ship. A Toronto dealer advertises music by too pound, and probably the pianists fexmnd when tboy play II. A mot market In Chicago has boon robbed for the sixth time. This begins to look llko systematic revenge. Football continues to furnish much anore work for the trained nurses than la provided for them by Balkan wari. Another attempt to free Hnrry Thaw ban failed; still public confidence In his being kept In prism Is not restored. John D. Archbold hns devoted most of hfa Ufa to commercial pursuits, bnt he appears to be a man of letters, nevertheless. It la estimated that this year'a apple Crop will be 62,500,000 bushels, Inelud tol tbe largo, red, imitation apples that trow la Mbnonrl. In New York an e...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 25 December 1908

FOTJOTJ. fie sonrbt the rond to happiness Through weary, weary years, And all the ways ha traveled or Wert aprinkkd with his tears. .And lit ill tha storms of life opposed And aorrow griped hla heart 'Tha whllo ha saw hla hopes taka wing And ona by on a depart. IT Bought the road to liApplnesa, The sunny, golden land, But all in vain until one day Love took him by the band. .And led him ou past frowning height Into a, valley sweet, "Where joy at Inst repaid him for The lessons of defeat. -Birmingham Age-Herald. Captain of the Ship The barque Deliverance was almost teady for sea. The lust few enses of cargo were belug swung nloard, the rig gers were busily bonding the great sheets of canvas that, ere many hours were past, would be 'swelling to the thrust of the Biscay gales. Her deck Were Uttered from stem to stern with ropes, provision 'nses, odds and ends of refuse, and In and between all this conglomeration the sweating stevedores moved and sworo fluently, catching the winging cas...

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. — 25 December 1908

Dakota County Herald fCn B. AM , rUBLIBHXB. imnacrrptlon Trice. $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for Ibe ransmission of this paper through the maiia aa second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all, is the wish of The Herald. The chemist of the United States department of agrioultnre have at last solved the problem of how to tarn into paper the millions of tons of cornstalks wasted annually. Alter years of ex periment the department now reports that the Yaat quantity of material here' tofore considered rainless and destroy ed every rear by the farmers of the oonntrr can be ntilized, thna savin? mnoh of the remaining wood reserve of the United States, and bringing about the manufacture of paper from an an nual crop. The belief is freely ex pressed by the scientists who have been conducting these experiments that when proper machinery is brought oat, and the farmers grow cornstalks...

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. — 25 December 1908

SSSH'gBHSHHHSlHSHSHEasaHHSB 75 Discount on all Furniture Now is Your Chance to Buy that new article of Furniture cxt cx Bi(i Scxvinii & & & Because we are giving a Xmas Discount of 25, which means a wonderful Big Saving. Recvd the Following and see -what this Big Discount Meevns: SIDEBOARDS, Regular Price $25.00. Special Trice, $1075 DINING ROOM CHAIRS, Regular Trice . ..$2.00 Special Price, $ 1.30 DINING ROOM TABLES. Regular Trice $10.00 Special Trice, $ 7. SO CUTBOARDS, Regular Trice $8.00 Special Trice, $ G.OO PARLOR SUITS, Regular Trice $25.00 Special Price, $10.75 THE ANDERSON FURNITURE GO. 606-608 Fourth Street 3 OX 5 Sioux City, Iowa Lare Boned Poland China Stock Pigs For Ssscle M. Waters, Hubbardi Neb. I JBred - Sow - SsJe I 1 r7 mck 40 Head of Tops In the Herd I j A. J. Nordykej I Ilubbtvrd, Ntbratakik. Winter Tourist Rates : Daily reduced rate excursions to California, Old Mexico, Southern and Cuban Resorts. Homeseekers Excursions : First and third Tuesdays of ...

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. — 25 December 1908

... ! I'? VESSELS HEARING ROYAL KAHTES Rritlehi Mn-a'-'Uaf that Seeas Doomed 1o III look. One of the strongest and most Inef faceable of all superstitions In tho royal navy superstition almost as strung to day a ever It wasis that vessels bearing tho name of ro.val jiorsoiisgc are doomed to 111 luck, and strange M It may seem there In nn undeniable &!a torical basin for this fooling, say Tlt Blta. Some of the most terrible ')3asters ever known In connection rflth our navy have concerned war -fwels with royal names. Two vesse-i called tho Royal James came to disastrous ends. One of thorn exploded, and some ROO officers and seamen rv1.ihed; tho othor ship so named was Vlually carried out of tho mouth of tf,o Thames by tho Dutch under circumstances disgraceful to those In cht'go of tho craft. Then there S tho forever memorable disaster of V!e Iloynl George, that turned over and sunk In sight of crowds at 5plt heart, over 1,000 souls, among whom were IiK) women, being sncrlfl'Vd. An...

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. — 25 December 1908

a Laity Tibet. 'AJthouRh the rayittry rncerati Tibet bas bnn mostly dissipated at i retort Of tht Enrlllh IrrtaalAa. tha rn. Mous naturt of that country continues excito great lnterttt. Think of to masoned una coYfrtng betwen 700, 0O and son onn tag a aaean elevatiaa Mcttdlng 10,4041 aaV V . . . . . . mi, wnica is considerably higher thai alont Blanc! Tha loftlets peaks reacs n altituJa of about 2,000 foet, whlli tho deepest rallsys, in the higher parti t tho plateau, do not descend belon 14,400 feet. Which la htaher than PILo'i psak. Toward the south the ?alleyi inn lower, ana rice and fruit are cul. Urated up to 11,500 feet.' Here th Boost Important centers of populatloi re iouna Lnssa, Shlgatse and Cyang tea Youth's Companion. A Mlsratr ErmtUa. It has boon calculated that thi quantity of solid matter ejected bj tho groat eruption of Krakatoa, In th etratt of Sunda. In Ausust. 1SS3. w.i 4.14 cubic miles. To give soino ltloi of the enormous volume this repro Bents we niny take the ...

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. — 25 December 1908

DARES ATH TO TELL KIBHT illQEB SECRETS Horrors cf Crimes Related In De . tail by Man Who Risks Avenger. DEN0717C23 OLD COKBADES. Woman YTbljpod Ttaskcd Des pcradsec Ztory oi Tarturo In Tcnnes3se Trial. T! seer is nf (lie night riders wlic hare, so long tcrviiied tin' f.ut!i were lalS l.:iri' in t'iilnii Cily. 'lViin., Monday nt the 1 r!n I of the clgbl men chare -1 A-i'i Willi belli; 7 -t-w m2 th.it W.Wc.G-itl Jt ST. h t'flj n In Rart'iln nt Reel Fxt Lake on tu.' ) Vv'r' ..I.-? S - i ... Frnrk con.Ysscd night lvfV ride, wh.i inc. wn.i lumen vfv Huff's evidence, fl "ehr'ngcr's 1 r n II Stuffs Ki mntlc evidence was Jt.-isiE jonkh. given under a guard of half n dojtcn militiamen with drawn revolver, while n ' jq-jntl of oilier militiamen with loaded rifles wore stationed In the court room. Fchriui;cr entered the court r.Miin miller a guard of troop, r.nil and apparently thought less of Ills danger, while tin crowd In the room strained toward him nnd wns restrained with dlfllenlty, even...

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. — 1 January 1909

DAKOTA COUMTY' I r tt nOTTO-All Tfca Hem tTto It U Cot. Statc "toorical & T0LU1IE XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1909. in 18 ictV, LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. DEATH ROLL GROWS iio.ooo rr.iusu at mkssixa and KRGCIIO ALOKK. King Moved to Tear by DUm-Msing; Scenes Wltnesncd In Messina Res cue Work of Soldiers anil Bluejack ets Praised by His MnJesty. The Immensity of the disaster In southern Italy and Sicily can only bo measured by the fact that It Is now es timated that 110,000 people perished In Messina and Reggio alone. A score of other towns have been devastated and thousands of victims In theso places must be added to the roll. In the face of these awful totals, all Italy stands appalled. King Victor l2mannuel and Queen Jtftena were In Messina Wednesday. The king: explored the ruins regardless of the danger to which, he exposed himself. He was often moved to tears at the heartrending scenes he ciime uim)ii ut every turn. The king was...

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. — 1 January 1909

l)akota County Herald DAKOTA cam. JOHN n. BEAM, ... Ps&Uabe Heresfter. too. the fourth-clsss post- castors will be expected to bo Arst- 4Bisa men. Manj people expert to play a harp te tha next world. The phonograph cen't aeem to he la It Man are wearing engagement brace- lata In London now. After marriage they will he calling them shackles. If China la to hare tha protection f both the United States and Japan he need net be afraid of the dork. Are the hlatoriana not overlooking point la their neglect to furnlah proof that Joseph never had a coat of many colors! For the Emperor's fete "Vienna turned 2,000,000 candles." My, we 41dn't realize frauds Joaeph whs aa Id aa that We hope It waa broken gently to lit tle PI Yu, the baby Ktnpcror of China, Uat hla name henceforth U U lie Hsuan Tung. Tha Shah, following the example of ls great and good friend the Sultan, think a of giving the people a const!- tntlon te play with. . , Pat Crowe, reformed kidnaper, must aot xulnd It If the sug...

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. — 1 January 1909

THE PEICELES3 THOUGHT, A penny for 017 thoughts? I'll tell you thlst t i To me that thought la worth the whole of bliss, I Ten thousand kings, set on ten thousand thrones, ! Have not a millionth part In precious atones, In silver, gold, and other treasures rare. Of what Is mine in that tine thought so fair That you would buy for copper. E'en the mint f . - Itself compared to It hath nothing In't. The chests of Crowns, Monte Crlsto, and The added wealth of all our lavish land, I would not take for that one precious thought, : Yet alnce you ask, 111 give it you for naught. I TIs this, Sweetheart, come hither and Incline Your ear that I may whisper "Thou art mine!" -John Kendrlek Batus, In Alhle's Magazine. 1 A Skating Episode saaSfisyr-nr , , Years ngo, when I was a student at Heidelberg, It was my custom to travel up a branch of tht Neckar every week end is an old castle where dwelt the Baron von Rosentower with his daugh ter Elsa. My father and the Baron had been fast friends &1...

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. — 1 January 1909

Dakota County Herald JOfK M. tM, PDBLISBIBr- HnbRcrlption Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newnpaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission bu been granted for the ransmission of this paper through the main m second -clans matter. Telephone No. 43. The Nebraaka Experiment Station haa iust iswuea Bulletin No 108. This bulletin ia a report of the experimental work curried on with milking machine in the University dairy dariDg the laat Iwo Tears, together with a complete discussion of the factor that influence milking by machinery. This bulletin is not sent out to the general mailing list, bat rosy be aecured free of cost by rnaidt-nta of Nebraaka l)T writing to the Agrioaltutai Experiment Station, Linooln, Nebr. H lnrvirs r4 I nfaraet from our Exchanges Fender Timea: Jobn Hevereon waa ia Omaha yesterday.... Mis Lon Ilirach waa np to Sioux City Sunday. Deeatur Herald: MnH Y Olhrey and Misa Dillie Busae returned from Council bluffa where they hare been visiting relatirea. Thursto...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 1 January 1909

-Public Sale! I will Offer for Salo at my Farm Two Miles West of Deikotci City, Nebraska. o rv Thursday, Jan. 7, 1909 The Following List of Property: Fifteen Head of Mules and Horses. Two Milch Cows. Four Dozen Chickens. Farm Machinery of all Kinds. Wagons, Buggies and Sleds. Work and Buggy Harnesses. Stove Wood and Lumber. Cream Separator. Household Goods, and all Other Personal Property. Sale commences promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. HLoJbert K. ILa,psley II. O. Dorn, Auctioneer Ha.rry H Adair, Clerk Large Boned Poland China Stock Pigs For Scxle M. Waters, Hubbardt Neb. I red - Sow Sedta February 22, '09 2 40 Head of Tops in the Herd I I A B. Kfordykc j R R Time Table Sioui City, Crystal Lake ft Homer Wiivter ETicirsioiriLS Low I&tea ? Winter Tourist Rates : Daily reduced rate excursions to California, Old Mexico, Southern and Cuban Resorts. Homeseekers Excursions: First and third Tuesdays of each month to many points west, south and southwest. Personally Conducted Excursions to ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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