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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 1 January 1909

ZAISEB'S 300 DECORATIONS. tomm at One Tim the. lantgala i !,", ,, Fortr-aevea Old-world Emperor William's reocn Btork holm has enriched the orders and neeoratlons on Ma breast by a beautirui specimen of gold work, the grand crow bf the Wasa order, with ita accompany ng chain, aaya the Berlin correspond ent of the New York World. The high est Swedish order, the Seraflne order, has been In the EmiH-ror's possession for yeara. It la not exactly known how many of these brilliant things the Emperor has, but It Is supiosod thiit ho owns 623 orders and decorations. Certainly he has more than either hla father or grandfather had, and has been seen with as many as forty-seven at one time. He possesses the highest decoration of all European and Asiatic states. In cluding the much-coveted giirter of Eng land, which he la very fond of wearing All the Russian orders he wears, ami from Austria he holds sixteen. Since the Bourbons hare been on the throne of Spain there la both an Austrian and a Sp...

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. — 1 January 1909

k. orroLXBABta itchiuo. aVsmrfal Knm All Ovar flaky' Faea i Frnfrslmnl Treatment Fallen' rerfert Car br (7n(leara. "When my little fjrl wns six months Id I noticed mil Hi I tvd spots on her fight cheek. They prew so larpe that I tent for the doctor, but Instead of piping the eruption, hi" ointment eemed to ninke It worse. Then I went to a second doctor who said It was ec aema. He also kv mo an ointment which did not help either. The dis ease spread all over the face and the yes began to swell. The Itching grew intolerable and It wns a terrible sight f see. I consulted doctors for months, ut they were unable to cure the baby. 1 paid out from $20 to $.'10 without re lief. One evening I began to use the Cutlcura Remedies. The next morning the baby's face was all white Instead f red. I continued until the eczema entirely disappeared. Mrs. P. E. Gum em, Sheldon, la., July 13, 1908." Potter Drug k Chem. Corp.. Sole Vrops. of Cutlcura Remedies, Boston. Out Thing More. Light niay come from ...

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. — 1 January 1909

KISS ETHTL'5 Di-ETJT. All Parts of the Country Represented at White' House B1L Miss Klhel Roosevelt, daughter of the President, v.:,! formally presented to socles Mondnv, night at a small dance given la the historic east room f the White House. Id this tame room her half Bister, Mra. Alice Roosevelt Lon (worth, made bcr debut on the right ( January 3, 11)02. This auspicious event, which has teea ao eagerly anticipated by society, was attended by COO debutante and beaux of the season, guests being pres ent from every section of the country. Only one member of a family was la rked and Invariably the youngest cue. Ho married people were present sare the matrons of MIm Roosevelt Imme diate family. At 10 o'clock Miss Roosevelt bok her place la the blue room beside her other aad received her guests. She looked very girlish and handsome, gowned Is sort white satin trimmed with crystsla. Her hair was la an effective coiffure and caught through the tawny brawn tresses was a narrow Grecian fi...

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. — 8 January 1909

(State Historical Society'' UMTY ' HERALD. DAKOTA MOTTO 111 ThQ Hews TThca It It IUin. DAKOTA CITY, NRlK FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 190!). VOLUME XYII NUMBER 1!) CO - S CURRENT HAPPEHIHGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. RIDERS ARE GUILTY jphy iiitixtis i a VEiimcT 01 MUHDF.lt nil'KSDAV NIGHT. Although Jurors Pleaded. Mitigating Circumstances In Cnwo of Six Found Guilty In First Degree, the Court Will Sentence Them All to Hung. With a verdict of guilty the Jury In the night riders trial at Union City, Tenn.. reported at 8:45 p. in. Thursday night. The twelve men found Garrett Johnson, Tld Burton, Boy Hanson, Fred Pinion, Arthur Cloar and Sam Applewhite guilty of murder In the first degree, and fixed their punishment ut twenty years In the penitentiary. The punishment of the six first mim ed, defendants was left to the court, nnd maybe death or life Imprison ment. The court has indicated an in tention to pronounce the death pen ally. The defense made a motion for a new trial, which...

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. — 8 January 1909

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITT, VBBO. ' SOUy IL KHAM, ... publish "Both, lose tn divorce," says the head line. It's often that way. It w 111 l n beautiful sight to see the yellow peril" eating out of ITiiclo 6a ni' lis lid. President-elect Taft weighs more than koth King Edward ami the new Km pernr of China. The Knnpp roller bout hns ln-en wold for about ?ii(. This seems like a Knnppalllng sacrifice. Sir. Rockefeller says he would like to be young ngaln. i'orhnpn he sws where be could lmve iiinde more money. Now Emperor William Is in. n posi tion to agree with those pessimists who Buy that conversation In becoming a lost nrt. The Chicago professor's defense of the dog as u article of diet lcoks sus piciously n If lie hud been retained by the sausage trust. After success In having the courts declare bleached Hour unlawful, will Dr. Wiley kindly turn bin attention to the peroxide chorus girl? The statement Is made that Mrs. Wil liam Howard Tuft Is a splendid cook. Her distinguished ...

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. — 8 January 1909

ra nn. r nrr km n i 111 Old Favorites mm. mm f By Theodo (Thl nI an extract from a vivid little twenty yt'are ago and published at the 11 m One Iceemler, while I was out on Jny rum-h, bo much work bnd to be jlone that It was within n week of f 'hrlstnuis before we were able to take ny thought for tbe Christinas dinner, jriie winter set In late tbnt year, and f here bad been comparatively little com . Hveather, ut one day tbe Ice on the liver had been sufllciently strong to enable uk to haul up a wagouload of flour, wltb enough salt pork to last through the winter, and n very few tins o' tunned goods, to be used at spoclul feasts. We had some bushels of polu (ocs, the heroic victors of n struggle , for existence la which the rest of our garden vegetables bad succumbed to -drouRht. frost, and grasshoppers ; nnd we also bad some wild plums and dried elk venison. Hut we had uo fresh meat, and so one day my foreman nnd I agreed to make a hunt on the mor row. Accordingly one of the cowboy...

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. — 8 January 1909

Dakota County HSrald tOSX B. 1CAM, FUBUSHIH. Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly nownpuper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. l'ernmion has been granted for the ranamisoioti of this paper through the rnniit as second-clang matter. , Telephone No. 43. Senator George W Wiltse of Ran dolph lias arrived in Lincoln to remain until the end of the legislative nension. lie will bring his family with him and ocopv a house at H3G Q street. Sen ator Will ze is one of the twelve re publican member of the senate who expecf s an interesting session, lie wan one of the leading members of the Ben ate two years ago. He is outspokeu on all questions, including that of county option. "If it takes my vote to decide a connty option bill I shall cer tainly tote for it," he said. Linooln Journal. St;4WGsiit!io from our Exchanges i 0X 0;C0 Wam VX,XWZQ Slii items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Mr Whitticar visited here over Sunday with his stepmother, Mrs Steve Whitticar. Albaton items in Sloan, Iowa, Star...

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. — 8 January 1909

- February 'Uif j 40 Head of Tops In the Horrt I ----- w N r d y fit e j R R Time Table Sioux City, Crystal Laka ft Homer I A. Ilubbtxrd, Nabrcxaki LKAVK DAKOTA OUT 6 am 7 15am 9 30nm 11 15am 1 15pm S 15pm 5 8(pm 7 15pm LKAVK SlOTjXCtTY G 85am 8 80am 10 30am 52 am 2 15pm 4 80pm 0 15pm 8 pm Saturday and Sunday nighU 11 only Jistice ? c, st. p., m. a o. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol- hvwing time : ffOBTH HOUND. 80TJTH BOH NO. 5:5 pm Omaha 8:02 am 10:04 am Omaha 5:13 pm 3 :37 pm Norfolk 8 :8 am :48 am Norfolk 5.32 pm 0 :33 am R .T.f rim ....... r SUNDAY TAAINb. Are You Doing Yourself MR. FARMER: Are you looking ahead for your son, or if you are a renter are you looking ahead for yourself? Are you going to accept this chance for a homestead that Uncle Sam has 7:42 am... "... Newcastle.... made possible for you? Are you dozing over this, while your :0, Pm . i-i i a t t: t. 4.u :: imibb. more aieri neignuor is ucuugr uuu t juu icaitic uiai mc un- I io :13 pm Omaha 2:30 am gated home...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 8 January 1909

VILLIAN3 IN OTHER LANDS. (inini-a riarrt tn rfiiirl Peoala fro:n Their Miner. 'Don't got It Into your mind that fill the ciiniili'5 bmico games played on credulous people to separate them from their bank ron. are engineered by Bl)rHT9 of tilt Anglo-Saxon nice." nld Mr. George L. Maroncy. n Now Orleans lawyer. "JtiHt to the south of its. In the sister n 'public across the Rio Grande, as smooth specimens of the swindling tribe are to be found as anywhere ex ist. I have myself hern done In a small wny In the City of Mexico by having purchased birds of the most gorgeous coloring, only to discover later that the vendor had neatly assisted na ture by using a paint brush to enhance the splendor of his feathered stock. That Is the reason you will see n Mex ican bird peddler during n rain take off his coat and cover his cages, pre ferring to take n wetting himself to having the pnlnt washed off the birds. They even apply paint to the flowers the.v sell to admiring strangers. "There are also ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 8 January 1909

Joaa Waalaa't Be Tkere, "I canna' tear ya Una, Nancy," a good old Scotchman walled. "Ye're too aid to work an' ys couldna' live in tbe almshouse. Qln I die, ys maun marry nnltJier man, whall Veep ye In comfort In yer auld age." "Nay, nay, Andy," answered the good spouse, "I could na' wed antther man, for what wad I do wl' two husbands In heaven?" Andy pandered lone over this; but suddenly his face brightened. "I hue It, Nancy 1" he cried. "Ta ken auld John Cltniens? He's a kind nan, but he la na' a member o' tbo kirk, lie likes ye, Nancy, an' gin ye'll marry him. 'twill be nil the same In heaven John's na Christian." I mm 4 HI Crade Method. Man With tba Bulbous Nana But donl you believe In guaranteeing bank depos its? Mnn With the Bulging Brow Don't I? By George, I was one of a committee that served notice on a bank president one that if his hank busted we'd tar and feata 4f him! How's This? v We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any raw at I'atarrb that cannot be cured by Hall's...

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. — 8 January 1909

ALL ITRLY SIUHHEDBY EXTEHT OF GUM Enormity of the Catastrophe Grow as Report Come from the Devastated Provinces. HORROR PILES UPON HORROR. Hundreds of Injured Imprisoned in Debris and Pestilence Now Confronts tha People. One hundred and fifty thousand per son of a population r l.ToO.WO in the Itulinn departments of Ciilubrln mid Sully devastated by the earthquake r,ne In every twelve inhabitants urn end in the most disastrous catastrophe of modern times. In which Rcgglo. city of 50,000, vanished frnin the fuco f tho cnrtli, leaving lint five innd sur vivors. Another city wo almost en tirely washed Into the sen mid the whole face of n nation was changed in the space of thirty-two seconds. The measure of havoc cannot ncctirately bo estimated. No nceuralo figures on the death lint are obtainable, but apparent ly reliable estimates place the fatalities as high ns K.O.OuO. The calamity Is tho greatest in the history of the world. From several towns near the center of the disturbance bo w...

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. — 15 January 1909

DAKOTA COUNTY . IB &A DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1909. IfUITKZR 20 VDLU2UK XVII k. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. FLOODS IN FAR WEST MANY RIVERS IN C ALIFORM A REACH DANGER STACK. V Incessant Rains for t!ie Post Three Rays Causing Apprehension Among the Residents Truckee River In Nevada Out of IU Ranks at Reno. Floods In the river valleys and land slides in the mountains are threatened as a result of the rains now prevailing throughout California. The Sacra rnenta, American, Feather, Fan Joa quin, Yuba, Kings and Salinas rivers are rising, and it is expected that the Sacramento and American will reach Hood stages late Thursday night. At Folsom the American Is now up to tho danger point. A gold dredger valued at $150,000, which had been working in the bed of the stream, was wrecked by the high water and will be a total loss. Twenty launches of the Sacramento Hoat club were torn from their moor ings and swept down stream during the night. T...

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. — 15 January 1909

f i f Dakota County Herald Dakota crrr, mm. JOHN IL REAM, ... Publisher Yon can't lose Aunt Carrie Nation In a little country like Europe. The lien is n (lod-glvpn Inatltullnn; fold storage Is the Invention of mere tunn. Of course, remarkable thinks will fceep on happening. President Castro has agreed to pay a debt As a discreet diplomat Mr. Wu sliould be In no great haste to get back to the vldsKltulrs of official life In China. The Atlanta (Constitution claims for the moonshiner the distinction nf dls toverlng the real utility of coblcss mm. It Is no longer necessary for nervous tcrsois. before retiring, to look under the bed for a Japanese (Sect nf war ahlps. John D. Itoekefeller give a 5-cent tip to a waiter. Johnnie, king the rich est man in the world, can nfford to do tiling like Hint. Some people it ri so nureiisonslile that they can't hir of a canal without In Istlng that there must be n scandal connected with it. A Philadelphia editor has discovered that kissing is a cure f...

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. — 15 January 1909

I iSj Mbia. juvkoa ilial-Lio - aJL-LU I 7 MEN WIN BY DIRECTING THEIR YOUTH. By John A. llowland. Ask most men of ripened worldly experience the one thing In their lives which they regret. Somewhere you will discover that most or thctu are nursing consciousness that they diJ not "tlnd themselves" soon enough us young men. They let too niiuiy young years run nwny from them. Youth Is disposed to have Its fling. It would need another estate wholly to 'csenpe the promptings which come to the young head on the young shoulders. But lu these Inter, years especially, when no much of the world's work Is In the hands of the young mnn, It Is more than ever devolving upon him to get a line on himself. So many of the world s ways nnd means arc new-so many of the world s arts are to be learned iu the scientific nnd technological schools--that the young man must be both student and worker. The young man cannot be too alert to the sjRnlfleanc? of nil that he comes in touch with In the life of the ou...

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. — 15 January 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County JOBN H. 1CAM, PUBUSnilt. Subscription rrice. $1.00 Fer Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Fermiosion has been granted for tbe ransmission of thic paper through the tnaiis as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Items of Interest from our Exchanges f E 0XM SO iMO .: W3 3t0ii Allen News: Rev J L rkillips, of South 8ionx City arrived last . venlng to assist with the revival meetings now in progress. Albaton items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Mrs Horace liakkae and son, Leonard, left the latter part of the week for their home at Homer, Nebr, after a week's visit at this place. Lyons Mirror: Robert Rymill and Earl IUsdul returned from Ilomcr Sunday .. .John Nunn, post tiador at the Wionebago agency, was hero Mon day, lie worked for us on our farm near Ilomcr nearly a quarter of a century ago. Lyons Sun : George Blessing, the Dnroo hog breeder at Horner bus been finishing up some of his thoroughbred stock aud placing i...

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. — 15 January 1909

Public Sale R R Time Table Sioux Rivv. Crystal Lake St Homer At the farm of Stcpnen D. Joyce, 2 miles west and one-half mile south of Dakota City, Nebr. Commencing at 12 in. Sharp Thursday, January 28, '09 List of Property to be Sold LEAVE DA E OTA J II T 6 am 7 15am 9 0um 11 lDam 1 15pm 3 15pin 5 3lipoi 7 16pm LEAVE 81 OPXCITI 6 86am 8 30aw 10 30an !2 am 3 15pm 4 30pm 6 15pm 8 pm Saturday and Sunday nights 11 only 1 brown mare, 12 yrs old, wt 1.200 lbs. ,1 gray howe, 4 yrs old, wt l,0l0. lbs. 1 bay" horse, 7 yrs old, wt 1,450 tie. 1 bay mare, 12 yra old. wt 1,160 Rs. I aorre! mare, JO yrs old, wt l,200ths. II shoats. 3 brood cows. i 3 Jersey milch cows, extra good milkers 2 Jercey yearling heifars. 1 heifer calf. 1 new Globe incubator 200 eggs. 2 brooders. 1 Dowdeu potato digger. 1 potato plttnter. 1 potato ouiter. 1 JBowsker grinder new. 1 hand corn shelter. 1 2-section harrow. 1 4-sectiou harrow. 1 ganlen cultivator. 1 Bully Boy cultivator. 1 Thomson cultivator. l'l walking culti...

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. — 15 January 1909

Deflalaa; a Stork flaatMe. Senator La Follette was discussing with great approbation tht Preslieat's suggestions toward the a boll ties of took gambling. "Such marginal transactions ara not business," said Senater La Follette. "Look at them. After all, what la a successful atock gamble?" He paused and smiled. Then ba an swered his own question neatly. "In a successful atock gambit, be said, "you pay for something that you don't get, with money that you haTen't got, then you sell what you neTer bad for more than It ever cost." Aunt Diana : PATIENT SUFFERING. Many Ara Womra Think They Deemed Backache. Tt Is not right for women to be al ways ailing with backache, urinary ills, headache and other symptesss of kid ney disease, 'mere Is a way to end these troubles quickly. Mn. John II. Wright, 606 Knst First St, Mitchell, 8. D., saya: "I suf fered ten years with kidney complaint, and a doctor told m I would aerer get more than tempor ary relief. A dragging pain and lauio ness In my back a...

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. — 15 January 1909

Frlra at II In Trrknn. Honodlf t Arnold tllttl In Imrfon Jm.fr 14, lsoi. 1 1 in lire ntwv Ms treason was most iir.'inpiiy n::o. !! wns Avoided by iiion of li'HMr ami n ninny occa sions lU'lllH-rnti ly Insulti'il. lie re crlveil n -iinl:!rra!il( stun of tnoiir-y from IIip r.vlifsli zovcnmu'iit nml made seVernl uiisikvi Kful ntti'iuptH to pn pijti In business In Hrltlsti Anirrlea nml the West I'vllfK nml ilnn'.l.v re turned to I.mul'i.i. where hi died In obscurity.' His second win, born In J7SO. entered Cm- Ht-ltl'sh army In I'M, ervrd with cri'illt In tn:uiy purl a of the world iind three years bet'tice his ili'iith In is." 4 w:is in kIo n lit lilctiilllt ROlH'l-il!. Il'llll''l till I'lHU'Mllim1. Hunt'tnl. Ihirher Your l:.iir weius to b comina cut. Klcl-Hy CnsiOiii (ic;ml '. I've been tlii!T tli itnpnv-s'ir.i iV : ; ti tlnit II tea coins bntU. a J TOM Ckawscs System B'vsdscoUs avA Headaches Acs v.axray, acstvy as aLaxaVwc. Bcs Jov Mcny-Wti au&CtnU- To 6ct Vs benc5co eJJecXs, manu...

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. — 15 January 1909

SOUTH SIOUX CITr From the Hocord Jrwo Phillips visited old friends a jlnncrott Inst w-ck. George Wilson vm B visitor at Jack son New Year's evening.! Mr. K. K. Kills, tit Allen, visited her ulster. Mrs. W. A. Morgan. Wednesday. Miss Orlntha Hncknthorn. who hns Icrn quite nick, is now Improving fast. IjOW Armbrlght, of the Rnlem dis trict, was hauling grain to South Sioux City Mon'lny. Mr. end Mrs. 8. O. Mason, of Homer, pent New Year's the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wltlinm H. Mason. Kmsley Clinkenbeard visited friends JoVnm Cry A little baby ftlrl mnde her appear- ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oordon n New Year's day. Mrs. R. n. Hall and daughters. Oolda and Kilred, lift Saturday for a visit with relatives nt Lake City. In. John Bartlctt left Monday for Mnrtl- Hon. Wis., where he will resume his studies at the agricultural college. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hnvldge returned this week to their home at Summit. H. ' IX, after a pleasant visit with relatives here. Mrs. Cbrb Miller and daughte...

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. — 22 January 1909

DAKOTA COUNTY MEIRAJLD, MOTTO-All Tho News When It Is News. DAKOTA CITY, NEK., FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1900. NUMBER 21 VOLUME XYII WORLD'S DAILY HEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCI8ELY STATED FLOODS IN THE WEST IIRAVY 1JAIXS IX) I).M.(U','.I.()M. TIIK l-ACll'KV t'OASjl. ' , Comniuiilt-ntion by Hull with Health ami 1-ortluiMl Is KMlrtJ..v fiit OK lA'vm Are Rrrakliur in t'nlifori; if and tho Valleys Are Submerse-.'. With railroad traffic virtually rr. pended on Rome lines, train sclie ?u o badly demoralized on other ron.H-, te -egraph and telephone communl;-:'.'. '. i prostrated and only fitful!; rr.itnt!i!r,c i with some sections of the Pan Jongui ,1 and Sacramento valleys, California hi , experienced one of the worst coverinn an area that rrtends from the On-jr-n coast to Ran Diego. At various place: the rain at times reached the propor tions of a cloudburst and was accom panied by a fierce sale. Southern Pacific officials said Thursday night that the resumption of direct train service w...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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