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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 22 January 1909

Dakota County Herald Dakota crrr. XL, BBAH, ... Railway m nil cars tli.it nre built o' loci nro not likely to burn. V. Augustus I lrln,3 appears to hi.ve forgotten what Inppcned t Jlin.nie llnzen Hyde. v No more Venezuelan vessels will lo elzed by the Hutch. Sst ! Tin-re nre bo more. If the l.imloll SU.Tr.l J.'t ics set t'.M' ballot It will spoil nil tin f!i:i; for they can't be sun'ragcttps. I'i"!i. John I.. Sullivan's wife says lie I n mollycoddle. S!ie probably ivs It be cause Blie believes be wo'.tld moI lilt n lady. Then. again. If th.-ie rre no nrtlsts outside Europe, why dies King Os car nsk nn American to .print his por trait? Up to iaw President Knosevelt ims been compared with every grout man In history with t lie except Ion of St. Patrick. We feel thoroughly Justified In saying that the fellow who trlel to pull the chin whisker of the President of France was no gentleman. Should It ever become necessary for the Sultan of Turkey to do the On Mro act, hi J.W.0O0,(H) wllf ma...

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. — 22 January 1909

SCIENTISTS SAT ADAM WAS A KB VIA SACRA. Klesdy alone the crowded treet I go, Marking with reverent look each passer's face ; Pecking, and not in rain. In each to trace That primal soul whereof lie is the show. For here still move, by many eyes un seen. The blessed gods that erst Olympus kept ; Through every guiBe these lofty forms serene Declare the all-holding Ufa hath never slept, Bst known each thrill that In man's heart bath been Aai every tear that Ms sad eyes have wept, Alas for us! tha heavenly visitants--. We greet them still as most unwelcome guest Answering their smile with hateful looks apjfSnce, Their sacred Bpeech with foolish bitter Jests ; BJt oh, what Is it to Imperial Jove That this poor world refuses all his love ! Charles A. Dona. Nannette's Woe 'Aunt Nancy's conie," Nannette an nounced, to her bosom friend In a choked voice, "and of all the frights!" "What do you mean?" asked her bosom friend. "Well," hesitated Nannette, "of course she's as neat as can be, but he...

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. — 22 January 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County tOt H. ftltf,rCBM8KIB. (Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. si. weekly newspaper published at Dakota CUT. Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the ransmission of this papor through the mmie as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. must have grown the grain or potatoes they exhibit, also have made the bread or bntter. All exhibits reveri to the exhibitor aniens stated other wise. We hope to make this Institute the bet we hare eer had. Lend ns our assistance and come one and all. J F Lkameb, President. Oko I Miller, Secretary. SPECIAL PREMIUMS the Donated for the Benefit of Farmers' Institute. On bread, first prize, $2.60, second, il.BO. third, tl.00. will be paid by F.,1 wards & Bradford Lumber Co, Da- kota City. Onn hundred printed enyelopas and one hundred letter heads (value $2.00) to the winner of first prize on yellow corn. The Eagle Job printng. One Tear's subscription to The Eagle and the People's Popular Monthly (val...

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. — 22 January 1909

4 LWl c Si. tz the And why not? Fall- jc; .i'-.-e; and Aycr'sHalr Vigor, ' ::ia-.!c from our new im jj ; . cd, formula, quickly and .-.!i'-:ly destroys that dis 8 . The hair stops falling .rovs more rapidly, and : '.an(.4ruu disappears. I ' r.rrfi; the cnlomf the hair. At 3 tjkyers "ormul with oh bottl. Show It your Ask him about lt( than do tm ho Tho li tie book in each package gives the Toi .rinla of our new Hair Vigor, tells whv ..-sell ingredient is used, and ex plains many other Interesting things. Aftor readinu you will know why this new hair r-eparation does its work so well. v,. i vy tjio J. O. Ayar Co.. Lowell, Ma. Kemps Balsam Will stop any cough tbat can be stopped by any medicine and cure coughs that cannot be cured by any other medicine. It Is always the best cough cure. You cannot afford to take chances on any other kind. KEMP'S BALSAM cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, grip, asthma and consump. tlon In first stages. It does not contain alco hol, opium, morphine, or any ...

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. — 22 January 1909

B.ICHEST JAP ZK AMMLIOA, Many Stores and Lav Sbtncle Mill In Ohm. 8. Bun, the wealthiest Japanese U tfce United States. In In Denver far the week, says' tbe Denver Post. Ur. Bu owns stores In Denver, Prlland (Or.), fvherldaa (Wye.). SH Lake and two In Japan, oo of these being oae of the largest in Holilo. In addition he has extensive timber interests and a bug shingle mill In Oregon. Twenty-one years ago Mr. Ban cam to the United States. He was wealthy In Japan, and says that be came to the United States as a place where money could be made rapidly. 'The' United States Is a wonderful country fir any race," Mid he. "It Is the country of opportunities. I hare worked hard since I have been in this country and I have been rewarded fur my labors. "The Japanese who come to this country come here to work. You will never find Japanese vagrants. In the Inst two years Japanese farmers bare been coming over to this country and a great many of them have come to Colorado. There are, I am told, m...

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. — 22 January 1909

CATARRH IN HEAD. Pe ru na - -Pe ru na IVJBIES HATE LI OUT. atTwa the Top of the Pink M1 Head U Senalilse to It. Ono thins whlih m nwst lenrn to aiim-late ami rrsinct In tlw Inbv Is fmaPn&--Z!5 "I'l'renate ntnl rrsj.o. t In w baby Is .K?pM hla nttltmlo townnl lljtht. Tlilala K- t' - V. wlJo,y dlflVroitt from ours, writes Ir. ?t K llutlilnmn In the llon-t-kec-p- fft l " , - V er ,,,K,,t " of ,lle lm,(,t "tlniulat- fJ'A - ' v J "'"I attractive! things In the world Wfh '14?" i to n,u' tl,e brighter the better. But MR. WM. A. PRBSSKR. 1111. WILLIAM A PTircssF.tt 17-v 1VI Third Ave.. Moline. III., write : "I have bwn (Differing from catarrh in the head for the pa two moutha ml tried innumerable ao-colled rorne- tea without avail. No one kiwa hoi I have mitt'w.-etl, not only from the dis ease itaeir, tint from mortification when In company of friomU or atranirers. "1 have UMed two bottle of your med icine for a short time only, and it effected & complete medical cure, and what I be...

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. — 22 January 1909

CHICAGO. Iloniy financial oix'rutlons Incident to the January settlements and the an nunl elections made busy times at tht bonks. A lower commercial mortality gain appears and credit conditions gather strength, although liquidation Is not yet nt nn end. Severe weather In terrupted nutdiMT fciistrmlli n iind crop marketings, but stimulated the demand for winter nppsirel. food supplies and fuel. The lfHtf tiift Industries progress steadily, ns expected, new donuimls for raw material nnd finished products yet show Ing conservatism, lmt the pros pects generally brighten with the res toration of ronfldeiice. Distribution ul commodities shows ii gratifying recov ery, absorption bolus much strength med ly Improved purchasing power Most mill kt are conspicuously deal f burdensome stocks, and In some lino the carry-over from lust year Is re markably small. Clearance sales In tit leading retail brandies are well ad vanced, !ov tern jwra tu res helping much In the reduction of sensonnblo goods...

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. — 29 January 1909

'"v..,:-. .... DAKOTA COUNTY MEIRAJLID), 3IOTTO-A11 The News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB.', FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1901). NUMBER 22 CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. CUBA RULES ITSELF I'NCLE SAM HANDS TIIK REINS OVER TO (iO.Ml'X Now Kulcr Goes Into Power as a Lib oral mid Was the Overwhelming Choice of the People at a Popular Election. A new era of Cuban Independence dawned in Havana Thursday when the affairs of the inland, which have been administered by American officers for more than two years as a result of the revolution against former Presi dent Palma In 1906, were foimally transferred to the newly elected native executives. January 28 will hereafter take rank with May 20 as a natal hol iday in Cuba, for it was on the latter day In 1902, that the island was first transferred to the Cuban people by the United States after a period of re habilitation following the Spanish war. The coming of this new day of Cu ban liberty was signalized ...

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. — 29 January 1909

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CRT, 100. JOItX H. IU1AM. ... paMBaftter The Gomezes seem to be the Smith Of tropic 1 America. A London jift per publishes nn article entitled: "Why Clever (tills Don't Marry." They frequently do. A Michigan tnan has been sent to lall for stenllntr a 2-ocnt stomp. How thnt nun must ho .Idpled ill PiltS- burgl Tlio girls wlin jji't ni.ina'ii ;h:s year will bo able to linM Civl, i'.i'.ii:. up proudly, know-Ins tli:it tlrv :i re free from suspicion. Champ Clark says i Im :iv.-:-'.c pn -e :r V, of a woman's liiit is .'." i :' Would never ! to !('.; i : an's hat ns un aven re i re. Now tlmt Miirk Twai : N i t Should have hl;n"c!f Irvc--:' m; ,1 .fchow Henry Rogi r v!i :! a real I Ik hit- hiorlBt can do on (li vitiess s: ,ui '. Count Hold dc Castcii: : . '('Wfs that he doesn't want m .. ; i money. Can It bo jio'.li.! ! i: !n !i id the foresight to fiivc up o," It for the rainy day? It's all right for l!.,i In vi'ttdi-aw his demand for fw.otv. !ei! i," nets the ...

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. — 29 January 1909

. Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. MURDER BY TELEPHONE. CHICAGO man aecusid of kllllnir his wife vl I In a quarrel says that eavesdropping uclgu "YV I 'K,r8 wuo false gossip on telephone Conversations on u puny friends caused tho trouble bin wife' death and his IiIh statement be true, the lilumt! fur his wife's death lies with the kind neighbors who eaves dropped. It Is a ease of murder by telephone. Whether or not his statement he true, the fact re mains that telephone eavesdropping' Is a very common habit and ulways likely to produce disastrous results. The offenders a re mostly lu residence districts, where listening to what the neighbors order from the butcher and grocer and keeping track of appointments made by loving young couples are favorite nmu.senients of women who have nothing else to take up their time. Those guilty are In the same category with persAs who open letters not intended for their perusal, and the only difference between the listener at keyholes...

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. — 29 January 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County JOSH H. CIM, PCBLIBKZI. Bubscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the ransmiBBion 01 this paper through tbe mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. SPECIAL PREMIUMS the Donated for the Benefit of Farmers' Institute. On bread, first prize, 2.50, second, 11.60, third, $1.00, will be paid b; Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co, Da kota Ctj. One hundred printed envelops and one hundred letter heads (value 12.00) to tke winner of first prize on yellow corn, The Eagle Job printug. One year's subscription to The Eagle and the People's Popular Monthly (value $1.75) to the winner of first prize on butter. One years subscription to The Iler eld to the one winning first priza on Ohio potatoes, The Herald, Dakota City. Two hundred ladies note paper and one hundred envelopes to mutch to the winner of first prize on bread, and one years nubucription to the Record...

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. — 29 January 1909

WhenYi ou Take Cold One way is to pay no attention to it; at least not until it de velops into pneumonia, or bronchitis, or pleurisy. An- yo:hcrway is to ask your doc- ur udoui vyer s vncrry rcc oral. If he says, " The best ihing for colds," then take it. Do as he says, anyway. A Wt publish our formula W binlih alcohol from our modiolnoa nyers Wo uro you to .' oosiult your doctor VI. en ths bowels are constipated, poi rorious substances are absorbed into the r !o i! instead of beingdaily removed from t ie body as nature intended. Knowing I'l l donr, doctors always Inquire about t e eopj tion of the bowels. Ayer's Pills. - '-hythoJ. C. AyrCo X,o well, Mul. Wj ' Ualvmal Promlum Ouoom with all rt.rT BLUt KIdHUN COLLECT H1N Riff Cotnprlm It tarllMl KuilthM, 19 Priza j Offfil Tom.toM, 11 LiiMloti. Malon. - - - io uonreon. r H.mui rui r low.n im - '"Ma lah. Ww - w ur jour moiitf muiaH. BUSINESS BUILDER SEND IO CENTS fip fwy Mftaf, and peklnir, nd rclT pid, together with oar new. Ylu'-bU, ...

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. — 29 January 1909

I How'i That, Fellows T Te or twelte years ago. when a jflrt fcot married, ahe left such a debt for Wedding clot lien nnd expenses that It ordinarily took tin? family alx year to recover from It. Fathers should take off their hats tn the modern girl. She earns the money to buy her own wedding ontfit and In many cases has a tittle left to help buy thin for bar Dew house. The modern girl ia more f an lmprnomcnt over the young Woman of twenty years ago than the oodern young man la over the young (nan of that time. OFTEN THB CASH. Women Slrnacla llopelelf Along, ftafferlag Itickarhr, Dlssr BpelU, I.aaBaor, Kle. Women have so much to go through In life that Ifa a pity there la eo ranch Buffering from backache and other common curaoie sia- n.ij fer ao, profit by this J woman'a example: .7 1 Mrs. Martin Dong- lnsa. 52 Cedar St., Kingston. N. I., snys: "I had a lame, aching back, dizzy spells, head aches, and a feeling of lnnguor. Tart of the time I could not attend to my work and Irregular...

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. — 29 January 1909

1 1 r owvc )owcs; cVcasxscs o sy&Xcm cjSccXucy; pcxvcvcxwcwXVy. To es )cwc5co tjfccs,avvas)u lvo MANuraCTUOCO BV THt CALIFORNIA Fig Syrup Co. SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS SO' A BOTTLE SfeF.QTIMTHFVVOFim I'lli'PV pmcm mew all otheri V:5s?ASif I give- a lot of new ort for fc.Vt'f JJrial with every ordar I fill. :;A Grand B:tf Catalog rnrp mm HllusU-aUd with over JLiLiLS 700 engraving of vegetables r-'M;J. Cand flowers. Sendyous and LllLi:fTryour neighbors' addressee. R. H. SHUMWAY, Rockford, III WESTERN CANADA THE PENNANT WINNER "The Last Best West." ThefioTernmentof Cansfla now rWestoeTery Actual Settler IftO acres of wneal-grswina land free and an additional loO acres at $3.00 an acre. The 300,000 contented American Settlers making tbeir home in Westers Canada ia the best evidence of the superiority mat country, They are becoming- rich, growing Irom 25 to 50 bu.Iicls wheat to the acre; 00 to 110 bushels oats anil 45 to 60 bushels barley, besides flaring snlen did herds of cattle ra...

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. — 29 January 1909

ill 11 III MEN PERISH LI RATS Ninety Workmen Caught In BUi Ing Prison on the Chicago Water Crib Structure. LEAP FROM FLAMES TO WATER. Hundreds of Persons. Powerless to Give Relief. Witness Struggles ' of Laborer! from Shore. Over throe wore unfortunate work men lour their lives and ninny others worn bndlf Injured Wednesday morn ing In n fire which destroyed the Inter mediate crib in Lake Michigan, a mile and n Iinlf off 71st street. Chicago, used by George W. Jackson. Hip contractor, lu the construction of n new water tunnel. Estimates of the fatalities ranged from sixty to seventy. Ninety wen, who lived nt the -i ll and worked in shifts, were on the structure when the fire broke out Many of these were burned to denth before they could reach the doors. Others, their clothes flame, leaped into the ley water re gardless of the results. A number, un able to swim, sunk beneath the surface. -WHAT'S THE TJSIP ImmimmmmmZ HPi. WORK OF 1 j CONGRESS 1 : CRIPPLED LINER SINKS ITI JTIC OGEAII (O...

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 February 1909

.COUNTY M0TT0A11 The News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1900. NUMBER 2a DAKOTA HI IK I FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. DREW BILL BEATEN CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY K EJECTS AMI-JAP LAW, 48 TO 28. Debaters Its Pnssnge All Day Discus sion Is Opened by llie Father of the Mrnmiro, Who Made a Vigorous Ef fort In Its Behalf. After a debate extending from 11 nVlnrk W.ilnftRrluv mornlnff until 6 T. m. the California assembly by a vote of 48 to 28 rejected the bill drawn by A. M. Drew, barring aliens from own ership of land In California. The bill had been amended at the request of President Roosevelt and Secretary Root, so that the clause applying to Japanese only was eliminated, making the bill apply to all aliens, but the measure aroused such a storm of oppo sition that long before the debate was closed by Mr. Drew it was apparent the measure would be defeated. In substance the objection to It was that it would drive at least $1,000, 000,000 of for...

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 February 1909

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CRT, JOIIX 1L REAM, ... FaMUflMV t. nerpont Morgnns 110,250 EThlc ontnlns' no more religion than tbe daln (1.25 edition. Ixmdon Is to have a thonter In mem ory of Shakespeare. All theaters are memorials of Shakespeare. It Is fcignlfleant that no coal dealers r Ice men have Joined the Cleveland movement to lire as Christ would. Tnere are now 2r0,000 words In the English language, hence It Is strange It takes the Indies so long to nay good bye to one another? A California woman has been given divorce because her husband would tiot speak to her. Probably lie never bad a fair chance. Ten years for counterfeiting a $" killl Is two years for each dollar. It Is lucky for the crook that he did not dabble In bad twenties. A man Is charged with stealing an otter cap on a train, which will, of course. Induce every bright wit to point out that he otter reform. A college professor thinks Americans of the future will have Muck eyes. If the habit of calling one another ...

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 February 1909

When the f minors of the const Itut ion decided that population should be the basts of representation in the lower bonne of Congress, provision for n sys tematic nailoiml enumeration of the people of the oountry became a neces sity. The constitution ordered that this enumeration should bo made, within three years after the first meeting of the first Congress and within every sub sequent term of ton years. In such manner as Congress should direct. Po litical necessity thin forced utoii the new republic the first national census of modern times. Among the ancient peoples It Is re corded that Moses numbered the tribes in the wilderness and that Satan pro voked David to number Israel. The vrord "census" conies from Home, where, long lie fore the Christian era, citizens and their property wore regis tered for the purposes of taxation. In England, William the Connieror. to tuaki) more certain the collection of his revenues, ordered great survey of his Hew kingdom, the results of which wor...

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 February 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County toil B. AV, FCBL18KIH. Hubdcription Frice. $100 Ter Year. might to be appreciated enough in goiliog jour trail delivered to yeur door to keep the road clear. Tbe government doe not require the ear ner to miovel bdow or endanger the life o( himself or team to eerre bia route. a weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for tbe ransmiasion of this paper through the mtiie as second-claw matter. Telephone No. 43. We're In a Hurry Even when a newspaper is growing like The Lincoln Daily News, its pub lisliers ard not satisfied bat want thousands of farmes and other state folks to be reading it, and the quickest way is to make a cheap trial offer iu the hope that you will like the paper and keep on taking it. This offer l. tn tbm all. oqIy 25 cents for a daily newspaper from now until the clone of the legislature April 1, 1909. We stop it then unless you send in money to renew it. Don't pay your motif ...

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 February 1909

Cold son the Chest Ask your doctor the medical nams for a cold on the chest. He will say, "Bronchitis." Ask him if it Is ever serious. Lastly, ask him If he pre scribes Ayer's Cherry Pec toral for this disease. Keep in close touch with your family physician. IWl pmbll iers Wi pmbllah our formula We ban lab alcohol from our madlolnaa W uma you to oonault jour dootor When you tell your doctor about the bid taste '- your mouth, loss of appetite for brea'r"t, and frequent headaches, and when he sees your coated tongue, he will say. "You ore bilious." Ayer's Pills wof! "oil In such cases. 'T'.abv the J. C. Oa.. ljowall. Mata. Wis SP s iiJi? ntir. tiBB'O encne citrrcpr.1 aft !-v SPECIAL OFFER Ff'ilrla bntld New Bo.lnmw. A trial Will make vuu our Dernutiierii customer. Of I rp f o'.fPrfion KUh.i7TRrirtleilVl l th r. n.T . ; 1 rnttti, 1 Bplpntuu : Onln, s Deal Tarie- itteti; iQSt-,?-l''""rt'iff Ko!hH4 varieties iu all. rs-"3 ic-ttayt Mention this Poper. 10 CENTS . I kVA '? !' trV0 BUCKBE? S...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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