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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 March 1909

GROOMING COUNTS Bui II cannot make Fair Skin or Cloasy Coat. Women xulhgood complexions cornet lie homely. Cre.Aj.s, lotions, washes powders cannot make a fair akin. Every horseman knows that the eitin coat of Jj :9 thoroughbiod cotnra from thn nnimnl's "all-right" condition. I. ct the horse get "off his feed" auil his cont turn dull. Cur. vying, brushing and rubbing will give liim a rlt'nn tout, but, cannot produce tlio cove ti ll smoothness and glos of tho lioi-i 'i nkin, whi'h is hia com jilr xinn. The ladies will SCO the point. Lane's Family Medicine I tlio be-t preparation for ladies who di sire a oeuilo laxative, medicine that will give the body perfect cleanliness lnt'TlJ.lllv Mid the wholi-oln' m s that produce sncb skins ns painters love to copy. At druggist ii.lc.. I.nulmid'a Prettiest Yllliiura. Alter a very careful Kiirvcy wo ven ture to writs down the iiiiiiick of the six Eng'hh villages tint t we consider the pretilest In the land so fnr ns our awn iiiiil.iii n nil wld...

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. — 12 March 1909

a, MttlMMU fry imvicf ride EWxW'jSewwa Clcuwscs Ue System jfcccxy. Dispels cos awd lica&aahes duco CcsoXo; Acs avvray, acAsXoA as aLaxaVwc. Bcs Jot McrtVbwcxv aw&QuU- ttw-yowu av&. CM. To e Ws bnc5xta cJJccXs. aXways N& Gcxmvcve, manufactured by tre CALIFORNIA Fig Syrup Co. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS cne size ordy. rejuler price 50 per bottle. fttomln Compelltloa. Thnt compi'tltlou Is at least the bnck hone If not the life of trmle Is Illus trated by the big city department Ulnivs, especially those locuteil In tha nunc district, where rivalry runs hltrli niul the efforts to attract trade nr rtudied with particular core In time ol depression. That this same lnetMitiva for progress Is not plven to stores In the country may be one cause or Is It effect? of the degeneration of some of our rural districts In the east. One of the heads of a prominent New York concern who spent a vacation In New Knglnnd last summer went to the local "general store" to (buy a few yards ol...

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. — 12 March 1909

) V Nebraska Legislature The entire day In the. house Wednes day wan taken up with the future con sideration of the bunk guaranty bill. The bill wan adopted by the commit tee of the whole with nm minor changes and reported by that body to the house for passage. Eastman, aided by Wilson, of Polk, not an amendment pawed which re duces the amount of tock a director ' must hold from one-twentieth of the whole capitalization to 4 per cent. It van said the reason for this wan that a man might own but $1,000 In a mall bank and mill be eligible. That would allow many farmers to ret on boards of directors. The amendment was not Ferlously opposed. Taylor, of Custer, asked for the re consideration of the daylight saloon bill that was Indefinitely postponed. lie hnd voted with the opposition so that he could so move when the com mittee, which was out of the city, would be placed on record. Shoe maker In vain called fur a motion to table. Wilson, of Polk, asked him to let the measure be called u...

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. — 19 March 1909

Id i-i mju DAKOTA JLL J...L biate Historical Society MOTTO-AU The News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MAIICII 19, 1909. NUMBER 29 COUN HEIR i LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. 10,000 IS DEMANDED SON OK TiAWYF.K WIIITLA, SHARON, PA., KIDNAPED. OF Janitor Tolil Lad Is Wanted at Father' Oiihx and Hp Produces Boy Klg Kci-ovcreri at Warren. O., Contained tho Child's Hat. Ten thousand dollars' ransom la de manded for tho return of Willie Whlt la. Attorney James P. Whltla's 8-year-old son, who was spirited away from school at Sharon. Pa., Thursday morning by an unknown man and fur nished a mysteiy which the detectives of the country are being asked to solve. Accompanying the demand for ransom Is a covert threat that the boy will be killed unless the money Is produced. Thursday night Chief of Police Craln received word that the rig In which the lad was taken away was recovered at Warren, O.. with the child's hat on the buggy seat. Attorney ...

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. — 19 March 1909

t ' T I: Dakota County Herald tons TL TOSXU. The people with the most cheelt don't to the DioRt blushing. Many men make tlie mistake of Jct fng thrlr reputation influence their tbaracter. In nocking the ballot via airships Ihe suffragettes may bo said to have iaken the Wright way. 1 Tho Russian Government refers to iTaxim Gorky as "n house painter." He bj a rough house painter. JSoted clergyman says "the stage la Worse than In the days of pnganlsm." Jiu st be thinking of Salome. A Cleveland man was arrested In Toronto, charged with using a hatchet SO his wife. He claims It was nxo ental. i How many members of the Nevada legislature would be ready to tight In the event Uncle Sum should have a war jirlth Japan? Tift United Stales now owns the rgest war vessel nfnvit, and yet it i: hot quite as larte as the Statu of jKhcxlo Inland . Wilbur Wright pets ?iuk a lesson for Ipflfruetlons In aeronautics. lie doesn't. Joweye'J, undertake to teach pupils to fly by correspondence. demonstrating...

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. — 19 March 1909

i M flu m l JL -mi -ill 11 1 Hi II iiiWHHji - nr-rrti.friui m.ua. V' u" 1 'i I, . . i. 1 i '" , -.nil -. -i -(Tur r IT ii win rii hi i n r-iti iub j j. :. m- ....m,.., , -,.. .., t , . lIY NnOHBOE. "Sot down," snld h, . When greeting mo. Tin glfld to sop jt Uirk. Bring up a cheer, And sot down Ikto." Straightway I did As I win I'M. And taking up I ho moat convenient chair, I drovv It nigh tin; gonial sl.vo, nnd "sot" down there. Wo talked mid laughed. And grinned mid chuffed. Ho Joked with mo, mid Ull tlio light prow dim I Joked wlih him. And wlion 'I wish o'er I sought Ms door, And walked homo through Iho evening clour. Convinced that ho did well to mil a chair n "cheer" Twixt yon mid mo Thill's h;lt thry ho Willi WllolO-SOUled llclgllllOI'S Hlll ll .m ho Success Magazine. An Irish Matchmaking "Aa' ye'll bo thlnkln It ovor," suld &Irs. O'Nell, "for mo nu' ould rather have flxod It up betwixt us, nn' It'll be jhs soon ns Ivor Lent Is como nu' roup." "'Dml nu' I won't, thin," snl...

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. — 19 March 1909

li v. Dakota County Herald - Official Papef of the County J08I B. MiM, NJBLIBKZB. Subscription Trice. $1.00 IVr Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the ransmission of this paper through the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 4.1. The state legislature baa taken tip the "natter of purchasing the Wayne Normal school, the property of 1'roi J M Tile, who died tt his home in Wayne last week. If the stato con cludes the purchase the school will be made a state normal school. The property is estimated to be worth f 100,000. K the purchase Is made by the state it will be a ore at boont for Wayne, which is already a hustling little place. Tbe printing press has made presi dents, killed poets, furnished bustles for beauties and polished genius with criticisim. It has made the world got up at roll call every morning, given pupils lungs of iron and voices of steel. It has set tbe price on a bushel of wheat and made the oountry po...

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. — 19 March 1909

Silcohol net needed Aycr's Sarsaparilla is not a strong drink. As now made, there is not a drop of alcohol in it. It is a non-alcoholic tonic and Alterative. Ask your own doctor about your taking this medicine for thin, impure blood. Follow his advice every time. He knows. u xuers VV publish our formulas W bind Klnhnt from our inedioinH wiibuii your dootor Ask your doctor, "What is the first great rulu of health?" Nine doctors out of ten will ouickly reply, ' Keep the bowels repular." Then ask him anoiher ques tion, "Thntdo you think of Ayer'a P;'.!3 for constipation?" "! b.T tl-.o J. C. Ayar Co., LowoU, Halt. Local Items Vriday, March 19, 1909 Having a good stock of hardware au('. tinware on hand, we ask yon to Call and see ns. Scliriever Bros, E J Way, of Waterbury, was a busi ness visitor here Saturday. OUth Stinson and Nana Neiiwatiger Were Homer visitors Sunday. Alfred Seymour and family spent Sunday with relatives at Homer. Frank War. of Waterbury, was a business visitor here ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 March 1909

For 0.m Colds t; K ' ' ' and Ry .,;:v.l; Grip- r , 1 . uiNes.;-;, STOM KIDNEYS'; BIDDER ; : AHXi' i L Ua, RATSWMICE EXTERMINATED BY DATJYSZ VIRUS wondarftil, ti.w hartarlol.if (ral pr.paraf1.ptl. dlacarara ana, pri4rl by Dr Jaan Iran,!, I).rau,M,f () laboratory of Aarl. aj.ilt.iral Mlcro-Hiol ry at tl.. P.ataur Iri.lit.ita, faria. HOT A Fill' il . UN 1 r VS TO HMIaN llrl.VI,, IKOIUT1C ADD (I'.III.K AMIUli, ItMH'rl, air., )l (.1.1 rr.t-Mica Tlx a.Mnir, .! i;a ru rt.iUiil. to dia. kaailv r.nral and appll.tl. Huvr MuCH To LfK email linuaar.i. a tuba, ar1ii.ar4walllnf Hrti tafcaa (if rata art Mutnaroiia not lata than an tobaai. Una a t-a datan tibaa f,f aUbla with ha. InftanS yard atUrhaal. aVnttljf quantity n Men rat Inr.atad Staa af waraliouaa af rianaiT for aa'h l,,Mw aqnara ft Itwr fpara. T'ltviia nr aatafa, to 1 doxaa far acra tiih.uitait, araa; ItaS taua par aera faf Tri flalrt. fluid In tlaaa tabaa, full dkrartion roand aarh tul. I hib 1M tobaa or .' ymr doiau, dalltarad. Indepen...

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. — 19 March 1909

s- iM.-ri!iiwi i nnnnM m 4' u THE ; BEST REMEDY For Women-Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound the Change of Life and sntlered from tieauaches. norvoim prostration, and hemorrhages. "Lydiii E. rir.fc. ham's Vegetable Co?niouu(lmademe el and strong, bo that lean do all bit housework, and at tend to tlio store and post-ollice, and I feel muchyounger than 1 really am. ham's Vegetable Compound is tho most successful remedy for all kinds of ruuinic iiuuuics, nnu x it'ci Trias 1 can never praise it enough." Mrs. Lizzijb Holland, Noah, Ky. TheChangoof Lifdisthemostcritical period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this timo invites disease and pain. Womenevery where shouldremember that there is no ot her remedy known to medicine that will unsuccessfully carry women through this trying period as LiVdia R. Pinkhtm'a Vofrot nWn rnm pound, made from native- roots and terbs. Pn OA ronva tl- 1 women from the worst forms of femala I Ills inflammation, ulceration, dis-' placements,...

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. — 19 March 1909

f- caiCAoo. An unusually low number af trading tiefanlts reiects gratifylsg settle toenta this month, which geaerally U a tiiDO of heavy payments, Further i.ett'.moay to the improving state of toaimerc id area la increasing asve jfoenta of factory outputs, general nier khaudlse and grain. Money la a! no la wider demand for the leading indus tries and currency outgo exceeds the receipts, but discount rales for de sirable paper remain favorable to bor rowers and encourage a rerlral of en terprise. Production Is yet upon a fconservatlve basis. , The Iron and steel branches obtain k fair aggregate of new demands, al though the readjustment of prices tauses revision of estimates and de lays commitments for equipment, bridge and track need. Some con tracts are closed for lake freighters of ary tonnage and this Unproved the shipbuilding outlook. Specifications lyecome more plentiful for plates and ructural shapes, and there Is a mod erate gain In forces at the rolling mill ted forges. I. C...

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. — 26 March 1909

i DiffiOTA COUNTY ERA X M0TT0--A11 Tho News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1901). NUMBER !) T Tv V if" v.: CURRENT HAPPEHIHGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. BATTLE MANY HOURS twenty imrnirs and ioo ne grols in an encointeh. lo Blacks Art- Killed, Scores Wound ed mid Forty Taken lrisoiiers Scene Laid at Creek Indian Uprising in Oklahoma Last Year. On the scene of tho famous Creek Indian uprising of last year at Hickory ttlement In Oklahoma, two negroes were killed, many wounded und forty captured in a battle between twenty deputy sheriff and 100 negroes. The lighting began late Wednesday and continued Aithnut interruption until 10 o'clock Thursday. Five deputies went from Henrietta, eighteen miles north of Guthrie, to the negro settlement to arrest cattle thieves thought to bo concealed in the house of one of the negroes. They were met at the outer edge of the Camp by a party of armed negroes, who refused to allow them to enter. The depu...

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. — 26 March 1909

14 L.m 4 m Dakota County Heraldic ffEWSLr " vajkota are, men. ions TL REAM, FofcUslteT A cold spell W I N T-E Tt. A corner In brooms." Usually there'! A broom In the corner. Don't be envious of the gnat men ho were born In 189. Thrjr arc all Be happy and cheerful. Pessimism eads to weakness; optimism leads to power. Jack Binns In of the real stnff of Chtch heroes are mnfle. lie refuses to jo on the stago. In the new Kansas It is ho dry that frhysiclans' certificates will not extract foblsky from a drug store. 'Mexico plays the stronger hninl. She Is building tro(llnpr vessels Instead of warships with which to deal with Japan. Mrs. Frohninn Is fortunate In hav ing two men who agree with her and vlth eash other, that she is a perfectly delightful companion. A Western woman has been convict ed of murderous assault on her son-in-law. Some mothers-in-law simply won't Jet the old Joke die out This eventful year Is also the SOOth Jnulversary of the Invention of the oleseope, one of the mos...

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. — 26 March 1909

i m hiii win i i er -at HIGHEST FORM OF JUSTICE. Dy Detphln M. Del man. Is If true that on exact ami rigid enforce niont of the linv Is the most desirable function of human tribunals In other words, Is It tho highest form of luiiimn Justice? And Is It true that the loftiest conception which cnn lw formed of a Judge Is that of one who, in the discharge of bis olllce, looks at the law as It is written ns his sole guide, nnd to Its unbend ing enforcement ns his sole duty? The most perfect conception of a magistrate is that of a Just Judge, not of n learned Judge one who, knowing the law, also knows that Its ndinlnistrntlon must subserve, not thwart, the purposes of Justice, Vpon what does the fame of Lord Mansfield rest If not upon the fact that his genius liberated the ndnilnlslrntlon of Justice from the shackles In which the unbending rules of the com mon law and the narrow conservatism of common law Judges held It In thrall? And Is not the same true of the great Judges of our own co...

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. — 26 March 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County JOSH H. kCAM, PCr.LIfiKZIl. Subscription Trice. $1.00 IVr Year. A weekly newspaper published at vakot city, jNerranka. Permission has been granted for the ranemiBnion of thispaperthrough the wifciii m iecond-claos matter. S - , 4 9 items ot i niere&i from our Exchanges 5 00 JfM WWJH OK WWJt IMC '3t Docatnr Ilerald: Omar Kilbonrn U in town.... Mis Jaruen Ahlili'y wan allxl to Sioux City Inst Thursday hy tliA aerions illuena of her sister, Mro Armour. Newcastle Union: Miss Hnphia WQl(e was a pttanongor to Cobuin Monday afternoon.. . .llernard Casey returnud Tunsdny noon from Vista where tie Lad bo tin viwiting. Tbmnton items iu Tender KepnMic: Frank I'eterson came down from Naeo ra Htittirdny evening.... Lew Tearey and John UaMorreturoed from Orfg ory county, Month Dakota last 8tur duy. They are thinking some of loca ting there. Lyons Mirror: Clarence Ilisdal was here from Homer OYei (Sunday viMtirjg his brother Earl and Lyons frie...

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. — 26 March 1909

Throat Gouahs Ask your doctor about these throat couchs. He will tell j v Tr V W V W L 1 T V 111V J CI I V A tickling In the throat often means serious trouble ahead. Better explain your case care fully to your doctor, and ask him about your taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. A W pnbiiah our formulas The Mr btnlih alcohol from our tndlolno W urjro you to . oomuit your aooior But iTtttwi WI.o makes the best liver pills? J. C. Aver Comotnv. of Lowell. Mass. They have been making Ayer's Pills for over rixty years. If you have the slight est tfoutt about using these pills, ask yoi r doctor. Do as he says, always. S.r.. by th J. c. Ayor Co., Lowell, Km. Local Items Friday, March 26, 1909 Having a good stock of hardware and tinware on hand, we ask yon to call and see us. Schnever Bros. Chris Erickson, of Omadi precinct, W as here Tuesday on business. A baby boy arrived at the home of Lycurgns Ay res and wife Tuesday. James Fisher was np from Walthill Tuesday calling on old friends here abouts...

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. — 26 March 1909

"'; -v- Ferfame t'sed by rtnyntte. Queen Wllhelmlna of Holland has flatly a pint of enu de cologne In her morning bath; Quceu Victoria of Spain affects a mixture of Iris and Invcnder OH her handkerchiefs; Queen Helena of Italy prefers Iris and heliotrope; the Downier Queen of Italy nnd Queen Amelia of Portugal are devotees of rwect violets, but the Empress of Itus ala lends the: way, as she spotiils no less than 20.ot0 year on perfumery In Tarls alone. In respect of violets be requires that they shall be plucked Jnst at sunset. And when the boxes rencta St. Petersburg they are Drst sent ta be examined lest they might conceal I bomb or some deadly poison. RTJN DOWN TO A SHADOW. From Thla Condition Brought nark to Health. Mrs. Edgar Smith, Nolle Halns, Iowa, says: "After an eleven-months alee of rheumatism and typhoid my kidneys went wrong, my back was weak and painful and at last I took to my bed. Attacks of gravel ran me down to a mere skeleton. I ItrjZJM' " weakness 5J?'B " without...

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. — 26 March 1909

aHimit iiij njW-aiinawawi nss imwm m .n r-i mm ii imm inlniij-r - r' iini iiiiiiiiiiiiiwciriniiinirin rm ni Hniinwimn mm m i iwiii i itss wi n ns I ! from womnV rdlmonts nro Invited to -write to the names nntl addressee luie jpcn, for jtositivo proof that Lydia E. llnklmiu'a v cgetaiuo i oiiiiHiiuia docs cure ieiuaio ills. Tiriior llotnnve!. Chir-agc, III. M i. Al.oi.a Sperling, 11 L.mg (ton Strivt. l.liidley, lnd.Mrs. Mst Try. riimleV. Kn.-.''-ff. Ko-IIh, tiilToril I:immi. Heotl. N.Y.-Mr. s. J. H;iri.. r. Cnrnwullvine, N.Y."- Mr. Win. V'Mi"lit.oTi. ripeinnatl,) .!' W.K llou-li,' i::..-t iw At Milwaukee, wi.Mrs. K'uiiia luivo, t.. lt St., jrmai1. Vhnrrn of t.lfn. South Tloml, ln i.-. Mrs. l'ru I I erti i, 10)1 8. I.afilVOtte M'rent. K0.1I1, Kontii.-Wy.' Mrs. ! :,n IlnlViml. BnoklleM, M.j.V Jin. Koah LouMinioiit, V".)7 8. M-irkot t. rut ers. in, N.J. i "Ivi. Vm. S niervil'.e, 1! Hamburgh Avcuuo. riiil:i.l.'liilIn, Ps.. Mrs. K. E. G.irrott, 1107 North U.fimt Street. EtWMkura, WIs.-.M....

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. — 26 March 1909

FATHER AND SON HELD. Arreat of Counterfeiters Ii Cauied toy Young Woman Caahler. Six miles across Hip sand dunea from Gary, I nil., n counterfeiters' den has been uncovered by Federal secret ervloe operatives. The raid resulted In tho seizure of a complete counter feiter1 outfit nt tlie home of Ford rredom and his son. James rredom, $vho are under arrest. The Predora tome, la a ehort distance from the home f Adam Raoke, who Is knowrj In aocret wnlw circles aa the "wizard of the counterfeiters." '.""Altliongh two molds were found In the cellar of Rackc's home, and It was reported thnt ho had taught the trade to the rredoms, he was not arrested, lie Is OS years old, and hns served five rrlson terms for counterfeiting. HI imue Is lu Horsford'i Park, and be Is "flie nearest neighbor of the rredoms. '. In spite of Itncke's past record and his ninny terms behind prison bars. Captain Thomas I. Porter, head of the Federal secret service at Chicago, ex pressed Implicit fnlth in the professed...

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. — 2 April 1909

DAKOTA COUNTY MEM. M0TT0--A11 The News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEK., FRIDAY, A PHIL 2, 190J. NUMKER 40 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. MURDER IS MYSTERY POLICE FX EARTH BODIES OF AN AGED COl PLE. House Had Been Set on I 'Ire to Hide Evidence of Munlor SiipMscd to Have Ktiii Committed for tint I'urHiH( of Kohlx-ry. i. In M,.n ,.f II,.. nt T.ml. wig Krueger, aged 66, and his wife, aged 63, buried In the cellar of their home near Toledo, O., which was de stroyed by fire Thursday the police of that city are confronted by a puzzling murder mystery. The Krueger residence was discover ed ablaze and there was no trace of the aged couple. When the ashes had cooled a search of the debris was made, but there was no evidence of the couple having been burned to death. later two boya were digging In the cellar and noticed that the brick floor had been tampered with. One ot them raised a brick and the face of the dead woman was revealed. More of the fl...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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