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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 April 1909

Dakota County Ilcrald DAKOTA CTIY, NEB. JOHN IT. IlEAlt, . . . rnbStohcT Anyway, mere are too many wild animals In Africa. There in a hint thnt Tuffs new horse Ml! be unpolled with reinforced con crete ribs. George Arte Is notv n metnler of the Rational Institute of Arts and let ter ! Gee ! To he a Rood conversationalist Is well, but to hn n good conversationalist ener Is Ixitcr. The river In Mammoth cave threat ens to fall in line with the rest of Kentucky and" go tlr. Coming down to n fine jxilnt. every body will agree we Khould have civil Service In taking the census. A hnchelor should he handled with rare. Tax him and yon virtually g4vc him a license to remain single. Von may not hank on the Judgment et ft volatile, light-hearted man. hut toi't he agreble to have around? Aunt Hetty Green Iins ns pood as Jironifsed her daughter that when she files she will not take her money with ber. With nw hundred thousand bache lors in the State of Texas, what, be comes of the theory that eve...

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. — 2 April 1909

UDifc OF HUNOtJ TWENTY.1 ClHTUftlt-J LOOK, DOWN OH 0 On to victom -Chicago Journal SIGNS OF AGE. So, I am growing old, you say ; I walk in a decrepit way; My hair is absolutely gray. And growing thinner; My books are all the stupid Kind That entertain a senile mind ; And somehow I am disinclined To dress for dinner. I smoke a pipe most of the time; 1 hate to walk too far or climb; In foot, summed tip completely, I'm A true back number. I read my morning paper twice I'm always offering advice; Amusement serves but to entice My wits to slumber. I hate to h'ave my home at night; I rise almost before 'tis light; I must confess I am not quite So young nnd sporty; I cut my coupons twice a year Of course you do not call that queer Of course not! Come to think, my dem You, too. are forty ! Junian Iiurand, iu New York Sun. Her Independence "If I wus a woman an' I bad a man like thnt I'd quit him cold," remarked Jim Ilolllday, ns the farmer who had Just assisted Ills wife In her choice of a c...

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. — 2 April 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County JOSX H. ICAM, FCBM8KZB. Babacription Trice. $1.00 Vet Year. . , - Htiti Senator Geoma W Wilts of Coder, the Bill Nye of Nebraska legis latare. probably will be a candidate foreonarossional honors in the third district at the next congressional eleo lion. Mr Wiltse is serving bis second term in the Berate and has mado an enviable record s a hnmorist and orator. Daring his first term he delir ei a nnmber of brilliant orations. He delivered an address before the Lin ooln Ad olnh this winter which added 4 bis reputation. Since then the ewnator from Uedar 1ms had many Mpeaking inritations, Wiltsois tall and crraoefnl with an eroded dome of thought and a Nyelsh profile. Liu coin Star. SCORRESPON ENCE HUBBARD. Dr Bnrlce, of Homer, was a caller ,jaT lgt for a visit at Tekamah The revival meetings closed Ist Hat urday eveniDg. Twelve converts were taken in Sunday anil auoiu meoij were baptised Hi'nday afternoon chnrch will be held on April 18...

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. — 2 April 1909

A Sale and Sure Cough Cure. i liemps Balsam f Does not contain Optom, Morphine, or any other narcotic r habit-forming drag. Nothing of a poisonous or liArnl ful character enters into its com position. This clean and pure cough cure cures coughs that cannot be cured by any other medicine. It has saved thousands from con sumption. It has saved thousands of lives. A 25c. bottle contains 40 doses. At all druggists', 25e., 50c. and fl. Don't accept anything cla. Local Items Friday, April a, igog Having a good stock of hardware and tinware on hand, we ask yon to call and see us. Scliriever Dros. was a while Mrs Alf Snyder and children have moved here from South Sioux City. Fred Wood went to Gordon, this state, last week to attend to business matters. M O Ayres and son Edgar, returned Saturday last from a week's bunt in Cherry connty. Frank Mehan and wife were down from Pouoa and visited over Sunday at the J P Rockwell home. George Harris, of Homer, pleasagt caller on the Herald here on 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. — 2 April 1909

U Th Prtaoaer'a Retort, , tt tt prison's chaplain's du'y to ftr departing prisoner good advice nd to exhort him to be a dei-ent and konorable man in the future. In the tonrM of one of these Interviews a chaplain n!d, "Now, my friend. I hope you'll never have to come back to a place like this." The prisoner looked at htm thought fully and then asked "I say. chaplain, you draw a salnry here, don't yon?" When the, rhnplnln r'iil!rd In the af firmative the prisoner remarked, "Well, ay, If rue and the other fellows didn't keep coming bark you'd be out of a lob." STABS OF PAIN, tike Thrnale nf a Knife In the Bark. William 11. Vn!for. Chntsworth. ill.. wya: "rains In niy bne-k that felt like knife thrusts made me quit work nml take to my bed. The urine whs cloudy nml con tained much sedi ment. The doctor was not hrl; lug me and 1 began using 1 loan's Kid ney l'iils. They stoptied that 11 1- tack and as I kept on name, me ireni nent cleared my system of uric ucld. regulated the urine und cu...

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. — 2 April 1909

PE-RU-NA Vr Cnmvt in th Ptomach of RIs Tara" SliitKllnv. "I was troubled with cramps In the stomach for six years. I tried many kinds of medicine, also was treated by three doctors. "They said that I had nervous dys pepsia. I took the medicine for two years, then I got sick again and pave up all hopes of getting cured. "I saw a testimonial of a man whose case was similar to mine, being cured by Peruns, so thought I would give It a trial. I procured a bottle at once, and commenced taking it. "I have taken nineteen bottles, and arn entirely cured. I believe Peruna Is all that Is claimed for It." Mrs. J. C. Jamison, 6 I Marchant St., Watson ville, Cat. RKEUPMTlSPij Smam&JZJLxS. Waters I want every rlironle rheumatic to throw twjr all medicines, nil liniments, all iihistiTH. nml ctvo MPNYON'H KHKUMA TIHM U"MI0I)Y a trlnl. No mutter what your doctor may Bay, do matter what your friends mny say, no matter how rrejudicert you may be against all adrer Ism1 remedies, en nt once to your d...

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. — 2 April 1909

WOMAS WES FOR MTTEDEB, Mrs. Mary Farmer Goes to EUttriO Chair and Exonerate Husband. Mr. Mar Farmer was lol to th electric chair in Auburn ( S. V.) prison pljorlly after 5 o'clock Mnud.iy morn it.g and pnM ha irCU"" fr H' muf fler of Mi'S. Woh llrcuiinii at ItrovCTi t!Uu )!t April. The execution of Mrs. rnrnior the second Infliction of the mitt ewe h.T electrocution on a woman li' New York State wits effected with out sensational Incident. Five omen, two tf whom were prison attendants, were witnesses. Father lllckey, 0plr Jttinl adviser of the condemned womnn. afwrwnrrt gave out n statement signed liy Mrs. Farmer in which alto dtclarel that her husband, under conviction for the same crime, was Innocent and knew nothing of ninrder mint II after It had lipeu committed. Mrs. Sarah Hrciiiian. a neighbor of the Farmers In the village of Hrown Mlle. Jefferson County, was murdered April !:. phis. The Is sly of Mrs. Hren Iinu was round in n trunk owned by Mrs. Fanner. Mrs. Fanner and her hu...

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. — 9 April 1909

AKO)TA COUNTY ERAJ JUL M0TT0--A11 Tho News When It Is News. Stat 'itty. VOLUMK XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, APRIL !, 1909. MUMIJKU 41 D CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. PEACE MUST PBKVAIL ZKLAYAS COlllSK IS ANXOYINU TO STATU DKIWHTMKXT. )I1hiuKIc Communications llotwoeii ;irpory ml This Government Have Itccn Mutilated Warllko Conditions Musi Knd Soon. Xicura&uan mutilation of offlciul dispatches to this government and con tinued grave conditions in Central America are under the earnest consid eration of the Washington govern ment.. Investigations have convinced the officials at Washington that cipher dispatches passing between John H. Gregory, the American charge at Man agua, Nicaragua, and the state depart ment at Washington were purposely mutilated during Nicaragua's unusual military activity. It would not he surprising In view of the unsatisfactory conditions which prevail if the American government should at any time take active steps to end 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. — 9 April 1909

MENACE OF TILE AIRSHIP. T77Y1 i ' ti DAKOTA CXTX, TIER. v I v ' &JJ -'OV .aft m POIIN IL REAM, - PabUslier Dakota County Herald v 4 Tho ninn who is found out never has pood opinion of detectives. Mary Garden says there Is no mor ality In clothes. And very 111 I !r econo my, she might liavo added. A man's hut will almost always do for another year; Imt a woman's will ot do for another mhuitp. Klngdon Could I? director of a rail road at 22. This ought to allow him to retire rom business at Hip advancpd age of 30. A St. Louts man wants n divorce be cause his wife forced hlin to oat pie With a fork. Who says a woman can not le cruel? One prophet predicts the end of (he Tvorld for July 10. Hut this should not Interfere with arrangements for a snfo and sane Fourth. Tliere Is to hp an increase of a cent pnpkage In the price of cigarettes. This la almost sure to produce another ware of pessimism. The Sultan of Turkey having lost one of his many wives, the mathemati cal sharps are trying...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 April 1909

9ps aecfst ecfvice y 3 intai)' k xi iu -ansa"- rmtwtm , .u?ahitnwrtrT Oil Sh. V Serreoy Is closely shadowed by v riioin--r. is so often allied with nets mankind abhors, that instinctive ly men shrink from all concealment sni' their own. The tuore fait that n thing l'iu-i bo hidden, that It must lie kept In n twilight zone, and Is afraid of sunlight, mid insiKNtl.nl, presupposes that which in evil u:d shameful. Yet secret service Is an ancient mid a necessary lnsiltn tlon. Since Musis siiil twelve liu-n Into Canaan to In vestigate, condilh ns and to bring him a rep rt eoni-crn-lns tho hind, Miry govi rnuiont ha made use of the; service of Infonnus. In war time thu necessity Is rec ognized. Early In the history of Hip Aumlcan republic Congress appropriated $:HMMiO Ik he expended for secret service abroad. This was drawn from tin treasury by the di rection of the Prosidonl, without any voucher except the cortlMente of (lit- Secretary of State. During t lu; Mexican war $.".( . U was app...

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. — 9 April 1909

it .tJkmJ ' v j' I n . Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County tOBW H. ISAM, POBM8EX8. Babseriptlon Trice. $1.00 Ter Year. Items of Interest from our Exchanges S Kito r : m w.i no Lyons Mirror: Robert Uyniill visit ed bis home at Homer this week. 1'onea Loader: Mrs i H I'oraeroy ant children are spending the nek at Homer visiting her sister, Mrs .T M King. Newcastle Times : Father Lurke, of Emorsou, and Father McCarthy, of Jkukn'in, ppent Monday night here with Father O'TooIe. Wjnot Tribune: Mr and Mrs II A McCormiek received word ou Turn day of the arrival of h fine baby boy at the home ot their son lUlph in Liv ington, Montana, on the 29th, At last accounts Grandpa uud Grandma Mc Corinick are doing well, notnitlibtaiid ing their "advauoed" age as a result of the news from the wc-Bt. Tender Republic: Judge II E Evans was down from Dakota City Tuesday on legal bufiiueKB. ...WE Vops, teach er in the Weborg school, is spending his vacation with home folks at llomer. . . . .C...

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. — 9 April 1909

Can lc cured only hy a remedy ttiat will remove tlie cans. The oflener you Stop It with head ache powders orpills the quicker it will return. t'.cnerally, head ache conies from a iliMurhed stomach or irrcRular bowels, and almost invariably Lane's Family I Medicine (called t.Ipo Inne's Tea) a tonic Inxntive, will cure liend ache i'l (ihurt or k r by u-frnlatiiifr the lx'wcls and reinvigoratinj; the slimiach. It is a jjroat nnlurM horh Mood medicine and tha f ivorilc laxa tive of old and young. M lniRjrists', 2."v. and S()e. Local Items Friday, April 9, 1909 Having a good stock of hardware and tinware on hand, we ask you to call and see ns. Schnever Bros. Leo J Shiiett was bore from Homer Friday last Fred Blume was down from Emer son last Friday on business. Cyrns O Twyford and Belle E Graves, of Nacora, were married Wed nesday. Elsie 'Wilkins, of , Homer, was a gnest of Gretehen Bullock a few days the past week. Walter Smith, of Homer, was a visi tor here a short tine Sunday while en...

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. — 9 April 1909

Cayivic si&aucctj & cv.&VcvAy Vktvc$'vc;o VoxoXvvc tcnySyraj) cjVsitVmr fcis st VW o.sttromcto Tvoftwcc may be toAuay (fopcrvsca Wv wkw no zxmx ucc&cd.as ie bts . J JutacVxcyxs .u;V w.u 4cpctA vocy vv?ci proper ncttrsmcTv, CALIFORNIA Fin Syrup Co. SOLO tV ALL LtAOIrlG DUGOISTS tt HIlOm.Y-RLl.UL" PS'LC 50 PIH BOTTLC "fashion hints mm 41 1 w This pretty lillc model has t tucked front inel from yoke to hem. The tij,ht ileeve$ ixtve tiny tucks as trimming. Larg lillc dpvered buttons help to give tailored air. It ii a very practical frock for many oc--cations, and dressy as well. V i A Boston Tourh. Ones upon a time DcWolf Hopper met a Boston person In that town whom be bad nut seen for a long period of duration. "Hello! How arc you? Where bavo you been?" snld Hopper In his hearty way, govlng the New York pronuncia tion to the word "been." "Please don't Hay 'bin,' but 'been," pleaded the Boston person, plaintively. "Sorry, but I can't," pleaded the big fellow. "I iever ha...

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. — 9 April 1909

A Last F.nbrlrt, As wrll known Xmr Yorker' teiiwl fr .ii, a Michigan Central train In ('liimgo, n li:iiiilsoiiio younn lady skippi-d ii) t lii 11. threw hir irma rapturously nlmut Lis uvk, anl klused him innny tii:i". any I in:, "Oh. papa. I'm s.i pml you've coino!" The old gpiitlcninu tlii- w both arms around hor m! h'lil bt-r (ii-.iily t his brraat. Pixm h 1oo!..n1 up into h'8 faco, and horror stood l:i htr eye. "Oh. my, you'ro not my ptipn !" alio snli). trying to frcp hcrs-!f from his embrace. "Yes, I Bin," Insisted the old gentleman, hoi. ling licr t!;lilly; "you nro my long lost duiiis'litcr. nnd I'm Koinj to keep yon right In my nnns until I pt a po llcciii.'iii." When the olliifr ramp and found the old s;iMit Ionian's diamond pin lu tho Kirl's bund, ho snld. "TluU'a a Bow trick here." "Is It V whs tho re mark. "Well. It's several f(ks old Id Nct lork!" lllith Klnanor. "I have n bookkorpor In my office) who Is evidently destined to bo one of cur future rnptnlns of fiiinnrv, n...

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. — 9 April 1909

ROOSEVELT mie King expresses (iratituJe to Artier lea for Aid to Earthquake Sufferer. Kessina ruins are visited. After Brief Stay In Wrecked City Former President Besumet Voyage to Africa. Theodore Itoosevelt and King Victor Kmmantiel mcl Tuesday on the Itnllim battleship Ite Pinls'iio hi Messlnn har bor. The meeting wan characterized by the utmost cordiality, and the King took the omision to express the gratl tude of himself and the Italian people or the generous assistance of the American people to the earthquake suf ferers. Roosevelt See Itnlaa of Meaalaa. At the close of the Interview Mr. Roosevelt went ashore and inspected the ruins of the city, the desolation of which moved him strongly. lie then boarded the steamer Admiral, which Just at sunset proceeded on its way to .Mombasa. The Admiral srrlved at Messina about 2 o'clock In the nfternoou and was saluted by the He Uniberto, with the King on hoard, which reached there In the morning. Almost immediately Capt. rfclster, the fo...

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. — 16 April 1909

DAKOTA COUNTY MERALDo 3I0TT0--A11 The News When It Is News. VOLUMK XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, APIML 1, 1001). NUMBER 4 Si CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. TAFT IN NEW YORK 1'JUiii:nt ox way to attkxii A YAIjK m kitting. Summer Wliltc House Chosen at Ilcvorly, Mass. Executive Expects to Make Western Trip Sometlnu liirln tin; Month of August. President Tart on tlio way to New Jlaven. Conn., to attend a meeting ot the Yale corporation stopped over ii ivew lork City Wednesday nieht a the guest of his brother. Henry W Taft, and with Mrs. Taft and a num ber of relatives attended a perform ance of "if I were King." by E. H Sothern, at Daly's theater. The president's trip from Washing ton was without incident. He traveled ;ln a private car attached to the re gular express of the PennRylvania rail road. The trip was a half holiday foi me president, and he thoroughly en Joyed the rest. Mr. Taft has been nut ting in many long hours of work since his inaugurati...

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. — 16 April 1909

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA C1TT. M-U joror n. iikam. luhllaher The proposer of the Increased tnrlfT stock fugs has got bis foot In it. There ahovld be wireless tclegrupb on all steamship. Just as there should be ttlock. system on all railroads. If England and Germany are going to fceep up tUls Dreadnought race very long, It might be cheaper to fight Works of art more than twenty years old are t be admitted free. Tills does ot apply to certain stage bes titles. Toung Mr. Gould, aged 22, bas Just been made a railroad director. lie pro poses to slart at the top and more round there. Hetty Green announces that her sie dalty I minding her own business. It certainly scema to have been profitable In her case. WyonjlDg Is digging up prehistoric Ourks 3,000,000 years old. Here we consider a fowl of three years well along toward antiquity. An eastern magazine offers a prize for a dithyramb. In the west, one of those things would chub the careful Bousewlfe to run for the insect powder. A Cali...

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. — 16 April 1909

A MISNAMED EXHIBIT. VI A r T F 1 I. J 'aw "W Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. 500,000 THEATER-GOERS. CAIMIITL estimate makes It W'obuhle that V I nt leant "UUMiO persons attend theaters I I" New York on week days, nnil ."iiiD.tKHl on oui.u,i,. i u; ii;c.-u. mai as u im iur in the 1 1 To of tin people t!ii? theater stands second only to the public schools. It must lit once lo added that of these .';(!0,(K or 600,000 l.ot 20 iht cent lire found at Broadway theaters, or, Indoul, nt tiny cf 1 1i? standard theaters. This fai t at once thrown the theater problem Into It right prospective. The plays pres. iitoi) on Broadway are sub ject to violent criticism Just now and have even aroused the reforming Ire of the Hoard of Aldermen; but what of the I'OO-ndd theaters swarming in the tenement tlx trlets and offering food wholesome or jmiWohous to the Immigrant, the child nnd the workingman? There are over 000 moving picture shows In Greater New York, getting from lfiU to 800 peo...

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. — 16 April 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the Codnty JOBH H. IiCAU, PUBLI8KIB. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Vet Year. r cmi w c. c o: co -- 5 Items of Interest from our Exchang.es Thurston items in Tender Ilepublio: Luther Teary went to Winnebago the the first of the week. ...Mrs Albert Nh and son Leis, were over to Win- aelitgo last week. Tender Republic : Miss Lou llirsoh was at ilomer over Sunday to see her eisUr, Dr Nina H Smith, who was quite sick. Miss Hirsch however, re ported her better on her return Mon day. IHoorofield Monitor: Ed Hammond and A Kranse were business visitors at Crof ton Wednesday .... Mr and Mrs J J Killackey are the happy parents of a 'J pound boy born to them last Saturday noou. Sioux City Tribune, 12th: Carmel Dartnett, of Creighton university, is spending Lis'Easter vcation with bis parents. .. .Mr and Mrs F J Moriarty, of Omaha, were Easter guests at the borne of Mr and Mrs James tlartnett, 1006 West Third street. Mr Moriarty is a brother of Mrs Httrtnett. T...

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. — 16 April 1909

II You Want the BEST COUGH CURE you will ask for temps Balsam and if you et it you will have a remedy for coughs that will be satisfactory in every respect. If you accept something else we do not know what you will get, but it will not be the Best Cough Cure. At all druggists', 25c., 50c. and$l. Don't accept anything !. Local Items Friday, April 16, tgog Having a good stock of hardware and tinware on hand, we ask you to call and aee us. Sckriever Bros. busi- Judge It E Evns transacted ness in Wajne Tuesday. Coroner B F Sawyer was here from Jackson Monday attendiug to business matters. A baby daughter was born to Emil Toung and wife, of Coburn Junction, Tuesday morniDg. Herb White blew into town Tuesday, after a two years absence. He said he had been rusticating in Montana. Wm Armour was here Monday en route to Homer for a few days visit with hit son, Marvin Armour, and fam- iiy. Elmer Quintal returned . Monday from Elk Point, 8 D, wbeie he bad been visiting with relatives several da...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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