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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 April 1909

ROYAL PALACE YIELUS ; THE TuTtXISH BATH, KEEP UP MASSACRE; PUTS TRACK GAMBLER ABOVE PIT SPECULATOR. 2 Work of Congress J PEOPLE ALL DESPAIR GDEBEL CASE ENDED; PARDONS FOR EXILES VllJii Garrison SurrenJers (o Con. ctitutional Army Without L Terms. SOLITARY RULE ALL THE CITY Abdul Hamid to B Dealt with by Parliament and HI Fart In i. Mutiny Studied. The Villi! garrison surrendered Sun Bay to the constitutional forces In Con tantlnoplc. Thf commanders of these tttttallons began sending in their sub mission to MnhmoiHl Seliefkct Pasha Saturday night and the whole of the troops protecting the palace gave their formal and unconditional surrender Shortly after dawn. Niacl Hey, who Is tailed the hero of tho July revolution, U now in coin mil nil of the garrison. Sultan Abdul Humid has heen per mitted to remain within the walls of the Vlldlz Kiosk, where Saturday, in company with his ministers, he waited for the outcome of the struggle between bis loyal troops and the army of In vestment, ea...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 April 1909

TEE TTOIISH BATH, KEEP UP MASSACRE; PEOPLE ALL DESPAIR ruTs TRACK O AMBLER ABOVE PIT SPECULATOR. GOEBEL CASE ENDED; ROYAL PALACE YIELDS : I Work of Congress 2 PilOfiS FOR EXILES w X WW W W W WW w w w w m 9 W W W W W WW w I Yildii Garrison Surrender to Con. stltutional Army Without L . Term. 1QLITARY EUXE ALL THE CITY Abdul Hamid to Be Dealt with by Parliament and Hia Fart in Mutiny Studied. The Ylldlz garrison surrendered Sun flay to tin1 count It utlonnl forces In Cou- tantinoplc. The commanders of those battalions began sending In their sub mission to Muhmond Sehefkot Pasha. Saturday night ntnl the whole of the troops protecting the palace gave their formal anl unconditional surrender Shortly after dawn. Nine! Roy, who in called the hero of the July revolution, is now In command of the garrison. Sultan Abdul Ilanild has been per mittcd to remain within the wnlls of the Ylldlz Kiosk, where Saturday, In Company with his ministers, he waited for the outcome of the struggle between bi...

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. — 7 May 1909

MEIRAL MOTTO--AU Tlio News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1901). NUMIlEIt 45 A D0 WORLD'S DAILY HEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED CHANGE IN CABI N El 11ILMI PASHA CIIOSK.X GUANO YIZIKIt 1Y Sll.TAN. Molluli Snlilb. a Dlstiiigub-licd Tlico Iigiii anil Liberal, Succeed Kdin 1 jTendi Sudden Turn n Great Sur Jrise In Consiaiiltnoplc. Hilml Pasha nd Mollah Sahib wore Wednesday Installed y respectively as grand vliiier of the empire and shlek ul Isham, head of the faith of Turkey. The former succeeds Tewflk Pasha and the latter Zla Eddln Effendl. The, chances In office were made with the usual ceremony. In the Imperial hatt ordering the commissions the sultan expressed his firm desire for the res toration and maintenance of ponce and tranquillity, the welfure of the country and regularity of administration. Mollah Sahib Is a distinguished theo logian, who in the past hns suffered on account of his liberal views. There have been some other slight c...

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. — 7 May 1909

tl DAKOTA COUNTY MOTTO--AU The News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NER, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1900. NUMBER 45 WORLD'S DAILY HEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED C II A NUE IN CABI N El 1III.MI PASHA CIIOSKX (Jl! AND YI7JKII 1V St'IiTAX. Mollah Sahib, a IlstlngrdNhed Theo logian and MlH-rnl. Swl Kdln Krtondl Sudden Turn a Great Sur ... itjirise In Coiisianltnoplc. Hilmi Paaha nnd Mollah Sahib were Wednesday Installed, respectively as grand vialer of the empire and ehlek uJ Isham, head of the faith of Turkey. The former succeeds Tewfik Pasha and the latter Zia Eddin EiTondl. The changes in office wore made with the usual ceremony. In the imperial hatt ordering the commissions the sultan expressed his firm desire for the res toration and maintenance of peace and tranquillity, the welfare of the country and regularity of administration. Mollah Sahib Is a distinguished theo logian, who In the past has suffered on account of his liberal views. There have been some other sligh...

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. — 7 May 1909

No RTfrmc for Anttqattr. Ambassador Lloyd Grlscom, n t a Mn er thnt he gave to a party of Phlle, lelphlnns visiting Homo, praised tf well-known American vonorntlon fo antiquity. "It Is seldom enough," snld Mr. Grl com, "Hint we find nn American phleg matic before tho treasures of Rome"! past. I have only found one such icr on. Hp la n southerner, and I gave I lay to allowing him about. Tho llrsi church we visited wn. I tlilnk. tin Ara Cocll on th" i rilolin Mill. "This church. Calhoun.' said I, ti 00 years old.' "'Hnnipli,' said he. 'It amolla a lot older. " TEN YEARS OF PAIS. -Caahle to 1 Km Housework Be raase of Klilnrr Troablea. Mra. Margaret Emmerich, of Clin ton St., NttiKdcon, ().. says: "For fit e'en yonrs I was a great sufferer from kidney troubles. My back pained nn terri bly. Every turn or move caused ahnrp, shooting palna. My eyesight irn poor. I M,f iTvui dark Bpota appeared V;''i& 'lS77' before nie, and I had iVW' dispells. For ten yeHis i rouia hoi uu hnnaework. en...

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. — 7 May 1909

consTiPATiori I &mmrAmv Fo& Wcnm im4 BUN u PAW-PAW PILLS ! PAINT EVERT TEAR. pation. In hit r i. f.. Munyon's Paw Pair 1'illa are ua like all other laia tives or cathartics. '1 hey coat the liver into ai'-vity by K' iitle methods. I hey do not scour; they do net gripe; they do ni t weak en; but ther do aurt all the accre tions of the liver an.l stomach in a ay that aoon putt th-w organ in a luaithy condition and corrects cotiati oiiinnin cons'.iTntiou a resnon-ihle for 1110M ailments. There an? thirty -two Icet o! i.uuuin nowei-, which is roilly a sewer pipe When this pipe becomes clogged, the whole system becomes poinmcd, cunning hi.icunejs, ill difjcntion unit impure blood, which often produces rheuiiimtism and kidney ail ments. No woman who sufferg with con tipation or any liver complaint can ex pect to have a clear complexion, or enjoy good health. Mmyou's Paw-Paw Pills are a tonic; to the" stomach, liver nnd nerves. They Invigorate instead of weakening; ttu-y enrich the...

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. — 7 May 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County JOHN H. IK AM, PtBLIPEXR. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A comparison of the assessment of the Omaha railroad bridge made by Dakota and Woodbury conoties for 1908 shows the Dakota county end of the bridge carries the highest assess ment by 131,250 dollars. The assess ed value of the Nebraska end of the bridge was placed at $00,000, which acoording to the Nebraska law is one fifth the actual valne of the this end of the stiuctnre, which was placed at $4G0.0C0. The actual value of the Iowa end was placed at $270,000 by the assessor, and this was reduced by the board of supervisors of Wood bury county to $235,000. The asseKS ment in Iowa being based on one fourth the actual value places the as sessment on a value of foS, 700, or $31,250 less than that of Dakota ooun tj. smc tor a wo tr from our Exchanges 6 Sulix items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: 8 D Cone is at present tcuuorariuly em ployed in the (Jhudwick drug store. Allen News: W J Ar...

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. — 7 May 1909

.0 "IT i-alcohoHc usotsnri &tt yea think you need a tonic, lector. If you think wyoi! Kcca something for your oioctJ, r.sk your doctor. If you jihink you would like to try jAyer's non-alcoholic Sarsapa Jrilla, ask your doctor. Con j iult liitn often. Keep In close I touch with him. A iiers publish our formulas 9 We banish Alcohol from our mftdiclnct W ur yrm to oonatiir your oooior Aik your doctor to name some of the tisiilfj cf constipation. His long list will K-Ri:i with Rkk-headache, biliousness, dy.-p.rsia, thin blond, bad skin. Then r.i.k liii.i if I; s vculd recommend your ii:-:i ni; Ayor's Pills. - m-.. .viiijj, C.Ayr Co. , Lot i:rj.' Local Items Friday, May 7, 1909 We Lave as good a steak of hanl- 1 4; 11 ,m 3Bjli ' "u uu 19 mere ever was in jJriJukota City, and you will find onr prices right. Schriever Bros. Eugene Nordyke, of Sioux City, was a visitor here Saturday. Judge RE Evans transacted busi ness in Omaha and Lincoln this week. Louis Rockwell and wife, of Oraadi p...

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. — 7 May 1909

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA Cm, WEB. tOUH U. UEASI. ... pblltaer The trouble with this airship busl Jess Is tlitit It litis too many up and gowns. We hope there's in piaok wnrl; bont Dr. Bunipus' discovery of that 1,000,000-year-old duck. e're traveling bo fast, nowadays that It Ik n sign or old age when a man Starts to take nn Interest In checkers. I.uther BurbauVs ccnltts Is to be Incorporated. Which nin.v mean an ad Vance In the price of (hornless cactus. The average, value of horses In tin' United States In given ns $,.L.f.. This Valuation wns mil obtained from tin assessor. When the wireless telephone coiner Jnto common use. whnt will the peo ple who listen on a parly line do for amusement? Hare you noticed that there has not fcen imieh night riding since those Tennessee night riders were sentenced to be hanged? A man ought not to complain If his Jjealth breaks down from over-lndul-jence. It Is foolish to swear at tlie Alarm clock when you set It yourself. The Washington Herald...

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. — 7 May 1909

MADE " : WELL AND STRONG By Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Bardstown, Ky. "I Buffered from ulceration and otherfemaletroublesfor a Ion? time. Doc tors bad failed to help me. Lydia E. l'mkham s Vegeta ble Compound was recommended, and I decided to try it. It cured my trouble and made me well and strong, bo that lean do all my own work." Mrs. Jos F.rn Hall, Bards town. Ky. Another Woman Cured Christiana, Tenru " I suffered from the worst form of female trouble bo that at times I thought I could not llye, and my nerves were in a dreadful condition. Lydia E. rinkham's Vefre table Compound cured me, and made me feel like a different woman. Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound is worth its weight in gold to Buffering women." Mrs. Mary Wood.R.F.D.8. j If you belong to that countless army of women who suffer from some form of female ills, don't hesitate to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from roots and herbs. For thirty years this famous remedy has been the standard ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 7 May 1909

J y FIGURES IN THE HAINS 1 v ': V -",,r' v v 'v: -- -J V ' z ' m - V TRIAL OF CAPT. HAINS. Who Shot Annl I Said to B Almost a Mental Wreck. After long and tfdloim dcliiyH tlx1 Jury In tlio ruse of dipt. I't'ter (,'. J I it I us, Jr., nho it on trial In Kluxli in, I,. 1., for tlio nmiilt'r of Wlllliini K. AiidIm, whom lie xhot lit tlic Itn.v aidi Viiclit Clnl) on I. (imc ImImimI, linx Jmmmi KM-uroil mid tin1 trinl In now pro (vediiiK. It will liu ri'ini-liilx'i'cil Unit It wn lii'oiiclit out In the trinl of T. .li-nklax Iliilns. who wiiM tried on the chars? of (yiiiiiliclty In tlx1 munler of Ai.tls mid ai'iiiittrd, Unit Mm. 1 In inn was on very Jul I inn t o terms with An lilx. At the' time ('apt. IIuIiim, who Is a rPKUhir unny olllepr. was with IiIr comiitiiiMl In the I'lilllpplnes. letters from his brother wnrned hlin of the Hcliotm of his wife and he hastened back to the .states. In tlio presence of ('apt. Ilnliw and his father anil brother, Mrs. irulns confessed her love for Annl...

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. — 14 May 1909

COUNTY .MOTTO-All The News When It Is News. VOLUMK XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEK., FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1909. NUMBER 4G DAKOTA IHIFIR AT! ID) CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. 20 WORKMEN KILLLKI) UVUK 1YN.MITK ltLAST SIOT OFF XKAK AI ,HAXY, X. Y. tnst Hole tu Preparation for a liijt Mast Was lii'lug Prilled by Quarry laborers Wltcn a Percussion Cap Is Prematurely Discharged. At least twenty men , were killed Wednesday by a premature bluBt of dynamite In a stone quarry operated by the Callahan Improvement com rahv. nunr South' Bethlehem, eleven nines poutnwfKt or Aioany, is. x. itic dead: John Hoyt Callannn, vice presi dent and general manager of the com pany; Charles D. Callanan, a brother; l.oroy McMillan, assistant secretary-; John Hendtickson. steam driller; Fred Snyder, master mechanic; James Ma lony, blacksmith; William Baumes, fireman; Fred Zapport, agent of the National Power company; twelve Ital ian workmen. One thousand pounds of dynamite exploded and the bod...

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. — 14 May 1909

x..,...- a-.. Dakota County Herald Dakota crrr. nkh. JOHN IL REAM, Everywhere Mr. Roosevelt goes the people nrt as If they linl heard of lilm before. Six night riders have 1ecn sentenced o be hanged. We predict a slump la Mght riding. The old method of starting a snloon nd hnllding it town around It is going Out of it j-1 In this country. Now King Alfonso want to try ski lumping. First thins you know that young ninn will rock the boat. The courtii hnve decided that women who wish to vote In Okliiliomn nuiKt tell their ages. Mean old court! If the kidnapers don't cense their ne farious oncrat ons orettv Moon neonle who have children will not dure become rkh. to A professor Hays lying results from intellectual laziness. Thought Is was the natural resnlt of a chronic desire to hold ofllce. The general verdict. Is that women's hats are not so had, when you get used to them. It Is the getting used to them that sin 1 1 en. An exchange mj the Panama Canal Will "mnke Islands of North and So...

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. — 14 May 1909

ErRINQTIMH. to! already n firn new horn Oiuis lu the h'dgi'row his mimic horn, And th primrose honrly tdgt-K aside the lesfy driftn(t( of wintertime; Far In tbe rule, where the wood are (till, Blonds clelifnte rfcffr.,111- flaMlng brooks in the prime of the year anirmur liifrnly April's here. With gentle rnins Mid westerly vanis, Buttercup liuds find daisy chains. Between moist meadow and sunlit sky Tli sad-voiced plover is circling high; Sudden and loud through larch and fir Kings the laugh of the woodpecker; And the wagtail flirts his plumnge pled In snatches of flight by the waterside; Garden voices that Into wore dumb Whistle and warble a time will come For shade of leave and pillage of sheaves And swallows a-twilter In last year's eaves. IO I alie comes. In the old sweet ways, The happy April of oilier days. Maiden April, merry of mien. Trips afield in the meadow green; $lck or sound, or sorry or glad, Utter it, echo it, lass aud lad, lad and lass in the youth of the year fl-bo...

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. — 14 May 1909

Dakota County, Herald Official Paper of the County JOfiK H. It AM, PCBLISKZE. Subscription Trice. 51.00 Ter Year. A roan who attends strictly to hia own business has a good steady job. We note that a decision has inst been handed down in supreme court in thia state by Judge Harnes that strawberry boxes must hold a quart. Thia will pnt a atop to the high bot tom boxes and few berries. It is a matter of wliieh our merchants will hiiYA m look into carefully or aland the blunt should some pure food la onriner nick tbem up in the matter. Fonca Journal. r mm xokjji vmm mm wmm w v w- CORRESPONDENCE HUBBARD. to i & V. I. -XI. - a. A. $ J V M JW XUfjH I J jm w.tjt Ponoa Journal: Dr W M Leahy, of Jackson, was a Fonoa visitor Satur day. Wynot Tribune: Miss Leona Asbra went to Vitta Monday for visit with Miss Lncy Jones, Albaton items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Earl Folly made a business trip into Nebraska last Monday. Csmond Republican: B S Leedom was seriously ill the past week bat at present ...

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. — 14 May 1909

Where is v rr. . o our nairc In your comb? Why so? Is net the head amuch better place for it? Better keep what Is left w;h?re itbelongsl Ayer'sHair Vi,or, new improved formula, quickly stops falling hair. There is not a particle of doubt about it. We speak very posi tively about this, for we know. fl-.n not change the color of the hair. ii mm aim S2A. JL formula with eaoh bottla Show it to your Qootor Aak him about it, than do as ha aara yers InJ!;cd, the one great leading feature of our new Hair Vigor may well be ".aid to be this it stops falling hair. Then it Sors one step further it aids nature in resfr. ring the hair and 6calp to a healthy ;::! cliiion. Ask for "the new kind." t. vie b Ilia 3. C. AyarCo., Lowell, Maas. Local Items Friday, May 14, 1909 We have as trood a stuck of hard ware and tinware as there ever was in Dakota City, and you will find our prices right. Sohrierer Bros. John Welker of Homer was a visitor here Tuesday. J 8 Ennis, of Atkinson, Nebr, was transacting ...

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. — 14 May 1909

! a ! i Gave Mini a t.rllllnar. The tncek little I'uii) was showing lits friend around his new residence. "And whim room Is that?" queried the friend ne they enme to another sloor. "Tho grilrroom," sighed tho meek nan. "Did 1 nnderstand you to say grill room T "Yon did. Thnt Is where my wife take m when she wants to Rive tno curtain lecture on amoklng foo many cigars and remaining out after 10 p. m." ' EARNEST ADVICE. ft. . C. rrUfpnol Speak for lb Itrnrltt ot lh Sick. Any, person suffering with backache rinary disorders or other signs of kidney coiupinim may feel the utmost confidence in the fol io w I n g statoineii' made hy Rev. V. C Pottypool. II apt I s clergyman, of Herrln 111.: "A weak hack mil! S J disordered eoiidltlor l of the kidneys nil III noyed me for sonif 1 i years up to liiHt fall J I often hud to slop VI work and press mi hands to my buck. My limbs ached constantly and a! lent I could not sleep. The kldncj secretions also passed too frequently. I got a box of Doau'...

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. — 14 May 1909

V AsuafeaaVr'at 4 -KM 'ANOTHER rQHAN By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Gardiner. Maine."! have been a grpat diifferer from organic troubles annasevere female weakness. The doctor Baid I would have to go to the hospital for an operation, but I could not bear to think of it. 1 de cided to try Lydia E. I'inkham's Veg etable Compound and Sanative Wash and was entirely cured after thrpn months use of them." Mrs. S. A. Williams, R. F. D. No. 14, Box 80, Gardiner, Me. No woman should Bubmit to a surgi cal operation, which may mean death, until she has given Lydia E. rinkham'a Vegetable Compound, made exclusive ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial. This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to bo the most valuable tonio and renewer of the female organism. Women resid ing in almost every city and town ia the United States bear willing testi mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It cures female ills, and creates radi ant, buoyant female...

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. — 14 May 1909

fciO VJ ' J 2aw j. W3ArMM Wi DIVORCE .JJJlfe W ill COURT , Ifpv " 1 if J GUILTY IN BUCKET-SHOP CASE Cincinnatians Convicted by Jury of Using th Hails to Defraud. The Jury in the caHe f Louis W. Poster and five others, who were charged with using the malls to de fraud in conducting a so-called "bucket shop," returned a verdict of guilty in the United States Dsltrlct Court In Cincinnati Friday. The men found guilty are Louis W. Foster. John Gor man, W. J. Campbell. A. C. Baldwin, John M. Scott and Edwin F. Hell. The penalty la a fine of from $1,000 to $5,- 000, eighteen mouths in the peniten tiary, or both. William J. O'Dell, who died In Cin cinnati several years ago, left an es tate estimated at $2,000,000. He amass ed this fortune by running a bucket hop on a larger scale thaa ever before known in this country, having branch es in all the principal cities and towns in the West and South. At his death the defendants found guilty Friday continued the O'Dell Brokerage Com pany. Gorman,...

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. — 21 May 1909

rrr A COUNTY M0TT0--A11 The News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909. NUMBER 47 ) i WORLD'S DAILY I1EWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AJMD CONCISELY STATED II. H. ROGERS IS DEAD fclllK SIMMONS COMUS TO ST.M)Alll OIL MAX. I'rotiilnent s a C'itt!Wl tlilcf lru- .motor anil Moving Spirit In Amal gwiiatctl t'opiMT C(niiii' and As KlHtUIlt to Jolui 1. Aixiibold. Henry II. Rogers, the Standard Oil capitalist, died at his house, 3 East Seventy-eighth street. New York City, about 7 o'clock Wednesday morning. Mr. Rogers arose, as he usually did, about 5 o'clock. At 6 o'clock he com plained of feeling ill and a physician was hurriedly summoned. His heart action was weak and it was apparent he waa suffering from a stroke of apo plexy. In spite of all that coold be done for him, Mr. Roger sank rapidly and the end came peacefully at 7 o'clock. This was the second Illness of this nature suffered by Mr. Rogers, the other having occurred In July, 1907. Following the seizure of...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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