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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 21 May 1909

Dakota Comity Herald DAKOTA C3TT, tOUS 11. KEAM. . Fubflsher TIi general European situation con tinues bilious. With the spoiling reformers nothing is sacred. They have cut the "a" out of heaven. Do you think the person who Invent d this season's millinery was in his right mind? At last we have a President who ran write a short message to Congress. The country Is safe. A lllinflrnri t-Aflra fritn IIiav m.IT"i mm u u J . w Ul I J i. 1 1 I J IT 111 be pointing to some great man who was uorn, in a uni. More women are making; speeches, and they are making belter ones, but the same can't be nald of their pie. Since It has been discovered that It Is absolutely Innocent tho Standard Oil Company may decide to bo more rare (ul la the future. 1 hough Lieut. Shackleton did not discover the south pole, be can give a good description of the ice that abounds In Us vicinity. According to statistics, only five per cent of marriages are dissolved by di vorce courts. The other ninety-five per cent gr...

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. — 21 May 1909

Opinions of BIQ FAMILIES. HE Census Bureau, litis H I lHl,'"'",u sialism s 01 j j I HHX. It litis found Hint or hip mumies 111 me nrsr enumeration r the republic was .".8 persons, the varia tion running from r..4 In (icrgia to (VI In Maryland. In l'.M 0 the average for tti era enumerated In 1":0 was 4.C. from 4.1 In a number of Slates, to G.l In North Carolina. Had the number of persons who compiled the total number of private families In IIHXI been icroiipi-d accord ing to the overuse size sliown In 1T!0, there would have been 3,307,0(10 less households thini wore actually re ported. Had tho average size of ouch families In 1000 been as lnrjre as the average shown In IT'.Ki, the popula tion would have been Ineretised by nearly 20,000,000 per sons. Many considerations are left out it this calculation, the greater chances for living, the rotlecnble reduction rn Infant mortality, the extension of the average life of the Individual, the conquest of 01 ce virulent diseases, and so forth...

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. — 21 May 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County JOBS H. WAM.PCBMSIXH. ubicription Trice. $1.00 Fer Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. FermisRioa bus been granted for the ransmifision of this paper through the roKilg as second-clans matter. Telephone No. 43. The Omaha Bee gives an interesting acoount of Uie way Senator Burkett went after Senator Aldrich on aoconnt of certain features in the Senate tariff bill, and says in part: "Today a lively tilt occurred between Senator Bnrkett and Senator Aldrich in which the NebraskaD came off with honor, caus ing very conniderabie chagrin to the Khode Island tariff sharp. Mr Bnrk ett complained of lack of information given to the publie and even to the senators themselves, bv members of the financo committee as to the import of various schedules and the effect their passage would bave upon trade. He cited the barb wire schedule as an ex ample of Bhurp practice, and procoed od to tear to flinders the committee proposi...

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. — 21 May 1909

FTiir w l B Without Alcohol ft AllU A oiron Ton it Without Alcohol A FJv Puildcr A Hbod Purifier r Without Alcohol Without Alcohol A r.rr-if Alterative Without Alcohol A Hoctor's Medicine Withottt Alcohol Ayer's SarnpariHa Without Alcohol A nijers Wo publish our formulas V7 bitninh Alcohol from our mediolnea W urje yon to oonauit jour doctor Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They act directly on the liver, make more bile secreted. This is why they are so valu able in constipation, biliousness, dys pepii. sick-headache. Ask yourdoctor if fcc knows a better laxative pill. , '. h-7 Vi j. o. ATcr Co.. I,ot'. Wm. Local Items Friday, May ai, 1909 We have as good a stock of bard warn and tinware as tbere ever was in Dakota f!it.v. and vnn will (KnA m, prices right. Sohriever Bros. Geo Haaseot Emerson was a visitor at borne over Sunday, Bess Robertson returned to school work at Emerson Monday. John Krupgor and wife and Cha8 Sierk and wife went to Wayne Saturday and visited over Sunday with Chas...

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. — 21 May 1909

Trlrlirtl ( the Tim. A rtilladelphia lawyer who spends tnost of his time nt his country estate employs sturdy Irish gardener whos n deMr In life Is to live natll th banrer of freedom is unfurled over Ire land. One evening the lawyer strolled through the grounds of his place and topped to have a chat with the gar 4uer. "'Michael, do yon know that while we are bore enjoying the bountiful twilight it la dark midnight in Ire land?" he asked. "Faith, an' CU'ru not surprised," re plied the gardener. "Ireland elver got Justice yit." Judge. .5. -3''' '.-.'. ;. ; Something In a Tftumm, Although New York has never bad fcora opera than at present, and w are being constantly told that our pub lic la opera mad, there are still some who are far from opera educated. When the new opera. "The Bartered ride," was announced oue of the first telephone conversations held by Mai HIrsch, of the Metropolitan Opera House, ran : "Hello, Is th! the Metropolitan?" -Yes." "Well, want two cats reserved for The B...

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. — 21 May 1909

TZO'JZZT.S AND rMrnta. Loao;i' In I lore Detmle the Kllci't of l.rm (nvrrlnic, Have truiinTn liclpcil or retards the eonrsc i.r i iviUxtioii? whs the ques tion rivemiy l (c nt a meeting of tho (:iilor mill cutter senate In ticrrarj atrwr, London. The eillior of the Tnilor and Cutter revonliM Ms secret yrnrnlng. for a re turn of knee breeches. "There are millions of microbe-.," he remarked. "In the turn tip of every trouser. Our most eminent Sonnlors and others wcr breeches ut 'ourt, and pvpn his mnjtsty the King who, It should be remarked, liever wears a crenste down the froat ef his trousers, but at the side as aoon as It 1m possible, assume either the kilt or knickerbocker for sporting and other functions. All the greatest dis coveries, all the greatest triumphs, na tal and military, have been achieved by men wearing breeches." "The century of trousers," declared another six-nker, "has been the century f pence, henlHi and proprejis," and added that the progress had, however, assum...

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. — 21 May 1909

. v - CHICAGO. Actual lmprovtsnent and the get ral trend of business affairs now con firm (he hopeful return of better times. Some Increase In trading de faults is due to a special cause and lacks significance In view of the sus tained high aggregate of solvent par menta through the banks. Weather conditions favor enterprise In both In duatrlal and agricultural operations, and the promise Improves for larger crops and increasing outputs of the manufactures. Notable demands appear In the iron working branches, large tonnage be ing closed for pig Iron, rails, struc tural steel and wire, while there la gratifying revival In the bookings of railway equipment, power, machinery and minor metals. Idle capacity la seen to be under going further reduction In various branches, and more bands find steady work at the car shops and factories. The ra.ils and forges In the Calutnet district appear almost as busy as ever, new structures and production make rapid gains at Gary and large ad ditions t...

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. — 28 May 1909

V V. DAKOTA COUNTY M0TT0--A11 Tho News When It Is News. St ate Historic:!! S ..( v: VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1901). NUMBER 48 MIF1R AILD .1 J 1 11 jILXsI .U.J I JLJo CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. TAFT TO BLACK MEN oolouki ";n.is'' or iiowaku colli; k A in m:ssi:i. Chk'f Kxecullvo Declares Negro Is Xuw lU'lng Kccoiiizcd as a Valuable As. set Corner Hliinc Is Laid After 1T3 erti.ses Arc Concluded. Speaking to the colored graduates ct Howard university, near Washing ton, D. C, Wednesday, President Taft declared that never at any time has the future of the negro, as a race, ap peared more hopeful and bright than at the present day. The president pressed upon his hearers the fact that It is for the ne I groes themselves to work out their own future and to make themselves valuable citizens in the communities in which they live. Conditions for the negro In the south, the president said, he believed are growing better and better. Souther...

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. — 28 May 1909

Dakota County Herald dakota cnrr. nkh. OHX IL REAM, ... PaMUIier T!i question o:' nil Income tax Is of Tery little Interc-u to nio.U of us. To the woman with that kind of a hat. every "reach basket" Joke must look like a whole crate of lemons. Japan has excluded Tolstoi's writ tiK9. The Czar and Mikado hnve at last managed to aciree on something. President Taft ha sbandenod sim plified spelling In favor of the com plicated brand which Is easier uiiJt etood. Copenhagen has elected seven fe tnale Aldermen, and It Is thought that the city hall will lmve to bo dusted this year. We do not find It difficult in the least to think or things that would be tnore pleasant than being caught In an airship by a sixty-mile gale. The woman who loaned a strange Iortune teller $327 Is not altogether n oser. She will win the leather medal for being the easiest mark In tow n. A New York paper publishes nn edi torial on "Why Glrlrf Leave Home " In the majority of rases they go because they are Invited b...

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. — 28 May 1909

SAVING TAINT MONET. It Cannot II Done hy t'slnar CkH Matrrlnl anil Chrnp rnlntera. In arranging for pnlntlng, a good Tritiny property-owners try to mve mon ey Ity employing tho painter who offers to tro tlic Job cheapest or try to save money by Insist!;)? on a low-priced Paint. Rut no property-owner would run m il risks If lie realized whnt must be taken into consideration in order to get a Job that will wear ntid give thorough Satisfaction. No houseowner will go wrong on the Painting question If ho writes Nntlonul Lead Company, 1902 Trinity Iiulldiiig, New York, for their Housoow tier's Pnlntlng Outfit No 4!), which Is sent free. It Is n complete guide to paint ing. It Includes n book of color schemes for either exterior or Interior painting, a book of specifications, nnd an Instru ment for detecting adulteration In paint materials. Nearly every dealer has National Lead Company's pure whit lead (Dutch Iioy Painter trademark). If yours has not notify National Lead Co., and arrangeme...

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. — 28 May 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County tOSS H. Wilt, rCBLIBEZB. Unbacription Trice, $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission ha been granted for tbe ransmission of this paper through tbe maiii as aecond-claos matter. Telephone No. 43. 7, mJPJfl rrjTJtl TrT. Tyrjf rsr 3 I Items of Interest I from our Exchanges i US KOMI Kj WX K00 30.' Towdor Creek itcma in Newcastle Times; Boss Tolly from Dakota City arrived in Ponca Saturday noon. lie is now visitiDg in this vicinity. Salix items in Sloan, Iowa, Stir: Russell Liukswiler, of Winnebago, Neb, visited Sunday with bis sisters at tho borne of their aunt, Mrs Cone. Ponca Journal : Melvin Harden went to Sionz Hity last Friday noon to be at tbe bedside of bis father, who died about 8 o'clock that evening. Mrs Harden and daughter Lncile, went down Saturday to attend the funeral. Thurston item in Pender Republic: C J O'Connor was over from Homer last Monday.... Mr and Mrs Jos. Nash were Pende...

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. — 28 May 1909

Without Alcohol :tron Tonic Without Alcohol A F,-iv ntii'dcr Without Alcohol A ninnd Purifier Without Alcohol n,-.it A1frafive Without Alcohol rotor's Alcdiclne Without Alcohol j Aver's Sarrpril1n A. Without Alcohol W publiiti our formula ers Va bantah alcohol from ourmadlclnaa Wo nrga yon to oonault your dootor Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They act directly on the liver, make more bile secreted. This is why they are so valu a'jb in constipation, biliousness, dys-pcr-Li i, stek-hcadache. Ask your doctor if ho inows a better laxative pill. t. r i. n. co Lmn. kh. A Corking Sfory of our Navy, by Robert Dunn, the well-known war correspond ent, with pictures by Reuter dahl, the man .who threw such a scare into the naval authorities last year; six other fine stories of assorted kinds ; four arti cles that mean things, two of which were written for the spe cial purpose of saving you mon ey; bright, crisp humor all bound in a stirring Memorial Day cover that's the JUNE EVERYBODY'S For sale...

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. — 28 May 1909

CONSTIPATION PAW-PAWPILLS Munyon's Taw-Tan- Pills re un like all other laxa five or cathartics. 'J I icy con t t lie liver iiitrt aitivity by grntle nii'thoe. 1 hey Ho not scour; tlify d nut gripe; t lu y do nut weak en; limit. th( V do strut all the i-ecre-tmns of the liver and stomach in a way tliat toon puts th cugiins in a li' a t liy rondif inn and corrects consli- npiiiiipii rnnstipitum is responsible lcr inii--i nuini nii. nine are tfiirtvt vo Iwt of liunian bowels, which is really ft f'wrr pip. When thi pipe be onus ringed, the whole i-ystem Ceiomcj poioned, causing biliousness, in digestion and impure blood, which often produce rliPinniistism and kidney ail ments. No woman who suffers with con tipatinn or any liver rompliunt can ex pect to have a clear complexion, or enjoy good health. Munyon's Taw-Paw Pills are a tome, to the stomach, liver and nerve. They invigorate instead of weakening; they ennch the Llood instead of impoverish ing it; they enable the stomach to gat if ...

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. — 28 May 1909

4' 0 n Tli t:dnrard C.roerr. "Siy. mister." mid (he mnH boy, breathlessly, "tnfce down Hits order ukk ; I grf to go to school. Two pounds of cufTVp nt 45 cents; three and ne-half of suamr at 7 cents; six boxes f cocoa at '21: two dozen pkk at 32, nd four pounds of buitor at' 40 cents. Ilow ranch dm It come to?' "Four dollars and eighty-three cents, y little mini," mild the grocer. "What address, please ?' "Gee! Thank '" mid the schoolboy s he made his escape. "That was the only one I couldn't dot" Success Mag-line. No Kxart F.qnllnf. "It would 1'0 correct to sriy, then, that you are on I he water wagon, wouldn't It?" asked the reporter. "No," anirl the distinguisher actor; "that hardly expresses it. 1 have merely quit drinking nfTe and taken to more wtiotaome beverages. You might miy, perhaps, that I nin on the milk wagon." SDFE -ONEYEAR Cured by Lydia E. Pink hara'sVcgetable Compound Milwaukee, Wis. "Lydia E. Tinfc liam's Vegetable Compound lias made 711110 a wen woman, - 1 4 3 ari...

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. — 28 May 1909

iWWiuiuwuia FREE LUfvlBER BEATEN BY OVER TWUTO OHE I Work of Congress NEA IT KEEPS EIGHT ON DAI7CIJT0. step Jpk WW The Interstate Commerce tomrain- lion has sent to Congress the third In- Mallment of Its report on railrond dis- crluilnp.tlons In the coal ana on irai- ne, mis one rt-iuiuig i i tells of the merging or various umo and West Virginia coal companies ana I of ttuir control by the Trunk Lino . syndicate. The commission found mat the syndicate tended to discourage tne development of other mines not con- I nected with Its companies, thus re ta'nlnp po far as possible a monopoly I of the field., Charles M. Pepper, special agent of the Department of Commerce and La bor, who has been studying the flBcal systems of Europe, reports that Great I. i. . i.. l . Ann AAA I . .AiiAnii I uniain inieea -u from the Income tax law during the last fiscal year, that being the largest single source of revenue. Mr. Tipper analyzes the various sources of the Income tax and shews that the prln- 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. — 4 June 1909

DAKOTA COUNTY ffi Stale Hislona M0TT0--A11 The News When It Is News. VOLUMK XVII DAKOTA CITY, NED., FRIDAY, .1UXK 4, 1909. NUMBER 49 4 i CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. DOCTOR FOUND DEAD THKOHY OK MlKDKlt WAItltANT. i:i nv ciucvmst.vaci'.s. John T. lllnklcy. Sr., Vn. n lMlnil Physician, and with Mcmlii'ix r Family Wan Stopping nt Wi-lliiiRton Hotel on a Visit Ut C1iIcjij;o. Evidence supporting the theory that Tnhn T 1jlnlfli.tr r rt V.vn llHVll le. Ind.. met his death at the Wellington hotel In Chicago Wednesday nt the hunds of a robber wan adduced at the' coroner's inquest Thursday. The ev idence presented did not disprove the hypothesis of Huiclde, but It materially weakened it. Briefly Mated, the testi mony showed that Dr. lilnkley was 82 years old, a lover of his family and of the church to whose creed he sub scribed the Presbyterian. Save for a left hand crippled by rheumatism his health was good, his spirits were high at the prospect of a family r...

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. — 4 June 1909

V v Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CUT, NEB. VOnX IL REAM, Pnbllaher rMlosoplilztng Is a padding to sr.-ft-n the world's hard knocks. An energetic man makes lazy people tinromfortable, which la often the only basis for their criticism. "Conversation Is a lost art," says a Kew York essayist. Yes, the best we jet now la common talk. What has become of the old-fashioned open faced apple butter pie that ttstd to wear galluses made of dough? Patten has reached that stage where Je shudders every time he sees shred ded wheat biscuits on the bill of fare. New York waiters are thinking of re fusing t Ipa. Tncy are perhaps think ing of taking what a man has with Urn. Chickens may come home to roost, but their conduct would be despicable, If, they should lay eggs during their Visit. A Boston woman' Is said "to have embraced 23 different religions," but It 1? not known how many of them ehe has practiced. Perhaps it should be explained that the order to remove tho figureheads from the battleships d...

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. — 4 June 1909

1 peofljC IB RIG ATI ON IN OLDEN KEXICO. By President Diaz. With a view of benefiting properties' (hat are susceptible of Irrigation, the National Geographical Exploration Company made a survey of the Santlagullo lake, in the valley of the Guatiniape river, of which the waters ran be diverted to the rich Nazas region, and made reconnolsances of the Tunal, Conchos and other rivers looking to ths use of their waters for the encouragement of agriculture by Irrigation. Increased interest is constantly being manifested In the utilization of water courses subject to federal jurisdiction, stimulated during the last six months by the ample resources which the important financial Institution known as the Rink for Loans to Irrigation Worki and for the Encouragement of Agri culture has been able to furnish to our agriculturists and by the sums assigned out of the treasury reserves for the promotion of Irrigation works wherever they are possible. As a consequence of these new facilities concess...

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. — 4 June 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County JOaX H. MAM, PT7BLI8KZB. Subscription Trice, $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly now-paper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the runsmisBion of tliigpapcrtliroiigh the mails m sccond-claes matter. Telephone No. 43. . It 1 I .. , from our Exchanges Tonea Journal : Wni Auge, Sr, was at Dakota City last Friday. Pender Times: Mr and Mrs L L Rem were at Sioux City Wednesday uitrlit. Leon took in tbo Gutcb- Kubiao-WasHem wrestle, Walthill items in Fender Times: Kev J L Phillips keens trailiuR around here and acts as though bo'll let us know his business later on. He looks like he means business. Walthill Times: J II Hock well of Homer, was visiting some friends in Waltbitl, Monday.... Will Estill had business at Sioux City aud Homer a couple of days this week....ltev J L Phillips of South Sioui City is in town today. He says that the work on the basement of the new church will be commencel next week. Ponca Leader: Mr...

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. — 4 June 1909

-A Hair ft Jressma u ci wish a high-class hair '.vc are sure Ayer's Vior, new improved for- , v. i.i s"c2tly please you. :cps i:;c hair soft and :ux arfcr. i..c cr.Js. And it keeps the scalp free from dandruff. 'Ti rj'- ' rh.'n?e Ihf cjor of ihe hair. lakes it look rich and , j. iuvvma dinning ui 1' Ujers rsrmula with oh bottl J Show It to yonr Ak him bont It, then doaahaiaya At t:ie same time the new Ayer's Hair V'i.r;or is a strong hair tonic, promoting the growth of the hair, keeping all the tisrups of the hair and scalp in a healthy cot-dition. The hair stops falling, dan druff disappears. A splendid dressing. Hi i0 1 by tho J. c. Ayr Co.. Lowell, Um. Local Items Friday, June 4, 1909 We Lave as good a stock of hard ware and tinware as there ever was in Dakota City, and you will find our prices right. Schriever Bros. Floyd Leslie was up from Winneba go, over Sunday. Jay Bliven was up from Pender Sat urday looking after Lis property here. Gorge McRcath was up from Homer Tuesday ni...

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