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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 13 August 1909

i! r4 XTTOYOWS EMINENT DOCTORS AT YOTJB SERVICE FREE. Not a Penny to Pay for the Fullest Medical 1'xamination. If you are Jn doubt as to the cuuse of your disease, mail us a postal re questing a medical examination blank which you will fill out and return to us. Our doctors will carefully diag nose your case, and If you can be cured you will be told so; If you can cot be cured you will be told so. You are not obligated, to us In any way, for this advice Is absolutely free. You are at liberty to take our advice or not, as you see fit, Send to-diy fnr a medi cal examination blink, fill o'lt and re turn to us. and o'ir eminent dorfors will dbgiiose your cn.se thoroughly, eb-nlntcly fre. Viinyon, .'.'M and .TctTcrr.on streets, riiH-i.'elphli. Pi. FASHION HINTS To hava a ona piece semi-fitted linen dress i to know solid comfort. Maka it iof a dark shade, and guiltless of frills. The Iriah lace or batiite collars so popular now, are a good neck finish. The sketch shows one of these useful...

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. — 13 August 1909

4 For Liver, Bladder, Kidney Vend Stomach Trcu&Ies TAKE Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules "Ouorles and Tastaleaa." .T20 wi" nni1 h r,ic' fallows the use of ! c,Pul- This time-honored and eflec t I non remedy" lim a reputation of orer i VS.?",M b,el1 ' COLD MEDAL UAAK. , LEU OIL U tha ONLY gtnuma. . HollinJ Medicine Co., Scranton, Pa. J . Vf Sir ' 1 mun "T at your Cold Med ' al Hsarlrm Oil ia the greatest medicine In tha orli. M, back wu in a bad fi for sue I .,k, n ' h" b taking yotir Haarlem Oil two nights, and tha pain ia aJl tone. I ill do all 1 raa lor you. W-hing you good luck, I remain Your friend, ANTHONY C. MO RAN, Hsitlngi on-Hudsoo T. O. Boa 201, Feb. 19, 1909. Hem York Capsulea 2J and SO eenta. Bottlea 15a and 5c, at aJl druggists. " HOLLAND MEDICINE CO.. Importer fcranton. Fa, your uruRfriat cannot Itipply yo, iue aa slirecL TOILET ANTISEPTIC NOTHING LIKE IT FOR TFITTtJ PJrtine excels any dentifrk ' I al in cleaniinc wlutentw and removing tartar from the teeth, beside ...

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. — 13 August 1909

TARIFF BILL IS VICTOR; SIGHED BY PRESIDENT Senate Vote 47 to 31 Leather Joker Corrected Congress Adjourna. SEVTJI SENATORS BOLT 0. 0. P. President Defenda Measure aa Ful fillment of Ilia Pre-Electlon Fledges. President Taft signed the Payne tar iff bill at G:06 Thursday evening In the Presidents room at the capltol la Washington, surrounded by cabinet of ficials. Senators and representatlvea who had gathered to witness the slm ple cere.mony. Within an hour thereafter, or at o'clock, the Senate having adopted the conference report by a vote of 47 to 31, an both houses having adopted the concurrent resolution to correct the errors In the leather schedule, the special session of Congress adjourned without day. For good or 111, the re vised tariff is before the people. The new law became operative at. mid night. Thursday night the President gave a farewell dinner at the White House to the leaders of both houses of Congress. Friday evening Jie departed for the summer capital at Beverly. ...

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. — 20 August 1909

1 ' MOTTO All Tfcs Hsrm XTtesa It la Eszs. . VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NKIL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1901). NUMBER 51 WORLD'S DAILY HEl'S CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED COST IS TWO LIVES HOVRQtE AND IIOLCOMI1 SLAIN IX HOOHIF.K RACIX. Cr Cralie Into a Fence Two lUxv ords Are Shattered Barney CM1 fleld Covers Mile In 43 1-10 Sec onds. Tv lives were lost at the opening cf the new Indianapolis motor speed way Thursday. William A. Bouque, driver of the Knox car In the 250-mtle race, and Harry Holoomb, his me chanician, were killed by crashing into a fence. Two records were broken. Barney OldfielJ, driving a high power Benz, covered a mile in 43 1-10 seconds, breaking Denial's mark of 51 seconds, and Louis Chevrolet, In a Buick, made ten miles in 8:66 4-10, cutting Old fleld's time of 9:12 3-5. Both of these are American track marks. Robert Burman won the 260-mile race, the feature of the day. It was this contest that cost Bourque and Holcomb their lives. The winner's time was 4:38:5"...

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. — 20 August 1909

Dakota County Herald' DAKOTA CITY. NIB. John H. Rtam, Publleheri It Is rumored thru Dr. 1-liot I o "t $10,000 a foot for editing th::t five foot '.Ibrhry. Abdul Hiirnhl's life Is preserved In the hope ho will tell where ho hll that $200,000,001). Many of those militant London mif- fragettes have husbands, hut you don't hear so .much about them. The German chemist who li extract ing fertilizer from th.. atmosphere could make a large fortune in Chi cago. A New York m in offers a reward of $10,000 for a sure cure for hl.i obesity. There's a weighty problem to solve. The arrival of twins canned a Penn sylvania farmer to commit suicide. It was altogether "two" nun h of a good thing. J. M. Barrle has politely declined to be knighted. It Is too bad that Thomas C'arlyle couldn't have lived to hear about It. An optimist Is the man who takes whatever weather Is sent and decides that It Is Just what the fanners have been waiting for. No one need be surprised to learn that there are grafters In...

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. — 20 August 1909

Opinions of Great Papers on Important CONVERTING THE CHINESE. 10 N the matter of the American girl teacher, Elsie Slgel, who was lmu derail by her Chinese lover, no better sense has been spoken than Is attributed by the peper to Miss Helen Clark of tho Clark Mission In Worth street.. For fifteen yearn, Miss Clark rays, she has protested against whits women attempting to Christianize Chinese, and she declares that there are more women missionaries degraded by Chinese men than there are Chinese con verted. Miss Clark goes on to say: "It la the attraction of the sex that predominates In both cases, not that of religion. Despite all that la In the papers, the public does not see the other Hide the Chinese side. The plct'ires that I have seen are of young, vain, frivolous white women deliberately flirt ing with and letding on their Chinese pupils. But 'con sider what a puzzle such a woman must be to the Chinese, a race totally unaccustomed to any freedom for women. Is It Btrange that the...

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. — 20 August 1909

Dakota County Herald Official Paper of the County JOB . 1111, rCBMSEZB. Babwsrlption Price. $1.00 Ier Year. A. weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska, Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the aua as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. The leaders of the democrat party of Dakota county Thos Sollivsn, Thos Alhford and J J McAllister met si the court honse Monday aftnrnoon in mass convention sod after about three hour consultation decided on who shonld be the candidates at the primary election to fill the vacancies on the ticket for which no one had filed. As there were no aspirants present who desired to be sacrificed in that way, with the exception of D O Evens of South Sioux City, who is hunkering for Treasurer Manning's pltce, the sm lections were made at random, and tin chances are that the parties chosen would hare filed in the regular way and paid the fee if they had had any dee retohaTetheirnan.es on the offi cial ballot. The el...

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. — 20 August 1909

Wh ere is ixr rr . o i our nairc In your comb? Why so? Is not the head a much better place for It? Better keep what Is left where itbelongsl Ayer'sHair Vigor, new Improved formula, quickly stops falling hair. Thtre is not a particle of doubt about it. We speak very posi- lively about this, for we know. Drts no change the color of the hair. formula with Mob bottle 9 Show 1 to youv doctor Ask him boot It, thon do m ho Bar I yers Indeed, the one great leading feature of our new Hit Vigor may well be said to be this it stops falling hair. Then it goes one step further it aids nature in rtnring the hair and scalp to a health condition. Ask for "the new kind." MU bj tho J. C. Am Co., Lowoll, r Local Items Friday, Aug. ao, igog We hare as good a stock of hard war sod tinware as there eer was in Dakota City, and yon will find our prices right. Schriever Bros. Frank Orr retnrned home' Monday from a month's riait in Canada. Bay a good farm on the Dakota county bottom. I hare it. Eimers. Chas ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 August 1909

KTTSYON'S EMINENT DOCTORS AT YOUR SERVICE TREE. Not Penny to Pay for the Fullest Medical Examination, It you are In doubt as to the cause of your disease, mail ns a postal re questing a mefllcal examination blank which you will All out and return to tis. Our doctors will carefully diag nose your case, and If you can be cured you will be told so; if you can rot be cured you will be told so. You are not obligated to us In any way, for this advice is absolutely free. You are t liberty to take our ndvlce or not, as you see fit. Send today for a medi cal examination blank, fill out and re turn to us, and our eminent doctors will dl.ignnse your rase thoroughly, absolutely free. Munyon's. S3d and Jefferson streets, Philadelphia. Pa. Hound to Comr. Visitor I !pf you have a strong wirt netting over jour canlcn. That's to keep your neighbor" chickens out, I presume. jlost No; that's to keep out the bal loons and aeroplanes. Vn'r dope yourself for every llttl tain. It only hurts your stomach. ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 August 1909

Barlr Trpiin,f In M roc-. In Morocco It is customary for fe rn an to miry nioit of his riohes 1n ft place known only to himself. This "custom Is practiced by nil Moors, for hey cannot trust them directly it was known whore the money was. At the (lenth of the head of a fam ily in Moroc;o, rtlggms operations comraenre nt enre, but seldom is the money discovert". There must be Many fortunes burled away in odd corners of the country. An instance jcaroe under the writer's notice at one of the coast towns. 'During the demo lition of a hoiio!) a considerable sum of money was found built into the wall. DISCOIIHAC-ED WOMEW. A Word of Unite fur Dnpulrlitg ()nr. Kidney trouble makes weak, weary, worn women. Eacliache, hip pains, dizziness, headaciien, nervousness, lan guor, urinary trou hies make women suffer untold misery. i vmcH Ailing kidneys are Vrf 4r the cause. Cure them. tti c Mrs. Irene Tudor, 118 J'X-A. N. Clagg St., nolle yjf i" font-line, Ohio, says: Pl'Cj'il.klXJt "I thought my tro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 August 1909

With Congress adjourned the cap! tol was deserted the next day and only the echo were heard of the long-drawn-out tariff debate. Already moat of the Senators and Representa- tires were on the way to their hornet, while In the morning the outgoing trains had aboard many of those who staved behind only long enough to close up their affairs. Both the Sen' ate and House chambers looked as If a cyclone had struck them. Scattered over the desks and on the floor were tariff schedules, statistics, bills, reso lutions, and what not, all useful a day or two before, but now appropriate matter for the waste heap. An army of workmen was on hand early to re move the rubbish, take up the carpets, overhaul the draperfles and desks and to otherwise make ready for the regu lar session beginning next December. The extraordinary session of Con gress which completed a few day ago Its revision of the tariff law, cost the American people, It has been estimat ed by some of the statisticians around the capl...

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. — 27 August 1909

EIRAILEJ) MOTTO All Th Hot YTfcca It la Ecrr. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NER FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1901). NUMBER 52 DMUMTA COUMTY ft PIONEERS MEET AGAIN 'Twenty-Eighth Annual Reunion of the Pioneers and Old Settlers Association of Dakota County. Neb., a Grand Meeting. Iukuta City, Neb., Auk. 26. Memories laden with sweet enchantment, st!rrlnn remlnlKcence of adventure and conquest, pathetic recollections of sacrifice and Buffering stray leaves drifting out from elemental chapters of the history of a great commonwealth characterized the reunions of the Pioneers' and Old Set tlers' associations of Dakota county held In Dakota City today. Monumental to the achievements of these Intrepid pathfinders, these sturdy men and noble women, stands a splendid civilization, where before their adven nomadic Indian tribes prowled the forest and roamed the prairies. Thus It is that Dakota county and Nebraska today paid homage to the pioneers who made the "desert to blossom as the rose." The meccalike de...

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. — 27 August 1909

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. John H. Roam, Publisher The Slgel case .hows that ths Uhl aanian's name is still Ah 8ln. No, the average citizen would not object to a tax on all Income of mora than $5,000 a year. It may be set down as a general rule that the alum are not safe locali ties for the Elsie Slgels. Mra. Gould say a she Ib very happy. What! Has she already learned to dress on less than $40,000 a year? Now It la claimed that only 10,000 Christians were killed in the rerent massacres in Asia Minor. "Only!" Robbers have held up the wrong train. The law In punishing them will hold up the right men, neverthe less. Abdul Humid has become a, farmer. Look out for the seeds he is planting; be may be preparing whirlwinds for the constitutional Ista. It seems that Count Bonl was not alone In being marked by destiny to keep the Gould millions from swelling to dangerous proportions. Mr. Roosevelt should understand that when he encounters an African Wild animal Dr. Long's sympath...

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. — 27 August 1909

I THE MOST REMARKABLE CARAVAN THAT EVER ENTERED AFGHANISTAN. i ait : v4 hvb ttfrtfn iu -. -.7. ... ;! 7k,' .... VA Ui J 'A l,jp ,3iw Lt Ut'l Pafeirs p.e people A STEAM ROLLER AND MOTORS FOR THE AMEER. The Indian tour of the Ameer of Afghanistan in 1907 has evidently Impressed on him the advantages of good roads, and It would appear that he is now about to have such throughout his dominion. Doubt less good roads and motor cars would greatly facilitate the extensive tours his Highness ha to take to keep In touch with the distant proTlnces of his kingdom. Recently some ten elephants were seat la Chuman to convey a steam roller, a motor car, a stone-cruBhlng machine, and a mo tor boat to Cabul. The motor hoat is probably for pleasure trips on the Cabul River, while the car will enable the Ameer to visit the outlying provinces of his dominions In as many days as It has hitherto taken months. FAIR WOMANHOOD. be- not to gentle and so bounteous doth ap pear My lady, when she maketh a salute...

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. — 27 August 1909

Dakota County Herald -Official Paper of the County iOM B. If AM, FUBLIBEZft. Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City. Nebraska. Permission has heen granted for the , transmission of thispaperthrough the mam as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. items ot mteresi from our Exchanges " Wtnnt Tribiinp: Miss Lnoy Jones came tip from ViUa Tucaday tor a few days visit with Inencls. Pender Times: Geo J AdamB, Frank Gft-eiiaugb, Max Vogt, Harold Forrest and Thnrman Cbuse tpent Sunday at Crystal lake. Pender Republic: Will Bargman and James Van Valin went to Wayne Tuesday and from there will go to Crystal lake for an outing. Dloomfield Monitor: Ed Hammond was down to Omaha recently and oame home via Schuyler. His little girl came up with him to visit here until chooi opens in September. Ponca Leader : Chris Jeep, of South Sioux City visited Rev liray and fami ly this week.... Rev A E Doitz and two suns came home tbis week Irom their outing at Crystal...

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. — 27 August 1909

A Hair Dressing If you wish a high-class hair circling, we are sure Ayer's H.-.ir Vigor, new improved for mula, c ill greatly please you. It Keeps the hair soft and simoth, makes it look rich and luxuriant, prevents splitting at the ends. And It keeps the sca'p free from dandruff. pa:s rtf change he tnlnr of Iht hair. A Formula with Moh bottl Show 11 to your dootor At k him about It, then do m bo 7 yers At the same time the new Ayer's Hsir Vigor is a strong hair tonic, promoting the growth of the hair, keeping all the tissues of the hair and scalp in a healthy condition. The hair stops falling, dan drufT disappears. A splendid dressing. "--lubT ths J. O. AnrOo.,Umll, M Local Items Friday, Aug. 27, 1909 We have as good a stock of hard warn and tinware as there ever was in Dakota City, and you will find our prices right. Schriever Bros. day from a visit at Blair, Nebr. Bay a good farm on the Dakota county bo t tern. I have it. Eimers. YVm Bouton came down from Ray mond, S D, to attend...

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. — 27 August 1909

KENTON'S TXRTKTZW TiftPTnuo. kt I YOU2 SERVICE FR2E. Not Penny to Pay for the Fullest Medical Examination. If you are In doubt ai to the mum of your disease, mall us a postal re questing a medical examination blank which you will nil out and retnrn to na. Our doctors will carefully diag nose your rase, and If you can be cured yon will be told no; If you can tot be curd you will be told bo. You are not obligated to us In any way, for this advice Is absolutely free. You are at liberty to take our advice or not, as yen gee fit. Send to-day for a medi cal examination blank, fill out and re turn to us, and our eminent doctors will diignose your case thoroughly, ab.-olutely free. Munyon's, find and Jefferson streets, Philadelphia. Pa. . . . r ftiiMi , Irving w;u playing "M -lcVih," to run.i til - sio'.y in "Iniprcu!on o Hen ry Irving, r.nd ho lir.rl renc!u-l the pl.T-o w!htj Macbeth orders lianquo's ghost to leave (he banquet boa-d. ''Hence, liorriblo sludow u.-irml mockery, hence!" said ...

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. — 27 August 1909

Cortilpl WniHi, Once In a college town th mm or tbftt etadoittS Were tarrrlnc rnnroalod 0 Ice. Thn rhtif Snt order that the heinous practlc iCtouU be stopped. One day a group of them psjRr-d a policeman, and on of the students In dotns so put hie hand to b!.i hip porket. Then, as If recollectinjt himself In time, ho hastily withdrew It and looked sheeyUly at the policeman. "What have you In that pocket?" the latter asked sternly. Instead of answering, the student and all li' roitriuiiio-iis. aa It panlo atrlchen. starred to n:n. After a chase all the students were cornered and ordered to deliver up whatever they had In tholr Jilp packets. .Veokly they obeyed. TOach one eat rlnl a corncob. The rer-iarks of the pii!l("tran ennnot po;Ib!y be record ed. Philadelphia I-eder. A l.t'i'i Dii.itiianof, Mr. Rawer:' wv.le bad strayed away, and fo i;) had been sent to find It. In.i!s J of rjr.ilriK along the read in the dlicitiun In which the mule had been last t'cen. Pcmp scrambled up Proipeft...

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. — 27 August 1909

mm. RESENT statistics show that the horse as a part of the en tourage of the wealthy is rapidly disappearing. Referring particularly to Its own city, the St. Louis Globe-Democrat nays that as a reliable means of transportation In commercial lines he is holding his own for the moment. But the application of analysis to the statistics at hand shows that with the ' growth of the city in population the horse Is not keeping pace with municipal Increase. At present, it Is true, the demand for good ani mals is active, and they are readily salable, but tracing them down it is found that they go to the field in which the automobile has not yet proved Its entire practicability that of hauling and delivery. Why this is so both automobile men and livery men agree. The initial cost, the expense of upkeep, and, most of all, the high rate of depreciation, aided by the woeful lack of experienced and economical drivers, are responsible. The ed ucation of drivers, the standardization of machines, the...

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. — 3 September 1909

DAKOTA COUNTY MOTTO-Ail The Sctti When It Ii flow. VOLUME XVII I DAKOTA CITY, NKR, FRIDAY, SEPTKMHKU ), 1909. NUMBER 1 WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STAHWe . . ciaw 'DREAM COMES TRUE 'NORTH POLE FOUND FOR FIRST TIME BY DR. COOK. Discoverer is an American Intrepid Eiplorer Started on Polar Expedi tion in Summer of 1B07 Coveted Goal Reached April 21, 1908. The dream of finding the north'pole has for centuries lured explorers, sci entists and daring adventurers. Wheth er this dream has now become a real ity by the achievement of Dr. Freder ick A. Cook, of Brooklyn, N. T., rests thus far upon the reports cabled from Copenhagen Wednesday apparently through an official source. At the same time Dr. Cook cables a laconic mes sage from Lerwick, Shetland island, whence he is proceeding to Copenha gen, saying: "Successful. Well. Address Copen hagen." That Dr. Frederick A. Cook, t 'n American explorer, reached the north pole in his expedition which has Ju:'t ended was giv...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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