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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 3 September 1909

2 i Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY. NKB. John M. Ram, Publlshe A man's dollar do not always make tip for bis lack of sense. K mast be much pleasanter to pilot a. war balloon before hontilitIe begin tha afterward. The Wright boys will be flying to (he end f the rainbow next and ren log back with a pot of gold. Th g'rl who graduates In calico wobI fool many young men Into the belief that It Is her favorite fabric. The Pittsburg man who proposed to every woman he met wa9 Insane. Oth erwise be might not have escaped no easily. Some men make more noise about a nickel they contribute to charity than an old hen doe when she lays an egg. Mark Twain appears to nwd some trustworthy person to take care of bis money for him after he has earned It. Washington is bothered by a bur glar who wears a dress suit. Yet, aft r all. It Is only fitting that a burglar ihould wear evening clothes. An Oklahoma man was sentenced to two days In janl for cheating the gas meter. This would be fair If there was...

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. — 3 September 1909

LET NOT LOVE GO. TOO. Kow thn purple night is past. Now the moon more faintly glow. Dawn has through thy casement cast Honrs on thy breast, ft rose. Now the kinscp are all done, Now the world awnkes anew; Now the charmed hour la gone Let not In ve go, too. When old winter, creeping nigh. Sprinkles raven hair with white, l)1ms the brightly glnnolng eye. Laughs (iwny the dancing light. Rosea may forget their sun, Llllca may forpet their dew. Realities perish, one hy one Let not love go, too. I'alares and towers of pride Crumble year hy year away: Creeds, like rohes, ere laid nstdo; Kven our very tombH decay! When the all-conquering ninth and rut clnaw the goodly garments through. When tho dust returns to dust. Let not love go, too. Kingdoms melt awny like snoiv, ods are spent like wasting (lames. Hardly the new peoples know Their divine, thrice worshiped names! At the lust great hour of all. When thou makest all things new. Father, hear thy children call Let not love go, too. -Alfred ...

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. — 3 September 1909

Dakota County Herald . Official Paper of the County JOBB H. fc CAM, PCHLIHEIR. Hubactiption Price. $1.00 Ter Year. Two Honored Pioneers of Dakota County, n A weekly" newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska.. Permission ha been granted for the transmission of this paper through tiie mhiii as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Tub HrtiAiu baa passed another milestone and with this isnue enters "upon it eighteenth year and the fourth year of the present ownership. We thank onr many patrons for their ( generous patronage, and we will con tinue to gie you "all the news while it is news" for a dollar a year. A final effort is being made by the democratic leaders(?) to fill the vacan cies on the county ticket. What few that stayed on the ticket say they did it "just for a joke." Very naturally and very properly the Republican stato platform recited the aehieTemeuts of the party. This is a peculiarity of Republican plat forms. They "point with pride" as well as to "view with alarm....

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. — 3 September 1909

4 1 ee a i A I CO70, jl Since May, 1906, Ayer's Sar ji vi;:ari!!a has been entirely free !;froin alcohol. If you are In j poor health, weak, pale, nerv fious, ask your doctor about tak J this non-alcoholic tonic and S alterative. If he has a better ji medicine, take his. Get the best ways. Tins is our advice. Wo publish our formulas 9 W ban 1th alcohol from our modtolno Wo uriro yon to consult your dootor A niuggish liver means a coated tongue, n bs;1 breath, and constipated bowels. The question is, " What is the best thing to do under such circumstances?" Ask vo'ir doctor if this is not a good answer: ''Take laxative doses of Ayer's Pills." .-v. bT tho J. C. Ayr Co., Lowell, Uut, Local Items t i Friday, Sept. 3, 1909 We have as good stock of Lard warn and tioware as there ever was in Dakota City, and you will find our prices right. Bchriever Bros. Bay a good farm on the Dakota trounty bottom. I have it. Eimers. Dave Batcher went to Emerson Sun day to attend the funeral of his aunt,...

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. — 3 September 1909

1 What Gold to 4 Cannot Dy A.LE.XA. AutW of "A Crooked Path." Woman's Wit." "Deaton'a "Mont'i Choloe," "A CHAPTER IX. Miss Dacre wai a very persevering young woman, nor was she restrained by any sensitive delicacy In pursuing her designs. Hitherto she had rather liked Mrs. Savllle In a surface fash Ion. flattering herself that oho was a favorite with the stem little woman. On this supposed favoritism she was always ready to presume. Mono Des rnond and Mr. Rawson were therefore somewhat appalled when the sounds of vclces and approaching footsteps In the pleasure ground to which the win dows of the smaller drawing room opened made themselves heard about tea time, when Mrs. 8avllle had come in from a abort stroll with her confl deutlaJ adviser, and Hope had descend ed from her own room, wure she had cn;oyed a couple of hours' solitude. These rounds were followed by the ap pearauce of Miss Dacre, Savllle, Lum ley and Lord Everton. "80 sorry yon were not able to come to church thla morni...

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. — 3 September 1909

: GONSTIPATIOII RELIEVED , PRICE 25 Ct. I Mailed postpaid en re ccipt of price Tou can't have beautiful complex Ion If your blood la Impure or If you puffer with Indigestion or any stomach or liver ailment Munyan'a Paw-Taw Pills regulate the bowels, correct indigestion, constipa tion, biliousness, torpid livers, jaun dice, sallow and dull complexions. They purify the blood and clear the skin of pimples, sores and moat eruptions. One pill la n, gentle laxative; two pills a thorough physic. They do not gripe, they do not weaken. Price 260. MUXTON'S BEMKDT CO., B:ird and JcfToraon Sta., Phlla., Pa. Ilrtrlhntlun. "A cms on i lie ii mu that invented hatd njMirs !" he exclaimed. Hul the curse mine heme to roost, aad roosted. With the r"su!t that hi henil is as bald now n iin eggplant. Chicago Tribune. Io your feet ever feel tired, achy nuf pure itt niirlit? Kub tliem with n littll ll.n:i!;rc Wizard Oil. They'll he glad it 1 In- iiioriiinir. and no will you. A!rrlale Dreed. "Tl:o Aeronaut ...

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. — 3 September 1909

EXPLODING THE MYTHS OF CAPTAIN KIDD Actual Facts in the Legend ary Career of the Scotch man Who Was Accused of Piracy and for Whose Fabulous Buried Treas ure Adventurers Are Still Seeking. Ths burled treasure of Capt. Kidd la one of the greatest myths of mod ern times. Kldd's gold has been Bought for 200 years. The waters of bays, rivers and lagoons have been swept for the hulk of his sunken ship. Quest of the treasure of Capt. Kldd must always be In vain, for Kldd burlid no treasure, says the Philadelphia Ledger. Neither of the two vessels In which he cruised during his years of free roving was sunk, so there ran bo no sunken hulk of Capt. Kldd's laden with gold or otherwise. The Adventure Galley, In which he began his cruises, was condemned as unseaworthy and burned at Madagas- car. His other ship, the Quedah Mer chant, was burned at Hlspanlola (San Domingo) after Kldd's arrest In Bos ton. The sloop San Antonio, In which Kldd came north, was seized In Bos ton. Fanciful stories hav...

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. — 10 September 1909

DAKOTA COUNTY MOTTO All The Tfvwu TYvm It It Notre. State Historical Society VOLUME XVI 11 DAKOTA CITY, NKIU FRIDAY, S KPTK3I HKIl 10, 1909. NUMBER t WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED RAILWAY KING DEAD K. H. HAKKIM.W CIX)SKS I JFK AT 1IIS HILLTOP IIOMK. J'lual Summons 1 Peaceful Sheer ;rlt Fall at the La Members of Family mid Brother and Sister at lU-dsldo Mlna Active to tins Kiid. Edward H. Harrlman, the greatest organizer of railroads the world has ever known, met the only lasting de feat of his active life Thursday at the hands of death. Secluded In his mag nificent home on Tower hill, near Ar den, N. Y., surrounded by members of his family, physicians and nurses, he succumbed to an Intestinal disorder after a fight against the disease which will rank for sheer grit with his re markable struggles In the financial world. The exact time of his death Is known only to that limited circle of relatives and associates who had so effectively shielded Mr. Harrlma...

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. — 10 September 1909

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY. NEB. John H. Roam, Publisher The world is sane enough; it's the Inhabitants who are silly. Wako up, Blr William S. Gilbert, aid give rut a suffragette comlo opera, Before automobiles were Invented. Irhat did people do who were la a lurry? A French aviator has won 15,000 by eroBgln the English Channel. Soma- tiroes It pays to aviate. If neither of the poles ran he found, Hhy doesn't some one travel around he world on the equator? "All Europe." aays one of the die patches, "feel Clemencosu's fall." Yrt be fell on only a small part of Europe. A rhilailetphia man who wa going to commit suicide died of hwart d; use. He probably was s.-anxl to death. If all the men would quit voting for three or four years, and leave the mat ter wholly to the women, what would happen? Dr. Eliot prophesies the advent of a new religion, cased on the laws of na ture. We hope It will not be started ty anybody with long, white whiskers Don't have your large Intestine rut fut u...

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. — 10 September 1909

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. John H. Ream, Publisher -' l a The world Is sane enough j IPs the Inhabitant who are silly. Wake up, Sir William 8. Gilbert, nd give ob . suffragette comlo opera. Before automobiles were Invented, What did people do who were In a fcurryt A. French aviator has won $5,K)0 by crossing the English Channel. Some times It pays to aviate. If neither of the poles ran be found, Thy doesn't some one travel around the world on the equator? "All Europe," eays one of the dls $atche. "feel Clemenceau's fall." Yet be fell on only a small part of Europe. A Philadelphia man who waa going to commit suicide died of hnart dis ease. He probably was snared to death. If all the men would quit voting for three or four years, and leave the mat ter wholly to the women, what would happen? Dr. Eliot prophecies the advent of a new religion, based on the laws of na ture. We hope It will not be started ty anybody with long, white whiskers. Don't have your large Intestine rut...

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. — 10 September 1909

PAFElg pthe PEOPLE HOW ZEPPELIN PLANS TO TRY TO REACH THE NORTH POLE BY AIRSHIP TAX TO STOP BARTER OF TITLES. By The attitude of certain foreign noblemen toward Americans is thrft wo ought to produce heiresses here for the export market. I have heard representatives of this class frankly say that they were not brought up to work; that they do not know how to make money. They xpect somebody to look after the material things of this world, so i hat they may get a share of good living, and, as the Americans seem to be the most successful money -V tfia i-Ai i. uuMo.N. makers nowadays, why shouldn't they trade their titles for the dollars of American helresseB? I have seen recently some of the most astounding and barefaced negotiations In this Una of bargaining. I was amazed at the fathers who con sented to It, even participated In it men of strength and character at home. I hare felt sorry for husbands led by their wives la the mad chase after titled so ciety. I would like io see an exp...

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. — 10 September 1909

HOW ZEPPELIN PLANS TO TRY TO REACH THE NORTH POLE BY AIRSHIP TAX TO STOP BARTER OF TITLES. By The attitude of certain foreign noblemen toward Americana Is that wo ought to produce heiresses here for the export market. I have heard representatives of this class frankly say that they were not brought up to work; that they do not know how to make money. They xpect somebody to look after the material things of this world, bo that they may get a share of good living, and, as the Americana seem to be the most successful money maker nowadays, why shouldn't Vll'.-ZS':. 'X i ; t 4 ' K' I'Al 1. 11UHTOM. they trade their titles for the heiresses? I have seen recently some of the most astounding and barefaced negotiations In this line of bargaining. I was amazed at the fathera who con sented to It, even participated In It men of strength and character at home. I have felt sorry for husbands led by their wives In the mad chase after titled so clety. I would like to see an export tax of generous ...

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. — 10 September 1909

Dakota County Herald . Official Paper of the County JOtR B. WAM, rUBMSEXR. Hubecription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A. weekly newspaper published at uakot. UU, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mam as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. While the county commissioners are nominated in the primary election ny the precincts which oomprise each commissioner's district, the entire conntr ballots on each commissioner at the ffeneral election in November. 80 don't forget to rote for Thos Long and J II Bonderson. 91 Skrrd SAT- -L -"4 WW WttT Ir JtJ Items of Interest from our Exchanges 403! VM j0 JKA 9C 0XWX '4. Benson items in Omaha Bee, Mb: Mrs McCartney of Pittsburg, Pa, and Mrs Evans of Dakota Citr. Neb. are the guest over Sunday ot Warner. Mrs W P Hartington News: Mrs C Varvis, who had been a gacst of her daughter, Mra Charles Ireland, returned Monday to her home at Hubbard. She was accompanied by her aon, Harold. Lyons Mirror: R C Bauer ...

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. — 10 September 1909

i ! 3 The d ough of Consumption Your doctor will tell you that fresh air and good food are thi real cures for consumption. But often the cough is very 'rr i. Hence, we suggest that ..ou r.fk your doctor about vou:- takinc Aver's Cherrv fi P.:ctor..!. It controls the tick- t, "-r.r,, quiets the counh. A Wo publish our formulas We bniwh alcohol luers from our medidinoa We urge you to consult your doctor s-5 O-; of Aycr's Pills t bedtime will cause r ;i i ''.creased How of bile, and produce a p.'nrii lr.Mtive effect the day following. 1' ::niih on each box. Show it to your ' " .". Hjv iil understand at a glance. lx , r-is pill at bedtime. - r tta J. C. Ayr Co..Low.ll, Mul m Local Items Friday, Sept. 10, 1909 22w have as good a stock of hard ware and tinware as there ever was in Dakota City, and you will find our prices right. Schrieyer Bros. Bay a good farm on the Dakota tl 1 l?ounty bottom. I haTe it. Eimers. Walter Cheney and sister, Mrs May L Sporling, visited friends in Homer tinnd...

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. — 10 September 1909

Foil OVER 200 YEARS Itaarlaa Oil tit a favorite totfcol4 remarly In million! of home the werle ever. Lataly, kewtttr, many worthleaa iaturieua imi atioM hare tproat up. The Fur Feed aa truc Law i nakief it difttcelt for thrae frauaa. It compel their beine braaeee1 " Imi tation." Tha (eauine, tillable, UuatworUie Haarlem Oil U named Gold Modal Haarlem Oil Ak lor it kjr nana !tt I tli Biott effcla, reliable remedy V .diaceverea for Kidney, Blaoeer anil Liver Trouble. It relieve alraett innantly. It cure eery quickly. It act immediately oa cat oJ auppresatd or retained urine. Holland Medicine Co., Srranton. Th. Dear Sir: I received the aaniplra of Haar. lem Oil Capvilrs. and it girei me errat plrsa re to ay a word for thrni, for I am much im prover) inre I tartcd to take them. Tbey bare done me more Rood than anything I hT Ter tried, at I have uflered untold a(tny Irom bladder trotiMe, and found them to tp me great relief. My home will never lie with out them. I will cheerfully recomme...

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. — 10 September 1909

(,S CONSTIPATION RELIEVED LlLS ffisinJ Mailed postpaid on re "TttJiE ceipt of price Tou can't hve a beautiful complex Ion If your blood Is Impure or 11 you uffr with Indigestion or any stomach rr liver ailment Munyon's Paw-Paw Fills regulate the bowels, correct Indigestion, constlpa tlon, biliousness, torpid livers, Jaun dice, sallow and dull complexions. They purify tho blood and clear the skin of pimples, sores and most eruptions. One pill Is a gentle laxative; tw pills a thoroueh physic. They do not gripe, they do not weaken. Price 25c. MUNYON'S REMEDY CO., E3rd and Jefferson Sts.. Phila.. Pa. BLINDNESS NO HANDICAP. Sightless Explorer Gori Around the World Without Attendant. The recent refusal of a railway booking clerk to Issue a ticket to a blind man who was unaccompanied by a aulde would have sounded rathef ridiculous to James HoJman, the fa mous "blind traveler." Although absolutely sightless, thti remarkable man visited, very early li the last century, almost every plac of n...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 10 September 1909

TACTS IN TABLOID FORM. Three-fourths of tpiiold patients re under 30. In Madagascar everyone wears ellk, Whlch la cheaper there than linen. Great Britain has 600,000 horses available (or the purposes of warfare. Plana are being made for the elec Vlflratlon of the more Important State f&llwaya of Sweden. New Jersey gets 18,000,000 a year from Its oyster beds, but could get $40,000,000 from the same source If the available tide land was properly seeded and cultivated. The Radium Institute of Heidelberg, to be opened before the end of the year, will be the first of Its kind to begin actual work, as an endowment has been raised for It. After having been in use since 1750, the Testament used at the Essex ses sions court at Shelmaford, England, has now been replaced by a new one, the gift of E. North Buxton. The bottle that keeps Its content! hot or cold for hours was no catch penny Invention. The glass vacuum Jacket waa first devised by Lord De war in 1895 for his experiments In liqu...

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. — 17 September 1909

i.;AimvSlU3ldS' A COUNTY fx DAI State Historical Society MOTI O All Tho Srwi TThen It Ii How. DAKOTA CITY, NKR, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1909. NUMBER 3 VOLUME XVIII it LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. iDUEL ENDS IN DEATH TWO CIIICA(M) AVOM12N KiAGE IN MOKTAIi tM)MHAT. Clash with rUloi and Knlfo One lnuid Dead ; Otlier's Injuries Prove Fatal Kvldeiioe of llloody Rattle guarrvU Had Iloon Frequent. Mrs. Julia Tripp was killed and Mrs. Jacob Silvers, of New Tork, received wounds which later proved fatal a." the result of a piBtol and knife battle between the two women in Mrs. Tripp's partmenta at 6609 Prairie ave nue, a fashionable reaidenoe district of Chicago, on Wednesday. Mrs. Stive r Is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Tripp. It I. said her husband left her about three months ago because of her curious actions. Mrs. Tripp is the wife of s superintendent of a manufacturing firm of Chicago. When the apartment was entered blood was found on the parlor curtain: and sever...

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. — 17 September 1909

1 Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. John H. Riam, Publisher Calveston has King Canute brat sev eral city blocks. Being an absolute monarch Is be coming absolutely foolish. The cigarette la the dead mouse In the wall of the tobacco shop. flnnd Tri.Trntncr TTova vml triad an Investment by brightening somebody's lire tnis morning? As King Alfonso would say: "You cannot make a Spanish omelet without breaking a few eggs." No, Anxious Inquirer, Mr. Llttauer was not party to the fatal glove ron t6t on the battleship Vermont. The woman who thrashed her hus band for getting drunk regarded It doubtless merely as a case of tight lacing. Owing to the ndvent of tne aero plane some one from Kansas might make a fortune by Introducing the cy tlone cellar In England. Orvllle Wright earned a $.",000 bonus In 14 minutes and 42 seconds. It had taken him pome time, however, to get ready to do the earning. Philosophers, LIIX's, and others of that character greet one another as follows: "Good evening...

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. — 17 September 1909

TAKING CHANCES. Tie love that makes the world to round.' round." The piwts Idlthily King; AIns for 1 i tn ho pawns his watch To ii:- ii diamond rln. And nit'T In a little flat I'wpIIs i (p ,vlth his dear And fiLimrs excuses 'kuIiisI tin- tun' 'J'l litni'.lord doth appear. "'Tin love thnt makes the world go round," 'i trust, n pleasing Rong, Hut ofton, us the farts do prove, It makes the world cn wrong. Point times the chap who got his choice l"or freedom stoutly prays. While In; wlio soupht her hand In v.iln Lives happy ull his days. " "Tls love that makes the world ko round." I would no cynic I p; Although wc make pome grave mls taki s, 'Tin vi ry pl.i in to see That love is mill well worth the while f mortals h"rc below And life without some risks to run Would be a trifle slow. Illrin Ingham Age -1 fern Id. i. . "Marry!" said old Tollevents Thompson, as he rocked lazily upon the veranda of his Biiug. but ill-shaped wooden cottage on tho outskirts of Four Corners. "You've pot me. W...

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