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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 11 March 1910

Farmers! Act Quickly and Snap Up this Splendid Subscription Bargain. Every farmer in Dakota and the surrounding counties should read weekly, the Farmers' TrlbllllCS, of Sioux City, Iowa, and learn how to increase the yield of his land. You should be securing the greatest possible revenne from every branch of yow work, whether you may be doing grain farming, raising pure-bred live stock or poultry, or growing fruit, or feeding. It is the most Com prehensive as well as the most Practical Agricultural and Live Stoek Journal published in the United States. It treats liberally at all times, every phase of farming. It is worth many times its subscription price to the farmer. Its editorials are thoroughly reliable as well as in tensely practical. Its editors are successful farmers and breeders and therefore dish out the food which the Practical farmer can easily assimilate. Its one endeavor is to elevate its already high stand ard and to increase its present prestige THE DAKOTA COUNTY HERA...

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. — 18 March 1910

DAKOTA COUNTY 11 1 l f i 1 V l XI A IX Mrs MOTTO-All Tho News When It Is News. VOLUMK XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEK., FRIDAY, MAliCH 18, 1910. NUMKER 29 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. SHIFTED TO CAPITAL TlUXSIiHt MADK IX fVXXIXti. ham coal iii:iu;. I-'riHmcnt t'lusln-s the Ilu!i Attorney for Entrymen 'hnrj0 Witness villi Injecting Conclusions mill Argu ments Into His Testimony. The contest Involving the question of the vnlldity of the title of the Cun nliiKham rem I claims In Alaska, the basic cause, of the liiillinKer-linchnt Investigation, was transferred to Washington Thursday, when the ex amination of witnesses In that city was begun before United States Com missioner W. J. McUee, Horace T. Jones, a special agent of the general land office, occupied the stand durlni; the entire day, his testi mony relating primarily to the evi dence he and L. R. Giavis collected from the Cunningham entrymen. An Kcho of the I lallinger-Plnchot Inves tigation was Injected Int...

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. — 18 March 1910

Dakota County Horald DAKOTA CITY, NK8. elohn H. Rtam, Publlohol Cans da seems to be getting a better Neighbor all the time. Occasionally a comet butts Into view Without first sending In Its card. It takes a man who doesn't work to talk eloquently about the dignity of labor. Commander Peary want the Stars and Stripes planted on the South Pole. Jt la a patriotic idea. ' No matter what he says almost ev ery man yearns for the time when he Swill be rich enough to do as he plea s. Somebody has presented another nedal to the Wright Brothers, Up to 25, ultimo, the brothers had .wo Ball kegs full of medals. Trust in Providence Is beautiful and Messed, but if you Jump into holis with your eyes open and think Provi dence will pull you out you are a Ticker. One of the professors says woman's senses are less acute than those of scan. He probably bases his decision on the fact that a woman can get along all winter with low shoes. What a lucky thing It would be If a food constitutional lawyer cou...

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. — 18 March 1910

ONE JOY IN A MEXICAN JAIL. r'nd and llrdrilna; mnlr. but There1 Minify for Clgarettea. "Beating one's wny through Mexl Co," said thp man who had been there, according to the Detroit Free Fress, "Is a snap compared with the same Bnconvcntion.il method of traveling In the United States. Trie engineers and brakemen on the freight trains are nearly all Americans, and they rather welcome a fellow from home. "There's one drawback, though. The authorities ore tickled to death to catch an American breaking the law In that way. It moans a Jail sentence every time, with hard labor, and It Is hard labor nnd no mistake about It. "At a watering tank near Hermosil lo, in the Slate of Sonora, I braced the engineer of a freight train for a ride. He was a gruff sort of chap and seem ed to have a bad grouch on that day. "'I don't give a curse what you do,' he said, 'but I won't have you in my cjb, and all the cars are sealed. Ride on the cowentcher, if you like.' "I was foolish enough to follow his s...

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. — 18 March 1910

u. Dakota County Herald JO Hl B. MAM, PUBL1BEZB. Bnbscription Price. $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newppaper published at Dakota City, Nehraaka. Fcrmiraion has been granted for the transmission of this pnpcr through the maiig as Becond-claoa matter. Telephone No. 43. . . . j ..i Iowa is the banner hog-growing tate, and this year the estimate is given at 6,485,000, but showed a de crease of 1,423,000 from a year ago, the decline in Iowa hog production being greater than the aggregate de crease in the next two largest produc ing states, Illinois and Nebraska, com bined, which statps show an aggregate decrease of 1,369,000 as agaiust a year ago. Illinois, second largest hog-raising state, has 3,772,000 head, againut 4,438,000 a year ago, whjle Ntdranka bag a total of 3,201,000, agaiust 3,904. 00() a year ago. Georgia production increases, a total of 1,617,000 hogs being accredited to that state, an in- oreiiso of 31.000 over a year ago, while neighboring states in the Mouth show heavy decre...

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. — 18 March 1910

The Family Physician The best medicines in the world cannot take the place of the family physician. Consult him early when taken ill. If the trouble is with your throat, bronchial tubes, or lungs, ask him about taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then take it or not, as he says. W publish our formulu W binlnh sleohol rrom our modlotnu Wt urn you to oonault your doctor yers Bilious attacks, sick-headaches, indices- nun, wuaiiitiiuii, uizzy spens these are some of the results of an inactive liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses Ayer s Pills in these cases. The dose is sman, one pin at Dedtime. - Md by th t. o. Ayn Co., Lowell, Xua.- uuy a good farm on the Dakota county bottom. I Lave it. Eimers Undertaker County Coroner 11. F. Sawyer Tackson, Nebraska Partridge and JJuff CocKiAs -FOR SALE-- Eggs, per setting of 15 50c " per hundred $3.00 Roosters $1.00 to $3.00 liens $1.00 Chris SroffJi Jackson, TVebraska SEEP BUCKBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I FECIAL OFFER: rMads to build New RuIifh A trial will1 ...

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. — 18 March 1910

HER PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia E. PinklicnVs Vegetable Compound Babattns, Main?. "You told mn to tako Lydia K. J'inkhani's Vegetable iCotupouna ana Liver mis ueiore child-birth, and we arc all surprised to see how much good It did. My physi. oinn Raid ' Without doubt it was the Compound that helped you.' I thank you for your kindness in advising me and five you full permission to use my name In your testimonials." Mn. K. W. Mn-CHET.r., Box 3, Snbattus, lie. Another Woman Helped. GranlteTille, Vt "I was pasrino throughtheChangeof Life amlsuflered from nerrousncss nr.d other anroyinu symptoms. Lydia E. Finkham'H ego table Com pound restored my health and treiurth, end proved worth mountains of fold to me. For the take of othei araflering; women I am willing you should publish my If Iter." Mrs. CBAXT.K4 Bakcxat, It.F.D., Granite Til), Vt Women who are rasping through tWi critical period or who are suffer inf from any of those distressing ills jweullar to their sex should not lose ...

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. — 18 March 1910

s t 1 I i . m Mora than per cent of ths cities ef ffils country with a population of 10, 00 or more are equipped with clectrla fire alarm. A-H-C MSIMEXT Is splendid for rlirnniiitlsm and sore mus cles. Vour dealer recommeiulH It. Affording to u government report, L 600. 000 cattle die every year In this country from disease, exposure and Hejjlfct. FILES CTTRED Il TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT in murmured to cure an case ot Itching. Wind, lilt-edma or 1'rotruuiDg Flies in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. .'Uc An Inference. "I see the Eskimo women are dying II In large numhers thin year." "Aim! And hug the craze for elbow sleeves struck tbe jmlnr rejrlons? TRIALS of the NF.EDBM5 WR Mff HF.RC0M I NO TO 5 IAY WITH Ui AWE TOR ULSOLVED-THAIMUNYON S PAW- PAW : WILLS M nrnrjiYroRRFCT iVEH AILlMtNlp OUK MOilltltt JR MOTHEI 10 PILLS IN A BOX IP Man yon' l'nvr 1'iw rills coax the liver Into activity by gentle methods. They do not scour, gripe or weaken. They era a tonic to the stomach, liver and ne...

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. — 18 March 1910

IS BOGUS BUTTER SELLERS SENTENCED TO PRISOJT. Farmers! Attention!! Act Quickly and Snap Up this Splendid Subscription Bargain. By BUTTERINE FRAUDS redersl Grand Jury Asked by Judge K. M. Landis to Make an Investigation. PENALTIES FOR VIOLATED LAWS BTmSX R00SEVELT-"ASK HUH." ?X .gl Ihi QtatUJ Affiflk &KmSl!- f 4 I . f 'Jt - ) f -1 .' -, . f I 1 J I Every farmer in Dakota and tlic surrounding counties should read weekly, the Farmers' Tribune, of Sioux City, Iowa, and learn how to increase the yield of his land. You should be securing the greatest iossible revenne from every branch of your worki whether you may be doing grain farming, raising pure-bred live stock or poultry, or growing fruit, or feeding. It is the most Com prehensive as well as the most Practical Agricultural and Live Stock Journal published in the United States. It treats liberally at all times, every phase of farming. It is worth many times its subscription price to the farmer. Its editorials are thoroughiy relia...

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. — 25 March 1910

COUNTY MERALDo DAKOTA M0TT0-A11 Tlio News When It Is News. V0LU3IE DAKOTA CITY, NER, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910. NUMBER 2 CURRENT HAPPEH1MGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. MT. ETNA IS ACTIVE KM II.I.W KESIDF.NTS IN 1 I'.AIt (IP LOSING LIVES. Flow of Melted Book Starts in Several S( reams and Unites In One Grout Mass Twenty Feet High Cra ters Are Opened. Mt. Ktna, whose eruptions In the past h;ive wrought great destruction, Ih again In a violent state of ac tivity. The pronounced movement within the niter began Wednesday evening, steadily increasing In volume and Thursday night the gravest fears were entertained as to the results If the eruption continues in its present vio lent form. From Catania a cor rcsuond ent motored In the direction of the mountain. Beyond the village of Mas ealaucia, twelve miles in a direct line from the cratpr, a thick curtain of smoke was encountered which entire ly concealed Ktna. At Nicolosi, ten miles from the cra ter, the entire population had ...

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. — 25 March 1910

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NIB. John H. Ream, rubllthel i IlegewiKch Illinois, bows humbly to Cadillac, Michigan. Zelaya Is going to write a. book. There is no law against It. Queer aa It seems, the fast man oon overtaken by misfortune. IB Prince de Sagan Is now a "serene highness." He does not even look at the bills. A California woman lost $1,150 through a hole In her stocking. The moral Is obvious. Thirty-two Reasons are given for the high cost of living, but there are proo ably many others. An ear of corn was sold the other day for $6.50. It would make a fine meal for that $10,000 hen. "Is a hen a bird?" asks the govern ment. Respectfully referred to the man who owns Peggy, the $10,000 hen. Prussians want universal suffrago, "but the Kaiser may decide that what they need is something equally as good. A motor road from the Atlantic to the Paclflo is proposed, with road louses, garages and hospitals every Ave miles. Dr. Wiley states that !f an egg floats in salt water It Is...

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. — 25 March 1910

SOME COMFORT TO KNOW TinSL w mm EaM ijot if mi A wouances end (rreaf'W'thl? hflp ifflecf Preacierj ' 'The average city (hurch Is a gossip shop. This 'i i gossip shop la filled with hornets, who sting the mln- Qlster a dczen timed or so every day, 365 days a year. A minister has a man's job a job for a man with red uiooa in nis vein.-., anu, property cousiuereu, me biggest Job In the world. Yet a minister cannot help sometimes but feel that he la being made a monkey of, because of the peculiar conditions he has to meet in his church." -. ' That is pretty frank language For a clergyman to use for publication, Isn't It? Yet the clergyman who used it had a great many more equally direct things to say in lifting the curtain of the ministerial life for the interviewer. Rev. Frederick E. Hopkins, pastor of the Pilgrim Congregational church, Chicago, is the divine who was interviewed by a writer in the Record-Herald. Dr. Hopkins is an ultra-modern preacher, who believes in topical sormons, ...

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. — 25 March 1910

Dakota County Herald JOBS H. 1CAM,PUBM8EZB. Babscription Trice. $1.00 Ter Year. a weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the trannrrmaion of this papcrtli rough the mm in m aecond-claffa matter Telephone No. 43. Ceoil R Boutrhn of Walthill, ha been mentioned as a probable candidate for representative from this district, com prising Dakota, Thurston aud Camiug conntios. Concrensman Latta is ac-mling out free eoTemment seeds to his constitu ents, and if yon desire a package drop dim a postal at Washington, V I, and be will supply your wants - ' 5 I 1 - I M. A Items of Interest C- w a til TvAUin rvn 0 I'endor Republic : Rev J L riiilliR of Booth Sioux City w in town over TueedaT nicrht eton-ina ul the L D Ralph Lome. Iloskins items in Wayne Democrat Mrs B F Crunch leaves in a few days for Idaho. MrCragskult of HartiDg ton Las taken bU place at the depot. Walthill Times : Wins Gnne Lam- no cams over from Tender Thursday. . . . .The Lamson re...

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. — 25 March 1910

Tndaff CocKiixs -FOR SALE-- Local Items Friday, March 25, 1910 Eggs, per setting of 15 50c " per hundred $3.00 Roosters $1. Off to $3.00 Hens $1.00 Chris Smith Jackson, Nebraska Undertaker County Coroner 15. F, Sawyer Jackson, Nebraska Yon will find a good line of sweat pads for borne, whips, machine bolts, and a very good lice of hardware, tin warn and graniteware at right prices, at Schriever Bros. Bargains at Van's every day, Judge R E Evans was at Fender on business Tuesday. Jas Fisher was Lore from Walthill over Friday night. Clyde Crego has gone to Minot, N D, to spend the summer. See onr spring fabrics and styles for men's tailor made suits. 8 A Stinson . If you haven't got time to do your own shopping call up No. 1, and he will deliver the goods promptly. Ilelen Sides was brought home from the hospital Tuesday, where she re cently underwent an nperatien for ap pendicitis. SII Moore lias received word from the headquarters of theKawIeigh com pany which credits him as No 1, in...

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. — 25 March 1910

ri'lalf "Jaffc fasTii" jP"!i Krii": 'kTllaavafala.'i ni t 'j o Fhe Quest of. etty Laocey B iljo Hy MA.CDA. F. WEST CerrrtCfct, 1909, by W. 0. Chapman. Copyright la Ortit Britain Cn.rTi:it XVI. (Continual.) One Mt f documentary evidence that miitrrliilizid In the Hackleye hnnvi I Cairo wus bruited about In all the paper. On the fly lonf of a French Itlblo, In . woman's hand an odil band with peculiarly forcible strokes were thesi Entries: "Married January 10, 1S39. Perlfisu Corolla Wayne, daughter of Dcslrce end John Francis Wayne, nnd Hum leye Hackleye, third son of Nir Walter nd Lady Kvelyn Ilarkloye. Horn, November 1st, 1300, to Ca rlsse Corolla AVnyne Hackleye and Ilamlcye Hacklrye, a son, Walter Hamleye Hackleyp. "Horn. October 1"j, 1001, to Corisse Corolla Wayne llackloye nnd Ilamley llackloye, a daughter, Paula Cerlsae Hackleye." Gradually there became fixed more ecnroly the public Idea that Hackley had murdered his wife. And the grow ing Impression was that Hackleye and Ilarc...

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. — 25 March 1910

atrHti. .MUMtf ay aaMawf WHMAItH WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Brookfield, Mo. "Two years afro I was unable to do any kind of work and only weighed 118 pounds. My trouble I I .' !-Idates back to the time that women may expect nature ., V to bring on them f iL i . the Change of Life. fca a J I got a bottle of pound and it made me feel much better and I hare contin lied it 11 no T in very grateful to you . I for Mm o-nnrl rmnlth am now nninvino' "Mn Saditt Ix)usiaNONT. 414 S. Livingston Street, lirookfield, Mo. The Change of Life is the most criti cal period of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women everywhere should remem ber that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so suc cessfully carry women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from na. tive roots and herbs. For 80 years it has been curing wo pen from the worst forms of female ills inflammation, u...

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. — 25 March 1910

HUGE THE ID DRUGS HIS r.Air.T? VGfJ. The Week in Congress Farmers! Attention ! ! Act Quickly and Snap Up this Splendid Subscription Bargain. Ration's Medical Imports and Im port in Twelve Years Nearly Billion Dollars. t Hit--"?- UUCH IS SENT TO THE TSOPICS ffwo-Flfths of Potent Preparations Goes to Great Britain, Com merce Bulletin Shows. With importations of drugs and rhemlcals rnpldly approaching $100, 000.000 a year, the Importance of com mercial relationship net ween the Uni ted States and the tropics is empha sized in the latest statement of the bu reau of statistics of the department of convnerte and labor. Nearly a billion dollars' worth of chemicals, drug dyes fend medicines have entered the com merce of the United States In the last twelve years. The imports were about 1800,000,000 of the total and the ex ports made up the remainder. But both imports and exports of that class show substantial gains and Imports tiave leaped from $48,000,000 in 1899 0 $85,000,000 in 1909. Pat...

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. — 1 April 1910

TA COUNTY ISfnt-.' . I I XLiA,jCIJ..l MOTTO All Tho News When It Is Notts. VOLUMEXVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEIL, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910. NUMBER 30 BR MjH O CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. 300,000 MEN GO OUT MIXKItS QUIT VOKK IX ItllTMIN. Ol'S COAL I II :i. Its. Increase In Vny Demanded Opcra orators Do Not IVar u Fuel famine, an Large Supplies lliive lleen Stored In Anticipation of Walkout. Three hundred thousand organized miners of the bituminous coald fields of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Ar kansas quit work at midnight Thurs day pending settlement of a new wiiko scale. Officers of the United Mine Workers of North America declared that the walkout was not a strike, but merely a suspension of work because no wage scale had been made to rppla.ee the old scale, which expired with the month of March. The miners demand an increase of pay In some instances of S cents a ton and In other instances of more, with certain changes in...

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. — 1 April 1910

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NIB. !hn H. Rtam, Pubilahol New York's bonded debt la 11,0'tO, 000,000. Greatl Tha country beara some of It states men lrltb. remarkable fortitude. Every big storm on land or n Kotm that the race of American he roes la by no mean exuucu A banker's eon who gallantly caught i fainting woman lost $28,000 there by. There are faints and feints. The New York Tribune calls th Houston Post a sollpslst. What d.) fan know about that without looking it tjpf No wonder Columbia University Is willing to spend 12,000,000 for an ag ricultural school when foodstuffs are so htjh. Total resources of all the banks In the United States reach $21,100,000, 600. Industry and sobriety are gra.-.d tittle tools, are they not? Great thoughts are noble guests Which do not enter the home of our In tellect unbidden, nor do they remain lopg whore they are not properly en tertained. Briefly stated, the high cost of liv ing Is principally due to the fact that we are all so busy tryi...

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. — 1 April 1910

WORE THE "CHANTECLER VEIL." peelnfor nn n London "Tdbe" Trnln Were r. nth railed. Have you seen the "Chantecler" ice? It mnl;rs Its owner look like a tattooed Maoil chloftainess. The "Chantecler" fare made Its first public, appenrnni Tuesday, the Ixmdon Express nays. I', was seen In a train oa the underground railway. The wearer of the "Chantecler" face was a middle-aged woman. As she anlered at the end of the carrlaga something strange In the appearance of her face attracted the attention of those near the door. A thrill ran through the carriage, and in a few moments forty pairs of eyes were staring, as if fascinated, at her apparently tattooed features. Those who weie near soon solved the mystery of her astonishing aspect. She wore a gauzy veil, on which were embossed chariteolers, with crowing heads, flapping wings and flowing tails. There was one large chantecler in the middle of ea:h cheek, a small one upon the end of her noae, one a little larger on the chin, another on the fo...

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