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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 15 April 1910

.. - ; " - - The Important Problem tronfrontlng anyone In need of a lata tlTe la net a question of a single ac tion only, but of permanently bene ficial effects, which will follow proper efforts to live In a healthful way, with the assistanco of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, whenever It la re quired, as It cleanses the aystcin rratly yet promptly, without Irritation and will therefore always have the preference of all who wish the best of family laxatives. The combination lias the approval of physicians because It Is known to tio truly beneficial, and because it has given satisfaction to the millions of well-informed families who have used It for many years past. To get Its beneficial effects, always buy tho genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. Itenion tor Hie nmc First Milliner You have designed tb north pole hut? Kecond Milliner Yea; It will be a matter of dispute between tho pur chaser and her huuband. New York Sun. fleauatlfal Wall Coatings for Ilnmca....

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. — 15 April 1910

WORTH mountain: OF GOLD During Change of Life, says Mrs. Chas. Barclay Granlteville, Vt. "I v?aa passinff through theChanpeof Lifoandsnfrered irom nervousness and other anno )'ing symptoms, and I can truly sny that Lydia H.lMtikhnm'o Vegetablo Com pound hna proved worth mountains of gold to mo, as it restored my health and strength. I never forget to tell my friends what LvdiaE.Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound has done for me during this trying period. Completo restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suiter, ing women I am willing to make my trouble public so you may publish this letter." Mrs. Ciias. Haeclay K.F.D.,Graniteville, Vt jo other medicine for woman s ilia has received such wide-spread and un qualified endorsement. X o other med icine we know of has such a record of cures of female ills as has Lydia E. pinkham's Vegetable Compound. For more than SO years it has been curing female complaints such as inflammation, ulceration, local weak nesses, fibr...

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. — 15 April 1910

Farmers ! Attention ! ! t Act Quickly and Snap Up this Splendid Subscription Bargain. Every farmer in Dakota and the 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 possible revenrte from every branch of your 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 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 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 D...

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. — 22 April 1910

in Id. MOTTO All Tho Nctts When It Is News.- VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NED., FRIDAY,' APRIL 22, 1910. NUMBER 33 DAKOTA COUNTY LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF ' THE WHOLE WORLD. MARK TWAIN IS DEAD CAHIOEIt OF S.VMCKL L. CLEMENS COM I'M TO AX END. Pases Awny While In Coma I'utal Termination was Unlookcd for at Time Sudden shock to Relative and Public at Largo. Samuel Langhorn Clemons (Mark Twain) died painlessly nt 6:30 o'clock Thursday night at Redding, Conn., of angina pectoris. He lapsed into coma at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon and never recovered consciousness. It was the end of a man worn out by grief and acute agony of body. Wednesday was a bad day for the little knot of anxlbus watchers at the bedside. For long hours tho .gray, aquellne features lay molded In the inertia of death, while the pulse sank steadily, but late at night Mark Twain passed from a stupor into the lirst natural sleep he. had known since he returned from Bermuda, and Thurs day morning he awoke 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. — 22 April 1910

Dakota County Horald DAKOTA CITY, NIB. Jehn H. Bam, - PublUhj An upholstered pen wouldn't seem much too good for the $11 hog. Uncle S.-wn owns 1,500 hens at Pan ama and he exacts every one of them to do IU part nobly. How would you like to be a perfectly Inoffensive comet and be blamed for all the hard luck everywhere? The postcard business Is a great ono. According to the overworked postofflce employes, there are millions In it. The earth travels nearly three mil lion miles a day, and we are all of ui more traveled than we had supposed. The doctor who says love Is a disease might go farther and tell a curious world If It is possible to have It more than once. A Frenchman is reported to have risen 3,300 feet In the air. From "farthest north" the cry has changed to "farthest up." Ambitious farmers who were think ing of enlarging the hen branch of their Industry are now giving active attention to hogs. One of the troubles about getting Along without .meat is that there are o few other...

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. — 22 April 1910

EOPLE of the North are fortunate in the enjoyment of the changes of the seasons. Four times a year they have the "very splee of life" wafted to their doora; and twice annually It conies In pleasurable and compelling contrast. In a few things beyond the greening sward and bursting bud and bloom Is the break of climatic monotony more noticeable than in the coining of the vernal birds. One need not be a student p m or scientist to enjoy their arrival. While other things appeal to sight, mainly, the birds may and do plead to the ear as well as the eye. IJn fortunate is he in whose heart also they do not rouse at least a pleasant memory. He is behind the times in the race from savagery to modern cul ture. The new bird's song is an annual inundation of optimism a great fertilizing flood of inspiration. Thoreau said, the year that he grew beans, that he placed as much faith In the brown thrasher's song as he did in the fertilizers which he used. This was putting poetically the trust in whi...

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. — 22 April 1910

Vv. Dakota County Herald IOIIN H. REAM, FUnUSHKR Subscription i'rice. $1.(K) Ter Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nelrnkii. rermienion hns bon granted for tbe transmisHion of tbis paper through the mail an second-clap matter. Telephone No. 43. Washington News Letter Washington April 20, 1910. The ondearura that Senator Burkett has been making for the last two or three years to prevent foderal courts from interlBiiog with state officer in the performance of their duties seems destined to bear some fruit. The Ju diciary Committee has reported a bill providing that before an injunction shall be granted the application mnxt be heard before three judges, at least two of whom shall be circuit judges, and providing that appeal shall he di rectly to the Supreme Court. While it does Dot go- so far as Senator Burk ett's bill, it is a step in the light di rection and recognizes to a degree at least the contentions of Senator Dark ett that the federal courta have hereto fore b...

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. — 22 April 1910

!cnd Us Your Name YE have a good money making proposition and want to tell you about it. Write to-day for par ticulars. Address NEW IDEA C30 Broadway PUBLISHING CO. NEW YORK, N. Y. Seed corn lor Sale Crop f.f 1908. $1.00 per bushel, taken at tbe crib. A. M. Nixon, llomer, Nob The News. Herald for News when it is Undertaker County Coroner v y Klrt publication 4-H-KH-Bwki APPLICATION FOR MQFOR LICENSE. Nniii.n 1. liprobr elVrn thpt the pi-tltlon of Frnnx lichnmnn for IIopiimk to HI mnlt, MplrltiioiiH anil vinous liquors on lots 4 anil ft In blix-k I, In the vlllmrp of Nacora, Dnkuta rounly, Nebranka, Is on llln In the otlli-o of tho county clrrk of Dakota county, Nolir., and all objection thereto tnimt lie llleil on or Ixfore Katurtlay, April , 1110, or the same will Ih grnnteil. Dated this ifnil tiny of April, 1PIO. Kkami I.kiimanw, Applicant. 11. F. Sawyer Jackson, Nebraska First publication Apr 8 8ws NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LIQVOB LICF.NSK. Notice Is hereby (riven that on thi'4th...

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. — 22 April 1910

COLDS AFFECT THE KIDNEYS. iiiW A mmm 'tit Pj rtrr i II 3 F.'iJ U IP '',: ' a nt!f 1''' 119 SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE To dem onstrate the value of I'cruna in all ca tarrhal tronblrs we will send you a sam pie bottle absolutely free by mail. The merit and success of 1 eruna is so we!I known to the public that our readers are advised to send for sample bottle: Address the Pcrtina Company, Columbus. Ohio. Don't forget to men tion you read this generous offer in the If in need of advice write our Medical Department, 6tating your case fully. Our physician in charge will send you advice free, together with literature con taining common sense rules for health, -which you cannot afford to be without. yry'""'a' 1 lJi"',r' J s, Mi ! " oVi It I w - il he - Quest of letty Lamcey 1 y. I 7Jy MAC-DA F. WEST Copyrtctit, 1909, by W. 0. Chapman. CopyrlcM In Great Erttaln air: CHAPTKR. XXIV. IT.'icfcleyo greeted Johnson's mp with a nervous "Come In," mul exchanged a wnn smile for Johnny friendly equita tion. ...

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. — 22 April 1910

fU For All Spring Blood Disease ' and Ailments Possesses medicinal merit Peculiar to Itself and has an unequalcd record of cures. Take it this spring, in usual liquid form or tablets known as Sarsatabs. liESTESiH CANADA Senator Doliiver, of Iowa, ay. i rpi trfnm of oniVrnnts from the United States t senator lnllivor Torontly rnl-i WfCif i t1."' toW'eMtrrn Ctintula, lnn-l nnn.mrii.thf heart of l,m'Ur.h fH'nkina pro pie; thi will account fnr the frmnvnl of an many low f i.rmers to CnnivlfW Our twnplo urn plen"c4 wilh its tovprnmont nnd thn otcolli nfe olmint. trntlon of law, and they nrw comlnai to joa In tons of thoowindu, and tlu-y aro atill copitnu. ' farmers viL . rv ,. nnndn lift t8me 'ilurtn lt09. lrlil rro returns nlone irlngycnr iullil tot Now lh ' tin cou n tr y upwards of e 170,000,000.00 Grain trowlnir. rotted f rrm lnr, cuttlt mlNltiff uml dmrvliia nro nil prof Itublo. 1- r-' lloint. stc-uls of ItiO acrfe aro to ! Inul In the very bt ill.trlrt, ItiO oc-ro pre-niptlnim nt i...

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. — 22 April 1910

Farmers ! Act Quickly and Snap Subscription Every farmer in Dakota and the 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 possible revenne from every branch of your 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 a9 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 HERALD wants every one of its s...

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. — 29 April 1910

I V KOTA COUNTY E .State. I fistoi leal St M0TTOA1I Tho News When It Is News. , VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEIL, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1910. NUMREIt 34 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. MEETS KING ALBERT llOOSEVELT AM) BELOIAN KLL Kit EXCHANGE GUEETINOS. Appearance ut Exposition Marked, by Double Demonstration for Himself k and the Monarch Big linnquct Is ..Held In the Fulocc. Former President Roosevelt ' met King Albert, of Belgium, Thursday and they exchanged cordial greetings, later driving from the Brussels expo sition to Lnakcn palace, and spending nn hour in the gardens. The Belgian people gave Col. and Mrs. Itoosevelt and their children . a warm welcome on their arrival at Brussels from Paris at noon Thurs day. After luncheon at the American embassy and a reception for the Amer ican colony Col. Hooseiclt visited the exposition, and his nppearanco there was marked by a double demonstra tion for, himself and the king. His passage down tho broad Avenue Lou i...

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. — 29 April 1910

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, MRS. "ho M. Ram, jPMfcllVl If nothing els, colleges keep a man from dying rich. . The rumor that Aunt Hetty Green J going to give away a large sura of money still lacks verification. King Mcnelik has died, for the eleventh time during the past year. We earnestly hope it may not be fa tal. In 1842 the Chicago papers were voicing mild protest against the large spring bonnets. Millinery, like his tory, is a repeater. Two Cincinnati girls have hecn left $8,000,000 apiece, with Instructions to marry whom they please. With thnt much money they can do It. An American girl has become en gaged to a prince who is heir to an income of $1,000,000 a year. There are new things under the sun. Governor Stubbs, of Kansas, de clares that the tree la man's best friend. No doubt the farmer's hired band will agree with the governor. A Frenchman says he can under stand the language of chickens. This will be a valuable accomplishment, if he can persuade a fowl to tell Its...

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. — 29 April 1910

J90MESTIC RERIBTTTIOir. fae "erraat 114 !, aad Mr. RIIMac Waa Married. Ever since her marriage young Mrs. fHlllngs had worshiped her Iares and Penates with sufficient devotion, but on this particular servantless Satur day she was literally kneeling In the service of these exacting little domes tic gods. A ring at the front doorbell followed by the insistent clattering ,of the knocker only made her set her lips together and go harder to work. "They can ring and knock and pound till they're tired. I won't go!" he said firmly to herself; then she Jumped to her feet with a sudden little shriek of dismay, and fumbled at her apron strings, for the tapping now came from the side door, and Hlllsover was known to be Informal. "It's only me," said a blithe, disen gaged voice, and Mrs. Iambert, large, well-meaning and given to slaying heavily In one place for hours, walked Into Ihe kitchen. "My dear!" sh said with tragedy. "I only Just heard that Sarah had rushed off In a tantrum, and I said t...

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. — 29 April 1910

Dakota County Herald loiiN n. kcam, rur.usnr.R Huhscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. a wetkly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. J'erniHsiuii bus been granted for the transmission of this p:i it through the lilaii ss second-class matter. Telephone No. 4". National School of Forestry Senator P.nrkett celebrated Arbor Day iu the United BUtes Benateby in trouicing a bill providing for the es tablishment at Aebraska City of n Na tioual Bolmol of Forestry. According tot bo bill it is to be known as the "Morton Initiation of Forestry", in Lonor of the late J Sterling Morton. Wiiru be introduced the bill the Sena tor took occasion to make a few re in irks f loin which we take the follow ion: MI have had in mind for some time thin proposition of a school of Forestry, Bud liavo been delayed in bringing it forward earlier io the eliape of a bill uulv that I might take counsel with some of those who are more specially working out the forestry problem. I may say that I have bail that c...

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. — 29 April 1910

I I i j Partridge T FOR SALE Eggs, per setting of 15 .r)f)c ' per hundred 83.00 Roosters SI. 00 to $3.00 liens '...$1.00 Chris Smith Jackson, TVebraska Undertaker County Coroner 15. F, Sawyer Jackson, Nebraska To California Tree Several people ill ei joy n plen.anf. vacation trip to Clif.riiin V.d mimm- r at the expense tif tin- Sioui City lHiiy News, which has j'it announced Hiu. tention of srntiii-tf number of it renders on this tnuht delightf ill tiij. Two years ago The, Newn offered va cation trip to working ffirli and 10 were successful in securing them. One of the trip this summer will I)m by way of Seattle and Taeoma, thence to Portland, Ore gou, Han Fioncif.ro. Cal, Los Angeles and rtum by way t Denver. Other trips will be to Hun Francisco by wny of Denver, probably returning via Lot Angeles. '1 lie News sponis to be springing i-ornptlitig new all the time, and in addition lo the title earned mouths ago of beiug he fastest growing paper in the north west," is tow being knowu...

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. — 29 April 1910

, - - . . KHalria -V-alB. Mea go down to the a under fell fcwlng c&nva. In fewe r and fewer Bum f m. the "tin kettle" trump now doing tt old clipper's Work, but Neptune till esacts hi toll from tho square figged ships that are fated to float out upon the oceans, bound 10,000 mil'' or no re, and never again bo heard of. Ten big sailors thus vanished In 1901 liit yiAr sight wind .latum, rs of largo burden were worded on thf world's of mifwiu ships. One was nn American, the four-masted Port C.eorge f 1.770 net tons, and tlvr are few enough of ours left. Most of them are wallowed on (ape iloin voyag-. New York Press. . . .. . Ma Cnnarlfnrf- Vfl. "He hasn't le n !m politics very long, tha bo?" "No. hut Inw did vim know?"' "I was w.ilklng with him today Just . .,ii, -(. u.Hrol w:igm d.i-died up fcebind us, mid hi didn't xtart guiltily r look nervous at ull. rhiLidelpUia ledger. A market for the dust collected hy nmura cleaners has been round In Iran foundries, which use It with which ...

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. — 29 April 1910

I I 1 f I I -!. V-4 This Fact that in addressing Mrs. Pinkham you are con. fidingyour private ills to a woman a woman whose ex- perience with women's diseases covers twenty-five years. The present Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham, wa3 for years under her direction, and has ever since her decease continued to advise women. Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to have immediate assistance, but a natural modesty causes them to shrink from exposing themselves to the questions and probable examinations of even their family physician. Such ques tioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cost you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual experience is great. MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION: Women suffering from any form of female weakness are in vited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by women. A woman can freely talk of her priva...

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. — 29 April 1910

STILL INVISIBLE l OF A BROKEN HEART Farmers! Attention ! ! Act Quickly and Snap Up this Splendid Subscription Bargain. America's Fa-mous Humorist, Sad dened by Loss of Daughter and Friends, Givcl Up Dght. Snow and Cold Affect Wide Section, with Truck Gardens, Orchards and Farms Devastated. ins ENDING IS WITHOUT PAIN fill lil 1 Cad Event Occurs at His Home Near Redding, Conn. Angina Pec toris tba Cause. Mark Twain, brloved the world over because he made It laugh, Is dead. 119 passed away without pain nt 6:22 o'clock Thursday evening In his coun try home, "Stormfltdd," back In the wild Camarack 11111s, from Redding, Conn. For five hours he had been un conscious and the end was almost un noticeable. It was simply a cessation of pulse and respiration. At his bed side were his only living child, Clara, who Is the wife of Osslp Gabrllowltsch, the Russian pianist; Albert Bigelow Paine, his secretary and literary ex ecutor, who was almost a son to him: Drs. Edward Qulntard and Robert Hal se...

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. — 6 May 1910

ERA State Historical Society MOTTO--AH The News When It Is News. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY,' MAY C, 1910. NUMBER :J5 DAKOTA COUNTY IT O LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. 500 PEOPLE ARE DEAD m .i gi'AKK IX )ST KU'V. CKNTHAI. AMDICICA. Jljtli Operators In lcatatcl Town Killi-il While ft'i'iiiK u"l Dc ii lnl .Much Siif tillilloii In Stricken District Hundreds art Injured. A large part ot Carta no, Conta Kica, sua destroyed Wednesday nlht by a powerful seismic movement. Details are meaner, as the telegraph wires huve been leveled between San Jose and Cnrtauo. The operators at the latter place were killed. It Is known that ut least 500 persons are dead and many hundreds injured. Scores of buildings were thrown down, nmoiiK them the palace of justice erected by Andrew Carnegie. The wife and child of Dr. liocanajjia, the tlua temalan magistrate to the Central American court, have been killed. San Jose also has been shaken inil some of the buildings da...

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