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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 16 November 1906

t i . DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. NUMBER 12. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1(5, 1000. CURRENT IIAPPEMKQS faithr.il chronicle of all important items. AFTER FRISCO MAYOJJ GUAM) JlltY ACTVKKS CHIKF KX. KCimVK OK KXTOHTION. Warrant for Ills Arrest Will lie llcudy to Servo Vpon His Arrival In New York Immoral Itcsortw I'll ill I .urge Sum for Official Protection. The grand jury brought five Indict ments' against Mayor Eugene Sehmlt and Abram Ruef, of San Francisco, n the charge of extortion. On each charge the bail was fixed at $10,000 and the bond at $5,000. The first alleged crime was In con nection with the poodle dog restau rant and the Indictment cites that Rcuf and Schmltz demanded money from the proprietor, Tony Banco. A . this demand wan made, it Is said, on two occasions two Indictments were returned. Extortion believed to have been practiced upon Ed Marchand, proprietor of Marchand's restaurant, Jw the basis of two more Indictments. A demand made upon Joe Malfunti,...

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. — 16 November 1906

(Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB, John H. Ream, - Publisher Thff Russian government Is willing to lot the people have elections, providing they vote for the government. The price of gasoline has gone op gain, and owners arc almost beginning to wish that tlielr automobiles nte liny. i A famous physician Is experimenting with the effects of music on rain. Pay ing them back In their own coin, so to peak. The man who In paying "0 cents n gallon for gasoline. Isn't able to figure rut wherein flo-ccnt denatured olcohol Will help much. Tho Governor of Cuba will receive n salary of f2.,000 a year. It should l remembered, however, that lie will have to Hva In Cuba. The man who seeks divorce because his wife doesn't talk enough will he considered a fit subject fir an Inqulr ndo de lunatlco. A man always finds It hard to con- real his satisfaction when he picks tip another man's hat and finds that It Is too email for him. It Is surprising to read that a new revolt Is threatened lu Russia...

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. — 16 November 1906

United State .1 n w 1 J? ft ASTEN5f)RirS Work on tho Pnnnnia Cmii.i1 N t lie hastened ami practical result nre to le In evidence from this tiaioon. wo nre Inlil. Impatience to "make the dirt lljr" is said to have lncn tin; cause if iMPii of the troubles during the A'-1 Uii' of the American occupation. l,a l was only secured with dltliciilty, for lliere Is n legend, more or les foundisl on fact, that the French lcrt a trail of corpses hi their wake. With in n few miles In the Cutchrn Cut, It Is Mild, 40,000 men died. White men could not stand the malaria and yel low jack which like a spectre of the hlai-k dentil hovered over the Isthmus. However, It was licllovod that modern scientific method could lit least lower the death rate to something like the normal, and the first efforts were made In (leaning out the cities at either end of the line, and' In building hahitahlc nnd .limitary homes for the men who were to dig out the great ditch. Two Canal Commission is divided into three prin...

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. — 16 November 1906

V. A for our Subscribers The New Idea Woman's Maflazine and "She Herald These two together For Only $s.so Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. johs n. rkam, rum-iRHER. Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Yrsr. A weekly newspaper published at Dnkota ity, NsbrMska. Permission has been granted for Ibe transmission of this paper I h rough the mails an second-class matter. Telephone No. 4.1. Now in tli time heu the small ny looka forward longingly to Thanksgiv ing, ard when bia wind is filled wi'h thousriiU of mast turkey, pumpkin pies, mince pioa and the other good things wlii"h m ike the day one continual ) j to him. D 0 lb ff .miin, of Hubbard, who wss elected representative from this, the lCth distri t, cartb-d the diatri-t by a mj rity of 161. Ilia majority in Dakota conuty wan 6, in run iug 203. while) his opponent, 0 J Wtborg, car tied Thurston county by 47. Home one said that "an ouncn of tuffy ia wortli a ton of epitaphy." 'lie re is common aeiiBe in that view of thi...

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. — 16 November 1906

Cstr Favr Rfutdd Dotlv Wewy to Oxt-of-Town Cuitomtri on tf most Liberal Trma MEN, ATTENTION A BIG SIX DAYS' HtSALE OF; OVERCOATS $12. OO, $15.00 and 16. SO Cvcrcotvts $10.D0) Another great purclas3 of 800 Men s Overcoats at a remarkably low price. All of this season's newest styles. Made of pnre wool Baltic frieze, Vicunas and Kerseys. They como in the new form fitting, .semi-form-fitting ani the straight backs, in the 4G and 50-inch lengths. COLORS: black, Oxford gray, Herringbones and wide Plain waits. Your Choice ot $12.00 and $16 50 Overcoats at 0& v&vej ovviy 'vay viy voyxiy ct kc 0.00 Stewsrt stoves. The Orcntt Co, Davidson Bros. Co. Sioux City, Iowa. pARM LOANS anywhere Liot your We have plenty of Money to Loan at a low rate oi interest on Dakota oonnty Farms We also Sell and Buy Real Estate of all kinds oil cartti . nee or write ns ueiore yon uorrow, uuy or ocu. property with ub to Sell. Real Estate D.krt-ciiy. Neb..d Warner Sc Eimt rs ou'i: SI001 Clty.Neb. ;iore yuu...

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. — 16 November 1906

7hat Do They Cure? I Tb above question Is often asked eon- rrrnln Dr. Plcrw's two leading mcdl lnos, "lclden Medical Discovery" and Fnvorlte Prescription." Tho answer is that, "Golden Medical Discovery "Isn most potent, alterative or llol-puri!iT. mvl tonic or Invignrator and acts csocliilly f avert) My In a eura Hv way upon nil thn mucous linlnir sur faces, as. ( thn n;isal pas-mrcs, throat, bronchial tulos. stomach, bowels and Wa id-ifc-curlmi a larpn percent, nt catar rbal caVes whether disease affect the nasal paVstrcs. tho truant, larynx, bron chia. RtomachNtas eatarHyjl dyspep'iaV, bowels (as muoHirrtl bladder, uterus or othor pTIvlc orga"n I.vn In the rhjnnl pr i''.-"ra',i VP Mil CPS l'f ti-i- ylt'1-''!! '' "ftj,ll fif ''"-t'll In atlcct- for Irrf eiiLii lli'-'LLiieul'-iil, tu. ij'itiLi'a'y. it lit a powerful 1 (ji ntTy io tlim iiiviorat Ing tonm and nervine. For weak worn nut, over-worked wrnncn-iin mutter what has caused tlif brcik-down, "Favorite rescript loo "will lie lon...

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. — 16 November 1906

) To Much for lllm. "Wott-e 'ee s-doiu 'ere. .liles?" "Oh, I've left Yarmer IIodg!.', "Wot for?" "Well, th m months ago a cow died and mnister united 'en an' wo eut 'en. Then a plf died, nn1 Minister salted 'ep nd we et 'ee. Thru the week afor last (lie tuai(tr" mother-in-lor died, and 1 seed the tnnister goin' upstairs wi' n fcnrket o' salt, so I left." The Tutler. It doesn't aiw milk mi iiffair clos. d incident to pi t tlie oilier fellow .! nt no. CATARRH . OFTHE HEAD.THROAT LUilGS STOMACH KIDNEYS RUDDERJ If SOI -I I ESU1 AND PELY1C ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature of I See Fac-Slmlle Wrapper Below. Tory small and as aaay to take as sugar. FOR KEAOACHE. FOR IIZZINESS. FOB IILIQUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR CONSTIPATION. FOR SALLOW SKIN. FOR THECOMPLEXION CURE SICK HEADACHEt A Positive CURE FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm it quickly absorbed. Civci Relief at Once. .It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catar...

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. — 16 November 1906

HORNETS NESTED IN THE BELL. XHiic Came from Sounder anil Rooted W ell il I n namU, How a colony of hornets Interrupted l wedding ceremony ond postponed It wersrat hours Is told ly Nell Watson, o Tulde, who had been looking over tlio slecr grounds between Molnnkus Lake iind ratten. Watson was present and Vouches for the facts, says the New York World correspondent at Mncwa fcoc. Me. When he w some miles out of Pat ten Watson came upon the cabin of 6am Black, another guide, and during tIo evening smoke Sinn Imparted the Information that he had been nooopte hy a winsome law named Nellie Turn hull and wan expecting to he married nhortly. In fact, ho wan simply waiting to provide himself with a best man. and now that Watson had turned up so npportunely he could nee no reason why 1be ceremony should not be erformed next day, provided Nell would agree -to ctand up with lilni. Naturally, Wataon offered no nbjee lion. No bright and early tho follow ing morning Sam put on a milt of clothes li...

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. — 30 November 1906

I, .c- DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, XKll.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER HO, 1900. XU3IRER H. ) ) CllJIRCNT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHUCTWO-E OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. JAPAN GIVES ALARM! MILITARY' ACTIVITY IX KOItL'A OAI'SIX IXKASINKKH. 1-lxlstence of Inrge Garrison In the North and Constant Arrival of Jap anese Troop Adds to I'neaslnesa of Russians nt Vladivostok. Active military preparation are be ing made by Japanese In northern Koreu, according to advices received t Victoria. B. C, by the steamer An tllochus, which arrived Thursday from Liverpool and the orient, with the object of the enforcement of Ko rea's claim in the dispute between China and Korea with regard to the ownership of Kando, the island prov ince enclosed by the headwaters of the Tumen and Yalu rivers. Advices from Vladivostok say the military preparations are causing alarm there. The Korean Dally News says: "The military activity of the Japan ese In north Korea certainly In a measure Justifies these apprehensions...

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. — 30 November 1906

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CUT, NEB. John H. Ream, - Publisher a. l in iw.mi .1 ii.i, ,m in i i rn Most of tho so-called tiocesnry evils fire unnecessary. Fools never know when to slop talk ing, but wise men always know when not to begn. A man says he lost $15 dinning 'n street car. lie can charge It up to running expense. Oasollne lootiniotlves nre coming next. I tlie public ready to exchange smoke for Ktiii'll? A Wall street brokerage firm gave ft reward to tint nuin who found and returned ?21.000 worth of securities. The $1, liownvcr, was rent money. A Hoehcster woman turned on the gas, drank poison, eut her throat and jumped out of a window. The indi cations are that aim wanted to die. A Missouri man claims to have found a process for liquefying coal. The coal trust, however, will continue to water fls stock In the usual way. One paper has wasted whole columns f good space In an attempt at de fining tho word "crank." A crank Is h man whose views differ from your own. A New York...

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. — 30 November 1906

TEE '. 9.L.L..." .' J.-,-'. !-iHJJll.. I SlBilr AMEEICA NATION OF GREAT ENTERPRISES. By Albert Schlnz. Despite tlie cosmopolitan spirit which more nnd more Invades modern society, every nation nevertheless continues. If not to conflue Itself absolutely, ecrtalnly to specialize In a partleu lur domain of human activity. If Germany by preference places Its grand men In the domain of thought, France In that of art In Its diverse phases, America places hers In busi ness; It more and more seems destined to re main the nation of great industrial and commercial en terprises. Act Is by no means absent from commercial America, only Its manifestations must be sought elsewhere than In France. To demand French art In America Is as ridicu lous ns If one required a Laplander to dress like an In habitant of the tropics, or, reciprocally, a denizen of the equator to don white furs for the chase. SuiH-rflclnlltles of this sort unquestionably are committed constantly; the Gcrmaa philosophers reproach...

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. — 30 November 1906

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOHN B. HKAM, PI BUBHKIl. Subscription I'rice. $1.00 1'er Year. A weekly newspaper publisiied at Dakota iiy, Nbrnka. rprmitmion hns been granted for tbo transmission of this paper through the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Bixby in Lincoln Journal: There waa atothfir Graves on the ticket up in tlx Third district to which fuel ?da of the anion papers attribute the debat of the jndge of that name who was ruming for congres. If the domocrat uU all read but if they onld, there would be fewer democrots. o there yon are." One of our democratic exchanges is responsible for the following: "Arthur 3rinbane, editor of flea rat's newspnpers in New York, gets a sal ary of I100.0UO a year. Think of it a salary twice as Urge as that of the president of the United States! And yet the man who pays this salary to one of bis editors wielus to be preti dent at $50,00C." The Fender Republic makes the fol lowing prediction, if , and...

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. — 30 November 1906

I in ammw Railroad Fare Rciunded Both Ways to Out of Town Customers Upon Most Generous Terms CHRISTMAS Stocks Are Now Ready Wo liaie about a Million Dollars WTorth of goods in this one store- $1,000,000.00. Wo shall be very busy all December, in fact, we will sell more goods in Decem ber than any other store in Sioux City. Isn't it Worth Your While to Buy Christmas Gifts Now? Or within the next tin days? Your comfort is worth something for wonderfully comfortable as this store is its facilities ore taxed after the first three or four days of December. Think of the Charm of First Choice Plan to do Your Xmas Shopping: in Sioiix City's lJijygrest, Busiest and BEST DEFT STORE -i - Local Items C, St. P., M.4 O. Time-Tabls. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol-h.-ving time: NORTH BOUND. SOCTH BOT7ND. 5:52 pm Omaha 7:36 am 10:00 am Omah 5:13 pm 3 :3T pm Norfolk 8 :20 am 9:01 am Norfolk 6.32 pm 7 :68 am Newcastle 10 :00 am 2 :08 pm 6:08 pm 8CNDAT TtfAINS. 5 :52 pm Omaha 7 :35 am 3:37 Norfolk...

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. — 30 November 1906

V ITatelnv Good t of ClaAere. f "The street railway operating plan' .f rortlned, Or., which employe saw Wnlll refuse aa fuel, baa adopted a do Uer-sepnraBng phnt with great euo iOML A powerful drift from a steel fan forces the furnace smoke lUrougb ft steel ptats flue Into a vertical steel cylinder thirty-two feet la diameter The bottom la a cone shaped boppei for receiving the chidra, while tin amoka, after losing Its velocity, slowlj merges throogh an aperture at tbf top. Aa the gases lose Telocity the clndera, being heavier, drop Into tht topper, whence tb-y are conveyed back to the furnaces to be completely burned. Besides Dbntlng the atuoVe nuisance the boiler economy la Increased. "THE MARRYING 8QUIRE." Jaatlee Geo. E. Vmrr, of Braall, lad. Haa Mirrlci 1,400 Couple. Justice Geo. E. Law, of Bra7.ll, Ind. baa fairly earned the title "The Mar ryuig Squirt," by which he la knowi rar ana wme, ut Ing already marrM some 1,400 couples Ten year ago hi was Pepnty Coontj Treasurer. "At t...

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. — 30 November 1906

) CRISIS OFJIRLHOOD A TIME OF PAIfl AMD PERIL Miss Emm Cole Ears that Lya B. A Ftnkharo's Vegetable Coca pound baa Bavetl Her Life and Made Her Weil. Bow many Urea of beautifnl yonnr girls have been sacrificed last as they .were ripenlnr Invrt rvuineva aood I How jnany trrerularltioa or displacements Jiave been developed at tills important period, resulting in years of suffering I aawawawaaa- jTMisj Em m a Cole A mother should oome to her child's aid at this critical time and remember that Lydia E. Hnkham's Veg-etable Compound will prepare the system for (the comiDfif change and start this try ing period in a yonnir girl's life without pain or irregularities. Miss EmmaCole of Tullahoma,Tenn., writes: Dear Mrs, Pinkham : " I want to toll yon tlmt I am on joyine bet ter health than I hare for years, nnd I owe lib all to Lydia E. I'inkhani's Vegetable Com pound. ' When fourteen years of np I sufTeml nl 'tnnst constant pain, and for two or throe lyears I had soreness nnd pain in my side...

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. — 30 November 1906

' . ' ' " T r t nTlTPv' VcT'lllJ I ITU ujjJJI&iio Diuni&s. RTAININQ REMINISCENCES OF THE WAR. p. raphlc Account of Stirring Scenes tAMtneeaed the Battlefletd aad la I Vamp Veteran of the Rebellion Re (cite Experiences of Thrilling Nature. '1 have lately been reminded," "aid ft. F. Bauman, of the Thirtieth lows. Infantry, "of my experience at th Hege of Atlanta. A few days before e went to Jonosboro we were on the ring line day and night, and wa lied every opportunity to advance r picket line. One day when we, on he left, were within 200 yard of the oIn rebel linen, the right wan or Jiered to swlmr forward to our line. lCt the aame time we on the left were make a demonstration and hdld all e pained. We were lylug clone In nr little hjette boles, or scoopouts, and when bugle aounded the charge our boys ade a rush. We had aelected our eatination In advance and I had fixed H a tree fifty yards In my front. I ade the tree, which had been ahnt CC fifteen feet above the ground, and...

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. — 7 December 1906

T 1 DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NftR, FRIDAY, DECEMWvli; 7, 190G. NUMBER 15. i I ) ) CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. RUEF DEFIES COURT "BOSS" IIEFVSEH TO IUSU FOIt - AURAIUNMEXT. Mayor or Sun Francisco Rlw for Hooding of Indictments ' Without Ik-ing Urged Botli Given I'ntH Monday to Enter Pleas. On five charges of extortion found against each of them by the Brand jury Mayor tugena Schmitx and Abra ham Reuf, of San Francisco, were Thursday arraigned In Superior Judge Dunne's court. At the urgent request of counsel for the defense the case was continued until next Monday .for the purpose of giving the accused lfurther time in which to plead. J A dramatic scene was presented In the court room as Mayor Schmitx and Mr. Ruef appeared before the bar. "Number 303. Eugene E. Schmltz and Abraham Ruef for arraignment," Judge Dunne announced as he took his seat on the bench. Breathless silence fell on the audi ence as the mayor arose and faced t...

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. — 7 December 1906

tDakotCounty Herald IX4JEOTJL CUT, BKU, faohn H. Ream, - Ptfbtt&her aanRjuuuji-i.m i mi jilh .i a, Some people rtlHjiIny the hrst of taste ly cutting out originality from tbdr feonrorsatlon. Many women have a way tbout them Jthat g calculated to drive sensitive ken to drink. Mm. Sage will not uid rich beggars. To him that bath shall be given" she jfloe not take literally. Governor Magoon I going ti abolish fueling In Cuba. Ha must 1 afraid somebody will get hurt. Possibly Mr. Hughes we.ir th.it Ibeard In fulfillment of a rush vow itnadc at some earlier period of his cu teerv ' Peary hasn't found the pole, hut ho Bias eutraled farther north than any (other navigator, giving America the ifeeord. t In view of the general nrtvaticc In IMages the walking delegate la be;ln Inlog to think It U time for lilni to strike for an Increase. i Swiss hotels are aliout to bar Rus sians, the proprietors having no desire 'to see their furniture and 'crockery Antlssed up by a bomb explosion. When ...

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. — 7 December 1906

tDakotjvComity Herald bohn H. Raawv - fubitsliar Some people display the best of taste ty cutting out ortglnaiity from their fconversatlon. t Many women have a way about thera that In calculated to drive sensitive nen to drink. ' Mrs. Sage will not aid rich beggars. To him that hath slinll be given" she jfloea nut take literally. j Governor Magoon In going li abolish dueling In Cuba, llo must 1 afraid ithat somebody will pet liurt. Possibly Mr. Hughes weirs tli.it jbcard In fulfillment of a rasli vow iinsdo at some earlier period of bis eu-k-eer. ' Peary hasn't found the jwle, but be llins peutrated farther north than any Winer navigator, giving AmciiiM the irecord. i In view of the general ndvuuce In "Anges the walking delegate Is be,I:i in lug to think it 1m time for bliu to vtrlke for an Increase. I Swiss hotels are altout to bar Bus Jtrlann, the proprietors bavins' no dcHlro if o see their furniture and .crockery Anilssed up by a bomb explosion. When one reads of the actions of ...

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. — 7 December 1906

: . 1 11 ... i i ' 'i 1 iii i ... i . . I T"T? 1 PTT HJTP TTTf TnTTTTT - 1 ; V4 t-s wrr. rr t- yr i - '."T- ..,. .......I. i H-m 1- I pi 0 ATTITUDE OF THE FARMERS. . t. By AAa M. SisM. While not complaining and while freely and gladly acknowledging their great prosperity, due In large measure to the development of manufacture, transportation and trade, fann ers nevertheless believe that the margin be tween the price paid to them and the price paid by the consumers of their products is altogether too great and that this margin has contributed much to aggregations of wealth that are dangerous; hence farmers would not try to In crease by large their profits by compelling the consumers of farm products to pay more, but rather by lessening the opportunity of an Increase by unfair means of the wealth of those already too rich. Farmers recognize that the value ef their lands and the profits of their business are largely due to the mnr- kets created by manufacturer and the transportation pr...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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