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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 29 July 1910

TOO SHORT A TIME. Tun Tr'Tgi- rr " 1 r IT1 Wise Why did that woman's club disband? Sharpe The majority adopted a resolution limiting the time of each member for speaking on any topic to two hours. EPIDEMIC OF ITCH IN WELSH VILLAGE "In Dowlals, South Wales, about fit teen years ago, families were strlck en wholesale by a disease known as the Itch. Believe me. It Is the most terrible disease of its kind that I know of, as it Itches all through your body and makes your life an inferno. Bleep is out of the question and you feel as if a million mosquitoes wore attacking you at the name time. I knew a dozen families that were so affected. "The doctors did their best, but flielr remedies were of no avail what ever. Then the families tried a drug gist who was noted far and wide for tils remarkable cures. People came to him from all parts of the country for treatment, but his medicine made matters still worse, as a last resort they were advised by a friend to use the Cutlcura Remedies. I am ...

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 July 1910

1 ' '4 !' i' I I 1 1 u Sioux City Directory IT "T" A XT O and wmnliesof everv IVlXllXJ description. Send for catalogue, finishing a specialty. ZIMMERMAN BROS, Sioux City. Ia. i SPORTING GOODS , Motor CfOlct nit ItlCTCIoK. (Jim Repairing. W. H. KNIGHT i i 119 Fourth Street eious City, Iowa BROOHS I Ante your dealer for "TIP-TOP" 01 llON-TON" bmom. Ir1t tend for nn-' Bloua City llroom Work, ttloiut City, Iowa RUBBER STfiJ.iPS Pnla. (-toni llii, Motnl Trncle ana Slot OiBcki, (lubber Type, etc f. P. HOLLAR 4 SON 8loux City, Iowa FELT MATTRESS Like Illustration. Guar anteed not to pack 01 omrlMnf l lrk Thin mat. '-JjX'&rwJiV w offer It. SI AC IroHHli worth 111.60 and fW Mfimri IT a spnclaL at Di?J Bend for Ifurnlture Catalogue. THE ANDKUSON fLKMITUBE CO., - "., Bloux City, la. Lash, Round Leather Buggy Net that is a bargain and mad of the very best material. Special at $2.50. Send for Harness Catalog, STURGES BROS. 1 1 Tearl Street, Sloas City, Inn DESERVED IT. Rastua Playtn poker ha...

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 July 1910

1 ADVENTURE IN BUGTOWN. V aising in the Americas i 9. Cattle R J I t v ,1,1 a 6 OOCMMMtOOOOOOOOOOl HEN the United States ceases to bo an exporter of beet and pork from whence will Europe get Its meat? Will the United States, with Its large ratio ot In crease In population, with which the meat produuctlon by no means keeps pace, be ablo In the future to feed itself? Must Europe and the United States curtail their meat consumption? There Is no need to take a pessimist's view in nn- i BwemiK niiy in uiene questions. ine mem iruiuniiii Is already serious, it is true; but this is because we are at the turning of the ways and not because the immediate future, or even tho future lor some hundreds of years at least, presents any real difficulty to the solution of this proposition. Leaving out of consideration all questions involving the so-called meat trust, the tariff, etc., and looking at the matter simply as a question of economy in meat production, there Is no need to fear a famine, nor...

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. — 5 August 1910

DAKOTA COUMTY EDEIR A Slate Historical Socictl MOTTO All The News When It Is Heirs. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1910. NUMBER 49 I -( I J. I it I 4' SETTLE G. T. STRIKE PREMIER LAURIER IS ADVISED OP TERMINATION OF TRAIN MEN'S WALKOUT. MEN GET WAGES INCREASED All Strikers, Except Those Guilty ol Disorderly Conduct, Are to Resume Work at Once Government's Inter, ventlon Brings Peace. Ottawa, Ont. McKenzle King, Can ada's minister of labor, Tuesday sent tne following telegram to Sir Wilfrid Laurler, at Weyburn, Saskatchewan: "Am delighted to bo able to Inform you that the strike of conductors and trainmen on the Grand Trunk railway system has been brought to an end through government Intervention." It means, of course, that the big trainmen strike is settled. The men are to return to work' as soon as pos slble. All strikers except those guilty of disorderly conduct will be reinstated as sofln as possible. The Increases as offered on July 18 become effective and date...

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. — 5 August 1910

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. COOLING A8 EASY AS HE ATI NO. Now, when one comes to think of It, there Is difficulty In understanding why humanity has always realized th need of mitigating the soverlty of cli mate that takes the form of cold, hut for the most part still assumes the lm possibility of doing anything to ten ter heat, from which we suffer al most as much, says New York Times. At less expense than that by which bouses are warmed In winter they can be cooled In summer, and, while the winter heating, thanks to our strange refusal to learn the art of ventilation. Involves the creation of conditions In jurious to health, those which sum mer cooling would establish would probably be In every way beneficial to us. At any rate, the thing Is per fectly practicable. Of course, If adopted. It would add to the tost of living, but It would also increase the general stock of available energy, which would mean an Increase of earning power to a more than ...

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. — 5 August 1910

. ... . . 9s 11(D) IT i ar .-jr. . a a mm rm a m m m sv sr - s - v n nil i j 1 1 h i iVv- i b j m m m m i i r i m t a vw r"-' - - "I k Irf ' , . il ... , ' - y 111 IiH war department la trying to find way and means to Increase the number of ca dets at the United States Military acad emy. Since the Spanish war, when the army was enlarged, there have not been anywhere near enough graduates to fill the vacancies In the commissioned rauks of the army. The result has been that not only has It been necessary to promote to the rank of second lieutenant, enlisted men of the army who can pass the re quired examination, but to appoint each year to the service large numbers of civilians. Naturally enough the war department officials feel that the commissioned offi cers should be men educated to the pro fession of a soldier. There seems to be a pretty general feeling, one hard for the authorities to account for by the way, that every man Is born a soldier and that the military profession Is the...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 August 1910

Dakota County Herald JOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Yew. A weekly newspaper published At Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this papcrthrough the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Political rioaicmeMs FOR REPRE8KNTAT1VK. I vlih tnnnnotinro myself as a pnnilllnl for the democratic nomination for n-pn- n.i.tiitlva fr.11,1 this, the Sixteenth dlstrlrtt -.. rM...l nf Th lir Loll. ClIMllTia Rllll i'akoia run nil.... mihli'i-t to the derision of the com I hit rrinmrle. and I solicit the vote and Influence of the democratic voters. K. I(1I.I.HRK, Ko.hhIIh. Neb FOR CONORRSS. I unllrll the ltenuhllcans of the Third Congressional JHstrlct to vote for my nom ination at the primaries August lflth. 1, A WHOM . ItHUN FOR HEI'RKSENTATIVE. 1 heoeliy announce myself a randtdatc for the remib Iran nomination tor renresrnlB tlve lor this, the Irtlh district, composed of Dnknta, Thurston and Ihiiiimg counties subject to t he ...

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. — 5 August 1910

Dakota County Herald JOHN H. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weakly newspaper published At Dakota Ciu, Nebraska. Permission baa been granted for the transmission of this paper through the maiii aa second-class matter. Telephone No. 4ft. Political flnMttncme?vts FOR nEPRF.RKNTATIVK. i vtah to announce mvealf n n candidate (or the democratic nomlimtliin for repre sentative from t hi- th- M ! n t h dlst rlct . .ump.i-.-d of Thurston. ruining and I'ukuiii cuuntle. subject to the derision of the Doming primaries, and I solicit tho vote nml Innucnee of the democratic voter. F. I.. HAl I.AOIIKIt. Kotallc, Ncl. FOB CONOHRH. i solicit Mm RapaMleaaa of the Third Congressional District to vote for my nom ination at the primaries August lAth. I.AWrtON (i. UK! AM. FOR immEMKNTATIVE. I heei liv annoanea myself n candidate for tin- republican nonil nation for representa tive for till", the Irtth district, composed of IXtkota. Thurston and ruining rounll Mitij' c t to t he wil...

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. — 5 August 1910

Dakota County Herald 10HN H. REAM, TUBUSHER Subscription Price. $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the maws as seconn-ciaos mailer. Telephone No. 43. Political tnnoancmcits FOR REPRESENTATIVE. T wlh to announce niywlf n n candidate for the democnitic nonilnntioii for reprr mutative from tlil. tin- W.xtcenth dlitrhU compound of Tim r ton, fuinlmr nnd imkotn counties, mihji'i-t to the decision of the coining prlmiirli's. and I solicit the vote mid IllllUt'llce Of t lie democratic Voters. K. I..Jai.i.ahiikk, Rosalie, Nob. roa CONGItRHR. I solicit the Republican of the Third Oomrresejlonal liMrlct to vote for my nom ination nt the primaries Ainmut intli. I.AWmlN ). IlKIAN. FOR IIEl'RK.SENTATIVE. 1 hiwhy Aiinmiiii'i' myself n candlilntc for the remibllcan nomination for renrcscntH- tlvo for thw, the IHtli district, comnosi l of likotn, Thurston nnd t'umlnir comities, mihject to the ...

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. — 5 August 1910

NEBRASKA From 0,477,282 acres pianted to corn in iaoi Nebraska gathered n crop f 1G9, 179. 137 bushels, worth JH, 123, 871. That crop if loaded into standard freight car, 1, 200 bushels to the car, would bare made n, freight train lone enough to reach from Chu'neo to Denver, 1. 040 miles, with 172 miles o corn filled cars left over to adorn the side tracks. There are millions of I acres of corn and in Nebraska that have never been touched by the plow. In 1909 Nebraska harvested 50, 313, (KM) bushels of wheat from 2, 5, 379 acres, nn overage of practically 20 bush els to the acre. This wheat crop was worth $40, 000, 000. II that wheat crop had tcen loaded into standard freight cars it would have made a train Jong enough to reach from Omnha to Mc took on the Hurliniztbn or from -Vmnha to North Platte on the Union Pacific. There are millions ol acres of wheat land in Nebraska that have never been touched by the plow. The duty of Nebraskans who desire to assist in the work of developing...

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. — 5 August 1910

NEBRASKA c 5. From (5,477,292 ncres pinntcd to orn in 130U .Ntbrnska gathered a crop f 1G9, 179, 137 bushels, worth 98, 123, 871. That crop if loaded into standard freight cart, 1, 200 bushels to the car, would bare made a freight train lonij enough to reach from Chicago to Denver. 1. 040 miles, with 172 miles o corn filled cars left over to adorn th side tracks. There are millions of I acres of com nnd in Nebraska that hav never been touched by the plow. In 1909 Nebraska harvested 50, 313 00 bushels of wheat from 2, 504., 379 ncres, an average ot practically 20 bush els to the acre. This wheat crop was worth $4(5. 000. 000. U that wheat crop had leen loaded into standan: freight cars it would have made a train Jong enough to reach lrom Omaha to Mc Cook on the Burlinjjtbn or from tmrihii to North Platte on the Union J'ncilic. There are millions of acres of wheat Jurwl in Nebraska that have never been touched by the plow. The duty of Ncbrnsknns who desire to assist in the work of dev...

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. — 5 August 1910

NEBRASKA 0,477,282 ncres pinntcd to a crop From H,477,282 ncres corn in 1901) Nebraska gathered Vf 109, 179, 137 bushels, worth Sf 98, 123, 871. That crop if loaded into standard freight cars, 1, 200 bushels to the car, would have made a freight trniu lonn enough to reach Iron Chicago to Denver. 1. 040 miles, with 172 miles o corn filled cars left over to adorn the side tracks. There are millions of I acres of corn and in Nebraska that have never been touched by the plow. In 1909 Nebraska harvested 50,313, 00 bushels of wheat from 2, 564, 379 acres, an average ot practically 20 bush els to the acre. This wheat crop whs worth $10, 000, 000. II that wheat crop had been loaded into standard freight cars it would have made a train Jong enough to reach Irom Omaha to Mc Cook on the Hurlingtbn or from Omaha to North Platte on the Union I'ncitic. There nre millions of acres of wheat land in Nebraska that have never been touched by the plow. The duty of Nebrasknns who desire to assist in the...

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. — 5 August 1910

X RESTORED TO HEALTH. After Suffering With Kidney Dleon dera for. Many Years. Mrs. John S. Way, 209 8. 8th St Independence, Kans., says: "For f cumber of years I was a victim ol disordered kidneys. My back ached sage of the kidney se . constantly, the pas- cretlons was Irregu lar and my feet and ankles were badly swollen. pots often k? ' X appeared before my 'u :L.-:'-:'S.-yj'jf eyes and I became 'V-' very nervous. Aftei using numerous remedies without re lief I was completely cured by Doan's Kidney Pills. This seems remarkable when you consider my advanced age, Remember the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 60 cents box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y Taking Father's Job. "Why should you beg? You ttoth youngaod strong." are "That Is right, but my father Is old and weak and can no longer support me." Meggendorfer Blaetter. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle ot CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Bears the stf a Signature...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 August 1910

Make the Liver Do its Duty 1 Nine lima in ten tardea the tirar Si rigid d stomach end boweU are right CARTER'S LITTLE UVER PILLS fnlly but firmly com rwl a lay hrer to QRTERS do Kj duty, r- Cur Coll' atination. A ITTLS IVER PILLS. t-j: X V tion, S Headache, and Distress after Eating. Small Pill. Small Done. Small Prine Genuine ma-bear Signatuao Send postal for .a Free ParkairA iia of I'axtlne. Belter and more economical than liquid antiseptics FOB ALL TOILET USES. Gives one a tweet breath i clean, whit, germ-tree teeth antisepbcally clean mouth and throat purifies the breath after araoking dispels all disagreeable perspiration and body odors much ap preciated by dainty women. A quick remedy tor tor eyes and catarrh. A little Paitine powder dts- solved in a gUu of hot wales make a delightful antueptic so lution, poueuing extraordinary c learning, germicidal and heal ing power, and absolutely hum I T e i ert m SFin iP T sample, juc. a Urge bez at drugfift or by uaiL THK PAXTON TOILKTO...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 August 1910

LETS FILINGS SID DEMURRER OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL IS SUSTAINED. A RULING BY JUDGE FROST Courtt Will Not Go So Far at to Interfere With Political Party Rulings. Because the attorney general had fuled that the payment of only one tiling fee la necessary for a candidate or office to have his name placed on one or more primary ballots. Judge Lincoln Frost of the district court sustained the demurrer of the attor ney general In the primary ballot suit Instituted by Victor Rosewater, repub lican national committeeman. Mr, Rosewater sought an Injunction to prevent Secretary of State Junkln from certifying to the various county clerks the names of those candidates who had filed on more than one bal lot and, paid only one filing fee. As sistant Attorney General Ayres and John J. Sullivan and T. J. Doyle, democratic attorneys, who appeared for Mr. Junkln, filed a demurrer to the petition filed by John O. Yelser for Mr. Rose water. In sustaining the demurrer Judge Frost discussed the points ra...

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. — 12 August 1910

Suite Hiloiical Sot. id- DAKOTA COUNTY E MOTTO All TLo News When It Is Notts. VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1910. NUMIIEK 50 TERALBo BOSTON FIRE-SVEPT PROPERTY VALUED AT $2,000,000 IS DESTROYED BY FLAMES. CENTER OF CITY THREATENED Assistance From Neighboring Towns Was Necessary to Control Blaze Two Lumber Yards, Fifty Tene ment Houses and Bridge Burned. Boston. Driven by a strong south west rale flames destroyed property valued at $2,000,000 here Tuesday night and for a time seriously threat ened to wipe out the business and manufacturing part of the city. The flames were first discovered In the lumber yard of Dlacker and Shepard and within a few minutes had spread until Dover and Albany streets were a mass of flames. A general alarm called all the Are apparatus In the city to the scene and later a call for help was sent to Brookline, Cambridge and Somerville and all the available fire fighting ap paratus in those towns was ruBhed to the scene of the conflagrati...

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. — 12 August 1910

l)AfcOTA UlTY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. CANADA'S NEW TOY. The germ of the Canndlnn navy rapidly developing Into a lively or tanlsm. The cruiser Rainbow, It Is announced, will soon start from Ports Imouth for the racinc coast of Canada after having been thoroughly over hauled and Inspected under tho au thority of the British Admiralty. The cruiser NIohe will leave Portsmouth for Halifax. Each warship will carry a full complement of Rrltlsh officers, who will serve In the Canndlnn navy for two years and a "skeleton" crew, of which tho members will be engaged for five yoars, snys Toronto Globe. It Is not expected that It will be at all difficult to obtain the necessary offi cers and mon In Canada when It be comes necessary to enlist them. It la Interesting to note that the first proposal to construct a drydock of large dimensions under the legisla tion of laBt session has been made by the English firm of Vlckers & Maxim, which has filed plans at Ottawa for w...

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. — 12 August 1910

libs' TL The IbM 1TITTT mTT 2J. ILlUrJLL ' t? 2-u V iw; A TT A-"re.V M f ;":' .'i N THESE days, when the reforest ing of the waste lnnds of our country is becoming a question of euch national Importance, the study of the relative value of dif ferent species of trees Is naturally very essential. Scientific parties are scouring the earth in search for new nlants. fruits and vegetables to add to our enjoyment and happiness A good degree of success has already attended their ef forts, and doubtless much more will yet be ac complished by them. Owing to the rapidly increased price of timber and lumber, the matter of forest-growing Is of vital interest to the great corpora tions like the rallronds, manufacturing and building companies, that must have, for their very existence, vast quantities of timber and lumber. The timber required by the railroads for the one item of railroad ties, not taking Into consideration the quantity used in the con struction of cars and buildings, consumes the o...

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. — 12 August 1910

Dakota County Herald TOllN II. REAM, PUBLISHER . Subscription Price. $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been eranted for the transmission of this paper through the ibm is an second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Political Tivnouivcc meals FOR HEPREHKimTIVE. t hereby annminrn myolf for tlin nnml' notion on th.uti'iiKK'rntlo ticket for Ker dilutive from thn Sixteenth Ki'PiPKt'iitn tlve district, find o!li'lt your ftiiiiort nnl Influence nt the polin tiicmiIii.v, Annum 10111 I). 11. Mi'Nuiiiiirn, 1'emler, Nelir. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. I wlh fo announce myself n ft cnnlllnte for the ut'HMKTHt lo noinliiiitloii for repie. KiMitHtlVH from thn, the Sixteenth rtlHtrlct' rompoxi'd of Thtirtin, 'uinliiK nod lutkoin rou ii tit's. Kiiliji'ct to tln decision of till' ' coming prlnini leu. ntnl I solicit the vote and In II tie nee i if the. ileinocrnttc voters. Y . (Iai.i.ahii kh, KomiIIc. Neb, FOR CONGRR88. I ncllelt.tlip ltcpnlillcnns of the Thln...

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. — 12 August 1910

I v i I J. Lincoln Sanitarium Sulpho-Sallne Springs Located oa our own prtmiM end ud in th Natural Mineral Water BATHS fnsurpassed In th treatment of , Rheumatism Heart, Stomach. Kidney and Llvar Diseases Mdr Chartit. Address DR. O.W. EVERETT, Mgr.. Lincoln, Neb. Undertaker County Coroner IS. F, Sawyer , Jackson, Nebraska 60 YEARS V EXPERIENCE -r a. TtiTL .iX Designs w Ml 1" Copyrights Ac. AnTone i.dirg a ktch and description mnf qulrkly niicertRiii our opinion free whether an Invention ts probably patentable Comniunlra. tloiisMtrlctlymnmienttal. HANDBOOK on t'AtenU out frert. OMett nuenrr fur icrurmff patents. )ttLiitfl taken thrmiirh Munu A Co. receive tperiat notice without charge, lu the Scientific American. A handsomplf 111 nut rat ml weV1f. I-rinrest dr. filiation of any Brleniltio Journal. Term. (3 a yar, four month. L Sold by all newsdealer, MUNN&Co.3CB New York H".i Ha." f w Pt, Washington. D. U Ladies! Save Money and Keep in a a Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and U...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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