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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 August 1910

WltLY WAS TOO LIBERAL Oversupply of Alcoholic 6tlmulantt Disturbed Schedule of Funeral Arrangement. 1 Dean Ramsay's memoirs contain an anecdote of an old woman of Straths pey. Just before her death she so tmnly Instructed her grand nephew: "Willy, I'm deoin', and as ye'll hae the charge o a' I have, mind now that as much whisky Is to ho used at my fu neral as thero was at my baptism." Willy, having no record of the quan tity consumed at the baptism, decided to give every mourner aH murh as ho wished, with tho rrRiilt that the fu neral procession, having to traverse ten miles to the churchyard on a short November day, arrived only at nightfall. Then It was discovered that the mourners, halting at. a wayside Inn, had rested the coffin on a dyke and left it there when they resumed their Journey. The corpse was a day late n arriving at the grave. RAW ECZEMA ON HANDS "I had eczema on my hands for ten years. I had hree good doctors but Done of them did any good. I then used one box of Cut...

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. — 12 August 1910

THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTHY KDNEY3. ' i y Weak kidneys fall to remove poi ons from the blood and are thecausi of backache, hendache, urinary troublei and dizzy spells fil 1 1 'Tit't Yh ii 1 '1 insure gooa nenith M fKlil flii. keep tho kldnevi BJ fl'll II I wel1" Doan'8 Kidney N VLiSWU pills remove all kid- ncy Ills. Read what a physician, says: Dr. II. Green, 215 N. 9th St., No. Yakima, WaRh., says: "I have used Doan'a Kidney Pills In my practice for years and they have given satisfac tion. I have taken Doan'a Kidney Pills personally and pronounce them the best remedy I have prescribed In my long career as a physician and sura-eon." Remember the name Doan's. Fof ale by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. It Was the Other Way. "Mr. Jones," said the senior pnrtnei In the wholesale dry goods house tc the drummer who stood before him In the private ofllce, "you have been with us for the past ten years." "Yes, sir." "And you ought to know the rules of tho house....

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. — 12 August 1910

iSTANDS ON-HISRECORD THIS IS 1THE i PLAT MAKE TOR -mtW TUP OTT VPTFBAKS Sil' SENATOR BURKETT BLMER J. BURKETT, United States Senator from Nebraska, is asking a nomination at the hands of the republican voters of the state for a second term, j His record in Congress and one term in the United States Senate is so well ' ( known to the people of Nebraska that comment here is unnecessary. He has a record 4. j inf Anlntr tYuno-a nnrl while it haa not always been Dossi'ble for him to cret iust exactlv what he wanted, he has certainly done all in his power to advance the material interests IL. 1 VT-1 1, Th State has never had a representative in the National Congress who has ac 1 ? complished more, nor attained a higher standing in the councils of the nation. He is . probably entitled to more credit for the passage of the Postal Savings Bank law and the extension of rural free delivery than any other man in Congress. The positions he has ' . attained to upon important Senate Committees, es...

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. — 19 August 1910

DAKOTA COUNTY MEIRAjLD MOTTO All The Nctts When It Is Neirs. latc--Historical Societ; volume xviii DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1910. NUMBER 51 DEFEAT ROOSEVELT IS DENIED HONOR OF PRESIDING OVER REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. 'OLD GUARD' REJECT COLONEL Vlce-Preiident Sherman Is Chosen by Vote of 20 to 15 to Be Temporary Chairman at Saratoga on Septem ber 27. New York. Col. Theodore Roose velt's name was presented for the of fice of temporary chairman of the Re publican state convention at the meet ing of the Republican state committee Tuesday, but his' selection for that honor was lost by a vote of 20 to 16. Vice-President Sherman was chosen unanimously to act as temporary pre siding officer. Let by State Chairman Woodruff and William Barnes, Jr., of Albany, the "Old Guard" encompassed the defeat of Colonel Roosevelt, whom several of the state leaders charged with attempt Ing to dictate the fortunes of the party In tb.3 state. After the meeting had been called to order and th...

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. — 19 August 1910

DAKOTA CITY HE RAIL) DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, L . L Publisher. .. i 8TEEL TRUST AS CAT BUYER. A rat got tangled up in one of the flynamos which supply power for the great blast furnace mill of the United State Steel corporation at Gary, Ind., tays Louisville Courier-Journal. It re ulred several hours to separate the rat's remains from the dynamo and In (he meantime tho corporation was loa ns money .at the rate of a thousand flollars a minute. Now the steel trust )s advertising for cats. Advertisement Jiave been Inserted In the Gary news papers, offering; 60 cents apiece, with bo limitations as to ape, sax, size, pexllgree or character. Fifty cents a ihead Is a good price for cats and the officials of the steel trust are likely to Jbave to contend with an embarrass ment of offerings. When the news per jcolales to all the cities and small Jtowns of Indiana there will be a rush cf feline shipments to Gary and the steel trust will find Itself with a sur plus of cats scarcely less...

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. — 19 August 1910

r.., i mm illERE Is an underworld not Invaded by novpllHt or play wright. Yet In It occur strange and often Rubtl dra mas of survival and destruc tion. Nor la It a noiseless underworld. Every evening after a hot sunset It forms an orchestra which shrills out Its prowess and flaunts Its coming achievement. And In all the world thPie Is no orchestra so well paid. To be sure It gets little in the matter of attention, hut In ways more substantial it Is rewarded hand somely. For it is permitted to levy toll upon the rorn and the wheat, the cabbage and the apple, as they grow. It Is allowed to eat the profits of the miller and the grain dealer. Cer tain members of the shrilling tribe go farther and demand greater concessions in their greed. Not satisfied with money tribute, they exact human lives. Their gruesome tracks are made upon the faces of little children. Thon from places where poverty forces women and ba bies into filth and sickness, they take wing ind they bear their death messag...

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. — 19 August 1910

1 ' ' 1 1 JOHN II. REAM, rUCUSHER Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. rermission has been granted for the transmission of this paperthrough the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Items of Interest 5 from our Exchanges German Settlement items in Lyons Mirror: Henry Kaebler and family Tisited ai Chris Koblmeier's Sunday .evening. Salix items in Sloao, Iowa, Star: Joe McElfree, of Sionx City, spent Monday and Tuesday here looking after phone work Ilornick items in Sloan. Iowa, Star: Mrs 0 Sberrard Tisited with rela tives in Sioux City and South Sioux City, Neb, last Friday and Saturday. Oakland Independent: Oakland de feated Homer hero last Sunday in a game of base ball by a score of 8 to 1. Oakland had Homer abut out until the eighth inniug, when tbey got the one score. Bloomfield Monitor: Mrs H M Gray and daughters, Mrs Ed Bagley and Miss Evelyn Mason arrived home last Saturday evening from their two weeks outing at ...

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. — 19 August 1910

I I I Y ft t r 4 f j 1 1 n 1 1 i fix wHKn 11 v. V 1 tlx V Tk. JFV. Aw J"- .V-X -v Kv P?v Our Clearance Sale full su n Uuy Your Houie Furniture of Us. Money refunded if you are not satlslied. THE ANDERSON FURNITURE GO. C0G-C08 Fourth St' SIOUX CITY, IOWA. Undertaker County Coroner Local Items Friday, August 19, 1910 0 B. F. Sawyer Jackson, Nebraska Lincoln Sanitarium Sulpho-Saline Springs Located on our twi premises and used lathe Natural Mineral Water BATHS Unsurpassed In tbe treatment of Rheumatism Heart. Btomaeh, Kidney and Lirer Diseases MedtMte ChirfU. Address DR. 0. W. EVERETT, Mgr.. Linooln, Neb. We Lave sewing machine needles and schuttles to fit any sewing ma chine. You will also find a good line of hardware, graniteware and tinware at right prices, at Schriever Bros. Oood winter seed wheat for sale, B M Boals. There will be regular meeting of tbe Masonic lodge Saturday night of this week. S A Stinson and wife returned last Friday from a combined business and pleasure trip t...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 August 1910

DRIVEN ALMOST CRAZY. taksrsfleld, Cal., Womm'i Awful Suf fering. Mrs. II. W. Hengy, 1515 L St., Ba iersfleld, Cel., pays: "Doctors failed to help me and I 'was in despair. Tlie kidney secretions scalded terribly and passed too freely. I often staggered as It drunk. I could not He In bed over half an hour. My Bide was numb, sight affected, and a tingling sensa tion covered my body. It actually seemed as if I would go crazy. 1 was aved from fatal Bright' disease by Doan's Kidney rills and my health Im proved wonderfully." Remember tho name Doan's. For ale by all dealers. CO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ABOUT THE LIMIT. Jim Cruet is terribly absent-minded. Jack I should say so! I've known him to telephone to his office and ask If he was In. LEG A MASS OF HUMOR "About seven years ago a small abrasion appeared on my right leg Just abovo my ankle. It irritated me o that I began to scratch It, and It began to spread until my leg from my ankle to the knee w as one solid s...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 August 1910

r t? Send postal for Bm Hi fcY fc F Porknga I B Km Km of l'axtino. Better and more economical than liquid antiseptics FOB ALL TOILET USES. HliMMHai Gives one a sweet breath ; clean, white, arfn.frA sAhM:. II. 1 mouth and throat purifies the breath iter .molting dupela all disagreeable perspiration anil botlv odors miirh an. predated by dainty women. A quick remeay tor tore eyes and catarrh. A little Paxhne powder dis solved in a glau of hot walei makes a delightful antiseptic so lution, pouening extraordinary delating, germicidal and heal ing power, and absolutely harm, leu. Try a Sample. 50c. a large box at druggift. or by DiaiL THC PAXTON TOILET CO., Boeron. Mass. One gets it by highway men Ten of thouaanda by Bad Bowel No dif ference. Constipation and dead liver make the whole tvatera sick Every body knows It CASCARETS regulate cure Bowel and Liver trouble by simply doing nature's work until you get well Millions use CASCARETS, Life Saver I 887 CASCARETS toe a box for a wffk'l tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 August 1910

tiMrintnd from an artM bv Thodvr rruiftniMil with The Outlook, of which Mtlitor, Copyright, 110, by Tha Outlook Like most Americans Interested In btrds and books, I know a good deal about English birds as tber appear in Ibooks. I know the lark of Shake- peare and Shelley and the Ettrick JHhepherd; I know the inghtlngale ot AUJton and Keats; I know Wor da worth's cuckoo; I know mavis and morlle singing in the merry green wood of tha old ballads; I know Jenny Wren and Cock Robin of the nursery books. Therefore I have always much desired to hear tha birds In real life; and the opportunity offered last June. As I ould snatch but a few hours from a very exacting round of pleasures and da ties, It was necessary for roe to be wl& some companion who could Iden tify both song and singer. In Sir Kdward Grey, a keen lover of outdoor Ufa In ail its phases, and a delight ful companion, who knows the songs and ways of English birds as very few do know them, I found the best pos sible guide. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 August 1910

D AJKOTA COUNTY TT HT U 11 aL U0TT0A.11 The News When It Is Nctts. VOLUMK XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEK., FRIDAY, AINiUST 26, 1910. NUMBE11 52 !Z STEPS NICARACUAN PRESIDENT QUITC OFFICE AND FLEES BEFORE ADVANCING REBELS. ESTRADA IS NOW PRESIDENT Insurgent Army Is Within Twelve Miles of Capital City Many Peo pie Slain In Rioting American Legation Strongly Guarded. New Orleans, Ln. Gen. Jifan J. Ks trada. the revolutionary leader of Nic aragua, 13 now president of that re public, having assumed office on Sun day. Tho office was transferred to him by Jose Dolo - Estrada, a brother, who on Saturday was made provisional president by Dr. Jose D. Madriz, who abdicated following sweeping victories of the lr.aurgr-ti Id the interior and at Granada. Gen. Luis Mena, with his revolu tionary army, Is within twelve miles of Managua. Rioting Is ln progress at Managua and many have been killed. There Is practically -no government. Those who could escape fled to Corlnto. Madriz and his family were permit 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. — 26 August 1910

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. LARGE AND SMALL FAMILIES. Where the population la largely agri cultural and Isolated, and where labor Is icarce, the husbandman la proud to raise a large family,, for the bays In time wilt help to lift the labor from his shoulders, and alao there is always plenty cf work for tho girls to do about jthe farm. Moreover, food Is plentiful and other desires are few. Hut no such jstimultis for a large family exists In nirban life, where It Is often necessary to live In a flat, the very limitations of which point to the inadvlsablllty of a numerous progeny, says Indianapolis (Star. Moreover, as the Individual rises In the social scale former desires fcecome present needs. The coming; of numerous children would mean tho sacrifice of these nneds by the parents, the descent to a lower standard of liv ing, and the parents will not consent. Finally science has shown that a mall family well taken care of makes a better showing In futu...

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. — 26 August 1910

4 ct-.-W Mdtfl KNOCKS OUT LONG HOME RUN j AlijL J ir-U Lea Tannehlll. During a recent game with Detroit, Lee Tannehlll of the White Sox knocked out a home run hit with the bases full, tying the score. The ball was tsent through an iron gate In the extreme corner of left field. GIVE GIANTS HARD BATTLE Jack Pfiester of Chicago and Bailee of St. Louis Always Prove Stum- ' bllng Block. Hoy many times in the last four years has it been asserted that the Giants could not hit left-handed pitch ing. ard how many managers have been stung by attempting to prove that theory? Perhaps it is difficult to tie! live, but it's a fact that the Giants now would rather see left-handers in thf box against them than the good right-handers. That's because the bat tins order Is now composed of men who can slug the southpaws, but which does not show at its best when trying to solve the curves of right-hand cross fire experts. True, there are a few southpaws in the league who always give the Giants a hard ba...

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. — 26 August 1910

Dakota County Herald JOHN H. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Trice. $1.00 Ter Year, A weekly newnpaper published at Dakota Citv. Nebraska. Permission tins been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mm is as sccond-claos matter. Telephpne No. 43. Tt tonka like L.atta and Boyd will fight it out again in this congregation al ditttrirt. Hoyd is not afraid of that "chock book." He learned something about it lant time, and other events Lava taken rlace since the last cam ration tii.t will iil Uoyd more than his opponent. Oakland Independent 3 Items of Interest from our Exchanges Wulthill Times: Ur Iteam was a Sioux City visitor Monday. Halix items in Sloan. Io. Star. Mrs Dillon and son, Dan, of Jackson, Neb are he visiting friends Tender Times: Miss Veda Shore went to Hubbard Saturday to spend a couple of weeks at the Watson home Carroll Index: Luoian Carter leaves tomorrow for Crytal Lake for a week's outing we expect to hear some long fish stories on his retdrn. ' Hornick ...

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. — 26 August 1910

Hi miiiaWMi a .a aJ W K 1 .1 El M-a. fl V4. XJL,tl. V .iiir JXk2.XJ. NKX.',. -t Uill Paw n Our . CtennRyn ill fiiSlRiw Buy Your House Furniture of Us. THE ADDERS C0G-G08 Fourth St. Oil Money refunded if you are not satislicd. RillTURE GO. SIOUX CITY, IOWA. FU State Fair Items. The entries for races oi the State Fair, Sept 5th to 9th, will close next Monday, Angust 15th, and are as fol lows: Trottiug 2:25,2:20, 2:15 and 2:10. and pacing 2:20, 2:17, 2:12, 2:09 and 2:01, Each being for a pursejof $000 with a five per cent entry. At the same time closes the Nebraska derby of 1 1-16 miles which will be ran on Tuesday of the fair, and the ten mile relay race, two miles each day changing mounts at the end of each half mile. These together with the six early closing races, fonr of which are for $1,000 each and nine running races, constitute the best list of raees ever offered on a Nebraska course, and taken with Wright Bros Aeroplanes to make flights each day of the fair, together with otho...

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. — 26 August 1910

NATURE'S SIGNALS. The first Indication of kidney Jls- crdpr la often backache. Then come rain In the hips and sides, lameness, soreness and urinary troubles. These are the warnings nature's signals for help. Doan's Kidney Tills should be used at the first sign. Mrs. W. R. Cody, 402 15th St., Lewis ton. Idnho. says: "I had a bad case of dropsy and bloated 40 lbs. in weight My ankles swelled and I had to wear Bhoes two sizes larger than usual. I was nerr ous. restiess ana mucn run uunu After milnc Doan's Kidney Pills I sme down to natural weight and nay kidneys became normal." Bpmpmher the name Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y, On Some Ministers. The worst o' these here shepherds !h, my boy, that they reg'Iarly turns the heads of all the young ladles bout here. Lord bless their little hearts, they think it's all right, and don't know no better; but they're the wlctims o' gammon, Samlvel, they're the wlctims o' gammon. Nothln' else, i.m...

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. — 26 August 1910

iIWMVV I want any person who anffer with hil lounne. ronntipatton, inclijrestlon or nn llrrr op blood Hllmr-nt, to try my Pwl' I.lrer IMIIn. I fnmrsntee they will purify the blood and put the liver and etomach into healthful condition and will pooltNeljr pure biliousneae Hud constipation, or I will refund your moiipy. Munyon's Homeopsthle Home Remedi Co., 63rd and Jailers". St., Phils., Pa. r 1 of this paper de. IKCdCiCtS anvthtno adrer. need In Sti column should ituift upon baring what they aik ior, reiunag all silbAitutes or imitations. n PATENTS Watsoa F..Ootrmnn,Wa"b IrifUm, D C. llookxfree. Illptk est niarenaea. Heat mult Your Liver is Clogged up That Why You're) Tirwd Oat of Sarte Have No Appetite CARTER'S UVER PILLS wiU put you right ia a tew day. They do their duty Can CeastHaa. lion. BuV laajaass, Wijjeitiew., ti Sick ReaJacna. small no. sum too, shall unci Genuine musibeet Signature MEAN. CI Sti AAA AiKffA Willie We were playing Insurance company at school today and the bo...

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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 26 August 1910

EW Of How Lincoln Was Re-elected Harry Vanderbllt Obtained Nearly $300,000 to Pay for the Campaign by Personal Appeal to I Wealthy Men In the Eaet. As a remarkable Instance of bow it la possible for a man to accomplish a work regarded at the time as of supreme Importance and still remain In comparative obscurity, the case of Harry Vanderbllt. a nephew of Commodore Vanderbllt, who died re cently In New York city nt a green old ape after making a fortune for himself as a manufacturer, is of es pecial Interest. For thla Vanderbllt, on the authority of his life-long friend, B. J. Jayne, who earned a name and a fortune for himself In the seven ties by uncovering a nest of great customs frauds, should be accredited with the honor of having made it pos sible for Abraham Lincoln to sccuro bis re-election to the presidency In 1864. "For some years prior to the out break of the Civil war," said Mr. Jayne, who is now almost eighty years of age, "Harry Vanderbllt held a responsible position In ...

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. — 2 September 1910

DAKOTA COUNTY E TFM ATI 0 MOTTO AH The News When It Is News. VOLUMJ Historical Society DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FIUDAY, SEVTEMKEll 2, 1910. NU3IBEII 1 SOUTH SIOUX CITY From the Kecord Mrn. Harry Edwards, of Mitchell, S. r., Is visiting her parents, Air. and Mrs. W. W. Knowlton, Mrs. Martha Shane lust week pur chased two lots across the street from the South school building. A. J. Parker has put R new roof on the Kreen house he recently purchased and made other Improvements. r H. Cooper and wife will move the first of September to the new house Just erected by Mrs. Martha Shane on West I'almer street. P. H. Swetzer, of Lonmls, Cal., who Is en route for Chicago, stopped off here this week and Is the guest of the George Hoals' home. Mrs. K. S. Macomber and daughter, Miss Luclle, left Wednesday for Wood bine, where they will visit Mrs. Ma comber's father, S. Deputy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westcott will move next week to their new home In Railwny uddition, on which the finish ing touches are now...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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