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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 7 December 1906

I r rd ATTITUDE OF THE FARMERS. While not complaining and while freely and Kladly acknowledging their great prosperity, due In largo measure to the development of manufacture, transportation and trade, farm 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 health of those already too rich. Farmers recognize that the value of their lands and the profits of their business are largely due to the mar kets created by manufacturer and the transportation pro Tided by railways. But the fanner distinguishes between the manufacture, transportation and sale of articles and the work of corporations und Individual...

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. — 7 December 1906

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOHM H. REAM, PUBLISHER. . Subscription Trice. $1.00 Vet Year. A. weekly newspaper published-at LrakntA t Hy. ISthrngkft. IVrniiwsion hut been granted for tbe transnti.-isioii of thin paper through the mail a second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Conntj Treasurer Blame thin week walled in and cirjceled railroad bond No. 59 TLU means that f59.000.00 Lava Ipd paid on the tailread bonds ia IHe pai-t three years. The payment of tvery bind means the earinx of 145 m yrt, on that the saving on t fiy-ciue Jktiids i quite an item. Tbis ia a srt of topsy turvy world. Vo oa seems to be satisfied. One nam ie atrngfrtinfr to gat justice, and another in flying from it. One man fe aaii g np to liny a borne and an other if trying hard to aell hia dwell ing for lens than it ooat, to Ret lid of it, One man la spending all the money be can earn in taking a girl to theater or show and Bonding her -valuable promts in hopes that he may eventually ma...

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. — 7 December 1906

Railroad Fare Refunded Botli Ways to Out of Town Customers Upon Most Generous Terms CHRISTMAS Stocks Are Now Ready Wo haie nbout a Million Dollars Worth of goods in this one store- $1,000,000.00. -We shall t9 Tery busy nil December, in fact, we will sell moi goods in Decem ber than any other store in Sioox City. Isn't it Worth Your While to Buy Christmas Gifts Now? Or within the next ten days? Your oomfort is worth something for wonderfully comfortable as this store is itt facilities are taxed duriug the holiday rush. Think of the Charm of First Choice Plan to do Your Xnias Shopping in Sioux City's IMggfest, Busiest and BEST DEFT STORE Local Items C, 8t. P., M. a O. Ttme-Table. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol ir.-vng time: ROHTH BOUND. iOCTH BOT7ND pm Omaha 7:35 am 10:00 am Omaha 6:13 pm 3 3" pm Norfolk 8 :20 am 8:01 am Norfolk 5.32 pm :i9 am Newcastle 10:00 am 4:08 pm 6:08 pm ItTHDAT THA.1KS. 6:52 pm Omaha 7:35 am 3:37 .........Norfolk 6:32 Get it at Davidsons It Costs Less Dav...

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. — 7 December 1906

Didn't Knew the Game Clintineey Oleott toils n funny story, which happened so'iio years npo when tie this living nt lmtn? with his par cntfl. lie became Imbued with the Idea that ho wan quite a sport, so ear ly otic morning, as bo softly turned the latch-key hud stole into the paternal ball, he was surprised to find bin fa ther Awaiting hlin. "What Is this I hear?" asked the father, sternly. "I am told you arc playing poker." "Why, father, I haven't the leant Idea of how to play the name." "t know that," replied the reverend gentleman, grimly. "At least, no I an told by one of the fellows who was playing with you." The Canadlir West is fir Best Wer The "!imnti T nf tpnt of i hAlianffK during I) fast fear is tliul t)ie Canudian Went 1 the In west. Year by yt.t the agricultural rrtur. base increased in volume and in value, and at: Die Canadian tiovernmeut otters i0 acres free I cry bona hue acttlrr. Some of the Advantage' ' The nhenomenal Increase inrnilwav mil. uet main linra and bra...

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. — 7 December 1906

MUSCULAR AILMENTS The Old-Monk-Curs will straighten out a contracted muscle In a Jiffy. ST. JACOBS OIL- . Don't play possum with pain, but 'tends strictly to business. Price 25c and SOe IV. L. DOUGLAS 3.50 &3.00 Shoes BIST IN THE WORLD r.LDoue!st $4 QUI Edge. Una, wnnoiB8 equainsaiany price , iflos fou bvekybod?"at all pbicei akaG's Snone, S to Sl.OO. Boys' Bbo.-s.t3 to1.2o. Wemnn's 6bo. 4.00 to J1.50. ' BUMc" OUUdrwi' WoM, 9.B0 to Sl.OO. try W. I. looglM Women's. Wl'irs nod Children's ihon I for style, lit and wear they eaoel other make. ' If 1 could take you Into my larg factories at Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes re made, you would then understand why they hold their shape, fit better, wear longer, and are of greater value than any other make. Wherever yoa live, you can obtain W. U Deuglas shoes. His name and price l stamped en the bottera. which protects you against blga terlces and lalerior shot a. Tta ,ubZ'iZ tut. Ask your dealer tor W.L. Do...

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. — 7 December 1906

president tf Setft 04 Hou$4 of ReprttenU' Am a nation wa still continue to enjoy a literally unprecedented prosperity! snd K It probable Mi". t only reckless epecuia inn and diaremrd of legitimate business I twtaods on the part of the businesa world I ii.aterlall mar this prosperity. No Congress In our time baa done more rood work of Importance than the present Congress. There were aereral matter left unfinished at your last session, dow ser, which I most earnestly hope you Will complete bctore your sojournment. CBpsl(i Contrlbntlons. . . .. i again rccommeno w ail coriHrauona irom couirioui.ua campaign expenses ' "J i , ; IjUI THlUalH CVUinirulQ mm ... ...... , - let u prohibit In effective fashion all corporations from making contributions for any political purpose, directly or indi rectly. h GsTcraarst'a Right te Appeal. A bill which has passed one House of , the Congress and which It Is urgently necessary should be enacted into law is that conferring upon the government the frig...

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. — 14 December 1906

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. V0LU3IE XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, DECE3IBEH 14, 190G. NUMBER 10. LATEST BY THEQRAPII SUMMARY OP THE NEWS CP THE WHOLE WORLD. GIBBONS IN APPEAL OAMiS Toil SYMPATHY FOP. O.VTIIOLICS OF FItANCK. ttrU4ial Quotes Violent Attacks Vpon kho Name of Jesus in Chamber of . .BcsHitJcs as Showing IiiHlnition ot lVcscut Crusade. "Ulhe American public Joes not un derstand the present crisis in France," nald Cardinal Gibbons when asked for hiii pinion on the French situation. He aoniinued: "I am Retting to be an old man now and I think 1 know my countrymen. They love fair play; they love liberty; their love to see human dealings ot man with man. And the late years have shown how cordially they hate Injustice, tyranny and inhumanity. And jrot France has treated her noblest citlaeus with Injustice and inhuman ity, and America, which has sympa thy for the oppressed of all nations, has raised no' protest nor uttered a word of sympathy. "U I believe that my countrymen would ...

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. — 14 December 1906

"i D. Dakota Ccztr Hcislil8111 tbelr Tfl,u,, anrt ro!,,nre t,",m a"lauw ww J a new and more charming order. I 1 John H. Ream, - FateU&trar If a ninn doesn't nuiount to anything nlmself, be boasts of bis ancestor. It will certainly be Count Bonl'a own fault If the wolf gets any chnnco to cratch at bis door. J . Of course the Kaiser has' a "thank- leas Job," but he receives a fair salary for bis services In lieu of thanks. In ng order. But the unhappy woman can hardly bear n snow-storm or the melancholy voice, of rain, am) wind. Diversion Is hftr nflr colic for tho restlessness that dogs her steps. The hope that somebody will drop In" buoys her up when the nun shines. When she knows the hope to be vain, hungry care, which waits for her even at the gates of sleep, thrusts Its lean hands and asheu face before her eyes. The rainy day which Is all too short for the pleasant "odd Jobs' of her happy .sister drags with lpaden feet for the sad heart. "If sadness Is the result of disappoin...

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. — 14 December 1906

Arctic to Explo mencan Hxplorcr ocrrorm, m0j X S j B "The NoVth Polo," said Comnnfnder tlobert E. peary before starting on bis latest expedition, "is the ldst . great geographlehl prize which the world has to offer to adventurous man; the priz for which the beat men of the strong est, most enlightened, most adventur ous nations of the eattli have been struggling unsuccessfully for nearly four centuries; the trophy which the grandest niltlon of them all.would be proud t wpn," . Peary's hopes of the prize are found ed upon his extraordinary knowledge of the Arctics. lie spent the greater part of ten' years in his reeonnolssunee f the Great Ice Cap of Greenland. Having conquered this Immense Arctic Sahara, he turned his thoughts toward the attainment of the North Pole in 1897."' f i" " Following te the jiortherumost record mnde'by the Various ArcH explorers : Peary April, 1000 87 deg. 0 inin. Cagni) May, 1900 SO dog. 34 min. Nansan. April, 1S95 SO cleg. 13 min. Pearyy .April, 1002 Si d...

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. — 14 December 1906

( Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOHX H. REAM, PUBLISHER. subscription Trice. $1.00 Fer Yesr. A weekly' newspaper published at Dakota t ity, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of thispaperthroiigh the mailt as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Rome of the metropolitan dailies are wondering how on eaith t'ie country editors will get along after the first of thA year without the customary toiler ge book taken on adrtrtisiog with tue railroads Win n tbe railroads gel the habit of Having cash for their adver tising the couutry editjf will be butter off in several ways. The report of the state labor bureau on tlie cro'i statistics for Nebraska for the year 1906, gives Dakota county first place lu the averr.ee yield of toru ter acre. The acreuCe is Riven at 44,175 aoreB: average yield per aer. 45.1 bushels; tusi produced 1,992,292 bushels, value fJ37.148.U4. lue re port on tbe oat vield gives an acreng. of 15,720; avertge yield per acre...

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. — 14 December 1906

A S2 ) H gss Railroad Fare Refunded Both Ways to Out-of-Town Customers on Liberal Terms. Shipping Charges Paid on All Purchases 2? of $5.00 or Over 2? NOW CHRISTMAS We are Magnificently Ready for the Crowds This store has noTer in all its successful past beon so sup erbly equipped for a big Christmas business as it is now. We brgan planning montbs ago for this festive occasion of good cheer, and a quarter million dollars' worth of Xmas merchandise is under this huge roof. Commence Christmas Shopping Now, unless you thoroughly enjoy being in the great throngs inevitable during the low days prior to Christmas. In any event you will find Davidson's store your best helper. Xwrvas $ Crowds Will Center Here No Crowded, cramped, inconvenient aisles and narrow pass ageways, for this the Greater Davidson's Store, with its acres of floor space. With ample room for all, this perfectly arranged store is the ideal shopping place. You will miss much of the pleasure and profit of the holiday buyin...

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. — 14 December 1906

'.KftmAlT Stjnelrh. George I loudly, formerly Goremof f Ohio, "ays that the hardest netting down be over experienced fell to him while f nmfialphUisr In hi own State. Tlred and out ol sort, he arrived at a 'little town one evening and wr nt to the "only hotel In the place. The proprietor wtood cbatless lftilnd a little desk smok ing a corncob rlpv After Mr. Ilondly jTeglstered his hot ald : Take yer tT,; i up to No. 10, down at the far end f the hall." With tome exasperation th 'State's; chief executive aald: "I am ;Oeorge: Hoadly, Governor of Ohio." The man looked him over calmly and Jplied! r'Wall, what d'ye waot me to di j ktsa yef, The Governor went meekly 'to hediSt Paul Pioneer Treaa. Z GS0RdS7 -,-1 A Positive CURE FOR catarrh Ely's Cream Balm ll quickly tbtorbtd. ' Givss Riliit at One. It cleanses, aoothea, 'heals and protect 'the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drivesaway a Cold in theHoad quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full size 50 eta. at Druggist...

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. — 14 December 1906

"Tho Blood IsTho Llfo. ,i Scleneo has never gono beyond tba Above simple statement of scripture. But fit has illuminated that statement and glTn It a meaning ever broadening with 'V. increasing breadth of knowledge. Vhen the blood is "bad "or Iniptiro It ils not alone tho lody which suffers through disease. The brsln - Is also clouded, h rulnd and Judgement are ettycted.andmiinv an evil deed crlmmirn tby htyHrtirectly traced to the ImpMty t tbe blbdi Foul. Impure blood can be marls nnre iy pf tr, FJW'S Golden Medical lHcnvpryt ij Cllrichea anrl ciirillr.; tha blnrj therehif curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and other cutaneous affections, as eczema, Utter, or SAlt-rhoum, hives and other manifestations of impure blood. ' , In the cure of scrofulous swellings, en ilargod glands, open eating ulcers, or old ' sores, the " Golden Med leal Discovery "has performed the most marvelous cures. In cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers, lit is well to apply to the open sores Dr. Pioree's...

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. — 14 December 1906

WHEN Pierre Nadeau brought bis blooming- brlda to the Kiver Tachot, be wai young and strong, fresh from thn lumber camps of Lake St. John. Ha had been Appointed wharf foreman In hl new home, and had grown old and graj as time went on. until a email farm and dwelling, bouRht with the frulta of bis toll, provided a shelter for bia declining years. Two aona had been born to the Na Jeans. wbo, aa they grew to manhood, west naturally to the lumber campe. Al ter a time, however, attracted by prom sea f higher wages and cash payment, in lieu of store trade, they nought the growing West. When they left their home they were dad In provincial fashion; when they returned, on a visit only, they were clad In store clothes and radiant neck irear, and they used strange Engllh, such a made the IVre Nadeau sick at heart. Finally, after unbridled depreciation of tie urronndings in which they were born nd bred, they departed by schooner and tneltlng finally into the Orient were seen too more. But thei...

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. — 21 December 1906

v. DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVII I DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1900. NUMBER 17. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OF THE NEW5 CP THE WMOLB WORLD. 1LAND JURY CONVICTS M)H( RICH NFJIRASKANS MKIJ) GV1LTY OF FKAI D. CoMHpirncy to Obtain Vnliov fully ITfce Tracts of Iinnd In Vcnteni Nebraska Wua Charged May Moan lxmg Prison Terms. The trial In the federal district court ,-at Omaha of Bartlett Richards, presi dent; Will O. Comstock, vice presi dent; C. C. Jameson, secretary anil treasurer, and general manager of the Nebraska Land and Feeding company, 'controlling the 400,000-acre "Spado" ranch, and Aqutlla Trlplett, their agent, ended Thursday afternoon by the conviction of the four defendants on thirty-six counts of an indictment which charged conspiracy to defraud (the government of public lands and 'subornation of perjury. The Jury took tbut two hours to consider the evi dence. This trial began Nov. 19, and the Jury was completed two days later. 'The entire time of the court ...

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. — 21 December 1906

i Baferta County llerald Dakota cnr, ueb, Uohn H. Ream, . Publisher Pome pijilo seem t. tti.tiik that loud talk makes a sound nnfument. When a man claims ho won a "moral" k"tory It means he has had the studlng licked out of Mm. If every newspaper would advise men to oto tho way they want to less ad vice would be wasted. Ill Fplte of the craze for public office, ft would take a whole lot to Induce any onq to become Czar cd" Russia. Father Edward may find It necessary to take little Newfoundland acnys his knee and administer a good spanking. A New York girl typist wrote 2,4m words In half an hour. It goes with out saying that another girl did the dictating. Occasionally a woman dyes her hair red, but if a man was to do a thing like that he would be confined In a padded cell. One nice thing about betting o,n elec tion Is that when you win you can brag about It, and when you low- you can keep still. Native Italians nro angry at their government's purchase of American steeL Alas, they fo...

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. — 21 December 1906

LJTTLE nZO SHOZS. Thrr Bronttht (hp Tmm (lint Po. iillilr Siiverl h Life. "What dear little toil ttliorit! salt Mr. Garnott. pausing In front of a Window on the Corso In Borne. "I'm sure they would just lit baby." "Thru 1 tliink wo liail bettor go In nnd buy thoin," Mr. Gnniett's eyes twinkled, "for Kllen ought to linve n pair of shoes. U must bo n whole week since she had any new ones." "Hut these ore so niiininff. Tom! Think how pretty they would look run ning round the tlivk of the steamer. O Tom, Isn't It nice that In two weeks we shall Im Milling? When I tliink that baby liasn't Keen her native land yet, I ran hardly wait to get home. It's real- Jy sad not to ho horn In one's native Jnnd." "Then you are n subject for onmnils oration, for after n hull like that I'm convlmvd Ireland must he your native land." Mrs. Garnott joined In her husband's merry laugh, nnd drawing her nrm through his, paid. "Now you must buy those shoes just to make up for poking fun at mo." It Is lmK)Ssihl...

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. — 21 December 1906

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Hertld. JOHK H. KRA1C, FCBM8HEK. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Yesr. A weekly newspaper Dakota City, Nsornska. Telephone No. 43. published at 5 Items of Interest from our Exchanges it C VjVM'lKiO 4rXMjm aOC Sioux City Jonrnal, 18th: la tlie etent that the Chicago, Burlington and Qtrincy ltailroad oumpany shall build a bridge acioss the Missouri river at iSioux City, a officially baa been an nonnoed to be its plan, tlie owners of the Combination bridge will build the Omaha Northern road and bring the Missouri Pacifio into Sioux City. The new of this determination of tbe own era of the Combination bridge wan given yeaterday by an authority not to Iks questioned . The authority stated the proportion as follows: "if the Burlington road goes ahead with it present plans and builds a biiilge here and the Combination Bridge com pany loses the Burlington and Oreat Northern aa lessees, the Commutation Hecuritiea company will build the Omaha North...

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. — 21 December 1906

7 13 Railroad Fare Refunded Both Ways to Out-ofJown Customers on Liberal Terms. Shipping Charges Paid on All Purchases 3g of $5.00 or Over 2? CHRISTMAS V are Magnificently Ready for the Crowds TLis store has never in all its successful past been bo sup erbly equipped for a big Christmas business an it is now. We began planning months ago for this festive ocoasiou of good cheer, and a quarter million dollars' worth of Xmas merchandise is nnder this huge roof. Commence Chiiatnias Shopping Now, unless you thoroughly enjoy being in the great throngs inevitable during the few days prior to Christmas. In any event yon will find Davidson's store your best helper. Umas $ Crowds Will Center Here No Crowded, cramped, inconvenient aisles and narrow pass ageways, for this the Greater Davidson's Store, witi its acres of floor space. With ample room for all, this perfectly arranged store is the ideal shopping place. Yon w'il miss much of the pleasure and profit of the holiday buying uuless you co...

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. — 21 December 1906

IIUMOROFTIIE WEEK BTORIE3 TOLD BY FUNNY MEN OP THE PRESS. Odd, Cnrlcn and Langtiahle rbase tit Human Natnre Graphically Portray d by 1 ntinent Word Artiata of Out Own Day-.A. Bad gat of Fan. "I'm Tory sorry, mndam," ald tho tiew boarder, "but I hove arranged to leave at tho end of tho week." "Indeed r rejoined the landlady. Are you going to leave the city?" "Ob, no," replied the n. b. "I'm mere ly making a change on account of the vater." "Why, what' wrong with tlo water lerwT queried the landlady. "It's Impure," answered the other. "I frequently detect a slight flavor of cof fee In It" Prom Old Kontork. Btubb There goeg the Kentucky BolneL He certainly loves hlw corn. I'enn I should any so. Why, he ren Tides a cob. Ill Lark of Appreciation. Auntie Llngerlong There, there I Btop crying, Willie, and Til kiss you gain. Willie Aw, that's what I'm crying bout ! Drrond the I.lmlt. Mrs. .Taggsby I like to see a mnn ap preciate his borne all right, hut my fcusband suits me a little too wel...

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