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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 October 1910

J hot stuft. lB5fI j. uli. & The Maid Dii tbe mustard plaster flo you any good, Bridget? The Cook Yes; but, by gorry; ut boite tho tongue. The Most Noticeable Change. "So you have lived In Europe for 2C years? Thnfs a long time for a man to be away from his own country." "Yes. It Is, and I'm mighty glad to m home again." '1 suppose you notice a great many changes?" "Yes, many." "What, If I may ask. Is the greatest change that hns come to your notice?" "The greatest change, it seems to Ine, Is to be found in the fact that the Vice-president of the United States Succeeds In getting his name In tho paper nearly as often as be might If he were a baseball player or a prom ising lightweight prizefighter." OR. MARTEL'S FEMALE PILLS. Seventeen Years the Standard. Prescribed and recommended for Women's Ailments. A scientifically pre pared remedy of proven worth. The result from their use Is quick and ner KanenL Fur sale at all Drug Stores. No Hurry. "What are you In such a rush about?" "...

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. — 28 October 1910

ERMISH I want rxeiy rlironlc rlirnmattc to throw w.iy ull Dii'rtUlnps, all liniment, all plnntfrs, pnit r!vo MUNXON 8 KHKUMA 5'ISM ItHMUDY a trlaL Mo matter what our doctor may fay, BO matter wut your frirnds wif W DO matter tow riejmllied yoa may be acnlnst all advxr-ilw-a roniP'IlfS. p nt on; to r;i;r arrt r'"t and pot a uottto cf the KIIELMA 3 ISM I!KMi:rT. If It fn!1 to Rlv Mtl (artinti.I will Tvfnnd yonr Biony. Munyon Remember this remedy contains no Rl Ipylle nrt.l, no opium cc-alne, morphine or ither linrtnfnl droit. It i put up tinder th goaruutce c the Pure JTood aud Vrug A?or sale ty all drocelsta. Price, a5c Cf) I? A l R"1np'1 raya. We pnbllfth flml V aj I iI monthly,:.- pap? hutry l'atir, ma arlne atyli, M lid ft, a ynar. Kor trial, n.ml l.s rta. In tanii for a moril-lis. nml a umjila high . rail., HtlTftr. plal.d upoon. warranti-d for 10 yearn, ty leading Biajitifarturrrit; r'r.TH h dray" or lirlpht nntiili. Suut tKatialfl. Will toll yon bow to (ret t be whole net, SOUT...

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. — 28 October 1910

Dakota County Herald lOHN 11. KEAM, TUBUSHER Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly nwnpHpur puMiHlied at Dakota City, Nebraska. I'ennismon has been granted for the transmission of this papcrthrouRh the mhiis as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Republican Tlckte. Kor United States Senator KUMICR .!. MUKKKTT For Congressman, Third District JOHN F. IlOYl) For Governor CHK3TKA If. AL.DRICH Kor Lieutenant Governor M. 11. IIOPBWKLL For Secretary of State ADDISON WAIT For State Auditor SILAS R. HARTON For Attorney General GRANT G. MARTIN For Land CommlHsloner 10. H. COWL1CS For State Treasurer WALT Kit A. GKORGK For Supt. Public Instruction .1. W. Cr.AP.TRlSU For Railroad Commissioner HENRY T. CLARKK, Jr. For State Senator. F;iKhth District GISORGH W. WILTSB For Representative, lfith District CKCIL It. BOUGHN For County Commissioner. 2d District NELSON FIOAUTO If Mr Dnhlmsn believes in what he talks ho did wrooff in taking a shot at his sister s husband, The brother-ni law in ...

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. — 28 October 1910

s Mwmmwmmt' tx urn W If - pr Viy .I;vai ; iff' mm up 1 Scores of women will do it this winter, in some poor, old base burner ; and they'll get very little warmth out of it, too. Don't you think it would be a good idea to buy a First Class Favorite Base Bur ner, with Triple Exposed Flues, and save enough on your coal bills this winter to buy a new dress in the spring? It is a positive fact the Favorite does burn less coal and throws out more heat than any other base burner made. It took an organized body of stove ex perts nearly fifty years to perfect it. There is no other Base Burner like it, because tue features that make it such a wonder M and economical heater are patented. 9 It is the most attractive and best made stove, too. In the Triple exposed Flues you will find one reason why it will save fully one half on your coal bills. But there are many other vsss reasons too many to mention here. Cpme and see us, ana we will snow you that there is no other base burner that will compa...

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. — 28 October 1910

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, . Publisher. THE BEST REAL "PULL." Now that tho summer Is nearly ovei Jbundreda of young men who were (graduated last June from colleges and ilgb schools are entering the voca tion which they Intend shall he theli life's work. Some are ntlll seeking suit fable openings. The young man with out a "pull" may believe himself band! capped. Ho Is likely to see Instances where the employer gives first con Slderation to his son, his nephew oi' the Bon of a friend, nut that Is nc more than right The average busl nesa man recognizes the obligations ol relationship and friendship, un to the point where they do not impair his material Interests and those of his ns soclates. His nephew and his friend's son must make good his own son, most of all. His tendency, in fact. Is o be more strict with his son than lie la with any of his other employes, eays the Cleveland Leader. If a young man thus favored with tho first oppor tunity shows that he will ...

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. — 28 October 1910

T 8 LO Tlhte u u u u u .'S'M So 1 h I ANTS beet Mend to his mother the forth . All she asks Is ttio oppor tunity ami the will yield him the wealth of an account that has been growing for age. And he has treated her an he usually treats his best friends. He has taken all she had to Kite, bought an auto mobile and a house In town and then hid his address from his relatives of the soil for fnar they would bring their earthy Bmell Into his new residence. With quiet Indifference old Mother Earth endures this ingratitude, but he time comes when she has nothing for lils greed. What happens then? 'Look to India for one answer. Ten million of our own Aryan blood starve there In a (--ingle famine year starve upon a soil that once was, and still could be, almost Inconceivably fertile. Russia offers another reply, where "Villi stomachs empty men enter a world that never fills them. Yet an other answer, centuries old, may be found in the Tigris-Euphrates ralley, which, once marvelously fertile, ...

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. — 28 October 1910

New News Felicity Secret Wise Man Knows Exactly What He Needs Hints For Hostess 0 r ii JCs3 How Campanini Got a Raise Musical Critic All P .Trounced Ba velll, His Rival In p-rt-J by Ma pleson, to Be a Very Satisfac tory "Second" Tenor. In the heyday of the period back In tbe late seventies and early eighties when Italo Campnnlnl, who at 14 be came one of Garibaldi's famous one thousand, was being heralded as the greatest living tenor and had the mu sic lovers of two continents at his feet, he went to his English and Amer ican manager, the late Cel. J. H. Ma pleson, and demanded a large In crease in salary. The Impresario listened to his great star's demand with outward equanimity; be realized that Campuninl's voice bad done much to make bis opera seasons at Covent Garden and In America successful, but be did not propose to grant the Italian the increase In salary demanded If he could help It. So, while promising to give the matter serious consideration, he set abut planning In his o...

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. — 4 November 1910

Dakota com TY 'T 1 " T "HT" If in)- MOTTO-All The Nowg When It Is Notts. VOLUME 19 DAKOTA CITY, NEIL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1910. MUMBE2, lX! Oric:ofjheATell fHI tUORUDHERflliD. flSm$ ,xtfl bfont Ios. 9.Brtlyr; S -!' tateTreasurerJbeilnTYte.- r - , " " , ffieer,Slr: v iRef erring t 1ionTeMt9ftltri'rn"At'tMjr? jiirt'foH like to nsKe'cutntwjiottt sefoHsws:. (One due September li)''' One due October 1, . (One lue November lj ,One due riecemher 1. 'One due January 1, lSOo" 500 ... ..-- ( i jl n, The latter I night ask td'twa extended'ln'part. The ethara' ruld be paid at maturity wltfc Intarcat, Jill ofoooraa paythe lit - teres t on present note. fUl th4 e.-,beat H fcnorytl HITCHCOCK-BARTLEY. We reproduce above a copy of one of the letters between Congressman Hitchcock and Joseph Bartley, which hare caused such a big political sea ation. Edgar Howard, one of the moat prominent democrats in the state and editor of the Columbus Telegram, produced photographic copies of a number of letters wh...

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. — 4 November 1910

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher, FOR CLEAN FOODS. ( Addressing the American Health pWnoclatlon la convention at Milwau kee, Prof.'JanifB O. Jordan of Boston, chairman, pointed out the need of pro tecting foods from contamination not onljr by dirt, dust. Insect life, dogs and cats, but also from handling by human being, nays the Buffalo Express, lie must have had In mind careless jmasscs to whom tho rules of cleanli ness aro practically unknown. The cf jfort of tho day, among civilized people Is generally for clean food. Kestau ;rants are Rometiines accused of being .less particular than they should he. fcut local health officials ctjn keep them up to the standard or have them dla- contlnncd. If such power Is not ne jceBKlblo by any heiilth officer, legisla tion should provide for Mich an ar irangement. Professor Jordan spoke 'also for milk, paying: "Less money spent on millinery and beer and more devoted to procnrlng clean milk will yield heallh dividend...

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. — 4 November 1910

B , ODAY the songbird of tV.e United Slates have thrown uboutthem the strong arm of ,rolcct',oi. For a quarter of a century there was hard and systematic work to save creatures who were helpless to save themselves and against whom. as somoone has put It, tho hand of man and the fcead of woman constantly were raised. It per haps Is hardly necessary to say that the allusion o tho head of woman had to do with tho fashion f wearing the plumage of native wild birds for decorations for hats and bonnets. It wps a hard fight to pet tho masses of the people. Interested In the bird protection move ment. Today very little Is known In a general way of the manner In which success was wrought out. It Is not at all uneomman evtn now to hear the bird protectors spoken of as mere sen timentalists, and there are men who have had a part In tho right to 6ave tho wild life who have een sneered at as effeminate. The truth Is that post of the men who engaged in the work of pro nerving the fenthered specie...

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. — 4 November 1910

4 Dakota County Herald I JOHN H. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Trice. $1.00 Tet Year. A wp-.ikly uewitpnpcr published at iMkoia City, Nebraska. I'ennitwion has boen granted fur the trnminHion of thiBpapertlirough the mai'm aa eecond-r.lats mutter. Telephone No. 48. Republican TicMe. For L'niti'i! Stiitcs Senator KLMKK J. HUKKKTT Far Governor CIIKSTIOA H. ALDKICH I-'or Lleulenant Governor M. lt. HOTHWK1X For Secretary of State ADDISUN WAIT For Stale Auditor SMiAS It. KARTON For Attorney General CHANT O. MARTIN For Land Commissioner M. II. COWLKS For State Treasurer WA1.TKK A. GKOUGK For Siipt I'lilillc Instruction J. W. CKAHTHKK For Rallro.nl Commissioner IIHNRY T. CLARKE, Jr. For Congressman, Third District JOHN F. HOYD For State Senator. Eighth District ONORGM W. WILTSB For Representative. 16th District CECIL R. KOUGHN For County Commissioner. 2d District NELSON FKAUTO THE TICKET Taken as a whole there never was a better ticket named in this state than the republicans present this Y...

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. — 4 November 1910

I CHURCH NEWS MtTHODHT. Hev. W. H. Warren, I'lutor. Service nt. the Methodist F.plectml church every Nunday ns follows: I'reiich Iiik nt II n in : Sunday school nt In n in ; class lilcetl lis" It in: K.pwortli Lcntinc 7 p ill ; preae IiIiik K p in. LUTH t R A N- llev.S. I.. Keller. 1'nstor. DAKOTA CITY Sunday school every Sunday nt (l:4T a in; Hllftalx-lh H. 1 1 hum., superintendent, prem-hliia at IM) p in. every Kttndny. SALEM Preaclilnu every Sunday at 11 a in: Sun day school promptly nt lit a m. F. P. Uul bcrtson, superintendent. The public Is curdliilly Invited to all these lervlces. R R Time Table C B ft Q south No. 91 Local Froight 7:15am 17 " P asset) ger. .12:47pm NORTH No. 92 Local Freight 2:25 pro 16 Local Passenger. .6:07 pm daily. daily except Sunday. c, st. p., M.a o. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol lowing time : SOUTHBOUND. BOOTH BOUND. 5:55 pm Omaha 7:58 am 10:03 nra Omaha 5.13 pm 8:38 pm Norfolk 8:23 am 9:28 am Norfolk 5:13 pm 7:38 am Newcastle 10:18 am 1:15 pm "...

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. — 4 November 1910

"I Reckon Y'u're the DMJITE LZ MEREDITH NICHDON 7- jLLuoMun0DrmrwAlTK'7 8YNOP3IS. Thomas Arrimoro, bnmd millionaire, tnfl Henry Maine GrlnwnM, prnfinnr in Ikfn rnlvfTHlty of VtrRlntit, titkn trains ut of Atliintn, (JrlHwnld to Ills rnliiw. svrrimnre In pursuit of a kIi-I who liml " -" ...... u.lj'n l.t-nill, UN llil'll trains Blood opposite each olhrr. CHAPTER I. Continued. , Prof. RrlBwolJ's eyes wartderrd re peatedly from his manuscript to the car celling, then furtively to tho un compromisingly averted shoulder and bead of tbo young lady, then back to fcts lecture notes, until lie was weary of the process. Tho nlligator-hldc suit-case thrust UDdiT the goat bore tbo familiar label Of a Bwlsg hotel where Grlswold. hnd Alice spent a week, and spoke- of the elrl's acquaintance with an ampler world. When Phoebe had brought it torth the initials ". O." In email black letters Biiggestrd Ilaltlmoro & bin to Griswold's lazy speculations, vhereupon Lo reflected that while Xiait-'more w...

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. — 4 November 1910

I I LOOK TO YOUR KIDNEYS. When Suffering From Backacha. Headaches and Urinary Trouble. They are probably tbo true source tf your misery. To keep well, you oust keep your kidneys well. There U no better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney IUB4) rll Thrr M ... J cure sick kid neys and cure them perma nently. Ernest Ul brlght, Kel logg, Idaho, says: nearly with I was dead kidney trouble. 1 pass ed quantities of blood and loat 15 pounds n weight In three weeks. My bladder was bo full of gravel I could not hold the urine. I passed several stones as large as a pea. I rapidly Improved kinder the uso of Doan's Kidney Pills , and was soon well and strong." Remember the name Doan's. i For sale by all dealers. GO cents a tax. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A Hot Time. "That fellow cooked his reports." "I suppose that Is how be happeno to get Into a stew." i Dr. Pierre's Plennant TrHcta first put up trwyara ago. They rcnulate and invigor ate, itomach, liver and bowels Waited tiny granules. iiR...

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. — 4 November 1910

mm -tuiniiaiLiM. o-b t:jvw"! mst vn war kwwpi . www it 'T rtcrwi im MMViNw mmn mat. a jimniiiw RfflMlMStl New Of Burial Place Mayor William R. Grace' 6tcry of th Way In Which Niw York City Wat Se lected. Km a number of year after the de rision was reached that tie pnrma- eat burial place of Gea. V. S. Grant a4 Mrs. Grant should be Riverside Brive, New York city, subscriptions to the projected monuuieut to be erected over, the sarcophagi lagged. Then Qea. Horace Porter organized a com- m It tee which speedily secured the fund nended. It was about the time of the dedication of the monument that William R. Grace, twice mayor of New York city, narrated to iue this hitherto unpublished story of the manner In which New York was selected as the burial pIsco of the great commander. "I was serving my second term as mayor of New York," said Mr. Grace, at the time General Grant was smit ten with his mortal illness. I kept my- lf constantly Informed as to his con dition. At one time, I remember...

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. — 11 November 1910

1 ' St ale Historical Society f OTA COUNTY MOTTO All Tbe News When It Is News. VOLUME 19 DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910. NUMBER 11 OS 5 BELIEVED MANY MINERS ARE DEAD IN DELAGUA (COL.) MINE SHAFT. FIFTY MAY HAVE ESCAPED Force of Blast Felt Four Mile Away Rescue Parties Are Rushed to Scene Mouth of Main Slops Bad ly Caved. Trinidad, ool. Sixty or more miners were entombed and may be dead as a result of an explosion Tuesday In Mine No. 3 of the Victor American Fuel company at Pclayia, 20 miles northeast of Trinidad. Three men were killed at the mine's mouth. Fifty of the men In the wrecked mine are reported to have escaped through entry No. 2. Two of the men who were in the inlno at the time of the accident have been taken out. They were unable to tell anything that would lead to the belief that their comrades are still alive. The force of the explosion was felt at Hastings, four miles down the can yon, and the news of the disaster spread rapidly. Rescue car of the Colora...

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. — 11 November 1910

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM 7 . Publisher. SOCIETY MEN AS DARING AVIATORS SOME ODD BELIEFS 3 LUCK OR MISFORTUNE ASCRIBED TO THE DIQIT8. Ainniracem SCHOOLS IN PUBLIC PARKS. Boston's finance commission baa laed itself upon record aa favoring tbo building of one of the publlo schools In one of Boston's publlo Jparks. If the suggestion should be acted upon by the Boston city govern ment It would probably Involve a unique eiperlment A schoolhnuse Is to be built In a portion of the city ' rwhere property Is high-priced, and Ten at a high prlco It Is difficult to eet a suitable elto. In Washington park the city has an area of 390,125 square feet In such location as to make an Ideal site, says tho St. Paul Dispatch. The commission argues that the school building will occupy but 18,000 square feet of this space, and that the curtailing of tho breathing area will, therefore, not bo serious. On the ether hand, the fact of having a achool In the park will attract to It a m...

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. — 11 November 1910

HOIST BY HIS URINO (he Binies and and the early seven ties of the last cen tury, counterfeit Irtfc blossomed Into one of the fine arts, and to bucu perfection was It brought that. In many Instance, It waa ex- ftAtrilncrlv HlfTlplllt it etet the bogus stuff from the genu ine. Ag fnsldloua enemies of the pP'e In erery walk of life, counterfeiters may well be classed among the most subtle and dangerous persons with whom officers of the law have to cope. Rver wide awake and on the alert for treachery In their own ranks, these crafty rogues can only be captured and convicted by means of carefully baited traps, or by what Is generally knows, as the stool-pigeon system. Counterfeiters are divided Into six distinct classes: First, the capitalist or procurer; second, the engraver; third, thn nrlntnr; fourth, the whole sale dealer; fifth, the retailer, and sixth, the sbover or circulator. The anttalfnt In thn most, difficult man to reach as he seldom bandies any of the plates or spurious mone...

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. — 11 November 1910

Dakota County Herald JOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Trice, $1.(X) Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. l'erniission has been granted for tbe transmission of this paper througb tbe maiis as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Omaha ean retain Dablman for their Mayor, and welcome. Tbe election of Hitchcock over Bnrkett forU 8 senator; LslU over Iloyd fur congress, and Oallugber over lionghn for representative, are conced ed by the teturos at band, Following is the total vote of the connty by precincts: Dakota 178, Em erson 189, Covington 257. Summit 102, Omaili 220, Hubbard 129, St John's 120, rigm n Creek 52. Total 1197. The total vot of the connty in 1909 was 1404, and in 1908 1545. This is a falling off of 207 votes from last year and 348 from the votiof two years In the scattering vote cast for dif ferent offices on the ticket we give the following totals: For U 8 Henator, Birmingham, pro, 10 Lippenoott, s, 22 For governor, Wright, s, 22. For ...

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. — 11 November 1910

BAKING P 4 WID)Et& Royal Cook Book mailed free immediatelr on receipt of your address. ft :1 A ells How to Make 178 Kind of Cake Cakes of all kinds for all people are best made with Royal SPECIALLY FINE FOR LAYER CAKE 0, v. - V. All kinds of ooal, feed and hay for sale at reasonable prices. I'ivldb & Slaughter Oo. TheoE Bliven, Manager, Dakota City, Neb. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST Rot. W. R. Warren, Pastor. Services at, the Methodist Episcopal church every Buiulay as follows: Preach Ititt at 11 a in; Sunday school at Ida m; class meeting It m: Kpworth Leugue 7 p in; prcnchlnR 8 p m. LUTHERAN. Rev.S. L. Keller. Pastor. DAKOTA CITY Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 a m; Kllzubttth H. Hoase, superintendent, preuuhlng at 7:H0 p ni. every Sunday. SALEM Preachinn every Sunday at 11 a in; Sun day school promptly at 10 a m. F. P. Oul bertson, superintendent. The public Is cordially Invited to all these ervlces. R R Time Table C B 4 Q south No. 91 Local Freight 7:15 am 17 " Passenger .. ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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