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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 16 December 1910

Dakota County Herald JOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Trice, $1.00 Fer Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota Uitr. Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mans as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. OdIt a few Tears ago Thurston county asked the state to make snap tvropriation with which to pay off the vxinty's indebtedness, and now the oinrnnanl 1 nniintT seat removal IS asked for. Wonder who will be asked to pay for that. m -a Organized agriculture holds meet ings at Lincoln, January 10th to 20th, 1011. Agricultural, horticultural and live stock subjects will be discussed ch day. Ia the animal discussion, Taesday will be assigned to horses, Wednesday to swine and Thursday to cattle and a general soil discussion is et for Friday morning. This is the j.Tat farmer meeting of the year and very progressive farmer iu this com munity should be present. J Adam Bede, ex-congresnian from Minnesota, commenting on the present high co...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 16 December 1910

,VNew Idem Magazii - ' ' vj J XNew Ide Magazine $1 Ct , - flit I la 1 1 v and NnntlftV 1j0UIWl . S without Bandar 4 tri rnrtl rnnte natrons..... 1V..m I"U WwkltHtlf 1 i low Homestead 1 rooltry Oazette (Lincoln).... 1 f Woman's World 1 Lafollette's Magazine, weekly. 1 P Hamptons 1 Lippineott's " 2 80 00 20 3 50 15 CO 10 15 60 75 75 R R Time Table c, st. p., m.a o. Trains leare Dakota City at the fol lowing time: feOBTH BOUND. SOOTH BOUND 4 :25 pm Omaha 7 :58 am 10:03 am Omaha 4.63 pm 8:88 pm Norfolk 8:23 am :28 am Norfolk 4:53 pm 7 :38 am Newcastle 10 :18 am 1:15 pm 6:50 pm if BCNDAT TRAINS. 12:13 pm Omaha 2:30 am Z :88 pm Norfolk 8 :23 am f:28 am Norfolk 4:53 pm C B ft Q 'i booth Xo. 91 Local Freight' 7:15 am . j 17 " Passenger. .12:47pm north , So. 92 Local Freight 2 :25 pm 16 Local Passenger.. 6:07 pm .'daily. daily except Sunday. Local Items Friday, Dec. :6, igto We bare sewing machine needles and schuttles to fit any sewiug ma chine. Yon will also find a good line of hardware, g...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 16 December 1910

. 4 1 'oo A ffrlend coet PERFUME FAVORED BY QUEENS Woyal Family of England Remain Faithful to "Eta Bouquet" Ciar Ina la Fond of Whit Violet. Queen. Mary Is not a tovpr of prr fume. She uses pan do cologne occa sionally, liut avoids scptits as much 8 possible- A west end chemist told the writer recently that neither Is Queen Alexandra very fond of per fumes, althoRKb she remains faithful lo the "Kss llouquet," which has wen In use by the royal family of England since 1S22. Thi perfume Is composed of amber mixed with the ssenrefl of roses, violets, Jasmine, oranjte flowers and lavender. 8,spnco of roses, violets, jasmine, On the oiher hand the Czarina Is l;iwlonately fond of perfume. Iter apartments In the royal palace nre daily sprayed with esticnces of liluc, jasmine, and white violet. Her MaJ duty's favorite rrsonce la violet, mid for 'several weeks In tho enrly spring hundreds of women and girls may be een at Grasee Ratherlng tho blos wma from which the Czarina's per fume Is mode....

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 16 December 1910

T ijURETUATGOLD txr? f7? A Tv "I wonld mllier rerrv the hfKli f a lion than be Km riiUr.' l I A kON. ' Thounands of proplc wild are milTirnu with colds are iiUout. to.iuv . l oinoi :ov they may be ru-ti:itol with ih'iiuiikmhi. An ounce of pr' rnlioii i". vol! I; a ;)"'!inl of cure. (Jet. a -Ti cent U.itii' it Mm roll's Cold I'iiiv at I lie m-in si ilriiu tore. TIiih li'itllo nuiy l.o 'iiH ntlv .carried in the vet poclri. if vm me not satisfied with l!ic rlTci-l 4 tlm rem edy, fiend uh jour empty lni'ilf nil Me Will refund your inoiirv . Y. ..mmi t'n''l Cure jvill aprc-ililv hreak up -'H 'i'iuii" if ' roldn and prevent r.t ippe n ri'l tmirii' tim. - ... 1 i J: 1 . . . I I 11 cnrcKH iiHirn:u jv oi i rif 1 1 r ;-i". im:'- tops unee.inir. alhvs inl' i uuii.i : ,n mi l If you need ?,I.-,lir -l I Anvir.'. ivtit" , Munyon's J)oe!or. Tliev will e i'-' i'ilv Impnofe your -' and ink ic you I y , nail, nt'oluti'l' fr-e. l'rnf. Miiiivnn. .VM and .Icffei-nn trerl Philadelphii), IV I JSr IX to re...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 16 December 1910

New Of Henry Irving Mow the Great Actor Watched the Law Makers at Work and Guested Their Characters With Re markable Accuracy. Sir Henry living flrnt appeared on the American stage In 1833. Not long after his debut as Mathlus, In "Tho Bells," I had the pleasure of meeting the great English actor-manager at a little breakfast In Washington. Dur ing the course of the meal he asked If I could take him Into thp house of representatives, then In session. "I should like very murh to make a study of the members of your liouse of congress from a seat In the galleries where I will not be observed." he went on to explain. "I have Hlways found great pleoxure In studying the faces and manners of men who are prominent In public life when they We not aware that any one In particu lar ts studying them. Then, after I hare made my studies. I am glnd to be told their names, for It frequently affords me a great pleasure to learn that my personal observations have enabled me to read accurately the char...

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. — 23 December 1910

DAJKO COUNTY MOTTO All The News When It Ii News. DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1910. NUMBER 10 U. S. HELD HELPLESS SECRETARY DICKINSON POINT3 OUT LACK OF MEN, ORGANI ZATION AND SUPPLIES. FOR AN ARMY OF 450,000 8ecret Report Also Recommend Defi nite Policy and a Council of De fence Home Refuses te Receive Document. Washington. Jacob M. Dickinson, secretary of war, in a secret report to the house, presents a most alarm ing picture of the helplessness of the United States, with its standing army about one-third as large as It should be, lacking adequate supplies and military organization, in case the nation should be attacked by a for eign foe. The report, which the house refused to accept because it was presented to it as a secret, has become public property here Friday and the subject of much discussion. It was Bent In response to the resolution of Repre sentative McLachlan of California asking as to the condition of the de fenses. Mr. Dickinson recommends that the standing...

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. — 23 December 1910

DAKOTA CITY nERALD .n i DAKOTA CITY, NE& JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. .1! L.l WORLD GROWING BETTER. Every Issue, of a newspaper which trtes to record (lie most Important evotits of tiie dny pcetns to be on Its face nn Indictment of lie hiininn race land modern civilization. Stories of Breed, oppression, wrongs nnd crime pftn take up innst of the rpnro In its coIumriH. Tlio effect upon the render Is BomclimeH to mate him think, for tho' moment lit least, that the world la grow4iiR more hutd and cruel, and that society, an It. la constituted, is a failure. Tt'it such a view is all wrong, nd the thoughtful render soon real izes It. The world Is Krowinj? better all the time, and humanity is steadily advancing from one piano of lifo to another. The reason I hero nma wore wickedness Is that the people of the earth are in closer communication With one another thnn they were only a few years ao, says the Cleveland Leader. Crimes which owe remained unknown to all hut a comparatively few are ...

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. — 23 December 1910

Wliat Shall It Dc,? PRINTER? Not the country town, "one horse" kind, but the kind that run the big printing shops of the country, and sometimes be comes a member of the firm. How your boy may go about realizing such an ambition. The start and the various steps up wards described, together with the remuneration that each new position brings. By C. W. JENNINGS. ENERAL1.Y speaking, there Isn't much known about $i tliV t'ic Pr,n,'n& business out- 1!W side of the Immediate fol- M lUffiTM ui mu l rail ui iiiubu closely connected with It, and the nverage father, particularly in a country town, would probably not consider It with high favor as an oc cupation for Ms son, believing, per hapH, that about nil there is to it Is fettlng type and laboriously running an old-fashioned preHS at not very high pay. However, there Is not a finer line of work, nor one with better opportuni ties for acquiring a competence and for advancement among all the lines of human endeavor. The fact that printin...

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. — 23 December 1910

Dakota County Herald JOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the maiis as second-elans matter. Telephone No. 43. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all, is the sincere wibh of The Herald. EG)MO0t! C0 0M W IIOIII9 Ul I MICI051 ft from our Exchanges 3 Pender Republic: Attorneys E D Wigton of Lyons and E J Smith of Ilomcr were here last Saturday on business. Thnrston Items in Pender Republic: A I n i m ... Armor nuio oi near Allen was a caller here Saturday,... Ed Clinken beard was down from Hubbard limt Friday. Wynot Tribune Rv O E Von II Ren, of HartiugtoD, w ho is conducting revival meetings out at Spring Valli MpttinfllHl flllimll t.'UB viulltiifV i Wynot Monday and pai 1 the Tribune Pouca Leader: Mr Grffith. from Homer, Nebraska, is viiiting at the home of Erasmus Carter, in .Silver creek. .. .Miss Edna HulimHnf Dakota City accompa...

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. — 23 December 1910

PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Dakota City.N. bf, Dee. 17, 1910. The hoard of county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. 1'res cnt, Ni Isnn Feauto, chiiirnian; Kil. Moirmii, Tims. loiiK and V. L. Itoss, clerk. Hntnl of leorne N (Jenrienon, rond over aeur district .-.oil. approved liy the homd. Hond of (It'oriiH Jensen, rond overseer ilH trli't No II, approved y the hoard. Clerk H ordered to strike the per-oniil tin for the year WW, of 10 A Hulloek, wroiiKlully ns.scsHed. Clerk Is ordered to correct the tn list on lot. Ill tl It 112. OovliiKton, mild lot iM'Hitf -seined with H luillilliiK. i,ot to bo licensed at Maine viilue tin ttdJolnliiK lots. Clerk ordered to write the following war rants on the vlllntre of Homer: (1 .1 l.enika I ! (' ( W Mc Heath If Unvld cliipp Kim Frank Church 2 J K Sides, on vlllaxeof lUikota t'it.v . . . . 1 in Clerk Is ordered to w rite wiirriint for 11 on the general fund. In favor of UeoiKe Crr, for the farmer Institute, Koud and...

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. — 23 December 1910

THE CENSUS OF CANADA t csoy;th in ten years PAST. A oensma or tlio Dominion of Canada ill bs-mado (hiring 1911. It will show t&al during the past decndo a Temarkablu lcvi'Iopnirnt has token place, kiwi. hcn compared wfth tbe population, a greater percentage of In crease to fmhiKtrfcs of all kinds than bail ever tin nhown by any country. ComiMrrp, mining, agriculture and railway baw mode a stoacly march onward. The population will be con siderably owr 8,000,000. Thounanda ot tnllos ot raHway lines have been construction filiioe the last census waa takea ten years oro. Thla construc tion waa dude neccBsary by the open ing op of fe new agricultural dis tricts la Western Canada, In which thnr batt bcon pouring year after year an Increasing number of settler. ntll ths rrr-m-nt year will witness settlement, of over 300,000, or a trifls less Lhaj one third of the Immigration to that Unit 4 States during the same period wULh Its 92,000,000 of popula tion. Even with these hundreds of tho...

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. — 23 December 1910

.1 ....,1.1.1 111 . 1. 1 ,,, .... - I -"" "" n im I..1IH m ., I . , . t . Constipation (Vanishes Forever f rompr IichcN-l ermaneat tor I nrw .RTEU'S LITTLE UVER PILLS never fail. Purely vczet- tka liver. StOD altrf dinner Jpf & diotrest fy r.urr. inrl i a Satioa improve the complmion brighter eyea. Small Pul, Small Do, Small Pro Gencine muttbui Signature Cut Flowers For All Occasions Wholesale and Retail f. R. Elder, Sioux City, Iowa flDQ I 3 TVt C NAME OF" THE BEST MCDICIMC for COUGHS G COLDS CLAIMS TO BE SQUARE MAN Big Man With Good -Natured Face Submits Reasons Why Built Tnt Way. "I don't w:mt tc Wow my own horn," Bald the big man with the good iiatured face, "but I think I come un der the heart of Bnunro mon." "Did you find a lost purse and re store it to some millionaire?" was asked. "A Iittlo bettor than that. I think. Ten days bi.'foro tho state election a man came to me and asked: "'John, how do you think things are going to go?' " 'All my way,' I replied. '"Will It be a...

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. — 23 December 1910

GOOD ELECTRIC LAMP REACH mmrnm t, . - . , , , - - . . . - M. , . . -- i-- - . -. -. . ... Heir News of tlterdau iwoeld llgj Cardinal Who Surprised Clerk . Merry del Vl, When Buying an American Typewriter, Tested the Machlnee by Writing Sentence In Many Language. No man of the cloth baa lately been nor In the public eye than Cardinal Merry del Val, first on account of the prominent part he played In the aerie of IncMenta that kept Colonel Roose velt from being received by the pope, and, mora recently, on account of hia prominence In the quarrel between Spain and the Roman Catholic church. "What manner of man Is the car dinai?" Is a question that Is now com monly asked. A hitherto unpublished Incident, which occurred when the cardinal was In this country about a decade ago, may serve to answer the query, In part at least. It la told on the authority of Rer. Father Connolly, who waa for some years secretary to the late Archbishop Corrlgnn of New York and Bahamas, and who was thrown muc...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 December 1910

DAKOTA COUNTY MERALDo MOTTO All Tbe News TThca It Is News. Sjale Historical Society VOLUME 19 DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1910. NUMBER 17 ENGINEERS EFll WAGE DI8PUTE WITH RAILROAD MANAGERS IS N EARING CRISIS. BREAK IN TRUCE PROBABLE While Only Trifling Percentage In Pay Schedule Separates Parties, Other Matters of Grave Import Pre vent Arbitration. Chicago. The wage controversy between managers of 61 western, northern and southern railroads and their locomotive engineers has reached a critical stage and it was admitted Friday that it would cause no great surprise if negotiations were abruptly broken off and a strike called. None of the parties to the contro versythe board of railway mana gers, Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the brotherhood, or Mediator Charles B. Neill would say anything touch ing on the situation. Elsewhere it was learned, however, thnt despite the fact that only a trifling percentage of the present wage schedule separated them, each side saw in the ef...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 December 1910

DAKOTA CITY HKKAUl DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, . Publisher. GMA jUTCH MAY .h,Li-i i.mUK" W0LGASY ...:f M0RAN TRAINING THE BOYS TO BE LEGISLATORS rmtr mnwii rj.n ret runs t ' " ' f! HEALTH AND LUeiii U.:Z.. "All men think nil men tnortnl hi! themmdves," yet nil nun are con Btantly seeking tho Fourres of health and means of prolonging tin Ir Uwm and nothing Interests the average man more thnti to read the statement of persons who have attained great ages, and their version of the means which enabled them to prolong their lives. We have many of tkc.c Moltke, when naked In his ninetieth year how he had maintained his health and activity, answered: "By great moderation In all things, and by regular outdoor cxtrch-e." Crlspl paid tVat "regularity and abstinence n Ti the fecrets of long life.' Sydney ('ooper also believed In regularity. Le gouve attributed his long life to regu lar exerclHe, says the Washington Herald. An Arnerlean nonagenarian, Hon. N'eal Dow. of Maine, laid Btress on...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 December 1910

HE custom of celebrating the- New Year by 1 aving behind. In theory p.t least, oiie'a pet pernicious habit or besetting sin, may be hack neyed, but It certainly Is not en tirely relegated to tho limbo of things forgotten or outworn. Some time New Year's day, when a quiet moment In the day's swirl offers time for thourht. there will bo a hasty taking stock of the year that lr, pine, a recounting of errors and failures, a silent prom ise that this or that will not occur attain. And what does It all amount to, after all, this old cuHtom of revamping threadbare resjlvtions or selecting new one's? The cynic will smile and isay that it is all a waste of rff .it, a fia.'.i in the ,pan, a half-hearted sloping over of mistakes by wordy and none too sincrr rrcmlsc-s of reform. ;The humorist will have his little fling in cartoon and witty quip and Jast. He will gargle with the sardonio glee of Robin Gocdfellcw over the folly of mortals and find in every resolve new subject for laughter. From t...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 December 1910

Dakota County Herald IOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER BaWiption Price. $1.00 Per Year. A. weekly newspaper publiHhed at UkkoU City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paperth rough the mam a second-class mutter. Telephone No. 43. ! noma ui inicicoi j from our Exchanges Ponoa Leader: Mr and Mm William Berry went to Coburn yesterday for visit at the Oarnell home' Pender Republic: Charley Pounds waa down from Hubbard the first of the week to visit home folks. Wayne Democrat: Atty Fred Berry was a passenger to St Louis Saturday . t . , . to argue a mauer Deiore me court ui appeals. Salii items in Hloan, Iowa, Star: Mr and Mrs S 1) Cone have returned home from a visit with relatives in Nebraska . Pender Times: The famed Con wny Keefe-Beversou-Ueo Lieb jr law suit was on trial yesterday before Judge Welch of Wayne, at Pender. Among the attorneys present were T J Mulio ney of Omaha and Judge 11 E Evans of Dakota City. Walthill Times. E J Smith of Homer, was in town ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 December 1910

if I 'u00n -a 'H3V3M "M 1H FPV 0 PH eeeirt ) tnetanit tqi aaerc&iaeaa sHiva jtA Jsuw JnjM pee tef tnajd ra e peeeoa'i tSujds eui$-oidn$ unjjcjiucs u09U" BUCK BEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL OFFER: Made to kalis New Baalaraa. A trial Will make you our permanent cuilomer. Prize Collection sM! !' it- 11 tbe ftnairt Taraia, T tplentLd : Oaiaa, a beat Tarle- t r - ii it HNi 1J I IMI 1 tHWM. n 1 1 1 i ueei iwepnvaowri ' v. Ta.neue in au. ' I UAKANTEKD TO PLKA8B. Write to-day; Mention thin Paper. A SEND 10 CENTS V teeoaar eotwn paeilntua mm tale Talaakle i collection of Herd aoatnald, tofatbar with m bit 1 1 InatraetlT. Heantlrul Hmd and Plant Hook, 1 (aaiaaja"" -ww. m oa oi ommna, riaDU, aie. j 1 cMna EXPERIENCE 1 ' ' i Tradk Mark. iv & t . Designs 'VM Copyrights Ac. Anrona ei1ing a akef rh and description quirk ly aareriRin our opinion freewtiHhpr u Invention ts prohnhly patent nhtn. Communlm lions strictly ftutirtttentlfil. HANDBOOK on I'atenu tent frn. (iMflr t fluency fur SHcurm...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 December 1910

a:; spring water, Mil 1 F'.roll. Tlio .(pity know the , rs city topers I- ir. V.'" arc now . . .. ? t- ,-r--Tn- r""1 ""!"r,"r."!f,J '.. 1 L".r.l""''.!"i ' of the earth i, fcCZH ,,,,,, ,j. ! a S2 S.Jr ryTV-l-i MJf I ': tl: b v l-r akfii-.t I'll Jv ff )L ift Ytl'TL Jl U if "' r' ''' '"' Ml s !v':l"n h;iV' Ardmore Was Scrutinizing the Jug Critically orKl ITTl"FrS r. i t j r i.ca 1 1 ir, mz mm MM QtyrmcMr iva er nf nxiM MinWii. co0iwr 8YN0PSI3. Thomiis Anlmnrp and llinry Mnlrio Orlawold Btlunhlc upon IiiIiIkuc when Urn tfovcrnorn of Nurtli and Kuutli '.nn!'tia 1 .r rcpoitcd to have imri'cli'd. iris Wfild. allli'H lilmii lf with l!.ir li:;rii : borni duifhtfr of tlic ftovi'rnor of timitii Carolina, while Arilnioic ipniisi'H the cuiiHH of Jerry I hhikh Held. cl.iiiKht' r of tho Kovcrnor of North ('arolliiH. TIicmh two yomiK lndh'H mn trylnir to fill t he HhOCB "of Itll'lr flit III I'H. Wlllll' till' IllttlT am irilnsliiK. Hoth utiiti'M nri' In a tur moil over one Appli'wcli;lit. an outlaw...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 December 1910

'..'J! LIB BROKEN LIMBS ALSO. WAS TOO PUBLIC FOR HIM Thinks He died ot a broken heart TVlnks Love? Thinks No, dynnmlie. HIRAM CARPENTER'S WONDER FUL CURE OF PSORIASIS. "I have been afflicted for twent) Tears with an obstinate skin disease, called by some M. D.'s. psoriasis, and others leprosy, commencing on my scalp; and In spite of all I could do, with the help of the most skilful doc tors, It slowly but surely extended un til a year ago this winter It covered my entire person In the form of dry scales. For the last three years I have been unable to do any labor, and ajaaifferlng Intensely all the time. Every morning there would bo nearly a dust panful of scales taken from the sheet on my bod, some of them half as large as the envelope containing this letter. In the latter part of winter my skin commenced cracking open. I tried everything, almost, that could bo thought of, without any relief. The 12th of June I started West, In hopes I could reach the Hot Springs. I reached Detroit...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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