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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 December 1910

MEASURE HEIGHT OF FLIGHT tvx 0 Famous Quarrel Explained . Hitherto Unpublished Version of the Real Cause of Thomas C. Piatt's Resignation From the 8enate Given by E. J. Edwards. In a recent number of a popular nagazlne the late Thomas C. Piatt tells. In his autobiography, hla ver- Ion of the situation that lpd hliu and Rosooe Conkllng to resign from the United States senate a few weeks after President Garfield bad sent to that body the nomination of Judire William H. Robertson an collector of the port 01 New York. In one place the sena tor says that when he learned that the inan who bad been Instrumental In defeating the Grant movement for inird-term nomination had been fa red of the .president without the knowledge and approval of the New York senators, who had fought for Grant's nomination, He, Piatt, walked ow to Conkllng and exclaimed: "I hall send my resignation to Governor Cornell tonight" Then the two went Into conference, Conkllng Insisting that we should wait and fight It o...

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. — 30 December 1910

S9k -ss) MEASURE HEIGHT OF FLIGHT itw Ntum ' of 1 Famous Quarrel Explained Hitherto Unpublished Version of the Real Cause of Thomae C. Platt'e Resignation From the Senate Given by E. J. Edwards. In a recent number of a popular nagazlne the late Thomas C. Piatt tells, In his autobiography, his ver sion of the situation that led hlra and Rosooe Conkllng to resign from the United States senate a few weeks after President Garfield had sent to that body the nomination of Judge William H. Robertson as collector of the port Of New York. In one place the sena tor says that when he learned that the tnan who bad been Instrumental In defeating the Grant movement for a third-term nomination had been fa vored of the .president without the knowledge and approval of the New York senators, who had fought for Grant's nomination, He, Piatt, walked over to Conkllng and exclaimed: "I hall send my resignation to Governor Cornell tonight" Then the t wo went Into conference, Conkllng Insisting that we sho...

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. — 6 January 1911

T p 1 1 let t " . i ii '""'n-'ii oocjciy GOBNTY HERA MOTTO AH TIjo Notts VThcn It Is Kens. VOLUME 19 DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1911. NUMBER 18 IF -10)! L : : f i 10 FLYERS KILLED AVIATOR LAFFON AMD A PA8SEN QER DiE IN MAKING FLIGHT AT I8SY, FRANCE. DROP OF 250 FZET 13 FATAL Victims Are Found Lifeless In Mm of Wreckage of Aeroplane Aftei Accident to Craft in Midair Thou sands See Crash. Paris. Aviat or La (Ion and M. Paula, were killed Wednesday when their passenger-carrying monoplane fell from a height of 230 feet soon after they had started from Issy ou trip to Brussels and return. This Is the first serious disaster to a passenger-carrying aeroplane In the history of aviation. LafTon had set out to win the $30, 000 prize offered by the Automobile club cf France for a round trip to the Belgian capital within 36 hours. Laffon and Paula set out shortly aft er dawn and a We crowd cheered them as tho propellers began to bum aVd the great aeroplane arose. Laffon sent tho tnac...

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. — 6 January 1911

- r V S 1A CITY HERALD r- "u.OTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. Rt-Am. ruDtisner. There Is Fti'l a place for the horse In tins auio-n: nig ago. Progressive farmers arc. now plow Inn by sasoling. thus having more friiy to sell 'ill tho International school ol j)ii'o organize ;i football team and go out after the i-li,itiiilo;n!i!i? A Wins' ed (Conn.) farmer lias tmlueJ b rooster to ride a bicycle. This lfl ro'r.-thlng to crow about. A Swiss docto- a.i;, a that drunUnrds lire longer than total r U.lners. Still, even tl lii lii no excuse for being one It If planned to n.iU r,i the hoboes. Excellent. And thin -tr: th n from working other p ;,! s r tn: mti hours. Montenegro hi a k ; r r. ' -' ' i tic,v In stead of a in": " p) ineii.clity over in Montenegro the:-" wo people ii i i bly who think we cine. The man who Inl ruiucod movim; pictures into thin country is dead, b'lt whether ,he died i omnn'oful or unre pentant the dispat ( lies do not say. That Now York protofsor who de clares college) women ...

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. — 6 January 1911

(il l i 3B Wfc ..... 1 H & . :f Insanity Alcohol Easily Holds Place at Top Can Iy I)K. II. II. COWLEY 1 J t, 5 i rr "TFONDUnAS, In the liRlit of recent le- velonineols, la (ilnylng tho name game as did Nicaragua, and it la expected here that the firm hand of tho United States will be felt In north Central American republic. Too many American interests are at stake to let the threats of Spanish rulers go unheeded, say Managua officials. One by one as these troubles arise throughout Central America it Is the Intention of Presi dent Taft and his subordinates to force a lasting peace. It hasn't been Ions since 1'nlted States Minister Merry was cIiqblvI through the streets of Managua by tho Roldiera of President Zelaya, but conditions in these three years have wonderfully changed. Perhais no man saw farther into the future of these Latin-American Republics than did Minister Merrv. A sea captain on a Faclfic Mail liner, he became a stu dent of the native and bis country. He probably I...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 January 1911

Dakota County Herald lOHN II. KKAM, TUPLISHUR Snrmcription Price. $1.(K) Per Year. pnlilislipil at A weekly iiPwupHimr Dakota City, Nelirimka. rermisHion Iihh been urnntcJ for the tranmni-iRion of thin paper tlironh the rriKim ao ni'conl-clHna matter Telephone No. 43. ex 4oom irjtcm !k :. - 8 J Items of I nterest from our Exchanges t S 00I 40 3tt WWM 40MI 0jj j'j '' Allen Items in Fotiea Lender: garet Nordjkp njient Ulirmtniaa tlie liorue folks. Mar-with Cupid lias acnre.i ipnin. In tpite of oppoRltlon of the girl a pnrilit!", a ro mance, hegnn when tho two were K'hod eliil.trt n ut Mapleton. In, reunit ed in the neeret. iniuriHgn Decemher 12, at SiMcy, la, of Civ do Iteachler, a young btiHinet-s man of Miiplilon, and Mihs Clara Duxclicl, a popnlnr "eceil'' of M(irningnido colleen. The marriage Jiecame known Monlay when Mrs Iteachler wan called on to explain her refusal to return to her studies Mr l.eaehler has worked in Hionx City at various timet for tho International Harvester 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. — 6 January 1911

I 4 J s 1 V: . Z7 I IMINi P6W0EB li jjf' i ll ( MAKZS THE PERFECT I A h lift M foTTOr7f raw M 1 "lltUs Mi MAXES THE Also Rolls Crusts Send for Royal Cook Book f t". .s, Tuy a good farm on the Dakota county bottom. I Lave it. Eimers. Lincoln Sanitarium , Suipho-Salins Springs ifocatod on our own pramiifei ud Ba& . in tb 9 Natural Mineral Water nff BATHS K Unanrpausad In tha treatment of Rheumatism art, Stomach. Kidntr and Lira uiseaaea MdctaU Charge!. AMtfn 4.W. EVERETT, Mgr.. Lincoln, Reb. SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE track IV.ARKP Designs - r r ai con;- -.-..(Hnp n f':rirh and f.ascrinf;n ma quickly i'-'''T' i in iriir u nton i'ro wh.'thrr nr. ilivt'iii n ir'. t f;-l v p:i;"'ul !h ( 'Mum unicfi. ;i..iism.'tU r' nii;.-ri:i,il. H'Wt?3W. on I'lUiuo fci'ii frc. i: i".-mi'v u i si-ci (latwiM. t';it"iits t u ici'n thrnui'i. ?.lntn & Co. receive th'nul H'jfr w t n:u'. cnit.m, ia ttio r i.it p-ti:-' i' .' 'owrnM. Hi by a, 5 Subscription Bargains Tshs Ilci-.-Ici 8k.nci New Idea jMngnziae $1...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 January 1911

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 January 1911

You Sick 'or Aifirt nood'8 8arsaPa- VI i.tlll-,. rilla ha genulnt curative powers, peculiarly adapted to restore hcnlth and strength In Just uoh a condition ns you are up ncainst. It hps loon doing this for more than a third of a century. Its legions of benefited frlrnlg telling of health re stored, su fieri r.c3 ended, are found everywhere. Give It a chance to help you out by petting a bottle today The Vreichedne of Constipation Can qu!.!t!y Li cfteome b7 CARTFR'S LITTLE LIVLLi 11 L 1.3. yg '?.? Purely vrr,lR!,I0 AffSA tara-v. -. S . I art SLfi-ly lc grntly on t.':o liver. Cure y Cliou.-r.c:i, v . HrJ. , a-he, ( - y He a:: j I';'l.y.. Small l ::i, 5: V IVER .cb. ihey do their duty. Ktil Hcis, Small Prico. , auta Si;Tiiatur9 . - ' .. r A. .7 ivn J GOT THE BEST OF THE ELDER Apt Quotation of Brer Reuben Saved His Mule ar.d at the Same Time Rebuked Gin. Elder Harris was making another attempt to induce one of the members of his flock to trade horses with hkn. "Dat pony o' your'n, I3rer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 January 1911

TEMPERED COPPER PUZZLES Pi Famous Expose Was Made L X Edwards Tells of Senator Dor- wy'i Confession of the Way In Which He Captured Indiana for Republicans In 1880. On of the famous political expos of yesterday was that In which Ste phen W. Dorsey, United States sena tor from Arkansas during the recon struction period, told how, ns secre tary of the Republican national com mittee In 1S80, he had collected and used $200,000 in new two-dollar bills for the purpose of Influencing the state of Indiana to return a safe ma- Jorlty for the Republican presidential ticket of that year. Now, for the first HJnie, Is told In print how Senator tDoraey came to make the confession which created such intense excite ment throughout the country in the summer of 1883. Early In Garfield's administration rt.be so-called Etar Route frauds were brought to light, and In connection with them Senator Dorsey was In- dieted for conspiracy. At the first trial the Jury failed to roach a deci sion, but upon a sec...

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. — 13 January 1911

NTY MOTTO AH Tho News When It Is Notts. VOLUME 10 DAKOTA CITY, NKH., FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911. XUMIIKK 19 HERALD u a i nil UMHER IH DEFENSE; DECLARES HE IS NOT GUILTY, AS COLLEAGUES ATTACK HIS RIGHT TO SEAT. BEVERIDGE IN OPPOSITION Indiana 8enator Hand Up a Minority Raport Election la Void, Say Owin of Oklahoma In Revolution Beforo United States Sonata. Washington. Senators Owen and Beverldge clashed when the Lorinrei case was opened In the senate Monday although both were seeking to bring about the same result, but from a dif ferent method. Senator Beverldge, by virtue of be ing a member of the committee on privileges and elections which Investi gated charges of bribery against Mr. Ixirlmer, gained a tactical victory bj filing a minority report attacking the position of his colleagues on the com mittee who voted to exonerate the Illi nois senator. Senator Owen, however, Introduced a resolution to declare the election of Senator Lorlmer to have been Illegal and void, but he was not ...

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. — 13 January 1911

Hope That You Hav Not Clven Tommy Any He is Likely to Fail." Byr MEREDITH NICnOI?S0P i-tv in , w u I'll irl ht ivo3 er rrtf e.:w m mill. coWKtiY fOPrfiicir yes SYNOPSIS. Tliotrinn Anlmnre hihI Henry M-iIih-Grlnwold Ht ii n i tlc iipim Intrigue wIhmi the Rovernnr of Nur'n inul Seutli ( 'iirnlmsi are reported In Imvr nuiii r.lcd Uiim wnld uIIIi h liiinmir wllli Hnrhnra " tiorne. ilniiftrhtc r of 11'' Kuvcrnur nf Smith Carolina, llfl Ardmol'l- I KpiillwS til" name nf Jirry I in nn- rfli-lrl. ln u kIi l-r of the. KnvtTTKir of North 'iirnlina. Tliem two young Indies (ire IryliiK to fill I lie shoes of lliilr fathers, while the latter art" mission. Hnth Ktntcn lire t n a tur moil over one ApplewctKht, an outliiw with (Trent pnMtlcni Intlu.-nce. t'tmw.iie of enrh other's position, hoth lirlswolil nil Artltnore set out to make the other firosrriito ApplcwelKht. Viiliiiilih' papers n tin' Aimlowi lirht rase iiro mlHHlnis from the oirlrc of (lov. (iHlKirmt ntnl (Irlxwolit plnrrK the flicft Ht...

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. — 13 January 1911

FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN VTomn Fn(Trrlnff from nny form ox Lliii'ss urn iiivi1 i to troiii'iHy com muiiicato wild Mrs.rinki.nn at Lynn, M.iss. AH lctU'rsaro received opened, read and answered ly women. A wo man can freely talk 1 of her private ill- nesa to a woman; I thus lias been es tablished this coil fiileiu'fl listwepn Airs, l'inkham and the women of America which lias never been broken. k.A K PittKNTM X'nvni1 )m a elm -.iK lished a testimonial or used a letter without the written consent of the writer, and never has the Company allowed these confidential letters to ret out of their possession, as the hundreds of thousands of them In their liles will attest. Out of the vast volume of experience which Mrs. l'inkham has to draw from, it is nioro than possible that sho lias rained the very knowledge needed in your ease. Sho asks nothing in re turn except your pood will, and her advice has helped thousands. Surely nny woman, rich or poor, nhould bo plad to tuko advantage of this gener ...

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. — 13 January 1911

Dakota County Herald JOHN H. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of thispaperthrough the mans as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Official Paper of Dakota County Items of Interest from our Exchanges Pender Times : Mr and Mrs Charlie Pounds of near Jackson are Tibiting Pender relatives. Pender Repnblio: John F Meyers was down from Bionx City last Hatar day looking after the sick folks. Bonth Creek Items in Ponoa Journal Myrtle an-l Amies Harnov expect to leave this week for school at Jackson Uartiugton News. Miss Bortha Qrevo arrived Saturday from Dakota Citv for a viit with friends at this place. Balix items in Bloan, la. Btar: Mrs Fred Anderson of Jacknon, Neb, vihited her aunt. Miss Lena Chrintousou, here during the holidays. Winnebsgo Cliieftain : Miss Hilda Turner and Clara McEntafferof Em erson were guests this week at the home of Mr and Mrs Bol Smith, W...

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. — 13 January 1911

1 r m y MR. AND MRS. CIIAS. T. BARTO. This estimable old couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at their home in Wakefield January 4. 1911. An account of the happy event, taken from the Wakefield Rcpub lican, follows. 50th Mr. WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. and Mrs. Chas. T. Barto Cele brate Oolden Wedding. From the Wakefield Republican. Notwithstanding the unfavorable weather conditions, a merry crowd gathered at the home of Mr and Mr? 0 T Barto Tuesday evening to assist them in properly celebrating their fiftieth wedding anniversary. As many of the children, relatives and old time friends as could were on hand to see that the program was properly carried out. Among those out of town were Mr and Mrs II A (Jassler, Carroll; Mr and Mrs R Chinn, Allen; Mr and Mrs A E Barto, Wayne oouDty ; Mrs John Richards,' Allen; Mr and Mrs D H Ha ger, Dakota City; W H Mason, Bioux Among the gifts of gold was thirty-five dollars, a valuable chain for Mrs Bar to a ad a watch chain and fob for Mr Bart...

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. — 13 January 1911

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. AEROPLANES FOR BATTLESHIPS. An nproplano costs J.'.nnn. An ar mored cruiser cost I'.onri.nno Th best of our armored cnitsi is, the Ten msees and the Montnmis, hnv c n rendered ob.-oleto tiy the Inflexible and the Von i!er Tiinn. Nor nre wo building new cti"S to BUtvccd them. Therefore the tto:o'l;me, as nn Adjunct to the battleship, l;"ccni"s a matter of Interest, lo'h taeically and econom ically. The coming attempt of an aerop'ane to f!y from the deck of an ocean s'ean cr back to New York nor bor Is a matter of prime moment. Though the federal government has rescinded the order detal Ipr torpedo boats to assist In the experiment, the navy department wlh keep official watch on It. The result of this experi ment may dett rinlne whether the naval authorities will equip the next new battleship with an aeroplane and tho necessary fael'.lil -s for making a flight from tho kIiip'h dick while at sea. The advent 01 the battleship...

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. — 13 January 1911

r V ' r ! I r A V raids in sail losano Hy O. (Copyrlulit, by HE west bound stopped at San Uosarlo on at 8:20 a. m. A man with a thick black leather wallet under his arm left the train and walked rupldly up the main street ot the town. Tin re were other passengers who also got off at San Hosarlo, but they lther slouched limberly over to the railroad eating house or the Silver Dollar saloon, or Joined the groups of idlers about the station. Indecision had no part In the move ments of the man with the wallet, was short In stature, but strong built, with very light, closely trimmed hair, smooth, determined face, and aggressive, gold rimmed nose g uts. He was well dressed In the pre willing astern style. His air denoted a quiet but conscious reserve force, If not actual authority. After walking a dirtance jf three squares he came to the center of the town's business area. Here another street of Importance crossed the main one, forming the hub of San Rosario'8 life and commerce. Upon one ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 13 January 1911

ODD FACTS OF NORTH POLE! IP Of News Little Grand Opera Romance Col. Mapleson's Story of Hit Son's Elopement With Premiere Dan seuse Explain Why the Im presario Kissed Girl. Pattl, Oerster. Campanlnl. Del Puen te. Albanl, Nordlca, Minnie Hauck these were a lew or the great operatic ringers tbat were Introduced to the American public by the most lamous Impresario of his day. the late Col. I. business, had fallen a victim to the charms of the beautiful Italian and Mile. Cavalazzl returned his affection. "I was as blind as tne traditional bat to the situation. The first Inkling I had of It was the newspaper an nouncement that my son had eloped with the fascinating dancer. It really wasn't much of an elopement they ferried across the river to Hoboken one afternoon and were married. I J. H. Mapleson. who brought Italian ! could scarcely credit the amazing opera to New York In 1S77 and for a number of yearB thereafter was the chief figure In the production of grund opera In the new world. ...

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. — 20 January 1911

DAKOTA COUNTY MERALDo MOTTO All The News When It Is News. Statf Historical Society VOLUME 19 DAKOTA CITY, NKB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911. NUMBER 20 OUSTADMIRAL BARRY OFFICER ASSERTS HE RETIRES I TO AVOID SCANDAL DENIES HE 16 FORCED TO QUIT. HIS CHARACTER IS ASSAILED house In passing the pension bill Suggested a Loadsd Revolver Be addln 145.000.000 to the roll. ha. Sent to HI. Cabin a. Way Out ef rouod tthe fur' of the ot , ,..., the senate. Difficulty - President T.ft Ap- Th,g M ,ncreInf lhe prove. Application. .amount of pension, paid under the old age pension law, the Increase, being San Francisco. Rear Admiral Ed- so great that the bill a. sent to the ward B. Barry was on Monday re-' senate carries a new appropriation for llered a. commander In chief ef the 'an amount In excess of all that ha. Pacific fleet. In pursuance of orders ' been saved through careful manlpula recelred from the navy department at jtlon and obedience to the demand, of Washington, by Rear Admiral Chaun- the...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1911

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. in i i i i i i BOYS AND THE FARM. Tbe department of agriculture Is fcrrovlng Hb value constantly In mnny ways, but In none more definitely and clearly than In the encouragement of American youth to adopt the cultiva tion of the soil as a career, it Is Vitally essential that the children of termers should themselves till the land their fathers and their grand fathers have tilled, Bays the Washing ton Star. They aro potentially the best farmers. If tliey move to the city to learn trades or to enb-r the professions or to diirt Inefficiently through llfo, somebody must take their places to grow the crops essen tial to the feeding of the people. A dangerous tendency exists toward the elimination of the small farmer and the substitution of the syndicate, or the large Individual holder of land. This destroys competition at the source of the necessities of life. It tends unmistakably to higher prices fluid to the Increase In the ...

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