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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 20 January 1911

V v SQUIRRELS RANG TELEPHONE The next day a man appeared from the telephone office. "I have come to see whnt makes your telephone bell ring moat of the time," ho remarked. But none of tho family could en lighten him, and he saw nothing about ft which was out of order. The next day he came again, took the telephone entirely to pieces, ex amined the full length of the wire. Still, he could find nothing amiss, and still at the central office the little flame kept burning In the niche dedi cated to this particular family. This indicated that their bell was ringing. At last ft oncnnrrJ to tit nwttorl tlrs to examine a little box, of about the sire of an ordinary suit crso, which was nal'ed up against a largo tree close) by the house. In this box several telephono wires converged. It was a sort of neigh borhood switchboard. What was the surprise of the tele phone men to find this box nearly filled with nuts. They took out three reach baskets full, each one holding at least two quarts. Rio...

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. — 20 January 1911

Dakota County Herald OHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER BaUcription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at 'Dakota CilT. Nelr.ka. rormiBion ban been granted for the transmission of tins paper through the mu aa second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Official Paper of Dakota County . m . . plrnsure of chatting with th se good people. . . .Jay McEntHfier wns down from Homer one diiy Inst week, look- ' . mg np a btininess locution. Wn wonlil like Tery much to ane Mr nicLutmier and wife move to Winnebago, lie is on the right track to a fortune. Home oue ia anre to bnild that big bote' hero, Mc, no yon might as well be the lucky fellow as any one else. Its a go onripr or later, the onlT Question is into whose pockets will the profits go t Items of Interest from our Exchanges I Emerson Enterprise: A baby girl liorn to Mr and Mrs Chris Chris VpberRoo Thursday. TIartington News: Miss Bertha 1revA returned to her home at Dakota City Saturday morning. v Pender Times: Mrs L L Ream wont to ...

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. — 20 January 1911

1 1 ' T- - --j.. r- mr ,-r1rrt)m Mr,w ,,)IM(W h,,, M MLil Lincoln Sanitarium fiilllitsfe Sulpho-Sallne Springs Located o our m pramlM ad mw4 tatbs Natural Mineral WaUr BATHS T7anrpss4 la tb treatment af Rheumatism art, Stoasaob. Kldnsy aa4 Liver btssass IUhiH Caargu. AMtta It I. W. EVERETT, Mr.. Lincoln, Isk. Local Items Friday, Jan. ao, xgti Every Woman, $25 SHOULD KARN PER WEEK Introducing our very complete Spring lino of beautiful wm)I siilUnus, wash fabrles.fiin--y walstlnirs, silks, hdkfs, petticoats, etc. Up to date New York City pattern. Finest Hue on tiie market. Dealing direct with the mills you will Unci our price low. If others can make 110 to t a week you ran also. Ham pies, full Instructions In neat sample case, shipped Jexpress prepaid. No money re quired. Kxcluglve territory. Write for particular. lie first to npplT. Standard Dress Goods Co. DeptOlO, HlnKhamton, N.Y. fa SEED.S rresn, Rtnabis. Purs BuirtnlMd to Plsais Errry Garflener anil Plsuter taoulil testllis eunar...

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. — 20 January 1911

; MEREDITH NICHDlSp JfJ! J III jB MEREDITH NICliO fOPTMCW SYNOPSIS. TIiotDVi Ar.Vnnre uml Honry Mulno Mrtuwf.ld Rtnm!- upon lntrluin whon tin" trvTnir nf North and Hmith ('iirollna mrt rrpnrtotl 1r h;iv qunrieleil. r1n-m-M Hllies hlmsi'lf with Itnrliiirn Oa liyn ijiiui;litHr of th irovprnnr ef S'nilh OmTimi. while Anlmnrf ppnoii.' tin rnuw of Jrrry I i.initiTllHrl. ilmmhler nf ! Rovrmor of North ('nrnllnn. These wo you-iK ntic art trying to 1111 tho h- of ,,.r frit her, while I Mr Intt.r nrn mtns'tiK. Doth utmpn r In ft tnr mn'l nyer otr Apphwelnht, an outlaw with crrnt polltliai Infliu-nrp. I'niiwnr" f ram otlier'n pnNlMnn, both iSrlnwold rul Anlmori n"t out to niiikn tlio other fr-fiitj Appli'Wi'lKht. Valuable p.ipers n th- App1.'oli;ht f lino lire iuIhhImk from ffftro of Iiv. ()Hhorii fiml GriowoM fvlncrx tho theft nt the iloor of tin' whfmlriif nttornny perioral. Anlmnre rhirtrT i riihoono nnd ntwrts for IIih Kir1T lo plnn tho nrroRt of Appl'-wolcht. Jrr meanwhile. In A Riimt t ...

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. — 20 January 1911

Are You Weak, All Run Down? This condition ia directly caused by bad blood. When the blood Is made rich and pure by Hood' Sariisnparilla, you Will feci strong and cheerful; it will put , i:r- - . . . . . . 1 I m iiiiu juur veins, new vigor into jour mutcles; give you a sharper appetite end good digestion; make you look better, sleep better and feel better; will make the hardest work lighter and tho darkest day brighter. Facts! Thousand confirm them. Get Itood'a today. Nothing Like Aem in the world. CASCARETS the. biggest seller why? Because it's the best medicine (or the liver and bowels. It's what they will do for you not what we say they will do that make CASCARETS famous. Millions use CASCARETS and it is all the medicine i thai they ever need to take. sm CASCAPKTft ioc a box for week's treatment, alt drug-irlita. in the world. Mjltloa t Bierest seller boxes a month. The greatest glory of a free-born people Is to transmit that freedom to their children. Harvard. Jpit.fs ruRFn iw t...

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. — 20 January 1911

m BUSINESS NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE 18 IN FULL WORKING ORDER. BOTH BRANCHES COMPLETE Houm Committee at Arranged by Conference Adopted. Legislative Matters in General. The Nebraska legislature I now tn full working order, with complete list or oiiioora and committees In each ranch. The finul act to complete or ganization came with the report of the house standing committees, which was adopted. Hut one objection was tfered to the report. That came from Representative Grossman of Douglas who resigned the chairmanship of the committee on corporations. A new chairman Tor this committee will be elected. Following are the commit tees as now constituted: Accounts nnd Kxpendlturvs - clhcr, hnlrm.m; Liver, Hcheclo, llallcv, Hroeht, Jlonehnm. Uihsi. Hinilli, Hardin, Filley, AnnrHH. AKriciilture Hnnoorn, chairman: Huk- e, iJoMlal, HurtulH, llaelk, Noi-drcn, Mast. Apportionment ReaKiin, c?halmian; Jlarnncton. rutin, (JroBusmnn. Fuller, Ircuher, W. Z. Taylor. Matrau, Fries, imrice, ItaxHctt. (jiiHtaf...

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. — 27 January 1911

MTY EDERAJLDo StntclHsloncai-J MOTTO All Tho News When It la News. VOLUME 10 DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911. NUMBER 21 OTA COU 10 HU ANDREW CARNEQIB QIVE3 $10,. 000,000 TO WASHINGTON RE SEARCH INSTITUTE. GIFTS TOTAL $25,000,000 Donor Announces That Through th Institution 60,000 Worlds Havs Been Discovered and New Process for Making of Cement Found. New York. The donation of an ad ditional endowment of $10,000,000 to the Carnegie Institution of Washing ton by Andrew Carnegie, the founder, was announced Friday. This latest contribution brings the total of Mr. Carnegie's gifts to the institution to $20,000,000, and will en able its directors to broaden greatly the scope of the work done under the general guidance and with the co-operation of the Institute. Coupled with the formal announce ment .was a declaration by Mr. Car negie that the work of the institution had cleared from blame the captain of a British ship who ran his vessel upon the rocks, by proving that the Briti...

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. — 27 January 1911

DAKOTA CITY HERALD DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. i i i i . i AMERICA AND IRRIGATION. ( Ours Is the foremost country In the Svorld In th reclamation of Its arid land. To the untrareled easterner extent ot the Irrigation of west torn lands under direct government su pervision li unknown. The work of Individual and corporate concerns raises the actual reclamation of arid land In the west to an enormous to lal acreage. Moat of this work has been accomplished within the past jdeoade, while each year the plans for Istlll further pushing the conquests of jartlBcial Irrigation are extended, says the Pittsburg Gazette-Times. That jibe prestige In this Important depart ment of home building belongs to the (United States is further demonstrated by a request recently submitted to the state department by the Austra lian government Australia has sev jeral wide extended areas of arid Band. The reclamation of much of jthls bas beon undertaken, but the first jdifflcnlty that confronted ...

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. — 27 January 1911

TEN , MILLION PEOPLE IN THE CANADIAN WEST BY 1920 "Toronto Star," Dec. 16th, 1910. Tho prediction In made that before 1920 Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Al berta and British Columbia will bave ten million people. It is made not by a Bangulno Western Journal but by that very sober business newspaper, the New York Commercfal. It Is based upon actual observation, upon the wheat-growing rapacity of the Ca nadian West, and upon the prospects of development following the build ing of railways. Tho writer shows how the position of leading wheat market of the world passed from Milwaukee to Minneapolis and tbence to Winnipeg. Canada's wheat-growing belt Is four times greater than that of the United States, and only five per cent of Canada's western agri cultural area Is under cultivation. There are 170,000,000 acres of wheat lands which will make those Western Provinces richer, more populous, more dependable for food supplies than the Western States can ever become. The center of food supremacy wi...

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. — 27 January 1911

Dakota County Herald JOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER Subucription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebranka. Fermimion has been granted for the transmission of this paper through tlie mani m second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Official Paper of Dakota County in ihe cnne of Louis Publishing Co, ho are charged with fraudulent nun of the mails in connection with the wo men's National Daily. . . .J W Burber. of Silver City, Iowa, brother of L 13 Surber, and J V Fhillips of Oakland, Jowa, brother of Mrs E li Surber, re turned to their homes WedLesday morning after visiting relatives here and at Homer, Wakefield and Crofton. Mr Surber last visited Nebraska thirty seven years ago. QirjN)t3irjKrj!oirj Items of Interest Fender Times: L L Ream and II II Campbell took several prizes at the Sioux City Poultry show. Martirmburg Items io Ponca Journal . Gny Anders m of Hubbard is visiting his brother, Art Anderson, near here. Dan Holland was Tuesday. lie and lames S...

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. — 27 January 1911

MMMi Lincoln Sanitarium Sulpha-Saline Springs LsoaUd oar owa wrsmlaM tad aa4 la the Natural Mineral WiUr BATHS tTararpMMd la tha tr atanant af Rheumatism art, aUoaaaah, Kldaay OlsaaiMS aal Llvar MWifiM Caargia. AUm R. I. W. EVERETT, mgr., Lincoln, M. Ever Woman. SHOULD EARN $25 PER WEEK Introducing our vt'y complete Spring line of beautiful wool suitings, wash fllllHCS, fan cy walstlngs, silks, hdkfs, petticoats, etc. Up to date New York City patterns. Finest line on the market. Dealing direct with the mills you will llnd our prices, low. If other can make tin to M a week vou can also. Sam ple, full Instruction in unit sample case, shipped express prepaid. No money re quired. Kxcluslve territory. Write for particular. He flrt to BpplY. (standard I 'res Goods Oo, lept Sno, llliiKhamtou, N.Y. CofttlMris. Cond fcnttrtaln tnenl.Active I'moI m H lit and I1U Hanrfa YhtMlft nrfl tlia f hinm u.-hirh 'will fnitka ft man of vnnr hnv. Vie Secure It is lively fnlerf st aid whole- tome derelopme...

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. — 27 January 1911

i it t s Garsaparilla Kradicates. scrofula and all other humors, cures all their, effects, makes the blood rich and abundant, strengthens all the vital organs. Take it. ft It tortny In umin.1 liquid form or chocolated tnblnl.1 called Sarsatabs. Sioux City Directory EXCELLENT BAR- GgPfO In rebuilt nurd t y p writers of nil makes. Writ for lint of twenty Sts special barg.ilus. ; B.F. Swanson Co., Sioux City, Iowa Establish 30 Years 0 0mB , i ? i i' in '1? ' r-L'if 1 i..- . a- .... FLORISTS Flo.-al emblem oocaslons. and cot flower for all SIOUX CITY, IOWA FIGHTING THE WHITE PLAGUE Educational Posters by the Thousand to Be Displayed All Over United States. During the next three months, the bill boards of the United States will display 20,000 educational posters on tuberculosis, according to an. an nouncement made by the National As sociation for tho Study and Preven tion of Tuberculosis. This will conclude the campaign be Eun a year ago, when' the National Bill Posters' uBsoeiaatlon don...

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. — 27 January 1911

NEGLECTED GOLD, GOT VERY WEAK A Cad Couch. Trlod Many Remedies. Restored by Peruna. Mrs. A. S. Rucker, R. F. D. 2, Brent wood, Tenru, writes: "I wish to tell you what P e r u n a haa done for me. I was vary I o k and to weak I could acaroely be up. I w a a alarmed at my condition. "I had a bad oough for tome time and I tried several cough medi cine a. but grew worse all the time. I knew If I did not get relief I would soon Mrs. A. 8. Ruoker. go Into consumption. Bo I decided to try Peruna. I had confidence in It be fore I took it and I found it was Juat the medicine I needed, for in a short time my cough ceased and my strength returned. "I have enjoyed better health since taking it than I had for several years previous. "When I see any one weak and run down, especially with a cough, I advise them to take Peruna." Ask Your Druggist tor a Free Peruna Almanac for 1911. SEVENTEEN CENTS A DAY Will buy you n, five acre truck farm In the nmoiii Pensnc-ula District of Florida. Invest bear 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. — 27 January 1911

New Neitra 1 Might Have Reached the Top Daniel Lament's 8tory of How Pred rlo P. Oleott Rejected Opport nlty That Later Made Qrover Cleveland President When Daniel 8. Lamont private sec retary to Governor Cleveland, private Moretary to Preeldent Cleveland, and ,ona of the latter'a secretaries of war, told me tbla anecdote he prefaced tt with the etatement: '1 want to tell you how a man you know might have been preeldent had he not deliberate ly and with hla eyea open chosen an other path. This man," pnraued Mr. Lamont then rlce-presldent of the Northern Pncifio railroad, "waa comptroller of the atate of New York from January 1. 1877, to November 4, 1879. Aa comptroller he gained great popular ity throughout the atate, and the high eat respect of business and financial men generally, because of the efficien cy and celerity with which he carried on the work of his department So brilliant, Indeed, were tbla man's serv ices as comptroller that a flattering offer waa made to him to go ba...

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. — 3 February 1911

0 DAKOTA COUMTY MERAJ M0TT0-A11 The News When It Is News. VOLUME 19 DAKOTA CITY, NER, FRIDAY, FEIU1UAIIY 3. 1911. XUMHEK 22 D t 100 MEXICAN BANDITS SEIZE MEXICALLI NEAR UNITED 8TATES BOUNDARY. FORCES LED BY AMERICAN Governor and Official Are Arretted, Jailer Killed, and Prisoner Given Their Freedom Commander of Band I California Socialist. Calexlco, Cal. The town of Mexl calll. In lower California, Mexico, Just across the California border, was cap tured early 8unday by a band of 100 armed revolutionists, led by a Cali fornia Socialist. ! Thej appeared at the house of Gov ernor Tefrazas, sub-prefect of this dis trict, and placed him under arrest. Proceeding In an orderly manner to the customs house, they demanded the surrender of the government's of ficials. Here the revolutionists met demurrers, but when a window was broken In and the chief of the cus toms corps was dragged out, they laid down their Winchesters and sur rendered. All federal officials were placed under guard as the ...

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. — 3 February 1911

FOR COUNTRY-WIDE MOVE Foei of Tuberculosis Have Plan Use Moat Powerful Weapon on Earth. to April 30 has been net aside this year "Tuberculosis Day," and will be ob served In 200,000 churches In the country In a manner similar to that of 'Tuberculosis Sunday" In 1910, when 40,000 sermons were preached on the prevention of tuberculosis. In the first official announcement of the occasion, made by the National Asso ciation for the Study ami PrevenJkm of Tuberculosis, the leaders of the movement state that they hope to en list all of the 33,000,000 church mem bers iu the country. In one respect Tuberculosis day will t'.f.fT fiom Tuberculosis Sunday of instead of requesting t'ie churches to hi'.', io the tmerculosls cause a special Sunday (,.-; Ice, the national association Is going to ask this year that meetings, at which the subject of tuberculosis and Its pre- rentlon can be discussed, be hold on Sunday, April 30, or on any other day near that date, either In the week preceding or the ...

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. — 3 February 1911

I I OfGSS. Good Taste Shines -m in Suitable FOBleiH Office Attire ny v,ROIMA KEITn Every Picture "Tells a Story 7 . mrM ur; 71.3 7 i ur yYon'lT be de-V fi'jjr lighted with the re- K J f y salt! of Calumet Baking A 3 Powder. No disappoints 'I ' 4 no flat, heavy, soggy biscuits, V j caka, or pastry. ft 1 Just the lightest, daintiest, most f i uniformly raised and most deli- 7 V cicus food you ever ate. V Reoelvsa' MkirtmnrirorW' Firm Fh Cikmiumi, VV chiMjo, ior. Jr PUS (D)1 T LE-B.EAT- M.EPIC1N E, kfor Coughs t CoudsI AIRY FAIRIES. "What becomes ol fill the smashed aeroplanes ?" "They sell them to the girls for bats, I guess." To Arrange Flowers. Here are five golden ru;es which should be observed by those who often arrange flowers. Use plenty of foliage. Put your flowers In very lightly. Use artistic glasses. Do not put more than two or, at the most, three different kinds of flowers In one decoration. Arrange your colors to form a bold contrast or, better still, a soft har mony. The ...

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. — 3 February 1911

Dakota County Herald lOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Price. $1.00 Fer Year. A weekly newspaper published at IJakota City. Xiebraaka. rerniiHMion haa been granted for tbe transmission of thin paprr through the maws m second-class matter. Telephone No. 48. Andrew 0 Nrnaar. bpUer kDown by the ptoplti in this vicinity aa "Merry Go Rrinnd waa f on nil in a cabin uear Teter Jenaon'a last we'k in a Tery pit ful condition. Ilia feet were frozen and he was otherwise in a preoarioua ondition. Tim county officers' were n it i lied of tbe titration and be was tii ken to the poor farm and in nndnr the care of Lr Maxwell of Dakota City. His feet were amputated yester day below the knees. This old fellow Official Pa tcr Of Dakota. County has been a familiar sight to the peo- 1 tl . TV.L.- f'.- TTl.l 1 I'lo til lioiuer. inviH vn ji iiuuiiu OMICW0H j0f Of 'tt J J I. - L I a W items oi i rueresi from our Exchanges 5 5 aOMt 0K OH : j 0WJ 0 & S Tender Times: Don Crinklaw an I wife of Herman e...

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. — 3 February 1911

r Lincoln Sanitarium .:TcijL ,uKiiim Sulpho-Saline Springs Leatd tor own rmlsa ami bm4 laths Natural Mineral WaUr BATHS CasarpsM4 la ths tratBsat of Rheumatism Haart. BtoaaasV KIAaay aa4 Llvar DlMUCt MWwstt Charf . A(UrM M. I. W. tVIRETT, Mgr.. Llsooln, 1st. Every Woman. SHOULD $25 PER WEEK EARN Introducing our very complete Hnrlnir line of lienutlftil wool mil tlnBH, wnsh fiilirlcn, fun cy wnixtliiK. sIIIch, li(lkfH,pcttic(m!4.ctc Vp to date New Yorlti'lty pattern. Finest line on the market. Denllnir direct with t tin mil In you will llml nur prices low. Mothers ran niiiko till to n week Toucan also. Nitin plcs, full liiHtrtictlon In nest Hiitnple case, shipped express prcpnld. Np monpT re q ulr.il. KxchiNlve territory. Write for particulars. He flrBt to apply. Htnnrinrd 1'reHH UooilsOo, Heptane, Hlnuhnni ton, N.Y. . Designs COPYRIGHTS Ac. An-onn a tkitr(, and description "in QtilottlT nwrn 4111 our fro wt!ftnr u mvnttn tt jtn.hiiy f itt'iiTiih u Ommiunti-a l.rirt Mrlctlv rnii.toii...

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. — 3 February 1911

IS Ik Mtlesfiip jMawafc and ler (Qr eat JOHN H. REAM, Publisher DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA FATAL ID 3. DOCS We expect most of the various rec ords to be broken this year. DAKOTA CITY II 1. 1! AM) RABBIT CHASE jst m mm In the present stage of aviation's development you never can tell. We gain a minute of daylight every day but the gas bills go on Just the name. la there no way to save the bird tnn from death except by clipping their wings? If Haytl and San Domingo go to war why not let them emulate tht Kilkenny cats? Some men give up at readily to masked bandits as they do to fake gold mine promoters. But Is shooting ducks from an aero plane true sportsmanship? Why not give the ducks a chance? Maybe some people prefer ragMme and organized cheering because It drowns the other kind of music. If those who Indulge In organized cheering do not enjoy It they think they do, wbl-h Is much the same Orvl!' Wright PHy9 ti,at aviation Is safer than autotnoblling. Undoubted ly so for the Innocent byst...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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