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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 3 February 1911

THE SCHOOLS OF , WESTERN CANADA In Some of the Cities and Town the School Buildings Cannot Accom modate the Increasing Num bers. One of the most Important factors In the building of a new country Is the attention that Is raid by the au thorities to the education of the rising generation. Fortunately for western Canada, the settlement of that new country began in such recent years that it was able to lay a foundation for this work, gained by the experi ence of older countries. In this way the very best Is the result. Through out the entire country are to be seen the most Improved style of architec ture In school buildings. The cities and towns vie with each other In the efforts to secure the best of accom modation and at the same time get architectural lines that would appeal. Sufficient to say that nowhere is there the greater attention paid to elemen tary and advanced education than in western Canada. A report just to band shows that, in Calgary, Alberta, there are eighty teachers ...

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. — 3 February 1911

55 Atuc ft lIT ra W ItrJ V . j . llli 1 1 111 if . 2?T H.E. TWINE IX$ MERICANS havo the reputation of be ing quick wilted and shrewd. As a matter of fact we are Barnumlzed bluffers, far more gullible and credu lous than any class of any nation. Right now, In nearly every moder ate-sized city of the United States we are falling In line and dropping gold Into the tills of organized fake auc tion stores and taking In exchange a misrepresented article. These bogus auction stores are nioro harmful to us as a nation than all the old time lotteries, policy games, mail-order fakes and circus grafts, including gold bricks and shell games, combined. They are not honest. They play "heads we win, tails you lose." Uncle Sam doesn't want to bring up his boys In the business; yet he countenances it, and over 530 of his cities i issue licenses regularly to the auctioneers of these fake companies, giving them the privi lege of swindling the public at a nominal fee. Any town with over 10,000 blind, n...

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. — 10 February 1911

OTA COUNTY State Historical Socio I MOTTO-All Tbo News When It Is News. VOL. 19. DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911. NO. 23. DAK WW REFERENDUM YET STATE SENATORS DISAGREE OVER THE MATTER. SHILES ID ALBERT DEBATE Soma Amendments Offered but No Action Taken by the Commitee of the Whole. With amendments from the demo cratic side and also from the republi can side, and with both pledged through their state platforms to pass an Initiative and referendum bill, the senate on Thursday took up S. F. No. 1, Senator Skilo's bill on that subject. The afternoon was taken up bj a dis cussion on the general provisions of the bill, but no expression of opinion was given In the form of a vote either on the bill or the proposed amend amendments. The committee of the whole, where the discussion occurred, listened to a speech by Sklles of But ler in support of the bill. The speech, contained argument Intended to meet the objections raised by some to the form of the measure. Albert of Co l...

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. — 10 February 1911

DAKOTA CITY IIKKAM) OWES HER Women Inventors Praised for Great Many Useful Articles OMN H. M. Pi r.r N C T R A C ' A . THE BOY AND THE GUN. Each season brings tt own sport or pastimes, game or fatf for the boye. The autumn and winter are the sea cons when many boys hunt or shoot a great deal, says the Omaha Bee. This should be the time, then, for tbe reit eration of that old warning about the "Id Id nt-know-ltwas load ed" accident Boys should be careful with their shooting Irons, and never fall to know Whether they are loaded or not. Two boys were out shooting a few days tigo and one, thinking his gun was sunpty, aimed It at the other and pulled the trigger. The other dropped Bead. "I didn't know It was loaded." walled the one who killed him, echo ing the wall of scores of others who bad at sometime been as criminally Negligent as himself. No boy or man fcas a right to aim a firearm at an iDther person, and when he does It, whether harm comes of It or cot, ha jshould be made to feel...

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. — 10 February 1911

Rfloney Wm$ xv.:,.' By O. (Uupjrrlght by AUibJm MaHn Co.) HEY will you. In Anchurla, that Presi dent Mirafloros of that Tolatlle republic died by his own hand In the coast town of Clbolo. That he had reached thus far In flight from the Inconveniences of an Imminent revnliitlnn and that a quarter of a million pesos, government funds, which he carried with him in an American leather Ta ll as a souvenir of his tempestuous administration, were never afterward found. For a real, a muchacho will show you his grave. It Is back of the town, neap a little bridge that span a man go swamp. A plain slab of undressed Pine stands at Its head. Some one has burned upon the head pleoe, with a hot iron, this Inscription: RAMON ANGEL DE LAS CRUZES T MIRAFLORES. PRESIDENTS DE LA REPUBLICA DE ANCHURLA. QUE SEA SU JUEZ, DIOS. An old half-breed Indian tends this (rare with fidelity, and the dawdling minuteness of Inherited sloth. To the guests, the people of Clbolo will relate the story of the tragi o dea...

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. — 10 February 1911

HAS HQ SUBSTITUTE t 1 (J Absolute! Pure TTro ofsy baking powdor matfo from Royal Crapo Cream of Tartar 111 ALU!.!,K0 LIME PHOSPHATE Dakota County Herald JOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER Htibacription 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 main as serond-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Official Paper of Dakota County Items of Interest from our Exchanges Newcastle; Times to Jackson Monday ursH. Joe (Jrjan weut afternoon on bnsi- Ponoa Journal : Mr Marvin Ar mour of Homer is a guest at the Cmw ley home this week. Pooca Leader: Messrs W J Ar dour and V F Fillin of Allen were J'ouca visitors Tuesday. Carroll Index : Miss MeEntaffer of Emerson, a sister of Mrs Holekamp made them a vit.it over Hunday. Pnnder Times; County Superinten dent Voss of Dakota eouDty nas in town Mouday accompanied by a Mr Turnbull, a druggist of Dakota City, who is seeking a new location , LyoDS Mirror: Eirl R...

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. — 10 February 1911

Grocery Specials Spanish Onions, per ft 7o Commission house cabbage, per lb. 4o Popcorn, per lb lUc Sweet pot a tot h, per lb Co Rutabagas, per ft 3c Lima beau, 3 lb a for 25o Oranges, Redlands, per doz 25o Oranges, Sunkist, per doz .30o Qbdo Applet, per pk COo Cranberries, 3 qts for 25o Good Bananas, per doz 15c All Nuts, per tb.... 20o Fancy Breakfast Baoon, per R.,..23o Salt Pork, best quality, per ft... ,16o Lard, per tb , 15o Pressed ham, per lb 15o Bologna, per lb lOo Why not try the New Store? Phone ns your order, and we'll deliver the goods. M. E. Knepper fc Co. DAKOTA CITY, NIB. TheJ9fl World Almanac Is tru rchway to storehouse ol r liable informationt full details ot tk IViO census and of the most Important and exciting Congressional Election In fifty years; 10,000 facts and figures about politics, labor. ' religion, sports, farm statistics, finance, trade, com merce, insurance, money and banking; inlonrution about our own and all foreign countries, the armies tad ruvir of...

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. — 10 February 1911

Found Nothing But Applewelght's Wool Hat. w 2h-MEREDITH NICnOlMJlJilfl :nr ros ar mr eatiM-MfwiL commm 8YN0PSIS. Thnmns Ardmor nml Hi-nry Malnn Grlswold stumtilH upon IntrlKiiK wlien the sovcrnor of North unci Houth Carolina are reported to linve qimrn-li-d. (Irlnwold nlllpa himself with Iliirlmni Osliornn, dauKhter of tho Kovrrnor of South Caro lina, while Ardmnrp espouses th mime of Jorry riiniferllell, dnushter of tlio Rovernor of North C'nrollna. Theso two younK ladles are trying to fill tlia shoes of their fathom wlillii the latter nre mlss InK. Hoth HtntHB are In a turmoil ovpr onn Applcwi-lifht, an outlaw with great political Influence, t'mtwnre of ench oth er's poHltlon, both GrlKWold and Ardmore set out to mnke the other prosecute Ap pleweljiht. Ardmore nrKnnl7.cn a his hunt. Grlswold also takna the Held. Frank Col lins, Atlanta reporter. In arrested by Ard more, but released to hcromn preRs oirent for the youn mllllonitlro's expedition. Grlswold'a men rapture Hill Applewel...

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. — 10 February 1911

i food's Sarsaparilla Cures all humors, catarrh ana rheumatism, relieves that tired feeling, restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. Opt it today in usual liquid form ol chocolated tablet called Sarsatabs. A Country School for Girls In New York City But Feature! of Countrj and CM? Life Out-of-door Sports on Rcheol Park of US acres near the Hudson River. Full Academic Course from Primary Clan! to Graduation. Upper Clana for Advanced Special Students. Mu lo and Art. Summer Session. Cer tificate admits to College. School Coaoti Meets Day Pupils. Ibt bun mi Ihs tlltw, fttrfak .. war 2524 St, tot nilPTIIHF CUREbinafewday lltsfl I Ullla without pain or a sur gical operation. Ho pay until cured. Bend fnr literature. DRS. WRAT a MATHRHKT, 602 Fanners Xoan b Trust Bid-., Blooz City, Iowa. AIAD printing office doing a a-ood lIVU buHinetie, lu a lite city, to trade (or Houih Dakota land. A bargain. If yon have (Smith Dakota land to sell or trade, write l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 10 February 1911

1. ELECTRICITY IS GREAT AID TILE Hew HewH PC oe n 5-y Aeorge Boutwell's Unhappy Metaphor Turned the Tide In the Senate and Prevented the Impeach ment of the Pretldent. In tb late winter of 1877 I met General Benjamin F. Butler of Massa chuseUs, at the rooms he retained per manently, year In and year out, at the old Fifth Avenue hotel. In New York City. He was on hts way to Washington to take his seat as a member of congress. He was going as an Independent. He was In a communicative mood that afternoon, and I made bold to bring up several famous Incidents In his career. At last we came to the part he played in the Impeachment proceedings brought against President Johnson. The general's face took on a wry look. "I am as certain as that I am sitting here that It was the hole in the sky which saved President Johnson from being ousted from office," be said. "A what?" I exclaimed. "The hole In the sky," the general reaffirmed, solemnly "the hole of George S. Boutwell's own making the ame ...

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. — 17 February 1911

BAEO A MTY EDEIRAIL MOTTO AH The Ncvrs When It Is New. VOL. 19. DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1011. , NO. 24. nrm w a mm a I IP CANADIAN RECIPROCITY WINS FIRST ROUND IN HOUSE FIGHT. VOTE .ON TEST 197 TO 120 Democrats Act Solidly to Displace the Regular Orden and Give Preference to Canadian Agreement Oppo nents Are Almost All Republicans. Washington. The McCall bill car rying out the Canadian reciprocity agreement reached the floor of the house Monday and that body by a vote of 197 to 120 decided to begin Its immediate consideration. Immediately after the representa tives met Mr. McCall of Massachu setts called up the reciprocity bill. Objection was made by members of the District of Columbia committee, this being district day on the house calendar. A point of no quorum also was made. To Insure a full vote a calIxo the house was ordered, and all absentees were summoned to the chamber. The roll call showed an overwhelm ing majority for reciprocity. While th vote to displ...

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. — 17 February 1911

DAKOTA ( I I V IIKHAM) JOH.N H. R?M, Publisher DAKOTA CITY. NEBRASKA. ably familiar w though r'" THE OLD-TIME PARLOR. Thre used to be In almost every ru ral home In the country a sacred room the "ptarlor." Every reader la proo- wlth It. for It still exiHti), universally as It did years len no home In tne iana, In koutw-uamlet' or on farm WM nfied ed complete or well-equipped wtfut this dismal apartment care fo' shuttered In against air and sun I gut; a Jar of waxwork on the center table; a collection of curloua odds and ends on the what-not In the corner; mottos and cbromoa on the wall; a vlv Id Ingrain or Brussels carpet on the floor. The Bound of festivity sel dom penetrated the gloom of this par lor, says the Philadelphia Troaa. At rare Interyals distinguished Tlaltors were received In It witnesses of wed ding or funeral. It was never a rleaaant room; It smelted damp and dnnty; the children stood In awe of It; tr.d yet It was their mother's pride. Ifr.ppUy the day of the pentnp, ...

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. — 17 February 1911

A Utllo Business Romance I lh Banana Trade By O. HENRY (CopTtsbt bj AloalM MagMiu OBODY knew ex actly where Dicky Maloney hailed from or how he reached Puerto Rey. He appeared there one day and that was all. He afterward said that he came on the fruit steamer Thor. but. an In spection of the ITinrt nukiwrienr list of that date would have found It to be Maloney leas. Curiosity, however, toon .per ished, and Dicky took his place among the heterogeneous litter of the coast the stranded adventurers, refugees and odd fish from other countries that line the shore of the Caribbean. He was an active, devil-may-care. rollicking fellow with an engaging gray eye, the most Irresistible grin, a rather dark, or much sun-burned com plexion, and a head of the fieriest red hair ever seen In that country. Speak ing the Spanish language as well as he spoke English, and seeming always to have plenty of silver In his pockets, It was not long before he was a wel come companion both with the natives and 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. — 17 February 1911

HAS r.0 SUBSTITUTE 7Ah wins Absolutely Pure 77ro oiy baking powdor mado from Royal Crapo Cream of Tartar KO ALUM.I.'Q LIME PHOSPHATE Dakota County Herald IOHN H. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Price. $1.(10 Per Year. .V weekly newspaper publinlied at I'HkutH City, iSetiraska. r'ernmnion has ben granted fur the transmission of this papcrlhrough the rtxiia as second-class matter. Telophnnf No. 43. Official Paper of Dakota County I - . 1 Items of I nteresl from our Exchanges Pone Journal: Will in Hemey of Nsrora attended the dunce at Ponca Friday evening. noruick Items in 8Ioau, Star: Mr and Mrs J F Forney of north of town li ft last Thursday for a few ilujs visit with relutives at Homer, Neb. Wayne Deraoorat: Mr and Mn Chaa Culler visited friends at Winside Tuesday afternoon..., Mike Lyons of W'iuside was in Jacksou Saturday to see bis son who is attending school there. Sloan, Io, Star: Ghas Olson and family left Saturday for Hubbard, Neb, where they will make their home in the future. ...

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. — 17 February 1911

Coming to Sioux City United Doctors Specialists, Will be at the Mondamin Hotel Commencing Monday, Feb. 27, and will Remain TWO WEEKS, ONLY i kemarkable Success of These Talented Physicians in the Treatment of Chronic Diseases Offer Their Services Free of Charge Local Items Friday, Feb. 17, 1911 Trade at home. Yon will find a good annortraeut of hardware aud tinware a reasonable prices at Schriever Bros The United Doctors, licensed by the state of Iowa for the treatment of deformities atid all nervous and ehtonic diseases of men, women and childien, offer to all who call on this trip, consult ation, examination, advice free, making no charge whatever, axoeptthe actual cost of medicine. All that is asked iu return for these valuable services is that every person treated will state the re sult obtained to their friends and thus prove to the sick and afllioted in every city and locality that at last treatments have been discovered that are absolute ly sure and certain in their effect. T...

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. — 17 February 1911

Tlwlllll. BtESSM MEREDITH' NICHO: corrfrntr pea er tht Boefri MrRii cutiKftr SYNOPSIS. Thomas Anlmorp nn1 Hi'nrv Mnlne GiiHwnld Btnmlilp upon IiiIi-Ikiih when tlic Urivi-rnitrn nf North nnil Smith CHrnlltm Br ri'lmrtnl to hnvc cii:irrtliil. Hrlswulil nlll- lilmsolf with Hinliira (iHliorm-, (lmiRlit'T of tho poviTiior of Houth ('urn Una, while Arlmor nspoiiHi I lie emise of Jerry iMinavrtlcM. lmiKliter of the frnvernor of North ('urnllna. TIh'hc two young- liulles nr trvltiR to fill the shm-a of their fathers while the hitler me nil" ln. Hotti stnteg are In a turmoil over one ApplewelKht, an onlhiw with (Trent pollthal Inllueiue. I'niiwnre of em h oili er' position, both OrlBWohl and Ardinnre net out to make the other prone, nte Ap plnweluhl. Ardmore ornanlzi a hit hunt. OrtHWohl Bluo t liken the Held. I "rank Col lin. Atlanta reporter, la iiirenled hy Ard more, hut released to beenine pt'ena Hffent for the ynunir mlllloniilre'K expedition, tirlnwold's men rupture Ihll Aptilcwi'lclit...

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. — 17 February 1911

Live Stock fc3 HOG HOUSE MADE PORTABLE These Structures Art In Many Way of Practical Value to Farmer In f Providing Shelter. (By 3. C. FULT.Etl.) Swine were originally natives of warm, damp climates. Whou do mesticated and given proper protec tion they are found profitable In all agricultural districts. And yet no other farm animal Is subjected to such uncomfortable quarters; he frequent ly sleeps in filth and eats from sour and dirty troughs. Fortunately, farm ers are now appreciating better meth ods for shelter and herd management. With the practice of these improved methods we find the portable bog horjse rapidly coming Into favor. Only the simplest kind of work manship Is necessary to build the port able house and much odd lumber can be worked Into It The portable house Is peculiarly ad vantageous since It can be readily moved. The renter who finds It im possible to provide expensive quar ters for his hogs can well afford to construct portable houses, since they can be retained ...

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. — 17 February 1911

USEFUL IN DRAINING CELLAR AND mam w Ball Floats, Opene Spigot and Water la Sucked Up Handy In Placea Where Water Collecta. An Ingenious apparatus for drain ing cellars, cesspools, foundations, wheel pit a, furnace pita and all the numerous placea where an excess of water Is apt to collect, has been In- BERTH LADDER VERY USEFUL vented by a Maryland man. Running Adequately Meets Demand of Steam boat Paasengers Made of Steel and Carry 600 Pounds?, These ladders are constructed of steel aad will carry BOO pounds weight. They arc carried on parallel ateel rods, which are attached to the upper and lower berth and can be moved along these rods with perfect ease by releasing the thumb spring. The top and bottom of the ladders, where the rods run through, are in laid with fibre to prevent any noise by the vibration of the boat, and can not be moved until the spring Is re leased. The rods are fitted with bangers, which are attached to the iberth. One of these hangers of each ladder la so cons...

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. — 24 February 1911

!st Piston. ,..rr a Trir tt t mihai t ATT" y v i ! MOTTO All Tho News When It Is News. I ! VOL. 19. DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911. NO. 25. TPr, A TL OFFERS PEACE PLAN MEXICAN STATESMAN PROPOSES REFORMS AS MEANS TO END THE REVOLUTION. LAY DOWN ARMS IS DEMAND Should Rebels Fall to Adopt HI Ad vice Llmantour, Diaz' Adviser, Rec ommends Formation of Guerrilla Bands to Combat Insurrectos. PurlB. Jose Ives Llmantour, minis ter of finance In President Diaz" cab inet, In an Interview here Monday In dicated that the Iron grip of Diaz on Mexico Is becoming weaker and that a result of the revolution Is the fore runner of more liberal rule In the re public. The government, says Senor Llman tour, should grant a reform of the evils that led to the Insurrection. As an essential preliminary to peace he demands that the Insurgents lay dwn their arms pending negotiations. Importance Is given to these declar ations by the fact that Senor Llman tour has nn International reputation as...

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. — 24 February 1911

l V KOTA CITY IlKHAIil JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. CA.:r-A city. NEDRAS.. h(m;n. and fv Thirteen men were killed whllo on burning excursions In this state In the brief open season. That Is the num ber of young men killed in football in tbe whole country this year, or as many Pennsylvanlans as havs died from this cause In a century. These figures are offered not to prove that football Is without a certain amount of risk, but to show that all human oc cupations are occompnnled by some dangers, says the Philadelphia Inquir er. The iaw of averages is a reman able one. It Indicates that about a certain number of persons die each year from fortuitous causes and If One class Is lacking tbe other supplies the deficiency. Parents who are afraid their boys will be injured or 'killed playlDg football may be encour aged by the fact that It Is proved to be one of tbe most innocuous of sports. ,The danger from death or severe In jury In any college sport Is not any thing like so great as that of bei...

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