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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 21 December 1906

Chant? Tawar AIT. The hoaaewlf" declined to bo) :fR when the man who applied her regu larly rilled at the door. "The laet three or four titnea," ahe aald, "there hate been a number not Ct to oe, sometime as many as three In a doz en." "Well, now, Mia' Somers, ain't lhat kind of a ba'sh way to look at It?" the Tender asked. In mild remonstrance. "Don't you know that a ben la bound to Jay a bad egg uow an' egln?" CHILD'S AWFUL SKIN HUM OB, Icreamed with Fain Suffering- Near ly Broke Farent'a Heart Speed ily Cured by Cutlcura, "I wlsli to Inform you that the Cuti turn Remedies have put a atop to twelve years of misery 1 passed with ray sou. An an lnfuut I noticed on his body a red aiwt, and treated same with different remedies for about five years, but when the spot began to get larger I put hint under the care of doctors. Un der their treatment the disease spread to four different parts of his body. The longer the doctors treated him the worse It grew. During the day it would get rouj...

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. — 21 December 1906

z cniini critics hit. president in Special Message Calls Thcra Slanderers. JELLS OF HIS TRIP. lade Thorough Inspection of the Work Now In Progress. t'aelt that Is aa Eple aad ( World-Wide Importance Health Cendltloaa Excellent, Malaria ul Tellow Fever Being- Drivea Oat Workmen Are Seca at Work u la Their Quarters and Are later. k viewed by the President. President Roosevelt sent a apodal fciecsngo on the ranaiua cannl to Con fress Monday. Ho tells at great length ft his personal experiences on bis re lent trip to the canal sone, and scares (be critics and slanderers of the caaal Commission. ' Following is the President's message fat part: ' In the month of November I visited the Isthmus of Panama, going over the Canal Eone with considerable care ; and alio vis ited the cities of Panama and Colon, Shich are not In the Zone or under the nlted States flag, but as to which the tJnltcd States government, through Its J gents, exercises control for certain san tary purposes. I was three da...

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. — 28 December 1906

7 V .-i J S.1 DAKOTA COUNTY . HERALD, VOLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1906. NUMBER 18. V UTEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THE NEWS CP THE WHOLB WORLD. ! ENTIRE WALK IS HIS NKGllO KOLMEit Iiritl.S AVHITIJ WOMAN TO etrrrEK. 'Membra1 of Itcgtinmt Involved In Brownsville Affair Likely Would Have Been Lynched If Caught-Victim . Wife of 1 Ilcno Physician. Race feeling la at white heat and threats of lynching are heard on every hand as a result of an assault commit ted on Mrs. T. S. Clifford, wife of a prominent physician of El Reno, Okla., Thursday afternoon by a negro of the Twenty-fifth Infantry. Mrs. Clifford and her sister, Mrs. S H. Clarke, were attempting to pass the soldier when he viciously grabbed Mrs. Clifford around the waiBt and threw her Into the street, exclaiming that the sidewalk belonged to him. Mrs. Clifford screamed" for assist once, but the assailant escaped before help arrived. News of the attack spread rapidly and the entire police department, re in...

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. — 28 December 1906

(Dakota Comity Herald rAEOTA exit, urea. bhn H. Rem, - Publisher Ttie nmi who n.ii in ivturivi chi-wlu (r&s Is dead, but Hie evil Hint liu (II I tirm after iiim. Tlic Kaiser has talked Into a phono fcrn,ih. Every ftcrmnn mny now hear bis master's vole. ' Waat a calamity It would be If Sland irdOtl stock should fall until It became rerMi only Its par value! William Rockefeller has succeeded In teeevcrlng IS cents In n suit for da;n tges. To him that hath (lull be givrp. If Count Bon I really wanted work, however, he might have some trouble In finding anything useful taut he couid fle. Jrtikln Lloyd Jones called Senator riflmaa a "geographical anachronism." Twg sounds worse than p.iruliclipipi Sen. It's too bad that so many women are Blares to the habit of using terms of Ws artnent which convey neither mean lag nqr dense. Andrew Carnegie s CI) years of age, tntis still strong enough to give away tare at three libraries a day without fecfiDg fatigued. It U said that Mine. Gould Is ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 December 1906

; : -i- i . i ' DON'T WEAR MOTONINQ. By One of the almost unnoticed blessings of our time Is tbe modification of mourning dress and customs. In late years there has been a great Improvement In thin resect, the hideous and unsanitary crepe veil having en tirely disappeared, at least from the costumes f well-dressed women. All Impreslonablc people are depressed by the sight of the unrelieved, or mourning black costume. Who cannot remember the cloud that used to fall upon the children of a family when a visitor came, wearing the dress of a widow, such as fashion prescribed until a very short time ago? Many men detest the sight of mourning dress, and I have heard more than one say that he would not have a woman In mourning garb em ployed In his office. To be continually reminded of death, grief and anguish is acceptable to no one. Why should the aflllcted allllct every one who sees them? A plain dress, one such as a womnn who Is not engrossed In thoughts of dress might naturally wear, I...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 December 1906

Dakota County Herald Conhmialton of the Homer Herald. JOHH H. BEAM, PCBMSHKR. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Fer Yosr. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, NelrHka. Permission has been granted for tbe tranmifion of this paper through the mailt as decond-clncg matter. Telephone No. 4.1. The old BfiyinR that "It is more pleasant to give than to receive" may be true, but the majority of people are mightily disappointed if they don't re ceive their qnota of presents at Christ inas time. V 10 OK jM -.4W Or M W V. CORRESPONUfcNUfc - . - -w ! HUBBARD. Kprciaj. CoanaaroxiiKHCR. Louis Deroin and family went to Sioux City Monday noon. Hoy Vilsey and Mrs O Wheeler went to the city Tuesday morning. We bate a fine line of boys' and men's sweaters that we are selling cheap. Carl Anderson. The teachers gave a Christmas tree in the school house Friday afternoon, and fine program was rendered by the scholars. The vie Olsen show that was billed to appear here TutsJay night failed to alow np. Eli C...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 December 1906

3)R. C. H. MAXWELL, Physician and Surpeon. Calls promptly attended DAROtA CITT, KF.BRARKA KILL the COUGH and CURE THE LUWCO mn Ur. King's New Discovery CONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price 60c ft 51.00 Fro Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. o Lcnssk5 COOD ADVICE ABOUT GLASSES. Do you wear glasses? If not, are you sure you do not need them? If you do, It ia perfectly natural that you will want the best, particularly when the best are no more expensive than the Inferior, that is, In propor tion to the cost of their manufacture. Even If the initial cost should be a little more, the best la always the most profitable In the end. If you are looking for the best in bifocals, we can give you a little good advice. Be fore buying the old style, do you not want to investigate the merits of the Kryptok Invisible Bifocal Lenses? It will be well worth your while to drop a line to the Columbian Bifocal Co., Temple Court, Denver, Colo., for fur ther Infor...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 December 1906

"What makes you think lio married her for her money?'' "She does." -jUtyvuland Press. j Kwry man has hi faults, but Tn man hart n many as hi wife think ha hae. Chicago Record-Herald. "Weren't you fired by tho college spirit when at Yaler "No. By tho president." Cleveland Press. Will they hang the prisoner?" "Not yet. Ilia lawyers managed to bang the Jury." Baltimore American. "I would share your every sorrow." "But I h.ive lid Borrows." "Walt till we're married." Cleveland Leader. "You ki.ss like an expert," Raid tho pretty maid. "How do you know I do?" queried the mere tuun.-Cblcago New. 'How much did he make out of that latest grm't scheme?" "A clean lull llou." "You mean a million." Cleve land I'laiii Dealer. Mr, lloylc 1 hear that your eon had to leave college. Mrs. Doyle Yes; he i-tudi tl too hard, learning the football tenuis. Puck. "What tio yon think of tbla theory of living tint of doors?" "It all de pends on whether you leavo the bouse voluntarily, or are put out," Detroit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 December 1906

Rood Rait. Aunt Tlllle, cook In Georgia hooe fold, took homo a dish of macaroni freia Iho "white folks'" table for hep ewn family, and nfter assurlug them that It was good, luduced her children to cat It The next morning alio discovered two Of fchern out In the yard turning oret stenoa and boards nud scratching vig orously La the earth. "Hyah, youl" she sailed. "What yoe-U dolu' out dab?" "We a-buntln'," came the glad re pease, "fob uio' of dam macaroni woreae." mnm V rrrm n ris A Positive CURB FOR CATARRH Elf's Cream Balm la eaieklt sbeorbed. filpee Ballet al Once. It eJeaawes, soothaa, heale aad protacta tee eXaeased mambrana. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tba Haad quickly. Besteree the Senaes of Taata and Small.' Full aU SO cU. at Druggists or by nmil Trial aba 10 eta. by mail. Xly Brothers, 60 Warren Street, Kaw York. ABSOLUTE SECURITY. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Bear Signature) of 5ee Fac-Slaille Wrapper Below. Very easall atad m te tahe e saga. FOB ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 December 1906

They do sny that not In many year kave m many legislators come back to ,Wahlngtou unaccompanied by their f am Ilk, An unprecedented nnmlter f Senators and Representatives will live bachelor live all this winter. Where are jrou going to live?" Is con sequently a more significant question than In other years." "How are you going to live?" la a new one to many. Men of family, who hare not been con cerned ordinarily about the household Ing problem because their wives looked fter those matters, are giving earnest consideration to the question of how to live alone. Hotel and boarding house rntes and accommodations are Inquired about with deep Interest. Down at the .bottom of these troubles is the fact that free trmiMportutlon Is no more. The members, Indeed, get liberal allowances of mlleago for their travels, but there la no arrangement for transitortlng their families at public expense. They must have passes or pay. , One Con (rewuuan with a family of himself, wife, three "full-fare" an...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 4 January 1907

r n f -1 -DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, v Y'OLUME XVIII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1907 NUMBER 11). 1 til I 0 ) ) ) W0.WS DAILY HOYS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED. RIOT IN A TC EATER V.MIII'IuHOU'S MVX'K ON STAGE ANoiriyr uonapahtists. (Marquise flc Morny Held the Stago to the End, Dettpjle Shower or All Sort . of Missiles from Outraged Royal istsActress Driven On I. There a remarkable acene In Pari Thursday night at the notorious Moulin Rouge when the Marquise de Morny and a niece of Napoleon III., made her deput in. an act called "A Dream of Egypt." written by herself In collaboration with Mint. Gauthler Vlllers. the author of "Clnudlne" and other novels. The marquise, who Is the divorced wife of the Marquis de Belbeuf. hus already achieved a reputation. ,and her heralded appearance on the stage brought out a storm of criticism. To this the marqluae replied in' a letter published denying thnt her per formance was intended to be suggest ive and insisting that she mean...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 4 January 1907

Ya He Hm Wll TCliriam Henry Harrison had Jwet roo the battle of Tippecanoe. I felt tht it mi up t me," he s (Jalned, "to lire th future novllte of Indiana a tort of hlstorleul background. For, with tha slmpl mloddnaa an? mat nan. It did not ooeur t hint that Indiana's coming author would oboeM t locate tba scene at tfcolr bast aUIa tjorl la Paletlne, aftiloa, Orauatexk, franca and other fel eanntrte. frofaiaai atlette. Hie Undertaker (who .neets the dec feor oa tba steps of a hotel) Atter yen, dr. Black and White, GS0G0SS7 1 IS? Still, II Dlda't Kick. "You cooked a pudding fur your fcuav ttand In ona of theae hay atOTaa, did youl How did ha Ilka It?" "Wall, ha aald it wasn't a had, but ,tia thought tha pudding seatae! to apoU 'the Uata of tha bay." Beware ef Ointments fir Catarrh Mat Ciniaii Mercury, aa marcarr will euraly dnnway la aaaaa at Smell and ceasletaly araae tha whal yetem wbaa auunag It tSreusa. tka aa !ua earfaca. - SuuS artUUa akaald aaTar a aaed aaoss oa oraecrlailaae ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 4 January 1907

) 3OQOO0OO0OOOCT I LUMBAGO SCIATICA ST. JACOI OIL Penetrates to the Spot Right on the dot. Price 23c and SOe ceoooocoeoo2C9soccccc A Positive p I Ely's Cream Balm It quickly absorbed. Civet Relief at Once. It cleanses, soothe i heals and protect . the diseased mem. brane. It enres Ca tarrh and drive away a Cold in the Head quickly. Re-tJAV CFlfm tores the Senses of HH I W las V &M Taste and Smell. Full si ze 50 cts. , at Dm gists or by mail ; Trial Size 10 cti. by mail. Ely Brothers, DO Warren Stree. Now York. smL L me I 8 K3 sji a. m tin u FARMS FOR RENT iT . MtltBALL, SIOUX tlTI. IWVtA. California harvests nbont T.IO.OOO tons of grapes a year, worth $15,000,01)0. THE PROGRESS OF THE DIAN WEST. CANA- Nearly 200,000 of an Increaae la Canadian lmiiilnrai'lon In 100U. The progress of a new country cnunt be better ascertained than by noting the Increase of railroad mileage In its transportation system, and Judged by this standard, the Canudlau West leads ell the countries in the wo...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 4 January 1907

r Dakota County Herald Cortfcauition. of the Homer Hertld. iOBH B. BEAM, Pt'BMSHKR. Subscription Price. $1.00 Tct Yesr. A weekly newspaper published at DaknL Citv Nahraaka. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the maiia as secona-class matter. Telephone No. 43. y Fred B. Berry, of Emerson, assumed the Unties of the office of county at torney of Dakota county on Thursday The Eerald has no doubt but what Mr. Berry will make a faithful and pain taking connty officer. His first duty was to notify 'the illegal dispensers of liquor in different parts of tbe connty to close their places of busi ness or conform to the law laid down in such cases. He says that it is hts intention to see that the law it rigidly enforced. nemo ui niicioai from our Exchanges .8 Sioux City Journal, 1st: Mr and Mrs Q W Bates, of Dakota City, were in Bioux City yesterday and will leave today for Lio Angeles.... The incom ing passengor train on the Omaha road from Norfolk, Neb, str...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 4 January 1907

X V An-. M 4 DO YOV KNOW There is no method of ranking friends like making good. For nearly 21 years, "The Bank that always treats yon right," has made good. From the first day it opened, its doors, it has done Ewarwtktnst in banking, (that you low pricks as you get unless it nives too at it all, goes absolute safety for your deposits, accurate, courteous and prompt treatment. "The Bank that always treats you right" f 1 O orld Almanac is richly weighted with information on almost every conceivable subject and is a marvelous repository of facts, figures and cyclopedic knowledge well nigh indispensable to every one who needs to refer to recent historical, po litical or general happenings. Within its oovers may be found 10,000 facts and figures, embracing almost every subject of daily interest. It Is the one book that tells you something sbouteverything and every thing about a great many things, i Over GOO pages, strongly bound in ajb illustrated cover. rfow on sale all over the United...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 4 January 1907

Dakcia Ccsstr Hczald 1 Wonur it' L i.-v.l i;:;,c has Count Bun! 0:1 her Hm. The "lone bandit" Industry has os porleneed several serious reverses late ly. Even the cnsy.golng makes a wry face when wallow Count Bonl. Trench m an lie tries to Brlganfls are reported to be active In Sicily. Perhaps Sicily Is trying to bo known ns the Wnll street of Italy. A divorced couple named Cnrr lave I Hern reunited by their baliv. T'-!s Is i something unique in the line of Carr couplers. The average man think be would have nn excellent cbiiiu-e of occunylii? the presidential chair If the ollice ought the man. ' A New York theater offer a free. eat to every man who never lied to bis wife. This Is an absolutely costless bid for notoriety. . The man who Insisted on tempting fate by going over Niagara Falls in a barrel lias subsided, but the reckless balloonist Is always with us. A Massachusetts club woman wants law prohibiting a man Irom merry ing more than once. Why list make It to Include pretty wid...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 4 January 1907

FACTS ABOUT PNEUMONIA. B Or. Pneumonia U classed among the infectious diseases, but mor likely the dlplococcus-pneu-inonla Is the result of disease. Instead of the cause of It. Childhood and old age, those of lowered vitality, and those much exposed to Inclement weather and alcoholic devotees are especially liable to pneumonia, and, having had It once, are predisposed to the second attack. The death rate In the United States for pneu monia averages about 25 per cent and stands next to consumption (tuberculosis) In frequency as cause of death. It usually begins with a hard chill, nnd is fol lowed by a high fever, with pain In the lungs and a short, catchy respiration and a peculiar flushing of the face on the same side of the afflicted lung, for, fortu nately, It more often Involves but one lung, and should It be the left side, heart Involvement seriously compli cates the case. When taken with a chill It Is always best to call In your physician, for a chill usually means trouble ahea...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 4 January 1907

. The trade union membership of Austria U aaid to be 20r,031. Nine nw unions have recently been or ganized in Dallas, Text. Memphis unionists contemplate build tfig a lilw temple to cost $20,000. Shipbuilders (Iron) at Portsmouth, N tl., and Bath, Me., have organized. Tacoma (Wash.) longshoremen have made a demand for tbe cloned snap. A Building Material Tcamnters' Union as organised recently in Han J one, Oal The Coppersmith' Union in New York report that it helper are being organ ized. The work of organizing the machinist' tpprenticca of the Pittsburg district ha begun. At a meeting recently held in Grass alley the Nevada County Labor Council was organised. ' A reduction ia the hour of labor in the rubber factories of Providence, It. L kaa been granted. The Mankato (Minn.) Trade and La- tar Amenably ha gone on record a favor ing a truancy law. . Three minister were recently seated aa fraternal delegate to the Toledo (Ohio) Central Labor Union. International Steam Shovelmen'e Union...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 11 January 1907

) ' t ' t II COUNTY HERALD. V; VOLUME DAKOTA CITY, EB., FRIDAY; JANUARY 1 1, 1907. NUMBER 20. DAKGTA L4TEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THE NEWS OF THE WHOLB WORLD. DISORDER IN BRAIN AUTOPSY ON VICTIM OK CUAULEal CITY non. Coroner's Jury Is Helpless Abusvmm Lynohlng Was Done by "Persons Unknown" Judge Order Investi gation by Grand Jury. The verdict of the coroner's Jury In the cue of James Cullen, the wealth) contractor who was lynched at Charles City, la., Wednesday night for the murder of his wife and stepson, Is to the effect that he came to his death by hanging at the hands of parties un known to the jury. The autopsy revealed that Cullen's brain Bhowed degeneration and thut there were traces of adhesions. This. It Is declared, would have saved him from the gallows and caused him to have been sent to the asylum. Judge Kelly culled the grand jury in at noon and gave It special instruc tions. He said: 'As you have doubtless heard, dur. Ing last night an act was committed in this city ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 11 January 1907

iitoh:,'- Cinty llciald pohn fl PabttBfbev Kals ft Mg family and uphold 1 President' hands. There are two tides to every ques tion. Your side nnd the wrong side. jxumerous unsocial rubbernecks lire making anxious Inquiries as to this pro posed elastic currency. It Is extremely doubtful whether Oount Bonl would prove a fiiccess as n head waiter If tlie Job call for any nead work. The London writers have started n movement to put a slop to the practice of tipping. The fear of dying rich must be spreading rapidly. Spain Is building a new unvy. Spain has jio more colonics on tinnds the chances are tint the Bayy will prove a durable one. As her new Mr. Eckels has hit the nnll fairly on Hie head. What we all need Is a "re sponslve currency," one that will come When we whistle or call It by name. A Connecticut Judge has decided that turtle Is not an animal. The Treas ury Department would probably rule, for purposes of duty, that It is canned anluion. The acrainbio among Oklahoma towns to b...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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