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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 11 January 1907

."i,,. OJS.il pismHtmeL Mir WE NEED INTELLECTUAL ATHLETES. By Prot. Woodrow Wilson. I rejoice to sec tnnnunl training recognized as pnrt of the liberal education. No one can doubt that It has played n large part In placing this country In Its present position. And America camtvit afford to overemphasize liny one feature of its education. It cannot attain Its industrial supremacy unless Its lads are taught srIII In handicraft as well as In letters. Americans must not have the narrowness, the provincialism, of being able to do only one tiling. They must be uble to turn their hands to anything; that comes into their natural workshops. There Is a lot of nonsensical talk about education. People too often ask of pome branch of education: "Is It practical? Can It bo used in business?" All educa tion Is practical. You want your boys to go Into the gymnasium to build up their muscles, but you don't ask them If they Intend to do the double trapeze with their business partners In their otllces...

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. — 11 January 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOBS H. REAM, PUBLISHER, Subscription Trice. $1.00 Tor Yeor. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this pAper through the mailt m second-class matter. Telephone No 43. We know of one line af railroad that Mr HarrimiiD does not control jnst at present, and that is the Bioux City, Crystal Lake & Homer. Among the important bills intro duced in the Nebraska legislature on Thursday, January 3rd, the first day of the session for the introduction of bills, were 8 F. No, 2 by Senator King, of Folk county, to abolish free passes. It is a copy of the federal law on the same subject with the ex ception of the omission of managers and superintendents of soldiers homes. These were omitted from the clans of persons exempt from the law for the reason that such persons in Nebraska are public officers receiving salaries from the state. Another is 8. F. No. 1, introduced by ...

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. — 11 January 1907

y TjflC World Almanac is richly weighted with information on almost every conceivable subject and is a marvelous repository of facta, figures and syolopedio knowledge well nigh lndiBpensable to every one who needs to refer to recent historical, po litical or general happenings. Within its covers may be found 10,000 facts- and figures, embracing almost every subject of daily interest. It Is ths one book that tells you something abouteverythiug and every thing about a great many tliingB. Over 600 pages, strongly bound in an illustrated cover. Now on sale all over the United States for 25 oents. Mailed to any address for 35 cents by the Press Publishing company, New York City. It Takes Nerve Everything depends upon your nerves. It is nerve force that causes the brain to direct the motion of your body; it is nerve force that causes your heart to pulsate, and send the blood through your veins; it is nerve force that causes your stomach to digest food, your kidneys to filter the blood, an...

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. — 11 January 1907

I ( 1 I nrn .' .... "Go'ng to the fi.olUidl fcn.nc next Sri! "No; I've fjnlt -i iT t foo;b:iil -n:nrs' -Why?" "Because I nllovp1 tnydf !r V excited over tlu-ni h-it f 1!. nnd I fou out this rimwr Hint I had nearly mine my golf accent." A VI I u re. Mr. Kawler How do you like yon new pirl? Mm. Homer Slip's a jewel. I'.nt sli Isn't a new girl. We've hud her nearly i week. The Belgian are (Trent p-sroon breed era, and fine of tlio choicest of thU kind Is the true Antwerp carrier, which is comparatively rnrp. Safe, Snre and Speed?. No external remedy evpr yet devised linn no fully and mi( iiph! iouahly met these three prime conditions as successfully ait Allcock's Plasters. They ore safe beciiuse they ront nin no deleterious drugs and are manufactured upon scientific principles of medicine. Tln-.v are mire because nothing goes into tin-in except ingredients which are exactly adapted io the purposes for which a plaster is required. They are upeedy in their action because their medi cinal...

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. — 11 January 1907

Xi- IV- 0 fllacK. The great nrtWt returned suddouly nd discovered Hint :tls nelKhbor's lit tle boy hnd covered has ransterplefo with black pnlnt. "(Jrent Rcotf, lad!" pnnped tbe fir tlst, "what have jou done? Ion"t you know that wns my wonderful rants entitled 'The Piinsetf Tou hav ruin ed It." The I jr seemed repentant for a mo ment; Mien a brilliant thought py sessi'd him. "No, It Isn't mined." he hastened to reply. "You can nell It. Just tell them tho sun has gone down." .MInnnolls Tribune. BLOATED WITH DROPSY.' The Heart Wan Badly Affertrd Whr the Fat leaf Dm I ln Doan'a Kidney 1MII. Mm. Elizabeth Maxwell, of 415 .West Fourth St., Olynipla. Wash., pays: "For over three years I suffered with a dropsies! condi tion without bu- i'jjjj. lug aware- that ii whs uue - to kidney trouble. The' early stages were principally backache and bearing down pain, but I went along without worrying much until dropsy set In. My feet and ankles swelled up, my hands puffed and be came, bo tense I coul...

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. — 11 January 1907

t : : I (Uebaaska E Legislature Start to Hedrrnt Plexlgea, Member ot the legislature start In Tuasday morning to re&ceM their f lode; to the people by the introduc tion e( measures oovertng the plat form. In the Senate, Root of Cass, In ttoduced two bills defining the duties let the state railway commission and ill xtng the salaries of the member, 'While In the home among the very important bllla Introduced were the '.following: For the taxation of raU road terminals for municipal purpose, toy Clark of Douglas; a bill for a state primary, by Dodge of Dougksa: an an-Rl-lobbylsta bill fixing a penalty of a Ulne or Jail sentence, by Jenleon of KJlay; an antl-lobbylsts bill, by hubert pf Richardson; a 2-eent passenger pate; a bill providing that a freight kraln carrying passengers should not run more than an hour behind the nchedula: a bill to compel telephone companies to connect their lines; a resolution to request the attorney gen eral to bring suit to enforce the pro pujiosM of ...

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. — 18 January 1907

A X V DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, - VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1907. NUMBER 21. 4 i 0 r CURRENT HAPPENINGS PAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. BABES BEFORE LAMBS PINSHOT NAYS SIIFF.P IXTKHKSTS AliK SECOXDAKY. President's F.nvoy Is Coldly Kccclvcd by Stockmen, hut Ho Toll Tlioni I'ltiinly tliat Government Wants to liaise Children Instead of I-amlis. The forty-third annual convention of the National Wool Growers' associa tion was culled to order at 10 o'clock Thursday morning in .Salt Lake City. Vtah. Owing to the non-arrival ot many delegates a recess was taken un til 1:30 Thursday afternoon. More than 1,000 delegates were !n orously voiced by the vice president and sections of the country where sheep are raised were represented. The wool trade of Boston and other east ern cities also was represented. A feature of the convention Is an exhibition of standard high bred and high grade sheep at the state fair grounds, where more than 500 sheep, mostly from the inte...

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. — 18 January 1907

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA C1IY, NEB, John H. Ream, Tubllsher 1 Have you juit trying to keep trac!. f the land frauds- ; A wotnas. GO years old Is mid to bo cutting her fourth set of natural teeth. Shouldn't it be unnatural? It U claimed that a bat tons Ihl n a eenled vault for 100 years. It must nave been of the brick variety. Mr. Fielding hns iut lenioim on the free list The trade was suffering, and he rame to the rescue n mho of lemon Bid. A mnn has been arrested for trying to throw his mother-in-law Into the riv er. Evidently his hle.i was to drawn his Borrow. Senator Hansbrough of North Dako ta thinks we are threatened with na tional nervous prostration. Pick your sanatorium early. Tbe way to worry n man is to sny there Is probably no truth In t ho charges against him and seep right on digging Into them. Prof. J. (J. Adaini's assertion that man Is largely coniposiMl of pure soap Is likely to strengthen the average hobo's aversion to water. Those who believe In Spartan meth ods...

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. — 18 January 1907

THE BRAVEST BATTLE. ,Tbi bravest battle tlint cvr was fonglitj Sbnll I toll you whern find when? IS THIS WHAT HAPPENED HI EDENT 'ermorid On t!i map of the world you will find It not: Twns fought by the mother of men. the, win us mi ii ina iimiwwii m ii 'i ii ma i wuimiiiiii iiiiBiiwaaiBiMSisiisiaiaaiaiiiiiiiii iwimhiiiiiiw OrtininrK nf Groat Pinprs nn Imnnrtnnt Subjects. Nay. not with cannon or battle -shot, w ith sword or nobler prn : INay. not with eloquent word or thought, j From mouth!) of wonderful men. Rut deep In a walled-up woman's heart Of ivomnn tliat would not yield, Jtut bravely, silently bore her part ly ! there Is that battlefield. 'Nn marshaling troop, no bivouac song; No banner to gleam Rrd wave; Rut O! these battles they 'ant so long From babyhood to the grave ? Tel. faithful still as a bridge of stars. She fljhts in her walled-up town Fiplits on and on in the endless wars; ' Then silent, unseen (toes down. JO. ye with banners nnd battle shot, f And soldiers to shou...

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. — 18 January 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herdd. JOKH B. BEAM, fCM.ISHKR. . Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Yesr. A weeVly newspaper published at Dakota City, iSsbrsgka. Permission has been granted for the transmission of tbia paper through the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Get the habit and get it right now of putting in all Tour time minding your own busmen. Yon can't reform the world in rut better war thsn to reform yourself first. If you will step out away from yourself and take eood souare look at yourself yon will decide that you are quite as much of a nuisance in the world as your neigu bor. Ex. n The prosperity of a town is not guarded by the wealth of its inbabi tants, but by the uniformity with which they pall together wuen an important undertaking is to be accomplished A man with a thousand dollars at Lis command and a pure love for Lis town in bis heart can do more for the np buildine of it than a millionaire who locks up his capital and snaps Lia fi...

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. — 18 January 1907

Ghc World Almanac is richly weighted with information on almost every conceivable subject and is a marvelous repository of facts, figures and cyclopedio knowledge well nigh indispensable to every one who needs to refer to recent historical, po litical or general happenings. Within its covers may be fonnd 10,000 facts and figures, embracing almost every subject of daily interest. It is the one book that tells you something a bout everything and every thing about a great many things, i Over COO pages, strongly bound in an illustrated cover. Now on sale all over the United States for 25 csnts. Mailed to any address for 35 cents by the Tress Puhlishing company, New York City. It Costs Nothing ,To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart is affected. One person in four has a weak heart; it may be you. If so, you should know it now, and save serious con sequences. If you have short breath, fluttering-, palpitation, hungry spells, hot flushes; if you cannot lie on left side ; if ...

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. — 18 January 1907

i IVrlrres Tler-retf In ShleM Mnn. In mi I'.Tu-t to kic her hrother-n-flaw, II. A. rr!;Rrr. from Jail. Mr. June Hawkins. t Houston County, Ala., swore before th" I'nltod Slates ConitnisMoiior nt Troy that she owned ml nM'ratiil, n ni'vnslilno still enp lured from Dricjors and others. Her statement availed nothing, a tbe mail was adjudged guilty. The still was captured In a remote ectlon of the State after a hard ride, and thr woman Insisted on taking the long Journey for tlio trial. She did everything she could to shift tlie blame from the man. but failed. illiiif I'd l,)k lo Know. Those modern novelists are certain ly a linlr-bralned Bet," mild Mrs. Jeffer son Jiuld. "What now?" mildly Inquired Mr. ' Judd. "Why, I've read o dozen of 'em where It Is said of the. hero, 'lie smoked bis cigarette doggedly," and who ever heard of a dog smoking those pesky, stinking cigarettes?" Kananf City Star. One-sixth of tlie land owners in Great P.riiain a.- women. THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILROAD ...

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. — 18 January 1907

i ) ) i ) LIEUTENANT COWMAN Cf'ws' .?r . .. i "J f . v. ' I3T (J sliiisif IN FOHTY-EIGHT HOURS PE-BU-fflCBBED HIM. Cold Affected Head and Throat Attack was Severe. Chas. W. Bowman, 1st Lieut, and Artjt. 4th M. S. M. Cay. Vols., riie fiom Lanhnm, Md., as follows: inHlcines. and Mill mor .r io b- coming a professional affidavit man. it seems only a plain duty in rue present instance to add my experience 10 lue columns already written concerning the curatire powers of l'eruna. " have been particularly benefited by Its use tor colds in the head and throat. I have been able to fully cure myself of a most severe attack In forty-eight hours by Its use accord ing to directions. I use it as a pre ventive whenever threatened with an attack. "Members of my family also nss It for like alltnt-uts. We are recocimend . ing it to our friends." Chas. W. Uonm. Ask Your Druggist tor Free Peruna Almanac tor 1907. SI u ii j- a True Word. When, a few years ago, someone In an Idle jest worded an advertise...

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. — 18 January 1907

I Nebraska i i: Legislature f If f ff f TTfTTtf TTTTfTTTTTT 'FW No Investigation for llrown. j I By a vote of 69 to 86, the house Monday afternoon tabled the corpora It Ion-Van Houaen resolution to Investl- j Kate rumors and reports concerning j the. officials acts of Norrla Brown when i attorney general. Voting with the Re publicans to table the resolution were (five fuslonists Brown of Sherman, ; s.nrnn 01 JtncK, r nes or iiowarn, IMackay of Custer, and Worthing of Dawson. Van Houson. of Colfax called up his resolution when that or der of business was reached and Thlessen of Jefferson moved to table it. Pommlloo on Now T.nvs. Privileges and Elections Fnrley of Hamilton, Dodge of Douglas, McMul len of Ongo, K. I'. Brown of lAncas ter, Alderson of Madison, Mackey of Custer, Marlatt of Kearney. Committee on Railroads Harrison of Otoe, Marsh of Hewnrd, Walsh of XJoiiKlas, Kelfer of Nuckolls, Knowles of Dodge, Duncan of Otoe, Adums of Da wes. Committee on Revenue, and Taxa tion Dodge o...

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. — 25 January 1907

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEW., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1907, "NUMBER 22. WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED. THREE MORE JURORS vij ikx now aicfptf.o for Till: THAW TRIAL. Court Orders Jurors Vtidcr Strict Guard of Bailiff Talesmen Sudden ly Scorn IUaictuiit to Serve Many I'xcuses. Three more jurors to try Harry K. Thaw Thursday. This was attained during: the closing; hour of an extreme ly tedious (tension. When court Ad journed for the day, five Jurors, In cluding the two chosen Wednesday, had been uceepted and sworn In. Thirty-one talesmen In all were examined. The three Jurors chosen Thursday are: Henry C. Harney, a piano dealer; George PfafT, dealer in mechanics' supplies, and Arthur S. Campbell, su perintendent of telegraph and tele phone construction. The two chosen Wednesday were Doming B. Smith, a retired manufac turer, who will serve as the foreman, and Charles II. Fecke, a shipping agent. The tedious manner in which the se lection of...

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. — 25 January 1907

. t Dakota County Herald DAXOTA. CITY, NEB. John H. Ream, - Fubllsher Deformed siielllng, sure enough. King Leopold's press agent wmi to tare a harder Job thiiu even Mr. Itock rfeller's. The new British ambassador to this tountry was born In Ireland. The Irish hill not be kept down. Why," asks the Baltimore Sun, "should grafters wok office?" Why ihould ducks enter the water? Most of the Itusslan riots occur on orue anniversary. It might help sonio If the C7.nr were to abolish annlver larles. "Russia would like to help the Uult Hl States eiiee-k Japanese aggression.' llow much money does Kussia want to borrow? A London physician says tlint nilnis ters live too long. This In variety. Most fault-finders only any the minis ter preach too long. Perhaps thiit mini who stole two Kiuuds of LltnhurKer cheese from a ontreal grocer simply found the temptation too strong to resist. A Frenchman has Invented n phono graph that con he heard for a mile. Mothers use It to call for Willie to come hom...

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. — 25 January 1907

THE LETTER I DID NOT SEND. II m the friend of my boyhood. My youth nml my manhood's prime, We had vowed to hp ever faithful To the end of our earthly time. Rut somehow it happened wu quarreled ; One word to another led; And our eyes were flashing in anger And bitter was a'l we said. Tr-st night I wrote such a letter As one might write to a foe, And told him thnt never thereafter Would I wish hU presence to know ; We must pass each other as strangers, Our lives henceforward apart ; And let him know that forever I had torn him out of my heart. Then 1 sought my bed. still raging. But I courted slumber in vain ; The face of my more than brother Rose before me ever agnin. Ife was always so tnie beside me And sharing all changes of life; Our words had been always of loving And never till now of strife. And then onr quarrel what was it? How did It ever befall? Perhaps be was right yes, I know it. It was 1 In the wrong, after all. Then I rose from my bed, took the letter, And cast it Into 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. — 25 January 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Hcrsld, Son it nr.AM, rruusHER. (subscription Price. $1.00 Tcr Year. A weekly newnpnjier published at Dakota I lty. Iibmka. Permission has. been granted for the transmission of this paper through the in si Is m aecond-class mutter. Telephone No. 43. Hoys with huts on the buck of. tueir liends and long hair hanging down their foreheads and cigarettes in their months are cheapr than old worn ut horses, sayi the Washington Proas; Nobody wants Hum at any nripA. Men will Tint emnlov them. They are not worth their keeping to an t l)Od y ana tuey win not eep mera elves. If nv Iiot liaonens to read this who answers this description, let him take a look at lumseii ana ao what his conscience soys is bet to do. At a meeting of the SUte Hoard of Aericnlture held in Lincoln last week the following members were elected to tbo Hoard for the coming two years: O II Rudge of Lancaster; Wm James, Saline; O P Ilendershot, Thayer; O Mickey Polk; J F McArdle...

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. — 25 January 1907

J 7. G6e 1 O World Almanac is richly weighted with information on almost every conceivable subject and ia a marvelous repository of facts, Ipures and ey doped 10 knowledge well aigh indispensable to every one who Deeds to refer to recent historical, po litical or general happenings. Within its covers may be found 10,000 facts and figures, embracing almost every subject of daily interest. It is ths one book that tells yon something about everything and every thing abont a great many things. Over 000 pages, strongly bound in an illustrated cover. Now on sale all over the United States for 25 cants. Mailed to anv address for 35 cents ,1 by the Press Publishing company, H Vr.rlf fit A Live Wire Every nerve is a live wire connecting some part of the body with the brain. They are so numerous that if you pene trate the skin with the point of needle you will touch a nerve and receive a shock pain it is called. Aches and pains come from a pressure, strain or in jury to a nerve ; the more pro...

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. — 25 January 1907

a A lO year old street urchin, a profl flct of the tenement, was recently ac cused of stealing Jim from a woman living In nn adj, lining house. When brought to the children's court the child confessed, broke down ami wept The Judge liytkod nt him pityingly. MMy boy," he said, kindly, "how many times have yon done tills?" "Onct." Was the reply.. "Will ou promise not to steal any more Jam?" "Yep." he muttered between his sobs, "If she'll keen her pantry door lin ked nil the time." All for One Vote. There are only Ore voters In a town--ship near Santa Fe, N. M., and four ot them serve on the election board. 'There la no doubt how the four will vote, since two are Republicans and two are Democrats ; but the fifth man Is In doubt " For his benefit speeches have been delivered, red fire lias been burned and ampaljrn literature has been supplied. The voter declares he will not cast his ballot until the last minute before the polls close'. lie believes In making the election officers earn t...

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