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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 15 February 1907

J CAUGHT BY THE GIP- RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA. ! N&iVrllrA& Profession Effective Med cine for La Grippe. Robt. L. Madison, A. M., Principal of Cullovyhee High School, Putnter, X. C, writes: "Peruna is the most effective medicine that 1 have ever tried for la frlppe. It also cured my wife of nasal catarrh. Her condition at one time was such that ahe could not at night breathe through her nostrils." La Crlppe and Systemic Catarrh." Mrs. Jennie W. Gilmore. Box 44, White Oak, Ind. Ter., writes: "Six years ago I had la grippe, fol lowed by systemic catarrh. The only thing I used was Peruna and Manalin, and I have been in better health the last three years than for years before." Mrs. Jane Gift, Athens, Ohio, writes: "Six years ago I bad la grippe very bad. My husband bought me a bottle of Peruna. I was soon able to do my work." OASOARETS Candy Cathartic are always put up In blue metal box, our trade-marked, loner-tailed O on the cover tablet octagonal, stamped O O O. Never Bold In bu...

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. — 15 February 1907

Dakota County Herald Conhsufilton of the Homer Herald. JOS B. RF.iM, PtBLIAHFR. buWiipl'ton Trice. $1.00 Ter Year. a. weekly newspaper published at DakoU City. JNebrsska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the msiii as aeconn-clMs matter. Telephone No. 4;(. Farmers' A istltute . The two days session of the Farm era' Institute lield in tne court nonse at this place on Friday and Batuiday of last week was a success from every roiotof riew. The attendance was 11 that could be desired and all that the court loom could accommodate. Tbe program was carried out with but few exceptions, and the interest mani fested ia the different subjects treated showed that the people who attended these meetings are anxious to learn anything that will be of material ben efit to tbe farmer and broader. Friday forenoon's session was de voted to the disoussiou of hog and keep breeding. Unas Bryant gare an interesting talk ou the former sub joct and II Gribhle and Fred Bar...

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. — 15 February 1907

.n...nr. T?.n.; ,5 3 ;tJ0 Local Items Mrs A P Doian, of Emerson, visited friends here this week. GxRoline light plants for sale and in stalled by U F Brojhill. Deputy U S Marshal Sides left for Omaha Tuesday noon on the Burling ton. Don't forget Breun's coffee it is still iu the lead. For sale at Vac de Zedde's. Willie Rockwell returned Friday last from a visit with his mother at Boone, Iowa. Jos Clements and wife, of Morning side, were here Sunday visiting rela tives and friends. Robert Woods leaves next Tuesday for Lacrosse, Wash, where he has con siderable property interests. Lorain e Uart has accepted a posi tion in Sionx City as book-keeper in the meat market formerly owned by B C Potter. Lou Cooley came down from Wake field Saturday to visit his brother James here, and bis daughter, Mis Wm Mason" of South Sioux City. Mrs S O Oibbs, one of the first resi dents of South Sioux City, died Sun day January 10, 1907, of consumption. The funeral was held from an under taker's parlors ...

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. — 15 February 1907

tDakota Comity Herald , tJXrOTJL CTTT, NEB. John H. Ream, - Publisher It Is mu'i) easier to spend than It Is to save. Even an optimist Is apt to backslide frben he has a botl oa the back of his deck. The PulaJanes have leen "almost ubjugatod." Evidently a few of them are at 111 a lire. There recently tiled In Germany a man wr knew fifty-two language. He probably couldn't outtalk hio wife, at that Tim sugar trust hns paid Its fines of 1108,000. Tor a while now Its dlsjw altlon wli' be welly In need of sweet ening. In Riving the President the Noble pent prize, credit must be allowed the donors forsllpplng It In while there Still wns jieuce. According to n Iondon physician, music will cure alcoholism. Fining It to the tune of $50 and costs has been known to help some. That wonitm who says she will have to go and find the North Pole talks ns If ahe thought It had been left In the back yard somewhere. A forty-six-story building Is lclng erected In New York'. The people who bave offices o...

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. — 15 February 1907

THE SPIRIT OF DREAM. KAN WHO WILL LI0 THE CANAu I Pit 1 'Sfgyy t I - Tttv TTTTTi TTV T7T TT A --1 VIZ I I n I I M V U M I f I fJI I X Opinions of ABOUT MARRIAGE. HERE nonpars to he a tendencr these dnvs H I to put off the question of marriage until one I I has reached the age which might well he a I nn lla.l I . 1 1 A I. ..II l .H If , v.. ... . I . vniirii hip ij;c i imiisereuon. iHTiirpii bachelors totter to the nltnr to exchange the vows of matrimony with acrid spinsters where once two youthful lovers stood. It has been said, with reason, crhap. Unit the ten dency to postpone marriage has grown up with the In creased cost of living and the desire of the man to attain financial independence before requesting a woman to hare his lot with him. Hut th"re Istaimthcr reason. In these days no man Is so old nt tiny given age is his father was before him. To-day the young man of 2."i Is looking backward rather than forward. He is more cngnged In regretting the good times of his college da...

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. — 15 February 1907

Richmond, Va., union arc planning te erect A $100,000 temple. A moot in it to form a State organization of city employes' anions will be called In Ronton. Union metal worker in Germany in creased their membership in 1 DO." from 13,000 to 2.1,000. The telephone girls of Memphis, who hare a union of their own, are on strike for better condition. IVmver riparmakers have asked for an increase of $1 a thousand, and will start a eo-operoiive factory if it la not granted. Milk wnxon drivers at Oakland, Cal.. huve formed a nnion and a Hi I In tod wltt the International Brotherhood of Team sters. A hill bin boon Introduced in the Ala bama Legislature to prevent the employ ment of laborers .in factories over ten hcurs a day. The South Australian premier, Tom Pi ice, who In a stoncmosou by trade, timrched with hi union In the recent Ade laide eight-hour procession. The German Miners' I'nion la urging the. organized miners In Great Britain to assist It during Its probable strike for a lo per ce...

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. — 22 February 1907

t f ! "It DAKOTA ' COUNTY i HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEIL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1907. NU3IBER 20. Milim IIAITENiNIb faithful chronicle of all important Items. 'LEAN" YEAH COMING jam us ,?. mi. i, has small lion: OF 1908. Railroad Magnate I 'cars Thousands of Men May Re Out r Work Next Venr Ills Roiuls Not to Fudcrtiiko Ally Now Enterprises. James J. Hill, president of tin Great Northern Kuilroail company, who has returned from St. Paul, ex pressed the conviction Thnrsdny thai the tide of prosperity Is turning and that there are indications of a sig nificant recession In business. As Mr. Hill phrased it, "The sails of prosper ity are being, reefed. The year 190S may be a hard year and many thou sands of "men may then he out of work." "General policies of retrenchment are under way," said Mr. Hill. "Loss 'money Is to be spent on new works. The' effect of this movement Is being felt at present In the falling off of orders. The beginning of this move ment Is very evident in Chicag...

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. — 22 February 1907

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA. CTTT, RSB, John H. Ream, - Publisher The dog Mat h.ts thi bone I In tavor tf pea re. The President may load tho people to the trough, but he can't make them spell It t-ro-f-f. And when a man bumps tip against hard lurk he always hi anion some oth er fellow for shoving him. A woinnn Is always ready to ndmit a' nan's superior intelligence If boil ad mit that she know 'more than ho does. Tom Watson thinks it Is not likely 3iat ho will ho n Presidential candidate In 190.H. Hasn't Tom found It to lie a paying profession? An East Tennesseenn has hr-on set free aftor ton trials for murder. Who will say there are no arguments lu fa Vor of lynch law? It If comforting to. note that once In m while a hold-up man tackle the wrong customer and retired perma nently from the business. A woman wants n divorce because. Ler husband wouldn't allow her to talk. She ought to be able to pet It on the round of extreme cruelty. Corncobs have become so valuable in Oklahoma that ...

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. — 22 February 1907

TRYING THE THAW CASE WHET! REST 13 r.E3U130. I sgj YVpi'j pfll Jj JJ 1 A PARENTS PLEA. My little boy is eight years old, He goes to school each day; He doesn"t mind the tusk they set They seem to him but play. 3Ie heads his class at raflia work, And also takes the lead .At milking dinky paper boats Jtnt 1 wish that he could read. They teach him physiology. And, oh, it chills our liearta To hear our prattling innocent Mix up his inward parts. Jle also learns astronomy ' Ami names the Htars by night .Of course he's very up to date, lint I wish that he could write. They teach him things botanical. They teach him how to draw, He babbles of mythology And gravitation's law; And the discoveries of science With him are quite a fad. They tell me he's a clever boy. Hnt I wish that ho could add. Life. Outside, the leaves rustled beneath tli! starlit, frosty sky, and the wind moaned fitfully around the solitary old pray house. I knew that the sky was cold and star geuinied. because I could peep...

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. — 22 February 1907

Dakota County Herald '"mttinuatton of the Homer Herald . JOCK B. REAM, PUBLISHER. Mibscription Trice. $1.00 Fer Yesr. a weekly newspaper published at Dakota City. Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the Iran amission of this paper through the tnant as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. 8 E Cobb, editor of the Emerson Enterprise, was reappointed postmast er nt Emerson last week, at a salary of 1,000. tlie bridge will not be stopped during the progress of tbe improvement, Mr l.fi ton suid. The scheme nt trncks will remain the same. That the cony biii'ition bridge was what was termed an "eDgioeeiing monstrosity" and not capable of supporting the heavy IJur liugton locomotives, was a charge made by Charles A Dicksco on Wed nesday before the noondty lunch of the Hionx City Ileal Estate associittion. Mr Eaton was asked n lie Had any thing to say in reply tot bis statement He S4id he wonld not dignify the state meat by giving it any attention. The county option bill was killed in...

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. — 22 February 1907

KM Mi1 J'Wl ill PSssw II W I u II WI I HI ii it with alum food by the use of poor ..baking powder. Hav a delicious, pure, homemade muffin, cake or come in To te sure of the purity, you must use Royal makes a difference in your home a difference in your health Local Items Jay liliven bus leased tlie Foltz blacksmith sliop. Gasoline light plants for sale and in stalled by U F Uroyhill. Conductor Geo W Carter of Omaha, Visited Saturday with M O Ayres. Dou't forget Bn-un's coffee it is utill in the lead For sale at Van de ;dd,-s. Mi Florence Lewis of Sioux City, spent Tuesday af terno n here at the -Jos A Foye heme. 'Gene Nordyke and family were over . ! U from Sionx City Sunday visiting tLfeIis Mollie Broybill home. til I I Hany C Sundt and Edith Biermann I of Iliusliy Bend neighborhood, were granted a license to wed in bioux City Saturday last. Geo: Re C Blessing, of Homer, will hold u sale of fancy lred Duroc Jersey sows on Tuesday, February '2&. It will pay any one interested in...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 22 February 1907

C ta Pe "l.ndrllka." Tie govei nots of . the New YoA Mock exchange have Issued nn order that hereafter thorp shall ho no run ktnt on the floor. The now rnio does t please the brokers, who fear that lb dearest trnditlon of the exchange, svoIb nnd hurly-burly, Is threatened, n't la protested flint further reforms In thin direction will mnke ttie ex irtianga such a "ladylike" affair that It will no longer be on of the pie. reaqne sights of the great city. Spring field Republican. Their DIIKhed Mvn, I Nan I wan thunderstruck to lenrt Wat Mr. and Mra. Wayiipp have sop--fcrated. What caused the trouble? j Fan He alleges cruelly. He says eh anade two athlptlc women hold him whilt be marcelled bia beard. Chicago Trib- BABY TORTURED BY ITCHING. Covered Fare and Feet WooM 'T VmtlX Tired Oat Had "Cradle . Cti, Tea Saredr Tare fc- Catl . j ears. "My baby was about nine months old trren the had rash on her face and jTeet. ner feet seemed to Irritate her fenost, especially night. They would iraus...

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. — 22 February 1907

1IU Conataacr. A irtory Is told of General Sir Alfred fioraford, who believed In a celibate rmy. A soldier once nought bis per mission to marry, saying be had two food conduct badges and $23 In the aavlng bank. "Well, go away aid Bit Alfred, "and If you come bark this Cay year In the same nilud you shall marry. I'll keep the vacancy." On the annlverasry the soldier repeated his request "But do you really, after a year, want to marry?" "Yes, air, very much." "Sergeant ninjor, take hit name down. Yen, you mny marry. 1 never believed there was so much con stancy In man or woman. IMght face. Quick march !" As the man left the room, turning his head, ho said: "Tank you, sir. It Isn't the same woman." mmmm Positively cnrctl by theso Little Till. Tucy also relievo Dis tress from Dyspepsia, la digestion anil Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy lor Dizziness. Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In the lloutn, Conted Tonpue, Tain In the Side, TORPID LIVER. Tkey CARTER'S I PIUS. p ' T- regulate tbe...

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. — 22 February 1907

THX COUISION ON LOKO ISLAN3 SOUND. KEEPING TP WITH THE WEAIHEB ? WORK OF j I CONGRESS I Gov. Ma goon in carrying out Presi dent Roosevelt's isillcy In Cuba, but he lit credited by a New York newspaper with the opinion that ultimately the United States will Iw compelled to re store and ninintiiln order In Culm or to suspend the Monroe doetrlne while Kiimjiean jmwern undertake the Jolt. In accordance with this view a Ijr ro:iH movement Is already under way f"r the establishment of nn American protec torate for the Island, patterned alter that maintained by Fngland In LVypt. Outlines of the plan have been drawn and nt least one prominent pa pi r In Havana nd vocal on Its adoption. Th"re Is apparently little hi'!e that the new n public will be liable, but any effort to entangle the I'nited States more than the ,ivscnt position does will be opposed by lb" many who beileve tliit financial Fpecuhition by American and Cuban capitalists Is responsible f ir much of tlie agitation and apprehen...

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. — 1 March 1907

7 DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1907. NUMBER 27. v - t. CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALl IMPORTANT ITEMS. BIRDSALL WARMS UP IOW AN IN VIGOROUS ASSAULT ON ship si r.siitv. Iliiislinw Spurned Offer mill r.s Result Subsidy Hunters Aiv on Ills Trull Holds Roosevelt tlic Only Great Man Kvcr Horn in New Viirk. . General debate on the ship subsidy blli in the national house of congress terminated at 2:15 o'clock p. m. Thursday, whereupon the bill wok read under the five minute rule for amendments. Prom that time until the recess at 6 o'clock amendments were offered to the bill and the discus sion proceeded thereon. The leaders on both sides were drawn Into the de bate. By a vote of 11! to 127 the house defeated an amendment except ing the Sierra, the Sonoma and the Ventura, of the Oceanic line, from the operation of the bill, and empowering the postmaster general to make con tracts with citizens of the United States for carrying mall on ste...

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. — 1 March 1907

(Dakota Comity Herald DAXOTJk. CITT, NEB. : John H. Ream, - Publisher Xaturullv a fimn would rather part Ala hair thnn part with It. , After hearing some men talk you are surprised at the small hats tbejr wear. Russia has had an earthquake, hut It ailed to ahake any of the grand dukes loose. Aiwa he polite to everybody. But don't let lhat Interfere with your get ting your fair share. Reports from Cuba say the treasury la full to bursting. It will be well to keep a sharp eye the revolutionists. The blood-ls-thleker-than-woter senti ment doesn't seem to apisal very strongly to Englishmen of the Swollen-ham-Sir Alfred Jones type. Dr. Wiley says cold meat isn't good after three months. Koine e.f the cold meat served nt bonrdlng-houscs doesn't taste good after three days. The man who says blondes will dis appear In 600 years has perhaps over looked the fact that the drug stores ex pect to be working right along. h.ir i. nna- Issnln J25 bills, but as they will be Just as scarce as nil oth...

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. — 1 March 1907

i i i i i it -:' THE WEALTH Of POVERTY. PINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS STILL A CHANCE FOB. THX ROARERS are forever saying Hint tho aver sge American boy with nothing but III two bands, bis brain and his pluck no longer ban a chance. tJone, no the croakers lament, are the good old day when merit, with "Excelsior" on Its banner, could press up ward to the height. Somehow, the path to success Is supposed to be fenced U at Its very start ing point; and all that the poor youth of today i ex pected by the croakers to do Is to sit down outside the 'fence and bewail his sad fate nil his days. Isn't It strange, then, that when a conspicuous man idles and the story of his life comet out. It Is still so often found that no silver spoon wus In his mouth at ' fcirth? Alexander J. Cassatt, president of the Pennsylvania. and as such guardian of n billion of property and em ployer of 150,000 men, who died the other day, round his first employment as a rodman. The first lesson he i le...

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. — 1 March 1907

-b Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. J OflM H. BEAM, PCBL18HF.Il, . hubtwriplion Trice. $1.00 Fcr Yesr. items ui nucicai a. weekly newspaper published at Dakota lity. Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mails a second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. What will Mosey Warner now say about the rerenne law, with regard to railroad taiation? One often looka about him and won Jera why it ia that man; man pnst th prime of life hare ao little with which to proride comforts for tbeir declining Tears. Not infrequently these meu are sober, industrons and reli able. It seems that they should be at least in fair circumstances after 25 or 30 years of labor. An instance in mmd give some light. len years go a man bought a little business in email Iowa town. His predecessor wa highly delighted to sell. The aeller moyed about and was sometimes Rash and sometimes broke. The buy r stack to the business. Now, after ten years, the man w...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 1 March 1907

i) if ha LV SSft0W The only excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder is to save a few cents in price; tfl ROYAL costs you a few cents more per. can than. Alum or Phot phate of Lime powders, but it is worth far more than the difference; ' to keep your biscuits, cakes and pastry.free from the.injuriQui 1 Avoid Local Items Jos A Fore transacted business at Lincoln Saturday. - Gerald Dillon was here from Jack son on business Wednesday. Florence Ellis, of South Sioux City, spent Sunday at the Schmied home. Don't forget Breun's coffee it is still in the lead. For sale at Van de Zedde's. Albert Means and Ida Mauer, of Walthill, were married in Sioux City 'Tuesday. Wilts Foltz and wife returned Wed nesday fiooi a visit with relatives in j . A H Monroe and Frank Combs were tip from Homer to attend Masonio lodge Saturday evening, Mesdaraes Mell A Sohmied, Wm Bauehman, John F Sides and Erutuett Oribble, attended a social grthering in Sioux City Tuesday. Robert ...

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. — 1 March 1907

ttlng-lnff In the P.ara. Ringing" In the eari Is a moat pe culiar condition. It it Interesting to hearn that, thougu the brain to dis jflnctly receives an Impression of Bound, there Is really no so'.ind at all. Tbc ensntlnn In produced by derangement (of the nerves of tha ear, caused by poor circulation or such pressure and terfcrenee as cone from hardened, excessive wax, bolls, etc. Soma ont joddly remarked that when tb ears tsrere ringing they were "Insane" Truly, itbey carry wrong Impressions to the fcraln. Tbey record things that do not ftiappen. Her Maladr. "Too are not looking at all well," ob erred the sympathetic neighbor. "I'm not feeling well, either," said Mrs. Lapsling. "I have suffered sjronles for the last day or twe with the defama tory rheumatism.". Stlmalata (ha Bleod. KmnJreth's Pills are lbs great bleed fcnrlner. They are a laxative and blood polo, they art equally en the bowels, tat idyji and the akin, thus cleansing the Vatem by the saturai outlet of the bedy. J...

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