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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 1 March 1907

AILING WOMEN How Many Perfectly Well Women Do You Know? MISS GRACE E.MILLER MRswTSTfORD "I am not feeling very well," "I urn so nervous it seems as though I should fly." "My back aches an though It would break." flow often do you hear tlieso sifrnl-' ficant expressions from women friends. More than likely you. speak the same wordy yourself, and there is a cause. More than thirty years no Lydia E. Plnkhainof Lynn. Mass. discovered the source of nearly all the suffering endured by her sex. "Woman's Ills," these two words are full of moro misery to women than any other two words that can be found in the English language. Sudden fainting, depression of spirits, reluctance to go anywhere, backaches, headaches, nervousness, sleeplessness, bearing down sensations, displacements and Irregularities are the bane of woman's existence. The same woman who discovered the cause of all this misery also discovered a remedy. Lydia E. Pink ham's 1 Vegetable Compound made from native roots and herbs ho...

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. — 1 March 1907

' Unionists in Hungary number 53,109. New Jersey Mason want $4.40 for .right hours after May I. la Japanese mills the hours are from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m., and there is no Sunday ff. ',' Union seamen In Germany Increased their membership from 10,000 to 20,000 in 1005. Washington D. C.) Ilorseslioers' tfnion reports Hint every shop in the city except live in in its union. There are only about 1.1O0 lithographic rtlsts In the United States; of these 1,000 are members oi' the union. I'nion carpenters nt Vallejo. Cnl., have made a d-mand fir nn increase of wage from $4 a day of eight hours to $4.50. The National Alliance of Hill Posters and P.illers has obtaineil agreements With ail the citruses and big shows for the season of 1907. Alton (III.) allied trades assembly has the youngest labor officer in the United Htatei. The secretary, a musician, is but 18 years old. Cleveland. Ohio, bus been enforcing the child labor In. Many employers have been arrested for employing chil dren under a hp...

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. — 8 March 1907

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, 3IAKCH 8, 1907. NUMBER 28. CURttENl" HAPPENING FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. HOISTS WHITE FLAC 9 MUUM.W SKKKS PKAC'K Tl'.RMtf Toil RAILROADS. riiignutc Willing to Devote IIIiiim ll to Cultivating Rotter Relations nml Impresses Confidence Hint Proidont Wltl He Iess l:allt'ul Horonftor. "I am ready to make the advance ment of a scheme of co-operation be tween the government and the rail rays my chief Interest," said E. H. jjarrlman. president of the Union Fn llflc railroad, on returning to New fork Thursday from Washington. Mr. Harriman declined to talk about Sio report that ho had obtained con trol of the Reading railroad. Speaking of the agitation against torporate wealth, he said: "They we, nil of us should have lonsidered the possible effects of this igltatlon before It was begun or be fore conditions that made its growth osslble were allowed to continue. If e had all met on common ground tnd co-operated for o...

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. — 8 March 1907

(Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CXTT, NEB, John H. Ream. - Publisher Homo. jncj as siaii n tncy " get re ligion," liegiu to talk about tl) world ioining to an end. A Milwaukee woman Is In trouble because she threw a clock at her bus Wind. It must have struck 1. It would lie a fine tiling if Burbunk r somebody clue could develop n mi lationlcss New York murder trial. A correspondent of the New York Acruld thinks tbp unemployed are liv ing loo easily. How docs tiny one ex pect the unemployed to live? A learned suvunt says earthquake are the result of the sinister Inlliieife iif Saturn. That look like 1st us good a guess as any of the others. Hetty (iiwi'i niece baa been sued for divorce, her husband alleging that she la a spendthrift. This seems to bo a case In which blood docs not tell. An exchange expresses the opinion that the twentieth century will prove to bo woman's century. Still. hIio will no doubt js-rmit ua to share it with Her. The German emjieror celebrated his birthday by mo...

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. — 8 March 1907

What western Canada does. "old ladlana" llolda the Htahon. i Dundurn, Sank., Sept. 30. 1906. fr. W. H. Rogers, Canadian Govern mcnt Agent, Indianapolis; Iil: My Dear Sir When you were at out ipi In July I promised to write you wlwt my North quarter made per acre. Ton VlII remember It wan all norm to wheat. Well, I finished threshing yes terday, and received from It an aver ago of 4.1 V4 bushel per acre testing 64 V4 pounds per stroked bushel. The win-lit la the best sample I hare ever raised o uniform and even in size. Yon ni:iy know It wan a Rood sample when I toll yon that t have already 2,'iCO bnalielM of It for need to my iiCgiiitors. This year 1mm been my beat effort l:i farming during my life. My wlicht totalled 0.2K bushels and my Biil neirly S.OflO. If yon remember t pointed out to yn ; half-section lying Just wwt of our house and joining my uprer quar ter n the south, which 1 on I ! I should have In order to make one of the best farms In Western Canada. I am very glad to he...

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. — 8 March 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JURX H. BEAM, Pt'BLISHF.n. rJubscriplion Trice. $1.00 Vet Ycsr. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota, City, Nebraska. rermutsion him been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. 01 Mosey Warner said we wouldn't fret a 2 cent passenger rate; but then Mosey has been saying lots of things that he didn't mean, or even think. An exchange tells of a man, who took a eitv paper in preference to his hoce-tjwn paper because he more paper for the money, was tr acted by the advertisement of a soape which would be forwarded on receipt of $2. lie sent the cash and in a few days received a copy of the New Teetanent. got at- fire Items of Interest from our Exchanges Decatur Herald : Fred Barnes and Joe Blnmrr were Homer business visit ors laot Monday. Newcastle Times: AE Waldvogle moved his family up from Dakota City and oornpioa the house vacated by O N Hammarlun. Crofton Journal...

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. — 8 March 1907

V Makes the finest, light est,best flavored biscuit, hot-breads, cake and pastry Renders the food more digestible and wholesome ABSOLUTELY PURE ROYAL BAKING POWDEf Local Items. Grace Hager spent the past week at LawtoD, Iowa. Judge R E Evans left Tuesday morniDg on a business trip to Butte, Neb. Don't forget still in the lead Breun's coffee it is For Bale at Vac de Zedde's. Frank Boss was down from Emer son the first of the week visiting his brother, W L Boss. A J Parker, H O Dorn and Jack Burke were Business visitors herefrom South Sioux City Saturday . Mrs Tod Christopherson, of Crofton, who underwent an operation in a Sioux City hospital last week, is improving. J Van de Zedde and son Harold, went to Ponoa last Thursday evenig to attend "Reformation,? rendered by lo cal talent. C E Doolittle was down to Winne bago Tuesday and made arrangements to run a branch barber shop there a a couple of days each week. The Bev John Crewe, superinten dent of the Crowell Memorial home at Blair,...

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. — 8 March 1907

A Square Deal is MsttiTctl you whon you buy Dr. ricree's family mlicines for all the Ingredi ents entering into them are printed on tha linule-wrappcrs and their formulas mti allotted under oath as being complete teed correct. You know Just what you are paying for and that tho Ingredients ara gathered from Nature's latxratnry, bring snlnrtM from tho most valuable nativa jHtdleinat roots found growing In our American tore C3Ttidwh lie potent to curt km tjerfUTtt harrals0nnio tha mos 44lcat wwmaWitiuTinr Not a dro 1 rviicli iM'Xti'r uiftjit is ,ed botii fur Cf I - Jny a.iul rrrsyryjiy; the. lni'.Jllnt) ayiriL'Tcs used In tlii'in. !. ijura I riila. rs '"J glycerine. InU agent possesses taw aisle UMiclnal properties of it own, feeing ft most valuable antiseptic and antl farmr.nV, nutritive and soothing dcmul- lyorrlto nlays an Important pnrt In 1. Pierce's Ooldon Medical Discovery In the cure of Indigestion, dyspepsia and vreak stomach, attended by sour risings, frtrlmrn, foul breath, c...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 8 March 1907

Two Crops per Year) Texas"Guir Corn Eight feet Tall) coast country Two corn crop are raised each year In this wonderful land and the richest, biggest, finest ears of corn you ever saw. The farmers of that section market from 40 to 70 bushel per acre with ?ery little irrigation. Why not take a trip down thert and aee this land which you can buy now tor $25 an acre? Ttllc to owners who clear from $300 to 1500 per acre per year In vegetables- who net $90 per acre In alfalfa who raise 24,000 pounds of Onions from one acre and sell at 2i cents per pound. That is what is actually being done to-day, now, in this "Winter Vegetable Garden of America." Double yield, because the soil Is rich and new and the climate right every month in the year. Perpetual Summer IheWfltwVqJefe&te it. nealthjr an Ideal place to J We yon can ,- MT1rhtrt:un.ur,Tar,rr,drt... me a poaial lor an H0-pae txvk on the Tvkjm Gnll Coat Country. R-art up m It. Write to thoe ppole whuM add rem I win lactly Ire yon on re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 8 March 1907

fJLS MASSED AND BiLATEH IN FIFTY-NINTH C0NQ2E34 Mrnnnrrii Knaeted. rit Session S Railroad rate, i Fore food. Meat inspection. Oklahoma statehood. (fton-lmmnnity art. Employers' liability, j Denatured alcohol. : Consular reform. $900,000,000 budget. 5eeond Session , Currency reform. I Limiting railroad men's hours. '( Japanese excluded. , Immigration restriction. ftinto Domingo treaty, , Ienatured alcohol. Oovernment appeal. ' Haines caloric. fUops corporation campaign fundi. 1 Brownsville investigation. Pmoot seated in Senate. 1 1,000,000,000 hudget. Mrimnrra Killed. Ship subsidy. Anti-injunction. Anti-child lnbor. " Copyright reform. Philippine tariff. General tariff revision. I'uhlicity campaign expenses. -, Insurance regulation. "Originnl package" bill. As affecting the relations of toll government with foreign countries., the Iratlficiitlnn f tin? Santo Domingo Itrentv liv the Senate is noteworthy. It gain affirms the natloual indlcy of the (Monroe Doctrine, and It Is believed k...

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. — 15 March 1907

COUNTY HERALD, DAKOTA V NUMBER, 29. DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MA11CH 15, 1007. .V0LU3IE XV V 1 4 J li "PPfNlNGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF A LI IMPORTANT ITEMS. FLOOD IS DISASTROUS PROPERTY LOSS CI' MILLIONS IV GHKAT vau.ly. Hundred of Houses In RumIiicks Dis trict of Pittsburg Are Submerged and Property Iert Ih Fiiornious ' Equally pad at Wheeling. , Serlousflood conditions prevail in Ivestern Pennsylvania. West Virginia end eastern Ohio. At 7 o'clock Thurs , d.ajr the water reached a stage of 34.6 t..t at Herr's Inland and 34.3 feet al Market street In Pittsburg, and at the hea Tavaters the rivers are now station ary. At, 4 o'clock Thursday afternoor the thirty-mile Ice gorge lit Parker vJVjjPa., broke. The Immense gorge Ir 't the Ctarlon river has also started dowr ' stream. Conditions in Pittsburg are th worst ever recorded. 'The whole low er downton district is under water Duquesne way, Penn avenue and Lib erty street, running parallel with tin Allegheny river, are submerged to f l...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 15 March 1907

(Dakota County Herald D AX OTA CTIT, NEB. (John H. Ream, - Publisher Wlmt In wanted Is wrecklesa rail roading, not reckless railroading. That dark inwt on this planet at wajeb th observer on Mara arc gas lug; In wonder Is Pittsburg. America grows richer by $10,000,000 day. Scvent-elghths of the people iuturnlly have to be content with ci thers. A New York alderman lias been aught taking money. The science of the thing la to take the money and not get caught. ttrltlsh. Columbia baa a politician named Front Isn't he the man to sue eeed Lieut-Governor Snowball, of New Bmnswiek when be resigns? Perhaps It Is a matter of no slgnlfi twnce, but It la n fact, that railroad wrecks have been rapidly Increasing irtnee the passes were shut off. ' Probably Senator Beverldgo drat be Ctjne oppt"ed to child labor when he wii a amall boy and had to follow the plow when he wanted to go fishing. An Ohio man baa been aent to prison fo lt yeara because he baa thl'&een wive He ought to have known non...

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. — 15 March 1907

1 f . i ) "J 1 LEAD LONELY JJVE& W06T DANGEROUS STATION IN THE LIGHTSHIP WORLD. TJnt Malatalaed hr tJaele Sam 0 Kladrkr, Him., la Jfoted Hard? Sallormen Who Coaatantlr , Faee Perlla la Maar Forma. Probably opon no reef guard station la the world have the Urea of brave and bold men been ao often hazarded a up on the Nantucket Bboala light ship, which Is located forty mllea south from Nantucket, Mas. More than half a century haa elapsed since the govern tuf-nt first stationed a lightship at this dangerous and lonesome spot Until recently the lightship was a sail equipped vessel, but now It la steam propelled; yet whether operated by steam or sal the dangers and hard mjw or the men confined on It are ono and the same. Forty miles out at sea, cooped In the little shell that, day after day and month after mouth, swings and tugs at Its 7,000-pound anchor lying In 18 fathoms of water, the life of the Nan tucket lightship nail or man Is one of almost complete Isolation from the first of...

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 March 1907

ft Dakota County Herald Ccntmuation of the Homer Herald. Jus b. heam, rt BusiiF.n. Wubocriplion Trice. $1.00 Ter Yr, A weekly newspaper published at Dakota Liity. Nebraska. Permission bus been granted for tbe transmission of this pnper through the mailt as second-claM matter. Telephone No. 43. In ((peaking of business names m Nebraska town, an excarige cites the following: Aibinnhaaan undertaker named Horse, Falls City a milkman named Waterman, lif-Btrice a doctor named Killnni, Grand Inland a bntoher named JSlmicriiter, Cluidroa a coal deal er named Skinner, Kearney a politi cian named Graft, Chester a merchant named Fabrique and Broken Dow sheriff named Leisure. The mission of tho newspaper it in telligently and fairly Kt.itod in the fol lowing paragraph by 1'rcnsand Prir-tr: "The newspaper is not a police force for the pntiUhiuent of rriine, it is no a promoter of personal ambition; it is not the inquisitor to 11ml out the bid den mis of a community. The news paper of today is a ...

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 March 1907

ABSOLUTELY PURE DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OP TARTAR BAKING POWDER it does not contain an, atom of phos phailo acid (which Is tho product ofbonos digested In sulphuric acid) or of alum (which Is ono-thtrd sulphuric acid), un Iwalthful substances adopted for other ba- king powders because of their cheapness. Local' Items Ruby Brice of Emerson, was guest at the Bcli in it: J home over Sunday. Don't forget Breun's coffee it is still io the ltud. For sale at Vac de Zedde's. Clarence Howard lias accepted a position in the Scbmied store, taking the place of Albert Schumacher. For Sale A couple of good fresh milk cows. . Mes JE McGomoal, JackBOU, Neb. Carpenter Howard Crozier and Painter Wm Niemeyer are plying their respective trades in Brushy Bend this week. Residence for sale. The Mrs John 0 O'Neill home in Jackson can be bought cheap. See W T Bartlett, Jackson, Nebr. Jas King, one of Homen's prosperous merchants, was a business visitor in Sioux City Monday, and remembered The Herald while en...

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 March 1907

On tfcnt nift. Lawyer (cross-etnnilning witness) Art- you Mire you didn't dream that, jlr. l!iiscli? Iy the way, do you teller la dreams' Vlines Not e a fn'mt thing, but I kfiiw tlioy comm5 trie sometimes. lawyer O, they do, do they? Can yon mention a specific Instance? Witness Yes. sir. Yon remember, Mr. Kftrhnm, you psid tne $5 the other day Hint you had been owing m a year. Wall, 1 hut) dreamed the night before that you rift me on the street and paid it I was o istronly Impressed with that dream that I hunted you up tho next day, you rvoIlrct, and dunned you for It. Chicago Tribune. a. -)frV jii aw-a Ely's Cream Bab Isfulctilr abMrkad. ' les Relief at Ones. It cleansea, soothes Jiaala aad protoota the diseased mam brans. It cores Ca tarrh and drives away a Cold la the Bead qnicklv. Re stores tha Sana of JAY FEVEIl Taste and BmelL Full else 60 ot., at Dj a cuts or by mail i Trial BUa 10 eta. br mm v ElyBrothan.MWwwn8tit,NawIrlu A MID. WINTER VERDICT. "ItrlKbt Haaahlaa All Wlaler" ...

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 March 1907

s 1 m FOR' .5;. .VTARRP ?( ."V '?if IS' 4 . 7 iV 1 V : IfcADDER AfvO S. -fJM.il I ITT , ,aiaya..v. I . W. A. Mitchell, dealer in general merchandise, Martin, Ga., 'writes: "My wire lost In weight from 130 to SSponnda. We saw she conld not live long. She was a skeleton, so we con sulted an old physician. lie told her to try Fernna. "Bho gradually commenced im proving and getting a little strength. She now weighs 100 pounds. She is gaining every day, and docs her own housework and cooking." France produces more than twice na many potatoes as the United States. The 'average price a bushel is 25 V& cents. Grandfather's Cure for Constipation REAT medicine, the Sawbuck. Two hours a day sawing wood will keep anyone's Bowels regular. No need of pills, Cathartics, Castor OH, ,nor "Physic," if you'll only work the Saw ibuck regularly. Exercise la Nature's Cure for Constipa tion and, a Ten-Mile walk will do, If you 'haven't got a wood-pile. But, if you will take your Exercise In an Easy Ch...

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 March 1907

r m. M. m s A AAA rf 7'FTfTf TTTv'T TTTTTTTf F A Legislature ;j I 15 us j- Day lu House, i The house Wednesday recommend ed for passage two railroad bills, killed the Sunday baseball bill, recommend d for passage a bill to place Chris tian Scientists under the same rule las other practitioners In the matter of importing on contagious diseases, treated Harve, of Douglas county, like a prince and came very near tak ing up the Omaha-South Omaha con solidation bills. Harvey secured fa ctorable action on H. R. 298, allowing the retirement of notes given to mu- ual Insurance companies; If. R. 219. providing a way for the firemen and' policemen of Omaha to Increase their relief funds; H. II. 147, allowing the bouncll to grant ft person a monopoly Van the garbage business so long as It tfoats neither the city nor citizens' a Veyit. H. R. 170, Harvey's legislative Annexation bill, was called up, but at Ibis request It went over without losing Ita place. Iee wanted the bill dts- Sissed then a...

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 March 1907

V DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. NUMBER 30. DAKOTA CITY, NER, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1907. VOLUME XV I V M. i 4 1 CICBIT UFPEMIFiGSl PAIT11FUL CHRONICLE OF AU IMPORTANT ITEMS. , BABEL AT PRETORIA CONIX'SlON OF T()X(il'KS AT Till.' OPENING or PAlU,lA!i:T. Dutch and English Mixed Dr:ininlio Scenes In Old Oom Paul's Hull Iitii'M Crowd Assemble at IIoiinu of Parliament. The first parliament of the Trans vnal under the newly g.-aiild consti tution met at Pretoria Thursday morning In the hall in. which the lati 1'realdent Kruger presided for no many years over the sittings of the -upper volksraad of the' erstwhile South. African republic. The stage netting was the same as In ,the old days of the dutch republic, but the character In the drama were a mixture of British Imperialists and burghers. A large crowd assembled In front of tho hou3j ' of parliament, where two regimen cs of British infantry were drawn up. For the benefit of the throng the members of the lower house took the oath on the historic ba...

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 March 1907

(Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB, John H. Ream, - Publisher The price of a foreign title Is orten more than tho mere money. , Most bable are homely little thing, but It Isn't well to any so to their moth ers. ' Sir.' Rockefeller' gifts make some of the other philanthropists' contributions look like street car fare. With bis new while broadcloth even ! ing togs Mark Twain will be able to give the summer girl sjine lively com petition. Naturally, a country that Is Riven to ueh mild sports as prize fighting looks with horror uion the Cubans' brutal cock fights. . Mrs. Russell Huge has given a mil , Hon to n college that didn't ask for It. The silence among the other colleges Is . now vociferous. Allies Verue Is so for out of date that It Is possible to go n round the world now In forty days. Of course you have to have the money. Whnt If the supply of coal doclook as If It would give out In -00 years? You will have 1"." years before It will be necessary to worry about it. An estee...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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