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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 22 March 1907

1 v 1 i HAVOC WE , . ,w V L f ' ' V - ;rs V -r1:! r$ V -V.i ;r- - - J'.VlV r y h v.;:; r- r. r ; ' - I .. ..... . hi . r: - :: A j 'I ::SrvM,i-fc:f,:R,f;; T .-m , , , i, -.,,.l..fc-J ':-:V.:;':'"- Lj.. : ,. -: ' .. ' : ,. ... . . hi a. 1. Rulnn of Kingston's most cherlshpd relie, the parish church, whpr Admiral Henbow Is buried. 2. Twixted but not overthrown; the curious frlipht of Queen Victoria's Mntuc. 3. The ruina of the Woodbine, the house of Mr. HoLeon, whose wife was killed. 4. Myrtle Bank Hotel after the earthquake, compared by I.ord Iudley lo a shattered doll's-house. T. A lighter conveying the dying, fi. The wteck of the central tower at Constant Spring Hotel. 7. Ituins of Mr. (Jrinan'a bouse, where one person was killed. 8. Ituins of the Military hospital, where forty British soldiers perished. The Parish Church of Kingston, which dated from the lnte aevontcpntti century, was the colonists' most cher ished antiquity. The main part of the building was orig inal,1 but the s...

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 March 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOH a. BKAV, PVBMSUF.R, Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Yesr. A. weekly newspaper published l Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission bns been granted for the transmission of Ibis paper through the nail m econd-class matter. Telephone No. 43. ' UeT Chan 8 Hughes, editor of the Thurston Gazette, hn pnrchaeed the Fender Rnpablio and will consolidate the two papers. Hubbard Bros, who conducted the Republic, will seek a location in the south. Suppose a newspaper man, every tame he hears a man criticise lnm or iii s pioer in public, should retaliate by bold inn nn to the publio gaze the faults and shortcomings of said fault finder, what would be the result? The editor may not know it all but he does arot live in a oommnnity long without knowing a deuced tight more than he publishes. Ex, The Piano Texas, Star-Courier man M much elated over the advertising aloe of his paper. A farmer lost i ball, advertised the fact in the Star Courier and too...

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 March 1907

5 Ml -1 . I ROYAL BAKING POWDER Local Items Mtll A Hchmied was up from Lin coln over Sunday. . WT Bartlett, land Agent of Jackson, was a business Tssitor here Sutuday. Don't forget Breun's coffee it is Btill in the lead. For sale at Tan de Zedde'a. Louis HaDsrnanof Sionx City, cousin of Mrs C M Gray, spent Sunday with the Gray family hero. , August Fisher, section foreman at Norfolk, Neb, was visiting old friends here Saturday. He was formerly stationed at Hubbard. ' Eesidenco for sale. The Mrs John O O'Neill home in Jackson can be bought cheap. See W T Bartlett, ' Jackson, Nebr. Fred Leedom and family of Winne bago, came up Saturday and spent Sunday with the 0,1 d folks at home. Fred did not forget to call on the Her ald while in town. Mrs Paul Kiukel,,wife of the day signal man at the Burlington tower, arrived here from St Paul, Minn, last Friday, and will reside here, perma nent The family now occupy the Mrs Rix house. Will Smith left Saturday with a car of stock and household go...

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. — 22 March 1907

-' J.I- trfcy llMit nrk TUHe Tl Times. Sucking U ft natural stimulant for fable. A wry young baby trigs to get be v hole hnnd In Its mouth, btv, find ing thi fraught with danger, lie sdvts more cuullnns and finally falls on tlto thumb rs tho most enticing member of the burnt, Sucking the thumb act as ft nfe pick me up to lnggard organs. The loncfVial effect arising from the act of deglutlon Is one of nature's fcnpplost stimulants. It Is generally melancholy and fretful children rather than those who nre strong and full of life who develop decided tendencies In this direction. The ineou of this li evident. In states of Vspreilon, wheth er casual or chronic, 1cm blood goes to the brnln; If. then, the thumb be put Into the month nnd n u-klng process Indulged In tV heart will lo stimu lated, new blood will be sent to the brnln and contentment will take the place of peevishness. ' III One fa nit. "Oh! ye, ('holly Is n harmless sort of fellow. The only thin about hhn la that he has brain ...

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 March 1907

... .vt. . . . - - ; - - ' ; 1 r Of Skin Tortured Disfigured Babies SHOULD KNOW THAT Warm Baths With And gentle anointings with Cutjcura,the great Skin Cure, afford, instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy cure of torturing, dis figuring eczemas, rashes, itchings, and irritations of infants and children when all else fails. Guaranteed abso lutely pure, and may be used from the hour of birth. Bold thmwtrierat th world. Depot: London. 27 Charterhouse Sq.j Firla, 6 Hu do La Pali; Amtra lla. R. Towns 4 Co.. Pydnev: India, B. K. Taiil. Cal cutta; Chin, lions' Kooe Dru Co.; Jnpan. M.-iruva, Ltd.. Toklo: Nm.ua. Fem-m (Aptcka), Moscow; Couth A trio, Len-vm, Ltd.. Can Iowa, etc: U.S.A.. rotterDruK Cn-m. Yrp..S'rop3.. lioston. atrFow-fxee, CuUcura Book un Ca.-e ot Uie akla. Canadian Govern ment FREE FARMS fffflOSIft Over 200.000 American farme.'i who have settled j ' In Canada during the paat few years testify to the - ', fact that Canaua i. beyond question, the greatest ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 22 March 1907

CHICAGO. Commercial conditions reflect sustained trength and further progress appeara In the expansion t activity which asoally mark the approach of apring. Wall street's troubles Uae not Impaired oenfV dence In the industrial oat look. New was scales Indicate that labor cost keeps advancing, but apart from a strike which Interrupts hipbuildins satisfactory agree tnenta are reached, assuring peaca throughout thia year. Marketing of farm viroducU again la notably heavy, while the offering of freight are the greatest ver known and transportation earnings steadily exceed the record made by Chi cago road a year ago. Stltlstlcs aa to production and distri bution In this district exhibit satisfactory growth in the leading brancliea. Weather conditions remain unusually favorable to retail operations. The demand for t-pring good on State street proceeds sat isfactorily, and Tenorts Indicate that country merchandising makes headway under the influence of higher temperature. Outside buyers th...

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. — 29 March 1907

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1907. NUMBER 31. i CUmJT llAPFEMiiGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF AU LUP02TANT ITEMS. WANGLED IN WRECK MANY KILLKB AXI INJIKKH OX SOUTHF.HX PACIFIC. Only Two American Killed Outright, . Though Several Arc Thought to He Fatally Injured Wrecked Can An Hurled In Every Direction. - A disastrous wreck on the Southern Pacific occurred one and one-half miles east of Colton, Cal., shortly alter 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon when westbound train No. 9, New Orleans , for San Francisco, ran Into an open . switch, while going at the rate of for ty miles an hour, and ten of the four- '. teen coaches were derailed with frightful results. ( , Twenty-six persons are known to have been killed, and the final list. It '. la believed, will total much higher than this number. The injured number about 100, ' many of whom are seriously Injured and will die. ' The wrecked coaches were hurled In every direction. Pour of them were ' smashed into sp...

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. — 29 March 1907

Dakota Comity Herald SukKOTA CITT, NEB. John H. Ream, - Publisher In Russia yon are entirely rrrw to tote Just an the government desires. Any man can tell a lie, hut It take a Dorn diplomat to Induce people to be lieve it The Indon lancet says the Christ Inas pudding la not Indigestible. Nut unless you eat It Besides, the army con take care of Poult Blgelow If be goes snooping around tbe Isthmus again. What tho Northwest needs la an In Ventlon that will enable snow to be Hard for boating purpose. Evidently the people of England re gard the old plan for a tunnel under tbe English Channel as a terrible liore Count Zeppeleln linn spent all hla for tune trying to nail through the clouds. All bis palaces are now cast Ion In the air. A man named (Jong Ims recently been married. When hla wife strikes him for money, the whole town la likely to near it Spain's lemon crop hns been ruined; but we have never had to worrv much bout the lemons Spain tried to hand us, any bow. Aa to the Jamaica ea...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 29 March 1907

) .1 ipiilMiSa AMEEICA1EADS IN AERIAL NAVIGATION. By Alexander Graham Dell. Ten years ago I was given a per , fort realization of the feasibility of the flying machine. At that time Pro fessor Lnngley hid constructed his first aeroplane and I was allowed to see It In operation. lie had a steam engine In It and It flew about from one place to another, and I managed to get a photograph of It. On two different occasions he was successful with It. That demonstrated that he a. u. bell, was on the right track, iinving a team propelled airship. The fact that the Wright brothers have been able to fly with a machine that weighs l,l25 pounds proves conclusively that the first stage has been passed. Their engine alone weighs more than 200 pounds and their car embodies a great many principles which are In the line of progress. The flexibility of the rudders In front and rear Is something that seema to auger well for the future success. While I have not personally seen It, yet I can readily see ...

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. — 29 March 1907

T- Dakota County Herald Gmtmutlion of the Homer Hertld. JOttW MAM, PtBUSHER. tiiibocription Price. $1.00 Per Yesr. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota Uitv. Nebraska. Permission has been erantcd for the transmission of this paper through the snails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. A leotarer who made the matter todr recentlv declared that it is demonstrated truth that the boy who contracts the cigarette habit before he aa nine years of age will nerer gradu mlm from the high echoel. This ac cunts for the most part for the larger number of girls than lojs In tue grau uating classes. The poisonons arse nio and opium soon nofitshira for men 4a). moral or physical growth. Borne of th colleges and nnirersities decline to accept cigarette fiends. Utnei are considering the same action Railroad shops and other positions are closed against them. Boy yon better cut out the cigarettes. Thurston Gazette. 1 Items of Interest from our Exchanges Hartington News: Miss Maggie Baird spent ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 29 March 1907

Respect C IVE it food that will not irritate or JTrctard the performance of its natural .functions, and it will reciprocate in a way 1 agreeable and comforting. No single ingredient contributes so largely toward wholesome, nourishing, agreeable food as Royal Baking Powder, . Royal Baking Powder's active ingre-, dient, Grape Cream of Tartar, is the most healthful of the fruit products. This is why Royal Baking Powder makes the food finer, lighter, more appe tizing and anti-dyspeptic, a friend to the stomach and good health. Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum The use of alum and food should be PROHIBITED. The con stant use of alum compounds exerts a aeieterious enect upon organs and an irritation organs after absorption. EDWARD ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK Local If ems k M O Ayres went u. Cody, Neb, Sat urday, to spend a week with the ducks. Don't forget Breun's coffee it ia still in the lead. For sale at Vac de Zedde's. Eric Ananes was borne over Sunday from Vista where he is...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 29 March 1907

TWO YEARSJN BED Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cured Stub born Rheumatism When Other Treatment Givo No Relief. ,- Tr. Williams' Plnlt rills have been Vurlng the noEt stubborn esses of fcheunoatism for ne.-.rly a generation ad thousands of grateful patients pave (riven testimony thnt cannot be fccnored. i Mr. Robert Ortbrrt, a machinist, llv lag fit 201 Cameron Street. Detroit, plch., had a very distressing experi ence with rheumatism for about two Jgears. He makes tie following state agent: "About tbe year 1SS7 I felt the ffecta of rheumatism which pradually fcrew worse until I was compelled to up work for a time. Tho years of '97 and '93 I was confined to rny bed anostof tho time. I wa3 tinder doctors' treatment but found no rr!!ef. My legs were swollen from the hips down bard p.nd red blotches appeared all fever tbem. Frequently they paJned fen no that ! bad to bind them tlg'.uly 11 tii strips of linen. This r-nmetlracs IrtpJIoved the pain but ct other times failed to do so. At times I ...

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. — 29 March 1907

PE-RU-NA A MEDICAL COMPOUND In any medical compound s much depends upon the manner In which n is compounded as upon the ingredients used. First, there must be a due proportion of the Ingredients. Bch drug In the pharmacopeia has its special action. To combine any drug with other drugs that have Glightly different action, the combination must be made with strict reference to the use for which the compound Is intended. The drugs may be well selected as to their efficacy, but the compound ENTIRELY SPOILED BY THE PROPORTION in which they are combined. It takes years and years of experience to discover this proportion. There is no law of chemistry, of pharmacy, by which the exact balance of proportion can be determined. EXPERIENCE IS THE ONLY GUIDE. In compounding a catarrh remedy Dr. Hartman has had many years1 experience. In the use of the various Ingredients which compose the catarrh remedy, Peruna, he has learned, little by little, how to harmonize the action of each ingredient, how ...

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. — 29 March 1907

rmniMMii hm i:cbrccko Loiolaturo f v. Roallne Proceedings of Senate. The senate Monday afternoon pass ed the following: bills: By Randall Providing for tha In corporation of (rand and subordinate llecges of fraternal order. By Randall Allowing fraternal or Mara to establish and maintain charlta Ve homes. By Root Requiring private corpo rations to pay employes twloe eacn tnonth. ' By Phillips Prohibiting Judge from hearing case's In which litigant or attorney la related to Mm. By Byrnes Providing for adoption kit township organisations by counties By Randall Providing for the es tablishment of sewage systems In cities iof th second class and villages. Tha senate then wtnt into commit tee of the t hole, with Saunders In tha chair, and acted upon the following bills: H. R.S7I By Knowles. Drainage district bill. For passage. 8. F. Ill By Aldrich. Giving labor commissioner power to Investigate cor- ' poratlons In which public Is Interested for passage. 8. F. 42 By Patrick. Making coun ty...

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. — 5 April 1907

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NRR, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1907. NUMBER 32. v. ) 'A ft y 1X COEOT HAPPENINGS PArmFlA. CHRONICLE OP AU IMPORTANT ITEMS. STONES LABOR TRAIN VOMKN LEAR FIKRCE ATTACK OX NON-UNION MEX. Urlke Breaker Mee In Panle After Sudden Midnight Attack at Lorainc, O. Nearly Every Man ltciunlnliii( uu Hoard Train 1m Injured. A special train of an engine and one coach which hail been engaged to car ry forty non-union men going from Lima, O., to Loralne, O., where the yards of the American Shipbuilding company are tied up by the shipbuild ers' strike, reached Cleveland hits Wednesday night on the Nickel Plate road. Kvery window In the car had been broken and Its sides wore splintered and battered. Of the forty men who were aboard when it left Lima only fifteen were left. H.trdly one was not bruised and bleeding. Oneman was so badly hurt that he had to be sent to a hospital. The car was stoned by a mob just as It was pulling Into the company's yards at Loraine We...

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. — 5 April 1907

(Dakota County Herald Dakota crrr, neb. John H. Ream, - Publisher A complaining woman nnl an empty pockctbook make few friends. "Everybody hates a successful man," ays Mr. Harrlman. And everybody knocks a failure. So what's the use? Venezuela's latest revolution lasted tight days nnd is roiorted to hnvo been almost as serious as scarlet fever. "Dreadnought except herself" leems to be the fitting title of England's toonstcr battle ship after her dangerous trial trip. A 10-year-old Imy Is reported to have made $40,000 speculating In Wall street recently. How ho will cry when they tct It back. J. O. Phelps Stokes thinks there ihould bo public ownership of the earth, fie, too, must have some reason for ranting to make Chancellor Day mad. Even the antl-milclde bureaus will be unable to do much for the people who are In the habit of taking medi cine In tho dark. Ex-President Cleveland has no use (or old bachelors. If his wife had al rys felt that way he might still be one f the detested t...

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. — 5 April 1907

r IIXIUUBLE WRECK OF THE STEAMSHIP "BERLIN" AT THE HOOK OF HOLLAND. . I tv ,' ' . ,' ".' -ii... i ' . ii.,na.'L' i j I" i'. '.'a '.i'" ' 'i.i I NOTED THEOSOPHIST DEAD. ralns Away In India of Col. ttrorr Sert OlroU. Col. Henry Steel Olcott. who, with I X r , .v 41 k ff I W 'i Madame Blavatsky, founded the The osophlcal Society, died recently at his home In Madras. India. Col. Olcott was one of the few white men who ever wore the sa cred thread of the Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. y'V I won thla by his I If r . - , - , f ft v . i j I I . "V . I t m Tl s 1" The wreck of the steiinmhip Uerlln Is the most terrible disaster that has befallen British shipping since the loss of the Prnmmond Cnstle In 18D0. The vessel sailed from Harwich at 10 o'clock on the night of February 20, and after a stormy passnpe she was driven ashore on the North Tier at the Hook of Holland. When she stranded, the Berlin was endeavoring to enter what Is known as the New Waterway at the mouth of 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. — 5 April 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Hertld. JOHI 1. MUM, PUBLISHER. Bubscription Trice. $1.00 Ter Yesr. A ir:Hy newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been prantod for the transmission of this paper through the mailt m second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. The Nebraska Experiment Station baa just issued Balletin No S6, con taining an account of the principal in sects which were injurious to wheat in this state during the past two years, with suggestions for their control and distraction. The bulletin may be ob tained free of cost by residents of Ne braska upon writing to tha AgrionltU' ral Experiment station, Linooln, Neb Items of Interest from our Exchanges Newcastle Times : The Coyle boys were Jackson visitors Sunday, Thurston Gazette: beard and Percy Ilale from Hubbard Monday, Ed Clinken- drove down Emerson Enterprise : Mr and Mrs M McEntarff er went to Homer Tuesday for a few days visit. Pender Times: Walter Niebuhr ame down from the Winnebago 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. — 5 April 1907

i:iniiii(i)iiiii lllilili: ATTRACTIVE RATES A Good Chance to Visit Pacific Coast March and April one-way rates to Li tab, California, Oregon, Wash ington, Idaho, Montana, Big Horn Basin, nearly 50,' redaction. Daily, through Standard and Tourist sleepers. Homeseekers Excursions Frequently each month from Eastern Nebraska to Eastern Col orado, North Platte Valley, Big Horn Basin. Landseekers' Information Bureau: Valuable, free information to seek ers of (iovernment lands and to prospective pnrehasers of all kinds of deeded lands along the Bur lington Route. Write Lanseekers' Information Bureau, 1004 Far- Dtm St., Omaha, Neb. R. J. Reaioner, - Ticket Agent DACOTA Mil, NEB, Ij. W. Wakklet, Q P A, Omaha, Neb When you have a news item that jou would like to see in print, ring np the Herald, No. 43, and we'll print it. Nervous Worn-Out If you arc in this condition, your nerve force is weak the power is giving out, the or gans of your body have "slowed up," and do their work imperfectly. T...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 April 1907

The Minnie Mr. Two rich girls of Cincinnati are de-tv-rlhed as living the simple life. The older la lrt. the other almost 13. They Giare traveled ; rrcr Europe and have ten In Egypt mul Mexico. They loam 'ed French In France, Italian In Italy, German iu Germany. They drive auto rioh'Il, ride saddle horses, plcy tennis and otlier outdoor sports, hav lessons on piano, mandolin and ifultar, go to bed at 9 p. m. and breakfast at 8 a. m. .What, after the amazing calm of their early years, may these (clrlH nt do If they once dorlde to try the strenuous life? New York World. mm May New Wheat Lands IN THE Canadian West (flflfl additional miles of railway thlt year vvv have opened up a largely increased ter rjtorjr to the proirresiive farmers of Western Canada, and (ha Government of the Domioio continues to (It It acre rree la Every Seliltr. The Country Has No Superior Coal, wood and water in abundanre; churches and tchoola convenient) markets easy ol acceae; taxes low; climate the beat In t...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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