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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 5 April 1907

A Positive CURE FOR GATARCE! EIj'j Cream Balm It kklr ibtorbttf. ' OIm Relict at One. It cleanses, soothes, heals and pyitects the diseased membrane. It cure Catarrh gad drive away Cold in the, Hasd quickly, fteatores th Senses of Tut and (JmslL Fall hh 60 eta. at Druggists or Wy nudl j (THal sis 10 eta. by tnaiL At Brothers, (6 Wimg Street, Nsw York. J'Nt.rvii,ii.fsl HIM Hasfies Itcligs And Til C 5K1 PI Speedily Cured by Warm " Baths With fflwlSil And Gentle Anointings Of (The Great Skin Cure, vhen all other remedies andevenphysiciansfail. jGuaranteea absolutely pure, sweet, and whole some, and may be used from the hour of birth. SoH tbrongbout the world. Depot, in an cities. Potter Injg & chem. Corp.. Role Props., Bntiion, WBook on Torturing. UUftgurlnc Humours. Lavtna? Klne. My rtoi tried to bite me. I liked the doj, so I kicked lilm lovingly In tUa Jsw. He understood tbst arzuinent. My frroeor tried to cbvtt mo. I liked the frocw. I did not klA Mm In tlio Jaw, but I told him...

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. — 5 April 1907

CHEAT EVENT IN CHP.I8TEN00M. Wartd'a liadar Scaool CTtilei ta Be Held la Roma. Next month, In the "Eternal City" of ftorae, Italy, there will b held on of the moat Important and far-reaching fathering, of the time the Fifth World' Sunday school convention. Previous conventions were held In Lon don lu 1S89 and 1808, In St. Louis In 1893, and In Jerusalem In 1904, but the coming assemblage 1 expected to stir pes them all in Interest and results. Extensive plana are already In opera tloa to make It a leathering unique In the history of the Christian church. The thousands of delegates and work rs In attendance will represent 202,000 Sunday schools, with 26,000,000 mem bers, from Iceland to Cape Colony, and from Alaska to Tibet. Men and women speaking more different tonguea and representing more different secta and creeds will meet In hnrmonloua con clave to promote God's kingdom than probably ever before In history. While the official language of the convention will be English, sectiona...

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. — 12 April 1907

Y DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEW., FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1907. NUMBER 33. ClMBiT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF AU IMPORTANT ITEMS. 5TO RENEW DEMANDS 'employes or iuckkiw will 8KKK IH(;lIKH WAGES. onnclly llcfuse to Discus Nature of IHnuuidu to He Presented to Pnck ers Union on Its Pert for Urol Tlmo Since Disastrous Strike. Butcher workmen who tied up the meat cutting industry throughout the country In 1904, and who finally suf fered defeat In the struggle, have been organizing for several months and it Is said arc about to present demands to the packers. It is said the packing butchers In South Omaha, East St. Louis, St. Joseph, and to a certain ex tent in Kansas City and St. Paul, are joined with the Chicago butchers in the movement. A meeting of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butchers' Workmen f America Is to be held In New York April St to fix a date for concerted ac tion in presenting their demands. Joseph Masterson, of New York, second vice president of the ...

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. — 12 April 1907

(Dakota County Herald xxajlota crrr, neb. John H. Rmm, - Publisher There will always be plenty to do In the uplift line. A comblnntlon of dyeing concerns It talked of. Can't they, wlitn Independ ent, make a living dyeing? After long study Mrs. Russell Sage bat hit an a sage way In which to ex pend a $10,000,000 chnrlty fund. A scientist declares Hint In a few tore centuries the red-hended girl will disappear. What will become of the White horses? There's one good thing nbont egg hell cars. Passengers who nre not pinned down can generally llud plenty of holes to crawl through. Professor Jenks of Cornell says It Is possible for an honest man to get rich. Still, It Is to be feared that the short cut will continue populnr. Brander Matthews bus been honored by Prance, besides having a Carnegie hero niedul coming to him for starting the new peekaboo style of spelling. A man gave hunger as on excuse for stealing forty loaves of bread Natur ally the court did not Understand how man could be...

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. — 12 April 1907

ODERN se Pacific Despite laws, cables jfcnd warsKips , adventurers continue piracy in the South Seas . . . - Within a few weeks the Pacific has fielded two stories of pirate, lit a time when piracy was generally believed to have become one of the lost profes sions. Developments have shown that tho black flag, metaphorically speaking, till flies over crn ft in the Pacific Ocean, although the times of those cap tlvatlnir gentry who scoured the Span tab Main of the Atlantic have indeed passed away forever. Compared with the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic la a narrow lody of water, hut the Pacific, the romantic old South Sen famed for financial 'bubbles" and for the adventurers who have sought It for their country's good. Is almost bound less In Its extent The combined navies of the world could nut properly police the great, sea, and it has Innumerable. Islands, charted and uncharted spots of land which appear and disappear In the Immense depth of Its waters In the most erratic and unexpec...

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. — 12 April 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JtVJW H. J) CAM, PVHUSHEU. HubRcri-plion Trico. $1.00 Tor Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City. iSebraska. Permission has ben pranted for the tratismisiuon of this paper through the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. One day of the Interstate f-'ir to be held in Hionx City this fall will be de voted to the celebration of the firt mas in northwestern Iowa fifty years go by a Cathoiio priest in Sioux City. The recent session of the Nebrsska legislature fulfilled every p'omise made in the republican platform, and enacted more Vq'iare deal" legislation than any other body of lawmakers in the history of the state. Senate file No 217, which wna mode a law at the session of the legislature just closed, is a free high school act providing that pupils of school districts in which a full high school course is not maintained may attend high school in any other district, the coftof tuitiou to be assessed against th...

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. — 12 April 1907

iiliiliiii'jiihi litillii: SEE CALIFORNIA NOW Special to California. Hound trip rates to San Francisco and Linn Angeles, about ball rates, April 25th to Mar 18th. Be sure , to go one Taj Tia the Shasta Route and Pnget Mound only 112.50 more, Btoporers, Tariable tad at tractive routes . . Cheap, One Way West. JJaiiy dunug April one-way rates to Utah, California, Oregon, Wash iogton, Idaho, Montana, Big Horn Basin, nearly 50 reduction. Daily, through Standard and Tourist sleepers, Homeseekers Excursions Frequently each month from Eastern Nebraska to Eastern Col orado, Wyoming and Big Horn Basin Landseekers Information Bureau, Irrigated lands along the North Platte River, in the Big Horn Basin and Yellowstone Valley on terms cheaper than paying rent, and, money paid on a water right is nieney saved. Send for new de scriptive folders. M. M. Abrams, - Ticket Agent DAVOTA CITY, NEB. L. W. Wabelet, G P A, Omaha, Neb It Takes Nerve Everything1 depends upon your nerves. It is nerve force tha...

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. — 12 April 1907

A Woman's Back . JTts many achra and pains caused by weaknesses and falling, or other displace ment,' of the pelvic organs. Other ymp tovnt of female weakness are frequent lieadarho, dlwlnrss. Imaginary specks or Mark spots floating before the eyes, gnaw big sensation In stomach, dragging or Iwarlng down In lower abdominal or pelvic region, disagreeable drains from pclvlo organa,falnt spells with general weakness. If any considerable number of the above symptom are present there la no remedy that wTHjtt ve quicker relief or a more per jlnatent TSra than Dr. Pierce's Favorite PrekMFtiCIt has a record of over forty rears of euitwyit Is the, most potent Invigorating tonic, arvl st.rcr.gtlienln pif nr.r- 'ITS V"?'" M mrdlral aelenco. It is made t (he glyceric extract? of native medlcl made nal roots found In our forests and con tains not a drop of alcohol or harmful, or habit-forming drugs. Its Ingredients are II printed on the bottle-wrapper and at tested under oath as correct. Every i...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 April 1907

HOIIESTJIDICIIIE tRY On. WILLIAMS' PINK WULS FOB STOMACH TROUBLE. Convincing Evidanc 8worll by Guaranty That Muit Canvlnc Tha Moat Skeptical. Dr. WiUiuxnt' Huk Pilla aw a doctor'! prescription, ocd by aa emineat prao- Etiooer, and for nearly a generation sown aa m reliable household remedy throoglioul tlie United States. Need teas to lay, no advertised medicine could retain popular faror for to long a period Without ha ring great merit and it ii the In valuable curative properties of the pill that have made them a atandard remedy In every civilized country In tlie world. Added to this is the absolute guarantee that the pills contain no harmful drug, plate, narcotio or stimulant. A recent bvidence of their effloacy is found In the statement of Mrs. Ii. B. Wliitley, of Soiley , Art. , who says : "I had suffered for a g"d many years from stomach trouble. For a long time I was subject to bad spells of faintneaa and lack of brentli accompanied by an Indesoribable feeling that seemed to t...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 April 1907

WILL OF DR. DOWIC. feevla Balk ( to. RtM Ofcetattaa OaSholle ( kirtk. x The last win of tlio Jate Jeha AKx andcr Dowle kail been filed for prebnte la tho County Court of Lake Comity, . t Waukrgau, 111. It devises the bulk tof the estate of the dead lender of Zlon 'City to cxtead the Christian Catholic Church, ef which he died the exiled 'and exeesimnaleated bead. To the widow, Mrs. Jane Dowle, only the' strict allowance demanded by the law is be queathed, and to his son, A. J. Glad fitone Dowle, from hath of whom Dowle died entranced, the sum of $10 la de vised. An attendant, Barnett Burleigh, la given $1,000, "a his fee and reword for the loyal service that God used him In, In the saving of my life In Jamal-' ca." All of the remainder of tho property, the existence and value of which la clouded by extensive litigation, is de vised to John A. Lewis, a friend and adviser of the dead prophet, who was In Mexico at the time Dowle died. In fcrlef the provisions of Dowle's will are : Orde...

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. — 19 April 1907

7 DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NER, FRIDAY, APRIL 11), 1907. NUMBER 34. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH riTMMi nv ad iud mdw np ! TUB WHOLB WORLD. ISCONSIN DEADLOCK tA FOIJKTTE THIS FAR VNAIILli TO 8WIXU ASSEMBLY. Candidate of I A Follette for Senator , Practically Tied with Esth. Cooper and Honroiit, with No Indications; of a ItrcaV In Any Quarter. deadlock exists In the context for seat In the United State senate ' vacated by John C. Spooner, of Wis consin.' After several caucuses by the Republican members of the ' legisla ' ture and the taking of two formal ballots in Joint session there, were no indications of an election. There are sten candidates In the field, Ave of V'iom have about an equal number of 1 ijniif. StetthanHnti. n wealthV lum berman of Marinette and who has been a stanch supporter of Senator Robert M. La Follette, in Thursday's Joint ballot showed a strength of 19 votes, being tied by Congressman John J. Esch, of La Crosse; Irvine I Lenroot. of Superior, form...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 April 1907

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. Senators I'latt and lepew must have 4 iKNir opinion of Senator Spooner. . A. politician In Strathroy, Ont, was pepped on by a fast trotter. That was I horse on Ulm. Ono trs-oble with an Insanity plea la hat It csa't always be stopped at a lonTenlent lace. Mr. Hanriinan says everybody hates I successful man. Not If he keeps his foot oft everybody's neck. As for the Chicago and Alton, It was not "the only vay" for Mr. Harrlmniij It was only one of his ways. f Mr. Rockefeller bad given his un divided attention to the accumulation of money, however, he might easily have leen a rich man. "Is it wise to let sleeping oneestor lie ?" usk a Philadelphia paper. The trouble I the wide-awake descendants do all the lying nowadays. There will k? some real trouble In this country If two of the panics pre dicted by our great railroad men ever come together In a bead-on collision. Americans are said to be the most profane people In the ...

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. — 19 April 1907

1 t'7-vv;-' rtf?: 'Ov. .; ; vj I g-Tf " , .... Trrr"-i4 v , I - The cuillng In the hall In tlw Taurido ralace, St. Pe tersburg, where the Douma meets, Rave way and fell Into the body of the chamber. Nearly 200 of the Deputies' seats were covered with planks and plaster and the fine chandelier was completely destroyed. Quite three-quarters of the celling collapsed. It Is believed that the huge WAITING. Corae to the hills, the woo:ls are green The heart is high when love Is sweet There is a brook Hint flows between Two mossy trees where we can meet ; ' Where we can meet and speak unseen. 1 hear you laughing in the lane. i The heart is high when love is sweet The clover smells of sun and rain. And spreads a enrpet for our feet Where we can sit and dream again. Come to the woods ; the dusk Is here The heart is high when love is sweet A bird upon the branches near Sets music to our hearts' glad beat Our hearts that beat with something dear. I hear your step; the lane is past The heart is...

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. — 19 April 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. H. BHAM, PUBLISHER. Subscription Price. $1.00 Tor Year. A weekly newspaper published nt Dakota City, Nebraska. IVirmission has been pranted.for the 'transmission of this paper through the tails m second-class in titer. Telephone No. 4.1. Moses Warner of tlie Lyons Minor admit that "this has been one of the heat foffislatnres to stand by the peo pin that Nebraska has ever had." Provided the supreme court does not awBi.nl all the laws enacted. When the krsslatnre first convened Mosey talked tarwngu his hat a good deal and said tb lrgislatnra would tot puss any rood laws, now it is the supreme court. M oees is a failure as a prophet. fcm erron Enterprise. County School Notes. BT SUFT. GEO. i. liOUCUEK. Rrffnlar examination Friday and 8aUi relay of this week. Kichth crade examinations will be heild in Homer, Hubbard, Jackson and Dakota City the last of this month and nrst of next. Among thn school laws enacted by the last legislatur...

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. — 19 April 1907

E OXACIDS o) Aiuura 1-1 Dm F m In England and France the Sale, of Alum Baking Powder is pro hibited bylaw because of the in jurious effects that follow its use. The law in the District o! Columbia also prohibits Alum. n food., 'You may live where as yet 11 1 'ill ! I mil Him imnw I ill I'll ll ' . ('iOMAlMiUri rwi - wife you have no protection against Alum, fih 1 0 . i j- The only jyre protection against Alum in your Baking Powder is fo Geo Niebulir was borne from fiiont City oyer Sundsy. Janus King of Homer was Lore on business 'Wednesday. George Carter visited at the M O Ayres Lome Toesdey. . Al Tiiey was over from Sioux City Wednesday on legal business. Black walnut fence posts for sale. Enquire of Mrs Mary It MoBeath. Miss Florence Park, of Randolph, is risking at the L M Leslie home. Wanted two car loads ef pota toes. L M Leslie, Dakota City, Neb. Dick Broybill is engaged in doing some paperhanging at Lew Arabrights. Genuine Bhakcspcar reels, $2.00 to 1115,00. TheOrcutt Co, Bio...

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. — 19 April 1907

A SOCIAL LEADER OF KANSAS CITY . AtlribuUt JUr Excellent Health to Vt-ru-na, m : v . v l v MRS. W. H. SIMMONS. MRS. W. H. SIMMONS, 111!) R. 8th St., Kansas City, Mo., member oi tbe National Annuity Association, writes: . "My health was excellent until about year ago, -when I had a complete col lapse from overdoing socially, not get ting the proper rest, and too many lata suppers. My stomach -was in a dread ful condition, and my nerves mil tin strung. "I was advised by a friend to try Pe runa, and eventually I bought a bottlo. I took it and then another, and kept using it for three months. "At the end of that time my health was restored, my nerves no longer troubled me, and I felt myself ones mors and able to assume my social position. I certainly feel that Pcruna Is deserv ing of praise." There are many reasons why society women break down, why their nervous systems fall, why they have systemic or pel v in catarrh. Indeed, they are espe cially liable to thesa ailments. No won der th...

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. — 19 April 1907

I Mil OF i for Preservingr, Purifying and Beautifying the Skin, Scalp, Hair, and Hands. ' CutMOTS Sosp eomblr.ellct madltfnal.erool Urnt. aanaUr., antlaeptio properties derived from Cutlrura. the .rest Hlon cure, wiin oiepureal , of sap onaceous tntredtenui. and mutt rerrhluf flower odW TBenSta: London. 27 CIrtrhoua Bo : rarij, JT Rue d U Pals; Australia. R. 'ftwni 4 On Syd St: InJlT B K Paul, Calcutta: Bo. Africa, I.en Kn L.7cp. Town, etc.; Bo.ton. 137 Columbus ire , Hotter Chit ("hero. Corp., Sola Pwi lir-Malled Free. How to Preserve. PurUv.and , Ihaiill'r lb ajua. Seal", Hair, aud Haads. Money Fsslly Made KaftttJy UK); ano.14 Uninaal aelart ,our lot far r. O alu II pi) 11 1. . am,,, li.l K.t.I Co., TaJlaaaaaeo, Fla Mica Axle Grease lengthens the life of the lu wagon tares horse- 1 1 power, time and tcm- I per. Best lubricant in mmim9 the wnrlrl. rnntalna powdered mica which i forms a smooth, hard coating on axle, and reduces friction. If yon want your outfit to last and earn mone...

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. — 19 April 1907

MILLIONS ARE STARVING. Vaunlne (nAltlona In rhln nanlt In Cannibalism. 'TTWoirnime from twenty point in (hi frmiTia district of C'hinn report that con f.tlnn are growing worw. Ten million persons are auflpring from lnok of food nd ere facing starvation. Members of la relief committee st the front report !uit they 1Uu the hod i en of the sufferers bleated and tint tbelr faeea turn jrreen tr black the result of starvation. The fceopl are pulling up the growing crops tor food. Whole families hate been ljund dead In tbelr houses and corpses re seen lying by the roadside. Probably I CLOSE OF THAW CASE. JURY FAILS TO AGREE IN UREAT MURDER TRIAL. ramoaa I.raal Rattle Laata for Three Month .Proreealnae Mava Beea Eagerly Folia wed fcr Raadlna; Pablle la Two C'ontlaaata. The Tbaw Jury disagreed and the torn trial of the murderer of Stanford 6,000 peraoiiM are dying dally from star White ended without result Tbaw was ration. A few cases of rioting for food .have occurred and cannibalism la beg...

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. — 26 April 1907

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, APRIL 2 G. 1007. NUMBER 35. r; LATEST BY TELEGRAPH ClCUtARY OP THE NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. INSULT MARINE CORPS ALLEGED INSULT TO VKItXRM OF MARINE CORPS. Two Men Ejected from the IXHigres sional Library In Washington Al ios It Ym Because of the I'nb forms They Wore. As a result of the episode In the congressional library at Washington recently in which two members of the marina corps were ejected from, the building, Secretary Metcalf will order an Investigation. It is his intention to sue u re the testimony of both sides, and ha will appoint an officer from the advocate general's office to act In conjunction with an official librarian, having expressed the wish for a full linqulry Into all the facts. , It was claimed by the watchman jthat the marines were detected In the act of flirting, while the men charge hey were ejected because they were n uniform. The report of Private Elliott, now attached to the battleship Kansas an...

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. — 26 April 1907

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. Advice to criminal lawyers: When hi doubt try the hrnln storm. Sometimes It lsik as If rrovldcnce lad provided Jiint alM)Ut enough ex tremely rich young men to serve the world's horrible examples, . The king ef Slam lias stnrted on a Measure trip accompanied by his twelve wives. An entirely original Idea of having a good time. It doesn't seem right tlint human life should lw so cheap when every thing ise Is ma high. The era Is one ' f high living iiiid quick dying. A might have been rpoctid. Archie -Roosevelt ha xvli!pKsl tlie diphtheria germ and Iioch s.unc d:iy to be able to tackle a mountain Hon or a bols-at. King F.dward linn a collection of I'D curious walking sticks, but he doesn't get half mm much fun out of them a Mr. Uoosevett does out of one big tick. Senator Cnllom would like to we Mr. Ilarrluian In Jail, but ns It 11 not the railroad maulmlator's chief mission In life, to please others he will try to keep ou...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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