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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 May 1907

ETDIAUA PEOPLE 13 WESTZB.H CANADA. What Shall TVe not I've Got t Build Urstnarlea." A letter written to a Canadian gov ernment agent from Tipton, Ind., is but one of nrinj- similar tbat are In tbe bonds of tin? Canadian jwernmcnt agents wliose privilege it is to offer 0110 hundred and sixty acres of lund free, and low railway fa rod. lSut here Is a copy of tlie letter: Tiiton, Ind., Nov. V.S, l'Kirt. "At your earnest solicitation a party of us from Tipton h-t't May 15 for Western Canada. Our Interviews wlt'i Jon and n earerul study of your lilera ture led us to expect great thine of your country v. hen we should arri ve there, and we were not disappointed. We went prepared to make a careful examination of the couutry and Its re sources, and wo did so. At early dawn the second lihiruing out of Tipton we woks In n new world. As far as the eye could reach was un apparently lim itless cxp.ir.se of new sown wheat and prairie grasses. The vivid green of the wheat just beginning to stool o...

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. — 17 May 1907

CHICAGO. Developments in commercial affairs liscloee a sustained confidence in the out look. May payments through tha banks usually are a teat of soundness, and it 1 notable that while much heavier this month than heretofore, there la no special pressure in money and default remain remarkably, small. Low temperature yet delays a seasonable activity in leading retail lines, but less fear is flt as to the crop. Transportation by rail and lake reflects an enormous tonnage movement f freight, and new demands make con siderable addition to the assured period of future employment at the mills and factories, although the upward trend of costs and difficulty in Retting necessary supplies to some extent hinder operations. Shippers find railway facilities steadily Improving, and, with the water ways fully opened up, the conditions become more, favorable for increasing movements of ore, coal and forent products. Tha markets for raw materials reflect rapid consumption. Reports from the agricul ...

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. — 24 May 1907

a DAKOTA COUNTY . HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, XER, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1907. NUMBER 39. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP TUB NEW5 OP TUB WHOUB WORLD. COREY AIDS IIEFOBM :si:d AsiioiMM!'.i,n example of Mvor.ci: kvil. Speaker Sec (io il Sign in Wave of Indignation returning Wedding Sa.v Church 111 Have to Hurry to Keep Ahead of Public Opinion. The Preshytertiin general assembly at Columbus, O., Thursday received and adopted the report of the special committee on marriage and divorce and adopted resolutions rejoicing lr. favorable result already obtained and expressing the hope of more radical reform, reaffirming deliverances of former assemblies regarding marriage and divorce, and enjoining presbyter ies to "enforce the standards of the church, to hold to a strict account all ministers under their care and to urge all ministers to tegurd the comity that should refrain from giving the sanc tion of our churc h to member of an other church whose marriage la In vio lation of the luws 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. — 24 May 1907

i Madame Midas i tty rrjtu Ham 4f b - CHAPTER XXVIII. (Continued.) Kitty Marcburst heard aJl thin evidence fa dumb horror. She now knew that after ruining her life thii man wanted her to die a felon's death. She arose to her feet and stretched out her hands In protest gainst him, but before she could apeak a sjrord the place seemed to whirl round her, And ahe fell down In a dead faint. This went catixed treat excitement in court, nd many began to assert positively that he mast be guilty, else why did she faint? Kitty was taken out of court, and the el imination was proceeded with, while Mad ame Midaa ant pale and horror-atTiirk at (be revelations which were now being (Bade. Vandeloup further deponed that the fettle Kitty took from hia desk waa quite full J and, moreover, when the other bottle which had been found in her room waa ehown to him, he declared that it waa aa nearly aa possible the an mo sise aa the offssing bottle. So the inference drawn from thii waa that the bottle prod...

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. — 24 May 1907

I,rirt Prlated, Book. The largest book yet printed Is a eolownl atlas of engraved nnclent Dutch maps. It takes throe men to move It from the Riant bookcase rn which It It Stored In the lllirnry of the British Mu seum.' Thin monster book I bound In leather, magnificently deeornted, and Is fastened with Hasps of solid silver, rli-biy gilt. It is irttllkely to be stolen, however, for It Is nearly peren feet hijzh and welch SOO jKiunds. This, the larac3t book in the world, was present ed to King Charles II. before leaving Holland In tlie year 1CC0. iVVi-i .'.avVfel. mm. ilia dnont. s ions. Sl ,l' FF" rgn To eon vino any Mil If If woman that p.x l3f 153 fjBl t,M Antlneptlo Mr 111 ifU fa Pi Improve bur hi-nUb H U vhrm and, do All we cliilin HHktdEdfo, ii. -wo wt send her absolutely free larva trial box ot Paxttne with book of lustruc tlons and genuine testunonlnl. Bond your name and address on a postal curd. PMTIH factions, such as natal catarrh, peltie Ciitarih and Inflammation caused by...

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. — 24 May 1907

e Dakota County Herald Coawasatien at the Homer Herald. JOB M. aiUM , rCBttSHEB. Snbscrrption Trice, $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mum ma seconn-ciass matter. Telephone No. 43. Brnce Bnndy, who was tried at Te kamah laat week for murdering II Austin, a neighbor, was found guilty of manslaughter. This is a case where a roue can debauch another man Home, murder mm, and then eacnpo with a sen tense of a rear or two in th pen, which he will probably never be compelled to serve out. The jury even urged lemencjr in His case. Items of Interest from our Exchanges Hartington News: ZM Baird re turned Monday evening from a bni ness visit in the southern part of the state. Carroll Index: Henrr Borlels ha bought of the Citizens Bank of Wayne ine quarter Section south of Chas Hob bins quarter. Newcastle Times. Mrs Will Mike sell and Mrs Ogden returned to Ponca Saturday. They had bee...

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. — 24 May 1907

J 1 X Colorado Lands. Do you want to make 50 to iuu per cent on one. two or more of the thousand dollars that is now bringing you a very small, if any, income. If you do, come with me to Julesburg Colorado, any Tuesday of the month and investigate the rich and productive but cheap lands of Sedgwick county, Colo. The land will positively advauce 50 per cent and upwards during the present year above the price at which they can now be bought. Cheap rate excursions every Tuesday. Write or cal for more information and litera ture about Northeast Colorado. W. T. BARTLETT JACKSON. Nil, W. C. EQkhewrt -Scientific Refract ion ist. y Spectacles and Eycglavsea Accurately Fitted. Coiiultation and Examination Free. Office at residence. citr, NEBRASKA C H. MAXWELL, Physician and Surgeon. Calls promptly attended DAKOTA OITT, NEBRASKA Keep Your Nerve It is nerve energy that runs the organs of your body. The storage battery is the nerve cells in the brain and spinal ord, and from this battery - nerv...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 May 1907

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. IOHN H. REAM, Publisher. The green worm in tne least of the troubles of. the Southern tobacco planter. The Thaw trial hns supplied its les sons. One Is, think twice before you hoot then, don't shoot. An armless couple were recently married In Ohio. Tbey bnvc no Inten tion of going through life hand In hand. The cause of universal pence will ret some of Its "hardest Jolts when It H proposed to do away entirely with military titles. An ex-fildeminn has Just been robbed, the 2d feature being that lie has re tired from polities nnd there is no way for him to got even. There Is a time for all things, as the Kansas nan discovered who struck his mother-in-daw Vlth a clock and was sent to jail for tblrty days. Russia and Japan have both evacu ated Manchuria now. Russia might bar caved herself a lot of trouble by jetting out on October 8, 1!X)3, as s1h bad promised. ' In case universal pence Is agreed upon we may expect some wicked cor poration to get a...

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. — 24 May 1907

r. THE PRIMROSE PATH. HOW FEE ITCH SEAMEIT AJLE THAIS ED. ojennotid I ' F rT'ni fl,n" ot chrstnnt tr I ( Are all unfolding onn by on. 2 "V the I i: nrr j im J .m. t 1) . vl .1 . I CTTia breath of April's In the brfMW. ' The long streets glisten in the nun. The taswled lilacs in the square Are full of nods and whisperings, While black-bollcd poplars stir the air With hints of happy secret things. The town is all so fair and fine. The streets they make so bravr a abow ; And yet and yet Corinna mine, TIs now the pale primroses blow. TV woods are calling us to-day Where grassy hills fall fold, on fold ; Come, let us take the primrose way And gather wealth of faery gold. Tnt off your dainty silks and Ince ' For leathern shooti and homespun gown ; Coma, leave this bustling market place To play the truant out of town. For though in town the sun shines gay, You cannot henr the sweet birds sing; Come, my Corlnon, come away, ' And let ns go a-prlmrosing. Rosamund Marriott Watson. A HEROINE of...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 May 1907

f THE PRIMARY Hanne Roll Passed by the An Art entitled: "An Act to provide ir imar election! ana to reanieie u" "; , nrnrlila for the noinlnetlon of certain Ali1. ..rt.ln nMloes lit mull I' h.ry elections; to provide for the election : stele una connijr rtnn"""" ; versl political parties; to M-rmlt c lo express tiieir cnotce ror 7 Senator and upon proposed crmstlttitlonsl Ijiendments: to provide peualtles fr.r vio lation! of the provisions of thin ' amend action of ol.t.-T Aniiotsted Itatntes of Net.rsskn for U. il to re be I tiild orljlnsl ectHn, and to repeal lections f!7t4, win. r7i. nTi". fi.is. pi''. Ra. 67:21. f.722. .. Bfl, 5t, t, f'"?. r--i &10, .'.Ml. 7ff, .r.7(.K ... f.l. 6774 M73. f.774. n7ifi. find, of t -i.l.Ucr a An tooiated ftntutes of Ncl.rr.ekn. Ksilnl Onl.lyii 8npi.lcii.vnt for the yenr JWKi. an the -nine now elxt, end all acta tor parts of acta In conflict with the provi sions of t III act. , . I It Enncted by the LcKlsliitiire of the Ktn.e of Nelirneks: Secti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 31 May 1907

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, VOLUME XV DXKOTA CITY, XER, FRIDAY, MAY 111, 1907. NUJIBEIi 40. L Ta V cumtorr happenings FAITHFUL, CHRONICLE OP AU IMPORTANT ITEMS. U ROYAL SCANDAL mwxish sovr.Kr.iGN housk is IH)lU'l:i TO DEFKM) SUIT. Heirs of an Opera Singer Claiming to l!o Sons (if I mho KIiik Establish (lie Might to He Heard in the Su. prcnie Court. The supremo court of Spain has de vW& Itself competent to try the suit of the heirs of Elena Sanz, the singer, ngninst the heirs of King Alfonso XII. Klena Satin was a beautiful Bohe mian opera singer, with whom Alfonso XIX.. father of the present king of Kpuln, became enamored. She bore the king two cons, the eldest of whom named Alfonso. The singer was hel from Spain after the death fonsn XII. find died poor and friendless In IViis In 1899, though ths king Is said to have fully provided for her In his will, leaving her an ample annuity which was to revert after her .loath to nor children, who were min ors, to be paid to them until they be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 31 May 1907

Nothing I Ate Agreed With Me. iff ..-VV"'--;:V, I -A- MRS. LENORA BODENHAMER. Mm Ienorn Rodcnlinmcr, It. V. I. 1, Cox 1M, Kernersvillc, X. C, writes: "I Buffered with stomach trouble and indirection for (ionic time. 1 1 I no.liin; tlint I ale agreed with inn. 1 wis very nervous ntxl experienced a continual feeling of uneasiness and car. I oo!i medicine from tliu doc I or, but it did me no good. "I found in one of your lYrjtia luniks description of my symptoms. I then wrote to !)r. Ilnrlninn lor ndvire. lie said I had catarrh of the stomach. I took reruns and Mnnnlin nml lolhcved fiis directions nnd enn now ny :I:U 1 feel an well as 1 ever did. "I hope that all who ire i .filleted v.iih the name symptoms will '.nko Pcruuu, us It has certainly cured me." The above is only one of hundreds who hsve written similar letters to lr. Ilartman. Just one such case a this entitles IVruna to the candid consider atlon of every one similarly afflicted. If this be true of the testimony of one per s...

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. — 31 May 1907

t I 1 A Bold Step. To ovcreomn tho well-grounded and reasonable objections of tho more Intel ligent to tho use of secret, medicinal com yjounds. Dr. K. V. l'lereo, of liufTalo, N. mo time ago. decided to make a bold lirtnre from tho usual cotirso pursued J)a maker of put-iin medicines fordo- l.iiTstiC t!SO. and. SO has nnhlUhnri hrna4. cast and 01 my to tne wnolo world, a full o list of all tho Ingredients and come entering In no composition of his wide v celebrated levies. Thus be has taken bis nu men is lAtrons and natlent Into bis lull Tm nee. Thus too he has re novelAiVfiiedlcines from tmonf secret nostrmir f doubtful merits, and made themUficmctits of Known Com dob tt ion. I?y this bold-Men pr, Pierce bus shown; tLatm rnrmiilnTTm. i.f fmrFT.-ri;,;tirn 1 l;V'l .ls IK)t I arid .to subject them to t ,i" liillnl, ami liny., a ISot only W i in- wrnpjier of every bottle of Iir. I'lerWa lioUlrn M.llcal I Mseovery. the laiiioun ineiliclne for weak Htoniai'h. torpid liyer orlilliousnen ...

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. — 31 May 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOtfK H. BEAM, PI EtlsUEK. Subscription Price. $1.00 IYr Your. A weekly newspaper published at 'Dakota City, Nebraska. ' Fermission has been granted for Die transmission of this paper through the mails, as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. I- S a from our Exchanges Allen News: Mr and Aim Gene Nordyke and Earl Lylo were down from Bioux City to attend the Lylo Ilryant wedding. . .Walter Stinger and Floyd Fegley departed for North Da kota Tuesday morning, to oiek land and wives, so tho boys said. Here's Loping they got a good piece of the for mer. AVausa Gazotte: Iter and Mrs An trim attended tho Methodist district conference at Randolph last Thurs day.... Mws Edna Antrim, niece of Rev Antrim and attending school at Wayne, Neb, vitdted with the family of the latter over Sunday ... .Rov J II Hmith, before this pastor of tho local Methodist church, now of Homer, Neb, was renewing acquaintances and shaking hands with friends in t...

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. — 31 May 1907

All &6e (Glove CSosiery suvd ndorwear AYe going out like chain lightning. SEKING IS BIv LIEVING. The world loves a man for what he does, and not what he says; and they appreciate him much more when what he puts in print, he delivers to the people. Any item you find advertised, you will be able ' to come here and get it if you want it. We don't stop half way when giving the people bargains. WitK New Methods and Now Ways tvrad New Prices we are going to make this store the penny saving store, as well as the dollar saving store, for all the people. We are just the plain, common kind of pco pie ourselves, moving along, doing the best we can, inviting you in, trying to. treat you right when you arc lure, asking yeu to come back again and just make our store your home. Zho Little Wares' Notions, .Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, are all moving out with lightning rapidity, and the Silk Sale has eclipsed all former events in this store. Silks here cost you but little more than others get for cot...

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. — 31 May 1907

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB IOHN H. REAM, Publisher. Aceorning to .Mr. Stead, men do not respect women In America. llcspcct them? Not only that thoy worship tliem. Cuba wants a standing army. Hut If slie had one the chances are that It would be lying ltt tbe hammock half the time. A baseball umpire was mobbed In Cuba a few dnya ago. We guess the Cubans will get tbe American spirit If we give them time enough. An explosion lu Vancouver blew a piano away through the roof of a house, which at this distance seems to be case of music in the ulr. "Why shouldn't women projiose?" asks a corresimndeiit In one of our ex change. Well, for one reason, because few men would have the nerve to re ject them. A Boston street car conductor found $rp,Xit) belonging to a lady and was re warded with a smile. It Is no mean triumph to thaw a Boston woman up to the smiling point. A man was urrested In Boston re cently because he had an Insane desire to spend money. It Isn't explained whether he w...

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. — 31 May 1907

iiiiiiy RICH FLU America Soon. To Supply Bulh: of rechcra Used Wifhin Ifs Borters The wise and daring Investors who transplanted ostrich farming from Af rlca to tlic United States are eongratu lating themselves now. They are reap Ing a harvest now, such as perhaps they never dreamed of, for the plumes of the gawky bird are at the top wave Or popularity that has lasted ever since ine days when Gainsliorougu painted his world-famous beauties with huge tats covered with ostrich feather. Since that daj If not before It, In fact, the ostrich plume has lain very close to the feminine heart, but Its vogue this year surpasses all records. The fair votary of Dnie Fashion may array herself In all that Is beauti ful and costly, her dress may lie purest silk, her fingers blaze with diamonds, her coat he precious fur, but she Is not nIpy unless the whole be surmounted by a picture hat, with two, three, or perhaps four superb ostrich plumes. It Is almost Impossible for milliners to meet the deman...

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. — 31 May 1907

Jk Age cnnnot wither the Infinite vnrloi f of an actress' husbands. Now York tall. Summer will have to go some to wke tip for tills spring. New York rail. A woman linn ou awful good time oping other women envy her. New "ork Press. The more fun you could have spend- money, the more you don't know Jtiere to get It. New York Press. , Contrnets niny be divided Into bnr alns, mnrrlages and rittsburg mntrl xinlal alliances. New York Sun. tf the Spanish bnhy has bad Its first ttnek of eolie, the news has been care ully suppressed. Washington Post. . In all probability there will be no hortage in the wheat crop except for trading purposes. I'hlladelphla Tress, , Millinery stores are now advertising be "airship hat." Another way to nake the money fly. Washington ?ost. Ruef snys be fears injustice In San Tranctseo. But It's exactly the other Jilng that scares him. Philadelphia j When wheat reaches $1 the farmers ire reconciled to the wicked men In J pit who "deal In futures." -New Cork Tribun...

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. — 7 June 1907

0 DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JUNR 7, 1907. NUMBER 41. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUSIBAKY OP tHB NEWS OP TUB WIIOLB WORLD. JAPS IN UGLY M00I I1ISIXO AMJI'K OVKH CONDI TIOXS IX HAN ITtAXCISCO. I Onp Prominent Newspaper Chnracter Iws Sun Francisco Outrages as -I Worse Tlion Murder of Missionaries " lit C'hinn. The Hoehl, a paper published at Toklo, which Is supporting Count Okuma In his position on the Ameri can question, says: The San Francisco outrages are worse than the murder of a mission ary In China, which resulted In the occupation of Klao Chow. "Who would blame an appeal to the last measure If an Impotency to protect treaty rights Is proved?" ' 1 W a hnnA linii'aiai V a . Arnhnaan ..v. ....,.,5, ilor Aakl will be firm enough to make the Washington government quickly take measures to mete out Justice to the Japanese." The Nlchl Nlchl says: "Even traditional friendship will not escape a rupture should Incidents like those that have occurred In San Fran c...

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. — 7 June 1907

Nursing luouu-i untl Ovcr-burdcner! Women tn all stations of life, whoso vigor and Vitality may havo been undermined and broken-down by over -work, exacting toclal duties, the too frequent bearing of vhlldrcn, or other causos, will find In Pr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the most 1tint, Invigorating restorative strength ilvtr ever devised for tholr special bene fit. Nurslngtnothcrs wfNJind It especial ly valuable iksuitaining ijclr strength find promntlngn itaindant nourishment or the child. xrctant"orir too will find It a prlcolesSLHWrMT tho mtcm for baby's coming and rTlc!ng the ordeal comparatively painless. J WAQJn linr"l 'P "T state, or condition of.uic fcjnale system. IMicaui; ilf'YviJuSr'wpnli women, who Buffer from frequent headaches, back ache, drapging-cfown distress low down In tho abdomen, or from painful or Irreg ular monthly periods, gnawing or dis tressed sensation In slomnch, dUry or faint upc'lls, sco imaginary specks or spots floating Iwforo eyes, havn dlMigrcci...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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