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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 July 1907

6 AND mi ra-K-l "Man r.:.y v.-orlc from Rim to nun but woman's wi-.i'is is never demo.'' In order to keep tlio botne neat and pretty, tlio children well dressed and till v. vi)!ii.n orcrda and often ' suffer iu. Bib'-.ice, uf iftinsr ulunjr from ' V....1 . 1 !. II a, ... v.ua LL WOT-.?, KUfJWir.tf; V. L'U they oiil-.t t ) have help toovcreoino the pains and chea which daily luako life a harden. It U to tiiesa women that Lydia E. riaklra'u"s Vegetable Compound, ma do from rmtiro roots and herbs, comes as a blessing1. When the spir it aro depressed, the head nnd back aches, there are drasfgiinr-down pains, nervousness, sleeplessness, and reluctance to go anywhere, these nre only nvmptotns which unless heeded, arc soou followed by the wovA forma of Female Complaints. Lydia E.-Pinkhatn's Vegetable Compound keeps the feminine orp-onlsm lna strong aad healthy condition. Itcures Inilammation, Ulceration, displacements, and or-panic troubles. In prep.iring for child-birth and to carry women...

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 July 1907

Dakota County Herald '.cntinuVion of the Homer Herald. JOBS H. BEAM, PUBLISHER. Bubacripliort Trice. $1.00 Tor Ye r. A weekly newnpaper publialicd at Dakota City, Nebraska. I'ermiaaion has been granted for tlie -transmission of tbig paper through the mailg as second-clans matter. Telephone No. 43. Notices were posted throughout the -couaty Ibis week by Sheriff Uanaen, for the primary election to be held on Tuesday, September 3rd, to nominate -candidates for county offices to be voted for at tbe general fall election. anyone desirous ot getting Ms name on the ticket should familiarize hira self with the new law; and gut his name before the people. The North Nfbraska Eugle was this week leased by Mrs. Charity Hurt, under whose manngement the paper has been since the death of her lins band four years ago, to Messrs O. L. Taylor and D. J. Brown, of Sioux City. The new firm will, without doubt, make a success of the bus:ness, both are familiar with the printing business. Paul Pizey will ...

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 July 1907

1 oarer) ! Semi -Annual CLEARANCE SALE! "TOLLOWING our long established and well known custom we are Semi-Annual Clearance Sale, which will continue our of July. In has merchandising every calender month, week and almost every day in the its peculiar and individual duty to perform which affects all the others in year their combined year-end results. v July and January are the spend-thrifts of the family, but they are also the managers, and on them lies the responsibility for the ship's cruise. . Our last cargo to come aboard ship new and much ver NOT ALL AT ONCE. of and prices. If you need a new to save If you need a light weight overcoat or a pair cf trousers, now is the time to buy and to save. ' ' - If you need underwear, shirts or neckwear, now is your time to buy and to save. If you need hats or hosiery, now is your time to buy and to save. . Members of the Merchants Rebate Association R. C H. MAXWELL, Physician and Surgeon. Galls promptly attended' DAKOTA CITY. NEBRASKA I I i ...

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 July 1907

T 1 Y ... n Dakota County Herald ' DAKOTA CITY,4NEB IOHN H. REAM. . Publisher. A fool nirl U'.n money often make uslness mighty good for (lie lawyers. A congregation must bo pressed for tin excuse when It ousts a clergyman because bis trousers need pressing. Tlie Simplified Spelling Hoard has been Incorporated. Hut do not worry. It. will not become n trust and lncroaso the cost of living. , Howard Gould Inherited n big bunch Of money, but the trouble be Is having he acquired without any assistance from bis ancestors. If the fanner can save what the ng rlculturnl department says the brown rats eat, they noon will become the millionaires ofthe country. A mau has leen ordered by the court to obey 'his father-in-law. That Is next to the most humiliating imslllon lu ichich the court could phu-e him. Occasionally we hear of some rich man's son who runs the risk of being considered eccentric by marrying a lady who has no connection with the chorus. Dr. Wiley snys It In a disgrace for one t...

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. — 12 July 1907

",' , ' LLWJ. REVIVED INTEREST IN CANALS. BABV WITH DEEP BLUE EYES. Baby with th? drop bhin ryes, Rou wlih outwnnl nature linking, Looking up in mild surprise How I wonder whnt you're tliioklngt Life to yon is but n tlrcnm ; Vour Iif' a brook's faint, primal flow in? ; Things around that mrndy efm Will grow real with your growing. Could I fit thorn your sweet "mind Catch the thought with feature plny ln : If I coulil one fancy hind Ere. it pass I" slecpland straying. I should ltnow a mystery, 1 1 iUdpii rloHP in (toil's strong keeping, Orcntor thnn tln changing son Or the blue above it swooping. Chicago Record. Hiram's lucky tasilon j With n whoop tlio Caldwell child ren rushed out to greet their father, and Mrs. Caldwell hurried nfter the;n to head off any raids on the green bob, sled. "Get everything, father?" she called, as she peered out of t'.ie storm door. "Got a plenty," In? called buck, with an attempt to heartiness that caused lier to glance quickly at the sled. Siw had hea...

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. — 12 July 1907

1 CARNAGE OF THE 4TI1: MANY KILLED AN3 HURT CELE. BRATIiGTHE "GLORIOUS." . Allaaraldeal PnlrlolUm Make m Lona Death RollIt en illy Vnvtt JltT It Next and Many of the Injured An Sre to Snernmb. ! Lists of killed lintl wounded pub lislicd the any after the Fourth toll only inrt of tlie story of daughter. The dreadful after 'fTocta of hurts Blight In themselves, font harboring tlie tetanus germ and resulting In lockjaw rind death, ore still to ndd horrors to th grisly talc Stray bullets did the usual amount of killing. Fools with cannon crackers and other deadly Weapons used them where they would do the moot damage. The premature explosion was much In evidence. So the hospitals were crowded and the procession to the cemeteries Itcgan. i From returns compiled on the Citb the roster of dead throughout the coun try held 7.S victims of uilspulded pa triotism. The lists of the injured were swelled largely when final Inventories of the wounded were taken, ond the totals received show that mo...

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 July 1907

i DAKOTA COUNTY HERA LD. NUMBER 47. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1007. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THB NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. BLACK ELKSAUE.Om GUAM) LODGK MOVES TO THIS CUT THE- HEJID. Memphis Lodge Authorized to Prose cute Brethren of Color, Who Arc I'slsrg the Kmblems of tho Order ilUK Day to Ho Observed. The complete and official returns of the election In the grand lodge of Elks held Tuesday In Philadelphia were an nounced as follows: Grand Exalted ruler, John K. Tett er, of Charlevoix, Pa.; grand treasur er, Edward Leech, New York; grand esteemed loyal knight, W. T. Lelckle, Dowaglac, Mich.; grand esteemed lec turlnir knight. Bayard Gray, Frank- Tort. Ind.: grand esteemed leadlno knight, John Phea, Hartford, Conn.; Krand secretary, Fred C. Robinson Dubuque, la.; grand trustees, Thomas B. Mills, Superior, Wis.; Thomas F McNulty. Baltimore, and Mayor Charles C. Schmidt, Wheeling, W. Va.; grand tyler, James Foley, and grand Inner guard, F. M. Taylor. During t...

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. — 19 July 1907

Slrf Msliia on ?1 v(h.)l UT. "".istcr." nshi-tl Melpomene, ' v.hy art t. n clooiuyV" "Beesnso," said Calliope, who. In hor -ryit-':ty tlv mrsp 1 1: n t tvsirtcil over r; !inirnfp ntnl . opir poetry, li id done a IiM-1 day's work.nt her desk, rondinj man Ws.cWr.U snil firing I hem' into the waste lcl:et. "I rim oppressed by a forclxirting Cat njl my Inl'ors hnvp gone for naught. I shrill 01f utterly unknown nnd my ti-.:-i will fwrisli from Ihf cnrth !" I.litlc did she lliislt Hint the most l:,il olicnl nnil so'.il (Jct-roylng instrument ever drviswl for the purpose of torturing the mr of mankind would srnd her nnmo srrenmlnj and tooting down the gen! Chicnsro Tribnn. ONE XAJS'S EXPERIENCE IN WE3T ,EBN CANADA. There Are Thnnaanda of Opportonl tlee la Thla Land of Opportunity. - To the Editor Dear 8!r: The following exiierlenee of an Illi nois man who went to Western Canada six years ngo Is but oue of the thou sands of letters that could be repro duced showing how prosperity follows th...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 19 July 1907

1 5 v Mrs. mrca Stolt, of Apple ton, Wisconsin. "A tiririhbor ait-iff 4 me to . Vmse. i hrgon 1o improve at one." 1 H 1 y Vl Jf44l MHS. HMMi STOLT. Mrs. Kmtna Ftolt, 10C5) Oneida St., Ap pletnn, Wis., writes: "I'eruna bns done mo a pront di-nl of good shire I briii takinir it mid I am always glad to s.n.ik n (rood svonl for ir. "Three years n;:o I wss in a wretched conditiou with backaobes, bearing flown pahis, and at limes wan so Mire mid la no thut I ould not move about. I lind itil!iini:uat luti r.nd irritation, nnd ivl t hough 1 used diii.'ix'iit remedies they did me iio K'lod. "A n.ijjLbor who bud b-en using Pe n:na arlviaed me to try it, and I um glad that I did. I benn to Improve as soon. n I to;k it Bud I felt much letter. "I thank you for your lino remedy. It is certaiuly a cod send to sick women." Catarrh of t'r.a Internal Organs. Miss Theresa Ilertles, White Church, Mo., writes: "I suffered with catarrh of the stom ach, bowels and internal organs. Every thing I nte seemed...

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 July 1907

n Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. IOHH H. BEAM, PUBLISHER. Subscription Trice, $1.00 Per Year. a weekly newspaper published at Dakota l-ity, Nebraska. Permission lias been granted for tbe transmission of tliis paper through the wiaiig aa aeconn-clasa matter. Telephone No. 43. Items of Interest 4t rvi aiiv ETwrkon rVAe mc Hum uui UAViiaitgvo Lyons Mirror: II O Neibuhr, of Pndr, was in town between trains Wednesday, and while bere made the JUirror office a pleasant call Pender Times: Mrs N II Nyo and children retnroed from Uabbord Wed neday.,..Hdnry Neibuhr returned from his trip to Homer and Winnebago Wednesday Sergeant Bluff Items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Bert Hodges, of Jackson, Neb, spent a few days last week bere with friends. ...Mr and Mrs N Krouh, of South Sioux City, visited here a few days last week. Hartington News: Todd Chiiato pherton and Martin Oesterling, of Crof ton, were in town yeaterday.,.. Z ML Baird, Earl Jones, V 8 Weston It Q Mason returned We...

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 July 1907

A A DOW CLOTHING CO. ! Semi -Annual CLEARANCE SALE! i t r of July - year -2 I TOLLOWING our long established and well Semi-Annual Clearance Sale, which our known custom will continue In has we are now conducting throughout the month the i fnlortHor month, week and almost every day in its peculiar and individual duty to perform which affects all the others in their combined year-end results. July and January are the spend-thrifts of the family, but they are also the managers, and on them lies the responsibility for the ship's cruise. of freight has now to be unloaded. liveryDoay is mviiea and select whatever may be useful prices. Every article now in stock Our last cargo to come aboard ship new and much lower NOT ALL AT ONCE. to them at entirely will be reduced, but If you need a new suit for yourself or your boy, now is the time'to buy and to save. If you need a light weight overcoat or a pair cf trousers, now is the time to buy and to save. If you need underwear, shirts or neckwear...

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 July 1907

I Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB IOHN H. REAM, Publisher. When the fir -.iv.'ii fun o: to look for Is a lint time. the tlilnj "Is It a white reft, or a white watst cwit?" asks an exchange.' If yon ran afford only one, brother, It la a vest The only language Gen. Kurokl uses la Japanese, and It Is said he uses no more of that than In absolutely' neces sary. v Some men are born great, some achieve greatness, nnd some can Im part a curvilinear motion to a leather covered sphere. William Dean Howells says It Is a crime to accept money for poetry. Hut Isn't the man who pnys money for poetry also guilty? Ambassador Brycc takes a rosy view of the future of this country. It. might be different If Mr. Bryeo had Kdltor Stead's gift of second sight. Stage conches on their way to the Yosemlto Valley are being held up by masked highwaymen. The far West continues to have some local color. . John I). Bockefeller was arrested the other day for going forty miles an hour In his automobile. Her...

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 July 1907

. A . "-f itf-pif:' V If you ever have the onoortunitv to JAitUCSS n balloon raw. tin un liv nil 1 "fuiis, says Wiillamspurt. (Pn.) Grit. nurse or automobile race Is not In the siuio class, r.t'.d even the human rni?. l quite tame along side of It. The excite ment Is not confined to the eomiet!tors. The spectators share It, and they fert as the balloonist docs that It Is a race egnlnst time and space, with death as n competitor with a possible chance of .winning. The balloon racer is unques tionably altove other racing men. He ' fioos over a course in which ordinarily o obstacles can be placed, nnd he usu- ,lly has the track to himself. Above Is a picture of a recent bnlloon race showing the balloons ready to Start. There are about a dozen of them, ajuf each one Is tugging at the rojies 'Pith hold It captive. One almost fan cies the great canvas spheres are ani mate beings and nre eager to be off at the crack of the pistol, like a trained track horse. The spectators nre stand ing ab...

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 July 1907

I 'iKlNAlNCIAL CHICAaO. Midsummer conditions are now entered Into, but trade In the aitfrregftte dis close Ipsa decline in activity than mural. The volume of distributive trade remain exceptionally wide and the leading Indus trios show no disposition to curtail pro duction, the full employment of machin ery and available workers being impera tive to sustain promiit deliveries. Home plants are yet considerably licliind on old contracts and the pressure here involves much extra effort and overtime to in crease outputs. J Heavy hardware, machinery, furniture and footwear demands average favorably with those of a year ago, and the prices obtained afford a fair margin of profit. A slight falling off in building permit, doe I Dot Interfere with current operations in construction. Leading retail trade has advanced to seasonable proportions, and the clearance snlos make substantial inroads upon stocks of lightweight apparel, boots and shoes and headwear. Conservatism in selections of mercha...

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 July 1907

r DAKOTA . COUNTY HERALD. NUMBER 48. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEIL, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1907. ' J I 1 SU i i 7' I . of WORLD'S DAILY HEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED, KOREANS TO APPEAL ENVOTS STAKT -FOU WASHING. TON TO KKE ROOSEVELT. Toklo Announce that Kom YlehW lleadily to Now Trinity Owing to Conditions IH-lng Much More Favor, able Thun Had Been Expected. Two members of the Korean delega tion that was refused recognition by The Hague peace conference, YI, TJy ongoul and Prince Tl TJylng Chi, left Southampton, Eng., Wednesday on "board the steamer Majestic for. New York. The former said: i "I shall travel direct to Washing ton, where I hope to sea President Roosevelt. It Is my Intention to show America that Japan made Its treaty of November, 1905, without the con sent of the emperor of Korea or the cabinet, and that Korea never gave up lier Independence or consented to the Japanese protectorate." Advices dated Seoul say that a new convention between Japan and Korea lias be...

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 July 1907

"etfvre.1 11 y li.i l i-.i c'.i !!. . Tho lKnit.-.vl'o o' t.-diy would nl- ' fl'ost welcome woium ; t tin' pnlis, even f she has tin - p.-,Mi li leaning that ' way. If n:."'.i n r.mU brln? j shout tlii reform l.!::f.'i lit In nn lu- ttecord. The vrnman r.srrrr.pist was ml J rousing the Coirt' C!i inibcnnaids' Union. "You wotnt n nh;u'.d nil bavo a vote!" She exclalme 1. "Wouldn't wt have to live In one place for t'.irre months?" asked a seek r for Infoi-iiiatlnn. It was not until thrn that the npltn lor fully realized with what she had : to contend. CbiiiKe In Cotton Uraning, , Flut cultivation of cotton, as Intro dueed by tho Arkansas experiment sta jtlon. Is finding favor with the lint grower of that state over the old method of hill tillage, the advantage (belng In the saving of labor and eoon totny of Beod, and, It Is declared, a better iyleld. Under old practice, says Southwest jMngazInc, the soil was thrown tip In a furrow and the seed sown continuously Un a drill. Later the p...

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. — 26 July 1907

The Badjp of Honesty Is on every wrapper of Doctor Plcrre'1 Golden Medical l)i.-eovery because a full llrt of tho Ingredients! comKln;t It '.a printed tlicro in plain English. Forty year of experience has proven It superior worth as a blood purifier and Invigorat ing tonic for the euro of stomach disorders and all liver Hit. It builds up tho run down system as no other tonic can In which alcohol Is used. Tho active medic inal principles of native root such as Golden Seal and Queen's root. Stone and Mandrake root, J Hood root and Black Cherrybark are extracted and preserved by the use of chemically pure, triplo reflned glycerine. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce at Buffalo, N. Y.. for free booklet which quotes extracts from well-recognized med ical authorities such as Drs. Bartholow, King, Scudder, Coe, Elllngwood and a host of othejs; showing that these roots can be dofrftaded upon for their curative action (ball weak states of tho stomach, accomj'flpled by Indlpestlon or dyspepsia, as well...

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. — 26 July 1907

LMhAJltl VA'Ulll) lltiaUl UflX H. MUX, rtBUSUKtt. Hnbseriplion Trice. $1.00 Per Ye r. a wrr-kW newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska.. IVrmhsion lins been granted for tlie -trnmiiimi of this paperthroiix'i l',e niHiU hh second -class matter. T lpi)hne No. 4.1. Political Announcements Notices under thl head will lie run for live cent per line, each lncrton, lrrcnpect Ivo of politic. JSolxKly Inrrnl. I hereby announce rujaelf as a can didste for County Judge subject to the wishes of the Kenubliotns at ttieir prim ones for nominations, September -3. 1907. D. O. ST1N80N. I hereby announce myself as a can lidate for Sheriff subject to the wishes of the Republican at their primaries for nominations, Sept ember 3, 1907. J. P. KockwELL, Hubbard Precinct. I bereby announce myself a an can didate for nomination, on the Demo cratic ticket, far the office of Distiiut Ja Ige of this judicial district. C. II. Whitxry, Darlington, Nebr. NOTICE. A meeting of tlie citizens paity of Dakota cou...

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. — 26 July 1907

R R Time Table Sioux City, Crystal Lake ft Homer LKAVK LEAVE A KOT A CliV 8IOI X CITY 6:10 am.... 7:00 am 8:00 a m 9:00 a m 10:00 am 12 m 1:30 pm 2 :30 p m 3 :30 pin ,. . 4 :30 p m 5:3C p ni 6:30 p m Leave Hlonx City nt 10:0 for Prystnl trfike t nn nl meet Ureat Northern train at Soutu Hloux (Jltjr, on return trip. C, 8t. P., M.a o. Trains leave Dakota City at the folio-ring time : VOBTH BOUND. SOUTH BOtiND. .5:62 pm Omaba 7:35 am 10:00 am Omaha 5:13 pm -3 :37 pm Norfolk 8 :20 am 9:01 am Norfolk 5.32 pm 7:58 am Newcastle 10:00 am 2:08 pm " 6:08 pm SUNDAY TftAINb. 6:52 pm Omaba 7:35 am .3:37 Norfolk 5:32 C B ft Q WEST 2fo. 83 Local Freight 7:30 am 11 Passenger, Omaha and Lincoln 12:47 pm EAST :No. 86 Lcal Freight 2:15 pm 10 Locol Passenger, .6:33 pm Local Items Subscribe for The Herald -$1 per year. All the latest designs in wall paper at L M Leslie's drag store. W L Boss and family have returned from camp life at Crystal lake. Will Adair Kiira ' nn from Omaha I Tuesday evening for a...

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. — 26 July 1907

Dakota County HoraW DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, Publisher. No matter how small n man's world taajr bo, It Is big enough for lilm. If wo are not inl.stakeu, Mr. Walter Wellman now holds the record for con- , tlnuous starting for the north pole. In time the Crar may get Into the btblt of dissolving dumas before breakfast, as a means of working up an apatite. In contemplating the coming apple famine It Is small consolation to learn that Florida Is ready to hand us any quantity of leufon. "And now," remarks the Kansas City Journal, "It Is said the government will Investigate the shoe trust. Is this the lest" .Yes, this Is awl. Probably It hnsu't occurred to the prophet who Is going to "endow women with the gift of tongues" that be is several centuries too late. The Atlantic liner of the future doubtless will have a spacious deck ar ranged as a golfing ground, with club bouse and all the conventional belong ings: A contemporary suggests that tbe band wagons In tbe 1908'campalgn will ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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