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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 30 August 1907

BECTIOU OF THB RUTKS AT CONEY ISLAND AFTER THU FIRE. v Z5 11AL or OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS (I 1 1 1 ( - i ; , 1 r " t ill 33i?V .'-UV, " 1 LVr-vw-lrU.-;V-L- WHERE FLAMES LA TP ED Coney Island, the famed Eastern pleasure resort, had thirty-five aires swept over by the recent fire, w hich was the most disastrous In Its history. Steeplechase Torti, with Its scores of amusements, one of the threw grent enterprises on the Island, was entirely destroyed. Near ly 200 buildings Including hotels, restaurants, saloons, THE TURNED DOWN LEAF. Sphere's a turned-down leaf, some writer says, In every human life; A hidden story of happier dayi, Or of death amid the strife ; , A folded leaf thit the world kno-vs not, A love-dream rudely crushed; The sight oC u f:;co Out is not orgot. ! Although the voice he hushed ; (The far-di.st.aut sound of a ""At strings, '. An echo in the air The hidden page may be full of rich thliifrs ' Of things that once were fair. There's a hidden pag...

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. — 30 August 1907

I trsa A SONQ. tf you'll sing a Hong a you go along, la the face of the reul or the fancied wrong ; In spite of tie doubt if you'll fight it out, And show a heart that in brave and Mont ; If you'll laugh at the jeerj and refuse the tears, You'll force the ever-rcluct.tnt cheers lliat the world denies when a coward cries, To give to the man who bravely tries ; And you'll win success with a littlo song If you'll sing the aong at you go along! If you'll sing a aong as you plod along. You'll find that the busy, mulling throng Will catch the strain nt thn ir!,l fniln That the sun will follow the blinding rain ; That the clouds will fly from the black ened sky ; That the stars will come out by and by; Andyou'll make new friends, till hope descends From where the placid rainbow bends; And all because of a little song If you'll sing the song as you plod along! If you'll sing a song as you trudge along, You'll see that the Blnging will make you strong j And the heavy load and the rugged rond...

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. — 6 September 1907

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. Si VOLUME XVI, DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1907. NUMBER 2. L LATEST BY TELEGiUPii SUMMARY OF THB NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD. HINDUS DRIVEN OUT MOM RAIDS MILL, WOHKKRS IN WASIIINGTO.V STATE. I'oflce Powerless to Protect Ulnck In vaders from India, Who Hail He come Insolent Victims Aro Severe ly Beaten. Six badly beaten Hindus are In the hospital at Bellinghnm, Wash., 100 frightened and half naked slkhs are In jail and In the corridors of the city hall, guarded by policemen, r.nH sonic, where between Ilellinghnm and the British Columbia lino 750 natives of .India, beaten, hungry and half cloth ed, r.re making their wry along the L. fyrent Northern railroad bound for the f "Canadian territory and the prptectlon of the British (lag. The lonp; expected cry, "Drive out the Hindus," was heard throughout the city and oion the water front Wednesday nirrht. The police were he!p!c:s. Authority was paralyzed and for five hours a mob of half a thousand white men ra...

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. — 6 September 1907

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. IOHN H. REAM, Publisher. It Isn't child labor that till tne re form schools ; It Is child Idleness. YTljen Adam discovered tlmt he was hy of clothed he put on his thinking tap. . A patient man can win the admira tion Of any woman except his own iifs, Btepladders and alarm clocks have kelpod lots of people to get up In the Vorld. You may say what you please, but It bays better to say what pleases other people. Nothing Jolts tho average man quite o hard as the attempts of a homely woman to flirt with him. About the surest way to keep your Same before the public la to get It In scribed on a tombstone. When a man tries to unlock his front oor with a fountain pen at 2 a. in. there's another brainstorm brewing. The energy a small boy expends In a ball game would cultivate an acre of potatoes If attached to tho end of a boe handle. It's all right to Judgo a man by the tompany he keeps, but It Isn't fair to judge a woman by the company sho Is forced to...

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. — 6 September 1907

A SACRIFICE OF SUBMISSION IN MOROCCO. M I'M - m Br AT m ' 114.11 W W 1 ST k 1, MtM F K CI ' - ' 4 A RKBKL MAKES HIS PEACE IN THE SULTAN'S CAMP. A REBEL After the brljiund hsulcr's flight, the I'Jebulas, a tribe that formerly adhered to Haisuli, sent a messenger to make submission to the chief of the victorious Muhnllas, who cnme from Fez to Tangier to restore order. Iu token of submission ho sacrificed a bull before the Kald's tent The old Sheik and the person sacrificing have taken off thoir shoes nceordlng to the Moslem rite, but the officer of the guard, who has European shoes, does not conform. The flags have a religibus -ignlficanee. The bull was hamstrung before Its throat was cut It Is reported from Tangier that as soon as Kald Maclean Lad been captured by Kalsull, he managed to send one of his useless escort to visit each section of the Ilkmass tribe with instructions to sacrifice an animal before the "DEEP CALLETH UNTO DEEP'" When softly and lightly The south winds are danc...

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. — 6 September 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald, ionftn. kf.am, rcnusnF.n. Bubacriplion Price. $1.00 Ter Ye nr. A weekly newnpnper published At uaitota t lty, ehriisU. Fermiswion lins lieen pranted for the transmission of this im per through the mailt as 8PCond-clHK matter. Telephone No. 4.1. Political Announcements Notice under thin henrt will lie run for five cents per llnp.enoli limcrtldii, l r re, pec b Ive of politic. NoIkmIjt Imrreil. $ i I Items of Interest 2 I from our Exchanges Fonca Journal : Mel Harden was callod to Dakota City last Saturday oil account of tbo eerioua illDess of his mother near that place. Sergeant lilnff Items in Sloan, Io, Star: Martin Hawk and faoily, of , Goodwin, Neb, visited fiiends and relatives in and near town the past week. Allen News: Mrs Lon Armbrigkt and children, of Dakota City, visited aeveral days of last week with her i iters, Mesdames John Allen and lVcliard Twambley. Thurston Oazette: Misses Cora King and Ada Lewin wore sailers at...

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. — 6 September 1907

ilreefrom Alcohol i Since May, 1006, Ayer's Sar- Hsjpariila has been entirely free ft from alcohol. If you are In poor health, weak, pale, nerv ous, ask your doctor about tak ing this non-alcoholic tonic and ulcerative. If he has a better medicine, take his. Get the best always. This is our advice. V. publish our formulas 9 yers Wi banlah alcohol froiB our mediolnM Wo oro jrou to oonauit your doctor A s'.ugcish liver means a coated tongue, a bad breath, and constipated bowels. The question is, "What is the best thing to do under such circumstances?" Ask your doctor if this is not a good answer: "Take laxative doses of Ayer's Pills." Mie by tlio J. 0. Ayf Co., Lowoll, Km. . i IIS LP J You - Ought to Go Somewhere This Autumn Cheap One-Way Colonist Rates Daily during September and Octo ber to Pacifio Coast and far west points at about half rates. To the East The low rate Jamestown Exposition tickets can be used for your Autumn trip to New York. Boston, and other Eastern cities. These 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. — 6 September 1907

At Sea In n Cofiii. It was the French nssassln Lttpl' he escaped to sea from Cayenne In coffin. He managed to got soma nils, tar and cotton, and one dark Vlght he got Into the ootlin shed. He elected a fine, stanch and sen worthy oflln and fastened the lid In order to turn It Into a deck, leaving a cockpit t'.ftlc!ent to enable blrn to craw) In. He in Iked till the Joints as well aa he could, nnd when this work was fin tabed be made a pair of paddle out of two planks. Then he brought out hi craft with great precaution. With out much difficulty he reached the water's edge. Silently and slowly he proceeded In the hope of reaching either Venezuela or British Cuh-.nn, 150 nautical miles distant. Fortunately or unfortunately for I.upl. tlie steamer ' Abolllo. returning from tlio Antilles, off Paramaribo picked hlni up. half arownoa ann nimost in u miming con dition, nnd a few hmrs later he was lo Irons In h! cell. Kipcrlmentf rice. "You have n ni.e otllce here, Mr. EIu'.;s. Do you have m...

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. — 6 September 1907

FREE RAILROAD FARE AND PASS. 40 the Interstate Fair, Sioux. City, I Iowa, Sept. 7 to 15. I Cut this out andniail today to L. H. Jones, the' piano man, Sioux City, Jowa, together with the nam of aiy one who la going to buy a piano now or within two or three month and yon will receive an order on the North western National bank, of Sioux City, Iowa, for a draft sufficient to buy you a ticket to the fair for any day you may designate, together with enough to pay your railroad fare if you live within 160 miles of Sioux City, provid ing, however, we sell your customer a piano during the fair. If this should be read by anyone who Is In the market for a piano we will make you this proposition, In addi tion to the above: If you will give us a fair chance to sell you a piano and we do not, and you buy during the fair, we will pay you in cash the amount of your railroad fare and hotel bill dur ing one full day, and buy you a ticket to the fair. Our object in making you this offer Is to get a ...

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. — 6 September 1907

A STORY OF THE BELL ROPE. Adopted for Train im Iteanlt of n Olil-Tlme Cnmlmt. . Although there docs not seem to be anything In common between pugilism find railroad rules, jet the adoption ot the familiar bollrope" thnt stretches through every car of the modern train was the result of n fistic encounter, says the Philadelphia Ledger. At the name time and by the Issue of the name combat the supremacy of ,tho conductor In railroad travel was ordained. It was Philadelphia which gave both to the world. One of the oldest railroads In the country Is the Philadelphia, Wilming ton & Baltimore, now known a the Philadelphia, Baltimore & Washington, which was opened In IS37. The first fiehelule contained one passenger train, whch went to Baltimore one day and cnmc back the next, which was eonsld- ffcoil a remarkable feat In fust travel. ihen a train a day eiich way was placed in service the triple of the two cities served concluded that the acme of convenience In transportation hud bee...

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. — 13 September 1907

V.' DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, DAKOTA CITY, NEIL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 111, 1907. NUMBER a. VOLUME XVI I n n t 9. t LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THB NEWS OP THE WHOLE WORLD. MUST FIX BOUNDARY JAPAN TAKES t'l KOItEA'S CASK AGAINST CHINA. iHx-s Not Deny that Jnan Has Sent Troops to Take Possession of tin Disputed Territory Says Justice to Koreans Demands1 Settlement. "Japan's policy toward China In the pending Korean boundary dispute haa been made necessary by the character of growing relations between Koreans and the Chinese government. Japan must settle the boundary line definitely in order to do Justice to Korea. A set tlement will be to the triple advantage of Korea, China and Japan." This statement was made Wednes day by Viscount Sluzo Aokl, the Jap anese ambassador to the United States when his attention was called to the dispatch from Toklo saying the Japan, ese government had officially an nounced Japan's policy of yielding nothing to China and that Japanese troops were hurrying to ...

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. — 13 September 1907

THE CHARITY GBRLJ X By EFFIE A. ROWLANDS I chapter sxvn. Jack had gona. II had waited on at -fee little cottars a weary week after that trening when Jean had crept down and p jrently ai possible had told him of jaadrey's strange aversion to seeing him. "It is only a whim," Jean said, hur irdly; Ve must humor her." i That same night It waa, when they trere fitting alone in the tiny dining sfeeoni, that Jack suddenly poured out the 1 irhole miserable atory Into Jean's ears ; ) the atory of that bnll ; of how he had n hoaxed Into driving over to see Mr. ison, who had never sent for him ; of fSl the horrible things he had heard about Audrey; and, lastly, of how he had rome . spoa her In the summer house, with Bev erley Rochfort at her feet k!sinj her stands. I 'Tot yourself in my pla-e. nnd jn 1,?e I judged. Do not view things as they Are now, or you will be hnr.l'r upon me than I deserve," he s.iiil. as he leaned weary, aching .brow on his hand. "I will not be hard upon you nt all, fjo...

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. — 13 September 1907

4 tr V. l"Ve The manager ef an office had advtt Used for an office boy. In consequence lie was annoyed for an hour by a atraggllng line of boys of all slice, claiming various accomplishments, "Well," he snld to a lnte applicant, 'I suppose you can read anything and write anything and figure a lit tle, and use the typewriter a little, and "Naur!" Interrupted the boy, "If I could do all them thing, I'd strife yer fer yer own Job, I ain't nothlo but an office boy." Lie got the position. Bohemian. i ismsm& The Seed Wre There. Farmer Nubbins (shouting across the arden fence to his next door neighbor) Hey, there! Whnt are you burying In that hole? Neighbor Oh. I'm just replanting some of my garden seeds. Nubbins Garden seeds, eh? Looks to me mighty like one of my hens. Neigh bor That's nil right. The seeds are In Ide. London Mall. The Irish linen industry Is booming as It has not flourished in years, largely on the expanding exports to the United States. CASE OF ECZEMA IN SOUTH. Suffe...

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. — 13 September 1907

Dakota County Herald Continuation of the Homer Herald. JOHN H. BEAM, PCBLI8HEP.. Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at . Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission 1ms been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. The high mncka-mucks of the dem ocratic party aro endetToWng to plan a full ticket for the fall election. This would be an easy matter if done according to law, but these same ring leaders are trying to bull matters either to have County Clerk Ross dis obey the law and plaoe the names of the candidates, chosen by the dictator at Jackson, on the ticket, or to get them on any old way and then laugh in their sleeves at the slaughter on November 5th. A county committn was selected by "the push," and as nar as we can learn it is as follows: Dakota, II E Brown; Covington, John Jenkins; Homer, Timophy Mnr pliT ; Emerson, Antone Wilkins; Tigeoj Creek, GeoThackr: Hubbard, Dun Uartnett; St Johns J M B...

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. — 13 September 1907

1 1 V i 'A v it 1 0 1 Cough of onsumption 9Yc-r doctor will tell you that f-ch n ! AnI f n A J - uu auu (uvu iuuu aic the real cures for consumption. Gut often the couh is very '::r:i Hence, we suggest that YOU ask vour doctor ahotit ma J you.- taking Ayer's Cherry 1 Pert jrsl. It controls the clck- H!:'r", ouicts the coueh. W publish our formulM Vo b.tnlHh aleohol from our ra41oiuM Wo ur you to consult your dootor An.r's Tills nt bedtime will cause I Haw of bile, and produce a i.vc ffect the day following, i ' n -:h hox. Show it to your v ' S understand at a glance. - r' 1 st bedtime. ' - ') '. C. AyerCo.,I,owtll, Mm . You Ought to Somewhere Go This Autumn Cheap One-Way Colonist Rates Daily during September and Octo ber to Pacific Coast and far west points at about half rates. To' the East The low rate Jamestown Exposition tickets can be used for your Autumn trip to New York, Boston, and other Eastern cities. These are the cheap rates of the reason. Late Autumn Trips West Low rate ...

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. — 13 September 1907

Dakota County Herald FISH STORIES; THE TJNE THAT GOT A WAT. and other domestic conveniences and mechanical appliances, and by the al most universal reduction In price, gas has more than held Its own. DAKOTA CITY, NEB. IOHN H. REAM, Publisher. The quality of tlio postal cards has been Improved. Not the comics. A Chicago clergyman confesses that fie prefers kisses to biscuits. Nothing crusty about him. Owing to the operations of the threw! trust comparatively little will be saved by a stitch In time. King Alfonso, B.;rthn Knipp anil Waldorf Astor unanimously ngreo that this Is a great year for boys. An Indiana spinster lived seventy years without speaking to n man. She must hold the record for sustained grouch. Optimism's headquarters should lie established In Washington. F.very year the people of that city expect to have a winning baseball team. The announcement that In England the men are the weaker sex will come s a surprise to a number of college towing crews In America. The phono...

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. — 13 September 1907

) OLD TIMES. Old times In the country theni's the times for met Never uothln' like 'em, an' never more will bet "Wasn't any railroad trains a-blowln' 'loud an' free They was all the. brightest times best o' times to met Old times In the country, whero the sweetest violets growed; Best of all the best times that my heart bns ever knowedl Feller loved a gal, he kissed the best an' sweetest one, An' old folks did tbelr knlttln' by the doorway, In the sun. Old times In the country I kin see 'era still, Hear the cool, sweet callln' of the copse-hid whlppoorwlll ; Hear the midnight slngln' of the thrlllln' niockln' birds An', best of all, the music of my sweetheart's sweetest words t Old times In the country smoke a-curlln blue From the old clay chimneys with the backlogs burnln through! Old times In the country wherever I may be, . fTllm' tht l-nfr hacf Hmoa -. nil ..... fiillra ai .via! -... IUC tt IJ ISVOl V ..tlla U Mil 111J lUinB 11 iJIU '11 tank L. Stanton. m si? 'Twixt Gup and Lip ...

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. — 13 September 1907

A general strike ben been declared la Ledt, Russia, and tUi 512,000 men re out. New Bedferd (Maiw.) Weavers' Union fcas agaia Utated wiU Ue United Tex tile Workers. ' Tba interaatiaaal cenvenlien of Stee ttra aad IIera will be held in De troit next year. The International Unlen of Ladies' Garment Workers will held a convention tn Boston aezt year. Union labor ia renewing Interest in the proposition, to establish a magnificent la bor teple ia Boston. Thirty-six unions, out of a total of forty-six in Dnlutb, Minn., are affiliated With the trades assembly. A special committee of the St. Paul Trades Awcmblj is looking into the mat ter of building a labor temple. Vegetable renders of Brooklyn, N. Y., re talking of organising a union to pro tect themselves from the middlemen. Fall River (Mass.) weavers have ac cepted a compromise that 474 yards con stitute a cut, and the threatened strike is off Tn thai na naa Ai4In trwln nt ar In T rwllJt ' the iverage wages a day for men is 15 cen j; wo...

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 September 1907

J DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEK., FRIDAY, SKPTEMKER 19, 1907. NUMBER 4. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THB NEWS OP THE WHOLE WORLD. VAST PROFITS SHOWN' OIL OCTOPIS IIRSl'OXDS TO MR. KELLOGG'S PIIODD1XG. Financial Statements Showing Earn Iiirs of Seventeen Subsidiary Com IMinlcs in 1003 und 1900 Are Pro. iluml In Federal Court. More light was ehed upon tho re markable earning capacity of the va rious subsidiary companies of the Standard Oil company Wednesday when Frank H. Kellogg, who Is con ducting the federal suit in New York succeeded In placing upon the record the profits of seventeen of the princi pal subsidiary companies In the years 1903 and 190C. The statement of thu earnings of the standard Oil Company of Indiana, which was recently fined $29,240,000 by Judge Landis, of Chi cago, for rebating, disclosed that In 1906 the company earned $10,616,082 on a capital of $1,000,000, or over 1,000 per cent a year. The Indiana company In 1906 earned more than any ot...

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 September 1907

CTICS 07 THE THREAD XftTJST. R.J TO amlPIHIlrr : G&.'&l WWW tit U mi r i H 1 MIL iMHAEM 1 1 UIKL 1 i m mm I By EFFIE A. ROWLANDS I 3 CHAPTER XXIX. Mrt. Tborngate caught at the glrl'e and and would have spoken, but Au drey' swiftly loosened her hold, gave hor one mile, and then wasgone, leaving only the fragrant scent of hor garments and the divine element! of peace and gratitude behind her. Quickly aa she walked, Audrey was tome time before she reached Craiglamls. She turned to the stables first, and gave orders that her small brougham shonld be prepared at once. Then she quietly entered the house and went to her own room. Eliza was there, arranging her sltiiiile dinner toilet. Audrey told ber she was going out again at once. "Tell Miss Thwait not to be alarmed; I sh.il! be home lu an hour," hi sulci. Her sight was blurred and misty as she opened her jewel case and took out a packet of notes bank notes forwarded to her by Mr. Sampson duly according to Jack s written orders, ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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