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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 3 January 1908

State niS. uAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 190 NUMBER 18 CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. KIN IN GUTTER FIGHT CASTELLANE WITH BnOTHKR'8 AID WHIPS HIS COUSIN. fount and Family Convinced De Sagan U Seeking to Marry Former's I1 vorcetl Wife, Desplto Opposttion of Gould Family. Count Bonl de Castellane, from hom his wife, who was Miss Anna Gould, of New York, was recently di vorced, and Prince Helle de Sagan, who on several occasions was reported to be engaged to Madame Gould, had a personal encounter Thursday at the church of St. Pierre de Chalot in Parts, while a service to;the memory of the Lady Stanley Errlngton, a rela tive of both men, who died lately In England, was in progress. Beginning inside the church, where Count Bonl rays the prince Insulted both him ana the sacred edifice, the encounter waa resumed at the doorway where Count Bonl, folloWed by his brother Count Jean de Castellane, overtook the prince. Coun...

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. — 3 January 1908

OVFENiriOHE COOPER A STORY OF. THE REVOLUTION CHAPTF.K XXII. (Continued.) All eyes wore now turlird on Dunwoo flic, who. looking nt his wntch, spoke n tow words Willi Henry, in mi undertone, snd hastened from tin1 n 1 irt iiiont, fol lowed by Francos. Tlio subject of their conversation was n wish expressed hy Hip prisoner for n clergyman of hi" own per suasion, nnd n promise from the innjo','. thnt oup should bo sent from Fishkill town, through which Iip wn shout to pass on his wny to tlio ferry to intercept tli" expected return of II. ..per. Mason soon made hit. how nt the door, nnd willingly complied with the wishes of the landlady; tnd the divine wnH invited to irtitkw bis Ipponrnnoo accordingly. lie stnlkod into iIip room, nnd giving n tiff nod with his head, took the chair offered him hy the black, in dignified si 'leure. Mr. Whartou led Sarah from the apartment, llis retreat was noticed hy the divine, in n kind of scornful disdain, who began to hum the uir of n popular psalm t...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 3 January 1908

A man who bnd purchased a Bne looking tiorso soon discovered that the animal was blind, and after aaver-l weeks he auccveded In disposing of her, a the defect did nut seem to lessen Xier speed nor dotrnct from her general appearance. The nest day the new owner of the horao appeared. "Say, you know that mare you sold ie?" he began. "She's atone-bliudf." "I know It," replied her past owner, with au easy air. "You didn't say anything to me about it," said the purchaser, his face red with anger. "Well, you nee," replied the aUiar, "that fellow who sold her to tne didn't tell mo about It, mid I Just concluded that ho didn't v;int It known." Uffht Oat! An .Irascible sergeant, going his nightly round of the barracks In order to make sure that all lights had been extinguished, noticed that a window waa Illuminated. Hu roused the occu pants of the room. 'Tut out that light," he ordered, "and be quick about It I" "But it's moonlight," explained a prl Yate. "I don't care what it la," roared th...

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. — 3 January 1908

r Your Hair Contrary? Is it inclined to run away? Don't punish It with a cruel brush and comb! Feed it, nour ish it, savs it with Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula. Then your hair will remain at home, on your head, where it belongs. An elegant dressing. Keeps the scalp healthy. htt not chantt iht color of Ihe haft. A Formula with Mak bottls 9 bow it to your doctor iers ask him about It, than do as ha u;i U'e certainly believe this, or we would not sty so. Ayer's Hair Vigor, now made from our new improved formula, is a great preparation for the hair and scalp. Stop falling hair. Cures dan-dr-ilT. Promotes the growth of hair. ?.! by ths J. C. Att Co., Lowoll, Kail. The Wonderful "Big Horn Bas'n TO RENTERS: I have a selected list of irri gated farms in the Basin for rent ; why not rent for a year or two and learn tlieTprofits from irrigated fanning in the Basin, and become acquainted with the climate and desira bility of settiing in that re gion? We also help you homestead irriga...

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. — 3 January 1908

I Public Sale! We will sell at public auction, on our place, the Thos. Long farm, two miles southwest of Hubbard, Nebr., on RIoivdav. Jan. 6. 'D8 At 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property to-wit : Horses. G One gray mare, C years old, weight 1150. One bay mare,' 8 years old, wt. 1100. One span of gray driving horses, 4 years old, wt. 950. Two draft, colts, coming 2 yrs old. Cattle, 50 Eleven milch cows, all extra gpod ones. Nine teen steers, mostly all coming 1 year old. Twenty head of cows and springers, belonging to Bert Francisco. IlOgS, 100 One hundred head of fine hogs. 4 dozen Plymouth Rock Chickens. 3 dozen thoroughbred Silver Spangled Hamberg Chickens. A fine female Shepherd Dog, well broken. Farm Machinery One Jones Binder, in good condition. Two Cultivators, nearly new. One Riding Lister. One Champion Mower, nearly new. One Su perior Press Drill, new. One Walking Plow, nearly new. One Go-Devil. One 3-section Harrow. Three Farm Wagons. One Hay Rack. One Dclaval ...

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. — 3 January 1908

Dakota Connty Herald DAKOTA OITY, NEB. f&HN M. RCAM, PuMtaksr. Ij i. uvea ijb awMt It drunksuuets Is an excuse for Elnie, by Uio wy, what la the es se for drtrnkonnsss? Love Is always tbo game old story, S Will be seen by the love letters that et Into court now and then. Tie Topeka Journal knows a woninn fwho will fuss when she gets to tea von because she cnn't get n halo lmmcd to suit her." Can a farmer who t-ell preserved feSgs, with Uie statement tluit they are irtah laid, be a Christian nnd hare kope of a glorious hereafter? Still, It seeius cruel for Tom Lnw pon to desert the country In Its hour Of trial, merely for the purpose of mak ing a few beggarly millions himself. An Ohio sonvlet made $20,000 while Serving a five-year term In the peni tentiary. Some people are such finan cial geniuses that they can make money 'anywhere. i Mr. Rookeellsr Is pleaded at the thought of being regarded ns a patriot ffo doubt he finds It a blessed thought that a man doesn't have to he poor ...

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. — 3 January 1908

THE FASCINATION OF OLD EGYPT 1 WATS OF MEADOW MICH f TOURISTS One of the iiust f:is(inatlng expeditions which the tourist In Egypt lias before lilrn is the excursion to the fnn-.ous Ktop pyramids of Sakkani, which lies some ten miles Hmith of Cairo. The route on approaching the pyramids lies through nelds of clover, lentils, and vetches, aim, hi; which are tethered little groups of Ronts and oxen in the t ire of native children. There are no fewer than eleven pyramid to he found in Sakknra. Some of them were explored by M. Muspero, the author of one of the most fascinating reconstruct ions of ancient Egyptian life. One pyramid is that of Unas, 3.133 n. C. Another is that of Tcta. .",'JUii 15. 0. The famous strp pyramid Is suppcFcd to have been built by a monarch of A IT3HERMAID S SONG. The poplars tall kissivl flip roM, pray fky, And in front w:im t!ie hnnr.v sfn. And (lie river swept dark and drearily by, , While the wind sighed mournfully ; Away in the west the low sun died, The 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. — 3 January 1908

DAIII CHOPS SKORT, CUT WORTH FAR MORE (Qsvernmcnt Final Estimate Shows Great Decline In Cereal Production. IlICES MAKE PAEMEES HAPPY. Waey Will Get Half a Dollars Mora This than Last. Billion Ysar of The government report shows n fbortage of 785,fS7,0OO bushels In total gopa as comporod with the crops of fjW, which were the lnrgcst ever rnlsed lh this country, and a shortage of 377, &S7,000 bushels as compared with the yields of 1905, whleu were also very Hire. The chief shortage is In the corn crop, with 335.000,000 bushels, oats With 211,000,000 bushels nud wheat WTiih 101,000,600 bushels. 3here Is something of au offset to the fcfc losses in the feeding grains In the of 0,431,000 tou of buy as red to that 1900. and of 8,45888 tons as ess-pared to the crop ' FreailDent features of the final revis it " its crop est 'state fsr tbe year ft? the Department of Agriculture were JIm laereases in use in the reperts of a seeded to spring wheat, esrn and 4Mb. In earth of these particula...

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. — 10 January 1908

DAKOTA COUNTY' HERALD. VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 100 NUMBER 19 .J 1 WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED, TO REORGANIZE NAVY ii.Mjrs ii:iisoxni;l iull ixtko. DIXLI) IX TIIK SKXATK. Senator Hale Intimates In KesMiiso to Question that the Hrownson Mat ter and Other Itecent XaVuI Contro versies Will Ilo Consldorc!. The introduction Thursday by Sena tor Hale of the naval personnel bill proved the occasion for a general dis cussion of the navy and recent occur rences In connection with that branch of the public service. The Maine senator entered upon a full explanation of the provisions of the bill. Senator Tollman, a member of the naval committee, Interrupted to ask whether the consideration of the bill would probably bring out the facts re lating to the controversy in the navy department. Senator Tillman added that he had considered the advisa bility of offering a resolution for such an Investigation. Senator Hale replied: "I have been ask...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 10 January 1908

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. IOHN H. REAM, PiWlsher. It t i, car t:, I,. '.!: I'l" Ill Stead of t;iv nnv dumu t: i! i 1 t:jj the c".,ir. Til" .-. : 1 1 : Itot wild thought !ir , wiw mow 500 -h? In Now York U In formed l( s:iow go: mo. Now t!i:it Kin Oscar f Sweden Is flonit tlio world l?i ?i:wiilnr h'w really grout niul good n ninu ho was. , It nppivirs 'that n balloon can tr:ivtl In nt:y direction It desires if It tlmls an accommodating wind Mowing tlint way. Before giving pome one n piece of your mind It Is always Ix-st to select a piece that you wiil not he ashamed of later. An exchange remarks tlint "no pinch hurts like n money squeeze." The writ er has evidently never heen In the hands of the pollee. An Eastern physician claims to have attended 3(10.0(10 lectures In his life time. The figures must Inelude those delivered by his wife. Naturally, when nu English Impostor ahowed tip In Pittsburg It was the wife of a steel manufacturer who swallowed the hook with t lie ha...

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. — 10 January 1908

AFTER LONG TEARS. WOMAN'S RIGHTS TO THE FAMILY POCKETBOOK. A t t i 'ear, whom I would not know j, If I tnnn; j rou on the street o long and long and long ago Are the days when we used to meet, 'on mny be glnd to henr ' Tli n t antnan-liAra fi, I IVtA t, t r. . Dome raxue sweet dreams that bring yon near, That I often think of you; Dfhat now and then I thrill sThat I Mart as the wind sweeps over the hill, - Aa I see the fire-fly's spark. Somebody stepped on my grave? I Or somebody slipped out of yours? I cannot tell ! There are ghosts that crave A bit of the love that endures. hHarper's Magazine. . They were sitting In the summer bouse, with a pale moon casting nn Merle light upon the girl's shimmering Arhlte frock, mid bringing out In sharp Tellef the strong, firm features of the jman. , I Neither spokp, until the silence was juuemy onmeu ny ine nrsi son trains of music which floated over to lieni, dimmed by the distance, and, 1th a weary little sigh, the girl arose oin lier seat an...

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. — 10 January 1908

1 zouiviay Meed It ' V: ycur doctor about the ) . ' lam of fbur keeping Ayer's j C.;.:rry Pectoral in the house, j! ro:.!y for colds, coughs, croup, ! bronchitis. If he says It's all f rirlu, then Ret a bottle of it V.-t'once. Why not show a tittle foresight In such matters? !y treatment, early cure. - .... W pobli.h cur formulas R . htnl.h aleohol w from our madioioss yers W. ur. o to ooniiilt your dootor Jl.ji a boy is called dull nd stupid, wiii.-rvflje whole trouble is due to a lazy u.icr. Wc firmly believe your own doc n r will tell you that tn occasional dose . , Avcr'a Pills will do such boys great of good. They keep the liver active. br tht J. 0. kft Co., Lowsll, Mass.-- The Wonderful Big Horn Basm mwmm -vs. TO RENTERS: 1 have a selected list ot irri-- Rated farms iii the Basin for rent ; why not rent for a year or two and (learn the profits from irrigated farming in the Basin, and become acquainted ' with the climateand desira bility of settling in that re gion? We also hel...

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. — 10 January 1908

P.t- R R Time Table Sioux City, Crystal Lake ft Homer LK.AVE LEAVE AKOTA CIlT BlOri CITY 7:-'IO am -.8:20 a m 9:00 a m 10:30 a m 11:15 a m 11:50 a m 1:15 p m 2:00 p m 8:00 p in 4:15 p m 5:15 p m 5:50 p m 6:40 p m 11:00 p m Special trips for parties of 15 or more. C B ft Q VfE8T No. 85 Local Freight 7:15 am 11 " Passenger, Omaha and Lincoln 12:47 pm EAST No. 86 Local Freight 2 :25 pm 10 Local Passenger.. 6:29 pm daily. daily except Sunday. Dakota City Lecture Course Undor the auspices of the business men of Dakota City, ANNOUNCEMENTS. January 25 B B. Burton in Popular Lectures. March 10 Gibeon Carl, Change Impersonator. Character Reserved seat tickets (10 cents) on sale at ttore of 8. A. Stinson. Season tickets a-lults 11.50, school children $1.25; admission at door adults 40c, school children 30c. Doors open at 7:30 p m, perform ance begins at 8:15. Local Items Pest cards at Van's. S A Stiuson suffered an attack of the giipthis week. Fred Wood went to Chicago Wed nesday evening on b...

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. — 10 January 1908

"-ad to 'liic.no happiness )n n!4 .. over smsn sii ping stones. MO minil rometlmos nre t cause olour unhnpplnrfs that hp wonder the douse juences can be so great. One greut palliative Is the determination by very memlirt of ttio family not to dwell on the circumstances, whatever they tuny le, which are alike and to 11. If It be )ovcrty let It lve elieer Cully and silently homo; If It be the 111 temper of grandpa try to make a Joke of It. Tf it be something infinite ly worse and also hopeless accept It bravely ; do not talk of it. Try la the family circle to Iguore It. Accept every little enlivening circumstance. Lot In II the gun and nlr. Work on cheerily and hopefully, knowing that there Is the ray of sunshine somewhere that has only to be looked for to be found. Una -My client desires a stay." said tb lawyer, reaching for omc pacrs, The court Is glad to And your client amenable to the situation," replied travejy the gentleman on the bench f the stay will be for ten years."- -Phila...

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. — 10 January 1908

0,v MISS ANNIE CATRON ::-:: is a,' t. . ' v. .y::Xv:v:vXv:v::o:: CATARRH MADE LIFE A BURDEN TO ME. MISS ANNIE CATUON, 27 Main St., Cincinnati, Ohio, write : "A I have found Peruna a blessing for l severe case of catarrh of the head and throat which I suffered from for a Dumber of years, I am only too pleaxed to Rive it my person ill endorsement. "Catarrh, such as I suffered from, made life a burden to me, my breath was offensive, stomach bad, and my head stopped up so that 1 was usually troubled with a headache, and although I tried many so-called remedies, noth ing gave me permanent relief. I wns Tit her discouraged with all medicines TPhen Peruna wns suggested to me. "However, I did buy a bottle, and be fore that was finished there was a marked change In my condition. Much encouraged, 1 kept on antil I was com- lately cured 'Q month's time, and I nd that my general health is also ex cellent." People who prefer solid medicines should try Peruna tablets. Each taWet represents one av...

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. — 10 January 1908

r- POWERS JTJBY DISAGREES. famous Kentucky Political Prisoner to Have Fifth Trial.. The Jury trying Caleb Tower at Beorgctown. ICy., on the charge of com plicity In the murder of Governor Wll llum Goeliel, was dls:t:i:Wcd liy Jude Morris. The Jury stood ten for ncquIN tal and two for conviction. One of th lurors who held out for conviction wan willing to come over to the neqtilttnl llde, but the remaining Juror refused to change his decision. The charge was complicity In th murder of Governor Goebcl, 1899. Four trials have been held 1900, life lui- MODERN CROESUS, EPIDEMIC OF GRIP IS SWEEPING COUNTRY SAFE now. HhlLlllUH IO I1IUIILUI AMONG THE NATIONS William E. Curtta Says Croesas Wat Pauper Beside Oar Uncle Sam. Tens of Thou sands of Cases of This Pestiferous Disease Are Being; ' Reported. FIGURES SHOW BIG GROWTH. SUFFERERS IN MANY CITIES. Per Capita Wealth in 1870 Was Business in Many Places Is Disor ganized on Account Prostrations from This Ailment. 8770.83; in 1907 It Was 81,310...

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. — 17 January 1908

"1 DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908. NUMBER 20 WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED, MANY ARABS KILLED IlKTUKX TO BATTLE REPEATED LY AFTER BEING ROUTED. French Forces Win Brilliant VI!tory Over Troops of the New Sultan, Plunging Into Ualtlo Immediately After Finishing Long Maruti. News has reached Tangier of a ten hour engagement In a ravine near Set tat Wednesday between, a French col umn under the command of den. d'Armade and a colmun commanded by Mulai Rachid, one of the chiefs of Mulal Hand's forces. The French gained a splendid victory in the face of heavy odds, succeeding In dispersing the enemy and occupying Settat. Twenty of the French roldlers, includ ing thee officers, were wounded, but many of the Arabs were killed. The letter not only offered a dogged and fearless defense, but returned repeat edly to the battle after they had been routed and attacked the French from three sides. In the later hours 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. — 17 January 1908

.1. .'jxota Cotmty Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. IOHN H. REAM, Publisher. . '.-m Rppa1.iT Cni'i 'M s:v-, .-. egress wlii to slow. And ho know., if anybody flees. Generally 11 Is t!n Minn who iIim nut Own btit hil t s nil aUti.illoMlo V. ill ic.nls tlie fastest 1 i : o. Some iiji'ii r.ro welched In tho bal ance nnd r mini wanting, while ollics are wanting something nil 1he time. A steer from Oiiinlii h.ts taken first honors nt tho ('hie.igi livsiook s')w. Wo limy have to nimo. hat presump tuous country jot. . . . . A Ixi- in jdwayi; tin acceptable Christmas gift. 1r.it a !!:; leaf I'mvi a .check lxiok generally brings more happiness In its tniln. Some of tin- men who this season were mistaken for deer mill shot, pruii ably loft families wlni nre now tryin;; ts keep the wolf from tho door. A California limn named Pitcher h:is boon awarded, u divorce because IiIh wife drunk to excess. Pitcher mast have grown tired of suolng her rusli the can.' Two nttsbnrg nion have been sen tenced to 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. — 17 January 1908

1 1 mi 1 1,. n i i :' I v H r "i "J A 'A 1 LEAP YEAR l'ROFOSALS. Sfanr Haiir Mnrrlap Where H oinril "ropjicil I bp QiteMlnn." ,A It's leap year! Shall the women pro '. pone? In tt.eso cnlighti ncd days whou t- there are women In every profession, , hi every trade. In every corner of tha world, sharing dangers anil duties with ,.' rnoti, demanding and sometime getting suffrage with them, I there any ren Bon In the world why they should not ',.5 take advantage of the time-honored Custom of leap your and nfk Mm wen of their desire to wed with thorn? Why not? ... When n woman ran go out and siijv '. port 'the family as she has to do In so many cases nowadays, why shouldn't she at least have the privilege of piofc .'L ' Ing out the man she wants to take Jjl.? tare of? If she sees that she can support two on her. salary' and has really decided that she will he much hapior doing It, why should ghe hesitnte at a mere convention when sli might share the .', happiness with some natural protec...

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. — 17 January 1908

y Ml)!' ... it t. iu U The Cough of Consumption V - mill roll tmn that tJ IUUI UUIUI Will ivil JVM rl o-nnd food are I f.ic rsal cures for consumption. Uut often the cough is very at 1 VKt. Hence, we suggest that ask your doctor about taXine Ayer's Cherry jral. It controls the tlck- qulcts the cough. Wo publlaa our formulaa "A W b.ntah alaohol 9 from our mdtoias Wo oro you to oouoult your dootor i ; J Aver's Pills at bedtime will cause i : :sed flow or bile, and produce a Uxative effect the day following ' on each box. Show it to your -. Hev'tl understand at lance. mi fi 1 .it bcct:me. ' - tim 3. C. ajar Co.. Lawall, Xw - The Wonderful Big Horn Basin TO RENTERS: I have a selected list of irri gated farms in the Basin for rent; why not rent for a year or two and learn the profits from irrigated farming in the Basin, and become acquainted with the climate and desira bility of settiing in that re gion? We also help you homestead irrigated lands, or to buy them at prices that will make ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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