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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 17 January 1908

R R Time Table Sious City, Crystal Lk ft Homer LEAYK tKATB 3AKOTA OUT BIOCX CITY 7:30 ft m .....8:20 a m 9:30 am 10:30 am 11:15 a m ...11:50 a m 1:15 p m 2:00 p m 3:00pro ....4:15pm 5:15 p m 5 :50 p m 6:40 pm .....11:00pm Special trips for parties of 15 er moro. C B A Q WKST 3Jo. 85 Local FreiKht 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 eicept Sunday. Dakota City Lecture Course Under the auspices of the business men of Dakota City. ANNOUNCEMENTS. January 25 B. B. Burton in Popular Lectures. March 10 Oibeon Carl, Character ' Change Impersonator, Reserved seat tickets (10 cents) on Bale at store of S. A. Stinson. Doors open at 7:30 p m, perform ance begins at 8:15. Local If ems nervous if you Van de Zedde Fred Wood returned Sunday from a trip to Chicago. County Attorney F S Berry was down from Emerson Monday. Geo V McBeath was up fxom Homer on busiueHS Taeaday night. Ed W Erust left Thursday for ...

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. — 17 January 1908

.Z: uninii r V 3 r . , tVlsst nid.l. ... lien tho traditional hen wns about .o cross the trntlli Icmal road the wise s;oose laughed uproariously. "Tell mo, Biddy." chuckled the wise joofc, "why does the lion cross tlie rond?" "Because she Is not ft goose to stand In the rond and got rim over," retorted the lion. And Ion minutes 1 a t r. when tho pwKO picked himself out of tho mud and shook t!io gasoline out , of his broken Toothers, he was a gadder but wiser bird. .rv. 4, 5JV P-ri MM What a Settlor Can Secure In 160 Acres Cram-Crowing Lund FREE. SO to 0 Bu.hrl. Whm la tlx, Acre. AO to 30 liuiheli Oats to the Acr. 3S to BO Bushels Uorley to thi Atre. Timber lor rencintr and Cuddinas I-'RCE. Cood Laws with lw Taxation. SpUndid Rail-oad Facilities and Low Rate. Schools and Churches Convenient. Satisfactory Mi-'lrts for all Production. Cood Climate and Perfect Hcatih. Chancaa f r Profitable Investments. (tome of tlio:clmlcpst train-producing lands In fiaskatrlicwnn nnd Alberts may now l...

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. — 17 January 1908

Viy V, 1 JTtMnil f"il!Jr T9 and a cti's worn; LYDIA E. PJNKHAM Nature and a woman's work com bined have produced the grandest remedy for woman' ills that the world nas ever known. In the eood old-fashioned days of our grandmothers they -relied upon the roots and herbs of the tlold to cure disease and mitigate suffering. The Indians on our Western Plains to-day enn produce roots and herbs for every ailment, and cure diseases that luiflle tho most skilled physicians who havo Bpcnt years in the study of drugs. From the roots and herbs of tha field Lydia E. Pinkham more than thirty years ago gave to the women of the world a remedy for their pe culiar ills, more potent and effica cious than any combination of drugs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is now recognized ns the standard remedy for woman's ills. Mrs. Bertha Muff, of 515 KO. St, Louisiana, Mo., writes : I "Complete restoration to health means o much to me that for the n:ka of other uttering women I am williuj to make my tr...

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 January 1908

SECOND 1 RIAL OF ' HARRY K. THAW IS Oil 100 KILLED IN PANIC AT CHURCH BENEFIT LOCKED OUT. WORK or CONGRESS I 1 IT t r- I I . Jjl stMX' 'HAM Young Millionaire Who Shot Stan ford White Again Facet the Charge of Murder. SCENE IN NEW YORK COVET. Evelyn Will Repeat Her Story, but "Unwritten taw" Will Wot Be Relied On. The second trlnl of Harry Kendall Thaw, the young Pittsburg swell and siendthrlft. for the murder of Stan ford White, the New York architect and roan about town, In ngnln under way. It was tedious work securing -a Jury. The first trlnl wns reported ho mpletoly and was no widely rend In 11 its sensational and nauseating de tails that an attempt to secure tweive men who had not read of the cnse and formed more or less of tin opinion wns hopeless. The most oceepfable Jurors then, were those who could swear that despite reeding nn opinion they could Judge Thaw's guilt or Innocence purely on the evidence submitted to them. As to the acttinl commission of the deed, of course, the...

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 January 1908

yiyv 'Tthtr. . 1 ,i i Stat TTis Soeiv DAKOTA ' COUNTY- HERALD. VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1908. NUMBER 21 CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OP ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. 1FINISH A HOT ONE 'NAVIGATION CONGHKSS WAS NOT AJLL HARMONY. Call la Mads Seoretary Booll Hart Had Ills Bye on the Same Office Yankton Gets tlie Next Convention, Which Meets in 1009. Mid at scenes of confusion, precipi tated by a spectacular contest for the presidency, and livened by a discred itable performance on the part of one of the "distinguished guests," the Mis ourt River Navigation congress ended its first annual convention at Sioux City, la., at C o'clock Thursday even ling. N ! The fight for office was between Congressman Edj-ir C. Ellis, of Kan ,sas City, and - Geo. C. Call of Sioux City. The "notable" who misbehaved was Mayor James Dahlman, of Oma ha, who was escorted from the con ,vention by Sheriff Dllley upon the in sistent demand of the delegates. , Unable to decide on a feasibl...

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 January 1908

xta County Herald mmcota rnr, web. K. RGAJM, The liii 11 - , lines i:mV( than tongue cn:i is iiiV.:il!.V toirg.le-tied. Prices of i ll t'r.iv.'! ure to he lower, l-'.ven the lvi;:d-,-h:r.;e I:ns begun to come down. A Toronto I'w-ror mjs tin automo bile 1 the i!v'i.t of health. Correct. Dod:g;!ig i line exercise. Many nn airship has th best of It With some oC tlt. presidential tioo:iin In Hip ma tier of nailing. One of tlio beet resolutions any man ran make Is that lie will do hi best to obey tlic spirit us well n .- Hip letter of the law. A Philadelphia man litis J-ist given his daughter n $ lx),00 coming-out party. That's right. Put tin- money in circulation. English npwFjiapprs will have to for gives ns because? wo can't share In thPlr fenrs Hint the rnciflp. fipet 1h go ing to got hurt. A Indy poet who sings In Tcxns tie clnres that "It la peasant to die for those wo love." If it Is not Impertl rent we would like to ask whether she linn ever tried it. In opening Hie Japanese diet...

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 January 1908

DISCOURTESY TO THE CHINESE. By Secretary ot Commerce Strauss. As the laws nre framed It would npiu'iir tlmt tlm purinso was rljtidly to exclude person of tin Chinese race In general, mid to nd.it it only such persons of the race us full with in certain expressly stated exemp tions riis If, in other won!, exclu sion wits the rule nnd admission tho I regard tt"jf Al Vi ilP l'CM'tlt hWS a fraught with Irritating consequences. ' i t, administration of laws so o. 8. 8TKAIM. f,.am;.(i, notwithstanding the ear? taken to treat persons or the Chinos- vaee lawfully en titled to iidinission wilh Hi" some courtesy and considera tion shown to oilier foreigners, it is Impossible that per sons who have to enlir.v re -pi I foments imd foi nullities peculiar to themselves t iiould fail lo take offense and to resent ns n humiliation th( manner in which by law they nre distinguished from natives of other countries. Laws so framed can only he regarded" as Involving n discrimination on account of race, ...

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 January 1908

Dakota County Herald JOQH H. BC&M., FCBLI6HER. Subscription Trice, $1.00 Fer" Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Fennission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mails m second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. doctor was dririna home after a call Woodman Hall waa chartered for a on a nationt and. near the Smith place I dance in the erenins .... . I ran t . about a mile and a half from town, ine groom ana tmae iook me even lost control of his tnam and was thrown Ing train for the aoutb, where they from his buffer. In falling he strnck will sojourn daring the month. Their bis head on the frozen ground and was many friends join in . wisniag inem a stunned and laid for some time by the long and nappy life, and many sinctre- road in this condition. Two men, It hope their example will be conta passing by, secured the team and I gions in the Hubbard parish. brought n to town and reported mat Pursuant to the call of the National Comnoit...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 January 1908

i 0 R R Time Table Sious City, Crystal Lake & Homer LEAVI LEAVE 3AKOTA OUT BIOCX CITT , 7:30 km ...8:20 mm 9:30 km 10:30 am 11:15 a m 11:50 a m 1:15 pm..... 2:00 p m 3:00 pro 4:15 p m 5 :15 p m 5 :50 p m 6:40 pm 11:00 p m Special tripi for partis of 15 or more. C B ft Q WEST 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 Under the auspices of the business men of Dakota City, ANNOUNCEMENTS. - January 25 B. B. Burton in Popular Leotnres. March 10 Qibeon Carl, Character Change Impersonator. Reserved seat tickets (10 cents) on sale at 6tore of 8. A. Stinson. Doors open at 7:30 p m, perform anno begins at 8:15. Local Items Mrs Lottie Hutzel and family of Sioux City, spent Sunday here. Sam Bouton made a flying business trip to Elk Point, S D, Saturday. Wm Lorenz is putting a new front in bis already up-to-date butcher shop. Chas CouRhtry and wi...

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. — 24 January 1908

wjr i . . ... ..-tfloa. Mf. White Tell nie, Uncle Rufua, bow did you feel when that untt eatamount Jumped on your back ae you were coming through the woods In the dark find begun to clnw and rend you? Uncle Rufus Rank lh, well, sah, tell yo' what's n fact, thankee I 'low ed 'twuz limb wife I To' see, I was uh 41ttln' borne (less a little bit antiquated fum de lodge o' de Cullud Knights nd Shivvyleers, nnd muh nacb'l spl .Ion wns dat de lady had got tired o' waltln' and come to meet me. It I'd organized dat 'twua a ratnmount dnt bad me by de back, I reggln I'd uh be'n skeered plumb to death; but, thlnkln' to muhse'f dat 'twua nobody but mub wife, I doss breshed de var alnt aside, oeeawdin to muh custom, and come uh-bogiu' along borne, happy la muh tgnnnce. Puck. Women as Well as den Are by Kidney Bladder Trouble. Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, diacouragesandlessenaambition; beauty, vigor ana cheerlul nesa soon disappear when thekidneygare ' out of order or dis eased. Kidney trou...

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 January 1908

1 t ' TO? f.f.' . 1" TTils woman says that sIcJs Women should not fail to try Lydhi E. l'iuk'iatn's Vegetable (Jonipound us she did. Mrs. A. Gregory, of 2355 Lftwrenoe Ft., Denver, Col., writes to iirs. 1'inkliam: " I Was practically nn invalid for six rears, oa Recount of female troubles. I uaijea-vront an operation by the doctor's advice, but in a few months I was worse tknn before. A friend ad Thsed Lydia E. rink ham's Vegetable Cuntpound and it restored me to perfect health, such as I have not enjoyed in Bnauy years. Any woman suffering as I did with backache, bearing-dawn pains, ami periodic pnlns, should not fail to uae Lydia K. Pinkhasi's i Vegetable tempouad." FACTS FOR SICK WOfEZH. Far thirty yuara Lydia E. Flak hoiu's Vegetable Comnound, masta tnm roots and herbs, Las been Uia standard remedy for female ilia, aniibtw positive ry cured thousan&s of wejatdi who have been troubled with tfSmJLaeouionta, inflammation, uloera Ba, fibroid tumors, irregrulariteiea, eraidie pai...

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. — 24 January 1908

P work or I "" . CONGRESS DWINDLING OF ARMY GIVES CUE TO CRITICS ANDi The commissioner! appointed by President Roosevelt to Investigate strike conditions in Nevada and to ad Tlae him aa to the need of federal troops In Cloldficld to preserve order, has been made public. In connection with It the President gives out bis let ter to Governor Bparks, in which he calls attention to the report and the conclusion reached by the commission ers that, if the Ptite and county exer cise the powers at their disposal, they can maintain satisfactory order In Goldflcld; that, so far, those authori ties have done nothing, but are rely ing upon federal aid, and their atti tude Is that of expressly refusing to do anything, and desiring to throw their own burdens upon tho Federal Govern ment for the maintenance of those elej nicntary conditions of order for which they, and they only, are responsible. The President states that tho troops will be kept at Gohlfleld until tho meet ing of the Legislature, w...

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. — 31 January 1908

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVI CITY, NEB., FRIDAYWjAU) HI, 1908. DAKOTA NUMBER 22 WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND . CONCISELY STATED, JEROME LESS FIERY rilOSFXTTOlt 10VKN I)m-.MW ' WW. Ol' HAKKV TH U . IHstrict Attorney In Closing llttt. In timates Broadly lie Would Ho Satis fied wlUi Verdict of Manslaughter Denounces While. William Travel's Jerome, represent ative of the people, Thursday made a masterly plea that Justine be done In the case of Harry Kendall Thaw. Vln dlctiveness and sneers were lacking; logic, analysis and a calm considera tion of the facts were their substi tutes. It was not blind appeal for the vengeance of the law tliat Mr. Je rome addressed to the jury, but evel mid always there was the note of fair ness, even rt times of mercy. The year that "has elapsed slnc the first trial had wrought n wonderful and startling c-hango In Uie prosecutor. No longer attempting to shield the name of Stanford White, he accepted the story told by Evelyn Nesblt Thaw as...

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. — 31 January 1908

Dakota County Herald .DAKOTA TY, NEB. JOHN H. REAM, It c3a no Inspector to locate the tras.ife mines after, tho calamity has happened. By the way, do you know nny mnn whose wife not him by proposing dur ing m leap year? "What Khali we do with our boys?" sks an exchnngo. Irt thorn grow up to be men and the women will do tlio rest. Men have their little Jokes about the amount of talking the women do, tut down deep In our hearts how we do love to hear tlicni. A Philadelphia scientist assorts that birds show their emotions In their faces. Thin may explain why sparrows lose their heads when served as quail. "Self-conceit," says one writer, "is the Consolation prize God gives fool?." But what consolation Is there for the people who are dally thrown In the fools' company? Cuba has a population of 2,028,284. Inasmuch as It has taken Cuba so long to get that big, there Is no reason why anybody down there should be Inclined to form a Three Million Club. One of the magazine writers says our ba...

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 January 1908

FIGHTS While public at t out ion him been concentrated on va rious great national and loent questions, two movements of the greatest Impor tance have effected, scarcely noticed, noteworthy trans formations In thin country. One lathe work of the Antl Baloou League; the other that of the Woman's Suffrage Association. The Anti-Saloon League points to these conditions that It hr.s recently brought about: Georgia became a prohibition State simultaneously with the coming of the new year. In North Carolina more thuu 95 per cent of the. territory has barred liquor. In South Carolina near ly one-half of the counties have done the same. A movement for State prohi bition has been started. Iu Virginia and West Virginia considerably more than half the territory is "dry." In Florida liquor is prohibited in three-fourths of the State. Tennessee - is prohibition except the three cities of Memphis, Chattanooga and Nashville. Ninety per cent of the territory in Mis sissippi Is prohibition, and it is ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 31 January 1908

Dakota County Herald n. IUCAU, rtJKUSHF.B. nubscrlption Price. $1.00 IYr Year. a weekly newspaper published at Dakota t'ltr. Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the niie m second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Call far Republican Convention. I'r.rsnant to the call of the state committee issued Jan 8th, 1908, the re' publican electors of Dakota county are iieivby called to meet in convention ta Dakota City on Saturday, February H9tti,1908, at two o'clock p m, for the nnrixi.se of aidectinff six delrRtes to extend the state convention in Omaha, -on March the twelfth, 1908. and six delegates to attend tho Congressionul convention at Norfolk on March lOtli, 1008. which state and couRnsnional Aonventioiis are for the purpose of se lecting delegates to the National lie nnblican convention In Chicago, on June 16th, 1908, for the purpose of nominating candidates for president rid vice-president of the United States, and for the transaction of su...

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 January 1908

R R Time Table Sioux City, Crystal Lake ft Homer LF.AVK LKAVK 3AK0TA CIT MOVX CITT 7:30 tn .8:20 a m 9:30 am 10:30 am 11:15 a m D, 11:50 a ni 1:15 pm 2:00 p m 3:00pro 4:15pm 5:15 p m 5:50 p m 6:40 pm 11:00 p m Special trips for parties of 15 or more. In """""" 1 i C B ft Q WEST No. 85 Local Freight 7:15 am 11 " Passenger, Omkha and Lincoln 12:47 pm ' EA8T No. 86 Local Freight 2 :25 pm 1 0 Local Passen get . . 6 :29 pra daily. daily except Sunday. Dakota City Lecture Course Under the auspices of the business . men of Dakota City. ANNOUNCEMENTS., March 10 Gibeon Carl. Character Change Impersonator. Reserved seat tickets (10 cents) on ale at store of S. A. Stinson. Doors open at 7 :30 p m, perform ance begins at 8:15. Local Items Post cards at Tan's. Mrs-v Geo. MoBeath was no from Homer Monday night. Mrs Erio Ansnes was here from Tista Tuesday, visiting old friends. John Evans retur ed Tuesday even ing from a few weeks stay at Linooln. Yon will never get nervous if you drill k Brean's ...

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 January 1908

i . -' Twin ths rmiirr' Side. Tiro Mormon boys wont to school tor ths first time out In Ulah," relates Congressman J. Adam Bode, "and the tesctier asked tliem their names. "John and William Smith.' the boys replied. "'Ah, thea yon are brothers! How Id are your " 'Each 10 years old, ma'am.' "'Indeed! Then you are twin? "Deaw, ma'am,' replied one of the boys, 'only on our father's slda.' " Er try body's. Sapt-rif Klon. . Miss Ascum Don't you really be Here In dreams? Miss O'Bull No, Indeed! It's surer tltlous sod besides It's a bad sigt when you believe In them, for It al ways brings you bud luck. l'blladul phla Press. LICE IN POULTRY Borax Spray a Safe Preventive Simple, Cheap, Harmless to Fowls. "20 Mule Teom" Borai was a goo( thing to rid poultry of lice. I had used so much Inflammable Lice killers that any Poultry House were regulor flit traps. I gave my 8. C W. Legbort house a good spray Ins Just two monthi ago. Slate I hare caught several fccm and t foand no lice. I am rid of l!...

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 January 1908

Thousands of American women in our homes aro daily eacfiflcing their lives to duty. In order to keep the home neat and pretty, the cliildrcn well dressed and tidy, women overdo. A female weakness or d ir.placcment is often brouphton find they suffer in silence, drifting alonjr from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to have help to overcome tho pains and aches which daily make life a burden. It is to theso faithful women that LYDIAE.HN KHAKI'S VEGETABLE C0.V.P0US.D comes as a boon and a blessing, aa it did in Mrs. V. ElUwnrth. nf Mayville, N. Y., and to Mrs. W. P. Boyd, of Bearer Falls, Pa., who say: " I was not aWo to do my own work, owing1 to the female trouble from which I Buffered. Lydin K. Pinkhain's Vcpc tablcCompound lielped me wonderfully, and I am so well that I can do as big a day's work ns I ever did. I wish every sick woman would try it. FACTS FC?2 SICK WORSEN. For thirty years Lydia E. l'ink ham's Vcgctablo Compound, maflo from roots and herbs, has been the Biau...

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 January 1908

TKEWEEKLY- 'mmmmm 1546 Martin Luther preached his fare well sermon at Wittenberg. 2630 Civil government organized In Connecticut with the adoption of what Is said to be the first written constitution known to history. l(m Louis XIV. of France declared war on England. 17V0 Lemoine d'Ibervills took possession of tfae Mississippi in the name of France. 1714 Robert Walpole expelled from the FT true of Commons and committed to (be Tower. 1791 rivet colonial assembly of Georgia 1760 Pitt advocated in Parliament the repeal of the stamp act. 1777 Vermont declared itself a free and mdepcasent State. 1778 France recognised Independence of the United States. 1781 Americans defeated the Itrllish at battle of Cowpens. 1784 American Congress ratified the treaty with Great ltrltaln. 1780 Charles IV. proclaimed King of Spain. i!797 Weekly mnil service established between the United States and Can ada. , 180G Michigan territory formed fro:n a part of Indiana. 1809 F.nglish defeated the French at bat...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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