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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 27 March 1908

CO SOMEWHERE Ma.k ThKt Callfamt Trip Now lyow one way Colonist rates daily until April 30th to Utah, California, Oregon, Washington and Montana. WIftr Toura To the South and Gulf Re sorts until April 30th. . IIomlcra' Rat 1st and 3rd Tuesdays to Col orado, Big Horn Basin, Mon tana and Northwest. TK Big Horn Basin Mr D. Clem Deaver, Land seekers' Information Bureau, Omaha, will personally con duct landseekers to this coun try the first and third Tues days in April. Write Mr. Deaver for information about very desirable irrigated lands in the basin, subject to home stead under the big Govern ment Ditch or under private ' ditches., 100,000 acres of new Basin land will come under water in 1908. Business Openings We have list of excellent bus iness chances in new growing towns on Burlington, exten sions; cet established earlv j of the coming popula Write the undersigned. Local Items Friday, March 27, 1908 ahead tion. N A S McLean, Ticket Agent DAT.OTA O'.Tr, NEB. L. W. Wakklet, G P A, Oma...

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. — 27 March 1908

J tranare foR Slcaal. When fogs prevail In Ronton harbor, the attention of paascngcrs on the Nan taskct Uw.rU line of steamers la at tracted by ft fnlnt metallic sound which might be mistaken for tU? ami ml of a bell. Hut it Is uot the clanging of a boll which Uio passengers ltenr. Sud denly through tho mist there appears, abend, like a mxwtcr, n largo trlpotl. from the apex of which la suspended a biff steel triangle. It Is this which causes the at ranee Bound nnd slffiinli Vessels na to now to gmuu mnr cum no !,. n, n.n il i mcnl t channel of the fog. I c i - - - - - An Object l,nin In Cleanliness. To Impress upon his. youthful mind the linporliinco of guarding against In fections the medical student at the laliorutory Is given this object lesson: Two test tubes nearly filled with a clear meat broth nnd then closed at the top with a col ton plus nre given to blm. with directions to wash his banda with soup and water and clean hla nails with a brush na thoroughly as he can for some...

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. — 27 March 1908

3 A? I I ympffiis tours enna Cleanses tlxo MemMfeci- uaUv; Dispels Lot s andlieadV 1. it i t i. r K 1 GClies au A A. Mies duo lo lyonsiipauon; i, a i 'Acis nalurai acis iruiy as n I jn ntir. Best forMenmpn ond CiuliV lo et its Jieneficial Effects always uuy the Genuine wkich las ine Tun name or me torn CALIFORNIA BoStrupCo. by wham it in manufactured. printed on tne front of vry packn. SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS. one size only, regular price 5CKp' bottle. 3-- What a Settler Can Secur In WESTERN CANADA J 60 Acres Crln-Growtnf Land FREE. O lo 40 Bushels Whttl lo th. Acr. 40 la 90 Biuh.lt Oat. to lb Aero. 85 to 50 BusheJe Darley to the Acra. Tim bar for Fencins and Quildiaca FREE. Good Laws with Low Taxation. Splendid Railroad Facilitl. and Low Rata. School and Churches Conrenient. Satisfactory Markets for all Production. Good Climato and Parfaet Haalth. Chaste, far Proiitabla Investments. Soma of thelchoicest araiD-produclnr lands la Saskatchewan and Alberta mar now be acquired i t...

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. — 27 March 1908

IIUIIDREDS DROWtlED III COLLISION AT SEA Steamers Crath Off Japanese Cvatt and Majority on the Matsu Perish. S87 ALL . TOLD, ON BOARD. Survivors Saved by the Hldeyoshl Ten Are Lost In Ferry Boat Accident in Germany. t Two bundred and seventy-flve persons were drowned in a collision between two large Japanese coastline steamships, one of them crowded with passengers. IThe collision occurred before dawn !n dense fog. The 8,000-ton Matsu Mnru 'of the Nippon Tuscn Kolsha line was the vessel sunk, being struck 1' the 'llldeyoshl Maru, and going down with in a short time. It Is definitely known that the Matsu Maru carried fdrty three sailors and 244 passengers, nnd 'nearly nil of these perished, i The scene of the collision was wltJiln i few miles of the reef on which the Dakota, one of the biggest of the Amer 'lean owned Pacific liners, was sunk a 'year ago. It Is in a dangerous and difficult part of the Hokkaido straits, Bear the city of Hakodate, and just south of the northernmost of t...

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. — 3 April 1908

AKOTA '-COUNTY HERALD. Stat His Soc VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, APRIL a, 1908. N UMBER 31 i ? CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OP ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. nntnirn -ru-wisr t i mrr t n VAJUlii JIUUJ1 liATl JiJCi DYNAMITER KILLS DETECl IVE WOUNDS OTHERS. Conviction or IC. F. McDonald, of Tern Iluute, Intl., for Destruction or HulldlngH at Sanfortl Comes at End or SeiMatloi.nl Trial. Found guilty. of va charge of arson Henry F. McDonald, In the circuit rourt room at Torre Haute, Ind., "hursday, shot and klllrd Detective " William A. Dwyer, seriously wounded j other officers and. was hiroself serlous- , ' ly wounded. The shooting followed "the announcement 'of the verdict rf the Jury before which McDonald had '(been tried on charges of dynamiting IjBtores and churches In Sanford last ( When the Jury reported Its verdict McDonald Jumped to his feet and drew , a revolver, lie fired at Prosecuting Attorney James A. Cooper but missed. Tlr. Cooper dodged and, McDonald di rected hi...

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 April 1908

Jakota County Herald b.HN lis- DAKOTA CITY, NEB. H. REAM, ' rublleher. Bnn Tsk&hlra snya talk rf war arlth Japan Is inhuman. It certainty I tolgbty tiresome,. future i to Bare complete rMrw of all the grievances which afflicted the boy of the pnst. It Is getting to be quite n while dn Mark Twain baa loot money lit anything. ' Hera Is a Question that has oft m fwthere tit ; la marriage always n str eet when. It la not n failure? ; Ott 7,000 people committed wiii-ld' W PruMl last j ear. Kviuen.l.- the fmpelof hope Is unr-h nee'.eJ in t'.i .. ountry. A Congressman who has talkivl Iil.n- Elf Into Congress quite mi tuiv. (('.' at he lotut do a lot of talkliit: u . : (eta there. . Politics not tnly make Btrar-Jv fellows, but It generally leal .. Quarrel as to who sbouNI hive 'V a.l l dle of the bed. V . '., i i: oee astronomers who lmo Ik?:! discovering water on Mars mij'.it li.tr? discovered a lot of It nearer bo:ne If they bad looked this way. , . ' ; Hetty Green says: "I'd rather l...

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 April 1908

Opinions of STRENGTH OF SHIP IS ROBAl'.LY our navy is ss wo are not fool tab If we think It tho best. There are complaint against .all navies. Many years ago, when the Inflexible vai on the storks In England, able constructors provetl by mathematics that when launched slie would turn wrong aide up, but she did not. The Philadelphia of our nivy was top-heavy and narrowly escr.pod turning oer. Her top hamper was re duced, with the eflVt of adding to her stability, hut without curing entirely a fundamental mistake In the calculations of the coiiMr.utor, and she has jcoue Into permanent retirement. Hut none of our t-hlps built since her time have been a-runed of being top-heavy. A Ger man paper is now publishing a series of articles attack ing the value of German warships and denouncing the Minister of Marine. Probably no warship is indestructi ble. The Jaip.iips war vessels might have been de stroyed by RoJcstvcns.Vy's puns If the Russians had hit them. In the language of .the Wild Wes...

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 April 1908

Dakota County Herald JOX H. Rf AM, PUBLIJHFR. Subscription Price. $1.00 Tor Ycr. A weekly newspaper published at Dakotfc City, Nehraka. Permission has ben prsntr-d for I he transmission of this pa per through the mails as second -class matter. Telephone No. 43. There is no end of information about newspapers in the American Newspa per Annnal (published by N W Ajer & Son, Philadelphia, t5.00 net), the 1908 edition of wbicu in just rtut. Cata logued in simple tabulated foim are the facts one , needs in dealing with newspapers, with particular attention to nircula lions, which are all giren in plain figures. There are supplemen tary lists of daily newspapers, nmga aines and class publications. A color ed map of each state is bound in tlin book . It alno contains the Advei User's Telegraph Code, compiled especially for the nse of the publishing interests and filling a long felt want in this di rection. We wonder i! the man who takes a paper for three or four years, without paying fo...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 3 April 1908

REGULATED LIGHT The Arm Adjustable Window Shad Holdar will lit an; win dow: arcommodatt any tirenf hail: throws light t any part of room desired; usra ordinary had: adiusu innlantlt; can ba installed byanyon; allowi frci ciiculaiioa of air. Perfectly Sanitary Arents mak bli rrofitt, homa or travelina. Holder tells on aiiht. The beM, aim pleat, cheap "" d "" atisfartorr lha.lt holder made, for ollica, horn or tore. SAMPLE STMAJLc1" Omaha S!iad9 Holder Co. 214 So. 12th SI. OMAHA, NEB. GO SOMEWHERE Mtxko Th&t Ctlifernla Trip Now Low oqe way Colonist rates daily until April 30th to Utah, California, Oregon, Washington and Montana. Winter Tours To the South and Gulf Re sorts until Aprik30th. Ilomesoekers' Rates 1st and 3rd Tuesdays to Col orado, Big Horn Basrn?" Mon tana and Northwest. The Big Horn. Basin Mr D. Clem Deaver, Land seekers' Information Bureau, Omaha, will personally con duct landseekcrs to this coun try the first and third Tues days in April. Write Mr. Deaver for inform...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 3 April 1908

5akr (S ; AN INTERESTING CHEMICAL EXPERIMEN1 Any Child Can Do It The Result I Almost Llko Magic Useful Too. Anything In the nature of I chernl tal experiment li always Interesting and usual) 7 educative. Hers la a alio pU experiment which any child cat perform and which la Instructs In very practical way: Get a bit 01 Whits Lead about the aire of a pea, i piece of charcoal, a common candle li candlestick, and a blow-pipe. Scoot t a UtUs hollow In the charcoal t hold the White Lead, then light th andle, take the charcoal and lead lr os hand and tbs blow-pipe In tb Cher, with the large end of the blow pipe between the Him; blow the Harm f the candle steadily against the bit erf Whit Lead on the charcoal and Ii tbs White Lead is pure It will present ty resolve Itself into little shilling glob lea of metallic lead, under the lntens boat of the blow-pipe, tearing n residue. If, however, the White Lead Is ad til berated In the slightest degree. It wil aot wholly change Into lead. So, I Wi...

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 April 1908

.four girls Ilestorcd to Health by Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound. Ml ad What That Sap. MlseLlilIanRoss.BM F.atft4th Street, New York, writes: "LTdle K. rinkhara'e Veteta ibis Compound rer t . cam Irreg u I ar i t lee, pe- noato euaerlnr, ana 1 nervous headaches. rafter eTemblna else ' bad failed to help Die, and I feel it ft duty te let others know of It." KatharineCrair.23M i Lafayette St., Denver, suoi., writes: "lutuu to Lydla E. Pinkhsar't I Vegetable Com pound I ' am well, aftersuffecliic for months from ner- Tous prostration." Alias Marie Elo Its- man, of Laurel, la., writes: "Iwasinaran ylown condition andtaf- Sfored from suppression, ilndlireetion, and poor f circulation. Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound made me well and Strong." . MISS KIKm Ri.uienn, tot 4 IT N. East St., Kt. jwanee, IH.,says: "Ly Idle E. Pinkham'sVege Stable Componud cured f me Of backache, side ache, and established my periods, after the best local doctors bad failed to help me." FACTS FOR SI...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 3 April 1908

r l TO THE GTJLF f-jil F.iver Commission , favora Project. , , s. ilcp waterway between Cnlengo 'id tlie gulf seems to U. one of the slbilltle f tb near future. The ojcct tutft Is-en discussed for many ; ars, but now at length Iti soema to running to i( h'h(1, ' V ' , ;The Mississippi It iver Commission, n report now in the, 'bunds f th cretary of War, proposes to go ahead pith that porthm of the 'lakes-ro-thw-I 'ilf deep waterway wliirll lies within Jurisdiction ot) Mhe . Mississippi ?, Ivi r. The members Ix-lleve thnt It i ill Is? both economical ami In the ne of iernianency thom to ndit i omedlatoiy ft deep -waterway project, "id In future wdYk have that big en--rprlse In m-lnd Instead of temporary ink revetment, desultory dredging jid ojoralln attempts to clear certain Jirbors. 'JUk rbisSrt recommends that e Secretary of i War asks Congress ) give the commission a million of illars n year lot three icars, In ad j.tlon to the suru How at the dlsjiosal If the commtHslotv und) with...

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 April 1908

"DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, Stat- M r,oclH, VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1908. NUMBER 32 WORLD'S DAILY htm CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED, COURT AIDS FUGITIVE JiAST CHAITKK IX HEMAUKAMl-lf HOMICTDK CASK. New Yorker Who Is Now a Prominent Citizen of a W.tvn City Twenty Kix Year Ago Killed Hlval in Love anil Politics in an election Day Fight In Rome western city, the name of which Is scrupulously guarded, lives a prominent and respected citizen from whom the supreme court of New York Wednesday removed the stigma of an Indictment which was returned twenty-six years ago and charged John Taylor with the death of Thomas Mur ray. The present home of Taylor and the tin me under which he haa since lived, married and risen to the head of a big mercantile establishment, are known to but three men at Kingston, N. Y., and his secret will be kept. Taylor's Identity was made known by him to the court ufter a search for him which covered two continents and took several years...

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. — 10 April 1908

ta County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. OHN H. REAM, Publisher. The fact tnnr ymcts "'' rn snonTd fcever be blamed on (lie stork. China has horn forced to apoioglze to Japan. Clilna has no I'nciflc fleet of battleships. ' Tt doesn't Inspire a small boy very touch to tell him that he may be vice president some day. I The Kaiser ought to confine his fn- ture correspondence with I-ord Tweed knouth to picture post cards. : Minister Wu Ting Fang wears' a cunt Which is buttoned down tlie buck, hut M has somebody to button It for him. One of the lady novelists has written story entitled "Come and Find .Me.' Is this strictly In line with the leap year spirit? As the Russians were not able to lick the Japnnese at any stage or the game they may feel thnt they have to take it out of their generals. Inasmuch ns the automobile- has come to stay, It devolves upon the road laillders to evolve a pavement that th. automobile can't destroy. Lincoln's life and eulogy of his char acter, said: "I think I hav...

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 April 1908

MAD CAREER OF BANDIT JESSE JAKES Death of His Stepfather Recalls Memories of America's Most , Desperate Outlaw. WAS A SLAYER AND P.0BBER. Outrages Upon Ills Family Incited Hliu to Dseds of Hanlacnl Fury. Recently the den Hi of Ir. Keulien Samuels, of Missouri, has been tin flouneed In n lino. To the majority of tenders this Item conveyed no sig nificance. Yet Poctor Samuels was m figure In the guerilla warfare that tin do of Missouri and Kmsis settings for the bloodiest and bitterest Ktrllc ever waged Iry banded assassins. Sani tiels was. however, a passive figure, tho accidental center of affairs In which he took no part, Conflict waged about Mm, Its fiery billows surging up to the threshold of his home. Tor he was the husband of the mother of Jesse James. Ji woman with the heart of a lioness loving tier own with an Intensity us fierce as the hatred she felt for her enemies. The death of Doctor Samuels recalls the mad career oT Jesse, ns Intrepid n freebooter ps ever murdered and f...

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 April 1908

c tar Vi ' 4 o L C TTOta County Herald iOBM fit, MUM, PUBLIC BF.R. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mailt m second-class matter. Telephone No. 4.1. Among; the many cases adjusted by the state railway commission the fol lowing is of interest to people in this part of the state : Thin cane wu against the Oreat Northern Railway company for refusal to furnish cars for grain shipments to Omaha. As a result of this poliey the farmers along that line between Hioux City and O'Neill were compelled to ship their grain to Minne apolis paying freight on an ntineces aarially long hanl and being deprived of better prices which the nearer mar ket frequently affords, A hearing was held on this matter in which the defendant compajy pleaded a technic ality to the effect that the offending carrier was a snbsidiary linn instead of the Oreat Northern itself. This was not a...

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 April 1908

7 Or 'r REGULATED LIGHT Th. Arm Adjuub1 Window Sh.da Heldar M fit any mim do : leronmediit anv aiaa of .had.; throw, light to any tart of room daalrad: aaaa oralaara had: aJiutta inatantiv; eaa ba Inatallrd ba anrona; allow. fr cireul.Uaa at air. Perfectly Sanitary Acrm. maka blf arofita. horn a or (ravelin. Holdar tails on tight. The beat, aim plan, cheap, eat and moat .ati.ractorr thada bolder made, forofbea. boma or ttoia. SAMPLE BY MAIL Omaha Shade Holder Co. 214 So. 12th St. OMAHA, NEB. April Specials To tK P&clflo Coast Very favorable excursion rates to the Pacific Coast during the summer season of 1U0S, in cluding special dates in April to California as follows: April 25th and 2Gth. Illustration, only SCO round trip. The Coast tour is the finest rail road journey in the world. Make it this summer. Also low one way rates during April To Colorado and Rocky Mountains Plan now for your summer vacation in Colorado, Wyom ing, the Black Hills, or Yel low Stone Park. Very low and...

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 April 1908

HOW TO APPLY PAINT. Greatest care should he taken when, painting buildings or Implements which re exposed to the wentlier, to have the tnlnt applied properly. No excellent- of material cau make up for onrelcss ticM of application, any more thnn care In applying It can make poor pnlut "wear well. The surface to be painted should he "dry and scraped and sandpapered linr.l 'and aiuootb. Pure white lend should 'foe mixed with pure linseed oil, fresh for the Job, and should be well brushed out, not flowed on thick. When paint ing Is done In this manner with Na onal Lend Company's- pure white lend trade marked with "The Dutch Boy Talnter") there la every chance' that the Job will be satisfactory. White lead in cnuabie of absolute test for purity. .'Nn t ional Lead Company, Woodbrld:i Building, New York, will send a testing outfit free to any one Interested. A Hungarian student who was plucked at a recent examination nt Klnnienburg hot bioiHelf, but first winged an exam iner. flaw I Cared ...

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 April 1908

' Waetlaaj Orasamar. Bobby' mother na often distressed ky her mall son's lapses from correct tpeecJr; all the more because bla re ports from school were always so good. "Bobby," she snld, pltilntlvply, one "why do you kwp rolling Major to 'set up wbon yon know 'sit up' I what yon should fny?" "Oh, well, mother," Bobby answered hastily, "of Course I hare lots of gram mar, but t don't like to wuRte It on Major wlin ho doesn't know the dif ference, being n dog." Tfca Smooth Handle. Everything has two handles one by Which It may be borne, another by which It cannot If your brother acts unjustly, do not lay hold on the affair by the handle of bis Injustice, for by that it cannot be borne, but rather by the opposite, that he Is your brother, that he was brought up with you, and thus you will lay bold on It as It Is to fee borae. E.iletotus. The Right End. One day Percy, aged 3, was play ing with the tall of a big dog. "Look out." said a careful aunt; "he'll bite you. uVur." "Oh, no. nunti...

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 April 1908

!AL CIAL CHICAGO. & 0. Dun & Co.'s weekly review ol srade lo the Chicago district nays I I "The recent isoproviag tone in commer cial affairs la sustained, although the ls kelp'pmenta thin week were not entirely harmonious, fudged by the volume f pay menu through the batiks runniag slightly over those at this time lat year and a tratif yfag deetra in the feature reported there la evidence of recovery, but conditions In Iron and stool mnain bark ward, and the suspension of coal mining and the 'discouraging tread of curreaK-v Validation at Washington rather interfere With important undertakings, i "Unsettled weather baited the expand ing demand hi leading retail lines, and. while sales were good of housewares and food products, rising temperature l need ed .to stlmnla'e toe demand for men's Tnd women s wear and mlllfneryV "Forwarding of general merchandise from the wholesale district exhibits a sea oncMe yojujne, aj mat) orders fo Tf "goods, clothing, footwear and furniture re...

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