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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 1 May 1908

rucohol -'i needed oarsanarilla is not a ;: drink. As now made, : 5 not a drop of alcohol !c is a non-alcoholic tonic i '.-. iUivs. Ask your own f rbuut your taking this ! "Ino for thin, impure :. Follow his advice ' ;!.:ie. He knows. A. VV publiob our formuiaa 9 W b.inlit; leono' from our mdicinei W urge you 10 consu it your doctor What is the Hrst great Nine doctors out of :l;!y reply, 44 Keep the bowels JJnatk him another ques f i'o von think of Ayer't -i.v.i'-p?" mm April S'p eoi&ls To tK Pacific- Coast Very favorable excursion rates to the Pacific Coast during the summer season of 1908, in cluding special dates in April to California as follows : April 25th and 26th. Illustration, only $60 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 R.ocky Mountains Plan now for your summer vacation in Colorado, Wyom ing, the Black Hills, or Yel low Stone Park. Very low and attractive summe...

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. — 1 May 1908

HOW TO TEST LINSEED OIL. There la nothing thnt will mnke paint go wrong on the hotis" more quickly than Kor oil. It Is as bad In Hii way a adulterations In the white lead. Petroleum oil chenponor m:iy 1 detected by placing drop of the 11 on a blnrk painted surface. If one rin the characteristic Iridescence or play of colors which kprosnne exhibits. It . Is evidence of adulteration. Corn and fiBh oil can be detected hy the moll. Adulteration In white lead enn host fce discovered by the use of a blow pipe, which Natlonnl Load Company will send with Instructions free to nyone Interested In paint. Address, National Load Company. Woodbrldga Building, New York City. BABY IN TERRIBLE STATE. AwfiMIimor Eating Amir r'aee Ilod m Mui of Borea rulrari 'nra In Two Wrrki. "My little daughter broke out nil over her body with a humor, anil we used everything recommended, but without results. I called !n three doc tor, but she continued to grow worse. I lor hitjy was a mass of sores, and her little ...

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. — 1 May 1908

This woman says that after fnontbs of suffering: Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound made hep as well as ever. Maude E. Forgie. of Leesburg.ViL, writes to Mrs. I'inKuam : "1 want other Buffering women to know what Lydia K. I'inliham'a Vege table Compound lias dono fur me. For month I suffered from feminine ilia o that I thought I could not lire. I wrote von, and after taking Lydia E. Pinkhanis Vegetable Compound, and using the treatment you prescribed I felt like a new woman. I am now strong, and well as ever, and thank you lor the good you have aone me." FACTS FOR SIOCWOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable ComnouiKi, made from roots and herbs, lias been the standard remedy for female ills, and has jwsitively cured thousands of women who have leen troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, regularities, periodic pains, baekache, that liear-ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges Jrtn,dizziuess or nervous prostration. "Why don't you try it?...

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. — 1 May 1908

ccmr tm ejirbsoxe buii-dircs bttcutld n the disastrous G1C.CCO.000 FILE WHICH SvVZPT THE CITY tors Iff 1 HA w -weva. -r Mm,,,. . tr Y.VLG.X fcUILDIKtf. ' .iv '" v, if fc-"rftif fc-nniiiir-' -- ' jZtt'ZliS'ZX. TQUAKJ1.. IN FIRE-SWEPT CHELSEA. SUlfef Xaurs on a Or at Scale Art Blnf SucceiBfully Carried Out. System and order have succeeded baoa In flre-awept Chelsea, Musk. Re lief committees have now an nhnoxt Iberfect organ Ir.ntlon. Nearly J0,0(X persons are homeless and destitute and providing shelter and food for Oichc If a dlfllcult problem. From all parts jpf the State of Kussuchusctts money, clothes and provisions have poured nto the stricken city. It Is cmU knated that fully $500,000 will Im sub scribed for the relief of the sufferers. Already 11 bodies have been recov ered amidst the ruins of the burned city and it Is feared that this number Will be greatly increased as the work (of clearing away the debris goes for (ward. The Humes swejtt over the doomed city -with such rapid...

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. — 8 May 1908

State Hi a ncit DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, NUMBER 3G LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP TUB NEWS OP THB WHOLE WORLD. IN MAJESTIC ENTKY lUKillTY WAItSIIIPS SWW.I' INTO KAN KKAXCISt'O UAKBOIt. Tor Hie Last Time Pnniou Veteran of tho Sea Sails Into llui'brtr lit Com mand ot a Grout Fleet Whirl of Merrymaking Follows Arrival. Through the i towering rocky por tals of the golden Rite heavily luden jwlth the romance of centuries Into the harbor of the city of a hundri hills; into a new San Francisco risen from the ruins of two years ago, the Atlantic battleship fleet steamed Wed nesday In review of a multitude un numbered. It was the same Imposing Migeant of Immaculate white snips that sailed from Hampton Konds near !y live months ago In the wake of the president's nag, but with the splendid accomplishments of a record-breaking cruise of more than 14,000 miles and three weeks of wonderful tarket work behind It. Wednesday the white anchored, four starred blue flag of the secretary of the navy, flyin...

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. — 8 May 1908

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN 11. REAM, . - . Publisher T1m it'ii ! i 1,1'ni'iv ii ppi)irn m tit doing cnui.idcriihic business. to. A iiiiiii doesn't enjoy being toll! to Inli'd IiI a own business, .vet It in always glNlll llllvlcC. Helens. Mont.. In the storm center JiiKt now. It ha started a wild, des- ftcrnte crusade against the billboard nuisance. Prince ill Sagitn doubtless thinks that being tin- husband of au heire will prove hp easy a way of making living' aa any. . Thing are not a. had as they might be. King Peter of Scrvla Is 1eliBTlng to well that Ills icople are able to go about their business without making oiiii-li noise. Keqirescnlattve Hobnon aaya the time la coming when It will be necessary to turn' thla country Into an armed camp. Mr. Hohnon la one of our most consist ent iHfwiinlsta. A musician who rewrote a song for a woman brought suit and the Jury re turned a verdict of $.. If the song waa of the "popular" variety thla ap pears too small a flue. He...

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. — 8 May 1908

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NKB, JOHN II. RKAM, . - . ftibllMhcr TIm ll llli i . 1,1'nlW llpl ir to l dollar coiiidcrnbie business, fio. A 111:111 doetn't enjoy being 1oll to w'wl hi own business, yet It In always good mlvlif. Helena. Mont.. In flip storm center Just now. It has started a wild. des ecrate crusade against the billboard nuisance. I'rlnec l Sagsn doubtless thinks that Is'tng the husband of an heiress Will prove UK easy a way if making llt'ln? aa any. . Things ore not aa had aa they might be. King I'eter of Servla la behaving - well that bla people are able to go bout their business without making Billeh llolse. Ka'esciitatlve Hobson aaya the time la coming when It will be necessary to turn' thla country Into an armed ramp. Mr. Hohann la one of our moat consist ent lieaalinlata. A musician who rewrote a aong for a woman brought ault and the jury re turned a verdict of $5. If the aong waa of the "popular" variety thla ap pears too small a fine. Henry .Mines haa wri...

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. — 8 May 1908

Gh&NGIIG the on'QLDGLORy The admission of Oklahoma Into the tJnlon has necessitated the rearrango mrat of the stars on the flag to admit the symbol of the new State, ami it has been a big task to rearrange the tars on all the military Bugs of the country. Various Ideas have been advanced for the simplification of the field of stars on Old Glory. The difficulty In adding new stars la that the rows are neces sarily made np of uneven numbers, and AFTER LONG YEARS. Dear, whom I would not know If I passed you on the street. Bo long and long and long ago Are tho days when we usd fa m?f, Ton may be glad to hear That somewhere out of the blue 'Come vague sweet dreams that bring you That I often think of you; That now and then I thrill At a rustle In the dark ; That I start as the wind sweeps over the hill, As I see the fire-fly's spark. Somebody stepped on my grave? Or somebody slipped out of yours T I cannot Mil I There are ghosts that era? A bit of the love that endures. Harper's Maga...

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. — 8 May 1908

Changing Ths admission of Oklahoma Into the t7nloQ has necessitated tbe rearrange mnt of the stars on the flag to admit th symbol of the new State; and It has been a big task to rearrange the tars on all the military flags of the country. Various Ideas have been advanced for the simplification of the field of stars on Old Glory. The difficulty In adding new stars is that the rows are neces sarily made up of uneven numbers, and AFTER LONG YEARS. Dssr, wbora I would not know If I passed you on tbe street. Bo long and long and long ago Are the days when we ud to m, Ton may be glad to h?ar That somewhere out of tbe blue Come vague sweet dreams that bring you near, That I often think of you; That now and then I thrill At a rustle in the dark ; That I start as the wind sweeps over the hill. As I see the fire-fly's spark. Romf body stepped on my grave? Or somebody slipped out of yours T I cannot ttfl I There are ghosts that crave A bit of the love that endures. Harper's Magazine. AUNT HANN...

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. — 8 May 1908

Dakota County Herald JOBS B. Iff. AM, PUBLISHER. nbcripVion Price. $1.00 Per Yenr. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the tranamition of thia paper through the mails as second-class matter. Telephone No.' 43. The Board of Managers of the Ne braska State Fair have ordered plans for an auditorium to seat 4,500 people. This building is to bo erected vest of the administration building on the aide hill, where a natural amphithon ter is obtained. This building will make a splendid place for Liberati Orand Military Band and Concert company of 60 people, 18 of whom are Orand Opera singers and soloists. who render tttabat Mater and other grand operas. National speakers can also be nsed here to advantage and we aro pleased to see the management aie us-.ng their money for such build ings for the people's comfort. I 4 -A- I 1 4m m Aiir Cvlinrrae T II VIII WUI t.AVIiailC.W IM Pender Republic: Hi". Tinker and mother visited at the O W Baker hom...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 8 May 1908

Ii on-alcoholic Sarsaparilla If you think you need a tonic, .;r.k your doctor. If you think you need something for your blood, ask your doctor. If you think you would like to trv jycrs non-alcoholic Sarsapa- Ifrilla, csk your doctor. Con sult him often. Keep in close touch with him. Aiders W publish oar formula W banlah lcoh8l from oar mdlolnt W arr yon to oon.nlt jour doctor 6 Ask y6ur doctor to name some of the result of constipation. His long list will b.'rjn with sick-headache, biliousness, dyspe psia, thin blood, bad skin. Then a si? nim if he would recommend your tisiji .vcr's Pills. ' ' -v '! J. O. Ayer fro. . PLAN WOW To tK Paclflo Coast Very low round trip rates commencing June 1st for at tractive Coast tours, only $G0; slightly higher via Shasta Route and Puget Sound. To QhIoeie and Etvst Republican Convention excur sion tickets at low rates in June; also summer excursion rates in connection with con vention and Summer Tourist rates to eastern resorts. To Colorado and Rook...

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. — 8 May 1908

IIKENSIBE BY MRS. MARY J. HOLMES ef mw," "TW Cifllik OtsIum" -"mmMmJ m A mn!4." "less IItws," mrt'ii." " laml iM SankiM," "Unls Ma," a. CHAPTEH XVI. (Continued.) Maddy could rot explain why It was Hut ha felt ltd the doctor would tU Ouy. She did not analyse any of her feel lage, or atop to ask why ah should car to have Guy Remington know tb answer he had aiveo Dr. Holbrook.. II was Joint to htm now, ah wa sure, for he arose to leava her, saying h might not ? her again befor b returned to Now ork. She did not mention hi bill. That Was among th bygones, a thing never again to b talked about, and ottering Mm her hand, ah looked for an initant arnestly Into hi face, then without a . Word, harried from th room, while th lector, with a aad, heavy heart, went in uet of Guy. "Refused you, did you any?" and Ony' (ace certainly looked brighter than It had be.'ore sine be left th doctor with WAddy Clyde. "Yea, refused ma, aa I might have known ah would," waa tb doctor's re fly, spoken so natur...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 8 May 1908

BABY'S Favourite Skin Soap Warm baths with Cuticura Soap followed, when neces sary, by gentle anointings with Cuticura, the great Skin Cure, preserve, purify and beautify the skin, scalp, hair and hands of infants and children, relieve ecze mas, rashes, itchings, irrita tions and chafings, permit rest and sleep and point to a speedy removal of torturing, disfiguring humours when all aIcp f jilc M,y U"J ,rom dll ClbC IdllS. the hour of birth. So'd throughout Ik world. Dpoti: London. 27, (t.Hrlrrliouw Ha.; Parts. -I, Hu de Ik I'nlx: Auitm Iki. K. Tusns 1 Cm.. Kydnrr: Indls. h. K. Paul, inli ulM: ( bli. Hone Kens Urun (.: Jausn. MuniTa. Lid , Tokio; HumIs. Fprreln. M'ltro; So AIH I i nnon. I.td . ip Town, rtc: I H A. froin-r lnr A ctirm. cortv, Sule Prop.. Hoc loo. a-Poi 1 m, Cuticura booklet on the Skin. TOILET ANTISEPTIC Keeps the breath, teeth, mouth and body sntisepticalty clean and free from un healthy germ-life and disagreeable odors, which water, soap and tooth preparations alon...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 8 May 1908

1552 Council of Trent prorogued. J007 Hudson sailed on his first voymgi of discovery. 3704 First issue , of the Boston Newi Letter, the first American newspaper, 3707 Allied English, Dutch and PortU guese forces defeated by the French and Spanish at battle of Almanza 1700 Demerara taken by Great Britain, 1S05 Dome, Tripoli, captured by Ameri can marines. 3821 The Ore Patriarch put to death at Constantinople, U834- The Quadruple treaty established the right of Isabella to the throne ol Spain. l&W Battle of Ban Jacinto. 3840 Earl of Onthcart appointed gov ernor of Canada 3851 First Canadian postage stamp Is- sued. 13850 The French army defeated the Annara troops, 10,000 strong. 1380.1 Mail ateamcjr Anglo-Saxon wrecked off Cape Race, with lost of 237 live 0868 Chariot Dickens left the United States for borne United State government concluded a treaty ol peace wltA the Sioux Indiana. 1878 -Queen Victoria declared Bmprei of India. 1807 Grant' tomb, Riverside Park, Now York, dedicated...

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. — 15 May 1908

State His Society DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUJIE XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1908. NUMBER 37 LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THB . NEWS OP TUB WHOLB WORLD. PRISONERS ARE SLAIN IMSASTKOVS ISIIKAK FOIt LIB. KKTY IN 1US.SIAX TOWN. Thirty Killed, Many Are Wounded, Some of Them Fatally Inmates Taking N'o I 'art In the IM(t Are Shot Down with the Kest. A dispatch from Yekaterlnoalav, Itussla, says the attempt made Tues day by prisoners to break out of th government Jail there after making a breach In the wall of the guard room with a bomb, was a complete failure, but It brought about a horrible scene if slaughter In and around the jail building. Twenty-eight of the prison ers were shot to death by guards and another of them has since died of his wounds. Thirty others were wounded. and It is expected that several of these will succumb. As soon as the bomb was thrown one of the detachments of prisoners charged . the guards In the court yard and attempted to climb the well. Twelve o...

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. — 15 May 1908

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. SOUS It. RKAM, ... Publisher A fool r.r..l hi money never att.p to shake luirds when they part "Evelyn Thaw Bays Rlie ennnot live In New York." Is Now York getting to be a dull town? "Any m-oninn can he beautiful," aaya Mnie. Yale. Sure thing; most of them re and no quest Urns asked. A Judge has culled a wlf deserter a "common yellow dog." We protest ftgnlnst such Injustice to drip. Ilelle dc Silvan Bays American for tunes are decaying. Does ho detect an anient and fish! ike odor In the Gould fortune T ' Eltsr Wheeler Wilcox says the world Is growing letter, but nearly every big city Is calling for a larger police force Just the an mo. Oh, to be explicit,' the courts do not consider kissing In Itself a violation of the law, unless the party of the second part strongly objects. We may expect to hour occasionally that a bank has gone Into bankruptcy, even when the motto, "In God We Trust" Is restored to tlie coins. People who have a grudge agains...

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. — 15 May 1908

LOSS OF THE TORPEDO-DESTROYER TIGER AND THIRTY-SIX LIVES. 'IS -i nmin'i.iiinnMii)i nij rnniw iimi m I "ijmi mi,ai at umi i"aiu.i'iiaa. wnr f a". a a ' f'f jP' ' U 'a" f .Jr.t frfA ' i rKV V-""" t v i t P K JL C "-Mm JtJtSv.4 ? VMtKRi." . f 4 fltw v, r r fi i THE COLLISION BETWEEN THE TIGEB AND THE CRUISER BERWICK. The lllur.tratlou uopiots thi tcrrlhlo liritish lmvul disaster which recently occurred off the Isle of Wight. During Bonic night operations, carried on without lights, off the south coast of the Island, the destroyer Tiger ran across the bows of the armored cruiser Berwick. Both vessels were going at full speed, and the destroyer was cut la two between the second and third fuunels. The forepart, on which the commander and most of the deck hands were stationed, tilted perpendicularly and went down with all hands, 'i'lic men In the stern part, promptly ordered up from below, were able to throw themselves clear of the rrv.t of the vessel, and some kept afloat on oars, spars, ...

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. — 15 May 1908

Dakota County Herald iOOM H. tPKAM, PCBL18HKR. Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newnpaper published l Dakota City, Nebraska. PermiMion has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the Hanaila as second-class natter. Telephone No. 43. There are boom. whiskers on the Ilughes The Taftbaml wagon is about full o you had better climb in, Monday's Linooln Journal printed as nnid advertisement, the signers to forty-five applications for saloon li censes. The North Platte Conference of the Lutheran Synod of Nebraska will meet t Benson June 9th and lUth. Rev 11 W Livers, of South Omaha, is prcs ident and Rev V 8 Oberholtaer, of Dakota City, is secretary. The meeting t lienson will mirk the first anniver sary of the oiganization of the Luther an church at that place. S, La. X i a frrttn niir Eychanfres 0-- Ljons Mirror: Mrs David Everett rad son, Harry, were in Dakota City this week .... Kate McElhinney visitud in 8ionx Cilv aud Allen. Nebr, this week. Osmond Republi...

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. — 15 May 1908

is. iYofr Hair? In your comb? Why so? Is not the head amuch better place for it? Better keep what Is left where It belongs! Ayer'sHalr Vior, new Improved formula, quickly stops falling hair. There is not a particle of doubt about it. We speak very posi tively about this, for we know. Dors not change the color of the hair. formula with aaaa bottl. 9 Show It to your dootor Yak him about tt, than do a,a ho aaya yers Indeed, the one great leading feature of our new Hair Vigor may well be said to be this it stops falling hair. Then it Rics one step further it aids nature in r-ttoring the hair and scalp to a healthy .?ndi:ion. Ask for "the new kind." ""lofcrtho J. C. AyerCo., Lowell. Unit. PLAN NOW To tK Paoifio Coaat Very low round trip rates ' , commencing June 1st for at tractive Coast tours, only $G0; slightly higher via Shasta Route and Puget Sound. To Chtotvtf frtd Etvst Republican Convention excur sion tickets at low rates in June; also summer excursion rates in connection with con...

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. — 15 May 1908

IIKENSIBE BY MRS. MARY J. HOLMES Aithsr tt " DM Nw," "Tlx Cnfllik Orrh.i " " HrnnWrtJ m Ikt Rllli'tV "Ual IItwi," " Maawfcrk," " Inrpfft aS Eanskin," "Caaula Maudt," ftc. CHAPTER X Vlt. (Continued.) Guy was a puzzlo to himself. He would hoc aamic mat during the past year ms liking for Maddy Clyde bnd grown to be WTn AtS. 1 n a mAtrtrf9 titan nmM f rljtnrldlil n. fior yet that his feelings toward Lucy had i undergone a ohange, prompting him not to go to her when she was sick, and not to be as sorry as he ought that the mar- Idaga was again deferred. Lucy had no -suspicion of the change, and- her rhild- liko trust In him was the anchor which held him still true to her in intentions at leant, if not In reality. lie knew from her letters how much she had lwirn d to like Muddy Clyde, and so, he argued, Ihere was no harm in his liking her. too. (Bhe was a splendid girl, and it seemed n tity that her lot should have been so humbly cast. This was usually the drift f his thoughts in connecti...

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