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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 15 May 1908

'3 1 ' I 'I . I I ! L What is Peruna? T fj. " t f r ii u.uiarrn kxemeuy, or a ionic, or is it Both? Some people call Peruna a gTeat tonic catarrh remedy. Which of these people are right? Is It more proper to call Peruna a ca tarrh remedy than to call it a tonic f Oar reply is, that Peruna is both a torio and a catarrh remedy. Indeed, there can be no effectual catarrh remedy that is not also a tonic. In order to thoroughly relieve any case of catarrh, a remedy must not only have a speciflo action on the mucous membranes affected by the catarrh, but it must have a general tonio action on the norvoni system. Catarrh, even in persons who are otherwise strong, is u weakened condi tion of some mucous membrane. There most be something to strengthen the circulation, to give tone to the arteries, and to raiso the vital forces. Perhaps no vegetable remedy in the world has attracted so much attention from medical writers as HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS. Th9 wonderful efficacy of this herb has been rec...

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. — 15 May 1908

I inAnUAL ' CHICAGO. Heavy May settlements and interest disbursement account for a largely in creased volume of payment through the banks, while commercial defimiin sustain their recent high average. The business situation generally present no special de velopment, production find distribution in the looding Industries reflecting but lit tle departure from conservative policies pending a clearly defined revival in de tnandci. Unusually wet weather hinders seasonable activity in leading retail lines, construction and farm work, but enoour agemcnt is derived from further favora ble reports an to winter wheat growth and the promising outlook in agriculture. Crop marketing run short of those year ago, and there is smaller outgo of breadstuff's from tihis market, although operations in the Slay deliveries appear on a heavy scale and prices have risen to the highest average this season. Money is quoted lower and choice com mercial paper commands the easiest rata In several years. Offering...

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. — 22 May 1908

V St DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. 0tv VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1908. NUMBER 38 flllMf.T HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. MAE WOOD TO JAIL Aimi'PT KXD 4)F PLATT SUIT IS SKXS.VTIONAIj. " Judge Questions Plaintiff Briefly, Then Suddenly IMsnilsw-fi Suit, Declaring Charge Against Plait Unfounded, and Miss Wood la Lorkel Up. The case of Mae C. Wood, the Oma ha woman who sued United States Senator Thomas C. Piatt for divorce, came to ft sudden and sensational end Thursday afternoon when Justice O'Qorman, of the supreme court, dis missed the complaint and directed the complainant be committed to the city prison under $5,000 ball on a charge of perjury. Miss Wood was taken to the Tombs. The climax came after the Introduc tion in evidence of the deposition of a man who manufactured the blanks upon one of which the alleged Platt Wood certificate had been prepared, In which he declared that the blank form in question was not lithographed until three months af...

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. — 22 May 1908

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, MED. JOHN II. REAM, - - ru Wisher A doctor cnii lmtdly be blamed for foslr. hi temper when he gets out of Bishop Follows thinks the avcrnge man ought to live to be 120 years old. Fass the word to Osier. Mr. Asqulth, England's new premier, Is a mnn with a past, and It Is a past that Is highly to his credit. A woman wants $7",oo0 for a kiss. Wall street In Its palmiest days never saw a more flagrant attempt at over capitalization. Farmers In the dark tobacco district of Kentucky are selling out and leav ing the State. In some localities this is too free a country. An Indiana womuu claims to have discovered how to keep eggs for a yeor. Borne of the grocers apiear to have discovered long ago how to do that. According to Chancellor Day, men get rich, get fat, get dyspepsia, and die. But there was Russell Sage, who got rich, but didn't get fat, and died anyway. Possibly Congress has the absurd Idea that to build two battleships at a cost of $20,000,000 wi...

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. — 22 May 1908

CANNIBALISM STILL PTLACTICZD IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC ISLANDS GLADNESS ON THE WAY. , T j I Opinions cf Great Papers on Important Subjects. NEAKI3T3 EXD OF' A' nir.AC'lIE? WHIM iclnlinler il the approaching ox uuA(n of r.nlhrai lie coal I furnished by the Glrard cslalc. When the givi.t phllnn tlrrcplst (Uri! :in important part of hi l'it acy to hr.'::ai:'.t.v v.cs hi hard civil In mis. Mil: lug f iv 'in III: i'i lep si.s iias gone on nmu:i:y lor Nivc.ity jvurs or more. It was formerly the i-,is; :;i i f inihraei'te m'.ne owners to lny aside 10 rents for each ton of coal taken from the ground, which iuiny constituted n sinking fund. When tho mini' should be exhausted tills sinking fund was expected to equal the o'.'l.-liml cost of the properly. But recinlly the Glrard i state has put to the sinking fund account the total selling price of nil the coal mined. That ! to say, if S-1 ,:.'!:. (,() v.vvlh of ecal is ti'.ken out, the $l,0C0,CiO i placid to capital account , as an asset, which has...

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. — 22 May 1908

Dakota County Herald .KCAlf, riBueiiiit. Subscription Pike. W.00 Fer Year. josh a. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission haa been granted forthe transmission of thiapepeithrougbthe mailt at second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. iaMMaiaaiaaaaa"aaaaBiaawaaiaiaa"a"5 a . mm a items ot i merest from our Exchanges 5 Ta Decatur Herald f J W (Mbrey retina d from Lis San Francisco trip vaster- Thurston Gaxette: Mr and Mrs Chat Peterson were down 'from Neco ra last Snoday visiting relates. Allen News: Mrs H 0 Heckt visited, several days with Mrs J M John son of, South Sioux City, the early part of the week. Ponca Journal: John V Pearson, flam Bittenbendei and 0 A Kingsbury brought home a fine lot of bass from Crystal Lake as a result of yesterday's fishing. Hartington News: Mr and Mrs Chas Ireland, of Hubbard, last week went to work for L D Greenwood .... Geo Nelson, Harry Champion, Claud Daird and Jim Robinson were Crolton ' visitors yesterday. Pender Republic: J...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 22 May 1908

3a. w Where is Your Hair? I In. your comb? Why so? Is i not the head amuch better place 0 for it? Better keep what Is left Swhcreitbelonesl Ayer'sHalr y Visor, new Improved formula, quickly stops falling hair, a There is not a particle of doubt about it. We speak very posl- lively about this, for we know. Docs not change the color of the hair. formula with mb bottl Show it to font doctor A.k hlmToont It, then do u h ay. yers Inderd, the one great leading feature of our new nair vigor may well De said to bo this it stops falling hair. Then it coes one step further it aids nature in "storing the hair and scalp to a healthy .j.iuinuu. s ior "tne new aina. " the, c. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Mm-. PLAN NOW To tH Paotflo Coast Very low round trip rates commencing June 1st for at tractive Coast tours, only $60; slightly higher via Shasta Route and Puget Sound. To Chlctatrfo and Eivat Republican Convention excur sion tickets at low rates in June; also summer excursion rates in connection with con v...

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. — 22 May 1908

HKENSIBE BY MRS. MARY J. HOLME8 at "Sara Omm." "TV CntlM Orhj.i," Bamfi m lb fllll" "Lm ''MtiMwVwt," " Traifart saa Saaaktea," "taaala Ml ' Thousands of American women In our homes are daily sacrificing their lives to duty. CHAPTER XVIIL (Continued.) Bow chatty and social ha was, trying to cheer Maddy op and make her forget that mich a thing as death had so lately tound entrance there; talking of Jessie, bf Alkenoide, of ths pleasant little timl they would have during the vacation, and 9t the next terra at school, when Maddy, u one of the graduating class, would not be kept In as strictly as heretofore, but allowed to see more of the city. Maddy UH as If she should die for the pain tugging at her heart, while she listened to him and knew that the pictures he was drawing were not for her. Her place was there; and after the breakfast was and Flora had cleared me aisnes so that tney over t i -i ' t ah shut the door. and pretty, the children well dressed might be alone, ana, . weakness ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 22 May 1908

DOOM OF THE BIO TOMATO. Maanmotti Red Fellow f m Ww Year Aarn Kw Rarrl? Dees. The big tomnto hart Its day and 4M fate hns been settled by that voice which decides what shall and shall not be In most matters of public Interest that Is, public opinion says the Gar dener's Magazine. When the man la the street first cultivated his palatt op to a point of liking tomatoes, grow ers set out to provide him with Mf fruits, which went all tight for a time. The new varieties of a few years ago were characterized by the alee of their fruit, and there Is no telling what pitch we. should have got to by now If thlags had gone on, but the consumer put the veto on big tomatoes, and they hive gone under. Perhnps he admired tht monsters when on the show board, but when he went to the shop for a pound of tomatoes he didn't want a single fruit, but about four, and market grow ers soon began to realise this. t Exhibitors hnve followed In the sams line, and to-day one rarely sees mons trous fruits staged,...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 22 May 1908

mm Bricklayers In Japan are paid 83 cents ft dy. la the buildinc trad of the United Kingdom there are employed about 1,200, t)00 people. lAn effort la being made to organise the rorkmen of Mexico on the aam line aa they are In other countries. For the twenty year 1887-1900 the av ertge of unemployed among 639,678 Brit ish trade unlonlita waa 4.5 per cent. Montreal (Canada) 'longshoremen ob ieet to the bonua system Introduced by lie shipping men, but the latter refuse to Abolish it. The recently organized Master Barbers association at San Francisco, Cat., baa ftromised to finance the Barbers' Union in Its efforts to put all the shops in a sani tary condition. ' The Congregational Ministers' Associa tion of Minneapolis, Minn., has asked the local Central Labor body the privilege of guying dues the same aa other organisa tions. The offer waa declined. In the installation of a co-operative sewing shop at Manhattan, another prac tical side of the Women's Trade Union league has developed ...

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. — 29 May 1908

Stat DAKOTA . COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1908. NUMBER 39 CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OP ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. LEWIS GOES TO CHINA METHODISTS ASSIGN SIOUX CITY MAX TO r)0 CHOW. Bishop John Ia Xculson, of Ohio, As signed to New Episcopal Headquar ters Created for the Nebraska Mo tropolls Quujic to Oklahoma. i 1 1 m nMHiKnmfnr nr niHnnnx in Tnn ysfrlouH Episcopal residences, than 'which few events of the Methodist general' conference are looked forward to with greater Interest, was reported by the committee on episcopacy Thursday night by a special commit tee of nineteen and adopted by the full committee dining a meeting that lasted until nearly midnight. The as signments were a.-) follows: Boston, Mass J. W. Hamilton. Ducnos Ayres. Argentine Republic Frank M. Bristol. Buffalo, N. y. John W. Berry. . Chattanooga, Tenn. William F. Anderson. Chicago. III. William F. McDowell. Cincinnati, O. David H. Moore. Denver. Colo. Henry W. Warren. Foo Clio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 29 May 1908

11 " ' " " One of -the Essentials of the happy homes of to-day is a vat ifund of information ns to the best method of promoting health and happiness and jright living and knowledge of tho world's 'Jjest products. Products of actual rxcellenee and -reasonable claims truthfully presented tand which have attained to world-wido Acceptance through the approval of tho '"Well-Informed of tho 'World; not of indi viduals only, hut of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and obtain ing tho best the world affords. One of tho products of that class, ot known component parts, an Llhical remedy, approved by physicians and com mended by tho Well-informed of tho World osn valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs and Klixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manu factured by the California I'ig Syrup Co., only, and for t-ale by all leading druggists. SIGK HEABAGH Positively cared by these Little Pill. They also rellertj Dis tress...

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. — 29 May 1908

4 More proof that Lydia E. Pink--ham's VepretabloConipound saves woman from surgical operations. 11113. o. .fi. ujluui9 vi uaiuuit;i Maine, writes: " I was a jrreat sufferer from female troubles, ana Lydla E. l'inkham's Vege table Compound restored ma to health in three months, after my physician declared that an operation was abso lutely necessary." Mrs. Alvina Sperling f 154 Cley liounie Ave.. Chicago, 11L, writes : "I suffered from female troubles,' a tumor and much inflammation. Two of the best doctors in Chicago decided that an operation was necessary to save my life. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound entirely cured me without an operation." 'ACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. i For thirty years Lydia E. l'ink ham's Vegetable- Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been tha standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera tion, flhroid tumors, irrpfimlarities. periodic pains, backache, that bear...

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. — 29 May 1908

Dakota County Herald JtOBB B. Malt, PUBLISHES, 8wWription Trice. $1.00 Tcr Year. A weeUly 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. 43. Ia tba Thurston county court house eeraiv whoTviu the board of commission era entered into a deal with John Bier lor the rental of the Palace hotel building for use as a court house, JadRa Orates granted an injunction, and then made it perpetual, restrain; incr the removal of the county offices from the old court house building Sieveraon had gone to some expense in building a vault and romodeliog the bote! building for oiuce rooms, and will now carry the matter to tu supreme court. - Did it ever occur to you that man's life is full of crosses and temptations? Ha Mxnua into the world without hil consent and goes out against hio will, aod the trip between the two is ex ceediugly rocky. Ihe rule of contra ries w one of the featur...

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. — 29 May 1908

A Cough ' Medicine Ayes' Cherry Pectoril Is a regular cough medicine, a strong medicine, a doctor's medicine. Good for easy coughs, hard coughs, desper ate coughs. If your doctor endorses it for your case, take it. If not, don't take it. Never go contrary to his advice. W publish our formula Wo banish tloohol from ourmodiolnoo yers Wo urro you to oonault your doctor The dose of Ayer's Pills is small, only one tit bedtime. As s rule, laxative doses ore better than cathartic doses. For con stipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, sick fceadixhes, they cannot be excelled. Ask your doctor about this. K1 bv tba J, C. Art Co., Lowlt, Kiu. PLAN NOW To tH Paolfto Coast Very low round trip rates commencing June 1st for at tractive Coast tours, only SCO; slightly higher via Shasta Route and Puget Sound. To Chlcefc.g'o atd Eth.sc 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 Co...

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. — 29 May 1908

0nMM Ikkota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN n. REAM, . . Publisher With some inon the question of right nd wrong m to be a mattef of per sonal taste. The milliners should be abla to make more money If they could sell Lots by the square yard. A Montana man has inherited a coun try home from a dog. He Will be both fashionable and grnteful If he calls his place "The Kennels." A London scientist asserts that ex' cesslve talking produces insanity. Un fortunately the talker la not always tbo nly one who In driven insane. A Berlin scientist says men should become ambiihe.trous nnd learn to use both hands. Most men do when any thing worth grabbing is In sight. As n slight concession to the proprie ties Miss Rible, who was arrested In Chicago for stealing diamonds, should Change her nanm to Lamentations. It Is reported that Chauneey M. De pew has become a vegetarian, but we suspect that the story has been started fcy some opponent of vegetarianism. A Chicago minister suggests the theory...

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. — 29 May 1908

MEMORIAL DAY AT GETTY33-Z0 Memorial Day Is the day uion which we look hack into the bloody 'OOs, and bring our meed of tribute not only to the living, but also to the quiet dead. It is uulque, this memorial day. Other nations have Lad their wars and heroes, but there Is nothing rise In the world like this day of ours, when! year after year and decade after decade, we reuse from active business life, when we send our school children out with fluttering flags and martial Bongs; when we bring roses and wreaths to lay upon shaded graves, and .when we cheer with a lump In our throats at the ever-dwindling, ever-more tottering column in parade. It is au indissoluble part of our national life. It makes one the nation and its history; it teaches our children the compact glory of an undivided union ; It makes us better patriots because It has stirred our patri otism for over 40 years, and better men and women be cause it never yet has failed to touch our hearts. Aimti't: the profound and bea...

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. — 29 May 1908

OlIiONS. discussing the Best Means of Controlling the Liquor Traffic. 1 THEY SPEAK FROM EXPERIENCE tVell-known Nebraska Merchants De- scribe Local Conditions Under Both Dry and Wet Regimes, Affecting Retail Business and Tax Rates. Many responsible business men throughout Nebraska have expressed their opinions on the question of the Brest means of controlling the liquor traffic. Some towns have voted the aloon out of existence, while others cave voted for license. Quite a Dum ber of towns have reversed their pol icy In the matter. In cases like this, residents of those towns -are in a po sition to form accurate judgment re specting the result of this experience. IThe Merchants' and Manufacturers' association recently sent out queries to business men. The following replies faave been received: . ! HOLSTEIN O. I Fischer, grain, says: "It is true that the question of license prevailed In our town through the active Influence of business men and property owners, who feared the loss of co...

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. — 5 June 1908

T -DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1908. NUMBER 40 CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. HOKE SMITH BEATEN BROWN IS CHOICE FOU GOV ERNOR of Georgia. Congressmen Are Returned Entire Dclcgntlon Indorsed for Rc-Electlon No OpiHwitlou to He-Elcctlon of Senator Cloy. Returns up to midnight Thursday Indicate the nomination of Joseph M. Brown as governor of Georgia In the general democratic primary held Thursday by a majority of about 15, 000. The Atlanta Constitution estimates that Brown has won with from 15,000 to 25,000. Brown's managers claim the plurality is larger. Gov. Smith's campaign managers decline to make a statement, and the governor himself says that he cannot comment on the result. In all the eleven congressional dis tricts indications are that the pres ent democratic congressmen will be returned, the only doubt being in the Fifth, where James L. Mayson may contest the election with Congressman J. W. Livingston. 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. — 5 June 1908

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN II. REAM, ... Publisher There are mora happy marriages In the world thna ne rend of In the news papers. We rarely see anything In the news papers concerning Mr. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. If the nmjortly of men would prac tice what their wives preach they would be better off. When you read that a man wound up his business It doesn't necessarily mean that It had run down. "Tars" appears a most unsuitable name for pallor In white uniforms. Why not call them "jwrwder puffs"? It la an historical fart, though, tliat Abraham Lincoln did split rails. Tor tlona of the rails j:e In evidence even yet. When a bank closes Its doors there are always a lot of men In town who narrowly esenHd by not having had any money on deoslt. A telephone girl has been elected to a public ofllce In Missouri. She must have been a tcleplione young lady who seldom gave the "busy" signal. We have It on the word of an English scientist that the North Pole, presum ably having gro...

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