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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 24 July 1908

AmendeS, The editor wan divnmlns; In hit "dm" when the door opened nnd rntlier tern-visa k1 woman entered, without apology, soys a writer In the BalUtuott Sun. "Will you kindly explnln," ahe' be ptn, grimly, throating a uewHpoper dipping under the ertltor'B nose, "why your reviewer refer to my recent book na a "History of Femnle Suffrage by new Illsterlosl Writer?"' "Quite npardonaWe." said the ed itor, gravity. "Of course the word Phould be polled with n 'y. " BED-BOUND FOR MOUTHS. Conaaltatlon. Mm. Enoa Shearer, Yew and Wnali tngton street", Centralla, Wash., nays: For years I wa weak and run down, could not sleep, my limbs swelled and the ecrttlnna were troublesome. ; pains were Intense. I was :J m w "or rour X 1 j roontnR- Three doo R'7S;,vf; tors sakl there was no cure for me, and I was r'ven up to die. Helng urged, I Used Doan's Kidney 1111s. Soon I was better and In a few weeks was about the house, well and strong again." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co...

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 July 1908

01H0AQ0 LEADER Enter W. Chafin It Nominated for President by the Aqua Pur Party. t7ATXTNS IN SECOND FIACX. ' Shortest Platform la History of Na tional Convention! la Adopted at Columbus, Colmntraa Correspondence : Eugene W. Chafln, of Chicago, waa Eated for President of the United by the Prohibition national COD n Thursday. Tor Vice President the convention named Aaron 8. Wat klaa, of Ada, 0., a profesaot In the Ohio Northern University. Doth can tUdates aro gubernatorial candidates of the Prohibition party In their respect ive States. The shortest platform on kvoord and one containing tor the first time In the history of important na tional parties In this country a decla ration in favor of equsl suffrage was framed for the candidates to stand Upon. Republican and Democratic candi dates and platforms were scored alike, tod evidence held to prove that Lincoln was a ProhlbltlonlBt was presented at the opening session of the Prohibition party's national convention, Both Taft And Dry a...

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 July 1908

J DAKOTA -COUNTY : HERALD, VOLUME XVI DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1908. NUMBER, 48 State (is Society CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OP ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. BIG 11A1UUMAN PLAN EAL WITH COrLBMKAXS IX. vasiox or riTTsnuitG. One of llic First Results of Deal W!l5 Bo Appropriation of $10,000,000 to Iut Wabash Lines in Shape to linn dlo Promised Iron Tonnage. That the Gould-Harrlman detil of Thursday is the biggest affair of the kind in railroads for the past two decades has come out at Pittsburg, Pa. The Pennsylvania arid Vanderbili interests, which have practically en joyed a monopoly of the Pittsburg Iron and steel tonnage, are not a little per turbed over the developments. It la found that one of the first things Mr. Harriman will doTiTto spend some thing like $10,000,000 In fixing up the Wabash lilies at this end, bringing them to that state of perfection which will be required In order to haul the steel products promised the AVabash by Andrew Carnegie. before the Goul...

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 July 1908

i : . Dakota County Herald Dakota crrr, ned. i i OIIX IL JlEAil, - - , PiiWIAi llnj-tl Is one of tlie spots on thartn that Is progressing backward. In regard to elections, many have been nnmcd, but few will be chosen. Tbe Cr.ar wants to visit America. Westward the course of empire take Its way. A Chicago tbii'f wears a merry wld tw. Frohably because widows usually are touching. Prince Helle Is oa happy its a roan Ivho hns Just found tho commutation kneal ticket lie thought bo bad lost Dr. Emma Onlbertson, of Boston, as serts that "every woman Is a human being." More wild-eyed radicalism. Time Is money, but you can't start tbank account with It and alt down hlle It draws 8 por cent Interest Strange how proud a solf-marto man U f his handiwork ; yet you nover her 5self-iuade "Indy" throwing any bou uets at her wl f on that score. When It comes to Inqulsltlvonoa and iusplclon almost any woman con give a detective cards aud spades and beat nlm out The a vera go woman get a double quanti...

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 July 1908

FACTS IK TABLOID FO&M. ' Afc. L ' -7jfr ;.fr , , -.-.$'' I 1 ... . -i ,' ; ,wJ WOMEN AND COLIEOE Eirrj CATION. By Prtldat Eliot 0 Harvard. The mala object Of the higher ed ucation of woukmj baa sot been kept buIIIcI tuitly In view. Of court, there nrc other objecta, plenty of tiitm training for the professions; train In t for all the varieties of work that womaa are new engag tog ta ; training for all tkat enjoyment and usefulness that come with knowl edge of the flue arts, and with ap preciation of the trtlstie aplrlt, aud of what the a r tittle aplrlt can do pBKsiDtNT euot. for the activities of a nation. It Is woman to whom falls In greater part the training of tile population In the sense of beaut and la appreciation cf the worth of beauty. Who keeps the flowers blooming re the arerage heuae lot? Who Alls the ono aouthern window with planta In tin cans and broken pieces of crockery? Who engages the florist to keep the rich house filled with flowers through nil the hps sous? ...

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 July 1908

Dakota County Herald JOS B. KKAM, PCBLI8BXB, Subscription Trice. $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newspaper published at DakotsTCity, Nebraska,. Fertnission has been granted for the transmission of ibis paper through the mails as seoonl-clas matter. Telephone No. 43. A SOLEMN WARNING , BY W.J. BRYAN I JUST tlOIII YEARS AGO U-.-..-. v .r ' "THE PICHT THIS YEAR WILL BE TO CARRY OUT THE SENTI MENT OF THAT SONQ WE HAVE SO OFTEN REPEATED, 'MY COUN. TRY 'TIS OF THEE;' IF WE LOSE, OUR CHILDREN AND OUR CHILD REN'S CHILDREN WILL NOT 8UC- CEED TO THE SPIRIT OF THAT SONQ, AND CELEBRATIONS OF THE FOURTH OF JULY WILL PASS AWAY, FOR THE 8PIRIT OF EM PIRE WILL BE UPON U8." (W. J. Bryan, In Welcoming tha Bryan Home Guard and Traveling Men's Club en their return from the National Convention, Saturday, July 7, 1900.) The Democrats prate loudly about campaign publicity. Republican Ne braska baa a publicity law which the Republican State Committee observes to the letter, while the Bryan democ racy, through "Br...

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 July 1908

HORTICULTURE Ixhlblt of Nebraska FrulU and plow ', ere a Featuro of State Fair. " . at - . ioat Nebraska stands high la the fcortlcultural world Is evidenced, by the fcany medals and rewards of merit our fruits have always won at the worlds lairs. Beginning as far back s 1871 and 1876, when R, W. Furnas entered fruits from Nebraska, at the meetings of the American Pomologl eal society and the Centennial exposl Won In Philadelphia, Nebraska fruits nave always stood high. At the Chi cago world fair In 1893, Nebraska Reaches and' grapes received gold med Is, standing second in size and qual ity to only those of New Jersey. Al ttrough this was not a good fruit year lor our state,- the Nebraska exhibit at Chicago was ono of the few that was kept up in good condition from the opening to the close of the exposition Our exhibition of fruit was a distinct revelation to the fruit growers of the east and middle states, and the cour leous treatment accorded visitors did much for Nebraska. At th...

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 July 1908

() i in T Strong arid Steady! By HORATIO UGfR. JB. ft CHAPTER XII. Willw weat up to hi room, and Imrt fy packed hi trunk. 11 felt wronged knd oatraged by tb unfounded chsrg that had bum mid ajrSinst him. Why, no axrued. should Mr. Prummond so read- Py drdd that b bad cheated him out of v dollar? II felt that he could rot, erlth as 7 self-reject, remain any longer fender tb unit roof with a rata wbo liad krnh a poor opinion of him. He wu ot aorry that hii encasement taa at ao end. II bad obtained sorus owMi of th dry good business, and I) knew that bia service wer worth tuoro thsa hia board. Then, acin, though h wu not particular about liv ing Inaurloosly, the far at Mr. Drura bionewaa e uncommonly poor that bt Id sometime long for one of the ab'in Mit and welVcnoked nwala which h ueed to hart spread lwfor him at borne, or ren at hi boarding hous while a pupil f tlve Essex Classical Instltut. lie wan packing hia trunk, when step wa heard en the. atalra, and bia door wa opened by )Jr....

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 July 1908

i 0 10 )ympsj fios fXlixirtfS Gnua : Cleanses tlie System Effect ually, Dispels Colds anAllettil- aches duo to Constipation; A x- 11 ( w naturally, ac :ls truly as i u uaxanve. I3est for!rnVttrnpn and Child rpn-ybunjnncl Old. w jet its I Wejicial Effects Alwovs huy the Genuine uklch jiasTne uil name qj" the Com- CALIFORNIA Ha Syrup Co. ' by fim it i manufacturVii, printed on the frard f rvory pnekoS'. SOLD WALL LEADINQ DRUGGISTS, one size only, regular price 50f-botlle. With Kather'e Mnnlo t Brag don, tbe composer, was working in his Byniphonie poem when the. baby's lusty cry was beard from the nursery. Brsgden bore It manfully for Ave min utes, espetlus baby's mother to coma jlo the rescue. Then be opened the door and shouted ulalrs: i "What Is the matter? Harry, are you teasing tho baby?".s i "Xo, papa." ; "You must be doing something to make him cry."" , "Xo, pupa truly! All Ethel and I Id was to try to sing him to sleep with your" lullaby." A TERRIBLE C0ITDITI03I. .Tort tired by...

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 July 1908

WILLIAM II, TAFT IS NOTIFIED OF HIS NOMINATION Republican Nominee Covers Wide Ground in Accepting Commission as Standard Bearer. Cincinnati, Ohio July JO. Senator .TVIlllam Warner, chairman of the re publican notification committee, In the enforced absence of Senator Lodge, eald, officially notifying Mr. Taft of his domination: Mr. Taft: You an, of course, not un aware, that Mr. Roosevelt's term as president of the tHIIcd States will ex pire on Mar'h 4, IK; that the political ftartlrs of our country are perfecting their organisations preuaratory to presenting to he penple, at the general election to be. held in November next, their respective candidate fur the high office; that the republican parly in national convention, composed of delegate representing every Hate and territory and the outlying po siesslnns of the Vnlted Btatea, assembled at Chicago, on June 16 to 19, inclusive, lias completed its deliberations, that It has outlined and submitted to the cltlscnship nf the republic...

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. — 6 August 1908

DAKOTA , COUNTY HERALD, .'State Hl8 rnnlt.v DAKOTA CITY, NKB., FRIDAY, AUGUST C, 19Q8. NUMBER 4tf VOLUME XVI WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY STATED. MEN TO AID , ROADS WILL ASSIST IX SFXIRINQ HIGH. FJt FIUJGHT RATKS. A Campaign Will Ho Waged In All Parts of the Country Ix-ad in the Movcment'Takeii by Nebraska Stato i- Hallway Employes' Association. Rallrrad men In all parts of the United States are. organizing to assist the railroads In obtaining an Increase In freight rates. Definite ways and means have not yet been decided up on, but the general scope of the plan Includes an extensive campaign of education to show that the Interests of the public demand that the roads bo allowed to Increase their earnings It Is also proposed to present their side of the case before the Interstate commerce commission and beore the state railroad commissions whenever an opportunity presents itself. The lead In the movement is being taken by the. recently organized Ne braska Stat...

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. — 6 August 1908

Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN IL RIuAM, . . fablUiher Pome furincm nre smaller potatoes than they raise. When money bcghm to talk people felt up and take notice. With the numerous courts In session these are trying time. The inuiflplicjitlnn table doesn't sat isfy a small boy's lumper. Jealousy la tliu trading stamp glvep With rath case of true love. Many n man receives cool treatment because of Ills shady reputation. Mankind la divided into happy peo ple, unhappy people, and the Gould fam ily. To choose friends for their appear ance Is no worse than to Judge hooks by the cover. By writing the story of his life nnd suffering himself, Mr. Rockefeller cleverly forest oils Marat Halstead. Dr. Koch's cure for the "sleeping Jckness" Is good medicine to "try on" . tho boy whose Job la the early chores. 'A nose "mysterious murders wuicn are startling Paris would le easy to un derstand If they were not done ia , French. , Tut Japanese government denies that lit Is In sore need...

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. — 6 August 1908

XL5H0P WHOSE DEATH IS UOURNXD BY THOUSANDS. V T ai?iihol Kgrnni hotter- ' C 3 ' V -I ! MTTIT 1 ' Henry Codman Potter, bishop of the Episcopal diocese of New York, Whose death is mourned by thousands, was born In Schenectady, N.Y. In 1888, and came from a family of famous churchmen. Ills father and an Tincle were bishops before him, andlt was natural for him to follow In their footsteps. It was not the original intention of his father to have him enter the ministry. The elder Potter selected the life of a groceryman for his on, and this was the first business in which he engaged after leaving school. It was not to his liking, and he entered the Episcopal Seminary of Virginia at Alexandria, from which he graduated in 1857 at the age of ,22, when he was ordained a deacon. Bishop Potter was well known as an educator. His Influence in secular affairs extended far beyond tho pale of the church. As bishop his influence in broadening the human sympathies of church work throughout the dioces...

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. — 6 August 1908

(J Dakota County Herald JOB H. SCAM, rCBLISBItt. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A weeVW newspaper published tu,1kI?b0'u ill,e..lk,V: oU dtj, Nebraska. public must wait tinti Dakota Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mailt m second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. The different candidates who hare paid their fee and filed their names with the county clerk that the same my appear on the primary ballot, am : J V Qazlegrove, republican, and O C Ileffernan, democrat, for representa tive, 16th district J J M Woodcock, so ' cialist, for congress,' 3rd district; F S Berry, republican, and J J McAllister, democrat, for county attorney; Kd Morgan, republican, for county com missioner, 1st district. we. I I It. t I . i mins ui i nicie&i ii viii wui bAviiangvtf 4 r 4: I XM 0MI 40tOK S-jMi 'jK CC . . Tbnrston Republic : Lew Pearey's mother and two brothers paid him a visit this week, v Hartington News: Mrs ZM Puird and daughter Maggie returned hume...

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. — 6 August 1908

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Th follewlnf propoatd amendment t n constitution of th Stat of H fAi hrelnnftr forth In full, ta nbmitt to tb (lector of th Stt of HfbtMkt; to b vot4 npon at t Central aiactioa to bo h-ld Tuesday, H vubr 3rd, ju 3D. laoti A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend Sec tions two (2), four (4), five (5), lx l) i and thirteen (13) of Article ix .) ol the Constitution of the Stato of Ne braikn. rllln In Inrilnlal Pnr It Beaolved by th XtffUlatnr of tht vit oz Maorassai Bcction 1. Ainn4aint proposed. That Section two (2) of Article six () of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska be amended to read aa follow: Section 2. (uBreme court ) )adri; Jnriadiotloa.) The Supreme Court shall consist of seven (7) judftes; and a ma jority of all elected and qualified Judges snail be necessary to constitute a fluornm or pronounce a decision. The Supreme Court shall have Jurisdiction In all cases relating to the revenue, civil cases In which the state Is a party, mandninua', quo ...

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. — 6 August 1908

ALL RUN DOWN. ijliss Deli Stroebe, nvho had Com pltttly Lost Her Health, Found Relief from Pe-rn-fia at Oncf. Head WJiat She Says: M' IBS DKLLA BTUOF.RK, 710 Rich mond St., Appleton, Wis., wrltosi I "For several years I waa In a run Mown condition, and T conld And no ro :llef from doctor and medicine. I onld not enjoy my meal, and conld Hot sleep at nlgbt. I had heavy, dark circle about the eye, j ."My friends were much alarmed. I Was advised to give Pcruna a trial, and to my Joy I began to improve with tho Aiwa uuiliv . iv( ..sn..., ...a i - felt completely cured. I cannot say too much for Fcruna as a modlcino for women in a run-down condition." , ' Pe-ru-na Did Wonders. , Mr. Judge J. F. Boycr, U21 Sherman Ave., Evauston, 111., gays that sho bo came run down, could neither eat nor deep well, and lost flosh and spirit, Pe runadid wonders for her, and sho thanks ' Pernna for new life and strontrth. I . Poilmiilrrlni I'rofeaalon. I Postmasters come nnd postmasters go tn the United St...

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. — 6 August 1908

HaVitual Constipation ay be pcrmaivhlyr overcome by proper personal efforts vIMne assistance of theon$ Truly Qcnejicil laxative temt dy, Syrup of tigs ono kl'uW fSfana, irucn. nbicft oneiojorm regular abitfc daily 50 that Assistance la ne turc may be gradually diSponscivdH wn ho toner deeded astKe Ustef remedies, wicn rcauired, arc to assist txatare and not to fUipjJantthc hatur ionS, v Kiel tnuot depend uWi tnatcly upon proper nouriflltment, proper efortji,awdrit livinl generally. Joget Wa beneficial effects, always buy th genuine ' A manufactured by U California Fig Syeup Co. oniy SOLD BY ALU LEADINC DRUGCISTj one sue :e only. rguir pmc &0f rr Bottle As well as for the preserva tion and purification of the skin no other skin soap so pure, so sweet, so speedily effective as Cuticura. For, eczemas, rashes, inflamma tions, chafings, sunburn; wind irritations, bites and stings of insects, lameness and soreness incidental to outdoor sports, for the care ' of the hair and scalp, for...

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. — 6 August 1908

- GlilCMSBIGHRE; HI Spectacular Elevator Blaie Cause Loss of Over One Million Dollars. DEPARTMENT IN HARD FIGHT. Bar Grain Storehouses Are De stroyed and Fire Boat Za Sunk. One of the fiercest and moat speetne Vlar Arcs that tins raped Id Chicago In rears, which left a pijoperty loss of 1,658,000 In Its wake and threatened n Repetition of the conflagration of . started Monday afternoon In the dock freighthous of the Chicago, Burlington find Qulncy Railroad at 10th street nnri the rlror. Two grain elevators, hun dreds of thousands of btiHhels of grain, freight depot, fifty freight cars and n number of buildings and sheds were de atroyed. During the height of the blase h'lii dreds of burnlDg boards and shingles were cnrrled on the breast of a strong southwest wind, and the situation be came so critical at one time that Fire ilarshal Horan prophesied a general conflagration throughout the city, if the fire crossed the river. Desperate work by the firemen kept the flames from spreading....

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. — 13 August 1908

DAKOTA. COUNTY HERALD. State llktow volume xyi DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1908. NUMBER r0' CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OP ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. SMITE LIQUOR TRADE CATHOLIC TOTAL AI1STAIXEU9 TAKE ItADICAL STAND. Declare It Is Viinorevwary for Abstain ers to Contest Claims with Those AVho Have Substituted Beer Mug for Stamlurd of the Cross. Denunciation of the liquor traffic, an appeal for sanctlflcatlon of Sunday 'and the exclusion from membership In Catholic societies of those engaged In the liquor traffic were the striking features of the resolutions adopted by the national convention of the Catho lic Total Abstinence society at Now Haven, Conn., Thursday. The resolu tions declare that "not In drunken ness and riotous living can any man make effective profession of the Cath olic faith. With Indignation the union protests against the taunts of Its crit ics. It does not deem that it should stop to conest the claims for ultra orthodoxy which have been blatantly mad...

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. — 13 August 1908

i t V 11 f h 4 Dakota County Herald DAKOTA CITY,' NCR. aoinf H. IUCAM, ... PabtUiber One xvay 10 i . . i y experience 18 to peculate in future. Invisible p.-.Mns arc not used In patching up quarrcln. The reddest apple doesn't nlxynys tnake tho bent wmw, Somehow, the majority of our good habits never get found .out. Wise Is tin? ninn who knows when fco treat and xvhen to -ret rent. It's easy for n deaf mute to love ft girl more thnn tongue can toll. ; Many a FpliiHtor xvho could have mar tried In haute repents at leisure. No ninn can sneak Into heaven on fht strength of his tombstone, epitaph. ' Onr Idea of a romantic girl Is one Who Rends out invitations td her elope Wnt Nobody ever heard anybody complain that going to the devil Is a lonesome Journey. Somo people think they nro In the manufacturing line because they make promises. j A bird can sing without a piano no jCorapanlmcut which Is a blessing we often overlook. 1 One may get nlong without doctors, lawyers and preachers, but ...

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