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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 28 August 1908

How She Prepare. A French gentletpan anxious to find wife for a nephew wgat to a matri monial a cent, who hnnded blra his list of lady client, ltunuiug through thin he onnie to his wife' name, ejitered as desirous of obtaining a husband be tween X)v ngrg of 23 and 35 a bloude psofcrred. Forgetting big nephew, be hurried hunte to announce th discovery to bis wife. The lady was aot at all dis turbed. "Ob, yis," she ant, "that Is - tny name. I put It down when you i were so ill In tho win aw aad the doc torn said we nuut prtiare for tbe worst." Werklna; 111 Patient. Ambassador W'u Ting Fang was once. It Is alleged, telling about a certain elflsh politician. lit said: "Tbe man reminds me of a doc-tor of Shanghai. A mandarin came to this doctor for ad vice. He could not sleep, had no appe tite, suffered a good deal from depres sion and nevertheless was taking on fat at an alarming rate. 'We'll soon put you in condition again,' said tbe physician. 'What you need Is exercise eood, hard exe...

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. — 28 August 1908

f 7 JrTt.iiii isk-- The bureau of immigration and nat uralization it doing most effective work in diverting hundreds of poor alien from the crowded centers of the coun try to fertile farm and other places where there la a demand for that clans of laborers. This bureau Is charged by an act of Congress with the great un dertaking of promoting a beneficial distribution of admitted aliens and others seeking employment, but the ac tual work of distribution is conducted by the Information branch of the immi gration service In New York City. The method employed Is to send out cards to all persons unable to secure neces sary help, Including farm laborers, common laborers and mechanics. Whnt erer kind of help Is seeded is Indicat ed by the replies on the return postal crds. About 000,000 cards have boon cattered broadcast over the country, nd It is estimated that altogether bout 4,000,000 cards will be sent out In the near future. From February 1 -last to, the close of Juno nearly 1,000 lien...

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. — 4 September 1908

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1908, NUMBER 1 CCOIIOT GAFPtEliS IS3C3TAOT tSSSLS, FALLS TO HIS DEATH DARING NKW YORKER KILLED AT WATER V1LLE, ME. Escaping tin Ignited by Spark from Motor Aeronaut Falls from Burn ing Italloon in Preneiice of His Wlfo and Child. In full view of 2, BOO horrified spec tators assembled on the central Maine fair grounds at Watervllle, Me., Wed nesday, Charles Oliver Jones, the well knnvn Aprnnmit nt Hftmlltnn. "M. V.. fell a distance of 600 feet to his. death. Among the witnesses of the frightful plunge were Mrs. Jones and child, and they were the first to reach the dying man. The aeronaut died, an hour and a half after the accident. -v Jones had, been at the fair grounds with his dirigible balloon "Boom erang" since Monday. He arranged to moke a flight between S and 4 o'clock, but a strong wind prevented. However, at 4:30 o'clock he gave the word to have the machine released. When the aeronaut reached a height 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. — 4 September 1908

J'.': jUtULUia ijuaiLirj nuraiui DAKOTA JOHN H. SEAM, - - A raise Battery. of salary la tlie slneerest Between China's disastrous floods f,nd Canada's forct fires tbere Is not tnuch to choose. While the Duma cheered the Cear the other day. It did not attempt to break any records. , If Peary doesn't find the north no1. the neit thing anybody knows Rooso- TcU will be going In search of It A Russian grand duke baa lost his Job, It Is probable, however, that his Income will Buffer no diminution. A man may return from bis vacation pretty "short," tut as a rule yon can't get him to cut Ills yarns that way. "Changeless Change" is the title of a recently published sonnet. It sounds Suspiciously like a counterfe't 10-eent piece. i A man In Trenton, N. J, It Is said, Sheds his skin yearly, after the manner of a snake. No canse Is assigned for the rash act 1 A New York woman claims that she la haunted by the ghost of her mother la-law. Another usurpation of the rights of man. A Connecticut fan...

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. — 4 September 1908

f &8te Opinions of FOR AN UP-TO-DATE CHURCH. 1 ; HE un-to-dute twentieth U '4 I equipped with canned sermons and canned 1 I music, will only need to lay In some praying iiiBi uini a uiiru it 1 1 ii 1 1 reach u state of imtomatle have the preacher fully consequences which might Tatlon that they have so llght-henrtodly taken up? It Is all very well to bare an automatic substitute through the hot months. But suppose the machine should prove more eloquent than the man? Why sheuld a church pay $3,000 a year for excellent but wooden sermons when It can listen to the great pulpit orators for a trifling sum? irVe nay yet see the preaching for the whole country done by a half dozen silver-tongued speakers, constltut tt the canned sermon trust, and undertaking to supply any brand of doctrine that may be called for, with a lie line in funeral and wedding services. Any deacon can turn the handle, and the line of goods can be ex changed If net satisfactory. Springfield (Mass.) Republican. TH...

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. — 4 September 1908

Dakota County Herald JOS B. HIM, tCBLISHE. Subscription Price, $1.00 Tor Year. A Weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. FermiMion has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the . mailt aa second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. With this issue The Ilerald enter upon its seventh year. While it may sot make. as ranch bluster and blow it's own horn aa loud aa aome of its con temporaries, its erer increasing sob soription list indicatea that the people want the "news while it is news" and know where to get it for $1.00 per year. Jno. W. Kern, .democratic vlco presldonthil candidate, ia attorney for the French Lick Springs (Indiana) concern of which Tom Taggart Is the head. Tho character of the French Lick resort has been exploited by the newspapers and Is well known to the general public. Kern aa attorney for this institution makes a decidedly odoriferous running mate for Bryan, many of who?? surportT yi ? think that he la the author of the ten commandments...

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. — 4 September 1908

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL . AMENDMENT. fauowla yrBoao Mnlant eoaatltvtioa er taa atata of IT, raafca, mm b.riIWT rrt forth la full u an gniroi 10 laatora of taa Staw 1 itmtt, to ko Tot4 nyoa at tot nwi oiotiB to a.id Tuitar. Ho TMBbot Sra, A. 2. ltOSi A JOINT RESOLUTION to tmand Bee tlorn two (2), four (4), flra (6). alx () tnd thirteen (II) of Artlclo n 6) ot ho Conitltution of tho Stata of Ne braska, rvlatlne; to Judicial Pqwem. Bo It Beaolvaa kr tko Xf-Ulatare of tki ' Stale of Vobraakai Section 1. Aatondaaoat propootd. Thai Baotlon two (2) of Artlolo alx (6) ot the Constitution of tho State of Nebraska Da amended to read aa foliowsi Section S. (fBatonto court j Jara nrleAlotlom.) The Supreme Court abal ConMit of aeven (7) Judaea; and a ma jority of all elected and qualified Judget nan do neceaaarj 10 coniuiuie a Suorum or pronounce a decision. The uprema Court ahall have Jurisdiction In 11 casea relating to tho revenue, civil easea In which the atata la a rartr. mandamu, quo warra...

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. — 4 September 1908

4' WHAT THE TRADE MARK MEANS TO THE BUYER. Few people realize the Importance tf tha words "Trade Mark" stamped m the goods they buy. It they did It Jwuld eare them many a dollar spent tor worthless goods and pat a lot of unscrupulous manufacturers out of business. When a manufacturer adopts a trsde mark he assumes the entire re- ponslblllty for the merit of his prod- vet Ha takes his business reputation 1b his hands out In the limelight "on the square" with the buyer of his Coods, with the denier, and' with him elf. The other manufacturer the one who holds out "Inducements," offering to brand all goods purchased with each local dealer's brand sidesteps respon sibility, and when these Inferior goods "come back" It Is the local dealer that must pay the penalty A good example of the kind of pro tection afforded the public by a trade mark Is that offered 1 connection with , National Lead Conipnny's advertising of pure M'hlte Lead as the best pnlut material That the Dutch Boy Talriter tr...

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. — 4 September 1908

INTERSTATE FAIR OrEMXG DAY MONDAY, REPTEM BEK 7TH. nductxl Rates Promised on AH Kan loads Leading to Sioux City Only Hire Cents Per Milo for Return Trip High Class Moral Show. The Interstate Fair at Sioux City, Iowa, la about to open. The great ex hibition begins Monday, September 7 Tou should be on hand the first day, for It will be one of the big days. It Is Labor day, as you know, and the management of the fair have bo ar ranged the program for the week aa to have some of the most Interesting features come on Monday. The race program on that day will be excellent. The 2:30 pace for a $600 purse comes oft on that rtny. So does also the 2:24 trot for a purse of $1,000. There wiU be two running races, a one-half mile and a five-eighths mile dash, and the great relay race begins Monday after noon. There will be some of the fin est dances In front of the grandstand ail afternoon. The Scots will dance the Highland donees to the strains of the most pirhn ntinir Scottish music, and It is...

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. — 11 September 1908

DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1908. NUIIBER 2 !aU Historical SocB.; 1 HMT DAFPECIE3S RXLBOPAU. ASSEMBLY FINISHED iiotii noi'sr:s pass amendment TO I'lUMAKY LAW. Voters Must Sign Pledge Also lro vWIoa that No One Who Voted with Different Party In June Primary Sliall He CJIvcn Dallot. The extra session of the Thirty-second Iowa general assembly compiled with Gov. Cummins' call and trans acted the business for which It was brought together. Wednesday both houses passed the bill to amend the primary election law so that a primary election for United States senator may be held at the general election next November. The bill as It was reported by the committee In the house . Wednesday morning was somewhat dissimilar to the bill reported In the senate, for It Included, In addition to the statement of party affiliation which all voters de siring to vote for United States sena tor are required to sign, another safe guard In the shape of a provisio...

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. — 11 September 1908

isUUkieW Ml Dakota County Herald DAKOTA OHN XL RBIJL Can a pick pocket b said to have feeJplng-haud? Ths newspapers ars talking about a chestnut Might." We hope It hits the Worms. ,ussla la also constructlu law dlrl- i : Has alio made ths ship of state rlglblet With the evolution of the flying ma- e,M will com? In due time the fly lug achlM politician. ' The Englishman's Idea of fair play npears to be that there la no such Iblsg unless the Englishman wins. A Pennsylvania woman killed a fcnaka but it is a ten-to-one shot that 4he would run If alie encountered a bouse i That clergyman who preached to the token on a liner In a room where It aa 130 degrees had no need to men Iwn hell fire. I A New York baby that was born without a brain la dead. Some New Jork babies born without bralna hare fifed to grow up. The report that Russia Is sorely tempted to reform the despotism in Jftrala indicates that even monarchies Ira not devoid of humor. " 2 I Tbera are now seven presidential qpudidatw ...

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. — 11 September 1908

WESTERN FAVOR FOR TAFT Republican flcy Father f th Arid teflon. Horn Owners and a High State of Clrllisatloa Oe Hand in Hand. The West has at all times furnished tlii' strongest backing to President Roosevelt and the West turned first to Judge Tnft as his logical successor. Taft Is the chosen leader of that party of Initiative aud construction which, by Its policies, has populated the coun try, connected our two coasts with bands ot steel aud has opened the door f opportunity to every citizen of the repuhlle. The republican party from its birth has been a party of home steads for the people. It has enacted and enforced the laws, permitting each adult citizen of the United States to establish bin own home and roof tree at a mere nominal cost. facie Sam and Home Owners. When good homesteads began to grow cifce and corporations, by double deal ing, had largely usurped the birthright of the individual, the party of freedom and Justice began to look Into tho ques tion of reclaiming the a...

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. — 11 September 1908

Dakota County Herald JOB B. MAM, rUBLISTJER. Bnbacription Trice. $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota vnr. Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mailt as second-clans matter. Telephone No. 43. ft ... :,v -r: s' -.- ep...tj. rVi"vi: Hon. Gorge L. Sheldon, Republican Nominee for Governor. I Items of Interest I from our Exchanges hi MM Xt 0C '.W 3C jM( Osmond Republican : Mr aud Mrs B 8 Loedora attended tho Pierce fair on Wednesday. B'.oan, Iowa, Star: Oeo Thacker, of Homer, Neb, was visiting relatives and friends here la it week. Hartington News: Mrs OJ Valen tine, of lie. Hand, California, sister of Z H Baird, arrived here Monday for a visit Lyons San: Mrs Adair and chil riren. of Sioux City, are visiting rt the P Petersen home. Mrs Adair is a sis tor of Mrs Petersen. Lyons Mirror: Mrs John Young s'nd children and M M Warner and wife attended tho old settlers' reunion at Dakota pity last Thursday. It was a glorious occa...

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. — 11 September 1908

: PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Tke fUwlBf prososa suaantaaaBt k eoaatltntloa af Ik Btata of JTe awasara, m haraiaafta fertb La foil, U nbmltt to lb laotore of tka KU t Itbrukt, to Totod upoa at ta a-aasrai alaotloa to be kald Tuasday, vssasef rd, A. X. ltoai A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend 8ns tlon two (2), four (4), We (6). (Is (6) and thirteen (II) of Article tlx It) of the Constitution of the State of Ne braska, relating to Judicial Powers. e it BaaoWed by the IfUlatnre of tbt tata of JTebraekai 8ectlon 1. Amendment prepoved. That Eectlon two (2) of Artlola sis ( Of the Constitution of the State of Nebraska be amended to read aa follows: Section 1. (Baprema court jadres; Jarlsdlotloa.) The Supreme Court shall consist of aeven (T) judges; and a ma jority of all elected and qualified judges hall be necessary to constitute a Quorum or pronounce a decision. The Supreme Court shall bare jurisdiction In All cases relating: to the revenue, civil cases In which the state Is a party, ma...

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. — 11 September 1908

ASIMPLE SAFEGUARD IN BUY-' ING PAINT. Everybody should know how slmnlj and easy It Is to avoid all uncertainty in buying paint material. There arc many co-called white lends on the mar ket, which contain chalk, islne, barytes, and other cheap adulterants. Unless the property owner takes advantage of the simple means of protection afford ed him by reliable white lead manu facturers, he runs great rink of getting u Inferior and adulterated white lead. It Is to protect the paint buyer against fraud and adulteration that Na tional Lend Company, the largest mak ers of genuine Ture White Lend, place their famous "Dutch Boy Talntcr" trademark on every keg of their pro duct, an absolute guarantee of Its pur ity and quality. Anyone who wants to make a practical test of White lend and tvho wants a valuable free book about painting, should address National Lend Company, Woodbrldge building, New Tork, and ask for test equipment TOMBS OF SPANISH ROYALTY. fcfost Gancm Burial Vaalls Mar ble Eflle ...

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. — 11 September 1908

Tat Abolish Calld Labor. From Pennsylvania comes the news (hat one branch of chlH labor laajr b abolished, says Technical World Ma ga ll ne. In the coiil mine regions of I'eiMi lylvsula rc employed some 24,000 breaker boys, who tIc!t nut the alate from The coal nt the collieries. The Delaware & Hudson Coal Company haa Installed n niochnnleal alate picker In lta colliery at Wllkcsbnrre and the re port la that It works suoeessfully. Twelve boys and the mechanical spiral alnte pickers now take the place of the three hundred boys who would bo re quired In a plant of that size under the otd regime. The company will probably place these mechanlral pickers In ai! lta other plants. mm a A Hiiro Polallltr. In his tllary, which Is Incorporated In the "Life and Letters of Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb," the great Greek scholar recorded a flash of hta own wit which la of u most appealing variety. At a dinner at Cambridge Sir Rich ard, then Mr. Jcbb, took In a young woman, who got through the...

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. — 11 September 1908

WHAT'S TEE MATTER WITH SEPTEMBER t tttt TWO TAEIZT I0LICIE3. y Political cmtsmmiEinitiitii STALWART Affl) BOUND. JVsmlaee for lee-Frealdeiit Deolnree Fidelity Repblle Policies. There U no doubtful note in Candl 4ate Sherman's tariff expressions. Ill" poech of Aug. 18, responding to tho Itlclal notification of hi nomination 7 the Republican party for the vice presidency rings true to protection. "First, then, let me nay that I am a Protectionist" No one doubts It Long fears of faithful and efficient service as a Representative In Congress have proved It. Mr. Sherman has never wab bled on the tariff. lie has always be lieved that American labor and indus try should have the first lien on the American market. Bo far as his voice and Influence can affect legislation he Will as Vice President be found on the tide of uureluxed and adequate pro tection. lie believes In the "reasonable profit" declaration of the Republican platform - reasonable profit not alone for the manufacturers whose c...

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. — 18 September 1908

State Historical Society DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1908. NUMBER 3 BRYAN AS PROPHET FAILS TO QUALIFY Disaster lis Foretold Never Com to Pass. OPPOSITE IS ALWAYS TOTE. Oold Standard Doss Not Slay, Nor Doss It Writs Future la Blood. As a prophet William Jennings Bry an bus never been a success. The ca lamities which he has foretold would have brought unlimited, disaster to the country if they had ever been realised. Bat tbey rever cam to pass. The bar- rowing pictures which be painted were merely figments of bis imagination, based on absolutely no foundation whatever. It Is well to have Americans remem ber that prophecies uttered by the ora tor of the Platte must be discounted fully 100 per cent, for all signs Indi cate that he feels .the fates once more and Is about to begin prophesying r gal u. A male Cassandra, Mr. Bryan might by this time have learned that the forecast of evil will never be be lieved by those who have found that In t...

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. — 18 September 1908

Dakota County Herald BAKOTA JOKK Fay as you go, but try U nonj'h lo get back on. Somehow, the majority of our food habits never get found ont 111 Oan. you name the seven candidates tor Vice President without going to the tiewspaper flies? Nine thousand tailors go on strike n New York, thereby adding 1,000 men lo the army of the unemployed. When a girl Is not sure whether she trM a fellow or not It means that there Is another one hoveringJnear. Nothing has been heard lately con cerning Mrs, Hetty Green. Tho proba blllty la that she has gone to saving her money aguln. Few sea serpents have been seen this rear. This may be due to the prohibi tion movement which has been spread Ing across the land. Caruso says he Is glad his wifo has loped, as she was not "up to expecta tic." He Is evidently n convert to the trial marriage Idea. Add highly" technical decisions to technical statutes, and the woy of the transgressor becomes a path or pleas antness and comfort. It Is Idle talk of coming tr...

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. — 18 September 1908

V THE HUUfER IS NOT NEGLECTED Scientific Aid Invoked by the Gov ernment in Hl Interest. Important Results Accomplished During tftia McKinley-Rooie-' velt Administration. A brief review of the work of the McKlnley-Roosevelt administration lu behalf of the farming Interests of the country is all that la necessary to com pletely controvert the Democratic charge that the government Is neglect ing the farmer. During the last eleven years Presl deirts McKInley anil Roosevelt have aimed to bring the Department of Ag rieultirre to the help of our farmers Id 'all sections of the country and have in structed the Secretary of Agriculture to use all endeavors to help the tiller of the soli towurd greater cfllelency and more economic production ; - to make the America acre more potent in growing crops. The Congress during the last eleven years has quadrupled the amount of money invested In agri cultural research and demonstration, to give the American farmers help In their operations on the farm...

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