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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 October 1908

IMltog IBs ,Wd$ IMMb To Pbotect mis. (Ltiwps f flilf To quell ft plague of the hesslnn fly Which has . hern doing great damage to wheat In tiouthern Kansas and iKorthern Oklahoma, the government it to that region largo consignments f gnats of a s-pecles hostile to tin dis astrous Insect, whleh will be distribut ed over the Infected arena. The gnat, a very minute species. Is the principal enemy of the fly. which, but for Its Interference, would prac tically nnlhllate the wheat-growing In dustry in this country. It Is known to science ns rolygnotus, and operates In n very peculiar fashion, laying Its eggs In tho eggs of the hesslan fly be fore the latter are hatched. This does hot prereut tlio maggot-like larva? of the pest from hatching out, aud their de structive capacity they suck the sap f the young wheat plants is not diminished. Hut they do not trans form Into files. Instead, gnats emerge from their bodies, to repeat the per formance and continue the business of fy destruction. ...

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. — 2 October 1908

To PROTECT UfiXE VL n To quell a plague of the hesslan II y which has , been doing great damage to wheat In Southern Kansas and Korthern Oklahoma, the government nt to that, region large consignments f gnats of a ppreles hoHtih' to the dis astrous Insect, which will be distribut ed over the Infected nreas. The ginit, a very minute species, Is the principal onouiy of the fly. which, but for Its interference, would prac tically anthllale the wheat-growing In dustry in this country. It Is known to science as Polygnotus, and operates In a very peculiar fashion, laying Its eggs in the eggs of the hesslan fly be fore the latter are hatched. This does Hot prevent the maggot-like larvrcof the est from batching out, aud their de structive capacity they suck the sap f the young wheat plants is not diminished. Itut they do not trans form Into files. Instead, gnats emerge from their bodies, to repeat the per formance and continue the business of ty destruction. . A BTevr Police Sratem. The dist...

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. — 2 October 1908

J Dakota County Herald JOB. H. BfUM, PCBLIBHF.B. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A weetty newspaper published At Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this psper through the mailt as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. "Republican Ticket For President, William II. Taft. For Vice President. James S. Sherman. For Governor, George L. Sheldon. For Lieut. Govornor, M. R. Hopewell. For Secretory ht State, George C. Junkifi. For State Auditor, Silas R.Barlon. , For State Treasurer. Lawson G. Brian. For Supt. rub Inst , H. C. Bishop. - For Attorney General, William 1 1. Thompson. For Oora. Fob Lds. and IJMga., Edward B. Cowlcs. For Railway Coniraiesioner," . .J, A. Williams. For Congress, Third District, J. F. Boyd For Stote Senator, Eighth Diktrict, George W. Wiltse. For Repnsentative, lflth District, John W. Hazlegrove. For County Attorney, Fred S. Berry For County Commissioner, Edwin Morgan. Gunned by the character of his ad ministration during...

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. — 2 October 1908

PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. . following propos4 wnlnnl U ooBstttntioa cf tk Sjttte of We . hinluflti (ortk la foil, submitted to tb A actor of U 8tt f Kcbiuku, to bo vottd rpom tht vnri oioctioa vo do naia Taoaa, no- a. s. isosi A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend Sec I and thlrtecn'nj) cf Article ti (6; ot the Constitution of tho State of No- - arasKR, relating to Judicial Powers. It mosolTsa by tho X.og-talatnr of thi flat of Mtbraakai Section 1. Amondjnoat propoood. That Eoctlon two (2) of Artlolo six () of tht Conrtltutlon of the State of Nebraska X amandsd to read as follows! Section 2. (Supreme ooart) JadffM Inritdlction.) The Supreme Court alial consist of seven (7) Judges; and a ma jority of all elected and qualified Judges enau ds necessary to constitute o Suorum or pronounce a d'clslnn. Th upreme Court shall have Jurisdiction In all esses' relating to the revenue, civil canes In winch the state Is a parly tnandamut, quo warranto, habeas corpus land such appellate Jurisdicti...

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. — 2 October 1908

Tenting ralat, Property owner should know bow to brAvs the purify and quality of white ImO tba most important paint Ingredi ent, before paying for It. To all who write, Ifatlonal Lead Co.. tha largest tnamifarrtrrera of pure' white lead, aend free outfit with which to make a slippls ami sure teat of white lead, and also a free book about paint Their address fa Woodbrldga Bldg., New Tort Clfy. 1 Tk I'owrer ol the Whale. ' It the whale knew its own power, It STild easily destroy all the maehlnery tiCjb (he art of man could devise for fatjjnng him. It would only bp neces tarj for hi in to ewlm on the surface In ft, straight line In order to break tho IhlcjfceBt rope, but Instead, on being 'ttrjjf'k by the harpoon, he obeys a nat rai Instinct, which. In tbla Instance, ietraya him to his death. Not having tn tr bladder, he tun sink to the low est 'depths of the ocean, nnd, mistaking the" harpoon for the teeth of a sword Bsb or a shark, he Instantly descends, thi&Je!ng hie manner of f...

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. — 2 October 1908

f i MY O vVN FAMILY USE PE-RU-NA. P. .. ' .,. - . I,,, ... 1 ...J ft. J 4. HON. CrOSGE W. HONEY, lion. Georre W Honey, National Chaplain V. V. V., ci-Chaplaln Fourth Vinconnin Cavalry, ei-Treasurer .State of Wiacnnxin. and et-tjuaitermnaief General State of Texaa (1. A. It., writes from 1700 Klmt St.. N. li, Washington, D. C, aa follows: "I cannot too highly recommend your preparation for the relief of catarrhal troubles In their various forma. Some members of my ovo family have used It with moMt gratifying remilta. When other remedies failed, peruna proved moat efficacious and I cheerfully certi fy to Its curative eiceHrnpe." Mr. Fred I. 1 1 chard, for nine years a leading photographer of Kansas City, Mo., located at the northeast corner of 12th and (Jrand Area., cheerfully gives the following testimony: "It is a proven fact that I'eruna will cure catarrh anil la grippe, and as a tonic It has no equal. Lrucgiats have tried to make nie tnke something ele 'just as good,' but Peruna l...

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. — 2 October 1908

r I TT V VT T V V V VT f" I TTT T VT If IIR o --rv-'L-. Heavy Downpour in Many States Balk Damage Threatened by . Dry Weather. i Political u i hlost DOES HARM lit WEST. Wintry Whiteness Falls Over Ken tacky, Wisconsin, and Minne sota for a Tew Koura. Ha in, snow, and hall linn broken the long drought. From many sections of the cotiiitry Joyful telegrams were re ceived at (lip weather bureau In Wash ington announcing t Ii ii t "dry 'spell" which threatened ruin to thousands of farmer and million of dollar of crops is rndod. Hut slight damage was -done by tlio now fl union. although llio frost, which powdered Kansas, Missouri. Nebraska Oklahoma, and Texas, caused the Inte corn to shrivel and caused other losses. Forest fires, which were n menace to large tracts of timber In ninny Slates, were . quenched by the-downpour nnd It Is estimated that many million of trees were saved. Slock raisers also added thir nan of prnlse to "King Rnlu' an the water supply for the nul mala wrn c xcccdii...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 October 1908

J LABOR REJECTS GQMPERS BRYAtl PLEA Protest Against Attempted Whole ale Delivery of Votes from All Over Country. Lebor Leaders and Press Show that lie Democratic Party Has Mot Seen the Friend of Labor and There la Nothing to Assure a Conver sion. y.cu prominent in the trnde union ho emont nml scores who are exjierl-, enci.d ii nd trusted officials of lnltor or Kn nidations nil over the country have and urn declaring themselves ompliat Icnlly against the candidacy of Ilrynn fur President of the country. Many union and central unions nro refusing out'tgld to Indorse the course dictated for Ihein ly Samuel Oompers. 'I'als opposition has been stated in the Tout vigorous and convincing terms and (lilu fact shows conclusively that PrrkMcnt CJompcrs did an inexpedient, n f.'-lisli and impulsive net when ho limn, lied out on 11 Democratic cam paljjfvlng tour in the nnnie of the Amer ica n Federation' of Labor. Few men have been longer liefore the public as a prominent oilicial of the trudi ...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 October 1908

SUPPLEMENT TO Dakota County Herald Dakota City, Nebraska. Friday,! October 9, 1908. f! JUDGE iMonecrcd the Way for tho "Roose vclt Policy" Concerning Trusts. Successful as Lawyer in Important Cases and Authority R3 . Ju'rkt. Mr. Taft was "a ;i filly out of Ills boy hood when ho was called to public of fice, nnd In most of 1!n years since then lie has devoted, himself to tl1 iub lic service. First lie was Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of Hamilton County, wider Miller Outcnlt, nv one of tho lending lawyers-, of Ohio. In 1SS1 he hecame Collector of Internal Revenue for the First Ohio' District, and demonstrated the same ability In business that be had shown in the law. A year ' later he resigned that office, and went back t the practice of law. with his father's old pnrtner, II. l Lloyd. In 18S4 he became the Junior counsel of a liar Committee to wi duct testament, proceedings ami Inst CnnmbelL whose inel!iuds of nraetlcinc law had brought on the hearing of the Hamilton County Courtho...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 October 1908

HIGHEST TO OF T1 GENTLE Chtrchmen Who Know Judge Tafi Render Him This Sincere Tribute. The Attitude oi the Republioan Can dldate Towards Religion and a Life Which 'Shows Adher ence to the Best Ethics and Morals. "Because he Is the highest typo f tho Christian gentleman." This Is tho way In which I hoard tho pastor of a Methodist church In south ern Illinois end an Argument with n Inymuu on the train coining to Clncln nntl from St Tenuis, writes n staff cor respondent of tho St. Ixtuls GIolic- Dcmocrat Tho layman, paying due respect to Uio cloth of his op ponent, was trying to convince him that he should not support - Mr. Tuft for tho presidency, and instead should rote for his Democratic oppo nent. Tho churchman defended the principles of tho Republican party, niul, as Indicated, defended the mnn for whom ho said he expected to vote, from Ms personnl standpoint of a churchman, "because ho is the highest type of n Christian gontleinon." Bishop J. C. Hartzell of tho Meth.v Hst Episcop...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 2 October 1908

BRYAN DESERTED fly Newspaper and Men with Him in 1896 and 1900 Now Urging Taft's election. r All Find Judga Taft Admirably Fitted for the Presidency and Have Been Unable to Follow Bryan's Political Shelly. Game. During the twelve years since Mr. Bryan first ntt utjt cmI to win Hie high est office In tlty nation lie has Riven voice to opinions which have nllennted many newspapers and men who once found something In the man and his changeable doctrines to uphold. The Baltimore Sun, for instance, which for years has loon the mainstay of the Democratic party In Maryland, turned sqiinrcly against Bryan and positively for Taft early In the coin pa in. "It Is our deliberate Judgment," said the Sun, "That for tiip next four years the material Interests of the people of this country would be safer with Mr. Taft at the head of the national government than with Mr. Bryan." The backsliding of William Randolph Hearst and the Hearst string of news papers Is well known. It Is not dis puted that th...

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. — 9 October 1908

letv DAKOTA . COUNTY HERALD. VOLUME XVII DAKOTA CITY, NEB., FRIDAY,' OCTOBER 1), 1908. NUMBER C lY PRUTS DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED, AND CONCISELY STATED. ALL TALK FOR CANAL OflKAT INLAND WATKHWAV Hi ' MOUE THAN IHtKAM. Anrijr of Promoters Gather Taft ns Leading SieaVer at Opening Session Relegates I'ny Tribute to Work of Officers. A picture of days when stately ships Khali carry the rich products of the central states from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico through a deep wa terway strung- with products of no lens value was conjured up Wednesday be fore the delegates and visitors to the third annual convention of the Lakes te the Gulf Deep Waterways associa tion held at Chicago by able speaker?, headed by William H. Taft. Wednesday's utterance . were au thoritative, for they came from Sec retary Saunders, of the association ; President Kavanaugh, head of the or ganization; Gov. Charles S. Deneen, of Illinois, who spoke of the first link of the groat waterway, the Chicago dra...

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. — 9 October 1908

DELINQUENT TAX SALE NOTICE Not in hcrt'tiy a-lvan that pursuant to liw, i, w. j. Mnmiing, treasurer or i-i kota count v, Nohriukn, will, hPRinnlna; on Mondny, Novc-mlxr 2, 1K'8, M It o'clw:k In the foronoon of said day, proceed to null lbs following dpsorltrad land and town lots, or po mum inoreoi aa mr po uri 7, to the amount of taxes. Interest an coats now duo and unpaid on tha same. Bald nmnart will ha mnlA at mibllo auction at tha office of tha county treasurer of lakota county, Nabraska, In tha village f Dakota City. Dakota county. Nebranka, and aald sal will be continued from day to day until all of audi landa and town iota navo bean orrerei. Tiie tanas ana 0 r 'ihr Bii nw v ii town lota to ba aold, and tha amount of all J Flher au na ii AaHnnn.nt 1.... .rain.t uch. with Inter- V ? Ajr'' "!."!! at to data of aala, ara aa follows to-wit t 800. Acres. Wm. Nixon. U sw.... 14 M Edward Hockwall, aw nw..l 40 EVlward Hook well, nw aw.. It 40 Kdward Rockwell, aw aw.. 14 40 Wm. CIhpp, ...

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. — 9 October 1908

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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. — 9 October 1908

Dakota County Herald JOB H. !, rVBUSBKI. Subscription Price. $1.00 Per Year. A woekly newspaper published t Dakota City, Nebraska. rermiiwion haa been granted for the transmission of this paper through the .mailt m second-class jnatter. Telephone No. 43. Republican Ticket For President, William H. Taft. For Vice President. James S. Sherman. For Governor, George L. Sheldon. For Lieut. OoTornor, M. R. Hopewell. For Secret r j of State, George C. Junk in. For State Auditor, Silas R. Barton. For State Treasurer, Lawson G. Brian. Tor Sapt. Pub Inst , E. C. Bishop. .For Attorney General, William II. Thompson. For Com Pub Lds. and Bligs., Edward B. Cowles. F.r Railway Commissioner, J. A. Williams. For Congress, Third District, J. F. Boyd. For State Senator, Eighth District, George W. Wiltse. For Reprtsentative, 16th District, John W. Hazlegrove. For County Attorney, Fred S. Berry For Gonntv Commissioner, Edwin Morgan. The eyes of the world are now turn 1 toward the next world's fair the Al...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 9 October 1908

L PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. .. fettawte MMiit lanfauat eoaatituoa of tke Stat of a M hrl.fur mw forth la full, U nbmlttaft tfca Motor of l t f DOruka, Totvd npom at a oiocttoa to do hold Tussda, Vbo Sxd, A. . lsosi A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend Boo- none two t), four (4) . five (t). ! () , i ana mirieen 111 the Constitution ) of Article tlx (.) ol or tno state or no- tlna; to Judicial Powers. elt BaaolTsd ky tho Irlslataro of thi tato of Mebraakai 8eetlon 1. - A-aonOjnon dtodomA. That faction two (J) of Artlolo six () of th Constitution nf (hi. Rials nt Me iebraska ww amenaed to read aa follows) Section I. flasraxno oonrti Jadrea vaniaiotlom.) Tho Supremo Court alial lorlty of all elected anil qualified Judge anau d necessary to constitute a ouorum or pronounce a decision. Th Supreme Court shall have jurisdiction In 11 cases relating to tha revenue, civil cases in which tha state Is a party mandamus, quo warranto, habeas corpus, ana such appellate Jurisdiction as mil a proviu...

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. — 9 October 1908

FARMING IN WESTERN CANADA U; ''t f.f;- ,!,.', ..T-1 v 3-. V f "r'-wi 'r-..v. ; - a- j V. v,-: !?v ' 7 r -, - :-? r A VIWTEUN CANADA WICK AT FIELD. Canadian 4iatnlencr: ' "Vhi are the . nottlprs of Wmtern Caoaia -and most of nil the fnriwrs who fcftW e;nl(rrated from tho L'nllcii Sinlrs Jolug thhi ypart' 1 was ns!pl hy the dltor of one of our bis American majja eincs a anort timo ago, ly v!iicli I was saipned to trard UiVottgh the prcat whniit provinrw of the Dominion W'ext lo dig coror Just what the oonditiona wore there, and how the many thninmndn of Ami'rl can fartnera in thia "EMontifo of Wheat" were pronporlng. Tbla waa my fourth journey through Iunitolif fiavkatuliewiin niul Alberta. I followed close nnon th? GO.OfH') good Amer ican farmer who left the State to make new home for themselves In these prov iocea last year and In different words, this wot how I answered the n"tion f the editor quoted almvc: Iniaglne first of all, a trnin of fu. ty ton oar 1,454 miles hj length a 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. — 9 October 1908

BBGBQ CHE The back Li. the mainspring Df ,'oraan'a orjranigm. It quickly calls sttcntion to (rouble by aching:. It tells, -with other pymptomg, such as nervousness, headache, pains in the loins, weight in the lower part of the body, that a woman's feminine organism needs immediate attention. in sucn cnse3 tne one sure rcmeay , . ... - i JwE pnd restores the feminine organism I to a healthy, normal condition is LYD!AE.PINKI1AfVI'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Will Young, of 6 Columbia Ave.,' ivociuano, mo., says : " I was troubled for a long time with dreadful backaches and a pain in my tide, and was miserable in every way. I doctored until I was discouraged and thought I would never get well. I rend what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had done for others and decided to try it after taking three bottles I can truly Bay that I never felt bo well in my inc." Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of East EarU Fa., writes to Mrs. Pinkham : . "l had very severe backaches, and pressing-down pains. I could...

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. — 9 October 1908

COilRllII OF ML RESOURCES tmr Reaching Policy for tho Oood f All tho People. tUfpufclloan Warty Uncovering Vast ( Wealth and Making Homo Own- f laf Bailor Each Year, m. ad extremely Important feature of to oonstructlTO Republican policy la k national movement for the cornier tatlon of tlio natural resource of the country. Thla measure bus been orig inated by the present Kepiibllcan ad ministration and, like tho homestead law, the national Irrigation act and other measure for tho benrflt of the whole people, Ita influence la destined to ba far reaching and productive of great good to tho borne builders of the country. , The National Conservation ComuiM slon a It exists to-dny la on outgrowth of tbe Intend Waterways Commission -this Commission was Appointed by President Roosevelt in March, 1007. In bis letter creating the Waterwnys Com mission tho President . uses this lan guage: Thnt tho Inland Waterways Commission shall consider the relations of the streams to tbe two of all the per...

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. — 16 October 1908

DAKOTA COUM TY ffl M0TT0--A11 The News When It Is News. VOLUME XVII ft fl Ift V sP ftf Y ff V W Ft P" 1 1 ft I af f I nnifi tinn tr r.-t u w avirvw i v- ........ .... ...... 4 '. " . ' " ' m ' - - - (sUllllLlil llAsI ft I II ll O I -. J.Uurnii!i,a.uMHS.tlSI, jiii.f inf uiuuimn IOINT IV TFLKP1IOM: LAW. FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OP ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. FOR BALLOT IN COURT Ai-jiua iti:.i iiy new vokh . Sl'FFHAGK LEABEIls. M". Julia Near Claims Franchise lie cause Sin; I Ins Exercised) It In Colo rnao -Mandamus Hull Begun u Ootnpol Ollli-luls to Register Her. The suffragette movement In Itn lo cal department was taken Into th New York Courts Thursday when Miss Mary Coleman, member of a law firm secured from Justice Blanchard, In th supreme court, an order directing the nureau of elections to show cause why a writ of mandamus should not Issut compelling them to allow the name of Mrs. Julia Seton Sears to be placed on the register of voters. Mrs Scars had been refused permission to reglstc w-hen...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
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