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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 6 February 1904

N Y) Owned, Edited and 1'abllshed JohnT.Spencf DAKOTA OITY, NEBRASK1 VOLUME XV i.le of all CURRENT IIAPPENIIV FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF IMPORTANT ITEM5 ( ENTICED RUSSli J SSI Nash ifortR Street, Siuux City BY THEM The lerry Swing of 1901 business is now in full blast, and this year fiind us in better position to take care of inrerest. Our Lrisxibcr Stock. is conipleto, and the grades are standard, the price to meet all competition. Our Firiitixre Department will plaase you, as we are putting in our spring stocc of the latesl styles. See Our Bran new Stock, of Harness. Call and see ns and wo will treat you right. Edwards &, Bradford Lbr. Co Homer, Those Awful Headaches mm Ejrv x.tiv C, St. P., M. & O. Time-Table. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol ic. iT'ng time: koktu bound. bouth botind. 5:52 pni. Omaha 7 :35 am 10:00 am Omaha 5:13 pm 3 :37 pm Norfolk 8 :20 am 9:01 am Norfolk 5.32 pm 7 :58 aui Newcastle 10 :00 am 2:07 pm "' 0:07 pm SUNDAY TrtAINb. 5 :52 pm Omaha 7:35 am Local ...

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 February 1904

ftahote ottnht tratit DAKOTA CITY, NEB. JOHN T. WESOOB, Pobllahei 3 Ko man Is In business for himself If he is married. According to tlio common definition, gTaft In high finance n a small scale. A svhoolglrl never graduates until he ban learned to stab pickles with a tinirplH- Wise Is the young man who doesn't have his fiancee's linux; engraved In the ring. Opinions slimilil lie formed with grait caution ami changed with still abator caution. Surely there must be some way to prevent rallrond accidents. Isn't It time for an Improvement? The asbestos cnrtnlus In use uetil not be thrown away. Cut Into Mini 11 bundles, they might be used In kin tiling in tires. After all there Is no puteut break fast food that is better thiin bacon mid eggs and buck wheat cakes, alt hough ome are more extensively advertised. The average Itusslun peasant has a vocabulary of only 110 words. It Is surprising thai a inn n can sneeze or dear his throat In 110 different ways. President Palmn has vetoed Cuba'...

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 February 1904

-rr- as Owned, Edited and Published by John! Spencer) DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA. j- VOLUME XV rilDDFMT IIAPPFUIh! vunnLll I , II All LIlillU chil A of a FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF A " IMPORTANT ITEMS. idilioii a . . riled eoult' JAPANESE USEK,,,eir.pr; ENTICED RUSSIA BY THEIR OV hnnds in his hnir at Jie window, und looked j ebou. . TTVwnal'y with nn air or ao- iracuon waitsi aiwajs nn'n-ii more or jess quickly into a smile. The smile was Invariably followed by a momentary re laxation from' study, while (lie young Oan watched the joyous gambols of the Jhildren, who shouted all together with wild hilarity, and seemed to acquire, fresh vigor from the mere fart of re plaining unrebuked. Always in n little time the young man's smile grew ab stracted, and faded slowly away as his thoughts gradually drew back to their wn refuge. A great fire with a solid core of red fceat burned on the hearth, and on one ide of it sat au elderly woman in a widow's cap and a gown of respectable, black. With all 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. — 6 February 1904

1 STRENUOUS DAYS If you don't Join me In thin war If you mix up In this I'll murder MRS, BECHTEL FREE. Jarjr rays Mother Did Not Aid In Killing liar Daughter. After a trial extending over a pcriinl Of nine day, Mm. Catherine lieclitel, charged with being an arrecaory after the fact to the murder of her daughter, Mabei Bochtcl, iu Allrntown, l'n., on Oct 20 or 27 last, wan acquitted. Although freed of the rhnrtfe of roin pllclty In the murder. Mm. Ucrhtel in till held aa the principal In the tragedy and her three children, John, Oniric nnd Myrtha, are under Indictment as ncccn- prlei before and after the fact. All fiese Vases have been continued until be April term of court, but District Lttorney Lichtenwalner wnid that tin- THE BECHIEL8. less new eridence should be discovered, ha would press the charges no further. With the acquittal of Mrs. Berhtcl, the case, aa for as the murdered girl's faro ' fly are concerned, Is ended. Ilenewed Intercut, however, has been given the tragedy by ...

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 February 1904

.-r 'V Owned, Edited and 1'nbllshed by JohnT.Spencer OAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA. Tbs fittest and Cheapest Job Printing NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DON DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. fContimiation of the Homer Herald . VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1904. NUMBER 24. CURRENT HAPPENINGS FAITHFUL CHRONICLE OF ALL IMPORTANT ITEMS. JAPANESE USED RUSE v, ENTICED RUSSIANS INTO TRAP BY THEIR OWN SIGNALS. Officers Were at Circus This In Said to Be the Keason They Were Unprepared for Ad Attack -Like British at Yorktowo. Dispatches Indicate that fighting haf continued at Port Arthur with advantage to the Japanese, though the Russians de ny it. St. Petersburg advices are that the enemy bus lout fiity men and sustain ed severe damn pen to several ships. The Russian railroad line in Manchuria is reported to he Mocked by the blnwiug tip of a bridge by Japanese. Vienna ad vices are to the effect that this work probably wus done by Chinese "boxers." Japanese troops numbering 2,500 are said to be quart...

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 February 1904

l"-7 V V i i I! 11 1 54 ! la 'J A tw 1 H I ! BlO. 4 tpi . not in t fcaw 3 fctl V 4DVANI40E Or LARGE f AMILItS. Br BfsftoV nrr C. Potter, ot 5e ror. 1 fear it Is true Hint tlie American women of to-l.v arc opposed In fami lies", particularly large oih-k, of (lie old fashioned kind, and It l to lie regretted. In Webster's time the best men and women of the young renililie mine from large families: I think it muni have lieen tlie association of huge fam ilies of children with ea( h other, the doing for mi eli other, the self ilenliil. each one for the others and for their parents, that nindo tlie men of strong character iiml the women of h noble domestic life. This sort of home train ing, where there are brother and fil IzJ niMinr roTTt n. ter mingling together under the Mime roof, instill into boys and girls, young men and young women, the noblet instincts, the most worthy ambitions. Children and young persons must have an inltorn and Inbred veneration and affection as well as a respo...

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. — 13 February 1904

An Ricellent Disciplinarian. Every one nilinlttrd that Mrs. Thera 011 was an excellent disciplinarian. hue was ii widow with throe boy. I whom ahe Inul brought up to obedi ence and truthfulness, If not to joy. "Children, I have aoniethlriR to toll you,'' the announced ono Kundiiy on the return of the family from church. "On Thursdny afternoon I ahull mnrry Dr. Lane, whom you all know and re aped." There wus a solemn pause, ended by the oldest lioy. "Mother," he naked, "when are yoj going to tell Dr. Lane?" Who Own the United Htates' One twelfth of the estimated wealth of the United States is represented at the meeting f the board of director of the Unite. I Slates flteel corporation when nil the directors are present. They also represent two huudred other companies opemtiug' one-half of the railroad tuil(ii.;e in the country audi control cor;i,i: atious whose- aggregate capitalization : S!),000,O00,(Xii). The World's Wo:::. An K ;;t Tester Free, 5s Mttviv', ?H.;-- Together with .-in...

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. — 13 February 1904

Dakota County Herald. Conliptation of the Homer Herald. weekly newrpaper published at UknU CUy, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mails m second-class matter. The ' Republican state contention will be held May 18, 1904 at Lincoln. A fall set of candidates for stale of ficers will be nominated, and four del egates at large will be selected to at tend the national republican conren tion June 21, and the stale committee recommended that the convention nom inate a candidate for United Stttea senator to succeed Senator Dietrich. Dakota county is entitled to baye seven ideloRates. OLD TIMES. In 1661 Horaco Dutton, oue of onr baud of Eigbtccn hundred-and fifty fivers, arrived and occupied the farm now owned by William Ebcl, and own ed and occupied by John Joyce and family for many years. In that year he hnd rait of the place in wheat, and nt harvest lime ho got J. O. Fisher tyl nniA w ith his rentier and cut it. Wil liam Fowill stood on th...

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. — 13 February 1904

X 'caw i 522 Fourth Street, Stoux City. I Will continue the sale of all Iron Beds in stock at 50 per cent discount until all are disposed of. Now Is the time to fret an Iron Bed at one-half price. Poavy & Nash Furniture I xrtK Street, SIvxvix City The Merry Swing of 1904 business is now in full blast, and this year tiinds us in better position to take care of our immense business to your inrerest. Our Lumber Stock. is complete, and the grades are standard, the price to meet all competition. Our Furniture Department will plaase you, as we btocc of the latest stvles. See Our Bra.n new Stock, of Harness. Call and see us and we will treat you right. Edwards & Bradford Lbr. Co Homer, 2? T Aro euro don t take C, St. P., M. & O. Time-Table. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol-lc-y:ng time : NOKTII DOCND. 80UTH H0I7ND. 5:52 pm Omaha 7:35 am 10:00 am Omaha 5:13 pm 3:,V pin Norfolk 8:20 am 0:01 am Norfolk 5. 32 pm 7:58 aui Newcastle 10:00 am 2:07 pm 6:07 pm 81TNDAY TrtAINS. 5:52 p...

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. — 13 February 1904

OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS 01 KJ 1ft mil . The Marrying Mood. T Is safe to sny thut if there were no love to urge men snd women Into marriage there would be very few wedding ami msnkiuu would finally become as extinct a the dodo. If maj-riaees should le made after mature ue- liberatlon and careful reasoning one might ..it tlinun contracted 1)7 persons of advanced age to bo the happiest. An yet that to not the common experience. The common perlence Is that the happiest marriages are those which tike place early In life, and that when an elderly man or woman gets married we are not speaking of widows and widowers they more frequently make a mess of It. The reason for this Is not hard to find. It is absolutely essential to the happiness of wedded life that there should be common concessions. Two minds cannot always think alike; two ienplc cannot always desire the name thing. One of them must, therefore, give way. Young jeople can learn to do this more readily tlinn ...

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. — 13 February 1904

HBBaESaSBaaBBBESBSESraSSSSSaBBSaSSBBBBJ Old Blazer's Hero By DAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY. : CHATTER II. (Continued.) "Very well, gentlemen." said the cen ter of iuterest, rising. "If you will have It, you will have It. I'm as hoarse .ns a crow, but if you make rue sing it's no fault of mine, and you must put up with it." He threw down hi ridina whip and enautcred to the piano. He struck a (Chord or two and the character of the Instrument seemed to change. It jingled till it would have jingled under the hands of the king of pianists but his irolee was richer, fuller and softer thnn It had been. Even now he was not go ing to waste a sniff of the incense which wa wafted about him, and was at once o common and so delightful. He pre luded at half-random for a minute or two, and when he had whetted expec tancy to its keenest edge he struck some opening chords and in due time began to iing. His voice was of that rare and exqui ite quality which inspires immediate on!:dence in the listener. On th...

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. — 13 February 1904

DIG NAVAL BATTLE Russians Defending Port Arthur Meet Crushing Defeat. FIRST FIGHT OF WAR. Tfcree of Ciar't Warships Sunk and Others Captured or Disabled. IS THE GRAND STAND SAFE? &3r 1 Admiral AleaielT Bands New of Se vere Da mace by Jap' Pndden At-tack-Blaw Startled St. I'ettrabar and Caar aad HI Ministers Prepare to Face Stern Kealltles of War-Loo-don, Berlin and Paris Kiclted Over News. The first battle lu t lie long expected .War beten Itusaia and Japan resulted In victory for the Japanese. In a mid night attack np.n the Itusxiati fleet he fore Tort Arthur three of the Czar's biggest warsbips were so badly damaged ty Japanese torpedoes that tbey had to b run Into the harbor and beached to prevent their sinking. They now lie across the narrow mouth of the harbor, 'preventing the Ruanian gunboats from tomlng out and making it Impossible for tie battleships of the squadron to return "to the shelter of the harbor. The Hus- v:. fcUFEROA Or JAPAtf. ilan loss was ten men killed and...

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. — 20 February 1904

Owned, Edited and I'sbllihcd by JohriT. SpenGer DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA. The Finest and Cheapest Job Printing NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONI DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. fContiniiatioii of tho Homer Hcrald I V0LU3IE XV DAKOTA CITY. NEB.. SATUKDAY, FEUliUAHY 20, 190. NUMBER 26. I.ATEST BY TELEGRAPH 6UMMARY OP THE NEWS OP THB WHOLE WORLD. r KILLED IN HIS OFFICE BROOKLYN MAN SHOT BY AN AVENGER FROM ELGIN. Frank McNainara, the Murderer, Al lege that When He Live d at ting Harbor, Ij 1., He Saw Jennings, Hit Victim, Coming from 11 in Home. (leorge It. Jennings, president of the Jennings Adjustable Shade Company, wus flint mid killed Thursday in Ills of fice in Hrooklyn,, N. V., by Frank Mo Niminrn, superintendent of one of the de partments of tin' F.lgin Watch Case Company's factory at Flgin, 111. According to two of Jennings' clerks, who were in the office. Jennings and Mo Nnninra were engaged in n heated dis inte, the subject of which is unknown, when McNiimtirn thrust a revolver against Jennings nud...

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. — 20 February 1904

Too Metropolitan. Dan'el Boone, who blazed way for civilisation In Kentucky, loved al ways to bo a little In advance- of the tide of emigration, where he need not 1e annoyed by the presence of oilier hi in. 'in being. He went on to Missouri when Kentucky bream. "too crnwdl," and a gentleman who met him out there in 1S03 records Hint ho vim nbont to tro still further. "'I saw and converged with Daniel rtoono," be wrote to hi friends, "who was residing at the upper sotllcni nt on tlie Missouri. Although he was then sixty-eight years old, he was re markably HCllve, wnlke1 rrvt with much ewse and aKility. hut observed that be could not shoot quite so well an formerly on a dark day. " 'I'm going to leave here right soon,' Mid Boone. 'It's getting too crowded. I never did like city life. There- ns many as ten families set tlnl round bre now, and I'm tired of them. And there's more coming. I'm going to take out and move away up-river, where I can live alone in comfort.' " Retail Druggists'...

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. — 20 February 1904

'V. ' 0U W i r l ' To be a successful wife, to retain the lcve and admiration of her husband should be a woman's constant study. If she would be all that she may, she must guard well against the signs of ill health. Mrs. Brown tells her story for the benefit cf all wives an J mothers. ' Dr.KR Mux. Pinkham : Lytlia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound will make erc-y mother rrell, etronp, healthy and h.i;ipy. I dragged through nine years of miserable existence, worn out with pain and weariness. I then noticed a statement of a woman troubled as I wan; and the wonderful results she h::J had from your Vege table Compov.:i(l, and decided to try what it would do for me, and used it for three month. At the end of that time, 1 was a different woman, the neighbors remarked It, and my hus band fell in love with me all oyer again. It seamed like a new existence. I had been fu'feriafir with inflamma tion ind fall in nf f.he womb, but vour I medieina eur"d Ihftt. and built 1D mv i entire system, till...

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. — 20 February 1904

Dakota County Herald. Continuation of tT Homer Hrrald. A weekly repa'er published at W .M-, Nebraska. Pmiiwion Las been granted for the tranamianion of tbis paper through the maaila m second-class matter. Tbe drrocratio state committee Lm been called to meet at the Lindell ho tel, Lincoln, March 15 at 8 p. m. Senator Tettna of Alabama is the oldest man in the senate and is still hale and hearty. lie has held office for 60 years. TheTkamah Journal brings out John F. Tiper of Lyons for member of the delegation from this district to the repnblican national convention in Jnne. Tbe Herald is for Hon. J. It. Hontberland for state auditor and can not at this time second the nomination of Mr. Tiper, both living in Hurt connty. Congressman Burket of Lincoln is getting a great deal of newspaper ad vocasy for the U. S. senate. He is a good man, young, educated and grow ing. Ia winning a place in congress. Homo pipers express the fear that they would have no one to tako his placo in the house. ...

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. — 20 February 1904

V M n IT i n I I ' III 111 J m rorniinro 3K KS-C KSKrl cavy 522 Fourth Street, Sioux City. Will continue the sale of all Iron Beds in stock at 50 per cent discount until all aro disposed of. Now ia the time to pet an Iron Bed at one-half price. Pcavy & Nash Furniture Co. ou rtK Street, SIixCity The Menu Swing of 1904 busineos ia now in full blast, and this year fiinds us in better position to take care of our immense business to yo'ir iurerest. Otxr 3LB2xifaer Stock. 'is complete, and the grades ore standard, the price to meet all competition. Oiiir FHirnitwrc Department will pfoaso yon, as wo are putting in our spring stocc of the latest styles. Sec Our Bra.n new Stock, of Harness. Coll and see us and we will treat you right. Edwards & Bradford Lbr. Co Van sella Metre's bread, cakes -and pies. II ne does not have wnat jou waut he will order it. Mike Waters, banker at Hubbard, called on the Ilearald Wednesdtiv. lie is doing a fine business in Jlub- batd. One of Mr& Rix'a...

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. — 20 February 1904

THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR JAPS ARE REPULSED. DEFEATED IN ATTEMPT TO LAND NEAR PORT ARTHUR. MikadVs Tronp Driven Back to Their Phipa with Heavy L,oa-Fnllr 12,000 Led Into Trap and Many Blangbtered Before Tbejr Retreat, Reports received nt XewCliwanfr Mon day toll of serious losses for the Japan ese. Three nttetnpts to land nn army on the Linotuug petiinsiilit near Fort Arthur were defeated and the Japanese were driven hnek with heavy loss. It is also reported that Jnpaueso transport was libelled and sunk ly the HiiMsian shorn batteries and that 1,800 soldiers on hoard were drowned. Of GOO Jnpatiese who succeeded in ef fecting a landing near Talienwiiu (Dnlny) 4.10 were snhered hy the Cossacks and the survivors escaped to the ships. The most serious engagement was nt a point on the shore of Pigeon hny, nest of l'ort Arthuc, where a force of L!,(K)0 Japanese troops attempted to disembark under cover of night. All was quiet on the ahore of the little cove when the Japan ese fleet of transp...

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. — 20 February 1904

I Old Blazer's Hero Hv DAVID CHCISTin A'.ITPPAV. - BE CHAPTER IV. The proprietors of the Old Blazer hnd 00 right to coll upon the services of Ned Blane; but In such e case no man who Was competent to disehnrge the duties of superintending the work of rexcuo could hesitate to obey the summons. Illiine was doubly competent. His business du ties is mine surveyor hnd ninde him fa miliar with the working, and in similar esses he had more than once given proof of courage and resource. He threw him self heart and soul into the work, nud ven forgot for an hour or two at a time that hi sweetheart hnd that dny married his rival and that her mnrringe was like ly to endanger her happiness. It was night time, and the roaring wind had fallen, to be followed by n thick drizzle. Great cages of fire hurtl ed here and there, and smenred the thick atmosphere with a murky light. The scattered crowd looked listless enough on the surface. The engine panted with noise of fenr and hurry, and echoes from th...

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. — 20 February 1904

SENATOIUIANNADKAD H EXPIRES IN WASHINGTON OF TYPHOID FEVEn. After Combatting lHacaie for Ten Days, tbe Ohio Venator and Leading; Republican Politician raaaee Away a"t Mia Hotjl In Washington. Senator Mnrrua Alonso 1 1 n utin iliod at C.40 o'clock Momlny evening at the fam ily apartments lu the Arlington Hotel, AVashingtnn, after an illness extending ever nearly two months, filled with ap parent recoveries, followed ly reln-pses, and finally drifting into typhoid fever, Which, in his weakened condition, he was nimble to withstand. When the end came all the members of the Senator's family were In the room except Mrs. Hanna, the Senator's wife, nod Mr. anil Mrs. Dsn Hanna. Sirs. Hanna had left the room only a few minutes before. The last sinking spell bruin at 0:30 O'clock. Irs. Carter and Osier were then in attendance. They did not conceal the fact that life was about to end, and 11 members of the family were sent for. Senator Ilauna sank gradually during the afternoon and died quietl...

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