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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 12 March 1904

9 The Placet and epM Job Printing NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DOttQ Owned, Edited and rnbllshad by John! Spew DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA, DAKOTA . COUNTY HERALD. Continuation of the Ilomor Herald.; VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY. NEH., SATURDAY, MARCH' 12, 1904. XUMISKR 28. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP TUB NEWS OP THE WHOLE WORLD. WILL HANG, IF ALIVE MURDERER DUNN RECAPTURED BY MISSOURI SHERIFF. Prisoner Dangerously III Announc ed, However, that Exeoutlou Will be Carried Out His Escape Was Exceedingly Dnrlmg. Mark Dunn, the murderer of Bert Ft u ton, a wealthy farmer, at Rushville, Mo., two years ago, who escaped from the jail at St. Joseph Mo., Monday after locking hi guard in juil, was recaptured late Wednesday night at Guilford, eigh teen miles north of St. Joseph, after tin .exuting chase. He is now in juil at St. Joseph nt the point of dentil, suffering from pneumonia. He was to be hanged Friday. , Dunn o ripen rod at the home of a farm er near Rosedale at 3 o'clock Wednesday morning, sick with pn...

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. — 12 March 1904

MY THE How the Toiis of Falling Water Are Being Con verted Into Energy Avail able for Driving the Ma chinery of a Great City. -j ii IS 111.11 riAR l THE TRLSLNT DAY. babrlcl de la Hointtouiauld. To-day we are far removed from fear of lint. of cold, or of wild ordinals. We nave cap, coats, houses and firearms, The most poverty stricken among us In infinitely belter protected from all dn tiger llian m the most powerful ruler of ancient days. Nevertheless we possibly are heroine only the more fenrful. How often In a tralu we hear a corpulent man shout: '( lose that door. Iion'l you feel the draft?" The tone of a person terrified by the sight f some great lnger. Our own epoch is not content, However, wun rear tug Illness alone; It fear life also. How many despairing Individuals we find In every claw: How many tragedies And their origin solely in the disgust felt for life Itself! How many suicides sre due to the dread of a struggle! tAnd how ninny unfortunates there are who, feeling re p...

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. — 12 March 1904

TV' Tha Compllmeat Direct. "Just ace how niy poor bands art chapped, Mr. Mllllgan." "Dpar, dear, how tad! But, really, I didn't suppose there was room on your little bands fur chaps, Miss Lutle. I'm sure these are merely half-grown Chappies." The announcement of the engage ment will appear next Sunday. Clare land Plain Dealer. Thousands of head of eattla srs now red from death from blackleg by a vac doe distributed by tba goTernment HUMS Complete External and Internal Treatment Consisting of Cuticura Soap to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales, and soften the thickened cuticle; CUTI CURA Ointment to in stantly allay itching, irrita tion, and inflammation, and soothe and heal; and CUTI CURA Pills to cool and cleanse the blood and expel humor germs. A SINGLE SET, costing hut ONE DOLLAR, is often suffi cient to cure the most tor turing, disfiguring skin, scalp and blood humors, ec zemas, rashes, itchings, and irritations, with loss of hair, from infancy to age, when the best physicia...

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. — 12 March 1904

Dakota County Herald. Coftlinusllon of the Homer Hersld. h weekly newspaper published at I (jitT, Nebraska. Proimion hat been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mails as second-class matter. OLD TIMES. On May 3, 18T5, George T. Woods and Jacob A. Hallock arrived in what is now Sergeant Bluffs, foot sore and weary after a tramp from Council Bluffs. They each carried a gun and a knap sack. They stopped with Dr. J. D. M. Crockwell, who afterwards wuh others founded Dakota City, who kept the hotel there. Leonard Botes and T. Elwood Claik also lived there, their houses being the only ones in the place. The next day lie and Ilallock looked themselves up claims, and soon after Hallock again footed it to the U. 8. laud office in Council Bluffs to tuuke the proper filings. He was less foot jore than Woods, the latter stayed snd helped other settlers hew logs to put into new Looses. Hallock returned in due time, but they had already built some houses and they continued the...

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. — 12 March 1904

5 t Vny ii ix jor H jTo points in Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, lie daily until April 30 Liberal stopovers allowed. on To points in Minnesota, North niboia. Tickets on sale every A set To points in Tenneseo, Mississippi March and April. To points in Alabama, Georgia, anil Virginia. Tickets on sale 1st and ronnd trip. Stopovers allowed. "; Further information cheerfully braska, or write W. II. 1 tL . i ! ,T 6-tni ill S f --Y-? ri 1 J PALACE OF MACHINERY, WORLD'S FAIR, WHERE THE LARGEST GAS ENGINE IN THE WORLD MAY BE SEEN. The view shows one end and not quite one-half of the main front of the Machinery building, which Is 1,000 by 625 feet In extent, has two towers 205 feet high and cost $4(50,000. Renovation. In spring time we need a general cleaning up, and now is the time to Kalsomine, Paint Floors and Walls. You neod good Paint and Brushes, aud we have the best on the market. We a full stock of Hikes, Hoes, Shovels and Spades, also good as nor ment of Harnes...

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. — 12 March 1904

V ... v MOTHER'S HANDS. Russia and Japan At a Glance 1 r r ( . A OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS The Married School Ma'am. MISS PATTERSON, Wchr i public schools, got married recently, snd secord I lua; to the rule of the Board of Kdncatlon, her I llslklltf w fnr nnaltlnn In h teschlntr I'irriil llll. i iHiuin.j - m - --- i mediately lapsed. But the lady, now Mr. Van de Water, refused to hand In tier resignation and will carry her case o the court. The matter Is attracting much attention, an Mr. Van de Water's tilt Is a tent case by which the fate of other women teach ers will be ascertained. The rlew Is freely expressed In many quarters that such rule as that made by the Iionrd or Education In regard to the marriage of women teachers Is against public jm1 ley and private privilege. Matrimony should be encour aged, not penalised, by the state, say the opponents of uch a regulation. What hns matrimony to do with school teaching? And why should the rule apply only to wom...

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. — 12 March 1904

(- v- 4 I 'V- V t Old Blazer's Hero By DAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY. CHAPTER X. Mary did not appear at the supper (able, in spite of Hackett'a Injunction, and when the latter went upstairs to in lst upon obedience, be found the bed room door locked against htin. He re served to himself the right to ei press .is opinion with regard to this open defiance later on, and controlling himself without nuch difficulty for he waa one of those people who need to say how indignant they are before they can get up any great force of ateam he descended to his companions. They were easily contented 'With hia apologies, and were, indeed. rather pleased than otherwise to be freed from the restrictions a hostess' presence "would have imposed upon them. Haekett's convives were four in num ber. Two were old cronies of his by no means the pick of his old acquaint ances, but such as fate and his own .courses had left to him; and tiie other two were strangers to him, found in Jb'.s friends' companionship on that ...

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. — 12 March 1904

T 47?l 1 r 1 yf n .FIRE ON STRONGHOLD JAPANESE FLEET IN BOMBARD MENT OP VLADIVOSTOK. Mikado's Boats Direct Unas Against ' Caar's Northern Btrong-hold for RR Minutes-Land Batteries Fall to Ri ply FIts Persons Art Plain. A fleet of five Japanese battleships and two cruisers appeared off Vladivos tok at 1:25 o'clock Sunday afternoon and bombarded tbe town and shore batteries for fifty-five minutes. The fleet approached from the direc tion of Aikold iHland, at tlie eastern en trance to Usurl bay, about thirty-two miles southeast of Vladivostok. Enter ing Usuri bay the enemy formed in line of battle, but did not approach to a doner range than a mile and one-third. They directed their fire against the shore bat teries and the town, but no damage re sulted, as moat of the 200 lyddite shells failed to burnt. Tbe Kusalnn batteries, commanded by Gens. Yemnets and Arta monoff, did not reply, awaiting closer ap proach of the enemy. The Japanese lire ceased at 2:20 p. m., and the enemy retired i...

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 April 1904

The riaeat and Cn, Owned, Edited And Published by DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, Continuation of the Homer llcrald.; NEATLY AND PROMPT DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA. DAKOTA CITY. NEK.. SATU1U)AY, ' APRIL 9, 1004. NUMBER 32) VOLUME XV V v' Job Pricing JohnT. Spencer Q H? 1 "V LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SUMMARY OP THB NEWS, OP THE WHOLE WORLD. BOYS ACT AS BANDITS HOLD UP A COUNCIL BLUFFS SALOON MAN IN DAYLIGHT. One Taken Dead; the Other Ali ' Alter Dcing Surrounded by Crowd r Hallway Switchmen Ihe Bobber Xurna Gun on Himself. A Council Bluffs. Ia.. special says: Two young fellows, apparently IS to 110 years old, entered the saloon of Olsen iV Mortensen about U o'clock 'i.nrsduy morning nnd held up the saloouist, who wnti alone. One luil presented a pistol, while the other rohbed the saloon inau And pit uway with $10.00. Both ran, pursued ly Mortensiii, wlio overtook and caught the lad who wan unarmed and held him for the police. Itai!vay switchmen chased the young holdup, who was armed, into the Koek . lslun...

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 April 1904

4iiiiWw t&sssssszs&M&i -Urn w??-lW&m 4 Vn Kit her ref'lar letter seemed she got one ever' day Toor Jonea declined he'a bankrupt an' the (Jover'nient'a to An never was contented 'leaa ahe answered right away. blame, Ho alie'd borry pen an' paper an' we'd teaao her till ahe'd algh For when he kep th' office there th' folks would never fail An' ay that 'fore ahe'd marry us ahe'd go Iny down and die. To do a little trndin' while they waited for th' mail. Oh, we never waa respecters of no peraona, aex or kin So I've thought th' whole thing over an' I've Just about agreed An' when th' folka got mud by gum! we'd tease aa worae That while th' rural route Itself hns filled a long-felt need, ag'iu, I believe that I'd be willin' to go git my mail once more 1 J nut to live, an' laugh , an' lie flg'in at 'Lijah Joneses atore. Hut th' old day ha departed an' th' atoro ain't quite the same, W. M. Herachell, in Indlanapolia News. e SECRET OF THE 8PRINQ WINDS. "Die wind of March haa ...

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 April 1904

NEGRO AFRAID OF CAMERA, Tfcle Pecallarlt Frobablx Altoetaer Dne to Hi raepleioaa Mature. "It la a curious thing, but a negro Is is afraid of a camera as he Is of a run," sntd a ninn who pays some at tention to the peculiarities of the black race, "and I hare" often wondered Just why It was. On a number of occa sions I have tried to get good, striking pictures and poses of the negro, but If the black man got a Tlew of the camera and understood that I was about to take his likeness be would camper away to some hiding place where he would be beyond the range of the camera. A short while ago I made a trip up the river on a steam boat and at various places along the river tried to get characteristic sketches of the negro. In some In stances I succeeded, but It was when the group knew nothing about what 1 was doing. "Whenever they got on to my racket they would ninke a break for the tnll timber and If I got to see them at all It was when tlicy peeped from behind the trees on the river ban...

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 April 1904

J .lerald. ,r Hersitft published at grunted for the i per through the matter. unties uVve endorsed yt, congressman from for the U. senate. f u, six 01 ine nine nnprtine isomers will be legislated (p. CommisAioners Amen, . and OKI In m will remain. 7Hon. E. M, 8earl, jr., of Ogalttlft. Nebraska, wan in town the other day ' inspecting the county treasurer's office. He is one of the official examiners. He is candidate for state auditor and gives his qualifications : Four years as deputy treasurer, four years as county treasurer, throe years under Anditor Weston as state examiner. .lie is a very pleasant gentleman and if he should be nominated and elected will no doubt make an flieient offioer. Tho Ilerald is still fr Hon. J. 11. Sutherland of Tekamah. We know he will make au efficient officer. The eleventh annual session of the Northwertern Iowa Tnacher's associa tion is to be hold iu Kioux City on April 14, 15 and 1C. The session .Till le held in the high school building. The hotels o...

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. — 9 April 1904

Mltlllil i ill 11 1 li I i 1 I (I m ft If if WpMftPHW PALACE OF EDUCATION, WORLD'S FAIR. Sliowiiij; n portion of the South Facade. The graceful and Imposing colonnade is repeated oil til: x'.dcs. 33iroJS: 9Z One Way Colonist Rentes. To points in Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Iiiitish Columbia, nnd Alberta Territory. Tickets on sale daily until April 30 Libaral stopovers" allowed. To points ia Minnesota, North and South Dakolu, Manitoba, Western Ontario, Saskatchewan and Assiniboia. Tickets oa sale every Tuesday daring March and Apri To points in Tennesee, Mississippi and Louisiana . Tickets on sale the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays in March and April. Homeseekers Round Trip R-cvtes. To points in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi Lousiana,- North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Tickets on sale 1st nnd 3rd Tuesdays in March and April, at rate cf one fare plus $2 round trip. Stopovers allowed. Further information cheerfully given at City Ticket Oflice No. 1402 Farnam Str...

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 April 1904

J zi1 . 'cr- r NS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Fear of the Surgeon' Knife. T HE millionaire who killed himself rather than suffer a surgical operation for appendicitis la a type of many individual who prefer death to the thought of going under the scalpel. It is by a strange men tal proceaa that they come to such a choice. Often, as in this latest case, the pain to le endured is vastly exag gerated by imagination, while "the sense of death is most In apprtienslon;" for the removal of the vermiform ap pendix, save in cases of acute development. Is rarely deadly nowadays. Perhaps this wretched man had such a case of "nerves ;when he was ordered to the surgeon that his system was strung to the snapping point and only needed the sugges tion of the knife to Induce recourse to the revolver. Again, Ills may have been somewhat like the experience of the brave and gallant duelist of whom I Maupassant has given us such nn intense study the man of certain marks manship who pondered al...

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 April 1904

DAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY. cuaptick xviu. (Continued.) He did nut loo), up nt 1 lie house ns lie wei.-t lv, nml n missed tlic sii.iit of llepzihali, who stool moiiriifuily pressing tin' tip of licr ii(isi against n pane in the window of the dark front room, star ing o.it upon tlic street. She saw liim. Iiowcvcr. iiinl was struck by a something 1ie.irt!ess hi his Knit mill the attitude of bis Hkhio. Hi" wan strolling In the di rection ..f the Miners' Best. nu-1 IIepp7.i luili know what her own tears were. Sln paused in the n:irrow hall to snatch a wrap of some unit from n hooU. and limn slipped niter him into the street, lte wax going so slowly that she had no dilll culty in overtaking him. but when she find romp within a yard or two her heart failed her, and she found no courage to peak to him. Hut he In a little while becoming vaguely conscious that a hur rying step tiehiml him had suddenly ne roinmobited itself to din own. turned found mid recognized her. "Been out for a walk. Mister ...

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 April 1904

' - V V A jj 1 ! : y V Ainrmrav ",r,,tn "n"' onv," W i. ' .. Tl-ll W I TV,. until m. I .,! I,. h. I I ' y . .' i m m fr(my KVi .V-.Hl m I lMI1 u nnjn, r roiu uii- uii-i ' inn- Gen. Adna Romania Chaffee. who h ucreeded (Jen. Young as chief of stuff f tie army, It a tolillor with an Inter national r p u t a tion. He wu a lending figure in the Civil War, in campaigns againM Indiana, and In Ppnninh conflict. He wax born at Orwell, Ohio, April 14, 1S42. and en tered the army In 1801 n a private. Ilia gallantry won him a brigadier GRX. CHAFFEE. generalship, and when the war cloned he wa appointed a captain In the regular army. Then followed hia Indian Ron ire. and for twenty-eeven year he waa with the Sixth cavalry. In the Santiago cam paign he won freah latirela at I,aa (luaal maa and El Caney, and next figured in the Boxer uprising In Chins, when he commanded the American forcea at the relief of Pekln. Then he waa aaelgned to the command of the Philippines, and waa appointed military go...

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. — 23 April 1904

Owned, Edited and Published by Johnl. Spencer DAKOTA OITY. NEBRASKA. The Finest and Obeapaat DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. fConlliiuatlon of the Homer Herald.- NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DCN3 VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY. NKI5-. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1904. NUMBER 34. Job Printing WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AN 17 CONCISELY STATED, BIG STRIKE FEARED CHICAGO FACES ANOTHER SER. IOUS LABOR WAR. The Truck Driver Mar Co Out Act Ion Would Tie Up Business In the Wind Cltjr Effort to Beach a Settlement Have Been Futile. After negotiation at Chicago extending or several weeks, the Truck ".drivers' Uuiou and the Chicago Team ' ,wners' Association are. no nearer au agreement tluin at the beginning. Chicago is men uced by the prospect of a strike thnt will ls of greater magnitude than any that has taken place since the disturbance of WH. The worker have asked au increase of wages amounting to about 10 per cent, milking their pay range from $12 to $H a week. They also demand a twelve hour day. They now work 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. — 23 April 1904

MARVtLS OF AMIMJ. IMtUIGENCC. 1 Bf f. The sensation of London nlxiut the year l"('i) was a "cats' opera." conducted by a Scotch shoo maker named Blsct, who had taught those orca turps to play tunes on the dulcimer as an oooom- panlmont to tluir own squnlling. Ills greatest i nuceess. liowover. wn with n pig which was seen for two or tlirpp days by many person of .ospoctnblllly to spell without any npparpnt di rection the names of those In tun company; to tysi up accounts; 10 poini om win on i 'i eons present; to tell exactly thp hours, minutes, seconds; to distinguish thp married from thp single," etc. While this learned pig wan performing In iMihlln an armed ruffian broke Into the room, (dew the nnlmal with his sword, as saulted Blsset himself, and so unnerved the unfortunate nlmal trainer that he took to his bed and died within a few d.iys. A naturalist, who is in charge of a tlnp museum assured Die that he had once seen n horse In a Held sleze and work with his teeth the handle o...

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. — 23 April 1904

, : i Squirting Manio. . A. H. Wheeler ot Geneva, N. T., has fecently Invented a music squirting lose, which Is capable of distributing nuslc to any considerable distance, already twenty families are being en tertained by his nightly concerts a hun Ired miles away, and nil at the Mine time, every nte reaching the ear dis tinctly. There Is about slsty feet of irdlnnry rubber tubing, one end being ittachcd to the diaphragm of a phono graph machine ami the other end to lie transmitter of the telephone. Mr. Wheeler has succeeded In getting the tound Into the transmitter of the tele phone in sucU a way that the harsh (fleet on the other end of the wire Is fntlrely eliminated. Ana That's No Me. "History invariably repents itself," aid the fetnule who hns a mania for quotations. "Yes, with the exception of one's own personal history," rejoined tho coutrary i man. "That is always repeated by one's i seighbors.' This Never Happened. Hp What a beautiful complexion you l.ave, Miss Itnddingtou....

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. — 23 April 1904

W -s, County Hera d. wiunualion of th Homer Herald. , .- weekly newspaper published at i m fjity, Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mails at second-class matter. The Journal of Wednesday announ ced that Thog. J. Stone, a Sionx City pioneer of '56, had suddenly passed away at about 11:20 Tuesday night, April 13, 1904. Mr, Stone was well known to the people of Dakota connty in a business way, and because he was a member of the Pioneers and Old Settlers' association, and has been pre ent at every annual reunion for years. Hut tew of the pioneers nave taken a creator interest in tbe association or enjoyed its meetings more than he has. We will miss him. lie had done much to build tip Sionx city and this north western country. He has done bin part. The Herald tenders its sympa thy to Mrs. Hton-, who lias many times been with ns at our annual meet ings and at one time read an original poem entitled "To Our Departed Pio neers, and the tent...

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