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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 23 April 1904

. - --.-. . : r : : , . . " 77 "T 3 H Nw Shlymn $IO Silk Coals, $7.50 Latent box silk coats, in rich qual ity Teail de Sole, made with large collar and stole front. Fnll Bishop sleeves trimmed with silk braid this ia the proper weight for this season of the year d"7 C ( Special $ i3U 75c white batiste corsets, with hose supporters attached 50c at $3.00 laco batiste, applique, Irish crochet, heavy medallions, etc. Result of a big syndicate purchase M QQ yard, 39c. 69o, 98o and....Sl-i70 50 pillow tops 500 in all; heavy aenim oacas, siampeu in uorai ae- signs; formerly sold at 50o at .15c (1.00 women's spring and summer neckwear; Bulgarian embroidered linen, ctaiuine and lace sets Cfir ch. JU'w April Sale Furniture, Try some Junket-For Delicious Desserts and Ice Cream I 5 k 1 V One Way Colonist Retes. s To points in Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, on silo daily uutil April 30 Liberal stopovers allowed. To points in Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Manitoba, Western Asainiboia . ...

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. — 23 April 1904

THE COUNTRY ROAD, From the busy fields of farmer folk It starts on its winding way, Goes over the hill, and across the brook. Where the minnow love to piny; Then, pant the mill with lt water wheel, , And the pond that aliowa the sky; And Tip to the bridge by the village slprc. And the church with Its spire so high. Yon would never think that the country road. From the hill to the store, could bo So long to a loy with an errand to do ... And another boy to see. You can never dream how short Itls From the farm to the frozen pond. Nor how very much further It always .Is To the school house Just beyond. ' t Oh. the country rond! at the farther end It runs up hill and down. Away from the woods and the rippling brook To the tolling, rushing town. But, best of all. when you're tired and sick Of the noisy' haunts of men, if yon follow It buck. It will lend you home - To the woods und llelds again, -St. Nicholas. South Branch Farm CTpHR Taneys had lived on the South Branch Farm since colony ...

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. — 23 April 1904

'V Old Blazer's Her By DAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY. CHAPTER XXII. For an tuitant this annoying intelH tence seemed to paralyze mind and body, and if Mary lind not already had a hand upon the atalr rail aha would hare fall en at the shock. She turned ghostly white, and her heart began to beat furi ously. She could not have told If she were glad, or aorry, or resentful. In a little while thla extreme agitation subsided, and, standing with one foot on the lowest step of the staircase, with the inald staring round-eyed and frightened et her white face, she listened and heard St he deep breath of the returned prodigal rising and falling in a regular cadence. pThe room In which he slept was on the f round floor. The door was ajar, and a t aint gleam of light came from a single 8' as Jet, which was lowered ss far that In aylight it might have been Invisible, i Mary moved softly to the door, trem bling from head to foot Three, steps carried her across the narrow little ball, 'and then she paused ...

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. — 23 April 1904

RUSSIA'S SAD WEEK. Hoodoo op bad luck still pursue8 czar's forces. i)iaaater to retropavlorak Canted by a jau Countermine-Togo Lured Admir al Makaroff from Shelter bjr Tempt lng Bait Bnaalans In Panic.' The hoodoo of bad luck still pursuit ths Rnselana la their naval operation! In fna Kurt. Last week wai a calamitous Cne for then Tha Port Arthur fleet, fehich at the beginning of the war con flated of aeren battleahipa and about the Mm number of crultera, ha been re Speed to two uudamaged battlexhipa and fo two or three crul-crs. The pemistent limmeriog of the Japanese ha ao weak lod It that its only hope of aafcty la to lma1n in the harbor, protected by the ffiina of the fort, and await the arrival "f the Baltic fleet. That fleet, on which i hopea of the Ruaaiana are centered, bught to be leaTing aoon for the Orient. (The chimerical project of aendiug it by Fay of the Arctic ocean hna not been en tertained. The reaaela will piirau the cuatomary route. When the Petropavlotnk waa aunk...

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. — 30 April 1904

-V? - Owned, Ed I tod and Published by Tb Flaeet sad UhaapsMO Job Printing NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DOM3 DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD. - --Continuation of the Homer Herald.; DAKOTA OITY. NEBRASKA. VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY. NEB.. SATUHDAY, APRIL 30, 1904. NimnER 35. (JohnT.SpenGer i a WOriD'S DAILY KEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND (ff clr I rl.r vt1 -lit mtnn itti iSllII J liM 10 J lEilJ Ul MASTERS AND PILOTS AT DEAD. LOCK WITH. LAKE CARRIERS. (Juetloti of Adjustment r Vuei Msstcr anil Pilots Want Season's Pay Whether Iloat I in Commit - slon or .Not No Settlement In Sight. .V Cleveland. O., dispnte'.i says: After Weeks of conference llwu tlir Luke Carrier' Association und the advisory board nf the Masters and Pilots' Asso ciation inn t tern nre still nt deadlock, ami lititjj n wit lenient ran be reached ship ping on the great lakes uuiKt remain nt n standstill. The executive committee of the owners' organization has reported in substance that the masters nnd pilots still insist that each master should ...

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. — 30 April 1904

Not an Kncltsh PnllilnR. Tito Irlili rebuke Is seldom bitter or priggish, but It itpner.illy flnda It 11 n rk. mid onwlilcli the lmilon Star records Is nut an exception. A snobbish young F.iiKllshmnn, ae-romp.-iniod by n small die. reeently (tl Into a street car and rut down opposite an Irishman. The loiter was Immediately attracted by Hie animal, and After some ndvanees. which were tnuulitily reeclvod by the mauler, ask ed outright what kind of a dog It was. "It la a cross between an ape and an Irishman." was the loud voiced re ply. ' "Vallh, thin, we're both related to h' baste.'' retorted the Irishman, cheerfully. Wllllac to Learn. There won nothing to be seen eiccpt the traditional cloud the size of a niHii'a hand. Yet the captain mado haste fo shorten anil. Hoon the atorm billet In all It fury. When the sky was onep more bright and the raptnln was at leisure one of the passenger approached him revcr entiiilly. "Kxcuse me, captain," he aald, "but low did you know It was coming? ...

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. — 30 April 1904

V A MICHIGAN MAYGH SAYCj "I Know Pc-ru-na Is a Fine Tonic for T Worn Out System." Opinions of Great Papers on Important Subjects. tff$'l'if$4$f$i fef.fe 44444 44"ltlt4tt3t4llt' t ( y - - II I 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I I I II It II l:i il&xstirjr r I 1 1 II I 1 1 VI ll IM 1 1 r 1 1 inii. rKSA ITZZZ i i Miss M. Cartledge gives some helpful advice to young girls. Her letter is but one of thousands which prove that nothnrr is so" helpful to young girls who e?5 arriving at the period of womanhood as 'Lydia E Pmkham's Vegetable G)mpound. "Dear Mrs. 'Pinkham: I cannot praise Lydia E. Plnkam's Vegetable Compound too highly, for it is the only medicine I ever tried which cured me. I suffered much from my first menstrual period, I felt bo weak and dizzy at times I could not pursue my studies with the usual interest. My thoughts became sluggish. I had headaches, backaches and sinking spells, also pains In the back and lower limbs. Ia fact, I was sick all over. " Finally, after many other remedie...

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. — 30 April 1904

Dakota County Herald. Continuation of the Homer Herdd. . weekly newspaper published at IUI..U Uitv, Nebraska. Ptwlniwuon ban been granted for tbe ranamtonion of tbia paper through the mails asVeoaxid-class matter. " CRITICISES DEMOCRATIC PLAT FORM. . We copy the following from tbe apeooh delivered ia Chicago, last Sat or night, by William J. Bryan, in op position to the New York Democratic Platform : "Aa it ia somewhat unusual for a po litical speech to be made aa this one ia tonight, let me preface my remarks with an explanation. I have hired this hall and I introduce my Bel I because I do not care to speak under the auspices of any clnb or organization which ia committed to any particular aspirant for office. My concern is not about the name or the personality of tbe nomi nee, tint about the principles for which the democratic party is to fctand. While many of the papers seem to as anroe that tbe contest for the demo cratic nomiuation ia necessarily be tween Jndge Parker and Mr. M...

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. — 30 April 1904

" 1 111 Pelletier's Fhe Silk Selling GROWS INTENSELY INTERESTING SALE STARTS ANEW SATUP -y M . D E PED and KE-PKICED Yesterday's enthusiastic buying woulc nay' advertise as great silk safes. When Th Pi one customer remarked, "Why, Pell quality for quality, quantity and 1 1 s only one silk sale Felletier heretofore has been U"L. and Louisine Silk I ,1 v. npi'ly of silks, such as other stores ' ruMic soon grasp the opportunity as 1 ere show yards." We ask yon to compare i sf price for prioe You will all say there is an unprecedented silo. Such Jwonderful selling of buyers wanting guaranteed Taffetas, Peau de Sow K ,.00 SILKS ON SALE AT 39c 59c (89c 86c M. E. Church Notes. I hare secured the promise of the following, supplies for my pulpits in m; absence during the month of May, These "applies will preach both morn itiff and evening in that villain m,! . Grace church in the afternoon at 2:30: Alar 1st. Student from Mnrninir.M.. college: Mar 8th. atuifont fmm Kf incside college: Mar 11r...

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. — 30 April 1904

OLD AND IN t ! tit h Klilmnnv nnmpr in' hpnr the "The world Is weary of her she in old, and In the way. And it vacant chair were bettor a solitary place Than the palsied, wrinkled hand of her, and the tear-wet furrowed face: I nursed 'em at my bosom or Life's sun went down the Went; I sans Iove'a sweetest songs to them nnd rooked their hearts to rest; And now, that the sad time hastens the closing of Life day I am only a useless womnn I am old nnd In the wayl Thank God, It will soon bo over Life's sun Is sinking fast; My feet are In the valley nnd I see my home nt Inst! And I say, while tho angels bookon, "Poor, and old, nnd gray, There Is room for me lu heaven, where I'll not be In the way!" Atlanta Constitution. A Club Woman's Essay WIIKN the rhalrmnn of the Pro Krnm C'Oiumltleo of our club Invited me to write a paper for one of the llternry afternoons it was ft very easy mntter to sny "Yes." The subject "The Rise and Pall of Superstition" Interested me, and it Was a pleasure to t...

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. — 30 April 1904

3 2 Old Blazer's Olero Bj DAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY. CHAPTER XXIIL Continued.) Since ht had broken the bond which for little while had held him, be had fallen back into all the regular ways of nls youth, and among other revived hab Ita was that of taking hia mother to the eld-fashioued chapel in which ahe had Worshiped, after her own fashion, all her life. He used to ait in sight of Mary Hackett there, and without criticising motives too closely, it is Just possible that he continued that revived habit of his aa much for the aake of seeing her as for any reason which the pastor of the place might have found more solid. It happened one gusty Sunday night In midwinter, a month after Hackett's re turn, that he weut to chapel alone, and returning homeward, overheard a phrase which, in its own due time, brought him the supreme temptatfea of his life. The Bard was dutifully elbowing Hep sibah homeward, and the two were but ting against the wind, head downward and shoulders squared, when Blane...

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. — 30 April 1904

7AttIN THE FAR EAST PROGRESS Or THE GREAT STRUG GLE UP TO DATE. Conflict Not Four Month Old and KaMla 11a Received Blow Which Mm Staggered th Big Kmplre I .and Battle Etpected Bonn. The war Id the far East la not yet four tnontb old and Russia haa been dealt i'ow which hara given rise to a spirit . of black pessimism throughout the big empire. Primarily the Caar'a force et jhihlted an unprepsredness for strife, con sidering the aggravated nature of the ne gotiation between th two powers, jwhicb haa drawn on the Russian authori tie the ridicule of the world' military Mperts and summary punishment from the duped, gentle-mannered autocrat Nor la thla jet th worst Taken by aurprlse, the. squadron at Tort Arthur waa given a terrific drubbing, which left two of the Beet of formidable battleships disabled nd the morale of the fort'a defenders considerably diminished. Since that first i decisive blow the Japanese whom the i Russians had derisively termed '"barbar ! Una." have demonstrated a...

Publication Title: Dakota County Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dakota County herald. — 27 August 1904

r v OwMd, Edited and Published by John! Spencer DAKOTA CITY, NEBRASKA. Tk Flat M 0c;aca DAKOTA COUNTY Job Priniiii OfeContliiuation of tho Homer Ilorald. NEATLY AND PROMPTLY C;::3 VOLUME XV DAKOTA CITY, NEB., SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1904 NUMBER'' 5- WORLD'S DAILY NEWS CAREFULLY COLLECTED AND CONCISELY 5TATED. DYNAMITE AT RACES PANIC . IN BETTING RING HAWTHORNE COURSE. AT Three PerioM Injured It la Sap . Mltd Cmna XVmrm Thrown lntn . Enclosure to Cronus Paalo and Make Easy Robber. , By the explosion of some - dynamite . cap, and in the panic that followed it, . three persons wer injured Thursday af- ternoon at tho Hawthorne race track, -. Chier.go. . : It I ttnniWMMl thil th . mm wan thrown on the floor of .the betting ring with the idea of creating a panic, during . .which the cash boxes of the bookmaker , might be robbed. An attempt waa made .. to rob one bookmaker, but it failed. ifl8 iniunfl arc. rattle wimama. urr I . . nrtin ' . . foot lacerated; Mitchell Bruno, right foot lacerat...

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. — 27 August 1904

WHERE NATURE SPORTS. Mi top OPINIONS OF GREAT PAPERS ON IMPORTANT SUBJECTS Waste of forests Mean Ruin. IID Deon.e of the United States can derive an & a 4 object lesson from Brsr.ll a to the climatic B effects produced by the dost ruction of forests. the fact that trees make the weather. In northern Brazil largo states hare been brought to the verge of ruin through the devas tation of the timber lands. United State Consul General 6ceger at Rio do Janeiro calls attention to the chronic routbs and torrefactlon In the states f Rio Grand do 'Norte and Ccara, where the parched country has brought uch suffering that relief measures have been put In opera tion by the government. The consul geenral points out bat the situation there can be definitely traced to the wanton destruction of the timber, once abundant In those teglons. Now the states are being depopulated, and des olation reigns where once nature offered every Inducement to the settler. The United State In recent years has tak...

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. — 27 August 1904

""""" Vrr : - ... , The Riser's P By HONRS o CHAPTER VIII. frnntimimt.l Eugenic said nothing, ami raised lier ,. ves to heavn. Her generous instincts, so long repressed and dormant, had been Suddenly awakened, and every kindly thought had heeu harshly checked us it had arisen. Outwardly this erenlnit 4nsed Just as thousands of others had passed in their monotonous live, but for tho two women it was tho most painful that they had erer spent. Eugenie sow d without raisin her head; she took conotiee of the work box which Charles Bad looked at so scornfulyl yesterday -evening. Mme. Grandet knitted away at fcer cuffs. Urandet aat twirling his thumbs, absorbed In. schemes which should one day bring about results that would startle Saumar. Nanon was spin ning; the whirr of her wheel was the only sound In the great room beneath the gray-painted rafters. . "Our tongues don't go very fast," she ald, showing her large teeth, whit as .tlanched diamonds. "There Is no call for them to go," an swe...

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. — 27 August 1904

r'"r ' '' ! BIG DAY FOR OLD SETTLERS. By Courtesy of Sioux C.lt Journal In th aharta of the tall cottonwoods of Clinton par, one-bait mils wrst of town. joui ana ota a Re today romped to gether at the twentr-thlrd annual re union of the Ploneeri' and Old Settlers Association of Dakota county. The day of the old settlers' picnic l the great day of the year for thousands or people of all sires la Dakota county. It la looked forward to for month. Plana re made weeks ahead. Events of all klnda are made to turn upon It. Then, after It la all over. It la a topic for con versation about the supper tablea and around the ennlng lampa tor weeks and weeka, Attended by the moat perfect weather and the presence of a crowd of 6,000 to a.ooo people, the picnic wm a great suc cess. "111 Dol'.Ka" loon. The feature of the day wm carried out t the noon hour, when huge banket, which had lain hidden In the wagon boxes, were unloaded and made to surrender their generous contents. The people gathered arou...

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. — 27 August 1904

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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. — 27 August 1904

JAPANESE CARRYING THE KIN A SPLENDID FEAT OK ARMS. One of the most splendid feats of arms In the iinwnt war In tin- East was the battle of Kin-Chun, In which :he Japanese charged nnd captured the lit'lRhts hold by the Russians, thereby establishing their place among the foremost mlltary people of the world. The height were strongly fortllied and were deemed practically impregna ble. Nevertheless tlie Japanese, after silencing artillery fire, carried them by the bayonet, driving the Russians from the trenches and sending them In quick retreat toward Port Arthur. Our illustration Is from the Illustrated I-ondon News. SAILING. i Wind and ware and gold-washed weath er. Wind fling loose and wave set free; Jsiie and I alone together Sailing on a sapphire sea. Clang and clamor of the crowded Oily street in heard no more; Only billows, foam enshrouded Freighting music to the shore! Hall full blown and sl(Mp prow flinging Floods of song on cither side; IVhite gnlls in the wide blue winging G...

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. — 27 August 1904

I- I It Wm Rfcorrt Breaker. Three fellow travelers In the amok lug room of i fast train were dlseuM Ing the speed of trains. . "I was In a triin oneo," said the first Hian, "that boat everything I ever rode In for speed. Why, it went o fust that the telegraph pules nt the side of the track looked like nn Immense flue toothed comb." "That's nothing," said the second traveler; "I remember riding In an ex press on the and . that went at such a gait that the telegraph poles ooked like a s;illd board fence.' ' The third nnu made an exclamation of Impatience. "Ah, you fellows don't know wh.it high speed on n ratlrond Is. Why, I traveled west from Chicago last month In a train that went at such a pace that when w6 parsed some alternate fields of corn nntl li -'ins they looked like suc cotash:" Ha-vr'a Weekly. Content. "Dont you wish you had devoted more time to the study of the classics In your youth V "No," answered Mr. Cumrox; "I get more satisfaction out of paying uiy share for an tip-t...

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. — 27 August 1904

A 4j DEATH IN A TORNADO. LIFE AND PROPERTY DESTROYED IN 8T. LOUIS. fjaddcn Storm Wreck Many HaUdlng in Kx posit ion City, Then Croaae Klrtr Into IlllnoU-Woman KHUd in Iter Hem in Venice. A storm which assumed the propor tions of a small tornado swpt over a block and a half of the residence dis trict of North St Louis Friday, caus ing the death of one person, the slight Injury of probably fifty, and damaged property to the extent of f 100,000. The Storm then Jumped across the Missis sippi River Into Illinois, near Venice, Where one person was killed and ten Injured and considerable property dam age done. Trees were blown down and a number of houses unroofed Mis. M. a Deal, of Venice, 111., was killed by the falling debris of her . borne, whlck was blown to pieces. John El lington, at 8t Louts, was killed In Uis destruction of part of the Madlsou Cooper Works. Breaks Without Warnln. The storm which broke over 8'. Louis without warning was precesjfed by a shower earlier In the day, but...

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