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20c can of Apricots, 2 for 25c
I 30c can of Pineapple 20e
I 4 No. 1 or 2 Lamp Chimneys
3 Dottles Cstsup, .. . 25c
cans standard Corn.Z&C One Gallon Syrup. . . .35c
I Men's $4.00 Gun Metal and Patent Leather T Q 1 C 1
Shoes, only vtOa I 0
I Dakota City. Nebraska I
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- J)ID you ever sit around outside '
your house on a Sunday after
noon, or of an evening, maybe,
and watch the paint, and see it'.
go, when it ought to be holding
Some paints are so poor that you can almost
see them as they dry out, and crumble, and
powder, and blow away.
Why do they do this? Why does this happen?
Something the matter with the materials too
much lead, maybe, or poor oil, or not
scientifically ground and mixed might have
been good materials but not balanced right
At this store we make it our business to KNOW what
paint will wear because it pays us to handle the kind
that pays you. And that's why we handle MOUND
CITY HORSE SHOE BRAND HOUSE PAINT
made of pure lead and zinc and aged linseed oil, the
necessary drier and coloring matter and nothing
else. Every atom of every gallon of it is good paint.
Paint that is balanced for longest wear, for finest looks
and to spread over the largest surface to the gallon.
So much for the outside of the house, but don't forget there's a
HORSE SHOE BRAND PAINT for every use one for kitchen
floors and steps one for borders around rugs one for screens
one for buggies, another for wagons, and one for practically every
The best place in this town to buy paint is the place where they know
most about paint and can help you and advise you what particular
paint to use for the purpose, how to get the surface ready, how to
put it on, and all that; things you naturally want to know to get the
best results. So if you want the best paint and the best paint service
(and you do, if you come here,) come here.
For Sale by Dakota City Pharmacy
Winter ID ays &
1 Will soon be here. Be prepared with a nice warm
$ Lap ltobe. We have a good assortment in
1 various designs of pleasing colors ranging in price
J as follows: $2.80 - $4.20- $5.30, all of
1 Good Heavy Plush, fast colors, and very durable.
X Come early and get the best selections.
t We will gell all last year's patterns of Plosli
$ and Wool Lap Robes at one-fonrth off tho price
IS. Wl IB KfoV. Co.
A good stock, Rightly Priced, is getting us the Business.
Call and see us. We'll Treat you Right.
Edwards l Bradford L'mk'r Co.
V, 0. Lake, Resident Mpr.
Ahstrants of Title
A 110.000 Surety BoDd
Guarantees the accuracy oi every
Abstract I make
1 gallon Oil 9c
lib 25c Coffee 20c I
for 25c I
3 Cans Salmon 25c I
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411 Patvrl Street
Sioux City. lowiv
Dakota City, Neb
Dakota County Abstract Co.
Bonded Abstracter I
J ! EIMER8 I
Friday, Feb. n, 1910
We bare as good a stock of bard
warn and tinware as there ever was in
Dakota City, and yon will find onr
prices right. Hchrlover Bros.
Frank Haase was borne from' Emer
son over Sunday.
A baby girl arrived at the borne of
Leo Biede and wife February 5th.
Ida dicks, of Jackson, was a guest
at the Julius Quintal home last Satur
day. Ilarry Ada'r and wife, Geo T Woods
and Geo Wilkins were llomer visitors
John F Sides, deputy U S marshal,
went to Bassett, aDl other Nebraska
Will Broybill came up from the
farm below llomer Tuesday to see bis
mother, who is ill.
If you haven't got time- to do your
own shopping call up No. 1, and be
will deliver the goods promptly.
Mrs Qeorge Stone of Coleridge,
spent a few days here this week visit
ing her sister, Mrs George Franger.
Mrs Harriett Ayres left Tuesday
morning for Cody, Nebr, on a short
visit at the home of Mr and Mrs Homer
Frank Mehan and wife, of Fonca,
visited at the home of Mrs Mohan's
parents, J F Rockwell and wife, over
Have you seen those beautiful new
dishes at Tans, that be is giving
away with coffee? It is no drawing
you have your choice,
Grandma Broybill bas been quite ill
for the past weeks. Mrs M M Ream,
her daughter, bas been here from
Sioux City helping care for her.
Theodore Bliven has sold bis farm
five miles southwest of this place to
S Saunders, of Hionx City. The farm
consisted of 60 acres and brought $100
Bert Wood and James Clark went to
Sioux City Tuesday to do some carpen
ter work for C T Westcott on bis farm
near the city. They will be gone
about three weeks.
A farewell party was held at the S
A Bouton borne Monday night, compli
mentary to the young folks, who leave
with their parents in a few weeks for
their Lew borne near Norfolk.
Dr A Osborne, Brooklyn, New
York, will preach at the Dakota City
Emanuel Lutheran church next Sun
day evening, February 13, at T:30
o'clock. A cordial invitation is given
all to attend.
Ex commissioner Johu Sierk came
down from Figeon creek precinct last
Friday to Visit his parents and old
friends several days. He spent one
day at the Farmers Institute which be
enjoyed very much.
George F Nelson, of Hubbard pre
cinct, who was adjudged insane by the
boird of insanity last week, was on
Friday taken to the assylum at Lin
coln to be cared for until there would
be room for him at Norfolk hospital.
A number from here went to Sioux
City Tuesday evening, some to attend
a lecture at Alorningside and others to
the theatre. Among them were Frof
Josiasseo, Misses Rich, McCorkindale,
Mildred and Marjorie bpencer, Hess
and Perle Stinson, Geo Orr, Geo Wil
kins, Johu EvanB, Ilarry Adair and
Some of my customers have been in
and paid a part of their accounts, but
there arestill some who are owiug on
book account that have failed to re
spond to our urgent reqtieht in last
weeks issue. Please call and settle
your accounts and help me out finan
cially as I need the money. Yours
truly, .1 Van de Zedde.
The pupils of Miss Laura Cushman
gave a piano recital at the home of
Sirs George Barnett last Saturday
afternoon. The following program
was rendered: "The Witches Flight,"
Marion Heikes; "Flag Day March,"
duet, Marie Ross and Gladys Orr;
"Snnnysido Waltz," Blanche Bliven;
Hilaiity March," Beulah Barnett;
Dancing in the Moonlight," Gladys
Armbright; "A Waltz," duet, Blanche
Bliven and Annie Evans; "Violet
Song," Lola Heikes; "Dixie Land,"
"The Moderne Musicians", in com
plete fulfillment of their promises,
furnished the large audience in attend
ance upon their concert last Saturday
evening at the M E church, two hours
of the most charming entertainment.
They have a large repertory and were
enchored tt the limit. The lecture
course committee are to be congratu
lated upon the culture and the olass
which has characterized each event on
this season's course. There i but one
number still to appear, Mr Robert L
Kemple, on the evening of March 23rd
at the church. The universal merit of
these past events recommends this
A number of the "real old" folks
met at the home of Mr and Mrs Luth
er Harden last Friday to enjoy a few
hours in social chat. One novel fea
ture of the occasion was the compari
son of ages of those present. Follow
ing are the names of those present and
thtir corresponding ages: Mrs Geo T
Woods. 80; Geo i Woods 79; Mrs
MaryPiZ'-y, 78; Luther Harden, 75;
AH Baker. 74; Mrs A II Baker 72;
Mrs Martha Adair, 72; Mrs Luther
Harden, 72; Mrs F H Ayres 66. The
combined ages of those assembled was
C68 years witch makes an average age
fiir the entire party of more than 74
years. All these old people are in
good health and uncommonly active
tor their age.
A civil service examination for cen
sua enumerators lor uakoia county
was held in the school house at this
place lt Saturday afternoon, for
tl one who had made application for
'be pout ions from the different pre
cincts. There were only seven appli
ants for the six districts into which
the county is divided. Following is a
liat of those who took the examination
and the district for which they ap
puna: mention Joyce, uaaois; ueo
R Rockwell, Omadi; Rev J L Phillips
and Bert Kroeseu, Covington; Peter
Carney, St John's; Will Duggan, Em
erson and Hubbard; Airs Anna lion
nickson, Pigeon and Summit. The
examination was conducted by Post
master John II Ream, and occupied
three hours time.
Bargains at Van's every day,
See F O Stanard for henting, plumb
ing and lighting.
J H Hinken, of Waterbury, was a
business visitor here Monday.
Evan Way was down from Figon
creek precinct Wednesday on business.
I W Fisher visited bis son James at
Walthill last Friday and Saturday
sua tvauiman baa neea succeoued as
section foreman on tho Butlington by
r W Bniitu,
Willie Sundt purchased fine team
of horses of Mr Stading near Ne
Charley Broybill and wife were over
from Sioux City Wednesday to see
Alfred Harris was a caller at the
Herald office Wednesday while enroute
home from Sioux City. .
Found A ladies' hat pin, Owner
can have same by proving property
and paying for this notice.
Why not trade at Vans? ne don't
charge any more than anybody else,
and bandies the boat of goods.
The Foye car began making regular
trips again Tuesday, after a month's
tie-up with a broken crank shaft.
For sale a six room house and three
lots, good location, good outeide im
provements. Enquire at this ofuoe.
Mrs Jennette Dent, arrived here
from Goodwin, 8 D, Wednesday even
ing for a visit at the George Barnett
Albert Shumacner is here from
Mitchell, S D, on a week's visit vith
his wife, who is helping out at the
S A Stinson and Dave Neiswanger
left for St Paul Wednesday evening,
where the former goes to lay in a stock
of spring dry goods.
It pays to trade at Vans, and be
sides he will give you, free of charge,
a handsome obromo in the course of
time. Go and see him.
Mrs Ernest Triggs of Dakota City,
and Mrs John Miles. of Hiotix City,
weie guests at the B J Cobleigh home
near llubbare from Thursduy until
All kinds of ooal, feed and hay for
sale at reasonable prices.
FirLDs & Slaughter Co.
ThioE Bliven, Manager.
Dakota City, Neb.
The present corps of teachers in the
Dakota City schools have been reelect
ed to their present positions at an in
crease of salary of $5 for the grade
teacl ers and $7.60 for the principal.
The new "Kadex" lens for constant
wear is superior for comfort and clear
ness of vision. I: screens out the vio
let or chemica'i rays of light, thus pre
venting irritation and intlamation.
Satisfaction guaranteed. W O Eok-
bart, Licensed Optometrist.
Rev E A Osborn and wife arrived
here Tuesday from Brooklyn, N Y,
for a week's visit at the home of Mrs
Osboru's mother, Mrs E A Harden.
Rev Osboru is pastor of an Episcopal
congregation in Brooklyn, and is now
enroute to Sacramento, Cal, for a few
Guorge Lillie departed Tuesday
night for his home at Maxbass, N D,
after a week's visit at the D C Stinson
home. Mrs Lillie and the two chil
dren, Leroy and Josephine, who have
been here for the past three weeks vis
iting Mrs Lillie's parents, will return
home as soon as the little girl recovers
from the measles.
Hotel Business For Sale
On account of ill health I
have decided to offer for sale
my hotel business in Dakota
City, including all the hotel fur
nishings, also all supplies on
hand. Anyone desiring a first
class hotel location can get a
bargain by writing or calling on
Thos. Debien, Dakota City, Neb.
The Wednesday Literary club will meet
with MIhs Burkert Feb. lrtth. at which time
the following program will be given:
Roll Cull, Quotation from Kclirar Allen Poe
American Literature Kluily PugeiitM to
1H Mm Hides
Rending Selection from l'oti..Mrs MrHiiith
Toplo for Ounerul Discussion Knniuus
Songs and their Urlgiu Miss Hurkett
E. Z. Kngclun, Secretary.
Services at the Methodist Episcopal
church every Sunday as follows:
Preaching, 11a m ; Sunday sobool, 10
am! Class meeting 12 m; Epwortb
League, 6:80 p m; Preaching, 7 pm.
At the Methodist church next Sun
day the theme will be "What God can
do With a Man." At 7:30 some les
sons will be drawn from the life of
George Washington. To the members
of the churoh, I ask you oome, praying
that Uod may meet with us in saving
power a'll through the day and also the
days that are to oome. Come and we
will try and help you.
For the February, 1910, term of dis
trict court which convenes in this place
on the 14th .
W. ). Ontmuyer
T. J. O'Uonnor
J. ). Iiuggan
fl. W. liateH
('. K. HenVrnuii
M. 11. Holer
A large list of Cheyenne, Morrill,
Box Butte, Kimball, Scotts Bluff and
Banner county Nebr, lands.
Ranches, reMpquishments railroad
contracts, sciiooi sections all sizes
and prices from $0.00 per acre and up
or deeded lands.
Having a personal knowledge of
these lauds I will go and show them to
those who wish to invest.
S A Combs, Homer, Nebr.
R R Time Table
C B A Q
No. 91 Local Freight' 7:15 am
17 " Passenger, Omaha
and Linooln 12:47 pm
No. 92 Local Freight 2 :25 pm
16 Local Passenger"..6:07 pra
' daily, daily exoept Sunday,
The Dakota County Farmers Insti
tute held here last Friday aud Satm
day drew a good sized attendance from
among the f aimers over the 0 un T.
and was pronounced a success by those
preeeut, Maoa interest was shows in
the various exhibits, wbioh by the way,
are improving with each successive
meeting, which indicates that some
benefit is being derived from theanuu
al gatherings. The program, as ar
ranged by the officers of the assooia
tion ana the state department, was
carried out with additional disoussion
on the various subjocts treated.
Nearly a hundred members paid
their annual membership dues during
the session, which with the other
sources of revenue, helps out consider
ably in the financial end of the meeting.
Following are the premiums award
ed by the association :
Corn. White John Krnmnnr. ltd: (lenriri
Orr.Und; V. 11. lirynnt. Mrd.
Corn, Yellow-K H Klewlilg. 1st; Arthur
ForlH'H, Slid ; Claudo Helke.4, Hi d.
11 rend Mr 8 A Htlnsnn, lt: Mrs Fmmet
Hlleiiuin, Hud; Mm Martha Llwhke.Hrd.
Mutter Mrs llermmi K.ln.l. UtlMn Iter.
mini Merman, Snd: l.llllnn Ream.Srd.
otHtoeH. Klirnl 1 W Mlllnr- ! l!n.
dulph Llsehko, 2nd; L A llei king, 8rd.
1'Ot fit OC. Knrlv Itliln ll.i.lnlnl. T I. ..l.i...
1st; John B Kvmm.Jnd; Fred Schmidt, Hrd!
lints Claude Heikes. tat- it. r ni.i,,r
2nd; Wllllum I,nlirs. ilrd.
Wheat. Nnrln l w Mm... i.t. vini...
Lfthru, Snd ; Jake ll.umr. Hrd.
Wheat. Winter Wllllum t .hr. t.t, liin-
Hartnett. Snd. '
The officers elected for the ensuing
year, are: President, Chas II Bryant;
vtoe president, MR Boler; secretary
and treasurer, George C Orr.
At the close of the afternoon session
of the Farmers Institute on Friday.
Mrs Thos Shaw, of Huspela. Ontario.
organized a Dakota County Ladies' In
stitute, i ne oujeot of the organization
is to meet from time to time to disonss
subjects of interest to women, promote
sociability and create a friendly fuel
ing between the town aud country la
dies. The following oflloers were
elected : President, Mrs A J Kramper;
Vice President, Mrs Geo Bates; Heo-
retaryand treasurer, Mrs S A Stinson.
GONE TO HER ETERNAL HOME.
Mrs F M Bookhart passed away Sat
urday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the
home-of her mother, Mrs Mary Lattin,
in this plaoe, after an illness of ten
months with tuberonloeis. The de
ceaeed woman's maiden name was
Georgia M Sayre, and was the eldest
daughter of G W Sayre, and was born
in Dakota City, September 25th, 1879,
and has resided here nearly all her
life. She was united in marriage to
Frank M Bookhart at Elk Point, H D,
about twelve years ago, and leaves
a husband and one son, ' Virgil, ten
years of age. Besides her father and
mother, three sisters, Mrs Benjamin
Hall of this city. Mrs Clyde Wilson of
Moville, Io, and Mrs Alice Rector, of
Sioux City, Io, are left to mourn her
departure and were with her when the
end came. She was baptized in the
M E church during Dr. jenning's pas
The funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock from the M
lu .church, conducted bv Rev W R
Warren. Interment being in the Dako
ta City cemetery. r
Card of Thanks
To those kind friends and neighbors
who so ably assisted us by their help
ana many kind acts, during the Jong
illness and the death of our daughter.
sister and mother, we sincerely thank
you and will ever remember you until
we are called,to that home far away.
U W Havre,
Mrs Mary N Lattin,
Mrs Mary J Hall,
Mrs Stella Wilson,
Mrs Alice Hector,
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF
Dakota City, Neb, Jan 29, 1910.
Board of coanty commissioners met
pursuant to adjournment. Present:
Nelson Feauto, chairman, Ed Morgan,
Thos Long, and W L Ross, olerk.
Clerk ordered to write a warrant of
$2 50 to J. U. Burcum, on Road Dist.
No. 1, for poll tax refunded.
The following bonds were approved
by the board:
Henry Bierman, road overseer Dist.
No, 11 ; Louis Pederson, road overseer
Dist. No. 4; Joe M. Leedom, surveyor.'
Depository bond of Security State
Bauz of llomer, approved.
tl. I). Wood is appointed assessor
fir Dakota preoinot.
Report of J. H. Rockwell approved
by the Board; report shows fees col
lected lor the year 1909 to the amount
The following claims were allowed
on the county general fund:
lohn H Ream, hoard of health ft s
Nctli l KarntiH. Hume 4 7R
Jaliien Klynn, Hainu j fli
U II Nmllcy, name l fin
l U KvuiiN. postage etc SH in
W J Manning, oik hire and exchange 10 00
Dow Clothing Co., mdse so in
K A Wood, rent Hay ers io on
Hammond it (Stevens Co, supplies.... a no
The following claims were allowed
on the road district fund:
Sam Thorn, rd wk, dist No 9, 49 00
Rudolph Smith, same 5 75
IJenry Bierman, rd wk dist No 11 30 00
George Wilson, same 1 50
John MoKinney, same 1 50
Sam Purdy, rd wk dint No 6.. 3 00
Wm Learner, same 21 00
Wm Broybill, same 2 10
Louis Wilkins, same, dist No 6 7 00
Oao W Teller, same, dist No 4 9 00
L.S. Beatty, allowed! on claim of
$3439.00 on bridge fund, $2,300 00
Board adjourned to meet February
W. L. ItOSS, Clerk.
Send your subscription at once to
the Dakota County Herald, and there
by get a year's subscription to the
Farmers' Tribune, iuc'o iog I heir issue
of February 3d, containing a copy
righted article written by John Suud
berg of Whiting, la., telling bow he
raised 153 bu. 551b, of corn from one
acre. This article will not appear in
any other farm journal, because it has
been copyrighted by Farmers' Tribune
Therefore, if you wish to get this in
valuable information, send your sub
scription immediately to Dakota
County Herald, Dakota, Nebr., and
your subsciption will begin with this
number. This special offer will last
only a short time.
Pftr Qoln A. half interest in a fine
I Ul OdlO imported stallion. Will
sell for cash or trade. Inquire at this
oflice for particulars. rn flVrnj
J. T. Allcnsworth. a lawver of Un-
"While attending the United States
circuit court for the district of Kan
sas at Leavenworth for three or four
days this week I learned considerable
regarding the enforcement or rather
non-enforcement of the prohibitory
liquor law of that state. Leavenworth
Is now In tho second year of her ex
perlence under the commission form
of government, and the city appears
to be prosperous, and In the matter
of public Improvements Is In appan
ently a bettor condition than at any
time during the last twenty-flve years,
for which period I have been ac
quainted With Its hlstorv. In tha
i matter of the enforcement of the
taw against tne sale or intoxicating
liquors, tho condition Is deplorable
and seems tb more so possibly be
cause of the Impression that the peo
pie elsewhere generally have that the
law Is being strictly enforced In that
"Within two blocks of the business
center of the city I saw four 'Joints,'
'as such places are called in that stats
where Intoxicating liquors were being
sold without any attemnt whatever at
concealment except that the room In
which such sales were being mads
was In the rear of another room which
fronted on the street and which ar
parently was A cigar store.
Tuesday or the present week was
the soldiers' pay day and the city In
the evening and night of that dnv. In
the vicinity of the 'joints' referred to,
was the scene of more drinking and
drunkenness than Leavenworth could
have rlvallod In her palmiest of ante
bellum days. Between the hours of
5 o'clock on Tuesday evening and S
o'clock on Wednesday morning ths
joints' In question were filled with
men or all grades and descriptions
and a constant stream of them was
flowing in and out of these places In
a fashion that resembled a bargain
sale. On Tuesday night before th
hour of 10 o'clock I saw not less than
twenty drunken men upon the street
some of them so drunk thati they
could not avoid collldlhg with peopl
whom they met
! "During the forepart of the night
tho police of the city attempted to
arrest a drunken soldier because of
'some altercation between him and o'
private citizen. About one hundred
soldiers from tha remilar arniv afc
tempted to prevent It and did prevent
tne arrest until a special call was
sent to tho headquarters of the army
at Fort Leavenowrth and a detach
ment of armed soldiers came to th
city and put down the riot.
"I was informed by one who knew
.whereof he spake that no less than
two hundred 'Joints' were being op
erated In the city of Leavenworth,
and there Is absolutely no attempt
whatever to prevent the Illegal sale
of Intoxicating liquors. To say thai
ithe 'lid Is on tight' In Leavenworth
Is an untruth.
"I am a prohibition republican and
believe that Kansas has ideal law
upon the subject of intoxicating
liquors, but I do not approve of mis
representing the facts relative to Its
enforcement simply to relieve publlo
officers who fall to do their duty from
the censure which they deserve."
Tha North Dakota Farce.
Hon. D. R. Streeter, editor of the.
Emmons County, North Dakota, Rec
ord, published at Linton, writes:
"The manifold evils of the prohibi
tion law In this state are on the In
crease rather than the decrease. Blind
plga exist in most parts of the stats
and no sooner Is one of these
squelched than another reckless per
son steps In to take Its place. Th
drug stores are doing a flourishing
business and there are probably a
third more in the state than thers
Is a legitimate demand for."
North Dakota Blind Pigs.
The Grand Forks correspondent of
the Fargo Forum informs us, says
the Bismarck Palladium, that there
are at the present time 1,791 blind
pigs . In North Dakota assuming
doubtless that the possession of s
government tax receipt for the retail
sale of Intoxicating liquor is prima
facie evidence that such liquor is be
Ing sold. Is correct. Manufacturer!
carry on a cash business with their
North Dakota customers and there la
no complaint heard from these out
side houses that there Is any falling
off In their trade. On the contrary,
North Dakota accounts are the very
best that many a Minnesota and Illin
ois wholesale house has on his books,
And so the farce goes merrily on and
Is made the medium for personal and
political exploitation by cowardly
politicians, who are often themselves
hopeless victims of the drink habit,
and who care nothing about the moral
aspect of the question, so that they
can continue themselves in the lime
light of personal notoriety.
Liquor Cannot Be 8elzed.
Guthrie, Okla., Nov, 5. Judge Cot
teral In the United States district
court here reaffirmed his decision that
state officials cannot Interfere with
Interstate commerce shipments, thus
restraining the state officers from
seizing shipments of liquor before
they have been delivered to the con
signees. Favors License Policy.
As between prohibition and high li
cense, we favor license, the only
proper manner of governing thtf
Zie Hersvld cvnd.
New Idea Magazine 30
Hionx City Dailj and Sunday
Jour al ', 6 00
without tiundar... 4 20
to rural route patrons 3 50
Kansas City Weekly Star.... 1 In
Iowa Homestead 1 40
Lafollette'g Magazine, weekly. 1 60
! Poultry CUrette (Lincoln).... 1 10
Ask your doctor the medical
name for a cold on the chest.
He will say, "Bronchitis."
Ask him if it is ever serious.
Lastly, ask him if he pre
scribes Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral for this disease. Keep
in close touch with your
rV pmbllah our formal
W hsnlsh alcohol
from our mftdlolnss
W urge you to
Then you tell your doctor about the bad
taste in your mouth, loss of appetite for
breakfast, and frequent headaches, and
when he sees your coated tongue, he will
!sv. " You are bilious." Ayer's Pills
work well in such cases.
BUCKBEB'S SEEDS SUCCEED I
p M4 t wn Now BnlifM, A trfl4 will 1
Olftk VOU OUr MrmAnent mutAma
Prize Collection -tahl.".,,ii.
11 th flixst I Ysral. ff Bn!ftfHt.1 1 nu. a Lm nrt
Uoil liin.i-s..riar b.ib i In sil.
MUARAMTEKD TO PUEAKK.
ff??r.'r-;- f1e?t,on th,a PPr.
SEND 10 CENTS
toflnvOT port wisf pfteitiiit tM rtesln tat m1vaM
CMwrwiii oa nvrM BMINII, toaysMMr Hh (Df big
lntstrwrflrflt litiriil M4 mnd Plant liok
i t.il. il . il. &J ..... .... .. . m
Price $2.00 Per Bushel
Reed's Improved Yellow Dent,
selected and graded from crop
of 1908. This corn has been
tested at the Department of
Agriculture at Lincoln and
GEORGE R. HAYES,
Orders mar be left at this ofllise.
Railway Mail Clerks Wanted
The Government Pays Railway Mail
Clerks $8oo to $i,oo, and other em
ployes up to $1,500 Annually.
Undo Snin will hold spring examinations
throughout the country for ItHllwuy Mall
Clerks. Custom House Clerks, Stenograph
ers, Bookkeepers, Departmental Oletks n(
other government positions. Thousands of
appointments will be mode. Any man or
woman over 18, In city cr country can get
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