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ine attractive young lady -who had
written "urgent" on her card was
shown Into the consulting room of Sir
Chopiiharn Fyne, head of the famous
surgical hospital in Spllntshlre, En
Ana what Is the matter with you?"
said the great man.
I wish," she answered, "to become
a nurse in this Institution."
The surgeon tapped a thoughtful
tootn with his lancet. "First one ques
non: nave you had any previous ex
ene aazzlea him with ft reassuring
experience?" she cried. "I should
just think so. Two of my brothers
play foot-ball, another has tried to
cross the channel In an aeroplane ol
his own make, mother Is a suffragette
and rather keeps a motor car."
R R Time Table
C B ft Q
91 Local Freight 7:15 am
j No. 92 Local Freight 2:25pm
id ijocai i'Bssenger..6:07 pm
lo "... 11 :50 pm
" aany. daily except Sunday.
c, st. p., m. a o.
Trains leave Dakota City at the fol
lowing time :
south bocsd. booth bouhd
5:55 pm Omaha. ......7:58 am
10:03 am Omaha 5.13 pm
8 :38 pm Norfolk ...... .8 :23 am
9:28 am Norfolk 5:18pm
7:38 am Newcastle 10:18 am
1:15pm .......5:55 pm
12 :13pm Omaha 2:30 am
3:38 Norfolk 8:23 am
9:28 Norfolk 5:13
Lock ted on oar own premises and nt&
Natural Mineral Water
Unmrpmed In tha treatment of
Heart. Stomach, Kidney and Liver
Moderate ChatfU. Addrei
DR. 0. W. EVERETT, Mgr., Lincoln, Neb.
. Jt e oilAVy CI
Anrnno r. ..fling a .ketch and deicriptlnn mar
quickly ascertain our opinion free whetner an
Invention is pior.nhly rmtentHlilo. Communion.
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La toilette's Magazine, weekly .
Friday, July 22, 19x0
We have sewing machine needles
and schnttles to tit any sewing ma
chine. You will also find a good line
of hardware, graniteware and tinware
at right prices, at Scbriever Bros.
Bargains at Van's every day,
S P Barnes of Ilotuer was transact
ing business here Wednesday,
Fhilo McAfee of Pigeon Greek pre
ciuct, was transacting business bere
Mrs Lewis nermann of Winnebago,
was a Friday night visitor at the Ash
ley Londrosh home.
if yon haven t got time to do your
own shopping call np ro. 1, and he
will deliver the goods promptly.
Fred Duensing and wife went to
Walthill Wednesday to see that new
grandchild at the James Fisher home
The Detroit gasoline and coal oil
stoves the best safe, durable and
clean. For sale at Fred Schriever &
Dr D O and S A Stinson, with their
families, and D M Neiswanger at
tended the "Ohio" picnio at Riverside
park, Sioux (Jity, last Friday.
Mrs James Skove arrived here on
Tnesday from Denmark, to join her
husband, who is employed by Wm
Cheney on his farm adjoining town.
Me 11 Schmied and wife returned on
Monday from Mason City, Iowa, where
the former attended a meeting of the
auditing committee of the M B A or
John L Hazlegrove returned last
Friday from Ht Cloud, Minn, where
he was sent by Sheriff Rockwell, who
deputized him to look after some offi
Henry Weigand and wife, Ouy and
Allie Weigand and Agnes Ballentyne
of Laurel, comprise a party of yonng
people who are occupying the E as ton
cottage at Crystal lake.
M O Ayret and son Edgar arrived
home Monday from their trip to the
Pacifio coast. They report the Jef-feries-Johnson
prize tight a tame affair
so far as Jeff was ooncerned.
It is requested that the members of
the Rockwell families in Dakota coun
ty meet at Homer on July 30th to per
fect plans for the "Bockwell Reunion"
to be held at a later date. Jeff.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets gently stimulate the liver aDd
bowels to expel poisonous matter,
cleanse the system, onre constipation
and sick headache, bold by all drug
Mrs Ella French and little son Ar
thur spent a few days this week with
friends here. Mr French recently sold
out near Minot, N D, and moved to
Idaho, where his wife will join him
the last of the month.
Mrs John W Hazlegrove of South
Sioux City and Mrs E H Cornell of
Salem left Thursday for Danton, S D,
in response to a telegram annonnoing
the serious illness of the baby of Mr
and Mrs Fred Cornell.
Dr and Mrs D O Stinson departed
Thursday for Dalton, Ohio, to attend
the annnal reunion of the stinson and
McElhinney families which will be
held there on the 10th of August.
They will be away about a month.
About one hundred members of the
MBA order gathered at Crystal lake
last Saturday with their friends for
the annual picnic of the order. An
elegant spread was served and a pleas
ant time was had bathing and boating.
Hazel, the six year old daughter of
Chas Stewart and wife of Waterbury,
Neb, died on Wednesday of this week
after a lingering illness with spinal
maninnifi. RIia una a lirierlit. litflA
girl, and her death was a sad blow to
tne bereaved im"J
a Al. 1 .... 1, . i. .. :
duced by violent exercise or injury, is
quickly relieved by the free applica
tion of Chamberlains Liniment. This
liniment is equally valuable for muscu
lar rheumatism, and always affords
quick relief. Sold by all druggists.
Word was received here Monday
that Scott Rockwell of Akron, Colo,
had been seriously hurt last Friday
while playing ball, being hit juBt above
the temple by a pitched ball. He was
threatened with concussion of the brain,
but is now recovering from his injury.
When the stomach fails to perform
its functions, the bowels become de
ranged, the liver and kidneys congest
ed causing numerous diseases. The
stomach and liver must be restored to
a healthy condition and Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets can be de
nended upon to do it. Easy to take
and most effeotive. Sold by all Drug
Frank S Perdue, of Lincoln, deputy
state superintendent of schools, ad
dressed a meeting at the Hileman
school house last Saturday evening on
the subject of "consolidation of rural
school districts." A large and enthu
eiustio crowd turned out to hear him
and all were in hearty accord with the
idea, judging by a straw vote which
was taken whioh favored the plan ty
about live to one.
Another rather romantio wedding
was pulled off in this place Thursday
night of last week between 11 :30 and
2 o clock midnight, just in tue nicne
of time to avoid having the ceremony
occur on Friday, as the groom was of
a superstitious turn of mind, ana uav
ing been the direct cause of the death
of seven black cats he didn t want so
important an event as this to takeplaoe
on unlucky Friday. The county judge
being out of town George Wilkins,
clerk of the district court, was aroused
from bia peaceful slumbers about 11
o'clock p m to issue the required per
mit to J A Montgomery and Miss
Hazel Bailey, both residents of Sioux
City, who had made their belated trip
to this place in an automobile. Af
ter the necessary document was se
oared the wedding party drove to the
Al E parsonage aad finally succeeded
In arousing Rev Warren, who was
sleeping "the sleep of the just," and
on the street crossing near the parson
ace, in the glare of the automobile
lamps, the solemn vows were taken
that made two hearts beat as one,
After the usual congratulations, and
applause of the few midnight speota
tors, the matrimonial car with its pre
cious load "beat it" for Bioux City,
Geo Ilaase, of Emerson, was a visit
or at the parental home here Monday
Van Harden departed Tuesday for
Chico, Cal, to visit his daughter, Mrs
E A Osborn. '
liar oiouoweii or livons, was a via
itor at the 8 A Stinson home a few
days this week
i: rank Al liirsch of iouz uity was
operated on Saturday for hernia, and
is getting along nicely.
Mamie McCoraindale cf Wakefield,
former teacher in our schools, was
visiting friends here this week.
W E Craig and Mm Adaline Sanom,
both of Sioux City, were joined in
marriage by Judge Ueffernan on Mon
Mrs Harry Chamberlain of Winne
bago, spent the week here at the home
of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ashley
Mrs Fred Duensing returned last
week from the hospital in Sioux City
where she was taking treatment for
The petition of Fred O fttanard for
a saloon license was turned down at
the meeting of the .village board last
It pays to trade at Vans, and be'
sides he will give you, free of charge,
handsome ohromo in the course of
time. Qo and see him.
Mrs Henry Wood and daughter.
Mrs L W White, went to Vermillion,
S D, Tuesday, to visit at the home of
Mrs Wood s brother, U N Abel.
Abont fifty people, mostly members
of the Sons of Hermann and their fam
ilies, went to Emerson Wednesday to
attend the big pionie of the order.
Mrs Frank H Forest enjoyed a visit
this week from her mother, Mrs M J
Stevenson of filoville, Iova, and her
sister Mrs T M Bolton of Sioux City.
The T & W Envoys were overwhelm
ingly defeated Sunday at Crystal lake
by the Seneys, 19 to 0. Sohaub, for
the Seneys, held the Envoys to one
Barney Oribble leaves tomorrow for
Omaha for a few days visit with his
sons John and Qeorge, after whioh he
will spend a week at his ranch in
Riley Howard and J M Coe, the pro
moters of the new electrio street oar
line, were here Wednesday looking
fter matters connected with the pro
posed new line to this place.
A lawn party was'given Tuesday
evening at the L A Dierking home, in
honor of Misses Martha and Minnie
Werner of Battle Creek, Neb, who are
guests of the Dierking family.
All kinds of coal, feed and hay for
sale at reasonable prices.
I'UTLDS & SLAUOHTEB CO.
ThioE Bliven, Manager,
Dakota City, Neb.
Get married and have your wedding
photos made at the De Luxe, we make
the latest styles and our prices are be
low all. For group or school photos,
see us first. De Luxe Studio, 405, 4th
street, Sioux City, Iowa.
Mrs Qalen Hatheway and baby vis
ited last week at Magnet, Neb, at the
home of Mr Hatheway's parents. Mr
Hatheway went up to spend Sunday
with them, and accompanied them
Kozy Studio has moved to 3rd and
Jackson streets, Sioux City. Making
photos in all sizes and at a very low
price on cabinets. Now is your time
to bring in the babies. Uur prices al
ways the lowest. Work guaranteed.
Bev Druliner of Allen was a business
caller here Monday afternoon, looking
after the job of furnishing band music
for the Old Settlers' picnio. Bev Dru
liner is manager of the Allen band, one
of the best organizations in this part
of the state.
No matter how you make it,
No matter how you bake it,
No matter what it costs you,
You can't beat Tip Top Bread,
Made at Metz' bakery,
For J Van de Zedde.
Isaao Harter and Judge Henry W
Harter. of Canton, Ohio, were business
visitors here Wednesday. They own
the farm opposite Fovea park, be
tween here and South Sioux City, and
stopped off on their western trip to
look over their property.
The world's most successful medi
cine for bowel oomplaints is Uhamber
Iain's Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It has relieved more pain
and suffering, and saved more lives
than any other medicine in ubb. In
valuable for children and adults.
Sold by all druggists.
The pupils of Miss Laura Cushman
cave an afternoon piano recital at tue
home of airs Ueorge Harnett last in
dav. Those who took part were
Gladys Armbright, Madge Heikes,
Margaret and Elda Uridenbaugu, uur-
rie Fisher, Beulah and Helen Barnett
Teething children have more or less
diarrhoea, which can be controlled by
giving Chamberlains Colio Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. All that is
necessary is to give theiresoribed dose
after each operation of the bowels
more than natural and then castor oil
to cleanse the sytem. It is safe and
sure. Sold by all druggists.
Services at the Methodist Episoopal
church every Sunday as follows
Preaching, 11 a m ; Sunday school, 10
am; Class meeting 12 m: fcpwortn
League, 7 p m; Preaohing, 8 pm.
The subject at the Methodist church
at 11 a m Sunday may be "Wings and
Feet. At 8 p m "Men or Pigmies
hioh?" will be under consideration,
The League at 7 p m. That was
Rood servioe Sunday last let's make
the next better.
But a good farm on the Dakota
county bottom. I have it. Eimers
For Sale 200 acres of bay, one mil
south of Cobnrn junction.
J M Davey, Ponoa, Nebr
Oae of the Aeelmllalora.
Strang-er WhatMlo you do with th
vast swarms of immigrants that lan
on your shores every year?
Prominent Oothamlte We don1
have anny throubls, sor, In asslmylat
29TH ANNUAL REUNION
The Pioneers and Old Settlers' asso
ciation of Dakota county, which meets
at Clinton park. Dakota City, on
Thursday, August 25, 1910, promises
to be tbo banner picnio of the associa
tion. The grounds at the park are
already in ship shape, the buildings
fitted np, and it is only a matter of
few days work to have things In read
The Newly Appointed Secretary of the Old
wottierH AHeiK-iftlloti, wnois putiinir forth
his lx'nt e (Torts In the interest of the
comiiiK annum reunion.
mess. Xhe various committees have
taken np their duties and are fast get
ting things in shape for the big event.
A. If. Baker President.
K. H.UribblH Vleo President.
4t)ortre Wllklns Secretary.
W, I,. Hose Assistant Secretary.
B. Oribble Ktnnm'lal Hoc rotary.
Geo. T. Woods Treasurer.
M. M. Warner Historian.
J. P. Koekwell Ohlef Marshal.
Assistant Marshals Joe M. Leedom. tm.
Is Uoodsell, Charles Wad (loll, James Kuos
ton, John L. Haileurove, O. J. Valentine,
Executive John Boler. J. J. Rimers. I..
II. Arinbrlirht. W. 1C. Kynu. Phllo McAfee,
Ben Honderson, Thomas Jones, John O.
Invitation Oeonre Wllklns, W. K. Voss,
u. fc-vims, w. In KOSS.
Speakers John Boler. Wm. P. Warner.
. J. Kliners, H. E. Kvans.
Transportation K. E. Evans, M.O. Ayres,
J, Elmers, w. n. Kyau.
Reirlstrar Mrs. Fannie Crosier. Mnry A.
Eastou, Elizabeth Ilunse, Mrs. Mary Crltz.
Privileges A. H. Baker. Geome T. Woods.
Amusements M.O. Ayres. I)r. O. H. Max-
ell, W. H Mnson. John Hosan. lr. H. J.
Leahy, Walter Miulth, lien Boudurson, John
Membership Mrs. Ida Oribble. Mrs. Mary
Crltz, Anna Bartlett, Kvarlsta Kyan, Miir
Ifiiiet Ciulnn, Kate Duuitan, Brldxle Hayes,
Mrs. nelson heauto, Mrs. K. A. Cuiuubell.
Alice HtlToi'iiiiii, Helen Koekwell.
Budges Mrs. Fannie Crozler. tin. Eva L.
Grounds H. P. Wood, Barney Oribble.
S. A. Stinson, Henry Kruiuwlede, Herman
Klermann.G. F. Hroyhlll, O.H.Kenm.A. H.
Baker, Walter Cheney, W. L. Ross, J. J.
Elmers, Emmett Hileman, J. P. Rockwell,
obn Foltz. H. W. FolU. K. K. Kvans. V. U.
Keceptlon W. A. Morgan and wife, Ben
Bonderson and wife, HaiM Nelsen and wife,
S. P. Mlkesell, Jerome Hollman, J. M.
Plnekney and wife, John (J. Ulneen, Hen
ry Blermanu, Fred Beermann, sr., Mrs.
Tina BrlileiilHttiKh, Mell A. Schmied and
Ife. Oliver Fisher and wife. Jacob F. Lea
rner and wife, Paul Plr.ey and wife, L. H.
rmbrlKlitand wife, Mrs. Alice Sides. Lll-
11 n rr, Jacob Hides, Mrs. Eva L. Orr, Mrs.
ellle Mason. Mrs. Etta M. Spencer, Harry
H. Adair and wife, W, L. Boss and wife.
llzabcth Hiuise, Perle Stinson, I). M.Ncis-
aiiKer, Mrs. Mary H. McHenth, Herman
outs, Georire Wilson, Beatrice BlessliiK,
Ibble HavliiKe, E. It. Church anil wife, W.
H. Hynn and wife, E. L. Wilbur ami wife,
J. ltyan, Bonnie Hurry, Helen O'Neill,
rank javey and wife, Ed T. Kearney and
Ife, J limes Casey, Mutt McKlvel nun, MllK-
Kle TwohiK, Mlchuel Beucom ami wife, J. t).
IHiKKim and wife, John C. Collins, .Martin
oss, Mary Keiilnuer, Phllo McAfee and
Ife, Aaron I.iiuifelter and wife. Nellie Hee-
uey, Mrs. John Connors. Gertrude Mlkc-
Goo. 11 . limine, Herman Stole and
wife, Fred Kluino and wife, Mary Timlin.
P. Beucom. Daniel Hartnett ami wife.
Unvld Clnpp, .las. M. King and wife. Null
Combs, C. J. O'Connor and wife, Thomas
shfotd and wife.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF
Dakota City, Neb, July 16, 1910.
Board of county commissioners met
pursuant to adjournment. Present:
Kelson Feauto, chairman, Ed Morgan,
Tlios Long, and W L Ross, clrk.
The following bonds were approved
by the board:
Geo L Llvermore. constable. South Sioux
City; S A Heikes. roud overseer district
BeportofD O HefTernnn. county Judtio,
hows fees collected for 1st quarter of tne
ear, llll.'.il, and for the 2nd quarter of the
ear, fl7.1A. Approved by the liourd.
Henort of GeorKe Wllklns. clerk of tbo
district court, shows fees collected 71.tK).
Approved by me board.
Report of Wilfred E Voss approved by the
Board ordered county treasurer to trans
fer IIki from road district N11, HI to the re
demption fund of district No. ltl; also to
ransfer inm from roud district No, 14 to re
dumption fund of district No. 14.
Road petitioned for by John Howard
K runted as prayed for.
John P Beucom is ranted 170 dumaaes on
roud district No. v, itiiinnues on roud pet I
tloned for by M T Beucom.
ine loiiowiug claims were allowed
on tne county general runa:
J M Iedom, salary and guard fee... Go no
P Rockwell, salary VI mi
W E Kennelly, costs, Ed Cannon case 7 06
Tflos Look, salary 7R
Ed MorKiin. salary ,i ml
Wilfred E Voss, salary and expense,. 242 7fl
P Rockwell, expense, etc Hi 61
John U Buchcrt, lxurdln paupers.... M in)
Perkins nros Co. supplies 2 tl
Geo Wllklns, salary and expense 1:12 Vi
.Moll A sclimieu, brief, ocbuiider case V uu
Mell A Noli in led. brief in case. Holm-
vlK vs Hakota County 10 on
Mell A Sehinled, supplies IA Ml
Hurry Foltz, lulior v 78
lir H J l.enhey, medical services VMM)
Nuttonul olllce Supply Co. supplies... S4 2n
Hammond Stephens Co, supplies... 1 in
Klnpp& liurtlett Co, supplies 4 h6
Nebrusku Telephone Co, phone rent.. 21125
Nelson i-canto, sulury 75 u
W L Ross, cusli advanced for ticket to
Grand Island for one Guorxe Cain., ft K
O H Maxwell, medical services 117
MrsJ F 1ocdoiu, iMiardlnu prisoners. 23 U)
Wilfred E Voss, salary, poo tuuu uud
expense 2rtrt 28
Gcortro Wllklns, court costs ill 66
JJ U Herfernuu, court costs anil ex
pense IN IS
E 4 B Lbr Co, nidse s uu
Ed Morirun, allowed on the county
road fund, forrt road dram lift Hi
The following claims were allowed
on the road district fund:
Huns Bonnlckson, road work, dlst. 20. Aft (in
K 4 B Lbr Co, dlst. S It 6
Clerk ordered to write the following
Alfred Hemaray, road district No. It. 110 00
14. 2l Oi
Frank 1. ussier.
Geo T Woods,
Andrew II La r sen
Board adjourned to meet August 13,
W. U RQS3. Clerk.
A large, white, gentle driving horse,
Weight iduu us, age 9 rears.
I jfrO nWtif j
J J UcUrlde, Jackson, Neb
Electric Line to This Place an Assur
Assurance of the completion of elab
orate plans for a summer resort at
Crystal lake, Neb. which will rival
any amusement place in the cities
of the middle west was given out yea
terday by Kiley Howard, of Orchard,
Neb, who reoently obtained the con
trolling intetest in the Sioux City,
Crystal Lake and Ilomer railroad.
The building of the amusement park
and resort will constitute an outlay of
1100,000. The promoters assert that
it will be completed by next June. ' A
contract with the Combination Bridge
company, which was closed yesterday.
gives the railroad company the use of
that struoture lor thirty years and as
sures good transportation facilities be
tween Bioux City and the park.
Along with tue plans for the resort.
the railroad company is making prepa
rations for the extensive improvement
of the line betweon bioux City, Crystal
Lake and Dakota City. Cars will run
directly between the three points, and
the present inconvenience of transfer
ring will be eliminated, Mr Howard
said last night that within a few
months a ten-minute servioe between
Pierce street in Sioux Citr and the
lake will be instituted.
The closing of the contraot with the
bridge company is an event whioh
has long been desired by the various
owners oi tne railroad, f ailure to
secure entrance to Sioux City according
to Air Howard, nas been a deterrent in
in the progress of the road and detri
mental to the progress and growth
of the south side of the river as a resi
dence place. Soon after Mr Howard
became interested in the south aide
railroad he opened negotiations with
the bridge company, and a short time
after that a verbal agreement was
reached, although the formal contracts
were closed only yesterday.
The Summer resort will be on that
part of the lake shore which now is
known as Foyes park. The company
controls 200 acres in its holdings on
both sides of the lake
A hotel which will cost abont $20,-
000 will be built. It will not be con
structed on the lines of the ordinary
summer hotel, however, but will be
built so that it will house guests com
fortably in the winter, the promoters
figuring on the attractions of winter
sports on the lake to pay lor tne extra
expense involved in such a building.
Minor details as to tne class or amuse
ment other than the aqnatio attractions
have not been worked ont, but the ap
propriations will b so laid that plenty
of devices for thrills and entertain
ment for visitors who go there for an
evening's outing will be provided,
Acoording to the statements made
by Mr Howard the building of the re
sort will mean that twenty-five or
twenty-six summer cottages which now
dot the shores of the lake in the Foye
park will have to be moved larther
down on the shore.
"In my opinion there is not a more
ideal spot in the Missouri valley for a
resort such as that which we will build
than at Crystal lake," said Mr Howard.
"For twenty years I have been inter
ested in just snoh a project. The
famous lakes of Minnesota cannot
compare with it for such a purpose.
The water is clear. Its environments
are made beautiful by the frame of
trees about the clear setting of the
crystal water. There is nostenoh like
that which arises from so many of the
northern lakes. For batning, boating
and fishing it is ideal. The Dakotas,
Nebraska and western Iowa need just
such a place. It will mean much to
Sioux City, for there now is no such
resort where one may go in the sum
mer within hundreds of miles.
With the closing of the contracts
with the bridge company we have the
assurance of excellent transportation
facilities. Cars will be rnn directly
from the lake to u central point in
Sioux City. V7e will electrify and
utilize tracks which now are on the
ridge. The contract stipulates that
in case the struoture at any time again
is used for steam road traflio that we
may build tracks in the roadway ou
either side of the bridge.
Through a project which was started
four years ago we have a crossing over
the Omaha tracks in South Sioux
City, and a straight line track is built
half way from that point to the South
Sioux City bridge approach' The
other half of that track will be con
structed, and with that we practically
will have a straight line from the
bridge to the present end pf the Crys
tal Lake road at the Omaha traoks.
In connection with the improvement
of the road a bonus has been raised by
Dakota City to assure the electrifica
tion of the road from Crystal lake to
that place. That bonus $2,000.
Workman will start to work on that
proposition next Tuesday, and when
it is completed Dakota Cityans will
have direct transportation to Sioux
Ample preparations for rolling stock
will be made so that there will no
disoomfort for passengers in the hand
ling of the orowds. Of course various
steps in the project will be completed
consecutively, but the road will be
finished and the park ready for the re
ception of the publio by next June at
least. Through the summer months
we will arrange for a twenty-minute
or a uaif nour service ont oi bioux
City. The road is capitalized at $100,
000. Of the stock, $50,000 has been
subscribed. I have the control of that
stock. Very little indebtednes stands
against the road, and with our
resources it will not be necessary, as
we can see now, to issue bonds."
J M Coe, 1524 Isabella street, also
is a stockholder in the company and
interested in the development of the
project, He was particularly enthusi
astio over the outlook and is the promul
gator of extensive plans for the im
provement of the lake as a watering
The lake is more man six miles long
and constituted a happy spot for the
development of onr plans, said Mr
Coe. Boating will be one of the pop
nlar attractions. A roadway will be
built in the lake. That is, two strings
of varicolored lights will mark the
channel and prove a striking feature
not only in the navigation, but in ths
aspect of the park at night.
The hotel will be built on a high
point in the park whioh overlooks a
long stretch of water, where it will be
cool, and in fact nature oonld not have
builded a mote appropriate playground
for the people of this section of the
country." Sioux City Journal, 17th
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"The Bank that ALWAYS treats you RIGHT"
is prepared, with Steamship Tickets, for all the best
lines, Travelers' Checks and Foreign Drafts.
You would scarcely think that we sell tickets to
parties from Sioux City and other towns but it is so.
And we see that they arc Treated IMgllt aboard ship.
EvenrytRtnf; In Ilsh.tk.ti8 IIr
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Bank, of Dakota
Farm Development in Wyoming
The Richest Undeveloped State in the West.
Go with me on one of our personally conducted landseekers ex
cursions to TUB DIG HORN BASIN
the first and third Tuesdays of each month, and see what the
farmers are doing on these new lands where the Burlington is
building new lines ; where new towns offer splendid business
openings in all lines of trade and profession.
Examine these Lands Personally
pick out the best. I am employed by the Burlington railroad
for this very purpose.
Our Homeseekers' Ticket allows
everywhere in homeseekers
the lands and spend a few days fishing in the mountain streams
if ou like. See the irrigated lands where the ditches are built
by the government and also by private companies, and the
Mondell 320-acre FREE homesteads all on one trip.
Specially Prepared Wyoming Literature just off the press.
ffr " "3 Write for it
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f Mowing Machine
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Ice Cream Freezers, Hammocks, and Lap Dusters
at Close Out Prices.
1 Edwards k Bradford Mr Co. 1
4 tHHUMMiMt 444,
This lyi-lrx. Coucord Harness No. 70
no collars $31
Our No. 179, 1-in. Concord, with
fiat backs, a better job $35
Sturjjcs Bros. "sJZt"
PAUL PIZEY, '
Dakota Citvi Nca.
Bonded : Abstracter
I Patronize Home Industry
City Meat Majpkct
Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand
Cash paid for Hides and Pelts
for Seymour's White Laundry. Basket
Tuesdays and comes back Saturdays
with me. I will help you to
you 55 days with stopovers
territory; ample time to examine
Land Seekers Information Bureau,
1004 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebr.
Oilers, 5c to 25c
City, Nb. .
608 Metropolitan Blk.
Sioux City. Iowa
buy your meats of