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SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
State Fair Items.
The entries for races oi the State
Fair, Sept 5th to 9th, will close next
Monday, Angust 15th, and are as fol
lows: Trottiug 2:25,2:20, 2:15 and
2:10. and pacing 2:20, 2:17, 2:12,
2:09 and 2:01, Each being for a
pursejof $000 with a five per cent entry.
At the same time closes the Nebraska
derby of 1 1-16 miles which will be
ran on Tuesday of the fair, and the
ten mile relay race, two miles each
day changing mounts at the end of
each half mile. These together with
the six early closing races, fonr of
which are for $1,000 each and nine
running races, constitute the best list
of raees ever offered on a Nebraska
course, and taken with Wright Bros
Aeroplanes to make flights each day of
the fair, together with othorusnal
features, should furnish a very attract
ive program for Fair visitors
No matter how vou make it,
No matter how you bake it,
No matter what it costs you,
Yon can't beat Tip Top Bread,
Made at Metz' bakery,
For J Van de Zedde.
il l"- 1 TT H H ffl.I"
Located on our own premises and uaed
Natural Mineral Water
Unsurpassed in th treatment of
Heart, Stomach, Kidney and Liver
ModcMts Charges. AUrH
Dn. 0. W. EVERETT, Mgr.. Lincoln, Bob.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
sa mfrtery will surely destroy tlifl senn of smell
and complexly iterance the whole nyHtem when
entering it through tho mucous Burtaees. Such
artlrles shoikt never be unod except on prescrip
tions trom rfputnble physicians, as the danuute they
will do In ten (old to the good you can possibly de
rlre trom them. Hall's Catarrh i:ure, manufactured
by F. J. Cbniiy & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer
cury, and Is taken Internally, actum directly upon
the blood anil mucous surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall s Catarrh Cure be sure you set tha
jenulne. II Is taken Internally and made In Toledo,
Ohm. by F. J. Cheney Co. Testimonials tree.
Bold by DniEHlsts. Price, 75c. ier bottle.
'lake Hail s Family Pills for constipation.
Friday, August 26, 1910
We have sewing machine needles
and schuttles to fit any sewing ma
chine. You will also find a good line
of hardware, graniteware and tinware
at right prices, at Bchriever BroB.
Bargains at Van's every day,
Edgar Ayres went to Omaha last
Saturday via Madison, Nebr.
Mary Braunt of Homer, is assisting
at the local telephone exchange in this
An eleven pound boy was born to Mr
and Mrs Frank Combs, of South Sioux
Perle Btinson, in the employ of the
Pellctier Co in Sioux City, spent her
week's vacation at her home here.
Wm Antrim and wife of Randolph,
Tr. r.renta of Mrs Paul Pizey, and
David Kirkpatrick and wife, an uncle
aut. of Malvern. Iowa, returned
to their homes Tuesday after a days
visit at the Pizey home.
Col Theodore Eoosevelt, ex-presi-dent
of the United States, will make a
short viBit to Sioux City on Saturday,
September 3rd, and will deliver a
speech in the auditorium at 11:00.
Regardless of political bias or party
aflilliation the people jof this section of
the countrv will be interested in the
announcement and all who can should Parties
make it a point to hear him.
Mrs L W Whire and children, who
have been staying at their summer
cottage at Crystal Lake for the past
few mouths, left Tuesday for their
home at Woodbine, Iowa. Mr White
will remain at the lake for a few
months jet, where he is operating
his pasbenger launch.
Sheriff J P ltockw ill last Friday
arrested Wm Slayer, who was driving
through town, with a horse and buggy.
The arreBt was made on the strength
of a teleiilione message received from
Sheriff Wm Aureus of Lemars, Iowa,
who wanted the fellow on a charge of
horse stealing. The victim had stolen
a horso the night previous from W W
Chapman a farmer living near West-
field, Iowa, and had mane a mgui
drive, landing here in the forenoon
just in time to get taken in. He ac
companied Sheriff. AUrens uacK 10 ue
mars, where he intimated that he
would pl.ad guilty to the charge of
Mrs Esten Olsen returned home
Monday from a week's visit at Vista.
Mrs J E DeWalt, of Sioux City, has
been. seriously ill. with little hopes of
her ultimate recovery.
Harry Biermann arrived from Des
Moines, Iowa, Wednesday to attend
the picnic and visit relatives.
If you haven't got time to do your
own shopping call up No. 1, and he
will deliver the goods promptly.
Fred Blume of Emerson precinct, is
very sick with (inflammatory rheuma
tism. A trained nurse is in attendance.
The Detroit gasoline and coal oil
stoves the best safe, durable and
clean. For sale at Fred Sohriever &
Miss Emma Frederick came down
from Dallas, 8 D, Tuesday, and will
spend a week with relatives and friends
Clyde Crego returned'.last week from
a namruer's sojourn in North Dakota.
He says things were pretty dry there
this summer and crops are badly burn
Theodore Bliven arrived home last
Friday from his western trip, but re
turned to Newport, Neb, where he pur
chased a big shipment of baled hay,
returuiug home again Sunday.
Ira Z Thorn, son of M O Thorn of
Emerson precinct, and Ethel M Shore,
daughter of J A Shore, also of Emer
son precinct, were UDited in marriage
by ltev Warren m this place Wednes
day. F H Foreet, managsr of the local
telephone exchange, and Vic Welson.
Wm Quintal, Mike Ream, Harold Lon
drosh and Earl Sides went to Vista
Tuesday to unload a couple of cars of
poles for the company.
Taken up an an estray, on Monday,
August 22, 1910, a black Shetland
pony stallion. Owner can hove same
by payiDg damages, cost of keeping
and advertising. John B Evans,
Dakota City, Nebr
"Uncle" Joe Jackson and wife came
down from Meadow Grove, Nebr,
Wednesday to visit relatives and old
friends. Thev are old time residents
of this county, and their many friends
ire always glad to meet them.
If your liver is sluggish and out of
tone, and vou feel dull, bilious, consti
pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be
fore retiring and you will feel all right
in the morning. Sold by all drug
gints. Honeht Bill's dog and pony show ex
hibited to a fair sized crowd here
Tuesday evening, The show was well
wortli the price of admission. The
nearness to the date of the Old Set
tlers' picnic naturally kept the crowd
The corps of teachers in the Dakota
Citv schools for the coming term is
now complete and is as follows: Prof J
A Chieome, principal; Julia i'owers
assistant principal, and Misses Bess
Robertson, Mildred Spencer, Clara
Jepperson and M Edna Baluss, grade
Mr and Mrs T E Biiven, who spent
the past two months in Kock county at
the home of Mrs Bliven's parents, C B
Howard and wife, report that Mrs
tloward has been sick this summer
with inflammatory rheumatism and has
been in a hospital at Atkinson, the
most of the time.
When the digestion is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there is
a natural craving and relish for food .
When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs, im-
nrnve the appetite aiid regulate the
bowel?. Sold by all druggists.
During the week of the Nebraska
State Fair at Lincoln, Sept 4th to 9th,
the Burlington will run a special train
leaving Laketon, (.the siding at Crystal
lake. ) at 4.45 a m, and leuving Dako
ta City at 4:50 a m. Returning the
traiu leaves Jjincoin 01 1 :au p m.
desiring to take this train
should purchase their tickets the even
ing before, as there will be no agent
on duty here at that hour.
Tho tie vote on county comminsinner
for the 3rd dintiict, comprised of Em
erson and Omadi precincts, in which
Nelnou Feauto, of Emerson, and H J
Rockwell, of Homer, each polled 34
votes in the recent primary election,
was settled luHt Saturday at the coun
ty clerk's ofllcn by the two contestants
pulling straws. Feauto was the win
ner iu the drawing and will bo the
nominee for county commissioner.
Pender suffered a disastrous fire
Monday night when the Pallace hotel
and the Nick Fritz implement house
were burned, the latter being entirely
destroyed. The hotel building was an
old landmark of Tender, and was erect-
by W E Pebles, founder of the town.
The building was the property of John
Sieverson of Sioux City, and was in
sured for $18,000. The Becond story
o! the hotel wan occupied by the coun
ty officers as a court house,
Another Old Pioneer Crosses the
One by one the pioneers of Dakota
county are Grousing the dark river of
death, and the ranks of the sturdy
vetetaus who paved the way f r civili
zation and the building up of the gov
ernment and social condition unsur
passed in the west, are gradually thin-
The Herald for News when it is
Good winter seed wheat for sale, B
Buy a good farm on the Dakota
county bottom. I have it. Eimers.
Mrs Helen E Weeks returned last
week from a visit with old friends at
O E Bliven is now domiciled in the
Stinson house in the north part of
George Hirschback and family re
turned home Wednesday from their
Colorado trip. "
Arlow Ilager arrived here from Pu
eblo, Colo, Thursday morning for a
short visit at home.
Bert Harden arrived home Saturday
off the road for a visit at home. He is
still with the Galena Oil Co.
John F Sides, deputy U S Marshal,
made a business trip to the western
part of the state last Saturday.
Ernest Triggs came over from Fort
Dodge, Iowa, Tuesday to visit his fam
ily a few days, and take in the picnic.
Arch Euston arrived home Tuesday
from Malta, Mont, where he has been
employed in a drug store the past
A new settler, a bright eyed baby
girl, arrived at the home of Mr and
Mrs Carl Matz on Old Settlers day,
Joseph Sides, wife and daughter
Truda, came up from Lincoln Wednes
day for a few days' visit with Mr Sides
brother, John 1 .
It pays to trade at Vans, and be
sides he will give you, free of charge,
a handsome ohromo in the course of
time. Go and see him.
The German picnic held at the Wm
Ebil giove west of town last Friday
was a big success, and a large crowd
assembled to erijoy the festivities and
The Foye electric line was complet
ed to this place Wednesday,, and the
first rnn with an electric car was made
over the line about 9 o'clock Thursday
An ontertainment will be given by
the Salem Ladies Aid society of the
English Lutheran church Tnesday
evening, Aug 30th, Miss Elizabeth
Bonis and Mies Georgia Boals Reed
will be the eetertainers.
Kozy Studio has moved to 3rd and
Jackson streets, Sioux City. Making
photos in all sizes an, at a very low
price on cabinets. Now is your time
to bring in the babies. Our prices al
ways the lowest. Work guaranteed.
In buying a cough medicine don't
be afraid to get Cliumberlain's Cough
Remedy. There is no danger from it,
and relief is sure to follow. Especial
ly recommended for coughs, colds and
whoopiug cough. Sold by all drug
gists. Iu the ball game at Crystal lake
Sunday the Envoys threw a scare into
the camp of the Shepardsous, the lead
ers iu the city league by tying the
score in the uinth inning. The game
went two extra innings and the Shep-
ardsons pulled out victors by a score
of 12 to II.
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham
berlaio's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on
your trip this summer. It cannot be
obtained on board the trains or steam
ers. Changes of water and climate
often cause sudden attacks of diar
rhnua, and it is best to be prepared.
Sold by all druggists.
Dysentery is a dangerous disease
but can be cured. Chamberlain's Col
io Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
been sucsessfully used in nine epidem
ics of dysentery. It has never been
known to fail. It is equally valuable
for children and adults, and when re
duced with water and sweetened, it is
pleasaut to take, , Sold by all drug
The gasoline stove at the Mrs Eva L
Orr home got to acting up Wednesday
and the neighbors thought the house
was certainly on tire and gave the
alarm. All who heard it responded to
the call, and the new chemical fire ex
tinguishur was also run to the scene of
the tire, but the blaze was extinguish
ed without using it, and with utile or
no damage to the house.
Following is a list of jurymen select
ed to serve ui me oepiemuer sum
term of the district court: John 11
Gribblo, John Mehan, Max NuIhou,
James Duulup, John JesHen, Leo
Biede, Ernest Goortz, T E llefforuan,
J M Barry, J O Collins, Goorgo H
Saltsgiver, John Sierk, C W Dickover,
George Wilson, Hans Anderson, Al
bert Roost, Glen Armour, F E Bras
field. H F Cain, Charles Young, Mar
vin Armour. Thomas F Crosby, 0 C
Beerman and A D Lischke.
ning nntil a few more years none of the
vanguard will be left.
In the death of Christ Waddell, of
8outh Sioux City on August 17th, 1910,
Dakota county loses an honest, up
right and substantial citizen, and his
family a kind and tender father.
The following obituary is taken from
tho South Sioux City Record.
At his home in this city Wednesday
evening the nngel of death carried the
soul of Christ Waddell into the great
beyond. Mr Wnddell had been in poor
health for several years. He was born
in Knox County, Ohio, July 3, lS.'it) and
was 74 year9 1 month and 14- davs old.
He was married January 13, 1800, to
Miss Mary Davis tit Springfield, Mali
askn County, Iowa, and w.ib preceded
in death by his wife two years ago.
Mr Waddcl had been a t'ittzen of Dnk
ota County since 18G8 and was an
honest and upright man among his
neighbors and a kind and loving husband
and lather. There remains to mourn
his luss a sister, Sarah Watts, of Barnes
City,- Iowa, five children, Albert o
Allen: Oscarof Naehes, Washington; Mrs
Emma Harden, Charles and Ira of this
eitv. There are also 20 grandchildren
and f:ur great grandchildren. The
funeral will be held trom the Methodist
Church Snturday at 10 o'clock, Kev J H
Hard a former pastor and Kev J L
Phillips will conduct the services. Inter
ment will he made at the Taylor cemetery
where the little ball will drop or where
the big wheel will stop will have to go
Among thd improvements at the In
terstate Live Stock Fair grounds in
City ure a new poultry house and a
new sheep barn,
SOUTH SIOUX CITY
Krom the Kecord
W H George and sou Glenn are at
Rochester Minnesota, where Glenn is
undergoing treatment for a growth on
The street department has filled in the
low places this side the combination
bridge and a good cinder road bus been
put in there.
Miss Kittie and Jessie Porter, who
have been visiting Miss Lticile Macom-
her returned Wednesday to their home
in Peterson, Iowa.
Mrs I.N. Mullins and family who
have been visiting at Morsland with her
mother, Mrs H. C, Phillips, returned
H. W. Meeker it building an addition
to his home west of town which will be
used for a kitchen. Other improvement
arc also being tnnde at the Meeker home.
Mr and Mrs W H Bradford, who have
been enjoying a visit to their old home in
New York Hate, returned to South tsioux
City Monday alter a two months stay
in the east.
Rev J L Phillips, accompanied by Mrs
Biuma Harden and son, Mclvin of
Ponca, left Tuesday for llif Colorado,
to look at the relinquishment Mr
Phillips has for sale.
Dr. C. C. llerren was at Hickman
over Sunday retu;ning with his family
Tuesday. Mr and Mrs llerren will be at
home in the Biertnnn cottage cast of the
Miss AnnaEogen, who was taken to
a Sioux City hospital for nu operation
for appendicitis and who was very low
tor some time is now getting better and
will soon be brought home.
Mrs Laura Prcssey is moving this
week from the Parker cottage, to the
Len Lampson house on Omaha street.
Mr Lampson has rcpapered and repair
ed the place and fixed it up in good
Bert Batey, foremnn of a "dago" gang
on the Omaha, whose home is in Sioux
City cot his right foot caught in a frog
and severely wrenched it in rclensing it
Monday evening. Me was taken to his
home and is recovering nicely.
Two carloads of cement for uie in the
construction of the new Omaha st.ttion
at this place arrived this week. Work
will be commenced on me new aepot ns
soon ns enough material is on the
ground it insure the construction crew
against delay while building.
Work was completed this week on the
automatic grain shocker that has been
a process of construction at the C. A.
Davis & Son blacksmith shop. J. O.
Stewart the inventor had his grain
shocker in operation here two weeks
ago and many saw the machine in oper
ation. The new machine does nwny
with a man's work and one man can
both cut and shock the grain when Mr
Stewart's invention is attached to his
binder. Sioux City capital may become
interested in the mnnu'ncture ot tnc
machine. The promoters have their eye
on South Sioux City as an ideal location
lor the plant.
Glorious Harvest Timo
Dakota County, as usual, at the way topjplacc.
A recent trip through Iowa, Illinois and Mich
igan disclosed no such corn. And we want to
loan you Cattle Money this fall to feed it.
Bank, of Dakota. County
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AUGUST RATE BULLETIN .
TO THE EAST: Besides every-day special tourist rates to
eastern cities and reeorts, as well as diverse route tours of
the East, including an ocean coast voyage, there are special
rates, August 4th, to 7th inclusive, for the Knights Templar
Conclave at Chicago, and from September 13th to the 17th
inclusive for the Grand Army Reunion at Atlantic City.
ESTES PARK, COLORADO: Just north of Denver, Colorado's
finest recreation region soon to be a National Park Ask for
full descriptive booklet.
IIOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays to
West and Northwest localities. Get in touch with the under
signed and let us help you plan the most attractive and com
prehentive tour at the least cost.
W. E. Snethcn, Agent, Dakota City,-Nebr.
L. W. Wakklrt, Q P A, Omaha, Neb
1001 Farnam street.
Get married and have your wedding
photos niado at the De Luxe, we make
the latest styles and our prices are be
low all. For group or school photos,
see us first. He Luxe Studio, 405, 4th
street, bioux City, Iowa.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF
Dakota City, Nebr, Aug, 20, 1910.
The Board of County Commissioners
met nursuantto adjournment, Present
Nelson Feauto, Chairman, Ed Mor
prau, Thos Long, and W L Ross,
On motion it was ordered that the
Cbunty Treasurer accept the principal
of all tuxes against lots in the several
villages of the County where such tax
en are delinquent and unpaid in full
payments for such tax up to and in
cluding the year 1905. This order is
not intended to apply to lots hereto
fore sold for taxes and unredeemed
from year 1006 inclusive. All taxes,
principal and interest must be paid in
full on such lota ,
Tho following claims were allowed on tliO
county Kt'iiei'ul fund ;
K liPrury, taxes refunded t I'W n
K St U I.lr tJo, indse H Wi
Kluim fc Hin tlelt t.'o. siiuolli s VI !)-'
.1 f KocKwell, tuiai'U let-M, eie i n
l'erkliis llriw l!o, Hupplli'8 SB
T h' Mi-(i'i. 4 M
DuliotiiUity t'liiii iiiiiey, imUe Vi no
The followlim eliiliiu were allowed on tho
roiiil iIIkI rlirt fuml :
John Johnson, rond work, dint. li.... lti
(Hills Key. KiniH'.illst. 17 i Wl
Henry Klol.e. mime, (list. 17
('onnid Wolf, same, illst. 17 !i 1,1
() Thorn, smile, UUt. 17 0
John JeHMMi, Niime, (list. 17 SiMnl
Chris Sorenseu, sumo, cllst. II 47 "
Fred Beerman. allowed on ditch
The Board selected a jury list of 00
names for the fall term-of Court-
Whereas on the 17th day of August
1904, judgments were rendered in the
United Btates Court against fachool
District No. 11, of Dakota County, Ne
braska iu favor of Edwards H Chap
man and J Le Roy Buck as adminis
trator of William Boswick, deoeasod,
due on one principal bond and intorett
to Feb 1. 1911. the sum of tfU74.44:
And whereas in another action Jtni-
ward D Bhephard vs School Dist. No
11. Dakota County, Nebraska, a judg
ment wa rendered against said dis
trict in which indue Feb 1, 1911
$4850.88, aosts $280,1(5, and Whereas.
the assessed value of taxable property
in said District for year 1910 is but
$;310.134 00, requiring a ievy of 27
mills to liquidate and pay off said
judgment, and whereas if such is lev
led iu a single levy in addition to ine
other levies and taxes to be raised for
the present year on said District it
will be so oppressive on the .taxpayers
and taxable property in said District
as to mnke it desirable and proper n;t
to collect all of wuid sum this year It
4 therefore ordered that but 9 mills be
levied this vear on tho judgment of
Edward D Shephard and & mills to
aoply on the J L Roy Buck J utletnent,
or a total of 11 mills to bo levied
against all taxable property of Helmut
District No 11. Dakota County, Ne
Board adjourned to September 11,
W. L. ttOSS,
Interstate Fair Notes.
No gambling of any kind will be al
lowed this year at the Interstate Live
Stock Fair in Sioux City. JNot even
pool selling on the races ii to bo per
niitted. The fellow who thinks he can
pick out the winning horse will have
to make a finite bet with his neighbor,
if he bets at all. There will no public
betting stand as in days of old. No
games of chance will be allowed
Man'i propensity for gneubing the spot
Piissod liv the Town Hoard AtmuRt . 1IUO
Hn it Hesolved. Hy the Chairman and
Rimrd of TruHtuen of tho VIlliiKO of Dakota
City, Nebraska, that new nldewalkn be eon-
Htrut-U'tl of cement hioiik iuhi lumnillK upon
tho following lots and blocks In said v 11 Intro
AIoiik the east side of lot 12, Mock 11)1
heirs of Augustus Koiinte, Martraret J!
Heritor and V. 1). Hall, record owners;
Aloim Uie norm onus or lots i (tun 2, uiock
17;t; 1). C. Ktlnson, record owner;
Alonit tho north side or Moutn Mamoi
Sri ii a re, from tim west corner to tho en
trance to tho brick school house: school
district No 1, owner.
Aloui tho north ends of lots 1. S and H,
block 111. Kred and Curl Schrlever, owners.
Till walk to bo built of either brick or ce
A snoctiil nieetlnit of the board of trustees
of sukl vilhiKo of Dakota City, Neliraxka,
will Is' held for tho purpose of conmucrlnit
tho lienedtH derived from said Improve
ments and placlmt valuations and assess
ments accent ink to law', upon tin' lots ami
blocks abutllmt and luUolulmt said Hues of
sidewalk, on Mondtiy, the 2ilttl day of Hep
tenilier. inln, atso'clock P. M.,at the olllce
of Paul l'l.ey. In snld villatte.
I, rnul l'l.ey, clerk or Dakota City, certity
Mint Mm above resolution was unproved and
mloDtcd at the nieetlntt of tho Ihiiii'iI of
trustees or sum viiuiKu on AimiiHi'A I'.'i".
SKAI. VII Unto Clerk
I Time is Money
Time Saved is
Don't fool away valua
(l ble time with an OJd
Style washing machine.
iji The One Minute
t is a time saver, also the
$1 lightest running machine
jj on the market. Thous
j ands in use. Ask your
Sold on Trial and it
Ht Don't Come Back
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First publication H-2fl-li llws
NOI ICU OF TAX DEED.
To I.ola t. Hunt and Clinton S. Dennett:
You nod each of you mo hereby not I Hod
that on t ho :)d day of Novemlwr, urns, Itoli-
ort I'). Kvnns uni-chased al public sale of the
county treasurer of Dakota county, ieiiras
ka. lots 4. ft and n. Iu block sr. within me vn
hiKoof South Kloux City, In tho said Dakota
county for ine tic muiuoui suite, county,
sclioool, school iiouil mid viiuiiro tuxesior I lie
years ls,i,lK!Pi,S',ti.lsui, ixio, Inim, ihii7, Isiin, Imiti,
it . ui''. ii'ti. s, uk. r.i ami nn
that tho said f.ola M. Hunt Is tho owner of
the several tracts thoreof, that the said
hind Is taxed In said years In no name, and
the time for redemption for said- halo will
exolroou November 4. It'll!.
You will also take notice that after the
expiration of throe months from the date of
tlio service ot tins nonce, lo-wit: on uie
lath duv of Dcooinlier. Ill II. the deed for tho
land so sold as above set forth will lie up
plied for. Milton Kokkhiior,
Klrst publication H-1M 8w
Order of Hearing and Notice of Probate
In the county court of Dakota county
Mtato of Nebraska, Dakota County ss.
To Dora Hroyhlll, William M. I.eniner
Clara AblHitt, Mary (Irlbblo, Klla Warner
Frank II. lAtamcr, Minnie Hale, l.ydla Now
Vernil Newell, Karl Newell. Austli
Newell, l.lllliiit Newell, loon Newell, and to
all persons Interested In tho estate of Perry
lioamer, deceased :
(in readmit the petition or Frank II
I .earner nrayluit that tho Instrument lllod
In this court on tho I'Jtli day of Aunust, lulu,
and purporting to Ihj the last will and test
anient of tho suld deceased, may bo rjrovec
and allowed, and recorded ns tlio last will
unit testament of l'orry lA'aiuer, deceased
Hint said Instrument lie admitted to Pi'
bate, and tho administration of said ostati
lie itrantod to Frank H. lioanieraH executor
it Is hereby ordereii mat you It nil all per
sons Interested Iu said matter may, and do,
appear at tlio county court to ho held ii
and for said county, on the fith day of Hep
tetnls r, A. I. lulu, at Uloclock a in. toshow
cause, If any thorn Is1, why tlio prayer o
the pell tinner should not bo Krauled, aui
Mint notice of the pendency of said petltlor
and the lieui'lnit thereof ho irlveu to all per
sons lulcrcslcd In hiilu matter by piilillHli
Iiik a copy of Mils order In The Dakota
County Herald, a weekly newspaper print
ed In said county, for t liree successive week
he in' In suld (lav or lieiirimt.
W itness my nanu, anil seal or suiu coui v
Mils l.'ilh day of Aumisl, A. D. lulu.
D. t '. llKFt'KKNAS
skal County Juiliro
First publication H-al-lO 8w ks
NOTICE 01? TAX DKKD.
To l.uey liulloek. In whoso inline Utl
appears on record, and all persons luleres
il In lots n mill l in iiiock :', ami (inn J. l
Holt mid A uizl A. Adams, Iu whoso mum
UI le appears on record, mid to all persoi
Interested In lot ft In block -', all In Marlli
Addition to houth hloux City, Dakota com
t.v . Nebraska, you and each of you will tuk
notice that on the 4 1 lid ay of NovoinlsT, lli7
C. K. Illlven purchased at private lax sale
from tho treasurer of Dakota county, Neb.,
for the taxes duo and deltniiuenl Ihereon
for tho years IKitt to limn, Inclusive, on lots il
and 4 In block 2. and for the years n'.mo
I nm. Inclusive, on lot ft In block v. all in Mar
tin's Addition to Houlh hloux City, Nebr.;
that said lots were assessed In no name
whatever In said years, and that said C. 10 .
Illlveu will apply for a deed for said lots
under said tax sale and certlllcato alter
the expiration of three months from the
date of the service of this notice.
( n iii v k si,
Owner of Hnld Cortlllcute.
Bated this lstti day of August, lttlO,
Dakota. City, Neb.
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This lK-in. Coucord Harness No. 76
no collars $31
Our No. 179, l-in. Concord, with
flat backs, a better job $35
Sturjjea Bros. 'ZZt,?
HAR JNI E:SS
Does not Color the Oil air
Insredlent of Ayer Hair Vlaror
Sulphur. Dettroyt scrmt that caute dandruff and
falling hair. Cure railic and eruption of tcalp.
Glycerin. Soothing, healing. Food tu the hair-bulb.
Quinin. A stiong tonic antUepllc, ttimulant. ,
Sodium Chlorid. Cleantintf. quiet irritation of scalp.
Capsicum. Increase activity of ttlaad.
Sage. Stimulant, tonic Domestic remedy of hltfh merit.
Alcohol. Stimulant, antiseptic. Water. Perfume.
Show thlft formula to your doctor. Auk liim if there Is a single injurious ingredient.
Ask him if he thinks Ayer's Hair Vigor, as made from this formula, is the best prepa
ration you could use for falling hair, or for dandruff. I-et him decide., lie knows.
.T. I1. A TKIt CnMriHT. Iiwi'll. Miwi.
I Patronize Home Industry buy your meats of 1
i . $
A Proprietor of
City Meat Msxrlkof:
f Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand
Cash paid for Hides and Pelts '
)j Agent for Seymour's White Laundry. Basket goes on
Tuesdays and comes back Saturdays
DAKOTA CITY NEBRASKA S