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Undertaker Couniy Coroner
Th Mico Eternnl Process 'of Jiraralminr.
Nothing taken lrom
All done upon outside,
Buy Land on
nig Horn Bixsm, Wyoming
ine ctnsui ngures tea tne
than 15,000 people as against
this gain practicaily all in the last live years.
Na.ke Money on Lvnti
Live years ago these lands
per. acre. The same lands with
as high as $00 to 8S0. You
today, lust as close to the railroad, or buy as eood raw lands at
45 to $50 and make as much
Get In on the Ground Floor
' new line to the northwest where you can locate close to new
growing towns that will help to make your land valuable. Write
me and let me tell you about this rich, new irrigated territory.
Friday, Jan. 37, igu
Trade at home. Yon will find a good
asoitment of hardware and tinware at
reasonable price at Bohriever Bros
Fruit of all kind at Van de Zedde's
Mm Mollis Brovliill is cn the sick
list this week.
"New Comic" Tost'Carda at the Da
kota City Pharmacy,
Dan Rockwell of Homer had bust
ness here Wednesday,
Homer Skeen came in from Cody,
Neb, Tuesday morning.
Emeu's coffee ia still in the lend
Van de Zedde sells it.
Wm Best went to Homer Wednes
day to visit his mother.
Don't forget the headquarters for
school supplies at the Dakota City
The warm weather of the past week
has interfered somewhat with the ice
men's business. '
Donald Hall was surprised on his
13th birthday Monday evening, by
about thirty of his young ftiends.
Mrs Luella Laurie has filed a peti
tion in the district court of Dakota
county asking for divorce from her
husband, James T Laurie.
If it is A 1 groceries you want, just
glance over Van de Zedde's stock. He
will sell just as cheap as possible, aud
ho handles nothing but first class
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
disappoints those who use it for ob
stinate coughs, colds and irritations of
the throat and lungs. It stands un
rivaled as a remedy for all throat and
lung diseases. Sold by all druggists .
An inebriate charge was filed against
Michul Gnllen last Friday by his
brother, John Cullen. He was taken
before the insanity commission and
committed to the inebriate asylum.
Sheriff J P Rockwell and Jailor Jas
Fueston took him to L'nooln Saturday.
The top is Malleable
iron. Does not crack, warp
or break. The thickness re
quired in other iron is not
necessary. Heats quicker,
cooks more evenly and
uses surprisingly less fuel.
city or country, hotels or public institutions.
body and nothing put
F, SilWyer, lackson, Nebraska
story. 1'opuiation now more
4,000 population last census, and
were selling at from $1.1 to $20
improvements, are now selling
can homestean just as good lands
money as those who invested then
before the completion of the
D. Clkm Dkaveii, Gen Agt
Laud Seekers Information Bureau,
1001 Faruam Street, Omahii.'Nebr.
1 1 , r.ff
Lena and Elsie Wilkini of Homer,
were Sunday guesU here.
Anythllig wanted in the bakery line,
please order it the day before at Van
Phillip Chicoine of Jeffsrson, S D,
spent a few days here last week with
his brother, Prof J A Chicoine
High priced eggs demand the layiug
hens; the Dakota City Pharmacy can
tell you bow to make yours lay. Ask
Miss Lillian Orr has resigned her
position in the Sioux City schools, and
will go to Chicago to take up special
work in the Chicago nniversity.
On Saturday, January 28th, S A
Stinson will sell, Duck Coats, Men's
and Boys Hats and Caps, and Child
ren's Underwear, at half (J) prico.
Chas Weiss, of Hartington, Neb,
publisher of the Cedar County Wack
ier, was here over Saturday night tt
install the twicers in the Sons of Her
Did you ever stop to think, that the
spices which last the longest and go
the farthest for the same money are
obtainable at the Dakota City Phar
Jas King, Geo MoHeath, Jas Alia
way, jr, and David R Clapp, ot Ho
mer, attended Masonia lodge here Sat
urday evening. The last named took
his first degree iu the order.
Ed L Ross and wife returned Mon
day from Schuyler, Nebr, where they
attended the fnneral rites over the re
mains of Roy F Crosby, brother of
Mis Ross,- who lost his life in the hotel
fire at Niobrara a week ago Sunday.
M O Ayres and sons-in-law Geo
Carter of Omaha, and Homer B Skeen.
of Cody, Neb, left Wednesday for Mi-
ama, Ha, where they will spend a few
months for the benefit of Mr Ayres
health, which has been quite poorly
The Wednesday Literary club will
meet with Mrs Ross, February 1st, at
2:30 pm, for the followiug program:
Roll call News from Iceland and
Lapland. Norwegian Life Ch's VII,
VIII and IX, Mrs Ross, Paper
Norse Mythology and Legend, Miss
Haase. Reading selected, Mrs War
A deal was made last week wbereb
M O Ayres comes into possession of
the reei ence property just east of his
home, and occupied by Paul Pizey.
The property was formerly owned by
Henry Krumwiede and was built to re
place the one destroyed by the explo
sion of an acetylene plant. It is re
ported that George Carter and family
of Omaha will occupy the property as
soon as vacated by Mr Pizey.
Tne Dakota City school board re
ceived a draft for $2,500 from the
Continental Insurance company Mon
day in payment of the policy carried
on the high school building which was
totally destroyed by fire on the night
of January 9tb. The payment was
made through their local agent, Harry
H Adair, and the company is to be
commended for its promptness.
Following is the petit jury for the
February 13, 1911 term of district court
of Dakota County : W A Morgan, Geo
Teller, W 8 Orr, Nelson Feauto, John
Harris, Stephen Joyce, John Jordan,
Geo W Bates, C B Guernsey, John
Cullen, Charles Bliven, Herman Sund,
H Hinken, R D Rockwell, Louis
Peterson, John G Miller, W I Davis,
John Nixon, John Bike, Chris Hansen,
Geo Midkiff, N D Pilgrim, Nick Jac-
obsen, Geo Hirsohback.
About sixty representative nitizens
of the town met last Thursday evening
at the City Hotel, pursuant to call,
and organised a volunteer fire depart
ment. A permanent set of oflioers were
chosen as follows: Chairman, J P
Rockwell ; secretary and treasurer,
George Wilkins. Committees were
named to draw np a set of by-laws to
govern the organization, to investigate
the cost of equipment lequired, etc.
An oyster supper preceeded the meet
ing, wtiion bad tne desnea enect oi
bringing out the crowd. A fund of
about $75 has been subscribed to start
things going with.
August Isenburg, one of the' early
settlers of Emerson precinct, passed
away Monday, January 23, 1911, from
illness resulting from cancer. De
ceased was in his seventy-fifth year,
and came to Dakota county from Ger
many in 1880, locating on a farm near
Emerson where he resided until the
time of his death. He is survived by
one son and a daughter, Gus A Isen
burg and Mrs Fred Wilkins, and two
step-children. Fred Blume of Emer
son, and Miss Marie Blume of this
place. The fnneral obsequies were
held on Wednesday, interment being
in the cemetery near the Louis Jopp
home. In the death of Mr Isenburg
Dakota county loses one of its most
valued citizens, and the community a
respected aud congenial neighbor.
In the write-up of the trial of Henry
Hogreve at Wayne last week for the
alleged poisoning of his wife, and wlio
was aquitted by the jury alter a sen
sational trial lasting a week, the Dem
ocrat had the following comments on
the case as handled by the attorneys:
County Attorney Davis states that he
was disappointed witu ine evidence
produced by the state, but satisfied
bevoud question of the states cause
for the prosecution. Uia assistant
counsel iu the trial, Judge Evans of
Dakota City, made the greatest plea
to the jury we have ever listened to in
the district court of Wavne county.
Atty Evaus rose far and clear of the
petty practices often indulged in by
attorneys to their own detriment and
to the abasement of the cans.- they
aim to represent II tuere was any
chalice for a conviction it hung on this
virile and plain exoosition of the state'
case by the brainy lawyer frt m old
Dakota City. Notwithstanding the
excellency of Attorney Evans' atldret-s
it would be unfair iu the Democrat not
to congratulate County Attorney Da
vis ou his thorough and conscientious
efforts to Lave jUHtics meted out to the
defendant, nor to compliment F A and
F S Bcriy on the splendid defense
they put np for their client; pruviug
beyond a doubt that ther were sincere
iu their belief that the defendant was
innocent. F A made the plea of his
life to leacli tue sympathy ol I tie jury
aud there were visible evidences, with
some members, that 'he succeeded ad
mirably. FS Berry devoted bin time
to an exhaustive review of th evi
dence aud the numerous posMbilitica
AN EASTERN PLEASURE TRIP
Mrs. Charles Voss and Daughter
Thekla Voss, Describe Their Re
cent Trip to New York.
On our return from Nlnirra Kallatn lUHTiilii,
we saw the Krle canal, thp proof of great
American enterprise. We Mm noticed the
Identity of Americanism with its Pitenslve
advcrtwinu schemes which are In evidence
everywhere. This I deplorahle Inasmuch
that It mar the Ix'atily of scenery, and
demonstrates the ever omnipresence of
commercialism. This etinwplclotiiness of
some form of advertising; wnjt noticeable as
soon a we returned from Canada.
Friday at o'clock p. lit. we left for New
York City, arriving Saturday morning at
at f o'clock. We will not nil here to the ae
thellcal vli'w of the city, but turn to to the
material side, for a short time at least.
We stopped at the Grand Triton hotel oil
Park avenue and 42nd Ht. ' It was a deslra
ble location, Ih'Ii.r near the central part of
of the city. The hotelcompnred tothcWpst
In Sioux City in service and price, with
reference to rooms only, but Is a larger
structure. Nevertheless tills would hardly
lx placed In the category of a third clas
hotel, ranging In prices a uch, Kor the
purpose of experimental Investigation, we
dined at The Athens, a Greek restaurant
where we found the same as at the Oram)
Union, a corps of men waiters, tallies for
two persons, a complete change of table
linen after each serving, individual crumb
tray, finger howl, etc. At either one of
these places, a double cut of sirloin steak
Including rolls only, was $1.25. With the
coffee. 10 cents per order, came the Inde
scrlnlile sterilized milk. Cream heinir an
essential part of our menu, found that we
must put In an order at 8 cents extra lor
each of us.
To make the most possible use of the time
for the remainder of the day, we outlined r
course of procedure. We went to Klflh
avenue, ami Central Park, the most notable
parts of theclty. At the former we procur-
cured a guide whoconveyed us In a cab to
tunny of the most interesting places, giving
us very explicit Information as we went
nlong. We drove up Klflh aveune w hich is
New York's fashionable thoroughfare, fain-
ed for It costly residences, the people who
live In them, Its hotels clubs, cburces, li
braries and the brilliant social display
which gives to the street It (lomlnent air.
Beginning at Washington Stiuiire on the
south, It extends six utiles, past Central
I'nrk, to Harlem river.
Among the many notable residence and
other points of interest, we have space to
mention but a few liest known to all. On
47th street is the home of Miss Helen Gould.
and Koliert Ooelet. and Cornellur Vantler-
bllt, jr, on 4 th street. On the west side lie
tween Mst and Mud streets are the brown
stone residences known as the Vanderbllt
twin houses, owned by George Van lerbllt,
the Marjorte Gould Drexel' house, a wed
ding gift from her father, the Kletcher
home, having ngure of a baby perched on
the edge of the roof heralding the occu-
Real estate loans. Geo Wilkins.
E H Cornell visited relatives at Poi
ca last Friday and Saturday.
W J Kennellv of Jackson was trans
acting business here Wednesday.
Brighten np the old furniture with
a new stain such as the Dakota City
Pharmacy can furnish you.
Mrs Sarah Dueschl and daughter,
Mrs Clyde Beaohler. of Maploton, la,
visited relatives here lust week.
If you haven't got time to do your
own shopping cill up No 1. and he
will deliver the goods promptly.
Wm H Clapp of Homer, has been
subpoened to serve on the federal jury
at Omaha beginning 1'ebruary bth.
Don't forget the coffee with the dish
es at Van de Zedde's he has a nice
assortment. A nice t.isb. with each
Lost, last week, between Porter
Boats' and Grace M E church, a binge
endgate to Mitchell wagoubox. Find
er please return same to B M Boals.
Bert Brasfleld, who is holding down
a claim near Wasta, S D, was severely
injured in a runaway a v.eek or two
ago. He bad three ribs broken and
was otherwise badly bruised. lie is
getting along all right now.
The A E Christiansen stock of goods
was transferred to A J Knepper and
son, Moutford Knepper, Wednesday.
The new proprietors expect to increase
the stock and put a delivery wagon on
the load in the near future.
Chamberlain s uougu ltemedy is a
very valuable medioino for throat and
luug troubles, quickly relieves and
cures painful breathing and a danger
ously sounding cough which indicates
congested lungs. Sold by all drug
gists. Wm Dierking, Chas Sund, Wilfred
E Voss, Carl Srhriever and Marie
Blume went to Naoora Wednesday to
attend the funeral of Aug Isenburg.
About fitteeu friends of the deceased
from Sioux City also attended.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is not
a common, every-day cough ixture.
It is a meritorious remedy for all the
troublesome and dangerous complica
tions resulting from cold in the head,
throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all
The German consulate at Chioago
would like to hear from the children
of the late Adam Roorig, a German by
birth, two sons and a daughter named
Katharine. Anv information left al
tlia iinstoffioe, at Dakota Neb will be
tne postomoe ai waaoia, aeu, will uo
lorwaroed to uuioago oiuce.
Have you a weak throat? If o
you cannot be too uarettu. xou can
not begin treatment too early . Each
cold makes you more liable to anotber
and the last is always the harder to
cure. If you will take nhaiuberlain's
Cough Remedy at the outset you will
be saved much trouble. Sold by all
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that was ever made is Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver tablets
Ihey do the work whenever you retni
ire their aid. These, tablets change
w eakuess into strength, listlesness into
energy, gloominess into loyousness
Their action is so gentle one don t re a
lizn they have taken a purgative. Sold
by all druggists.
Haturdav was a brisk day for wed
dings iu tlj is place. Judge Heffernan,
besides issuing four licences, united in
marriage Fred Iiosenbu and Margaret
Manivu, anil William J Leckband and
Mary IJuuiil, all of Kioux City. Rev
Warien performed a like ceremony for
Maiden E Noleu of Faith, S D, and
Delia Page of Sioux City. E P Mitch
ell aud Hilda Nelsou of South Hioux
City were granted a marriage license
LiOins, the little three year old son
Mr aud Mrs Ksteu Olsen, ditid Tues
day uiorniug after an lllnesi of three
weeks with si iual ineuit gitis. The
funeral services were held Thursday
af t.-ri.oou at 2 o clock from the horn
Ilt-v r L Keller, IjiHheran pastor, con
ducting the services. Intermont was
in the Dakota City cemrtery. This is
the second death in the family within
a year, aud the bertaved ones have
the heartfelt sympathy of the c immu
nity iu thtir double burdeu of Burrow.
nation of lt owner, giving It the cognomen
of " Kaby cries for i 'nstorla house." n the
upper side of Mud street Is the residence of
. K. YandcrhlU. The Cornelius Vander
bllt house extends from (7111 street to ftsth
street ami has a frontline on the side street
of ivn feet. The style is that of the Cha
teau de llolse, In France, which gives It the
appearance of a varltable palace, Mr. Ger
ry's is the II rst one in a long succession of
palatial residences fronting (Vntinl Tark
alMive flnth street, which constitute what Is
popularly called ' M lillotialres' How." They
are hoii.es remarkable for size, diver
sified style. and the Impressive architectur
al effects. Ammtrf the most notable are the
following; The double houses of Mrs. Wm.
Astor, Colonel John Jacob Astor. IVrry
Itelmont, George Gould, ami that of the late
. F. Yerkes. which cost three million dol
lars and has a two million dollar collection
of paintings and art treasures In the largest
private art gallery In America, and the
Wm.C. Whitney home, which Is the famous
l-ciiox library. Opposite the U'tun library,
recessed In the wall of Central Park. Is the
Kit-hard Morris Hunt Inemorlnl. It con
sists of a bronr.e bust of the architect, by 1).
C. French, with a curved stone IhmicIi. The
dedication was made In recognition of tils
service In the cause of art In America, and
he also designed the l.onox library.
At 77th street Is building Senator W. A.
Clark mansion, which Is to lie the most
istly private house In America. At Vnth
s'reet Is the new two million dollar rest
denceof Andrew Cnrncsl, having the unusu
al feature of a spacious garden surrounding
It. Tills marks the limit tf Fifth avenue's
noteworthy houses. Near hero Is the home
of Mrs. J, W. llourden, 4 lie woman who
committed suicide by putting a gas Jet In
Iter mouth, as many will remeniisT.
Krom here we went to lllverslde nrlve,
which I Itctween the Hudson river anil
Morningslde I'nrk. On Mornlngslde Height
are een the buildings of Columbia univer
sity, and llnrimrd college, and shortly be
yond we come to the ascent upon which
rises the tomb of General Grant. The spot
Is one of natural gramlure of surroundings.
The bluff rises IHn feet bImjvp the river, scat
te red a bout are forest tree, Isdow Is the
broad expanse of Hudson, animated here
anil there with sail and steam, opposite are
me slopes or ew Jersey, with the rail
sade st retching away to the north until
they soften In the distance and merge In
the purple haze. It would have teen diffi
cult to II ml a grainier site than this on Riv
erside Krlve, for the tomb which New York
erected to the memory of the great general.
Ills constructed of hite granite, with
white marble interior. The proportions are
Imposing. Thesnuare structure Is Mil fet
on the side ami 72 feet In height, the circu
lar cupola with Ionic columns Is 70 feet In
diameter, ami the dome rise Ifal feet from
the ground. From the plaza ou the south
side steps Til feet wide ascend tothe portico,
which lias double lines of Inn lr columns be
fore the entrance, with Its two massive,
bronze lioors weighing i.nu pounds respec
tively. Alsivetlie portico two sculptured
figures, emblematic of Peace and War,
flank a panel on which are Inscrlls-d the
words, Is't tTs Have l'eace." The decora
tive scheme provides for bronze statute
and groupes on the portico, parapet and
The Interior plan I cruciform. Tn feet be
tween the walls. The four great pier of
the rotunda carry arches whose crowns are
.VI feet from the floor, the circular galery,
supported by the arches, Is 40 feet In diame
ter. The dome rises nn feetanove tne uoor.
In the pendentlves sculptural reliefs sym
bolize Youth, Military I.lfc, Civil l.lfn and
Death. In small rooms surrounding the ro
tunda are stands of battle flags, framed doc
umental scripts upon the walls aud an em
broidered picture, beautiful and natural
reprodutlon of Tlysls 8. Giant, as lying In
last repose, guarded by the angels of Peace,
one at his head and one at his feet, extend
ing and clasping hands, emblematic of
I'nlon. This was made by K. snewomusa,
The hush of the vast chamber, the nod-
lowed light and the simplicity and dignity
of the architectural plan and detail, com
bine to give solemnity to the pir.i-c.
Til rough a circular opening Iu the floor
the sarcophaguses are seen in the crypt
directly beneath the center of the dome.
These are of polished reu porpnyry ami are
supported upon a pedestal of granule. Hie
oinpnnlon snrcnpmigus, a counterpart in
In material and design, was here provided
in comnllance with an expressed wish of
General Grant that Mrs. Grant should lie
by his side. As loving tribute to both lsau
tlful wreaths had recently Is-en placed ou
the sarcophaguses anil at different places
In t he crypt. To the left upon a stand was
draped the national ensign.
he cost of this magnltlcent lomn was
ttV),titit). Among the earliest contributors to
the monument fund was tliecninese states
man. 1,1 Hung Chang, ts'tween whom and
General Grunt a friendship existed since
their meeting In China during the Goner
his trip around the world. F.very year
after General Grunt's death I.I Hung Chang
sent to the Chinese Minister at Washing
ton a wreath to lie placed at the toinn.
When 1.1 was In the l ulled States In lMiai,
he visited the temporary tomb at Riverside
and laid upon the sarcophagus a wreath of
smllax, laurel and orchids. The following
year he scuta gingko tree to be planted
here, which g on tue noun rme oi win pres
We next drovo along Riverside park
which Is on the well known Riverside lirtve
which has been pronounced the most mag
nificent residential avenue in the world.
for t he most nurt the natural contours have
1 1. is sfwalled Isdng a nark In nature, and
Isten preserved, with many or lite tree oi
the original forest. Riverside drive gives a
succession of nleturesoiie views of the Hud
son and the Palisades, and Is lined ou the
east with lino houses. As at Fifth avenue
we will mention a few residences of those
lie st known to all.
The home of Mrs. Ulshop Potter. John
H. Matthews, the soda water miinufiictuicr,
Peter Iloelger. the brewer, the house with
a glass room on the second floor; Mrs. Her-
tha Foster, whose nusiMiiui maue a ioriune
from a patent glove hook, and as the guldr
drew our attention he supplementary ad
ded "You ladles helped pay for this." Here
Is the two million dollar residence of Charles
Schwab, president of the United Status
Steel Corporation, and the Corey mansion.
The next mansion of note are Julia Mar-
low's and Richard Mansfield s, together
called the "Actor's Block."
leaving here we went to Mornlngslde
Heights, called the Acropolis of the New
World," Hocallcd on act-on nt of Its many
U.mples of learning anil worship ou the
heights. We passed Columbia university
comprised of its many colleges. Columbia
occupies a historic grouna. r.inneoueu in
the masonry of the Knglneerlng building
Is a bronze tablet erected by the Sons of the
Revolution, the epigraph reads, lo com
memorate the Imttle of Harlem Heights,
won by Washington's troops ou tills site.
September IH, 177H."
Next was our visit to "The Cathedral of
St. John the Divine (Protestent F.plscopall
which Is building on Oiillictirai neiguis, a
name that has been given to t ie south end
of Mornlngsido Heights. The site, which
embraces three city blocks, cost IHTsl.tmO.
The corner stone was laid In lHMi. The llel-
moot Chanel lias been linisneii, tne wnoie
structure will be completed In from forty
to fifty years, the e- tlmate cost or lamir ami
architectural designing I $H.iM. The
exterior length will lie 620 feet, width of
f runt 172 feet. Of the seven lowers tne
four on the side will 1st inX feet, the two in
front 2S4 feet, and the central lower win
Isu 415 feet from the Floor to lop oi cross.
Itissald the cathedral will surpass any
ecclestlcal edifice In America, and In its
' design, gramlure of proportions
nmlsupurbsltuatlon. will, take rank with
t.tl.4 sn-Ht. i'Rt bedrals of the old World
At the suggestion of Klshop Potter, who
Is laid at rest beneath the crypt, there will
i. uitrroiituiiiii t in I'liotr Beven imancis 111
Tongues, in w hich Sabls-th services will Imj
held In seven tlllTeretil languages, i ne ner
imi.ii dome I will ls the Hint one built. The
crypt is (itinrlcd out of solid rm-k, which
In Interior in, unluue appearance, has
lu.4.,1 otnttleteil. l lie nreHCUL nnihlicti nun
of tba cathedral. We decended a Might of
steps, directly to the left we saw Iu a niche,
t lie Tl nan v i nant small lout, semi-gioiaiiiii
In form, encircled by anil Inlaid Willi, large,
round and oval shaped emeralds, ine ioni
,.,,-t tuaii.nl The re redus. or a tei'Dlece, is
also of Tirrany glass, in ine i-cuicr in
l.ed by a peacock holding a bunch of grapes.
this wits an cmh cm of mortaiiiy, symiMii
The cn or scheme was atiKiueiiieii oy nm
iwm f,f ireiuiliiH diamonds, rubles, emer
aids, amellieyst, topaz, etc.. which. In the
soft llu lit of t he crypt, brought oui n mag
nlllcentelTect. The secltlhlou, iiaiuiuiiiiy
and sanctity of the place were exalted by
all this dedication to the cause of Christi
anity which has Is en traiiM-eiideiu lor ceil
turles past anil will is) lor ages 10 come.
As ue I rnvesed the ground yet to 1st COV
ered bv this great etlillce. our guide said
"We count by millions, not by thousands
Opposite the cathedral groundsls St. l.ukeV
hospital, rroleslnni e.piscopni, one oi me
noble Institutions of the city, where we
spent but a few moments In the chaiiel.
BUCKBEB'S SEEDS SUCCEED I
AUdo to butU New RualnvH. AtrlfklwlU
latwo vita our iwruistaeut ciistouitir.
r72 Collection iwifc.l7?wifiii:UWi
U.e ritif.fi ; Tni'triB), i ipltinoUti ; Ouioa, it or-ti vftuo-
-J -- una, 12 K 1 run l iw,iuks,
cite iwi&y; Mention th! Pcper.
f.CWD 10 CENTS
popr-Mi: ni parkin n4 ici tMa valnuM
. .VrirtHP, ii a unit Mf4u mia l'lrt ituou.
il W. Eif.kbcc.
iit4 bucks': v .art .
auaJirsjaramiitli 'a a, . .ir.toiJtii mbtM
"The Bank that ALWAYS treats
Bnnk qf Dakota. County
AIuiijh the Oldest Bank in the County.
Konirl Inn's the largest bank in the county,
Trit'N to Il the lH'.ST Bank in the U. S. A.
And "ALWAYS bimgry for MORE business."
Getting it, too every wk k. Just closed the largest year of
twenty-five good ones. Try this good bank for a sample month,
and if we dont treat you better than yon have ever been treated be
fore drop us, like a hot coal.
That's the way we gain and keep new customers.
iLHCT 10 ears, either
them in to the Farmers
decide yours are the best, eail at our store and
we will give you free a fine new II. & R. single barrel
Shot Gun, with automatic shell ejector. This offer is
open to any boy in Dakota county under 18 years of
age. The corn must be either white or yellow, and
the Ho well, we don't care what color the boy is.
Ours is a Boys' as well as a Men's Store, and we'll
treat you so that yon '11 come again.
Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co
Abstracts Qf Title
A $10,000 Surety Bond
Guarantees the aoouracy of every
Abstract I make
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patents. "'Hints tolnventors." "Inventions needed.'
"Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our.Mr. Oreeley was formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full chargeof
the U. S. Patent Office.
Washington,. X. C.
Everything in the line of
Harness and Horse Goods
II. T. Harness $31.,0
Old Style Concord $35.00
New Style Concord $37.0O
Kepair Work (liven Prompt Attention
FredriCskscn (Si Son
This 1-in. Coucord Harness No. 70
no collars. $31
Our No. 17'J, y.-n. Concord, with
flat backs, a better job $35
to Boys !
white or yellow corn, brinjr
Institute. If the judges
Dakota County Abstract Co.
J. J. EI MERS
4 1 1 Pearl St