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!W1ti$ .ii-.U-,A .tint lill ravn nrt vnur nMtcrn so cvcnlv that I
open up your pattern so event;
1 your bird can neither get too much nor too little.
A special system of wadding gives at 25 yds. a spread equal
to that of a standard shell at 40 yds. and with greater
The tfeel lining give the ipeed plm perfect pattern.
Get a box to-aay. Your local dealer hat them.
Try them on a paper target with your old duclc gun.
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Broadway is Now York City
1 $ ' & &V
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when there whs not n
in nil this region.
solitary Bottler Jf ?
From Heliool Notes it) Homor Btiir
MiH Conetj, roci ntl. of our interim)
tHato (lcpaittnont Iihh Hovered her con
nections witli nclinol. MIhh Emma
ilkluH now Iiuh ohttrga of tho third,
fntirth (ind ft ft tl gxiilun, Miss VMUitis
is a very HUoceKsful tcnclinr of three
yours experience, tho lwit two yearn
luving been spt-ut ut Greouwood,
Neb Tho present corps of tenchers
have all liml noimul training Mit-n
Dent anil Mixs Wilkins hove lifo oorti
ilonteB, graduate of Peru Htiito Nor
iiiul; Minn Uulu ims t Hint grade atato
oortillcate, grudtiato of Kearney Htnto
Normal; Miss Hock well nnd Mr litis
dnl eiicli linve. first g nulo county eeiti
flcates, having had normal training t
Waynn Htatti Normal nnd Lyons high
hcIiooI, respectively, It Ib of intorest
to noto ttiat three of tho teachers gi uri
nated form tho Dakota City high
Bchnol, Miss Wilkins '07, Mi'hb Rock
well '04, and Mins lit at '08. Tho
sohool is Hearing the eloso of a third
very successful week.
Gov. Chester H. Aldrich
Republican Candidate for Reelection.
Dakota County Herald
JOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER
bnbucnption Price. $1.00 Por Yoar.
n weekly newspaper published at
Dakota City, Nebraska.
Permission baa been granted for tho
transmission of this paper through the
maiis as eecond-class matter.
Telephone No. 48.
Official Paper of Dakota County
That Referendum Record.
A "uews letter" offered to Nebruska
nesppera for free ut-e by "the demo-
crxtio news burenu at Lincolu con
tains this statement of Candidate
Mon beau's record ou the referendum
"Joliu II Moiehcad eupported the
initiative and referendum, but lie in
btteit tliut the percentage!) bo Cud
high enough to prevent foolish pro-po-itiods,
jet low enough to mako it
corupttrauvely easy for seusible re
position to bo submitted, Tho
amendments which lorhed Blip
ported, ud which were finally tuaoted
into Ihw, provides a safe and suno
iuitittive und referendum. It will
permit of reforms needed, yet pro
vent intolerance und fanaticism ami
If Mr Morehoad's record on tho
iuiUniivo and referendum in tho las.
eon..to was good his purty muuugcrs
Bhouhl not ilud it iieouniury to mis
atutu it. This htiitcmm.t lmplns that
tho Hiiioudment Mr Moreheud desired
were incorporated in the bill as tlnallj
adopt il, and that they were nicrolj
metled Hufcguardsof direct legislation
The record is so easily aoocSHitilo that
ono wonder the "domoeratlo news
bureau" sliuuld risk such a Btutotueut.
Too initiative and referendum bill,
introduced by Senator Hkiles, now
democratic candidate for congress m
the Fourth district, was debuted in the
Rouutu iu cocumittee of tho whole on
February ? 1U11 tietiator rihiles
hiaisfll suggefiteu ono or two miuoi
oliHtigiB in tho bill, iimong theso tht
puivuiuu that tho aQlrmutivo vote on a
meuMiru must equal 36 pttromit of the
total vo'u iu Hd'litioii to receuviug u
mujoritv of tliuso voting ou Hie meas
ure. After thin begun ttio effort to at
taoh hoitiln ameudiueutH, us rJeuatoi
Bkiles (U-oliro.l thetu to be.
Tlieso amendmuuta took two direo
tioiiH. Kirst there was the effort to in
creaso tho uuuber of petitioner re
quired to submit a measure. The bill
provided for 10 por cent, Senator
Placo proposed to make this tlfteou,
Mr Mofhead voted for this amend
ment, which was defeated with the
help of deuator Id kilos, a handfull ot
progressive democrats and all but one
or two repnblioans. When tho bill
came to the Uouso the democratic ele
emuiit outresponditig to the Moreheud
groupo iu the ueuatu utuuaged to iu
oreanu tho peroeutano to illteeti as ap
plied to constitutional nmeudmeuts
only. Tho change voted for by Mr
Moreheud would have niudo the fifteen
par cent apply to nil measure, atutu
tor'y hh wi-il us ooiihtitutioual, und wus
noflliiully enacted iuto law."
Tho Buuoud point of attack iu the
flenuttt was the mitj trity to be r uninul
to adopt mouMin a submitted under
the If.Hi.tiVt) und leferutidum; The
oxixtiug unui-titiiiion provinea for a
mcj irit of all the votes oust iu adopt
iug amendments. It hud never be-u
possible to carry an umeudmetit under
the proviniou oidt'pt by the subterfuge
of cuuuting put; tickets for it. The
"majority of all votes oust" provision in j
the leforendum bill would render it
inoperative, as Senator Hkilfs nnd tho
nonpartisan supporters of the bill do
olsred Senator Albert moved to
amend the bill to rcquiro thiR minority
iu tho case of constitutional amond
mentB Thoso who votod for thin
amendment, as named by tho demo
cratic World Ilerild'H report, wero
Mnrehead, Albert, Dartns, Kool, Pick
ens, Phicok, Itcguii, Vlojip, Tibbets
und Smith of Hoono.
Later Sonotor Plucok proposed an
nmoudmont to require forty per cent
nfllrmutivo vote iu addition to a ma
jority Mr Morehead voted for this
nmoudmont, which waH defeated.
N'ono of theso amendments woro in
the bill as "dually enacted into law."
Tho domnoriitia news letter to the con
trary uotwiihstandiug, tho referen
dum amendment to bo voted upon
month after next would be a vitally
different measuro had Mr Morohcad'n
vote docidod tho matter. Stato Jour-mil.
Items ot interest
from our Exchanges
Martinsburft Items in Pouoa Jour
ual : Wm Pottit and Jesse lieitb mado
u business trip to Allen Friday.
Way no Demoorut: Oarl Stind and
family went to Dakota City Saturday
to visit over Sunday ut tho homo of
Walthill Times: Mrs Dlunchard
was down from llomer Wednesday
afternoon.... Tom Sullivan, of Jack
son was iu our vihago Monday afternoon.
Ponca Loador: MiBsea Maxwell, of
Dakota City, Asbford, of Horn or, und
Simms, of Boston, visited Friday with
the Misses McCarthy, departing for
their homea Saturday.
Stephen Joyce, repulicun candidate
for county Hnnestior, with hln wldu ex
perience in property values both por
Houal and bind is cortuinly qualilled
for that important dfllco. lie has tilled
the oQlo of procinet iiBROBsnr ou sever
al occusious in a businossliko manner,
and wilt do tho same us county asses
Tho only people ou hour kicking on
Governor Aldrich is tho mugwump
newapaporu that thought they weie
going to bo bought over by being giv
en tho constitutional amendments to
publish this full. It was a sad disap
p illitmelit to them, and tdiowa tin
depth of their ulltiftianoo to party prin
elplfH. Eveti tho better class of dem
ocratic papers lire not saying a word
for Morehead, the reactionary, nor f
word agniust Al (rich.
In tho candidacy of Sidney T Frtim
for county attorney tho voters of Da
kota county have an opportunity of
electing a bright young attorney, oue
who has already won the confidence
and respont of Ids etitiro acquaintance
Mr Frum has demonntrated his capa
bility as au attorney during tho two
years he litis been located here, and if
elected he will look after the comity's
interests just as faithfully as a private
Mosey Warner of the Lyons Mirror
takes us to tusk for supporting Govern
or Aldrich; and as he states wo pub
lished 81 lines allvortisiug Governor
Aldrich which would amount to
$81,10, and for ten weeks it would
make about $28100. Wo always
knew Mosey wus good at juggling
figuros, ami if ho could got tho sumo
rate for tho slop ho runs for the
hooueflghting reactionary candidate
he is supporting for governor, ho had
bettor go after it ami not wusto ho
Waterbury Items in Allen Nowb:
Mr and Mrs Haley, former residonts
here but now of llomer, Nb, vUitcd
over Sunday at the homo of Mr Woods,
sr, leturniug Monday morning.
Hurtiugton Nows: Mr and Mrs
Henry Mtrtiu and son Clarrtioe, who
have been visitiug at the home of Mr
Martin's brother, Albert Martin, a few
days, returned Mi nday to their home
Wynot Tribune: Mrs .Tas Williams
wont to South Sioux City Saturday
for a visit with friends. ,. .Kov E T
Antrim wont to Dakota City Monday
and from thero to Madison where he
is attending the North Nebraska con
fereuoo ot tue Mothodist church.
Homer Star: Miss Lena KntidBeu,
of Sioux City, arrived ou Saturday for
a snort visit with iurs John Harris. . . .
Earl Kasdal and Autouius Larson left
ou Wednesday ta attend the stuto un
iversity nt Lincoln J. ..Miss Matt it
MoKinloy, of Pali Una, lo, spout Sun
day with her parents. Miss MoKin
loy is compositor for Jeff Taylor on
the Paulllna Star.... Mrs J M Crosby
returnod to her homo ut Schuyler, Neb,
after a threo weoks visit with her
daughtor, Mrs E L Boss and family.
Mrs William McGlaughin, of Lincoln,
mother of G W Ashford, visited over
Sunday at tho home of Mr and Mrs G
W Aahford...Mr Mason, ourdruggist,
left on ftloudav for Denver, Col, ou a
business trip. E E Orady, of Sioux
City, baa taken charge of tho drug
Btoro till Mr Mason returns.... I)i
George Stidworthy and family, of Vi-v
burg, O.D, arrived last week for a
short visit with his brother, l)r D 13
Stidworthy and family. Thoy made
tho trip iu their automobile.. ..Earl
Ilusdul, the general salcsmun for the
Farmers' Exchange, has severed his
connection with that concern and will
go to the state university tit Lincoln the
coming year. . .Dr und E J Smith
drove tht lr automobile to the, western
part of tho ntato, a dietauce of about
190 miles, leaving ou Thursday of last
week and returning on Friday even
ing. . ..Mrs S A Combs aud daughter
Nell, of Lincoln, accompanied by her
Kiand daughter, Jennie, were passen
gers to South Sioux City ou Friday to
visit over Sunday with her sou, Frank
Combs and family . . . . MisB Pearl M ur
phy, a populur young lady of Homor
who is to become a bride coon, wax
tho guest of honor at a granite shower
given on Friday of lust week by Mrs
John Ashford, at her homo in Whine
lugo. Those who were iu attendance
from Homer woro Mrs W 11 Ryan, Mih
D B Stidworthy, Mrs Thos Ashford,
Mrs O J O'Connor, Mrs S A Combs
and d"uelitr Nell, of Lincoln, Miht
Luo Hirsch and Miss Loin Ilirsoh.
FAIRNESS TOWARD NEGROES
The following appointments "in
made for the N ufolk ilisliiet ai the M
E conference held at Maoi-on the past
Norfolk Distiict E E Bosnian, on
peiiuteudent; Bunetott, Allen J Hard;
Beldeu, to be suppled by J G Gallo
way ; Blacklini und Betnutiy, William
Goriiall; Itloomlleld, C II Moort ; Car
roll, H .1 McKei.zii-; Central oirouit, to
bo supplied by J I Kemper; t oleiidgn,
TS Watson J Crohton, C V Powell;
Dakota City, John Crews; Decatur, E
T Antrim; Dizou, H D Cox; Hurting
ton und Oroltou, A W Ahrcndic; Ho
mer ami Hubbard, L It Keckler;
Laurel, II G Luugloy, Liberty, A M
Huell; Lyons, A S Buell; Aludisou, F
M Drulliuei ; Mashel, o bo supplied
by S A Drac; Norfolk, U II Millard;
Norfolk niiotiit, II il Millard; Tender
and TuurMou, Amos FetZcr; Pilger, fl
II Louis; Potion aud Marttusbo g. J B
Hoe; Itutnioipli, E J T d nnelly ; Roko
dele, to bo supplied by Hoy Garlook;
South Honx City, J L Phillip-.; Stau
ton, J F Poucher; Wakefield, J J
Buike; Walthill, to be supplied by G
M Poudell; Wuterbury, tobesupplieii ;
Wuusa and Magnet, J A Mai tin;
Wayne, William Gorsl ; Wiusido, O E
Counell ; Wistier, L V Slocumb; Wynot
and Spiing Vulley, W O Romiok.
Rev W R Warren, for tho past two
years pastor at tLis pluce, wus trans
ferted to Greeley, in tho Grand Island
district. O B Wurreu, of Tekumah,
goes to Schuyler und J O Shick to
Fullerton, in tho same district.
E E Boweu u former teacher in our
sohcols, was located at Neligh .
D W McGregor was sent to Teka
mah. In the npeoial appointments, J W
Jennings was named as mauager ot
Kansas, City Depository of tho Metho
dist Hook Concern.
Rev W R Warren, who loaves tho M
E charge bore to take up work at
Greeley, hus served as pastor here
for two years and both he and his esti
mable family have made many friends
here who regret to Beo them go.
First Publication 0-2U-4W.
Acnes McCornitck, John K. draft and tho
southwest quarter of the northeast quartor
or section iKteen (15 . townsntp twenty
nine 189), ranee seven (7), iu Dakota county,
You nnd each of you aru hereby notified
that Alice K. Htlmson, plnlntllT, on tiu luth
day of September, A. 1)., 1018, tiled her potl
tlou In tho district conn of Dakota county,
Nehiuska, neulnst Amies McUorinlck, John
K. Gran, and the southwest quarter of tho
northeast quarter of section fifteen 16,
township twenty-nine SB, runae bovon 7,
In Dakota county, Nebraska, the object nnd
prayer of which are to foreclose n tax sulo
certlllcate, now owned by the plaintiff ns
assignee, on the itlHiie dtmnrlled leal estate,
muIiI land Iwlim hiiIiI for the. luxes for the
j year 11(00 nnd tho subsequent taxes for the
j ears iwrr, nms. iwn, iuiu ana iuu neum paid
by tho ow nor of said curtlllcnto, the amount
thoi con being t71.B5, with Interest therount
the late of 15 per cent, from the 4th day of
November, 1UU7, unci that said sum Is a first
lien upon said teal estate, prior to tho
claim of all the defendants. Plaintiff prays
for genuinl equltnble relief.
You nro requited to answer said petition
on or before tho 28th day of October, A. D
Dated this 14th day of September, A. I).,
1912. Aura K.Stimron,
It is reoommeudod by the county
central committee that tho demosratic
eleciorH of Dakota county meet in
OMiittiiH at 'i p ii),(in Saturday. Soptem
lioi 28, 1012, at tho usual voting pluo
in each precinct for the purpose ot
placing in nomination assessors, jus
tices of the peace, road overseers and
omiBtublcH, snid Callouses to be pre
sided over by the precinct clitirmuu of
the respective precincts
Chairman County Cent Oommittoo,
S'orotary Oouuty Cent Committee.
Roal estato loans. Geo Wilkins.
Your TOcmey oi. Demand
Plus liberal interest in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
With all the safety that a quarter century's ex
perience and accumulations can throw about your de
posits. Banking with us "Worth While" and it is good
for you to have your money always available and still
draw good interest.
Steamship Tic ets the best companies, Treatment,
Hates, with our best efforts to give you a pleasant trip.
Farm Loans the very lowest rotes possible, with
long time and optional payments.
Bank by Mail With Us. A Pennjr, Postal Brings
(It's a Good Bank when you KNOW worthy of
a portion, at least, of YOUR business.)
Allen Nous: The livery barn at
Waton ury has been leased to Mike
Mimnaiigh, of Jackson, who Ims al
ready taken churgo. . ..Miss Muriel
Hill returned homo Friday from ISIoorn
ilold. where she attudod tho wedding
of her friend, Miss Fern Moore.
Waterbury Itemi in Ponca Journal:
luck Chrintophorsou and Ohanten
Chase attended the dance in Hubburu
rucHilav evening.... llarry, Peter and
Jamos Mai ron and sistur Mary ami
Mihfies Kathleen Kneitle and Grace
Wilkins of Homor, iiutood to New
castle lust Sunday.
Winnebago Chieftain: Mrs Gus
G'lodsell has returned home after
few dayH visit at the L ,1 Gondsell
home iu llomer... .Mrs J C Foltz and
Mrs Claude Thaokor visited Wednes
day afternoon at the M S Maustleld
borne.... Mrs Elizaboth Atkin wus
duv n from Homer yesterday to see
Mrs O V Nichols. She will, remain
Wakeilold Items in Wayno Demo
crat: Mr aud Mrs Edgar Larson left
Tuesday for their now name at Inman.
....Mrs Johu Rioohe, of Ltonp, is
visiting at tho homo of Mrs HP Kohl
mierandMrs Wra Walter.... Misses
Grace Long and Alta Ureeti returned
homo Wednesday evening after a
we k'n visit at tit hitii of the form
er's cousin, Mrs Dean Cornell, of Da
Emerson Enterprise: Nolsou Foan-
townslBtdnp tint (Irst of tho week
ith an attaok of rheumatism.... Mr
W Y MoLaughliu went to South Sioux
last Tuesday for a visit with her
daughter .... O E l'ersinger, ,1 It S hear
er, W U Shearer, Hans Tenseii, Tom
ltlair and Jim Ireland wont lo Hub
bard last Tuofday and aetod us pull
bourers at the funeral of Riy Francis
eo which was held at 9 o'clock that
Newcastle Times; MrsO E Hedges
and children returned Friday evouiug
from Payette, Idaho, whero she hud
been isititiK the past month with her
brother..... Mis Poto Muunion, of Da
kota City is visiting her parents hero,
Mr and Mrs. C M Duke, liil 1(,r ,UR.
baud is arranging their new home at
HUorsulc, lo, where he has recently
takeu a position with a lumber curupu
uy, Pete will bo manager of the yard
nun iiiu irienus uoro are glad to note
Taft'a Attorrey General Stands for
the "Square Deal."
Attorney General Wickerham re
flects the broad American spirit of
himself and his chief, President Taft,
in his splendid fight against the
dropping from membership in the
American Bar Association of his able
colored assistant, William H. Lewis,
It is needless to say that every sup
porter of Woodrow Wilso.i and every
ympathizer with Theodore Roosevelt
In his refusal to recognize the citi
zenship of the southern negro, is op
posed to Mr. Wickersham in his bat
tle for equal rights and fair treatment
for colored Americans.
The action of the executive com
mittee of the Bar association in revok
ing the election of three colored mem
bers, gentlemen of spotless profes
sional standing and excellent personal
character, by their local committees,
was outrageously, cruelly unjust and
ought to be repudiated by every rep
utable lawyer in the United States.
It was a concession to that southern
Democratic prejudice which seeks to
crush the spirit of manly aspiration
4n the negro's breast and to tolerate
bim only as a laborer on the planta
tions and for the households where
bit ancestors were slaves. It amounts
to an attempt to nullify the consti
tution of the United States, as
Amended after the rebellion, by men
whose sacred obligation and welcome
duty it should be to support that in
strument in their every act as lawyers
and as citizens.
In their resolute backing of Assist
ant Attorney General Lewis again:!
the assaults of rank Bourbonism and
racial prejudice, President Taft and
his attorney general have the god
cpeed of every American who believes
in the principles for which Lincoln
died, and who is determined that the
sacrifices which the nation offered up
on the altar of freedom and equal
rights for all shall not have been
made in vain.
Flist publication 8-20-3W.
Ordor of Hearing on Petition far Ap
pointment of Administratrix.
In tho County Court of Dakota County,
Stato of Nebraska, Oouuty of Dakota ss.
To Oinco K. Armour ami to nil persons
intoi cited in the estate of David Waterman,
Ou readliiK tho petition of Giaco K. Ar
mour pinyluK that the n(lmlnlRt,ratlon of
said estato be granted toQiace E. Ai incur,
It is hereby ordored that you, and all
poisons Interested iu said matter, may,
and do, appear at the county eourt to lio
held In and for said county, on the 7th
day of OctotMjr, A. I) 1012. at 10 o'clock
a. iu to bIiov, cause, If any there bo, why
the prayer of tho petitioner should not bo
grunted, mid that notice ot tho pendency
of said petition und that tho henrlnu there
of be then to all persons Intel ested In snid
matter by publishing a copy of tills order
In tho Dakota Oouuty lleiald, n weekly
noWHpapor printed In said county, for three
8Uccosslo weeks prior to said day of hear
ing. Witness my hand, nnd seal of said court
this 14th day of September, A. D. IBIS.
1) U. IIKKKKUNAN,
ska n County Judge.
First publication 9-1S w
NOTICE OK OPEN1NO IIOAD.
To all whom It may concern:
Htato of Nebraska. Dakota county, ss.
Tho commissioner appointed to locate
and report ou n proposed load commencing
on tho section lino between sections thirty
four fiHlnud thlrty-llvo (:is) in township
twenty-soven (27), range eight (8) enst of
the sixth (nth) V. M.. In Dakota county,
Nebiaska, und running thence north on the
tec t ton lino between sections thirty-four
(at) and thirty-llvo(3o), ami sections twenty
six (20) and twonty-boven ' 27) and sections
twenty-two (23) and twonty-threo (2a), nil
in said township and range, to tho north
east corner of the southeast quarter ot the
s mthcast quarter of said section twenty
two(22)and running thence east to Inter
sect with tho public road known as tho
llomer and Winnebago road and thorc ter
minate, has reported In favor of the estab
lish montthoroof, and all objections i here to.
oralaliiiH for damages, must be tiled in the
county alerk's otlloo on or botoro noon of
the 8th day of Novemltor, A. I) 1012, or
utioh load will bo established without fur
ther referonco thereto.
Dated September 7th. A. D., 1012.
I(C(1 WIIKIIIS. UOIIIIiy IJIfTK.
EDWARD T. KEARNEY, President
Lyons Mirror: M M Warner n.i
f wife attended a reooption at Hom,r
.Saturday evening given by the hitter's
ulster, Mrs Florence Nixon, iu honor
of the marriage of her son John to
Miss Adutli MeOoleniHti of Hxikano,
Wash... Jt.8 MutiNlleld was in Lj.
mis Haturday. He is a son of the Ute
Martin H Munsfleld one of the earliest
pioneers of Kurt and Dakota counties
Ho and the Hart boys of this nhice
i lined lo chop wood iu the same on up
at Deoatur manv years hro, and iu tlitt
fall nl 1805 Mr Mai'Ml-ld ciriie-t the
hi otiop bullets from Ueoi'ur over tin
old Indian trail for West Point pa
iug over the subsequent towu of Lwms,
, The Wilson Fall Frost.
The free trade Evening Post pub
lishes a lot of figures to show what
rwould happen if all the states voted
the same as Vermont in November.
A two-and-three-makes-five school
tsoy could tell the free trade Evening
Post that if alt the states should vot
in November the same way Vermonl
has voted Taft would have the wholt
It came early, but it came with a
Tilte to it the Wilson fall frost.
Bryan and Parker were both elected
In Aurjust and buried under a snow
storm of ballots in November, and
Wilson it Lurrying to the same snow
Mother of Eighteen Children.
"I niu the mother of eighteen child
reti anil have the praise of doing more
iork than a in young woman in mi
toivu," writes' Mrs O .1 Muriin, Hoon'e
Mill. Va "I snff.re.1 for live rears
with stomach tioubl and could tint
("t a a uiuoh as a biscuit without suf
fering I have taken three bottles of
hambcrliiiu'H tomaoli unit- Liver
TalihlH and am ti"W a well woman
Mid el(jh 1G8 pounds I O'lti eat
itn tiling I uaiit to as tiinoli us I want
till I fei-lb'tter thxti I h ve at titiT
time in ten ytvira I r, tt-r to HlivniiM
iu lloonti Mill if vieiuiti nil th-v M
von for whit Ih.iv ''"mbor'ain'o
Titbit t- are lor mile In ull dealers.
First publication l-8-4w
81U.WAL.K BEbOLUTION OF VILLAGE
He it resolved by tho (llialrmaiinnd Hoard
ot Trustees of tho Village of Dakota Ulty.
'ebra.sUi. that now sidewalks, nt least four
feet 111 width, Ixt eonsti noted of cement,
along and abutting upon the following lots
and blocks In said lliago as follows: Along
tho west sldo of lot IU in block l.'W, K. A.
Wood owner: along thouisl side of lot I In
block I'd, A. T. llaaie o ner; ulong the east
side of lot 12 in block l"u, S, A. Ilelkes own
er; nlong tho west end of lot -1. ii and tl In
lilrcW Hs, Fields A Slaughter (lo. owners;
along the west end of lots 7, 8 nnd Kiln block
8S, f.eorso u. Urntr owuer: along tho west
end of lolHOiind 11 In block 83. Will II. Orr
owner; nlong the west end of lot 12 In block
88, John Foley ownor; along tho west end
of lots 13, 14 and 15 In block 88. Nancy M.
Tho above sidewalks shall bo constructed
according to law and the ordinances ami
spoultlcatlous adopted by sold village.
A special meeting of the llotiid of Trus
tees of said village will I hi hold for tho pur
pose of consldeilug benelTts deilved from
said linpiovcmonlM and placing valuations
aud assessments nccoidtng to law upon the
lots and blocks adjoining said linos of side
wall.. on Friday. Oetotier 4, 1D12, nt So'clo k
p. m. at tho otllco of Sidney T. Frum, In
aid Hinge of Dakota City, Nebraskn.
I hereby certify that tho foiegolng reso
lution Is a truo aud coi reot copy of the side
walk resolution pasn-d by tho Village Hoard
ifTiusteosof the Village of Dakota Oity.
S'elnaska, nt a regular meeting of said
iMtard, hold on the Uid day of September,
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Utc Herald and
Now Idea Mugaztuo. . ,X $1
Sioux City Daily und Sunday
Journal 6 00
without 8unday 4 20
to rural routo patrons 8 f
Towu Homestead 1 7D
Woman's World 1 20
-Hampton's " 1 75
LipoineoM's " ... 2 75
Omaha-Posten, svenskarnes tldnlng,
pa prof till arets slut, endast 25 cents.
The Best MEAT at All Times
' and at Prices that will make it
an object for you to Trade at
Yours for Business and a Square Deal,
Louis F Loretvz
Dakota. City, Nobr.
Agent for Seymour's Laundry, Best in the City.
H, F McKcever
Farm Loans, Real Estate, Insurance of all Kinds,
Steamship tickets, Conveyancing.
I expect to bring my family to Jackson this fall lend
ing my best efforts to build up town and county.
I have ALL the good Insurance Companies represented
so many years by Ed T. Kearney, and promise you
my very best efforts to "ALWAYS treat you
RIGHT," as he did for a quarter century. Just
phone or drop me a card, and will call at any time.
II F McKecver,
EVERYTHING in Insurance: .
Companies Rates Treatment
The Very Best Possible for Me to Give.
East of the Court House for the Best in I
I Wines, Liquors and Cigars I
Bond & Lillard, Old Elk, Sherwood Rye Whiskies. I
I Henry Krumwiedet Ditlto c'y wbk
Bottle or Keg I
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Everything in the line of
Harness and Horse Goods
Harness Made To Order, Only
Blankets and Robes of all kinds.
Big Assortmont of the best brand of Whips
Repair Work that's our specialty.
Autumn Special Rates
Low One. Way Rates to Pacific Coast
Special colonist rates Sept. 25 to Oct. 10, S30 to California,
Oregon, Washington, British Columbia; S25 to Utah, Central
Montana, Eastern Idaho Secure berths early. Tickets good
in chair cars or through tourist sleepers to Salt Lake, Los An
geles, San Francisco, via Scenic Colorado, and to Spokane,
Portland, Seattle, over the Great Northern und Northern Pa
Round Trip, Pacific Coast
The SCO coast rate is in effect daily until September 30th with
speeial S55 rate Oct. 12, 14, 15 to Portland and Seattle.
September is the last month for these rates to Atlantic Sea
board, Eastern resorts, Colorado, the Black Hills, or other
summer localities. Yellowstone Park rates expire Sept. 12.
Dry Farming Congress At Lethbridge, Alberta, October 21-25.
Special rates available.
Special free publications cover any journey yon desire to make.
Describe it to your nearest Burlington Agent, let him furnish
you printed matter, or obtain the same from the undersigned.
W. E. vSnethen, Agent, Dakota City, Nebr.
L. W. Warklev, Q P A, Oioaba, Nub
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