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THE MIND OF
upon the nutritive qual
ities of its food. As
bread makes up a large
part of our diet, order
Metz s Bread and your
bread will be right. '
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tariff Duties Not Paid by Users
L of American Goods. w
HIS ADDRESS SHOULD BE READ
Worker Will Recognize His Distortion
of Figures and Facts and Will Not
Bo Beguiled by It Shows How
Hard Pushed the Democrats Are
For an Argument.
It is to be hoped that every Amer
ican worker in the various industries
protected by the tariff will read the
address of Mr. Underwood, Demo
jritic leader of the house of repre
sentatives, in which he sets forth as
taxation the tariff duties on articles in
ordinary use. There is nothing novel
In the Underwood distortion of tariff
Ugtirea and facts. It is as threadbare
Bs free tradp, as threadbare as the
sHerican Tvorkingman would soon be
he should allow himself to be be-
Eilled by Underwood and other vo
ries of the late Confederate consti
tution into the surrender of Repub
It is true, as UnderwoodNays, that
Ihe tariff taxes he describes are im
posed on articles such as he describes
woolen clothing, shoes, the tin pail,
window pane, carpet, etc., but he is
wholly and deliberately wrong and
misleading when he says that the du
ties in questi.n are imposed on or
dded to the cost of these articles, as
usod in the ordinary American family.
The tariff tax is imposed on goods
manufactured abroad and imported
Hot sale in competition with goods
sttsde in America by American work
trg earning American wages.
The man or woman who is satisfied
with the product of American labor
and nine-tenths of the American peo
ple are so satisfied has no tariff tax
ko pay, and this is shown by the fact
Itfant the American article, with its
(manufacture fostered by protection, is
'often cheaper in price than the im
ported would be wtihout paying tariff
The tariff duties prevent excessive
Imports, which would flood the mar
Icets, as imported goods flooded the
market under the tariff reductions
made by the Democratic Wilson bill
of 1894, reducing not only the tariff,
(but reducing also the demand for
American goods and for American
labor to make American goods.
Mr. Underwood's statement is cheap
Wxptrap. We had supposed that style
icf talk too muddy and cobwebbed for
Wther exercise, and the fact that it
is again dragged out of the discard
proves how hard pushed the free
(trade Democracy is for something to
olttr is waning cause.
la often caused by indigestion and
constipation, and quickly diRitppears
when Ghaniborlaiu's Stomach und
Liver Tabids aro taken. For solo by
Tho Herald for News when it is News
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Headquarters for nil school supplies
at the Dakota Uity Puartnuoy.
Goorgn Grilible, of South Omaha,
was a ieitor here with relatives ovor
MB Robert Veaoh, of Des Lacs, N
D, is here on a visit at tho home of her
on, A W Veuch.
Willi snow in the western part of
tho statu tho weather this wcuk Iihs
boon of Hie Into fall variety.
IUmill Uros, of Homer, won about
everything on White. Huff and B L
Wyandottea, carrying fomteen prizes
nt the Interstate fitir.
Wo Imvo a nieo display of nlntn
ninun ware and alno ii niuo htook of
Imrdwure, gruni wa.ro, etc, at right
prioi's. Schrievor Bros.
G Dunn, of Cuntou, 8 D, iih down
to the Intert-tnto fair lnnt weeh tin ii
Npent it couple of daya here ut the
hnme of his daughter, Mrs Ed Fred
Peaches by tho obi, 85c. Jonathan
opplen 3fo per peck, .lersoy swuet
potaloett fio per putul. Nit-e canning
peiUN $1 41' pur liunliel. Beat it if
yon can Knei pnt-V Grocery.
Undertaker Wm F Dickinson, of
Sioux Oitv, whs here Tnesdity and dis
iutereil tho bodies of W E nhane, Al
fred hane, Roilerick Middleton mid
Bby Middleton, forremovul toGraco
hind cemetery, Hionx City.
If you are fond of smoking a good
pipe, go to Vim do Zedde'a i nd see
tho elegant assortment lie has on dis
play before you buy elsewhere. Yon
will find them prioed so low that jou
cun't affoid to look further.
O 0 Rod wood, special naturalization
Hgent for the government, wan here
Wednesday cheesing over the records
of Clurk of tho Di.stiiit Ouurt Wilkinp.
do found tho records just as tky
Alfred ReV'moiir, wlio wiib run over
liy n waon loud of shingles Wednea
daj of last week, when his team be
came frighteuod and ran awav, is re
covering fioni his injuries, und will
soon be himself again.
GewW MoReatu returned Sunday
from a trip to Florida. He hasn't found
a location to suit him yet, und will re
main hero for the winter. In the mou
time ho will act uh ugent for one of
the many land compauioa in Florida,
Burglars entered the H At Stinson
store Monday night thiongli n cellar
window in tho rear of tlio building,
coming up through the collur way
About $2 00 in chsnge left in the
drawer was taken. INDtuing else was
missed. No cine whatever was left by
On Bconuut of a misunderstanding
between Tom Roouey and E Christen
sen, both of Hnbbard, tho former
Btrnok Mr ChriHtenseu, who in turn
came to Dakota Gity Tuesday and
swore out a warrant in Judge Heffer
nan's court charging Roouey with as
sault and battery.
George Wilkins and wife arrived
home last Saturday morning fioni a
short wedding trip to Denver A re
ception wbb tendered them Saturday
evening at tho Frank Uroy bill homo,
where the guests turned the gather
ing into a gruuito shower, and gave
Mr and Mrs Wilkins a supply of gran
ite utiuBils to Bturt housekeeping with.
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SEPT. 25 TO
OCT. S, 1812
mike arrancements to let ont
or more ot the mitnlnctnt
Automobile Floral Parada.
Tuesday afternoon, Oot. 1st.
Wednesday nlcht, Oot. 2nd.
Thursday afternoon, Oot. Srd.
Friday nleht. Oot. Uh.
CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAY
will bo brought here so ereryone oan
see tho jrreateit Wild West
Show la tho world. Bucking
urononos Rough Riders la- 9
dlans. Coma and aao th m
rani Chavinna fthnt... P....
afternoon from Sept. 28 to Oot. s, lnuluslro. i
In addition to all this there will be tho
m !., asxa 0
Dakota County Abstraot 0:
J. J. BINE
See Dakota City Pharmacy boforo
buying your paints and oils,
Wm want Nebraska Farms. Soo
Laud Co., 405 Fourth Ut Sioux Oity.
Huy a good farm on the Dakota
oounty bottom. I have Eimors.it.
Mrs Kale, of MoriiiiiRsido, was a
Sunday visitor at tho A W Veaoh
I want to sell my houso and lot as I
want to go cast to live. Mrs Lizzlo
Ilttv Warren and family expcot to
leave Monday for their new homo at
Wm Horry and wife CBmo down
Wortnepday from Ponca for u visit at
tho E H Ooruoil homo.
Leo MuPherNou came in from Durge
last week, and will attend n busiuoss
college the coming winter.
Judge and Mr R E Evans entertain
ed Wodncnduy evening complimentary
to Mr and Mis George Wilkins.
ArtNorlyko and littlo son woro
Sunday Visitors here from Sioux City
at the Mrs Mollio Uroy hill home.
Services will bo held, in tho M E
ohurch next Sunday, the 20th, nt 11 a
m and 8pm Sunday school at the
usual hour. Ruv J Crews.
Frank Brothurtou and family re
moved to South Sioux City Inst week.
Rich Powell has moved into the houso
vacated by tho Brothertons.
All kinds of pipes suitable in pri- e
to your pooketbook. If you want a
high priced pipt something flue wo
have it. Or if you want a cheap one,
and a good ono, too we havo them
also. Van do Zuddo.
J 8 Montgomery, living southwest
of Dakota City, lost a horse tho past
week from the disease provalont among
the horses in this state. Several oth
ers had horsps affected bv the disease
tint by taking them in tirno havo
pulled thorn through,
A chango has been mado in the
operating department of the tolephono
exohuL'go in this place. Miss Hattie
ChriHtenseu and sinter, of Neligh, Neb,
will have ohargeof the boanl hereafter,
whilo the management of theoxohuugo
and tho other business connected with
the looal service will be under the
management of F H Forrest as before.
John Harnosund family arrived here
last Saturday from Owankn, S D.
Mr Humes went on to Lawton, Io,
Tuesday, whoro he has accepted a po
sitiou with an elevato company, Mrs
Harries and children will visit lure at
tho home of Mrs Harne.' grandmother,
Mrs 8 O Hileman, until Mr HarnoH
can get a suitable rcsidcuco for them
Notwithstanding the disagreeable
weather which provailod all of last
week, tho Interstate Fair held at
Woodland park, Sionx Oity, drew good
crowds every day It has been re
marked quite frequently that this has
been about the best fair t)io Interstate
ponple have pulled off oven if Dako
ta onuuty did not have an exhibit on
Weill Well II Hero wo Bro. Who
said the Rawleigh Co. had quit for
who busted') We thank you ono and
11 for past fuvuis and liberal patron
age, and solicit your future trade. Wo
havo a complete line of Rawleigli's
liemedieB on baud, with headquarters
just north ofjthe court house in Dakota
City. Wo are here to stay, I'm glad
to say with Rawleigh goods, tho best,
Tho Rawleigh Mao,
Robert J. Browning.
Begiuuing todav (Thursday) tho
patrons of the postofllce in this plao
will have the benefit of another mail
to Sioux Oity service on the Norfolk
train due here at 3:2)8 having been ex
tended through to Sionx Oity. This
gives Dakota City niue mails on woek
da.sandtwo on Sundays, us au ex
change of muil will also be mado with
tho Norfolk train going west on Sun
day mornings. To somo who do not
understand it, mail can be sent to
points on the Burlington on Sunday,
T his mail is sont to tho Omaha-Sioux
GHy traiu at 12:13 and is transferred
to tho Burlington, fontli. A reply
oun bo sent back Sunday ovening,
"which is carried to Sioux ity and
reaches us Monday morning, giving us
almost a daily service with points on
A short session of district conrt was
held here Monday by Judge Quy T
O raves and a few cases only worn dis
posed of. An adjournment wsb taken
until Thursday of this week. No jury
work 'van taken up, the jury having
been oxonsod for this term.
In tho case of tho Stato against
G.'orgo Johnson for breaking into
Jumna Flynu'fl saloon at South Sionx
Oity recently, Johnson entered a ploa
of guilty and was sentouoed to pay
Flynu $5,00, and bo oontluod in tho
county juil for 10 days on bread und
water and pay the costs in the case.
In tho matter of the estate of John
L Nixon, decpused, u license was
crriinf.iwl in ilra TCiTrtti tnuall ritdl ioKiln
as muted for.
A divoron was granted Alico Bull
from L B Ball, as prayed for, aud
costs tuxed to defendant.
mo caso ot J as outliorlanri vs Matt
Zuluuf was sottlcd and dismissed,
A judgment aud deoreo of forpolo
surn was granted in the case of Ras
mus Anderson vs B 0 Empflcld.
Ada, Sadio and Kthol Brnthorton
have movod with thoir folks to South
Tho first and socond grades had
their ilrBt lesson in color lust Wednes
Fifteen wero absent from tlio second
primary room at difforont times tho
Oharlotte Warren and Emma
Schmidt rankod first in tho spelling
content m tho fourth grade. Anna
Blutioho Evans and George Langhrey
rauked first in the third grade content.
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Freeman Quiutoll has raukod first
for this month in tho fifth und sixth
grado arithmotio contest. Theodore
Frederick ranks first in spelliug.
All but four of tho grammar room
were absent at differeut times the past
woek attending the Interstate fair.
Tho additional apparatus for phys
ics bus urrived,
Elmer Bierman visited tho sohool
ast Mouday. 11 is u senior iu the
iiJUX ( ii) IiIkIi rchi.ol ,
8 CqRRESPONDENCE J
Frank Forrest, of Dakota City, was
in Hubbard, Wednesday,
Mary Uagan cumo homo Friday
evening to rumaiu oot Sunday,
Bring in your produco, butter, eggs,
etc Wo always pay tho top price. 0
Mat Paul and wife, of Humor, visit
ed the past week at tho Joo Leedom
W M Mitchell and wife, of Lako
Park, Io, aro visiting at tho Sam Thorn
home. Mr Mltohul is a brother of Mrs
Rev Jcsyorsen, of Omaha, was n
Sunday aud Monday visitor nt tho L
Fall shoes, work shoes and school
slioea at O Anderson (Jo's.
L Alldrid will movo into tho Shay
house abi.ut Oot-ibor first.
A precinct caucus will bo held in
Hubbard, Neb, September 30, 1012.
at 8 p m, for tlio purpose of nominat
ing u precinct ticket for the coming
year, ii F Oaiu, Committeeman.
A duncu will bu given in the Dauish
Brotherhood hall Heptuniunr 27.
MrsNyo, of Poudor, visited over
Sunday at tho home of her parents,
Mr and Mrs A L Anderson.
If you want a sweater coat or joisoy
boo what wo havo to offer in this lino.
Word was received hero last'wcok
that John Knt, formerly of Hubbard
but now ol Sioux City, had married u
Miss Fayc Subino Mctcaif. Mr Kent
is a most worthy young man, being
employed in tho Geo Buacom pharmu-
oy in Sioux City, und wo wish him all
kinds of prosperity.
John Rookwell will bo ono of tho
assistants in the library at tho Wayno
State Noimal thiB year. John has a
bright future before him.
Miss Pedorson, of Pender, spent
over Sunday at tho John May Hold
You ncod a rain coat and rubber
boots, aud you can get jtiBt what you
need at Anderson Co.
Fred Nelson mado his regular visit
lust Sunday. Oh I you Fred.
Miss Martha Smith visited last woek
at the Joo Ebl homo. She lelt
Thursday morning for u visit with hei
sister, Mrs Dierking, of Dakota City,
after which she will visit her parents
u few days before returning to Ho
Will Dndgo cumo up last week for
tilo IulrstaUi fair, returning Ulu lili-t
of the week to his homo in Holt
Woolen and cotton blankets in nil
grades ut pii'ts that will savb you
oioiiey. George Timliu.
E Christensen and Carl Anderson
wero somu of thosu from here who
heurd tho Wilson speech in Sioux City.
Mrs Paul Sharp is still at Olrailet-,
ton, Oklu, wueio her urothor is sou
ousn ill with u cancer.
Mrs Joe Lccdom spent Monday nt
the O L Thompson home. Joo was
nursing a sick headache TucBduy,
Mrs Z.ti p, of Emerson, was visiting
relatives hero tho past week.
Whh every $2.00 worth of goods
purchased at our store you arooutitlco
tj u Hue framed picture, liy a payment
of only 49o extra, O Anderson Co.
E Christensou had business at Da
kota Cicy Tuesday afternoon.
Beaoom Bros curried off several hog
prizes in tho Duroo Jonoy exhibit
ut tho Interstate fair. They also made
several sales of stock they had on ex
hibition. Curl fcrederiokson und Henry Han
sun were county seat visitors Monday
The latter look out his lluul naturaliza
tion papers and is now a full Hedged
citizen of tho U S.
Seo our new liuo of fall and winter
uuuurweur for men, wooiou and cnilu
ron. Geo Timlin.
Word was received horo that Mr
and Mrs Ed Long aro now settled tit
Oolorado Spriugs, Col, and like it ilno.
Mr and Mrs H Uolsuu visited lust
Friday at tho Mads Nelson home near
Annu and Lars Jopporson and Huns
Nulseu returned Tuesday from u week's
visit iu Sioux City.
Fall bcuding and blankets of all
kinds at C Anderson Go's.
Mrs Hormun Noluon was in tho cit
the lattor part of the week,
Herman Nolsen bought a oar load
of Oitttlo iu Sioux City last woek.
John Thornoby visited relatives hore
Mr and Mrs Olias Varvis und
daughter, aud Mrs John Van Uoulou
woro in Elk Point, S D, Tuesday,
Weducsduy aud Thursday of last
Mtnnio Keefo is toaohiug at Purkor,
I Born To Roy Hellar and wifo, Sep
fmber l'J, 1012.
W D McOurthy, of Ponoo, Nib,
had business here Monday.
Mrs W S Burmiughum, of Blonco,
Io, is visiting iu the U Hollar homo.
Margaret Boacom, of Wuterbury,
bus outered St Outlierine's ucudemy,
Ouzel Ilungurforil, of Sioux Oity,
spent lust week iu tho Junpor Mitchell
IlausKnudsen is having soma now
cement walks luid arouud his resi
dence M A Quinn has accepted a position
as manager of tho Atlas el vatnr at
Peail Welsh returned Saturday
ovening from a visit with rolativea at
Mary Wutors departed
Madison, Wis, to attend
ty tne coming year.
Noil Ryuii departed Monday for
Culver, Iud, to resumo his studios ut
the Culver Military acudetuy,
Margaret O'Garu. of Mohler, 8 D,
and Mrs O A Barrett, of Sioux Oity,
aro guests iu tho John Brady homo.
There will bo a dancing party in St
Patrick's hall Friday evening, Sep-
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it-iiM'o il, mid ilhiu liy 1'uru t
orohu in, hopper ill bu i-ervo i by
It took an organized body of stove ex
perts nearly fifty years to perfect it.
There is no other Base Burner like it,
because the features that make it such
a wonder ail and economical heater are
patented. It is the most attractive
and best made stove, too.
In the Triple exposed Flues you will find one
reason why it will save fully one half on your
coal bills. But there are many other
reasons too many to mention here.
Come and see us, and we will show
you that there is no other base
immm burner that
ss the Favorite.
Edwards & Bradford Lmbr. Co.
Dakota City, Neb.
tho ladies of tho Altar society,
E J Mullalloy shipped a car of feed
ers to his ranch at Chambers, Nob,
Monday. Ho and wifo loft iu thoir
auto Monday morning.
Mrs Beoky Gurnor has purchased
two. lots in tho Puoiflo towusite of
James Flynn and is erecting u littlo
oottaRO for herself thereon.
Rachel Ohicoine, a studont in St
OutliHren's academy, was oallod homo
on acooupt of the serious condition of
her father, who was injured last Sat
urday afternoon by fulling from the
roond story of IiIh homo at Jefftrwui,
i D. He was removed to St Joseph'
hospital. Sioux Oity, and his condition
Caught a Bad Cold.
"Last wiutor my son caught a very
bud cold aud tho way ho coughed was
Hometliiug dreadful," Writes Mrs Sa
rah E Duncan, of tiptou, Iowa. "We
thought suro ho was going into con
Mimption. Wo bought just one bottle
of Ohatnborlain'B Uough Remedy an. I
that ono bottlostnppod his cough and
cured his cold completely." F.ir salt
by all dealers,
We havo Nebraska, bu Dakota, Min
nesota, Iowa and Texus farms for sale
or trado. Also city propoity. Soo
Land Uo. 405 Fourth St., Sioux Oity.
fi'AAL ESTATE TRANSFER8.
Olark J Curry to (loo m Uurry, lotAblk
7ti, Oovlrmton Annox to Ho HooOlty.,1 260
II HClrlbbloamt wifo toHtoplron ltoolt
well. nwK HWi M-29-H M00
Httn m Sponcor to llannli m Italph,
lots a). ,26. blk U, Hallway addition
to Houth Sioux Oity , 226
Jos A Koyo J rand wifo ant) Jos A Foyo
grand wifo to Htophnn Howard and
Tliox K iMcey, m andor description
in Uhrystal lako park 1
Dlarthoe Quickly Cured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr
Yorks, tho merchant hore, porsuadtd
Trio to try a bottle of Chamberlain's
folio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
After taking ono dose of it I ivus cured.
It also cured others that I gave it to,"
writi a M EGobhurt, Oriole. Ph. That
in not at all uuusttal, Au ordinary at
tauk of diarrhoea can almost iuvaria
lily bo cured by ono or two doses of
this remedy. For sale bv all dealers,
R R Time Table
C, St. P., M.A O.
Trains loavo Dakota Oity at tho fol
OHTHBOOHD BOOTH IlOlJNl
fi-.Vfi pm Omaha 7:58 m
10:10 am Omahs to. 17 pi
8 :88 pm Norfolk f8 :!!!) m
0:87 am Norfolk 1:58 pi
7 :85 am Nowoastlb .... 10 :10 m
2:01 pm " 5:011 pn
12:18pm Omaha. ...... 2 :80 au.
8:88 pm Norfolk 8:88 un
9:37 am Norfolk 1:58 pm
daily except Sunday, t do not sto
C B& Q
Xo. 91 Looal Froight 7 :15 urn
17 " Passongor.. 12 :57 pm
No 92 Local Freight 2 :25 pm
10 Looal Passonger.!:1 0 pm
daily. daily except Sunday.
V!t offer One Hundred Dalian Reward for nj
mm ot Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall'i
F, J. ('IIKNRY A CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the underalgned, havo known r, J. Chiney
for tho laat 15 years, and belloo him I-rlfCtly hon
orable In all builnewi tranaaetlnm and financially
able to carry out any ohlliraUonn made by hU firm.
Waldino. Kinnan Ic MAHtltf,
holenalo DrueKhta. Toledo O.
Ilall'a Catarrh Cure it taken Internally acting
directly iHn the blood and mucous turface of the
yitem Iritlmonlala lent free, I'rlco Ii ccnta pel
bottle. Sold by all IirusiiUts.
rake Hall' Family I'lHa for constipation.
The IImj1(I, $1 i.?r
Scores of women will do it . this
winter, hi some poor, old base
burner ; and they'll get very little
warmth out of it, too.
Doirt you think it would be a good idea
to buy a First Class Favorite Base Bur
ner, with Triple Exposed Flues, and save
enough on your coal bills this winter to
buy a new dress in the spring? It is a
positive fact the Favorite does burn
less coal and throws out more heat than
any other base burner made.
will compare with
Specials for Saturday, Sep. 28
For this Day Only
3 pkgs A-l Toothpicks 10c
3 pkgs Macaroni or Spaghetti ' 25c
7 Bars Beat 'Em All Soap '....25c
0 Cans Beauty Milk: .25c
1-lb Can of Pink Salmon 13c
1 gallon Karo Syrup 40c
6-lb Sack Jersey Pancake Flour 25c
1 quart Ripe Olives 75c
American Print Calicos, per yd - 6Kc
All our Heavy Outings, worth 12jc 10c
All our Heavy Outings, worth 10c, at 9c
A few of those, Dress Shirts left, at 49c
SCHOOL SHOES th the beginning of the
School Season we are dis
playing a large line of Children's School Shoes, guaranteed
in every way for wear and comfort. Look our Shoes over
and be convinced of the bargain opportunities awaiting
iHapp u"?iTtT aiiAHKirrti
gy g RHt Hfi4i wtiftwm
Wm. F. Dickinson.
Saii ti MHaiurk
RiA'lLi5Wll!llllJl!)R5'wC55' Jws i
UBBtJSi 1 1 1 1 1 Xftff5jCPifc
415 Sixth Street
Sioxsx City Iov.