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We have just received a small car of No. 2 Nut Hard
Coal. This is a little smaller than tne regular uiesiuuc
size, but especially good for small base burners.
We have also just got in a car of Range Coal, and it
is eoing fast. Beiter send in an order for some before it
is all taken.
Our Soft Coal stock is complete.
We like to hear the bells ring. Phone your orders
to No. 10.
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Abstracts of -Title
A $10,000 Surety Bond
Onaranteei tho sooursoy of srsry
Abstraot I make
Dakota County Abstract
J. J. EINER
City - MesUfc - Maa.rk.et
WM. F. LORBNZ, Proprietor
Dakota. City, Nebr.
Back in the old stand, ready to
serve you at all times with the best
Meats at the lowest living prices. j2
Order your Poultry and Meats
Agent for Seymour's Laundry, Best in the City.
E. F Rasmusseiv
Write me, Jackson, leb. R 1.
or call, 1 mile west of
News From Lincoln.
Thoro will bo something (loin this win
ter at your stnte capital and you will want
tokooptnbor.lt. Laws will bo made that
will affeot you directly, no mattor how
much or how llttlo you own. Wntoh your
homo roprosentntlvo and see how ho stands
on nil those questions, if you wnnt a real,
live, progressive, fearless nnd outspoken
newspnper. rlRht from the soat of war.
send BO cents to The Lincoln Dally News
and you will receive thnt big dally during
the whole sossion 01 mu kbiwhiuioi "t
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The very stones of the Great Pyramid
ol Ghteh live crying out In no uncer
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Veals the solutions to problems which
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spent fhiiuloiis sums in vain to find
snd which men of nele noe have encoun
tered hardships to analyze.
Thin wonderful testimony of the
Groat Stone Witness, with its general
description and storehouse of Truth,
scientific, historic and prophotlc, with
Bible alluslouH to it, the importance of
Its location and verifications of as
tronomical and Koographlcnl deduc
tions. Is an extensive chapter of a oJ
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thousand voluntary testimonial lotteis
which linvo been received from grntefiil
peoplo SOLACE has roktored to hoaltli.
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H. I.ee Mori Is. president of the First N
tlonal bank of Cllili'o, Texas, wrote the Sol
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Deputy Mnrshnl Sides was a passen
ger to Omaha Wednesday.
Don't Jforgot BreunB coffee, it is
still in the lead. Van sells it.
Chas Stewart, of Allen, was hero on
business ut the oourt house Monday.
A. baby boy was born to Chas Snter
and wife, of South Bionx City, on Sun
day. County Olerk Geo Wilkins was a
paesrfngor to Lincoln Wednesday on
Banker W L Robb drove down from
Dixon Saturday evening on business,
Mrs M L Lothrop and children hava
taken up their residence in the Grib
ble house north of the bank.
A Shetland pony, saddle and bridle
given free. For full particulars write
Independent Farmer, Lincoln, Neb.
A o have a better stook of Hardware
etc, than wo ever had, aud you will
find our prices right. Sohriever Bros.
A social danco will bo given in the
Ayres Hall Tuesday evening, Februa
ry 4th. (Jollins Bros will furnish the
Mrs Georce Burnett returned home
Tuesday evening from a month's visit
with her parents and other relatives at
Mis Byron Kinkend, whose husband
is btntioned at Des Moines, la, in the
navy recruiting station, la hero on a
week's visit at the BL Broyhill home.
Man past 3u with horse and buggy
to nrll otock condition powders in Da
kota county. $70.00 per month. Ad
dress, Boom 2, 1106 Farnam Str,
Harry Hough, n former nBawtant in
the Edw.arda & Bradford lnmbor yard
here came down iiom Volin, 8 D, hint
Friday and paoked and shippod his
household goods to that place.
Mib Henry Sunt, of l'onca, arrived
ho-o last Friday nnd will make her
homo witli Iter Hister-in-law, Mrs Fred
Dneiming, who is a sufferer with rheu
matism and hardly able to get urouud.
The ladies of the Salem Lutheran
church will serve an oyster slipper in
the church- thin, Friday, evening, .Ian
uary 24th. (Jhiokon and rolls will
alno be on the menu. Evorybody in
vited. Guy Sides and F A Wood returned
home last wpek from their trip to south
ern TexuB, where they went to look at
a land pioposition. Irrigated laud is
o11intr ,ih hiuh us $400 an aero thoro.
Neither ef them invested.
,7 E Johnson, who had boon aerving
iu tin capacity of night operator at
the Burlington station here for the
pnot few weoks t hilo the rush of ioo
shipping from Crystal lake was on,
left Sunday with ins wile lor moir,
homo at Pawnee Oity, Neb.
Following is a list, of tho jurors
drawn to servo at tho regular spring
term of tho district court of Dakota
county, to bo held February 3, 1913:
Geo Stewart, 1) L L'-ap, Joseph Ueo
ui'V. .1 W JehHiiii. Jfihn Duinko. John
I Evans, Win O'Dell. John Oritz,
Fred Kipper, lloury Enriglit, Ed
Real estate loans. Geo Wilkins Ad"
Al Pizy mado a busjnecs trip to
W E Morrison has moved his family
to tho Harden hosao near tho depot.
Buy a good farm on tho Dakota
ounty bottom. I havo it. Elinors.
H A Bridonbaugh and Ollie tlnle
shipped a buuoh of fat cattlo Thurs
Julius Quintal bos gono to South
Dakota to invest in somo Stunly county
Mrs F H Forrest and son Frank, nro
spending tho week at Movillc, Io, with
Mrs Forrest's parents,
Bert Hood was down from Jackson
Saturday on business, and made Tho
Herald a friendly visit.
Scott Rockwell returned last Fri
day to his "claim" at Akron, Col, after
a month's vinit with relatives here.
Hugh MoKcover, of Jackson, was
taken to Lincoln Wednesday and con
signed to the inebriate asylum for
Copy for tho bar dookot for tho Feb
ruary Hrd 1013, term of district court
oouttins fifteen stnte cases, and fifty
two civil cases.
D H Hager writes tlmt he arrived iu
Moose Jaw, Cau, tho 18th and found
tho weather flue, with no snow to speak
of. The thormomcter registered 11
Beit Bra8fleld oamo down fiom his
claim near Owauka, S D, last week
anil will spend tho remainder of tho
winter hereabouts. He has made final
proof on his claim.
Deputy U S Marshal John F Sides
toturned home Monday from a week's
stay at Omaha, Ho picked np sevoral
priboners at Winnebago and took them
to Omaha on a charge of bootlegging.
While on his reoent trip to Florida
Walter Cheney invested in a 320 acre
tract of land, aud will dispose of his
interests here aud remove to Florida
in tho near future. Ho is very enthu
siastic over tho climnto and the oppor
tunities offered in that country.
It was reported that sovcral cases of
smallpox had developed at tho Con
sumers Ico plant at Crystal lake.
whore ubout 300 mou nro at work put
ting up See. Dr O H Maxwell was
called thoro Wednesday to investigate
but found no one infeoted with the
The Herald printed sale bills the
past week for tho John H Campbell
aalo, near Goodwin, to bo held Febru
ary 5th; also the W A Brownsale, be
tween Hubbard and Goodwiu, to bo
hold February 11th. Each of these
sales have a large list of personal prop
erty to dispoeo of.
Henry Oehlerking died al his farm
homo near Sergeant Bluff, la, Wed
nesday, January 22, 1012, ago 78 years,
of old age. Ho formerly resided in
this county. He loaves a wife and
five ohildren William, Frod and Carl
Oohlorking, and Mrs Henry Runge
nnd Mrs Louis Dierking. Tho iuneral
will bo held today, Friday, from tho
home at 1 o'clock. Interment wi'l bo
in Gracelaud comotery, Sioux City.
Bulletin No 132, entitled "Econom
ical Beef Production," by H B Smith,
has just been issued by the Nebraska
Experiment Station. Tho report, oovor-
ing 52 pages, gives the result in detail
of four experiments in cattle feeding
in which comparisons wore mado of tho
feoding value of corn silago and oorn
stover (stalks). Alfalfa hay, linseed
meal, cottonseed oake, and wheat
bran, each fed in connection with corn
and oorn silage, were also compared
as sources of protein. Tho bulletin
includes data on the relative value of
silage fed liberally, in moderate quan
tity, aud iu small quantity, both for
fattening cattlo and for growing calves.
A report on the relative value of the
different breeds and types uf cattle is
also included This bulletin can be
had free of charge by residents of No
liraska by writing tho Agricultural
Experiment Station, Lincoln, Neb.
In the ptoaonoo of immodiato rela
tives, the marriago of Jacob A. Hides,
youngest sou of Mrs. Alico E. Sides,
of Dakota City, Nobr., and Miss Mary
A. Hnrt, of Ft. Dodge, Iowa, was sol
emnized at the Cathedral of tho Epiph
any in Sioux City Wednosday morn
ing, January 22, 1013, Rov. Father P.
C. Conway performing tho ceremony.
Miss Hart oamo to tho Mrs. Alico
Sides homo last April to nurse the
little granddaughter of Mrs Sides,
A friendship sprang up between Mr.
Sides and Miss Hart that ripened into
love, aud finally culminated in tho
union of thoso two happy hearts.
Following tho ceremony the young
couple left Bionx City on an early
train for Jacksonville, Fla whoro
thoy will spond a fow weoks at tho
different winter resorts in tho south.
Returning thoy will visit at Washing
ton, D. C, and at Bollvor, Pn tho
former homo of Mr. Sides' parents.
After March 1st they will bo at
homo at tho Sides farm threo mileB
southwest of this placo. Tho hearty
congratulations of a host of frionds
and acquaintances aro extended tho
happy couple on thoir matrimonial
Tho eleventh grado took the stato
examinations in Book-keeping and Al
gebra last Friday and Saturday.
Ethol Borger and Oharlio Smith
were absent from tho seventh grado
last week on account of siokncss.
The ninth and tenth grades aro
studying Physical Geography this
second somestor in placo of Anciont
History. The elevouth grado is study
ing Civics iu placo of English tho sec
Margaret Brideiibangli and Elmer
Uierman visited the high school Mon
day. This is the week the somoster
examinations uro given an Sioux Oity,
thoso who niako a class grade of 85
or more aro excused from tho soiaestor
examinations. Thoso of tho high
school who made a grado of 85o are
very much in tho minority. We aro
glnd to say that Margaret and Elmer
are iu the minority.
The eighth grado aro studying "Tho
Vision of Sir Launfal."
Lloyd Bridcnbaugh has beon absent
from school tho past week.
TWENTY YEARS AGO.
Items reproduced in tho Sioux City
Journal from files of twenty yoars
January 10, 1803: Fiod Evnus, jr,
has not docided yet whether ho will
lease Evans park to Dave Neiswangor,
who is anxious to secure it for holding
a counle of raoo nicotines this season,
or retain it and give the meetings him
self. January 23, 1803: Bob Thompson,
Grant Caster and Matt CaBsmau, of
Covington, havo been arrested on a
charge of robbing Hugh Neoly, of
Thurston county, Neb, of $100 and a
team of horses. Tho robbery was
committed January 8.
January 24, 1803: Mr and Mrs
Dave Neiswangor aro happy over the
birth of u sou yesterday
Program of Dakota County
To bo held In Ayres hntl. Dakota Oity,
Nob., on February 4th nnd 6th, 1913.
TO Kg PAY MOKNIWl, Men, i.
O.-OO Arrangement of exhibits.
lOiio "Antt Hon Uholern Horum, Its uses
,,Dr. Unas. I. Peters, Mnnnnor of
.... ..........Sioux Oity aonun Co.
Instrumental Muslo-Hotter Honvlc
Duot Mrs. 8. A. Mason nnd A. U. llntnsey
.... ...... Arnold Mnrtln, I)u llols, Nnb
Duot vorn nnd Krnnklo Drown
l;a-"Oood Roads and PonnnnentllrldKos."
..A. It. Ixsh, Ass't Htntr KtiRlneor of
.....Knnsns, Manhattan, Kas
Bsav-"Tho Woodbury County Farm Im
,,W. K. Holmes. Hoo'y Bloux Oity
Vopnl Solo Mlu Lulu Itlrseh
7:3-"Intonslvo KarminB." .
Arnold .Martin, im hois, iseu
Solo Mike Timlin, Hubbard.
Heading Miss Paulino dale, Ass't
Principal 1 1 timer Schools
SiS0-"aood nnd Had Urldges." (Illustrntcd
by btoreoptlcnn Hlldc)
A. It. Txjsh
10:00 "Com nnd How to Interest tho Uoys
- nmiairlson tho Knrm,"
John Uundborg, Whltlnit, In
ll;u ''Tho Feed Problem.",
.V. K.Hhlrloy, Pros. Hints Poultry
Ass'n, Central City, Nob
(Program of HomomnVors'Olub.)
1;18 lloll Onll-lluotatlons
Muilc-Instrunumtnl, Mrs John Miltor
1:89 Farm Ynrd Poultry MrShlrloy
Hong ..........Olnrnnud Mildred I.uke
S:!W Klllcloiioy In tho Homo
Mrs A. K. Dnvlssou, Lincoln. Neb
Select Heading Mrs tleorgo Dates
l.lfo Sketch of Rosa Donhour
Mies Mnrgarot Itrldonbnugh
ltecltntlon Mnurlco I.nko
Paper "Homothlng for Nothing."....
........ X M rs A m! ro w K rn in p o r
Kleojlon of onicors.
SsliO Colt show at CD. Hall's llvorv barn.
Judging the eolts and awarding pre
miums. Talk on Draft Hores by
S0I0....O It Bavldgo South Hloux City
Male Qnortott DakotaOltr
7:80 "Housekeeping a Profession,"
Mrs. A. K. Davlsson, Lincoln
Solo Fiedorlok Hess, Dlrcotor of
M. K church choir, Hloux City.
Sia'AProfoBslonornJob," V. K.Hhlrlcy
Among tho premiums offered this
year will be the two lmuilsomo silvor
lovinii cups for first premium on com
iu both tho men's aud boys' classes;
also tho"Iloberg" silvor loving cup us
first premium on butter.
Summary of Collections, Disburse
ments and Balances for the six mouths
ending Decembor 31, 1012:
Cash on hand 47IHD 60
lKSOTnxcolleetou imu nil prior yrs inra
18U2 " " 8 10
IHtft " " 0 5(7
1K04 " " 8 08
iuor " " 7 81
18110 " " f M
1R07 " hill
1KOS " " 0 83
1890 " " 3 OH
imm ' I! 14
1501 " " ' " ' 16
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1010 " " KXim
011 " " , 631 a
mis " " iifi7) "i
Tnxos paid under piotest 1018 81
Hohool, university, Intorost col'ot. 107?
Hehool land lonso collected 212 01
Miscellaneous collections County
ti(i,iilli,..tmtia n.nllnot.lfillH limintv
Komi , , im
Fines and licenses IgB JJ?
Interest on county doposlts :56
Docfcot 'CCS ." ,S?J ?u
Hcnvengor tax salo collections Woftl 60
Foes M "
ISxcoss lees returned by county
troasuierto tho county gonornl
fund mi CT
Specials for Saturday, Jan. 25
For tHlat D.y Only
Ben Davis Apples, per peck 25c
Nice Ripe Bananas, per doz 15c
0 Pickled Pigs Feet, for 25c
1 Qt. Home Made Sauer Kraut 8c.
1 pkgc 25c Oats 20c
3 pkgs No. 1 Toothpicks . . 10c
2 cans of 15c Salmon for 25c
2 Cans Extra Standard Corn 15c
1 pkg Quaker Corn Flakes for 7c
All our Sweaters at a discount of 20
All Winter Underwear at a discount of 10
Extra Standard Fresh Oysters, per qt 45c
In Personally Condxioted Excursions
If you would like to know, more about our personally con
ducted tourist sleeper excursions to California, via Denver and
Scenic Colorado, ask the agent for dtscriptive literatureor write
nit, These tours are in charge of special conductors, who accom
pany you all the way and give you the benefit of their experience.
Another way to go is via Denver una tne sauta ve-vrann
Canyon Route. We run through tourist sleepers from Omaha
every Tuesday night that way, leaving Denver Wednesday even
ing. While these are not personally conducted, they are through
leepcrs, and are carried on high class trains.
Our California "Personally Conducted Excursions" folder
tells you all about the trip and the country
enroute. Free on application.
W. E. Sncthen, Agent, Dakota City, Nebr
L. W. Wakklky, G P A, Omaha, Neb
Horses and Mules
Alwaja on hand for sale for every
body. J M Barry, Jaoksou, Neb.
Farm Apple Growing.
Growing apples on tho farm ia one
of tho eaaieat problems the farmer has
to face if he knows how to go about it
right. The current week's isatio of
the Iowa Homestead cites an instanoo
in which one farmer gained fame and
fortune just beoanso ho had gumption
enough to recognize, care for and de
velop a variety of applo. Tho infor
mation given in the story is of value
to every reader. Other articles of
like value appear in the samo paper
each vroek ,
Tho Iowa Homestead ia clubbed
villi Tho Herald at tho low rate nf
$1 25 per year for both publications.
Lut ub aeud them to you.
Chronic Constipation Cured,
"Five jeurs ago I had the worst oase
of chronic constipation I ever knw of
mil Uliambcrhiin'H btomaoh and Liver
Tablet cured me," writes S F Fish,
Miooklyn, Mioh. For sale by all
His Stomach Trouble! Over.
Mr Dyspeptic, would you not liko to
feel that your Htomaoh troubles were
over, tuat you could eat any kind of
food you iletnred without injury? That
may seem so unlikely to you tuat you
do not evou hope for an ending of your
trouble, but permit us to assure you
that it ia not altogether impossible,
If otherH can be cured permanently,
and thoiiBatids havo been, why not
j on? John 11 Daker, of liattlo Greek,
Mich, it one of them. Ho hujh, "I was
Moulded with heart bur , indiKeHtiuu,
and liver complaint until I used
Uhuuiberlaiu'ri Stomach and Livor
Tablets, then my trouble was over.
Sold by all deulers. Adv.
YOUR BEST BUY
Farmer and Breeder 1 year $1.00
Dakota County Herald " $1.00
Both Papers 1 year for only- $1.00
Avail yourself of the saving of $1.00
on your reading mattor. You need The
Herald if you want to keep posted ou
tho looal news of tho county as well
as tho business transacted by tho coun
ty board and othor county officera.
Farmor and Breeder is tho beBt agri
cultural and live stook weekly in tho
Northwest. It is devotod to the diver
sified interests of tho farm and farm
home. Its nractioal and reliable con
tents, written by expert farmers and
well known authorities iu many linos
make it the farmer'H best friend. Ko
now your subscription under this ex
traordinary offer, and get your neigh
bor to anbaoribo also. The papers
will be sent to different addresses if
For Sale. ,
Kafllr oorn fodder, millet and good
swamp hay; also a good liorso for salo.
John B Evans.
Services nt tho Motlioulst Episcopal
ohuroh ovory Sunday as lollowdi l'reaoh
Iuk at 11 am; Sunday bcliooiat lu a :n; class
ineutlns 12 in; Kuwortli Lcnsuo t)::w p in.
prcnchtnK 7:30 p m.
Itav.H. L. Kullor. l'astor.
Sunday school every Sunday at 0:15 a in;
Miss Hlnnono Hamilton, upoiliilniluiil,
prooohlnKnt7:SOp in. every Sunday.
l'reaoliliiK ovory Sunday at Ham; Sun
day school promptly at 10 am. IM'.OuI
iMirtson, siiporlntundont. ,
Tho punllolH cordially Invltod to nil thoso
State tioasuror's receipt No Hum
Stato troasuror's rf coipi inoohuj...
Jury warrants roJcomcd.....
County flnnoral warrants rodeom'd
County llrldgo warrants roileoniml
County Itoad warrants redoomed..
llallroad iKHidsnmi Intorost. . ....
JmlBinunt School District No 11....
Bsliool Older bald-local tax 1."iTfi TK
nininatfouisiriuv nu i ...mi-;
District road warrants J J
I'rotost rofunded .';""j"
Oity treasurer's rccoipts South
Sioux Ulty .... ... mi
Village treasurer's receipts Dako-
taUlty iwo uo
Village treasurer's receipt Minor-
nnlil.iul,fi)uBtii-nr,ii fnnfl 1H04 Iw
iinimtv Treasurer's commission.... 17M 112
,t 71031 43
415 Sixth Street
Sioux City, low
State aenornl Kund.... t uwj W
llallroad SlnklliB Kund 1 "
ltallroad Interest Kund. , W77
,n....u I,nrl ITllllfl. Mil 1 1000 WW
County ltoad Kund. No2 ,. 1SM6 M
County Hoad Kund, Noa J.rPS"?
Swamp Ditch ' "'
Unniliinira. IW11 .. KO 4n
Tnlinrltnnnn 1441 ou
County ooneral Kund li?Sllx
Special Hrldne Kund............ ... MM 70
U.,1,llnrannri Snl OrM ltollOf KlllUl.. (VI 1)8
Protest Fund .; wfim
OovlnKton Annex Mind.... -5
OovlnKton.ludBmont Kund loo JH
U.l.rvsl ltntlll Kllllfl ...... 1J21 l4
School District Kund "??'!!
Fines and License Kund i(
.lacUscn Hldowiilk..... 2 si
h..bni nitv Hliluiilk IM In
Hoad District Kund o 09
Vlllatti) of Dakota City ?,,74
City ol South Hloux Oily -rt.
VilliiKoor Homor '
Vlllanotf Jackson. J; J J"
-r 1 11.. . tt .r Kinnrfinn 17 2.1
THIII.I1III ....u. w... (... ... ..T--
liwlmiintlon Fund 101 Ml
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with I.OCAI. A1TMCATIONS. u they cannot reach
tho smt ot tho (llscasn. Catarrh W a blood or comtl
tullonal illaeaw, ami In ordfr to cure It jon must take
Inlirnal remollca Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous
Rurraas nana unarm euro w uu, u mual-k iurui
cine. It was prescribed by ono ol the best phjslclans
In this country lor years and H a rrmilar prescription.
It Is composed of the best tonles known, combined
with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces The erfect combination ol the
two Ingredients Is what produeis such wonderlul re
sults In curlnu catarrh. Bend for testimonials, tree.
T. J. ClinNHV A CO , Trope.. Toledo, O.
Sold by HruMlsts, price, 75c.
Take Hall s Family fills for conetlpatlon.
l...l....i7A TMatrlpf No '
ovonlrawn ..... .1 20 M)
County Hriduo Fund
overdrawn -'iia ii
TuUlcftslion hand.... , $ Mi'U
W do horoby cortlly thot wo havo exam
ined the above stntemoiil of 1). (1. ISans,
county treasurer of Dakota county. Nob ,
for tho sU montliH oiiillim DecemlHir HI,
1012. To tlio lMist of our IciiomIoiIku wo Ik
ii...... ......I. fwilti.i.tlnn linn Iwm'Ii conectly I'll
..,.1 ...nl n. nmii Iv Hi'llcllllltOll for. lUUl that
tho vouchers and other llouis (if ereillis
.unm in iirnnnr fiirni and correctly enioiui
..,i ih..t tin, fontliius Aero veilllcd by u
and found to lie con ect and that the above
l..ll..tw..ii. uirimtH with ttlllll lt(
counts III said county tioasuiorH iruuo.nl
O.'Vv. K?sliur, (county OoiiiiiiIsIoim is
a .Jx& R 1
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Mmm Ta ll Rmismhiiii lirwff
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