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Dakota County Herald
TOHN II. REAM, PUBLISHER
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A weekly newspaper published At
Dakota City, Nobrnska.
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Telephone No. 48.
Official Paper of 'Dakota Comity
litems of Interest
from our Exchanges
Wynot Tribsna: Mrs MaQuirk'vrout
4o Dakota Oity Tuesday to visit bar
Hartington Nota: Mrs Chas Iro
dand went to Hubbard Tuesday to see
her mottior, Mrs'GliaB Vtirrafa, who is
Pondor Bfpablic: Jack Duggan
oamo down from Hubbard jostorday
morning to shake hands with iPouder
Wakefield Itoms in Woyno Demo
crat: Miss (Katborino Uodgius, of
Vista, visited her sister, Mis A L
Ohiise, over Suuduy,
Alien Wesi tErank Lovell and Mrs
Kutio Mintor, widow of Brant Minter,
wore married at Sioux Oity, whore
Fruuk is motorman on a stroet oar.
Watorbury Itoms in Ponca Journal:
O Bresliu, of Wistn, visited bis Hinr,
Mrs H Marrou, Tuesday.... Margarot
-Twohig, of Vista, and Margarot Kuva
naugh, of Dixon, aro visiting with
Dora and Clara Eavanaugh.
Pender Timos: J Bliven was down
from near HurtinRtpn Tncmlav....A
M Hisorote, an old Thurston couutv
man of tbo WaBhill'Quiuton neighbor
hood, was visiting friends da this boo
tlon Monday. Hois liviug in South
Emerson Enterprise: Miee Martha
McLaughlin and Clnu Boiordorf spent
Sunday at tho homoof Miss Julia Da
vis, in Nuouri...MMr uud Mrs MoEu
taffer visited with their daughter, Mrs
Goo Ilolonkamp, ut Carroll, from
Tuesday until Thursday,
Dixon Tribune: Wm L Wolfo wus
in Sioux City Suturduy....W L Boss
bad business in Sioux City and Dakota
Oily Saturday. Mr Jiosn, aftor dis
posiug of his interest in the bank here,
uuuioupiauug.on moving to iiiiB.lor
mor borne in Dakota Oity,
tLyons Mirror: Heury lEoblmeier
una wifd were down this wook from
Wakefield .... Ghwonce Haldol, who is
woujug ih hid tuomer souooi, wah
hero over Sunday. Ho was a member
ol Mint bright, wtdowako class of grud
uaiorf at tills plaoo last spring. JLidaos
tliaf"Uad a mind of tboir own" and
wro not afraid to lot pooplo Jcnowiit.
Just as tho ekes of 1911 bud nlso.
iintibugo Chieftain : Omar Jiil-
ixturn has sold out hi shop in Wult-
hill .and, aftor a throe weeks' stay in
Homer, working for Sherman MoKiu-'
.ley, expects to start u bnrtr wbop
ia. r t... i...n.i... r . .. '!
iiuio, iu tuu uuiuung emir, oi tuo lioru
iug hotel.... Musdamos Thos Ashford
and 8 A Combs and Micsos Lou Hirseh,
Lula Hirsob, Lena Wllkins oud Lo
raiuo Murphy, all of Homer, woro
guests last Thursday afternoon nt tho
bomo of Mrs 0 F Nichols.
Sloau. la, Star: Tho body of
Frank St(,mpr which was found in
tbo Missouri river sovoral months ago
and hurried iu tbo Sloua cemetery,
wus tuken up und shipped to Duubury
toduy for Interment. Stamper was a
member of tbo auto party which dis
appeared early in October wbilo u
routo from Sioux City to Omaha uud
it is thought bo auto wont into tho
river, carrying flvo pooplo to their
doath. Throe of the bodies huvo thtiH
far been recovered, but no traeo bus
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Deeds, Mortgages, Leases all legal papers drawn
promptly and accurately.
Hoping for a continuance of the liberal patronage
given this Agency, since 1850, and promising you the
same good treatment. Yours respectfully,
v H F. McKccvcr, "''Wib""""
Successor to Ed. T. Kearney.
a Government Bond."
on GortiOcntoR. Steamship Tickets.
has been found of tbo
machino or tbo
Homor Star: Harriet Van Valin,
of Ponder, is vinitiug at tbo bomo of
her sinter, Mrs Leon Roam, this week,
. ...Mnbol Beam, daugktor of Dr
Bonm and wlfo of Walthill, is visiting
at tbo E J Smith homo this week....
Mnrgurot Asbford is back from Liu
col n, spending a fow days at the home
of hor puronts, Mrs and Mrs Thus
Ash(ord....Uoth liarnos, an old tinier
in Horaor, but now of Omaha, is horo
visiting witli friends and renewing ac
quaintances.... Tlio debris of tbo
Farmers Exchungonito is nourly clear
ed away. Band is being hauled in or
dor to got ready for spring building.
. . . . Audrey Allaway and wifo ntitoml
to Dakota Gity Sunday to spend tho
day with MraJAUaway's mother, Mrs
H B Altomus....Nols Miller, of Em
erson. lust week closed a deal where
by he boonmo tbo owner of tbo floury
Walway farm, hdvou iniios oust of Ho
mer, Sioux City Journal, Hulh: Distiiot
court this afternoon will rosumo work
with tho continuation of ovidonoo in
tho suits of B J Morris against T J
O'Connor and P C Heed nguinst tbo
Sioux City Sorvico company. It is ex
peoted that both oases will bo given
to tbo juries tomorrow afternoon. Tho
Morrifl-O'Conaor case is u dispute over
tho condition of '8884 bushels of corn
sold at Homor, Nob, lust May, Tho
other suit is a claim for $1,500 dama
ges brought against tho service com
pany for. injuries alleged to have been
the result of a collission of a streot car
and automobile last Septembor. Ouo
important oaso of tho weok will bo
tbut of Mao Swezsy ugainst tho Bur
lington railroad for $2,050 damages .
It is oluimod that sho was injured De
cember U, iii!, when riding on the
"Lincoln accommodation" from Sioux
City to Walthill, Nob. Hor potition
stated that while tho train was switch
ing near Winuobago she was thrown
from her sout,
Sioux Oity Journal, -11 : District
oourt under Judge John F Oliver yes
terday afternoon .took a sudden ad
journment from its regular session to
boar contempt proceedings against C
C Beam, of Dukota Oity, Nob. Boam
wub tluod'$10 for impoaohiug tho uredi
ibility of T J O'Connor, party to ti
suit brought by It J Norris. This is
tbo first time in the luBt twenty-five
yrmrs ttmt similar action lion boon ta
ken in district oourt in Woodbury
county. Wbon Judge Oliver ordered
a recoup at 3 :SQ o'olook iu tbo after
noon, Beam wus in tbo lowor corridor
of tbo courthouse. Sovoral jurors
stiollod dowu stuira, and in their pres
ence Boam made remarks disorediriug
O'Connor's varioity. Later these re
marks were repeated in the presence
of O'Counor, who promptly informed
his attorney of tho fact. An informa
tion wus sworn out, Ileum wus ar
rof tod and brought bofoio Judge OH
vor, who imposod tho eeutouoo. Bourn
readily admitted guilt iu tho mutter.
Lator he statod that ho had boon false
ly accused by O'Connor of complicity
iu tho robbery of a storo at Homer,
Neb, last spring uud bud nhowu Ibis
method of resenting it. Tho suit in
terrupted by tho contempt proceed
ings is on a claim of $2,891, alleged to
bo due on part payment for 8,884 bush
els of corn sold by Morris to O'Connor
lust May. Argumout was Btartod
yestorduy afternoon and tho case prob
ably bo givon to tho jury today.
Sioux City Journal, 0th: Laum
Purdy, il8 West Mirth street, iius tiled
a petition lor divorco from Dennis Pur-
dy, a holper for the Milwaukee road, to
whom sue wus married at Dukotu City,
Neb, on November 9, 11)08 Extreme
cruelty ia hot forth us the grouuds for
issuance of u dooreo. Mrs Purdy asks
for tho custody of tho ouo child, Elsie
May Purdy, iigod three voara..."!
don't ouro if papa, mamma uud tlie
wiiolo Sioux City polioo department.
And the oflloiuls of Uobraska, object to
ray.murr.nng -trunk: 1 married 1dm
because I love him and boauutto ho
loves me so tboro now: that's ull
thoro is to it." Mrs Helon Humes-
BrioiiEO, tho M-yorr-old girl who whs
married to Fruuk Urieuzo by Bov S L
Keller, in Dukotu City, wus tbo spoali-
r. Airs ISarncB-iJriouzo oniDuaaizpd
her assertion with a stumii of her foot
that curried conviotiou of hor earnest-
uohs to tho mind of tho listener. "Bo
sides, I'll froon be 15," sbo declared
with an nssurcd air, as if reaching that
ago would settle ell dillloulties, Mr
and Mrs Bricnzo arc living in a cozy
little homo at 510 Chambers street,
with tho groom's parents. Tbo girl
wifo is scominglj content and Ia al
ready planning for thn future when
thoy will have a homo of tneir own.
Tho parents of Mrd Bricuzo havo do-
cidod they will take no steps to havo
tbo marriage annulled, nn action oi
that unturo would involvo Mrs Lena
Ubor, anotbor daughter, who accom
panied tuo conplo to Dakota City.
Mrs Ubor stated that sho did not sign
an oflluavit tbot hor sister was 18 years
old. "Tbo giil who fliiod out tbo mar
riago lioonso did not ask about my sis
ter's ago, for if sho had I would have
told her," declared Mrs Ubor. "I told
Helon and Frank beforo wo made tho
application for tbo license that in event
thoy asked mo about, Helen'a age I
would toll tbo truth. I told them Hint
it would bo impossible to got a lioonso,
but that we could try. "The girl who
filled out tho liconso never once men
tioned Helon not being 18, The minist
er who married them was standing in
the office at tbo timnwoapplicd for tbo
liconso, and said ho would marry thorn.
Neither did bo mention about Helen
being too young to bo granted a liconso
to marry. Ho never asked a question
about anything." Mrs Barnes, tho
mother, said that wbilo sbo regretted
very much to bco tho girl married at
so tender an ago, now that sbo was
married nothing would bo done to mar
hor happiness. The Barnes fatni'y
lives at Sixth and Lafayette streets.
Sioux City Tribuno 6th: A tenta
tive contract for tho salooi tho $25,000
isiuo of waterworks bonds wus olosod
by tho town council of South Sioux
Oity last night, subject only to tho ap
proval of tho uttornoy of tho compuny
taking tbo issue. Sidney, Splitter &
Cumpauy, of Toledo, Ohio, aro to tako
tho bonds, paying par and 5 por cent
intoroBt from December 2, 1012, less
$300 attorney's and broker's fees.
There woro but threo bidders, Spitzer,
Borick & Co, of Topeka, Kus, nffored
to tako tho bonds ut par, loss $1,240
iu fees, whilo H C Speor & Son, Chi
ougo, offered par less u "reasonable"
fee, and the Tolodo concern offered
par unci xuu ices, an mas woro ro-
jootod, after which u personal repre
sentative of tbo Tolodo company made
tetms at private sulo that woro accept
ed. Tho council will oonves aguin
Monday night to closo up tho transi
tion. W V Biokolhaupt, representing
tbo Dc3 Moines Bridge and Iron com"
pany, appeared and offored to con
struct tbo waterworks plant on a com
mission busis. He gave it as bis opin
ion, however, tbut tho plant proposed
could not be constructed for $25,000.
....While workraou wero exploding
dynamite in sinking tho last of tbo mat
to tbo bottom of the .Missouri river on
tho Dakota county revetment projoot,
Major Herbert Deakyno, and Freder
ick SV Honeus, both attaohod to tho
Kansas City engineers' oflloo, wore to
duy muking ilual inspection of tho
work. Late today, thoy pronounced
it complete uud satisfactorily con-
stmcto'l. This brings to a closo tho
government's activitcB in this itntneui-
uto flection, except ns to repairs on
boats that aro now iu tbo iao harbor ut
tho mouth of tho Sioux river. The
next projrot tbut is to bo undortakon
in this vicinity is a long rovetmont
noar Elk Point. Within a fow duyB,
govornmout scouts will begin scouring
tbo banks of tho Missouri iu tbut vi
cinity for a briiBh bond. When that
is located, tho work of cutting tho
brush will bo started. It is hoped ac
tive construction can bo Btartod just
as soon as tho 100 moves out of the
rivor in tho spring. Book for tho pro
ject will bo obtained from tbo Sioux
Fulls quarries, brought to Sioux Oity
by rail aud taken up tbo river to tbo
.imk roiut projoot on tuo govornmout
tow-uoats. Oovorumeut employes ut
present aro engaged in repairing boats
ut. tho ioo harbor. Tho snugger Mun
dan is on shore,. Asido from u gouor
ul overhauling that it is getting, now
boilers uro being installed Tlie
brothors of 1-1 year-old Helen Baruca,
who, up to three weoks ago, wos u pu
pil iu tbo Worcester school, opnoaled
to Police Matron Auua Boberts this
uftoruoon for aid in taking action
against Frank Brieuso, 510 Ohumbers
street, u mun well known to tho polioo,
who took tho ohild to Dakota Oity,
Neb, Inst night, secured a murriugo
liconso und wus married by Bev S L
Keller, pastor of tbo Lutboran church
of Dakota City. Tho brothers declar
ed their sister to bo no oldor thuu 11
yours, uud told tho polioo mutrou tbut
the mother today wus sick in bod, over
come wttli grief. They wero direotod
to the eouuty uttorney'd oflico uud may
t'lkostepi to anuull tho marriago.
llio Humes fuuul live ou Ltfuyutto
street, Brionzo is about 2!l years old.
Uo is a laborer, but iias boon known
to assist a locul dotcotive uumeious
times on diffiucnt jobs. It Is suid that
ho wours a polioo star, but Oldef of
I olioe O'dboueBsy declared this ufter
noon that lie wus not on tho payroll of
tlui polioo department. Tho couple
wont to Dakota Oity lato yesterday
afternoon, aocompaniod by a womun
who gavo her namo as Beua Ubor.
Miss Oruco Hamilton, doputy clork iu
tho oouuty judge's oflico, issued the
license aud also aotod us u witness ut
tbo coromony. Bov Mr Keller eou
duoted tbo ceremony at his purHouugn,
He suid that tho marriago license
guvo tbo girl's ago ttB 18 yoirs. The
oouplo is said to havo returned to
Sioux Oity toduy.
Sioux Oity Journal, 12th: Jurors
in tho cuso of B J Norris against O ,1
O'Connor in the district eonrt last
night returned a verdiat for the pluin
tiffof $2,602.15. which iuelmieH n
por cont interest on tbo amount asked
for, Tho platuliff sought paymeut for
corn thut Iwis sold to O'Connor at Ho
mor, Neb. Tbo defondnut ulleged
thut the com wus of poor quality and
ipoiled in shipment. Tho Issuo of the
cuso wus w bother Norris guaranteed
tho quality of corn, or whether O'Con
nor bought it on bis own inspootion,
....Charles Voss, of Homer, Neb,
ptolmbly the best known feoder that
pationizes tlie local tuaiket, was hero
today with a load of boovos and cows.
At) usual his shipment excited com
ment from all those who saw the offm-.
Inn. MM,,. ..ltln ... II t i .
Ii..Bu, auij uuniu tvuiu iiuruiuriiB unit
according to Mr Voss bad boon on full
feed for about four mouths nud show-
lakt s tea Biking Easy
Tho only baking powdmt
mskdo from Royal Grape
Groant of Tartar
eu a flue covering of flesh. Top prices
woro scored on both kinds, thn steers
averaging $1,500 pounds and selling
for $8.50, whilo tho cows brought $7.
. . . .Invitations to au anniversary din
ner guvo friendB the first bint that
Miss Fern Brumou had beon tho brido
oi u i Uierklug lor a year. Tuo cer
emony took plaoo at Juckson, Neb,
just a year ago yesterday. Since that
time Mrs Dierking has been living
with her parents, Mr aud Mrs W H
Bramon, 835 Eighteenth street, aud
knowledge of tho wedding has even
been kept from them. Last night
Mr and Mrs Diorkiug eutertaiued
about fifty of their friendB to lielp
tbeui celebrate their first wedding an
niversary Tales of n daylight
highway robbery, in which T J Mc
Couu, of Wushtu, Iu, lost $150, con
flicted as they wero told by two pris
oners hold by tbo police iu connection
with tho oaso. McCoun came to Sioux
Utty Willi (jbaues Keeley, u years
old, of Correotionville, Ia. Thoy met
Jay iluntley, 20 yours old, yestorday
noon und went to South Sioux City,
after visiting several suloons hero.
About 2 o'olook they started for the
ice fields at Crystal lake. Here is
where the highwayman uppeared und
whore tho stories differ. MoOouu,
tho victim, and Huntly, who with
Seoly wus held by tho police, Buy
there waa no fouith person. Heely
told tbo polioo tbeie wus. The trio
hud nearod a ruilroud crossing in
South Sioux City, uccording to Seoly's
story to tho police, wheu a masked
robber appuarod at tho roadside.
When bo saw tho mask uud rovolvor,
Seoloy said, ho fled, accompuuied by
Iluntley. Accordiugto Huntley and
MoOouu, Sceley was tbo robber.
Tho viotim deolurod ho was knocked
down by tho highwuyman, who was
wearing a white' handkercbitf aB a
musk. Wbilo bo was layiug ou the
ground and the robber was searcbiug
his pookets, MaCouu said ho tore the
musk awny, revealing the features of
Seely. Huntly declared that Seely
hud diopped out of the party a mo
mont, uppeuring a moment Inter wear
ing tbo musk. Ho commanded them
to halt. Huntley ran, ho said, but
MoOouu wus felled by a blow by See
ly, who obtained tho money. Huutley
said ho luter wub mot by Seoly. They
wont to North Riverside, und from
there drove to Sergeant Bluffs in a
motor our. The cuso wus reported to
tbo polioo from South Sioux Oity.
Sergeant Qeorgo Pioroo reoeiviug iu
fnrmution that two meii uuswuriug tbe
description of Sooly aud Huntley bad
golio to Sergeant Bluffs, went tboro
nud urrested Huutley. Seoly bad ro
timed lo Sioux City in a motor car.
Ho was urroitod at Fourth and Pearl
streetH by Putraliuon llurvoy. Soelj,
during his questioning by tbo police,
risked to be taken to tbo seeuo of tho
robbery to prove his statements. He
mis taken to South Sioux Oity uud
held iu juil thore. Huutley wus de
tained hero. When Socly wus urrest
ed bo hud about $80 and Huutley had
more thuu $10. MoOouu said be lent
Heely $5 with which to como to Sioux
2 finRRPCPnwnPwrp $
B B Dyor has recovered so as to bo
able to sot np,
Evervtliinir in stutilo end fannv am.
corles ut reasonable priooa. C Ainlor-
Wm Graham is very low and not
much liopu is hold out for his leoovory.
A DaniBh Sisterhood lodon was nr.
ganizod bore hst Friday.
Try Hell coffee. You will Hud it
tho highest nilalitv for vnnr in mini,
Mrs W Goertz celebrated her 55th
A b-by boy was boru to F Dierking
Suncluv. Fobruurv Oth. Tbo little rm
ouly lived a short timo, .
New dress goods iu all varities uro
beiug shown ut O Audersou Co's.
Jumes Hoguu shipped n cur of onttlo
Mouduv uud Pettr unit 4enri?n .Tntiuni,
shipped u our Tuesday.
Will Doilgo wus hero visiting rela
tives and friends tho past week.
Bull 11 ami overshoes aivn Mm lnHt
of sutisfactiou. O Andorbon Co sells
Cluia Wilkilis viNiteil nvnr ttiiruluT
at hor homo, returning to Wuyuu Suu-
Glen Harris wnn mi nvnr Kntnlur
visiior uui menus at llomor,
Briug in your produce, buttor. ecus.
oto. Wo always puv tho ton urieo. (J
Frod Nclsen did not get bis .sloop
out iu timo to make bis usual rouud
Owun Deiicom in n lutnv tnim lln,n
days looking ufter tho fluishing of bis
uiKouur snop. wo uuitorstand ho will
curry a line of groceries also.
Brorao-Quiniuo will ouro a cold,
We have it. alto of full linn nf llr
Juyuos' family medicines. Geo Tim.
Mr nnd Mis Pat Duggan Mrs Tom
Long uud Bill Hoouoy tuitocd to Sioux
City Sundayand atlonded the Orpho
um whilo there.
The little daughter of Mr and Mrs
Free Pounds was quito sick tbo past
Louis Mogcnscn and wifo visited
tho flist of tbo week at the Herman
Wo have a supply of flannel ahirta
that wo uro closing out cheap. O An
Sovoral from horo attended tbe
Seizel funeral near Nucora, Saturday.
Louis Goodsol, thn Horse doctor of
Homer, was in Hubbard on a profes
sional visit Monday,
Ethel Andersen visited over Sunday
at tbo Sam Thorn homo.
Mr and Mrs Geo Timlin aud family
ato Sunday dinner nt tbo Grandpa
Tono BroB spices will improve your
cooking as they aro of tbo best quality.
Wo sell them. Geo Timlin,
Mrs Clias Vurvais is again ablo to be
about, after a sevoro attack of the
Louis Bogg was taken seriously ill
last Saturday, but is doing nicely ut
Chris Soronseu and wifo visited a
few days lust week in the oity.
C M Basmussen and wife spout bun
day at tho Knud Basmussuu home,
Mrs D O Hcffernan and little
daughter, Varonica, wero Ponca visit
ors from Saturday until Monday.
A dandy new lino nf ladies' shirt
waists jnst received at C Anderson
Mrs Long and daughter, Jetty, vis
ited Saturday at tho academy in Jack
son. Ed Campbell und wife enjoyed u
visit with rolatives from South Dakota
Mrs O L Thompson returned Sat
urday from a weeks visit ut Danbury,
Mr aud Mrs Harris and family ute
Suuduy diuuor at tho Cheek honio.
Sunday school nt 9 :15 o'cloak u m .
Public Irbrsliip every second und
fourth Suuduy ut 10:30 a m, ut Lutbei
A numbcrfrom boro attended tbo
W A Brown salo north of town last
Mr aud Mrs W Goertz, Mrs L Beido
and Mrs John Jossen wero Sioux Oity
shoppers from horo Friday.
J Mayfield presented his wife with
a piauo last Saturday.
Axel and Minnie Basmussen, Marie,
Thorwuld and Sopbus Basmmssen,
Axel und Alfred Mogenson, Fred Ncl
sen, Androw Andersen und Marthu
Mogensen wero tboso from here who
attended tbe musquerado Saturday
night in Sioux City,
All kinds of kitchen utensils, tinware
aud enamelware, ut O Audersou Co's.
Joe M Leedom und M Holmvig, of
Sioux Oity, huvo been doing survo'ying
hcreubouta the past week.
Clias Voss oame home from Sioux
City Tuesday weuriug tbut smile that
won't como off. Ho had shippod a
ear of cattle to Steele, Soman & Co, in
Sioux Oity, that brought him the top
prioo for the winter so far. Ho had
nine steers that avernged 1507 pounds
thut brought him $8 50, and eight
cows averaging 1491 which sold for
S7 00 all Heiefords nnd finished to
tbo queen's taste.
Matt B Hogan returned to Mauson,
N D, last week. He wub accompanied
by Josopb Waters.
Mrs Uarrio Davis, of Evansvillo,
Wis, is u guest in tho C A Stone
M It Bolor departod last Friday for
Omaha to spend u fow weoks with rol
Loo C Kearney and wifo, Mrs 11 F
MoKoover aud son Emmett wore diu
ner guests Sunday in tbo Ed T Koui
uoy homo, Sioux Oity.
William McGonigal is recovering
from un operation at St Vincents hos
pital, Sioux City.
Cburles Morinrity, of Omaha, is a
guest in the homo of his tdster, II ih
John Duggan, of Goodwin, Neb, tnia
Eva Stevens spent over Sunday iu
in the F O Carpenter home at Vista.
William Dompsoy returned to his
homo at Nowcastlo, Monday, aftor an
ovor Sunday visit in the Thos nod
gins homo nt Vistu.
John Ryan shipped two cars of corn
to Sioux Oity tho first of the wook
MrB Jas Flynu and daughters Mo
nica and Katharine, Mr und Mrs John
Boler nnd daughter Mao and-Mis Mnr
gurot Boyle spent Sunday iu tbo Thos
u Jones Homo at Vista.
James MuOormiok was laid up sov
oral duyrt with u sore foot, caused by a
cako of ico fulling on it lust F-iiduy.
S P Lois dopurted Tuesday for Jus
now homo at Murook, Nob.
Elizabeth Zimmormau, a student at
St Outhoriuo'a academy, was culled to
Omuba Monday by the serious ill
ness of her brothor, who wus hurt iu
Mrs E J Hessegiou, of Sioux Oity,
was a guest of Mrs Mary ltyau the
Joseph Shanahau, who in- spendinc:
tho whiter in Sioux Oity, oamo up tho
first of tho wook to look aftor his farm
Mr Martin, of Bancroft, Nob, but
now a truveling salesman for Mm I F
Phillips Co, of Dubuquo, wus iu town
Tuesday They formerly lived on tho
"Old Hemestoiid" in Dukota county.
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Having sold my farm, and intending to remove from
the state, I will offer at public sale at my farm one-half
mile north of
DAKOTA. CITY, NEBRASKA
Wednesday, FebrY- 26, 1913
Six head of Horses Two Milk Cows
One team Mules Two good Heifers
Seven Duroc Jersey 150 White Rock
Brood Sows Hens
Four Barrows 200 bu. Seed Corn
Full Equipment of Farm Machinery
Household Goods, Etc.,
Including $650.00 Player Piano and $25 worth of Music.
Sale begins at 10 a. m. Free Lunch atNoon.
Terms: All sums under $10, Cash; on sums over that amount
ten month3 time will be given at 10 interest.
Charles H. Bryant, Owner.
H. O. DORN, Auctioneer
GO AHEAD OF THE RAILROAD
Public announcement bus been made of the early completion of tbe
Burlington's new mnin lino through tho Big Horn Bnsin tbut will give a direct
outlet for tlio splondid farm products growing in that new farming country.
Government Irrigated Homesteads
Heue you can file upon un 80 noro Uovcrnment irrigated homosteud at
actual cost for tbe water right, no profit to auyotie, no taxes tbe first thrco
yeuis, and have twelve years without interest in which to ropay the Govern
ment for tbo uhtual cost of tbo water right. The fact that tho Government
bus made tbo payments, very light tbo first flvo yeurs, giving an opportunity to
improvo your farm and got it under cultivation boforo having to meet furhcr
payments.is important to tbe man desiring to establish himself on u farm home.
Location Near Railroad Towns
You can locate now within from three to four miles of Powoll, nearby
100 farmers who aro ulrendy making u succors. If yon do not get a home
tboro it is your fuult. Write quickly for maps and full particulurs.
WM. F LORENZ, Proprietor
Dakotix City, Bfobi-.
Back in the old stand, ready to
serve you at all times with the best
Meats at the lowest living prices. i3
Order your Poultry and Meats
Agent for Seymour's Laundry, Best in the City.
'North IfV stcrv Kflsne
To CALIFORNIA via PUGET SOTND
Round trip tickets on sale daily to the Puget Sound
country and via Puget Sound to California. Liberal stop
over privileges enroute. Dcligluiul tours including the
most interesting sections of tlie west.
Special one way fares to Saskatchewan,
Alberta, British Columbia, Montana,
Idaho, Washington, California and many
points in the west and southwest. Tickets
on sale daily March 15 to April 15, 1913
Kxcnraloii tlokots ou xitle dally to New Orleans, tho
Travel information upon request.
B. C. Buchannan, Lyman Sholes,
Agent, Dakota City, Nob . Div. Vassongor Agent, Omaha, Nobr .
G. H. MacRAE, Gen'l. Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
.HARRY H. ADAIR. Clerk.
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