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Specials for Saturday, Feb. 15
For this Dzxy Only
Frosted Cookies per doz 5c
lib Stinson's Pride Baking Powder. .1 20c
G cans Oil Sardines .. . .25c
3 cans Concentrated Lye .... '. 25c
lib Candy Beans ". 10c
1 Gallon Home Made Saucr Kraut 25c
4 ibs nice bulk Raisins 25c
2 pkgs Quaker Corn Flakes . 15c
25c pkge Oats 20c'
1 Peck of Onions 15c
1 doz Eggs 21c
All Winter Underwear, 10 per cent Discount.
All our Sweaters, 20 per cent Discount.
First Publication l-!)l-4w.
NOTICE OF OPENING ROAD.
To nil whom It inny concorn:
Stnto of Ntiurnskn, County of Dnlcotn, ss.
Tlio commissioner appointed tolocnto niul
roport on a proposed roiul tlilrty-thrco OH)
foot whlo on tlio north sldo ol tho county
lino between DnkotnniHlTliurstoiiconntlcB,
uominoncliiK nt n point on tlio enst Ridp of
creek runnlnft throuRh section thirty-four
(31), township twenty-soven (S7). rnnito
0X011(7). eust, or nt tho tormlnntlon of
county roiid ono hundred fourteen UU),nlso
known us JIcHeury l oud In sold county of
Dukota, thenco running wost on tho north
ildnof the county line to tho rlKht of wny
of tho niilcnuo, St. I'nul. Minneapolis &
Omnlin Itnllwny Oonipany. niul thero tor
niliiulo, litis loported In fnvorof the citnb
llshmont thoreof. nnd nil objections thero
to. or claims for illumines, must bo llled In
tho county clerk's olllco on or beforo noon
of tlio85thclny of Mnrcli. 1913. or such rond
will bo established without further refer
Dutcd this 27tth day of January, loin.
Goo. Wllklns, Uounty Olerk.
First publication 2-7-tw
NOTICE TO BHIDOE CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby alvon that the county
clerk of Dakota county. Nebraska, will re
celvoblds up nnd to twelve U'-') o'clock,
noon, on Momlny" -March 10,1013, for bridges
to be ordered by tho county board during
tho following twelvo months as pw speci
fications onillle In tho olllco of th county
clorky Kaclr bid to bo accompanied by n
cortllled check In tho sum of $500.(10. Tho
board of county commissioners rosorve tho
right to rojoct any orall bids.
Dated at Dakota Oity, Nebraska, tills 3rd
lny of February, 1018.
, Geo Wllklns, County Olerk.
E. F Rasmussen
Write me, Jackson, TVeb. 11 1.
or call, 1 mile west of
Better than Spanking
Spanking will hot cure child-
from w-stting the bed, be
cause it is not a habit, but a
Rowan Drug Co.,
The C. H.
have discovered a
harmless remedy for
this distressing disease, and to
make known its merits they
will send a 5U cent packngo
securely wrapped and prepaid
Absolutely Free to dny reader
of the Herald. This remedy
also cures frequent desire to
urinate and inability to control
urine during the night or day
in old or young. The C. H.
Howan Drug Co. are an Old
Reliable House, write to them
today for the free medicine.
Cure the afflicted members of
vour family, then tell your
neighbors and friends about
C. H. Rowan Drug Co.
Dept. A. 482. Chicago, 111.
BUUBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I
ilaiio t bii'M Xcw Iliulnru. Atrial!
lull v r. our i-tu.Mjent customer.
Prize Collect en Juh?"!''lMi.1'-'
inn, 13 kind 1 1 r.ti,
11 th finest 1 rorelp, 7 (plcnd.il I Oaloa, b beat tul.
lu id bprict.(iocric I'.uiu cl TarietUt In all,
OCAllAVrKJ.D TO PLKA'iC
Writo to-day; Mention this Paper.
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wuutr. j.cpiuuui nrca sua j'lant 1
1 -u lt licit vuletlM of SMd, riui
W nJA U1 BUCKBEE tr.t
rfr-u 01 nwu pa. t nam, toftuur wiuj raj bit 1
, Jr.'-unUvr, JltMUlftll hred nnd l'lcnt Hook, J
tU i j lt licit vuletlM vt SMd, iiuu, t. M
li H W RifrLnno 0U1BUCKBEC sr.frT jM
Judge R E Evans transuded
business at Ponon Tuosday.
Don't forget Breuns coffee,
still in tbo lead. Yitn sella it.
Mrs Johu P Sidos loaves Friday for
n two weeks visit witli relatives at
Mrs Emnret MoKornnn went tn Ha
wnrdou, lit, Huturday for a short visit
C T iiarto returned to Wakefield
Tuesday, nftor on over Sunday visit
with relatives hero,
Ed Droinrof South Sioux Oity, fell
from a liny loft last week nnd wits put
out of bitHinew for n few dy.
Wo have a hotter stook of Hurdwaro
eto, thun wo ever had, nuil you will
find our prices right. Sohriover Bros.
Miss Helen Rockwell, teacher in the
Waltliill sohnols, wub u week end vis
itor hero with friends, returning homo
Frod Beermnn brought homo a Cir
of corn from Speuoor, Nob, lust ueok,
it being pnrt of the rontul fiom his
farms at that plnco.
J F Leedoni, who bus been confined
to his bod tho past couplo of weeks,
is somowhat improved at this tuao.
His condition is si ill sorious, howovor
Mr and Mrs Jos Olemonts of South
Sioux City, Mr and Mrs S A Mueon
and Will H Orr of this plnco, woro
Sunday guests ut tho John B Evans
Estlior Goodman fell ono dny lust
weok aud severely injured Lor kiioo.
As soon ns the infl'imution goos down
an Xvy photo will bo made of it to
locate tho injury.
Will Higginbotbnm nnd wife, of
Norfolk, Nob, worejiore between ttiTius
Tuesdny eurouto to Wulthill to "attend
tllv fmieift1 of ylob L'Atif, nn imclo
of Mr Uiggiubutlirin.
Mrs Tom Alluway uud oliildroti, of
Uomer, and Mrs James Flshor aud
children, of Sioux City, wero Sunday
visitors ut the homo of their parents,
Mr nnd Mrs Fred Duensing.
Mrs Robert Orr, of Meckling, 8 D,
who has been with her daughter, Miss
Maude Orr, who is convalescing nt u
Siout Oity hospital, spent a fow days
hero tlio past week at tho homo of her
brother, Alfred Seymour.
Miss Huzol Sutherland, tenchpr in
tho intermediate department of tho
Dukota Oity schools, entered a Sioux
Oity hospital Wnduesday for un opera
tion for appendicitis. Her plnco in the
school is being filled temporarily by
Mrs F L Graves.
Olios Voss of noraer topped tho
Sioux City market for tha winter with
a half load of lDOG pound steers ut
$8.50. Tbo bulauooSof tho loud being
1492 pound Hereford cows, at $7,
Steel, Kiman & Co, eoniminsion mei
chants, bundled tho shipment.
A stute wide banquet under tbo nu
bpices of tho progressive party will bo
held nt Lincolu, Monday February 17,
0:30 pm to which all progressives,
both ludies uud gentlemen, nro uordi;
ally invited. Hon Bninbridgo Colby,
of Now York, ono of tho foremost oru
tors of tho country, una probably
J ml go. Bon B Liudsuy will bo priuci-
Ed J Huoy, niunugnr of tho E & B
lumber yard in this place, received a
oliecU for $50 last Saturday from tho
company u3 u prize offered by thnm to
managers of thoir various yards for
tho one collecting tha luigest per cent
of tlnir outstaudiug uccnunts. Mr
Huoy can feel proud of bis customers,
unil also of the company that appreoi-ut'-H
Lis business ability to such un ox
tout. Caleb Lane, n former resident of
this countj. died Sunday morning ut
Wulthill, Neb, where ho had been liv
ing far huvorul yenrs pust Deceased
eumo to Dakota cnuiltv in tho fall of
'09. Ho wus a muticiun of tho old
school and with his two brothers,
EiihIiii uud Dutton, both of whom pro
coded him in death, furnished music
for bnlls ami o'jtertaiuinents for miles
around, and e.ttt coufHored tho
little orchestra in tlio couutry
funo'ral was hold Tu'okday, the remains
being brought to tho Omnbu Valley
cemitery, so itb of Homer, forV inter
r i tf Hi 1 avi a u ,io und sovorili UI jo"-.
fr wn th llrcu to mourt. his untimely No 1 prairio hay. John Nixon, Ho
' death, I raer, Neb.
Mrs Frod Bergor is Boriously ill at
hor homo iu this plaoo,
Donn Cornell and wife vinlted rela
tives nt Pouca n fow dnys last week,
Mrs Ed Cliukenboard is homo from
tbo hospital, whero sho was taking
treatment for rhoumasisiu.
A Shotland pony, saddle nnd bridlo
given free. For full particulars writo
Indepundout 1 armur, Lincoln, Nab.
Now is tho timo to ordor your stock
tonio, cough syrups ami lluomontn.
11 J Browuiug, tho Raleigh Mun.-7w2
Prof O ! Sitcpson oxpeots to movo
to bis bachelor quarters in tho east
part of totvu Saturday, from tho 0 R
Tho nernld turnod out n job of nulo
bills I lie first of tho wook for Ohas' 11
Bryant's snle, to bo held WodneBilny,
Send a quartor today to Tho Lin
colu Daily Nows and tlioy will mail
you tbo paper through tho legislative
session. This is half prico.
Wm Wobstor. jr. of Cody, Wvo, ou
listed in tho iiuvy at Sioux Oity last
week. Ho formerly Tesldod with bis
pnrouts nt South Sionx City.
Mrs N R Brnefleld onmo nvor from
Lawtou. la. Wodueedny for n fow
days visit at tho homo of Mrs Bras
field's mother, Mrs S O Hilcman .
lionry Loomis, of Uomer, was nn
over night visitor hero last Friday
uight, ourouto to Wynot, Neb, to visit
his granddaughter, Mrs Jack Mc
Goorgo Wilkins rented tho George
Garter residence Inst woek aud ou
Saturday moved his family to thoir
now quarters from tho V L Ross
Will Lamson, of Oroftou, Nob, was
a caller hero Monday while ourouto to
Waltliill, to atteud tho funeral of his
brothor-in-luw Onlob Lane, who died
Mnn pst (10 with horse and buggy
to sell stook condition powdors in Da
kota county. $70.00 pur month. Ad
dress, Room 2, HOG Farnam Str,
F H Forrest has purchased the old
Ohonoy residence in tho east part of
town and is tearing it dowu and. 'will
uso tho lumber iu erecting u cottugo
on tlio Ailair corner ouht ol John
F Sides' residence.
Jns J Litpsloy is building a now
barn aud iu tho spring will oreot a
dwolliug bouso to bo occupied
by tho licli) ou tho farm. Burt Pow
ell will heli) thorn with tho farm work
tho coming summer.
W L Ross &ml family moved buck
lo this pluoo Tuesday from Dixon,
Neb, where Mr Ross recently dispos
ed of his interest in th? bunk at that
place. Their household goods worn
shipped Tuesdny und thoy uro now
unpacking und will soon lie" at homo
in thbir residence near the Omaha
Mrs Libbie Forbes is oreoting a
now house ou hor farm iu tha grove
just north of thoir presont farm houso.
Don Forbes nnd wife expect, to movo
here from Bullougb, Neb, aud farm
tho Forbes place, und will reside in
tho old house. MrB Forbes and her
sou Arthur will occupy tho now resi
tleuco, Chas Secly and Jay Huutloy, of cor
rcctiouvillo, In, wcro nrrestod by Sbor
iff Farnk Mahon Weduosduy and
lodged iu jail, charged with highway
robbery. Tbo compluiuont being J T
MoOoun, of Wnshtu, la, who claims
ho was slugged and roDbod of S1C0 by
the pair in South Sioux City, The
hearing was sot for ttoday, Thursday,
Easter Sunday is coutroled und
fixed ly the movement of tho moon.
March 23rd is tho day it occurs this
year, and it is tho eailiest possible
day it can fall upon. The last timo it
occurred on March 23rd was in tho
your 1850, boforosomo of us woro born.
Tbo next timo it will, oocnr on thin
date is 131 voars from now, in tho
The friends nnd neighbors of Mr
iUid. ?'r? Hugl' Orulinni ueeviubled nt
tho Gruliam iomo Wednesday evening
in a sort of furowoll party, boforo tho
family breaks up housekeeping, which
thoy expoot to do shortly. Some very
handsome gifts woro loft tuem by tlio
guests ns tokens of rnmcinbrcuco.
Tho Gruhani family oxpoot to go to
California in Juno.
Theo F McGlaehan, secretary of
the Farmerb' Iustituto association,
Sends us u corrected list of names for
tho executive oommitoo, thoro being n
mistake iu tho list furnished Inst week
by him nnd published in the Herald.
Tho committoo consists of tho follow
ing purboiiH; Jacob F Leaii)r, Ira
Wuddell, Audrow Krituipor, Herman
Ebol aud Oliudo Heikea.
O. O. F. to Hold
District Meeting Here
Tho Northoaut Ncbraskn Odd Fol
lows association will hold its uncual
district mooting in this placo Tuesday
oveuing, March 11th, when it is ex
pected that tlueo or four h mid rod
wearers of the tlueo links from tbo
lodges iu this part of the stuto will bo
in attendance, alsoaovorul of tho grand
A publio tirogram, consisting of
music und speaking, will bo rendered
iu tho Ay res hull, beginning nt 7:30 in
the oveuing. This will bo followed by
a business sesHiou of the ussociutiun,
The lodgo will bo opened iu form at
9 p m, ami tho work in tho four de
grees will bo oxotnplifiod on actual
candidates by degree teams from tbo
different lodges in tho district. Groat
preparations uro being made for this
feature of tbo meeting.
A C o'clock supper will bo served (o
to thu visiting members, ulso u mid
night luncheon, by tho ladies of tho
Emmanuel Lutheran uud Salem Lath
Tlio presout ollicers ot tlio asoocia
tiou Jvho have the urrungamuuta if
the meeting iu charge uro: Presi
dent, Prof Carl Sohriever, Dakota
City1; vico president, O 12 1'ersiiiger,
Emerson: sooretury-troasuror, H L
' I'eck, Bandolph.
I l'')0 ollicers and ineinbois of tlo
' l"al '""U" working hurd to umbo
I to meeting a wiicoesa.
I p V-T
Supreme Court Cuts
Mrs. McNamara's Alimony
A Lincoln speoiul In Wednesday's
Oiuuha World Herald comments no
follows on tho decision of tho stipromo
court in tho MoNamnrn divorco caso:
"Tho MHoNamarAdivorouOrtbo whloli
wns brought to tho state Biipromo court
front Dakota county nnd which gave
inhabitants of that section of tho stnto
ample opportunity to listen to much
spicy matter when tho litigntiou was
in the distriot court, was lnado tho
subject matter of nn opinion today.
Tbo lower court granted Mrs McNa
uiara $1,000 suit monoy, $5,000 alimo
ny nnd $000 a year for tho sup
port of the four children of tho couplo.
Today's aatiou of tha supremo court
reduced thnt to $1,000 temporary ali
mony nnd $3,000 pormnnciit alimony,
pnynblo iu semi nuunal installments,
and $100 n your for tbo support of tbo
"In additiou tho high bonoh holds
that cruelty may bo porpotratod sub
sequent to tho filings of tho divorco
potilions and may bo a basis for grant
ing n deorooi A letter whioh MoNn
niara bad written to bis lawyor, charg
ing bis wifo with adultory uud which
ho sont to lor, as ho said, by mistake,
wore instanocd in support of this theo
ry, tho court holding that this consti
tuted gross cruelty, although it occur
red nfter tho suit wns started. It wns
shown ut tbo trial that tbo letter which
MoNnmnra said ho had wiitten to
his wifo nnd which ho thought be
mailed to bis lawyor wns uovor re
ceived by tbo latter.
"Tho lower court iu ordering Mo
Naniarn to pay over suit money and
alimony fuithersot out that his answer
to tho dlvoroo petition would bo strick
en from tha files uud bo could not de
fend bis notion if be did not nitiko good
thoso payments. The high court cen
sures tho lower tiibuncl for this utti
due, saying that tbo right to a defense
shall not bo deniod any party to liti
Old ntro ns it comes in tho orderly
process of ir.it tire, is n beautiful and
niHJesWo thing. It stands for experi-
onco, uuuwiougo, ulsuom, counsel.
Shut is old ngo us it should bo, but
old ago ns it often means poor disgcB-
lion, torpid dowels, a sluggish liver
aud u goueral fooling of ill health, de
spondency nnd misery. This in al
most every instance is wholly unneces
sary- uuo or uiinmborlnlu'B Stomach
and Liver Tablets taken immediately
after mippm will impiovo Ihn disesliou,
tono up tho liver and regulato tbo
bowels. That feeling of despondency
will givo way to ono of hopo and good
chcur. For solo by all dealers. Adv.
Of tho Dukotu County Farmers' Insti
tute, hold nt Dnltotn City, NoLr, Feb
ruary 1 nud 5, 1913:
llalaiieo on linnil from 101:' ,$ 18 K)
Membership dues 61 60
Hecelvcd fiom County., WO 00
From advertlsliiK 120 00
Total receipts...., sw 78
Paid out for premiums 116 60
Printing., 7 60
1'ostnKo ,. 10 IO
Kqulpmaiit of hull, oto,, 7 (is'
Druyngeon piano 10 Ou
Hotel niul trnvullim expens
es, spenkera , Li) IK)
(Speakers nud -Music,,,...,..., It) 05
Traveling expenses of scorotary 0 (X)
Salary of scorotnry 15 00 228 no
Balance on hand, $ 114.1
T. K, MuGlushmi, Sec-Treus.
N Don't You Believe It.
Some say thnt ohronio const ipntion
oannot bo cured. Don't you believe it.
Chamborlain's Stomnoh aud Livor
Tablets liavo cured otuorE why not
you. Givo them a trial. Thoy cost
only u quarter, For sale by all deub
Farm for Sale
The Ohcney farm just west uf Dn
kota City, Neb. Writo or enquire of
Walter Ohonoy, Dukota Oity, Neb.
Lona Wilkins entertained lliu Io
mob club and their goutloman friends
at her home on Thursday evening.
Tho Ycomnn lodgo hud inatululion
of ofllcoro Tlmrsilay evening of last
wook. Statu Manager Finloy deliver
cd nu address uud n midnight supper
Tho Btnr editors nnd Poto Potereon
uud George Kockwell liavo gouo to
batching iu tbo old postofllco building
and hereafter will fry their own btuf
stead uud hum und
Tho Goff restaurant ban been givn
notice to vucato. Muuger & Jorflou
will put in a stock of hardware there.
Mrs D O Amos was u oity visitor
nnd shopper from 8utur.1uy evening
until Monday noon.
O J O'Connor in in Missouri this
Mrs Jim Alluway is on tha sick list,
Dr Beam nud family, of Wulthill
spent Sunday ut (hu E J Smith homo.
Georgo Ashford has t nit en his son
William to u specialist iu Sioux City
Mr uud Mrs Herman Stalling spent
n few days iu Poncu with relutives,
Goo W MoBottth wos u caller iu
F J Ochandor nnd wifo and Mrs Ed
Wiseu woro city hbopnorH Monday,
Jay MoEntaffor visited bis brother's
family at Luiorson over Sunday.
Choice upland hay, ou Nixou mead
ow, ouu milo south of Homer. E L,
The Beht Cough Medicine.
"I have used Ohumborluin's Cough
lleraedy over sincu I huvo been keep
ing housa," Buys L C Humes, of .Mar-
bury, Alu. "J cnusidor it on of tlio
best remedies I evnr usod. My child
rou have all tnlteu it uud it works like
a charm. For colds uud whooping
cough it is excellent, For sulu by all
Buy a good farm on
ounty bottom, I havo
That's what James H. Collins, business expert and writer,
and himself a farmer, does in his new series of practical and"
common-sense articles, showing how the sale ofall kinds
of farm products can be increased. You will find the first
of these articles
ON PAGE 4
Corn Breeding for Every Farm
Anqthcr important article, by Arthur D, Cromwell, explains why it is just as.
necessary for a fanner to breed his seed corn as it is for him to mate his animals.
Two Other Valuable Features Are
Worth -While Ideas for the Farm. Short, pointed articles you can read
all of them in fifteen minutes telling of new methods that make 'the day's work
easier and more profitable, and,
Blue-Ribbon Men. The first ol a number of brief, personal sketches of the
leading agricultural men of the country. This week' it's Henry Jackson Waters,
president of the Kansas Agricultural College and talked of as the next Secretary of
Agriculture in President-elect Wibon's cabinet.
The Cot of Beef We Ea' by P. F. Trowbridge,
showing how the cheaper nnd toucher cuts can be
made very palatable by proper cooking.
Tho Fiurm That Won't Wear Out, by Cyril G.
Hopkins, explaining the necessity of supplying the soil
Interesting Poses for Women. The Country)
Gentlewoman s views on Sunday as a day of rest: a
page of attractive and serviceable dress designs: The
Contents, Care and Usa of thu Medicine Closet; Mak
ing Your Own Bookcases.
For Sale at Any News-Stand or Buy of Any SATURDAY
5c. a Copy. Yearly Subscription $1.50. The Curtis Publishing
Afore Than 200,000 Copies Weekly
Net Paid Circulation
McthodiHt Minister Recommends Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy.
ltuv JuracH A Luwih, Milucn, Minn,
vrit-n: "Chumburbiiti'rt Cough Kumo
tly Iiiih boon u liouilcil und wo'corno
Hiiuht in our liotno for ii number of
you. I highly rorommoiul it to my
folhnvH ah beini' u motliuliio.uorthy of
ttiul In oiihch of ooIiIh, ouugbH mill
nrrmp." Givo Obiunburbiiii's Cough
lloinotly u trial ami we urn conliilrnt
you will llud it very pffeatuul mnl con
tinti) to iinh it iih oooiiBion rrquirrH for
yimrH to ooino, iih tunny otliuin littvo
ilouu. For Halo by nil ilonlors. Adv.
Tnar-Yttra P.vnminwrinn. !
Hpeoiul tonnborH exninlniition in nil
HiibjactH for omiuty cortifluntos, will bo
hold on Saturilny, February 15.
l'upilH dlghtli grmlo ixiuninntion"S
will in Id on tin following iluton:
M.indi lit nml 11, April 10 ami 11,
Muv 8 uinl 0.
Mnrgnrot A. Murphy,
of this week's issue of
ON SALE TODAY
All These Articlesiin Addition:
Four Valuable Poultry Articles. A House for
500 Hens, A Cheap Disinfectant, Hunting the Best
Hen, and How I Made My Hens Lay When Kggs
Tho Congressional Calendnr. Discussing tho
fruit growers' trust problem. Crops and the Market
a forecast of business conditions and the effect oa
For the Suburbanite. Everyman's Garden '(a
weekly department) and a timely article on Planning
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Daily Nowh will conduct its eecoud
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ThiB upucinl prion will prevail iluring
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Tho Daily News bus locenlly in
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id boiug grently eulargeil and lk
pugea have beuu lengthened to coalaia
tliroo mow columns of rcadifig matter
liotuembor, daring the raonth Ot
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