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Dakota County Herald
JOHN H. RBAM, PUDUSHSR
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A weekly nowspnpor publisbod at
Dakota Qlty, Nebraska.
Permission has boon granted for tho
-inraanilaalon of this paper through tho
aaaiis as second-class matter.
Telepbono No. 43.
Official Paper of Dakota County
Seven yearH ago tomorrow your
Uiumblo sorvant assumou" tho owner
ship and manogemont of Tho Horold.
Business relations with those whohavo
patronized Tho Horald haro boon most
pleasant and profitable, and wo fool
.good for another sovon years of labor
.At "tho CBBO."
In the Senate
iiomo ot i meruBi
from our Exchanges
Walthill Times: Mrs Raymond Vobb
of Homer, was in Wnlthill Monday
Lottu epont Sunday
with Ed T Kearney's.
Mr and Mrs Ed
in Sioux City,
Readers of tho Herald, irreflpoclivo
of politics, no doubt will bo interested,
now that tho session ot tho legislature
is over, in loarniug what measures
their sonator, HP Suumway, of Wake
field, introduced, and whero ho stood
on mnttors of public conoern.
Of the 197 bills introduced id tho
isooato end of tho legislature, Senator
.Shumpay's namo apposrs upon nine.
Fivo of these measures became laws,
isnd four met thoir death by being in
doflnately postponed. Bills introduc
ed bv Sonator Suumway onnctod into
Jaws were as follows:
Bouato File No 27. "A Bill for an
.Aot to provido for tho establishment
and maintenance of departments of
agriculture, manual training and homo
oooDomics in high schools aooredlted
to the stato university, consolidated
rural high schools, rural high schools,
and county high schools, naming tho
qualifications of tho instructors; au
thorizing rural schools to beeomo as
sociated with such schools; limiting
.schools that may receive stato aid tin
.dor this Act; making tho aubjootn of
tho courso of study of such sohools;
and providing that tho State Supotin
tendent of Fublio Instruction shall
have gonoral supervision over such
sohools, and that ho shall appoint an
inspector subject to tho approval of
tho Chancellor of the University of
Benato Filo No 73, "A Bill For an
.Act to make tho soiling or giving away
of malt, spirituous, or vinous liquors,
-or intoxicating drinks of any kind
whatsoever, to an Indian of wholo or
mixed blood, an offouso und providing
n ouUy thoroforc, and repealing
Section 7160. Gobboy's Annotated
statutes oi iuii, una ueolarlng an
Bouato Filo No 71. "A Bill For an
.Act to provido for and rogulato mar
xiages and divorooH among certain In
dians, and to provido for tho records
thereof, and to doilno rights of Indian
children, and to provido ponaUios for
the violation of tho same."
Senate File No 250. "A Bill For an
Act to waivo und release all alairns of
tho State of Nobraska to tho southwest
quartor (SW 1) of suction eight (8),
township tbirty-ono (81), range five
.(5) east of tho sixth principal meridi
an, Dixon county, Nobraska,"
Sonato Filo No 333. "A Bill For an
Act to amend Bootiou 1178 of thu Civil
Code as found in Oobboy's Aunotatod
iStatutos of 1011, relating to proceed
ings ot judgment dobtors or oppoal or
error, providing for a bond in nuoli
case, and to ropeal said original seotion
.tiud lu addition thoroto Section 1179
of tho Civil Code."
Bills introduced by Sonator Shum
way whioh'woro inditlnatoly postponed,
briefly sjnoposizod, woro us follows:
Souato Filo No 235. "A Bill For an
Aot to provido a sluto lifo insurance
system for tho Statu of Nobrsaka."
Senuto File No 281. "A Bill For an
.Act declaring it unlawful for any Jus
tioe of tho Poaoo to maintain his oflloo
with any uttornoy-at-law, or to em
ploy uny attornoy-at-law who prac
tices in his oourt as olork."
Sonato File No 282. "A Bill For an
Act to prohibit all county judges from
employing any attornoy-at-law prac
ticing in thoir court as clork or assist
ant in makiug up tho dockets and roo-
crds for suoh county judgo."
Sonate Filo No 378. "A Bill For an
Act providing for agricultural instruc
tion in tho Stato Normal Sohools of
INobrasku, and to declare an ouier
;gonoy." On the closing days of tho legislature
Sonator Bhumway sucooodod, after
jnuch competition, in having tlio flag
-which hung back of tho president's
chair during tho session presented to
rtho Q A It Post at Lyons, which is an
honor noarly ovory representative
socks for some town in their district.
Senator Shumwuy was ouo of tho
liardworking mombors of tho neuate,
leiug chairman of tho education uud
olaims coratuiltoua and also ruomhor
of tho following committoos: Agricul
tare, drainage, finanoo, ways and
moans, insuranco, publio priutiug,
sohool lands uud funds, university und
normal schools. As much of tho re
sults of logisiatiou cuu bo traced to
committoo work, it can plainly bo
aeon that Sonator Shumwuy hud much
to do with nil legislation ounoted
which relates to tho above subjeots.
His support und vote woro always giv
to matters of u progressive nature as
well as everything pertaiuiug to a
higher moral piano ot our stuto's con
dition, and his ooustituunts ouu well
ieol proud of his work.
Allen News: Will Armour nnd
wife loft for Omaha this morning....
E F BaBmUBSon, the Goodwin uuo
tioneer. transacted business in Wator
Ponder Times; Patrick Jones, of
Hubbard, was a Pender caller Wed
nesday, transacting business at tho
county treasurer's oOlco. Ho owns a
fino quarter soctiou of land in Perry
prooinot. This ofilco acknowledges a
Wakefield Horns in Wayno Demo
orat: QH Prangor arrived Friday
from a month's vacation in tho south.
Ho purchased 10 aores of land near
Livo Oak, Florida, whioh ho oxpoots
to improve as a fruit farm. O W
Smith, who has boon acting station
agent during Mr Pranger's absence,
left for Omaha Tuesday morning,
Lyons Mirror: Section boss John
Young and his mon woro working on
tho railroad tracks noar Emerson this
wook. Swan llultborg has recontly
joined tho force... Mrs. Louis Ilor
mau waB down from Winnebugo this
wook to visit hor son B L Herman who
has charge of tho Burlington dopot for
tho present. Mr Herman's grandfather,
M. J. Herman, is ono of tho earliest
pioneers of Nebraska, first coming
bore about CO years ago as a cabin boy
on a Missouri river steamer.
Winnobago Chieftain: Miss Gbur
lotto Kolloy, of Homor, was tho guest
of Mrs O F Niohols on Tuesday und
Wednesday, and took in tho Ladies
Aid springtime supper Mrs Ohas
Holly, who has been visitiug at tho
homo of Mr ana Mrs John Ashford for
ubout two weeks, roturnod Tuesday to
her home in Omaha, tuklng with her
littlo Paul Asliford. Mrs Ashford,
who is visiting in Dos Moines, la, with
hor fister, Miss Cora Weaver, will re
turn homo by way of Omaha.
Homor SUr: Mrs P O Hasan, of
Sioux City, visited with her sistor,
Mrs Leon Beam, ono day last wook.
....Joseph Smith left on Tuesday for
tho sand hills to look uftor his land
interests.... Mrs J M King is visitiug
ut tho homo of ber mother, Mrs Jas
Knox, in Elk Vulloy. Mr King is
bacbjng during his wifo's absonoo....
Gilbert Hughes, this wcok purchased
four lots in Fairviow addition from
Joseph Smith with tho intention of
erecting a nice residence... Mrs My
ron Batos loft on Wednesday for
Mankato, Minn, to visit her sister for
soveral weeks. Mr Bates accompani
ed nor as far as Bioux City,
of Danbury and Miss Ida Hall of
Omaha. Tho body of Miss Hall is tho
only ono that has not been reoovored ,
Tho others were rocovorcd at inter
vals after they had been washed up ou
too banks of the Missouri. Tho acci
dent oootirred noar Dakota City, when
tun automobilo was .driven into too
river while tho party was spinning
along tho old Dakota City road. Tho
road was hardly over used and it is
prosumod that whilo driving at a rapid
rato of spook tbo automobilo swerved
from tho road and plunged into tho
Emorson Entorpriso: Frank Haaso
was in Sioux City on business last
Friday.... O E Porsiugor nnd wife
went to Sioux City to seo their fathor,
Mr Porsingor, sr, of Whiting, la, who
in qulto siok at ono of tho city hospit
als.... Kato Jenson BoDderson was
horn in Bwoden, September 0. 1830,
and died at tho homo of hor son John
Bonderson, 11 miles northeast of Em-
ot son, April 10, 1018, agod 82 years,
7 months nnd 1 day. Mrs Bonderson
waB married in Sweden, to Androw
Bondorson, February 8, 18G0, Thoy
emigrated to tho United States in 1803,
locating in Utah, from thenco thoy
onmo to noar Omaha whoro thoy lived
several years, ana about illtoon years
ago came to .bmorson whoro thoy lived
till April 16, 1910, when Mr Bonder
son died. Mrs Bonderson was highly
ostodmod by all who know her. In
oarly lifo sho was carefully instructed
in tho religious lifo and united with
tho English Lutheran church by tho
boautiful rito of confirmation, and sho
nover departed from tho fuith. Sho
loaves throo sons, Bon, John and Julo
Bondorson, of Emorson, and ono
daughter, Mrs Alfred Larson, of Finn
droau, S D, 23 grandchildren and a
largo circle of frionds and neighbors
to mourn hor doparturo. Funoral ser
vices woro liciu at the m J3 ouurob in
Emorson, conducted by the Bev J
Kuhu, pnstor of St Luke's English
Lutheran church. Text, Bev 11-13.
A very largo congregation attended
tho sorvicos. Her remains vero inter
red in Boso Hill cometory to await tho
rosorcotion mourn. Bost in poaoo,
Sioux City Journal, 21 : Without
coal tho government snagbout, Lieu
tenant Lowis, is fast on a sandbar in
tho Missouri rivor fivo miles below
Dakota City, Sho has boon aground
tor two days, but is uninjured. An
appeal for assistance was sunt to tho
forco of mon at tho govornmont harbor.
A barge has been loaded with a supply
of coal and will bo iloutcd to tho boat
today. Tho men in ohargo of tho col
lier will depend ou thu current, which
is sluggish sinoo tho river fell, to get
alongside thu Lewis. During tho high
water tbo Lowis went to Decatur, Nob,
to got u quartor bout and bargo, It
wus lowing thutu when it struck the
bur. Bhu was uuablo to back off, und
tho crow could do nothing with tho
oraft. The destination of tho Lewis
is Elk Point, S 1), where riprappiug
needs repairing. The Lowis draws
moro than throo foot of water and has
boon having trouble in nuvagating tho
Missouri tuis spiing. When it was
ilrsL brought out of tho winter harbor
tho craft made three uuBUOocssful at
tempts to got to Decatur. Thu cap?
tuin finally was required to wait for
high water. While down
tho stream fell remarkably
numoious saudbars formod.
bar bus formed south of tho
Ponoa Journal: John Shannon
Boardshour was born in Ohio, Septem
ber 18, 1811. He came to Nebraska
in 1800. Ho died April 10. 19,13, at
Yankton, S D, and was buried in tho
Beardshoar family burying ground,
six miles northwest of Ponca, Tho
funoral sorvico was hold in thu High
land sohool honse on Wednesday,
April 16, ut 3 o'clock p ni, tho Bev J B
Boo, officiating. Ho leaves threo
children, John W Buurcliiheur, Bapid
City, S D; Mrs Miunio Jacobson, Vio
lin, S D; Goorgo W Beardshoar, Lced,
S 1). There aro five surviving sisters,
MrsMBDoWett, Ponoa; Mrs F A
Boals, Dallas, Oro; Mrs Peter Van
Dorn, Eddy, Colo; Mrs Emmctt Heald,
Ponoa; airs LM Douthitt, Fremont.
....Elmer Perry Snydor, son of C F
and Mary M Snyder, was born in
Dakota county, Nebraska, September
8, 1897, and'nftor an illness lasting
for six weokB, ho suddonly took a turn
for tho worso und died ou Sunday,
April 0, 1913, at 2 o'clock a m. Ho
wus ID years, G months nnd 27 days
old, Ho was a mombor of tho Metho
dist Sunday sohool, but liko many
other boys of his ago had not affiliated
himself with tho ohuroh. His mother
died Juno 11, 1902. His father, his
brothers, Hurry and Lawronon, his
sister, Mrs M A Ashbury, of Dalton,
Nobr, survivo him. Thu funeral ser
vices wero hold in tho Ponca Metho
dist church on Wednesday, April 9,
at 2 o'clock, p m, and thu body was
interred in tho Ponou comotory. Tho
pupils of tho sixth grudo, his class, of
tho publio sohool uttundod the funeral
iu n body.
has been station agent hero tho past
two years and wo regrot to boo thorn
loavo our burg, yot wo wish" him, with
his family, all kinds of prosperity in
thoir new home. Wo also welcome
Mr Davidson, our new agont, nnd
trust that ho will bo with us for a long
timo to come.
Bomomombor when you havo pro-
duco to soil, that our prices for it aro
always tho top of tho market. Geo
Mrs Hanson and daughter Helon, of
Wakefield, visitod a couple of days at
the Grihblo home tho past weok.
Fred Bartols shipped two car loads
of shoop last weok to Omaha. Ho ac
companied tho shipment.
Nails, staples, hammers, hatchets,
wrenohes, pinchers, ourry combs and
brushes at U Anderson Co s.
Mrs John Jensen and Patriok Jones
wero southbound paBsongers Wednes
day of last weok.
Mr and Mrs O M Basmusson, Alice
und Mrs T Hcffcruan and Mrs B Grih
blo woro shoppors in Sioux
City last Wednesday,
Sunday school at 10:00 o'olock am.
Publio worship evory second nnd
fourth Sunday at 11 :00 a m, at Luther
Minnio nnd Pcto Dyer, of Sinnx
City visited ovor Sunday at tho homo
of thoir uncle, B B Dyer.
L Sorcnson visited in Siouz City
from Buturday until Tuesday,
Lubricating oils and greases at O
Evelyn Bash, of Stoux City, attond-
od tho danco hero Monday night.
A fair crowd attended tho Danish
Brotherhood danco hero Saturday
Carrio Hansen, Lona and Clara
Larson wero overnight guests at thu E
Christonsen homo Saturday.
Como to us for anything you need
in tho lino of poultry snpplios. Our
stock includes tho famous Leo goods,
that always satisfy. Geo Timlin,
Grandma Timlin is suffering from a
Littlo Hilga Dyer has been quito
sick tho past wook.
Tho danco givon Monday night by
Mike Beaoom was quito a success,
thirty-eight numbers being sold.
Briug in your cream, butter and
eggs, and got tho top market price
O Anderson Co.
Mr nnd Mrs K Rssmusson nnd Mr
and Mrs O Jacobson, of Wntorbury,
woro in Hubbard Thursday of last
k A cowardly, lowlivod deed was done
by somo unknown party Monday night.
The guilty ones should bo hunted down
and punished. Knud Itasmusscn,
having bought a bull from Horman
Nelsen, went on Monday afternoon to
bring him homo. Tho bulL not being
used to leading, tuckered himBclf out
about tho timo thoy reached John
Ilogun's farm. Mr Hustnussen then
thought ho would tie him thoro until
morning when ho could take him tho
balance of tho way homo. Imagine
his astonishment when ho arrived there
the next morning ana found tho ani
mal had been killed un skinned du
ring tho night. It would cortuinly be
the proper thing to hunt down tho
thief and placo him where ho conld
not got a chance to commit another
Are You buying the Best Oils
If not it is time to change and get better values for your money.
RememberThese Are the Kinds
Polafine AutO Oil Has no etmal Stands most heat and cold. Lubricates
best. Goes farthest, and will not carbonize.
Best Castor Machine Oil An extremoly. heavy, strong oil that won't thin
-- ---- -- down with heat.
Red Machine Oil Not so heavy' but the best a11 around machine oil on the
Also Cream Separator, Gas Engine, Capitol Cylinder and Grain Harvester Oils and
Grease of every description. All to be found at
Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co.
Dakota. City. Nebraska.
property was oocupiod by O H Thomp
son and family, nnd .belonged' to Mrs
Alvin Smith. Tho lire was causod by
tho explosion of a lamp.
Mr and Mrs John Nixon were pas
sengers to Sioux City Monday evening.
J Jmith and wife autoed to Sioux
John Nixon and wifo wero passen
gers to Sioux City Monday night, re
C J O Connor had a car of hogs on
the Sioux City market Tuesday.
.Baukor W H Byau attended tho
meeting of tho Stuto Bankers associa
tion at Fremont Tuesday.
Tho barn of J O Herring, who lives
on tho B M Lorke farm north of town
which ho recently purchased, was
burned to tho ground Thursday night
of last week. Two horses, u uwff set
of harness, somo hay and grain were
also consumed. Tho loss was partly
covered by insurance. Tho causo of
the fire is unknown.
Ed Morgan marketed a car of
cattlo in Sioux City Tuesday.
Mrs J Tobey and Miss Edna Bachort
of Ft Dodgp. la, aro visiting at the
John Bachort homo.
Horaco Dutton visitod in Sorgeant
Bluff, la, at tho homo of Marl: Combs
a few days the past week.
Mrs O Bobier-MoDowell of Akron,
Colo, is horo on a visit with her children.
It is Not too Early to be Making Plans for a Vacation Tour
To the Paelflo Coast:
Every day from Juno 1st the excursion rnto will bo $G0, and to inclndo
tho Shasta Line, $77.50, on certain special dates $5 less; you may go one
way and return anothor. In tuis wny tho world's greatest railroad jour
ney may be accomplished.
Yellowstone National Park.:
Bateo to this wonderland havo been announced via Cody, tho east and
scenio entrance, via Gardner, tho official ontranoo and through scenic Col
orado and Yellowstone entrance Also for personally conducted campiag
tours, A camping tonr under personal escort makes ono of the finest
reoreative tours this country offers.
Gleioler National Pen-It
On the Great Northern Bailway, reached from Bolton or Glacier Park
station, Mont, Excursion rail rates to thoBo points do not exceed $35
from Nebraska, with vory low rates beyond through the Park. Only a
small expenditure required for an interesting visit to this "wonderland."
Descriptivo publications will soon follow. We shall be glad to have you tell
us what bind of a summer tour you have in mind and to placo you on our
list for publications.
W. E. Snethen, Agent, Dakota City, Nebr.
L. W. Wakeley, G. P. A., Omaha, Nob.
1 CORRESPONDENCE 1
Sioux City Journal, 20 : Tho body of
Louis LudwiK, of Danbury, Iu, mem
ber of tho uulouiobilo party of five
whioh wont iutotho Missouri rivor last
fall, was taken from the rivor noar
Whiting, la, yesterday. It was plok
ed up by tho government Buogboat and
taken to Sloan, whoro it was idontiilod.
Ludwin's wob tho fourth body of tbo
ill fated automobilo party to bo reoov
ored. Tho party loft Sioux City Oo
tobor 1, l'Jl'2, for Omaha. AH traoo
of tho party was lost until tho luBt of
October, whou tho body of George
Miller, 215 Sixth uvonue, was lecovor
od on a sandbar betwoon Sioux City
aud Whltiug. At first foul play was
hinted at, but lator developments woro
disolosod that removed all doubt that
the affair was au accident , Besides
Ludwig, who was driving tbo oar
when it left Sioux City, und Miller,
tho party includod Miss Bertha Hoi
brook of Sioux City, Frauk Starapor
We Pay t, on Time Deposits
because the farmers of three states are cotninc to us m
for loans. And they are the Safest Class of Bor
rowers the World Knows.
Invest your saving with them through us, backed and
guaranteed by every dollar every acre of land the
experience and good reputation of n lifetime, and that's
i investments .Safe as a Government Bond"
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Insuaanue i-,u ' r-'"l-yi
GOOD Bakiuug President
Mr and Mrs Nols Andorson woro
Jaoksou visiters Monday.
Grain sacks at O Andorson Go's.
Clyde Crego mado his usual trip to
Dakota City Sunday.
Mrs Jobu Howard is visitiuft iu tho
city this wook ,
A full lino of summer underwear of
tho highost quality. Goo Timliu.
MrB Horniau Nolseu and children
wont to Sioux City Tuesday.
Etta Jftoobson, of Wntorbury, spent
from Saturday until Tuesday horo
Forks, spades, shovols, rakos and
hoes at C Anderson Co's.
Mrs MoGeo and daughter Mnbol
visitod frionds in tho city Saturday,
Mrs Tom Mitoholl, of Omuhu, is
visitiug friends iu town this wuek,
Whou you buy n Gate City or Cow
nto mou's work glovo, you get your
monoys worm oi wear, besiiles com
fort aud fit. Geo Timlin.
Sam Knox shipped two cars ot
cattlo to Omaha Thursday of last
Hayco Bros shipped a car of hogs
from horo Thursday .
All kinds and sizes of ropo at C
Misses Mary aud Margaret Byuu, of
Jaoksou, and Miss Hazel Grabbort, of
Sioux City, visitod at tho Mrs M Oul
leu home Sunday ovouiug.
Miss Miuuio Clausen wont homo
Sunday for a short visit.
Liquid Voncor, for olouuing and
poliBhiug is juBt what jou ueod .at
hoiiBocleuniug time, csollit. Goo
Next Sunday tho Lord's supper will
be administered in tho Lutheiau
ohuroh. Dou't forget the bouovolont
offering. Au lmportaut congrega
tional mooting will bo held followiug
Josoph Christorson, who is attend
ing sohool iu Wayno, camo home Sat
urday for a short visit with his prronts,
For Sale Cottonwood lumber in
any quautity. Thou Long.
Nols Andorscu aud Hans Larson
went to Bioux City Thursday of last
Pearl Porsiugor visitod n couple of
days Inst weok at Dixon with rolutivos.
All kinds of staple and fanoy gro
ceries ut C Audersou Co's.
Mr and Mrs Muyllold loft Monday
for Wiusido, whore thoy expoect to
take up their abode, Mr Maj field
Mrs O A Barrett, of Sioux City, is a
Riiost in tho homo of her parents, John
Brady and wifo.
Mary Moore spent Tuesday und
Wednesday with relatives ut Now-
Mary McCormiok roturnod from
Sioux i Fulls, S D, Monday. Sho
wus accompanied homo by her
mothor and sister Kathleen. Tho lat
ter is rocovoriug frtfra an operation for
appendicitis uud expeots to romaiu
horo a faw woeks.
Mrs Dr E A Jnnkiuson, of Sioux
City, was a guest of hor folks hero
ovor Monday night.
John W Byau had two loads of
cattlo of his o'wn feeding ou tho mark
Tho 10th, 11th and 12th grades took
tho state examinations last Friday and
Geo Tollor returned from Woonsock
et, S D, Saturday evening, whero ho
hud gone to look nfter the planting of
trees, etc, ou his farm. Ho reports
tho crop conditions all thoy could bo
Thoro will be u grand ball iu Biloy's
hall noxt Friday evoning. Music by
tho Jackson orchestra.
Mrs Thos Casby and children do
parted for their now homo at Tuttlo,
N D, Wuduesday. Mr Caooy had pro
ceeded them about two wooks boforo.
John J By an was over from Sioux
City ouo day tho last of tho ffcok.
Mrs BN Byau was called to Bol
moud, la, lust wook by tho serious ill
ness of hor mother.
Mrs James Barry, a pioneer lady of
Mououu county, la, Mrs J J MoDilde
aud Mrs Felix Thies attended tho bou
etlt play last Thursday night in Sioux
City for tho sudors of tho Good Shepherd.
Laura noonoy, ot Nacora, attended
tho dancing party hero last Friduy
evonlug and was an ovor Sunday guest
of tho Misses Blanche and Helen
Joseph Marsh nnd E T Keunelly at
tended n "Mooso" initiation in Sioux
City last Thursday ovouing.
Frauk Mtillullay and Geo Giauia re
turned from Sioux City Friday ovou
ing, where thoy woro subpoeuod as
witnesses iu the damugo suit of John
Giauafukis vs tho Burlington B B,
The ense was continuod.
Look to Your Plumbing.
You know what happens to n houso
in whioh tho plumbing is in poor con
dition overybody in tho house is lia
ble to coutract typhoid or somo other
fover. Tho digestive orgaus perform
tho same functions in the uumuu body
as tho plumbing does for tbo house,
and thoy should be kopt in first class
condition all the time. If you havo
any trouble with your digestion tuko
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets and you arc certain pf quick
relief. For sale by nil dealers. Adv.
PUDinRUE:-Slrcd by Prince ilu Olienoy (21308). lie by ?
Vac du Oliunoy (HOofl). out of Oliorlotto II (lll)J), Dam, TRf
Moucho de Thlsncs (2S9), sho by Ornunlste (liCW), out of A
Konle (lc Vlllers(J0705). iff
First Publication HSWlw.
Notice of Application foe Liquor License
Notlco Is horoby given that ou tho 10th
dny of April, 1013, Henry Krumwlcriu lllcil
ultli thu village clerk of Dakota Olty,
Nebraska, his application and petition for
a license to sell malt, Nplrltluonsmul vinous
liquors and to conduct a saloon on lot 12,
block 140, lu said village of Dakota Olty,
Nebraska, under the laws of the state and
ordinances of said village. Any aud all ob
jections to too granting oi sniu license
should 1x3 llled with thu village clerk ou or
before April :, IlilK.
Henry KruniwieUe, Applicant.
S.T. Knun, Village Clerk.
Dated Anrll 10, 1018.
First publication 1-11 :iw
Notice of Application for Liquor License.
Notice is heroby given that ou the 8th day
of April 10i:t, Uuggan A HelTornnn llled with
the village clerk of Hubbard, Nebr., their
application aud petition for n Ucoxiso to sell
malt, spirituous aud vinous liquors, and
conduct a saloon In snld village ou lot 15. In
block lit, under thu laws of tho statu of Ne
braska and ordinances of said village, dur
ing the llscul year beginning the llrst
Tuesday in May. IMS. Any and nil object
Ions to tho granting of sntd Uconsu should
lm on fllo with the village clerk by thu With
da of April, 1013.
Duggnn & HuITornan,
I). O. HoiTcrnau, Applicants.
First publication f-25-fiw
Notice Is horoby given that by virtue of
au older of sain Issued by Clcorgo Wllklns,
clork ot tho district court lu uud for Dakota
county, Nebraska, aud directed to me.
rrniiK immiioii. sneriu in said county, com
manding mo to sell the pruinlse lieiulu
aftor (lescrlU'd to satisfy a certain Judg
ment of tho said district court of the Mild
county unit state, obtained at thu February,
1013, term thereot, in favor of Altec K.
Stlmsou, plalutlir, and against Aguos Me
(Joriulck and John K.arnlT, defendants, for
tiin Eiiin of mi,, lnitiilmil nnd four dollars
and thlrty-llvo conts ($101.85). together with
attorney's feo of ton dollars una lorty-tnrco
cents ($10.1.1). with Interest thoreon ut tho
into of 15 per cent per annum, and his costs
taxed at twenty-seven dollars aud llfty
cents ($27.50). I havo levied upon tho follow
ing described real estate, to-wlt:
Tho southwest quartor of tho northeast
quarter of section 15. township Xt, rnngo 7
east, in Dakota county. Neiiiaska.
And I will, on tho 27th day of May, 1913,
nt 10 o'olock n in, of sold day, ut tho south
front door of the court houso lu Dakota
Olty, Dakota county. Nebraska, proceed to
sell at nubile auction to tbo highest and
iH'St bidder, for cash, all of tho above de
scribed pioporty, or so much thoreof as
iiuiv Imi necessary to satisfy snld order of
sale, Issued by Clcorgo Wllklus, clerk of tho
district court lu and for Dakota county,
Nobraska, tne amount uuo inoroou in mo
aggregate lelng the sum of one bundled
aud fourteen dollars and suveuty-elght
cents ($UI.7S).oud prior tax costsof twenty
seven dollars nnd llfty cents (JV7.50). aud
(liven under my hand this 2.1 rd dny of
Apt It, A. 1). 1013.
Sheriff of DaLotu (lounty. Nobr.
TjKKGKAKI) Is n Day llelglan Stallion, 7 years old, weight
ltrnii pounds, with sinnll stripe In forehead, nnd right hind
foot white. Ho wns bred by Mr. Follx Ooupcz, of Unssllly,
15. nnd Imported March l.loll. by'W.A. Lang&Oo., of Greeley.
; Iowa, Ho was foaled In 1UM.
Vi will Stand the Season of 1913 as Follows:
ft Mondays and Tuesdays, at tho Ohas. liltvon farm.
IT' Wednesdays, at Fied I.uhrs', on tho Win. I.ahrs farm, nenr
SK Dakota Olty.
Ii. Thursdays, at Ohas, Helkes'. on Hugh Graham farm.
Kl Fridays. Saturdays and .Sundays, at K. I.. Koss', on tho old
if. Wm. Nixon farm, Just south of Homer.
jfk TUkMS $15.00 to lusuio with loal; $20.tt for standing colt.
F Tlnnn the snle or removal of mures from county, foal bill
K lieconies due nt once; or whon mares aro not properly "
returned for tilftl selvlce, fee Ikcoiuu duo ut once. j
& Duo cure will betoken to prevent accidents, but at risk of '
JA owner of mare if she sustains any. j
f LEONARD ROSS 3
Owner and Attendant, Dakota City, Nebr. 5
Miss Mattio MoKiuloy, ot South
Sioux City, visitod ovor Sunday with
friends aud rolutivos iu Homor.
Axel Christousou snout Sunday iu
Dakota Olty. i
Miss Paulino Galo spent Saturday
aud Suuduy in Omaha with her pa
routs. Misses Lena and Clara Larson were
juissongors to Sioux City Friduy even
ing. Fire destroyed tho building west of
Ashfotd's storo Woduosday evening of
lust week ut ubout 8;!10 o'clook. Tho
First publication l-25-lw.
NOTICE OK INCOWOUATION. '
Notlco Is horuby glvou that tho under
signed, havo associated themselves togeth
er forming a Ixxly corporalo under the
laws of tho state of Nobraska. Tho name of
said corporation shall bo The North Saloni
Telephone tlompauy, and Its pi lnclpal placo
of business shall 1hj ut Dakota Ulty, Ne
braska. ... ,
Tho gonoral unturo of the business by
said corporation to Ik! conducted shall boa
i in ut telephone business for tho lienellt of
biil.erllor to stack, and tho amount of
capital stock of Mild corporation shall Ihi
$.1ti.ulwh!chniny bo Issued In exchange
for cash or teluphono equipment, $1,260 of
which stock Is fully paid.
Tho time of coivgnoheomont of this corpo
ration shall be April 25th, 1013. nnd the tor.
inlnatlon thoicof April -Jftth. 2012. The
highest amount of Indebtedness to which
,... .....rtrt urn ituiv kiililent Itself shall
;..,...,...,;,.. ..,i tun.thlnU nf Its euul till stock.
The iitTulrs of said corporation shall l con
ducted by a i'rosldent, Vlce-l re.ldent,
Sooiotary.Trcusuror und u Hoard of Flo
1)lri4iha0rh) O.lleormttli, JM V. N""""'
1'. W. Doorman, llortuun IKuel.
Spring -Time Plans
for Summer Trips
The travel idea grows stronger with c
approach of vacation days. Where
will you go this summer? Planning
is half of the pleasure. Begin nowl
Special Excursion Fares via the
North "VlTesterf Lrine
To the East Round trip excursion tickets on sale June
1 to September 30, 1914, to a large territory in the East.
To the West Excursion fares June 1 to September 30,
1913, to the Southwest, California and Puget Sound.
Special Convention Fares from time to time.
Diverse Routes Liberal Stopovers
Upon Advice as to the Trip You Have in
Mind, the Stopovers Recmired, Etc., Com
plete Travel Information will be Furnished
B. C. Buchannan,
Agont, Dakota City, Nob. Div,
G. H. MacRAE, Gen'l. Pass. Agent, 'St. Paul, Minn.
Passongor Agont, Omaha, Nobr.