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DAKOTA COUNTY HfcRAii): DAfcCftA Ofo, ttEStt.
jimrtii ni f n hmjBfriijrrtrift vmtfw'fm tuti niru -ktih n ? - -iV r- '""
NEEDLE WAS SAVED
New Process Invented to Pre
serve Surface of Monolith
in Central Park.
ANCWBR8 WMICH WILL SOLVE
PERPLEXING PHOOLEMC OF
THIS RECONSTRUCTION ERA.
"I Feel Just Like
Shouting For Joy"
fjuory. The government tins iHUnclicd
an (iliiMillnnnl rumpalKn to encourage
bull'lliiK In onliT to put more men to
work U'oukl not a similar movonn lit to
allow liow lh old tructuren own bo leal
t Puli. March 13, 1!' hv.
1 Probate rs'oi lc to ('rcilltori.
In the County Court of Dakota
County, Nebraska. , i MILS. MtiUS HAD
i in mo matter in mu jviiuui oi
Mnrv Whikhaus Vo. deceased-
I Notice is hurcby given, that tlio' IllvhP IIIMt .S
creditors of the .said deconsed will '
meet the executor of said of.tnto, be- ,,,, , ., , . . . . .
r, , ',.,,:.. ln.irr,. r iinvtn' "When I think about how much
lMU Mil f Jl tMJ lfv.
no idi:a any
i gool na new nlno hlp7
Rigors of Western Climate Cauocd
Khedive's Gift to Disintegrate.
Painting Ancient Obelisk With
Special Preparation Stay.
cd Decay Ruined Por-
tlono Hectored. '
New Vorkors invoke ono morning lo
find In their breakfast headlines the
news Hint n zealous park cmplojoo bad
discovered xjgns of disintegration on
the stirfneo of the city's most treasured
untlque Cleopatra's Needle. Photo
graphs revealed that the inoiiolltb was
peeling, largo plows of sandstone hav
ing fallen from the (all shaft, currying
with tlicm part of the prized hiero
glyphs. London'n twin sister of Clcopntrn'H
Needle was reported s rostlng com
fortably jind cnilurliigly on tho banks
of tho Thames, mid the rival port won
dered whether a preparation would bo
found lo stay tho attacks of their
Such ii preparation wns soon forth
coming. A new pnlnt combination no
a preservative for stone was Invented
Answer.'- It Is learned that such a
plan Is In effect lind Is linked dlructly
Vl ( 1 1 I he WiislilngTbn piopngnnda.
Industry must ho turned hack fiom
wnrka nf ivni In llio wnvs of rlcacc.
Hiniiloyiiient must bo found, In the 'or8..to, .!!r??.cnt.
mOniiwbflc, for those whose oeciipa
Hon has been Interrupted. There Is u
lOlli day of April. HMD, and on tho Bas 0'f Smitlifk
atJtli day of May, 1U1D, at 10 o'clock ,.,, , ,
A. M. each day, for tile purpose of ('ftot' V '
' atiiJ mott economically rpalrJ ami moilo County, Nebraska, at the County Ianlnc did for me, I feel just like
Court looiii in said comity, on tlio sJiouting for joy," said Mrfc. Lizzie
iold, Illinois. "For
ad Btomncli trouble,"
presenting their claims for oxaminii -she continued, "and couldn't oat n
lion, adjustment and allownnco. bite of anything without being mis-
'ilireo inonins nro niiowcu lor crouu- ..-..i.i,, rnr I,,,,,,., rtnr!, t f,t.r
real surplus of labor In tlio United
Stntos. Ilalher there Is a shortage,
which would be unite If normal condl
dltloiis were already restored, and one
step towards texturing them will come
with resumption of repair work'.
(iovcrnment restrictions, Imposed by
tho necessities of the war program,
have for many months past retarded
or altogether prevented construction,
Improvement and repairs. These re
strictions arc now off, nnd there la
scarcely a town, n city, a factory, n
dwelling or n farm that does not reenl
a crying need for prompt attention.
Nothing delays such Instant action ex
cept tho feeling that prices are high
for the lime being and may be lower.
That Is not logical. No matter what
It costs to repair, tho cost Is less than
tho cost of neglect. No matter what
the cost -of paint, the wind and tho
weather will collect a higher bill lu
deterioration and decay.
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l. lliuil liuillia tun, iijii; , . . ,,, ,. , . , . ,
'year for the executor to settle naid """ ""'"" l' " y uunuwouiu
acnu iiko an iron unnu wns ueci
around it nnd often I would get as
' I estate, from the 24th day of l-'cbru-"
ary, 1919. This notice will be pub-
:.".'.. . . .-. . . r . T T " I .
lisliou in tlio unKota uouniy .i era u ycIIow M pumkjn, wag nePV.
for four weeks successively prior to ' ' ' ,
the lOtii day of April, 1919. ous- too aiul so restless nnd fidgety
Witness my hand, and senl of said that often 1 couldn't go to bed and
court, this IMtli day of February, A. Ko to sleep but I would have nervous
S. W. McKINLKY,
First Pub. March 13, '19 5w.
Notice of Sale on l.xcciitlnii
Notice is hereby given that by vir- for the rest of the night
tuo of an execution issued out of tho
District Court of Dakota County, Ne
braska, by J. S. Bacon, cleric thereof,
in n case in which tho State of Ne
braska is plnintifr, nnd the "I Don't
Know Club" is defendant, wherein
the said plaintiff recovered of the
said defendant a judgment, in the
way of a fine, assessed against said
defendant;, in the sum of 109.70, up
on which has accrued the further
KUin of $2.00 in costs, I have levied
upon tlio following described real
estate situated in Dakota County,
rigors and many n night I have laid
awake waiting and hoping for morn
ing to como and some times I could
n't lio in bed any longer nnd would
just have to get up and sit in a chair
got &o weak that I couldn't have
walked a block if I had been paid a
hundred dollars to do it and I felt
so bad all the time that life was a
burden to iue. I tiied all kinds of
treatments and medicines but nortc
of them did mo a bit of good and I
began to think there was .no hnpe
for me at all.
"When I heard about Tanlac doing
so much good and decided to try it
I was too weak to go for" a bottle
Uncle Sam Sets a Good Example
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The Obellflk was prcHcnlnl to tlio City
' New York by Uii Khenlvo of Kypt.
mander Oorrlnco, U ,
H. N., after a threo V
years' effort, obtain- t
cd possesion of t ?
und moved it to Its V
preBcnt position, "t k
tin pxponBo of nearly h
ioo,ooo. It was il- f
nally awumt Into po- I
nlllon at noon, Janu-'
ury 22, 1881. ;
Tlio bolsht of thlojf
monument, from tmou
to tip, is C9 foet, 2
Inclici. Tho lnuiiii
urement of tlio bano,
urpjure throuRli Ito
axlH, la 7 foot, 8i -Inches.
wnlcht of tho mono-
llth lu 2I0U toiiH.
(! II ...nu ...in..-
rli-il ii oar tho torrid
eono, It 1ms traversoiU
tlio cntlro loiiKth of
Kcypt. most of tnat
of tlio llodltcrr.i
,nean Hca and tho ,
width of tho Allan-
tlo Ocean a (lis
tanco of C.400 mllos
provlnc ItBOlt a llrnt
rato travclur for ono
whoso oka hns ox- ,
oo e d oil thlrty-llvo '
centuries. In the
couruo of Itn exist
i'tico II lias neon
I'liarnoli and bin host
uolnir to tholr do
tstruotlon tn tlio Hod
ilea; Hhlohalc march
WK to tho Coimucst
of Jerusuleni; Cam
byisun dcsoluthiK tho
I'latoand othor Urtok
Query. What do you think of paint as
an Investment, nrldo from tho nppcaranco
It lends? Uoon It really PAY lo paint a
bouso r-gulaily, uny, ovory tliroo or four
Answer. tlood pnlut properly up
piled when needed Is the main thing In
making u house last long and well. A
house worth S2,f.W can ho painted at a
cost of about 912.". In 00 years Hint
house wilt need about 15 paintings,
the total cost of which will ho $1,805;
Left without paint, such u house would
fall Into complete ruin lu HO years. So
Inking 00 years as u basis for our tig-
tires we find that with paint a home
will last (but time In good condition
und will cost, plus pnlut, $J,.'!75. With
out paint the botibu would have to ho
rebuilt ift the end of !J0 years nnd
would be ready for another complete
renovjttloii when the sixtieth year ur
rlved. Coat, without paint, $5,000 for
n homo ready to fall to pieces. Does
regular painting pay? As tho old
Dutch adage says:
"PAINT PAY0 FOR ITSELF."
cast corner oi sniti ot-s awyi, on taiung it according to i
thence running north on n line par- antj now j feei ng strong an
nllcl with the cast line of said , ,., ., . . ,a
SEVi SW,4 to a point one hundred ns l d,(1 th,rty nB-
utmlentu ciiKnecd lu
pursuit of l,yptlan
loroj Alexander tho
Great on his victori
throunli tho land of
Gonhen: nix und a
halt centurleu of I
and Clirlotlan ntrtiB
Klo at Alexandria; ull
tho loan lino of Mos
lem rulers allien
Ctillpli Omar; und
now. IcnVlnir alto
Kethcr ltd native land,
It Btunda lookliur up
on tho million dwell
ers In this metiopolls,
jhnso Rltn wnn nn
known to tlio Kantern h
world at a tlmo when
tlio Obelisk had bean
lu exlstoiico for two
The following described parcel ot myself, nnd had to send my daughter,
land in the southeast quarter of the t iVl(ln-t i,eijeve jt possible for any
southwest quarter (SL, SW,) of incd,c,no to do what Tonlnc hns nl.
sucimil mil ty-iwu ")t i.wiiaiii
twenty-nine (29), range nine (9), ny rm lor me. uctore i nn
cast of the sixth principal meridian, ished the first bottle my strength
in Dakota County, Nebraska, begin- uegan to como lmck ancl j coud sieep
ning at a point on the section line . , , . , . ()f
seven hundred UVenty-five and three- l)etlor tnan, l invt lor Jears- U1
tenths (725.3) feet west of the south- course I ordered some more and kept
enst corner of said Sh4 oW'a, on taking it according to directions
fiftv (150) feet north of the line of have any more billions spells and the
the high bank of Crystal Lake, thence headaches are gone and my skin is
running in n westerly direction on n ct,nr ngnint When meal time comse
arotiltiWrt SLTtfS I - appetite and don't have
of said Crystal Lake a distance of to worry about what I cat or how
seventy-five (75) feet, thenco run- much because it all agrees with me.
nlnff south on a line parallel with tho A11 siKns of nerv0usness liavo left me
enst ine of said SE SW1, to point , , T . T . ..
of intersection thereof with tho south nml now when l to 1)ed l fal1
lino of said SE4 SWV4, thenco east asleep almost as soon as my head
on snid south lino to the point or touches the pillow. 1 don't have to
send my dnughtcr to the store for
Tanlnc now, as I can go myself and
only tlyj other day I walked down
and bought six bottles. I weighed
while I was down there and found I
hnd gained twenty pounds. My
daughter and 1 both think Tanlac
CAPITOL DURING PAINTING.
Tho domo of tho United State.5) Capitol ot Washington Is kept In excel
lent condition by pnlntlng It every few years. For this work forty painters
nro stendlly employed for three months' time. Over live thousand gallons of
paint nro required for one coat. Tho reason for pnlntlng the Cupltol dome at
regular Intervals Is to prevent disintegration of metallic surface. .
Quory, 1 havo a quantity of old paint
on hand. Can I use It for tho first coat In
repainting my burn?
Answer. On no account should old
paint which has become fat bo used
for priming either old or now work.
Old paint tn that condition Is hestmsed
on n fence, brickwork or tlnworlt. If
you vnluu your barn sulllclontly to
paint It, do It tho Justice of u good Job,
by Dr. William Kuckro, chemist of tho
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Many
yenr.i provlous coaling with pnrnlllu
hnd been tried, hut thu application hnd
not entirely accomplished Its purpose.
Tho new painting process, however,
proved n success. Disintegration Was
halted nnd tho damaged parts restor
ed. Now York breathed easily again.
AND ITS ECONOMY.
U. 8. Invents Antl.Ru3t "Dope."
Incident to tho war, tho government
has faced tho problem that has so long
proved baffling to commercial con
cerns of protecting Iron nnd steel from
rust. In an attempt to solve this fed
eral specialists havo perfected various
forms of protective coatings. In this
connection It may ho pertinent to ask
whether commercial uses will not be
found nlso for tho so-cnlled "dopes"
which' tho government has Invented to
boupplled to nlrplnno wings nnd which
nro possessed of valuable weather-resisting
and fireproof qualities.
EFFECT OF COLOR UPON THE
DURABILITY OF PAINT.
Snid property also being known ns
Lot Seven, (7), Islnnd Bench, plat
ted on southeast quarter of the
southwest quarter, section 32, town
shiji 29, range 9, east.
And I will, on the lfith day of
April. 1919. ot 11 o'clock A. M. of
said day, at the south front door of. . ... , T .. , , .
tho Court House, in Dakota City, Da- saved my life and I never intend to
Uota L-ounty, XMciirnsKn, proceed to wiwioui a uumu oi uut, ijrunu
pell at public auction, to tho highest ' medicine in my house ns long as I
bidder, for cash, the above described J jve
real u.siiue, or so mucii uieicui, ",,. . , , , ,-, , . ,-,.. ,
may bo necessary to make the lanlllc 1S &old " Dakota City by
amount of said fine and judgment, Neiswanger Pharmacy, in South
and costs and accruing costs, tho Sioux City by Shanes Pharmacy, nnd
Ln"raOU,ntcolUe thorcon heing ln Homer by Wagner Pharmacy.
$109.70, and $2.00 costs, and accru-. J
ing costs, with interest on said prin- j
clpnl judgement at 7 per cent (23) and twenty-four (24), of Mar-
from the 20th day of December, 1917. tin's sub-division of- tho northwest
Dated this 5th dny of March, 1919, qunrtcr of tho northwest quarter
Uiunuuwunl1ui, Nyi jv yj y i ot section tWCntV-OnC
(21), township twenty-nine (29),
range nine (9); and further praying
that certain conveyances held by de
fendant of tho nbove described prem
ises ne nelu void anil canceled as
against plaintiff's title to the nbove
described premises, and that defend
ant bo forever bnrred and enjoined
from asserting title to said premises
ndversoly to plaintiff.
You nre required to answer said
petition on or before tlio third Mon
day following the? last publication of
this notice, being the 12th dny of
FRED MARTIN, Plaintiff,
By W. E. Gnntt and C. E. Gantt,
Lumoer, .Bunomg ivia
Ily .1, P. Rockwell, Deputy.
Tho preservation ot structural ma
terials, which may be obtained Ihrough
tho application of paint, constitutes a
most vital menus of furthering the con
servation of our natural resources. It
Is, morcovor, tho most economical
method of sustaining tho nppcaranco
nnd general upkuup of any commu
nity. A structure coated with shuots ot In
dia ruhbor would not bo ns wull protect
ed from decay ns n ntructuru coated
with a good oil paint. This Is duu to
tho fact that u sheet of rubber Is not
bo durnblo or ns wntorproof as n thin
dried film of paint. Tho latter mute
rial when applied dries lo 11 continuous
clastic film containing finely divided
particles of metallic, wear resisting
pigments. A square foot of such u
film upon 11 wooden burfuco costs less
than n penny, yet It will beautify and
protect a dollar's worth of surfuco for
many years. Thin U n low rate of In
Hiirnncc. Dwellings, bnrnn, outbuildings, sheds,
posts, fences, stock enclosures, wagons,
Implements, windmills find oilier struc
tures, whether of wood, Iron or cement,
Bhouhl be preserved, through the uuo
of pnlut, from rapid decay. High gnulo
paint inny bo used succossfully for nil
such purposes. Colored pntnls will bo
found tho most uovlceable, the coloring I ivory
mutter In (ho paint adding from two
to tureo years to Iho life of tho coating, , .
Property owners who may havo un
der consideration tho painting ot
dwellings nnd other structures should
remember that "more durable results
aro obtained when tinted paints are
used. Permanent coloring materials
which havo been ground by macbluu
Into a high grade whlto pnlut base
have tho effect of preventing "chalk
ing" and "chocking," two defects
which nro often observed when whltu
paints nro used.
PRETTY COLOR COMBINATIONS.
a llttU duik
er I.IV.ht Uluo
Giuy, nine or
First Pub. Marcli G-19 4w.
NOTICE OF HEARING
Estate of Katie Clark, also known
ns Kntherlno Clark, deceased, in the
County Court of Dnkota County, Ne
braska. Tlio Stnto of Nebrasko, To all per
sons Interested jn snid estate, cred
itors and heirs tnko notice, Hint Vic
tor Nelson has filed his petition al
leging that said Katie Clark, also
known ns Kathorino Clark, died in
testate in Dakota Co. Nobr., on or
about January 10th, 1890, being a
resident nnd inhabitant of Dakota
County, Nebraska, and tho owner of
tlio following described rcnl estate,
to-wjt: Lot fivo (5), in block ono
(1), in Hedges Addition to tho Vil
lage of Jackson, (and othor proper
ty), in Dakota County, Nebraska,
leaving her sole nnd only heirs nt
law tlio following named persons to
wit: John P. Clnrk, also known ns
John Clark; Mary C. Clark, also
known ns Mary Clark; Zita M. Clark,
also known as Zita Clark; Genevieve
Clark, and Annie Clnrk, children, nnd
Ihomns J. Clark, also known ns T. J.
Clark, her husband, and praying for
a decreo barring claims; that said
decedent died intestnto; that no ap
plication for administration hns been
made and tho estate of snid decedent
has not been administered in the
State of Nebraska, nnd thnt the heirs
at law of snid decedent as herein set
forth shall bo decreed to havo been
tho ownors by descent in fco simplo
of tho nhovo described reni estate,
which has been set for hearing on
tho llth dny of April, A. 1). 1919, at
10 o'clock A. M.
Dated at Dakota City, Nebraska,
this 27th day or February, A. 1). 1919.
S. W. McKINLKY,
(Seal) County Judge.
We have now been in Dakota City in the
Lumber, Hardware and Coal business, a little
over three years. Our aim has been to please our
customers, to treat every one right and alike; and
to give satisfaction as nearly as possible in all sales.
We still carry the best Lumber, Euilding Material,
Hardware, Paints, Greases, Oils, and nearly every
thing in our line. We thank each, and all Patrons
for their past patronage, and will give3'ou the same
courteous service in tho future.
If. Ii. GHK Hit, aijiiiiiBor.
Diikotii City, Neb.
1st Pub. April 3, 19 -lv.
In the District Court or Dakota
FRED MARTIN, Plnintifr.
Tc Lillio Kuli, defendant: ou nro
dlum oiivo. hereby notiflod that on tlio 10th day
l.,1u?,ray 'f February, 1919, Fred Martin, tho
ti earn. .., ...'i ,.i.,i..nr m.i 1.1.. ..-
above named planum, mod ills pc-
1 1f.t ,n.. ..
Creunt, I.luht Promises, situated in tho county of
Gray Drub uhkuiii ami maiu 01 ruurnsKa, to-
r wit; North half of lots twenty-three
tition in the district court of
tn county, Nebraska, against Lillio
Kuh, defendant, thu object and prayor
of which are tn quiet the title of
planum as against tuo claims or
defendant in tho following described
Will Master You
If You Don't
If you suffer from any
Ache or Pain, take One or
a f0 8?
They seldom fail to Relicv c
and do not contain any
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
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TearOutFill In Hand Ldicr-Camcr or Mail to Post Office
i TO THE LOCAL POSTMASTER: Kindly havo lotlcr-cinicr ddhtr
to nc en for vhtcli I vill pay on delivery:
...$5. U. S. WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS at 0. each
..25c. U. S. THRIFT STAMPS ct 23c. each.
(Sut rurabitr WMMtuli
(Stta uamUr v a-itUj
V. S. S. COST DURING 1910
April 54.15 July $4.18 Oct. 44.21
May 4.16 Aue. 4.19 Nov. 422
Juno 4.17 Sept. 4.20 Dec. 4 23
W. S. S. WORTH $5.00 JANUARY 1. 1923
BURPEE'S ANNUAL &!f4&ftS
of the Best Suds that Grow. It will he mailed fr'e to you upon
request. Write for it to-day.
Seed Growers W.ATLEE BURPEE CO. Philadelphia
a at3 a
lAfosltins&uli: of Title
A $10,000 Surety 13ond Guarantees the Accuracy-
I of every Abstract I maks
,T. .T. ElniEllS, JIoiuIlmI Abstractor.
Successor to tbo Dakota County Abstract Company