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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD Dakota City, Nebraska
DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD
JOHN II. REAM, Publlslicr.
Entered as second class matter it
the Postoffico at Dakota City, Nebr.
Subscription Price, Sl.fiO Per Year
Telephone Nos. J3 nnd 15.
Wflohil Paper cr Dakota City and
Issued Eieij Thursday Morning
Foreign Advertising Representative
THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION
M. K. Church Notes
lev. E. C. Moore. Pastot
Have you VISITED Church or
Sunday School yet this year?
We were glad to note the presence
of several ii' the service Sunday
morning, who have not been able to
b willi us for some time.
Some week ago, Professor Eaton
threw out a challenge, "When Mr.
Moore visits the school airain. I'm
coming to church." Ve wore glad to
see mm maue good via part oi tne
bargain" last '.jiiday morning.
But how many of his high school pu
pils he muft have missed!
"As we visited the school some time
ago, we made the mental observation
that the pupils in one particular
loom wore lew, who are not in the
Sunday school ai well. But why such
a falling oil" with the advancing
The reijul ir monthlv meeting of
'h official board was held Moiwhiv
evening at th 'home of Mr. and Mrs. .
in i I I n tWirtttd mrici Iw.til Hls.i.1....
Don torbes. A good representation) Will Phillip:, is laid vp rt the Bar
was present, rnd a pleasant time was.nett hotel, with scvoial I roken ribs,
enjoyed. But we can but wonder if t sustained in a fall while helping on a
"hot buns" will be a drawing- card wood-sawing outfit at the Maxwell
lor luture meetings. iiesules the
regular routine business, plans for fu
turc activities were discussed, and
Mime will be tried in the immediate
There will be an innovation in the
.service next Sunday evening. The
preaching service .will he atthe us
ual hour, but will be in tne bnse
ment. But all are invited to come
at any time from G:U0 to 7:30, and
get better acquainted with us and
with your neighbor before the service
begins. Then tell us how you like
Looking ahead on vour calendar,
draw a circle around Thursday, April
Cth, and keep that date as clear as
possible. l'Uither announcement
Harness oiled, $1 per set; and all
other harness repairing at pre-war
prices. Prompt service and the best
of workmanbhip. Hans Knudsen,
WANTED Man with car to sell
the Best Ford Oil Gauge made. $100
ner week and extra commissions.
Benton Harbor Accessories Co,, Ben
ton Harbor, Mich
F. E. MORRIS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
1'Ott ONE YEAR
" IN BLOCK NORTH OF THE
DAKOTA CITY, NEBR.
Thfl FfilKS AT HOME EXPECT YOU
1IIO rULIXO TO TELL "EM ALL ABOUT
fctageAlwaj trilled with Pretty ClrU, Funny Clmrnt
Gorgeous Equipage. Uriliiirc fircma Environment
MATINEE DAILY, 2:1 B; LVNGS C:C
EVERYBODY COESl ASK ANYBODY,
Always tho Bleeest and Dost Shaw West cl Ch!cae.
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March 13, 14, 15
First Return Limit .Ijnreh SO
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FED1CUAL FINANCE COMPANY
Sioux City, iow.i
lint It One Year
LOCAL NEWS ITKMS
THURSDAY. MARCH 0, 1922
John Harty, of Hubbard, was a
business caller here Mondry.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Masonic lodge Saturday evening
si this week.
Mr. and Mrs .Milton J. Forcshoc
aid changed to his South Sioux City
home Sunday morning.
Earl McAf.o has sold his farm in
Pigeon Cree precinct nnd has moved
with his family to Norfolk.
The Ladies Aid Society of the M.
E. chinch will meet Friday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, with Mis. Don Forbes.
Miss Rarbaia Neiswangtr was home
from Lyons, eb., where she teaches
n the public schools, for . week-end
About twenty Odd Fo'l wm from
Sioux City visited the local lodce
last Thursday evening anJ put on de-
Mrs. Broolu, who ,has made , her
home for some time past with the H.
H. Adair family, has gone to Sioux
City to reside.
Mrs. Robert W. Bardwell returned
Wednesday evening of last week from
a two montlu' visit with her sister at
Mi3. Henry Powell returned .homo
Saturday fiom St. Joseph' hospital,
.i.v-t WtlJI. lf-V .ilj: limt "I til JVfc
rrontino,,t lh" sl ,nonlh-
Mrs. Frank Lean returned Sunday
from a Sioux City hospital, where
she had been for treatment. Her
sister, Mrs. Mabel Harvey, is with her
foil, a time, j. S, .?
l3. P. Webster, of Emerson, is a
new reader of the Herald. Mr. Web
ster came ti Dakota county over 40
vears ago, an.' took a homestead on
Miss Efric Engelen, a former dep
uty in the county clerk's office here,
has accepted a position n3 secretary
to the county agent of Madison coun
ty, this state,
Bernard Koster, a Pigeon Creek
precinct fanner, committed suicide
Saturday moi n'ng by hanging himself
to a rafter in his barn. No cause
was known lor his committing the
rash act, other than despondency.
The Ford car stolen from Mrs. Ma
bel McKernan a few months ago, was
located the past week stored in a
Sioux City motor establishment. The
insurance company that carried the
risk on the car, took possession of it.
At the regular meeting of Dakota
Chapter No. 65, O. E. S., on Tuesday
evening, the past worthy matrons of
the chapter conferred the degrees on
two candidates in a very pleasing
manner. Refreshments were served
after the lodge meeting.
County Judge S. W. McKinley tied
the nuptial knot forthe following
couples during the past week: Chas.
A. Belcher and Vivian J. Gorman,
uotn oi sioux City, on the 2nd; Neil
0. Kennedy und Jane Jenkins, both
of Sioux City, on the 4th; Harloy E.
Woods of Hawarden, Iowa, and Anna
M. McElen of Sioux City, on the 6th.
Cl i. i1. McKenzie, an old resident
if South Sioux City, died Monday
light at the home of his son, Clyde
ti McKenzie, of pneumonia. The
Jeceased was b9 years old and had
een"a residsnk of Dakota county for
ibout 40 years, during which time he
vus in the e nploy of the railroads,
ie is survived by his widow and one
on, Clyde A. McKenzie.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson, of
Hubbard nrocinct. have moved to the
low home recentlynpurchased in So. J
5Ioux Citv from Mrs, Bertha Roost. 1
1 heir son, Henry ihompson, and wile,
ecently married, will live on their
Iubbard precinct farm. Mr. Thomp
on was in Monday, while on his way
ut to the fnrm and ordered his Her-
svolcomed an 11,2 pound boy to their
tn commenting on the action of
he Dakota City Bchool board in re
tiring Prof. II. M. Eaton as superin
endent of ur schools, tljo Walthill
Times says: "Mr Eaton is a school
man of experience, well kpown in ec
acational circles of northeast Nplros
a, nnd at one time superintendent
it Emerson. Within the last year or
wo ha has returned to the profession
fter engaRiiu in u commercial en
terprise Severn! years. With proper
:onerat on f.f patrons and school
lonrd he doubtless will be able to
mproo tho schools and elevate the
ilgh school from its present 'C rank.
s proof of their appreciation of his
ervicos and fetrength of their amhi
ion to build up the hchools, the
(oara of education has Increased his
salary $f00, which is no small .sum in
Jiis period ot depression and high
Allss JJottli Unn vns noma from
A baby boy was born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dave I.elnnoy of South Sioux
City on l no 2rd.
0. H. Tllloy hai rented Ihe cottage
south of the Dr. Maxwell honv 'nnd
will move his family there.
., . .
C. E. Kent, age 59 ye.ir, died in
South Sioitv City Monday of heait
disease. Ho is survlvrd by ono
Fred Bargeman, a former tesident.
of this place, was up from Bancroft,
Neb., last Thursday looking after his
Wm. B, Scott, S3 years of ago, died
at tho homo of his daughter Mm. J.
W. Ockerman, in South Simj.' City
Saturday of paralysis. l ,
L. E. Zink, an inmate of the county
poor farm, died last Thursday uflo'r
an illness of soveral weeks from (I
complication of diseases Ho was
about 55 years old. A brother, J, C.
Zink, lives at South Sioux City, and
a sister lives in Illinois. Ho was
buried Friday in tho Omaha Valley
cemetery below Homer.
Senator C. H. Randall, of Randolph,
has entered the race for the govecn
orship of Nebraska, having filed his
name for tho republican nomination
Other republican candidates who have
filed for the ofi'ice of governor are.
Ada'm -McMulIen, of Bentrice, and
Representative Byrum, of Franklin,
McMullen was a candidate f r (he
nomination two years ago against
DAKOTA CITY SCHOOL NOTES
By Prof. II. M. Eaton
No visitors this week.
We have not heard from the ladies
as to the spelling match vc mention
ed in our last week's schrpl notes.
Arc your children in school every
day now? Are you helping us to
give them an equal chance with ev
ery other child in school to win the"
race of life? If your" Child does ittit
win and you keep him at home you
have yourself only to blame. Can
you afford to take the risk?
The West Union high rchool of
Sioux City were the winners in "a
basket ball game last Friday, after-'
noon with the home team on their
floor. They were victorioiw by -a
37 to 22 score. We were defeated,
but I will say 'that they did i.ot hae
hut one-half of tho fun.
Mr. M. G. Learner pretty nearly
visited th school. Ho was in all the
halls and up stairs in the high room
one day last week We had a, fine
talk with htm on many items of In
terest. Come again, Mr. Lenmer.
The Primary and First Interme
diate rooms will give an entertain,
ment jn tho,Rv)nna?ium at, tho" high
school this coming Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock sharp. The pricr? of ad
mission will be 25 cents to all. We
are sure that you will be pleased as
the little folks have something of
interest to every one.
Our ninth ..nd tenth grades have
just finished Jieyers Ancient history.
They will start at onco with Wester
nians Ancient history. We-, hope Uo
be able to complete this by the end
of the year.
A pretty ,ood attendance in the
school last month. The high school
as usual had the highest per cent of
attendance. We think that 98
FlUs very fine for so bad a month,
want to live to see the time when
we will have a perfect attendance
score. Why not, it is your school,
not mine; but I do not like to work
in a place where the people are not
interested enough in the schools nor
the pupils either to be on hand every
day when it is possible.
Finish every day and be done with
it. You have done what you could.
Some blunders and absurdities no
doubt crept in; forget them as soon
as you fcan. Tomorrow is a now day;
begin It well and serenely, and with
too high a spirit to bo cumbered with
your old nonsense. This day is all
that is good and fair. It is too dear,
with Its hopes and invitations, to
waste a moment on the yesterdays. -Emerson.
PJease do not forget to come and
see'tho childien in action this Thurs
day evening at the school house.
Miss Biermann and Miss KiOger have
worked hard with them to give you
an entertainment that will please.
They deserve your attendance and
Ways of Sccillugr Sweet Clowr
It used to bo recommended that
6weet clover be seeded in the winter
on a light snow or earlv eiioueh to
be covered by the frcez'm' and
thawing of the soil. Experience has
sn"wn, nowever, that, sweet clover
wm uo uetter and a utand is more
certain if it is handled like a "civil
ized" crop. The seed bed thould be
welt prepared, just as for alfalfa, and
frm fifteen to eighteen pounds sown
per acre. On rough lands or in draws
anu creeK nottoniB sometimes it is
impossible to work up n seed bed. In
such places stands of Evet clover
can olten bo secured by broadcasting
tho seed in Mirch Seed mav also be
scattered over pasture and hai rowed
or disced lightly. In the favorable
parts of Nebraska, sweet clover can
be seeded on winter wheat and har
rowed in. It can also be seeded
with oats or barley as early as tho
season Will permit.
A Gage county larmer recently e
marked that in seeding alfalfa he
preparod a good seed bed and was ah
ready to seed, then started in and
worked it down all over again. This
Is also good advice for sweet clover
and other smail grass and legume
seeds, A good firm well packed seed
bed means a staijdMf tho weather
man Is at all agreeable,- The Agri
cultural College has several circulars
and bulletin? tn teeding and growing
O! .. O a .
CaiTiCS PV -05 1
., ,, . 7, ... ...
Atf f he seond elation held at the
icn! '' ,,nilfcr ,a31, rluirlny. the pum-
0""on ii)r fonuliJR n district for pro-
lectin? the banks or the Missouri
' : ir rr n distance of nhout llvo
imlr., otlcmtlng from n point below
the Noithweslern bihlgo abi vi l)u
kuti City, and uinnlng south, con led
by a n.ihrily of 2051 cites.
Th" district, known at "Dakota
Li y D u nujro Ds"'riet," with seven
c'tect rt t oyuliicl the all'aiis, will
(ioceod to qrft'lqiix" and ask for bids
o" tho woik t.T ruoieit'hg the riser
h.-tk i- th-: disliic-t m necdrr' Tho
'm'Ii !it(i.I boiicfitc an I ,isS?rt-menls
to up made for this work are fixed at
.-; proximately $Ui0,0C0.
the vote when canvassed, stood
8207 for tho proprtslt'.Orr'and G20G
I'oi sevan directors, tho vr.tc was
0 S. Ulivon 8030
On G Side 7805
M H. Adolf 8320
W A. Ujlktvj t G51G
K. V Ilexes 7339
t. t. Otlmcyer ..... 7397
.';o.. A-l'frnl 13412
S. A. Hailtea 5994
D. C. lloikcs G214
I S. Ulivon 5377
T. W Grlbulc 5113
W. H Bergor ..:..., k. 5411
P K. Madison 5320
v.iu P Warner ,.... 5SG
M. I. Luair.er VI i
Hniry Sides 1
Herman Biermann 4
A. J. Kramper 4G2
W. II. lleikes 179
Carl Schrievcr 21
Win Niemeyor . ... 1
L. If. Armbiight 4
Elmer Biermann 4
Harry Heikes , 1
IViwl Schi iever J
Wm. Clapp 4
Wm. Oeiilerking 918
H1114I1 Graham 918
k?. A. Briednbaugh 19G
A. O. Sides 723
John Bridenbaugh 400
J. T. Graham 322
O. H. Maxwell ..... 2
E. H. Gribblc 1
THe firt -eon named will consti
tute the board.
I OR RENT.
3G0-acie farm, 2 miles west and yt
nilo ;ontli ot Homer. 225 acres
under cultivation, and balance pas
ture. For farther information on
ouiie of Mi", S. A. Stinson, owner,
Dakota City, Neb.
W XW'iTON NEWS LETTER
The Roma disaster lias for tho time
checked tho aviation enthusiasm.
Investigation is being conducted to
dotermine tho cause of the nose dfvo
and it seems to be the general opin
ion that it was structural defects.
The bonus discupsion is languishing
siiiii6what? The "hales tnx" is dead.
Mr, Longworth's motion, made in the
Ways and Means committee to at
tach tho solos tax to the house bill
brought out a protest signed by
many House members. Tho protests
were circulated by Cramptoh of
Michigan, J, M. Nelson of Wisconsin,
Rhoades of Missouri, Kopp of Iowa,
Keller of Minnesota, Evans of Neb
raska, Kelley of Pennsylvania, and
Brooks of Illinois. They wore elTcct-
Tho President has signed the co
operative marketing bill and it is
now a law. This is another Inport
ant number i . the agricultural prog
The industrial and financial condi
tions in the east are improving quite
slowly. Tho npproval 01 the treaties
negotiated it the conference is ex
pected in the near future.
Mr. H. G. Taylor of the Nebraska
State Railway commission has been
in Washington since, last week. Ho
appeared before the Inter-State and
Foreign Commerce committee on Feb
ruary 28th und March 1st. He made
a good impression nnd presented a
strong case. He conferred with
Congressman Evans during hjs stay
in the city, 1
Mrs. Robert E. Evans attended the
meeting which was held at the home
of Mrs. Gilford Pinchot on February
28th to discuss the subject of the
right'! of worklng-womon as they may
be injuriously affected by proposed
legislation. Thee were speakers of
note from various parts of the coun
try. The meeting vvus held in honor
of the executive boaid of the Nation
al Women's Trade Union League.
The Piesldont, in person, on Febru
ary 28th, delivered to Congress IiIh
message on the Merchant Marine -the
so called ship subsidy. Tho pro
posal is to pay snips per ton per mile
sailed, graduated upward from
cent to 2.G cents per gross ton per
100 miles traveled in accordance with
the speed of the ship, The revenue
be provided as follows: Ten percent
of all duties collected. Tonago
charges, taxes and fees imposed on
vessels entering Continental U. S.
ports and all sums paid for carrying
malls, except parcel post mail. Tliero
is divergence of opinion as to the
pioposal. The message was referred
to tho committee on Merchnnt Ma
rino and Fisheries.
Mrs. Bertha F. Smith of Niobrara
is in Washington for several days. 1
The following postmasters appoint
ments have bi-en continued during
the month of February: Honery E.
Schemmcl nt Hooper; Charles B,
Beers at Petersburg; Frank N, Thom
son nt Winnebago; Phillip Stoln at
ntunview, nnd hlsio B. Thompson at
S C. White Leghorn hatching eggs
from excellent layers. $4.00 per 100.
Farm call. HANSEN BROS.,
Th Herall for News when it U N;ws,
.. 775? 4yTT
Specials for Saturday, Mar.il
3 Pints Armour's Catsuri v27e
2 ll.s. Mixed Candy ?....$. ll'ii '
''.- 1 lb. Dried I'epches '.-!)( "
Thiee No. 3, first class Can.i bf ''
Pears, Poaches, Plums or Apr I- ,
cots 1.. 51.00,
3 Pkgs Spaghetti or Macaroni... 2."ii'
OnQ Box of .Matches ."
Two Glasses of Jelly , . . . .Wi
Men'.i Work Shirts Gilc
A few Boy's Caps nt . ,,V "..Ale ,
.1 doz. Heinz Sweet Pickles ....i,'23c
. 1 lb. Stinson's Pride Baking" -
1 Gal. Good Canned R.ispberyles..!?1.70
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all Kinds
for Saturday's Trnilo
NOHTHEAST NEHHASKA PUKE-BltEl) LIVESTOCK
IIREEDEItS' ASSOC I ATI OX.
Ov W k3.rlniJni
To be Hold in a Heated Salo Pavilion, EinevHoii; Nelir.
Saturday, March 11, '11
Salo Starts Promptly at 1:00 O'clock P. 31.
Fifty Sows and Gilts
The Sows nnd Gilts nro sired by Another Itainbow, by
the Yankee, by the Lonjr Clansman, he .by a son of the
famous Clansman. Also a few by Orange Surprise, a
Ilij? Bob bred boar, the king of Poland.
The entire ottering is bred to Orange Surprise, and
also one of the best sons of C-2 Ranger, out of a litter
mate to Challenger. This Ranger pio; will get to be one
of the largest boars in Nebraska and a sow bred to him
will be a good investment. Several to a son of Liberator
Buster, tho Grand Champion boar of Minnesota and So.
Dakota, and he was also a Jr. World's Champion in 1920
at the National Swine Show, out of sow sired by Black
Price, the World's Champion boar.
The Breeding is of tho very Best, and the onvlm ,
offering is immune. . '
TERMS: Cash, or a bankable note, satisfactory to the
dork. For further information apply to C. R. Young,
Secretary of the Association.
Louis Voss: Dan Sheehan
Yogi and Driscoll,
We can supply you with
and Goodrich Tires and
Full Line of Automobile Accessories,
Export Repair Work on Autos, Tractors, and
Bring your repair work to us and wo will guarantee
to satisfy you.
V IT tf.V. flCf-f-'
The First National Bank of
Emerson, Neb., Clerk
Oils and Creases, Perfect ion
Tubes, and Storage Batteries
DAKOTA CITV, NEB.