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Dakota County Herald
Official Paper of the County JOBS H. WAM.PCBMSIXH. ubicription Trice. $1.00 Fer Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. FermisRioa bus been granted for the ransmifision of this paper through the roKilg as second-clans matter. Telephone No. 43. The Omaha Bee gives an interesting acoount of Uie way Senator Burkett went after Senator Aldrich on aoconnt of certain features in the Senate tariff bill, and says in part: "Today a lively tilt occurred between Senator Bnrkett and Senator Aldrich in which the NebraskaD came off with honor, caus ing very conniderabie chagrin to the Khode Island tariff sharp. Mr Bnrk ett complained of lack of information given to the publie and even to the senators themselves, bv members of the financo committee as to the import of various schedules and the effect their passage would bave upon trade. He cited the barb wire schedule as an ex ample of Bhurp practice, and procoed od to tear to flinders the committee proposition that a rate of $2.70 per 100 should be charged. lie said as to this particular manufacture of wire the sen ators from states where it is chit-fly produced had not been consulted, but now a tacit agreement fats been reach ed which he believed fill eventually place rats of 11.00 pel 10C upon this product. Mr Burkett Added smart to wounds on Aldrich left by Iol liver's great speech." Senate r Burkett is making splendid fight for western in terests and his home ptople are ap plauding every time be scores a point. Items of Interest I from our Exchanges I Newcastle Times: Al Russell was down to Jackson last Sunday. Tender Republic: E - John Aahford were over Monday, J Smith and from Eomer Frank on Monday.... J E Mtinger and Chas flordon were down from Homer Tuesday, calling on some of our busi ness men . . . .Ilsns Andersen of Homer, is working for Contractor IUy Mans field on the new Presbyterian church building ... . Ashford Bros are excava ting this -reek for the new addition they are going to build to their store in Winnebago... .Chas Baten has pur chased lot nine, block nine, and will build a nice four or five room cottage thereon. Mr Bates has certainly caught on to the right idea of life, when he makes for himself a homo, in stead of longer paying rout....DrW A Burke drove through "Winnebago on Monday, on his way overland from Homer to Omaha, he having given up his practice and sold out his business interests and property in Homer. He will establish a practice in Omaha .... Russell Links iler, E O Harris and Floyd Leslie attended the ball game at Bancroft lust Sunday. The former pitched for Rosalie toam. It was a fourteen inning game, and the score was one to two, in favor of Bancroft. Mr Leslie went on to Omaha.... Fred Hugert left on Wednesday for Crivetz, Wis, via Minneapolis, to visit his fath er. He expects to be gone about two or three weeks, when he will accept a position with Johii Alam as cook for the workmen who will be employed on his new store at the Agency, Bnd after its completion, he has engaged to re main and cook for Alam s uoaraiDg place which he sold to him Snnday. The Misses Bostelman came down from Touca Friday for a visit with Johanna Mnnny. There will be Sunday school at 2:30 next Sunday in the Woodmen hall, and church at 3 p m. Rev Phillips, pastor. Our new stock of gloves is ticre, and we can show you everything in dress and work gloves. Carl Anderson. E ChristenscD made a trip to Sioux City Sunday. V G liefferoan was a city passenger Tuesday. Mrs Rente arid Mrs Cullon drove out to the Graves home Tuesday after noon. The New Century and Badger riding cultivators and the Little Joker walk ing cultivator, at Renze & Green's. Mrs Taut Sharp has been suffering with an injured foot for some time, and is now being attended by Dr Nina Smith of Homer. Mary Timlin was unable to attend to her school duties here last Wednesday, owing to sickness. Hubbard won the ball game Sunday from the Hoffman House team from Sioux City, by score of 7 to 6. Andrew Larson, who a week ago was hurt in a runaway accident, is get ting along as well as could be expect ed. His niece, Miss Jensen, is slowly recovering. We can furnish yon enything you want in the line ef groceries, and at house which he will run for the accom- prices mat will stand any competition, modation of the employees at the You won't need to mortgage your team Agency. or cows when you buy a bill of grocer- ' les from us as you would from a travel- Rioux Cilv Journal. lGth: TheLvtle ing when yon buy in quantities. construction company yesterday start- We can meet any of their prices. Rockwell, of Bioux City, attended the dsnce Monday evening. Rev Shambaugh, of Sioux City, an erstwhile M E pastor of Homer, was on our streets Monday. Mr Barto tho restuurint man is en joying a visit from a brother who ar rived Friday. Miss Mamie C'lspp who was very ill for several weeks is getting along nicely now and is able to be up the most of thn time. Nellie Whaley came home Saturday. The Woodmen of the World lodge went to Lincoln Saturday. Mary Lake came home Saturday. Mrs Rue Altemus and Miss Mabel A 1 teams visited relatives in Homer over Sunday . Barbara Nieswanger cam down Saturday for a visit with tier aunt, Mrs C J O'Connor, Malcolm Smith is visiting at the Durkee home in Omaha. John Welker says he was kidnapped shnngbied. or something of the sort for ju-y duty at Dakota City Tuesday but got a furlough und came home by promising to come back wnen needed, D L Allen of bioux City was a guest at the H A Monroe hme Wednesday. W D Flemmiug, Engineer in charge of the construction of nomer's new brick school building, representing the Lytle construction company, of Sioux City, was in Homer several days last week, staking out the building site and getting men to work, the material on the ground for the storage sheds, etc. LAND OPENING! South Creek items in Ponca Leader; Tom Jones of Vista spent Sunday fit South Creek, Wynot Tribune: Mr and Mrs II A MoCormiok went to South Sioux City last Friday, to visit for a few days with relatives and old friends there and in northeastern Iowa. Tonca Leader: Rev Oberholtzer of Dakota City was tho guest of Rev Deitz. Tuesday.... Mel Harden was called to South Sioux City Wednesday by the sickness of his father. Fender Times: Judgo Evans and Attorney Paul Pizay of Dakota City were in town Friday. ...Mr Dr Ream and child of Walthill are guests of Mr and Mrs Leon Ream so i Miss Lou Uirsch. Walthill Times: Miss Myrtle Rossi ter came home from Jacksou the first of the week.... Mrs Dr Ktsam is visit ing at the homo of L L Ream at Pon der this week .... Mrs M M Warner, of Lyons, visited in town the latter part ot last week. llartington News: Todd Christoph ferson of Crofton was in the eity Fri day.... Rev and Mrs Antrim of Cole ridge passed through here Saturday on their way to St James, where they will visit with relatives and frijnas Jot a couple of weeks. Bloomfield Monitor : EB Hammond, ' who has had a very serious time from 1 blood poison, caused primarially from -a sliver in one of his fingers, is report ed to be improving. His whole hand and arm has been in extremely bad shape for some time past, Thurston items in Pender Republic: Last Sunday's Omaha World-Herald contained a dispatch from Philadelphia to the effect thut Al Wash, an Indiau runner, hud won the professional Mar athon race there on Friday. His time was 2 :54: 14 . There were eight start ers in the raoe. Al Naih is a sou of Albert Nash of this place. Lyons Mirror: Mrs M M and EJ Warner were up to Walthill this week. .... We have known the parents and crandpareuts of the Homer ballplayers for may years. The grandfather of Herman Pitt is M J Herman, a mer chant at Homer, and first came to Nebraska just 54 years ago, in May 1655. Charles Bruce was born at Te- kamah and is a grandson of George W Rockwell of Homer, who settled there November 10, 18G9. George Gallagher is grandson of the late Caleb Antrim who located at Uomer March iu, 1872 Frederick Norris is a grandson ot that veteran pioneer of Dakota county Frederick A Berger, who wended his way to the primeval prairies of Nebras ka July 15. 1858. Warren Buekland's grandfather, Seth Barnes, settled at Uomer March 13 1870. Decatur Herald : Much interest is being manifested among local atllicted citizens in tue manner in wuion tue onlobrated "Moon Doctor" of Sioux City, is perfecting cure of their ail meets. As near as we ean get at this man, Johnnie Meyers, formerly county clrk of Thurston county, cures his uatients according to the signs of the zodiao or in other words doctors by the moon. While most people aie somewhat skeptical about this kind o a cure for disease yet we are informed from thoroughly reliable sources that be has cured many people of different things. Among those we are personal lr acquainted with can be mentioned Sam Nixon. Wm Rudmond, of Sloan and there are many citizens whowe nunwi we miaht uentiun who are inakinct triim there to consult the man He has a brother who can cure the dis .imwr.f horses and a sister who doe the same work he performs. Much iu terent is being taken here as to the out come of several cases litre. Carl Anderson. i - -sri JACKSON. J A Hall is ill with the grip. Hannah O Keeffe attended the dance here Friday evening, and was a guest at the home of Mary Ryan. Mary Ryan departed Thursday even ing for a visit with friends in Ran dolph, Nebr. , Thursday being feast of the aBcen- tion and a holiday in the Catholic chnroh Masses were celebrated at 7, 8 and 9am o clock. John D Waters, of Early, Iowa, is here visiting his parents. Jesse Hodges formerly of this place was on Tuesday married in Sioux City to Vera I Moore, of interior, 8 D. They will liye at Interior where the groom has a claim. Helen Kearney expects to go to Omaha Saturday to spend a few weeks visiting with friends. Mrs Ryder, of Lucan, Canada, at tended the funeral of her sister, Mrs Mary Gormally that was held here last Thursday. Slie was accom panied here by her son, Pete. Mrs T Persinger, of Hubbard, is cd the excavation work for a new brick schoolhouse at Homer, Neb. The town has been using a frame build ing as a schoolhouse, but it is far too small for the needs of the district and the high school has been held in a vacant store building. The new school- house will cost about $9, 500.... Tim Carrabine, formeily in the live stock commis.sion business in Sioux City is here from the Panhandle country of Texas, where he has been operating in land for the last few years. Mr Car bine about a year ago platted a town in Texas which he named Toronto. A railroad was completed to the town two weeks' ago and the place now is experiencing a boom. Mr Carrabine first came to Sicux City more than for ty years ago. He lived for many years in Dakota county, Neb, and owned one of the finest farms across the river. . . , - The constitutionality of the law of Iowa which provides that liquor must not be sold to Indians will be tosted iu the cases reoently brought against twenty-eight Sioux City saloon keepers, who are charged witn soiling whisky to John O Decora, a Winnebago In dian. If there is a constitutional ques tion in the case it arisos over the right spending the week with her sister, Mrs of the legislature to pass an enactment IT H Sullivan. V TSJ7 A Ttr TT T TVT Tf HT TT T THft TT TT4 TTT A Y O V A We are always ofTcrinsr vou Rare Bargains in Furniture. Read our ' ads" in your news papers ana you will save money, because you City to trade. Mail orders promptly filled. will renumber, us when you come to Sidux .1'" Jt,J- u, -,f i j"7,, -r-ii DRE5SERS--Mase of hard, wood, golden osk finish large beveled slate mirror, S drawers in case, r Special May Pries yJV0 EXTENSION TABLES, like cut, solid oak, golden finish, legs, 4 inches, 6 foot extension, Special May Price. . jg g PARLOR SUIT-3 pieces 1 settee, 1 rock er 1 chair, Hardwood, Maboeany fin- isn, good grade green uphol stering. Special May Price . $15.50 $30,00 AXMINSTER Special May Sale RUGS 9x12 :: $22.95 ...... r...JLii.',tn,.-jj.tf:: TTGRAIN Sale RUG 9x12 Spebial May :::: $6.25 MATTRESSES -Cotton Felt Guaranteed not to become lumpy or pack Special May Sale $6.50 i The Anderson Furniture Co. GOG-603 Fourth St; Sioux City, la. (3 which legislates for or oguiust a ciuss. "All courts," said County Attorney TJ G WLitney, "have reoognized the rights of legislatures to pass laws which regulate the policing of the people within their boundaries. In dians are looked upon, whether they be citizens or actual wards of the gov ernment, as entitled to special protec tion. The supreme courts of several western states passed ou the question and thus far have sustained the con stitutionality of laws which prohibit the sale of intoxioants to any Indian. The evidence in the cases, which will be beard tomorrow morning in the justice courts, consists of that of T Urentn, special agent for the govern ment; John O. Decora, the Indian who purchased the liquor, and four others who heard him call for whiskv and saw him get it and pay for it Winnubago Chieftain: Attorney M v .u.aaa. of Dakota City, was a l.MM,,. w caller in Winnebago on Tues day.... Mrs SaiaU Mansfield, of llo tuer, was a guest of her eons. M 8 and UUKK tbrUNUtNvJb $ d Otf mo wj o HUBBARD. Supt Mary V Qninn -was a visitor here Monday evening. George Hale and two daughters went to Sioux City last Thursday ; Dress shirts, belts, and everything in furnishing goods, at Carl Ander son's. Guy Auderson visited at the O W Garlock home near South Sioux City last week. H Anderson and wife and Louis Rasmussen leave iu a few days on their European trip. Frbnglisu was a vwitor in tho city Tuesday night. Henuey buggies, the best for the money, at lieuze x urceu s. The Modem itetuedy vJo, a medicine show, furnished eutertuinmeut for old and youug this week. It irasu t a bad show either. They go to Dakota Mon day. Scuumakcr & Leedom sold a set of harness to Mr Wright the past week. Renze & Green also fitted him out with a line of farm machinery. Martin Rasmussen transacted busi nets in town Wednesday, Larson Bros shipped a Car of fat oattle last Thursday morning. Try a 5-pound sack of Wyandotte cleaner and cleanser, and if it fails to do the work bring back the sack and we will refund your money. Carl An derson. Mrs Nelson visited at the home' of her son, Chas Dodge Thursday , Carl Anderson was a busineta visitor in the city last Friday, Mrs Chris Rasmussen went to Bioux City Monday to consult a physician. Johanna Mundy and the Misses Bos tlemun were passengers from here to Sioux City Saturday' Hans Nelson has been treating his residence to a coat paiut. The infant child of Mr and Mrs Geo Timlin was baptized Sunday. Sadie O'Connor of Sioux City visit el here Sunday with her sister, Mary O Connor. Rev Glenny of the Friends church, preached a very interesting sermon here last Sunday. Mandt muuure spreaders, equipped with roller and ball beariugs, at Renze & Green's. Mrs B J Cohkigh auu little daugh ter. Fav, left Snnday nioruiug for Phillin. Nebr, They will return next Saturday. A few from here attended the dance at Dakota City Tuesday evoniug. Will Rockwell is doing jury duty at Dakota City. Barnev Gribble and Daniel nartnett drove to the couuty swat Tuesday, where they are attending the term ot district court. Mr Uartuett delivered a fine team toS A Stinsoa of that Rev P F McCarthy, Father Roche and Undertaker Sawyer, saw the Pack ers brat the Pueblo Indiana in Sionx City Tuesday, Hannah Sorensen, of Lincoln, Nebr, is visiting her cousin, Mrs Hans Knud- son. Hans Enudsen is having a new cave and other improvements built at his residence, also a new foundation put under his harness shop. Pete McDer- niott did the mason work. Mr Tjowe, a representative of the World-Herald, of Omaha, was in town Tuesday. Aulger Johnson and Aulgers, big tent show was here Wednesday even ing. This organization carries 30 peo pie, have an exceptionally good band and orchestra. The title role of the play was Rip Van Winkle interspersed with modern Vaudoville between the acts. They left Thursday morning for Hartington, Nebr. A Penning, of Seney, Iowa, attend ed the dance here last Friday night and was a guest until Saturday at the A Demaray home. John Beaoom who formerly resided hern but later section foreman for a number of years at Merrill, Iowa, has been changed to Dakota City as sec tion foreman on the Burlington. His family will join him later. Kate and Anna Crosby, of bioux City, were over Sunday guests in the John T Daley home . The Quarantine was removed from L D Hicks' heme Wednesday as there are no more cases of diphtheria in the family. Charles, who was down with it, has entirely reoovered. Al J Dillon and wife enioyod an over Sunday visit from their daughter, Mumie, who teaches iu the Sioux City schools, .Margaret muinn closed a very sue ocHstul term ot school in the Currau diutrict last Friday. Henry O'Neill and O H Goodfellow hud cattle on the Sioux City market last Friday. Mrs Frank Davey and daughter, Madeline, returned to their uouae in Sioux City last Saturday after a week's visit with her sister. Mrs Ella Maloney The were accompanied homa by Mary Maloney who remained at their home until Monday. Lugene Leahy, of Waterbury, sprnt Sunday with uu brother, Dr B J Leahy. . HOMER. t,d Laston of Dakota City was a Homer visitor Friday. Gertie Buckland visited several days in Homer last week. Miss Thekla Yobs gave a party and four o'clock dinner on May 16th in honor of her cousin, Miss Margarite ochrlever a twelfth birthday. It was great'y enjoyed by those present. Mrs Clements and sister, Miss Grace Harvey, departed Tuesday for South Dakota where they will make their future borne, Homer is sorry to see them go. Now we feel as if the new school house was an assured fact. The base meut is started. Lkt Sunday the Uane picnio was held at the Rasmus Fredrickson boine It was somewhat of a surprise ou Mr and Mrs Fredrickson. Mrs Tom Allaway went to Walthill Sunday. John Welker drove to Sioux City Tuesday. Collins Bros played for the dance here ' Monday evening. It seemed good to have their musio once again, Miss Delia Means, ot Walthill, took in the dance Monday evening. Fred kipper was a bioux City pas senper Monday. Mrs Ben Twamlly noe Mabel 150,000 Acres in the Texas Panhandle. On the excursion of June 1st our company will put on the market for sale for the first time 100.000 acres of land in the Panhandle of Texas, known as the Farwell tract. This body of land is located at Friona on the east side of Palmer County on the main line of the Santa Fe railroad and extending alongside and adjacent to this railroad for a distance of 13 miles on the south-east. Fonr railroad towns are within sight of this tract of land, two of which are within its bor ders. Immediately to the east of the Farwell tract is being costructed the new Colorado Hereford and Gulf rail way. Not an acre of the Farwell tract lies farther distant than 12 miles from a railroad town, The Farwell tract is acknowledged to be the best body of land ever offer ed for sale in the Panhandle country. The soil is a rich productive chocolate colored loam with an average depth of over 5 feet with clay sub soil, even surface, gently sloping south and east affording perfect drainage, every acre available to cultivation with the purest water easily obtainable. Be impress ed with the fact that our company are the absolute owners of this land, bought it ut wholesale prices and in re tailing are giving purchasers the ad vantage of the low purchase cost. These lands will be sold at very reason able prices, one-fourth down, balance 10 to 12. years b"i interest, warranty deed with perfect title when you make the first payment, Our company runs their own private special train of Pull man sleepers from Kansas tity, with no charge for berths going, coming or whilo ou the grounds showing Jand. Dining car attached furnishing meals at reduced rates. Take advantage of the cheap excur sion jates on June 1st and comedown with ns aud be present at the opening sale of the famous Farwell tract of land, 150,000 acres of the very choicest land ever offered for sale in the south west the cream of the Panhandle country The sight seeing opportuni ties furnished on the trip together with getting acquaiuted with the wouderful settlement and development that is going on iu the Texas Panhandle will repay you many times lor the expense and time devoted to the trip. If mteresed call on or write for dis scriptive literature or such information us you may desire. W, T. BAKTLETT. Gen. Agent. 304 3 Grain Exchange Bldg., SIOUX CITY. IOWA twenty-seven (27) north, of rnnin eltrht 8) eat or tue mxth (nt h 1 principal nierldlBn in Imkotn county, Nehrnskii. enst thereon mid oei-nnlonel hy ri-HHOti of a deed beiirinu (lute April X. lWfl. from eor H. GrafT ami AmandaUrafT, hi wife, to saiil James Stew art, said Ui't-cl Ix'lim recorded (11 uel hook "F" at pnKe !I27 of tho led records of said county of Dakota, purporting toconvey the north half of said section one (11. The plalntlffnlsoprays for general equitable re- iii-i aim costs 01 sun. You are required to answer said petition on or lierore the Hth day of June, lutm. Kknust T. Hakkim, Ai,bkht J. IIakkia, Arthur It. Harimm, Richard . IIarkis, . 1'inintiiN. The love and foregoing notice to Im? puli- llsheil four weeks in u li'Kal newspaper print ed, published and of general circulation In lakota county und approved by me ns a I proper notice for service on the unknown heirs of James Stewart, deceased. (JUY T. (4RAVFH. Judge of District tlourt. Ccmcat Work Sidewalk. Cisterns Csvves Estimates furnished. Ilsvrry II. Foltz, All work guaranteed. Dakota City. Nebr. 1 I I First publication May 14 Iw FROHATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the county court of Dakota county. Nebra.Ka. I n the matter of the estate of Curl August Schopke, deceased. Notice Is hereby given, that the creditors of the said deceased will meet the executor of said estate, l-fore me, county judge, of Dakota county, Nebraska, at the county court room In said county, on the lntli l ay of SeDtemlter. 1W. on the 12th day of Octo ber, lunu. and on the lntli day of November, lwnt, at 10 o'clock a 111. each day for the pur pose of presenting their claims for exam ination, adjustment aim allowance, six months are allowed for creditors to present their claims and one sear for the executor to settle said estate, from the lnth day of May. U1. This notice wll! be published in the Dakota Uounty Herald, for four weeks successively prior to the loth day of Sep- temisii. 1 '.. Witness my hand, and seal or said court, this lnth day of May, A. l). linm. 1 D. O. STINSON, mfai.J rou nty Judge. ILaurad. Offering First publication May 7 Iw ROAD KOTICE J.-T. BRE8LIN ROAD. To all whem It may concern: The commissioner appointed to locate u road commencing ut the northeast corner Of the southeast quarter of section 27, town ship 21), range il east, and r,unilng due west one mile to the northwest corner of the southwest ciuarter of said section 27-2lMSenst on the county line lietween Dixon und Du- kota counties, ocnr, lias reported in iavor 01 the establishment thereof. All objections thereto, or claims for damages, must Is? tiled In the county clerk's otllce oi or before noon of the 2Nth day of June, A. D. ismw. or such roan will he estah 11 shed and located without reference there to. w. L. Rosa, county Olerk. ANNUAL STATEMENT Of the Village Treasuter of Jackson, Nebraska. limt April :t0, by balance on hand $ M W May ft, by J ,1 Mr Bride Honor license. Hmi ml July U, by county treasurer 270 ! Total reculpts $Ua 52 Another Good On May 22d the Government will open its second tract of 12,000 acres of perfectly irrigated land in the Big Horn Basin, near Garland and Powell, Wyo. This irrigation project of the Government is first-class and reliable. This land is adjacent to and along side of the Burlington road. Powell and Garland are prosperous towns. The community is absolutely first-class, and there is not a better place to live in west for climate, sunshine, productiveness of soil other good reasons, than the ' Biar Horn.Basini This land $45.00 an acre in ten annual installments, without interest. 320 ACRE MONDELL ACT: Select locations for home- steading in Wyoming near Newcastle, Upton and Moorcroft. Plats on file. Write me. I conduct an excursion on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Only $27.50 round trip homeseekers excursion rate. No charge for my services. Write me at once about this new tract. The , excursion of May IS or in June will be in time for srood selections. D. Clf.m D raver, General Agent. the whole and many is Klrst publication April So iw PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the county court of Dakota county, Ne braska. In the matter of the estate of Kolsjrt Itluuie. deceased. Notice Is hereby given, mat tne creuitors of the aald deceased will meet the adminis trator of said estate, before me, county judge of Dakota couuty, Nebraska, at the county court room la said county, on the isth day of August, luol. ou the 2nlh luy of September, Ui, and on the sum day oi.ticto ber, luitf, at 10 o'clock u. iu. each day for the mirDoso of presenting their claims for ex amination. udJustiiHMit and allowance. Six months are ulloweu for creditors to present their c alms, and one year for the adminis trator to settle suld estate, from the 21th day of April, This notice will he pnb- llstied in tne j'auoin uuuiuy nuimu lor four weeks succesnlvely prior to the 2tb dav of Auirust. lunu. Witness my niinu. nnu seal 01 gam court, this 2ltU day or April, A. i. iwm. D. V. Stisxon, rai.1 t'ounty Judge. piifi ifj"..iiiiJti''Mi urn mii'ii Land Seekers Information Bureau, Omaha, Neb. iOTngrMwsrrfLiiB?xsa maoanimieKmtsfrmKKrifivrtaaB We have just received a Car lLoadI of i Try . t applies ; ! May in, to J M Uranium, war. No. 22s, last half of inarslial salary, eiuiiug April :, Him 75 00 " 1, to sciiool warrant 2H. il 1st. 4... Bno eu June 11. to Win Hlley, w 2-Hi, hall for eetlon. and cutting weeds 0 H) July in, to K A I.brt'o. w v, for tile, ami coal for jo:in minis lit z.. Sept 7. to I) .1 Mc Donald, administra tor, for refunding order by county commissioner 9 o0 " 10, Mike Sullivan, w 2ai, forcut- tlllg weeds H Oct 2. K 11 l'reston, w2W, for crossing 10 SO 7. Dakota County Herald, w 2:i7, publishing treasurer's statement.. 8 75 Nov 17, Tho Sullivan, w 2;I2, cash ad vanced to lllnercnt poor 7 6" " 17. 1 hos Sullivan, w 21, for mow- weeds with team i "0 " 17, K II VreHton. w ifi, for side walk crossing 9 SO " 2ft. H 11 l'reston. w HUD, for side walk on Mullally property NT 89 ' ss. K 14 Preston J 2US. 8 street crossings and one alley ' 1"8 83 ' V K II l'reston. w H40. for side- walkonTV Hraiiuan property ... 157 US ' 25. K H Preston, w 211. for side walk on tlnlkln property MOO " 2S, Sam Hi annaman, w Jill, haul I nadir! lostduwalk unchurch prop erty 8 73 lw in. K u I iiri'o. w 21:1. for lum- Iht and other material 14 65 " vo K,ti Ki-olllll'd. W 241. for KIV vards dirt, at J5c Per yd 42 5 ltxru A Ki ll vrt Pei-kliis Hi-os. w 2X1. for vil lage seal S3 " 4,1 11, M.rrlrf- w 24H. iudge of election S 0 " Inlm Uurns. w 2m. Judge of election 00 .. l..t hi.itliv t.ii. w 2l7. idue of election SO" " vn Wm II, .aim. w 25". clerk of rle, Minn S 00 " vt 'i'..i., i i-Ui-viiii. w 2111. clerk of election 00 nil. .v. w 251. hull rent for holding elect Ion J ,v' " iW, to Isilnuce account 5 Total HUM 52 April:', Ui. by Imlaiiee on hanu I hereby certify the nlsDve to 1' atrue and correct staleni. nl. j. ji. mum, Town Treasurer SubM-rlls d and sworn to isfore me this lw, I, .1.,.- ,.l l,,v imv. 1.1 K ('. kKAHMCY, Iskai I . Notary Public. Klrst publication April &w Sheriffs Sale. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of an order of sale Issued by tieorge Wllklns. clerk of the district court In and for Dakota county. Nebraska, and uirecteit lo nie, , , f. Rockwell, sheriff of said county, eomuiand- inir me to sell the premises hereinafter dc scrllHid to satisfy certain Judgment of the said district court of said county mid slate, obtained at the March, lyns. term thereof, In favor of the Security Hank ol l'onca, Nebraska, and against Mlchm-I Mill- billv. I'ntherine Mullally, 1 hoiiuts iMullully I Mini i-' K. Halttead for the sum ol eignt I thousand four hundred twenty-two dollars 1 nmi ltv-seven cents, SH422.H7). as follows; One thousand two hundred tlfteen dollars and thirteen cents, iI21d.ihi. one on piain- iitTV irt cause or aciioii, three iiions- hii.i four hundred elsthty-slx dollar and t.,ii ...,nts. itl4xi.ini. tine on oia-nun s ontl cause of action, also the sum of three tiK.iiiiiid seven nuiioreu iweiuy-wnc urn- li- nml fortv-four cents, (S172I.I4I, due on t.iiLinttiT'K third cause of action: also Hie sum of one thousand eight hundred iilnot v-fniir dollars and sixty-iour cents , .i mji .i,.o iiefctidant. Walci-bury State Hank on It cross-peuuon, uiso me Mini ui one thousand lour uonais mm risin-iu.i ,.u,,i. i ti.au mi l due defendant. J. J. Mi-l'iii thy, on hi eross-pcunon; .um ... two hundred seveoiy-emui. uimuus u.iv. i..,,i.,i cents (I27H.2U) due plaintiff on lis fourth cause of action; al.-o tho sum of two hundred twenty-seven dollars ami forty- r..,,. ....nt r-7 .44) due defendant. K.J. Mul lally, on his cross-petition: also the sum of .... hundred six dollars and seven cents ii,h1i)71 fine tllA Alias elevator V -uni uttii J on Its cross-pelltlon, logemer witii interest r nil m,.I,I ludllinents, ailll prilirvunnimiu at thirty-four dollars and llfteeu cents (fil,15, and accruing posts, liesldes a prior Hen of taxes anion iiihih to i .u ' i ir...it.ii dollars (fciio.oo). I have levied upon t he following deicrlls-d n,.iir. to-wlt: The northwest uuarter i,U iiu...i nuui-ier and the east one. i,,.ir of Hin northeast ouarter. In section Id, township 2J, range . Dixon county, Nebras. l- ! ii, Korihwest uiiarter of the nortii- ....Lt ...,.-i..r the. southwest Quarter of the northwest utiarter, the northeast quarter of ., ,i,..., , mi. i ter, t ie southeast Hilar ter of the northwest quarter, the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, the south east quarter of the soiuneast quanrr, t northeast quiirier im me ...... ... ..... tin 111. Ill lnoil ei.unij. ,,.v.- rV fact which miy interest our Beo Keeping friends. Don't forget that we are still in the Harness Business. Stwrcs Bros. SLJcri,8!4.' Street wat. --" -" Klrst 1'ubllcatlon May NOT1CK. !1 IW Hrlora de IlLesiergai No. 35364 Sired by Anserseul 12S00, he by Reve d Or 7406, out of La Blonde Fayt 22233. Dam, Lisa de Kestergat 11631, she by Cadet 1960, out of Mie van Kestergat 11627. Foaled March 16, 1903. Imported August 16, 1906, by Frank lams, of St. Paul, Nebraska. To the unknown heir of James Stewart, deceaseii urn nnu rneu u ....... notice that on the 1111 iw. KrnestT. Hauls. Alls-rt J. Ha.-rls, .rt uir I.. Harris and Hlchard i. Harris, plulnllils, liled their petlUoii In the district court tf Dakota count) Tstute of Nebraska, against the unknown heir of Jaine Stewart, de. censed, as defendant, the object anil prayer of which are lo remove the cloud from I heir title Ui the uorlheai.t quarter of the north east quarter of section one Ilk townsiup Nebraska: and the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter, the noriiieaM quiiiier 1. i.u...i nin.rtel-. Ill see Lion l.i. town- ship ?, range . ami lids la and 14. In block I I village of lluhlwrd, Dakota county, Ne- :a-ka, all Isdng located In said Dakota and DIon counties aim siuie i ii,.i i will, ou Tuesday, the 2.,th day of . .. i,.., u in oel.s k a. in. of stiid tlav 'nt the south front door of the court house In D'.kola t'lty. Dakota county. Ne l,r..ka Dioce.sl tosell at public auction to h" I, gl.esTand is-.t l-dder, for cash, all of the als.ve descrlls-d property, or so much thereof as may Is? neee,a. y t.i ''.'''f..''''1 ooler of sale Issued by tieorge VlllUii, clerk of the district court In and for Dakota county, Nebraska, the amount duo thereon l.i t lie aggregate Is-lng the sum of eight o i.and louf hundred twenty-two dollars and l" ly-evencentst sl2!t..i7). with Interest froitl date of decree and prior taxed coltt amounting to thirty-four dollar and llfteeu cents .l. !."). and accruing costs. tilTen under uiy hand this 2utU day of April. A. D. lwo. j v.hocwku, Sheriff of Dakota couuty. N'.u. I"-- ';:i rt LION DE KESTERGAT - Is a Bay Belgian Stallion, ( years old, weighing 2300 lbs, and is an ideal drnft hopse. Took First Premium in his class at the Interstate Fair, Sioux City, Iowa, and was acknowledged bv all horsemen as being one of the best horses on exhibition. Will make the season of IDO'J as follows: Tuendays and Wednesday, Dakota City, at Maxwell's barn. Thursday, at the Poor Farm. Fridays aud Saturdays, at Hubbard. Sundays and Sloudays, at the Poor Farm. TermS'-0 t0 nuM l've cl I'loo the sale or removal of mare from the county the foal bill becomes due at once; or cares not properly returned for tiiul service, fees become due at ouee. HARRY E. BROWN, Owner L. BOSS, Attendant. Dakota City.tbr.