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Dakota County Herald
Official, Paper of the County
0(X H. fcCltt, PUBLIBXZt.
Subscription Trice. $1.00 Ter Year.
A weekly newspaper published at
Dakota City, Nebraska.
remission baa been granted for the
transmission of this paper through the
mtiiii as second-class matter.
Telephone No. 43.
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Items of Interest
from our Exchanges
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Tonca Jonrnsl : ReT M Koolen was
t Dakota City a part of thia week.
Salix items in Sloan, Io. Star: Mrs
M J Dillon, of Jackaon, Neb, is hers
for a visit with friends.
Albaton items in Sloan, Io, Star:
Mr and Mrs Ed Bakke were over from
their home at Homer, Neb, last Sun
day. Lyons Mirror: Chris Koblmeyer and
family of near Craig were here Mon
day on tneir return from South Sioux
Emerson Enterprise; Rev E V Nus
baum was in Iiubbard on business
Thursday.... Mr and Mrs R B Hatch
er of Crystal Lake spent Sunday with
Mre Hatchers mother, Mrs Henry
Bindt.... Grandma and Grandpa W Y
McLaughlin were iu South Sioux City
tianday looking after that new baby,
Pender Republic: Sid Graves and
daughter came down from Nacora
Wednesday.... Dr and Mrs WR Ream
of Walthill visited with Miss Luln
Hirsch and at the L L Ream home
over Snnday. .i.R E Evans of Dakota
City, H L Eeefe and O L Daugbn of
Walthill were in town Wednesday look
ing after tome legal matters in Judge
Smith's court.
Hartlngton news: F W Barnhart,
C M Baird and George Champion re
turned Friday from Crystal lake, where
they apent several days fishing. They
brought back a nice string of fish and
report a royal time. George says the
only disagreeable part of tbe trip was
the hail storm ou Tuesday when they
were caught out on the lake in an open
boat while the hailstones played
Yankee Doodle on their heads for about
fifteen minutes without interruption .
I'onca jjeader: .banker Armour was
over from Allen between trains Tues
day alternoon. . . .John V Pearson
came no from Dakota Oity Friday
evening where ho bad been attending
court.... Mr and Mrs J R Pomeroy
and children went to Hubbard Wed
nesday morning to witness the mar
riage of Mrs Pomeroy'a sister, Miss
Susie Knox to Mr Frank Luoiur,
Rev Bray of Ponoa performed the cere
mony at 1 2 o'clock noon .... Mr an Mrs
W G Beers came up from Morningdide,
Sioux City Saturday evening for
abort visit at the W F Mikesell borne,
Mr Beers returned Monday afternoon
and Mrs Beers went Tnesday,
On Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock oc
curred the wedding of the Miss Myrtle
Heott and Ueorge Andrews, two popu
lar Salix young people, at the home of
tbe groom's sister, Mrs Bert Yeoroans,
in Sioux City. The wedding was the
culmination of a romance of a romanoe
of aevetal years duration, during which
time the young people have lived a
largo part of the time in Salix. The
bride is the sister of Mrs John Chad-
wick, and is well and popularly known
throughout the entire community.
The groom has lived In Salix for many
years past and he is highly respected
by everyone. For the past year or to
be has been employed by the Hornick,
Hess & Moore wholesale drug firm in
Sioux City, whioh position be still re
tains. This (Wednesday) evening a
large reoeption is to be held for tbs
newly wedded oouple in the Odd Fel
lows hall in Salix. The briJe and
groom will be at home to their friends
their new borne in Hloux City after
July loth. Sloan, Iowa, Star.
Winnebago Chieftain : J J McAllis
ter of Dakota City was in Winnebago
the first of the week.... Mr and Mrs
Clarence Fisher were in Homer over
Sunday, at the home of Clark Owen.
....Mrs Louis Herman accompanied
b.er friend, Mrs Julius Pitts to Walt
bill on Wednesday afternoon .... Miss
Gertie Bnokland retarned borne on
' Tuesday from a visit in Norfolk with
her sister, Mrs James Blanouard... ,
Misses Lizzie and Caddie MoGlashan
-were down from Dakota county lust
-Saturday, guests at the home of Mr
and Mrs T T Harris, and ealliug on
-other friends, . . . At the annual sobool
meeting in Etomer, of district No 31
Rasmus Fredrioksen and Chas Davis
were elected new members of tbe
board. TD Curtis and WE Smith
toeing the out-going officers, they hav
ing been appointed to nil vacancies
caused by two resignations. . . ,Mis
Ruth Scott, of Livermore, Iowa, is vis
iting at the borne of her cousin, W E
Lackland. She accompanied the lat
ter home from tbe funeral of her unole,
Albert E Lake, whioh was bald at the
residence of the parents of the deoeas
ea, far and Mrs A Xj Lake, seven
miles west of Homer. He was killed
by lightning, at Livermore, on June
20th, at the age of 21.
tr. sown m oc : sow oo w scsc wwm
Mis Beacom was in the oity last
Light work shoes for warm weather
wear, at Carl Anderson's.
II Nelson and Mike Green shipped
car of cattle and bogs Thursday.
Mrs Nelson visited Thursday of last
week at the home of ber son, Chas
Tbe Ladies of the Lutheran church
netted nearly $50 last Saturday at the
bazaar sala. We call that pretty good.
The following letters remain uncalled
for at the Hubbard poetolttce: James
Welch, Hebert White.
Trinity Luthern church next Sunday
at 8 p m; Sunday sehool every Sunday
at 2 p m. Rev E V Nnsbaum.
Thos Long transacted business at the
county seat and in Sioux City Wednes
Groceries, flour, gronnd feed alfalfa.
hardware, woodenware, screen doors,
binders, mowers, rakes, sweeps, stack
ers, and all implements used on a farm,
at D O Heffernan's.
Mary Myres spent a few days bere
the past week visiting friends.
Alonzo, Edward and Mary Thornton,
of Sioux City, celebratod the Fourth
Wm Evans and family of Emerson,
same down Saturday to enjoy a visit
with friends and relatives.
Mr and Mrs Frank Lussier returned
Saturday from their honeymoon trip,
Green gage plums. 12 cans for $1.40,
at Carl Anderson's. These goods can't
be beat anywhere.
Mrs George Timlin was a Sioux City
passenger from bere Wednesday.
Mike Oreen is erecting a beautiful
two story dwelling on bis farm south
of town. Mr Green is one of Hub
bards oldest and most prosperous
Tbe dance given bere Saturday
evening was vory largely attended and
a great time is reported.
Lie lit summer pants, as cheap as
overalls and much more comfortable,
at Carl Anderson's.
Station Agent Wbittaker went off
on a few days visiting,
Gertie Fair came down to spend the
Fourth with her sister, Mrs B B Grib
Rev Phillips came down Thursday
to look after church matters.
LiKht straw bats for this warm
weather, at Carl Anderson's.
Chas Dodge went to Sioux City last
Monday to take tbe celebration at that
James Nelson of Dakota City was in
our burg Tuesday.
Wm Dodge spent the Fourth in
Hubbard with his parents.
Cool shirts for warm weather, at
Carl Anderson's.
Mrs Hans Hansen and daughter
Anna, spent Sunday near Nacora.
Dr Leahy and family, F S Berry,
Mary VQuinn aed Nellie Hogan came
over from Jackson Saturday to help
Mr and Mrs Pederson and baby of
Sioux City visited at the L Mogensen
home from Saturday until Monday,
We want your farm prodnoe of all
kinds and at all times, and will pay
the highest market price for it. Carl
Johanna Mundy enjoyed a visit from
her cousins, of Fonca, Tuesday.
A great picnio was planned for last
Sunday at the L Pederson home, but
oweing to the heavy shower whioh
came down it was postponed until
some future date.
Miss Anna Anderson went to Sionx
City last week for a visit with friends
and relatives.
Strawberrys, put np in extra heavy
syrup, 2 cans for 25c, or 12 cans for
$1.10. Carl Anderson.
Mrs Paul Sharp spent several days
in tue city last week .
Mrs Sam Thorn shopped in the city
Fred S Berry and wife were guests
at the Maloney home last Thursday
Guy Tucker spent the Fourth in
Hohumaoher & Leedom are making
a specialty of leather ily nets just now,
something that every owner of a horse
should have. They ako carry a full
line of other nets, as well as every
iniug in Harness.
Pearl Persinger and family went to
LoWidge Bunday evening. They will
retnrn about the last of the week.
Fred Souumacner and family left
for Calhoun for a visit with relatives.
Mary Timlin is visiting relatives at
O'Neill, Nebr.
Margaret Boler oame up from Oma
na Saturday evening to spend a few
days with the borne folks.
Mails and Blanche Riley departed
Monday for Chioago to visit their aunt,
airs Julia vans.
Myrtle and Earl Mitchell, of Good
wiu, spent over Sunday in the borne of
tneir aunt, Airs Henry Franeisoo.
Maggie Murray oame down from
Waterbury Saturday and viaited rela
Uvea until Ttesday evening.
Rev Father Roche retnrnad Fridav
evening from Omaha, where he attend
ed tbe annual retreat of the priests of
the diooese that were held at the
Oreighton nniversity.
Gertrude Hall has been engaged to
teaou in the George Hayes district
near Hubbard for the coming year,
Charley 8ehlotman moved his family
u owns uiij iasi wees wuere tbey
wm remain .or me summer.
Misses Lnla Terpenn.ng and Ruth
Love departed Saturday for a ten day's
visit witn relatives at Council Bluffs,
and Omaha
L 8 Blenkiron, of Sioux City, last
wees soia lis elevator bere to Baun
ders-Westrand Co, of Omaha.
f Ci i i . m r- i a
iur oiewari, I uasmon, Ukla, was
a guest in the John T Daley home the
past woe.
uir 4 x iuciwen ana little son
Milton, and mother, Mrs Mary Sulli
van, left Monday for Binux City ii re
main for six weeks during the absence
of Misa Kate who leaves shortly for
New York, on a purchasing trip fur the
Autbler style shop,
Ed T Kearney and family attended
the celebration at Homer Saturday and
were guests in the Ihos Ashford home
until Monday evening
Bertha Sawyer is spending the week
with friends in Ponoa, Nebr.
l.uuu niiiivr oi pjoutu uruaha, arriv
ed here Saturday evening for a few
weeks visit with ber oousia, Mary Z
Genevieve Brady who is spending
tuo week witu relatives and friends in
Sioux City, attended the celebration
July 3rd with friends in Westflsld,
P F Sullivan of Sioux City, spent
over Bunday with bis folks bere,
Mr and Mrs James Flyna and bovs.
Edward and Thomas, returned Mon-
day evening from a Fourth of July
eelebration with relatives at Ilinton,
and Merrill, Iowa.
Bennetts - Hall is spending the
week with Madeline Davey at Sionx
Hrnadina Contey, daughter of P EI
Conley, and who are well known bere,
but now reside at Chicago, received
tbe gold medal at the closing exercises
of "Our Lady Help of Christians"
school last week, for tbe highest aver
age in tbe aeventh grade. '
Mrs J It Ramsey, Mrs N R Powell,
Mrs W At wood and Miss John's, the
antomobilists who are making their
transcontinental tour from New York
City to Ban Francisco, arrived here
Tuesday evening abont 7pm and re
mained over night. It took them five
boors to make the trip from Sionx
City, the roads being in such bad con
dition. Tbey proceeded on to Colum
bus, Nebr, Wednesday forenoon,
rd Uuinn has been making some
improvements at his borne by having a
new kitchen built on and etc, also
painting it throughout,
A large number of our young people
attended the dance at Ponca Monday
W V Steuteville of Sioux City spent
Bunday at tbe (juinn borne.
James Flinn, who has been attending
sehool at the Grand Island Business
college, returned to bis homo bere last
Miss Margaret Quinn, Gertrude
nail, Benedict Cullen and Willie
Casey, spent Monday at Riverside.
Edgar Ayres spent the Fourth bere
and took in the dance.
Frank Haase from Emerson, and his
sister, Miss Lizzie, of Dakota City,
celebrated with us.
Elmer Shook and wife, and Chas
Jorden and wife were visited by the
stork, which left baby girls. Charley
is as tall as Elmer now.
Mrs A J Ream is home again after a
two weeks visit at Walthill and Pender
with ber children.
Automobiles, in and around Homer
Well yes; thicker than fiddlers in the
Fiddler creek district
Mrs Ida Coleman, of S( Paul, Minn
has been here the past we.ik visiting
her parents, Mr and M J Hermann
The negro bootlegger whose trial oo
cupied two days in Homer was bound
over to the district courfi.
Mrs Robert Jones of Omaha, came
up Wednesday evening or last weer-
to spend the Fourth and visit hr
parents, James Harris and wife and
other relatives. Peach McEinley. who
had been in Bt Joe for some time, ao
companied ber borne.
Freda Stading, of Ponoa, was the
guest at the Garret Mason home over
the Fourth.
Robert Jones came up from Omaha
Saturday evening to visit his wife and
baby, returning Sunday.
Jnlins Pitts left last Thursday for
Winnipeg, Car., to fill a position in the
railroad servioeof the Canadian North
Herb White and a negro from the
reservation were arrested here
Saturday night on a charge of boot
legging. Chaa Holsworth shipped bogs last
week through the Farmers' Elevator
Miss Jane Johnson is visiting her
sister, Mrs Louie Rockwell. They ex
pect a brother and wife for a visit
Jimmie Allaway is spending this
week at Primrose, this state.
Mrs Monroe and little daughters
camo home from Sionx City Friday
where they were guests at the D L
Allen home for a week.
Henry Rockwell, wife and two chil
dren have been here for the past week
from Fairmont, Minn, on a visit with
Henry's brother, Eph Rockwell and
other eld time friends.
Mattie Bridenbaugh, of Morning
side, and Mary 8hunaman, of Man
Ding, Iowa, were Sunday guests at the
(jus Wukins borne.
John B Bubb has just completed
some very artistio painting in the
Chas Holsworth home. Mr Holsworth
surely has a very nice home now with
water piped all over the house, making
one of tbe most convenient and most
artistio bomea around bere.
Myrtle Bates was married July 4th,
to lui Hoover, at New Richmond, Wis
The good wishes ,of a host of friends
are extended to her.
"Col" Foreshoe of Salem, and Miaa
Ella Smith, of Las Vegas, New Mexi
co, were married at Denver, Col, June
81st. After two weeks of sight seeing
ana "noney mooaing" tbey will return
to this county te make their home on
the Milt Foreshoe farm near Dakota
City. Congratulations.
was fnllr well ttnd,l in nu.
ins oeieDrauon tnis year at Urmer
years. Homer on the Fourth is a good
deal like Dakota City on Old Bettlera
day, when, regardless of the program,
many will come jnst to visit, if for
nothing else. Tbe parade started
promptly at 10 o'clock, with Sam
Combs as Marshal in the lead. Tbe
exeroises at the grounds in the fore
noon began with an invocation by Key
Hammond, followed by a speech by
iter x uuiifis, men eaue visiting and
dinner. The afternoon sports began
ai j o clock with a ball game betweeu
the Homer and the Dakota Citv teams,
uomer winning by a soore of 5 to 2,
then the greased pig race, foot race,
sack raoo, eto, the sports keeping the
crowd until almost dark, then the fire
works as good aa Homer ever had
and a big dance to wind up the dars
lesuviues. iae marshals keut cnn.l
order, and too much praise cannot be
gieu to tue n,tnerson bsnd, which
played from early morning till eveuincr
.1 ll m .
at tue grounds ana gave a grand con
oert in the evening up town. We can
say that they were gentleman, from
the manuger, Dr Hrowa, the leader, O
E Dauielson, and eaob and every one
cenected with the band. We hope to
ee them at the Old Settlers picnio on
Thursday, Auguit 2Gth.
Caddie MoQlashan left for Danbnry,
Iowa, Wednesday,
Martha Orth of Jackson, waa a guest
at the Bachert home the past week.
Mrs Chaa BlessiDg and children and
Mrs Wm Harnett went to Ruuhville,
Nebr, last Thursday to visit relatives a
eouple of weeks.
Mrs John Bachert went te Ft
Dodge, Iowa, Monday, roturning
Wednesday, accompanied by Mr and
Mra Bachert, parents of her hnsband.
J C Diokover and daughter Hazel,
of Oak Park, 111, and son Harry, from
near Garretson, 8 D, were Fourth of
Jnly guests at the Hope Dickover
bone. Miss Haiel will spend the re
mainder of the summer bere.
The ice cream social that was to
have been held at the Wm Berger
home June 28th. was postponed to
Monday evening July 12th, loe cream
and frnit will be served and all are in
vited to come and help the W H & F
M society and at the same time enjoy
musical treat.
Two Anderson girls from Sioux City
are visiting at tbe Andrew Larsen
Mrs N F Hansen of Sioux City is
visiting ber daughter, Mrs C L Dodge,
this week.
Mrs Ed V Maurice and three daugh
tors are vieitiDg relatives in Council
Bluffs, Iowa, thia week.
Misses Grace Wilkins and Nana
Frederickson returned to Wayne Mon
day after spending tbe Fourth at home,
Anna Sorenson left for Lakeview,
Iowa, last Thursday to spend the
Fourth and visit her folks a week or so
A Danish picnio was held at Peter
Sorenson's last Sunday, and on ao
count of the rain they all stayed and
danced till morning. All report
jolly time.
From the Record
CViunty Attorney McAllister was a
visitor In town Tuesday.
Sam Zapp, of Emerson, was n visitor
in the city a short time Tuesday.
MIks Edna Antrim, of Homer, visited
in town last Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Will Hogan returned Thursday
from a week's stay with her mother
at Homer.
Vaughn TolllnRer was assisting in
the Edwards & Bradford yard at Da
kota City several days last week.
!,( Roy Mitchell and family, of Ire
ton, were Sunday guests at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
C. H. Kohlmelr nnd wife, from near
Lyons, Nib., came up Saturday eve
ning and spent Sunday with his broth
er, Ueorge Kohlmelr.
Hoth Clerk of the District Court
Wilkins and County Judge Stlnson
were down from the county capital
Monday calling on friends.
James Flynn has had a new awning
placed In front of his place of business,
improving the looks of the place and
making it much more comfortable these
hut summer mornings.
South Sioux City ball players will
have a chance to see what good play
ers Bobby Black's Knights really arc
when they play them a game at Crystal
Lake park, Sunday. July 11th. '
The lumber for the erection of the
cottages which Fred Beerman, sr., is
putting up on his lots opposite the
I'resbyterlan church, arrived Wednes
day and the enrpenters got busy with
their hammers Thursday.
Bowman Mead arrived here from
Meadow Grove for a week's visit among
old friends Friday. His father, Rev.
George Mead, is a former pastor of the
Methodist church litre. Mr. Mend and
his fiimily expect to leave Monday lor
a vacation trip to Colorado.
Oscar M. Waddell, who was a former
superintendent at the AVinnebago
agency, is now employed by the gov
ernment In the construction of the Tie
ton canal, near Naches, Wash. Mr.
Waddell sent The Record a very fine
little book descriptive of the work of
Irrigation and the good it does the sec
tions where it is being used.
The annual school election passed
off very quietly Monday afternoon.
George J. Boucher, Ed. Metz and W.
V. Steuteville received the highest
number of votes and will each be en
titled to a seat on the school board.
Mr. Steuteville hns made the state
ment that he will not serve In that
capacity. In event that he does not
qualify. It Is probable that John Rock
well, who received the next highest
number of votes, will be appointed to
fill the vacancy.
Dr. L. DeVore, city health physician,
and also a member of the state board
of health for the prevention of disease,
made a tour of Inspection one day this
week looking at the public outhouses,
with a view of their fltness as to sani
tary condition. He condemned almost
all such places in the city. Medical
men nnd that flies Increase In these
places every 10 days. All Infectious
and contagious diseases, such as tu
berculosis, typhoid fever, diphtheria,
scarlet fever and so forth, are carried
by the fly. The doctor says we have
one of the best climates and finest of
an lanus in which to live. All we need
Is perfect sanitation and to keep things
ciean io insure perreel neaitn.
On last Thursday. June 24th, at
Bangor, Mich., occurred the marriage
or miss Ada Davis, or that city, to Mr.
Clint Manning, of South Sioux City.
Both Mr. Manning and his bride are
well known in South Sioux City. Miss
Davis has visited at the home of her
uncle, John McKlnney, many times.
She Is a lady who wins friends for her
self wherever she goes. At her home in
Bangor she occupied a responsible posi
tion In one of the largest business con
cerns In the city. Mr. Manning is a
South Sioux City merchant, the son of
.Mr. and Mrs. John Manning, of Walk
er's Island. He Is n young man of
Bterllng character, full of business en
terprise and has the best wishes of his
host of Dakota county friends for a
happy and prosperous Journey through
life. Mr. and Mrs. Manning will go to
housekeeping In the McKlnney house
on Omaha street.
First Publication June J5 8w
To Sioux City and Nebraska Railroad
Company, tli recorded deed owner and the
Chicago, 8t. 1'aul, Minneapolis and Oinitha
H. K. Co., the supposed owner. You are
hereby notltled that at a sale of lands and
lots for taxes, held on the sixth day of No-viiiilH-r,
A. U. 1ihj, by the treasurer of la
kota county, Nebraska, the followlim tie
scrllN'd real property, situated In the con.
ty of lakota. and state of Nebraska. In-ml, -
Lot No. nine (u) In Murk No. seventy-nlec f
iv). Ill t'ovlnif ton. an annex la South Klmi 1
(Hty,Nebwhlch property was assessed In the
name of no person and was sold for taxes of
the years of 1H7 to lists, inclusive, to C. Mar
tin, who Is now the bolder of the certtllcatv
of purchase there. if: and that after the ex
piration of three months from the date of
t lie service or this notice a tax deed will be
applied for.
Haled this Uth day of June, lmsl,
C. Maktis,
Owner and holder of certificate of purchase,
liy I. 1', Martin, her annul.
First publication June H5 Hw
To James M. Hlggs, the last recorded deed
owner, ami to in. Hlgiis, to wiioiu It was
last ttsctscd In year luos. and to Henry
hkldmore, I'M Matiu y, and A. McCorinack,
the persons in possession: You are hereby
iiulllled thai at a sale of lands and lots for
taxes, held on the fourth day of Move mtier,
A. D. IKT. by the treasurer of Hakolu coun
ty, Nebraska, the following described renl
property, situated In the county of Dakota
and slate of Nebraska, to-wlt: Fast one-
half l'v of lot No. one 111 In section No,
thirty-four (M) In township No. twenty.
seven Wl. In range No. nine lilt, In Dakota
county Nebraska, which was assessed in the
lame of Will. II nus and was sold lor l ie
taxes of the years ls7H to llW, inclusive, ex
cept year 1S77. to K. H. Martin, who Is now
the lioldet of the certlllcat of purchase
thereof; and that after the expiration of
three month, from the date of the service
of this notion a tax deed will Is applied for.
Dated this lllli day of June,
K. H. Martin.
Owner and liolderof certlllcatu of purchase.
ny 1, r, Martin, uls atfeul.
First publication Juce n 9w
In tli district court of the Ktnto of Neb-
rftkft. In find for Inkotfk routitr.
In trit nmttT of tlm nppllrn- i
'.Kin oi in n-ii mi vntTi. Art-1
nil nl trn tor of t hp CHtatr of 1 Notlop of Ad-
CiithTlm Ktnlf h.d.w.'Hioil, f mliilHtrntor's
for llrne to sell ri-iil c- I Hale.
tnto. )
Notlc-p ! Iinri'by fflrrn thnt In nursnnnro
of an ordrr of tin' llonornlilp uy T.Urnvp.
udBi- of Hip (llntrlct court of I mkotn county.
Nclnkn, inndx on the iflitli lny of Mnri-li.
A. I. Hum, for thp nI of t hp tpiiI ptnt ln rc-
niiftcr dcwrllx'd, there will bp mild at putt
ie miction Hnd nnlc to the hliriit hl.liler
forcimli lit the front door of the MublxirTl
Stiitc Itlink In tlm vIIIhho of Hublmrd, In
I 'iikntn county. NclirnakH. on Rnlnrrinv the
llrd dHjr of July, nw, hi the hour of ten
o'clock In the forenoon, the followlna de-
scribed renl estate sltunted In tbe county of
IHikotnnnil state of Nebrnskn. to-wit! Tbe
north oiie-hnlf i U of the southenst nunrter
of section nine (Hi, townnhlp twenty-eight
(Pi), rmiBo seven (7), mid the undivided one-
third Cm) of the southeast uunrter of the
northwest aunrtcr nnd the east one.lu.lf I ' I
oi imp soutneiist qunrter of section twenty
seven !). in township twenty-elht (in).
rnrme i. isuni snlo will remain open for one
Imted at Hubhnrd. Nebraska, this uth dnr
oi June, A. 1). 11"
MtcnAKL n ATK ItH.
Administrator of th Kslute of ditherlne
Mm l tn, Deceased.
First publication July 2w
Sidewalk Resolution of Villsge Board
lie It resolved by the chairman And hoard
oi trustees of the vl aue of lmkotat Itv. Ne
nriiHKii, l li lit new side walks is? const rue ted
iiIoiik and ill in it 1 1) u upon the following
diocks nnd lots in sum vuinue as follows
Alomr the south endsof lots H, 6, id, 11 and
12, block 122, K. I.. Wilbur, record owner
along the west side of block 140 alomr the
west ends of the following lots: Lots 4 and
8, H. Grlblile, owner; lot fl, llessle Htlnson
record owner: lots 7, sand , C. II. Maxwell
record owner: lot 10, Paul Plzey. record
owner; lots 11 and l:t, Wm. P. Warner rec
ord owner; lot 1, Henry Krumwiede, rec
ord owner: lots 14 and 15, Hank of Iinkotn
City, record owner; also along the south
side of the west HO feet of lot 1, In said
block lid. the Hank of Dakota City being
the record owner of the west 55 feet of snld
ki feet and B. Orlblile lielng the owner o
the east 26 feet of said no feet; along the
south ends of the following lots In block
141: lot7, H. K. Kvnns, record owner; lot
Fred Jieerinan, record owner; lot 10, V. Van
de Z.edde, necoid owner; alow? the east sUlo
of block lilU along tho east ends of the fal
lowing lots In said bliH-k: lot 1, The United
Keal Kstate Trust Company, record own
er: lots 2. 8, 4 and 6. (4. Frank Broyhlll. rec
ord owner; lot ft, George 11. Hnase, record
owner; lots 13, 11, 15, In, 17 anil IS, Kdwards
ft liriiuforil IiUinlHT Company, record own'
er: along the north and east side of lot 1
and the north end of the east half of lot S,
block 172, Kd. Huston, record owner: along
me ensi sine oi ioi l, mock iwi. M. M. Ki hiii
record owner: along the north side of lotsl
2 and a, block lm, Fred and Carl Kchrlever,
record owner; thnt the said last mentioned
walk shall lie constructed of hoards accord
Ing to the sidewalk ordinance of said vll
luge; that nil the other walks alsive men
tloned shall be constructed of cement In
accordance to the ordinance of the nld
village and the plans and specifications on
tile governing the same; that new walk
shall also lie built along the north side of
block l:t. along the north side of lots 7
and , Theodore Hllven, record owner, and
along the north side of lot I, The United
Keal Estate ft Trust Company lielng the
record owuer; that snld walk shall b? of
That a special meeting of the board of
trustees of the snld village of Dakota City
Nebraska, will Iw held for the purpose of
considering the benefits derived and of
placing the valuatlou nnd nsseesmentsupon
the lots nimlttiig nnd adjoining snld line
of sidewalk, on Thursday, the 2Ulti day of
July, Hum, at H o'clock p.m., at the offlce of
Haul Hizey, in said village of Dakota City
State of Nebraska, Dakota county, ss.
I, Paul I'lzey, clerk of the village board
of Dakota City, Nebraska, hereby certify
that the above resolution was passed by
sain onnru at its meeting on June 2U, iuu.
Oral Pati, Pizey, Clerk
First publication July 8w
Order of Hearing on Petition for Ap
pointment of Administrator.
In the county court of Dakota county
State of Nebraska. Dakota county : ss.
To Joseph Patrick Mullins, Alliert Will
lam Mulling, Mary Kmeline Mullins, Mau
rice HlliH-rt Mullins, Bernard Cornelia
Mullins, anil to all persons Interested In th
estate of Annie Mullins, deceased:
On reading the petition of Kllen Thorn
ton and Mary Sullivan praying that the
administration of snld estate be granted
io vt . 11. uyan as administrator.
It Is hereby ordered thnt you, Bnd all per
sons Interested In said matter, mav. and do.
appenr at the county court to be held in nna
lor stun county, on the 24th day of July
A. H. IK hi, at 10 o'clock a. in., to show cause,
if any there Iw, why the nraver of the do.
tloner should not be gran ted, nnd that notice
of the pendency of said petition and tha
tne nenring tnereof lie given to all persons
interested in sain matter liy publishing
copy of this Order In the Dakota Count
Herald, a weekly newspaper printed In said
county, for three successive weeks prior to
saiu uay ox Hearing.
Witness my hand, nnd seal of said court
iDls.tnn day of July, A. l). iwi.
D. O. riTlNSON,
seal County Judge.
An ordinance providing for tbe mowin
of weeds on streets, alleys and vacant
property in the village ef Dakota City
Nebraska; prescribing tbs f.me of
year for such mowing, and providing
for the levying of a special tax upon
property to pay for such improvements
and repealing all ordinances or parts of
ordinances in contact herewith.
Be It ordained by the Chairman nnd Board
or Trustees of the village of Dakota City
Kkctioh I. That ail orfnoxlous weeds of
every kind and description In the village of
Dakota city, iseoraska, snail be mowed or
cut down each year prior to the 16th day of
June, on all streets, alleys and vacant oroD
erty In said village, and such weeds shall be
kept mowed or cut short at all times tie
tween the said isth day of June and the Is
day of Meptember of each year.
(Suction II. The mowing or cutting of all
weeds In said village shall be done by and
at the expense of the owners of the property
upon which, or adjoining mc streets or al
leys on which the weeds shall he cut, and
tue passage ana puiuicniion or this ordl
name as required by law shall be notice to
the property owners of the said village of
Dakota City, Nebraska, that they are re
quired each year during the time this ordi
nance Is In force to mow or cut all obnox
ious weeds upon their said property and to
the center line of the streets and alleys of
said village adjoining ana abutting upon
their said premises.
Mkction III. That the said village of Da
kota City, Nebraska, acting by and through
the Hoard of Trustees thereof, shall have the
fiower and It sliall lie the duty of said VII
nge, without further notice to property
owners In said village, heglunlng on the 16th
day of June of each year to see that all ob
noxious weeds In said village, upon all
streets and alleys therein and upon all va
cant property In snld village, wherever ne
cessary, are mowed or cut dowu and kept
mowed and cut short between the hald 16th
day of June and the 1st day of Keptemlwr of
each year: and in all cases where the said
owners of property In said village fall or
neglect to comply with the requirements of
this ordinance promptly, the said Hoard of
Trustees of snld Village shall have the pow
er and It shall Is' the duty of said Ixiaid, to
employ a sultlclent number of men and
teams within snld period of time w ho will
perform the work of cutting such Weeds as
provided herein as shall Isi designated by
the said lxard or the person In charge of
said work.
Skction IV. That all sums of money paid
out by the said Village of Dakota City. Ne
braska, In employing men and teams to
mow or cut the weeds as prescrllHid herein
shall lie apportioned by the said Is in id of
trusteesauiong the lots and blis-ks adjoin
ing or upon which such weeds shall Is) so
cut, ami the proportionate share of said ex
pense shall lie taxed to such lots and blocks
accorilliig to the Is'iiellts accruing to each,
Hm'TloN V, That whenever It shall Is
necessary for the said Village of Dakota
City, Nebraska, to attend to the cutting of
weeds as provided In this ordinance. It shall
lie the duty of the street commissioner of
said village to take general charge of said
work and, acting under the Instructions of
the IhiiiiiI of trustees of snld village, he shall
see that the snld work is properly done nmt
at the proper time as prescrlls'd liy tills or
dinance. tsm-rioN VI. All ordinances or paVts of
ordinances In eonlllct herewith are hereby
repealed, and this ordinance shall take ef
fect and lie In force from and after lis pass
uge and publication according to law.
Passed July . llN. ,
J. P. ItocKW l.l.,
Chairman Hoard of Trustees.
Pai l Pikv,
skai-1 Village Clerk.
Sate of Nebraska, Dakota County ss.
I. IVul I'lsev. do hereby certify that the
foregoing ordinance No. Jt2 was duly passed
bv Hie Hoard of Trustees of said llluge at
Its meeting held on July . ll.
Al l. PI7.KT,
Village Clerk.
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only when tha ohaoces are they would
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Dakota Citv. Neb. j (jVX ZTS 608 Metropolitan Blk.
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We have just received a
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A ftct which miy interest our Beo Keeping friends.
Don t forget that we are still in the IJarness Business.
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F$ or t K - TcstcriiL L i tic
From Dakota City RaTrP
Seattle $53.30
Portland 53.30
Tacoma 53.30 y
Vancouver 53.30
Los Angeles 71.75
San Francisco 71.75
Tickets are on sale daily until September 30. Return dimit
October 31. Stopovers permitted enroute.
Details on application to local agent.
The alxive rates to Portland and Puget Bound Points apply for tickets going via
tit. Paul and Minneapolis. Heturnlng from Portland through Salt Lake
City, Scenic Colorado and Denver.
Kates to California apply for tickets going via Seattle and Portland.
Returning from California via any direct route,
For complete Information as
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Traveling Pass'r Agt St. Poul, Minn.
Flathead Indian Keservation: Register at Kaiispeii, Mont.,
on the Great Northern Railway.
Coeur d'Alone Reservation: Register at Coeur d'Alene,
Idaho. (Buy tickets to Spokane.)
Spokane Reservation : Register at Spokane, Washington.
Registration dates July 15 to August 5th, inclusive. This is
another of the remaining few chances for this generation to ob
tain good government lands. Call on nearest tieket agent for
descriptive leaflet, showing conditions, excursion rates, etc.
The Burlington-Great Northern, Spokane and Seattle train
takes you through the wealth producing Wenatchee fruit coun
try, and shows you the wonderful upper northwest empire; every
mile is interesting.
Big Horn Basin : A splendid choice of the government irri
gated lands is left to homesteaders in this growing fast country.
320-Acre .Vondel Lands: Thousands of acres of these
larger sized tracts are now available for free homesteading in
eastern Wyoming and are going fast.
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