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Dakota County Herald
Official Paper of the County JOH H. &CAK, PCELISKJR. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Fer Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City. Nebraska. Fermionion ban been eranted for the transmission of this paper through the mft.ua as eeconn-claM matter. Telephone No. 43. mo m imc. m .. J w Items of Interest from our Exchanges 8 & 3C J 3B MC South Creek items Id Fonca Jonrnal Johnnie Sobollard wns in Dakota City Wednesday. Allmton items io Sloan Io, Star Tlion rtrnan. (War Dakl. Mabla Dahl nd Lillie OIhou celebrated in Horner Nebr, returning home Sunday. Serceant Bluff items in Sloan, Iowa flttr ! IVf intern Helen and Goldie Queen Morrill ami Ernest BrassUeld. of Homer, Neb, visited friends and 4ives here the first of the week. Tela Powder Creek items in Newcintl Times : Mr and Mrs Iloss roily came nn from Dakota City last Batnida and visited until Monday with her parents, Mr aud Mrs Harry Wendto. Lyons Mirror: It C Bauer, wife and on, M Warner Bauer, lately from Al berta Canada, and Mrs J W Bcott of Wakefield and daughter Amy, were visiting the Mirror family this week. Mrs Bauer is a sister of M M Warner and Mrs Scott a cousin. Thurston items in Fender Republic: Mrs Albert Nanh and two little (laugh ters returned Tuesday eveuing from a visit to Homer and Winnebago.... Our ball team lost the game at Hub bard on llie Fourth. It was the samu old story the other side ruu in out side men. Salix items in Sloan, Io, Star: Miss Brady of Jackson, Neb, and Miss Flcm ina. of Lanrel, spent Saturday at the iiomnof Mrs M V Small.... Mr and Airs Bliven, of California, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs S D Cone, left the first of the week far visit with relatives in Winnebago, Nebr. Wynot Tribune : Lucy Jones of Vis- 4a visited here the fore part of the week ... .The outgoing train Monday noon narrowly escaped a serious aoci dent between Fonca and Vista. Some thing about the coach got out of order and dropped down and came nea ditching the traia. The coach was set oat at Vista and a new eoach secured at Sioux City. Hehmoller & Mueller mnsio store, owes his life to II W Voss, president of the Crystal Lake Distilling company. Mr Fontein bad started ont lor a Bunoay sail and in attempting to adjnst his jib sail to the stiff breeze, wliicn was blowing, the lines became entangled, before he could get the boat righted it capsized and be was thrown Into tne water He mantgea so gci noiu w the boat and several people who wit- naiurl th accident started to Lis res- -r s I,;. cue. Bir OSS wan wurius " launch and jumped into a light row boat, which was tied alongside, he bent his strength to the oars and reached Fontein before he became ex hausted. Several others abo went to the rescue and the race proved quite spectacular The unfortunate man was taken to the hotel, where he was piveu some dry clothing. The sccident hap pened ou the east side of the lake. ?. CORRESPONDENCE g HUBBARD. Ed Maurice purchased a fine surrey of Benze & Green Tuesday, pajiny f 135 for it. That sounds like pros perity. John Mitchell is back at his old work in the Bonze & Green shop. The work on the new addition to the Carl Anderson store is nearing completion and will be one cf the finest and neatest stores in the county. Mrs Chris Rasmnsscn was a city Decatur nerald : Hurry Olbrey has leased his meat market and fixtures to Messrs E J Bouse and D W Salmon, of Odebolt, Iowa, and possession was given last Monday, The new proprie tors have been busy this week waiting on and becoming acquaiutod with their numeroa customers. . The Herald wel comes them to Decatur and trust they may prosper. Emerson Enterprise : F G Wallwey was up from Naoora on business Wed nesday ... .Mrs James Thornton of Hubbard is visiting at the W 13 Evans home....M F Doran is down from, Woonsocket, S D, visiting friends and relatives.... Misses Lena and Augusta Wallwey of Council Bluffs, Io, have been spending the week at the homes 4)f Wm Wallwey and Auton Wilke. Fonca Leader: Miss Mabel Cheney "was the guest of Miss Etta Bauer from Saturday until Tuesday afternoon.... Mr and Mrs Will F Miksell drove to Dakota City Saturday evening and re mained for a visit until Monday even ing.... Missel Ruth Hey don, Cora tioott, Eatuer Wood, Francis Rey nolds, and Ethel Douthitt, went to Homer Saturday morning to spend a lew days with Mrs James King Fonca Journal: WFMikesell and wife visited in D.iUota county the first of this weL....Mrs P Sooilard came up from Jackson last Saturday for a few days' visit.... Rev Mr Koolen was at Dakota City Monday and Tuesday, returning to Fonca Tuesday evening. .... Mrs J M King gave a bouse party at her home is Homer from Saturday until Monday. Several young ladies from Fonoa were in attendauoe. Pender Republic : Henrv Gliaaman transacted liuttinesaat Homer Wednes day.... Mrs Harry Founds and chil dren of Homer visited at the W Founds 3iome over the Fourth. . . .Mr and Mrs E W Tarrant aud Ed Rice went to Crystal lsko Sunday to spend a day or so.... Mr and Mrs John F Meyers of Hioux City were among those who cele brated the Fourth in Fender.... Mr and Mrs Mel Niebuhr and Mine Helen Niebuhr were over from Wiuuebago to take iu the celebration and visit with I riunsds and relatives. Winnebago GuiefUiu : EarU Sides of Dakota City was a Wiunebago visi tor on Tuesday ou his vacation..., Helen and Gobi a Queen of Emerson ari visiting at the Louis ArmeJl home. ....Mrs S A BUnehard of Norfolk is here visiting at the home of her father, WE liuckland . . . .Chas Maney waa taken into custody by the Indian po lice on Tuesday uorniug, and luter arrested by Constable Joe Grey hair the charee of giving whisky to Chas French, an iudiun, complaint being filed by T E Breuts, special efllcer, of the U H Indian service. He was brought before Justice MF Eveland, waived bid preliminary hearing, and was bound over to the district court, uuder bond of f 1.000 fiioux City Journal, 13: Miss Nellie Johnnon. of Crystal lake was taken to tun Samaritan hospital yesterday..,. Cliosriixr desperately to the side of an overturned sailboat at Crystal lake and battling bravely for life until Lelp ar rived. William Fontein, a piano tuner, who makes his headquarters at the hopper last Thursday. Art Nordyke is on a deal with lom Long whereby he will dispose of Uis herd of full b'ooded Dnroo Jersey hogs. Alice Eeacoin came home from the city Tuesday. Thore was a surprise party held at Wm Reningor's Tuesday night, about fifty friends of the famUy being in at tencanee. Refreshments were served and a fine timo whs had. Fat Joues, Mr Smith, and Anna Simonsou were city passengers lues-day. Chris McGee wjs in the city Satur day. He is the new man at the Cobleigh home. Station Agent Whittaker returned Tuesday and is looking after his duties as usual. Air aud Mrs Pedorson. who visited a few days at the L Moggeusou home, returned to their home at Sioux City the first of the week. The little 6-year-old daughter of the late Mrs Anna Mullins, has been quite sick the past week. B B Gribble and Tom Heffernan went on a laud seeking tiip Monday, Grandma Thornton came home Wednesday after u few days visit at Emerson with her daughter, Mrs W Evans. The postponed picuio was celebrated at the Louis Pederson home Sunday afternoon and evcLiug Curl Frederiokson is planning a trip to Europe, intending to start about the 15th of August, lie will vixit Eng land, Germanv and Denmark, and will come heme by way or i' ranee, lie ex pects to bo gone about six weeks. Pearl Persinger aud family returned the latter part of the week from their viiit in Coleridge. Borne of the disappointed ones who went to Sioux City Saturday to see the oirons, were: John Iltirty aud three children, Joneph C!hriteusen, II Reuze and sou Herman, Mr Deroiu and son. Miss Knox, BJ L'obleiRu, wife' and children, Wm lleeney, L E Priest and family, John Johnson and chil dren, Dave Deioii), G H Ogburu, Station Agent Whittaker, Gladys Tuompson. Gertie Fair and the Grib ble children, Mack Leedom, Pete Au dreson and family, the Misses Bartels, Mr Shehan and family. Miss Utilize is slowly convalesuing, after a weeks illness. Annie Anderion returned Monday from an extended visit iu Sioux City. Jaa Barry of Jackson, was a business caller here Monday . Mrs B J Cobleigh and children spent Friday and Saturday of last week with friends iu Dakota City. Mrs Timothy Howard and aon were business visitors at the county seat Tuesday. You will neod a biudVr whip one of thise long 15-foot ones like Schu macher & Leedom sells. There are no flies on their fly nets either. Get a pair for your team before they are all gone. The infant ohild of John green and wife has been quite sick the past week, but is getting along nicely now. Mary Green spent last Thursday at the Timlin home. Mrs Tom Long returned Sunday evening from a weeks' stay in South Sioux City at the home of her sister, Mra Tobia. ball game of the season and CDjoy the cool shade of Ream's park. Game called at 2-80; your nncle wants to be empire, which means a straight hon est game. Strikes, balls and outs all wool and a yard wide. No goods taken back, or any Bast to his nibs, the umpire. Mrs II A Monroe was a guest at the Mart Mansfield home in Winnebago between trains Saturday. Mrs Gertie Bhepardson went to Sioux City Friday and was marooned on account of the flood, so did not return till Sunday, Everybody picks berries at the Lerke farm these days when it is not raiuing. The Pnrcell dog and pony show in this place Monday evening played to a full house, perhaps D00. The trick ponies and trained dogs were good The slack wire walking and juggling wero as good as we have seen for some time. ColForeshoe and wife drove up to Homer Monday evening. Will Brown departed Wednesday of last week for his rauche in South Da kota. Eva Kinnear writes that she arrived safely atKadoka, H D, where she had filed on a homestead and will begin holding it down as soon as her bouse is done. Frank Buckwalter waa a Homer vis itor this week. Doreaa will meet July 22. A full attendance is requested, Walt Smith went to Crystal lak Saturday night on a fishing expedition returning Sunday with the usual luck Rev Wm Shambangh and family of Sioux City, spent a few days here the paxt week. The Moroons won a one-sided ball game Sunday from Jackson, the score being 16 to 8. Mrs Chas Jordan went to South Sioux City Sunday to visit friends few days. Our new school house is rapidly as suming shape, and the finishing touch es will soon bo put on . It is goin to be one of the finest school buildings iu the county when completed- Sheriff Jeff Rockwell was a Homer visitor Wednesday. Mrs Mart Mansfiold of Winnebago started for Canada Monday to vihit her sister and other relatives. Nels Smith, John Williams, T D Curtis and several others wero culled to Tekamah this state, Tuesday as witnesses in the Herb White case The Misses Goldie and Helen Queen are guests this week of their sinter, Mrs John McKinley . Mrs Jirnuiie Nelson was a guest at the II A Monroe home between trains Sunday. Mrs Art Bliven of Sooth Sioux City vihited the home folks this week. boiler broke letting the tender down Inch put them out of hnsine for fo'ir ours until the arrival of another pn ine from Sioux City. A more serious reck might have occurred only the rain was slowing up for the depot. SALEM Helen Bobier, of Walkei's Island. visited last week at the Carl Suudt tome. Mrs Olive nodgina and two dangh- ers arrived here Saturday from their home at Minot, N D, for a visit at the parental home, John C Grades. Mrs Chas Blessing snd mother, Mrs Wm Barnet, returned Tuesday from a visit at Rushvi'le, Nebr. Mrs Nina McKee, of Sioux City, visited at the E U Cornell home this week. She goes to Armour, S D, the coming week. The pupils of Miss Ada Hart gave a musical program Wednesday afternoon at the L II Armbright home. Dainty refreshments were served and a very pleasant time was spent. Mrs Glen Armour and children vis ited at the Mollie Broyhill home in Dakota City Thursday. FIDDLER CREEK L E Priest and wife were Sioux City passengers last Saturday to see the circus, hut salt didnt come tuey re turned home disappointed. Helen Rockwell returned home from Newcastle, Nebr, where she spent the Fourth and visited friends for a week N F Hansen, of Sioux City, is stay iiiK at the Chas L Dodge home this week and is showing the Fiddler creek boys how to cultivate corn. J N Miller was a Sioux City passen ger last Monday. Mabel Sorenson Anjoyed a visit from her cousin, Esther Jensen, Monday and Tuesday of last week . Anna Sirnonron returned to the J N Miller home w here she is staying, after a two weeks' vieit with friends aud rel atives io Like View, Iowa. R R Time Table C, St. P., M A O. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol lowing time: iORTH BOUND. BOOTH HOT; NO. 5:5.rpm Omaha 7:f8 am 10:03 am Omaha 5.13 pm 3 :38 pm Norfolk 8 am 9:28 am Norfolk 5:13 pm 7:33 am.. ....Newcastle 10:18 am 2:05 pm '" ...,i..5:C5 pm BCNDAT IAIH8. 12:13pm Omaha 2:30 am 3:38 Norfolk 8:23 am 9:28 Norfolk 5:13 t w The Ii. & B. Ball Bearing Scwinc Maclnng ana tne une Minute Washer win praise everywhere, by giving universal satisfaction Light Running Long Lasting. Let us show them to you Edwards& Bradford Lbr. Co C B A Q WEST No. 85 Local Freight" 7:15 am 11 " Passenger, Omaha and Lincoln 1 2 :47 pm EAST No 86 Local Freight 2:25 pm 10 Local rassonger..6:7 pm daily. daily except Sunday, HOMER. Elsie Wilkius departed Saturday for a visit at the home of her brother Ed, in Rock county. Mra B MoKinley waa a guest at the Frank Combs home several days lust week. Jennie Comba accompanied her home for a few daya visit. Miss Lena .Wilkius, deputy clerk of the district, court was down from the "hub" Saturday and Suuday. Mrs Henry Loomis, who has beeu on the sick list most of the time since tl.e, Fourth, is better. Gariett Mason was a Sioux City vis itor Tuesday and Wednesday. The Misses Loruiue Murphy, Mar garet Ashford and Kathleen O'Con nor were passengers iu from the city Saturday. Mra John Ream and daughter were Homer visitors Saturday. M.iDL Allen and daughter, Beu luh, of Sioux City came over Monday and are guests at the II A Monroe home, O'Chander baa built au addition to his bouse and new sided it all over. A new roof waa put on the Lutheran church this week. Bubo ball game Sunday, Julv 18, 1909, Homer Maroons vs the Hoffman Home of Sioux City. This will he a game for blood from start to finish. The Hoffman's are the crack amateur team in Sioux City, and the Maroons. of course, are the finest iu Northeast JACKSON. MMBovlois visiting relatives at Waterbury. Maynard Carroll who spent the last year in California arrived borne last week for a visit with the home folks. Airs Mat McMnllen and children of Waterbury visited friends here Friday and Saturday, enroute to Sioux City Hans linudsen and familv were pin sengers to the city Saturday inteuding to take in the circus, Editha Kearney has gone to Omaha to visit a few Treeks L P Erlach delivered 1500 bushels of corn to the elevator Monday Born, to Mr and Mrs 1' II Conley of Chicago, III, Jnly 11 '09, a son Mrs Conley was formerly Emma O'Neill of this place. Genevieve Brady departed Thursday evening for an extended visit with rel ativos and friends at Laurel, O'Neill aud Creighton, Nebr. Mona and Phyllis Nordyke of Sioux City are visiting their grandparents B F Sawyer and wife, during the ab senoe of their parenta who left Mon day tor Seattle and other points, Nellie Teller returned Tuesday even ing from a several weeks' visit in the home of her grandmother, Mri J Merrill, at McCook, S D. Margaret Waters attended a dancin party at the home of her coasiu, Isabel Waters in Sioux City Monday even tug Gertrude Kearney ia enjoying a visit this week from tier cousin Rose Mo Keever of Ilawarden, Iowa, and Elea ner Murphy, of Homer Several par tiea have been given in their honor while here. James Keefe is learning fanning these daya at Albert Carpenter's near Vista Misses Pearl Ryan, Mary and Bonny Barry, visited frienda in Sioux City from baturday until Monday evening Laura Jones is visiting her sister, Mra J L Dessert, at Tekamah, Nebr. Jamea Bracken who was very sick the past woek, is now much improved Mr and Mr John Brady enjoyed over Sunday viiit from their daughter. Mrs Chas A Barrett, of Sioux City, Mra D J McDonald and baby Sioux City artived here Wednesday evening for a visit in the John Rya home. ReT Fr Moriarty of Benson, Nebr, waa visiting here Tuesday. Mr and Mrs George Teller returned Saturday from a week's visit in South Dakota. Mr Teller is looking up laud . Rose Daley of O'Neill arrived here Tuesday for a few days visit with Helen O'Neill. Thos Murphy, of Homer, spent Mon day and Tuesday with frieuds here. He expects to go to his claim ueur Dal las, S D, soou. M rs John Sullivan of Sioui City is visiting at the John Carpenter honiu. Mrs Belle Schollard moved into the D J McDonald hoiwo east of town Friday. Rev Fathers McCarthy of Vist , and Moore, of l'ouca, were guests' of Uuv MeCarty Monday eveniug, Frauk Davy of Sioux City is iu town this week having a car of his corn loadi-.d here which he is having ship ped to the Brewiug company, at South bioux Uity, Nobr. Wti2n train No 33 was going west a- i . mommy eveuing aim wiinin null a Mrs Skraa City. Crystal Lake LEAVE 3ABOTA0I1I 7 9 11 1 3 5 7 15am 30am 15am 15pm 15pm 30pm 15pm A Homer LEAVE 8IOCXCITY 6 35am 8 30am 10 30am 72 am 2 15pm 4 30pm 6 15pm Saturday and Sunday nights 11 only SOUTH SIOUX CITY rom the Record- Born, July "th, to Mr. and amen Tobln, a boy. Mrs. D. O. Evans left WedneHday for visit with relatives at Sioux Falls D. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnson returned iRt week from their trip to New York tate. Oscar Stamm und M Mathwlg are ronntruetlntr a 20-foot Kiisoline launeh n the Stamm shop. Mrs. H. C. Phillips was here from Marshland. Neb., vlHitlnir at the home of her daUKhter, Mrs. J. N. Mullins. James Sheets and family this wee moved to a home at Dornian's crossing, Sioux City. Mr. Sheets purchased the place. Work on the Beermnn cottages Is progressing nicely. One Is up and al most completed and the second Is un der way. Mrs. Rudolph Bauingartner suffered from a bursted blood vessel In one of her limbs last Saturday. She Jiad medical attendance and Is now doing fine. The street department has been as busy as the weather would permit the iast week. The streets were mowed arid weeds along the sidewalks in parts of the town were cut. H. S. Neighbors and family are now at Elk, Wash. On their way out they stopped at Hnise to visit old time South Sioux City people, the family of Caleb Antrim und Moses Ashenfelter. Miss Elizabeth Bnals and her sister. Mrs. h,an Keeo. leit Wednesday on their trip to the west. They will be gone a year ami expect to visit all points lip and down the Taeifle coast taking in the fair at Seattle and vls- Itlnu relatives. Nate Miller, who recently came here from Essex, la., where he edited the Independent, has purchased the prop erty of T. A. Berry, now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Berry as their home. Mr. Miller was at Essex over Sunday. Mrs. Miller and the household furniture are expected to arrive here the earlv part of next week. Mr. end Mrs. Berry will move to the other house owned by them next door to their present home Just where Mr. and Mrs. Charles West- eott will move is not known to The Kecord. The following account was sent The Record from a South Haven, Mich. newspuuur. of the marriage of Clinton Manning to Miss Ada McKinney, of that place: "At noon today (June 24) at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Martha McKinney, In Bangor, oe curred the marriage of Miss Ada Me Kinney .of that village, and Mr. Clin ton Manning, of South Sioux City, Neb The marriage was performed by Elder Branch and was witnessed by the near relatives of the bride. Mr. and Mrs Manning left on the afternoon train for Benton Harbor and from there will go to Chicago by boat. After spend Ing a few clays there they will go direct to his home in Nebraska. ' Mrs. Man nlng Is well known here as Mrs. Or lando Davis, having visited here fre quently with her former husband. She will have the best wishes of her friends here." Subscription Bargains "Che Hcrcvld and New Idea Magtiziae $1 30 Sionx Citv Dailv and Sunday Journal 5 00 without Suuday 4 20 to rural route patrons 3 50 Lincoln Daily News to April 1, 1 20 Knnso City v eckly Star. . . . 1 lf loTia Homestead. 1 '1" INN EF?S Hubbard Nebraska PAUL PIZEY, Dakota Citv. Nis. I 1 .ntAVPKQ Bonded : Abstracter ALFRED PIZEY, 603 Metropolitan Blk. Sioux City. Iowa - w have just received a z We (Deur ILosicl of IBcc Sleepers' SV-PFILfHIBS A fuct which miT interest onr Bee Keeping: friends. X Don't forget that we arc still in the Harness Business. I Stisrges . 411 Pactrl Street rOSs Sioxsm City, lowtv First publication July 3w Order of Hearing on Petition for Ap pointment of Administrator. In the county court of luikota county Nebraska. Htate of Nebraska, Dakota county : ss. To Joseph l'atrlck Mullins, Alliert Will iam Mullins, Mliry Kliieline Mullins, Muni-Ire (.lllxTt Mullins. Herimnl .'.'ornelius MulliiiH. and to all persons Interested in the estate of Annie Mullins, clet-eiised; On reiullnu the petition of Kllen Thorn ton nnil Mary Sullivan praying that the administration of suld estate be (tranted to W. II. Kyim ns administrator. It Is hereby ordered tlmt you, and nil per sons Interested In Mild mutter, limy, and do, appear nt the eounty court to Ik' held In nnil or siihi county, on tue 21111 uity 01 July 1). 1!, lit 10o eliK-k a. m., to show pause If nny there Ik-, why the prayer of the pe tinner should not lie grim ted, and thntnotlee f the pendency of snld petition and that the hearing thereof lx- ul veil to nil persons nterested In snld matter by puhilshlmt a opy of thla Order In the luikota County Herald, a weekly newspaper printed In snld eounty, for three sueeesslve weeks prior to suld uuy 01 nearing. Witness my hand, and senl of tmld court this 1UI1 day of July, A, 1). l!"'t. I). V. riTINHOS, seal County Judge. - First publication July IS 8w NOTICE FOB. TAX DEED. To rrnnklln .M. rotter. In whose mime title to the real estate descrilied lielow up pears of record In the otllce of the. county elei Kot liitKotit county, Nehritskn: ou are hereby notll ed that out he 4th day of Novemlier, lmrT, the undersigned Martin Ncllan. purchased from the treasiir er of I akota county, Nebraska, at a public sine 01 lands and lots tor luxes, the follow Ing descrilied real estate, to-wit : I.o's tel (1(0, eleven (11), and twelve (12), Iu blot k one hundred and eight (HW). of Covington, an addition or annex to the village of South Sioux City, In Imkutu county and state of eis asKa inatsaiii real estate was not as sessed in the name of any perso : that It was taxed for the year IHotl: that after the expiration of three months from the dateof the service of this notice, application will be made for a tax deed to said leal estate. Dated July 14, l;'ii. Maktin Nkij.an, Purchaser. First Publication July M Iw Order of Hearing and Notice on Petition for Settlement of Account. In the county court of Dakota county, Ne braska. Sate of Nebraska, Dakota County ss. Io llaiiora Howard, and John J. Howard. and all persons Interested In the estate of iimoiny Howard, deceased: tin reading the petition of Hanora How ard praying a llmtl settlement und allow ance of her account Hied In tills court on the l:illi day of July, 1 ',', and for her dis charge as administratrix. It Is hereby ordered that you, nnd all persons Interested In said matter, may, and do, appear at the county court to be held In aim ior said county, on the Ttli day of Aug ust. A. D. luot, at Id o'clock a. 111.. to show cause, If any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not lie granted, and that notice of the pendency of said petition and that the hearing thereof be given to all persons Interested In said nuttier by pul- llshlng a copy of this order In the Dakota County Herald, a weekly newspaper priut- sum county, ior lour successive weeks prior 10 sum uuy 01 Hearing. IJ. P. Ktinson. skalJ County Judge. This is "IT" Nebrtska. Everybody coma to the 1 1 lock of the depot the spring iu tue The rocket Savings Bank given away by the JJank of Dakota County See adv. for particulars. Do you want to sell, or exchange your busiucss? The Omaha lite will run un sdvertisemeut for you at one uent a word per day. There will be many out of their 40,000 readers who will answer your advertisement, Write todsy. . Subscribe for the Tier aid, ouly $1. Conductors, motomien aud trainmen wntited for ttunk lines and eity Mrcet railways iu every large city of the Unit.-ti States nt wages of from $00 to $'200 a mouth. For free information wiite t' the OhVwls O ilioe til:j Sharp Hldg, Kansas City, Mo. The NewB. Herald for News when it is The Kozy Studio is making special low prices during the spring months. Cabinets 11.50 up; also '21 small 1'hc tos 25c, 12 postals U0o. Wo lead in low priocB. All work guaranteed. Kozv Studio, 304 Douglas street, Sioux City, Io. 3rV CO YEARS' 1 p wMj"WTvji,wira 1 'IHsl lr- -S.V ' . i u TaiKc III ni e i 2 vaH Designs rrrf f 1 -Copyright Ac, Anronft r.Mvg a sketch nnd deicrintinn my quick If imrertfiiii onr opinion fro whHi hnr Mil .nvtnliin is prU'Rblr palfnLihlo. Cominuntra. ttoiis Htnctlr rontMeiitlHl. HANDBOOK onlMut un. 1 me. I'Mott nvnitcy for sucui ing pntetui. I'ntentt taken tnrotiiih Muuu it Co, receive !fruil HotUet without cbnruo, iu the Scientific Jlmcricati. A hunrlsomplT lllnntrntMl wpcklr. 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I7Ut St. NEW VOl -VIA THE Round Trip Rat. 30 30 30 30 From Dakota City TO: Seattle $53 Portland 53 Tacoma 53 Vancouver 53 Los Angeles 71.75 San Francisco 71.75 Tickets are on sale daily until September 30. Return limit October 31. Stopovers permitted enroute. Details on application to local agent. The nlvo rules to Portlnnd and PiiKct Sound Points npply for tic-kots irolnx via St. I'aul nnd Mlniu'iipolls. KeturnliiR from r)i t,liiiiii turouKti Suit I.uku City, Scenic Colorado und ltnvt'i - Kates to California npply for tickets koIiih via Sent tie nnd Portland. Returning from California, via any direct route, For complete Information as to routes, train service, etc., call on G. H. PRANGER, Agent, DAKOTA CITY, NEB. T. C. R. Chapman Traveling 1'nsa'r Ant., St. Paul, Minn. W. TEASDALE Gen. Pass'r Am., St. Paul, Minn. Flew ILa,ffdl (Dlkascs Register at Kalispell, Mont., Register at Coeur d'Alene, Fliithead Indian K enervation: on the Great Northern Railway. Coeur d'Alcno Reservation: 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 wnpmtinn tr nK. tain good government lands. Call on nearest ticket 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 Hen Basin: A splendid choice of the government irri gated lands is left to homesteaders in this growing fast country. 320-Acre Voildel Lands: Thousands of acres of these larger sized tracts are now available for free homesteading in eastern Wyoming and are going fast. D. Clem Deaver, General Agent. Lund Seekers Information Bureau. 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