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Official Paper of the County JOSR H. ICAM, PVDLIRCZB. Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newnpaper published at Dakota City. Isebraska. Permission ha been granted for the transmission of thin paper through the mm it m aecond-clas matter. Telephone No. 43. Clyde T Ecker, a former newspaper nan of Dixon county, broKe into pon tics laat week by running for coroner in Wavne oountr on the democratic 0 m ticket. jMOWMWOMMaHi a ItoniK r4 I nfaraet from our Exchanges jj Warne Democrat: Attorney FreJ Berry is a visitor from Emerson today. Sergeant Bin ff items in Bloan, Io, Star: Mr and Mrs Martin Ilawk and little daughter, of Qoodwio, Neb, spent a few days last week with rela tires and friends here. Hartington News: ZM Baird left Monday for Bock Rapids, Iowa, to aell some thoroughbred stock.... Ber Ostergren and Ber Yon Hagen at tended the special meetings at Sionx City this week, being held there by Ber Biederwolf, the noted evangelist, Ponoa Leader: Etta Bauer of South Sioux City was home over Sunday. Mr and Mrs James (Jock were passen gers to Dakota City Friday for a visit in Dakota oounty . . . .Burt Kroeneo, of South Sioux City, editor of the Dakota County Bticord was in Ponca this week printing the election ballots with editor Jones of the Journal. lie made this office pleasant call while in our city. Winnebago Chieftain: Mrs Lester Miller of Homer is visiting relative near Winnebago this week....T J O'Connor, of Homer, was a business caller in Winnebago on Wednesday. .... Henry Niebuhr was a southbound passenger on Saturday, returning to Wednesday evening.... Mrs ' Harry Chamberlain came home Wednesday, after a short visit at the home of her parents in Dakota City... ,E J Smith and F B Bnokwalter have moved their office across the street into the build ing formerly occupied by the Ben Low ry restaurant. Emerson Enterprise: Louia Jopp and Asmus Thompson were in Sioux City Wrdnesday. Mr Jopp has been in poor health for sometime and will consulta specialist ... .Kov E V Nus baam left Tuesday for Lincoln where he expects to take two studies in tho University and go out Suudays and preach in a near by town, liev Nus bantn has done much tor the Lutheran church here. . . .Clias Stolze passed away at the St Joseph's hospital in Sioux City Thursday morning after an illness of about two months. About a month ago he was operated on for appendioitis and it whs then learned that he was also suffering from cancer of the bowels which is almost incura ble. He went through the fi rut opera tion and was getting along quite well bat the second operation was necessary before he had gained snmeieut strength. The funeral will be held Saturday at 1 o'clock from the Luther an church. Decatur Herald : With the depart ure of Mr J W Olbrey and family from our midst last week Decatur loses one of the enterprising spirits of the town and an estimable family. Mr Olbrey was one of those rentless dif positions, always doing something. He enjoyed the last few years of their residonce here in getting things filed just about right. He was comfortably situated with their homo and opera house prop erty and was in fair shape to make some good money on the property when the fire came and upset everything. With his business rulued ho was forced to look for something else and chose Bavinia, a new town, in South Dakota. He attended the lot sale on Monday afternoon and on WTeduesday morning he had five loads of lumber on the groand for a residence and restaurant, lie was the first man ou the grouud with a building of any kind. They will conduct a general merchandise and restaurant business. Miss Julia Dimmick accompanied Mr and Mrs Olbrey and will assist in the diuiDg room. Their many D.'cutur friends will wish them God speed and many years of pleasantness in their new home. ' Sioux City Journal, 31: A pretty wedding occurred on Wednesday even at 8 o'clock at South Sioux City when Miss Harriet Knowltou and Mr Harry Edwards, of this city, were married in the presence of a number of friends and relatives. The neremony was per formed at the home of the bride's par ents, Mr and Mrs W W Knowltou, by Bev Balph P Smith, of St Thomas Episoopal church. The home was made attractive with autumn leaves and the weddijg colors, green and white, appeared in ribbons and floral decorations; a bower oi term was ar ranged in to the parlor. The wedding party were umbered in to the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march, played by MisaLucile Edwards, Miss Knowl tou. daintily attired in a soft white creation, was attended by Miss Pearl Stioson and Miss Bosina Waters, d rested inr white wool gowns and car rying pick roses. Mr Frank Lerch and Mr Fay? Cubb acted aa grooms men. At a reception held from $: HO to 1080 Mrs L C Jeep acted as parlor hostess and ushered the guests into the diniug room, where Miss Alice Ed wards and Mrs Tom Edward were in charge. After a trip to Dcuver and other western point Mr aud Mih Ed ward will be at home at Mitchell, H D. Mr and Mrs Mert Kuowltou, of Uurou, B D, Mrs S L Bpiuk, of Hud son S D, Mrs M B Cli'no, of lloohcstur, NY:, Mr aud Mrs E A .Edwardu, of Yankton, S D, aud Jaaies.Ji. Noouun, of Cherokee, and "several from l'ouca, Jackson aud Homer, NeU, attended tho wedding. The - gruorai in a, traveling talcum au for the Kuapp & Spencer Hardware company. He formerly 'irus captain of Company L. Elect All But Two On County Ticket The result of the election held on Tuesday in Dakota county was no surprise to those who had given the campaign any serious attention. Thousands of dollars were used in trying to defeat the entire republican ticket, and especially those officers at the head of the ticket, and in this they succeeded in electing I). G. Evans over W. J. Manning by a majority of 13, and D. C. Hef- fernan over D. C. Stinson by a majority of 32. Both the newly elected officers will do exceedingly well if they make a record as clear and satisfactory as their predecessors have. Wilfred E. Voss turned the tables on his opponent of two years atro, Miss Mary V. Quinn, and was elected by a majority of 57 votes. At the time of going to press the result on the state ticket is in some doubt, but with chances favoring the republicans. The total vote of the county was 1401, which was about 200 less than was anticipated. The vote by precincts was as follows Covington, 2U7: Omadi, 250; Dakota, 214; Hubbard, 171: St John's, 143; Summit, 120; Emerson, 123; Pigeon Creek, 71. Abstract of Vote-1909 election 5-1 5 f & I 2. 2- s f:q- . 3 : : " ....... Supreme Judge J B Dean, d, p i B F Good, d, p i J J Sullivan, d, p i , John ii Barnes, r Jacob Fawcett, r Samuel II Sedgwick, r Begents of the University Charles T Knapp, d Charles S Allen, I W Q Whitmore, r D 3 Cole, p i Frank E Linch, p John H Yon Steen, p .... r ... . Albert T Hunt Wm Wemmer, s Begents fto fill vacancy) Harvey E Nowbrauoh, d, p i..., Frank L Ilnller, r ALA Hchiormeycr, s , County Clork John C Hogiin, d W U itoss, r Treasurer D (J Evans, d W J Manning, r J F Loedom, s Sheriff WmOdell, d J P Bock well, r... Judge D C Uefferuan, d D C Htiiittoii, r Clerk District Court (1 II Prungur, d , . George Wilkius, r County Superintendent Maiy V Ojiiiun, d Wilfred E Voss, r Surveyor Joe M Leedom, r Coroner B F Sawyer, r Commissioner, 3rd Dist. J II Uondorson, r Commissioner, 2nd Dist, Thomas Long, r 25 'Jl 51 82 86 108 79 41 503 25 8'J 47 82 8C 110 7C 42 557 25 91 47 82 84 112 81 44 566 38 14 57 F,2 31 149 144 140 C25 37 13 50 52 28 157 143 144 C31 C8 36 13 56 52 30 1C8 138 145 628 25 83 41 71 82 92 71 34 499 38 17 &) CI 30 107 150 147 682 233 35 15 00 C8 20 102 144 146 057 5 1073 68 7 43 2 2 3 1 1 7 8 7 31 3241 1687 32 111 0 8 12 1 1 1 2 6 3 14 29 94 48 80 86 105 76 39 557 M 13 58 02 29 157 151 148 054 97 12 114 3 12 10 111 38 112 108 123 99 43 676 29 11 82 5T 25 101 147 100 082 6 25 85 45 ' 91 95 125 137 71 674 13 li 2(5 75 08 35 101 115 137 061 2 1 5 2 2 3 15 25 60 33 08 72 90 130 42 532 45 58 87 G4 190 123 1G7 832 300 , 30 109 58 107 114 102 94 72 092 32 . 34 11 01 DO 24 185 150 139 000 . 28 89 40 87 86 101 71 71 573 .40 18 77 77 42 170 173 137 740 107 ay of holy obligation, was observed in the Catholic church here, manses were celebrated at 7 and 8 am. Tuesday was all souls day, though not a day of olv obligation, Masses were celebrated t the same hours, the laat one being a high mass. C B Leis of Dcsmet, S D, visited is brothers John and S P, here this week he accompanied his brother John oine from M ardor k, Nebr, where they Mended the goldca wedding annivers- ry of their pareuts, Mr and Mrs C Leis. Henry Morris is having his house plastered this week. Lee Kearney and wife spent over Snnday in Sioux City in the home of Mr Kearney s sister Mrs U J Bingen- heimcr. Mrs Timothy Murphy, of Homer, and Mrs O H Duggan, of Sioux City, attended a reauieum mass which was celebrated last Saturday iu the Catho io church here for the soul of their mother, the late Mrs P O'Neill. They remained until Monday the guests of their brother, H W O'Neill. Mrs John Byan and little daughters, Mildred, and Butb, returned Tuesday from a visit with relatives at Laurel, Nebr. Joe Bard went up to Waterbury Wednesday to see his brother, Hal Boyle, who had one of the bones of his leg fractured by being thrown from a horse. The marriage of Fanny League to Fred Culp, took place at the home of the bride's parents Wednesday evening Oct 27th, J B Smith justice of the peace performed the ceremony. Ihe will make their home for the present at the home of the bride a parents. TRYING TO RAISE A Are 4 A HEW CAMPAIGN ISSUE You Going Based Upon Alleged Issuance o! Federal Licenses. to buy a new heater this fall? If think it over and you will decide what you want first, in the so, takotime to that quality, is It is the first consideration Garland, Prize Oak and Illinoy llcatcrs We can supply your wants LAW ON THE SUBJECT QUOTED Edwards& Bradford Lbr. Co. The Government Has Not Issued cense to Sell Liquor Since 1866. Denounced Without Cause. County Option Defined. I Hubbard Nebraska 8-1 31 ion 13 J19 83 105 05 103 33 133 151 OS 178 03 117 050 707 57 17 29 87 1)0 15 171 172 100 820 820 12 30 U 85 52 173 158 158 782 782 43 23 !)5 75 10 107 150 158 700 700 42 24 68 05 41 172 138 154 734 734 CORRESPONDENCE S HUBBARD. John Fredoriokson is doing the corn husking stunt for Boy Wilsey. Husking mittens at Carl Anderson's, of course. II Nelson informs ns that he shipped his lout car of bogs Saturday. Mrs Hogan and daughtor, Mary, were Sioux City Bhoppers Wednotday. Mrs M (ireon vinitod at the Georgo Timlin home from Thursday until Sunday. Mrs John Green was a city visitor Thursday. Mrs Geo Timliu and mother open Friday at the Uogau homo. See our lino of overalls and jackets the bet on earth for the money. Carl Anderson. Andrew Anderson and wife from near Vista celebrated their silver wed ding last Saturday by inviting in a large number of friends. Helen Shull left Suuday for Des Moines, Iowa, , n Nelson returned Thursday from a trip to his farm in Dawes oouuty. H Benze returned last Wednesday from his Omaha visit. Our stock of overshoes is now hero, and we can tit every member of tho the family, big and little. Carl An derson . Another danoo was held last Satur day night at the Oubluigh home, also one at the Chas Bounds home. Corn husking is now on in full blast. II Nelsen and wife, and Delia and Mary Timlin were city shoppers Satur day. Delia Timlin came home last Satur day for a three week's vaoatiou. Millie Anderson came home Satur day from Norfolk for a visit with her folks over Sunday, returning to Nor folk Monday. A big line of winter blankets and comforters to select from, and our prices can't bo beat. Civil Anderson. ' Mrs Lesobcrg was ou tho sick list lubt week. Tho harvest bull given by tho Danish Brotherhood wits largely attended and tho tripping of the light fiirjtustio too luhted uutit the wee small ' hours of morning. The broad hmilo and high stepping wliieh wus done by Fred IbirteU tho 11 rut of lust week wns caused by tho arrival of a new daughter at his homo, flow thut the fbtablishiiieut of a l. TTM - . t armors i.ievuior m tins plocu is a certainty, and all the stock naoessary to start the movement subscribed, a meeting Uus been culled for Saturday, November 13, to talk over plans for establishing the now enterprise. C S Baiubolt of Omaha, who understands the elevator busiuess from a to z, will bo present to givo tho farmers an idea of the linanciul end of tho business. An elevator constructor will also be on hund to give some ideas on the cost of construction, etc. It is urgently requested that all interested in the project bo present at this moetiog. JACKSON. Mrs W m Sundt vit-ited over Snnday in too a rauu ftennelly homo neur Wat eruury. Frank Soollard has moved his liverv stock to ttio William lliloy barn near l Lie depot. Dan Holland attended tLa horso sale iu Sioux City last Friday. Tl 1 'lit 1 a V' ' m w run uoyie. oi iuugsiey, lows, was taken to the hospital in Sioux City wuere ue win undergo an operation for appendioitis. Mr Boyle is a sou in-law of 1 13 Jones of this place. Mr and Mrs Jones were preuuut at tho opera lion. Born To Mr and Mrs D J Connelly uec zj, U'J, a daughter. John Daley shipped a carof potatoes to wynot Saturday ; potatoes being poor crop in Dixon county this year. Ole Schuyler spent over Sunday wuu ineurta at elouu, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Ogburn and children of Hubbard, Nebr, spent over Sunday witn Airs Ogburns father, John l' luler Born to Henry O'Neill und wife Oct 20, "00 a rluo big boy. Dan Kennedy, of Sioux City, audi tor for the Atlas LIuvator was in town Monday. J W Fennell and wife returned Mon day from en over Sunday visit with relatives iu Sinus City. .urs r.a l Kearney and little son Edward, uud daughters, Helen und Uertrinie, departed Saturday fo Berkley, Calif, Mr Kearuey uonuiupa uiod thrni us far as Omllia. Mrs Nellio Zulauf enjoyed u few days visit the llrHt of the week from her old friend, Mrs Trentou, of Deca tur, Nebr. Mrs Fronton wuh euiouto to tho homo of her brother, IU Mor gan, of Brushy Bond. i V LeL) arrivnd homo Moml.iv evening from a month's visit iu Seattle und other webtvrn poiuU und reports a 11 uo trip. Mouduy being All SuiuU day uud a HOMER. Alfred Harris and wife drove to Sioux City Thursday of last week Mrs T D Curtis accompanied them. Mrs Smitl . v. ho was a guest at the tho Dr Burke home while in Omaha, leports the family well and nicely sit uated. Mrs Irvin Rockwell and three chil dren were guests of Mrs Bockwell's parents, John Chad and wife Sunday and Monday, Tim O'Connor brought 220 head of feeders home Sunday, Graoe Wilkins returned from the hospital Monday, where she was oper ated on for appendicitis. Bessie Church went to Emerson Saturday. Edith Church oame down from Em erson Saturday to attend the Hallow e'en supper. Two friends accompanied her. Mr Douthy, the furnace man of Nor folk, was in Homer fixing the furnace at the school house Wednesday. Buth Frances of South Sioux City, gave a very enjoyable readiug at the Hallowe'en supper, and we heartily teder her a vote of thanks. Fred Berger and wife, of Phillips- burg, Kansas, arrived Tuesday to visit relatives and friends. S F Barnes has sold his place to Chas Bristol, possession to be given in March. Mr Barnes contemplates building on his property at Keystone, Omaha. Wm Armour, of Sioux City and Lee Garner, his brother-in-law, were guests at the David Waterman home Satur day aud attended the Hallowe'en supper. Pearl Hiloman was the gnest of Bessie Hughes and attended the Hal lowe'en supper. Bovs, you should take juck-o-Ianterns uloug when yon, try to "duck" a wire gate. Balph Bancroft was a visitor ut home between trains Sunday. Mrs Eph Bockweell went to Sioux City lust week to visit her daughter, who has been in the hospital for sever ul duys. Gertie and Mattie McKinlny were Sioux City shoppers Thursday of last week. Mrs B McKinley is a visitor at the Frank Combs home this week. Mrs Nelson Smith returned from Omaha Saturday. Nels has postponed his return iudetiuitely. Two uNxault cases were brought be fore Justice Curtis luesday. Juutioo Curtis performed a marriage ceremony Wednesday and we promised not to tell who. Geo Wilkins set 'em up, iu the shape of cigars Wednesday in honor of his election. Omadi is proud of her two county officers. Wilfred Vohs ond Geo Wilkius, and although this is the banner republican precinct of tho couuHy, we gave Wm Odoll a big vote. Chus Scott has raised the roof of his house, adding an upper story, aud we were told would put iu a furnace. The Hallowe'en supper netted the ladies $'J5 not so bad, was it. Married Oct 20, at the home of the bride iu Las Vegas, N M, Hubert Led butter, i f Wiuslow, Arizona, fireman on the S V, to Minn Addie Smith, daughter of II B Smith and wife form erly of Homer, Prohibition newspapers are trying to raise a new issue In every con gresslonal district of Nebraska. Agents of the Anti-Saloon League are at tempting to pledge candidates lor con gress to work for a new law that would' "prohibit the .Issuing of liquor licenses by the government." One candidate for congress has publicly pledged himself to favor such an act. The prohibitionists who are press ing this lBBue may not know that con gress enacted Just such a law In 1866, section 3243, Revised Statutes, wblcn expressly provides that the payment of the revenue tax by Uquor dealers "shall not be held to exempt any per son from any penalty or punishment provided by the laws of any state for carrying on the liquor traffic within such state." It Is interesting to examine closely Into the essential character oi a rev enue tax receipt, Issued by collectors of Internal revenue to persons who intend to sell Intoxicants. These tax receipts are not licenses to sell liquor, Upon every such receipt Issued by the commissioner of internal revenue is printed the following note: "Special tax stamps are merely receipts for the tax and' carry no privileges ex ccpt Immunity from prosecution for non-payment thereof." This ruling Is based upon the statutes. The treasury department publishes and distributes among Its offlclals In the internal revenue bureau official regulations governing the conduct of the business. One of the rules Is based upon the statute above cited', and reads as follows: "The payment of any tax Imposed by the Internal revenue laws for car rying on any trade or business shall not be held to exempt any person from any penalty or punishment provided by the laws of any state Tor carrying on the same within such state, or In any manner to authorize the com mencement or continuance of such trade or business contrary to the laws of such slate or in places prohibited by municipal law; nor shall the pay ment of any such tax be held to pro hibit any state from placing a duty or tax on the same trade or business, for state or other purpose's." Anybody can verify the above state ments by referring to the federal stat utes and to the printed regulations of the commissioner of internal reve nue. The possession of a government tax receipt. Issued to liquor sellers does not give tho holder a right to trans gress ptate statutes; tt Is Issued Irre spective of local regulations affect Ing the liquor traffic. Tho Nebraska constitution provides that licenses may he Issued for the sale of liquor, but such license does not fix tho selkr's status with the federal gov ernment which requires a 'ax to be paid by every liquor seller. When a man pays the legal license fee Im posed by city or county he might through ignorance proceed to sell In toxicants without paying the govern ment tax and taking a receipt, but tie would soon come to grief. lie must get right with the federal government The agitation by prohibitionists on the subject proceeds from the er roneous impression that the stamp re ceipt issued by the government is a permit to sell liquor issued in d.isre gurd of the wishes of residents of towns having no open saloons. It is no such thing; it simply affords pro tection against prosecution by the government of a lienor seller. The misinformed prohiblt.ionist Is led to believe that if the government would stop selling tax receipts in so called dry territory it would put It in the at tltude of favoring local no-license reg illations and therefore conduce to ab souue pronioiMon. uiey cannot or will not see that If the govern ment would stop issuing tax receipts in al loped dry territory bootleggers would multiply tenfold, not fearing prosecti tion by federal authorities as they 'lo now. This being the case, the agita tlon is clearly ,in the Interest of clan destine sales. The Imposition of the federal tax upon liquor sellers pro motes the interests of law and order. Patronize Home Industry buy your meats of Wrxv LrOREKfZ, Proprietor of City Meat Dflsurket Agent Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand Cash paid for Hides and Pelts for Seymour's White Laundry. Basket Tuesdays and comes back Saturdays goes on g DAKOTA CITY NEBRASKA 1 PAUL PIZEY, Dakota City. Nib. Bonded : Abstracter Lawyers ALFRED PIZEY, 608 Metropolitan B!k. Sioux City. Iowa EARLY WINTER EXCURSION RATES To Chicago: The National Farm Land Congress and Unit ed States Land and Irrigation Exposition, also the Great Inter national Live Stock Exposition, the most wonderful exhibition of farm products ever held in this country. Students of modern farming methods and of improved grades of live stock should attend ; rates open to the public. Tickets sold November 15th, 19th, 2Sth, 29th, 30th. Dec. Gth and 7th, final limit December 13th. To Omaha: "National Corn Exposition, December Gth to ISth. A new expesition in character and scope. The future ben efits of this exposition means increased wealth to every farm. Winter lounst Rates: Daily from November 1st, to South ern and Cuban resorts. See the new South and enjoy its winter climate, the hospitality of its people and the luxury of its hotels. lo the l'acilic Coast: The usual winter tourist rates to California with return via Puget Sound. Homeseckers Excursions: First and Third Tuesdays to the south and west during November and December. W. E. Snethen. Ticket Agt, Dakota City Neb L. "W. Wakklet, Q P A, Omaha, Neb t Winter Bays - i2 i NACORA. O Simraous was a passenger to Em erson Monday. Tom Wyunt resigned his position hero with the IIoluniuiHt Grain Co, and went to Dixon, Nebr, wheio'b will run a blacksmith shop. Mis U It Larson spent a few days the latter part of last week with friends at Laurel, Nebr. Misses Mary Ilartuott and Marie Keliiher, of Hubbard, spent Sunday with the Misses lleeney. Mr Fletcher of Bancroft, moved his family here last Mouduy; ho has eh irgLi of the Holmpust Grain Co's buMiuecs hero. Mr and Mis Kick Mimmous and Miss Mary Hubor wore tiijus City visitors lust Friday. Miss Naua Larson returned home Friday evening ufttra weeks visit with fricuds ut Wukttield. Mr 11 11 L'irsuu was culled to Wake field Thursday owing to the death of uisiiViT. Notice to the l'ublic You are hereby notified to tako no note given by James llurty, of Jack sou, aud biguod by John llurty. JoUN ll.UiTV, Will soon be here. Be prepared with a nice warm Lap Itobe. We have a good assortment in various designs of pleasing colors ranging ia price f as follows: $2.80 - $4.20- $5.30, all of J Good Heavy Flush, fast colors, and very durable. Come early and get the best selections. Yo will pell all last year's patterns of Plusk X and Wool Lap Robes at oiie-foartli olf tho prica Starves Bros. f!LpS,?y I Successor to 5 Dakota Connty Abstract Co; Bonded Abstracter g J. J. EIMERs! Abstracts of Title A $10,000 Surety Bond Guarantees the accuracy of every,. Abstract I make Frankly Admits It. Beatrice Sun: Frank Harrison Is leader of tho prohibition bunch In Nebraska. This statement Is not made for the purpose of condemning the prohibition cuuse, but merely to nhow that Mr. Harrison speaks as one hav ing authority. He says that the Uquor question will be fought out In th next campaign upon the county option Issue, and frankly admits that this measure is only a makeshift and a stepping hiuae to a dryer stepping stone. lie believes that nine-tenths of the counties of the Btate would go dry tinder a county option law, and that Jt would then bo easier to bring about state wide prohibition. The fact that county option Is only a means to an end ts quite widely known by this time, but advertisement of, the fact has not usually come from that side of the fenre. Subscription Bargains Vfic Ilcrcvld. and Now Idea Miifruziao $1 00 Sionx City Daily and Sunday Journal 5 00 without Sunday i 20 to rural route patrons........ 3 00 Kansas City Weekly Star, ... 1 15 Ion a lionieetead............ 1 40 HE Youths Companion solves the READING . 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