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Dakota County Herald
JOHN H. REAM, PUnUSIIER Subscription Trice. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at lMkota Jity. INebraska. rermisnion has been granted for the transmission of tins paper through tue maiis as second-class matter. Telephone Mo. 43. That's quite a joke that some ofonr exchanges are trying to foist upon their readers by quoting Banker Got Bhalenberger as one af "we farmers", lieoaune a man "farms the farmer" it is no sign he is a farmer or a son of a farmer. The board of county commissioners at Its session Haturdoy passed an order designating the county clerk as pur chasing agent for the county supplies. This was done for the reason that some of the county officers have been giving orders for certain supplies to parties that do not handle them and the conn tv is charged exhorbitant prices for them, where if they were Riven to deal ers in such supplies they could be fur nished for about hall the price cnargea Dakota county is now on acush-paying basis aud should haro the benefit of cash prices. Washington News Letter Washington, April 6, 1910, The Rivers and Harbors bill which will be reported out of the Commerce Commitee of the Senate certainly not later than Thursday, will carry in the neighborhood of fifty-two millions of dollars; but of this amount between seven and ten millions will not come out of the revenues for the current lis cal year, because they are only reoog nizing the meritoriousness of projects which have heretofore had no legisla tive endorsement. The bill which will recognize the necessity of completing the improve ments of the Missouri River from St Louis to Kansas City, will aiso appro priate $300,000 for the improvements of the Missouri River above Kansas City, taking in that stretch of the river upas far as lank ton, o V, and possi bly beyond. The sentiment for im proving the Rivers and Harbors of the Unitoii States has grown enormously in t ie last few years, and Senator Burkett stands among the first of the Senators to recognize the necessity of proceeding uit.i these improvements along broad mid conservative lines, In suason and out he has urged Congress to adnt a broad oomprehen si ve policy of river improvements to the end that tln'n great natural water ways of ours it u wliicu this country has been most bounteously provided shall be put to their best use ; for th time is not far distant when the rail roads of the United States will be wholly incompetent to move the enor mous freights we are producing. Sen ator Burkett was before the Commerce Committee of the Senate the other day urging not only that the Missouri Riv er should be looked after, but he asked for a liberal appropriation to the end that the lands be saved and made stable rather than have them washed away at flood periods; and if the annu al feature of the bill becomes fixed, as both committees dealing with this sub ject have voted, the "pork barrel" as this has been called, will be done away with, and an annual appropria tion to carry out the projects, endorsed by the Board of the Engineers of the Army will be certain ot completion within a reasonable time, a oonsuma tion most devontly to be wished for. Congressman Broussard, of Louisi ana, who has introduced a bill provid ing for an appropriation of $250,000 to be spent by the Department of Agri culture in the propagation of new meat- growing animals, had a most interest ing hearing the other day before tho House Committee on Agriculture, in whioh it was shown that the horse, the cow, the goat and the pig were not native to this country, but had been brought in in early days front foreign countries. It was also shown that a hundred other animals could be intra duced and would thrive in this country and if introduced would go far toward solving the problem of our meat sup ply. Farmers, according to the state' ments made before the Committee, could Lbave species of smaller deer around their places weighing anywhere from five to one hundred pounds, whioli could be used for meat; and the introduction of the hippopotami into the lily-pad section of the south, ncta bly Louisiana, Florida and Texas, might clear the streams in that section of the water-hyaciuth, provide for a larger fish supply, and at the same time furnish food for persons liring on the bavous and the rivers of that seo tion. The hippopotamus gets his full growth in fonr years and weighs about four tons. The Boers iu South Africa live upon this meat most largely, aud the fatty poitions of this animal be' tween the skin and the muscles, when cured and salted, make a most delicious morsel, and is called by the Afrioan ders "Lake-Cow Bacon. " The bixth Annual Banquet of the League of Republican Clubs, compos edof twenty-five state organizations of which E O Snyder, Washington cor respondent of the Omaha Bee, President, gives promise of being th raost largely attended banquet of Re publicans ever held in Washington It takes place at the Arlington Hotel Saturday evening, April 9th, at which time President 1 aft, Secretary Aagel cf Commeroe & Labor, Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, and Representatives Nicoholas Longwerth of Ohio, Wm B McKioley, of Illinois, Chairman of the National ltepublican Congressional Committee, Duncan McKinlay, of Cal ifornia, J Hampton Moore, of Pennsyl vania, and John Hayes Hammond, Pretideut of the National Republican League, will make addresses. Hon W E Andrew, formerly of Hastings, now Auditor for the Treasury Department, is chairman of the Banquet Committee, and it is expected that Nebraska will be among the states having the Urgent representation present. .There will be four hundred covers laid, and more tickets could have been sold had there been seating capacity, for interest in the banquet is very keen. The Repub lican members of the Nebraska dele gation will attend in a body. Seed corn for Sale Crop of 1908. $1.00 per bushel, taken at the crib. A. M. Nixon, Homer, Neb. items oi interest from our Exchanges TToskins items in Wayne Democrat: O E Crouch and mother left Sunday for their home in Idaho. Osmond Republican : J W Leedo.n came up from the city on Thursday lght to spend the Easter vacation. Salix items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Miss Mabel Linkswiler, of Winnebago, Nteb, visited Monday and Tuesday in the home of S D Cone. South Creek items in Fonca Journal Mrs M Sheahan was in Jackson last week.... Messrs U F and EP Dillon were calling on friends in Jackson, Sunday. Ilornick items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Mr and Mrs E O Sherrard spent Eas ter Sunday in the home ot the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs II O Dorn, of South Bionx City. Allen News: Misses Connie and Sarah Cavanaugh of Jackson have been visiting friends here since Tuesday evening. Miss Connie will return to Kearney soon to attend school. Albaton items in Sloan, Iowa, Star Miss Myrtle Olson came home from Hubbard, Nebraska, last Saturday evening. ...lva and itnei uison spen a part of last week at tho home of Mr and Mrs Roy Olson at Hubbard, Neb, Emerson Enterprise: Henry Lina felter is in the western part of the state this week looking after a bunch of cattle he purchased last fall. They have been ranging on Jess Ways homestead and if they are doing well Mr Linafelter may buy another bunch Wynot Tribune: That E C Klopping and Miss Ellen Kunde stole a march on the pnblio and were married by Judge Jiefreruan at Dakota (Jity on January 19th has just recently leaked out. They certainly kept the matter very good and their friends were great ly surprised to that the long expected event had actually transpired. I hey have the best wishes of very many friuLds for long life and happiness, Walthill Times: Miss Grace Lam son returned to Pender Tuesday even ing. ...Mrs George Lamson and Mrs Sheldon were passengers to Sioux City the first of the week .... Miss Shirley Taylor and Mr Frank L MaoDonald were united in marriage at the home of the brido's paronts in Walthill, on Eas ter Sunday morning at 8 o'clock . Rev Channel! performed the ceremony. Oaly members of the bride's family were in attendance. Winnebago Chieftain: , Clinton Ohrait was a passenger to South Sioux City on Tuesday evening reluming home on Thursday.... Miss Mabel Linkswiler waB a northbound passen ger on Monday evening, returning home Wednesday noon.... Mrs O U Frum returned home on Wednesday. after an extended visit at her old home in northeastern Iowa....Amberry Bates left here last evening for Ne Richmond, Wis, where he will visit his sister, Mrs Ed Hoover. He will remain during tho summer. .. .Misses Mabel Niebuur and Bessie Morgan visited from Saturday noon until Sunday even ing with Miss Clara Sshleuter iu Fre moiit. l'onca Leader: Anna bhibley was at Dakota City Thursday ... .Dan Hoi land was up from Jackson Monday ....Marie Rogosch spent over Sunday in Ponoa from her school near Jackson ....Miss Anna, George and Ellis Iver son were visitors at Dakota City Fri day and Saturday.... Mr and Mrs W F Mikesell spent Sunday at the home of Will's mother in South Sioux City . . . .The Misses Darty of Jaakaon and their gentlemen friends attended the danoe in Ponoa Tuesday night. . . .Rev A E Delta went to Dakota City Satur day afternoou to preaoh the funeral sermon ot Emil Olson. Those who at attended from here were Hans Iverson Esther Lofgren.' Ponca Journal : Miss Etta Bauer of Dakota City, spent Easter with her mother Mrs A Bauer, iu Pouua., ueo lSeacom ot Hionx City, was in Ponoa Tuesday evenirg shaking hands with old friends..., W W Bobier of Homer was in Ponoa today. He in forms us that Mrs Bobier who has been ill for some time, is gettiug along nicely .... Mrs Jennie E Powers-Logan was born October 2 1817 at Lenawe oounty, Michigan. She was married to James Logan April 28, 1874, at Da kota City, Nebraska, living in Coving ton for some time, then residing in Ponoa the last 32 yean. She nnited with the Presbyterian churoh many years ago, under Rev Wheeler and ever since she has endeavored to live a consultant christian life. She was a lady of great strength of character, carrying herself as one determined to bear rather thau expose aflliction and sorrow, and she lived a life of splendid self negativeness. She was a devoted mother and wife, a splendid neighbor, and faithful and true to extreme. For the past fourteen years she has been gradually declining until at last, with faculties keen and alort, she made preparations for her demise, calmly ohoosing and arranging for this day when we so affeotionately pay the last tribute. She was a member of the O E S, affinitive to the Masouio order, of which her husband is a member, the brethren and sisters of whioh aooom pany her to her last earthly resting place. Hr husband, her aged moth er, two brothers, three sons, William Clay aud Arthur, and two daughters, Mrs Carrie Mo 13 ride, and Mrs Perl Barker, with grandchildren and other relatives, and a host of friends, lire to mourn her death. She was 03 years oia. Bioux City Journal, Cth C A Conant and O J Kloster were elected council men yesterday in the municipal elec tion at South Sioux City to succeed D L Fairbank and N D Pilgrim, whose terms ot office expire The election returns gf ve Mr Kloster 100 votes, tM. - X I A ... A Conant 99, Fairbank C5, Fred Gordon 09, John Jenkins 49 and N D Pilgrim 48. It is declared by those in touch with the situation that the result of the election means anew mayor for South Sioux City. The present may or is W A Morgan . The new connoil will meet for the first time May J and will choose a mayor at that time. It is said the alignment of the council members will be changed with the ad vent of the two new members and that the law and order league will have backing in the effort to drive the houses of ill fame from South Sioux City, Membeis of the league point to the fact that while there has been considerable talk against these housos, but little has been accomplished, and it is declared the oonncilmanio cam paign really was fought on this issue. The council now will made up of Mor gap, Kloster, Conant, S B Funk and R Mclntyre. It is asserted a majority of these mon are ready to line np for strong law enforcement regarding houses of ill fame. It also is hinted that the street department and mar sbalship will he separated. Heretofore these departmeuts have been presided over by one man. Grant Castor now holds the oilice. At present there are six houses oi iu iame in Boutu kioux City. I CORRESPONDENCE f HUBBARD. Dr Stidwortby was in this vicinity Tuesday. Jnlia Smith went to Vista Saturday for a visit at her home. I have soveral hundred bushels of two year-old barley fine for seed Patrick Jones, Hubbard, Nebr. Among the city shoppers Tuesdsay were Airs Jjbo Jliede, Airs inmost Goertz, Mrs Wm Goertz. Miss liartel and Dave Beacom. Joe Leedom, deputy sheriff, was a business visitor here between trains Wednesday morning. Banker Ed T Kearney of Jackson few days ago received the govercmen test from Lincoln of Thoa Graham'i seed corn, whioh teste 100".'. M Graham still has a few hundred bush' eia of this 1908 corn left for sale. . Mary Graham was a Sioux City shopper Monday. Summer underwear for men, women and children. See our assortment be fore you buy elsewhere. Carl Ander son. Ernest Paulson was down to Dakota City Saturday. Millie Andersen visited her sister Ethel in Wayne from Saturday until Monday, Grandma Timlin visited in Jackson from Thursday until Friday of last week. Mrs Cobleigh was in the city Tues day. Mads Hanson and Roy Wilsey were Sioux City passengers Thursday. Our line of wash goods and dress goods embraces all the latest paterns, and the prioes are right too. Carl Anderson. J Hogan and wife were among the Sioux Cityana Wednesday. Minnie Rasmussen came borne Tues day suffering from a severe cold. The dance given here Wednesday night was a successful affair, 41 couple being in attendance. Airs Charles Dodge suffered from a severe cold last week, isryon uagan oi nioux City came down last Wednesday to attend the dance. He was an over night visitor at the Joe Hagan borne. I have a few hundred bushels of 19U8 seed corn left for sale. Patrick Jones, Beu Cullen and Mary Ryan of Jack sou, wore here Sunday visiting friends aud relatives. Dan Hartnett, Joe Hagan, John Green and Tom Long were Dakota City and Sioux City visitors Saturday Miss Delia Timlin left Saturday for her school, near Jackson, where she will finish up her work as teaoher A Methodist Ladies Aid society was organized last Thursday at the home of Mrs H Nelsen. The membership numbers twelve and it is hoped by the next meeting that more ladies will join. Come and help a good cause. Bring us your farm produce But ter, eggs, cream, eto, and get tne highest market prioe., Carl Anderson. Hubbard neglected to bold a village election this year, and the old board will hold over as has been the cuetom for the past several years. n Nolsen instead of going to Dawes county as was stated in last weeks paper switched off and went to Holt oounty, and while there made a purchase of 480 acres of land, returning Thursday. MrsR Nelaen returned Monday even ing from her Iowa visit. See our fine liue of canned goods, the best that the market affords, and at prioes that oan't be undersold, Carl Anderson . A goodly number of young folks planned a surprise for last Saturday night at the Max Nelson home. They went for a good time and they had it. There will be Danish Lutheran services next Sabbath at 2:30 pm. Rev Larson 'of Sioux City will conduct the servioe. Mrs Campbell, Mrs Harty and daughter, Pearl, were shoppers in the oity Monday. Grandma Timlin was on the siok list the first of the week. It will be along time before you will have any new fruit, so you had better take advantage of our low prices and fine assortment of dried fruits now in stock. Carl Anderson. The Ladies Aid society will meet Thursday, April 14, at the home of Mrs O L Thompson. Minnie Rasmussen left for the city Monday morning. Mary Nelsen was an over Sunday visitor at her home. Audrew Andersen attended the sur prise party at the Max Nelsen home Saturday night. Mrs Hans Nelsen went to Ponca Wednesday to visit Grandma Dodge. The danoe given here Friday night in honor of Joe Ueffernan was greatly enjoyed by all in attendance. About 5 couple were present. The Hub bard orchestra furnished the music. Joe Ueffernan leaves within a few weeks to go on his claim in South Da kota . There will be Methodist services every Sabbath as follows: Sunday school at 10 :30 and preaching at ? 1. -Rev Romio, pastor. Louis Rockwell met with quite a se rious accident last Saturday while seeding. In some way be got one of his fingers caught in the seeder, tearing the first joint of it off, The I same day he lost a good work horse 111 luck doesn't always come singly. HOMEtt. Jos Davis was a southbound passen ger Sunday. Elgie Smith has resigned his posi tion at Inman and will visit relatives n Iowa for a while beiore deciding what he will do in the future. A nre at Uobiers, t riday jjorning burned the barn, with some harness and a corn crib. Sixty head ot hogs had a narrow escape. Gertie Buckland was a guest of Mat- tie Mclimley over Sunday. Ihos O Baird, one of the oldest set tiers oi umadl precinct, and at oue time sheriff of Dakota county, has do' parted with his family for La Crosse, Wash, to make their future home. Mr George Thacker was a Winneba go visitor Monday. Wm Clapp was a Sioux City visitor Alonuay. Air and Airs Erickson were patrons of the new tram Monday. Herman Pitts has gone up north . M Mason was a Sioux City visitor Tuesday. waiter omun returned irom ttmer son in time to vote. 8 A Brown departed Sunday for Tripp county to visit his son, Will joe otarkey and Cale Lane were Homer visitors Wednesday. Mrs Louis Goodsell is on the sick list with pneumonia. Mrs Fred Walway and children of Naoora were nomer visitors this week. guests at the J D Welker home. Mrs H A Monroe, Miss Gertie Mc Kinley and their brother, Roy McKin ley, drove to Salem to visit their moth er, Airs IS AlcKinley, who is nursing at the Robert Hileman home. Mrs Ed Wilkins visited at the Au gust Wilkins home over Sunday Prof O A Osborn, principal of the Sheldon, Iowa, schools, with his wife and baby are guests of his sister, Mrs Joe Hughes and family, since Satur day. John Chamberlain was taken to the hospital in Sioux City last week to be treated for lung trouble. SP Barnes returned from Omaha last week and reports Mrs Barnes well again. He purchased a , residence in Benson while down there. Orval Lake went to Omaha Tuesday after a oouplo of days visit at home Nelson Smith went to Sioux City Tuesday. Some of the young men took a box oar ride to Sioux City one day last week. We Jidu t hear if they asked the R It Co it they might or if they just uoooea it. Lney came back on the passenger the next day. Geo McBeath, Lewis Smith and Will Rockwell went to Omaha Monday as uncle nam's jurors. Elgie Smith went to Omaha on his way to visit relatives at Hitoman, Io. Mrs John Blacketer of South Sioux City was a guest of relatives in Homer Friday. j Rose Smith went to Sioux City Mon day on the first trip the new shopping train made. Roy McKinley came home M.mday for a visit with relatives and friends. The high school gave their class play Wednesday night to a large and appre dative audience. Space is too limited to mention each one but they all did fine and some showed quite a good deal of dramatio talent. Walter E Smith, the Homer harness man went to Emerson Sunday to work for Ulen Smith, while Glen was a wit ness in the mutder hearing at Dakota City Monday. Glen fired Walt after 5 hours trial as an n-g to much shirk! work all left for Glen . JACKSON. Curtis Boler arrived here Saturday evening from St Peter, Minn, to visit his grand parents, John Bolor and wife . laareme iiungerrord lost two cows last week. Their death was caused by eating some poisonous weeds. Miss Heeney of Hubbard was a guest of Mary Z Boler several days this week. Frank Mitchell who was working at Norfolk, Nebr, the past year, is spend ing a few weeks vacation with his father, Mike Mitchell. D F Waters is in Omaha this week visiting his sou, Edward J, who is an attorney mere, ana transacting some business, At the election held here Tuesday J M Barry and Dr B J Leahy were elt ot ed members of the village board. The other members are B F Sawyer, Wm Riley and J M Brannan. Married at the Catholio church iu Jackson Wednesday morning Marie Autzen and John Gill, Rev Fr Roche officiating. Ben Cullen and Mary Ryan visited relatives in Hubbard Sunday. Martin Walsh of Vista went to St Joseph's hospital Monday to reoeive treatment . Bora to Mr and Mrs Aleo Frye, Mar 29-10, a sou. James M Barry had a load ot cattle on the market Wednesday. Mrs Frank Lilly of Belvidere, S D, visited relatives here the last of the week, Luoy Jones visited over Sunday in Sioux City with relatives and friends. J J Tobin of Chicago, arrived here Saturday to spend a few months with his cousin, John Flannery. Dean Carroll of Sioux City is spend ing the Easter vacation with his former schoolmates here. The last number of the Leoture Course will be given ia St Patricks hall Fiiday evening April 8th. This is one of the highest grade attractions of the course, it being the sixth season of Edna B Smith and her capable company. The members being enter tainers of the first class. Found A pocket book containing money. Inquire of Miss Margaret Ryan, Jackson, Nebr. Mrs Carrie Thompson returned to her home at Waterbury Tuesday after a week's visit in the O A Barber homo Mrs Ed T Kearney and daughters. who spent the winter in California, ex- pect to leave for home next Snnday. Mrs Belle Scollard went to Ponca Tuesday to spend a few days with rel atives there. NACORA. Fred Wallwey was a Sioux City pas' senger Wednesday. Mae Heeney and Anna Hagan at tended a party at Hubbard Tuesday evening. Merle Donchoe, Ruth Fletcher and Belle Farrington returned to their homes in Bancroft Wednesday even ing, after spending several days at the E Fletcher home. Mrs John Snllivan made a business trip to Homer Saturday. Nellie Heeney was a passenger to Emerson Wednesday night, Gladys Heeney returning home with her. Edward Donohoe came down from Bancroft Wednesday morning to spend a few days with his cousin. Paul i letebcr. A Schwartz and Jas Heeney made a business trip to Hubbard Saturday. Roy Knapp was an Emerson visitor I riday evening. FIDDLER CREEK Tho dance given at the Max Nelson home last Saturday evening was well attended and enjoyed by all. Mrs Off Harris and daughter Mary visited at the N L Crippen home last t riday. Emma Leonard of Pierson, Iowa was an over Sunday visitor at the Chris Erickson home. Peter Sorensen and family spent Sunday at Geo Jensen s. Alcie Johnson is here from Daven port, Iowa, for a short visit with Mads Hansen snd family. One of Robert Luaebiink's children is very sick with the mnmps. Quite a few of the Fiddler Creek people attended the basket social at the Plum Grove school house. They took in $30.75 which will be used to ward purchasing library books for the school. Peter Johnson and family Sundayed at the Jens Jensen home. SOUTH SIOUX CITY From the Record Born, Saturday, March 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Myron Pilgrim, a girl. Mrs. Will Hopan returned Sunday from a week's visit to Homer. Miss Gladys March, of Cherokee, la., Is viuitlng her grandmother, Mrs. Kath erlne Hogan. Miss Letha Hemstreet, of Emerson, was a visitor at the J. M. Johnson home over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scherrard, of Hor nlck, were over Sunday visitors at the H. O. Dorn home. Word comes from Nate Miller that his father is not much improved. Mr. Miller is still at Boscobei. Ed Larson, who has been with the Edwards & Bradford Lumber Co., has been transferred to Wakefield. Mrs. H. E. Edwards, of Mitchell, S. P., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Knowlton, this week. Hoy lalbot Is planning on building a iii-w more Dunuing at the north end of Dakota street, near his present lo cation. Monte Knipper Is building a new nouse at Kprlngtlale, Sioux City. The question now agitating tho minds of Monte s rrlenda Is "what does.it mean? A. W. Wells Is putting in two blocks or cement sidewalk on Main street. The walk will pnsa the E. B. Wilbur build ings, the residence of Court Church and tne city nail, and will be a great im provement. The Byerly house, which was recent ly purchased by M. H. Tollinger, is undergoing a series of improvements. New porches are being put on both In front and back, a new cellar was dug and the Interior will be repapered. Mrs. Merrill Cheesrnan, who had been visiting her sister, Mrs. E. R. Church, for the past few weeks, left MnnHnv for her home at Canlsto. N. Y. Mrs tneesman had been on a visit to Port land and other Pacific coast points. Mrs. T. I. Cummins, daughter Mil dred, and son Franklin, of Sioux Falls; Mrs. E. A. Smith and daughter Helen, of Whiting. Ia.. and Mrs. W. A. Sim mons, of Mapli'ton, Ia., are guests at the homes of D. G. and" J. M. Evans this week. Burt Kroesen this veek received his appointment as census enumerator for Covington precinct, including South Sioux City and the land recently ceded to Nebraska by South Dakota, which lakes in Walker's Island. The work will start on April 15. Farmers will receive special instructions through the postotflce and will be able to get figures ready concerning the questions to be answered about their farms. At a meeting of the South Sioux City school board Friday evening teachers foil- the coming year were se lected in part. All the present corps who had In applications were re-elected. They were Professor H. Robach. Miss Anna Bartlett, Miss Ida Jeep and Miss Alice O'Neill. Mrs. Mlna Perrln as tne only new teacher employed i no nounl also purchased one of the canvas nre escapes, exhibited here iew weeKS ago, tor use at the Soutli Dunuing, For Sale A large list of Cheyenne, Morrill, Box Butte, Kimball, 8ootts Pluff and Uanner county Nebr, lands. Kanohes, relinquishments railroad contracts, sohool sootions all sizes and prioes from $6.50 per acre sad np tor ueeuea lanus. Having s personal knowledge of these lands I will go and show them to those who wish to invest. S A Combs, Homer, Nebr, BUCKBEE'S SEEDS SUCCEED I SPECIAL' OFFER: U k.lM W.w RaalaMfc A trial WlU j uu wur iwruiauaut otuioinar. mze collect on ri;u 11 llw Slum Tirmla, 1 plend.d 1 ' 11 Kl la 1 1 ..iUm. -w,.i.i....n.iRf him u vaxtoura m miu HI VLAttARlEKS TO VLKAftK. - vlV? to-day; Mention thla Paper." SEND 10 CENTS team poainr. ml paciiaf u4 raoam lata TalaaMa - " piMiuauu. Mw.r .iu nil bla InMractlva, HcuuUfWl Beta' Flaat Bvok. ..... : r'. m Pi 1 m & r Most men fail in business through the lack of will power or not develop ing the inherent energy that every man possesses. The possibilities that lie within man's possessions within an ordinary lifetime if comprehended or realized would be startlinir. Some men do only what they are influenced in doing. Life throws out no inducement- The line of least resistance seems to be their's bv choice. It is within every man's circumstance to be a benefit to the world and he should be proud of the opportunity to develop his talents. Not a Drop of Alcohol What is a "tonic"? A medicine that increases the strength or tone of the whole system. What is an "alterative"? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action. Name the best "tonic and alterative"? Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol. Ask your own doctor all about it. Never take a medicine doctors cannot endorse. 7.C.AverCo..Lowett,fZ without daily action ot the bowels poisonous Impure blood, biliousness, headache. Ask your Kl III 14 This lK-in. Coucord Harness No. 76 no collars $31 Our No. 179, 1-in. Concord, with flat backs, a better job $35 w. Sttxrges HARN Very- Low TO Kates NORTH PACIFIC COAST -VIA BIortH - Western Lritvc $ocoo Points. Proportionately low rates to points in Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho and Montana. Through Tonrist Cars Daily, Minneapolis and St. Paul to Pacific Coast Points. Round Trip If you contemplate a trip and other information, call i Lyman sholes District Passenger Agent, Onuihu. Lion de No. Sired by Anserseul 12X, ho by Revo T Or 7m, out of Vt ;-- lm, Lisa Uo Kestergat llftil, 8ho by lot HUM), out of Mlo vim Kextoricnt llfcT. Foaled Miircli (1ml I'l, Htl. Imported August 10, Nebraska. i-.v ..v..;-, :: , .. , , , ,-V '.' ' . V-';. ? - ' " ' , - ; 'r i - " : .. . ' LION DE KESTERQAT Is n Bay Holglan Stallion. 7 years old. weighing 2-.ni pounds, and Is an ld.tiil ilrntt horse, taking Urst riemluni In his class lit tho Interstate. Live tstock Fair at Hloux tHty, Iowa, and was acknowledged by all horsemen as U'lng one ot the best horsi-s on exhibition. Will make the season of 1910 as follows, beginning April 1st: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Kaston's Barn, Dakota City. Thursdays and Fridays. Bert Karst's. Walker's Island. Saturdays, Kaston's Barn. Dakota City. Sundays aud Mondays, at Chas. Bllveu's Farm. Terms-$20 to Insure a Standing Colt. of feKrljT tot at nsl HARRY E. BROWN, Owner. DAKOTA CITY, NEBR. Leonard Ross, Attendant. Not long since a young man of splendid muscular development was seen in our city with two heads, on his shoulders. Both were fully developed heads, with rather handsome features, one with blond hair and the other with black. The young man is not a museum freak as might be supposed. The other head was the property of his sweetheart, and would not have ap peared in such a deformed position had it been for the young lady's neg lect to "drop the curtain." products must be absorbed. Then vmi have doctor about Ayer's Pills for constipation. Bros. 411 Pea ! Sioux Cit y THE- One Way second class colonist tickets will be on sale daily until April 15, 1910, to Portland, Seattle, Tacoma and Puget Sound Special Homeseekers excursion tickets will be on sale April 5th and 19th to many points in Montana, Northern portion of Idaho, state of Washington east of Ellens burg and Wenatchee and also to Kootenai Section of British Columbia. no matter where, for rates on or address G. H. PRANGER Agent, DukotaOlty, Neb. Kestergfat 35364. llW, by Frank lams, St. l'aul.