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Big Circus at Sioux City.
riRling Bros. World's Greatest Show to be There Saturday, July 9th. I:ImI1iik Bros' W'orld'i Mi-patent Shows w II. on Saturday, July Bth, give two per formanoealn Hloux City. This will be the only opportunity this year of soelnu th lt of nil circus entertainment. This Is t he show that amazed New York City with Its Kuropcon company of actors, and Its ex tensive new menage rle. Its parade Is the est and most superb spectacle thatever ed through the streets of any city on aith. On April 8. the five brothers ave their first performance In their home town, Ilarahoo, Wis, on the public square They made their own lent and their own ring properties. The audience satoti planks lKirrowed from a lumber yard. They had but one horse. From that llttlo one-ring nffnlr to tlie!' present stupendous organiza tion the history of the Hlngllng Bros, reads like a fairy tale. They began with nothing They now own the greatest amusement en terprlse In all history. Among the many European features of' fered this year are the Hchumnn horses from the Circus Schtimnn at Berlin, Schev- cnliigon and Frankfort. Albert Schuman an a trainer of horses, Is the most wonderful man In history. He has mado lio.uoo.non ex limiting the animals he has trained. Thorn are IS animals In his act. They enter the arena concealed in large beer barrels piled on an Immense brewery wagon. They ars not discovered by the audience until they kick the heads out of the bnrrels and Jump Into the ring. Tlipy pull the bungs from kt-as, drawing a beer-like fluid and drinking It from glasses. They roll each other about In barrels, waltz in time to music, skip the and smoke pipes. From the begin nlug to the end of their act they remain standing on their hind feet. Another great act Is presented by the Saxon trio of the world's strongest men. Two of them form the pillars of a bridge over which passes an automobile with six passengers. Still other novel and great acts are presented by tho Lorch family of acroliats. from Germany, tho great Alexis family of aerlallsts. Kolilt'dlllo, the Spanish wi..ard of the wire, the Mutton family of ders,and the greatest company of clowns In the world. The new parade Is a marvel Of beauty. The new menagerie Is a com plete collection of animals. Local Items Friday, June 34, 1910 hOmcmakers- club meeting The third public meeting of the Dakota County Homemakers Club will be held nt Dakota City Thursday, Juno :)th, in the Court House hall at 3 p m sharp. The ob ject of the meeting Is to unite into an or ganization the women from all parts of the ounty, nnd any others who may bo inter ested. All are cordially invited to attend, take part in the dlsvussions and Join the club. Come and enjoy a social afternoon. Although a woman's organization, men are welcome to attend the meetings. Tho fol lowing program will lie given: Introductory Remarks by the President. Ki'iullng of Minutes Secretary. Koll Call Responses, a memory gem or hu morous saying. Instrumental Music Mrs Chas Brynnt. Paper, Buttermaker Mrs ,1 F Wlnebren ner. Discussion by Mesdames (ieo Mil ler, I V Fisher. H J Kooney, Fred Wag ner and Henry Kierniann. Ueeltfttlon Kuby Dierklng. Life Sketch of Mark Twain Ida Boden liender. Paper. Household Conveniences that Save Labor Mrs Geo Kates. Discussed by Mesdames R K Kvans, S A Stlnson and Mell A Nchmled. Vocal Duet Mrs O W Fisher and Gertrude Mlkesell. Preparing Pineapple for Winter Use Mrs vt m AriiiDrigut. Select Reading, Housekeepers and Home makers; to Which Class do You Belong? Mrs Elmer Blessing. Paper. What the Home Can Do for the School Margaret Murphy. Vocal Duet Mrs Mell A Schmled and Ells alH't h S Haase. Paper, Improving the Sanitary Conditions of tho Home Mrs W J Bussey. Recitation Mrs Mary R Mc Heath. Hook Review Mrs J F Sides. helect Reading Gertrude Hall. Current Events Mrs U H Maxwell. Recitation Mary Harry. Instrumental Music Mrs Geo Bates. Mary N. K ram per. President. Josephine Sll:;sou. Secretary. You will find a good line of sweat pads for borses, whips, machine bolts and a very good line of hardware, tin ware and graniteware at ngut pnoes at BcurieTer liros. r Bargains at Van's every day. Frank Kiemeyer returned to Chica go Monday. See P (i Stanard for heating, plumb ing and lighting. John Boyd of Winnebago, was business visitor here Monday. Mrs Eva L Orr is slowly recovering from an operation for the removal of a tumor. Fred Ochander and family of Ho mer. were over Sunday visitors here at the an de Zedde home. If you haven't got time to do your own shopping call up Iso. I, and be will deliver the goods promptly. The Detroit gasoline and coal oil stoves the best safe, durable and clean. For sale at Fred Sohriever & Co.'s There will be a special meeting of the Masonio lodge Saturday evening of this week, for work in the fellow craft degree. John F Sides, deputy U 8 marshal, has been making life miserable for the bootleggers at Wayne, since the clos ing of the saloons . Mrs May Kiley came up from Oma ha Monday for a visit with relatives. Her mother, Mrs Harriet Ayres, ac companied her home Thursday. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will brace up the nerves, ban ish sick headache, prevent desponden cy and invigorate the whole system. Sold by all druggists. Mis Mildred Eurkett and Mrs Fan nie W Urozier win leave oionday morning for the east to spend the sum mer months, the former at her old home at Wilmerding, Pa, and the lat ter with relatives in New York state. Isn't it about time to establish a need limit for automobile tourists who make a practice of driving through town like the very old mischief, and especially some of those Sioux City chauffeurs, who seem to think they own the road. The preliminary hearing of Lon Ward and Ben Haackerof South Siouz City, on a charge of criminally assault ing Miss Ida Teter, was brought to a close last Friday before Judge D C Heffernan, who held them both to the district court Ward under $2,000 bonds and Haacker $1,000. llaacker succeeded in obtaining a bond and on Wednesday was released. Ward is still in limbo. It begins to look now as though Da kota City would soon have electric street car service to Sioux City. The matter of raising a bonus of $2,000 for the extension of the line from Crystal lake to this place is being pushed this week by M O Ayres, who is looking after the raising of the fund required to get the extension to this place. In case the amount is guaranteed the parties who are taking over the Foye line state that the line can be equipped and put in operation inside of a month. Mr Ayres will finish his work of can vassing this week, and Lopes to secure the necessary amount to insure the ex tension of the line. ' Mitf4s;4v4 . .3 Patronize Home Industry buy your nrats of Wm LrORISBJZ, Proprietor of (City Mea,t BiIsrkLcf Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand Cash paid for Hides and Pelts Agent for Seymoui's White Laundry. Basket goes on Tuesdays and comes back Saturdays DAKOTA CITY NEBRASKA a 1 - 1 Still Iiv the Real Estate justness wish to say to our friends that we are better than ever prepared to supply their wants in Real Kstate Investments, in southeast South Dakota, or north east Nebraska, We own 1,000 acres in Sanborn County, S. I)., and have a large list in Jarauld and Buffalo, rang ing from $15 per acre for unimproved, far from railroad, to $65 per acre for well improved, close to railroad. We have located many of your neighbors there within the past four years; all are well pleased and glad we induced them to go, and we are ready and anxious to do the same for you if you will give us a chance. We have an auto with which to show the land and are in a position to make your trip pleasant and expenses very light. We also own 1,700 acres in Dakota County, Neb., at from $35.00 to $100.00 per acre, and have a large list on the Omaha and Winnebago reservations, from $47 to $S0 per acre. We can make good terms on all of these and you will deal direct with the owner. If you think of in vesting it will pay you to call on, write or phone us (at our expense). Iowa 1'honc 49S. Auto Phone 311S. South. Dakota. Land Co A. P. DOR. AN, Msns.r Office 302 Iowa Bldg, Sioux City, Iowa. I 1 Abstracts of Title A $10,000 Surety Bond Guarantees the aocuracy of every Abstract I make Successor to Dakota County Abstract Co. Bonded Abstracter J. J. EINERS i i SATURDAY SPECIALS! I Saturday, June 25tli I l I r i ... I Dakota City. A ebraska Three Cans of Tomatoes A nice Rice at A 25c Bath Assortment, Jor 5 pound Secdlt-ss Raisin-, lor Three dozen Clothes pins, for A -Ve Can of A No. 1 Baking Powder. 25c . ..5c 18c 25c ....5c 20c Myrtle Bouton of Norfolk, spent the past week with friends hereabouts. Paul Pizey returned home Sunday from a week's business trip to Colorado. Mrs Louis Herman, of Winnebago, was a visitor at the Ashley Londrosu home over Sunday. 0 J O'Connor and wife and Mrs Gertrude Best autoed up from Homer Sunday and visited relatives here For Sale 200 acres of hay, one mile south of Cob am Junction. J M Davey, Ponca, Nebr. Mrs James Cooley went to Sargeant Bluff, Iowa, Saturday to attend the funeral of her ancle, Gibson Bates. The Dakota City Pharmacy will fur nish you Paris Green in large or small quantities, and the price will be right. Dr Charles T Maxwell returned home Saturday from Chicago, where be is a student at Bush Medical college. Homer and Emerson have announced celebrations for July 4th. Dakota City will reserve its eaergies for the Old Settlers picnic, Aug 25th. Bead the commissioners' proceedings n this week's Herald, as you won't get to see them in any other county paper until they have whiskdrs. Drs Bouse of Siouz City and Max well of this place, performed a surgi cal operation on Mrs Mollie Broyhill Wednesday, from which she is recov ering nicely. Jakie Sides and Willie Orr went to Sioux City Thursday and returned each with a new Ford touring car. G F Broyhill, local agent for the Ford, made the sales. John W Gribble and wife came up from South Omaha Wednesday morn ing to visit relatives. John returned Thursday, while Mrs Gribble will re main for a longer visit. Walter Hileman and bride departed lasi Saturday for Owanka, SD, and will take up their residence on tueir claim. The best wishes of their friends go with them to their new home. Minnie and Henry Braucher, who have been visiting relatives here for the past few weeks, have gone to Lyons where tneir parents, wuo recently re turned from Tagua, N D, have taken up their residence. An aeroplane in flight is guaranteed to exoite a deeper thrill than any com et that ever blazed its uncertain way through the realms of space. See the Glenn H Gurtisa machines in Sioux City, June 29, 30, and July 1. Lame shoulder is almost invariably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free applies tiou of Chamberlain's Liniment. This linament is not only prompt and effect ual, but in no way disagreeable to use Sold by all druggists. Grace Hamilton returned last week from Rock county, where she has been holding down a G40-acre homestead Ruth Hamilton also returned from Wyoming, coming by way of Lead, 8 D, and bringing witu Iter Little Lliza beth Johnson, her niece. Mow the weeds around your prem ises, as the law requires, or the same will be done and taxed up to your property; also clean your alleys of all rubbish and tilth, or the same will be done at your expense. By Order of the Village Marshal . The Sons of Hermann of Northeast Nebraska will hold their annual picuic at Emerson this vear on Wednesday, July 20th. All the lodges in this part of the state will take part in the big celebration, and a general good time is asHured. ' Everybody is invited. Come and bring your family Red machinery will cover the east side of the State Fair grounds the week of the great exposition, Kept 5th to 0th. The demand for space baa never been so great. Exhibitors and buyers alike recognize the value of meeting whore the "best implement is shown to the "best" purchaser. "It cured me." or "It saved the life of my child," are the expressions you hear every day about Chamberlain a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is true the world over where this valuable remedy has been introduced. No other medicine in UHe for diarrhoea or bowel complaints bus received such generul approval. Ihe. secret of Hi success of Chamberlain's Colic, Clmlt ra and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures. Sold by all druggists. If any of our young renders are am bitious to weenie positions iu banks and business olllces we advise them to write the Grand Island Business and Normal College, Grand Island, Neb, at once. This college will admit young men and women from the farms an villages and no fees are to be paid until the student graduates and earns Go to the Dakota City Pharmacy for your Paris Green, For Sale seven young full-blood Duroc Jersey pigs. Fred Duensing. Ernest Triggs has gone to Ft Dodge, Io, where he has acoepted a position. Conductor George Carter, of Omaha was a Sunday visitor at the M O Ayres home. O W Goodsell of Omaha, was an over Sunday night visitor here at the V O Lake home . Carl McAfee returned to Waterbnry Monday, after visiting over Sunday at the D C Stinson home. Misses Bertha and Anna Roost and Sophia Krumwiede left yesterday on an extended trip to Germany. Blanche Africa, a former telephone operator in this place, now has charge of the board at Sergeant Bluff. James L Kramper and wife of Oma ha, arrived Saturday for a few days visit with relatives and friends. Judge R E Evans and J J McAllis ter went to Lincoln Tuesday on legal uusiness ueiore tne supreme court. Ex-State Superintendent W K Fow ler of Lincoln was a visitor with County Superintendent W. E. Voss Thursday. Judge and Mrs R E Evans go to Bancroft this (Friday) evening to at tend a publio installation of officers in the Masonio lodge. Mrs Fred Cornell arrived here on Thursday from Danton, S D, with her little son whom she took to a Sioux City hospital for treatment. Martin Uesterung, ol Norfolk, son of our former townsman John Oester liug, was here Thursday looking after his chances in the Daily News trip contest. The T & W Envoys were defeated at Crystal lake 8unday by the Shepherd- sons, score 10 to C. The Seneys de tested the Whitfields on the same grounds 6 to 1 . Mrs James Foltz of near Winnebago, was in town last Friday enroute to Emerson to visit her brother, Eli Snr- ber. She was a pleasant caller at The Herald oflloe while in town. The children of D M Neiswanger are all home for the summer vacation Nana, from MorningBida; Kathleen, frem Kansas Citv: Barbara, from Homer; and Scott from Spaulding, ' Nebraska. Geo C Wallway and Mary Mer ten Gifford of Emerson, were married in Sioux City Monday. They wiM make their home in Emerson, where the groom is an employe in the Farm era State Bank. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold on a guarantee that If you are not sat isfied after using two-thirds of a bottle according to directions, your money will be refunded. It is up to you to try. Sold by all druggists. Fred Duensing has contracted with Ashley Londrosh for the erection of a house on his farm just northeast of town, to replace the one burned a few weeks ago. The new house will be somewhat larger thau the old one. Work was commenced on it this week. Miss Mildred Burkett entertained her Sunday school class at a party at the R E Evans home Wednesday after noon. The main feature of the affaii was in each dressing a doll, in which Yen) a Broyhill captured the prize. Light refreshtneLts were served. Lev Willey was arrested Tuesday night at Crystal lake park on a war rant issued by Justice of the Peace Funk of South Sioux City, on a charge of assault with intent to kill. The complaint was sworn to by Sid Blod gitt. Willey was brought to this place and lodged in jail. It you are not satitned after usirg according to directions two-thirds of a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, you can have your mon ey back. 1 he tablets cleanse and in' vigorate the stomach, improve the di gestion, regulate the bowels. Give them a trial and get well. Sold by all druggiHtH. Aug Gerlach, who has been confined iu the county jail for several months on a charge i f killing Joe Lee at Em erson in January, was released by Judge Graves Monday on a bond of $5000, to appear at the September term of tho district court for triwl. Uu has accepted a position in a butch er shop at Winnebago, Nebr, In the crowd which will come to Sioux City to see the Glenn II Curtiss aeroplaues iu flight on Juue 2'J. ISO am July 1, there will be many a base bull bng who will figure that he is "killing two birda with one stone." He will have a chance to see a Western League ball game in the morning and see the flying machines in the afternoon Dick Cooley's Topeka Sox will the at PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Dakota City, Neb. Jane 14. 1910 The board of county commissioners met as a board of equalization. Pros ent, Nelson Feanto, chairman, Ed Morgan, Thoa Long, Wm W Reninger, county assessor, and W L Ross, clerk Board adjourned to Jane 15. Jnne 15. Board met as board of equalization witn all members present. Board ad journed to June 18. June 16. Board met as board of realization, witn all members present. Board ad journed to June 20. June 20 Board met as board of equalization, wun an members present. Id the matter of the assessment of the Combination Bridge company, af ter hearing the evidence of the several witnesses, including its officers, and statements showing the net earnings and expenses lor the last few years. it was moved by Thomas Lonir that the assessment be left as assessed by the assessor. Theie being no aecond to the motion, it was moved by Ed Morgan and seconded by Nelson Feau- to that the assessment be lowered from . 5, 00 to $160,000. Voting ave Ed Morgan and Nelson Feanto; vot ing no Thomas Long. Motion car ried. Whereas, it is neoessary to a just and proper equalization of the assess ment of the personal property of the various precincts in Dakota county, and that eaoh precinct will bear just relation to the other precincts of the county, therefore be it Resolved, by the board of equaliza tion of Dakota county, Nebraska, that there be a raise in Omadi precinct of lO'V on horses and 20 on cattle; in Emerson precinct a raise of 9 on horses; in Dakota precinct a reduc tion of (J on horses; in Covington precinct a reduction of 15"' on cattle ; iu Hi John s precinct a reduction of V on horses. The amounts of such reductions or additions shall be sub tracted or added to each individual assessment in said precinct pro rata. The above resolution was duly pass ed aad sdopted by the board of equal ization of Dakota county. Neb, June 20. 1910. The board adjourned as a board of equalization until the 0th day of Aug ust, when they will make the levies for the ooming year. Cjc Dcxyo of Trcxvcl tx.ro Here "The Bank that ALWAYS treats you RIGHT" is prepared, with Steamship Tickets, for all the best lines, Travelers' Checks and Foreign Drafts. You would scarcely think that we sell tickets to parties from Sioux City and other towns but it is so. And we see that they are Treated Kifflit aboard ship. EvarytHtnrf In Davftklfirf IIr. II axil Inauranos It Hank, of Dakota County Estimates.... ..Furnished Repair Work Promptly Attended to I F G. STAMAR.D HeoUIntf, Plumbing and Lrigkting J Haven't you ever heard of the Ideal Lighting System? i If not let us tell you about it. A card will se- I cure a demonstration and descriptive matter. f PKorv No. 53 North Rtd Draadway v-fe a j ww m B u.t. i4tK nt usH st.. Dakota City Pfeb 1 Dakota City, Neb, June 20, 1910. Board of coanty commissioners met in regular session. Present: Nelson Feauto, chairman, Ed Morgan, Thos Long, and W L Ross, clerk. The following claims were allowed on the county general fund: H K Cain, assessor $102 (fl A I I Ml vis, 8HI110 A3 45 Philo McAfee, wune fll 28 Stephen Joyce, same 123 (Ml Krnest Harris, same US 24 I'eter Carney, same H) rV) H W Meeker, sumu 114 (10 M ltcfu-oin, same 73 ll Win V Kennlnser, county assessor. .. 4'VI 20 J J McAllister, 2nd quarter aalury.... 175 00 J P Kockwell, salary 71 m Klopp t Bartli'tt Co, suppllci 43 6(1 Perkins Bros Co, supplies , 120 Mrs J K I,PO(Ioin, Ixiarillnir prisoners. : 00 J I Meredith, tax refunded 4 W I O Kvans, postage, etc iW 111 W Li Koss, salary and postage 122 KB Hammond A Stephens Co supplies... .'W 25 J M Leedoiii, salary and guard fees... I'K on The following claims were allowed on the county road fund: 11 K Brown, road work 06 00 Martin Hogh, same 4M 25 The following claims were allowed on the road district fund: Win Broyhill, road work, dlst. 5 W 50 David Clapp, same, ' ft 7 00 Wm Learner, sumu, ' 6 50 60 J W leKorrest, same ' il 11 00 Henry Kunne, sains s 3 00 Vernon Nelson, santM ' 8 22 50 (lien DeKorrest, same ' S a 00 I. 11 Border, same, 3 24 HO H K Brown, same, ' lu 2n7 50 Henry Uloe, same, 17 j as 00 H K Brown, same, ' 2 40 uo Bond of Fritz Anderson, constable for fit Johns precinct, approved by tne board. Geo L Livermore appointed consta bla in and for Covington precinct. Board adjourned to meet July 16, '10. w. Li. ituss, ciera. The Fishing Season is On In North' ern Wisconsin Lakes At many of the lakes and streams in Northern Wisconsin along the Omaha Road, big catches of Bass, Trout, Pike, Mnscallonge and Crappiea are being reported. The weather and water con ditions are just right, and now is the time to pack yonr fishing tackle and write or wire for accommodations at one or other of the fishing resorts while the season is at its best. The lakes near Turtle Lake, Cumberland, Shell Lake, Hayward, Cable, Kolpn Bpiings, Chetek, Birchwood, Radisson, Rice Lake and New Aubnrn are all well stocked with the gamiest varieties of fresh water fish; the hotel accommoda tions are good and the prices reasona ble. Before planning your trip, write for our outing folder "Caming, Fishing and Hunting iu Northern Wisconsin. " It will be mailed free on request. 1 W Teasdale, General Passenger Agent, Omaha (load, 8t Paul, Minn. Hiamnna Tfc ! nflA fit 4A lArffPat t ftraet'ftn K4:,.nA.. i.arV Old H( J.. I- wifiiuu I'm i - . uaj , Isbell'a Wichita team the last two legee iu the I cited states. I (ays of Excxrsaos Kates To thO East: Unusually low and attractive summer tourist rates are in effect every day to New York. Boston. Atlantic Coast and Canadian resorts, Niagara Falls, Detroit and vicinitv. Also for desiiable Lake tours with 30 day limits, and GO day di verse tours of the East, including coastwise ocean trip. These rates afford the best chance in years to make that long desired A. " r.asiern xour. Western Tours: Very desirable tourist rates daily all sum mer to tne raciiie Coast; for instance. $00 round trio, and rn special dates only $50. A complete scheme of tours Throurh Yellowstone Park for any kind of an outinrr iournev low excur sion rates to Scenic Colorado, Big Horn Mountains, Black Hills and Thermopolis, Wyo., one of the greatest hot springs sanitar iums in the world. Call or write describing your trip and let me help vou plan it, including all the available privileges, etc. W. E. Snethen, Agent, Dakota City, Nebr. L. W. Wakelei, G P A, Omaha, Neb 1004 Farnam street. Right Now Good Lawn Mowers at $3.00 Better Ones at 5.40 $8.00 Values at 0.75 $10.00 Values at 7.75 Grass Catchers. Shears, Hooks and Lawn Rakes. Quality Goods at Right Prices. 1 Edwards & Bradford L'mb'r Go. P Dakota, City, Nb. --44- j Klritt publication S-17-lo Hvh AU'LICATION K0H LKjUOU LICENSE, Notice Is hereby Klv.ni that on June ITth. Ililil. Kreil (1. Milliard llleil with the vllluut' clerk of Hiikota City. I'likotii County. Ne- brtiHka, his nppllcittlon ttuil petition for a license to hell mult, nulrlliioim ami vinous lliiuom, nnd conduct a oulooii In mild vll liiKe, durliiK the INcul year Im'kIiiiiIhk on tlic nrsl Jiiesiiuy In .Muy, r.un, under the Inw of the male of Nebraska and the null- minccM of snlil vllltiue, In a biilldliiK located on pin t of lots 1 1 and hi. In block I Ml. Any nnd all objection to the Kiantlnu of sind license Hhould Ih on II e with the vlllnui clerk of said lllntfe on or lie (ore July N. I'.iM, r kkii ii. Ktanahp. Applicant I'lll. I'l.KY, llhllte ('let k. lhited this 17th ilay of June, I'.'I'i. Klrst publication a-lJ-lo UwW NOTIC'K UV TAX DKKD To Ann. Kount.e, John (i. linden and corKiiuiiy, in wnosii imiiies title appears on record , mm an pci-sonn lutei'eted In lot one 1I1 Mock one hundred seveuty.nlni' 1 IT'.i i, nnd In Aim. Kouut.e. ImUotn County nun .1011 11 1 ,. mile 11, mid to 11 1 1 persons I nl er ested lii lot I mo i?i, block otic hundred scv enty-nlne I liW), all In liakota City, Ihikotu county, Neb., you nnd each of you will Ink notice that 011 the Inth day of SepteuilM-r, I'.iw. wiiiiaui liieiiiiiiuii purchased ut prl vute tax sale from the treasurer of liakotu county, Nebraska, for the taxes due and delinquent thereon for the years 17; to I'.mI. inclusive, tne rollowliiK real estate In ia knta county, Nebraska: Lots lands, blink 17V, liakota City, Nebraska; that said lots were assessed In no name whatever Iu the yearn 1177 to I'.nsl. Inclusive, nnd that mild lots were taxed for the years 177 to III elusive, nnd that said William lllei lualill w ill apply for a deed for said lots under mid tax sale and certlllcale on or before tho Ind any ol October, IW'i. William Hiihmakn. Owner ol said certltlcate liatea this 131 h day of Juno, iviu, ! II) ID Z E '',?.- M r r W I r : M M " 1; . ' This V2-'m. Coucurd Harness No. 70 no collars $31 Our No. 179, 1,'4-in. Concord, with flat backs, a better job $35 Sttxrgcs Bro 41 1 Pearl St w bioux City i -- PAUL PIZEY, j- Dakot Citti Htm. i l 'XXkl'VOVC Bonded : Abstracter ALFRED PIZEY, 608 Metropolitan Blk. Sioux City. Iowa SK"