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Dakota County Herald
JOHN H. REAM, PUBLISHER utxHiription Trice. $1.00 Ter Year. A weekly newnpuper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission ban been granted for the transmission of thii paper through the mans as Becond-cldss matter. Telephone No. 43. joying a Tisit fiom his mother, airs who has been a visitor at the Lay Aimed J Beam of Homer.... Jndge liome for tue past.two weeks, return- Graves and son Qny. were up to Dako- ed to her home in Buds, 111, on Mon- ta City Monday. They were also over day. to Sioux City. The village fathers had the streets mowed the laitt few days. This is a Balix items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: move all should apprecuto and go and Miss Loon a Heikes, of Dakota City, do likewise. Cut your weeds. The rrohibitionists have issued a call for their state convention to be held at Lincoln. Tuesdav. July 2Gth. Dakota county is entitled to two delegates. Senator Burkett'a Record In the Ses sion of Congress Just Closed. Senator 13urkett goes home feeling well satisfied with his work during the iHt BPBsioD. lie is greatly pleased over the ranch cood legislation that has been enacted, and says that during bis twelve years in Congress there has never been a session when so much good progressive legislation has been iaeed as at the one just closing. Iu ddition to the general public legialu tiou he says there has never been a aesMon wi.en he was called upon t so much special legislation forNebras ka as at tins one. The Congressional Record show that the (Senator has been a busy man for he has introduced 147 bills, offered 15 amendments to the legislation pending, presented over three thousand petitions from constituents to the Men te, addressed the Senate on 62 differ' ent occasions, that he never missed vote, except on the 80 of May when li whs making a flying trip to Lincol for Lis Decoration Day address. The Ilecord also shows that he pass ed 24 special pension bills for the old tioldiers, secured an appropiation $100,000 for the Lincoln Tost Oflice building, $15,000 for a sight for a pub lio build. ng at Gbadron, $25,000 for a rille range in Nebraska, an appropria tion to build employes' quarters, a blacksmith's shop and a Superintend ent's cottage at the C-enoa Indian (School, 125,000 to estaliHh a fish latchery in Nebraska. Also that he passed his bill giving neuters on reclamation projects the right to transfer their title after they had lived there the period required for homestead entry, notwithstanding the fact that they had not proven up their case nnder the reclamation law. Also he passed the Omaha Indian Bill for the settlement of the aocounts of the Omaha Indians with the govern ment. This is a matter that has been pending iu Congress and that different Senators and Representatives have In en trying to enact into law for the last dozen or fifteen years. lie also passed a law permitting the Indiana in IUchardson County to coop Yate with the citizens for the draining of the Nemaha Valley, amended the federal conrt law and secured a favor able report upon his bill for the estab lishment of a School of Forestry at vNebraska City. Also a favorable re iwrt upon his bill for federal boiler inspection of locomotives. In addition to this, several private -claim bills, et al. is here visiting her aunt, Mrs 8 D Cone. .. .Mrs S P Linkswilor, Mabel and Ralph Links wiler. spent part of Inst week in the home of Mr and Mrs 8 D Cone. Marie Linkswiler return ed home with them Saturday after at tending St Joseph s school. COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES A special examination for life oertiii cates and county certificates will be offered on Wednesday, July 27, and 'Thursday Julv, 28. No examination will be offered in life certificate sub jects at the time of the regular July examination, July 15 and 1G. At the special examination, Friday's program will be given on Wednesday ami Sat urday's program on Thursday. NEW LIBRARY LAW The 8chool Library Law that be came effective iu July, 1007, provides that the Fchool board or the school trustees of every school district with in this state shall set aside an nually from the general funds collected for the use of the district the sum of 10 cents per pupil to be invested annu ally in books other than the regula textbooks. It is the duty of the Coun ty Superintendent to see that each di rector makes, the proper report on nchool libraries, othe information can be given to the State Superintendent when he calls for it this summer. Many new teachers are desiring to know whether Morningside College is equipped to give the normal training required by sections 7 and 8, subdivis ion 9a, school laws of Nebraska, and therefore, give the letter from our State Superintendent: My dear Superintendent I have yours of the 10th inst. I do not think the Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa, is prepared to do normal training. We have no reports that would indicate that they are work ing in that direction. South Creek items in Ponca Jonrnal : Michael ana Emmet Dillon spent Sun day on Crystal Lake. ... Minnie Mul tally is visiting with Marjorie Carpenter at Vista this week.... A large number from South Creek attended the mission at Vista last week .... Mr M J Dillon visited at Jackson last week and also attended the graduation exercises. Kiudc 1J Clarion: Among the buildings iu the course of erection at Fiske, is the Saskatchewan Llevatcr Lumber plant, which when completed is going to be the best equipped retail yard on the Qoose Lake line. Mr D Uager being in charge of construction After completion it is guaranteed that a well assorted class of high grade lumber which will be sold at compet ing prices. Mr Glasgow, acting manager. Wayne Democrat: Dr Leahy and family returned to Jackson Monday morning. .. .Mesdamcs Henry Ley and White returned from Crystal Lake on Monday, the former had planned to go hack on Tuesday but was detained here on eoconnt of the season social at the high school on Friday evening.... A dozen young ladies planned a jolly moonlight picnic at llressler's grove on l'riday evening. I hey took along weenies, bacon, eto and toasted them over a camp lire, lue fun ana frolic ending with a glorious auto ride home in the moonlight. Mihs Mary lierryof Lexington, Mo, and Miss Blanche lleikes of Dakota City were out of town guests, Emerson Enterprise : HO Linafel- tor returned Monday morning from a business trip to O'Neill. While there he sold his quarter section farm three Ltiles from that place receiving $17 per acre. .. .Monday afternoon at the English Lutheran parsonage in Sioux City occurred the roarriuge of Mrs Mary Merten Oifforn to Qeo Walway, the ceremony being performed by Rev lluber of that church. Miss Rosa Dahms acted as brides maid and Louis Wallway,ta brother of the groom, was the best man. Roth young people are well known here, and the groom, a sou of Wm Wall way, until recently has held a position in the Farmers State Rank. TJicyhave been spend ing the week with the brides' brother, W O Merten, at Sioux City, but expect to leave soou for a tour in the south. The young people have the best wishes of the Enterprise and many friends. Sioux City Jouurnal, 25th: Qeorge C Piootor, a brakeman on the Burling ton freight train No 91, had a narrow escape from death at South Sioux City yesterday morning and now lies in the Samaritan hospital as a result of his collision with the platform of a mail crane, l'roeiorwaa riding on the steps of the engine cab. leaning out from the engine and looking back along the string of cars which were being switch ed. As the engine pulled forward Proctor was caught on the right hip by the platform of the mail crane and hurled fifteen feet. lie was rendered unconscsioua and for a while it was thought he was seriously injured, lie recovered consciousness two hours after the accident. He was bruised about the head and body, but no bones were broken and Proctor will be around again soon unless complica tions develop. Proctor lives at 7111 Otoe street. He is married. Jakie Sides, the Lieutenant Col of the Salem good boys, was down to Homer, Sunday with his auto. W E Buckland of the agency, has quit his Uncle Samuel, and will re move to Homer as soon as be can get a house. Mrs Qeo W Ashford and little one, and Miss Hale, the nurse, returned Sunday evening from Lincoln, where Mrs Ashford had been visitmg her parents. Nadine'Shepardson returned Sunday from a trip to her great grandmother's in Salem. II A Monroe, auditor for the E & B Lbr company, departed Monday on his route in southern Nebraska. Sheriff Rockwell was in town Mon day on business. We are always glad to see our good looking sheriff. J A Singhaus of Tekamah, II S com miHsioDer, was in Homer and Winnoba- go Wednesday on official matters, driv ving from the latter place to Homer. Mrs Off Harris and children were Sioux City callers Wednesday. Walt Smith, Paul Chester, Lou Goodscll and about 75 other Homer sports took in the aviation (lights Wednesday, in Sioux City. George Raymond, an old time ball player, a full-blood Winnebago Indian passed away after several days of stiff ering. George bad many good traits and was at one time a fine ball player. being good in any position. May Altemus, of Dakota City, onnie down Wednesday to visit her sifter Mrs Audrey Allaway. Judge R E Evans, of the hub was in Homer Wednesday on legal matters her 3 year-old grand son, Thomas Ful- len. The little fellow had the whoop ing cough and later developed into rain fever which caused bis death. The Misses Mame Sinnott, of Le igh, Iowa, and Gertrude Collins, of Omaha, were gnests at a honse party in the McBride home the past week. Edward T Kearney and daughters, Gertrude and Editha, expect to leave Saturday eveniog for Tinckney, Mich, to visit his mother. Mrs Margaret Kearney. They expect to visit in Chicago also. Oertrude Hall spent Thursday with the Misses Jettie and Marie Ford, in Sioux City. Miss Mary Barry delivered a reci tation and Gertrude Hall a select read ing, at the Dakota County Home- makers club at Dakota City, Thursday afternoon. Minnie Piatt of Pacific Junction, Iowa, is visiting in the Frank Harris home. William Reninger and wife of Hub bard, were visiting friends in town Wednesday. Rev Fr Roche is in Omaha this week to attend the annual retreat of priests of the U1O058O, John W Ryan had a load of hogs on the Bionx City market Wednesday Jackson defeated Emerson in a ball came here Sunday, score 7 to 9. Bat teries Jackson, Marsh and Frye Emerson, Williams, Ryan and Kirwin. A large crowd witnessed the game. John Ryan, Ed T Kearney, Thos J Hartnett and L C Kearney attended the smoker given by the Knights of Columbus in Sioux City, Tuesday evening. CHURCH NEWS ' MITMODIST. Services at the Methodist Episcopal church every Sunday aa follows: Preaching, 11 a m ; Sunday school, 10 an: Class meeting 12 m: Eoworth League, 7 p m; Preaching, 8 pm. Oet married and have your wedding hotos made at the De Luxe, we make the latest styles and our prioes are be low all. For group or school photos, see ns first. De Lnxe Studio, 405, 4th street, Sioux City, Iowa. ADVERTISED LETTERS Remaining in the postoffice at Dakota, Web, for the month ending Jnne 30. 1910. John O Kelly Htelln MeUollum 2 J ohn H. Ream, Postmaster. It pays to trade at Vans, and b. sides he will give you, free of charge, a handsome chromo in the course of time. Go and see him. Mr Cnrtor I Mi In D I,av lle m lie nia ui i iiwicoi fromGur Exchanges 0C Jh 0MM if MA KM rtOK WW X Ponoa Journal: Mrs J R l'omeroy .tid children came home Saturday night fromla week's visit with relatives at Homer. Albaton items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Mib Lillian Olson went to Sioux City Monday from which place she went to Homer. Neb, for a weeks', stay with Mis Ed linkkee. Osmond Republican : R E Thomas id wife and li S Leed iu and wife visited I'lainview on Saturday ... .Mrs B S Leedom left on Tuesday for Cot tonwood, S D, where she will spend several days with the family of her son Pierce Leader: Editor B S Leedom, Alex Dockea and L E Mann drove down from Osmond in Mr Dockou's auto Tuesdsy. Editor Leedom was a pleasant caller at the Leader olline and congratulated us ou our new home. "Wiuuebsgo Chieftain: W E Buck land was a passenger to Homer Wed nesday evening.. . .T J O'Connor and two children of Homer were down Tuesday visiting, .. .Harold Londrosh was a passenger to Dakota City last 'Thursday, for a visit at his home. J'cnder Times: Attorney E J Smith was over from Homer, Monday..,. Miss Cora Barber of Hubbard visited if last week . . . .Leon L Ream is en- is as CORRESPONDENCE MMjMM0MMjWMMWMMOjI.MA HOMER. Alex Nixon was a Sioux City pas seoger Friday returning the saint day will iiuckland of the Agency was up Sunday. as we expecieu iiij cmutu came very near losing his alfalfa hay not dry enough wueu housed. Johnny .Nixon jr, was up to the me ttopolis of Iowa last Ihursday. John Dingwall, of Walthill, sistiug John Spaulding, the paper hanger for a few days. Miss v lrgiuia Brown w ho is to be the new deputy p ni, is getting ac quainted with the work in the post oflice. Gilbert Hughes gave his daughter, Bessie, a fine piauo last week, as a birthday present. Rev Phillips, our pastor, of South Sioux City, was down Sunday. Quite a number of the. young folks were down to Winnebugo Friday even- log. Harry Brown of Salem, was down in a bran new auto Sunday, calling at the Sam Browu home. Sam Purdy and family aud their sons aud families, who moved to old Missouri, last March, going by rail road, returned iu the sume way, lust Saturday, Rhue Altemus and family drove down to see Pa aud Mrs Allaway, last r riday. the farmers Exchange and OJ V Uonnor are putting in their cemeut walks. Harry Reninger and Chas Scott are doing the work. The Luth erau church will put iu their walk when this is completed. uu my, but now old umudi s coru crop is hoppipg these fine warm days. William O'Dell has just completed an extension of 20 feet and an "L" onto the rear of his saloon building, Eph Rockwell and Crew did the work in about 4 days. M J Her Hi to was in Sioux City niouuay on uv.siness. Tom Ashford, has the best auto in the oounty No exceptions. She's a hummer. Oeorge Warner was a Sioux City goer on Tuesday's train. . Mrs Lay, mother of our Charley, HUBBARD. Several from here attended the dance in Emerson Friday night. Mrs John Hartnett was called Sion City last week to be at the bedside o her father, who has been seriously ill for some time past. He was some what better the first of the week- Bert J; rancisco and lamiiy were on a fishing outing at Jackson lake Sun day. Anna Andersen was on the sick list the latter part of the week. I'etor Larson is steppiug high these days all on account of a little baby girl whicn arrived at their home last week . Services in the Lntheran church Sunday, both morning and eveniog. Sunday school at 10 o'clock, services at 11 o clock in the morning; evening services 7 :45 o'clock. All are cordial ly invited to attend these services. Rev F E Blessing. Mr and Mrs Sheehan wore south bound passengers Tuesday . George Jensen gave a dance lust Monday night. Grandma Duggan has been quite poorly of late. Deputy Sheriff Leedom came down Saturday to spend over Sunday with his family. Mr and Mrs Bert Francisco enter tained a few families Tuesday evening Tom Long had a car of hogs on the market Wednesday morning. Harry Rockwell was in the city Fri day. Bert Francisco and wife were visi tors at the Cobleigh honid one day lad eek. Joe Eble and Fred Shumucher were J nek son visitors Sunday. Anna Andersen is spending the week at the R Wilsey home. Laura Rockwell went to the city iuesday evening. C Dodge and wife visited from Sat urday til Monday in Redbird, Nebr, at the home of Mr Dodge's parents. Mr Dodge says he found everything look ing fairly well and he oiso tells us they huve had nice rains out there. We want your butter, eggs, and all kinds of produce, and will pay the highest market price. Carl Anderson. Nels Andersen surprised his family last week and brought home one of those dandy new buggies from Reoze iv Green's. W D Whitaker left last Monday. E L Poole succeeds him as station agent. Tom Fitzsimmons had tho misfor tuno to get his leg broke Tuesday. Dr Leahy has charge of the case. A large number attended the G Jen sen duuee Monday evening. Miss Rose Ileeney and Joe Heeuan were murried Wednesday in St Mary's cuiirch. May their wedded life be long aud happy is the wish of their niauy friends. Jim Barry of Jackson, wns in town Tuubday . The Hubbard ball team expects to p'ay Emerson July 4th Mrs Leedom drove over to Jaoksou Wednesday , Tom Long 'vas out exploreing the oountry Tuesday. J M Leedom came down Wednesday ou business. FIDDLER CREEK L E Priest and family spent Sunday at the Albert Robertson home. Ralph Gribble of Hubbard, is visit ing at the Ed Maurice home this week. Mrs Howard Kurtz, of Atwater, Minn, came home tojspeud a few weeks with relatives and friends. A little tots party was given at Chris Rasmussen's Wednesday of last week, it being their little son, Albert's fourth birthday. All had a very nice time, i Henry Suudt is doing the batching stunt at the Chas Dodge this week. N L Crippen and wife Sundayed at the A Bancroft home. Thorwald Ricse is doing some pa pering and painting for Chris Rasmus- sen this week. Henry Sundt visited with his parents near Dakota (Jity last Sundav. lie reports that his mother is very sick. Len Priest and Ira Thorn took in the big ball game at Hubbard Sunday. Mrs Viga Jensen, of Racine, Wis, is visiting at the Chris Rasmussen home. Elsie Wilkins went to Dakota City Saturday evening returning Sunday. Carrie Hansen, went to Dakota City for a few weeks visit with friends. Mrs J N Miller and babe, went to Lake View, Iowa, Saturday to visit and also attend the funeral of her cousin, Mrs Merl Jensen.' A dance was given at the Geo Jen sen borne lust Monday. Supper was served at the usuaf hour. AU depart ed wishing George many returns of the happy event. There wore 100 in attendance . Des of u JACKSON. Herbert Hull of Dixon, over Sunday in the home er, Leo W Hall. John lM Sioversou of Sioux was transacting business here day. John Bolcr. John Daley and' Ryan marketod hogs at Sioux Tuesday, E A Leahy aud little nephew, Nebr, spent of his bruth- City. Mou lt N City, Bart Leahy, departed Monday evening for St Louis. W W Sheehan and wife atteudtd the wedding of his Irother, Police Captain James Sheehan, to Miss Cor coran, at South Omaha Wedutsday. J M Bracnau is having some cement walks laid around his residence. Mary Moore as a guest in the J J McCarthy home in Ponca, the past week. Helen Kearney, who spent the past week with Helen Pelletier, in Sioux City, arrived home Tuesday, Mrs T B Jonea was called to Teka mah, Nebr, Sunday, by the death of SALEM Rev A B Learner and family of Moines, Iowa, are taking a rest couple of weeks at their old home. Clay Armbrignt, Lena Burber, and Freddie Beerman and wife, drove to Ponca Wednesday evening iu Clay's new auto. Bruce Learner, son of JS Learner, of Clinton, Iowa, who is staying at the M G Learner home had the misfortune of breaking his arm. Rev J Howard Stongh of Atchison, Kansas, spent a few days in this vicin ity looking after the interests of Mid land College. Clay Ambright brought home a new Ford automobile Saturday. He now has the envy of all the boys except Jakie Sides who is the busiest young man in Salem. The Social Dozen club of Sionx City met at the home of Mrs George Miller Tuesday afternoon. Mrs G W Leedom of Gregory 8 D, and Mrs E E Leedom, of South Sioux City were Sunday guests at the Bach ert home. Chas Blessing came near loosing his house Tuesday morning by fire. Mrs Blessing had lit the kerosene stove and gone into the yard for something and in a few minutes smoke was seen pouring from the kitchen. They rush ed iu and found that the stove tank had sprang a leak and the room was nearly all ablaze. It was put out by quick work ou the part of the family, but with considerable damuge to the kitchen. No matter how you make it, No matter how you bake it, No matter what it costs you, You can't beat Tip Top Bread, Made at Metz' bakery, For J Van de Zedde. I am here to stay, I'm glad to say, With Rawleigh's goods the Best Satisfaction or No Sale. Phone 18, 8 n Mooue, "The Rawleigh Man.1 Kozy Studio has moved to 3rd and Jackson streets, Sioux City. Making photos in all sizes and at a very low pnoe on cabinets. Now is your time to bring in the babies. Our prices al ways the lowest. Work guaranteed All kinds of ooal, feed and hay for sale at reasonable prices. Fiixds & Slauohtf.b Co. Tcxo E Blivex, Manager, Dakota City, Neb SOUTH SIOUX CITY From the Record- Mrs S. P. looking and daughter Helen, arc visiting at Chicago and Wisconsin. Mrs Bert Culbertson of Spokane Washington is visiting her sister Mrs Will Hogan this week. Mr and Mrs J. T. Wharton of Allan were guests at the home ot their son Elmer Wharton Tncspay. Mrs C. W. Suter and two children Ictt Tuesdav for Montana where they will visit relatives for a month. Mr and Mrs Harry Smith were in town over Sunday visiting Mrs Smith's parents, Mr and Mrs S. P. Jenkins alter their honeymoon trip. Mr and Mrs D. C. Wilbur are plaunltig to leave this week tor Hot Springs, South Dakota, where they will spend a month on account of Mr Wilbur's hsaltli, which it is hoped the Springs and a change of climate will benefit. H-L. Johnson left Monday evening for his new home on a claim in Sioux Conuty. Mr Johnson spent his his boy hood days here, cast his first vote here, and (or a time was one of the city's leading merchants. His place in a large circle of aqcuaintances will be one hard to till. Mr and Mrs Will V- Hogan on Sunday celebrated their third wedding anniver sary by serving a family dinner. Mrs Mary Kymil ot Homer, Mr and Mrs K.L Smith ol Sioux Citv, Mrs Kate King, of Cherokee, Mrs Kathcrine Hogan and family of this city were the guests. John Risk of Battle creek Nebraska, a twiner South Sioux city resident and well known here was the guest ol Thomas Monahnn Saturday Mr Risk wished to be remembered to old Iriends He said thnt while he was as yet a bachelor he does not expect to remain that very long Elmer Heudrix, who manages the Van Waggncn larin on Walker's Island, met with a peeuliar misfortune one day last week while putting paris ureen on his potato field he inhaled too inueh ot the poisonous fumes and as a rcsnlt suffered an acute nttack ot poisoning. He was dangerously sick for a short time, but with medical aid pulled thro ugh and is now nhle to attend to his work- onee more. Mrs E. E. Leedom went to O'Xcil Sutmday on a fishing trip. A party went to Willow Lake fourteen miles south of O'Neil, 150 bass being caught The parties consisted of Mr and Mr.i T D Stanley, Mr and Mrs Arthur Copper thwarz Ml of O'Neil and Mr nnd Mrs Leedom. Mr Stanley is an engineer on the C B & O and Mr Leedom is ti.-ing for him. Mrs Leedoin returned home Tuesday. The "Four O'CIock Club gave Mrs lilla O'neill, a former South Sioux Citv ladv who now resides nt SKI "th street in Sioux City, a pleasant surprise last Thursday afternoon when they met with Mrs O'neill for luncheon. " Those from this side the river present were: Mesdames J. N. Mullins, I lei man Pouts nnd J. H. Burke, of South Sioux Citv nnd Mesdames H. C. Maxwell, YY. L Ross, S. A. Stinsoa end George Unmet of Dakota City. Good Farm For Sale Off Saturday, July 2, 1910 sxt lO O'clock A. M. at the front door of the Court House in Dakota City, Neb.. I will sell at Public Auction The ROBERT BLUME FARM The west half of the northeast quarter, the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter, part of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 12; and the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section 14, all in township 27, north of range 7, east, in Dakota County, Neb Here is 194 acres of land of which 155 acres can be put under the plow. About 100 acres is now under nlnw nnd balance rolling pasture land of good quality; 2 acres of grove; 4.1. ! i. ! . 1 A ' - 1 , . , . Iv vine luiiy a.Lits in Mxiiun t is gooa urnDer ana pasture land) : story and a halt house with seven rooms; barn sufficient for 8 horses ; hog yard and shed ; granary and corn cribs. Farm A miles to school, V2 miles to Homer, 8 miles to Hubbard. Terms! $1,000.00 on day of sale, and balance within 40 days on delivery of deed. Right reserved to reject any ana all bids. FRED BLVME Attorney in fact for Owners. NACORA. (Iteeelved too lute fur ln.-t week i Mrs John Zastrow returned homo Monday evening from St Joseph Hos pital where she uudorweut u very serious operation six weeks ago. A shower was given at the Frank Heeuoy homo in Hubbard Wednesday in honor of Miss Hone Ileeney. Auditor Johnson was looking after business here Wednesday. Nauu Lurson of Maguet, is visiting her Bister, Mrs Wsllway. Mrs Volf and little sonwero Emer son visitors Wednesday, The Fishing Season is On In North ern Wisconsin Lakea At many of the takes and st renins in Northern Wisconsin along the Omul a lioad, big eatehes of Uass, Trout, Tike, Musuallouge ami Crappies are being reported. The weather and wuter con ditions are jnst right, aud now is the timo to puck your fishing tuekle and write or wire for accommodations at oue or other of the fishing resorts while the season is at its best. The lakes near Turtle Lake, Cumberland, Uhell Lake, Uayward, Cable, Solon Spiings, Chetek, liirohwixul, Kauissou, Kiee Lake and New Auburn are all well- stocked with the gamiest varieties of fresh water fish ; the hotel accommoda tions are good and the prioes reasona ble, before planning your trip, write for our outing folder "Gaming, Fishing and Hunting in Northern Wisconsin." It will be mailed free on request. T W Teasdale, General Passenger Agent, Omaha Uoad, St I'aul, Minn. Alcohol to Children Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very rarely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them. He will prob ably answer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the young. Follow his advice. He knows. J.tAwer Co., Lowell, Mas. The first great rule of health "Daily movement f the bowels." Ask your doctor if this is not to. Then ask him about Ayer'a Pills. Sold for nearly sixty years. ma tam Island 3? Beach 3? Hotel I Now J. S. SANDERS,1 Proprietor. PosTOFricc address: Sioux, Nebr. Open for Summer Season I Hotel accommodations to suit the summer seeker for rest and recreation. Airy, Cool and clean rooms make this hotel an ideal place to spend your summer vacation. Good view; fine fishing. Finest Bathing Beach on "Che Lake Bath house modern, with cool dressing rooms, clean suits and prompt and satisfactory service! Island Beach Hotel is the place to go, whether you spend an hour or put up for the summer. Follow the Island Road or Take a Launch at Crystal Lake Park I ! i S Patronize Home Industry buy your m ats of i I Win IrOREBJZ, I Proprietor of (City Meat Market Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand Cash paid for Hides and Pelts Agent goes on for Seymours White Laundrv. Basket Tuesdays and comes back Saturdays HA KOTA CITV N EBRASKA r Security For Your Live Stock f . 1. t- A t . . en Vou bu'fEi. 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