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Dakota County HeraldlJ
10HN II. REAM, PUBLISHER Subscription Frice. $1.00 Per Year. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota City, Nebraska. Permission baa been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mans as second-class matter. Telephone No. 48. Dahiman must hare been playing endorsement for vlmn Im save bis testimonial to that cnre for the liquor habit. xtn.o W.rnpr. of the Lyons Mirror, bas, unsolicited, taken np the cudgel in defense of Big Mabel" Moore of old Covington fame. There is some excuse for a "being" defending people of that character when it is getting three or four hundred plunks for so doing, but when a man makes a fight . .noli nannln cf his own free will and accord, something is radically wrong. K 0l HOMOMOK W 3Ki W) mj Items of Interest S ?rom our Exchanges I Newcastle Times: Joe Cryan down to Jackson Tuesday but be will come back. was afternoon. Silver Creek items in Fonca Leader: RjT Kemper was transacting business in Hubbard, Nebr, last Friday. Ralix items in Sloan, Io, Star: Rus sell Ltnkswiller of Winnebago, Nebr, spent Snnday evening with Mr and Mrs 8 D Cone. Sergeant Bluff items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Merrill lirassfleld returned to his home in Nebraska Saturday after a visit here with relatives. NEBRASKA That Nebraska is wholly an agricul tural state is an impression that very generally obtains. It is true that Ne braska's prosperity rests primarially upon the aoil, but the name is truecf every great section. It is true that Nebraska's prosperity, more, perhaps, than any other state, does and always will depend upon agriculture. But Nebraska is more than an agricultural state it is developing along manufac turing lines at a wonderful rate. It may be news to most people that there are more people in Nebraska making a living apart from agricultural pursuits than there are who derive a living from agricultural pursuits. There are more wage earuers, professional men and peoole engaged in domestic serv ice in Nebraska than there are en gaged in farm pursuits. This is indica tive of two things . First, that there is now and always will be a great and growing home market for agricultural live stock products, aud, second, that Nebraska is rapidly developing along indnstrial lines. 1909 the manufactured products of Nebraska mostofthern manufactur ed from rw products raised in Ne braska readied the enormous total of $'200,000,000 in round numbers. This does not include the product of the printing offices, of several hundred isolated industries located in small towns, or finished products made in homes and put npon tho market. If these were included tlie total would easily reach (250,000 000. In 1900 there was paid to wage earners in Ne braska, exclusive of domestic service, upwards of 130.000,000. Every step forward in the development of Nebras ka's manufacturing lesources means an advance step in agricultural develop ment. Nebraska should, and in time will, manufacture the raw products into the finished product, iustead of shipping the raw product east to be manufactur ed and then buying it back, paying freight charges both ways and leaving the profits of manufacturing in the east. Today Nebraska is manufactur ing in marketable quantities every' thing fruni automobiles to zwiebach. Nebraska flour is standard the world over, and the milling industry is grow ing by leaps and bouuda One of the largest manufacturers of windmills, pumps, etu, in the United mates is lo cated in Nebraska. Oueof the largest sugar factories in the world is about to begin business iu western Nebraska. The solnti n of the fuel problum is at liana in t lie suape ot water power along NubrnHKivn numerous streams The Loup, the Niobrara, the Blue and the Platte rivers offer power in almost unlimited quantity. The raw product for the manufacturelof flour, woolen goods, shoes, cereal products, confeo tions, etc, are produced iu abundanoe in Nebraska. Oa the whole Nebraska offers a bet ter Held (or luvesttuent along manu facturing lines than almost any other state in the Union. Iu 1909 Nebraska flouring mills ground and shipped by rail upward of 40,000,000 pounds of flour. This would make a pile of 60 pound sacks more than 320 miles high. Iu 1909 the output of Nebraska gar ment factories exceeded 13,000,000 and the business is growing rapidly The dressed ment products of Ne- braska, made almost wholly from Ne braska-grown live stock, exoeeded $90 000,000 in value, filled 22,000 refriger ator cars, making a train nearly 200 miles long - The center of the world's greatest agricultural region it is only i.ntural that the manufacture of agricultural implements should be a great and growing industry Nebraska is rapid ly achieving distinction in this line, and the opportunities are almost be yond computation. With the rapid development of her magnificent water powers, the enterprise of her citizens and the enormity of the raw material raised upon Nebraska farms, Nebraska is bound to develop along manufactur ing lines even as she developed aloug agricultural lines and Nebraska's ag ricultural development baa been the wonder of the world. Every progressive city in Nebraska has a commercial club, and the secre taries of these commercial clubs will gladly give information to intending investors. Free factory sites, local capital aud local patronage are ad vantages offered by soores of live Ne braska cities to men wuo seek new and broader fields for manufacturing enterprises. n Fishing Season Is On In North ern Wisconsin Lakes At many of the lakes and streams in Northern Wisconsin along the Omaha Itoad, big catches of Bass, Trout, Pike, Muscallonge and Crappiea are being reported. The weather and water con ditions are just right, aud now is the time to pack your fishing tackle and write or wire for accommodations one or other of the fishing resorts while the season is at its best. The lakes near Turtle Lake, Cumberland, Shell Lake, Hayward, Cable, Bolon Springs, Chekk. Birchwood, ltadisson, ltioe Lak and New Auburn are all well stocked with the gamieet varieties of fresh water fish; the hotel aceommoda tions are good and the prices reasona ble, llefore planning your trip, write for our outing folder "Caming, Fishing and Hunting in Northern Wisoonsiu. It will be mailed free on request. T W Teasdale, General Passenger Agent, Omaha (voad, St Tsui, Minn Thurston items in Pender Republio: Miss Violetta Nash came borne last Friday evening to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mrs Albert Nash. Ponca Leader: Mr and Mrs J P Mc Intyre went to Nacora, Nebraska, Wednesday to attend the lleenan-IIee- ney wedding. Miss Jleeney being a cousin ot Mr Uclntyre's. Pender Times: Sunt Voss of Dakota county, visited in this vicinity over Sunday . . . .Editor Hughes and family and Superintendent and Mrs Tarrant leave today for a sojourning at Crystal lake. Albaton items in Sloan, Iowa, Star: Miss Lillian Olson returned home from Homer, Neb. the latter part of the week . . . .Mesdames Herace and Ed Bakke, of Homer, Neb, were over Sun day visitors at this place. South Creek items in Ponca Journal Mr and Mrs Will Harly of near Hub bard, visited relatives hero last Sun day. ...Mrs O J O'Connor of Homer has recently sold ber farm on South Creek for a very fine price. Wynot Tribune: M J OeBterline and wile left today on their western trip and expect to be gone about two weeks. Upon their return Mr Oester ling expects to take a run down on the main line. His run here will be taken by Brakeman Beau who will move his family to this place shortly. Lyons Mirror: M M Warner and wife drove over to West Point to at tend on Wednesday the wedding of bis uieoe, Miss Florence DeBell, to Mr E V Youugquist at the home of the bride's father, Dr E J DeBell, Rev Clark the Episoopalioa minister of Rosebud, 8 D, performed the ceremo ny. The young couple their borne iu Carter S D. will make dent apprehensions by assuring him that Rtv Corkey would not steal the whiskey. Then, it is also reported that there was something doing about a lady's bathing suit that caught the attention of all the spy glasses on the lake shore, which we cau't tell any thing further about until next week. Winnebago Chieftain: Miss Mary Hermann went to Homer Tuesday...! Dell Boyd went to Homer Thursday evening, last week .... Airs J w rsunn was a passenger to Sioux City Tues day ... .Robert Smith of Homer drove down one day last week.... Mrs TT Harris was a Homer visitor on Tues day afternoon.... Lester Miller went to Homer Tuesday to do some carpen ter work for T D Curtis.... Mrs Ida Coleman was down from Homer Sun day, visiting at the Louis Herman borne.... Walter Niebuhr is a newly employed clerk at the Mansfield Mer cantile company's store. .. .Miss Ger trude Obmit went to SonthSioux City last Thursday to make ber grandfath er a visit.... Irve Obmit was down from South Sioux City to spend Sun day at the O E Obmit borne.... Mell Niebuhr and wife were down Sunday, guests at the H G Niebuhr home.... Mr and Mrs John Ashford's baby was quite sick on Thursday night of last week. It has fully recovered now ... . O T Claypool of Sioux City and Mabel C'lapp drove down from Homer Tues day, visiting friends in this communi ty '. ... Mr and Mrs J D Ohmit of South Hioux City, were down Sunday for a visit at the home of Mr and Mrs C E Ohmit.... U O Niebuhr, who has been down with pneumonia for several weeks past, is recovering as rapidly as could be expected.... J H Burcuio on Saturday of last week fell from a load of hay, a distauce of about nine feet and sustained a broken collar bone. . . . .Mrs Grover Davis and Mis RE Hagaman were down from Homer last Saturday afternoon, visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Lester Miller. ....Mrs Tim Murphy, and Mrs Thos Ashford and daughter, Miss Margaret Ashford, were down from Homer Tuesday afternoon, visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs John Ashford. ....Mrs Ray Mansfield and little son are in in Lincoln, visiting at the home of Mrs Sarah Mansfield and daughter, Miss Georgia. They will remain there until after the Fourth. .. .Merrill Brasnneld has returned from his trip to South Dakota, where he went to select a claim, to which he was enti tied. Merrill says he g.it a dandv He will go back to "prove up" in a few months. He has gone back as olerk in the Mansfield Mercantile Company's store. . . .John Ashford is having a fine cement block retaining terraoe wall built iu the front and on the north side of his new residence ou Bluff street the line of residences in this block presents 'a model citified appear Lours oi the morning that the merry crowd dispersed to their homes with the unanimous verdict that a most en joyable evening bad been spent, Two new Acme Queen Binders for sale at your own price. DO Heft omen. Ray Gadbors, of Sioux City, spent the Fourth at the George Hayes home, returning home Wednesday. He is a fireman on the Northwestern out of Sioux City, Geo Hayes marketed a car of fancy young cattle of bis own leeding In Omaha last week. There were 23 head in the shipment and they brought Lira about 30 per bead, at 8$ per lb. no ance oa the west, with the wall running entire length block. terrace of the CORRESPONDENCE Bioux uity journal, 1st : lue mar riage of Grover Widnev and Miss Bes sie Wilson, both of Winnebago, Neb, occurred yesterday at the couit bouse, Rev J F Kerlin performing the cere mony.... J Snyder who ffas committed to the inebriate hospital at Knoxville, Io, Wednesday afternoon by Judge rank R Gayuor, yesterJay was taken to Knoxville by Bailiff J M Wheeler. Waltliill Times: Geo Latuson and family expect to leave iu a few days for LIDorudo Hpriugs, Mo. where the? expect to spend a portion ot the sum mer.... Dr Ileum has fitted up his ollioe building to care for those of hi patients whese oases demand hospital treatment. He has outtitod a complete operating room aud will have a oompe tent nurse in attendance all of tbe time. Rooms for about twelve persons are available, divided into two sepa rate waras: one lor Indians and one for white people. This is an excelent idea. There are many oases of sick ness around here that are seriously complicated on account of having to be removed to the city hospitals, and since there is a plaoe here where they can have the same attention, it will mean quite a saving in expense and perhaps of pain aud life. Emerson Enterprise: A P Doran was in town last Saturday on business . ...MrsD Zapp and Miss Martha Zapp visited Tuesday and Wednesday witn friends at Hubbard....! he Em erson base ball team went to Jackson Sunday where they lost the game by score of 7 to 1. The boys have bee doing good work this summer aadhave won the most ot the games they have played.... A very pretty wedding ooenrred at the Crystal lake cottage of RbV Bray of Ponca, wheu Mibs Florence Kellogg was united in mar riage to Mr Willard Munson of Ponca Mrs O H Guffy sister of the bride and Mr Munson, father of the groom, were witnesses. After the ceremony dainty wedding dinner was served for the few relatives who were present at the ceremony. The bride is a daugh ter of J J Kellogg . aud has a large circle ot frieads who have known her from childhood. Mr and Mrs Ed Raymond are at sanitarium in Lincoln where the latter. wno is iu very poor health, is taking treatment.... llev Corkey and Prin cipal Kemp cut quite a figure at Crys tal lake lust week it the stragglng re ports oommg in are believeable. Rev Corkey happened to mention to the Democrat man, as they were leaving W ayne, that they expected to stop at Joe Banders Island. hotel, so to kee tuem away irom temptation we Rave him the keys to the by dad cabin but that didn't satisfy their curiosity Prof Kemp says they went over to the island just to "see what they had over there," and they saw it. After reoeiv ing numerous "shocks the pastor wanted to know if it was possible to get a morning paper. A gbntlemau at the same table said there was one in bis coat pocket, down at the boat house, if the stranger oared for it While Mr Corkey was in quest of the sheet Prof Kemp talked to the rotund donor, and informed the latter that his companion was a Pres byterian preschrrar. "Is that sol" ex citedly cried the evident sport, "and by George, there a bottle of whisky in tbe pocket or my coatr Frol Kern was able to quu.U the liquor man en- jKM WX XOl WjfM H00 Wj W, G0 HUBBARD. Ilarley'Ogburn shipped a car of cat tie Wednesday. A L Anderson was a city passenger Thursday. Dishes of all kinds for harvest use, at Carl Anderson's. Patsv Dugpran has been on the sick lint the past week. Hans Carlson aud Andrew Anderson came here to spend the Fourth with friends and relatives; the former from Omaha and the latter from Bloomflold. Andrew returned Tues day morning. Mrs C Thompson gave a reception Tuesday evening iu houor of her niece, who was married last week. Curl Fredrickson has enlarged bis harness shop by removing the work room to the rear of the building. Art and Guy Anderson came over from Waterbury to epeud over Sunday with friends and relatives. Work shoes for harvest wear, the kind that never hurt the feet, at Carl Anderson's. Marv Thornton came over from Sioux City to spend the Fourth. Mrs G Eble and children and Laura Beck left Sunday for a week's visit with Mrs Eble's parent's at Norfolk, Gilbert and Millie Anderson went to Wayne the first of the week to visit their sister, Ethel, who is attending summer school at that place. Quite a number gathered at the L Pederson home to help celebrate the Fourth. If you want to save some money on grooeries, tsarl Anderson oan no it lor you. A L Anderson was in Omaha the first of the week. Quite a number from here attended the celebration at Homer the Fourth George Jensen's house is ready for plastering. airs ximun ana uaugiiter, Uelia, left for O'Neill Tuesday, the former to make a week's visit, and the latter to remain a month or so longer. ueorge jorgunsen was a business caller iu Hubbard Tuesday. Furnishing goods for men and women, at Carl Anderson's. The .third quarterly conference of the Methodist church was held Friday afternoon. Parick Jones was a business, caller in the city Thursday last. Mrs Joe Leedom was a city shopper the first of tne week. Maggie Thorn was among the city shoppers Saturday. Everything in straw bats at Carl Anderson's. Those from here who shipped stock Saturday were J Uartnett, Mike Boa- com, Sam Thorn and J Harty. Patrick. Jones shipped a car of cat tie Friday, Martha Zapp of Emerson visited the first of the week at the Bert Francisco home. A fine line of matting in several nice Dice patterns, at Carl Anderson's. A new bridge is being put iu by the railroad company ou tue creek just east of town. mi . - - f iue weuuing unuoo given uy joe Heenau last Wednesday night in the Woodmen ball was largely attended and it was not until the wee ama' JACKSON. Rev F Leahy, a brother of Dr B J and E A Leahy, who was recently or dained for tbe priesthood at St Louis arrived here Wedcesday for a visit with his brother. Mrs Frank Kennelly and children are spending the week with relatives at Homer, Nebr. Fred Anderson and son, Fritz, re tamed Tuesday evening from an over Fourth of July visit with old friends at naux, lowa. Zita Clark is spending a few weeks1 vacation in the John Ronk borne at Bancroft, Nebr. Michael Kelly and daughter, Eva. of Fonda, Iowa, arrived here Saturday evening for a week's visit in the M Mitchell home. Jesse Hartson, who was relief agent here for the past two months, left Wednesday for Hubbard, Nebr. Geo Smith, our former agent, having returned. Margaret Quinn departed Wednes day for Fairbury, Nebr, for a visit in the home of ber sister, Mrs R W Mc- Hale. Mr and Mrs Allie Heath and chil dren, ot Decatur, Nebr, are guests this week in the Mat Zulauf home. John W Ryan met with a serious and painfu' accident last Saturday when in company with Johnie Walsh and a Mr GolliuB, of Sioux City, aud l j uartnett of this place, took an auto ride in the country, and when near Allen in going over a culvert Mr Ryan was thrown out, breaking hia leg at the ankle. Dr Leahy was sent for and after making him as easy as possi ble they put him on the Burlington train at Allen and took him to the bos pital at Sioux City, where he is getting along as well as could be expected. Nellie Teller returned Tuesday even ing from ttlctook, a V. where sue spent the Fourth. Born, to James Boyle and wife of Waterbury, Nebr, July 2, a son. Mrs Boyle was formerly Lena Teller James Ryan went to Emersou Satur day to spend the Fonrth and visited several days in the borne of his uncle, W C Ryan. The long dry spell was broken Tues day night when a fine rain fell which will do lots of good to the crops. Died, July 2, the Infant baby daugh ter of T H Sullivan and wife. Mrs John Ryan is enjoying a visil from her sister, Mrs AgneB Dunn, of Chaunoy, Pa, the past week. John O'Day of Danbury, Iowa, ar rived here the last of the week for a visit with his daughter, Mrs D J Connelly. Frank Hogan came down from South Dakota last Friday to spend the Fourth with bis folks. He reports the crops looking well in Dakota notwith standing the long spell of dry weather, Chas Barratt and wife of Sioux City, and Mrs Pat Barratt and son, of O'Neill, Nebr, were guests in the John Brady home over Sunday. Ed T Kearney and daughters, Ger trude and Editha departed Tuesday for a visit with bis mother, Mrs Marga ret Kearney, at Pinckney, Mich. Misses Ruth and Winfred Bussey, of Sioux City, spent the Fourth at the academy here. Jackson was almost deserted on the Fourth, many going elsewhere to cele brate. Quite' a few went to Ponca, and more to Sioux City to see the ball games. Mrs Geofge Mongar and children spent a few days the last of the week with relatives at Waterbury Nebr. Helen Riley went to Ponca Satur day evening, to speud a week with the Misses Alice and Gertrude Scollard. Marie and Joseph union spent over the Fourth with relatives in Sioux City. Dean Carroll of Sioux City arrived here Saturday for a visit with bis for mer school mate, Joe Ryan. W W Sheohan has improved his property by having his residence and outbuildings painted. Newbum, Walt Smith, Dr Stidworthy, Grover Davis. B McKinlev. E J Hmith and family, Maggie Murphy, W E Voss, T D Curtis and about a hun dred others, who all thought it was the greatest sight they never saw. George Lampson and family of Walthill, left Wednesday for the Ar kansa Hot Springs, George being threatened with dropsy. He is a Da kota county man, seeing the light ot day here some 50 years ago. Constable L J Goodsell, on Satur day took Elija Otterbeck to Dakota City, he bad been bound over to the district court by Judge Curtis, before whom be plead guilty. ' Robt Sinclair of Dakota .City, an erst while Omadi precinct man was in Homer Saturday and filed bis applica tion for the marshalship. Fred Kipper returned from bis trip to Dixon County, Nebraska, Friday. Freda Stading, of Newcastle, Nebr, visited over the 4th with her girlhood friend, Mrs Hattie Kipper Mason. Miss Helen Bolster, of Des Moines, Io, arrived home Sunday to visit her mother and take in the best 4th of July picnic in three states. Howard Bancroft of the Winnebago Chieftain spent the glorious .Fonrth in this place. Homer and all the country adjacent, got a good rain Tuesday evening. Fred Kipper drove out to Luther Heikes' and Uncle Jake Stallmus homes Tuesday accompanied by Giles Polly. John Burcom and Dave Lane, of Winnebago were in Homer Wednes day Raymond Smith is spending the week visiting at his aunts, Mrs Alfred Harris Paul Chester, is wearing the mar' shal's star, during the absence of Mar shal Keefer. Airs T U (Jurtis and JVlariou are ex pected home from Lake City, Iowa next Friday. Horace Monroe, Auditor of the Ed wards iX Bradford Ltumuer company cameiu from bis field Saturday night to take in the 4th of July celebration Col Jakie Sides was down with bis auto the 4th. Nick Maher, Dakota county's old time sheriff, was at the Homer cele bration. Mrs R J Jones of Omaha, arrived on the evening train Tuesday, accom panied by her little daughter and mother, Mrs Jas Harris. Mrs Jones recently went through a very serious operation at one of the hospitals in Omaha. J J McAllister, county attorny, was in Homer Wednesday a m, on official business. L J Goodsell. constable, Ira Keefer, marshal, and others went to Tekaruah Tuesday as witnesses' before the U S court ! SATURDAY SPECIALS I i I i aft I I I I I I Scvturday, July 9th A good Dress Shirt for 35o 3 pair Shoe Strings... 5o A package of Pins ; 4-C All Laces up to Sc, for 4-c 4 Bottles of Catsup for 25c 25c package of Oats for 20c I I Stxturdvy, July ICtK ! A Good Clothes Line, for 10c I A Can of 10c Corn, for 7c J A highly perfumed Toilet Soap, for So f A can of 20c apricots for ". 15c A can of 25c Baking Powder, for 20c 15c off on all Low Shoes and Slippers I A. Stinsoni S. Dakota City. Nebraska aft I THE HERALD For All tHe News when it IS News sncl only 1 pes yr SALEM Clay Armbright and parents drove to the John Oritz home below Homer in Clay's new auto Sunday, to spend tbe day. Hugh Graham has begun the ereo tion of a large new baru on his farm. It will be 40xG0. Juke Stallmus just finished harvest ing the finest Held of alfalfa hay thai was raised in this locality. He had nineteen acres that yielded 5 tons to the acre, and he got it up without a drop of rain. A number of the farmers began har ve&ting their small grain this week. Get married and have your wedding photos made at the De Luxe, we make the latest styles and our prices are be low all. For group or school photos, see us first. De Luxe Studio, 405, 4th street, Sioux City, Iowa. No matter how tou make it, No matter how you bake it, No matter what it costs you, You cau't beat Tip Top Bread, Made at Metz' bakery, For J Van de Zedde. Buy a good farm on the county bottom. I have it. Dakota Eimers. HOMER. Leon Ream, of Fender, Nebr, ao compauied by bis family spent sever al days here the past week with his mother, Mrs Henry Ream, and sister, Dr Nina Smith. A A Bancroft, renter on the old Julius Meuseuhoeler farm, on Fiddler Creek, was a business culler in Homer Friday. Joe O'Doll and Felix Chappelle, of Blvbum. were Sioux City visitors on Saturday noon s train. Mrs Gal Rockwell was a north bound passenger on .the noon ilyer Saturday. Nelson R Smith was a Sioux City shopper Friday. Nute Crippon and wife were Homer shoppers Friday. John Alam, a merchant at Wince baKO. was transacting business in Homer one day last week. Tuoinas Ashford autoed to Winneba go Friday, on business. Thomas Murphy, has sent to Dallas, S D, for his car. Mrs John Clayton, is enjoying a vis it from her sister, of Cody, Mrs A D Cole wife of a foiraor county judge of Dakota county. Mrs Clayton leaves soon for a visit back to the old home in Pennsylvania. Charley Voss was Sioux City call er Saturday morning. Those from here who took in the aviatiou meet in Sioux City latit week were Johu Harris and wife, Will Lea rner, Mrs James FolU and daughter, Mollis. Mrs Chris Rasmussen nd children, Chaa Dodge and wife, Frank I am here to stay, I'm glad to say, , With Rawleigh's goods the Best Satisfaction or No Sale. Phone 18, S H Moore, "The Rawleigh Man." Kozy Studio has moved to 3rd and Jackson streets, Sioux City. Making photos in all sizes and at a very low prioe on cabiuets. Now is your time to bring in the babies. Our prices al ways the lowest. Work guaranteed. Ayer's Hair Vigor STOPS FALLING HAIR DESTROYS DANDRUFF AN ELEGANT DRESSING MAKES HAIR GROW Ingredients: Sulphur. Glycerin. Qulnln. Sodium Chtorid. Capsicum. Sage. Alcohol. Water. Perfume. Ask your doctor if there is anything injurious here. Ask him also if there is not genuine merit here. Does not dolor the EHlair J. O. Im I nariHl. Lowell. Mm. I Island 3f Beach 3? Hotel I Now J. S. SANDERS, Proprietor. PosTorricc address: Sioux, nebr. Open, for Summer Seetsorv 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 Zfie 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 1 r ratronize tiome industry buy your msats of Wtn LORENZ, Proprietor of City Mekt Market 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 1 1 :! i I - w 'aeiai vr"a" 'r wi - fr.s ecurity For Your Live Stock of every kind, and for your fields of growing crops, is what you want, and what you have a right to expect, when you buy fence. A fence that a bull can break through or break down is not worth paying good money for. You want weight in the fence you buy, weight enough to turn the heaviest Percheron or stop a "devil wagon. Now, it is a fact and you should know it that, per running rod, you obtain the most weight io wire that is given in any fence, in the celebrated RIAW It U made on parpose to be the heaviest, most durable and lasting of any fence at any price. It is made and sold in larger quantities than any other two fences in the world, solely on its merits. 1 ha makers ot AMERICAN FENCE own and operate their own iron mines and furnaces, their own wiro mills and six immense fence factories. Their product is the acknowledged STANDARD 'OF-THE WORLD We caa show you this fence in our stock sod explain its merit! and superiority, Dot only In tbt roll but in the field. Come and see us and get our prices. ED. fgt IB. Hbr. Co., Hxibbtxrd. Nebr.