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uvula wi i iitbisai r, 10HN H. REAM, rUDUSHER g Subscription Price. $1.00 Ter Year. S .rumour "W1an& fi Lyons Mirror: Mrs Eunice Warner bo is holding down a claim near Stur- gis, S D, is here on a visit. A weekly newspaper published at Dakota Citr. Nebraska. Permission has been granted for the transmission of this paper through the mans as second-class matter. Telephone No. 43. Political InnottAcemcnts FOB REPRESENTATIVE, I wlh to announeo niyf If a a onnrtlilntf for th doimxrnUo nomination for repro. m.ntntlvn from till, tho Hlntt-enth (imirict composed of Thurston, OumliiB anil Dakota comitWu. mibjpot to ttin decision of the romtniz primaries and I ollrlt th vote aud InHUHiice of the deinwrnuo voier. P. I.. (4Ai.i.AiiKR. KonalU, Nob, Republican Mold County Convention The repub'icans met in delegate con yen t ion at the court house in thi place last Saturday afternoon, pnrsa ant to call. J J Eimers called the convention to order. The call was read aa published, and a temporary organization was effected by the selec tion of J J Eimers chairman, aad Burt Kroeseu secretary. On motion the delegates present were mode the accredited delegates of the convention, the motion also inclnd ing any wtio should come later. The temporary organization was made permanent, and a committee of one from each precinct was chosen to select delegates to the state conven tion held at Linooln on Tuesday. The oominittee presented the following list of delegates and alternates to the state convention, which was adopted : ALT. R MATES. O. H. Maxwell Win. ieainer Frank Hawyer Itev. J. I,. Phillip J.C. Smith chose as a central Pender Times: Jna Forest came down from Crystal Lake yesterday. Ilia family are enjoying an outing up there. rone Leader: Mrs Farewell and daughter from South Bioux City came this week for a visit at the Frank Rust home in Ponca. Ponca Journal : W J Armour and E Ellis were over from Allen Saturday . ...Dr G A Young and Oliver New ton and families returned Monday from week's outing at Crystal Lake Tbey report a fine time. WiaS Balis items in Sloan Io. Star: Joe McElnhree. of Beraeant Bluff, was here Monday repairing telephone lines . . . .Russell Unkswiler, of Winnebago, Neb, spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mr and Mrs B V Cone. Wayne Democrat: Mrs Henry Ley came up from Crystal Beaoh Tuesday to attend Chantauaua .... Homer Bcace is closing out his store at Crystal lake and will so to work for a while after his nioe long vacation at this popular summer resort. taken, at once to Doctor Johnson's office. He sustained a broken leg be tween the hip and knee, and a gash under the chin and behind one ear. Mrs Herman wa in Sioux City, re turning that noon. The little fellow convalescing quite rapidly. Ibis should be a lesson to boys who jump on wagons. The accident could have been worse, and doubtless would bate been, were it not for the fact that hi foot lodged so that the wheel could not turn. DKI.KOATKS. Wm. P. Warner W. H. Hyan Henry Hnimen .1. W. Hnzh'Krove H. V: Ilookwell lhe convention chose as a committee: J J Eimers, chairman; George Wilkins, secretary, and Wil fred E Voss, treasurer. The following pteoinct committemen were seleoted by the delegations from the different precincts and the chair man of the convention: Dakota W L Ross. Omadi T J O'Connor. . Covington H W Meeker. Hubbard John O Smith. 8t Jonn's Hans Knudsen. Pigeon Creek Wm W Reninger. Summit Clarence Hungerford. Emerson Ben Bonderson. The chairman and committee were empowered to fill any vacancy which might occnr in the list of candidates or committees. The following resolution was read by Judge R E Evans and unanimously adopted br the convention: Unsolved , Tliat we, the republican of Dakota county, Nebraska, heartily endorse President Taft, and commend his adminis tration for (ranting Into law ao many of the Koonevelt policies, universally popular with the masse of the American people. We approve the course of our Senator, Burkett and Drown, and the republican member of the House, In their stand back: of the administration. In urging and pass ing more benenclul and progressive legl lntlon, than at anyone session In history. We Insist that legislative re-apportlon tnent p one of the Important matter that should command the attention of the Leg islature at the next session, and we demand of our candidates for both the House and the Henate, that this be given prompt and earnest attention and effort We condemn the tfemofrntlo party tor using to pay political obligations, and for the purpose of constructing a political ma chine, the State Institutions, such as the Holdlers Home, and Insane Asylums, to the detriment of the Institutions and inmates, and urge Unit such constitutional amend ments tie submitted, and such legislation enacted, as are necessary to bring such in stitutions under a board of control, and in the future preserve tlietit from suffering ut the hands of Incompetents, nud political mismanagement. South Creek items in Ponca Journal Michael and Emmet Dillon were call ing on friends at Jackson Sunday...! John Dillon attended the institute at Dakota City Fridav.... Francis and Cornelius Sheahan spent Sunday in Jackson visiting friends.... Mrs Harty and daughter Charlotte, of Jackson are visiting her sister, Mrs Sheahan, Wvnot Tribune: Miss Gertrude Leedom of Osmond arrived here yes terday for several weeks visit with her sister. Mrs ired fry... .JKalpu H, flic- Cormick, wife and aon of Billings Montana, arrived here yesterday to visit their parents, H A McCormick and wife. Mr MoCormick will return at once to Montana while his wife will make an extended vtBit here. Hartingtoa News: Miss Agnes Bal lentine left Monday for Crystal Lake where she will spnd a few weeks She will also visit in Sioux City.. P Walsh and daughter Mary, of mta, Dakota county, arrived here Tuesday for a short visit with Mr Walsh sisters, Mrs Wm Markley and Mrs Wm Lo rang.... Rev Vonllagen and wife are taking a month s vacation in Minneso ta. Mrs VonHagan and children left Friday and the llav Genleman follow ed on Monday morning's train after having conducted services at Crolton on Snndsy. Sioux City Journal, 26th: Claiming they are being relieved of their money at a rapidjgait through tricky dealings, Charles W Felton, ijlewellyn James, John D Bloom andjLee Stevenson have brought suit against the a li uattie- Land company. A permanent injunc tion is asked. The action has been brought in the court in Dakota county, Neb. According to allegations those ho are plaintiffs in the action, prior to May 12, 1910, composed tue land company, but sold out to the defend ants for $30,000. A portion of the amount was paid in cash, and notes, secured by stock in the company, were givoff for the remainder. , The land concern holds considerable real es tate in Dakota county. The claim is now made that Harry Stoop, president of the said company ; George B Stoop, secretary, and other officers are selling the real estate which secures the notes, with the intention of defrauding the plaintiff.... Through the workings of some vandal seized witu tue desire to il . ATI 1 W go automobiung, tue nacuse-uunn oompany automobile agents bad a ma chine practically destroyed Saturday mailt. Oren Milne, manager or tue company, had driven to Homer, Neb, to demonstrate a car. A rain came up and be left the car in a building in a lumber yard and came back to Sioux City by train. W hen Mr Milne went to Homer Sunday to drive the oar back, it was missing. A thief had broken the lock on the door and in taking the machine out, torn away pieces of the building by his inexperience in driv ing. Mr Milne and men from the town followed the crooked trail left by the machine and about two miles out of town found what was left of it The car was lyinng in a ditch. The fend ers were broken off, the hood was bad ly damaged, one wheel was smashed completely, the engine was damaged, levers were Jjammed and tho whole machine was a sorry wreck. That someone in town succumbed to the fascination of automobiling, and, de spite the faot that he was an absolute novice as a chauffeur, attempted to drive it, is the opinion held by Milne. No clew of the thief had been discov ered yesterday. week for a month's visit in the statea of New York, Illinois and Ohio, where Mr Uagan has relatives living. A few new members have been ad ded to the Yeoman lodge. t Orandma Timlin was among , the sick the past week. Ladies' and gents' furnishing goods in all the newest styles. Carl Anderson. Ella Thornton came down from Sioux Citv last week to visit relatives and friends. Services next Sunday at the nsual hour in the M E church . Subject "What Would Jesus do?" a sermon lecture. All are cordially invited. Come and bring someone with you. Sioux City Journal 28lh: Raymond MoTaggert. 12-year-old son of A C MoTaggert, was kicked in the head by a horse Tuesday afternoon at the farm of his father, near Vista, Neb, and sustained a serious injury. The blow landed on the forehead of tue lad. crushing in his skull and pressing rlnwn nnon tbe brain, 'iue boy was brought to Sioux City and placed in St Vincent a bospital, wnere lie was onerated upon by Dr J E Jenkinoon, ... . i who removed pari oi tue uone anu Democratic Mass Convention The democrats of Dakota county met in mass convention, as per call, last Saturday afternoon. The conven tion was called to order in Paul Pizev's law office. On motion Jos Brannan was chosen chairman and Paul Pizey seoretary. On motion the following delegates were chosen to represent Dakota coun tv at the state convention at Grand Island: D C Heffernan, Mike Hynes, Jos Brannau. Arthur Campball and Thos Asnford. As alternates J J Mo Allister, J O Dnggan. H Stolze, Tom Sullivan and Carl Larsen were chosen while John Jenkins was chosen dele sate at large. The county oentral committ.ee from last vear was re-elected, as follows from the sever 1 precinots: J O Dug van. Summit: Carl Larsen, Omadi: H Stolze, Emerson; J M Brannsn, St John's; Henry Cain, Hubbard ; Chris Sorenscn, Pigeon Creek ; Paul Pizey, Dakota; John Krueger, Covington. Cecil R Boughn, editor of the Walt hill Times, will be our candidate for representative from this distriot at the primaries . Mr Boughn ia well spoken of by his friends from Thursday oounty. In the list of demooratio papers selected by Gov Bhallenberger to publish the proposed constitutional amendments. aDPears the North Ne braska Eagle, once the only republican paper iu the oounty, but now r The State Fair management certain y pulled of a good stunt when they secured the Wriaht brothers for exhi bitions in areial navigation each day nf the fair. Sept 5 to 9. There is nothing which is interesting the people of the country at tue present lime ao much as the air ship problem, and there are very few people but will be intensly interested iu Boeing the flights of the Wright's at the State Fair. CHURCH NEWS METHODIST. Knrvli-o at the Methodist Episcopal . . ...r HuildHV H fO lllWS: ITCHfll ..... ... ii . m: Kunduy aehoolat lo a in; clnss u m: Kuwortu League I P ui DlfBClilllgM V III. Hev. w. H. warren, rasior. LUTHCRaN. DAKOTA CITT Ilev.S. L. Keller. Pastor. Muiular nehool every Sunday at V:I6 a m .reaching t P BALEit l hiiw vr Sunday at II a m; Sun . . ....Hw .1 ltm in. .,"7... ii.t nunday In August (the 7tU) I The pubac" . eVoMrdittll 7 luvlted to .11 these elevated the crushed skull. The boy's condition ia considered serious and the ioiury may prove fatal. At the time of the accident the boy was harnessing the horse to a buggy. He was fasten ing up a tug when tbe horse kicked him. I CORRESPONDENCE HUBBARD. Charley Pounds had the misfortune to loose one of his horses last (reek. Johnny Barry of Jaokson, came over to take in the dance Tuesday, Another ball game will be played here next Sunday by Jackson and Hubbard. Cool underwear at Zero prices, at Carl Anderson's. -. The dance given here Tuesday night was a great success and the largest crowd in a long time waa present. Collin Brothers furnished the music. Hubbard will play Jackson on the home grounds Sunday, at 3 p m . Bat teries for Hubbard, Hale and Heffer nan ; for Jackson, Smith and Fry. A good game is anticipated. FIDDLER CREEK George Rockwell asa Dakota City caller Saturday evening of last week. Mary Simonson visited this week with John Jessen and family. Frances Sawyer of Homer visited last week with her friend and old schoolmate, Marie Nelson. John Johnson of Palo Alto, Califor nia, came out for a visit with his sister, Mrs Louis Rockwell. Mrs E V Maurice and daughters, Josephine and Clara, were passengers to Sioux City Wednesday. Will Biede and wife of near Emer son were over Sunday visitors at the Albert Schroeder home. Helen Rockwell returned from her visit in Chamberlain, S D, last week Little Margaret Ganaway, her cousin, of that place came with her for a visit John Lebahn and wife visited at the James Hendricsen home Sunday. J N Miller ate Sunday dinner at the Albert Robertson home. The big ball game which took place at the Chas L Dodge home last Sunday was well attended and all had a nioe time. Their 8cores was 4 to 6 in favor of tbe Fiddler creek boys. Lou Rasmussen was an Emerson business caller last week. Albert Robertson and familv went to the Indian pow-wow last Saturday. Elma FrederickBen of Hubbard has been visiting the last week at the Chris Ericksen home. A birthday party was given at the Heury Gloe borne last Friday in honor of their little daughter Minnie's 11th birthday. About 18 little girl friends were present. Ice cream, cake and lemonade were served for lunch. Victor Hansen visited with his cous in, Evan Rasmussen, a couple of days last week. While on his way to church last Sun day Lars Sorensen had quite an upset. Between the two Green farms one of his horses became'frightened and turn ed up a high bank and upset the bug gy. There was no one hurt, but the top of his surrey was badly smashed. go visitors Sunday. Mrs llogan re maining over for the week. Homer was well represented at tbe Wiunebago City pow wow Sunday. Everyone is two busy getting ready for the WOW picnio to make much news this week. Mrs George Ford visited a couple of days this week at the James Harris home. Sheriff J P Rockwell was down from the Hub Tuesday. Sherman W McKinley and family came in from tbe Rook county sand hills Thursday of this week, and will again make their home here. We all welcome them back. Will Buckland is temporarily domi ciled in the Jud O Dell house. Beth Barnes and his sister, Mrs Mary Crocker, were guests at the Nel son Smith home Sunday, Mrs Oliver Smith was a Sioux City shopper Saturday. Nelee Smith and T D Curtis took in the republican convention at Dakota City Saturday and also went to Sioux City for a pleasure trip. Clarence Fisher, wife and child drove up from Winnebago Friday. Mrs Harold Bougoua and children were guests at the home of Mrs lioug- ous parents Irom ounday tut Tues day. We have heard Rev Phillips of South Sioux City spoken of as a possi ble candidate on the republican tioket for oounty attorney. The republicans surely could do no better as Rev Phil ips is an able attorney as well as preaober. Mr and Mrs Dave Griffith, of Bly burg, were north bound passengers on Saturday, bound for Jefferson, S D, for a few days visit with fiiends. David recently sold his farm the old Jordan place at more than double what it cost him only a few years ago. They returned Tuesday. j SATURDAY SPECIALS j I i I I I i i S&kturdivy, July 3 OIK G loaves of Quality Bread , 25c A 25c Package of Oats for 20c 3 cans of Mustard Sardines for 23c 4 Bottles Catsup 25c 1 pound Cvn of Red Salmon 15c Mens' 50c Dress Shirt, for 35c 25 off on each Pair of Low Shoes I I I Sat.itxrcla.yt August CtH 7 Bars of Beat 'em all Soap 25c 1 3 Packages Tacks lOo 1 Pound of Stinson's 25c Baking Powder 20c 3 Pounds Gloss Starch.. 20c J Matches, per box 4-C . 35c off on each pair of Low Shoes 1 Gallon Can of Syrup ....35c 1 S.A. Stinsoni Dakota City, Nebraska I Abstracts of Title A ft 10.000 Surety Bond Guarantees the aoouracy of every Emerson Enterprise: The Emerson band will go to Homer July 30 where they will play for the WOW pionic. ....Mrs Alice J Aiadison. oi Aimes, is viHiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs I E Hollman, where she expects to remain through the summer.... Mrs Joe Harris returned Tuesday from Wayne where she has been at the bed side of her mother, Mrs Gardner, for the past week. Mr Harris was there Sunday and Tuesday, Mrs Gardner has been very sick for some time but is much better at present, .. .Mrs M McEntaffer was union surprised when about twenty five relatives and frieuds gathered at her home Monday in honor of her birthday . The guests brought with them dainty refreshments which after a social evening were enjoyed by all.... Mrs J A Ireland and Mrs Cath arine McPhorrau went to Ponca, Tues day eveuing to be present at the bed side of Stewart McPherran who is very sick. He is suffering from a paralytio itroke. Mrs Ireland returned Tuurs day evening and reports him as being much better, Bargains at Van's every day, Winnebago Chieftain: Mr and Mrs II J Russ and children went to Dako ta City last Saturday evening. .. .Mr and Mrs Marvin Armour, Aliss lUzzie McGlashan, and a friend were down from Homer yesterday, taking in the Indian celebration. .. .Kay Mansfield went to Isabelle, S D, Tuesday even ing. He went to atteud the town lot sale at that plaoe, and may decide to go there in the future to do some building.... Chas Smith and son Maynard, of the western part of tue state returned to their home yester day after about a week's visit with Mr Smith's brothers, S 11 of this place and E J and Walter E, of Homer. Last Saturday moruiug, while C I Hardy, the new blacksmith was going up Bluff street with his gasoline trac tion engine, with which he waa haul ing dirt from the hill, Paul, the tive year-old son of Mr and Mrs Louis Her man. lumped on the wagon tuat was being drawn by the engine, when Mr Hardy was pausing the postoilioe, in tending to ride on the baok of the wagon to his home. But when he stepped up on the back of the wagon, his foot slipped and became caught in the metal spokes of the wheel and be tween the wheel and the wagon box, twisting his foot and dragging him on the ground for a distance of about SO feet before the machine could be brought to a atop, as its driver could not hear the little fellow's cries, on ac count of the engine and knew nothing I of the accident until hailed from in front of the machine. The boy was Willie Heeney drove to Ponca last 8unday evening but we wont tell what for. The Latiies Aid will meet at the Mrs Freeman Rockwell s August 4th, Miss Anna Jepperson came down from the city. She will now make her home at Larson Brothers for the present. The ice cream social given Friday of last.week was largely attended end the proceeds amounted to the sum of $H GO. Mrs W D Whittaker came down last week to see pa and ma. County Judge Heffernan went at tend the democratio convention at Grand Island Tuesday Our grocery stock is right up to date, and we can better than duplicate the price of any catalogue house. Carl Anderson. Freeman Pounds waa np to see his best girl Sunday, and took in the ball game while here. Work on the hotel building is pro gressing slowly. Our postmaster waa out hunting pigs Tuesday, but it was yet daylight. Scott Rockwell was here from Color ado visiting relatives and friends the past week. Work shoes for people who work, at Carl Anderson's. Mrs L J Wilsey was on the nick list last Monday. Dr Lansing of Wakefield, moved in to the James Hogan house Wednesday That's what Hubbard haa needed this good while A doctor and a drug store. We would be pleased to see both here. W Dodge passed through here Tues day. He is the same W D. See our new assortment of lamps, something fine and tasty ior the long evenings that will soon be here. Carl Anderson. Charley Leondergan is said to be in a very critical coudition. Mrs J Kiilacky aud children visited at the John Green heme last week. The little son of Mr and Mrs Peter Johnson baa been quite sick the past week. Louis Pedersen Sundayed at tho Nels AnJorsen home. Overalls, jackets and work shirts at bedrock prices. Carl Anderson. Dick Rookwell went down to the county hub Monday, intending to go to Liuooln to the repnbuoan state con vention, but changed hia tuiui aud re turned home the same evening. Miss Johnson came down from the citv Tuesday to visit at the home of ber brother, Peter Johnson. The ball game played here Sunday butweeu Wakefield and Hubbard was the best vlaved came of the season. Hcore 6 to 4 in favor of Hubbard. Joe Hasan left Thursday of last JACKSON. Harvest is now on in this vicinity, the small grain being fairly good. Kathleen Brannan returned Satur day evening from a weeks visit with relatives in Sioux City. Mrs W J Riley and children depart ed Monday for a few weeka visit with relatives at Bancroft, Nebr. Mra M M Hickey and baby returned Saturday from a visit with her patents, Matt Byrne aud wile, of oioux City. Mrs T J Morgan and sons epent sev' eral days the last of the week with friends in Allen. Jas Reeder and sons, Charlie and Walter, were calling ou friends here Saturday. Mr Reeder formerly lived here but moved to Ohio and now he and his family have moved back to South Sioux City, Nebr.l where Mr Reeder expects to work at his trade, painting and paper hanging. J J MoBride and family, Mary V Qiiinn and Mame Sinnott are camping . ' i i r il 1 i mis wees a uryatai iaae. Mabel Austin, who spent the past two months at the Commercial hotel here, left Wednesday for Dakota City Charles Dngan spent Sunday with his folks in Allen, Nebr, Alice Demaray is spending a few weeks with relatives in LeMars an Seney, Iowa. Ed Allen was down from Allen Sat urday and while here he purchased Monaroue, the draft stallion, from James Flynn. Mable Riley departed Wednesday for Chicago, where she expects to visit relatives there and at Monmouth, 111 before returning to Des Moines where she is prepaiing for a trained nurse. Quite a number of the voung folks took in the danoe at Crystal lake Tuesday eveuing. The little 12-year-old son of Mr and Mrs M MoTaggart, of Vista, Nebr, met with a serious aocideut Tuesday, being kioked in the head by a horse. Dr Leahy was called, and it being so serious, took 'him to the hospital in Sioux City where an operation will be I performed. Ed T Kearney and daughters, Ger trude and Editha, returned Monday from a mouths visit at his old home in Michigan. While home his mother celebrated her 86th birthday and enjoys the best of health. Hugh McKeever and family of Wat erbnry, were visiting Mr McKeever's parents here Sunday. Orlando Garner and wife have adopted a little C-aionths-old boy from "the home" in Sioux City, Denis and Wm Kennelly departed Monday for South Dakota to live on their chums, which they took this spring. Mary Fleming of Laurel, Nebr, is a guest in the John Brady home. Wm Zulauf of Pieroe, Nebr; visiting his brother Mat Zulauf. SALEM Mrs Archie Coughtry and son visited in Dakota City Thursday. Wm Best of Homer, ia again a Sa lemite. being employed at the Olhe Fisher heme. Mrs Ella French of Minot, N D, for merly Ella Blessing of Homer, vtsited with relatives and old mends in oaiem this week. People by the dozen went to Winne- baco day after day last week to view the Indian pow-wows in progress there Innumerable sideshows and naked In dians furnished the varied attractions. Edgar Bierman, who is employed at the Chas Beermann home, met with an accident one day last week that might have proved more serious than it really was. He was loading manure onto a wasou when one of the horses kicked him and he fell under tbe wag on. The team started up and the wheels of the wagon passed over his body and legs, lie was quite badly bruised, but is able to be up and about again. I Abstract I make Successor to Dakota County Abstract Co; Bonded Abstracter J. J. EIMERS ! I You Can Have a Cool Kitchen IIOMEtt. Mrs George Drake yisited her par ents in Homer this week. Mrs Geo Ford was a guest at the T D Curtis home this week. John Welker and Bert Kinnear con template going to the soldier home at Hot Springs for a few months. Mrs Sondberry of Greeley, Col, vis ited lost week with her niece, Mrs Chas Uolswortb. Mrs Smith of Sioux City aud niece, Helen Dingman, ac companied her. Mr and Mrs Will Hogan of South Sioux City were Homer and Winneba- SOUTH SIOUX CITY From the Kecord George L. Boals last week put a new coat ol paint on the Mary Boals proper ty recently vacated by Ira veacu. MrsAL Mathwig and children and Mine Lucile Macomber are visiting at Aurelia visiting Mra Math wigs folks Mrs Tobn Mullins is at Marsland Ntlir aska where she is visiting her mother, Mrs H. C. Phillips, who has a claim near there. Joseph Clements started work on his new home on West Pulmer street Fri day. The cellar is dug and the lonndat ion is in place. The Crystal Lake Distillery will close down August 1st (or 30 da js any way during which time repairs will be made at the plant. Charles Westcott s new 7 room house in Railway Addition is well uuder way and Mr Westcott expects the plasterers to start to work this week Cement sidewalks were put in front of the C.J. Kloster, Mrs H. D. Middle ton, Chas. Waddell, E. H. Church and W. H. Mitchell properties on East Pal mer streets last week. Mrs John W Hazlegrove of this city and Mrs II Cornell of Coburn, left Thurs day morning tor Danton South Dakota, where their little grandchild, son of Mr and Mrs Fred Cornell is seriousely sick The Burlitigton railroad this week fenced up the road leading down" to Crystal Lake and parallel with their track at the west. This has been used as a road for many years and will be greatly mieeii. Mrs Martha Shane's new house on Bradford street is in the hands of the plasterers this week. Mrs Shane will commence the erection of another house tins week, just east ot the one now under construction. Ross Veacli broke the bones of his in step while at work in a wholesale grocery house last week by letting a heavv piece talt ou it. He is recovering rapidly from the effect of the accident and is up and around. The street department in order to lav a crossing to grade on rarnham strt-et was forced to take up a portion of the Foye track. The City council has asked the Foye management to bring their track to grade many times with out result Lew Mo Kinuey has been quite hick the past two weeks was taken to a Sioux City hospital Wednesday in an auto. His illness is the nature ot typhoid fever and it is thought being so much on the hike, where Mr McKinney oper ates a passenger boat may have caused it. A petition was circulated this week asking the Omaha railroad to buy the coal sheds ot the Edwards & Bradford Company and remove them to some other place as they obstruct a view of the track toward the east and help make the crossing at that place a dan gerous one. Mrs C. D. Smiley and daughter Helen while coming in from Crystal Lake Park one duy recently, driving the Smiley team, met with what might have proved a severe accident. At Ferry switch two engines were waiting lor orders and the team becoming tright ened plunged into a barb wire fence cutting themselves badly. The train men got them out. Mrs Smiley and Miss Helen escaped uninjured. Clayton Mayer, 8 years old, a grand son of Mr and Mrs F D Resscgieu of South Sioux Citv, waa killed by a block of ice when it fell out of a wagon in South Omaha. Word received bv Mr and Mrs Ressegieu over the long dist ance telephone. Tbe little chap was running in the street behind the wagon. He is tue son of Carl C. Mayer, mana ger of a piano company in South Omaba Mr and Sirs Ressigieu left Wednesday lor Omaha to attend tbe funeral. No matter how hot the weather, if you use a GclS or Oil StOVC They apply the heat, only where and when needed. Our line are all "quality goods," fully guaranteed. Take, for example, the "Insurance" Safety Gasoline Stove, it is safe, simple, durable and economical. We can show you why. Edwards& Bradford Lbr. Co. Hubbard Nebraska j Island SF Beach 3? Hotel I I J. S. SANDERS, Proprietor. postofficc address: sioux, nebr. Now Open for Summer Sc&sotx 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 "Ghe 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 I I I (Does not Color the trOair AYER'S HAIR VIGOR Stops railing Hair Destroys Dandruff An Elegant Dressing: Makes Hair Grow Composed of Sulphur, Clycerin, Quinin, Sodium Chlorid, Capsicum, Sage, Alcohol, Water, Perfume. Ask your doctor his opinion of such a hair preparation. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR (Does not Color the S"Uair J- O. ATM VMPKY. Ixwoll. Mun. M--t,. v''. 7 3 tarfcyearjook- is ready to mail. It will he tent to any person interested in fruit-growing on rtceipt of 7 cents to cover postage. Tha Stark Year Book for 1910 represents in entirely new idea in nurserymen's literature it is work of art as well as a catalogue of Stark Nursery products. Within its covers are 32 full-page illustrations of fruits and flowers, representing 175 varieties, done in four colors, and exactly reproducing nature. SI pages are devotedto descriptions, prices, and records. - Stark Delicious, the apple that has revolutionized orchard planting and established a new standard of apple values (selling at $10.00 per bushel box this year); Stark King David, another apple of wondrous quality and merit; Stark King Philip, a hardy black grape of California grape quality, and dozens of the very best things in the horticultural world are fully described, illustrated, and priced. -'- J . To any one planting one tree or many, of fruits or ornamental, this hook U ol inestimable value a horticultural text-book a guide to proper selection, wa ' Stark trees hare stood the supreme test of actual planting for 85 years they are the yard-mick by which all other nursery products are measured they are the first choice of this country s most successful orcharaistt, .The success of the orchard is dependent oa the kind and quality of tre planted. Stark varieties are the best of the bet J. Our record of 85 years of successful selling is a positive guarantee of tree quality. ' .-fc.. Bifori you itddi to hy, tend f ttntt for tkt Start w , itor Bwhdt U today hftrt tkt tdithm it thaiutid. q .