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C0G-C08 Fourth St' SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
Friday, August 19, 1910
B. F. Sawyer
Located on our twi premises and used
Natural Mineral Water
Unsurpassed In tbe treatment of
Heart. Btomaeh, Kidney and Lirer
MedtMte ChirfU. Address
DR. 0. W. EVERETT, Mgr.. Linooln, Neb.
We Lave sewing machine needles
and schuttles to fit any sewing ma
chine. You will also find a good line
of hardware, graniteware and tinware
at right prices, at Schriever Bros.
Oood winter seed wheat for sale, B
There will be regular meeting of tbe
Masonic lodge Saturday night of this
S A Stinson and wife returned last
Friday from a combined business and
pleasure trip to St Fanl.
Mrs Harry Hill came down from
Allen Tuesday to help oare for Mary
Easton, who is threatened with typhoid
Wm Weeks, who was here from
Cedar Rapids, Iowa, visiting his
mother and other relatives and
friends, returned home Tuesday.
Tho South Sioux City T & W En
voys, lost to tbe San Jose team at
Crystal lake 8unday by a 12 to 8 bcore.
The Envoys outhit their rivals, but
were unlucky on bases.
A E Christiansen and wife this week
moved back to their property in this
place, after a two years sojourn in
Sioux City, where they conducted a
general store. Mr Christiansen is
thinking seriously of starting a gro
cery store beie.
A saving of $50 was made to tbe
county by (Superintendent W E Voss in
holding a joint county teachers insti
tute with Thurston county. Hereto
fore it has cost the county $100, while
this year and allowance of only $50
was asked for. The joint institute
will be held at Fender this year, and
will open on August 29th. A splen
did corps of instructors has been se
cured for the session.
! SATURDAY SPECIALSi
Saturday, August ?Oth
3 Cans Polk's Best Baked Beans, with tomato sauce.. 25c
Howell's Best Salmon
Pure Cider Vinegar, per gallon
2 Cans Mustard Sardines
Old Grimes Sugar Corn, 3 cans for
S&turd8k.yf Aug. 27iK
1 doz. 32 and 34 Ladies Percale Wrappers, were worth
from $1.00 to $1.50 to close at '. . .59c
All of our Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords at 25 dis.
20 dis. on all Summer Wash Goods
1 gallon Table Syrup 35c
1 gallon Sorghum 45c
2 pkgs 15c Poast Toasties, for 25c
Dakota City. Nebraska
AMERICA'S BEST SHOW
-will be act
IDaltota. City. BJelbs
Tuesday, Aug. 23, 1910
The Show consists ot hign class vaudeville, acrobats, wire
walkers, blackfacesIrish song and dance artists, first class trap
eze performers, fine collection of trained animals, first-class mu
sical specialties, the
the best trained drill Shetland Ponies in the world, including to bring
Bargains at Van's every day,
Mrs Mary N Lattin returned home
the first of the week from Allen, Neb.
Mrs Helen E Weeks went to Allen
last week for a visit at the home of
Mrs Kate Nordyke.
Mrs Qertrute Best and daughter,
Neva, were over Sunday visitors here
If you haven't got time to do your
own shopping call up No. 1, and he
will deliver the goods promptly,
fjl'rof Lehr, the popular principaal
of the Pender High school, Sundayed
with his former pastor, W R Warren,
The Detroit gasoline and coal oil
stoves the best safe, durable and
clean. For sale at Fred Schriever &
George Qribble came np from South
Omaha last Thursday and remained
until Saturday with Harry Adair and
wife, at their Crystal lake cottage.
Mrs Frank Mahon daughter nt Sher
iff and Mrs J P Rockwell, returned to
her home at near Ponca last week,
having reoovered from an operation
performed at a Sioux City hoar-Hal re
Twin boys were born to Preston
Foltz and wife last Thursday night,
but the. little ones only lived a few
short hours on earth. Their many
friends sympathize with them in their
If your liver is sluggish and out of
tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti
pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be
fore retiring and you will feel all right
in the morning. Sold by all drug
Honest Bill's America's Best show,
which is now giving; entertainments in
this locality, will be in Dakota City
next Tuesday, Aug ajrd . iuis is a
high class show and is well spoken of
wherever they have given exhibitions
Remember the date, and bring the
chidren to see the trained dogs and ponies.
When the digestion is all right, the
action of tbe bowels regular, there is
a natural craving and relish for food .
When this is lacking you may know
that you need a dose' of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs, im
prove the appetite aad regulate the
bowelc Sold by all druggists.
Tbe new cement walk in front of
Jas Feuston's residence "vas finished
the first of tbe week, after a few days'
delay, on account of laok cf materal.
By the way, have you noticed the
large amount of cement walk that has
been laid id this place this summer,
and what a neat job "Deak" can do In
It begins to look now as though Da
kota City would soon have electric
street car servioe to Sioux City over
the Foye line in fact the manage
ment has promised to have tbe line
equipped to this place by tomorrow
night. However, the work of electri
fying the line is progressing rapidly
and in the course of a week regular
service will be put on. The rails
have been bonded to this plaoe and
the trolly poles are nearly all set, and
the stringing of the cable will be but
the work of a few days, and wheu this
is done a schedule will be put on this
place, transferiug to the Sioux City
Service Companies line at South Sioux
In writing to have tbe address of
her nerald changed from Hood River,
Ore. to Los Angeles, Cal, whither they
are removing, Mrs Charles Herrick
adds that "they have got all of tbe
western country they want, the wind
has blown for four months, but the
weather has been fairly cool and
they have only suffered four real hot
days In that time. Hood River valley
is noted for its fine apples and straw
berries and that is all you can say
about it. They ship their apples all
over the world . We leave here for
Portland, the 15th and go up the Co
lumbia river by boat; will remain
in Portland a week, and then sail on
tbe steamer Roanoke, for Los Angeles,
We regret very much that we cannot
be present at the Old Settlers picnic
but wish you all a pleasant time on
Wm Antrim and wife of Randolph,
Iowa, parents of Mrs Paul Pizey, and
David Kupatrick and wifo of Malvern,
Iowa, uncle and aunt of Mrs Pizey,
arrived here last Saturday morning on
a short visit. They left their homes
last Friday morniDg by automobile,
and when about six miles east of Win
nebago, Nebr, their auto broke and
left thin stranded on the prairie,
John Dueschl returned on Tuesday
to bis borne at Mapleton, Iowa.
Ed Bliven and family have moved
Into the old Adam Wenzel house.
L P Hall and family moved to Des
Moines, Iowa, Thursday to reside.
Harry II Adair attended the tennis
tournament at Wayne this week.
Buy a good farm on the Dakota
county bottom. I have it. Eimers.
A baby daughter was born to Mr
and Mrs Clyde Wilson on Wednesday.
Auctioneer II O Dornof South Sioux
Cjty, swapped yarns with the boys
Mrs John Nunn eame up from Win
nebago Tuesday for a few days visit at
the Ashley Londroeh home. j
Helen and Grace Rix of Wakefield,
were guests of their aunt, Mrs D U
Hager. a oouple of days tbis week.
It pays to trade at Vans, and be
sides he will give you, tree of charge,
a handsome cbromo in the course of
time. Go and see him.
Krake Walter and Miss Monta
Barnes, both of Norfolk, were joined
in marriage Wednesday evening at tbe
Lutheran parsonage by Rev S L Kel
ler. Geo T Woods, George Wilkius, A
n Baker, and Barney Gribble were
among those who went from here to
Sergeant Bluff to attend the Wood
bury county Old Settlers picnio Thurs
Kozy Studio ha moved to 3rd and
Jackson streets, Sioux City. Making
photos in all sizes and at a very low
price on cabinets. Now is your time
to bring in tbe babies. Our prioes al
ways the lowest. Work guaranteed.
The Salem Ladies Aid society of the
Lutheran church will give a cake and
fresh egg sale at Davidson Bro.'s Dry
Goods store in Bioux uty Saturday,
August 20, beginning at 9:30 a m,
Iu buying a cough medicine don't
be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. There is no danger from it,
and relief is sure to follow. Especial
ly recommended for coughs, colds and
whooping cough, Hold by all drug
Mrs Theodore Bliven and children
arrived home Wednesday from their
overland trip to Rock county. They
parted company with Theodore at Ran
dolph and took the train home, while
he will finish the trip by team aud
will arrive here tonight. They great
ly enjoyed their trip.
Tbe fierce wind and rain storm of
Tuesday knocked down considerable
corn in this vinoinity. Besides the
damage to the crops many limbs were
broken from the shade trees about
town. One of the big corn cribs at the
Fields and Slaughter elevator was
If Governor Shallenberger had
about thirty days more time to write
bluffing, boastful and boroBome if
not absolutely untruthful letters to
Wayne democrats, he couldn t get the
nomination for city soavenger in
Wayne on tbe democratic ticket.
Be sure and take a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with you when starting on
your trip tbis summer. It cannot be
obtained on board tbe trains or steam
ers. Changes of water and climate
often cause sudden attacks of diar
rhoea, and it is best to be prepared.
Sold by all druggists.
Wm Fast, who had been confined in
the countv jail for a couple of weeks
past on a charge of insanity, was re
leased last Thursday and turned over
to Calvin Martin of Thurston county.
who had made arrangements to take
him to his former home in Iowa.
Dysentery is a dangerous disease
but can be cured. Chamberlain's Col
ic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
been sucaessfiilly used in nine epidem
ics of dysentery. It has never been
known to fail. It is equally valuable
for children and adults, and when re-
uced with water and sweetened, it is
pleasant to take. Sold by all druggists.
Harry A Cheeney of Creighton,
grand master of Masons in Nebraska,
and Robert E French, of Kearney,
grand custodian of the order in Ne
braska, were in Dakota City Wednes
day, between trains, enroute to Walt-
hill where they went to constitute a
lodge of Masons. Judge R E Evans
and Walter Cheney, master of Umaui
lodge No 5, accompanied them to
Waltbill to witness the ceremony.
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I A 11 111 Oil
the Big Day
Pioneers and Old Settlers Will
Hold 29th Annual Reunion.
Hon John A Ebrhardt of Stanton, an
old resident of Nebraska, and an able
speaker, has been secured to deliver
tbe snnusl addreis at the meeting of
tbe Pioneers and old Settlers' associa
tion Thursday, August 25th. Tbis
will be welcome news to alt, and tbe
committee on speakers are to be con-gratalated.
Tho Glorious Harvest
Dakota County, as usual, at the way top'place.
A recent trip through Iowa, Illinois and Mich
igan disclosed no such corn. And we want to
loan you Cattle Money this fall to feed it.
Bank, of Dakota County
.jant ...,jmTi ., i 3
JOHN A. EHRHASDT.
Mr. Khrhtmlt, who hn consented to de
liver the annual nddrts to the Pioneers
and Old Settlor of l'nkota Uounty.nt their
Annua! Keunlon to lie held next Thursday,
Is a pioneer resident of Nebraska, resldlntt
at Htanton, where he has an extensive law
practice. Ho served his country during the
Civil War, and Is a pnst commander of the
O. A. K. He was also a member of Governor
. ill a. UVf WJIUI'MW UUX -U U (V UUtl'
ucat jugfciciam .mnin-a, auu a uuupc Frank Uroybill went down in his car
tbera here Friday evening,
ridins does and ponies, etc, that do trieks of all kinds and de
scriptions to please everybody. We also have Little Cupid, the
educated Shetland pony, or the pony with the human brain.
Free Exhibition Outside the Tent before Performance.
AdmissionAdults 35c Children 20c.
Honest Bill, Manager
but a tierce rain storm struck them
and they were compelled to stop, and
wait until tbe storm abated, which
lasted until morning. Tbe tires on
Broy hill's machine were badly dam
aged by tbe slippery condition of tb
hill roads, ine broken machine was
towed to this place Tuesday to be re
Result of the Primary Election.
The primary election on Tuerday
passed off with very little enthusiasm,
only about one-fourth of the voters of
tbe county turning out to exercise
their right like the women at school
In the county J J McAllister was
nominated by tbe democrats for county
attorney with no opposition; the re
publicans by writing in the name of
R E Evans have nominated him for
the office, but it is a question whether
he will accept it.
For county commissioner in the 8rd
distriot, J 11 Rockwell of Homer and
Nelson Feauto of Emerson tied with
34 votes each, while Geo W Thanker,
tbe democratic aspirant, received 25.
The returns, outside of the county,
indicate tbe nomination of Aldrich for
governor by tbe republican, and Dahl
man for the democrats, iiurkett won
a decided victory over Whedon for U
S senator on tbe republican ticket, and
Hitchcock, on the democratic ticket,
defeated Metcalfe. Boyd, for con
gress, defeated Brian on the republi
cau ticket, and Latta was tbe demo
cratio choice, with no opposition, l or
state senator, Wiltse was nominated
by tbe republicans without opposition,
while Niok Fritz was the choice of the
democrats. For representative the
republicans named Boughn and the
It will take the official canvas to
determine tbe result on the state
ticket, whioh will require several days
No matter how vou make it,
No matter how you bake it,
No matter what it costs you,
You can't beat Tip Top Broad,
Made at Metz' bakery,
For J Van de Zedde.
I am hero to stay,
I'm glad to say,
With Rawleigh's uooes the Bkbt,
Satisfaction or No Sale.
Phone 18, S H Moore,
"The Rawleigu Man.'
The Allen band, one of the best or
ganizations in this part of tbe state,
has been engaged to furnish mnsio for
the day. This baud has played at the
Intestate fair for the past five seasons,
and bas been engaged again for tbis
Another pleasing feature is tbe an
nouncement that Collins Bros famous
dance orchestra has been secured for
the dance in the new Ayres-Krum-
wiede hall in the evening, which as
sures a pleasant time for all who eDjoy
tripping tbe light fantastic.
Mis Geo Barnett will conduct an
eating stand at tbe picnic ground,
where anything from a cup or coffee to
a smokiug hot dinner can be secured
in short order.
lii:H) A. M.
Music, by the Allen Military Band.
1'i nyer by the (Jliupliiln.
Address by the President, A. II. Baker.
Annual Address, by Hon. John A. Ehrhardt,
of Stanton, Nebr,
2:.H P. M.
Short Addresses by Pioneers and Promi
Business Meeting and Kiectlon of Oiflcers.
Races at the Knee Track Adjoining Picnic
Free-for-nll Trot or Puce, nurse !0.m
County Trot or Puce, purse 2f.ou
KRrinors rroi or nice. lor norsusiowiiuu
and drtvmi by farmers, purse 16.IK
Base BalllUnmes, for purses, at the grounds
juki east 01 itie i iu k.
Dance at tlio Hull In the Evening Music
by Uolllns Bros Orchestra.
A. 11. Baker President.
K.H.Urlbble Vice President.
(ieorge Wllklns Secretary.
W. Ii. Koss Assistant Secretary.
B. Urlbblu Klnnnclnl Secretary.
tk'o. T. Wood s Treasurer.
M. M. Warner Historian.
J. P. Hock well t'hlef Marshal.
Assistant Mai'shnls Joe M.ljeedom. IjOUIs
C4oodsell, Oliarles Waddell, Jas. Kuustou, J.
1. Huzlegrove, O. J. valentine.
Executive John Boler. J. .1. Elmers, L.
II. Armbrlglit, W. H. Ryan, Plillo McAfee,
Ben Boudcrsim, Thomas Jones, John (J.
Invitation deorge Wllklns, W . E. Voss,
i. (4. Evans, W. I.. Ross.
(Speakers John Boler, Wm. P. Warner,
. J. Elmers, H.K.Evans.
Transportation K. K. Evans, M.O. Ayres,
..I. Elmer. W. H. Ryan.
Registrar Mrs. Kannle Orozler, Mary A.
Easton, Elizaeth Haunse, M rs. Mary Urltx.
Privileges A, 11. linker, Ueo. T. ooas
Amusements M. o. Ayres, l)r. v. II. Max
well. W. 11. Mason. John Hogan, lr. II. J
Lenny, Walter Smith, Ben Boiulerson, John
Memlerslilp Mrs, KlaUrlbble, Mrs. Mary
Orlt Anna Hartlett, Evarlsta Kyan. Mar
garet yulnti, Kate Duggan, Brldgle Hayes
Mrs. ISelson Veauto, Mrs, R. A. t'amplx'll
Alice Helfeninn. Helen Rockwell.
Badges Mrs. ruunle Cro.ler, Mrs. Eva
Grounds H. T. Wood, Barney Cirlbble,
. A. Stinson, Henry Krumwlede, Herman
Blermann. (4. r . Mroylilll, H. Ream. A. 11
Baker, Walter Cheney, W. L. Ross, J. J.
Elmers, Einmett Hlleman, J. P. Rockwell
John FolU, S. W. Foltz, R. B. Evans, V. O
Reception w. A. Morgan and wife. Ben
Bonderson and wife, Hans Nelsen and wife
S. P. Mlkesell, Jerome Hollman, J. M
Plnckney and wife, John U. llnecn, Henry
Blerinaun, Kred Buermann, sr., Mrs. Tina
BiidculMtugh, M. A. Si-bin led and wife. Oli
ver Klsher and wife, Jacob Y. Li mner and
wife. Paul Pizey and wife. I,. H. Armbiight
and wife, Mrs, Alice Sides, Lillian Orr. Jacob
Sides, Mrs. Eva I.. Orr, Mrs. Nellie Mason,
M rs. Etta M. Spencer, Harry 11. Adair and
wife, W.L. Ross and wife, Elizabeth Haase,
Peiie Htluson, 1. M. Nelswanger, Mrs. Mary
R. MoReath, Herman Kouts, Ocorgu Wilson,
Beatrice Blessing, LIUble Huvldge, K. K
Church and wife. W. II. Ryan and wife,
E. L. Wilbur and wire, J. J. Ryan, Bonnie
Hurry, Helen O'Neill, Frank Davey and
wife. Ed T. Kearney and wife, Jas. Casey
Mutt McKlvergan, Maggie Twohlg. Michael
Beocom and wife, J. c. iniggan and wife
John C. Collins, Martin Voss, Mary Ren
Inger, 1'hllo M uAfen ana wire, Aaron l.ln-
afelter and wife, Nellie Heeney, M rs. John
Connors, (lertrudo Mlkesell. (leo. II. Haase
Herman Stolze and wife, Fred Blume and
wife, Mary Timlin, J. P. Beucom, Daniel
artnett and wife, David Cliipi), Jas. M
King and wife, Nell Combs, O. J. O'Connor
and wie. Thomas Ashrnrd aud wife.
AUGUST RATE BULLETIN
TO THE EAST: Besides every-day special tourist rates to
eastern cities and reeorts, as well as diverse route tours of
the East, including an ocean coast voyage, there are special
rates, August 4th to 7th inclusive, for the Knights Templar
Conclave at Chicago, and from September 13th to the 17th
inclusive for the Grand Army Reunion at Atlantic City.
ESTES PARK, COLORADO: Just north of Denver, Colorado's
finest recreation region soon to be a National Park Ask for
full descriptive booklet.
HOMESEEKERS EXCURSIONS: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays to
West and Northwest localities. Get in touch with the under
signed and let us help you plan the most attractive and com
prehentive tour at the least cost.
W. E. Snethen, Agent, Dakota City, Nebr.
L. W. Waeelkt, Q P A, Omaha, Neb
1004 Farnam street.
I Time is Money
j Time Saved is
w Don't fool away valua-
ble time with an Old
Style washing machine.
The One Minute
C is a time saver, also the
lightest running machine
on the market Thous-
jj ands in use. Ask your
5 Sold on Trial and it
Don't Come Back
I Edwards & Bradford Mr Co. I
Dakota. City, Nb.
First publication April IV 8w
Order of Hearing and Notice of Probate
TfTTTTTTTT'TtTTTTTtT W TTTf ?
This iyZ-in. Coucord Harness No. 76
no collars $31
Our No. 179, l-in. Concord, with
flat backs, abetter job $35
Sturgcs Bros. '"S,'ai'
70 Vears with Coughs
We have had nearly seventy years of experience with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. That makes us have great con
fidence in it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, weak throats,
and weak lungs. Ask your own doctor what experience
he has had with it. He knows. He can advise you
wisely. Keep in close touch with your family physician.
No alcohol in this COUgh medicine. . C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass.
In the county court of
Slate of Nebraska, Dakota County ss,
To Dora Broyhlll, William M. learner,
lara AblHtt, MaryOiibble, Ella Warner,
rank li. Learner, Minnie liale, Lyilla New
ell. Verna Newell. Earl Newell, Austin
Newell. Lillian Newell, Leon Newell, and to
all persons Interested In the estate of Perry
Learner, deceased :
in reading the petition or Frank B
Learner praying that the Instrument II led
In this court on the l.tli day of August, lulo,
and purporting to be the last will and test
ament or the said deceased, may be proved
and allowed, and recorded as the last will
and testament of Perry l-eanier, deceasod;
that said instrument Is admitted to pro
bate, aud the administration of said estate
lie granted to Frank II. I A-niner as executor.
It Is hereby ordered that you and all per
sons Interested In said matter may. and do,
appear at the county court to ls held li
and lor said cminiy , on i ne Din nay 01 snp
temlier, A. D. lulo, at In o'clock a ni, to show
cause, If any there lie, why the prayer of
the petitioner should not be granted, and
that notice of the pendency of said petition
and the hearing thereof be given to all per
sons Interested In said matter by publish
ing a copy of this order In The Dakota
County Herald, a weekly newspaper print
ed In said county, for three successive weeks
prior to said day of hearing.
Witness my hand, and seal of said court,
this 15th day of August, A. 11. ltd".
1), O. HurrEKKAB,
stAtl County Judge,
be well; be strong. You cannot if your bowels are constipated. The best laxative to
Ayer't Pills, all vegetable. Ask your doctor if he agrees with us. Do as he says.
I Patronize Home Industry buy your meats of B
1 Wrrv LORENZ,
Dtiy Meat MaHkct
Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand
Cash paid for Hides and Pelts
Agent for Seymour's White Laundry. Basket
Tuesdays and comes back Saturdays
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