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MCTMO0I9T. RV. W. H. Warrvn, Pastor. Hervleca at the Methodist KpNoopnl huroh every Hiinday a follows: Preach ing at II am; Hiiiidiiy school at in ft l" ; class mooting li in: Kp worth Ijcnirue 7 p in; preaotiliiK 8 p in. LUTHCAAN. Rov.S. I.. Keller. Pastor. DAKOTA CITT There will be no service I" Kininniiiicl Lutheran church, Dokota City. Ktnicloy nlKtit, hi the pastor litis another (imiiKt nient out of town. Sunday school every Sunday at t:46 a m ; Ellxnls-th M. II huso, superintendent. pruauhlng at7:HU p in. every Mundoy. SALEM Preaching overy Hunclny at 11 a in; Sun day school promptly nt II) a in. F. I. (Jul bertsoii, superintendent. TIip public Is oordlally Invited to all those service. R R Time Table c B ft Q BOL'TU No. 91 Local Freight 7:15 am 17 " Passenger. .12:47pm NORTH No. 92 Local Freight 2 :26 pm 16 Local Fassenger. ,6:t.7 pm daily. daily except Sunday. C, 8t. P., M. A O. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol lowing time: SOUTH BOUND. SOUTH BOUND. i :55 pm Omaha 7:58 am 10:03 am Omaha 5.13 pm 8:38 pm Norfolk 8:23am 9:28 am Norfolk 5:13 pm 7:38 am Newcastle 10:18 am 1:15 pm '" ...... .5:55 pm SCNDAT MAINS. 12 :13 pm Omaha 2 :30 am 5:38 Norfolk 8:23 am 9:28 Norfolk 5:13 r Send Us Your Name WE nave a good money- making proposition and w ant to tell you about it. Write to-day for par ticulars. Address NF.W IDEA t'.Si! Ursadnay PUBLISHING CO. NEW YORK, N. Y. Local Items Friday, Nov. 18, 1910 We have sewing machine need Ion and sehnttles to fit any sewing ma chine. You will also find a good line of Imrdware, graniteware and tinware at right prices, at Bchriever JSros, Tdf EXPERIENCE 50 YEARS Trade Mark? Designs Copyrights Ac. AtiTone e.iltng a sketch and description "in" Quickly ascertain nnr opinion free whet ner an Invention is nrohnbly pntentiihlo. ; mnmmilcn tlrmsstrlollymiilt.lontliU. 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FREE to JAN. 1911 All the "!".' "iVKiTlM ''."lln' Till-' IDIIIMMON'" ,!T 'V',' V Thru TUp V....II.-. "V"'! Vr' "f ittrm THI-: YOUTH'S COMPANION BOSTON, MASS. S A Stiiisoo was a visitor fit Lyons a few days the past week. George Haase and Wra Best were down from Emerson Sunday. Porter Bonis was quite sick the past week thieatened with appendicitis. Mrs Jas Hutchios of Sioux City, spent the week hero with Mrs Mary rizy. Julius Quintal went to Elk Point, fl D, Sunday to look after Lis property intercuts. A baby daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Hal Dlacketer, of South Sioux City, Sunday. Miss May MoOaskey, of Sioux City, spent Suuday with Miss Burkett in Dakota City. Mins Lottie Orr came down from Winside Neb, Tuesday for a few dajs' vinit at home. Postmaster L Krygerof South Sioux Oity was a vUitor at the county seat Monday. Arlow linger went to Bloomfieid the first of the week to work at his trade carpentering. Glen Smith of Emerson, was a pass eager to Ilomcr Wednesday for a week's hunt on the river. Miss Mary Easton went to Walthill Wednesday to visit at the Ilev EE Shafer home a few days. Rev S L Keller will preach in the Lutheran church, South Sioux City, Snnduy evening at 7 :30 o'olook . II M Stevenson, of Moville, Iowa, father of Mrs F H Forrest spent the week here at the Forrest home. James L Kramper of Omaha, ar rived Saturday for a few days' visit with relatives and frieuds hereabouts. Blanche Hamilton is home from Speaifibh, S D, where she has been holding down a claim and teaching school. Van is giving away a dandy dish of ynur own choice with every package of coffee you buy. The dish is worth the money. A Thanksgiving program will be giv en at the Salem Lutheran church on Wednesday evening, November 23rd, beginning at 8 o'clock. If yon don't know where to trade since the S A Stinson store burned, try Van de Zeddt's he will guarantee ev erything he sells to be first class. Chas Suowberger, of Wilmerding, Ta, was an over Suuday guest at the It E Evans home, being enronte home from a business trip into South Dakota. Postoflioe Inspector L A Thompson, of Omaha, was here Monday and checked up the accounts of the post oflice. He found everything in good shape, The lecture course committee is try ing to entertain you. Come out and hear the "Brownie Girl" and show them you appreciate their efforts. Don't forget the date. Dean Cornell experienced a little trouble with the light plant u his au tomobile Tuesday Dight, and as a re sult the lamp exploded and came near blowing Dean's head off. Roland Orr ipent part of last week with his wife and daughter at Win- side, Neb. He brought home witn him a fine draft uorsq mat tips iue scales close to the ton mark. T.omn linek comes ou suddenly and is extremely painful. It is caused by rheumatism of the muscles Quick re lief is afforded by applying Chamber lain's Liniment. Sold by all drug gists. Mrs Fred Runge and children ar rived here last Friday from Alta, N D, to join Mr Runge, who came down a couule of months ago. They will spend the winter hero and return to their claim in tue spring. Miss Elsie Browu, the "Brownie tiirl" deserves a crowded house. She gives one of the best entertainments that wU be seen uere mis wiuin. Come out and hear something good and boost for the lecture course. Union Thanksgiving service will be hpld in the Methodist cnurcu dpxi Tlnirmlav ( the 24th ) beginning at 10:30 o'clock, Rev S L Keller of Emmanuel Lutheran chnrch will preacn tue ser mon. Special music is being arranged for the occasion. Many school children suffer from nutinafmn. which is often tue cause stupidity at lessons. Cham l.rluin'ii Htomach and Liver laiuots . an ideal medicine to give a child, for t Lev are mild and gentle in tueir effect, and will cure even chronic con stipation. Sold ty all druggists. ltv W H Oherholtzer writes from , 1 i i.l lUrstow. TtiXus, wuere lie locaieu and a half aco, to have the address on his Herald cuangen to AUmquerque, N M, to which place he is about to move witn uis iuiuuy, having accepted the pastorate ot tue Lutheran church in thai ciry. e ex tend a cordial invitation to any of their Dukota county friends, suouui they ever come to Albuqueique, to call and see them in tueir new uome. In order to do their share towards acoiuiuodating the teachers in at tendunce at the Nebraska State Teuch Ur' asfociatiou which convenes T.i.mnln. November 23, 24 and 25, 11)10, the Lincoln Business Girls' club has assumed a share of the expense of furnishing the now Y W C A building. Rooms for four or rive together, or sin gle rooms, it desired, cau ue iurtnsueu at DUc per niht. These rooms can be eiipiied in auvauceby addrehsing Miss Etta Ager, Y W C A, 1432 N St, Lin ooln, Nebr. Tin. Iloi.iun and wife, who have conducted the City Hotel in thU place for the mist two years, vacated the hontlery Monday and moved to Sioux Citv, where they will eouiluct tue Sioux City Uoune, corner of riftu ami Pearl Kts W hlle here they couaueleu u first class hotel, iu fact the beBt we have had in years, and the residents of Dukotit City us well as the traveling j uhlo who iiniko this place are sorry to have them leave us. The hotel is owned by Dr C tl Maxwell who ex pects soon to have it occupied again. Mrs T J O'Connor, of Homer, is dangerously ill. F W Swirgle of Sioux City transact ed business heie last Friday. Mrs V I Broyhiil is very low with little hope of her ultimatate recovery. Buy a good farm on the Dakota county bottom. I have it. Eimors. Mrs F II Forrest rpent a few days at Moville, Iowa, this week visiting rela tives. Lost Black enajiel bar breast pin with pearl setting. Retard. Herald Ollloe. Mrs George Pranger was down from Wakefield Wednesday calling on old friends. The little babe of Mr and Mrs Rich ard Quintal has been quite sick with pneumonia. Charles and Anna Bartels departed Monday for a month's trip to the Pa cific ccast. John F Sides, deputy U 8 marshal, made an official trip to Genoa and Fremont Wednesday. If you haven't got time to do your own shopping call up No. 1, and he will deliver the goods promptly. George Kean and Nellie Hoott, giv ing their address as Sioux City, were joined in marriage Thursday afternoon by Rev Warren, M E pastor. Anyone wishing a new phonograph of the latest style for only 17.60 can get one by leaving their order with Van de Zedde. Reed Conway and Goldie Boilings worth, of Onawa, Iowa, were married in the county Judge's office Thursday by Rev J L Phillips of South Sioux City. If it is A 1 grooeries you want, just plane. o over Van de Zedde's stock. He will sell just as cheap as possible, and he handles nothing but first class goods. Mr and Mrs Rob Cheney and Mr and Mrs E II Spurliug and baby, of Cherry Creek, 8 D, are down on a short visit of a few days at the Wm Cheney homo. County clerk Ross and John Hile man spent several days in camp at the river the past week hunting the festive duck but we have not tasted any of their game, as yet . The Dakota City schools will take a vacation next week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to enable the teachers to attend the state teachers' meeting at Lincoln. Word came to Mrs R B Orr the fir.it of the week that her mother, Mrs Ja COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES BY SUPT. W. E. VOSS The following information is given to parents and guardians of Dakota county as a notice pieparatory to the enforcement of the Compulsory Atten dance Law 1. Upon whom does the law place the responsibility of sending children to school ? Upon parents or other persons hav ing legal or actual control oi children 2. What is the penalty attached to the violation of this law? A fine not to exceed $25.00. 3. Whose duty is it to enforoe the law? It is the duty of tue county superin tendent, and the county superintend ent is under oath t do bis duty. 4. Whose duty is it to inform the county superintendent that the chil dren are not attendiug as required by law? Any superintendent, principal, teacher, or member of a board of edu cation, who shall know of the violation of this act, 5. What are the ages of children, wl o are compelled to att?ud school? Children not less than seven nor more than fifteen . 6. How loug must such children at tend school ? Two-thirds of the entire time that the school shall be in session in the district in which such children reside, aud no case less than twelve weeks. These additional explanations are made to clear away all doubt as to the requirements of the law: Iu a district having three months of school and in city districts, children from seven to fifteen must attend the entire time. In districts Laving six mouths of sohool, children from seven to fifteen must attend not less than eighty days. In districts having seven months of school, children from seven to fifteen must attend not less thau niuty-iour days. In districts having eight months of school, children from seveu t fifteen aiunt attend not less than out hundred seven days. In districts oaving nine months of school, children from seven t fifteen must attend not less one hundred twenty days Attendance at school means to be present five days in a week and four weeks in a month. It is not ouly right, but tlu duty of the teacher, to iLquire into the cause Brownridge. age 84, had died at the of abs.-uoe on the part of tho pupil of home of a daughter, Mrs Wm Irvin, compt.isory age, ami a icauuer us uo in Toronto. Can. on Thursday of last right to excuse suou pupil week. Don't fiil t hear the "Brownie Girl at the M E churoh the evening Thau'nKKiving. If the lecture or insufficient for non-at or trivial before I course ill li mwmfc ft Sfi Why Being a Story of How iva Were Convinced First, we were attracted by the handsome ap pearance of the Favorite, but we did not deciae to handle it for thi3 reason alone, although we decided it was the most handsome base burner on tho market. We wanted a better reason than an attractive looking stove, so we looked it over thoroughly, comparing it point by point with other case burners, and this i3 what we found: That the material from which it is made is all of the highest grades the doors, mica frames and joints Deing absolutely air and paper tight. We were told the Favorite produced the most satisfactory results with about half as much coal as other base burners. We discovered this to be true. We found the reason to be in its Triple Exposed Flues. The sectional cut herewith explains these flues better than we can in words. The heat passes lrom the nre pot into the two outside down flues, across the bottom of the stove, under the ash pan, where it enters the central flue. It then passes back over the bottom and up the central flue to the chimney. Just think of this great radiating surface, and it is more than doubled, because- the flues are SET OUT from the .br.ck of the stove. The flues therefore radiate from all sides, and the back of the stove radiates heat, also. This feature alone places the Favorite in a class by itself, making it the best and most economical heating stove in existence. But other features of its con struction must not be overlooked. Would like to tell you all about them. Do not put off buying your heating stove until the cold days come. Come and see us now, and our Favorite will be your Favorite too. (Si 13. Lumber Co. Dakota. City, Nmbrm.mU.rs. YotiTJ Find the Reason in the pi E. teuduiice grounds. The exceptional to which the law does not apply are: 1 U'l.ora tha nhilil . for nn enual this yer does not pay it will be your tj,UH ttyJovt, Bpeoineii, instructed in som e fault nd there will be no more suoh piiroclliai or prvate sohool. entertainments in Dakota City. 2 where the child is instructed for , .. . , .,! 1,, to order liy the chairman, tlie.olijeci oi mu A dumaoo case has been hied in the sn equal time, at home or elsewhere, ..,. extended district court of Dakota county by Ua- by a person quauueu to teacu iu iue mesent to become members. The vid Kensler against Judd Odell, in publio schools. inlnute.sof the previous nieetlnit were read which Kossler seeks balm to the 3. Where a child of fourteen years ,,,, approve, in the disoiiHsioiic.r Hutter- amom.t. of $." (100 for a brutal beating of aste is of necessity, employed for his ,,mkinu a description wits Riven of the inov he received at the I own support or the support ot tuose mu school of butti r-inakinn eonuueieu ny HOMCMAKERS- club meeting I Contributed ) An liitereKtlutr ineethiK of tho Dakota County lIomeiimkerH'elub wits hold Krldny afternoon of Inst wck nt the homo of Mrs Moll A Hchinled. Tho meeting was called to order by tho chairman, thoohjoct of tho I " I..""1 "II "' which he alleges hantlb of Odell. Lost, strayed or stolen from nty nlace Thursday. October 27, 1010, four red hogs. 1 big sow, weight about 400 wounds: 3 shoats, two of them sows and 1 barrow, weight about 150 to 175 ponnds. Louis Dierkiug, Dakota uity, Nebr. An appeal has been taken froa the oonnty court to the district court oy depeudent upon him. 4. Where the child l uuable either physically or mentally to do tho work of the school. Where the child lives more than two miles from the sohool house by the nearest traveled road, unless trans- Miss Hose of Nova Scotlu. Mrs 11 J llooney nave a very practical taut on.mu kuhjiti, repleto with helpful suwKOHtlonH.for buitor- inakers, and Mrs 1 j Dlcrktnir Kftvo a iletnon- HtrnUonofu butter worker, it IiiIkh- miivIdk machine used In worklnn butter. Mrsiieo li Hoals recited n parody on Mnud Mullcr. while for select reudliiK Mrs J F portation is furnished by the district sides gnvu "I.iko his Mother.used to Cook for the child. Tha l.iw of Nebraska Buarautees to each child the richt to attend school ini.n p KaiKvim. in the matter of the This opuortunitv to obtain an educa- appropriation and condemnation of tion belongs to the child. He has the ' . w r-v a. i. I ' i.- ..a.!. wnmati.iua-r lunds and lots, by xminage uiswui same ngiu iu it ma u v o ,f naknta rinnntv. and the as hiftirm. the bauker to his bank, or therefor. the merchant to his goods. ... i jxo man lias a riguu vo " " i i no pupor, nm uMii.uium, ui When a cold becomes settled in tue urouertj except those rights iato." by Mrs Ueo Hates, was welt written system, It will take several aays treat t d , the laws and customs and showed careful prepuration. ment to cure , auu i ur . . t, 80flietv in wbicU be iiv8. The tnnseis "uaniberiainsuougu "emeu,. - llftrilIlt(,G- to the farm. It will cure Quicker man mau uj . ,.- .aa , tlin ,mriuPr a other, and also leaves the system Li8 moneT an'd to tr.e merchant natural aud healtbv condition, doiu . v. tl,u by all druggistB. children of Nebraska the right to go of F W Harding, t.n nnbool . a former sohool professor of this coun- The parent or (tuardian, taking this t iin.i Miss F Mormann. both of r;Tbt awav from his child, is robbing - . - . ., . , .. - -.- . . Sioux Citv. were ametiy marrieu uv it Gr us chance lor tuture Buccenn, County Judge neffernan baturuay pendent upon education, as tue trusi, evening, Oct. 22. The ceremony was roUs the individual oi ins coiuiueiuim witnessed by J A 1 oye jr and Ueriruue BUccess, M P..vb. li? what riarht can a father demand ... .. , ... ti. i.i imo- ith- obedience oi bis cuua, wnue iu lUBUiu.wu.;,.- i . ,,.LJ, i,, nf thn land 1V outnumber, and repeated over na " . - . iL ... i.ui sr. r. hut it taking from the child, what the law over KU 'r .: , iu ltir what loeiO can 8 aiWBVH WB1UUUID BWIJ w . , ' . . . i .. I r 11 ii i M 1 If You Qot Sick or had a bad accident How About Your Last Summer's Wages? If it is saved (as h sohuld be) and in the bank, then you can Lnugli at Misfortune. Just think ahead, to the rainy day that is bound to come to all the old age creeping on apace the decreasing earning ability and the increasing spend ing needs and Start that Bank Account Tuday. We pay 4 interest on time deposits, and keep your money Absolutely Saje: Hot tl wore humorous selections mid much enjoyed. Current Kvents a review of tho world's hiippouliiKs for the last four months, rend by Mrs Kllznls'th Horwen, was well selected and IntcrcsMiur. Keclpo for AuKel Food Cuke, by Mrs Oh O lSarnett. was followed by Keneral (Uncus- Ion. Tho Diiuer, "Tho Possibilities: of the To. Tho discussion, Kail Work in the'tlnrdon, led by Mrs Mell A Kchinled. and Kail Work In the House, wore ably discussed by the ladles present. About thirty ladles attended tho meeting. Those from nolKhlKirluR towns.were Mes- danies W 11 Bradford. J h Phillips, Uoo I Bonis, M II I. locum, H J Koonoy.T K Mon. iilian, and 1) DoLonir, (South .tsioux City; Mrs Venus Drydon and Miss Williams of Kloux City "The Bank that ALWAYS treats Bank, of Dakota County you Si RIGHT" fok.cli.aon Nbr. By what logio suneriutendent, a school The Rev. Irl R. Micks 1911 Almanac Tim llov Irl It Hleko Aliuitniwi for 1UI1 that uuardlau AnKcl In a hundred thousand luinios. Is now ready. Not many are now willliiK to Ihi without It mid the llov Irl II Hicks iniiKuzlno, word and works. 1 no two are only Sl.i" a your. Tho Aluianiio Is IVic prepaid. No homo or oHlc? should fail to semi lor inein, io h oro anci n orm i uo HshlnK Uoiupany, Ht Mollis, Mo. 1H WWJ" . . v... .1 . . . j . I . ' r... ..n.:. I teacher, a uornhn maim xuere is uuiuiuk iu . . ... . . - ... ......... minor ninnilHI b HHK 1 .... i i 1. 1.. i ii.iii'r.i. iii re i.'jtiiiL. ii ..,.i. , i j . ... ,..nr. the world thai cures cougu. .... , ,,. . rniH of the """" as quicklya8 Chamberlains Uougn r", .t,. the law of The Bank Of Dakota COUntV I TT nil (1 rn a or HI. H. I i " . . . , I S'MM JVM -M ' 'I uir.M XRHOOL NOTES , A tft JM at t i U.il.i Iitt nil 1 ni a triur.H iveuieuj. j I tlia state by not protecting We have a good position open in mis of tUttt iitti0 0bilii ? county for a man of good standing 101 take charse of branch Oil and Uaso line station, to sell direct to the farm era iu barrel lots. Must be able to nu.nU seonritv us we carry car loud oil, each station. Will pay good xalarv or commiMsioa to right party Address Milwaukee Oil Refilling Co, Aberdeen, 8 Dak. Van de Zdde has just finished in voicing aud cleaning up his store pre paring for the fall trade which is nn neiittlly large this year, ue una inn in a full and complete stock of cauned goods of this year's packing, besides the fresh fruits which he always car ries. His grocery stock is fresh aud up to date, aud you can always get just what you need at Van's. Croup is most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months. Parents of young children should be pi epared for it. All that is needed is a bottle of Uhainiteriuin s Cough Remedy. Many mothers are nover without it ill their homes aud it tifver (liHUMioiuted them. Sold by all druggiHts. A GOOD POSITION Can be had hv ambitions young men or ladies iu the Hallway or " Wireless" Telegraph service. Hinco the 8-hour law became iffective, and since the extensive de velopments of wireless telegraphy, there is a shortage of lO.OOO telegrap ers. Positions pay begiuners $70 to $')0 per month. We operate under su pervision of Telegraph Olliiiuls and all graduates are guaranteed oniiieu. Write for full details to 'he Institute nearest to you. NATIONAL TELE GRAPH INSTITUTE, Cincinnati, O, Philadelphia, Pa, Memphis, Teiiu, Columbia, 8 C, 8t Paul, Miun, Enid, Okla, Portland, Ore. the rights The eleventh grade have taken up the study of "Macbeth". At present they are studying the historical busis of the iilav and fiud it very interesting. Tnis class Las liiht completeii a stuuy of "The Merchant of enice' The ninth flrrade composition class u i, - .. i. n- am writing iiuHiness uonoio ..... week, last week they wrote sooiul forms". This class derives mucu pleasure a well us beaeht from this work. Many of the patrons of tho Dukota Citv schools are neglecting to send their children to school regularly and some aro so far as to keep children of nchool aize home to work and many times to l.iuf. Under "County Bcnooi Notes" in this paper an extract of the "Nobtaska Compulsory Attendance Law" is given and a strong effort will be made to enfore the same. Several children in this district have attended onlv a few days and a small number have not eurolled this school yeur Hut one hundred twenty cirfht school lavs are left in which to meet the r ouireiaen ts of the law. therefore take - ... . . heed. This is said not witn uti aniag onihtia motive, but for the good of tho coming generation. 'The Bank tint ALWAYS treats yu RIGHT" of Jackson, Nebraska, Charter No. a,il, In enrporuted In IheHlaloof Nebraska, lit the c lope of iiuslness Novenils-r 10, lulu. HKMOli UCKH I mill discounts t HVi,flS4 7 Ovcrdi afls, secured and unsecured W.'S hi HiinkliiK house furniture ana na tures ll.imu no Current expenses mid taxes paid .. l,KM II lute from luiti, stale ami private Isinks 4:t.:KJ ff Cui roiicy til.ivvi no hi, ni i. ii ii wti nn silver, iilckelsuiidcents.. 4WH (HI I'i.Milim Total t H7.tHH li I.IAIIIl.iriKS To the South: Ilomeseekers' excursions will continue dusing the winter to the South and Southwest; winter tourist excursions are in effect every day to southern resorts; these excursion rates offer an excellent chance to escape the northern winter in looking over the land and recreation possibilities of the south. Ilomeseekers' Excursions on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays to the new lands of the west, including the Big Horn Basin, which country today offers the greatest combination of industrial and farming resources at the cheapest rates in the whole country. To California: Every day excursion rate with choice of routes going and returning, to include the whole Pacific slope. Thous ands of Americans, especially invalids and elderly people, have selected Southern California for their permanent place for a winter sojourn. Throuyh tourist sleepers to California via Denver, scenic Colora do and Salt Lake the all year route. Send for Burlington publications, "California Excursions", "Pacific Coast tours." Let me help you plan the tour of the greatest attraction at the lowest rates. W. E. Snethen, Agent, Dakota City, Nebr. L. W. Warklkt, G P A, Omaha, Neb 1004 Farnam street. Capital stcs-k hui puis mini Tho Brownie (iirl at the M E Church November 23rd mllvliled prollts. IllllvldUltl ill' posits hllll- liald In t ln.nnh .1 M Ml ll H.lL'U l ft.vv,i r2 of ii Oil fiHtf'uTtfr"""" -"" lect to check . . leinaiid ccrllllcalcs flenosit lino i-ertlllcates of de posit 1 17.II7M HHliler's chocks out- BlandliiK 17 lii xr.- inii "i Total Ji!:i7,rtWU 12 Ktatk ok Nk.iihakka, ( omit y or imkota. I I, Kd T. Kearney, cashier of tho nlsive named bank, do hereby swear that the ulsive stale men t Is a correct and t rue copy of the report made to the state liankluK iMuiro. vitkst: ..i j. hkakkkv. M.Kkaiinky, Director. Cashier. it h;. Kii'AitNKv. Iilreclor. Subsciils il mid sworn to Is toro mo mis mill day of Novenils-r, h'lu. I.KK i . i r. A H r. y . (skai.) Niilnry I'll l'H My to 1 1) l li I -si 1 1 1 1 expires March 1 lni:i. thsn A (iood Stetcnient of A Oood Bank Deposits ten thiiusiiuil dollars larx one year uko. Total losses In nearly twenty-live, years still less than llfty ilnlliirs, mnl still TRYING to lx the Is-st bank III Ihe I'. S. "Always hungry fur more business." " I he Bank that ALWAYS treats you RIGHT" JACKSON, NEBRASKA i I I til I J...;Vi'as . . I H Is 1 All kinds of coal, feed and hay for sale ut reasuuablc prices. l iriibs & SLAiiauTEK Co. TbioE Blvkn, Manager, Dakota City, Neb. This lja-in. Coucord Harness No. 76 no collars $31 Our No. 179, ltf-in. Concord, with flat backs, a better job $35 Stories Eroo. 41I Pearl St Sioux City (1)1 (Oi ,thm Kccclvcl nt tin '"