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I El5)PSD If to BAKING POWDER MAKES THE PERFECT HOT BISCUIT Also Rolls and Muffins Crusts and Cakes Send for Royal Cook Book S..K 13S William St. f. New York The Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1911 Almanac Tim Ktv Irl K Hlcko Almnnnr for 1!11, Unit mittrdliin Aiiki'I In a hundred tliousmid hoTiii's, In now ready. Not ninny lire now wllliim to Ih without It mid the Kev Irl H Hicks liiumilii'". Word imd Works. The two lire only l.( a year. 'J'he Alinnnnc Is Sfto prepnld. No home or ollleii should full to send for them, to Word and Works Pub lishing Uoinpmiy, St Souls, Mo. R R Time Table C B & Q SOUTII No. 91 Local Freight 7:15 am 17 " Passenger . .12:47 pm NORTH No. 92 Local Freight 2:25 pm 16 Local Passenger" . . 6 :i7 pni daily. daily except Sunday. C, St. P., M.&O. Trains leave Dakota City at the fol lowing time : BOBTH BOUND. BOOTH BOUND. 6:25 pm Omaha 7:58 am 10:03am Omaha ......4.53pm 8:88 pm Norfolk 8:23 am 9:28 am Norfolk 4:53 pm 7:38 am Newcastle 10:18 am 1:15 pm " 5:50 pm SUNDAY TRAINS. 12 :13 pm Omaha 2:30 am 3:38 pm .Norfolk 8:23 am 9:28 am Norfolk 4:53 pm Local Items Friday, Nov. 25, 1910 We have sowing machine needles and sebuttles to fit any sewing ma chine. You will also find a good line of hardware, granitewure and tinware at right prices, at Schriever Bros. The Youth's Companion So Much for so Little ! 52 Weeks' Issues only $1.75. The hoard of county commissioners meet ou Saturday. Mrs Ashley Londroeh spent Sunday at Winnebago with relatives. Mrs F II Forrest returned Monday from a week's visit with her parents at Moville, Iowa. Mrs Thoebe Wilson of Homer has been staying at th R E Evans home during Mr and Mrs Evans' trip east. Van is giving away a dandy dish of your own choice with every package of coffee you buy. The dish is worth the money. A marriage license was granted in Sioux City Monday to Wm J Eberline of Sioux City and Anna M Hendricks of South Sioux City. If you don't know where to trade since the S A Stinson store burned, try Van de Zedde's he will guaruntee ev erything he sells to be tirst cluss. E II Sparling returned to Cherry Creek, S 1), Saturday, after u few days visit at the Wm Cheney home. Mrs Sparling and baby will remain for au extended visit. Word ha., been received by Mrs J Hockwell of the death of her broth , Win Biggs, of Knox county, on the 7th inst. Mr Biggs was formerly resilient of this county. Lmmo buck c nies ou suddenly and is extremely painful. It is caused by rheumatism of tile muscles Quick re . f VW The Companion entertains half a million families every week. ft t Only the Best Reading chosen from the world's abundance of every sort. Send for Free Sample Copies of the Larger Companion and the Announcement for 19x1. lief is afforded by applying Chamber all drug Day a good farm on the Dakota county bottom. I have it. Eimers. Oeo W Ca'ter of Omaha, was a guest at the M O Ay res home Monday. C 11 Antrim and family spent Thanksgiving at Homer with rela tives. George Wilkins went t Homer to spend Thanksgiving with the home folks. FREE to JAN. 1911 Everr New Snliwrlber who eut out and send this slip (or mentions tin; imperl with a.l.7.1 for the f.f Issues of TliuCoiiipaiiiou for 11)11 will receno All the rmnatnlnfr JVri-Jorn1?i1?' Iiiiliidini; the 111 J. I. - II W NUMIIKIIS KOI! lllA.Sk.1 ClUNd ANU tllKllMAl. TIIF niMPAMUN'S ART CAI f.N lK roll lltll. litlo.israidud In tl.l. .ti....... ..l.(-a and ir 14 1 . nil Then The Youth's J'ompanloil for .Vi weeks il lllllll treasury IhiK tlmt would cost S4U ill hook th iiii'in THF. YOUTH'S COMPANION BOSTON. MASS. Sulcriitins Kciclvctl at this (Jtlice, Lincoln Sanitarium rj AlirLL faiUi wu Sulpho-Saline Springs Located on our own premlie and ad la th Natural Mineral WaUr BATHS TJnRrpuBd In th trratmant f nheumatism Hoart. Btoniach. Klflny and Uvnr MWmM Ckii(. Addtu DR. 0. W. EVERETT, Mgr.. Liaooln, lk. Iain's Liniment. Sold by gi.-,ts. Mrs E Woodward writes to have the Herald chauged from Garrison, N L), to Miuot, where they have moved tor the winter. She adds that they are having lovely weather there and that they are all getting along nicely. County Superintendent oss, Prof J A Chicoine, Misses Julia Power, an! BeBS and Mary Robertson left Tuesday for Lincoln to attend the state teachers meeting which conven ed Wednesday morniug and lasts until this, Friday, evening. E U Poole, who has been serving as relief agent at the Northwestern do pot since George Prauger was trans ferred to Wakericld.has br;en assigned to Emerson as night operator. He will be succeeded here by G V Smith, agent at Jackson, Neb. The property owners of drainage district No 2, of Dakota county, will hold an election at the court house Saturdav for the purpose of electing two supervisors of said district to till vacancios ffn the board. One is to ba leted for one vear and one for five years. Many school children suffer from constipation, whioh is often the cause of seeminK stupidity at lessons. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets ure an ideal medicine to give a child, for they are mild and gentle in their effect, and will euro even chronic con stipation. Sold by all druggists. When the Gordon stock of goods in South Sioux City was sold to Dough erty recently, attachments were placed ou the stock by the Ferd Haak Cigar Co for $!, one by the Wartield Pratt Co for $7'J.2(). Tho stork, invoiced f 150 CO and is now iu charge of Sh. riff Bockwtll. An execution for $215 74 has also been levied on the stock by Tuckabery & Co of Sioux City WTni Aiubright'a new husking ma chiue is kept pretty busy these days tnkirig out corn. The only serious ob jection to tho husking machine is the condition iu which it leaves the fod der. The btalks are thoroughly htnp ped and the fodder scattered ou the irround. and in the event ol snow ine bulk of the feed would be wasted Otherwise they solve the problem of oornhusking. Judge and Mrs It E Evans arrived home Sunday morning from a three week's trip east. They attended tho General Grand Chapter of the O E S at Jacksonville, Flu, as representatives trout this state, Mrs Evans its Grand Worthy Matron, und Mr Evans as Past Worthy Patron. They also spent several ilu's iu visiting relatives iu i Pennsylvania. Mrs Evans again de ! purted Monday for Gritud Island and other points in this state, expecting to be gone a mouth on lodge business. Lost Black enajiel bar breast pin with pearl settiog. Reward. Herald Ollioe. Mrs Mary It McBeath went to Ho mer luesday to visit until alter Thanksgiving with her children. If you haven't got time to do your own shopping call up No. 1, and he will deliver the goods promptly. John n Gribble returned Wednes day from a trip to Chamberlain, 8 D, and through Lyman county, just across the river. 0 T Barto came down from Wake field Moi'day for a few days' stay, re turning Thursday in time for 1 hanks- giving dinner. Anyone wishing Dew phonograph of the latest style for only $17.60 can get one by leaving their order wjth Van de Zedde. Frank Orr and wife are visiting at Winside, Neb, this week with Mrs R B Orr, who is looking after the tele phone exchange. Gay Bliven reports the arrival of . ... I I XTJ . 1 a baby girl at ins nonie weunesuay. The oflice force smoked ten-eentera in honor of the event. A baby daughter was born to Mr and Mrs A J Nordvke of Sioux City last Sutnrday. They were formerly residents of this county. MrsEmerette McKernan went to Lake City, Iowa, last Friday to spend Thanksgiving at the home of her daughter, Mrs John Spidell. E W Tarrant, county superintendent of Thurston county, spent a few hours here Monc.ay with Superintendent Voss while enroute to Sioux City. Fred Schmidt returned Wednesday to his home at New Undeiwood, S D, havinu spent the past few weeks here helping harvest the bumper corn crop If it is A 1 groceries you want, just glance over Van de Zedde's stock. He will sell just as cheap as possible, and he handles nothing but first class goods. Wm Oehlerking of South Sioux City, installed a beautiful Norris St Hvde piano in his home last week. The in strument was delivered by Prof Carl Schriever. Don't fHil t hear the "Brownie Girl at the M E church the evening before Thanksgiving. If the lecture course this year does not pay it will be your fault n ml there will be no more BUch entertainments in Dakota City. Lost, strayed or stolen from my place Thursday, October 27, 1910, four red hogs. 1 big sow, weight about 400 pounds; 3 shoats, two of them sows and 1 barrow, weight about 150 to 175 pounds. Louis Dierkiug, Dakota Uity, Nebr. When a cold becomes settled in the system, it will take several days' treat ment to cure it, and the best remedy tonse is 'Tiamberluin's Cough Remedy. It will cure quicker than than any other, and also leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition. Sold by all druggists. The old, old story, told tiniFS with out number, and repented over and over asum for the last 3G jears, but it is always a welcome story to those in search of health There is nothing in the world that cures coughs and colds as quickly as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by all druggists. According to reports the water in Crvstal lake is fast drying up, proba blv ou account of the low t tage of . . . n. water in the Missouri river. iiie property owners on the lake shore are becoming alarmed for fer the lake will drv up and leave nothing for the patrons of the dimerous resorts bathe in externally. We have a good position open in this county for a man of good' standing to take charge of branch Oil and Gaso Hue station, to sell direct to the farm ers iu barrel lots. Must be able to give cash security as we carry car load oil, each station. Will pay good salarv or commission to right party Address Milwaukee Uil Itenniug IO, Aberdeen, S Dak. A new time card went into effeot on the Omaha road Sunday. The change effects the evening trains ordy. The Ni.rfolk train from Sioux City which formerlv arrived here at 5:13 now ar rives 4:53, and the Omaha flyer for merlv arriving at 5:32 now passes through at 5:17. This train brings the evening mail from Sioux City The evenins Ponca train changed to 5:50, four minutes earlier than before Several of th passenger trims now stop on signal only, so you had better make your intentions Known to agent and buy your ticket early. A flOOD POSITION Can be lni bv ambitious voting men or Indies the Railway or " Wireless" Telegr service. Biueo the 8-honr Uw became tffetive. and since tho extensive d 'elopmeuts of wireless telegraphs, there is a shortage of 10,000 telegiup ers. Positions pay beginners $70 it ')() per month. We operate under su pi-rvisiou of Telegruph Ofli -nils and all graduat'H are guaranteed positL-iH. Write for full details to Mie Institute nearest to you. NATIONAL TELE GRAPH INSTITUTE, Cincinnati, O, Philadelphia, Pa, Memphis, Tenn, Columbia, S C, St Paul, Miun, Enid, OUla, Portland, Ore. Geoice Baruett received word Sat urday by telegraph that his brother in law. Wm Black, had died that dav at his home iu Rushville, Nt br. The particulars of his death which follow ed bv letter, state that ho died from heart failure. He was found lying tin conscious in the barn, and only livei a few minutes after being found. He had been in apparent good health and his death came as a shock to his relatives snd friends. Tho deceased man was married to Miss Bell Burnett a daunrhter of Wm Baruett and wife of this precinct, and leaves besi es Ills wife, three sons to mourn his sudden denaiture. Wm Barnett of Sioux City, and Mrs Chus Blessing this precinct, Death of Mrs. T. J. O'Connor. Mrs T J O'Connor, of Homer, passed way Wednesday morning at 5 o'clock, 1 after an illness of a few weeks. Her death, was extremely sail from the fact theat she leaves six small children, three girls and three boys, the eldest, being ten years of age and the yotmg est threo week. Mrs O'Connor was formerly Miss Mary Dillon, of Sioux Ci y, daughter of Mrs S 11 Dillon. Before her marriage eleven years ago, she was organist for several years at St Mary's Cat ifolio church. She was an accomplished musician, having graduated at Leipsic, Germany, and w t considered one of the best instruct ors in Sioux City, where she had made her home with her parents since a child. The deceased 38 years of age, and Laves, besides her husband and other relatives, six children. She was prominent in social affairs, and will be missed not only by the bereav ed family, but by all ith whom she was acquainted. The funeral will br held at 10 o'clock a m to-day, Friday. Interment will be in the Catholic cemetery at Ho nier. DuriDg Mrs O'Connor's illness her husband, T J O'Connor, scratched his hand on a rusty nail, aud being so coucerned about his wife's illness he neglected the wound ou his hand which became infected, blooj poisou ing setting in and for a time it was feared that he would lose his arm He is somewhat improved at this time and if tetanus does not develop it is thoug'it ne will recover. VandeZedde is rebuilding his ice house on the site of the old one. Will U and Roland B Orr drove to Hubburd Tuesday iu the former's auto, Barney Gribble ate Thanksgiving turkey at the Joe Jackson home at Meadow Grove. Nebr. Miss Jeppeson, one of onr popular teachers, spent her Thanksgiving va cution with relatives at Plniuview. Gleu Armour shipped a car of hogs to Omaha Mouday and brought back a doable deck car of sheep, which he will use to clean up a lot of rough feed . Miss Elsie Brown, the "Brownie Girl." eutertuintd a fair size audience at the M E church Wednesday evening. Her readings were creatlv enjoyed, and the enter tainment was up to the high standard of this year's lecture course narvev Zentmire. living on the W will, Ii'.-)--; k h.' I ; t f.'jf V.V..' j' Alt. u ff :.rr 1 1 1 'J m&Smm raw - sr- ' - ""-tit nana i'"-"" -- KeepMabieste Mlfl TT 111 Many children get sick and die every winter because of some poor heating appliance in the home. Come and see us and we will show you a Base Burner that will not only keep the children warm, healthy and happy, but will save one half on your fuel bills. There is no other h-zo burner like THE FIRST CLASS FAVORITE, with TRIPLE EXPOSED FLUES, because the features that make it such a wonderful heating stove, so economical in the use of fuel, are patented. Don't put off the buying of your stove until the cold days come. Drop into our store any day, and we will be glad to show you this beautiful Base Burner. It is a Real Favor ile. There are more of them sold than of any other base burner made, and wre guarantee it to be the best made. It s like opening a bank ac count to buy a Favorite Base Burner, because it saves you money every day it is in use, and oring-s sucn comtort and satis faction, too. ! CSi B Lumber Co Dakotet. City, Nbrkck. Yjtfnrindtrm KzASon initio 1'LUlCvS' 111 litem i w r at " - d i f ' 'l v DiaiawBVBaB to the ill of biother aud sister of Mrs lilack, departed Sunday for Rnsh villo to attend the funeral rites. Warner farm southwest of town, was in this place ou business, lues- lay, the first time iu severul montns. lie still walks on crutches, from the effects of a Beige of inflammatory rheu matism which settled in his left knee and is unable to bear any weight on his foot. Croup is roost prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter months. 1'arents oi young ciniureu Khoiilii be ntenared for it. All that is needed is a bottle of Chamberlain s ough Itemed v. Many mothers are never without it iu their homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all druggists. The Lyons Mirror states that Chus Phillips, father of Mrs David Everett, eft for Hartford, Connecticut, .Holi day, to visit his sister, Mrs Thomas I Brabuzoo, und Husband, lib is almost 80 vears old and don't know whether li vi ever return to Lyons, lie was au old pioneer of Nebraska, having settled at Dakota City June 23, 1808, aud then took a claim on the wild pri meval prairies near where Wakefield now stands, aud lived in a tent aud covered wagon. The Mirror wishes him a safe journey und pleaBunt visit. ltepreiontutives of the Lytle con atructiou company, ol Moux Uity, were here Wednesday measuring up tue dation of the S A Stinson store which burned a few weeks ago, and will make an estimate on the cost of a new building, which will in all proba bilitv be erected ou the site of tbe one burned. The residents of Dakota Citv and vicinity will be pleased to see a new ftore building erected by Mr Stinson. as they now realize the need of a ffood general store where a mode late stock of dry goods, clothing, lur uishings, etc, is carried. Mr otiuson was assured that in ease be gave them the contract they would have the buildinBf erected in three week s timo. Miss Lottie Orr, daughter of M and Mrs R B Orr of this place, was united in marriage Thursday to Mr nivrle Hodson. of Winside. Nebr. The eeremonv thst united these two young nnmiln was performed by Rev J G Shok, in UoCabo M E church, in Omaha, of which Rev Shiok is pastor. Miss Orr is a Dakota Citv girl, having spent nearly her entire life among us, and h. r hosts of friends joiu us in widiing her unbounded happiness For the past year or more she has had huige of tlie telephone exchange at Winside, where her husband is iu tho undertaking and embalming business. Alter n week's visit with relatives nt the Broom nt lied UiK. Iowa, too newiy wedded coufle will b "at borne to to their fri nd at, Wimsi le. Nob. SOUTH SIOUX CITY From the Record Horn. Nov 14tli to Mr and M Kobci t Prisscy, a son Horn. November 13th, to Mr nnd Mrs II (1 lllackctt r, a 7 pound daughter. lames Ileinstrret ot liinerson was visitor nl tin J M Johnson home Wcdnes dav. 0 lid MeU hits two large torn cribs well nniler way at his place in Railroad Addition. Mrs Iv. Ii. Cordon will commence to build a In i nsr in the north part ol town in the near tiiturc. F H Church nnd Civile McKinzey who have been ut Lnim Pine and Meadow drove returned home Tuesday. !- K Cliur.'h, janitor ut the south school met wiih a painful accident Thursday when he sprained Ins ankle. Bert Karst, who had the bone ol his foot crushed last Spring, suliered the mislortune Saturday ol having a horse step on the injured member. Mrs II C Phillips ol Mnrslund arrived here Saturday accompanied by her grandson, little Raymond Mullitis, who had been visiting her for some months. Mr mid Mrs Louis Jeep, sons Waldo nnd Adelliert, und daughter Miss Udna are planning n trip to California the first ot the year where they will spend the winter. The new Omaha depot is fast neuring completion. 1 lie plastering is done una the interior woodwork is being put on U is thought that December 1st will see the new structure occupied by Agent Cooper nnd his office force A representative ol the insurance com panies doirni a. business here in South Sioux Uity was in town tins wees look ing over the town. It is supposed by local insurance agencies tiiat tue town will be re-rated, but whether insuranci. . v 1 1 1 be more or less has not yet been earned. The engngemcut ot Mr Koyrilgtim.n former South Sioux City boy, son ol Mr and Mis Win Pilgrim and Miss Ethel HurUeol B.iueroli, who 1ms made her home here lor the past lour years, was announced last week Tile wedding will take place at the honieol the young lady at Hancrolt. on November 30th loscpli I English, who last purchased the Cora H Miller larin west ol town lor $8, 500, last week completed arrange meats lor its sale to a man trom Iowa lor SI 2.00O. This was S175 per acre Mr liuiilisli had added considerable iinorovements but the udvauce in tile price ot Dakota County lanos suoweo his good judgement in purchasing here. While working iu the Fairhank nnd llallam cattle shed at the Crystal Lake Distillery Monday 14. N. Wauhob had the misloriune to have an arm broken. The cuttle Iresh from feeding on the plains, had been chained in their places and Mr Wauhob was trimming their tails and getting them in shape lor the winter's feeding. One of the cattle kicked his arm and resulted in a break between the elbow nnd the wrist. U - If You Got Sick -How About Your Last or had a bad accident- Summer's Wages? If it is Bavcd (as k sohuld be) and in the bank, then you can Luujili at Misfortuno. 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 Today. We pay 4 interest on time deposits, and keep your money Absolutely Safe: "The Bank Bank of that ALWAYS treats you Da.fc.ota. County RIGHT" l&ekton N.br. LAND See Stinson's Sale Adv. All kinda of coal, feed and hay for sale at reasonable prices. l itLDB & Slaughter Co. TbeoE Bliven, Manager, Dakota City, Neb. The Most Popular Book That will Make You RIcK The greatest combination of industsialism and farming, now rapidly developing, is to be found along the Burlington Route in the vicinity of SHerideirt. Wyoming, Hardin and Dialings. Mont. and iu tbe Big Horn Besin where large, deeded, alfalfa ranches that have made million aires of the owners, are being divided into small farm, and where Government irrigated homestead and Cary Act Lands are available. v A Wonderfully Rich Country: You can get hold of an irrigated farm within a, radius of a few miles of excellent coal, natural gas, illuminating oil, building materials, fast growing towns ' that have varied industries. Personally Conducted Excursions: On the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays I personally conduct landseekers excursions to see these lands. D. Clem Deaver, Oen Agt Land Seekers Information Bureau, 1004 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebr. ,ByTh3tiCStFc?a!srMsn ii irrrrr' vr aicnicmjxnnnixa I Civet In book form ry Roosevelt's own hand ths cole account ol h!s African Hunt. I (J) H:Fg ISI ESS MUM. W ! IT II I I H tlGENTSj. &r WANTED NOW ft rf in every ft City, Town nnd Villarfo Ife w, to handle Jtv Colonel Koosevell's vtf Great Book CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS 153 Fifth Avenue Now York This 1-in. Coucord Harness No. 76 no collars $31 Our No. 179, lK-in. Concord, with flat backs, abetter job $35 e TO 41 1 Pearl St Sioux City M (I) ft HAR INI E:SS U'