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Dakota County Heralds Dakota City, Nebraska
'nVmiiys r. QgJ. in yi, mi jjixyj' v n . i.apnj?mti.Ammjii inipt','r , v , -I II T i NCSt HI bank Invest With Certainty Do you know of any investment in which you could put your money to day and in six months receive inter est or dividends? You can do that if you invest in a CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT AT THIS BANK. Six months from date of issue you can cash your certificate for full value plus accrued interest. There is no better, nor safer investment. We Pay cates. Per Cent on Time Certili- Bank of Dakota City n DEALERS ! II tilt K IS Til 10 BIGGEST OPl'OHTTXITV IN Til UFA KM FIELD The demand for farm electric light and power plant? is growing with amazing rapidity. It seems that almost every up-to-date farmer wants this great convenience. The, advantages of safe electric light in house barn yard and other buildings running water under pressure, and power for all light machinery are too apparent to overlook. We are distributors inthis territory, for the famous Silent ALAMO iBBI Muirianiky Mintwncr ff ' FARM ELECTOR POWER AND LIGHT PLANT This is the remarkable plant that is demonstrated at the fairs, running under full load, with three ordinary drinking glasses as a foundation. It is the plant that is absolutely free from ruinous vibration needs no special foundation -runs quietly without being anchored has so many wonderful features that it practically sells itself. We want a live dca I it i the cliniice of a ii every lifetime locality We will give this dealer exclusive territory and back him to the limit with the stuff that makes sales. This is the fastest growing business in the farm field. Live light plant dealers arc all doing a big business. Silent Alamo dealers are unusually successful. Write today for dealer proposition. Act now before your territory is closed. WIOSTEKN KOCJK 0 31 A II A, ISLAND PLOW ,N 10 B It A S K A CO. I Attorney E. J. Smith and wife were here from Homer on Business Tues day. A. V. Li.ng, of Omnhn, spent n few d.ijs here last week in the home of D. Van dc Xcdde. J. A. Hill nml his assistant, "Deak" Foltz, are wiring cottages at the lake tins week -for lights. Ernest Triggs and his new son-in-law and daughter wero here from Al len Sunday visiting relatives. Mrs. H. V, Foley and children re turned the past week from a month's visit with relatives in Iowa and Wisconsin. Miss Goldic Frederick came down I'riday evening from Wnyne, where she is attending the stato normal, and visited over Sunday with home folks. S. L. Anderson of Norfolk, in the railway mall service between Norfolk and Sioux City, was hero on business Tuesday. He was a former principal in our schools. Rev. C. It. Lowo and G. W. Sayre autoed to Homer Friday where Mr. Lowe was looking after the Lutheran church property that was damaged by the recent flood. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Quintal went to Jefferson, S. D., Monday for a few days' visit with friends and relatives before taking their departure for their new home at Holyoke, Col. Otto Fiscus, of South Sioux Cil, was a lodger in the county jail last week on a charge of wife desertion. He gave bond for his appearance on Monday next, and was relcabeii. There will be a regular meet!" of Omadi Lodge No. 5, A. F. & A. i Saturday evening of this week. lm officers-elect for the ensuing ' e m will be installed at this meet. .g. The final session of the board of equalisation will be held next Thurs day. J illy ist, and if you have a kick to register on your assessment, that will be your last chance to make it. A letter from Earl L. Side3 to his mother, Mrs. John F. Sides, rtntes that he has been transferred from New York to Camp Eusticc, and is now in chmgc of a power motor boat. Albert Noff and wife, of Toleik Ohio, arrived Friday to visit their cousin, Mis. A. J. Kramper and fam ily. Mr. Ncff lived here ihiity-iiinu years ago, and finds the country much changed. Married at the Lutheran parsonage on Tuesday, Juno 15th, Floyd E.Nel son and Miss Clara E. Pnprltz; and on Thursday. June 17th, Homer E. Hew ett and Mrs. Mary A. Dodson, all of Sioux City, Ilev. C. It. Lowe officiat ing. ftugh Altemus, wife and son Frank drove over from Correctionville, In., Tuesday for a visit with Mr. Altemus' mother. Mr. Altemus returned the same day, while his wife and son re mained for a week's visit with rela tives. Ed Millie, of Lorctto, Neb., a for mer manager for the E. & B. Lum- Tho Herald, $1.50 per year Gu Cheney, of Mllcsvilic, S. 1)., was t visitor here last Friday In company with Fred A. Wood, of Sioux City. The ball team drove to Bionson, Iowa, Sunday and were defeated by the fait team at that place lij a 5 to 1 score. A. K. Partington, who has been em ployed in the S. A Stinson st' re tor the past few months, resigned his position last week and returned to the city. Cedar Rapids Man Is Now Convinced ui:i.ii:vi:i nothing cori.n nin-r HIM. Hl'T TAM.AC fl 1' Hl.1l HACK ON IT IX 3ii:n wanti:i to si:li. (;itoci;im:s SELLING EXPERIENCE NOT NE CESSARY. One of the Worlds largest Grocers, (capital over $1,000 000.00) wants, ambitious men in your locality to sell direct to consumer nationally known brands of an ex tensive line of groceries, paints roof ings, lubricating oils, stock foods, etc. No capital required. Write today. State ago and occupation. John Sexton & Co., 352 W. Illinois St.. Chicago, 111. sum .mi: n school Banking, Shorthand, Typewrit ing, Telegraphy, Civil Service, Bookkeeping. Demand for graduates urgent. Positions secured. Students may work for board. Address now for Catalog A. llojles College, Omaha, Nebr. When you want your Ford Tropei'ly Repaired with Genu ine Ford Paris, by Genuine Ford Mechanics, take it lo the Ford Hospital. HOMEH MOTOR CO. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920 I) II. S. .1. I) AIL! Resident Dentist PHONE 51 HOMER. NEBR. "Since I began taking Tuulac 1 not only feel better than I have in years, but I have gained fifteen pounds in weight, and am iitill gaining every day," said Gary Walters, Cellar Rap ids, Iowa. , "For seven years 1 had suuVicil from stomach trouble," he said, ".My appetite was poor and my stomach o badly upset that at times even the sight ol food made me sick, and ev erything 1 ate disagreed with me. After every meal I became nauseated, .jclduin being able to retain a thing and would have such severe pains Li the pit of my stomach they almost drew me double. My heart palpita ted terribly at times and often 1 Irul such smothering spells it was all I could do to get my l'-eath. These spells troubled me mi . at night and sometimes 1 had to get up and walk the floor just fighting for breath. My head ached so bad at times it al most drove me distracted and I suf fered so much from dizziness I could not begin to do any work that re quired (lending over. 1 had lost weight and strength until I was in a badly run down, weukened condition, and despaired of ever getting well again. "1 decided to try Tanlac because others said it helped them and nu: that I had any confidence in it to help me. I did not doubt the word of the people giving these state ments, but I had taken so many dif ferent medicines. without getting a particle of relief from them I didn't believe Tnnlac or anything else could do me any good. Well, 1 had taken it only a short while when I began to realize it was not like other med icines I had tried, for tho improve ment in my conditionwas simply re markable. As I kept taking Tanlac I kept getting better until todny I am a well man. My stomach is in fine shape, everything I eat agrees ber company in this place, was here with me. mv heart does not nalnitato Monday uctween 1 rains with his wife ,and 1 never have a sign of shortness and two children, making a .short (ii breath. My head had stopped ach- visu in inc dome oi his nrotiicr-in-law, R. M (Slim) Waddell. Mrs. Wm. P. Warner returned last inursuay from a trip to Washington, ure to me. inero is D. C, where she visited in the home uilterence in mo now ing, I never became dizzy, and I have regained my strength so that my work as an iron-moulder is actually npleas- a wonderful and before I ADVERTISING PAYS All Except Thoso Who Do Not Advortise, $100 Reward, $100 Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. It therefore require constitutional treat ment. HALL'3 CATARRH MEDICINE is taken Internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys. tern. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient strength by Improving tho general health and assists nature In doing Ita work. 1100.00 for any case of Catarrh that HALL'8 CATARRH MEDICINE falls to cure. . ururgista 75c. Testimonials rree. F. J. Chtnsy Co., Toledo, Ohio. H. F. Foley has accepted a posi tion in Davidson Bros, store in Sioux City. Barney M. Marriott, of Versailles, Mo., and Alice Allen, of South Sioux City, were married in Sioux City on Friday. William Kinnison, 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kinnison, of South Sioux City, died Saturday, June 19th, of pneumonia. Vern Altemus and wife lrive taken possession of the house vacated by he Quintal family md will go to housekeeping thero at once. Mrs. Martricia Drain, age 80 years, died in Sioux City last Thursday of senility. She was the mother of Ed Drain, a former Covington precinct farmer. Ray Heikes got tangled up with a team of horses in the barn last Wednesday and was pretty badly in jured by being kicked and trampled upon. However, he is able to be around again. The Julius Quintal family shipped their household goods Monday to their new home at Holyoke, Col., and on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Quintal and two sons, Joe and Raymond, departed for that place. Five of the Quintal boys Richard, Elmer, Alex, Wi.lnnd Freeman live on farms near thu town of Holyoke, Col. Winsidc (Neb.) Tribune- The Tri bune has nothing but praise in speak ing of tho entortainment last Satur day evening. Miss Olson was simply grand, and by far the best elocution ist ever in Winside. Her delinea tions wero perfect, and carried tho audience with her, particularly in the pathetic horse-race recital. Chickens do better during the hot months if provided with plenty of shade, says the Nebraska College of Agriculture. It pays to provide ar tificial protection from the sun if there are no trees or bushes. Over crowding also often results in disaster In hot weather. A coop that is largo enough to hold baby chicks will not do when they are two or more months old. Growing chicks require plenty of room. Miss E. Margaret Olson, dramatic reader and impersonator, of Sioux City, formerly of Seattle, Wash., will give nn entertainment at the M. E. church on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, June 24th, under the auspices of the Ladies Aid society. The pro ceeds of the entertainment to be used for the new basement. Miss Olson will dramatize "Polly of the Circus," in which she impersonates sixteen characters. She will be assisted by Prof. Orwln Allison Morse, pianist, of Sioux City, and Miss Mildred Nelson. vocalist. Miss Olson is a reader of great ability, and holds her listeneru . Intensely interested to the end, Congressman and Mrs. R. E. Evans, took Tanlac, and it's a real pleasure She also visited in Chicago unil Oma- to tell others about it." lui en route home. Mrs. Fannie! Tanlac is sold in Dakotn City by Crozier, who accompanied her east, Nciswanger Pharmacy, in South is expected home the coming week. Sioux City by McBeath's Pharmacy, F. M. Russell, of the editorial staff Homer by Brassfield & Jensen. oi me aoutn umann stockman, was here last week and in company with County Agent C. R. Young, v.sitcd a number of our prominent farmers and stockmen getting data for a write-up of Dakota county, and also a number of rho prominent farmers and, breeders of tho county. Mrs. Lydia C. Eckhart, widow of tho late Phillip Eckhart, former res idents of this place, died at her home in Oakland, Cal., Juno 10th, ot senility. She was in her 90th year. Three sons survive her. Thoy arc William C. Eckhart of San Diego, Cal., and Eli and Arthur Eckhart of Oakland, Cal. Robert A. Hansen, who recently wrote us from McMurray, Wash to Advertisement. WiTUAY notum:. Taken up by tho undersigned on his land, on the 20th day of May, 1920, in Dakota County, Nebrasko, two black colts, one mare, one p.oldlng two yoars old, ono gray yearling with white strip in face, ono gray maro about three years old. Owner can have H.imo by paying for this notice.and for feed and enre. M. SMITH, Hubbard, Nebraska. Poultry Raising Attracting Attention Fivo hundred men and women from seven counties attended a poultry change the address on his Herald to eld day program at the University Hubbard. Neb., for the time beinir. is ?arm at Lincoln recently. Speakers unable to come east for the nresent. i declared that Nebraska is rapidly be owing to tho serious illness of Mrs. Hansen s mother who lives at Sno homish, Wash. They will remain there for some time, until tho l.idy recovers. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. lockott, Jones street; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Greer, Virginia street; Mr. and Mrs. G. 1'. Hughes and littlo Richard, and the Misses Muriel, Marion, and Frances, anil Mr. Linwoou 'lughes, of Morning sldo Ave.; Mis3 Pearl Kitchen, and Mr. Malcom Anderson, nil of SIou City, wero supper guests at the II. A. Greor homo Sunday. R. C. Becker and George M. Bur- cominc one of tho big noultry states. In 1917 it produced GG,000,000 worth of poultry products. Tho College of Agriculture is making speclnl effort to encourage tho industry. Special ists are sunt over tho statu to give instruction and domop.'.tiations in butter poultry raising methods. The state has established twenty-nlno poultr demonstration farmo in seven counties which survo as centers for thu distribution of knowledge regard ing bettor poultry methods, nid also for the distribution of better breed ing poultry. Thirty-live thousand persons attended culling demoiidtr i- lions given by specialists last year. Stinson's Specials for Saturday, J nne 26 FOIL THIS DAY ONLY Children's, Misses' aim Women's Underwear Odds and Ends at 10i', Lie imJ !!5e Men's Single Garments !(' K .'0e Ji few polr of Men's Oxfords at : $"() 1 Large Cans Milk (White House or Ltbby's) Ii.1i 2 Pounds Circle Blend Cnlleo -. ! One-Half Pound Bulk Ten ' '-'He One Pound Ginger Snaps 20c One Pound Silicon's Pride Baking Powder 20c One Bar Queen of Roses Toilet Soap 10i One Can of Kraut, KKlney Beans or I'm uitoes lSo Medium Brown Sugar ISi Fresh Fruit unil Yegotables of all Kinds for Saturday's Trado Stinson's )aIota City, Nobraska B w. i 1 i m G. F. Hushes & Co. nett brought in r. 20-pound cnti.sh A n"alionu'i egg-laying contest is be from crystal lake Monday morning jn(, C01Kiuctcd by the Agricultural that they hooked during the night at Experiment Station at Lincoln lo in- the Luketon siding. It was thu best courage thu raising of high -gg.lny.ng and biggest specimen captured in the strains. lake this season, anil furnished 8 i.iu delicious meals for a number heru who don't know thu art of I'hing, and depend on the skill and persever ance of their neighbors. County Judge S. W. McKin'ey tied the nuptial knot for ten couples tho past week. They were: Earl G. Coffey and Hedvlg L. Larsen, both of Sioux City, on tho lGth. Carl II. Ba .1 II II lo I- .linkers runners nml lloim Knwirilril. One hundred and twenty-seven boys and girls, representing every section of the statu, wero entertained by the Nebraska College of Agriculture May 'II to June fi, in what Is known us thu I Lumber, Building SVla- terial, Hardware, Coal Wo have now been in Dakota City in tho Lumber, Hardware and Coal business, a littlo over three years. Our aim has boon to ploaso our customers, to treat every ono right and alike; and to give satisfaction as nearly as possible in all sales. We still carry tho best Lumber, Building Material, Hardware, Paints, Greases, Oils, and nearly every thing in our line. Wo thank each, and all Patrons for their past patronage, and will givo you tho samo courteous service in tho future. COME OFTEN H. H. GREEK, Manager. Dakota City, Nob. a2SSS2S23 Westcott's Undertaking: Parlors AUTO AMHULANCE SIOUX CITY, Old Phone, 42G IOWA New Phono, 2067 annual boys and girls club week. All ker and Rosetta Nichols, of Wayne, wero boys and girls who excelled In Neb.. Charles C. Resseirir.u .mil Viotta funning, stock raising or home mak- R. Davis, of Siojx City; Charles PfaiT, jr., of bloux City, and Nettie 11. Ros enbaum of South Sioux City; Ray M. Snodgref and Marie Junkee, both of Sioux City, on the ICth. Homer H. Hewitt of Sioux Citv and Marv A. Dodson of Macon, Mo and Gus Egg ing, while members of clubs. Their ages ranged from 12 to 18 years. Half of the week was spent In in struction in automobiles, tractors, crops and live stock, or training in cooking, sewing and other household arts. 'I bo afternoons wore dovoted ebrhist and Gladys Bayliss, both of lo si't seeing and educational trips Sioux City, on thu 17th. Erastus It. ubout MHcoln. Ono day was wpent Jones nnd Neva Swangor, both or " Omaho, tho Commercial club or Danbury, Iowa, on the 18th. Eugene t,m,t city providing n special train Gabiel and Elv.i Cooley, both of Sioux """ entertaining the ruture runners City, on tho 19th. Lovi M. Hughes P" ryul tylo. ami Mario Tripp, both of Sioux City, on tho 20th. f The Herald for News when It is News. E. F. Rasmussen Auctioneer Ponca, Neb. dd Write or phono me early for dates, as 1 will sell nearly ev ery day this season. I am sell ing for tho best farmers and stockmen In Northeast Nebras ka. I have Bomo good farms and ranches for sale. 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