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About Dakota County herald. (Dakota City, Neb.) 1891-1965 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1900)
I Odds ana Ends ! 1
Choice an v necktie..'
Laundered white shirts
Unlaundered white shirts
Everv-dav shirts collars Attached
Anthony Myers wrs over from Sioux
Mrs. E. J. Raymond and son are up
from Wayne visiting.
Mrs. Van de Zeddo has been allliet
ed with a severe cold a few days.
Barney Gribble sends the Herald to
J. H. Jackson ut Bottle Creek, Neb.
Deputy Treasurer Boler spent Wed
nesday night at home near Jackson.
Will H. Ryan contemplates a trip
nnto the British Columbia nftor Feb.
County Treasurer Boler and wife
spent Sunday iu Pender, visiting rel
atives. Don't forget the Herald does all
kinds of "job printing. Good work at
$4.00 for 25c. call on Len O'Harrow
S18 Fourth street, Sioux City, and see
how it is done.
Thos. J. Hartnett of Jackson, who
has been ill for several weeks, is now
Mush and Milk Warner of the Lyon's
Looking Glass was snooping round
these parts Saturday.
Quarterly meeting services will be
held at the M. E., church this after
noon and tomorrow.
Stephen Cain, the fat Irishman from
Emerson precinct, was in town Thurs
day, hale and hearty.
Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Warner left
Monday evening for Southwestern
Iowa for an extended visit.
The Herald is a clean family nkws
paper. It's columns are not tilled up
with smutty btories and vulgarity.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. John C .
Duggan of Goodwin, January 8th, a
fine daughter. All are doing well.
Gerald Dillon, the champion check
er player of St. Johns precinct, greeted
his friends down this way Thursday.
Robert Roe, who has been an in
mate of iho county poor house for the
past eight mouths, died Wednesday.
Sale bills promptly executed at the
Herald ofliee, and notice given in the
paper. Wo have the best aireulation
in tho county,
Jcs. Cooley, the efficient mail car
rier, was setting up the cigars Tuesday
over the arrival of a flue boy at his
JlUUlUi ..11 uuiufj " t 11.
Lew Armbright came in yesterday
and handed us $2 for this news giver
and the Sioun City Semi-Weekly Jour
nal one year. Bully for Lew.
Several of our subscribe t have
promised us wood for back srbscrip
tion.i Right now we'll take the wood,
later on we'll wuut the money. They
can take their choice.
Tho Herald and tho Cincinnati
Inquirer one for local and county
news, the other for general news
both large papers all for fci.OO per
year in advance.
Some postmasters of this county are
sending back copies of the Hkkakd
marksd "refused" that have never
been refused, and delaying business
letters addressed to this ofllco. There
will be a rattling of dry bones in Wash
ington if we go after them . Tho Heii
alp asks no favors, neither will it
Last Thursday evening word was re
ceived by telephone at this place that
Sam Ayres, who resided at Sioux City,
son of Frank Ayres, had shot himself
through the head. His father and un
cle immediately drove over and arrived
at tho bedside a short while before his
death. The funeral wus held at this
place Saturday afternoon, conducted
l' '. Clark.
led t'J chop wooi
J..IIN Ml l'U.L.
Omaha World-Herald is givai
i d.ii'y pup-r, and it is ulsn gnat us
f. klv paper, its weekly issue,
is m iet a hemi-weeklv. Iiccuutc
it is published twice a week so as to
give subscribers the news more fre
quently, contains all the news of the
day, besides a large amount of miscel
lany, a agricultural department, and
.quite elaborate reports on the stock
.and grain market.
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mMm&m$The Price Knife Makes Another Gash!
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- 30 jjj Broken sizes, plain black, stripe and plaid
J I woVsteps, fine cassimere and cheviots, from jjv! iQ
S; assorted lots, worth up to $22.00, all go at kJQ'O'
Will continue to give the clothes-buying as well as the clothes-selling public an opportunity to talk, to think, to buy
to buy Suits, Overcoats and Furnishing Goods cheaper than -ever clothing was sold beforo in Sioux City.
&igf PAPPE BROTHERS.
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Wm. Foltz has been engaged for a
week past in building a tine house for
George Woods on his farm south of
The Herald the oflicial newspaper
of Dakota County for l'.00 and the
Sioux City Semi-Weekly Journal, one
year for $'2.00.
I have some clothing and some shoes
that I will trade for wood or corn. I
will also take wood or corn on accounts
except for groceries.
D. C. Stixson.
Cheapness is no truo criterion as to
the value of a newspaper. If you
want news, and lois of it for a moder
ate sum, try the Hekalp and some of
its clubbing papers.
The fact that the Herald editor no
longer carries out the idea continually
advanced by tho delectable Atleo in
looking like a bum, seems to grind
that Hon(?) gent. He feels riled that
we do not follow his example in in
vesting our proceeds in booze and
"false l)ottoms." Common rumor has
it tho Hon. (?) gent has progeny sulli
cient to oecupy his attention without
taking any other burdens on the "Old
The editor of this oflicial newspaper
attended church and took dinner with
Banker E. T. Rice at Bancroft Sun
day. Bancroft has grown moro sub
staucially than any town in nortLeast
Nebraska tho past three years. About
30 new large two story dwelling houses
have been erected, water-works system
put in, and several lino business blocks.
It has a general air of prosperity hard
to equal anywhere. Wo also visited
in Pender and shook hands with many
old friends. We put up Sunday even
ing at the best hotel in Northeast
Nebraska Tho Hotel McDonald, at
Emeisou, ran by that prince of land
lords, Barney McDonald. We found
Emerson growing fast also, several
large buildings having been erected.
We called on Editor Knight of tho Ad
vocate and found him up to his ears
in work. We most thorougly enjoyed
M. C. Jay went to Emerson, Pender
and Ponca Tuesday to arrange for a
bond for Attorney Thompson, who is
in jail at that Ponca, bound over to the
district court on if 1500 bond, charged
by W, H. Smiley with defrauding him
of the proceeds of his storo at Emer
son. Smiley it seems is out on the
watpath. He claims he was induced
to sign over1 his stock &o to Thompson
on representation by him and other
parties that he was in danger of arrest.
Ho did so and left the town. Ho re
turned some time afterwards at night
and on proceeding to his homo found
that ho was not the only pebble on the
beach, and that several people of bo'h
sexes were present having a high time.
Ho left without entering, and now has
returned and is going after the people
he alleges stole his property, his wife
and his happiness. From what we
hear, there will be a lively time beforo
ho gets through, as he implicates sev
eral prominent people. The sympathy
of the people is with Smiley, and they
hope to see him land a few hypocrites
and sneaks behind the bars. Editor
Cobb of the Enterprise wrote Thomp.
son up, anil was arrested lor criminal
libel. Who is to blame is not, kn jvn,
but any person or persons who inter
fere with another man's home and fam
ily should be given all tho hell it is
possible to give them this side of the
lirery furnace. We have kuown Smi
ley live years past and always found
him a gentleman.
Lutheran Church Services,
Emamel, Dakota City: San Jay
School every Sunday morning at 9:45.
Preaching services every alternate
Sundays at 11 a. m., also "every alter
nate Sunday at 7 -'M i m. Young
People's prayer meeting Wednesday
evenings ut 7 :'M.
St. Paul's, Humkii: Preaching
every alternate Sunday at 11 a. m.
Salem: Sunday School every Sun
day at 1 :30 P. m. Preaching at 2 :.!0.
Young People's meeting at 7 :.'!() v. m.
WJJ'!JiiiL ,DV,t,,l to attend
these aervicc. S. M. it!u 'M
! M. E. Chnrch Services.
i'nisr M. E. Chi kch: PieaeljW' '
11 a. .m. ami 7::i0 I-, m., Rf wort 1 1
I i.e iKiie '' 1: m. Sunday Schlo1 10
I Prayer Meeting Thursday eve
(ii g at
j 7 :;ii.
i At Grace M. E. Church
will be held as follows : Sunda
at 1:30 p. m., Preaching at 2:
Everybody m invited to attend
J'. M. Clark, 1
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FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS YEAR.
-pHE OMAHA WEEKLY
published twice a week
costs Si.oo a year. It con
tains all the news, be
sides much miscellany,
an agricultural depart
ment and fine market re
ports. It was formerly
edited by Wm. J. Bryan
and is still his strongest
supporter, often publish
ing his speeches and
Those who subscribe now for the
remainder of this year free.
The editor of this paper Js authorized to receive subscriptions.
In tho District Court of Dakota Coun
ty, in tho State of Nebraska:
Nellie R. Davis, Notice
Plaintiff, j to
vs. ! Xon Resident
John Davis, Defendant.
Tho defendant, John Davis, will
take notice that on the 15th dny of
November, 1800, the plaintiff tiled her
petition in the District Court of Da
kota County, Nebraska, against the
defendant, tho object and prayer of
which are to obtain a divorce from
you on tho ground of extreme cruelty
and want of support.
You are required to answer said pe
tition on or before the '20th day of
Mell C. Beck,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Compare the Herald with other
county' papers, take its general news,
homo news and county news into con
sideration; then hand us $1.50 for a
year. You won't regret it.
Given by Mrs. SchmieP in Honor of Mts.
Au elegant and extremely enjoyable
Five O'clock Tea was given by Mrs.
Mell A. Schinied last Monday evening,
in honor of Mrs. Win. Baughmau, who
left Wednesday to join her husband at
Modale, la. Tho ladies considerately
left their worses halves at home, and,
after much social enjoyment, sat down
to a delicious repast, prepared by tho
careful hands of the hotess, compris
ing the following
Oranges. Pulverized Sugar.
.Salmon Loaf with Cream Dressing.
Surutoga Chips. Sandwiches.
Beef Loaf. Cream Potatoes.
Pickled Peaches and Pears.
Pickalillv. Hot Biscuit. Jellv.
Fruit Gelatine with Whipped Cream.
White Fruit Loaf Cake.
Brown Stone Front Cake.
After much merriment anil wishing
of health and happiness to Mrs.
Baughmau in her new home, the
The following ladies were present :
Mesdanies .1. hn Orr, K. V. I'ruzt r, It.
I'.. Evans L. T. Periii. Win. Adair, M.
'). Ayi.-s, II. .1. llapeiuun, M. L.
lu sher, L. A. Hart. G. Miller, R. Hen
diickson. W. 1. Warner. (.'. H. Mux-
1 well, SI. C. .lay, L. Guyci, E. II.
i ( ii iliiilc and (iruiidnia Schinied.
A Pleasant Party.
Last Saturday wus Miss Mary Max
well's l'Jtli birthday, and it wus observ
ed by a pleasant party atteuded by
young folks, a number of whom were
from Siuux City. They had a jolly
year 1900 will receive It for the
Until further notice I shall be at my
oflice in the Court Honsa the third Bat
nrday of every month. At that time
opportunity for examination will be
eiven to applicants for certificates.
Th ise desiring certificates should bring
whatever documentary evidence of
scholarship they have in shape of dip
lomas and certificates. I shall jilwaya
bo pleased to have teachers, oflicers
and patrons consult with me. Direc
tors should request needed supplies,
always designating quantity wanted.
II. J. H.U'EMAN,
If s up to the People.
Less than a year remains in which
to gather facts, and information that
will influence your vote for the next
president of the United States.
That grievous wrongs have been
committed, and grave errors allowed
to exist without effort at correction, is
evidenced by the speech, writings, and
comments of eminent statesmen and
jurists ; congressmen and leading men
of business ; professors and clergymen
in every state.
Party affiliations have been ignored
in the outcry against thrusting aside
the safeguards of our fathers and rush
ing pell-mell into the affairs of Europe.
The situation is a deplorable one if
not alarming; as is also our domestic
affairs dominated by gigantic Trnats.
The evils are not of spontaneous
growth ! They are the result of years
of labor and expenditure of millions
of dollars! Beginning with the dis
placement of American silver ior
English gold, the cunning of Eng
land's diplomacy in shaping the des
tiny of our Republic is apparent to
any ordinary observer seeking the
true inwardness of events.
The Cincinnati Enquirer has fre
quently called attention to each and
every move as it was transpiring, and
during the campaign of 1900 will
present its readers with a truthful
array of facts that will be extremely
interesting and startling.
No fair-n.inded American, be he
Republican, Democrat or of other
political faith, can afford at this critical
time to ignore the truth. Partisan
prejudice, with the Trusls as dictators,
is a far more degrading slavery than
that which existed previous to the Civil
War of '61-64. t
Trusts in the United States alune
have a representative capital greater
than all the gold and silver in the
world. These will spend many more
j millions of dollars to suppress truth
ami luns anu nv.sicau au who tail to
look beyond their plausible decep
tions. Read the Enquirer and you
will be able to discern the truth and
combat falsehood. A victory for
Trusts and the McKinley Adminis
tration in 1900 will end the era of
greatest good to greatest number.
Watch carefully the
and Counselor At Law.
Collections Promptly Attended to.
Dakota City, Nebraska
Local Happenings Around the Churches
Of Interest to Our Readers.
Mrs. Bodebcnder is improving quite
Tho meetings at thj Grace church
are well attended.
Mr. Horace Dutton has ordered a
bran new surrey.
The LaGripp and ehickeu-iox have
entered the neighborhood
The members of the George lioales
family are again able to bo out.
Miss Mabel Sides attended tho 111 a -sicale
in Sioux City Friday evening,
given by Mis. Stono.
Will Hazelgrove has been building
a new bnrn. Ho is improving his
property every year.
Last Monday morning, Mrs. Georgo
Bates had the msafortune to fall and
sprain her ankle. Since then, George
has had to attend to tho household
Don't forget the meetings which
will be held at Salem, beginning next
Wednesday evening, Rev. F. L. Yargcr
of Atchison Kans. will assist Rev.
Lesher with tho meetings.
Irving Fisher's entertained Home of
the young peoplo last Wednesday eve
ning, and we think from tho noise and
laughter that was heard from within
the house and the late hour kept that
they must have had a merry time,.
The members of tho Lutheran church
planned a very pleusent surprise
on Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Boales
before their departure for tho west.
Last (Friday) night a largo number
of their friends und neighbors gather
ed at their home. After general ex-'
change of courtisies Rev. Lesher in
most fitting remarks presented a beau
tiful silver tea set in behalf of the
friends of tho host and hostess. Tho
token of friendship was highly appre
ciated and a most fitting response was
Hindu on tho part of tho recipients.
The probability is that even if tho
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis &
Omaha Railway compauy does not
avail itself of the survey of the Omaha
Northern Railway company on the
Nebraska side of tho river between
Omaha and Sioux City, that very soon
it will run a survey of its own from
Sioux City to Tekainah for a lino to
be built in the spring. It seems that
whsn T. W. Toasdalo general passen
ger agent for tho road, a few days ngo
authorized ths statement in Minneapo
lis., and St. Paul that the Sioux City
Omaha IhiA.!. the company would be
shortened this yealiie only let out a
secret that has been known to officials
of tho road in Sioux City ,!hl vOiiiaha
for two or three weeks. ""v
The necessity of the Omaha road for
ft short line between Sioux City and
Omaha has been made imperative by
the MinneaiKilis and St. Louis Illinois
Central competition, and the threat
ened competition of the Oreat Nor
thern for the Twin Cities-Sioux City
The proprietor of tho Hkkai.d makes
the following advantageous subscrip
tion offer. For tho sum of $2 00 in
cash v ill send the Omaha Semi
Weekly Woild-lliiild, or the Sioux
City .loui-nul Semi-Weekly Journal and
the Dakota Coi nty Hkiui.h until Jan
uary 1st 1'IOL Reduced rates given
on all h ading magniiies and dailies.
For 2.2r we will hi nd tho Weekly
Cincinnati I'mjuirer, tho best paper
printed between tho two oceaus, a
broad, educational uewspaper and tho
Dakota Ooi-.ntv IIkkai.u until January
1st 1001. This is a remarkable offer
Keep your feet warm!
Cold weather will toon be here, and it will be well or everyone to wan
off all danger of catching cold. Warm and dry feet sate many a doctor
I havo a ffne lot of shoes that are selling at very low prices. AH
styles, sizes and prices,
Rubbers and Arctics!
I have now on hand a Choice Lino oj Rubbers and Arctics. Conio
and Inspect Them Before tho Best are Gone. I
Guarantee my Good and Prices.
S. A. STINSON.
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"Karl Schriever. Fred Schriever.
Tinware, Cutlery, Kitchen Utensils, Ammunition,
Garden Tools, Nails, and Everything
Carried in a
General Hardware Store.
ssr Call and Get our Prices Before Buying
where. We may
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Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Opposite Court House,
The most complete
In the City,
Under IT. S. Clothing Btore.
Corner Fourth and Pierce.
SIOUX CITY, - - IOWA.
F. A. WOOD,
Real Estate Loans. Collections.
J. F. LEEDOM & SON,
Special Attention (liven to Horse
shoeing and Repairiug.
Dakota City, Nebraska
DR. 64 MAXWELL
Calls Promptly Attended.'
DAKOTA CITY. I VKRRASKA
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save you money.
Heavy Hardware. I
PROPRIETOR OF 1
Dakota City, Nebraska. , I
reighter and General Contractor.
Old Buildings Raised and Re
paired. Terms Reasonable .
DAKOTA CITY, - NEBRASKA.
DR. D. C. STINSON,
Dakota City, Netaaska.
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telephone and othei
promptly responded to,
For All Kinds of
Hanimatt X- Rockwell
Blacksmithing and Wagonworkiiig.
Cleneral Blacksmithing, Plow
Work, Repairing Wood or Iron
Promptly and Neatly Done.
DAKOTA CITY, - NEBRASKA.
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