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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD, DAKOTA CW?V, NEBKASKA.
DAKOTA COUNTY IIEItALI)
JOHN II. ItBAJI, Publisher.
Kntcrcd ns second Class mutter in
the l'ostofficc t Dakota City, Ncbr.
description Price, $1.C0 Per Year,
Telephone Nos. 13 nnd 15.
OJTlcInl I'npcr of Dnkotn City nml
Fotfiim AdTertUinc Rtprettive
( THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION J
, STATi: CAPITOL NBWS
The governor has approved three ol
the child wellure Mill. They relate
to divorce and to stealing or inin
The senate also passed a bill which
imposes u sentence of ten years m
the penitentiary upon anyone who
has ueen convicted or a felony tnree
Precinct assessors ore to receive
the same pay they have been getting
and will get no additional compensa
tion lor tilling out agricultural bdicU
ules it a bill passed by the house
suicly reaches the linni gonl.
'Ihe senate decided that ministers
und' other charitable workers must
pay lull t'aic when they ride on the
railroads the same us other folks
when it killed a bill granting hull
fare to this class of workers. There
appears to be no real demand loi
su.cn a law.
An attempt by Epperson to do
away with paroling prisoners irom
the penitcntiury lailco. In the couim.
of achate Air. Epperson said prison
ers are released irom the pen so rnp
idly, that it is not always, possiluc
ldr the warden to assemble a quorum.
'The tenote passed a bill a fewduyt
ago which requires teachers in all
schools in the state to take the oati.
of allegiance before starting upon
their duties. In other wonts, tney
will bo sworn into office the same in
members ol the legislature and othei
The house acted favorably on a
hill that requires the governor to
lill vacancies in the otflce of senutoi,
members of congress' and members 01
the legislature irom tne same part.v
as .that espoused by those who lenvt
the vacancies, Such appointment:,
are to run until the next genenti
.Some of tho legislators are strong
ly in favor of selling the state
school lands. They point out thai
under the present leasing system the
state loses a largo amount of reve
nue" which it would get If tho lands
were sold und tho money safely i '
vested. Tho money would go into
the permanent school fund.
instead of adopting the governor ?
idea that members of election board
should serve without pay tho house
advanced their wages to CO cents pei
ho"ur. When the senatu got hold ol
the bill it put wages back to the old
figure. Anything in tho way of an
increase in expenses scorns to have a
boor chance to get by In this legis
Sai.ijm church ;m:s
, I'UOUItAM AM) DINXJMt
The Salem Ludies Aid will enter
uin at a dinner given at the Sulem
churclr on Thursday of this weeV.
Each lady is requested to bring one
alsh of eatables.
V.A Half Hour With George Wash
In'jfton, by tho Meridian School.
1 Song, America.
".''Roll Cull, Quotations from Wash
ington. '.Song, Red, White und Blue.
" Recitation, "Something Bettor,'
Washington's Life, by Gertrude
Heading, Neva Ramsey.
Instrumental Music, Mrs. E. M.
Song, Star Spangled Homier.
' Come, husbands ami all, you are
ulcome. Dinner !lfie and floe.
TO REMOVE TATTOO MARKS
Process Is by No Means Easy, Though
''Modern Science Has Shown It
to Be Practicable.
"Tuttoolui: Is tlieanicchunleul Intro
duction of pigment under the skin
ud u very well-kuown proves. The
phuients employed ure carbon, cluuu
bur carmine und ludlto.
''.Most methods employed to remove
these murks, says Science uud Inven
tion, ure by a reactive uud u destruc
tive Inllumuiutlon which will result
In, the fonnutlon of u crust, later cast
Oft together with tattooed murkliiKs.
One method Is to retottoo the murks
with a solution of 30 parts of zinc
chlorid uud 40 purls of wuter. A
mild Inflnuunutloii will result; a crust
forms and ubout u week luter this
falls off, leuvliitf u seur which I'ruduul
Jy heals. Luter u Yepeiltlou of this
ujuy be neeessury. This muy be done
by the professional tuttooer.
The aecoud .method 1 to tuttoo
ljalu, mutiny the punctured close to
gether after the design bus been drawn
oyer with a concentrated solution of
tuuntii. A stick of silver nitrate U
then firmly druwn over the surface
and ufter a period of several minutes
ir Is then wiped off. This Is fur more
effective thuu the first und less scar
forms. Two other substuuees, per
haps more efficient thuu either of the
above, and applied lit the same man-ut-r
an the first, are carold and glyce
rol of papc-ld.
COUNT V I'OKKKSI'ONDKXC'H
John Autzen departed last Friday
for Homer to r-pend the week with
Mrs. C. A. Darnell returned 'lues-1
day evening from an over Sunday
visit with relatives at Wnlthlll.Nob.
Miss Cleo Hernard, of South Sioux
City spent over Sunday with her sis
ter at St. Catherine ocodemy.
Mrs. E. Leahy shelled her corn on
Mondoy, which she delivered to one
of the elevators here,
Mrs. Mary McGonigle is expected
home from Culver City, Cal., where
she spent the winter in the homo of
h6r son John and wife.
Mr. and Mrs, T. H, Murray nnd,
daughter Vivian spent Sunday with
Bart Leahy, who is attending the
Creighton college, spent a few day3
vacation with home folks.
Mildred Ryan departed Monday for
Sinslnnwa, Wis., to uttend St. Clara
academy for the remainder of tho
Mis. W. A. McNulty is enjoying u
few weeks' visit from her sister,
Mrs. J, P. Whnlcn, of Hryant, S. D.
Vincent' Waters departed Thursday
of last week for Anthon, Iowa, where
he expects to spend a week assisting
his brothers with a big sale they are
putting on at their store there.
Chos. E. Hansen and family have
moved to the cottage recently vu J
catcd by the I . iiccnan family.
Mrs. C. Jones and daughter, Mrs. T.
J. Hudke, and Mrs. C. J. Goodfellow
were among those from here who at
tended the Mrs. Ehgle funeral .it
Ponca last Saturday. Mrs. EngJe was
the mother of Mrs. T. I). .Jones of
Rasmus Rasmussen, who held an
aitation sale lust Friday, expects to
quit farming and move to Sioux City.
He has resided on one of the Crosby
farms tho past nine years.
Mrs. Mary Hnggerty of Sioux City
ipent several days last week in the
W. P. Hickey home.
Mary Lauritsen of Homer, is assist
ng with the housework in the D. F.
Mr. and Mr,?. C. L. Garrod expect
co move this week to Washta, Iowa.
Mr. Garrod formed the H. Dujran
place the past yeor.
Mrs. Herb Kinney departed Monday
for nn extended visit which she ex
pects to make with her sister, Mrs.
L. C. Kearney at Minneapolis. From
there she will visit her sister, . Mrs.
Fred Schneider, at Joliet. 111., and
her aunt, Mrs. Frank Hunt, at Chi
cago, John Richards was on the Sioux
City market last Wednesday with a
car of hogs,
C. J Goodfellow was a county seat
Rev. Father O'Connell, of Trinity
college, Sioux City, begun a series of
lermons here on Sunday evening to
continue throughout Lent. Father
O'Connell is nn ablo speaker and his
sermons are well attended.
Will D. McCarthy is visiting rein
tives ut McLean, Neb.
Mrs. Kate Sawyers returned me
last of the week from an extended
vdslt with Mrs. Hcatty, at Blnlr,Neb.
A largo crowd attended the ploy,
"A Pair of Sixes," presented by the
lockson High School February 20th,
at St. Catherine's academy.
Mrs. Sarah Richards visited her
brother, Jas. Allaway, sr,, this week.
Little Viola Hoover wus quite pain
fully hurt Mondoy by running n.sllv
ar under a fingernail down to the
'oot of tho null. It required the
icrvlces of a physician to cut it out.
Roy Grippon and wife went to
Wayne Monday to attend the funeral
if Mrs. Crlppen's brother, who died
i few days ngo with typhoid fever.
Victor Nolsen and family were
Sioux City visitors Saturday.
Mrs. Vic Nelson was on the sick
'1st last wetfk with ulcerated tooth.
Mrs. H. A. Monroe of South Sioux
isited tier aunt, Mrs. Rochuel Kin
Charley Church of bo Sioux Citv,
vas a Homer visitor Tuesday to visit
lis brother, John Church, who ia sick
Norvol Church of Kearney, arrived
Tuesday to be at the bedside of his
Garret Mason returned -Monday
from a week's liorst buying trip.
Andrew Davis and wife spent from
Saturday until Monday with rela
tives at Winnebago.
Mrs. Fred Baker and daughter Mly.s
Kthel, went to Alnswnrth, Neb., on
Thursday to visit her parents.
Gen. Madscn of Salem took In the
Farmers Institute Friday.
Milt Foreshoo nnd wife of Salem,
were Homer visitors Friday.
Mrs. 1). C, llrlstol and .ons Albert
ind Harold, were Winnebago visitors
Miss Margaret Adams, of Primrose,
Veb is spending several weeks with
her sister, Mrs. Jomes Allnway, jr.
Win. Davis, of Primrose, Neb., spent
the week-end at the James Allaway,
Clius. Dodge and wife of near Morn,
ingstde, were Homer visitors Satur
day. Miss Rose" Smith Is spending ev-
ral days In South Sioux City with
ler sister, Mih. S. W, MeKlnlev.help.
ng care for Sherman, jr., who has
been ipiite sick with pneumonia.
Mitis Neva Altenius was an incom
ng passenger fioin the north Sunday.
Miss Helen Bolster was u Slonv
'Ity visitor frrm Suturduv till Mm..
U"JV ', , . . Mr. und Airs. KmlMiiunjf. i
.' .." l,lwi "ml ""filler or; Mrs. Evans vKite.l friend in No
Sioux City spent the week-end in '.ru last week,
Homer with Mis. Mattle Priest. I John Kllluchoy of BliM.mlleld Is
Clill joined her hero Sunday. Jlsiling his sister, Mrs. Furrell ' I
Mlsu Bessie Holsworth of Sioux City Mr. nnd Mrs. Clms. Thompson' weie
spent u couplo of days at home this visitors in the Jim Smith homo the'
week. jpast week. I
This seems to bo molng week In. Mrs. Allen, Air. and Mrs. Frank1
this neck o' the podj. Leon Renm Ufflng-, Mr, and Mvi, Blede, Mrs, Wm. I
moves to the old Tom Smith far,m,
'which he purchased irom mil iicnz;
Iot, Jones moveg to the old Renm
furm vncate(i j,y Leon Ream, and Ar-
flint- HnrrU will lnnntn nn thnir olil
...,,., vnrnt..(i 1V jinh Jones.
Mrs. Dr. Stidworthy returned Sat
urday from a visit with her daugh
ters Ada ond Margaret at Lincoln,
and Mrs. Harry Fudge at Ft. Riley,
Miss Marguerite Schrievcr, who
visited in the Seasongood home .it
Naper, Neb., for u couplo of weeks,
H. C. Rasdol's are still in quaran
tine, Miss Leila having a light case
S Ali KM
Arnold Roost was pleasantly sur
prised when the scholars of Brushy
Bend school gave him a complete
.surprise by gutherlng at his home on
the evening of February 7th, und re
minding him of his 17th birthday.
Mrs. Adolph Barteis attended tho
English Lutheran Aid nt Mrs. Lewis
Roost's homo in South Sioix City
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. E. Bliven nnd
duughter Adnline, of Santa Rosa, Cal.,
are spending the week in the Leslie
The Golden Rod club of North Sa
lem, together with the Birthday club
of Wolker's Islam 40 ladies in all
gave a miscellaneous shower for Mrs.
Win. Konig (formerly Lena Krueger,
who recently returned from her wed
ding trip to Hospers, Iowa) at her
home last Friday afternoon. 'I lie
contents of the well filled baskets
which the ladies brought furnished a
very elaborate repast. It was a
complete surprise to Mrs. Konig.
Amos Linafelter, John Hinken and
Rudolph Schroeder shipped several
cor loads of cattle to the
markets this week.
Rev. McClellan's who have been
quarantined with with what was said! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barteis spent
to be a very mild case of scurletina several dayi. the past week with their
for the past two weeks, were re-.little son Freddie, at the hospital.
Iet"?ed the latter part of last week. Gertrude Barteis spent over Sun
Rudolph Schroeder's and Joe Con- day ot her home here,
nelly's, who have hod the smallpox Mike Green has been on the sick
the (lust few weeks, have been re- list, but is able to be about again,
leased. The coses were very mild. Mrs. Mike Forrell's sale was well
No one else In the community have attended and everything sold well,
taken any of the above discuses. Mrs. Shonahon was a Sioux ' City
A letter received from L. C. Tilton passenger Wednesday,
a few days ago states that they Mr. ond Mrs. P. Deroin visited the
reached their new home in Central
City safely, and that they like It
Very much there. heveral of their
new neighbors met them at the do
pot ond hauled their goods out.
Ted Uorphart came home from the
Auto and Tractor school at Sioux
City Tuesday of last week.
Several from this community at
tended the RusmuJrHen sale nenr Good
win lust Friday. It is reported that
it was an excellent sale, almost ev
erything bringing good prices, in
fact the most of things selling hot
ter than for some time past
i Pi ! . ' V ii V
sic with the grippe and a mild ot-
tack of the scar etinn at his home
for several doys past, will return to
hls studies in the Iowa State Auto
nnd I ractor school at Sioux City on
Ihursdny of this week Ho thinks
that tho school is excellent.
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Bert McClnin has farmed the
yeor, has been sold recently.
ditl not learn the price, neither to
whom it was sold. I
The following students from Elk
Valley school ore planning to take
the eighth grade county examination
ut South Sioux City Friday or this
week. Volma Woods, Walter Wood,
Junnitn McClellun, Marie and Alar
guerito Connelly, Elmer, MeUin and
Rev. McClellun hod o call recently
from tho American Friends Forwnrd
Movement Central Office at Rich
mond, I ml,, to go to Kansas Yearly
Meeting and ghe Forward Movement
addresses to the states of Kansus,
Oklahoma, Texas and Western Mis
niuri, but on account of sickness; in
the home was unable to accept the
Elmer Stewart, who moved recently
onto the L. C. Tilton farm, hud the
misfortune to fall and break his
ankle Tuesday of last week. Dr.
Legg or Wnterbury, was called and
reduced the fracture, and Elmer Is
getting along ns well os could be
expected. Tills accident will ser
iously Interfero with him In his prep
oration for spring form work.
At the morning's service at. Elk
Valley last Sunday the pastor
preached on the subject: "The Sure
Refuge," in the evening on: "Jesus
HlniM'ir." Services net Sunday at
tho usual hours. Sunday school tit
HI ii. in.; meeting for worship at 11
a. m.; Endeavor at 7 p. m.p and meet
ing for worship ut 7::ii) p. m. At the
beginning of the morning servico
Bert Benton will give an account of
the recent u:uterly meeting held at
Plalnview. We most cordially in
vlte every person in the community
to attend our services,
HUH !LV III!
Mr, nnd Mrs. M..r
ho.ind passenger i Sunu.ly,
Airs, lour Lullen visited in
msey nome uie past werk,
The L'olllnsnn family mitred into
the John Howard home.
Margaret Uiring spent Saturday
and Sunday in her home lieru.
Mr. and Airs. John Young nf Lyons
! vhiitml ili unt ....w.i- i ti... i.. '.. ..'
Goertz, .Mrs. Shonahon, Mrs. Hnrt
nctt, Chos. Londcrgun, Mary Horly,
Margaret Hortnctt, Mildred Sliea
lian, Dan HcfTcrnan, F. Liesbcrg, Mrs.
Young, Mrs. John Heeney, Mrs. 1 ,.!
roll and son, Ben Roojicy, Mrs. G.
Hayes, Benetta Hccncy and Mrs
Marcaret Heencv were a few of tho
city passengers from here last week.
I F. Kelly of Sioux City visited last
week in the D. C Hellcrnan home.
Freddie Barteis, the little son of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Barteis, under
went an operation last Friday at the
St. Joseph's hospital. It was the
second operation for him in one
week. At present he is getting along
Mr. and Mrs. G. Jensen visited in
the Peter Jensen home last week.
Bert Francisco went to Wood Lake,
Neb., last week to visit in the Aug
ust Andresen home,
Mr. and Mrs, Win. Goertz, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Blede, Mr. nnd Mrs. A.
Hetcke nnd John J esse n attended the
funeral of W. Betckc last week.
Herbert Harris was an over night
stayer in the city lust Friday.
Mrs. Dan Hurtnett spent a few
days in the Bert Chase home at New
castle. Zeta Shunnhan visited the past
week in the city.
Miss Mary Webber spent Saturday
and Sunday in her homo at Wuyne.
Mrs. Chos. Heikcs of Wayne spent
over Sunday in the Fred Barteis
Clyde Darrow was down from Soutr.
Sioux City last week on business.
Alice Beacom was here on a visit
with relotivcs the post week.
Helen Long came home from Siou.;
City, after a couple of weeks stay.
Ben Long was in the city the past
Margaret Hartnett spent o couple
of doys in Sioux City lost week.
Mrs. W. Hayes visited a few days
in the home of her parents lost
Carl Rasmussen moved Monday on
to the Tom Crosby form near Good
win. The Moloney girls visited relatives
in Sioux City the past week.
Word was received here that Bry
an Knudsen had gone to New York
state for his bride, a Miss Jensen.
We wish them oil kinds of good lucl:
on the sea of matrimony.
hrst of the week in the h. Ueroir.
Mrs. George Penry spent Wednes
duy afternoon with Mrs. John Bach
ert. Atlce Leedom and wife returned
the first of the week from a visit
with Mrs, Leedom's t'other, Geo. Mn
lone, at Atkinson, Neb.
Win. P. Warner of Dakota City at
tended tho Jack Graham sale Inst
' Mrs. Ray Chambers spent the wee.:
wth ViiJvea ai y Neb.
Frank s, fl wifevere calIert
I to Hllbnril Fr(lliv ,,y the BerIoua 111-
ncgs f M s, . ot,
Q , G,!nce , d , t d
t, , t M John , t T
20 for 20 cents
In mi r' tight packages.
Alto obtainable in round
rink of 50, vacuurH'Monlad.
?m mm? c
Tho Dairy Law of Nebraska requires that all cows
from which any milk or cream is sold for consumption
shall be tested at. least once each year by an approved
veterinarian. The only exceptions to this are in cases
where milk or cream is delivered to a dairy where the
pyoduct is properly pasteurized before it is sold to the
public, or where the entire product of the herd is sold
for manufacturing purposes.
Cow owners are urged to have this testing done
during the months of January and February for the
reason that more time is available, and when a number
of cows are assembled at one time and place, reduced
rates for testing will be made. The law provides this
testing shall be done by an approved veterinarian, and
you should make arangements with your local veteri
narians to have this work done.,
Arrangements should be made to have this testing
done within the time specified, as the dairy inspector
will check all cow owners who are required to test.
Attention is called to the fact that the Dairy Law pro
vides a penalty for failure to comply with the above
Department f Agriculture
lly 1IAHHY MARSHALL, Dairy Inspector.
E. F. Rasmussen
Write or phone me early 'for
dates, as I will sell nearly ev
ery day this season. I um sell
ing for the best farmers and
stockmen in Northeast Nebras
ka. I have somo good farms
and ranches for sale.
Yours for Business.
HENRY WAS "near."
IN OThER words, tlcht.
HE CARRIED two pacta.
ONE FOR friend ITonry.
FULL OF "Satlsfys."
AND THE other containing.
JUST ONE cigarette.
AND THAT lone cigarette.
WAS ALWAYS offered.
TO SMOKELESS frlomld.
WHO WERE all pollto.
AND REFUSED to tako it.
AND SOMEHOW Honry.
WAS NOT popular.
TILL ONE day by mistake
HE PULLED tho full pack.
AND EVERYONE fell on It.
WITH LOUD cries of gleu.
Liggett h Myers Tobacco Co.
HIS STRONG constitution.
CARRIED HENRY through.
AND DAY by day.
HE GREW more popular.
AND HENRY know why.
FOR HE'S nobody's dummy.
AND NOWADAYS he not only.
CARRIES THE clcarettea.
BUT FORCES 'em on people.
GIVES AWAY packs of 'em.
AND, SHUCKS. (
HENRY COULD run for Mayor.
AND GET away with It now.
GIVE your friends the real tiling
introduce them to Chesterfields I
Odds uro they'll find just what you'vo
found in this wonderful Turkish-Domestic
blend n smoke that by com
parison seems way out of its prico
chisa-and is. "They Satisfy!"
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