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T DAKOTA COUNTY HISRALD. DAKOTA GITY, NEBRASKA.
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n the Davidson Bldg - Oth and Pio-co St. rth floor No. C .
Phone No. -100G. (Remember the "SIX MS")
Still anxious to serve you in Loan Im.stmci.ts Ir nance -Real
Estate - Renting with the pood old "KEARNEY SERVICE."
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Sioux City, .owa
Henry A. Mushkio
Dakota Oily, Nebraska
SPKOIAliS FOR SATTRDAY
TOMATOES, 2 large cans for :i:.c
ASSORTED JELLIES, per glnss IM!
FANCY COOKIES, per pound li.'tc
KARO, 10 lb. cans dark MU
KARO, 10 lb. cans white S.lc
HOMINY, 2 large cans for ;.
MEN'S HEAVY 220 DENIM OVERALLS, per pair SI. US
ROYS' HEAVY 220 DENIM OVERALLS, per pair I.'-S
COTTON FLANEL GLOVES per pair Oe
pitnsii riM'rrs Ni vi:oLTui.i:s at .m(M)i:uti: puiciis
Ray nnd Dewey Helkes shipped u
env of 1ior3 to the Sioux City market
Iiiitlienm Church Notes
By Rev C. It. Lowe.
PnnnrnntiHniiul hliinlltlf lt l?m-
There will he a regular meeting of raanUQl congregation nt tho homo of
the Eastern Star Chapter next Tur-a
day evening, March 1st.
County Sunt. Voss will lu'lit ?pe
Mrs. D. M. NicswnnKor next Sunday
nftornoon nt 2 p. m.
Congregational meeting of tho
cial 8th grade examinations at his Salem congregation Inuncdlntoly fol
office on I-ridny of this week. j lowing preuolilug services ,iicxt Sun
Miss Dottie Cain, teacher in the
Hrushy Rend schools, was homo for .
ANY AX I) EVERY KIND
Carload ami Les
SEED BOOK -FKKE--
HOWIES - LETMEIUI IX SEED 0).1I1AXY
See Us For Job Printing
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is
senior partner of tho nrm of F. J. Cheney
& Co., dolne busines3 In tho City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
Bald firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh
that cannot ho cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed In
my presonco, this Cth day of December,
A. D. 1S88.
(Seal) A. W. Glraeon, Notary Public.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak
en Internally and acts throuch tho Blood
on tho Mucous Surfaces of tho System.
Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1921
cholera nous - popiiky
Why let hogs and poultry die of
cholera, worms, lice or other disonse?
Why not hnva hens lny? No stock
powders needed. Send stamped en
velope nt once. Everman Stock &
Poultry Farm, Gnllatin, Mo.
1)11. S. .7. WAIL7.
HOMER, N E B R. .
Mrs. Elmer K. Larson of So. Sioux
City, visited friends here Wednesday.
Mrs. Fred Parker of South Siou
City, visited with friends here Tues
day. Kide Ream was over frun West
field, Iowa, last Thursday, visiting
Miss Lena Ostmeyer of Morning
side, was calling on lnends here on
Mrs. Walter E. Miller was summon
ed to Wayne last week hy the serious
.Illness of her sister. '
The M. E. Ladies Aid society will
meet Friday nfternoon of this week
at the home of Mrs. Will II. Orr.
County Agent C. R. Young enjoyed
a visit from his brother, W. V.
Young, of Dighton, Kns., over Sunday.
Mrs. Dr. Chns. T. Maxwell and baby
eturnod last Wednesday from n
When yon want your Ford
Tropei-ly Repaired with Genu
ine Ford Tarts, by Genuine
Ford Mechanics, lake it to
the Ford Hospital.
HOMER MOTOR CO.
The Leading American Seed Catalog
Burpee' Annual ! a complete guide
for tho Vegetable nnd Flower garden.
Jt it bright and interesting book with
over a hundred YegeUhlat and flow
tin illuttrattd In the color ttf nature.
Write for your copy today.
W. Atleo Burpee Co.
Seed Growers, Philadelphia
T. ml UtJAY HOME f.XfCCl YOU
Tlie rULnO'fo tcul em all about
Exhilarating Burlesque; Vaudeville
Wtlt. Brlllliot Stole iiluantiil
LADIES' DIME MATINEE EVERY WEEKDAY
Everybody doe! Ak Anybody
Mwm THE 'W AID ICITtUOV WESI OF CHICK
LET US PRINT IT FOR YOU
several weeks' visit at Mrs
farmer home in Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. P. Warner celo
brated their 2Sth wedding anniver
sary on Wednesday evening of last
week. About a, dozen guests wore
invited in for the occasion.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd P. Greenwood
departed Monday for Green Bay, Wis.,
to make their future home. Mrs.
Greenwood is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Smith of this place.
Miss Mayme Goortell, assistant tel
ephone operator, went to her homo
at Watcrbury Saturday, suffering
with tonsilitis. Miss Margaret Aus
tin of Norfolk is filling her place at
Funeral services for Geo. T. Kime?
of South Sioux City, who was killed
in a gun battle with the Sioux City
police Sunday evening, were held
Wednesday, burinl being made in a
Sioux City cemetery.
Railroad passenger rates were giv
en n boost of 21 Tuesday, which1
makes it cost you !J.l cents per mWa
to ride on the steam cars now. The
Burlington charges 15 cents to South
Sioux City nnd tho Northwestern xA.
Harrv Maits, of St. Paul, Minn,,
vas lure the past week, visiting in
the home of his aunt, M.s. Paul Kin
kel. Harry spent seventeen months
in the trenches overseas, and has
not yet recovered from the effects
of being gasaed.
On recount of the continued wnrm
weather, work at the Consumers ice
plant at Crystal lake has been in
definitely postponed. The ice is too
thin "nnd the quality too poor to har
vest. Unless we get some real win
ter weather, the manager of tho
plant states, work will not be re
timed again this winter.
Prank Harnett of South Sioux City,
was broutrht hero last week from
Sioux City, where he had been taken
into custody lor lits "queer actions,
by the Sioux City police. He was
adjudged insane by tho board of in
sanity nnd on Saturday was taken tr
the Norfolk asylum by Deputy Sher
iff Rockwell and A. F. Sauford. A
brother, Churlus Harnett, of South
Sioux City also accompanied him to
Norfolk, as he was veiy violent at
Siunmlc Helkes. son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Heikes, who are spending the
winter in California, shipped three
cars of fat cattle of his own feeding
from the Helkes farm Monday morn
ing. I no cuttle were loaiieu on me
Voitl e,trn nt this place and ship
pul to Chicago, Thov wore a flno
lot, and were llnlnhed for the eastern
mrrket Young Helkes has demon
strated hla ability as a cattle feeder,
having bought the lot and supervised
their feeding, and when disposed of
they were as fine n bunch of cattlo
as one would care to see.
week-end visit with home folks
Rev. S. A. Drnlse tied the nuptii.l
knot for Elmer L. Guy and Dorothy
Hmnmond, both of Wynot, on Tues
day. Mrs. Morris nnd two children and
Mrs. Towner went to Norfolk, Neb.,
Friday for n week's visit with rela
tives. Hnrry II. Adair nnd Elmer Bier
mann took advantage of the holiday
Tuesday and made n business trip to
The Farmers' Grain & Supply Co.,
of Dakota City, Neb., is now in a po
sition to supply their customers with
Gooch's Best Flour.
There will be n specinl mooting of
Omndi Lodge No. 5 on Thursday
evening of this week for work in tin
Entered Apprentice degree.
A basket onll game will bo played
at the Dakota City high school thi
Friday evening nt 8:00 p. m., sharp.
The game will bo between Sioux City
nnd the Dakota City team.
Mrs. Pat Kellcher nnd baby went 10
Norfolk, Neb., Friday for a short vis
it with relatives, and from tlieie
they will continue their journey to
their home nt Chadron, Neb.
An election on consolidation in tho
Campbell district, No. 21, northwest
of Hubbnrd, will be held on Friday
of this week. The district is tlesig.
nated as consolidated district num
Henry Giese has moved out onto
the John F. Sides farm, which he In."
rented Tor a term of yenis. Heniy
is ii goon i nrmer nno a nari worker,
and will make good if nnyo'H does
on the farm.
County Supt. Wilfred E. Voss wm
in Poncn last Friday night, being
one of the judges in a debating con
test between the Poncn nnd Oaklnnd
high schools. The debate was won
Earl Frederick has bought the old
Orr residence, recently vacated by
Ennnett Hileman, and is repairing
it preparatory to moving in shortly.
He was compelled to move from tlie
Win. Triggs residence, as Jlr. Triggs
and family will move bnck here from
Allen, where they moved last nunimer.
County Judge S. W. McICmlev of
ficiated nt the following weddings
during tho past week: Bert
Thompson of Webster City, Iowa,
and Rusa E. White of Lehigh, Iowa,
and Enoch M. Blood and BurneU'i
Chessnr, both of Sioux City, on tna
19th, and Glenn G. Pace and Elvn P.
Stevens, both of Sioux City, on the
Mrs. .Elizabeth Broyhill received
word the past week that her son-in-law
nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Weignnd, hnd moved from Dallas.
Texns, where they had resided for the
past six or seven years, to San Fran
cisco, Cal., to reside. Mr. Weigand
is in the employ of an oil nromoter.
who has just moved his offices from
Dallas to San Francisco.
George Zentmiro arrived here Inst
Wednesday from Hay Springs, Neb.,
with two cars of stock, machinery,
household goods, etc., and has taken
up his residenco on the Hnase farm
in tho Salem neighborhood, which ho
has leased for the coming year. Hi?
fother, Harvey Zentmire, accompan
ied him here to help him get locntcJ,
and to visit old friends for a short
"Parasites nnd Parasitic Diseases
of Sheep" is tho name of a new
United States Department of Agri
culture fnrmers' bulletin which
should be of much value to every
sheep raiser. As its nnme indicated,
it deals with the parasites and para
sitic diseases which cause most of
tho losses in sheep. It is a sheep
man's business to prevent disease,
nnd the bulletin sets forth various
ways in which this can be done. Tho
book has fifty-four pages, is well il
lustrated, and is written in clear and
concise English. It mav be obtain
ed through county farm burenus or
tlie College of Agriculture at Lin
coln. A good ronds meeting, nttonded y
about a hundred men from different
parts of the county, wns held here
with tho board of county commisslo.
ers nnd u state engineer Monday
The matter of locating the state ro id
from Homer south to the county linn,
nnd the connecting up of the' stale
roads at tlie county line ne.u- Water
bury, was taken up, and tlie board
decided to look the roads over ptv
ronnlly in company with the engin
eer before making nnj decisi. n.
Another mntter to be decided Is wliei e
to begin work on tho highway lon-.i-ing
from South Sioux Citv to the
County line south of Homer: whether
to begin work at the llmiti of South
Sioux City nnd work south, or to
begin at the Thurston county lino
and work north toward Homer.
Sheriff George Cain garnered two
large, well equipped "stills" in a raid
at South Sioux City Monday morning,
nt the John Wills nnd Warren Whit
ney houses. The parties are ne
groes. The operntors of the stills
were not at home when In called anil
the sheriff was obliged to break in
the door. Tho negroes weio suppoi
ed to have been the oiks ronnorted
with the shooting scrape in HIouk
City Sunday night whrn Patrolman
Phil Nyburg was shot In the arm.
and he in turn shot and kilied Uto.
The young people will prncllco at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
Sides next Snturdny night.
Tho Salem Ladles' Aid will moot
at tho church on Thursday of this
week from ll" to 4 o'clock. Thoro
will be dinner and n Washington
program. Como and enjoy yourself.
V o r Sal e
Early Ohio Potatoes. Enquire of
JULll'S LISCHKE, Route 1, Dakota
Poultry raisers know by experience
that eaily spring is nature's most
favorable glowing season for chicks.
Chicks hatched in Ir.te winter nnd
early spring have a decided advant
age oer those hatched in hot weath
er, (liven the same feed and atten
tion, chicks hatched in March will
weigh more at tho end of four months
than tlio.se hatched in May when they
are four months old. Early hutched
chicks grow more rapidly, have more
vigor nnd arc less Ruble to injury by
lice and disease. They are wellvon
the road to maturity when hot wea
ther comes, which retards growth,
and they nre mature by early fall
and ready to lny when eggs nre at
their highest price.
The following Marriage licenses
wore issued by Couhty Judge Me
Kir.Icv during the past week:
Name and Address. Age.
Elmer L. Guy, Wynot, Neb 25
Dorothy Hammond, Wynot, Neb... IS
U. E. Thompson, Webster City, In... US
Rusa E. White, Lehigh, la 2G
Enoch M Blood, Sioux City 3G
Burnetta Chessar, Sioux City 21
Glenn G. Pnco, Sioux Qity 2
Elva P. Stevens, Sioux City IS
I-' 0 It S A h 10
Some good young work hort-e.-.,
fie m 1100 lbs. down. Price reason
hie. MIKE MITCHELL & SUN,
Specials for Saturday, Feb, 26
I'OU THIS DAY ONLY
Special mixed nnd Bean Candy, 2 lbs. for '
2 pounds Wienies or Frankfurters,, for !l.
G cans Corn, Pens or Tomatoes, for ....'... '
2 pouids Dried Peaches -...' :!-'
Large package of Oats A ;" -,'
Jersey Cream Pancake Flour ; J ;.... !l"'"
5 lbs. hand picked Nnvy Beans, for . , . .. I"o
Best Wisconsin Milk, tull cans ,.' I.'ic
2 pounds good Peaberry Coif ee, for . .i ""c
5 bats White Lautuhy Soap .' - '
Daik Blue Bungalo Aprons $1.00
Light Weight Union Suits fn Woman, Long and Short
Sleeves, ankle length $1.00
A few Hendeison "Fashion Form" Corsets, sizes 10 and 20,
to close out $I.'J
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all Kinds
for Saturday's Trade
VoKotnbles inn! I'lult for Dwvy Ilniui
Physicians are enthusiastic about
tho value of a L'ood garden and n
sunnlv of fruit for every home.
Spiing nnd summer tonics hnve been
supplanted by an abundance of veg
etables and fi wit. The number of
inquiries received by the State Col
lege of Agriculture points to much
interest this year in rhubnrb, aspar
agus, strawberries, currunts nnd
rjooscbonries. Asparagus can be grown
fiom tho seed, three yenrs being re
quired to develop productive plants,
or tills time can bo reduced to two
years by starting with one-year-old
roots. Rhubarb can bo used the
second yoq.r. Dividing the roots nnd
starting a new bed every few years
insures an abundant supply of rhu
barb. Strawberries, one of the most
delicious small fruits, do well In nil
sections of Nebraska. They are eas
ily grown and a few plants will pro
duce enough fruit for the nverngo
family. No gnrden is complete with
out strawberries. Currants nnd
gooseberries do well in this state and
nre worth while. The College of
Agriculture will supply information
on the growing of all kinds of vego
tables and fruits.
Flynn Commission Company
Auto. 92119 Bell. 5101
Prune Before. Spring Work Starts
It is considered good prnctlce to
prune trees, vines and shrubs before
growth starts in tho spring. In fact
it is probobly better to prune during
the dormant season than at any oth
er time. In addition, farmers have
more time In tho winter. If they
wait until spring work starts they
nro apt to forgot the orchard. In or,
der to prevent Injury by freezing and
drying out, the State College of Ag
riculture suggests that where limba
an inch or more in diameter nre re
moved the wounds should be painted
with white lead and linseed oil.
Pninting the wounds also keeps out
moisture aim disease. uecause no
two trees are alike no deflulto and
specific rules for pruning can bo
given. It is considered well to keep
the tree tops reasonably opMi in or
der to allow penetration of sunlight.
Dead and badly diseased limbs had
better bo removed, as well as water
sprouts and other limbs which are
crowding into the center of the tree.
Pruning smoothly, close up and par
allel to the main branch, facilitates
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Old Phono, 42G Now Phono, 2067
Seed Sui'et ('liner In Spring
Early spring was the most popular
timo for seeding among eighty-eight
farmers supplying the Nebraska Col
lego of Agriculture with data of their
experiences with sweet clover.
Eight seeded in Februnry, 10 in
March, 49 Ii) April, 9 in. May, 1 in
June, II in August, G in September,
nnd 1 In November. Tho avorago
acreage on tho 88 farms was 22,
Sixty-seven wore growing hwcot
clover for pasture, !H for soil Im
provement, 21 for hnv, 18 foi nood,
and 0 for heoa, Fifty-nine weto
growing it on upland, 22 on well-
drained bottom land, 7 on swampy
land nnd 1H on alkull soil. Home
found It of value on sandy land sub
T. Klmes of Soutli Sioux City, who.J0Ct l" owln' ,.UV. .?WV, u
i . '' ' I'liitnuacrnlltF nn nilfill (ill mfint'jt
started the gun battle. Klines was "" """ ' "" "" " i
an alleged bootlegger nnd all-around nol"Kt leo W01,,.l,l f'. , u '" ."
crook. He wns arrested and tried sultivated grass which will do well In
here In the fall of 19RI for bnatiivr' !,l'0i,t a ' Metloiw of the state, the
up undrobblng-n man nonr thoaoulln r?"uV1" Katherecl from thoo
end of the combination brVge. lie hty-elght fanner. Indicating that
was acquitted of the cl.u.ge. 'lliei'1 ""I"'1 to n largo variety of,
stills seized by Sherlfi Cain had f0J'(U1t,(l)n? ", l'rpoiws. More do
seen hnrd usage, and would have seen tailed Information iniw be obtained
more, as fifteen oO-gnllon barrels or .from the College of Agriculture,
mash nnd a stock of "Imoteh" worn I 1
taken In the raid. The Herald, $l,G0 per year
or HiwIUviH ccHutarcur
JOHN H. REAM, Agent
Dnlcota City, Nebrnskn.
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Successor to tho Dakota County Abstract Company
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