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DAKOTA COUNTY HERALD
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f&Xf MONTU APTER THAT
Morm of Sioux City, spent over Sun
.my in the J- M. btannnn home.
Mra. Annn Crosby of Sioux City,
w n (rungt rn the M. Ilefrernnn home.
The Jackson bosket ball teem de
feated South Sioux City here lust
Tuesday, evening, score 7 to G.
Klchnrd Droh. had two cars of cat
l on the Sioux City market last
Wednesday, and T. II. Sullivan had a
mixed load oi untie ami nogs) on rn-
V. J. Hudke and wife, Mr. ('. .1.
(toodfellow, Mr. Scott Fullcn and
Mrs. E. C. Mr ntanue were amonpthosr
who attended Mrs. J Sutherland's
funeral at I'onca last Saturday.
Mra and Mrs. James Sutherland
returned from Poncsi la?t Saturday,
V-here they iv re called by the illness
and death of their mother. .
Lcona Darnell returned Mondny I ilnv
from an ovei Sunday visit with her Mrs. Anton P-iulIey of Sioux Fall",
parents in OnlcoU City. S. I)., arrived bore last week for a
Mnmaret Quinn returned homo visit in the home of her mother, Mis.
from St. Joseph's hospital last Satur- 1). A. Cncy.
day where she had been the past two The Misses Mary Goodfellow, Jose
weeks icceivinK treatment for throat phine Brannan, Elizabeth Leahy and
trouble. Alarnaret D.ilov nttended u pany
Mrs. Fritz Anderson received word nt the Thos. Rlitchell home in Sioux
last Wednesday of the death of her j City Saturday afternoon,
father, Christen Christansen, ae 8(1,' 'there will' be a Women's club
or balix, jowa. wr. Anderson and son meeting nt St. Patrick's hall wednes
Fred left Saturday morninir to at
tend the funeral, but Mrs. Andsreon
wes unable to go on account of ill
ness, Hugh McCuuley nnd ininily arrived
heio the past week from Winnetoon,
Wen., and nave settled on the John
day evening, March 15th. Every
woman in the district is invited to
Miss Friborg's music pupils gave a
violin recital at the J. M. Brnnnnn
home Saturday afternoon. The pu
pils taking ,)ait were Misses Gertrude
fiolei' farm which they have rented. ifeeney, Mary Gobdfcllow, Josephine
7tr. Boler and daughters Mao and
?Iargarct aro living temporarily in
the Mrs. Sawyer house until they get
their- business affairs straightened up
before moving to Omaha.
Airs. w. D. Hnrtnctt nnd little son
Brannan, Helen KnUdscn, Miss Ver
zanni and Thomas Flynn.
Very ltcv. Fr. MeCnrthy departed
last week for Omaha.
Herb Kinney has his wireless now
complete for receiving message?.
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Last Sunday evening he heard a
Jesse Graves, at Hubbard this weok.'inon preached at Chicago.
Born, to Air, nnd Mrs. E. E, Feeneyl Among those on the sick list
of Chicago, March 10th a daughter. I week are Jane Cullen, Mrs. E. Lea
Mrs. Feeney was formerly Benetta hv nnd Mrs. Marv McGonlgle.
Hall of this place. I "Mrs. Lorgc of WVnot, Neb., visited
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shcoban have over Sunday in the W. F. Hkkcy
moved to the Henry Cain farm near home.
Hubbard. I Miss Engel of Ponca is a guest in
Mrs. MarySmlth and daughter the Thos, Jones homo this week.
, E. S. Hodden and wife were Sioux
'.il.v visitors Thursday.
Mrs. II. A. .Monroe of S'-uth Sioux
City was a Komer visitor Wednesday.
Sherman McKlnley, Mrs. H. A.
Monroe nnd Mrs. Geo. Graham of So.
Sioux, and Mis. Mubel McKcrnan of
Dakota City wcie Homer visitors on
Bert Thncker and Everett and Don
t'ld Lothrop motored to Omaha Mon
day. Everett returned Tuesday, but
Donald remained for a week's treat
ment at n hospital. Bert remained
n few days longer n very important
Mrs. George Boucher of So. .Sioux
City came down Friday to attend the
funeral of Mis, Hnchcl Kinncar.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lowe and Mrs.
Geo. Graham and Miss Mnrjorie Mc
Klnley of Sioux City, and Shermnn
McKinley' and wife of South Sioux
City were here Friday to attend
their aunt's funeral.
Mrs. Alfred Harris returned Friday
from Cherokee, Iowa, where she had
been to attend the funeral of her
Mrs. Nila Crippen Is on the. sick
Mrs. Bob Jones is on the sick list.
Dr. Nina Smith, who has been very
sick again, is some butter.
Helen Shu 1 was a north hound
paw:enger Friday, returning Saturday.
Mrs. Chas. Davis is on the sick list
with a slight injury to her back.
Mrs. Anna Piper and her brother,
Frank Lane of Walthill, attended the
funeral of Mrs. Kinncar Friday.
Mrs. Bert Sheldon of Walthill tpent
from Friday till Wednesday at the
Wnrrun Ktnnear home.
S. A. Brown wn3 a Sunday visitor
I with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Brown,
H, A. Monroe nnd family of South
Sioux attended the Mr,5, Kinnear fu
neral laHt Friday.
Mrs. Cornelia Hanes of Dakotah
City, Iowa, who had spent the past
ten weeks at the bedside of her sis
ter, Mrf. Kachel Kinnear, returned to
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Together We Win
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d TlioiiHimds of NHu'iikKiiiik 'Ai Farm Itiircati MtjinbcrH. If mid reds An Now
d Jolniiiif Knelt AVeclr. " ' ' " '" "' ' ''
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d Wh Want Kvi'iy Variiicr in I)iikola' Coimly a DIcjiiIiim of t he Farm liurcau Fed-
d i'nition to Help Vh Obtain: ': '. ' . "' ,fV ? ?:' '
Lnlior is Oraniy.cd.
Farmers of OtheV States Have Their OranizatioiiH Well Under Way.
1. Better Marketing Conditions.
2. Better Legislation.
3. Better Business Methods.
4. Better Co-operation Among Farm Organizations j
We have already made a pood start on these things through Itedneed Freight d
Hates, War Finance Corporation Funds, the Co-operative Marketing haw, and other d
Legislation. Will Von Help Cs Finish the .loll? ISi
til 1 I Mi Ik. V 1 M 1 " "
ISJ a .oemnersnip v iimpaign will lie rondiieted in uaKota roomy during mo weeu rjj
d of Mareh :20th. We nre counting on you-IMease do not fail us. rgj
d Prominent Speakers, Including Mr. H. D. Lute, Secre-
rj tary of the Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation, will
U speak at the Following Meetings on March 30, 1922:
j Homer, . . 2:00 p.m. Jackson, . . 2:00 p.m.
Nacora School, 7:30 p.m. Elk Val. Church, 7:30 p.m.
her home the first of the week, stop
ping nt South Sioux City on herwify
to vtsit her niece, Mrs. II. A. Monroe.
Will Gill nnd familj visited in
Winnebago with friends Sunday.
Will Blnckcter of Dakota City waF
a Homer vjsitor Sunday.
Lisle Smith substituted at the
Parker School Inst week.
Jack Owens went to Omaha 'Mon
day to drive n new Ford home for the
Miss Lena V tmeyer of Morningside
was a Homer visitor Monday.
Chas. Davis hns bought out the
Church &. Brpslicld meat market and
Robert Hansen and wife were Sioux
City visitors Mondny.
John Blatketcr and family ware
guests Sunday in the Geo.Madsen
Garret Mason and family ' were
guests at the Eyncr Jensen home on
Mrs. Amos Shook returned to her
home at Murdo, S. D., Wednesday af-,
ter spending several weeks at the
bedside of her mother, Mrs. Rachel
Miss Margaret Smith of Ocean
Beach, Cal., nnd Bert Thacker of
Homer, were married in Omaha on
Wednesdny, March 15, 1922. Their
Homer friends, one nnd all, extend
Mrs. Ml Montgomery and bnby of
uewitt, wen., visited Mrs. Montgom
ery's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Clayton and family, from Thursday
F. It. Baker is on tho sick list.
Leah Anderson, who is working in
Sioux City, is home on the sick list.
Florence Itenz is on the sick list.
Mrs. Elizabeth K. Kinnear, a pio
neer resident of Dakota county, died
"it her home in Homer Wednesday
jvening of last week, after an illness
of several years from cancer. She is
survived bv two children, Airs, Amos
Shook of Kadoka, S. D and Warren
Kinnear of this place. Interment
Wns in Omaha Valley cemetery on
Mrs. A. J. Weander came down from
Sioux City Tuesday' to visit at the
homcof hcrn-other, Mrs.' Mary Davis.
Mart Mansfield and wife of Winne
bago, attended tho Mrs. Kinnear fu
Lloyd Polly, who is on the sick
1'At, is leported to be in a critical
The Can"',) Fire girls enjoyed n
like Mondny evening, out to the
Kobert Lusenrink home.
Dan Haitnett, si, Cha. Hceney,
ind John Jensen were in Sioux City
op business Monday.
James, Green anil Will Harty ship
ped a car load of cattle to the Sioux
qitv marKet lucsday.
Nellie Htjycs. Mrp John Heeney,
Pete Johnsin, Will Lovig and Rev.
ceph were in Sioux City Friday.
Mike Hurloy and Harry Reiss were
p Sioux Citv Thursday.
Mrs. Jas. Tobin of aioux Citv vis
ted Thursday at the Tom Long home.
Born, in Sioux City, Iowa, Sunday,
Match 5th, at the St. Joseph hoipital,
to Mr. and Mrs, T. J Biozek, n fine
Mrs,- D. G. Evans and daughter
'Dallas visited the week-end in South
Sioux City and Sioux City with rela
tives and friends,
Ben Cullen of Grand Forks. N. D..
visited hero last week with his par-J
ents, Mr. and Mr.", Tom Uullen.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Delaney, of
Waterbury, visited the week-end here
.vith the letter's parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frank I iTIng.
Katie. Lnrsen, Mrs. Chris Itasmus
en nnd daughter Sena. Mrs. John
Green and son John, Mrs. Pat Jones,
si, Mr, and Mrs. Will Harty, Phil
-jmitii, uuis Lnrsen, nnd Louis 'Mog
onsen were in Sioux City Saturday.
Tho II. Saxton family, of Minneap
olis, Minn., have moved onto the
John Jesseu, Dan Hnrtnctt, John
Dawkins, Joe Leedom and Henry
Wolf were In Sioux Citv Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Shearer nnd
children of i'onca, visited tho week
und with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr? L. B. Palmer visited Saturday
n Wayne wth relatives.
Lizzie Rnsmussen of Sioux City,
visited the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, Chris Rasmus-
Mrs. Tom Long, Alice and Tom
Helfernnn vliited in Sioux City with
J. Duggan, who is in a hospital.
Specials for Saturday
per lb. 10c
jjaoy nose lira no rgi
r 15c Cans, 58c
l-eDoy. , 25c
as long as they int
SWKKT CII Hit--Gallon Can 15c rjj
PKANCTS Roasted Per lb; 15c 0
HKINZ SWKET IMCKIiKS Per dozf. : !Mr d
CAMELS--Per Pkge 15c jlj
MOLASSFS Cooking 2 lb. size Can .SSe jj
WHOLE WHEAT Kit HAD 21 oz. Loaf d-
15c elsewhere Per Loaf 10c B
PEACHES Large Cans 35c seller Per can. . .20c Jjj
PINEAPPLE Sliced Per Can ...-. 125c jj
MVSTAItl) SAHDINES 15c size Per Can 10c d
JIFFY-. I ELL for Desserts 2 Pkgs" ,..,.10c jlj
VINEOAlt 45 gi Per Gal 45c jj
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"IT PAYS VS TO TREAT VOU H1GIIT"
Phone No. 34. Dakota City, Neb.
DAKOTA COUNTY FARM BUREAU
TILLEY'S GARAGE 1
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! We can supply you with Oils and ( reuses, Perfection j
t and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, ami Storage Batteries !J
d Full Line of Automobile Accessories. d
Lxpert Itepair Work on Autos, Tractors, and (fa
Gas Engines. ' isi
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$100 Reward, $100
Cntarrli U a local disease b'roatly Influ
enced by constitutional condition. It
therefoift lequlreB conatttutlonal treat
ment. HALIa CATARRH MEDICINE
Is taken Internally and acts through the
Ulood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho Sy
tein. HALL'S CATARH1I MKDIC1N13
dostroyo tho foundation of the dlsenw,
Klvcs tlio patlont strongth by lniprovlnu
Uio xenerai health and asslts natur in
doliur its work, flOO.00 for any case of
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE falls to cure. .
Druggists 76c. Testimonials free.
1 J, Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
Fifty Jjushfls of sweet cloyer seed,
at $G.CQ per bushel.
.SIOUX CITY, IOWA
Old Phone, 42G New Phone, 2067
Abstracts of Title I
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