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II is n .- I KJ y I P' to 44 I I fe- & 4r ft" i: i: LoucUa and IIIM Farmer. Watertown Public Opinion:—A case worthy of notice is that of a Deuel coun ty tenant tanner named James L. Flynn "who came to that county seven years af?o and 1ms been working land upon shares since that time. lie is a Scotch man, and a farmer of the old school, who cultivates wcill and in season, and cares lor his harvost when it ripens. When Mr. Flynn came here he did not havo the money to buy any land for himself, but WHS content to JO to work and wait a more opportune time when ho might be able to (io so. Hut he has been thriving during these years. He came to this city on Monday of this week and pur chased a whole section ot land in Deuel oou nty, paying one-half of the purchase price in cash. He has money enough left from his earnings to erect suitable buildings and sultirient stock to go on at onco and farm it for himself exclu sively. i i is perseverance has certainly been well rewarded. For the past three years Mr. Flynn has worked II. L. Louck'a farm—than silk-gloved grander who edits a "rural'' paper, heads a defunct elevator combin ation, spoils an insurance company, and •Strives to bocome a politican and leader Of men. Loucks docs his farming by Jiroxy, and that proxy for the paat three years Mr. Flynn has worked H. L. Lonek's farm —that *i!k gloved granger who edits a "rural"' paper, heads a de funct elevator combination, spoils an in ..'.fttirance company, and strives to become politician and lender of men. Loucks does his farming by proxy, and that f'aimer roxy for the past three years has been Flynn who is now the proud owner of as fine a section of land as there is in all the state. The former is a politico-farmer while the latter is a plain farmer without any political embellish ments or wild-cat schemes for getiing his living without work. Farmer Flvnn plows well, while Farmer Loucks does Hot plow at all. A further comparison would be odious. Mr. Flynn had into crop this year.'176 acres of wheat which yielded an average of a little over 311g bushels per acre, and now that he has a farm of his own he is happy and contented to let politics take uare of itself while he looks after that fine section of land. Shetland Will iivt ft. WASHINGTON, Dec. 1G.—Rev. James 'Shflland, ot Aberdeen, S. 1)., is pretty "t'j&rtain to be placed at the head of the "Sisseton Indian ai:enry. Ho is the man that was recommended by Senator Petti •drew aud Congressman Fielder last week. It is anticipated that his appointment "Will enmo into the senate some time this wee k. A Chilling Effect. Senator Kyio has disappointed a ma jority 'f his friends by allying himself with the dMnociiits in the senate. As «tHo ind'M^ml^nt party is composed four ftftlis of former republicans it is a little •mortifying to discover when too late that all their reformatory effort has simply resulted in electing a democrat. This will ive a chilling effect vpon tho rudor of the deluded ones and a deterring in fluence on new converts.—Madison Leader. A War Inoidflrti Among tho many who obtain their livelihood out of tho oyster industry of Annapolis is the well known John Jack sou, who, during the war, received a gold medal, which he afterward lost, for gal lant nervices performed. Jackson had been a sailor on the mortar schooner C. P. Williams, one of tho fleet which block aded the entrance to tho city of Charles ton during the war, of which Admiral Balch was in command. One day while the fleet was stationed in Charleston harbor a peculiar ripple Was noticed a ahort distance from ono of the largest vessels of the squadron. The disturbance proved to be a submarine torpedo boat, and the enemy was ap proaching with such rapidity that officers and men seamed paralyzed at the immi nent danger they had to face. They were about to give up in despair when Jack son, then a youug man, without a word leaped from tho ship into tho sea, and swam with all his might toward the tor pedo boat. Reaching a point above it when it was not more than fifty feet from the ship, Jackson, diving beneath the surface, detached tho terrible ex plosive from the projecting timber to which it was fastened and dropped it into the deep waters of the sea, and then swam back to the ship in safety. But for Jackson's bravery the ship and hun dreds of lives would have been sacrificed. Lack of education prevented Jackson from accepting a commission in the navy, which he could have secured for his gallantry. He believes that- the gold laedal, which he lost, has fallen into the hands of some person who is iming it as a means of procuring employment from the government. Jackson's friends want hiin to apply for a pension, which he Will probably do.—New York San. Th® Iron lirlgatden. There -were two regiments in the army of the Potomac known by tho title "Iron Brigade." One was led by Hatch and the other by Gibbon, in 18G2. Gibbon's afterward became celebrated a» the Iron Bvigiwltf of the West. Neutral OrouiMt, Said :vn old farmer whose lands lay In tbe disputed region arouud Culpeppers I hain took no 6ides in this yer re bel! ion, but I'll be •ides hain't took ae.* doggoned if tpth Bmm i»«m Wby«hMM •OMerlpwa trfefife. Or shsln i jwavakrotf SOUTH DAKOTA N0TE& Mitchell is dry town. N claimed to be a thoroughly Fort Pierre people bay their wood from Indians. Deadwood's big h9tel Is unfinished for lack of funds. JOT1CE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE —WHEREAS, Default has occurred in the conditions of n Mortgage containing power of sale, which lias bwn dnlv recorded, b* Albert Kgermayer aul Mary Eirermayer, (ins wife) Mortgagors, to J-'ostcr It. Clement, Mor'. gngeo, dated March l.Mli, W!', and mortgaging the South west qtmrter of the Northwest (jitarter and Northwest t4uitrt«-r of the Southwest quarter. Section nine, (!), Township one hundred and twenty, (l'-JO), Range fifty, (M.i), containing eiirhty acres mere or less according to the government survey thereof in Grant County, South Dakota, by which default the power of sale has become operative, and no action or proceeding havini: been instituted at law to recover Ihe debt thereby secured, or any part thereof and there is claim ed to be due on said Mortgage at this date Twenty-fire and 92-UVl Dollars. Notice is hereby given, That said Mortgage will-bo foreclosed by sale of said premises at public auction by the Sheriff of said Conn ty. ebruary 23, IS&2. at 2 o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House, in Milbank, in said County of Grant and State of South Dakota, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's foe, and dis bursements allowed by law. Dated December 1, 1891. FOSTKR R. CI.BMIHT, Mortgagee. C. CHURCH, Attorney for Mortgagee, Water town, a. D. OTICK OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE.—WHEREAS, Default hae occurred in the conditions of a Mortgage containing power of sale, which haa been duly recorded, given by Gii8tav Kline and Theresa Kline, (his wife) Mort gagors, to Foster R. Clement, Mortgagee, dated March 1, l^'.i). and mortgaging Lot fifteen, Block sixty *four, #4), Third Addition to Village of iIbank .1 (motion, now City of Milbank, aa the same appears by the reoorded plat thereof in the ofllce of the Register of Deed* in and for Grant County, S. I) .. in Grant County, South Da kota, by which default the power of sale ban be come operative, and no action or proceeding hav ing been instituted at law to recover the debt thereby secured, or any part thereof and there is claimed to be dtie on said Mortgage at this date Twenty-seven and ti-100 Dollars. IS" Notice as hereby given, That eaid Mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of said premises at public auction by the Sheriff of said Countv, February •-», 1H9!. at 2 o'clock P. ., at the front door of the Court House, in Milbank, in eaid county of Grant and State of South Dakota, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's lee, and dis bursements allowed by law. Dated December l, iii'U. FOSTKII R. Ci-UICINT, Mortgagee. C. G. CHURCH, Attorney for Mortgagee, VVater lown, South Dakota. STATE OF BOUfH DAKOTA, -as GRANT COUNTY. Twit STATE OF Sot'TH DAKOTA BENDS GBBBTING To CHAS SlMltiON— You are hereby notified that on tho 4th dav of November A 'he following described piece or parcel of Keul Estate, taxed in the name of f'has impson. and situated in the County of Grant, State of soulh Dakota, an follows: of SK'.j, Sec. 2. Towu It'll. Range 43, containing ?8 RCres. was sold for taxes theuiiue and delinquent for the year 18*8, at tax sale by the Treasurer of said County to il. E. Morrill who is now the In u ful holder of the Certilicnte of Pur chase therefor, and that the right of redempt ion will expire ami a deed for said land will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within sixty days from the date of completed service of this notice oa you. F(^j!'tC!'n.lat,nn ft-i rJF-'}? H. E. MORBILL, BY G. L. \V0oi, Agent. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA. »88 GRANT COUNTY. THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA SENDS GREETING: To H. T.SKAMONS You are hereby notified that on the -ith day of N vember. A, D. Issjt, the then Treasurer of t-aid county ol Grant, exposed for sale, aud sold the following Keal Estate, to-wit: part of S\VVt ,,f NU'1- commencing at NE corner. of NVV»* thence South -M' ft west, !ii i.t2 feet north. 214. ieet east 5il:'.12 feH, Section Etght. (y), in Township One hundred Twenty-one (121),'kan^e Forty-six, (16) west ofiith F. M., in South Dako ta, tor the taxes lor the year lsto, then due and delinquent thereon that at said time and place H. E. Morrill, the undersigned, bid the amount ofMiid taxes, interest, and eo6tH, due tnereon and i.s now the lawful owner anil holder of the Certilicnte of Furehase theretor, and that the ru,!u of redemption will expire and a deed for snid land will be made, unless redemption from ench aie be made within sixty days from the dale ul cuiupiciea scivice of this uoiice on you. H. E. MOKICIU. BY G. L. WOOD, Agent. STATE CF SOUTH DAKOTA,) 88 GRANT COUNTY. THRSTATK or SOUTH DAKOTA 8BHI» GREETING: Toll. 1'. SKA.MON.S— You are hereby notified that on the 4th day of Nov. A. D,, 1S81), the then Treasurer ot said coun ty of Grant, exposed lor sale, aud sold the fol luwuij,' Ileal Estate, tu-wit: SEi* of SES», Sec tion 0, iu lownsbip Ui, Range 4t, west ol 5th 1'. .. in South Dakota, lor the taxes for the year lhKS, then due and delinquent thereon: that at said time aud place I.E. Morrill, tho under signed, bid the amount of said taxes, interest and costs, due the)eon and is now the lawlul owner and holder of the ertiiicate of Purchase tiieielor, and that the riyht ol redemption will empire aud a deed lor said land will be made unless redemption from such sale be made with in sixty da\s irom the date of completed service of ihis uoiiuu on you. H. E. MORRII.L, BY G. L. WOOD, Agent STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, GRANT COUNTY. STATIC OK SOUTH DAKOTA SENDS UBBKINO: To K. N. liKAM— •You are hereby notified that on the 4th dav of Nov. A. D., ih&y, the theu Treasurer of said county of Grant, exposed for sale, aud sold the loliowing Reul Estate, to-wit: NW^ of BVVv Sectiou 17, in Township 119, ltange 50, westoi 5th 1'. M.. in South Dakota, for the taxes lor thn year lf-ss, theu due and deiiiiuueut thereon th^t at said time aud place H. E. Morrill, the und^r signed, bid the ninouut of said taxes, interest ana costs due thereon aud is now the b.Jf,,,' owner and holderofthe CerUflaite of Purchaln there tor, and that the right of redercPtionjf.i expire and a deed for said laud will be made unless redemption from such sale be made withiu sixty days from the d*te of completed service of thi* uotice on you. vwuijiie«.a U. E. Momuix.Br G- L. WOOD, Agent. S&ier.hftc Arcer *..' A^jc«cy fo C-Qr.* «C IC WVti, ©to. lr#i «rlt* t.-i r, s i .•» -v, atsw YtuiK. /orjH-c.jr.v iw Kvcry pale'.t tAkei: oa tna puMlc by a sie: itv Scientific XVBMt Mortgage Sulo. Whereas, Default has occurred in the paymcn of the sum of Twenty six dollars, 1S26], interest which became due and payable on the 1st day Of November. A I 1 V.t), upon a certain Mort.-.'Htrcj dulv executed and delivered by Charles W. ^hatto and Sadie Shatto.[his wife'to Hiram D. Upton, be.'irinH date the l'.'th day of Novem ber, A. D. 1^7, and which Mortgage, together with the power of ?ale therein contained, was duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for the County of Grant and State oftrouth Dakota, on the '.M.»th day of November. A. D, 1-S7, at 2:10 o'clock P.M., In Book 24 of Mortgages, on vages uu Whereas It Is in said Mortgage provided that If said Mortvatrors shall fail to pay any part of the sum of money secured thereby at the time and in the manner specified in said Mortgage, then and as often as such default shall occur, the whole sum of money secured thereby, may, at the option of the lejcal holder of th notes thereby secured, and without notice.be declared due and payable, ami whereas the said Iliram 1). Uptou is* i.ow the lejzal holder of said notes aud such default having occurred, the said Hi ram I I'pton has elected and does hereby elect and declare the whole sum secured by said Mort gage due and payable, and therefore there 18 claimed to bi* due upon s iid Mortgage at the dateofthb notice, the sutn of Four hundred seventy ami 62-100 Dollars. [?470.i'2: and no act ion or proceeding having been instituted, at law or otherwise, to recover the debt secured by said Mortgage or any part thereof, Now, Therefore. Notice is hereby given, thaf by virtue of the power oJ sale contained in said Mortgage, and pursuant to the etatute in nueh case made and provided, the said Mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises described !n and conveyed by said Mortgage, viz: The Southeast quarter of Section fiv Township one hundred and twenty-one. 11211 Range forty-seven, , containing one hundred and sixty, Km], acres more or less according to the government survey thereof in the County of Grant and State ot South Dakota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances thereto be longing: which sale will be made by the Sheriff of said County of Grunt, at the iront door of the Court iHouse, in Milbank, in said County of Grim aud state ol South Dakota, on the 23rd day of February, A. I). 1*1*2, at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon of that day. at public auction, to the highest bidder tor cash, to pay said debt and interest, and taxes, if any on said premises and Forty Dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated in said Mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by law subject to redemp tion at any time within one year from the date of sale, as provided by Nw. Dated at Watertown, S. this 1st day of De cember, A. D„ 1*1)1. HIRAM D. UPTON, Mortgagee. C. G. CHURCH, Attorney for Mortgagee. Mortgage Sale. Wher»as, Default has occurred in the payment of the sum of Thirty-four and 35-100 Dollars, [$S-1.3R], interest which became due and payable on the 1st day of November, A. D. lS'io, upon a certain Mortgage, duly executed aud delivered uv Benton 8. Walker and Jessie F. Walker, to Hiram 1). Uuton, beariu date the 14th day of May, A. D. 18S7, aud which Mortgage, together with the power of sale ^therein contained, was duly recorded in the offlcc of the llrgister of Deeds in and for the County of Grant and State of South Dakota, on tile 3nth dav ot May, A. I). 1S8T. at :1" o'clock P. M., in ftook 23, of 3Iort gaees, on pages 2W. 2»" and 'J'8. Whereas, It is in said Mortgngo provided that if said Mortgagors shall fail to pay any part of the sum of money secured thereby at the time and in the manner specilied in nail Mi-rt f.ge, then and as ofttn as such default shail oci ur, the whole sum of money secured thereby, may at the option of the ktrsJ (udder ol'the notes thereby secured, and without notice be declared due and payable, and whereas the said Hiram Upton is no.v the legal holderofsaid votes unci such default having occurred, tin* said Hiram D. Upton has elected and does hereby elect and de clare the whole sum secured bv said MorU'ag due and payable, and therefore ther.! is claimed to be due upon said Mortgage at the. date of this notice, the sutn of Five hundred uinetv and 25-1!'") Dollars, .2.")] and no action or pioced itjg having been instituted, at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said Mortgage or any part hereof. Now, Therefore, Notice is hereby given, that by rirtun of the po-.ver of sale continued ia «aid Mortgage, a::d pursuant to the statutu in such case made and provided, tlie said Mort we will be foreclosed by a sale of the premise? described in and conveyed by eaid Murtiracte, viz: The Southwest quarter of Section thirty, [301 Tewmhiponc hundred and twenty-one. rt21|l Hnn»e fortv-nine, t«t. containing one hundred and sixty, (TOO], acres more or less according to the government survey thereof in the Countv of Grant and State of South Dakota, with the hereditaments and appurtenances thereto be longing: which sale will be made by the Sheritr of said County of Grant ftt the frontdoor of the Court House, in Milbank. in said Countv of Grant aud,State of South Dakota, on the '.'ird'dav of February, A. D. Irf'.hJ. at 2 o'clock iu the nfter noon of that day, at public auction, to the high est bidder for cash, to pay said dehtand inter "it, and taxes, if any on said premises aud Ftftv Dollars attorney's fees, as stipulated in said Mortpisre in case of foreclosure, and the di« burn.'iuents allowed bylaw subject to redempt ion at any time within one year from the date of sale, as provided :y law. Dated at Watertown, 8. D., this first day of December, A. D. Wl. O. G. Council D. UPTON, Mortgagee. Attorney for Mortgagee. XTOTICE IN SALE. °£,^3 rGA E w.l}IC!\ h"^ Wrrt.ypht cuin th» can n ejre«b,ti«n o? .•»»• ir^i Uf '(1 tt. rtiOBld be ttitlc'kk 4J (hl| &£'«!M3r.t?. 4 to W. C. POliT. W rsi, 11211 FORKCLOKriiE llhRLAS, Default has occnrred in the condition? of a Mortcatre containiii" power y recorded, jriven by Vv illiam H. Donaldson and Angela Donaldson (his wife) MortL'iiirors. to Foster It. ('lenient' Mortgagee M..—U the" Tow forty-seven, column IDL' one hundred and (ItiO), acres more or b!»s accovdin^ to the ,„ Notice i« hereby eivcn, That sakl Mortgage will be foreclosed by sale «fnaid premises,,* public auction by the sher,(V of said omitv February •JS, 1^2. at 2 o'clock P. at the front' door of the Court House. ,L County of Grant and H. K. MOKRIU, BV G. L. WOOD, Agent. Land Office at Watertown. S. D., Nov taqi Notice ,shereby given that the followW-uamerf settler ha« filed notice »f his litention to make lliul proof in mipport of IHs clnim. ard that aaid o o w a o o e i- o Court, at Milbank. D.. „n J.n 36th 18W vw* n ,-o„o KOTli. Frank Kod«r, Joha Tillman A w Adaa WooUoj, »n 0f WOOD BROS. & CO., Agpnts. -FOR- Christmas TRY MY -AT- Notice of Tax Deed. To EriKi T. HATHAWAY You are hereby notified that on the fourth day of November, A. 1). 1KM», the followina described niece or parcel of H(H1 Estate, taxed in the name of Susan D. Knapp, and situated iu the County of Grant, Stab* of South Dakota, as follows: Lot ,.) L, Block (-14,) in the City of Milbank, was sold for taxes theu due and delinquent for the vtarlsKK, at tax sale by the Treasurer of said County to A. P. Lindquist who is now the law ful holder of the certificate of purchase. That said taxes then due and delinquent amounted to $:Mi) and that subsequent taxes to the amount of $-2.73 have been paid, with interest, penalty and co»ts accrued, r»2 I 9, making total amount necessary to redeem $8.2-', aud in addition thereto, the cost of service of this notice, to^, ther with such interest as mav accrue after thi«Tdate, must be paid, and that the ritrlit ?f redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made within sixty days from the completed service of this uotice. A. 1\ Lmuyfirr. Notice of Tax Deed. To STTHAW I). KSAPP.— You are hereby noii'tied that on the fourth day of November, A. D. IW9, the following described piece or parcel of ileal fclstate, ta.\.-(j K i!lo, k rlIJ ment survey thereof in Crant Countv, Mouth Da kota, by which default the power o/s«le has be come operative, and no action or proceeding hav ing been instituted at law to recover the rebt thereby secured, or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on said Mortgage at this date Fifty-seven and 60-1(0 Dollars. service of this notice. in Milbauk, in said S a e o S o u a k o a o pay said debt, interest, attorney's fee. and di« bnrsements allowed by law. B~ Datvd December 1, 18!'l. FOSTEK It. CI.EMKNT, Mort?«ETPE C. O. CHURCH, Attorney for Mortgagee Water town. South Dakota. Notice of Tax Deed. STATE OF SOUTU DAKOTA,) ss GRANT COUNTY. TOtSe iTAK?rDAKOTA8BRB,°M^ Yon are hereby notified that on the 4th day of November, A sn, ,he followin,? descXJ S °J £™,el of Estate, taxed in the name ofH. A Kjosness, and situated in the Countv Tow nf Grant State of Sontli Dakota, as follows F'/ of ?f, ^v1 Sec- 10• '18. Range 48, talmng 87 acre, was sold for taxes then due and delinquent for the year lass, at tax sale bv »h^ Treasurer of said County to K Morrm Who i8 rirtw tli a -*'*urriu. now the lawful holder ..r »K Certificate of Purchase therefor, and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed f,,r said latid will be made unleas redemptio,?fro 'r such sale be made withiu sixty days from the date ol completed service of .his notice ou"ou WOOD IJUOS. JOHN L. LOCKHAHT? forty-four, i4l.) in the City of MilletUH, wa- soid for taxes then due aud de linquent for the year !*», ftt S i-m« rK,iWI^ V V U 1892'"z: SE!4SWik »"•«. He nam«s the following wit never* to nrn*« KI. wfd land,1"1r ,id0DC UP°M Md «f, Milpank. B. I)«'k C'.a. WIU4AW, ftagi^f. """Star-* tux sale bv the I ieustirT of f:i i/l oinitylo A. P. L'nthinist* who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of pur chase 1 luit said texes then due and delinquent amounted to ^,^.1(1 and thai siib*emi'iif taxe^ to the amount of f'J.TS have bet n naiil, with iute» est, penalty and costs accrued, $ &(, making total amount necessary to redeem gs.y», and in addi t!on thereto the ciist (.f service of this notice, together with nuch itiUTi'pt as may accruc nft^r this date, must be paid, and that the ris/ht of redemption will expire and a deed for said land bt made .^thi'i ^ixty days irotn the completed A. P. LINDQUIST. Land Office at Watertown, S. 1)., Dec. Hth, 1891 Notice is hereby given thdt the following named settkr has Hied notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim mwi that said proof will be made before fteaister and Receiver at Watertown, S. D„ on^ 189,, JOHN CIlAliOUPKE T.' thC Lot 4 SeC" 5 aiu1 Lot Sec.C, 1I« names the following witnesses to prove his ™d"1rrvi,T"ta,M "lK", »v: Henry Karchel, Joe Foreman, Jake Huatu An tone Lupinch.Hll of Twin Bro.iks, s Land Office at Watertown, 8. iw ihui W"IPPLE, I o 1 a u V, c- 3°. a a n K i o N 1 ownship 1'A), Range 50 \V aa, & 5 sa«»- R' WILUAMS, Register. PENSIONS. s?r" ^mheVWneb 55S]OO WMIU HEAL ESTATE FARM HR ^suiusej. Tmn^ctM. lv c, KSTAl'F, JAMES Ul KEIIK, HEKLA FIRE INS. D" C. O. VVn.LUMS, Kepister. cansui iftSi s, saa ,\R bought and Sold Office at Court II US OAi FAIt^l rily All Ena! lOstHto iltterBi j' LOCTIOUSI IITIII UONVEVAR., Attended to V. GIBSON, Jr., bus, KEAL ESTATE AND U INSURA^CK AND COL St Paul, Minn. Cash Capital TP a new lrcti First Mortgage Loans on RPut ,1 Taxes Paid for Non-residents. MILIUM, S. D. R. 834ITIIEJI, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEUO} Will practice in *31 cotirts. Contcstj M- Laud Oflicca specialty JOHN W. BKLL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEI.LOK |fS»be Chattel Security at Lowest [r.jde to Lis, M° MILBANK, 8. D. *1^0 AND NOTARY PUBLIC Practices in all Courts—State and WLliANK, S. D. TOHN H. OWEN, Big Attorney at Law, U n for the Proprietor MILHANK DRAV LINE \j AGENT FOR THE STANDARD OIU Moving Pianos,Organs, Fnriiitan: .. Prompt Attention. J£ENRY SCHAKKR, Fresh, Salt and Smoked Moutf The patronage of the peoploof and surrDuntiln^ touiitry re fully solicited. ttM- Proprietorol the Miibiink Meat Man Hllkiudsol Fresh and Salt Me::!J The choicest qnality '.o e ol.taine in stock. Try iiif &iu.sni & HdP^Cash paid lor liidec, ^JENTBAL MEAT MAltKLl, Tlx Hi. LAYMAN, Proj.'r, 8INGER SEWING MACHIM 11 w. BAILEY. AGENT the name of sii.-.mi D. Knapp, and situated in the Countv .f(,raut. State of South Dnkot.., os follows: C'') CUI IN Ml KEVMATI UATICA HITS IIUMB&60 llEU^lGl 1S1IHGS \mm O N i i K U S i i o u s e o v e Hard and Soft Wo3d always on! Ikme Ivhich Rous Isfion Agent for Vm FOB $200,000, A1m silent, for Iiif I»icc County Nursery, Producers ot Fruit, Shudo Trees aa Shrubbery acclimated to the northvvtfj MILBANK. LIFE INSUliANCE at the actual cost of carrying it If BO J®"1! secure it by becoming a member of thu A. O. U. W. Th« naaeasments for ths past year hiiTcamoon', to $11 on a policy of the amount eyerjr member or the order is insured. iSecurlty Lodge of Atilbank since its "ri ti»»n litis seen paid to the families or llu' i ing deceased brothers the '1,Blirl|'ljiilt A. Dilley, (J. O. Schuchart, and John uyi For further information, Constitution Laws apply to ,r C. E. (iltOVKH. M- '»U1, |TS. IIFI ®ar«lT I'Mhri ««. IW ftt 1)1 I "flaw '.he peof. i 8. D-' Do you want Snfc KltlCi' I Ijiirc,',( ftion bf,l i ptdoo Sty, mid Will, U.M pi lor J. L. LOOKllAKT. I Or any member of the On**- Notice of Tax Deed. To 3. k. M»:( OVBBN INI) Jonu ^*^*1 Yott are hereby notified that on ihe of November, A. I). lSbtf, the follo'vim.'1'• piece or parcel of Iteal Iistatc, taN'"1 •0 «irvr«»f BHId Tuunty, to A. now the lawful holder of the certini:i i- chaa*. That said taxes then due and amonntcd to S5 Jtt and that BUhseijnei thu amount of lui« been iatd_. est, penally and costs accru« 1, R»U1 unonnt necessary to redeem jo-- Bli,j u,,f| of J. A. Mctiovern and aituaied in the i -^1 Uraflt, State of Mouth Dakota, .,»-*T\vlu illagi" »i i six, (6,) Klock three, (S.) in the Itrooks, was sold for tuxes then nee iu«ut tor the yrar IfWH. Ht tax and ^'"'L •Irw^l vjl0 V. ,T- pfJ ieI mu-nv makiDgI )g of service i addition thereto, the cost Uce, together with snch interest as aft«r this date, mast be paid, and r|gy Mid of ntdnmptlon will expire snd a ^0. land b« made within si*ty da/s f""» Plated sar^ic^of Uis nolle*. lim LlSW^vr.