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First Nov. last Dec i'.
Mwtgaire Sale.
Whereas, default tin-, tu en made in the con
elitlons irt ceiuon raorigHge, nmilv the i.Mh
day of Kebnmry. is..*, t.y \\iil:um KaXi-r ml
his wire, Mary M. isaxtiT, of irn:.t cnumy S at»*
of Eolith Dnko
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to Nelvoll .-aui'i!e,\ deceived.
aiid*hiih mortgage recorded i i ih6 oihee
"I KeKisitr iI Deed* in
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i Kir ihe County ot
tjrai.t, and MMit:,1 smith Dakota, ou Hie 1-th
day of February, ri l: Jil o'cloek in., tu
book HI ot liiortK'HK.
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uii piig» 5(4
WL T-reits
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Geor^K S. lux,
Attorney for executor.
56 Hint
no action or proeveUiiig nt JHW .)r otlur
wise JIHS tui-n instituieil to recover ihe (j. tit
eure'l tiv fiiiil iimnk'HKt'ur any part thereof:
an11 wlureH*. it
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stlpulnled In snii) limrUM^i
thm il •U,iHiil mdiiiil lc iiiR le In the pRvint-in .•:
the ^^lnl ot lnot.ej or the intvre.»t tlieitoii or iht
taxes on j,aiii premise s, or Miiy pari thereof, a
the time or it» tin- innim* sp- eiiict in s til nior
KaKe, then pi inei pal anl interest at oOee stionio
Ijeeunie illie
V\ lieivas,' cfault has been maJe in paynie i
of the t«\,s hr aim-ed by said moriga^oih iti
the mortgage i"'t whereas the ,uii..ui.i
eiaimeil o he lne on st.M niort.-^a^e at the tuiu
of tlii^ notice is the cinn of tivi liunilreif i
lioliais. principal, and thirty Ihri-c doilais
iiini vt iii -live eeius (^. 4.75» crest din
ami nnpHiil. bsiles the sum of tttu
hundreu anil thirty six ami-10o dollars^.*) 2.
tor tax s iieccs-ari: puitl by the exeeut i
oi Sai'l niurtynKtv, NelM»n .-aniitlerM. dect'iise
ana mt rest
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IUHI
he r«!e ot l-.1 pn cent, thereot
from H- ««IH A1 si, |V.i, anrt the atiortuy'i? fee o:
tenilol ais (in it a rn\ iiien li\ law.
Now therefore notice in hereby given thut by
virtue oi the power of male c.uiitaitie 1 in sui
and in purMiatiee of tlie MiUnie su
case |ro\ ill,'ii the «ai eXeetitor,
Whercae. Default has been made in pm
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luieeiostM by sale of the mo iKaaed pieniis s
lin rein dewribed it pub 1c auction at the fro
dooi of the coiitt lion-e in iliet'fiy of Milban
i (itinty of tuant and state nf South Dakota on
the 2 thday re 'Jeceinber, l^£H». at 'J o'doc.5 1
the atiernoon of that cbty.
l'he in.rtKi Rid premises are situated in tat
county oi (tram iti the state of south bakofa
mid are deMiibed as follows, o wit: the liortli
a s a i i o n a u a e o s e i o n o n i n
township i ne hnndted twenty fl-'1') of rn jg.
torty-i.iue (-t'.O. coi.iaiiimK ill. and 44-io.i hu^
according io the uovernnn'iu survey thereot.
tc"! ti.(j that part needed to the Cbieag
Mi.vau.ee and st. I'.-uil Kadway Company, ano
excepting ten fl(i acres dveded to Ueorgo Vt
Men ,\.
baled at Milbank, (irant connty So. Dak..
November 10th, 18So.
W. B. SACKOERH.
Executor of the estate of .Mortir.im-e
First Nov -„V. haft 1 uit. 1.
liotio3
of Trust Deed
Sale,
Defiiui I.KB been in.-n.e tu the .ud.i tout of a
certain trust deed executed and delivered bj
iio 'crt K. «lciieB and Ktntly K JOI.CH. Moil- i
tfanois, to L. W. Tulleya. frustre, Mortunirci
(i.Ui il itie iSi dsv if' November A. I), einliti el.
hiiiulnd tiiid liL'titv ^eveii, and recorded n« n
trin-i ueeil 111 the ottii-e of the reyiHter of deems ol I
the County of (.runt, in the State of South bai\e
ta, on the "«."..'th duv of N vember A. i 1^., af
.) .b o'clock in ., in book. J4 of Mortiin^ef, on
tfiiica 3.'M y.45, «nd tio action or pm.-i edin.
1i«h been uiKttimed nt law or I'tjinty to r«
co\er the debt secured by said in-onfjayo i
p«rt tliereot.
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of tl.e tase* us nirri ed y ^ald tnurt in tIn
irust deed, ami wlierca*, the amouut claiund
due on ^nii trust deed, at th'- titne of ,hii
iiotn:-', i.i the smn of etirht huiuitcd (rt.nn doi ats
pt iuctpiil, and one hundred ninety and W HKI doi
luth hiten^p't due and unpaid, besides the sum of
ihirty tune mid 4 I lod doiiars for tuxes necessjiri
lv paid by the said Jerome F.
"The ciiid mortuaue dniy n-isirned by an
instrument i hen-oi, duly exi Ctitei and deiiv i*reii
iiv the said I.. W. Tull-ys. Trustee, andciaiuli
K. lle-se. Item ti' iary, to .Jerome F. imv. dated
he S.'d day of Fcbruiirv A. 1). isifi, niid n corded
iu caid o(hc«» of ihe reiri-ter of deeds on the l'.'th
iiav uf November A. fs'.ti, at 11 o'clock a.m.,
in book of mortalities, on pane 171.
Nonce is hereby given. Thut by virtue of a
power of sale contained
MI
said mortsjnL'e. and of
the statute in such case made avd provider!, tin*
said ni'trt-iHge w ill lu-tor-dosed hy a suit? of the
nior'£a:'ed premises therein described, which
sale \v:ii be made tit the limit do«r of the Court
house, iu the Cnv ot Milbank, the -.untc i
(iriint. and Stale of south Dakota, at public
.•metion by ihe Shciifof raid county, or by Iii^
denuty, on Saturday, the Vd d» January A
eitdiiecn hun.ired and ninty-seveii, at n'dmi
in the afternoon, to sitisly the amount wlrih
shall thn be due on said mort^aje, with tlie
in eresi tliereon. ami costs and expenses of sal.-,
ird eiL'htv dolifr- iittornev's fei1^. as Htip.uluteo
in sain nior iia'** ill cn^r of foreciosinc.
The premis"s desci tii(-d in suiii niortLla" fill'l
s i to t»e t»oid. are I lie lot. niece or intrcel or' land
-Hunted
i In* v oiitu vol (.rant. Mute of south
Dakota, am! known and described as follow,-,
town: Southwest 't ot iSccMon I went\-ei^h I
i2N). iu Township one hundred eighteen (lis
north of rantre forty-eiirlit (-1H). west ol the tilili
principal meridian and containing ac.coniinir to
t'nited States eovemmeni euryey, on. liundn-d
SIXtv (Pit') acies mole or
Dated at lievilio, e. D., this 14th day
and vcMber. lS!«i.
if N(
JEHOMF. I-, A V.
H.K.JONKS, Mori
L'ANEI
Attorney for !otiL'a^ec, Uevtllo, S
D.
He I# Simply CliarmiiiR, but Altogether
Too (Scarce.
Is thero anything inoro charnjiiif? in
this world than a nice, well mannered
boy? I don't want to bo hypercritical,
but I mnst add, I ana a strictly vera
cious woman, ti at tljey arc, alas, as
ran as they arc cliarminp.
Such a boy, the well mannered gen
ins, thank heavens, I met not lonp
ago, and my instant thought was, What
a line mother his must be. I know her
by reputation, a celebrated actress, who
has can fully shielded her private Me
from the public, and my estimation of
that woman immediately rose 50 c".e
jrrees. None but a woman of cnltnro,
refinement and true nobility of charac
e o u e a a s o n w o s o e v e y i
est word showed respect for women, in
nate good breeding, and, best of all, in
this day of affected Kkepficisni among
(lie j.'unesso doree, an honest belief in
the existence of good among men and
women in general.
And I couldn't help thinking porrow
fally as I chatted with this delightful
boy how few mothers really nnd« r.-tand
their meter. It'fi the most responsible
work in the world, that of motherhood,
and is entered into with the least train
ing and preparation. Women are pro
vorbially proud, vain, their masculine)
critics nay, and I wonder whether they
I realize how they are reflected in their
children? If tliey did, would they not
make a greater effort to have reflected
only their good points-, their gentleness,
i breeding, and, above all, their faith in
I (lpmait uaturo.—Philadelphia llccord.
Graaping nt a Straw.
Doctor—Don't be alarmed. I wr.s
I sieker tb»m you are a year ago, and
with *hr K.unt trouble. Today I rui
well and Lxntriy.
Patient {anxiously)—Oh, doctor, fell
me, who was your physicku?—Watcr
fcorj.
CULTUKE OF CELERY.
KALAMAZOO RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF
ITS CHIEF CENTERS.
Wliat llollanders Have Accomplished In
the Vicinity of Thin Michigan Town -Ya
*jing Claims to the Profits of Celery
vine,
Kalamazoo celery is so well known in
every part of this country that the namo
is used for all the better kinds of cel
ery, and, like Clue Point oysters and
Little Neck clams, tlie guarantee con
tained iii the name sells the article to
the exclusion of other brands. The ex
cellence of this celery is naiil to be lao
to three things—good
K
ed, dark, heavy
eoil and carj in growing and bli'at hitig
it. Careful packing might bo added.
But as any gardener can select good
Feed and give the plants goexl cnlturo
Kalamazoo must excel in the f-oi 1 or
better natural conditions as a celery re
gion.
The celery meadows are just outsido
of the town of Kularrazoo, north and
south of tho city, and surrounded by
hills, divided crosswise by a high ridgf,
on which tho houses! aro built. Tho
meadows are about three miles long
and a mil.) wide. These bottom lands
are not common farming lands, but are
composed of a peculiar form of black
muck, the result of vegetable decompo
sition, and formerly they were
FO
rich
that no fertilizers were needed. Not
morn than a dozen years ago very littlo
celery was raised on thego ireadows
and nonn for shipment to other mar
kets, Joseph Dunkly, tho florist, was
one of tho pioneers in the. industry, rec
ognizing the peculiar value of tlii
muck Foil for celery. He owned one of
the eurliest celery farms, and it is re
ported that he amassed a fortnne frrv..i
the business before it was injured by
competition.
In recent years the erjtpuf has b^e:»
ro enormous that prices have dropped
from ~0 cents to 10 cents per doze
raid many growers have been complain
ing. The seasons of 18U2-3 were com
paratively poor ones, and a number of
the growers left their farms to enga v
in tho same business in the suburbs of
New York, but they soon returned t.»
their hometown. Tho growers are near
ly all Hollanders, and they live i:i
dwellings on their small holding--,
which generally consist of from live
ten acres. They are a frugal, immstrious
iaee, and they adopt the messt advanced
system of intensive farming. Five acres
here easily support an ordinary Holland
family, anel there is no eloubt but tho
head of it saves money.
The city of Kalamazoo is one of the
prettiest in tho country, a ul it owes
not a little of this to tho industry of
the celery growers. The amount of cel
cry shipped from the city varies from
year to year, but a conservative esti
mate places the average quantity at n
tons per day from July 1 to Jan. 1.
This would mean about S.GOO.OOO eh z
fcn.e, and at 10cent.* per dozen this wonl-i
amount to 0lj(i0,(K)0. As this is a very
low estimate, one is i-lm'Nt s f'- in Fay
ing that tho industry ne ts tho town at
least £500,000 a year.
The bunches of celery aro packed i:»
wooden bo.xca and shipped i commis
sion men. Tho horns aro made in tin
town, giving etnploym''Mt to a ir.nnb
of mechanics. They are about tho si:*
of a peach crale, 24 inches h-ng, lf»
inches wide and 0 to 8 inches deep.
Fertilizers aro now used freely upon
the already rich bottom lands, and ev
ery timo a grower takes a load of celery
into the town he brings back a loael of
fertilizer. It is claimed that four crops
of celery are raised in one season on the
land, but this is not literally tv*^\ Tito
farmers make four planting.-, which
maturo from July to Dee-ember, but
these can hardly bo calied four crops.
The fir** planting is made early, and as
this celery must be bleaclu 1 with
boards it is an inferior grade. The old
saving is that celery is not fit to eat
until after tho flr^t frost, nnd in a senso
this is true, but mo Iern conditions of
our markets demaud that celery shall bo
ready for use all the year round. The
(southern growers send it north early in
«nmtiKT, and since people will bay thia
vegetable out of season the Kalamazoo
growers begin to send their product to
tho cities much earlier than five years
t-go.
Tho question cf profit in celery grow
ing is a dispute-el one, anel, like straw
berry farming, thero aro stories current
of farmers making .$.''00 per acre, whilo
others claim that if they make $50 per
acre the y are doing well. At (Irecutown,
O., whero the large st celery farm under
tho control Gf one man is locatcd, tho
profits are said to average between $'.300
and $100 per acre. There arc nearly 100
acres planted with celery on that farm,
anel if these figures aro correct the own
er has every reasem to believe that farm
ing does pay. Like tho Kalamazoo cel
ery lands, tho foil at Greentown, O., ia
exceeelingly rich anel well adapteei to
tho eulturo of the celery plant. But
even so, cheap labor must be employed
to make tho farm pay anything liko
$300 eir $400 per acre. Here in Kalama
zoo tho growers believe that $100 and
$200 per aero is a gr#d profit, and n
man with ten acres of soil need not
guffer greatly with such an income. Six
years ago the samo land could have
made profits cf $400 per acre, but then
the growers were receiving just twico
as much for their celery as they are to
—Kalamazoo Cor. New York Post.,

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