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ifc 44 Bu. to the Acre Ib hfnvjr jioM. hut thud's what John K« ui.i"5y of Edmonton. Alberta. Western CVnnilu, got 'ri.ru ucrCH of Spring Whoutin Iflltj. Ri-nr-.ri# from oth ^district* lu that trovinc«' tiuowt'ii otbor ex cvilont reHUitu—wuch uh 4 bushels of wlx-ut from I iK-ren, or bunti'-!* I ior aero. 25, HIH! Inmhel 1 I wcrt n» uicrcutt. Ah jiltfb .in KJ huaboln of ouln to th-a.n wt-ro thr«-phed froui Alt-orUi fluids. The Silver Cup I I ll I' tit !. |«rnns'«« ati.l vtyrlnlib h--, -rt llf-ut fur i'JJ' from .Sufkat'li-'Wun miri iluiui••••• in NNorilrro Oniiii'l'i. N*«' LIONICF OF I 'LO A.'!"«•» ninl iiiljoliiliti 1111111 in- nl 1 »0 /II'I'I'K HI $.J P.-1 ,. I.. tun) lu the cholc-«f )l-(tb School* coti vcnlc I, Hn.it excellent. -oil the »«-r ii. mltwnj* l««cal limnl. bulbllim 1II III ITER IHM»J», furl IIIMI I ri-dnoiiii fu |irli -, t\ n»H i»riM'iiri'fl, ml f.u in.HK MIRII'HH. I" Its to u-ht |I)|| W r? merit, ]I*.V RUILV*.-. 11 lux? ru(.. W.-t" I -''[it „t. Hint nth' HifirriiM i-tt.. nui-.^rui inn. ,. llio Ciiuii'li.iu ori.ujvijt .4.gi .' Dr. M. Watson DENTIST Mellette Block Phone Main 2. H. J. Bartron, M. D. Siirj»vnn in Cliiirm' Watertown Sanitarium Offic and r. .-i..|--ij. r, I'Jmn. W 1 I)H. W. 0. MAOtfc I'livwu ian .MIL SIIIJL*I'O!I Olti^e HIMI Kir- Hik. i'hdu^ Main limn H'to l:.'n m: J. 4 and 7 to *.'«) n.. IHaRK W. SHtAFfc, Jr. Attorney and Counselor ill Law Stati-V Alt'irncy CiKhn^tun Co. KOOUJS 1 NIUL 2 Mfllrtte Block. I W«te.rtiwn youth DRkot* CASE & 8HURTLEFF Attorneys and Counselors Watertown, 8. D. Practice In .All Court* BRICKELL CONSTRUCTION CO. Architects Contractors, Builders Plans anil i'-stiinates Funiishoil. Ileal Estate Bought and Sold. Oflice and Shops 114 First Ave. S. \V. Phone Oreeti 83. FRANK BENNETT BaggRRo and Dray Line Piano antl Safe Moving. Excavating 123 N. Maple. Phone Main 270 F. A. BUSS Expert Piano.Tuner aucl Repairer All Work Guaranteed. Terms Rea sonable. Ainsworth MUFIC Store Phone red 99 For Transfer and Dray Work Try L. 8. DEM'NI Pla.io Moving a Specialty 11S No. Maple. Phone Mam 8U7 J. Wm. DIETZ Upholstering, Awnings, Tenia Hair and Moss Mattresses made order and renovated. FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP 119 1st Av. S. E. opposite Main House Cleaning Time is Here. We do all kinds of B-T ED trance to Court House. You will want to brighten up those rooms, or the house and make them PAINTING AND DECORATING S h. w. smith, 915 First Ave. 8. E. FOR 1SALE Lots of all descriptions and in nearly all parts of city, for sale cheap it bought be fore July 1st.: Also houses from $900 lo $15,000 for sale during this time. I. A. Hanten LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS' Notice Before Issuance of Tax Deed. oi lit tin- r- '•••tit S j. 11 ,, t. .• Fni/ Hni uwjir u-l !.• Alb^riri (imiTii'!)"'!' 1 1 )es rip* ion ui I'rnj^riy: Lot in [il./ck 7 of Hire Hioy. Addition to the I I W a fodiiiL'ton Couti'y an^ Stati- of South bakot.i ,i,Win- 111 1 m• rc-op.l'-d ,|,n -!M :i ill, 'o 1.. •i -i'i'i I'o.lin^' -"ii 'if said i!i.• ]i: in ii.- titles abovo i:• 11 ii !!•":. ih it tin' uiiilcrsiiinpd, Wil lliiin ii Ccsliy. is hy assignment lo him oi 'hi- ci-i'i ilira ii*k of said salos, ill.' lef-'al owner and holder thereof, and of the lien of said subsequent taxes, and is now in possession of said lot, ami that the right of redemption fioni said sales will expire and a tax deed of said lot may he made within or at the expiration of sixty days from the date upon which service of this notice shall lie completed as provided by law. Dated at Watertown, South Dakota, itl is l!lst day of June A. D. 1911. William O. Gesley. 1-G Notice Before Issuance of Tax Deed. Description of property: Lots No. 23, 24, 2&, 26. 27, 2S. 29, 3U, 31. 32, 33 and 34 In Block 4 of Gesley's Second Vddltion to the town (now city) of Watertown, in Codington County, and State of South Dakota, according to tiie recorded plat thereof. Notice is hereby given to the follow ing named person, to-wit: To Louisa Miles, owner of record of said lots 23, 2*. 25, 2fi, 27, 2R, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, and 34 In Bit id Block 4 and person in whose name said lots are taxed. That there being no bidders for all oi any of the lots above described, at the public sale for taxes, held upon the dates hereinafter mentioned, said lots were sold to Codington County, South Dakota as follows, to-wit: On Novem ber 29, 1893, for the taxes for the year 1892 on November 4, 1895, for the tuxes of the year 1893 on November 1S95, for the taexs for the year l!94 on November 2, 1896, for the taxes for the year 1895 on November 1, 1897, for the taxes for the year 1890 on November 7, 1898, for the tax ec for the year of 1897 on November f, 1899, for the taxes for the year 189S on November 5, 1900, for the taxes for the year 1899 and on November 4, 1901 for the taxes for the year 1900 that, by reason of the non-pay ment, by any person, of th3 taxes upon said lots for the years 1901 to 1909 inclusive, said Codington County 'acquired the lien of skid taxes as sub sequent taxes to the sales above men tioned that the undersigned, William G. Gesley, is by assignment to him cf the certificates of said sales, the legal owner and holder thereof, and ot the lien of said subsequent taxes, and is now in possession of said lots, pnd that the right of redemption from said sales will expire and a tax deed of said lots may be made, within or at the expiration of sixty days from the date upon which service of this notice shall be completed, as provid ed by law. Dated, at Watertown, South Dakota, thlB twentieth day of June A. D. 1911. William G. Gesley. 1-6 Ws NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that th.i board cf county commissioners will receive sealed bids up to 10 o'clock o. in., July 11th, 1911, for the construc tion of bridges for the balance of year ending Marc&.lst, 1912. To be built Wii!rrtown, So. Dak. 51-3 To M- I'.' i» •1 1 it: I aw THE SATURDAY NEWS, WATERTOWN, SOUTH DAKOTA as per plans and speeiiications on file Notice to Owner of Land Before Tax 'at the office of the county auditor. Deed Shall Issue. The right to reject any and ail bids To \V. I). Totter o'»vn»»r of ivcord is reserved by '.he board. You are hereby notified that on I)ated this 7th day of June, 1911, at tix*• liith lay of November A. 1) r.Mte, the following described piee J. C. Miller, parcel of R.'yl Kstat»\ taxed in t!ie 1 4 7. 1s:. 1 and in S.-. uiid Addition I• I War.- OA III'! Notice to Owner of Land Before Tax date, must be paid, and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be made wtihin sixty days from the completed service this notice. L. J. CLOYES, Owner and Holder of Certificate. 2-4 Notice to Owner of Land Before Tax Deed Shall Issue. To Elnora Beltz owner of record. You are hereby notified that on the 12th and 13th day of November A. D. 1905 and 1900, the following de scribed piece or parcel of Real Es tate, taxed in the name of Elnora Beltz and situated in the County of Codington, State of South Dakota, as follows Lots 19, 20, 21 and 22 Bloclt 2, American Land .Co. Addition to County Auditor. of American Land Co. and \V. j, 11j| siuiiif'd in the County Notice Before Issuance o? Tax Deed, .ii «'(niin^'na. Sia'«- ui So'iili 1'akuta. IP' :OJS Ti'ip'-rty: I.o's 11. J'o|]i)''. s. L«,' '.l ta\e! ia tin-* •To I. "I I W.ir -i 'mi'! )11i metit. "I 1 a \"S upon said 1 ''"l to 1 'it'O inclu- 'oi!! :n"i County nciiuired -II oi .':d 'axes as subsequent ^alcs above mentioned that iie Mail'.'isigned, William G. Gesley, !iy assignment to him of the eer ta-.ites of stiiu sales, the legal own "i and holder thereof, and of the lien i-1 said subsequent taxes, and is now in possession of said lots, and that the right of redemption from said sales will expire and a tax deed of said lots may be made, within or at the expiration of sixty days from the date upon which service of this no-j penalty a 1 \V. [1. I 101 Not to O.vner of Land Before Tax Deed Shall Issue, in A Hoirv owner of record Y' 1 .111' heit'by notified that on the Tth day of November A. D. 19u4, the iw ing described piece or parcel i.t Keal Kstate. taxed in the name of I-'. A. Berry and situated in the County of Codington, State of Soutn Dakota, as follows: Out Lot 1 of Lot !. Sec. or Lot 14 Town or Block 119 Itiinge 51, were sold for taxes then (hie and delinquent for the year 1903, at tax sale by the Treasurer of said County to Codington County and was hy said purchaser duly assigned to J. Cloyes who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase. That said taxes then due and delin quent amounted to $1.25 and that subsequent taxes to the amount of $4.87 have been paid, with interest lnc] tice shall be completed, as provided ing total amount necessary to re- costs accrued, $4.30, mak- deem $10.32 and in addition thereto, bated at Watertown, South Dako- the cost of service of this notice, to la this 20th day of June A. D. 1911. gcther with such interest as may ae William G. Ges!?y. jeme after this date, must be paid, 1-6 and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land be within sixt (la's Deed Shall Issue. (completed service of this notice. L. J. Cloves, Owner and Holder of Certificate. 2-4 To Thomas Kiley owner of record, You are hereby notified (hat on the twelfth (12) day of November A. I). 190(1, the following described piece or parcel of Keal Estate, taxed in the name of Thomas Kiley and situated in the County of Codington, State of South Dakota, as follows: South 125 ft. of Lot 13 Blo 1 Uleins Addition to Henry, S. D„ were sold for taxes then due and delinquent for the year 1905, n. tax sale by the Treasurer of said County to L. J. Cloyeb who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of pur chase. That said taxes then due and delinquent amounted to $2.45 and and that subsequent taxes to the amount of $4.49 have been paid, with interest, penalty and costs accrued, Chas. Little of Pasadena, Calif., Three 72-100 ($3.72), making total was renewing old acquaintances in amount necessary to redeem $10.08 Watertown the last of the week, and in addition thereto, the cost of service of this notice, together witn such Interest as may aoerue after this from th? LOCAL NEWS I H. V. Peterson of the M. & Ry. was in Watertown last I day. St. L. Thurs- Mrs. D. F. Jones is home irom Wis conisn where she was called by (he death of a relative. Mus. Eva Whiting returned to Yankton the last of the week after several days' visit in town. J. L. Pratt, editor of the Elkton pa per, was in tow-n over Sunday visiting his son Jesse Pratt and also attend ing to business matters. Mrs. Kehoe, wife of Watertown's first baseman, Kehoe, together with her little daughter, has returned to Minneapolis after a visit with the husband and father in Watertown. J. W. Carroll closed a successful term of school in the C. A. White district near Florence last Friday and is in Watertown for a time stop ping with friends. Carl Johnson, a brother-in-law will have charge of Atty. McFarland's of fflce and practice during his absence. Mr. Johnson is a former Watertown boy and has just graduated from a law course at Yale University. M. R. Baskerville and J. F. McFar laiid of Watertown were in town on Ihursdny on business. They wore a niong the Elks who made the recent South Shore, S. D., were sold for tax es then due and delinquent for the visit of the Watertown delegation to year 1904, at tax sale by the Treas urer of said County to L. J. Cloyes, who is now the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase. That- said taxes then due and delinquent amount ed to $4.20 for the year 1906, $4.12 for the year 1906, and that subsequent taxes to the amount o£ $2.56 have been paid with interest, penalty and costs accrued, $5.88, making total amount necessary to redeem $17.76 and in addition thereto, the cost of service of this notice, together with such Interest as: may accrue after this date, must be paid, and that the right of redemption will expire and a deed 'for said land be made within sixty days from the completed service of this notice. ,. 2-4 L. J. Cloyfts, Owner and holder of Certificates, XV the state convention in this citv so memorable an event, and so big a success.—Aberdeen News. Miss Clara Johnson went to Water town Saturday evening to spend Sun day with her parents.. .Miss Rowe of Watertown, visited a few days the past week at the home of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Keith... Mrs. Jesse Farrankop and Miss Letts Dewing returned home Saturday mom iig from Watertown, where they spent the week. .lrs. Winegar came down from Watert&wn Monday for a visit with her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Allison... W. H. Deeth went to Watertown Monday evening to spend a few days.. .Misses Pearl Tyson and Laura Winegar went to Watertown Saturday evening and visited over Sunday.—Brookings Register.. mm ImamiM Wins A§* XThe racc for popular favor has E be superior quality by 9 Beer "Leads Them All" Theo. Hamm Brewing Co St. Paul, Minn A. REICHERTT, Local Agent Watertown, S. D. Phone Main 245 It's a Question-Will You Answer? Do you [save in cash or labor or worry bv having the washing done at home? Do you feel better, richer, or cleanet We [want you to know what we offer in advan tage to the housekeeper, the payer of the bills and the clothes themselves. Just send the week's washing to us. We will wash it all, starch the clothes that need it, dry them all, and Iron all the ('.at pieces. Tnis way saves you all the work of washing, all the bother of drying the clothe* and starching them—and ssves you the hardest, most tiresome part of the ironing. Wouldn't you like to have your Washing done In thla way, at a coit of only S cent* per pound? Star Laundry Co. I'HONE JO W. A, Gramke Carriage and Auto FAINTER Office Over Moe's Blacksmith Shop 1st Avenue N. W. Watertown, S. D. Do it Now! Better brighten up those rooms a little—or paint the house. Come in atid look our stock over. We have the largest stock, and the best assortments of wall paper in Watertown. We do all kinds of paint ing and decorating. A full stock of painter's and paper hanger's supplies. WATERTOWN DECORATING C0./€ A. Vincent & Co. jroley^BIock, E. Kemp Ave. jpaoKs.