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The Mellette County pioneer. [volume] (Wood, Mellette County, S.D.) 19??-1971, November 08, 1912, Image 8

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THE PIONEER
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In hcrviy given that on December 21,
I»l2.the folio b< denerihpil Indemnity *c o
land will be offered for sale, at White River,
the County "CM nf Mellette County. Viz; The
Nam of section r. T 4iN.. IL »\V..CthF M
The land will be offered at pulle auction
betavcen the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 5
o'Uo.h V. M. at the court house in said
cusmlyt The min raum price at which it
ran be sold i* $20.00 per acre.
Dated at Fierro. S. D.. October Hth. mil
;«.y F. F. BUNKER.
Commissioner of School au<! Public Lands.
Arayin&and
Freighting
THE MELLETTE COUNTY PIONEER
Pul Ibhed By FRED C. KIRCH
SI 60
bUMcaiPTIOM,
Entered m second cla* mall matter at
Wool. s. D. March n. under act of
March 3. ir».
1 LOCAL ITEMS i
■ ( As tak'-n from another* rip. k
1 And jotted down upon a slip: j
■ t And if 'ome>>< e I led u> as. /
r I Pka e ehunALb vacc when you cus. F
JuM keep pa smiling. 1
Iljor*«owot • ww» ifcjin .end it
Io tbe f lorfxEit,
I b. l f* the ‘“’V ~p
♦>*»•*l |u same old w<ty.
were viaited by a nice gentle
nliQwer, Monday night about 11:30.
?iow lets sHtle down to buainwia
«nd bo<wt for a bigger and better town.
W. H. Tacket and Win. BaAer of
were visitors here Sunday.
If you eaa a born" attend H e
band meeting tonight kt the "Wood
.Wonder Why we cfe’t induce amne
W xxl di tig .i*t to open a drug store
Certainly a good rpening f rl
womr one in n good growiotr town. |
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Notice of School Land Sale.
OFFICEHJNR DOOR NORTH
OF SHAW’S LIVERY BARN
JOHN ATKINS
Everything passed off very quietly
on election day. No disturbance
whatever.
A. K. Wood, and Mr. Collins
011 i* t trip i > »V. llif th ♦ »iay aft« r
elvctfoo.
H. C. Hartsou who has been visit
ing with friends in N< biaska r« tarn <i
here in time to «•♦»*.
“Wbai is rar* r than a day in June”
neks the poet. Uell, election day in
South Dakota, we should say.
I have for sale some good oak and
ash native posts at 15c each.
24 tf. A. K. Woo©.
Tbauksgiying cum son »5*2815 of
this month. Have you got a turk- y
spotted for tki>- festiv board on that
date?
. Gltn RowhatMerof Westover was
h« re last Saturday and helped furni-b
the music for the danr at A'ider-mn’o
ra te’’. .
The cattle piym-qt t > th* In In «s
<a« made h re Wednesday. an 1 tie
town is full of Ind aus as a cm ae
quence.
John M> Graw before b-nving ve«
t -rday disposed of the half interest in
•he lot he and Mr. Miller owned, to
Trank Brown.
Quite a numb rof Indians b gan
drifting in h r* the f T*■ part of the
week and bsve pitch* d tbMtr t» nts‘ aR
•around th** town,
Have added *Wal t»e* names to
our sub<crtrdlon list thia week and
we have room for wrrml more. So
jwA kwpi Mattn’.
sihtpa Atb'rt\ev R. V. Fletcher whs
over fr6m?Whita River. Mondav sbak
ing hands with nur voters. He wa* a
pleasant caller at thia office.
Mrs. Ro»lie Cerncy of Dallas a><d
her two daughters arrived hen* Sun
day with their hou- bold eff ot- and
gre no* comfortably locate I on their
|bonw*Frd twn mil— r*annHi west of
town. • &» ■'
Mr.Nnwlwboh located ou the
south west quarter of Sec. 7, 40, 26 is
busy building a house and barn, on
his farm thia week prqmrntory to
moving in.
The young folks of thia vicinity en
joyed a social dance at the Henry An
derson ranch three miles eaat of town
laat Saturday night. All present re
port it having been a very pleaaant
affair.
All people who are interested in a
band should not fail to attend the
meeting at the Wood Hardware thia
(Friday) evening. We need a good
band, we can have a good baud by
united effort, so why not have a bund.
Attorneys J. L. Honm tt of Winner,
and W. J Hooper of Greogery were
here Saturday and went over to White
River with the Wood delegation, to
look after our interests in the injune*
lion p roots dings that came up tor a
bearing on that date.
Jack McGraw returned to Wood,
last Saturday from a three months
sojouru with relatives and friends in
Nebraska. Jack is a pretty jo I ley
Irishman and his many friends in
Wood were mighty glad to see hia
smiling face once more.
David Hatteulaich who has been
her- for the past week or »o building
a home on his quarter north east, of
here left Wednesday for Sioux City.
Mr. Hatt< übach is traveling in the in
t-rest of the New York Life, but from
now on his permanent home is in Mel
lette county.
The final result was rather a disa
poiutment tc our people. but we
should take comfort in the thought
that therein nothing so bad but whut
it might have l>ren worse. So cheer
up, and lets join bands in boosting
our town, and make it the best in the
county.
We want to congratulate A. K.
Wood of thin place, who was unani*
mou*ly elected to the office of County
Commissioner from this District- at
I’uesdnys election. From our short
acquaintance with the gentleman we
feel perfectly safe in saying that he
will make good.
The Indians who were encamped a*
round town enjoyed an Omaha dance
in the rooming house building on elec*
lion night. They seemed to have a
good time, and many whites cn the
outside also enjoyed this affair as it
was the first tim»* they had ever seen
a real Indian dance.
George Scbanbacber who has a
goud homestead eight miles south
west of hire was iu town Saturday
auO took out the mateiial to build a
good baru on his homestead. George
is getting some very sulmtautial im
provements on his farm and expects
to stay right there.
The Jou ng people enjoyed a social
lance mi ihe Fairview Hotel iu this
city election uighi. Cake, sandwiches
aud coff-jv were nerved about mid
uight to all pres<ut. It was a very
enjoyable affair and everybody eet-m
--e4 lu have a goa l time until the wee
small Lours ol tuormug.
Th Stars and Strip s were at bvlf
mast Sunday iu memory of James
Sc molrraft Sberman, vice President
of iDe United S ates, who died at bis
h »me i « Utica, New York, al 9:42 o’-
cl m*k on the evening ot October 30ih,
]JI2 iu bis death the nation lost
o »e of its most illustrious citizens.
John Sherwood of southwestern
I iwa who has beeu here looking over
our county with a view to locating
left i uenday eight lor bis home. He
was very favorably impressed with
thia part of Mallette county aud he
expects to roturn in the very near fu
ture, when he will probably locate
here permanently.
N»v that ehetion is over we can all
devote uur lime aud energies to mak
n g ttood a b<gger an I better town.
he seeming iu->b of ibe permanent
county seat at ibis time should not de
ter this town from forging to the
front. We have the surrounding coun
try, and iu the end this is really wbat
keep up a good town.
F. P. Garin who has a Coo home-
Hlend four miles *outh east of here
left Wednesday lor Kansas City, Kan
wbtru be will spend the winter.
He will return next spring in time to
put out a crop on bis farm. He rais
ed some mighty fine potatoes and corn
on bis farm the past season, notwith
standing that it was quite late when
begot bin* plan ting done.
Henry H unt got into the Little Bad
Lands Saturday., on bis way home
from WhVe River, when the key in*
th* main drive abaft of bis auto broke
and left him and his load high and
dry. Fortonalely A. K. Wood soon
boo* wight with bis auto and gave
**lcm aid** to the stranded party by
brmging'tbem on into town. Henry
went and got bis oar the nest dav.
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maay.
Horsoheeing. General Black*
smithing and Wood
Week
Satisfaction Guaranteed and
Prises Right
■ HfI’JER, PW
GEO WOIR
CONTRACTOR
t Before J
? building let me J
t give you my figures r
I* and save you money. I refer J
X you to any business man in +
J Wood as to my ability and t
i ask that you inspect the ♦
X best buildings in town J
X which I have ’
J. built. |
[flßNfSl’B SftNIIfIRY PLACE
Is Headquarters For
GOOD CLEAN SHAVE
A STYLISH HAIR CUT
A Message’or a Shampo.
Razors Always Shap!
Towles Always Clean!
A PLEASED CUSTOMER MY NOBBY
Next to P. 0. on Main Street
Wood - S. D.
PAINTING 8 HIIIW
Sign Painting
A Specialty ••
Pl a’Ge_& Brady
W. H. GILLETT
Plastering
and Cement
Work
Will Contract for any Sized Job and
Guarantee My Work.
Wood
Townsite
AND
Land Co.
Promoters of the town of Wood ONLY.. If
you want to locate in the best town in the best
part of Mellette Co., come and see us. We»
want good live business men and will proven it
by our liberal and fair treatment
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IHIN
Livery & Feed Barn
ALSO
WOOD-CARTER STAGE and MAIL LINE
DALLAS SHAW. Proprietor
i HARDWARE fl
AND |
’ IMPLEMENTS I
i . We have been in busineas in Carter II
% for two yean and a half and suppli f
Oed the ItomeaCeaders of Tripp county H
i and can supply you from our Wood II
•tore with the tame goods at the- I
1 tame prices. |
* GMkeson <St /Wilier j
TRY LARMER’S
V r , T.<VfW-■’J
THE MONARCH POOL HALL
and caferette
We bate four new tables and furnishings throughout.
a full line of soft drinks and oigara* Our short orders, with
a io<ular dinner each day, will be erf the best
clean and palatable.
We Solicit a Share of Your Patronage
W. M. BECKER, - Proprietor
THE HOME HOTEL....
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Everything New. Koornee Elegantly Furnished, (hi and
trie Lights.. Everything Strictly Modern. The Home Hotel will be »
Home for mnny during the Land Kush. Plan tu Make it Your Sloppy
Placc.while in
BAR IN CONNECTION
Gund’s Peerless Always On Tap
I. T. STONE, Prop.
Carter, - - - S. D.
LIVERY, FEED BARN
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CARTER, S.D.
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