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PUR TO FIGHT ROOSEVELl
Taft Republicans Meet at Mitchell
and Favor Vdtlng for Wood
row Wilton.
The Taft Republicans or South Da
kota declared at a mass convention
held at Mitchell that they will
light the Roosevelt faction in this
state by voting the Democratic ticket
at the November election. A half
dosen speakers, including Senator
Gamble, George W. Egan, George A.
Silsby, Judge Plowman, Chambers
Kellar and others, denounced the ac
tion of the Huron convention.
The resolutions adopted recognize
Burke and Martin for. congress,
G.
Abel for lieutenant governor, H.
W.
Anderson for state auditor and Frank
Glasner for secretary of state
as the only Republicans on the ticket
and it is to be left to the individual
voter whether he will support the rest
of the ticket.
The convention endorsed a resolu
tion ordering the national Republican
committee to remove Thomas Thorson
as national committeeman and recom
mending J. F. Halllday for the place.
A new state organization was ef
fected and the following" men were
named to look after the campaign:
J. C. Simmons, Aberdeen T. J. Span
gler, Mitchell T. B. Roberts, Pierre
R. 0 Richards, Huron, and J. F. Hal
llday, Iroquois.
Many Church Dignitaries Take Part in
Ceremdny at Sioux Fails.
Rev. George Biller, Jr., for three
y«nrs rector of Calvary cathedral at
Sioux Falls, was consecrated Episco
pal bishop of South Dakota. The
Services took place in the cathedral
at Sioux Falls, where gathered the
largest assemblage of distinguished
prelates ever seen there.
The consecrator was Bishop Tuttle
•f Missouri, the presiding bishop of
the church. He was assisted by Bishr
op Brewer 'of Montana and Bishop
Mann of North Dakota. The conse
cration sermon was preached by
Bishop Brooke of Oklahoma.
Other noted churchmen who assist
ed in the ceremony were Bishop Lines
of Newark, N. J. Dr. Frederick Foote
Johnson, bishop coadjutor of Missouri,
and Rev. P. M. Kerridge of New Lon
don, Conn.
B.
BILLER EPISCOPAL BISHOP
TRAINED NURSE FOR SCHOOLS
Pupila at Watertown Under Municipal
Care for Health.
Municipal care of the health of all
schoolchildren was put Into effect In
Watertown when every one of the
1,804 pupils in six public schools were
Inspected for physical or dental de
fects. Thirteen physicians and eleven
dentists Voluntarily offered their serv
ices for the work. School was sus
pended while the Inspection work was
In progress.
A record was made for each child
and parents will be Informed of the
results. A trained nurse has been
employed by the school board and she
will confer with parents with the ob
Ject in
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of remedying all ill
WILL APPEAL FROM PRISON
Wealthy Black Hills Men Begin Serv
ing One-Year Sentence.
7. R. K. Hewlett, Jbhn Fall and
David 'Fall, who were convicted in
the federal court .At Deadwood In con
nection with a wolf bounty scandal,
have been taken to a federal prison.
lYom that. Institution they will perfect
an appeal their case to the highest
court Al) three mea are wealthy and
well known In the Black Hills. They
Were sentenced to one year fn prison
and flne of $100 each. The flhes
ware paid.
To Vote On Asylum Bonds.
a aseetlng of the board of county
tommisaloners of Grant county a res
ftUtton waa adopted providing for the
Mtainto to vote at the November
•lection a proposition to issue bonds
Itt the sun of $6,006 to build and fur-
r__
A building for a county Insane
lam on the. Grant county popr
Another question to be subnet-
to a p^opoaltton to adopt the new
JpnlMasllft^ Caahlair Bentonooid.
-a special farm of court for
oouaty John Jellnek, former
hank at Am
flven :aii.: Indeterminate"
iof 4ve yeari In tlw^enlten
lea .of guilty to an embez-
Hat Waa Tecently diafi
account*
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ROBBED OF YEARS' SAVING
Bulgarian Homesteader Accuses Fel
low Countryman of Crime.
Matt Faragini, a Bulgarian home
steader of Perkins county, is under
arrest at Lemmon on a charge 6f hav
ing robbed a fellow countryman of
?450, the savings of year!? Accord
ing to the story of the complaining
witness he tad been toiling for years
to save enough money to enable him
to send to Bulgaria to have his fam
ily join him. The sum of $450 was re
quired and the other day he succeed
ed in getting together the last few
dollars.
Overjoyed he hastened to Lemmon
to procure a money order to send to
his wife. Meeting Faragini in a sa
loon he told him of his good fortune
and says Faragini asked to see- the
money on the ground that he could
help him get a money order. The
Bulgarian says he trusted the money
to Faragini and the latter failed to
return it. Faragini was arrested, but
denies the charge.
Four Seek $5,000 Prize.
Four Brown county farmers, so far,
have entered the competition for the
$5,000 prize offered by the Northwest
ern Development association for the
best exhibit of five bushels of wheat
at the land show in Minneapolis in No
vember. They are F. H. Barnard o£
Aberdeen, Edward Davis of Bath, Fred
Hanson of James and J. L. Fritz of
Bath. Possibly J. H. Regan of Aber
deen will also enter.
Plague In South Dakota.
Forage poisoning, which has 'caused
heavy mortality among the horses of
Kansas and Nebraska, was reported
prevalent in -South Dakota in advices
to the department of agriculture at
Washington. About 200 horses are af
fected in the southern uart of the state
and government experts will go to the
scene at once. More cases have been
reported in Kansas.
North Dakota Governor Coming.
Governor John Burke's itinerary for
the next month in the interests of the
national Democratic ticket will In
clude five Middle West states. The
governor will speak in South Dakota,
Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas and Nebras
ka. He will give his first address in
South Dakota Oct 4, remaining in the
state until Oct. 7, when he will go to
Minnesota.
jVf Jap Student at Huron.
The first Japanese girl to be admit
ted to a South Dakota college is Miss
Kunil, from Kobe, Japan, who has
been enrolled at Huron college. Miss
Kqnil speaks fairly good English, but
wjintB a thorough American college
education.
Dies in Dentist's Chair.
Ed Nugent died suddenly at Flan
dreau while having some teeth pulled.
He was under the influence of ether
and swallowed some blood, a portion
of it getting into his windpipe and
choking him.
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DISTORTED VIEWS OF LIFE
Minister Gives Reason for 6,000 Sui
cides Yearly.
Chicago, Sept. 23.—"There are six
thousand suicides in the United States
every year and every one of them
may be traced to distorted views of
life," said Rev. Edward A. Marshall
of the Moody Bible Institute in .a ser
mon preached at Christ Presbyterian
church.
"No person commits suicide the
first time he thinks of *it," said Dr.
Marshall. "They all shudder frem it
at first.
"Every suicide has the "wrong view
point and measures life by the wrong
standards, whether it be Count Nogi
committing the long honored harakiri
In Japan or the wretehed outcast wom
an who drinks poison in the brothel.
"The secret of escape from the mor
bid mental brooding over self-destruc
tlen is found only in the word of God."
WELL KNOWN MILLER DEAD
Charles Silverson Passes Away at
New Ulm, Minn.
Charles Silverson, one of the best
known milling men in the North
west, is .dead at New Ulm, Minn
He was sixty-two years old. He had
been ill with a complication of dis
eases for the last six months.
Mr. Silverson was mayor of New
Ulm for nearly four years and held
other city offices. He was president
of the Eagle Roller Mills company and
the Citizens' State bank of New Ulm
and of the Twin City Fire Insurance
Company of Minneapolis. He was a
thlrtyrsecoid degree Mason and a mem
ber of the Elks.
Mr. Silverson was born in Germany
and removed to New Ulm from Cin
einnati in 1886.
STARVES WAY FROM PRISON
ttfRng*tt« Who lnJur«cl John Red
mond RiltaM "on Llconto."
Dublin, S«pt. 22.—Mrs.:Mary Leigh,
the auffragette, was r*l«Med from
Mount Joy pr'lMik on aocdunt of Ml:
toalth, due to Hier refusal to oat and
baring to be fed forcibly.
Mrs. Leigh was sentenced Aug. to
Ove yeanf imprisonment on a charge
Of liavlng wounded* John Redmond
leader of the Irish parllastentary
party, with a hatchet which she threw
gt Premler ksqulth's carriage during:
rV vialt t* .Vtaililf&
Diet.
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'RIV. C, „-'J •'FF W!*
Nation*! Demteritic Ticket
For President,
Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey.
For Vice President
Thomas K. Marshall of Indiana.
CONGRESSIONAL
STATE
For Governor
Edwin S. Johnson of Yankton county.
For Lieutenant Governor
O. D. Anderson of Corsica.
For Treasurer
F. B. Gannon of Aberdeen.
For Secretary of State
N. F. Stewart of Selby.
For Attorney General
W. A. Lynch of Huron.
For Commissioner of School and Public Lands
George H. Smith.
For Superintendent of Public Instruction
:z'r''
L. M. Powers. •f-'"
For Railroad Commissioner
L. C. Campbell of Sioux Falls.
For Judge of Supreme Court
B. C. Mathews.
COUNTY
For State Senator, 24th District
CHAS. H. WARNECKE,
For Representative, 26th District
JOE PITLICK.
For Treasurer
J. L. EICHHOLTZ
For Auditor
T. J. HARTNF.TT.
"For Register of Deeds,
JEROME DU BOISE.
For Sheriff
E, M. QUINN.
For Clerk of Com Is
CHAS. H. PARMALF..
For Assessor
JOHN BIEWER.
For Commissioner, 5th District
PETER YOUNGBERG.
SOUTH DAKOTANS
"LET THE PEOPLE RULE"
In the interests of the state, vote
YES" for the proposed Party Pri
mary Law in November. It cleans up
the official spoils system* It makes
principles instead of persons the issue.
It provides heavy penalties for buying
votes. It gives you a popular vote on
party endorsement of Post Masters. It
makes for majority rule. It limits the
use of money by the candidates. It
gives the poor man a show. It provides
a conservative party recall. It estab
lishes representative and popular par
ty government. Don't fail to vote
YES." It will appear first on the
ballot. —Advertisement.
BLOCKADED
Every Household in Pierre Should
Know How to Resist it
If your back aches because the kid
neys are blockaded.
You should help the kidneys with
their work.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for weak kidneys.
Recommended by thousands—home
testimony proves their merit.
John Erikson, 289 Missouri Ave.,
Pierre, S. Dak., says: "I had kid
ney trouble for years and I am pleas
ed to say that of all the medicine 1
ever used, nothing equaled Doan's
Kidney Pillfc. A dull pain in the
small of my back clung to me con
stantly and 1 bad to get up half a
dozen times at night to pass the kid
ney secretions. I grew weak and al
most helpless, owing to pain and
stiffness in my back. A short time
ago I heard that Doan's Kidney Pills
were effecting cures in cases of that
kind and I WJS led to get a supply at
H. M.
Straight & Co.'s Drug Store.
They removed the pain and strength
ened my kidneys. I shall always give
Doan's Kidney Pi Us a word of praise."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Bemember the name—Doan's—take
no other—Advertisement.
State Veterinarian Hicks reports to
the governor's office that the horse
epidemic which secured a start in a
few of the southern counties of the
state baB been practically stopped by
the coming of colder weather, and
that no new cases have appeared for
several days. He also reports that
in several. case where horses have
been attached by the \diiease they
have been attacked by the disease
they have recovered under the treat
ment given them.
Examination Notice
The next regular Teachers' Exami
nationTor Primary, Second and Third
Grade Certificates, will be held
throughout the State on October 10
and Hi 1912. In Hughes County it
will be held at the .County Superin
teodent's Office at the Court House
in Pierre, beginning at Nine o'clock
each P****1"1 to*
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For United States Senator
Richard F. Pettigrew, of Minnehaha
For Member of congress—2nd District
C. Boyd Barrett of Brown county.
JTours respectfully,
Wazxms. XL GavooH.
Notice of Heartntf Admitting Foreign
Will td
15-6
Probate.
State of South Dakota, I fe
County of Hughes, In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Geo. W. Miller,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that by order of the un
dersigned, Judge of the County Court, in and for
Hughes county. State of South Dakota made on
23rd day of September, A. D. 1912, that Saturday,
the 12th day of October, A. D. 1912. at ten o'clock
A. H. at the office of said Court in the City of
Pierre, Hughes county. South Dakota, has been
fixed and appointed as the time and. place for
hearing the petition of J. J. Jackley, that the will
of Geo. W. Miller, deceased, heretofore proved,
allowed and admitted to probate in the County
Court of the County of Hughes, in the State of
South Dakota, be admitted to probate, and recor
ded in Uiis said County Court, and that Letters
of Administration, with will annexed, issue to J.
J. Jackley.
Witness my hand and seal of said County Court
(SEAL) .this 23rd day of September- A. D. 1912.
J. H. McCORD.
Dated August 15th, 1912.
State of South Dakota,
County of Minnehaha.
[iiYfrfjjTjiai
Judge of the County Court.
Attest Lew W. SANDYS,
Clerk of said County Court.
STATE OP SOUTH DAKOTA, In Circuit Court,
County of Hughes. Sixth Judicial Circuit
O, D. Warne, Plaintiff,
v8.
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For Auditor
John P. Croal of Sisseton.
I
Uriah Anderson* Lenora Anderson,
Martin Jacobson, Ethel Jacobson,
Millie M, Uhrig:, Ella B. Jeffries, E. R
Locke, George Keeler as executor of
the last Will and Testament of Wil
liam Stoddard, deceased Mrs. George
Hartson, Mrs. Clara Ells, Lucy P.
Cole, EmmaS, Holdgate, Eunice M»
Johnson. John P. Stoddard, Fred C.
Stoddard. Mary S. Baggs, Carrie S.
Gibbs, Rena S. Parmelee. Emma Mc
Grath, Jay Silsby, Frank Silsby.
Elizabeth Courtney, Mark Courtney.
Anna Courtney Bates, Fred Courtney,
George Hartson the unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, and the executor
and administrator, and the creditors
of the following deceased persons:
Ella Stoddard, William Stoddard, E.
R. Locke, and Stevens S. Clough also
all persons unknown who have or
claim to have any estate or interest in,
or lien or incumbrance upon the prem
ises described in the complaint,
"II
Defendants.
AMENDED SUMMONS ^:J
THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA SENDS
GREETING:
To The Above Named Defendants:
You, AND EACH OP YOU, are hereby summoned
and required to answer the amended complaint
of the plaintiff, which was filed in the office of
the Clerk of this County, at Pierre, in Hughes
County, South Dakota, on the 1st day of August,
A. D. 1912. and which prays for a judgment quiet
ing the title to and the determination of all ad
verse claims against the premises described in
the complaint, situate in said County, to-wit:
Lots 24 and 25 in Block 12, of the town, now city
of Pierre, as said lots are laid down and platted
upon a plat on file and of record in the office of
the "Register of Deeds of said Hughes County,
subdividing Blocks 12, 13 and 14 of thet Original
Plat of the town of Pierre and to serve a copy of
your answer to said complaint on the umlersigned
at their office in the National Bank of Commerce
Building, at Pierre, South Dokota. within thirty
days after the completed service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of such service
and if you fail to answer said complaint within
that time, the plaintiff will apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the complaint,
YfrIEi
SUTHERLAND & PA^.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Reuben G. Bush, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given, by the undersigned,
Corwin D. Mead, administrator of the estate of
Reuben G. Bush, deceased, to the creditors of and
all persons having claims against the said de
ceased. to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers within four months after the first pub
lication of this notice, to the said administrator,
ot)iis office in the City of Pierre, in the County of
Hughes state of South Dakota.
Dated August 31. 1912.
CORWIN D. MEAD.
Administrator of the estate cf Reuben G. Hush,
deceased, 18-4
Notice to Owner of Land Before Tax
Deed Shall Issue
To Jeremiah E. Grippen, the record owner and
party in possession
You are hereby notified that on the 8th day of
November. A. D. 1909, the following described
piece or parcel of real estate, taxed in the name
of J, E. Grippen and situated in the County of
Hughes, State of South Dakota, as follows: Lot
number Six in block number One Hundred and
Four in Wells Second Addition to the City of
Pierre, was sold for taxes then due and delinquent
for the year 1908, at tax ?ale by the Treasurer of
said County to C. D, Mead, who is now the lawful
holder of the certificate of purchase, 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.
C. D. MEAD,
Owner of Certificate.
In Circuit Court.
Second Judicial Cir
cuit.
State Bank of Winfred. a Corporation,'!
Plaintiff, a
vs. I
D. J. Wells, Defendant.
Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue
of an execution issued out of and under the seal
of the circuit court in and for the County of Min
nehaha, and state of South Dakota, upon a judg
ment rendered in said circuit court of Minnehaha
County, South Dakota, on the 2nd day of January,
A, D. 1912, and which judgment was duly filed
and docketed in the office of the Clerk of said
Court on the 10th day of January, A. D. 1912,
which judgment was in favor of the plaintiff and
against the above named defendant and is in the
sum of One Tousand Four Hundred Twenty-Six
and Seventy One-Hundredths Dollars ($1426.70)
and of which docket entry in said Clerk's office a
transcript in due form and properly certified was
taken, and thereafter on the 13th day of January.
A. D. 1912, duly filed and docketed in the office of
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hughes County,
South Dakota, and which execution was duly
issued by the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Minne
haha County, South Dakota, on said judgment on
the 5th day of September. A. D. 1912, and which
execution was directed and delivered to me
as Sheriff in and for said County of Hughes,
South Dakota, and under and by virtue
of said execution I have levied upon all the right,
title and interest of the said defendant, D, J.
Wells, in and to the following described real
property, to'wit: The South west quarter (swH)
of Section One (1) Township One Hundred Ten
(110), Range Seventy-Six (76), Hughes County,
South Dakota.
Notice is hereby given, that I, the undersigned,
as Sheriff aforesaid, will sell the above described
real property to the highest bidder, for cash, at
public auction, at the front door of the Court
House, in the City of Pierre, in the County of
Hughes, State of South Dakota, on Tuesday, the
15th day of October, A. D. 1912, at the hour of 10
o'clock A. M. of that day. to satisfy the said ex
ecution together with interest, cost and accrued
cost thereon.
Dated at Pierre, South Dakota, this 9th day of
September, A. D. 1012.
J. W. LAUGH LIN,
Sheriff, Hughes County, S, Dak.
C. A. Christopherson, Sioux Falls, S. Dak,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Notice of Probate of Estate of Non
Resident,
State of South Dakota, I In County Court.
County of Hushes.
In the matter of the estate of Bernard Eokholt,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that Zell Guthrie has
filed in this Court a petition setting forth that
Bernard Eckholt. the said decedent, has been
dead more than one year and left estate in the
County of Hughes, State of South Dakota, not
exceeding in value the sum of $10,004, and that
the estate of Bernard Echolt was duly probated
and final distribution thereof made in the County
Court of Platte county. Nebraska, and with said
petition has filed certified copies of the petition, or
der of appointment of executor, inventory and fin
,al decree of distribution of estate therein, of said
County Court of Platte county, and prays that the
regular probate of said estate be dispensed with in
this State, and that said certified copies be admit
ted of record in this court as of the same force
and effect as original proceedings in this Court,
as provided by Uw, and that this Court make an
order distributing, the property of the estate sit
uated in the State of Smith Dakota to the persons
entitled by law thereto as shown by said probate
dings had in said Platte county, and that
the 18th day of October, 1912, at the couH
proceedings had in said Platte county, and that
Friday the 18th day of October, 1912, at the couH
room of this court in the City of Pierre. Hughes
county. S. D„ at 10 o'clock A. M., have been ap
pointed as the time and place for hearing said
petition, whan and when any person interested
insaid wtate. and any creditor of said estate,
and object to. the granting of said
ptember 85th. 1M2.
Pierre Foundry
COPYRIGHT.
A.P.*-E-.C9
No Vacation.
E. H. WEBBER
ARTIST
PHOTOGRAPHER
Graduate ol the American School of
Art and Photography.
S 3 2 3 I'lorrc
C. W. HUMPHREY
ATTOIiNKY AX LAW
flgys.:
Practice before all courts. Special at
tention given to collections, and land
oflice matters.
PfKKRE. S(t. DtK.
US DR. W. C. HULL.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
All dtseasus of domestic animalo successful
re at In ii a
cured where a cure can be effected.
s.
John Sutherland" Byron S. Payne
SUTHERLAND & PAYNE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office rooms on second floor of National Bank
of Commerce building.
Pierre. South Dakota.
NEW
NOT
SOLD
N E
ANY
OTHER
NAME.
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By theCoart:
1 (mud JOHN H. McCORD,
Attest County Judge.
Law W. aaMDTS. CM at Gouta.
,lhn&IL
If
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Best Equipped Foundry in the State
I repair engines and separators, make any' part of any
machine or vehicle, and promptly make anything- in the
line of new work needed or required.
F. W. EDSOIN, Proprietor,
Pierre Business University
PIERRE, SO. DAK.
D.Q/JORDAN
LAND DEALER
Twenty years experience in huue
steads, final proofs, protests and con
tests, enables me to carefully present all
cases before United Slates land oflice.
O on
THE
SEWING
A IN E
OF
QUALITY.
WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME.
If you purchase tlie N K\V HOME you vrlll
have a life asset ut the price you pay, and will
not have an endless chain of repairs.
Quality
Considered
it is the
Cheapest
in the end
to buy.
you want a sewing* mnchiuc write
oar latest catalogue before yo purchase*
for
lis Near Home Sewing. Mm Co* Orange, Nasi
Peoples Meat Market
Savory Attractions
always go with our meats, and that ap
petizing odor of a nicely broiled steak
is not an unusual experience of those
who receive their cuts from Jaynes'
meat market. It is thus because the
meat is perfectly fresh, taken from sel
ected well fed stock. Its taste is just
as appetizing as its smell, and its ten
derness!, freshness and healthfulness is
guaranteed. Eat chickens, thev aro.
cheap.
G. H. JAYNES
PEOPLES MARKET PIERRE
DON'T MAKE A MOVE
towards buying a house, lot or towards
building plot of any kind until you
have consulted with us. Foresight is
better than hind sight and regrets by
long odds and you will have no reason
to say "it might have been" if you let
us show you the choice investment
property, building plots or attractive
homes that we will ell vou on easy
terms and at prices that will be sure to
advance quickly.
LUCAS REALTY CO.
Buys a Residence Lot or a Busi
ness Lot in
I
PIERRli. SO. DAK
After 8cfioof What?
Why not learn Shorthand -y
or Bookkeeping
ENTER ANY TIME
Call or write
$1.00 DOWN $1.00 WEEK
a
One Dollar Down©
^One Dollar Week I
O
Aqueduct City Tract
«D A
NO INTEREST—NO TAXES
A syndicate has recently pur
chased a large tract of land which
has been platted into business and
•^3 residence lots, and is known
known as the "AQUEDUCT CITY
TRACT," and is located on the
main lines of the Southern Pacific O
and Santa i"e Railroad, and not 2
5^ far from the -Nevada and Califor
nia Railroad, in Kern county, 150-S
miles north of Los Angeles, and^j
only 64 miles from Bakersfield the
metropolis of the great oil fields
of the United States, and the new
Aqueduct which is to bring an Jj*
abundant supply water and power 2L
to Los Angeles and vicinity and
on which the City of Los Anyoles
is expending about $24,050,000,
passes close to the Tract.
If you do not wish to purchase
a lot for occupancy it will be a
fine opportunity for an
INVESTMENT .M
The choice of the residence lots
range from $25.00 to $60.00 and of
r4 the business lots from $100.00 to
$200.00 and up according to loca
p-tion.
5 It is preferable that investors
3 select their own lots in person,
but as in manv cases this is
im.
but as in many cases this is im-'
practicable, and as there is but
little choice aside from distance
from the business portion, we will ft*
make a choice selection for you
subject to your right to exchange
this lot within one year for any
other lot of the same price, not
sold.
TERMS
Make a choice as to wliat pric-
ed lot you wish to purchase, $25.00
$60.00, $100.00 or $200.00, and
§,send in your $1.00 down on each
lot and a coctract of purchase will
be sent.you and you can pay $1.00 3
~a week or $4.00 a month if you".
j£ prefer, and when one-half of
A discount of 10 per cent will
be given you for all cash down,
Now is the time to invest.
We want a good live agent. Big
Cash Commission.
Jj Make all checks and money
ft ders payable to
r-
the yS
purchase price of any lot has been
paid we will give you a Deed and
Certificate of Title from the Ab
stract Company showing the title
free and clear, and we will take
your agreement to pay the bal
ance due. iff-:
Aqueduct City Land
Syndicate
Incorporated. .v.,
127 SoutK Broadway
Los Angeles," California
$1.00 DOWN $1.00 WEEK FT
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