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1^ \t 1 LOCAL NEWS Wjn. Hess was in from Philip Sat urday. Forrest Eager returned Tuesday from Vermillion. Miss Louise Clow returned Friday a visit at Hurley. •. Geo. E. Hammond of Mitchell, was in the city Friday. L. G. Campbell of Sioux Falls, was in the city Tuesday. -j Miss Evelyn Parry is visiting friends at Aberdeen. Mrs. Geo. McArdie has returned from a visit at Selby. H. M. Wood of Rapid City was a Pierre visitor Saturday. K. V'. Whitiwer of Tilden, Neb., was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Eva Gold returned to her home at Big Stone Friday. O. P. Huney was in from Rapid Citv the first of the week. The state live stock sanitary board held a meeting here yesterday. Miss Anna Hollister spent Sunday with bomefolks at Woonsocket. The citv schools were dismissed Tuesday for the Bryan speech. Frank Rozelle was in tjie city from Vinton the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilier of Tip ton, la., were in the city Friday. Mrs. John Vaniermeer returned Friday from a visit at LeMars, la. Miss Albertiua Philip of Kansas City, is a guest at the Philip home. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Gregg of Blunt have rented the Ed. Phares house. Mrs. Alfred Ericson is visiting rela tives at Redfield and other points. John L. Kiser of Ottumwa, attend ed the Bryan speech here Tuesday. Mrs. Bertha Nelson of Blair, Wis., is the guest of her son, J. T. Nelson. Mrs. A. Betts of Waterloo, Wis., is theguest of hersister, Mrs. Witherow. Mrs. Nels Evenson returned Mon day from an extended visit in Cana da. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Temmey and daughter, w«re down from Onida Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bennett return ed Tuesday from an extended visit at Milwaukee. John McCullen of Miller was trans acting business matters in the city Tuesday. H. D. Jennings returned the first of the week from a visit with his son in Washington. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Mc Gandou ol' Okobojo, at the hospital, Oct. 3, a son. Mr. aud Mrs. Ralph Burton of Murdo, attended the Bryan speech here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Matson of l^ake Preston, were guests of friends here last week. U. J. McMahon, H. A. Kumm and here from Philip Tuesday, to attend the Bryan speech. Zack Sutley was in from his' ranch in Lyman county Tuesday, to attend the Bryan speech. A large crowd attended the dance attthe Locke Friday, given by the Capital City orchestra. Mrs. Howard Samuels went to Onida Friday, where she was called by the illness of her sister. C. B. Barrett of Aberdeen, was in the city Tuesday, leaving with the Bryan special for Aberdeen. John Holman left Monday for his home in Chicago, after transacting '-business matters here. '4 H. L. Martindell and children were ~^in from Vinton Friday, to visit Mrs. ''Martindell who is ill at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Brady left the first of the week for their home at Kimball, after a visit at the Matt 3V si' At Mrs. John Hayes of Ft. Pierre, and "neice, Miss Daphne Bennett of Wat ertown, were guests of friends in the city over Sunday. Miss Ruth Peterson has resigned her position in the state superinten dent's office, and left last week for her home at Sioux Falls. Miss Nellie Huss of Pedro, was in the city a few days the past week, leaving Friday for .Ti if an, Ohio, where she will attend school the com frig winter. ••'"P&'vv The Bachelor Club held.a meeting Monday evening and chose the fol lowing officers: Levi Rosengren, .president Fred Sauer, secretary L. E. Branch, treasurer, and L. A. Markbam, steward. Mrs. A. Noren entertained a num ber,of young mem at her. home last ^Thursday evening, in honor of her nld. who C. R. Garrett was up from Blunt Monday. I. H. Newton was in from Wendte Tuesday. Dan Walsh was up from Miller Tuesday. E. C. Platts of Meers was in the city Tuesday E. W. Morcom was up from Sioux Falls Tuesdaj Alex Buchanan of Michanicsville, la., is in the city. P. A. Hosford was in the city yes terday from Platte. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. O. A. An derson, Oct. 9, a son. 4' Miss Ina Sutley of Chamberlain, is the guest of Pierre friends. H. A. McGannon was down from Okobojo the first of the week. Wm. Walpole*of Philip, was in the city Tuesday on business matters. M. P. Martiu has returned from a trip to Washington and other points. Mrs. Wilkins of Ames, la., is the guest of her brother, Arthur Pryor. Dr. G. S. Kheirallo of Rapid City, attended lhe Bryan speech here Tues day. Mrs, Earl Howard and-baby re turned to their home at Huron Satur day Miss Charlotte Wales has returned from a visit with relatives in Sioux City. Miss Flora Laird of Des Moines, la., is a guest at the S. Green home. Mrs. Reed, sister of John I. Newell, left Tuesday for ber home in Wash ington, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Hess of Monroe ville, Ohio, are guests of relatives in the city. Hose Company No. 3, will give a dance at the Auditorium tomorrow evening. Mrs. L. G. Dell of Vail, Oregon, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. D. W. Lyman. C. S. Lippincott of Marion, Ohio, passed a few days in the city on busi ness this week. J. Patrick of Dubuque, la., was transacting business matters iu the city Monday. Pierre was defeated in the football game played with Ft. Pierre Satur day, 2 to 20. si a to is a a to W or in ton, Miun. He will bi absent until about October 20. Mrs. F. X. Ransome left the first of the week for a visit with her par ents at Perry, la. W. G. Bickelhaupt of Aberdeen, wa3 lookiug after business matters in the city the first of the week. Frank R. Cock of Belle Fourche at tended the meeting of tlie State Live Stock board here yesterday. II. O. Anderson of Sturgis, attend ed the meeting of the State Brand Commission here yesterday. The Pierre High School football team was defeated Tuesday by the All Stars, the score being 20 to 1. S. H. Lea and J. W Deets left Tuesday for Lemmon, where they will attend a good roads' meeting. Mrs. C. O. Donahu returned Mon day from Sioux City, where she was called by the death of her mother. Daily Huronite: John YV. Laughlin of Pierre, sheriff of Hughes county, was in the city Monday on business matters. Congressman E. W. Martin and son, were iu from Deadwood Mon day, on tneir way to the Cheyenne Agency. J. W. Deets returned the first of the week from Salt Lake City, where he attended a meeting of the Irriga tion Conference. Mrs. J. S. Sebree returned Monday from Aberdeen, where she attended the Woman's Foreign Missionary convention. E. C. Warren left the first of the week for Chicago, where he will at tenp a meeting of the National Hard ware Association. Roger Lesperance of this city, and Miss Kate O'Rielly of Ft. Pierre were married yesterday at Ft. Pierre by Rev. Ffcther Schawbe. Deadwood Telegram, 7: Hon. A. W. Ewert of Pierre, candidate for treas urer of state, was in Deadwood to day en route to Lead, where he will spend several days. Boys, if you see a wire banging down anywhere, let it alone. Don't touch it. It may be charged heavily enough to kill you. Many deaths are occurring throughout the pountry in this way. '"V, W. H. Gleckler, one of the pioneers of Pierre, who came here in 1880, died Sunday at Salem, Ohio, where be bad *. H. A. Hall was a Deadwood visitor Wednesday. I Wm. Floyd and family of Okobojo, attended the Bryan speech here Tues day. Mrs. C. H. Reed returned to Huron Monday after a visit with relatives here, *. John T. Breen of Huron was trans acting business matters here Tues day. Judge J. F. Hughes is holding a regular term of circuit court in Hyde county. J. L. E:chholtz and E. M. Quinn of Blunt attended the Bryan speech here Tuesday. Mrs. E. F. Swartz returned this af ternoon from a visit at Madison and other points. J. R. Groseclose and II. McGannon of Okobojo, attend the Bryan speech here Tuesday. Mrs. J. J. Welch has gone to Oma ha to visit friends and relatives. She was accompanied by a daughter. Steve Bowen of Dry Run delivered a car load of steers, averaging 1,200 each to G. H. Jaynes this morning. Miss Jennie Livingstone arrived Friday from Des Moines, la., for a visit with relatives here and Onida. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Howardson were down from Okobojo Tuesday, while here they attended the Bryan speech*. The Pittsburg Mining company has been incorporated at Ilill City by a number of capitalists from Pittsburg. Mesdames Ilamer and Nelson will entertain the W. M. F. S. of the M. E, church tomorrow afternoon at the Nelson home. Cooler weather for today was the prediction of the weather man. Un settled weather conditions might bring rain, he declared. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Latta, Misses Westover, Bryan and Edith Higgins were here from Blunt Tuesday, the guest of Mrs. J. W. Latta. J. Dann, county treasurer is busy getting the 1011 delinquent tax list ready for publication. The tax col lections of last month amounted to a little over $50,000. The United State government no sooner itstalls a paper money laun dry system than it cuts down the size of its washing by making the bills smaller. :-y. Morgan says that he gave $330,000 to the republican campaign fund for the people's good. This is the first intmation we have had that J. Pier pont was a philanthropist. At Deadwood last week Circuit Judge Rice held that county treasur ers are not entitled to keep as their own the sum of $1 collected as a fee for each and every tax deed issued by them. Wm. Borstand C. C. Whitcher of this city have purchased the remain ing stock and fixtures of the Masters Fuller Eurniture Co., and will here after conduct a furniture business in the old stand. Harrold Journal: Wm. Summer side and daughter, Miss Georgia, went to Pierre Monday night. Miss Georgia will not return for about a week. Mr. Summerside returned Tuesday night and reports that about two thousand were present to hear Mr. Bryan speak. L. E. Snyder of Onida, C. D. Tid rick of Chamberlain, J. T. Green of Huron, F. M. Stewart of Buffalo Gap, W. PJ Seguin of Aberdeen, F. H. Rugg of Rapid City and J. A. Bush field of Miller, attended a meeting or the stockholders of the First Nation al Life & Accident Insurance Co.. here Tuesday. -n A large number of citizens attend ed the exercises held at the state house grounds Tuesday evening, und er the auspices of the Woman's Club, at the placing of the marker for the ash tree planted by ex-Governor Mel lette twenty-two years ago. The tree was lighted by colored elec tric lights, and the marker placed at the base of the tree is a high granite boulder bearing a bronze plate with inscription. The expense being de frayed by the Woman's Club. Another, the third, mixup has shown up in the Pennington county wolf bounty situation. A number of certificates were sent the state audi tor bearing the statement of the coun ty auditor that they had "not" been passed upon by the county conrais sioners for the reason that they were in such condition that it was detri mental to health to keep the scalps about the court bouse for exhibition to the commissioners. This is no doubt practically what might occur where scalps were brought in at a time some days away from the date of a meeting of the commissioners. Bat the reqords of Pennington coun ty show that the commissioners were in session from July 2 to 20 last, aVid out of the list of bounty claims sent in with special notation,. 9195 woic£b bear the certificate of the count,} r'' .v^i' -%^J Wto*vL*!to+ REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Sheriff of Hughes County, W Laughlin, to Dakota State Bank, lots 17, blk 3, orig. Blunt Florence Wimiuer 10 Robt. Pierson lots 1 to 5, blk 19, 4th Rail road Add to Pierre. Cbas Hyde to A W Ewert all of blk 30, 5th Railroad add to Pierre. A Brink to Mary Dutcher lota 2 and north 10 ft of lot 3, blk 3, Steig meyer Add to Pierre. E Wood to Mary A Manley lots 14 to 19 inclusive, blk 71, Wells 2nd add to Pierre. E Wood to Mary A Manley W,1^ of'SW^ of 20-109-74. K. E Wood to Mary A. Manley NW }4 of 14 109-74. Pierre Banking & Trust Co., to a A an E% of 1 1 an N W and N 1-2 of SW of lg-108-75. Floyd Oustott to W O Mauley El-2 of SE 1-4 of 14 109-75. United States to W O Manley SW 1-4 of 14-109-75, S Vessey and E Wood to Pierre Banking & Trust Co., NW 1-4 of 20 109-75 and E 1-2 of ll and NW 1-4 13, and N 1-2 of SW of 13 108-74 DEATH OF ORVILLE SCHUBERT A cloud of sorrow gathered and broke over Pierre Monday evening, when the announcement came that Orville Schubert, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Schubert, had expired at the city hospital. N His death was due to intestiual hermorage, resuling from typhoid fever, which he had contracted some time ago, although he had been con fined to his bed but four days. The disease, in the form known as walk ing typhoid, aud for more than a week he had been feeling ill at his •new home in Isabel, Dewey county, where he was assistant cashier in a bank at that place. Soon after arriv ing in Pierre his physician advised that he take to his bed, but the young man thought this was unnecessary. Everything possible in medical aid and was done for the young man that could be done, but the fatal effect of hemorage could not be overcome, and Monday afternoou after it was supposed he was getting along reason ably well he was attacked and Mon day.evening the life of this splendid young &an, was ended with the sad and sorrowing family and relatives witnessing its flickering life extin guished. Orville Schubert, was born in Pierre, on September 28th, twenty four years ago. He was raised in the family home in Pierre. He was a member of the Glee Club of the Columbia University of New York City from which institution he graduated in 1911, with the degree of B. S., later taking a course in bank ing. Iu 1910 he was elected delegate to the national convention Phi Delta Theta Fraternity of which he was a member. He was also a member of the Masonic lodge. Funeral services were held on Wednesday. The services were con ducted by Rev. H. L. "Russell. A male quartette consisting of H. C. Quackenbush, R. Longstaff, L. Parry andS Stevens gave a selection! Rev. H. L. Russell then payed a beautiful tribute to the splendid character and sterling qualities of the young man called to his final rest. A short prayer was said and anoth er selection given by the male quar tette. r- S The body was taken to Riverside cemetery under the escort of Pierre Lodge No. A. F. & A. M., which gave the Masonic burial services at the grave Finds He Is Not "a Citizen. saHl Kendrick Pederson of Kirley, who came tc this country over forty years, ago and who has been voting at all elections for many years, when he at tempted to make final proof on a homestead several days ago, found that he was not a citizen in any form and that he muB take out his "first papers" and wait two years before he can secure title to the land as a citizen, regardless of his long resi dence in this country. Wife Serves as Auditor. No steps have yet been taken to se cure for Pennington county a new county auditor in place of John Fall, who was convicttJti in the federal court for connection with the wolf bounty frauds. Under the ruling of Attorney General Johnson the office is vacant, but its work is being cared for by Mrs. Fall. As the November election will provide a new auditor it is probable the present arrangement will be per mitted to stand. New Postofflee Lock Boxes. The postofflee at Isabel, in. Dewey county, has added new assortment of lock boxes to its equipment, mak ing 341 altogether. 'AdvtfrtuemenU We want farm loans. Our rates are -Ower than you cangetelsewhere. Drop in and see- oa before you make your loan.-—Pierre BankShg & Trust Cov-mtf For sections of -?*4 TAX DEED NOTICE. To S. Lane Anderson, the record owner, and to Paul Anderson, the person in whose name the real property was taxed, which is hereinafter mentioned apd described: lUnoccupied.] You and each of you are. hereby notified that on the 9th. d»y of November A. D» 19U8, the fol towing* described real estate, taxed In the name of 1 aul Anderson* and situated in Hughes Coun ty, in the State of South Dakota* and described as follows to-witi Lot 10 in Block 10 in Prentice & Pettiirrew's Addition to Pierre was sold for taxes then due and delinquent for the year 1907. at a tax sale made by Treasurer of said Hughes County, South Dakota, to F. Y. Whitmore, and said Treasurer then and there issued to him a treasurer's certi ficate of tax sale therefor, and that thereafter the **54 F. Y. Whitmore, for value Tduly assigned said certificate to Chas. L. Hyde, who is now the lawful holder of such certificate of purchase, and that the right of redemption will expire and that a Tax Deedafor said property will be made upon the expiration of sixty days from the completed service of this notice, unless the same Bhall be redeemed prior thereto, in the manner and form, as required by law. Dated at Pierre, South Dakota, on this October 10th. A. D. 1912. CHAS. L, HYDE. Owner of Certificate. By JOHN A. HOLMES. 23-8 His Attorney. fs TAX DEED NOTICE. To Mary R. Brown, the record owner, and to Mary R. Brown, the person in whose name the real estate was taxed, which is hereinafter men tioned and described: fUnoccupied.] iJnU.an? each of you are hereby notified that on the 8th. day of November A. You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 9th. day of November A. D. 1908. the follow ing described real estate, taxed in the name of A- Smith, and situated in Hushes County, in the State of South Dakota, and described as follows, to-wit: _Lot6 in Block 11 in Prentice & Pettigrrew's Ad dition to the City of Pierre, was sold for taxes then due and delinquent for the year 1907, at a tax sale made by the Treasurer of Said Hughes County. South Dakota, to Chas. L. Hyde, and that said treasurer then and there issued to him a treasurer's certificate of tax sale therefor, and the said Chas. L. Hyde, is now the lawful owner and holder of such certificate of purchase, ami .that the right of redemption will expire and that a Tax Deed for said property will be made upon the expiration of sixty days from the completed service of this notice, unless the same shall be redeemed prior thereto, in the manner and form, as required by law. Dated at Pierre, South T)akota, on this Octo ber 10th. A. D. 1912. CHAS. L. HYDB, ""t 1? iW 4* I-I 4 P. D. 1909. the follow ing descrided real estate, taxed in the name of Mary R. Brown, and situated in Hughes County, in the state of South Dakota, and described as follows to-wit: S/£ of Lot. 2- in Block 14 in Prentice & Petti grew Addition to the City of Pierre, was sold for taxes then due and delinquent for the year 1908, at a tax sale made by the Treasurer of Baid Hughes County, South Dakota, to Chas. L. Hyde, and said Treasurer then and there issued to him a treasurer's certificate of tax sale therefoi1,and the'said Chas. L. Hyde, is now the lawful owner and holder of such certificate of purchase, and that the right of redemption will expire and that a Tax Deed for said property will be made upon the expiration of sixty days from the completed ser vice of this nocice, unless same the Bhall bo re deemed prior thereto, in the manner and form, us required by law. Dated at Pierre. South Dakota, on this October 10th. A. D. 1912. -v CHAS. L.HYDE Owner of Certificate. By JOHN A. HOLMES. His Attorney. 23-3 TAX DEED NOTICE. To Julia A. Smith, the record owner, and to A. Smith, the person in whose name the real es tate was taxed, which is hereinafter mentioned and described: [Unoccupied.] J. J. Owner of Certificate. By JOHN A. HOLMES. His Attorney. 23-3 National Bank of Commerce V- PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA CAPITAL, S100.000 I SURPLUS." The largest Banking Capital in Central South Dakota. We pay 5 IS A. W. EWERT, President. V. V. KETCHUM, Vice-Pres EUROPEAN HOTEL No. Ill C'bapelle street c. J. NBVBAVSMR, Prop. Board by the Day and Week. ^^^^^Good Accommodations, SI.OO PER DAY. WM. C. NOTMEYER W PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE AND INSURANCE. Have several well located city homes for sale on easy terms, might consider an exchange. What have you to offer? Phone: Office, /-8-6 A. Residence, 2-3-8'F. IF YOU WANT TO BUY ANY REAL EST? Or, if you want to make a Farm Loan or ance Policy Written,- $a" gffijSl TAX DEED NOTI&. To S, Lane Anderson, the record owner, to Anderson, the person in whoM property was taxed, and which is baraiaaftar mentioned and described: [Unoccupied.) You and each of you are hereby notified that oa Uie 9th day of November A. D, 1006. the fethnrinc described real estate, taxed in the name of Paul Anderson, and situated in the County of HATKA. in the State of South Dakota, mad daecribaa aa follows to-wit: Lot 11 in Block 10 in Prantice ft Pettixrew'a Addition to Pierre, was sold for taxes than dos and delinquent for the year 1907. at tax sale far the Treasurer of said Hushes Countv. South Da kota, to Y. Whitmore, and by him theMaftar duly assigned to Chas. L, Hyde, who is now the lawful owner of the certificate of purchase, awl the right of redemption will expire and a Tax Deed for said real property will be mad* upon the expiration of sixty days from the completed ser vice of this notice, unlew the same shall be M-. deemed prior thereto, in the manner and ten, required by law. Dated at Pierre, South Dakota, on this October i, 10th. A. D. 1912. CHAS. L. HTM. Owner of Certificate. By JOHN A. HOLMES. 23-3 His Attorney. TAX DEED NOTICE. Tn Z. Edwards Lewis, the record owner, and to, J. E. Lewis, the person in whoae nam* the real property was taxed, which is hereinafter man* tioned and described: [Unoccupied.] You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 9th. day of November A. D. 1908, the follow ing described real estate, taxed in the nam* at J. E.'Lewis, and situated in Hughes County. In the State of South Dakota, and described as follows, to-wit: 6. in Block 31 in the Fifth Railway Add!" ton to "ierre, was sold for taxes than doe and dolinquont for the year 19OT, at a tax by the Treasurer of said Hughes County. South. Dakota, to P. Y. ~Whi(more, and said Treasurer then and there issued to him A treasurer's certi ficate of tax sale therefor, and, that thereafter the said Y. Whitmore for value duly assigned said certificate to Chas. L. Hyde, who is now th« law ful bolder of such certificate of purchase, and that the right of redemption will expira\nd that a Tax Deed for said property will be made upon the expiration of sixty days from the completed service of this notice, unless the same shall be redeemed prior thereto, in manner and form* aa required by law. Dated at Pierre. South Dakota, on this Oetobe 10th. A. D. 1912. CHAS. L. By JOHN A. HOLMES. His Attorney. HYDB. Owner of Certificate. e-s STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP. MANAGEMENT, ETC Of the Pierre Weekly Fr«e Preaa published weekly at Pierre, South Da kota, required by the Act of August 24, 1912. Editor, business manager and publish er, A. C. Satterlee, Pierre, South Da kota. A. C. Satterlee is absolute owner. This is a private enterprise. Known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security holders, holding I p«r cent or more of total amounts bonds, mortgages, or other securities: First National Bank, Mortgagee, ($497.00) Pierre, South Dakota. Grace A. Satterlee, mortgagee, ($2700.00) Pierre, South Dakota. per cent per annum on time deposits. COMMERCIAL AND LIVE STOCK LOANS. stia*ti FOR THE A. C. SATTERLEE. Publisher, Owner. Sworn to and snbscribed before me this 1st day of October, 1012. L, E. ERICSON, (SEAL) Notary Public. '#1 :V 20,000 H. C. QUACKENBUSH, Cashier E. P. FARR, Asst. Cashier.