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(Continued from Page 2) Gust Walters, road work 36.70 Clarence Youngberg pocket gopher bounty 1,20 F. W. Weinkauf, dragging roads 11.50 Alma Zacharias cook at road camp 40.00 M. A. Leversee. Com per diem and mileage 99.80 Albert Herried Com. per diem and mileage 89.10 M. A. Leversee, wolf bounty,. 14.00 Fred Evander, dragging roads 37.00 0. C. C. Howe pocket gopher bounty 2.80 j. O. Andrews, legal service by order of Court 75.00 Linn pert Lumber Co., coal Co Farm 17.20 O. E. Lien, Co., Treas. court script, etc. 1349.54 M. Barrett, road work 13.00 Wilrnot Drug Co., indse for fumigating 34.45 Wilmot Drug Co., mdse for fumigating 6.50 Dr. A. W. Pearson post morten exam 17.60 T. W. Caliill, mdse Co. Farm Court House 19.73 Ed Rodemaker, carpenter Work Co. Farm 9.00 Joseph Stefflre coronor jury fees 3.00 Alfred Nelson coroner jury •. fees 3.00 Frank Douglas, coroner jury fees 3.00 Petition signed by the tax payer? of Spring Grove Township asking foi an appropriation of $200.00 to be expended in building road between Sections 28, 33, 29, 32 in said town ship was on motion allowed ant' granted. Petition signed by freeholders o! One iRoad Township for an appro priation of $500.00 to be used on road between 10 and 11 and 16 and 21, in said township, was, on motion allowed and granted. Petition signed by residents of Springdale Township for the con struction of three bridges in said township was presented and on mo tion petition was allowed as to con struction of a bridge on section line on the northeast corner of Section 4. in said Township. Bills were on motion allowed 01 rejected as follows: R. R. Buchanan, part sal and expenses Co. Agent $129.SS Geo. C. Bagley, Elev. Co., Fuel Mrs. Dahl 64.00 Geo. C. Bagley Elev. Co. Fuel Mrs. Dahl 24.7r G. W. Relifeld, damages to grain etc. 114.32 The petition signed by resident freeholders and tax payers of Ros holt and vicinity asking that the flat on the county road immediately north of Rosholt be graveled, was taken up and, on motion duly made and carried was allowed and granted. Application of Dan Danielson foi renewal of loan of $2000.00 on South HrJi of Southwest Quarter (S 1-2 CW 1-4 and Northeast Quarter NE 14 of Southwest Quarter SW% of Sec. 3 and the Southwest Quarter (SW4 of the Northwest Quarter (NW»4 of Section 10, Township 128, Range 52. was, on motion, allowed and grant ed. Application of the Dakota Central Telephone Company asking for abate ment of taxes in the amount of $54.96 assessed against them in the incor porated town of White Rock, the same property being assessed to the Northwestern Telephone Company was, on motion allowed and granted. Application of Henry Peter for a batement of taxes assessed agains' the Nl/£ NW%, Section 10 Township 126, Range 49 for the years 1917 and 1918, the same being Indian land held in trust, was, on motion allowed and grante, and the tax ordered abated.. Application of Peter Permantgen for abatement of part of the taxes assessed against the W 1-2 SE% and the NEW SE% Section 6, Township 127, Range 49, an error having been made by the assessor in the assess ment of the property, was, on motion allowed and granted. On motion duly made and carried the meeting was adjourned. W. R. Metcalf Attest: Chairman. R. C. Richert, County Auditor. Adulterated and Misbranded Foods, Drugs, Etc. The articlec enumerated below have been found to be adulterated or misbranded within the meaning of the law. This list shown the brr.nd and name of the articles so found and the reason for so classing them. All goods herein listed wore sold or offered for tale in this state and samples were -examined by inspectors or chemists of the State Food and Drug Departm nt Uncle John's brand cane and maple ^fangar syrup manufactured by New England Maple Syrup Co., Boston Mass., was adulterated and misbrand ed in that it contained mach less maple sugar than claimed on the label. 4'' J. M. 1846 brand syrup distributed by McCord-Brady Co., Omaha, Nebr., was adulterated and misbranded for the reason that it contained much less maple syrup than calimed 01: the label an dthe can was 8.4 per cent short measure.. A. Gaillard & Fils brand olive oil was misbranded in that the net mea sure was not stated on the label. No-Vary brand prunes distributed by the Aberdeen Wholesale Grocer Co., Aberdeen, S. D„ were adulterat eo in that they consisted of filthy and decomposed vegetable substance, be ing mouldy and fermented and wholly unfit for food.* Armour Veribest brand evaporat ed milk distributed by Armour & Co., Aberdeen, S. D., adulterated in that it contained less milk solids than re quired by the legal standard in this state. Graham llour manufactured by the New London Milling Co., Willmar, Minn., misbranded in that it contain ed less than the amount of llour de clared on the label. Palm brand graham flour manu factured by the Pipestone Milling Co., Pipestone, Minn., misbranded in that it contained .ess than the amount of flour declared on the label. Peerless brand poultry food manu facturer by the Akron Milling Co.. Sioux City, Iowa, was misbranded in that the ingredients were not declar ed upon the label. Peerless brand chick food manu factured by the Akron Milling Co. Sioux City, la., was adulterated and misbranded in that the ingredients were not as declared upon the label and the percentage of protein war lower than guaranteed. Whole Egg Powder distributed bj E. A. Bear & Co., Chicago., III. was adulterated in that it contained borax 01 boric acid, a prohibited preserva tive. Higrade Whole Egg Powder dis tributed by Joe Lowe Co., Chicago. 111., was adulterated in that it con tained borax or boric acid, a pro hibited preservative. First Prize brand chick food manu factured by the Mangelsdorf Seed Co. Atchison, Kan., misbranded in that the 25 pound bag., were not labeled to show the analysis and ingredients. Guarantee brand Hog Reggulatoi manufactured by the Guarantee Veter inary Co., Sioux City, la., was illegal ly sold because it was not registered in conformity with the state law. B. A. Thomas brand Hog Powder manufactured by the Old Kentucky Mfg. Co., Paducah, Ky., was misbrand ed in that the label bore false claims as to the curative value of the pow der. Eg-Save brand product manufactur ed by the Pease Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. V., was misbranded in that it was labeled so as to deceive the purchaser. Magic Egg Saver manufactured by Slierer-Gillett Co., Chicago., Ill mis branded in that it was so labeled as to mislead and deceive the purchaser. Post's Eggo-Like manufactured by Post's Eggo-Lik Mfg., Co., Des Moines., la., was misbranded in that it was so labeleu as to deceive the purchaser and the label contained false and misleading statements. Eggola manufactured by the Wixon Spice Co, Chicago, 111., was mis branded in that it was so labeled a to deceive the purchaser. Egg-Sub brand substitute for eggs manufactured by J. S. Zeigler Co.. Chicago., Hi was misbranded .n that it was so labeled as to mislead and deceive the purchaser. So-Van-Eg brand egg substitute manufactured -y The Nacma Co.. Chicago., 111., was misbrande 1 in that it was so labeled as to deceive and mislead the purchaser. Ward's Magic brand Egg Saver manufactured by the New Method Co. Chicago., 111., was misbranded in that, it was so labeleu as to deceiv and mislead the purchaser. Eggins brand egg substitute manu factured by Cnas. T. Morrissey & Co. Chicago., 111., was misbranded in thai it was so labeled as to mislead and de ceive the purcahser. B. & R. brand Jell-E-Sub manufac tured by Brecht & Richter, Minne apolis, Minn., was misbranded in that the label failed to show the net weigt of the contents of package. Bolonga sausage manufactured b£ L. E. Saylor, Utica, was adulterated in that it contained added water. Susage manufactured by Frank Peck, Madison, was adulterated in that it contained added water. Sausage manufactured by J. P. Reihsen & Co., Mitchell, was adulter ated in that it contained excessive ad ded water. Sausage manufactured by Otto Wright Mitchell, was adulterated in that it contained added water. Sausage manufactured by E. G. Bohl, Brentford, was adulterated in that it contained starch in excess of the lawful limit and added water. Sausage manufactured by George Klas., Winner, was adulterated in that it contained added water. Sausage manufactured by Frank Vygralek, Gregord, was adulterated in that it contained added water. Sausage manufactured by Frank Vygralek, Gregory, was adulterated in iat it contained starch in excess 02 the lawful limit and added water. Sausage manufactured by C. Whistler, Watertown, was adulter ated in that it contained added water. Gold Seal Brand jelly manufactur ed by Best Clymer Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Mo., was adulterated and misbranded in that a mixture of glucose, apple juice and sugar had been substituted for apple jelly and it was labeled in such a manner as to mislead and de ceive the purchaser. Three Star Brand Compound Straw berry Flavor Jelly and Compound Raspberry Flavor Jelly, manufactur ed by the Moors- Shenkberg Grocery Co., Sioux City, la., were adulterated and misbranded in that they contain ed no strawberry or raspberry flavor and were glucose preparations con taining some sugar, tartaric acid and apple juice in poor imitation of jelly. Temtor brand preserves in two dif ferent kinds, manufactured by Best Clymer Mfg., Co., St. Louis, Mo., were adulterated and misbranded in that they contained glucose contrary to the statements on the label wnich de clared the goods to be made from the finest fruits and granulated sugar. No-Vary brand preserves manufac tured by Best-Clymer Mfg., Co., St. Louis, Mo., and distributed by the Aberdeen Wholesale Grocery Co., Ab erdeen, were adulterated and mis branded in that a mixture of glucose, sugar and fruit was substituted for fruit and sugar. "Grape" flavored soft drink manu factured and distributed by the Rose bud Bottling Works, Gregory, S. D., was adulterated tnat a product cor sisting in part of filthy vegetab.e matter was substituted for grape flavored soft drink. Beverage manufactured by Winner Bottling Works, Winner, was mis branded in that it was not labeled to show the net contents of bottle or name and address of the maker. Two samples of beverages manufac tured by the Andover Bottling Works, Andover were misbranded in that they were not labeled to show the net con tents or the name and address of the manufacturer. Cider manufactured by the Consoli dated Bottling Works, Huron, was adulterated and misbranded in that an imitation cider was substituted for genuine cider. Raspberry Cider, distributed by the Huron Grocery Co., Huron was adul terated and misbranded in that an imitation raspberry cider was substi tuted for the genuine article and it was labeled raspberry cider. A beverage distributed by I. Miller & Co., Sioux City, Iowa, was adulter ated and misbranded in that it was labeled "Cherry Bracer" but con sisted of an immitation flavored mix ture. Three samples of beverages manu factured by the Winner Bottling Works, Winner, were misbranded in that the label did not show the net contents of the bottles or the name and address of the manufacturer. Eddy's German Stlye Mustard manu factured by Eddy & Eddy, St. Louis, Mo., was adulterated in that wheat flour was substituted in part for mus tard. l4) Eddy's brand lemon Extract manu factured by Eddy & Eddy, St. Louis.. Mo., was misbranded in that the let contents was not stated upon the label. Anti-Ferment, a preservative manu factured by Penrith-Akers Mfg. Co., Minneapolis, Minn., was misbranded in that the label did not show the presence of benzoate of soda. Windmill brand Seeded Rasins dis tributed by Paxton & Gallagher Co., Omaha, Neb., were adulterated in that raisins mixed with sand and dirl were substituted for clean seeded rais ins. First Prize Brand Cleaned Currants distributed by Tolerton & Warfleid Co. Sioux City, la., were adulterated in that they consisted in part of filthy matter, being worm eaten and con tained mites. Pansy brand Seeded Raisins dis tributed by McCord-Brady Co., Oma ha, Neb., were adulterated in that raisins mixed with sand and dirt were substituted for clean edible raisins. Tourists brand Catsup manufac tured by Win. W. Vaughn Co., De troit, Mich., was adulterated and mis branded for the reason that a mix ture of tomatoes and apple, pulp was substituted for tomato pulp in the pre paration of the product. Kaysville brand Tomao Catsux manufactured by the Kaysville Can ning Co., Kaysville, Utah, was adulter ated in that it was madefrom partly mouldy and spoiled tomatoes. No-Vary brand Tomato Catsup, die tributed by the Huron Grocery Co., Huron, was adulterated in that it was composed in part of decomposed vegetable substance. Stone's brand Tomato Catsup dis tributed by Stone-Ordean-Wells Co. Dultuth, Minn., was adulterated in that it consisted in part of decomposed vegetable matter. No-Vary brand Tomato Catsup dis tributed by the Aberdeen Wholesale Grocery Co., Aberdeen, was adulter ated in that it consisted in part of de composed vegetable substance. LaCreme brand Tomato Catsup manufac*ureu by R. J. Naguair Co., Greenville, Ohio, was adulterated in that a mixture of gum acacia and catsup was substituted for genuine catsup. Helmet brand Tomato Catsup, dis tributed by -ximour & Co., U. S. A., was adulterated in that it consisted in part of decomposed vegetable sub stance. Harvest Gems brand Canned Pump kn, manufactured by the Norfolk Packing Co., Norfolk, Neb., was adul terated in that it consisted of decom posed vegetable matter. Dakomin brand Vinegar distributed by W. B. & W. G. Jordan, Minneapolis Minn., was adulterated in that it con tained but 4 per cent acstic acid and was therefore below the standard es tablished by law in this state. Wine Pepsin N. F. manufactured and distributed by Smith—Dorsey Co. Lincoln, Neb., was adulterated and misbranded in that it differed from the standard of strength laid down in the National Formulary for this pro duct and wine containing a slight amount of pepsin and of glycerine has been substituted for geneuine Wine Pepsin, N. F. I, Guy G. Frary, do hereby certify that the articles included in che fore going list have been examined by myself or by my assistants and found •o be adulterated or misbranded with in the meaning of the laws ol South Dakota. Guy G. Frary, State Food and Drug Commissioner. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29 day of August, 1919. C. I. Vaughn, Notary Public. Notice to Creditors Estate of A. S. Ketmjan, De ceased Notice is hereby given to the creditors of and all persons hav ingflaims against said A. S. Ket man, deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers with in six months after the first pub lication of this notice, to. Donald A. Ketman, administrator of the estate of said deceased, at the of fice-of A. O. Bunde, the resident agent of said administrator, in the city of Sisseton, in the Coun ty of Roberts, South Dakota. Dated September 12,1919. Attest: H. M. Knight, Judge of the County Court Roberts County South Dakota D. F. Stevens, Clerk of the County Court. (Seal) Notice to Creditors Estate of Abner Adolph An derson, Deceased: Notice is hereby given to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against said Abner Adolph Anderson, deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to Arthur M. Ander- 11 II III 1 son, the administrator with the will annexed of the estate of said deceased, at the office of Bätter ton & Budne, in the City of Sis seton, in the County of Roberts. South Dakota. Dated September 12,1919 Attest H. M. Knight, Judge of the County Court. Roberts County, South Dakota D. F. Stevens, Clerk of the County Court. (Seal) Notice To Creditors Estate of James E. Dore, De ceased Notice is hereby given to the nnv Lmttey Light is a BBSS WSnswSKSL hii'tÜhSSr complete unit—eniine end gener ator—with 16-cell atorali buttery, itaumlmamph electricity for hghte.wmter pump, fanning mill, etc. creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against said James E. Dore, deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the "rst publication of this notice, to Northwestern Trust Company, executor of the wlil and estate of said deceased, at the office of J. J. Batter ton, in the City of Lis. seton, in the County of Roberts, South Dakota. Lalley Light and Power SAVES Dated September 12,1919. Attest: H. M. Knight, Judge of the County Court. Sqy Lalley Owner* Roberts County South Dakota. D. F. Stevens, Clerk of the County Court. (Seal) "Prom every quarter comes the same story. "Lalley Light does save time, save money, save labor," say owners every where. $ William Kroeze, Arlington, Wash., reports that with 25 lights, a washing ma chine and an iron, Lalley expenses are very small compared with the com fort the plant affords. According to J. B. Mitchell, of Farragut. la., the Lalley is the best labor-saving device the farmer can buy. He says he would give up his automobile and his tractor before he would part with his Lalley. C. E. Hornerstall, Springfield, Mo., considers that Lalley saves the work of one man on the farm and a woman in the house. Outside of the cost of tunning Lalley, W. H. Boeker, Petersburg, 111., figures that it saves him $7 in cash per week, and 18 hours of labor. O. E. 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