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0L, II. NO. 25
I! j'iek your corn. Windy weather. \ro you going to the Fair subscribe for the IIkhald. pall plowing has commenced. Insure youf property against lire. II,nv do you like the nominations? X, P. AV ilder visited Woonsocket |',[ond sy. U.S. Rover. oC Alpena, was in town lliu'sday. I'oi sale.—A few ehoico pigs at K. |w iJiitenian's. yii.ss 3fary Scott returned to Sioux I' ity last Tuesday. X. H. Miller, of Woonsocket, was in |i,.r,vn on land business Wednesday. Mr?. 11. E. "Wheeler and Miss Maud |.'lyres visited Woonsocket Tuesday. .Mrs. M. J. Harris is visiting with :er son James at Hock Valley, Iowa. F. A. J.»oolittle and wit'e, of J'lankm mh. were registered at fhe hotel Wed "li'sday, Urakola. Lakota, and Koto, are the names of three of Dakota's "youngest 'owns." Several choice bargains in Real Es \i'e. Enquire at the Jerauld County "ank. F. II. JJurdiek and ladies, of "Woon -oe-ket, visited the Springs the first of 'he week. Maine went from If.,000 to 18,000 ma •oritity Republican in the recent state elections. Geo. Mills aiid wife, of Woonsocket-, ,vere among the guests at the hotel '.!iis week. "Armour has just made another nest ?rg out of a pork corner which reaches 32,000,000." The uoard of commissioners held a necting- Wednesday. See proceedings •'sewhere. Afire consumed sonic wheat stacks or a German named JL'owJ.owski, of ''arsons, last Sunday. E. 13. Orr is hauling lumber for anew house to bo built on the lot north of it. U. Mage's residence. V. W. McDonald attended the dedica 'ion of the Masonic Temple at Sioux Falls oil the 11th inst,, English writers characterize the present American presidential struggle 'is a "campaign of cartoons." F. E. llarriman, of Woonsocket, rus •leated at the famous summer resort of Dakota the first of the week. Fred Keiser, of Parsons, had the mis fortune to lose his barn and. about 40 'oiis of hay by fire last Friday. A party of campers spent a couple of .nights at the Springs this week. They carried a house on wheels with them, Yessey & Ransom have a full assort ment of school books on hand which they offer for sale at reduecd prices. McLeod county has spent nearly one thousand dollars pursuing horse thieves and the band has been broken up, it is thought. The Sioux City Journal says that one 'nan in that vicinity picked seven thou sand Ave hundred watermelons from one patch. The Firesteel Sabbath School give a supper next Thursday evening for the oenelit of the pastor. Let there be a full attendance, .. Mrs. J. W. i\ Jordan has been quite sick for sometime past with erysipelas, Her many friends in this vicinity hope !Vor her a speedy recovery. Iluronite:—W. W. Schuman is just reveling in grapes, from his own vines •hat were set out this spring, being of 'he Concord and Janesviile varieties. Robert Uoriner has paid $227,000 for Mno horse'}—J oe Elliot, Edwin Forrest, i'Udy Stuart, Edward Everitt, Startle, I 'oeuhontas, Dexter, Karus, and Maud S. Wm. Nelson and wife, of Ashtabula, Ohio, and W. V. Nelson, wife and chil dren, of Woonsocket, were among the 'visitors at the Springs the first cf the week. I'. Mclntyre brought some samples ?f ripe corn to this ollice the first of the week that had fully matured in GO days after planting. How is this for bliz xardy Dakota "ft is reported that Butler narrowly escaped becoming a Baptist preacher. 'It was owing to his anti-monopoly "views that let him out of that close '-ommunion sect." Coinage at the Philadelphia mint during August amounted to 1,200,COO dollars, 1,402,000 u-cent pieces, and 1,300 '000 cents, making 3,992,000 pieces of a .-otal valuation of SI,284,000. There will be a ''Corn Sociable" at the residence of C, W. McDonald next ednesday evening, Sept. 17th, under 'he auspices of the Ladies' Mite Socie ty. All are cordially invited. "Somebody wants to know 'wb-'.a is funnier to see than a man's hat blowing ij-ff in the street Thiye are people Mean enough to think that a woman's ''OYim-t blowing off is funnier." a.* AN failed to obtain particulars. Abstracts of title to all lands in Jer auld county furnished at short notice and guaranteed correct by Mr. W. J. Crouse and wife, and K. L. Bowen, of Mitchell, were in town Wed nesday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Wallapc. They left fer Vi'oonsoeket Thursday in company with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace and Sir. and Mrs. Al. Louder. What has become of the bridge that was to ue built on Main St., across the creek? The lumber is on the ground and the present crossing is getting somewhat shaky. Would it not bo well for the proper authorities to look after the matter a little Yermillioii Plain Talk:— Dakota beats the world for fruit. Mr. J. A. Earnsback gathered fifteen bushels of plums from a tree on his place Monday morning. The fruit was not large, but very ripe and rich and very thickly clustered on the branches. During three yc-ars the secret scrvioe of the treasury department- has cap tured S1,300,0()'J in counterfeit paper currency. It will soon be burned. The amount of counterfeit paper currency now in circulation is said to be less than at any time in the lust twenty years, Mitchell Republican: Deacon Simeon Eidwell has begun his eighty-seventh year by mftkJnj a tour of Mitchell with his horse and carriage and counting the houses. He reports 743 houses, not in cluding those in process of construction. He regards this as a wonderful showing for a four year old town. Hon. E. P. Wells, chairman of the territorial republican central commit tee, states that arrangements have bet made with the Northwestern and Mil waukee lines to carry delegate to the Pierre convention at one fare for the round trip, and spectators at ere and one-fifth fare. A dispatch frcm hi Beau cf tho 2d inst, says: The United.States geograph ical survey corps now prospecting in the Sioux reservation has found coal sixty miles northwest of Le -Beau, on the Morean river one vein being en feet thick and another three feet, which proves to be the same as that being mined in Montana. Howard Farmer. Occasionally a thirsty denizen of the Hawkeye state gets a supply of "liquid comfort" from a quarter least expected. We heard of a- machine man, not a thousand miles from around here, who recently shipped a few bottles of old rye to a friend of his in the machino business at Cedar Rapids, marked '-'repairs." Now that fall is approaching and the prairie grass is drying up, would it not be well for farmers to plow a few 1 ar rows around their building and stacks to prevent loss by prairie fircV Expe rience has taught us that too many precautions, cannot be taken against this destructive monster and if done in time a small lire break will do a vast amount of gcod and perhaps save a large amount cf property. A letter from Mrs. Geo. Wallace, of Mitchell, to her son's family here, de scribes the recent lire at that place on Tuesday night as ha.vi.ng started in a shed in the rear of I O. (.«ale's drug store burning the store r\nd most ot the stock, Then it took V, T. MctSovern's and everv building from there to Letch er's hardware store, iucb.tv.ling clothing store, harness shop, meat market, pho tograph gallery, etc. Som1? of the build ings were insured and scioe were not. VvKSSINGTON SPRINGS, (ELMER The funeral of Mr. Griffith who died of town last week, occurred Mon- JiATEMAX & MCDOXAL.JX T'-)te the change in Yessey & Ran soms adv. this week. They an con stantly receiving new goods and they keep as fine an assortment as can be found in any store in the country. "A (ieorgia darky who had been shut i'P in the penitentiary, upon getting out was asked what he needed most, he promptly responded, 'Ise had no water million for two yeas, I'll take some.'" M. \oung, of Parsons,'brought "P a load of brick from his kiln last Wednesday. Tliey aro a ood article and sold cheaper at ttics Springs "than they can be purchased at Woonsocket. Mr. Stewart, the artist, has taken several fine views of the Springs and vicinity, besides several of private,res idences, etc. Call and see them at Woodburn's hotel before they are all gone. Frank James, the Missouri bandit, has accepted an invitation to attend the fair at Moberly, which commences Sept. 9, and himself and family will be guests of the fair association during the week, "A married woman in Connecticut writes the Xcw York crematory com pany: "Can you burn a man before he dies? ]f you can .1. will be pleased to give you a job on my husband, who is of no earthly use to me or any one else." Dedication of the Methociist Church. TheFi rst Methodist Episcopal Church of Wessington Springs was formally dedicated to the service of Almighty Coil last Sabbath. it was expected that tho dedication services would be conducted by'Bishop Andrews sometiniebetweeu the 1st and Sth of October but a letter front the Superintendent of the Dakota Missions received, on the last day of August, brought tho information that it would be impossible for the Bishop to be pres ent and it would save expensss if the church could be dedicated on the 7th at the time the Elder came here to hold the Quarterly Conference. In pursu ance of this plan an invitation was" is sued. early in the week, asking the friends and contributors to tho fntpr priso to be. -present at the, sm-viec-o. -im the 7tli inst. 1 The morning-was v: unf"oi° 1 for a large attendance but the church was comfortably well filled and the ser vices were opened by the singing of the anthem, "Let Every Heart .Rejoice and Sing," followed by llvnin, number and prayer by the pastor the Rev. J.G. Campbell, The scripture lesson was read by the Rev. J. W. P. Jordan, after which the Dedicatory sermon was preached by the'Rev. I. N. Pardee, 1). .1)., Superintendent of Dakota missions, frc.ni Matt. 22:9, "Go ye out into the highways, and as many as ye shall find, bid to the marriage." At the conclusion of the sermon (he Building Cennyitteo was called upon for a detailed statement of the receipts and disbursements on account of the building, tho principal part of which, with such corrections as havo been called to tho attention of the committee, will bo found on the fourth page of to day's paper, (The entire report would have been published but the office has not sufficient "sorts" to do -it.) The trustees then took their place in front of the altar and through the President of the Board, 'O. W. McDon ald, formally tendered the building to the Eider fur dedication. At the conclusion oi: the report there being 110 The building thus dedicated is "0 by 40, with a vestibule in front the audi ence room is 10 l'eet in height, lighted eight windows, each 12 light, 10 by IB inch glass. The side walls are tinted yellow and the ceiling blue. Taken all in all the building i3 neat and attractive and a pleasant place to be in. It is to be hoped that the society will increase in numbers and usefulness and that many souls may within the sacred walls iind the way to that better life which leads to home and heaven. At the last meeting of the Agricul tural Society it was.agreed that all of ficers of the association bo authorized to collect the. assessments of those sub scribing stock for Fair purposes, and give a receipt therefor. Quito a num ber paid their assessments last Satur day and it is to be hoped that the. bal ance of the subscribers will be prompt in paying- their shares. Estimates have been made by the Executive Com mittee and it has been ascertained that a sufficient number of buildings and sheds can bo erected by the money to be received from a 50 per cent, assess ment on the shares already subscribed. Let every one Interested in this matter come fvirward and help make the first fair in Jerauld county, a success. The government building ereefced by the management of the World exposi tion at New Orleans for the accommo dation. cf the United States exhibit as well as the collective exhibits of a number of states is located between the main building and St. Charles ave nue, the dimensions being 885 feet long by K-3 feet wide. The view of '-he main building is not obstruct-' ?. I»y reason of the fact that the governae r.t building is somewhat- in advance of the front line of the main bonding. By the use .A" powerful electric lights there is no night at the exposition ground and ts'.e set cf workm.-n are employed on tin government building by day and another by night, Mitchell it-'.pub!!CP.n- re a need for a subscription for the church, an opportunity was given for those present to subscribe for chc building of a parsonage. Pledges and cash have been received for this pur pose amounting to $137. The sacrament of the Lord's. Supper was then administered, about oO com municants taking part, which dosed the services of the day. While at Mari on Jr.nctic-n the other day A. II. Bow ille met an English gentleman by the name ^f Dapple*, who- probably has few eouals in liis experience as a hunt er. lie has shot alligators in Florida, grizslies in tho mountains, lious and ticrc in Africa, ami all sorts o/' game in" Cvrope and Asi». lie coa-aders prairie chicken shooting the line Import in wB:t-h he has indulged, and iikt-. Da kota th.3 best of any country b- has «e en. r. O.,) JKRAULP COUNTY, DAKOTA, FRIDAY, SEPT 12, 1884. County Fair. i-KSington Springs, Sept, 0, '84. ^Agricultural and Industrial So ciety-hot at court house on above elate. A ic President E. S. Waterbury in the c! air, J, F, Ford, secretary. Mii ntes of previous meeting read and iproved. i'lofca made and carried that the So ciety proceed to lill the Board of Direc acclamation. O. W. Riehard- W. Nesmith, Hiram Louder, 15. far, Robt. Yessey and elect 1 vacancy. ion made and carried that the secretary make a list of the stock iiold etfc 3a tho various parts of the county £jndgarnish to ollieers. ourned to meet at call of the sec- O. (r. WoODTil'FF, Fop.r, President-. (Secretary, Notice. Noti^. is hereby given that the Pro Wessington hibitio!} Alliance of Springs\ Township will meet at the court hVuse in Wessington Springs, TuesdayWening, Sept, Kltli. A large attendant is desired. O. K. WnvLiAnif. 'Vice President, is of Saturday's Convention. The mecimg was called to order and Thos. Null, of Waterbury, elected chairman rui Tlieo. Ment/.er, secretary. Alter mloivnal and formal balloting, the following men were nominated: 'Relegate:} to tho Territorial Conven tion at Pierje, Sept, 17th, Prank Phil lips and Elm Mentxer. Delegatesfo Legislative Convention at Mitchell pet. Sth: 11. Herring, (). W. Richardson, D.P. Roycr, G. McDon ald, J. O'Bri Register oi Deeds, L, N. Loom is, Al pena. Probate bury. Ige, Thos. II. Null, Water- Clerk Distri Starkey. County Attorney. N. J. Dunham, Lynndale, -t Court, A Gunderson, Supt. of Schools, J. 'P. Johnston, Al pena. Treasurer, 11. A. Pierce. Templeton. Assessor, Uobt. S. Yessey, Temple ton. Coroner, Dr. Rover, Alpena, She-riff, J. M, Spears, 10G-(V7. Surveyor, ,1. M. Corbin, Waterbury, At the i\galar session of the town ship school board of Anina township, county of Jerauld, territory of Dakota, h-,Id in pursuance of law at the ofiice of tho School Township Clerk, it was ordered that the clerk advertise in the Wessington Springs Itoi vu for ti:AX.Ki proposals to build four school houses as follows, viz.: Each house to 20 feet wide by 21 feet long with 10 Coot studding. Pitch of roof }$. Un derpinning of stone laid in good lime mortar, IS inches thick and 18 inches high. Cox sills of 2x8 and SxG joist. Each house to have three windows on each side with double sash grooved to admit of raising or lowering for venti lation, for 10x11- glass. Cap of window frame to come out to frieze. .Return cornice adapted to she and hight of in use. Frames to bo sheeted with shlplap, then covered with tar paper to meet aad lap on sound boards, the whole to bo enclosed with the best quality of siding. Pioof uliceted with shiplap, covered with tar paper same as walls and shingled with :I: A*shingles. Low er Poor joists 2x8 supported in middle hy good prop on suitable stone and to be bridged between it and. each sill. Upper joist 2Lathed and plastered uite to lloor before putting on wain scot. Wainscot to be four, feet high except linden- blackboard, where it must be 3ft high and under windows where it must come up to window casing. The balanco of plastering tobc 1'mished with good hard t'nish with a sufficient quantity of lampblack to mix with last coat to make blackboard over teacher's platform, both to extend from corner of house to door. Door to be three feet wide 'with good lock, and keys, placed as near the. corner cf the house as practi cable,, opening e-ut suitable appliances for hanging up hats, cloaks and over coats. School board to furnish and put in place all seats and desks." Bids will be received to build and furnish niate al cr to do the work having the materi al furnished. Sealed proposals will, be received by school board tiil Friday, Sept, U'lh. Address all communica tions to A. D. Citely, Clerk of Anina School Heard. Elmer, Jerauld copnty. I). T, Hoard retain the privilege of rejecting^.c or all bids. Inter Ocean:—Dakota, is making woneicri'e1, progress under her new gov ernor. A '-ismavek man is harvesting his second out ".vep this season, the growth be- I'lv.T .. tho Mt'.lbblc -f tho first crop. will make you as good prices. Houses Ms lor BuilcUng Four SchooJ in Anina Township. S O A A N ITe is going Twenty miles to the railroad to buy goods when he can do as well at home. We have as complete a stock as any store in Woonsocket ant Sclxool Booics. We are prepared to furnish School Books at introduction prices. E S S E A l\S S O Cur fiflotto" "QUICK'8ALES AMD SMALL PROFITS."' A W A A N 1 he undersigned having associated together for the purpose of conducting Law and ILasid Law PltC'.TEr.. Bx:ick.—AT. W. Young has finished burning a kiln of brick and is now ready to supply all demands for the same. Orders may be left at the II i-:n ai,d office. Oo to J. F. Ford for cheap insurance against Fire. Lightning, Tornados and windstorms, 51 D. W. SHRYOCJC. Contractor and Builder, Wessington Springs, Dakota. Jv-itiimuos nuulc free. CC-Wr»TST HQT2CES. NOT1CK.-U. S. Land Office, xilitc-lwll, 1). T., Sept.-1. issi. Complaint Uavi'« d)Cen ""Htrrcd. nt Uiw oflioe ly .tulm B. Neal acumst Luvria Hoes for ((oiiiu^ lib iwinesteiil entry Jio. 2-i-UW dufc'ti it, jsss, i'e)on tho lhv'.i see town ship 1-jf-. range (iD in Jerauld eoimty, I). T.. with avie.wro the cancellation of saiil entry, tiie sai.t parlies are hereby ordered to appear at the oliiuu 'of.)'. K. I-'ord, al Kimer, 1). T., the ^Tlli day of October, 10 o'clock A. m., to res pond and furnish all the testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. NOXSCJS OFFIHAX, PKOOB! NOTICK FOB nt .Mitchell. .Motirr is hereli ed sealer has 1'deO. jion'ce of her intention to make final proof in 'support ol.' her claim and that said proof il! he made before C'lerk J.Mst. Court Jerauld couutv, at Kimer, O. T., on Oct. nth, loiU, viz-. Ll'LHU M. VOi.rNe under'-ev iul entry ,'o, -z5(JlL'for tho,se-.4 si-e. towichip los. range «5. Slie names ii fol lowinjt wh«i.-s.si-s to prove her continuous resi ilen-ie upon, and cultivation of, said land, \i/.: ,le:se. Simons, Harvey Hut lei*, John .Netf, Joim S-.i,uin--, of .lerauid Co., !.), T. ssoo.'O Oko. 15. Kvekiit, Iteg-. XTOTJOT-: l?OTl C!3i,fCATION.—Laad Ofiice 13 at .Miti'liell, 1). T, Sept. -2d. tSSl. .Nntiee is hereby given that the foil -wing nam ed settler lias l'ded notice of his intention to n-ake fir.al proof in support of his claim, and thAt said proof will bo mado'beforc C'ler): Dis trict Court Jerauld county, at Elmer, D. T., on Oct lUh ISM. viz: AVM. I!. McfiAI.-f.IAKT). d'. s. No '-"-'H'J for the s-.v'-i se.ci.i«n i:t f.nvti ship 108 rali}?o &i. lie na.ines the following wit nesses to tu-ove'lib eoari'.iuotijt n.-sidonco e.i.-ee, ,-^id cultivation of, said i/.: ,1 .'•! ilao.-m in an Thos \VH) un e. uj Vt*repiv*»*:. Business Offer their services to the public. Our Mr. Stanchliedel will reside at Mitche.P and give special attention to contests and all eaters before the II. S. LAND OFFICE THERE, lie will be at Woonsocket on Tuesday and Saturday of each week for consultation with client.:-, Scott, Stanchfleld Dunn* Bank of ?#essington Springs* 6. £. THAYER, BANKER-. Hanking hours from 'J to 12 A. M. and 1 to P. M. Cs-eiieral Banking and JExeJiange. Deposits received subject to check. Interest allowed on time De posits. .Money to Loan on Ileal Estate or Chattel Security at reasonable rates. No trouble to answer enquiries. Buy Jerauld County Warrants. Commun-icpfecl.- Editors WicssiKuTO?,- yj'.iuxc JJkjLilo: FrnusTKKr,. The, "Supper" that was spoken of in the Fires-'-3el items last week, will be given by the members of the Fire steel Sabbath School at the house Of W. Hawthorne', Thursday evening, Sept. 18th, for the benelit of our pastor. All are cordially invited, We would like to have every one come, fbring your lady with you) and have a good time financially, as well as socially. Supper will be served from ft to 9 p. m. Ladies remember this is leap year. J. H. ROCigRSj '. I A-itoraoy-at-ia-w, Keal £state Hue' i'joau Broker. Contests. l-'ina! Proofs, and all business before ti.-.e U. S. J.aiai e)bice a specialty. J,amis bought and sold. r'aokiiito'i, Dakota. Notick NOTICE Oho. n. 'Hykritt.lU-pistcr. /•'. Ford, oi Kimer, DakoUi is hereby i.p poiutal ooi.eioisKiynerto take the testimony the above case. Upon conclusion of the case he will at once return all the papers duly eertilicd to tin- ofiice, when and where they will ie ex amined aial decision rendered thereon Suv. otii 1SS1. sl203 Geo. B. Evkritt. K?glsk'r. 151,10vriex.—I-and Cffleo Au/'-jMii, ie« ^e. •-n '•the i-diowing un- i-ent vutujc-atiox.—Land offlc'i at -Miiciieii, X). T. Aug 12,188-i. Xot-ee is hereby jdven that the following nanii cu settler has tiled notice of his intention tomaki Imalprootm support (if Jiis claim, and that said proot will be made before Clerk Ulst. Court a'i l-.lmer, Jcrar.ld Co.. 1). 'I'., on Scpt27,18Si viz- CAt.V'fJf OUT. I rtH'lujttion Xo. l-MHJ for the h!$ siv section l's. town 107, range :5. lie names tlie follotvini! witnesses to_. jn-ove ids continuous residence up on and cultivation.of said land, viz: B. (!. Cuni m:ngs. John Tawlks, Anthony Phillips, II. Blow ers, of Jerauld Co., 1J. T. air.slD Ne)'i:ici- I'KO. 15. UVKlttTT, Itegister. fo'si i'utiLiCATiON.-Uinu office at Mitclieil, I). T., Aug fith, ts«4. Notice is hereby given that, the foilowini naiiu'd settler has tiled notice of liis intention tfi m.-iiie final proof in support of his laim, and tliat said proof will be made before Clerk Disf Court. Jerauld county at Elmer, 1). T., on Sent —U, ISM, viz: al58l!) "VroT'OK FOil l'C'M JCATfON at. TMitcilei!, I). T., Aug 7, Notico is hereliy gi ed settler has iiieil make lioal proof in tliat said proof wi1! 1 TJrosr.VH E. SAIJLEit, under his hd. entj-y No 202W4 for the stvU see 13 town JOtJ, ranej* !fo names tlie following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon ami cultivation of said land, viz: Geo. Walters, John .J. N-,-a S. S. Moore, J. A. Swan, of ,Sulli van, Jerauld Co., ]j. T. Ctco, J. Evekitt,lleg. -Land Office J^OliCK FOK rUBJJCATIOX.- at Mitcaeii, i). T.,Scj)t l, iSSf. Notice is hereby given that the following] ed settler has tiled notice of his intention to •rn$l nam- make una! proof in support of his olami, t'int. said proof will be made before Cler'v Court of Jerauld countv. at Wessington Sm DT..0U Oct 35th. t:-!?t, viz: Dili! Springs OKANCK L. TUCICiCW. liomeslead. entry No. i.jfiS.-) fov the s'.-. sou see lion :-«*». town t":. range at. lloamnes the foilow n:g Witnesses to orove liiseon'iii-.mus residence upon and cultivation o£ said la.-d, viz: Fred Keiser. J:red t'rimmer..i'-ink Aiclhtosii, Ciu--. Dmin, oi i'arsons, J). T. n. 1'vnit: r-r, llegister. slcolT FOR VUnLiCATION.—Laud Office at Mitch"'.! I). T. Sept 5,1884. nam ed HL'tili-f Pus tiled notice of hsr iiiten ma!:-: proof in support of her claim, ami that .laid proof will be made before Chas. \V. Mi. l'caald Clerk District t^ourt Jeratt1.1county at Wessington Springs, i). T.. en Oct. 31, 1S84, viz- MAK 11. UOGAliiHJS, tir.derherd. s. No S- ar tor tiie w'i ne?i see ."is? town 100 range i,r,, sin.* names tho following wit nesses to prove her continuous residence upon am cultivation of, said land, viz: James Ban'' diaries Little. Win It Day, Thomas ICenady, ot Jerauld Co., JX T. si-o!" (iKX 15. EvKititt, Register, -Land Office 18St. ven that '.he following-nam notice of liis intention dc iapport of his claim, aiuf be made before Clerk Dist. Court Jerauld Co.. at Elmer, I). T., on Seiit 20th 1^1, Viz: HOiiACK M. 11AV, 1 under his d. s. entry \o for the liw1,. sec toe.'ii :vS range (in. And ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resilience up on and cultivation of, saidiau-l viz: A. 1'.. Dotiv A. I.eiidei-, ir. ria'tchard, H. Louder, of Jerauld county, I). J. ... ttt5.ua G. :o, is. Evunrrr, Kegister. TVTO-n.jli won rUBLICATXON.-Land Office at fi-.eiiell. 1). T. Aug a), iss+. No- iea is iiereby -=ive tliat, the. following nam ed seiU- has filed notice or his intention tc make lioal proof hi sapper of liis claim, a no ,:i. s.'.a! prool will b" made bet ore clerk dist court Jerauld county, at lamer, J). T., on Oct 3!b, -c.vl, viz: .. ... (UN K. illNDMAX. iiaer 1 is lid. No S«.'I for tin- nt-U section 25 town luv range6-5. .He name.- ti: follo.ving v.-it .tew* to prove ins i.c -i-•, V^i :f r':"J .!