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Dakota Silo Company.
The THE VICTOR GATE has all the good features a&d none of the faults other gates. Come and see the demonstration at FLOETE LUMBER COMPANY E. I. LEWIS, rigr. We are agents for the Dakota Silo Company of Mitchell, |kuth Dakota, successors to the Mitchell Silo Company^! ^j&Ve have looked into the Silo Business and believe ,t hi# -^vakota Silo to be the best on the market. The stave is a clear fir stave which stands weather better than any oth er wood. The swinging door is a new device used for the first time this year, and is without question the best on the market. The silo is made in South Dakota. Please call at our office and take up the subject of the silo and arrange for a full explanation with a representative of tiie Fullerton Lumber Company G. NIEDERMIKR, Manager Supplement to Wagner Post Friday, April 20,1912 Neighborhood Gleanings Tbe Tabor post office has been ignated as a postal depository. The new Hotel Douglass at Delmont was formally opened on Tuesday Of last week. F. H. Johnson, formerly of Geddes, has recently taken up his home at Sioux City. In 1913 we can once more lay claim to two ex-presidents—W. H. Taft aad Theodore Ruosevelt. The Sioux Valley Power Co. has ap pl:ed,for an electric light franchise for furnishing beet and power to tile city of Caoton. The fire department at Lake Andes has installed a gong system of fire alarms, locating the gongs at different parts of the city to be rung from the telephone central office. The real estate transfers far last week show as one of the large land deals the sale of the W. I. Mc Far land farm north of Ravmia to Alois Novak for a consideration of 31,626.00. This farm containa 320 ecgefr -afgoxi mately $100 per acre. Tbe storm last Friday night took on a cyclonic nature northeast of Lake Andes. About $1000 damage was done on the farm of Dwight Walker. The roof of his house was torn off and car ried to the northwest, while a new porn crib with about sixty bushels of frheat was carried to the southwest and damaged in toe creek. At the sale of school lands at Wheel er recently there was a fair sized crowd out, but very little competition in the bidding With the excetion of two tracts all of the land went at tbe apppraised price. The total amwunt of the sale was $60,250. The lease of unsold school lands brought out a great many bidders. There was spirit ed bidding, some of the land fringing over $2 yearly rent per acre. On Tuesday of last week the board of education of Platte awarded tbe con tracts for their new school building and also the heating plant for the building. Carel Bartelson of Minot, N. was the successful bidder on the building at $26,000. The Gray Consruction Co. of Watertown, S. D.. will furnish he heating plant for $4,546. The build ing is to be ready for occupancy in Sep tember at the opening of school. If every farmer and business man in Charles Mix county was compelled to make one trip to Wheeler between now and election we believe every such person would vote fur Wagner at the coming election. A farmer who called at our office Friday said it waa his first trip to that town and that his i vote and influence would be for Wagner and he informed as that that was the feeling of the farmers who attended the sale and lease of school lands last week, l'he cour.ty seat should be located at a town on the railroad at the next election and the vote should be unanimous. Vote for Wagner and thus have a convenient place to tranoact the business of the county.—Geddes News. REAL ESTATE TKANSFEM. Eugene Coiburn and wife to Charles Cote w2 nw and ne4 nw4 sec 27-94-62 $4440.00 W I McFarland and wife to Alois Novak se4 se4 lot 3 w2 se4 sec 32-97 64 ne4 sec5-96-64 $31626.00 Olive Talcott to Frank and Ru dolphBenesh e2 se4 and ne ne see 10 95-6 $8400.00 Henry St Pierre and wife to Bryan School District one acre in sw4 sw4 sec 29-96-63 $85.00 Joseph A Melroer and Wife to Mike Krsnnk lot 8"blk 7 Mayo $1900 00 A Bennett and wife to E Wendt nw4 sw4 and 2 acres in nw corner of ne4 sw4 sec 26-96-65 $20u0.00 E Wendt and wif^ to Tnomas Do iejai nw4 sw4 anH*2 acres in nw eorner of ne4 sw4 sec 26-96-65 1400.0(* Henry Hostile and wife to Guy W Williamson lot 402 sec 29-94-63 $1615 Katherine Blaschke and husband to Edward Bradley ne4 nw4 sec 20-96 61 $2320.09 K Golme to George V Jonas s2 blk 7 South Platte $L0U Milwaukee Land Co to Gilber Gee lots 5-6 blK 18 Geddes $130.00 Harker and wife to Edwin A Mid dlemus w 37 feetxl20 feet lota 16-17 18 blk 16 Platte $1,041 Edwin Astin to Martha A Astin a2 se4 sec 18-100-70 $1.00 W W Leebe and wife to Standard Uil Co w «3 feet let 9 blk 23 Lake Andes $125.00 Stedronsy Bros Co to Reuben Austin lots 1-2 blk 40 Lake Andes $600.00 Frank Johnson aad wife to John son Bros Land Co l*ta 1-2-3-4 blk 1 Geddes $1.00 GyrhartC Clausen and wife to Clara A Phillips ne 10 acres of se4 sw4 and 60 foot strip in sw4 se4 sec 33-96^62 $1750.00 John Block unmarried to John Blair n2 ne4 sec 2 and nw4 nw4aee 24-97 68 $1800.00 REAL ESTATE LOANS. The First State Bank haa plenty of money and best rates for farm lom* £ie-4eiay. F*. S. Strohbehn, Cashier. For Sale.—A good work team, cheap. —Jos. DeNoma, Carrier Route No. 3, Wagner. Advertised Indian Lands. For sale at the Office of the U. S. Supt. and Special Disbursing Agent, at Greenwood, S. D., subject to ap proval by tbe Secretary of the Interior under rules and regulations governing the sale of Inherited Indian Lands, as follows: Under the rules of the In terior Department approved October 12, 1910, the lauda listed below are off ered for sale under sealed bids to the highest bidder. Bids below the ap praised value will not be considered, and the right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Bids will be received at the office of the Superintendent, Green wood, South Dakota, until 2 o'clock p. m. of the day of sale, at which time they must be accompanied by a certifi ed check on a solvent bank payable to tbe older of A. W. Leech, superinten dent, for at least lo per cent of the amount of the bid On lands sold for cash, (be remainder of tbe putchate price must be paid within 30 days al ter notice of acceptance of tbe bin, otherwise tbe lo per cent will be for feited tu the owner of the land. Only one tract may be included in each bid. The bid must be enclosed in a sealed envelope on which shall be written "Bid on Indian Land to be opened", giving the date when bid is to be oper ed. The DESCRIPTION of the land muat NOT be written on the envelope. Purchasers will be required to pay an advertising fee of $1.50, $2.00 cr $2 50, regulatep by the price paid for tbe land. On deferred payments on lands sold partly on time, 7 per cent interest will be charged. For further information apply in person or by let ter to the undersign 3d. A. W. LEECH Supt ft SpL Dia. Agt List of Indian lands for sale May 20th, 1912:— Allotment No. 384. Allottee. Susan Okdeska, description, se4 of ne4 23, and sw4 of nw4 24-96-66, 8o acres, terms cash, appraisement ¥800.00 Allotment No. 435, Allottee Wincin canna, description sw4 of se4 25- 97 66, 40 acres, terms cash' appraisement $1777.5o" Allottrentt No. 1123, Allottee Max Lyman, description n2 of se4, 10-97-64 80 acres, terms caao $36oo.oo Allotment No. 377, Allottee Hmu yan, description ne4 of ne4 lot 1. 83 95-62,65.76 acres, terms ca*h, $23ol. 6o Allotment No. 45, Allotttee Henry Bubuna, description lota lol8 and lo2o lo 93-62, *2 ne4 8o acres, terms cash, $800.00 Allotment No. 698 Allotee Henry Cetankinyan description e2 sw4 2-96-64, 80 acres, terms cash, 4ooo.oo Allottement 82 Allottee Job Long ear description sw4 of sw4 6-94-61 40 acres terms, cash $1000.00 Allottment 88 Allottee Goodtalker nw4 of nw4 and lot l-3o-94 63 45 acres terms, cash $135o.oo Allottment 1291 Allotttee Sarah Tiasa description s2 of nel and ne4 of ne4 24-95-65 12o acres terms, cash $144o.oo Alottment «46 Alottee Louisa Hope description sw« of se4 23-95-62 4o acres terms, caah $14oo.oo Allottment 112o Allottee Elisha Dil lion description nw4 of ne4 13-94-63 4o acres terms, cash $l5oo.oo Allotttment 362 Allottee Rebecca Klyugotopiwin description sw4 of ne4 9-98-65 4o acres terms, cash $12oo.oo Alottment 79s) Allottee Martha Hare descirption sw4 of ne4 24-95-62 4o acres terms, cash $1000.00 Allottment 13o7 Mahpiyaskawin description sw4 and rw4 of se4 and aw of nw4 of sec 3-96-65 24o acres terms, cash $436o.oo Allottment 88 Allottee Mary Rondell description ne4 of sw4 16- 96-64 4o acres terms, cash $2ooo.oo Allottment 989 Allottee Mollie Rey olds description ne4 and n2 of se4 sect 17 and s2 of se4 of sec 8-97 64 320 acres terms, cash $132oo.oo Allottmen 134 Allottee Milllie Standingbull description n«4 of ne4i 6-93-63 42.15 acres terms, caati $843.00 Under no circumstances will tbe superintendent or other officers in cnarge or any person connected witti the office be permitted to prepare any bids, or aasist any prusective bidder in prepareing bis bid. A. W. LEACH, Supt & Spl. Disb. Aft.