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1 1 |t. P. BailwaT. U1SG EAST i a:21a ie'r'snuday I flDailv 111 SniHUy 0,N0 E :. 8:04 a IcttSKTON LIE. 1 „n Mondays, Wednesdays, and im'k hHURCHES. IiDIST episcopal CHURCH jHbt)»th iiiorniug, 10:45. 1'reach [jug 7-311. Sabbath School, J2ni I'rrtvcr meeting every \\"e« Itr :j0. Eiiwortb Leasriie, Sabbath Methodist Episcopal Church of v invites the public to all their L'rjiu citvare always welcome. U. Williams. Pastor. 10NAL CHURCH. —Services at and at. T:30 p.m. Christiau I'uth Htti-.HO, and Junior 8:30. Ii ia:15. A welcome for all Itch, pastor. A DVINTIST -Sabbath Saturday at 11:0!) a. m. Bi hociai meeting at 1-J m. All are lioatteud these meetings. feOClETlES. GEORGK Mitchjcll, W. M. MASONS, Mil.BANK ,15. stateo convocations sec iiarsday of each month, impauions cordially invited. Nc. U Chapter No. 20. Stated meet and Fouith Monday of each ball Mrs Alma WatsoN, M. Ashton. Sec. fl.VAN LODGK No 54 rTuesday evening at 1. O. O. F, (brethren cordially invited John J. FansBT, Noble Grand, )KGKKK, Harmony Lodjre, cgular meetings second and at I. O O. F. Hall. Emma Carrick, Noble Grand. Secretary. |Security Lodge No. 7. Meets 1 third .Mondays in W.rkmau H. J. Bekkdict, fcr, Master Workman, brder. HONOR—Protection Lo^ge. lO.U.W.hall first and third onth. PYTH Afl—Banner Loilj:e |eta every Wednesday in Work •Ias. Carhick, C. C. I. otR.&S. ttODMEN OF AMERICA—Mil 1,887. Meets last Moudav of F. W. Mbkiiak, V.V. Iumd, Sec. II'S—Gen. Humphrey's Relief fts every second and fourth mouth nt the A. O. U. W. id NOTARY PUBLIC. in State and Federal Collections given prompt JAWYBK. rooms over Weddell's Mot Milhank, S. D. 1'iod paid to collections. £kn*ey-at-law. Justi('tofthe Peace Rotary public. Collections promptly at- Tliad L. Fuller Jl 1LER, |riiev* at Lkw, 'ilbank, 8. D. tt'irts in the state. Office in Wood Bros. Block. }N, ian and Surgeon, MILBANK, 8. D. WILLIAMS, [0CK DEALERS, I'lbank,8. I). Is received every Saturday at Tua Highest market price Stock. to loan on Farm or City property, at I Rate of Interest, any length of time or In the Installment plan. :NTLEY, Lawyer, Milbank,8. D. e+ ~r s Wild Cherry and K disagree with the is the safest and fe of any cough med -At N. J. Bleser's First Nov. 11. Last Dec. 23. OTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALh.—Whereas, default has occurred n tn•• conditions of a mortgage g'ten lv Helen" Otteidalil and BotolfOtterduhl (her husband i i Hiram I). ptoij, dated June l*lh, 1S!(0, which mortgage, gether with the power of sale therein contuiiied.wiis recorded in the office of the register of deeds in Grant county and state of South Dakota, June aoth, lh'JO, at 11 :i~ o'clock u-. ni ", [ex. Sunday, Arrive.. 25pm t* :45 11:50 am 111 ,)ol 7:00 am 8:^0 9: a 10:30 a in 11:35am 12:50 pm mortaageu, »n pages !!!l and' 3(0, which mortga_'e \va* assigned by said Hiram J. Lpton to Kmily E Smith, by an as-k-nnieiit iu writing.dated May 3d, 1*U7, and recorded In the oliice of said register of deeds, on October I.ih. lX'.tS, and recorded in book 46 of Mortgagee on page his. Sow, therefore, Notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of the premised described iu said tnortirane, viz.: Lot numbered three (3), in block numbered twentv elght('-S), in the firs' addition to the village of -Milbank Junctiou. now city of Milhank, in said countv. which sale will be made by the sherd'of Dated at Watertown, s. I)., November 1st, 1898, Emily E. Smith, Assignee of Mortgagee. George W Case, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee. First Nov. •:. Last Dec. o. Y°TTCE FOR PUBLICATION.—Land office at atertown. S I)., Nov. 1!). 1S!W. Notice is hereby given that the following named si-ttler has riled notice .r Ills intention to make homestead final proof in support of his '•luini, and tlint said proof will be made before (i. \V. I'revev, clerk of Courts at Milbank, S. D., on December 31), IH'.iH, mz: JOHN CllALOUPKA, H. K. No. 21140 for the s' of NWJ^ & W SW1 4 -MILBANK LOnGK No. 20, etittsr* at Masonic Hall, on tininl' *'f cadi month. Visiting tfdially invited to attend. N Dec 16. M. Ho88, H. P. 1 of of section ". tow n-hip pjl. range 50. He names the following witnesses fo prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John Pieha, Henry Kirchill, lacob Ru-ti, (ieorge Egeruieyer, all of Twin Brooks, s. Dak. H. A. B.uicocK, Register. TOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a mdtiment of foreclosure, in the case of Yankton College (a corporatiau) vs. hven N. Kjeuaas, Mary Kjeru,as. William M. SnrL'er.t, Dabney W. Digsis, Ida E. Sanborn, The Farmers Hank of Milhank. Fuller »V Johnson .Manufacturing Company and William Jennings as sheriff of Orant futility, iu rlie circuit court in and for t.rant county, Fifth Judicial circuit State of South Dakota, ou I lie KUh day of Nov ember, 1*!K mid an execution issued upon said judg ment, the subscriber, as SherilV, will sell at public auct lou. at the front door of the court house, in the town of Milhank, county of Grant, South Dakota, on the isth day of .January, lSiiH, at ten o' lock in the forenoon of that day. the mortgaged premises situated in the county of Orant. South Dakota, and directed to be sold, i n said judgment and execution and therein de scribed as follows: The northwest quarter of section thirty-two (:W). township one hundred and eighteen (IIS),of raugj forty-nine (4!M, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said judgment and costs, amounting ill all to the sum of six hundred and seventy and 00-1U0 dollars, with interest thereon ftom the date ot" said judgment, and all accruing costs of t-ale. Dated at Milbank, S. D,.I)ec. 11, lSits Wll.UA.M .iKSMNliS, Sheriff of Grant county, S. D. Gambl*& Dillpk,Att'yB for Plaintiff. C, iHATTKL MORTGAGE SALR.—Name of Mortgagee, Charles lieu her. Name of Mortgagors, i'aulina llamling and Perre Ham ling. Mortgage i,o\\ owned by ihe above named mortgagee Date of Mortgage, October :10th, lsi'T, tiled November 1st, IK'JT, at 8:30 a. iu., in the olttce oi the register of deeds of (jraut coun ty .Smith Dakota, as No iTVOH Amouutdue up iiii mortgage at this date is $r70 and 73-100 dol lars. principal and interest Default has been made in the payment, of the principal and interest of the promissory notes, one o: and !0-l0o dollars, due on the flrht day of ct«iber, lMi*. and interest at ten tier cent periinnuin from October 80th, lMii', and one note of ltti and 10-ldo dollar-, due on the first dav of October. lS'.irt. and interest at eight per cent per atinnui from uctoberso, 1S:7, secured bv said mortgage. Notice is herein- given, that tinder and by vir- I tne of the statute in such case made and pro-' vided, the said chattel mortgage will before closed bv a sale at public auction by the. mort gagee r'his agent of the city of Milhank, in the countv of Grant, and state South Dakota, on Saturday, the flinty first day of December, A. D. isfls, at two o'clock in the afternoon of that day ar the front door of Lindquist A- Johnson's ma chine shed, at the the city of Milbank, in said county, and suite of South Dakota, the personal property described in said mortgage as follows, to-wit: SSO bushels and 10 pounds net. No. 1 Northern wheat 1 bay gelding colt, about 2 years o'd 1 bay mare, about l.r years old 1 bay mare, about 111 years old, named "Kate.'" Dated at Milbank,S. Dec. v!!st, l*!ttf. Chari.ks Bktchkii, Owner of Mortgage. C,ko. 8. Rtx, Att'y for Mortgagee, Milbank.S. Iak. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE rade Marks esigns Copyrights Ac. Anvnne sending a sketch and description may auteklv ascertain our opinion tree whether an invention is probably patentable. inmiiunica Moil* tttrirt v cotitidonMni. Hjuulbookon I atonta 'seni free. (Mde-t aeencv for seeurimr patents. I'.dents taken through -Mniin A Co. receive special n 1 i ittiout, charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weeklv. I .tirte.Mtcir- year'i'fou/nlonths^i'l.'^So'ld'by al' riewsdr^lers. MUNN i Co.36,Bro8dway New York Branch Offlco, O K St.. Washin 4 K giving ton, D. C. Opera House Livery! Unr Motto u GOOD 1UGS, 8 And whereas there is claimed to be due upon said mortgage at this date, incliidini: taxes for the year ls'.ii, the sum of four hu idred and tiftv seven and H-HM dollars, and no action or pro ceeding having been instituted at law to recover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any uait thereof: GOOD STABLING, REASONABLE PRICES. All teams left at this stable will receive eare ful attention. A Fred Fitch. P. LINDt^UIST Farm Loans and Insurance. Desirable farms for sale on easy terms or on crop payment plan. 1 said county, at the r'ront door of thecourt house, in Milbauk. in said county, I)ecember31st, 1«HS, at 111 o'clock a. ni.. at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt, inter est and tuxes if any, on said premises, and #lii attorney's fees, and trie disbursements allowed by lnw, subject to redemption as provided by law Milbank, So. Dak E. P. flESBlER N. J. BLE8ER, E. P. Mesmer & Co., Jewelers JEWELERY, SILVERWARE, WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c. Repairing given attention. prompt First class Over Shoe, Three Buckle, in Small sizes. Worth $1.7.i, at $1.10 Also a Low Cut Over Shoe Worth $1.00 at 00 cents Kemember these are First Class Goods, only in Small sizes. Childrens Felt Shoes at Cost ANTELMAN, The Harness .v shoe Man. The Latest! If in want of anything in the K P. Furniture line, or in the latest and prettiest patterns ol Hall Paper or any color of house or furniture Paint, —call on— |L SCllXABEL.j $100,000 To Loan on (xrant and Roberts Coun ty Farms, payable at our Bank in in stallments, Ontv Fifth or One-Tenth eat li year. DON'T Money. Money. Money Will loan you Money on Real Estate from 6 months to 20 years' time. Money Always on Hand. There is NO DELAY. Kates as Low as the Lowest, It will pay you to investigate our any one your signature for a loan. Our MILHANK business is all trasartedin Thomas L. Bouck's Office where you will tinrt us represented at any time. Lantl and Loan Brokers, Big Stone City, S. D. Renew any old Loans before calling or writ ing us. Farmers Bank. Milbank, S. D. terms Our terms are made to suit the borrower. and rates before TWO HUSBANDS. Mrs. Blonkins laid down her novel with a deep sigh. Tho hero of tho elopement tn tho last chapter was such a splendidly romantic figure. No wonder his friend's wife ran away with him. Any woman would have found It Impossible to resist him. Ho was so unlike Jack. Poor Jack was so dreadfully prosaic. He never even quarreled. He was too phlcgmatio for an ger. Such reflections were not new to her. But her last library book, containing the portrait of tho heroic Adolphus, had fired her Imagination afresh. It was unlucky for Jack that he should return from his office at the precise moment when the un favorable comparison had reached Its climax. Mrs. Blenkins' reverie was so deep that she did not hear the sound of tho latchkey. The first intimation she received of her husband's presence waa when he stood be fore h:T. He was not, certainly, a ro mantic object. The pockets of his over coat bulged out unsymmetrically from under each arm an ungainly brown paper parcel protruded. "I wisli you wouldn't make such an ex hibition of yourself!" exclaimed Sophia, With a look of intense disgust. "It's so dreadfully bourgeois. Why didn't you have the things sent?" "Nobody saw mo, I'm sure," said Jack, putting the parcels triumphantly down on tho table, "and I wanted to give you a hurprise." Ho took out a penknife and cut the string. The first package contained a pair of warm sleeping socks from the second he produced a beetle trap. "I know you stiller from cold feet," he said, "and I heard the cook complain of the cockroaches this morning." The rest of his purchases consisted of various household require ments, a mousetrap, a sot of blacking brushes, some digestive candy, and so forth. As Jack displayed these trilles, one by one, ho looked anxiously at his wife In the hope of detecting a gratified smile. But Sophia's thoughts hail gone out swift ly to Adolphus de Montmorency. Adolphus Would not have presented himself before the woman he loved with muddy boots and turned up trousers ho would not have brought her sleeping socks or digest ive candy. It was almost more than she could bear. To be tied to a man who could not soar above mousetraps! "Take them away! How could you buy such trash she cried, exasperated. The pained look on Jack's face nearly drove her mad. His meekness irritated her be yond endurance. Why didn't ho swear at hery A blow even would be preferable to silence. Adolphus would have fired up instantly and probably bundled her out of the room with physical violence. It Was terrible to have this provoking saint's aorrowful humility. Sophia refused to wear the sleeping socks. She declined to mollycoddle, she said, and next day she laughed at Jack for putting a comforter round his neck. Jack had a bad throat, but to please his wife he left the wrap at home and went out with out it. When he came back in the even ing, his cold was much worse. He wanted to go to bod, but Sophia ridiculed the idea. Adolphus would not have gone to bed it ho had had rheumatic fever. Jack would have committed suicide to please his wife, and he did. Day after day he carried that cold about with him. So phia thought it more manly and romantic not to give way to 6uch trifles. Conse quently Jack (taught one chill on tho top of another. He became feverish, even de lirious. Then tho doctor was sent for, but it was too late. Jack had a severe attack of inflammation of the lungs, from which he never recovered, and oven at the last Sophia could not help reflecting that Adolphus would never have given in to such a disease. His will power would have saved him. Sophia became a widow. She wept over Jack, of course, but behind her grief there was a kind of exultant feeling that the Ideal man had become, after all, a possi bility. Of course Sophia met him. The ordi nary conventional method of making hlB acquaintance was too commonplace for her emancipated soul. It was a case of love at first sight, and the latter occurred on the Brighton grand parade. Love ripened into acquaintance. His name was Eu genie Fitz Jones. Tho Jones she forgave because his mother had been an Italian. They were married a year after Jack's death. It made no difference to the dead man. The flowers on his gravo had ceased Within six weeks of the funeral. For a Whole fortnight Sophia lived in the de lirious atmosphere of two people who do ]}ot know each other. Then her ideals be gan to be realized. Jack had always been deeply interested in her thoughts and confidences. His ac quiescence in her opinions and slavish ad miration of her mental gifts had been positively sickening. Kugenio would not listen to her at all. Women's views were of no consequence whatever in his estima tion. If she spoke on social questions, he •hut her up in the rudest fashion. Ho never brought her in a present when became home from business. Jack never failed to have something in his pocket, at least twice a week. But Eugenio had more important matters to consider. He had his club, and his Wagner society, and his golf, and his bicycle. Frequently he dined out with bachelor friends. When Sophia remonstrated with him, he told her to mind her own business. He even went so far as to strike her. The blow was not so sweet as Sophia had anticipated, in spite of Adolphus. Later on Eugenio began to pay marked attentions toother women he neglected his wife shamefully and flirted openly be fore her face. There were even rumors of a second establishment in the suburbs. On one occasion he disappeared for a whole six months. People said very unpleasant things. A married woman with whom Eugenio had been on terms of friendship disappeared about tho same time. At the end of tho half year ho came back and treated his wife mow badly than ever. In a year's timo he had drunk himself to death. The gossips declared it was a happy release for Mrs. Fitz Jones. But the flowers were always fresh on I Eugenio's grave. And his magnificent i tombstone, which absorbed most of the widow's provision, was the envy of every I mourning neighbor. When Sophia died a year later, the doc tor declared it was the result of a broken I heart. She passed away with tho name of Eugezdo on her lip6.—London Ban. Juxt So. I Wily Money Lender—You want £100. I Here's tho money! I charge you 5 per cent a month, and you want it for a year. That just leaves £40 coining to you. Innocent Borrower—Then, if I wanted i it for two years there'd be something com 1 ing to you, eh?—London Judy. IMMlliJ! AVege table Preparation for As similating the Food and Regula ting the Stomachs andBowela of Infants /C hildkkn Promotes Digestion,Cheerful ness and Rest.Contains neither Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. Kot Nahcotic. Buffm of Old TtSAMUELPITtmft PumpJcui Seti" Mx.Senna JtoifaUt SJit Anise Seed JYprrrmint JiiCarionaltSeJm* ftann Strd flarifwl Sugar A perfect Remedy forConstipa tion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions,Feveri sh ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Tac simile Signature of NEW YORK. Alb months old JJ Dosrs 351-1 i"» EXACT COPT OF WRABPEB. DiorKlngr For Flih. The natives of Kuttiar, in Africa, are in tho habit of digging every year, iu the summer, the dry banks of the Ver gel river for Osh, which they dig out by hundreds, just as they would potatoes. The mud lumps are broken open and tho fish, perhaps N or 10 inches long, will always be found alive, and often frisky, as if just removed from its sup posedly native element—the water. In the dry beds of several African rivers a similar practice is often pursued. A kind of mud fish buries itself whiie the bottom is still moist, and remains there nil the summer, waking up when the rains commence again. By the howls emanating from it, we judge that the baby is not cutting teeth, but that the teeth are cutting the baby. —Philadelphia Times. 90«ae«««* TH TUC II V \Af CVI V TDIQIIkIC I nC 111 I ill ing to every member of every family. 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