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Collections given prompt "Dlion. TLEY, LAWYEH. SCO ATTORN E Y-AT-L A U\ Police Justice of the Peace 3D NOTARY PUBLIC, and Collections promptly at to. b)e, Thad L. Fuller & FI LLER, Attwriievs at Law, Milbank, S. D. '••Beoarts in the state. Office in Wood Bros. Block. BJNSON, Physician and Surgeon, MILBANK, S. D. V'K ,t WILLIAMS, STOCK DEALERS, Milbank, 8. p. 'I Hogs received every Saturday at id Corona Highest market price kiuds of stock. -4^ 00,000 First Nov. 11. Last Dec. 23. OTK'K OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE _ITI SALE. Whereat, default has occurred it) tli-conditions of a iiiortn«u'* gifen bv Holt'iic OtD-Miuhl an1 Hotolf Ottcrd.-.hl (her huslmmi) Hiram i). Upton, dated Juno IHth, mortgage, tier with the power of sale there i n c.o tit aiiied. was recorded in the office of the register of deeds in Grant county and elate of South Dakota. June ,tnli, Iniuj. at, ll:i*» o'clock, a_ in in book 29 of inoiti."H_'es, on p«^ei» :k I anil 370, whicli mortgage wan assigned liysiiid Hiram 1). I'pton to Emily K Smith, bv uu as-L'i:nieDt in writinj .datfd May 3d, ls'JT, and recorded In the office of said register of deeds, on October lfth. IS'.'S, and recorded in book 4ti of Mortgages, on page t13. A ml whereas there is claimed to be due upon sum inongMge at this date, including taxes for the year 1H«C. the sum of four hiridred and lifty 8even and i-10ll dollars, and no action or pro ceeding having been instituted at law to recover the debt secured by suid mortgage, or atiy pait thereof: N'ow, therefore, Notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of the premises decribed in said mortgage, viz,.: Lot numbered three (3), in block numbered tweuty eiglit in the firs1 addition to the village of Alilbank Junction, now city of Miilmnk, in said county, which sale will be made by the slier,fl'of said county, at the ''rout door of the court house, in Milbank. in said county. December 31st, Icl'S, at in o'clock n. ., nt public auction, to the highest bidder lor cash, to pay s.-iid debt, inter est anil tuxes if an v, on said premises, and $10 attorney's fees, and the disbursements allowed iy law, subject to redemution as provided by law. Dated at Watertown, s. D., November 1st, 1808. EMILY E. SMITH, Assignee of Mortgagee. GEORGE W. CASE, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, First Nov. 25 Last Dec. 10. NOTICE DAY ADVENTIST— Sabbath HTer v Saturday at 11:00 a. Bi •nd'sneial meeting at l'» m. All are tiled lo attend these meetings. M.-MILBANK LODGE No. 20, -d meeting* at Masonic Hall, on sy tTenini! of each month, \isiting w cordially invited to attend. t. See. GEORGE MITCHCIX. W. M. ARCIL MASONS, MILBANK er No l"1 Stated convocations sec rtk Thursday of each mouth, cum pan ions ^rdmily^invited. gs her Chapter No. 20. Stated meet Second and Fourth Monday of each iMmic ^'MRS ALMA WATBOS, M. W. j,W. Ash ton, Sec. -SYLVAN LODGE No. 54 every Tuesday evening at I. O. u. ii2 brethren cordially invited Joutt J. FAUSKT, frjcfr Hobie Grand, etary. DEGREE, Harmony Lodge, Regular meetings second and tfaya at I. O O. F. Hall. EMMA CARRICK, W. ASTELMAN, Noble Grand Secretary. W Secnrity Lodge No. 1. Meets and third Mondays In Workman H. J. BENEDICT, !K»SLEY, Master Workman, Recorder. I OF HONOR—Protection Lof'ge in A. O. U. W. hall first and third moDth. FOR PUBLICATION*.—LAUD office at Watertown, S. I)., Nov. 1H. ISLL.H Notice is hereby given that tile following tamed settler has tiled notice of his Intention to nuike homestead final proof in support of his daim, and that said proof will he made before \V. 1'revey. clerk of Cu.irts at Milbank, IS. D., on December 30, 1S! N, viz: JOHN CHALOUPKA, H. E. No. 21140 for the S'j of NW^ A Y?Vt of ISW'i of section township 120. ran^e 50. He names the following witnesses fo prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: John I'lcliu, Henry Kirchill, Jacob Busta. (ieorge Egermeyer, all" of Twin Brooks, s. Dak. N Default hus been made tu the payment of the principal and interest of the promissory notes, one o: and'Jj-ioo dollars, due on the first day of October, 1S9S. and interest at ten per cent per annum from October 30th, l^yr, and one note of tt and 40-100 dollar-., due oil the first day of October. IS'JH. Opera IS'III, which H. A. K\BROCK, Register. Dec 16. Jan. !». OTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure, in the case of Yankton College (a corporatiau) vs. Sveu N. Kjeuaas, Mary Kjeuaas. William M. Sargent, Dabney W Dig^'S. Ida E. Sanborn, The Farmers Hank of Milbank. Fuller Johnson Manufacturing onipar.y and William Jennings as sheriff of Grant county, in the circuit court in and for lirant county, Fifth Judicial circuit State of Soutli Dakota, on the IHth day of November, J8US. mid an execution issued upon said judg ment, the subscriber, as Sheriff, will sell at public auction. at the front door of the court house, in the town of Miilmnk, county of Grant, South Dakota, on the 1Mb day of January, 1899, at ten o' lock in the forenoon of that day. the mortgaged premises situated in the connty of Grant. South Dakota, and directed to be sold, in said .judgment and execution and therein de scribed as follows: The northwest quarter of section thirty-two (32). township one hundred and eighteen (ll*h of rang.- forty-nine (4!i), or i) much thereof as may be sufficient, to satisfy aid .judgment and costs, amounting in all to the siim of six hundred and seventy and 90-100 dollars, with interest thereon from the date of said judgmeut. and all accruing costs of sale. Dated at Milbank, S. .Dec. 14, 1K«IH. WILLIAM JENNINOS. Sheriff of Grant county, S. D. GAMBLE & DILLON,Att'ys for Plaintiff. (CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE.—Name of Mortgagee, Charles Ketiher. Name of Mortgagors, i'auliua llamliiig and I'erre Him ling. Mortgage MAY owned by the above named mortgagee. Date of Mortgage, October l!0th, 1S9T. tiied November 1st, 1*97, at H:3o a. in in the office or the register of deeds of Grunt coun ty ,South Dakota, as No '.27708. Amount due up on mortgage at this date is §570 and 73-100 dol lars. principal and iutereSt and interest at eight per cent per annum Irom October30, 1897, secured bv said mortgage. 'Notice is hereby given, that under and by vir tue of the stat ute in such case made aud pro vided, the said chattel mortgage will be fore closed bv a sale at public auction by the mort gagee i r'his agent of the city of Milbank, in the county of Grant, and state South Dakota, on Saturday, the thirty first day of December, A. D. 1S9*. at two o'clock iu the afternoon of that day at the front door of Liniimnst & Johnson s ma chine shed, at the the city of Milbank, in said county, and state of South Dakota, tht personal property described in sfeid mortgage as follows, to wit: 3S0 bushels and 10 pounds n#t. No. 1 Northern wheat 1 ba gelding colt, about GEO. b»ck rooms over Weddell's ataurant Milbank, S. D. atteotioD paid to soiiestiom. 8. Rix, Att'y for Mortgagee, Milbank,S. Dak. Patents taken through Munii tpeciat notice, 8 to loan on Farm or City property,at west Rate of Interest, for any length of time or Oil the installment plan. H. BEHTLEY, Lawyer, Milbank,8. D. awyer's Wild Cherry and s not disagree with the but is the safest and ective of any cough med °wn.—At N. ,J. Bleser's A Livery! Utilise our Malt* is GOUI) RIGS, GOOD STABLING, REASONABLE PRICES. All teams left at this stable will teceire care ful attention. Fred Fitch P.LnKD4UI$T Farm Loans and Insurance. Desirable farms for sale on easy terms or on crop payment plan. Milbank, So. Itak E, P. .TIESME It N. J. BLESER, E. P. Mesmer & Co. Jewelers JEWELERY, SILVERWARE, WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c. Repairing given prompt attention. Bargains. First class Over Shoe, Three Buckle, in Small sizes. Worth $1.75. at $1 10 Also a Low Cut Over Shoe Worth $1.00 at tSO cents Remember these are First Class Goods, only in Small sizes. Childrens Felt Shoes at Cost. ANTELMAN, The HarnesB A Shoe Man. The Latest 1 i —call on— 'A years old 1 bay mare, about 15 years old 1 bay mare, about 10 years old, named "Kate."' Dated at Milbank, S. Dec. -1st, 1*98. CHARLES BKTCHER. Owner of Mortgage. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE PATENTS To Loan on Grant and Roberts Coun ty Farms, payable at our Bank in in stallments, One- Fifth or One-Tenth ea«Ji year. DESIGNS .... COP Y RIGHTS AC. Anyone spndlnu a sketch and description may oulckly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention in probably patentable. Communica tions strictly contidential. Handbook on I atenta •ant free. Oldest agency for securing patents. DON 1 Co. receive without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely illustrated weekly, freest cir- MUNN & Co.3®"""""* Hew Ynrit Branch Office, 625 St., Washington. D. C. ili If in wantof anything in the Furniture fl! ft line, or in the latest and prettiest fk patterns of I O "J Wall Papef I or any color of house or faraiture i[ Paint, }L SCIIXABEL. $100,000 Renew any old Loans before calling or writ ing us. 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. Rates as Low as the Lowest. It will pay you to investigate our terms and rates before giving any one your signature for a loan. Our terms are made to suit the borrower. Our MILBANK business is all trasacted in Thomas L. Bouck's Office where you will lind us represented at any time. G-OX-IID CO. Land and Loan Brokers, Big Stone City, S. D. Farmers Bank. Milbank, S. D. NAN WAS EIGHT. They were very much in love, Ethel Wynne and Percy—at least Ethelwynne was, ind in the secret recesses of her mind and heart 6he felt pretty sure that Percy was too. These weren't really their names, but this is a story aliout people right hero In Cincinnati it wouldn't do to give their rig I :t names. Percy had srid several things which, by a person of sentimental temperament, might have been classed in the "serious list but, then, they were also loopholes of escape if you chooso to look at it in that Way. Ho had looked a great many things, too, but Kthehvynno was wise in her genera tion and knew that looks don't count. Percy was bashful. There was no doubt of that. Times without number had she given him the best chances in the world to tell her that he loved her, and he had not told her. She had lured him into the most dimly lit corners at the "proposal parties," whicli all the girls were having. She had half pretended to take his play proposal seriously, but that hadn't been successful she remembered with a sting of wounded vanity that ho had actually seemed relieved when his five minutes were up and he had gone on to propose to the next girl. She was pretty sure that ho loved her, but she wanted to be surer. She based her belief upon solid facts. Percy had a good deal of sense, she reflected, although not as bright as some. If attention went for anything, he certainly must, be serious. He was good for tho theater at least one night a week had eaten expensive lunch eons with her as often as she would con sent to meet, him down town and make his midday meal happy ho had sent her in numerable boxes of candy and dozens of flowers. Indeed he had always "given her a good time" in every way he could. "What do all these things mean?" ar gued Ethelwynne silently to herself, "QJC oept that he is really in earnest?" And as yet he had not proposad! •What could she do? Her best friend, Dorothy, had just come engaged and was receiving tho "best wishes" of a few of her most intimate friends, the public announcement not having yet been made. "It is to be formally announced at my dinner tomorrow night," said Ethel wynne's cousin, Mrs. Jack Mather, a dashing young matron, who had married a lot of property, with a brainless youth attached, and now wanted every one else married too. "I'll have the favors heart shaped, The dinner was a great success. Tho announcement of Dorothy's engagement to her clever young doctor had been re ceived with great applause aud some con sternation among two or three girls who had secretly adored the doctor themselves and whose eloquent glances at each other meant in the feminine cipher code: "The sly thing! How did she do it?" They drank the health of the newly en gaged couple and showered them with congratulations, and then—then Mrs. Jack rose, held high her glass and said, "I'm sura you will all join me in wishing the bost of success also to my cousin, Miss Allyn, and Mr. Chippendale." Everybody looked a trifle queer, Peroy noticeably so. Ethelwynne was demurely oonfused. It had hardly been an announce ment—and yet it had. After a moment of dazed surprise the guests came to the rescue, repeated the congratulations and drank to the health of Ethelwynne and Percy even in more cheerful fashion than before. They even rose from the table, and with laughter and jests returned to the drawing room. "Oh, Mr. Bennett," said Ethelwynne a few minutes later. "Oh, do you think it will get into the papers? Whatever would I do?" (Mr. Bennett was connected with one of the city dailies.) "Why not?" he said with a meaning look anti a smile. "Isn't it all right? They are always put there,, you know. You mustn't be so modest." "Oh, well, you see, yes, of course, It's— but then, don't you know, it's so very— dear me, here comes Mr. Chippendale now. Oh, please, Mr. Bennett"— "Miss Allyn," said Percy in a solemn tone, "can you give me a few minutes? Thero's something I want to say to you." A half hour later they emerged from the music room looking a hundred times more oonfused and conscious than they had at the table, but withal very happy. As they passed an alcove where John Bennett was flirting desperately with a pretty dark eyed girl in a blue gown Ethelwynne lean ed over, touched him on tho shoulder and said, "Do you know, Mr. Bennett, I don't believe I should mind so much, after all." The next morning Mrs. Jack Mather received a letter which contained only a clipping from the morning paper. It read: "The engagement is announced of Miss Ethelwynne Allyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Allyn, to Mr. Percy Chippen dale. Tho wedding is set for an early date." And across the margin was written In Ethel Wynne's scrawling hand: "Nan, you are all right."—Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Firm and the Small Boy. The box in tho Are engine house indi cates when the alarm Is turned In the neighborhood of the blaze. But the driv ers of the engine and hoso cart and hook and ladder wagon rely upon the small boy and the man on the street who has noth ing to do to learn the exact place. When the drivers get within two or three blocks of the tiro, they look for tho small boy who has come to meet them. He swings his cap and shouts, and the man on the nearest corner to the fire points the way and yells to the drivers in some cases the number of the building. In case of a false alarm this small boy often shouts to the driver of the engine to slow up, as the Are is off, and the driver nearly always takes his word. "I've been driving ten years from this house," said the man who had uuhitched after a fool run, "and I never had one of them gamins or anybody else give me the wrong steer. You know the old story about the fairies being good to the Irishf Well, everybody's square *lth tlremen. New York Sun. CAS TJ E N U I N E be I think," she said. "Wouldn't you?" .Just at that moment Ethelwynne hated Dorothy. "By the way, honey," continued Mrs. Jack, "when are you and young Chippen dale going to get serious? Seems to me you're going along at awfully slow pace. Just like this la6t winter this time. What's the matter? I believe I'll just take a hand at this myself and hurry things along. Don't you want me to announce your engagement tomorrow night, too, and see what will come of it?" Ethelwynne was stunned for a moment, but she rallied quickly, and, with flushed cheeks and shining eyes, said, "Nan, I'll dure you to!" The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 yCars, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. The first permanent military foroe in England was the king's guard of yao* men, established in 1486. 9«oeeee«* o 0 and Allow no 0110 to deceive you in this. 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