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Mr. Bramblee made a trip to
Pierre a few days ago
Wouldnt it be a good idea to
start another prairie fire?,,
Fred Stoll threshed a good crop
of oats during the past week
«T. W. Cass of Fairbank has pur
chased a five passenger Haynes car
Time to be getting ready for
that visit to the State Fair next
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Whitlock
were over from the Burg for a
short visit
Mrs. R. B. Ellis and daughter
Miss Bea have been doing some
Henry Briscoe and son of Gor
man returned from a visit out west
with relatives
Frank Wall and Gus Franciene
of Agar were in the City enroute
to Eagle Butte
Miss Hanson will be the guest of
Mrs. L. Oliver while teaching our
school this winter
Tom Barnes was over with Mil
ton Roseland of Seneca who will
work for the former on his ranch
Ed Speer from Iowa was an over
Sunday visitor here and at his old
stamping grounds on his Artichoke
Quite a large quantity of wild
plums and other fruit are being
shipped from river points to Get
Chas. Settle and fotnily of Mea
dow were here over night return
ing from a visit with friends around
Win. D. Hodgkiss of LaPlant
was a pleasant visitor at the Press
office and joined the Press family
of subscribers
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Currier and
children, from near Onida, visited
at the home of G. A. Bramblee and
family Saturday
Frank Smith took a party of In
dians up to attend the Dewey
County Fair at Timber Lake.
Koy Gates accompanied them
Twentyfive or more people, with
five autos, from Sedgwick, Hyde
co, composed a picnic party who
were here the first of the week
D. J. O'Keefe of Gettysburg is
busily engaged in renovating and
remoaeling hi.s old office prepara
to reengaging in the practice
of law*
Mr. And Mrs. Bird Fielder and
little son of Webster City, Iowa,
have been spending the past week
at Mrs. Fielder's uncle, John
Todd's home
Mr. J. J. Duncan and family,
Miss Milo Knight and Dr. Michael
were over from the Agency the
other evening visiting friends and
James Nelson and family from
Mitchell passed thru town enroute
to Dqpreer where his two sons re
side. They go out to visit the sons
regularly every fall.
Will Pence has got his new resi
dence up on the half section he re
cently bought of Chas. Swift, four
miles east of town and is moving
his household goods
Henry Lee of LaPlant was over
from the Agency Tuesday. He is
carrying hif arm in a sling as a
result of getting it broke last week
by being thrown from a horse
Mr. and -Mrs. Petty and little
daughter and Mrs. Petty's sister
Miss Garritson of Viola, Iowa,
have been spending a few days
with their cousin Glen Beaver of
Amir rn .x
.. school week.
pupils, beginners, report­
ed for the Forest City school are:
tfranoesGstes, Dorothy and Genie
Donir, Zelda Voorhes and Frankie
J£d§uUon was up from his
jfceb. B« Qpw has the contract
firiUibeef for theensuing fiscal
igger fain moved into
•i Joto Cooper residence at the
tfc^f wlwrejia is filing up
ire-of a tot of cattle this
E. B. Congdon has a new
man to work in the hay field
Ping" Newland was over from
Gettysburg Sunday to visit friends
James Spotted Horse and wife
transacted business in Gettysburg
last Saturday
Sam Mound and family left for
a trip to Crow Creek reservation
via'Blunt to visit some of their
Miss Esther Hempstead of Get
tysburg came over a few days ago
to fill a position in the Supt's office
as assistant stenographer
A. E. Ronne left on the train
Tuesday via Gettysburg for Cedar,
N. D. to visit his daughter Mrs.
Albert Marple and their little
& a
By an oversight The Press omit
ted to mention that Mrs. Henry
Olson's sister and two children ac
companied her on her return from
Messrs Dencker & Clark were
over to consult the Supt. in regard
to having their Merry-go-round at
the Indian Fair, in which they
Oscar Rousseau of LaPlant has
gone to Albany, Oregon, where he
has formed a partnership with an
other brother in the garage and
automobile business
Boss Carpenter J. G. Antrim
with a force of men have commen
ced the erection of an addition to
Charley Kensler's residence two
miles below the Agency
Miss Marie Congdon went to
Gettysburg Friday to make prepar
ations for assuming her position as
teacher in the high schooj there,
which term commcnced Monday
It is stated that the Sup't has re
ceived authority from Washington
for going ahead with the new sheep
sheds, but the next problem is
where to find the men to do the
Mr. Harold Bruce visited in
Gettysburg last Friday, while wait
ing for the train to come in with
his mother, who has been spending
her vacation in St. Paul, and his
cousin Miss Winnie Londroche
James Crowfeather and Andrew
Whiteface from near Eagle Butte
were down Tuesday in James' car.
The latter has his name neatly
painted on the windshield of hiis
car, with his address, Eagle Butte
Amede Rousseau and son Cam
ille went to Gettysburg Monday
where the latter took the train for
Haskell Institute. Lawrence, Kan
sas, to resume his studies. The
editor of The Press enjoyed a
pleasant ride over with them re
turning with Mr. Rousseau
Kiutus Jim met with a painful
accident in playing base ball at the
Dewey-co Fair, Timber Lake,
when he was struck on the nose by
afoul ball. The doctor pronoun
ced it a broken nose. Kiutus how
ever is getting along nicely and is
able to be around among his
friends. He is pasing away a por
tion of his idle time by reading
books from the Forest City Free
Circulating Library
See my new fall samples of
stylish suits. All tailor made and
guaranteed fit. Prices from $18
to $30. Paul Neilson, Gettysburg,
S. D.:-•
Some Forest City people had the
pastime of fighting prairie fire last
Friday forenoon, when afire that
had been set by lightning the night
previous, near Fred Schutterle's.
got into the river bottom south of
him. To make a long story short,
but one building was burned, that
one a haymakers shack. The
heaviest loser was C. F. Swift,
who lost some 800 tons of hay that
had been cut, besides considering
grazing. We understand je has
some hay land left that the fire
did not roach. Other losses were
of a minor nature
Rumors have been- rifs the past
week or more of several changes
tiie list of government officials
st the Agency fromhighest tolei#
est. In deference to those con
cern^d, 'The Press deems it im
prove? to givei.apj^ names as jet
limd c.
ienei*l |Jyaine8ft, caU, ,pton| pi
»•. -dK. k.
Rev, A. Fuerstenan, H. E. Na
than and H. J. Kundert, all ol
Akaska, gave The Press a pleasant
call while down on a visit to the
river. The first named is pastor
of the Lutheran church, while the
other two are merchants of the
place. We hope they will be able
to call again sometime
Catarrhal Deafuess Cannot Be Cured
by local applications as they ati
not reach the diseased portion of
the ear. There is only one way
to cure catarrhal deafness and
that is by a constitutional remedy.
Catarrhal Deafness is caused bv
an inflamed condition of the mu
cous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube is inflamed you
have a rumbling sound or imper
fect bearing, and when it is entire
ly closed deafness is the result.
Unless the inflamation can be re
duced and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever. Many cases of
deafness are caused by catarrh,
which is an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca
tarrh Medicine acts thru the blood
on the mucous surfaces of the
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Catarrhal
Deafness that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circu
lars free. All druggists, 75c.
F.J.CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O.
Notice of Foreclosure Sale
NOTICE is hereby given that default
has accrued in the conditions of that cer
tain mortgage containing a power of sale,
executed and delivered by D. J. O'Keefe,
mortgagor, to Joseph Hicks, mortgagee,
dated tne first day of March, 1910, tiled for
record in the Office of the Register of
Deeds of Potter County, South Dakota,
on the 15th day of March, 1910, at 1:45
D. m., and recorded in the records of said
Office in Book 31 of Mortgages at page 598,
and which said mortgage describes and
mortgages the.
Southeast quarter(SEJ^) of
Section Eleven(ll) in Township One-hun
dred -eighteen(118) north of range Seventy
seven (77) west of the Fifth Principal
Meridian, and was given to secure the
payment of the sum of Thir
teen hundred (81300.00) dollars, with
interest thereon at the rate of six
per cent per annum from the date of said
mortgage, three years after date of said
mortgage, according to the tenor
and effect of one certa'n prom-
Arrangements have been made
with the. thearle-Duffleld Display
Co. of Chicago for their wonderful
fireworks spectacle, "The War of
Nations." This represents the acme
of pyrotechnics. It IB presented on
an open air stage 450 feet long and
300 people take part In it. It pic
tures the siege and capture of a
city in Belgium. The place 1b strong
ly garrisoned It is defended by
forts and trenches. The long col
umns of the besieging army rush to
the attack. Siege guns flash and
thunder machine guns sweep the
hostile ranks with streams of fire
and death armored automobiles
train their rifles upon the enemy
bursting shells fill the air aero
planes and dirigibles manned by
living operators crowd the sky. The
town is swept by flames the Gothic
Never before in the history of
automobile raejng in the west have
such celebrated and well known
auto drivers entered in any event.
As the races upon the South Dakota
Btate Fair Speedway are
character, they have brought forth
talent unexpected by the ttinage
ment. These races are chwiiijplttn
ship events, sanctioned
the Inter­
national Motor Contest Association,
and in addition to the money which
the drivers will Win, points will be
awarded whleh
toward deciding
the dirt track championship for
1917. The prises in money and
trophies amount to over $3000.00.
The drivers entered to data are a*
follows: Fred Horey, holder of
world's records George
(Texas) Clark, possessor of four
world's record*, for short distance
tracks Jules
Snd Bob Cline of Columbus:
O. The cars that' will start In. these
events, hold a number of world's
records titd are tha Flat, Case, Brts
&6e, 8unbaam Special. Prince Henry,
and Seat The
&akota State
issory note in said mortgage de
scribed. and all taxes and assess
ments levied upon said premises before
the same became due or delinquent, by
reason of the failure of the said mortgagor
to pay the principal when the same be
came due or the Interest thereon or the
taxes levied upon and assessed against
said premises for the years 1915 and 1016,
which said taxes ana assessments have
been paid by said mortgagee, and the
amount now claimed to be due on said
mortgage at the date of this notice is the
sum of and the costs of these
foreclosure proceedings, and no action or
proceeding having been instituted at law
or otherwise to recover the debt secure
by iid mortgage or any part thereof:
Now. therefore, said mortgage will be
foreclosed and the premises in said mort
gage and herein and above described, or
so much thereof as shall bo nceessary,
willbesold by theSheriffof Potter County,
South Dakota, or his Deputy, at public
auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
tlie front door of th.i Court House of Pot
ter County. South Dakota, in the City of
Gettysburg in Potter County, South Da
kota, on Saturday, the 2lJth day of Sep
tember, 1917, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon
of said day, to satisfy th« amount due on
said mortgage and the costs of these fore
closure proceedings.
The South Dakota State Fair
opens Monday morning, September
10th at 9 o'clock, with every exhibit
in place. Monday the first day of
the Fair is designated as Automobile
Day and Children's Day, all children
under 14 years of age being admit
ted free on this day. There will be
auto races by drivers of national
reputation, with the fastest cars,
made, on this day only. The. great
fireworks spectacle, "War of Na
tions" will close the day's entertain
ment Write C. N. Mcllvaine, Sec
retary, Huron, for premium list.
and announcement of additional en
tries will be made through the daily
papers of the state. .These races, of
a National character, are held upon
Monday, the opening day of the
Fair, only.
Additional automobile races will
take place upon the South Dakota
State Fair Speedway
m. Friday, the
^of Minne­
apolis, one of .the most promising
drivers in the sport Ben Giroux,
noted French driver Floyd willard
of Albert Lea, Minn.. Champion of
the Sonthwest, who won. the South
western Bireepstakes at Dallas Texas,
Fair feel
with this excellent astry,
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Dated this 15th day of August, 1917.
Joseph Hicks, Owner and holder
of said Mortgage.
I R. L. Flickinger, his Attorney.
John Herbison, Sheriff of
Potter County, South Dakota.
Dep't of the Interior U. S. Land Office
at Pierre, S. D., Aufeust 14,1917.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Sidney S. Wager of Forest City, S. D.
who on April 12, 1911, made H. E. No.
011050 for NE^ section 33 township 118
North, Range 79 West, 5th P. M. has filed
notice of Intention to make final five year
proof, to establish claim to the land above
described, before Harry Bolinger. the
Clerk of Courts at Gettysburg. S. D. on
the 22nd day of September, 1917.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William Ripley, of Forest City, S. D.,
Arthur Comeau of Forest City, S. D.,
Hugh V. Wager of Gettysburg S. D.,
Thomas C. Barnes of Gettysburg, S. D.
7T. E. KELLEY, Register.
Dep't of the Interior, U.S. Land Office
at Pierre S.
August 14,1917.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Clara C. Moulton of Gettysburg, S. D.,
who on May 14,1912 made H. E. No. 01.1419
for N^ NEK, .SEk NE^ section 19 and
S\VJ£ NWk' of section 20 township 119 N.
Range 78 West 5th P. M. has filed notice
of Intention to make final five year proof,
to establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Harry Bolinger, Clerk of
Courts at Gettysburg, S. D., on the 22nd
day of September, 1917. Claimant names
as witnesses:
Fred Schutterle, Duncan McKay, Hugh
McKay all three of Forest City, S D. and
Ted Lake of-Eales, S. D.
J. E. KELLEY, Register.
Cathedral falTs, public edifices crum
ble down in one vast ruin. Soon the
prosperous city is in ashes. Then
immediately ifr shown two tabeleaux,
one "The Horrors of War" then
"The Blessings of Peace." This is
followed by a most elaborate and
gorgeous display of Twentieth Cen
tury fireworks.
3 o'clock p.
last day
of the
and in order to give an opportunity
to those who do not feel that they
can compete in the big races with
the cars and drivers that are always
entered, the following speed prograri
has beeh arranged:
$260.00 purse, and championship
of 8outh Dakota, for Ford cars,
open to the World. 10 miles. 910.00
entry fee, money divided First 60%.
second 15*, third 15%.
$380.00. purse fot non-stock oafs.
10 miles, open to the World, $10.00
entry fee, money divided same as
above. Any make of car can be
The rules of the* International
Motor Contest Association to govern.
Writ# to C. "N. Mcllvaine, Secretary,
Huron, «. D., tor entry blanks
Mfctoecyde lUcee: 1101.00 pwee
fpr motorcycle rao«. 10 mites, im
mediately follpwiag the auto races
Friday P. M.. September 14th. Open
reetdentj. of Sonth
tojey divided, fast tOft,
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Dtkol* oaly.
"fr^%"'VV"' r**1 Y*-^
For North Riverside School District No.
#S ?Lv°ttet county, South Dakota,
for the year beginning July i, 1916, and
ascertained upon
settlement witn the treasurer of said dis
Balance on hand July 1,1910 S 545.01
Received from all sources 1154.15
Receipts 1699 76\
Teachers wages £322.r0
I-'or all other purposos 769 4ti
Total expenditures.... 1091 96
Balance on hand June 30, l'jlt}, 607 SO
Total to balance receipts 1699.76^
This balanceon hand K507.80 is deposited
in N at a 3 an at a
Gettysburg, South Dakota.
Dated this 17th day of July. 1917.
Chairman of School District board :v
Take the Red 8? Yellow
and CUEYESKE AU1£\'. i*
Mail and Express Line
connecting with the 1:55 train, also 3:10
train, if notified.
Phone orders to 91 call 2, GettysburgSD(y
When in Gettysburg, STOP At
All You Can Eat for
Office "on road to Court House"
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IV •.
Oilice—over First National Bank
Please phone or write for appointment.
O. G. Blakeslee,
QETTfsBVm^ 8. D.
Eyes exaniined free
Get your eyes diagnosed on my new
Geneva Ophtholmoscope and kotinoscope
All Work Guaranteed
1 also keep an endless variety of
Musical Mercliandlse Souvenir7
Cards-& Indian Curios
1 1 1
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SUBSCRIPTION Price. $1.50 pec snoodi"
Cosnniunicati'ons an) Items solicited
from ouueaders, which must reach us by
Wgloesday night to insure-prompt public-
Entered as second class matter at the
Postoftice at Fcffest CityD.
Gettysbui'g S D.

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