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The pioneer-review. [volume] (Philip, Haakon County, S.D.) 1920-current, August 05, 1920, Image 9

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More than 2 times as big as Omaha.
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Creations of modern times.
WRITE FOR BOOK ONE (it is free)
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SURE, WE'RE GOING!
You'll call them the finest exhibits in the world when
e 8outh Dakota State Fair, Hurdn, September 13-18.
Make farming rajr! That, In s) ort, Is the slogan of the big educationaf program
t»t is b«lr.*c put on by the South Dakota State Fair.
A visit to t)it fair Is like taking a short course at an agricultural college. It
aax^s a person new ideas. This ear it will show the farmer how to improve eondi
tHns on liia own farm. The fair's mission is to educate. It is a big institution which
IS striving to stimulate interest, increase production, and make farming pay.
Probably one of the most interesting departments of fair is boys ana girls club
5? B'rls engaged in this work produced crops last year valued at more
than 120,000,000. Realizing the far reaching effects of this movement, special
emphasis is being placed on the BOya' and Girls' exhibits by the South Dakota State
In the Ajrricultural building will be found the greatest display of agricultural
exhibits ever shown at one time In the Northwest. The dispiav will be made up of
exhibits from Fall River, Haakon, Stanley, Sully. Potter, Hand. Perkins. Rrown,
Union. Tripp. McCook, and Yankton Com'ties, together with the Boys' and (Jlrls
Corn and potato club exhibits Extension Department exhibit Brookings College
display which will cover an entire wing I'niversUy of South Dakota exhibit The
State Food & Drug Department State Twine & Cordage exhibit, and the Mammoth
exhibit of the Extension Department of the Armour Institute.
The common potato lias come into its own this year and the State Fair has
tnerea-sod the premiums upon this class of exhibits and to further assist this great
figure in the maintenance of human life have decided td show a Special Exhibit of
potatoes in the Agriculture building.
/"\rtr profit on a MM of bliicter
twine doesn't amount to much
-—in fact, it is probably consider*
ably smaller than any other merchant would
accept on any sale of equal volume.
course, there are some brands of twine on
which ^we'd make more money than
we do on
Deering
wouldn't be
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fleering twine
considerably by supplying our customers with
this reliable high-quality product because of th$
greater satisfaction
It
means a good deal tons to have your good
will. That's why we prefer to sell you good
Deering Twine
^Guaranteed for weight, drength and length.
KERTZMAN & HARVEY
Ilile8ville, South Dakota
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stores of Sioux City alone employ 2
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house handling 22 different makes
reach
a. They bring to their patrons
the greatest markets in th«
a
wide variety of the
A Monument to the City's Greatness
Its retail stores are mighty factors in making the city a
fireat market-—a complete, welf-rounded commercial center—your
logical trading center. Service, progress, vigorous effort—thoee
*re the keynotes of the retailers and the keynotes Sioux City.
Know Sioux City Better!
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Notice of Mortgage foreclosure
Sale.
Default exists on a mortgage ex
ecuted by Daniel P. Ward and
Mary Ward, mortgagors, to M. D.
Cameron, mortgagee, dated Febr
uary 9th, 1910, and recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds
of Stanley County, South Dakota,
on the 19th day of February,
1910, in book 38 of Mortgages on
Page 589, mortgaging the North
east Quarter of Section Twenty
(20) Township Three (3) North of
Range Twenty-four (24) East of
the Black Hills Meridian, in Haa
kon County, formerly a part of
Stanley County, South Dakota,
which mortgage was thereafter
assigned by an instrument in
writing dated February 23rd,
1910, to Annie Miller of Galena,
Illinois, and thereafter assigned
by an instrument in writing dat
ed July 2nd, 1920, to Peters Tru&t
Company of Omaha, Nebraska,
The amount due on said mortgage
at the date of this notice is Nine
Hundred Three and H-f§j0 ($903.09)
Dollars, besides statutory attor
neys fees in the sum of Twenty
five ($25.00) Dollars.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that said mortgage will be fore
closed by a public sale of said pre
mises on the 30th day of August,
1920, at ten o'clock A. M., at the
front door of the court house in
the City of Philip in said Haakon
County.
Dated 'at Fort Pierre, South
I)akdta» this 20th' day of July,
1920.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY,
Mortgagee.
F. W. Lambert, Attorney for
Mortgagee, Fort Pierre, S. D.
July 22-29 Aug. 5-12-19—26
Standard Plymouth Twine 17 cts
per pound at Farmers Elevator
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office, Pierre, South Dak
ota, June 10, .1920.
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Notice is hereby given that as
directed by the Commissioner of
the General Land Office, under
provisions of Sec. 2455, .S., pur
suant to the application of Clyde
Daly, of Plum Creek, S. D., Serial
No. 015620, we will offer at public
sale, to the highest bidder, but at
not less than $3.00 per acre, at
10:00 o'clock A. M., on the 19th
day of August, 1920, next, at this
office, the following tract of land:
NH NW1*, Sec. 27 T. 5N., R. 21
E. B. H. M.
The sale will not be kept open,
but will be declared closed when
those present at the hour named
have ceased bidding. The person
making the highest bid will be re
quired to immediately pay to the
Receiver the amount thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
the above described land are ad
vised to file their claims, or objec
tions on or before tlte time de
signated for sale.
John T. Cogan, Register. 7-15 8-12
PUBLIC LAND SALS*
Department of the In tenor, U.
S. Land Office, Pierre, S. D., June
19, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that, as
directed by the Commissioner oft
the General Land Office, under
provisions of Sec. 2455, R. S., p«r-1
suant to the application of John
H. Cowen of Philip, S. D., Serial'
No. 015634, we will offer at public
sale, to the highest bidder, but
at not less than $3.00 per acre, at
10:00 o'clock A. M., on the 20th
day of August, 1920, next, at this
office, the following tract of land:
SWV4 SEH Sec. 1.9, T. 2N., R. 20
E. B. H. M.
The sale will not be kept open,
but will be declared closed when
those present at the hour flamed"
have ceased bidding. The person
making the highest bid will be re
quired to immediately pay to the
Receiver the amount thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
the above-described land are ad
vised to file their claims, or objec
tions, on or before the time de-
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signated for sale.
John T. Cogan, 7-15 8-12
Notice to Creditors
State of South Dakota, County
of Haakon, SS.
In the matter of the Estate of
Andy Skaggs, Deceased.
In County Court.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, Cleveland Skngifs, ad
ministrator of the estate of Andy
Skaggs, deceased, to the creditors
of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased to ex
hibit them with the necessary
vouchers within four months after
the first publication of this notice
to the said Cleveland Skaggs, ad
ministrator, at the office of R. A.
Bielski, in the Bank of Philip
Building, at the City of Philip,
County of Haakon, State of South
Dakota.
Dated at Philip, South Dakota,
this 10th day of July, 1920.
Cleveland Sifaggs, Administrator
of the Estate of Andy Skaggs, De
ceased.
R. A. Bielski, Attorney for Pet
itioner. july 15 aug 5
BEWARE!
Catte are getting fat. Don't
lose them with blackleg. Use Dr.
O. M. Franklin's Germ Free ^Ser
um. (Kansas Bleakleg Serum Co.)
The only guaranteed serum on the
market. Order today. R. J. Solon
Interior, S. D. Agent for Jackson,
Haakon and Washabaugh counties.
37 2t
Maying Outfit For Sale.
Two hay bucks, one overshot
stacker and one six foot Minneso
ta mower. See J. D. Morrison, El
bon or E A. Morrison, Philip. 31 2t
Farei* Elevator will handle
Plymocth Twine this season. The
name "Plymouth" is a guarantee
that the quality will be good.
ITon't be misled by very cheaply
priced tires, ibr
tire
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tire3
True Goodyeaf*' rriileagc^tlc *kiomy^
are
built into Goodyear
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devoted to these sizes.
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Fabric, All'Weather 1 read you arc asked to pay for tubt-s of less merit—wliy risk co«tly
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For Sale: Two good bi? work
teams with harness. Inquire at
Haakon County Cream Producer's
Ass'n.
cost
of what tin service costs in
thef
sizes,'
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largest tire factory'
Ir you own. a Ford, Chevrolet, Dott,
Maxwell or other car taking o:ie
thesecizes, youcan
equip i£v/i..hCood
year Tires at your nparcst-Service
Station*
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these tires madepossiblehyGootlyear's
resources, experience and demon
strated expertness in tire manufacture.
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State o'f Sooth Dakota County
of Haakon, In County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Joseph Neville, Deceased.
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NOTICE^
It appearing to this court from
the petition of J. E. Kurka the
administrator of the estate of
Joseph Neville, deceased that it is
necessary and that it would be for
the advantage, benefit and best in
terests of the estate and those in
terested therein, to sell the whole
of the live stock in the said estate
for the purpose of raising funds
to pay outstanding indebtedness
and costs of administration and
for the reason that the said live
stock is an expence to the estate
and not the source of any income
thereto
Therefore notice is hereby given
to all persons interested in the
said estate to appear before this
court on the 7th day of August,
1920 at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
office of the County Judge in the
City of Philip, Haakon County,
South Dakota, and then and there
show cause why said petition
should not be granted and an or
der made authorizing such sale.
Dated at Philip, South Dakota
the 24th day of July, 1920*
By the Court:
O. K. WHITNEY,
County Judge.
Attest:
A. S. ANDERSON, f3erk
July 29—Aug 5
Notice for Bids.
Notice is hereby given that bids
will be received by the clerk of
Grandview School District No.
Jackson county South Dakota, for
furnishing eight tons of soft coil,
the same to be delivered at tho
East School House of®said Dis*
trict. Bids must spet?ify ki"d of
coal and be in the hands of th«*
clerk on or before August 20th*
1920.
Esther B. William*'Clerk. P4
Cottonwood, S. D. 3? 3t
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