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Notice to Creditors.
State of South Dakota, County
•f Haakon, SS.
In County Coutft*'
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Estate of John T» De
based.
"Notice is hereby given that Alvin
Wagogner, administrator, of the
estate of John Smith, deceased,
to the creditors of fcnd all person*
having claims against the said de
ceased to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said admin
istrator at the office of Philip &
Waggoner, attorneys at law, in
the Bank of Philip Building, in
the City of Philip, in the County
of Haakon, State of South Dakota,
wheh otfice said administrator se
lects as his place of business for
•II matters connected with tile ad
ministration of said estate.
Dated September 2, 1920.
.A Kin Waggoner, Administrator
of the Estate of John T. Smith,
dfeccased.
Philip and Wag-goner, Attorneys
for Adminstrator. sep 0-30
H. LEEDOM. Auctionm
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Notice of Mortgage
Sale.
Ten head of
Foreclosure
Default having been made in the
payment of the principal and the
interest due on the money secured
by a mortgage, dated 24th of July,
1914, executed by Frank Harris and
Julia Harris, his wife, mortgagors
to R. C. Peters of Omaha, Nebras
ka, which mortgage was recorded
in the office of the Register of
Derds of Stanley County, South
Dakota, on the 3rd day of August
1914, at nine o'clock A. M., in
Book 94 of Mortgages on page 459
therof.
The name of the first assignee
of said mortgage is A. B. Pratt,
which assignment was recorded in
the office of the Register of Deeds
of Haakon County, on the 15th
day of September, 1920, at 8
o'clock A. M. in Book K 1 of Mor
tgages on page 125 thereof. z
That no action or proceedings
at law or otherwise have been in
stitued or commenced to collect
the amount due on said mortgage
or any part thereof that said
mortgage contains a power of sale
fhe following described property will !w sold at Public Auction at ifee Hugh
Stiles place, 2 miles north and mile west of Milesville, S. D.
•on© head of Cattle
15 Milch cows, 3 to 8 years old 13 Yearlings, 7 steers and
6 heifers 3 3-year old steers 8 spring calves
1 2-yr. old heifer 1 2-yr. old steer
1 TWO YEAR OLD GELDING, 1 TERSE YEAR OLD SADDLE KARE, 2 FOTJR
Y IAR OLD MARES, 2 FIVE YEAR OLD MARES, 1 NINE YEiSR OLD MARE, 1
I! iiiAR OLD GELDING, 1 FIFTEEN YEAS OLD GELDING, 1 FOUR YEAR
OLD GELDING.
Thirty Head of Hogs-Good Thrifty Stock
3 BEARING and i 2-YEAR OLD BROOD SOWS. 2( HEAD SPRING PIGS
Several acres of Corn and cane in field. 22 tons of Alfalfa lxay. 20 tons wild i&y.
100 White Leghorn Hens
Farm Machinery
On# 1916 model Ford Touring car, one Farm Truck, 3 inch Mresj 8 wagons 1
8-foot
Deering Binder in good repair 2 Deering mowers 1 2-section and one 3
section harrow 1 International droper 2 sulky plows with extra breaker bottom
1 breaking plow 2 8-foot discs 1 corn planter with 90 rods check row wire 2 6
sli ovel riding plows 4 sets double harness 1 set single harness 1 forge, anvil and
tools, post drill, etc 1 cream separator, 1 Radio Round Incubator and Brooder
both new 150 bushels barley 90 bushels spelts.
Household Goods
1 No. 15 DeLaval cream separator-new last year 1 range 1 cook stove 2 heat
ers 2 3-burner oil stoves 1 Packard organ 1 9x12 foot. Brussells rug 1 100-piece
set of dishes kitchen cabinet beds tables chairs writing desks book cases and
ether articles.
A General Closing Out Sale s
JFREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON. SALE BEGINS AT 10:00 O'Clock A.
TERMS:—All sums under $10.00^ cash without discount. Sums over $10.00,
tlx months time will be given at 10 per cent interest. 3 per discount.
•Hugh Stiles &
J. Mi Laughlin
OWNERS
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due on'said mortgage at the date
that the amount claimed to be
of this notice is the sum of Five
hundred Eighty-Two and 60-100
dollars, principal and interest, to
gether with s^tutory attorneys
fee in the amount of $25.00, a tot
al of Six Hundred Seven and 60-100
dollars.
Now therefore notice It hereby
given that by virtue of the power
of sale contained in said mortgage
and in pursuance of the statute,
the said mortgage will be fore
closed by a s ale of the mortgaged
premises therein described at pub
lic auction for cash at the front
door of the Court House in the
.City of Philip, Haakon County,
South Dakota, by the sheriff of
the said county on Saturday the
30th day of October, 1920, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon of that
day.
The mortgaged premises to be
sold aforesaid, are situated in Haa
kon County, formerly Stanley Cou
nty, South Dakota, and are des
cribed as follows, to-wit: The
Southeast Quarter of Section 20,
in Township 5 North of Range 22,
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East of the Black Hills Meridian,
Haakon County, South Dakota,
containing 160 acres more or less
according to the government sur
vey thereof.
Dated at Philip, South Dakota,
September 14th, 1920.
A. H. Pratt, Assignee and Owner
of Mortgage.
Frank Slocum, Sheriff of Haakon
County, South Dakota.
Philip & Waggoner, Attorneys
for Assignee. sep 16 oct 28
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure
Sale.
Default exists in the conditions
of a certain mortgage, containing
a power of sale, dated January 20,
1911, executed by James R. Smiley,
single, mortgagor, to L. T. Fel
land, mortgagee, and recorded in
the office og the Register of Deeds
of Stanley County, South Dakota,
on the 21st day of January, 1911,
at 9 o'clock A. M., in book 53 of
mortgages at page 208.
The amount claimed to be due
on said mortgage at the date of
this notice is the sum of $170.00
nrincipal and interest, taxes paid
by mortgagee amounting to $15.56
together with $25.00 statutory at
torney fees, amounting in all to
$210.56.
Now therefore notice is hereby
given that by virtue of the power
of sale contained therein, said
mortgage will be foreclosed by a
sale of the mortgaged premises de
scribed therein, at public auction
at the front door of the court
house in the City of Philip, Haa
kon county, South Dakota, on the
9-rd
day of October, 1920, at the
ur of ten o'clock in the fore
on of that day.
Said mortgaged premises are sit
uated in the County of Haakon,
frmerly
a part of Stanley Coun-
ty South Dakota, and are describ
ed as follows, to-wit: The south
east quarter of the northeast quar
ter of section one in township four
north of range twenty-four East
of the Black Hills Meridian.
Dated at Philip, S. D.» this 15th
day September, 1920.
L. T. Felland, Mortgagee.
Frank Sl.ocum, Sheriff of Haa
kon County,
O. K. Whitney, Attorney foi
Mortgagee. sep 16 oct 21
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office, Pierre, S. D. Sep
tember 3 1920.
Notice is hereby given that Lee
Crum of Plum Creek, S. D. who,
on December 10, 1915 made Addi
tional Homestead Entry (sec 3
act 2-19-09) No. 012881 for lots 1,
2, sec 30 and lots 3 and 4 section
19 township 5 north range 22 east
B. H. Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make three year
proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before O. K.
Whitney, County Judge Haakon
County, S. D. at Philip, S. D. on
the 11th day of October, 1920.
CI a i main names as witnesses:
Albert O'Neill, M. A. Ferguson,
Roy Emerson, of Plum Creek S. D.
and Samuel Strayer, Philip, S. D.
John T. Cogan, Register. 9-9 10-7
SUMMONS
State of South Dakota, County
of Haakon, SS.
In County Court. Sixth Judicial
Circuit.
Eugene Hugo Noack, Plaintiff,
vs.
Northwestern Land & Loan Com
pany, a corporation, and Square
Deal Land Company, a corporat
ion, defendants:
THE STATE OF SOUTH DAK
OTA SENDS GREETINGS TO THE
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS:
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, which was filed in
the office of the clerk of this
court, at the court house in said
county and state, on the 3rd day
of July 1920, and which prays for
a judgment quiting the title to
and the determination of all ad
verse claims against the premises
described in said complaint, and
for a determination of all interests
in an liens against the premises
described in the complaint, situat
ed in said county, to-wit: the
south-west one-fourth of section
twenty, township four north,
range twenty-one east Black Hills
Meridian,. Haakon, formerly a part
of Stanley County, South Dakota,
and to serve a copy of your answer
to said complaint on the under
signed at their office in the Bank
of Philip Building, Philip, South
Dakota, within thirty days after
the service of this summons upon
you^ exclusive of the day of such
service, and if you fail to snswer
said complaint within that time,
the plaintiff will apply to the
court for relief demanded in the
complaint.
Philip A Waggoner, Attorneys
for the Plaintiff.
Aug 26—Spt 2-9-16-23-30 Oct 7
he oold drinks MePeek's.
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Total
Capital Stock
Total
Taken Up: Came to my place on
May 1st, one buckskin stallion, wt.
1100 lbs., no brands and one light
bay gelding wt. 1100 lbs., no brand
Owner can have same by settling
with me for damages. Carey Rad
way, Elbon, S. D. 36 tf
Ice cold drinks at McPeek's
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Statement of the Condition
of the Milesville State Bank of Milesville, S. D., at the close of
business on September 8th, 1920. Date of call by Examiner, Septexsfr
ber 13th, 1920. Date of report by Bank September 15th, 1920. *i
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RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $24,529.93
Overdrafts
14.34
Stocks and Bonds 82.*50
Expense
2,890.86
Banking House and fixtures 4,566.47
Due from Banks $10,326.28
Checks and Drafts for Clearing ...... 1,017.78
Currency 475.00
Silver -75.85
Minor Coin
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office at Pierre, South
Dakota, September 18, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that
Sarah E. Fuller, of Hilland, §. D.
who, on June 12, 1916, made Ori
ginal Homestead Entry (Act 2-19
'09) No. 013804, for EH SW%, S
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LIABILITIES
Undivided Profits '.*•**•... 1,527.80
Deposits subject, to check $24,595.58
Cashier's Chack$ 46.76
Time Certificate* "$$63.61
Depositor's Guaranty Fus|& 574.80 27.480.75
State of South Dakota, County of Haakon,' SS.
-I, R. M. King, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above Statement is true to the best of my know
ledge and belief.
Correct Attest: (Two Directors) J. C. Nelson W. H. Kertzman
NWV4, W% NE% and EY* NE
Section 11, and SH SE%, Sect
ion 2, Township 6 North, Range
19 East, B. H. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make three
year Proof, to ebtablish claim to
the land above described, before
O. K. Whitney, County Judge,
Haakon County, S. D. at Philip,
S. D. & the 27th day of October,
1920.
Claimant names as witnesses:
John Wedeman, James G. Bell,
Dudley Hixon all of Hilland, S. D.
and Ray O'Connell, of Hartley, S.
D.
John T. Cogan, Register,
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
See Carpenter & Fancher for
For Sale: Southwest quarter «f
section thirty five (35) in township
four north (4N) range nineteen
(19) east 13. H. M., 19 miles north
west of Philip. For particulars
write M. Kennelly* 3632 So. 25 at.
Omaha, Nebr 41 tf
For Sale: Land, stock and pos
session of 106 acres, 70 acres under
cultivation, all can be cultivated,
same as black bottom and valley
land in Iowa, abundance running
spring water. On road and mail
route. A variety of fruit and fair
improvements. Cash price $65.00
per acre. "Will include 6 Jersey
cows, 6 calves, team of mares, hogs
chickens all farming implements
and furniture, growing crops. A
real bargain. 1% miles from Store
P. O. and cream station. Adolph
Holaday, Ellis Prairie, Mo,
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It,394.45
$44,008.55
15,000.00
$44,008.55
R. M. King:, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of September,
1920. John Griffin, Notary Public
Will buy horses and mules, from
yearling up. Must be fat and priced
right. Phone or write me at
Wall, S. D. 30 tf
C. J. STEELE.
Malted Milk made with the real
milk.—Pioneer Pharmacy. 34 tf
Highest Cash Price paid for
Hides. City Meat Market. 2 4t
Farm for Sale: The NW^4 sec
tion 34, Twp 1 South, Range 20 EL
B. H. M., Jackson county. Box
370, Rock Island, HL tf
Iron Wanted: Bring in your
old stoves and machines. Am load
ing Saturday and Monday at Phi
lip. Tuesday ot Powell, Wednesday
at Nowlin. Jake Weber, Philip.
For Sale—Set of 1 1-4 inch har
ness. One 16 inch 7 foot disc with
trucks, new this spring. Inquire
at Pioneer-Review. 27-tf
BARGAIN!
ranch on Plum Crw»k,
acre
Bargains in Gloves, Mittens, Wool 3% miles northwest of Elbon. Plen
Sox, Sweaters, Flannel Shirts,
Winter Caps. We are located un
der Bank of Philip.
ty of water, trees, good alfalfa
bottom, mostly tillable land. About
40 acres in alfalfa. To sell on easy
terms. Will take smaller tract for
part payment, might consider city
property or good second mortgage
as part payment. Write me what
you have to de4S for this splendid
ranch property. —S. Selix, Aurora,
S- D. 42 tf
Let JANE CLEANER Do It.
Its the house wife's best friend!
because it is the most useful li-.
quid on the market. It not only
cleans but polishes, bath tubs*
wash sinks, furniture, enamelec|
wood work, kitchen ware and met**
al of all kinds. It does the work
like magic. Its easy to apply.
For Sale at
IfcPEEK CONFECTIONAEY
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