p' '4l. jr
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Fair Telephone Earnings
H, That the said default
consisted in the failure to make
payments therin specified when
due. Whereas no action or pro
Wbtn yon have money to lend yon naturally
seek that investment which promises the highest
return vdXk Uifc &4uae dttfi te of gaiety. So do other
Because all investors do this, it is necessary that
t&B earnings of the telephone companies be such aa
will promote confidence rather than discourage
the investment of money in their securities.
Extensions and improvements necessary to meet
11m constantly expanding needs of the public for
telephone service, can only be made through the
Investment of new money in the business.
gjBHASift THErHDnE COwrAKT
etf Mortgage Foreclosure
WHEREAB, default has been
made in the conditions of a cer
tain mortgage, dated the 14th day
of June, 1917, executed by Jamos
Will iam Wymore, and Grace Lil
lian Wymore, his wife, of Frank
lin County, Kansas, mortgagors to
W, D. Huehholz of Newell, Butte
County, South Dakota, mortgagee,
and duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Haakon
County, South Dakota on the 28th
day of June A. D. 1917, at U
o'clock A. M. in Book E~1 of
Mortgages on page 499 thereof, on
the Northwest quarter of Section
thirty-five in Township one North
of Range twenty-three East of the
ceeding has been instituted at law
nr otherwise, to recover* the debt
secured by said mortgage, or any
part thereof, and the amount due
and claimed to be due upon said
mortgage including installments
on note, interest on prior mort
gage and taxes paid by mortgagee
the date of this notice is One
Toys for all Ages of Childhood
Iron Toys, Mechanical Toys, Erector
Sets, Konstructo Building Blocks, Games,
Books. Dolls. Doll Cabs and Go-Carts.
Felt Animals and Teddy Bears at Prices
to suit your Pocket Book.
PYUEX WAKE OF ALL KINDS
Casseroles, Pie Plates, Bean Pots
&read Pans and many others
From $1.00 upward
Fifteen and 05-100
NOW THEREFORE, notice is
hereby given that by virtue of the
power of sale contained in said
mortgage and duly recorded as a
foresaid, and pursuant to the stat
ute in such case made and provid
ed, the said mortgage will be fore
closed and the premises described
md conveyed in said mortgage, to
vit: Northwest quarter of Section
55, Township 1 North of Range 23
.ast of the B. H. M. in Haakon
bounty, South Dakota, together
vith all improvements thereto be
onging, will be sold at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash
-,o pay said debt, interest and cos-s
allowed by law, including $25.00
statutory attorneys fees, by tbo
sheriff of Haakon County., or bis
deputy, at the-front door of the
court house, in the City of Philip,
Haakon County, S. D., on Wednes
day the 2fUh day of January, 1921,
%t tho hour of 10 00 A. M. of sajd
day, subject to redemption as pro
vided by law.
Dated ft Brllc Fourche, S,"tals..
thLs 1st di v xen'^r-r, 1Wf.
W. D. Buc.hholz, Mortgagee.
J. W. Maivin, Attorney for
Frank Slotfum, Sheriff of Haakon
County. dec 9 jan 25
E'.'S FALLEN LGV:
Berlin's Famous Brandenburger
Tbor a Byword
Once Known Throughout the World ft*
the Shrine of German Militarism,
It Now a Joke.
One of fhe mosi striking .physical
slicns of the (ieuiiliuiriziition of t*er
inany Is In the degrmlaiion of the fa
mous llranrlrnhurger Thor, Germany's
i arelj of triumnh.at Lbt? heal of UpTtr..
den Linden, writes Guy lllekok io tht
IMv-wur visitors to Herlin will re-:
member this arch as the very shrine
of German militarism ami Ka'serliclve
No one hut his imperial majesty w«»
allowed to drive through the center
arch. A pltitoon of the snn.rieM sol
diers in ihe German army wa* quar
red there, ever ready to soap inlo
the mo*t ^epileptic rinutii.v a' the ap-:
proaeh of any h'jrh ranking oftieer.
Drums rolled the arch many tinu»«
a d«y—whenever sucii an ollieer
loomed in sight—sind hurst into a per
fect fever of thump ng and stuttering
rt'hen the ail highest drov^ hy. Or
dlnnry folk hud to leave the »idewolfc
to |ms.s the guiird at the gnte,
Now every shabby enh driver, push
r-art man, hoy bicyclist or news ^en«ler.
makes it a point to g° through lh$
center Hr*h and none other.
There Is no pin toon of soldiers of
any sort on gun rd.
A thousand jremjn:K if there were
that many—might amble through w'.ifl
out creating a stir.
There are no drums to thump.
One poor youth »f 'he xe-urfy po
lice, not over wfvu informed, stands.
Holiday Shoppers are Invited to Our Store
Appropriate Gifts for All
on ft block of sfone, wftb not an atom
of pwnp In him.
No one In Berlin ^s so humfile as to
do hfm honor. No one thinks of leav
ing lie sidewalk for him. In fact he
li?i« to have a feme In front of him
self keep from being pushed aside
If he tried to exercise tho authority
of a New Yrtrk policeman he would he
mobbed, lie assumes no control over
street traffic or anything else He
OfcnsJonally, but very seldom, a
i?n stops to aa?t hiia the way to
where, and he digs out his little
street iirectory and gives his answer
meekly, embarrassed at having attract
The once proud arch Itself Is plas
tered with tattered white placards as
Mr* and as plentiful lis our American
wartime Liberty loan posters. But
the words jind the purpose of the
p.!ncards are quite different. They
are there, not to increase military
strength, hot to reduce It. They are
part of the Germ an government's at
tempt to obey the disarmament con
ilitinnj* of the Versailles treaty and
the It'sr letters on them read:
"IfeiiVor Hp Ynnr Weapons."
The sttral^r letters explain that tfee
tmverimieiit must turn over to the en
tlie rifles thai the soldiers took
ivHh them when the army fell
re pieces nfteT the armistice, and of»
ter a premium for -parly surrender.
The Brandenburger Thor. used as
an instrument for the weakening of
German militarism., ts as complete a
reversal of purposes ns if onr own
UlotnlA «vf ijhttnfip ««««.•«#» HHoH InoMa
with prison cells for editors who In
sist on a. free press.
Immense Deposits of
Prices range from 50c and upward.
Will have coninlctc line of ('ihk'v
bulk (.'iuM'o'isto.j fin'd i. Bciuid, A Dtiuid.
Coal fields with a thickness of vein
of six feet and with an estimated
area of 16.POft.OOO square feet have
recently been discovered at a depth
of *J(? feet below what- hitherto has
been regarded as the bottom of the
"Svea. mine*' In Spitsbergen, accord
ing to advices from Consul General
Murphy at Stockholm*.
None but expert miners have been
employed flt the Kvea mine beeause
of the difficulty in working the old 80
eent(meter vein, but in the new vein
unskilled labor may he used. Ma
chinery will be used to break out the
coal* thereby increasing and cheapen
ing the output.
Iiiring the present year 36.000 tons
are expeeted to bp produced, as
against 18,000 in ift19, while In 19*21
it is .estimated that the output will
rearb ••72.000 tons.
Airplanes Common Now.
Four or five years ago an airplane
flying overhead was considerable of a
siL'ht and would cause everyone to
oiiKi qnft tvptfh the niiH'hine. The war.
We have the finest and largest assort**
meat of White Ivory that has ever been
displayed in Philip. Ycu will have no
trouble finding New pieces in the Hne.
with thousands of planes In use, tin*
taken the novelty out of the airplane.
Down at Mineola, on Long Island,
the only th5ng that will cause a native
to gaze into the sky nowadays Is when
he fails to hear the roar of an airplane
engine. Airplanes are as common as
mosquitoes down there, and a dozen
of them up over the town at once are
no strange sight. When there Is none
up, however. It causes 'he Mineolans
to gaze aloft to see what the trouble is.
JMfvlsed to Raise Own Fit*.
Farming of fur nejiring animrtTs nnd
establishment of large sanctuary tracts
as a Kieaus of preserving the nation's
fur supply was advocated by the De
partment of Agriculture In a state
ment. The department says that un
less fur-hearing animals are rigidly
conserved, the time Is not far distant
when many of the more valuable spe
cies will be exterminated and furs will
he wovn only by the very wealthy.
Mnskrats, skunks, foxes and minks
are among the animals which, accord
ing to the department, can be suc
cessfully bred In captivtty.
DRAWN WITH MASTER HAND
Will sell while they last 60c and 75c
Stationery, latest styles,-at
Walter Scott's Portraits of the Past a
No wonder that Walter Scott, who,
having shown the world In the Min
strelsy and the Lay that he was ed
itor and poet, and being himself a
novel reader, shou'd be
tetied with the quality of the existing
supply. The French Revolution, dis
tinguished by Its leveling principle and
action, had ended In substituting a
feudal empire for an effete monarchy
and even when Napoleon was redlvld
ing Europe into kingdoms and princi
palities for his family and his follow
ers. there had sprung up—or rather
revived—a deep devotion to the chiv
alry which had done so much In the
past, and whose traditions had in
grafted grace Into history and breathed
reality Into song.
To this feeling, this principle, Scott
had ministered in his poems and now,
acknowledged head of the romantic
school, he resolved to extend Its lim
its, beyond the ballad to the narrative
poem and use prose as the more suit
able medium. He strove to delineate
the past as It seemed in the eyes of
men who were dubious of the present
and afraid of the future—noble, state
ly, glittering jund gay, with the pulse of
life ever beating to heroic measures,
His view of feudalism in "The Talis
man," "Ivanhoe" and "The Fair Maid
of Perth" was not the caricature
'i..*ar* & 'A?*?
few preceding authors had drawn, but
a portrait—faithful, if idealized.—"
Robert Shelton Mackenzie.
Without question the best lift# $£
•ver displayed in the town
The most acceptable Gift you can buy
for the home.
FOR THE MEN
Ci^irS tti Christmas packa^s, alf ^fzes,
Shaving Mirrors, Military Sets,
Traveling Sets, Pipes
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U.S.
Land Office at Pierre, South Da
kota, December 3, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that Le1a
Bell Rundall, formerly Cruick
shank, of Hartley, S. D., who, on
April 23, 1917, made Additional
Homestead Entry, (Sec 7, Act 2
19, '09) No. 013947, for EH NEU
section 28, Township 6 North
Range 18 East B. H. Meridian, has
'iled notice of intention to make
three year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, be
fore O. K. Whitney, County Judge
Haakon County, S. D., at Philip,
S. D., on the 11th day of January,
Claimant names as witnesses:
E. H. Vaughn, of Hartley, S. D.
Roy Herrman, of Hartley, S.
1). F. Johnson of Bridger, John
O'Rielly of Hartley, S. D.
John T. Coiran. R"m\st-r. 1M 1-11
rule far-sighted peo
ple need glasses for near
But occasionally, when the
eyes are strained or when
headaches persist, it is
necessary for far-sighted
to wear Ummut
However the main thought
that relief comes thru
them for near work only,
steadily, whichever ex
perience proves is the best
You cannot get any more
exact form of testing than
we have to give yon.
Henry M. Reed
343 Capitol Av.,
Pierre, South Dakota
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