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Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office at Pierre, South Da
kota, December 18, 1920}.
Notice is hereby given that Hir
am B. Janssen, of Milesville, S. D.
who, on Novmber 22, 1916, made
Additional Homestead Entry (sec.
3, Act 2-19 '09) No. 013818, Jo*
NE^i SE% 21, and N% SWH ses
22, Township 5 Nmth, Range 21
East, B. H. Meridiaa, has filed no
tice of intention to mak*3 three
year proof, to establish claim in
the land above described, before
O. K. Whitney, Comity Judge, of
Haakon County, S. D., at Philip,
S. D. on the 25th !av of ui.iarv,
1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Harry Burns, Philip, S. I) Sam
uel Strayer, Philin, S. H. Hniry
Hulett of Milesville 3. I1., Clyde
Daly, Plum Creek, S D.
John T. Cogran, Uegu1 v I i7
Notice of Application for Letters
of Administration
Staio of South Dakota, County
of Haakon, SS.
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of
William Branch, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Jul
ius Branch h&« filntl with thp i
clerk of this court a .petition
praying- for letters of administra
tion of the, estate of William
Brauch deceased, and that Satur
day, the 29th day of January, 1921
at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day,
being a day of a regular term of
this court, to-wit: of the January
term 1921, at Philip in the county
of Haakon, state aforesaid, has
been set for hearing said petition
when and where any person inter
ested may appear and show cause
why the said petition should not
be, granted.
Dated January 11th, 1921.
O. K. Whitney, Jud^rr of the
County Court.
Attest:
A. S. Anderson
fktunty Court.
Clerk of th
jan 11 fob 1
SCJMMONS
State of South Dakota, County
of Haakon, SS.
In Justice Court.
Mark Purdy, Justice of the
Peace.
J^hn Urban, Plaintiff
vs.
L. B. Cox, Defendant
THE STATE OF SOUTH DAK
OTA SENDS GREETINGS to L.
B. Cox, Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear before me at my office in the
City of Philip in said County on
the 10th day of January, 1921, at
plaintiff who claims to recover of
you the sum of $60.89, being for
balance due on a note dated May
19th, 1920, and executed by defen
dant to plaintiff for the sum of
$182.00 on which there is a bal
ance due of $49.79, and for bal
ance due for goods sold and deliv
ered by plaintiff to defendant
amounting to $17.10.
And you are hereby notified that
jf you fail to appear and answer
paid complaint as above required,
said plaintiff will take judgment
against you by default for the said
amount of $66.89, to gether with
the costs and disbursements of
this action.
Given under my hand 31ft
day of December, 1921,
Mark Purdy, Justig$ of the
Peace.
To the defendant above named:
You are hereby notified that the
return day in the above matter
has been adjourned to January
29, 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M. of
said day.
Dated Jan. 10, 1921.
Mark Purdy, Justice ot tbe
Peace.
Jan* 13*20, 1921
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior,
10 o'clock A. M. to answer the county of Haakon, State of South
complaint of the above named Dakota
U.
S. Land Office at Pierre, S» IX,
December 1. 1920.
NOTICE is hereby giv¥S that,
as directed by the Commissioner
©f the General Land Office, under
provisions of Sec. fi 455, li. S., pur
suant to the application of Mal
Achi D. Foley, Hilland, S. D., Ser
ial No. 015755, we wili offer at
public sale, to the highest bidder,
but at not less than $3.00 per acre,
at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 17th
4ay of February, 1921, n^xt,^ at
this office, the followi^ tract of
land: NEtt NW% sec 30, T. 5 N.
ft. 19 E.
The sale will not be kept one n,
|ut will be declared closed when
those present at the hour named
fcave ceased bidding. Tne person
*#iaking the highest bid will be re
quired to immedkite'iy pay to the
Receiver''the amount thereof.
Any persons clanimqr ad wisely
the above-dose^bed Ian*? aro advis
ed to file their claims, cr (!•/,
tions. on or before the time desig- Sheriff of Haakon County, South
ftaffed for snle. jpf&ota/or his depu+y, at the fronr
Notice Of Mortgage Foreclosure
Sale.
Default exists in the conditions
of a certain mortgage containing
a power of sale, dated the 12th
day of July, 1917, executed by
O. Bentley and Lizzie E. Bentley',
Ifusband and wife, mortgagors to
J. L. Quinn, mortgagee, and re
corded in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds pf Haakon County,
South Dakota on the ^14th day of
July, 1917, at the hour of eleven
o'clock A. M., in book E-l at
page 524, mortgaging the North
half of the South-east quarter,
and the North-east quarter of the
South-west quarter and the South
east quarter of the North-west
quarter of Section Seven (7) in
Township One (1) north of Range
Twenty-four (24) east of the
Black Hills Meridian, Haakon Co
unty, South Dakota, which mort
gage was on the 17th day of July,
1917 duly assigned by an instru
ment in writing to Bon Hemme
County Bank, a corporation, said
assignment having been duly re
corded
That no action or proceeding at
law or otherwise has been com
menced or had to recover said
debt or any part thereof.
That the amount claimed to be
due on the said mortgage at the
date of this notice is the sum of
$926.50, principal and interest, to
gether with $25.00 statutory at
torney's fee, amounting in all to
a total sum of $951.50.
Now therefore notice is hereby
given that said mortgage will be
foreclosed by a sale of the mort
gaged premises therein described
at public auction at the front
door of the Court House in the
City of Philjp, Haakon County,
the forenoon on the said day.
Datod at Philip, South Dakota
this 12th day of January, 1921.
Bon Homme County Bank^a cor
poration
Assignee and owner of the
Mortgage.
H. L. Brown, Attorney for the
Assignee,
Frank Slocum, Sheriff of Haa
kon County. ft
Jan. 13-20-27 Feb. 3-^0-17-24,
Notice to Creditors
Estate
Dated January 4th, 1921.
H. L. Brown, Administrator of
the estat© of Wililam W* Armour,
Deceased.
jan 6 13 20 27
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure
Sale.
WHEREAS, default feas been
made in the conditions of a certain
mortgage, dated the 14th day of
June 1917, executed by James Wil
liam Wymore and Grace Lillian
Wymore, his wife, of Franklin
County, Kansas, mortgagors to W.
D. Buchholz 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 10
o'clock A. M., in Book E-l of
Mortgages on pag«e 497 thereof, on
the
xNortheasvt
South Dakota, "on the 26th~day of ^unired Fifteen and 05-100 dol
February, 1921 at ten o'clock in *ars
of William W. Armour,
Deceased.
Notice k hereby given by the
Undersigned administrator of the
estate of William W, Armour, de
ceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the
said deceased to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, with
in four months after the first pub
lication of this notice, to the said
administrator at Philip, in the
quarter of Section
thirty-four in Township one North
of Range twenty-three East of the
B. H. M. That the said default
consisted in the failure to make
payments therein specified when
due. Whereas no action or pro
ceeding has been instituted at law
or otherwise, to recover theidebt
secured by said mortgage, or any
part thereof and the amount dde
and claimed to be due upon said
mortgage including installmanta
on note, interest on prior mort
gage and taxes paid by mortgagee
at the date of this notice is One
Hundred Twfenty and 76-100 Dol
lars:
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
and conveyed in said mortgage, to
wit: Northeast quarter of Section
34, Township 1 North of Range 23
East gf the B. H. M. in Haako.i
County, South Dakota* together
with all improvements thereto be
longing, will be^sold a public auc
tion to the highest bicWer for cash
to pay said debt, interest and costs
allowed by law, including $25.Jp
statutory attorney fees,
John T. CJ*:icleer of the Court House, in the
City of Philip, Haakon County, S.
Dak., on Wednesday the 26th day
of January, 1921, at the hour of
10:00 A. M. of said day, subject
to redemption as provided by law.
Dated at Belle Fourehe, S. Dak.,
this 1st day of ^December, 1920.
W. D. Buchholz, Mortgage.1
J. W. Malvin, Attorney for
Mortgagee.
Frank Slociim, Sheriff of Haakon
County. dec 9 jan 25
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure
gale.
WHEREAS, default has been
made in the conditions o.f a cer
tain mortgage, dated the 14th day
of June, 1917, executed by James
William Wymore, and Grace Lil
lian Wymore, his wife, of Frank
lin County, Kansas, mortgagors to
W. D. Buchholz 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 10
o'clock A. M. in Book E-l of
Mortgages on page 499 thereof, on
the Northwest quarter of Seciion
thirty-five in Township one North
of Range twenty-three East of the
B. H. M. That the said default
consisted in the failure to make
payments therm specified when
due. Wnhereas no action or pro
ceeding has been instituted at law
or 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
•it the date of this notice is One
NOW THEREFORE, notice i«
hereby given that by virtue of the
power of sale contained in said
mortgage and duly recordod 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
and conveyed in said mortgage, to
wit: Northwest quarter of Section
35, Township 1 North of Range 23
East of the B. H. M. in Haakon
County, South Dakota, together
with all improvements thereto be
longing^ %il' be gold at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash
to pay said debt, interest and costs
allowed by law, including $25.00
statutory attorneys fees, by the
sheriff of Haakon County., or his
deputy, at the front door of the
court house, in the City of Philip,
Haakon County, S. D., on Wednes
day the 26th day of January, 1921,
at the hour of 10:00 A. M. of said
day, subject, to redemption, pro
vided by la^Y,
Dated at Belle Fourehe, S. Dak.,
this 1st day of December, 1920.
W. D. Buchholz Mortgagee,
J. W. Malvin, Attorney for
Mortgagee.
Frank Slocum, Sheriff of Haakon
County, dec 9 jan 25
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Emanuel Taylor, De
ceased,
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned administratrix of the
estate of Emanuel Taylor, deceas
ed, to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the
said deceased to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, with
in four months after the first pub
lication of this notice, to the said
administratrix at Philip, in the
county of Haakon, State of South
Dakota.
Dated January 4thr 1921,
Nancy A. Taylor, Administratrix
of the estate of Emanuel Taylor,
Deceased,
H. L. Brown, Attorney for the Ad
ministratrix. jan 6 13 20 27
For Sale: Fine* ground com, eats
and barley. Wm. Kurth, Philip, S,
Dak, 8 2t
For Sale—Concord piaao,
nearly new. Call Biaak 31.
w23tf
Will buy horses and mules, from
yearling up. Must be fat and c».
right. Phone or, write me at
Wall. S. D. 30 tf
C. J. STEELE.
MEN WANTED TO
SELL GROCERIES
Selling Experience Not Necessary
One of the world's largest grocers,
(capital over $1,000,000.00) wants am
bitious men in your locality to sell
direct to consumer nationally known
brands of an extensive line of gro
ceries, paints, roofings, lubricating
oils, stock foods, etc. No capital re
quired. Write today. State age and
occupation. John Sextos ft Ocfc, 162
W. Illinois St, Chicago, IlL
For Sale: Fine quarter 5 miles
N. E of Milesville and one mile
from new consolidated school. 120
acres level, rest rolling pasture.
T'est
of soil. Fine for alfalfa and
by the'g.sin. Running water. No improv
ise? s. $6500, with £200 down and
^Unce vt O ner cent. J. Tav-|ional Bank BniWntr, Rapid City,
crnlrr, Mdesvi.le, S. D. 6 tf S. D. ££tf
SUMMONS
State of Sout»- Dakota, County
of Haakon, SS.
In Circuit Court. Sixth Judicial
Circuit.
P. H. O'Neil, Plaintiff,"
vs.
Fran/, D. ibbs, Bertha M. Greer,
C. S. Greer, sometimes known as
C. B. Greer,(whose true Christian
nanie is to Plaintiff unknown,
Claude 0. Driggers, Emma F. lbs,
Commercial Savings Bank, a cor
poration, L. A, Pier, whoso true
Christian name is to Plaintiff un
known, ()le Jordal, George W. En
dicott, Sarah I. Endieott, Allen R.
Ur?y:.And
all persons unknown have \r
claim to have any interest or es
tate in, or lien or encumbrance up
on the premises described in the
Complaint.
Defendants
T'v Siaie of South Dakota^to
the Above named Defendants,
Greetings:
You are summoned and required
to answer the complaint of the
Plain which was filed in fthe
ofru'c the Clerk of Courts of
said Court, at the Court House in
the City of Philip, County of
*hC
a judgments quieting title to, and
the determination of all adverse
elai' s aaainst the premises des
cribe! i i said complaint, and sit
uated in Haakon County, South
Dakota, to-wit:
Nor! Invest Quarter of Section 32,
Tov.nshiii 5 North, »nge 24 East,
of the Black Hills M* ridian
North«rist Quarter of Section 11,
Township 1 Norih, Ran^e 24 East,
of B!aek Hills Meridian:
North Half of Southwest Quar
ter of Section 15, Township 4
North, Range 24 East, Bl%ck Hills
Meridian
Southeast Quarter of Section 11,
Township 4 North, Range 24 East,
Bla* k Hiils Meridian}.
Southeast Quarter of Section 9,
East, Rlaefc Hills Meridian
Southwest Quarter of Section 9,
iff Township 4 North of Range 24
East of the Black Hills Meridian
-Southwest Quarter of Section 34,
liT* Township 5 North of Range
?4 East of the Black Hills Meri
dian
Northeast Quarter of Section 10
•n Township i North of Range 24
I-iRt of the Black Hills Meridian
And to serve a copy of your
answer to said Complaint upon the
undersigned, at their office ^n the
B'ink of Philip Building, Philip,
Haakon County, South Dakota,
within Thirty (30) days after the
completed service of this summons
upon- you, exclusive of the day of
such service. And if you fail to
inswer said Complaint within that
time, the Plaintiff will apply to
tho Court for the reli#f Remanded
in the Complaint.
Philip & W^gsronor, Attorneys
for Plaintiff.
Dee. 16-23-30 Jan. 6-13-20-27
SUMMONS
State of South Dakota, County
of Haakon, SS.
in Circuit Court. Sixth Judicial
Circuit,
Christine Welch, Plaintiff,
vs.
J' ^eph Peter Welch, Defendant
The State of South Dakota
Sends Greetings to the Defendant
above named:
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, which will be filed
iii he offiee of the Clerk of Courts
in the Court House in the City of
Philip, Haakon County, South Da
kota, and to serve a copy of your
answer to said complaint upon the
subscribers at their office in the
B'-nki' of Philip Building, Philip,
S utli Dakota, within thirty days
1 ^r the completed service of
this
cjfcummons
s
8rd
fHV
Towwshin 4 North, R-mgo 24 East, October 16th, 1919, executed by
upon you, and if
you fail to answer the complaint
of the plaintiff as herein required,
the plaintiff will apply to the
ct urt for the relief demanded in
hir said complaint.
Philip & Waggoner, Attorneys
for the Plaintiff.
Service by publication having
been ordered in the above entitl
(1 action, notice is hereby given
'hat the foregoing summons and
the complaint in this action were
'lied in the office of the Clerk of
Courts of the said County of Haa
kon, St the Court House in the
City ttf Philip, South Dakota, on
[email protected] day of November 1920.
Philip & W aggoner, Attorneys
for tin? Plaintiff.
Dee. 16-23-30 Jan. 6-13-20-27
M. Walsh. Rpeealist. *Eye,
Ear, Kosi? and Throat First NaV
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE
Default exists in the conditions
of a mortgage dated December 24,
1915, executed by E. H. Wood and
Alice M. Wood, his wife, mortga
gors, to Emma E. Fundy, mortga
gee, recorded in Book E of Mort
gagee, on page 313, in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Haa
kon (formerly pap of Stanley)
county, South Dakota, and assign
ed with notes secured thereby to
American Exchange Bank, said as-
Driggers, Alfred A. Driggers, Hat-(Book of Mortgages on page 500, clare the full amount secured
lu
^l„nlM^who
'n.s,a,1
ofrico of
pul
of
!ic'3l-cf i°n
s u
E
Quart
make
ot 4or7.76, of which $536.34 is due power of sale contained in
liiber WtM, vrhictipi Wimmt door of the Court HoOs* in 14th day of February," 1921,the
City of Philip, Ha 'kon -County, hour of of 11 o'clock'A. M.7o7said
South Lakotn, on the 14th day of day, to satisfy the amount then
e iruarj, I-asI, at on© o clock P. due on said mortgage and thecostii
v
nu w r%~r a situated in Haakon County, South
Unas, ri- jJeLand Assignee and Dakota and described as follows.
Owner of Mortgape. to-wit:
Sutherland & Payne, ^ttoriiaysj The East one-half (EH) of see
for Assignee and Owner of Mort-ition Seventeen (17) in Township
gage, Pierre. South Dakota.
money secuml by a mortgage dat- 5.
tfte Black Hills Meridian Retta May Dawkins and John Daw- Frank Slocum, Sheriff of Haaken
Northwest Quarter of Section kins, her husband, mortgagors, to ^OUQty' J®1
Township 4 North, of Range |R« A. Bielski, mortgagee, which
Si Ea*t, Black Hills Meridian mortgage was filed for record in PENCE POSTS
Northeast Quarter of Section 9, itlie office of the Register of Deeds Western Cedar Posts
Township 4 North of Range 24 Haakon County, South Dakota, 5 inch Posts 27 cents, at FaroMt'fe
up
at 2:30 o'clock P. M., and record
ed in Rook E-3 of mortgages on
page 450 thereof, and was subse
quently duly assigned by the mort
gagee to Joseph Parker, which
said assignment was re? «!*r,cd in
the oifice of the i!c*i*cer of p..wis
Ha tkon County, South Dakota,
on the 16th day of D«cemo»r, lt»20,
at 8:00 A. M., and record vl in Book
K-l of mortgages on pjue 142
thereof.
AND WHEREAS
signment recorded in Book K, on
page 221, in *%id office of Register have been instituted* to recover
of Deeds, and assigned by Ameri-! the debt secured by said mortgage
can Exchange Bank to Chas. E. De or any part thereof, and the owner
,Land, said assignment recorded in !of said mortffaire has elprtod *r» A*.
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Lacking that tiny film of mineral oil, con
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From air compressors to textile spindles,
from sewir£
nfacMnes to power house en
gjiKis, aH the machinery of modern life, th
machinery which clothes and feeds, an
transports mankind, is dependent upon
petroleum.
Animal fats and vegetal, le oils sufficed for
lubrication in the era which preceded the
fndu Lnal age, btit only petroleian could
Jupply lubricants in sufficient quantities to
iteep pace with the development cf modern
machinery.
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The
cufrtomer who buys a
ot oil,
no
action
Deeds. thereby due and payable, and tho
haul mortgage mortgages he amount claimed to be due on said
Northwest Quarter of Section mortgage at the date here of is
Twelve Township One North of: Three Thousand Two Hundred Fif
Range Twenty-three, E. B. HvM.,'ty-six Dollars and Eighty cents,
said Haakon County, State of ($8256.80.)
South Dakota. There is due upon NOW THEREFORE, NOTICE Is
on said mortjtage v"' accrued in- mortgage, said mortgage wilf ba
terest thereon, and S41.-I2 is taxes foreclosed by sale of the premise,
paid, besides statut'u^ attorney therein described, by the Sheriff
xf of Haakon County, South Dakota,
Notice is hereby given that said at public auction at the front
mortgage will be foreclosed by a door of the County Court House in
sale of sFl mortgaged premises Philip, County of Haakon, state
for
cash'
at
or
proceeding at law or otherwise
e e y i v e n a y v i u e o e
said
of South Dakota." on MonHav t.hm
such
foreclosure sale.
January, The said mortgaged premise* are
0ne
rank Mocwn, Sheriff of Haakon (20) East of the Black Hills Mdfl*
County, S. D. jan 6 feb 10 dian.
Dated this 31st day of December,
NOTICE OP MORTGAGE SALE |19?° u A j'
Joseph Parker, Assignee and Ovr
DEFAULT having been made in ^, "f o
the payiwn* of the interest on the
North (IN) of Range Twenty
E1Io,tt' S'°»
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on the 4th day of November, 1919, Elevator 38tf
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