Ed Ferguson and son of Plum
l^leek were business callers Thurs
Clyde Daly of Plum Creek was
a Milesville caller last week.
rs. Henry button was shop
in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bakeman
were callers at the Joe Falzonc
Mrs. E. C. Collins entertained
the Kensington Club at her homo
Wednesday. The afternoon was
spent in peicing a quilt after
which a delicious lunch was serv
d. The hostesses was assisted by
Mrs Aaaron Hamill.
William Haddon wag $ business
«j|ller in town Wednesday.
Messrs. Ed Malone and Art Sta
lin were calling: in town last week
Miss Lizzie Hulett was shopping
in town Saturday.
JMrs. Andy Doyle and Mrs. Tee
pfe of Marietta were shopping in
PURE BRED SEEDS
Baltic S. D. No. 1037 Alafla
Alta S. D. No. 1095 Corn
Acme S. D. No. 284 Wheat
Ace S. D. No. 1173 Barley
Cole S. D. No 316 OatS
Damont & D. No 686 Flax
Prompt attention are
bringing us trade that oftentimes
to go out of iths
We are glad to get your trade and we
believe in showing our appreciation by
supplying your every need with all
C0lTKTESY BUILDS 01 TRADE
Old customers are bringing us new
ones right along through the recommen
dations they are constantly giving us.
High quality, low prices and prompt
service are a combination that is hard to
beat and we have found them all well
MOTTO SATISFACTORY SERVICE
J. D. MORRISON, Manager
ELBON, So. Dak.
a' fel &J
to get here.
Ed. Hendricks, Proprietor
MesSrs. Huss, iPohle. Harry Wen
zel, George In man and Mr. Greg
ory, the geologist from Wyoming
and Dan Beirwagen were here on
Wednesday evening to attend an
Red Robinson spent
this week in Pierre.
George Eaglebear took his little
pofi to the hospital in Philip on
Friday to be operated on for ap
Mrs Carl Meyer and son Carl
were in town one day this week.
Mrs. Wm. King, Mrs. Josphine
Ferry and daughter Lois were vis
iting in town Saturday afternoon.
Andy Doyle is plowing on the
John Griffin place south of town.
A number of young people from
Hardingrove and tho^ Misses Mil
dred Elshire, Cleo^Olson Messrs.
Paul Elshire and Alvin Maynard
picniced at the river Sunday. The
roasted weiners and marshmallows
and all report a good time.
PURE BRED STOCK
Milking Shorthorn Cattle
Buff Rrock Chickens
Philip, South Dakota
Willie Haley did nunc plowing
on the Harvey place and is now
plowing for E.
The play "H i »Aor yoi'
was given in t1 Milesville hall
Friday eyenint 1 the pupils of
the High Sch The play was
very good and i rge crowd was
Miss Mary -ip.-d »f the
Consolidated School was called to
her home in Pennsylvania Sunday
iling bv' to" i'.'M- i' ()f
!,e Milesville Ball Team were
i: on the diamond Sunday prac
ticing and from all indications we
think the White Sox will stand
A large i.,• n wore. in
to attend the telephone meeting
held in th Milesville hall Satur
.i.-'hn Griffin I -on F!•«! brot
a bunch f'i Topbar
-. Anna Hagarty and family
I to the Wihb ichc house
Mr. .an M--.
spent the week end at the home
of their daughter Mrs. Ted Her
Fr Trk !•'M ii va a
shop, i in town 1 .•' -week.
Jo Fairchild H!bon v -t
here y to i :th 1
Miss Ava Harvey spent Sunday
evening at the home of hpr friend
Miss Marie Van Kirk.
Don't forget the dan«e_iatiu.-.
day night for the base ball boys
Everett Towns of Manila v i
business caller Thursday.
Bob Hanrahan was trading i
town this week.
Mrs. Frank Vanderplc?g I
niece Emma Bodkins were
ing in town Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Koster of
Hartley v-tv .-Sr.-.ping in town on
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. JI arty ok
dinner at the W. H. Kertzman
Miss Nellie of p!-.
Notice for Bids
Leslie Consolidated School Dis
trict No. 1 wil receive sealed bids
at the office of the clerk of said
district at Milesville, S. D., until
lx o'clock P. M. April 28th 1921,
on the following described prop
school building 13x25
feet, ceiling, shingled roof, plas
tered and coal shed 6x13 feet.
Iiid should be accompanied by
certified check for 25 per cnt of
Edgar Wat wood, Clerk.
BECK'S ORCHESTRA COMING
Beck's All Star Orchestra will
play for one of their popular
dances at Pohle's Hall on the ev
ening of Friday, May 6th. This is
without a doubt one of the most
popular musical organizations on
the road. Remember 4*4$ a&d
plan to attend.
Lost: In Philip on the 14th day
of April, 17 jewel Elgin watch in
silver case. $5.00 reward will be
paid for its return to the Pioneer
Lost: In PhiHp on Wednesday,
April 27th, gray coonskin fur. Re
turn to Pioneer-Review office.
For Sale or Trade: The South
west quarter of section 13, town
ship 2 north range 21. E. G. Gel
kins, owner. Centervill©, 8. D. 2t
Wanted: 300 had of cattle to
summer. Austin O'Dea. Grindstone
S. D. 24 2t
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior* U.
S. Land Office at Piern^ South
Dakota, April 23, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that Wil
liam A. Rickert of Milesville, S. D.
who, on November 20, 1920, made
Additional Homestead Entry (Sec
7, Act 2-19-09) No. 014243, for the
quarter, north half southeast quar
ter, and southwest quarter of the
southeast quarter section 27, town
ship 6 north, Range 21'east, B. H.
Meridian, has filed notice of in
tention 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 6th day of June 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
King, Ernest A. Cooper,
Detravcnier, L. L. Hampton
of Milesville, S. D.
John T. Cogan, Register, a 28 1
Citation For Hearing on Petition
for Probate of Foreign Will
'state of Delos F. Pond, De
State of South Dakota, Countv
of Haakon, SS.
In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of
Delos F. Pond, decedent.
The State of South Dakota to
all Arsons interested in the al
lowance and probate of the will
of said decedent: The petition of
Polly L. Roth and Blsfnche Conk
lin, representing that Delos F.
Pond, then a resident of the coun
ty of Blue Earth, State of Minne
sota, died on the 30th day of Nev
ember, 1920, testate and that his
will has been allowed and admitt
ed to probate in Probate Court in
and for the County of Blue Earth,
State of Minnesota, being filed in
this court, together with authen
ticated copies of said will and of
the probate thereof in the court
above named, and praying that
said will be admitted to probate in
this state, and that letters testi
mentary be thereon granted to
Polly L. Roth and Blanche Conk
lin: Now Therefore, you and each
of you, are hereby cited and re
quired to show cause, .if any you
have, before this court, at the
County Court Rooms in Philip,
County of Haakon, State of South
Dakota, on the 14th day of May,
1921, at 10 o'clock A. M., why the
prayer of said petitioin should not.
Dated this 22nd day of April,
O. K. Whitney, Judge lf County
A. S. Anderson, Clerk, a 28 11
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure
Default exists in the conditions
of a certain mortgage containing
a power of sale, dated March 1,
1919, executed by The Silvius In
vestment Co., a corporation, mort
gagor, to Nora L. Silvius, des
cribed in said mortgage as Norn
I. Silvius, mortgagee, and record
ed in the office of the Register
De6ds of Haakon County, Sou
Dakota, November 24, 1919, at i
o'clock A. M., in Book E-3 of Mort
gages at Page 468.
The amount claimed to be due
said mortgage at the date of this
notice is the sum of $1079.75 prin
cipal and interest, together with
$25.00 statutory attorney fee am
ounting in all to $1104.75
Now therefore, notice is hereby
given that by virtue of the
of sale contained therein, said
mortgage will be foreclosed by a
safe of the mortgaged premises
therein, at public auction, at the
front door of the Court House in
th City of Philip, Haakon County,
South Dakota, on the 28th day
Dated at Philip, South Dakota,
this 16th day of April, 1921.
Nora L. Silvius. also known
Sells A Specialty
WILL SKLL OK TRADE YOUR LAND, CITY PROPERTY,
MERCHANDISE OR LIVE STOCK.
SEND FOR MY LIST OF BARGAINS.
HAAKON COUNTY'S LIVE WIRE
Dray and Transfer Line
Phone orders to 83
F. M. McCOY, Manager
P. C. WOLD
Furnace and Sheet Metal Work
Soldering and Repairing
Shop io Basment of vSecuriiy
Philip, South Dakota
DR. L. E. FISHER
Fort Pierre S. D.
Office in Fischer Brothers
Building. The kindest of
George Philip Alvin Waggoner
PHILIP & WAGGONER
Rapid City Philip
Wyoming Monarch Coal
per ton $12 50
Virginia Splint screened,
per ton $18 00
Virginia Splint, mine run
per ton $15 00
Farmer's Elevator, Philip, S. D.
HENRY O'CONNER, Powell
E. M. HERRING
Ottumwa, 8. D.
Cattle branded on right hip 5E
also branded on right side as follow*
E. E STEARNS, OTTUMWA
id right hip, fenio i bhoaLdfc-
Ran^e on North Fork Ba "Rive
Cattle branded left side
A few head with on 1 tv
Horses branded on right
SSIlift side on Cattle
Left shoulder on Horses
Nora I. Siivius, Mortgagee.
O. K. Whitney, Attorney for
Frank Slocum, Sheriff of Haakon
County. apr 21 may 26
E. T. McDONALD
Ashcreek, S. D.
horses y--3* cattle
WM. NORENBURG, Powell
Range Bad River and Medicine Creek
C. L. SHELDON, Powell
*«wer Wilburn and Medicine
£5 i light
May, 1921, at ten o'clock in tkt
forenoon of that day.
Said mortgaged premises are sit
uated in the County of Haakon
State of South Dakota, and an
described as follows, to-wit: The
northwest quarter of section thir
ty in township one north of range
twenty-four East of the Black
JpOLVIN BROS., Powell
On right i^rZnn
SMITH BROS., Hartley, S. D.
•SB l^eft side or Mfc—Cattle
LAZY 3C RANCH
I Left side on Cattle
Rijjrht Shoulder on Horses
Range between Peno Basin and
H. Sinyk in & Sons, Grindstone
L. Sinykin, Manager
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U.
S. Land Office, at Pierre South
Dakota, May 2, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that Ow
en E. Harty, of Milesville, S. D.,
who, on April 23 1915 made Or
iginal H. E. 012966 for SEy4 SW
U and SWVi SE'i sec 19, & NE^4
NW*/4, NWV4 NE^i sec 30 T. 7N
R. 21 E. B. H. M. and who on
Dec. 10, 1915 made additional H.
E. No. 013228 sec. 3 Act 2-19-09,
for lot 4 sec. 9, iots 1, 2, SEU
NWV4 section 30, township 7 N.
Range 21 East B. H. Meridiain,
has filed notice of intention to
make combined 3 year proof, to
establish claim to the land above
described, before O. K. Whitney,
the County Judge for Haakon
County, at Philip, S. D., on the
13th day of June, 1921.
Claimant naiyies as witnesses:
Thomas Malone, F. E. Dutton,
Arthur Staben, Thomas Harty, all
four of Milesville, S. D.
John T. Cogan, Register m5 jlO
We can supply you with fence
posts at 17 cents and up. —A. C.
Kigsbury Lumber Co., 16 tf
Notice to Auto Owners.
ll has come to my attention that
many residents of Haakon county
who own automobiles have not se
cured their 1921 licenses. I desire
to give all such persons due notice"
that cars operating on the high
ways and public roads of Haakon
county, which are riot equipped
with the proper license numbers
will be taken into custody and
a fine imposed in addition to the
cost of the license.
Frank Slocum, Sheriff.
Business intrusted to me will
receive prompt and careful at
tertion. 20 years residence
ar experience in
the State of
NOWLIN & YANKTON, S. D.
J. B. COLBURN
BUILDINGS, SIGNS, AU-
ON THE HILL
Hereford Bulls i
W I I
Kadoka, S. D.
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