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E K A n 4 o, K. WHITNEY It. A. BIELSKI Whitney & Bielski Attorneys at Law Office in Bank of Philip Bid*?. PHILIP, SO. DAK. DR. F. H. BORST DENTIST Offlc* hours 9 to a. m. 1 to 5 p. m.J Offlce in the Wa»llell blork—ui stairs ffcllip. 8. U. Phone PHILIP & WAGGONER ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW Offices at Philip and Fort Pierre C. A. Bennett LAWYER Office Over Hargishiemer's Philip, South Dakota B. B. Ba-ssett Registered Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist examination and consultation fiw. PHILIP, SO. TAK. s. J, INCE Physician 8r Surgeon (ir&diiatc of liellt'vue al Medical College, Now York City. Office on North Tenter St Phones: Office ",HA .HesUleneo 58B PHILIP, SOUTH DAKOTA M. KYDE. Physician & Surgeon Diseases of the Rye. Ear, Nose and Throat a SiH'cla'iy Oflcs and Residence. N. Cen Ave. Phone if Dr, A. A. Hinemann. Physician and Surgeon Surgeon for N. W. tpeeiat notlct, li. R. Residence south of the depot. Phone No. 35 Offic* on North Center Street Philip. South Dakota OVER 65 YEARS' PERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC. Anyone nendlim a sketch and il«ncrtitlnn m«f nnlcklr Huccriiitii our opinion fri-o wh««tli«r an Invention in prohnbly piu ntiiMo. Cnninumlriia MonButrioMycontii«»nti»l. HANDBOOK on 1'iiii'uta Milt froe. Oldest auoncy for Nt'euriiitf patent n. Patents taken throuijli Muim A Co. recelva wit tiout charge, in the Scientific American. (LitAhan(l»omelr lllnntratod weekly. l.nrirpnt dr "*"culatUm of anv ni'ionl llle J'«urnn.1. Terms, $,'1 a »!I««r: four months, ft. Solil by nil newHileuleri. ***^SUNN & Co.36,B™»d—»•NewYork Branch Office. «25 8t* Washington. ngton, D. C. Q. O A N Land Attorney. Ik Practice before Land Office. PIERRE, SO. DAK. Dr. R. B. Driver Dentist PlKW^s—Residence 4-A. Office ST. James A. Quigg U. S. Commissioner •11 land office business given prompt attention Philip S Dak PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough aud .very weak. I had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak ior 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S Now Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Jolift, 111. SOc AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGIST8. Plfeifip Masonic Lodge No. 153 Meets in regular communication IM first Tuesday of each month. Visiting brothers cordially invited. lL M. Rood, W. M. James A. EMIMII Star inlreeuiaf commun Aird ||iii||qr of J. J. Oooghlin, 8asu QUR TIME, knowledge and experience in the printing basinets. When you are in need of some thing in this ima DON'T FORGET THIS Meers Well Completed Ha.yes Homestead: From the Meers Sun, we learn that the ar tesian well which was being' sunk there, was completed last Thurs day and same was a success. The work took twenty three days, be ing done under contract by Nor beck, Nicholson & Co., of lied ffeld, S. I). The total cost was #1950, with a forty barrel tank. The depth of the well is 1795 feet, which is forty feet below the ar tesian basin. It has a How of thir ty gallon per minute, and a pres sure of thirty pounds, causing it to How sixty feet above the surface of the ground. The well furnishes an abundant flow of gas. Midland Mail: Up to the pres ent time there has been no killing frosts in this vicinity, and as a result a considerable portion of the corn crop has matured and will make a fair yield. Potatoes, cabbage and kindred late products have matured and will make a much better average than was thought possible a few weeks ago. All of which is a hard blow to the hot air mixers in the eastern states who are so prone to relate the awful crop failure and conditions "west of the Missouri river in South Dakota. The Fair play: A linen shower was given at the home of Miss Leona Marion last Friday evening in honor of Miss Lera Young, whom it is rumored, will be a popular October bride. The Mar ion home was beautifully decorat ed with autumn leaves, and the merry party showered Miss Young with many useful and ornamental gifts. All present report the oct sion a most enjoyable one. It's Equal Don't Exist No one has ever made a salve, ointment or balm to compare with Bucklen's Arnica salve. It's the one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Eczema, Salt Rhe um. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprains its su preme. Unrivaled for Piles. Tr.y it. Only 25c at all druggists*. Warrant Call Stanley County General Fund Warrants are called for payment up to and including Register Num ber 9210 and will be paid upon presentation except such as may have been erroneously issued. Enoch McKay, Treasurer, Stanley County. Wanted Cattle to winter, at $5.00 per head from Nov. 1st. to May 1st. Plenty of hay, water and shelter. Address Geo. H. Williams, Look Box 37 Cottonwood, S. D. You May Talk to One Man But an advertisement n this paper talks to the whole- community. Catch the Idea? Notic of Mortgage Sale Foreclosure Whereas, default has beenmade iti the payment of the interest on the money secured by a second mortgage, containing a power of sale, dated the 21st day of April, '.•10 and which was executed by 0.-,car Hiatt and Etta Iliatt, his wife, mortgagors so R. A. Bielski, mortgagee, and which mortgage was duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Stanley County, in the state of South Da kota, in book 3(5 of mortgages on page 592, on the 28th day of June, 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M: and Whereas, default has been made in the payment of the taxes assess ed on said real property: and VV hereas, no action or proceed ing at law or otherwise has been instituted to recover the debt se cured by said mortgage, or any part thereof: and Whereas, the amount claimed to be due upon said mortgage at the date of this notice is the sum of one thousand dollars (#1,000.00) principal, and one hundred sixteen and 27-100 dollars ($116.27) inter est, and the sum of twenty ffve and 50-100 dollars (25.50) for tax es paid by said mortgagee, togeth er with twenty live dollars (125.00) statutory attorney's fees, amount ing in all to #11(50.77. Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged prem ises therein described at public auc" tion at the front door of the court house in the city of Fort Pierre, Stanley County, South Dakota, on Monday, the 13th day of Novem ber, 1911, at 10 o'clock of the fore noon of that day. The mortgaged premises are sit uated in the county of Stanley, in the state of South Dakota, and are described as follows, to wit:- The Southwest Quarter (SW4) of Section Seventeen (17) in Town ship Four (4) North of Range Nineteen (19) East of the Black Hills meridian. Dated at Philip, Stanley County, South Dakota, this 5th day of October, 1911. K. A. Bielski, Mortgagee. Whitney & Bielski, Attorneys for Mortgagee. First Publication, Oct., 5, 1911. Last Publication, Nov., 9, 1911. Notice for Sealed Bids Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of the Philip Independent ^School will receive sealed bids for coal for the said school, to be delivered in basement of school building, in 10 T. lots, in the amount of 50 T. with priv ilege granted the Board of increas ing or decreasing the amount 20 per cent at the same price. This coal to be of best quality Virginia Splint, first delivery to be made not later than Oct. 20th, 1911. Bids for same will be openeJ Sept. 29, 1911, at 7:30 p. m., the Board reserve the right to reject any and all bids. E. L. Keith, Pres. H. B. Fislar, Clerk. 29*30 Two Crops of Oats George Walker, a farmer living near Gettysburg, has completed cutting his second crop of oats for this season. The first crop was cut and stacked early in the season and the second crop came on after the rains began. Both crops have been good enough to warrant the expense of threshing them. This is believed to be the first instance in the history of South Dakota where two crops of oats have been raised in one season on the same land. FOR RENT- Twdsmall houses, close in, rent cheap until sprinsr, also a lot of household furniture including a high grade self-genera ting gas range in first class condi tion with bake oven. Six months time given on bankable paper. In quire of H. Durkee. FOR RENT -Good house cheap. Inquire at tbis office. 25tf Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale Whereas, default liai been made In the pay ment of the principal and interest on the money secured by a certain morttr&jje made and dated July-nd. A. 1).. 1910. by Ed^ar K. Dykeman, a single man, of Stanley County, State of South Dakota, to Will li. Wali»ole, whilst! post offlce address is Philip, Stanley County, South Dakota, which said mortgage was recorded in the office of the register of deed* of the county of Stanley and State of South Dakota in Book HO of morUratres on I'aw I UK) thereof on the 5th day of July, A. D., Whereas, no action or proceeding at law, or otherwise has }een instituted to recover the money secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof and. Whereas. It was stimulated in said mortgage that If default le made in the payment of any portion of the principal or interest promptly at the time the same should Ijecome due or if default be made in the payment of the taxes assessed or to be assessed upon said premises Itefore the same becomes delinquent, then the whole sum of principal and interest should at once become due and. Whereas, default has been made in the pay ment of the principal and Interest secured by said mortgage and the whole amount of the principal and interest has become due by rea son of said default: and. Whereas, default has been made in the pay ment of the ta.\es on the said land and which taxes theownerof the mortgage has paid, a shown by he records in the offlce of the Coun ty Treasurer of Stanley County, South Dako ta and. Whereas, the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date of this notice is the sum of Twelve hundred fifty (fliSO) dollars with interest thereon at the rate of per cent per annum from the -nd day of July, Ifllo, which said interest amounts to One hundred fourteen dollars and forty four cents ($114.44). together with twenty dollars and eighty nine cents. ($J0.X9) taxes, paid by the owner of this mortgage, amounting in all to the sum of Thirteen hundred eighty Ave dollars and thir ty three cents ($l3*j.:tt). lesides twenty five dollars statutory attorney's fees. Now therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in the said mortgage and duly recorded as aforesaid, and pursurant to the Statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of the mortgaged prem ises therein described at public auction at the front door of the Court House in the City of I'ort l'ierre. Stanley County, South Dakota, on Saturday the 7th day of October, 1911, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. The said mortgaged premises are situated in the County of Stanley and State of South Dakota, and are described as follows, to-wit: The southeast iiuarterof the northeast quar ter (SEH NE4). the east half of tl e southeast quarter (EV4 SE!*), and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter (SW'4 SE1*) of sec tion thirty five (35) In township one (1) south of range twenty (^0) east of the Black Hills Meridian, containing one hundred sixty acres more or less according to the governmem survey thereof. Dated at Philip, Stanley County, South Da kota, this -4th day of August, 1911. R. E. WaliMle, Assignee of the mortgagee and owner of the mortgage. C. A. Bennett, attorney for the owner of the mortgage. (First Publication Auguat 34th. last Octolier 5th. 1911, Notices for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Of flce at Pierre, S. I)., Sept. 18,1911. Notlcells hereby given that Mary McQuillen of Philip, S. D.. who. on August -'li, 1910, made 11. E. No. 010002, for SW^, Section IT. Town ship 3N, liangt^lE, B. II. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land aln)ve described. lefore JAMES A. QUIGG. U. S. Commissioner, at Philip. S. D., on the 30th day of Oct. 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Clark Paul, W. C. McElhany, of Philip, S. D., Gunder ChristiaiuMMi. and Adam Beno, of Elbon, S. D. John L. Lockhart, Register. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at ChamlH'i lain. S. D.. Sept. 9,1911. Notice is hereby given that August Schrader. of Willard, S. I)., who. on July 0, 1900, made Homestead Entry No. 11728. Serial No. 03817, for NE^4. Section 11, Township 2S, lianee 20E, B. H. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before JAMES A. QUIGG, U. S. Commissioner, at his offlce In Philip, S. D., on Oct. 18,1911. Claimant names as witnesses: August Hlnz, Joseph IMroutek, Vern Austin, of Willard. S. I)., and Joseph Celustka, of Kadoka, S. I). W. Hall Irons, Register. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Pierre, S. D., August 31, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Thomas Mathew Culp, of Philip, S. D., who, on Nov. 25, 1905, made H. E. No. 5543, Serial No. 059*5, for SEi, Sec tion 4, Township 2N, Range 19E, II. M., has filed notice of intention to make tinal five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore James A. Quigg, U. S. Commissioner, in his offlce at Philip, S- IX, on the 9th day of October 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Jos eph Renick, Gustave M. Johnson, Joseph Ladgin, and John Hovey, of Philip, S. D. John L. Lockhart, Register. Philip & Hardingrove Mail & Stage Line Leaves Philip daily at 7:00 a. no. for Smith, Elbon, Topbar, Miles ville and Hardingrove. Arrives at 6:00 p. m. Connects at Smith for stage to Wellsburg, Marietta and Hartley. Express packages reasonable rates. O'Reilly carried at St Ay an, Props. LET 1910. at nine o'clock in the forenoon of said day: and which said mortgage was on the Kth day of .July, A. I).. 1910, duly assigned by the said Will K. Wal]Kle. mortgagee, to K. E. Walpole. whose post otllce address is Yankton, of Yank ton County, State of South Dakota, and which said assignment was recorded in the office of the register of deed* of the County of Stanley and State of South Dakota in book 4 of As signments of Moitgageson page Ir»." thereof on the 10th day of August, A. D.. 1910. at ten o' clock in the forenoon of said day: and. IS FIGURE YOUR We know we can save you money. We Guarantee both our PRICES AND QUALITY of Lumber. All we ask is a chance to show you that what we claim is true For Cash Only City Meat Market WHOLESALE AND RETAIL When You are in Philip Stop at the Winchester Hotel Mrs, Jos. 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W44W+++*lM,+Mt+Mt,M,M'++++++ttf+++,W+,H',M,,M«MHH 73 Saloon Dispensers of the Minneapolis Brewing Co.'s famous Golden Grain Belt Beer A fine and tempting line of the best and choicest wines, liquors and cigars. Railroad Street. Philip, S. L. E. GOLDSMITH, Gash. Fort Pierre Bank MABTII* JOHNSON, Pres. bank of Kadoka Home Land & Abstract Co. Respectfully Solicit Your M. tfo ^AJWELL Sec and Bonded AbsLrcUr. West Pine Street D. R. A. BIELSKI It. A. PIER, Cashier Business rs, HERRI, #. i.