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Pierre weekly free press. (Pierre, S.D.) 1889-19??, November 02, 1905, Image 9

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a -heating stove that
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spring, aiid coal wKian
winter sets in for keeps.
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IF YOU WANT
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to purchase a Birthdajr present get a hand
some piece of CHIN AWARE at Lockhar^'s.
He also has the Best Line of
in the city
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Groceries to make nice things from,
j. L. lockhart
Corner Drug Stor^
Best Selected Stock
Drugs, Paints, Oils and
brushes, etc., in Pierre. Your
Patronage is Solicited.
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Past Through Trains Daily
dVfertne only double-track railway between Chicago and
|p lllissouri River. Excellent train service and fast train
«l^ule&„lroni ^i points ip loip^|^nes£±|^Oh
Igpigl^T^.lndtt^d^rta m£$:
PuHmnn compartment, drawing-room ,Aid
airs, dining c*rs, library and observation
AlWffet jUWtkftjg cats and fjpc recllniiig Jiair cars.
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which, with necessary, instructions,
may be obtained from the commission's (,2
local representative. Mr.
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you if you're look
ling for a guaranteed salve for sores,
burns, or piles. Otto Dodd, of Ponder,
Mo., writes: "I suffered with a ugly
sore for a year, but a box of Bucklin's
Arnica Salve cured me. It's the best
salve on earth." 25c at M. J. Schubert's
Prug Store.
Wanted—A lawyer or notary public
to act as my agent for the securing of
charters uu'der South Pakota laws.
Address at once with references and
terms. J. M. Frere, Corporation At
torney, 25 Broad St., New York.
Wanted—Men and women to handle
our high grade line of Toilet Prepara.
tion and flavoring extracts. Salary and
commission. LeMaire Perfume Co.,
Room 15, Telephone building, Aber
deen, S. D. C. F. smith, Rep.
Mary—Sponge the pimples with war
water. You need a blood tonic, r. Id
advise you to take Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. It drives away all erup
tions. 35 oents. Tea or tablet form
M. J, Schubert, druggist.
WANTED—Cattle and Horses—Well
improved 8(5-acre farm, southeast
South Dakota, will take all or part in
good horses and cattle. H. C. Smith
Elk Point, South Dakota.
For Sale— 2uo yearlings and two
year old steers, ,100 head of heifers, 10
head of dry cows to be delivered
April 1 st. F. Downs, Willmar, Minn
Wasted—A competent sal smat. to
represent us with a crocKery line. We
will make it interesting to the proper
party. Address The William Brunt
Pottery Co., East Liverpool, O.
AND
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AT CLIFTON .HARNESS SHOP
THOUSANDS SAVED BY
DR. KIM'S NEW DlSUlf
Thi* wonderful medioing posi
tiveiy ourto» Consumption, Coughs
Colas, Bronohitis, Asthma, Pncu
monia, Hay Fever, Pleurisy,
u. S. Civil Service Examination.
A competitive examination under
the rules of the II. S. Civil Service
Commission, for the position of clerk man Standard Sleeping Cars leaving
or carrier in the postoffice at Pierre,' Huron 8:0op.:m.
S D. will be held on November 14th,
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at the l'ierre postollice or from the tin
dersigned.
Applications will not he accepted un-
J. M. Shoemaker,
HPf Sec'y 8th Civil Service District,
Room 532, Postollice block,
jsssi,, St. Paul, Minnesota.
TosHiiionv of «i f»IlnJMer.
llev. John S. Cox, of Wake, Ark.,
writes: "For twelve years I suil'ered
from yellow jaundice. I consulted a
number ol' physicians and tried all
sorts of medicines, but got no relief.
Then I began the use of Electric Hit
ters and feel thai I am now cured of
a disease that had me n\ its grasp for
twelve years." If you want a reliable
medicine for liver and kidney trouble,
stomach disorder or general debility,
get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed
by M. J. Schubert, Druggist. Only i)0c.
Free Homes
Are practically things ol' the past, but
good homesteads may be had by buy
ing some homesteader's rights and im*
provements. Homes can be secured in
this way within ten or twenty miles of
railroad at prices ranging from $100 to
$500.
Improved farms at 815 to $25 per
acre.
Unimproved land at $t to .§15 per
acre.
For further information call on, or
writeto JOHN S. KEEP,
l'ierre, S. P.
No.one who is interested in going
away to school should fail'to write the
Grand island Business and Normal col
lege of Grand Island, Nebraska, for
their catalogue. This is one of the
leading schools in the west. It has one
thousand students each year but can
not supply the-demand for its gradu
ates. Students of limited means are
allowed to take a full courso and pay
for the 8ume when they secure a posi
tion and we understand several will at
tend from this county.
La-
QrippOr Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup ind Whooping Cough.
Evtry bottle guaranteed. No
Cure. No Pay. Prioe 50o.&$l.
Triitbottle free.
Northwestern line
from P,erre
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fs
iheJSoiuittesieuiiinednii.mil
eBtablisnment of a new line of Pull-
throu«»»
15)05, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. giving the* at 9:42 a m., except bun
Applications for this examination d»' This tram has through coaches
must be made on the prescribed form,
to
Rochester. Minn..
Hu:on and Rochester
Winona (11:J0 a. m.). La Crosse
'P- ^achson o:J) p. m.)^ai
S, Williams, (9:25 p. m.), connecting at Madi
less received by the undersigned before 'eaves Red field *:25 p. m., Brookings
4:30 o'clock p.m., on November 2. l!K)5
Ail persons wishing to take this ex-,
amination should secure blanks and
(ill them out at once in order to allow
time for any necessary corrections.
son for Milwaukee (9:05 p. rn.)
The sleeping car for St. Paul and
Minneapolis, connecting at Brookings
11:00 p. in., arriving St. Paul 8:00 a. m.,
Minneapolis 8:30 a. m.
The train connecting with this serv
ice leaves Pierre, South Pakota, at 3:30
p. m., daily except Sunday.
Similar services west-bound from Chi
cago. The traveling public will readily
appreciate the benefit to be derived
from the new service and which is
characteristic of this line.
For further particulars, rates, tickets
etc.. apply to J. J. Kurrell, Agent Chi
cago & Northwestern railway, Pierre,
South Pakota.
liMliiHtrial Opportunities.
A new folder giving concise informa
tion regarding industrial openings along
the Chicago Northwestern ilway.
with particulars as to factory buildings
and desirable sites available for imme
diate use and other information of
much value to manufacturers seeking
new locations, There are hundreds of
splendid openings for manufacturers,
jobbers and retail dealers in territory
reached by the Northwestern line.
This folder contains a full descrip
tion of several important excursions of
the Northwestern line.that open some
of the finest territory in the west. Free
on application to agents Northwesrern
line.
Savon Two from Death.
"Our little daughter had an almost
fatal attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Havi
land, of Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all
other remedies failed, we saved her life
with Dr.- King's New Discovery. Our
niece, who had consumption in an ad
vanced stage, also used this wonderful
medicine and to-day she is perfectly
well." Desperate throat and lung dis
eases yield to Pr. King's New Piscoverv
as to no other medicine on earth. In
fallible for coughs and colds. 50c and
®1.00 bottles guaranteed by M. J. Schu
bert, Druggist. Trial bottles free.
Wanted—By an old established, re
liable grocery house two experienced
salesmen to sell groceries to farmers,
families, hotels and restaurants. Lib
eral commission. State age,
experience,
whether married or single, and do not
neglect to give references. Address
Pierre Free Fress.
Broke Into Hi* House!
S. LeQuinn, of Cavendish. Vt., was
robbed of his ^customary health by an
invasion of chronic constipation. When
Dr. King's New Life Pills| broke into
his house, his trouble was arrested and
now he's entirely cured. They're guar
anteed to cure, 25c at M. J. Schubert's
Drugstore.
Notice of Wlorlgajre Sale.
Notice is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of a certain judgment
and decree, dated May 11, A. D. 1905,
and docketed on the 23rd day of" Octo
ber, A. D, 1905, in the office of the clerk
Of the circuit court in. and lor Hughes
county, South Dakota, in a cause then
pending in said ^ourt, wherein Ellen M.
Stacey was plaintiff and William Men
sing, George March, Charles II. McKee,
Josej-h O. Brown, and Pierre Ranch
Cattle company, a corporation, were
defendants, iu favor of said plaintiff
and against said defendants and also
under and by virtue of a special execu
tion issued on said judgment and de
cree arid directed to me as sheriff of
Hughes county, South Dakota. Now.
therefore, on Tuesday, the 28th day of
November, A. D. 1905, at the hour of 2
o'clock in the afternoon thereof, at the
front door of the court house iuthe 'city
of Pierre, in said Hughes county, South
Dakota, 1 shall offer for sale, and sell to
the highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing described premises, situate and be
ing in said county of Hughes, South
Dakota, and described in said judgment
and execution, to-wit: The west half
of the southwest quarter of section five,
[5], iu township one hundred and ten
[110], northMf range seventy-eight [78|,
west of fifth principal meridian, and
containing eighty acres, more or less,
according to the United States govern
ment survey thereof, and, by the terms
of which judgment and decree there is
now due in principal and interest the
sum of nine hundred and forty-six and
eighty-five onfe hundredths (8946.85)
dollars.
Dated at Pierre, South Dakota. Octo
ber 26. A.D. 1905.
SAMUEL LOGAN,
IP
Sheriff, Hughes Co., S. D.
S. A.' Keenan, Attorney for Plaintiff,
Clark, S: D. 10:26-11:23-v23:24
Notice of Wearing Petition Tor Letter*
ol Administration.
State of South Dakota, se. In Coiinty Court.
County of Hujrhes. September Term 1905
In the matter of the estate of Joseph
C. Pomeroy, deceased.
The State of South Dakota sends greet
ing to Charlessa C. Pomeroy, Martha
P. Goodrich and Louise P. Davis,
heirs at law and next, of kin of Jo
seph C. Pomeroy, deceased, and to ail
to whom these presents inay come.
Notice is hereby given,.that Martha
P. Goodrich has filed with the judge of
this court, a petition praying for letters,
of administration of the .estate of Jo
seph C. Pomeroy, deceased, be issued to
H. R. Homer, and that Tuesday the 21st
day of November,' lilOo, at 9 o'clbck a.
m, of said day, being a day of a regular
term of this-court, tj-wit: of the No
vember term, 1905, at the office of the
county judge in the court house in the
city of Pierre couuty of Hughes, South
Dakota, has beeu-aet for bearing said
"Vj
•I n«-\v s!e»i»iu" "»r s«rv»cc to ti«p na*t. petition, when and where any persoii and which prays for a juflgment quiet
The
why
the said petition
granted.
Dated at Pierre,
of October A. I). 1905,
J. K. J1RBEDEN,
Judge of the County Court.
10:26-11
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Summon*.
State of Soutli Dakota, I ,t. In
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiffs, which was tiled in the ollice
of the clerk of this court at the city of
Pierre, in Hughes county, South Pakota,
on the 14 th day of Ocrober, 1905, and
which prays for a judgment determin
ing all interests to and liens against
the premises described in the complaint,
situate in said county, the northeast
quarter of section twenty-two (22), in
township one hundred and twelve 112).
north of range seventy-live (75), west of
the Fifth P. M., and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the undersigned at his ollice in the city
of Sioux Falls, in Minnehaha county,
South Pakota, within thirty days after
the completed service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of such
service and if you fail to answer said
complaint within that time, the plain
tiff will apply to the court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Pated October 14, 1905
C, M. HARRISON,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
10:19-11:30-v22:23 Sioux Falls, S. P.
Summons.
Dated, Pierre,South Dakota,this 30th
day of August, A. P. 1905.
ZELL GUTHRIE,
oa
Attorney for Plaintiff.
9:28-11:9 v22:20 Pierre, S. P.
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state of south naUotn, I In Circuit, court.
county of ntithes,
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announces the I interested may appear anu show cause, nsg v.ie title to and the. determination
should not be ot all adverse claims against the
premises described in the complaint
S. I). this 23rd day situated in the county of Hughes, state
circuit court,
State of south Dakotu, I In
county of nuchas,
Summons: Chas. L. Hyde, plaintiff, vs:
til.li .judicial ciro't
James T. Roberts, GilbertC. Roberts,
Beaver Creek Bank, a corporation of
Minnesota, Charles F. Hubbard, and
all persons unknown who have or
claim to have any estate or interest
in or lien or incumbrance upon the
premises described in the complaint,
defendants.
The state of South Dakota to the above
named defendants.
You are hereby summoned and requir
ed to answer the complaint of the plain
tiff which was liled in the oflice of the
clerk of this court at the city of Pierre, in
Hughes county, South Dakota, on the
3^th day of Hugust, A. 1). 1905, and
which prays for a judgment quieting
the title to and the determination ol all
adverse claims against ttie premises
described in the complaint, situated in
the county of Hughes, state of South
Dakota, to-wit: The northwest quarter
of the northeast quarter of section
twenty-seven, township one hundred
eleven, n., range seventy
.nine, w. 5th p.m.
[nw)i of ne}4 of sec. 27, t. Ill, r. 79], ac
cording to the government survey
thereof and all of Illinois Addition to
the city of Pierre, according to the re
corded plat thereof on tile in the office
of the rrgister of deeds iu and for said
county of Hughes, state of South
Dakota, and to serve a copy of your
answer to said complaint on the under
signed at his ollice in the Hilger block
in the city of Pierre, South Dakota,
within thirty days after the completed
service of this summons upon you, exe
elusive of the day of such service, and
if you fail to answer said complaint
within that time, the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
6th judicial circuit
Summons: Chas L. Hyde, plaintiff vs
Lucy A. Sharpe, Chapter Calvary
Cathedral a corporation of South
Pakota, Allice A. Minick, Alice A.
Minich. and all persons unknown who
have or claim to have any estate or
interest in or lien or mcumberance
upon the premises described in the
complaint, defendants.
The state of South Dakota to the above
named defendants.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to,answer the complaint of the
plaintiff which was filed in the office of
the clerk of this court at the city of
Pierre, in Hughes county
.South Dakota,
on the 29th day of uly, A. D. 1905, and
which prays for a judgment quieting
the title to and the determination of all
adverse claims against the premises
described iu the complaint, situated in
the county of Hughes, state of South
Dakota, to-wit: Lots nine and ten [9,
10] of block nine (9) of Central Addition
to the town, now city of Pierre, accord
ing to the recorded plat thereof on file
in the oflice of the register cf deeds in
and for said county of Hughes, state of
South Dakota, and to serve a copy of
your answer to*Said complaint on the
undersigned at his office in the Hilger
block in the city of Pierre, South
Dakota, within thirty days after the
completed service of this summons up
on you, exclusive of the day of such
service: and if you fail to answer said
complaiint within that time, the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated at Pierre, south Dakota^ this
29th day of Julv, A. D. 1905. Slffi
ZELL GUTHRIE,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
9:28-11:9-v22:20 Pierre, s. n.
Summons.
state of south Dakota* In Circuit Court,
County of Hashes, 6th Judicial Otro't
Summons: Chas. L. Hyde, plaintiff, vs:
Hfcnry H. Plow. Benj. C. Ash, Frank
C. Siems, Paul C. Gade.The unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees and the ex
eoutor or administrator of John W.
Williams, deceased, The creditors of
•j John W. Williams, deceased, James
iPiijiip, Corwiu D. Mead, The IuteiS
Ocean Publishing Co., a corporation
of Illinois, and all persons unknown
who have or claim to have tiny estate
or interest in or lien or incumbrance
upon the premises described in
complaint, defendants.
The state of South Dakota to the above
named defendants.
Yoitare hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint of the
plaintiif which was filed in the office of
the clerk of this court at the city of
Pierre, in Hughes county, South Dakota
t*»
the
Ipth day of August, JL.H
of South Dakota, to'wit: Lots one, two
three and four (1, 2, 3, 4,) in block-' four
(4), lots one, two, three, four and five (J
2, 3, 4, 5^ in block live (5), lota one. two'
and three (I, 2, 3) in block six (VL lots
one and two (1, 2) in block seven (7), lots
circuitcourt eleven and twelve [11, 12] in block
ununty of Hughes, fs Htii .ludiciai circ. 1.1 )0Veii [11] all the abovef described
Summons1: Wiliiaril S. Ellison and W.: premises being in Ash's Second Ad
dition to the town, no.v city, of Pierre,
according to the recorded plat thereof
1. Schryoer, plaintiffs, vs. Samuel
\Vigfall," administrator the estate.
of Elizabeth Greene, deceased, and on lile in the ollice of the- register of
the unknown heirs, devisees, legatee*., deeds in and for said county of Hughes
and the executor or administrator of state of South Dakota, and to serve a
the estate of Elizabeth Greene, de- copy of your answer to said complaint
ceased, defendants. on the undersigned at his ollice in the
The State of South Dakota to the above
named defendants, greeting:
Hilger block in the city of Pierre, South
Dakota, within thirty days after the
completed service of this summons up
on you, exclusive of the day of such
service, and if you fail to answer said
complaint within that time, the plaintiff
will apply to the court for the relief de
manded in the complaint.
Dated, Pierre, S-Mith Dakota,'this TOth
day of August, A. D. 1905.
ZELL TFT RLE,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
9:28-11:9-v22 20 Pierre, S. p.
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state of South iwkotii, I in circuit Court,
courtly of liiiffhi's, flth judicial olrc't,,
Summons: Chas. L. Hyde, plaintiff, vs:
Alice Lindsey [nee O'Neil], Walter E.
Lindsey, Joseph II. Parsons, and
all persons unknown who have or
claim to have any estate or interest
in or lien or incumbrance upon the
premises described in the complaint,
defendants.
The state ot South Dakota to the above
named defendants.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the coinpiaiut of the
plaintiff which was filed in the oflice of
the clerk of this court at. the city ol'
Pierre, in Hughes county, South Dakota
on the 30th day of August. A. P. 190r,
and which- prays for a judgment quiet
ing the title to and determination of (ill
adverse claims against the premises
described in the complaint, situated iu
the county of Hughes, state of South
Pakota. to-wit: The east half of north
east quarter of northeast quarter of
northeast quarter and the west half of
southeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section twenty-nine, town
•ship one hundred eleven, n., of range
seventy-nine, west of 5th P. M. (e1^ of
neJ-4 of neJ-4 of neJ4 and wV, of aej^ of
ne'j-4 of sec. 29, t. Ill, 79), all the above
described premises being in the county
of Hughes, state of South Dakota, ac
cording to the government survey, and
to serve a copy of your answer to said
complaint on the undersigned at his
ollice in the Hilger block.in the city of
Pierre, South Dakota, within thirty days
after the completed service of the sum
mons upon you, exclusive of the (lay of
such service, and if you fail to answer
said complaint within that time, the
plaintiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated. Pierre, South Pakota, this30th
day of August, A. P. 1905.
ZELL- GUTHRIE,
State of South Dakotu, I In Circuit Court,
County ol Hughes, f" 6th Judicial Oirc't
Summons: ('ha*. L. Hyde, plaintiff, v*.
Northwestern Land Association, a corpora
tion of Minnesota, Patterson 1\ MoClun\ as
trustee, farmer's Capital InviiHi-mont. Co.,
a corporation of South PaUota. Frank M.
Lewis, as trustee Tlie unknown heirs,
devisees. lcrat"es and exetictor or admin
istrator of Smith Saunders, deceased.
William A. Kuat and Aloney .T. Hunt as
executors of Ralph K. Hunt, deceased: Tho
unknown heirs, devisees and lopateos' of
Ralph E. Host, deceased, Luther X. Town
send, Chas. B, Kennedy. Marcus P. Matcon.
O. H. Smith, whose true chriM1 tn n*me is to
the plantitf unknown, Ohus. E. Hinds, Emii.v
C. AVillcuts, A. M. Johnson, who*u true
christian name is to the plaint!IT unknown,
N. Simpson, whose true christian name in t.o
the plaintiff unknown. Alice Youny IVirnos,
and all persons unknown who have or claim
to have any estate or interest in or lien or
incumbrance upon the premises described
in the complaint, defendants.
The stale of South Dakota to the abovo named
defendants:
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint of the p'iaiutiil wiiiou
was filed in the ollice of the clerk of this court
at the city of l'ierre, in llu#Jies county. South
Dakota, on the 30t day of August. A. !. 11IU5,
and which prays, lor a jud^nmnt quieting- tho
title to and the determination of all adverse
claims afrainst. the premises described in the
complaint, situated in the county of Hughes,
state of South D'ikota, to-wit: Lots fourteen
and fifteen (14. 15) in block.twenty-four (S4)
lots seventeen, eighteen tweuty-orio» twenty
two and twenty-live (17, IS. 21, 2~, U5) iu block
ninteen (10). lct.s nine, ten, eleven, twelve,
twenty-four and twenty-five (9, 10,' 11, la, 34,
2f) in block twenty (20), lot twenty-eight (si8).
in block twenty-three (?3): lots eleven,
twelve, thirteen, fourteen and twenty-eight
(11, 11, 13. 14, 2K) in block twenty-six
cJ6). lots one and two (1, 2) in block
thirty-one (31) all the above describ
ed premises being- in Wells' Second Addition
to the town, now city, of Pierre, accord
ing- to the recorded plat thereof on
tile In the office ol" the register of deed*
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer tlvu complaint of the plaintiff which
wan flled in the office of the cleric of this
court at thi city of Pierre, in Hughes comity,
south Dakota, on the 30th day. of" August, A.
D. 1906. and which prays for a judgmeut
quieting title to and the determination of all
auverse claims against the premises described
in the complaint, situated in the county of
Hug-hes, state of south Dakota, to-wit: Tb«
southeast quarter of the northeast quarv.or of
Faction tweiity-eig-iit. township one hundred
eleven, range seventy nine, west 5th P- M.
(6eW of ne!i of sec. 28. 111, 79) all the above
deocribed premises being- in tho state of south
Dakota, county of Hughes, according to the
government survey thereof, anil to. servo
copy of your answer tn said couiplnlnt on tho
undersigned at his office in the uilger block.
In the city of Pierrfe. south Dakota, within
thirty daysufter the completed serviceof the
summons upon you, exclusive of the duy JJ
such hervice. And if you faiL to answer salfl
complainfwithln that time, the plaintiff will
apply to tbe court for the relief uemnndod In
in the complaint.
Dated, Pierre, south Dakota, this 30th day of
Angogt, A. t. 1905.
9:28-11 Attorney for PlaiVtm,
PUrro*
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Attorney for Plaintiff,
9:28-11:9 v22:20 Pierre, S. I).
Summons
In and for said county of Hnghes, state
of South Dakota, and to serve ft copy of your
answer to said complaint on the unuersiffiied
at li's office in the Ilil{,'cr block in thocityof
Pierre, South Dakota, within thirty days after
the completed service of thin-summons upon
yc.it, exclusive of the day of such service and
if you fail to answer said comulaint within
that time, the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded- in tho complaint.
Dated, Pierre, South Dakota, this 30th l«y
of August. A. D. 1905. ZELL UTHUJ.E.
0:28-11:9-v22:20 Attorney for PtainViff.
Pierre, s. o.
Summons.
State i.f South Dakotu, In Oil-on it f'ourt,
County of Huplics. f88 6th Judicial Oirc't
sumnioiis: Oluis. L. Hyde, plaintiff, vs
P. E. Locke, whose t.rur christian name i« to
the plaintiff unknown. First Katiouul Bank
of Fort Pierre, a corporation of the United
states, the creditors of the First National
B.ink of Fort. Pierre, insolvent, Eugene
s'eere, E. V. Oanfield. whose true christian
name is to the plaintiff unknown, Frank M.
March, Charles E. ui litis. Capital Invest
ment Co., a corporation of south Dakota,
Korlhwestorn Laud Association, a corpora
tion of Minnesota and nil persons unknown
who have or clain to have any estate or in
terest in or lien or incumbrance upon the
premises described tn the complaint, de
fendants:
The state of south Dakota to the above named
defendants:
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