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Washington, Not. 8.—Special:^-In
Tlew of the great number of postof
fi^/through their postmasters, and
oifeitional banks, through their of
floviSt. which applied to the Post Of
fice Department to be designated, re
spectively, as postal savings banks
aid' depositories of postal savings,
there is likelf to be widespread dis
appolntment over the action of the
Board of Trustees, under the law, the
Postmaster General, the Secretary of
the Treasury and the Attorney Gen
eral, in designating only forty-eight
postoffices, one for each"state and the
two territories of Arizona and New
Mexico.Vj!
THere seems to nave beeu genersi
lack of accurate information of the
law, and that, with only
beu
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$100,000
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propriated for a starter, the system
must necessarily begin in a limited
and experimental way. So it wa8 de
cided to make the try-out with offices
of moderate size, those of the second
class. Of the forty-eight poBtofllces
designated to be postal savings banks,
exactly one-half by the census of 1900
had a population of less than 5,000,
while none other half had over 25,
000 population.
Members of the National Rivers
and Harbors Congress are looking
forward to the greatest meeting of
the body in its history December 7,
8 and 9. Washington will be crowd
ed with the thousands of delegates,
with the usual season's influx of vis
itors, Senators, members of the
House and citizens who will have
business with the different branches
of the government at the nations'
capital. The congressional elections
will be over, and the country will
know what party has triumphed. But
the Buccess of the great national
waterways movement does not depend
upon the result of contests between
the Republican and Democratic par
ties. The leaders and the bulk of the
following in public life of both par
ties are thoroughly committed to a
kjhroad and comprehensive policy,
with in annual appropriation embrac
ing items approved by expert engin
eers and answering the largest com
mercial necessities.
THE STATE CENSUS.
Canton News: Still we do not get
the census returns and it is doubtful
if they are ready for the legislature.
The News' prediction is that the total
population of South Dakota will ex
ceed 550,000 and that the unit of con
gressional appointment will not be
greater than 215,000. If this predic
tion is correct we will get three con
gressmen. In any event the con
gressional apd legislative apportion
latent bills are going to be matters of
supreme interest another spriu
Clearly the unit for legislative appor
tionment must be raised and that
means that many counties in the
eastern portion of the state will
•be given reduced representation.
.—Thera-ean
but .fnrtv-fi
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and there can be but forty-five sen
ators and there are already that many
but provision must be made for the
new settlers west of the Missouri.
WITHOUT A POLLING PLACE.
County Auditor Ihli is up against a
proposition in this county, in which
be luui no precedent to guide him so
far he can learn. The matter has
never been tested out, and there is
aottiing to indicate how the courts
Ktgtit rale if it were taken to them.
The question is the right to use a
•etaool bouee as a polling place. It
i* customary to make selections in
th® country precinctn over the state,,
•nd the Hilghes county board has fol
lowed tbe custom ever since the or
ganization of the county. Last elec
tion the school board of DeGrey pre
oljpct brought a bill to the county of
five dollars for cleaning the school
house after the election. The board
fltwUy allo^d three dollars for the
but would go no higher. After
the school house of that precinct had
been selected as the polling place by
th« county board for the election this
the
war-notified by the
.Chairman of the school that the ee.un
WOsld not have the building for
porpose this year. The auditor
mwied lits complaint to the county
Saoperintendent. Who/sustained the
board. The whole proposition
MlpeM Anew one so far as can
on election day it will
•jP *9 We election officials of |De
it a' place td hold
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EVERYONES
NOTION
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OOVKKNMKNT TOWN LOTS
CHAND PUBLICS LG
Newell. S. Tliurndav. October 27
Sale of town lots under Govern
ment Supervision at Newell, S. D.,
the new town on the Belie Fourche
Valley Line twenty-three miles east
of Belle Fourche, S. D. Great oppor
tunities for new business openings.
Do not fail to attend. Apply to tick
et agents Chicago & North Western
Ry. for full particulars. 23-2
A' Pierre Park Buff Rock Farm
I have a large number of Buff Rock
cockerels for sale now. These are
choice birds, and prices right.—R. D.
Dexheimer, Owner. *f 2
Notice of Application to Disconnect And
Exclude Certain Territory From the
Corporate Limits of the City
of Pierre,
1
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that on the 21st dav of
November, 1910. at the hour of eight clock P.
M., the undersigned owners will present to the
City Commissioners, of Pierre, Hughes County,
S. I).,, at the Commissioner's room in the Temple
Court Building on Pierre, St.. their petition to
disconnect and exclude from the corporate limits
of the City of Pierre, the hereinafter described
tract of land, viz.. North-half of Southwest quar
ter of Section, Twenty-nine (29), Township One
Hundred Eleven, N„ Range Seventy-nine (79) W.
5th P. M„ except a tract ten rods wide off the
east end thereof, described as follows, commenc
ing at the center Government marking for said
Section Twenty-nine, thence west ten rods,
thence south eighty rods, thcnce east ten roads,
thence north eighty rods to place of beginning.
ANNA SENECHAL.
THHESA A. TURNER,
BERTHA MCD9NALD.
State of South Dakota,
By Ztsii Guthrie,
Their Attorney.
rss In Co
1 Septembe:
lounty Courts
County of Hughes I September Term 19105,v~
In the matter of the estate of 1 •,?' i. I
Emma A. Bruce,
Deceased
The State of South Dakota Sonds Greeting1 to
George W. Cauaan, John Canaan. William P.
Canaan. Harry Bruce, Mary Soot and John H.
Bruce, hoirs at law and next of kin of Emma A.
Bruce, deceased, and to all to whom these pres
ents may come.
Notice is Hereby Given. That John H.. Bruce
has filed in this Court, praying for a petition Let
ters of Administration of the estate of Emma A.
Bruce deceased, and that Saturday, the 19th day of
November, 1910 at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, be
ing a day of a regular term of this Court, to-wit: of
the November term, 1910, at the office of theCounty
Judge, in the Court House in ithe city of Pierre,
county of Hughes State of South Dakota, has been
set for hearing said petition, when and where any
person interested may appear and show cause why
the said petition should not be granted.
Dated at Pierre. South Dakota, this 20th day of
October A. D. 1910.
[SEAL] H. TARBELL.
-Clerkof County
JOHN H. MCCORD,
Judge of the County Court.
Oct 20-27-Nov. 3-10-17.
DON'T LET BABY SUFFER
With rash, chafing and other skin
humors. The regular use of Beacom's
Baby Soap will .correct all of these
evils that make the little life miser
able.
The only soap that cleansesr soothes
and purifies.
25 cents for large cake at dealers or
by mail.
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Sale of City Lots
Not ice is hereby {riven that on November 17th.
19)1), thelollowinK lots in the city ofjMadison. S.
I)., will be offered for sale at public ^auction, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock
p. m.. at the front door of the court house, to-wit:
Lots 9. 10, 17 & 18 of Blk. 16.
Lots 12 & 13 of Blk. 21.
Lots 10&ll of Blk. 22.
Lots 5 & 6 of Blk. 2a.
Lots J.l & 12 of Blk. 24.
all in Town Proprietor\Second Addition to Madi-
""iJated at Pierre, S. D.. September 27th, 1910.
O. G. DOKKEN,
21-6 Commissioner of School & Public ,iinds.
Sale of University Endowment Lands.
Notice is hereby given that on November 1st,
1910, the following described lnnds in Potter
county will be offered for sale at public auction,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock
p. m., at the front door of the court in said coun
ty, to-wit: The North-Kaat Quarter of Section
12, Township 117, Range 79.
Dated at Pierre, S. D., August 24, 1910.
O.C DOKKEN,
Commissioner of School and Public Lands.
MORTGAGE SALE
Whereas. Default has been made in the pay
ment of the interest or. the money secured by a
mortgage dated February 17th, 1890, executed by
The Farmers Capital Investment Company, a
corporation doing business in the State of South
Dakota, of the County of McCook in said State, to
Charles E. Hinds, of the County of Sanborn in
said State of South Dakota, and which mortgage
was filed in the office of the Register of Deeds ot
the County of Hughes, State of South Dakota on
the 9th day of April, 1890, and recorded in Book
60 of Mortgages, on page 69 and
Whereas, No action or proceeding at law. or
otherwise, has been instituted to recover the debt
secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof
and
Whereas, It was stipulated in said mortgage
that if default should be made in the payment of
any portion of the principal or interest promptly
at the time the same should become due, or if de
fault be made in the payment of the taxes assesaed
or to lv» nsseased on said premises before the same
become delinquent, then the whole sum, both
principal and interest, at once become due and
Whereas, the said Charles E. Hinds died on the
7th day of February, 1910, and the undersigned,
Katherine G. Hinds, the widow of said deceased,
has been duly appointed and has qualified as the
Executrix of the la£t will and testament of the
aaid deceased and
Whereas, Default has been made in the pay
ment of the taxes assessed on said real property
as agreed by the said mortgagor in said mortgage
Whereas, Default has been made in the tpay
ment of the principal sum due on said mortgage,
the same being now and for a number of years
past due and
Whereas, The amount claimed to be due upon
said mortgage, at the date of this notice, is the
sum of Seven Thousand Nine Hundred Forty
Dollars ($7940.00), to-wit. $3,000 principal and
$4940.00 interest:
Now, Therefore. Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and in
pursuance of the statutes in such case made and
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by
a sale of the mortgaged premises therein describ
ed, at public auction at the front door of the court
house of the said Hughes County, in the City of
Pierre, Hughes County. South Dakota, oil the 3rd
day of December, 1910, at eleven o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. The mortgaged premises
are situated in the County of Hughes in the State
of South Dakota and are described as follows, to
wit: Lots 23 and 24 in block 27 lot 14 in block 74
lots 27 and 28 in block 96 lot 30 in block 99 lot 24
in block 108: lots 26 and 27 in block 113 lots 24 and
25 in block 124, lots 7 and 8 in block 137 lots 3 and
4 in block 142 lots 23. 24 and 31 in block 14S lots 11
and 12 in block 144 all in Wells Second Addition
to the City of Pierre.
Dated at Pierre, South Dakota, this 19th day of
October, 1910.
KATHERINE G. HINDS.
Executrix of the Estate of Charles E. Hinds, de
ceased, the mortgagee above named.
SALE OF COMMON SCHOOL LANDS.
Notice is hereby given that on December 15 th,
1910, the following described school lands in
Dewey County will be offered for sale at public
auction between the hours of 10 clock a. si. and
5 o'clock p. m., at the front door of the court
hours in Selby- S. D-. to-wit:
The NWK of Section 10, Twp. 12 North, Rg. 22
East.
Dated at Pierre, S. D., October 10th. 1910.
O. C. DOKKEN.
Commissioner of School and Public Lands.
»,Notice of Hearing Petition to Admit
J& Foreign Will to Probate.
In County
Court.
STATE OP SOUTH DAKOTA.
County of Hughes. (ss
In the matter of the estate of Charles E. Hinds,
deceased.
The State of South Dakota sends Greeting to
Katherine G. Hinds and Francis E. Hinds, heirs
at law and next of kin of Charles E. Hinds, de
ceased.
..Jra .£ rnnof moilo ATI tnO
Ul BUO.il tvan viubt w* JM.W
14th day of September, 1910, notice is hereby given
that Thursday, the 13th day of October A. D. 1910
at 10 o'clock A. M, of said day, at the office of the
Judge of said Court in the City of Pierre, in said
County and State, has been appointed as the time
and place for hearing the application of Katherine
G. Hinds to admit to probate the last Will and
Testament of the said Charles E. Hinds, deceased,
and for her appointment as Executrix of said
will when and where any person interested
may appear and contest the
Witness the Hon. John H. McCord. Judge of
the County Court, and the seal of said Court, this
14th day of September. A. D. 1910, at his office in
the City of Pierre, County of Hughes and State
of South Dakota.
JOHN H. McCORD,
Seal Judge of Said County Court.
Attest H. R. TARBELL,
19-3 Clerk of said County Court.
MORTGAGE SALE
as®
Whereas, default has been made in the pay
ment of the interest on the money secured by a
mortgage dated February 17th, 189", executed by
The Farmers Capital Investment Company, a cor
poration doing business in the State of South Da
kota, of the County of McCook in said State.
Charles E. Hinds, of the County of Sanborn in
said State of South Dakota, and which mortgage
was filed in the office of the Register of Deeds
of the County of Hughes, State of South Dakota,
on the 9th day of April, 1890 and recorded in Book
60 of Mortgages on page 67: and
Whereas. No action or proceeding at law, or
otherwise, has been instituted to recover the debt
secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof and
Whereas, It was stipulated in said mort
gage that if default should be made in the pay
ment of any portion of the principal or interest
promptly at the time the same should become due,
or if default be made in the payment of the taxes
assessed or to be assessed on said premises before
the same become delinquent, then the whole sum
both principal and interest, at once become due
and
Whereas, the said Charles E. Hinds died on the
7th day of February, 1910, and the undersigned,
Katherine G. Hinds, the widow of said deceased,
has been duly appointed and has qualified as the
Executrix of the last will and testament of the
said deceased: and
Whereas, Default haB been made in the pay
ment of the taxes assessed on said real property
as agreed by the said mortgagor in said mortgage
and
Whereas, Default has been made in the pay
ment of the principal sum due on said mortgage,
the same being now and for a number of years
past due and
Whereas, the amount claimed to be due fupon
said mortgage, at the date of this notice, is the
sum of Sight Thousand Five Hundred Seventy
Dollars ($8570.00), to-wit, $3240.00 principal and
$5380.00 interest
NoThfirsfcr£, hsfsb" "ivs" tii&t by
virtue of Jthe power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and in
Judge I*ndiB in the United States
district court has set Korember
the date (or the "beat traat'
Notice of Intention to Take Tax Deed
To J. M. Johnson, the party in whose name the
land hereinafter described is taxed, and to J. M.
Johnson who holds the record title, sind the per
son in possession of said land.
TAKE NOTICE: That on the 11th day of Novem
ber, 1907, the following described piece or parcel
of real estate, ta? ed in the name of J. M. John
son, which said piece or parcel is situated in the
county cc? Hughes, and state of Soutff**Dakota,
and described as follows, to-wit:
The North West Quarter of the North East
Quarter of the North East Quarter of Section One
(lj, Township One Hundred Ten (110) North,
Rango Seventy Nine (79) West of the Fifth Prin
ciple Meridian, in Hughes county, South DaKota,
was sold for the taxes, then due and delinquent,
for the year 1906, at tax sale by the Treasurer of
said county* to M. P. Goodner, and was by said
purchaser duly assigned to F. Y. Whitmore on
the 23rd day of November, 1907. who is now the
lawful owner and. holder of the certificate of pur
chase of said premises at said tax sale.
That the right of redemption will expire and
deed for said premises be made by the Treasurer
of said connty, on demand, after sixty days from
the completed s*ervice of this notice, unless said
premises are redeemed before that time as pro
vided by law.
Dated June 13th, 1910.
cate.
F. Y. WHITMORE,
lav.-ful holder of said tax-^1* certifi­
ALBERT GUNDEBSON, Attorney.
Notice of Application for Probate of Will
State of South Dakota. I County Court
County of Hughes
In the Matter of the Es-) Notice of Time
state of DeLorme W. Appointed For Proving:
Robinson, Deceased. Will» Etc.
The State of South Dakota Sends Greeting to
Kathryn M. Robinson and DeLorme B. Robinson
and heirs next of kin of DeLorme W. Robinson,
deceased.
Pursuant to an Order Of said Court, made on
the 29th day of September A. D. 1910, notice is
hereby given that Saturday the l"th day of Octo
ber A. D. 1910 at 10 o'clock A, M. of said day, at
the Court Room of said Court, at Pierre, in the
County of Hughes, have been appointed as the
time and place for proving the Will of said De
Lorme W. Robinson decoased» and for hearing" the
application of John W. Robinson for the issuance
to him of letters Testamentary when and where
any person interestrd may appear and contest the
same.
Dated September 29th, 1910.
JOHN H. MCCORD*
(Seal) Judge of the County Court
H. R. TAUBELL* Clerk of Court. 21-3
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of J. P. Wies, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, by the undersigned Ex
ecutrix of the estate of J. P. Wies, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers within
four months after the first publication of this
notice, to the said executrix, at the office of
Horner, Martens & Goldsmith, in the Pierre Na
tional Bank Building, in the city of Pierre, in
the county of Hughes. South Dakota.
SDated September 7th. 1910.
WHEREAS, the amount claimed to be due upon
said mortgage, at the date of this notice, is the
sum of Four Hundred Sixteen Dollars and Seven
tv-flve Cents ($416.75). to-wit: 8175.00 principal
and $241.75 interest.
Now. THEREFORE, Notice is hernby given that
by virtue of the power of sale contained in said
mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and in
pursuance of the statutes in such case made and
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by
a sale of the mortgaged premises therein describ
ed, at public auction at the front door of the
Court House of the said Hughes County, in the
Citv of Pierre, Hughes County, South Dakota,
on the 11th day of November. 1910. at ten clock
in the forenoon of that day. The mortgaged
premises are situated in the County of Hughes in
the State of South Dakota, and are described as
follows, to-wit: Lots twenty-four (24) and twenty
five (25 of block twenty-three (23) of Wells
Second Addition to the City of Pierre.
Dated at Pierre, South Dakota, this 12th day of
September, 1910.
IVAN W. GOODNER,
Order
AJi euclt- uiiM' «UiU
provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by
a sale of the mortgaged premises therein describ
ed, at public auction at the front door of Court
House of said Hughes County, in the City of
Pierre, Hughes County, South Dakota, on the 3rd
day of December, 1910, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon of that day. Th6 mortgaged premises are
situated in the County of Hughes in the State of
South Dakota and are described as follows, to-wit:
Lots 27 and,28. in block 73 lots 16 and 17 in block
72 lota 5 and 8te block 95 lot 25 in block 97 lot 8
in block 98: lot IS in block lOo lots 27 and 28 in
blocK l21 lots 26 and 2? 4n block 123 lota 6 and 7 in
block 132 lot»9 and lOin block 126: lots 9 and 10
in block 138 lots29and30 in -Mock,60 andlot9in
Wock 121 all in Wells Second Addition to the City
of Pierre,
atPiepce, South Dakota, this 19th.day of
October,
Executrix pf the Estate of Charles E. Hinds, de-~
ceaaed, the mortgagee above nam^i
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to Show Cause on Filing: Petition
C_LL I '-L
State of South Dakota, j.
County of Hughes,
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LOUISA WIES,
Executrix ofthe Estate.
Horner. Martens & Goldsmith,
Attorneys of J. P. Wies. deceased. 18-5
MORTGAGE SALE.
WHEREAS, Default has been made in the pay
ment of the interest on the money secured by a
mortgage dated the 9th day of December, 1889,
executed by Cornelius Hansen of the County of
Hughes and State of South Dakota, to Bartlett
Tripp and F. G. Hale of the County of Bon
Homme and State of South Dakota, and which
mortgage was recorded in the office of the Regis
ter of Deeds of the County of Hughes. State of
South Dakota,!in Book 62 of mortgages on page 85,
on the 17th day of December, 1889, at 10 o'clock
and 45 minuies A. M., and
WHEREAS. NO action or proceedings at law, or
otherwise, have been instituted to recover the
debt secured by said mortgage, or any part there
of and.
WHEREAS. It was stipulated in said mortgage
that if default would be made in the payment of
any portion of the principal or interest promptly
at the time the same should become due, or if
deftmlt be made in the payment of the taxes
assessed or to be assessed on said premises before
the same become delinquent, then the whole sum,
both principal and Interest, at once become due
and.
WHEREAS, On the 9th day of November, 1909,
said mortgage, with the note secured thereby, was
duly assigned by the said mortgagees to Ivan W.
Goodner of the County of ICin£ in the State of
Washington, which assignment,was duly recorded
in the office of Register of Deeds of the said
Hughes County on the 21et day of April. 1910.
and recorded in Book 131 on Page 447: and
WHEREAS. Default has been made in the pay
ment of the taxes assessed on said real property as
agreed by the said mortgagor in said mortgage:
and
WHEREAS, Default has been made in the pay
ment of the principal sum due on said mortgage,
the same being now and for a number of years
past due: and
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SUTHERLAND & PAYNE
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Office rooms on second floor of National Bank
of Commerce building.
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HAPPY
Assignee of Mortgage.
Gaffy, Stephens & Fuller,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PARDON
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned,
will make app^-ation for a pardon of Nancy R.
Cooper, before his Excellency the Honorable Rob
ert S. Vessey, Governor of the State of South
Dakota, Said application will be filed with the
governor and secretary ot «*tate of the State of
South Dakota, at the City of Pierre, on the 22nd
day of October, 1910. Which said application will
petition for the unconditional pardon if Nancy R.
Cooper, who having heretofore been convicted of
the crime of grand larceny befofe the Circuit
Court of Hughes County, South Dakota, on to-v"it.:
May 13,1910, and on May 16.1910, being sentenceJ
by said Court, to imprisonment in the State Peni
tiary loeated at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, at
hard labor for the term of two years, and the said
Nancy R. Cooper has ever since said date, and
now is serving out said sentence.
Dated at Pierre, South Dakota, this 15th day of
September, A. D. 1910.
CHAS. W. HUMPHREY,
Attorney for said Nancy R. C°oper.
In County Court
SB
September Term, 1910
In the Matter of the Es- Order to Show Cause
tate of Cetangri (Yellow on Filing Petition to
Hawk,) Deceased. Sell Land.
On reading and filing the petition of Nancy
Yellow Hawk, setting forth the amount of per
sonal estate that has come to her hands, and the
deposition thereof: the amount of debts outstand
ing against said deceased, and a description of all
the real estate of which said deceased died seized,
and the condition and value of the respective por
tions thereof: and praying that license be to her
granted to sell the southeast quarter of section
two (2) township one hundred and eleven (111)
uoriii raiiftv 1*t.or.c (81) 7Cst 5tu P. M.,
Hughes County. South Dakota. And it appear
ing by said petition.^ that there is no personal
estate in the hands of said Administratrix to pay
said debts, and that it is necessary, in order to
pay the same, to sell all the real estate
It is Therefore Ordered. That all persons inter
ested in said estate, appear before the Judge of
this Gourton Tuesday, the 15th day of November.
A. D. 1910. at 10 o'clock A. M., at the Court House
in the City of Pierre, in said County, then and
thereto show cause 'if any there be) why license
should not be granted to sait*- Nancy Yellow
Hawk, administratrix, to sell said real estate ac
cording to the prayer of said petition.
And it is further ordered. That a copy of this
order shall be published for fn-v successive weeks
prior to said day-v.Ur.rin :h2 last of which
publications shall?*- Ai fea tl i. days before
the said day of hearing,' in i.i^ i'lerre Weekly
Free Press, a weekly newspaper printed and
S:eery^d
ublished at Pierre in said County, and personal
en all peams interested in. said estate.
rewmngln siad coufityrat leastfourttenrdaya be
foresaid day of hearjng, and upon all other per
sons interested, according to law.
.Dated at Pierre, S. D. the 10th day of OcToBS.
(SMI)
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JOHN MoCOED,
,i, j, diidseof the Causer Coart.
Attatc ELTA.SBUL,
C8j*U Clerk, of Court.
B* QyEUte UKfaridm KNtaty.
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PIERRE, SO. DAK.
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II \S NOW ON SALu A Fl'lil lilNK OF ('HOICK ,•
Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish,
'-'"Sausages. Poultry, Pickles, Etc.
I pay highest ai-irke't price for ljiiIfoi ~""egg^ fat stock," pouitry
and hides. I solicit your patrenuge.
Phone 156-13 Pleasant Drive,'near Pierre Street
H. E. CUTTING,
ExtabliHlMMl la I'ierr ifS Ifears—lssw-iOiO)
PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA.
INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Insurance For Sale
John Sutherland Byroc S. Payne
Will insure yonr property itiul country Nt'ircs In lir»t-c!n««
ompanioM. Tn*e* pal 1-ir ui»ii-r«*ld(!iits.
List Your Property if You Want to Sell.
And, if you get
you will have to hurry,
in the immediate future,
and sell at small advance
BUY AHEAD OF THE
vv *3 UitLi lOoatv
ment homesteads, near railway statiou.
to go at a bargain. Some business and
PIEKHE, SOUTH DAKOTA.
lots in Pierre, choice locution?, oSTci cheap.
HOME REAL ESTATE ASESCY
EUROPEAN HOTEL
No. Ill itaitcllo Street
t\ J. NBVHAUSBR, Prop.
Board by the Day and Week
Accommodations
33
St.OO PER DAY.
YOU WANT TO BUY ANY
REAL ESTATE
Or, if you want to make a Farm Loan or have an Insur
ance Policy Written, call on
FOR THE SAME.
PIERRE,, SOUTH DAKOTA
CORNER DRUG STORE
Paints, Oils, Brushes,
Indian Curios W
and
SOUVENIR GOODS.
M. J. SCHUBERT, Proprietor.
V- -"V
City LotN
I Fariuw, ItiiiH-lies
JOHN A. HOLMES
CITY ATTORNEY.
Practice beJore all Federal and State Courts.
Law and Real property a specialty.
Suite 4, Hyde block. Pierre, S. D.
After 8choof What?
hy no', learn Shorthand
or Bookkeeping
ENTER ANY TIME
IS THE BASIS OF ALL
WEALTH
before the advance in prices
.Lands ure certain to rise
We buy desire farms
in prieo. Our advice is
BOOM.
Ciioics Farms in ggatrai Soiilii Oalota ai $13 to $23
lnni
IL'ia nnmlwi'
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Grovoni
Ranches
dwell ins*
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