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fel KS i'"8$ & fs &SS&8! v. I & u:' yS •J1 WrnMWfmA -y I I •a' The proposed peace banquet in New York, arranged to stimulate desire for President Taft's arbitration treat ^let, in just now the most warlike cre ation on the BO11 of the United States. The president &ud Mr. Carnegie and some others favor the gathering in behalf of th'e good will of the nations and Oolonel Roosevelt refuses to give his presence or support to any sucb effort in the interest of disarmament. The committee is endeavoring to mollify the colonel, biit under its ministrations he is becoming redder and redder in the face and more boisterous of speech. Might it not be possible to hold a banquet in New York without the colonel? The prospect is that the seiiate will refuse to accept the Sherwood pension bill in its present formi" That is the convenient way in which bills are killed between the two houses. The serious objection to the Sherwood.bill is, according to an estimate made by the secretary of the interior, that it would cost the treasury not less than 875,000,000 a year. k%Kip&..A Kansas economist is worried be Cause humanity is so wasteful in the matter of lead pencils. He says ttie ordinary pencil is used for about half its length and the stub is then thrown away. Thousands of these stubs art thrown away every day, and the waste is something appalling Strange to sayi-the shocked professor makes no mention of the wasteful use of the other end of the pencil, which is mueii tnore to be regretted than the stub extravagance. Think this out naior Kenyon of Iowa, "has Intro daced a bill in congress to begin the practice of Democratic economy/in the capital, itself, and his measure would Abolish the barber shops and bath rooms BttMliuniw uy the genafce wUfc of pablie treasury. Mr. Kenyon has dis covered thct these senatoral luxuries lUNi costing »bout $20,000 to $25,000 a year* and he says there is no more Maaon why the government should pa for the bats and shaves of the senators |0. for tj^eir meals. „, ^^^pi^Youths.-Gompaniop: .In the .. eight y«i^ sin» the Recl^mation Bureau ^''.'.,worlc '-it: haB undertaken 28 projects, which collectively required an axpenditw-e of nearly $60,000,000 It •, and i|g^fi.. lHiUt^2to amal. structures and 2,193 ^^ffetar^dges. :'.'The bureau has completed .^Mirea' tit 0m CREAM BaKlng powder Is a protection and guarantee against alum which is found in the low "priced baking powders. v.'- ......... To be on the safe side when buying baking powder, examine the label and lake only a brand shown to be made from Cream of Tartar. Uie^ highestdams in the world. for over.,3.,0j^,j00d |«Nf of land The gross value ol crops "$todoe$l on the lands irrigated, by the government projects in '1910 was $20, 000,Otib. Beclamation has increased laadvaloef over »l00,000,0p0. Approz l^QOO families are now living addad to population of the neigh towns and villages. attention:,having se- ,^#r «)eg«nt fliir.Uned coats, fdr »rt« for professional seryi fotqaick ««sb«ales. coat, lined with i- flfUU flkins) elqrant per flrillMllfor sklnmwkjfatl dollar, wbroifii »«o«t (brown) Ms™ yarn 3^' %T't X* 4 -, vi --.i' 1 «""V A Astronomers are excited about a new asteroid that's sailing closer to the e&rth than anything save the moori or Biii Taft, just now. The thing is very long and sharp as a razor and occasionally gives even the moon a close shave. TELLS ON THE KIDNEYS Pierre People Have Found Thit To Be True The strain of overwork tells 011 the weakened kidneys more quickly than on any other organ of the body. The hurry and worry of business men, the heavy lifting and stooping of workmen, the women's household cares, tend to wear, weaken and in jure the kidneys until they can no longer filter the poison from the blood and the whole body suffers from the waste matter that accumu lates. The weakened kidneys need quick assistance. Doan's Kidney Pills are prepared especially for sick, weakened kidneys tired, worn-out backs—have cured thousands of such cases. Convincing proof in a Pierre citizen's statement: A. Hardy, 856 Prospect Ave. Pierre, S.Dak., says: "I have given Doan's Kidney Pills a thorough trial and have found them highly satisfactory. I do not know of a better remedy on the market than this one for the cure of backache and other symptoms of sidney complaint." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eei ts. Foster-Milburn Co buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Notice is hereby given, that the an nual meeting of the stockholders and directors of the Great Eastern Tele phone Company will be held at the office of J. T. Nelson. Secretary of the Company, at Pierre, South Dako ta, on Tuesday the 9th day of Janu ary, 1912. Dated this 26th day of December, 1911. Attest: 8. C. POLLKY, J. T. NELSON, President. Secretary, f. Is very exhilarating but somewhat tiresome. CL After woods LeFeshesf 8 timul a tes, strengthens andirtsures good night's rest include a$!jKs|i.in your outfit j. •. 24ft them 5 W death traps for stock Abandgnded claim shacks are prov ing death traps for strayed animals in the west couutry. When a com muter proves up and leaves his home stead he usually locks or nails up the door tp his house. Eventually some one comes along, breaks the door open and goes in either for a night's lodging or to see if anything of value is left behind. The door is left to creak on its hin ges until sometime in a storm a horse or steer enters for shelter and shoves the door to. D. S. West aud Harry New by of Leslie last week found such a trap with a dead horse inside, it having gnawed the scantling in the wall nearly through in several places before it died. Chas. Craiu, of Manila, recently found one of his milch cows in a deserted shack. This is especially true of eastern animals who are more used to shelter than the native range stock. The right of emloyes of a railroad to aject passengers who attempt to ride upon tickets which have expired, even through the date of expiration is not plainly stamped thareor, is upheld in a decision by the Illinois supreme court in the case of Albert S. C. Pennington agrainst the Illinois Central iRailroad company. t, I* DR. N. B. GEARHART PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. I'IEKHE, SO. DAK. till CP 'n Plwrp Street Blofk, John Sutherland Byron S. Payne SUTHERLAND & PAYNE ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office rooms on second floor of National Bank of Commerce building. l'lerre. Sputb Dakota. 1:. H. WEBBER ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHER Graduate ol the American School of Art and Photography. nmdfo 323 Hlerre C. W. HUMPHREY ATTORNEY AT IAW. Practice before all courts. Special at tention given to collections, and land office matters. & I'lKFtIt K. ko IMK D.Q. JORDAN A N E A E Twenty years experience in home steads, final proofs, protests and con tests, enables tne to carefully present all oases before United States land office. on «t St* Mary's Hospital Personally conducted bj BENEDICTINE SISTERS The largest, best equipped and most up-to-date hospital in South Dakota. Surgical operations skillfully and auccwsofimy performed PIERRE, S. I» HI JOHN A. HOLMES fg Practice beJore all Federal and State Courts. Law and Real property a specialty. Pierre South Dakota Mortgage Sale Whereas. Default has been made in the pay ment of the principal on the money secured by a mortgage dated the 13th day of July A. D. 1908. executed by W- S. Loban and Alice I. Loban ''his wife" and M. H. Loban "a single man" of the County of Brookings and State of South Dakota, to The Midland Company, of the County of Stan ley and-State of South Dakota, and which mort gage was recorded in the office of the Register of De^ds of the County of Hughes, State of South Dakota, in Book 79 of Mortgages, on Pake 2SG on the 21«t day of August A. D. 1908, at 5:15 o'clock P. 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 defanlt 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 de fault be made in the payment of the taxes assess ed or to be assessed on said premises before the same become delinquent, then tho whole sum both principal and interest, at once become due. Whereas, The whole amount of the principal and interest has become due by reason of such de fault: and Whereas, The amount claimed to be due upon said Mortgage, at the date of this notice, is the sum of Eleven Hundred and Fifty-eight Dollars and fifty-five Cents, $1158.55 towit: Bl 100.00 principal, and $33.55 interest besides the sum of Twenty-five Dollars, attorney's fees allowed by law. Now. Therefore. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue, of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and duly recorded as aforesaid, and in pursuance of the statutes in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be forecloe'ed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, at public auction by the Sheriff of Hughes Coun ty, South Dakota, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Pierre, and County of Hughes and State ot South Dakota, fin the 19th day of February 1912,' at 10 clock in the forenoon of that day. Th« mortgaged premises are situated in the County «f H«ubes in tke$tate of South Dako ta, and aredesenbed A follows to-wit: TheSouth _Half af the South East Quarter (SHSEHV-and The North East Quarter, of tho Swth Kast Quarter (NES4 SE1-4) mm State of South DakoUi County Of Hughes. of Section No. Treaty ThreeJ»3). afitt the North West Quarter of tta^thWestQuarter (NW W SW 1-.4) of Section NoTwenty Four i24) all in Township No OM Hund»adT«i 010) North of Range Nd Sev enty Seven MJ) W^tofthe 6th f, M. and the it SecHW No. ^enlyjny^26) in Township Now One Hundred tti Circuit Court, SiAth judicial Circuit Laura M. Edwards, Plaintiff, 1 ,' ve. George W. Wolff. Elise Seideman 1 1 Julius A. Laack Ida Laack Kallen-I bersri Paulyne Laack Thurman I John F. Hughes, as administrator I of the Estate of Thomas J. Wolff, I deceased the unknown heirs, I devicees. legatees, executor or ad- I ministrator, and the creditors of I Thomas*J. Wolff, deceased the un" I known heirs, devicees, legatees, exe- Defendants. The State of South Dakota Sends Greeting. To the Above Named Defendants: You and each and all of you are hereby sum moned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein which was filed 'in the office of the Clerk of.this Court in Pierre. Hughes County, South Dakota, on the 2nd day of Novem ber, 1911. and which prays for a judgment quiet ing the title to, and the determination of all ad- I verse claims against the premises described in the complaint, situate in said County, to-wit: The south half of the southeast quarter (SHSE'i) and Lot Four U] of the southeast quarter of sec- I tion Five (5). and the northeast quarter (NEl.O of section Eight (S). all in township one hundred twelve (112). range eighty (80). West of the Gth P. M. and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint upon the undersigned at their of fice in the National Bank of Commerce Building in the City of Pierre, Hughes County. S. D., within thirty days after the completed service of this summons ujJoh you, exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer the complaint within that time, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated October 31, 1911. -SUTHERLAND & PAYNE. 2S-6 Attorneys for Plaintiff. Notice To Creditors Estate of John B. Foster* Deceased. Notice is Hereby Given, By the undersigned Administrator of the estate of John B. Foster, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav in*f 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 Administrator at his office in the Fitch Block, Pleasant Drive. City of Pierre, in the County of Hughes, state of South Dakota. Dated November 15th, 1911. JOHN McGAW FOSTER, I Notice to Creditors Estate of J. Fred Hayner. Deceased. Notice is Hereby Given. By the undersigned administrator of the Estate of J. Fred Hayner, Deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the saiti administrator at his office in the National Bank of Commerce Building in the City of Pierre in the County of Hughes, state of South Dakota. Dated November 9th, 1911. BYRON S. PAYNE. Administrator of the Estate of 27-4 .vn j. Fred Hayner. Deceased. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Edward A. Warriner, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, by the undersigned, executor of Edward A. Warriner, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the neccssary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor, at the office of J. J. Jackley, the resi dent agent agent of said executor, in the city of Pierre, in the County of of Hughes, State of South Dakota. Dated, November 10th, 1911. EDWARD V. WARRINER, Executor of Edward A. Warriner, deceased 28-5 Notice of Application for Dissolution. State of South Dakota, j. In Circuit Court. County of Hughes, Sixth Judicial Circuit. In the matter of the Application for Voluntary Dissolution of the Wiscon sin-Mexico Mining Company, a cor- ffiSS poration. Pursuant to an order of the Circuit ourt of the Sixth Judicial Circuit of the State of South Da kota. in and for Hughes county, made and enter ed in the above entitled matter on the 27th day of November, 1911. Notice is Hereby Given that duly verified application and petition for the vol untary dissolution of the Wisconsin-Mexico Min ing Company, a corporation created, organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State .'of South Dakota, and whose principal place of business is Pi-u iil Hushes county South Dakota, has been made by said corporation, and has been ordered by said Court to be filed, and the same has been filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Court House in said City of Pierre, which application and petition is signed by a majority of the Board of Directors of said Company, from which application and peti tion, it appears that the dissolution of said cor poration was duly resolved upon by a two-thirds vote of all stockholders of said company, and that all just claims and demands against said company have been fully satisfied and discharged. Any person desiring to do so may file his objections to said application and petition with the Clerk of this Court at any time on or before the 20 day of January, 1912. ...a Dated December 9, 1911. sp#"?' LEW W. SANDYS,**: SEAL Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hughes County, South Dakota. Notice to Shareholders 'A The regular annual meeting of the shareholders of the Pierre National Bank, of Pierre, kota, for the election of a board of directors, and the transaction of such other business as may be proper, will be held at the bank's place of busi ness on Tuesday. January 9th. 1912, at 3 o,clock P. M. Dated Docember 5th, 1911. Notice of Hearing Petition For Letters of Administration State of South Dakota, In County Court. County of Hughes,. In the Matter of Dodge, Deceased. 1# 1 cutor or administrator, and I the creditors of Mary C. I Laack. deceased the unknown rSUMMONS heirs, devisees, legatees, executor or I administrator, and the creditors of I Curtis A. Kibling, sometimes known I as C. A. Kibling, deceased the un- I known lieirs, devisees, legatees, exe cutor or administrator, and the I creditors of A. C. Kibling, deceased I Alfred Kibling Philip K. Bartlett: I Rosabel Kibling George H. Kibling I Mary Browne the unknown heira. I devisees, legatees, and the executor I or administrator, and the creditors I of Mrs. C. A. Kibling, deceased and I all persons unknown who have or I claim to have any estate pr interest I in or lien or incumbrance upon the I premises described in the complaint I .'.COPYRIGHT. A.P.»e..C9 IF O W A N ,v 'i '.-J Fyrfi.ITORi, OTISMcGAW flOWARD f^XCCUTORS THOMAS ASKIN. Attorney for the Executors 28-5 of John B. Foster. Deceased. and'cyclone I s¥ J-SJ' P. F. McCLURE. President. December Term, 1911. the Estate of Martha H: The State of South Dakota .Sends Greeting to Joseph A. Dodge, Nellie (otherwise known as Helen) Biscoe. Lucy W. Biscoe, Lucy M. Riggs, and Horace A. Biscoe. heirs at law and next of kin of Martha H. Dodge, deceased, and to all to whom these presents may come. Notice is Hereby Given, That Theodore P. Riggs has filed in this Court, a petition praying for Letters of Administration with the will annexed of the estate of Martha H. Dodge, deceased. «iid forprobato of the will of said decedent, and .that Saturday the 20th day of January, 1912. at Ten o'clock a. tii.. of said day. being a day of a regular term of this Court, to-wit: of the January term, 1912. at the court house In the city of Pierre, in the County of Hughe?. 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 21st day of December. A. E. 1811. (SEAL) Attest: LEW W. SANDYS, Clerk of County Court JOHN H. McCORD. 33-4 Judge of the County Court. Dr. Theodore F. jRiggs PractlceXImltMt sursery and Consultation. XMmJBom 2 to rttIL A N i* i} fa VUth UK* Peoples Meat Marktt Savory Attractions always go!with our* meats, and thatW lipetizing odor of a nicely broiiea si is not anjunusual experience $ who receive their cuts REAL ESTATE v- Lockbart Land and Investment Co. FOR THE SAME. PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA H. E. CUTTING/ Established in IMorr 48 Years—1880-l'OlOr PIERRE, SDUTH DAKOTA. INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE AGENCY Insurance For Sale Will Innnro your property und country stores in flrat-cla»a companies. Taxes paid tor non-residents. List Your Property if You Want to Sell. Pierre Foundry and Machine Shop Best Equipped Foundry in the State I repair engines and separators, make any part of any machine or vehicle, and promptly make anything in the line of new work needed or required. HAPPY HOME REAL ESTATE A6ENCY PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA. ?£S from G. H. T-vn^ meat, market. It is thus becausn meatUs perfectly fresh, taken frS£? ected. well fed stock. Its Uste is as appetizing as its smell, and its derness freshness and healthfulness guaranteed. Eat chickens, the/ar* JAYNES PEOPLES MARKET PIERRE O A N US Or, if you want to make a Farm Loan or have an Insur ance Policy Written, call on'1 •scii .... .... Farias, Raiiclien DON'T MAKE A MOVE towards buying a house, lot or towards building plot of any kind until you have consulted with us. Foresight is better than hind sight and regrets by long odds and you will have no reason to say "it might have been" if you let us show you the choice investment property, building plots or attractive homes that we will sell you on easy terms and at prices that will be sure to advance quickly. F. LUCAS REALTY CO. F. W. EDSON. Proprietor,^ ATENT Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents. "Hints to inventors." ^Inventions needed/' liy some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office: records. Qur Mr. Greeley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patent^ and as such had full, charge .of theU. S. Patent Office. Ratent Attc»neys I'LGRICE, SO. OAK. IS THE BASIS OF ALL WEALTH And, if you'get land before the advance in prices you will have to hurry. Lands are certain to rise, in the immediate future. We buy desire farms and sell at small advance in price. Our advice is BUY AHEAD OF THE BOOM. Choice Farms ii Central South Dakota at $18 to $20 We can locate a limited a number upon Govern ment homesteads, near railway station. Ranches to go at a bargain. Some business and dwolling' lots in Pierre, choice locations, offered cheap. tm \v* fSMf- *1 ill i®g 9*'