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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, May 26, 1911, Image 8

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Henry Burk seeded a large
/field of timothy this spring.
Mrs. "Walter Felil visited will.
the Borchard family Monday.
Mr. Griffetite and son drove to
-the hub Monday.
Ferdinand Krenholt went sotftth
with a mower Monday. He must
be rushing the season.
Mr. Casey of Sisseton was writ
ing hail insurance in this vicinity
Mtxnday.
There was a Farmers Tele
phone meeting at Judge. Mickel
son's Saturday evening.
Elmo Miller was oven* to Judge
JlickeiLsoin's last Monday on busi-
Ed. Ried hauled 5 fat hogs
to the Ortley market last Satur
day.
Dr. Williams of Waubay,
E. M. F. 30, $1150 at your door.
The greatest value for the least money. The car that is
made for Roberts County roads and has the great Stude
baker Company one year guarantee back of it.
A postal card to RICKERT-OPHEIM CO. at Sisseton
will bring a car fcr your inspection.
WHK
out to Prof. Theiss and Knutson7
on professional business Momday.
$ MiHir»hfl.ll Holland of Ortley
autoed out to Judge Mickelson'.s
Momday on professional business.
Judge Borchard, Mat Pederson
and severed others were called
to Ortley Sunday to attend a
Farmer's Elevator meeting.
Elmer Myer was hauling coal
from Ortley Saturday. He is
getting ready to do some break
ing with his engine.
There is one of our neighbors
to hard up for something to wor
ry about that he is distressed lest
his oat crop has been killed.
Tom Dahl went to Sisseton
Saturday to visit his brother
Lents who is employed in the
Stavig Eros., store.
Attorney Woodruff of Webster
atod Bush of Waubay locked hortu
in a legal b*ttl« in Judge Ander"
•oik's court Wednesday.
B. Schumaker, road overseer,
Dist. No. 1, put a new plank on
the bridge near BoUmaa's Wed
nesday.
iWm.
Thews with Nick Pier as
helper drove hiB young cattle to
Mrs. Malroy's pasture near Co
rona Sunday to leave during the
summer.
We were in a store in Ortley
Friday when an old German came
in and asked for an empty bar
rel. "I want to make a hen
house for my dog," he explained.
I wonder if there is an old
faahoned woman in the country
who carefully saves all the eggs
her Items lay on Sunldiays and
Gives them tothe preacher.
Prof. Frank Dennis was here
Monday looking over hi® new fart
for which he lately traded liis
•tore in Summit. (It is the John
Bradford farm.)
:ii, Charley Gilliland went to Day
-County Mondiay with lids steam
"tweaking rig to break 80 acres
for Mr. McDermift. G. M. Boll
main, Jr., is doing the tanking for
him.
For Sale.
One pair of bays, one mare
years old, one horse 6 years ole
weight about 1250 lbs. each. On
•et harness for team. One Stough
ton wagon, complete, triple box
°*od one year. Andrew Erickson
One Road.
Mrs. Osea/r Christopheirson was
at Peever Tuesday.
Mi-. Grainger and lady were
Sissdtoin callers Friday.
Mrs.K. K. Bue was shopping in
Sisseton Tuesday.
John Skaariiajig is building a
new bam.
John Johnson is doing a fine
piece of breaking.
Henry Ac lion is planting com
for Hem-y Gilbertson and Iver
Jolmson.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson
were at Waubay Tuesday and re
turned wiith a fine mew buggy.
Mrs. Edward Isrealson had
dental work done at Sisseton
last week.
Clarence Peabody of Webstea1
was out this way with his auto
last week.
P. C. Johnson has purchased am
other team and a two seated
buggy.
Mrs. Ole Knudtson and two
children are visiting her mother
at Waubay.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott and baby
spent Sunday with her mother
at the Agency.
It is reported that Hemry Wil
son intends remodeling his house
this summer.
Edward IsneaJson was at Sisse
ton Saturday for a- load of lum
ber.
Aleck Johnston was fencing foo
lenry Achen last week and this
week hie is digging rock for Aug.
lindquiait.
Olga Bue, Nils and Elizabeth
Skaarhang and Anton Peidersoji
go to Waubay today to take
eighth grade examination.
Henry and Gilbert Gilbertsom
lave begun tearing down their
louse prefatory to (the emection
of a new residence.
Rev. Kjdaas made a shout call
on Mends here Tuesday. He
came over from Granville where
he had been at his former home
there to get a load of his house
,wld
goods which were stored
there amd which he is now tak.img
to his pnesealt home in N. Dak.
NOTICE OF_ HEARING PETITION FOR
USTTER8 OP ADMINISTRATION.
S .°' South Dakota—88. County of
Koberts, In County Court.
'"V® matter of the estate of Hans
Chrlstainson. Deceased.
The State of Souttti Dakota sends
Greetinfs to Matteie ChrisUinson and
Hans .Martin Chrlstainson helrB at law
HJn
of Hans
Chrlstainson.
and to
presents may come.
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whom these
tereby •rtven that Mageie
son.
has
SS.nB
fled with tihe Judge
of this court, a petition praying for let
Hln« r.h1n}11,arattion
or th0
Estate o£
Chrlstainson Deceased, and
that
f? JiT i® ,tent|tl day of June, 911.
Bt three clock p. SI. of said day. being
a soecia1 term of this Court,
to-wit. of the June term. 1911, at the
County« Court Room in the City of Sis
seUan, Roberts County. South Dakota
seE
for
hearing said petition,
when and where any person interested
may appear and show cause the
said petition should nnt hp •ranted
^mted^at^ Sisseton -.this 18~day of* May
E. J. TURNER,
/. Judge of the County Court.
Attest: I. STADSTAD.
4s-°g|V
Clerk
Notice To Creditors
ESTATE OF John Martinson. Deceased
Notice is hereby Kiven by the underslened
cxecutor of the estate of John Martinson, de
ceased, to the creditors and ail persons Irav
Llw.c,i,ms
R'iainst
lhe
The Stylish Flanders
mafo far, «omfort «nd dunbUitar. A high
mi&imom eott and a year's guarantee. The
fttion with the RlCKfiRT-OPBEU
on, & back of the guarantee.
"I'd deceased to ex­
hibit them, with the necessnrv vouchers with
In six months after the first publication of
this notice, to the s»ld executor at the office
o, attorney. J. J. Batterton, in the City
of 9l88*toii. in the Counry of Roheru
Bated March 3Iat. 191
Mathias J. Rusten.
Executor.
car at a
it Stude
local
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale
"Defaulthavlng been made in tne eouuiiions
of a curtain Mortgage, made, t'xocuud and
deiiveicd by V. F. Dove. .1 Mingle man. mort
gagor. 10 J. M.Gioson, mortRat-'t f. duu-d May
7th, 19.-0. and duly recorded in ik* oitlct* of iht*
Kegister of Deetis in and for Ronerts Conn tv.
South iVakoia. on May 7tb, 1900. at 1
:&*> o'clooi
I'. M., In Hook C2 ot MortgaK?. on page
conveying and mortgaging the following de
scriDcd lands ituated. .ying at t»uing in the
County jf Kobertsana State ofS--uth L'uxota.
t.o.wit: l.ou Nino and Ten (fl ami 10) in HiocU
Three iu the Tuwnsiie of Peever. according -o
the plat tliere»f on Me and ol r« 'ord in the
Kegistrv of Deeds in said Countv and Statp.
And Whereas, there is claimed to be due at
t)ie date of this notice the sunj of Four Hund
red Thirty two lollars and Muvcnty Cents
($432.on said mortgage.
-Aud ho action or proceeding has been in
stituted at Jaw to recover tae debt secured by
said Mortgage or any part thcrcoi.
Now Therefore. Notice hereby triven that
by virtue of the power of sale said mort
gage contained, and of the Stitute in such
case made and provided, said mortgage will
be forec osed, and the above describes pre
mises will be sold at public auction by the
Sheriff of Roberts County, South J.'afcout, at
the front door of the Court- Hous 3 in Citvof
Sisseton. in said County of Roberis. on the
*tb day of July A. 1?. 191 J. at one o'clock P, M.
of that day. to pay said mortgaged d«bt. and
interest with Twenty live (SCo.OO) Dollars, as
attorney fees and disbursements allowed
by law
Dateo'at Slseeton, South Dakota, this 1'jth
day o! May 1911.
[47-81] L. M. GIBSON. Mortgagee.
H. M. KNIGHT. Attorney for Mortgagee.
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
Default having been madein the ''ouditions
of a certain Mortgage, made, executed and
delivered by Y. F. Dove, a sing man, Mort
gagor. to A. M. Knight, mortgagee, dated
March r.th. 1WG. and duly recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds in and for Roberta
County, Soutti Dakota, on March oth. 1906, at
2:45 o'clock P. M.. in Uook 47 of Mortgages,
page 387, conveying and mortgaging the fol
lowing described lands situated, lying and
being in the County of Roberts and State {of
South Dakota, to-wit: Lots Seven and Eight
Block Three in the Townaite of Peever. ac
cording to the plat thereofon tile nnd of re
cord in the Registry of Deeds in saia County
and State.
And Whereas, there claimed to be due at
the date ol this notice the sum of Twenty
Dollars and Forty six Cents (*20.40j on saia
mortgage.
And no action or proceeding haM been in
stitutcd at law to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage or anv part thereof.
Now Therefore, Notice i» hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale in said mort
gage contained, and of the statute iu such
case madeiand provided, said mortgage will
be foreclosed, an^ the above described pre
mises will be sold at public auction the
Sheriff of Roberis Countv. South Dakota, at
the frout door of the Court House in the City
of Sisseton, in said County or Roberts, on the
8th day of July, A. D. K'll, at Two o'clock P. M.
of that day to pay said mortgaged debt and
interest with Twenty-five ($25.0o) Dollars, as
attorney fees and disbursements allowed by
law.
Dated at Si&seton, South Dakota, this 15th
day of May, 1011.
i47-8t* A. M. KNIGHT. Mortgagee.
H. M. KNIGHT. Attorney for Mortgagee'.
Order to Show Cause on Filing cl Pe
tition to Sell Land.
Stale of South Dakota. County of Roberts—ss
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate.of Alfred S.
Nlms, Deceased,
On reading and Hllng tlie petition ol Silas
Nlms, executor of the estate of Alfred S.
Minis, deceased, setting forth the un.ount ol
personal estate that has come to his hands,
and the disposition thereof, the amount of
debts outstanding against said deceai-ed. and
a description of all the real estate of which
said deceased died seized, and the condition
and value of the respective portions thereof:
and praying thai an order be issued to sell
the following described real estate, to-wit:
the north half of section two (2). in towhshlp
on« hundred twenty-eight (128) north, of
range forty-eigbl (48) west (old aurvey), in
Koberti County, South Dakota
And It appearing by said petition that there
IB not sufficient personal estate in the hands
of ssld executor to pay said debts, and that
It i» necessary, iu order to pay tb same, to
sell all of saidvreal estate,
It la therefore Ordered that all persoos In
terested In suld e»tate appear before Hie
Judge ot this Court on Monday the 5th day
ot June, A, D. 1911, at nine o'clock. A. M.. u'
Hald day, at the Court room of faid Court, In
tbe Court House, in the City of Sisseton, In
ssid Roberts Countv. then and there to show
cause, if any there be, why an order should
not be Issued to said petitioner to sell mid
real estate accoraieif to the prayer of Said
petition.
And it is further ordered tbat a copy of this
[order shall be published for four successive
weeks prior to aaid day of hearing, in tbe SIS
setou Weekly Standard, a weekly newspaper
printed and published at Sisseton, said
county, and persouallv served on all persons
Interested In said estate, residing in said
eounjy, at least ten days before said day of
bearing, and upon all otner perrons interest
ed, according to law,
Dated at Sisseton, Sooth Dakota, this 8th
day of Hay, 1911.
Hy the Court:
E. J. TURNER,
Attest: I. Stadstad. Judge.
Seal! Clerk of the County Court. 46 49
Mortgage Bale
Whereas, default has been made in the pay
ment of the principal sum and Interest on ibe
debt secured by a mortgage dated the 27th
day of June, A. J). 1908, executed by Myron L.
Strong a single man, of the town of Waubay,
County of Day and State ot South Dakota,
mortgagor, to Theo. Hamin Brewing Com
pany, a corporation, of St. Paul in tbe County
of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, mortgager,
which said mortgage was duly recorded la
the ofheee of tbe Register of Deeds Iu and for
Roberis Couniy. and State of South Dakota,
in Hook 61 of Mortgages, on Page 36. on the
6th day of July. A. D. 1908, at8:2i o'clock A. M,
And, whereas, no actiou or proceeding at
taw or otherwise, bad been instituted to re
cover the debt secured by said mortgage, or
any part thereof,
Ana, whereas, the whole amount, both
principal and Interest has become due by
reason of such delault.
And, wbereas, the amount claimed to be
due on said mortgage up to the ante of this
notice is the total sum of 1463.60, together with
$10.00 attorney's fees as allowed by statute.
Now. Therefore, notice is hereby given that
by virtue of tbe power of sale contained in
said mortgage, *uid duly recorded, as afore
said, and In pursuance of the statute, in snnh
case made and provided, the "said mortgage
will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged
premises therein described, at public auction,
to the highest bidder for cash, by the sheriff
of Koberts Couniy, ^outh Dakota, at the front
door of the Cnurt house in tlie City of Sisse
ton, County of Roberts and State of South
Dakota, on Saturday the 10th day of June, A.
£j. 1911. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said
day.
The mortgaged premises are situated in the
County of Roberts, in the State of South Da
kota, and are described as follows, to-wit:
The Southwest Quarter of Section 10, in
Township '^2. of Range 52.
This mortgage is foreclosed and these pre
mises are sold subject to a prior mortgage
given by the said mortgagor to the said
mortgagee for the sum of Twenty four Hund
red Dollars ($2400.00), said mortgage bearing
date May 24th. 1&4. Bnd Bled for record on the
ttrt day of June, 1904, in theoilice of the Re
gister of Deeds in and for Roberts County,
South Dakota, upon which said mortgage
there was due and owing on the lsth day of
April, A. D. 1911, the sum of Tweuty-four
Hundred and seven and 77-100 Dollars (F2407.77)
and this foreclosure is made subject to said
mortgage as aforesaid.
Dated at tbe City of Webster, Day County,
South Dakota, this 22nd day of April, A. u.
1911.
THEO. HAMM BREWING COMPANY,
Mortgagee,
SEARS & PUTTER.
Attorneys lor Mortgagee, l44-7t)
Webster, South Dakota.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of th« Interior.
C. 8. Land Office at Timber Lake. 8.
Dak.. May 20. 1911.
Notice la hereby
tfven
that
Ladies'
10c Barred
Handker
chiefs,
Special
each
5c
Charles
Si "MoGee, of Effltucton. 8.' Dak., who
on June Uth, 190$. made Hemeatead En
try. 2MCS. Serial No. M7S. for Nortlh
we»t auarter. Section 28. Townahio 128
N. Ruse B0 W. Sth Principal Meridian.
81tseton and Wahuton Indian Beaervatfoi
has filed notice of Intention to make
Final Five Tear Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore I. Stadstad, clerk of Circuit Court.
Roberts County, 8. Bak.. at Sisseton. 8
Dak., on the 20 day of June. ltll.
Claimant names as witnesses: otto
Olson. Louis Bald. Gilbert Arneson am}
Joe Class, all of Bfflnston. 8. Dak.
R. D. Krlbs. Reriater.
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A well known
AMERICAN SNUFF COMPANY,
$1600 will bu3r choice 60-acro
farm directly adjoining -progress
sive Minnesota village. Has larg
fertile meadow. Above reasonable
price because owners are old and
unable to fam longer. E.
inson. Box 1002. Minneapolis.
House For Sale
For Sale—A 13 room house
and twelve lots on the west side
in Sisseton. Throe blocks from
the depot and five blocko from
Main street. Barn 24 by 36, and
good well of water, shade trees
and shrubbery. For prices and
particulars inquire at the Stan
dard office. A snap. (3-m)
Strayed.
A 2 year old brown Colt came
to my premises about May 3rd.
Owner can have same back by
proving property .and pay charge
Ed. O. St&vick,
Sec. 26, Buffalo Twp.,
47-49-p Marshall County.
Warrant Call.
All warranto up to amd includ
ing registered No. 231 of the towc
ahip of Bofisko, Roberts County,
Sooth Dakota, are hereby called
for payment, iilterest ceases oil
the date of this notice. Payable
at the Citizens National Bonk of
Sisseton, South Dakota.
Dated May 9,1911.
K\ Laase Markeseth,
Township Treasurer
Moneys Worth or Money Back
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