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MizmX POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT! Notices Under This Heading Ar. $10.00—Payable Strictly in Ad vane*. For County Judge I hereby announce myself as a candidate for coroner of Roberts county on the republican tickelt, subject to the will of the l"gal voters at the primaries to be held On the first Tuesday in June, 1912. Dr. T. it IYROW.V For County Treasurer. I hereby announce myself as a republican candidate for the of fice of County Treasurer of Rob erts coua'y, subject, to the will of the voters at the1 primary election to be held on the first!' Tuesday in June, 1912. IVER J. JOHNSON. FOR SHERIFF. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for sheriff of Roberts County on the republican ticket, •ubjecli to the will of the vot ers at the primary election to be leld on the first Tuesday in June. 1912. W. D. WILSON For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for sheriff of Roberts county on the republican ticket, subject to the will of the legal voters at the primaries to be held on the first Tuesday in June, 1912. ERNEST A. NYBERG, Corona, S. D. For County Auditor. .. I hereby announce myself as a republican candidate for the 4 office of Auditor of Roberts county, subject to the will of the legal voters at the primaries to be held in theeounty on the first Tuesday in June, 1918. O. E. LIEN. For Register of Deeds. I hereby aunouriiee myself as a candidate for nomination for the office of Register of Deeds of Roberts County, subject the will of the republican vut ers at the primaries to be held *n June 4th, 1912, and prom ise if nominate'd and1 elected to give the duties of the office my personal attention and to execute them to the host, of my Ability, Very Respectfully, FRANK W. MURRAY. For Staitea Attorney. To The Voters of Roberta County. I do hereby announce that am a republican candidate for States Attorney, subject, to your approval at the June primary. 1 •tnnd allied with no political machine or clique, but wholly up on my own merits aa.l the pri ^mary law. If nominated and •elected, I will H'seiibi ge th»' duties of the officc impartially Yours Respectfully, 3 THOMAS MAN!- For States Attorney. I hereby announce my candi dacy for the nomination to the of fiee of state'a attorney of Rob erto oounty, South Dakota, sub ject to the will of the rejpubli can voters at the primary elect ioi to be held the first Tuesday in June, 1911. FRANK IfeEBNNA. For Clerk of Oomt. I hereby announce myself as a republican candidate for the of fice of Clerk of Court of Roberts tovntgr, subject to'the will of the Toters at the primary election to he held on the first Tuesday in June, 1912. D. F. 8tevens. Wor aieiiff. I desire tQ announce to the peo Iple of oar county that I am a candidate (or the office of sher Iff of Roberts County, subject to Ithe will of the voters at the re primary election to be eM on the first Tuesday in June Wank Hick* forNews. 'IRi For County Shcrif I hereby aumounce myself as a caiildidate for Sheriff of Robert Oouuty on the Republican ticket, subject to the will of the legii voters at the primaries to be li: oa rui.'s'day, June 4th, 1912. John S. Swauson who has becm tUu effci I hereby announce myself: as a Uouuty tor the part three years republican candidate for the of-1 .ellms frum office. Dec. 31th, lice of County Judge of Roberts 11912 county, South Dakota, subject to the will of the voters at the primary election to be held on the first Tuesday in June, 1912, Respectfully, Ilal M. Knight. For Coroner. „llt si^m: of Robots 1 havu served under him 'in the eapacity of Deputy Sheriff, su feel competent to manage thn lice, and shoul'd I be noniiiwi! and elected 1 will faitfully ful fill tli" 'duties of the offioe a I hey come 1,0 IIU 111) i. blliiani'Ss like manner. Respectfully, OKVILLE A. JOHNSON". White Rock »S. For Superintendent Of Schools. I hereby announce that am a candidate for reelection to the office of County Superinfen'dent oc Schools of Roberts County, subject to the w|ill of the voter at file Republican Primary Elec tion to be held .Tune 4th. 1912. hope for the suppotr of all those who believe thai bv mv a'dinmi gration of the dutv* ef thi« of fice duri.nc my persent t-i-rni. merit the customary socon'd term Rineerolv. Ronnie Aivliwi For County Judge. To the people of Roberts County . desire to ainnounice that ni' a calndidate for re-election to the office of County Judge, subject to tfthe choice of the republican voters at the June, 1912, prilmary E. J. TURNIO'' For County Judge. I announce myself as a repub lican candidate for the office of County Judge for Roberts, Coun ty, subject to the will of the vot ers at ithe Primaries, to be held on the first Tuesday in .Tune, 1912. J. W. Barringt.on. UNCLE EZRA. "Even the expert tax-dodger has to: go some." "Some men thirty days." try fur fame an' git "Anyone with ha'f an' eye bin see afterwards where he's be'n a fool." "Most ev'rybuddy would like to re write the Bible to suit hla partlo'lar needs." "Ef on'y ha'f our bad pennies would return we'd be richer than what we be now." "When some folks look the situa tion square In the face they want to do It frum around the corner." SENTENCE SERMONS. It's a good deal easier to believe that the angels love many sinners than that they love all the saints. If you really want to know the world you will do more than investigate Its shadows and samp Its garbage cana. When you are aide to set your re ligion in a compartment of yout life, life itself comes along and lock* up the file. You may know how much a man is really worth by seeing how mueh he puts in after singing, "Here. Lord, I give myself away." .. SAYS THE OWL Merely a coincidence plagiarist calls it. Bver notice how deaf people man age to hear the things they shouldn't It isn't a man's love for flowers that makes htm -throw bouquets at him ••If- 2J When love changes to indifference matrimony Is on the verge of bank ruptcy. A 2 MANOWC* is what the miser doesn't even enjoy a Joke at his own expense. Only a very rich man can afford to have things given to him. The man who loses the sever accused ot cheating. game ts Even if you haven't a good opinion •f yourself, see that others have. 1 Many a man's fallurde is due to the tact that he bit off- more than he oould chew. Occasionally the only thing the fool killer need do is to set the pace that exterminates. There's always something about aj wedding that doesnt suit a woman wko was not invited. Marriage is about the oaly thing that can oonvtaoe an oM bachelor tkat he doesnt kaow It alL A LONG SLEEP ON HIS BEAT.• LACKED EXPERIENCE. "I wonder how Rip Van Winkle felt When he awoke from his 20-year sleep." "As if he had been on the police foroe." ON HIM. •-.Li He—If the foolkiller had happened on our street last night he would have had a Job. She—I thought you weren't at home last night. FRONT PLATFORM. 'Ijst- /3/vea* &ma*. Mrs. Jigson—My husband is right up front in his profession. Mrs. Wlgson—And what does he do? Mrs. Jigson—He'B a motorman. NO TIME TO LOSE. Bug—Hey! Walt a minute, Mrs. Bnall. Mrs. Snail—I can't stop, now I going to town to do some Christmas shopping, and It's November now! ACCORDING TO WORDS. 11 The Teacher—Sothehow or other 1 cannot succeed in teaching your son any grammar at all. The Parent—That's all right. I (ueas he will write popular' songs when he grows up. The Philosopher—I believe that pur suit Is better thau possession, after all. The Politician—1 reckon you never ran for office. TOO MANY CORNERS. "I see that some man up in New England is trying to get a corner on •hoes." "Next thing some guy will try to get corner on clothes, and It'll be me for the tropics." HE NEEDED THE SAND. -4 Aeronaut—If you wish to make an ascension with me you will have to pay $5 in advance. Casey—I see you want me to come (own before I go up. QUITE SO. Dobbins—The temperature has a drop. Branson—Well, that's quite natural la the fall, Isn't it? HER PREFERENCE. ilrst Summer GHrl—If you oouM Vend the winter Just where you ehose, where would you like to got Second Summer Girl—To the Isle of Man, of course. Living With a Poet. Slgnore Gabriele d'Annunzio hav ing returned to Italy, the visitors at a certain little French resort are deprived of his distinguished com pany. For two months they could boast of living in the same resort as the famous poet and playwright. Some of them had even the honor of sharing the same hotel—a hotel which, appreciated the great master at his Just value, and therefore neglected nothing that contributed to his glory. The servants had strict orders to make no noise before noon, and all work was therefore prohibited till mid day. The other guests rose and dressed in silence, and then stole noiselessly away to the sea or the forest, where they were requested to remain until the hour of dejeuner. About twelve o'clock Signor d'Annun zio would appear at his window, and, as that was the sign that he had ceased to sleep, the normal routine was resumed. Good Manners. Aristotle tells us that manners are the lesser morals of life and the greater part of the ethics might be used with effect in a treatise upon manners. He has exalted the peculiar behavior of the gentleman to his in feriors, as well as to his equals and superiors, into one of the cardinal vir tues discoursing learnedly upon the proper carriage of good citizens in so ciety. There is no thoughtful person, of refined nature and kind heart, who If asked the question, "Which individ ual do you find most essential to your enjoyment of society—the wit, the man of genius or talent, whose man ners are bad, or the man wanting In wit, wanting in talent, even, whose manners are faultless?" but would an swer. "If I cannot have a society where both wit and good manners are found, I will dispense with the wit, for good manners I must have." Rapped the Senators. Mr. Heyburn of Idaho sometimes has trouble in getting a large audience of his fellows when he speaks on the floor of the senate. One day last July, he rose to make a speech, and, seeing that there were only three men besides himself in their places he moved to adjourn. This was pre vented by the assembling of a quorum of senators who had been sitting In the cloakrooms. In beginning his de layed speech, he said: "I do not understand the conduct of senators. I have seen them under all phases. I have seen a senator leave this cham ber when he should stay here and re ceive good advice. I have seen him leave this chamber when, by remain ing, he could have given good advice. The only thing I never saw a senator do was to back out of the door la the middle of his own speech." Making of- Books. country Is removed by with Correot Time Flashed to 8ea. Since the wireless method of send ing messages has been perfected it.is possible to flash the correct time each day to vessels far out at sea. The tallest wireless Station In the world tall stations throughout the globe the time Is sent at noon, midnight and at ""•v oeub wv uwvh| eight In the morning and evening. Itius the officers of vessels In a great part of the earth's great waterways do not have to depend for their reckon ings on the correctness of their chro nometers. This 1s a step forward, and one of the many made possible by the wonderful wireless. We do not know what to expect next. Patmos Not Land of Romance. Commercialism has somewhat dimmed the romance of the Island of Patmos, to which the Apostle John was exiled- There he saw the visions of the Apocalypse. The island is rocky and barren, containing 16 square miles. Qn a mountain stands the mon astery of John the Divine, built la 1088. areek sponge-fishers, to the number of about 4,000, inhabit the la which is now under Turkish rule, and by unremitting energy man more than an""** ***""'1 Notice of Hearing Petition for Distribution of Estate— Exempt. State ol South Dakota. County ot Roberts ss In Oounty Court. In the Matter of the estate of Adolph Meyer Deceased. The state of South Dakota sends greeting to Anna Meyer and Elda Meyer heirs at law nnd i:cxt of kin of Adolph Meyer, deceased and to all to whom these presents may come Is the Eiffel tower In the city of Paris, fgth ^e%rwc^I!mt,i.ln.SiAid ,Court °n the an from this and a number of other Notice is hereby jtive»« that Anna Meyer has filed with the Judge of this Court a peti tion in writing setting forth that said deceas ed loft estate consisting of the north li«if (rU). of the southeast quarter (seM* of sec tion twenty six (26). township one'hundred twenty-nine (129). range fifty-one (rl), nd also personal property which she alleges to be wholly exempt from execution, attach ment or other mesne process, and p:aviug that -aid estate be distributed among heirs at law and next of kin of said deceased without the regular administration thereof as provided by the Probate Code and that. Frl tlav the 1st day of Mnrch 1012, at one o'clock P. M.. of said dav.belnga day of a regular term of this Court, towit: of the January term. 1912. at the Court Room of said Court at Sisseton in the county of Roberts, have been appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and show cause why said petition should not be granted Witness the Hon. E. J. Turner. Judge of the County Court, and the seal of said Court, this 31 st day of January A. D. 1912, at his ofttce in the city of Sisseton, County of Roberts State of South Dakota. If the figures of the Publishers' Weekly are to be taken at their face value, Germany leads all other na tions in the making of books. At the present rate of publication the aver age of books produced to every mil lion of people stands as follows in tie civilized countries o£ the world: Ger many, 354 France. 344 Switzerland, 338 Belgium, 337 Italy, 309 Sweden, 300 Norway, 262 Great Britain, 176 Russia, 85 United States, 81 Spain, 66 Th« aMmliiK scribed real estate ooverr-d thereby at public seeming reflection upon our the fact that whiln A nmplm on Saturday, the 2nd day of March 1912, at wniie America may rank low In com- one o'clock In the afternoon, at the front parlson some Other countries la than when It comes to the reading of th« nrnriiintinn .. ton, County of Robnrts, State of South Da ine production of books, It outranks PW», Hois ME MiQOOOQooooa LEGAL NOTICES. Notices Under litis Heading' Are at the Begolar Legal Kate— (Payable When Affidavits arr Delivered. Notice to Creditors. ESTATE OF LDDVfO JENSOti. Deceased. ceased, to exhibit them, with the necessarv voncherg, within four months after the Ilrst publication of this notice, to the said adml* of SUiStan4 E. J. TURNER, Judge of the County Court. Attest: I. Stadstad. Clerk. (38-35) Notice of Mortgage Sale. Default has been mnde in the conditions of a mortgage made by Y. K. Dove, mortgagor, to A. M. Knight, mortgagee, dated March25tU 1911, mortgaging the following lands situated in the county of Roberts and state of South Dakota, towit: Lots Heven and Eieht, la block Three, in the Townsite of Peever, ac cording to tbe plat thereof on file in Regis try of Deeds In said county. There Is claimed to bo due thereon at the date of this notice the sum of Fifty Dollars nnd the further sum of Thirty-Two Dollars for taxes and insurance premium paid on said premises. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale In said mortgage contained, said mortgage will be foreclosed, and the above described premises will be sold at pub lic auction by the SherifT of Roberts couBty, South Dakota, at the front door of the Court House in Sisseton. in said County of Roberts,,# on the 2nd day of March. IMS, at Two clock' P. M., to pay said mortgage debt and inter est and taxes and Insurance premium, with Twenty five Dollars, as attorney foes and dis bursements nllowed by law. Dated at Sisseton. South Dakota, this 16th day of January, 1912. A. M. KNIGHr. Mortgagee. H. M. KNIGHT, Attorney for Mortgagee. (30-36) Notice of Mortgage Sale. Whereas, default has been made in the con dition of a certain mortgage, containing a power of sale, given by Wesley Nims and Elsie G. Nims, bis wife, as mortgagors, to George Wren, whose post office address is Ktpon, F'on du Lac County, in the state of Wisconsin, as mortgagee, dated October 29 1909, and filed for record Hi the office of the Register of Deeds of Roberts County, South Dakota, on March 14, 1910, at 9:20 o'clock A M., and duly recorded in book 63 of Mort gages, at page 106, mortgaging the real estate situate In the county of Roberts and State of South Dakota, described as follows, tow-li the southwest quarter of section one (1) and the southeast quarter of section two (3), all in township one hundred twenty-eiglit (128), iange forty-eight (48), to secure the payment of the sum of Seven Hundred Sixty-three Dollars and Forty-three cents, with interest thereon according to the conditions of one curtain promissory note described In said mortgage, and which said mortgage and the indebtedness secured thereby were, by said George Wren, as mortgagee, sold, assigned transferred and delivered to C. O. Johnson, whose postoflice address is 241H South West ern Ave.. St. Paul, Minnesota, by a written assignment of said mortgage, dated April 11, 1910, and which was, on tbe 16th day of Jan uary 1912. Died for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of Roberts County. South Dakota, and recorded in Book 67 of Mortgages at page 141. ai.d which default consists In non-payment of an installment of NineteOo Dollars and Twenty cents, being a portion of the interest due on said mirtsjage debt on October 29, 1910, and the aum of Forty-live Dollars ancj Eighty ceuts. interest duo on said mortgage debt on October 29,1911 by reason of which default the said owner of said mort guge bus elected to declare and declared the entire debt secured tliere-by has immediately due and payable, in accordance with the terms of said mortgnge, and there is now due and l'npaid the Bum of Eight Hundred Thirty nine Dollars and Forty-three cents, and ne proceedings at law or otherwise have been had to colleot said debt or foreclose said mortgage, therefore, Notice is hereby given that said mortgage will bo foreclosed bv a sale of the above de— scribed real estate ooverr-d thereby at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, by tlie Sheriff of Roberts County, South Dakota, door of the Court House, in the City of Sisse- kota, to satisfy said indebtedness of (839 43 ?1w dH® suid ,m°r'snge. with accruing interest, attorney's fees and cost of fore closure. Dated January 16,1912. C. O. Johnson. Assignee of Mortgage. Howard Babcock, Attorney for Assiiwee of Mortgage. (30^38) Sheriff's Sale. By virtue -of an execution, issued out of and for Grant Coun?y,'8ouSlDakotaOUuno«£CourtCircuit -"--ST November, !910. i„ action PandR'^F^Sr^felS' defendent. for the sum of Two hundred flftr^ 8ve and 4-100 Dollars ((255.04), which arid w,*f docketed in the office of the said Court on Novetn ber 17th, 191* a Vans®rl,P« »t said judgment was also thereafter duly filed and docketed in tbe office of the Clerk of the Court in and for Roberts Connty, South Dakota, on the 2nd 2 a a} ?CS 2r I9!0* 1.Mf® 8tore ,n the Stste^rfSouthDakota! Dated February 19th, 1918. Clt' Roberte »nd whioh said execution w»s directed and delivered to me as Sheriff in and for said Roberts County South Dak I upo!l ai' Jhe rlBht, title and In- terest of the said defeudant Y. F. Dove on whereon said judgment was so dock eted la the offloe of the Clerk of Court ot Coun'y,,south Dakota, aa aforesaid, In and to tbe following described real prop- Kobwts County, South Da- .koj" eight (8). nine (9). ten (10, l),"®" twelve (IS), la block ten (10), ",e '°wn of Peever. in said County. Notice is oereby Given. That I, the under- 8h®r,'ff aforesaid, will sell the right, title and interest whloh said defend ant had in and to said estate on said Decem ber 2nd, 1910, the date WBen said judgment •MdoektM IB said Roberts County, South nil ww nuueiut uouau. SOUtn Dakota, as afdresaid, to the highest bidder i»r»£tts^' P"bllc vendue, at the front door or the Court Bouse, at Sisseton, South Da rP« 5?th dayof February 1912, at ?. ®°'®kln the forenoon of that day, t* 'h® said Judgment and execution, together with interest thereor.. and the cost thereon. Dated. January 20th 1912. „. John 8. Pwanson sheriff of Roberts County, South Dakota. (81-36) Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Timber Lake, S.D., Feb. 6, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Stian S. Values, Si .™ on'8- Route No. 5, who, on April I®®®- made_ homestead entry, No. 26378, serial No. 0646. for the northeast (neK). section "'township 125, range 51, w5tb p. m. Sisseton and wahpeton Indian Reservation, has filed notice of Intention to make final live year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before I. Stadstud,- Clerk of Circuit Court, at Sisseton, S. D„ on the 18th day of March, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses George Aas trom, Ed Stavlg, John Klunen and Olaf Lo vlg all of Sisseton, S. D„ Route 5. P. D. KRIBS, Register. "Jeff and Mutt" will here* Henry Cortelyou, J" *he Administrator, theatW every Wednesday evening.