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Miss Edle Schreiner. \n\n W. C. T. U. COLUMN
The local tmlies of the W. C. T. V. are solely responsible for whnteycr nm*?:»rs wider this hcadmtf Suffrage in Colorado O. K. The suffragists of Jamestown listened to an interesting talk Thursday afternoon by Miss Jean Wilkinson, until recently a resident of Colorado. She is now living in Faulkton, S. L., and is state secretary of the Franchise department of the W. C. U. She was the guest while here of Mrs. Frank Rathman. Mrs. C. F. Rathman took advantage of the occasion to introduce tht "Suffrage Tea," already so popular in some of the larger cities, with Miss Wilkinson as speaker of the afternoon. The subject of Miss Wilkin son's talk was suffrage in Colo rado Since the adoption of equal suffrage 20 years ago, Colorado has been very much in the limelight. Friends and op ponents each hoped tu see his -own opinion justified- A great deal of misrepresentation has resulted. Probably the most notorious instance of this snap judgment by an enemy of equal suffrage is that of the article by Richard Barry, appearing in the Ladies Honrie Miss Wilkinsop, Barry earned the money.' Since then the. -Journal,' -Sj?*said Miss Wilkinson, lias been boycotted by moat of the women of Colarado, and, by many of other states, who1 have been in dignant at its unfair attitude. Miss Wilkinson said that it is impossible to get a statement condemning-weaiwii I suffrage in Colorado, written over the sig nature of, any, refutable person in that state—with the possible exceptipn of a defeated politician or an interest that has not been protected,by the woman's vote. i.As the^-^flea^^wutabilitir of auch persqns is rather open to question* the exception may be practically disregarded. Mr. Bok has since modified his atti tude toward Women suffrage when he found that it was be ginning to injure the popularity of his magazine. Miss Wilkinson cited the fact that the women voters in Colo rado demand character and good morale in their representatives in government. They will split their party tickets, rather than vote for an immoral man or one who does not stand for good measures. Colorado is supposed ly a republican state but the party was repeatedly defeated by the- women's Vote because the machine put up men whom the women would not accept No state in the Union has better laws than Colorado, says Miss Wilkinson. Any investiga tion of this subject will uphold this statement It is sometimes asked: "Why is Colorado still wet if womee are doing so much good there?" There are 58,000 less women tjhan men in the state, but in spite of that most of the rural districts are now wy, fin the cities the saloons are confined to the down-town district» and strictly regulated, mngfliHtoight.ctosing hours. The of^ repeated reports that the equri auatipaige bill is about to be repealtid hSs no foundation in fact On the contrary eight jeers MM Me adoption of WW|ian s^BFrage by an act of legislature *iiv ameidment to Strik0 mfc the weed male from emuiUiuUop was passed by a »majority than Teachers' Meeting To be held in the school house in White Rock, Saturday. Febru ary 28, 1:00 o'clock p. Music Roll Call, Response with Items of Current Events. Plans and Heins. .County 3upt. Rtading, "When the Teach er Gets Cross" Grades Journal, said Mr. Bok, has „long been opposed to women suffrage. He very much wanted an article on, Colorado from his point of view, but cöuld find no reputable person in Colorado to write it- One day htt chanced on an article, by Richtod Barry. Mr. Barry, was**-» resident of •Colorado, Hub *62roade a flying trip there,, .and life -was opposed toequal suffrage-, Mr. Bok tele 'graphed him thathe would tay jhim five hundred doilafs for an article against* won.äri suffrage :in Colorado. He did hot ask '. him to investigate -conditions, ^just to write, an. article. Mr. Miss Alice Lyle. Country Life and the Coun try School -Chapters VII and IX.. Ernie Vloeller. The Training of Children, a I a Clayton Schmidt. Music Plans and Devices lor Teaching Members in the Lower Grades Miss Edith Kerr. The Problem of Providing Work for Every Child in the Large Rural School... Miss Alice Rush. Music Language and Spelling De vices in the Lower Music in the Rural Schools Miss Florence Mahony. Question Box, Conducted by .County Supt. Decide Yoarself The Opportunity is Here, liavked liy Sissetoii Testimony Don't take our word for, it. Den't depend on a stranger's statement. Read Sisseton en dorsement. Read the state ments of Sisseton citizens and decide for yourself. Here is one case of it: Mrs. Catherine Murphy, Sisse ton, S. D., says. "For along time I had kidney and bladder disorders. My back got weak and lame and was all rundown." Doan.s Kidney Pills acted with the first few doses. They cured the^Äamation of the bladder, strengthened the back and rid me of all the other kidney ail ments. I feel it niy duty as well as a pleasure to let bther kidney sufferers know about my ex perience. What I have said about Loan's Kidney Pills, when I have publicly recommended them before, still holds good. Of late I have been free from kidney complaint I don't know of another remedy that can take the place of Doan's for kidney trouble For sale by all dealers. Price W cent». tEeetei^Mflburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's and take no other. :,i üfe Bids for Trees One hundred or more white ash trees wanted for school house grounds, trees to be not less than 12 feet in height. Bids wanted in two forms, for the trees only and for the frees and planting same according to the following specifications: Trees to be set in holes two feet square and two feet deep, the holes being dyna mited before planting trees. Provided further, that all trees dying the first two years must be replaced, Boärd reserves right to reject any or all bids. For further information apply to the undersigned. lar A. A. PETFRSON, Clerk.M Sisseton, S. D. M.ale Brides. It had rained all the long dreary day, and his golden curls were be draggled and wet, and his nice col hung limp down his slender shoulders when he came home at a quarter past 4 o'clock and threw his school hooks at the cat, which lay beside the hearth. "Grandpa,"' he said softly as he came the to where the old man was quietly sitting, smoking and think ing, "I thought all brides female D.) Daily were of sex." "They are, child they are. Why do you make such an odd remark •Because, grandpa, in looking over my geography lesson I came upon the Hebrides,. Are they fe malesVtoo, and, if so, why are they called W ,, Two Kind» of Sweetneu. 1 STANDARD TIME. Different Now From 1873, When There Were Seventy-one Divisions. Ye-ill's !iu, insle.id ii|' lour ul' live! sliuiiliii'ils (if I'iiilrimil 111!i1, llivru ivuri' vvcnl vuiiv! TIüii wns in 1 .S7'-. In l.sis: ihc\ |ul cut out SOIIir th'itihvoml, its Viii'inil.- I'llill'Oilds lüii! begun to coii.-olidnl''. Al thai Vllliglltl 'lll 'l |U'l'i(!(! 1 llvl'i' vvcl'l.' still ivni lining litis ilni-c iküu.'i'n: sluixl.'ini times. In tiir ici con ters, where the euni|el uig nimls'j didn't like one another anI refused to unionize in depots, il not all] uncommon I hing to lind mie end of' town selling its watches so many minutes ahead or so many minutes behind the other end of town. The lot of the traveler was hard because trunk line service was not develop ed then as now, and il frequently carried one into the realms of high er mathematics to connect between trains of different systems. The confusion at length became so bad with the exienion ami ramifica tion of railroads that the ollieialsj got together and began holding! "time conventions" in an ell'ort to' lighten the burden of the clock.! After meetings in St. Louis and' New 'l ork in 188:! the railroads of this country and Canada drew live lines through the continental ma|v along the meridians fifteen degrees apart, beginning at sixty degrees west of (ireenwich,'England. The meridians were to drop an hour each step west. Thus when il was noon on the sixtieth meridian it was 11 o'clock in the morning of the sev enty-fifth, ami so on. There were drawbacks to this plan, however. It'would not. be possible for railroads to use an imaginary line, so it was decided to make the cliange in the hour ut the principal stations nearest to this imaginary line. Detroit, Wheel ing, Pittsburgh, J'arkcrsh'irg, Va„ and Augusta, (la., though not situ ated on an air line, arc points of change between eastern and central time. Frequently in the xvest the change is made at the end of long divisions. It is interesting to follow the standard time line on a map. One's first impression is of amazement, at the zigzag line that, jumps hither and „yon and not infrequently even turns back on itself, though all the time following its general di rection north and south, on one side or the other, of its own special meridian. The map is plotted off into distinctive color- by these zig zag lines, and any particular divi sion is known as reii, blue, green or yellow, according to whether it is intercolonial, eastern, central, mountain or Pacific time. The eastern colonies of Canada recently adopted eastern time, thereby cut ting the standard divisions down to four. Mean local time of course docs not correspond to standard time except on the meridians themselves. Thus Savannah is thirty-six min utes behind the sun, while Detroit is thirty-two minutes ahead of it.— Philadelphia Press. There is a sweetness of the child and a sweetness of the old. The sweetness o£ the child is largely in dependent of his personality. It is in his ways and in his looks, and the same thing is true, though not quite so much, of the young woman. But when sweetness comes at sixty it is the expression of the very na ture of the soul. Mr. Barrie some where we believe has said that no woman is really beautiful until she is fifty-three. The beauty that is worth most is the beauty that is connected with "the character itself. —Norman Hapgood in Harper's Weekly. Not Qualified. "I have tried to make a fashion able gentleman of you," said the re proachful father. "1 know it," replied the remorse ful young man. "But the smell of a chrysanthemum disagrees with me, I look funny in a silk hat, and I always get a cane twisted up be tween my ankles. If it's all the same to you, I'd rather go to work." —Washington Star. 1 1 Old Friend«. "She's had three divorces." "She must know the judge by this time?" "She does. The last time she ap peared in court she called him by his first name." Detroit Free Press. A Rather Reeky One. Mr. Henfusser These Brahmae are a very old breed of fowl. Mr. Borden-Lodge.—I know it We had the founder of the family for dinner at my boarding house.— Kansas City Star. Quite True. "Mrs. Climber boasts that she highborn." "So she was was—the top yf a tene ment."—Baltimore American. JAPANESE THEATERS. The Play» Are Long and the ••Inviaible'1 Characters Are Unique. Although the .Japanese have copied the bc.-t in-lit ul ions in the world in remodeling their own, the theater in Japan is essentially dif ferent from oilier countries, and some of the best idea's might well be eopieil by our houses of amuse Miem. The revolving Mage, for in stance, which allow.- the scene to be changed without a long tiresome wait is one of them. Other lectures cannot be so much commended. Take for example the dressers to the chief actors, who Hit hurriedly to and fro dressed in black, which gives them the ap pearance of black specters. Tlicv are supposed to be invisible, and in addition to throwing around the ac tors with a marvelous dexterity the changes of costume they act as val ets. It is amusing to sei: one of these "shades'' giving the hero a cup of tea, a fan, a handkerchief, or, it the situation is a dramatic one, holding a taper at the end of a long slick, which lights up I he actor's face. In Japan the heater goer starts out a I U::iU or 1U o'clock in the morning. It is not necessary that lie should have made a visit to the box ollice, for Japan has no such institution. There is a sort of tea house or restaurant in front of each theater, where the ticket can be arranged for also refreshment 01 any sort of attention which may be needed during the lengthy play. During the play attendants go about constantly with small hand less cups of delicious amber tea which perfumes the air. When the scene opens there is no curtain to raise neither do the ac tors appear at "right center," nor are they discovered seated at 'I. C.v A character will appear not from the wings, but from a side walk. These walks are often deco rated with a flower border. He will repeat some lines, which some other character will answer from the walk at the other side of the stage, and so by degrees they make their way to the stage proper in the most natural manner. The Japanese have brought the pantomime to a high state'of per fection, and this is one of the most popular forms of plays -which are given.—New York SüiL Minute Marvels. The rotifer is but an infinitesimal speck, about a thousandth part of an inch long. lie is a water midge that needs a microscope to watch Iiis movements. Ten thousand roti fers could sport in a tiny eggcup full of water without causing more commotion than would a single fish in any given bay. One would natu rally suppose that such creature? were the most minute forms of ani mal life, but such is not the case. Wherever there is a "herd" of them they are accompanied by another species which arc so small that in descriptions of the two they are likened to rats and horses. These tinv attendants on the Rotifer vul garis are- only one one-hundred thousandth of an inch in length. Professional Fit Thrower. Professional poverty is a paying pursuit, and the strolling* police know it. You may have noticed the lady who buries her head in her hands and howls on the steps of a west end restaurant. She is deso late and is in a fit. We run to hei rescue, call the police. And when the lady has procured brandy and sundry contributions from the sym pathetic public the constable ex plains that this is the lady who has nine fits a day. "And here's your cuffs, lady," says the constable, for the lady is careful to take off het clean cuffs before having her fit.— London Globe. Pilgrims and Puritans. There is a very pronounced dis tinction between the pilgrims and the Puritans. The pilgrims were the seventy-eight men. and twenty eight women (members of John Robinson's church) who sailed in the Mayflower from Leydeii and landed at Plymouth, where they founded the first Knglish colony in New England. The Puritans came a few years later and founded Bos ton or the Massachusetts Bay com pany.—New York American. The Last Straw." "What was the matter with the maid you got the other day? I hear ytm have discharged her." "She didn't seem to have suffi cient intelligence to get along here. Her cooking was fair, but when she used my husband's tango shirt for a dust cloth we just had to part with her."—Chicago Record-Herald. To Have and te Held t, "Do you think Charley is still at tached to you?" "Oh, yes! But of course I have to 'string* him -now and the»."— Judge. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AGAINST SALE State of South Dakota, County of Kobetx, ss. in County Court: In the matter of the etate* of Gebhardt J. Oustad. Sophia Oi.stad and Clarence 1. On siad, minors. It appeitriug to thiseouri from the petition this flay preeeuted and lilni by 1 ver .1. John son as the guardian ut h« estates of Geb hardt ,1. Onstadi. SupliiaOnsiad und Clarence M. utisiad, mmors, praying fur an order oi sale oi ct riain reul e*titte Iwlonmng to said mi nuts, that il i* expeUieut that such real aie -should be soid: It I» hereby oruered thai the next of Uin oi the said mi-.ors and all persons interested in said retil estate, appear bei.ue litis court oo Monday, the Ibtli day ol Klar. h. A. J.\ 1914, at 10:00 o'clock, a. ui., in the otHue of ihejudvu ui this qourt, in the city ui Sisseton. county of Koi»eUs. Slate of South i.-kuia, then and Hi re show cause, auv the be, why an order should not be gianleu lur ihe sme of •»ueti real state. And it is further ordered that a copy of thi. order be published ut least once a week forihrte successive weeks beiote Hie said day of hearing, in "Tut St«.e'on Weekly standard,'* a newp*pei- pvii.ted and publish ed weekly in said county oi Roheit*. Dated thte Hth day of February, A. J). 1914. By the Court H. M. KNIGHT, Judge of the County Court. Attest: 1. K. Stevens, Clerk of the County Court. (St al) Thomas Maui, Attorney forGuardtan. (35 37) NOTICE OF MORTG A OE SA LK Default having been m.id* hi the conditions ot a, certain monyaye. made, executed and delivered by Marie A. I'avne and L. W. Paynv, her'husbaud, rn. rigagors, to (i. K. Gilbert, mortgagee, dated i\ovt.mber ISih. lVlo, and du.y recorded the ollice of the Kevisier of 'eeds in and for Roberts countv. South Da kota, on November 15tb, 1910, at 010 o'clock P. m.. id book "03'* of mortgages, ou pate 162, conveying and mortgaging the following de scribed lands situated. lying and Oeing in the County oi Koi.trts and State of South Dakota, to wit: Lots twenty twenty one (21 twenty-two (22.) twenty.three t2*3,f twenty tour «24.) and the west half (wig) of lot nine tevn (iv.' in block forty six (46.) In the t. wn of SiJ-st.ton, according to the plat thereof on lüe and of record in the registry of deeds in said county anu state. And whereas, there is claimed to be due at the date of th:s notice the »um of Six Hun dred Seventy live and 47-100. (W7.V47) dollars on said premises. And no action or proceed ing has been instituted at law to recover ibe debt secure«.1 by said mortgage or any part thereof iNow therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale in said mort gage contained, and of tho statute hi such eue made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed, and the alove deseribed pre mises will be sold at public auction by the sheriff or RoberAt County, South Dakota, at the front door of the court house in town of Sisseton, said county ot Roberts, on the 4ih day of April. A. D. 1914, at two o'clock p. m„ to pay said mortgaged debt and interest and taxes, if any, with twenty-tive ($25 00) dollars, as attorney fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated at Sisseton. South Dakota, this 5th day of February, 1914. G. K. GILBERT, Mortgagee. H. M. Knight, Attorney for Mortgagee. (35 41) SUMMONS State of South Dakota, ouiity of Roberts, ss. Iu Municipal Court, City of Sisseton. South Dakota. rank B. Scott, Plaintiff. vs. Allen A. Allen, Defendant. The State of South Dakota mentis greeting to the above named defendant. You are.he^fb^ summo4ett.and required to atwxver thö'comvlBint of the plaintiff herein, a copy of which said complaint is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber at bis office in the city of Sisseton, County of Roberts, and state of South Dakota, within top days after the service of this summons vpon you. exclusive of the d»y of service, and If you fail to an swer said complaint within that time, the plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum of $128.58 wtth interest thereon since the 29th day ot August, 1913. Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota, this29th day of October. 1913. PRANK R. MeKENNA, Attorney for Pialntiir. Sisseton, S. Dak. To the Above Named Plaintiff: Please take notice that the Summons, Com plaint. Affidavit and, Order of Publication have been tiled In the office of the Clerk of the Municipal Court, within and for the City ot Sisseton. County of Roberts and State oi South Dakota, and that said Summons Is served by publication pursuant to said Order ol Publication. FRANK R. McKMNNA, Attorney for Plaintiff, jj NOTICE OP HEARING PETITION TO MORTGAGE LAND. State of South Dakota, County o( Roberts. 1» County Court. In the matter of the guardianship oL the estate of Herbert Downing, a minor. .—a Notice is hereby given that Mary E. R£if dall, guardian of said minor, has tiled in the County Court of Roberts county, South Da kota a petition for an order authorizing her, •as such guardian, to execute a mortgage for not to exceed lifteen hundred dollars upon the north Laif of the northeast quarter of section five (5), in township one hundred twenty-ihree (123), range forty-nine (49), and the west half of the southeast quarter of sec tion thirty-two (82), in township one hundred twenty-four 124), range forty-nine (4»), west of the 5th P. M., in Roberts county, So, L)alt, in which said land the above named minor has a one-third interest, for the purpose of paying existing ncumbrences thereon which are maturing and for other purposes, ana that such petition will be beard by said County Court at the oflloe of the County Judgr, in the city of Sisseton, Roberts county. South Dakota, on Saturday, the 28th day of Febru ary. 1M4, at teu o'clock A. M. which is the time and place fixed by the Court for hearing said petition, and at which time any and all persons objecting to the granting of said petition are required to appear and ne heard. Dated at »Isseton, South Dakota, February 7th, 1914. H. M. KNIGHT, State of South Dakota. County of Roberts, ss. In Municipal Court, City of Sisseton. South DAkota. E. F. Plotif, Plaintiff, vs. Allen A. Allen, Defendant. The State of South Dakota sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, a cony of which complaint ts herewltu served upon you. and to serve a copy of your answer ou the subsciber at his office in the City of Sisseton, County of Roberts and State of South Dakota, within ten days after the serv ice of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, and if you tall to answer said complaint within that time the plaintiff will take judgment against yoa for the sum of $90.70 with interest thereon since the 18th aay ot September, 1913. Dated at Sisseton. South Dakota, this 29th day of October, 1913, F3ANK R. MeKENNA, NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Secretary of State has designated the following colors for the Official Primary Ballots of the different Political Parties. Republican- White. Democratic—Yellow. V-: Prohibition—Blue. Socialist—Pink. f»resent Judge of the County Court Roberts County, South Dakota. Attest: D. F. Stevens, Clerk. [SEA L| (,«4.36) SUMMONS Attorney for Plaintiff, Sisseton, S. D. To the Above Named Defendant Please take notice that the Summons, Com plaint, Affidavit and Order of Publication have been filed In the oQlce of the Clerk of the Municipal Court, within and for the City ot Sisseton,County of Roberts and State of South Dakata and that said Summons is served by publication pursuant to said Order of Pub lication. FRANK R. MeKENNA, (34-40) Attorney for Plaintiff. a* Sale ami Lease Notice Notice is hereby given that on April 7th, 1914. a «aleof Common School Lands Will be held fh Roberta county. The lands selected will be ottered lor sale at public auction, be tween the hours ol 10 o'clock, a. m., and 5 o'clock p. m.. at the court house in said coun ty! end on April 8th, 1914, all ol the unsold Common School Lands not under lease, will be altered tor lease at public auction between the hours ot 10 o'clock a.m. and 6 o'clock p. m„ at the court house In said county. Dated at Pierre, ti. v.. January 20,1914, FRED HEPPEBLE Commissioner ol School and Public Lands. 131-»] O. 15. I.UvN, County Auditor. Notice of Primary Election Notice is hereby given that a Primary Klectioti will he held at the regular polling places in nil the voting precincts of Roberts County, South Dakota, on the 24th day of March, 1914, letweeu the hours of 8 o'clock a. in., and 5 o'clock p. m., for the in rpose of allowing the members of each political party in the state by their own separate party vote to choose their party platform and their several party Candidates for all National, State, Congressional, Judicial, Legislative and County Offices, which are to be filled by election at the next general election, and to elect their several National, State, County and Precinct Committeemen and State party Chairman also to nominate in the same manner the several party candidates for the office of United States Senator. Dated this 19th of February, 1914. O. K. LIEN. County Auditor NOTICK or REAL ESTATE MOKTOAGR SALE BY ADVEKT1SEMKNT. XVhertas.default has bi»un ui act in the con ditions of a certain real estate mortgage con taining a »wur of sale, given by Anna G. Sjerven and William J. Sjervon, lier husband, mortgugi-rs. to John T. (ioil, moitgagee, dated on the 12th day ot July. 191)6, and filed tor recoid In the otltce of the register of deeds of Roberts County, and Slate ot South Dakota, oa the Sib day of August, lWt», at 3:25 o'clock p. in., and recorded in hook f0 of mortgages, page 5», which said mortgage was by an insrument duly made in wriliug. dated on the 18th day of August. 1906, and Hied for record iu the of* tire of the register of devds of said Roberts county on the 4th aav of February, 1914, at 2:50 o'clock p. and recorded in book 77 of mortgages, page 2•!, assigned by the Said John T. Gold to Gold Bros. Security Co., a corpora tion ot South Dakota, describing said mort gago and the land therein mentioned nod whir.h said mortgage was thereafter duly as signed by suid Gold Bros. Security Company, a corporation, to Frank L. Stone, by an in strument in writing describing said land and said mortgage for value received, dated Feb ruary 2nd. 1914, and tiled for record in the of fice of the register of deeds of said Roberts county on the 4th day or February, 1914, at2:55 o'clock p. m., and recorded In book 78 of mort gages, page 260, both of which assignments were duly acknowledged, the said Frank L. Stone bei-ig the present owner and holder of said mortgage and the debt secured thereby in which mortgage and assignments the fol* lowing described lands In the county of Rob erts and State of South Dakota were de scribed, ro-wit: the southeast quarter of th4 northwest quarter and thii south west quarter of the northeast quar ter of section nine, In township one hundred twenty two of range tifty one, containing eighty acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof. Whereas, the nature of the default is the failure on the part of said mortgagors to pay the interest on the indebtedness secured by »aid mortgage and the principal dtibt at ma turity or at all. and the taxes on said lands and accrued interest as follows: interest one hundred fifteen and 60-100 dollars taxes forty-four and no-100dollars: principal four hundred tifty äod no 10C dollars.} making a total amoum due at tho date of this notice of six hundred nine and 60-100 dollars. Notice is hereby given, that said mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of the lands and premises above deseribed covore" thereby. by the sheriff of th county of Roberts, or his deputy, on th 4th day of April, 1914, at two o'clock p. m., said duy, at the front door of the cour house or said county in the city of Slsse ton in said county and state, to satisf said indebtedness of six hundred nine an 60-100 dollar#, which said sum is due.as afor said, besides the costs and disbursements a lowed by law, including therein twentv ft dollars attorney fees and you are furth notified, that no other proceeding has bee had for the foreclosure of said mortgage the collection of said debt. Dated this 2nd day of February, 1914. FRANK L. STONE, Assigne That! L. Fuller. Attorney for Assignee. tlbank, S. D. (34-40) •OTICF, OF MORTG-AGE FORCLOSUid SALE Notice is hbreby given that default has creed In the conditions of the mortgage he 'nafter described in that the mortgagors ha 'ailed to pay the interest now past due a -he taxes and for tire insurance that t" mortgage referred to was executed and livered by Estella M. Budd andG. W. Bu her husband, to Mrs. John Martin, who is holder thereof, under dale of Mar 911. That there ts now doe and owing said mortgage, principal and lnfcerest £99. also for taxes paid f99.31 tot Kr», ins» ante $6.00, total $635 96 that' the property scribed in said mortgage is lots nine, eleven and twelve.(9, 10, II, 12,) In block sev ty-oiue (79) in the city of Sisseton, South kota, and that satd mortgage was tiled record In the ofice of register of deeds Roberts county, South Dakota, on May 27 1911. at 8:20 o'clock p. m., and recorded book "63" of mortgages at page 22 that action at law or otherwise hasoeeo lnstltu for the collection of said debt or the forec* ure of said mortgage. That said mortgage will be foreclosed a the property above described will be sold satisfy the said deot and costs at the fr door of the court house In the ftlty of Sic ton. South Dakota, at public auction by sheriff of Roberts county, on the 14th day March, 1914 at 2 o'clock p.m., to the hign bidder for cash. Dated January 27th, 1614, MRS. JOHN MARTIN, Mortg Irvin H. Myers, hey Attorney. $ SUMMONS State ol South Dakota, County ol Roberts In Circuit court, Filth Judicial Circuit. Alice Ironheart, Plaintiff. vs. Thomas Ironheart. Delendant, The State ol South Dakota sends gree to the above named defendant. You are hereby summoned and require answer the complaint ot the plaintti! in above entitled aoiion, a copy ot whic hereto attached and herewith served you, and to serve a copy ot your answer the undersigned at his office in the Cit Sisseton, County ol Roberts and Stat South Dakota, within thirty days alter service of this Summous upon you, exolu ul tho day of such service and if you la answer said complaint within said tlm required, the plaintiff will apply to the tor the relief demanded in said complain" Datea ut Slssetou, South Dakota, this day ot August, A. D. 1913. THOMAS MAN! Attorney lor Plaintiff, Sisseton,: Note:—The above la published in pursu' to an order of tho court now on flle In th~ (ice of the clerk ot said court. THOMAS MAN™ (33-39) Attorney for plai Patronize the Standard jobl department. Particular prinl for particular people ie our si ialtj. Full line of legal blanks at] Standard office. Advertising in the Stanj bringi Hare the Standard print The Standard for Neue.