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FORAGE PLANT BECAME PEST
Australian Dairy Farmers Brought to ... the Verge of Ruin by Im 'T ported Grass. Canme, whose "Sony of .ihand. »:?. Australia lias added another to the series of complications incidental •to the introduction of new species, Jeither of the animal or vegetable ikisgdom, into the economic life of a country. Not. many years ago the colonists althought to enrich the scanty fauna isof the island continent by the natu wdralization of the European rabbit -sand the experiment proved so sue cessful that the little animal is now v:a pest to be fought with the aid of «scalp bounties. Somewhat, later an »•Australian statesman induced the .. settlers of I he torrid north coast to grow an exotic forage plant, paspa lum, a kind of millet, and to de velop the country as a grazing and dairy region. The result was the building up of a ilourisliing dairy in dußtry. Now, however, it has been discov j.ered that, after years of wonderful .service as a milk maker, paspalum .«has developed a tendency to sourness, 'due perhaps to the failure of the dairy farmers to follow a crop-rota tion system. The plant is of remark ably vigorous growth, and in most of the pastures affected it has developed ia formidable tangle of roots, which makes it an extremely diflicult and .«expensive matter to eradicate it. COULDN'T FLY SO GOOD if.:}. Mrs. New wed—Three a. in. and feyou are just getting home. And to think that I believed you an angel 1 Mr. New wed—Thash the trouble. Am angelsh hie and blamed wtng—hie—wouldn't work right. I Bad to—hie—have 'em repaired. HUMBLE BRITISH POET8» !Wbrkingmen poets, like Matthew Tate, the pitman, to whom Lord Ridley has offered a free house for Kfe, are by no means rare. One of the most gifted is Mr. Alfred Wil liams of Swindon, who works at the forge by day and studies the classics and writes poetry in the evenings. Mr. McGill, too, a young navvy on the Caledonian railway, recently published a volume of verses, includ ing some very creditable translations from the French and German. Con ,»table Mitd^lL author of "Ballads Blue/ is Only one of licemen poets, and several po Miss Ethel a Factory jGW have reached second Wms until recently a edition, Lancashire mill NOT SURE OF HIS SCIENCE. "What do you underataod by 'ed ittefimgi'?" "It has something to with mushrooms a»' teedstoola," replied Jham OoratoeaeL "B«t whether Ift what you «walks,«r what hap WW to 7®° aftoi tau I wouldn't •b to mj without wtitin' to the it." ECONOMY. -What did jM lUBk of Mm aar gown et the hdlf He—She must be a iintotr—Vermont great eoono- Crebbe. HEARTY KINO. "Do you give your earnest sweat to thia movement to suppress «Un» drily talk?" "Well, I should cackle MAPI HIM SUFFfc*. "Influenza is a terrible illness." "Are you subject to it?" "I should say so. My wife's al VwsyslienDg .it." mW* LUCKY MISSE «5? W i- -v loek on your änj -.V V• J: if* I ^hwd three guides I «hot Local Mrs. Jerry Wilson has returned from a two weeks' visit with relatives at Lemmon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rickert re turned Monday from an outing of several days in Minneapolis. Vermolene, the King of ail Bed Bus: Poisons, for sale at The Red Cross Drug Store. (51tf) June brides-elect should cali a the Standard office and be shown samples of the fine printing we turn out in the way of invitations, announcements, cards etc. We have some of the latest Old Eng lish type for this kind of work, or can furnish engraving. Dr. Frank J. Parizek of Lidger wood, N. has located at Claire City, 8. D., for the practice of medicine and surgery. Office above the Rex Cafe. (48-51) Civic League Notes The Civic League have discon tinued their meetings until July th on account of the Chautau qua. We hope every lady will be present at the July 7th meeting. BE A BOOSTElt Do you know, there's lots of people Setting round in every town, Growlin' like a broody chicken, Knockin' every good thing down? Don't you be that kind of cattle, 'Cause there ain't no use on earth, You just be a booster rooster, Crow an' boost for all you're worth. If your town needs boostiu' boost 'er Don't hold back and wait to see If some other feller's willin,' Sail right in, this country's free No one's got a mortgage on it, Its yours just as much as his. If your town needs boostin', boost 'er You get in the boostin' biz. If things don't seem to suit you, An' tljie world seems kinder wrong, What's the matter with a boostin* Just to help the thing along? 'Cause if things should sfcnp a-goin', We'd be in a sorry plight. You just keep that horn a-blowin', Boost 'er up with all your If you see some feller try in' For to make some project go, You can boost it just a trifle, That's your cue to let him know That you're not a-goin' to knock it, Just because it ain't your shout, But you're goin" to boost a little, 'Cause he's got the best thing out. Thb is certain The Proof That Sisseton Readers Cannot Deny. What could furnish stronger evidence of the efficiency of any remedy then the test of time. Thousands of people testify that Doan's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results. Grateful endorsements should prove undoubtedly the merits of this remedy. Years ago people right in this locality testified to the relief they had derived from the use of Doan's kidney Pills. They now confirm their testimon ials. They say that time has completed the test Dubley Staats, Milbank, S. D.. says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney trouble that had bothered me for a long time. I was so greatly benefited that I publicly recommended them. I have endorsed this remedy at every opportunity since." The above is not an isolated case. Mr. Staats is only oae of many in this vicinity who have greatfully endorsed Doan's. If your back aches—if your kidneys bother you. don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Staats had. 50c all stores. Foster Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. ORDINANCE NO. til. An Ordinance to Prohibit the Erection or Use of Tile. Terra Cotta. Hollow i'ement Blocks. Brick on Kdge or Metal Flues. BR IT OltuAlNEU uv the City Council of the City of Sisseton. South Dakota: Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, ürm or corporation to erect or use in or oil any building within the corporate limits any tile. turra cotta. hollow cement blocks, brick-oivedge or metal uhirnnev. Section 2. It shall be unlawful to erect or maintain or have in use any chimnev.smuke stack \r other structure for the escape of smoke, heat or gases in such condition as to endanger property. Section 8. Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the conditions of this or dinance shall, upon conviction, be tilled not less than Five Dollars ($n.ou) nor more than Twenty five Dollars ($25.0C) for each offense. Each and every day of such violation shall constitute a separate offense. Section 4. It shall be the duty of the Chief of the Fire Department or other duly authorized person to make systematic in spection at least once every three months and make report to the City Council, of any violation of any of the terms of this ordi nance. Sect on 5 All ordinances and parts ok or dinances in conflict with the foregoing are hereby repealed. Section tf. This ordinance shall take ef fect and be in force from and after its pass age. Passed first reading. June I. i»u. Passed second reading. June 15. 1914' Approved and aUoi-ted. Jum if. •. N a Attest: Mayor. CARSTON EGGEN. (tiEAL) City Auditor. ORDINANCE NO. 00. An Ordinance Regulating the Storage and Handling of Crude Oil. Gasoline. Benzine. Ben zole. Naphtha and Other Light Products of Petroleum. BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of SibBeton, South Dakota: Section 1. That It shall be unlawful for any person: tirm or corporation to keep or store, or cause to be kept or stored, more thau ten (in) gallons of gasoline, benzine, benzole, naphtha or other light or volative products of petrol eum, or crude petroleum, in or within 20 feet of any building or buildings within the tire limits of the City of Sisseton. South Dakota, except that said oils, and their products mentioned above may be kept in underground tanks or iu a separate building built for such purpose ac cording to the specifications of the Fire Limits Ordinance not less than 20 feet from any other building within Fire Limits. Section 2. It shall be unlawful for the oils, and their products above mentioned, if above ground. to be stored or kept, or sold in other than closed metallic vans painted KED to signify the inflammable nature of the contents thereof. Section 8 Any person, firm or corporation violating this ordinance shall be hned in the sum ot not less than Fivm 1'ollars tmr more than Tweutj-nve Dollars iv.'ö.OO) and costs. Section 4. All ordinances and parts of or dinances in conhu't with the foregoing are hereby repealed. Section 5. That tlm ordinance shall take ef fect and be in force orn and after its publica tion once in The Courattt and The Sisseton Standard, Passed first reading. Ju:io 1. 1914. Passed second read utr. .i une 15, KHt. Approved and adapted .,une 15. 1914. J. C. KNAPP. Attest: ...v.-.Mayor, CAHSTON EtiGKN. (SEAL) City Auditor. 101 FROM ANNUAL STATEMENT Tear Ending December 31st, 1913. Of New York Life Insurance Com pany of New York City, N. Y. I. CAPITAL STOCK. Ledger assets Dec. 31, '12.$719,900,475.SS II. INCOME. Total premium Income ..» 89,627,788.31 Interest and rents 33,581,957.76 From all other sources.. 1,306.643.12 Total Income 1124,616,389.19 III. DISBURSEMENTS. Paid losses and endow ments 34,656,912.68 Dividends and other ben fits to policy holders.. 31,696,966.59 Commissions and agency expenses 7,266,942,11 Salaries, office expense» and Medical Ex. fees. 4,561,904.48 Loss on ledger assets ... 33,627.11 Decrease, value ledger assets 332.46C-.72 All other disbursements. 3,028,341.98 Total disbursements .. $ 81,566.161.67 Balance *762,850,703.40 IV. LEDGER ASSETS. Real estate 9,196 Loans on real estate .... Premium notes Policy loans Bonds and stocks Cash in office and banks. All other ledger asset» .. 162,970, 4,598 133,507 466,436 6,806 334 Commissions due agents. Dividends or jft*oflts due policyholder»** Other Iu liabilities Dividends declared duo Speotal reserves ...... 586.10 898.44 039.71 619.52 803.81 084.01) 671.82 Total ledger assets .. .1762,850.703.40 NON-LEDGER ASSBTS. Interest and rents 8,667,124.54 uncollected premiums .. 1,017,334.1" Gross assets .$774.655.162.11 Deduct assets not admit ted $ 31.057,422.01 Total admitted assets. .1748 V. LIABILITIES. Wet reserve $125, Amounts not yet due on a tracts Total policy claim» ,497,740.10 747.810.00 «19,116.98 706.183.50 68,171.48 4' 864,144.99 l,67«.465.5» f.607.473.35 1.818,574.21 Total liabilities .8748.497.740.16 BUSINESS IN SOUTH DAKOTA 1913. Policlea lesued $ 805,727.00 Lease» paid 58.777.6» Premiums collected 818,926.39 Expanses during the year 86.986.4t Cempaey»« Certiorate of Aatkerlty. Whereas. The New Tork Life Insur ance Company, a corporation organized the law» of New York, haa filed ISwA. a sworn statement ex hibiting It» condition and business for the year ending December 31, »»13. con formable to the requirement« of the laws of this state regulating the busi ness of Insurance and. where»*. The said company has filed in thl» office a duly certified copy of its charter, with certificate of organ I» satlon. In compliance with the require ments of the insurance law aforesaid „Now. Therefore. I. O. K. Stableln, Commissioner of Insurance of the State Sou'11 .»AJjota, pursuant to the pro ®ald laws, do hereby certify that the above named company Is fully !2S?*W#M throusrh Its authorised Kpnts, to transact its appropriate bus L^nnlvuJL .* JS'unwoe In this »täte, fff uifI the law» thereof, until the last day of February, A. D., 1»16. „I™ testimony whereof. I have here unto set my hand and official seal at Si! F,r"t dly of March. A. D. O. K. STABLBIN, Commissioner oflnsu By r. c. MUEL1.8R, Chief (Seal) 150 FROM ANNL'AI. STATKIMEIfT Year Ending December 31st. 191* Of Security Insurance Company of New Haven, Conn. Secretary. Victor Roth. "ai'it.'il pair! tip in tviHh 1 lA.NJier asstH Dec. :tl, 1 :i Total disbursements Balance .oomno.oo i.x ?fi.oo I NCi !.MR. fota prfniiinn $ 2 In lores' and rcn's Increase, value ledger as sets Proni all other sources Tolal income .inj.-jrii.s7 17::.777.02 3.815.62 90.75 1.55 $ 2.^87.599.08 nrsBtmsEMrcNTs. Pair! for losses $ Paifl to stockhoMfrs .... 7ommisKions or brokerage I ari»»s, X1 office expensns Decrease, value ledger as sets Ä.11 other disbursements ,117.761.47 1 no ooo no 445.Gfi1.R4 2 i»4,0 Hi. 1 8 1.03K.75 2G5.642.21 5 2,224.120.45 4.118.348 61 LRDGICR assists. Rook value of real estate. 239.218 25 Mortgage loans 41 1 500.00 Bonds or* stocks, and loans on collateral 3.006,!S4.07 Fa&n in office and banks 89,406.52 Other ledger assets 372.039 77 Total ledger asset« ....$ 4,1 18.348.CI NON-LKDOKR ASSISTS. interest arid rents $ Harket values over book values 10.931 75 "41.875.1» Gross assets 5 220.127.116.11 nrcmrcT assists not admitted A-genls' balances and all other non-admitted as •, $ 5.044 62 Book values over market values 61.471.82 Total $ (16,519.44 Total admitted assets $ 4,104,636.11 MABIUTIKS. .$ 177,926 26 2,086,790.93 37,412.92 rTnpaid losses and claims Premium reserve All other liabilities Total amount of all lia bilities except capital. $ 2,302.130.11 Capital paid up in cash .. 1,000,000.00 Surplus over all liabilities 80'.'.50«.00 Total .5 4.104.636.11 BUSINESS IN SOUTH DAKOTA 1913. Risks written $ 1.107,531.00 Premiums received 18,383.96 Expenses incurred 9.57140 Losses paid 5,898.61 Compnny*« Certificate of Authority. Whereas, The Security Insurance Co., corporation organized undur the laws of Connecticut has filed in this office a sworn statement exhibiting its con dition and business for t.he year ending Decern her 31. 1013, conformable to the requirements of the laws of this state ro£rulatIn the business of Insurance and. WherxiThe said company hns filed in this ot fice a duly certified copy of its charter, with certificate of organi zation. in compliance with the require ments of the insurance law aforesaid Now. Therefore, V, O. K. Stablein. Commissioner of Insurance of the State of Soutii Dakota, pursuant, to the pro visions of stid laws, do hereby certify that the above nr-uned company is fully emt'oworod. throuirh its authorized aprents, to transact its appronriate bus iness of Fire. Tornado and 1 lail Insur anco in this st:tl*. according to the laws thereof, until the last day of Feb ruary. A. 1"). 1915. In testimony whereof, I have here unlo set my hand and official seal at Pierre. 1914. (Seal) this First day of March, Ä. D. O. TC. RTABLKIN, Commissioner of Insurance. By F. C. MITELLRR, FROM ANNUAL STATEMENT Tear Ending December 31st, 1913. Of First National Life and Acci dent Insurance Company of Pierre, South Dakota. I- CAPITAL STOCK Capital paid up in caah 229,76fi.67 Ledger assets Dec. 31, '12. 537,531 28 Increase of capital 1,500.00 II. INCOME. rotal premium Income ...$ 140,704.45 Interest and rents 24.257.12 From all other sources 2,872.81 Total income 167,834.38 HI. DISBURSEMENTS. Paid losses and endow _.m,ent» 12,339.04 Dividends and other ben efits to policy holders 41,286.03 Paid stock holders 13,617.91 Commissions and agency expenses 31,769.85 Salaries, office expense & medical Ex fees 36,145.01 All other disbursements .. 11,377.20 Total disbursements .. .* 146,536.0« Balance f7$ 560,330.92 IV. LEDGER ASSETS. Real estate 40,000.00 Loans on resl estate .... 312,658.09 Premium notes 41.385.06 Policy loans 79,670.30 Ponds and stocks 9,600.00 Ca»h In office and banks 43,690.12 All other ledger assets 33,527.05 Total ledger assets ....) 564,130.62 NON-LBDOER ASSETS. interest and rents $ 16,227.48 uncollected bremiuana .... ««7 Gross assets .$ 86,195.94 Deduct assets not ed mltted 11,826.11 Total admitted assets .7$ 557.S69.il V. LIABILITIES. Wet reserre $ Slf.88T.S4 Amounts not yet due on 2.176.4S 1,600.06 ,—-----— .. 17.17S.61 Oapltal stock 229,781.«7 Dbsselrned funde(surplus) 11,410.88 Amounts not yet due on sup»lementa*r centraeU £*tel »oller olairae »ther liabilities .. Total liabilities ."7$ 557.S69.I2 BUSINESS IN SOUTH DAKOTA, 1913. Issued 1,177,445.00 g—• P»16 ..... .. 8,789.7» Premiums collected 116,11116 expenses during the year. TT,118.74 Ceepaer» CertlSeete of AiOwritj. Wi»reas, The First National Lite Aeelaeat Insurance Company, corpor Uloa organised under the laws of South Dakota, has filed In this office a sworn statement exhibiting Its condition and By'1?«?? ,or the year ending December lvll, conformable to tne reauire* i2?S$S tlLe 1,aw* thJe_?,*ee IÜ..eÄM?,r' of this state regu- Htlng the business of Insurance: uid. •WEeres». The Mid oompany has filed SL ft duly certified copy of w,tA certificate of organ- J55Ü*"» In compliance with the require» «•Its of the Insurance law aforesaid New. Therefore, I, O. K. StaMeln. Commissioner of Insurance of the state pursuant to the pro SS?»v 4 laws, do hereby certify that the above named company is fully throu^ Its authorised empowered, »«epiU. to tr«ji«aot Tu appropriate bus j»—* .ft L'fe hiiuranee In this etate, froeorjfaig to Ue law« thereof until the •M* *y of February, a. v.. 1S16. iMu™£e7 whereof"! hare here .«M offloial eeal at gJJ«' th,s *wl But «ay of Uareh, A. IX ORDINANCE NO. 58. An Ordinance Providing for the Inspection of Premises Within the Corporntc Limits for the Detectiou ot Fre Liuzardt Prohibited by Ordinauce. Be it ordained by the City Council ot the City of Sisseton. South Dakota: Section I. Tbsit pouce power is hereby granted to the Chief of Fire Department or .touie member appointed bv said Chief, and h»* Chiel of Polle", to enter premises otbtr 11an dwt-iliugh within iby corporate limits, tor the purpose of iiivesiitrivint: :ind inspecting the condition of said premises and directing the maintenance of same in conformity to ordinances. Section :J. It shall bo the duty of the Chief nt the Fire Department or one of the mem bers tuereof, or of ibu Chie/ of Police, to make systematic inspection at least once every three months of all parts of each bulla tnp. and inspect ton of alleys and rear ot* bt'i.idint monthly, within the tire limits pre scribed by ordinance, and of all premises, other than private UweiiLuirs, within the cor porate limits of the city, and to make a de tailed report of dangerous conditions and vio latlotis of ordinance discovered on such in spect inn to tht) City Council and sha'l forth with give notice thereof to the owners and oc curauts of premises, and said owners or oc cupants of premises of which complaint is made shall remove objocUonable conditions us indicated by notice from the Chief of Po lice. Chief of the Fire Department or his In spectors. within twenty-four (24) hours after receipt of such notice. Section 3. Failure to permit such an Inves tigation. or failure to comply with directions given by such officials iu accordance with ordinances shall be deemed a misdemeanor, and any person or persons guilty of such mis demeanor shall, upon conviction, be subject to tine of not less than Five Dollars ($T».00 nor more thau Twenty-live Dollars (SN.VV) for each olletise. SeiMion I. All ordinances or parts of or dinances hi conflict with th« fori, going are hereby repealed. Sevttou Ti. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force irom and after its passag». Passed first reading, June 1. 1914. Passed second reading, June 15,1914. Approved and adoped, June i:, |9U. Attest: J. C. KNAPP, CAHSTON EGGEN, Mayor. City auditor. (Seal) ORDINANCE NO. 57. Ati Ordinance Regulating the Burning of Refuse. Be it ordained, by tile City Council of tile Citv of Sisseton, South Dakota: Section I. It shtll be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to burn sweepings, trash lumber, leaves, straw or any other combustible material in any alley, street, yard or vacant lot. within the fire limits prescribed bv ordinance in the City of Sisseton. Section 2. This shall not prevent the burning of such sweepings, trash, lumber, leaves, straw or other combustible material in a refuse burner constructed and operated as provided for in this section. Such refuse burner shall be constructed of brick or metal in a substantial manner: if of metal, it shall be not less then No. 18 or 20 guage iron or steel: J6 inches or more in height, set on lour substantial legs, so as to raise it six inches from the ground: having a perforated, removable grate: loose fitting cover with hole in top, cov ered with one-quarter inch mesh wire. Where alley space is small, a large burner may be ar ranged as above, which will provide burning capacity for stores of several merchants, if of brick, it shall be constructed of vitrified paving brick of cistern top shape with opening in top, covered by oue-fourth inch wire screen mesh exterior, thoroughly cemented: bars of iron built across the base, six or eight inches from the ground. While refuse burner is in use, an attend shall be stationed thereby, and burner shall be located and operated under such rules and regu lations as may be established by the Chief of the fire Deprtment or Chief of Police. Section .i. Any person, firm or corporation lound guilty of violation of this ordinance shall be tilled not less than Hive Dollars ,$5.001, nor niore than Twenty-five Dollars i$_'5.00) for each ofTeuse. Section 4. All ordinances or parts of ordin ances in conflict with the foregoing are lierebv repealed. Section 5. This ordinance shall take effect and be force from and after its passage, at the ear liest period allowed by law. Passed first reading, June 1, 1914. Passed second reading, June 15, 1914. Approved and adopted June 15. 1914. At Chief Clerk. 40 J. C. KNAPP, CARSTON HOC.EN, Mayor City Auditor. (Seal) ORDINANCE NO. 62. An ordinance regulating the storage of gun powder and other high explosives. ße it ordained by tile City Council of the City of Sisseton. South Dakota: Section 1. It shall be unlawful to keep on hand in any store or building in the City of Sisseton more than fifty (50) pounds ot gun powder. said gunpowder to be kept in closed meial canisters within the store or wureroom away from all artificial light und heat Section 2. It shall be unlawful to store or keep any dynamite, nitroglycerin, giant powder, or other explosives other than gun powder in any storeroom, warehouse, build tng or on any premises within the tire limits of said city. Section a. It shall be permissible, however, to store and keep gunpowder in a metal magazine on wneels. which shall be labeled on top, sides and ends in red letters, powder and said magazine shall be kept outside the building on the sidewalk. Section 4. Any person, firm or corporation who shall sell or store gunpowder shall obtain a permit troin the Chief or the Fire Depait ment who shall inspect the place where- same is kept and the dealer shall fully disclose to said chief where same is kept in the day or night time. Section 5. Any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions of this ordin ance »hall be fined not less than Five Dol lars ($3.00) nor more than Twenty-Ave Dol lars (£25.00) for each offence, and each and every day that any ok the terms, condi tions or provisions of this ordinance are not complied with shall be considered a seperate offence. Section G. All ordinances or parts of or dinances in conflict with the foregoing are hereby repealed. Section 7. This ordinance shall take effect and tie in force from and after its passage. Passed first reading, June I. 1914. Passed second reading. June 15.1914 Approved and adopted, June 15,1914. Whereas, there Is clamed to be due and is due on said mortgage at the date hereof the •um vf Three Hundred Twelve Dollars and Nmty live cents (#312.95), and WLeivis, the power of sale In said mort gage 00L .-lined has become operative and no action or proceeding has been Instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt secured b.v said mortgage or any part thereof. Now, theiefore, notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale In said mortgage contained, and pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided the said mcrtg .ge will be foreclosed by a side of the premises described In and conveyed by said mortgage, namely all that tract or par cel ol land situated in the County of Roberta and State uf South Dakota described as fol- r— uoavnucu us lOl tows. to-wit: The Northeast Quarter (nel*), of Northeast Quaner (neU), of Section the zTi~. »'»»»«wwi» n*vuey«!. oi section Thirty (80), In Township One Hundred Twenty-seven (127), North of Ranee Flftv two (52), West of the Fifth Principal Merlal an, containing Forty acres more or less ac cording to the United States Government survey thereof, together with all the heredi taments and appurtenances thereunto be longing, which sale will be Jade by the sher iff of Itoberto county. South Dakota, at the front d«»r of the County Court House in the City of Sisseton, in the County of Robe» State of south Dakota on Monday the 87rh day of July, 1914, at one o'clock In the after noon of said day at public auction to satisfy the amount which will then be due on said mortgage and the debt secured thereby to gether with thr. statutory attorney fees in case ot toreclostjre and the costs and dlsburs ments aUowed by law, subject to redemption as provided by law. 0« 1914. fated at Sisseton, South Dakota, June 10, GUSTAV ELIASON, E. J. Turner, Mortgagee. Attorney for Mortgagee, SlsaetOB, South Dakota. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Default having been made In a certain mortgage containing a power of sale. made, executed and delivered by Marietta B. Ohau sse and F. D. Cliausse, her husband, of Sisse ton. South Dakota, mortgagors, to the Citizens National Bank of sisseton, So*tb Dakota, mortgagee, dated October 10 of J. C. KNAPP. Attest Mayor. Cars ton Eggan. City Auditor. (Seal) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Sale. Whereas, default has been made In the con dition« or a certain mortgage executed and delivered by Charles E. Bergstrom, mortgag or, to Gustav Eiiasou ot Montevideo, Minneso ta, mortgagee, dated on June, 2», 1910 and with power of sale therein contained, duly recorded in the office of the Register of Ueeds in and for the County ot Roberts and State of South Daaota, on the 7th day of Julv 1910, at 3:45 o'clock P. M. and recorded in Book "62" of Mortgages on Page "410", and 101» and duly recorded in the office of theKeelVt of Deeds of Roberts Coumy. South Dakot 1 the 27til day of December, 1912 at 'ter! o'clock and five minutes A. M. in Book r, nf Miirtgages on page 224 and describing tho following described premises, to-wit- T^t numbered live (5) of Itioek numbered Firtv eipht (58) and Lots numbered Eighteen ..mi Nineteen (18and 19) in blocu Forty threeU the City of Sisseton, County of Roberts and State of South Dakota, which mortgage waa gtveu to secure a certain promissor? nfi liated October 10.1912, and due April lo ioi^T for Two Thousand One Hundred («"Mooüui Dollars, with interest at eight per cent uer unuuni from date until maturity and twelve per cent thereafter until paid, and no part of said promissory note or interest has ever been paid except the sum of Three Hundred ($300.10 Dollars and interest paid thereon on the 15th day of January. 1913. That said mortgage further provides that the mortgagors agree to keep ihe building upon said premises safely insured for the benefit of the mortgagee in the sum of Four Thousand (ti40uti.00) Jjollars against loss by tire, and if the said mortgagors fait to pay the said insurance premium for the insur ance of said bitlluing, the said mortgagee may do so, and the amount so paid with ten per cent interest from date of payment shall be added to and deemed a part of the money secured by said mortgage. That there has been a default In the pay ment of the promissory note described and secured by said mortgage together with a part of the interest on t*aid prommissory note and the amount of the principal and interest due upon said promissory note at the date of this notice is Two Thousand One Hundred Thirteen ($2113,00) Dollars, ana the amount of insurance premium paid by the mortgagee under the terms and conditions of said mort gage is Thirty-three and 80-100 ($33.80* Dollars, and the total amount due ana owing the mortgagee as principal, interest and insur ance at the date of this notice is Two Thons and One Hnndred Forty-six (#2140.00) Dollars and no action has been Instituted at law to collect said debt or any portion thereof. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue ot the power of sale iu said mort gage contained, and of the statute in such made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed and the above described premises will be sold at public auction by the sheriff of Roberts County, South Dakota, at front door of the Court House in the City of Sisseton, in said county and state on the 29th day of June, 19U, at the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of thatday, for the pur pose ot satisfying said mortgage and the note secured thereby and interest ana accruing interest and attorneys fees and dlsbursments allowed by law. Dated May 11th, 1914. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK of öissetou, South Dakota. By J. W. Barrington, Its Attorney. (47-1) SUMMONS State of South Dakota, County of Roberts sa lu County Court, Fifth udlcitil Circuit Agnes E. Turner, Plaintiff. vs. John Rondell, as Administrator of the Estate of Ida Gray, deceased E. A. Schullian, Ad ministrator of the.Estate of Richard Kebble, deceased and the unknown heirs, devisees and legatees of Ida Gray, deceased and of Richard Kebble, deceased Samuel Gray, John B. Keboie. George Kebble, Lily Gray, Jona« Keeble, Ljdia Marks. Mable Kebbie, Helen Kebbie. Wallace Keebie. Jonn Rondell, Mary Campbell, Julia Owens, Esther LaBeau, Wintield Rondell, 1? elix Roudell. jennie Keb ble, James Keebie, David Keebie, Ella Ron dell, Kempter Mercantile Company a cor poration and all persons unknown, who have or claim to have any estate or interest iu or lien or incumbrance upon the premises des cribed iu the complaint. Defendants. The State ot' South Dakota to ttie above named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiif in the above entitled action, which was filed in the oiBce of the Clerk of the Cir cuit Court, in the City of SlsSeton, County of Roberts and State of South Dakota, on the 13th day of April, 1914, and which prays for judgment quieting title to and the deter mination ot all adverse claims and liens and incumbrances against the premises des cribed iu the complaint and situated in said Roberts County and being the Southwest Quarter (swvi,) or the Northwest Quarter (nwJ4), and the Northwest Quarter (nwv4), Dated April 13,1914. 0 the southwest Quarter »wM), of Section Fourteen (14), in Township one Hundred Twenty-seven (127). Range Fifty-two (52), West ot the Fifth Principal Meridian and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint upon the undersigned at his office in the city ot Sisseton, South Dakota, within thirty days after the completed service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such ser vice and if you fail to answer said complaint within that time the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in the com plaint. E. J. TURNER and .). J. HATTEKTON, ... Attorneys for Plaintiff. The foregoing summons was published by 30 19U*'' *le at)uve uiUne May 1. 1914. Court dated April E.J. TURNER and .)• ATTERTON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, I County of Roberts. Inscthuet™nter ss °r,1lhe Estate°of"Caroline Schuetz, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Robert Miller the Executor of ihg Estate of Caroline Schuetz, deceased, of the County of Green and State of Wisconsin has filed with this Court a petition praying that, this Court make an order admitting to probate the proceed ing« had in the above entitled Estate in the County of Green and State of Wisconsin to probate in the County of Roberts and State «u Dakota and that said petition further prays that this Court admit the said prooate of said Estate In the County ofGreen Ü? ^iaie Wisconsin as the final probation of said Estate in the County of Roberts and State of South Dakota. And that there was also tiled with said petition a certified copy of the petion for letters testamentary, order flnS?!u Administrator, inventory and final decree on said Estate. Notice is hereby further given that the hearing or sajd petition will be held at the the County Judge in the City of Sis seton. County of Roberts and State of South Byof June, heSMd\t%aeid StfnCount°yU&?r,kOU' ne' 1914. at ten ii forenoon of said day. when any JJJ J"»?™011» ™*y appear before this Court and show cause*-if any tbey have whv said 'claims1'against"Vald t0 appear ttn1 be Dated this 88th day of May, 1914 H. M. KNIGHT, Attest: D. F. Stevens! 8 C°Un'y CO"rt" Clerk of County Court. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF AC COUNTS AND DI8BURSMENTS OF ESTATE. CoUntlr of sonnde!e^eder0rtbeesUte Roberte- of N"8 J' Lar" in^°«5i™,?^e/eby *l,en 'ha' Albert Hoksn "'«or of the estate of Nils J.: •nceyi presented to and filed nf .rt hls plnal Account and Report: on ot said estate and stat IK? .«?, ""at the said estate is ready for 2?_ "«lernen t, and that Tuesday, the 2Srt tho «ft at n?«.il^noo.n I the hour of 1 o'clock in ot Sf ®ald day, at the court rooms the 2r.n?S!!? f«YK City of Sisseton, County 01 South Dakota, has been 'he time and place for the set- sai Bnal account and report, and SS0 aal1 Petition for the distribu tion ot said estate. iR*iS"1.*1 Si*8eton, Sooth Dakota, this 9th day of June, 1914. By the Court, »HON. H. M. KNIQHT, .. Judge of County Court. AtieSw -'X•' ''-J? ts and D. F, Stevens, Clerk of County Court. (51-52) SL 5Mv"'outi°n of this notice, to the said et t'f NOTICE TO CREDITORS. H. M. Hall, Deceased. 1? ^erel?y given by the undersigned Babcock, administrator of the estate Hall, deceased, to the creditors of all persons having claims against the exhibit them, with the v°u,chers. within four months after his office in' the First National-Bank building, 3n Sisseton, In the CSyn.t2.°.,,Rokf^'SontbDakota. (51-1) Dated May 22nd, 1914, 1 HOWARD BABCOCK, Administrator of Estate of ,,H. M. Hali Deceased.