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Bunde BATTERTON & BUNDE LAWYERS Sisseton, S.Dakota HOWARD BABCOCK LAWYER. Sisseton, S.Dakota E. J. TURNER LAWYER. Sisseton, S. Dakota J. W. BARR NCTON LAWYER. Sisseton, S. Dakota c. R. J0R6ENS0N State's Attorney for Roberts County Sisseton, S. D. Thos. Mani Attorney-et-Low Sisseton, S. Dakota FRANK R. MEHNA LAWYER Sisseton, Dakota J. 0. ANDREWS Attorney-at-Law Sisseton, S. Dakota O. K. LIKX Lands, Loans and INSURANCE anSBTON. S.D. O. MURRAY MUT ITEM WOBI iiMi M» Hi NOTICE M- MOKR AF.J- SAI.K. I Iirtva-, hii.i hvvii made in Uic v»it hliuii-i M| a ri iiiiit IIHU'IUZIW. IT I'D a friend cnclosu your pot rait. It's the ideal remembcr ence because it's tlie next best thing to zi visit. vmitainiiiy FT !VV |in\v- o| ile, rvivutvd zmd dvli*urvd hy ,-\ugut I f.u-oti uul llfii-u I,hi .-fni hi- '.v it*, i* :'i.rt'.r:i to vlliniiVu' m«i itl i. m.-i IMIV.1 Inly J... MJ, jiütl v.irdi.t in thv olücc ut lh« Ki vNu of 1 ict il of Kotiert i1111 v. 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Twenty «au an.I SI-Ji.mi hillai (jl.'Jl.M I, ami that in» action oi proci ilnii-, at law, or oihrrwir ha I a InjreloM ~ail nmrtuam-. Now. I liri'rloi r. Nitice i- herel\ uiven that I sail! niorl« twc will foucloM il hv the-air of thr i« ill e-lale iu -aid mortv aue and nhovv do «•I ihcl. al lail.iu auction to thr hinhe-l hiddcr hü' i-ii.-h. liv lh-' Sln iii i| Kohei t-L'ounl v. iuth 1 I nknl on Salurd the -th i!n of April, l"h,. at I two *|o'k in Ihe alteriKxin of ,aid «lav at tin. I tront do«u of the Court ll«ui-e. in the ily of Sis-vtoii. K«ilrrt Conuty. South Dakota, to ati:«lv situl im1e1ivlm- of One Thonanl Two Hundred Twents -oneami M-Ino I fo||at. 45U.M-S4) wiih accrn, inu iutcrr.-t, ami aitm ney' li es allowed hv law. and co^t^ of foreclosure. Dat«-«l l-ehi iiarv IMt. A Kl.OTTA VANN ATTA Owner of -aid Mortvaise. Itatterton X: Kunde. Sts-ct«»n. South Dakota, Attonie.v- for Owner. f.v,-tj' 1'KTITION TO SKLI. Rl'AI. V:STATI-:. State oi South Dakota. County of Marshall. In County Comt. I Iu the Malier of I he estate of Josephine Norhv, Deceased. It appearing to the court hy the petition of Walter Norhy udmini.strator of said estate of •Insephiiii Norh.\', filed this «lay, that it is neces sary to sell some portion of the real estate IK.* loiil'ttiu to saitl estate of decedent lo pity the debts against said estate, the expenses of administra tion: It is ordered that all persons interested in said estate appear before this court at the office of the County Judge the City of Ih ittou. said county and state on Saturdaj the tirst day of April VMft at the hour of one o'clock in the afteriKxm of said day to show cause why an or der should not be made and «runted authovizinif said administrator to sell so much of said real estate as may lie necessary: and it is further ordered that notice of said hearing le given hy publication of this order in the Marshall County Journal, a weekly newspaper printed in the City of Hritton. Marshall County. South Dakota, and in the Stnndnrd. a weekly newsnnper pub lished in the City of Sisseton. Rolierts County, South Dakota tor four successive weeks next prior to said hearing and that a copy of this order le served upon all persons interested in said estate residing in South Dakota ten days next prior to said hearing. The real estate to te sold is descriled as follows: I.ot five In section thirteen, lot five the north west quarter of the southwest quarter andthe south half of the south west quarter of section twelve, in town ship 126 N. of Range 50 W. ofthe 5th V. M.. Rob erts County. S. D. Dated February 24th, 1916. R. D. Carder, Attest: County Judge. Kdwin Heitize, Clerk. (37-4U1 NOTICK OK SALE OF RKAI. KSTATK. In the matter of the Estate of Henry G. never, Deceased. WHEREAS. An order of the County Court of Rolterts County, South Dakota, was made on the 24th day of February, 1916, directing XV. H. nev er, as administrator of the estate of the above named Henry G. Never, deceased, to sell at pri vate sale certain real estate, the property of the deceased. NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of said order of sale the undersigned will, on and after the 28th day of March: 1916. sell at private sale to the highest bidder the real estate in said order of sale described, towit: All of l.ot One (1) of Section Two (21 in Township One hundred twenty-four (124) North of Range Fifty (50) All of Lots Three (3' and Four (4land the Northeast quarter of the Southwest quarter of Section Thirty-five (35) in Township One hundred twenty five U2M North of Range Fifty (50): and all of Lots One (1), Two (2) and Three (3 of Section Thirteen (l.V in Township One hundred twentv* four (124) North of Range Fifty 150', all West of the Fifth l5th' Principal Meridian, being three hundred nineteen and eiglity-one hundreds (3W.80 acres, more or less. THE TERMS OF SALE upon which this property will be sold are as follows: CASH IN HAND Ul'ON DELIVERY OF DEED OF CON VEYANCE. Said real estate' witftie offered for sale at the office of A. M. Knight & Son, in the City of Sisseton, in said County and bids in writing received at said place directed to the said Ad ministrator. w. u. NEVER. Administrator of the Estate of tleurv *,. Never, Deceased. (37-40) NOTICE OF PETITION FOR VOLUNTARY DISSOLUTION. State of South Dakota. County of Kolierts. ss In Circuit Court- Fifth Judicial Circuit. In the matter of the Voluntary Dissolution of First Savings and Trust Company at Sisseton. S D. Notice is hereby given that the First Savings and Trust «'onipany did, on the 6th day of March. 1916. file in the Circuit Court in and for Roberts. County, South Dakota, iH-lition ting forth that all liabilities, claims and demands of said corporation have I wen paid and discharg ed in full and that said corporation has tlulv voted to go into voluntary dissolution: and that unless objections are filed to said petition on or bt'forc the 2lst day of April, M6, the said First Savings and Trust Company will make ap plication to the Court fur an Order and Judg ment, and an Order and Judgment, will be made by the Court dissolving said corporation and granting relict prayed for in said petition. Dated at Sisseton. S. I».. March 9th. 1916. THE FIRST SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY. liy J. A. RICHERT. IS"«' President. S. K. OLHERG, NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED PROVE WILL. State of South Dakota, In County Court. In the Matter of the Estate of George S. Smith Deceased. The State of South Dakota, To the heirs and next of km of George S. Smith, deceased: Pursuant to the order of said ourt made 1916, Notice is hereby given, that Feb. 29th. 1916, at II clock A. M. at the Court Room of saitl Court at the City of Sisseton, said Rolwrts Count, have been appointed as the lime and place for prov ing the will of George S, Smith, deceased and lor hearing the application of Charles ». Smith for appointment as Executor thereunder and issuance to him of letters Testamentary .--when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Witness the Hon. H. M. Knight. Judge of said c?»,nt.y LourV 5"d the seal thereof, this 29th duv of February 1916, .. H. M. Knight, K. Nelson, Clerk. V'-i" -/A (37-40) SAI.lt AND MSASHlNOTICK. Notice in hereby given that on April 15.1916 a wie of Common School I^ud. will he held in 5^2*» County. The lands «elected wilt be offeredfor sale at public auction between the of Wo clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m„ at the c^urt horn in iw mnty "andS, "April' 17. »he unsold Common School Land«! offered for lease at frablic auction between the hour* of to o'clock ». 5 clock p. m. at the court houae In «aid 4 «I Pierre. 8. v.. January 20,1916. ^Cjoamiaaiaacr of 8choS«5^hKl*i5iid». A tilS Next week's offer NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ESTATE OF Hilda Chell, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Hilda Chell. de ceased. to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at Law Offices of Itatterton & Hunde in the City of Sisseton. in the County of Roberts, South Dakota. Dated March is. 1916- County of Roterts. SS TIL SISSKTON W I STANDARD I* is W. E. Bollenbeck, Sisseton E. E. Remund, Wilmot Wilmot Mercantile Co., GEORGE CHELL. Administrator of the Estate (40-4.*) .. of Hilda Chell, Decease«!. N0TICH01-" IIKAK1NG I'KTITION I'ok I.I' I' TKKSOH AUMISTKATION. State of South Dakota, County of Rotwrts, SS. In County Court. In the Matter of the Estate of K. L. Melaml, Deceased. The State of South Dakota sends Greeting to John Melnud, Carrie Twitero. and Lena M. Hadley, heirs at law and next of kin of K. L. Melatid deceased, and to all whom these pres ents may come. Notice is hereby given that John Mcllaud has filed with the Judge of this Court, a petition praying for Letters of Administration of the »täte of K. L. Melatid, deceased and that Mon day the 10 day of April. 1916 at 10 o'clock A. M.. of «aid day, being a regular term of this Court to wit of the April term, 1916 at the City of ^itiscton. in the County of Robert* lias been set for hearing said petition, when and where any lcrsoii interested may appear and show cause why the said petition should not be granted. Dated nt Sisseton. S. D. this 17th day of March A. D., 1916. H.M. Knight. Judge of the County Court. Attewt: K. Nelson, Clerk. K. J. Turner. (40-43* Atty. for Petitioner Farms to Sell or Reel 158 A, sec. 8,T. 125, R. 51 and 160 acres, sec. 18, T. 127, R. 51. 90 acres has been in crop on each. Walter Steers, Browns Valley, Minn. (38-40) Hi«*»1 I imi Due to the wonderful popularity and insistent demand from thousands of Quaker Oats users, we have decided to again make a Special Cooker Offer. ^1/e have supplied perfect double Cookers to over 700,000 homes, to maice Quaker Oats more delight,'..-L They are made to our order to bring out the fullness of the ii.-vo. and aroma. Guch a CooKer as this, if sold at retail, would cost more than most homes vvould pay. But our purpose requires it in every home where Quaker Oats are used, so we ourselves supply it. Our purpose is this: To create more Quaker Oats users, by making this the best-loved morning dish To this end, we use queen grains only in this brand—just the big, plump grains. We get but ten pounds per bushel. That means that two-thirds of the oats as they come to us are discarded in making Quaker Oats. The result is large, luscious flakes. They make this dish doubly-delicious. Yet they cost you no extra price. this: Send us five trademarks- ic -the turc of the Quaker—cut from the fronts of five Quaker Oats packiiges, standard size, or two from the large size. Send with them only 50 cent«, check or money order preferred, and we will send the Cooker by parcel post prepaid. For one week—for next week—we cut the payment in two. For 50c you get this big Aluminum Cooker. But this offer will A MERCILESS JUDGE One Who Shows No Favor. A merciless judge is Father Time. Before him the weak and the wanting go to the wall. Only the truth can stand. For years the following statement from a Webster resident has withstood this sternest of all tests. Mrs. Fred Hubsch, Webster, S, D., says: "I suffered from terri ble pains in my back, due to dis ordered kidneys. Mornings I couldn't straighten my back with out pain. Doan's Kidney Pills strengthened my kidneys and in a short time cured the backache. I could then get around as easily as ever." (Statement given October 12th, 1910.) OVER TWO YEARS LATER. Mrs. Hubsch said: "I haven't had the slightest sign of kidney trouble since Doan's Kidney Pills cured me. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Fred Hubsch has twice publicly recommended. Foster Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N.Y .... 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