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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, June 23, 1916, Image 6

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No Holes
To Dig
with
APEX
Steel Drive Posts
ClMPLY drive ihem Into place with a
lew strokes ol the maul or sledge
as you unload thorn from the wagon,
(.an you imagine anything eawerf
What could save yon more work or
muie time that you need for your croptf
You can save money« too, 8 to 10
rents on the setting of each post now,
•ltd more than that oo the upkeep dur
ing Ibe next 25 years. Ape* posts aie
much more economical than «ood
Other Big Gains
With steel potts yon can burn fence
fowa to destroy weeds and Insects.
Your stock and the galvanizing on
your fence are heiter protected from
lightning and electiic currents.
Remember that Apr* Steel Drive
Posts with a Gmund liar hase arc big,
«Irong, heavy gante imsis, with a
bearing anainst the ground which
mak« thrm fiim and substantial.
Do not accept mmaiioiit, but get the
Let us show you how to have better
lookln« and mote serviceable fvlu es by
building them the Apex Way
Lantpert Lumber Co.
Wm. F. Glasier, M. D.
Physician und Surgvon.
Officc Over Rexall Drug Store.
Phonc:OlTice 14ß, Rex. Ü0.r
Calls Answered Night or Dii.y
leave All Orders At Maldaners.
RUTHN HAY
Chiropractor
If you have tr ml EVERYTHING ,»,»«! IHIUMI
to floil IleaUU, try Chiropractor spinal)
•tijenltiientfl. »ml «ei well. Oftict Hi SwrU
end
1
*building. Hour«. Kteiyu. m. uno
I to 9 p. m.
HERMAN GROSS,D.V.M.
Graduate Veterinarian
Calls Answered Uay or Night
iMiono Ptiice aa
Ke». «ae
or Call
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
Dr. C. Williams
Graduate Veterinarian
Chicago Vet. Coll.
I89I
Otll«!e Phone 71 Kotildciice I'lione 27
Sieseton, S. D.
MURRAY
DB1T& TEAM WORK
NO- 91.
SISSETON «=5
4 nal Klaxon for four dollars! Klaxon
bote. Klaxon Quality, Klaxon Per
manent Guarantee. It is the
Opewe» on an entirely novel
principle. The plunger is very
•hott. A slight push gets imme
diate response end» very loud
4
Klaxon* 7.50 to $30
an med»
only by the
LaVell-McConnell M%. Co.,
Nwe*.N.J, Like eft mndetd
edd* *iy are widely Muled,
to be eutw. fiad die Klatm
,700000 mm imam
2Ä*
Want Nitrate Plant In S. D.
l'ierrc— The passage of tin
great vr army hill which places
twenty million dollars in the hands
of the president for the location
and development of a government
nitrate plant is of first interest in
South Dakota und a strong move
ment is being magutated to pre
sent to the president through our
congreishional delegation the ad
vantages of the Little liend power
site for such development.
The Westing house people who
made an examination ot Little
Bend ill 1911 reported that a torty
five foot head is possible there,
which from„the average flow of the
Missouri, will produce 100,000
horse power, counting 85 per
cent'of the efficiency of the tur
bines.
Tlit force of the state engineer's
office is formulating the material
as rapidly as possible for the pre
sentation of the project to the
president.
It is understood the president
will place the matter of location
in the hands of a board of army
engineers and will be entirely
guided by the judgement of such
board free from political influence,
and in that case Little Bend will
have a tremendous advantage.
ELECTRICITY MASTERS
THE MOUNTAIN BARRIERS
One of the most stupendous
problems ot western railroading
has been the mountains. To lift
the tremendous tonnage of the
transcontinental a
the mile-in-the-air crests of the
mountains is a Herculean task
under the most favorable conditions
and when snow fills the passes, and
cold heleagues the fire boxes of
the steam locomotive, the diffi
culties of mountain operation be
come well-nigh insuperable.
Remarkable, therefore, was the
recent record of one of the "Mil
waukee's" new Electric. Locomo
tives, pulling the all-steel ''Olym
pian" over the liockies—receiving
the train at Deer Lodge, Montana,
fort.v-five minutes late, and having
to traverse the mile-high pass of
the Great Continental Divide in
the dead of winter, it made up the
lost time ill the run of 115 miles
and arrived at Three Forks, Mon
tana, on scheduled time,
The astounding record shows
that the Elect!ic Locomotive has
proved itself "Master of the Moun
tain Barriers." Fed with the
tiemendous energy to the mountain
streams, making an alley of the
NOTlCV OV MOR'lV.AC.K FORKCI.OSVRK.
IJvfmill ImviitK been made in the conditions of
that certain itiortuagc uiven by C. K. Anderem
and Antut Anderson his wife, morluiwors to
A. T- Cooper of XVchstcr, Dny County, South
Pakot«. morlgnncc, dated the 17th day of Mnrch
1913» find recorded iu the vlt'itx* vf the Registiv of
Deeds of Roberts County South Dakota, on the
Jlst dny of .March 19U at one thirty o'clock I». M.
of said day in t»ook "75" of mortuayes on pane
.ASS and upon which mortgntie there is dueat the
date of Uli« notice the sum of two thousand nine
hundred mid thirty dollars t2930) which mort
tfftKC covers the following descrilwd premises,
situated iu Rotierts County, South Dakota, to
wit: Lot« Six (6), eiitht t8». ten (10, and eleven,
(11), of block one(l). and lot five IS) in block
six (6) una lots two (J), three (31, four 4), five
(5), ten tlU), eleven (II), und twelve (12) of block
two (2), and lots three (31, four (4), and five (51
of block five, and lot one 111, of block four (4),
and lots two 1'J),four 141, six (it), eight
Said mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of
the atKwe descrilwtl properly at public auction
to satisfy said mortgage debt and the costs of
foreclosure on Saturday, the 22nd day of July
W16. at 2 o'clock V. M. of said day at the front
door of the Court House in the City of Sissetmi
Rol»erts County. South Dakota by the sheriff of
said County or his deputy.
Dated. June 5th. 191fr. A T. Cot)per.
IMtter Potter Mortgagee
Webster, S. !., Attys. for Mortgagee.
(51-5)
Default having been made in the condition
Now Notice is Hereby Given. That by virtue
of «aid power of sale in saidmortgtige contained,
said mortgage will be foreclosed and the pre
mises sold at public auction by the sheriff of
saM Roberta County or bis deputy, on Saturday
the 29th day of July, 1916, at ten clock in the
forenoon at the front door of the Post Office, in
thp'fncorporated town of White Rock in said
Roberts Coonty, South Dakota, to pay the said
deht.:lotetest,'attorney's fees and disbursements
Allowed by law.
Dated June
6th,
1916*
T:. ••T'-..
v•.
*..i, ifi#
cold weather which aids in keeping
the motor cool, it penetrates the
snowdrifts with comparative ease
hauls heavier loads with greater
dispatch and a pronounced saving
in cost, and opens a new world of
delights to the traveler.
On your next trip to the Pacific
North Coast, take either of the
superb all-steel trains, "The Olym
pian", or "The Columbian" over
April
Allotment
No,
U$
1051
8.
ten
10,
and twelve 12. of block seven 7. all in the
orißtial Towttsite of Anderson, and Lots twelve
12. liftecn 15, seventeen 17. nineteen I«) twentv 20,
tweutyone (21»twenty-two I 2) and twenty-three
(23) of block one and lot twenty-four 124J of
block six V'1 all in the first addition to Anderson
according to the recorded plat which default
consists i" a failure to pay the mortgage debt.
Allotment
No,
»49
10«?
491
1003
1146
l! Frank Jewell,
1
"h/ui I
mm
To i«h on hand in Oenrral Fund
To cash on haim in Water Fund
To cash on hauti in Sinking Kumt
To cash mi hand in .-«ewvr Fuml
To cii.sh on hand in Library Kund
lice, from mtvrc.st
vn
May
y'l
.1!
hi
ill
.1
11
Allotment
No.
Niime of Allottee
a::»
Alice nvMiirrius
THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD.
rn.SBUIt.SKMl
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. I
Paul Railway and enjoy the ad
vantages of electric travel, com
bined with unsurpassed scenery
and service.
For literature and full informa
tion, apply to local ticket agent of
this railway.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Morril of Mil
bank are guests at the H. A. Mor
ril home in Sissetoti this week.
Monthly Statement
of E. 0. GAMM, City Treasurer, for Month of May, 1916.
UKciciris
N
l'.ud from (.Jencal Kund
I'aid from Water Fund
V.tld from Lihrarv Kuml
uxh on hand in Ii «Nieral Fund
('ash on hand in Water Fn.id
fash on hand In Sinking Fund ...
'ash on hand in «*wer Fund
('ash hand in Library Fund
:u
:ti
Cash on hand in all funus
Sale of Indian Lands.
nfipartrnent. of the Interior, United St.iLUts Indian Service.
Sisseton Indian School, Sissetou, S. I).
I nder the rules and regulations approved by the Secretary of the Interio
October 1'J. 11)10. the following described land is offered for sale to the highest
bidder under sealed I »ids on the dates mentioned. Bids will be received at the
oHice of Hie superintendent ai Kisseum Agency, Sisseton, S. D. until o'clock
p. in. of he day of sale, at which hour they will be opened.
Knch bid Must, lie ncconmanicd by a duly Certified Check on some sol yen
bank, payable to the order of 10.0.Mossnian, superintendem, for ten per cent of
ihc amount allured its a jjiiiiranly of the bidder's faithful performance of his
proposition. If the bid shall be accepted and the successful bidder shall with
in thirty days alter due notice fail to comply with the terms of his bid, such
check shall lie forfeited to the owner of said Hind, less the cost, of advertising,
elc. A11 such bids shall be inclosed in a sealed envelope, which must be mark
ed by the bidder,
S70 Xavlur Wanna ... sev^ of nw 13. 121» n. 52 w. 5 p. tn. 40 soo
ItMtt ICsau Ajijl ... ne', of nw.y 511, 12' n. r5i w. 5Ui p. m.
(Leaso expires 1U-I-IK) 40^ ^i l)f:o
S-.2 Mvlvitia \V'»nna .... 11 of nwi4 13. I2» n, 52 w, 5th in. 40.MN oo
:ir. John Moran .... sH of ne'4 12. 1159 11, 52 xv. 5t p. tn. 80 4000
42« obeil Wiisoti nw', of neU 32. 127 n. 5H 5th p. in. 10 1S(K
124U Mar«unt Lorigie KC» of nw*, 9 I. 121» 11. 54 w, 6th p. m. 10 1800
NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD ON DEFERRED
PAYMENT PLAN.
Listed for sale June 12, 1916. 15ils to be opened Aug. 22, 1916.
Name of Allottee Description of Land Acres
WansUo or Sophlv Adams nwy, of s:
4
Name of Allottee
Mivhacl Vaul
»25
Norman or Newman
Hoop
Charlts I,a Bolle
102K
.'47
I2W
Joseph H. Hvglnu..
477
Agnes Kzeklel or
Agnes K. Wind
.John Derby or
Kiyotungtmml
Kdawin or
Mr#. Lovejoy
mv
I0S5
XOTICK OF fllMORTGACK FORKCI.OSVRK
SALK
7 IK)
of
a certain mortgage containing a power of sale,
dated March 1st, 1914, and duly recorded in the
office of the Register of Deeds of Roberts County,
South Dakota, on April 1st, A. D. 1914, at two
o,clock and tifty five mimites P. M., in llook 79
of mortgages on page 339. whereby K. 1«. Clark
and Delia J. Clark, hi# wife, mortgagors, mort
gaged to Prank Jewell, whose Post Office ad
dress is Rockford, Iowa, mortgaging: the North
west Quarter (NWM) of Section Four (4i in
Townsliip One hundred twenty eight (128) North,
of Range Forty eight (48) Went of the Fifth
Principal Meridian, in the old Township of
White Rock, in Roberts County, South Dakota,
by which default said power of sale has be
come operative, and no action or proceeding at
law having berö instituted to recover the debt
hereby secured or any part of it aud that said
Frank Jewell is now the owner and holder of
said mortgage and whereas there is claimed to
be due on said mortgage aud the debt thereby
secured, and ia actually due thereon at the date
of thin notice, the sum of Three thousand six
38-lOUO (|3"06j38i Dollars, principal and interest:
:ttil
9fi0
810
c'.
Snruh Good
boy
2HV IS
rV 41
uti 4-^1 41)
Bids for Indian land to be opened (here show the date ot
opening)" but. the description of the land must not be noted on the envelope.
No bidder will be permitted to include more than one allotment in any hid.
If a prospective purchaser desires to hid on inor than one allotment, he must
submit a separate bid for each allotment he desires to purchase, and if he
wishes less than an entire allotment, he must submit a bid for one or more
letfiil subdivisions of such allotment.
Under no circumstances will the Superintendent or otheroilicers in charge
or any person connected with an agency ollice or he Indian Service.be permit
led to bid or to make or prepare any bid or assist any prospective bidder is
preparing his bid.
The right to reject any or all bids is reserved.
Bidders, owners and other interested »ei sons may be present when the bids
arc opened.
i'urchaser shall pay all costs of conveyancing, and. in addition, the follow
ing sums, tu» it: If the purchase price is «1000.00 or less, $1.50 if it be more than
•iUOOO.OO and not more than $2000.00, $2 00 if the purchase price is more than
*2000.00, #2.50, these to be used in payment of advertising the lands.
No bids for less than the appraised value will be considered.
J^and sold in accordance with the provisiensof these regulations will be con
veyed direct to the purchaser by PATENT iN FUE SIMPLKfrom the United
States.
All tha following described land will be sold for CA si I unless otherwise
stated. All sales subject, to a prior lease. Dates of expiration of leases will
be shown opposite description of leased tracts advertised.
Kor further information apply in person or by letter to the undersigned.
E. D. MOSSMAN, Supt. and 8. D. Asient.
sisseton, S. D.
NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD FOR CASH
Listed for sale June 12, 1910. Bids to be opened Aug.22, 1910.
Description ot land
777 .Mury Simon V. u.. of at»tf. S. 20 und
4SI Mary \V»i*on 11»- of nw
.': Lot 4 and sw^ of nw^ s. T. i:m H.
MID 48
"7-1 21»
rt si H:I
nmw liwsÄ :»u
H9-I iu
Ihl II l.Ul *»3
'Vln '.«fi
12.*.* 4 84 Jl :t
7.11" |s Til 111 IS
m,Wi
If) In
H»«.Vi IlitJ.V2 fiV
Itespect fully suhmtuvii.
t'. HAMM. Cltv Ttf .«Mirer
AppO
Val
AppO
Val
A«.-res
w, ,Hh P. M. (Louse expires lu-MV.) 5f 74 2200 1»
1
/. of nu S. 37,.
157 Ii.. Ii. 53 w, r»t|» 1». M. too 3200
417 Kita Kclix .... hut I, 121 n. 54 w, 5th 40 77 ItiOO
I2.VI CanUlxottiwln ... sw of iie5 34. 12-' n. 52 5th P.M. 41) 800
17*. Mury Stivphvnl .. wt{ of ne'V 13. 125 n, 52 5th p. m. 40 .soo
11U7 Mnry {'urnibrl
1,. n'n of 11WV4 2". 125 n. 7,2 5th p. tn
Hil L.'.iisv expires 10-1-18) so 1600
Va
S. 32. T. 127 li.51 w. 5th l\ M. •,'KI. 0
52 5th !. ui 80 1G00
Idoyahdinajinwin ttw^sST», 124 n. rö2 .r»Ui u. Jtirt 24'JO
I'asu nw of Belaud ne^ ot sw '4, et IU, 112S n.
48 w. 5
th p. 80-Hb/ 24HO
Sophia Dick nl4 of sey» and w4 of tiei^ M. 137 n.
53 w, 5th v. Iü0 2UX)
INHERITED INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD FOR CASH
Listed for sale June 12, 1916. Bids to be opened Aug. 22, 1916.
Description of Lund Acres Val
swJ4 of so'4* Ii. 4 of nwK 12, and nw\i
of netf u, 127 u, K! w. ruh p. ni... itto 4400
s\v% of so4 it and nw?* of ne^ :!!,
127 n, r4 w,
r»th
p. iu 80 2000
.. «V& of stt-i and wt« o? sc.N 31, 1211 n.
.VI w. fith p. m.. 160 7200
Lot .'I and of nwl£. nw'{ of sc' and
ncij of swK I2t» n, :«i w. :»tli p. m. 150 60
8CH' Of no*» 1. 124 u, r. f2 5tli p. tu.
40 600
ne*4 of sw.v 81. t. 12« n. '»1 w,'» p. m. V:
40
of tiw?4 und ito^ of sw^ »nd nw
Mary LaHetlc wViof sw.V, S. 14, and 8»^ of neji and
iteH of KeX 15. 188 n, 54 w. 5th p. m. 1Ü0 4800
Lillian JUgg wV4 of nand se% ot nw« of 24.1125
n, 51 w, 5th p. m.( Lease expire« 101.16) 120
John Ortlty e»tf of
hwM
Ipatannalln ne% of
Allotment
No.
TIS
Owner of aaid mortgage.
MeweliM. Lowell, -.vv.e
Attotaar for Mortgagee.
.» v.
3. 1180 52 w.
Angle LaBelie Ortley KWM of seU of a 16 and nw«i Of ne Seli
of nwH and 116*4 of swM 8 2i. 1128 n. 54
w,
8th
p.
Marth* Bitttire. or Makao- Lot 2. 3, 1124 n, 52 and awg of
homnthiyayewin ae} ani e4 of ewtf, at. (125 n. r52w5th
P.
SS Mary Harri» or ewjk of ne)« 5, 1124r R» w,
n«H
Wal»ce Tit««ka
96»
Wlllt&m Campbell
*15 Ellen lyarpe»».
a
Same of Allottee
1
VJ00
1
,' of
...V..V.....SCV 31, 112-1 n. rri2 5th p. m. iLease
expire» 10 1-17) 11K. 4800
of nwM 11 and s4 of swU HÜ, I 123 n.
r:»2 w.rtti P. 100 3200
AinpaUutawtn no^ of sw s. 18. 124 II. r52 w. 5tb p. ui.
(Leaseexplrts I0-1-Irt) 40 |200
Onmetuwln swtf 27, 122 n. r»2 5th p. in iW .: 0IC0
Julia Fuslbear Lot«* 3 and 4 und of nwjf a 2.1127 n.
rf2 w, 5th z». ui. 152 40 7640
Mt». Odus. or Wamduak- I^ot No. 1. and of neW.« 1 124 n,
akoyaUewin 5, w, 5 p. m. (Lease expires 10-1-18) 79 77 3*88
p. m. 80
of and uej of of 8 28.
122 u, 58 fith p.
7,1184o. so
of ne* a 7.1134 n,
Lot I ai»l iu nf sIS.t llgn. rU w, __
»»»». I# 81
_L«U So«. I end S. and «H of neX, I. I
1*8 n, 54 w, 5th p. m....
NOTIC1- FOR I'L'HLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
V. S. Land Office at l'ierre. S. D. May 3tst 1916.
Notice IS hereby Riven that Nils Jacobsen
I.andro, of Ivlen, S. D. who on December 7. l'lu
made Vierre EfIC uLri_'5. (formerly Timlier I.akv
|V75 for NMk of the NXVli of Section .1,
Townshiii 1J5 North. Range 55 West. 5th
I
I
Meridian. (Si-.M-ton »S: \Vaht»etoti Indian
Lands has filed notice ot intention to make
Final five year I'roof to establish claim to the
and above described, before II. Knitfht, V
K. Commissioner, at Siiscton, S. on the 15th
day of July ivlti.
Claimant names n.s Witnes.se
Ole S, Sk jon-berg of Kden, S. 1
l'eder S. Skjoiisl»ery do
Charles Miller do v'
John Storli of Rn-lyn, S. I)
i: KclU\
Iteifister.
NOTICJ-: OK TIMI-: Al'l'OINTliD FOR l'ROV
INC, WIM.. J5TC.
State of Smitli Dakota. County of Robetrs ss.
In County Court.
In The Matter Of The Instate Of Andrew D
Watson, Deceased. -i
Tlie State of South Dakota semis (ireetiny to
Alfred Watson. Vancouver. It. Klizalieth Cun
ninuhain, Oriliia, ont. Can., ",. Wat-ou. oril
lia. Out. Can., Anne Bingham, orillia. Out. Can
K. J, Watson. Kiudersley, Sask. Can., Andrew
Watson. Medicine Hat, Can,, and William Wat
son, Oriliia,Out. Can., heirs, next of kin of An
drew D. Watson, Deceased-
Pursuant to an order of said Court, made on
the 14th day of June A.D., Nlo, notice is hereby
given that Saturday, the 1st day of July. A. 1).,
I'll" at ten o'clock A M. of said day, at the Court
Room of said Court, at Sissetoti, in the County of
Roberts, South Dakota, have been appointed as
the time and place for provitiK the Will said
Andrew 1), Watson, Deceased, aud for hearing
the said petition for probate thereof ami the is
suance of Letters Testamentary therein, when
and where any person interested may appeal and
contest the siime
Dated at .""isseton, South Dakota, ihc Mill dav
of June A. D. Nlo.
By the Court:
Attest: II. Kuiuht.
K. Nelson. Judge of the County Court.
Clerk of the County Court.
ClitT I'lircell,
ortonville. Minn.
NOTlCi U1-' MOKTC.AC. ISA t.H.
Default having I nut mailt* iu thv voniiilions of
a certain niortnavf. cotitaininu a power of ale,
Which uiortuaue was thereafter and on the 5lh
tla.v ot Junt:, N15, tiuly assiuuvd iu writing., to
gether with the debt described therein, to Sadie
«.ordon of Minneapolis, Minnesota, which as
siiininent was recorded on the day of May.
V'l'i. in Rook of Mortwaircs on paüe 7S.
.That tin re has been a default in the pavment
öl' the promissory note described in and secur
ed bv said r.iotuane. together with the interest
on said promi-sory note, and the amount of
principal now due on said promissory note is
ive Hundred 155«'!!.'"« Dollars, and the amount
ot interest now due on said promissory note is
the sum of Two Hundred Five Dollars,
ami the amount of principal ami interest now
due at the date of this notice in Seven Hundred
Five and uo-1'M 157"5.in| Dollars, together with
taxes paid by the owner of said mortgage in the
sum of Two Hundred Forty-nine and S-Vl«*1
(5249.S4) Dollars, and the total amount due at
the date of this notice is according the terms
aud conditions of said promissory note and
inort«a»re is Nine Hundred Filty-four and s-l-iou
$'54.84) Doll it s. and no action has been institu
ted at law to collect said debt or nny j»oriion
thereof.
Now, Therefore, Notice is hereby given thai
by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage
contained and of the statute in such case made
and provided, the said mortgage will be fore
closed and the above described premises will be
sold at public auction by the sheriff of Roberts
County, South Dakota, at the front door of the
court house in the city of Sissetou in said coun
ty and state on the Mth day of July, 19U«. at one
o'clock in the afternoon of that day for the pur
pose of satisfying said mortgage, interest and
accruing interest and the statutory attorneys
fees ami disbursements al'owed by law.
Dated this 14th day of June, 1916.
Sadie Gordon,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
John I.. Minder. By J. XV. Harrington,
Sheriff of Roberts Co. Her Attorney.
Notice to Creditors
State of South Dakota- County of Rolx-rts
In County Court
In the Matter of the Fstate of Mary Dublin,
Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against the above estate to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, to Albert Dahlin,
ndniimstrntor of the above estate, at his place of
residence in Dry Wood I.ake Township, Robert*
County, South Dakota, within four months at,
the first publication of this notice.
First publication June 9, 19l».
Dated the 7th dav of June, I9U-.
Al.llKRT DA HI IN
App'ti
aud neof sv'f 2t, 1.'2f* n.
Va.
Administrator of tne l-.st.ite
Mary Dahlin. Kstatc.
J. W. Harrington.
Atty for Administrator.
DR. J. FJERESTAD
Chiropractor
For
wearer
r»i
2800
aeoo
r»th
ssoo
W
:eoo
156 9»
5th
p. in.... 40
800
w, Mh p.m 4» 3600
«o
5th
p.
INHERITED INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD ON DEFERRED
PAYMENT PLAN.
Listed for sale June 12,1916. Bids to be opened Aug. 22. 1916.
40 3800
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executed anil delivered by M. I' r.ordon and'
John «'.onion of Siesel on. loln.-ri- Votiniy, South 1
Dakota, inorluauoi, to Farmers St:tv Hank of
Si*setin. S- D.. ufrtua^ee. dated the 5th day of
Deeenthei. l'*ll. and duly recorded iu the office
ot the Keyisler oj Detrds of Roberts ouuiv,
South Dakota, on the 5th dny of December, 1911,
in Hook 74 of Mortgavvs on onye J15. and de-crib
in« the followiuy described premise-, to wit:
Tin* undivided intere-t of the mortuavors in the
South Half (S. '-2 I of Northeast yuartcr N. !•'.
U' of Section Vive (5) in Town-lup One iiuti
dred Twenty-live U5j Kan^v Fifty |5"| iu Rob
erts Conntv. South Dakota.
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Lady Attendant
Office over Red Cross Drug Store
I hone 254
Sisseton, S D.
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FJUOAC.WHY IS IT
THAT TOBACCO OC
HOT COMC UHDCA
TMT HMIOWAU
eveav FACTO at it UNOM
THE avaeavisiON OFTHT
UMITCP «TMTKS eOveaMMIHI
THAT mtuats
Fue
FOOD LAW
tlte hour of one o'clock iu the afternoon of said
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day for the purpose of satisfying said mortgage
I interest and accruing interest aud the statutory
attorneys fees and disbursements allowed by
law.
Dated this 12th day of May V16.
John I.. Minder Ira Bishop
Sheriff of ROIKTIS County Mortgagee.
W. L. Douglas ihou «ue made of the most carefully selected
leathers, after the latest models, in a well-equipped factory at
Brockton, Mass* under the direction and personal inspection
of a most perfect organization and the highest paid
skilled shoemakers all working with an honest
determination to make the best shoes in the world.
W. DOUGLAS $4.00 and $4.50 SHOES an
just as good for style, fit and wear as other
makes costing $6.00 to $7.00, the only percep
tible difference is the price.
W. L. DOUGLAS $3.S0 SHOES
hold their shape, fit better and
wear longer than other makes for
the price.
None genuine unless W. L. Douglas
name and the retail price is stamped
on the bottom.
STAVIO BROS* DEPT. STORE
ITS Fuarry.
J. W. llarrinuton.
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Work and driving horses for sale
at mv barn. Xvls Johnson. (tf
w.
$3.50 $4.00 & $4.50 SHOES
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
WEARING W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES
VALUE GUARANTEED
33 years W. L. Douglas name has stood
of the highest standard of quality for
price. His name and the retail price stamped
the bottom guarantees full value and protects
rer against high prices for inferior shoes.
the best knew* shoes in the world.
UNCI.* SAM
aooo WATCHMAN
HE average tobacco chewer's complaint is not lack
purity but too much sweetening that makes
him spit too much. Buy a 10c. pouch of W-B CUT
Chewing and give it the quality test. Here's tobacco
with a difference. Take only a small chew—it's rich
tobacco. Notice how the talt brings out the flavor
without grinding and so much spitting.
Dealers who believe you want quality carry W-B
CUT—10c a pouch.
If WETMAN-MUTON COMPANY, Si Um. Squn, Sew T«A Cty
JOHN M. SWANBERG.
Dealer in
Men's Women's and Childrern's
Dress and Work Shoes.
Up to date Repair Shop in connection.
SISSETON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
NOTK'K UK I'KOVINC Wli.l,.
Stale 'if Smith Dakota. County Roberts, SS.
In 'iitii^ Court Coi-rt. 1
in lit Maikr of the Mstateof I.uther S Brown.
Dei ased. I
Tit* Slate of South Dakota To the belt and
next of Uiu
ti
i.uther S. brown, deceased,
Pursuant to an Order of said Court- made May
l"th 1V1'- notice Is hereby uixen that June J7
I'ih'i at 11 o'clnek \. M. at the Court Room of
said Court, in the City of Sissetou. said Roberts
County, have been appointed as lite time and
place for proving the will of said I.uther
llrown. deceased, and for hearing the applica- I
tion fif Caroline II. Brown for the issuance to her
of Letters Testamentary thereon, when and
where any person interested may appear ami I
contest the saint.
tSKAI.) Witness Till- Honorable H. M.
Knight, Judge of ''ounty Court in and for said
County, and the seal of said Court this J'Hh day
ol,May A. D. l'flo. II. M. Knight.
Attest K. Nelson. Judtte,
Clerk.
NOTICK OV MORTGAC.H SAI.K.
Default having been made in the conditions
of :i certain mortgage, containing a power of
sale, executed and delivered by A. W. Bigger
staff of the county of Blue Karth and state of
Minnesota, mortuagor, to Ira I!i.-hop of Maple
ton, Minne.-ota, mortgagee, dated the day
of June IvlS, and duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Roberts County South
Dakota, on the 4th day of Auyu-t 1914 in Book
of Mortgages on pane 193, and describing the
following deserilt*d premises, to-wit: The
south Half of the Northeast Quarter IS. Iv of N.
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of section thirty l.-io township One
H'imired Twenty three (123) Ranne Vtfty-one
(51:. West in Roberts County S'utth Dakota.
There has been a default iu the payment of
the promissory note described iu and secured by
said mortL'auc, t«vcther with ll interest on
said promis-oty tu.»ie and the amount ol princi
pal now due on said promissory note is Two
Hundred Kiftv I •_'5-.uul Dollars ami the amount
of interest »lue on said promissory note is Twen
ty-eight and TMui! jjh.75 Dollars, and the
I amount of principal ami interest now due at the
•date of this notice is Two Hundred Seventy
eiuht and 75-lwt .?7S,251 Dollars according to
.tne term-- and condition- of said promissory
tto anil snortri'id no avttoti hr's been insti
tuteu at law to collect said debt or any portion
thereof.
I Now. Therefore. Notice is hereby given that
by virtue ol ihe power of sale in said mortnaue
contained ami ol the Statute in such case made
ami provided, the said morltiane will be t"e
closed ami the above described premises will
l*e sold at public auction by the Sherilf of Rob"
erls County, South Dakota, at the fr -nt door of
the court house in the city of Sissetou in said
county and state on thv 1st day of July, 19lf at
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aise
fc iieelrhy
children
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The Health of Your
Family
is surely of first importance,
and you should therefore
be
very careful of that main ar
ticle offoöd, the bread.
the bread is made wi
Sisseton Best Flaur
by an experienced cook you
negd have no fear of the re
sults on the hcrilth of the
children, for it has been prov
ed to be the finest anb health
iest Hour milled. Don't be
induced to buy something
"just as good".
Sissetion Milling Co.
Vaage & Judkins
SISSETON, SO. DAK.
Estraycd
Came to my place on Section
28 in Fionyr Hollow township, 4
calves. Owner may have same
by proving property anil paying
for cost of keep. C. A.Sorenson.
FOR MEN
w.
t. DOUGLAS WAS
PUT TO WORK PECO
INGSHOtS AT SEVEN
YEARS or AOE.
HE
BEGAN MANUFAC
TURING IN 1ST«,AND
IS NOW THE IARO
EST MAKER
OF Sa.00
83 60 AND S4.00
•Hoes I N E
WORLD.
BOYS'SHOES
Beit in the World
Catalog free.
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Douglas
Brockum
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