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He Holes
Tt Dig
with
APEX
Steel Drive Posts
ClMPLY drive ihem Inlo place with
lew strokes of the maul 01 sledge
aiyoo unload Ihvm fiorn the wagon. jfl
Cao you imagine anything easieif
Whit could save you mote work 01
moie time that you need for your croptf
You can save money, too, 8 to 10
cents on the settint of each post now,
and more
than that on the upkeep dur
ing the next 25 years. Apr* posts arc
mum more economical than wood
Other Big Gains
With steel posts yon can liurn fence
fowl to destroy weeds and insects.
You» stock and the galvanizing on
youf fence are belter protected from
lightning and electric currents.
kemernbet that Al'fX Slerl Drive
Posts with a Ground Bar base are big,
Strong, heavy gauge posts, with
bearing against the ground wl.iih Q|
makes them Ann and substantial.
Do not accept imitations, but get the
Let os show you how to have better
lonkini* and mute serviceable fences by
butldiwt Ihem the "Apex Way."
Lantpert Lumber Co.
Win. F. Glasier, M. D.
Physician and Surgvon.
Office Over Rcxall Drug Store.
Plione :Off ice MIS, Hex. i05
Calls Answered Night or Day
Leave All Orders At Haitianers.
RUTHN HAY
Chiropractor
IIyou have tr'cri everything and luilrd
to find health, try Chiropractor (.-plnul)
adjiatmentfl, and yet well. Oftlce In SwvU
und'sbuilding. Hours, to IV n. m. tuici
ito9 p. m.
HERMAN GROSS, D.V.M.
(iratiuate Veterinarian
Calls Answered Uay or Night
I'lionc J««®« ur Call
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
Or. C. Williams
Graduate Veterinarian
Chicago Vet, Coll. I8gl
Ofll'ie Puotie tl Rc»ldenve Phone 27
Sisscton, S. D.
MURRAY
DRAY & TEAM WORK
Phone
NO.
91.
SISSETON
You can alway»
tellaTypeLKlaxon. No
other signal looks
like it.
No other signal sounds
likeit. ltsloud,clear,far
carrying note belongs to
it alone. We will put
oneon your car ready to
eound for $io.
Klaxonearemade only by
the Lovell-McConnell
•".-Mfg. Co., Newark, N.J.
Like all standard articles
they are widely imitated.
To be euie^
look for the
^Klaxon name-plate.
MOP'QOQ
YOUR NAME.
BURGLAR KEPT MONEY.
Woman's Last Word About Funds In
I the Bank Brought Decision.
Kansas City, Mo.—lie was polite,
even sua e, as he unlocked the door
I and entered the room occupied by Mrs.
I Willi»
111 Buchanan of 1510 Locust
street the other day. He dosed the
door so quietly and had stich a gen
tlemanly manner that Mrs. Iluehanan
was too much surprised to scream.
The Intruder took her |niH ethook, con
taining nearly from 1 he dresser.
Then Mrs. Buchanan protested.
"i'lease don't lake my money. It is
all I have." she pleaded.
"But understood you had lots of
money," replied lie, holding the cash in
his hand. "But if this is all you have
I'll return it"
"But I have more than that," she in
sisted. "It's In the bank, but as I don't
feel very well goodness knows when I
shall be able to get more," she contin
ued. The intruder hesitated, smiled and
then took the mmiey. Mrs. Buchanan
then vailed the police.
TOOK CLOTHES FOR DEBT.
Because He Couldn't Collect $3 He
Seized Four Suite.
Indianapolis. William fevine, a
farm laborer, explained in the ••rimlnal
s-ourt that, bring unable to collect 5".
from .lames Boyce, living near l-'lack
ville, he took four suits of iot lies as
payment, lie admitted he was gen*
erons lo himself, for the suits were of
excellent «pialliy ami appearance.
"First 1 put on one suit." he said,
"and then I thought how mtn-h hotter
it looked on me than it did on Boyce.
mi 1 took the others."
Willi I he disappearance of his suits
and Hovijie, Boyce value before the
grand jury and an imli«tnient was re
turned against the farm laborer. Boyre
paid $18 to tind and relurn I'ovine to
the vity lo face the lan-eny charge.
Uevine went to Miulis-m. Ind., after
taking the suits.
Judge Collins sentenced Devino to
the penal farm for ninety days.
"I'M SO FOND OF MUSIC!"
That Explains What Maid Does With
an Advance of Wages.
flii ago.—1'or ii few days a yiiniii
tiovtli slum mill von livliiweil slut hail
.solved (lie summt girl prulilem. 1 lev
tiv.st Khl found tliv rniuiUy
I'iTu l»
slow 11 tul rcturiii'il home "kick of I lie
yards."
Tills !X|km'Iuiicc iiffoiilvil an Inspira
tion, and Kho imported a girl from her
former home at lialeslmri Kindly
treatment was to lie the keynote of
success, so when she discovered the
new ma hi lacked underwear she armed
l'A'i. iMitll a dollar ami shopping in-
Anyone in the market for a
Chalmers, Oakland Six or Dm Ige
car, would like to have them come
in and talk it over with me. I
will take in your old ear as part
payment, and we are now ,in a op
sition to make immediate deliver
ies.
XV.
D. Wilson.
HAY LAND-SWt NWi and
lot 3 Sec 17-125-52. Until Junu 2D
1916, I will receive' cash bids by
by mail for the above described
ly land. D. H. Compton.
(2t) Wei)ster, 8- L)
NOTICK OF MORTGAGI- FORKCl.QSt R15.
Default having Ix-en made in the conditions of
that certain mortgage given by C. K. Anderson
and Anna Anderson his wife, mortgagors to
A. T- Cooper of Webster, Day County, South
Dakota, mortgagee, dated the 17th duy of Murch
1913, and recorded in the office of the Regiftev of
Deeds of Roberts County South Dakota, on the
21st day of March 1913 nt one thirty o'clock 1\ M.
of said day in book "75" of mortgages on page
•388 am) upon which mortgage there is ducat the
date of this notice the sum of two thousand nine
hundred and thirty dollars $29.t0) which mort
gage covers the following descriled premises,
situated in Kotiert» County, South Dakota, to
wit: l.ota Six (6,1.eight i8\ ten ilo, and eleven,
(II). of block one (I), nud lot five 15) in lilock
six (6) nud lots two (2), three (,W, four -41, five
(5), ten (1(1). eleven (II), und twelve (12) of block
two (2), nud lots three (3f, four (4), and five (5)
of block five, mid lot one U), of block four {•!,
nud lots two 121,four |4|, six (0). eights, ten to,
and twelve 12, of block seven 7. all in the
orignul Towusite of Anderson, and Lots twelve
12. fifteen 15, seventeen 17, nineteen 19 twenty 20,
twentyoue (21) twenty-two (i2)and twenty-three
(23) of block one and lot twenty-four 124} of
block .six (6 all in the first addition to Anderson
according to the recorded plat which default
consists in a failure to pay the mortgage debt.
Said mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of
the above descritied property at public auction
to satisfy said mortgage debt and the costs of
foreclosure on Saturday, the 22nd day of July
1916, at 2 o'clock »'. M. of said day at the front
door of the Court House in the City of Sisseton
Roberts County. South Dakota by the sheriff of
said County or his demitv.
Dated, «hine 5th, IV16. A T. Cooper.
Votier Potter Mortgagee.
Webster. S. Attys. for Mortgagee.
(515)
NOTICE OV 3.MORTGAGK VORKCI.OSURK
SALH
Default having been made the condition of
a certain mortsage containing power of sale,
dated March 1st. 1914, and duly recorded hi the
office of the Register of Deeds of Rotiert* County.
South Dakota, on April 1st, A. D. 1914, nt two
o,clock atid fifty five minutes P. M., in Hook- 79
of mortgages on page 339, whereby K. L. Clark
and Delia J. Clark, his wife, mortgagors, mort
gaged to Frank Jewell* whose l*o»t Office nd-*
dress If Rockfonl, Iowa, mortgaging the North
west Quarter (NW%) of Section Four 14» hi
Township One hundred twenty eight (128 North,
of Runge Forty eight (48) Went of the Fifth
Principal Meridian. It» the old Township of
White Rock, in Robert# County, South Dakota,
by which default Niid power of sale has be
come operative, and no action or proceeding at
law having been instituted to recover the debt
hereby secured or any part of Iti and that said
holder of
is claimed to
debt thereby
at the date
of- Three thousand six
structions.
In thirty minutes the girl was back,
but minus the underwear. In Its place
she had purchased a mouth organ
costing 40 cents, which she exhibited
proudly to her mistress with the re
mark:
"I'm so fond of music."
Servian Superstition«.
The daily life of the Servian is full
of superstition. He Is superstitious
about the manner in which lie rises in
the morning, about what first meets
his sight, how lie dresses and washes
and whom he meets, of what food he
eats and the time and manner of serv
ing throughout the entire day. Atten
tion Is also paid to whether the cocks
crow in time, whether dogs bark much.
If frogs croak or the wind blows
Again, special notice Is taken of the
kind of rain that falls, thunder, how
stars shine. If the moon has a halo, if
It. shines through a cloud, etc. The
evil eye" is alone accountable for
disease and death. The Servian be
lieves that for each malady that flesh
is heir to God has given a remedy, tie
believes that for each pain there is a
healing herb. He believes In witches
—beautiful young maidens who come
forth from the dew and are nourished
in a mysterious mountain. They meet
In the branches of trees and are most
dangerous at supper time.
be shown opposite description
'"V
V'Xi
r,
lUffl
Frank Jewell is
said mortgage:
be due on mid
secured, and 1«
ofthi« tiotice.t
3MM ($910^38)
2üow Notice is Hereby Clyo*» That by virtue
of Mid pofrer of
in
D^.iwWI.W.
l'asu
No.
•247
1209
Sarah Goodbov
Aropadutuwln.
960
Onmstewio
Julia Fastbcar
810
THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
Aeking Questions,
The first character of right child
hood is that It Is modest. A well bred
child does not think it can teach its
parents or that it knows everything.
It may think Its father and mother
know everything, perhaps that all
grown people know everything very
certainly it Is sure that it does not.
And it ie always asking questions and
wanting to know more. Well, that is
the first character of a good and wise
man at his work. To know that he
knows very little to perceive that there
are many above him wiser than he.
and to be always asking questions,
wanting to learn, not to teach. No one
ever teaches well who wants to teach
or governs well who wants to govern.
It is an old saying (Plato's, but I
know not If his first), and as wise as
old.—From A Crown of Wild Olives."
by John Buskin.
Three Cat# Mummified.
Shoals, Ind.—When moving a house
in the business district of town, work
men found the bodies of three cats,
which were mummitied. The cats evi
dently died under the dwelling, but the
bodies had not decayed. The house
had been occupied by.one family for
forty years.
Sale of Indian Lands.
Depiirtmem of the Interior. United Stntvs Indian Service,
SissHon Indian .School. Sisscton. S. I).
Under the rules and regulations approved hv the Secretary of the Interio
October 12, ISilO, the following described land is offered for sale to the highest
bidder under sealed bids on the dates mentioned. IVtds will be received at the
ollice of the superintendent at Sisseton Agency, sisseton. S. D. until 2 o'clock
p. in. of tli'' day of sale, al which hour ihey will be opened.
Kuch bid Must I'.» {iccomoanied hv a duly 'enilied Check on some solvent
bank, payable to the order of IC. D.Mossman, superintendent-, for ten per cent of
ilie amount offered as a guaranty of the bidder's faithful performance of his
proposition. II the bid shall be accepted and the successful bidder shall with
in thirty days after due notice fail to comply with the terms of his bid, such
check shall be forfeited tu the owner of said land, le the cost of advertising,
etc. All such bids shall be inclosed in a sealed envelope, which must be mark
ed by the bidder, "Itids for Indian land to lie opened (here show the date of
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 bid.
If a prospective purchaser desires to bid 011 mor than one allotment he must
submii a separate bid for each allotment he desires to purchase, and if he
wishes less lian an entire allotment, he must submit a bid for one or more
legal subdivisions of such allotment.
Under no circumstances will the Superintendent or other officers in charge
or any person connected with an agency oflice or the Indian Service be permit
ted 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.
Nidders, owners and other interested persons may be present when the bids
arc opened.
purchaser shall pay all costs of conveyancing, and. in addition, the follow
ing sums, un\ it: I he purchase price is $1000.00 or less,
$1.50 if it be more thai»
•M000.00 und not more than $2000.00, 52 00: if the purchase price is more than
4VOOO.OO, fiO, these lo be used in payment of advertising the lands.
No bids for less than the appraised value will be considered.
Land sold in accordance wiih the provisiensof these regulations will be con
veved direct to the purchaser bv ATE NT iN KI2E SlMVLKfrom the United
States.
All tho following described land will be sold for CAsH unless otherwise
stated. All sales subject- to a prior lease. Dates of expiration
of
NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLDIER CASH
Listed for sale .1 uno 12, 1910. Bids to be opened Aug.22, 1916.
No. Name of Allottee Inscription ol land 7 v. Acres Val
a:.v Alico l.K\M ii'Viits 'tJM 4 ami sw% of nw» "s. T. 1.10 ii K.
r».i w, .*iih i'. M. (Liitse expires 101-Hi) Ii6 74 2260 Go
777
Mavy Simon xK of S. 20 and clj of nv'.». S.It.", T.
Vi! Ii., K. .Vi sv. 5th l\ 3200
417 Kttll Kcltx .... I .*»t I. 121 n, tl w, 5th 1». 40 77 1000
12.V" (aiulixotewln sw^ of tieK SI, i2ä ii. 5,2 rth V.M. 40 800
17f. Mary Sliephcrd swi of ne'l IX 125 Ii. 5th p. m. 40 800
lit,?:' ,3 Mary 11........ n1i of nw'X 21. 125 n.
|S| iry Wii-on ... 3 n!j of nu'Vt S. H2, T. 127 ii.51 \v.
4*a Obed Wilson 4 3 2 1 1 2 5 0 5 40 mil
1211» Mtirwarot Longle ... scK of tiwa I, 12v* n. r54 w, tith p. m.
NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO HE SOLD ON DEFERRED
PAYMENT PLAN.
Listed for sale June 12 1916. Hills to be opened Aug. 22, 1916.
Allotment
No. N«nn» of Allottt'o Description of Land Acres Va.
I2
WansUo or Soph!« AUums
of s" 'l utt'l nu
IdevulnUnajinwin .... stv
87.', Michael Vuut swtf of scVfrt ll. of iiwK 12. and tiw«
of 14, 12? Q, r.3 w. 3th p.
of HeK Id and nw«4 of neK SI.
1*27 D. 54
Name of Allottee
Michael Vuut
Norman or Newimtn
Hoop
Charles La Bt»'l?
«27.
1028
Joseph B. Huylmi
477
Agnos EzvUlcl or
Agnes E. Wind
.lohn Derby or
liivotunginttiii
IMawln or
Mr». Lowjoy ....
,103»
108'.
Vi,
akoyakewin
Mary LaRelle
340
104?
Lillian jugg
401
John Ortiey
Angle Lallclio Ortley.
1146
Dollars, principal and Interest:
»Hereby Giysp, That i?y virtue
sale in atid mortgage com*med
sale
Mid
mortgage contained,
said mortgage wÖVbe fowclowd and the pre
mites sold nt public atactica by the sheriff of
•aid Roberts County or Ma deputy, on Saturday
-5™- «t ten o'clock in
of the Post Office,
County
[he «th d»y ofjttiy,
!9Wy.
JoresMom at the front door
the bwemeeled lew» of
Robert* Ceentr. MtD
o'clock in the
In
Rock in said
pay the said
disbursements
In
AUotmeui
No.
713
•M
mEkHw.l1,
Owner of anld Mortgage.
of
leased tracts advertised.
Kor further information apply in person or by letter to the undersigned.
5th p. iu
leases will
E. I). MOSSMAN, Supt. and S. D. Agent.
Sisseton, S. D.
h2
5,th p. m.
(L«du?f explrci 10-I-1S) 8U 1G00
r»ih
S70 Xavlt-r Wanna of rw^ J, 112fl n. j2 xv. .V.ti tn. 40 IxiXi
lCsau AJiji ... noU of nwi fiti, 1120 n. ni xv, 5th p. rn.
Lvasti expites 10-1-lh) 40 lOfO
KY2 Mulvina W«muH !iw\| of nw' 13. I2i ii. 52 w, 5th m. 40 lüOO
s\'t
John Mora» ....
I'. M. SO •,'H' 0
of ne'X 12. V.D ii, 52 w. 5th p. tn. SO 40.0
to
\i
nw'/i
of sw^ 26, U'5
52 3th p. m. 80 1600
yKw
25. 121 n. 52 5 p. in 100 2100
... nxv^ of ne# of sw^, 13,1124
48 w. 5th p. in 80 24001
MC .... Sophia Dick .. n»,£ of seVi and xv'.5 of ne# 113, 127 n,
53 w, 5th p.rn 100 2400
INHERITED INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD FOR CASH
Listed for sale June 12, 1916. Bids to be opened Aug. 22, 1916
Allotment
KvVt oi nc*4
«»/j of and
r»3 w, 5th p. m.. 160
Lot 3 and nc?4 of nwV^. of and
neg of hw& s'a.'i, 120 n, 51 w, r»th p. m. 150
heK Of nch* I, 124 n, r. r,2 5th p.
eVj o! nwj and n«' of hw^ and
seV* $l. 112^ n. 52 5ib p. m. (Lease
expires 10 1 17)
nl£ of nwj* 11 and of sw,1» Rt 123 n.
52 w. 5th p. in
of swM h. 18. 124 o, 52 w, 5th p.
(Lease explrt.» 10» I-Iti)
... sw^ 27. 123 n. 52 6th P.
Martha Blgflre, or Mukao- Lot 2.« 3. 1121 n. 52 and a«K of
Iwaniblyajrewiu aetf anlertof ewK.sSi. 1135 n, r58W5th
P. II ... 156 99
Unry Harri» or §w* of ne)* 5, 1124 n, 50 %, 5tb p. a. .. 40
Ipatanoalln n©K of ne^ a 7. 1124 u, so w. 5ih p. ro 40
eex ol neX 7,1184 n, 8o 5th p. 40
Name ol Allottee
Waiace Taaaka
William Campbell
61* Ellen Ifarpeya.
100
Lot* a and 4 and 814 of iiw# 2,1127 n,
59 w, 5 th p.
Mrh. Cedus, or Wamdusk- Lot No. I, and so* of new. 11124 n,
51 w, 5th p. m, (Lease expires 10-1-18)
wH of 8w, S. 14, nod se% of neW and
neX 7,1184 n, 8o 5th p. ni
INHERITED INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD ON DEFERRED
PAYMENT PLAN.
Listed for sale June 12, 1916. Bids to be opened Aug. 22, 1916.
Lot I in-l P14
NOTICE FOR PVIILICATION.
Department of the Interior.
V. S. Ltmd Office at Pierre, S. D. May 31st 1016.
Notice is hereby given that NiN Jacobson
I.amlro. of Ktleti, S. !. who on livccmlier 7. 1910
made Pierre 111% 0U625. (formerly Tnnlier l.nke
(*•75) for NK* of the NW{-«' of Section 31,
Township 125 North. Range 53 West. 5th
P. Meridian. (Sisscton it Walipcton Indian
l.nnds/ has filed notice of intention to make
Final five year Proof to establish claim to the
mid above dcscrilx-ri, In-fore 1! Knight. U.
S. Commissioner, at Sisscton, S. on the 15th
day of July Vln.
Claimant mimes as Witnesses:
Ole S, Skjonster»r of Kdvii. S. I»
Peder S. Sk jonslerg do
Charles Miller do
John Storli of Koslyn, S. I).
N(ITIVK
J. K. Kelle.v.
Register.
OK TIMK AI'l'OINTKIl l-'OK PROV
ING xvii,i„ inc.
State of South Dakota. County of Roltetrs ss.
In County Court.
In The Matter Of The Kstate Of Andrew I).
Watson. liecensvd.
The State of South Dakota sends V.i'eetintr to
Alfred Wat*oti. Vancouver, lt. C. Klizalieth Clin
nitiKham. Oriltia.Ont. Can., I» t*,. Watson, oril
lia. Out. Can.. Anne lliuk'hani. Oriltia. Out. Can..
R. J. Watson. Kinderstey, Sask. Can., Andrew
Watson, Medicine Hat, Can,, and William Wat
son, Oriltia,Ont. Can., heirs, next of kin of An
drew D. Watson, Defeased-
Pursuant to an order of said Court, made on
the 14th day of June A. D., N16, notice is hereby
yiven that Saturday, the 1st day of July, A. D..
19!«S at ten o'clock A M. of said day. at the Court
Rouiu of said Court, at Sisseton. in the County of
Roberts, South Dakota, have been appointed as
the time and place for proving the Wiil of said
Andrew D, Watson, Deceased, and for hearing
the said petition for probate thereof and the is
suance of I.etters Testamentary therein, when
and where any per.-on interested may appear and
contest the same
Dated at Sisseton. South Dakota, the 1 Ith day
of June A. D. 1916.
liy the Court:
Attest: II. M. Kuiuht,
K. Nelson, Judue of the County Court.
Clerk of the Countv Court.
Cliff 4 I'uicell,
Oitonvillc, Minn.
NOT
1 CI- Ol« MORTC.AGi: SAI.E.
Default bavin« been made in the conditions of
a certain mortuaue, containing a power 'of sale,
executed and delivered by M. }•:. C.urdon and
John Gordon of Sisseton, Roberts County. South
Dakota, mortgagors, to Farmers State Hank of
Sisseton. S- mortuairee. dated the 5th day of
December. V'll, and duly recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Roberts «'ouuty,
South Dakota, on the 5th day of December, 1911,
in Hook 74 of Mortyay.es on page 215. and iecrib
ink' the following described premise.-, to-wit:
The undivided interest of the mortgagors in the
South Half (S. '/i of Northeast Ouarter (N. K.
,4'
of Section Five t5) in Townsfup One Htm
dred Twenty-five tl25j Range Fifty |5"| in Rob
ert County, South Dakota.
Which mortgage was thereafter and on the 5th
day of June, 1"15, duly assigned in writing, to
getln with tlie «lebt described therein, to Saflie
*,irtlon "f Minneapolis, Minnesota, which as
signment was recorded on the .tlst day of May.
in Hook S-' of Mortgages on page 78.
That there has been a default in the pavment
of the promissory note described in and secur
et by said v.iotgage, together with the interest
on said promissory note, and the amount of
principal now due on said promissory note is
Five Hundred |?5w0.u| Dollars, and the amount
of interest now due on said promissory note is
the sum of Two Hundred Five 15205.'H)| Dollars,
and the amount of principal and interest now
due at the date of this notice in Seven Hundred
Five and no-UK) ISTVS.IU) Dollars, together with
taxes paid by the owner of said mortgage in the
sum of Two Hundred Forty-nine and S-V1D0
(5249.84) Dollars, and the total amount due at
the date of this notice is according to the terms
and conditions of said promissory note and
mortgage i.s Nine Hundred Filty-four ami Sl-V-V
($954.84) Dollars, and no action has been institu
ted at law to collect said debt or ntiy portion
thereof.
Now, Therefore. Notice is hereby given that
by virtue of the power of sale iti said mortgage
contained and of the statute in such case made
and provided, the said mortgage will be fore
closed and the alKive described premises wilt be
sold at public auction by the sheriff of Roberts
County, jiouth Dakota, at the front door of the
court house in the city of Sisseton in said coun
ty and state on the 29th day of July, 1916, 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 and disbursements al'owed by law.
Dated this 14th day of June, 1916.
Sadie Gordon,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
John I«. Minder. ByJ.W. Harrington.
Sheriff of Rolierts Co. Her Attorney.
Notice to Creditors v. '.
State of South Dakota- County of Roberts
In County Court
In the Matter of the Fstate of Mary Dahlin,
Deceased.
Notice is hereby jfiven to all persons having
claims against the above estate to exhibit them,
with the necessary vouchers, to Albert Dahlin.
administrator of the above estate, at his place of
residence in Dry Wood Lake Township. Robert*
County, South Dakota- within four months after
the first publication of this notice.
First publication June 9, 1916.
Dated the 7th day of June. 19h
AI.DKRT DAHLIN, 7
Administrator of the Kstiite of
Mary Dahlin, Kstate.
J. W. Darl ington.
Atty for Administrator.
1S00
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DR. J. FJERESTAD
Chiropractor
Lady Attendant
Office over Red Cross Drim Store
Phone 254
Sisseton, S. D.
I
GOSH.
ALU-»
Brockton, Mass*
Aflw'^dhoemakers all working with an~boaert
determination to make the best shoes in the wood,
W. DOUGLAS $4.00 and $4.50 SHOES ai
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 $3.50 SHOES
hold their shape, fit better and
wear longer than other makes for
the price.
None genuine unless W. Douglas
and the retail price is stamped
8TAVIQ BROS. DEPT. STORE
I. OUDQC*
"SWUNR UP".
•A MATTCHt I
WAT'S
rHEN
a
The State of South Dakota To the heir,-, ami
next of kin of I.nther S. Drown, deceased.
greeting.
Pursuant to an Order of said Court, made May
29th 1916 notice Is hereby given that June 27
1916 at 11 o'clock A- M. at the Court Room of
said Court, in the City of Sisseton. said Roberts
County, have lieeu appointed as the lime and
place for proving the will of said I.nther
Drown, deceased, and for hearing the applica
tion of Caroline II. Drown for the issuance to her
of Letter* Testamentary thereon, when and
where any person interested may appear and
contest the same.
(SKAI.) Witness Till: Honorable 11. M.
Knight, Judge of bounty Court in and fqr said
Countv. ami the seal of said Court this 29th day
of.May A. D. 1916. II. M. Knight.
Attest K- Nelson, Judge.
Clerk.
NOTI*K
OF MORTGAGE SALK.
Default havitiu been made in tiie conti it ions
I of a certain mortirairc, contaiuitug a power of
sale,
executed and delivered by A. W. lliö«er
staff of the county of Blue Harth and state of
Minnesota. inortKauor. to Ira llishop of Maple
I ton. Minnesota, mortgagee, dated the 12 day
of June 1913. and duly recorded in the office of
the Register of Deeds of Rolerts County South
Dakota, on the 4th day of August M4 in Hook
72 of Mortgages on page 193. ami describing the
following deserilcd premises, to-wit: The
South Half of the Northeast Ouarter (S. Vfc of N.
)•*. of section thirty t.^i'. township One
Hundred Twenty three (123) Range Kifty-one
(51 J, West in Rolierts County South Dakota.
There has been a default in the payment of
the i-rointssory note described in ami secured by
said mortgage, together with the interest on
S'iid promissory note ami the amount of princi
pal now due on said promissory note is Two
Hundred Fifty |?250.(H| Dollars and the amount
of interest due on said promissory note is Twen
tv-eight and 75-1D0 (52» 75' Dollars, and the
amount of principal and interest now due at the
date of this notice is Two Hundred Seventy
eight ami 75-lm IJ27S.25» Dollars according lo
the terms and conditions of said promissory
nute and mortgage and no action has been insti
tuted at law to collect said debt or any portion
thereof.
Now. Therefore. Notice is hereby given that
bv virtue of the power of sale iu 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
le sold at public auction by the Sheriff of Rob*
erts County, South Dakota, at the fr^nt rlonr of
the court house in the city of Sisseton in said
county ami state on the 1st day of July, ivlfi at
the hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of said
day for the purpose of satisfying said mortgage
interest and accruing interest and the statutory
attorneys fees and disbursement- allowed by
Dated this 12th day of May 1916.
John Minder Ira Bishop
Sheriff of Roberts County Mortgagee.
J. W. Harrington,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Work and driving horses for sale
at my barn. Nels Johnson. (tf
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3.50 $4.00 S4.50 SHOES
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY r—•
WEARING W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES FOR
VALUE GUARANTEED I
For 33 years W. L. Douglas name has stood for
shoes of the highest standard of quality for the
price. His name and the retail price stamped on
the bottom guarantees full value and protects the
wearer against high prices for inferior shoes. They
are the best Knov shoes in the world.
W. L. Douglas shove uie made of the most carefully selected
leathers, liter the latest models, in a weU-equipped factory at
the direction and personal inspection
anixation and the highest paid
BEEN IN MEXICO WHEftt ICOULON'T)
GET TNE REAL TOBACCO ONEW.BVT
I'M ON W-B CUT NOW. SO VOU WATCH I
ME «ET FAT AQAIN.f
judge of good
S W-B CUT
to getting
tobacco is accustomed
Chewing and has his
supply cut °ft, By Heck, he misses it. No other
chewing fills the bill. The rich tobacco and the touch
of salt that keeps bringing out the taste, makes a little
bit of nibble give more satisfaction and last twice as
long as a wad of ordinary tobacco.
Dealers that know what's happening, have W-B
CUT—10c the pouch.
kr
WETMAM-ERUTON COMPACT. IM. S*«., few Twk Gtr
JOHN M. SWANBERG.
Dealer in
Men's Women's and ChildrenVs
Dress and Work Shoes.
Up to date Repair Shop in connection.
SISSETON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
MlTICK ur l'KOYINC XVI I.I..
State of South Dakota, County of Roberts. SS.
In County Court Covrt,
In the Mutter ui the Instate of I.nther S. ltrown.
—rzi-neacxiv:.
Raise the-
Children,
oo ci
»-sv
c,{
Ptn-e.
from.
I nappv
HcaitT
chikhen
The Health of Your
Family
is surely of first importance,
and you should therefore be
very careful of that main ar
ticle of food, the bread. If
the bread is made with
Sisseton Best Flour
by an experienced cook you
negd have no fear of the re
sults on the health of the
children, for it has been prov
ed to be the finest anb healt h
iest flour milled. Don't be
induced to buy something
"just as good".
Sissetion Milling Co.
Vaage & Judkins
SISSETON. SO.
SNSSv
DAK
Estravcd
Came to my place on Section
28 in Long Hollow township, 4
calves. Owner may have same
by proving propurt.v and paying
for cost of keep. C. A.Sorenson.
W. t. DOUGLAS WAS
PUT TO WORK PEOO»
INOSHQESATSEVtN
TEARS OF AGE* ME
BEGAN MANUFAC
TURING IN tare,AND
IS NOW TNE LARG
EST MAKER OF S9.00
S»-60 A NO S4.00
SHOES IN THE
WORLD.
BOYS' 8HOE8
BMtia the World
Catalog free.
W. L.
Tkugtas-.
Brornea.
Mass. f.-
SISSETON,

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