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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, July 07, 1916, Image 6

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F.Glasier, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon.
OB* Onr lexsll Drug Store.
Phone:Office 146, Rex. 205
Galla Answered Night or Day
IMV« All Ordere At Haldanere.
RUTH IN HAY
I Chiropractor
Ityou have tr'ed everything and i'ellud
t» find health, try Cbiropriictor ppimil)
aajustmenls. and get well. Olllce in «wed
end'*building. Hours, le I'.'u. in. and
Itoe p.m.
HERMAN CROSS, D. V. M.
Graduate Vcterin.irian
Calls Answered JUay or Night
IrLI"*
I35 -rl-'II
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
Dr. C. Williams
Graduate Veterinarian
Chicago Vet. Coll.
I89I
Olll.:e Phone 71 Ho«.klenvo Phone 27
Sisseton, S. D.
MURRAY
DRAT & TEAR WORK
Phone
NO.
91,
3ISSETON S3.
DR. i. FJERESTAD
'v Chiropractor
Lady Attendant
Office over Red Cross Drug Store
Phone 254
Sisseton, S. D.
ff you haven't a Klaxon
on your automobile—•
make this test:
On a country road with a
big hay wagon ahead, try to
make the driver hear the
horn you have.
IL
Thencometous. Letusput
on a Klaxon. Try it under
die same circumstances.
See what happens.
After you have done these
things if you would drive
without a Klaxon bring it
back we will refund your
money.
Klaxon
V. H. Klaxon
V. H. Klaxet
Hand Klaxonet.
$20
$12
56
$4
Klaxons are made only by
the Lovell'McConnell
Co., Newark, N. J.
like all standard articles
,:.ijiey are widely imitated.
be eure, find the
name-plate. .••
700,000 arc i:i tta.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALIC.
Default having been muck* in the conditions of
certain morlicnize, conUiining a iower of sale,
executed and delivered by M. »C. Gordon and
John Gordon of Sisseton, Rolierts County, South
Dakota, mortgagors, to Farmers State Hank of
Sisseton, S- I., mortgagee, dated the 5th day of
Decemlier, 1911, and iuly recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Roberts «'ouuty.
South Dakota on the 5th day of DeccmlRT, 1911,
in Hook 74 of Mortgages on page 215. and describ
ing the following tesvriled jiremi.ses, to-wit:
Thf undivided interest of the mortiriiuvrs in the
South Half (S.
14)
of Northenst Quarter (N. 1«.
H' of Section Five 5) in Township One Hun
dred Twenty-five (125) Range Fifty 1.50J in Rob
erts County, South Dakota.
'Which niortKnge was thereafter and on the 5th
dny of June, lil5, duly assigned in writing, to
gether with the debt described therein, to Sadie
^Gordon of Minnenpolis, Minnesota, which ns
sign »lent was reeorded on the 31st day of Mny,
1W, in Hook
H2
of Mortgages on pane 78.
That there has la-etj a default in the pavment
of the promissory note described in and secur
ed by said moluage, together with the interest
on said promissory note, tuil the amount of
principal now due on said promissory note is
Five Hundred IfS'-M.'*)) Iiollnrs. and the amount
of interest now due on said promissory note is
the sum of Two Hundred h'ivc |#2U5.W| Dollars,
ami the amount of principal and interest now
due at the date of this notice in Seven Hundred
Five and tio-IUO |J705.(0) Dollars, together with
taxes paid by the owner of said mortgage in the
sinn of Two Hundred Forty-nine and 8-blOo
(52ty.S4) 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 is Nine Hundred Fifty-four and 84-100
i#'151.84) Doll.'trs, and no action has been instilu
tel'at law to collect said debt or any portion
thereof.
Now, Therefore, Notic* hereby given that
by virtue of the powvr of -»ale in said mortgage
contained and of the statute in such case made
and provided, the said mortgage will be fore
closed and the aliove described premises will he
sold at public auction by the sheriff of Rolierts
County, South Dakota, at the front door of the
court house in the city of Stssvton in said coun
ty and state on the 29th day of July, ivlfj, nt one
o'clock in the afternoon of that day for the pur
pose of satisfying said Mortgage, interest and
accruing interest ami the statutory attorneys
fees and disbursements a! owed by law.
Dated this 14th day of June, Wlfi.
Sadie Cordon,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
John I.. Minder. Jly J. W. Harrington,
Sheriff of Robert* C. Her Attorney,
NOT1CK OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE.
Default having been made in the conditions of
that certain mortgage given I» C. E. Anderson
and Anna Anderson his wife, mortgagors to
A. Cooper of Webster, Day County, South
Dakota, mortgagee, dated the 17lh day of March
Vl.t. and recorded in the otlice of the Registe.' of
Deeds of Roberts County South Dakota, on the
2Wt day of March P'lSat one thirty o'clock 1'. M.
of said day in book "75" of mortgages on page
,^Ha"d upon which mortgage there is ducat the
»late of this notice the sum of two thousand nine
hundred and thirty dollars '293uj which mort
gage covers the following described premises,
situated in Roberts County. South Dakota, to
wit Six (fi), eight -S1, ten üu, and eleven,
(U), of block one (|), und lot five (5) in block
six (o) nnd lots two
(2),
three (.1, lour -4), five
(5), ten (\0), eleven (ID, and twelve (U'l of block
two Uz1. and lots three (3*, four (4), and live (5)
of block five, and lot one llj, .of block four (4),
and lots two |2|,four U], six to), eight fi. teil
and twelve 12. of block seven 7. all in ihe
ürittiihi Tü\V»siU of Anderson, and Lots twelve
12. fifteen 15, seventeen 17. nineteen twenty 2t.
twentyone (21J twenty-two
il2)
and tWeniy-thrOf
(23) of block one and lot twenty-four 124J of
block six all in the first addition to Anderson
according to the recorded plat which default
consists ill a failure to pay the mortgage debt.
Said mortgage will be foreclosed by the sale of
the alfove described property at public auction
to satisfy said mortgage debt ami the costs of
foreclosure on Saturday, the 22nd day of July
1916, at
2
o'clock V. M. of said day at the front
door of the Court House in the City of Sisseton
Roljerts County. South Dakota by the sheriff of
said County or his deputy-
Dated, June 5th. 1916. A- T. Cooper.
Potter 8: Potter Mortgagee.
Wehster, S. D., Attys. for Mortgagee.
(5i-y
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
SALE
Default having lx?eti made in the condition 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 Rtid
fifty
five minutes P. M., in Book 79
of mortgages on page 339. whereby E. L. Clark
nud Delia J. Clark, his wife, mortgagors, mort
gaged to Frank Jewell, whose Post office ad
dress in Rockford, Iowa, mortgaging the North
west Quarter (NWK) of Section Four (4« in
Totfuship One hundred twenty eight (128 North,
of Range Forty eight (48) West of the Fifth
Principal Meridian, in the old Township of
White Rock, hi Roberts County, South Dakota,
by which default said 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 it and that said
Frank Jewell is now the owner and holder of
said mortgage: and whereas there is claimed to
be due on said mortgage and the debt thereby
secured, and is actually due thereon at the date
of tili« notice, the sum of Three thousand six
38-lOJ i£31416.381 Dollars, principal and interest:
Now Notice is Hereby Given. That by virtue
of said power of sale in-said mortgage contained,
said mortgage will be foreclosed and the pre
mises sold at public auction by. the sheriff of
said Roberts County or Iiis deputy, on Saturday
the 29tli day of July, 1916, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon at the front door of the Post Office, in
the incorporated town of White Rock ill said
Roberts County, South Dakota, to pay the said
lebt, interest, attorney's fecJ and disbursements
allowed by law.
Dated June 6th. 1916.
Frank Jewell.
Owner of said mortyaye.
Newell X. Poxvejl.
Attorney for Mortgagee
White Rock, S. D.
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale
WHEREAS. Default has been made iti the
conditions of a certain mortgage executed and
delivered by Sigri Aas, mortgagor, to Gustav
Eliason of Montevideo, Minnesota, mortgagee,
dated November 7,1910, and with the power of
sale therein contained, duly recorded in the of
fice of the Register of Deeds in and for the
County of Robe its and State of South Dakota on
November 9,1910, at 3:40 o'clock p. m. and re
corded in llook "63" of Mortgages on Page "!59'\
and
WHEREAS, Default having been made in the
payment of the debt secured by said mortgage
when due, or the interest thereon, und there is
hereby claimed *01* due and owing on said
mortgage at the date hereof, the sum of Eight
Hundred Ten Dollars and twenty five cents
I $810.25] and
WHEREAS,
the power of sale in said mort­
gage contained has become operative and no
action or proceeding has been instituted at law
or otherwise to recover the debt secured by said
mortgage or any part thereof
Now, Therefore. 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 mortgage will
be foreclosed by the sale of said premises des
cribed in and conveyed by said mortgage, towit:
Lots numbered Nineteen 119]. Twenty (20)
Twenty-one L21J, Twenty-two (22), Twenty-three
(23). and Twenty-four (24) in Mock numbered
Ninetyfive (95), in the town of Sisseton mow
City of Sisseton according to the official plat
1 hereof on file and of record in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for the County of Rot*
erls and State of South Dakota, together with
all the hereditaments and appurtenenances there
unto belonging, which sale will be made by the
Sheriff of said Roberts County, at the front
door of the Court House, in the
Dated June 29.1916.
CO.
City of Sisseton.
County of Roberts and State of South Dakota,
on the 14th day of August 1916. at one o'clock
in the afternoon of eaid day at public auction,
to satisfy the amount which will then be due on
said mortgage and the debt secured thereby,
together with the statutory attorney fees and
costs anddisbursements allowed by law.
Gustav KliMOO,
E. J« Turner, Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee. W-8)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department ot the latcrlor.
iL S. Lind Office at Pierre, 8. V. Slsy 3HV19I6.
Notice hereby given that NU» Jecobeeo
Laudro. of Kdeo, 8. D. who ou December 7. 1910
made Pierre HK 0I261S, (formerly Timber Lake
04*75) for NE* of the NWK of Section 31.
Township us North, lumge. SS Weet. SUi
P. Meridian, (Siseetoe fc Wahpeton India»
Lattd»J has filed «otfee of. intention to make
Final lve year Proof to establish claim to. the
and above described, before H. U. Knight. U.
ft* Cooftmiflakmer. at 8sacten» 8. oo the 15th
*4ay Of July .• •. f-.-nr'--
Oaunatit names aaWltneeees:
Oteb.
8kjonahw8of Men. 8.
Ma
D.
8torUof
mealy»,8.D.
Notice of Hearing Petition to Mort
gage Land.
State of South Dakota, County of Roberts SS.
In County Court.
In the mutter of the Kstate of John i\ Schloc,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Henry S. Morris,
executor of the estate of John I'. Schloe, deceased,
has filed in the County Court of Rolierts County,
South Dakota, a petition for an Order authoriz
ing him as such executor to execute a mortgage
of Thirty-fivei Hundred Dollars lf35U0.Ut] upon
the land belonging to said estate uescrilied as the
Hast Half of the Northwest Quarter [K'A NWtf]
antl the West Half of the Northeast Quarter (W'/4
NKK of Section Thirty-six [3fi] Township one
Hundred Twenty-seven «127), Range Fifty-two
(52). all in RotxTts County. South Dakota, for
the purpose of paying off existing encumbrances
upon said lands and for other purposes, and
that said petition will be heard by said County
Court at the office of the County Judge i. the
City of Sisseton in said cou.ity and state
Saturday, the 15th dny ot July, lvu., at 10 clock
a. which is the time and place fixed by the
Court for hearing said petition and at which
time any and all persons objecting to the grant
ing of said petition are required to appear and
be heard.
Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota, June 29,1916
II. M. Knight,
Attest: .fudge of County Court,
K. Nelson, Rolx-rts County, S.D.
Seal- Clerk.
Howard llalcock,
Attorney for petitioner. [2-4]
Notice of Hearing Petition To Mort
gage land.
State of South Dakota, County of Rolvrts SS
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of John P. Schloe
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Henry S. Morris,
executorof the estate of John P. Schloe, deceas
ed, has filed in the County Court of Roberts
County, South Dakota, a petition for an Order
authorizing him as such executor to execute a
mortgage of Four Thousand (Huw.uut Dollars
upon the land belonging to said estate described
as the East Half of the Southwest Ouarter (KV*
SWX) and the Northwest Quarter of the South
west Quarter INW.1* SWM
1
and the Southwest
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SWl4 NW^
section Thirteen »13), Township One Hundred
Twenty-Seven (127). Range Fifty-two (52). all in
ROIKMIS Vounty, South Dakota, for the purpose
of paying off existing encumbrances upon said
lands and other purposes, and that said peti
tion will
IK-for
heard by said County Court at the
office of the County Judge in the City of Sisseton,
in said county and state, on Saturday, the 15th
day of July. 1916, at Hi o'clock A- M.. which is
the time and place fixed by the Court for hearing
said petition and at which time any and all
persons objecting to the granting of said peti
tion are reipiii ed to appear and be heard
Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota, June 29,1916
H. M. Knight.
Attest: Judge of County Court,
K. Nelson. Roberts County, S. D.
Seal Clerk.
Howard H.ibcock, -v~""
Attorney for Petitioner."
Pursuant to an order of said Court, marie on
the I4lh day of June A. D., 1916, notice is hereby
given that Saturday, the 1st day of July, A. D.,
1916 at tell o'clock A M. of said day. at the Court
Room of said Court, at Sisseton, in the County of
Roberts, South Dakota, have been appointed as
the time and place for proving the Will of said
Andrew D, Watson, Deceased, and for hearing
the said petition for probate thereof and the is
suance ot Letters Testamentary therein, when
and where any person interested may appear and
contest the same-
Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota, the 14th day
of June A. D. 1916.
By the Court:
Attest: M. Knight,
k. Nelson. Judge of the County Court.
Clerk of the County Court.
Cliff & Purccll.
Attorneys,
Ortonville. Minn.
THE SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
(2-4)
Notice Of Hearing Petition To Mort
gage Land.
State of South Dakota. County of Roberts ss.
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate'of John P. Schloe,
deceased,
Notice is hereby given that Henry S. Morris,
executor of the estate of John P. Schloe. deceased,
has filed in the County Court of Roberts County.
South Dakota, a petition for an Ordei authoriz
ing him as such executor to execute mortgage
of Four Thousand Dollars t$4UUU.'K) upon the
'kUHt lielonging to said estate described as the
liast Half of the Northwest Ouarter V,% NWK
and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter (NJ4
8\V#
1
of Section Seven t7) township One Hun
dred Twenty-six (126), Range Fifty-one (511 all
In Roberts County, South Dakota, for the pur
pose of paying oft existing encumbrances upon
safll lands and for otherpurposes, and that said
letition will be heard by said County Court at
the office of the County Judge in the City of Sis
seton, in said county and state, on Saturday, the
15th day of July, 1916, at 10 o'clock a. m., which
is the time and place fixed by the Court for
hearyig said petition at which time any and all
persons objecting to the granting of said petition
arc required to appGir and he heard.
Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota, June 29,1916.
H. M. Knight,
Attest: ... Judge of County Court,
K. Nelson Rol»crts County, S. D.
Seal. Clerk
Howard Halcock,
Attorney for Petitioner. (2-41
NOTICE OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROV
ING WILL. ETC.
Stale of South Dakota. County of Robctrs ss.
III County Court.
In The Matter Of The Estate Of Andrew D.
Watson, Demised.
The State of South Dakota semis Greeting to
Alfred Watson, Vancouver. Ii. C.. Elizateth Cun
ningham, Ot illia, Out. Can., G. Watson. Oril
lia, out. Can.. Anne Ringham. Orillia. Out. Can.,
R. J. Watson, Kinderslcy, Sask. Can., Andrew
Watson. Medicine Hat, Can,, and William Wat
son, Orillia,Out. Can., heirs, next of kin of An
drew P. Watson, Deceased.
GETS EGG DURING TRIAL.
Hen Labeled "Exhibit A" Lay* It In
Court, and the Judge Benefit».
Portland, Ore.-Miitide. a White Leg
horn hen, was In District Judge Bell's
court as Exhibit A in a suit over lier
ownership and that of
vm
tere«.
make»
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 Fkwr
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 bethe-finest anb health
iest flour milled. Don't be
induced to, buy something
"just as gdbd".
Vaege
aisssTOi,
-*ÄBä:
SUSur.
WAMHSWMWW- I
two
:»J7 .lohn Moran
other Bid­
dies and cockerel. Suddenly there
smote the air a shrill "cut-a-cut." It
was Maude cuokling. and she kept It
up. "Bailiff, kindly remove the ex
hibit," ordered the Judge. The bailiff
approached Maude's coop. "Your
honor," he shunted, "look!' and held
up a snowy while egg. "Maude has
laid It."
OTI
Both litigants agreed that the Judge
should receive the egg, and lie did.
HUNG HEAD DOWN 48 HOURS.
New York Farmer Wae Caught by Feet
In Apple Tree.
Binghamton, N. Y.-H. A. Case of
Galena was trimming his apple trees
recently and slipped while up a tree,
nis
feet caught
III
a crooked
limb,
r83 IdeyAlHlimtjinwiu
1061 Hitisn
urc.
166 Sophia Dick
bod
made
from.
Allotment
No.
925
1028
361
W)
810
681
Mary LaHelle.
34#
1047
79
4SI
Lillian «lugg
John Ortiey
1063
1146
Judldae
•0. DAK.
Work end driving hones for sale
«t my barn. Sels Johnson, ftf)
1
ami
he hung head downward fur forty
vight hours.
Ue was thought to be dead when ills
covered, but regained consciousness,
and the physicians hoiied for his re
covery.
JUST STEALS A BATH.
Then Takes a
He Changes Clothing,
Meal and Departs.
St. I.ouls.-"Tile loot consisted of a
bath, a meal and an outfit of clothing."
according to the report made to the
police by Lee Henderson, sexton of
Grace church.
Henderson lives in the basement of
the church. He complained that dur
ing Ills absence a thief stole into his
apartment and took a bath—took it
bodily—an outllt of clothing, compris
ing everything that a man wears, and
departed after cooking a meal In Hen
derson's kitchen.
REPLY AFTER THREE YEARS.
High School Boy Toeeed Ketchup Bot
tle Containing Note Into River.
Winona, Minn. Three years ago
William Wllklus of Winona, a high
school boy, tossed a ketchup bottle con
taining a note into the river while
camping at West Newton, north of
here. The note read:
Tills was tossed overboard In the hope
that the Under might correspond.
Wllklus has Just received a repl.i. It
was signed by Marguerite De Ilrazlcr
of West La' Crosse, Wis., thirty miles
away.
Sale of Indian Lands.
Department of the Interior, United States Indian Service.
Sisseton Indian School, Sisseton, S. I).
Under the rules anil regulations approved by the Secretary of ihe Interiu
October 12, 11)10, the following described land is offered for sale lu the highest,
bidder under sealed bids on the dates mentioned. Bids will ho received at the
ollice of the superintendent at, Sisseton Agency, sisseton, S. I), tint il o'clock
p. m. of the day of sale, at which hour they will bo openeil.
l'"ich bid Must He accomnanicd by a duly Certified 'hock- on some solvent
bank, payable to the order of K. D.Mossman, superintendent, for ten per cent of
the amount olfered as a guaranty of the bidder's faithful performance of his
proposition. If the bid shall be accepted and the successful bidder shall with
in thirty days after due notice fail to comply with the terms of Iiis bid, such
check shall be forfeited to the owner of said land, less the cost of advertising,
etc. All such bids shall he inclosed in a sealed envelope, which n.ustbe mark
ed by the bidder, "liids for Indian land to he 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 on mor than one allolmsnt he'iuust
submit a separate bid for each allotment lie desires to purchase, and if lie
wishes less than an entire allotment, lie must submit a bid fur one or more
legal subdivisions of such allotment.
Under no circumstances will the Superintendent or other officers incharge
or any person connected with an agency ollice 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.
Bidders, owners and other interested persons may be present when the bids
aro opened.
Purchaser shalI pay all costs of conveyancing, and. in addition, the follow
ing sums, ton-it.: if the purchase price is $1000.00 or less, $1.5U if it be more than
#1000.00 and not more than $2000.00, #2 00: if the purchase price is more than
tVOOO.OO, $2.50, these to be used in payment of advertising the lands.
No bids for less than the appraised value will he considered.
Land sold in accordance with the provisions of these regulations will be con
veyed direct to the purchaser by PATENT IN FEE SIMPLE from the United
States.
All tha following described land will be sold for CASH unless otherwise
stated. All sales subject to
a
prior lease. Dates of expiration of leases will
be shown opposite description of leased tracts advertised.
For further information apply in person or by letter to the undersigned.
E. D. MOSSMAN, Supt. anil S. D. Airent.
sisseton, S. D.
NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD FOR CASH
Listed for sale ne 12. 1016. Bids to be opened Aug.22 1916.
Allotment
No. Name of Alio ee Description ot laud AJreh *Val
A75 Alice DeMarrltis Lot 4 and sw\{ of S. 3
777 Alm Simon of sej^. S. 2ti e'$ of nc*4'. S.3o
137 I).,
'2,
T. I.'K) li
li.
53 w,
11(57 Mary Campbell of nwy »21 125 n. 52 51,h
Lease expires lo-l-l.s SO wltiOO
4X1 Mary WiHon ,i of iiwVi is. 32, T. 127 Jt.51 w. 5th M. SO VN0
!S70 Xavler Wanna of 8\v',( 13. 112V n, 52 xv, 5\h p. m. 40 •. VJKOO
Norman or Newman
Hnop
Charit» La Belle
247
1200
Joseph Meglya
477
Agnen Ezeklel or
Agnes E. Wind
John Derby or
KiyotHQgmanl
Rdawtn or
Mrs. Lovejoy...
1085
ii.
w, 5th k*. M. (Lease expires lo-l-lC^
rand
»th P.
417 Etta Felix .. Lot 5 1.1 12* n, 54 w, 5th V. 10 77 looo
12.V) CandlxotcWin swX of neK 34, 125 n. 53 5th M.' •10
17.» Mary Shepherd sw^ of ns 13. 125 n, 53 5th p. m. 40 xtO
Esau Ajiji... ne'q 3f nw^ 3u. I2t5 n. 52 xv. 5th
Lvase expires 10-1-18 40 •1000
li
853 Mvlvina Wanna iiw.'.i of nw
sl/9
of
1240 Murßnret Longlo seM of nw'4 1, I2'.i n, 51 w, 6th p.
Allotment
No. Name of Allottee
235 Wanske or Sophie Adams
56 71 22Ö0 60
T.^
'1(50 3200'
m)
13. 12l n, 52 w, 5th in. 40 lt)00
a
NONCOMPETENT INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD ON DEFERRED
PAYMENT PLAN.
Listed for sale June 12,1916 Bids to be opened Aug. 22, 1916.
INHERITED INDIAN LANDS TO BE SOLD FOR CASH
Listed for sale June 12. 1916. Bids to be opened Aug. 22,1916.
Name of Allottee
Michael Paul
Omastewin s*K 27. 1123 n, rR2 6th p. 160
Julia Paatboar Lot« S end 4 and nM of uw% 2,tl27n,
58 w, 5th p. 152 40
Mrs.Cedus.or Warn
dusk- Lot No. 1, aud,seM of netf, 8 ltl21n,
akoyakei
io
Aogie LaBelle Oetley.
Martha BiKBre, or Makao- LotlaS, W n. 58 and sw« of
hoainlhifaiewin wj^aniert of swX.aSt, tl25 n. r52w5th
Mary Harris or sw4 of ne'k a S. 1124 W », 6th p. m. .. 40
Ipaunnattn. .. .. nel of neX
N.I y?
12.1139 n. 52 w, 5th p. in.
42.1 Obed Wilson uw'i' of ne 4 32, 1127 n, 50 5th to. 40 sg
Description of Land Acr
nw% of 'j and no yA of sv\{ 2(5. n.
r2 xv :ih p. in SO
.. &W# 25. 124 N. 52 fUi p. in 1 lit)
nw# of seUanti ne& of swlf, a 13,112S n.
48 w. 5th p. fcO
n'/4 of seVi and w4 of tieft 211. 1127 n.
53 w, 5th p. 100
Description of Land Acres
awtf of 11. of nw}£ 12. and nwj£
of neK a 14,1 127 D, 53 w, 5th p. loO
swlf ot ae!4 16 and nw$ of ne& SI.
137 n. 54 w, 5th p. 80
.... «V& of 8W& and wl« of sex 31. 129 n.
53 w, 5tU 1» m.. 160
Lot 3 and ne4 of nw'4. nw% pf sc** and
ne$f of swK 35. 129 n, 51 w. 5th p. rn. 150 60
se^ Of neu 1. 134 u, r. 53 5th p. m.
neX of »wtf 31. 1126 ti, 51 w, 5 p. in.
eVj of nw* and neK of kwK and
HlOvll
^•IM.HI
m.
40 1S00
Va.
itiu)
•JI'X)
AVald
40 rs:r~'i
IIW)«
of
8CK 31. ist n, S2 5th p. m. (Lease
expires 10 1 17)
Sarah Good boy nM of nwJ« II nnd otawU a 3, 123 n.
52 w. 5th p.
Atnpadutuwin ne^ of swk's* 18. 134 n. 52 w, 5th p. m.
7.
160
tuO
Leaseexplrcs 10-1-10 40
1124Dr.rr8o
•ex ol
neAg a 7,
1184 W
Allotment
No. Run el Allottee Dewrtptlo* of Land Acre#
WauceTwak*. i*x of ew* «8. Its n, St w,8thp. m.
William Campbell...... LetleMrfe el», lisn.
Stk
"Bllen Ijarpeye Lots Noe. andlaed »H of n»V,» 0,
HR i.rMw, Mkp. m. ..ill it
(200
64C0
eW.a
51 w. 5th p. m. iLsaae expires 10-1-18)
wH of swtf. S. 14. and setf ot ne^ and
ne^ of He# a IS. 1188 ii, 54 w. 5th p. m.
..wH of ne% and mK
79 77
ICO
of
nW^of
24,1135
w. all *AX
54 w.'Tsth p. in.(Leaie expires to 1.16) 120
jtii ot sw% 8, 180 n. 52 w, 5th p. m. 80
setf of neg end neX of aeX of 28,
128 o, 82 w, 5th p. 80
,mwX of wU of• 16 and nw*4 Of ne ficH
4 a a 8 2
w, 4th p, 160
2800
3600
3410
8800
3300
800
3600
3600
n, 50 w. 5th p.
40
40
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.
At one time there were no jack rab
bits on these islands, hut now there nrv
thousands.
The Need of Baker.
One man does not make a lial! club.
Iitit occasionally lie can make it a pen
n.'.ini eon I ender. The Yanks were rated
as no liettcr than a first division |rob
nliillty until Raker was signed. Then
the critics began to include Donovan's
team among the real contenders for
the 1010 pennant. The opinion seems
to hold ai| over the American league
circuit.
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1000
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w,
lis 61 nttei
WOMAN RUNS BUSINESS.
La Crosse, Wis.—Mrs. tier! ha Young,
manager of a large lumber company,
has closed the company's oilices in
tills city and moved to Minneapolis,
which Is more accessible to the mar
ket.
The local lumber company was or
ganized twenty-three years ago by
John D. Young, who managed It until
his death eleven years ago. Since that
time the work has been carried on by
Ills widow, who has shown remarkable
talent as a manager. The company
operates six retail yards In Southern
Minnesota—Fairmont, Fulda. Wlialen.
Dunncll, Alpha and Chandler.
Mrs. Young is social favorite and
ihe mother of a large family.
I E 1 N
Casings and Tubes
The World's Best
Obtainable Right Here
At Home
We Know Tires, And When
We Advise You to Try
Miehelins, We
Mean Iti
Cottingham
Bros.
Agents for
fiuick Automobiles
Tl| A 4.x 4. 4. J. 4. 4. 4. 4. XX 4. J.
11
J. J.
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.
RATTLESNAKES USE RAFTS.
Austin, Tex.--,I, C. Herring of llock
port, a ranchman of the coast country,
siurs when heavy rises come out of the
tiuadalupeand other Texas rivers large
rafts of drift are washed into the hay
and rattlesnakes are often seen on
Item.
This driftwood goes ashore on the
islands, and that starts the snakes.
They are caught in the drift meshes
on the mainland and cling to the rafts
as they are washed down stream and
into the bays. Mr. Herring has killed
vliem on such occasions.
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With the
To a friend enclose
your potrait.
It's the ideal remember
ence because it's the next
best thing to a visit,
Make the appointment
early.
The Bowes Studo.
Anyone in the market for a
Chalmers, Oakland Six or Do.lge-
car, would like to have them come-"
in and talk it over with me. I
will take in your old car as part
payment, and we are now in a op
sitionto make immediate deliver"
ies. W. D. Wilson.
HAY LAND—SWi NWJ and
lot 3 Sec 17-125-52. Until June 20
1916, I will receive cash bids by
by mail for the above ,described'.
hay land. D. B. Compton.
2 W S
To lease or sell, 160 acres in' Bos
ko Tp which my relatives are now
using and for which they refuse to
pay. Ida J. Monsou, (Savage)
12420 Savwell Ave Cleveland, O.
WILSON HAS A DODGE
The following conversation is aid to have taken
place on one of the piincipal streets in Sisseton
the other day:—
•'Say John, why is it that W. D. gets all the
livery work out of this town?" $
''What kind of a car do you run, Ross?"
"Why, I drive a Ford, what do you run, John?"
"Why, I drive a Maxwell and an Overland
part of the time."
"Well, W. D. drives a new Dodge Bros! Car
and it runs so smoothly and easily, and comfort
ably that that is the only reason I can see that
he is getting the business, John," said Ross.
W. D. WILSON
I'liiirptr
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