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State of South Dakota, County of Roberts SS. In Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial Circuit. Annie Hansen, vs. 'Roberts Plaintiff County, South Dakota, a Public Cor poration, the unknown Heirs of Henry Iron door, Deceased, and all persons unknown who have, or claim to have any interest, or estate in or a lien, encum brance upon the prem ises described in the Complaint. Defendants. THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKO-: on the subscriber at his office quiting the title in, and to, and portion of the real estate the determination of all adverse ing to said estate, and it would claims against the following des-1 be for the best interest of said cribed real property situate in estate that the same be sold, the county of Roberts and Slate Therefore, it is hereby ordered! of South Dakota, to-wit: that all persons interested in ill Court, at the office of the County Judge in the city of Sisseton, County of Roberts has been set Dated at ßieseton, S. D., this 6th day of August, A. D., 1918. H. M. Knight, Attest: K. Nelson, Clerk. Order To Show Cause on Filing 'Petition To Sell Land State of South Dakota, County of Roberts SS. In County Court. In the Matter of the Estate of John P. Schloe, Deceased. On reading and filing the peti tion of Henry S. Morris, execu tor of the estate of John P. Schloe, deceased, setting forth the amount of personal estate that has come t3 his hands and the disposition thereof, the a- the city of Sisseton, Roberts an order should not be issued County, South Dakota within directing said executor to sell thirty (30) days after the ser-: said real estate according to the vice of this summons upon yon, prayer of said petition. exclusive of the day of such ser-J A.id it is further ordered, that vice and if you fail to appear and a copy of this order, shall be pub answer said complaint within ilished for four successive weeks thirty (30) days as above re-!prior to said day of hearing in quired, the plaintiff will apply the Sisseton Weekly Standard, a to the court for the relief de- weekly manded in said complaint. published at Sisseton, in said Notice of Hearing Petition For. pense of administration, and that it is lipppsaarv in eoll tVia 11 18 necessary The West half (W1/#) of the said estate appear before the .. southwest quarter (SWVi) of Judge of this Court on Saturday section twenty-four (S. 24), town the 21st, day of September, 1918, ship one hundred twenty-six at ten o'clock in the forenoon of (T. 12«), north of range fifty- said day at the Court Room of two (R. 52), west of the Fifth I said Court in the Citv of Sisse- P. M., and to serve a copy of your ton in said Roberts County, answer to the said complaint up-: South Dakota, then and there to Notice is hereby given that Ida ceased. Loverud has filed with the Judge Notice is hereby given by the a a A a for Letters of Administration of the Estate of Alma C. Enquist, the Estate of Julia Olson, De- deceased to the creditors of and ceased,.and that Saturday the all persons having claims against '31st day of August, 1918, at ten the said deceased to exhibit o'clock A. M., of said day, being: them, with the necessary vouch a day of a special term of this! ers, within four months after for hearing said petition, when Bunde, in the City of Sisseton, in and where any person interested may appear and show cause why the «aid petition should not be granted. Judge of the County Court. mount of debts outstanding Bros. show cause it anv there be whv Howard Babcock, County and State, and personally Attorney for Plaintiff. served upon all persons interest Sisseton. S. D.! ed in said estate residing in said County at least ten days before sa}d ]^y 0f Letters of Administration other persons interested as pro State of South Dakota, County vided the first publication of this no tice, to the said Administrator, at the office s.f Batterton &> the County of Roberts, South Da kota. Dated, August 20,1918. against said estate, and the a- SELFMADE EXILES raise an irritating problem. The mount of the family allowance to Liberty Loan and Red Crossj community's feeling toward be paid, and the approximate ex-1 drives disclose in nearly every them is like the feeling of men penses of administration and of community certain obstinate caring for the property of said. slackers. They are so few now estate, and a description of all adays that they at once become the real estate of which said de- notorious and are pointed out— ceased died seized, and the con- like the man with the rubber ear dition and value thereof -wltie*. and the armless boy—dismal petition prays for an order to be breaks standing in sharp con issued by this court authorizing, 1 rast to the normal community. the sale of the following describ-' Very rarely are they pro-Ger ed real estate belonging to said man. Pro-Germanism does not estate to-wit: advertise itself in that conspicu- 1 n,n6 to sell the 1 newspaper printed and 1 hearing, and upon all by law. of Roberts, ss. In County Court. Dated at Sisseton, South Da In the Matter of the Estate of j^ota this 19th day of August, A. Julia Olson, Deceased. I9ig. The State of South Dakota I Court, sends Greetings to Ole H. Olson,! H. M. Knight, William H. Olson, James H. 0!-! Judge of the County Court, son, John H. Olson, Bertha Olson Attest: Volden, Lena O. Fortney, Julia I (Seal) K. Nelson O. Martinson and Ida O. Xiove- Clerk of the County Court, rud, heirs at law and next of kin' i0-15 of Julia Olson, deceased, and to all whom these presents nv-iyf Notice To Creditors come. Estate of Alma C. Enquist, De- John C. Enquist, Administrator. Batterton & Bunde, Attorneys for Administrator.' M. L. Mikelson received a let ter from Jacob Scheurer from Switzerland. He says beef cattle are from 60 to 65 cents per pounds and hogs from 70 to 75 cents per pound. He has thus far had plenty to eat but the poorer classes suffer. From the tone of his letter he is not very thusiastic. about Switzerland at this time.—Summit Independent We sell liquid glass to preserve eggs for winter. Schindler 011 Totq* expenditures I 4VÜ Northeast quarter (NE 14 of ous way. Mostly they are grouch-1 with these obstinate slackers ex-1 five or six pecks as the proper this county, men, women and the southeast quarter (SE'/t) es and sponges. Their simple'cept to let them extensively a-'amount of seed per acre and children. This can best be done and the southeast quarter (SE'/,. psychology is that of a pig in a 'lone. No of the northeast quarter (NE'/i) clover patch. While the feeding contempt section thirty-five (S. 35) town- is good, nothing less than the im-1 which he lives. They must find ship one hundred twenty-seven pact of a rock against the hibs or. that out. The man who is well (T. 127), range fifty-two (R 52) of a scantling on the spinal col-'able to lend a hand now and re Roberts County. umn will inspire them to move fuses to do in voluntarily exiles YA TO THE ABOVE NAMED East half (E 1/2) of the north- on. So long as somebody else will himself from the sympathy and DEFENDANTS: 'east quarter (NE 14), section keep the boat going they will respect of his neighbors. Let his You are hereby summoned and thirty-four (S. 34) township one neither bail 01* row. They are the own judgment upon himself as required to answer the compl lint: hundred twenty-seven (T. 127), cross-grained bilious sort which an exile stand in the future.-^ •of the plaintiff in the above en-1range fifty-two (R. 52.). nurse all real or fancy griev- Saturday Evening Post. titled action, which complaint was filed in the office of the CVtk of the Circuit Court within and for said county of Roberts and -State of South Dakota, at Sisse- and ton, South Dakota upon the 26th day of July, 1918, and which complaint prays for a judgment And it appearing from said pe- ances against the community in tition that there is not sufficient general. For Rent—Good House, inquire personal estate in the hands of. Small as their number is they of O. T. Axness. said executor to pay the debts family allowance, and ex- ment with the Treasuver 0f said district. above described land which is a itwuipts Total receipts For teacher's wages For all other purposes to whom it may concern who have been volunteering to put out a fire toward the able bodied a a a 1 0 1 Peever Independent District of Roberts County, S. D., tor the year begin- -l"ly 1. 1H7, and ending June 30, 1918, as assertained upon settle- Expenditure# Total expenditures $5651.85 Balance on hand June 30 1918 $3643.30 Total to balance receipts $9295.15 This balance on hand $3043.30, is deposited in Farmers Security Bank, located at Peever, South Dakota. Dated this 31 day ot July, 1918. -r I Agency School District, of Roberts County, S. D„ as ascertained upon settlement between the Treasurer and the School Board of said School V^x«. i-liA it Am«1Snn T«m/\ OA 1 Ol ti'liizilt etatamfint ie District, for the year ending June 30, 191S, which statement is hereby posted (or published, as the case may be) according to law, viz: Receipts Jity Cash hand at beginning ot school year, July 1, 1917 Sinking Fund Amount received from district tax 1730.72 Amount received from apportionment 891.25 Expenditures Amount paid for teacher's salary $1771.70 Amaunt paid for school officers' salaries: Chairman $5.00 Clerk $16.75, Treasurer $20.00 Total $41.75 Amount paid for redemption of bonds $100.00 Amount, paid tor interest on bonds $20.50 Amount, paid tor purposes not before mentioned $328.75 tor the year ?22«2,70 on hand at close of the year. June 30, 1918 $609.27 Dated July 15. 191S. |f§| Christ Christensen, Chairman Agency School District. MAKE strong and natural. But it must Roberts County. be'resisted. I The answers to this letter var There is nothing to be done ied somewhat but they agreed on $9295.15 $3195.00 $2456.85 Carl J. Rice, Chairman. A. F. Ertsgaard, Clerk. STATKMKXT OF UKI'MPTS AND EXPENDITURES State of South Dalckota, County ok Roberts, ss. Agency School District. $250.00 citizen who refuses to period, does well on poor land not needing advice but rather lend a hand but perched on a jand is a good cash crop. Not longj help. The man who stops to tell horse block at. a safe distance and ago a questionaire was sent out! a farmer how he should do his watched their efforts with amus-1 to the Farm Bureau iff&nbers to ed interest. The inclination toj find out the most successful me throw a brick in his direction is thod of handling the rye crop in work, is out of tune "vUh the man can thrive on the August 25th to September 15th of the community in as the best time for sowing. I UMC Pump Gun or Autoloading Shotgun, Those finest of ehoal-weter fowl, the bid mallards—which you can seldom get with in gunshot of when it is calm and fair are then not so quick to take wing. But your shells must be right. Hunting has no worse luck than a water-soaked shell that has swelled and sticks in the gun at a critical moment to say nothing of a "misa" caused by wilting of the turned over end of the shelL Remington UMC Snxpkeless" Arrow" and "Nitro Club" ^Vetproof Steel Lined "Speed Shells" are made water proof by a wonderful process, invented for them and used exclusively in their manufacture. It took three years to perfect this process. Tbe result is a shell that will work and shoot right throughout an 'N Ctesn end oil your tfun with i/k The majority favor drilling in the stubble if the soil is loose enough, if not, discing first and then drilling. Corn stubble makes an ideal seed bed and summer fallow is good. Next in order of preference comes disced grain stubble and then fall plowing. The best variety is the Ad vance. The supply of seed for this variety is limited and most farmers will have to sow Swed ish or common rye. W your showery hurting dzys tV.s Fdlihs good day a for ducho they really ought to be, with the right ehotshells—Remington UMC Smokeless "Arrow" or Nitro Club Wetproof Steel Lined "Speed Shells." No matter how much water may get to them, they will actually stay just as dry and serviceable as your Remington for Shooting Right I' Sold by Snorting Goods Dealers in Your Community REM County Agent Says 'given the former class which if Winter rye is a good weed followed would make them better fighter, makes fall and early spring pasture, distributes the labor of harvest over a longer H. D. McCullough, Emergency Dem. Agent. farmers. Just at this time by far the greater percent of farmers are work nowadays, and lends no help toward the doing of that times. The Farm Bureau office exists to be of help to the farmers of when all work together for the betterment of farm life. We are not here to hand out advice, ex cept as we can when asked for, but to be of service in many help ful ways.— Fall River Farm Bureau News. GIVE FARMEnS MOKE vouchers, within six months HELP—LESS ADVICE after the first publication of this Perhaps no other class of men notice to the said Matilda Steger have received more advice as to Notice To Creditors Estate of Michael Apfelbacher Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administratrix of the Estate of Michael Apfel bacher deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary at how their business should be con- Roberts, South Dakota. ducted than has the farmer. Dated at Claire City, August It is true that there are poor, 24th, 1918. indifferent, careless farmers as well as the good painstaking, careful farmers and that many times the best of advice has been ANNOUNCEMENT Col. W. S. Rath of Sisseton, S. I), wants to an nounce to his friends of Roberts County that sale sea son is at hand. Also wants to announce to the Pub lie that 1 will spend iny extra time in the real estate business. 1 am in touch with a good many Iowa fanners and beleive when things get adjusted there will be a good deal of Roberts County land change hands. I also handle town property. Claire City, in the County of til-day downpour—keeps hard and smooth with no softening of the turned—over end or bulging of the top wad in the wettest •coat pocket. You buy the same favorite brand, at the regular price, and get the Wetproof improvement with out cost. The first completely waterproof sbotshell, at the same time having the uniform superiority of speed« pattern and penetration for which Remington UMC "Arrow" and "Nitro Club" Steel Lined "Speed Shells" are famous. In bfach powder, buy the old reliable "New Club,'* now Wetprool sealed at turnover and top wad. OIL, the combina tion Powder Solvent, Lubricant and Ruit Preventive REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO.. Inc. Largest Manufacturers of Firearms and Ammunition in the World WOOLWORTH BUILDING NEW YORK CITY Ml -v Matilda Steger, Administratrix of Estate of Michael Apfelbacher, Deceased.