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Primary Election
March 23rd
For Sale and Wants
1'OR SALE—201) bushels of Miming
wheat, test 60. Gust 'J lmislon.
!v miles west of Sisseton. M'.-•-l
WANTED—To rent a farm. Ha"
full set of farm 11: l:!: -v ul :-:toolc.
Leo Houdtilssetuii. S. LUk.
FOR
SALE—Sixty
millet
tf.
I I I
bushels Siberian
hay seed. John Cloud. 12
CANDY BUSINESS—We start you,
at home, or anywhere everything
A: furnished $30 weekly, up men
and women experience unncsec
5.
s#ry.
Specialty Candymaking Co.,
Philadelphia, Pa., 5 So. IStli St.
M12-SI.
FOR SALE—Four Poland China
gilts bred tor April farrow from
vf $50 to $150, according to sizj anil
quaiity. H. K. Sonstegard. 2t-p
FOR SALE—Some good llarquis ana
Velvet chaff seed wheat. Tests 5ti
lbs Earl Sleight, Route 6 ,2t-p
FARMERS—See the Winner fanning
Mills. Demonstrations every day
at J. H. Meads. M12-3L
NOTICE FOR BIDS—Bids will be
accepted March 25th, for removing
about 575 yards of dirt from Lots
15 and 16 of Block 41 in Sisseton,
So. Dak. Bids must specify with
or without privilege of selling dirt,
reserve the right to reject any or til.
bids. Paul Linster M12 2tp
FOR RENT—A house with garden
spot. Mrs. Lester Price. M12-2t.
I still live about 15 tons of good
Upland hay for sale.—T. W. Cahill.
For Sale—Golden and Liberty mil
let and sweet clover seed. Inquire
of Oust Nelson. Route 1. Phone
14-17. Feto. 21 tf.
For Sale—8 head spring lambs.
Telephon« 95. Chas. Mullen tf
White Sweet Clover Seed for
sole. 25 cents per pound if taken
at the farm. Raised by John H.
Nergaard, a 1919 crop.—H. A.
Varland.
For Sale—33 head of ewes
bred to lamb in April also some
good Buff Orphington cockerels.
mm
Chas. Mullen.
For Sale—well bred turkey
toms, very large. Call 17-91
J. W. Hanson (tf)
For Sale—North one-half of SW.
one-quarter and SB. one-quarter of
NW. one-quarter,' section 15, Sisse
ton township. Two miles from Slsse-.
ton. Give me your best offer.—
•Mos Manl, Altlbank,
S. D.
.fc
Mk.
«Mli
36-t4
FORE SALE!—Harness. If you are
going to buy a new harness this
spring, before you send your mon
ey to any catolog house come in
and look over my stock. I will sell
you No. 1 harness as cheap as you
can send lor one. Also collars and
•trap work. My goods are all guar
anteed.—V. A. Smith.
FOR SALE—Horse Collars. If you
need horse collars buy a Scratch
Knoefcer. Every collar is warran
tees eot to hurt your horse it pro
parly fitted. You can get them at
V. A. Smith's, Sieeton, S. D.
gp^lf, A few stacks of good meadow
for sale. Inquire of Barney
Loteer, phone 20-^26 tf.
-Dishwasher at the Pal
veie. Salary, $12 per week,
&^": -fcoar4 and room Feb. 21 tf
Wanted
Cafe.
Lei- DitDOSBORNB grinds feed good ind
««teUy. Can't be but flood
«••de to D«d Osbone's mill, north,
•elilli 'and wwt llll-Up.
vny lady wu, .i po
stenographer. Inquire
,,. *he ü'andard Otttc»
Kimball organ, in ,od
tone. John
WIK U-».
l-week-old belt
Jenwy. John- Ready.
rt-p.
teu Oqo bushels of
laqulre ot
16-7. St-p.
for SALE CHEAT' Kortison
tractor and plows, in good condi
tion. Time will be Riven until
Oct. 1st, 1920, on bankable paper.
Howard Babcock. M19-31«
FOR SALE—Team of horses, 6 and
7 years old, weight. 2700 pounds,
Can be seen at Christ:ainon a
Peed riiini. opposite depot. Ml»
-3tp.
Notice for «ids for Construction of
Brigdes.
Notice is hereby given that seal-,
ed bids will be received at the office
of the County Auditor of Roberts
County, South Dakota, in the court
house in the City of Sisseton in said
county, until one o'clock P. M., I
Tuesday. April 6th. 1920, for the]
construction of eleven reinforced
concrete bridges in the County of I
Roberts, State of South Dakota, ac
cording to plans and specifications:
•now on file ill the office of the
County Auditor.
Bids to be opened by the board
of County Commissioners in the
Commissioner's Room in the Court
House at the time and date above
stated.
Each proposal must be accom­
panied by cash or a certified check
for not less than 10 per cent of the
amount of the bid. payable to the
County Treasurer of said Roberts:
County, and all proposals must be
made on blank forms furnished by ,|
the undersigned.
The board reserves the right to
reject any or all proposals.
Dated at Sisseton, South Dakota,
this 2nd day of March, 1920.
&. C. Richert, I
M19-3t. County Auditor.!
Notice of Mortgage
Male.
Foreclosure
Whereas, default lias been made
in the conditions of a certain mort
gage contianing power of sale, made
and executed by Edven values, a,
widower, mortgagor, and the Farm- I
ers State Bank of Hammer, South I
Dakota, mortgagee, which mort-'
gage bears date of the 28th day of
May, 1919, and was filed for record
in the office of the Register of
Deeds within and for Roberts
County, South Dakota, on the, 28th
day of May, 1919, at 3:45 o'clock
P. M. and was duly recorded in
Book 88 of Mortgages on page 246, I
mortgaging the following described
ands situated and being in the'
County of Roberts and State of
South Dakota, to-wit
The south one-half of the south-
west quarter (SI/, of SW'i) of
section thirty (30) and west one
half of the northwest quarter (Wl^
of NW Vt) of section thirty-one
(31) all in township one hundred
twenty-five (125) north of range
fifty-two (52) west of the fifth'
^principal meridian.
Whereas, the nature of said de
fault consists in a failure to pay
the mortgage when due and the in
terest thereon according to the con
ditions,and terms of said mortgage
or any part thereof. Now there
fore,
11
Notice is 'hereby given, that the
said mortgage will be foreclosed by
public sale of the lands covered in
said mortgage and hereinbefore de
scribed, by the sheriff of Roberts
County, South Dakota, or by his de
puty on Saturday, the First day ot
iMay, 1920, at the hour of 2 o'clock
•In the afternon of said day, at the
front door of the Court House at
aieeeton, County of Roberta and
State ot South Dakota, to satisfy
the Indebtedness of Three Thousand
Four Hundred Fifteen and 68-100
($3415.68) Dollars, which Is due
and owing on said mortgage at the
date of this notice besides attor*
pay tees and the costs and dls-1
bursements of forecloeurer.
Dated this ttth day of March
1920.
Farmgrs State Bank of Hammer,]
Owner of Mortgage.
Turner ft MeKenna,
Attorneys tor Owner.
Notice to Creditors,. Batato Xkwis!
Marlow, Deceased
Notice is hereby given to the cre
ditors of and all persons having
Claims against said deceased! to ex
hibit them,. with the necessary'
vouchers, within six months after
the first publication of this notice,
to A. t. Brtsgaard, the admlnlstrer
tor of the estate ot said de2w£
at hin office In the City ot SIssetOB,
In the County ot Roben -, South
Dakota.
Dated March 17, 1010.
,A. F. Brtsgaard, Administrator ot
the Estate of Louis Marlow, De-
H. .11. Knight,
D. F. Stevens,
Clerk.' Judge of the
(Seal)
r,
kl..
County Court.
SISSETON WEEKLY STANDARD
imm
HORSES
1 Black Mare W years old, weight about 1500
1 Gray Gelding 7 years old, weight about 1500
1 Sorrel Mare 10 years eld, weight 1400
1 Bay Mare 10 years old, weight 1350
1 Black Mare 5 years old, weight 1350
1 Bay Mare colt, coming 2 years old
2 Saddle Horses
MACHINERY
2 Wagons with Hay racks
1 Wagon with Stock rack
1 veering Binder, 7 foot cut
2 McCormick Mowers, 5 foot cut
1 Deering Hay Rake, 10 foot
1 Dain Hay Stacker
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Meridan Stock Farm, five miles south and two miles west
of Sisseton. Haying sold my farm will sell at Auction on
The following described personal property:
150 Head of Pure Bred Aberdeen Angus Cattle
100 Cows and Heifers and 50 Young Bulls
Some Household Goods and Other Articles
TERMS All sums under $10 cash all sums over that amount time will be
given until October 1, 1920, at usual rate of interest, oh bankable paper.
SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 10:00 P. M.
& K. Olberg, Clerk
iVdÜifiif» rim-iTrrnrriii 'iJ
1 I)ain Hay Bucker
1 Kentucky Single Disc Drill. 20 disc
vl 26 foot Harrow, with Cart
1 Walking Plow, 16 inch
1 Braking Plow, 14 inch
1 Great Westreu Manure {spreader
3 Pair Bob Sleighs
-1 Foston, Fanning Mill
1 Kerosene Stove
2 Water Tanks
51 t)-galIon Kerosene Tank
V'.vi'ifm»fnnto~l—
Harness and Saddles
1 Fairbanks Gas Engine. 1 1-2 liorse power. with
Pump Jack
1 Corn Cultivator
All Small Tools
25th
4 HOGS
'v,.y
'A.::'-
Col. W. S. Rath, Auctioneers
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