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THH DAILY FIONHEB HI WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1899. T LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE OP PORTEITTJRH. To Peter Neilsen and to whom it may oon- GUS (Frawley tb Lafey, Attorney.) NOTICB OF RHSRirrS BALI. State of South Dakota, Oxanty of Law- renoe. In Circuit Court, Clght Jadtoial Circuit. The Kish and Hunter Company, a Corporation, l'laintlffs. (ilartln Mason, Attorneys.) " 1 In the United States Land Office, Rapid City District, South Dakota Orman F. Ong, Contestant, ' VB. Richard G. White. Mineral Application No. 636. "LaclS Sam Placer." SUMMONS. To the above named Richard G. White: You are hereby summoned and notified that a hearing has been ordered herein by the Honorable Commissioner of the General Iind Office (Ulter initial N, dated April lo, 1899), to determine whether or not the "Uncle Sam Placer" claim, Mineral Application No. 636 (according to the series of the Rapid City, S. D.. land office) has been abandoned and relocated, and to determine whether or not the said application No. tSJf. shall l.e CANCELLED by the land office up- n Hie petition of Orman F. Ong, exnt .-taut. Said hearing will be had al Iieiiilwooa, Iaw rence county. S.mth Dakota. befors Sol Star, Clerk of Courts of LawrenCS County, on the 12th day of June, A. tL l'et, and if you fail to appear at safd time and place the said contestant wffl apply to the Land Oltlce for cancellation of said application. Dated, Rapid Citv, S. D , April 24, 1899. A. K GARDNER, Register. W. 9. WARNER, Roc elver. (First Pub. April 27, 1999.) MRS. JLIEBMANN. Choice Cut Flowers Potted Plants Always on Hand. Orders for Funerals and society emblems promptly filled. DR. FLORA H, STANFORD, HOMEOPATHIST. Diseases of wommen and Children a specialty. Will take confinement cases In her own home at reasonable rates. 374 Williams St. - Deadwood, S. D. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS. National convention Baptist Young Peoples' Union of America, Richmond, Va., July 13-16. Annual meeting Unite 1 Sociejty of Christian Endeavor. Detroit, Mich., July 5-10. National Educational Teachers' association, Los Angeles, Oal. July. Annual reunion and grand lodge meeting Benevolent and Protective Order of 'Elks, St. Louis, Mo., June 20-23. Annual meeting Imperial Council Ancient Arabic Order NobW;s. -Mystic Shrine, Buffalo, N. Y June 14-15. Annual meeting German Baptists, Roanoke, Va., May 22-26. National Baptists Anniversaries, San Francisco, May 26-30 National Baptists Anniversaries, Portland, Ore., Tacoma and Seattle, Wash., June 2-5. The above 13 a partial Hit of some ot the more Important ecurs'ons to be given by the popular Burlington route, during the summer. For full information as to limits, dates of sale, ticket ets.. call at passenger depot W. T. ROBERTSON. Tlclret Agent. The BliCiunsdrtr Typewriter Received the only Gold Medal Awarded any Writing Macfota aft ts Omaha Exposition iu 1898. Can b" aeen at tie office of M. H. LYON, Deadwood, S. D V ia . a a well INDA THBSSI HINDOO RCMKOT kmnnnuTRE aBOVfl -- m" - - mm .11 UwhmMmum Fi hn. Vanum P....I. DWIoium Niahtll Eala- lcm. atcaauned by ajaat aboaaa, (iaat rigor and alaa to .knmkin oraana, ad Qnuklx 1ml uralr raatorw M n old or Jjmn- Ka.lt, earned in aaat pootac Prioa fd.OQ packas Bia tot $t.OOit m ffwratrtw S raoy inaut ob bavins IMOAPOl ftraotinasiatJuaart KettTuTMEOY C,,fn)frt. Ukaca. IB araar Aral WILCOX PHARMACY Deadwood tf. i- aft rll.kMlw'i KavlUa Dfaauaa rlra I EWNYROYAL PSLLS aV ViUad aaa Oil, itautat. A alwftya rWlaaU. laoik UrUatlW T LlKMNir mrtmmmm mm- LmmmM wttl. IflM libfcoa. Tike '-- j j ai DruarlMi. r MM 4 Kr Rir I,M1N." iwr,y nun all to all Lml UnMUM. r. f art oHrnaao ka i' i. i a. -eW. M I r I ar M W l M I V M KELLER POPULAR Meat Market Fish, Game and poultry in Season. Harrison 5. TELEPIIOsi Black Hills 88. lur- Main St, Deadwood. U 1-2 ' ZOECKLER LEADING MEAT MARKET. IlllL.ni Black Hills TelephoneNo 69 Wrlson Telephone No. 3. N0. 664 MAIN STREET. DEADWOOD . ....... 4..... ROBT E. DOlN, Waanington, u- u- lira A. Oioboe, Deadwood, B. D. DOAN & GEORGE Attorneys and Counselors at Law, WMhlngton, I. C. and Deadwood. 8. t, Temporary office. Rno u No. 30 Syndicate Block. Practice lu H Male, and federal Court Mining, Lund, Kevenue and Bankrupt Lawn a ipedalty. AMATUER PHOTOGRAPHERS For CamaraV Films Dry Plates, Printing Fapers, Mounting cards and photo supplies send to Lincoln PMopm Supply Co. Lincoln, Neb. Vaverley Bicycles ONLY Special bargains on the '98 wheel Other wheels it low prices . pgi Main St. G.F.BAGGALI-.Y LADIES! Telephone" No. 187, (Mark Bllla Piobs.) tV personal attendance at your eeei- j denes of expert tonsorlal artists. We are the exclusive agents far the nwst perfect Hair Tonie and Dye nr offered bo the peorple of Dead- wl. We haVe numbers of teatl- "MaWs of tie moot flattering character. BLACK HIULB TELEPHONE, 187. You are hereby notified that I have expended In labor and Improvements one hundred dollars ($100) on each of the following mining claims, to-wit: The Kukee fraction. Harrison lode, JMolklng lode, Wall lode, Morton lode claims situate on False Bottom, Ida Gray Quartz Mining district, Lawrence county. South Dakota, in order to hold said claims under the provisions of section 2324. Revise j?Uituti of the Vnited States, being the amount required to hold the same for the year 1S9S. And, if within ninety days from the service of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute, as co-owner, your Interest In said claims will become the properly of the subscriber under said seetion 2324. FRED BROOKER. WILLIAM BROOKER. (First Tub. April 4, 1899.) NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. Td Elijah I' Fowler, administrator of the estate of Ellen Shannon, decea-sed; Thomas Donovan. James Donovan, Mary I'arker, Lizzie Donovan, James F. Donovan, John T. Donovan, Minnie A. Donovan and Charles Donovan, heirs at law of said Ellen Shannon, deceased; John H. Shannon, administrator of the estate ot Edward Shannon, deceased; Mathew Shannon and John Shannon, heirs at law of Edward Shannon, deceased, and to their and each ot their legal representatives or assigns, and to all whom it may concern: You are informed that I have expended in labor and Improvements upon the Spring and Lloyd lodes or mining claims, situ ated in Whltewood mining district. In Lawrence county, South Dakota, at least $100 upon each of said claims for the year 1898, all of which was done for the purpose ot holding the sold lodoa under the pro visions of section 2324, Revised Statutes of the United States, and acts amendatory thereto, for the period ending December 31, 1898, and there Is due from you the sum of $75.00 upon each of said claims. You are hereby notified that if within ninety days from completed publication of this notice you fall to contribute your proportion of iald expenditure as co-owner with the undersigned during the year above mentioned, your Interest in said claims will become the property of the subscribers, your co-owners, who have made the required expenditure as required by said Section 2324. Central City, S. D., May 8, 1899. j n ix-riEAU. ZOELLNER BROS. A. A. JACKSON. (First rub. May 10, 1899.) NOTICE OF LEASE. Notice is hereby given that the Dakota Maid .Mining company, a corporation, has leased unto several different parties the southerly one thousand 11,000) feet of the Dakota Maid lode mining claim in Slraw-I erry gulch. Lawrence county. South Dakota. All parties furnishing materials for use upon said Dakota Maid Mining cdaim or iierforming labor thereon, are hereby notified that the owner of said mining claim will not be responsible for any material or labor furnished at the Instance of any of the lessees. Dated. Strawberry Gulch, Lawrenco county, South Dakota, August 13th, 1899. DAKOTA MAID MINING CO., Owner. By JOSEPH KINO, Pres. NOTICE OF LEASE. To all parties performing labor or furnishing material upon the Mormon Chief Lode, 139: TAKKE NOTICE: That said claim U being worked under lease and that the undermined owners will not be responsible for any labor performed or material furnletaed upon said premises. HUGH M CAFFRET, HENRY SEU8SENBACH, Owners. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Yankee Boy Gold alining Co.; princi pal place of business, Deadwood, S. D , location of mines. Carbonate mining district, Lawrence county S. D. Notice Is hereby given that at a meet ing of the board ofdiractor s ofthe above corporation, held April 27, 1899, an assessment (No.. 3) of one-half cent per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, payable immediately to Julius Rebaamen, treasurer, at Deadwood, S. D. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on June 1, 1899, will be delinquent and advertised for sale, and, unless paid on or before July 1, 1899, will be sold at public auction to pay said assessment, together with costs of advertising and eipensee of sale. O. W. MATSON. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING. Notice Is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Stearns Co. will be held at the office of the company. Deadwood. June 6, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing officers and such other business as may properly come before the meeting. A. S. KU.NEY, Secretary. (Martin & Mason. Attorneys.) noticf (if snr.niFF's sale by ACTION. State of South Dakota, County of Law rence. In Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit. Ayre8 Wardman Hardware company a corporation, plaintiffs, vs. Great Northern Gold Mining company, John Walker, J. F. Smith. A. A. Rogers and N. E. Knapp, defendants NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That by virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale in the above entitled action on the 6th day of May, A. D., 1899, and an execution Issued upon said Judgment, the subscriber. Matt Plunkett, sheriff of Law rence County, State of South Dakota, for that purpose appointed, will sell at pub lic auction at the front door of the Court House, In the City of Deadwood, County of Lawrence and State of South Dakota, on Thursday, the 8th day of June, 1899, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, the real estate and mortgaged premises, sit uate in the County of Lawrence, and State of South Dakota, and directed in said Judgment and Execution to be sold, and therein described as follows: The Lewis lode, Lewis Fraction No. 1 lode, Lewis Fraction No. 2 lode. Lewis Fraction No. 8 lode and the Lewis Fraction No. 4 lode, situated In or near Two Bit, In Lawrence County, fa. D. together with the Structures and Im- provmenU thereon, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said Judgment and Costs, amounting in all to Twenty-one Hundred ana seventy-nine ($2,179) dollars and Thirty-two (32) cents, with interest thereon from the date of said Judgment, and all securing costs of sale. Dated, Deadwood, South Dakota. Mar 6. 1899. MATT PLUNKETT, Sheriff of Lawrsnes County. Martin ft Mason, PraiBtJff's Attorneys. .- fIVat Pnh Mm t 1OO0 1 ' (Thomas E. Harvey, Attorney.) ORDER SETTING DAY FOR PROBATE OK WILL. Stale of South Dakota. County of Law rence, ss. May Term, 1899. In County Court. At a regular term of the County oourt, hill in ami for Lawrence county and Siate of South Dakota, at the court house, in the city of Deadwood, iu said county, on the tenth day of May, A. 1). 1899. IVeitnit : Hem. Frank J. Washabaugh, judnc of the County court. In the matter of irovitig the last will and testament of 'trlo I'arteri, deceased. (In reading am! filing the verified pe-'iticn of lionionic 1 i.llo, propounding for prul'a!.' a paper purporting to bo the last will and testament of Carlo Parterl, late of Central City, County of Lawrence and State of South lhikota, deceased, setting forth that said last will and testament relates to both real and nersonal estate, and naming the heirs at law and next of kin of said deceased, and praying that Bald will may he proved and allowed as the last will and testament of the said Carlo I'artert, deceased, and that letters testamentary thereupon issue to Domenic Dato, ami that notice be given the heirs at law, next of kin and all persons Interested In said estate of the time and place of hearing said petition. It is hereby ordered that said K-titiou bi heard by the Judge of the County court of said Lawrence county at a regular term ofsaid court, to be held at the court house In the City of Deadwood, in said couity, on Wednesday, the 31st day of May, A. D. 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m, It 13 further ordered, that notice be glT-en to the heirs at law and next of kin of estate of said deoff;ed to attend the hearing of said petition and the probate of said will, by publishing a copy of this order for ten days prior to said day of hearing In the Dally Ploneer-Tlmes, a newspaper published In said county. By the Court. FRANK J. WASHABAUfjH, Judge of County Court. (First Pub, May 11. 1899.) (Edwin Van Cise, Attorney.) In the County Court in and for Lawrence County, South Dakota. In the Matter of the Guardianship of Leslie 13. Hoopo-r, Verne I. Hloper and Wynne Mari'' Hooper, Matilda Hooper, Guardian. OKI It appearing to the undersigned Judge of the County Court, from the petition of Matilda Hooper, guardian of Leslie 11. Hooikt, Verne L. Hooper and Wynne Margie Hooper, that it Ik nwesKiiry or will be beneficial to her said wards that the real estate belonging to them in this County shall be sold. It is ordered that the next of kin of said wards and all persons Interested in their estate be and appear before the Court on Tuesday, the 20th day of June, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m., to show cause why an order should not be granted for the sale of such estate. Dated Deadwood, S. D., May 19, 1899. FRANK J. WASHABAUGH, Judge of County Court. N. E. v6oO, A. M., M. 0., President llicago Medicai and Surgical Institute, SI7 L.i3dlie Avenue, Chicago, III. (bUMliM i ChlMf Staee ay UU lS7t. ) Tka alucM, larsn.1, rnaal ii'lloble Bnd nminii meairal loatltaUoa in the Nortliwent. Private rwoaan far uttcato wltli ImrtllUe. far aj eauroner. Sarclal aparaUaaa acrToraietf la tae ""write fur circuiiinron'Deformltli.1 and Braces, Club Teet, Curratura of the Spine, Pllen, Tnmore, Cancer, Catarrh, BronchiUa, Paralynlii, Epilepsy. KldneT, Bladder, Eye, Ear.Rftia and Klocd rixwca. and all Snririfal operaUurs. Bet facilities. aiijaj-alM and remedle. ..,,ti. n,..K.J nr stitiHr'.l treatment. tr. -i I ...i . Ma, ..iM t Hre evrrr r.r of rr.. OebllllT and lillw a.-e resultlnr from alniM--nd indiiwi-etioiifof Vnutli and Manhotnl ; apermalrtr Thaw, Haaaal H'wktfM n'inf mptrii.i ftiaf of m-xuai pmeeru Varicocele, Hydrocele, Mrle tare, lailaaoala. etc, ate.. Cbarcea Reaaaaable- -Aiii andeilierieuce are iiop"rtant-Nci mereury vr Injur). 'U-mclldnee naed -So llmt !( (Mm work or husiuesf M. laearable aaaea accepted. Ho medicine sent t'.t D L-.iinp. i. Mnirnown t.fi iim. we cure thnuMiids annua I IV We have ten thousand ultimo Hal letten" on file fi"m irratefui paittentu permanently cured. Write ua today. PaUenta from a dttauce treated by mall-JIciii araf ereraieAcrc frrtfrom gaze ami brtakafftStatt fy'l Kiitor mnA aact ivmMiu of yrmr coae and end for t-i 4 consultation .'reeand oonndentlal nlnonallT or by letter 1 SS pace Book oa all Cbroala awid Sarcteml aVlaeaaaa a ad ttat of 1 SO ajawadoaa rrea. (Haatlon 'il paper.) CO TO Pabst Headquarters For a Fine Lunch, Fine Drinks, Best in the City. : CHAS. C. BOHL, Prop O. C. JEWETT, ARCHITECT. if Room 19 Syndicate Block, DEADWOOD, & D. JOHN W. GIBBS, UlUUJIVWl Ullll UUfUJ UllUUUU. .,. tog.mH tntmt a vs H.mi'l ii'Conne Defendants. 11 and Josephine O'Connell, NOTD-K IS HEREBY GIVEN, That by virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale in th, above entitled action on the L'l-t da of April. A. D., 1899. and an oelutioo issucl ujton said Judgment, the snl sent , r Msjj I'lunkett, sheriff of Lawrence County State of South Dakota, for that ,sr; ... appointed, w ill sell at public au. i. n at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Deadwood, County of Lawrence and State of South Dakota, on Saiwdav. ilie L'Tth day of May, A. D., 1 !!:. at in o i Iim k In the forenoon of that day, the real estate and mortgaged premises, situate in the County of Lawrence and Sta'e of South Dakota, and directed In said Judgment and Execution to be sold, and therein described as follows: All those certain premises situated about seven hundred feet In a southeasterly direction from the (iolden Reward Consolidated Mill, iu the First Ward, Dead-wood, Iiwrenee County, South Dakota, being a plot of ground about 60 feet wide by 90 feet In length, and tielng the premises on w hich the defendant, Danier O'Connell, in the year 1S98, constructed a 24 by 1!1 one-story frame building with a 10 by 16 kitchen, said premises being situated tjetween the houses owned tind occupied by James Davis and James Crog-han, with all appurtenances and Improvements thereunto belonging, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said Judgment and costs, amounting in all to Five Hundred and Seventeen ($517) Dollars and Twenty-three (23) GenU, with interest thereon from the date of said Judgment, and all accruing costs of sale. Dated, Deadwood, South Dakorta, April 25 1890 MATT PLUNKETT, Sheriff of Lawrence County. Frawley & Laffey, I'laintiff's Attorneys. . First Tub. April 56," 1899.) (Moody, Kellar & Moody, Attorneys.) NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALEBY ACTION. State of South Dakota, County of Lawrence. In circuit Court, Eight Judicial Circuit. Henry K',-ts,. I'laintlff, vs. rfls h Hotel Company, a corporation. 1 lefi-ndants. I'tiTH'K IS HERE-nv GIVEN. That cy viit uc of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale in the above entitled action on the il.itli day of April. A. 1 1. , 1899, and an execution issued upon said Judgment, the siiliseribi r. Mat! I'lunkett, sheriff of Law rence Count. State of South Dakota, for that purpose appointed, will sell at public miction at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Deadwood, County of Lawrence and State of South Dakota, on Saturday. June 1899, at 10 o'clock to the forenoon of that day, the real estate and mortgaged premises situate In the County of Lawrence and State of South Dakota, and directed in said judgment and execution to be sold, and therein described as follows: Eighty (80) feet off the east end of lots one (1) and two(2) and a piece of ground 40 feet by 80 feet deep, off the northerly half lot three (3), all In block forty-two (42) In the town of Spearflsh, according to the recorded plat thereof, together with the brick hot4 building, ho tel furniture and fixtures thereto stttuat ed, and together with all the appurtenances and Improvements thereunto be longing, all ot eeid property being situ ated In said Lawrence county. South Da kota, or so much thereof as may be euf flclent to satisfy said udgmeot and eoets, amounting to all to nve thousand, one hundred and eighty-four $5,184) dollars and thirty-two (S2) cents, with interest thereon from the date of said Judgment, and all accruing costs of sale. Dated it Deadwood, South Dakota, April 2, 18S9. MATT PLUNKETT, Sheriff of I wrence County. MOODY, KELLAR & MOODY, Plaintiff's Attorney. (First Pub. April 27, 1899.) NOTICB OF FORFEITURE. To Patrick O'Brien: You are informed that I have expended in labor and improvements upon tb Chance and Chance No. 1 lodes or mining claims, situated in Carbonate mining dis trict. Lawrence County, South Dakota, at least one hundred dollars per year upon each of said claims for the years A. D, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, and 1898, all of which was done for the pur pose of holding the said claims or lodei under the provisions of seetion No. 2324 Revised Statutes of the Vnited States, and acts amendatory thereto, for the periods ending December 31st, 1891; Dtcember 31st, 1892; December 31st, 1893; December 31st, 1894; Deember 31st, 1896, December 31st, 1896, December 31st, 1897, and December 31st, 1898, and there is due from you thereon, to-wit: On the said Chance lode or mining claim the sum of four hun dred ($400.00) dollars, on the said Chance lode or mining claim No. 1 the sum of four hundred ($400.00) dollars, or eight hundred ($800.00) dollars In alL You are hereby notified that If ' within ninety (90) days from the service of this notice you fall to contribute your portion of said expenditure as co-owner with the undersigned during each of the years abors mentioned, your interest in said lodes or mining claims will become the property of the aubscriber, your co-owner, who has madethe required expenditures as required by said section No. 2324 of the Reriaed Statutes of the United States. ROBERT NUGENT. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the stock holders Of Ithe Iron Bill Mining oom- I pany win be head at the office of tha secretary. John Baggaley, Maim street. Deadwood, SI D., on Tuesday, June 6, 1899, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the election of a board of directors and any other business that may dome before the meeting. JOHN BAGGALEY, Secretary. CFV Pufb. Hay 14, x8M.) (R. 0. Hayes, Attorney for Plaintiff.) SUMMONS. State of South Dakota, Eighth Judicial Circuit In the Circuit Court la and for Lawrsnes County. Benjamin E. Stearns, Plaintiff, vs. Agnes Stearns, Defendant. The State of South Dakota eon da greeting to Agnes Stearns, the above named Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the abors named plaintiff, a copy of which Is hereby served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his of-fie 'In 'TJeMwoW; "South' Dakota, wlthte thirty days after the service of this summons on you, exclusive of the day of service, and If you fail to answer this complaint within that time, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded in this complaint. Dated at Dewdwood this 11th day of October, A. D. 1898. ROBERT C. HA YEP,, Plaintiff's Attorney,. To the defendant above named: You will lake notice that the. complain! In the above entitled action was filed In the office of ths Clerk of the Circuit Coart of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, of the State of South Dakota. In and for Iiwrenee countyy, on tha 28th day of April, 1899. ROBERT C. HAYES, i Attorney for Plaintiff. (First Pub. April 23, 1899.) (H. C. Hayes. Attorney for Plaintiff.) SUMMONS. State of South Diakotta, Eighth Judicial DUtriot. ss. In the Circuit Court in and for Lawrenos County. Ida FrakeS, Plaintiff, vs. John Frakee. Defendant. The State of South Dakota sends greeting to John Frakee, the above named defendant : You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, a copy of which is hereby served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in Deadwood, SouUh Dakota, within thirty days after the nervioe of this summons on you, exclusive of the day of service, and If you fall to answer this complaint within that time plaintiff will apply to the court (or the relief demanded hi the complaint. Dated, Deadwood, South Dakota, this 1st day of April, A. D. 1899. ROSEJRfT C. HAYES, Plaintiff's Attorney. To the Defendant above named f You will take notice that the complaint in the above entitled action was filed In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Cour of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of the Stats of South Dakota, in and for Lawrence County, on the 28th day of April, A. D. 1899. ROBERT C. HAYES, Attorney for Plaintiff. (First Pub. April 29, 1899.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of James R. Christie, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of the estate of James R. Christie, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessity voucher? within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at his office in Syndicate block, Lee Street, In the city of Deadwood, South Dakota. Dattd at Deadwood. May 6, 1899. J ALBERT W. COE, Administrator of the estate of James R- ChrlHtie, deceased. (Hut Pub. May 7. 1899.) (C. E. Davis, Attorney.) NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. State of South Dakota, County oi Lawrence, s. s. In County Court. f In the Matter of the Estate of William' W. Glddings, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" That, In pursuance of an order of the County Court of the County of Lawrence, State- of South Dakota, made on the 16th day of May, A. D., eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, la the matter of the estate of William W. Glddings, late of the Iowb of Central, County of Lawrence, State of South Da kota, deceased, the unsersigned, Edgar E. Clough, administrator of said ' deceased, will sell at private sals to ths highest bid der, for cash, on Friday, ths Sd day of June, A. D. eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, at 10 o'clock a. m., at ths office of Charles E. Davis, in the Smith buildlns. Deadwood, in said Lawrenos County the following personal property,' to-wif Shares of the capital stock of ths Big Owl Mining company, the property of said estate, sufficient to realise ths sum of $579.00 net, to pay the indebtedness of said estate. Dated May lth, 1899.. EDGAR K. CLOUGH, Administrator of ths Estate of William W. Glddings, Deceased. Cook Remedy Co. HAS THE ONLY SURE CURE FOR nnn haiaari primary, secondary a (111 llllll RJ II I VII I 'l TERTIARY BLOOD POISO LUUU rUloUW Tsssstszi 1 1 aiMani aMaaaMaaMHaaBal teTeated at home tor th aai wmJ rloa tmder same GUARANTY . If too d refer to come here w wlJ iZr?4 to W rtMroad tmrt and hotel bills and no charge If we fail to enra II amr1"1 MERCURY, IODINB POTASH, and atltf hare achea and pain. D PAHEg In mouth, SORB THROAT, PIMPLES. COPPBE-COLOR- OUT V . on any part oc the body, HAIR or bykbrowb rAuuiNU mm LL11 BUX)D POISON that we GUARANTEE to cura We aollcit the 0AWma58ATB CASES aod CHALLENGE THE WORLD FOR A CASH WH Soar VtSS; ThU always BAFFLED THE SKILL OP THE EMINENT PHYSICIANS. , Boreial of our moat ttromtntet miblla man. Klnaa and Emperor of foreign OaTe Mil k tta Ut niil... umtWI uj oUeaaa even when under the treatment or ine di iEMErnr B,th 01 nattooe oould oould employ, but we have a SECRET mZZZ1 aaown only to ouraelTea. Durlnar FOURTEEN YEARS of our nm, n. . . . . . . i . . ... .V tnataMHt - twenty different conoerna hare etarted up to Imitate our aJjTrr" Promsted br mr nnm.,..iM,i,. i -- tniu w nu of them re in imM h - iVc stan Alone Without A Single Successful Competitor, COfflK BasffiDT CO. baa permaaeotly cured thouaande and Uai -WMa reputatloa for apeed enrea, boneaty and lategrlty. NO DECEPTION. NO FREE SAMPLE CATCH NOR C. O. D, METHODS. QBa ABSOLUTE PROOFS OF CURBS AND UNBROKEN PLED . . In plain package on application. NO BRANCH OFFICES "NE BILLION DOLLARS BEHIND OUR. GUARANTEE. ...w ...... . j. ; JOOyra Masonic .Temple, Qucw. El m -

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