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TJJE DAILY PIONEEKTIMES, DEAD WOOD 6. D. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1900. o t a. No. n. dradwood. THELMA. DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE. Prior Hill Mining Company; principal place of business, Deadwood, S. U ; location of works, two mi lea westerly of Elk Mountain, Lawrence county, S. 1). Notice. There is delinquent . upon the following described stock, on account of assessment No. 5. levied on July 9. 1900. the several amounts get opposite the names fiUll Diseases OF Men and Women fn Whitewood Mining district. Lawrence' county, boutti iiakota to-wit, and that 1 shall on Monday, the 27th day of August. A. D.. !H0f. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the front door of the court house, in said county and state, proceed to sell all the right, title and interest of the above named George E. Marvine, in (F. J. Washabeugh, Attorney.) FORECLOSURE NOTICE. Whereas, Robert A. Keller and Luella M Kell-,' his wife, did oo the 13lh day of May. 1S98. mortgage to the Bank of Spear-Cah, a corporation, to secure a certain not J given by Robert A. Keller and Luella M. Keller, the following described real estate, lying and beinK In Jthe County of Lwrence and Slate of South Dakota, and In 4;he City of Spearflsh, u-it: Lot No. one ill of Gibson's lots, according to the plat of Gibson's lota In the sub-division of the S. W. M of the S. W. 4 of section ten (101 Town, six (6). N range two (2) eaet H H. M.. said plat being records! in F'ook Two (21 page nine CM of plats in the office of the register of deed of said Lawrence county. South Dakota, which aaid montrage wtb duly recorded fn the office of the registe.- of deels erf said lawrence county, on the 17th day of Mav. 1898 in Book One Hundred and Twenty-six (126) on age two hundred and eiirhty (280) and which said mortgage was thereafter duly aliened to Charles Pierson. ai ill appear by awlrnment of record In said register of deeds' office in Book One Hundred and Forty-two (142) on page slxtv-three (63). and who is now- the owner thereo' nd whereas, default exist, and there Is pow due on said note and morttraee to said Charles T'ierson. the sum of seven hundred and twentv-eieM dollars nid tuentv cents (72'20i for princiinl and Interest ther.'fore notii-e is herrhv plvep that the oa'd mortenge will be firccloed by the nle of he above desi r'bed premises t put. li.' auction, on Thnreit iv tbe C'"b J .i' ,i' Senl..-n.er 1 'i00 at 11 n' -Im t' on thtf rliv (n the nrenorr K be '-I.P1 t'Wir ft.o C"Urt boitse iji Tt.ld' 1.' t '" hn Poni'tV e' Tn fence t(T of '.!'' T),lV,'S to c-flufv the -n".nnt 'ten al.in'e DR. TODD, FAWCETT BUILDING, SOUTH DAKOTA Mill Street, LEAD The oldest, most successful and ac- compiisbed European-American edu-rt'ed physician and surgeon cm the American continent in all branches of Medicine and burgery, special, com plicated anu angering ais- eases. nui.tit., lhku.ml, BLOOD, tiAlN and DESTROYING 0ISEASES of MEN, SYPHILIS and VENEREAL DISEASES in all stages; STRICTURE, HYDROCELE, VARICOCELE, GONORRHOEA, GLEET, SPERMATORRHOEA, LACK OF SEXUAL VIGOR, IMPOTENCY m YOUNG, MIDDLE-AGED and OLD MEN. URETHRAL STRICTURE promptly ' cured without cutting or pain. A new cure tor NASAL CATARRH j J10 pe r month for tr :itmcii! mid modi- : cines. NOSE AND THROAT DIEASLS. TAPEWORM ecliici. RHEUMATISM, STOMACH. LUNG. LIVER, KKIDNEY and HLADDEH diseases1 cured. PILES and REd AL d teares ncsi-tively cured by RECTAL .MEDICATION alone. i "RUPTURE" i,i . .if by an : entirely new. sale. p:iliilcs3 and ' bloodless method j LADIES will receive the most delicate and satisfactory treatment ;. all AILMENTS, peculiar to their sex. My practice is based on a strictly legitimate and professional Visis. I promise nothing but what I an fulfill I treat each case on i own merits and make a legal contract as to the entire expense. Including all medicines until a cure has been perma-MntlV effected. By Ahis method pa-dents know to a cent what it will st for a cure. My method of treat-sent stands unrivalled in ho far that ny Cures are Thorough and Perma-int..No experiments or Failures. Consultation free. BUY THE NEW Drop Head Singer 656 MAIN STREET. Best Sewing machine oil, needles and attachments for all kinds of machines. A. N. PARKS. 656 MAIN STREET. snified incbl'l'Tltf all fes sale Dated ucu-t 13 men M TT r' it . i t .... - ,. r. E ' W 't tn 1 1 -i- ii Attorn. .- -sin. ..'. ' Hid VKC'T . NAT ICE Mini. T1-.- ii, -s' - C .nu.' lVlt'.'l' Tl. 1." 'nllews " I . ' , , ' .,,1 ' ' ! ' ll't'iritts t r.i .tie . . 1 iiOu :;;. " P Hifeip-; 1 lion ""' e .1. .1 Sirhetlatid trustee ti; 2 "42. I. ".! Sutherland trustee 1 000 nn ."i11 M Iloeers 1 ono .' nf TI .1 .1 Sutherland, tnnlee 1 ooo nr 261 It. It Muehannn ".on ; :,(i 262. It. It. Buchanan f.op 2.56 H. It. Unehannn ..oo 2.56 264 H. K Buchanan 1 Ono 5 06 266. Dan McMillan r.O 1.2.1 267. Dan McMillan 250 1 21 26'). n Seifert 500 2 5(1 271. Ira L. Sanderson 500 JJ16 272. Ira L. Sanderson 500" 2 56 372. lr L. Sanderson 500 2 56 3S0. Chlng Otmv 500 2 56 tW. .1 J Sutherlnnd. trustee 500 2.5(1 3''1. T L. Sanderson r.00 2 56 2.ft5. Oeo. A. Wilson '. . . 500 J.Rfl 444. L. Rogers 500 2 50 446 A C Knowlton 3n 16(1 447. P Blackburn 160 86 448. S. Bullock 1 270 6.25 441. S. Bullock 1 275 6 27 450. S. Butlock 1 200 6 50 451. S. Bullor-k 1.310 6 .5.1 452 S Bullock 1..r0 6 60 452. S. Bullor k 1.2.30 6 65 454. S. Bullock 330 6 65 455 P. Bullock 1 340 6 70 456. S Bullork 1 351 6 75 457. S. Bullork 740 3 70 488. Yee C Murk 50 .25 45. Tee P Murk 115 .57 501. Ye P Murk 60 30 S7. W M Pratt 4 000 20.00 588 Mary Wagner 1.000 5.00 591. Seth Bullock 14 035 70 17 612. John Baggaley l.ooo 5 on 614 W. A Pratt 500 2 50 f.21. Oeo. W. Mcfioff 1.000 5 00 483 Meda .1. Mathey 500 2.51 4S4 Julia J lathev 500 2 50 And unless payment shill have lieen made on or before September 8th. 1000. the same v ill be sold at the office of the treasurer. Wm. Selble. at erican Nat'l Btnk, DeadwiKxl. South Dakota, at 2 "'' Im k i m . on that dav to tav said de-linotient ase-sment. toirelh'-r with cosu of a-lvertii'iL- ati.l ext-'-n-e; ,f sale WILLI M PELB1E .M-'c!.'irv and Treasun r C H.iv.s Mr ) : s i.k. in the -. . "-I ,1 f -i.le d ni iTici: . f'l'ilt h;n OF MnliTC r log I l .. i' it a I a Main;. ,.f V-i. v J o- lr. d it., iin, of and to the above desribed property to satisfy said judgment, and costs amounting to nine thousand eight bun dred and four (9.804 6TI dollars and sixty-seven cents, together with all ac cruing costs of sale and iuteres-t on the same from the 23rd day of July, 1900. atthe rate of 7 pe r cent per an num. at public auction to the highest bidder for cash. MATT PLl'NKETT. Sheriff of Lawrence County. By James B. Harris. Deputy. MARTIN & MAhON. Plaintiffs' Attorneys. Dated. Dead wood. S. I). July 24 1900. The foregoing sale is postponed tin MATT PU NKETT. Sheriff of Lawrence County. (First flpsn$reae fifrcPwfldcflf ASSESSMENT NOTICE. I'urAon ("i(v Minine Pomnanv nluce of busines-s, cfniral City, S. i Notice is hereby Riven that at a rncetinR of the txiard of director.-; of the ab've named company, held at ('.Mitral City en the Tth day of AiiRint. l'.'Oo. an assessment IN'o. lfi), of 'Hi milN it share km levied upon the outstanding stork of the com-lauv. payable ininn diately to J. B lye tt'au. treasurer, a! his office in Ccntr.il Pity. S. I. Any stock upon whf-h this assessment shall remain unpaid on 'he S'h dav of September. Ifm. will be ilehnqu. nt a):'l advertised for sale, and mil- navmcnt shall bavi- lieen made bef.it-.'. will te sold nt Miction nt the ofln e of the tren'-u'-.-r in 'ntrc 1 citv. on the "Mil day of Pom etc -!.r l-no. at C'3n cH'l.ck p m to .iv such d.-lit uu of assessment tt.-ct lirr h nsf of a.lv r'i-inn and of lb .1 It I.i-HK r VL' ',' ' I',,), vciTiri-: nr M. Fl-ii V. I ;:i'p,f 1 N' !TCi:r: a n ; To I V'.'l a r.. d ! Mo r. Mov Ml ip- M. Fulb-r lm-el y n - ) t, aM h v as den- f. " inir the caid el i i -i . s ,,f Sei-tlnn 2221. ii' nited Seiies. and a to. for the period, i e j u- ind r til ed Slatu'c-ts aire Dilatory dit Iiecembc r 31st 18'"), and there is die from you thereon the sum of $132 66 upon eaih of sai l claims, $.'33.33 In all Yon arc hereby notified that If within ninety days from completed publication of this notice yon fall to contribute your proportion of such expenditure as co-owner with the undersigned during each of the years above mentioned. your interest In said claims will become the eproperety of the eubscrlber, your co-owner, who has made the required expenditures as required by said Section 2324 M. O .TONN. fFlrrt Pub. July 12. 1900.) I'ROPOSKD AMENDMENT To the Constitution of the State of South Dakota. To the People of the State of South Da kota. Th Sixth Legislature of the State of South Dakota at tbe session thereof begun end held at Pierre, the capltaf, on January and concluded oo March 3. A. D. 1899, proposed the following amendment the Constitution of the state, viz: Joint Resolution Proposing and Agreeing to an Amendment to the OangUtutlon of the State of South Dakota and Submitting such Amendment to a vote of the People. Be It Resolved by the Hruse of Representatives, the Senate Concurring: SEC. 1. QUESTION SUBMITTED. That the next general election in this state the following oronosed amendment to the Constitution of the S1a.te of South Dakota which Is hereby agreed to. shall be submitted to the electors of the state for their approval, which amendment when approved and ratified shall become a part of the Constitution Article twenty-eight (28) thereof. ARTICLE XXVIII. SEC. 1 The several counties of the state shall Inveet he moneys of the Permanent Sohool and Endowment Funds in bonds of school corporations, state, count v and municipal bond in first mortpagieo upon ?ood improved farm land' within their limits respertive-lv: under mob regulations as the lecila-ure mav provide, but no farm loan shiH exceed ne thousand dollars t0 ny nne pc;nn firm or corporation " Tbn nVO prnnotd a ee..p.trp c t will be ..te.t upon I v the peotde at tb . t:"'i to be bob in C.e i'.i-r. n- r.Vn-' ' .v,,, c.i1 ,'av o fivnn! . ' . ti vnn. t.., r T"rnOnt p. (r . .-, f ' 1 Vp tr''et .-..n ballot fl.tlo-.V. d bV tbe WO-.p--- tbe a)"'Ve a m en d en cr; t to he cr.n- -;!' i -.n in rcl;l!;en 'o the ' n v Q t rr,er ' t o' t'.e-n-nei ' t o. W.l ant v .Ire.vie r 1 -e.l a i- ti 1. r.f'fe.l c V o-.'s "V, ...1 . -1 1 v a t.'.pr,. ! r n - l.io a r,--i; 'o t'.U.i -Or fl,.;lipp- vi,l r.r-,.y b-'fori'. th" l'.r 'eirinsr to vote "'f" f ,ro e word "N" " :d " V t V hi 0 "V" will 1 "V,.t" nr-rt will place a . .la. hoc Tated at Pierre, the cardial, thl 1st day i Auni t I'.dft WILLI A M H ROnm.E S-retary of State (Martin & Mason. Attorneys ) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Et a t of 'Joseph B. Kelly, deceased. Notice hereby gtvpn by the undersigned administratrix of the estate of Joseph B. Kelly, deceased, to the creditors and all persons halvne rlstms arainst said deceased to exhibit them with the nneesaary vemchers within four months after the first publication of this notlc. the said administratrix, at Snearfi'h, S nr to Martin & Mason, attorneys, at Pendwwd. P. P Dated. Aug 22. T00 HESTER V KELLY Administratrix. Administratrix of Jo. B. KellT. Deceased. First Pub. Aug. 23. 1900 ) (Moody. Kellar Moody. Attorneys ) c Resulat mKiAs Moand tad fount Moa day at 1-.U. Ail mambari eordlaUy In- ANN II L PHILLIPS, W. H. LiLXJAN G. HATCH, gee. Notice of Special Meeting of County Commissioners. To John H. Itussell, James M. Fish and R. B. Staart, commissioners of Lawrence county, South Dakota: You are hereby requested to meet 'n special sesj.on at the auditor's office in Deadood, South Dakota, on Wednesday, August 29th. 1900. at 10 o'clock a. m to transact the following business : To designate several new election precincts in the county, and to art upon such other business as may ' properly come lefore the board. Wit-I ness my hand and official seal this 23rd day of Auirust, 1MO0. V. A. ZJ.NK, (Seal.) County Auditor. BIG REDUCTION. ON It ENT1KE STOCK OP SATIN. 1 A KTKTA. FAILLE AND FANCY hlllHONS OK A I.I, COLORS. WIDTHS AND OKA DES AT JUST ONE-HALF THEIR I'Sl'AL RETAIL PRICE FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS ONLY ACKERMANN. J. K. Baiter Baker A. S.- H;iyden II ay den & ABSTRACTORS Syndicate blocs. Peadwonrt. H. I) LFGAL NOTICES i M.l-c'l. Miill' TTI.KM E.NT iK i 'I N I' i: :ar i: .1 ,,. 'Int.. - !: 'of y.u I rm. i. curt t in n i dv for di o - v 1 ! -1, .pi, 1 at in o'clock a m of said court, at the Citv aid Liu'i-i'iici' county, has .r n, :i.lv dulv appointed by the said court for settlement of final account and hearing or said petition, at which time and place any person Interested In said estate may appear nd flip his exceptions In writing to the said account and contest the same FRANK J. WASHABAVGH. County Judge. Dated. August fi. 1H00. (First Pub. Aug. 7, 1900.) (Martin & Mason, Attorneys) SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE ON EXECUTION. State of South Dakota, County of Lawrence, ss. Henry S. Graham and Myron J. Graham as executors of the last Will and Testament of Samuel Graham, Deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. George E. Marvine, Defendant. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an execution to me directed and delivered and now in my, hands, Issued out of the Clerk's office of the Circuit court. Eighth Judicial circuit. County of Iawrence, State of South Dakota, upon a judgment rendered in fcaid court in favor of plaintiffs against TTefendant. on the 23rd day of July. A. D. 1900, I have levied upon the following described real property of said defendant, said property having been heretofore attached by me on April 6fh, 1900, to-wit: The Cheyenne and Oro lodes and tho Badger mill site and water right, the Hoodlebus lode, Grand Deposit lode, Baltic lodo, IXL, i- Lead, E t or I 3. to A at or . ' ' ! . ' '. I , of o'. the to TV. HAVE YOU TRIED IT? The Latest. The Sweetest THE BEST THE BLENDED ODORS FROM A THOUSAND FLOWERS ! A CRAZE IN THE EAST. A SENSATION IN THE PERFUMERS Try Thclma SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT THE P D w. L. F AL jT, Hn. Proprietor. Deadwood, So. Dak. To: 3 SURE Is one of tho oldest and most popular places in the city. A full and complete stock of the most choice Wines, Liquors and ','igara constantly carried. M. J. Place, the new proprietor, has secured the sole agency for the celebrated Saratoga Springs ater and is now prepared to serve the public with this most delicious beverage. Tou are always welcome at THE DERBY. M, J. PLACE, Prop. 643 Main Strset, Deadwood. Walter L. Vercoe, M. D. DeacwcorJ. South Dakota. Office in the Waite Block. Oiuli-it and Aurist H, c'v: (llasst's StuntitKallv Practice Limited to Kyc 62 Centennial Ave M. Ky Kitted. & ICar J. B, NO ! CHEAP Is ;:-.-adquarters for BLACK HILLS GOLD JEWELRY Made up in any shape or style on the short 3st notice. Have been in business in Central since 78. MAIL ORDERS Write me Just what you want, want and I will quote you prices by return mail. References: I Any DanK or r ,11 J-Ti L I mercantile house fn the Hills. Lee-Glass -Ardreseen Wholesale Hardware Bicycles and Sporting Goods. 1219-21-23 HARNEY ST- OMAHA. J. C. CARSON, A"" nt, Deadwood Ofllo Sy' S, iTHELHJFii Perfume of Perfiie Pic aman of the respective shareholders, as follow No. Name. Share. A rut 11. 12. 84. 102. 124 85. 100 125 86 87. ltd 126 8( 103 127 118 121' 128 111 in; 12'c lit 11'. 1S1 121 irtj. R. Short l.ooo R. Short 1.000 H. Carlton 1,000 H. Carlton 461 H. ("arltmi 379 B. Wells 1.000 B. Wells 4i'.l It. Wells "79 A. KI1U .''' A. KIIU r.no A. Ellis 461 A. Ellis 379 2 00 2.00 2 00 93 .76 2 00 93 76 1.00 1 00 43 .76 2 00 93 76 4.00 :, on 2 30 4.i0 2 on l r.n 6 00 W. Jewott l.ooo W. Jewett 4(tt t ). W. Jewett 379 r. Parr 2.ooo C Parr '-'.r.oo C. Parr 1 HO A. f. as ton 2.000 A. Caston . .' 1 .000 A f!astMi 760 It Ralph 3 ono P. Ralph 2.776 D Ralph 1 462 2 ft3 40.(10 10 12 I the ,!hn Baker 20 ono John Baker '. 060 nd unless payment shall hav made on or tiefore September 3. V'f0 same will be sold at the office nf the treas- itn r. No. 27 Iee street. IVadwond. fsouth TVikota. at 2 o'clock p m.. to pav said de-linunent a-H.;sto"nt. tocether with costs of adverti-'lntr md 'twnim nf pule. JI'LU'S RKBSAMEN. Secretary. ntlce Is hprebv given that at n meetne e the board of dl-ctoro nf the rnr mil Mitiintr company held September 20. linn, it was ordered that the sale of the delln-ou pt stork for asarssment No V tie and ! her.'bv extended 'r.m September- 3. l'mn to the 11th dav of September. 1900. at the same p.''eo fi n i bM,'r JIM. ICS REBS AMEN. Secretary. i Martin Mason. Attnrnfys ) MOKTCAHK SALE. Whereas, default has been made in the payment of the Interest and one installment of the principal of the money secured by a mortgage dated the 11th day of May i i evectited by Frederic A Maims and Jen, lie Haines of the County of I.nw-rew . State of Smth lmkotn. to James M Fi-l. of the Conntv of Lawrence ai d which mot'tgaL'e vn recor.b I o of the reg'ster of dc"ds e' ., i i ' I .a v r lice. Siatc of South I 1- I I 1 l ' ,.f M. 'icji'.- on pas. I .! ". of Mav. iv .. a- : , . ' : 1 !1 til. Hill ' ' i u 1 d 1 ,,. tb.. 1 111 d IV . r 11- '! e- ... d riicic i u'c. writ the lude -...-nr."! . ' c - dulv a--i : le d bv 'In i-.i '' a -i'i' to Ham. t I! I l.il'n :-. uf t ll. V of Webster. Iowa, which a-iTi-wa duly reeorrb d in the oftb'e nf the r of deeds of the paid county of Law- n n rrn e. S. lb, on the 26th day of October IV'''. in Ilivdi 112. on paire 72: Whereas, the whole amount of princiKil and intere-tt has become due by reason of such default : and Whereas, the amount claimed to he due uixin said mortgage, at the date of this notice. Is the sum of twenty-seven hundred sixty-one and seventy-seven cents. (2.761.-77) to-wit: $2,600. principal, and $161.77 interest. Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage, and in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein described, at public auction, at the front door of thei'Ourt house In Deadwood, Lawrence county. S. , D.. on the 15th day of September, 1H00, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day. The mortgaged premises are situated in the County of Lawrence, In the State of South Dakota, and are described as followa." to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of lot from which V. S. Locating Monument No. 2 bears S. 76 deg. 11 min. East 3085 ft. distant and running thence north 44 deg. 29 min. west 169 feet; thence south 52 deg. 03 min. weet 91 feet; thence south 51 deg. 18 min. eaet 161.5 feet; thence north 55 deg. 55 min east ini.5 feet to comer No. 1 and place of beginning, containing 15.840 square feet, being more particularly described as lot one (1) in block Q of the City of Deadwood S. D. Dated this 29th dav of July. A. P 1900 HARRIET B HAINES. Assignee of Mortgagee. MATT PLITNKETT. Sheriff of Lawrence Co . S D. Attorneys. First Pub. July 31. 1'mn DELINQUENT SALIC NOTICE. Tho Pocahontas Mining company; principal place of business fVnrml (''' Location of works. Carbonate C"mp. Lawri'tiic county, S. I). N'otii c Th'To is doliibni' ii1 bj. (Tithe lollowins I '-':-i I il stock, on m i omit f asscssnior.t No. 13 levied on July -. I!"1 i. the' si oial amount; set opposite t i i f iri-';'-- of t!;e re -;h r ti c sbni'ehoIdiT s :.s i dlows No. Xr.n:". Sh.'iri--. 2 T. L. S iinkTson . . . ;ViO 1'J. T. Sanderson . . . "diO 1! T. L. Sati'ie i son . . . 500 25 T. L. Samlf-rson 500 A Hit. $1.0(1 l.Ou 1 00 1 .00 2.00 8.00 ;.c. 80. Sol Star 1.000 Ceo. A. Anderson.. 4.000 To. Julius R.'nsamen .. 500 141. W;'I1 Ickes 2.000 143. Samuel Lawrence 500 144. Samuel Lawrence 500 150. Julius Rebsamen. . .10,000 :.c,l. Julius Rebsamen. . .10,800 1 00 i 4.00 j 1.00 1.00 20.00 21.60 157 Mrs. S H Carlile Kent 500 18C. Julius Rebbamen... 5,500 191. Will Ickes 1,000 1.00 n.oo 2.00 And nnless payment shall have been n i.de on or before August .22, 1900, the same will be sold at the office of the treasurer, J. B. LeBeau, Central City. South Dakota, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment, together with costs of ad-ertlslng and xpenses of sale. JULIUS REBSAMEN, Sec. J. B. LEBEAU, Treasurer Notice. By order of the Board of Directors, of the Pocohontaa Mining Company made on -the 22nd day of August, 1900. the dellnoncnt sale of stock en account of aa Mwfftit No IS, was extended from Auk. 22, 1900. to Aug. 29, 1900, at tho same place and hour. JCTJUB REBSAMEN, Secretary. , ' i ' i S. R. SMITH MKALhR IN ';.M'c,1'.v up i-" 1 ' p -" TO . date -..t.i . ' i. .. u' . KZul ig mini:.!.- . ! i - a, i t FURNITUR ( and Everything in Furnishing a house. '5 1 1 t . I.U'l. 1 'C ;he 11"-,,' patens fni 'be l'.. ',,' of record in Boot, . retrif, -r of .bK' f.T' e In I 'n a'en' from I"::1 is n-onlwl in It.k i i I. p.,t'e ".n ibelne Mineral Ixit No 1.",:,) ai.l rf c!-ter of neeos office: and the Opo minine claim In WhifWOO.1 niia-t mininir t.-tlr r.o.lr.,, larly dejerild In the records of said office: in IJTence county. Poe v Dakota: bv whuh default, the power of sale has become operative, and no action or proceeding at law has been instituted to reeover the debt secured thereby or anv part thereof. The amount claimed to be due on said mortjraee at the date hereof, is principal J1.700 00. Interest at 10 ner cent per annum from May 3rd. 1S9S. 375 42. a total amount claimed due. $2,075.43: Notice is hereby piven that by virtue of said power Mid mortgage will be foreclosed and said properties sold at public auction by the sheriff of Iawrenee county or his deputy, on the 8th day of September l. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tie front door of the court house at Deadwood. South Dakota, to pay said debt, interest and disbursements allowed bv law. OTTO P, Th. GRAXTZ. Mortgagee. TJiated. July 18. 1000. MATT PLOT? KBIT, (First Pub. July 25. 1900.)' . Sheriff. NOTICE. There will be $12,480 00 of state school mooey on hand on tbe first day of July to loan on school bonds and Improved farm lands la Lawrence county. Application for loana should -e DM In this office soon. Deadwood. 8. D.. May 15, 1900. W. A. ZTSK, County Anoltor. I Sell on Installments or give a DISCOUNT FOR CASH I alo do UNDERTAKING, have had more experience in this line than all others together in the Black Hills. NOTICE TO CRTTTVITORS Ftetste of Alice M. Ouild, DecAared Notice 1 hreiv "iven hv the iinde--ipin) exeeuto of 'he ett of Mice M flnlld. deceased. n the creditor of and all persor-s havin" eiqims aealn', tb said de-r eased, to exhibit tbem. with th nee-mrr rone"' tthln four month' after the firt Tuhlicstton o' thl "otlee. to the sJt tTitnr. et th oWpp of Moody. Kellar Moody, Dd-ooi' to"th Dairoi. ftet ortLn AT-Trppoorr Fcutor if tSve Estate of Alice M. Oulld. Deceased (First Pb Ag. 16, ) S. R. Smith

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