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The herald-advance. (Milbank, S.D.) 1890-1922, August 22, 1890, Image 5

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.... DAKOTA.
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CObLKCTK NS A SPECIALI
s, UK KII ART,
Attorney' at 1-jHtv
8s
ctionnafp"
MlhHANK, s 1
B. SMl'flli'U,
i.
"i't niiKs tho bull, by the athletic club
iay even inn.
master Mid.llobrook tinished tbrenh
":i his farm south of town last week,
client iroinj 13 basladsto tlie acre.
I In* Odd Fellows of Sylvan ldi:e are
about organizing KeU'kah le
n connection with Ih© order in
"i.ujk.
I |"'. Helen Put man will lectunein the
ipgationa' idiureh Thursday even
Aug. 28, on equal suffrage. Every
1'u.ly invited.
Last Tuesday was moving day for R.
Mortell and Charley Davenpeck, the
former moving into the Ed. Johnson
liousrf and the latter into trie Merril
Krf-ker house in the third ward.
A watering trough has been placed at,
the hydrant near the IJpidford kotel,
Convenience tliat has been long needed,
an
which will be appreciated by tho.**
hiving tenuis on the street.
Mr. Lincoln Lee, of Minneapolis, who
lias been in ihe employ for some lime of
M°e & j,eP( |1)ls i)(en given charge
tlifir gallery in Ort.onville- Ho went to
his new position last Monday.
Last Saturday evening
Ke at that place
I (Hi
tlit". permai
at II ui uii,
the advisal
I.
F.-
I' i i i
euus.-i
liny
11
in all Courts -State and Federal.
.M SI. i A N K S. I».
11 N- i: i. 1 '1! t.W.
Mll.lJANK. I'
N 1, I.oCKHART,
Milbank Dray Line.
I
(ilBrjON, k
|F" Mortumre Loans mi Ileal Kstate .»:
Chattel .Security iit I,'iwest Kates
jlii'' I'.ii.l lur Noll-resident*. Land? f»r San*.
MILHANK, S. I»
N A IT,
HUM AX»«ITY l,(Us.
U Real Estate Matters, In
irance, Collections am?
(OnveyaneiiiK At
tended to.
hv
F. KL'S'l",
Matchmaker and Jeweler,
Milliauk,
u.
til Ilex I nil
Ipswich, w
i-lent pr!•*-*
and I',
'lit. li
made an -i
baud to
ing in fin
month an
There's Ion
run ia getti
tiling S'jIMU
keeping istv1,
ii,'tf in all the Court* of
Dakota and Minm-sota.
Frank Zal
township,
Squire I'j.
charging
dofe.a i•
peat', i: ..
cuu conn,
ing for liii'
ami Dod^e
Mi-- i-
lIKIM
Pf'g'
ill
Hit'"I
plan
Estate, Farm Loan and Insur
ance Business
wo»d floor Bank or Milbauk.
V Ks K I Kit,
S. 1).
u attention iiveu to watches that h:iv
•••wn badly retiaiml by incoiuptteut
workmen.
U.-- ol.i jmstoflire buildiii^.
IIOMK HAIM'KNINGS.
i
li. A'
on
Kev.
wted- City n..»l i ..iiitLry 1 r-p''r.y
Bought anil Sold.
v
the.'.""
gem-ii
and i'.
ui II.
mak- .'
d:i\s la,
riioru iriuK
.i
AGENT FOR STANDARD OIL CO.
:.r I'.aiio-.or.-aii-, t' tturc Ktc. gl*«ft
teal Estate and Loans,
INSURANCE AND COLLECTIONS,
Ayr.-.
city
Cornuu, i
one of tli
neighbothu
UlACIl i
the 1 i
pine i
can r-,
to k:.'
1
A
vest.
of!l.
•!«ok.h.
CSS'
of
tant u
frei.•
gem"
11 ..
11*.-'
hax
wye i
this
with
work •.
ing i .i.
from i'
place i
larp'
WHtel
the li
each si .'in
The plans
drawn find
that 'A"!
JL.at 1
Jurr.o! i
ilenc-
a
The party icturned
*tan early hour, and report tlie very
b^t of times.
Arrangements have been made to have
S- R. Norton, the editor of the Chicago
Sentinel,
o n
c,,
a ter
As will be seen in another column the
re
Hr
|j
e of the most radical inde­
pendent writers and speaker*) i" the
untry, address the poople here on the
evening of the 88th and at Wilmot on the
20th.
i: i
and
not
these
hoti
w at-
1
there was «,
and youtnr.
ice t-reaiu.
served M:
have.
great en-...
coudiH U d.
lire in
work.
hand pla\.
was duly 'i
the hands.) '.- w.,\
were 1 reate !.
iuvitati' a
^©rai
.ited as
:Wor.l r.«-eO .-I
by 11m
the elder broilier llei.rv
davs iiii" while br'.'a
railroad. The paiIu:iiiars
ed them are that
a train to (urn a sw
parly
J"'ing people, of the (iood T«smplai s
rn
^,
an
ll(
-. ider,
ar
Pub!icHn county committee has issued
•he call lora convention to place in nom
ination county anil legislative officers.
"l to floe*, delegates to the senatorial
'"'•mention. The convention i* ctfJJed
V"' the 10th.
being 'aki
lied in Brainerd,
as cal'ed and the
e (Jooch boys M*
luviug been on
some time, -but
a,dent rn-ar
...ii .Ni\ori loaf his
time of
friends in Illinois. .i
where his brothoi l.t
burial took place.
both well known
for
C. M. &
(jllitat the
u n e 1
Andovcr by
k!l1,
at
life, being on the.- train
the accident, and escaping as
terji hie \p
jp With that
fresh thcr :n:ii':.
their s'to
:i-'-
i
i roadin.tr in a- i
Ilenrv fail-i
I met the sa^
1
a!ter
1
1 is dreau!
i.l
11
..... Mr. I. A V.- its..I
v\', !,!!«. •. \V"f?sing' 'i:.
.. i d-:,. haiCf
i,. u' i Tv. u.
li: »ks.
It
a i IroaU I. iir^iou Hal".
p.,r ti.e an i-'U Ht Mit-i.
"tie wav
1
•in
r..i i: -Mi-
M'V -A
Minneapo. t
i ind tn|' a
.1 li
ur 1"
s ex.-iii
.- i n
.'iiner »t. I'fti',
»ll« W'fiN for t!
Ills n.ld. f"i i .i
1' I liuur
.• Mii.in'fi
-I-. -\ciirsn
1
1 i 1 i'
us uhi
sh.twii
a
i'- ..I,,• A,., I"
mi: A.
i• i"rti uc
ue I a a
i Mon I a i
have leai n
,i (he iruin pased
~'p, went up to Corona to visit the The unfoi'tnn-iie
'f
I!
iver I
oUllg
round trip
'.nd on Tuesi.,
s.i* '.rdays during
!iie I-X 11« !l. »l-o
»|,e 'I., ia} f-.ii'-w JltiT ll
,-KWeai i Are \. u.i in'-r
i.ew and styli-h neck
pened the very lie a,
i taosl fa-tidiou- dr."-seiM in tne i^l. lii^l
I would be plea-ed to have you look them
I over. Drop in next door south of post
ofli' e New Vork Clothing H"a^'-.
was
his
Prirem UMIt |«.
Hon. A. 1'illsbiiry. ia has return
.•d from lin!"pe, :uh.-.v- nonhwest
peti fiirmers to hold their wheat tor still
higher prices. About the only Europe ,n
'-country ilrit has any good wheat is II n
arv, and fliers will want, all th.i*
i.e Anier-ai fin spare and more
ae Cljicajzos. 'dperssav O
t8
prieA^ ..
•a ivs go down whty M'. 1'
v ,i
wi'li a bull interview. i ..n it 'I""-
In the same
as used iu
ha \vik1
and tj.«t,, .1,1 :-:i- ili''
1,1a!
r«u:.
ri -.
now h.'
'tcr the
Ht It W!
e i i i e i e i i i e e
..k f,.r \eiy ii.a''Ii ii'-ip ir-m -'at''
L'Matuier or congress will be Uisn i-.
unted, but those who looli closely after
:eir own farms will bo sure of a fair
Aard.
Hj iti-n to
Au„', 2V, I. O. '. 1.
tle.lrli iiillero.
T.m-
i ii. •(-1 a i i a
I -1
i'. i1'11. All vvi.it. i» v 11 ,'t i
llleclrn: Hitters sing the S'liue Si'Mt of'
praise.- A purer- tuedieine dues not exist
and it. is iMiaraiitced to do all that is
iahii'-d. Elec'iie. Hitters i11 cure all
i-eases 'f h'' Liver find Kidney", will
a-iiiovi' Pimples. Boils, ?vilt Kiieum and
ilier all'ect ion-1 .him by impure blood i
A ill dri\e Malaria ::otn the system and
revent as w. ', a cure all .vialarial
levers. For cure of Headac'ie, (*fuj«ii
pation and lndigH-t.i"ii try Electric Hit
•rs -Entire saM-ta-tion tiuaranteed. or
money refunded S':iee an
[ier botile at (a p'i Ha'/, lira.. Moie of
I ii _r Stone Cifv
1*%.W children in
V
1
i
A 1.UII||
i
w i
:ier lid
talk o
w.tli r-
ij I a tnS *!iirkri.
wool
't'tl.e
cut
1
.,:
a .1
nr down these
i:..'.. throw all tin
::iarket. and ex
N. -A li a n *?i a y.-nr p-n tiff, mil
n dollars
f..r
wesi^rn beet, ^lel reve-j
le lef'TinersH'ty we have no home uiark
•. That it is delusive and a snare. Hut
r-.e Soiind. sl of Si-use
.vestern A^- T..
i"in if
lligent
)st:, tilt'
iioaari
crime
do all
THE BANK
M1LBAXK,
•r» I.
as!ie~
n, a:id lie
ng i-
n i un»
farm
t:ov-
jiraine
AV"
the o'i
U'e
SoC tin.
!. y .-..j, -iMc'! -we tin.:'
-Vi the fa:'iii buvafti-r a,I,
i.r..$t work i'sowiihtlvi
i"Heti! ..I, earth rau i il
.i i' of ii,.. iinre. .uiless
lie !.••», fani.ini: they
ti !w. It ail ightto look
of pi- per men to-ofllcip,
I,,i' -i to tr•:-1 them to pay
l»e Hid
.ced to take
J.hvsic Without a »ti«.c-'!e. arid no won
der most drugs are nauseating. Ayer's
Pills, ou the contraiy, being susjar-coate l.
are eager I v swu'lowfd t.y the little ones,
and are, therefore, the favorite faintly
medicine.
Not ire to Creditors.
IV the .Mailer of the IC.Hnti'of l.mhur I'. 1
».•
p*r»«0«
havotg claims RKslnst I.' "'a
I* Kitc-h, #re rcqilirrtl in fSli a
with the •iu*«'e«?wry votn'bt*r«. to .1,-au
K: n|'!, the atreot "f ttie tinderniKWHl cxwrnrj!!
I .a! :'.''a »i Irs "ttict" n tie-' t.Uy cf Mi!!»usi
n 111--(a.Mnfr «f tiraut ftii.t Stute of kmil'i
lilut llllit S'X month*. hHVe
•inn. far i.-'iilcrs
to
|,rvi--
i
SFARLEY
.Z:zd-- .-RIB
t. a. .. It.
lie I OKU' K'iljiids V\ n i i a s s a S e a
f1 —i
«mLM ML» W .1
1-,-III lie v. pniiunj. Tiieje jium |-s i. ,m ,i
tee.I to i\e th i .tislai-iion. A tiili line of
.t
K
pen s-aiii, I.
Minn.
JH litilES.
m'
Itlaite.i .*
tin
A
ti,
a an ai-tt 1,
aiiid .
lii.li .l thii 'JUd titty of Ai...'n 1*
a it tii a
I
... I. !.v a'r
V W
u IJ v 52
Will be sold at Cost, and a large
assortment of Broken Suits will
be sold REGARDLESS OF COST.
Now is ills tins to toy tiiis Glass of Ms!
co.iiK ami
st:i: i-oit vol i(si w\
OF
1 \i "i ork. N. H. A
.• Soliciti 'I.
i»i: i.i:i!- IN
\i( i UN" AND AIM. AND TOVI.- AND 11ANJJ.
GASOI.INF. M'uVI, FF.N( I. WIRE. CAKDi:N HhiLN
WA^II F.K-s.-i
TiriiN. U K AM Ell V CAN'S, DAIRY COODS
11 "N, (111.FRY, AND TEEI. liODIK
Ml uli.MK K lIARYi:sTEH. HINDERS AND MoWEllS, WAfJONS,
n
ROAD CAUT
I O O U N v A N
Bril.DlNG
'S.
'im:
.s repa:
n
i
i
C'-. slli.it .n\- 1 ain(1 to Kst illi.sh Trvi'lc.
Everything in the line of
w
,. r(
m: 1
i v.\!. ii i:i-
•i 1 i!
IVIILBANK
SOUTH DAKOTA
I' i operat.i.^
This in' the Hunk in lvastt
the alii\e Mil' JSHI
ad.lit ion of 1 general Hank'!
•.. s "ii J'^nrin
1^' the 111(11 ftragee Iro s per (.fill, per annum, li" eliurjle [I/I
•••uiittmg iiHer«-si.or 1- after the loan during its life.
iiidie.ls ot tlioi.-iindf :htrs loaned by Us, no investor has e\i-r
iy !a\. s lor.non-resilient proprrtv owners,
dlect at reasonal.le rates, and lemi' proet»eils tlr- -an.e Jay,
hit in* largest Fin* Int-urane.. Iiusines^ any a j. i. .s'ei n I :,I.•
.M ill'ank is sit iiaied in (riant "imty, the faiii.iOM i.el-i ..ne 'l.e
garden spot of ad the DaUotas, and bordering on lite Nisf-eton Indian l!eservati'*n,
whii'li wilt be opened to settlement in toe sprine of 1 XiiU. Milbi,nk will lie l.e
mil !il intf point tor settlers taUinj home! on it^ lertile neies,
ith Hie coinuvg of sUitehood hinds will lie lnatei mil\ enhanced in value.
mtli Dakoia has entered the l.'mon with I'rohibition in her Constitution, in: I
.11 alliiiet tlK vei v best lass of iinuiiiTi fit
it'll Iroiu the East to her fei'Ta.
..f ti, ate a«
itt\ in tii
prn-e that will
.ir.T'i
New V.
SARGENT & DIGGS.
e
I
BINDINC TWINE, JOHN
O W S A N U I V A O S W A O N S U I E S
ROAD CARTS. WOOD AND IRON I'l'Ml'S.
LUMBSRI
MOl
I N S
I A I i K
DEEltE
LIME, CEMENT, ETC-
i i.'ots, ic.

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