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ADVANCE VOL. XLL. W. lit Add re as I]fOUSK IT F.,R i~~ t. V/ and on or uv:.nzxrz\.-r. ANT K D- -A plnce to Work for the Winter a \S a latmrinir tit*n or at farm work, by ymi is men 38 yearn "f aire. OH give good re IV K UonEiiT*. 1 luna, Brown Co «S. I). **7" ST It AY— Came on to ray JEL. Tfios. Snnlev f«rm, (Smut Outer Town about December I-s one black heiter 2 old pissc AW. A. A. FELTON. OST NOTE. —AH persons am cautioned [.jHRairmt jinrciiHsmir a i-ei-liim ante gyivt*n by listm Thompson to Kosina Mever forg 110 Hit, aa! dated July in. IbKl, tine Oct 15, 1S'.'3, 11s tin* I aan.o lias been lost. I ItOSlNA MKYHI. FOR X.\LI.2-Ood work ire for i'L aaie cheap Fv»r cash or will tr de fo live sto k K. WK U S K Milbtuik, S. P. HOME HAPPENINGS. Burti-it, was niai rifd to David I eel. a Wi'd Foster and wife, of Minneapolis, made a short visit to their old home at Wdbank the first ot the week, coming in Tuesday afternoon and returning home the next morning. border, W. C. Fraser Trea^nrei, L. J. Miller Counctlmeti, I M. Oiton, Bontley and A. L. Shnmakor. Vill undergo further treatment for his •t) 1 ach which was injured last summer bv accidentally swallowing some lye water. The county judge has removed his Ofilce from the court house to the hank Of Milbank building, and the room for Bierly occupied hy him will he used hv the clerk of courts, and the latter's room bv 'he fcuperintendent of schools. Mr. J. A. Rickert and vife of Corona. §\me down last Tuesday and enjoyed the Odd Fellows installation exercises, fc. II. Taylor, A Young, and Messrs. Put Dam, Mason and Johnson of the Nassau lodge, were also welcome guests at this traif. Dr. Shelland, who has been superin ndent at the Sisseton Agency for the st two years., received notice Irom Washington the first of the week that I.is services were no longer needed at the agency. The removal is for political reasons undouotedly as these hard tipies there are a good many democrats who I#re out of a job, and a number of ap plications had been sent in for the posi tion. Dr. Shelland and wife came diwn .from the Agencv Wednesday on their |i ay to Aberdeen, where the family wili ibake ttij^ir home for a while. OKSES AN I) OATTLK, inrlding n reiris- er union services are being held the first S. istered stMllion. ,fo? sale cheap on time I or n exchange for land. three evenings during the week at the Ap iy A- M. E. church and tbo balance of the SAI.K OK TO EXCHANGE FOR COWS week at 'he Congregational church, Rev. ()U HORSES- lwi acri-s of fine, farming land I «y Nazerene conducting the servicts. 315 .cive rewcy in crop, near Bin *tonu v itv, S. I. For particulars address James Patten, publisher of tho Oiid (irein... tue U. 4. D„ last. Wu „Uy Montevideo. iou otr his Stock and with his father will portly go 10 Michigan to live. Aug Antelman, who has for sometime Milbank. His lather wh:)Be recent ili #»en working in Wood Bros, hard ware Mrs. Kee'er, is enjoying a visit to Sisseton, where her son Herbert is now located W. B. Saunders is fee Hug very proud "7"Y now over the arrival of a promising premises at the jJjust 4 1, hcation devoted to the interests of the l^PSTANTED.—S .11 ,1 good now milch cows ... V I trood brood mures for three link order, was visiting among the o4 K S I I W A N K S Hig Stout! Cny S. D. Don't, forget the installation and re- Mr. C. R. Hall, the druggist has been union of O. A. R. and lielief Corps, to- enjoying a familv reunion during the qtorrnw afternoon. h^luluvH^ two of Ins sons ha\ing been ill' ,, here to spend the past week or two. ^Mi« Edl.h daugliW B. K John Packard was down from th® gees at Yankton. The boys both return hills the firs' ot the week. John is hell-' oeHS store, has gone to Minne'ipolH to attend ago, Is now niucli improved. Like all the business college in that cry. who have been to Chicago of hue the Mrs John Wasem started for her old doc tor brings report of the extreme h^me at Tower City, N. D., the first ot destitution of large numbers of the tli'i wtek. where she intends to vi«ic a working people of that city, where thou Hi' mth or so witli her daughter and other ands are out of employment, and depend fiends. 4 O. W. Antelman, the harness-maker, life. K irted Tuesday evening for Hot Springs, The farmers of Melrose township At k., where he expects to remain for some have inaugurated a plan to build and |jine and receive treatment, for a chronic operate a creamery. A meeting was froubl- lieid last Tuesday at the home of Aug. Messrs. G. M.Clark and F. W. A. 1'V.ipont with this object in view and |^.ippe, started off last week for the the matter was talked over. A com -^I 'BSouri river country, where they ex- mitteo was appointed to canvass the poet to do a little hunting for chickens township and see how many cows could a- oth'T came. be assured the creamery it one wss The county commissioners were in operated, and A. L. Vandusen, James •ession all last week, and yesterdav were ^*i4,lor- trank Smith and Aug. Fraipont visit the poor farm for examination were appointed a committee tor this pur iud consultation. Proceedings will he l^se, t«» report at a meeting to he hald at published next week. A E Ortonville e'ect^'t officers last week as j.|(e ftlrmej.g jf Melrose are alive to the follows: Mavor, N. ..v. Andeison Re- necesBj 1 0 younir son at his home last week. The W. C. T. U. will bold its next regular meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 8 o'elork p. m. wiih Mrs, Norton Randall. A special train with land seekers was taken up the WhHsto'ie branch yester day morning and brought btclt in tho evening. The party me expecting to locate on lands northwest of WiJmot. As an observance of the week ot pray- JllliV ScowA.NTKP, Rig stone City. S.I), Fellows World of Aberdeen, a new pub- Odd Fellows oi tlie city last w«k. Th. new publication presents a very credit appearance, and contains iri'iny matters of interest to members, paying particular attention to affairs ot the able Wheat— No. 1 Northern 48c No. 2, 46.!.order in the IJAKOUU. ()neottl em cl ud B. i« trom |)u( iihi w(wr(f tho em|)|uJr tho AmerU |in El otller Cliircm 0 E Coa.pa.iv, and tlio j, it th to the5r utl es tliis week. Dj Roae camQ jn frQm h() l||p first „f lhe wet .k to sp nd sll0 t)perations J. R. Mortell took his Utile son to Min- (jeapotis last. uesdav, where the boy ing as follows: 0. C. -Ed. P. Dore V. C.—E. A. Benedict rt lime in ealletl the doctor avvny a week or so ing upon charity tor the necessaries of Vand.tsen's on the 23d inst., when if the ind icatious are favorable that a suflicient number 01 cows can be secured to make it succ ssful a creamery will be built at some convenient poiut and placed in operation. The enterprise is a commendable one, and indicates that of diversifying their farming and not relying upon the ruis- \V. Jtlg alone. Kuifflttti of £*'I•»ills. Banner Lodgo No. 51. K. P. ot this CMty iustalled officers Wednesday even- Prelate— A. Smedley, jr. M. A.—Walter Burrows M. W Wm. Eddington K. U. & S.— 0. J. Smedley M. F.—Harry Hoc 11m M. E.—Geo. M. Clark 1. G.—Patrick Dumphy O. «».- Fred Lindquisl G. L. I5ep —S. L. Lockliart and O. W. Ante! man ruiiKe luhtallatioii. Melrose range will meet at the home of Sir. E. Kelley in Melrose township at 11 a. m. o'clock, at which time oiiicers for the vear will bo installed, the instal lation to be followed by d.uner. Following are the observations of tem perature for preceding week, taken by J. \V. llurlbut, oosorver lor United States signal service: Mean -Jan. 3 ... 4.... ft.... 6 s'.'.Y. The dash zero. MUX. Min. -4 —e i 1 lit 1J ~ac preceding fl.ures Indicates leluw LBANK, s, FKIim JAN. 12,'1185)4. 1. o ». I'. A .loinI Installation of Officers of llx Iliiee-I.inli l.odres. Last Tuesday was Odd Fellows night, and Sylvan lodge together with Har mony Rebekafi degree ldt:e. had invited their friends and families to be present while they installed officers for the en suing term in the regular form provide tor public nstadation, and with I). G. M. Downie acting as installing nHicer. The oilie- rs of the subordinate lodge ar* as follows: —S. M. Pa:-'-o. VO-O.L Woo. 1. S'*o—Geo. Fanset. Tr'as -O. W. Antelma'i. Ward- Hans Tosdal. Cond- Hi Layman. IIS NT (i—Geo. Rix. LS N —Ed Emanuel. IISS-11.B Baird. LS 8-W. F. Unst.. I -B. S. Bartlett. RSVtJ—R. Hicks. LS V (3-W. J. Carri- k. The officers of tlie Rehekah lodge were installed as follows: N (J -Miss Ede Port. V Miss Lizzie Port. Her Miss Mina Fanset. Tr*\:s Mrs. S. M. I'as o WTNL—Mrs.. W. F. Bust C"nd--Mrs. W. W. Downie. I 8 JN VV. W. Downie. S N G—Mrs. D. Bui k hardt. Chap Hi Layman. 1 (3—W. Rust. G—J. I). Burkhnrdt. 8 VG—•). W. Anteltnau. S V —Mrs. E. Fanihami. After the work ot installation Mrs. S. M. Pasco, the Misses Ede and Lizzie Pori and Miss iud Rust, favored the lodges and their visiting liiemts with a number of musical selections, be'ween the rendering of.which Bro. Hi Layman read ii short essay on Odd Fellowship and the Deputy Grand Master performed a similiar service for the Uebekahs, at the conclusion of wlutsh the lodgt-s re paired to the Hotel Proud, where with their triends they sat down to a most enjova le supp«r. The partv numbered between sixty and seven'y, and the large dining room was just comfortably filled. The tables presented a very inviting ap pearance, «nd were loaded wiih delica cies, prepared ard arranged in a most tempting manner. The supper in every way was heartily enjoyed by all. and evoked many compliments from those who partook ot it, and the Odd Fellows are indebted to Mrs. Proud for no small share in malting the occasion as it was one of thorough enjoyment and long to be remembered. An I uteres!ins: KSelic Chamberlain, S. D., Jan. 4.—A resi dent of Madison, named Geo. M. Clark, secured possession ot an interesting relic while on a hunting trip. On the Mis souri river lives a ranchman and store keeper named Sltiuner, from whom I'lark secured the relic—a necklace atone time worn by the w.fe of Sitting Bull. The necklace is composed ot seven strands of white bead.*, which hang in a festoon and attached at the sides to a leather strap. There is also a circular piece of shell or hone about three inches in diameter, upon which is fastened a bright red feather. The above is an ite that is going the rounds of the press, and is correct with the exception tiiat the Ceo. M. Clark spoken ot should be credited to Milbank instead ot MadUon. Advertised I.etCer I,iM. Letters remaining uncalled for in the Milbank Post Ollice.Jan. 11,1894: Smith, Jen .Mis, In calling for any ni! the above please say "advertised" and give date of adver tisement. It not tailed for in tiiteen days will be sent to dead 1 -tter oiiice. A.J. Blj^EU, P. M. We pay 20 cents for eggs and 20 cents for butter in goods at the lowest price. MINNEAPOLIS BARGAIN STORE. Money t' loan on real estate on the instuliiuent p.an. li. J. HICKS. For farm loans call at Farmers Bank and get rates and plan. Very desiiab'o rooms to rent over hardware Ktore. WOOD BROS. Where Mse Sued* t'nmr From. Every year D. M. Ferry & Co issue an Annua! for the convenience and instruc tion of these who plant seeds. It is pre pared by the most competent authors, and is rightly 'ooked upon as a standard authority on the most profitable things to plant, and the best way to cultivate them. This book is sent tree of charge to all wj.o send their name and address to the above mentioned firm. SV00 ill Vulue for iS.SO ill Look here. We have an offer to make our subscribers that is tho best of the season. Come in and pay a vears sub scription in advance to the HERALD-AD VANCE find we will send you the "Dakota Farmer" free for one ear. For 25 cents additional we will send you also the Farmers premium collection of Northern Grown Gtrden or flower Seeds, which would cost Sl.DO at retail. For another 25 cents we will send another Farmer premium, a booK of World's Fair views, worth §1.00, The regular price of the Farmer is $1 00 a vear. It comes twice a month, and is edited entirely in the in terests of Dakota agriculture* The re gular price of the HER'LD-ADNANC is S200. Of course you know the value of this paper and want it anwvav. Add these together and you will find that we oflvr you §5 00 in value for $2 50 in cash. These things ar* what you need and ought to have, and you can certainly afford them at this price. The Clark Pilot. Review, n its obitu ary of tbe late Judge Bennett, says The Pilot Review wishes to he classed among the many friends who would pav tribute to his memory. Judge Bennett, was a man of intellect, integrity and sterling worth. His mind was broad imaged, and the width included in the scope of his thoughts encompassed most subjects upon which other master minds have studied. His hands have played unon ihanv keys and touched many chords. While uot a genius he was, if anything, original. He was sclfreliant, but not arrogant. By nature he was dignified in such a manner as to fittingly fill his last position, and vet he was as easily approached as a child, and tlie commonest laborer received from him equal conr»esv Ifis was gi,Ten his peers An indomitable worker, whether at the plow, in his office or on the b°nch. he deservedly won the distinction he attain ed. Abhough not contentious he stood by his convictions, and the onlv surren der he ever made was at the death anni versary, December 31 »t, 1K93, when he closed the year, his term of office ana his life. Besides possessing all these commen dable characteristics he was a domestic man. Home to him was larger than earth, and :ve grea«er than honor. For him there needs be maue neither excuses nor apologies. There is no blackened page that must be taken from his history and no if, great or small, to cast a cloud upon his title to the highest type of American citizenship. We rev eren'lv place a flower upon his casket, a tear on his grave and hang upon the walls of memory the picture of a great and good man. Tlie No*e on the (riinsloiio, There are few persons in this day of ventures whose noses are not on the griudstone. A man has bought a piece of land without means enough at hand to pay for it. Reborrows the money on mortgage and hopes to pull through. But he must live, and many unsuspected uses of monev divert his payment from the 'and. Interest runs on and accumu lates, and turn as he may, his nose is kept steadily on the grindstone till some thing happens to relieve him —if it is nothing better thau lhe sale of the land at heavy loss. A man builds a house, counting upon an income for years not less than he has at present But tbo unfoyseen happens, and his nose is kept on the grindstone to the utter destruction of the enjoymet lie expected in the use of the house. Another man insures his life, presuming upon a continued inflow ot money for years to come. But many things con spire to make it very hard for him to make the annual payments, till perhaps he gives up the unequal effort and ikes a paid up policv as the b.^st way out ot the difficulty. A young lady with a preca ious i icome I from teaching a few music scholars, concludes shd must, im~e a piano, an Consolidated April 11,1890 is persuaded to buy one on the monthly payment plan, giving her note and mort gaging the piano. She makes a few pay ments and begins to realize that her nose is on the grindstone. But she persevers and saves, hoping to get through, till at last the dealer gets the piano back and is gainer by all the monthly payineuts the poor girl made. The good housewife thinks she can not shine with ner neighbors until she gets a suite of fancy parlor upholstery, to sit like faded idols in her best room. She buys upon the weekly or monthly pay ment ptan, and pays much more than the cash price. She now has her nose, it not her hardworking husban i's, upon the grindstone till the goods are paid for or taken back by the wily dealer who is so much the gainer for her folly. So the stone turns and turns and noses are ground thin and Hat. I'oople are living too fast. Thev have loo many wants which they ltnagin to be needs. Until we get back to old-time simplicity and caution, our whole faces will be ground by the wheels of shrewd traders and agents whose business it is to find aspir ing men and women of some present income, but large expectation not to be realized.— W. O. To bey in Herald nnd Presbvler. Two Papers for §2.00. The ITI:KALD-AIVANCE and the Chi cago Inter Ocem tor one year for $2.00 to all new subscribers. To all old subscribers who are delin quent and who pay up for one year in advance lhe same terms will be given. This clubbing oiler will hold good for hut a short time and subscribers wish ing to take advantage ot it should do se at once. JlbschiicJy A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. —Latrxf United 8tatr» (j veer anient Food Report. Royal Baking: Powder Co., 10t Wall St., X. V. I'ar Over Fifty Year* MRS. WINHLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for children teething. It soothes tho child, softens thegums, Allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhort. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by dl druggists through out the world. niiey To l.oun. G. M.Clark as money to loan farm land for 1, 2, 3 or 5 years. Buy Your Of G. A. KEHN. The largest stock in Grant comity. All Brown Duck Wool Lined Blankets at $1.00 ^ach. All wool Shaped Blankets at 85c. each. All Robes guaranteed to be the BEST in the market. Harnesses of my own make are made of the Best Sto-' k and are warranted. Price: $20.00 and upwards. Factor-. IT rnaao .. Harnesses trom $15.0^ upwards G-. A. KB'RW,