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The herald-advance. (Milbank, S.D.) 1890-1922, October 26, 1894, Image 8

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Oct. 25,1894.
Gust Yonker had his foot quite serious
ly bruised by a ftill from the new build
ing. A step on which he was standing
gave way and threw hira to the ground.
Fred Camus is the happy father of a
liiue eyed baby girl.
Rev. and Mrs Nicholson ha^e been
made happy over the arrival of a bounc
Jug 10 pound boy.
Rev. J. II. Northrop preached his first
sermon at the M. E. church last Sunday
morning.
Married—at the house of Mr. Fred
Ivversz, in Lock wood Twp., on Wednes
:iiy afternoon, Mr. Fred Kuderliug, of
Melville, X. D.,to Miss Clara Von Broach
of Bijr Stone, Kev. O. Kudei ling officiat
ing. Tie happy couple took the train
for Melville on Thursday morning.
Mr. T. H. Dawson has made arrange
ments to move his f&mily to Aopleton,
Minn., next week.
Messrs. John Douglass and E Eman
uel, of Milbaok, were seen on our streets
this week.
Charlie, second Km of Jackson Bueh
ler, was buried tfete morning. He was
ten years of ags. The family have our
ry in path y.
Geo. Phanco is
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WlLHELMINE.
CORONA,
Oct. 21,1894.
Fred Dittesof Browns Valley was do
ing bmeinom town Wednesday.
John FHrp«*li made a business trip to
Twin Brooks Wednesday.
J.
A.
Rickert and Aug Leupke went
io Milbank Tuesday afternoon to attend
k«Jge.
Miss Anna Chapman of Melrose is
visiting with the Mitres Clara and Mary
Ohoslin this week.
Mr. Wm Bretske and son Herman were
transacting business in town Monday.
John Heath and family moved into
the house recently vacated by Air.
liouger.
Mrs. E. A. Norton who was so badly
kicked by a horse a couple ot weeks ago
tva* able to be out for the first time
Sunday. She
ia
getting along nicely
but still has a bad looking wound on
lier face where the horses hoot struck
here.
Miss Kate Smith i#t spending the weeR
vp in the north end of the County.
There will be a Geography Social in
Rickerts Ilall YVednesdny evening, Oct.
31. Everybody is cordially invited to
attend.
E. A. Norton has sold his "aeperator"
to Messers Lowthian and Smediey and
they will move it to Milbank Wednesday
afternoon.
Qp the, sick list
this
Hazel
Kirke
HRffiil.O K1PFLKK
Superintendent Thrall will
preagii uipilie morning and evening qt the
Congregational chuj-ch next Sunday, ih#
28th.
Mrs.'Clark, of Minneapolis, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. R. E. Jones,
the past week, returned home Saturday.
Grant qounty voters were well repre
sented at the Sterling-Kelley discussion
the 17th.. General feeling prevails that
o!d Abe "kiioooin.republicans are.right in
it.
About a dozen Revillo sports took a
three davs hunt up at Troy lake Ia»t
vreek. They g«l lots qf hunting and
ihatwasall.
Attorney Bouck and Treasurer Dore
•were seen *ut in tne woods east of town
last weeis, constructing th^re fences we
suppose.
Lester Jones was taken to his bed last
Thursday from an attack of typhoid
lever, his spine also being affected. We
hope it will prove of slight consequence
and tint we will soon see him out again.
There is a rumor afloat that the Larch
\pood Dramatic company intend to pre
sent a drama in Ilevilio the forepart
pi the winter. Speaking the company
Dtings fresh to our mind the drama given
with such success bv them last winter,
nnd it they undertake another w® are
aure it will Uq a grand succ^s.
There.ia 50 per cent more money per
qnpln in the United States now than
fchero was seventeen years ago. Stick a
pin there. It is a,complete answer to a
multitude of. Populist lie® an^t sophis
lri»s.
When tha "great crime" of 1873, that
is
to say the coiaage act of that year, was
enacted there was not then and there
had not bt?en for twenty years
a
silver
dollar i i circulation in the United States,
tyincp th^n we hnve coined and main
tained in circulation at par with gold
over $090,000,000 at siiver. Stick a pii: in
there. It is
a
conclusive, refutation of
another lot of Populi«tic lies.—Pioaepr
•KM
WII.'IUTI
Vilinot Reporter, Oct 20,1(MH. i
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Yonker rejoice
over the arrival of a little t^irl at their
home last Saturday night.
Atty. J. W. Bell, of Milbank, will as
soon as lie can secure eomtortable quait
ers, open a law office in this city, lo
the mean time he will be found at the
Kicbardson Hotel two or three timfs a
week. Mr. Bell is an able attorney aud
we wish him abundant success.
Rev. M.iS. Adams and Wife went
through on the train Monday, enioute
for iheir home at McAllister, Minn.
They were in company with Rev. Mr.
Williamson of Yankton Agency, who is
the geuer u superintendent of Presbyter
ian church work among ihe Dakot.is.
They lint! been to assist at the dedication
of the Indian church at Long lloliow,
the erection of which was degun two
years ago and has just Tieen completed.
Kev. Isaac Renville is the pastor in
charge.
Republican, Oct. SO !eiH.
Kev. A. D. Dexter and T. M. Plot
ner arrived home from Watertown last
Tuesday, where they attended the M. E.
conterence of South Dauota. Wre are
pleased lb state thai Mr Dexter is again
assigned lo the church in this city.
Corona—The Grant County Review
sioppfu oyer in it« filth last week in its
vile attempt to blacken the good name
of J. A Rickert because be was man e
nough to publicly refute the slanderous
attack made on the soldiers by one Al
bert Sharf, a populist candidate for the
legislature in Grant county.
We understand that the Agency rolls
are about completed and will be soon
forwarded to Washington for approval.
Thursday tvventj of the Indians, two
lrom east of the ten districts, were in se
cret council for nearly the whole day.
As usual the Baileys were under discus
sion, but we understand that the council
finally bedded not to do anything in the
matter. This will allow the payment to
be made sometime within the near fu
ture.
The ctse of the state vs Israel Sh.ir
bono went to the jury about 5 o'clock
Saturday p. m., but a verdict was not
readied until 7:30 the npxt morning,
when the foreman oi the jury stated that
they had found the defendant not guilty.
The jud^e gave the jury quite a lecture,
and after praising the state's attorney for
the manner in which he had conducted
the cae, discharged the jury and order
ed the pris ner released.
The verdict was a surprise to
all
who
were acquainted with the case, and ft
great deal of disaffection prevails in tliif
community. We understand that on the
first ballot the jury stood seven for con
vic.ton and Ave tor acquittal.
Fargo Argus: Oct. 10 John Turking
lon brought a load of potatoes to Fargo
and sold to his grocer at 35 cents other
offers were as low as 30. Aug. 28, the
day the new tariff bill came into effect,
II. J. Chapman sold his load to the same
grocer at 50 cents. That was the price
then. Farmer Taylor representing
S. H. Hall & Co. commission men,
Minneapolis, was in Fargo, Aug.
28 buving potatoes of farmers, pay
ing them 50 cents per bushel and the
grocers were all paying that price. A
few days later he received a telegram
that importations from Canada under
the new tarili had broken the price and
that day the price dropped 20 c^nts per
bushel. He remained, however, a few
days longer, paying 35 cents Sept. 20,
and that is the highest, price since paid.
The republican protective tarift saved ihe
market at higher prices lor American
farmers. The democratic-populist
policy gives it to Canadian farmers at
lower prices. Had the democrats and
populists let the tariff on potatoes alone
John Turkinuton would have received 86
more than he did for his torty bushel
load ot potatoes, and had they not in
creased the tax on sugar he could have
bought six pound more of sugar lor $1
than he could buy to day for a dollar.
The Hope of the Silver People.
Georgia Democrats in the person of
Speaker Crisp of tho house of represent
atives and Secretary Qoko Smith of the
interior department creato
a small sized
sensation in Georgia by the advocacy of
directly opposite measures on the ques
tion of the coinage of silver. Mr. Crisp'g
record on silver is made up. He is un
alterably against tho coinage of silver,
according to his rulings in the houso of
representatives as speaker. What Mr.
Smith might do if an opportunity offered
it is hard to tell. The silver poople have
but one hope, and that in the wisdom
of tho Republican party.
Sugar Trust Tariff.
The new law just enacted, known AS
tho Sugar trust tariff, levies a per cap
ita tax of a little more than $2.50, while
the McKinley law was about $2.97. The
Walker tariff of 1854 was §2.46—not so
mnch difference, after all. Counting the
loyr priccs, the Sugar trust tariff will
prove more expensive to tho peoplo than
'tha Mx»Kihl«g Uw.
ADDRESS
It
had not
seemed
wise to notice the
methods, adopted the
to del eat the he-
abominable
combined opposition .nSieau
publicans Hi tliecomuig e.ection.
rfMcM-*** «iU
ery belittles any party, and, niu.
sofa partv who makes claim to re orm,
and it will increase the republican v
We would say nothing "ul
another than ourselves might suile
The
Fornix,
a
us.
sorno time ago, pu
letter which purported to be sent out 0
_a. Such letter represents that it wat.
designed to have a Scandinavian preach
politics Sundays, and take up collections
on that day to defray expense ol cam
paigning during the week. I he alleged
letter is a base forgery and fake and «as
so declared in the daily press, two weekh
ago, and the holder of any such letter can
get $500 for the fusion cauip.ngu fund
by producing any such, authentic. i*
letter is in the line of malicious attempt
made to discount the excellent work
done in the campaign by Prof. Cerhart
Gjertson. The opposition ttrst attempt
to maiign his character but he was too
well known among his own people lor that
malicious attempt to succeed und then
this second plot was hatched.
aeterize tne letter as follows:
1st, it is a base lie.
2nd, it is a malicious sitaek
orab'e 'v.an.
3rd, it is in keeping with disteputable
methods like the attack on Gov. Sheldon,
aud the charge thatCoeI.Crawfoid,can
didate for attorney general, was addicted
to drinking, and that Frank Crane, can
diuate for superintendent of schools,
was a drunkard. Both the latter are
consistent christian gentlemen and pro
mioent members of the christian church
4th, such political practices should
condemn any party, especially a party
claiming purity of purpose-.
5th, the course pursued shows theties,
perate straights to which the (con)fusion
is driven.
(). S. I'.'.SKOKB,
We char-
ju
Chairman Kep. State Central Com.
C. II. ViktoSj Sec.
Notice was given a short time ui:o that
Senator Kyle had withdrawn from the
stump, and cancelled his lemaining en
gagements to speak, ostensibly because
ot 'Mil health,'' but it is said that the real
reason was that the populist central
committee was dUatisfied at his relusal
to preach the populist doctrine, and his
devoting his entire time to free trade
argument.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
lunar baking powder,
in leavening strength.
(Joicrnmcat Food
A cream ot
Highest of all
Latent United State»
lit1port.
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toyul Baking: Powder Co
106 Wall St., N. V.
Notice of Rfiiislratiofl.
Notice i.-t her'bv given ih-n th. Imur I of Re".
Utriitiori of the city of Milbank. South l) ,i{0tH
will he in session nt the ntli.nnfs, s Lockhiirt'
Oitv Attorney, on Nntnrdav, October isu
R. J. HICKS.
Real Estate, Farm Loansand
Insurance.
Taxes
paid
ir*
nnrt
on MondHV. November 5.1*15. from Ho'clock a in
to .). o clock i. in tor tliu pnrtiose of rei'ister
niL'names of votcm for the city election~to be
held I ticsMiiy, Nou-mherti. 1HH.
All j.ersousdeHiriimto vote at said election
vnl ohnervc this notice, nnd see that toeir
3°lTy»rthopJu»?,£"'t!,,rf*
,0U "M
R. B. 8MiTii? n,
Muyor
A.J. Faikciut.d,
t'lty Clerk.
W. DWSLAS
-^s. cordovan
FRENCH&Ef«iAT:ELL£DCALF
$ 3.5? poi.lCE.3 SOLES
-2M7I BGYSSCHOCLSHOESL
LADIES
4t$2.5_0,2.i|.7_5
3
BestDONGOJ^
SEND FOR CATALOGIJF.
DOUGLAS,
Voa can save 'L
lotiKlnM shtie*i.
Because, we are the larK'"t\n^nr,ct,.rr.Tar
advertised shoes in the world
.and'gS£" teJ
Y
st,amr«
the
lthl
name an!
price on
he bottom, which protects vou a^iLt I
prices and the middleman's profitf o?,r ct,
wearing: qualities. We have »T, ly
where at lower prices for the ^ln/^
K
equa custom work in stvl?, easy fitting
1
and
if
any other make. Take no substitute If vou?
dealer caanot supply
you,
we cau. by
Uraler. whoat. name will -kortl, u pp(ar
"Wl* AiwtwMM, Apply wt
and property
looked after fur non-resi
dents.
Office in rear rooms of Bank of Milbankb
Correspondence
Office one door South of Farmer's ItonkJiiJ
Tney
an hon-
of "which we have too lar^e a stock, will al
half price in order to secure, casli. Weai
a particular reduction on Overcoal
FLANNEL GOO!
Dress and Shirt Flannels
»«!Bn
H, kicks,
VETERINARY'
WIU be
ERLANDSON & JOB!
CLOAKS at ELL1
please
and attend cai|sJ
at reasonable^
~TTM.' CLARK,
Sells and Buys Land.
Pays Taxes for Non-Residents.
Money to Loan on Approved Security.
Abstracts of Title of all Lands and
Town Lots
Solicited.
Must
We are closing out our stock of
and are selling them at one half price. We
you a splendid opportunity to purchases,
in this line that you may need.
of
Both Ladies' a^id Gentleman's, at bottom figu
Soot
fine quality andf.^
of
£$,UL£i.
must be closed out regardless of
are selling cheaper than ever, because
which everybody feels.
cost,
GH'Xl
of llt'
s'! 55
Never was a time wli®
tie Money would buy s1
a nice Cloak or Warm SI
HeadLcLuarte^
Hardware, Lumber and Farm
'jASOLINE and COAL
HhATING STOVES.
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A 1 VT
II
Ladies Cloaks $1.'50
Large double Shawls $2.45 wor^
Children's Cloaks at Half
Highest price for choice Butter a*
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Holiest md(i of FARM TOOLS of
,V1(4 elebr«ated DEERE, J. I.
[jKng and Sulkv Plows. ,.
Walking?
rpi •, ---Sulky Plows. ,i
r»if?
nu)u8
a
JOHN DEERE WalM
I'lMfc.^KMENT BRICK,el

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